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Your new cooker is a high quality appliance which we are
sure will serve you extremely well for many years to come.
Please read the operating instructions carefully so you that
you can gain maximum benefit from all of its technical featu
At the beginning of the operating instructions you will find
important safety information.
You will then be introduced to the parts of your new cooker
one by one. We will show you what it is capable of doing,
and how you should operate it.
The tables have been compiled in such a way as to enable
you to make the appropriate settings step by step. They in
clude details of the most common dishes, suitable utensils,
corresponding shelf levels in the oven, and the best settings
for hob or oven, all of which have of course been tested in
our studio kitchen.
So that your cooker maintains its attractive appearance over
a long period of time, we have also provided various tips for
care and cleaning. And if a problem arises at any time, you
will find information to help you resolve minor problems your
self at the back of the operating instructions.
Any questions? Always turn to the contents pages first of all
and you will soon find the appropriate answer.
Instruction manual
HL 62054
5650 015 265


   Summary of Contents for SIEMENS HL 62054

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    Any questions? Always turn to the contents pages first of all and you will soon find the appropriate answer. Instruction manual HL 62054 5650 015 265 S290184...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Important information ..... . . Before connecting your new appliance ..Safety information .

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    Table of contents Cakes and biscuits ......Advice on baking ......Meat, poultry, fish .

  • Page 4: Important Information

    Important information Please read this instruction manual carefully Before connecting before using the appliance for the first time. It your new appliance contains important safety advice and information about using and caring for your appliance. q Keep the instruction manual in a safe place. Please pass on the instruction manual to the new owner if you sell the appliance.

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    q Never store combustible items in the oven cavity, as these could ignite in the event of unintentional appliance startup. Do not place combustible items on top of the hob. q In the event of a fault, switch off the cooker fuse in the fuse box.

  • Page 6: How To Prevent Damage To Your Appliance

    q Never place a baking tray or aluminium foil on the How to prevent oven cavity floor, as this would result in the oven damage to your heat being trapped. The baking and roasting times appliance would no longer be maintained and the enamel could be damaged.

  • Page 7: Installation And Connection

    Installation and connection The electrical connection must be made by an approved specialist. Comply with the requirements of the relevant electricity supply company. Improper connection will invalidate your warranty. To comply with the relevant safety regulations, an For the fitter all pole isolating switch with a contact gap of at least 3 mm must be present on the installation side.

  • Page 8: Levelling The Cooker

    The height of the oven feet can be adjusted, thus Levelling the cooker allowing you to compensate for uneven floors. The drawer in the oven plinth must be removed from its runners if you wish to adjust the feet. Slowly pull the draw towards you. There are two pins on each side of the drawer.

  • Page 9: Your New Cooker

    Your new cooker Control panel Glass ceramic with electronic clock, function selector, temperature selector and hotplate controls Cooling fan Oven carriage Plinth drawer Details vary according to the cooker model The cooker is fitted with a cooling fan. The fan continues to switch on and off automatically while the oven is warm.

  • Page 10: The Control Panel

    All the control knobs can be pushed in at the OFF The control panel position. Press the control knob briefly to release it or push it in. The knob on the electronic clock can also be pushed Program button Weight button Clock Rotary...

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    Hotplate control with indicator light The control has settings 1 to 9. 0 = hotplate off 1 = Lowest heat setting 9 = Highest heating setting Oven temperature selector Hotplate control with indicator light for hotplate with extended The temperature selector has the cooking zone following settings: 1 9 = Heat settings...

  • Page 12: Heating Methods

    Your oven offers you a choice of heating methods Heating methods providing ideal options for cooking all types of food. Conventional top/bottom heat Heat is radiated evenly from the top and bottom of the oven onto the cake or joint of meat. This is the best method for cooking bread, sponge cakes and juicy fruit flans on one shelf level.

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    Full width grill The full width of the grill becomes hot. You can grill several steaks, sausages, fish or pieces of toast. Hot air grilling The grill and fan switch on and off alternately. During the breaks in heating the fan circulates the heat from the grill round the item being cooked.

  • Page 14: Oven Carriage And Accessories

    Oven carriage and accessories The accessory is suspended from the hooks on the left and right of the oven carriage. The accessory can be inserted on 5 different levels. HZ 24400 Wire grill for cooking dishes, cake tins, roasts, food for grilling and frozen meals.

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    HZ 24100 Enamel baking tray for cakes and biscuits. HZ 24200 Shelf support with baking tray without hooks for cakes and biscuits. Insert the baking tray into the support with the sloped edge against the back wall of the oven. The baking tray without hooks can be removed to the side.

  • Page 16: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Setting the clock ...if three zeros flash in the When the oven is first connected, or following a power display cut, three zeros and the a and ! symbols flash in the display. Set the time or switch off the electronic clock. Setting the clock Briefly press the a timer button and the ! end button simultaneously.

  • Page 17: Switching Off The Electronic Clock

    Notes q If you wish to set or change the time, you have six seconds to do so between steps 1 and 2. When the six seconds have passed, the time shown in the display is adopted as the current time. q The clock display is darker between 22.00 and 06.00 hours.

  • Page 18: Cooking

    Cooking Please heed the following information in order to pre How to prevent vent damage to your hob and to keep it in good con damage to your dition: appliance Cookware q Saucepans and pans must not have rough bases. These will scratch the hob.

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    q The glass scaper has a sharp blade. It is best not to use it too near the hob surround, as this could be damaged. Discoloration on the hob Shimmering metallic discoloration may be caused by material which has rubbed off saucepan bases, or by unsuitable cleaning agents.

  • Page 20: The Hob

    The hob 17 cm hotplate 14.5 cm or 17 x 26 cm hotplate extended cooking zone 18 cm 21 cm and 12 cm hotplate dual circuit hotplate Residual heat indicator The hob has a residual heat indicator for each Residual hotplate.

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    The size of these hotplates can be altered. l Dual circuit Activating the large hotplate: hotplate Turn the hotplate control to setting 9 - you will feel m Hotplate with light resistance - and then clockwise to extended cooking l = large dual circuit hotplate or zone m = extended cooking zone.

  • Page 22: Setting The Oven

    Examples Heat setting Frying Pancakes Fish fingers Cutlets Roasting Pot roast Beef rolls Minerals and vitamins are water soluble, therefore: Use less water vitamins and minerals are retained. Use shorter cooking times for crunchy vegetables. Setting the oven The function selector and the temperature selector Setting procedure can be pushed in from the Off position.

  • Page 23: If The Oven Is To Switch Off Automatically

    Set the function selector..if the oven is to Set the temperature selector. switch off Press the ? cooking time button. automatically You must start to set the cooking time within the next six seconds. Set the cooking time in hours and minutes using the knob.

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    Set the time when the meal should be ready by turning the knob. The current time reappears after a few seconds. The oven switches on and off at the appropriate time. To correct: Make the settings as described in points 5 and 6. To cancel: Switch off the function selector.

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    The pot roast will be ready after 1 hour and 20 minutes. The oven switches off. Switch off the function selector and the temperature selector. Imagine it is 9.30 am. You still have a few things to sort out and the pot roast must be ready by 12 noon. No problem.

  • Page 26: Cakes And Biscuits

    Cakes and biscuits Baking tins Dark coloured, metal baking tins are the most suit able. If you are going to use a light coloured baking tin made from thin material or a glass dish, it is best to employ hot air. Even then the baking time will be longer and the cake is less likely to become brown to the same degree all over.

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    Example: Creamed cakes Cakes in tins Tin on the wire grill Level Type of Temperature Baking heating in ºC time in minutes Cakes on the tray Level Type of Temperature in Baking time heating ºC in minutes...

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    Cakes on the tray Level Type of Temperature in Baking time heating ºC in minutes Swiss roll (preheat) 1 tray 180 200 15 20 Plaited loaf with 500 g flour 1 tray 170 190 25 35 Stollen with 500 g flour 1 tray 150 170 60 70...

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    Example: Baking biscuits on two levels Biscuits Level Type of Temperature in Baking time heating °C in minutes Biscuits 1 baking tray 140 160 10 25 2 baking trays 130 150 25 35 2 baking trays + universal pan* 1+3+4 130 150 30 40 Meringue...

  • Page 30: Advice On Baking

    Advice on baking You wish to bake using Orientate your baking to similar items from the baking your own recipe. tables. This way you can see if the Approximately 10 minutes before the end of the bak sponge cake is baked ing time specified in the cooking instructions, pierce through.

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    The cake will not come out Once baked, allow the cake to cool for 5 to 10 min when tipped upside down. utes, as it will then be easier to remove from the tin. If it still cannot be removed, carefully loosen the edge using a knife.

  • Page 32: Meat, Poultry, Fish

    Meat, poultry, fish Ovenware Advice on roasting Advice on grilling...

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    The table applies to insertion into a cold oven. The Meat time specifications are provided as guidelines only and depend on the type and quality of the meat. Meat Weight Ovenware Level Type of Temperature Duration heating ºC, Grill minutes...

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    The table applies to dishes placed in a cold oven. Poultry Poultry will turn out particularly crispy and brown if you baste it towards the end of the roasting time with butter, salted water, the drained fat, or orange juice. Turn whole poultry after two thirds of the grilling time.

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    The table applies to dishes placed in a cold oven. Fish Example: Grilled trout Fish Weight Ovenware Level Type of Temperature Cooking heating in ºC, grill time in minutes Grilled fish 300 g each Grill pan* SS setting 18 20 1 kg 190 200 45 50...

  • Page 36: Advice On Roasting And Grilling

    Advice on roasting and grilling Select the next lowest weight from the instructions The table does not contain specifications for the and extend the time. weight of the roast How can you tell when the Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist roast is ready.

  • Page 37: Bakes, Gratins, Toast

    Bakes, gratins, toast The table applies to dishes placed in a cold oven. Example: Pasta bake Meal Ovenware Level Type of Temperature Duration in heating ºC, Grill minutes Sweet bakes Casserole 180 200 40 50 (e.g. quark and fruit bake) Savoury bakes made from cooked Casserole, 210 230...

  • Page 38: Frozen Foods

    Frozen foods Please observe the instructions on the packaging. The values in the table apply to dishes placed in a cold oven. Example: Frozen pizza on the wire grill Meal Level Type of Temperature Cooking time heating in ºC in minutes Fruit strudel* Universal pan 180 200...

  • Page 39: Automatic Roasting

    Automatic roasting For stews You can cook a juicy roast or a delicious stew in a covered dish without needing to turn or baste it using automatic roasting. You will be able to prepare gourmet stews with ease. The oven remains clean. Roasting table The roasting table applies to dishes placed in a cold oven.

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    Frozen Press program Program Press weight Weight meals button number button range Veal 0.5 2.0 kg Leg of lamb, boned 0.5 2.0 kg Chicken, turkey, poularde 0.5 2.0 kg Turkey drumsticks on the bone 0.3 1.5 kg Roast mutton, venison, wild boar 0.5 2.0 kg Venison, small game 0.5 2.0 kg...

  • Page 41: Setting Procedure

    Stews A special feature of the automatic roasting is that it is simple to cook stews. You can combine different kinds of meat and fresh vegetables. q Cut the meat into bite sized pieces. Chicken pieces do not need to be divided. The ratio of meat to vegetables should be 1:1 to 1:2;...

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    Example: 1 kg meat loaf Press the weight button. The kg symbol lights up and the smallest possible weight appears in the display. If you wish to change this weight, you must start within the next six seconds otherwise the automatic roasting program will start.

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    Please note: During the last 30 minutes of the program, the oven no longer heats and the oven lighting switches off. This applies to all programs. These 30 minutes are required so that your stew turns out juicy. Only then can you take the dish out of the oven.

  • Page 44: Tips For Automatic Roasting

    Tips for automatic roasting The roast looks good, but the juices are burnt. The roast looks good, but the juices are too light and watery. The top of the roast is too dry. If you want to braise several pieces of meat at the same time.

  • Page 45: Defrosting

    Defrosting Remove the food from its packaging and place it in a suitable dish on the wire grill. Please observe the instructions on the packaging. The defrosting times depend on the type and amount of food. Example: Cream gateau Accessories Level Type of Temperature in heating...

  • Page 46: Drying

    Drying q Only use perfectly fresh fruit and vegetables, and wash them thoroughly. q Allow the food to drain well, or dry it yourself. q Line the baking tray and wire grill with baking paper or greaseproof paper. Foodstuff Level Type of Temperature C Duration, hours heating...

  • Page 47: Sterilizing

    Sterilizing Preparation Oven settings...

  • Page 48: Sterilizing Fruit

    As soon as the contents of the jars begins to bubble, Sterilizing fruit i.e., the bubbles rise in quick succession after approximately 30 to 40 minutes, switch the temperature selector back to 30 °C. The jars should be removed from the oven after 25 to 35 minutes of residual heat.

  • Page 49: The Timer

    The timer The electronic clock must be switched on to allow you to set the timer. The timer can run independently of the other settings. For this reason, it has a special signal. You may use the automatic roasting function for your pot roast and at the same time use the timer to set the cooking time for your pasta.

  • Page 50: Care And Cleaning

    Notes q 1.00, indicating one minute, appears in the display while you are making settings. Turn the knob anti clockwise if you wish to set the seconds. If you set a time which is over one hour, 1h.00, indicating one hour, appears in the display after 59.00 minutes has been reached.

  • Page 51: Hob

    Coating the ceramic surface of your hob with a protective care agent will provide a gleaming, dirt repelling film. This keeps your hob in prime condition and also facilitates cleaning. We recommend that you use cera fix", which can be obtained from drugstores, domestic appliance stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets.

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    While the hob is still hand hot, it should be cleaned with a suitable cleaning agent and a kitchen towel. Afterwards it should be washed off and then rubbed dry with a clean cloth. Water spots can also be removed using lemon juice or vinegar.

  • Page 53: Oven

    Hob surround It is best the clean the hob surround using lukewarm soapy water. Never use strong or abrasive products. Observe the following in order to ensure the long la Oven sting attractiveness of your oven: Never use hard scouring pads or coarse cleaning sponges.

  • Page 54: Seals

    Notes The oven is enamelled. Enamel has to be burnt on at very high temperatures. This can cause some slight colour variations. The edges of thin trays can be rough as they cannot be completely enamelled. Anti corrosion protection is guaranteed.

  • Page 55: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Malfunctions often have simple explanations. Please read the following instructions before calling the after sales service: Problem Possible cause Comments/remedy The cooker does not work. Blown fuse. Look in the fuse box and check that the fuse is in working order. Power failure.

  • Page 56: Note

    q There may be a gentle buzzing as the hotplates Note heat up. The heat may show differently on the individual hotplates. This is a technical feature and does not influence quality or function. q Depending on the angle of vision, the red glowing heat may appear to spread beyond the marked boundary of the hotplate.

  • Page 57: Replacing The Oven Light

    If the oven light fails, it must be replaced. You can do Replacing the oven this yourself. Heat resistant spare bulbs are available light from your local specialist. To this end, please specify the E number and FD number of your appliance. Only use these bulbs.

  • Page 58: After Sales Service

    After sales service Our after sales service is there for you if your oven needs to be repaired. You will find the address and telephone number of your nearest after sales service centre in the phone book. The after sales service centres listed will also be happy to advise you of a service point in your local area.

  • Page 59: Protection Of The Environment

    Protection of the environment Your new appliance was protected by suitable Packaging and old packaging while it was on its way to you. All materials appliances used for this purpose are environmentally friendly and suitable for recycling. Please make a contribution to protecting the environment by disposing of the packaging appropriately.

  • Page 60

    Energy Normal 1½ fold 4 fold consumption Pan with flat Bottom of pan Pan without lid bottom and lid is not flat q Use the residual heat. For longer cooking times, it is possible to switch off the hotplate 5 to 10 minutes before the end of the cooking time.

  • Page 61: Test Dishes

    Test dishes In accordance with DIN 44547 and EN 60350 Baking The values in the table apply to dishes placed in a cold oven. Meal Accessories and notes Level Type of Temperature Baking time heating in ºC in minutes Ø Ø...

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    Grilling The values in the table apply to dishes placed in a cold oven. Meal Accessories Level Type of Grill setting Cooking heating time in minutes Toast Wire grill Setting SSS (10 mins. preheating) Beefburgers, x 12* Wire grill** Setting SSS 25 30 Turn half way through the cooking time.

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