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Avec ce mode d'emploi DÅTID OV8 de l'enseigne Ikea, vous comprendrez mieux le fonctionnement de ce four électrique. Notice d'instruction en allemand, anglais, français et italien.

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Table of contents Safety information4 Whatto do if...17 Product description6 Technicaldata 18 Control panel7 Installation19 Daily use7 Electricalconnection 21 Cooking tables10 Environmentalconcerns 21 Cleaning and maintenance14 IKEAGUARANTEE 22 Safety Information Your safety and that of others are very- Thepower cable must be long enough important forconnecting the appliance, once This manual and the appliance itself providefitted in its housing, to the power supply important safety warnings, to be read andsocket. observed at all times.- Forinstallation to comply with current This is the danger symbol, pertaining tosafety regulations, an all-pole safety, which alerts users to potentialdisconnect switch with minimum contact risks to themselves and others.gap of 3 mm must be utilized. All safety warnings are preceded by the- Donot use multiple plug adapters or danger symbol and the following terms:extension leads. DANGER!not pull the power supply cable inIndicates a hazardous- Do situation which, if not avoided, willorder to unplug the appliance. cause serious injury.- Theelectrical components must not be WARNING!Indicates a hazardousaccessible to the user after installation. situation which, if not avoided, could- Donot touch the appliance with any wet cause serious injury.part of the body and do not operate it when barefoot. All safety warnings give specific details of - Thisappliance is designed solely the potential risk present and indicate how for use as a domestic appliance for to reduce risk of injury, damage and electric cooking food. No other type of use is shock resulting from improper use of the permitted (e.g.: heating rooms). The appliance. Carefully observe the following Manufacturer declines all responsibility instructions: for inappropriate use or incorrect setting - Theappliance must be disconnected of the controls. from the power supply before carrying - Theappliance is not intended for use out any installation work. by persons (including children) with any - Electricalinstallation and maintenance physical, sensory or mental impairment, must be carried out by a qualified or without experience and knowledge technician, in compliance with the of the appliance, unless supervised or manufacturer’s instructions and local previously instructed in its use by those safety regulations. Do not repair or responsible for their safety. replace any part of the appliance unless - Theaccessible parts of the appliance specifically stated in the user manual. may become very hot during use. Young - Regulationsrequire that the appliance is children should be kept away from the earthed. appliance and supervised to ensure that they do not play with it.
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- Duringand after use, do not touch theScrapping of household appliances heating elements or interior surfaces- Thisappliance is manufactured with of the appliance - risk of burns. Do notrecyclable or reusable materials. allow the appliance to come into contactDispose of it in accordance with local with cloths or other flammable materialswaste disposal regulations. Before until all the components have cooledscrapping, cut off the power supply sufficiently.cable. - Atthe end of cooking, exercise- Forfurther information on the treatment, caution when opening the appliancerecovery and recycling of household door, letting the hot air or steam exitelectrical appliances, contact your gradually before accessing the oven.competent local authority, the collection When the appliance door is shut, hot airservice for household waste or the store is vented from the aperture above thewhere you purchased the appliance. control panel. Do not obstruct the vent apertures. - Useoven gloves to remove pans and accessories, taking care not to touch the heating elements. -Do not place flammable materials in or near the appliance: a fire may break out if the appliance is inadvertently switched on. - Donot heat or cook sealed jars or containers in the appliance. The pressure that builds up inside might cause the jar to explode, damaging the appliance. - Donot use containers made of synthetic materials. -Overheated oils and fats catch fire easily. Always remain vigilant when cooking foods rich in fat and oil. - Neverleave the appliance unattended during food drying. - Ifalcoholic beverages are used when cooking foods (e.g. rum, cognac, wine), remember that alcohol evaporates at high temperatures. As a result, there is a risk that vapours released by the alcohol may catch fire upon coming into contact with the electrical heating element.
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1  Control panel 2  Cooling fan (not visible) 3  Top heating element 4  Grill element (can be lowered) 5  Rear oven lamp Accessories Baking trayWire Shelf
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6  Circular heating element 7  Fan 8  Bottom heating element (not visible) 9  Oven cool door
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Control panel
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1  Function selector knob 2  Analog clock
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3  Thermostat knob 4  Thermostat indicator light (red)
Daily use Analog clock The analog clock allows: 1. Viewingthe time of the day. To adjust D the time of the day press button (B) and turn it anti-clockwise to set the time. 2. Programmingthe cooking start time. The maximum programmed cooking start time is 12 hours. 3. Programmingthe duration of the C cooking process. Select the cooking time (available with any function) to turn the oven on for a specified period of time. At the end of the specified time the oven will switch off automatically. The minimum programmed cooking time is 5 minutes and the maximum programmed cooking time is 180 minutes.
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Switching on the oven Manual cooking 1. Turnthe button (B) anti-clockwise (without pressing), until the symbol is displayed in the window. 2. Pressthe button (A) and turn it anti-clockwise until the triangle (D)upoints to the time shown on the clock (hour hand). The button clicks when turned to the proper position. 3. Turnthe selector knob to the required symbol. The oven light switches on. 4. Turnthe thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. The red thermostat indicator light switches on. 5. Atthe end of cooking, turn the knobs to OFF (0 - •) because in manual mode the oven will NOT switch off automatically. Manual cooking with cooking start time 1. Turnthe button (B) anti-clockwise (without pressing), until the symbol is displayed in the window. 2. Pressthe button (A) and turn it anti-clockwise until the triangle (D)upoints to the time at which cooking is to start (e.g. in figure: 11:30). 3. Turnthe selector knob to the required symbol. 4. Turnthe thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. 5. Atthe end of cooking, turn the knobs to OFF (0 - •) because in manual mode the oven will NOT switch off automatically. Programmed cooking with cooking start time and cooking duration 1. Turnthe button (B) anti-clockwise (without pressing) until the required cooking duration is displayed in the window (C) (5-180 min.). 2. Pressthe button (A) and turn it anti-clockwise until the triangle (D)upoints to the time at which cooking is to start (e.g. in figure: 11:30).
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3. Turnthe selector knob to the required symbol. 4. Turnthe thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. 5. Atthe end of the set cooking time an acoustic signal will sound and the oven will switch off automatically. To exclude the acoustic signal, turn the button (B) anti-clockwise (without pressing) until the symbol isdisplayed in the window. 6. Atthe end of the set cooking time, cooking may be prolonged by following the instructions given above, or by using the manual cooking procedure. Programmed cooking with cooking duration 1. Turnthe button (B) anti-clockwise (without pressing) until the required cooking duration is displayed in the window (C) (5-180 min.). 2. Pressthe button (A) and turn it anti-clockwise until the triangle (D)upoints to the time shown on the clock (hour hand). The button clicks when turned to the proper position. 3. Turnthe selector knob to the required symbol. The oven light switches on. 4. Turnthe thermostat knob clockwise to the required temperature. The red thermostat indicator light switches on. 5. Atthe end of the set cooking time an acoustic signal will sound and the oven will switch off automatically. To exclude the acoustic signal, turn the button (B) anti-clockwise (without pressing) until the symbol isdisplayed in the window. 6. Atthe end of the set cooking time, cooking may be prolonged by following the instructions given above, or by using the manual cooking procedure.
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Oven Functions table Function OVEN OFF 0 LAMP
Description of function -
To switch on the oven light.
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TOP ANDTo cook meat, fish and poultry in the oven. BOTTOMPreheat the oven to the required cooking temperature and place HEATINGthe food inside as soon as the red thermostat light turns off. It is advisable to use the second or third level PASTRYTo cook on max. two levels. If necessary, switch the position of the dishes in the oven for optimum cooking performance. It is not necessary to preheat the oven (except for pizzas and focaccias). GRILLUse the grill function to cook sirloin steaks, kebabs, sausages, vegetables au gratin and for making toast. Preheat the oven for 3/5 min. During cooking the door must remain closed. When cooking meat, to avoid spatters of fat and smoke, pour a little water into the drip tray. It is advisable to turn the food during cooking. TURBO GRILLThis function is ideal for cooking large pieces of meat (roast beef, roast joints). During cooking the door must remain closed. When cooking meat, to avoid spatters of fat and smoke, pour a little water into the drip tray. Turn the meat during grilling. DEFROSTIdeal for thawing frozen food at room temperature. The food should be placed in the oven in its wrapping to prevent it from drying out.
BOTTOM HEATING + FORCED AIR FORCED AIR
BOTTOM HEATING
To cook on one level (e.g.: fruit, cakes, timbales, vegetables, pizza, poultry).
To cook (without preheating) foods that require the same cooking temperature on one or more levels (e.g.: fish, vegetables, sweets), without transferring odours from one foodstuff to the other.
Use this function: -To finish cooking fruit or cheese cakes. - Tothicken sauces. Use this function for the last 10/15 minutes of cooking time.
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Cooking tables Recipe FunctionPreheating Level(from theTemperature Cookingtime bottom) (°C)(min) MEAT Lamb, Kid, MuttonX 2200 90-100 X 2200 100-110 X 2200 100-110 Veal, Beef, PorkX 2200 90-100 X 2200 90-110 X 2200 90-110 Chicken, Rabbit,X 2200 70-80 Duck - 2190 70-80 X 2200 70-80 Turkey X2 210160-180 (3-5 kg) X 2200 170-180 X 2200 170-180 Goose X2 210100-130 (2 kg) X 2200 100-130 X 2200 100-130 FISH Gilt-head, Bass,X 2200 60-80 Tuna, Salmon, Cod - 2190 60-80 (1 kg) X 2190 60-80 Sword fish, TunaX 2190 50-60 (<1 kg - cutlets) - 2190 50-60 X 2190 50-60
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Recipe FunctionPreheating Level(from theTemperature Cookingtime bottom) (°C)(min) VEGETABLES Peppers, X2 19050-60 tomatoes, roast - 2190 50-60 potatoes X 2190 50-60 SWEETS, PASTRIES, ETC Raising cakesX 2180 40-50 X 2180 40-50 X 2180 40-50 Filled piesX 2190 60-90 (with cheese) - 2180 60-90 - 2180 60-90 Tarts X2 19040-50 X 2180 40-50 X 2180 40-50 Apple strudel,X 2200 50-60 crèpes X 1-3190 50-60 X 2190 50-60 Biscuits, spongeX 2180 20-30 rings, shortbread X 1-3180 30-40 X 2180 30-40 Choux buns, sweetX 2180 35-45 sponge rolls X 1-3180 35-45 X 2180 35-45 Savoury pies,X 2200 50-60 filled fruit pies, e.g. Pineapple,X 2190 45-55 Peach X 2190 44-55