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BI452 and BI602 models

Built-inoven

User guide NZ & AU

Contents

First use

2

Overview of oven models

3

Clocks and timers

4

Operating the oven

9

Cooking functions

12

Accessories

15

Shelf positions

16

Cooking charts

17

Automatic cooking

23

Ceramic cooktop

26

Cleaning

28

Manufacturer’s warranty

31

Customer care

32

Important!

Please note, some models shown in this user guide are not available in all markets. Keep this user guide for future reference. If the appliance is sold or transferred to another owner, always leave the user guide with the appliance in order that the new owner can familiarise themselves with the appliance and the relevant warnings.

1

First use

We strongly recommend you read this user guide carefully to take full advantage of the features offered by this product.

Set the clock. The oven will not work until the clock has been set. See the information on clocks and timers.

Remove all accessories (from both cavities in ASE1.5 and ASE2 models).

Condition the oven by running on Bake or Fan Bake at 2000C for one hour. Turn the function knob to the appropriate symbol and temperature knob to 2000C.

Condition both cavities in Essence1.5 and Essence2 models by using the appropriate function and temperature knobs - upper on the left and loweron the right hand side of the control. Both cavities can be conditioned at the same time.

There will be a distinctive smell. This is normal but make sure your kitchen is well ventilated during the conditioning period.

WARNING!

Hot Surface Hazard

Accessible parts will become hot when this appliance is in use. Take care to avoid touching hot surfaces inside the oven.

Use oven mitts or other protection when handling hot surfaces such as oven racks or dishes.

Take care when opening the oven door.

Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food. Supervise children and keep them safely away until oven is cool.

Failure to follow these instructions could result in burns and scalds.

Important!

Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children. Children, or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance, should have a responsible person to instruct them in its use. The instructor should be satisfied that they can use the appliance without danger to themselves or their surroundings.

Isolating switch

This appliance should be connected to a circuit which incorporates an isolating switch providing full disconnection from the power supply.

CAUTION!

Do not place aluminum foil, dishes with reflective qualities or any object on the oven floor as this will cause a heat build-upwhich will result in irreversible damage to the enamel.

2

Overview of oven models

Built-inoven models

Depending on which model you have, your built-inoven will have a control panel like one shown below.

Ringer timer (R)

Analogue clock (A)

Electronic clock with minute timer (C)

Electronic clock (E)

Double oven with electronic clock (ED)

Oven with cooktop

and electronic clock (CTE)

Soft Touch clock (X, XC, ASX)

Electronic clock (ASE, ASP)

Electronic clock (ASE1.5, ASE2)

3

Clocks and timers

Types of clock

You have to set the clock before you can use the oven. Depending on which model you have (see Overview of oven models), your oven may have a ringer timer, an analogue clock, an electronic clock with minute timer, an electronic clock, or a Soft Touch clock.

Ringer timer model (R)

The timer can be used at any time even if the 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.

Setting the timer

Turn the timer control knob clockwise to the 55 minute mark, then turn back to show the number of minutes you want. The timer will count down and will ring when the set time is reached.

4

Analogue clock model (A)

Timer

Timer bell off stops the timer bell ringing.

Start time sets a time for automatic cooking to start.

Manual sign returns the oven to manual mode when automatic cooking is finished.

COOK TIME

START TIME

Setting the analogue clock

To set the clock, push the COOK TIME knob in and turn anticlockwise until the clock shows the correct time. Make sure themanual sign shows in the display window. (If it does not, turn theCOOK TIME knob anticlockwise). Press and turn theSTART TIME knob anticlockwise until the triangle,clicks into alignment with the hour hand.

Setting the timer

The timer can be used at any time, even when the oven is not in use. If the oven is in use, the timer will turn the oven off when the selected time has elapsed. Turn the COOK TIME knob anticlockwise until the number of minutes you want shows in the centre of the display, eg 60 minutes. When the time is up, the timer will ring and the oven will turn off. To turn the timer bell off, turnCOOK TIME knob anticlockwise to thesymbol. Make sure the oven is

returned to manual mode by turning the COOK TIME knob anticlockwise until the manual sign shows.

5

Electronic clock with minute timer model (C)

Setting the electronic clock

This clock has a 24 hour display and a minute timer function. The clock will flash 0.00 and AUTO alternately when turned on at the wall.

To set the clock, press and hold the buttons together briefly. (0.00 is shownAUTO continues to flash). You have four seconds to start setting the clock. Press thebuttons until the correct time is displayed. If you make a mistake, press the

buttons together and correct the time.

Setting the minute timer

The timer can be used at any time, even when the oven is not in use. The timer does not turn the oven off. Press either button briefly. Thesymbol is shown and you have four seconds to start setting the minute timer using thebuttons.

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Electronic clock models (E, ED, CTE, ASE, ASE1.5, ASE2, ASP)

Timer

Cook time for automatic cooking.

The oven will automatically turn off at the end of the set time.

Stop time for automatic cooking.

Manual sign returns the oven to manual control when automatic cooking is completed.

Symbols are used for changing times in the selected mode.

ELECTRONIC CLOCK (E, ED and CTE models)

ELECTRONIC CLOCK

(ASE, ASE 1.5, ASE 2, ASP models)

Setting the electronic clock

To set the clock, press and hold the

and

buttons. Press the /

and

/ buttons

until the clock shows the correct time.

 

 

 

 

Setting the timer

The timer can be used at any time, even when the oven is not in use. The timer will not turn the oven off. To set the timer, press the button briefly, then the/buttons to get the time you want. The clock will show the time of day with thesymbol in the display. To check the remaining time press thebutton. When the time is up, the timer will beep. To turn the timer off, press any clock button.

Setting the disable mode

When the oven disable mode is activated the oven will not function. This helps in preventing children or accidental bumps turning the oven on. To activate the oven disable mode first check the oven is in manual mode or cancel any automatic functions that may be running. Hold down the andbuttons simultaneously for approximately eight seconds. The display will read ‘On’ (ie the oven is on). Press the /button. The display will read ‘Off’ (ie the oven is off ) and thesymbol will appear. After approximately two seconds, the time will reappear next to thesymbol. The oven disable mode is now activated. Oven cooling fans may run if the oven is hot.

To deactivate the oven disable mode, hold down the andbuttons simultaneously for approximately eight seconds. The display will read ‘Off’. Press the /button. The display will read ‘On’ and thesymbol will disappear. After approximately two seconds, the time will reappear in the display. The oven disable mode is now deactivated.

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Soft Touch clock models (X, XC, ASX)

ELECTRONIC SOFT TOUCH CONTROL PANEL, DISPLAY and CLOCK

Setting the Soft Touch clock

To set the clock, press the CLOCK button, then using the HOURS and MINUTES buttons, set the clock to the correct time. You can choose between 12 or 24 hour clock displays. To do this, press and hold down the CLOCK button and CLEAR button at the same time. Every time these buttons are pressed together the display will alternate between 12 and 24 hour clocks.

Setting the timer

The timer can be used at any time, even when the oven is not in use. To set the timer, press the MINUTE TIMER button, then the HOURS and MINUTES buttons until the time you want shows in the display. When the time is up, the timer will beep and ‘TIMER’ will flash. The timer will not turn the oven off. To turn the timer off, press any clock button.

You can shorten the amount of times your oven beeps at the end of cycles to five beeps by holding down the CLOCK button and FUNCTION button together. To return to the longer beep time, repeat as before.

Setting the Key Lock

Press and hold for two seconds to lock the electronic key pad. Press and hold the button again for two seconds to unlock. For safety reasons, you can still turn your oven off, when keylock is on.

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Operating the oven

Your oven has a variety of cooking functions to suit your needs (not all models have the entire range of cooking functions). Depending on which model you have, your oven will have a ringer timer, function and temperature control knobs, or Soft Touch buttons.

WARNING!

Hot Surface Hazard

Accessible parts will become hot when this appliance is in use. Take care to avoid touching hot surfaces inside the oven.

Use oven mitts or other protection when handling hot surfaces such as oven racks or dishes.

Take care when opening the oven door.

Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food. Supervise children and keep them safely away until oven is cool.

Failure to follow these instructions could result in burns and scalds.

Cavity ventilation fan (all models)

A cavity ventilation fan is included in the oven. This will come on automatically at different stages of the cooking cycle. It will blow warm air out above the door. When the oven is turned off, the cavity ventilation fan may stay on until the oven cools down.

Ringer timer model (R)

The ringer timer model has two cooking functions: Bake (between ‘Lo’ and ‘Hi’) and Grill.

1To turn the oven on to Bake, simply turn the temperature control knob clockwise to the required temperature.

2The oven light will come on automatically while the oven is in use. The oven indicator light will glow until the oven has reached the set temperature.

3 When you have finished cooking, turn the temperature control knob to Off.

4 For grilling, turn the temperature control knob to Grill.

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Control knob models (C, A, E, ED, CTE, ASE, ASE1.5, ASE2, ASP)

1Select the required function using the function control knob. The oven light will come on automatically when a function is selected.

2Select the required temperature using the temperature control knob. The oven indicator neon light, above the temperature knob on the control panel, will glow blue until the oven has reached the set temperature and then it will go out.

3 When you have finished cooking turn the function and temperature control knobs to Off.

C model

A, E, ED and CTE models

C, A, E, ED and CTE models

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASE, ASE1.5, ASE2, ASP models

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Soft Touch models (X, XC, ASX)

ELECTRONIC SOFT TOUCH CONTROL PANEL, DISPLAY and CLOCK

1 Turn the oven on with theON/OFF button. Your oven has beenpre-setto Fan Bake 160°C.

2Scroll to the required function with the FUNCTION andbuttons.

Scrolling order of functions

FAN BAKE FAN BAKE WARM DEFROST GRILL H9 GRILL E9 FAN GRILL

3Adjust the temperature in 5°C steps with the TEMP andbuttons. Each cooking function has a default temperature which can be adjusted, except for Warm.

4The temperature display will alternate between the set and actual temperature, and the oven indicator light will glow until the oven has reached the set temperature.

5 When you have finished cooking, turn your oven off by pressing theON/OFF button.

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Cooking functions

Multi-functionovens (except the C model which has BAKE, FAN BAKE, GRILL & FAN GRILL) have eight cooking functions. On the oven control panel each function is represented by a symbol.

(A, E, ED, CTE, ASE, ASE1.5, ASE2, ASP models)

FAN BAKE Fan plus top and lower elements

Fan Bake circulates hot air from the top and bottom elements. Food cooks more quickly, so you may need to lower the oven temperature. Good for crisping foods, eg pastry products and slices and also the best method for heating your Pizza Stone.

FAN Fan plus fan element

Heat from the element around the fan is forced throughout the oven. Perfect for multilevel cooking and batch baking, casseroles and baked potatoes.

BAKE Top and lower elements

Bake is the traditional method of cooking. It is best to cook on only one rack at a time in this function. Suitable for delicate food and foods that require long cooking, eg fruit cakes and roasts.

CLASSIC BAKE Lower element

Uses heat from the lower element only. The oven needs to be preheated on Bake or Fan Bake. Use Classic Bake for quiches, slices, anything you want browner on the bottom than the top.

DEFROST Fan only

The fan circulates air around the oven, speeding up the defrosting process by approximately 30%.

GRILL Inner and outer top element

Grill uses all of the top element and is ideal for grilling a large area of food. For best results leave the door open at the first stop position. Grilled vegetables are quick and full of flavour.

ECO GRILL Top inner element

Eco Grill uses the inner area of the top element and is useful when you need to grill single servings or small pieces of food. For best results leave the door open at the first stop position.

FAN GRILL Fan plus top element

Fan Grill circulates hot air from the top element and is excellent for foods that would normally be fried. Large cuts of meat can be cooked using this function with results similar to using a rotisserie. Suitable for dishes such as lasagne and moussaka. Fan-grilledwhole chickens are excellent.

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(X, XC, ASX models)

FAN BAKE Fan plus top and lower elements

Fan Bake circulates hot air from the top and bottom elements. Food cooks more quickly, so you may need to lower the oven temperature. Good for crisping foods, eg pastry products and slices and also the best method for heating your Pizza Stone.

FAN Fan plus fan element

Heat from the element around the fan is forced throughout the oven. Perfect for multi-levelcooking and batch baking, casseroles and baked potatoes.

BAKE Top and lower elements

Bake is the traditional method of cooking. It is best to cook on only one rack at a time in this function. Suitable for delicate food and foods that require long cooking, eg fruit cakes and roasts.

WARM Top and lower elements

Warm is a constant low heat, useful for keeping hot food warm or warming plates. It should not be used to reheat foods as the food will not reach a temperature high enough to kill any harmful bacteria.

CAUTION!

1 Press ON/OFF button.

2The default temperature is 160°C. This can be adjusted using the TEMP andbuttons.

3 Preheat oven before use.

 

 

 

1

Press ON/OFF button.

2

Press FUNCTION

button once.

3The default temperature is 180°C. This can be adjusted using the TEMP andbuttons

4 Preheat oven before use.

1

Press ON/OFF button.

2

Press FUNCTION

button twice.

3The default temperature is 180°C. This can be adjusted using the TEMP andbuttons.

4 Preheat oven before use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Press ON/OFF button.

2

Press FUNCTION

 

button three times.

3The default temperature is 75°C. This cannot be adjusted.

SAFE FOOD HANDLING Food should be left in the oven as short a time as possible

 

before and after cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause

 

potential food poisoning. Particular care should be taken during warmer weather.

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DEFROST Fan only

The fan circulates air around the oven, speeding up the defrosting process by approximately 30%.

GRILL Inner and outer top element

Grill uses all of the top element and is ideal for grilling a large area of food. For best results leave the door open at the first stop position. Grilled vegetables are quick and full of flavour.

ECO GRILL Top inner element

Eco Grill uses the inner area of the top element and is useful when you need to grill single servings or small pieces of food. For best results leave the door open at the first stop position.

FAN GRILL Fan plus top elements

Fan Grill circulates hot air from the top elements and is excellent for foods that would normally be fried. Large cuts of meat can be cooked using this function with results similar to using a rotisserie. Suitable for dishes such as lasagne and moussaka. Fan-grilledwhole chickens are excellent.

1

Press

ON/OFF button.

2

Press

FUNCTION

button four times.

3The default temperature is 50°C. This can be adjusted between 50°C and 30°C, using the TEMP andbuttons.

4 Preheat oven before use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Press ON/OFF button.

2

Press FUNCTION

button three times.

3The default temperature is H9, the hottest. This can be adjusted using the TEMP andbuttons.

4 Preheat grill before use.

1

Press ON/OFF button.

2

Press FUNCTION

button twice.

3The default temperature is E9, the hottest. This can be adjusted using the TEMP andbuttons.

4 Preheat grill before use.

 

 

 

 

1

Press ON/OFF button.

2

Press FUNCTION

button once.

3The default temperature is 180°C. This can be adjusted using the TEMP andbuttons.

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Accessories

Your oven will be supplied with:

Accessories

 

 

 

 

Oven models

 

 

 

R

C

X, XC ED

A, E, CTE

ASE, ASP ASE1.5, ASE2

ASX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baking tray

1

2

2

3

2

2

3

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grill/Roast tray

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grill

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grill rack

 

 

1

1

1

1

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oven rack

 

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step-downrack

1

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meat probe

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fat filter

 

 

1

 

 

1

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Self-cleaningliners

 

 

3

6

 

3

6

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baking tray

The baking tray is suitable for biscuits and baked goods.

Grill/Roast system

For grilling and/or roasting we recommend using the grill/roast system provided. The grill grid sits inside the deep tray so they can be placed in the oven together. The wire rack (if supplied) sits on top of the grid.

Fat filter (not available in all models)

The fat filter protects the fan against fat build-upand will reduce smoking and splatter. The filter

should only be in place when fan functions are being used for roasting.

Important!

Do not use the fat filter when cooking baked products on fan functions.

The fat filter should be cleaned after every use - refer to the Cleaning section. If the fat filter is not cleaned, the filter will block and shorten the life of the fan element.

Installing the fat filter:

1 Hold the fat filter by the handle.

2 Insert the two tabs into the oval holes in the fan cover.

3 Ensure the fat filter completely covers the opening.

Self-cleaning liners (not available in all models)

Self-cleaningliners are fitted to the side walls and back of the oven. The liners are coated with a special enamel which is porous and contains oxidising catalysts. Any grease and dirt coming into contact with the liner is absorbed by the enamel and is broken down with the help of the

oxidising catalysts at normal cooking temperatures.

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Shelf positions

Shelf positions are numbered from the top down. The top positions are for grill functions, middle positions for baking and lower positions are suitable for roasting.

The cooking tables throughout this user guide give you suggested shelf positions. However, you may wish to change these to suit yourself. The stepdown rack increases flexibility when cooking in the oven by allowing food to be cooked in between the existing shelf positions. It also maximises the useable space in the oven cavity.

CAUTION!

The oven racks/shelves, including the step-down

 

rack and grill/roast tray, have a 'stop notch'

 

to prevent their inadvertent withdrawal from

 

the oven. This diagram illustrates the correct

 

orientation.

STOP NOTCH

 

CAUTION!

We do not advise placing aluminium foil or dishes with reflective qualities on the floor of the oven. This will cause a heat build-upwhich will result in irreversible damage to the enamel.

1324

5

6

7

8

REAR EDGE TO

BACK OF OVEN

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Cooking charts

Grilling chart

Grilling suggestions and guide

For Grill functions, preheat until the top element is hot and has turned red. Place food on the grill/roast system. Slot into the upper runners. Position will depend on the thickness of the food and the preferred degree of cooking the food requires, (eg medium rare in comparison to well done steak). Leave the door open at the first stop position.

Fan grilling

Fan Grill may require the food to be placed lower in the oven. Fan Grilling is carried out with the door closed and the oven does not need to be preheated. The top element cycles on and off and the hot air is circulated by the oven fan. The thermostat maintains the set temperature.

Important!

The fat filter should be in place when using fan grill for roasting.

Important!

These charts are only a guide - receipes vary, so you may need to adjust the oven temperature cooking time or the shelf position.

Food

 

 

 

GRILL

 

 

 

FAN GRILL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelf

Temp (oC)

Time (mins)

Shelf

Temp (oC)

Time (mins)

BEEF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steak

rare

3

 

Hi/9

8-10

 

 

 

 

 

 

medium

4

 

Hi/9

10-15

 

 

 

 

 

 

well done

4

 

Hi/9

15-20

 

 

 

 

 

Hamburgers

well done

4

 

Hi/9

12-15

5

 

180-200

15-20

Meatballs

well done

4

 

Hi/9

12-15

5

 

180-200

15-25

LAMB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chops

medium

4

 

Hi/8

15-20

4

 

180-200

15-20

 

well done

4

 

Hi/9

20-25

4

 

190-200

20-25

Rack

medium

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

190-200

25-30

PORK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chops

well done

4

 

Hi/9

15-20

4

 

180-200

20-30

Ham steak

well done

4

 

Hi/8

10-15

5

 

180-200

15-20

Bacon

well done

3

 

Hi/9

6-8

4

 

180-200

10-15

SAUSAGES

well done

3

 

Hi/8

10-15

5

 

180-200

15-25

CHICKEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pieces

well done

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

180-200

25-30

Whole

well done

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

175

30-35 per 500 g

Key

Recommended cooking function for grilling

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Baking chart

Bake, Fan Bake and Fan Forced (Fan for Soft Touch models) each give different results for the same product.

Food

 

 

BAKE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelf

Temp (oC)

Time (mins)

Baked products

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biscuits

6

 

170-180

10-15

Slices

7

 

160-175

20-30

Shortbread

6

 

135-145

25-35

Butter/Chocolate cake

8

 

150-175

55-75

Fruit cake (light)

8

 

150-160

70-90

Fruit cake (rich)

8

 

135-150

4-6hrs

Sponge

7

 

170-190

25-35

Muffins

6

 

200-220

12-18

Meringues

7

 

110-120

55-65

Scones

6

 

215-230

10-15

Bread/Rolls

7

 

190-210

15-35

Pizza

8

 

225-250

12-20

Apple pie

7

 

180-200

25-35

Pastry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Filo

7

 

175-190

30-35

Flaky/Puff

6

 

225-250

10-20

Choux

6

 

185-210

35-45

Quiche

7

 

180-200

20-30

Bacon and egg pie

7

 

180-200

35-45

Custard tart - pastry case

8

 

180-200

14-18

Custard tart - filling

8

 

180

 

120

7

 

20-25

 

 

 

Lemon meringue pie - pastry case

8

 

180-200

14-18

Lemon meringue pie - filling

7

 

170-180

15-20

Family favourites

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lasagne

7

 

170-180

35-45

Meatloaf

7

 

175-190

60-70

Chicken pieces

7

 

175-180

45-50

Chicken casserole

7

 

175-190

50-65

Fish pie

7

 

180-195

25-30

Complete oven meal*

-

 

-

 

 

-

 

 

Vegetables

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baked

6

 

150-175

45-70

Roasted

6

 

175-200

45-70

 

*Complete oven meal example: 1.5 kg roast lamb, 800 g potatoes, 400-500g root vegetables and fruit pie.

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Note: depending on the size of the meat and weight of vegetables, cooking times will vary.

 

 

 

FAN BAKE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shelf

 

Temp (oC)

Time (mins)

Shelf

Temp (oC)

Time (mins)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

160-175

8-15

 

5, 7

170-180

8-15

 

 

 

7

 

150-175

20-30

6

 

170-190

20-30

 

 

6

 

125-135

20-30

6

 

135-145

20-30

 

 

8

 

150-160

45-75

8

 

150-170

45-75

 

 

8

 

140-150

60-80

8

 

145-155

80-100

 

 

8

 

125-150

4-6hrs

8

 

130-145

4-6hrs

 

7

 

160-175

20-30

7

 

170-190

25-35

 

 

6

 

190-210

12-17

6

 

200-220

12-18

 

 

7

 

100-120

50-70

4, 6, 7

100

 

 

2 hrs 15 min

 

6

 

190-210

8-15

 

6

 

190-210

10-12

 

 

7

 

175-200

15-30

7

 

180-210

15-35

 

 

8

 

200-230

12-18

7

 

225-250

15-20

 

 

7

 

160-170

25-30

7

 

180-190

25-30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

150-160

25-30

7

 

170-190

30-40

 

 

6

 

200-220

10-20

6

 

210-225

10-20

 

 

6

 

175-200

30-40

7

 

180-200

35-45

 

 

7

 

170-190

20-30

7

 

180-200

20-40

 

 

7

 

170-190

30-40

7

 

180-200

35-45

 

 

8

 

175-195

12-16

8

 

180-200

14-15

 

 

8

 

170

 

110

7

 

 

20-25

8

 

180

 

120

7

 

 

20-25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

175-195

12-16

8

 

180-200

14-15

 

 

7

 

165-175

10-15

7

 

170-180

15-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

150-160

35-45

7

 

160-170

35-45

 

 

7

 

170-180

50-60

7

 

175-190

60-70

 

 

7

 

155-170

45-50

7

 

170-180

45-50

 

 

7

 

150-165

45-60

7

 

170-180

45-60

 

 

7

 

170-180

20-30

7

 

175-190

25-35

 

 

-

 

-

 

 

-

 

 

 

5, 7

150

 

 

90-100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

150-175

45-70

6

 

150-175

45-70

 

 

6

 

175-200

45-70

6

 

175-200

45-70

 

Key

 

Recommended cooking function.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two-stagebaking process - adjust temperature after the first stage.

 

 

 

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Roasting chart

Roasting suggestions and guide

Roasting can be achieved using the cooking function of your choice: Fan Bake, Fan Forced (Fan for Soft Touch models), Bake or Fan Grill. For roasting, place food on the grill/roast system.

Roasting times will be affected by the shape and size of the meat being roasted and the function used, eg Fan Grill will roast meat faster than Bake. Meat with a bone will cook more quickly than a rolled roast. A large piece of meat requires fewer minutes per 500 g than a smaller piece.

Always leave meat to ‘rest’ at the end of cooking, before carving. This allows the meat fibres to relax. Fewer juices will be lost when it is carved and the meat will be juicier and more tender. Cover with foil, if liked, to keep the meat warm.

Use a meat thermometer or meat probe to ensure an accurate result. As the internal temperature of the meat will continue to rise during ‘resting’, allow for this in your calculation. This is particularly important if you want a rare or medium rare roast. Do not add water to your roast as this has a steaming effect.

For Soft Touch (X, XC, ASX) meat probe instructions, see next page.

Important!

The fat filter should be in place when fan functions are being used for roasting.

Food

 

Shelf

Oven

Mins/500 g

Internal

 

 

temp (oC)

 

meat temp

 

 

 

 

 

(oC)

Beef

rare

7

160-170

30-35

60-65

 

medium

7

160-170

35-45

65-75

 

well done

7

160-170

45-60

75-80

Mutton

well done

7

160-170

45-60

80-85

Lamb/Hogget

medium

7

160-170

30-40

79-82

 

well done

7

160-170

45-60

82-85

Pork

well done

7

180-185

40-45

78

Chicken

well done

7

160-180

25-30

85

Venison*

rare

6

220

3.5per cm

65-70

 

 

 

 

thickness

 

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

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Using the Soft Touch meat probe

1 Insert the probe into the meat so that the tip of the probe is in the centre of the meat.

2 Place the meat on the grill/roast system and place in the oven.

3 Select the function and temperature.

4Lift up the socket cover (positioned in the top right-handfront corner of the cavity) and plug probe into socket. The last used probe temperature andPROBE will show in the display. If the meat is frozen or near frozenPROBE may not light immediately.

5To change the probe temperature, press the TEMP andbuttons.. The temperature changes in 1°C steps.

WARNING!

Hot Surface Hazard

Accessible parts will become hot when this appliance is in use. Take care to avoid touching hot surfaces inside the oven.

Use oven mitts or other protection when handling hot surfaces such as oven racks or dishes.

Take care when opening the oven door.

Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food. Supervise children and keep them safely away until oven is cool.

Failure to follow these instructions could result in burns and scalds.

Checking the oven temperature when using the meat probe

To check oven temperature, press the PROBE button. The display will automatically go back to the set probe after eight seconds and then alternate between the actual meat temperature and the set probe temperature.

When the internal temperature is reached

When the set internal temperature is reached, the beeper sounds and AUTO flashes. The oven will automatically turn off.

Press any button to stop beeping and clear AUTO. Refer to the Roast chart for suggested internal temperatures.

Important!

Use only the meat probe supplied with this oven.

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Compact oven chart

Compact oven suggestions and guide

The compact oven may be used in the same way as the main (upper) oven.

As the compact oven cavity is smaller and heats more efficiently, foods may need to be cooked at lower temperatures or for a shorter time than in the main oven. See the following chart.

Automatic function

In a double oven the automatic function can only be used in the main (upper) oven.

Grilling

For best results when grilling, leave the oven door open at the first stop position.

Note:

If you are cooking in the compact oven and the main oven is cold, there may be condensation on the door of the main oven. You can prevent this by preheating the main oven at the same time as the compact oven.

Compact oven times and temperatures

Food

Function

Shelf

Temp (oC)

Time (mins)

Biscuits

Fan Forced

3

160-170

8-15

Shortbread

Bake

3

150-160

20-30

 

 

 

 

 

Slices

Fan Bake

3

150-160

20-30

 

 

 

 

 

Banana cake

Fan Forced

4

150-160

50-60

 

 

 

 

 

Fruit cake (light)

Bake

4

160-170

65-85

 

 

 

 

 

Chocolate cake

Bake

4

160-170

60-75

 

 

 

 

 

Bacon and egg pie

Fan Bake

3

170-175

50-60

Lasagne

Fan Forced

3

170-175

20-30

 

 

 

 

 

Casseroles

Fan Forced

4

170-180

75-90

 

 

 

 

 

Chicken pieces

Fan Grill

4

160-175

30-45

 

 

 

 

 

Cheese on toast

Grill

2

Hi

2-3

 

 

 

 

 

Lamb roast

Bake

4

160-170

30-40mins/500 g

 

 

 

 

 

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Automatic cooking

Use automatic cooking to automatically turn the oven on, cook, then turn the oven off.

WARNING!

AUTOMATIC COOKING - SAFE FOOD HANDLING

Food should be left in the oven as short a time as possible before and after cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause potential food poisoning. Particular care should be taken during warmer weather.

Analogue clock models (A model)

Setting automatic cooking

1 Check the clock shows the correct time.

2 Select the function and temperature. The oven indicator light will glow, and the oven will come on.

3 Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary.

4Turn the COOK TIME knob anticlockwise to show the amount of minutes you need the food to cook for, eg 60 minutes.

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

For example, if you would like the oven to turn off at 7 pm, and the cooking time is 60 minutes, set the oven to turn on at 6 pm.

6Push and turn the START TIME knob anticlockwise until thetriangle is pointing to the time you would like the oven to turn on,

eg 6 pm. The oven indicator light will go out and the oven is now set for automatic cooking.

7 When automatic cooking finishes, the timer will ring until it is turned to thesymbol, and the oven will turn off.

Turning the oven off or cancelling automatic cooking

1 Turn theCOOK TIME knob until theshows in the display window.

2Press and turn the START TIME knob until thetriangle clicks into alignment with the hour hand.

3 Turn temperature and function to Off.

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Setting auto stop cooking

1Use auto stop cooking if you are home to start cooking but want the oven to turn off automatically. To set automatic stop cooking follow the first four steps for automatic cooking.

2When auto stop cooking finishes the oven will turn off. The timer will ring until it is turned to the symbol . Turn theCOOK TIME knob until theshows in the display window.

3 Turn temperature and function to Off.

Electronic clock models (C, E, ED, CTE, ASE, ASE1.5, ASE2, ASP)

Setting automatic cooking

You do not have to set a start time for the electronic clock. The clock will automatically deduct the cook time from the stop time.

1 Check the clock shows the correct time.

2Select the function and temperature. The oven indicator light will glow and the oven will come on.

3Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary.

4 Press thebutton, 0.00 will show. Using thebuttons, set the cooking time, eg 30 minutes.

5 To set the oven to turn off, press thebutton. Enter the time you would like the food to finish cooking using thebuttons, eg 9.45 am.

If there is time to wait before cooking starts, the clock display will dim with the current time of day and AUTO showing. The oven indicator light will go out and the oven is now set for automatic cooking.

6 During automatic cooking, theauto cook symbol andAUTO are shown in the display.

7When automatic cooking finishes the oven will turn off. The timer will ‘beep’, thesymbol will go out, andAUTO will finish.

8

Turn temperature and function to Off.

9

Press the

button to return to manual mode.

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Turning the oven off or cancelling automatic cooking

1 Press thebutton and then press thebuttons to 0.00.AUTO will flash.

2 Turn temperature and function to Off.

3 Press thebutton.

Setting auto stop cooking

1Use automatic stop cooking if you are home to start cooking but want the oven to turn off automatically. To set automatic stop cooking, follow the first four steps for automatic cooking.

2When the cook time is finished, the oven will beep, the cook symbol goes out, the oven turns off, and AUTO will flash.

3 Turn temperature and function to Off.

4 Press thebutton to return to the manual mode.

Soft Touch model (X, XC, ASX models)

Setting automatic cooking

You do not have to set a start time for the Soft Touch Clock. The clock will automatically deduct the cook time from the stop time.

1 Check the clock shows the correct time.

2Select the function and temperature. The oven indicator light will glow and the oven will come on.

3 Decide how long the food will take to cook allowing time for preheating if necessary.

4 Press thebutton, then using theandbuttons, set the cooking time, eg one hour.COOK TIME will flash andAUTO will show in the clock display.

5 To set the oven to turn off, press thebutton.STOP TIME will flash in the clock display. Enter the time you would like the food to finish cooking at using theandbuttons,

eg 7.45 pm.

The current time of day and AUTO are shown in the clock display.

7When automatic cooking finishes the oven will beep, turn off and AUTO will flash. Press any button to stop the beeping and clearAUTO.

8 To see the set cook time, press thebutton. To see the set stop time, press thebutton. To see the set temperature and function, press theON/OFF button.

Turning the oven off or cancelling automatic cooking

Press the CLEAR button to cancel automatic functions and theON/OFF button to turn the oven off.

Setting auto stop cooking

1 Use automatic stop cooking if you are home to start cooking but want the oven to turn off automatically. To set automatic stop cooking, follow the first four steps for automatic cooking.

2 When automatic cooking finishes, the oven will beep, turn off andAUTO will flash. Press any button to stop the beeping and clearAUTO.

3 Turn temperature and function to Off with theON/OFF button.

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Ceramic cooktop (CTE)

The ceramic cooktop is made from glass ceramic, a tough material which is not affected by changes in temperature.

Left rear element

Right rear

 

element

Left front dual

Right front

element

element

Elements

Surface hot indicators

Your cooktop has four individual elements, one of which is a dual circuit element. The diameters of the cooking area are clearly marked.

The elements become red when turned on full. Corresponding hot surface indicator lights glow on the control area.

Temperature limiters are fitted to the elements to prevent the glass from overheating. The limiters will turn the elements on and off during cooking to maintain the temperature that has been set.

WARNING!

Electrical Shock Hazard

Do not use the appliance if the cooktop surface is cracked.

Switch the appliance off at the power supply and contact your service centre.

Failure to follow these instructions could result in electrical shock.

Controls

The controls on the underbench oven are ‘push and turn’ as a safety feature to deter children from turning the cooktop on. As the control knob is turned clockwise, the heat output is increased.

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Surface hot indicator lights

The surface hot indicator lights are marked on the ceramic glass. The indicator lights will glow when the glass above an element is hot. They will continue to glow after the element has been turned off until the glass has cooled to a temperature that is safe to touch.

Dual element control

The left front element can be adjusted frominner element, tofull element.

1To heat the entire element, push and turn control anticlockwise to Hi.

2 To heat inner part only, push and turn control clockwise to Hi.

Utensils

To get the best use out of your cooktop, you may need to look at the following points when selecting utensils

1The bottom of your cookware should match the size of the cooking area. The saucepan bottom should be at the most 5 mm smaller to 10 mm larger than the heated surface.

2The saucepan base must be flat and of sufficient thickness to give good contact and even temperature distribution.

3 Cookware should be smooth with no jagged edges as these will scratch your cooktop.

4Aluminium and copper cookware can cause a metallic residue to remain on the cooktop. This should be removed immediately after each use with ceramic cooktop cleaner and polish. If it is left it will no longer be removable from the ceramic cooktop.

5Saucepan bases should always be dry as prolonged use of wet-bottomedsaucepans will cause staining to the cooktop.

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Cleaning

Important!

Please keep these guidelines in mind when you are cleaning your built-inoven. Please read the cleaning instructions on this page and the Safety & warnings before you start. Ensure the appliance is switched off at the wall and cool to touch before cleaning. Be careful of sharp edges.

Important!

Do not use abrasive cleaners on the outside surfaces of the oven. Do not use a steam cleaner to clean any surface of the oven.

Removing and replacing the oven door

1To remove the oven door for easier cleaning, open the door fully, lift the clips (C) back towards you onto the hooks.

2Raise the door slightly, holding on either side near the handle, making sure that the clips stay on the hooks (A). Lift the door out.

3To put the door back on, place upper hinge arm

(B) in the upper slot and lower hinge arm (D) in the lower slot. Push the hinge arms in as far as they will go until the slot in the lower arm locates in the hinge support.

4Lower the door gently. The clips will be released from the hooks.

5Raise the door slightly and ensure the clips are released from the hooks. Close the door.

A

B

C

D

A.HOOK

B.UPPER HINGE ARM

C.CLIP

D.LOWER HINGE ARM

Removing and replacing the fan cover

1To remove the fan cover, remove the screw at the top, supporting the cover as it drops forward. Lift the cover out of the slots at the rear of the oven.

2 To replace, fit in the reverse order.

Removing and replacing the oven lamp

Always turn the oven off at the wall before touching an oven lamp. To clean the oven more easily, pull off the glass cover. If you need to replace the light, simply unscrew it.

WARNING!

Electrical Shock Hazard

Ensure the appliance is switched off at the wall before replacing the oven lamp.

Failure to follow these instructions could result in electrical shock.

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Cleaning the fat filter

The fat filter should be cleaned after every use.

For normal soiling, place in a dishwasher on normal wash. If the fat filter is very dirty, place in a saucepan with either two tablespoons of washing powder, or one tablespoon of dishwasher

powder. Bring to the boil and leave to soak for at least 30 minutes. Rinse the filter in clean water and dry. Refer to Accessories for installing/removing the fat filter.

Cleaning the oven and oven runners

Clean the inside of the oven while still warm, using household detergents or an ammonia-basedcleaner. ‘Off the shelf’ oven cleaners may be used providing the instructions supplied by the manufacturer are followed carefully. Do not use oven cleaner onself-cleaningliners. The wire side runners may be removed to make cleaning easier. Adrop-downtop element is fitted in somebuilt-inoven models. This assists in cleaning the roof of the oven cavity.

Removing and replacing the oven runners

1To remove the runners gently push the retaining wire from underneath the stud then lift the runners up and towards the centre of the oven. The prongs at the top will slide out.

2To replace the runners, hold the runner and push prongs fully into the small slots at the top of oven cavity.

3 Lower the runners and gently place retaining wire underneath the stud.

Important!

Do not lower runners until prongs are fully inserted (so that you do not chip the enamel).

Self-cleaningliners

Self-cleaningliners are fitted in some models ofbuilt-inovens. They help reduce manual oven cleaning.

Self-cleaningliners are fitted to the side walls and back of the oven. The liners are coated with a special enamel which is porous and contains oxidising catalysts.

Any grease and dirt coming into contact with the liner is absorbed by the enamel and is broken down with the help of the oxidising catalysts at normal cooking temperatures.

As cleaning is improved by using a high temperature, it may be necessary to run the empty oven at Fan Grill, 200°C for 1 to 11/2 hours occasionally.

Important!

Do not use any detergent, abrasives or oven cleaners on self-cleaningliners.

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Cleaning the ceramic cooktop

To keep your cooktop looking attractive, it is important to clean it regularly.

Normal wear and tear will occur but this will not affect the performance of your cooktop.

Prior to cleaning your cooktop, remove any food, spillovers, grease or staining with the razor blade scraper supplied. Clean the cooktop while it is still warm to touch. Rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. The cooktop may become stained if cleaning residue remains.

Recommended cleaners

Mica®, Cera-Clean®,Steel Fix® and HillmarkCeram-X®are the recommended cleaners for your ceramic cooktop. Do not use abrasive sponges of any type. Corrosive cleaners such as oven sprays and stain removers should not be used.

Clean these spillovers immediately

Anything that MELTS on the ceramic surface may cause pitting if it is left to cool before removing. Pitting may also occur when a food with a high sugar content is spilt on the cooktop and not cleaned up immediately.

Clean these listed spillovers immediately using the razor blade scraper provided. Do not let these cool on the cooktop. If allowed to cool, pitting will occur on the surface.

Sugar

Sugar syrup

Jam

Melted plastics

Plastic wrap

Melted aluminium foil

Remember that some vegetables, eg peas and swedes, have a naturally high sugar content. The use of a ceramic cooktop cleaner and polish will help prevent spills bonding with the glass causing pitting. The spillover must still be removed immediately. Reapply cooktop cleaner and polish after every spill.

Wipe up splashes and spills using a clean damp cloth or damp paper towels.

Metallic stains

These show as a metallic sheen on the ceramic glass. They may be caused by copper-basedor aluminium saucepans. For regular use in removing metallic stains, use Mica®,Cera-Clean®,Steel Fix® and HillmarkCeram-X®.

Important!

If the stain is allowed to burn onto the surface, it may react with the glass ceramic and will no longer be removable.

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Manufacturer’s warranty

When you purchase any new Fisher and Paykel whiteware product you automatically receive a two year manufacturer’s warranty covering parts and labour for servicing.

Fisher and Paykel undertakes to

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.

This warranty DOES NOT cover

AService calls 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.

BDefects 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.

DThe cost of repairs carried out by non-authorisedrepairers or the cost of correcting such unauthorised repairs.

E Normal recommended maintenance as set out in the product’s user guide.

FRepairs when the appliance has been dismantled, repaired or serviced by other than a Fisher and Paykel AUTHORISED CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE or the selling dealer.

G Pick-upand delivery.

HTransportation or travelling costs involved in the repair when the product is installed outside the Fisher and Paykel AUTHORISED CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE’S normal service area.

Service under this manufacturer’s warranty must be provided by an Authorised Service Agent (refer to the Customer care section for contact details). Such service shall be provided during normal business hours. This warranty certificate should be shown when making any claim.

Note:

This warranty is an extra benefit and does not affect your legal rights and applies only to products purchased in New Zealand and Australia..

Please keep this user guide in a safe place. Do not return to Fisher and Paykel.

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Customer care

Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to your user guide and check:

1 Your appliance is correctly installed.

2You are familiar with its normal operation.

If after checking these points you still need assistance please refer to the following:

In New Zealand

If you need assistance...*

Call your Fisher and Paykel retailer who is trained to provide information on your appliance, or if we can be of any further help, please contact our Customer Care Centre.

Toll Free: 0800 FP CARE or 0800 37 2273

Fax: (09) 273 0656.

Email: customer.care@fp.co.nz

Postal address: P.O.Box 58732, Greenmount, Auckland.

If you need service...*

Fisher and Paykel has a network of independent Fisher and Paykel Authorised Service Centres whose fully trained technicians can carry out any service necessary on your appliance. Your dealer or our Customer Care Centre can recommend an Authorised Service Centre in your area.

In Australia

If you need assistance call...*

Call the Fisher and Paykel Customer Care Centre and talk to one of our Customer Care Consultants.

Toll Free: 1300 650 590

Fax: (07) 3826 9298

Email: customer.care@fp.com.au

Postal Address: PO Box 798, Cleveland QLD 4163

If you need service...*

Fisher and Paykel Australia Pty Ltd has a network of independent Fisher and Paykel Authorised Service Centres whose fully trained technicians can carry out any service necessary on your appliance. Our Customer Care Centre can recommend an Authorised Service Centre in your area.

*If you call or write, please provide: name, address, model and serial numbers (on the top inside of the door frame), date of purchase and a description of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to your request for assistance.

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Built-inoven user guide

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