Electric Range
User manual
Installer should leave these instructions with appliance.
Consumer should read these instructions before using
the appliance and should retain them for future reference.


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Summary of Contents for Beko SLER30530SS

  • Page 1 Electric Range User manual IMPORTANT Installer should leave these instructions with appliance. Consumer should read these instructions before using the appliance and should retain them for future reference. SLER30530SS 285.6000.19/R.AA/18.05.2016...
  • Page 2 User Manual SLER 30530 SS...
  • Page 3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: Read all safety instructions before us- ing the product. If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. 2/EN...
  • Page 4 TO PREVENT TIPPING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explo- sion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. WARNING: "A child or adult can tip the range and be killed. Install the anti-tip device packed with range to the structure floor." "Engage the range to the anti-tip device by sliding range so that rear foot of the range slides in to the bracket as shown in figures."...
  • Page 5 Explanation of symbols Throughout this User Manual the following symbols are used: Important information or useful hints about usage. Warning for hazardous situations with regard to life and property. Warning for electric shock. Warning for risk of fire. Warning for hot surfaces. DANGER ndicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
  • Page 6 Please read these instructions before installation or using your appliance! Dear Customer, We would like you to obtain best performance with your product that has been manufactured in modern facilities and passed through strict quality control procedures. Therefore, we advise you to read through this user manual carefully before using your product and keep it for future reference.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Initial use ............. 26 Removing the Package First cleaning of the appliance ....... 27 Initial heating ..........27 WARRANTY STATEMENT FOR BEKO ELECTRIC AND GAS RANGES How to use the hob General information about cooking ....28 Using the hobs ..........28...
  • Page 8: Safety Instructions - Read Before Use

    Safety Instructions - Read before use • CAUTION: Use proper pan Basic safety instructions size - this appliance is equipped • This appliance is not intended with one or more surface units of for use by persons (including different size. Select utensils children) with reduced physical, having flat bottoms large enough sensory or mental capabilities, or...
  • Page 9: Safety For Children

    safe way and understand the ha- • WARNING: Utensil handles zards involved. should be turned inward and not • Children shall not play with the extend over adjacent surface appliance. Cleaning and user units - to reduce the risk of maintenance shall not be made burns, ignition of flammable ma- by children without supervision.
  • Page 10 hotter than with standard use. cover. Use only cooking utensils Keep children away. with recommended diameters. Make sure ventilation and oven • WARNING: Metallic objects fume outlets shown below are such as knives, forks, spoons not closed. Otherwise fire hazard and lids should not be placed on can occur.
  • Page 11 dangerous for the health issue • CAUTION: Do not store or and functionality. use flammable materials in an oven or near the cook top, in- cluding paper, plastic, pot hold- ers, linens, wall coverings, cur- tains, drapes and gasoline or other flammable vapors and liq- uids.
  • Page 12 However, you may remedy some bustible materials, gasoline, and malfunctions; see Trouble- other flammable vapors. shooting. • WARNING: Do not use wa- • Be careful when using alcoholic ter on grease fires. Never pick drinks in your dishes. Alcohol up a flaming pan. Turn the con- evaporates in high temperatures trols off.
  • Page 13 kind of dishes should not be • WARNING: Use this ap- used to keep food either. pliance for its intended purpose • Do not place baking trays, dish- as described in this owner's ma- es or aluminum foil directly onto nual.
  • Page 14 enough to cause burns. During • IMPORTANT: Call the au- and after use, do not touch or let thorized service for installation of clothing or other flammable ma- the appliance to be used. After terials contact heating elements this procedure, guarantee period or interior surfaces of oven until will be started.
  • Page 15: Safety When Working With Electricity

    reach items could be seriously • Never touch the appliance with injured. wet hands or feet. • The packaging materials will be Intended use dangerous for children. Keep the • WARNING: Use this ap- packaging materials away from pliance only for its intended use children.
  • Page 16: Disposal

    Disposal Future transportation Packaging material Do not carry out cleaning or maintenance oper- ations on the appliance without having pre- DANGER: viously disconnected it from the electric power Risk of suffocation by the packaging mate- supply. rials! Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags, NOTICE: polystyrene foam, nails, packing straps, Do not place other items on the top of...
  • Page 17: Installation

    Installation The kitchen floor must be able to carry the NOTICE weight of the appliance plus the additional weight Material damage! of cookware and bake ware and food. Do not place other items on the top of the • If an appliance hood is to befitted, refer to appliance.
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  • Page 19 Be sure your range is installed and grounded Clearances & Dimensions properly by a qualified installer or service techni- Dimensions that are shown in figure must be cian. used. Given dimensions provide minimum clear- ance. There needs to be a 30-inch minimum clearance between the top of the cooking surface and the bottom of unprotected wood or metal IMPORTANT:...
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  • Page 21 bracket 2 will be secured. Complete the Anti-Tip stability device installation instruc- installation by tightening parts 3 and 4. tions 3. Position the appliance on its place after 1. Fix the bracket 1 to the floor with 4 screws (5) completing the installation.
  • Page 22 How to move the appliance Movement of your appliance is most easily achieved by lifting the front as indicated in the drawing. Open the oven door sufficiently to allow a comfortable and safe grip on the underside of the oven roof avoid causing any damage to the grill element or any internal parts of the oven.
  • Page 23: Connection To The Main Supply

    fornia to publish a list of substances known to circuit panel. DO NOT connect the wire to the the State of California to cause cancer, birth circuit panel at this time. defects, or other reproductive harm, and re- Electrical requirements quires businesses to warn of potential exposure This appliance must be supplied with the proper to such substances.
  • Page 24 shielded copper or aluminum cable), or by means Figure B illustrates 3-wire receptacle that is allowed of a power supply cord kit. Only a power supply in areas that allow grounding through neutral. cord kit rated at 120/ 240 volts and 40 or 50 amperes terminating in tinned leads and marked for use with ranges shall be used.
  • Page 25 Power cord connections 1. Follow the manufacturer's Installation In- structions supplied with the strain relief WARNING clamp and install. Risk of electric shock! 2. Strip insulation away from the ends of the Frame grounded to neutral of appliance permanent wiring for line 1, line 2 and neu- through a link.
  • Page 26 4-wire connection 3-wire connection Terminal block Terminal block Power cord/conduit plate Power cord/conduit plate Washer Washer Screw Screw Black White Black White Green Green 25/EN...
  • Page 27: Preparation

    Preparation the cooking time. When you use the resi- Tips for saving energy dual heat, you can save up to 20 % of elec- The following information will help you to use tricity. your appliance in an ecological way, and to save Initial use energy: •...
  • Page 28: First Cleaning Of The Appliance

    Setting 12hr – 24 hr Heat up the product for about 30 minutes and then switch it off. Thus, any production residues or layers will be burnt off and removed. WARNING Hot surfaces cause burns! Product may be hot when it is in use. Never touch the hot burners, inner sections of the oven, heaters and etc.
  • Page 29: How To Use The Hob

    How to use the hob from one heating element to another always General information about cooking lift the pans do not slide them. • This appliance is equipped with one or more DANGER surface units of different size. Select uten- Risk of fire over by overheated oil! sils having flat bottoms large enough to When you heat oil, do not leave it unattended.
  • Page 30 remove the spills while the surface is still Tipping of pan warm. If sug¬ary spills are allowed to cool Make sure that the handles of DANGER down, they can adhere to the cook-top and cookware do not stick out over the edge of the appliance, to can cause pitting and permanent marks.
  • Page 31 Switching the plate off Do not let any objects fall onto the plate. Even small objects (e.g. salt shaker) may damage the Turn plate control knob to off position (top). burner/ plate. How to operate on the multiple region hot- plates (model dependant) DANGER: Hobs with multiple region are used for different...
  • Page 32: How To Operate The Oven

    How to operate the oven • Fish in a fire-resistant dish should be placed General information on baking, roasting on the rack at the medium or lower level. and broiling Tips for broiling WARNING Broiling is ideal for cooking meat, fish and poultry Hot surfaces cause burns! and will achieve a nice brown surface without it Product may be hot when it is in use.
  • Page 33 Settings Temperature Unit IMPORTANT: Before using the oven, the clock time must be set. If the clock time is not set, the main oven will not work. WARNING Never cover any slots, holes or passges in the oven bottom or cover an entire rack with materials such as aluminium foil.
  • Page 34 Warming Drawer Recommended temperature is shown in the area Settings of set temperature and working heaters or com- Light ponents are shown in the functions icon. Key lock “Temperature”, “Cook Time”, “Cook End Time” Favorite can be adjustable when functions are selected. Timer touch pads are active.
  • Page 35 CAUTION Using the meat probe Use of probes other than the one provided with this product may result in damage to the probe or oven control. CAUTION Use the handles of the probe and plug when inserting and removing them from the food and outlet.
  • Page 36 with 1" (25mm) to 1.5" (38mm) space between WARNING pans and oven walls. Do not remove the probe from its slot on the When using the Bake mode, preheat the oven for side wall when the cooking is over; wait for it best results.
  • Page 37 When using the Broil mode, preheat the oven 5- WARNING 6 minutes for best results. You can use a lid or roasting bags in this Turn foods once during the recommended cook mode. Follow manufacturer’s directions for the time. roasting bag. The size, weight, thickness, starting temperature Convection Roast and personal preference of doneness will affect...
  • Page 38 The self-cleaning should be used after approx. 3. If there is a fire in the oven during self-clean, every 10th oven usage. turn the oven off and wait for the fire to go The self-cleaning has three levels. It can be out.
  • Page 39 When using the Pizza mode, preheat the oven for WARNING: best results. Fire risk! Warm Keep Do not store flammable material in the oven and/or in the warming drawer. Bread Proof Only bottom heat is on. The warm keep mode will keep hot, cooked foods at serving tempera- ture.
  • Page 40: Warming Drawer

    IMPORTANT: While adjusting any function, related symbols will flash on the display. IMPORTANT: Program will be canceled in case of power failure. You must reprogram the appliance. Warming Drawer WARNING: The warming drawer will keep hot, cooked foods at serving temperature. Always start with Push 'Warming Drawer' , flashes 'Warming hot food.
  • Page 41 CAUTION: IMPORTANT: All segments of the inner oven temperature Do not store liquid or water inside the warming symbol (1) will turn on when the oven reaches drawer. the set temperature. IMPORTANT: 7. After the cooking is completed, the oven will The warming drawer cannot be used during give an audible warning.
  • Page 42 8. Selected operation mode is activated when Key lock is activated by pressing 0-Key Lock key the startup time of cooking has come. “ON” amongst the numbers on the right of display for appears on display and oven heats up to the approximately 3 seconds.
  • Page 43 about 10 seconds later and 'Timer' symbol on Function and Temperature knobs Every time the door is opened, function display will disappear. and temperature knobs that are not turned Turning the light on and off will be lit blue for 30 seconds. The same Every time you touch 'Light' key on display, it will applies when the door is closed.
  • Page 44: Cooking Times Table

    please follow the steps to activate the oven timer 4. You will hear alarm sound. Press button 3 to on page 27. switch off the alarm sound. You will see "AUTO" is blinking and the display shows time of the day. Now timer is in OFF position.
  • Page 45 whole, Turkey 180⁰F in thigh. unstuffed Foil the top surface of turkey to (18-20 lbs.) prevent over-browning in last 30 minutes of the cooking, if necessary. Sirloin, Internal temperature is 145⁰F (me- boneless Convec- dium rare), 160⁰F (medium) (4-4.5 lbs.) tion Roast Single Broiler tray...
  • Page 46: Maintenance And Care

    Maintenance and care General information Cleaning the burner/plate Service life of the product will extend and the Ceramic hobs possibility of problems will decrease if the prod- Always rinse off fully with a clean cloth wrung out uct is cleaned at regular intervals. in clean water (as residue could damage the ceramic glass surface next time the hob is used).
  • Page 47 WARNING: Remove all accessories from the oven. WARNING: Do not use oven cleaners. No commercial oven cleaner or oven liner protective coating of any WARNING: kind should be used in or around any part of If the self-cleaning mode malfunctions, turn the oven.
  • Page 48 force door open or closed—the hinge could be CAUTION: damaged and injury could result. After a clean cycle, remove soil deposits with Do not lay removed door on sharp or pointed vinegar water. objects as this could break the glass. Lay on a During the Self-Cleaning cycle, the electrical flat, smooth surface, positioned so that the door flow to hob burners will be cut.
  • Page 49: Removing The Oven Door

    Replacing the oven lamp 1. Turn off power at the main power supply (your fuse or breaker box). DANGER: 2. Remove the wire racks as described. See Before replacing the oven lamp, make sure Cleaning the oven. that the product is disconnected from mains and cooled down in order to avoid the risk of an electrical shock.
  • Page 50: General Information

    General information Overview Splashback Front door Burner plate Foot Control panel Lower part Handle Signal lamp hob Digital Timer Single-circuit cooking plate Rear Left Single-circuit cooking plate Front Right Dual-circuit cooking plate Front Left Single-circuit cooking plate Rear Right Central Single-circuit cooking plate 49/TR...
  • Page 51: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications GENERAL Outer dimensions (height/width/depth) 36 x 29 x 29 inches 13/16 Voltage / frequency 220- 240V~60Hz Total electric power 12,36 kW Fuse protection Min. 40 A Cable type / cross section SRDT 8/3 + 10/1 AWG Cable length max.
  • Page 52: Pakage Contents

    Package contents WARNING: Pull the oven rack to the stop-lock position when loading and unloading food from the oven. This helps prevent burns from touching hot surfaces of the door and oven walls. CAUTION: When you are using a rack in the lowest position (A), you will need to use caution when pulling the rack out.
  • Page 53: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Oven emits steam when it is in use • It is normal that steam escapes during operation. >>> This is not a fault. Product emits metal noises while heating and cooling. • When the metal parts are heated, they may expand and cause noise. >>> This is not a fault. Product does not operate.
  • Page 54: Removing The Package

    Removing the Package Ribbon Remove nylon bag on the product Remove styrofoams of the front door. Upper Frame Rear MDF Front MDF Nylon bag A: 18x40 Wooden support Remove upper frame and rear and front MDFs. Remove cut-out styrofoams and blue Remove grill tapes.
  • Page 55 Remove protective styrofoams on rear side. Remove this metal support Remove screws. 54/EN...
  • Page 56: Warranty Statement For Beko Electric And Gas Ranges

  • Page 58 Envelope III 57/EN...
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