User Manual Neff C28MT27N1 N 90 Built-in compact oven with microwave function 60 x 45 cm Stainless steel

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Table of contents

INFORMATION FOR USE

Safety .. 2

Preventing material damage. 7

Environmental protection and saving en ergy .. 8

Familiarising yourself with your appliance .. 9

Accessories .. 12

Before using for the first time 13

Basic operation .. 13

Time-setting options 14

Microwave. 15

Microwave programmes 18

Meat probe. 19

Baking and roasting assistant .. 21

Childproof lock 21

Rapid heating .. 22

Sabbath mode. 22

Basic settings .. 23

Cleaning and servicing .. 24

Cleaning functions 26

Rails .. 28

Appliance door 29

Troubleshooting. 30

Disposal .. 32

Customer Service .. 32

How it works. 32

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .. 41

25.1 General installation instructions .. 41

1 Safety

Observe the following safety instructions.

1.1 General information ¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. ¡ Keep the instruction manual and the

¡ Do not connect the appliance if it has been

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. ¡ For household use and similar applications.

¡ Up to an altitude of max. 4000 m above

This appliance complies with the standards EN 55011 and CISPR 11. It is a group 2. class B product. Group 2 means that mi crowaves are produced for the purpose of heating food. Class B means that the appli ance is suitable for private households.

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

Safety en

1.4 Safe use Always place accessories in the cooking com partment the right way round. → "Accessories". Page 12

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

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

▶ If smoke is emitted. the appliance must be

Loose food remnants. fat and meat juices may catch fire. ▶ Before using the appliance. remove the

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

▶ Always cut greaseproof paper to size and

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

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

▶ Young children under 8 years of age must

Accessories and cookware get very hot. ▶ Always use oven gloves to remove ac

When the cooking compartment is hot. any al coholic vapours inside may catch fire. The ap pliance door may spring open. Hot steam and jets of flame may escape. ▶ Only use small quantities of drinks with a

▶ Do not heat spirits (≥ 15% vol.) when undi

▶ Open the appliance door carefully.

The telescopic shelves become hot when the appliance is in use. ▶ Allow hot telescopic shelves to cool down

▶ Only touch hot telescopic shelves with

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

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop into a crack. ▶ Do not use any harsh or abrasive cleaners

The appliance and its parts that can be touched may have sharp edges. ▶ Take care when handling and cleaning

▶ If possible. wear protective gloves.

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.

Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the hot cooking compartment. and the appliance door may spring open and may fall off. The door panels may shatter and fragment. → "Preventing material damage". Page 7 ▶ Only use small quantities of drinks with a

▶ Do not heat spirits (≥ 15% vol.) when undi

▶ Open the appliance door carefully.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be

▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repair

▶ If the power cord of this appliance is dam

If the insulation of the power cord is dam aged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never let the power cord come into contact

▶ Never let the power cord come into contact

▶ Never kink. crush or modify the power

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

If the appliance or the power cord is dam aged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the

▶ If the appliance or the power cord is dam

▶ Call customer services. → Page 32

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

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

▶ Do not let children play with packaging ma

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 Microwave CAREFULLY READ THE IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND KEEP THEM SAFE FOR FUTURE USE

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Using the appliance for anything other than its intended purpose is dangerous and may cause damage. For example. heated slippers and pillows filled with grain or cereal may catch fire. even several hours later. ▶ Never dry food or clothing with the appli

▶ Never heat up slippers. pillows filled with

▶ The appliance must only be used to pre

Food and its packaging and containers may catch fire. ▶ Never heat food in heat-retaining pack

▶ Do not leave food unattended while it is

▶ Never set the microwave power too high or

▶ Never use the microwave to dry food. ▶ Never defrost or heat food with a low water

Cooking oil may catch fire. ▶ Never use the microwave to heat cooking

Safety en

WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion!

Liquids and other food may easily explode when in containers that have been tightly sealed. ▶ Never heat liquids or other food in contain

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

Foods with peel or skin may burst or explode during heating. or even afterwards. ▶ Never cook eggs in their shell or heat hard

▶ Never cook shellfish or crustaceans. ▶ Always prick the yolk of eggs before mi

▶ The skin of foods that have a peel or skin.

Heat is not distributed evenly through baby food. ▶ Never heat baby food in closed containers. ▶ Always remove the lid or teat. ▶ Stir or shake well after heating. ▶ Check the temperature before giving the

Heated food gives off heat. The cookware may become hot. ▶ Always use oven gloves to remove cook

Airtight packaging may burst when food is heated. ▶ Always follow the instructions on the pack

▶ Always use oven gloves to remove the

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

At the highest settings in microwave only mode. the drying function will automatically switch on an additional heating element to heat the cooking compartment. ▶ Never touch the inside surfaces of the

▶ Keep children at a safe distance.

Using the appliance for anything other than its intended purpose is dangerous. This is be cause. for instance. overheated slippers. pil lows filled with grain or cereal. sponges and damp cleaning cloths. etc. may cause burns to the skin. ▶ Never dry food or clothing with the appli

▶ Never heat up slippers. pillows filled with

▶ The appliance must only be used to pre

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

There is a possibility of delayed boiling when a liquid is heated. This means that the liquid reaches the boiling temperature without the usual steam bubbles rising to the surface. Ex ercise caution even when only gently shaking the container. The hot liquid may suddenly boil over and splatter. ▶ Always place a spoon in the container

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Unsuitable cookware may crack. Porcelain or ceramic cookware can have small perfora tions in the handles and lid. These perfora tions conceal a cavity below. If moisture pen etrates this cavity. it could cause the cook ware to crack. ▶ Only use microwave-safe cookware.

Cookware and containers made from metal or cookware with metal edging may lead to sparks being formed during simple mi crowave operation. The appliance is dam aged. ▶ Never use metal containers during mi

▶ Only use microwave-safe cookware or use

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

The appliance uses a high voltage. ▶ Never remove the casing.

WARNING ‒ Risk of serious harm to

▶ Always keep the cooking compartment.

Never operate the appliance if the cooking compartment door or the door seal is dam aged. Microwave energy may escape. ▶ Never use the appliance if the cooking

▶ Any repair work must only be carried out

Microwave energy will escape from appli ances that do not have any casing. ▶ Never remove the casing. ▶ Contact our after-sales service if mainten

1.6 Meat probe

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Using the wrong meat probe could damage the insulation. ▶ Only use the meat probe for this specific

1.7 Cleaning function

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Loose food remnants. fat and meat juices may catch fire when the cleaning function is in progress. ▶ Before you start the cleaning function. al

▶ Never clean accessories at the same time.

The outside of the appliance gets very hot when the cleaning function is in progress. ▶ Never hang combustible objects. e.g. tea

▶ Leave the front of the appliance clear. ▶ Keep children at a safe distance.

If the door seal is damaged. a large amount of heat is generated around the door. ▶ Do not scrub or remove the seal. ▶ Never operate the appliance if the seal is

WARNING ‒ Risk of serious harm to

▶ Never clean accessories at the same time.

WARNING ‒ Risk of harm to health!

The cleaning function heats up the cooking compartment to a very high temperature so that food left over from roasting. grilling and baking will burn off. This process releases va pours. which can irritate mucous membranes. ▶ Keep the kitchen well ventilated while the

▶ Do not remain in the room for long periods. ▶ Keep children and pets away.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The cooking compartment gets very hot when the cleaning function is in progress. ▶ Never open the appliance door. ▶ Allow the appliance to cool down. ▶ Keep children at a safe distance.

The outside of the appliance gets very hot

Preventing material damage en

2 Preventing material damage

2.1 General

ATTENTION!

Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the hot cooking compartment and cause permanent damage to the ap pliance. The appliance door may spring open due to an explosion and it may fall off. The door panels may shatter and fragment. Due to the resulting negative pressure. the cooking compartment may become con siderably deformed inwards. Do not heat spirits (≥ 15% vol.) when undiluted (e.g. for marinating or pouring over food).

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.

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.

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. hang or support objects on the appli ance 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 Microwave

Follow these instructions when using the microwave.

ATTENTION!

Metal touching the wall of the cooking compartment will cause sparks. which may damage the appliance or the inner door pane. Metal (e.g. a spoon in a glass) must be kept at least 2 cm from the cooking compartment walls and the inside of the door.

Using accessories directly on top of one another causes sparks. Do not combine the wire rack with the universal pan.

Always place accessories on different levels.

The universal pan and baking tray are not suitable for use with microwave-only mode. Using either of these may create sparks. which will damage the cooking compartment. Place accessories on the wire rack supplied.

Placing aluminium containers in the appliance may cause sparks. which will damage the appliance. Do not use aluminium containers in the appliance.

Operating the appliance without food in the cooking compartment may lead to overloading. Do not switch on the microwave unless there is food inside. The only exception to this rule is when per forming a short cookware test.

If you prepare microwave popcorn at a microwave power level that is too high. the door pane may crack due to overloading. Never set a microwave power level that is too high.

Use a maximum microwave output of 600 watts.

Always place the popcorn bag on a glass plate.

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

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

Open the appliance door as little as possible during operation. ¡ This maintains the temperature in the cooking com

When baking multiple dishes. do so in succession or in parallel. ¡ The cooking compartment is heated after baking

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

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

Allow frozen food to defrost before cooking. ¡ This saves the energy that would otherwise be re

Note: The appliance requires: A maximum of 1 W when the appliance is in opera tion with the display switched on

A maximum of 0.5 W when the appliance is in oper ation with the display switched off

Familiarising yourself with your appliance en

4 Familiarising yourself with your appliance

4.1 Control panel

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

Display

Buttons

4.2 Buttons

The buttons are touch-sensitive areas. To select a function. press the corresponding button.

Symbol Name Use

On/off Switch the appliance on or off

Time-setting options/ childproof lock

Set the "timer". "cooking time" or "Ready at" time for delayed starts

Activate or deactivate the "childproof lock"

Main menu Select operating modes and settings

Rapid heat-up Activate or deactivate the "Rapid heat-up" function

Activate or deactivate the "PowerBoost" function

Information View additional information

View the current temperature

Start/stop Start or pause the appliance

4.3 Display

The display shows the current settings. options or rel evant information.

Control You can configure all the functions on your appliance via the display.

To adjust a setting. touch the appropriate place on the display with your finger. The settings area will then be displayed more brightly. Swipe left or right over this set tings area on the display with your finger until the re quired setting is magnified.

Direction Use

Navigate to the left Swipe right on the display with your finger

Direction Use

Navigate to the right Swipe left on the display with your finger

Direction Use

Navigate upwards Swipe down on the dis play with your finger

Navigate downwards Swipe up on the display with your finger

4.4 Main menu

The main menu provides an overview of your appliance's functions.

Press the ​⁠ button to open the main menu.

Function Name Use

Types of heating Select the required type of heating and temperature for your food

Microwave Use the microwave to cook. heat up or defrost food quickly

Microwave combina tion

Switch on the microwave for a type of heating

Baking and roasting assistant

Recommended settings for baking and roasting

Microwave pro grammes

Use the microwave to cook food

MyProfile Individually adjust the appliance settings

Dry Dry the cooking compartment after using the microwave

EasyClean Clean less stubborn dirt from the cooking compartment

Pyrolytic self-cleaning Clean the cooking compartment

4.5 Types of heating

This is where you will find an overview of the types of heating. You will find recommendations for using the types of heating.

For temperatures above 275 °C. the appliance reduces the temperature to approx. 275 °C after around 40 minutes.

Symbol Heating function Temperature Use

Hot air 30 - 275 °C Bake or roast on one or more levels.

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

Top/bottom heating 50 - 275 °C Traditionally bake or roast on one level. This type of heating is especially good for cakes with moist toppings.

The heat is emitted evenly from above and below.

Circo-roasting 50 - 250 °C Roast poultry. whole fish or larger pieces of meat.

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

Pizza setting 50 - 275 °C Cook pizza or food that requires a lot of heat from below.

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

Full-surface grill 50 - 290 °C For grilling flat items such as steaks. sausages or bread. and for cooking au gratin.

The entire area below the grill element becomes hot.

Centre-area grill 50 - 290 °C For grilling small amounts of steaks. sausages or bread. and for cooking au gratin.

The central area below the grill element becomes hot.

Bottom heating 50 - 250 °C For cooking in a bain marie and for baking food for extra time.

The heat is emitted from below.

Slow cooking 70 - 120 °C For gentle. slow cooking of seared. tender pieces of meat in cookware without a lid.

The heat is emitted evenly from above and below at a low tem perature.

Familiarising yourself with your appliance en

Symbol Heating function Temperature Use

Dough proving 35 - 55 °C For proving dough and culturing yoghurt.

Dough will prove more quickly than at room temperature. The surface of the dough does not dry out.

Preheat cookware 30 - 70 °C For heating cookware.

Keep warm 60 - 100 °C For keeping cooked food warm.

Top/bottom heating eco

50 - 275 °C For gently cooking selected types of food.

Heat is emitted from above and below.

This type of heating is most effective between 150 and 250 °C.

This type of heating is used to determine the energy consump tion in the conventional mode.

Hot air eco 30 - 275 °C For gently cooking selected types of food on one level without preheating.

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

This type of heating is most effective between 125 and 200 °C.

This type of heating is used to determine the energy consump tion in circulating-air mode and the energy efficiency class.

4.6 Microwave power settings

This is where you can find an overview of the different microwave power settings and when to use them.

The microwave power settings are levels and do not always correspond to the exact wattage that the appliance uses.

Microwave power setting in watts

Maximum cooking time in hours

90 W 1:30 Defrost delicate foods.

180 W 1:30 Defrost food and continue cooking.

360 W 1:30 Cook fish and meat. Heat up delicate foods.

600 W 1:30 Heat and cook food.

Max.

0:30 Heat liquids.

Note: The maximum microwave power setting is not designed for heating food. To protect the appliance. the maximum power of the microwave is gradually re duced to 600 watts during the first few minutes. Full power is made available again after a cooling period.

4.7 Cooking compartment

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

Shelf supports The rails in the cooking compartment enable you to place accessories at different heights. → "Accessories". Page 12 Your appliance has three shelf positions. The shelf pos itions are numbered from bottom to top.

The rails are equipped with pull-out rails on one or more levels. depending on the appliance type.

You can remove the rails. e.g. for cleaning. → "Rails". Page 28

Lighting One or more oven lights illuminate the cooking com partment.

When you open the appliance door. the light in the cooking compartment switches on. If the appliance door remains open for longer than 15 minutes. the light switches off again.

For most operating modes. the lighting is switched on during operation. The lighting switches off again when the operation ends.

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 stops. When you close the appliance door. the operation continues automatically.

In microwave mode. when you close the appliance door. you have to press ​⁠ to continue.

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

Catch dripping liquids. e.g. fat when grilling food on the wire rack.

Baking tray Tray bakes

Small baked items

5.1 Information on accessories

Some accessories are only suitable for certain types of heating.

Microwave accessories The wire rack that is supplied is only suitable for opera tion solely using the microwave.

Baking trays. e.g. the universal pan or the baking tray. may create sparks and are not suitable.

Observe the information about the microwave. → "Cookware and accessories with microwave".

Page 15

5.2 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.

5.3 Sliding accessories into the cooking compartment

Always slide the accessory into the cooking compart ment the right way round. This is the only way to en sure that accessories can be pulled out approximately halfway without tipping.

1. Turn the accessories so that the notch ​⁠ is at the

2. Insert the accessory between the two guide rods for

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

Slide the tray in with the sloping edge ​⁠ towards the appliance door.

3. To place the accessory at shelf positions with pull

Wire rack or baking tray

Position the accessory so that its edge is behind the lug ​⁠ on the pull

Note: Gently push the pull-out rails back into the cooking compartment.

4. Push the accessory all the way in. making sure that

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

5.4 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.

Before using for the first time en

6 Before using for the first time

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

6.1 Initial use

When the appliance is connected to the power supply for the first time or following a lengthy power failure. the settings that you will need to configure before you can use it will appear.

Note: You can change these settings at any time by going to the basic settings. → "Basic settings". Page 23

Setting the language 1. Connect the appliance to the power supply. a The first setting will appear after a few seconds.

2. Press the bottom row.

3. Swipe left or right to select the required language.

4. Press the top row.

Setting the time 1. Press "Time".

2. Press the bottom row.

3. Swipe left or right to select the correct hour.

4. Press "Minutes".

5. Swipe left or right to select the correct number of

6. Use the ​⁠ button to save your settings.

Setting the date 1. Press "Date".

2. Press the bottom row.

3. Swipe left or right to select the correct day.

4. Press "Month".

5. Swipe left or right to select the correct month.

6. Press "Year".

7. Swipe left or right to select the correct year.

8. Use the ​⁠ button to save your settings.

7 Basic operation

7.1 Switching on the appliance

Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

Notes In the basic settings. you can specify whether the heating functions or the main menu should appear when you switch on the appliance. → "Basic settings". Page 23

If you do not perform any actions on the appliance for an extended period. it will automatically switch it self off.

7.2 Switching off the appliance

Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance off.

Notes The residual heat indicator will appear on the dis play while the cooking compartment is still hot. → "Residual heat indicator". Page 13

The cooling fan will continue to run until the cooking compartment has cooled down. → "Cooling fan". Page 11

7.3 Residual heat indicator

After you have switched off the appliance. the residual heat indicator will appear on the display.

Display Temperature

Residual heat high Over 120 °C

Residual heat low Between 60 and 120 °C

7.4 Setting the type of heating and temperature

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

3. Press the temperature.

4. Swipe left or right until the required temperature ap

5. Press ​⁠ to start.

6. When the food is ready. press ​⁠ to switch the appli

7.5 Changing the temperature

You can also change the temperature once you have started the appliance.

1. Press the temperature.

2. Swipe left or right until the required temperature ap

7.6 Changing the type of heating

If you switch to a different heating function. the appli ance will reset all the settings.

1. Press ​⁠ to pause operation.

2. Press the heating function.

3. Swipe left or right until the required heating function

4. Set the temperature and start the appliance.

7.7 Pausing operation

1. Press

2. Press ​⁠ again to resume operation.

7.8 Cancelling operation

Note: Some functions. e.g. cleaning functions. cannot be cancelled.

Press and hold the ​⁠ button until the function that is

7.9 Viewing the current temperature

You can view the current temperature while the appli ance is heating up. Press ​⁠.

7.10 Displaying information

Requirement: The ​⁠ button must be lit. Press ​⁠.

8 Time-setting options

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

8.1 Overview of the time-setting options

When you are setting a time. the time values will in crease by greater increments as you scroll through the higher values. The cooking time. for example. can be set in 1-minute increments up to 1 hour. and then in 5 minute increments thereafter.

Time-setting option

Timer ​⁠ When you set a time on the timer. the timer will run independently of the appliance and will not intervene in its operation. The timer does not affect the appliance.

Cooking time

Once the cooking time has elapsed. the appliance automatically stops heating.

Ready at ​⁠ Along with the cooking time (dura tion). you can set the time at which you want cooking to end. The appli ance will start up automatically so that it finishes cooking at the re quired time.

8.2 Timer

You can set the timer regardless of whether the appli ance is on or off.

Setting the timer 1. Press

2. Once the appliance is switched on. press "Timer" ​⁠.

3. Swipe left or right to select the required timer dura

4. Press ​⁠ to start the timer.

​⁠ will appear on the display. The timer duration will

5. Press any button to end the audible signal.

Changing the timer 1. Press

2. Swipe left or right to change the timer duration. a The setting will then be applied.

Cancelling the timer 1. Press

2. Swipe right to set the timer duration to "00:00". a This cancels the current timer duration.

8.3 Cooking time

Once the set cooking time has elapsed. the appliance switches off automatically. You can only use the cook ing time in conjunction with a heating function.

Setting the cooking time 1. Set a heating function and a temperature.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to select the required cooking

4. Once the cooking time has been set. press ​⁠ to

5. Press any button to end the audible signal.

Changing the cooking time 1. Press

2. Swipe left or right to change the cooking time. a The setting will then be applied.

Cancelling the cooking time 1. Press

2. Swipe right to set the cooking time to "00:00". a This cancels the current cooking time.

3. To continue without setting a cooking time. press

8.4 Delayed start/"Ready at" time

With this function. the appliance automatically switches itself on. and then switches itself off at the preselected end time. To enable it to do this. you set the cooking

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Setting the Ready at time for delayed starts Notes Do not leave food that spoils easily in the cooking compartment for too long.

You cannot use the delayed start function with every heating function.

1. Place the food into the cooking compartment and

2. Set a heating function and a temperature.

3. Press

4. Swipe left or right to select the required cooking

5. Press "Ready at" ​⁠. a The time at which your food will be ready will ap

6. Swipe left to select the required end time.

7. Press ​⁠ to confirm the delayed start.

8. Press any button to end the audible signal.

Changing the Ready at time for delayed starts 1. Press

2. Press "Ready at" ​⁠.

3. Swipe left or right to change the end time. a The setting will then be applied.

Cancelling the Ready at time for delayed starts 1. Press

2. Swipe right to reset the end time. a The end time corresponds to the current time plus

9 Microwave

You can use the microwave to cook. heat up. bake or defrost food very quickly. The microwave can be used on its own or in combination with a type of heating.

9.1 Cookware and accessories with microwave

To heat food evenly and avoid damaging your appli ance. it is important to only use the right cookware and accessories.

Follow the cookware manufacturer's instructions.

Unless otherwise specified. place the cookware and accessory on level 1.

Microwave-safe

Cookware and ac cessories

Information

Cookware made from heat-resistant. microwave-safe ma terial: Glass

Glass ceramic

Porcelain

Temperature-res istant plastic

Fully glazed ceramic without cracks

These materials allow mi crowaves to pass through and are not damaged.

Cookware and ac cessories

Information

Serving dishes You do not need to transfer your food.

Note: Only use cookware with decorative gold or silver trim if the manufacturer guarantees its suitability for microwave use.

Supplied wire rack Only the wire rack that is sup plied is suitable for operation solely using the microwave.

Note: Baking trays. e.g. the uni versal pan or the baking tray. may create sparks and are not suitable.

Not microwave-safe Note: Observe the specifications for preventing mater ial damage. → "Microwave". Page 7

Cookware and ac cessories

Information

Metal cookware and bakeware

Microwaves cannot pass through metal. The food is barely heated or not heated at all.

Note: Metal may create sparks in pure microwave operation.

Cookware and accessories with MicroCombi By combining the microwave and a type of heating. metal cookware and accessories are also possible.

Cookware and ac cessories

Information

Metal cookware and bakeware

Metal can be used with Micro Combi.

Note: Metal must be kept at least 2 cm from the cooking compartment walls and the in side of the door.

Accessories sup plied: Wire rack

Universal pan

Baking tray

The supplied accessory is suit able for MicroCombi. No sparks are created.

Testing cookware for microwave suitability If you are unsure whether your cookware is suitable for use in the microwave. carry out a cookware test.

ATTENTION!

Operating the appliance without food in the cooking compartment may lead to overloading. Do not switch on the microwave unless there is food inside. The only exception to this rule is when per forming a short cookware test.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The accessible parts of the appliance become hot dur ing operation. Never touch these hot parts.

Keep children at a safe distance.

1. Place the empty cookware in the cooking compart

2. Set the appliance to run for 30 seconds to 1 minute

3. Start the operation.

4. Check the cookware several times:

If the cookware remains cold or warm to the touch. it is suitable for microwave use.

If the cookware becomes hot or sparks are cre ated. stop the cookware test. The cookware is not microwave-safe.

9.2 Microwave

You can use the microwave to cook. heat up or defrost food quickly.

Configuring the microwave settings Notes Note the correct way to operate the microwave: → "Safety". Page 2

→ "Preventing material damage". Page 7

→ "Microwave power settings". Page 11

→ "Cookware and accessories with microwave".

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To prevent condensation. when the microwave power setting is 600 watts (max). the appliance automatically switches on a heating element. The cooking compartment and the accessories become hot. The cooking result is not affected by this.

You can switch off this drying function in the basic settings. → "Basic settings". Page 23

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

At the highest settings in microwave only mode. the drying function will automatically switch on an addi tional heating element to heat the cooking compart ment. Never touch the inside surfaces of the cooking com partment or the heating elements while they are hot.

Keep children at a safe distance.

1. Use ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to configure the settings for the

"microwave"

4. Press the bottom row to select the microwave

5. To select a microwave power setting. press the mi

6. Press the bottom row to select the cooking time.

7. Swipe left or right to select a cooking time.

8. Use ​⁠ to start the microwave.

9. Press any button to end the signal tone.

If necessary. set the microwave power setting and cooking time again.

When the food is ready. use ​⁠ to switch the ap

10. If you have switched off the drying function for the

Note: If you open the appliance door during operation. the operation stops. When you close the appliance door. you must press ​⁠ to continue the operation. If

Changing the microwave power setting If you change the microwave power setting. the cook ing time is reset.

1. Press ​⁠ to pause operation.

2. Press the required microwave power setting.

3. Press the bottom row to select the cooking time.

4. Swipe left or right to select a cooking time.

5. Use ​⁠ to start the microwave.

Changing the cooking time 1. Press

2. Swipe left or right to change the cooking time. a The setting is applied.

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Drying the cooking compartment with the Dry function The "Dry" function heats up the cooking compartment so that the moisture in the cooking compartment evap orates. You will then need to open the appliance door to allow the steam to escape.

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 must have cooled down.

1. Remove any food remnants from the cooking com

2. Dry the cooking compartment with a sponge.

3. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

4. Press

5. Swipe left or right to select "Dry" ​⁠.

6. Press the bottom row. a The duration will appear on the display. The duration

7. Press the bottom row.

8. Press ​⁠ to start drying the appliance.

9. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance off.

10. Remove limescale marks with a cloth soaked in vin

11. Leave the appliance door open for 1-2 minutes so

9.3 Microwave combination

To reduce the cooking time. you can use certain types of heating in combination with the microwave.

Possible types of heating include: Hot air

Top/bottom heating

Circo-roasting

Grill. large area

Grill. small area

Possible microwave power settings include: 90 watts

180 watts

360 watts

Setting the microwave combination Note: Note the correct way to operate the microwave: → "Safety". Page 2

→ "Preventing material damage". Page 7

→ "Microwave power settings". Page 11

→ "Cookware and accessories with microwave".

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1. Use ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to set the "microwave

4. Press "Next".

5. To select the type of heating. press "Type of heat

6. Swipe left or right to select a type of heating.

7. To select a temperature. press "Temperature".

8. Swipe left or right to select a temperature.

9. To select the microwave power setting. press "Mi

10. Swipe left or right to select a microwave power set

11. To select the cooking time. press "Cooking time".

12. Swipe left or right to select a cooking time.

13. Press ​⁠ to save the settings.

14. Use ​⁠ to start the microwave combination.

15. Press any button to end the signal tone.

If necessary. set another microwave combination.

When the food is ready. use ​⁠ to switch the ap

Note: If you open the appliance door during operation. the operation stops. When you close the appliance door. you must press ​⁠ to continue the operation. If

Changing the temperature You can also change the temperature while operation is in progress with the microwave combination.

1. Press the temperature.

2. Swipe left or right until the changed temperature ap

Changing the cooking time 1. Press

2. Swipe left or right to change the cooking time. a The setting is applied.

Changing the microwave combination If you change the combination of the type of heating and the microwave power setting. all other settings are reset.

1. Press ​⁠ to pause operation.

2. Press "Type of heating" or "Microwave power set

3. Swipe left or right to select the type of heating or the

4. To select a temperature. press "Temperature".

5. Swipe left or right to select a temperature.

6. To select the cooking time. press "Cooking time".

7. Swipe left or right to select a cooking time.

8. Press ​⁠ to save the settings.

9. Use ​⁠ to start the microwave combination.

10 Microwave programmes

The microwave programmes help you to use your ap pliance to prepare different dishes by selecting the op timum settings automatically. This significantly reduces the cooking time.

10.1 Cookware

The cooking result depends on the composition of the meat and the size of cookware.

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

Note: For some dishes. the appliance switches on the microwave. A notification appears in the display stating that you should use cookware that is suitable for mi crowave use. → "Cookware and accessories with microwave".

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10.2 Meat probe

You can use the meat probe for several dishes.

If the meat probe is plugged in. only the dishes that are possible with the meat probe are available for selec tion. For each dish. you receive recommended settings for type of heating. temperature and core temperature.

You can adjust the temperature and the core temperat ure. → "Meat probe". Page 19

10.3 Overview of the microwave programmes

You can select the following microwave programmes: Defrost poultry portions

Defrost meat

Defrost fish fillet

Vegetables. fresh

Vegetables. frozen

Boiled potatoes

Long-grain rice

Steam fish fillet

Pizza. frozen. with thin base. x 1

Lasagne. frozen

Chicken. unstuffed

Chicken portions

Meat loaf made from fresh mince

Baked potatoes. whole

10.4 Setting the microwave programme

Note: The cooking result depends on the quality and composition of the food. Use fresh and. ideally. chilled food.

Requirements ¡ Observe the information for the microwave.

→ "Microwave". Page 15

¡ Weigh the food. The weight of the food is necessary

1. Use ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to select "Microwave

4. Press the bottom row.

5. Press the required category.

6. Swipe left or right to select the required microwave

7. Press the microwave programme.

8. Swipe left or right to adjust the weight.

9. Press the bottom row. a The recommended shelf position and cookware are

10. Use ​⁠ to start the microwave programme.

11. Note: With some microwave programmes. you can

10.5 Extending the cooking time

1. Press "Extend cooking time".

2. Swipe left or right to change the settings.

3. Press ​⁠ to start the appliance again for the extra

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11 Meat probe

Cook with precision by inserting the meat probe into the food and setting a core temperature on the appli ance. Once the set core temperature has been reached in the food. the appliance automatically stops heating.

11.1 Suitable types of heating with the meat probe

Only certain types of heating are suitable for use with the meat probe.

Once you have placed the roasting sensor in the cooking compartment. the following types of heating are available for you to select. CircoTherm hot air

Top/bottom heating

Circo-roasting

CircoTherm Intensive

Slow cooking

Top/bottom heating eco

CircoTherm eco ​⁠

11.2 Inserting the meat thermometer

Use the meat probe supplied or order a suitable meat probe from our after-sales service.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Using the wrong meat probe could damage the insula tion. Only use the meat probe for this specific appliance.

ATTENTION!

Otherwise the meat probe may be damaged. Do not trap the cable of the meat probe.

Do not use cookware with a lid.

To prevent the meat probe from being damaged by excessive heat. there must be a gap of a few centi metres between the grill element and the meat probe. The meat may expand during the cooking process.

If. during operation with the microwave. the tip of the meat probe is not fully inside the food. sparks will be created. Insert the meat probe fully into the food.

1. Insert the meat probe into the food.

The meat probe has three measuring points. Ensure that at least the middle measuring point is inserted in the food.

Thin pieces of meat

Insert the meat probe into the thickest part of the meat from the side.

Thick pieces of meat

Insert the meat probe diagonally into the meat from above. pushing it in as far as possible.

Poultry Insert the meat probe into the thickest part of the breast. pushing it in as far as possible. The meat probe can be inser ted horizontally or vertically depending on the size and shape of the poultry.

Turn the poultry and place it on the wire rack breast-side down.

Fish When cooking whole fish. insert the meat probe behind the fish's head in the direction of the spine. pushing it in as far as possible.

Place the fish on the wire rack in the swimming position without turning it. e.g. using half a potato as a support.

2. Place the food with the meat probe into the cooking

3. Plug the meat probe into the socket on the left-hand

Notes If you remove the meat probe while the food is cooking. all the settings will be reset.

Do not remove the meat probe when turning the food. Once you have turned the food. check that the meat probe is correctly positioned in the food.

11.3 Core temperatures of different foods

Here you can find the suggested core temperatures of various different foods.

These suggestions depend on the quality and the size/ shape of the food. Do not use frozen food.

Poultry Core temperature in °C

Chicken 80 - 85

Chicken breast 75 - 80

Duck 80 - 85

Duck breast. medium rare 55 - 60

Turkey 80 - 85

Turkey breast 80 - 85

Goose 80 - 90

Pork Core temperature in °C

Shoulder of pork 85 - 90

Fillet of pork. medium rare 62 - 70

Pork loin. well done 72 - 80

Beef Core temperature in °C

Tenderloin or sirloin. rare 45 - 52

Tenderloin or sirloin. medium rare 55 - 62

Tenderloin or sirloin. well done 65 - 75

Veal Core temperature in °C

Joint of veal or hock. lean 75 - 80

Joint of veal. shoulder 75 - 80

Veal knuckle 85 - 90

Lamb Core temperature in °C

Leg of lamb. medium rare 60 - 65

Leg of lamb. well done 70 - 80

Saddle of lamb. medium rare 55 - 60

Fish Core temperature in °C

Whole fish 65 - 70

Fish fillet 60 - 65

Other Core temperature in °C

Meat loaf. all kinds of meat 80 - 90

Heating food. reheating 65 - 75

11.4 Setting the oven temperature and core temperature

The meat probe measures the temperature inside the food between 30 °C and 99 °C.

Requirements ¡ The food with the meat probe is in the cooking com

¡ The meat probe is inserted in the cooking compart

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Select a suitable heating function.

3. Press "Cooking compartment temperature" on the

4. Swipe left or right to select the required cooking

5. Press ​⁠ to save the cooking compartment temper

6. Press "Core temperature" ​⁠ on the right in the bot

7. Swipe left or right to select the required core tem

8. Press ​⁠ to start cooking using the meat probe.

9. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance off.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The cooking compartment. accessories and meat probe become very hot. Always use oven gloves to remove hot accessor ies and the meat probe from the cooking com partment.

Pull the meat probe out of the socket in the cooking compartment.

11.5 Changing the cooking compartment temperature or core temperature

1. Press the cooking compartment temperature or

2. Swipe left or right to change the temperature.

3. Press ​⁠ to save your setting.

11.6 Cancelling operation with the meat probe

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The cooking compartment. accessories and meat probe become very hot. Always use oven gloves to remove hot accessor ies and the meat probe from the cooking com partment.

To continue cooking without the meat probe. pull the meat probe out of the socket in the cooking compartment and out of the food. and then press

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12 Baking and roasting assistant

The baking and roasting assistant helps you to use your appliance to cook various dishes by suggesting the optimal settings.

The baking and roasting assistant helps you to make classic cakes. bread and roasts. The appliance selects the optimal heating function for you. The default tem perature and cooking time can be changed according to your requirements.

12.1 Overview of available foods

You can choose from the following foods: Sponge in a springform tin/loaf tin

Sponge (6 eggs)

Swiss roll

Yeast dough tray bakes with dry topping

Plaited ring/loaf

Small baked puff-pastry items

Muffins. on one level

White bread in a loaf tin

Part-baked bread rolls/baguettes

Pizza. frozen. thin base. x 1

Chips. frozen. on one level

Potato gratin. made from raw potatoes

Baked potatoes

Lasagne. fresh

Joint of pork. marbled. without rind

Meat loaf (1 kg)

Sirloin. medium. 1.5 kg

Beef pot roast

Leg of lamb. boned

Chicken. whole

Chicken legs

Goose. whole (3-4 kg)

12.2 Configuring the baking and roasting assistant

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

Requirement: The cooking compartment must have cooled down.

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to select "Baking and roasting

4. Press the bottom row.

5. Tap the required category.

6. Swipe left or right to select the required food.

7. Press the required food. a The recommended settings will appear on the dis

8. Note: Additional information cannot be selected for

9. To adjust the recommended settings. press "Adjust".

Press the setting.

Swipe left or right to adjust the setting.

10. Press ​⁠ to start the baking and roasting assistant.

11. Note: Some programs allow you to extend the cook

12.3 Extending the cooking time

1. Press "Extend cooking time".

2. Swipe left or right to change the settings.

3. Press ​⁠ to start the appliance again for the extra

13 Childproof lock

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

13.1 Locks

Your appliance has two different locks:

Lock Activate/deactivate

Automatic childproof lock Via the MyProfile menu

One-time childproof lock Using the ​⁠ button

13.2 Activating the automatic childproof lock

The automatic childproof lock disables the control panel to prevent children from accidentally switching on the appliance. To switch on the appliance. interrupt the automatic childproof lock. Once the appliance has finished cooking. it automatically disables the control panel.

Note: When you activate the automatic childproof lock. the appliance will immediately disable the control panel. The ​⁠ and ​⁠ buttons will not be disabled.

Requirement: The appliance must be switched on.

1. Press

2. Swipe left or right to select "MyProfile"

3. Press the bottom row.

4. Swipe left or right to select the "Automatic childproof

5. Press the bottom row.

6. Swipe right to set the lock to "Activated".

7. Press

8. Press "Save" to save your settings. a When you switch off the appliance. ​⁠ will appear

13.3 Interrupting the automatic childproof lock

1. Press and hold the ​⁠ button until "Childproof lock

2. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on and then start it

13.4 Deactivating the automatic childproof lock

1. Press and hold the ​⁠ button until "Childproof lock

2. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

3. Press

4. Swipe left or right to select "MyProfile"

5. Press the bottom row.

6. Press the top row.

7. Swipe left or right to select the "Automatic childproof

8. Press the bottom row.

9. Swipe left to set the lock to "Deactivated".

10. Press

11. Press "Save" to save your settings.

13.5 Activating the one-time childproof lock

The one-time childproof lock disables the control panel to prevent children from accidentally switching on the appliance. To switch on the appliance. deactivate the one-time childproof lock. After you have switched off the appliance. the control panel will no longer be dis abled.

Note: When you activate the automatic childproof lock. the appliance will immediately disable the control panel. The ​⁠ and ​⁠ buttons will not be disabled.

Press and hold the ​⁠ button until "Childproof lock

13.6 Deactivating the one-time childproof lock

Press and hold the ​⁠ button until "Childproof lock

14 Rapid heating

You can use rapid heating to reduce the heat-up time.

You can activate rapid heating for the following types of heating: Hot air

Top/bottom heating

14.1 Activating the "Rapid heat-up" function

1. Set Hot air ​⁠ or Top/bottom heating ​⁠ and a tem

2. Press ​⁠ to start.

3. Use the ​⁠ button to activate the "Rapid heat-up"

​⁠ will appear on the display.

"Rapid heat-up" function will switch itself off auto matically and an audible signal will sound. ​⁠ will go

4. Place the food in the cooking compartment.

14.2 Deactivating the "Rapid heat-up" function

Use the ​⁠ button to deactivate the "Rapid heat-up"

15 Sabbath mode

You can set a cooking time of up to 74 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.

15.1 Starting Sabbath mode

Notes If you open the appliance door during operation. the appliance stops heating. When you close the appli ance door. the appliance continues to heat again.

Once you have started the operation. you cannot change any settings or pause operation.

Requirement: Sabbath mode must be activated in "Fa vourites" in the basic settings.

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Swipe left or right to select "Sabbath mode".

3. Press "Temperature".

4. Swipe left or right to select the temperature.

5. Press ​⁠ to save your setting.

6. Press "Cooking time".

7. Swipe left or right to select the cooking time.

8. Press ​⁠ to save your setting.

9. Press ​⁠ to start Sabbath mode.

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10. Once the cooking time has elapsed. an audible sig

The appliance automatically switches off after ap prox. 10 to 20 minutes.

15.2 Cancelling Sabbath mode

Press ​⁠ to cancel Sabbath mode.

16 Basic settings

You can configure the appliance to meet your needs.

16.1 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.

Basic setting Selection

Language See selection on the appliance

Time 00:00 - 23:59

Date Day. month and year

Favourites → "Changing your favourites".

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Set the heating functions that you want to appear in the heat ing functions menu

Audible signal Short duration

Medium duration

Long duration

Volume 5 settings

Button tone Off (except for

Display brightness 5 settings

Clock display Off

Digital

Analogue

Lighting On during operation

Off during operation

Auto resume When you close the door

No auto resume

Childproof lock Button lock only

Door lock and button lock

Automatic childproof lock

Deactivated

Activated

Operation after switch-on

Main menu

Types of heating

Microwave

Microwave combination

Baking and roasting assist ant

Microwave programs

Night-time dimming Switched off

On (display dimmed between 10 p.m. and 5.59 a.m.)

Basic setting Selection

Warning: Baking tray in MW

Indicators/symbols

Do not display

Brand logo Indicators/symbols

Do not display

Dry microwave On

Fan run-on time Recommended

Minimum

Factory settings Restore

16.2 Changing MyProfile

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to select "MyProfile"

4. Press the bottom row.

5. Swipe left or right to select a setting.

6. Press the bottom row.

7. Swipe left or right to change the setting.

8. Press

9. To save your settings. press "Save".

To discard your settings. press "Discard".

16.3 Changing your favourites

In Favourites. you can set the heating functions that you want to appear in the heating functions menu.

Note: Some heating functions cannot be deactivated: CircoTherm hot air

Circo-roasting

Full-surface grill

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to select "MyProfile"

4. Press the bottom row.

5. Swipe left or right to select "Favourites".

6. Press the bottom row.

7. Swipe left or right to select a heating function.

8. Press the required setting.

Setting Display in the heating func tions menu?

Activated Yes

Deactivated No

9. Press

10. To save your settings. press "Save".

To discard your settings. press "Discard".

17 Cleaning and servicing

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

17.1 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 agents that are suitable for the differ ent surfaces on your appliance.

Follow the instructions on cleaning the appliance. → "Cleaning the appliance". Page 25

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 limescale. grease. starch or albu min (e.g. egg white) stains on stainless steel fronts immediately.

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.

To avoid permanent stains. remove any descaling agent that gets onto the surface immediately.

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 29

Door cover Made of stainless steel: Stainless steel cleaner

Made of plastic: Hot soapy water

Do not use glass cleaner or a glass scraper.

Do not use stainless steel care products.

Tip: Remove the door cover for thorough cleaning. → "Appliance door". Page 29

Stainless steel in terior door frame

Stainless steel cleaner Discolouration can be removed using stainless steel cleaner.

Do not use stainless steel care products.

Door handle Hot soapy water To avoid permanent stains. remove any descaling agent that gets onto the surface immediately.

Door seal Hot soapy water Do not remove or scrub.

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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 It is best to use the cleaning function. → "Self-cleaning function". Page 26

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.

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.

Note: To clean thoroughly. detach the rails. → "Rails". Page 28

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.

Note: To clean thoroughly. detach the pull-out system. → "Rails". Page 28

Accessories Hot soapy water

Oven cleaner

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

Enamelled accessories are dishwasher-safe.

Meat probe Hot soapy water Use a brush to remove heavy soiling.

Do not clean in the dishwasher.

17.2 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 24 1. Clean the appliance using hot soapy water and a

2. Dry with a soft cloth.

18 Cleaning functions

You can use the cleaning functions to clean the appli ance.

18.1 Self-cleaning function

The "Self-cleaning" function cleans the cooking com partment virtually automatically.

Use this cleaning function to clean the cooking com partment every 2 to 3 months. You can use the clean ing function more often. if required. The cleaning func tion requires approx. 2.5 - 4.7 kilowatt hours.

Preparing the appliance for the cleaning function To achieve a good cleaning result and prevent dam age. prepare the appliance carefully.

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Combustible objects that are left in the cooking com partment 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 when the cleaning function is in progress. Before you start the cleaning function. always re move coarse dirt from the cooking compartment.

Never clean accessories at the same time.

The outside of the appliance gets very hot when the cleaning function is in progress. Never hang combustible objects. e.g. tea towels. on the door handle.

Leave the front of the appliance clear.

Keep children at a safe distance.

If the door seal is damaged. a large amount of heat is generated around the door. Do not scrub or remove the seal.

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

1. Remove accessories and cookware from the cook

2. Remove coarse dirt from the cooking compartment

3. Use a detergent solution and a soft cloth to clean

4. Remove any objects from the cooking compartment.

The cooking compartment must be empty except for the rails.

Configuring the Pyrolytic self-cleaning function

WARNING ‒ Risk of harm to health!

The cleaning function heats up the cooking compart ment to a very high temperature so that food left over from roasting. grilling and baking will burn off. This pro cess releases vapours. which can irritate mucous mem branes. Keep the kitchen well ventilated while the cleaning function is running.

Do not remain in the room for long periods.

Keep children and pets away.

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The cooking compartment gets very hot when the cleaning function is in progress. Never open the appliance door.

Allow the appliance to cool down.

Keep children at a safe distance.

The outside of the appliance gets very hot when the

Allow the appliance to cool down.

Keep children at a safe distance.

Note: The oven light will not be lit while the cleaning function is running.

Requirement: → "Preparing the appliance for the cleaning function". Page 26.

1. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

2. Press

3. Swipe left or right to set "Pyrolytic self-cleaning"

4. Press the bottom row.

5. Swipe left or right to select the required cleaning

Cleaning set ting

Cleaning level

Duration in hours

Low Approx. 1:15

Medium Approx. 1:30

High Approx. 2:00

Select a higher cleaning setting if the cooking com partment is particularly dirty or has not been cleaned for a while.

You cannot change the duration of the cleaning function.

Once the cleaning function is in progress. you can not change the cleaning setting.

6. Press the bottom row.

7. Note: Keep the kitchen ventilated while the cleaning

8. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance off.

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The appliance door will remain locked until the ap pliance has cooled down sufficiently and ​⁠ has gone out.

9. After using the cleaning function. prepare the appli

Preparing the appliance for use following the cleaning function 1. Allow the appliance to cool down.

2. Wipe off any ash that has been left behind in the

3. Slide the pull-out rails in and out several times.

While the cleaning function is running. the rails may become discoloured. This discolouration does not compromise the functionality of the appliance.

4. Remove white residues with lemon juice.

Note: White residues on the enamel surfaces may be caused by heavy soiling. These food residues are harmless. The deposits do not compromise the functionality of the appliance.

Note: While the cleaning function is running. the frame on the inside of the appliance door becomes discol oured. This discolouration does not compromise the functionality of the appliance. Use stainless steel cleaner to remove the discolouration.

18.2 EasyClean cleaning aid

You can use the "EasyClean" cleaning aid to clean light soiling from the cooking compartment between full cleans. The "EasyClean" cleaning aid soaks dirt by evaporating soapy water. It is then easier to remove the dirt.

Setting the EasyClean cleaning aid

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.

Requirements ¡ You can only start the cleaning aid once the cooking

¡ Do not open the appliance door while the appliance

¡ To remove particularly stubborn dirt. leave the soapy

¡ To remove particularly stubborn dirt. rub washing-up

1. Remove any accessories from the cooking compart

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. Press ​⁠ to switch the appliance on.

4. Press

5. Select "EasyClean"

To scroll through the various selection options. swipe to the left or right on the display.

6. Press the bottom row.

7. Press ​⁠ to start the cleaning aid.

8. Press any button to end the audible signal.

9. After using the cleaning aid. finish cleaning the

Wiping down 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.

Requirement: The cooking compartment must have cooled down.

1. Open the appliance door and remove the remaining

2. Clean the smooth surfaces in the cooking compart

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 there is any stubborn dirt that you are unable to

5. In order to dry the cooking compartment. leave the

19 Rails

To thoroughly clean the rails and the cooking compart ment. or to replace the rails. you can remove the rails.

19.1 Detaching the rails

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. Pull out the pull-out forwards.

2. Lift the rail forwards slightly ​⁠ and detach it

3. Swivel the entire rail outwards ​⁠ and unhook it at

19.2 Fitting the retainers

The retainers may fall out when you detach the rails.

Note: The retainers at the front differ from those at the rear.

1. Hook the front retainers with the hook into the round

2. Hook the front retainers in at the bottom and

3. Hook the rear retainers with the hook into the top

19.3 Attaching the rails

Notes When hanging the rails. ensure that the pull-out is at the bottom.

The rails only fit on the right or left.

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

1. Set the rear rail at an angle. hooking it into the re

2. Pull the rail forwards

3. Hook in the rail at the front ​⁠ and press it down

4. Push the pull-outs in completely.

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20 Appliance door

To clean the appliance door thoroughly. you can disas semble the appliance door.

20.1 Removing the door cover

The stainless steel inlay in the door cover may discol our. Remove the door cover in order to clean it and the stainless steel inlay. or to remove the door panes.

1. Open the appliance door slightly.

2. Press down on the left- and right-hand sides of the

3. Remove the door cover and carefully close the ap

20.2 Removing the door panes

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.

Requirement: The door cover has been removed.

1. Undo and remove the screws on the left and right of

2. Place a folded-up tea towel in the appliance door.

3. Close the appliance door.

4. Pull the front pane up and out.

5. Place the front pane down on a flat surface with the

6. Press the intermediate pane against the appliance

7. Remove the intermediate pane.

WARNING ‒ Risk of serious harm to health!

If the screws are undone. the safety of the appliance can no longer be guaranteed. Microwave energy may escape. Never undo the screws.

Never unscrew the four black screws on the frame.

20.3 Fitting the door panes

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

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.

1. Turn the intermediate pane until the arrow ​⁠ is in

2. Insert the intermediate pane into the retainer ​⁠ at

3. Push the left- and right-hand retainer ​⁠ downwards

4. Attach the front pane downwards into the left- and

5. Push the front pane to the appliance until the left

6. Push the front pane in at the bottom ​⁠ until you

7. Open the appliance door slightly and remove the

8. Screw both screws back in on the left and right of

9. Put the door cover in position and push down on it

​⁠ until you hear it click into place.

10. Close the appliance door.

Note: Do not use the cooking compartment again until the door panes have been correctly fitted.

21 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 the manufacturer. the manufac turer's Customer Service or a similarly qualified per son in order to prevent any risk.

21.1 Malfunctions

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

The appliance is not working.

The circuit breaker is faulty. 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.

Electronics fault 1. Briefly disconnect the appliance from the power supply by switching off the fuse.

2. Reset the basic settings to the factory settings.

→ "Basic settings". Page 23

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Fault Cause and troubleshooting

"Language English" appears on the dis play.

There has been a power cut. Configure the initial configuration settings. → "Initial use". Page 13

The appliance cannot be switched on;

Automatic childproof lock or childproof lock is activated Press and hold the ​⁠ button until "Childproof lock deactivated" appears on the display.

Appliance will not start or cuts out dur ing operation.

Different causes are possible. Check any notifications that appear on the display. → "Displaying information". Page 14

Malfunction Call the after-sales service. → "Customer Service". Page 32

The appliance is not heating; ​⁠ appears

Demo mode is activated in the basic settings.

1. Briefly disconnect the appliance from the power supply by switching the circuit breaker in

2. Deactivate Demo mode within the next 3 minutes in the

→ "Basic settings". Page 23.

There has been a power cut. Open and close the appliance door once after a power failure.

Time not displayed when appliance switched off.

Basic setting has been changed. Change the basic setting for the clock display. → "Basic settings". Page 23

Appliance door can not be opened.

The cleaning function locks the appliance door; ​⁠ is lit on the display. Allow the appliance to cool down until ​⁠ goes out on the display. → "Self-cleaning function". Page 26

The childproof lock locks the appliance door. Use the ​⁠ button to deactivate the childproof lock.

→ "Childproof lock". Page 21 You can switch off the lock in the basic settings. → "Basic settings". Page 23

During simple mi crowave operation. the cooking compart ment becomes hot.

The drying function is switched on.

The interior lighting does not work.

The LED light is defective.

Note: Do not remove the glass cover.

Call the after-sales service. → "Customer Service". Page 32

Maximum operating time reached.

To prevent the appliance from continuing to run when it is no longer needed. it automatically stops heating after a few hours if the settings are not changed during this time. A notifica tion appears on the display.

The point at which the maximum operating time is reached is determined by the corres ponding settings for an operating mode.

1. Press any button to continue operation.

2. If you do not need to use the appliance. press ​⁠ to switch it off.

Tip: To prevent the appliance from switching off when you do not want it to. set a cooking time. → "Setting the cooking time". Page 14

A message with "D" or "E" appears in the display. e.g. D0111 or E0111.

The electronics have detected a fault.

1. Switch the appliance off and on again. a If the fault was a one-off. the message disappears.

2. If the message appears again. call the after-sales service. Please specify the exact error

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

The cooking result is not satisfactory.

Settings were unsuitable.

Setting values. e.g. temperature or cooking time. depend on the recipe. quantity and food. Next time. set lower or higher values.

Tip: A lot of information about the food preparation and corresponding setting values can be found on our website www.neff-international.com.

22 Disposal

22.1 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

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.

23 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.

This product contains light sources from energy effi ciency class G. These light sources are available as a spare part and should only be replaced by trained spe cialist staff.

23.1 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.

24 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.

24.1 General cooking tips

Please take note of the following information when cooking all types of 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 place accessories into the cooking compartment until it has finished preheating.

Remove any accessories that are not being used from the cooking compartment.

24.2 Baking tips

Dark-coloured metal baking tins are most suitable for baking cakes. bread and other baked goods.

Use wide. shallow cookware for bakes and gratins.

Food takes longer to cook in deep. narrow cook ware and it browns more on top.

If you are cooking bakes directly in the universal pan. place the universal pan into the cooking com partment at level 1.

The setting values for bread dough apply to both dough placed on a baking tray and dough placed in a loaf tin.

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ATTENTION!

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.

Shelf positions If you bake on one level. use shelf position 1.

Baking on 2 levels Shelf position

Universal pan Baking tray

Baking tins on two wire racks

Use the hot air heating function.

Notes Items that are placed in the appliance on baking trays or in baking tins/dishes at the same time will not necessarily be ready at the same time.

If you opt for cooking in combination with the mi crowave mode. you can only cook on one level.

24.3 Roasting. braising and grilling tips

The recommended settings are for fridge-temperat ure food and unstuffed. oven-ready poultry.

Place the poultry onto the cookware breast-side or skin-side down.

Turn roasting joints. grilled items or whole fish after approx. ½ to ⅔ of the specified time.

The meat probe allows you to cook with absolute precision. Please take note of the important informa tion on using it correctly. → Page 19

Roasting on the wire rack Food roasted on the wire rack will become very crispy on all sides. You can roast large poultry. for example. or multiple individual pieces at the same time. Roast pieces of a similar weight and thickness. The grilled food will brown evenly and will remain succu lent and juicy.

Place the food to be roasted directly on the wire rack.

To catch any liquids that drip down. place the uni versal pan into the cooking compartment one level below the wire rack.

Add up to ½ litre of water to the universal pan. de pending on the size and type of food that you want to roast.

You can make a sauce from the juices that are col lected. This also means that less smoke is pro duced and the cooking compartment does not be come as dirty.

Roasting in cookware If you cover the cookware when you cook your food. this will keep the cooking compartment cleaner.

General information about roasting in cookware Use heat-resistant. ovenproof cookware.

Place the cookware on the wire rack.

Glass cookware is best.

Follow the manufacturer's instructions for your roast ing dishes.

Roasting in uncovered cookware Use a deep roasting dish.

If you do not have any suitable cookware. you can use the universal pan.

Roasting in covered cookware Use a suitable lid that seals well.

When roasting meat. there should be at least 3 cm between the food and the lid. The meat may ex pand.

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.

Grilling Grill food if you want it to be crispy.

ATTENTION!

Acidic food may damage the grid Do not place acidic food. such as fruit or food with an acidic marinade directly on the pan support.

When grilling several food items. choose pieces that are of a similar weight and thickness. The grilled food will brown evenly and will remain succulent and juicy.

Place the food to be grilled directly onto the wire rack.

To catch any liquids that drip down. place the uni versal pan into the cooking compartment at least one level below the wire rack.

Notes The grill element switches on and off continuously.

This is normal. The temperature that you set determ ines how frequently this occurs.

Smoke may be produced when grilling.

Information for those allergic to nickel In rare cases. small amounts of nickel may pass into the food.

24.4 Microwave cooking

If you use the microwave mode. you can reduce the cooking time considerably.

General information When using the microwave mode. the cooking time is determined based on the total weight.

If you want to cook a quantity that differs from the specified quantity. the general rule is Double the quantity requires just under double the cooking time.

The food transfers heat to the cookware. The cook ware can become very hot.

In the main part of the instruction manual. you will find information on how to configure the microwave and microwave combination oven settings. → "Microwave combination". Page 17

→ "Microwave". Page 15→ "Microwave". Page 16

Cooking. braising or steaming using the microwave mode Use microwave-safe cookware with a lid. Alternat ively. you can use a plate or special microwaveable film to cover the dish.

For cereal products. e.g. rice. use deep cookware with a lid. Cereal products foam a lot during cook ing. Add liquid in accordance with the instructions and information provided in the recommended set tings tables.

Do not wash or dry food. Add 1-3 tablespoons of water or lemon juice to the food.

Spread the food out so that as much of it as pos sible is in contact with the bottom of the cookware.

Food that is in contact with the bottom will cook more quickly than food that is piled up.

Use salt and seasoning sparingly. When cooking food using the microwave mode. most of the food's natural flavour will be retained.

Turn or stir the food 2-3 times during cooking.

After cooking. leave the food to rest for 2-3 minutes.

24.5 Cooking frozen products

Do not use heavily frosted frozen products.

Remove any ice.

Some frozen products may be unevenly pre-baked.

Uneven browning may remain even after baking.

24.6 Cooking ready meals

Take ready meals out of the packaging.

If you are warming or cooking the ready meal in cookware. make sure that the cookware is heat-res istant.

24.7 List of foods

Recommended settings for a variety of foods. sorted into food categories.

Recommended settings for various types of food

Food Accessory/cook ware

Shelf pos ition

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Sponge cake. simple Ring-shaped tin or Loaf tin

​⁠160–180 30–40

Sponge cake. delicate Loaf tin ​⁠150–170

60–80

Fruit tart or cheesecake with shortcrust pastry base

Springform cake tin. diameter 26 cm

​⁠160–170

65–85

Fruit tart or cheesecake with shortcrust pastry base

Springform cake tin. diameter 26 cm

​⁠1. 160–180 2. 100

1. 180 2. 0

1. 30–40 2. 20

Sponge cake. 6 eggs Springform cake tin. diameter 28 cm

​⁠150–170 1

30–50

Sponge cake. 6 eggs Springform cake tin. diameter 28 cm

​⁠150–170 1

30–50

Sponge cake. 6 eggs Springform cake tin. diameter 28 cm

​⁠150–160

50–60

Shortcrust tart with moist topping

Universal pan ​⁠150–170

65–85

Shortcrust tart with moist topping

Universal pan ​⁠160–180

60–80

Muffins Muffin tray ​⁠170–190

15–30

Small yeast cakes Baking tray ​⁠160–170

30–40

Small yeast cakes Baking tray ​⁠150–160

30–40

Biscuits Baking tray ​⁠140–160

15–30

Biscuits. 2 levels Universal pan

Baking tray

​⁠130–150

20–35

1 Preheat the appliance.

2 Turn the dish 2/3 of the way through the cooking time.

3 Stir the food one or two times during cooking.

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7. Use the recommended settings when configuring

8. After making the yoghurt. leave it to cool in the refri

Recommended settings for desserts and compote

Food Accessory/cook ware

Shelf pos ition

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Blancmange made from blancmange powder

Covered cookware 5 - 8 1

Yoghurt Individual moulds Cooking compart ment floor

​⁠40 - 45

8 - 9 hrs

Rice pudding. 125 g.

500 ml milk

Covered cookware 1. 600 2. 180

1. 10 2. 20 - 25

Fruit compote. 500 g Covered cookware 9 - 12

Microwave popcorn. 1 x 100 g bag 2 Uncovered cook ware

4 - 6

1 Stir the food one or two times during cooking.

2 Place the sealed bag on the cookware.

24.8 Special cooking methods and other applications

Information and recommended settings for special cooking methods and other applications. e.g. slow cooking or preserving.

Slow cooking Cook prime cuts of meat slowly at a low temperature. e.g. tender cuts of beef. veal. lamb or poultry.

Low temperature cooking poultry or meat Note: When using the low temperature cooking type of heating. you cannot delay the start of the programme by setting an end time.

Requirement: The cooking compartment is cold.

1. Use fresh. clean. hygienic meat without bones.

2. Place the cookware onto the wire rack at level 1 in

3. Preheat the cooking compartment and cookware for

4. Sear the meat on all sides on the hob at a very high

5. Immediately place the meat into the pre-warmed

6. After low temperature cooking. remove the meat

Recommended settings for slow cooking

Food Accessory/cook ware

Shelf pos ition

Searing time in mins

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C

Cooking time in mins

Duck breast. medium rare. 300 g each

Uncovered cook ware

6 - 8 ​⁠95 1 45 - 60

Fillet of pork. whole Uncovered cook ware

4 - 6 ​⁠85 1 45 - 70

Fillet of beef. 1 kg Uncovered cook ware

4 - 6 ​⁠85 1 90 - 120

Veal medallions. 4 cm thick

Uncovered cook ware

​⁠80 1 40 - 60

Saddle of lamb. bone less. 200 g each

Uncovered cook ware

​⁠85 1 30 - 45

1 Preheat the appliance.

Defrosting You can defrost frozen food in your appliance.

Tips for defrosting food You can use the "microwave" mode to defrost frozen fruit. vegetables. poultry. meat. fish or baked goods.

Remove frozen food from its packaging before you defrost it.

Use heat-resistant. microwave-safe cookware.

The recommended settings are for freezer-temperat ure food (-18 °C).

Defrosting works best if you divide it into more than one step. The steps are listed one after the other in the recommended settings tables.

Stir or turn the food 1-2 times during defrosting.

Turn large items several times. Split the food into smaller pieces as it defrosts.

Remove pieces that have already defrosted from the cooking compartment.

Once the food has defrosted. switch off the appli ance and leave the food in the appliance for another 10 to 30 minutes to allow the temperature to equal ise.

Recommended settings for defrosting

Food Accessory/cook ware

Shelf pos ition

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Bread. 500 g Uncovered cook ware

1. 180 2. 90

1. 3 2. 10 - 15

Bread rolls Wire rack ​⁠140 - 160 2 - 4

Cakes. moist. 500 g Uncovered cook ware

1. 180 2. 90

1. 2 2. 10 - 15

Cakes. dry. 750 g Uncovered cook ware

10 - 15

Meat. whole. e.g. joint. raw meat. 1 kg

Uncovered cook ware

1. 180 2. 90

1. 15 2. 20 - 30

Minced meat. mixed.

500 g

Uncovered cook ware

1. 180 2. 90

1. 5 2. 10 - 15

Chicken. whole. 1.2 kg Uncovered cook ware

1. 180 2. 90

1. 10 2. 10 - 15

Fish. whole. 300 g Uncovered cook ware

1. 180 2. 90

1. 3 2. 10 - 15

Berries. 300 g Uncovered cook ware

5 - 10

Butter. defrosting. 125 g Uncovered cook ware

7 - 9

1 Turn the dish halfway through the cooking time.

Warming up food using the microwave mode You can use the microwave mode to warm up food or to defrost and warm up food in a single step.

Tips for warming up food using the microwave mode Use microwave-safe cookware with a lid.

Turn or stir the food 2-3 times during warming.

After warming up the food. leave it to rest for 1-2 minutes.

The food transfers heat to the cookware. The cook ware can become very hot.

Make sure that you do the following when you are warming up baby food: Place bottles on the wire rack without the teat or lid.

Shake or stir the baby food well after warming it up.

Always check the temperature of the baby food.

Wipe the cooking compartment dry after using it to warm up food.

WARNING ‒ Risk of scalding!

There is a possibility of delayed boiling when a liquid is heated. This means that the liquid reaches boiling tem perature without the usual steam bubbles rising to the surface. Even if the container only vibrates a little. the hot liquid may suddenly boil over and spatter. Always place a spoon in the container when heating liquids. This will prevent delayed boiling.

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ATTENTION!

Metal touching the wall of the cooking compartment will cause sparks. which may damage the appliance or the inner door pane. Metal (e.g. a spoon in a glass) must be kept at least 2 cm from the cooking compartment walls and the inside of the door.

Recommended settings for warming up food using the microwave mode

Food Accessory/cook ware

Shelf pos ition

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Drinks. warming up.

200 ml

Uncovered cook ware

1000 1 - 3 1

Baby food. heating up. e.g. baby bottle. 150 ml

Uncovered cook ware

1 - 3 1

Vegetables. chilled.

250 g

Covered cookware 3 - 8

Side dishes. e.g. pasta. dumplings. potatoes. rice Chilled

Covered cookware 5 - 10

Soup. stew. 400 ml Chilled

Covered cookware 5 - 7

Plated meal. 1 portion Chilled

Covered cookware 4 - 8

Bakes. 400 g. e.g. lasagne. potato gratin

Uncovered cook ware

​⁠180 - 200 20 -25

Side dishes. 500 g. e.g. pasta. dumplings. pota toes. rice Frozen

Covered cookware 7 - 10

Soup. stew. 200 ml Frozen

Covered cookware 4 - 6 1

Plated meal. 1 portion Frozen

Covered cookware 11 - 15

1 Stir the food well.

Keeping food warm

Tips for keeping food warm Using the "Keep warm" heating function prevents condensation from forming. You will not have to wipe down the cooking compartment.

To prevent the food from drying out. you can cover it.

Do not keep food warming for longer than 2 hours.

Be aware that some types of food will actually con tinue cooking when you are keeping them warm in the oven.

24.9 Test dishes

The information in this section is provided for test institutes to facilitate testing of the appliance in accordance with EN 60350-1:2013 or IEC 60350-1:2011 and EN 60705:2012 or IEC 60705:2010.

Baking The setting values apply to food that is placed into a cold cooking compartment.

Please take note of the information on preheating in the recommended settings tables. These setting val ues assume that the rapid heat-up function is not being used.

For baking. use the lower of the specified temperat ures to start with.

Items that are placed in the appliance on baking trays or in baking tins/dishes at the same time will not necessarily be ready at the same time.

Shelf positions when baking on 2 levels: Universal pan: Shelf position 3 Baking tray: Shelf position 1

Hot water sponge cake When baking on two levels. place the springform tins at diagonally opposite corners of the wire racks.

Recommended settings for baking

Food Accessory/cookware Shelf posi tion

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C Cooking time

Viennese whirls Baking tray ​⁠150–160 1 20–30

Viennese whirls Baking tray ​⁠140–150 1 25–35

Small cakes Baking tray ​⁠160 1 25–35

Small cakes Baking tray ​⁠150 1 20–30

Small cakes Baking tray ​⁠150 1 20–30

Small cakes. 2 levels Universal pan

Baking tray

​⁠140 1 30–40

Hot water sponge cake Springform cake tin. diameter 26 cm

​⁠160–170 2 25–35

Hot water sponge cake Springform cake tin. diameter 26 cm

​⁠160–170 2 30–45

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 Accessory/cookware Shelf posi tion

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C Cooking time

Toasting bread Wire rack ​⁠290

Microwave cooking If you use the wire rack. slide it into the cooking compartment with the Microwave imprint facing the appliance door and the bump pointing downwards.

To test the microwave mode on its own. switch off the drying function in the basic settings. → Page 23

Recommended settings for defrosting food using the microwave mode

Food Accessories/cook ware

Shelf posi tion

Heating function → Page 10

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Meat Uncovered cookware ​⁠1. 180 2. 90

1. 5 2. 10–15

Recommended settings for microwave cooking

Food Accessories/cook ware

Shelf posi tion

Heating function → Page 10

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Egg wash Uncovered cookware ​⁠1. 360 2. 180

1. 20 2. 20–25

Sponge Uncovered cookware ​⁠600

Meat loaf Uncovered cookware ​⁠600 22–27

Installation instructions en

Recommended settings for cooking in combination with the microwave mode

Food Accessory/cook ware

Shelf pos ition

Heating function → Page 10

Temperature in °C

Microwave power setting in W

Cooking time in mins

Potato gratin Uncovered cook ware

​⁠150 - 170 25 - 30

Cakes Uncovered cook ware

​⁠190 - 210 12 - 18

Chicken Uncovered cook ware

​⁠180 - 200 25 - 35 1

1 Turn the dish 2/3 of the way through the cooking time.

25 Installation instructions

Observe this information when installing the appliance.

25.1 General installation instructions

Follow these instructions before you start with the installation of the appliance. ¡ The installation cabinet must not have a

¡ Ventilation slots and intake openings must

¡ The safe operation of this appliance can

¡ Check the appliance for damage after un

¡ Before starting up the appliance. remove

¡ Proceed in accordance with the installation

¡ 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

¡ Cut-out work on the units should be carried

¡ The mains socket for the appliance must

¡ Wear protective gloves so that you do not

¡ Dimensions of the figures in mm.

WARNING ‒ Danger: Magnetism!

Permanent magnets are used in the control panel or in the controls. They may affect elec tronic implants. e.g. pacemakers or insulin pumps. ▶ Wearers of electronic implants must stay at

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.

▶ If the power cord is too short. contact cus

▶ Only use adapters approved by the manu

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

25.2 Appliance dimensions

You will find the dimensions of the appliance here

25.3 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.

The worktop must be secured to the built-in unit.

Observe any available installation instructions for the hob.

25.4 Installation underneath a hob

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

The minimum worktop thickness ​⁠ a is based on the

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

Induction hob

Installation instructions en

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

Full-surface induction hob

Gas hob

Electric hob

25.5 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.

In order to ensure sufficient ventilation of the appli ance. 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 the air ex change is guaranteed in accordance with the dia gram.

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.

25.6 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

25.7 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.

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

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

2. Connect the hob in accordance with the connection

3. Connect the wires of the mains power cable accord

Blue = Neutral conductor

Brown = Phase (external conductor)

25.8 Installing the appliance

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

1. Push the appliance in fully.

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

2. Centre the appliance.

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

3. Open the appliance door and unscrew the left and

4. Close the appliance door.

5. Screw the appliance into place.

6. For handleless kitchens with vertical bar handle

Pre-drill aluminium profiles to establish a screw connection

Secure the appliance using a suitable screw

7. Refit the panels and screw them in place. first at the

Installation instructions en

8. If required. the gap between the appliance door and

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.

25.9 Removing the appliance

1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

2. Open the appliance door and unscrew the left and

3. Undo the fastening screws.

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

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München. GERMANY

+9001749860*

9001749860 020608 en

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

Grand Union House Old Wolverton Road Wolverton. Milton Keynes MK12 5PT United Kingdom



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