AEG KM8403001 User Manual

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Microwave combi-oven



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  • Page 1 User Manual KM8403001 Microwave combi-oven KM8403021 KM8403101...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    14. TROUBLESHOOTING....................41 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 features you might not find on ordinary appliances. Please spend a few minutes reading to get the very best from it.
  • Page 3: Safety Information

    ENGLISH SAFETY INFORMATION Before the installation and use of the appliance, carefully read the supplied instructions. The manufacturer is not responsible if an incorrect installation and use causes injuries and damages. Always keep the instructions with the appliance for future reference.
  • Page 4 Ensure that the appliance is switched off before • replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock. Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance. • Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal •...
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    ENGLISH Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should • not be heated in the appliance since they may explode, even after microwave heating has ended. The appliance should be cleaned regularly and any • food deposits removed. Failure to maintain the appliance in a clean condition •...
  • Page 6 2.3 Use appliance. It is not a defect in the sense of the warranty law. WARNING! • Use a deep pan for moist cakes. Fruit Risk of injury, burns and juices cause stains that can be electrical shock or explosion.
  • Page 7: Product Description

    ENGLISH • Disconnect the appliance from the WARNING! mains supply. Risk of electrical shock. • Cut off the mains cable and discard it. • Remove the door catch to prevent • Before replacing the lamp, disconnect children and pets to get closed in the the appliance from the power supply.
  • Page 8: Control Panel

    4. CONTROL PANEL 4.1 Electronic programmer Use the sensor fields to operate the appliance. Sensor Function Comment field Display Shows the current settings of the appliance. ON / OFF To activate and deactivate the appliance. Heating Functions Touch the sensor field once to choose a heating or Assisted Cook- function or the menu: Assisted Cooking.
  • Page 9 ENGLISH Sensor Function Comment field Home key To go back one level in the menu. To show the main menu, touch the field for 3 seconds. Time and addi- To set different functions. When a heating func- tional functions tion operates, touch the sensor field to set the timer or the functions: Function Lock, Favourite Programme, Heat + Hold, Set + Go.
  • Page 10: Before First Use

    Symbol Function Heat + Hold The function is active. 5. BEFORE FIRST USE 5.2 First Connection WARNING! Refer to Safety chapters. When you connect the appliance to the mains or after the power cut, you have to 5.1 Initial Cleaning...
  • Page 11 ENGLISH Submenu for: Basic Settings Sym- Submenu Description Set Time of Day Sets the current time on the clock. Time Indication When ON, the display shows the current time when you deactivate the appliance. Set + Go When ON, in the Select Options window you can choose the function: Set + Go.
  • Page 12 Heating function Application Conventional Cooking To bake and roast food on 1 shelf position. Frozen Foods To make your convenience food like e.g. French Fries, Wedges, spring rolls crispy. Turbo Grilling To roast larger meat joints or poultry with bones on 1 shelf position.
  • Page 13: Microwave Mode

    ENGLISH 6.4 Activating a heating – Use metal dishes to improve the energy saving. function – When possible, put the food inside the oven without heating it 1. Activate the appliance. 2. Select the menu: Heating Functions. – When the cooking duration is 3.
  • Page 14 • Do not use the appliance to cook Defrosting butter, portions of gateau, eggs in their shells and snails, quark: because they can burst.
  • Page 15 ENGLISH Suitable cookware and materials Cookware / Material Microwave Grilling Defrost- Heating Cooking Ovenproof glass and porcelain (with no metal components, e. g. Pyrex, heat-proof glass) Non-ovenproof glass and porcelain Glass and glass ceramic made of ovenproof / frost-proof material (e. g. Arcoflam), grill shelf Ceramic , earthenware...
  • Page 16: Setting The Microwave

    • You get better results for rice if you use flat, wide dishes. 7.2 Microwave functions Functions Description Microwave Creates the heat directly in the food. Use it to heat pre-prepared meals and drinks, to defrost meat or fruit, and to cook vegetables and fish.
  • Page 17 ENGLISH 7.5 Setting the Quick Start 7.6 Examples of cooking function applications for power settings The data in the table is for guidance 1. If necessary, touch to deactivate only. the appliance. 2. Touch to activate the Quick Start function. Each touch of adds 30 seconds to the Duration time.
  • Page 18: Clock Functions

    8. CLOCK FUNCTIONS 8.1 Clock functions table Clock function Application Minute Minder To set a countdown (max. 2 h 30 min). This function has no effect on the operation of the appliance. You can also activate it when the appliance is deactivated.
  • Page 19: Automatic Programmes

    ENGLISH 8.3 Heat + Hold The function stays on if you change the heating functions. Conditions for the function: 8.4 Extra Time • The set temperature is more than 80 °C. The function: Extra Time makes the • The function: Duration is set. heating function continue after the end The function: Heat + Hold keeps of Duration.
  • Page 20: Using The Accessories

    The automatic programme starts. With some programmes turn 6. You can change the weight at any over the food after 30 time. Press to change the minutes. The display shows a weight. reminder. 7. When the time ends, an acoustic signal sounds.
  • Page 21: Using The Child Lock

    ENGLISH To deactivate the Child Lock function You cannot save Microwave repeat step 2. and microwave combi functions as favourite 11.3 Function Lock programmes. This function prevents an accidental Saving a programme change of the heating function. You can activate it only when the appliance 1.
  • Page 22: Hints And Tips

    11.5 Automatic Switch-off display is lower between 10 PM and 6 For safety reasons the appliance • Day brightness: deactivates automatically after some – when the appliance is activated. time if a heating function operates and – if you touch a sensor field during you do not change any settings.
  • Page 23: Tips On Baking

    ENGLISH shelf positions to the values in the at first. If this occurs, do not change tables. the temperature setting. The • The manufacturer recommends that differences equalize during the you use the lower temperature the baking procedure. first time. •...
  • Page 24 12.4 Baking on one oven level Baking in tins Food Function Tempera- Time (min) Shelf posi- ture (°C) tion Ring cake or brioche True Fan Cook- 150 - 160 50 - 70 Madeira cake / Fruit True Fan Cook-...
  • Page 25 ENGLISH Food Function Tempera- Time (min) Shelf posi- ture (°C) tion Conventional 180 - 200 10 - 20 Swiss Roll Cooking Cake with crumble top- True Fan Cook- 150 - 160 20 - 40 ping (dry) Buttered almond cake / Conventional 190 - 210 20 - 30...
  • Page 26 Food Function Tempera- Time (min) Shelf posi- ture (°C) tion True Fan Cook- 170 - 180 20 - 30 Puff pastries Conventional 190 - 210 10 - 25 Rolls Cooking Small cakes / Small True Fan Cook- 20 - 35...
  • Page 27: Slow Cooking

    ENGLISH Food Temperature (°C) Time (min) Shelf posi- tion Dry streusel cake 150 - 160 30 - 45 1 / 3 1) Preheat the oven. Biscuits / small cakes / pastries / rolls Food Temperature (°C) Time (min) Shelf posi- tion Short pastry biscuits 150 - 160...
  • Page 28 12.8 Pizza Setting Food Temperature (°C) Time (min) Shelf position 200 - 230 15 - 20 Pizza (thin crust) Pizza (with a lot of top- 180 - 200 20 - 30 ping) Tarts 180 - 200 40 - 55...
  • Page 29 ENGLISH 12.10 Roasting tables Beef Food Function Quantity Power Tempera- Time (min) Shelf posi- (Watts) ture (°C) tion Pot roast Conven- 1 - 1.5 kg 60 - 80 tional Cooking Pork Food Func- Quantity Power Tempera- Time (min) Shelf po- tion (Watts) ture (°C)
  • Page 30 Food Func- Quantity Power Tempera- Time (min) Shelf po- tion (Watts) ture (°C) sition Chicken Turbo 1 - 1.5 kg 190 - 210 30 - 45 poulard Grilling Duck Turbo 1.5 - 2 kg 180 - 200 180 - 200...
  • Page 31 ENGLISH Grilling Food Temperature Time (min) Shelf position (°C) 1st side 2nd side Roast beef, me- 210 - 230 30 - 40 30 - 40 dium Filet of beef, 20 - 30 20 - 30 medium Back of pork 210 - 230 30 - 40 30 - 40 Back of veal...
  • Page 32 Food Temperature (°C) Time (min) Shelf position Wedges / Cro- 210 - 230 20 - 35 quettes Hash Browns 210 - 230 20 - 30 Lasagne / Cannelloni, 170 - 190 35 - 45 fresh Lasagne / Cannelloni, 160 - 180...
  • Page 33 ENGLISH Food Quantity Defrosting Further de- Comments time (min) frosting time (min) Chicken 1 kg 100 - 140 20 - 30 Put the chicken on an upturned saucer in a big plate. Turn halfway through. Meat 1 kg 100 - 140 20 - 30 Turn halfway through.
  • Page 34 Vegetables Food Temperature (°C) Cooking time until Continue to cook at simmering (min) 100 °C (min) 160 - 170 50 - 60 5 - 10 Carrots Cucumbers 160 - 170 50 - 60 Mixed pickles 160 - 170 50 - 60...
  • Page 35: Microwave Cooking

    ENGLISH 12.17 Microwave cooking tables Defrosting meat Food Power Quantity (g) Time (min) Standing Comments (Watts) time (min) Whole cuts 10 - 12 10 - 15 Turn halfway of meat through. Steak 3 - 5 5 - 10 Turn halfway through, re- move defros- ted parts.
  • Page 36 Food Power Quantity (g) Time (min) Standing Comments (Watts) time (min) Duck 2000 45 - 60 20 - 30 Turn halfway through, cov- er defrosted parts with aluminium foil. Defrosting fish Food Power Quantity (g) Time (min) Standing Comments...
  • Page 37 ENGLISH Defrosting cakes / pastries Food Power Quantity Time (min) Standing Comments (Watts) time (min) Yeast dough 1 piece 2 - 3 15 - 20 Turn plate halfway through. Cheesecake 1 piece 2 - 4 15 - 20 Turn plate halfway through.
  • Page 38 Cooking / melting Food Power Quantity (g) Time (min) Standing Comments (Watts) time (min) Chocolate / 2 - 3 Stir halfway Chocolate through. coating Butter 2 - 4 Stir halfway through. Defrosting heating Food Power Quantity Time (min) Standing...
  • Page 39 ENGLISH Cooking table Food Power Quantity Time (min) Standing Comments (Watts) time (min) Whole fish 500 g 8 - 10 Cook cov- ered, turn container several times during cook- ing. Fish fillets 500 g 6 - 8 Cook cov- ered, turn container several times during cook-...
  • Page 40: Care And Cleaning

    Food Power Quantity Time (min) Standing Comments (Watts) time (min) Rice 1000 300 g + 600 4 - 6 Cook cov- ered, stir halfway through. Popcorn 1000 3 - 4 Put the pop- corn on a plate on the bottom level.
  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    ENGLISH To clean the appliance, remove the shelf WARNING! supports. Danger of electrocution! 1. Pull carefully the supports up and out Disconnect the fuse before of the front catch. you replace the lamp. The lamp and the lamp glass cover can be hot. CAUTION! Always hold the halogen lamp with a cloth to prevent...
  • Page 42: Environmental Concerns

    Problem Possible cause Remedy The oven does not heat up. The fuse is released. Make sure that the fuse is the cause of the malfunction. If the fuse releases again and again, contact a quali- fied electrician. The lamp does not operate.
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