Bosch HBL34 Use And Care Manual
Bosch HBL34 Use And Care Manual

Bosch HBL34 Use And Care Manual

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Built-In Ovens
HBL34, HBN34, HBL35, HBN35


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  • Page 1 BOSCH Built-In Ovens Models: HBL34, HBN34, HBL35, HBN35...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents About This Manual ......How This Manual is Organized ........Safety ........Important Safety Instructions ........Getting Started ....... Parts and Accessories ..........Parts* ..............Control* ............Before Using the Oven for the First Time ......Operation ........
  • Page 3 ........Before Calling Service ..........Troubleshooting Chart ............Data Plate ..............STATEMENT OF LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY ....This Bosch Appliance is made by BSH Home Appliances Corporation 5551 McFadden Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Questions? 1-800-944-2904 We look forward to hearing from you!
  • Page 4: About This Manual

    About This Manual How This Manual is Organized You can get the most out of your new oven by reading this manual from beginning to end. This way, you will systematically get to know your appliance and become familiar with its operation and features. The manual consists of the following sections: •...
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Important Safety Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: When properly cared for, your new appliance has been designed to be safe and reliable. Read all instructions carefully before use. These precautions will reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire and injury to persons.
  • Page 6 Important Safety Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this manual. For example, never use the appliance for warming or heating the room. Never use the appliance for storage. Always have a working smoke detector near the kitchen. In the event that personal clothing or hair catches fire, drop and roll immediately to extinguish flames.
  • Page 7 Important Safety Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Use caution when cooking foods with high alcohol content (e.g. rum, brandy, bourbon) in the oven. Alcohol evaporates at high temperatures. There is a risk of burning as the alcohol vapors may catch fire in the oven. Use only small quantities of alcohol in foods, and open the oven door carefully.
  • Page 8 Important Safety Instructions READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: The California Safe Drinking and Toxic Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm, and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Getting Started Parts and Accessories Parts* Control Panel Door Lock Convection Fan Door Gasket Rack Position Guides _2-_ with 6 Rack Positions Oven Bottom Door Hinge Oven Vent * Picture shows double oven. Your appliance may vary slightly. Cooling Fan The cooling fan runs during all cooking modes.
  • Page 10 the vent, and condensation may collect in this area. This area may be warm when the oven is in use. Do not block the vent, since it is important for air circulation. Convection Fan The convection fan operates during all convection modes. When the oven is operating in a convection mode, the fan turns off automatically when the door is opened.
  • Page 11 Inserting Flat Rack into Oven: Grasp rack firmly on both sides. Insert rack (see picture). Tilt rack up to allow stop into rack guide. Bring rack to a horizontal position and push the rest of the way in. Rack should be straight and flat, not crooked.
  • Page 12: Control

    Control* Upper Oven Lower Oven Display Settings Dial Cooking Mode Cooking Mode Dial Dial *This is a double oven control panel. Your control panel may vary slightly. Touchpads: You only have to press lightly on the touchpads to operate them. The touchpads will not work if you press several of them at once, such as when cleaning them.
  • Page 13: Operation

    Operation About the Appliance Your new oven combines premium cooking results and simple operation. The oven design has been optimized to improve heat distribution in the oven cavity. The result is even browning, shorter cooking times and lower energy consumption. Thanks to Self-Clean mode, hours of scrubbing into the darkest corners of the oven is a thing of the past.
  • Page 14: Setting The Cooking Mode And Temperature

    To set the Cooking Mode and Temperature: Setting the Cooking Mode and Temperature Turn the Cooking Mode dial to the preferred cooking mode. The default temperature and the arrow next to Temp appear in the display: UPPER Temp -IC l'_° -_JU Turn the Settings dial to set the temperature.
  • Page 15: Timer

    Timer To set the timer: Press Timer. The arrow and "Timer" appear in the display: Timer Timer 13 I 1313 I:UU Turn the Settings dial to set the amount of time. Press Timer. The timer starts. A beep sounds when the timer ends. Press Timer. The timer and beep signal are canceled.
  • Page 16: Cook Time

    Note: • The temperature must be set to at least 200 °F (100 °C) to use Fast Preheat. • Fast Preheat can still be turned on even if the oven is already in use. • Fast Preheat will NOT remain on if the cooking mode is changed after Fast Preheat is started.
  • Page 17: Customer Settings

    The Customer Settings menu is used to customize the oven settings. Customer Settings The following settings can be adjusted: Menu item Description Default CSI: Clock Mode 12-hour or 24-hour display mode CS2: Buzzer Duration 1 = Short (10 seconds) 2 = Medium (2 minutes) 3 = Long (5 minutes) CS3: Temperature Unit F = Fahrenheit...
  • Page 18 To Change Settings: The oven must be turned off with no timer running in order to access the "Customer Settings" menu. Press Temp for two seconds to access the Customer Settings menu. The first menu item, CS1 = "Clock Mode", appears in the display: >...
  • Page 19: Getting The Most Out Of Your Appliance

    Getting the Most Out of Your Appliance General Tips Pan Placement Baking results are better if pans are placed in the center of the oven. tf baking more than one pan on a rack, allow at least 1" to 1 ½" of air space around the pan. When baking four cake layers at the same time, stagger pans on two racks so that one pan is not directly above the other.
  • Page 20: Bake

    Condensation It is normal for a certain amount of moisture to evaporate from the food during any cooking process. The amount depends on the moisture content of the food. The moisture may condense on any surface cooler than the inside of the oven, such as the control panel.
  • Page 21: Convection Bake

    Convection Bake Convection Bake is similar to Bake. Heat comes from the upper and lower heating elements. The main difference in convection baking is that the heat is circulated throughout the oven by the convection fan. The Convection Bake mode is well suited for baked goods such as cookies, biscuits, breads and cakes.
  • Page 22: Pie

    Rack Position Food Item Temp. Time 1 rack 2 racks 3 racks Breads 23-33 Yeast Bread, loaf, 9x5 Dinner Rolls 10-17 48-62 Quick Bread, loaf, 8x4 Biscuits 12-19 Muffins 14-21 Cream Puffs Fresh 1+3+5 23-33 In the Pie mode, heat from the upper and lower element is circulated throughout the oven by the convection fan.
  • Page 23: Pizza

    Pie Chart Food Rack Temperature Time 2 Crust Fruit Pie scratch 45-60 frozen 75-85 Custard scratch 12-15 35-48 Pie Shell scratch 8-12 Meringue Topping Pie scratch 12-18 Nut Pie scratch 45-60 Pizza In the Pizza mode, heat from the upper and lower elements is circulated throughout the oven by the convection fan.
  • Page 24: Roast

    Roast Roast uses both the upper and lower elements to maintain the oven temperature. Roasting uses more intense heat from the upper element than the lower element. This results in more browning of the exterior while the inside remains especially moist. Roast is best suited for large cuts of meat and poultry.
  • Page 25 Convection Roast Chart Rack Oven Time Internal Weight Food Item Pos. (Ibs) Temp. (min/Ib)* Temp. Beef Rib Eye Roast (boneless) Medium rare 27-31 Medium 30-38 Rump, eye, tip, sirloin (boneless) Medium rare 18-33 Medium 30-35 Tenderloin Roast 2.0-3.0 15-24 (medium rare) Pork Loin Roast 1.5-2.9...
  • Page 26 Broil Broil uses intense heat radiated from the upper element. The Broil mode is best suited for cooking thin, tender cuts of meat (1" or less), poultry and fish. It can also be used to brown breads and casseroles. Always broil with the door closed.
  • Page 27 Rack Broil Internal Time Time Food Item Pos. Setting Temp. side 1" side 2* Lamb Chops, 1" Medium Rare Medium Well *Broiling times are approximate and may vary slightly. Times are based on cooking with a preheated broil element. Convection Broil Convection Broil is similar to Broil.
  • Page 28 Proof In Proof, the oven uses the upper and lower elements to maintain a low temperature to proof bread or other yeast doughs. • Proofing is the rising of yeast dough. • The Proof mode temperature range is 85 °F to 110 °F. •...
  • Page 29 Cleaning and Maintenance Cleaning Self-Clean During Self-Clean, the oven is heated to a very high temperature. Soil is burned off at this temperature. IMPORTANT: Wipe out excessive spillage before self-cleaning the oven. IMPORTANT: Do not clean parts or accessories in the Self-Clean oven. To set the self-clean mode: Remove all accessories and racks from the oven.
  • Page 30 Cleaning Guide Part Recommendations Broil Pan and Grid Wash with hot soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry, or gently rub with cleansing powder or soap- filled pads as directed. DO NOT clean broil pan and grid in the self-cleaning oven. Flat Rack Wash with hot soapy water.
  • Page 31 Maintenance Replacing an Oven Light WARNING: • Make sure the appliance and lights are cool and power to the appliance has been turned off before replacing the light bulb(s). Failure to do so could result in electrical shock or burns. •...
  • Page 32 To remove the oven door: Be sure to read the above WARNING before attempting to remove the door. Open the door completely. Flip levers on hinges toward you. Close door carefully until it stops, tt will be about half way closed. Holding the door firmly on both sides using both hands, pull the door up and out of the hinge slots.
  • Page 33 Before Calling Service Troubleshooting Chart Oven Problem Possible Causes and Suggested Solutions Oven door is locked and will not open, Turn the oven off at the circuit breaker and wait five minutes. Turn breaker even after cooling, back on. The oven should reset itself and will be operable. Oven is not heating.
  • Page 34 OvenProblem PossibleCauses and Suggested Solutions Control does not react when a key is Be sure that surface is clean and dry. Touch the center of the touch key. touched. Use the fiat part of your finger. Fan is running during modes that do not On some models, the convection fan runs while the oven is preheating.
  • Page 35 Please make sure to return your registration card; while not necessary to effectuate warranty coverage, it is the best way for Bosch to notify you in the unlikely event of a safety notice or product recall. Bosch warrants that the Product is free from defects in materials and workmanship How Long the Warranty for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase.
  • Page 36 The warranty coverage described herein excludes all defects or damage that are Warranty Exclusions not the direct fault of Bosch, including without limitation, one or more of the following: • Use of the Product in anything other than its normal, customary and intended...
  • Page 37 (nvented for ((fe 5551 McFadden Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 • 800-944-2904 ° 9000175024 ° 5V0AND ° Rev. B ° 07/07 © BSH Home Appliances Corporation, 2007 ° All rights reserved Litho in USA...

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