Fisher & Paykel 447443 User Manual

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CONTENTS
Introduction 2
Accessories 2
Setting Timers & Clocks 3
Controls 7
Oven Function Cooking Guide 10 Grill Guide 11 Baking Guide 12 Roasting Guide 14
Automatic Cooking 15
Other Features 20
Meat Probe 20 Fat Filter 22 Shelf Positions 22 Cavity Ventilation Fan 22
One Touch Cooking (OTC) 23
Keylock 23
Ceramic Cooktop 24
Cleaning 26
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Built-In Oven.
We strongly recommend that you read these Use and Care Instructions carefully to take full advantage of the features offered by this product.
ACCESSORIES
Your Built-In Oven is supplied with:
1 Shallow Tray (Baking) 1 Deep Tray (Grilling/Roasting/Baking) 1 Oven/Grill Rack 1 Meat Probe (Probe/Soft-Touch Model) 1 Fat Filter (Probe/Soft-Touch Model) 1 Pizza Stone (Probe/Soft-Touch Model) 1 Pizza Paddle (Probe/Soft-Touch Model)
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SETTING TIMERS & CLOCKS
Timer Model
This has a manual timer which can be set for up to 55 minutes.
Timer
The timer can be used at any time, even when the oven is not in use.
To use the timer, turn the Timer 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.
The timer does not turn the oven off.
Analogue Clock Model
Setting The Clock
Pull out Cook Time knob and turn in either
direction until the correct time shows on the clock.
Ensure manual sign shows in window.
Timer
Turn Cook Time knob clockwise to show
number of minutes you want in the centre of the display window.
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When the set time is up a buzzer will sound
until Cook Time knob is turned clockwise to show in the display window.
If the Timer is used when the oven is
operating, the oven will turn off when the buzzer sounds.
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Electronic Clock Model
This clock has a 24 hour display and a minute timer function. It will flash 0.00 alternatively with 'Auto', when it has been turned on at the wall.
Setting The Clock
Press and hold and buttons.
Set the correct time using - / + buttons.
If you make a mistake, press and start again.
The display will dim between the hours of 22:00 and 06:00.
Minute Timer
The Minute Timer may be used at any time even when the oven is not in use or when it is set automatically.
and buttons
Press button briefly.
Set the required time using - / + buttons.
The display will show the time of day with
the timer symbol Timer is set.
indicating that the
To check remaining time press button
and the remaining time will be displayed for four seconds before showing time of day.
TIMER
TIMER
STOP
STOP
When the set time elapses, the timer will
beep. To turn beeps off, press any function button.
The timer does not turn the oven off.
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Probe Model
This clock has a 24 hour display and a minute timer function. It will flash 0.00 alternatively with and symbols when it has been turned on at the wall.
Setting The Clock
Press and hold the and stop
buttons and rotate the right hand knob until the correct time of day is set.
Minute Timer
The Minute Timer may be used at any time even when the oven is not in use, or when it is set automatically.
Press the button. The left hand side
display will show 0.00 and symbol.
To set the required time rotate the knob.
The left hand display will show the set time
and symbol .
The timer will count down in one second
steps under one minute.
When the set time elapses, the timer will
beep. To turn beeps off, press any function button.
The timer does not turn the oven off.
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Soft Touch Model
This clock has a 12 hour display and a minute timer function. The dot will flash when it has been turned on at the wall.
Setting The Clock
Press CLOCK. Select the time of day using HOURS and
MINUTES buttons.
After a few seconds the dot will stop
flashing. this means the time is set.
Minute Timer
The Minute Timer can be used at any time after the clock has been set, even when the oven is not in use.
Press MINUTE TIMER button. 'TIMER' will
flash.
Use HOURS and MINUTES buttons to enter
length of time you need.
The TIMER will automatically begin to
count down.
When the set time elapses, the TIMER will
flash and the beeper will sound. Press any button to stop beeping and clear timer.
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CONTROLS
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.
When you have finished cooking turn the oven off.
Soft-Touch Models Only
Press ON/OFF button. Your oven has been pre-set to Fan Bake 160°C. Press FUNCTION
or ¿to select required function.
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Modify TEMPERATURE as required. The temeprature display moves in 5°C steps. The oven indicator light will glow until the oven has reached the set temperature. When you have finished cooking, turn your oven off by pressing the ON/OFF button.
COOKING FUNCTIONS
There are a variety of cooking functions depending on the model of Built-In Oven you have.
Fan Cooking
Your Built-In Oven may have some of the following fan functions. A fan circulates air giving more even distribution of temperatures throughout the oven. Fan functions allow you to cook individual foods or several foods on different shelves and can be successfully used for most foods.
Fan Bake
A separate fan at the back of the oven circulates hot air from the top and bottom elements around the oven. Fan Bake is suitable for baked products, slices and pastries.
Fan/Multi Fan
Multi level fan forced 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.
Fan Grill
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 and meatballs.
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Grill
To use the grill, select Grill or Eco Grill on the Function knob. The grill can be set to the required heat by using the Temperature knob. The hottest temperature is achieved at Hi. We recommend that this temperature is used for grilling meats.
Soft-Touch Models
To use the grill, select Grill on the Function button. The grill can be set to E Eco Grill or H Full Grill. Both modes have 9 selectable steps which vary the time the elements are on. The hottest temperature is achieved at Step 9. We recommend that this temperature is used for grilling meats.
For best results when grilling, leave the oven door open at the first stop position. Foods to be grilled are placed on the grill rack in the deep tray so they can be positioned in the oven together.
Eco Grill (E) Full Grill (H)
High E9 H9
E8 H8 E7 H7 E6 H6
Medium E5 H5
E4 H4 E3 H3
E2 H2
Low E1 H1
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Grill
Grill cooks a larger area of food by using heat from an upper element and is suitable for family meals or larger amounts of food.
Eco Grill
Eco Grill is suitable for single servings or small pieces of food. By using it, you save energy by heating a smaller grill area.
When using Eco Grill place your food in the middle of the grill rack.
Bake
Heat comes from the top and bottom of the oven. The bottom element is concealed beneath the liner cover.
For baked products you will achieve a better result if the oven is pre-heated first.
Bake is suitable for cooking one tray of food at a time.
Classic Bake
With Classic Bake the heat comes from the bottom of the oven only, making it particularly good for quiches and pies. Preheat on Bake or Fan Bake and when the oven has reached the required cooking temperature, switch to Classic Bake.
Defrost
The Defrost function uses low temperature air that is circulated by the fan. The temperature should be set at 50°C at all times. This enables food to be thawed without cooking. Defrost is also suitable for rising yeast dough and drying fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Warm
Warm is a cosntant low heat. It is useful for keeping hot food warm or for warming plates and serving dishes.
Warm should not be used to reheat foods, as the food will not reach a temperature high enough to kill harmful bacteria which may be present.
Warning
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 reuslt in irreversible damage to the enamel.
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