Miele H 4844 BP Operating And Installation Instructions

Miele H 4844 BP Operating And Installation Instructions

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Operating and Installation
H 4844 BP
H 4846 BP
en - US, CA
To prevent accidents
and machine damage,
read these instructions
installation or use.
M.-Nr. 07 964 200


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  • Page 1: Operating And Installation Instructions

    Operating and Installation Instructions Ovens H 4844 BP H 4846 BP en - US, CA To prevent accidents and machine damage, read these instructions before installation or use. M.-Nr. 07 964 200...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS....... . . 4 Guide to the oven..........8 Guide to the display.
  • Page 3 Contents Guide to the functions ..........27 Baking .
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS This appliance is intended for The appliance is intended for residential use only. domestic use only: cooking, baking, roasting, broiling, defrosting and Only use the appliance for its heating of food. intended purpose. It is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
  • Page 5: Oven Use

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Installation Oven use Before installation, make sure that WARNING: Ovens can produce the voltage and frequency listed on the high temperatures that can cause data plate correspond with the burns. household electrical supply. This data must correspond to prevent injury and Prevent children from touching the machine damage.
  • Page 6 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Caution: Heating elements may be This oven must only be used for hot even though they are not glowing. cooking. Do not use it as a dryer, kiln, During and after use, do not let clothing dehumidifier, etc. Fumes or vapors or other flammable materials come in given off by glues, plastics or contact with heating elements or interior...
  • Page 7 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS General notes It is recommended to cover all cooked food that is left in the oven to Do not use a steam cleaner to clean be kept warm. This will prevent the oven. Steam could penetrate moisture from condensing on the electrical components and cause a interior of the oven.
  • Page 8: Guide To The Oven

    Guide to the oven Function selector Display Touch controls "V", "OK", "W", "Timer" Temperature selector Self Clean door lock Door contact switch * Upper heating element Convection fan Light Non-tip, six level runners Data plate Oven door * This switch shuts off the heating element and convection fan when the door is opened during use.
  • Page 9: Guide To The Display

    Guide to the display Function selector Temperature selector The right-hand selector V °F W is used The left-hand selector is used to select the function. It can be turned clockwise or counter – select the temperature. clockwise. – enter times (as an alternative to using –...
  • Page 10: Touch Controls

    Guide to the display Touch controls The oven is operated by electronic touch controls. Every touch of the controls is confirmed by a tone. The tone can be turned off. See "Settings - P 4". OK – For calling up the functions in the display.
  • Page 11: Display

    Guide to the display Display Depending on the position of the function selector and/or touching of a control, the following symbols appear: I2:00 Temperature Time of day Duration End time System lock Temperature indicator Timer Hours Minutes Triangle V in the display When a control is touched, the symbols of functions which can be altered will light up in the display.
  • Page 12: Oven Accessories

    Oven accessories Wire rack The racks are to be slid into the runners on either side of the oven. They have non-tip safety notches which prevent them from being pulled out completely while the oven is in use. When inserting a rack, always check that the safety notches are at the rear of the oven.
  • Page 13: Locking The Oven

    Locking the oven System lock The oven is supplied with this setting deactivated as standard. To use it you first have to activate it. The system lock can be activated to prevent children from operating the oven or to conserve standby power when the oven will not be used for some time (e.g.
  • Page 14: Settings

    Settings The default oven settings can be changed in the function "Settings". In this function you can customize the oven to suit your preferences. Setting Status (* Factory setting) The time display is turned off. The display is dark when the function selector is Time in the "0ff"...
  • Page 15: Changing The Status Of A Setting

    Settings Changing the status of a setting ^ Select "Settings". "P I" appears in the display. The settings "P I" to "P 7" can be changed individually (see table). ^ Continue touching the "V" or "W" control until the desired setting number appears in the display.
  • Page 16: Before Using The Oven

    Before using the oven To set the time of day for the first time Before the oven can be used, you will need to set the time of day. The time can only be entered when the function selector is at "0ff". In the display: I2:00 –...
  • Page 17: Heat The Oven

    Before using the oven Heat the oven New ovens may have a slight odor during the first few uses. To eliminate the odor quickly, the oven should be operated at a high temperature for 2 hours. Before heating the oven for the first time remove (if present) –...
  • Page 18: Operation

    Operation Selecting a function ^ Place the food in the oven. ^ Select the function you want (e.g. Convection Bake) with function selector. The following will appear in the display: – "325" ("160") - the recommended temperature, – the temperature indicator 3, –...
  • Page 19: Adjusting The Oven Temperature

    Operation Adjusting the oven temperature As soon as a cooking function is selected, the recommended temperature will appear in the display. If your recipe requires a temperature which is different from the recommended temperature you can use the temperature selector to change it within the given range.
  • Page 20: Pre-Heating, "Rapid Heat" Function

    Operation Pre-heating, "Rapid Heat" function For proper cooking results, most recipes call for a preheated oven. After a temperature has been selected, the rising temperature can be viewed in the display. To pre-heat the oven: ^ Select "Rapid Heat" and set a temperature.
  • Page 21: Delay Start

    Operation Delay Start This option allows you to turn cooking processes automatically off or on and off. The maximum duration which can be set is 12 hours. Duration ^ Place the food in the oven. ^ Select the required function and set the temperature.
  • Page 22: End Time

    Operation End time The desired end time allows you to set the actual time you would like cooking to complete. For example: The time now is 10:45; you want a dish with a cooking duration of 90 minutes to be ready at 1:30. ^ Place the food in the oven.
  • Page 23: At The End Of Cooking

    Operation The oven heating, lighting and cooling fan will switch off. The End time will now show in the display as long as the triangle is not moved to under another symbol. ^ Use the temperature selector or the I:30 "W"...
  • Page 24: To Check And Change An Entered Time

    Operation To check and change an entered time It is possible to check or change times entered for a cooking program at any time by calling up the relevant symbol with the "V" or "W" controls. To change the time, touch the "OK" control and whilst triangle V is flashing, change the entry with the temperature selector or the "V"...
  • Page 25: Setting The Timer

    Setting the timer Setting the timer The timer can be used to time any activity in the kitchen and can be set independently of a cooking function. A maximum time of 99 minutes and 59 seconds can be selected. 0:00 To set a timer: ^ Touch the "Timer"...
  • Page 26: Setting The Clock

    Setting the clock ^ Turn the function selector to "Off". ^ Touch the "OK" control twice. ^ Use the temperature selector or the "V" or "W" control to enter the hour first of all. ^ Touch the "OK" control. ^ Now use the temperature selector or the "V"...
  • Page 27: Guide To The Functions

    Guide to the functions...
  • Page 28: Baking

    Baking Baking functions For baking you can use: – Surround – Bake – Convention Bake – Intensive Baking tips The roasting pan does not need to be greased or covered with parchment paper. The PerfectClean enamel finish prevents spillovers from baking onto and into the surface.
  • Page 29 Baking Surround Default temperature . . . 375 °F (190 °C) The "Surround" function is a premium conventional baking mode. The oven heats with both the upper and lower heating elements without the convection fan. Use this function for: – souffles, meringues, –...
  • Page 30 Baking Bake Default temperature . . . 375 °F (190 °C) The "Bake" function works by heating food from below. This is similar to the "bake mode" of a conventional oven. Use this function for: – boxed cake mixes, – baked apples, –...
  • Page 31: Convection Bake

    Baking Convection Bake Default temperature . . . 325 °F (160 °C) This function actively circulates heated air throughout the oven cavity for a consistent baking temperature. Use this function for: – cookies, cakes, – quick breads, – yeast breads, –...
  • Page 32 Baking Intensive Default temperature . . . 325 °F (160 °C) The "Intensive" function generates heat from the lower heating element. The oven’s fan gently circulates the heated air to create a brick oven (convection) environment. Use this function for: –...
  • Page 33: Roasting

    Roasting Roasting functions For baking you can use: – Convention Bake – Surround Roasting tips – The larger the cut of meat to be roasted, the lower the temperature should be. The roasting process will take a little longer, but the meat will be cooked evenly and the outside will become crisp.
  • Page 34 Roasting Convection Bake Default temperature . . . 325 °F (160 °C) This function can also be used for roasting. It actively circulates heated air throughout the oven cavity for a consistent baking temperature. Use this function for: – poultry (whole birds), –...
  • Page 35 Roasting Surround Default temperature . . . 375 °F (190 °C) "Surround" is a conventional roasting program for traditional recipes. Use this function for: – pot roast, – brisket, – stew. The recommended position is the 2 runner from the bottom.
  • Page 36: Broiling

    Broiling Broiling functions For broiling you can use: – Broil – Maxi Broil – Convection Broil Broiling tips – To ensure even cooking, it is best to broil foods of a similar thickness at the same time. Most items should be turned halfway through broiling.
  • Page 37 Broiling Broil Default temperature . . . 500 °F (260 °C) Only the inner part of the upper heating element is used for a smaller area of intense heat from above. This function is excellent for broiling or searing small quantities.
  • Page 38: Maxi Broil

    Broiling Maxi Broil Default temperature . . . 500 °F (260 °C) The entire upper heating element is used for intense heating from above. This function gives excellent browning and searing results. Use this function for: – chops, ribs, – large quantities of meat, –...
  • Page 39: Convection Broil

    Broiling Convection Broil Default temperature . . . 400 °F (200 °C) Hot air from the upper heating element is distributed over the food by the fan. This enables a lower temperature than conventional broiling to be used. Use this function for: –...
  • Page 40: Dehydrate

    Dehydrate You can use "Convection Bake" with a temperature of 175 °F (80 °C) for dehydrating fruits, vegetables and herbs. A consistent low temperature and the fan maintain the ideal conditions for the long dehydration process. For best results, blot food with a paper towel before dehydrating.
  • Page 41: Proof

    Proof You can use "Convection Bake" with a temperature of 125 °F (50 °C) The warm environment will allow you to effectively proof dough. The low temperature is perfect for yeast to rise. Place the dough in a large bowl on the oven rack positioned at the lowest runner level.
  • Page 42: Defrost

    Defrost You can use this function to defrost food at room temperature. With selecting this function, the time of day appears in the display. Defrosting times depend on the type and weight of the food, and at what temperature it was deep-frozen. Defrosting tips –...
  • Page 43: Cleaning

    Cleaning Front of appliance Glass cleaners may be used to It is best to clean spills from the front clean the exterior. However do not of the appliance immediately. Spills allow them to sit or "puddle", this can that remain longer may cause the cause damage to the surface.
  • Page 44: Perfectclean

    Cleaning PerfectClean The revolutionary PerfectClean enamel is a smooth, nonstick surface that cleans easily with a sponge. The following have been treated with "PerfectClean": – roasting pan, – wire rack. ^ Do not clean items with PerfectClean in a dishwasher. Dishwasher detergents may damage the enamel.
  • Page 45: Cleaning The Oven Cavity By Hand

    Cleaning Cleaning the oven cavity by hand Danger of burns! Allow the oven to cool before cleaning. To make cleaning easier – remove the oven door, – remove the runners, – lower the upper heating element. ^ Clean the oven surfaces with a solution of hot water, liquid dish soap and a sponge or soft nylon brush.
  • Page 46: Removing The Oven Door

    Cleaning Removing the oven door Please note: The oven door is quite heavy. It should be gripped firmly at the sides when being removed or refitted. ^ Open the door fully. ^ Flip up the locking clamps on each door hinge. ^ Slowly shut the door until the protruding clamps stop the movement.
  • Page 47: Removing The Runners

    Cleaning Refitting the oven door ^ Insert the door onto the hinges and open the door completely. ^ Flip the locking clamps down. Be sure that the locking clamps are flipped down when the door is reinstalled. Otherwise, on closing the door, the hinges could work loose from the guide holes and cause damage.
  • Page 48: Lowering The Upper Heating Element

    Cleaning Lowering the upper heating element ^ First remove the runners. ^ Loosen the wing nut. ^ Gently lower the upper heating element. Do not use force to lower it, as this could cause damage. ^ Reassemble in the reverse order, ensuring all parts are correctly in place.
  • Page 49: Self Cleaning

    Self Cleaning "Self Clean" function In the self cleaning function, the oven is heated to very high temperatures burning off any residue on the oven interior. The duration of the "Self Clean" function will depend on the amount of soiling in the oven.
  • Page 50 Self Cleaning Before starting the "Self Clean" function: – Remove large pieces of debris and any puddles of grease from the oven interior. Debris and grease can ignite at high temperatures. – Remove all accessories, but the side runners, from the oven.
  • Page 51 Self Cleaning If desired, you can set a finish time for The "SELF CLEAN" function will stop, the "Self Clean" process during the first five minutes after starting the program. To do this: – if the function selector is turned to "0ff".
  • Page 52: Changing The Light Bulb

    Changing the light bulb To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect this appliance from the power supply by shutting off the power main or tripping the circuit breaker. Changing the light bulb ^ Remove the runners. ^ Spread a dishtowel on the oven floor to protect the enamel, in case the light cover falls.
  • Page 53 Changing the light bulb ^ Replace the halogen bulb. Only use the following light bulb: 12 V, 10 W, 572 °F (300 °C) heat resistant, socket G4, type 64418 made by Osram. Do not touch the new light bulb with your fingers;...
  • Page 54: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions Repairs should only be carried out by a qualified and trained person in accordance with local and national safety regulations. Unauthorized repairs could cause personal injury or machine damage. What if the oven does not heat? Possible fault Solution The system lock is activated.
  • Page 55: Technical Service

    Miele’s Service department, Extended Service Contracts offered by other providers for Miele products will not be recognized by Miele. Our goal here is to prevent unauthorized (and untrained) service personnel from working on your Miele products, possibly doing further damage to them, you and/or your home.
  • Page 56: Optional Accessories

    Optional accessories The following accessories are available for purchase from your Local Miele Dealer or from Miele. Gourmet Pizza form This circular form is suitable for cooking fresh or frozen pizzas, flat cakes, tarts, and baked desserts. Gourmet Baking stone...
  • Page 57 Optional accessories Gourmet Casserole Dish Lid The lid is available in two sizes (large: HBD 60-35, small HBD 60-22). Anti-splash insert The anti-splash insert may be placed in the roasting pan to reduce splattering of drippings from meat or poultry. The anti-splash insert is coated with PerfectClean enamel and can be easily cleaned with a sponge and dish soap.
  • Page 59: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions Information is subject to change. Please refer to our website to obtain the most current product specification, technical & warranty information.
  • Page 60: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing Disposal of an old appliance materials Old appliances may contain materials that can be recycled. Please contact The cardboard box and packing your local recycling authority about the materials protect the appliance during possibility of recycling these materials.
  • Page 61: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection Power supply CAUTION: Before servicing, The oven is equipped with a 6 ft. disconnect the power supply by (1.8 m) flexible power cord consisting either removing the fuse, shutting off of 4 wires ready for connection to a the power main or manually dedicated 3 pole, 4 wire grounded "tripping"...
  • Page 62: Appliance And Cut-Out Dimensions

    Appliance and Cut-out Dimensions Miele appliances can be installed flush or proud. Discuss your installation requirements with your architect, designer and installer.
  • Page 63 Appliance and Cut-out Dimensions Vent cut-out (min. 24" / 150 cm ) possible at rear or platform of cabinet Cut-out for power cord (min. 1" / 3 cm Power cord For the most current specifications see the Miele web site.
  • Page 64: Installing The Oven

    Installing the oven The oven must be installed into cabinetry and be supported from underneath. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Certain cabinet materials and finishes are very sensitive to high temperatures. To eliminate the risk of damage to surrounding cabinets, a 24 square inch (2"x12") [150 cm minimum opening must exist in the cabinet to allow air to flow into and around the appliance.
  • Page 65 Installing the oven ^ Slowly shut the door until the protruding clamps stop the movement. Pull the door upward. ^ Connect the oven to the electrical supply. ^ Slide the oven into the cabinet and align. ^ Reinstall the door. ^ Open the oven door and locate the two mounting screw holes in the oven frame.
  • Page 66: Set The Time

    Installing the oven Set the time Before the oven can be used, you will need to set the time of day. The time can only be entered when the function selector is at "Off". In the display: I2:00 – the clock symbol "m" will light up, –...

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