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    User Manual
    CombiSteam Pro
    Steam oven
    EOB9851XAX



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    CONTENTS
    1. SAFETY INFORMATION....................................................................................3
    2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................4
    3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION................................................................................ 7
    4. CONTROL PANEL............................................................................................. 8
    5. BEFORE FIRST USE....................................................................................... 10
    6. DAILY USE....................................................................................................... 11
    7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS....................................................................................... 24
    8. AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMES......................................................................... 25
    9. USING THE ACCESSORIES........................................................................... 26
    10. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS............................................................................ 28
    11. HINTS AND TIPS........................................................................................... 29
    12. CARE AND CLEANING..................................................................................56
    13. TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................................60
    14. ENERGY EFFICIENCY.................................................................................. 63

    WE’RE THINKING OF YOU
    Thank you for purchasing an Electrolux appliance. You’ve chosen a product that
    brings with it decades of professional experience and innovation. Ingenious and
    stylish, it has been designed with you in mind. So whenever you use it, you can
    be safe in the knowledge that you’ll get great results every time.
    Welcome to Electrolux.
    Visit our website for:

    Get usage advice, brochures, trouble shooter, service information:
    www.electrolux.com/webselfservice
    Register your product for better service:
    www.registerelectrolux.com
    Buy Accessories, Consumables and Original spare parts for your appliance:
    www.electrolux.com/shop

    CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
    Always use original spare parts.
    When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the
    following data available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
    The information can be found on the rating plate.
    Warning / Caution-Safety information
    General information and tips
    Environmental information
    Subject to change without notice.



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    1.

    3

    SAFETY INFORMATION
    Before the installation and use of the appliance, carefully
    read the supplied instructions. The manufacturer is not
    responsible for any injuries or damages that are the
    result of incorrect installation or usage. Always keep the
    instructions in a safe and accessible location for future
    reference.

    1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety










    This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
    years and above and persons with reduced physical,
    sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience
    and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
    instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a
    safe way and understand the hazards involved.
    Do not let children play with the appliance.
    Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of
    it appropriately.
    Keep children and pets away from the appliance when
    it operates or when it cools down. Accessible parts are
    hot.
    If the appliance has a child safety device, this should
    be activated.
    Children shall not carry out cleaning and user
    maintenance of the appliance without supervision.
    Children aged 3 years and under must be kept away
    from this appliance when it is in operation at all times.

    1.2 General Safety



    Only a qualified person must install this appliance and
    replace the cable.
    WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
    become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid
    touching heating elements. Children less than 8 years
    of age shall be kept away unless continuously
    supervised.



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    Always use oven gloves to remove or put in
    accessories or ovenware.
    Before carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the
    appliance from the power supply.
    Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
    replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric
    shock.
    Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
    Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
    scrapers to clean the glass door since they can
    scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of
    the glass.
    If the mains power supply cable is damaged, it must
    be replaced by the manufacturer, its Authorised
    Service Centre or similarly qualified persons to avoid
    an electrical hazard.
    To remove the shelf supports first pull the front of the
    shelf support and then the rear end away from the
    side walls. Install the shelf supports in the opposite
    sequence.
    Use only the food sensor (core temperature sensor)
    recommended for this appliance.

    2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    2.1 Installation
    WARNING!
    Only a qualified person must
    install this appliance.







    Remove all the packaging.
    Do not install or use a damaged
    appliance.
    Follow the installation instruction
    supplied with the appliance.
    Always take care when moving the
    appliance as it is heavy. Always use
    safety gloves and enclosed footwear.
    Do not pull the appliance by the
    handle.
    Keep the minimum distance from the
    other appliances and units.




    Make sure that the appliance is
    installed below and adjacent safe
    structures.
    The sides of the appliance must stay
    adjacent to appliances or to units with
    the same height.

    2.2 Electrical connection
    WARNING!
    Risk of fire and electrical
    shock.




    All electrical connections should be
    made by a qualified electrician.
    The appliance must be earthed.
    Make sure that the parameters on the
    rating plate are compatible with the
    electrical ratings of the mains power
    supply.



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    Always use a correctly installed
    shockproof socket.
    Do not use multi-plug adapters and
    extension cables.
    Make sure not to cause damage to
    the mains plug and to the mains
    cable. Should the mains cable need to
    be replaced, this must be carried out
    by our Authorised Service Centre.
    Do not let mains cables touch or
    come near the appliance door,
    especially when the door is hot.
    The shock protection of live and
    insulated parts must be fastened in
    such a way that it cannot be removed
    without tools.
    Connect the mains plug to the mains
    socket only at the end of the
    installation. Make sure that there is
    access to the mains plug after the
    installation.
    If the mains socket is loose, do not
    connect the mains plug.
    Do not pull the mains cable to
    disconnect the appliance. Always pull
    the mains plug.
    Use only correct isolation devices: line
    protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw type
    fuses removed from the holder), earth
    leakage trips and contactors.
    The electrical installation must have
    an isolation device which lets you
    disconnect the appliance from the
    mains at all poles. The isolation
    device must have a contact opening
    width of minimum 3 mm.
    This appliance complies with the
    E.E.C. Directives.

    2.3 Use
    WARNING!
    Risk of injury, burns and
    electrical shock or explosion.






    This appliance is for household use
    only.
    Do not change the specification of this
    appliance.
    Make sure that the ventilation
    openings are not blocked.
    Do not let the appliance stay
    unattended during operation.
    Deactivate the appliance after each
    use.










    5

    Be careful when you open the
    appliance door while the appliance is
    in operation. Hot air can release.
    Do not operate the appliance with wet
    hands or when it has contact with
    water.
    Do not apply pressure on the open
    door.
    Do not use the appliance as a work
    surface or as a storage surface.
    Open the appliance door carefully.
    The use of ingredients with alcohol
    can cause a mixture of alcohol and
    air.
    Do not let sparks or open flames to
    come in contact with the appliance
    when you open the door.
    Do not put flammable products or
    items that are wet with flammable
    products in, near or on the appliance.
    WARNING!
    Risk of damage to the
    appliance.










    To prevent damage or discoloration to
    the enamel:
    – do not put ovenware or other
    objects in the appliance directly
    on the bottom.
    – do not put aluminium foil directly
    on the bottom of cavity of the
    appliance.
    – do not put water directly into the
    hot appliance.
    – do not keep moist dishes and
    food in the appliance after you
    finish the cooking.
    – be careful when you remove or
    install the accessories.
    Discoloration of the enamel or
    stainless steel has no effect on the
    performance of the appliance.
    Use a deep pan for moist cakes. Fruit
    juices cause stains that can be
    permanent.
    This appliance is for cooking
    purposes only. It must not be used for
    other purposes, for example room
    heating.
    Always cook with the oven door
    closed.
    If the appliance is installed behind a
    furniture panel (e.g. a door) make
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    the appliance is in operation. Heat
    and moisture can build up behind a
    closed furniture panel and cause
    subsequent damage to the appliance,
    the housing unit or the floor. Do not
    close the furniture panel until the
    appliance has cooled down
    completely after use.

    2.4 Steam Cooking
    WARNING!
    Risk of burns and damage to
    the appliance.


    Released Steam can cause burns:
    – Be careful when you open the
    appliance door when the function
    is activated. Steam can release.
    – Open the appliance door with
    care after the steam cooking
    operation.






    2.6 Internal light









    Before maintenance, deactivate the
    appliance and disconnect the mains
    plug from the mains socket.
    Make sure the appliance is cold.
    There is the risk that the glass panels
    can break.
    Replace immediately the door glass
    panels when they are damaged.
    Contact the Authorised Service
    Centre.
    Be careful when you remove the door
    from the appliance. The door is
    heavy!
    Clean regularly the appliance to
    prevent the deterioration of the
    surface material.

    The type of light bulb or halogen lamp
    used for this appliance is only for
    household appliances. Do not use it
    for house lighting.
    WARNING!
    Risk of electrical shock.




    2.5 Care and cleaning
    WARNING!
    Risk of injury, fire, or
    damage to the appliance.

    Clean the appliance with a moist soft
    cloth. Only use neutral detergents. Do
    not use any abrasive products,
    abrasive cleaning pads, solvents or
    metal objects.
    If you use an oven spray, follow the
    safety instruction on it's packaging.
    Do not clean the catalytic enamel (if
    applicable) with any kind of detergent.

    Before replacing the lamp, disconnect
    the appliance from the power supply.
    Only use lamps with the same
    specifications.

    2.7 Disposal
    WARNING!
    Risk of injury or suffocation.




    Disconnect the appliance from the
    mains supply.
    Cut off the mains electrical cable
    close to the appliance and dispose of
    it.
    Remove the door catch to prevent
    children or pets from becoming
    trapped in the appliance.

    2.8 Service



    To repair the appliance contact an
    Authorised Service Centre.
    Use original spare parts only.



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    3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
    3.1 General overview
    1

    2

    3

    4
    5
    5

    6

    4

    10

    3

    7

    2

    8

    1

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10

    Control panel
    Electronic programmer
    Water drawer
    Socket for the core temperature
    sensor
    Heating element
    Lamp
    Fan
    Descaling pipe outlet
    Shelf support, removable
    Shelf positions

    9

    3.2 Accessories
    Wire shelf

    To bake and roast or as a pan to collect
    fat.
    Patisserie tray

    ≤ 5 kg
    For cookware, cake tins, roasts.
    Baking tray

    For rolls, brezels and small pastries.
    Suitable for steam functions. The
    discolouration of the surface has no
    effect on the functions.
    Food Sensor

    For cakes and biscuits.
    Grill- / Roasting pan
    To measure the temperature inside the
    food.

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    One unperforated and one perforated
    food container.

    Telescopic runners

    The steam set drains the condensing
    water away from the food during steam
    cooking. Use it to prepare food that
    should not be in the water during the
    cooking e.g. vegetables, pieces of fish,
    chicken breast. The set is not suitable for
    food that needs to soak in the water e.g.
    rice, polenta, pasta.

    For shelves and trays.
    Steam set

    4. CONTROL PANEL
    4.1 Electronic programmer
    1

    2 3 4 5

    6

    7 8 9 10 11

    Use the sensor fields to operate the appliance.
    Sensor
    field
    1

    2

    3

    Function

    Comment

    ON / OFF

    To activate and deactivate the appliance.

    Heating Func‐
    tions or Vario‐
    Guide

    Touch the sensor field once to choose a heat‐
    ing function or the menu: VarioGuide. Touch
    the sensor field again to switch between the
    menus: Heating Functions, VarioGuide. To acti‐
    vate or deactivate the light, touch the field for 3
    seconds.

    Back key

    To go back one level in the menu. To show the
    main menu, touch the field for 3 seconds.



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    Sensor
    field

    Function

    9

    Comment

    Temperature se‐ To set the temperature or show the current
    lection
    temperature in the appliance. Touch the field
    for 3 seconds to activate or deactivate the func‐
    tion: Fast Heat Up.

    4

    5
    -

    6
    7
    8

    Favourites

    To save and access your favourite pro‐
    grammes.

    Display

    Shows the current settings of the appliance.

    Up key

    To move up in the menu.

    Down key

    To move down in the menu.

    Time and addi‐
    tional functions

    To set different functions. When a heating func‐
    tion operates, touch the sensor field to set the
    timer or the functions: Function Lock, Favour‐
    ites, Heat + Hold, Set + Go. You can also
    change the settings of the core temperature
    sensor.

    Minute Minder

    To set the function: Minute Minder.

    OK

    To confirm the selection or setting.

    9

    10
    11

    4.2 Display
    A

    B

    C

    E

    D

    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.

    Heating function
    Time of day
    Heat-up indicator
    Temperature
    Duration time or end time of a
    function

    Other indicators of the display:
    Symbol

    Function
    Minute Minder

    The function operates.

    Time of day

    The display shows the current time.

    Duration

    The display shows the necessary
    time for cooking.



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    Symbol

    Function
    End Time

    The display shows when the cook‐
    ing time is complete.

    Temperature

    The display shows the temperature.

    Time Indication

    The display shows how long the
    heating function operates. Press
    and
    at the same time to reset
    the time.

    Calculation

    The appliance calculates the time
    for cooking.

    Heat-up Indicator

    The display shows the temperature
    in the appliance.

    Fast Heat Up Indicator

    The function is active. It decreases
    the heat up time.

    Weight Automatic

    The display shows that the automat‐
    ic weight system is active or that
    weight can be changed.

    Heat + Hold

    The function is active.

    5. BEFORE FIRST USE
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.

    set the language, the display contrast,
    the display brightness and the time of the
    day.

    5.1 Initial Cleaning

    1. Press

    or

    Remove all accessories and removable
    shelf supports from the appliance.

    2. Press

    to confirm.

    Refer to "Care and cleaning"
    chapter.
    Clean the appliance and the accessories
    before first use.
    Put the accessories and the removable
    shelf supports back to their initial
    position.

    5.2 First Connection
    When you connect the appliance to the
    mains or after the power cut, you have to

    to set the value.

    5.3 Setting the hardness level
    for the water
    When you connect the appliance to the
    mains, you have to set the water
    hardness level.
    The table below explains the water
    hardness range with the corresponding
    Calcium deposit (mmol/l) and the quality
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    Water hardness

    11

    Calcium deposit
    (mmol/l)

    Calcium deposit
    (mg/l)

    Water clas‐
    sification

    Class

    dH

    1

    0-7

    0 - 1.3

    0 - 50

    Soft

    2

    7 - 14

    1.3 - 2.5

    50 - 100

    Moderately
    hard

    3

    14 - 21

    2.5 - 3.8

    100 - 150

    Hard

    4

    over 21

    over 3.8

    over 150

    Very hard

    When the water hardness exceeds the
    values in the table, fill the water drawer
    with bottled water.
    1. Take the four colour change strip
    supplied with the steam set in the
    oven.
    2. Put all the reaction zones of the strip
    into the water for approximately 1
    second.
    Do not put the strip into the running
    water!
    3. Shake the strip to remove the excess
    of the water.
    4. After 1 minute check the hardness of
    the water according to the table
    below.
    The colours of the reaction zones
    continue to change after 1 minute.
    Do not consider this in the
    measurement.
    5. Set the hardness of the water in the
    menu: Basic Settings.

    Test strip

    Hardness of the
    water
    1

    2
    3
    4
    The black squares in the table
    correspond to red squares on the test
    strip.
    You can change the hardness level of
    the water in the menu: Basic Settings /
    Water hardness.

    6. DAILY USE
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.

    6.1 Navigating the menus
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Press
    option.

    or

    to select the menu

    3. Press
    to move to the submenu or
    accept the setting.
    At each point you can go
    back to the main menu with
    .



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    6.2 The menus in overview
    Main menu
    Sym‐
    bol

    Menu item

    Application

    Heating Functions

    Contains a list of heating functions.

    SousVide Cooking

    Contains a heating function and a list of auto‐
    matic programmes.

    Recipes

    Contains a list of automatic programmes.

    Favourites

    Contains a list of favourite cooking pro‐
    grammes created by the user.

    Cleaning

    Contains a list of cleaning programmes.

    Basic Settings

    Used to set the appliance configuration.

    Specials

    Contains a list of additional heating functions.

    VarioGuide

    Contains recommended oven settings for a
    wide choice of dishes. Select a dish and start
    the cooking process. The temperature and
    time are only guidelines for a better result and
    can be adjusted. They depend on the recipes
    and the quality and quantity of the used ingre‐
    dients.

    Submenu for: Basic Settings
    Sym‐
    bol

    Submenu

    Description

    Set Time of Day

    Sets the current time on the clock.

    Time Indication

    When ON, the display shows the current time
    when you deactivate the appliance.

    Fast Heat Up

    When ON, the function decreases the heat-up
    time.

    Set + Go

    To set a function and activate it later with a
    press of any symbol on the control panel.

    Heat + Hold

    Keeps the prepared food warm for 30 minutes
    after a cooking cycle finished.

    Time Extension

    Activates and deactivates the time extension
    function.

    Display Contrast

    Adjusts the display contrast by degrees.

    Display Brightness

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    Sym‐
    bol

    Submenu

    Description

    Set Language

    Sets the language for the display.

    Buzzer Volume

    Adjusts the volume of press-tones and signals
    by degrees.

    Key Tones

    Activates and deactivates the tone of the touch
    fields. It is not possible to deactivate the tone
    of the ON / OFF touch field.

    Alarm/Error Tones

    Activates and deactivates the alarm tones.

    Water hardness

    To sets the water hardness level (1 - 4).

    Cleaning Reminder

    Reminds you when to clean the appliance.

    DEMO mode

    Activation / deactivation code: 2468

    Service

    Shows the software version and configuration.

    Factory Settings

    Resets all settings to factory settings.

    6.3 Submenu for: SousVide
    Cooking
    This technique has its start in the Sousvide technology, which in French means
    Symbol

    13

    "under vacuum". The name refers to a
    method of cooking in vacuum sealed
    plastic pouches at low temperatures.

    Menu item

    Description

    SousVide Cooking

    Uses the steam for cooking meat, fish,
    seafood, vegetables and fruits. Set the
    temperature 50 °C - 95 °C.

    SousVide Recipes

    Contains a list of automatic programmes.

    SousVide VarioGuide

    Contains recommended oven settings for
    a wide choice of dishes. Select a dish
    and start the cooking process. The tem‐
    perature and time are only guidelines for
    a better result and can be adjusted. They
    depend on the recipes and the quality
    and quantity of the used ingredients.



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    6.4 Submenu for: Cleaning
    Symbol

    Menu item

    Description

    Steam Cleaning

    Procedure for cleaning the appliance
    when it is slightly soiled and not burned
    several times.

    Descaling

    Procedure for cleaning the steam gener‐
    ation circuit from residual limestone.

    Rinsing

    Procedure for rinsing and cleaning the
    steam generation circuit after frequent
    use of the steam functions.

    Steam Cleaning Plus

    Procedure for cleaning stubborn dirt with
    the support of an oven cleaner.

    6.5 Heating Functions
    Heating function

    Application

    True Fan Cooking

    To bake on up to three shelf positions at the
    same time and to dry food. Set the temperature
    20 - 40 °C lower than for the function: Conven‐
    tional Cooking.

    Pizza Setting

    To bake food on one shelf position for a more
    intensive browning and a crispy bottom. Set
    the temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for the
    function: Conventional Cooking.

    Slow Cooking

    To prepare tender, succulent roasts.

    Conventional Cooking

    To bake and roast food on one shelf position.

    Frozen Foods

    To make convenience food like e.g. french
    fries, potato wedges or spring rolls crispy.

    Grilling

    To grill flat food and to toast bread.

    Fast Grilling

    To grill flat food in large quantities and to toast
    bread.

    Turbo Grilling

    To roast larger meat joints or poultry with
    bones on one shelf position. Also to make gra‐
    tins and to brown.

    Bottom Heat

    To bake cakes with crispy bottom and to pre‐
    serve food.



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    Heating function

    15

    Application

    Defrost

    This function can be used for defrosting frozen
    foods, such as vegetables and fruits. The de‐
    frosting time depends on the amount and size
    of the frozen food.

    Moist Fan Baking

    To prepare baked goods in tin on one shelf po‐
    sition. To save energy during cooking. This
    function must be used in accordance with the
    cooking tables in order to achieve the desired
    cooking result. To get more information about
    the recommended settings, refer to the cooking
    tables. This function was used to define the en‐
    ergy efficiency class acc. to EN 60350-1.

    Au Gratin

    For dishes such as lasagna or potato gratin. Al‐
    so to gratinate and brown.

    Bread Baking

    Use this function to prepare bread and bread
    rolls with a very good professional-like result in
    terms of crispiness, colour and crust gloss.

    Humidity Cooking

    You can choose between three manual cook‐
    ing functions with different levels of humidity.
    These functions combine steam and hot air.
    They cover cooking with different levels of
    steam.

    Full Steam

    For steaming vegetables, side dishes or fish.

    Submenu for: Humidity Cooking
    Heating function

    Application

    Humidity Low

    The function is suitable for meat, poultry, oven
    dishes and casseroles. Thanks to the combina‐
    tion of steam and heat, meat gets a tender and
    juicy texture along with a crusty surface.

    Humidity Medium

    The function is suitable for cooking stewed and
    braised meat as well as bread and sweet yeast
    dough. Due to the combination of steam and
    heat the meat gets a juicy and tender texture
    and yeast dough bakeries get a crispy and shi‐
    ny surface.

    Humidity High

    The function is suitable for cooking delicate
    dishes like custards, flans, terrines and fish.

    The lamp may automatically
    deactivate at a temperature
    below 60 °C during some
    oven functions.



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    6.6 Specials
    Heating function

    Application

    Keep Warm

    To keep food warm.

    Plate Warming

    To preheat plates for serving.

    Preserving

    To make vegetable preserves such as pickles.

    Drying

    To dry sliced fruit (e.g. apples, plums, peach‐
    es) and vegetables (e.g. tomatoes, zucchini,
    mushrooms).

    Yogurt Function

    Use this function to prepare yoghurt. The lamp
    in this function is off.

    Dough Proving

    Steam humidifying action improves and speeds
    up the dough proving, prevents surface drying
    and keeps the dough elastic.

    Steam Regenerating

    Food reheating with steam prevents surface
    drying. Heat is distributed in a gentle and even
    way, which allows to recover taste and aroma
    of food as just prepared. This function can be
    used to reheat food directly on a plate. You can
    reheat more than one plate at the same time,
    using different shelf positions.



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    6.7 Submenu for: VarioGuide
    Food Category: Fish/Seafood

    Dish
    Chicken Wings,
    fresh

    Dish
    Fish, baked

    Chicken Wings,
    frozen

    Fish Fingers

    Chicken Legs,
    fresh

    Fish fillet, thin
    Fish fillet, thick
    Fish fillet, frozen

    Chicken

    Whole small Fish
    Fish

    Chicken, 2 half

    Whole small Fish,
    grilled

    Salmon
    Prawns
    Mussels

    Chicken Legs, fro‐
    zen
    Chicken Breast,
    poached

    Whole Fish,
    steamed

    Whole Chicken

    Whole Fish, grilled

    Whole Duck

    -

    Whole Fish, grilled

    Whole Goose

    -

    Whole Turkey

    -

    Trout
    Salmon fillet
    Whole Salmon

    Food Category: Meat
    Dish
    Prime Boiled Beef

    Prawns, fresh
    Prawns, frozen

    Beef

    Braised meat
    Meat Loaf

    -

    Rare

    Food Category: Poultry
    Dish

    Rare

    Boned Poultry

    -

    Boned Poultry

    -

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    Roast Beef

    Medium
    Medium
    Well Done
    Well Done
    Rare

    Scandinavian Beef Medium
    Well Done



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    Dish

    Dish
    Chipolatas

    Hare
    • Leg of Hare
    • Saddle of Hare
    • Saddle of Hare

    Spare Ribs
    Pork Knuckle, precooked
    Pork Joint
    Loin of Pork

    Game

    Loin of Pork
    Pork

    Loin of Pork,
    smoked

    Roast Game

    Loin of Pork,
    poached
    Pork Neck

    Food Category: Oven Dishes
    Dish

    Roast Pork

    Lasagne

    Cooked Ham

    Lasagne/Cannello‐ ni, frozen

    Loin of Veal
    Roast Veal
    Leg of Lamb
    Roast Lamb

    Lamb

    Loin of Game

    Pork Shoulder

    Veal Knuckle
    Veal

    Venison
    • Haunch of Ven‐
    ison
    • Saddle of Veni‐
    son

    Saddle of Lamb
    Lamb Joint, medi‐
    um

    -

    Pasta

    -

    Potato Gratin

    -

    Vegetables au
    Gratin

    -

    Sweet Dishes

    -

    Food Category: Pizza/Quiche
    Dish
    Pizza, thin

    Lamb Joint, medi‐

    Pizza, extra top‐
    ping

    um

    Pizza, frozen
    Pizza

    Pizza American,
    frozen
    Pizza, chilled
    Pizza Snacks, fro‐
    zen

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    Dish

    Dish

    Cheese Cake,
    Tray

    -

    Brownies

    -

    -

    Swiss Roll

    -

    -

    Yeast Cake

    -

    Crumble Cake

    -

    Sugar Cake

    -

    Tarte Flambée

    -

    Swiss Tarte, sa‐
    voury

    -

    Quiche Lorraine
    Savory Flan

    Food Category: Cake/Pastry
    Dish
    Ring Cake

    -

    Apple Cake, cov‐
    ered

    -

    Sponge Cake

    -

    Apple Pie

    -

    Cheese Cake, Tin

    -

    Brioche

    -

    Madeira Cake

    -

    Tarte

    -

    Swiss Tarte, sweet Almond Cake

    -

    Muffins

    -

    Pastry

    -

    Pastry Stripes

    -

    Cream Puffs

    -

    Puff Pastry

    -

    Eclairs

    -

    Macaroons

    -

    Short Pastry Bis‐
    cuits

    -

    Christmas Stollen

    -

    Apple Strudel, fro‐
    zen

    -

    Cake on Tray

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    Flan Base

    Short Pastry Flan
    Base
    Sponge Mixture
    Flan Base
    Short Pastry Fruit
    Flan

    Fruit Flan

    Sponge Mixture
    Fruit Flan
    Yeast Dough

    Food Category: Bread/Rolls
    Dish
    Rolls
    Rolls

    Rolls, pre-baked
    Rolls, frozen

    Ciabatta

    -

    Baguette

    Baguette, prebaked
    Baguette, frozen
    Bread Crown
    White Bread
    Yeast Plait

    Bread

    Brown Bread
    Rye Bread
    Wholegrain Bread

    Sponge Dough

    Unleavened Bread

    Yeast Dough

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    Food Category: Vegetables
    Dish

    Dish

    Terrine

    -

    Broccoli, Florets

    -

    Broccoli, whole

    -

    Cauliflower, Flor‐
    ets

    -

    Cauliflower, whole

    -

    Eggs, hard boiled

    Carrots

    -

    Eggs, baked

    Courgette Slices

    -

    Asparagus, green

    -

    Dish

    Asparagus, white

    -

    French Fries, thin

    Pepper Stripes

    -

    French Fries, thick -

    Spinach, fresh

    -

    -

    Leek Rings

    -

    French Fries, fro‐
    zen

    Green Beans

    -

    Croquettes

    -

    Mushroom Slices

    -

    Wedges

    -

    Peeling Tomatoes

    -

    Hash Browns

    -

    Brussels Sprouts

    -

    Boiled Potatoes,
    quartered

    -

    Celery, cubed

    -

    Boiled Potatoes

    -

    Peas

    -

    -

    Eggplant

    -

    Potatoes in their
    jacket

    Fennel

    -

    Potato Dumplings

    -

    Artichokes

    -

    Bread Dumplings

    -

    Beetroot

    -

    -

    Black Salsify

    -

    Yeast Dumplings,
    salty

    Cabbage Turnip
    Stripes

    -

    Yeast Dumplings,
    sweet

    -

    White Haricot
    Beans

    -

    Rice

    -

    Tagliatelle, fresh

    -

    Savoy Cabbage

    -

    Polenta

    -

    Food Category: Custards/Terrines
    Dish
    Egg Custard

    -

    Flan Caramel

    -

    Eggs, soft boiled
    Eggs, medium
    boiled

    Eggs

    Food Category: Side Dishes
    -

    When it is necessary to
    change the weight or the
    core temperature of the dish,
    use
    or
    values.

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    6.8 Submenu for: SousVide
    VarioGuide
    Food category

    Food category

    Courgette Slices
    Asparagus, green

    Sea Bass fillet

    Asparagus, white

    Cod Fish

    Pepper Stripes

    Trout fillet
    Salmon fillet
    Scallops

    Leek Rings
    Vegetables

    Eggplant

    Prawns without
    shell

    Fennel

    Octopus

    Artichoke Hearts

    Chicken Breast,
    boneless

    Potatoes
    Pumpkin

    Duck Breast,
    boneless

    Apples
    Pears

    Turkey Breast,
    boneless
    Beef
    • Beef fillet, me‐
    dium
    • Beef fillet, well
    done
    Meat

    Celery root
    Celery

    Mussels with shell

    Poultry

    Dish
    Carrots

    Dish
    Sea bream fillet

    Fish/Seafood

    Lamb
    • Lamb, medium
    • Lamb, well
    done
    Game
    • Wild Boar
    • Rabbit, bone‐
    less

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    Peaches
    Nectarines

    Fruits

    Plums
    Pineapple
    Mangos

    6.9 Activating a heating
    function
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Select the menu: Heating Functions.
    3. Press
    to confirm.
    4. Select a heating function.
    to confirm.
    5. Press
    6. Set the temperature.
    7. Press

    to confirm.

    In case the default settings
    are not changed, the
    appliance starts
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    6.10 Water drawer
    MAX

    A
    F
    MAX

    B

    MA

    X

    C
    E

    Empty the water drawer after each use.

    D

    A. Lid
    B. Wave-breaker
    C. Drawer body
    D. Water-filling hole
    E. Scale
    F. Front button
    You can remove the water drawer from
    the appliance. Push it gently on the front
    button. After you push the water drawer,
    it will self-extract from the appliance.

    XA

    M

    You can fill the water drawer in two ways:



    When you fill the water drawer, insert it in
    the same position. Push the front button
    until the water drawer is inside the
    appliance.

    leave the water drawer inside the
    appliance and fill it by means of a
    water jar,
    detatch the water drawer from the
    appliance and fill it from a water tap.

    When you fill the water drawer from the
    water tap, carry the drawer in the
    horizontal position in order to avoid water
    spilling.

    CAUTION!
    Keep the water drawer away
    from hot surfaces.

    6.11 Steam cooking
    The water drawer cover is in the control
    panel.
    WARNING!
    Use only cold tap water. Do
    not use filtered
    (demineralised) or distilled
    water. Do not use other
    liquids. Do not put
    flammable or alcoholic
    liquids into the water drawer.
    1. Press the cover of the water drawer
    to open it and extract it from the
    appliance.
    2. Fill the water drawer with cold water
    to the maximum level (around 950
    ml).The water supply is sufficient for
    approximately 50 minutes.Use the
    scale on the water drawer
    3. Push the water drawer to its initial
    position.
    If the water drawer is wet
    after you fill it with water,
    wipe it with a soft cloth
    before you insert it in the
    appliance.
    4. Turn the appliance on.
    5. Set a steam heating function and the
    temperature.
    6. If necessary, set the function
    Duration

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    The first steam shows after
    approximately 2 minutes. An acoustic
    signal sounds when the appliance is
    at approximately the set temperature.
    The signal sounds at the end of the
    cooking time.
    7. Turn the appliance off.
    8. Empty the water drawer after the
    steam cooking is completed.
    CAUTION!
    The appliance is hot.
    There is a risk of burns.
    Be careful when you
    empty the water drawer.
    9. After Steam Cooking steam can
    condensate on the bottom of the
    cavity. Always dry the bottom of the
    cavity when the appliance is cool.
    Let the appliance dry fully
    with the door open. To
    speed up the drying you can
    close the door and heat up
    the appliance with True Fan
    Cooking at temperature
    150°C for approximately 15
    minutes.
    When the water drawer is
    running out of water, an
    acoustic signal sounds and
    the water drawer needs to
    be refilled to continue the
    steam cooking as described
    above.
    At the end of a steam
    cooking cycle, the appliance
    cooling fan runs at a higher
    speed to evacuate in a
    better way the excess of
    steam. This is normal.

    6.12 SousVide Cooking






    With no evaporative losses of flavour
    volatile and moisture, food keeps its
    full aroma.
    Tender texture of meat and fish.
    Food keeps all minerals and vitamins.
    Less spices are necessary as food
    keeps its natural flavour.
    Better workflow as it is not necessary
    to prepare and serve food at the same
    time and place.




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    Low cooking temperature minimizes
    the risk of overcooking.
    Portioning of the food makes it easy
    to hold.

    Preparing the food
    1. Clean and cut the ingredients.
    2. Season the ingredients.
    3. Fill the ingredients in suitable
    vacuum bags.
    4. Vacuum seal the bag to make sure
    that you remove as much air as
    possible.
    5. Cold storage of the bags is
    mandatory in case the cooking
    procedure is not done immediately.
    6. Continue with the function: SousVide
    Cooking following applicable cooking
    table indications for the considered
    type of food or the assisted cooking
    recipes.
    7. Open the pouch and serve.
    8. Optional: finish the food with a final
    searing or grilling e.g. for meat to
    achieve a nice crust and the typical
    roast flavour.

    Activating a function: SousVide
    Cooking
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Select the menu: SousVide Cooking.
    to confirm.
    3. Press
    4. Set the function: SousVide Cooking.
    to confirm.
    5. Press
    6. Set the temperature.
    7. Press

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    shows that the temperature increases.
    When temperature is reached the buzzer
    sounds 3 times and the bar flashes and
    then disappears.

    Cooking with this function
    causes residual water on the
    vacuum bags and in the
    cavity. After the cooking
    process open the door
    carefully to avoid the water
    dropping on the furniture.
    Use a plate and a towel to
    take out the vacuum bags.
    Dry out the door, the water
    drop collector in the bottom
    and the cavity with a soft
    cloth or a sponge. Let the
    appliance dry fully with the
    door open. To speed up the
    drying you can heat up the
    appliance with hot air at
    temperature 150 °C for
    approximately 15 minutes.

    6.14 Fast Heat Up Indicator
    This function decreases the heat-up
    time.
    Do not put food in the oven
    when the Fast heat up
    function operates.
    To activate the function, hold for 3
    seconds. The heat-up indicator
    alternates.

    6.15 Residual heat
    When you deactivate the appliance, the
    display shows the residual heat. You can
    use the heat to keep the food warm.

    6.13 Heat-up indicator
    When you activate a heating function,
    the bar on the display comes on. The bar

    7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS
    7.1 Clock functions table
    Clock function

    Application
    Minute Minder

    To set a countdown (max. 2 h 30 min).
    This function has no effect on the opera‐
    tion of the appliance.
    Use
    or

    to activate the function. Press
    to set the minutes and

    to start.

    Duration

    To set the length of an operation (max. 23
    h 59 min).

    End Time

    To set the switch-off time for a heating
    function (max. 23 h 59 min).

    If you set the time for a clock function,
    the time starts to count down after 5
    seconds.

    If you use the clock
    functions: Duration, End
    Time, the appliance
    deactivates the heating
    elements after 90 % of the
    set time. The appliance uses
    the residual heat to continue
    the cooking process until the
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    7.2 Setting the clock functions
    Before you use the
    functions: Duration, End
    Time, you must set a heating
    function and temperature
    first. The appliance
    deactivates automatically.
    You can use the functions:
    Duration and End Time at
    the same time if you want to
    automatically activate and
    deactivate the appliance on
    a given time later.
    The functions: Duration and
    End Time do not work when
    you use the core
    temperature sensor.
    1. Set a heating function.
    2. Press
    again and again until the
    display shows the necessary clock
    function and the related symbol.
    3. Press
    time.

    or

    to set the necessary

    4. Press
    to confirm.
    When the time ends, an acoustic signal
    sounds. The appliance deactivates. The
    display shows a message.
    5. Press any symbol to stop the signal.

    7.3 Heat + Hold
    Conditions for the function:


    The set temperature is more than 80
    °C.



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    The function: Duration is set.

    The function: Heat + Hold keeps
    prepared food warm at 80 °C for 30
    minutes. It activates after the baking or
    roasting procedure ends.
    You can activate or deactivate the
    function in the menu: Basic Settings.
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Select the heating function.
    3. Set the temperature above 80 °C.
    4. Press
    again and again until the
    display shows: Heat + Hold.
    to confirm.
    5. Press
    When the function ends, an acoustic
    signal sounds.
    The function stays on if you change the
    heating functions.

    7.4 Time Extension
    The function: Time Extension makes the
    heating function continue after the end of
    Duration.
    Not applicable to heating
    functions with the core
    temperature sensor.
    1. When the cooking time ends, an
    acoustic signal sounds. Press any
    symbol.
    The display shows the message.
    2. Press
    to activate or
    to cancel.
    3. Set the length of the function.
    4. Press

    .

    8. AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMES
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.

    8.1 Recipes online
    You can find the recipes for
    the automatic programmes
    specified for this appliance
    on our website. To find the
    proper Recipe Book check
    the PNC number on the
    rating plate on the front
    frame of the appliance
    cavity.

    8.2 Recipes with Recipe
    Automatic
    This appliance has a set of recipes you
    can use. The recipes are fixed and you
    cannot change them.
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Select the menu: Recipes. Press
    to confirm.
    3. Select the category and dish. Press
    to confirm.
    4. Select a recipe. Press

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    9. USING THE ACCESSORIES
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.

    9.1 Core temperature sensor
    There are two temperatures to be set:
    the oven temperature and the core
    temperature.
    The core temperature sensor measures
    the core temperature of the meat. When
    the meat is at the set temperature, the
    appliance deactivates.
    CAUTION!
    Only use the core
    temperature sensor supplied
    or the correct replacement
    parts.
    The core temperature
    sensor must stay in the meat
    and in the socket during the
    cooking.
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Put the tip of the core temperature
    sensor into the centre of the meat.
    3. Put the plug of the core temperature
    sensor into the socket at the front of
    the appliance.

    The display shows the core temperature
    sensor symbol.
    or
    in less than 5
    4. Press
    seconds to set the core temperature.
    5. Set the heating function and, if
    necessary, the oven temperature.
    The appliance calculates an approximate
    end time. The end time is different for the

    different quantities of the food, the set
    oven temperatures (minimum 120 °C)
    and the operating modes. The appliance
    calculates the end time in approximately
    30 minutes.
    6. To change the core temperature,
    press .
    When the meat is at the set core
    temperature, an acoustic signal sounds.
    The appliance deactivates automatically.
    7. Touch any symbol to stop the signal.
    8. Remove the core temperature sensor
    plug from the socket and remove the
    meat from the oven.
    WARNING!
    The core temperature
    sensor is hot. There is a risk
    of burns. Be careful when
    you remove the tip and the
    plug of the core temperature
    sensor.

    9.2 Inserting the accessories
    Wire shelf:
    Push the shelf between the guide bars of
    the shelf support and make sure that the
    feet point down.

    Deep pan:
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    Wire shelf:
    Put the wire shelf on the telescopic
    runners so that the feet point
    downwards.
    The high rim around the wire
    shelf is a special device to
    prevent the cookware from
    slipping.
    Wire shelf and the deep pan together:
    Push the deep pan between the guide
    bars of the shelf support and the wire
    shelf on the guide bars above and make
    sure that the feet point down.

    Deep pan:
    Put the deep pan on the telescopic
    runners.

    Small indentation at the top
    increase safety. The
    indentations are also anti-tip
    devices. The high rim
    around the shelf prevents
    cookware from slipping of
    the shelf.

    9.3 Telescopic runners inserting the accessories
    With the telescopic runners you can put
    in and remove the shelves more easily.
    CAUTION!
    Do not clean the telescopic
    runners in the dishwasher.
    Do not lubricate the
    telescopic runners.
    CAUTION!
    Make sure you push back
    the telescopic runners fully
    in the appliance before you
    close the oven door.

    Wire shelf and deep pan together:
    Place the wire shelf and the deep pan
    together on the telescopic runner.

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    10. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
    10.1 Favourites

    10.2 Using the Child Lock

    You can save your favourite settings,
    such as duration, temperature or heating
    function. They are available in the menu:
    Favourites. You can save 20
    programmes.

    When the Child Lock is on, the appliance
    cannot be activated accidentally.

    Saving a programme

    10.3 Function Lock

    3. Touch
    again and again until the
    display shows: SAVE.
    to confirm.
    4. Press
    The display shows the first free memory
    position.
    5. Press
    to confirm.
    6. Enter the name of the programme.
    The first letter flashes.
    or

    to change the letter.

    8. Press
    .
    The next letter flashes.
    9. Do step 7 again as necessary.
    10. Press and hold

    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Set a heating function or setting.
    3. Press
    again and again until the
    display shows: Function Lock.
    4. Press

    to confirm.
    . The

    display shows a message. Press
    again and then

    You can overwrite a memory position.
    When the display shows the first free
    or

    This function prevents an accidental
    change of the heating function. You can
    activate it only when the appliance
    operates.

    To deactivate the function, press

    to save.

    memory position, touch

    to activate the display.

    To deactivate the Child Lock function
    repeat step 2.

    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Set a heating function or an
    automatic programme.

    7. Touch

    1. Touch

    2. Touch
    and
    at the same time
    until the display shows a message.

    and

    to overwrite an existing
    press
    programme.
    You can change the name of a
    programme in the menu: Edit
    Programme Name.

    Activating the programme

    to confirm.

    When you deactivate the
    appliance, the function also
    deactivates.

    10.4 Set + Go
    The function lets you set a heating
    function (or a programme) and use it
    later with one press of any symbol.
    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Set a heating function.

    1. Activate the appliance.
    2. Select the menu: Favourites.

    3. Press
    again and again until the
    display shows: Duration.
    4. Set the time.

    to confirm.
    3. Press
    4. Select your favourite programme
    name.

    again and again until the
    5. Press
    display shows: Set + Go.

    5. Press

    to confirm.

    Press
    to go directly to menu:
    Favourites.

    6. Press

    to confirm.

    Press any symbol (except for ) to start
    the function: Set + Go. The set heating
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    When the heating function ends, an
    acoustic signal sounds.



    Function Lock is on when
    the heating function
    operates.
    The menu: Basic Settings
    lets you activate and
    deactivate the function:
    Set + Go.

    10.5 Automatic Switch-off
    For safety reasons the appliance turns
    off automatically after some time if a
    heating function operates and you do not
    change any settings.
    Temperature (°C)

    Switch-off time
    (h)

    30 - 115

    12.5

    120 - 195

    8.5

    200 - 230

    5.5

    The Automatic switch-off
    does not work with the
    functions: Light, Food
    Sensor, Duration, End Time.

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    10.6 Brightness of the display
    There are two modes of display
    brightness:




    Night brightness - when the appliance
    is deactivated, the brightness of the
    display is lower between 10 PM and 6
    AM.
    Day brightness:
    – when the appliance is activated.
    – if you touch a symbol during the
    night brightness (apart from ON /
    OFF), the display goes back to
    the day brightness mode for the
    next 10 seconds.
    – if the appliance is deactivated and
    you set the function: Minute
    Minder. When the function ends,
    the display goes back to the night
    brightness.

    10.7 Cooling fan
    When the appliance operates, the
    cooling fan activates automatically to
    keep the surfaces of the appliance cool.
    If you deactivate the appliance, the
    cooling fan can continue to operate until
    the appliance cools down.

    11. HINTS AND TIPS
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.
    The temperature and baking
    times in the tables are
    guidelines only. They
    depend on the recipes and
    the quality and quantity of
    the ingredients used.

    11.1 Inner side of the door
    In some models, on the inner side of
    the door you can find:



    the numbers of the shelf positions.
    information about the heating
    functions, recommended shelf
    positions and temperatures for typical
    dishes.

    11.2 Advice for special heating
    functions of the oven
    Keep Warm
    Use this function if you want to keep food
    warm.
    The temperature regulates itself
    automatically to 80 °C.
    Plate Warming
    For warming plates and dishes.
    Distribute plates and dishes evenly on
    the wire shelf. Move stacks around after
    half of the warming time (swap top and
    bottom).
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    Recommended shelf position: 3.
    Dough Proving
    You can use this automatic function with
    any recipe for yeast dough you like. It
    gives you a good atmosphere for rising.
    Put the dough into a dish that is big
    enough for rising. It is not necessary to
    cover it. Insert a wire shelf on the first
    shelf position and put the dish in. Close
    the door and set the function: Dough
    Proving. Set the necessary time.
    Defrost
    Remove the food packaging and put the
    food on a plate. Do not cover the food
    with a bowl or a plate, as this can extend
    the defrost time. Use the first shelf
    position from the bottom.

    11.3 SousVide Cooking
    This function uses lower cooking
    temperatures than normal cooking.
    Handle the food with special care for
    better food quality.
    Recommendations regarding food
    safety:
    • Use high quality raw materials.
    • Always use the raw material that is as
    fresh as possible.
    • Always keep raw materials in correct
    conditions before you cook them.
    • Always clean the food before you
    cook it.
    • For good and safe results, always
    look at the values in the cooking
    tables. Check the cooking time,
    temperature and dimension of the
    food.
    • Food should not be kept at a
    temperature below 60 °C for a longer
    time to avoid safety problems.
    • Use low temperatures only for food
    that could be eaten raw and only for a
    short time.
    • Sous-vide dishes have the best taste
    immediately after cooking. If you do
    not eat the food immediately after the
    cooking, quickly decrease its
    temperature. To do that, put the food
    in an ice bath and put it in the fridge.






    You can keep the food in the fridge for
    2 – 3 days.
    Do not use Sous-vide cooking
    function for reheating food leftovers.
    Prevent contact between raw food
    and cooked food while you prepare
    and cook the food.
    Do not use the same tools for different
    things without washing them carefully.
    For recipes with raw eggs, prevent
    egg whites or yolks from contact with
    the external part of the egg shells.

    Hints and tips regarding food vacuum
    packing:
    • Necessary equipment for Sous-vide
    cooking function are a vacuum sealer
    and vacuum bags.
    • Recommended vacuum sealer type:
    chamber vacuum sealer. Only this
    type of vacuum sealer can vacuum
    pack liquids.
    • Use vacuum bags correct for Sousvide cooking function.
    • Do not reuse vacuum bags.
    • Put the food in one layer of the
    vacuum bags to get an even cooking
    result.
    • For faster and more even cooking of
    the food, set the vacuum degree to
    the highest possible.
    • To guarantee a safe closing of the
    vacuum bag, make sure that the area
    subject to the seal is clean.
    General hints and tips for the function
    SousVide Cooking:
    • To keep the cooking steam, always
    keep the appliance door closed when
    you use Sous-vide cooking function.
    • Open the door carefully after cooking
    because there is steam cumulated in
    the appliance.
    • You can add oil and spices to the food
    in accordance to your taste. Oil
    prevents the food from sticking to the
    vacuum bag.
    • Season the food moderately in the
    beginning as there are no evaporative
    losses of flavour volatiles.
    • To evaporate alcohol from liquids,
    heat up and boil the liquids before
    vacuum packing.
    • You can replace the raw garlic by the
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    You can be replace olive oil by a
    neutral kind of oil.
    For faster and more even cooking of
    the food, keep the vacuum degree as
    high as possible (99.9%).
    Cooking times are recommendations
    and can be different in accordance to
    your preferences.
    The cooking times in the cooking
    tables are for dishes for 4 people. If
    the quantity of the food is higher, the
    cooking times can be longer.
    If the dimension of the food is different
    than the cooking tables show, the
    cooking time can change.
    Put the vacuum bags on the grid
    without overlapping when using more
    bags.

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    11.4 SousVide Cooking: Meat







    Look at the tables to prevent
    undercooking. Do not use meat
    portions of a larger thickness than the
    tables show.
    The cooking times in the tables are
    the minimum necessary times. The
    cooking time can be increased in
    accordance to personal preferences.
    Use only boneless meat to avoid
    damages to the vacuum bags.
    For the poultry fillets to taste better,
    fry them on the skin side before and
    after vacuum packing.

    Beef
    Food

    Thickness
    of food

    Amount of
    food for 4
    persons (g)

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Beef fillet
    medium

    4 cm

    800

    60

    110 - 120

    3

    Beef fillet
    well done

    4 cm

    800

    65

    90 - 100

    3

    Veal fillet
    medium

    4 cm

    800

    60

    110 - 120

    3

    Veal fillet
    well done

    4 cm

    800

    65

    90 - 100

    3

    Food

    Thickness
    of food

    Amount of Tempera‐
    food for 4
    ture (°C)
    persons (g)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Lamb rare

    3 cm

    600 - 650

    60

    180 - 190

    3

    Lamb medi‐
    um

    3 cm

    600 - 650

    65

    105 - 115

    3

    Boar

    3 cm

    600 - 650

    90

    60 - 70

    3

    Rabbit
    boneless

    1.5 cm

    600 - 650

    70

    50 - 60

    3

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    Poultry
    Food

    Thickness
    of food

    Amount of Tempera‐
    food for 4
    ture (°C)
    persons (g)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Chicken
    3 cm
    breast bone‐
    less

    750

    70

    70 - 80

    3

    Duck breast
    boneless

    2 cm

    900

    60

    140 - 160

    3

    Turkey
    2 cm
    breast bone‐
    less

    800

    70

    75 - 85

    3

    11.5 SousVide Cooking: Fish
    and seafood


    Look at the table to prevent
    undercooking. Do not use fish
    portions of a larger thickness than the
    table show.

    Food

    Thickness of
    food




    Dry the fish fillets with a paper towel
    before you put them in a vacuum bag.
    Add a cup of water in the vacuum bag
    when you cook the mussels.

    Amount of
    Temperature
    food for 4 per‐ (°C)
    sons (g)

    Time
    (min)

    Shelf
    posi‐
    tion

    Sea bream fil‐ 4 fillets 1 cm
    let

    500

    70

    25

    3

    Sea bass fillet 4 fillets 1 cm

    500

    70

    25

    3

    Cod fish

    2 fillets 2 cm

    650

    65

    70 - 75

    3

    Scallops

    big size

    650

    60

    100 - 110 3

    1000

    95

    20 - 25

    3

    500

    75

    26 - 30

    3

    1000

    85

    100 - 110 3

    65

    55 - 65

    65

    100 - 110 3

    Mussels with
    shell
    Prawns with‐
    out shell

    big size

    Octopus
    Trout fillet 1)

    2 fillets 1.5 cm 650

    Salmon fillet1) 3 cm

    800

    3

    1) To prevent protein leak soak the fish in a 10 % salt solution (100 g salt in 1 litre of water)
    for 30 min and dry with a paper towel before you put it in a vacuum bag.

    11.6 SousVide Cooking:
    Vegetables


    Peel the vegetables where necessary.



    Some vegetables can change their
    colour when you peel them and cook
    in a vacuum packing. For better
    results cook the food immediately
    after you prepare it.



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    To keep the colour of the artichokes,
    put them in water with lemon juice,
    after you clean and cut them.

    Food

    Thickness of food Amount of
    food for 4
    persons (g)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time
    (min)

    Shelf
    posi‐
    tion

    Asparagus
    green

    whole

    700 - 800

    90

    40 - 50

    3

    Asparagus
    white

    whole

    700 - 800

    90

    50 - 60

    3

    Courgette

    slices of 1 cm

    700 - 800

    90

    35 - 40

    3

    Leek

    stripes or rings

    600 - 700

    95

    40 - 45

    3

    Eggplant

    slices of 1 cm

    700 - 800

    90

    30 - 35

    3

    Pumpkin

    pieces with thick‐
    ness of 2 cm

    700 - 800

    90

    25 - 30

    3

    Pepper

    stripes or quarter

    700 - 800

    95

    35 - 40

    3

    Celery

    rings of 1 cm

    700 - 800

    95

    40 - 45

    3

    Carrots

    slices of 0.5 cm

    700 - 800

    95

    35 - 45

    3

    Celery root

    slices of 1 cm

    700 - 800

    95

    45 - 50

    3

    Fennel

    slices of 1 cm

    700 - 800

    95

    35 - 45

    3

    Potatoes

    slices of 1 cm

    800 - 1000

    95

    35 - 45

    3

    Artichoke
    hearts

    cut in quarter

    400 - 600

    95

    45 - 55

    3

    11.7 SousVide Cooking: Fruits
    and sweets







    Peel the fruits, remove the seeds and
    cores where necessary

    To keep the colour of the apples and
    pears, put them in water with lemon
    juice, after you clean and cut them.
    For better results cook the food
    immediately after you prepare it.

    Food

    Thickness of food

    Amount of
    Temperature Time
    food for 4 per‐ (°C)
    (min)
    sons (g)

    Shel
    f po‐
    si‐
    tion

    Peach

    cut in halves

    4 fruits

    90

    20 - 25

    3

    Plum

    cut in halves

    600 g

    90

    10 - 15

    3

    Mango

    cut in cubes of about 2 fruits
    2 x 2 cm

    90

    10 - 15

    3

    Nectarine

    cut in halves

    90

    20 - 25

    3

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    Food

    Thickness of food

    Amount of
    Temperature Time
    food for 4 per‐ (°C)
    (min)
    sons (g)

    Shel
    f po‐
    si‐
    tion

    Pineapple

    slices 1 cm

    600 g

    90

    20 - 25

    3

    Apple

    cut in quarters

    4 fruits

    95

    25 - 30

    3

    Pear

    cut in halves

    4 fruits

    95

    15 - 30

    3

    Vanilla
    creme

    350 g in each bag

    700 g

    85

    20 - 22

    3

    11.8 Full Steam
    WARNING!
    Be careful when you open
    the appliance door when the
    function is activated. Steam
    can release.
    The function is applicable for all types of
    food, fresh or frozen. You can use it to
    cook, warm, defrost, poach or blanch
    vegetables, meat, fish, pasta, rice, sweet
    corn, semolina and eggs.
    You can prepare a full meal in one
    operation. To correctly cook each dish,
    use those with cooking times which are
    almost the same. Fill the water drawer to

    the maximum level. Put the dishes into
    the correct cookware and then on the
    wire shelves. Adjust the distance
    between the cookware to let the steam
    circulate.
    Sterilisation





    With this function you can sterilise
    containers (e.g. baby bottles).
    Put the clean containers in the middle
    of the shelf on the first shelf position.
    Make sure that the opening is down at
    a small angle.
    Fill the drawer with the maximum
    quantity of water and set the time to
    40 minutes.

    Vegetables
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Artichokes

    99

    50 - 60

    2

    Auberginen

    99

    15 - 25

    2

    Cauliflower,
    whole

    99

    35 - 45

    2

    Cauliflower, flor‐ 99
    ets

    25 - 35

    2

    Broccoli, whole

    99

    30 - 40

    2

    Broccoli, flor‐
    ets1)

    99

    13 - 15

    2

    Mushroom sli‐
    ces

    99

    15 - 20

    2

    Peas

    99

    20 - 30

    2

    Fennel

    99

    25 - 35

    2



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    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Carrots

    99

    25 - 35

    2

    Kohlrabi, strips

    99

    25 - 35

    2

    Peppers, strips

    99

    15 - 20

    2

    Leeks, rings

    99

    20 - 30

    2

    Green beans

    99

    35 - 45

    2

    Lamb’s lettuce,
    florets

    99

    20 - 25

    2

    Brussels
    sprouts

    99

    25 - 35

    2

    Beetroot

    99

    70 - 90

    2

    Black salsify

    99

    35 - 45

    2

    Celery, cubed

    99

    20 - 30

    2

    Asparagus,
    green

    99

    15 - 25

    2

    Asparagus,
    white

    99

    25 - 35

    2

    Spinach, fresh

    99

    15 - 20

    2

    Peeling toma‐
    toes

    99

    10

    2

    White haricot
    beans

    99

    25 - 35

    2

    Savoy cabbage

    99

    20 - 25

    2

    Courgette, sli‐
    ces

    99

    15 - 25

    2

    Beans,
    blanched

    99

    20 - 25

    2

    Vegetables,
    blanched

    99

    15

    2

    Dried beans,
    soaked (water /
    beans ratio 2:1)

    99

    55 - 65

    2

    Snow peas (kai‐ 99
    ser peppers)

    20 - 30

    2

    Cabbage white
    or red, stripes

    99

    40 - 45

    2

    Pumpkin, cubes 99

    15 - 25

    2

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    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Sauerkraut

    99

    60 - 90

    2

    Sweet potatoes

    99

    20 - 30

    2

    Tomatoes

    99

    15 - 25

    2

    Sweet corn on
    the cob

    99

    30 - 40

    2

    1) Preheat the oven for 5 minutes.

    Side dishes / accompaniments
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Yeast dumplings 99

    25 - 35

    2

    Potato dump‐
    lings

    99

    35 - 45

    2

    Unpeeled pota‐
    toes, medium

    99

    45 - 55

    2

    Rice (water /
    rice ratio 1:1)1)

    99

    35 - 45

    2

    Boiled potatoes, 99
    quartered

    35 - 45

    2

    Bread dumpling

    99

    35 - 45

    2

    Tagliatelle, fresh 99

    15 - 25

    2

    Polenta (liquid
    ratio 3:1)

    99

    40 - 50

    2

    Bulgur (water /
    bulgur ratio 1:1)

    99

    25 - 35

    2

    Couscous (wa‐
    ter / couscous
    ratio 1:1)

    99

    15 - 20

    2

    Spaetzle (ger‐
    99
    man type of pas‐
    ta)

    25 - 30

    2

    Fragrant rice
    99
    (water / rice ratio
    1:1)

    30 - 35

    2

    Lentils, red (wa‐
    ter / lentils ratio
    1:1)

    20 - 30

    2

    99



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    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Lentils, brown
    and green (wa‐
    ter / lentils ratio
    2:1)

    99

    55 - 60

    2

    Rice pudding
    (milk / rice ratio
    2.5:1)

    99

    40 - 55

    2

    Semolina pud‐
    99
    ding (milk / sem‐
    olina ratio 3.5:1)

    20 - 25

    2

    1) The ratio of water to rice can change according to the type of rice.

    Fruits
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Apple slices

    99

    10 - 15

    2

    Hot berries

    99

    10 - 15

    2

    Fruit compote

    99

    20 - 25

    2

    Chocolate melt‐
    ing

    99

    10 - 20

    2

    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Trout, approx.
    250 g

    85

    20 - 30

    2

    Prawns, fresh

    85

    20 - 25

    2

    Prawns, frozen

    85

    30 - 40

    2

    Salmon fillets

    85

    20 - 30

    2

    Salmon trout,
    approx. 1000 g

    85

    40 - 45

    2

    Mussels

    99

    20 - 30

    2

    Flat fish fillet

    80

    15

    2

    Fish

    Meat
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Cooked ham 1000 g

    99

    55 - 65

    2

    Chicken breast,
    poached

    90

    25 - 35

    2

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    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Chicken, poached,
    1000 - 1200 g

    99

    60 - 70

    2

    Veal / pork loin with‐
    out leg, 800 - 1000 g

    90

    80 - 90

    2

    Kasseler (smoked
    90
    loin of pork), poached

    70 - 90

    2

    Tafelspitz (prime
    boiled beef)

    99

    110 - 120

    2

    Chipolatas

    80

    15 - 20

    2

    Bavarian veal saus‐
    age (white sausage)

    80

    20 - 30

    2

    Vienna sausage

    80

    20 - 30

    2

    Eggs
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Eggs, hardboiled

    99

    18 - 21

    2

    Eggs, mediumboiled

    99

    12 - 13

    2

    Eggs, soft-boiled 99

    10 - 11

    2

    11.9 Turbo Grilling and Full
    Steam in succession
    When you combine the functions, you
    can cook meat, vegetables and
    accompaniments one after the other. All
    dishes are ready to be served at the
    same time.



    To initially roast the food use the
    function: Turbo Grilling.
    Put the prepared vegetables and
    accompaniments into cookware





    correct for an oven procedure and
    then into the oven with the roast.
    Cool down the oven to a temperature
    of around 80 °C. To cool down the
    appliance quicker open the oven door
    to the first position for approximately
    15 minutes.
    Start the function: Full Steam. Cook it
    all together until ready.



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    Turbo Grilling (first step: cook
    meat)

    Full Steam (second step: add
    vegetables)

    Tempera‐ Time
    ture (°C)
    (min)

    Shelf po‐
    sition

    Tempera‐ Time
    ture (°C)
    (min)

    Shelf po‐
    sition

    Roast
    beef 1 kg
    Brussels
    sprouts,
    polenta

    180

    60 - 70

    meat: 1

    99

    40 - 50

    meat: 1
    vegeta‐
    bles: 3

    Roast
    pork 1 kg,
    Potatoes,
    vegeta‐
    bles,
    gravy

    180

    60 - 70

    meat: 1

    99

    30 - 40

    meat: 1
    vegeta‐
    bles: 3

    Roast veal 180
    1 kg,
    Rice, veg‐
    etables

    50 - 60

    meat: 1

    99

    30 - 40

    meat: 1
    vegeta‐
    bles: 3

    11.10 Humidity Cooking - Humidity High
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Custard / flan in
    individual
    dishes1)

    90

    35 - 45

    2

    Baked eggs1)

    90 - 110

    15 - 30

    2

    Terrine1)

    90

    40 - 50

    2

    Thin fish fillet

    85

    15 - 25

    2

    Thick fish fillet

    90

    25 - 35

    2

    Small fish up to
    350 g

    90

    20 - 30

    2

    Whole fish up to 90
    1000 g

    30 - 40

    2

    Oven dumplings 120 - 130

    40 - 50

    2

    1) Continue for a further half an hour with the door closed.



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    11.11 Humidity Cooking - Humidity Medium
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Various types of 180 - 190
    bread 500 1000g

    45 - 60

    2

    Bread rolls

    180 - 200

    25 - 35

    2

    Sweet bread

    160 - 170

    30 - 45

    2

    Sweet yeast
    dough bakeries

    170 - 180

    20 - 35

    2

    Sweet oven
    dishes

    160 - 180

    45 - 60

    2

    Stewed / braised 140 - 150
    meat

    100 - 140

    2

    Spare ribs

    140 - 150

    75 - 100

    2

    Roasted fish fil‐
    let

    170 - 180

    25 - 40

    2

    Roasted fish

    170 - 180

    35 - 45

    2

    11.12 Humidity Cooking - Humidity Low
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Roast pork,
    1000 g

    160 - 180

    90 - 100

    2

    Roast beef,
    1000 g

    180 - 200

    60 - 90

    2

    Roast veal,
    1000 g

    180

    80 - 90

    2

    Meat loaf, un‐
    cooked, 500 g

    180

    30 - 40

    2

    Smoked loin of
    160 - 180
    pork, 600 - 1000
    g (soak for 2
    hours)

    60 - 70

    2

    Chicken, 1000 g 180 - 210

    50 - 60

    2

    Duck, 1500 2000 g

    180

    70 - 90

    2

    Goose, 3000 g

    170

    130 - 170

    1

    Potato gratin

    160 - 170

    50 - 60

    2

    Pasta bake

    170 - 190

    40 - 50

    2



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    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Lasagne

    170 - 180

    45 - 55

    2

    Ready-to-bake
    rolls

    200

    15 - 20

    2

    Ready-to-bake
    baguettes, 40 50 g

    200

    15 - 20

    2

    Ready-to-bake
    baguettes, 40 50 g, frozen

    200

    25 - 35

    2

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    11.13 Steam Regenerating
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    One-plate
    dishes

    110

    10 - 15

    2

    Pasta

    110

    10 - 15

    2

    Rice

    110

    10 - 15

    2

    Dumplings

    110

    15 - 25

    2

    11.14 Yogurt Function
    Use this function to prepare yogurt.
    Ingredients:



    1 l milk
    250 g natural yogurt

    Mix the yogurt with the milk and fill it in
    yogurt jars.
    In case raw milk is used, heat up the milk
    to the boiling point and let it cool down to
    40 °C. Mix the yogurt afterwards with the
    milk and fill it in yogurt jars.

    Method:
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (h)

    Shelf position

    Yogurt creamy

    42

    5-6

    2

    Yogurt semisolid 42

    7-8

    2

    11.15 Baking




    Your oven may bake or roast
    differently to the appliance you had
    before. Adapt your usual settings
    such as temperature, cooking time
    and shelf position to the values in the
    tables.
    Use the lower temperature the first
    time.





    If you cannot find the settings for a
    special recipe, look for the similar
    one.
    You can extend baking times by 10 –
    15 minutes if you bake cakes on more
    than one shelf position.
    Cakes and pastries at different
    heights do not always brown equally
    at first. If this occurs, do not change
    the temperature setting. The
    differences equalize during the baking
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    Trays in the oven can twist during
    baking. When the trays become cold
    again, the distortions disappear.

    11.16 Tips on baking
    Baking results

    Possible cause

    Remedy

    The bottom of the cake is
    not browned sufficiently.

    The shelf position is incor‐
    rect.

    Put the cake on a lower
    shelf.

    The cake sinks and be‐
    comes soggy, lumpy or
    streaky.

    The oven temperature is
    too high.

    The next time you bake,
    set a slightly lower oven
    temperature.

    The cake sinks and be‐
    comes soggy, lumpy or
    streaky.

    The baking time is too
    short.

    Set a longer baking time.
    You cannot decrease
    baking times by setting
    higher temperatures.

    The cake sinks and be‐
    comes soggy, lumpy or
    streaky.

    There is too much liquid in
    the mixture.

    Use less liquid. Be careful
    with mixing times, espe‐
    cially if you use a mixing
    machine.

    The cake is too dry.

    The oven temperature is
    too low.

    The next time you bake,
    set a higher oven tempera‐
    ture.

    The cake is too dry.

    The baking time is too
    long.

    The next time you bake,
    set a shorter baking time.

    The cake browns uneven‐
    ly.

    The oven temperature is
    too high and the baking
    time is too short.

    Set a lower oven tempera‐
    ture and a longer baking
    time.

    The cake browns uneven‐
    ly.

    The mixture is unevenly
    distributed.

    Spread the mixture evenly
    on the baking tray.

    The cake is not ready in
    the baking time given.

    The oven temperature is
    too low.

    The next time you bake,
    set a slightly higher oven
    temperature.

    11.17 Baking on one level:
    Baking in tins
    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Ring cake /
    Brioche

    True Fan
    Cooking

    150 - 160

    50 - 70

    1

    Madeira cake /
    Fruit cakes

    True Fan
    Cooking

    140 - 160

    70 - 90

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    Food

    Function

    43

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Fatless sponge True Fan
    cake / Fatless
    Cooking
    sponge cake

    140 - 150

    35 - 50

    2

    Fatless sponge Conventional
    cake / Fatless
    Cooking
    sponge cake

    160

    35 - 50

    2

    Flan base short pastry

    150 - 1601)

    20 - 30

    2

    Flan base True Fan
    sponge mixture Cooking

    150 - 170

    20 - 25

    2

    Apple pie / Ap‐ True Fan
    ple pie (2 tins
    Cooking
    Ø20 cm, diago‐
    nally off set)

    160

    60 - 90

    2

    Apple pie / Ap‐ Conventional
    ple pie (2 tins
    Cooking
    Ø20 cm, diago‐
    nally off set)

    180

    70 - 90

    1

    Cheesecake

    170 - 190

    60 - 90

    1

    True Fan
    Cooking

    Conventional
    Cooking

    1) Preheat the oven.

    Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Plaited bread /
    Bread crown

    Conventional
    Cooking

    170 - 190

    30 - 40

    3

    Christmas stol‐
    len

    Conventional
    Cooking

    160 - 1801)

    50 - 70

    2

    Bread (rye
    Conventional
    bread):
    Cooking
    1. First part of
    baking pro‐
    cedure.
    2. Second
    part of bak‐
    ing proce‐
    dure.

    1. 2301)
    2. 160 - 180

    1. 20
    2. 30 - 60

    1

    Cream puffs /
    Eclairs

    190 - 2101)

    20 - 35

    3

    Conventional
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    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Swiss roll

    Conventional
    Cooking

    180 - 2001)

    10 - 20

    3

    Cake with
    crumble top‐
    ping (dry)

    True Fan Cook‐ 150 - 160
    ing

    20 - 40

    3

    Buttered al‐
    mond cake /
    Sugar cakes

    Conventional
    Cooking

    20 - 30

    3

    Fruit flans
    (made with
    yeast dough /
    sponge mix‐
    ture)2)

    True Fan Cook‐ 150 - 170
    ing

    30 - 55

    3

    Fruit flans
    (made with
    yeast dough /
    sponge mix‐
    ture)2)

    Conventional
    Cooking

    35 - 55

    3

    Fruit flans
    made with
    short pastry

    True Fan Cook‐ 160 - 170
    ing

    40 - 80

    3

    Yeast cakes
    with delicate
    toppings (e.g.
    quark, cream,
    custard)

    Conventional
    Cooking

    160 - 1801)

    40 - 80

    3

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    190 - 2101)

    170

    1) Preheat the oven.
    2) Use a deep pan.

    Biscuits
    Food

    Function

    Short pastry
    biscuits

    True Fan Cook‐ 150 - 160
    ing

    15 - 25

    3

    Short bread /
    Short bread /
    Pastry stripes

    True Fan Cook‐ 140
    ing

    20 - 35

    3

    Short bread /
    Short bread /
    Pastry stripes

    Conventional
    Cooking

    20 - 30

    3

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    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Biscuits made
    with sponge
    mixture

    True Fan Cook‐ 150 - 160
    ing

    45

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    15 - 20

    3

    Pastries made True Fan Cook‐ 80 - 100
    with egg white / ing
    Meringues

    120 - 150

    3

    Macaroons

    True Fan Cook‐ 100 - 120
    ing

    30 - 50

    3

    Biscuits made
    with yeast
    dough

    True Fan Cook‐ 150 - 160
    ing

    20 - 40

    3

    Puff pastries

    True Fan Cook‐ 170 - 1801)
    ing

    20 - 30

    3

    Rolls

    True Fan Cook‐ 1601)
    ing

    10 - 25

    3

    Rolls

    Conventional
    Cooking

    10 - 25

    3

    Small cakes /
    Small cakes
    (20 per tray)

    True Fan Cook‐ 1501)
    ing

    20 - 35

    3

    Small cakes /
    Small cakes
    (20 per tray)

    Conventional
    Cooking

    1701)

    20 - 30

    3

    190 - 2101)

    1) Preheat the oven.

    11.18 Bakes and gratins
    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Pasta bake

    Conventional
    Cooking

    180 - 200

    45 - 60

    1

    Lasagne

    Conventional
    Cooking

    180 - 200

    25 - 40

    1

    Vegetables au
    gratin1)

    Turbo Grilling

    170 - 190

    15 - 35

    1

    Baguettes top‐
    ped with mel‐
    ted cheese

    True Fan Cook‐ 160 - 170
    ing

    15 - 30

    1

    Sweet bakes

    Conventional
    Cooking

    40 - 60

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    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Fish bakes

    Conventional
    Cooking

    180 - 200

    30 - 60

    1

    Stuffed vegeta‐ True Fan Cook‐ 160 - 170
    bles
    ing

    30 - 60

    1

    1) Preheat the oven.

    11.19 Moist Fan Baking
    Food

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Pasta gratin

    200 - 220

    45 - 55

    3

    Potato gratin

    180 - 200

    70 - 85

    3

    Moussaka

    170 - 190

    70 - 95

    3

    Lasagne

    180 - 200

    75 - 90

    3

    Cannelloni

    180 - 200

    70 - 85

    3

    Bread pudding

    190 - 200

    55 - 70

    3

    Rice pudding

    170 - 190

    45 - 60

    3

    Apple cake, made with
    160 - 170
    sponge mixture (round cake
    tin)

    70 - 80

    3

    White bread

    55 - 70

    3

    190 - 200

    11.20 Multilevel Baking
    Use the function: True Fan Cooking.
    Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays
    Food

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position
    2 positions

    3 positions

    Cream puffs /
    Eclairs

    160 - 1801)

    25 - 45

    1/4

    -

    Dry streusel
    cake

    150 - 160

    30 - 45

    1/4

    -

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    Biscuits / small cakes / small cakes / pastries / rolls
    Food

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Short pastry
    biscuits

    150 - 160

    Short bread /
    Short bread /
    Pastry Stripes

    Shelf position
    2 positions

    3 positions

    20 - 40

    1/4

    1/3/5

    140

    25 - 45

    1/4

    1/3/5

    Biscuits made
    with sponge
    mixture

    160 - 170

    25 - 40

    1/4

    -

    Biscuits made
    with egg white,
    meringues

    80 - 100

    130 - 170

    1/4

    -

    Macaroons

    100 - 120

    40 - 80

    1/4

    -

    Biscuits made
    with yeast
    dough

    160 - 170

    30 - 60

    1/4

    -

    Puff pastries

    170 - 1801)

    30 - 50

    1/4

    -

    Rolls

    180

    20 - 30

    1/4

    -

    Small cakes /
    Small cakes
    (20 per tray)

    1501)

    23 - 40

    1/4

    -

    1) Preheat the oven.

    11.21 Pizza Setting
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Pizza (thin crust)

    210 - 2301)2)

    15 - 25

    2

    Pizza (with many
    toppings)

    180 - 200

    20 - 30

    2

    Tarts

    180 - 200

    40 - 55

    1

    Spinach flan

    160 - 180

    45 - 60

    1

    Quiche Lorraine

    170 - 190

    45 - 55

    1

    Swiss Flan

    170 - 190

    45 - 55

    1

    Apple cake, cov‐
    ered

    150 - 170

    50 - 60

    1

    Vegetable pie

    160 - 180

    50 - 60

    1

    Unleavened bread

    210 - 2301)

    10 - 20

    2

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    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Puff pastry flan

    160 - 1801)

    45 - 55

    2

    Flammekuchen
    (Pizza-like dish
    from Alsace)

    210 - 2301)

    15 - 25

    2

    Piroggen (Russian
    version of calzone)

    180 - 2001)

    15 - 25

    2

    1) Preheat the oven.
    2) Use a deep pan.

    11.22 Roasting











    Use heat-resistant ovenware to roast.
    Refer to the instructions of the
    ovenware manufacturer.
    You can roast large roasting joints
    directly in the deep pan or on the wire
    shelf above the deep pan.
    Put some liquid in the deep pan to
    prevent the meat juices or fat from
    burning on it's surface.
    All types of meat that can be browned
    or have crackling can be roasted in
    the roasting tin without the lid.

    If necessary, turn the roast after 1/2 to
    2/3 of the cooking time.
    To keep meat more succulent:
    – roast lean meat in the roasting tin
    with the lid or use roasting bag.
    – roast meat and fish in pieces
    weighting minimum 1 kg.
    – baste large roasts and poultry
    with their juices several times
    during roasting.

    11.23 Roasting tables
    Beef
    Food

    Quantity

    Function

    Pot roast

    1 - 1.5 kg

    Roast beef or
    fillet: rare

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Convention‐ 230
    al Cooking

    120 - 150

    1

    per cm of
    thickness

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    190 - 2001)

    5-6

    1

    Roast beef or
    fillet: medium

    per cm of
    thickness

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    180 - 1901)

    6-8

    1

    Roast beef or
    fillet: well done

    per cm of
    thickness

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    170 - 1801)

    8 - 10

    1

    1) Preheat the oven.

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    Pork
    Food

    Quantity

    Function

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Shoulder /
    Neck / Ham
    joint

    1 - 1.5 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    150 - 170

    90 - 120

    1

    Chop / Spare
    rib

    1 - 1.5 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    170 - 190

    30 - 60

    1

    Meatloaf

    750 g - 1 kg Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    160 - 170

    50 - 60

    1

    Pork knuckle
    (precooked)

    750 g - 1 kg Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    150 - 170

    90 - 120

    1

    Veal
    Food

    Quantity
    (kg)

    Function

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Roast veal

    1

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    160 - 180

    90 - 120

    1

    Knuckle of
    veal

    1.5 - 2

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    160 - 180

    120 - 150

    1

    Quantity
    (kg)

    Function

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Leg of
    1 - 1.5
    lamb / Roast
    lamb

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    150 - 170

    100 - 120

    1

    Saddle of
    lamb

    1 - 1.5

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    160 - 180

    40 - 60

    1

    Quantity

    Function

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Saddle / Leg up to 1 kg
    of hare

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    180 - 2001)

    35 - 55

    1

    Saddle of
    venison

    1.5 - 2 kg

    Convention‐
    al Cooking

    180 - 200

    60 - 90

    1

    Haunch of
    venison

    1.5 - 2 kg

    Convention‐
    al Cooking

    180 - 200

    60 - 90

    1

    Lamb
    Food

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    Poultry
    Food

    Quantity

    Function

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Poultry por‐
    tions

    200 - 250 g
    each

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    200 - 220

    30 - 50

    1

    Half chicken 400 - 500 g
    each

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    190 - 210

    40 - 50

    1

    Chicken,
    poulard

    1 - 1.5 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    190 - 210

    50 - 70

    1

    Duck

    1.5 - 2 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    180 - 200

    80 - 100

    1

    Goose

    3.5 - 5 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    160 - 180

    120 - 180

    1

    Turkey

    2.5 - 3.5 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    160 - 180

    120 - 150

    1

    Turkey

    4 - 6 kg

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    140 - 160

    150 - 240

    1

    Fish (steamed)
    Food

    Quantity
    (kg)

    Function

    Tempera‐
    ture (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf posi‐
    tion

    Whole fish

    1 - 1.5

    Turbo Grill‐
    ing

    180 - 200

    30 - 50

    1

    11.24 Grilling




    Always grill with the maximum
    temperature setting.
    Set the shelf into the shelf position as
    recommended in the grilling table.
    Always set the pan to collect the fat
    into the first shelf position.




    Grill only flat pieces of meat or fish.
    Always preheat the empty oven with
    the grill functions for 5 minutes.
    CAUTION!
    Always grill with the oven
    door closed.

    Grilling
    Food

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    1st side

    2nd side

    Roast beef

    210 - 230

    30 - 40

    30 - 40

    2

    Filet of beef

    230

    20 - 30

    20 - 30

    3

    Back of pork

    210 - 230

    30 - 40

    30 - 40

    2

    Back of veal

    210 - 230

    30 - 40

    30 - 40

    2

    Back of lamb

    210 - 230

    25 - 35

    20 - 25

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    Food
    Whole Fish,
    500 - 1000 g

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)
    1st side

    2nd side

    210 - 230

    15 - 30

    15 - 30

    Shelf position
    3/4

    Fast Grilling
    Food

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    1st side

    2nd side

    Burgers / Burgers

    8 - 10

    6-8

    4

    Pork fillet

    10 - 12

    6 - 10

    4

    Sausages

    10 - 12

    6-8

    4

    Fillet / Veal steaks

    7 - 10

    6-8

    4

    Toast / Toast

    1-3

    1-3

    5

    Toast with topping

    6-8

    -

    4

    11.25 Frozen Foods
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Pizza, frozen

    200 - 220

    15 - 25

    2

    Pizza American,
    frozen

    190 - 210

    20 - 25

    2

    Pizza, chilled

    210 - 230

    13 - 25

    2

    Pizza Snacks, fro‐
    zen

    180 - 200

    15 - 30

    2

    French Fries, thin

    190 - 210

    15 - 25

    3

    French Fries, thick

    190 - 210

    20 - 30

    3

    Wedges / Cro‐
    quettes

    190 - 210

    20 - 40

    3

    Hash Browns

    210 - 230

    20 - 30

    3

    Lasagne / Cannel‐
    loni, fresh

    170 - 190

    35 - 45

    2

    Lasagne / Cannel‐
    loni, frozen

    160 - 180

    40 - 60

    2

    Oven baked cheese 170 - 190

    20 - 30

    3

    Chicken Wings

    40 - 50

    2

    180 - 200

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    Frozen ready meals
    Food

    Function

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Frozen pizza

    Conventional
    Cooking

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    3

    French fries1)
    (300 - 600 g)

    Conventional
    200 - 220
    Cooking or Tur‐
    bo Grilling

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    3

    Baguettes

    Conventional
    Cooking

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    3

    Fruit flans

    Conventional
    Cooking

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    as per manu‐
    facturer’s in‐
    structions

    3

    1) Turn the French fries 2 or 3 times during cooking.

    11.26 Slow Cooking
    Use this function to prepare lean, tender
    pieces of meat and fish with core
    temperatures no more than 65 °C. This
    function is not applicable to such recipes
    as pot roast or fatty roast pork. You can
    use the core temperature sensor to
    guarantee that the meat has the correct
    core temperature (see the table for the
    core temperature sensor).
    In the first 10 minutes you can set an
    oven temperature between 80 °C and
    150 °C. The default is 90 °C. After the
    temperature is set, the oven continues to
    cook at 80 °C. Do not use this function
    for poultry.

    Always cook without a lid
    when you use this function.
    1. Sear the meat in a pan on the hob on
    a very high setting for 1 - 2 minutes
    on each side.
    2. Put the meat together with the hot
    roasting pan in the oven and on the
    wire shelf.
    3. Put the core temperature sensor into
    the meat.
    4. Select the function: Slow Cooking
    and set the correct end core
    temperature.

    Food

    Quantity (kg)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    Roast beef

    1 - 1.5

    120

    120 - 150

    1

    Fillet of beef

    1 - 1.5

    120

    90 - 150

    3

    Roast veal

    1 - 1.5

    120

    120 - 150

    1

    Steaks

    0.2 - 0.3

    120

    20 - 40

    3

    11.27 Preserving







    Use only preserve jars of the same
    dimensions available on the market.

    Do not use jars with twist-off and
    bayonet type lids or metal tins.
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    Put no more than six one-litre
    preserve jars on the baking tray.
    Fill the jars equally and close with a
    clamp.
    The jars cannot touch each other.
    Put approximately 1/2 litre of water
    into the baking tray to give sufficient
    moisture in the oven.



    Soft fruit
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Strawberries / Blue‐ 160 - 170
    berries / Raspber‐
    ries / Ripe goose‐
    berries

    Cooking time until Continue to cook
    simmering (min)
    at 100 °C (min)
    35 - 45

    -

    Stone fruit
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Cooking time until Continue to cook
    simmering (min)
    at 100 °C (min)

    Pears / Quinces /
    Plums

    160 - 170

    35 - 45

    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Cooking time until Continue to cook
    simmering (min)
    at 100 °C (min)

    Carrots1)

    160 - 170

    50 - 60

    5 - 10

    Cucumbers

    160 - 170

    50 - 60

    -

    Mixed pickles

    160 - 170

    50 - 60

    5 - 10

    Kohlrabi / Peas /
    Asparagus

    160 - 170

    50 - 60

    15 - 20

    10 - 15

    Vegetables

    1) Leave standing in the oven after it is deactivated.

    11.28 Drying



    Cover trays with grease proof paper
    or baking parchment.
    For a better result, stop the oven
    halfway through the drying time, open

    the door and let it cool down for one
    night to complete the drying.

    Vegetables
    Food

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (h)

    Beans

    60 - 70

    Peppers

    60 - 70

    53

    When the liquid in the jars starts to
    simmer (after approximately 35 - 60
    minutes with one-litre jars), stop the
    oven or decrease the temperature to
    100 °C (see the table).

    Shelf position
    1 position

    2 positions

    6-8

    3

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    Food

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (h)

    Vegetables for
    sour

    60 - 70

    Mushrooms
    Herbs

    Shelf position
    1 position

    2 positions

    5-6

    3

    1/4

    50 - 60

    6-8

    3

    1/4

    40 - 50

    2-3

    3

    1/4

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Time (h)

    Shelf position

    Plums

    60 - 70

    Apricots

    Fruit
    Food

    1 position

    2 positions

    8 - 10

    3

    1/4

    60 - 70

    8 - 10

    3

    1/4

    Apple slices

    60 - 70

    6-8

    3

    1/4

    Pears

    60 - 70

    6-9

    3

    1/4

    11.29 Bread Baking
    Preheating is not recommended.
    Food

    Temperature (°C)

    Time (min)

    Shelf position

    White Bread

    170 - 190

    40 - 60

    2

    Baguette

    200 - 220

    35 - 45

    2

    Brioche

    180 - 200

    40 - 60

    2

    Ciabatta

    200 - 220

    35 - 45

    2

    Rye Bread

    170 - 190

    50 - 70

    2

    Dark Bread

    170 - 190

    50 - 70

    2

    All Grain bread

    170 - 190

    40 - 60

    2

    Bread rolls

    190 - 210

    20 - 35

    2

    11.30 Core temperature sensor table
    Beef
    Food

    Food core temperature (°C)

    Rib / Fillet steak: rare

    45 - 50

    Rib / Fillet steak: medium

    60 - 65

    Rib / Fillet steak: well done

    70 - 75



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    Pork
    Food

    Food core temperature (°C)

    Shoulder / Ham / Neck joint of pork

    80 - 82

    Chop (saddle) / Smoked pork loin

    75 - 80

    Meatloaf

    75 - 80

    Veal
    Food

    Food core temperature (°C)

    Roast veal

    75 - 80

    Knuckle of veal

    85 - 90

    Mutton / lamb
    Food

    Food core temperature (°C)

    Leg of mutton

    80 - 85

    Saddle of mutton

    80 - 85

    Roast lamb / Leg of lamb

    70 - 75

    Game
    Food

    Food core temperature (°C)

    Saddle of hare

    70 - 75

    Leg of hare

    70 - 75

    Whole hare

    70 - 75

    Saddle of venison

    70 - 75

    Leg of venison

    70 - 75

    Fish
    Food

    Food core temperature (°C)

    Salmon

    65 - 70

    Trouts

    65 - 70

    11.31 Information for test
    institutes
    Tests for the function: Full Steam.

    Tests according to IEC 60350-1.

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    Food

    Container
    (Gastro‐
    norm)

    Quantity
    (g)

    Shelf po‐ Temper‐ Time
    sition
    ature
    (min)
    (°C)

    Comments

    Broccoli1)

    1 x 2/3per‐
    forated

    300

    3

    99

    13 - 15

    Put the bak‐
    ing tray on
    the first
    shelf posi‐
    tion.

    Broccoli1)

    2 x 2/3 per‐ 2 x 300
    forated

    2 and 4

    99

    13 - 15

    Put the bak‐
    ing tray on
    the first
    shelf posi‐
    tion.

    Broccoli1)

    1 x 2/3per‐
    forated

    3

    99

    15 - 18

    Put the bak‐
    ing tray on
    the first
    shelf posi‐
    tion.

    Frozen
    peas

    2 x 2/3 per‐ 2 x 1500
    forated

    2 and 4

    99

    Until the
    temper‐
    ature in
    the cold‐
    est spot
    reaches
    85 °C.

    Put the bak‐
    ing tray on
    the first
    shelf posi‐
    tion.

    max.

    1) Preheat the oven for 5 minutes.

    12. CARE AND CLEANING
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.

    12.1 Notes on cleaning







    Clean the front of the appliance with a
    soft cloth with warm water and a
    cleaning agent.
    To clean metal surfaces, use a
    dedicated cleaning agent.
    To clean the bottom side in case of
    limestone residual, use some drops of
    vinegar.
    Clean the appliance interior after each
    use. Fat accumulation or other food
    remains may result in a fire. The risk
    is higher for the grill pan.
    Clean stubborn dirt with a special
    oven cleaner.






    Clean all accessories after each use
    and let them dry. Use a soft cloth with
    warm water and a cleaning agent.
    If you have nonstick accessories, do
    not clean them using aggressive
    agents, sharp-edged objects or a
    dishwasher. It can cause damage to
    the nonstick coating.
    Dry the oven when the cavity is wet
    after usage.

    12.2 Recommended cleaning
    products
    Do not use abrasive sponges or
    aggressive detergents. It can cause
    damage to the enamel and the stainless
    steel parts.
    You can buy our products at
    www.electrolux.com/shop and at the best
    retailer shops.



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    12.3 Removing the shelf
    supports
    Before maintenance, make sure that the
    appliance is cool. There is a risk of
    burns.
    To clean the appliance, remove the shelf
    supports.
    1. Pull carefully the supports up and out
    of the front catch.

    1
    3
    2
    2. Pull the front end of the shelf support
    away from the side wall.
    3. Pull the supports out of the rear
    catch.
    Install the shelf supports in the opposite
    sequence.

    12.4 Steam Cleaning
    Remove as much dirt as possible
    manually.
    Remove the accessories and the shelf
    support to clean the side walls.
    The steam cleaning functions support the
    steam cavity cleaning of the appliance.
    For a better performance
    you should start the cleaning
    function when the appliance
    is cool.
    The specified time is related
    to the duration of the
    function and does not
    include the time required for
    cleaning of the cavity by the
    user.
    When the steam cleaning function is
    active, the light is off.
    1. Fill the water drawer to the maximum
    level.
    2. Choose the steam cleaning function
    in the menu: Cleaning.

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    Steam Cleaning - the duration of the
    function is around 30 minutes.
    a) Activate the function.
    b) An acoustic signal sounds when
    the programme is completed.
    c) Touch a sensor field to
    deactivate the signal.
    Steam Cleaning Plus - the duration
    of the function is around 75 minutes.
    a) Spray a suitable detergent
    uniformly in the oven cavity on
    both enamel and steel parts.
    Before you start the cleaning
    procedure, make sure that the
    appliance is cold.
    b) Activate the function.
    After around 50 minutes an
    acoustic signal sounds when the
    first part of the programme is
    completed.
    c) Press

    .

    This is not the end of
    the cleaning
    procedure. Follow
    the message in the
    display to complete
    the cleaning.
    d) Wipe the internal surface of the
    appliance with a non-abrasive
    surface care sponge. You can
    use warm water or oven
    detergents to clean the cavity.
    e) Press
    .
    The final part of the procedure
    starts. The duration of this stage
    is around 25 minutes.
    3. Wipe the internal surface of the
    appliance with a non-abrasive
    sponge. You can use warm water to
    clean the cavity.
    4. Remove the remaining water from
    the water drawer.
    After cleaning keep the appliance door
    open for approximately 1 hour. Wait until
    the appliance is dry. To speed up the
    drying you can heat up the appliance
    with hot air at temperature 150 °C for
    approximately 15 minutes. You can get
    maximum effects of the cleaning function
    if you manually clean the appliance
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    12.5 Cleaning Reminder
    This function reminds you that the
    cleaning is necessary and that you
    should perform the function: Steam
    Cleaning Plus
    You can enable / disable the function:
    Cleaning Reminder in the menu: Basic
    Settings.

    MA

    X

    MA

    X

    12.6 Cleaning the water drawer
    Remove the water drawer from the
    appliance.
    1. Remove the lid of the water drawer.
    Lift the cover in correspondence with
    the protrusion in the rear.

    3. Insert the water drawer inside the
    appliance.
    4. Push the water drawer towards the
    oven until it latches.

    12.7 Steam generation system
    - Descaling

    MA

    X

    2. Remove the wave-breaker. Pull it
    away from the drawer body until it
    snaps out.
    3. Wash the water drawer parts with
    your hands. Use tap water and soap.
    Do not use abrasive
    sponges. Do not put
    water drawer inside a
    dish washer.
    After you clean the water drawer parts,
    reassemble the water drawer.
    1. Snap in the wave-breaker. Push it
    into the drawer body.
    2. Assemble the lid. First insert the front
    snap and then push it against the
    drawer body.

    When the steam generator operates,
    there is an accumulation and deposition
    of limestone inside because of calcium
    contents in the water. This can have a
    negative effect on the steam quality, on
    the performance of the steam generator
    and on the food quality. To prevent this,
    clean the steam generation circuit from
    residual stone.
    Remove all accessories.
    Select the function from the menu:
    Cleaning. The user interface will guide
    you through the procedure.
    The duration of the complete procedure
    is about 2 hours.
    The light in this function is off.
    1. Put the grill- / roasting pan on the first
    shelf position.
    2. Press
    .
    3. Put 250 ml of the descaling agent in
    the water drawer.
    4. Fill the remaining part of the water
    drawer with water to the maximum
    level.
    5. Fit the water drawer in the appliance.
    .
    6. Press
    This activates the first part of the
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    The duration of this part is
    around 1 hour 40 minutes.
    7. After the end of the first part, empty
    the grill- / roasting pan and put it on
    the first shelf position again.

    Select the function from the menu:
    Cleaning. The user interface will guide
    you through the procedure.

    .
    8. Press
    9. Fill the water drawer with fresh water.
    Make sure there is no remaining
    cleaning solution inside the water
    drawer.
    10. Fit the water drawer in the appliance.

    The light in this function is off.

    .
    11. Press
    This activates the second part of the
    procedure: Descaling. It will rinse the
    steam generation circuit.
    The duration of this part is
    around 35 minutes.
    Remove the grill- / roasting pan after the
    end of the procedure.
    If the function: Descaling is
    not performed in the correct
    way, the display will show a
    message to repeat it.
    If the appliance is humid and wet, wipe it
    out with a dry cloth. Let the appliance dry
    fully with the door open.

    12.8 Descaling reminder

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    The duration of the function is around 30
    minutes.
    1. Put the baking tray on the first shelf
    position.
    2. Press
    .
    3. Fill the water drawer with fresh water.
    4. Press

    .

    Remove the baking tray after the end of
    the procedure.

    12.10 Removing and installing
    the door
    You can remove the door and the
    internal glass panels to clean it. The
    number of glass panels is different for
    different models.
    WARNING!
    Be careful when you remove
    the door from the appliance.
    The door is heavy.
    1. Open the door fully.
    2. Fully press the clamping levers (A)
    on the two door hinges.

    There are two descaling reminders which
    remind you to perform the function:
    Descaling. These reminders activate
    each time you switch off the appliance.
    The soft reminder reminds and
    recommends you to perform the
    descaling cycle.
    The hard reminder obligates you to
    perform the descaling.
    If you do not descale the
    appliance when the hard
    reminder is on, you cannot
    use the steam functions.
    You cannot disable the
    descaling reminder.

    12.9 Steam generation system
    - Rinsing
    Remove all accessories.

    A

    A

    3. Close the oven door to the first
    opening position (approximately 70°
    angle).
    4. Hold the door with one hand on each
    side and pull it away from the
    appliance at an upwards angle.
    5. Put the door with the outer side down
    on a soft cloth on a stable surface.
    This is to prevent scratches.
    6. Hold the door trim (B) on the top
    edge of the door at the two sides and
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    1. Deactivate the appliance.
    2. Remove the fuses from the fuse box
    or deactivate the circuit breaker.

    2

    The top lamp

    B
    1

    1. Turn the lamp glass cover
    counterclockwise to remove it.

    7. Pull the door trim to the front to
    remove it.
    8. Hold the door glass panels on their
    top edge one by one and pull them
    up out of the guide.
    2. Remove the metal ring and clean the
    glass cover.
    3. Replace the lamp with a suitable 300
    °C heat-resistant lamp.
    4. Attach the metal ring to the glass
    cover.
    5. Install the glass cover.
    9. Clean the glass panel with water and
    soap. Dry the glass panel carefully.
    When the cleaning is completed, do the
    above steps in the opposite sequence.
    Install the smaller panel first, then the
    larger and the door.
    WARNING!
    Make sure that the glasses
    are inserted in the correct
    position otherwise the
    surface of the door may
    overheat.

    12.11 Replacing the lamp
    Put a cloth on the bottom of the interior
    of the appliance. It prevents damage to
    the lamp glass cover and the cavity.
    WARNING!
    Danger of electrocution!
    Disconnect the fuse before
    you replace the lamp.
    The lamp and the lamp glass
    cover can be hot.

    13. TROUBLESHOOTING
    WARNING!
    Refer to Safety chapters.

    The side lamp
    1. Remove the left shelf support to get
    access to the lamp.
    2. Use a Torx 20 screwdriver to remove
    the cover.
    3. Remove and clean the metal frame
    and the seal.
    4. Replace the lamp with a suitable 300
    °C heat-resistant lamp.
    5. Install the metal frame and the seal.
    Tighten the screws.
    6. Install the left shelf support.



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    13.1 What to do if...
    Problem

    Possible cause

    Remedy

    You cannot activate or op‐
    erate the oven.

    The oven is not connected
    to an electrical supply or it
    is connected incorrectly.

    Check if the oven is cor‐
    rectly connected to the
    electrical supply (refer to
    the connection diagram if
    available).

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The oven is deactivated.

    Activate the oven.

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The clock is not set.

    Set the clock.

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The necessary settings are Make sure that the settings
    not set.
    are correct.

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The automatic switch-off is Refer to "Automatic switchactivated.
    off".

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The Child Lock is on.

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The door is not closed cor‐ Fully close the door.
    rectly.

    The oven does not heat
    up.

    The fuse is blown.

    Make sure that the fuse is
    the cause of the malfunc‐
    tion. If the fuse is blown
    again and again, contact a
    qualified electrician.

    The lamp does not oper‐
    ate.

    The lamp is defective.

    Replace the lamp.

    The display shows F111.

    The plug of the core tem‐
    perature sensor is not cor‐
    rectly installed into the
    socket.

    Put the plug of the core
    temperature sensor as far
    as possible into the socket.

    The display shows an error There is an electrical fault.
    code that is not in this ta‐
    ble.

    Refer to "Using the Child
    Lock".





    Steam and condensation
    settle on the food and in
    the cavity of the oven.

    You left the dish in the
    oven for too long.

    Deactivate the oven
    with the house fuse or
    the safety switch in the
    fuse box and activate it
    again.
    If the display shows the
    error code again, con‐
    tact the Customer Care
    Department.

    Do not leave the dishes in
    the oven for longer than 15
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    Problem

    Possible cause

    Remedy

    The appliance does not re‐ You did not assemble the Assemble the lid of the wa‐
    tain the water drawer after lid of the water drawer cor‐ ter drawer correctly.
    you insert it.
    rectly.
    Water comes out of the
    You did not assemble the Assemble the lid of the wa‐
    water drawer after you car‐ lid of the water drawer cor‐ ter drawer correctly.
    ry it or put it inside the ap‐ rectly.
    pliance.
    Water comes out of the
    You did not assemble the
    water drawer after you car‐ wave-breaker correctly.
    ry it or put it inside the ap‐
    pliance.

    Assemble the wave-break‐
    er in the body of the water
    drawer correctly.

    The appliance does not re‐ You did not fully press the
    tain the water drawer after water drawer body.
    you push it on the cover.

    Insert the water drawer
    body in the appliance by
    pushing it until it reaches
    to the end.

    The water drawer is diffi‐
    cult to clean.

    Refer to "Cleaning the wa‐
    ter drawer".

    You did not remove the lid
    and the wave-breaker.

    The descaling procedure is There was a power cut.
    interrupted before it finish‐
    es.

    Repeat the procedure.

    The descaling procedure is The function was stopped
    interrupted before it finish‐ by the user.
    es.

    Repeat the procedure.

    There is no water inside
    the grill- / roasting pan af‐
    ter the descaling proce‐
    dure.

    You did not fill the water
    drawer to the maximum
    level.

    Check if the a descaling
    agent / water is present in
    the water drawer body.
    Repeat the procedure.

    There is dirty water on the
    bottom of the cavity after
    the descaling cycle.

    The grill- / roasting pan is
    on a wrong shelf position.

    Remove the residual water
    and the descaling agent
    from the bottom of the
    oven. Put the grill- / roast‐
    ing pan on the first shelf
    position.

    The cleaning function is in‐ There was a power cut.
    terrupted before it finishes.

    Repeat the procedure.

    The cleaning function is in‐ The function was stopped
    terrupted before it finishes. by the user.

    Repeat the procedure.

    There is too much water on
    the bottom of the cavity af‐
    ter the end of the cleaning
    function.

    Cover all parts of the cavity
    with a thin layer of the de‐
    tergent. Spray the deter‐
    gent evenly.

    You sprayed too much de‐
    tergent in the appliance
    before the activation of the
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    Problem

    Possible cause

    63

    Remedy

    There is no good perform‐ The initial oven cavity tem‐ Repeat the cycle. Run the
    ance of the cleaning proce‐ perature of the steam
    cycle when the appliance
    dure.
    cleaning function was too
    is cold.
    high.
    There is no good perform‐ You did not remove the
    Remove the side grids
    ance of the cleaning proce‐ side grids before the start
    from the appliance and re‐
    dure.
    of the cleaning procedure. peat the function.
    They can transfer heat to
    the walls and decrease the
    performance.
    There is no good perform‐ You did not remove the ac‐ Remove the accessories
    ance of the cleaning proce‐ cessories from the appli‐
    from the appliance and re‐
    dure.
    ance before the start of the peat the function.
    cleaning procedure. They
    can compromise the steam
    cycle and decrease the
    performance.

    13.2 Service data
    If you cannot find a solution to the
    problem yourself, contact your dealer or
    an Authorised Service Centre.

    plate is on the front frame of the
    appliance cavity. Do not remove the
    rating plate from the appliance cavity.

    The necessary data for the service
    centre is on the rating plate. The rating
    We recommend that you write the data here:
    Model (MOD.)

    .........................................

    Product number (PNC)

    .........................................

    Serial number (S.N.)

    .........................................

    14. ENERGY EFFICIENCY
    14.1 Product Fiche and information according to EU 65-66/2014
    Supplier's name

    Electrolux

    Model identification

    EOB9851XAX

    Energy Efficiency Index

    81.2

    Energy efficiency class

    A+

    Energy consumption with a standard load, con‐
    ventional mode

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    Energy consumption with a standard load, fanforced mode

    0.69 kWh/cycle

    Number of cavities

    1

    Heat source

    Electricity

    Volume

    70 l

    Type of oven

    Built-In Oven

    Mass

    46.0 kg

    EN 60350-1 - Household electric cooking
    appliances - Part 1: Ranges, ovens,
    steam ovens and grills - Methods for
    measuring performance.

    14.2 Energy saving
    The appliance contains
    features which help you
    save energy during everyday
    cooking.
    General hints
    Make sure that the oven door is closed
    properly when the appliance operates
    and keep it closed as much as possible
    during the cooking.
    Use metal dishes to improve energy
    saving.
    When possible, do not preheat the oven
    before you put the food inside.
    When the cooking duration is longer than
    30 minutes, reduce the oven temperature
    to minimum 3 - 10 minutes before the
    end of the cooking time, depending on
    the duration of the cooking. The residual
    heat inside the oven will continue to
    cook.
    Use the residual heat to warm up other
    dishes.
    Cooking with fan
    When possible, use the cooking
    functions with fan to save energy.

    Residual heat
    If a programme with the Duration or End
    Time selection is activated and the
    cooking time is longer than 30 minutes,
    the heating elements deactivate
    automatically 10% faster in some oven
    functions.
    The fan and lamp continue to operate.
    Keep food warm
    Choose the lowest possible temperature
    setting to use residual heat and keep a
    meal warm. The display shows the
    residual heat indicator or temperature.
    Cooking with the lamp off
    Deactivate the lamp during cooking and
    activate only when you need it.
    Moist Fan Baking
    Function designed to save energy during
    cooking. It operates in such a way that
    the temperature in the oven cavity may
    differ from the temperature indicated on
    the display during a cooking cycle and
    cooking times may be different from the
    cooking times in other programmes.
    When you use Moist Fan Baking, the
    lamp automatically deactivates after 30
    seconds.
    You may activate the lamp again but this
    action will reduce the expected energy
    savings.

    15. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
    Recycle the materials with the symbol
    . Put the packaging in applicable
    containers to recycle it. Help protect the
    environment and human health and to

    recycle waste of electrical and electronic
    appliances. Do not dispose appliances
    marked with the symbol with the
    household waste. Return the product to



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    your municipal office.

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