Brandt CE2640W Microwave Oven User Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Brandt CE2640W Microwave Oven User Manual PDF

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2/INSTALLATION DE VOTRE APPAREIL Avant le branchement ... 7 Le raccordement electrique ... 7 Ustensiles ... 8 Description de votre appareil ... 9

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avec votre appareil... Si lappareil devait tre vendu ou cd une autre personne, assurez-vous que la notice dutilisation lac- compagne... Merci de prendre connaissance de ces conseils avant dinstaller et dutiliser votre appareil... Ils ont t rdigs pour votre scurit et celle dautrui...

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Labsence dentretien du four peut entraner la dtrioration de la surface et peut altrer irrversiblement la dure de vie de lappareil et provoquer des situations dangereuses...

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Votre appareil contient galement de nom- breux matriaux recyclables... Il est donc marqu de ce logo afin de vous indiquer que les appareils usags ne doivent pas tre mlangs avec d'autres dchets... Le recyclage des appareils qu'organise votre fabricant sera ainsi ralis dans les meilleures conditions, conformment la directive europenne 2002/96/CE sur les dchets d'quipements lectriques et lec- troniques... Adressez vous votre mairie ou votre revendeur pour connatre les points de collecte des appareils usags les plus proches de votre domicile... Nous vous remercions pour votre collaboration la protection de l'environnement...

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Lappareil doit tre branch avec un cble dalimentation (normalis) 3 conducteurs de 1,5 mm2 (1 ph + 1N + terre) qui doivent tre raccords sur le rseau 220-240 V ~ monophas par lintermdiaire dune prise de courant 1 ph + 1N + terre normalise CEI 60083 ou conformment aux rgles dinstal- lation... Le fil de protection (vert-jaune) est reli la borne de lappareil et doit tre reli la terre de linstallation...

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Plastique Uniquement le plastique allant au micro-ondes... Respectez les consignes du fabricant... Le plastique doit comporter la mention Utilisable au Micro-ondes ... Certains rcipients en plastique fondent lorsque les aliments quils contiennent sont chauds... Les sachets cuisson et les sacs en plastique hermtiquement ferms doivent tre fendus, percs ou ouverts, comme indiqu sur lemballage...

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DESCRIPTION DE VOTRE APPAREIL Noms des pices et accessoires de votre four Sortez le four et tous les accessoires de leur carton et de lintrieur du four... Votre four saccompagne des accessoires suivants : Plateau en verre 1 Plateau tournant 1 Manuel dutilisation 1

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2... Raccordement lectrique Votre installation doit tre quipe d'une protection thermique de 16 Ampres... Utilisez imprativement une prise de courant comportant une borne de mise la terre et raccorde conformment aux normes de scurit en vigueur... Prvoyez dans votre installation lectrique un dispositif accessible par l'utilisateur qui doit tre en mesure de sparer l'appareil du secteur et dont l'ouverture de contact est d'au moins 3 mm au niveau de tous les ples... Si le cble d'alimentation est endommag, il doit tre remplac par le fabricant, son service aprs-vente, ou une personne de qualification similaire afin d'viter un danger...

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Appuyez sur la touche DEPART pendant 5 secondes... Laffichage cristaux liquides affiche 0:00 ou lheure actuelle... Les chiffres des heures clignotent...

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Appuyez sur la touche MICRO/GRIL plusieurs fois jus- qu ce que G-1 , G-2 ou G-3 saffiche... G-1 Tournez le slecteur pour rgler la dure de cuisson... (La dure de cuisson maximum est de 95 minutes... ) Exemple : 8 minutes 30

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Cuisson chaleur tournante (avec prchauffage) La cuisson chaleur tournante vous permet de cuire vos aliments comme dans un four traditionnel... La fonction micro-ondes nest pas utilise... Il est conseill de prchauffer le four bonne temprature avant dintroduire les aliments dans le four... Lorsque le four atteint la temprature requise, il conservera cette temprature jusqu ce que vous appuyiez sur le bouton darrt...

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Appuyez sur la touche CHALEUR TOURNANTE une fois, le four affichera C-1 ... Appuyez deux fois pour afficher C-2 et trois fois pour afficher C-3 ...

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En mode pause, appuyez sur la touche MEMOIRES deux fois, lcran affiche 2 ... 2 Appuyez une fois sur la touche MICRO/GRIL, P900 saffiche... P900 Continuez appuyer sur la touche MICRO/GRIL jusqu ce que P700 saffiche... P700 Tournez le slecteur pour slectionner 3 minutes et 20 secondes... 3:20 saffiche... 3:20

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En mode pause, appuyez sur la touche DEPART pour lancer la cuisson avec 100 % de puissance micro-ondes pendant 30 secondes... Chaque pression supplmentaire augmentera le temps de cuisson de 30 secondes jusqu 95 minutes au maximum...

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Appuyez sur la touche DEPART pour dmarrer le pr- chauffage... Lorsque la temprature est atteinte un bip est mis...

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TABLEAU DES MENUS POUR LES PROGRAMMES AUTOMATIQUES

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Dverrouillage : En mode verrouillage, appuyez sur touche STOP/ANNULATION pendant 3 secondes, vous entendrez un long bip indiquant que le four est dverrouill... Le tmoin de verrouillage s'teindra...

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Il est recommand de nettoyer le four rgu- lirement et denlever tout dpt alimentaire lintrieur et lextrieur de lappareil... Utilisez une ponge humide et savonneuse... Si lappareil nest pas maintenu dans un tat de propret, sa surface pourrait se dgrader et affecter de faon inexorable sa dure de vie et conduire une situation dangereuse... Si la porte ou le joint de porte sont endommags, le four ne doit pas tre utilis avant davoir t remis en tat par une personne comptente...

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Bien nettoyer lappareil : retirez graisses, particules de cuisson ... Eloignez tout lment mtallique des parois du four... Ne jamais utiliser dlments mtalliques avec la grille...

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Les ventuelles interventions sur votre appareil doivent tre effectues par un pro- fessionnel qualifi dpositaire de la marque... Lors de votre appel, mentionnez la rf- rence Service de votre appareil ainsi que le numro de srie Nr ... Ces renseigne- ments figurent sur la plaque signaltique colle l'arrire de l'appareil...

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Of course, in an ongoing effort to satisfy your demands with regard to our products as best as possible, our after-sales service department is at your disposal and ready to listen in order to respond to all of your questions and suggestions (contact information at the end of this booklet)...

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2/INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE Before hook-up ... 29 Electrical connection ... 29 Utensils ... 30 Description of your appliance ... 31

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appliance... If the appliance is ever sold or transferred to another person, ensure that the new owner receives the user guide... Please become familiar with these recom- mendations before installing and using your appliance... They were written for your safety and the safety of others...

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Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condi- tion could lead to deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect the life of the appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation...

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Your appliance also contains various recy- clable materials... Thus it is stamped with this logo to indicate to you that used appliances should be mixed with other waste... The recycling of appliances organised by your manufacturer will take place under the best conditions, in compliance with European directive 2002/96/CE concerning electrical and electronic equipment waste... Consult your city hall or your retailer to find the drop-off points for used appliances that is nearest to your home... We thank you for your help in protecting the environment...

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The oven must be connected with a power cable (standardized) with three 1... 5 mm2 conductors (1 ph + 1 N + ground) that must be connected to a monophase 220-240 V network via a CEI 60083 standardised recep- tacle (1 ph + 1 N + ground lead) or in accor- dance with installation rules... The safety wire (green-yellow) is connected to the appliances terminal and must be connected to the ground lead of the electrical set-up...

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UTENSILS See the instructions on Materials you can use in microwave oven or to be avoided in microwave oven... There may be certain non-metallic utensils that are not safe to use for microwaving... If in doubt, you can test the utensil in question following the procedure below...

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DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE Names of Oven Parts and Accessories Remove the oven and all materials from the carton and oven cavity... Your oven comes with the following accessories: Glass tray 1 Turntable ring assembly 1 Instruction Manual 1

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2... Electrical connection Your installation must be protected by a 16 Amp thermal fuse... It is mandatory to use a power point with a ground terminal, connected in accordance with current safety regulations... In your electrical installation, provide a device that is accessible to the installer, capable of separating the appliance from the mains power and whose contact opening is at least 3 mm at all of the poles... If the sypply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoir a hazard...

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Example: If you want to use 700W power to cook for 20 minutes, you can operate the oven as the following steps...

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Press the MICRO/GRIL key several times until G-1,G- 2 or G-3 displays... G-1 Turn the function selector to adjust the cooking time... (The maximum cooking time is 95 minutes... ) Example : 8 minutes 30

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Convection Cooking (With preheating funtion) The convection cooking can let you to cook the food as a traditional oven... Microwave is not used... It is recommended that you should preheat the oven to the appropriate temperature before placing the food in the oven... When the oven reaches the required temperture, it will maintain at the requested temperature until you press the stop button...

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Turn the function selector to select the convection tem- perature... Choose the convection temperature by keeping turning it...

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Make the cooking programme of your choice... P900 Confirm the programme by pressing the MEMOIRES button... A bip will confirm the setting and the time is set... 8:59

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In waiting state, press DEPART key to start cooking with 100% microwave power for 30 seconds, each added press will increase 30 seconds cooking time up to 95 minutes...

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Press the DEPART key to start the pre heating... A double beep will sound to confirm when the right temperature is reached...

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Buzzer will sound five times when cooking finished... During cooking, if the door is opened and after closing the door, DEPART key must be pressed to cintinued cooking... Once the cooking program has been set, DEPART key is not pressed in five minute, the setting will be cancelled...

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It is recommended that you regularly clean your oven and remove any food build-up on the inside and outside of the appliance... Use a damp, soapy sponge... If the appliance is not cleaned regularly, its surface could become damaged, permanently affecting the appliances lifespan and possibly cau- sing a safety hazard... If the door or door hinge are damaged, the oven should not be used until it has been repaired by an authorised person...

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Thoroughly clean the appliance: remove grease, cooking particles, etc... Remove any metal items from the walls of the oven... Never use metal items with the grid...

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Any repairs that are made to your appliance must be handled by a qualified professional authorised to work on the brand... When you call, mention your appliances Service reference, as well as its serial number Nr... This information appears on the manufac- turers nameplate which can be found stuck behind the oven...

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