We thank you for choosing one of our products. For the best results with your oven, you should
read this manual carefully and retain it for future reference. Before installing the oven, take note
of the serial number so that you can give it to customer service staff if any repairs are required.
Having removed the oven from its packaging, check that it has not been damaged during
transportation. If you have doubts, do not use the oven and refer to a qualified technician for
advice. Keep all of the packaging material (plastic bags, polystyrene, nails) out of the reach of
children. When the oven is switched on for the first time, strong smelling smoke can develop,
which is caused by the glue on the insulation panels surrounding the oven heating for the first
time. This is absolutely normal and, if it occurs, you should wait for the smoke to dissipate before
putting food in the oven. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility in cases where the
instructions contained in this document are not observed.
NOTE: the oven functions, properties and accessories cited in this manual will vary, depending
on the model you have purchased.
1. General Instructions
1.1 Safety Indications
Only use the oven for its intended purpose, that is only for the
cooking of foods; any other use, for example as a heat source, is
considered improper and therefore dangerous. The manufacturer
cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from
improper, incorrect or unreasonable usage.
The use of any electrical appliance implies the observance of
some fundamental rules:
- do not pull on the power cable to disconnect the plug from the
- do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands or feet;
- in general the use of adaptors, multiple sockets and extension
cables is not recommended;
- in case of malfunction and/or poor operation, switch off the
appliance and do not tamper with it.
1.2 Electrical Safety
ENSURE THAT AN ELECTRICIAN OR QUALIFIED
TECHNICIAN MAKES THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. The
power supply to which the oven is connected must conform with
the laws in force in the country of installation. The manufacturer
accepts no responsibility for any damage caused by the failure to
observe these instructions. The oven must be connected to an
electrical supply with an earthed wall outlet or a disconnector with
multiple poles, depending on the laws in force in the country of
installation. The electrical supply should be protected with suitable
fuses and the cables used must have a transverse section that
can ensure correct supply to the oven.
The oven is supplied with a power cable that should only be
connected to an electrical supply with 220-240 Vac power
between the phases or between the phase and neutral. Before the
oven is connected to the electrical supply, it is important to check:
- power voltage indicated on the gauge;
- the setting of the disconnector.
The grounding wire connected to the oven's earth terminal must
be connected to the earth terminal of the power supply.
Before connecting the oven to the power supply, ask a qualified
electrician to check the continuity of the power supply's earth
terminal. The manufacturer accepts no responsibility for any
accidents or other problems caused by failure to connect the oven
to the earth terminal or by an earth connection that has defective
NOTE: as the oven could require maintenance work, it is
advisable to keep another wall socket available so that the oven
can be connected to this if it is removed from the space in which it
is installed. The power cable must only be substituted by technical
service staff or by technicians with equivalent qualifications.
After each use of the oven, a minimum of cleaning will help keep
the oven perfectly clean.
Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil or single-use
protection available from stores. Aluminium foil or any other
protection, in direct contact with the hot enamel, risks melting and
deteriorating the enamel of the insides. In order to prevent
excessive dirtying of your oven and the resulting strong smokey
smells, we recommend not using the oven at very high
temperature. It is better to extend the cooking time and lower the
temperature a little. In addition to the accessories supplied with
the oven, we advise you only use dishes and baking moulds
resistant to very high temperatures.
The manufacturers have no obligation to carry this out. If the
assistance of the manufacturer is required to rectify faults arising
from incorrect installation, this assistance is not covered by the
guarantee. The installation instructions for professionally qualified
personnel must be followed. Incorrect installation may cause
harm or injury to people, animals or belongings. The manufacturer
cannot be held responsible for such harm or injury.
The oven can be located high in a column or under a worktop.
Before fixing, you must ensure good ventilation in the oven space
to allow proper circulation of the fresh air required for cooling and
protecting the internal parts. Make the openings specified on last
page according to the type of fitting.
1.5 Waste management and environmental
This appliance is labelled in accordance with
European Directive 2012/19/EU regarding electric and
electronic appliances (WEEE). The WEEE contain
both polluting substances (that can have a negative
effect on the environment) and base elements (that
can be reused). It is important that the WEEE undergo
specific treatments to correctly remove and dispose of the
pollutants and recover all the materials. Individuals can play an
important role in ensuring that the WEEE do not become an
environmental problem; it is essential to follow a few basic rules:
- the WEEE should not be treated as domestic waste;
- the WEEE should be taken to dedicated collection areas
managed by the town council or a registered company.
In many countries, domestic collections may be available for large
WEEEs. When you buy a new appliance, the old one can be
returned to the vendor who must accept it free of charge as a one-
off, as long as the appliance is of an equivalent type and has the
same functions as the purchased appliance.
SAVING AND RESPECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
Where possible, avoid pre-heating the oven and always try to fill it.
Open the oven door as infrequently as possible, because heat
from the cavity disperses every time it is opened. For a significant
energy saving, switch off the oven between 5 and 10 minutes
before the planned end of the cooking time, and use the residual
heat that the oven continues to generate. Keep the seals clean
and in order, to avoid any heat dispersal outside of the cavity. If
you have an electric contract with an hourly tariff, the "delayed
cooking" programme makes energy saving more simple, moving
the cooking process to start at the reduced tariff time slot.
1.6 Declaration of compliance
By placing the mark on the appliance, we are confirming
compliance to all relevant European safety, health and
environmental requirements which are applicable in legislation for