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****** Page 1 ****** 17 litres Premium Digital Halogen with Hinged Lid Thank you for choosing electrie.2 Please read this user manual before using this oven and keep it safe for further reference Visit our site electriQ.co.uk for our entire range of Intelligent Electricals HOV17D

****** Page 2 ****** Contents Safety Instructions Features and Parts Operation Cooking Guide Cooking Times Table Cleaning and Maintenance Troubleshooting 2 3 8 9 12 22 23 24

****** Page 3 ****** SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Important Carefully read the instructions before operating the unit This appliance is for indoor use only. Rating: This unit must be only connected to a 220-240 V / 50 Hz earthed outlet. Always check the rating label against your electrical supply. If you are in any doubt about the suitability of your electrical supply have it checked and, if necessary, retested by a qualified electrician. This halogen oven has been tested and is safe to use. However, as with any electrical appliances – use it with care. Disconnect the power plug from socket or remove the power cord from the lid before dismantling, assembling or cleaning. Do not clean the unit by spraying it or immersing it in water. 3

****** Page 4 ****** Never operate this appliance if the cord or plug is damaged. Ensure the power cord is not stretched or exposed to sharp object/edges. Do not pull the mains cable to disconnect the mains plug from the mains. Do not use the appliance if any part or any accessory is damaged or defective. A damaged supply cord or plug should be replaced by the manufacturer or a qualified electrician in order to avoid a hazard. Avoid touching any moving parts of the appliance. Make sure unit is assembled correctly before use. Never insert fingers, or any other objects into the moving parts of the appliance. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities. It is also not intended for use by those with a lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. 4

****** Page 5 ****** Do not leave children unsupervised with this appliance. Any service other than regular cleaning should be only performed by an authorized service representative. Failure to comply could result in a voided warranty. Do not use the appliance for any other purposes than its intended use. Always place the unit on a dry and stable surface. Do not use the appliance in places with high humidity (>80%RH) Do not immerse the appliance in water or other liquids. If the appliance is immersed in water or other liquids by mistake, do not touch the appliance with your hands. Immediately remove the mains plug from the wall socket. If the appliance is immersed in water or other liquids, discard it. Dispose of packaging properly keeping plastic bags away from babies and young children. 5

****** Page 6 ****** Unit Safety Protection and Performance Tips Make sure the unit is correctly assembled. The control panel lid should fit perfectly the cooking glass bowl The unit has a safety protection switch that will stop the unit when you remove the lid. If the safety protection mechanism is broken please stop using the unit immediately. NEVER INSERT A KNIFE OR ANY OTHER UTENSILS INTO THE CONVECTION OVEN. This may damage the mechanism and cause a safety hazard. Contact with exposed electrical parts could result in electrical shock. Do not touch the hot glass bowl or glass lid when removing items from the convection oven. Use the tongues provided or alternative implements. The temperature of the outer glass surface may be high when the appliance is in operation. Do not touch any hot metal accessory with bare hands Allow the appliance to cool before cleaning. 6

****** Page 7 ****** • When heating food remove cardboard lids from food containers and replace them with aluminium foil before placing in the appliance. When using aluminium foil, keep it from touching the heating element on the lid. Never use cling film, wood or plastic recipients, baking sheets. Any container placed in this appliance must not be sealed and must have enough capacity to let liquids expand. DO NOT MOVE appliance when in operation Ensure the power cord does not touch the hot oven housing when in use Never leave the appliance unattended when in use. Store the appliance indoors in a dry location. Take care when opening the lid of the appliance. Hot steam may come out This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system. 7

****** Page 8 ****** Features and Parts 3 Accessories Low Rack 1 2 4 5 High Rack Baking or Lid (with halogen bulb and 1. fan) 2. 3. 4. 5. Control panel Extension Arm Glass Bowl Stand Tongs Steamer Air Fry RICE COOKING BOWL Fork pcs Extension Ring Frying Pan Optional accessory: 8

****** Page 9 ****** Operation Control Panel Your convection oven is very easy to use with simple digital controls and pre-set programs for easy cooking. You can set the cooking temperature from defrost to 250 Celsius and also the cooking timer from O to 180 minutes which is usually the most your food will need to cook. electriQ Time c ultry Fish Shellfish Potatoes START CANCEL Cake oc Temp Turbo terilizc Clean

****** Page 10 ****** A: Cooking time led display B: Cooking temperature led display C / D: Cooking time adjustment button +/- (0-180) E / F: Temperature adjustment button +/- (60-2500C) Clean: This automatic self-cleaning function can help you to clear away the grease stain in the bowl rapidly and easily. You just need to put some water and a drop of washing up liquid in the container than press this button. Make sure you use the extension ring and do not over fill. After emptying the bowl you can sterilize it using the Sterilize function. Also Dry function will dry the bowl. Sterilize: Before or after cooking, you can use this function to sterilize the glass bowl. You also can use this function to sterilize your tableware. Turbo: You can force the oven to operate at the highest temperature for 20 minutes Easy pre-set functions for Poultry, Fish, Shellfish, Potatoes, Pizza, Cakes enable fast one touch cooking. After pressing Cancel button you will need to press pre-set function again and Start button to start cooking again Once you selected one of the programmed functions you can still adjust cooking time or temperature using the C/D or E/F functions. If you select temperature or cooking time without pressing pre-set function first you need to press the Start button to start cooking. Cancel button will cancel operation at any time and put the unit on standby. 10

****** Page 11 ****** Choose the appropriate racks, trays, extension ring and accessories and place them into the glass bowl. Extend the oven capacity by using the supplied extender ring. You can cook from frozen or use the defrost function. Fill the bowl and racks with the cooking ingredients. Cover the bowl with the lid and connect the mains to a power outlet. Set the temperature control and timer as desired. You will find suggestions for cooking temperatures and times in the cooking guide table. Note: The thermostat keeps the desired temperature until the pre-set time has elapsed. The control lamp with its halogen bulb indicates the heating process, it is normal for the halogen light to turn on and off automatically in order to control the target temperature. If it becomes necessary to open the bowl during cooking, for example to turn the food over, it is imperative to observe the following instructions: Lift the lid by the handle only and make sure is fully open at 90 degree angle before you remove food from the bowl. For increased safety turn the appliance off by pressing Cancel button Disconnect the plug from the mains or remove the power lid from the back of the unit

****** Page 12 ****** Warning: Please note that he metal and glass parts are hot to touch. When opening the lid of the convection oven, be careful with escaping steam as it could cause burns if not careful. To continue cooking, close the bowl lid and connect the plug to the mains. The operation continues as soon as the handle rests properly on the appliance. Please note that you may readjust the timer if the cooking was interrupted as this could affect your cooking time. Note: After the pre-set time has elapsed, a signal will be indicating the end of the cooking process. The fan and the halogen lamp will automatically turn off and unit will enter standby mode. If cooking is finished disconnect the power supply. Ending the cooking process If you want to finish the cooking process, simply press the Cancel button. Cooking guide Use the quick pre-sets for Poultry, Fish, Shellfish, Cakes, Pizza, Potatoes but you can adjust them according to your needs by simply pressing the temperature and timer controls, + will increase the cooking time or cooking temperature, – will decrease them. 12

****** Page 13 ****** Instructions for roasting Place the roast on the lower grill rack. Add some water, but only covering the bottom of the glass bowl. Turn the roast 1 or 2 times during cooking, basting it with the gravy. Instructions for grilling Use the grill racks as dual stands in order to place the ingredients at different levels. • Turn thick meat pieces after half of the cooking time has elapsed. Can also use the steamer / air fryer accessory sited on racks. Instructions for steaming Fill the bottom of the bowl with some water and tasty herbs and spices for steaming vegetables or fish. Use the steamer / air fryer accessory. Instructions for baking You may place any heat resistant baking pan onto the lower grill rack. Because of the air circulation the diameter should be of maximum 26 cm or 40 cm if extender ring is used. If you want to bake a very juicy cake without a crust, attach aluminium foil over the baking pan. Remove the foil shortly before the cake is done, so the top of the cake may slightly dry up. 13

****** Page 14 ****** Cakes and other cookies are baked a little bit faster than in other common ovens. Place frozen pizza directly on the upper grill rack or in the baking tray. Instructions for toasting You may toast bread and snacks without preheating the oven. Place the bakery products on one of the grill racks. Slightly moisten bread rolls that are from the previous day. This way they will crisp up nicely. You may also warm up older snacks such as crackers, chips or cookies. Bake them at maximum heat for a few minutes only, so they will become crispy again. Instructions for defrosting The convection oven provides for a more evenly defrosting process than a microwave. Set the temperature control to 65-700C (defrost). Check the food every 5 to 10 minutes. Allow approximately 40 minutes per kg. Large items like meat joins should be turned at least once during the defrosting process. Any liquids or juices from thawed food should be thoroughly cleaned from the bowl before cooking. In order to cook frozen food, lower the specified temperature by 200C. The cooking time in the convection oven is also 30 – 50 % shorter (e.g. 10 to 15 minutes instead of 20 minutes).

****** Page 15 ****** Instructions for reheating Use lower temperatures when reheating in order not to burn your food. Check the food every 5 to 10 minutes. Note: These time specifications are for reference only and may vary depending on the circumstances. Grilling and Broiling For broiling or grilling with a convection oven, the temperature should be set between 220-250 oc. Food should be placed on the rack without covering. To bring the food closer to source of the heating air, the High Rack should be used. Add liquid smoke to water in the bowl if you like a smoky flavors. Any other seasonings should be applied to the surface of the meat. If the fish or meat is lean, spray the rack or grill with non-stick vegetable oil, or brush with cooking oil prior to arranging the fish/ meat on the grill. This will minimize food sticking to the grill. For browner or more seared surfaces, broil on both sides as with thick stocks or steaks. For thinner pieces, no turning is necessary. Roasting Lining only the bottom of the Bowl with aluminum foil (leaving an inch of rim) will catch drippings if desired. To let hot air freely circulate, use low Rack. Hot air cooks meat evenly and seals in the juice. Turning and basting is not necessary. 15

****** Page 16 ****** Meat thermometer is recommended. However, without one, go by the time temperature table given here, or follow the chart given for the conventional or regular ovens and subtract 250C. Roast Whole Chicken Rinse chicken thoroughly and add desired seasonings. Spices such as garlic, black pepper and salt are suggested. Before roasting, allow seasonings to penetrate for a few hours. Base of the bowl can be lined with aluminum foil to catch drippings. Roast for approximately 30 minutes per 1 kg at 2000C. Use extension ring if the chicken is large but make sure you increase the cooking time and turn the chicken regularly. Cooking Hints: Brush meat with oil before seasoning. When using both grill racks, change the food after half of the cooking time has elapsed if the upper food gets crispy faster. 16

****** Page 17 ****** Whole Roasts With Fatty portion facing upward put meat directly on low rack. Put seasoning to your tastes. Insert meat thermometer. Temperature for roasting is usually 250C less than for regular or conventional roasting. Cooking time depends on type and size of roast Eggs Hard or soft-boiled eggs are unbelievably easy in the convection oven. For a start, there is no boiling involved! Simply place up to 6 eggs into the pan and put the pan on the High Rack. Set the temperature to 200 oc. Set the Timer (A/C) to 6 minutes for soft-boiled or 10 minutes for hard- boiled. Always use the Tongs to carefully remove the eggs after cooking. Bread Rolls To reheat fresh bread rolls, wrap each roll with foil, place on the Low Rack and heat at 200 oc for 5-7 minutes. If the rolls are a few days old they can be “refreshed” by brushing them with a little milk, placing them on the High Rack and heating for 6-9 minutes at 180 oc.

****** Page 18 ****** Pies Pre-cooked (unfrozen) pies could not be easier. Place on High Rack and cook for 8-12 minutes at 2200C. Frozen or uncooked pies use the same position and temperature, but increase the cooking time usually to 20-25 minutes. This can vary depending on the size and content of the pie. Baking and Steaming The temperature for cooking of uncovered dishes is usually 20 30 oc lower than in the traditional oven. No pre- heating is necessary in convection oven when baking. Ordinarily, the centre of a cake batter will be moist, while the section closest to rim of the baking pan will be done first. For this reason, a bunt cake pan or tube pan is better to use than the larger layered cake pans. No pre-heating is necessary in convection oven when baking. 18

****** Page 19 ****** FOOD Brownies 18-20 Buns 10-12 Cakes, layer 18-20 Cakes, loaf 30-35 Cornbread 18-20 Cookies: drop Cookies: rolled Muffins Pies/pastries/pie crust With filling (no top crust) With filling (two crusts) Breads, rolls Loaf TEMPERATURE 150 200 150 150 180 160 160 180 200 160 180 180 160 MINUTES 8-10 10-12 12-15 8-10 25-30 35-40 12-15 25-30 * Times may vary, depending on depth and size of mixture.

****** Page 20 ****** When selecting an appropriate cake tin to use, be sure that it will fit comfortably in the Bowl. Always place the cake tin on the Low Rack – never directly onto the bottom of the Bowl. When using the recipes from elsewhere, deduct 200C from the recommended cooking temperature. Cooking time depends entirely upon the size of cake you are making but it is easy to monitor its progress with the see-through glass Bowl. 20

****** Page 21 ****** APPLICATION EXAMPLES QUICK REFERENCE TABLE OF TIME AND TEMPERATURE FOR COOKING VARIOUS FOODS TEMP. 200 200 250 200 250 250 150 250 250 250 BAKING CLASS Whole Chicken Drumsticks Fish Clam Shrimps Corn Potato Red Prawn Crab Meat QUANTITY 2 1/4 kg 8 pieces 10 pieces 500 g 500 g 4 pieces 1 case 500 g 4 pieces 500 g MINUTES 70-75 15 7-8 5-7 5 10 20 25 15 10 21

****** Page 22 ****** FOR MEATS WEIGHING FROM 1-1.5 KG, SET TEMPERATURE AT 2000C AND COOK FOR THE FOLLOWING (APPROXIMATE) TIMES TYPE OF MEAT BEEF, BONELESS, WHOLE ROAST BEEF, RIB ROAST, RUMP OR CHUCK HAM WITH BONE & FULLY COOKED LOIN (BONELESS) LOIN WITH BONE MINUTES RARE:15-20 MEDIUM:20-25 WELL DONE:25-30 RARE:15-20 MEDIUM:20-25 WELL DONE:25-30 MEDIUM:12-15 WELL DONE:20-25 WELL DONE: 25-30 Remember — all times are a guideline only. Times may vary depending on the time of cooking, temperature selected and your individual preferences. RECEIPES Hundreds of delicious halogen oven recipes can be found on halogenovenrecipes.co.uk 22

****** Page 23 ****** Cooking Times Table without extension ring 35 — 40 15 -20 60-90 50-60 15-20 30-35 35 — 40 10- 12 25-30 15 – 18 5-8 Food Poultry Chicken (whole) Chicken Parts Turkey Duck Fish Fish Sea shells, steamed Meat/ sausages Roast beef (1.5 kg), medium done Steaks, medium done Sausages, roasted Cakes One layer Covered cake with filling Loaf Pan Pastry Pie without filling Pie with filling Muffins Meringue Position in the bowl Lower grill rack Upper grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Upper grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Upper grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack 23 Temperature in oc 200 200 200 200 200 160 175 250 200 175 175 175 200 175 175 175 Cooking time in minutes 7 -10 3-5 45-50 8 -10 10

****** Page 24 ****** Food Yeast bread Loaf 15 -20 Bread rolls 15 -20 Bread rolls, crisped up 5 -10 Corn bread 10-20 Frozen pizza Position in the bowl Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Lower grill rack Upper grill rack Temperature in oc 175 175 100 175 200 Cooking time in minutes 10 If using the extension ring the lower grill settings become upper grill settings. This appliance is to be stored and used under the following conditions: temperature — not less than +5 oc; relative humidity- not higher than 80%; aggressive impurities in the air: not allowable. CLEANING & MAINTENANCE Make sure the unit is unplugged before cleaning Wait until it cooled down before cleaning Before first use and continuing after each use, wipe off unit with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Use the Clean and Dry functions to clean the bowl quickly. The glass bowl is dishwasher safe and can be immersed in water. Do not immerse the lid into water for cleaning. Protect the halogen lamp from water. Water must not enter the control unit. Do not use wire brushes or other abrasive objects. Cleaning the Lid Use a wet cloth to remove splashes and food stains from the lid. Use a mild detergent in case of heavy staining. Dry lid thoroughly. This item is not dishwasher safe. Glass bowl, grill racks, tongs and expander ring Clean these parts by hand in warm water with a mild detergent. Rinse under clean water to remove soap residue; dry thoroughly. 24

****** Page 25 ****** Self-cleaning: the bowl can be cleaned easily using the self-cleaning function. Fill the bowl with water and add the extender ring. Pour washing up liquid and set the thermostat to 1000C and timer to 10-15 minutes. When bowl has cooled down, empty the dirty water and wipe it off or let it dry. Warning: Do not pour cold water into the glass bowl when the bowl is hot. Glass bowl must be cool before cleaning. Troubleshooting Issue Appliance does not function A whole piece of food is cooked unevenly The food is burnt on top but not yet cooked Technical data Model Voltage Capacity Possible cause Appliance is not connected to the mains Appliance is defective Air circulation is not even The food is too close to the halogen bulb Solution Check the position of the lid ensuring is fully closed Check another wall socket Check fuse on the plug Check safety catch Please contact service centre Place the food in the centre of the bowl on a low rack Do not stack food on a single level Use the racks as dual stands Place the food on the lower grill rack or temporarily cover the food with aluminium foil HOV17D Power Consumption Timer Pre-set functions Dimensions mm (WxDxH) Weight kgs (net/ gross) 220-240V 50Hz 17 Litres (12 litres bows + 5 litres extension ring) Max 1400 W 0-180 minutes 10 460x340x350 / 475x365x365 6.7/7.8 All information provided is for reference only. Products specifications may change due to continuous product development. 25

****** Page 26 ****** 1. 2. Disposal: Do not dispose this product as unsorted waste. Collection of such waste must be handled separately as special treatment is necessary. Recycling facilities are now available for all customers at which you can deposit your old electrical products. Customers will be able to take any old electrical equipment to participating sites run by their local councils. Please remember that this equipment will be further handled during the recycling process, so please be considerate when depositing your equipment. Please contact the local council for details of your local household waste recycling centres. ElectriQ UK SUPPORT ElectriQ.co.uk/support Please, for your own convenience, make these simple checks before calling the service line. If the unit still fails to operate call: 0871 620 1057 or complete the online form. Is the unit plugged into the mains? Is the fuse 0K? Switch the unit off. Restart the unit. Office hours: 9AM – 5PM Monday to Friday ElectrlQ.co.uk Unit 2, The Nursery Berristow Lane South Normanton Derbyshire, DE55 2FX 26








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