GEBRAUCHSund Einbauanweisung EN FR NL Instructions for use and installation Instructions d’utilisation et de montage Gebruiks- en montageaanwijzingen 3172478-000 EEB 9850.
What you will find here Read the instructions in this manual carefully before turning on your oven. Here you will find the most important instructions regarding the safety, use, care and maintenance of your appliance, so that it will give you Active safety function Eco-function Fast heating mode Memory function Roasting ...................................................... lasting enjoyment.
Oven features 1 Control panel 1 2 Fold down grill (Top heat/Grill) 3 Socket for roasting thermoprobe 2 3 4 Hot air fan 5 Shelf levels 6 Oven door 4 5 Accessories included: Grid shelf Enamel roasting tray Enamel baking tray Roasting thermoprobe 6 Special accessories: Pizza stone (acc. No. 145) Grid (acc. No. 124) Oven tray (acc. No. 541) Baking tray (acc. No. 543) Control Panel - Sensor keys and instructions The control panel operates all oven settings.
Safety Warnings Connection and use Only KÜPPERSBUSCH hobs have been manufactured and tested for use Thermoprobe Only use the original thermoprobe. Do not trap the thermoprobe cable in the oven door. Remove from the oven if it is not being used. over a KÜPPERSBUSCH oven. Do not use other hobs. Keep at a minimum distance of 5 cm from the grill and the top Any handling or repair to the appliance, including replacement of the elements.
Touch the symbol. This will light The electronic clock features Touch-Control technology. To operate, up in red. simply touch the glass control symbols with your fingertip. The touch By turning the function selector you control sensitivity continuously adapts to changing conditions. Make sure that the glass surface of the control panel is clean and free of any can see the clock functions. When you have the chosen the time setting function , press the function selector .
Selecting a conventional cooking setting Oven Use General instructions The fan turns itself on and off with some settings; this does not mean Turn the oven on by touching Touch . , which will light up on the control panel. The symbol will change to red. Turn the function selector to the right or left to set one of the following cooking it is damaged. Meaning of the lit up symbols and displays Colour Meaning White symbol Select Red symbol On functions.
Conventional oven cooking functions There are many conventional oven cooking functions and they are described below. Symbol Cooking function Suitable for Top/bottom heat This function is for use when baking cakes where the heat should be even to give a spongy texture. Top heat For when you need to heat food gently. Plate warming. Bottom heat Heat only comes from lower part. Suitable for warming dishes or letting dough or similar products rise. Grill and bottom heat (EEBK6550.
Automatic cooking Touch to turn the oven on. Touch the symbol . This will light up in red. The right display will show the different automatic cooking recipes available with the oven: The name of the recipe will appear on the left display. Turn the function selector to the right or left to select the desired recipe. Then press the function selector. You will hear a double beep confirming the recipe that you have chosen.
Changing/setting the cooking time When the programmed end time is reached, the oven will switch itself off, an alarm will sound briefly and The cooking time is pre-programmed for the automatic cooking recipes but can be changed. There is no pre-programmed time for conventional cooking functions. Touch . This will light up in red. Touch and will start flashing. to stop the alarm. The oven will display the current time and lit up in white. The oven is now off.
Special settings These settings can be accessed by pressing the function selector for Memory function / The oven has a memory function you can use to store two programmes 6 seconds. The setting is changed by pressing the function selector or after a few seconds without turning or pressing it, except in the language you have composed yourself as additional programmes. selection function, which appears just after plugging in the oven.
Roasting on the grid shelf Use tray and grid shelf. Large roasts can be prepared directly on the tray or on the grid shelf with the tray below (e.g. turkey, goose, 3-4 chickens or pork hocks). We recommend that when cooking fish this way, it should be upright on the tray (in its swimming position). In this way, there will be no need to turn It. it will not fall apart so easily and it will cook more evenly. If The cooking time for meat with a layer of fat may increase to twice the length.
Automatic cooking recipe chart Your oven offers the possibility of cooking with the following recipes. You only need to set the desired recipe, specify the weight of the food to be cooked and put it in the oven. There is no need to worry about anything else; the oven will cook it for you, with perfect results.
Suggested roast settings for conventional oven cooking Hot air Meat type Top/bottom heating Grilling Recommended Fan-forced hot air Per cm meat height in mins.
Thermoprobe and inside temperature function If you wish to modify the thermoprobe temperature setting at any time symbol. Next, turn the function selector during cooking, touch the to change the cooking temperature. Finally, after pressing the function selector, two beeps will then confirm that the new time has been set. The thermoprobe measures the inside temperature of the food being roasted.
You should be present when the cooking finishes as the roast is just right for serving. If you leave the roast in the oven, it will continue to cook with the heat inside the oven and the result will not be as ideal. To set this function, connect the thermoprobe. Touch . This will light up in red. Slow cooking Cooking at low temperatures leaves the meat especially tender, even though it takes longer to cook. The meat can be ready to eat longer without drying out.
Suggested settings for slow cooking Meat type Weight Sealing (mins) Cooking time (mins) Temperature (ºC) Pork Steak Pork fillet Ham Chops Spareribs 400-600g 5 60-90 80 800-1,000g 7 90-105 80 1,000-1,500g 10-12 230-250 80 800-1,000g 8-10 120-140 80 1,000-1,500g 10-12 120-150 80 Beef Steak Rib steak Roast beef 700-1,200g 5-9 100-140 80 1,500-1,800g 10-12 150-180 80 700-1,800g 10-12 120-180 70 Silverside, beef knuckle 1,500-2,000g 10-12 200-230 80 Skirt steak 1,500-
Baking with cooking settings If baking a small round pizza, put the tray in the oven to preheat too. – Roll out the dough, place it on the oven tray and shape an edge. Hot air Preheating is not required – you can bake different things on different – Cover the dough with the topping of your choice but do so quickly so that the dough does not become too moist. levels at the same time. – Small pizzas: place the pizza bases on the preheated tray.
Suggested baking settings The values for the modes that should preferentially be used are highlighted.
2. Turn the function selector to select Grilling either HI or LO defrost function. Next press the function selector. Grill with the oven door closed only. Select heating mode 3. You will then hear 2 beeps confirming your setting. . When defrosting, remember: Set the temperature to 250°C. In the case of large cuts, it is better to select a temperature between 200 and 250°C so that the meat does not burn.
Select Pizza Mode Cleaning and care . Only use fresh produce and prepare according to the usual recipes. Please read this chapter before using the appliance for the first time. If it Make no more than 6 jars holding 1 litre each. Use the same size jars. Fill them to ¾ their capacity with the same is cleaned properly and regularly cared for, the oven should stay beautiful and as good as new for many years. Here is a series of instructions that content.
Do not scratch with the corners Door glass of the scraper and be careful not to damage the gaskets with the Inside of the door-glass finishing scraper. Avoid using oven spray because regularly use may destroy the glass finish. Using an oven spray - instructions A scraper is suitable for removing stubborn dirt. For a thorough clean we recommend VSR 0-FIX-C or window cleaner. Always read the manufacturer’s instructions. Oven spray can damage aluminium, varnished and plastic surfaces.
Attaching the oven door. Folding the heating element down/away – Hold the oven door with both hands and insert the hinges in the corresponding slots. The hinge should fit snugly. • Using both hands, push the grill element (A) until releasing it from the – Slowly open the door fully. A two upper rods. • Rotate the element and clean the top of the oven. • Finally, place the grill element back in its original position. – Again lower the supports on the door hinges.
Assistance in the event of malfunction Maintenance Changing the oven light Repairs must only be carried out by an authorised professional. You may be able to solve some malfunctions yourself. First check if there Caution The halogen lamps become very hot when they are on for a has been a problem with the way it is being used. Repairs during the guarantee period are not exempt from costs in the case of an error in long period of time. Only change the lamps when they are cold.
Changing the door gasket Do not use the oven without a gasket or with a damaged one. If the gasket is damaged or can no longer be cleaned, it must be changed. A new gasket can be purchased from the KÜPPERSBUSCH After-Sales Service. Assembly instructions for technical personnel Only KÜPPERSBUSCH hobs have been manufactured and tested for use over a KÜPPERSBUSCH oven. Do not use other hobs.
Assembly in kitchen unit Assembly of oven in kitchen unit – Insert the plug into the socket. – Fully insert the oven into the cupboard unit. Take care not to trap the cable of the appliance. Securing the oven to the kitchen unit – Open the oven door. Use the screws provided to secure the appliance to the unit inclining the screws from the inside to outside. 50 EEB 9850.
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