Miele H 4882 BP Operating And Installation Instruction

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Operating and Installation instructions

Pyrolytic ovens
H 4882 BP
en - GB
To avoid the risk of accidents or
damage to the appliance, it is
essential to read these instructions
before it is installed and used for the first time.
M.-Nr. 07 840 580


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  • Page 1: Operating And Installation Instructions

    Operating and Installation instructions Pyrolytic ovens H 4882 BP en - GB To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance, it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions ........4 Caring for the environment .
  • Page 3 Contents Grill chart ............41 FAVOURITES .
  • Page 4: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Any other use is not supported by the misuse. manufacturer and could be dangerous. Miele cannot be held liable for damage resulting from incorrect or improper use or operation of the appliance.
  • Page 5 If the supply cord is damaged, it when continuity is complete between it must be replaced by a Miele approved and an effective earthing system which service technician in order avoid a complies with current local and national hazard.
  • Page 6 Cover any food which is left in the irreparable damage. oven to be kept hot. This avoids the food drying out. It also prevents steam Only use the Miele roast probe condensing and possibly leading to supplied with this appliance. moisture damage in the oven.
  • Page 7 Warning and Safety instructions If you wish to leave food in the oven Never line the floor of the oven with after cooking, e.g. to take advantage of aluminium foil when using Conventional the residual heat, do not turn the oven top and bottom heat or Intensive bake.
  • Page 8 Warning and Safety instructions Always ensure that food is In countries which may be subject to sufficiently cooked or reheated. Many infestation by cockroaches or other factors will affect the overall cooking vermin, pay particular attention to time, including the size and amount of keeping the appliance and its food, its temperature, changes to the surroundings in a clean condition at all...
  • Page 9: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing Disposal of your old appliance material Electrical and electronic appliances often contain materials which, if The transport and protective packing handled or disposed of incorrectly, has been selected from materials which could be potentially hazardous to are environmentally friendly for disposal, human health and to the environment.
  • Page 10: Description Of The Appliance

    Description of the appliance Appliance overview a Control panel b Door lock for pyrolytic operation c Door contact switch d Heating element for top heat and grilling with roof liner e Rotisserie motors f Air inlet for fan g Connection socket for the roast probe h Light i Side runners with 6 shelf levels j Data plate...
  • Page 11: Control Panel

    Description of the appliance Control panel a Sensors for selecting menu options in the display b Context sensitive numerical keypad c "On" sensor d "Off" sensor e Display f "Timer" sensor g "Clear" sensor See "Controls" for more details.
  • Page 12: Features

    Description of the appliance Features Cooling system As soon as the oven is switched on, a Electronic controls cooling fan is automatically engaged. In addition to operating the various The cooling fan mixes hot air from the cooking programmes to bake, roast oven cavity with cool room air before and grill the electronic controls also venting it out into the kitchen through...
  • Page 13: Accessories

    – Grill pan These and other accessories are also – Anti-splash tray available to order from the Miele Spare – Rack Parts Department, your Miele Dealer or PerfectClean enamelled surfaces have via the Internet (depending on country) very good anti-stick properties and are on www.miele-shop.com.
  • Page 14 Description of the appliance Grill pan Roasting filter The roasting filter must be fitted in front of the fan when cooking anything fatty, or where food is likely to splatter, e.g. when open roasting or grilling meat. The grill pan is ideal for catching The droplets of fat caught up in the drippings from meat or poultry roasted circulating air are deposited on the...
  • Page 15 Description of the appliance Roast probe Slide opener The roast probe enables the roasting Use the slide opener for lifting off the process to be monitored simply and light cover. reliably. Rotisserie For grilling thicker items such as stuffed meat, poultry and kebabs. The rotisserie fits into the grill pan for grilling or roasting.
  • Page 16: Controls

    Controls Sensors Display The electronic sensors around the When the oven is switched on, the display react to touch. Main menu will appear: An audible tone will sound each time a sensor is pressed. You can deactivate ( BAKE... GRILL... ) this, if wished (see "SETTINGS J - ( ROAST...
  • Page 17: Main Menu And Submenus

  • Page 18: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time The oven will switch on automatically Different settings can be selected by when it is connected to the electricity touching the control next to the option: supply. – the size of the clock display, Size Normal (factory default setting) Factory default setting: After Size Large...
  • Page 19 Before using for the first time – then heat the oven up once with The oven will start heating up as soon nothing in it. New ovens have a as this entry has been accepted. slight smell on first use and this will ^ Heat the empty oven up for at least dissipate the smells before you use it an hour.
  • Page 20: To Set The Timer

    To set the timer To cancel the timer The timer can be used to time any activity in the kitchen, e.g. boiling eggs. ^ Touch the "Clear" control. Two timers (Timer 1 and 2) can be DELETE selected simultaneously. ( ALL FUNCTIONS You can enter a time up to a maximum ( Timer 1 of 99 minutes and 59 seconds.
  • Page 21: Using The Oven

    Using the oven Selecting a function Adjusting the oven temperature ^ Touch the "On" control to activate the This oven has been factory tested for display. the optimum operating temperature of each function. This temperature can be ^ Touch the control next to the function adjusted if needed.
  • Page 22: Delay Start

    Using the oven Delay Start Start time This function allows you to turn cooking This feature allows you to delay the processes automatically off or on and start of a function, from 1 minute to off. 23 hours 59 minutes, so that the cooking process begins at a specified Duration time and finishes automatically.
  • Page 23: End Time

    Using the oven Cancelling a process End time ^ Touch the "Clear" control. The desired end time allows you to set the actual time you would like cooking The cooking process will be cancelled. to complete. This time is limited to 24 If the timer was set in addition to a hours from the current time.
  • Page 24: Bake

    BAKE Baking tips BAKE Remember to remove the grease filter from the oven when baking pastries. If the filter is not removed, increase the baking time. The grill pan does not need to be greased or covered with baking parchment. The PerfectClean enamel finish prevents spillovers from baking Default temperature .
  • Page 25 BAKE FAN PLUS When using this function, several runner levels can be used at the same time. The recommended positions are: 1 tray = 1 runner from the bottom Exception: Place cookies on the 3rd runner from the bottom. 2 trays = 1 and 4 runners Default temperature .
  • Page 26 BAKE CONVENTIONAL BROWNING Default temperature..190 °C Default temperature ..190 °C The "CONVENTIONAL" function is a In the "BROWNING" function, food is premium conventional baking mode.
  • Page 27: Intensive Bake

    BAKE INTENSIVE BAKE Default temperature ..160 °C The "INTENSIVE BAKE" function generates heat from the lower heating element. The oven's fan gently circulates the heated air to create a "brick oven" environment. Use this function for: –...
  • Page 28: Baking Chart

    Baking chart FAN PLUS Temperature Recommended Time Cakes/biscuits in °C shelf level in min. Creamed mixture Sponge cake 150 – 170 60 – 70 Ring cake 150 – 170 65 – 80 Foam cake (tray) 150 – 170 25 – 40 Marble, nut cake (tin) 150 –...
  • Page 29: Conventional

    Baking chart CONVENTIONAL Temperature Recommended Time Cakes/biscuits in °C shelf level in min. Creamed mixture Sponge cake 150 – 170 60 – 70 Ring cake 170 – 190 65 – 80 Foam cake (tray) 170 – 190 25 – 40 Marble, nut cake (tin) 150 –...
  • Page 30: Intensive Bake

    Baking chart INTENSIVE BAKE Particularly suitable for – dishes that require a moist topping and crisp base like pizza and quiche lorraine. – cakes with a filling where the base has not been pre-baked, e.g. some cheesecakes. Temperature Recommended Time Cakes/biscuits in °C shelf level...
  • Page 31: Roast

    ROAST AUTO ROAST When roasting (all Roast functions), insert the grease filter in front of the fan opening. FAN ROAST Default temperature ..160 °C This function heats the oven to a high temperature to sear the meat, retaining moisture and tenderness.
  • Page 32: Roasting Tips

    ROAST CONVENTIONAL ROAST Roasting tips – Always install the grease filter in the back of the oven before roasting. – The larger the cut of meat to be roasted, the lower the temperature that should be used. The roasting process will take a little longer, but the meat will be cooked evenly and the outside will become crisp.
  • Page 33: Using The Roast Probe

    ROAST Using the roast probe The roast probe reliably monitors the roasting process. The tip of the probe continuously measures the core temperature of the meat. When the selected core temperature is reached, the oven automatically shuts off. The roast probe can be used with the following functions: –...
  • Page 34 ROAST ^ Select a roasting function. AUTO ROAST 160°C 12:24 ROAST Searing ( AUTO ROAST ( Roast probe 80°C Temperature ) ( FAN ROAST ( Start time 12:25 Add to Favourites ) ( CONVENTIONAL ROAST ^ Enter the required start time of the For example, "AUTO ROAST".
  • Page 35: Roasting Chart

    Roasting chart AUTO ROAST / CONVENTIONAL Core temp. 2) 3) FAN ROAST ROAST in °C Food Temperature Time Temperature Time in °C in min. in °C in min. Topside of beef, approx. 170 – 190 100 – 120 190 – 210 100 –...
  • Page 36: Master Chef

    MASTER CHEF When using the "MASTER CHEF" Turkey 4.5 - 6.8 kg 12:24 function to cook meat or poultry Estimated duration: 3:10 insert the grease filter in front of the ( Roast probe 80 °C Function ) fan opening. ( Delayed Start Add to Favourites ) ^ Insert the roast probe into the turkey The "MASTER CHEF"...
  • Page 37: Baked Goods

    MASTER CHEF MASTER CHEF Functions POULTRY MEAT FISH BAKED GOODS Turkey Beef Steak 4.5 - 6.8 kg Roast beef Fillet Fruit Pie 6.8 - 9 kg Prime Rib Whole Layer Cake 9 - 11 kg Braised beef Lobster Tails Cookies 11 + kg Steak Paella...
  • Page 38: Grill

    GRILL Tips on grilling FULL GRILL – When grilling (all Grill functions), always insert the grease filter in front of the fan opening. – To ensure even cooking, it is best to grill foods of a similar thickness at the same time. Most items should be turned halfway through grilling.
  • Page 39: Fan Grill

    GRILL GRILL FAN GRILL Default temperature ..260 °C Default temperature ..200 °C Only the inner part of the upper heating Hot air from the upper heating element element is used for a smaller area of is distributed over the food by the fan.
  • Page 40 GRILL ROTISSERIE Poultry legs should be tied together to prevent them from catching on the heating element or burning. Default temperature ..230 °C The "ROTISSERIE" function grills meat or poultry while turning it on a spit for even cooking results.
  • Page 41: Grill Chart

    Grill chart Pre-heat the grill for approx. 5 minutes with the door shut. Food to be grilled FULL GRILL / GRILL / FAN GRILL ROTISSERIE Recommended Temperature Total Tempe- Total shelf level in °C grilling time rature grilling time in min. in min.
  • Page 42: Favourites

    FAVOURITES If you often cook a recipe with the same To delete your favourites you have to settings (function, time, temperature) call up the "FAVOURITES" list. you can save them as a "favourite" for ^ Choose submenu "DELETE easy recall. FAVOURITES".
  • Page 43: Sabbath

    SABBATH SABBATH oven can only be turned off with the "Off" control. Default temperature..190 °C For religious observance, the oven can At the end of Sabbath be set to run for the duration of the After 72 hours, the oven will shut off Sabbath.
  • Page 44: Drying

    DRYING DRYING Default temperature ... 80 °C This function is for dehydrating fruit, vegetables and herbs. A consistent low temperature and the fan maintain the ideal conditions for the long dehydration process. For best results, blot food with a paper towel before dehydrating.
  • Page 45: Prove Dough

    PROVE DOUGH PROVE DOUGH Default temperature: Light mix . . . 43°C Heavy mix . . 50°C The warm environment created with this function will allow you to effectively prove dough. This function maintains a low temperature perfect for yeast to rise.
  • Page 46: Defrost

    DEFROST DEFROST Defrosting tips – Remove the frozen food from the packaging and place it in the roasting pan or into an appropriate dish. – Meat and poultry should be fully thawed before cooking. Do not use the liquids from defrosting. –...
  • Page 47: Settings J

    Settings J You can change the standard default If you have selected the wrong settings as follows: language by mistake you can follow ^ Switch the oven on. the flag symbol J to get yourself ^ Call up the "SETTINGS J" menu. back to the "LANGUAGE"...
  • Page 48: Recommended Temperature

    Settings J ^ Touch the control of the function Recommended Temperature whose default temperature you wish If you frequently change a recommended to alter. temperature it may be a good idea to ^ Enter the new default temperature change it permanently. using the keypad.
  • Page 49: Lighting

    Settings J Lighting Buzzer tones BUZZER TONES The oven interior lighting can be set so that it goes out 1 minute after a cooking ( Timer 1 Tone 1 Volume programme has started, or so that it ( Timer 2 Tone 2 Tone Short ) stays on automatically throughout...
  • Page 50: Display

    Settings J Factory default – "Tone Short / Long" The duration of the timer and oven The factory settings of the oven can be tones can be modified. restored through this function. FACTORY DEFAULT – "Tone short": a beep will sound in quick succession.
  • Page 51: System Lock

    Settings J System lock To deactivate the system lock: ^ Call up the SYSTEM LOCK submenu. The oven is supplied with this setting ^ Select the touch control next to "Do deactivated as standard. To use it you first have to activate it. not accept"...
  • Page 52: Cleaning And Care

    – solvent-based cleaning agents, Clean the front using a damp Miele microfibre E-cloth or with a clean – stainless steel cleaning agents, sponge and a solution of hot water and – dishwasher cleaner, washing-up liquid.
  • Page 53: Accessories

    Cleaning and care Accessories Roasting filter Clean in a solution of hot water and a Remove all accessories (except the little washing up liquid or in the side runners) and any extra dishwasher. accessories from the oven interior before starting the pyrolytic cleaning If cleaned in the dishwasher, results are process.
  • Page 54: Perfectclean

    Cleaning and care PerfectClean Allow the oven and any The following have been treated with a accessories to cool down before special finish called PerfectClean: cleaning by hand. Danger of burning. – baking tray – universal tray For the optimum performance of PerfectClean, it is important to clean the –...
  • Page 55 Follow the cleaning instructions given effect for up to ten minutes only. above and do not use force to remove Miele oven cleaning spray can be left them. on for longer. Always follow the instructions on the packaging.
  • Page 56: Oven Interior

    Cleaning and care Oven interior Pyrolytic cleaning of the oven interior The side runners, oven interior, back panel and roof liner are coated with Before starting a pyrolytic cleaning pyrolytic enamel which facilitates process please note the following cleaning. advice: This is a particularly hard enamel with Remove any coarse soiling from the an extremely smooth surface.
  • Page 57 Cleaning and care During the pyrolytic process the oven is Starting a pyrolytic process heated to over 400 °C. Any residual ^ Take all accessories out of the oven. soiling is broken down and reduced to ^ Select the "PYROLYTIC" function. ash by the high temperatures.
  • Page 58 Cleaning and care Most residues are easily wiped away The pyrolytic process will be with a damp cloth. cancelled, Depending on soiling levels in the oven – if the soiling levels in the oven are there may be visible deposits on the too much for the programme to deal door and below the trim under the oven with.
  • Page 59: To Remove The Oven Door

    Cleaning and care ^ Then lift the door upwards as far as it To remove the oven door will go. Please note: the oven door is heavy and should be gripped firmly at both Do not attempt to take the door off sides when being removed or the hinge guides when it is in a refitted.
  • Page 60: To Refit The Door

    Cleaning and care To refit the door To remove the runners Make sure the oven heating elements are switched off and cool. Danger of burning. ^ Hold the door securely at both sides and carefully fit it back onto the hinges.
  • Page 61: Lowering The Upper Heating Element

    Cleaning and care Lowering the upper heating element ^ First remove the runners. ^ Loosen the wing nut. ^ Gently lower the upper heating element. Do not use force to lower it, as this could cause damage. Reassemble in the reverse order, carefully ensuring all parts are correctly in place.
  • Page 62: Problem Solving Guide

    Ensure current is not supplied to the appliance until after maintenance or repair work has been carried out. Some minor problems can be corrected without contacting the Miele Service Department. ^ Use the lever to release the lamp cover from its frame.
  • Page 63 Problem solving guide ^ Push the glass cover back into the ^ Pull the glass cover out of the rear metal brackets with the cut out edge metal brackets. towards the rear. ^ Pull the defective halogen lamp out. When purchasing a new lamp it is a good idea to take the old one with you to make sure you get the correct replacement (12 V, 20 W, heat resistant to 300 °C, G4...
  • Page 64 Problem solving guide . . . no noise is heard when the oven . . . cakes or biscuits are unevenly door is opened during operation. browned. This is not a fault. There will always be a slight If the door is opened during operation, unevenness.
  • Page 65 If the fault message appears again please contact the Miele Service Faults which you cannot rectify Department. yourself, are indicated by the following message "Please call the Service Fault 32 Department.".
  • Page 66: After Sales Service

    – your Miele Dealer appliance. These are shown on the data plate, – the Miele Service Department visible at the right side of the oven (see back cover for contact details). interior, with the door fully open.
  • Page 67: Extra Accessories

    Extra accessories The following accessories may come as standard with some models. They are also available to order via the internet on www.miele-shop.com, your Miele Dealer or the Miele Spare Parts Department. Gourmet oven dish Flan/Pizza dish The gourmet oven dish has to be placed on the rack.
  • Page 68: Electrical Connection

    The wires are coloured in accordance Please quote these data, and the model with the following code: and serial number when contacting the Green/yellow = earth Miele Service dept. Blue = neutral Connection of this appliance should be Brown = live...
  • Page 69: Installing The Oven

    Installing the oven Dimensions are give in "mm".
  • Page 70 Installing the oven To ensure adequate ventilation to the oven once installed: provide a ventilation cut-out in the housing unit as illustrated. do not fit a rear panel into the housing unit. do not fit insulation material inside the housing unit. Turn off the mains electricity supply to the isolator.
  • Page 71 Installing the oven ^ Reinstall the door. ^ Open the oven door, and with two screws secure the oven to the side walls of the furniture housing unit through the holes in the oven trim. ^ Reconnect the electricity supply to the isolator.
  • Page 72 Alteration rights reserved / 22 / 4610 M.-Nr. 07 840 580 / 01 (H 4882 BP)

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