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CONTROL PANEL
1. Time and function display
2.
button: adjusts the clock
3. COMBI FUNCTION button: selects functions
4. GRILL button
5. FAN button
6. MICRO button
7. AUTO MENU button: rapid cooking programmes
8. TIME ADJUST knob: sets automatic defrosting, weight and cooking time.
STOP/CLEAR button: stops cooking and clears settings
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13. START/+1 min
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9
button: starts cooking and rapid heating
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  • Page 1 CONTROL PANEL 1. Time and function display button: adjusts the clock 3. COMBI FUNCTION button: selects functions 4. GRILL button 5. FAN button 6. MICRO button 7. AUTO MENU button: rapid cooking programmes 8. TIME ADJUST knob: sets automatic defrosting, weight and cooking time. STOP/CLEAR button: stops cooking and clears settings 13.
  • Page 2 DESCRIPTION A Grill element B Control panel C Microwave outlet cover D Turntable spindle Inside of door Low wire rack G High wire rack H Turntable Turntable support ring...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INDEX 1.1 Important safety warnings...........page 31 CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL 1.2 Technical data ............page 32 1.3 Installation and electrical connection......page 33 1.4 Standard accessories ..........page 34 1.5 Ovenware..............page 34 1.6 Rules and general tips for using the oven .....page 35 CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.1 Setting the clock ............page 36 2.2 Setting the MICRO function .........page 37...
  • Page 4: Chapter 1 - General

    N.B. This oven has been designed to defrost, heat and cook food in the home. It must never be used for other purposes, modified or tampered with in any way. This microwave oven is not designed for use in a kitchen unit or flush mounted.
  • Page 5: Technical Data

    As a precautionary measure, pacemaker manufacturers recommend wearers to keep a minimum distance of 20-30 cm between an operating microwave oven and the pacemaker in order to avoid possible interference with the pacemaker. If you suspect that such an interference is occurring, turn the oven off immediately and contact the pacemaker manufacturer.
  • Page 6: Installation And Electrical Connection

    11) The majority of modern electronic appliances (TV, radio, stereo systems etc) are shielded from radio fre- quency (RF) signals. Certain electronic appliances may not, however, be shielded from radio frequency sig- nals deriving from a microwave oven. You should therefore keep a distance of at least 1-2 metres between these appliances and the operating oven.
  • Page 7: Standard Accessories

    CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL 1.4 STANDARD ACCESSORIES LOW WIRE RACK FAN function: COMBI FUNCTION: use for all types of traditional use for rapid cooking of meat, cooking, especially cakes, pastries potatoes, certain risen cakes or des- and desserts. serts and dishes which require browning on top (eg.
  • Page 8: Rules And General Tips For Using The Oven

    CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL 1.6 RULES AND TIPS FOR USING THE OVEN Microwaves are a form of electromagnetic radiation. They occur in nature in the form of light waves (eg. sunlight). In the oven, these waves penetrate food from all directions to heat water, fat and sugar molecules. Heat is generated in the food itself, while the container warms up as a result of heat spreading from the food only.
  • Page 9: Chapter 2 - Using The Controls And Setting The Functions

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.1 SETTING THE CLOCK When the appliance is first connected to the electricity supply or after it has been without power for some time, two dots (:) appear on the display and a beep is emitted. Press the STOP/CANCEL button (9) and 0:00 will appear on the display.
  • Page 10: Setting The Micro Function

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.2 SETTING THE MICRO FUNCTION This function can be used to: • Heat up ....page 39 •...
  • Page 11: Keeping Food Warm, Heating, Cooking

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS KEEPING FOOD WARM, HEATING, COOKING Press the MICRO button (6). Maximum power appears on the display (100%). Press the MICRO button (6) until the required power level is selected (100 = maximum, 10 = mini- mum) If the button is not pres- sed, the oven functions at maxi- mum power (power 100).
  • Page 12 If you prefer, you can keep the food warm directly on the serving plate (covered). USING THE MICRO FUNCTION TO HEAT FOOD When used to heat up food, your microwave oven shows off its usefulness and efficiency to the full. With respect to traditional methods, a microwave saves you time and, therefore, also electricity.
  • Page 13 CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS HEATING TIMES NB: Certain dishes can also be easily heated using the "AUTO MENU" programmes (see page 49). Timer Type Quantity Power level Notes (minutes) SOFTENING Put on a plate. Mix the icing once •...
  • Page 14 Add salt at the end of cooking or during standing time because salt has a dehydrating effect. Note that the time required to cook rice (or pasta) in a microwave oven is more or less the same as required to cook it traditionally on the stove.
  • Page 15 CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS COOKING TIME Standing time Type Quantity Power level Time set (minutes) Notes (minutes) FISH • Fillets 300 gr 4 - 6 Cover with film • Slices 300 gr “ 5 - 7 Cover with film •...
  • Page 16: Setting The Fan Function

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.3 SETTING THE FAN FUNCTION This function can be used to: • Cook all types of "traditional" dish such as roasts, chicken, cakes and desserts, puff pastry, baked vegetables, etc. Press the FAN button.
  • Page 17 CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS COOKING TIME Timer knob Type Quantity Temperature Notes (minutes) • Lasagne 1100 gr 200° Times with raw pasta. If the pasta is precooked, 20 mins are enough. • Fresh pizza 600 gr 200°...
  • Page 18: How To Set The Grill Function

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.4 HOW TO SET THE GRILL FUNCTION This function can be used for: • All types of traditional grilling, for example, hamburgers, chops, frankfurters, toast, etc.........page 46 Press the GRILL button (4).
  • Page 19 CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS • To reset cooking, proceed as follows: - if the door is open, press the STOP/CLEAR button (9) once; - if the oven is operating, press the STOP/CLEAR button (9) twice; - if the oven is off and the door is closed, press the STOP/CLEAR button (9) once.
  • Page 20: How To Set The Combi Function

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.5 HOW TO SET THE “COMBI” FUNCTION You can use this oven for "combi" cooking using three different types of function. Just select the most suitable combination and cooking time, then press the START/+1 min button (10). The ideal temperature and microwave power for the cooking operations to be performed are already memo- rised in the three combinations.
  • Page 21: How To Set A Sequence Of Two Cooking Operations

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.6 HOW TO SET A SEQUENCE OF TWO COOKING OPERATIONS Example: programme microwave only cooking at 100% for 20 minutes, followed by FAN only cooking at 200°C for 10 minutes. Press the MICRO button (6).
  • Page 22: How To Set The Auto Menu Programmes

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.7 HOW TO SET THE “AUTO MENU” PROGRAMMES This function simplifies certain types of cooking/heating. Just select the appropriate category and the weight of food to be cooked. The categories are divided as follows: A1.
  • Page 23: Quick Heat

    CHAPTER 2 - USING THE CONTROLS AND SETTING THE FUNCTIONS 2.8 QUICK HEAT This function is very useful for heating small quantities of food or drink and to cook at maximum power in microwave only. • Press the START/+1 min button (10). The oven operates for 1 minute at maximum power. This function is also useful to complete unfinished cooking.
  • Page 24: Chapter 3 - Maintenance And Cleaning

    CHAPTER 3 - CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE 3.1 CLEANING Before performing any cleaning or maintenance, always disconnect the plug from the power socket and wait for the oven to cool down. Always keep the microwave outlet covers (C) free from grease or splashes of fat. Do not use abrasives, steel wool or sharp metal utensils to clean the outside of the oven.
  • Page 25: Maintenance

    CHAPTER 3 - CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE 3.2 MAINTENANCE In the case of malfunction or defective operation, contact a technical service centre authorised by the manu- facturer. Before contacting us, however, it is worth carrying out the following simple controls. PROBLEM CAUSE/SOLUTION •...
  • Page 26 Divisione Commerciale Kenwood Italia De’Longhi Appliances - Via L. Seitz, 47 - 31100 - Treviso - Italia...

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