Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product U3100-4 AEG
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COMPETENCE U3100-4 Built-under Electric Double Oven Installation and Operating Instructions PERFECT IN FORM AND FUNCTION.
2 Thes e warnings are pro vided i n the i nterests of your saf ety. Ens ure that you und erstand them all bef ore instal ling or using the applianc e. Your safet y is of param ount im portance. If you are unsure a bout a ny of the infor m ation in this book contac t the Custom er Care Depart ment.
3 CONTENTS FOR THE USER Important Safety Information 2 Description of the Appliance 4 Getting to Kno w Your Applianc e 5 Grill and Ove n Furn iture 6 Before Us ing T he Appl iance 7 Rating Plate 7 Pre.
4 DESCRIPTION OF THE A PPLI A NCE BUILT-UNDER ELECTRIC DOUBLE OVE N Your bui lt-under app liance c om prises of a conve ntiona l oven an d dual grill in the top com partm ent. The m ain fan o ven can b e autom atic ally cont rolled b y the e lectron ic tim er.
5 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR A PPLI A NCE THE CONTROL PANEL Main Oven Indicator Neon Second Oven/Gr ill Selector Indicator Neon Electron ic time r Second Oven/Gr ill Indicator Neon Second Oven/Gr ill Select.
6 The follo wing item s of oven fur niture ha ve be en supplied with th e applia nce:- 1 grill pan 1 grill pan handl e 1 grill pan grid 1 straig ht she lf f or grill ing and Secon d Oven c ook ing 2 s.
7 RA TING PLA TE This is situated on th e lower f ront f ram e of the applianc e and can be se en upo n open ing the door. Alternat ivel y the rat ing plate m a y also be found on the back or top of som e m odels (where ap plic able). The appl iance m us t be protecte d b y a suitabl y rat ed fuse or circuit break er.
8 KEY A COOK TIME B END TIM E C COUNTDOWN DT I M E E DECRE ASE CONTROL F SELECT OR CONT ROL G INCREASE CONTROL NOTE: The time of day must be set before the main oven will operate manual ly. 1. HOW TO SET THE TIME OF DA Y The oven has a 24 hour c lock .
9 TO CANCEL THE COUNTDOWN If you change your m ind and want to c ancel the 'Countdown' , press the Selec tor Contr ol button unti l the 'Count down' in dicat or neon ( ) flashes and then the dec rease c ontrol ( - ) unt il 0.00 sho ws in the displa y as Fig.
10 B) TO SET THE TIMER TO SWITCH OFF ONLY i) Ensure t he elec tric ity s upply is s witched O N an d that the correct tim e of day is displ ayed, e.g. 10.
11 WARNING – Accessible parts b ecome hot when the grill is in u se. Keep children away. The gr ill is a dual cir cuit gr ill wh ich m eans that t he f ull area of the grill can b e used , or for econom y purposes, the c entre s ection o nl y can be used when cook ing sm aller quan tities of f ood.
12 THE GRILL PAN AND HANDLE The grill pan has a rem ovabl e hand le. To insert the handl e, press th e button on the handl e with the thumb and pivot s lightl y upwards insert ing the lip into the widest par t of the brac ket. Mo ve the handle towards the lef t, lo wer into pos itio n and release the butt on.
13 · Preheat t he gr ill on f ull set tin g for a f ew m inutes to seal m eat or f or toastin g. Adj ust the h eat setting an d the s helf pos ition as neces sar y duri ng cook ing.
14 The s econd oven is the s m aller of the t wo o vens. It is heate d b y elements in the t op and bott om of the oven. It is designed f or c ooking s m aller quant ities of food. It gives esp ecia lly good res ults if used to cook fruit c akes , sweet and sa vour y flans or quic he.
15 HINTS AND TIP S · Single lev el co oking gi ves best resu lts. If you require m ore than one level of c ooking use the ma in fan oven . · The m iddle shelf allo ws for the best heat distributi on. To i ncreas e base br owni ng sim ply lower t he shelf posit ion.
16 The oven tem peratures ar e int ended as a guid e onl y. It ma y be n ecess ary t o inc rease or d ecreas e th e temper atures b y a further 10°C t o suit indivi dual pr efer ences and requir em ents. Note: Shelf posit ions are cou nted f rom the bot tom upwards.
17 The Fan oven is part icular ly suit able f or cook ing larger quantit ies of f ood. The adva ntages of Fan oven cook ing ar e: PREHEA TING The Fan o ven qu ick ly reaches its tem per ature so i t is not usually necess ary to preheat the o ven.
18 TO FIT THE MA IN F AN OVEN SHELVES The s helves shou ld be f itted with the stra ight rods upperm ost on the f ram e and the form s towar ds the back of the ove n. To r emove a she lf s lide the shelf to wards you unt il the shelf stop is r eac hed.
19 The oven tem peratures ar e int ended as a guid e onl y. It ma y be n ecess ary t o inc rease or d ecreas e th e temper atures b y a further 10°C t o suit indivi dual pr efer ences and requir em ents. Note: Shelf posit ions are cou nted f rom the bot tom of the ov en.
20 INTERNAL T EMPERAT URES – Rare : 50-60 °C; Med ium : 60-70°C; W ell done : 70-80°C MEAT T EMPERAT URE COOKING TIME Beef/ Beef boned 160-180°C 20-35 m inutes per ½kg ( 1lb) and 20-35 m inut e.
21 This main oven f uncti on enables you to def rost m ost foods without heat f aster than s om e convent ional methods as the o ven fan c irculates air arou nd t he food. It is part icular ly suit able for delicate f ro zen foods which are to be s er ved cold e.
22 Before cleaning alw ays allow the coolin g fan to cool the appliance down before switching off at the elec tricity supply. CLEANING MATERI ALS Before us ing an y cleani ng m aterials on your applianc e, check that t he y are suita ble and th at th eir use is rec omm ended b y the m anufac turer.
23 CLEANING INSIDE THE OVENS The s ides and bac k of the grill/s eco nd oven a nd m ain oven com partm ents ar e coated with a s pecial Staycle an coatin g. T he y should not be cl eaned manuall y. The vitre ous en am el m ain oven base and gri ll compar tment base c an be cleaned usin g norm al oven cleaners with car e.
24 CLEANING THE OUTER AND INNER DOOR GLASS PA NELS To p revent d amaging or w eakening the door glass panels avoid the us e of the following: · Household dete rgents and bleach es · Impregnated p ad.
25 TO REPLACE THE OUTER DOOR GLA SS 1. Holding the oven glass with bot h hands, gentl y place the locat ors into th e holes of th e brack ets at the bottom of the oven do or. 2. Holdin g the door gl ass with your l eft han d, use your right hand t o open t he oven d oor.
26 REPLACING AN OVEN LIGHT BULB Disconnect t he app liance fro m the electrici ty supply before replacing the bulb. The t ype of bulb r equired is a 300°C, 25 watt sm all Edison Sc rew. 1. Make sure the appli ance is cool bef ore you replace a bulb .
27 Please car ry out the follo wing chec k s on your applianc e bef ore cal ling a Servic e Eng ineer. I t m ay be that the problem is a s im ple one which you can s olv e yourse lf witho ut the ex pens e of a service call.
28 SERVICE AND SPARE PARTS In the event of your appl iance r equir ing ser vice, or if you wish to purc hase spar e parts, pleas e cont act your local Service F orce C entre by telep honing : - 0870 5 929929 Your tel ephone ca ll will be a utom aticall y routed t o the Ser vic e Force Ce ntre co vering your post co de area.
29 Standard guarantee conditions AEG of fer the follo wing guar antee to the f irst purc haser of this applianc e: 1. The guarant ee is valid for 12 m onths c omm encing when the ap pliance is ha nded over to th e firs t retail purchaser , whic h m ust be ver ified by purc hase in voic e or sim ilar d ocum entatio n.
30 Voltage: 230-240 Vol ts AC 50Hz W attage: 4.9-5.3kW Height: 720 mm W idth: 593 mm Depth: 585 m m (excludin g hand les a nd knobs ) W eight: 50k g This appli ance co mplies with: Eur opean Council Di rectiv e 73/23/ EEC. ECM Di rective 89/336 /EEC. CE Marking Dire ctive 93/ 68/EE C.
31 INST A LL A TION INSTRUCTIONS WARNINGS · This ap pliance must b e instal led b y a qualified electricia n/competent person. Safety may be impaired if installation i s not ca rried out in acco rdance w ith these inst ructio ns. · This appliance must b e earthed.
32 THINGS TO NOTE · This appliance is des igned t o be f itted between cabinets with the rec omm ended dim ensions as shown in F ig. 3 & 4. · If there is an ex isting hous ing unit i t m ust be rem oved.
33 HOW TO FINISH UNPACKING · Place pack ed applianc e next to the s pace in which it will be ins talled . · Remove the appli ance pack ing except f or bo ttom tray which s houl d be lef t in pos ition unt il the applianc e is re ad y to be fitted into its cab inet.
34 CONNECTING TO THE MAINS TERMINAL Warning: This applia n ce must b e earthed . · W e recommend you use a new l ength of 6mm 2 twin core and eart hed cabl e to ensure y o ur safe ty .
35 FITTING INTO THE SPA CE BETWEEN CABINETS IMPO RT A NT: Ensure t hat th e oven is swit ched off at the w all befo re an y furt her work is car ried out . · Position the appliance in front of the c abinet. See Fig. 12. · Tak e out all ove n fur niture bef ore insta llatio n to reduce the weig ht you need to l ift.
IMP OR T A NT NO TIC E In line with our continu ing polic y of research and dev elopm ent, we reserve th e right t o alter m odels and specif icatio ns wit hout prior not ice. This instruc tion bo oklet is accur ate at t he date of print ing, bu t will be super seded if s pecif ications or app eara nce ar e changed.
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