Fisher & Paykel 6102 Series User Manual

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Freestander Ranges

6102 Series

1 CONTENTS

Introduction

Safety Instructions

2

 

First Use

2

 

Side Mounted Power Outlets

3

 

Accessories

3

Clocks & Timers

Ringer Timer Model

4

 

Analogue Clock Model

4

 

Automatic Cooking Using the Analogue Clock

5

Features and Functions

Main Oven Features

6

Cooking Guide

Cooking Guide

7

Roasting Guide

Roasting Guide

8

Cooktops

Radiant Cooktops

9

Cleaning

Cleaning your Range

10

 

Cleaning your Cooktop

10

Installation Instructions

Installing Your Product

11

Warranty

Manufacturer's Warranty

12

 

Product Details & Customer Care

13

 

Customer Care

14

 

INTRODUCTION

2

 

 

 

Congratulations

Congratulations on the purchase of your new

 

Freestander Range.

 

We strongly recommend that you read these Use

 

and Care Instructions carefully to take full

 

advantage of the features offered by this product.

 

This books covers operational instructions for the

 

RA6102 Series Freestander Range - 'Thyme',

 

'Tamarind', 'Paprika' and 'Sage'.

Safety Instructions

1. Household appliances are not intended to be

 

played with by children.

 

2. Children or persons with a disability that may

 

limit their ability to use the appliance, should

 

have a competent person instruct them in its

 

use. This person should be satisfied that they

 

can then use the appliance without danger to

 

themselves or their surroundings.

 

3. This appliance should be connected to a circuit

 

which incorporates an isolating switch

 

providing full disconnection from the power

 

supply.

 

4. If your Range is placed on a base to align it

 

with the bench, take measures to prevent the

 

base of the Range from slipping.

Warning

First Use

During use this appliance becomes hot.

Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven.

Accessible parts may become hot when the grill is in use. Children should be kept away.

We do not advise placing aluminium foil or dishes with reflective qualities on the oven bottom. This will cause a heat build up, which will result in irreversible damage to the enamel.

Remove accessories and condition the oven by running at bake, 200°C for one hour before using. There will be a distinctive smell, this is normal but make sure your kitchen is well ventilated during

the conditioning period.

3 INTRODUCTION

Side Mounted Power

The two side mounted power outlets are internally

Outlets

fused with one 10 amp fuse. Care should be taken

(New Zealand Only)

not to overload them.

 

If required the fuse can be repaired by following

 

these steps:

 

1.

Turn the power to the oven off. Extra care

 

 

should be taken to make sure there is no power

 

2.

to the oven before repairing the fuse.

 

Pull the oven out from the wall os the back is

 

 

accessible and locate the fuse cover on the

 

3.

right-handside.

 

Using a Phillips style screwdriver, remove the

 

 

screw holding the fuse cover in place and

 

4.

remove the fuse cover.

 

Remove the fuse carrier from its base and

 

 

replace the blown fuse wire with a new 10 amp

 

 

fuse wire. 10 amp is the maximum allowable

 

5.

fuse wire that can be used in this fuse.

 

Refit the fuse and the fuse cover.

Accessories

Your Range will be supplied with some of the

 

features/accessories listed depending on the model

 

you have purchased.

 

1 Roast Dish

 

1 or 2 Non Stick Bake Trays

 

2 Oven Racks

 

1 Grill Rack

 

Warmer Drawer or Storage Drawer

Best cooking results are achieved using the accessories provided with your Range. Shiny/ aluminium trays will affect performance, particularly browning and cooking time.

 

 

CLOCKS & TIMERS

4

 

 

 

 

 

Ringer Timer Model

This has a manual timer which can be set for up to

 

55 minutes.

 

 

Setting the Ringer

The timer can be used at any time even if the

Timer

oven is not in use. The timer can be set for up to

 

55 minutes.

 

 

 

If the oven is in use, the timer does not turn the

 

oven off.

 

 

 

1. To use the timer, turn the timer control knob

 

 

clockwise to the 55 minute mark, then turn

 

 

back to show the number of minutes you want.

 

2. The timer will count down and will ring when

 

 

the set time is reached.

 

 

Analogue Clock Model

This clock has an analogue display and an

 

automatic function.

 

 

Setting The Analogue

To set the clock push the Cook Time knob in and

Clock

turn anti clockwise until the clock shows the

 

correct time. Make sure the

shows. Press and

 

turn the Start Time knob anti clockwise until the

 

red triangle clicks into alignment with the hour

 

hand.

 

 

Setting the Minute

The Timer can be used at any time even if the

Timer

oven is not in use, however if the oven is in use it

 

will turn the oven off when the set time has

 

elapsed.

 

 

 

To set the Timer, turn the Cook Time knob anti

 

clockwise until you have the number of minutes

 

you want in the centre of the display window.

 

When the time you have set is finished, the Timer

 

will ring and the oven will turn off, if it is on.

 

To turn the timer bell off, turn the left hand knob

 

to

. The Timer will continue to ring until

 

turned off. Make sure the oven is returned to

 

manual mode by turning the Cook Time knob until

 

the

shows.

 

 

5 CLOCKS & TIMERS

Automatic Cooking

Using the Analogue

Clock

To Turn the Oven Off, and/or Cancel Automatic Cooking

Using Your Oven

Fan Grill Models

Check that the clock shows the correct time. Choose the Function and Temperature that you want. The oven indicator light will glow and the elements will come on.

Decide when you want the oven to come on. This is the time you want the oven to turn off, minus the cooking time you have set.

Turn Cook Time knob anti clockwise until you have the number of minutes you want to cook for in the centre of the display window.

Press and turn the Start Time knob anticlockwise until the red triangle is pointing to the time you want to start cooking. The indicator light will go out.

The oven is now set for automatic cooking.

Turn the cooktime knob until the symbol shows in the display window, turn the oven to manual mode. Press and turn the start time knob until the triangle clicks into alignment with the hour hand. turn temperature and function to off.

Turn the oven on by selecting the required temperature. The oven light will come on automatically. The oven indicator light will glow until it has reached the set temperature. For grilling turn the temperature to grill. When you have finished cooking, turn the oven off.

Select required function using Function knob then select the temperature you want with the Temperature knob. The oven light will come on automatically when a function is selected. The Oven Indicator Light will glow until the oven has reached the set temperature.

To use the grill, select Grill on the Function knob. Set to the required heat by using the Temperature knob. The hottest temperature is achieved at Hi. We recommend that this is used for grilling meats.

When you have finished cooking, turn the oven off.

FEATURES & FUNCTIONS 6

Main Oven Features

Warmer Drawer

Storage Drawer

Functions

Grill

Bake

Fan Forced

Fan Grill

This Range has a concealed lower element and may require food to be cooked at a lower shelf position.

Warmer drawers have a low powered element and are useful for keeping hot food warm or for warming plates and serving dishes. Rotate the knob to turn the warmer drawer on and off.

Storage drawers do not have an element so cannot keep food warm.

There are a variety of cooking functions depending on the model of Range you have purchased. These include Bake, Grill, Fan Grill and Fan Forced.

For best results when grilling, leave the oven door open at the first stop position. The grill function cooks a large area of food by using heat from an upper element and is suitable for tender cuts of meat, toasted snack foods and crisping toppings on many dishes.

Heat comes from the top and bottom of the oven. For baked products you will achieve a better result if the oven is pre-heatedfirst. Cooking one tray of food at a time is preferable. Both elements are controlled by the thermostat and will cycle on and off to maintain the set temperature. This is the traditional method for cooking baked food.

Multi level fan cooking circulates heat from an element around the fan, throughout the oven. This function is particularly good for multi tray cooking, reheating cooked foods and complete oven meals. Use Fan Forced for casseroles and baked vegetables and when cooking more than one tray of baking.

The fan circulates heat from the grill element around the oven. This style of grilling takes the place of a rotisserie. Fan Grill is suitable for foods you would normally fry e.g. sausages, chops and meatballs. Fan grilling is carried out with the oven door closed and the oven does not need to be preheated.

7COOKING GUIDE

 

Fan Forced Function

 

Bake Function

 

Baked Products

Time/Mins

Temp °C

Shelf

Tim/Mins

Temp°C

Shelf

Light Fruit Cake

75-85

145-150

4

80-85

150

4

Banana Cake

60-65

160-170

4

55-60

160-170

4

Biscuits

10-12

175-180

2&3

10-12

175-180

2

Scones

10-15

225

2

10-15

225

2

Slices

20-25

160

3

20-25

175

3

Meringues

90-110

100

2&3

90-110

100

3

Sponge

24-28

150

4

24-28

175

3

Chicken (Whole)

30-35

175

4

30-35

175

4

per 500g

per 500g

 

 

 

 

 

Custard Tart

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pastry

14-16

190-200

4

14-18

190-200

4

Filling

6-8 /30-35

200/150

4

6-8/30-35

200/150

4

Grill Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toast

50-60sec

Hi

3

 

 

 

per side

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sausages

 

 

 

* When grilling thicker items such as

10-15

Hi-250

2

sausages, turn often to ensure even

Well Done*

 

 

 

browning.

 

 

Fan Grill Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chicken (Whole)

175

30-35

4

 

 

 

per 500g

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelf positions are numbered from the top down. You may need to alter the time to achieve your desired result.

When multi cooking some products may need to be removed before others.

Important

These times and temperatures are a guide only and are based on the oven being pre-heatedfirst.

ROASTING GUIDE 8

Meat

 

Temp

Minutes

Internal

 

 

°C

per 500g

Temp °C

Beef

Rare

160-170

30-35

60-65

 

Medium

160-170

35-45

65-75

 

Well Done

160-170

45-60

75-80

Mutton

Well Done

160-170

45-60

80-85

Hogget / Lamb

Medium

160-170

30-40

79-82

 

Well Done

160-170

45-60

82-85

Pork

Well Done

180-185

40-45

78

Chicken

Well Done

160-180

25-30

 

Cervena *

Rare

220

31/2 per cm

65-70

 

 

 

thickness

 

* Brown prior to roasting in an oiled frypan on high heat.

These temperatures and times are a guide only and you may need to increase or decrease these depending on your preferences.

A large piece of meat requires fewer minutes per 500g than a smaller piece. Roasting times will be affected by the shape and size of the meat being roasted. Meat with a bone will cook quicker than a rolled roast.

Do not add water to your roast as this has a steaming affect.

Use a meat thermometer to ensure an accurate result. As the internal temperature of the meat will continue to rise during standing, please allow for this in your calculation. This is particularly important if you want a rare or medium rare roast.

9COOKTOPS

Radiant Cooktops

The radiant coil cooktop has tubular heating

 

elements. The elements are designed to lift and

 

rotate allowing easy access to the element bowls

 

for cleaning. Replacement bowl inserts are

 

available from the dealer where you purchased

 

your range.

Control

As the control knob is turned from Lo to Hi, the

 

heat output is increased. Turn the control knob to

 

Hi to begin cooking, adjusting as necessary.

 

The elements are controlled by variable energy

 

regulators giving infinite temperature control. At

 

the low setting, delicate warming, melting

 

chocolate or keeping milk warm at very low

 

temperatures is able to be carried out. The high

 

setting is ideal for boiling, simmering or frying.

 

Once your pan is hot, reduce the temperature to

 

maintain a steady heat to cook your food through.

 

Cooking efficiency will vary due to the different

 

types of cooking utensils used, like heavy based

 

saucepans. Cooking results are influenced by pot

 

quality and size. It is essential that pot size

 

matches the diameter of the cooking zone. Low

 

heat or slow cooking is often due to incorrect pot

 

size usage.

Utensils

To get the best out of your cooktop follow these

 

simple suggestions. Preheat the cookware on the

 

cooktop before adding food.

 

Cookware with a stainless steel sandwich base or

 

enamelled cast iron will give you the best results.

 

When food comes to the boil reduce the

 

temperature setting. Never use plastic or

 

aluminium dishes on the cooktop.

 

It is important that the pans are the same size or

 

slightly larger than the element. A pan with a

 

flat base will make better contact with the

 

element resulting in shorter cooking times.

 

Aluminium and copper cookware can cause a

 

metallic residue to remain on the cooktop. If left

 

this becomes difficult to remove. Jagged edges

 

on saucepans or heavy frypans may scratch the

 

element.

 

Round based woks should NOT be used on radiant

 

elements, as they will damage the element

 

bowls.

 

 

CLEANING

10

 

 

 

 

 

Cleaning Your Cooktop

The element bowls should be cleaned regularly to

 

 

avoid food residue being burned on the enamel.

 

 

Wipe out using warm water and detergent or liquid

 

 

cleaner containing ammonia. The element bowls

 

 

have an acid resistant finish but spillovers of acidic

 

 

foods should be wiped up as soon as possible to

 

 

avoid damaging the enamel.

 

Cleaning your Range

The aluminium liners supplied for the element

 

 

bowl will deteriorate with use and are available

 

 

as a spare part.

 

Oven Door

All surfaces can be wiped with a damp cloth and

 

 

liquid detergent or non-abrasivecleaner.

 

 

Wipe the outside surfaces frequently, using warm

 

 

water and a household detergent or a spray on,

 

 

wipe off cleaner.

 

 

To remove the oven door for easier cleaning:

 

 

1. Open the door to the first stop position.

 

 

2. Lift the door to disengage the hingesby

 

 

holding the handle only. Do not lift the door

 

 

in the vicinity of the hinges, as they are spring

 

 

loaded and will snap back.

 

 

3. To replace, place hinge arms in the slots, lift

 

 

the door by the handle and push from the

 

 

bottom of the door to engage the hinges.

 

Warmer Drawer

The warmer drawer can be removed for cleaning.

 

 

Pull out until it stops, then lift it clear of the Range.

 

 

We recommend that the warmer drawer is removed

 

 

or paper towels are placed under the door when

 

 

cleaning the oven to avoid accidental spills of

 

 

oven cleaner onto the warmer drawer.

 

Oven and Oven Racks

Clean the inside of the oven while still warm,

 

 

using household detergents or an ammonia based

 

 

cleaner, e.g. Handy Andy. “Off the shelf” oven

 

 

cleaners may be used providing the instructions

 

 

supplied by the manufacturer are followed

 

 

carefully. Failure to follow the manufacturer’s

 

 

instructions could stain or damage the enamel.

 

Oven Lamp

Turn oven off at wall before touching the oven

 

 

lamp. The glass cover can be removed for

 

 

cleaning. Always replace the glass cover before

 

 

using the oven. Ensure the appliance is switched

 

 

off before replacing the oven lamp to avoid the

 

 

possibility of electric shock.

11 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Installing Your Product 1. This product is designed for a 230/240V ac single or two phase connection.

2. Cabinet clearances.

3.Anti tip brackets are supplied with the accessories, so that the product can be secured to the wall to prevent it from tipping over.

FISHER & PAYKEL MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY12

Fisher & Paykel Undertakes to

This warranty DOES NOT cover

Service under this Manufacturer's Warranty must be provided by Fisher & Paykel.

When you purchase any new Fisher & Paykel Whiteware Product you automatically receive a two year Manufacturer's Warranty covering parts and labour for servicing within New Zealand and Australia.

Repair or, at its option, replace without cost to the owner either for material or labour, any part of the Product, the serial number of which appears on the Product, which is found to be defective within TWO YEARS of the date of purchase.

A. Service calls to which are not related to any defect in the Product. The cost of a service call will be charged if the problem is not found to be a Product fault. For example:

1.Correct the installation of the product.

2.Instruct you how to use the product.

3.Replace house fuses or correct house wiring or plumbing.

4.Correcting fault(s) caused by the user.

B.Defects caused by factors other than:

1.Normal domestic use or

2.Use in accordance with the Product's User Guide.

C.Defects to the Product caused by accident, neglect, misuse or Act of God.

D.The cost of repairs carried out by nonauthorised repairers or the cost of correcting such unauthorised repairs.

E.Normal recommended maintenance as set out in the Product's User Guide.

Such service shall be provided during normal business hours. This Warranty Certificate should be shown when making any claim.

This Warranty is an extra benefit and does not affect your legal rights.

This Warranty applies only to product purchased in New Zealand and Australia.

Please keep this Use & Care Manual in a safe place. Do not return to Fisher & Paykel.

13 PRODUCT DETAILS & CUSTOMER CARE

PRODUCT DETAILS

Fisher & Paykel Ltd

Model/Serial No.

Date of Purchase

Purchaser

Dealer

Suburb

Town

Country

Before You Call

Before you call for service or assistance ...

Check ...

Check the things you can do yourself.

 

Refer to your Use & Care Manual and check...

 

1. Your product is correctly installed

 

2. You are familiar with its normal operation

 

If after checking these points you still need

 

assistance, please refer to the following...

NEW ZEALAND

In New Zealand if you need assistance ...*

Toll Free:

Call your Fisher & Paykel retailer who is trained to

0800 FP CARE

provide information on

0800 37 2273

your product, or if we can

 

be of any further help, please contact our

 

Customer Care Centre.

 

Email: Customer.Care@fp.co.nz

 

Fax: (09) 273 0656

 

Postal Address: PO Box 14-917,

 

Panmure, Auckland

 

If you need service ...*

 

Fisher & Paykel has a network of independent

 

Fisher & Paykel AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRES

 

whose fully trained technicians can carry out any

 

service necessary on your product. Your dealer or

 

our Customer Care Centre can recommend an

 

AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE in your area.

 

 

 

CUSTOMER CARE

14

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before You Call

Before you call for service or assistance ...

 

Check ...

Check the things you can do yourself.

 

 

Refer to your Use & Care Manual and check...

 

 

1. Your product is correctly installed

 

 

2. You are familiar with its normal operation

 

 

If after checking these points you still need

 

 

assistance, please refer to the following...

 

AUSTRALIA

In Australia if you need assistance ...*

 

Toll Free: 1300 650 590

Call the Fisher & Paykel CUSTOMER CARE

 

from anywhere within

CENTRE and talk to one of our Customer Care

 

Australia

Consultants.

 

 

 

 

Email: Customer.Care@fp.com.au

 

 

Phone: (07)3826 9100Fax: (07) 3826 9298

 

 

Postal Address: PO Box 798 Cleveland, QLD 4163

 

 

If you need service ...*

 

 

Fisher & Paykel Australia Pty Ltd has a network of

 

 

independent Fisher & Paykel AUTHORISED

 

 

SERVICE CENTRES whose fully trained technicians

 

 

can carry out any service necessary on your

 

 

product. Your State Office or our Customer Care

 

 

Centre can recommend an AUTHORISED

 

 

SERVICE CENTRE in your area.

 

QUEENSLAND

Australian State Offices

 

Unit 1/400 Nudgee Rd, Hendra, Brisbane Qld 4011

 

 

Ph: (07) 3860 9170

Fax: (07) 3860 9179

 

VICTORIA

1507 Centre Rd, Clayton, Melbourne, Vic 3168

 

 

Ph: (03) 9542 4660

Fax: (03) 9542 4668

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Lot 12/137 Pilbara St.,

Welshpool, WA 6106

 

 

Ph: (08) 9356 4520

Fax: (08) 9356 4529

 

NORTHERN TERRITORY

Unit 1, 46 McMinn St., Darwin, NT 0800

 

 

Ph: (08) 8981 0440

Fax: (08) 8981 0755

 

NEW SOUTH WALES

16 Parramatta Rd, Lidcombe, NSW 2141,

 

SYDNEY

Private Bag 7, Silverwater DC NSW 1811

 

 

Ph: (02) 8745 8220

Fax: (02) 8745 8288

 

NEW SOUTH WALES

27 Pendlebury Road, Cardiff, NSW 2285

 

NEWCASTLE

Ph: (02) 4954 6011

Fax: (02) 4954 6145

 

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

10-12Lafitte Road, Wingfield, SA 5013

 

 

Ph: (08) 8344 0450

Fax: (08) 8344 0459

 

* If you Call or Write,

Please provide, name and address, model number,

 

please provide ...

serial number, date of purchase and a complete

description of the problem. This information is needed to provide a better response to your request for assistance.

Copyright Reserved © Fisher & Paykel 2001.

The product specifications in this booklet apply to the specific products and models described at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous product improvement, these specifications may change at any time. You should therefore check with your Dealer to ensure this booklet correctly describes the product currently available.

New Zealand Customer Care Centre, toll free - 0800 37 2273

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- 0800 FP Care,

Australian Customer Care Centre, Priority - 1300 650 590

Date of Issue: March 2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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