User Manual Neff B3AVH4HN1 N 50 Built-in oven with added steam function 60 x 60 cm Stainless steel

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USER MANUAL

Safety .. 2

Preventing material damage. 4

Environmental protection and saving en ergy .. 5

Familiarising yourself with your appliance .. 6

Accessories. 9

Before using for the first time 11

Basic operation .. 11

Steam 12

Time-setting options 14

Programme 15

Childproof lock 17

Rapid heating .. 17

Sabbath mode. 17

Basic settings .. 18

Cleaning and servicing .. 19

Cleaning functions 22

Shelf supports. 23

Appliance door 25

Troubleshooting. 29

Disposal .. 31

Customer Service .. 31

How it works. 32

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .. 35

23.1 General installation instructions .. 36

1 Safety

Observe the following safety instructions.

1.1 General information ¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. ¡ Keep the instruction manual and the product information safe for future refer ence or for the next owner. ¡ Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit.

1.2 Intended use This appliance is designed only to be built into kitchen units. Read the special installation instructions.

Only a licensed professional may connect ap pliances without plugs. Damage caused by in correct connection is not covered under the warranty.

Only use this appliance: ¡ To prepare meals and drinks. ¡ In private households and in enclosed spaces in a domestic environment. ¡ Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above sea level.

1.3 Restriction on user group This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical. sensory or mental abilities or inad equate experience and/or knowledge. provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers.

Children must not play with the appliance.

Children must not perform cleaning or user maintenance unless they are at least 15 years old and are being supervised.

Keep children under the age of 8 years away from the appliance and power cable.

1.4 Safe use Always place accessories in the cooking com partment the right way round. → "Accessories". Page 9

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Combustible objects that are left in the cook ing compartment may catch fire. ▶ Never store combustible objects in the cooking compartment.

▶ If smoke is emitted. the appliance must be switched off or the plug must be pulled out and the door must be held closed in order to stifle any flames.

Loose food remnants. fat and meat juices may catch fire. ▶ Before using the appliance. remove the worst of the food residues and remnants from the cooking compartment. heating ele ments and accessories.

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Opening the appliance door creates a draught. Greaseproof paper may come into contact with the heating element and catch fire. ▶ Never place greaseproof paper loosely over accessories when preheating the ap pliance and while cooking.

▶ Always cut greaseproof paper to size and use a plate or baking tin to hold it down.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The appliance and its parts that can be touched become hot during use. ▶ Caution should be exercised here in order to avoid touching heating elements.

▶ Young children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appliance.

Accessories and cookware get very hot. ▶ Always use oven gloves to remove ac cessories or cookware from the cooking compartment.

When the cooking compartment is hot. any al coholic vapours inside may catch fire. ▶ Only use small quantities of drinks with a high alcohol content in food.

▶ Open the appliance door carefully.

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

The accessible parts of the appliance become hot during operation. ▶ Never touch these hot parts. ▶ Keep children at a safe distance.

Hot steam may escape when you open the appliance door. Steam may not be visible. de pending on the temperature. ▶ Open the appliance door carefully. ▶ Keep children at a safe distance.

If there is water in the cooking compartment when it is hot. this may create hot steam. ▶ Never pour water into the cooking compart ment when the cooking compartment is hot.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop into a crack. ▶ Do not use any harsh or abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the glass on the oven door. as they may scratch the surface.

The hinges on the appliance door move when the door is opened and closed. which could trap your fingers. ▶ Keep your hands away from the hinges.

Components inside the appliance door may have sharp edges. ▶ Wear protective gloves.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff.

▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repair ing the appliance.

▶ If the power cord of this appliance is dam aged. it must be replaced by trained spe cialist staff.

If the insulation of the power cord is dam aged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with hot appliance parts or heat sources.

▶ Never let the power cord come into contact with sharp points or edges.

▶ Never kink. crush or modify the power cord.

An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure clean ers to clean the appliance.

If the appliance or the power cord is dam aged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never operate an appliance with a cracked or fractured surface.

▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the appliance. Always unplug the appliance at the mains.

▶ If the appliance or the power cord is dam aged. immediately unplug the power cord or switch off the fuse in the fuse box.

▶ Call customer services. → Page 31

WARNING ‒ Danger: Magnetism!

Permanent magnets are used in the control panel or in the controls. These may affect electronic implants. e.g. heart pacemakers or insulin pumps. ▶ Wearers of electronic implants must stay at least 10 cm away from the control panel.

WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!

Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. ▶ Keep packaging material away from chil dren.

▶ Do not let children play with packaging ma terial.

Children may breathe in or swallow small parts. causing them to suffocate. ▶ Keep small parts away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with small parts.

1.5 Halogen bulb

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The bulbs in the cooking compartment get very hot. There is still a risk of burning for some time after they have been switched off. ▶ Do not touch the glass cover. ▶ Avoid contact with your skin when cleaning.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

When changing the bulb. the bulb socket con tacts are live. ▶ Before replacing the bulb. ensure that the appliance is switched off in order to pre vent a potential electric shock.

▶ Also unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

1.6 Steam Follow these instructions when using a steam function.

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

The water in the water tank may become very hot if you operate the appliance for long peri ods. ▶ Always empty the water tank after using the steam function.

Hot steam is generated in the cooking com partment. ▶ Do not reach into the cooking compartment when using steam.

Hot liquid may spill over the sides of the ac cessory when it is removed from the cooking compartment. ▶ Remove hot accessories with care and al ways wear oven gloves.

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Due to the hot surfaces. vapours from flam mable liquids may catch fire in the cooking compartment (explosion). The appliance door may spring open. Hot steam and jets of flame may escape. ▶ Do not pour flammable liquids (e.g. alco holic drinks) into the water tank.

▶ Only fill the water tank with water or with the descaling solution we have recommen ded.

2 Preventing material damage

2.1 General

ATTENTION!

Objects on the cooking compartment floor at over 50 °C will cause heat to build up. The baking and roasting times will no longer be correct and the enamel will be damaged. Do not place any accessories. greaseproof paper or foil of any kind on the cooking compartment floor.

Only place cookware on the cooking compartment floor if a temperature above 50 °C has been set.

When the cooking compartment is hot. any water in side it will create steam. The change in temperature may cause damage. Never pour water into the cooking compartment when it is still hot.

Never place cookware containing water on the cooking compartment floor.

The prolonged presence of moisture in the cooking compartment leads to corrosion. Allow the cooking compartment to dry after use.

Do not keep moist food in the cooking compartment for a long time with the door closed.

Do not store food in the cooking compartment.

Leaving the appliance to cool down with the door open will damage the front of neighbouring kitchen units over time. Always allow the cooking compartment to cool down with the door closed after cooking at high temperatures.

Take care not to trap anything in the appliance door.

Only leave the cooking compartment to dry with the door open if a lot of moisture was produced during operation.

Fruit juice dripping from the baking tray leaves stains that cannot be removed. When baking very juicy fruit flans. do not pack too much on the baking tray.

If possible. use the deeper universal pan.

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Using oven cleaner in a hot cooking compartment damages the enamel. Never use oven cleaner in the cooking compartment when it is still warm.

Remove all food remnants from the cooking com partment and the appliance door before you next heat up the appliance.

If the seal is very dirty. the appliance door will no longer close properly during operation. This may dam age the front of adjacent kitchen units. Keep the seal clean at all times.

Never operate the appliance if the seal is damaged or missing.

Sitting or placing objects on the appliance door may damage it. Do not place or hang objects on the appliance door.

Do not place cookware or accessories on the appli ance door.

With certain models. accessories may scratch the door pane when closing the appliance door. Always push accessories fully into the cooking com partment.

2.2 Steam

Follow these instructions when using the steam func tion.

ATTENTION!

Silicone bakeware is not suitable for combined opera tion with steam. Cookware must be heat- and steam-resistant.

Using cookware with rust spots may cause corrosion in the cooking compartment. Even the smallest spots of rust can cause corrosion. Do not use cookware with rust spots.

Hot water in the water tank may damage the steam system. Only fill the water tank with cold water.

If there is water on the cooking compartment floor when operating the appliance at temperatures above 120 °C. this will damage the enamel. Do not use the appliance if there is water on the cooking compartment floor.

Wipe away any water on the cooking compartment floor before operation.

If descaling solution comes into contact with the control panel or other delicate surfaces. it will damage them. Remove descaling solution immediately with water.

Cleaning the water tank in the dishwasher will damage it. Do not clean the water tank in the dishwasher.

Clean the water tank with a soft cloth and standard washing-up liquid.

3 Environmental protection and saving energy

3.1 Disposing of packaging

The packaging materials are environmentally compat ible and can be recycled. Sort the individual components by type and dispose of them separately.

3.2 Saving energy

If you follow these instructions. your appliance will use less power.

Only preheat the appliance if the recipe or the recom mended settings tell you to do so. ¡ Not preheating the appliance can reduce the en ergy used by up to 20%.

Use dark-coloured. black-coated or enamelled baking tins. ¡ These types of baking tin absorb the heat particu larly well.

Open the appliance door as little as possible during operation. ¡ This will maintain the temperature in the cooking compartment and eliminate the need for the appli ance to reheat.

When baking multiple dishes. do so in succession or in parallel. ¡ The cooking compartment is heated after baking the first dish. This reduces the baking time for the second cake.

If the cooking time is relatively long. you can switch the appliance off 10 minutes before the cooking time ends. ¡ There will be enough residual heat to finish cooking the dish.

Remove any accessories that are not being used from the cooking compartment. ¡ Accessories that are not being used do not need to be heated.

Allow frozen food to defrost before cooking. ¡ This will save the energy that would otherwise be required to defrost it.

4 Familiarising yourself with your appliance

4.1 Controls

You can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operat ing status.

On certain models. specific details such as colour and shape may differ from those pictured.

Buttons → "Buttons". Page 6

Function selector You can turn the function selector clockwise or anti-clockwise from the zero setting. → "Types of heating". Page 7→ "Functions".

Page 8

Display → "Display". Page 7

Temperature selector Use the temperature selector to set the temper ature for the type of heating or select the set ting for other functions. You can turn the tem perature selector clockwise and anti-clockwise. → "Temperature and setting levels". Page 8

Water tank Fill and empty the water tank. → "Filling the water tank". Page 12

→ "After every steam operation". Page 13

Note: Depending on the appliance type. the control knobs can be pushed in. To click it in or out. push the control knob in when it is in the off position.

4.2 Buttons

The buttons are touch-sensitive surfaces. Press the corresponding button to select a function.

Symbol Name Use

Time-setting options Sets the time. timer. cooking time or end time → "Time-setting options". Page 14

Left arrow Decreases the adjustment values

Right arrow Increases the adjustment values

Steam assistance Starts or cancels steam assistance → "Steam". Page 12

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Symbol Name Use

Rapid heating Starts or cancels rapid heating → "Rapid heating". Page 17

Information Displays the current cooking compartment temperature Set basic settings → "Basic settings". Page 18

4.3 Display

The display shows the current settings. options or relevant information.

The red bar above or below a symbol indicates which value is active or can be changed.

Symbol Name Use

Fill the water tank Prompt to fill the water tank → "Steam". Page 12

Empty the water tank Prompt to empty the water tank → "After every steam operation". Page 13

Descale Prompt to descale the appliance → "Descaling". Page 22

Descale Descaling programme interrupted → "Descaling interrupted". Page 23

Temperature too high The temperature in the cooking compartment is too high for the operating mode; leave the appliance to cool down → "Residual heat". Page 8

Sabbath mode Sabbath mode activated → "Sabbath mode". Page 17

Childproof lock activ ated

The childproof lock is activated → "Childproof lock". Page 17

Temperature display Appliance is heating → "Temperature display". Page 8

4.4 Types of heating

Here you can find an overview of the types of heating. You can find recommendations on using the types of heating.

Use the function selector to set the types of heating.

Symbol Type of heating and temperature range

What it's used for/how it works

CircoTherm hot air1

30 - 200 °C

Bake and roast on one or more levels.

The fan distributes the heat from the ring-shaped heating element in the back wall evenly around the cooking compartment.

CircoTherm gentle 125 - 200 °C

Cook selected dishes gently on one level without preheating.

The fan distributes the heat from the ring-shaped heating element in the back wall evenly around the cooking compartment. The food is cooked in phases us ing residual heat.

Always keep the appliance door closed when cooking.

This type of heating is used to determine the energy consumption in air recircu lation mode and the energy efficiency class.

Bread baking setting1

180 - 240 °C

For baking bread. bread rolls and baked goods that require high temperatures.

Reheat2

80 - 180 °C

For gently reheating food or for crisping up baked goods.

Pizza setting 30 - 275 °C

Cook pizza or dishes that require a lot of heat from below.

The bottom heating element and the ring-shaped heating element in the back wall heat the cooking compartment.

Bottom heating 30 - 250 °C

Final baking or cooking food in a bain marie.

Heat is emitted from below.

1 Steam-assist cooking possible from 80 °C and over (water tank must be filled before operating) 2 Steam heating function (water tank must be full before appliance is operated)

Symbol Type of heating and temperature range

What it's used for/how it works

Full-surface grill 30 - 275 °C From 275 °C:

Grill flat items such as steak and sausages. or make toast. Gratinate food.

The entire area underneath the grill element becomes hot.

Circo-roasting1

30 - 250 °C

Roast poultry. whole fish and larger pieces of meat.

The grill element and the fan switch on and off alternately. The fan circulates the hot air around the food.

Top/bottom heating1

30 - 275 °C

Traditionally bake or roast on one level. This type of heating is ideal for cakes with moist toppings.

The heat is emitted evenly from above and below.

This type of heating is used to measure the energy consumption in the conven tional mode.

1 Steam-assist cooking possible from 80 °C and over (water tank must be filled before operating) 2 Steam heating function (water tank must be full before appliance is operated)

4.5 Functions

Here you can find an overview of the functions. Use the function selector to set the functions.

Symbol Name Use

Oven light Illuminate the cooking compartment without heating. → "Lighting". Page 9

Cleaning functions EasyClean removes light dirt from the cooking compartment. → "Cleaning aid EasyClean ". Page 22 Descaling your appliance keeps it working properly. → "Descaling". Page 22

Programme For many types of food. the appliance has preprogrammed setting values that you can use. → "Programme". Page 15

4.6 Temperature and setting levels

There are different settings for the types of heating and functions.

The settings appear in the display.

The temperature can be set in 1 degree increments up to 100 °C. and in 5 degree increments thereafter.

Note: For temperature settings above 275 °C for the Grill type of heating. the appliance reduces the temper ature to approx. 250 °C after approx. 20 minutes.

Temperature display The temperature display shows you the temperature in the cooking compartment.

Notes The temperature indicator only shows the temperat ure increasing for operating modes for which you can set a temperature. e.g. for cleaning functions. the temperature display is filled immediately. Due to thermal inertia. the temperature displayed may differ slightly from the actual temperature inside the cooking compartment.

As soon as the appliance heats up. the symbol ap pears in the display.

The lines are filled from the bottom to the top as the cooking compartment heats up.

When you are preheating the appliance. the optimal time to place your food in the cooking compartment is when the symbol first goes out.

Residual heat When the appliance is switched off. the temperature in dicator shows the residual heat in the cooking com partment.

The further the temperature drops. the more lines go out.

If flashes in the display. the temperature in the cook ing compartment is too high for the selected operating mode. Switch the appliance off. wait until it has cooled down and then switch it back on again.

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4.7 Cooking compartment

The functions in the cooking compartment make your appliance easier to use.

Rails The rails in the cooking compartment enable you to place accessories at different heights. → "Accessories". Page 9 Your appliance has four shelf positions. The shelf posi tions are numbered from bottom to top.

You can remove the rails. e. g. for cleaning. → "Shelf supports". Page 23

Self-cleaning surfaces The back wall in the cooking compartment is self-clean ing. The self-cleaning surfaces are coated with a por ous. matt ceramic layer and have a rough surface.

When the appliance is in operation. the self-cleaning surfaces absorb splashes from roasting or grilling and break them down.

If the self-cleaning surfaces no longer clean themselves adequately during operation. heat up the cooking com partment specifically to the right temperature.

Lighting The oven light lights up the cooking compartment.

With most types of heating and functions. the lighting lights up during operation. When the function selector is turned to bring operation to an end. the lighting goes out.

The Oven light setting on the function selector can be used to switch on the light without heating.

Cooling fan The cooling fan switches on and off depending on the appliance's temperature. The hot air escapes above the door.

ATTENTION!

Do not cover the ventilation slot above the appliance door. The appliance overheats. Ensure that the ventilation slots are unobstructed.

To ensure that the appliance cools down more quickly after operation. the cooling fan continues to run for a certain period afterwards.

Appliance door If you open the appliance door during operation. the operation continues.

5 Accessories

Use original accessories. These have been made espe cially for your appliance.

Note: Accessories may become deformed if they get hot. Deformation has no effect on function. As the ac cessory cools down. it will regain its original shape.

The accessories supplied may differ depending on the appliance model.

Accessories Use

Wire rack Cake tins Ovenproof dishes Cookware Meat. e.g. roasting joints or steak Frozen meals

Universal pan Moist cakes Baked items Bread Large roasts Frozen meals Catching dripping liquids. e.g. fat when grilling food on the wire rack.

Baking tray Tray bakes Small baked items

5.1 Locking function

The locking function prevents the accessories from tilt ing when they are pulled out.

You can pull out the accessories approximately halfway without them tipping. The accessories must be inserted into the cooking compartment correctly for the tilt pro tection to work properly.

5.2 Sliding accessories into the cooking compartment

Always slide accessories into the cooking compartment correctly. This is the only way to ensure that accessor ies can be pulled out approximately halfway without tip ping.

1. Turn the accessories so that the notch is at the rear and is facing downwards.

2. Insert accessories between the two guide rods for the shelf position.

Wire rack Insert the wire rack with the open side facing the appliance door and the curved lip facing downwards.

Baking tray E.g. univer sal pan or baking tray

Slide the tray. e.g. the universal pan. in with the sloping edge facing the appliance door.

3. Place the accessory at the shelf positions with the pull-out rails and pull out the pull-out rails.

Wire rack or baking tray

Position the accessory so that its edge is behind the lug on the pull out rail.

Note: The pull-out rails lock in place when they are fully pulled out. Gently push the pull-out rails back into the cooking compartment.

4. Push the accessory all the way in. making sure that it does not touch the appliance door.

Note: Take any accessories that you will not be using out of the cooking compartment while the appliance is in operation.

Combining accessories You can combine the wire rack with the universal pan to catch any liquid that drips down.

1. Place the wire rack on the universal pan so that both spacers are on the rear edge of the univer sal pan.

2. Insert the universal pan between the two guide rods for a shelf position. In so doing. the wire rack is on top of the upper guide rod.

Wire rack on univer sal pan

5.3 Other accessories

You can purchase other accessories from our after sales service. specialist retailers or online.

You will find a comprehensive range of products for your appliance in our brochures and online: www.neff-international.com Accessories vary from one appliance to another. When purchasing accessories. always quote the exact product number (E no.) of your appliance.

You can find out which accessories are available for your appliance in our online shop or from our after sales service.

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6 Before using for the first time

Configure the settings for initial start-up. Clean the ap pliance and accessories.

6.1 Initial use

You need to make settings for initial use before you can use your appliance.

Setting the time on the clock Once the appliance has been connected to the mains or following a power failure. the time flashes on the dis play. The time starts at "12:00". Set the current time.

Requirement: The function selector must be set to the "Off" position ⁠.

1. Use the or button to set the time.

2. Press the button. a The time that is set appears on the display.

Tip: You can go to the basic settings → Page 18 to specify whether or not the time should be shown on the display.

Reference to setting the water hardness Set the water hardness. → "Setting the water hardness". Page 19

6.2 Cleaning the appliance before using it for the first time

Clean the cooking compartment and accessories be fore using the appliance to prepare food for the first time.

1. Remove any accessories and leftover packaging. such as polystyrene pellets. from the cooking com partment.

2. Before heating the appliance. wipe the smooth sur faces in the cooking compartment with a soft. damp cloth.

3. Fill the water tank. → "Filling the water tank". Page 12 4. Keep the room ventilated while the appliance is heating.

5. Set the type of heating with steam assistance and the temperature. → "Steam-assisted cooking". Page 12 → "Basic operation". Page 11

Type of heat ing

CircoTherm hot air with steam assistance

Temperature 200 ºC

Cooking time 30 minutes

6. Switch off the appliance after the specified cooking time.

7. Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down.

8. Empty the water tank and dry the cooking compart ment. → "After every steam operation". Page 13 9. Set the type of heating with steam assistance and the temperature.

Type of heat ing

Top/bottom heating

Temperature 240 °C

Cooking time 30 minutes

10. Switch off the appliance after the specified cooking time.

11. Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down.

12. Clean the smooth surfaces with soapy water and a dish cloth.

13. Clean the accessories using soapy water and a dish cloth or soft brush.

7 Basic operation

7.1 Switching on the appliance

Turn the function selector to any position other than the "Off" position ⁠. a The appliance is switched on.

7.2 Switching off the appliance

Turn the function selector to the "Off" position ⁠. a The appliance is switched off.

7.3 Setting the type of heating and temperature

1. Use the function selector to set the type of heating.

2. Use the temperature selector to set the temperature or grill setting. a The appliance starts heating after a few seconds.

Changing the type of heating You can change the type of heating at any time. Use the function selector to set the required type of heating.

Changing the temperature You can change the temperature at any time.

Use the temperature selector to set the required temperature.

8 Steam

You can switch on steam assistance with some heating types.

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

Hot steam may escape when you open the appliance door. Steam may not be visible. depending on the tem perature. Open the appliance door carefully.

Keep children at a safe distance.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The water tank may heat up while the appliance is in operation. Wait until the water tank has cooled down from the previous operation.

Remove the water tank from the tank recess.

8.1 Steam-assisted cooking

When you cook with steam assistance. the appliance introduces steam into the cooking compartment at vari ous intervals. This gives your food a crispy crust and a shiny surface. Meat stays juicy. tender and only under goes a minimum reduction in volume.

Starting steam-assisted cooking Tip: Use the programmes or the settings in the tables.

1. Fill the water tank. → "Filling the water tank". Page 12 2. Set a suitable type of heating: CircoTherm hot air

Top/bottom heating

Circo-roasting

Bread baking setting ⁠3. Set a temperature between 80 and 240 °C.

4. Use the button to set the steam intensity.

Intensity Setting

High

Cancelling steam-assisted cooking Press the button repeatedly until the steam in tensity goes out in the display. a The appliance continues to operate but without steam assistance. → "After every steam operation". Page 13

Ending steam-assisted cooking 1. Switch off the appliance.

2. Empty the water tank and dry the cooking compart ment. → "After every steam operation". Page 13

8.2 Reheating

With the "Reheating" type of heating. you can gently reheat food that has already been cooked or crisp up day-old baked goods. The appliance switches the steam on automatically.

Starting reheating Requirement: The cooking compartment has cooled down.

1. Fill the water tank. → "Filling the water tank". Page 12 2. Set the regeneration type of heating.

3. Set the temperature. a The appliance starts to heat and produce steam after a few seconds.

Ending reheating 1. Switch off the appliance.

2. Empty the water tank and dry the cooking compart ment. → "After every steam operation". Page 13

8.3 Filling the water tank

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Due to the hot surfaces. vapours from flammable li quids may catch fire in the cooking compartment (ex plosion). The appliance door may spring open. Hot steam and jets of flame may escape. Do not pour flammable liquids (e.g. alcoholic drinks) into the water tank.

Only fill the water tank with water or with the descal ing solution we have recommended.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The water tank may heat up while the appliance is in operation. Wait until the water tank has cooled down from the previous operation.

Remove the water tank from the tank recess.

Requirement: The water hardness has now been set correctly. → "Setting the water hardness". Page 19

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1. Press on the water tank and pull the water tank out

2. Press on the water tank lid and unscrew it

3. Fill the water tank with water up to the mark

4. Press on the water tank lid and screw it on

5. Place the water tank back in the opening and press it down until it clicks into place

Refilling the water tank If an audible signal sounds and "Fill water tank" ap pears in the display. refill the water tank.

Note: If you do not refill the water tank. operation of the appliance continues without steam-assisted cooking.

1. Remove and refill the water tank.

2. Refit the filled water tank.

8.4 After every steam operation

The remaining water is pumped back into the water tank after every operation with steam. Then empty and dry the water tank and the cooking compartment.

Emptying the water tank

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The water tank may heat up while the appliance is in operation. Wait until the water tank has cooled down from the previous operation.

Remove the water tank from the tank recess.

ATTENTION!

Drying the water tank in the hot cooking compartment leads to damage to the water tank. Do not dry the water tank in the hot cooking com partment.

Cleaning the water tank in the dishwasher will damage it. Do not clean the water tank in the dishwasher.

Clean the water tank with a soft cloth and standard washing-up liquid.

1. Press on the water tank.

2. Pull out the water tank.

3. Unscrew the lid on the water tank.

4. Empty the water tank. clean it with detergent and then rinse it thoroughly with clean water.

5. Dry all parts with a soft cloth.

6. Rub the seal on the lid until dry.

7. Leave the water tank to dry with the lid open.

8. Place the lid on the water tank and screw it on.

9. Insert the water tank.

Drying the cooking compartment

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The appliance becomes hot during operation. Allow the appliance to cool down before cleaning.

ATTENTION!

If there is water on the cooking compartment floor when operating the appliance at temperatures above 120 °C. this will damage the enamel. Do not use the appliance if there is water on the cooking compartment floor.

Wipe away any water on the cooking compartment floor before operation.

Requirement: The cooking compartment has cooled down.

1. Remove any dirt from the cooking compartment.

2. Dry the cooking compartment with a sponge.

3. Remove limescale marks with a cloth soaked in vin egar. then rinse with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.

4. Leave the appliance door open for 1 hour so that the cooking compartment dries completely.

9 Time-setting options

Your appliance has different time-setting options. with which you can control its operation.

9.1 Overview of the time-setting options

With the button. select the different time-setting op tions.

Time-setting option

Timer The timer can be set independently of the appliance when it is in opera tion. It does not affect the appliance.

Cooking time If you set a cooking time. operation of the appliance stops automatically once this time has elapsed.

End time For the cooking time. you can set the time at which operation ends. The appliance starts up automatically so that it finishes cooking at the re quired time.

Time You can set the time.

9.2 Setting the timer

The timer runs independently of the appliance when it is in operation. The timer can be set when the appli ance is switched on or off. up to 23 hours and 59 minutes. The timer has its own audible signal so that you can tell whether it is the timer or a cooking time which has elapsed.

1. Press the button repeatedly until is highlighted in the display.

2. Use the or button to set the timer duration.

Button Default value 5 minutes 10 minutes

The timer duration can be set in 30-second incre ments up to 10 minutes. Above 10 minutes. the time increments become longer the higher the value. a The timer starts and the timer duration begins to count down after a few seconds. a An audible signal sounds and the timer duration is zero in the display when the timer duration has elapsed.

3. Once the timer duration has elapsed: Press any button to switch off the timer.

Changing the timer You can change the timer duration at any time.

Requirement: is highlighted on the display. Use the or button to change the timer duration. a The appliance applies the change after a few seconds.

Cancelling the timer You can cancel the timer duration at any time.

Requirement: is highlighted on the display.

Use the button to reset the timer duration to zero. a After a few seconds. the appliance applies the change and goes out.

9.3 Setting the cooking time

You can set a cooking time for operation of up to 23 hours 59 minutes.

Requirement: The type of heating and temperature or setting are set.

1. Press the button repeatedly until is highlighted in the display.

2. Use the or button to set the cooking time.

Button Default value 10 minutes 30 minutes

The cooking time can be set in 1-minute increments up to 1 hour. and then in 5-minute increments. a The appliance starts heating and the cooking time counts down after a few seconds. a If the cooking time has elapsed. an audible signal sounds and the display shows the cooking time as zero.

3. When the cooking time has elapsed: Press any button to end the audible signal before it sounds. To set a cooking time again. press the button. When your food is ready. switch off the appli ance.

Changing the cooking time You can change the cooking time at any time.

Requirement: is highlighted on the display.

Change the cooking time using the or button. a The appliance applies the change after a few seconds.

Cancelling the cooking time You can cancel the cooking time at any time.

Requirement: is highlighted on the display.

Reset the cooking time to zero using the button. a After a few seconds. the appliance applies the change and continues to heat without a cooking time.

9.4 Setting the end time

You can delay the time at which cooking is due to fin ish by up to 23 hours and 59 minutes.

Notes The end time cannot be set for types of heating with grill function. In order to achieve a good cooking result. do not delay the end time once the appliance is already in operation. Food will spoil if you leave it in the cooking com partment too long.

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Requirements ¡ The type of heating and temperature or setting are set. ¡ A cooking time is set.

1. Press the button repeatedly until is highlighted in the display.

2. Press the or button. a The display shows the calculated end time.

3. Use the or button to delay the end time. a After a few seconds. the appliance applies the set ting and the display shows the set end time. a Once the calculated start time has been reached. the appliance starts heating up and the cooking time starts counting down. a Once the time has elapsed. an audible signal sounds and the display shows the cooking time as zero.

4. When the cooking time has elapsed: Press any button to end the signal prematurely. To set another cooking time. press the button. When your food is ready. switch off the appli ance.

Changing the end time In order to achieve a good cooking result. you can only change the set end time before operation starts and the cooking time starts counting down.

Requirement: is highlighted on the display.

Use the or button to delay the end time. a The appliance applies the change after a few seconds.

Cancelling the end time You can delete the set end at any time.

Requirement: is highlighted on the display.

Reset the end time to the current time plus the set cooking time using the button. a After a few seconds. the appliance applies the change and starts heating up. The cooking time counts down.

9.5 Setting the time on the clock

Once the appliance has been connected to the mains or following a power failure. the time flashes on the dis play. The time starts at "12:00". Set the current time.

Requirement: The function selector must be set to the "Off" position ⁠.

1. Use the or button to set the time.

2. Press the button. a The time that is set appears on the display.

Tip: You can go to the basic settings → Page 18 to specify whether or not the time should be shown on the display.

Changing the time on the clock You can change the time on the clock at any time.

Requirement: The function selector must be set to the "Off" position ⁠.

1. Press the button repeatedly until is highlighted in the display.

2. Use the or button to change the time. a The appliance applies the change after a few seconds.

10 Programme

The programmes help you to use your appliance to prepare different dishes by selecting the optimum set tings automatically.

10.1 Cookware for programmes

You should therefore use heat-resistant cookware that is suitable for temperatures up to 300 °C.

Glass or glass ceramic cookware is best. The joint should cover approx. two thirds of the cookware base.

Cookware made from the following material is not suitable: Bright. shiny aluminium

Unglazed clay Plastic or plastic handles

10.2 Steam

For the steam function. the appliance provides you with programmes that allow you to prepare food easily and professionally.

Information about the steam functions can be found un der Steam. → "Steam". Page 12

10.3 Programme table

In the programme table. you can find pre-programmed setting values for the listed dishes.

No.

Food Cookware Weight range

Weight setting

Shelf posi tions

Note

Plaited loaf. savarin Baking tray with greaseproof paper

0.6–1.5 kg Weight of dough

The cooking compart ment must be cold to be gin with.

No.

Food Cookware Weight range

Weight setting

Shelf posi tions

Note

Proving yeast dough Bowl on wire rack 0.5–1.5 kg Weight of dough

The cooking compart ment must be cold to be gin with.

Wheat bread. multi-grain wheat bread on a baking tray

Baking tray with greaseproof paper

0.5–2.0 kg Weight of dough

The cooking compart ment must be cold to be gin with.

Wheat bread. multi-grain wheat bread in a loaf tin

Cake tin. greased and floured

0.8–2.0 kg Weight of dough

The cooking compart ment must be cold to be gin with.

White bread on a baking tray

Baking tray with greaseproof paper

0.5–2.0 kg Weight of dough

If you are baking two loaves at the same time. enter the weight of the heavier bread.

Multi-grain rye bread Cake tin. greased and floured

0.8–2.0 kg Weight of dough

The cooking compart ment must be cold to be gin with.

Flatbread Baking tray with greaseproof paper

0.4–1.0 kg Weight of dough

The cooking compart ment must be cold to be gin with.

Chicken. unstuffed Ready to cook. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

0.9–1.5 kg Chicken weight

Place in the cookware with the breast facing up.

Chicken pieces Ready to cook. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

0.1–0.8 kg Weight of the heav iest piece

Duck. unstuffed Ready to cook. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

1.3–2.5 kg Duck weight

Place in the cookware with the breast facing up.

Goose. unstuffed Ready to cook. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

2.3–4.5 kg Goose weight

Place in the cookware with the breast facing up.

Fillet of beef. medium Ready to cook. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

0.8–2.0 kg Weight of meat

The meat does not need to be seared beforehand.

Fish. whole Ready to cook. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

0.8–1.5 kg Weight of fish

Place in the dish in a swimming position.

Pork neck joint Boned. seasoned

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

0.8–2.5 kg Weight of meat

The meat does not need to be seared beforehand.

Joint of pork E.g. shoulder. seasoned. and scored rind

Roasting dish without lid or universal pan

1.0–2.0 kg Weight of meat

Place in the cookware fatty side up; salt the rind well

10.4 Preparing food for the programme

Use fresh and. ideally. chilled food. Use frozen food straight from the freezer.

1. Weigh the food.

The weight of the food is required in order to cor rectly set the programme.

2. Add the food to the cookware.

3. Place the cookware onto the wire rack.

Always place the cookware into the cooking com partment while it is cold.

10.5 Setting a programme

The appliance selects the optimal type of heating. tem perature and cooking time. All you need to do is set the weight.

Notes You can set the weight only in the intended area.

After the programme starts. you can no longer change the programme and the weight.

Requirement: The cooking compartment has cooled down.

1. Fill water tank 2. Use the function selector to set Programme ⁠. appears in the display.

3. Use the or button to set the programme.

4. Set the weight using the temperature selector. a The appliance will start heating. a Once the dish is ready. the appliance stops heating and a signal sounds.

5. If required. continue to cook the dish. Use the button to set the amount of extra cook ing time you want to add.

6. Switch off the appliance.

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11 Childproof lock

You can secure your appliance to prevent children from accidentally switching it on or changing the set tings.

Note: You can go to the basic settings → Page 18 to specify whether you want the option to set the child proof lock.

You can use the childproof lock to lock the control ele ments of the appliance only.

11.1 Automatic childproof lock

When the appliance is switched off. it locks automatic ally. You need to pause the automatic childproof lock before you switch on the appliance.

You can activate and deactivate the automatic child proof lock in the basic settings. → "Basic settings". Page 18

Pausing the automatic childproof lock Requirement: The automatic childproof lock is activ ated in the basic settings. → "Basic settings". Page 18 Press and hold the button until goes out on the display.

11.2 Childproof lock

If you activate the childproof lock. the appliance is locked until you deactivate the childproof lock. If you switch off the appliance after the next operation. the childproof lock is not activated automatically.

Activating the childproof lock Press and hold the button until appears on the display.

Deactivating the childproof lock Press and hold the button until goes out on the display.

12 Rapid heating

To save time. rapid heating can shorten the preheating time for set temperatures over 100 °C.

Rapid heating is possible for the following types of heating: CircoTherm hot air

Bread baking setting Top/bottom heating

12.1 Setting rapid heating

To ensure an even cooking result. do not place the food in the cooking compartment until rapid heating has come to an end.

Note: Do not set a cooking time until rapid heating has come to an end.

1. Set a suitable type of heating and a temperature of at least 100 °C.

Rapid heating automatically switches off at temper atures of 200 °C and above.

2. If rapid heating does not switch off automatically. press the button. appears in the display and the arrows are filled from the bottom to the top. a Rapid heating starts after a few seconds. a Once rapid heating has ended. a signal tone sounds and the symbol goes out on the display.

3. Place the food in the cooking compartment.

Cancelling rapid heating Press the button. a The symbol disappears from the display.

13 Sabbath mode

You can set a time of over 70 hours using Sabbath mode. You can use Top/bottom heating to keep food warm between 85 °C and 140 °C during this time without having to switch the appliance on or off.

13.1 Starting Sabbath mode

Notes If you open the appliance door during operation. the appliance does not interrupt the operation. Once it has started. you can no longer change or in terrupt Sabbath mode. You cannot delay the end time for Sabbath mode.

Requirement: Sabbath mode is activated in the basic settings. → "Basic settings". Page 18

1. Use the function selector to set the type of heating

14 Basic settings

You can configure the appliance to meet your needs.

14.1 Overview of the basic settings

Here you can find an overview of the basic settings and factory settings. The basic settings depend on the features of your appliance.

Display Basic setting Selection

Automatic childproof lock = no1

= yes

Signal duration upon completion of a cook ing time or timer period

= 10 seconds = 30 seconds1

= 2 minutes

Waiting time until a setting is adopted = 3 seconds1

= 6 seconds = 10 seconds

Button tone when pressing a button = off = on1

Brightness of the display illumination = dark = medium1

= bright

Time display = hide the time = display the time1

Childproof lock can be adjusted = no = yes1

Interior lighting during operation = no = yes1

Cooling fan run-on time = short = medium1

= long = extra long

Telescopic shelves retrofitted2 = no 1 (for rails and 1-level pull-out) = yes (for 2- and 3-level pull-out)

Sabbath mode available = no1

= yes

Water hardness → "Setting the water hardness". Page 19

= softened = soft (up to 1.5 mmol/l) = medium (1.5–2.5 mmol/l) = hard (2.5–3.8 mmol/l)1

= very hard (above 3.8 mmol/l)

Automatic rapid heating from 200 °C2 = no = yes1

Reset all values to factory settings = no1

= yes

1 Factory setting (may vary according to model) 2 Depending on the appliance specifications

14.2 Changing basic settings

Requirement: The appliance is switched off.

1. Press and hold the button for approximately four seconds. a The first basic setting appears in the display. e.g. ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠.

2. Use the temperature selector to change the setting.

3. Use the or button to switch to the next basic set ting.

4. To save the changes. press and hold the button for approx. four seconds.

Note: Your changes to the basic settings will be re tained even after a power failure.

14.3 Discarding changes to the basic settings

Turn the function selector. a All changes are discarded and not saved.

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14.4 Setting the water hardness

ATTENTION!

If the wrong water hardness has been set. the appli ance cannot remind you to descale it at the right time. Set the water hardness correctly.

Using unsuitable liquids may damage the appliance. Do not use distilled water. highly chlorinated tap wa ter (>40 mg/l) or other liquids.

Only use cold. fresh tap water. softened water or non-carbonated mineral water.

Requirements ¡ Before you set the water hardness. ask your water supplier about the hardness of your tap water. ¡ The appliance must be switched off.

1. Press and hold the button for approximately four seconds. a The first basic setting appears in the display. e.g. ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠.

2. Use the or button to switch to the next basic set ting ⁠ ⁠ ⁠.

3. Use the temperature selector to set the water hard ness.

Tip: If your tap water is very hard. we recommend that you use softened water. If you use only softened water. you can set your appliance to the "softened" water hardness range.

Tip: If you use mineral water. set the water hardness range to "very hard". If you use mineral water. you must only use non-carbonated mineral water.

Water hardness basic setting

Water hardness in mmol/l

German hardness in °dH

French hardness °fH

⁠ ⁠ ⁠ = softened1

⁠ ⁠ ⁠ = soft Up to 1.5 Up to 8.4 Up to 15

⁠ ⁠ ⁠ = me dium

1.5-2.5 8.4-14 15-25

⁠ ⁠ ⁠ = hard 2.5-3.8 14-21.3 25-38

⁠ ⁠ ⁠ = very hard2 Above

Above 21.3

Above 38

1 Only set this if you will be using solely softened water.

2 Also set for mineral water. Only use non-carbon ated mineral water.

4. To save the changes. press and hold the button for approx. four seconds.

15 Cleaning and servicing

To keep your appliance working efficiently for a long time. it is important to clean and maintain it carefully.

15.1 Cleaning products

In order to avoid damaging the various oven surfaces on the appliance. do not use unsuitable cleaning products.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. Do not use steam- or high-pressure cleaners to clean the appliance.

ATTENTION!

Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the sur faces of the appliance. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning products.

Do not use cleaning products with a high alcohol content.

Do not use hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges.

Do not use any special cleaners for cleaning the ap pliance while it is hot.

Using oven cleaner in a hot cooking compartment damages the enamel. Never use oven cleaner in the cooking compartment when it is still warm.

Remove all food remnants from the cooking com partment and the appliance door before you next heat up the appliance.

New sponge cloths contain residues from production. Wash new sponge cloths thoroughly before use.

Suitable cleaning agents Only use cleaning products that are suitable for the dif ferent surfaces on your appliance.

Follow the instructions on cleaning the appliance. → "Cleaning the appliance". Page 21

Appliance front

Surface Suitable cleaning agents Information

Stainless steel Hot soapy water Special stainless steel cleaning products suitable for hot sur faces

To prevent corrosion. remove any patches of limescale. grease. starch or albumin (e.g. egg white) on stainless steel surfaces imme diately.

Apply a thin layer of the stainless steel cleaning product with a soft cloth.

Plastic or painted surfaces E.g. control panel

Hot soapy water Do not use glass cleaner or a glass scraper.

Appliance door

Area Suitable cleaning agents Information

Door panels Hot soapy water Do not use a glass scraper or a stainless steel wool.

Tip: Remove the door panels in order to clean them thoroughly. → "Appliance door". Page 25

Door cover Made of stainless steel: Stainless steel cleaner Made of plastic: Hot soapy water

Do not use glass cleaner or a glass scraper.

Tip: Remove the door cover for thorough cleaning. → "Appliance door". Page 25

Door handle Hot soapy water To avoid permanent stains. remove descaling agents from the door handle immediately.

Door seal Hot soapy water Do not remove or scrub.

Cooking compartment

Area Suitable cleaning agents Information

Enamel surfaces Hot soapy water Vinegar water Oven cleaner

Soak any heavily soiled areas and use a brush or steel wool.

Leave the appliance door open to dry the cooking compartment after cleaning it.

Notes Enamel burns at very high temperatures. causing minor discol ouration. The functionality of your appliance is not affected by this. The edges of thin trays cannot be completely enamelled and may be rough. This does not impair corrosion protection. Food residues will leave a white coating on the enamel surfaces.

The coating does not pose a health risk. The functionality of your appliance is not affected by this. You can remove residues with lemon juice.

Self-cleaning sur faces

Follow the instructions for self-cleaning surfaces.

Glass cover for the oven light

Hot soapy water Use oven cleaner to remove very heavy soiling.

Rails Hot soapy water Soak any heavily soiled areas and use a brush or steel wool.

Tip: Remove the shelf supports for cleaning. → "Shelf supports". Page 23

Pull-out system Hot soapy water Use a brush to remove very heavy soiling.

Clean the pull-out rails while they are pushed in so that you do not remove the lubricant.

Do not clean in the dishwasher.

Tip: Detach the pull-out system for cleaning. → "Shelf supports". Page 23

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Area Suitable cleaning agents Information

AccessorIes Hot soapy water Oven cleaner

Soak any heavily soiled areas and use a brush or steel wool.

Enamelled accessories are dishwasher-safe.

Water tank Hot soapy water To remove residual detergent after cleaning. rinse thoroughly with clean water.

To dry the water tank after cleaning. leave the water tank to dry with the lid open. Dry the seal on the lid.

Do not clean in the dishwasher.

15.2 Cleaning the appliance

In order to avoid damaging the appliance. you must clean your appliance only as specified. and with suit able cleaning products.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The appliance and its parts that can be touched be come hot during use. Caution should be exercised here in order to avoid touching heating elements.

Young children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appliance.

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Loose food remnants. fat and meat juices may catch fire. Before using the appliance. remove the worst of the food residues and remnants from the cooking com partment. heating elements and accessories.

Requirement: Read the information on cleaning products. → "Cleaning products". Page 19 1. Clean the appliance using hot soapy water and a dish cloth. For some surfaces. you can use alternative cleaning agents. → "Suitable cleaning agents". Page 19 2. Dry with a soft cloth.

15.3 Checking the cooking compartment seal after cleaning

If the cooking compartment seal is on the left or right of the spacer slide the cooking compart ment seal inwards until it is beside the spacer

15.4 Cleaning self-cleaning surfaces in the cooking compartment

The back wall in the cooking compartment is self-clean ing. The self-cleaning surfaces are coated with a por ous. matt ceramic layer and have a rough surface.

When the appliance is in operation. the self-cleaning surfaces absorb splashes from baking. roasting or grilling and break them down. If the self-cleaning sur faces no longer clean themselves adequately during operation. heat up the cooking compartment specific ally to the right temperature.

ATTENTION!

If you do not clean the self-cleaning surfaces regularly. they may become damaged. If dark stains are visible on the self-cleaning sur faces. heat up the cooking compartment.

Do not use oven cleaner or abrasive cleaning aids.

If oven cleaner accidentally comes into contact with the self-cleaning surfaces. dab it off immediately us ing water and a sponge cloth. Do not rub.

1. Remove accessories and cookware from the cook ing compartment.

2. Detach the rails and remove them from the cooking compartment.

3. Use a detergent solution and a soft cloth to remove heavy soiling: From the smooth enamel surfaces From the inside of the appliance door From the glass cover for the oven light This prevents stains that cannot be removed.

4. Remove any objects from the cooking compartment.

The cooking compartment must be empty.

5. Use the function selector to set Bread baking set ting.

6. Use the temperature selector to set the maximum temperature. a The appliance starts heating after a few seconds.

7. Switch off the appliance after one hour.

8. Once the appliance has cooled down. wipe the cooking compartment with a damp cloth.

Note: Reddish marks may appear on the self-clean ing surfaces. This is residue from food. These spots are not harmful and are not rust. These marks do not impair the cleaning ability of the self-cleaning surfaces.

9. Attach the rails.

16 Cleaning functions

Use the cleaning functions to clean the appliance.

16.1 Cleaning aid EasyClean

Use the cleaning aid EasyClean for intermediate clean ing of the cooking compartment. The cleaning aid EasyClean softens dirt by vaporising the soapy water.

The dirt can then be removed more easily.

Setting the cleaning aid EasyClean

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

If there is water in the cooking compartment when it is hot. this may create hot steam. Never pour water into the cooking compartment when the cooking compartment is hot.

Notes The interior lighting remains off while the cleaning aid is running. You cannot delay the end time. The length of time has been preset and cannot be changed.

Requirements ¡ You can only start the cleaning aid once the cooking compartment is cold (room temperature) and the ap pliance door is closed. ¡ Do not open the appliance door while the appliance is in operation. Otherwise. the appliance will stop the cleaning aid. ¡ To remove particularly stubborn dirt. leave the soapy water to work for some time before starting the cleaning aid. ¡ To remove particularly stubborn dirt. rub soapy water onto the dirt on smooth surfaces before starting the cleaning aid.

1. Remove the accessories from the cooking compart ment.

2. ATTENTION!

Distilled water in the cooking compartment leads to corrosion. Do not use distilled water.

Mix 0.4 litres water with a drop of washing-up liquid and pour into the centre of the cooking compart ment floor.

3. Use the function selector to set the cleaning functions a The symbol and the cleaning functions appear in the display. The first cleaning function is highlighted.

4. Press the or button repeatedly until the symbol is highlighted. appears in the display.

5. Turn the temperature selector. appears in the display. a The cleaning aid starts after a few seconds. The duration counts down in the display. a Once the cleaning aid has run through to the end. an audible signal sounds.

Note: If flashes in the display when the cleaning aid is switched on. this indicates that the cooking compart ment has not completely cooled down. Switch off the appliance. Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down and switch the cleaning aid back on.

Recleaning the cooking compartment ATTENTION!

The prolonged presence of moisture in the cooking compartment leads to corrosion. After using the cleaning aid. wipe the cooking com partment clean and allow it to dry fully.

If there is water on the cooking compartment floor when operating the appliance at temperatures above 120 °C. this will damage the enamel. Do not use the appliance if there is water on the cooking compartment floor.

Wipe away any water on the cooking compartment floor before operation.

1. Open the appliance door and remove the remaining water with an absorbent sponge cloth.

2. Clean the smooth surfaces in the cooking compart ment with a dish cloth or a soft brush. Stubborn residues can be removed using a stainless steel scouring pad.

3. Remove limescale with a cloth soaked in vinegar.

Then wipe with clean water and rub dry with a soft cloth (including under the door seal).

4. If you are unable to remove stubborn dirt. repeat the cleaning aid after the cooking compartment has cooled down.

5. To switch off. turn the function selector to the zero setting.

6. Lower the appliance door and leave it open for ap prox. one hour to allow the surfaces in the cooking compartment to dry thoroughly. To dry the cooking compartment quickly. heat up the appliance for approx. five minutes at Circo Therm hot air and 50 °C while the door is open.

16.2 Descaling

To ensure that your appliance continues to operate cor rectly. it must be descaled regularly.

The frequency with which the appliance must be de scaled depends on the hardness of the water used.

The symbol reminds you to run the descaling pro gramme.

There are four steps in the descaling programme. For hygiene reasons. the descaling programme must be run through completely so that the appliance can be ready for operation again. Descaling takes around 90– 110 minutes in total:

Display Step First step: Descaling Approx. 65 min Second step: Rinse cycle Approx. 9 min Third step: Rinse cycle Approx. 9 min Fourth step: Rinse cycle Approx. 9 min

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First step ( ⁠ ⁠ ⁠) ATTENTION!

The length of time for which the descaler is left to work is based on the recommended. liquid descaler. Other descalers may damage the appliance. Only use the liquid descaler recommended by us for the descaling programme.

If descaling solution comes into contact with the control panel or other delicate surfaces. it will damage them. Remove descaling solution immediately with water.

Note: Do not pour more than 150 ml of liquid into the water tank throughout the descaling process.

1. Mixing a descaling solution: 50 ml liquid descaler 100 ml water 2. Pour the descaling solution into the water tank and insert the water tank.

3. Use the function selector to set the cleaning functions a The symbol and the cleaning functions appear in the display. The first cleaning function is highlighted.

4. Press the or button repeatedly until the symbol is highlighted. appears in the display.

5. Turn the temperature selector. appears in the display. Descaling starts after a few seconds. a At the end of the descaling programme. ap pears in the display.

6. Remove the water tank and clean thoroughly with water.

Second step ( ⁠ ⁠ ⁠) 1. Fill the water tank with 150 ml water and insert it. a At the end of the rinse cycle. appears in the display.

2. Remove the water tank and clean thoroughly with water.

Third step ( ⁠ ⁠ ⁠) 1. Fill the water tank with 150 ml water and insert it. a At the end of the rinse cycle. appears in the display.

2. Remove the water tank and clean thoroughly with water.

Fourth step ( ⁠ ⁠ ⁠) 1. Fill the water tank with 150 ml water and insert it. a At the end of the rinse cycle. ⁠ ⁠: appears in the display.

2. Remove the water tank and clean thoroughly with water.

3. Dry the water tank and re-insert it. a Descaling is complete and the appliance is ready for use again.

Descaling interrupted If descaling is interrupted (for example. due to a power failure or because the appliance is switched off). the symbol appears in the display after the appliance is switched back on. You will be prompted to rinse three times. The appliance cannot be used for other opera tions until the third rinse cycle comes to an end.

Note: If you set another operation. (Cleaning) ap pears in the display. Repeat the interrupted descaling programme after rinsing.

1. Empty the water tank and clean thoroughly with wa ter.

2. Insert the empty water tank.

3. Use the function selector to set descaling

4. Turn the temperature selector. appears in the display. a After a few seconds. the appliance pumps the re maining liquid into the water tank.

5. Empty the water tank and clean thoroughly with wa ter.

6. To rinse the steam system. run the three rinse cycles in the descaling programme. → "Second step ( )". Page 23 7. Restart descaling.

17 Shelf supports

To clean the rails and the cooking compartment. or to replace the rails. you can remove these.

17.1 Detaching the shelf supports

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The shelf supports get very hot Never touch the shelf supports when hot.

Always allow the appliance to cool down.

Keep children at a safe distance.

1. Lift the rail forwards slightly and detach it

2. Pull the whole rail to the front and remove it.

17.2 Attaching the shelf supports

Notes The rails only fit on the right or left.

For both pull-out rails. ensure that you can pull them forwards and out.

1. First. push the rail into the middle of the rear socket until the rail rests against the cooking compartment wall. and then push this back

2. Push the rail into the front socket until the rail also rests against the cooking compartment wall. and then press this downwards

17.3 Removing the pull-out rail

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The shelf supports get very hot Never touch the shelf supports when hot.

Always allow the appliance to cool down.

Keep children at a safe distance.

ATTENTION!

The self-cleaning surfaces in the cooking compartment may be damaged by detaching and attaching the pull out rails. Detach the rails before detaching or attaching the pull-out rails.

Notes Depending on the appliance type. you must change the basic settings for the telescopic rails for appli ances with rails and pull-out rails. → "Basic settings". Page 18 If necessary. you can use pull-out rails on all levels.

1. Push on the tab marked PUSH behind the rail. and push the rail to the rear.

2. Keep the PUSH tab pushed back and swing the rail outwards

3. Pull the rail out towards the front until the retainer at the back unhooks.

4. Remove the pull-out rail.

5. Clean the pull-out rail. → "Cleaning products". Page 19

17.4 Attaching the pull-out rail

Note: The pull-out rails only fit on the right or left. Make sure when you fit them that you can pull them out to wards the front.

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1. Insert the pull-out rail between the two bars.

2. Push the retainer in between the lower and the upper bar.

3. Keep the PUSH tab pushed in and swing the pull out rail inwards until the front retainer is located between the two bars Release the PUSH tab.

18 Appliance door

To ensure that your appliance retains its appearance and remains fully functioning for a long time. you can detach the appliance door and clean it.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

If the hinges are not secured due to an incomplete lock. they can snap shut with great force. To detach or attach the appliance door. always turn the two locks as far as they will go.

If the hinge snaps closed when detaching or attach ing the appliance door. do not reach into the hinge – call the after-sales service.

18.1 Detaching the appliance door

Requirements ¡ Have a torch ready. ¡ Have a screwdriver ready. ¡ Have a coin ready.

1. To make it easier to see the door lock. shine the torch into the gap beside the appliance door.

2. Hold the screwdriver horizontally and use it to push the door lock (black component) on each side of the door upwards as far as it will go

Door lock open

Door lock closed

3. Open the appliance door approx. 45° wide.

4. Insert the coin in the gap in the lock and rotate as far as it will go Turn the lock on the left-hand side in a clockwise direction. Turn the lock on the right-hand side in an anti clockwise direction.

Left-hand lock secured The arrows point to each other

Left-hand lock released

5. ATTENTION!

Opening and closing the appliance door when it is in the lock position damages the door hinges. Never force the appliance door open or closed.

If the door hinge has been damaged. call the after-sales service.

Move the appliance door up and down until you hear a quiet click. You can still only move the appli ance door slightly.

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WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

The appliance door has a weight of 7–10 kg and may fall if it is not handled carefully. Handle the appliance door carefully.

The door handle is not suitable for carrying the ap pliance door. The door handle may break off. Never carry the appliance door by the door handle.

Grab hold of the appliance door with both hands on the left and right to carry it.

Firmly grip the appliance door with both hands at the left and right below the door handle. and pull it up and out.

7. Set the appliance door down on a flat. soft. clean surface.

18.2 Attaching the appliance door

1. Tip: Ensure that the appliance door is not wedged at an angle and that it is properly fitted in place.

Attach the appliance door via the left- and right-hand guide rollers simultaneously

2. Ensure that the appliance door slides the short dis tance remaining to the bottom.

3. Use a coin to release both locks on the appliance door. Insert the coin in the gap in the lock and ro tate as far as it will go Turn the lock on the left-hand side in an anti clockwise direction. Turn the lock on the right-hand side in a clock wise direction.

4. Open the appliance door slightly until you hear a quiet click. and then close the appliance door.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

If the door locks are unsecured. the appliance door may become detached. After attaching the appliance door. close the left and right-hand door locks.

Hold the screwdriver horizontally and use it to push the door lock (black component) on each side of the door downwards as far as it will go

18.3 Removing the door panes

To facilitate cleaning. you can remove the door pane.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Components inside the appliance door may have sharp edges. Wear protective gloves.

Requirement: The appliance door is detached. → "Detaching the appliance door". Page 25 1. Lay the appliance door with the front side facing down on a flat surface that is soft and clean.

2. Push on the left- and right-hand side of the appli ance door from the outside until the inner pane is released on both sides.

3. Carefully lift the inner pane and remove it in the dir ection of the arrow

4. Push down on the intermediate pane in the area of

5. Lift the intermediate pane from below and remove it in the direction of the arrow

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop into a crack. Do not use any harsh or abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the glass on the oven door. as they may scratch the surface.

Clean the door panes on both sides with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.

7. Dry the door panes and refit them. → "Fitting the door panes". Page 28

18.4 Fitting the door panes

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

If a door pane or appliance door has not been installed correctly. this is dangerous. Make sure that all of the door panes and the appli ance door have been correctly fitted before you switch the appliance back on again.

1. Tip: When fitting the door panes. make sure that they are in the original order.

Insert the intermediate pane in the direction of the arrow and push it in in the direction of the arrow un til it is fitted in the frame.

The arrow on the intermediate pane must line up with the arrow on the frame

2. Push down on the intermediate pane around slide the retainer in at an angle and push down until it clicks into place.

3. Insert the inner pane into the fixing rail at an angle towards the back

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4. Push the inner pane downwards until it locks into place

19 Troubleshooting

You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself. Read the troubleshooting information before contacting after sales service. This will avoid unnecessary costs.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Improper repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff.

If the appliance is defective. call Customer Service.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff.

Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance.

If the power cord of this appliance is damaged. it must be replaced by trained specialist staff.

19.1 Malfunctions

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

The appliance is not working.

The circuit breaker in the fuse box has tripped. Check the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

There has been a power cut. Check whether the lighting in your kitchen or other appliances are working.

The appliance does not heat up; lights up in the dis play.

Demo mode is activated.

1. Briefly disconnect the appliance from the power supply by switching the circuit breaker in the fuse box off and then on again.

2. Deactivate demo mode within 5 minutes by changing the last basic setting (depending on the appliance type ⁠ ⁠ or ⁠ ⁠ ) to . → "Basic settings". Page 18

Steam-assisted oper ation does not start.

The water tank is empty. Fill the water tank. → "Filling the water tank". Page 12

Descaling locks operations with steam-assisted cooking. Run the descaling programme in full. → "Descaling". Page 22

The steam system is defective. Call the after-sales service. → "Customer Service". Page 31

The time flashes in the display.

There has been a power cut. Reset the time. → "Setting the time on the clock". Page 15

The time does not ap pear in the display when the appliance is switched off.

The basic setting has been changed. Change the basic setting for the time display. → "Basic settings". Page 18

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

Childproof lock is activated. Use the button to deactivate the childproof lock. → "Childproof lock". Page 17

The cooking compartment is too hot for the selected operation.

1. Switch off the appliance and allow it to cool down.

2. Restart the operation.

The maximum cooking time has been reached. To prevent an unwanted permanent opera tion. the appliance automatically stops heating after several hours if the settings are un changed. Switch off the appliance.

You can configure new settings if required.

Tip: To prevent the appliance from switching off when you do not want it to. e.g. for an extremely long preparation time. set a cooking time. → "Time-setting options". Page 14

There is too much water in the steam system. The water cannot be pumped back into the water tank.

1. Empty the water tank and insert the empty water tank. → "Emptying the water tank". Page 13 2. Reset the time. → "Setting the time on the clock". Page 15 3. Switch the appliance off and on again.

4. Run "Descaling interrupted" in full. → "Descaling interrupted". Page 23

A message with ap pears in the display. e.g.

Electronics fault 1. Press the button. If required. reset the time. a If the fault was a one-off. the error message disappears.

2. If the error message appears again. call the after-sales service. Quote the exact error message and the E no. of your appliance. → "Customer Service". Page 31

The water tank is empty. Fill the water tank. → "Filling the water tank". Page 12

The water tank has not been put in fully. Slide the water tank back in fully.

The water tank is leaking. Order a new water tank.

The sensor is defective. Call the after-sales service. → "Customer Service". Page 31

Build-up of limescale in the appliance. Run the descaling programme in full. → "Descaling". Page 22

The power supply has been disconnected or the appliance has been switched off during the descaling process. Run the interrupted descaling programme in full. → "Descaling interrupted". Page 23

The appliance hums during operation and after it is switched off.

Functional test of the pump creates operating noise.

No action required.

During operation with steam assistance. steam escapes from the ventilation slots.

Steam escapes for physical reasons. Wait until the cooking with steam assistance ends.

After the end of cooking with steam assistance. no more steam will escape after a short time.

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting

After using the steam assistance. the cook ing result is too dry or too moist.

Steam intensity set incorrectly. Set a higher or lower steam intensity.

19.2 Replacing the oven light bulb

If the light in the cooking compartment fails. change the oven light bulb.

Note: Heat-resistant. 25-watt. 230 V halogen bulbs are available from the after-sales service or specialist retail ers. Only use these bulbs. Hold the new halogen bulbs only with a clean. dry towel. This increases the service life of the bulb.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The appliance and its parts that can be touched be come hot during use. Caution should be exercised here in order to avoid touching heating elements.

Young children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appliance.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

When changing the bulb. the bulb socket contacts are live. Before replacing the bulb. ensure that the appliance is switched off in order to prevent a potential electric shock.

Also unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

Requirements ¡ The appliance is disconnected from the power sup ply. ¡ The cooking compartment has cooled down. ¡ You have a new halogen bulb to replace the old one.

1. Place a tea towel in the cooking compartment to prevent damage.

2. Turn the glass cover anti-clockwise to remove it

3. Pull out the halogen bulb without turning it

4. Insert the new halogen lamp and press it firmly into the socket.

Make sure the pins are positioned correctly.

5. Depending on the appliance model. the glass cover may have a sealing ring. Put the sealing ring in posi tion.

6. Screw the glass cover on.

7. Take the tea towel out of the cooking compartment.

8. Connect the appliance to the power supply.

20 Disposal

Find out here how to dispose of old appliances cor rectly.

20.1 Disposing of old appliance

Valuable raw materials can be reused by recycling.

1. Unplug the appliance from the mains.

2. Cut through the power cord.

3. Dispose of the appliance in an environmentally friendly manner.

Information about current disposal methods are available from your specialist dealer or local author ity.

This appliance is labelled in accord ance with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used elec trical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equip ment - WEEE).

The guideline determines the frame work for the return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

21 Customer Service

If you have any queries on use. are unable to rectify faults on the appliance yourself or if your appliance needs to be repaired. contact Customer Service.

Detailed information on the warranty period and terms of warranty in your country is available from our after sales service. your retailer or on our website.

If you contact Customer Service. you will require the product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) of your appliance.

The contact details for Customer Service can be found in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our website.

21.1 Product number (E-Nr.) and production number (FD)

You can find the product number (E-Nr.) and the pro duction number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate.

You will see the rating plate with these numbers if you open the appliance door.

Make a note of your appliance's details and the Cus tomer Service telephone number to find them again quickly.

22 How it works

Here. you can find the ideal settings for various types of food as well as the best accessories and cookware.

We have perfectly tailored these recommendations to your appliance.

22.1 Cooking tips

Observe this information when preparing food. The temperature and cooking time depend on the amount of food and the recipe. Settings ranges are specified for this reason. Try using the lower values to start with. The setting values apply to food placed in the cook ing compartment while the cooking compartment is still cold. Do not slide the accessory into the cook ing compartment until it has finished preheating. Remove any accessories that are not being used from the cooking compartment.

Note: During operation with steam assistance. it is de sirable that there is a significant build-up of steam in the cooking compartment.

Once the cooking compartment has cooled after cook ing. wipe the cooking compartment clean.

22.2 Notes on baking

When baking. use the shelf positions indicated.

Baking on one level Height

Deep baked goods or tin on wire rack

Flat baked goods or goods in a baking tray

Baking on two levels Height

Universal pan Baking tray

Baking tins/dishes on the wire rack: First wire rack Second wire rack

Height

Baking on three levels Height

Baking tray Universal pan Baking tray

Notes When baking on several layers. always use hot air.

Baked goods that are placed in the oven at the same time will not necessarily be ready at the same time.

Position baking tins/dishes either next to one an other or offset on different shelves so that they are not directly one above the other in the cooking com partment. For best results. we recommend using dark-col oured metal bakeware. Steam-assisted baking is only possible on one level.

22.3 Notes on roasting and grilling

The setting values are based on the assumption that unstuffed. chilled. ready-to-roast poultry. meat or fish is placed into a cold cooking compartment. The larger the poultry. meat or fish. the lower the cooking temperature and the longer the cooking time. Turn the poultry. meat or fish after approx. 1/2 to 2/3 of the time listed. Add a little liquid to the poultry in the cookware.

Cover the bottom of the cookware with approx. 1– 2 cm of liquid. When you turn poultry. ensure that the breast side or skin side is underneath to begin with.

Steam-assisted roasting and braising Dishes with steam-assisted cooking and a long cooking time may empty the water tank. If neces sary. refill the water tank. You do not need to turn the meat or fish.

Roasting and grilling on the wire rack Roasting on the wire rack works particularly well for large poultry or for multiple pieces at the same time. Depending on the size and type of the food to be roasted. add up to 1/2 litre water to the universal pan.

You can make a sauce from the juices that are caught. This also means that less smoke is pro duced and the cooking compartment becomes less dirty. Keep the appliance door closed when using the grill.

Never grill with the appliance door open. Place the food to be grilled on the wire rack. In ad dition. slide the universal pan in at least one shelf position lower. with the slanted edge facing the ap pliance door. This means that any dripping fat is caught.

Roasting in cookware When preparing food in cookware with a lid. the cook ing compartment remains cleaner.

Follow the manufacturer's instructions for your roasting dishes. Glass cookware is best.

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Cookware without lid Use a deep roasting dish. Place the cookware onto the wire rack. If you do not have any suitable cookware. use the universal pan.

Cookware with lid Place the cookware onto the wire rack. Meat. poultry and fish can also become crispy in a covered roasting dish. Use a roasting dish with a glass lid. Set a higher temperature.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

If hot glass cookware is placed on a wet or cold sur face. the glass may shatter. Place hot glass ovenware on a dry mat after cook ing.

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

Very hot steam may escape when the lid is opened after cooking. Steam may not be visible. depending on the temperature. Lift the lid in such a way that the hot steam can es cape away from you.

Keep children away from the appliance.

22.4 Food selection

Food Accessories/cook ware

Shelf pos itions

Heating function

Temperature in °C/grill setting

Steam intens ity

Cooking time in mins

Sponge cake. delicate Loaf tin 150-170

60-80

Sponge cake. on 2 levels Loaf tin 140-150

70-85

Fruit tart or cheesecake with shortcrust pastry base

Springform cake tin. diameter 26 cm

170-190

55-80

Sponge flan. 6 eggs Springform cake tin Ø 28 cm

150-160 40-45

Swiss roll Baking tray 190-2001 10-15

Shortcrust tart with moist topping

Universal pan 160-180

55-95

Yeast cake with moist topping

Universal pan 180-200

30-55

Muffins Muffin tray on wire rack

170-190

20-40

Small yeast cakes Baking tray 160-170 20-30

Biscuits Baking tray 140-160

15-25

Biscuits. 2 or 3 levels Universal pan Baking tray

4+3+1

140-160

15-25

Bread. 1000 g (in a loaf tin or free-form)

Universal pan Loaf tin

1. 210-220 2. 180-190

2. 0

1. 10-15 2. 40-50

Pizza. fresh Baking tray 190-210

20-30

Pizza. fresh. thin-crust Round pizza tray 250-2701

8-13

Quiche Tart dish or tin 190-210

25-35

Bake. savoury. cooked ingredients

Ovenproof dish 150-170 40-45

Chicken. 1.3 kg. un stuffed

Cookware without lid

200-230 60-70

Small chicken portions.

250 g each

Cookware without lid

220-230 35-45

Goose. unstuffed. 3 kg Cookware without lid

1. 140-150 2. 140-150

2. 0

1. 30-40 2. 70-80

Joint of pork without rind. e.g. neck. 1.5 kg

Cookware without lid

160-170 130-150

Fillet of beef. medium.

1 kg

Wire rack Universal pan

210-220

40-502

1 Preheat the appliance.

2 Turn the dish between halfway and two-thirds through the cooking time.

3 At the start. add liquid to the cookware so that at least 2/3 of the joint is covered in liquid 4 Turn the dish 2/3 of the way through the cooking time.

Food Accessories/cook ware

Shelf pos itions

Heating function

Temperature in °C/grill setting

Steam intens ity

Cooking time in mins

Pot-roasted beef. 1.5 kg Cookware with lid 200-220

130-1503

Sirloin. medium. 1.5 kg Cookware without lid

180-200 50-60

Burger. 3–4 cm thick Wire rack ⁠ ⁠ ⁠/

25-304

Leg of lamb. boned. me dium. 1.0 kg

Cookware without lid

170-180 65-75

Fish. baked. whole.

300 g. e.g. trout

Universal pan 170-180 20-30

Plated meal. 1 portion Cookware without lid

120-130

15-25

Pizza. cooked Wire rack 170-1801

5-15

1 Preheat the appliance.

2 Turn the dish between halfway and two-thirds through the cooking time.

3 At the start. add liquid to the cookware so that at least 2/3 of the joint is covered in liquid 4 Turn the dish 2/3 of the way through the cooking time.

22.5 Yoghurt

You can use your appliance to make your own yoghurt.

Preparing yoghurt 1. Remove the accessories and shelf supports from the cooking compartment.

2. Pour the previously prepared yoghurt mixture into small containers. e.g. into cups or small jars.

3. Cover the containers with foil. e. g. with cling film.

4. Place the containers on the cooking compartment floor.

5. Set the appliance according to the recommended setting.

6. After making the yoghurt. leave it to cool in the refri gerator.

Recommended settings for yoghurt

Food Accessories/cookware Shelf position Type of heating

Temperature in °C

Cooking time in mins

Yoghurt Individual moulds Cooking compartment floor

40-45 8–9 hrs

22.6 Test dishes

These overviews have been produced for test institutes to facilitate appliance testing in accordance with EN 60350-1.

Baking Observe this information when baking test dishes.

General information The settings apply to food that is placed into a cold cooking compartment. Observe the notes about preheating in the tables.

These setting values apply without rapid heating. When baking. use the lower of the listed temperat ures to begin with.

Shelf positions Shelf positions for baking on two levels: Note: Items that are placed in the oven on baking trays or in baking tins/dishes at the same time will not ne cessarily be ready at the same time. Universal pan: Level 3 Baking tray: Level 1

Baking tins/dishes on the wire rack First wire rack: Level 3 Second wire rack: Level 1 Shelf positions for baking on three levels: Baking tray: Level 4 Universal pan: Level 3 Baking tray: Level 1 Baking with two springform cake tins:

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Position baking tins/dishes either next to one another or offset on different shelves so that they are not dir ectly one above the other in the cooking compartment.

Recommended settings for baking

Food Accessories/ cookware

Shelf posi tions

Heating function

Temperature in °C/grill setting

Steam in tensity

Cooking time in mins

Viennese whirls Baking tray 140-1501

25-35

Viennese whirls Baking tray 140-1501

20-30

Viennese whirls. 2 levels Universal pan

Baking tray

3 + 1 140-1501

25-35

Viennese whirls. 3 levels Universal pan

Baking tray

4 + 3 + 1 130-1401

35-55

Small cakes Baking tray 1501

25-35

Small cakes Baking tray 1501

20-30

Small cakes. 2 levels Universal pan

Baking tray

3 + 1 1401

25-35

Small cakes. 3 levels Universal pan

Baking tray

4 + 3 + 1 1401

25-35

Hot water sponge cake Springform cake tin. dia meter 26 cm

160-1702

25-35

Hot water sponge cake Springform cake tin. dia meter 26 cm

150-160 30-35

Hot water sponge cake.

2 levels

Springform cake tin. dia meter 26 cm

3 + 1 150-1602

35-50

1 Preheat the appliance for five minutes. Do not use the rapid heating function.

2 Preheat the appliance. Do not use the rapid heating function.

Recommended settings for grilling

Food Accessories/cookware Shelf pos ition

Type of heating

Temperature in °C/grill setting

Cook ing time in mins

Toasting bread Wire rack ⁠ ⁠ ⁠/

23 Installation instructions

Observe this information when installing the appliance.

23.1 General installation instructions Follow these instructions before you start with the installation of the appliance. ¡ The safe operation of this appliance can only be guaranteed if it has been installed to a professional standard in accordance with these installation instructions. The in staller shall be liable for damages incurred as a result of incorrect installation. ¡ Do not use the door handle for the trans port or installation. ¡ Check the appliance for damage after un packing it. Do not connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transit. ¡ Before starting up the appliance. remove any packaging material and adhesive film from the cooking compartment and the door. ¡ Proceed in accordance with the installation sheets for installing accessories. ¡ Fitted units must be heat-resistant up to 95 °C. and adjacent unit fronts up to 70 °C. ¡ Do not install the appliance behind a decor ative door or the door of a kitchen unit.

There is a risk of overheating. ¡ Cut-out work on the units should be carried out before installing the appliance. Remove any shavings. Otherwise. the correct opera tion of electrical components may be ad versely affected. ¡ The mains socket for the appliance must either be located in the hatched area or outside of the area where the appliance is installed.

Any unsecured units must be secured to the wall using a standard bracket ⁠.

¡ Wear protective gloves so that you do not cut yourself. Parts that are accessible dur ing installation may have sharp edges. ¡ Dimensions of the figures in mm.

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

It is dangerous to use an extended power cord and non-approved adapters. ▶ Do not use multiple socket strips. ▶ Only use extension cables that are certified. have a minimum cross section of 1.5 mm² and comply with the applicable national safety requirements.

▶ If the power cord is too short. contact cus tomer service.

▶ Only use adapters approved by the manu facturer.

ATTENTION!

Carrying the appliance by the door handle could break it. The door handle cannot sup port the weight of the appliance. ▶ Do not carry or hold the appliance by the door handle.

23.2 Appliance dimensions

You will find the dimensions of the appliance here

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23.3 Installation below a worktop

Observe the installation dimensions and the installation instructions when installing below a worktop.

To ventilate the appliance. the intermediate floor must have a ventilation cut-out. In combination with induction hobs. the gap between the worktop and appliance must not be sealed using additional strips. The worktop must be secured to the built-in unit. Observe any available installation instructions for the hob.

23.4 Installing below a hob

If the appliance is installed below a hob. the following minimum dimensions must be adhered to (including substructure. if applicable).

The minimum worktop thickness is based on the re quired minimum clearance

Hob type a raised in mm a flush in mm b in mm

Induction hob

Full-surface induction hob

Gas hob

Electric hob

23.5 Installation in a tall unit

Observe the installation dimensions and the installation instructions when installing in a tall unit.

To ventilate the appliance. the intermediate floors must have a ventilation cut-out. If the tall unit has another back panel in addition to the element back panels. this must be removed. Only fit the appliance up to a height which allows accessories to be easily removed.

23.6 Installing two appliances on top of each other

Your appliance can also be installed above or below another appliance. Observe the installation dimensions and the installation instructions when installing appli ances on top of each other.

To ventilate the appliances. the intermediate floor must have a ventilation cut-out. To ensure sufficient ventilation of the two appli ances. there must be a ventilation opening of at least 200 cm² in the base area. To do this. trim the base panel or fit a ventilation grille. Ensure that air exchange is guaranteed in accord ance with the diagram.

Only fit appliances up to a height that allows ac cessories to be easily removed.

23.7 Corner installation

Observe the installation dimensions and the installation instructions when installing in a corner.

To ensure that the appliance door can be opened. you must take the minimum dimensions into consid eration when installing in a corner. The dimension is dependent on the thickness of the unit front and the handle.

23.8 Electrical connection

In order to safely connect the appliance to the elec trical system. follow these instructions. The appliance corresponds to protection class I and must only be operated with a protective earth con nection. The fuse protection must correspond to the power rating specified on the appliance's rating plate and to local regulations. The appliance must be disconnected from the power supply whenever installation work is being carried out. Забороняється використання приладу в приміщеннях. де електрична мережа не обладнана заземлювальним проводом. The appliance must only be connected using the power cable provided. The power cable must be plugged in at the rear of the appliance until you hear a clicking sound. A 3 m power cable can be obtained from the after-sales service. The power cable must only be replaced with a cable from the original manufacturer. This is available from after-sales service. Contact protection must be guaranteed by the in stallation.

Electrically connect the appliance with the protective contact plug Note: The appliance must only be connected to a pro tective contact socket that has been correctly installed.

Insert the plug into the protective contact socket.

When the appliance is installed. the mains plug of the power cord must be freely accessible. If free ac cess to the mains plug is impossible. an all-pole isolating switch must be integrated into the perman ent electrical installation in accordance with the in stallation regulations.

Electrically connecting an appliance without a protective contact plug Note: Only a licensed professional may connect the ap pliance. Damage caused by incorrect connection is not covered under the warranty.

An all-pole isolating switch must be integrated into the permanent electrical installation according to the install ation regulations.

1. Identify the phase and neutral conductors in the socket.

The appliance may be damaged if it is not connec ted correctly.

2. Connect the hob in accordance with the connection diagram.

See the rating plate for the voltage.

3. Connect the wires of the mains power cable accord ing to the colour coding: Green/yellow = Protective conductor

Blue = Neutral conductor Brown = Phase (external conductor)

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23.9 Installing the appliance

Note: Do not use a cordless screwdriver to secure the panels. This may damage the panels.

1. If required. you can adjust the gap between the ap pliance door and the panels using the adjustment screws on the left and right.

Turning the screws clockwise makes the gap larger Turning the screws anti-clockwise makes the gap smaller 2. Push the appliance in fully.

Do not kink or trap the connection cable. or route it over sharp edges.

3. Centre the appliance.

There must be an air gap of at least 4 mm between the appliance and adjacent unit fronts.

4. Open the appliance door slightly and unscrew pan els on the left and right.

5. Close the appliance door.

6. If required. you can adjust the height of the appli ance door using the adjustment screws on the left and right.

Turning the screws clockwise makes the gap smal ler Turning the screws anti-clockwise makes the gap larger 7. Screw the appliance into place.

8. For handleless kitchens with vertical bar handle strips: Attach a suitable filling piece in order to cover any sharp edges and to guarantee a safe install ation. Pre-drill aluminium profiles to establish a screw connection Secure the appliance using a suitable screw

9. Open the appliance door slightly. then refit the pan els and screw them in place. first at the top and then at the bottom.

Note: The gap between the worktop and the appliance must not be closed by additional battens.

Thermal insulation strips must not be fitted to the side panels of the surround unit.

23.10 Removing the appliance

1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

2. Undo the fastening screws.

3. Lift the appliance slightly and pull it out completely.

Constructa-Neff Vertriebs-GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München GERMANY

+9001680424*

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Valid within Great Britain: Imported to Great Britain by BSH Home Appliances Ltd.

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