Four micro-ondes Mikrovlnná trouba Microwave Oven Forno micro-ondas · 2018. 4. 19. · Four...

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    Four micro-ondesMikrovlnná trouba

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  • Dear Customer,

    You have just acquired a BRANDT product and we would like to thank you.

    We have designed and made this product with you, your lifestyle and your requirementsin mind so that it meets your expectations. We have devoted our know-how, ourinnovative spirit and the passion that has been guiding us for over 60 years.

    In an effort to ensure that our products meet your requirements in the best possibleway, our Customer Relations department is at your disposal, to answer all yourquestions and to listen to all your suggestions.

    Visit our website where you will find our latest innovations, as wellas useful and complementary information.

    BRANDT is delighted to assist you every day and hopes you get the most out of yourpurchase.

    Important: Before using your appliance, please read this user guidecarefully to familiarise yourself more quickly with its operation.

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    Important: Before starting your

    appliance, please read thisinstallation guide carefully tofamiliarise yourself quickly with itsoperation. Keep this user guidewith your appliance. If you sell orgive the appliance to anyone else,make sure that you also give themthis manual. Please take heed of this advicewhen installing and using yourappliance. These instructions areintended to protect your safetyand the safety of others.

    — This appliance is designed to beused for domestic and similarapplications such as:kitchen areas for the staff ofshops, offices and otherprofessional premises; farms; useby customers in hotels, motels andother residential environments;guest house type environments.— This appliance may be used bychildren aged 8 years and over,and by persons with limitedphysical, sensorial or mentalcapacities, or with no experienceor knowledge, if they aresupervised or given instructions onthe safe use of the appliance and

    if they have understood the risksinvolved. Children must not beallowed to play with the appliance.Cleaning and maintenance mustnot be carried out by childrenunsupervised.— Children must be supervised toensure that they do not play withthe appliance.

    WARNING:The appliance and its accessibleparts become hot during use. Becareful that you do not touch theheated parts. Children under 8years old must be kept away fromthe hob unless they are supervisedat all times.It is dangerous for anyone otherthan a qualified person to performmaintenance or repair thatrequires the removal of the coverproviding protection againstexposure to microwave power.Liquids and other foods must notbe heated in sealed containers, asthey may explode.If the appliance is being used incombination mode, it isrecommended that children onlyuse the oven under adultsupervision due to thetemperatures involved.

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS TO BE READ CAREFULLYAND KEPT FOR FUTURE USE.This guide can be downloaded from the brand web site.

    Safety instructions

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    — Only use utensils suitable forusage in microwave ovens.— When heating food items inplastic or paper containers,monitor the microwave’s contentsdue to the risk of combustion.— If smoke appears, stop orunplug the oven and leave thedoor closed to stifle any flamespresent.— Heating beverages in themicrowave oven can cause thesudden and/or delayed splatteringof boiling liquid, so care must betaken when handling theircontainers.— The contents of baby bottlesand baby food jars must be stirredor rearranged and thetemperature must be checkedbefore consumption, so as toprevent burns.— It is not recommended to heateggs in their shells or whole hard-boiled eggs in a microwave oven,as they may explode, even aftercooking has ended.— This appliance is designed tocook with the door closed.— The microwave oven isdesigned to heat food and drinks.Drying food or linen or heatingcushions, slippers, sponges, wetlinen and other similar items maycause injury, risk of inflammationor fire.

    WARNING: If the door or door hinge are

    damaged, the oven should not beused until it has been repaired byan authorised person.

    — It is recommended to clean theoven regularly and to remove anyfood deposits.— If the appliance is not cleanedregularly, its surface could becomedamaged, permanently affectingthe appliance’s lifespan andpossibly causing a safety hazard.— Do not use steam cleaningappliances.— Do not use abrasive cleaningproducts or hard metal scrapersfor cleaning the oven’s glass door,which could scuff the surface andcause the glass to shatter.The electrical plug must beaccessible when the hob isinstalled.The appliance must be able to bedisconnected from the powersupply either by means of a plug,if the appliance has one, or byincluding a switch in the ducts incompliance with the installationregulations.If the power supply cable isdamaged, it must be replaced witha cable or a special unit availablefrom the manufacturer or his AfterSales Service.

    Safety instructions

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    Centre the oven in the cabinet toensure a minimum distance of10mm with adjacent cabinets. Thematerial or coating of the cabinetmust be heat-resistant. Forgreater stability, attach the oven inthe cabinet with two screwsthrough the holes provided for thispurpose.This appliance must be installedmore than 850 mm from the floor.This appliance may be installedunder a worktop as shown in theinstallation diagram.

    Safety instructions

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    Turntable The turntable ensures equal cooking of foodthroughout with no need to intervene.It rotates in both directions. If it does not turn, verifythat all components are properly positioned.It may be used as a cooking dish. For easy removal,wells are provided on either side. Rotation is controlled by the drive shaft and thewheel support.If you take out the support with the drive spindle,make sure you do not let water get into the motorspindle orifice.Remember to put back the support, the supportwheels and the glass turntable.Do not try to rotate the glass turntable manually, asyou could damage the drive system. If it does notturn smoothly, make sure that there is nothing in thewell beneath the turntable.When the turntable is in the stop position, largedishes can be used which cover the entire surface ofthe oven. In this case, it is necessary to turn thecontainer or to mix its content half-way through theprogramme.

    be unplugged from the electrical grid; fuses must beswitched off or removed.

    Warning: The safety wire (green-yellow) is connectedto the appliance’s terminal and must beconnected to the installation’s earth.If the oven malfunctions in any way, unplug

    the appliance or remove the fusecorresponding to the sector where the oven ishooked up.

    Warning:We cannot accept liability for any accident orincident resulting from non-existent,defective or incorrect grounding.


    Caution:Installation should only be performed byinstallers and qualified technicians.

    The appliance must be recess-fitted correctly toensure electrical safety. The electrical connectionsare made before the appliance is installed in itshousing.Ensure that:- the electrical installation has sufficient voltage (10Amps),If the electrical installation in your residence requiresany changes in order to hook up your appliance, callupon a professional electrician.During maintenance operations, the appliance must



    When you receive the appliance, unpack it or have itunpacked immediately. Check its generalappearance. Make a note of any reservations on thedelivery slip and keep a copy. Remove all theprotection elements. Check and respect theappliance’s characteristics that appear on thenameplate.


    This appliance must be installed under a worktop asshown in the installation diagram. Do not use your appliance immediately (waitapproximately 1 to 2 hours) after moving it from acold location to a hot location, as the condensationmay cause a malfunction.Centre the oven in the unit so as to ensure aminimum distance of 10 mm between the applianceand the surrounding unit. The material of the unitsupporting the appliance must be heat resistant (orcovered with a heat-resistant material). For greater stability, attach the oven in the cabinetwith two screws through the holes provided for thispurpose.

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    Rotary selector (+ or -):To programme the length and the time.

    The microwave key:Sets the desired microwave power (250W-350W-500W-700W-900W).

    Defrost key:To access the defrosting function (150W).

    The clock key:Sets the time on the clock.

    - - Memory Keys:To memorise and remember cooking programmes.

    Stop key:To pause or cancel a programme in progress (pressonce to PAUSE, twice to CANCEL).

    The turntable stop key:To stop the turntable and start it again.

    Start key:Starts any programme.

    Oven door open key.


    : Stopping the turntable.

    : Defrosting.

    : Clock.

    : Memory 1.

    : Memory 2.

    : Memory 3.

    : Cooking.

    : Displays the unit of power (in watts).

    : Displays the cooking time, power or clock.

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    Setting the clock3 4.1 MICROWAVE FAST COOKINGSelect at cooking time by turning the selector.The maximum 900W power (high power) is directlyprogrammed. The cooking symbol appears in thedisplay.- Press the start key to start cooking.

    When the appliance stops, three beeps indicate theend of the programme and continue until you openthe door opens or press one of the keys.If the dish is too large to turn correctly inside theoven, press the stop turntable key to deactivate theturntable before or during the programme.If there is an error in the programming, press thestop key twice to stop cooking.


    Choose your function (cooking power):- Press successively on the microwave key until youget the one you want (e.g.: press twice = 700 Wreheating).

    - Turn the selector (e.g.: 2 minutes) to programme

    the cooking time.

    - Press the start key to start cooking.

    Five cooking functions are available:

    HIGH POWER at 900WTo cook vegetables and soup. To heat up all liquids.

    REHEATING at 700WTo reheat all liquid or solid foods, as well as chilledor frozen ready meals.

    SIMMERING at 500WTo cook fish and poultry.To finish programmes begun with the HIGH COOKpower setting such as beans, lentils or milk-baseddishes.

    LOW POWER at 350WTo finish programmes begun with the HIGH COOKpower setting which might otherwise overcook onthe outside, for instance veal or pork roast.


    The microwaves used for cooking areelectromagnetic waves. They are commonly foundin our environment in the form of radio waves,light and infrared rays.Their frequency is in the 2450 MHz range.Their behaviour:

    · They are reflected by metals.· They travel through all other materials.· They are absorbed by water, fat and sugar

    molecules.When food is exposed to microwaves its moleculesbegin moving rapidly, causing it to heat up.The penetration depth of waves into the food isapproximately 2.5 cm; if the food is thicker, thecentre of the food will be cooked by conduction, asin conventional cooking.Note that microwaves cause a simple thermalphenomenon within food and are not harmful tohealth.

    3.1 SETTING

    When switching on or after a power cut, the displayflashes 00:00.- Set the clock by turning the selector.- Confirm by pressing the clock key.If you do not confirm, it will be saved automaticallyafter a few seconds.

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    -Press the clock key. The time flashes. Follow the instructions for setting.Your microwave oven is now plugged in and theclock is set.

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    5 Specific functionsVERY LOW POWER at 250WTo top off cooking of delicate dishes or to cook veryslowly.


    You can link two programmes with the functions: Microwaves and Defrosting.

    e.g.: Link a 10-minute defrosting programmefollowed by a 5-minute fast microwave cookingprogramme.

    First, programme the defrosting programme bypressing once on the defrost key. The relevantsymbol is shown.Set the defrosting time to 10 minutes by turning theselector, then programme the high power bypressing several times on the microwave key untilthe relevant symbol is shown.Then turn the selector to the total programmingtime, i.e. 15 minutes (the high power minutes areadded to the first defrosting minutes to display thetotal time).Press the start key to start linked cooking.

    4.3 DEFROSTING AT 150W

    This function is used to defrost all foods, finish offdelicate cooking programmes or to cook very slowly.- Press the defrost key.- Then programme the defrosting time by turningthe selector. - Press the start key to start defrosting.

    MEMORY KEYS Memory keys 1 - 2 - 3 The memory functions allow you to store threefrequently used programmes which you can thenaccess simply by pressing the memory keys.You may memorize any programme you wish.


    If the dish is too large can cannot turn inside theoven, press the stop turntable key before or duringthe programme.The relevant symbol is shown in the display. Yourtable stops turning.To activate the turntable function again, press thestop turntable key.


    - Press the memory key 1, 2 or 3; example the pre-programmed information is displayed.- Press the start key to start the programme.


    Programme as for an immediate start:- Press the microwave key to choose, for example,FAST COOKING (900W).- Programme the time, e.g. 2 minutes with theselector. - Instead of pressing the start key, press one of thememory keys, for example:A beep sounds to confirm that your customprogramme has been saved.

    You may memorise two more programmes bypressing the memory keys 2 and 3.To cancel a programme, re-programme over amemory which is already used, the earlier one willbe deleted.

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    Anomalies & solutions7You may resolve certain little problems yourself:- The appliance is noisy. The turntable doesnot rotate properly.Clean the wheels and the rolling area under theturntable.Ensure that the wheels are properly positioned.

    - You see steam on the window. Wipe away thecondensation with a cloth.

    - There are sparks coming from the appliance.Clean the appliance properly: get rid of grease,cooking particles, etc. Remove any metal items fromthe walls of the oven.


    The use of abrasive products, alcohol or thinners isnot recommended as they are likely to damage theappliance.Use a damp sponge and a little soap.If the oven smells bad or is dirty, boil a cup of waterwith lemon juice or vinegar for 2 minutes in yourmicrowave and then clean the walls with a smallamount of washing up liquid.The turntable can be removed for easy cleaning. Toremove it, pick it up using the access zones providedfor this purpose. If you take out the support with thedrive spindle, make sure you do not let water getinto the motor spindle orifice.Remember to put back the support, the supportwheels and the turntable.


    During the programme:- To modify the choice of function or food, presstwice on the stop key and re-start programming.- If you open the door before the end of theprogramme, shut the door and press the start keyto continue the programme.- In the Defrost function, turn the food overhalf-way through cooking for a better result. Closethe door and press the start key to restart theoven.- If you remove a dish before the end of theprogramme, press the stop key twice to erase theprogramme.

    6 Cleaning


    The packaging of this appliance can be recycled.Help to recycle them and protect the environmentby placing them in the municipal containersprovided for this purpose Your appliance also contains many recyclablematerials. It therefore is marked with this symbol toindicate that old appliances must not be mixed with

    other waste.The appliance recycling organised byyour manufacturer will therefore beconducted in optimum conditions, inaccordance with European directive

    2002/96/EC on electrical and electronic equipmentwaste. Contact your town hall or retailer for the usedappliance collection points closest to your home.Thank you for helping to protect the environment.

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    ORIGINAL PARTSDuring maintenance work, request thatonly certified genuine replacement partsare used.