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  • Page 1 user manual Cooker EKC60752...
  • Page 3 You've chosen a first class product from Electrolux, which hopefully will provide you with lots of pleasure in the future. Electrolux ambition is to offer a wide variety of quality products that would make your life even more comfortable. You can look at some examples on the cover in this manual.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety ..................4 Installation ................6 Changing plinth height..........6 Adjusting the level ............ 7 Anti-tip guard ............8 Electrical connections..........9 Base trim ..............9 Safety functions ..............10 Child safety features ..........10 Function lock............10 The cooling fan............11 The door lock............11 Description of product ...........12 The cooker .............12 The oven ..............12...
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Cooker development has progressed rapidly. You cannot always use your new cooker in the same way as your old one. For this reason, you should read the instructions carefully and familiarise yourself with your new cooker and what it can do. The cooker is intended for normal household use.
  • Page 6 power supply to the cooker and contact damage to the hob. Be careful, the blade Service for repairs. scraper is extremely sharp. Never place metal objects such as Maintenance and service lids, knives and spoons on the hob. They Turn all knobs to zero before replacing a become hot if a heating zone is switched defective oven light bulb.
  • Page 7: Installation

    Installation Any work required on the cooker must be carried out by a QUALIFIED . The cooker is heavy. Edges EXPERT and corners, with which you do not normally come into contact, can be sharp. SE GLOVES WHEN MOVING THE COOKER When delivered, the cooker is adjusted to a bench height of 900 mm (35.4").
  • Page 8: Adjusting The Level

    Adjusting the height of the base If you wish to adjust the height, please read the following points before you start. 1 Lay down the cooker gently ). Use, for example, SEE ILLUSTRATION the polystyrene from the packaging between the cooker and the floor as protection.
  • Page 9: Anti-Tip Guard

    The anti-tip guard The anti-tip guard must be fitted to prevent the cooker from tipping over with abnormal loads. The anti-tip guard only works when the cooker has been pushed into place. Check that the anti-tip guard HOW YOU FIX THE ANTI TIP GUARD projects at least 20 mm (0.8") TO THE COOKER...
  • Page 10: Electrical Connections

    Electrical connections Any work required on the cooker must be carried out by a QUALIFIED EXPERT Any work carried out by non-qualified people can mean poorer cooker performance and result in personal injury and/or damage to property. The electrical installation is to include a device whereby it is possible to separate all the poles of the equipment from the power supply, with a contact opening of at least...
  • Page 11: Safety Functions

    Safety features Function lock As security to prevent unauthorised use of the hob. ENGAGING THE FUNCTION LOCK 1. Press the On/Off button 2. Press until a signal sounds 3. Then press an optional symbol The function lock is now engaged. is shown in the display if the hob turns on.
  • Page 12: The Cooling Fan

    The cooling fan The cooker is fitted with a cooling fan. The purpose of the fan is to keep the appliance cool. The cooling fan starts automatically when the oven is used. When only the hob is used, the fan has a delayed start. When the cooker is switched off, the fan stops automatically when oven temperature has decreased to 120...
  • Page 13: Description Of Product

    Description of product Cooker 1 Ceramic hob 2 Control panel 3 Oven 4 Storage drawer 5 Plinth Oven 1 Top heat element 2 Heating element 3 Oven lighting, 40W 4 Meat probe socket 5 Fan cover 6 Oven lighting, 25W 7 Fan heating element 8 Bottom heat 9 Oven shelf runners, removable...
  • Page 14: The Cooker

    Before using for the first time Setting the clock When the power to the oven is connected, a clock symbol flashes until you have set the time on the clock. SET THE TIME LIKE THIS 1 Press to set the right time. 2 To change time already set, press On/Off .
  • Page 15: Heat The Oven Emty

    Heat the oven emty Keep children under supervision! The cooker becomes very hot. Do not forget to remove all packing material from inside the oven. The oven must be burnt off before it is used for the first time. This is done as follows: 1 Open the oven door and remove all the accessories from the oven cavity.
  • Page 16: Removable Telescopic Runners

    Telescopic runners To prevent scratches during transport, the telescopic runners are covered with a protective coating when delivered. This coating must be removed from the runners before they are used, otherwise it can burn fast and damage the rails. Note! Make sure that the cooker anti- tip guard is fitted, see page 8 The telescopic runners replace the ordinary oven step units that are fitted in the cooker...
  • Page 17 Using grids, baking plates and roasting pan It is important for the oven grid, the shelves and the roasting pan to be fixed between the stops in the front and rear edges of the rails to prevent them from falling off the rails. Place the baking plate/roasting pan/grid in the rear edge and fix against the front edge.
  • Page 18: Using The Ceramic Hob

    Using the ceramic hob The hob can not be used if the oven is not switched on, see page 33. The hob has four heating zones with: • on the right rear zone. SIZE • which provides A SWIVEL WINDOW information about the zone.
  • Page 19 Never use a cracked plate or an oven with a cracked timer glass. Liquids could, if they boil over, or during cleaning, penetrate down into the live electrical components. Turn off the power supply to the cooker and contact Service for repairs. Never lay metal objects such as lids, knives and spoons on the hob.
  • Page 20 Changing zone size Press for the cookingzone you want to use and choose the disered heating setting with 1 Press for the cookingzone you want to use, the indication lamp for the doublezone function lights. 2 Choose desired setting between 1 and 9.
  • Page 21 Residual heat warner After one or more heating zones have been switched off, the digital display shows the residual heat (“Hot”) for the respective cooking zone. Even after the hob has been switched off, the display does not go out until the cooking zones have cooled down.
  • Page 22 In order to save both time and energy the bottom of a pan or frying-pan • must cover the zone completely. But if the bottom is too small, then boil- over can easily stick to the plate. • must be smooth or finely patterned. •...
  • Page 23: Touch Panel

    Touch panel 1. Cooking zone indicators/Timer function 2.Timer display 3. Doublezone is in use 4. On/Off with power indicator 5. Display 6. Stop + Go 7. Timer 8. Lock 9. Heat setting selection Digital display Each of the cooking zones has a display which shows: •...
  • Page 24: Touch Panel Functions

    Touch panel functions In order to activate a function, hold one finger on the desired area until the associated control lamp lights up or goes out and the desired function is activated. Switching on the hob If the hob is to work, the oven must be switched on.
  • Page 25 Selection of heat retention All four cooking zones are fitted with a heat retention setting Use area to set the heat retention position Choose Stop+Go The Stop+Go function switches all the connected cooking zones to heat retention setting at the same time and then back to the earlier heating setting.
  • Page 26 Cooking/roasting with Automax This is how you activate the function. NOTE! This must be done each time you wish to use the automatic system. 1 Set the function A appears UTOMAX in the display. 2 Then make the desired setting for cooking/roasting.
  • Page 27 Cooking PORTIONS ZONE SETTING PORTION 1,2,4 3/4 dl Rice 1,2,4 Root vegetables 1,2,4 Melting butter 1,2,4 Melting block chocolate Roasting ZONE SETTING Entrecôte Pork chops Meat balls Pancakes Potatoes, Eggs...
  • Page 28 Switching off a cooking zone To switch off the heat retention setting, press at the same time or zero the area with Using the hob with activated locking function (To engage the function lock, see the chapter Safety, page 10). Even if the function lock is activated, the hob can be used, but the next time that the hob is switched on, the function lock is...
  • Page 29: Timer

    The display goes out and the function lock is disengaged. The hob is automatically switched off after a few seconds. The Timer The Timer can be used in two ways: • as a Automatically safety switch- off. A cooking time is set as for a cooking zone and after a time the cooking zone is switched off automatically.
  • Page 30 2. While the control lamp flashes rapidly, set the area Timer setting for this cooking zone and the desired time until the automatic safety switch-off (for example 15 minutes). The control lamp now flashes more slowly and the remaining cooking time is shown during the process in the display.
  • Page 31: Signal Clock

    Switching off the automatic switch-off earlier There are two possible ways to switch off the automatic switch-off earlier: SWITCH OFF THE COOKING ZONE AND THE IMER AT THE SAME TIME Re-set the desired cooking zone to zero with The cooking zone and Timer are disengaged. IMER IS DISENGAGED THE COOKING ZONE REMAINS ACTIVE 1.
  • Page 32: Locking/Unlocking The Touch Area

    Lock/unlock the touch area THE OVEN TOUCH AREA IS ALSO LOCKED At any time during cooking, the touch area, with the exception of the On/Off area, is locked to prevent a change of the settings, for example when drying the hob. 1.
  • Page 33: Using The Oven

    Using the oven It is normal for steam and condensation to form on the oven door. This condensation is from the food being cooked and does not influence safety or oven function. The oven is fitted with removable shelf steps with five levels The oven functions THE OVEN HAS THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS Hot air...
  • Page 34: Oven Display

    Oven display USER INSTRUCTIONS • Switch on the oven by pressing • When the selected function lights up, the oven starts to heat up. • The user time shows how long the oven has been utilised. The time is shown only if none of the clock functions, the Signal clock symbol , Oven time or End time...
  • Page 35: Choice Of Oven Functions

    Choice of oven functions 1 Start the oven with the button. 2 Press until the desired oven function lights up in the display. • A temperature starts to light in the display. • Unless the temperature is changed within 5 seconds, the oven starts to heat up.
  • Page 36: Heat Indicator

    Switch off the oven Switch off the oven by pressing the button. Heat indicator HEATING UP When the oven function has been selected, the indicator starts to flash how much the oven has heated up. If Quick start is functioning, then a “running pillar”...
  • Page 37 The signal clock To programme a time. A signal sounds when the time has expired. This function has no effect on the oven. 1. Press . The clock symbol lights up. Press the button until flashes. 2. Select the desired time with the buttons.
  • Page 38 Cooking time Use this function to determine how long you want the food to be in the oven. 1. Press . The lamp lights up. 2. Select the oven function and temperature. Press until flashes. 3. Select the desired time by pressing the buttons (max.
  • Page 39 Stop time Here you set the time that you want the oven to switch off. 1. Press . The lamp lights up. 2. Choose oven function and temperature. Press untils Stop time flashes. 3.Use the buttons to select top time. Stop time lights up and the time is shown in the display.
  • Page 40 Cooking time and Stop time Cooking time and Stop time can be used simultaneously. 1. Press . The lamp lights up. 2. Select oven function and temperature. Press Cooking time and set the desired cooking time (for example 1 hour). 3.
  • Page 41: Other Functions

    Other functions Switching off the display You can save energy by switching off the clock display SWITCHING OFF THE CLOCK DISPLAY 1. If required, switch off the appliance using the On/Off button. 2. Press the Selection button and button at the same time until the display goes out.
  • Page 42 2. Press and hold the Selection buttons at the same time, until “SAFE” appears in the display. The child safety device is now set. CANCELLING THE CHILD SAFETY DEVICE 1. If necessary, switch on the appliance using the On/Off button. 2.
  • Page 43 Oven safety switch-off If the oven not swiched off after a certain time, or if the temperature is not modified, it switches off automatically. The last temperature set appears in the temperature display. THE OVEN SWITCHES ITSELF OFF WHEN THE OVEN TEMPERATURE IS 30 - 120 after 12.5 hours...
  • Page 44: Practical Use

    Practical use Never place aluminium foil, a roasting pan or a shelf directly on the bottom of the oven. If the bottom heater is blocked, the enamel can be damaged by over-heating. The oven becomes hot when used, KEEP AN EYE ON CHILDREN If the temperature changes and/or the food is placed unevenly, for example pizza, there is a risk that it will warp.
  • Page 45 Baking with hot air With , baking becomes more HOT AIR rational, since two plates used at the same time in the oven means a shorter overall baking time. Browning can be rather uneven, especially if the rolled-out dough has not risen properly. Is the result not what you expected? Read “Practical advice &...
  • Page 46 Roasting Roasting in the oven is convenient and practical with both TOP AND BOTTOM . Beef steaks, such as HEATING HOT AIR roast beef and fillets, are juiciest when cooked at 125°C, but take a little longer time than at a higher oven temperature. Choose an oven-proof dish with low edges into which the roast just fits, this avoids the stock from drying in.
  • Page 47 SETTING This is how to use the roasting thermometer: 1 Stick the thermometer into the meat. 2 Connect the thermometer into the outlet in the oven (right-hand side). 3 Start the oven 4 60ºC is the pre-set temperature. You can now set the desired temperature by pressing and then The actual temperature and the...
  • Page 48 To check or change the temperature • Press until the roasting thermometer function flashes and the chosen temperature shows in the display. • If you want to change the temperature, use To check or change the oven temperature • If you want to change the temperature, use Turbo Max Grill (gratin preparation)
  • Page 49 the oven while thick spare ribs, etc. should be placed in the lower part of the oven. Select and set the desired temperature, max. 250ºC. Start grilling after 3-5 minutes pre-heating. Watch carefully, and turn over at least once during cooking. Grilling for too long gives dry, tough and, in the worst case, burnt food.
  • Page 50 Heat retention setting To keep food warm. Drying/Thawing For thawing frozen food. Thawing When thawing meat, fish and glazed or filled baked products, such as Swiss rolls, the temperature should be set at zero. Grids or shelves can be placed in several slots when there is much to thaw.
  • Page 51: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the cooker! Cleaning the cooker The easiest way to clean the oven is by using a clean cloth, hot water and a little washing- up liquid directly after the oven has been used.
  • Page 52: Cleaning The Ceramic Glass Plate

    Cleaning the ceramic hob Immediately after use (while the plate is still hot) clean with the blade scraper to remove sugar and spills with a high sugar content, such as marmalade, and also any melted plastic or foil in order to avoid damage to the plate.
  • Page 53 The blade scraper EEP THE BLADE SCRAPER OUT OF . Use the THE REACH OF CHILDREN blade scraper with care, the blade is extremely sharp. Use the scraper to remove anything that has boiled over and stuck on the ceramic glass plate.
  • Page 54: Cleaning The Oven

    Cleaning the oven In order to facilitate cleaning, the step units or baking plate rails should be removed, see page 57. Removing the baking plate rails The baking plate rails are removed in the same way as the step unit, see page 57. on the oven walls and HE CATALYSIS ENAMEL top is porous and has a certain self-cleaning...
  • Page 55: Removing The Oven Door

    THE SMOOTH ENAMEL The following should be done if the oven bottom is very dirty: 1 Spill or boil-over that has become stuck can be loosened with a spatula or something similar. 2 Spread soft soap on the bottom of the oven with a sponge.
  • Page 56 Fitting the oven door 1 Make sure that the hinge unit is in its parking position. 2 Insert the hinge unit in the slot on the door. Press down until the assembly spring clicks into position. 3 Close the oven door. The oven door glass Do not use the oven door as a foot-hold.
  • Page 57 REMOVING THE CENTRAL GLASS IN THE DOOR 1 Grasp the central glass pane at its lower edge and push it towards the oven door handle, until it is free at the bottom (1). 2 Lift up the pane slightly at the bottom and pull it out (2) 3.
  • Page 58 Oven step units It is possible to remove the oven step units on both the right and left side walls to make it easier to clean the side walls. REMOVING THE OVEN STEP UNITS First pull out the step unit at the front from the side of the oven (1) and then hook it off at the back (2).
  • Page 59 Super Clean accessories These accessories have a dirt-repellent coating and a long life if they are treated correctly NOTE! SUPER Do not place CLEAN accessories on a hot ceramic glass plate since this can damage them. The accessories tolerate a temperature of up to 250°C.
  • Page 60: Oven Lighting

    Oven lighting NOTE! Before you change the bulb, make sure that the cooker is disconnected from the mains. For cookers with a cable, pull out the plug. For other cookers, pull out the multi-pole switch. Place a cloth on the bottom of the oven to protect both the bulb and the glass.
  • Page 61: Storage Drawer

    Press the protective glass into position again and fit the step units. Storage drawer NOTE! Do not keep chemicals or cleaning agents in the storage drawer. Do not stand in the oven drawer or on the handle. 1 Empty the drawer and pull it out to the “stop”.
  • Page 62: Technical Data

    Technical Data We reserve the right to make changes. This appliance meets the requirements of EC Directives 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC. EKC60752 Width (mm): Height when delivered (mm): Depth: ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS ENERGY CONSUMPTION Top/bottom heating (kWh): 0.92 Hot air (kWh): 0.79 COOKING TIMES STANDARD LOAD...
  • Page 63: European Guarantee

    European guarantee This appliance is guaranteed by Electrolux, in each of the countries listed in the following page, for the period specified in the appliance guarantee or otherwise by law. If you move from one of these countries to another of these countries the appliance guarantee will move with you subject to the following qualifications: •...
  • Page 65: Practical Advice And Tips

    Practical advice and tips Problems Cause Remedy Bread/yeasted doughs, If the oven temperature is Check the set temperature too low, the mixture can rise against the recommended sponge cakes turn out and then sink and become temperature in the table or flat.
  • Page 66 The cakes/oven dishes are If the oven temperature is Check that you have set the too high, the cakes/oven correct temperature. too brown. dishes can be browned too much before they are completely cooked. The food has been Check in the table or recipe positioned too high in the that you have selected the oven thus receiving too much...
  • Page 67: Problems And Remedies

    Problems and remedies Never do anything to the cooker that could cause injury to people or damage the product. Below you will find suggestions as to what you can do yourself if there is a problem. If you need help - contact Service. Problems Cause/Remedy There is no power to the cooker...
  • Page 68: Disposal

    Problem Cause/Remedy F9 lights up in the display Pull the plug out of the wall outlet. Connect up again and re-start the cooker The roasting thermometer contact is not F11 lights up in the display properly inserted into the outlet in the oven Wrong code lights up in the display Contact Your Service support...
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