Bertazzoni PROF304INMXE Le manuel du propriétaire

Marque
Bertazzoni
Catégorie
barbecues
Modèle
PROF304INMXE
Taper
Le manuel du propriétaire
BERTAZZONI
OWNER’S MANUAL
INDUCTION WORKTOP
ELECTRIC MANUAL CLEAN OVEN MODEL
3100294
WWW.BERTAZZONI.COM
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/ From the desk of the President
From the desk of the President
Dear new owner of a Bertazzoni,
I want to thank you for choosing one of our beautiful appliances for your
home. We know that you have many brands and products to choose
from, and we are thrilled that you have decided to take one of our
products into your home.
We take as much pride in making our ranges as we hope you will in ow-
ning them. My family started manufacturing cooking appliances in 1882.
Each of our products brings together Italian design and superior applian-
ce technology. While we can not replace your unique talent at cooking
delicious recipes for yourself, your family and your friends, we try our
best to make cooking easier, more eff ective and more fun. And, at the
same time, we strive to make your kitchen look
beautiful.
Our appliances are designed according to the strictest safety and per-
formance standard for the European and the North American market.
We follow the most advanced manufacturing techniques. Each appliance
leaves the factory after thorough quality inspection and testing. Our im-
porters and our service partners are ready to answer any questions you
may have regarding how to use and care for your Bertazzoni.
This manual will help you learn to use the product in the safest and most
eff ective way and care for it so that it will give you the highest satisfaction
for years to come.
Enjoy!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNINGS ___________________________________________________________________
WORKTOP AND KNOBS LAYOUT ________________________________________________
INDUCTION COOKTOP __________________________________________________________
Cooking with induction ________________________________________________________
Turning on the induction element ________________________________________________
Using special functions ________________________________________________________
Suitable induction pans ________________________________________________________
Induction dimension __________________________________________________________
Recommendations ___________________________________________________________
ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVEN _________________________________________________
Shelves positions _____________________________________________________________
Cooling fan __________________________________________________________________
Preheating the oven ___________________________________________________________
Using the oven _______________________________________________________________
Oven cooking modes __________________________________________________________
Special functions _____________________________________________________________
Condensation ________________________________________________________________
Getting the best results ________________________________________________________
Oven cooking recommendations ________________________________________________
Broiling recommendations _____________________________________________________
Troubleshooting common problems with oven cooking _____________________________
Oven temperature indicator _____________________________________________________
Telescopic glides ____________________________________________________________
KEEPING YOUR BERTAZZONI CLEAN _____________________________________________
SIMPLE MAINTENANCE _________________________________________________________
Replacing oven lights _________________________________________________________
Cleaning inside glass door _____________________________________________________
TROUBLESHOOTING ___________________________________________________________
TWO YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY _________________________________________________
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/ Warnings
WARNINGS
Warning and Important Safety Instructions ap-
pearing in this manual are not meant to cover all
possible conditions and situations that may occur.
Common sense, caution, and care must be exer-
cised when installing, maintaining, or operating
the appliance.
Read and follow all instructions before using
this appliance to prevent the potential risk of
re, electric shock, personal injury or damage
to the appliance as a result of improper usage
of the appliance. Use appliance only for its in-
tended purpose as described in this manual.
Save this Manual for local electrical inspector’s
use. Read and save these instructions for future
reference. Observe all governing codes, ordinan-
ces and regulations.
Warning!
To avoid risk of property damage, personal injury
or death; follow information in this manual exact-
ly to prevent a re or explosion. DO NOT store
or use gasoline or other ammable vapors and
liquids nearbythis or any appliance.
What to do if you smell gas:
Do not light any appliance. Do not touch any
electrical switch. Do not use any phone in your
building. Immediately call your gas supplier
from a neighbors phone. Follow the gas sup-
pliers instructions. If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fi re department.
NOTE: Installation and service must be performed
by a qualifi ed installer, service agency or the gas
supplier.
In Massachusetts:
All gas products must be installed by a “Massa-
chusetts” licensed plumber or gasfi tter. A “T” han-
dle type manual gas valve must be installed in the
gas line connected to this appliance.
To ensure proper and safe operation: Appliance
must be properly installed and grounded by a
qualifi ed technician. DO NOT attempt to adjust,
repair, service, or replace any part of your applian-
ce unless it is specifi cally recommended in this
manual. All other servicing should be referred to a
qualifi ed servicer. Have the installer show you the
location of the gas shut-off valve and how to shut
it off in an emergency.
A certifi ed technician is required for any adjust-
ments or conversions to Natural or LP gas.
To Prevent Fire or Smoke Damage
Be sure all packing materials are removed from
the appliance before operating it.
Never let clothing, potholders, or other am-
mable materials come in contact with or too clo-
se to any element, top burner or burner grate
until it has cooled.
If appliance is installed near a window, proper
precautions should be taken to prevent curtains
from blowing over burners.
Never leave any items on the cooktop. The hot
air from the vent may ignite ammable items
and may increase pressure in closed contai-
ners which may cause them to burst.
Many aerosol-type spray cans are EXPLOSI-
VE when exposed to heat and may be highly
ammable. Avoid their use or storage near an
appliance.
In Case of Fire
Turn off appliance and ventilation hood to avoid
spreading the ame. Extinguish ame then turn
on hood to remove smoke and odor.
Cooktop: Smother re or ame in a pan with a
lid or cookie sheet.
NEVER pick up or move a fl aming pan.
Oven: Smother re or fl ame by closing the oven
door. DO NOT use water on grease res. Use
baking soda, a dry chemical or foamtype extin-
guisher to smother re or ame, if available, a
multipurpose dry chemical or foam type extin-
guisher.
Child Safety
NEVER leave children alone or unsupervised
near the appliance when it is in use or is still
hot.
NEVER allow children to sit or stand on any
part of the appliance as they could be injured
or burned.
DO NOT store items of interest to children over
the unit. Children climbing to reach those items
could be seriously injured.
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Cooking Safety
Once the unit has been installed as outlined in
the Installation Instructions, it is important that
the fresh air supply is not obstructed. The use
of a gas cooking appliance results in the pro-
duction of heat and moisture in the room in whi-
ch it is installed.
Ensure that the kitchen is well-ventilated. Keep
natural venting holes open or install a mecha-
nical ventilation device. Prolonged or intensi-
ve use of the appliance may call for additional
(such as opening a window) or more eff ective
ventilation (such as increasing the level of a
mechanical ventilation if present).
NEVER use aluminum foil to cover oven racks
or oven bottom. This could result in risk of
electric shock, re, or damage to the appliance.
Use foil only as directed in this guide.
To eliminate the hazard of reaching over hot
surface burners, cabinet storage should not be
provided directly above a unit. Temperatures
may be unsafe for some items, such as volatile
liquids, cleaners or aerosol sprays.
ALWAYS place a pan on a surface burner befo-
re turning it on. Be sure you know which knob
controls which surface burner. Make sure the
correct burner is turned on and that the bur-
ner has ignited. When cooking is completed,
turn burner off before removing pan to prevent
exposure to burner fl ame.
ALWAYS adjust surface burner ame so that it
does not extend beyond the bottom edge of the
pan. An excessive ame is hazardous, wastes
energy and may damage the appliance, pan or
cabinets above the appliance. This is based on
safety considerations.
NEVER leave a surface cooking operation
unattended especially when using a high heat
setting or when deep fat frying. Boilovers cau-
se smoking and greasy spillovers may ignite.
Clean up greasy spills as soon as possible. DO
NOT use high heat for extended cooking ope-
rations.
DO NOT heat unopened food containers, bu-
ild up of pressure may cause the container to
explode and result in injury.
ALWAYS let quantities of hot fat used for deep
fat frying cool before attempting to move or
handle.
NEVER wear garments made of ammable
material or loose tting or long-sleeved appa-
rel while cooking. Clothing may ignite or catch
utensil handles. DO NOT drape towels or mate-
rials on oven door handles. These items could
ignite and cause burns.
ALWAYS place oven racks in the desired posi-
tions while oven is cool. Slide oven rack out to
add or remove food, using dry, sturdy pothol-
ders.
ALWAYS avoid reaching into the oven to add or
remove food. If a rack must be moved while hot,
use a dry pot-holder.
ALWAYS turn the oven off at the end of cooking.
Use care when opening the oven door. Let hot
air or steam escape before moving or replacing
food.
DO NOT cook directly on the oven bottom.
This could result in damage to your appliance.
Always use the oven racks when cooking in the
oven.
Do not connect any appliances to the plugs
above or near to the induction cooktop; con-
nection cable insulation can melt if in contact
with heat, and this may result in an injury and
a property damage.
Recommended Utensils
Use pans with at bottoms and handles that
are easily grasped and stay cool. Avoid using
unstable, warped, easily tipped or loose-han-
dled pans. Also avoid using pans, especially
small pans, with heavy handles as they could
be unstable and easily tip. Pans that are heavy
to move when lled with food may also be ha-
zardous.
Be sure utensil is large enough to properly con-
tain food and avoid boilovers. Pan size is parti-
cularly important in deep fat frying. Be sure pan
will accommodate the volume of food that is to
be added as well as the bubble action of fat.
To minimize burns, ignition of ammable mate-
rials and spillage due to unintentional contact
with the utensil, DO NOT extend handles over
adjacent surface burners. ALWAYS turn pan
handles toward the side or back of the applian-
ce, not out into the room where they are easily
hit or reached by small children.
NEVER let a pan boil dry as this could damage
the utensil and the appliance.
Follow the manufacturer’s directions when
using oven cooking bags.
Only certain types of glass, glass/ceramic, ce-
ramic or glazed utensils are suitable for range-
top surface or oven usage without breaking due
to the sudden change in temperature. Follow
manufacturer’s instructions when using glass.
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Induction Cooking Surfaces
Surface areas on or adjacent to the unit may be
hot enough to cause burns. Do not touch the
cooking area as long as the light indicating re-
sidual heat on the glass-ceramic cooktop area,
is “on”; this indicates that the temperature in the
relative area is still high.
DO NOT COOK ON BROKEN COOKING SUR-
FACE If cooking surface should break, cle-
aning solutions and spillovers may penetrate
the broken cooking surface and create a risk
of electric shock. Contact a qualifi ed technician
immediately.
Keep a close eye on children because they are
unlikely to see the residual heat warning lights.
The cooking zones are still very hot for some
time after use, even if they are switched off .
Make sure that children never touch them.
NEVER use aluminum foil to to hold the food
while cooking on a glass-ceramic cooktop area.
Never place pan with bottoms which are not
perfectly fl at and smooth on the cooktop area.
If you drop a heavy pot on your cooktop area it
will not break. On the contrary, if a hard object,
such as the salt shaker or the spice bottle strikes
the edge or the corner of the cooktop area, the
cooktop area may break.
Never use the glass-ceramic cooktop area as
support surface.
Only use cleaning products made specifi cally
for ceramic glass cooking surfaces.
Metal items such as cutlery or lids must never
be placed on the surface of the cooktop area
since they may become hot.
Radio Interference - Induction Ranges
This unit generates, uses, and can radiate ra-
dio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communi-
cations. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular in-
stallation. If this unit does cause harmful inter-
ference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the unit off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the distance between the unit and re-
ceiver
Connect the unit into an outlet on a circuit dif-
ferent from that to which the receiver is con-
nected.
Oven Heating Elements
NEVER touch oven bake and broil burner areas
or interior surfaces of oven.
Bake and broil burners may be hot even though
they are dark in color. Areas near burners and
interior surfaces of an oven may become hot
enough to cause burns.
During and after use, DO NOT touch or let
clothing or other ammable materials contact
heating elements, areas near elements, or in-
terior surfaces of oven until they have had suf-
cient time to cool. Other surfaces of the oven
may become hot enough to cause burns, such
as the oven vent opening, the surface near the
vent opening, and the oven door window.
Cleaning Safety
Turn off all controls and wait for appliance parts
to cool before touching or cleaning them. DO
NOT touch the burner grates or surrounding
areas until they have had suffi cient time to cool.
Clean the range with caution. Avoid steam
burns; DO NOT use a wet sponge or cloth to
clean the range while it is hot. Some cleaners
produce noxious fumes if applied to a hot sur-
face. Follow directions provided by the cleaner
manufacturer.
DO NOT clean, rub, damage, move or remove
the door gasket. It is essential for a good seal
during baking. If the gasket becomes worn or
excessively soiled with food particles, replace
gasket to assure a tight seal.
Power failure warning
Due to safety considerations and the possibility of
personal injury in attempting to light and extingui-
sh the oven burners, the grill and the oven burner
should not be used during a power failure. The
oven control knob should always remain in the
“OFF” position during a power failure.
NEVER use appliance as a space heater to heat
or warm a room to prevent potential hazard to the
user and damage to the appliance. Also, DO
NOT use the rangetop or oven as a storage area
for food or cooking utensils.
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Electrical shock hazard
Make sure all controls are OFF and oven is COOL
before cleaning. Failure to do so can result in
burns or electrical shock.
DO NOT touch a hot oven light bulb with a damp
cloth as the bulb could break. Should the bulb
break, disconnect power to the appliance before
removing bulb to avoid electrical shock.
NEVER cover any slots, holes or passages in the
oven bottom or cover an entire rack with materials
such as aluminum foil.Doing so blocks air ow
through the oven and may cause carbon monoxi-
de poisoning. Aluminum foil linings may also trap
heat, causing a fi re hazard.
Burn hazard
The oven door, especially the glass, can get hot.
DO NOT touch the oven door glass!
Warning-tipping hazard
Children and adults can tip over the range if it has
not been secured.This may lead to fatal injuries.
To reduce the risk of the appliance tipping, it must
be secured and connected using the anti-tip de-
vice according to the installation instructions.
Re-engage the anti-tip device if the range is mo-
ved.
Do not operate the range without the anti-tipdevi-
ce in place and engaged. Do not use the range if
the anti-tip device has not been properly installed
and engaged. See installation instructions for de-
tails.
Failure to observe the information con-
tained in the installation instructions can
lead to serious or fatal injuries for children
and adults.
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WORKTOP AND KNOBS LAYOUT
Heating element
Oven functions selector
Oven thermostat
Left front induction element
Left rear induction element
Right front induction element
Right rear induction element
Oven functions selector
Oven thermostat
Left front induction element
Left rear induction element
Central induction element
Right front induction element
Right rear induction element
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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2
3
4
5
6
Heating element
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INDUCTION COOKTOP
COOKING WITH INDUCTION
Underneath each cooking zone there is a coil cal-
led an inductor. The inductor generates a variable
magnetic eld using electric power. When a pan is
placed inside this magnetic fi eld, the highfrequen-
cy current radiates directly on the bottom of the
pan and produce the heat needed to cook.
After use the display can show the symbol ‘H’ if
there is residual heat. The symbol ‘H’ go out when
the temperature drops to below about 140°F/60°
C.
TURNING ON THE INDUCTION ELEMENT
The symbol above each knob indicates which ele-
ment that knob controls.
The operation power is regulated through the
knob and is shown by a display on the cooktop
surface.
To turn on the heating zone, press in the control
knob (Fig.14A-14B) and turn it clockwise. Settings
range from a minimum of 1 to a maximum of 9.
USING SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
A - Heating Accelerator mode.
The Heating Accelerator mode allows each zone
to be operated at peak power for a time proportio-
nal to the heating power selected.
Turn the knob anti-clockwise, select setting “A”
and then release. The letter “A” will appear on
the display on the cooktop area
After 3 seconds, you may select the heating
setting of your choice. Once a setting between
1 and 9 has been selected, “A” and the chosen
setting will fl ashin sequence on the display.
While the heating accelerator is in operation, the
heating level can be increased at any time. The
“full power” time will be modifi ed accordingly. If the
power is reduced by turning the knob anticlockwi-
se, option “A” is automatically deactivated.
P - Power Mode.
The power mode allows the user to operate each
heating zone continuously at the maximum power
for a time of no more than 10 minutes. This mode
can be used to bring a large amount of water to
the boil in a hurry, or to turn up the heat under
meat.
Turn the knob clockwise and set heating level
to 9, then use the knob to set the “P” position
and release it.
The symbol “P” will appear on the correspon-
ding zone display.
After 10 minutes, the power will be reduced au-
tomatically to 9 and the “P” will disappear.
The power mode can be turned off at any time
by reducing the heating level. If a pan is removed
from the cooking zone while the power function is
on, the function is switched off .
- Holding Mode.
The holding mode keeps the temperature of the
bottoms of pans at about 160°F/70°C . This allows
foods to be heated gently and kept hot with opti-
mal energy consumption. Holding mode can be
kept in operation for up to 2 hours.
The holding mode is and is indicated by the
relevant symbol on the cooking zones.
∏ - Bridge Mode.
The bridge mode allows to use the 2 right-side
cooking zones as a single cooking zone. Power
Mode is not allowed when the zones are operated
in Bridge mode.
Rotate both knobs, rear right and front right, at
the same time in the P position and keep the
knobs in that position.
The symbol will blink in the display, then re-
turn to the power level.
To control the bridge power level, use the knob
4 (front right zone). If you turn knob 3 (rear right
zone) the display shows a horizontal segment
and the bridge function ends.
OFF
OFF
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L - Child lock function.
When not in use, the cooktop area can be “locked
out” to prevent children from accidentally swi-
tching it on.
With the cooking zones off , turn the knobs of
zones 1 and 2 to the left simultaneously until
‘’L’’ appear on the power display and then re-
lease the knobs.
To deactivate it, repeat the same procedure:
the cooking zone displays will stop displaying
the ‘’L’’, indicating that the cooking zone LOCK
has been deactivated.
- Pan detection.
Each cooking zone is equipped with a “pan
detection” device, which ensures that cooking
cannot start unless a suitable pan is present
on the cooking zone and properly positioned.
If the user attempts to switch on the cooking
zone with the pan not positioned properly or
with a pan which is not of suitable material,
the symbol will appear a few seconds after
the zone is switched on to warn the user that
an error has been made.
H - Residual heat.
Each cooking zone is equipped with a device whi-
ch warns of residual heat. After any cooking zone
is switched off , a ashing ‘H’ may appear on the
display, warning that the cooking zone is stil very
hot.
Cooking can be restarted while the ‘H’ is fl ashing.
SUITABLE INDUCTION PANS
Induction with most pans of suitable material.
The bottom of the pan must be iron or steel/iron
to generate the magnetic eld necessary for the
heating process. Pots made of glass, porcelain,
ceramic are not suitable. Pots made with steel,
aluminium or copper without magnetic bottom will
also not work.
Most suitable pans are marked for use with in-
duction. To check whether a pan is suitable, sim-
ply place a magnet close to its bottom: if the ma-
gnet sicks to the bottom of the pan, the pan is
suitable for induction cooking. If you don’t have a
magnet handy, place a small of water in the pan,
place the pan on any cooking zone and switch it
on. If the symbol appears on the display, the
pan is not suitable.
Use only vessels specially designed for induction
cooking, with thick, completely at bottom. If these
are not available, the pans used must not have a
round (concave or convex) bottom.
The pans must have certain minimum diameter
to ensure optimal operation. Pans larger than the
cooking zones can also be used: make sure that
the bottom of the pan does not touch other co-
oking zones and that it is always centered over
the inductor.
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X
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Burner
INDUCTION DIMENSION
Diam. (mm) Diam. of pan Utilization
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
(and Griddle)
Rapid
Dual inner/outer
Ø 50 mm
Ø 70mm
Ø 95 mm
Ø 43/140 mm
Use with smaller pans for boiling and simmering and the
preparation of sauces.
Use for normal frying and boiling in medium and small pans.
Use with large and medium pans of water for frying and rapid
boiling.
Use with woks, griddle’s and frying pans or for large pans and
rapid boiling.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Always place your pan in such a way that its
center is aligned with the centre of the element.
Pick-up your cookware when moving them
around. Do not slide them and avoid excessive
rubbing of the top, as this may leave scratches
on the glass surface.
Never leave an empty pot/pan on an induction
heating element, even when the element is tur-
ned OFF.
Only use maximum power for boiling and frying.
Avoid preheating your non-stick pans (e.g. with
tefl on coating) at maximum heat.
Avoid storing solid and heavy items in the cabi-
nets above your cooktop.They may accidentally
be dropped and damage the glass top.
Place extra care to avoid spilling sugar or
sweet mixtures onto the cooktop area du-
ring cooking, and avoid materials or sub-
stances which might melt (plastic or alumi-
nium foil) on it. If this should occur, turn the
heating off immediately and clean with the
scraper supplied while the cooking zone is
still warm. If the ceramic cooktop area is not
cleaned immediately, residue may form whi-
ch may not be removed once the cooktop
area has cooled.
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ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVEN
Attention!
When using the oven for the fi rst time it should be
operated for 15-30 minutes at a temperature of
about 500°F/260°C without cooking anything insi-
de in order to eliminate any moisture and odours
from the internal insulation.
SHELVES POSITIONS
Shelves are mounted on the appropriate guides
situated on the sides of the oven compartment.
Insert the shelf between top and bottom guide in
any of the 7 positions indicated.
COOLING FAN
Automatic operation of the cooling fan
The range cooker is equipped with a thermosta-
tically controlled cooling fan designed to prevent
the control panel and knobs from overheating.
The cooling fan will operate when the oven tem-
perature rises. It will turn off when the temperature
decreases.
NOTE: It is normal for the cooling process to push
heated air out into the room when the oven is on.
PREHEATING THE OVEN
Most cooking times in recipes are intended for a
preheated oven and require that the oven already
be at the set temperature before placing food in
the oven. Preheating time depends on the tempe-
rature setting and the number of racks in the oven.
USING THE OVEN
1. Place rack in desired position and shut the door.
2. Select the oven function with the dedicated fun-
ction knob. The light in the cavity will turn on.
3. Set the desired temperature with the dedicated
selector knob.
This appliance is equipped with 1 indicator light
on the front panel. Light on indicates that the oven
heating element/s are activated.
OVEN COOKING MODES
The oven is equipped with 4 heating elements,
used alone or in combination to create diff erent
cooking modes:
Upper bake element
Lower bake element
Broil element
Convection element
The temperature setting and cooking times can
vary slightly from one oven to another. It is pos-
sible that recipes and cooking times need to be
adjusted accordingly.
Pre-heat
Use this setting for fast pre-heating the oven. This
function provides the most effi cient and fastest
way to preheat the cavity. Preheat function is un-
suitable for use as a cooking function.
Bake
Heat from upper and lower element
Use this setting for baking, roasting, and cassero-
les on a single rack.
Standard bake: level 3 or 4
Taller items: level 3
Pies: level 2 or 3 to ensure the bottom of the
crust is done without over-browning the top.
Large cuts of meat or poultry: level 2.
Bottom bake
Heat from lower element only
Use this setting at low temperatures for slow-co-
oking casseroles, custards or for warming plates.
Use at high temperatures for cooking sweet and
savoury pastry tarts.
Use the same rack position as BAKE mode.
Upper bake
Heat from upper element only
Use this setting for browning and reheating dishes
such as lasagne, moussaka and caulifl ower che-
ese.
The up Bake mode is best for baking on one rack
Standard bake --> level 3 or 4
tall items, level 3
Pies level 4 or 5 to ensure the top of the crust is
done without over-browning the bottom.
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Broil
Heat from the broil element only
The BROIL setting creates intense heat from the
top of the cavity. The broil mode is eff ective when
food is placed on upper racks.
Beef steaks, ground meat patties, and lamb
chops 1 inch or less: level 6.
Meat 1 inches or more thick, sh, poultry, pork
chops, ham steaks 1 inch or more: level 5.
Browning food: level 6 (no longer than 15mins)
Convection broil
Heat from broil element and air ow convection
with fan.
Use this setting for browning and cooking evenly
food on all sides, including bottom. Also recom-
mended for food that is too delicate to turn over
such as fi sh. The fan circulates hot air around the
food helping to cook it all the way through. The de-
gree of browning on each side might be diff erent.
The conv broil mode must be used on one rack,
sausages and chicken portions: level 5 or 6
foods with high water content such as bacon
and chops: level 5 or 6 (door closed 400°F )
Convection bake
Heat from upper and lower bake element and air
ow convection with fan.
Use this setting to bake and roast diff erent foods
at the same time with no taste transfer. The fan
circulates the hot air around the oven for uniform
cooking of larger quantities of food. Use for roa-
sting vegetables, meat and poultry, or baked sh.
This function is the best one for cooking frozen
products and breaded/battered chicken or sh.
It may be used for cakes, cookies, biscuits and
other foods on multiple racks.
Use the same rack position as BAKE. When using
2 racks, use level 3 and 5.
Convection
Heat from the convection element and air ow
convection with fan.
Use this mode for most recipes being careful at
calibrating the time –less time is usually required
to reach the desired result when using convection.
The temperature is kept uniform throughout the
oven, which is particularly suitable for baking on
several levels or for batch cooking.
Single rack: use the same rack position as
bake
2 racks: use level 3 and 5
3 racks : use level 2 ,4, 6
Pizza
Heat from lower bake element and circular ele-
ment and air ow convection with fan.
Use for cooking pizza, pastry or fl at breads to get
a perfectly cooked base.
Use level 3 or level 2 to ensure the bottom of the
crust is done.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Light
Use this function to light the oven when the oven
is off (for example to clean the oven). Turn the
function knob to ‘bake’. DO NOT turn on Oven
Temperature Control Knob.
Proofi ng
The proof feature maintains the warm, needed for
proofi ng yeast. It is best to start with a cool oven
when using the proofi ng function.Turn the function
knob to ‘bake’. DO NOT turn on Oven Tempera-
ture Control Knob. Do not open the oven door un-
necessarily.
Convection Defrost
Air is circulated by the airfl ow fans. The fan acce-
lerates natural defrosting of food without heat. DO
NOT leave defrosted food in the oven for more
than two hours. Place the frozen food on a baking
sheet. Turn the function knob to ‘CONV’. DO NOT
turn on Oven Temperature Control Knob.
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CONDENSATION
It is normal for a certain amount of moisture to
evaporate from the food during any cooking pro-
cess. The amount depends on the moisture con-
tent of the food. The moisture will condense on
any surface cooler than the inside of the oven,
such as the control panel.
Using aluminum foil in the oven
Foil can be used to cover food in the oven but this
should not come into close proximity with the oven
elements. Foil should not be used to line the oven
cavity or grill pan. This can cause overheating,
buckling and cracking of the enamel surfaces.
GETTING THE BEST RESULTS
Minimize opening and closing the oven door
during operation.
Use the rack position recommended by the re-
cipe and fi ne-tune with personal experience.
Use the bakeware recommended in the recipe.
Store the broiler pan(s) outside the oven. An ex-
tra pan without food will impact browning and
cooking.
For tender, golden brown crusts, use light
non-stick/anodized or shiny metal pans.
For brown crisp crusts, use dark non-stick/ano-
dized or dark, dull metal pans or glass bakewa-
re. These may require lowering the bake tem-
perature 25°F (14°C).
Allow at least 1” (25.4 mm) of space between
the pans and the oven walls so heat can circu-
late around each pan.
To keep the oven as clean as possible, cook
meat on a pan and not directly on the racks.
Cooking will continue with residual heat. remo-
ve the dish from the oven immediately to avoid
overcooking
OVEN COOKING RECOMMENDATIONS
Food Pan size Control temperature
setting
Total suggested
cooking time
Cookies
Layer Cakes
Sheet Cakes
Bunt Cakes
Brownies or Bar Cookies
Biscuits
Quick Bread
Muf ns
Fruit Pies
Fruit Cobblers
Yeast Bread, Loaves
Dinner Rolls
Cinnamon Rolls
Yeast Cotter and Cake
12”x15” Cookie Sheet
8”or 9” Round
9”x13” Pan
12 Cup
9”x9” Pan
12”x15” Cookie Sheet
8”x4” Loaf Pan
12 cup Muf n Pan
9” Diameter
9”x9” Pan
8”x4” Loaf Pan
9”x13” Pan
9”x13” Pan
12”x15” Cookie Sheet
375°F
350°F
350°F
325°F
325°F
425°F or Package Directions
350°F
425°F
425°F
400°F
375°F
400°F
375°F
400°F
8 to 12 minutes
25 to 35 minutes
30 to 40 minutes
60 to 75 minutes
20 to 25 minutes
10 to 15 minutes
55 to 70 minutes
14 to 19 minutes
35 to 45 minutes
25 to 30 minutes
25 to 30 minutes
12 to 18 minutes
25 to 30 minutes
20 to 30 minutes
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BROILING RECOMMENDATION
Food item Control temperature
setting selector
Approximate
cooking time
Special instructions
and tips
BEEF
Ground Beef Patties, ½” thick
T-Bone Steak
Flank Steak
Eye of Round Roast
PORK Loin Roast
POULTRY
Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breasts
Chicken Thighs
Half Chickens
Roast Chicken
Turkey
500°F xed temperature setting
500°F xed temperature setting
500°F xed temperature setting
325°F
325°F
500°F xed temperature setting
500°F xed temperature setting
500°F xed temperature setting
350°F
325°F
15 to 20 minutes
12 to 20 minutes
12 to 20 minutes
20 to 25 min/lb
20 to 25 min/lb
20 to 25 minutes
25 to 30 minutes
30 to 45 minutes
75 to 90 minutes
20 to 25 min/lb
Broil until no pink in center
Time depends on rareness of steak
Rare to Medium Rare
Small roasts take more minutes
per pound; reduce time by using
Convection Bake
Cook until juices are clear
Cook until juices are clear
Remove skin; Cook until juices are
clear
Turn with tongs; Cook until juices
are clear
Do not stuff; reduce time by using
Convection Bake
Do not stuff; reduce time by using
Convection Bake
TROUBLESHOOTING COMMON PROBLEMS WITH OVEN COOKING
Problems Cause Remedy
Cakes burned on the sides or not
done in center
Cakes crack on top
Food too brown on bottom
Food too brown on top
Cookies too at
Pies burned around edges
Pies too light on top
Oven too hot
Wrong pan size
Batter too thick
Oven too hot
Wrong pan size
Oven door opened too often
Incorrect rack position
Wrong bake setting
Incorrect rack position
Oven not preheated
Hot cookie sheet
Oven too hot
Oven not preheated
Oven not hot enough
Oven not preheated
Reduce temperature
Use recommended pan size
Follow recipe or add liquid
Reduce temperature
Use recommended pan size
Use door window to check food
Use recommended rack position
Adjust to conventional or convection setting as
needed
Use recommended rack position
Allow oven to preheat
Allow sheet to cool between batches
Reduce temperature
Allow oven to preheat
Increase temperature
Allow oven to preheat
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OVEN TEMPERATURE INDICATOR
The range is equipped with a device to indicate
the temperature in the middle of the oven. This let
you check the temperature inside the oven and
adjust food cooking temperatures more accura-
tely.
When the oven is turned on, the burner will start
working at maximum and the thermometer dial will
start to move towards the set temperature. Heat
is optimally distributed inside the oven when the
thermometer dial has stopped. When the oven is
turned off , the temperature on the thermometer
will slowly drop until it reaches room temperature
.
the gauge is for reference only.
TELESCOPIC GLIDES
The telescopic glides t any shelf level and work
with the wire shelves provided as standard equi-
pment.
Fitting the glides
Locate the two spring clips at the front and back
of the glides.
Locate the pin on the glide that indicates the
back.
Choose the right level and position the telesco-
pic glide near the upper wire.
Gently insert the front spring clip on the glide.
Insert the rear spring clip on the glide.
Pull and push each glide to ensure the correct
installation and smooth operation.
Extract both glides to the fully extended position
and place the shelf over them, making sure it’s
accurately placed between the rear pin and the
front pin.
Removing the glides
1 - Locate the two spring clips at the front and
back of the glide.
2 - Gently pull down the front spring clip.
3 - Pull the glide away from the oven side - be
careful not to strain the clip.
4 - Repeat steps 2 - 3 on rear spring clip to remo-
ve glide.
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Burn hazard
Make sure the heating elements are turned off
and allowed to cool completely before any clea-
ning and/or maintenance operation.
Things to avoid:
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the range:
the steam could reach electrical components
and cause a short.
Do not spray liquids such as cleaning agents
into the openings on the bottom and top of the
ovencavity.
All surfaces can discolor or be damaged if un-
suitable cleaning agents are used. The front
of the oven, in particular, will be damaged by
oven cleaners and descalers. All surfaces are
susceptible to scratching. Scratches on glass
surfaces may cause a breakage. Immediately
remove any residues by using suitable cleaning
products.
The heating elements in the oven do not requi-
re cleaning. The elements burn off any residue
when the oven is in use.
Cleaning stainless steel
All stainless steel parts should be wiped with hot
water and soap solution at the end of each cycle.
Wipe up spills and boilovers immediately. Use su-
itable, non-abrasive stainless cleaning products
when water and soap solution will not do the job.
DO NOT use steel wool, abrasive cloths, clean-
sers, or powders. If necessary, scrape stainless
steel to remove encrusted materials, soak the
area with hot towels to soften the residue, then
use a wooden or nylon spatula or scraper. DO
NOT use a metal knife, spatula, or any other me-
tal tool to scrape stainless steel. DO NOT permit
citrus or tomato juice to remain on stainless ste-
el surface, as citric acid will permanently discolor
stainless steel.
Cleaning painted surfaces
Clean with a soft cloth, warm water and non-abra-
sive dishwashing liquid. Whilst still damp, polish
dry with a clean soft cloth.
Cleaning glass surfaces
Clean with cleaning detergent and warm water.
Glass cleaner can be used to remove ngerprints.
If using glass cleaner containing ammonia, make
sure that it does not drip on exterior door surface.
Cleaning the broiler pan
Clean with detergent and hot water. For stubborn
spots, use a soap-fi lled steel wool pad.
The porcelain enamel nish is acid resistant, but
not acid proof. Acidic foods, such as citrus jui-
ces, tomatoes, rhubarb, vinegar, alcohol or milk,
should be wiped up and not allowed to bake onto
the porcelain during the next use.
Cleaning the induction cooktop
Allow the glass to cool down until the residual heat
indicator is off before cleaning. Never use scouring
powders or paste, metal scourers, oven cleaners
or any abrasive cleaning products on the hotplate.
Clean spillovers before using the cooktop again.
For light cleaning, wipe with a soft cloth, warm
water and dishwashing liquid. For a streak free -
nish, polish dry with an microfi bre cloth. For more
stubborn marks and to condition the surface, use
a good quality cooktop cleaner/conditioner, fol-
lowing the manufacturer’s instructions. For spilla-
ges with high sugar content such as jam, or the
accidental melting of plastic or alloy materials,
turn off the heating zone and remove the spillage
immediately.
Use caution because the heating area maybe
very hot.
Cleaning the oven cavity
Always allow the oven interior to cool before
cleaning.
Do not allow vinegar, wine, coff ee, milk, salt wa-
ter or fruit juices to remain in contact with ena-
melled surfaces for prolonged periods as they
may stain or discolour the surface.
Never use sharp utensils to remove stains as
this could scratch the surface.
Never use steam cleaners on the oven interiors
as steam may damage electronic parts.
For light cleaning, wipe with a soft cloth, using
warm water and washing up liquid. For hea-
vier residues, use a cream cleaner and a nylon
scourer.
Oven cleaning products can be used according
to the manufacturer’s directions but care should
be taken that they do not come in contact with
any stainless steel, chrome, painted or alloy
parts of the range or the door seals and ele-
ments.
Cleaning oven racks and supports
Clean with detergent and hot water. Stubborn
spots can be scoured with a soap-fi lled steel wool
pad.
KEEPING YOUR BERTAZZONI CLEAN
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SIMPLE MAINTENANCE
These simple tasks can be performed by the
owner. For any other maintainance task, we re-
commend employing a trained service technician.
Please call our toll free line to identify service te-
chnicians in your area:
ENGLISH 866 905 0010
if located in the US, BC, B, Sk and MB
FRANCAIS 800 561 7265
if located in ON, QC, PE, NU, NS, NL, NB
REPLACING OVEN LIGHTS
Warning! Electric shock hazard!
Disconnect the electric power at the main fuse
or circuit breaker before replacing bulb. DO NOT
touch bulb with bare hands. Clean off any signs of
oil from the bulb and handle with a soft cloth.
Side oven light
Bulb type: halogen G9 120 V, 40 W
Make sure the heating elements are turned off
and allowed to cool completely. Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply. Remove the
oven rack if it interferes with the light housing.
Slide the tip of a at screw driver between the
glass cover and the lamp housing. Gently twist
the screw driver tip to loosen the glass lens co-
ver, holding it in place with your ngers to pre-
vent it from falling and breaking.
Remove the glass lens cover and then remove
the halogen bulb.
Place a new halogen bulb in its slot. DO NOT
touch bulb with bare hands.
Press the glass cover back into place and re-
place the oven rack.
Reconnect the oven to the electrical supply.
Top oven light
Bulb type: halogen G9 120 V, 40 W
Make sure the heating elements are turned off
and allowed to cool completely. Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
Unscrew the glass cover and remove the halo-
gen bulb.
Place a new halogen bulb in its slot. DO NOT
touch bulb with bare hands
Screw the glass cover back in place.
Reconnect the oven to the electrical supply.
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CLEANING INSIDE GLASS DOOR
The inner glass door panels can be easily remo-
ved for cleaning. It is not necessary to remove the
door in order to clean the glass panes. The glass
can be cleaned in situ or removed.
Open the oven door to its fully extended posi-
tion.
Flip down hinge clip on each hinge to secure
the door in an open position. A screwdriver may
be necessary to carefully pry the clip back
Slide the clips towards the centre of the door.
Holding the glass pane, lift slightly and pull
towards the oven to release the glass panel.
Note: when glass is being removed, which
side faces into the oven. Incorrect replace-
ment may cause the glass to shatter or be
damaged.
Warning!
If the hinges are not locked properly and the
inner glass is removed, the door can close by
itself causing personal injuries.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Here are answer to common problems you
may experience. You are also welcome to call
our toll free Customer Service line to trouble-
shoot any issue with your Bertazzoni:
ENGLISH 866 905 0010
if located in the US, BC, B, Sk and MB
FRANCAIS 800 561 7265
if located in ON, QC, PE, NU, NS, NL, NB
The oven will not operate
Is there power to the range? Check the switch
fuse or circuit breaker.
The control knob are getting too hot
Are you cooking with the oven door open?
Keep the oven door shut when not in use or when
grilling/broiling.
A control knob is loose on its shaft
The knob retaining spring clip may have been
damaged. Call our service department for advice
and a replacement if necessary.
Food is cooking too quickly
Are you using a convection mode?
When using a fan-assisted oven cooking mode,
it is recommended to reduce the cooking tempe-
rature by 70°F (20°C) compared to conventional
cooking.
Food is not cooking evenly
Are you cooking large amount of food or are you
using large bakeware?
Air needs to circulate through the oven for even
cooking. Remove the grill pan from the oven when
not in use and always allow a gap on all four sides
of dishes. You may need to turn your bakeware
during the cooking cycle. Oversized baking she-
ets, roasting pans and cakeware will act as a baf-
e and prevent hot air from moving evenly around
the cavity. Choose cooking equipment that allows
a minimum of 1 inch ( 2,5 cm) space on all sides to
allow the free movement of heat inside the cavity.
Grilling in the oven is slow
Have you selected the correct function?
Condensation forms in the oven
Have you pre-heated the oven?
Condensation is less likely to form when the oven
or grill is pre-heated before use.
Smoke is generated in the oven
Have you selected the right cooking temperature?
Are you cooking food with high fat? Do you rarely
use the grill? Have you cooked fat under the grill?
Does the oven interior need to be cleaned?
Remember to reduce the oven temperature by
70°F (20°C) if using a fan function with a recipe
designed for conventional cooking. Use high-si-
ded dishes to contain fats and splashes. Leave
the grill on for a few minutes after grilling or roa-
sting to burn off fat deposits from the oven roof.
Oven surfaces should be cleaned regularly to pre-
vent build-up of cooking residues.
Please kindly register on our web site
www.bertazzoni.com to validate your new product
warranty and help us to assist you better in case
of any inconvenience.
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