Smeg Built-in Microwave Oven Manuel de l'utilisateur

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Table of contents
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER: these specify usage
recommendations, and describe the commands and the correct
cleaning and maintenance operations for the appliance
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER: these are intended for the
qualified technician who will carry out the installation, operation and
testing of the appliance
1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE .............................................. 4
2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................ 5
3. INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISPOSAL – OUR
ENVIRONMENTAL CARE................................................ 6
4. GET TO KNOW YOUR OVEN .......................................... 7
5. BEFORE INSTALLATION................................................. 7
6. AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES ............................................ 8
7. USING THE OVEN ........................................................... 9
8. COOKING WITH THE OVEN ......................................... 20
9. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE.................................. 29
10. EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE.............................. 31
11. INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE...................................... 35
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3Table of contentsINSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER: these specify usagerecommendations, and describe the commands and the correctcleaning and maintenance ope

Page 2 - General instructions

12Instructions for the user7.4 Operating modesThis appliance is programmed to provide 3 operating settings, which canbe modified by pressing PT2.STAND

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13Instructions for the user7.6.1 Cooking with preset temperatureAfter selection of the function required, the oven will start the cookingprocedure at

Page 4 - Instructions for disposal

14Instructions for the user7.7 Programmed cooking procedures7.7.1 Semiautomatic cookingSemiautomatic cooking is the function which allows a cooking op

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15Instructions for the userAfter setting the duration, press PT1 once.The symbol and the current time will appear on the display.Turning PT1 to the

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16Instructions for the user7.8 Selecting a recipeThe oven has 9 preset recipes and 3 memories; a recipe is a set offunction, temperature and cooking t

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17Instructions for the user7.8.3 Selecting a recipe permanentlyThe oven has 9 preset recipes (see “Table of predefined recipes:” atpage 18), and 3 to

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18Instructions for the user7.9 Table of predefined recipes:Class Type Qty. Temp.(°C)Cooking duration (min.)Funct. RunnerBeef Roast-beef0.7 Kg 200 301

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19Instructions for the user7.10 Secondary menuThis appliance also has a concealed "secondary menu" allowing the userto:1 Activate or deactiv

Page 10 - Instructions for the user

20Instructions for the user8. COOKING WITH THE OVENECO:Using the grill and the bottom heating element plusthe fan is particularly suitable for cooking

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21Instructions for the userVENTILATED STATIC:The operation of the fan combined with traditionalcooking, ensures uniform cooking even with complexrecip

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4General instructions1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USETHIS MANUAL IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE APPLIANCE. IT MUST BE KEPTIN ITS ENTIRETY AND IN AN ACCESSIBLE PLAC

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22Instructions for the userTHAWING:Rapid thawing is helped by switching on the fanprovided and the top heating element that ensureuniform distribution

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23Instructions for the user8.1 COOKING HINTS AND TIPSHINTS ON USING THE ACCESSORIES:• Use only SMEG original trays.• When the tray is in the oven, t

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24Instructions for the userCOOKING HINTS FOR MEAT:• Cooking times, especially meat, vary according to thethickness and quality of the food and to con

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25Instructions for the userHINTS FOR THAWING AND PROVING: • We recommend positioning frozen foods in a lidlesscontainer on the first runner of the o

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26Instructions for the user8.2 Cooking tables:The times indicated in the following tables do not include the preheatingtimes and are approximate. Alwa

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27Instructions for the userFISHSALMON TROUTBottom – ventilated circular2 150 - 160 35 - 40PIZZA Ventilated static 1 250 - 280 6 - 10BREAD Circular 2 1

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28Instructions for the userROTISSERIE COOKING Prepare the rotisserie rod with the food, tightening the screws A of theprongs. Fit the fr

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29Instructions for the user9. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCEBefore performing any operations requiring access to powered parts,switch off the power supply t

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30Instructions for the user9.4 Cleaning the inside of the ovenFor best oven upkeep clean regularly after having allowed to cool. Takeout all removable

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31Instructions for the user10. EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCEThe oven may require extraordinary maintenance or replacement of partssubject to wear such as

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5General instructions2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSREFER TO THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SAFETYREGULATIONS FOR ELECTRIC OR GAS APPLIANCES AND VENTILA

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32Instructions for the user10.2.2 Removing doors with pinsOpen the door completely and insert the pins (supplied) into the holes from theinside. Close

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33Instructions for the userRemoving the internal glass:• Remove the internal glass paneby pulling it towards you,following the movementindicated by t

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34Instructions for the user10.5 What to do if.The oven display is full off • Check the mains power supply.• Check whether an omnipolar switchupstream

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35Instructions for the installer11. INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE11.1 Electrical connectionThe I.D. plate with technical data, registration number and bran

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36Instructions for the installer11.2 Positioning the oven The oven is designed for mounting into any piece of furniture as long as itis heat-resistant

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37Instructions for the installerIt is recommended to install the oven with the help of a second person.WARNING: When the oven has been extracted from

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6Instructions for disposal3. INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISPOSAL – OURENVIRONMENTAL CAREOur product's packing is made of non-polluting materials, therefore

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7Instructions for the user4. GET TO KNOW YOUR OVEN5. BEFORE INSTALLATIONControl panelRoof linerOven lightShelf and trayrunnersTemperature sensorOven f

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8Instructions for the user6. AVAILABLE ACCESSORIESGrill: useful for holding cooking containers.Tray grid: for placing on top of a tray for cookingfood

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9Instructions for the user7. USING THE OVEN7.1 General Description7.1.1 Oven racksThe oven features 4 runners for positioning traysand grills at diffe

Page 34 - 11.2 Positioning the oven

10Instructions for the user7.3 Description of the controls on the front panelAll the appliance's control and monitoring devices are placed togeth

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11Instructions for the userTemperatureDisplay DSP2This display shows the preset temperaturefor the function required, or the temperatureset by the use

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