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AEG 37699MO-MN
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    AEG 37699MO-MN EN User manual COOKER...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    8. AEG WARRANTY ......................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 foam, nails, etc.) must not be products for which we thank you. We left within easy reach of children are confident that this new appliance, because they are a potential hazard modern, functional and practical, made source.

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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: For Your Safety

    ENGLISH Important information for the • In the case of a failure or malfunction, user turn the appliance off and switch off the electrical supply and do This appliance may only be installed by not tamper with it. All repairs or a registered SAQCC Gas installer.

  • Page 6: Product Description

    2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 2.1 Presentation The cooker can be fitted with a gas hob Each knob on the front panel has a diagram printed above it showing to which burner it refers. The combination of the different sized burners offers the possibility of various types of cooking.

  • Page 7: Electronic Programmer

    ENGLISH Electronic programmer = Bottom heating element and fan on = Rear heating element and fan on = Grill heating element on = Grill heating element and fan on The programmer can select the following functions: - Clock - Minute counter - Cooking time fig.4 - End of cooking...

  • Page 8: Operation

    Manual operation Minute counter (from 0.01 to 0.59 = hh,mm) Manual operation is only possible when the automatic programming has finished Press push button 1 and select cooking or after having cancelled it by pressing time with push button 5 or 6. The push button 4.

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    ENGLISH 3. OPERATION 3.1Hob: general notes on safety When a gas cooker is being used it produces heat and humidity in the room where it is installed. For this reason the room must be well ventilated, keeping the natural ventilation openings free and switching on the mechanical aeration system (suction hood or electric fan, see “Ventilation”...

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    Add more water during function is particularly recommended to defrost and warm up ready-made meals. grilling to compensate for evaporation. After using the appliance ensure that all the controls are in the off position. Fan forced cooking...

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    ENGLISH balanced to prevent straining the • If the cake will not come out of the tin: slide a knife around the edges, place a motor. damp cloth over the cake and turn the • Rest the spit on the support tin upside down.

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    Cooking/baking timetable 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 MEAT LOAFS Roasted Veal...

  • 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...

  • Page 14: Door Glass

    How to clean the inner oven • Partially close the door, forcing it upwards at the same time to free door glass stop tooth and hinge sector. One of the features of our cookers is that • Once the hinge is free, pull the door...

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    ENGLISH Oven seal • Extract the side grids as indicated in the previous paragraph. The oven seal guarantees the correct • Remove both side panels (fig.10). functioning of the oven. We recommend • Remove back panel by unscrewing you: respective locking screws (fig.11).

  • 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

    Positioning the cooker that is, the type of gas and operating pressure. The appliances are fitted with the When the final connection has been following parts to enable them to be made, it is essential that a thorough correctly positioned: leak test is carried out on the cooker •...

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    ENGLISH 5.3 Securing the cooker to wall Attention! If the appliance is going to be installed free-standing Note:- The installation of the chain (class 1) and if you use the flexible provided is for safety reasons, it must rubber hose, it is necessary to be installed as indicated below.

  • Page 20: Electrical Connection

    5.4 Electrical connection 5.5 Adjustments The electrical connection must be • All seal must be replaced by the carried out in accordance with the technician following any adjustment current standards and laws in force. or regulation. Before connecting check that: •...

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    ENGLISH 5.7 Maintenance Prior to any maintenance work or changing parts, disconnect the appliance from the gas and electricity power sources. Replacing the taps Proceed in the following way when replacing a tap or the thermostat: • Remove pan supports, burner heads. •...

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    • If you have to change the power cable (see the cross section on table in the “Technical information” section), always keep the earth wire longer than the phase wires and, in addition, follow all the instructions given in the “Electrical connection”...

  • Page 23: Technical Information

    ENGLISH 6. TECHNICAL INFORMATION Outside cooker dimensions (fig.12) height height width depth MODEL 90 x 60 875 ÷ 915 935 ÷ 975 fig.12 fig. 13 Burner disposition and hob burner technical data table (fig.13) Operating Diameter Burners Rate Heat input By-pass pressure gas injector Sabaf...

  • Page 24: Environment Concerns

    ELECTRIC COMPONENTS Description Nominal data Lower heating element of the oven 1700 W Top heating element of the oven-grill 1400 W+2200 W Rear heating element 3000 W Oven lamp 15 W - E 14 - T 300 Fan of the rear heating element 25..29 W...

  • Page 25: Aeg Warranty

    Parts removed 4. AEG shall not be responsible for during guarantee repairs become the damage of any kind resulting from property of AEG.

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    When you contact us we to AEG or an authorised service need to know: agent, will result in normal charges • Your name and telephone number...

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