Initial burn-in. 7. Electronic Timer. ❑ Alarm function. 8. ❑ Automatic OFF. 9. ❑ Automatic ON and OFF. 10. Baking Roasting and Grilling.
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2Table of ContentsPageImportant Information Notes on disposal3 Before connecting your new appliance3 Appliance safety considerations4 Introducing: Your New Oven Control panel overview5 Accessories6 Shelf positions6 Before Using Your Appliance for the First TimeSetting the time of day7 Preliminary cleaning7 Initial burn-in7 Electronic Timer Alarm function8 Automatic OFF9 Automatic ON and OFF10 Baking Roasting and GrillingDefinition of Oven Features11 Switching the oven ON and OFF12 Baking Ð Main oven13 Roasting Ð Main oven14 Roasting Ð Mini oven15 Grilling Ð Mini oven15Cooking Tips and Helpful Hints16Defrosting and Cooking Ð Main oven 17PageCleaning and Care Important cleaning basics18 Enamel and glass18 Stainless steel front18 Oven interior18 Removing/installing the oven door19 Oven light19 Removing shelf railings Ð Mini oven19 Service and Repair Information20Trouble-shooting Guide21Assembly InstructionsFor the installer and kitchen expert22 Installation of the built-in oven23
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3Notes on disposalOld appliances still have some residual value. An environment-friendly method of disposal will ensure that valuable raw materials can be recovered and used again. Before you dispose of your old appliance, make sure that it has been rendered inoperable. Your new appliance was protected by suitable packaging while it was on its way to you. All materials used for this purpose are environment-friendly and suitable for recycling. Please make a contribution to protecting the environment by disposing of the packaging appropriately. Up-to-date information concerning options for disposing of your old appliance and the packaging from the new one can be obtained from your retailer or local government office. Before connecting your new applianceBefore using your new appliance, please read these Instructions for use carefully. They contain important information concerning your personal safety as well as on use and care of the appliance. The Instructions for Use apply to severalversions of this appliance. Accordingly, you may find descriptions of individual features that do not apply to your specific appliance.Please keep the operating andinstallation instructions in a safe place; this important documentation may also be of use to a possible subsequent owner. Do not use the appliance if it is damaged in any way. Installation and connection of the appliance should be performed according to the instructions and connection diagram provided, and should be entrusted to a competent electrician. In the event of a damage that occurs as a result of improper connection, the warranty will be void.Our appliances meet the applicable safety regulations for electrical appliances. Repairs must only be performed by service engineers trained by the manufacturer. Repairs carried out by incompetent service agents can make the appliance unsafe.Important Information
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4Important InformationAppliance safetyconsiderationsThe appliance should only be used forthe preparation of food. The surfaces of heating and cookingappliances get hot during operation. The interior oven walls and the heating elements get extremely hot. Always keep children away from the appliance. Never leave the appliance unattended when cooking with fat or oil. They can catch fire if overheated. Clean the oven regularly. Fatty or oily remants could ignite when the oven is switched on.Make sure that the power cord does not get caught in the hot oven door. The plastic insulation could melt. In the case of a defect, switch off at the mains.Do not store combustible items in the oven. They could ignite if the oven is switched on accidentally. Do not clean the oven with steam or high-pressure cleaners. If using hot air, do not place greaseproof paper loosely in the oven (e.g. when heating the oven). The hot-air fan could draw in the paper which may damage the heater and fan. Do not insert a baking sheet at thebottom of the oven, or cover it with aluminium foil, because a heat build-up would result. Roasting and baking times would change, and the enamel would be damaged.Never pour water directly into the hot oven. Damage to the enamel could result.Dripping juices may leave spots on theoven lining. Always place a baking tray below to prevent this form happening. Never stand or sit on the open ovendoor. The oven door must close properly. Keep the door sealing surfaces clean.
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5Introducing: Your new Oven Settings:50Ð250temperature in ¡C ¥ ¥¥ ¥¥¥ temperature for radiant grillingSettings:tConventional top and bottom heatxRadiant grillingSettings:0Oven light50Ð200Hot air temperature in ¡C :ÓDefrostÓ setting Temperature selector (hot air) Function selectorTemperature selector20050100150200501001502502005010015025020050100150Main ovenMini oven Temperature selector with control lamp Temperature selector with control lamp Function selectorElectronic timer controls Mini ovenMain oven
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6Introducing: Your new Oven AccessoriesYour oven comes with the followingaccessories:Universal baking pan / shelfwire shelf Additional accessories are available from your dealer. Main ovenMini ovenShelf positionsYour oven features 3 shelf positions. The shelf positions are counted from bottom to top. The numbers are marked in the oven.Your oven features 4 shelf positions. The shelf positions are counted from bottom to top. The numbers are marked in the oven. When using hot air do not use shelf È2Ç, in order not to block air circulation.
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8Electronic Timer The timer knob is designed for one-hand operation. To use this function, the required cooking time must be set by turning the timer knob within 4seconds of pressing the appropriate function button.Setting the time of day: Follow the steps described in the preceding section ÒBefore Using Your Appliance for the First Time Ó. Minute timer:Press the 8button and set the lenght oftime required for the alarm. (The example in the illustration shows a time of 5 minutes.) After setting, the time of day is displayed again.Press the 8button to display the timeremaining.After the time has elapsed, an alarmsignal sounds. To switch off the alarm, briefly press the 8button.The settings can be corrected at any time.To cancel a setting before the time has elapsed: Press the 8button and set the time in the display to 0.00.Minute timerCooking time Off time Automatic timer OFF Timer knobSetting the timer:
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9Automatic timer for the mainovenYou can use the automatic timerfunctions to switch the oven ON orOFF. Automatic OFF:If you want cooking to start immediately, simply use the timer knob to set the required total cooking time. 1.Set the oven to the required temperature. 2.Press the ?button and set the totalcooking time (see the example in the illustration to the right, showing 1 hour and 30 minutes). After setting the display shows the time of day and indicates ÈAUTOÇ. The oven is now operating.After the set cooking time, a signal sounds and the oven is automatically switched OFF. To turn the signal off, briefly press the ?button.3.Turn the oven selector switch to the0position.4.The ÈAUTOÇ symbol blinks.Important:It must be switched OFF bypressing the 9button.Setting the length of cooking timeElectronic Timer
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10Electronic Timer Automatic ON and OFF: 1.Set the oven to the required temperature. 2.Press the ?button and set the totalcooking time (see the example in the illustration right, showing 1 hour and 30 minutes).3.Press the !button and set the cookingfinish time (the example in the illustration shows 12.30 hrs.). After setting the display shows the time of day and indicates ÈAUTOÇ. The oven cooling fan will startimmediatley. At the pre-set time, the oven will be automatically switched ON. The settings can be corrected at any time.When the pre-set cooking finish time is reached, a signal sounds and the ovenis automatically switched OFF. To turn the signal off, briefly press the !button.4.Turn the oven selector switch to the0position.5.The ÈAUTOÇ symbol blinks.Important:It must be switched OFF bypressing the 9button.Setting the length of cooking timeSetting the end of cooking timeThe current settings can always be checked by pressing the appropriate function button.To cancel a setting before the timer has elapsed: Press the ?button and reset the time in the display to 0.00.Please note:The automatic timer is ideal for dishes that require little attention during cooking.Both the alarm and the automatic timer may be programmed up to 24 hours in advance.
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11Definition of Oven Features Mini ovenConventional cookingÑÑÑÑÑÑt(top and bottom heat)The food being cooked is exposedto heatradiation from heating elements located at the top and bottom of the oven cavity. Cooking is possible on one shelf level only. Advantages: ÐBaking rich fruit cake, pizza, quiche.Mini ovenRadiant grilling ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑxThe food being cooked is exposed to heatradiation from the heating element at the top of the oven cavity. Advantages: Ðparticularly suitable for flat, small cuts of meat, i.e., steaks and sausages, fish, vegetables and toast.Main ovenHot airAdvantages of hot air: Ðlow soiling of oven interior Ðcooking on up to 3 shelf levels at onceis possibleÐshorter preheating times Ðlow oven temperatures Gentle defrosting ÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑÑ:Advantages:Recommended for delicate pastries only(i.e., whipped-cream gateaus).
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