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For efficient cooking, we recommend using higher power levels. ance with European Standard EN50304 and the European Directive 2002/40/EC 17
Changing a bulb
· The light bulb is housed in the ceiling of your oven. Warning! Switch off the power at the main switch before attempting to change the bulb. Leave the oven to cool if necessary. a) Unscrew the protective shade (see diagram). b) Unscrew the bulb in the same direction. The bulb used is a: 15 W 220-240 V 300°C E 14 screw-fitting bulb bulb fitting
c) Change the bulb, replace the shade and switch your oven back on at the mains. unscrew
It is easier to unscrew the shade and bulb if you wear a rubber glove. 18
Looking after your oven
Installing and changing the catalytic panels
Always allow the oven to cool down before attempting to remove the panels. Check the cooking selector is at OFF. Side panels (1) Undo the rail clip (2) at the front by lifting it up (Diagram A). Pull the rail unit toward you, lifting it slightly to unclip the rear catch (Diagram B). Pull it out of the 2 holes (3) of the catalytic panels and the oven B casing. Remove the catalytic panel (1). Reverse operations to replace panel and rail 2 unit. Back panel (4) Undo and remove the screw (5) at the top of the back A panel. Tip the panel towards you so you can remove it from the oven case. Reverse this operation to replace the panel. 5 4
Always check that the oven is off before you clean the inside. Cleaning the inside
Your oven is self-cleaning. The outer shell is lined with removable panels covered in a special microporous enamel known as catalytic enamel. This coating helps eliminate dirt and grease. Splashes are attracted to the tiny holes where they are gradually burnt off. [...] - Always protect your hands with oven gloves or something similar when removing food, accessories or containers from the oven. - Do not line your oven or the grill pan with kitchen foil. The metal will increase the heat produced and could ruin the food and damage the enamel. - Never use a spray or a high-pressure washer to clean the oven. - During self-cleaning, surfaces can become hotter than in normal use. Children must be kept at a distance. 6
How to install your oven
Electricity meter (mains) (20A, single-phase 220-240 V alternating current 50 Hz)
Fused 16A or differential circuit breaker 220-240 V single phase alternating current supply Socket 2 -pin with earth
Connecting cable approx 1. long
· Before connecting your oven, make sure you are using the correct size cable. The cross-section should be the same as the cable connected to the oven. Use a 16-amp fuse. 7
The electrical connections are made before the oven is installed in its housing. · The oven must be connected using an approved 3-core cable (live, neutral and ) with 1. 5 mm square conductors. This should be connected via a 3- pinearth socket (live, neutral, and earth to the main supply which should be should be a 220-240V, alternating single-phase current. If the oven is not connected using a plug and socket, it must be connected to a multi-pole switch with a minimum gap of 3 mm between contacts. The earth wire (green and yellow) should be connected to the terminal marked with the earth symbol on the appliance and to the earth in the switch. · Where the oven is connected using a separate plug and socket this must be accessible after the oven has been installed. · The neutral wire (blue) of the oven must be connected to the neutral in the main supply...