AEG BS9304001 User Manual
AEG BS9304001 User Manual

AEG BS9304001 User Manual

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  • Page 1 EN User manual BS9304001...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    13. WHAT TO DO IF… ............42 FOR PERFECT RESULTS Thank you for choosing this AEG product. We have created it to give you impeccable performance for many years, with innovative technologies that help make life simpler –...
  • Page 3: Safety Information

    ENGLISH 1. SAFETY INFORMATION Before the installation and use of the appliance, careful- ly read the supplied instructions. The manufacturer is not responsible if an incorrect installation and use cau- ses injuries and damages. Always keep the instructions with the appliance for future reference. 1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety WARNING! Risk of suffocation, injury or permanent disability.
  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    • Only use the core temperature sensor recommended for this appliance. • To remove the shelf supports first pull the front of the shelf support and then the rear end away from the side walls.
  • Page 5: Steam Cooking

    ENGLISH 2.2 Use – do not put water directly into the hot appliance. WARNING! – do not keep moist dishes and food Risk of injury, burns or electric in the appliance after you finish the shock or explosion. cooking. – be careful when you remove or in- •...
  • Page 6: Product Description

    2.4 Internal light 2.5 Disposal • The type of light bulb or halogen lamp WARNING! used for this appliance, is only for Risk of injury or suffocation. household appliances. Do not use it • Disconnect the appliance from the for house lighting.
  • Page 7: Before First Use

    ENGLISH Grill- / Roasting pan To bake and roast or as a pan to collect fat. Patisserie tray For rolls, brezels and small pastries. Suit- able for steam functions. The discoloura- tion of the surface has no effect on the functions.
  • Page 8: Control Panel

    Refer to chapter "Care and set the language, display contrast, dis- Cleaning". play brightness and time of day. Use the shuttle to set the values. Press OK to confirm. 4.2 First Connection When you connect the appliance to the mains or after a power cut, you have to 5.
  • Page 9: Daily Use

    ENGLISH Sen- Function Comment Num- field Temperature selection To set the temperature or show the current temperature in the appliance. To activate or deac- tivate the Fast Heat Up func- tion, touch the field for 3 sec- onds. Minute Minder To set the Minute Minder .
  • Page 10 10 6.1 Navigating the menus Press OK to move to the submenu or accept the setting. Operation of the menus: At any time you can get back to the Activate the appliance. main menu with Rotate the shuttle clockwise or coun- terclockwise to select the menu op- tion.
  • Page 11: Heating Functions

    ENGLISH Symbol Submenu Application Activates and deactivates the alarm Alarm/Error Tones tones. Helps you with the cleaning proce- Cleaning Assistant dure. Shows the software version and con- Service figuration. Factory Settings Resets all settings to factory settings. 6.3 Heating functions Submenu for: Heating Functions heating function Application...
  • Page 12 12 heating function Application Turbo Grilling To roast larger meat joints or poultry with bones on one shelf position. Also to grati- nate and to brown. Fast Grilling To grill flat food in large quantities. To toast bread. Grilling To grill flat food in the middle of the grill.
  • Page 13: Steam Cooking

    ENGLISH Fast Heat Up Indicator Press to go directly to the Heating Functions menu. You This function decreases the heat-up can use it when the appliance is time. To activate the function, hold activated. for 3 seconds. The heat-up indicator al- ternates.
  • Page 14: Clock Functions

    14 7. CLOCK FUNCTIONS Symbol Function Description To set a countdown (max. 2 h 30 min). This func- tion has no effect on the operation of the appli- ance. You can also activate it when the appliance Minute Minder is deactivated.
  • Page 15: Automatic Programmes

    ENGLISH Activating the function: Press to activate (or to cancel). When the cooking time ends, an Set the Extra Time period. Press OK acoustic signal sounds. Press a sen- to confirm. sor field. The display shows the message for Extra Time for five minutes. 8.
  • Page 16: Inserting The Oven Accessories

    16 Using the core temperature sensor: The appliance calculates an approxi- mate end time. The end time is dif- Put the tip of the core temperature ferent for different quantities of sensor into the centre of the meat. food, set oven temperatures (mini- Activate the appliance.
  • Page 17: Additional Functions

    ENGLISH Inserting the wire shelf and the deep pan together Put the wire shelf on the deep pan. Push the deep pan between the guide-bars of one of the oven levels. 10. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS 10.1 Favourite Programme • You can change the name of a pro- gramme in the menu Edit Programme menu Name .
  • Page 18: Cooling Fan

    18 Activating and deactivating the Child Press again and again until the Lock function: display shows SET + GO . Activate the appliance. Press OK to confirm. To start SET + GO , press a sensor field Touch at the same time (except for ).
  • Page 19: Cooking With Steam

    ENGLISH 11.2 Advice for special and steam generator. Refer to the chapter "Care and cleaning". heating functions of the oven Notes on the tables for steam cooking Keep Warm • The tables give data for typical dishes. • The temperature and time are for Use this function if you want to keep guidance only and depend on the food warm.
  • Page 20 20 Vegetables Water in the Shelf posi- Temperature Time Food water drawer tion (ºC) (min.) (ml) Artichokes 50 - 60 Auberginen 15 - 25 Cauliflower, 35 - 45 whole Cauliflower, 25 - 30 florets Broccoli, 30 - 40 whole...
  • Page 21 ENGLISH Water in the Shelf posi- Temperature Time Food water drawer tion (ºC) (min.) (ml) Savoy cab- 20 - 25 bage Courgette, sli- 15 - 20 1) The times are for guidance only. Side dishes / accompaniments Water in the Shelf posi- Time Food...
  • Page 22 22 Water in the Shelf posi- Time Food Temperature (ºC) water drawer tion (min.) (ml) Salmon trout, approx. 1000 40 - 45 Mussels 20 - 30 Flat fish filet 1) The times are for guidance only. Meat Water in the...
  • Page 23: Steam Water Table

    ENGLISH 11.5 Steam water table Water in the water drawer (ml) Time (min.) 15 - 25 25 - 40 40 - 50 1) The times are for guidance only. 11.6 Turbo Grilling and Full for an oven procedure and then into the oven with the roast.
  • Page 24 24 Half Steam + Heat (Water amount: about 300 Type of Food Time Shelf position Temperature (°C) (min.) Thin fish fillet 15 - 25 Thick fish fillet 25 - 35 Small fish up to 350 g 25 - 35...
  • Page 25: Tips On Baking

    ENGLISH Quarter Steam + Heat Type of Food Time Shelf position Temperature (°C) (min.) Ready-to-bake rolls 10 - 20 Ready-to-bake baguettes 20 - 30 40 - 50 g Ready-to-bake baguettes 25 - 35 40 - 50 g, frozen 1) Amount of water to be added will depend on the length of the cooking time. How to use the Baking Tables 11.9 Baking •...
  • Page 26 26 Baking results Possible cause Remedy The next time you bake, The baking time is too The cake is too dry. set a shorter baking long. time. The oven temperature is Set a lower oven temper- The cake browns un-...
  • Page 27: Temperature

    ENGLISH Type of bak- Oven func- Shelf position Temperature Time (min.) tion °C Cheesecake Conventional 170 - 190 60 - 90 Cooking 1) Preheat the oven. Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays Type of bak- Oven func- Shelf posi- Temperature Time (min.) tion...
  • Page 28 28 Type of bak- Oven func- Shelf posi- Temperature Time (min.) tion tion °C Fruit flans True Fan made with 160 - 170 40 - 80 Cooking short pastry Yeast cakes with delicate Conventional toppings (e.g. 40 - 80...
  • Page 29 ENGLISH Type of bak- Oven func- Shelf posi- Temperature Time (min.) tion tion °C Small cakes / Conventional Small cakes 20 - 30 Cooking (20 per tray) 1) Preheat the oven. Moist Fan Baking Type of food Shelf posi- Temperature (°C) Time (min.) tion Pasta bake...
  • Page 30: Multileveled Baking

    30 11.12 Multileveled Baking Cakes / pastries / breads on baking trays True Fan Cooking Type of bak- Temperature Shelf position Time (min.) in °C 2 levels 3 levels Cream puffs / 1 / 4 25 - 45 160 - 180...
  • Page 31: Roast Veal 1 Kg

    ENGLISH • All types of meat that can be browned • If necessary, turn the roast (after 1 / 2 - or have crackling can be roasted in the 2 / 3 of the cooking time). roasting tin without the lid. •...
  • Page 32: Turbo Grilling

    32 Type of Quantity Oven func- Shelf posi- Tempera- Time (min.) meat tion tion ture °C Knuckle of 1.5 - 2 kg Turbo Grill- 160 - 180 120 - 150 veal Lamb Type of Quantity Oven func- Shelf posi- Tempera- Time (min.)
  • Page 33: Meat

    ENGLISH Fish (steamed) Type of Quantity Oven func- Shelf posi- Tempera- Time (min.) meat tion tion ture °C Whole fish 1 - 1.5 kg Conven- 210 - 220 40 - 60 tional Cooking 11.15 Grilling Grill only flat pieces of meat or fish. Always preheat the empty oven with the Always grill with the maximum tempera- grill functions for 5 minutes.
  • Page 34 34 Type of baking Shelf position Temperature °C Time (min.) Pizza (with a lot of 180 - 200 20 - 30 topping) Tarts 180 - 200 40 - 55 Spinach flan 160 - 180 45 - 60 Quiche Lorraine...
  • Page 35: Vegetables

    ENGLISH 11.18 Preserving • Fill the jars equally and close with a clamp. Things to note: • The jars cannot touch each other. • Use only preserve jars of the same di- • Put approximately 1/2 litre of water in- mensions available on the market.
  • Page 36: Vegetables

    36 Vegetables Shelf position Food to be Temperature Time (h) dried (°C) 1 level 2 levels Beans 1 / 4 60 - 70 6- 8 Peppers 1 / 4 60 - 70 5 - 6 Vegetables 1 / 4...
  • Page 37: Convenience Food

    ENGLISH 11.21 Bread Baking Type of bak- Oven func- Shelf posi- Temperature Time (min.) tion tion °C White Bread Bread 180 - 200 40 - 60 Baguette Bread 200 - 220 35 - 45 Brioche Bread 180 - 200 40 - 60 Ciabatta Bread 200 - 220...
  • Page 38: Core Temperature Sensor Table

    38 Frozen Ready Meals Food to be Oven func- Shelf posi- Temperature Time (min.) cooked tions tion (°C) as per manu- as per manu- Conventional Frozen pizza facturer’s in- facturer’s in- Cooking structions structions Conventional as per manu- French fries...
  • Page 39: Care And Cleaning

    ENGLISH Game Food Food Core Temperature °C Saddle of hare 70 - 75 Leg of hare 70 - 75 Whole hare 70 - 75 Saddle of venison 70 - 75 Leg of venison 70 - 75 Fish Food Food Core Temperature °C Salmon 65 - 70 Trouts...
  • Page 40: Removing The Shelf Supports

    40 Removing the shelf supports Put clean water (100 - 200 ml) into the water drawer to flush the steam generation system. Remove the water from the steam generator with the sponge and rub it dry. Keep the door open to let the appli- ance dry fully.
  • Page 41: Cleaning The Oven Door

    ENGLISH 12.5 Cleaning the oven door Removing the door and the glass panels You can remove the oven door and the internal glass panels to clean it. The number of glass panels is different for different models. WARNING! Be careful when you remove the door from the appliance.
  • Page 42: What To Do If

    42 13. WHAT TO DO IF… WARNING! Refer to the Safety chapters. Problem Possible cause Remedy The appliance does The appliance is deactiva- Activate the appliance. not heat up. ted. The appliance does The clock is not set. Set the clock.
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