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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTIONBOOK 6130 V-w 948290359...
  • Page 2: Aeg Offers Its Congratulations

    AEG offers its congratulations. Dear customer, Congratulations on purchasing your new AEG cooker. It is important you get to know your cooker’s functions and special features. Read these instructions, as they will help you to get the best of your new cooker.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Contents Page No. To the user AEG offers its congratulations ..............2 Safety information ..................5 Product description ..................7 Ceramic hob ..................9 Cooking zones ..................9 CHEC control ..................9 Residual heat indicator ................9 Oven ....................
  • Page 4 Contents Page No. Automatic oven stop ................32 Automatic oven start and stop ............33 The oven ..................... 35 Settings – baking ............... 39 Settings – other cooking ............40 Settings – roasting ..............43 Settings – slow roasting ............44 Settings –...
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    Safety information The cooker is designed for normal Stifle the flames with a lid and Danish household use. If used in never use water. any other way there is a risk of Use only pots and pans designed accident. for ceramic cooking zones. Check that bases are flat.
  • Page 6 Service the electric cable from the wall socket, cut it off close to the cooker Service and repairs must be carried out and deactivate the child safety by Electrolux Service force or by a mechanism. servicing organisation approved by them. Only spare parts supplied by the above may be used.
  • Page 7: Product Description

    Product description The cooker Oven valve Ceramic hob Clock buttons Oven Transport protection storage drawer Plinth Control panel Operating knobs Operating knob Operating knobs Operating knob Operating knobs for cooking zones for oven functions for clock for adjusting time for cooking zones and temperature...
  • Page 8 The hob Oven valve Single cooking zones Double cooking zones Cooking zone Oven and clock indicators Cooking zone indicators indicators...
  • Page 9: Ceramic Hob

    Automatic cut-out of “forgotten” Ceramic hob cooking zones. The ceramic hob has four cooking QUICKSTART on all heat settings. zones. When a cooking zone is Activation of the large zone on the switched on, its glow will turn on double cooking zones and off at different intervals, Child safety mechanism for the depending on the chosen heat...
  • Page 10: Oven

    Oven Plinth Instructions on how to use the oven are The plinth is adjustable to give given in the section: working heights from 85 cm to 93.5 “How to use”. You can select from the following oven functions: Fan oven Conventional oven Grill Combination oven...
  • Page 11: Safety Devices

    Safety devices The cooker has anti-tilt protection preventing it tipping over under abnormal load, e.g. if a child sits Wall on top of the open oven door. The anti-tilt protection must be mounted and only works when the cooker is pushed into position and the screw is Anti-tilt fitted.
  • Page 12: Equipment

    Equipment Razor and cleaning fluid for the ceramic hob. Two enamelled baking sheets One roasting dish One grid Anti-tilt protection Roasting thermometer...
  • Page 13: Before Use

    Before use Activating the child safety devices On the oven door The child safety device is located inside the handle on the left-hand side. Activate the child safety device by turning the small screw on the inside of the door. Use a coin to turn the screw.
  • Page 14 On the cooking zones Turn the two operating knobs to the left and hold them there for two seconds. The display will show: When you switch on a cooking zone, the display will show: Now when you switch on a cooking zone you must turn the two operating knobs to the left and hold them there for two seconds.
  • Page 15 On the oven functions The child safety device operates when the oven is not in use. 1. Simultaneously press buttons , holding them in for three seconds. 2. You will hear a “beep” and will see a "SAFE" on the display. You can deactivate the child safety device by: 1.
  • Page 16: Protecting The Ceramic Hob

    Protecting the ceramic hob Apply a protective coating to your ceramic hob before using it. This will make it easier to clean and prevent any spillages burning on hard. What to do: 1. Pour a few drops of the cleaning fluid onto a piece of kitchen paper and rub over the whole hob.
  • Page 17: Heat-cleaning The Oven

    Heat-cleaning the oven 1. Press 2. Turn the knob until a light appears opposite 3. Leave the oven in this setting for about one hour. Ensure good ventilation by turning on the cooker hood or opening a window 4. Turn off the oven by pressing 5.
  • Page 18: How To Use

    How to use Never place wet pans on the The ceramic hob ceramic hob. Make sure pans have no sand, sugar Never use a cracked ceramic or salt adhering to them. Sand can hob. Spillages or cleaning scratch the surface and sugar and water could penetrate into salt damage it.
  • Page 19: The Cooking Zones

    The cooking zones The operating knobs can be turned continuously from levels one to nine, nine being the highest setting. There is QUICKSTART on all levels, so you can turn the zone to the required heat setting from the start. See heat settings table.
  • Page 20: Chec Control

    CHEC control Autostop If you have forgotten to turn off one of the cooking zones, it will automatically cut out after a period of time. The higher the setting, the shorter the time will be before cut-out. Setting AUTOSTOP 6 hours 6 hours 5 hours 5 hours...
  • Page 21: Setting The Double Cooking Zone To Full-zone Operation

    1. Turn the operating knob to the right. will show on the display. Turn until the knob clicks. The QUICKSTART symbol will appear on the display and the QUICKSTART lamp will flash. 2. Then turn the operating knob to the desired heat setting (e.g.
  • Page 22 To switch on a cooking zone, you must now turn the two operating buttons to the left and hold them for two seconds. You must then turn on one of the cooking zones within ten seconds.
  • Page 23: Choice Of Pans

    Choice of pans A ceramic hob requires a more careful selection of cooking pans than traditional cookers with elements. Please note the following: - Aluminium has good heat conductivity but may leave silver-coloured marks on the hob. The marks can be removed with the cleaning agent supplied with the cooker if this is rubbed in well with kitchen paper.
  • Page 24 Check the flatness of the base by placing the pan upside down on a work surface and holding a ruler over the base. A curved base, whether inwards or outwards, will lengthen cooking times and increase energy consumption. If the base diameter is too small, energy consumption will go up and any spilled food will burn hard onto the hot cooking zone.
  • Page 25: Advice And Tips On Using The Cooking Zones

    Use 1 dl water on the 14 cm Advice and tips on using the cooking zone. cooking zones Use 2 dl water on the 18 cm cooking zone Following the advice below Use 3 dl water on the 21 cm can help you save energy and cooking zone make cleaning easier.
  • Page 26: The Clock

    The clock Display and buttons 17 00 ON/OFF Minute timer Cooking time Stop time Temperature display...
  • Page 27: Setting/altering The Time

    Setting/altering the time 17 00 Example: The time is 17:00 1. Simultaneously press buttons . The colon will begin to flash. Release the buttons. 2. Turn until the proper time in hours and minutes appears in the display. After 5 seconds the dot will stop flashing.
  • Page 28: Oven Function Selection

    Oven function selection You alter the oven function by turning the oven control knob. Fan oven: Conventional oven Grill Combination oven Bottom heat Slow roast (roasting thermometer) Pizza/quiche Defrosting...
  • Page 29: Temperature Selection

    Temperature selection 17 00 1. Press 2. You alter the oven function by turning the oven control knob. 2. You can alter the temperature by turning When the oven starts the display will show the set temperature. As the oven’s temperature rises you can read off the actual temperature by pressing .
  • Page 30: Automatic Roasting

    Automatic roasting E.g. To roast a joint to a centre temperature of 65˚C. The roast is to be cooked at 175˚C using the fan oven. 1. Insert the roasting thermometer sensor into the centre of the joint. 2. Plug the thermometer into the socket on the right side of the oven.
  • Page 31 The display will show the desired centre temperature. Press to see the actual temperature in the centre of the joint, the oven’s set temperature and the current temperature of the oven. One press of will show the actual temperature in the centre of the meat (once the temperature is above 31˚C) for five seconds.
  • Page 32: Automatic Oven Stop

    Automatic oven stop To operate the oven as a fan oven at 175˚C for 30 min. The time is 17:00. 1. Start the oven by pressing 2. Select the oven function by turning the control knob until a light appears opposite 3.
  • Page 33: Automatic Oven Start And Stop

    Automatic oven start and stop. Example: The time is 17:00. To start the oven automatically and cook the food with the fan oven at 175˚C for 30 min. The food is to be ready at 18:00. 1. Start the oven, by pressing 2.
  • Page 34 When the set cooking time is up, the oven will three beeps. Single beeps will sound at short intervals as an indication that the food is ready. When the oven has turned off, The oven symbol will first disappear only when the button is pressed.
  • Page 35: The Oven

    The oven Never put aluminium foil, a baking sheet or a roasting dish directly on the floor of the oven. The enamel could be damaged through overheating. The oven gets hot during use, so keep children under supervision. Conventional oven The oven has heating elements in the ceiling and floor which cook the food directly by radiated heat.
  • Page 36 When using the fan oven, two shelves can be used simultaneously. The shelves must be placed on rails 2 and 5 or 1 and 4. When using the fan oven, cooking temperatures should be reduced by 15-20% in comparison with a conventional oven.
  • Page 37 Defrosting Best results are obtained by pre- heating the oven. The ring element and oven fan are The pre-heating time for 220˚C is used. This function ensures gentle approximately 15 min. thawing of frozen products. You can Use the temperature and time defrost on the grid or on several indicated in the recipe.
  • Page 38 In a conventional oven, the whole surface will develop a uniform colour. In a fan oven baking and cooking is more rational, but the colour will be more uneven. To achieve the best results arrange the food so as not to block air flow.
  • Page 39: Settings - Baking

    Settings - baking Baking Conventional oven Fan oven ˚C ˚C Mins Mins 200-225 8-12 2&5 170-180 12-15 White rolls 15-20 2&5 Wholemeal rolls 170-180 15-20 200-225 10-12 2&5 170-180 10-15 Small yeast cakes and filling 200-225 10-15 2&5 175-185 12-15 Sweet pretzels 180-200 35-40...
  • Page 40: Settings - Other Cooking

    Settings – other cooking Madlavning ˚C In oven In oven Mins Mins Conv. Oven Fan oven* Combi-oven Fish, poached 160-170 150-160 Not suitable 180-200 170-180 Fish, baked Not suitable 175-200 Meat loaf 45-60 170-180 170-180 Gratin 180-200 165-175 50-60 Not suitable 180-200 165-175 Pâté...
  • Page 41 Roasting This oven is well insulated. That means that humidity in the oven will be relatively high and consequently no water should be added when roasting. If you want stock for making gravy, place the joint in a suitably sized oven-proof dish and add max.
  • Page 42 Use of the roasting thermometer To achieve the best results, the tip of the roasting thermometer must be buried in the thickest part of the joint. It must not rest in fat or against a bone, as this will give a false reading.
  • Page 43: Settings - Roasting

    Settings – roasting (in traditional oven, fan oven and combination oven) Roasting ˚C ˚C In oven In oven Mins Mins of the meat per kg meat Conv. Oven Fan oven Combi- oven Beef Rare-roasted Rump joints (browning) 10 total (roasting) 50-60 Fully-roasted 70-75...
  • Page 44: Settings - Slow Roasting

    Settings - slow-roasting These programmes are suitable for lean and red meat. Joints must weigh a maximum of 2.5 kg. Roasting ˚C Minut Minut of the meat per kg meat Beef Beef joint approx. 1000-1500g 2-3 62-65˚C 2 hours Rump joint 65˚C 2 hours Old fashioned beef 2500g...
  • Page 45 Grilling For grilling the temperature should be 250˚C. If you wish to grill more gently you may choose a lower temperature. Wipe the item to the grilled with kitchen paper as otherwise moist items will steam rather than grill. Allow the grill to warm up for five minutes before putting in the food.
  • Page 46: Settings - Grilling

    Grilling times depend on the size, fat marbling, quantity and temperature of the food to be grilled. Fish and white meat (poultry, veal and pork) will not take as pronounced a colour as dark meat (beef and game). Grilling oil and grilling spices will give a better colour but increase the risk of burning the food.
  • Page 47: Advice And Tips On Using The Oven

    Don’t roast at too high a Advice and tips on using temperature. Meat contains about the oven 70% water. To get the juiciest meat, slow-roast it. The roasting Use the following advice to time will be slightly longer and you save energy and make will use slightly more energy at the cleaning easier.
  • Page 48: The Storage Drawer

    Ventilation position Each time you finish using your oven, put it in ventilation position. Otherwise there is a risk of humidity in the oven causing rust. What to do: 1. Open the oven door and lift the two stop catches. 2.
  • Page 49: Cleaning And Maintenance Of

    Cleaning and maintenance of The anti-tilt mechanism will impair heat conduction between the only work when the cooker is cooking zones and the pans. After pushed back into position and use, wipe down the cooking zones with a damp cloth and washing-up the screw has been mounted.
  • Page 50: The Oven

    The oven When cleaning the oven it is convenient to remove the door and shelf rails. The sides, ceiling and rear wall of the oven are of catalytic enamel which is partly self-cleaning at temperatures over 200˚C. After cooking at low temperatures and or where the oven is covered with fat, the oven must be heat- cleaned.
  • Page 51 4. Set the oven to heat-clean. 1. Carefully loosen the dirt with a Switch on at . Turn the knob wooden scraper. to . Select temperature 300˚C 2. Smear the floor with soft soap, by turning knob preferably in liquid form, using a 5.
  • Page 52 The oven fan The fan may get dirty from fat droplets from roasting. Check the fan every four months and clean if necessary. Switch off at the main switch before cleaning the oven fan, as no current may be connected when cleaning the oven fan.
  • Page 53: Removing The Oven Door

    The oven door Clean the enamel with a clean cloth, hot water and washing-up liquid. Removing the oven door 1. Set the door in ventilation position. 2. Pull it diagonally upwards towards you. 3. Place the door on a secure surface on a table.
  • Page 54 Middle pane 1. Hold the springs on either side of the glass 2. Lift the glass out. Outer pane 1. Lay the oven door on a table. 2. Grasp the door frame and carefully press the glass out of the frame. Cleaning the oven door panes.
  • Page 55 Oven equipment Removing the shelf rails 1. Pull the shelf rails out and up in the direction of the arrows. 2. Lift the shelf rails up. Cleaning of shelf rails and grid Wash the shelf rails and grid by hand or in a dish-washer. In the case of severe soiling, they may put to soak.
  • Page 56: Replacing The Oven Light Bulb

    Replacing the oven light bulb Turn off the cooker at the main switch as no current may be connected when changing the light bulbs. 1. First remove the shelf rail. Prise out the lamp cover, e.g. by carefully inserting a screwdriver between the cover and the wall.
  • Page 57: The Storage Drawer

    The sealing strip must be dry before being reinstalled. Reinstall the strip by inserting the hooks in the holes and straightening the strip so that it lies parallel to the oven sides. The joint in the strip must be at the bottom. Indicator lamps These lamps are of the glow lamp type.
  • Page 58: Unpacking

    Unpacking Check that the product is free of the front of these instructions so it is faults and undamaged on delivery. easy to find if you need to call Service. Transport damage Disposal of packaging Any transport damage incurred during transport which you yourself All the packaging can be recycled.
  • Page 59: Installation

    Installation Location of cooker in the kitchen If part of a fitted kitchen, the cooker must be located directly by a high kitchen cupboard. Height adjustment The cooker as supplied is at its lowest height of 85 cm. The cooker can be adjusted in height from 85 –...
  • Page 60 Installation of anti-tilt device The anti-tilt device prevents the cooker tipping forward. Wall What to do: 1. Screw the attached angle fitting to the floor as shown. 2. Take the drawer out of the cooker and push the cooker into place. Anti-tilt 3.
  • Page 61: Electrical Installation

    Installation Electrical installation 1 2 3 4 N 230/400V Installation may only be carried out by an authorised L1L2 L3 N electrical installation engineer or a person 230/400V 1 2 3 4 N authorised by the manufacturer.Work carried out by non-experts may lead to personal injury or damage L1 L2 to property, besides ruining...
  • Page 62: Service

    Service Before calling out Service – practical advice Problems Remedy Bread, rolls and soft cakes do not Temperature too low. The baking rises rise..........and then collapses again. Use a higher temperature. You have used too little yeast or baking powder.
  • Page 63 Problems Remedy Baking/food turns out too dark or Wrong temperature. When cooking in unevenly baked......the fan oven, temperatures should be reduced by 15-20% in comparison with a conventional oven. Note that a change of 5˚C can greatly affect the result.
  • Page 64: Before Calling Out Service - Technical Advice

    Before calling service – Technical advice Problems Remedy The cooker/oven does not work Check that the cooker is switched on. Check the cooker’s fuses. (NB There are three fuses). The oven does not heat up quickly A conventional oven will heat up to enough 200˚C in approx.
  • Page 65 Problems Remedy The cooking zones keep switching This is the overheat mechanism cutting on and off. in and out to avoid overheating in the ceramic hob. It has no effect on cooking results. The cooking zones will not turn The child safety device is activated. on and the display shows Simultaneously turn the two operating knobs with the child safety symbol to...

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