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AEG 49190GO-MN
EN User manual
Pro Tex

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    AEG 49190GO-MN EN User manual Pro Tex...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    7. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS .................25 FOR PERFECT RESULT Thank you for choosing this AEG product. We have created it to give you impeccable performance for many years, with innovative technologies that help make life simple- features you might not find on ordinary appliances. Please a few minutes reading to get the very best from it.

  • Page 3: Safety Information

    ENGLISH 1. SAFETY INFORMATION You have purchased one of our because they are a potential hazard products for which we thank you. We source. All packaging materials used are confident that this new appliance, are environmentally-friendly and modern, functional and practical, made recyclable.

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    • Young children should be supervised • Never use sponges or abrasive to ensure that they not play with the products, and solvents to remove appliance. stains or adhesives on the painted or stainless steel surfaces. • This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and •...

  • Page 5: Product Description

    ENGLISH off the electrical supply and do • Building Standards (issued by the not tamper with it. All repairs or Scottish Development Department). adjustments must be carried out • IEE Wiring Regulations. with maximum care and the proper • Electricity At Work Regulations. attention of an authorised person.

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    = Bottom heating element and fan on = Rear heating element and fan on = Grill heating element on = Grill heating element and fan on fig. 2 Gas burner knob (fig.3) By rotating the knob in an anticlockwise...

  • Page 7: Electronic Programmer

    ENGLISH If time is selected while a automatic cooking program is running, this is deleted. Program selection Keep pressed for some seconds MODE button and pressing it in turns, the following programs are selected: 1. Minute Minder The time turns off, the symbol turns on and with + and - buttons is possible to select the time alarm.

  • Page 8: Operation

    Changing/Clearing programs function to be changed. The adjustment Each program can be cleared keeping can be done with + and - buttons. pressed for some seconds simultaneously Is it possible to check whenever the + and - buttons. Symbol “A” turns off.

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    ENGLISH • For good results during cooking, we strongly recommend not to cover Defrosting + warm up by hot air the base of the oven or the grill with Turn the selector knob to the symbol aluminium foil or other materials. and adjust the thermostat knob to the •...

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    • And if the cake sinks? The next whole fish and poultry. time use less liquids or lower the temperature 10°C. When you use the grill, do not forget to place the drip pan beneath it to collect •...

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    ENGLISH • If your roast is too dark on top or Slide it in one of the levels underneath the grill or place it at the bottom of underneath: the next time put it on the oven. Always pour a little water in a higher or lower shelf, lower the the drip pan.

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    Cooking/baking timetable: Left oven cavity Cooking by Cooking by Position of natural convection forced convection (with fan) Weight the oven Foods Cooking Cooking shelf from Temperature Temperature time in time in the bottom in °c in °c minutes minutes...

  • Page 13: Cleaning And Maintenance

    ENGLISH Grilling timetable Cooking by Cooking by natural convection forced convection (with fan) Position of Cooking Time Cooking Weight the oven Foods in minutes Time in shelf from Temperature Temperature minutes the bottom in °C in °C side side side side MEAT T-bone steak...

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    How to clean the inner oven lenght 30 mm) in the hole (F) of the hinge (fig. 6). door glass • Partially close the door, forcing it One of the features of our cookers is that upwards at the same time to free the inner oven door glass can be easily stop tooth and hinge sector.

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    ENGLISH If you have any doubts do not use with the prescriptions of the standards the appliance and call in a qualified in force. person. • Some parts mounted on the appliance are protected by a plastic film. This protection must be removed before using the appliance.

  • Page 16: Troubleshooting

    4. TROUBLESHOOTING Some problems can be caused either as the results of simple maintenance operations or by incorrect selection of settings. Prior to contacting a Service Centre please check the following chart. Problem Remedy The appliance is not •...

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    ENGLISH If you have any doubts do not use with the prescriptions of the standards the appliance and call in a qualified in force. person. • Some parts mounted on the appliance are protected by a plastic film. This protection must be removed before using the appliance.

  • Page 18: Positioning The Cooker

    A label on the back of this handbook check that the appliance is in perfect condition. and at the back of the cooker gives the appliance adjustment conditions, Positioning the cooker that is, the type of gas and operating The appliances are fitted with the pressure.

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    ENGLISH 5.3 Securing the cooker to wall Attention! If the appliance is going to be recessed (class 2 subclass 1), Note:- The installation of the chain connect it to the gas supply source provided is for safety reasons, it must using only flexible stainless steel, be installed as indicated below.

  • Page 20: Electrical Connection

    5.4 Electrical connection • Remove the rear panel from the cooker. The electrical connection must be • Move the connecting plates in the carried out in accordance with the terminal board fig.7, following the current standards and laws in force.

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    ENGLISH 5.5 Adjustments • All seal must be replaced by the technician following any adjustment or regulation. • The adjustment of the reduce rate (simmer) must be undertaken only with burners functioning on natural gas while in the case of burners functioning on L.P.G, the screw must be locked down fully (in clockwise direction).

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    5.5 Adjustments back part and unscrew the screws (fig.13) in order to free the taps. • Always disconnect the appliance from • Change seal each time a tap is the electricity supply before making any adjustment.All gas taps are male replaced.

  • Page 23: Technical Information

    ENGLISH follow all the instructions given in the Changing the flexible gas hose “Electrical connection” paragraph. In order to guarantee that the gas hose is • To change the oven lamp see the always in excellent condition we strongly instructions given “Replacing the oven recommend changing it on the date you lamp”...

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    Burner disposition and hob burner technical data table Diameter Operating Burners Rate injector Heat input By-pass pressure gas Sabaf Denomination mbar 1/100 mm 1/100 mm GPL 30 1350 3250 Ultrarapid Natural gas 20 124-Y 1350 3250 GPL 30 3000...

  • Page 25: Environment Concerns

    ENGLISH 7. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS The appliance was designed and made environmentally friendly disposal helps in accordance with the European reduce possible negative effects on standards listed below: the environment and health, and also enables the materials making up the => EN 30-1-1, EN 30-2-1 and EN 437 plus product to be recycled.

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