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  • Page 1 Cooker EKC60110...
  • Page 3 Welcome to the world of Electrolux 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.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety ...............4 Installation ..............6 Changing plinth height .......6 Level adjustment .........7 Tipping protection ........8 Electrical connections .........9 Safety functions ...........10 The function lock ........10 The cooling fan .........10 The door lock ..........11 Description of product ........12 The cooker ..........12 The oven ............12 Before using for the first time ......13 Burning off the oven .........13...
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety These warnings have been provided in the interest of your safety. Ensure that you understand them all before installing or using this appliance. The cooker is intended for normal household use. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any viewpoints or questions about the cooker and its use.
  • Page 6 power to the cooker and contact your Maintenance and service local Service Force Centre. Turn all the knobs to zero before Never lay aluminium foil, plastic replacing a burned-out oven lamp bulb. material or similar on the ceramic glass Make sure that the cooker is thoroughly plate.
  • Page 7: Installation

    Installation Work carried out on the cooker must be carried out by an AUTHORISED . The cooker is heavy. Edges EXPERT and corners with which you do not normally come into contact can be sharp. when moving the USE GLOVES cooker.
  • Page 8: Level Adjustment

    Changing plinth height If you want to change height, first read through all the points below before you start. 1 Lay down the cooker gently ( ). Use material such as ILLUSTRATION the Frigolite from the packing material as protection between the floor and the cooker.
  • Page 9: Tipping Protection

    The tipping protector The tipping protector must be fitted to prevent the cooker from tipping under abnormal loading. The tipping protector only functions when the cooker has been pushed into position. THIS IS HOW TO FIT THE TIPPING PROTECTOR TO THE COOKER 1 Before fitting the tipping protector, make sure that the cooker has been adjusted to the correct height and is...
  • Page 10: Electrical Connections

    Electrical connections Any work required on the cooker must be carried out by a QUALIFIED . Any work carried out by EXPERT amateurs 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 functions Function lock The function lock is built into one of the knobs on the cooker. NOTE! The main power supply to the cooker is not switched off. LOCK THE COOKER LIKE THIS SEE ILLUSTRATION Turn the knob anti-clockwise to The knob then jumps out by about 2 mm (0.04”).
  • Page 12: The Door Lock

    The door lock The door lock makes it more difficult for children to open the door. The door lock is active when the cooker is delivered but can be disconnected if necessary. TO OPEN THE DOOR Move the lock to the right when you want to open the door.
  • Page 13: Description Of Product

    Description of product Cooker 1 Hob with heatingzones 2 Panel 3 Oven 4 Storage drawer 5 Plinth Oven 1 Top heat element 2 Heating element 3 Ovenlight, 40W 4 Meat probe socket 5 Bottom heat 6 Oven shelf runners, removable 7 Shelf positions...
  • Page 14: The Cooker

    Before using for the first time Burn off the oven Keep children under supervision! The cooker gets very hot. Do not forget to remove the packing material from inside the oven. Before you use the oven for the first time, you must burn it off.
  • Page 15 Using the oven grill The oven grill has a marking on its upper surface. This marking is to be to the front (towards the oven door) when used. Ensure that whatever is placed on the grill is behind the marking, otherwise there is risk that it may not be properly grilled at the front edge.
  • Page 16: Using The Ceramic Glass Plate

    Using the ceramic glass plate The ceramic glass plate has four heating zones. When you switch on a zone, it lights up for varying lengths of time, depending on the level you have selected on the knob. Even when at the highest setting, the zone will occasionally turn off in order to avoid overheating.
  • Page 17: The Heating Zones

    Never use a cracked ceramic glass plate or a cooker with a cracked timer glass. Immediately after use (while the ceramic glass plate is still hot) use the blade scraper to remove sugar and boiled-over material with a high sugar content such as, for example, marmelade as well as melted plastic and foil to avoid damage to the plate.
  • Page 18 Choice of pan/frying pan A cooker with a ceramic glass plate demands more from your pots and pans than a cooker with heating plates. Remember the following: • Check the bottom of the pan. Pans with a convex bottom (bulging outwards) tend to swivel on the ceramic glass plate and provide poor heating contact.
  • Page 19 Save energy! • Use a lid and you halve the energy requirements (compared with cooking without a lid). • Use pans with flat bottoms and save 25% energy (compared with uneven bottoms). • Make sure that the ceramic glass plate is clean and dry. Dirt and liquids impair heat transfer between the pan and the heating zone.
  • Page 20: 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 rails with five recesses The oven functions For all functions, the yellow control lamp on the control panel lights up during heating up...
  • Page 21: The Minute Timer

    Minute timer and roasting thermometer MINUTE TIMER Use, corresponds to “Egg timer”. ROASTING THERMOMETER To set an internal temperature for meat, for example General instructions • THE MINUTE TIMER is activated by pressing once on one of the buttons . Then use the buttons to set the desired time.
  • Page 22 The roasting thermometer When the set internal temperature is reached, a signal sounds. NOTE THE OVEN IS NOT TURNED OFF AUTOMATICALLY There is a cap in the thermometer outlet to protect it from splashes. After the roasting thermometer has been used, this cap should be replaced when the oven has cooled down.
  • Page 23 4. Set the desired temperature with the buttons After about 5 seconds the actual internal temperature i is displayed. A signal is heard when the desired temperature is reached. Press any button to shut off the signal. NOTE THE OVEN DOES NOT TURN OFF AUTOMATICALLY Warning! The roasting thermometer is hot! Be careful when handling it!
  • Page 24 This is how to read off and make any changes to the temperature: The set temperatureen is shown by pressing once on one of the buttons By pressing several times on it is possible to change the set temperature later on. The signal clock This function only provides a signal and can also be used without the oven being...
  • Page 25: Practical Use

    Practical use Never lay aluminium foil, a baking tray or a shelf directly on the bottom of the oven. If the bottom heating is hindered, the enamel can be damaged by over-heating. The oven becomes hot when it is used, KEEP AN EYE ON CHILDREN In the case of temperature changes and/or food such as pizza is unevenly placed on a...
  • Page 26 Roasting Roasting in the oven in easy and practical. Roast meat such as roast beef and fillets will be juiciest if roasting is carried out at an oven temperature of 125°C, but takes a little longer time that if done at a higher oven temperature.
  • Page 27: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Never use a steam cleaner when cleaning the cooker! Cleaning the cooker The easiest way to clean the cooker is by using a clean cloth, hot water and a little washing-up liquid directly after the oven has been used. NEVER USE SCOURING AGENTS OR OTHER AGENTS THAT COULD CAUSE SCRATCHES Remember that the tipping...
  • Page 28: Cleaning The Ceramic Glass Plate

    Cleaning the ceramic glass plate Immediately after use (while the plate is still hot),use the blade scraper to remove sugar or boil-over with a high sugar content, such as marmelade, as well as melted plastic and foil, to avoid damage to the plate. WHAT TO DO IF THE PLATE IS VERY DIRTY 1 Remove spots with the blade scraper (see below).
  • Page 29 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 boil-over from the ceramic glass plate. Do not use the scraper or other sharp instruments on the silicon edge since this implies a safety risk and can cause damage.
  • Page 30: Cleaning The Oven

    Cleaning the oven The shelf rails should be removed to facilitate cleaning, see page 31. The oven gets hot when in use, keep an eye on children. The oven has a surface of smooth enamel. THIS IS WHAT TO DO IF THE OVEN IS EXTREMELY DIRTY 1 Spill or boil-over that has become stuck can be loosened with a spatula...
  • Page 31 The oven door Do not use the door handle as a footstep. The oven door consists of two parts with heat-reflecting glass to provide a lower surface temperature. The inner glass can be removed for cleaning. CLEANING BETWEEN THE GLASS PANES Take care not to damage the door glass.
  • Page 32 Oven shelf rails It is possible to remove the oven shelf rails on both the right and left oven side walls to make it easier to clean the side walls. REMOVING THE OVEN SHELF RAILS First pull the front of the shelf rail away from the side of the oven (1) and then lift it away at the back (2).
  • Page 33: The Oven Light

    The oven light NOTE! Before you change the bulb, turn all the knobs to zero and make sure that the cooker is disconnected from the power supply. For cookers fitted with a cable and plug, pull out the plug. For other cookers, switch off the power with the multi-pole switch.
  • Page 34: Technical Data

    Technical data With reservation for possible changes. This equipment meets the demands in EG-directives 89/336/EEG and 73/23/EEG. EKC60110 Width (mm): Height when delivered (mm): Depth: ENERGY EFFICIENCY CLASS ENERGY CONSUMPTION Conventional heating (kWh): 0.79 COOKING TIMES STANDARD LOAD Conventional heating (min):...
  • Page 35: Europe Guarantee

    Europe 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 37: Practical Advice And Tips

    Practical advice and tips Problem Cause Remedy Bread/yeasted doughs If the oven temperature is Check the set temperature too low, the dough can rise against the and sponge cakes fall flat. and then go down again and recommendations in tables become flat.
  • Page 38 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 become too brown before they are completely cooked. Food positioned too high in Check in the table or recipe the oven, receiving too much that you have chosen the top heating when using top...
  • Page 39: Problems And Remedies

    Problems and remedies Never do anything to the cooker that could injure people or damage the product. Here are a few suggestions as to what you can do yourself if there is a problem. If you need assistance – contact Service. Problem Cause/Remedy The cooker is receiving no power...
  • Page 40: Disposal

    Problem Cause/Remedy F1 lights up in the display Contact Service F2 lights up in the display Disposal 1 Disconnect the cooker from the wall outlet. 2 Cut the cable as close to the back of the cooker as possible. 3 Deactivate the door lock so that children cannot be locked inside the oven.
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