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Electrolux 267752 Installation, Operation And Maintenance Manual page 25

Gas steam/convection ovens
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Active Maintaining Cycle phase.
Add Maintaining Cycle (70°C): for slow and prolonged
cooking, typically for meat (large cuts). Activated at the
end of cooking.
Combinable with all cycles.
SPECIAL CYCLES
Regeneration cycle: produces the optimum humidity
for fast heating of products to be regenerated. Ideal
cycle for heating and regenerating complete menus,
single or multiple portions (e.g. banqueting) in pans or
single dishes. Also ideal for regenerating stale bread.
Low Temperature: low temperature cooking cycle to
obtain tender and evenly cooked food.
Proving: Ideal cycle for raising baking products, buns,
pizzas and various doughs.
VARIOUS AND COMMON FUNCTIONS
Manual draining of steam generator water: press
the button to drain water from the steam generator.
6.1 STEAM GENERATOR PERIODICAL
(See
MAINTENANCE
)
Attention! In order to prevent excessive scaling
in the steam generator, make sure to:
 respect the parameters regarding the water
supply – see installation;
 always drain the generator at the end of each
day.
Compartment preheating: indicates that the oven is
preheating the compartment (please wait).
This phase can be skipped in MANUAL mode but not
in AUTOMATIC mode.
SKIP PHASE: the next foreseen phase can be skipped
for particular types of cooking.
- Compartment preheating (excluding AUTOMATIC)
- Low temperature phases (PREHEAT, SEARING)
Skip PHASES in Multiphase: one or more phases
can be skipped during cooking with Multiphase.
Confi rm
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Cancel space (Backspace)
Find Program
Custom
Upload data in oven from USB port
Download data from oven on USB port
Restore oven confi guration to default values (Reset)
The drawer is an expansion located inside several environments of
the menu and contains options that are useful in some functions.
Technical assistance
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Drawer

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