Zanussi ZVEEM6X3 User Manual
Zanussi ZVEEM6X3 User Manual

Zanussi ZVEEM6X3 User Manual

Microwave combi-oven


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  • Page 1 EN User Manual | Microwave combi-oven ZVEEM6X3 ZVEIM6KN ZVEKM6KN ZVEKM6XN ZVENM6K3 ZVENM6X3 ZVEWM6X3\register...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Welcome to Zanussi! Thank you for choosing our appliance. Get usage advice, brochures, trouble shooter, service and repair information: Subject to change without notice. CONTENTS 1. SAFETY INFORMATION................2 2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................5 3. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION................8 4. CONTROL PANEL..................9 5.
  • Page 3 be kept away from the appliance unless continuously supervised. • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. • Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of it appropriately. • WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use.
  • Page 4 • Always use oven gloves to remove or insert accessories or ovenware. • Do not activate the microwave function when the appliance is empty. Metal parts inside the cavity can create electric arcing. • Metallic containers for food and beverages are not allowed during microwave cooking.
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    • Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should not be heated in the appliance since they may explode, even after microwave heating has ended. • To remove the shelf supports first pull the front of the shelf support and then the rear end away from the side walls. Install the shelf supports in the opposite sequence.
  • Page 6 2.3 Use Mains supply cable length. 1500 mm Cable is placed in the right WARNING! corner of the back side Risk of injury, burns and electric shock or Mounting screws 3.5x25 mm explosion. 2.2 Electrical connection • Do not change the specification of this appliance.
  • Page 7 • Always cook with the appliance door temperature drop may cause immediate closed. breakage of the glass. Broken glass • If the appliance is installed behind a pieces may be extremely sharp and furniture panel (e.g. a door) make sure the difficult to locate.
  • Page 8: Product Description

    2.8 Disposal • Disconnect the appliance from the mains supply. • Cut off the mains electrical cable close to WARNING! the appliance and dispose of it. Risk of injury or suffocation. • Remove the door catch to prevent children or pets from becoming trapped in the •...
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    Microwave bottom glass plate To prepare food in microwave mode. 4. CONTROL PANEL 4.1 Retractable knobs functions to the off position to turn the appliance off. To use the appliance press the knob. The knob comes out. 4.2 Control panel overview Select a heating function to turn on the appliance.
  • Page 10: Before First Use

    5. BEFORE FIRST USE WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. 5.1 Initial cleaning Before the first use, clean the empty appliance and set the time: 00:00 Set the time. Press 6. DAILY USE WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. 6.1 How to set: Heating functions Step 1 Turn the knob for the heating functions and select a heating function.
  • Page 11 MICROWAVE POWER MAXIMUM TIME 100 - 600 59:55 >600 If you open the door, the microwave function stops. To start it again, close the door. Press 6.3 How to set: Microwave combi functions Step 1 Remove all accessories. Insert microwave bottom glass plate. Put the food on the microwave bottom glass plate. Step 2 Turn the knob for the heating functions and select the function: The display shows: temperature and microwave power.
  • Page 12 Heating function Application To roast large pieces of meat on one level. To make gratins and to brown.The func‐ tion with MW boost, power range: 100 - 600 W. Turbo Grilling + MW Baking on one shelf position.The function with MW boost, power range: 100 - 600 W. True Fan Cooking + Defrosting meat, fish, cakes, power range: 100 - 200 W Defrost...
  • Page 13 Legend Heating Description function Preheat the appliance before you start cooking. Frozen To make convenience food Foods crispy, e.g. french fries, pota‐ Shelf level. to wedges or spring rolls. Conventional Baking and roasting food on Cooking + one shelf position. The func‐ Heating Description tion with MW boost, power...
  • Page 14 Dish Weight Shelf level / Accessory Pork roast neck or 1.5 kg 1; ceramic or glass casserole dish on wire shelf, shoulder MW suitable Use your favourite spices. Turn the meat after half of the cooking time. Pulled pork (slow 1.5 - 2 kg 1;...
  • Page 15 Dish Weight Shelf level / Accessory Cheesecake 28 cm springform tin on wire shelf Apple cake 2; baking tray Apple tart 1; pie form on wire shelf Apple pie 22 cm pie form on wire shelf Brownies 2 kg of dough 2;...
  • Page 16: Clock Functions

    7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS 7.1 Clock functions Clock Function Application When the timer ends, the signal sounds. Minute minder When the timer ends, the signal sounds and the heating function stops. Cooking time To postpone the start and / or end of cooking. Time Delay Maximum is 23 h 59 min.
  • Page 17: Using The Accessories

    How to set: Cooking time Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 The display shows: 0:00 Choose a heating Press repeatedly: function and set the Set the cooking time. Press: temperature. Timer starts counting down immediately. How to set: Time Delay Step 1 Step 2 Step 3...
  • Page 18: Additional Functions

    Wire shelf: Push the shelf between the guide bars of the shelf support and make sure that the feet point down. Baking tray: Push the tray between the guide bars of the shelf support. Microwave bottom glass plate: Use the microwave bottom glass plate only with microwave function.
  • Page 19: Hints And Tips

    9.2 Automatic switch-off For safety reasons, if the heating function is (°C) active and no settings are changed, the 200 - 230 appliance will turn off automatically after a certain period of time. The Automatic switch-off does not work with the functions: Light, Time Delay.
  • Page 20 a defrosting rack or plastic sieve so that the To cook fruit and vegetables without defrosting liquid can leak out. defrosting them first, you can use a higher microwave power. Remove defrosted pieces subsequently. 10.3 Microwave suitable cookware and materials For the microwave use only suitable cookware and materials.
  • Page 21 700 - 1000 W Searing at the start of the cooking process Heating liquids 500 - 600 W Defrosting and Cooking egg Heating one-plate Cooking vegetables Simmering stews heating frozen dishes meals meals 300 - 400 W Melting cheese, Cooking / Heating deli‐ Simmering rice Heating baby food Continuing cooking...
  • Page 22: Care And Cleaning

    Microwave Combi function Use the wire shelf. °C Cake, 0.7 kg Conventional 23 - 27 Turn container around Cooking + MW by 1/4, halfway through the cooking time. Potato gra‐ True Fan 38 - 42 Turn container around tin, 1.1 kg Cooking + MW by 1/4, halfway through the cooking time.
  • Page 23: Troubleshooting

    Step 1 Turn off the oven and wait until it is cold. Step 2 Carefully pull the shelf supports up and out of the front catch. Step 3 Pull the front end of the shelf support away from the side wall. Step 4 Pull the supports out of the rear catch.
  • Page 24: Energy Efficiency

    The appliance does not turn on or does not heat up Problem Check if... You cannot activate or operate the appliance. The appliance is correctly connected to an electrical supply. The appliance does not heat up. The automatic switch-off is deactivated. The appliance does not heat up.
  • Page 25: Menu Structure

    Cooking with fan Use the residual heat to warm up other When possible, use the cooking functions dishes. with fan to save energy. Keep food warm Residual heat Choose the lowest possible temperature The fan and lamp continue to operate. When setting to use residual heat and keep a meal you turn off the appliance, the display shows warm.
  • Page 26: Environmental Concerns

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