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    Operating modes Manual Automatic-Programmes AUTO Microwave Cooking Fan Heat Reheating Auto Roast Defrosting Grill Fan Grill...

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    Display Manual / Automatic Display for entering data Display for selected settings Display for: - Food groups - Automatic-Programmes - Digital display for the clock Function selector: Setting the operating mode / Setting the programmes – /+ Touch controls with lamp for selecting a microwave setting Rack, Glass tray,...

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    For cooking , reheating , and de- frosting N selected food groups using the microwave. The appliance is designed to be “user responsive”. When the user presses a The automatic programmes are de- function control the relevant display pendent on weight, i.e. after selecting and control lamp will automatically light the appropriate food group, you then enter the weight of the food and the...

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    Once a cooking process using the If the door is opened during a process microwave has begun, the door will re- using the hot air fan and / or heating main locked until the end of the pro- element(s), a contact switch for the gramme.

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    Old machines may contain materials which can be reclaimed or recycled. The transport and protective packing Please contact your dealer, your local has been selected from materials waste collection centre or scrap mer- which are environmentally friendly for chant about potential recycling disposal and can normally be recycled.

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    Miele service engineer or an auth- sonal injury and material damage. orised agent. Do not use the microwave function...

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    The electrical safety of this ap- pliance can only be guaranteed when continuity is complete between the appliance and an effective earthing It is important that the heat is system, which complies with local and allowed to spread evenly throug- national regulations.

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    Do not leave the oven unattended Do not lean or sit on the open oven when cooking with oils and fats as door. This could damage the ap- these can be a fire hazard if allowed to pliance. Take care in the region of the overheat.

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    Never cook or reheat food or Do not use any containers or cut- liquids in sealed containers or lery made from or containing met- bottles. With baby bottles the screw top al, aluminium foil, lead crystal glass- teat must be removed. Otherwise ware, temperature-sensitive plastics, pressure builds up which can cause wooden utensils or cutlery, metal clips...

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    Food with a thick skin or peel, such as tomatoes, sausages, jacket potatoes, aubergines, should be pierced or cut in several places to Caution - Danger of burning allow steam to escape and prevent the High temperatures arise when the food from bursting.

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    When using kitchen appliances connected to sockets near the Before discarding an old machine oven ensure that the cable cannot get switch off and disconnect it from trapped in a hot oven door, which the power supply. Cut off and render could melt the cable insulation and be any plug useless.

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    Wipe out the oven interior with hot water and washing up liquid. Dry using a soft cloth. Do not shut the oven door until the Confirm by pressing Enter. interior is completely dry, to avoid odours and the possibility of corro- sion developing.

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    This oven is equipped with two magne- trons . These convert electrical en- When using the microwave mode, food ergy into microwaves. is cooked, re-heated or defrosted in a There are two stirrer fans , one above short time. the oven ceiling and the other under the oven floor.

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    Microwaves pass through a suitable container and find their way directly into the foodstuff. In Miele ovens these include Fan Heat, All foodstuffs contain moisture mole- Auto Roast, Grill and Fan Grill. cules which, when subjected to micro- wave energy, start to oscillate 2.5 thou- With these normal oven methods food sand million times a second.

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    As the grill element needs to radiate a The hot air from the grill is distributed high heat in order to cook the food, it by the fan in the rear of the oven evenly will take several minutes after being over all the food being grilled.

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    Microwaves When working in microwave mode metal containers, aluminium foil and metal cutlery, as well as china with metallic decor (e.g. gold trim, co- balt blue), must not be placed in the microwave oven. The metal reflects the microwaves and so hinders the cooking process.

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    The microwave oven is suitable for use in a microwave oven. Plastic containers must only be Do not place it on the oven floor! used for microwave mode alone and not in normal oven mode. The rack can get hot. Plastics must be heat-resistant to a minimum of 180 °C.

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    Do not use metal clips or wire ties, even if bound by paper. There is a danger that they will ignite when heated. Wooden dishes are not suitable. Select Microwave mode with the Moisture contained in the wood evap- function selector. orates when exposed to microwave en- ergy, causing the wood to dry and crack.

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    If a crackling noise is heard accom- panied by sparks during the test, switch off the appliance immedi- ately. Turn the function selector switch to the “0" position. The water in the glass should be warm, but the dish cool. If the dish is very hot and the water is cold, it would be unwise to use the dish.

  • Page 22: Notes On Use / Operating Modes

    The function selector switch and the If the function selector switch is not at touch controls are used to operate the position “0", the cool air fan will run at a appliance. very low level and the oven interior light will be switched on.

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    – stores in the memory various stages – selects a microwave power setting, for a cooking process using the – enters or alters the temperature or microwave operating mode. time step by step (press the control for a brief moment several times) or quickly (press and hold the touch control), –...

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    After the appliance has been con- nected to the power supply or after a power cut “12:00" will appear in the dis- play. The colon will flash. If the time of day is not then entered im- mediately, the time will start to run from Press the touch control again “12:00"...

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    These will appear in the data entry dis- play. Microwave – Solo..... . 600 W – Combination programmes ..300 W Fan Heat .

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    Use the – /+ touch control to enter a – in minute steps time for the cooking process. The entry is made as follows: You can select a time of up to 3 hours (microwave only, “Solo”) or 1 hour and 30 minutes (combination programmes).

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    With microwave mode, a power setting and time are entered. With normal oven mode a temperature is selected and a time can also be entered. Use the – /+ touch control to enter a Use the function selector switch to time for the cooking process.

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    Microwave mode can be combined with one of the normal oven mode func- tions. Before starting enter microwave power setting, time and a temperature. A time can also be entered for the se- Confirm the entry by pressing the lected normal oven mode. Enter touch control.

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    If the two operating modes are run for a At the end of the time for the operating different length of time from each other, mode with the shorter duration an a time must be entered for the normal audible tone will sound. That operating oven mode at the start of the pro- mode will be switched off automatically.

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    The cooking, reheating or defrosting processes are divided up into various food groups. The time and microwave power settings are selected automati- cally by the system. Use the – /+ touch control to select the food groups. Use the function selector switch to select the programme you want.

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    Depending on which programme and – up to 4 kg and also between two 100 food group has been selected, a g steps, then the weight should be weight up to a maximum of 4 kg can be rounded down where it is less than entered.

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    A short audible tone will sound after about half of the time has elapsed, indi- cating that the food should now be turned or stirred. Exception: No tone will sound if a weight which has a corresponding time of less than 2 minutes has been entered.

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    If you discover before the start of a pro- If you discover after the process has cess that you have made an error with begun that you have made an error the data entry then with the data entry, then you can use the Stop/C touch control to interrupt the process.

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    Press the Stop/C touch control twice. The power setting (for the microwave and combination programmes) or the temperature (for the normal oven mode) previously entered and stored in the memory will appear in the display area. If an automatic programme has been chosen then the text/symbol for the rele- vant food group will light up.

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    Frequently when using the microwave different power settings may be re- quired by the one process, e.g. defrost- ing followed by reheating or cooking food. Press the Memory touch control to These different power settings can be store the entries in the memory. stored together with the relevant times Enter each programme in this way.

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    Using the short step system you can store microwave power settings and times for frequently used processes. Use the function selector switch to Select the time you require using the chose the microwave mode. – /+ touch control. Press the c touch control. You can enter a time up to a maxi- Up to a maximum of 5 programme mum of 10 minutes.

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    Select the programme by pressing the c touch control once or several times. If necessary, alter the stored settings using the touch controls. Begin the process by pressing the Start touch control. The time will count down in the display area for data entry.

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    You can delay the switching on of the The time of day will reappear in the dis- appliance by up to 23 hours and 59 play field. The text/symbol for “Start minutes after starting a process. time” will light up in the display field. The stored entries will appear in the dis- Set the time of day before using auto- play area for selected settings.

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    After a microwave process has started the door will remain locked until the time entered has elapsed. In order to cancel the door lock you must interrupt the process. Press the Stop/C touch control to re- lease the door lock. The time is halted at the point of inter- ruption.

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    An audible tone will sound 3 times at Stop the audible tone by opening the the end of a process. door for a brief moment or or by A colon will appear in the display area pressing any touch control with the for the data entry.

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    You can set the minute minder to moni- tor the progress of other kitchen acti- vities, e.g. boiling eggs on a hob. The function selector switch must be at Position “0" before the minute Press the Stop/C touch control. minder is used. The minute minder time will be inter- rupted.

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    If preferred you can Press the Enter touch control. – programme the appliance so that “01:1" will appear in the display area. the display is not as bright at night (“Night time dimming” function), – Switch off the oven compartment light.

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    The oven compartment light will now switch itself off after a programme has begun. The function selector switch must Press the Enter touch control if you be at Position “0". want to switch the oven compartment light on for a short while. It will switch it- Press and hold the + and Enter self off automatically after approx.

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    This safety feature prevents functions being entered unintentionally. Press the – touch control until the key symbol in the display area goes out. The appliance can now be used again. The programming lock can only be activated when – no minute minder entry has been made, –...

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    Defrost with Remove the food from its packaging and place it in a microwave-safe dish. – the automatic defrosting programme Place it in the middle of the oven floor. – or the microwave If you are defrosting a large quantity, e.g.

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    Cream – – 12 – 14 5 – 10 Butter 250 g – – 8 – 10 5 – 10 Cheese slices 250 g – – 6 – 8 10 – 15 Milk – 12 – 14 – 10 – 15 Cream cheese 250 g –...

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    Reheat with Always remove the lids from jars, – the automatic programme for reheat- especially jars of baby food. Remove the rubber teat and seal – the microwave top before warming baby bottles. We recommend the for reheating meat, When re-heating liquids place the poultry, fish, soup, plated meals, cas- boiling rod supplied with the ma- seroles and vegetables.

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    Because of the way that microwaves Be careful when removing a dish are introduced from top and bottom it is from the oven. It may be hot. possible to reheat food on two levels at the same time. Although heat is not normally produced in the container itself by the micro- waves, (apart from stoneware and simi- lar dishes), heat transfer from the food...

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    Coffee, drinking temp. 60 – 65 °C 1 cup, 0.2 l – – 1 – – Milk, drinking temp. 60 – 65 °C 1 cup, 0.2 l – 1– 1 – – Water – to the boil 1 cup, – 1 –...

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    The following modes are suitable for cooking Place the food in a microwave-safe – the Automatic-Programme, dish and cover. Cooking Place the dish on the oven floor. – the microwave mode Add a little water to vegetables which – the oven mode Fan Heat have been kept stored.

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    Ensure that perishable types of Slide the glass tray with the rack into food, such as meat and fish, are the lowest runner level. cooked for an appropriate length of time. The following pots are suitable: ovenproof china or glassware, earthen- ware, pans with heat resistant handles.

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    Trout 2. at 250 g – 5 – 6 2 – 3 Apricot creme – 4 – 5 – – Vanilla creme – 5 – 6 – – – – 2 – 3 = Enter the weight of the food, time and power are selected automatically * During this time the temperature spreads evenly through the food.

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    Paprika boats 10 – 12 Root veg.-Lasagne 22 – 24 Emmental-Noodles – 8 – 12** Vegetable Burger 28 – 30 Potato Dauphinoise – 25 – 27 Coated Fish – 8 – 12** Fish in Cheese Sauce – 14 – 18** 1000 g 28 –...

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    For simultaneous defrosting and re- heating or cooking one of two proce- For deep-frozen pre-cooked meals dures is suitable which are to be crisped and browned, – using microwave mode the microwave + Grill combination can be selected. Choose a microwave –...

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    Cream soups 0.75 l 8 – 10 Clear beef broth with vegetables 0.8 l 10 – 12 Special recipe soup 0,.5 l 8 – 10 White fillet 400 g 10 – 12 Sea trout in herb sauce 400 g 10 – 12 Burgers 160 g –...

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    Bistro Baguettes 250 g 8 – 10 Lasagne 450 g 14 – 16 Potatoes, broccoli and ham in sauce 350 g 14 – 16 Wholemeal noodles with vegetables and ham 350 g 16 – 18 Fish fillet 450 g 18 – 20 2 spiced burgers 250 g 8 –...

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    The following offer a grilling option: – Grill mode the grill for approx. 5 minutes with the oven door shut. – Fan Grill mode Do not select a microwave setting. – The combination programme and place the Microwave + Grill prepared food on the rack.

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    Pre-heat the grill for approx five minutes. Steaks 10 – 20 Burgers 10 – 20 Sausage 8 – 14 Fish fillet 10 – 20 Toast 2 – 5 Toast with topping 5 – 7 Tomatoes 8 – 10 Peaches 6 – 10 Kebab / mixed grill 15 –...

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    Suitable cooking modes for roasting are: Slide the glass tray with the rack into – Auto Roast the first runner from the bottom. – the combination programme The following pots can be used: Microwave + Auto Roast roasting tins, pots, earthenware, oven- proof glass, roasting foil.

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    Browning only occurs towards the end of the roasting time. 15 – 20 minutes before the end of roast- ing time take the lid off the pot. Season the meat and place in the pot. Do not select a higher temperature Add some knobs of butter or margarine than that advised.

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    Beef topside (appx. 1 kg) 180 – 200 100 – 120 76 – 86 Sirloin, Steak (appx. 1 kg) 190 – 210 35 – 45 – – – Venison (appx. 1 kg) 180 – 200 90 – 110 66 – 76 Pork, Shoulder (appx.

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    The following settings are recom- Increasing the temperature and reduc- mended for baking: ing the time can have an adverse effect on browning. – Fan Heat To achieve even browning it might be – the combination programme better to select a slightly longer cook- Microwave + Fan Heat ing time at a slightly lower temperature.

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    With metal baking tins there may be Temperature settings and microwave sparking. Try positioning the tin differ- power settings are given within a range ently on the glass tray. in the Baking Chart. These take into ac- count different types of baking tin, If sparking continues, do not use this quantities of dough and recipe prepara- tin again in microwave combination...

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    Sand cake 150 – 170 55 – 65 40 – 44 Dried fruit cake 150 – 170 70 – 80 50 – 56 Nut cake (glass tray) 150 – 170 25 – 30 20 – 25 Nut cake (tin) 150 – 170 60 –...

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    The times given are calculated on the basis of an oven which has not been pre- heated. With a pre-heated oven shorten times by approx. 10 minutes. 1) First and second shelf support levels. 2) Pre-heat the oven.

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    The oven interior is stainless steel. The Never use abrasive cleaning agents high temperatures possible when oper- or those containing sand, soda or ating in normal oven mode can cause chlorides, as these will damage the the steel to darken slightly. surface.

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    Residues of fruit juices as well as cake mixtures are best removed while the If the oven interior roof is particularly oven is warm. soiled, the grill element can be lowered Spillages of fruit juices can cause last- to make cleaning easier. ing discoloration.

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    The fixing knob must engage. ably qualified and competent ser- vice technicians trained by Miele. Improper repairs may pose a serious risk to the user. The follow- Always keep the door interior clean. Do ing minor malfunctions can be cor- not use any scouring agent.

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    Check whether: – if operating in microwave mode the appliance door is properly shut, – if operating in microwave mode a power setting and time have been entered, – if operating with a combination pro- gramme, the following have been en- tered: a power setting, a time, a time for the microwave mode and a tem- perature for the normal oven opera-...

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    – there has been a change to the recipe. The addition of more liquid or more eggs makes a moister mix which would take longer to cook. This is not a fault. – whether the grease filter had been If the door is opened during a cooking left in place.

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    When cooked by microwaves, food Check whether begins to cook from the outside first, – sparks are being created by the use the inside of the food relying on the of metallic crockery, (see Section on slower conduction of heat. If food is suitable crockery).

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    This combination indicates a fault mess- age. The fault message “ ” appears when the door is opened and at the same time the Start touch control is pressed. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply (switch off and remove the plug from the socket, or switch off at the isolator, and then reconnect immediately.

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    In the events of any faults which you cannot easily remedy, please contact – your Miele dealer – the nearest Miele Service Depart- ment See address on the back page. – When contacting the Service depart- ment please quote the Model and...

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    L or coloured red cessible. (U.K). In certain unfavourable circumstances WARNING microwave appliances can be a source THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE of interference. In this event please con- EARTHED tact your dealer or the Miele Service Dept.

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    If this machine is fitted with a non-re- wireable plug, the following information applies: If the socket outlets are not suitable for the plug supplied with this product, it must be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted. The plug cut off from the flexible cord should be disposed of and on no ac- count be inserted into a 13A socket elsewhere in the house (electric shock...

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    In this event please con- a qualified electrician in strict ac- tact your dealer or the Miele Service cordance with national and local Dept. safety regulations. Caution:...

  • Page 77: Installation

    The appliance is suitable for installa- tion: – in a tall unit in combination with an oven, – in a tall unit, – in a base unit. If combination with a hob is being considered, the instructions for the installation of the hob must also be taken into account.

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    Turn off the mains electricity supply for connecting to an isolator. Connect the oven to the electricity supply. Place the oven into the furniture unit as far as the oven trim and align. Open the oven door, and with two screws secure the oven to the side walls of the furniture unit through the holes in the oven trim.

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