Download  Print this page

KitchenAid khyd238510 Instructions For Use Manual page 13

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Instructions for use
Timer function
The Timer function can be used as a timer for the cooking point or as an independent
alarm clock. The two rear 7-segment displays (6) are also used for displaying the
remaining time in minutes, until the timer alarm goes off.
Timer selection
The simultaneous activation of the "+" and "-" is used for selecting the timer function.
There are two different timer modes:
- Timer for the cooking point (the timer is assigned to a cooking point). When the set time runs out, there
is an audible and visual signal and the relative cooking point turns off.
- Independent alarm (the timer works without reference to a cooking point)
- If an independent alarm timer is set, only the display (6) will turn on, but if you have programmed a
timer associated with a cooking are, the LED "8A" or "8B" will be on.
When the set time runs out, there is an audible and visual signal in this mode as well, but the cooking
points are not turned off.
Selecting a timer:
a timer is selected by simultaneously pressing the plus and minus keys with the control activated. If you
have previously selected a cooking point, the timer of that cooking point will light up. Plus, this will be
indicated by the flashing decimal point on the display (LED timer 8A-8B) of the cooking point. If no
cooking point had been previously selected, the cooking alarm timer will be activated. In this case, all the
decimal points will be off ( 8A - 8B).
If different timers are active, you can select the desired timer by pressing the plus and minus keys several
times. The timers of the active cooking points will be turned off in clockwise order. After the last cooking
point timer, the cooking alarm timer will be selected and after that the first cooking point timer will be
selected again. The selection time is 10 seconds. This time is set from scratch at each change of the value
of the timer by pressing the plus or minus key.
When this time runs out, the timer with the shortest time set will be displayed. You can end the selection
early by selecting a cooking point.
Setting the timer value:
when a timer has been selected, you can change the timer value using the plus or minus keys.
If a timer value has not been set, pressing the minus key will set a value of 30 minutes, which can then be
changed. By holding down the plus or minus key longer, the set value will change faster. At a setting value
of 99 or 01, the automatic repeat will automatically stop. If the timer of a cooking point is set, this will be
indicated on the related timer LED (8A-8B) of the cooking point, even at the end of selection, by a static or
flashing decimal point (static if the timer is set but not displayed because there are other timers with less
time) (flashing if the timer is set and is displayed because it is the timer with the shortest time). In the case
of setting a generic cooking timer.
Turning off the timer early:
You can turn off the timer by setting the timer value to 00. In the case of a cooking point timer, the
corresponding cooking point will stay on. Counting down the time set on the timer: the time countdown
starts as soon as a timer is set. If the value is changed using the plus or minus keys, the timer starts on a
full minute and any seconds that may have elapsed are cancelled.
Signal of a timer whose set time has run out
If the timer value has reached 00, this will be indicated by an audible and visual signal. If a cooking point
timer has reached the set value, the corresponding cooking point will be turned off. Any cooking points or
timers selected will be deselected.
The timer value (00) is automatically displayed again and flashes. If it is a cooking point timer, the
corresponding decimal point will also flash. The signal lasts for 2 minutes, unless it is stopped earlier by
pressing any key.
After the signal, all the active cooking point displays will be visible again.
13

Advertisement

Table of Contents
loading