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  • Page 1 KME861000M User Manual Microwave combi-oven KMK861000B KMK861000M USER MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    13. ENERGY EFFICIENCY..................... 38 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 ENGLISH manufacturer is not responsible for any injuries or damage that are the result of incorrect installation or 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 •...
  • Page 4 Before carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the • appliance from the power supply. WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off • before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock. Do not use the appliance before installing it in the •...
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    ENGLISH warming pads, slippers, sponges, damp cloth and similar may lead to risk of injury, ignition or fire. If smoke is emitted, switch off or unplug the appliance • and keep the door closed in order to stifle any flames. Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed •...
  • Page 6 • Connect the mains plug to the mains socket only at the end of the Width of the back of 559 mm installation. Make sure that there is the appliance access to the mains plug after the installation. Depth of the appli- 567 mm •...
  • Page 7 ENGLISH • Do not put flammable products or • Make sure the appliance is cold. items that are wet with flammable There is the risk that the glass panels products in, near or on the appliance. can break. • Do not use microwave function to •...
  • Page 8: Product Description

    • Disconnect the appliance from the • Remove the door catch to prevent mains supply. children or pets from becoming • Cut off the mains electrical cable trapped in the appliance. close to the appliance and dispose of 3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 3.1 General overview...
  • Page 9: Operating The Appliance

    ENGLISH 4. OPERATING THE APPLIANCE 4.1 Control panel Function Comment On / Off To turn the appliance on and off. Display Shows the current settings of the appliance. To adjust the settings and navigate through the menu. Press to turn the appliance on. Hold the rotary knob to turn on the setting screen.
  • Page 10: Before First Use

    A. Microwave power F. Duration time and End time of a B. Reminder function C. Up Timer G. Menu D. Heating function and temperature E. Options or Time of Day 5. BEFORE FIRST USE Put the accessories and the removable...
  • Page 11 ENGLISH Heating function Application Preserving To preserve vegetables (e.g., pickles). Drying To dry sliced fruit, vegetables and mushrooms. Dough Proving To rise the yeast dough before baking. Bread Baking Use this function to prepare bread and bread rolls with professional-like result in terms of crispiness, colour and crust gloss.
  • Page 12 Heating function Application Microwave Microwave heating at medium-low power (100 - 600 W). To heat pre-prepared meals. To cook vegetables and fish. Microwave Max Microwave heating at high power (700 - 1000 W). Creates the heat directly in the food. To heat drinks and soups.
  • Page 13 ENGLISH Submenu for: Basic Settings Submenu Description Child Lock When the Child Lock is on, the oven cannot be activa- ted accidentally. You can activate and deactivate this function via Basic Setting Menu. Once activated, Child Lock appears on the display when you turn on the oven. To enable the oven use, choose the code letters with the rotary knob in the following order: A B C.
  • Page 14 Submenu Description Factory Settings Reset to factory settings. Submenu for: Assisted Cooking Meat Game Venison Saddle Every dish in this submenu has a proposed function, microwave power Haunch and temperature. You can change those settings manually. Hare Saddle For some of the dishes You can also choose way of cooking: •...
  • Page 15 ENGLISH Dish Dish Oven dishes Lasagne Fresh Potato gratin Rolls Frozen Pasta bake Pre-baked Vegetables au gra- Food Category: Desserts / Baking Dish Food Category: Savoury baking Cake in tin Almond Dish cake Fresh Thin Apple pie Thick Brioche Frozen Thin Cheesecake Pizza...
  • Page 16 Dish Dish Cake in tray Apple stru- Small pastry Cakes, small del, frozen Cream puffs Brownies Eclairs Cheesecake Macaroons Christmas Muffins stollen Pastry strips Crumble cake Puff pastry Fruit flan Short pastry Short pastry biscuits Sponge dough Casserole, sweet...
  • Page 17: Clock Functions

    ENGLISH 7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS 7.1 Timer Settings Clock function Application Up Timer Automatically monitors how long the func- tion operates. The visibility of the Up Timer can be turned on and off. Duration To set the length of an operation. End Time To set the switch-off time for a heating func- tion.
  • Page 18: Additional Functions

    Small indentation at the top increase safety. The indentations are also anti-tip devices. The high rim around the shelf prevents cookware from slipping of the shelf. Wire shelf and baking tray / deep pan together: Push the baking tray / deep pan between the guide bars of the shelf support and the wire shelf on the guide bars above.
  • Page 19 ENGLISH 10.1 Cooking Do not overcook the dishes by setting the power and time too high. The food recommendations can dry out, burn or cause fire. Your oven may bake or roast differently Do not use the oven to cook eggs or to the oven you had before.
  • Page 20 Cookware / Material Ceramic and earthenware with- out any quartz or metal com- ponents and glazes which con- tain metal Ceramic, porcelain and earth- enware with unglazed bottom or with small holes, e.g. on handles Heat-resistant plastic up to 200 °C (please always check the...
  • Page 21: Tips On Baking

    ENGLISH cover it with a wet towel or plastic foil. Cakes and pastries at different heights Set function: Dough Proving and the do not always brown equally. There is no cooking time. need to change the temperature setting if an unequal browning occurs. The 10.5 Baking differences equalize during baking.
  • Page 22 BAKING IN TINS (°C) (min) Sponge cake Conventional 35 - 50 Cooking Flan base - short pastry, True Fan Cooking 170 - 180 10 - 25 preheat the empty oven Flan base - sponge cake True Fan Cooking 150 - 170...
  • Page 23 ENGLISH CAKE / PASTRIES / BREADS ON BAKING TRAYS Preheat the empty oven. (°C) (min) Buttered almond cake / Conventional 190 - 210 20 - 30 Sugar cakes Cooking Fruit flans (made of True Fan Cooking 150 - 160 35 - 55 yeast dough / sponge cake mixture) Fruit flans (made of...
  • Page 24 BISCUITS (°C) (min) Puff pastries, preheat True Fan Cooking 170 - 180 20 - 30 the empty oven Rolls, preheat the empty Conventional 190 - 210 10 - 25 oven Cooking Small cakes, preheat the True Fan Cooking 20 - 35...
  • Page 25 ENGLISH 10.10 Roasting tables Set power for 200 W unless specified otherwise. Use the first shelf position. BEEF (°C) (min) Pot roast 1 - 1.5 kg Conventional 60 - 80 Cooking PORK Use the function: Grill + Fan. (kg) (°C) (min) Shoulder / Neck / Ham 1 - 1.5...
  • Page 26 LAMB Use the function: Grill + Fan. (kg) (°C) (min) Lamb leg / Roast 1 - 1.5 150 - 170 50 - 70 lamb POULTRY Use the function: Grill + Fan. (kg) (°C) (min) Poultry, portions 0.2 - 0.25 each piece...
  • Page 27 ENGLISH DISHES Use the function: True Fan Cooking. (°C) (min) Sweet dishes 160 - 180 20 - 35 Savoury dishes with cooked ingredients 400 - 600 160 - 180 20 - 45 (noodles, vegetables) Savoury dishes with raw ingredients (pota- 400 - 600 160 - 180 30 - 45...
  • Page 28: Slow Cooking

    10.12 Bread Baking Preheating is not recommended. BREAD BREAD Use the second shelf position. Use the second shelf position. (°C) (min) Wholemeal bread 180 - 200 50 - 70 (°C) (min) Whole grain bread 170 - 190 60 - 90...
  • Page 29 ENGLISH between 80 °C and 150 °C for the 4. After 10 minutes, the oven first 10 minutes. The default is 90 °C. automatically lowers the temperature to 80 °C. Use the first shelf position. (kg) (°C) (min) Roast beef 1 - 1.5 120 - 150 Beef fillet...
  • Page 30 10.16 Preserving Use only preserve jars of the same dimensions available on the market. STONE FRUIT Do not use jars with twist-off and bayonet type lids or metal tins. Use the first shelf position. (min) (min) Cooking Continue Put no more than six one-litre preserve jars on the baking tray.
  • Page 31: Microwave Cooking

    ENGLISH Use the third shelf position. (°C) Mushrooms 50 - 60 6 - 8 Herbs 40 - 50 2 - 3 Plums 60 - 70 8 - 10 Apricots 60 - 70 8 - 10 Apple slices 60 - 70 6 - 8 Pears 60 - 70...
  • Page 32 Set power for 100 W unless specified (kg) (min) Standing otherwise. Set 30°C for the function: time (min) Defrost. Whole fish 10 - 15 5 - 10 Fish fillet 12 - 15 5 - 10 Set power for 100 W.
  • Page 33 ENGLISH REHEATING (min) Standing time (min) Milk 200 ml 1000 1 - 1:30 Water 200 ml 1000 1:30 - 2 Sauce 200 ml 1 - 3 Soup 300 ml 3 - 5 Ready frozen meals 0.5 kg 10 - 15 2 - 5 Convenience food 0.5 kg...
  • Page 34 Turn the food halfway through the cooking time. Use the first shelf posi- (kg) (°C) (min) tion unless specified otherwise. Potato gratin True Fan Cooking + MW 180 - 35 - 45 Cake, use the second Conventional Cooking +...
  • Page 35 ENGLISH 10.20 Information for test institutes Tests according to IEC 60705. Use wire shelf unless otherwise specified. MICROWAVE FUNCTION (kg) (min) Sponge cake 0.475 Bottom 7 - 9 Turn container around by 1/4, halfway through the cooking time. Meatloaf 25 - 32 Turn container around by 1/4, halfway through...
  • Page 36: Care And Cleaning

    11. CARE AND CLEANING WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. 11.1 Notes on cleaning Clean the front of the oven with a soft cloth with warm water and a mild cleaning agent. To clean metal surfaces, use a dedicated cleaning agent.
  • Page 37: Troubleshooting

    ENGLISH The top lamp 2. Clean the glass cover. 3. Replace the lamp with a suitable 300 1. Turn the lamp glass cover to remove °C heat-resistant lamp. 4. Install the glass cover. 12. TROUBLESHOOTING WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. 12.1 What to do if...
  • Page 38: Energy Efficiency

    Problem Possible cause Remedy Steam and condensation You left the dish in the oven Do not leave the dishes in settle on the food and in the for too long. the oven for longer than 15 - cavity of the oven.
  • Page 39: Environmental Concerns

    ENGLISH 14. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS appliances marked with the symbol Recycle materials with the symbol with the household waste. Return the Put the packaging in relevant containers product to your local recycling facility or to recycle it. Help protect the contact your municipal office. environment and human health by recycling waste of electrical and electronic appliances.
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