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99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:55 Page 2FR 02CS 15DA 28DE 41EN 54ES 67IT 80NL 93PT 106Chère Cliente, Cher Client,Vous venez d'acquérir un four DE DIETRICH et nous vous en remercions.Nos équipes de recherche ont conçu pour vous cette nouvelle générationd’appareils, qui par leur qualité, leur esthétique, leurs fonctionset leurs évolutions technologiques en font des produits d’exception,révélateurs de notre savoir-faire.Votre nouveau four DE DIETRICH s’intégrera harmonieusement dansvotre cuisine et alliera parfaitement les performances de cuisson, et lafacilité d’utilisation. Nous avons voulu vous offrir un produit d’excellence.Vous trouverez également dans la gamme des produits DE DIETRICH,un vaste choix de cuisinières, de tables de cuisson, de hottes aspirantes,de lave-vaisselle, et de réfrigérateurs intégrables, que vouspourrez coordonner à votre nouveau four DE DIETRICH.Bien entendu, dans un souci permanent de satisfaire le mieux possiblevos exigences vis-à-vis de nos produits, notre service consommateursest à votre disposition et à votre écoute pour répondre à toutes vosquestions ou suggestions (coordonnées à la fin de ce livret).Et connectez-vous aussi sur notre site:www.dedietrich-electromenager.com sur lequel vous trouverez nosdernières innovations ainsi que des informations utiles et complémentaires.DE DIETRICHLes nouveaux objets de valeurDans le souci d'une amélioration constante de nos produits, nous nous réservons le droit d'apporterà leurs caractéristiques techniques, fonctionnelles ou esthétiques toutes modificationsliées à leur évolution.Important :Avant de mettre votre appareil en marche, veuillez lire attentivement ce guide d'installationet d'utilisation afin de vous familiariser plus rapidement avec son fonctionnement.2


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 54FR 02CS 15DA 28DE 41EN 54ES 67IT 80NL 93PT 106Dear Customer,You have just acquired a DE DIETRICH oven and we would like tothank you.Our research teams have created this new generation of appliancesfor you. Their quality, appearance, functions and technologicaladvances make them exceptional products, showcases of our uniqueknow-how.Your new DE DIETRICH oven will blend harmoniously into yourkitchen and perfectly combine cooking performance and ease of use.We wanted to offer you a product of excellence.In the line of DE DIETRICH products, you will also find a wide range ofcookers, hobs, ventilation hoods, dishwashers, and refrigerators, all ofwhich can be built in and coordinated with your new DE DIETRICHoven.Of course, in an ongoing effort to better satisfy your demands withregard to our products, our after-sales service department is at yourdisposal and ready to listen in order to respond to all of your questionsand suggestions (contact information at the end of this booklet).You can also log onto our site:www.dedietrich-electromenager.com where you will find our latestnew ideas and useful additional information.DE DIETRICHSetting New ValuesAs part of our commitment to constantly improving our products, we reserve the right to makechanges to them based on advances to their technical, functional and/or aesthetic properties.Important:Before installing and using your appliance, please read this Installation and UsageGuide carefully, as it will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with its operation.54


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 55TABLE OF CONTENTSEN1 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE• Introduction to your oven____________________________________ 56• Accessories_______________________________________________ 56• Introduction to the programmer ______________________________ 572 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE• Using the programmerº How to set the time_____________________________________ 58º Immediate cooking _____________________________________ 59• Programmed cookingº Cooking with immediate start and programmed duration _____ 60º Cooking with delayed start and chosen cooking end time_____ 61• Using the timer function_____________________________________ 623 / OVEN COOKING MODES_______________________________________ 634 / CARING FOR AND CLEANING YOUR OVEN_______________________ 655 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE• Service calls ______________________________________________ 6655


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 56EN1 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE• INTRODUCTION TO YOUR OVENABCDEAProgrammerDLightBTemperature selector switchEWire shelf supportsCFunction selector switch•AccessoriesYour appliance is equipped with two safety grids with handles, one with handles for a 45 mmdish, a Lissium pastry dish and a 45 mm dish.56


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 571 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE EN• INTRODUCTION TO THE PROGRAMMERABCDFEGHATime and cooking time displayECleaning indicatorBCooking time indicatorFTemperature displayCCooking end time indicatorGSelection button (cooking time and time)DTimer displayHTime setting buttons57


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 58EN2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE• USING THE PROGRAMMER•How to set the time- When plugged inThe display flashes 12:00 (fig.1).Set the time by pressing the + or - buttons(holding your finger on the button allows youto scroll through the numbers rapidly) (fig.2).fig.1Example: 12:30Press the “” button to confirm.The display stops flashing.fig.2- To set the time on the clockThe function selector switch must be in the 0position (fig.1).fig.1Press and hold the “ ” button for a fewseconds until the display starts flashing (fig.2),then release. Audible beeps indicate that it isnow possible to set the time.Adjust the clock setting with the + and -buttons (fig.3).fig.2Press the “” button to confirm (fig.4).fig.3WarningIf there is no confirmation from the“ ” button, the time is recordedautomatically after a few seconds.fig.458


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 592 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE EN•Immediate cooking— The programmer should display only thetime.It should not be flashing (fig.1).Turn the function selector to the position ofyour choice.Example: position (fig.2).Your oven recommends the optimaltemperature for the chosen cooking mode.It is, however, possible to adjust thetemperature by pushing the selection levertowards + or - (fig.3).Place your dish in the oven based on therecommendations provided by the cook book.fig.1fig.2fig.3After these steps, the oven heats up and thetemperature indicator flashes.A series of beeps will sound when the ovenreaches the selected temperature.The temperature stops flashing.fig.4To stop this heating, return the functionselector to 0.WarningAfter a cooking cycle, the cooling fan continues to operate for a period of time in orderto guarantee optimal oven reliability.WarningAll types of cooking are done with the door closed.59


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 60EN2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE• PROGRAMMED COOKING- Cooking with immediate start andprogrammed duration- Select the desired cooking mode and adjust thetemperature (fig.1).fig.1- Press the “ ” button until the cooking timeindicator starts to flash .The display flashes 0:00 to indicate that you cannow adjust the setting (fig.2).- Press the + or - buttons to set the desired time.Example: 30 mins cooking time (fig.3).The cooking time is automatically recorded after afew seconds.The cooking time display stops flashing.The countdown of the cooking time beginsimmediately after it has been set.fig.2fig.3After these three steps, the oven heats up:A series of beeps will sound when the ovenreaches the selected temperature.At the end of cooking (end of programmed time),- the oven turns off,- the cooking time indicator and 00:00 both flash(fig.4),- a series of beeps sounds for a few minutes.Press any button to stop the beeping.fig.4The display shows the time once again when thefunction selector switch is returned to 0 (fig.5).fig.560


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 612 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE EN• PROGRAMMED COOKING- Cooking with delayed start and chosencooking end timeProceed as with programmed cooking.- After setting the cooking time, press the “ ”button until the end of cooking indicator flashes“ ”.The display flashes to indicate that you cannow adjust the setting (fig.1).- Press the + or - button to set the desiredcooking end time.Example: end of cooking at 13:00 (fig.2).The cooking end time is automaticallyrecorded after a few seconds.The cooking end time display stops flashing.fig.1fig.2After these 3 steps, the oven heating isdelayed so that cooking ends at 13:00.At the end of cooking (end of programmedtime),- the oven turns off,- the cooking time indicator and 0:00 bothflash (fig.3),- a series of beeps sounds for a few minutes.Press any button to stop the beeping.The display shows the time once again whenthe function selector switch is returned to 0(fig.4).The light inside the oven turns on whencooking starts and goes out when cookingstops.fig.3fig.4When the cooking is delayed in a cold oven (by pulsed far or combined cooking), thecavity lights up when cooking starts and stays lit until cooking ends. The fan keeps workingwhen the cooking has finished, until the oven has cooled down.When the cooking is delayed in a hot oven (by pulsed far or combined cooking), thecavity lights up when cooking starts and stays lit until cooking ends. The fan starts workingwhen the programme starts and keeps working until the oven has cooled down.61


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 62EN2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE• USING THE TIMER FUNCTION- Your oven’s programmer can be used as anindependent timer that allows you to countdown a time without operating the oven.In this case, the timer display has priority overthe clock display.- Press the “ ” button (fig.1) until the timersymbol begins flashing.-> 0.00 and a small hourglass both flash.- Adjust the chosen time by pressing thebuttons + or - (fig.2).- Press the button “ ” to confirm, or wait fora few seconds.fig.1fig.2The display stops flashing after a few seconds and the timer starts working, counting down thetime in seconds.Once the time has expired, the timer emits a series of beeps to notify you.Press any button to stop the beeping.WarningIt is possible to change or cancel the timer at any time.62


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 633 / OVEN COOKING MODES EN*CIRCULATING HEAT(recommended temperature 180°C min 35°C max 235°C)•Cooking controlled by the heating element located at the back of the oven by the fan.•Rapid temperature increase: Some dishes can be placed in the oven while it is still cold.•Recommended for keeping white meat, fish and vegetables moist.For cooking multiple items on up to.3 levels.COMBINED HEAT (+ BREAD)(recommended temperature 205°C min 35°C max 275°C)•Cooking controlled by the upper and lower heating elements and by the fan.•Three combined sources of heat: a lot of heat from the bottom, a little circulating heatand a bit from the grill.•Recommended for quiches, pies, wet fruit tarts, placed preferable on an earthenwaredish.BREAD•Cooking sequence recommended for baking bread.•Place the ball of dough on the pasty dish - 2nd shelf.•Do not forget to place a ramekin of water on the bottom to get a crispy, shiny crust.FAN GRILL + ROTISSERIE(recommended temperature 200°C min 180°C max 230°C)•Cooking controlled, alternately, by the upper element and by the fan.•Preheating is unnecessary. Roasts and poultry are juicy and crispy all over.•The spit keeps turning until the door is opened.•Slide the drip tray onto the bottom shelf support.•Recommended for all poultry and roasts on the spit, for cooking leg joints thoroughly,and cuts of beef. To keep fish steaks moist.*“POULTRY” ECO(recommended temperature 200°C min 35°C max 275°C)•Cooking controlled by the upper and lower heating elements with no fan.•This position allows for energy savings while preserving the quality of the cooking.•The ECO position is used for energy label performance.•All types of cooking are done without preheating.•Place the poulty in a dish on the 1st shelf.* Program(s) used to obtain the results indicated on the energy label in accordance with Europeanstandard EN 50304 and European Directive 2002/40/CE.63


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 64EN3 / OVEN COOKING MODESVARIABLE GRILL MEDIUM AND HIGH + ROTISSERIE(recommended positions 2 or 4 - min 1 - maxi 4)•Cooking done by the upper element.•The double grill covers the entire grid surface. The grill is as effective on medium ason high, for small quantities.•They are recommended for grilling chops, sausages, toast or prawns placed on thegrid.KEEPING THINGS WARM(recommended temperature 80°C min 35°C max 100°C)•This position allows you to keep your dishes hot by occasional heating from thebottom of the oven along with the fan.•Recommended for letting dough rise for bread, brioche, kugelhopf... withoutexceeding 40°C (plate warming, defrosting).64


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 654 / CARING FOR AND CLEANING YOUR OVEN EN• SELF-DEGREASING CATALYTIC (enamelled oven)- This oven is composed of an enclosure fitted with detachable walls covered with a specialmicroporous enamel (catalytic enamel), which provides its self-degreasing properties. As soonas dirt appears, it spreads out and is dispersed into the microporous holes. It is oxidised on bothsides and gradually disappears. The self-degreasing enamel is mainly suited for fatty, rather thansugary substances. This is why the oven floor, which is more subject to sugary overflow, is notcovered with this enamel.We strongly recommend:- That you do not scrub these catalytic walls with metallic brushes, pointed or sharp instruments.- That you do not try to clean them with commercial scouring products.- When grilling food, the temperature of the walls is not always sufficient to eliminate majorspattering of fat.CLEANING•After cooking, select the cleaning sequence.If traces of spatter remain, they will be reduced during subsequent cooking operations.65


99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:57 Page 66EN5 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE•SERVICE CALLSAny repairs that are made to your appliancemust be handled by a qualified professionalauthorised to work on the brand. When youcall, mention your appliance’s completereference (model, type, serial number). Thisinformation appears on the manufacturer’snameplate (fig.1).BRANDT APPLIANCES SAS7 rue Henri Becquerel92500 RUEIL MALMAISONMADE IN FRANCE230V ~ 50 Hzfig.1GENUINE REPLACEMENT PARTSDuring maintenance work, request that onlycertified genuine replacement parts areused.Brandt Appliances - simplified shareholder company with capital of 10,000,000 Euros RCS Nanterre 440,302,347.66


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99641441_A_ML.qxp 12/04/2007 10:59 Page 120Translation/DTP by Technicis SAS - Boulogne-Billancourt - FranceDOC710*99641441 03/07

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