SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual

SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual & troubleshooting

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PRESENTATION AND SIZE OF PRODUCTSHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 3

SAFETY WARNINGS

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY BEFORE USING YOUR APPLIANCE, AND KEEP THEM IN A CONVENIENT PLA-CE FOR REFERENCE WHEN NECESSARY.
THIS MANUAL IS PREPARED FOR MORE THAN ONE MODEL. YOUR APPLIANCE MAY NOT HAVE SOME OF THE FEATURES THAT ARE EXPLAINED IN THIS MANUAL. WHILE YOU ARE READING THE OPERATING MANUAL, PAY A SPECIAL: ATTENTION TO THE EXPRESSIONS THAT HAVE IMAGES.

General Safety Warnings

This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be done by children without supervision.

  •  WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching the heating elements. Children under the age of 8 should stand away from the appli-ance unless continuously supervised.
  •  WARNING: Fire hazard: do not store items on cooking surfaces.
  •  WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch the appliance off to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
  •  The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
  •  The appliance becomes hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven.
  •  During use, handles held for short periods in normal use can become hot.
  •  Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass and other surfaces since they can scratch the surface, which can cause the glass to shatter or cause damage to the surface.
  •  Do not use steam cleaners to clean the appliance.
  •  WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock. switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
  • CAUTION: Accessible parts may become hot when cooking or grilling. Young children should be kept away from the appli-ance.
  •  Your appliance is produced in accordance with all applicable local and international standards and regulations.
  •  Maintenance and repair work must be carried out only by authorized service technicians. Installation and repair work that is carried out by unauthorized technicians may endanger you. Altering or modifying the specifications of the appliance in any way is hazardous.
  •  Prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (nature of the gas and gas pressure or electricity voltage and frequency) and the requirements of the appliance are compatible. The requirements for this appliance are stated on the label.
  •  CAUTION: This appliance is designed only for cooking food and is intended for indoor domestic household use only and should not be used for any other purpose or in any other application, such as for non-domestic use or in a commercial environment or room heating.
  •  Do not try to lift or move the appli-ance by pulling on the door handle.
  •  All possible security measures have been taken to ensure your safety. Since the glass may break, you should be careful while cleaning it to avoid scratching. Avoid hitting or knocking on the glass with accessories.
  • Ensure that the supply cord is not wedged during the installation. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent, or similarly qualified persons in order to prevent a hazard.
  • While the oven door is open, do not let children climb on the door or sit on it.

Installation Warnings

  •  Do not operate the appliance before it is fully installed.
  •  The appliance must be installed by an authorized technician and put into use. The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage that might be caused by defective placement and installation by una-uthorized persons.
  •  When you unpack the appliance, make sure that it was not damaged during transportation. In the event of any defect; do not use the appliance and contact a qua-lified service agent immediately. As the materials used for packaging (nylon, staplers, styrofoam… etc.) may cause harmful effects to children, they should be collected and disposed of immediately.
  •  Protect your appliance against atmospheric effects. Do not expo-se it to effects such as sun, rain, snow etc.
  •  The surrounding materials of the appliance (cabinet) must be able to withstand a temperature of a min. of 100°C .

During use

  •  When you first run your oven, a certain smell will emanate from the insulation materials and the heater elements. For this reason, before using your oven, run it empty at the maximum temperature for 45 minutes. At the same time you need to properly ventilate the environment in which the product is installed.
  •  During use, the outer and inner surfaces of the oven become hot. While opening the oven door, step back to avoid the hot steam coming out of the oven. A risk of burns may occur.
  •  Do not put flammable or combustible materials, in or near the appli-ance when it is in operation.
  •  Always use oven gloves to remove and replace food in the oven.•
  • Do not leave the cooker while cooking with solid or liquid oils. They may catch fire as a result of extreme heating. Never pour water on to flames that are caused by oil. Cover the saucepan or frying pan with its cover to choke the flame that has arisen in this case and turn the cooker off.
  •  If you are not going to use the appliance for a long time, remove the plug from the socket. Keep the main control switched off. Additionally, when not using the appliance, shut the gas valve off.
  •  Make sure the appliance control knobs are always in the “0” (stop) position when it is not being used.
  •  The trays incline when pulled out. Be careful not to let hot liquid spill over.
  •  When the door or drawer of the oven is open, do not leave anything on it. You may unbalance your appliance or break the cover.
  •  Do not put heavy things or flam-mable or ignitable goods (nylon, plastic bag, paper, cloth…etc.) into the drawer. This includes cookwa-re with plastic accessories (e.g. handles).
  •  Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes from the appliance or its handles.
  •  During cleaning and maintenance
  •  Always turn the appliance off before operations such as cleaning or maintenance. You can do this after removing the plug for the applian-ce off or turning the main switches off.
  • Do not remove the control knobs to clean the control panel.
  • TO MAINTAIN THE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY OF YOUR APPLIANCE, WE RECOMMEND YOU ALWAYS USE ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS AND ONLY CALL OUR AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENTS SHOULD SUCH A NEED ARISE.

PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION AND USE

Manufactured with the best quality parts and materials, this modern, functional, and practical oven will meet your needs in all respects. Make sure to read the manual to obtain successful results and not to experience any problems in the future. The information given below contains rules that are necessary for cor-rect positioning and service operations. They should be read in detail especially by the technician who will position the appliance.

CONTACT THE AUTHORIZED SER-VICE FOR THE INSTALLATION OF YOUR OVEN!

CHOOSING A PLACE FOR THE OVEN

  •  There are several points to pay attention to when choosing a place for your oven. Make sure to take our recommendations below into account in order to prevent any problems and dangerous situations, which may oc-cur later!
  •  When choosing a place for the oven, attention should be paid that there are no flammable or combustible materials in the close vicinity, such as curtains, oil, cloth etc., which quickly catch fire. – Furniture surrounding the oven must be made of heat resistant materials -more than 50 C° of the room temperature.
  • Required changes to wall cabinets and exhaust fans above the built-in combi-ned product as well as minimum heights from the oven board are shown in Figure 1. Accordingly, the exhaust fan should be at a minimum height of 65 cm from the hob board. If there is no exhaust fan, the height should not be less than 70 cm.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 4

INSTALLATION OF BUILT-IN OVENSHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 5

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Insert the oven into the cabinet by pushing it forward. Open the oven door and insert 2 screws in the holes located on the oven frame. When the product fra-me touches the wooden surface of the cabinet, tighten the screws. If the oven is installed under a hob, the distance between the worktop and the top panel of the oven must be a minimum of 50 mm and the distance between the worktop and the top of the control panel must be a minimum of 25 mm.

WIRING AND SAFETY OF THE  BUILT IN OVEN
The instructions given below must be followed explicitly during wiring:

If the oven is installed under a hob, the distance between the worktop and the top panel of the oven must be a minimum of 50 mm and the distance between the worktop and the top of the control panel must be a minimum of 25 mm.

WIRING AND SAFETY OF THE  BUILT-IN OVEN
The instructions given below must be
followed explicitly during wiring:

  •  The grounding cable must be connec-ted via the screw with the grounding mark. The supply cable connection must be carried out as shown in Figure 6. If there is no grounded outlet conforming to regulations in the installation environment, call the Authorized Service Centre immediately.
  •  The grounded outlet must be in close proximity to the appliance. Authorized Service technician.
  •  The wiring of the appliance must be performed by the Authorized Service technician. An H05VV-F type supply cable must be used.
  •  Faulty wiring may damage the appli-ance. Such damage will not be covered under the warranty.
  •  The appliance is designed to connect to 220-240V~. If the electricity is different than the value given above, call the Authorized Service Centre immediately.

The manufacturer declares that it bears no liability of any kind for damage and loss arising from not complying with safety standards!

USING THE OVEN

Control PanelSHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 7

Oven Function Control Knob
To select the desired cooking function, turn the knob to the related symbol the details of the oven functions are explained in the next section.

Oven Function Control Knob
To select the desired cooking function, turn the knob to the related symbol the details of the oven functions are explained in the next section.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 8

Oven Functions
The functions of your oven may be different due to the model of your product.

Oven Lamp

Only the oven light will be turned on and it will remain on in all cooking functions.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 9

Defrost Function:
The oven’s warning lights will be turned on, the fan will start operating.
To use the defrost function, take your frozen food and place it in the oven on a shelf placed in the third slot from the bottom. Placing an oven tray under the defrosting food to catch the water accumulated due to the melting ice is recommended. This function will not cook or bake your food, it will only help defrost it.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 10

Fan Function:
The oven’s thermostat and warning lights will be turned on, the upper and lower heating elements and fan will start operating.
This function is very good for baking pastries. Cooking is carried out by the lower and upper heating elements within the oven and by the fan providing air circulation, which will give the food a slightly grilled effect. Pre-heating the oven for about 10 minutes is recommended.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 11

Static Cooking Function:
The oven’s thermostat and warning lights will be turned on, the lower and upper heating elements will start operating. The static cooking function emits heat, ensuring even cooking of the food on the lower and upper shelves. This is ideal for making pastries, cakes, baked pasta, lasagne, and pizza. Pre-heating the oven for 10 minutes is recommended and it is best to cook on only one shelf at a time when using this function.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 12

Grilling Function:
The oven’s thermostat and warning lights will be turned on, the grill heating element will start operating. This function is used for grilling and toasting foods. Use the upper shelves of the oven. Brush the wire grid lightly with oil to stop foods from sticking and place foods in the center of the grid. Always place a tray beneath to catch any oil or fat drippings. Pre-heating the oven for about 10 minutes is recommended. Warning: When grilling, the oven door must be closed and the oven temperature should be adjusted to 1900C.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 13

Faster Grilling Function:
The oven’s thermostat and warning lights will be turned on, the grill and upper heating elements will start operating. The function is used for faster grilling and for covering a larger surface area, such as grilling meats. Use the oven’s upper shelves. Brush the wire grid lightly with oil to stop foods from sticking and place foods in the center of the grid. Always place a tray beneath to catch any oil or fat drippings. Pre-heating the oven for about 10 minutes is recommended. Warning: When grilling, the oven door must be closed and the oven temperature should be adjusted to 1900C

Double Grill and Fan FunctionSHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 14

  • The oven’s thermostat and warning lights will be turned on, the grill and upper heating elements and fan will start operating.
  • This function is used for faster grilling of thicker foods and for covering a larger surface area. Both the upper heating elements and grill will be energized along with the fan to ensure even cooking.
  • Use the upper shelves of the oven. Brush the wire grid lightly with oil to stop foods from sticking and place foods in the center of the grid. Always place a tray beneath to catch any oil or fat drippings. Pre-heating the oven for about 10 minutes is recommended.
  • Warning: When grilling, the oven door must be closed and the oven temperature should be adjusted to 1900C.

Lower Heating and Fan Function

The oven’s thermostat and warning lights will be turned on, the lower heating element and fan will start operating. The lower heating and fan function is ideal for heating foods equally in a short time. It is recommended to pre-heat the oven for about 10 minutes.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 15

Using the mechanical timerSHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 16

Manual Operation
When you set the timer button to the position indicating M as shown on the picture, you can continuously run your oven. When the timer button is in the 0 position, the oven will not operate.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 17

Operating by adjusting the time
Set the desired cooking time by turning the timer button to a certain time range between 0 – 100 minutes. At the end of this time period, the oven will stop working and the timer will give an audible warning once.

 

 

DISHES

LOWER-UPPER LOWER-UPPER FAN GRILL
 

Thermostat pos. (°C)

 

Rack pos.

Cooking period (min)  

Thermostat pos. (°C)

 

Rack pos.

Cooking period (min)  

Thermostat pos. (min)

 

Rack pos.

Cooking period (min)
Layered pastry  

170-190

 

1-2

 

35-45

 

170-190

 

1-2

 

25-35

Cake 170 -190 1-2 30-40 150-170 1-2-3 25-35
Cookie 170-190 1-2 30-40 150-170 1-2-3 25-35
Grilled meatballs  

200

 

4

 

10-15

 

Watery food

 

175-200

 

2

 

40-50

 

175-200

 

2

 

40-50

Chicken 200 1-2 45-60 200 1-2 45-60 200 * 50-60
Chop 200 3-4 15-25
Beefsteak 200 4 15-25
Two-tray cake
Two-tray pastry
* Cook with roasted chicken skewer…

Accessories

The product is supplied with accessories. You can also use accessories you purchase from other sources, but they must be heat and flame-resistant. You can also use glass dishes, cake molds, and oven trays that are appropriate for use in an oven. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using other accessories. In the event small side dishes are used, place the dish onto the wire grid, as it will completely be on the middle part of the grid. If the food to be cooked does not cover the oven tray completely, if the food is taken from the deep freezer or the tray is being used for collecting the food’s juices that flow during grilling, form changes can be observed in the tray. This is due to the high temperatures that occur during cooking. The tray will return to its old form when the tray cools down after cooking. This is a normal physical event that occurs during heat transfer. Do not place hot glass trays and dishes into a cold environment straight from the oven to avoid breaking the tray or dish. Do not put it onto cold and wet surfaces. Place on a dry kitchen cloth and allow to cool slowly. When using the grill in your oven; we recommend you use the grid that was supplied with the product (where appropriate). When using the wire grid; put a tray onto one of the lower shelves to allow the oil to be collected. Water may be added to the tray to assist in cleaning. As explained in the corresponding clauses, never attempt to use the gas-operated grill burner without the grill protection lid. If your oven has a gas-operated grill burner, but the grill heat shield is missing, or if it is damaged and cannot be used, request a spare part from the nearest Authorized Service Centre.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 18

Oven Accessories
The accessories for your oven may be different due to the model of your product.

Wire grid
The wire grid is used to grill or place different cookware on it.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 19
WARNING– Fit the grid correctly into any corresponding rack in the oven cavity and push it to the back.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 20

Shallow Tray
The shallow tray is used to bake pastry such as flans etc. To locate the tray correctly in the cavity, put it on any rack and push it to the back.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 21

Deep Tray
The deep tray is used to cook stews. To locate the tray correctly in the cavity, put it on any rack and push it to the back.SHARP K-50M22BL2-EU 62L Fan Oven and 60cm Cookology User Manual  & troubleshooting 22

 

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OVEN

CLEANING

Before starting to clean your oven, be sure that all control buttons are off and your appliance is cooled off. Unplug the appliance. Do not use cleaning materials containing particles that might scratch the enameled and painted parts of your oven. Use cream cleaners or liquid cleaners, which do not contain particles. As they might harm the surfaces, do not use caustic creams, abrasive cleaning powders, rough wire wool, or hand tools. In the event, the excess liquids spill over and your oven should burn, this may cause damage to the enamel. Clean up the split liquids immediately. Do not use steam cleaners to clean the oven.

Cleaning the interior of the oven
Make sure to unplug the oven before you start cleaning it. You will obtain the best results if you clean the oven interior while the oven is slightly warm. Wipe your oven with a soft piece of cloth dampened with soap and water after each use. Then wipe it again, this time with a wetted cloth, and wipe it dry. Complete cleaning using dry and powder-type cleaners. For products with catalytic enamel frames, the rear and sidewalls of the inner frame do not require cleaning. Ho-wever; depending on usage, replacing them after a certain period of time is recommended.

MAINTENANCE

Replacing the Oven Light
The change of the oven lamp must be done by an authorized technician. The rating of the bulb should be 230V, 25Watt, Type E14, T300 before changing the lamp, the oven should be switched off and it should be cool.
The lamp design is specific for use in household cooking appliances and it is not suitable for household room illumination.

  •  The product contains a light source of energy efficiency class G.
  •  The light source can not be replaced by the end-user. After-sales service is needed.
  •  The included light source is not intended for use in other applications.

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SERVICE AND TRANSPORT

REQUIREMENTS BEFORE CONTACTING SERVICE

  • If the oven does not operate:
  • The oven may have been switched off or disconnected On models fitted with a timer, the time may not be regulated.
  • If the oven does not heat: the heat maybe not be adjusted with the oven’s heater control switch.
  • If the interior lighting lamp does not light:
  • The electricity must be inspected. It must be inspected to see whether the lamps are defective. If they are defecti-ve, you can change them following the guide.
  • Cooking (if the lower-upper parts do not cook equally):
  • Control the shelf locations, cooking period, and heat values according to the manual.
  • Apart from these issues, if you are experiencing any problems with your product, please call to the Authorized Ser-vice Centre.

INFORMATION RELATED TO TRANSPORT

If you need any transport:

  • Keep the original product packaging and use the original case for carrying. Follow the transport instructions on the case. Tape the cooker on upper parts, hats, and heads and saucepan carriers to the cooking panels.
  • Place paper between the upper cover and cooking panel, cover the upper cover, then tape to the side surfaces of the oven.
  • Tape cardboard or paper onto the front cover on the interior glass of the oven as it will be suitable to the trays, for the wire grill and trays in your oven not damage to the oven’s cover during transport. Also, tape the oven’s covers to the side walls. If you do not have the original case:
  • Take appropriate measures to secure the external surfaces (glass and painted surfaces) and the oven to protect it against possible blows.

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