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Introduces and details many of the various accessories, appliance parts, control panel, and display.

Accessories (depending on the model)

The rack (fig.1) :

This allows you to toast, brown or grill. The rack should never be used with other metal cookware on the microwave, grill + microwave or forced air + microwave modes.

However, you can reheat food in an aluminium tray providing this is isolated from the rack using a plate.



Fig. 1
The glass tray (fig.2):

This can be used half-filled with water for double-boiler cooking methods on the forced air mode. It can be used as a cooking dish.

The glass tray (fig.2):This can be used half-filled with water for double-boiler cooking methods on the forced air mode. It can be used as a cooking dish. Take care to place the tray in the centre of the side racks to avoid affecting air circulation.



Fig. 2
Rack + glass drip tray:

To roast and retain the cooking juices, place the rack on the glass tray (fig.3).



Fig. 3
Side racks (fig.4):

2 hanging supports allow you to use the rack at three heights.


Fig. 4

Three insertion heights are available for different types of cooking and food (fig.5).

On the Grill or Grill + Microwave modes, use the accessories (rack or drip tray) at insertion level 1 for thick foods such as roasts and at insertion level 3 for thinner foods such as chops or sausages.

On the Forced Air or Microwave + Forced Air modes, insert the rack at level 1 or 2 depending on the dish.



Fig. 5

The appliance


A. Control panel C. Turntable
B. Cavity D. Door handle
The turntable:

(Fig.6) allows foods to be evenly cooked throughout without the need for handling. It rotates in either direction. If it does not rotate, ensure that all the components are properly positioned. Do not attempt to rotate it manually, as this might damage the drive mechanism. It can be used as a cooking dish. To remove it, pick it up using the access areas provided in the cavity.



Fig. 6
The drive:

(Fig.7) rotates the glass turntable

The guide wheels:

(Fig.8) The wheels must be correctly orientated.
In the event of problems with rotation, ensure that there are no foreign bodies under the wheels.

Fig. 7

Fig. 8

Control panel



Fig. 9

A. The Start/Stop button lets you start a programme, and suspend or stop a programme during running. E. The “Plus” and “Minus” buttons let you choose the programme type, increase or decrease the time and cooking time and also the power and temperature.
B. The Cooking Guide button lets you choose the food category for the automatic function. F. The Clock button lets you adjust the time and the cooking time.
C. The Turntable Stop button lets you stop the rotation of the revolving tray, so that you can use dishes which take up the whole of the oven space. G. The Start/Pause button lets you start or pause cooking and lock the control panel.
D. The Temperature button lets you adjust the power and the temperature.  

The display

The display guides you through programming the various settings: Time, programme time, microwave power (Watts), weight of food (grams), stopping the turntable, cooking guide.


A. Child safety G. Grill
B. Cooking guide H. Heat circulation
C. Cooking functions I. Turntable
D. Time J. Programme time
E. Temperature / power / Weight of food K. End of cooking indicator
F. Microwave L. Cooking time indicator
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