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  • Page 1 BPK742320M User Manual Oven USER MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    17. WARRANTY ......................45 FOR PERFECT RESULTS 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 simpler features you might not find on ordinary appliances. Please spend a few minutes reading to get the very best from it.
  • Page 3: Safety Information

    ENGLISH SAFETY INFORMATION Before the installation and use of the appliance, carefully read the supplied instructions. The manufacturer is not responsible for any injuries or damages that are the result of incorrect installation or usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe and accessible location for future reference.
  • Page 4: Conditions Of Use

    Always use oven gloves to remove or put in • accessories or ovenware. Before carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the • appliance from the power supply. Ensure that the appliance is switched off before • replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
  • Page 5 ENGLISH • Do not pull the appliance by the fuses removed from the holder), earth handle. leakage trips and contactors. • Keep the minimum distance from the • The electrical installation must have other appliances and units. an isolation device which lets you •...
  • Page 6 – do not put water directly into the abrasive cleaning pads, solvents or hot appliance. metal objects. – do not keep moist dishes and • If you use an oven spray, follow the food in the appliance after you safety instruction on it's packaging.
  • Page 7: Product Description

    ENGLISH in the vicinity of all Pyrolytic Ovens • Before replacing the lamp, disconnect when the Pyrolytic self cleaning the appliance from the power supply. program is in operation. • Only use lamps with the same • Non-stick surfaces on pots, pans, specifications.
  • Page 8 4.2 Accessories For roasting and grilling. Use the trivet only with the Wire shelf Grill- / Roasting pan. Food Sensor For cookware, cake tins, roasts. Baking tray To measure the temperature inside the food. Telescopic runners For cakes and biscuits.
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    ENGLISH 5. CONTROL PANEL 5.1 Electronic programmer Use the sensor fields to operate the appliance. Sensor Function Comment field Display Shows the current settings of the appliance. ON / OFF To turn on and off the appliance. Heating Functions Press the sensor field to choose the menu: Assis- or Assisted Cook- ted Cooking or Heating Functions.
  • Page 10 Sensor Function Comment field Time and addi- To set different functions. When a heating func- tional functions tion operates, press the sensor field to set the tim- er or the functions: Function Lock, Favourites, Heat + Hold, Set + Go. You can also change the settings of the core temperature sensor.
  • Page 11: Before First Use

    ENGLISH Symbol Function Weight Automatic The display shows that the automatic weight system is active or that weight can be changed. Heat + Hold The function is active. 6. BEFORE FIRST USE 6.2 First Connection WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. When you connect the appliance to the mains or after the power cut, you have to 6.1 Initial Cleaning...
  • Page 12 Sym- Menu item Application Pyrolysis Pyrolytic cleaning. Basic Settings Used to set the appliance configuration. Specials Contains a list of additional heating functions. Submenu for: Basic Settings Sym- Submenu Description Set Time of Day Sets the current time on the clock.
  • Page 13 ENGLISH 7.3 Heating Functions Heating function Application True Fan Cooking To bake on up to three shelf positions at the same time and to dry food. Set the temperature 20 - 40 °C lower than for the function: Conventional Cooking. Pizza Setting To bake food on one shelf position for a more in- tensive browning and a crispy bottom.
  • Page 14 Heating function Application Plate Warming To preheat plates for serving. Preserving To make vegetable preserves such as pickles. Drying To dry sliced fruit (e.g. apples, plums, peaches) and vegetables (e.g. tomatoes, zucchini, mush- rooms). Dough Proving For controlled rising of yeast dough before bak- ing.
  • Page 15: Clock Functions

    ENGLISH 8. CLOCK FUNCTIONS 8.1 Clock functions table Clock function Application Minute Minder To set a countdown (max. 2 h 30 min). This function has no effect on the operation of the appliance. You can also activate it when the appliance is deactivated.
  • Page 16: Automatic Programmes

    The function stays on if you change the 1. When the cooking time ends, an heating functions. acoustic signal sounds. Press any symbol. 8.4 Time Extension The display shows the message. 2. Press to activate or to cancel. The function: Time Extension makes the 3.
  • Page 17: Using The Accessories

    ENGLISH 10. USING THE ACCESSORIES WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. 10.1 Food sensor The food sensor measures temperature inside the food. When the food is at the set temperature, the appliance deactivates. There are two temperatures to be set: • the oven temperature (minimum 120 °C), •...
  • Page 18 2. Place half of the ingredients in a When the dish is at the set temperature, baking dish. an acoustic signal sounds. The appliance 3. Insert the tip of the food sensor deactivates automatically. exactly in the centre of the casserole.
  • Page 19 ENGLISH Deep pan: Small indentation at the top Put the deep pan on the telescopic increase safety. The runners. indentations are also anti-tip devices. The high rim around the shelf prevents cookware from slipping of the shelf. 10.3 Telescopic runners - inserting the accessories With the telescopic runners you can put in and remove the shelves more easily.
  • Page 20: Additional Functions

    2. Put the deep pan into the oven on 2. Put the deep pan into the oven on the necessary shelf position. the necessary shelf position. You can use the trivet to grill flat dishes in large quantities and to toast.
  • Page 21 ENGLISH 2. Touch at the same time until the display shows a message. • Function Lock is on when To deactivate the Child Lock function the heating function repeat step 2. operates. • The menu: Basic Settings 11.3 Function Lock lets you activate and deactivate the function: This function prevents an accidental...
  • Page 22: Hints And Tips

    If you deactivate the appliance, the the appliance cools down. 12. HINTS AND TIPS Recommended shelf position: 3. WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. Dough Proving...
  • Page 23 ENGLISH Baking results Possible cause Remedy The cake sinks and becomes The oven temperature is too The next time you bake, set soggy, lumpy or streaky. high. a slightly lower oven temper- ature. The cake sinks and becomes The baking time is too short. Set a longer baking time. soggy, lumpy or streaky.
  • Page 24 Food Function Temperature Time (min) Shelf position (°C) Flan base - True Fan Cook- 150 - 170 20 - 25 sponge mixture Apple pie / Ap- True Fan Cook- 60 - 90 ple pie (2 tins Ø20 cm, diago-...
  • Page 25 ENGLISH Food Function Temperature Time (min) Shelf position (°C) Fruit flans (made True Fan Cook- 35 - 55 with yeast dough / sponge mixture) Fruit flans (made Conventional 35 - 55 with yeast Cooking dough / sponge mixture) Fruit flans made True Fan Cook- 160 - 170 40 - 80...
  • Page 26 Food Function Temperature Time (min) Shelf position (°C) Puff pastries True Fan Cook- 20 - 30 170 - 180 Rolls True Fan Cook- 10 - 25 Rolls Conventional 10 - 25 190 - 210 Cooking Small cakes / True Fan Cook-...
  • Page 27 ENGLISH 12.7 Moist Fan Baking Food Temperature Time (min) Shelf position (°C) Pasta gratin 200 - 220 45 - 55 Potato gratin 180 - 200 70 - 85 Moussaka 170 - 190 70 - 95 Lasagne 180 - 200 75 - 90 Cannelloni 180 - 200 70 - 85...
  • Page 28 Food Temperature Time (min) Shelf position (°C) 2 positions 3 positions Biscuits made 80 - 100 130 - 170 1 / 4 with egg white, meringues Macaroons 100 - 120 40 - 80 1 / 4 Biscuits made 160 - 170...
  • Page 29 ENGLISH 12.10 Roasting • If necessary, turn the roast after 1/2 to 2/3 of the cooking time. • Use heat-resistant ovenware to roast. • To keep meat more succulent: Refer to the instructions of the – roast lean meat in the roasting tin ovenware manufacturer.
  • Page 30 Veal Food Quantity Function Temperature Time (min) Shelf posi- (kg) (°C) tion Roast veal Turbo Grill- 160 - 180 90 - 120 Knuckle of 1.5 - 2 Turbo Grill- 160 - 180 120 - 150 veal Lamb Food Quantity...
  • Page 31 ENGLISH Food Quantity Function Temperature Time (min) Shelf posi- (°C) tion Turkey 4 - 6 kg Turbo Grill- 140 - 160 150 - 240 Fish (steamed) Food Quantity Function Temperature Time (min) Shelf posi- (kg) (°C) tion Whole fish 1 - 1.5 Conventional 210 - 220 40 - 60...
  • Page 32 12.13 Frozen Foods Food Temperature (°C) Time (min) Shelf position Pizza, frozen 200 - 220 15 - 25 Pizza American, fro- 190 - 210 20 - 25 Pizza, chilled 210 - 230 13 - 25 Pizza Snacks, frozen 180 - 200...
  • Page 33 ENGLISH core temperature (see the table for the 1. Sear the meat in a pan on the hob on core temperature sensor). a very high setting for 1 - 2 minutes on each side. In the first 10 minutes you can set an 2.
  • Page 34 12.16 Preserving • The jars cannot touch each other. • Put approximately 1/2 litre of water • Use only preserve jars of the same into the baking tray to give sufficient dimensions available on the market. moisture in the oven.
  • Page 35 ENGLISH Vegetables Food Temperature Time (h) Shelf position (°C) 1 position 2 positions Beans 60 - 70 6 - 8 1 / 4 Peppers 60 - 70 5 - 6 1 / 4 Vegetables for 60 - 70 5 - 6 1 / 4 sour Mushrooms...
  • Page 36 Beef Food core temperature (°C) Less Medium More Meat loaf Pork Food core temperature (°C) Less Medium More Ham, Roast Chop (saddle), Smoked pork loin, Smoked loin poached Veal Food core temperature (°C) Less Medium More Roast veal Knuckle of veal Mutton / lamb Food core temperature (°C)
  • Page 37: Care And Cleaning

    ENGLISH Poultry Food core temperature (°C) Less Medium More Duck (breast) Fish (salmon, trout, zander) Food core temperature (°C) Less Medium More Fish (whole / large / steamed), Fish (whole / large / roasted) Casseroles - Precooked vegeta- Food core temperature (°C) bles Less Medium...
  • Page 38 • Dry the oven when the cavity is wet CAUTION! after usage. If there are other appliances installed in the same 13.2 Removing the shelf cabinet, do not use them at supports the same time as the function: Pyrolysis. It can...
  • Page 39 ENGLISH 13.4 Removing and installing the door You can remove the door and the internal glass panels to clean it. The number of glass panels is different for different models. WARNING! Be careful when you remove CAUTION! the door from the appliance. Rough handling of the glass, The door is heavy.
  • Page 40: Troubleshooting

    A B C 2. Clean the glass cover. 3. Replace the lamp with a suitable 300 °C heat-resistant lamp. 4. Install the glass cover. The side lamp 1. Remove the left shelf support to get access to the lamp.
  • Page 41 ENGLISH Problem Possible cause Remedy The oven does not heat up. The oven is deactivated. Activate the oven. The oven does not heat up. The clock is not set. Set the clock. The oven does not heat up. The necessary settings are Make sure that the settings not set.
  • Page 42: Installation

    We recommend that you write the data here: Model (MOD.) ......... Product number (PNC) ......... Serial number (S.N.) ......... 15. INSTALLATION 15.1 Building in WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. The built-in unit must meet the stability requirements of DIN 68930.
  • Page 43 ENGLISH min. 50 mm min. 550 min. 550 min. 560 min. 560 alternativ 100 max. R1200 mm H05VV-F H05RR-F min. 1600 mm...
  • Page 44: Energy Efficiency

    90° 2x3,5x25 16. ENERGY EFFICIENCY 16.1 Product Fiche and information according to EU 65-66/2014 Supplier's name Model identification BPK742320M Energy Efficiency Index 81.2 Energy efficiency class Energy consumption with a standard load, conven- 0.99 kWh/cycle tional mode...
  • Page 45: Warranty

    17. WARRANTY FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW This document sets out the terms and ZEALAND conditions of the product warranties for AEG Appliances. It is an important ALL AEG BRANDED APPLIANCES document. Please keep it with your...
  • Page 46 ‘ASC’ means AEG authorised globes, batteries, filters or similar service centres; perishable parts. e) AEG is the brand controlled by 4. Parts and Appliances not supplied by Electrolux Home Products Pty Electrolux are not covered by this Ltd of 163 O’Riordan Street, warranty.
  • Page 47 Appliance. 14. You accept that if you make a 10. For AEG Appliances and services in warranty claim, Electrolux and its Australia, the Appliances come with a ASC may exchange information in...
  • Page 48 Australia PLEASE CALL 13 13 50 OR EMAIL customercare@aegaustralia.com.au For the cost of a local call (Australia only) AEG SERVICE NEW ZEALAND www.aeg.co.nz FOR SERVICE or to find the address of your nearest authorised service centre in New Zealand FREE CALL 0800 10 66 10 OR EMAIL customercare@electrolux.co.nz...
  • Page 49 (c) cosmetic damage which does not affect the operation of the Appliance; This document sets out the terms and conditions of the product warranties for AEG Appliances. It is an important document. Please keep it with your proof (d) damage to the Appliance caused by: of purchase documents in a safe place for future reference should there be a (i) negligence or accident;...
  • Page 50 www.aeg.com/au...