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DEO76 30" Built-in Double Oven -
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    User’s Manual DEO76 30” Built-in Double Oven - User’s Manual...

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    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 H of this manual. It is important to the performance of the oven to allow sufficient air circulation around the appliance. All installation, adjustments and maintenance operations must be carried out by qualified technicians in accordance with the enclosed instructions and current installation standards.

  • Page 4: B - Accessories

    Do not use water on grease fires Fires or flame should be smothered using flameproof material or extinguished using a dry chemical or other suitable fire retardant. When the cooker is not in use, ensure that all the knobs are in the off position. Furthermore, if it is unused for a period of time, shut off the mains electricity supply for the appliance.

  • Page 5: C - 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. Power on NOTE: Oven will not operate unless time clock is set When power is first applied the display will flash and shows 00:00.

  • Page 6: D - Electronic Programmer Operation

    Electronic Programmer Operation The 24 hour clock allows the setting of automatic cooking options up to 24 hours in advance. Minus Time Button Mode (Countdown Timer with Alarm, Cooking duration, End Time) Plus Time Button IMPORTANT – NOTE FOR NEW INSTALLATION AND FIRST OPERATION Setting the time on the 24 hour clock 1- The clock will require setting when you first turn on the power (or following a power failure).

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    Adjusting the tone of the electronic timer alarm. There are 3 different tones from which you can select. To change the tone you press the “+” and “-“ simultaneously, then press the Mode button once, Ton will be displayed. Pressing the “-“ button while ton is in the display, will change the tone to the desired setting, then press the mode button once.

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    Note: If you have not turned the cooking mode and temperature off, your oven will now continue to operate manually. The AUTO symbol will disappear and the POT symbol will reappear. Fully automatic – (Start Later – Stop Later) Your oven may be programmed to start, cook for the desired time and turn off automatically. This function is particularly useful in the preparation of the evening meal, should you be out during the day, it will be ready on your return home.

  • Page 9: E - Cooking Modes And Instructions

    Cooking modes and Instructions cooking functions will vary from model to model – following is a description NOTE: of the functions that are available and some or all of these functions will be included on the product you have purchased. Single Oven Double Oven PREHEATING...

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    NOTE: Any food or other cooking utensils placed in the oven during preheating will affect the preheating time. The preheat time may also vary with installations. WARNING When using an alternative cooking mode for fast preheat, be sure to turn the cooking mode to your required setting before placing food in the oven.

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    Baking guide. These cooking charts are intended as a guide only. Temperature and cooking times may vary to suit individual tastes. Oven Temperature General Times Foods Suitable – under Very slow Small meringues, pavlova, custard, reheating - 150 Slow Rich fruit cake, light fruit cake - 180 Moderate Casseroles, deep butter cake...

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    STEAM CLEAN ASSIST Traditionally, oven enamels have been porous. This creates a surface that, over time, collects microscopic oil and grime deposits that build up within these pores and become nearly impossible to remove. Thanks to some of the latest technology, we have revolutionary new enamel which is much less porous than predecessors and creates a surface that has glass-like characteristics.

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    CONVENTIONAL OVEN In this traditional mode, oven heat is provided from the top and under the oven compartment and is most suitable when cooking on a single shelf. For best results, arrange the shelves so the top of the food is near the centre of the oven.

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    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 –...

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    3- Select FAN GRILL mode. 4- Set the oven to the desired temperature. (see note below and refer to FAN GRILL temperature guide). 5- When cooking is complete turn the oven off. NOTE: Large grill pans or roasting dishes can restrict the circulation of air in the oven. To prevent moisture condensing in the cooler lower sections of the oven, preheat the oven for approximately 10 minutes, using CONVENTIONAL OVEN or HIGH BAKE modes, prior to fan grilling.

  • Page 16: F - Cleaning And Maintenance

    CLASSIC BAKE (bottom of double oven) In this mode, oven heat is provided from the concealed bottom element. This is most suitable for cooking food which requires a well cooked base or where minimal browning is required. 1- Adjust oven shelves to desired position/s. 2- Select CLASSIC BAKE.

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    it is safe to do so. Once cool the affected area should be thoroughly cleaned and rinsed using non- abrasive, mild cleaning detergents and water. 2. Care for stainless steel No metal is indestructible and certain procedures should be followed to maintain the finish and durability of stainless steel.

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    Routine cleaning Ensure all controls are in the off position and the appliance is cool before cleaning. When wiping stainless steel surfaces with a brushed finish, wipe in the same directions as the brushing. To clean the oven interior, fully open or remove the door/s (top opening type, see opposite page) for better access while cleaning.

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    To re-fit the oven door: Holding the door at an angle to the oven, slide the hinges into the oven frame, making sure that on each side the top curved arm fits into the top slot and the lower arm fits into the bottom slot.

  • Page 20: G - Trouble Shooting Guide

    For Double Oven re-fit the bottom door first by fixing the hinges with their screws; fix also the bracket of the middle spacer profile at the same time Re-fit the top door after having rotated it by 180° Re-fit the two door catches in the appropriate oven front frame position – minor adjustment available later to ensure accurate receipt of door striker pin Re-fit the remaining screws in the thread holes in the oven front frame The changeover is complete –...

  • Page 21: H - Installation Instructions

    Installation instructions. INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER THE GRAB HANDLES MUST BE USED TO MOVE THE OVEN. WHEN THE OVEN IS HALF FITTED IN THE CABINET, IT IS POSSIBLE TO REMOVE THE TWO HANDLES BY UNSCREWING THE FOUR FIXING SCREWS. DO NOT LIFT OVEN BY THE FRONT DOOR AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE OVEN WARNING: Installation must comply with Standards North America (within North America) wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations and any other applicable requirements.

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    SEO 60 - Single Oven Measurements VOID (Cut-out) Cut-out:...

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    SEO 76 - Single Oven Measurements VOID (Cut-out) Cut-out:...

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    SEO 90 - Single Oven Measurements Cut-out: VOID (Cut-out)

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    D2006M-M – 60cm Double Oven Measurements Cut-out: VOID (Cut-out)

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    DEO 76 – 76cm Double Oven Measurements VOID (Cut-out) Cut-out:...

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    It is important to the performance of the oven and the protection of adjoining cabinets that the following installation preparation is observed. 1. The oven cavity floor should accommodate an opening to allow a satisfactory flow of air to circulate around the appliance. Should the oven  be placed under counter, below an AEG cooktop, be it either gas or electric, it  is acceptable as long as the base of the cabinet that the oven sits on, has the centre piece of  wood, as per the installation instructions, removed.  The oven requires a source of fresh air  preferably from below, a  minimum opening of 100 sq. in or 645 sq. cm will be sufficient. If the ...

  • Page 28: I - Electrical Wiring Diagrams And Instructions

    I - 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.

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    TOTAL RATING 3.60Kw 6.60 kW...

  • Page 32: Warranty

    Canada Tel 905-829.3980 Fax 905-829.3985 email marketing@euro-line-appliances.com 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:...

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    AEG appliances are imported and distributed in North America by Euro-Line Appliances Inc. For more information visit www.euro-line-appliances.com / www.elawest.com 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...

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