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  • Brand: Whirlpool
  • Product: Oven
  • Model/name: AKP 290
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, German, English, French

Table of Contents

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AKP 290 PRODUCT SHEET
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5019 310 56548
1. Control panel
2. Cooling fan (not visible)
3. Upper heating element
4. Grill heating element
5. Rear oven lamp
6. Circular heating element (not visible)
7. Fan
8. Lower heating element (hidden)
9. Oven cool door
ACCESSORIES
CONTROL PANEL
1. Function selector knob
2. Analog clock
3. Thermostat knob
4. Red thermostat led
ANALOG CLOCK
The analog clock allows:
1) Viewing the time of the day. To adjust the time of the day, press the button (B)
and turn it anticlockwise to set the time.
2) Programming the cooking start time. The maximum programmed cooking start time is 12 hours.
Programming the cooking time. Select the cooking time (available with any function) to turn the oven on for a
specified period of time. At the end of the specified time the oven will switch off automatically. The minimum
programmed cooking time is 5 minutes and the maximum programmed cooking time is 180 minutes.
a) MANUAL COOKING
1) Turn the button (B) anticlockwise (without pressing), until the symbol is displayed in the window .
2) Press the button (A) and turn it anticlockwise until the triangle (D) points to the time shown on the clock (hour hand).
The button clicks when turned to the proper position.
3) Turn the selector knob to the required symbol. The oven light switches on.
4) Turn the thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. The red thermostat indicator light switches on.
5) At the end of cooking, turn the knobs to OFF (0 - •) because in manual mode the oven will NOT switch off automatically.
Bottom
Top
shelf
shelf
Drip tray: Wire shelf:
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b) MANUAL COOKING WITH COOKING START TIME
1) Turn the button (B) anticlockwise (without pressing), until the symbol is displayed in the window .
2) Press the button (A) and turn it anticlockwise until the triangle (D) points to the time at which cooking is to start (e.g. in figure: 11.30).
3) Turn the selector knob to the required symbol.
4) Turn the thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature.
5) At the end of cooking, turn the knobs to OFF (0 - •) because in manual mode the oven will NOT switch off automatically.
c) PROGRAMMED COOKING WITH COOKING START TIME AND COOKING DURATION
1) Turn the button (B) anticlockwise (without pressing) until the required cooking duration is displayed in the window (C) (5 - 180 min.).
2) Press the button (A) and turn it anticlockwise until the triangle (D) points to the time at which cooking is to start (e.g. in figure: 11.30).
3) Turn the selector knob to the required symbol.
4) Turn the thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature.
5) At the end of the set cooking time an acoustic signal will sound and the oven will switch off automatically. To exclude the acoustic
signal, turn button (B) anticlockwise (without pressing) until the symbol is displayed in the window.
6) At the end of the set cooking time, cooking may be prolonged by following the instructions given above, or by using the
manual cooking procedure.
d) PROGRAMMED COOKING WITH COOKING DURATION
1) Turn the button (B) anticlockwise (without pressing) until the required cooking duration is displayed in the window (C) (5 - 180 min.).
2) Press the button (A) and turn it anticlockwise until the triangle (D) points to the time shown on the clock (hour hand). The
button clicks when turned to the proper position.
3) Turn the selector knob to the required symbol. The oven light switches on.
4) Turn the thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. The red thermostat indicator light switches on.
5) At the end of the set cooking time an acoustic signal will sound and the oven will switch off automatically. To exclude the acoustic
signal, turn button (B) anticlockwise (without pressing) until the symbol is displayed in the window.
At the end of the set cooking time, cooking may be prolonged by following the instructions given above, or by using the
manual cooking procedure
HOW TO OPERATE THE OVEN
• Turn the selector knob to the required function. The oven light switches on.
• Turn the thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. The red thermostat led lights up, switching off again when the oven
reaches the selected temperature.
At the end of cooking time:
• Turn the knob to “0”.
Oven function chart
Function Description of function
0 OVEN OFF -
LAMP • To switch on the oven light.
STATIC
• To cook meat, fish and chicken on the same level.
• Preheat the oven to the required cooking temperature and place the food inside
as soon as the red thermostat L.E.D. switches off.
• Ideally, the second or third shelf level should be used.
PASTRY/FAN
• To cook on up to two different shelf levels.
• If necessary, switch the positions of the dishes to cook food more evenly.
• It is not necessary to preheat the oven (except for pizzas and focaccias).
GRILL
• To grill steak, kebabs and sausages, to cook vegetables au gratin and to toast
bread.
• Preheat the oven for 3 - 5 min.
• The oven door must be kept closed during the cooking cycle.
• When cooking meat, pour a little water into the drip tray (on the bottom level) to
reduce smoke and fat spatters.
• Ideally the meat should be turned during cooking.
TURBO GRILL
• To grill large joints of meat (roast beef and other roast meats).
• The oven door must be kept closed during the cooking cycle.
• When cooking meat, to avoid spatters of fat and smoke, pour a little water into
the drip tray.
• Turn the meat during grilling.
DEFROSTING
• Ideal for thawing frozen food at room temperature.
• The food should be placed in the oven in its wrapping to prevent it from drying
out.
TURBOFAN • To cook on one level (e.g.: fruit, cakes, timbales, vegetables, pizza, poultry).
FAN/THERMOVENTILATED
• To cook (without preheating) foods that require the same cooking temperature
on one or more levels (e.g.: fish, vegetables, sweets), without transferring
odours from one foodstuff to the other
BOTTOM HEATING ELEMENT
• To finish cooking fruit or cheese cakes or to thicken sauce.
• Use this function for the last 10/15 minutes of cooking.
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COOKING TABLES
FOOD Function Pre heating
Level
(from the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
min.
MEAT
Lamb, Kid, Mutton
X 2 200 90 - 110
X 2 200 100 - 110
X 2 200 100 - 110
Veal, Beef, Pork
X 2 200 90 - 110
X 2 200 90 - 110
X 2 200 90 - 110
Chicken,
Rabbit,
Duck
X 2 200 70 - 80
- 2 190 70 - 80
X 2 200 70 - 80
Turkey
(kg. 3-5)
X 2 210 160 - 180
X 2 200 170 - 180
X 2 200 170 - 180
Goose
(2 Kg)
X 2 210 100 - 130
X 2 200 100 - 130
X 2 200 100 - 130
FISH(1 kg)
Gilt-head, Bass, Tuna, Salmon, Cod
X 2 200 60 - 80
- 2 190 60 - 80
X 2 190 60 - 80
FISH
(<1 kg - steaks)
Swordfish, Tuna
X 2 190 50 - 60
- 2 190 50 - 60
X 2 190 50 - 60
VEGETABLES
Peppers, Tomatoes, Roast potatoes
X 2 190 50 - 60
- 2 190 50 - 60
X 2 190 50 - 60
SWEETS, PASTRIES, ETC.
Leavened cakes
X 2 180 40 - 50
X 2 180 40 - 50
X 2 180 40 - 50
Filled pies
(with cheese)
X 2 190 60 - 90
- 2 180 60 - 90
- 2 180 60 - 90
Tarts
X 2 190 40 - 50
X 2 180 40 - 50
X 2 180 40 - 50
Apple strudel, Crèpes
X 2 200 50 - 60
X 1-3 190 50 - 60
X 2 190 50 - 60
Biscuits, Sponge rings, Shortbread
X 2 180 20 - 30
X 1-3 180 30 - 40
X 2 180 30 - 40
Choux buns, Sweet sponge rolls
X 2 180 35 - 45
X 1-3 180 35 - 45
X 2 180 35 - 45
COOKING TABLE FOR GRILL FUNCTION
Note: Cooking times and temperatures are for guidance only.
FOOD Function Pre heating
Level
(from the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
min.
Savoury pies, Filled fruit pies, e.g.
Pineapple, Peach
X 2 200 50 - 60
X 2 190 45 - 55
X 2 190 45 - 55
Lasagna, potatoes au gratin,
cannelloni, pasta timbales
X 2 200 40 - 50
X 2 190 40 - 50
X 2 190 40 - 50
Bread
X 2 210 30 - 40
X 1-3 210 30 - 40
X 2 210 30 - 40
pizza
X 2 225 15 - 20
X 1-3 210 20 - 30
X 2 210 20 - 30
Vol-au-vents
X 2 210 20 - 30
X 1-3 200 30 - 40
X 2 200 30 - 40
Soufflés
X 2 200 40 - 50
X 2 190 50 - 60
X 2 190 50 - 60
FOOD Function Pre heating Level
(from the bottom)
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time
min.
Toast X 3-4 200-225 10 - 15
Steak X 3-4 200-225 30 - 40
Cutlets X 3-4 200-225 30 - 40
Sausages X 3 200-225 30 - 40
Chops X 3 200-225 30 - 40
Fish (steaks) X 3 200-225 30 - 40
Chicken legs X 3 200-225 40 - 50
Kebabs X 3 200-225 40 - 50
Spare ribs X 3 200-225 40 - 50
1/2 chicken X 3 200-225 40 - 50
1/2 chicken - 3 200-225 40 - 50
Whole chicken - 2-3 200-225 60 - 70
Roast
(pork, beef) - 2-3 200-225 60 - 80
Duck - 1-2 200-225 60 - 80
Leg of lamb - 1-2 200-225 80 - 100
Roast beef - 2 200-225 60 - 70
Roast potatoes - 2-3 200-225 40 - 50
Fish, e.g. gilt-head, trout - 3 190-200 40 - 50

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