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  • Page 1 IAE84881XB User Manual USER MANUAL...
  • Page 2 Failure to strictly adhere to the requirements in this manual may result in personal injury, property damage and affect your ability to make a claim under the AEG manufacturer’s warranty provided with your product. Products must be used, installed and operated in accordance with this manual.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    13. WARRANTY ......................32 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 4 ENGLISH usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe and accessible location for future reference. 1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 • years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a...
  • Page 5: Conditions Of Use

    NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch • off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket. CAUTION: The cooking process has to be supervised. • A short term cooking process has to be supervised continuously.
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    ENGLISH 3. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 3.1 Installation • The appliance must be earthed. • Before carrying out any operation WARNING! make sure that the appliance is Only a qualified person must disconnected from the power supply. install this appliance. • Make sure that the parameters on the rating plate are compatible with the WARNING! electrical ratings of the mains power...
  • Page 7 • Do not put flammable products or mains at all poles. The isolation items that are wet with flammable device must have a contact opening products in, near or on the appliance. width of minimum 3 mm.
  • Page 8: Installation

    ENGLISH 3.6 Service • Use the original packaging to store the Food Sensor. • To repair the appliance contact the • If you replace the Food Sensor, store Authorised Service Centre. the old one minimum 3 m away. The • Use original spare parts only. old Food Sensor may influence the functioning of the new one.
  • Page 9: Product Description

    If the appliance is installed above a drawer, the hob ventilation can warm up the items stored in the drawer during the cooking process. min. 55 max R5 min. 1500 min. min. min. 5. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 5.1 Cooking surface layout...
  • Page 10 ENGLISH Sym- Comment ON / OFF To activate and deactivate the hob. Menu To open and close the Menu. Food Sensor To open the Food Sensor menu. Zone selection To open the slider for the selected zone. Zone indicator To show for which zone the slider is active. To set the timer functions.
  • Page 11 1 - 3 o'clock position flavour. Your hob provides you with clear (for the left side of the hob) or 9 - 11 settings and instructions to follow.
  • Page 12: Before First Use

    ENGLISH 5.5 OptiHeat Control (3 step The induction cooking zones produce the heat necessary for the cooking Residual heat indicator) process directly in the bottom of the cookware. The glass ceramic is heated by WARNING! the heat of the cookware. III / II / I There is a risk of burns from residual heat.
  • Page 13 If you replace the Food Sensor with a Use a pot with the bottom new one, you need to pair it with your diameter of 180 mm. hob. 1. Put the Food Sensor on the rim of a 1. Touch pot.
  • Page 14: Daily Use

    ENGLISH Settings Child Lock Stopwatch Food Sensor Connection Calibration Pairing Hob²Hood Refer to the Hob²Hood section in "Daily use". Setup Assisted Cooking Language Key Tones Buzzer Volume Display Brightness Service Demo Mode License Show Software Version Alarm History Reset All Settings 7.
  • Page 15 7.5 Bridge function Heat setting The hob deacti- This function connects two cooking vates after zones and they operate as one with the same heat setting. 3 - 5 5 hours You can use the function with large 4 hours cookware.
  • Page 16 ENGLISH select the zone and change its heat Pasta or Milk. There are different cooking setting. methods available for different types of food, e.g. for chicken you can choose For maximum duration between Pan Fry, Sous Vide or Poach. values, refer to "Technical You can activate the function on the left data".
  • Page 17 • For most of the options, e.g. Sous with a lid. For more details on cooking Vide and Poach, you can change parameters, refer to the Cooking Guide the default temperature. table in "Hints and Tips". Defrost food • You can change the default time before preparing it.
  • Page 18 ENGLISH KeepTemperature 1. Insert the Food Sensor inside the food or liquid up the minimum You can use the Sous Vide function for marked level. cooking while the Food Sensor 2. Touch on the display to open the accurately controls and maintains the Food Sensor menu and choose temperature (with the accuracy of + / - 1 Thermometer.
  • Page 19 The relevant slider appears on the Touch to activate the function. display. comes on. The heat setting is lowered 2. Touch to 1. The timer menu window appears on the To deactivate the function touch display. 3. Slide your finger to the left or right to The function stops PowerBoost.
  • Page 20 ENGLISH To leave the Menu, touch or the right When you deactivate the side of the display, outside of the pop-up hob, you also deactivate this window. To navigate through the Menu, function. use or . 7.15 Child Lock 7.18 Display Brightness This function prevents an accidental operation of the hob.
  • Page 21: Hints And Tips

    Changing the modes Auto- Boiling Frying If you are not satisfied with the noise matic level / fan speed, you can switch light between modes manually. 1. Touch Select Settings > Hob²Hood from the list. Fan speed 1 Fan speed 1 2.
  • Page 22 ENGLISH • crack noise: cookware is made of count down timer sounds. The difference different materials (a sandwich in the operation time depends on the construction). heat setting level and the length of the • whistle sound: you use a cooking cooking operation.
  • Page 23 Heat setting Use to: Time Hints (min) Boil large quantities of water. PowerBoost is activated. 8.5 Hints and Tips for the function), make sure it is placed at 9 - 11 o'clock position. Refer to the Food Sensor illustrations below.
  • Page 24 ENGLISH central part of the portion. • Use only high quality fresh food, stored in appropriate conditions. • Always wash and peel fruits and vegetables thoroughly. • Keep your worktop surface and cutting boards clean. Use different cutting boards for different types of food.
  • Page 25 Food type Cooking Preparation Thickness / Core temp / Cooking time method level amount of cooking (min) food temp (°C) Beef - steak Sous Vide rare 2 cm 50 - 54 45 - 90 4 cm 100 - 150...
  • Page 26 ENGLISH Food type Cooking Preparation Thickness / Core temp / Cooking time method level amount of cooking (min) food temp (°C) Eggs Sous Vide M - size 63 - 64 soft 45 - 70 65 - 67 medium 45 - 70 68 - 70 hard 45 - 70...
  • Page 27: Care And Cleaning

    To find the full range of cooker hoods 8.8 Hints and Tips for which work with this function refer to our Hob²Hood consumer website. The AEG cooker hoods that work with this function must When you operate the hob with the function: have the symbol •...
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting

    ENGLISH • Use a special scraper for the glass. a non-abrasive detergent. After cleaning, wipe the hob dry with a soft 9.2 Cleaning the hob cloth. • Remove shiny metallic • Remove immediately: melted plastic, discoloration: use a solution of water plastic foil, sugar and food with sugar, with vinegar and clean the glass otherwise, the dirt can cause damage...
  • Page 29 Problem Possible cause Remedy An acoustic signal sounds You put something on one Remove the object from the and the hob deactivates. or more sensor fields. sensor fields. An acoustic signal sounds when the hob is deactivated. The hob deactivates.
  • Page 30 ENGLISH Problem Possible cause Remedy Something covers the Food Remove anything that covers Sensor or the antenna on the antenna. Make sure you the hob surface, e.g. a piece place cookware in the centre of metal cutlery. of the cooking zone. Refer to "Hints and tips".
  • Page 31 Problem Possible cause Remedy Hob²Hood modes H1 - H6 There might be a problem Contact an Authorised Serv- operate, but the light is off. with the light bulb. ice Centre. There is no sound when you The sounds are deactivated.
  • Page 32: Technical Data

    Make sure, you operated the hob correctly. If not the 11. TECHNICAL DATA 11.1 Rating plate Model IAE84881XB PNC 949 597 484 00 Typ 62 D4A 01 CA 220 - 240 V / 400 V 2N 50 - 60 Hz Induction 7.35 kW...
  • Page 33: Energy Efficiency

    This document sets out the terms and 1. In this warranty: conditions of the product warranties a) ‘ACL’ or ‘Australian Consumer for AEG Appliances. It is an important Law’ means Schedule 2 to the document. Please keep it with your Competition and Consumer Act proof of purchase documents in a safe 2010;...
  • Page 34 ‘ASC’ means Electrolux’s become the property of Electrolux. authorised serviced centres; 5. Travel and transportation costs: d) ‘AEG’ is the brand controlled by Subject to clause 7, Electrolux will Electrolux Home Products Pty bear the reasonable cost of Ltd of 163 O’Riordan Street,...
  • Page 35 Appliance replacement or refund for a major was intended, including failure and for compensation for any where the Appliance has other reasonably foreseeable loss or been used for any non- damage. You are also entitled to domestic purpose;...
  • Page 36 ENGLISH FOR SERVICE FOR SPARE PARTS or to find the address of your nearest au- or to find the address of your nearest spare thorised service centre in New Zealand parts centre in New Zealand PLEASE CALL 0800 234 234 PLEASE CALL 0800 10 66 20 OR EMAIL OR EMAIL...
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