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AEG 30" B3007H-L-B User Manual

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B3007H-L-B 30" Built-in Oven -
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  • Page 1 User’s Manual B3007H-L-B 30” Built-in Oven - User’s Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Congratulations on the purchase of your appliance. We are sure it will provide many years of great cooking experience. You may find that it has different features and characteristics to your last appliance. It is essential you read this operation manual thoroughly to fully understand all of the various functions and operations.
  • Page 3: A - Installation Check And Warnings

    Installation check and warnings IMPORTANT: Please ensure that the oven cavity, venting and wiring is as specified in the relevant section G/H of this manual. A licensed electrician with relevant qualifications must perform electrical work when installing or servicing the appliance. The supply cable and fuse rating must be suitable for the appliance. You must never repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the operation manual.
  • Page 4 Accessories Your appliance should come equipped with the following items. Single Oven – SEO 60, SEO 76, SEO 90  1 x pair of Retractable Slide Runners fitted to upper position and capable of being moved to any selected position as required ...
  • Page 5: B- Using The Appliance For The First Time

    Using the appliance for the first time After installation remove all notification labels (not identification or warning labels) and packaging materials. After cleaning make sure cleaned surfaces are thoroughly rinsed and wiped dry using a clean, soft cloth. NOTE: oven will not operate unless time clock is set The clock will require setting when you first turn on the power (or following a power failure).
  • Page 6: C - Electronic Programmer Operation

    TOUCH-CONTROL KEYS The “touch-control” keys shell be operated by the fingers ( just touching the key ). When using touch controls it is best to use the ball of your finger rather than the tip. C - Electronic Programmer Operation Temperature Timer functions Oven functions...
  • Page 8 1 - DISPLAY Clock display With 4 digits, generally represents durations, hours, and info messages. It comprise 3 symbols representing operative conditions of times. Pot symbol If switched on, indicates a working cooking function, even if in manual mode. If flashing, it indicates the end of a temporized cooking.
  • Page 9 2.3 Switching the oven ON / OFF Touch and release the button 3, the timer display shows “On” After two sec the oven light and the program display are on. If after one minute a cooking program is not activated, the oven light switches OFF and the oven goes in off position and the display shows “OFF”...
  • Page 10 3.2 Manual cooking Switch on the oven as per the paragraph 2.3. Select the oven function, the oven temperature is suggested by default, can be changed by pressing buttons 1 and 2 3.3 Automatic cooking modes (Based on setting the duration “DUR”) Use automatic cooking to automatically turn the oven on, cook, and then turn the oven off.
  • Page 11 3.5 Fully automatic – (Start Later – Stop Later) Turn the oven as indicated in the paragraph 2.3. Select a cooking function, the oven suggests a default temperature, the temperature can be changed by using the buttons “ ” or “ ”,.
  • Page 12: D- Cooking Modes And Instructions

    Cooking modes and Instructions cooking functions will vary from model to model – following is a NOTE: description of the functions that are available and some or all of these functions will be included on the product you have purchased. By pressing the buttons 7 on the timer display appear “Pr01”...
  • Page 13 PREHEATING Preheating the oven is not essential, but you will achieve better results if you do. Some foods, particularly cakes and pastry, are better cooked in a preheated oven. Other foods, for example casseroles, cook just as well when cooked in a non-preheated oven but may need longer cooking times.
  • Page 14 Pork leg should be cooked at a higher temperature for the first 15-25 minutes then reduced to lower temperature for remaining cooking time. Type of Poultry Size of Meat Time per lb Oven Temperature Chicken Whole or pieces 30 minutes per lb. - 200 Duck 3lbs –...
  • Page 15 PIZZA This function is also excellent as the fastest oven pre heat, engaging maximum power to heat the oven to a selected temperature before selecting an appropriate function and temperature for a task. In this position the fan and fan element together with the under oven element are engaged simultaneously.
  • Page 16 FAN ASSIST This style of cooking provides traditional cooking heating from top and bottom elements with the assistance of a circulation fan to ensure fast even results. This mode is most suitable for delicate cooking such as cakes, pastries, gateaux, biscuits and yeast dough. Best results when thermostat is set to 150-180 degrees –...
  • Page 17 FAN GRILL NOTE: Door must be closed in Fan Grill Mode Fan grilling is a combination of direct heat and circulated hot air which gives the appearance and flavor similar to rotisserie cooking which is ideal for single level roasts. Direct infrared heat from the grill element is circulated by the fan to cook the food, which should be positioned as near to the centre of the oven as possible.
  • Page 18 FULL GRILL & HALF GRILL This mode of cooking uses infrared heat from the top of the oven to cook foods to your requirements. Half grill engages only the inner band of the top element and is suitable for smaller volumes and has a consequently lower energy usage.
  • Page 19: E- Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and Maintenance 1. Cleaning and maintenance Proper cleaning and care of your appliance is essential to maintain its appearance and durability. NOTE: People with sensitivity to cleaning chemicals must take the necessary precautions. It is recommended that protective gloves be worn while cleaning the appliance. Routine cleaning of the appliance should only be performed when the appliance is at room temperature.
  • Page 20 Recommended cleaners Mild detergents and warm water together with a clean, soft, non-abrasive cloth achieve goods results for normal cleaning. Diluted washes with ammonia and water should rinse away any adhesive residue or gummy deposits on the appliance surfaces. Eucalyptus oil (small amounts) is also good for removing adhesive residue.
  • Page 21 How the Self cleaning panels work. The self-cleaning oven panels go through a special enamelling process which ultimately creates a rough surface (this is the side which should face outwards in the oven). Because of the structure of the surface, it is extremely porous and attracts oxygen. When the splashes of grease hit this surface it immediately spreads.
  • Page 22 Removing oven door (pull down door models only) The oven door can be easily removed for better access while cleaning. To remove the oven door: Open the door fully and fit the supplied pin in the hole. Raise the door slightly, holding the sides of the door about half way up. Make sure the pin stays in the hole the whole time.
  • Page 23 How to Rotate Doors in the Double and Single Oven NOTE: Side Opening Only This should only be done by a qualified person or installer. We recommend that it be a two person task to ensure support of the heavy door apparatus during changeover. Damage done to the appliance during a door rotation may effect the warranty provision for the appliance.
  • Page 24: F- Trouble Shooting Guide

    Trouble Shooting Guide Symptom Remedy No power supplied to appliance Has the power been disconnected? Check the meter box. Has the main fuse or circuit breaker blown or tripped? Oven power is on but appliance does not Oven may be set on AUTO (see auto programmed operate cooking) Oven power is on but there is no heat...
  • Page 25 SEO 60 - Single Oven Measurements VOID (Cut-out) Cut-out:...
  • Page 26 SEO 76 - Single Oven Measurements VOID (Cut-out) Cut-out:...
  • Page 27 SEO 90 - Single Oven Measurements Cut-out: VOID (Cut-out)
  • Page 28 DEO 60 - Double Oven Measurements Cut-out: VOID (Cut-out)
  • Page 29 DEO 76 - Double Oven Measurements VOID (Cut-out) Cut-out:...
  • Page 30 Preparing the oven cavity We recommend mounting ovens on plinths (see previous page) and flush mounting installation (refer securing the oven below). WARNING: It is important to the performance of the oven and the protection of adjoining cabinets that the following installation preparation is observed. The oven cavity floor should provide plinths to left and right side approximately 4”...
  • Page 31: H- Electrical Wiring Diagrams And Instructions

    Electrical wiring diagrams and instructions WARNING: All aspects of the installation must conform with the requirements of the standard North America (within North America) wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations, and any other applicable requirements and conditions of your local power supply authority.
  • Page 33: Warranty

    Canada Tel 905-829.3980 Fax 905-829.3985 email For Service & Spares: EURO-PARTS 1.800.678.8352 Important: Please record details of your purchase below and mail or fax to AEG -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------cut along line ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: TEL No Address: City : State: Zip Code:...
  • Page 34 AEG appliances are imported and distributed in North America by Euro-Line Appliances Inc. For more information visit / 871 Cranberry Court 2912 West 4th Ave Oakville, ON L6L 6J7 Vancouver, BC V6K 1R2 Canada Canada Toll Free: 1.800.421.6332 Toll Free: 1.855.352-9378...