Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 8910 Whirlpool
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User and main tenance manual Manual del usuario y de mantenimien to Manuale d’uso e manutenzione Manual do utilizador e manutenção EN IT AKZM 8910 .
EN1 Y OUR SAFETY AND THA T OF O THERS IS P AR AMOUNT This manual and the appliance itself provide important saf ety warnings, to be read and observed at all times. All safety warnings give specific d etails of the potential risk present and indicate how to reduce risk of injury, damage and electric shock resulting from improper use of th e appliance.
EN2 - Do not touch the appliance with an y wet par t of the body and do not operate it when baref oot. - This appliance is designed solely f or use as a domestic appliance for cook ing f ood. No other type of use is permitted (e.g .: heating rooms).
EN3 - O v erheated oils and fats catch fir e easily . Alway s remain vigilan t when cooking foods rich in fat and oil. - Never lea ve the appliance unattended during f ood dr ying . - If alcoholic beverages ar e used when cook ing f oods (e.g . rum, cognac, wine), r emember that a lcohol e vaporates at h igh temperatures .
EN4 After unpacking the oven, make sure that it has not been damaged duri ng transport and that the oven door closes properly. In the event of problems, contact the dealer or your nearest Af ter-sales Service. To prevent any damage, only remove the oven from its polystyrene fo am base at the time of installation.
EN5 GENERAL RECO MMENDA TIONS Bef ore use : - Remove protective card board pieces , pr otective film and adhesive labels from ac cessories, induction plate and cooking vessel. - Remove the ac cessories from the ov en. Position the induction plate at the third lev el and plug it in.
EN6 Energy sa ving - Only pre -heat the ov en if specif ied in the cook ing table or your recipe . Induc tion functions do not require pr e -heating. - When cooking using induction mode, use the supplied cooking vessel which is designed to maximize energy saving .
EN7 Ov en e xte rio r IMPORTANT: do not use corrosive or abrasive detergents. If any of these products accidentally comes into contact with the appliance, clea n immediately with a da mp Microfibre cloth. • Clean the sur faces w ith a damp Micr ofibr e cloth.
EN8 T o refit the do or: 1. Inser t the hinges in their seats. 2. Open the door fully . 3. Lo wer the two catches . 4. Close the door . REMOVING THE SIDE GRILLES The accessory-holder grilles are eq uipped with two fixing screws (fig. 1) for op timum stability.
EN9 REPLA CING THE O VEN LAMP To replace the rear lamp (if present): 1. Disconnect the ov en from the po wer supply . 2. Unscrew the lamp cov er (F ig. 7), replace the lamp (see note for lamp type) and scr ew the lamp cover back on. 3. Reconnect the oven to the power supply .
EN16 FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTION, SEE THE PARAGRAPH ON INSTALLATION The induction oven is equipped with an electrical socket on the rear wall of the oven to supply power to the heating element inside the in duction plate when plugged in. The induction plate is des igned to work together wi th the induction cooking vessel supplied with the oven.
EN17 A C CESSORIES NOT SUPPLIED Other accessories can be purchased separately from the Af ter-sales Service. INSERTING WIRE SHEL VES AND OT HER A C CESSORIES IN THE OVEN WIRE SHEL VES AND O THER AC CESSORIES: The wire shelf and other accessories are provided with a locking mechan ism to prevent their accidental removal.
EN16 REMOV AL OF THE C OOKING VESSEL AND INDUC TION PLA TE REMOVING THE C OOKING VESSEL: IMPORTANT: The induction cooking vessel can become extremely hot. Al ways use oven gl oves to touch and move it. 1. Using both hands, gr asp the front handle an d par tially remo ve the cooking vessel (F ig .
EN17 LIST OF FUNCTIONS After switching on the ov en, press the symbol and the display wi ll show th e following indication. Press any key to skip the message. NOTE: The induction first alert can be disabl ed/enabled through the Settings Menu. If the induction plate is al ready properly engaged, when oven is swit ched on, the inductio n first alert will not be shown.
EN16 2. T o browse the various possibiliti es, pr ess buttons : the selectab le function is highlighted in white in the centre of the screen. N.B.:for the list and description of functions, see the specific table at page18 and at page23.
EN17 2. Confirm by pr essing : the setting s are displayed on the scr een. 3. If the proposed temperature is that desir ed, press , other wise proc eed as described in previous paragraphs to change it. An aco ustic sig nal will sound when the oven has reached the set tempera ture.
EN16 TIMER This function can be used only with the oven switched off and is useful, for exa mple, for monitoring the cooking time of pasta. The maximum time which can be set is 1 hour 30 minutes. 1. With the o ven switched off , press button : the display will show “00:00:00” .
EN17 1. Select I nduction F unctions using b uttons and confirm with , or press . 2. Select the food category to be cooked from the proposed list and confirm using . 3. Acc ording to food ca tegor y , fur ther subcategor y an d/or food w eight may be selected by scrolling the sub menu with and confirmed with .
EN16 FUNC TION DESCRIPTION T ABLE MAIN MENU SET TINGS Setting the display (language, time , br ightness, v olume of acoustic signal, energy saving function). RECIPES Selecting 30 different pre -set rec ipes (see enclosed recipe booklet). The ov en automatically sets the optimu m cooking temperature , function and time.
EN17 SPECIALS DEFROST T o speed up defrosting of food. Plac e food on the middle shelf . Leav e food in its packaging in order to pr even t it from drying out on the outside. KEEP W ARM F or keeping just-cooked food hot and cris p (e.g: meat, fried food or flans).
EN16 INDUCTION FUNC TIONS FOOD TY PES Roast ed Meat Roast beef 4 steps: from 0.6 to 2 kg The function automa tically selects the ideal cooking temperature and mode for differ ent weight cat egories (see oven displa y). It is possible to r oast any type of meat (e.
EN17 FINISHING To p F inishing Low gr ill These functions are ideal for finishing an y dish that requir es a grill or gratin cooking mode. Using three diff erent lev el of grill, it is possible to control the pow er or speed of this cooking mode.
EN16 * At the beginning of the cooking cycle, an indicative time is dis played. The cooking time may be modified in order to suit personal preferences and for different kinds of meat/fish. Fo r Roasted meat – Roast Beef the indicated cooking time refers to the time taken to cook the roast beef rare.
EN17 C OOKING T ABLE Recipe Fu n c t i o n Pre - heating Shelf (f rom botto m) Te m p . (°C) Ti me (min) Ac cessories and notes Leave ne d ca kes - 2/3 160-180 30-90 Cak e tin on rack - 1-4 1.
EN16 Savoury pies (vegetable pie , quiche lorraine) - 3 180-190 40-55 Cake tin on rack - 1-4 180-190 45-70 Level 4: cake tin on rack Lev el 1: cake tin on rack - 1-3-5 180-190 45-70* Lev el 5: cake tin on rack Lev el 3: cake tin on rack Lev el 1: drip-tray or baking tray + cake tin V ols-au-vent / Puff pastry savouries - 3 190-200 20-30 Drip-tray or bak ing tray - 1-4 180-190 20-40 Lev el 4: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip-tray or baking tray - 1-3-5 180-190 20-40* Lev el 5: pan on rack Lev el 3: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip-tray or baking tray Lasagna / Baked pasta / Cannelloni / Fla n s - 3 190-200 45-55 Pa n o n ra c k Lamb / V eal / B eef / P ork 1 Kg - 3 190-200 80-110 Drip-tray or pan on rack Chicken / Rabbit / Duck 1 Kg - 3 200-230 50-100 Drip-tray or pan on rack T urke y / Goose 3 Kg - 2 190-200 80-130 Drip-tray or pan on rack Baked fish / en papil- lote (fillet, whole) - 3 180-200 40-60 Drip-tray or pan on rack Stuffed v egetables (tomatoes , cour- gettes, aubergines) - 2 180-200 50-60 Pa n o n ra c k To a s t - 5 Hig h 3-6 Rack F ish fillets / steaks - 4 Medium 20-30 Lev el 4: rack (turn food halfway through c ook ing) Lev el 3: drip-tray with water Sausages / Kebabs / Spare ribs / Hamburgers - 5 Medium- Hig h 15-30 Lev el 5: rack (turn food halfway through c ook ing) Lev el 4: drip-tray with water Roast chicken 1-1.
EN17 * Cooking time is approxima te. Food can be removed fr om the oven at different times depending on personal preference. Baked pota toes - 3 Medium 45-55 Dr ip-t ray or b ak ing tray (t urn food two thir ds of the way through cooking if necessar y) V egetables au gratin - 3 Hig h 10-15 P an on rack Lasagna & Meat - 1-4 200 50-100* Lev el 4: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip -tray or pan on rack Meat & P otatoes - 1-4 200 45-100* Lev el 4: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip -tray or pan on rack F ish & V egetables - 1-4 180 30-50* Lev el 4: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip -tray or pan on rack Complete meal: Ta r t ( L e v e l 5 ) / Lasagna (Lev el 3) / Meat (Leve l 1) - 1-3-5 190 40-120* Lev el 5: pan on rack Lev el 3: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip -tray or pan on rack F roz en pizza - 3 Auto 10-15 D rip -tray / bak ing tray or rack - 1-4 Au to 15-20 Lev el 4: pan on rack Lev el 1: drip-tray or bak ing tray - 1-3-5 Auto 20-30 Lev el 5: pan on rack Lev el 3: drip-tray or bak ing tray Lev el 1: pan on rack - 1-3-4-5 Auto 20-30 Lev el 5: pan on rack Lev el 4: drip-tray or bak ing tray Lev el 3: drip-tray or bak ing tray Lev el 1: pan on rack F illed roast meats - 3 200 80-120* Drip-tray or pan on rack Meat cuts (r abbit, chicken, lamb) - 3 200 50-100* Drip -tray or pan on rack Recipe Fu n c t i o n Pre - heating Shelf (f rom botto m) Te m p .
EN16 TESTED RECIPES in compliance with IEC 50304/60350:2009-03 and DIN 3360-12:07:07 The cooking table advises the ideal fu nction and temperature to ensure the best results with a ll recipes. If you wish to cook on one shelf only using the fan-assi sted function, place food on the third shelf and select the temperature recommended fo r the “FORCED AIR” function on more than one shelf.
EN17 How to r ead the cooking table The table indicates the best function to use for any given food, to be c ooked on one or more shelves at the same time. Cooking times start from the moment food is placed in the oven, exc luding pre-heating (where required).
EN16 - When using the roast Meat and whole r oast Chicken functions, the meat does not need to be turned over . - F or the “Roast beef ” func tion: after cooking fo r 15 minutes it is rec omme nded that the meat is turned to achiev e even surface brow ning .
Whirlpool is a registered tr ademark of Whirlpool, USA IT ES Printed in Italy 03/2013 5019 300 00679A GB PT .
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