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    EN

    DETAILED
    INSTRUCTIONS
    FOR USE OF THE
    ELECTRIC OVEN

    www.gorenje.com



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    We thank you for your
    trust and the purchase of our
    appliance.
    This detailed instruction manual is
    supplied to make the use of this
    product easier. The instructions
    should allow you to learn about your
    new appliance as quickly as possible.
    Make sure you have received an
    undamaged appliance. If you do find
    transport damage, please contact the
    seller from which you purchased the
    appliance, or the regional warehouse
    from which it was supplied. The
    telephone number can be found on
    the invoice or on the delivery note.
    Instructions for installation and
    connection are supplied on a
    separate sheet.

    Instructions for use are also available
    at our website:
    www.gorenje.com / < http://www.
    gorenje.com />

    Important information
    Tip, note



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    CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION

    4

    THE ELECTRIC OVEN

    7
    8

    Technical specifications
    Control unit

    10 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    11

    Before connecting the oven:

    12 BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME

    PREPARING THE
    APPLIANCE FOR
    THE FIRST USE

    13 SWITCHING ON THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
    13 Setting the clock
    14 STEPS OF THE COOKING PROCESS (1–7)
    14
    18
    19
    20
    20
    21
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    Step
    Step
    Step
    Step
    Step
    Step
    Step

    COOKING STEPS

    1: CHOOSING THE COOKING SYSTEM
    2: TIMER FUNCTIONS – DURATION
    3: SAVING THE PROGRAM
    4: START THE COOKING PROCESS
    5: END OF COOKING AND SWITCHING OFF THE OVEN
    6: SELECTING ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS/EXTRAS
    7: CHOOSING THE GENERAL SETTINGS

    24 DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS (COOKING MODES) AND COOKING
    TABLES
    41 MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
    42
    42
    43
    44
    45
    46
    48
    49

    Conventional oven cleaning
    Using the aqua clean function to clean the oven
    Removing and cleaning wire and telescopic extendible guides
    Installing the catalytic inserts
    Cleaning the oven cavity ceiling
    Removing and inserting the oven door
    Removing and inserting the oven door glass pane
    Replacing the bulb

    50 TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
    51 DISPOSAL

    MAINTENANCE
    & CLEANING

    TROUBLESHOOTING
    OTHER

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    52 COOKING TEST

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    THE ELECTRIC OVEN
    (DESCRIPTION OF THE OVEN AND EQUIPMENT – DEPENDING ON
    THE MODEL)
    The figure represents one of the built-in appliance models. Since the appliances for which
    these instructions were drawn up may have different equipment, some functions or
    equipment may be described in the manual that may not be present in your appliances.

    Control unit

    4
    3

    Guides
    - Cooking levels

    2
    1

    Oven door

    Oven handle

    WIRE GUIDES
    The wire guides allow preparation of the food on four levels (please note that the levels/
    guides are counted from the bottom up).
    Guides 3 and 4 are intended for grilling.

    TELESCOPIC PULL-OUT GUIDES
    Telescopic pull-out guides may be fitted for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th level.
    Pull-out guides can be partly or fully extendible.

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    OVEN DOOR SWITCH
    The switch deactivates oven heating and the fan when the oven door is opened during the
    cooking process. When the door is closed, the switch turns the heaters back on.

    COOLING FAN
    The appliance is fitted with a cooling fan that cools the housing and the appliance control
    panel.

    EXTENDED OPERATION OF THE COOLING FAN
    After the oven is switched off, the cooling fan continues to operate for a short while in
    order to cool the oven.

    OVEN EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES (depending on the model)
    GLASS BAKING DISH is used for cooking
    with all oven systems. It can also be used as
    a serving tray.
    The GRID is used for grilling or as support
    for a pan, baking tray or baking dish with
    the food.

    There is a safety latch on the grid.
    Therefore, lift the grid slightly at the front
    when pulling it out from the oven.
    The SHALLOW BAKING SHEET is used for
    baking pastry and cakes.

    The DEEP BAKING TRAY is used for roasting
    meat and baking moist pastry. It can also be
    used as a drip tray.

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    Never place the deep baking tray in the
    first guide during the cooking process, except
    when grilling food or using the roasting spit
    and you are only using the deep tray as a drip
    tray.

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    The grid or the tray should always be
    inserted into the groove between the two
    wire profiles.

    4
    3

    With telescopic extendible guides, first pull
    out the guides of one level and place the
    grid or the baking tray onto them. Then,
    push them in with your hand as far as they
    will go.

    2

    Close the oven door when the
    telescopic guides are retracted all the way
    into the oven.
    CATALYTIC INSERTS prevent the spraying
    fat from sticking to sides of the oven cavity.

    The ROTISSERIE (meat skewer) is used
    for roasting meat. The set consists of a
    skewer support, skewer with screws, and a
    removable handle.
    PROBE for roasting larger chunks of meat.

    The appliance and some of the accessible parts tend to heat up
    during cooking. Use oven mitts.

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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
    (DEPENDING ON THE MODEL)

    A
    B
    C
    D
    E
    F
    G

    Serial number
    Code/ID
    Type
    Brand
    Model
    Technical data
    Compliance symbols

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    The rating plate indicating the
    basic information about the
    appliance is located at the edge
    of the oven and it is visible when
    the oven door is opened.

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    CONTROL UNIT

    Increase value
    Decrease value
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    NOTE:
    The keys will respond better if you touch them with a larger area of your fingertip. Each
    time you press a key, a short acoustic signal will be sounded.
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    IMPORTANT SAFETY
    INSTRUCTIONS
    CAREFULLY READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAVE THEM
    FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
    This appliance may only be used by children aged 8 years
    and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
    mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
    supervision or instructions are provided to them concerning
    use of the appliance in a safe way and if they understand
    the hazards involved. Do not let the children play with the
    appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made
    by children without supervision.
    WARNING: The appliance and some of its accessible parts
    may become very hot during use. Be careful not to touch
    the heaters. Children younger than 8 years should be
    constantly supervised.
    The appliance becomes very hot during use. Be careful not
    to touch the oven heaters.
    WARNING: The accessible parts of the appliance may
    become hot during use. Children should be kept away from
    the oven.
    Only use the temperature probe recommended for use in
    this oven.
    WARNING: Before replacing the light bulb, make sure the
    appliance has been disconnected from the power mains, in
    order to prevent the hazard of an electric shock.
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    Do not use abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean
    the oven as they may damage the finish or the protective enamel
    coating. Such damages may lead to cracking of the glass.
    Do not use steam cleaners or high pressure cleaners to clean the
    appliance as this may result in an electric shock.
    The appliance is not intended to be controlled with external
    timers or special control systems.
    The appliance is intended for household
    use. Do not use it for any other purpose,
    such as room heating, drying of pets or
    other animals, paper, fabrics, herbs etc. as
    this may lead to injury or fire hazard.
    The appliance may only be connected to
    the power mains by an authorized service
    technician or expert. Tampering with
    the appliance or non-professional repair
    thereof may result in risk of severe injury
    or damage to the product. Any repairs
    may only be carried out by an authorized
    service technician or expert.
    If the power cords of other appliances
    located near this appliance are caught
    in the oven door, they may be damaged,
    which may in turn result in a short circuit.
    Therefore, keep the power cords of other
    appliances at a safe distance.

    Do not line the oven walls with aluminium
    foil and do not place baking trays or other
    cookware on the oven bottom. Aluminium
    foil would prevent air circulation in the
    oven, hinder the cooking process, and ruin
    the enamel coating.
    Oven door become very hot during
    operation. A third glass is installed for extra
    protection, reducing the temperature of the
    outside surface (only with some models).
    Oven door hinges may be damaged when
    under excessive load. Do not place heavy
    pans on open oven door and do not lean
    against open oven door when cleaning the
    oven cavity. Never stand on the open oven
    door and do not let children to sit on it.
    Make sure the vents are never covered or
    obstructed in any other way.

    If the power cord is damaged, it should
    be replaced by the manufacturer or an
    authorized service technician, in order to
    avoid hazard.

    BEFORE CONNECTING THE OVEN:

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    Carefully read the instructions for use before connecting the
    appliance. Repair or any warranty claim resulting from incorrect
    connection or use of the appliance shall not be covered by the
    warranty.

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    BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
    FOR THE FIRST TIME
    Upon receiving the appliance, remove all parts, including any transport equipment, from
    the oven.
    Clean all accessories and utensils with warm water and regular detergent. Do not use any
    abrasive cleaners.
    Before using the oven for the first time, heat it with the upper and lower heater system
    at 200 °C for approximately one hour. The characteristic "new appliance" scent will be
    released; make sure the room is well ventilated.

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    SWITCHING ON THE APPLIANCE
    FOR THE FIRST TIME
    SETTING THE CLOCK
    After connecting your appliance or after an extended power outage, 12:00 will flash on
    the display.
    Touch the
    (
    ) and (
    ) keys
    to set the time of
    day. Confirm the
    setting with the
    START/STOP key.

    If you press and hold the value adjustment key, the rate at which the set value is being
    changed will increase.

    The oven will also work if the clock is not set. However, timer functions are not
    available in this case (see chapter setting the timer functions). After a few minutes of
    idling, the appliance will switch to standby mode.

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    CHANGING THE CLOCK SETTING
    Clock settings may be changed when no timer function is activated (see chapter
    CHOOSING THE GENERAL SETTINGS).

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    STEPS OF THE COOKING
    PROCESS (1–7)
    STEP 1: CHOOSING THE COOKING SYSTEM
    The process of preparing food in your oven can be controlled in several ways:

    A) COOKING BY SELECTING THE OPERATING MODE
    (Professional mode)
    Use this mode when you wish to prepare any type and amount of food. All settings are
    selected by the user.
    Touch the (
    ) and
    (
    ) keys to select
    the cooking mode/
    system and oven
    temperature.

    COOKING SYSTEMS

    COOKING SYSTEMS

    The following extra functions can be selected as well:
    preheat
    cooking duration
    delayed start
    Touch the START key.

    Rising temperature will be indicated on the display until the selected temperature ,
    is reached. Cooking mode/system cannot be changed during operation; temperature,
    however, can be adjusted.
    PREHEATING
    Use the preheat function if you wish to heat the oven to the desired temperature as
    quickly as possible. Use the
    symbol to activate the pre-heating function. The symbol
    will flash. Do not insert the food yet.
    An acoustic signal is emitted when the selected temperature is reached. Open the door or
    confirm by pressing the START/STOP key. The symbol
    will disappear. The program
    then resumes the cooking process with selected settings.

    When the preheat function is set, delayed start function cannot be used.
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    COOKING SYSTEMS
    SYSTEM

    DESCRIPTION

    PRESET
    TEMPERATURE (°C)

    COOKING SYSTEMS
    UPPER AND BOTTOM HEATER
    The heaters in the bottom and in the ceiling of the oven cavity will
    radiate heat evenly into the oven interior. Pastry or meat can only
    be baked/roasted at a single height level.

    200

    UPPER HEATER
    Only the heater on the oven cavity ceiling will radiate heat. Use
    this heater to brown the upper side of the dish.

    150

    BOTTOM HEATER
    Only the heater on the bottom of the oven cavity will radiate heat.
    Use this heater to brown the lower side of the dish.

    160

    GRILL
    Only grill heater, a part of the large grill set, will operate.
    Use this heater to grill a few open sandwiches or beer sausages, or
    for toasting bread.

    240

    LARGE GRILL
    The upper heater and the grill heater will operate. The heat is
    radiated directly by the grill heater installed in the oven ceiling. To
    boost the heating effect, the upper heater is activated as well. This
    system is used for grilling a smaller amount of open sandwiches or
    beer sausages, and for toasting bread.

    240

    GRILL WITH FAN
    Grill heater and the fan will operate. This combination is used to
    grill meat and to roast larger chunks of meat or poultry at a single
    height level. It is also appropriate for dishes au gratin and for
    browning to a crispy crust.

    170

    HOT AIR AND BOTTOM HEATER
    Bottom heater, round heater, and the fan will operate. This is
    used to bake pizza, moist pastry, fruitcakes, leavened dough and
    shortcrust on several levels simultaneously.

    200

    3D HOT AIR
    Round heater and the fan will operate. The fan installed in the back
    wall of the oven cavity makes sure the hot air constantly circulates
    around the roast or pastry. This mode is used for roasting meat
    and baking pastry at several levels simultaneously.

    160

    ECO COOKING 1)
    In this mode, power consumption during the cooking process is
    optimized.
    This mode is used for roasting meat and baking pastry.

    160

    BOTTOM HEATER AND FAN
    This is used for baking leavened but low-rising pastry and for
    preserving fruit and vegetables.

    180

    1)

    It is used for determining the energy efficiency class pursuant to the EN 60350-1
    standard.

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    B) COOKING BY SELECTING THE TYPE OF FOOD (Auto
    mode)
    Touch the key to
    select the type of
    food. The selected
    symbol will be lit up.

    Preset values will
    appear which you
    can still adjust:
    - amount
    - cooking
    temperature
    - delayed start
    - cooking duration
    Touch the START key. Selected values will appear on the display.

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    PRESET COOKING
    TIME (H/MIN)

    AMOUNT (KG)

    GUIDE (FROM
    THE BOTTOM)

    3:00

    -

    2,3

    Bread

    190

    275

    0:50

    1

    2

    Pizza *

    200

    275

    0:20

    1x0,5

    2,3

    Cookies*

    160

    275

    0:20

    2×0.2

    2,3

    Chicken

    200

    275

    0:50

    0.5

    2

    Cutlets/chops,
    fish*

    240

    275

    0:18

    4:0,50

    3
    3*

    Crown roast

    180

    275

    1:25

    0,50

    2

    Cooking/baking in a smaller
    baking dish on the grid

    PRESET SYSTEM

    MAX. POSSIBLE
    TEMPERATURE
    40

    WARNING

    PRESET
    TEMPERATURE (°C)
    40

    TYPE OF FOOD/
    FUNCTION

    SYMBOL

    Yoghurt

    Place the yoghurt cups
    onto the grid. (The function
    is only effective with
    appropriate equipment).
    Cooking in a shallow tray.
    Cooking/baking in a shallow
    tray
    Cooking/baking in shallow
    trays on two levels
    simultaneously
    Cooking chicken on the grid in
    the second guide. Drip tray is
    in the bottom guide.
    Cooking on the grid in the
    second guide. Drip tray is in
    the bottom guide. Turn the
    meat shortly after the first half
    of the cooking time.

    Slow cooking

    100

    130

    4:00

    -

    2

    Cooking/roasting meat
    (pork, beef, veal). Place the
    meat into a covered baking
    dish and add herbs, spices,
    and vegetables.

    Automatic meat
    cooking – Auto
    Roast mode

    180

    275

    1:00

    -

    2

    Cooking various types of
    meat (steak, chops, fish)

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    time does not include the time required for preheating.

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    STEP 2: TIMER FUNCTIONS – DURATION
    Touch the (
    ) and
    ) keys to set the
    (
    cooking duration.

    COOKING DURATION

    DELAYED START

    Setting the cooking time
    In this mode, you can define the duration of oven operation (cooking
    time). Set the desired cooking time and confirm the setting. Cooking
    end time is adjusted accordingly.
    Press START to start the cooking process. All selected settings are
    indicated on the display.
    All timer functions can be cancelled by setting the time to "0".

    Setting the delayed start
    In this mode, you may specify the duration of the cooking process
    (cooking time) and the time when you wish the cooking process to
    stop (end time). Make sure the clock is accurately set to current time.
    Example:
    Current time: noon
    Cooking time: 2 hours
    End of cooking: 6 pm
    First, set the cooking time (cooking duration), i.e. 2 hours. The sum of
    the current time and cooking time is automatically displayed (2 pm).
    How, set the COOKING END TIME and set the time (6 PM). Press
    START to start the cooking process. The timer will wait for the start of
    the cooking process.

    When the set time expires, the oven will automatically stop operating (end of cooking).
    An acoustic signal will be heard which you may turn off by pressing the ALARM key. After one
    minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically.
    After a few minutes of idling, the appliance will switch to standby mode. The time of day will
    appear.

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    STEP 3: SAVING THE PROGRAM
    A) SAVING USER-DEFINED PROGRAMS (MY RECIPES)
    Touch the key to
    select the type of
    food and choose your
    own settings:
    - temperature
    - (amount)
    - cooking duration
    - delayed start
    Touch the
    key and hold it for three seconds to save your settings. The symbol for the
    selected type of food will flash twice.

    Your favourite recipes that you have previously stored in the memory can be retrieved
    and used at any time. Touch the
    key. All your stored programs will be displayed.

    B) SAVING THE PRESET VALUES OF THE OVEN SYSTEM
    Choose the oven
    system. Preset values
    will appear which you
    can still adjust:
    - temperature
    - Cooking duration
    - Delayed start
    key and hold it for 3 seconds to save the settings (they will light up twice).

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    STEP 4: START THE COOKING PROCESS
    Start the cooking process by pressing the START/STOP key and holding it for a while.
    If no timer function is selected, the cooking duration time, and the operation and
    temperature symbols will appear on the display unit.

    STEP 5: END OF COOKING AND
    SWITCHING OFF THE OVEN
    After the cooking process, all timer settings are also paused and cancelled. Time of day
    (clock) will be displayed. After five minutes of idling, the appliance will switch to standby
    mode.

    After the cooking process, all timer settings are also paused and cancelled, except for
    the minute minder. Time of day (clock) will be displayed. The cooling fan will continue to
    operate for a while.

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    STEP 6: SELECTING ADDITIONAL
    FUNCTIONS/EXTRAS
    Touch the key to
    select the cooking
    function

    Defrost
    In this mode, the air will circulate without any heaters operating.
    Only the fan will be activated. Use this function to slowly defrost
    frozen food (cakes, pastry, bread, rolls, and deep-frozen fruit).
    By selecting the relevant symbol you may specify the type of food,
    weight, or defrosting start and end time.
    Halfway through the defrost time, the pieces should be turned
    over, stirred and separated if they were frozen together.

    Dough – rising and proofing
    Use this function to rise or proof leavened dough. Optimum
    temperature is maintained which will stimulate the yeasts and
    speed up the rising process.

    Quick preheat
    Use the preheat function if you wish to heat the oven to the
    desired temperature as quickly as possible. This mode is not
    appropriate for cooking. When the oven heats up to the selected
    temperature, the preheat process is completed and the oven is
    ready for cooking with the selected cooking mode.

    Reheating:
    Reheating can be used to keep the food that is already cooked
    warm. Select the symbol to set the temperature, and reheating
    start and end time.

    Steam column

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    Use this function to simultaneously cook different types of food
    in dishes placed in a column. The food is cooked with steam
    rising form the food placed at the bottom. Place the dishes with
    higher food content (sauces, soups) into the first dish; place meat,
    vegetables, and sides into the second dish; and place the desserts
    into the third one. (The function is only effective with appropriate
    equipment).

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    STEP 7: CHOOSING THE GENERAL SETTINGS
    Touch the key to
    choose the setting.

    Aqua clean
    Use it to remove stains. Pour 0.6 l water into the deep baking tray
    and place it in the lower guide. After 30 minutes, food residues on
    the enamel surfaces will have softened and they will be easy to
    wipe off with a damp cloth.

    Setting the minute minder
    The minute minder can be used independently of the oven
    operation. Activate it by pressing the key. The longest possible
    setting is 10 hours. When the time expires, an acoustic signal will be
    heard which you may turn off by touching the CLOCK key. After
    one minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically.

    Oven lighting
    Oven lighting is switched on automatically when the door is
    opened or when the oven is switched on.
    After the end of the cooking process or when the door is closed,
    the light will remain on for another minute. The light inside the
    oven can be switched on or off by pressing the LIGHT key.

    CHILD LOCK
    Activate it by touching the LOCK key (key symbol) and holding it
    for a while. Touch the key again to deactivate the child lock.

    If the child lock is activated with no timer function engaged
    (only clock is displayed), then the oven will not operate.
    If the child lock is activated after a timer function has been set,
    then the oven will operate normally; however, it will not be possible
    to change the settings.
    When the child lock is activated, systems (cooking modes) or
    additional functions cannot be changed. Only the cooking/
    baking/roasting process can be stopped or switched off. Child
    lock remains active after the oven is switched off. To select a new
    system, the child lock must first be deactivated.
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    Time
    Set the time of day after the appliance is connected to the power
    mains for the first time or after being disconnected from the power
    mains for a longer period of time (more than one week).
    The clock can be set whenever the appliance is switched off by
    ) and
    pressing the ON/OFF key. Choose the setting using the (
    (
    ) arrows.

    Setting the contrast and sound, and
    resetting to factory settings
    The settings can be made when the
    symbol appears.
    Press the "light" symbol and hold it for eight seconds. "bri" appears
    on the display, along with two fully lit bars.

    Choose the setting using the (
    Touch the
    key to confirm.

    ) and (

    ) arrows.

    After a power outage or after switching off the appliance, all
    extra user settings are restored.

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    DESCRIPTIONS OF SYSTEMS
    (COOKING MODES) AND
    COOKING TABLES
    If your desired food cannot be found in the cooking table, find information for similar
    food.
    The information displayed applies to cooking in a single level.
    An interval of suggested temperature is indicated. Start with a lower temperature setting
    and increase it if you find the food is not browned sufficiently.
    Cooking times are rough estimates and may vary subject to some conditions.
    Only preheat the oven if required by the recipe of in the tables in this instruction manual.
    Heating an empty oven consumes a lot of energy. Hence, baking several types of pastry
    or several pizzas successively will save a lot of energy as the oven will already have been
    preheated.
    Use dark, black silicon-layered or enamel-coated baking sheets and trays as they conduct
    the heat very well.
    When cooking larger chunks of meat or pastry, a lot of steam will be generated inside the
    oven, which in turn may condense on the oven door. This is a normal phenomenon which
    will not affect the operation of the appliance. After the cooking process, wipe the door
    and the door glass dry.
    Do not cool the food in a closed oven to prevent condensation (dew).
    The asterisk (*) in the table means the oven should be preheated with the selected
    system.

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    UPPER AND BOTTOM HEATER
    The heaters in the bottom and in the ceiling
    of the oven cavity will radiate heat evenly
    into the oven interior.

    2

    Roasting meat:
    Use enamel coated, tempered glass, clay, or cast iron pan or tray. Stainless steel trays are
    not suitable as they strongly reflect the heat.
    Use enamel coated, tempered glass, clay, or cast iron pan or tray. Stainless steel trays are
    not suitable as they strongly reflect the heat.
    Food

    Weight (g)

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    MEAT
    Pork roast

    1500

    2

    190-200

    120-130

    Pork shoulder

    1500

    2

    190-200

    120-140

    Pork roulade

    1500

    2

    190-200

    120-140

    Meat loaf

    1500

    2

    200-210

    60-70

    Beef roast

    1500

    2

    190-210

    120-140

    Roast beef, well done

    1000

    2

    200-210

    40-60

    Veal roulade

    1500

    2

    180-200

    90-120

    Lamb sirloin

    1500

    2

    190-200

    100-120

    Rabbit loin

    1500

    2

    190-200

    100-120

    Deer shank

    1500

    2

    190-200

    100-120

    Pizza *

    /

    2

    220

    25

    Chicken

    1500

    2

    200

    80

    1000

    2

    210

    50-60

    FISH
    Braised fish

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    Use this system to roast chicken if your appliance does not have the
    Use this system to bake pizza if your appliance does not have the
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    Baking pastry
    Only use one level and dark baking sheets or trays. In light-coloured baking sheets or
    trays, the browning of the pastry will be poorer, as such equipment will reflect the heat.
    Always place the baking trays on the grid. If you are using the supplied baking sheet,
    remove the grid. Cooking time will be shorter if the oven is preheated.

    Food

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    Vegetable soufflé

    2

    190-200

    30-35

    Sweet soufflé

    2

    190-200

    30-35

    Rolls *

    2

    200-220

    30-40

    Bread *

    2

    180-190

    50-60

    White bread *

    2

    180-190

    50-60

    Buckwheat bread *

    2

    180-190

    50-60

    Whole grain bread *

    2

    180-190

    50-60

    Rye bread *

    2

    180-190

    50-60

    Spelt bread *

    2

    180-190

    50-60

    Walnut cake

    2

    180

    55-60

    Sponge cake *

    2

    160-170

    25-30

    Cheesecake

    2

    170-180

    65-75

    Cupcakes

    2

    170-180

    25-30

    Small pastries made with yeast dough

    2

    200-210

    25-30

    Cabbage pirozhki*

    2

    185-195

    25-35

    Fruitcake

    2

    150-160

    40-50

    PASTRY

    Meringue cookies

    2

    90

    120

    Jelly-filled rolls (Buchtel)

    2

    170-180

    30-35

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    Cooking error

    Tip

    Is the cake done?

    • Pierce the cake at the top with a wooden toothpick or
    skewer. If there are no traces on the pick or the skewer
    when pulled out, the cake is done.

    Did the cake collapse?

    • Check the recipe.
    • Next time, use less liquid.
    • Note the mixing time when using small mixers, blenders
    etc.

    The cake is too light at
    the bottom?

    • Use a dark-coloured baking sheet or tray.
    • Place the baking sheet one guide lower and switch on the
    lower heater towards the end of the cooking progress.

    Cake with moist stuffing
    is underdone?

    • Increase temperature and extend baking time.

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    LARGE GRILL, GRILL
    When grilling food with the large grill, the
    upper heater and the grill heater fitted on
    the ceiling of the oven cavity will operate.
    When grilling food, the upper heater and
    the grill heater fitted on the ceiling of the
    oven cavity will operate.

    Preheat the infrared (grill) heater for five minutes.
    Supervise the cooking process at all times. The meat may burn quickly due to high
    temperature.
    Roasting with the grill heater is suitable for crispy and low-fat cooking of bratwurst, cuts
    of meat and fish (steaks, escalopes, salmon steaks or fillets etc.) or toasted bread.
    When grilling directly on the grid, smear it with oil to prevent the meat from sticking onto
    it and insert it into the 4th guide. Insert the drip tray in to the 1st or 2nd guide. When
    grilling in a baking tray, make sure there is enough liquid in the tray to prevent burning.
    Turn the meat during cooking.
    After grilling, clean the oven, the accessories, and the utensils.
    Grilling table – small grill
    Type of food

    Weight (g)

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    18-21

    MEAT
    Beefsteak, rare
    Pork neck fillet

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    18-22

    Cutlets/chops

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    20-22

    Grill sausages

    100 g / piece

    3

    240

    11-14

    Toast

    /

    4

    240

    3-4

    Open sandwiches

    /

    4

    240

    5-7

    TOASTED BREAD

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    Grilling table – large grill
    Type of food

    Weight (g)

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    Beefsteak, rare

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    14-16

    Beefsteak, well done

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    18-21

    Pork neck fillet

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    19-23

    Cutlets/chops

    180 g / piece

    3

    240

    20-24

    Veal escalope

    180 g / slice

    3

    240

    19-22

    Grill sausages

    100 g / piece

    3

    240

    11-14

    Spam (Leberkäse)

    200 g / piece

    3

    240

    9-15

    600

    3

    240

    19-22

    MEAT

    FISH
    Salmon steaks/fillets
    TOASTED BREAD
    6 slices of white bread

    /

    4

    240

    1.5-3

    4 slices of mixed grain
    bread

    /

    4

    240

    2-3

    Open sandwiches

    /

    4

    240

    3.5-7

    Always keep the oven door closed when using the grill (infrared) heater.
    Grill heater, grid, and other oven accessories get very hot during grilling. Therefore, use
    oven mitts and meat tongs.

    Always keep the oven door closed when using the grill (infrared)
    heater.

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    Cooking with the rotisserie (depending on the model)
    Maximum temperature when using the rotisserie is 240°C.

    1

    Insert the skewer support into the 3rd
    guide from the bottom and place the
    deep tray into the bottom (1st) guide to
    serve as a drip tray.

    2

    Impale the meat on the skewer and
    tighten the screws.

    3

    Place the skewer handle on the front
    skewer support and insert the tip
    into the opening in the right hand side of
    the rear oven cavity wall (the opening is
    protected with a rotating cover).

    4

    Undo the skewer handle and close the
    oven door.

    Switch on the oven and select the LARGE
    GRILL system.

    The grill will only operate when the oven door is closed.
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    GRILL WITH FAN
    In this operating mode, the grill heater and
    the fan operate simultaneously. Suitable for
    grilling meat, fish, and vegetables.
    (See descriptions and tips for GRILL.)

    Type of food

    Weight
    (g)

    Guide level
    (from the
    bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (min)

    Duck *

    2000

    2

    150-170

    80-100

    Pork roast

    1500

    2

    160-170

    60-85

    Pork shoulder

    1500

    2

    150-160

    120-160

    Pork shank

    1000

    2

    150-160

    120-140

    Half of chicken

    600

    2

    180-190

    25 (one side)
    20 (other side)

    Chicken*

    100

    2

    190

    30 (one side)
    30 (other side)

    200g/piece

    2

    170-180

    45-50

    MEAT

    Trout*

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    HOT AIR AND BOTTOM HEATER
    The bottom heater, the round heater, and
    the hot air fan will operate. Suitable for
    baking pizzas, apple pies, and fruitcakes.
    (See descriptions and tips for UPPER and
    BOTTOM HEATER.)

    2

    Food

    Guide (from the
    bottom)

    Temperature (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    Cheesecake, short crust

    2

    150-160

    65-80

    Pizza *

    2

    200-210

    15-20

    Quiche Lorraine,
    shortcrust

    2

    180-200

    35-40

    Apple pie, leavened
    dough

    2

    150-160

    35-40

    Apple strudel, phyllo
    dough

    2

    170-180

    45-65

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    Roasting with the meat probe (depending on the model)
    In this mode, set the desired temperature of the food core. The oven operates until the
    food core reaches the set temperature. Temperature core is measured by the temperature
    probe.

    1

    Remove the metal cap (the socket is
    located in the front upper corner of the
    oven right wall).

    2

    Connect the meat probe plug to the
    socket and stick the probe into the
    food. (If any timer settings were activated,
    they will be cancelled.)

    When the probe is connected, "Prob" will
    appear on the display unit. Set the desired
    temperature. Touch the START key.

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    During cooking, the rising temperature of the core will be displayed (the desired core
    temperature may be adjusted in the range from 30 to 99 °C during the cooking process).
    When the set core temperature is reached, the cooking process will stop.
    An acoustic signal will be heard which you may turn off by touching any key. After one
    minute, the acoustic signal will be switched off automatically. Clock will appear on the
    display.
    After the cooking process, replace the metal cap of the meat probe socket.

    Type of food

    Weight (g)

    Guide (from the
    bottom)

    Food core
    temperature

    1000

    3

    55-75*

    Chicken, whole

    1500

    3

    85-90

    Chicken, whole

    2000

    3

    85-90

    Turkey

    4000

    3

    85-90

    MEAT
    Beef tenderloin

    Pork roast

    1700

    3

    70-85

    Meat loaf

    1000

    3

    75-80

    Veal

    1000

    3

    55-75

    Lamb

    1000

    3

    70-80

    Venison

    1000

    3

    70-80

    Fish

    1000

    3

    75-85

    * rare = 55–60 °C; medium = 65–70 °C; well done = 70–75 °C

    Only use the probe intended for use with your oven. Make sure
    the probe does not touch the heater during cooking. After the
    cooking process, the probe will be very hot. Take care to prevent
    burning.
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    360° HOT AIR
    Round heater and the fan will operate. The
    fan installed in the back wall of the oven
    cavity makes sure the hot air constantly
    circulates around the roast or pastry.
    2

    Roasting meat:
    Use enamel coated, tempered glass, clay, or cast iron pan or tray. Stainless steel trays are
    not suitable as they strongly reflect the heat.
    Provide enough liquid during the cooking process to prevent the meat from burning. Turn
    the meat during roasting. The roast will remain juicier if you cover it.
    Food

    Weight (g)

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    Pork roast, including
    skin

    1500

    2

    170-180

    140-160

    Pork belly

    1500

    2

    170-180

    120-150

    Duck

    1700

    2

    160-170

    120-150

    Goose

    4000

    2

    150-160

    180-200

    Turkey

    5000

    2

    150-170

    180-220

    Chicken breast

    1000

    2

    180-190

    70-85

    Stuffed chicken

    1500

    2

    170-180

    100-120

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    Baking pastry
    Preheating is recommended.
    Biscuits and cookies can be baked in shallow baking sheets on several levels simultaneously
    (2nd and 3rd).
    Note that baking time can differ even with if the baking sheets used are the same. The biscuits
    in the upper baking sheet may be ready sooner than those in the lower one.
    Always place the baking trays on the grid. If you are using the supplied baking sheet, remove
    the grid.
    For even browning, make sure the biscuits are of the same thickness.
    Food

    Guide (from the
    bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    2

    150-160

    45-60

    Sponge cake

    2

    150-160

    25-35

    Crumble cake

    2

    160-170

    25-35

    PASTRY
    Cake

    Fruit cake, sponge

    2

    150-160

    45-65

    Plum cake

    2

    150-160

    30-40

    Sponge roll*

    2

    160-170

    15-25

    Fruit cake, short crust

    2

    160-170

    50-70

    Challah (braided yeast bun)

    2

    160-170

    35-50

    Apple strudel

    2

    170-180

    40-60

    Pizza *

    2

    190-210

    25-45

    Biscuits, short crust

    2

    150-160

    15-25

    Biscuits, pressed

    2

    150-160

    15-28

    Cookies, leavened

    2

    170-180

    10-20

    Cookies, phyllo dough

    2

    170-180

    20-30

    Cream-filled pastry

    2

    180-190

    25-45

    Yoghurt

    2

    40

    240

    Apple and cottage cheese
    strudel

    2

    170-180

    50-70

    Pizza

    2

    170-180

    20-30

    Fried potatoes, oven-ready

    2

    170-180

    20-35

    Croquettes, oven-baked

    2

    170-180

    20-35

    Cream-filled pastry

    2

    180-190

    25-45

    PASTRY – FROZEN

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    ECO COOKING
    Round heater and the fan will operate. The
    fan installed in the back wall of the oven
    cavity makes sure the hot air constantly
    circulates around the roast or pastry.
    2

    Type of food

    Guide level
    (from the
    bottom)

    Temperature
    (°C)

    Cooking time
    (min)

    Pork roast, 1 kg

    2

    180

    140-160

    Pork roast, 2 kg

    2

    180

    150-180

    Beef roast, 1 kg

    2

    190

    120-140

    Whole fish, 200 g/piece

    2

    180

    40-50

    Fish fillet, 100 g/piece

    2

    190

    25-30

    Pressed cookies*

    2

    160

    20-25

    Small cupcakes

    2

    170

    25-35

    Sponge roll

    2

    170

    25-30

    Fruit cake, short crust

    2

    170

    55-65

    Potatoes au gratin

    2

    170

    40-50

    Lasagne

    2

    180

    40-50

    MEAT

    FISH

    PASTRY

    VEGETABLES

    FROZEN FOOD
    Pommes frites, 1 kg

    2

    200

    25-40

    Chicken medallions, 0.7 kg

    2

    200

    25-35

    Fish sticks, 0.6 kg

    2

    200

    20-30

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    BOTTOM HEATER AND FAN
    This is used for baking leavened but lowrising pastry and for preserving fruit and
    vegetables. Use the second guide from the
    bottom and a rather shallow baking tray
    to allow the hot air to circulate across the
    upper side of the dish.

    2

    Type of food

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    Temperature

    Cooking time
    (minutes)

    FRUIT
    Strawberries

    2

    180

    20-30

    Stone fruits

    2

    180

    25-40

    Fruit mush

    2

    180

    25-40

    Pickled gherkins

    2

    180

    25-40

    Beans/carrots

    2

    180

    25-40

    VEGETABLES

    PRESERVATION
    Prepare the food to be preserved and jars as usual. Use jars with a rubber sealing ring and
    a glass cover. Do not use jars with threaded or metal caps or metal tins. Make sure the jars
    are of equal size, filled with the same contents, and tightly sealed.
    Pour 1 litre of hot water into the deep tray (approx. 70°C) and place 6 1-litre jars into the
    tray. Place the tray into the oven on the second guide.
    During preservation, observe the food and cook until the liquid in the jars starts to simmer
    – when bubbles appear in the first jar.

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    Food

    Amount (L)

    T = 170 °C –
    180 °C until
    bubbles
    appear in the
    jars / until
    liquid in the
    jars starts to
    simmer

    Temperature
    at the start of
    simmering –
    when bubbles
    appeared

    Resting time
    in the oven
    (min)

    FRUIT
    Strawberries

    6×1 l

    40-55

    switch off

    25

    Stone fruits

    6×1 l

    40-55

    switch off

    30

    Fruit mush

    6×1 l

    40-55

    switch off

    35

    Pickled gherkins

    6×1 l

    40-55

    switch off

    30

    Beans, carrots

    6×1 l

    40-55

    120°C, 60min

    30

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    AUTOMATIC COOKING OF MEAT – AUTO ROAST MODE
    In the automatic meat cooking mode (Auto
    Roast), the upper heater will operate in
    combination with the round heater. It is
    used for roasting all types of meat.

    In the Auto Roast mode, the upper heater will operate in combination with the grill heater
    and the round heater. It is used for roasting all types of meat.
    When grilling directly on the grid, smear it with oil to prevent the meat from sticking onto
    it and insert it into the 3rd guide. Insert a drip tray into the 2nd guide. When roasting meat
    in a baking tray, insert it into the 2nd guide.
    Type of food

    Weight
    (g)

    Guide
    (from the
    bottom)

    Temperature

    Cooking
    time
    (minutes)

    Food core
    temperature

    Beef tenderloin

    1000

    3

    190-210

    45-55

    55-75*

    Chicken, whole

    1500

    3

    170-190

    60-70

    85-90

    MEAT

    Chicken, whole

    2000

    3

    170-190

    90-110

    85-90

    Turkey

    4000

    3

    160-180

    150-180

    85-90

    Pork roast

    1700

    3

    150-170

    100-120

    70-85

    Meat loaf

    1000

    3

    160-180

    70-80

    75-80

    Veal

    1000

    3

    170-190

    100-120

    55-75

    Lamb

    1000

    3

    170-190

    50-60

    70-80

    Venison

    1000

    3

    170-190

    55-65

    70-80

    Fish

    1000

    3

    160-180

    35-55

    75-85

    * rare = 55–60 °C; medium = 65–70 °C; well done = 70–75 °C

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    MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
    Be sure to unplug the appliance from the power supply and wait
    for the appliance to cool down.
    Children should not clean the appliance or perform maintenance
    tasks without proper supervision.

    Aluminium finish
    Clean the aluminium finish with non-abrasive liquid cleaners intended for such surfaces.
    Apply the cleaner onto a wet cloth and clean the surface. Then, rinse the surface with
    water. Do not apply the cleaner directly onto the aluminium finish.
    Do not use abrasive cleaners or sponges.
    Note: The surface should not come into contact with oven cleaning sprays as this may
    result in visible and permanent damage.

    Stainless steel sheet front side of the housing
    (depending on the model)
    Clean this surface only with a mild detergent (soapsuds) and a soft sponge that will not
    scratch the finish. Do not use abrasive cleaners or cleaners containing solvents as they
    may damage the housing finish.

    Lacquer-coated surfaces and plastic parts
    (depending on the model)
    Do not clean the knobs and buttons, door handles, stickers, and rating/type plates with
    abrasive cleaners or abrasive cleaning materials, alcohol-based cleaners, or with alcohol.
    Immediately remove any stains with a soft non-abrasive cloth and some water, in order to
    avoid damaging the surface.
    You may also use cleaners and cleaning materials intended for such surfaces as instructed
    by their respective manufacturers.

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    CONVENTIONAL OVEN CLEANING
    You may use the standard cleaning procedure to clean stubborn dirt in the oven (using
    cleaners or an oven spray). After such cleaning, rinse the cleaner residues thoroughly.
    Clean the oven and the accessories after each use to prevent the dirt from burning into the
    surface. The easiest way to remove fat is by using warm soapsuds while the oven is still warm.
    With stubborn dirt and grime, use conventional oven cleaners. Rinse the oven thoroughly with
    clean water to remove all cleaner residue.
    Never use aggressive cleaners, abrasive cleaners, abrasive sponges, stain and rust removers
    etc.
    Clean the accessories (baking sheets and trays, grids etc.) with hot water and detergent.
    The oven, the oven cavity and the baking trays are lined with a special enamel coating for a
    smooth and resistant surface. This special coating makes cleaning at room temperature easier.

    USING THE AQUA CLEAN FUNCTION TO
    CLEAN THE OVEN
    Pour 0.6 l water into the deep baking tray and place it in the lower guide.

    Touch the Aqua
    Clean key and set
    the temperature to
    70°C.

    Touch the START key. An acoustic signal will be emitted when the cleaning process is
    complete.

    After 30 minutes, food residues on the oven enamel walls will have softened and they
    will be easy to clean with a damp cloth.

    Use the Aqua Clean system when the oven has fully cooled down.

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    REMOVING AND CLEANING WIRE AND
    TELESCOPIC EXTENDIBLE GUIDES
    Only use conventional cleaners to clean the guides.

    A Hold the guides by the bottom side and
    pull them towards the center of the oven
    cavity.
    B Remove them from the openings at the
    top.

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    INSTALLING THE CATALYTIC INSERTS
    Only use conventional cleaners to clean the guides.

    Remove the wire guides or extendible
    guides.

    1

    Mount the guides onto the catalytic
    insert.

    2

    Hang the inserts with guides attached
    using the holes provided, and pull
    upwards.

    When installing fully extendible guides
    with catalytic inserts, insert one end of the
    supplied snap locks into the openings at the
    bottom of the oven cavity wall and insert
    the other end of the snap locks into the
    guides.
    The purpose of the snap locks is to hold the
    guides in place more firmly.

    Do not wash the catalytic inserts in the dishwasher.

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    CLEANING THE OVEN CAVITY CEILING
    (depending on the model)
    Upper grill heater is foldable to allow easier cleaning of the oven cavity ceiling. Before
    cleaning the oven, remove the trays, the grid, and the guides.

    Pull the heater until the cross bar is released
    from the supports on the left and right hand
    side of the oven cavity.

    Never use the heater when folded/
    lowered. After cleaning, observe the same
    procedure in the reverse order to push back
    the heater until the cross bar snaps back
    into place.

    Disconnect the appliance from the power mains.

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    REMOVING AND INSERTING THE OVEN
    DOOR
    SOFT DOOR CLOSING (depending on the model)
    Oven door is fitted with a system that dampens the door closing force, starting at the
    75-degree angle. It allows simple, quiet, and smooth closing of the door. A gentle push
    (to a 15-degree angle relative to the closed door position) is enough for the door to close
    automatically and softly.

    If the force applied to close the door is too strong, the effect of
    the system is reduced or the system will be bypassed for safety.

    1

    First, fully open the door (as far as it will
    go).

    2

    A Rotate the stoppers all the way back
    (in case of conventional closing).
    B With soft closing system, rotate the
    stoppers back by 90°.

    3

    Slowly close the door until the stoppers
    are aligned with the hinge beds. At the
    angle of 15° (relative to the closed door
    position), slightly lift the door and pull it out
    from both hinge beds on the appliance.

    To replace the door, observe the
    reverse order. If the door does not open or
    close properly, make sure the notches on
    the hinges are aligned with the hinge beds.

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    are correctly placed in the hinge beds to prevent sudden closing
    of the main hinge which is connected to a strong main spring. If
    the main spring is engaged, there is a risk of injury.
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    MECHANICAL DOOR LOCK (depending on the model)
    Open the door lock by gently pushing it to the right with your thumb while simultaneously
    pulling the door outwards.

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    When the oven door is closed, the door lock automatically
    returns to the initial position.

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    REMOVING AND INSERTING THE OVEN
    DOOR GLASS PANE
    Oven door glass pane can be cleaned from the inside, but it has to be removed first.
    Remove the oven door (see chapter "Removing and replacing the oven door").

    1

    Slightly lift the supports on the left and
    right side of the door (marking 1 on the
    support) and pull them away from the glass
    pane (marking 2 on the support).

    2

    Hold the door glass pane by the lower
    edge; slightly lift it so that it is no longer
    attached to the support; and remove it.

    3

    To remove the third glass pane (only
    with some models), lift and remove it.
    Also remove the rubber seals on the glass
    pane.

    To replace the glass pane, observe the
    reverse order. The markings (semicircle) on
    the door and the glass pane should overlap.

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    REPLACING THE BULB
    The bulb is a consumable and therefore not covered by warranty. Before changing the
    bulb, remove the trays, the grid, and the guides.

    (Halogen lamp: G9, 230 V, 25 W; regular bulb E14 25W 230V)

    Use a flat screwdriver to release the bulb
    cover and remove it. Remove the bulb.

    Be careful not to damage the enamel.

    Undo the bulb cover and remove the bulb.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
    Problem/error

    Solution

    There is no response of
    the sensors; the display is
    frozen.

    Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a few
    minutes (undo the fuse or switch off the main switch);
    then, reconnect the appliance and switch it on.

    The main fuse in your home
    trips often.

    Call a service technician.

    The oven lighting does not
    work.

    The process of changing the light bulb is described in the
    chapter Cleaning and Maintenance.

    The pastry is underdone.

    Did you choose the right temperature and heating
    system?
    Is the oven door closed?

    An error code is displayed
    (E1, E2, E3 etc.).

    • There is an error in the electronic module operation.
    Disconnect the appliance from the power mains for a
    few minutes. Then, reconnect it and set the time of day.
    • If the error is still indicated, call a service technician.

    If the problems persist despite observing the advice above, call
    an authorized service technician. Repair or any warranty claim
    resulting from incorrect connection or use of the appliance shall
    not be covered by the warranty. In this case, the user will cover the
    cost of repair.

    Before the repair, disconnect the appliance from the power mains
    (by removing the fuse or by removing the plug from the wall
    outlet).
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    DISPOSAL
    Packaging is made of environmentally friendly materials that can
    be recycled, disposed of, or destroyed without any hazard to
    the environment. To this end, packaging materials are labelled
    appropriately.
    The symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that the
    product should not be treated as normal household waste. The
    product should be taken to an authorized collection center for
    waste electric and electronic equipment processing.
    Correct disposal of the product will help prevent any negative
    effects on the environment and health of people which could occur
    in case of incorrect product removal. For detailed information on
    removal and processing of the product, please contact the relevant
    municipal body in charge of waste management, your waste
    disposal service, or the store where you bought the product.

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    COOKING TEST
    Food tested in compliance with the EN 60350-1 standard.

    Conventional baking
    Dish

    Equipment

    Cookies –
    single level*

    Shallow
    enamelcoated
    baking sheet

    Cookies – two
    levels*

    Temperature (°C)

    Cooking
    time
    (minutes)

    2

    140

    20-35

    Shallow
    enamelcoated
    baking sheet

    2 and 3

    140

    20-35

    Cookies – three
    levels

    Shallow
    enamelcoated
    baking sheet

    2, 3, 4

    140

    20-35

    Cupcakes –
    single level

    Shallow
    enamelcoated
    baking sheet

    2

    140

    40-55

    Cupcakes –
    two levels

    Shallow
    enamelcoated
    baking sheet

    2 and 3

    140

    30-45

    Cupcakes –
    three levels

    Shallow
    enamelcoated
    baking sheet

    2, 3, 4

    140

    30-45

    Cake

    Round metal
    mould/
    Wire shelf
    (support
    grid)

    2

    160

    20-30

    Apple pie

    Round metal
    mould/
    Wire shelf
    (support
    grid)

    2

    180

    40-50

    * Preheat for 10 minutes.

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    Grill
    Dish

    Equipment

    Toast*

    Wire shelf/
    grid

    Minced
    meat patty
    (pljeskavica)*

    Wire shelf
    (support
    grid) +
    shallow
    baking
    sheet as
    drip tray

    Guide (from
    the bottom)

    System

    Temperature (°C)

    Cooking
    time
    (minutes)

    4

    240

    0:30-2:30

    4

    240

    15-25

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