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KMDC 3625
Gebrauchsanweisung
Brugsanvisning
Instructions for use
Bruksanvisning
Mode d'emploi
Käyttöohje
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Manual de utilização
Istruzioni per l'uso
Instrucciones para el uso
Οδηγίες Χρήσης
Návod k použití
Návod na použitie
Instrukcje użytkowania
Használati utasítás
Instrucţiuni de utilizare
Инструкция за употреба
Инструкции по эксплуатации
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  • Page 1 KMDC 3625 Gebrauchsanweisung Brugsanvisning Instructions for use Bruksanvisning Mode d’emploi Käyttöohje Gebruiksaanwijzing Manual de utilização Istruzioni per l’uso Instrucciones para el uso Οδηγίες Χρήσης Návod k použití Návod na použitie Instrukcje użytkowania Használati utasítás Instrucţiuni de utilizare Инструкция за употреба...
  • Page 2: Installation

    INSTALLATION MOUNTING THE APPLIANCE separate mounting in- OLLOW THE SUPPLIED structions when installing the appliance. PRIOR TO CONNECTING on the rating plate corre- HECK THAT THE VOLTAGE if it has a damaged O NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE sponds to the voltage in your home. mains cord or plug, if it is not working proper- ly, or if it has been damaged or dropped.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE in or to use the appliance under O NOT HEAT OR USE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS NLY ALLOW CHILDREN near the oven. Fumes can create a fire hazard adult supervision and after adequate instructions or explosion.
  • Page 4: Important Precautions

    IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS GENERAL LIQUIDS . Overheating the liquid BEVERAGES OR WATER HIS APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY beyond boiling point can occur without evidence of bubbling. without food HE APPLIANCE SHOULD NOT BE OPERATED This could result in a sudden in the oven when using microwaves.
  • Page 5 ACCESSORIES GENERAL WIRE RACK when a number of accessories available on SE THE IRE RACK HERE ARE grilling using the Grill functions. the market. Before you buy, ensure they are suitable for microwave use. are oven proof NSURE THAT THE UTENSILS YOU USE LWAYS USE THE IRE RACK and allow microwaves to...
  • Page 6: Start Protection

    START PROTECTION e.g. putting TART ROTECTION FUNCTION IS ACTIVATED ONE HE DOOR MUST BE OPENED AND CLOSED the oven has returned to food into it, before the safety lock is released. MINUTE AFTER “stand by mode“. Safety Lock is activated close door and press KEY LOCK to hinder chil-...
  • Page 7 DONENESS AUTO FUNCTIONS ONLY in most of the auto func- ONENESS IS AVAILABLE DONENESS tions. You have the possibility to personally control the end result through the Adjust do- EVEL FFECT neness feature. This feature enables you to XTRA IELDS HIGHEST END TEMPERATURE achieve higher or lower end temperature com- ORMAL EFAULT STANDARD SETTING...
  • Page 8: Cooling Down

    COOLING DOWN , the oven may carry HEN A FUNCTION IS FINISHED 180°c 35:00 out a cooling procedure. This is normal. TEMPERATURE COOK TIME After this procedure the oven switches off au- Oven is Hot! --:-- tomatically. END TIME 100°C, the cur- F THE TEMPERATURE IS HIGHER THAN rent cavity temperature is displayed.
  • Page 9: Changing Settings

    ON/OFF OFF , all but two OFF using HEN THE APPLIANCE IS TURNED HE APPLIANCE IS TURNED buttons are non-responsive. I.E. The Start but- the On/Off button. ton (see Jet Start) and the OK button (see Kitchen Timer). The 24 hour clock is displayed. ON , all buttons HEN THE APPLIANCE IS TURNED function normally and the 24 hour clock is not...
  • Page 10: Clock Setting

    CHANGING SETTINGS CLOCK SETTING  Language Time Volume Appliance and display settings    . (The left right hand digits (hours) flicker). RESS THE BUTTON 00 : 00 (HH) (MM)  to set the 24 hour clock. SE THE UP DOWN BUTTONS Press to set time,...
  • Page 11 CHANGING SETTINGS BRIGHTNESS  Volume Brightness Contrast Appliance and display settings   High Medium  RESS THE BUTTON For normal living conditions  to set the level of brightness suitable to SE THE UP DOWN BUTTONS your preference. Brightness has been set ...
  • Page 12: During Cooking

    CHANGING SETTINGS DURING COOKING NCE THE COOKING PROCESS HAS BEEN STARTED The time can easily be increased in 30-second steps by pressing the Start button. Each press increases the time with 30 seconds. , you may toggle Y PRESSING THE UP OR DOWN BUTTONS High 07:00 GRILL POWER...
  • Page 13: Kitchen Timer

    KITCHEN TIMER when you need SE THIS FUNCTION  00 : 00 : 00 a kitchen timer to measure exact (HH) (MM) (SS) time for various purposes such Press to set Timer, to Start as cooking eggs or letting the ...
  • Page 14: Power Level

    COOK & REHEAT WITH MICROWAVES POWER LEVEL MICROWAVES ONLY OWER UGGESTED USE , water, clear soups, coffee, tea or other food with a high water EHEATING OF BEVERAGES 900 W content. If the food contains egg or cream choose a lower power. 750 W , meat etc.
  • Page 15: Jet Start

    JET START for quick re- HIS FUNCTION IS USED 900 w 03:00 heating of food with a high water POWER MM:SS content such as; clear soups, cof- Cooking 19:03 fee or tea.  END TIME HIS FUNCTION IS ONLY AVALIABLE when the oven is switched off or in standby mode.
  • Page 16 CRISP reheat and   SE THIS FUNCTION TO Automatic  cook pizzas and other dough Manual based food. It is also good for fry- 6th Sensor Traditional cooking functions  ing bacon and eggs, sausages,   hamburgers etc. ...
  • Page 17 GRILL  quickly give a SE THIS FUNCTION TO   Automatic  pleasant brown surface to food. Manual OR FOOD LIKE CHEESE TOAST STEAKS 6th Sensor , place the food on AND SAUSAGES Traditional cooking functions   the High wire rack. ...
  • Page 18: Grill Combi

    GRILL COMBI   cook such   SE THIS FUNCTION TO  Automatic food as Lasagne, Fish and Pota- Manual to Gratins. 6th Sensor  Traditional cooking functions      RESS THE MENU BUTTON  when Manual is displayed. RESS THE BUTTON Grill...
  • Page 19: Turbo Grill

    TURBO GRILL   cook such SE THIS FUNCTION TO   food as Chicken fillets, gratinated Automatic Manual vegetables and fruit. 6th Sensor  Traditional cooking functions     RESS THE MENU BUTTON  when Manual is displayed. RESS THE BUTTON Grill...
  • Page 20 TURBO GRILL COMBI  cook such   SE THIS FUNCTION TO  Automatic food as stuffed vegetables &  Manual Chicken pieces. 6th Sensor   Traditional cooking functions     RESS THE MENU BUTTON  when Manual is displayed. RESS THE BUTTON Turbo Grill...
  • Page 21: Rapid Preheat

    RAPID PREHEAT SE THIS FUNCTION TO PREHEAT    Automatic empty oven. Manual is always done with REHEATING 6th Sensor  the oven empty just like you Traditional cooking functions would in a conventional oven be-   fore cooking or baking. ...
  • Page 22: Forced Air

    FORCED AIR    cook me- Automatic SE THIS FUNCTION TO  Manual ringues, pastry, sponge cakes, 6th Sensor soufflés, poultry and roast meats.  Traditional cooking functions    Crisp  RESS THE MENU BUTTON Forced Air Forced Air + MW ...
  • Page 23 FORCED AIR to put food on to allow the air to LWAYS USE THE IRE RACK circulate properly around the food. when baking small items like cookies or SE THE AKING PLATE rolls. FOOD ACCESSORIES OVEN TEMP °C COOK TIME (1,3 - 1,5Kg) D on wire rack 170 - 180 °C...
  • Page 24: Forced Air Combi

    FORCED AIR COMBI   cook roast SE THIS FUNCTION TO   Automatic meats, poultry, and jacket pota-  Manual toes, frozen convenience foods, 6th Sensor  sponge cakes, pastry, fish and Traditional cooking functions   puddings.  ...
  • Page 25: Sensor Reheat

    SENSOR REHEAT when reheating  SE THIS FUNCTION   Manual ready-made food either frozen, 6th Sensor chilled or room tempered. Settings  onto a microwave-safe Sensor assisted cooking LACE FOOD   heat proof dinner plate or dish.  RESS THE MENU BUTTON ...
  • Page 26: Manual Defrost

    MANUAL DEFROST for “Cook & Reheat with . Experi- OLLOW THE PROCEDURE HECK AND INSPECT THE FOOD REGULARLY microwaves” and choose power level 160 W ence will give you the times needed for vari- when defrosting manually. ous amounts. , plastic films or card- halfway through the defrost- ROZEN FOOD IN PLASTIC BAGS URN LARGE JOINTS...
  • Page 27: Jet Defrost

    JET DEFROST    for defrosting SE THIS FUNCTION Settings   AUTO Meat, Poultry, Fish, Vegetables Automatic Manual and Bread. Automatic functions and recipes  Jet Defrost should only be used if   the net weight is between 100 g- ...
  • Page 28: Frozen Foods

    JET DEFROST WEIGHT: the net weight of the food. The HIS FUNCTION NEEDS TO KNOW oven will then automatically calculate the needed time to finish the procedure. : Follow the F THE WEIGHT IS LESSER OR GREATER THAN RECOMMENDED WEIGHT procedure for “Cook &...
  • Page 29 SENSOR CRISP quickly reheat SE THIS FUNCTION TO    Manual your food from frozen to serving 6th Sensor  temperature. Settings for frozen  RISP IS USED ONLY Sensor assisted cooking  ready made food.    RESS THE MENU BUTTON ...
  • Page 30 SENSOR CRISP FOOD HINTS in an even layer on the PREAD OUT THE FRIES (300g - 600g) crisp plate. Sprinkle with salt if desired. RENCH FRIES , thin crust (250g - 500g) with thin crust. IZZA OR PIZZAS (300g - 800g) with thick crust.
  • Page 31 SENSOR STEAM such food as SE THIS FUNCTION FOR    vegetables, fish, rice and pasta. Manual 6th Sensor  HIS FUNCTION WORKS IN STEPS Settings The first step quickly brings Sensor assisted cooking   the food to boiling temper- ...
  • Page 32 SOFTEN   soften food SE THIS FUNCTION TO  Settings  for easier handling.  AUTO Automatic for foods listed OFT IS USED Manual in the table below. Automatic functions and recipes      RESS THE MENU BUTTON ...
  • Page 33 MELT   easily melt  SE THIS FUNCTION TO  Settings  foods without spattering. AUTO Automatic for foods listed in the ELT IS USED Manual table below Automatic functions and recipes      RESS THE MENU BUTTON ...
  • Page 34 RECIPES   quickly navi-  SE THIS FUNCTION TO  Settings  gate to your favorite recipe. AUTO Automatic  Manual  Automatic functions and recipes       RESS THE MENU BUTTON  until Automatic is shown. SE THE UP DOWN BUTTONS ...
  • Page 35 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS in steamer bot- LACE TEAMER BOTTOM tom and add 100ml OILED water. Cover with lid. ICROWAVE AND and prick. Turn AKED OVENPROOF DISH when oven prompts. ON TURNTABLE raw potatoes LICE and interlace with on- ion.
  • Page 36 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS the roast and EASON - 1,5 place in oven when preheated ICROWAVE AND - 1,5 the roast and EASON OAST OVENPROOF DISH place in cold oven - 1,5 ON LOW RACK the roast and EASON - 1,5 place in oven when preheated...
  • Page 37 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS ICROWAVE and place in AND OVEN PROOF EASON - 1,5 OAST cold oven DISH ON LOW RACK and place in EASON steam grid. Add 100ml - 800 ILLETS TEAM TEAMER water in bottom and cover with lid the crisp IGHTLY GREASE POULTRY C...
  • Page 38 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS ICROWAVE and brush with AND OVEN PROOF EASON - 1,2 AKED some butter on top DISH ON LOW RACK HOLE FISH ICROWAVE SAFE and add 100ml EASON DISH WITH COV - 1,2 fish stock. Cook under OILED ER OR USE PLASTIC cover...
  • Page 39 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS . Add LACE IN STEAM GRID - 800 ROZEN EGETABLES 100ml water in bottom TEAMER and cover with lid. - 500 ARROTS in steamer bottom LACE TEAMER BOT - 500 and add 100ml water. REEN EANS Cover with lid.
  • Page 40 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS cook ET RECOMMENDED time for the pasta. Pour water in steamer bot- TEAMER BOT 1 - 4 tom. Cover with lid. ASTA PORTIONS TOM AND LID Add pasta when oven prompts and cook cov- ered. PASTA your favorite ICROWAVE...
  • Page 41 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS rec- REPARE YOUR FAVORITE ipe and place on the 2 - 6 baking plate. Place into OME MADE PORTIONS AKING LATE the oven when preheat- ing is finished IZZA - 500 ROZEN package EMOVE - 800 ROZEN when crisp DD THE PIZZA...
  • Page 42 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS dough accord- REPARE ing to your favorite rec- 1 - 2 READ LOAF ipe for a light bread. Place on baking plate to rise. Add when oven is preheated OLLS when oven is pre- ROZEN AKING LATE heated...
  • Page 43 RECIPES FOOD AMOUNT ACCESSORIES HINTS on turntable. Only pop one LACE BAG 90 - 100 OPCORN bag at a time when the DD NUTS crisp plate is preheat- - 200 OASTED ed. Stir when oven prompts SNACKS - 600 UFFALO INGS when crisp DD NUGGETS...
  • Page 44: Maintenance And Cleaning

    MAINTENANCE & CLEANING normally re- or food particles to LEANING IS THE ONLY MAINTENANCE O NOT ALLOW GREASE quired. build up around the door. in a clean condition AILURE TO MAINTAIN THE OVEN , boil a cup of water in the OR STUBBORN STAINS could lead to deterioration of the surface that oven for 2 or 3 minutes.
  • Page 45: Troubleshooting Guide

    MAINTENANCE & CLEANING DISHWASHER SAFE: AKING LATE URNTABLE SUPPORT OVER LASS TURNTABLE CAREFUL CLEANING: RISP HANDLE should be cleaned RISP PLATE in mild, detergent water. Heavily soiled areas can IRE RACK be cleaned with a scouring sponge and a mild cleanser. let the crisp-plate cool off before clean- LWAYS ing.
  • Page 46: Technical Specification

    PERFORMANCE IEC 60705. N ACCORDANCE WITH has developed a standard for comparative testing of NTERNATIONAL LECTROTECHNICAL OMMISSION heating performance of different microwave ovens. We recommend the following for this oven: MOUNT PPROX TIME OWER LEVEL ONTAINER 12.3.1 1000 12 - 13 650 W 3.227 YREX...
  • Page 48: Environmental Hints

    ENVIRONMENTAL HINTS may be fully re- on the product, HE PACKING BOX HE SYMBOL cycled as confirmed by the re- or on the documents ac- cycling symbol. Follow lo- companying the product, cal disposal regulations. Keep indicates that this appliance potentially hazardous pack- may not be treated as house- aging (plastic bags, polysty-...