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be repaired by authorised Electrolux personnel. Repairs undertaken by unauthorised or inexperienced persons may cause injury and/or serious malfunctioning of the pressure cooker. Only genuine AEG/Electrolux spare parts and mains lead should be used. Failure to do so may render the warranty void. FEATURES
CONTENTS Important user information Features Introduction Before first use Instructions for use Operating instructions Pressure cooker settings Safety devices Cleaning Troubleshooting Warranty INTRODUCTION Pressurised cooking retains the steam while sealing in the goodness. Food with traditionally long cooking times will cook up to 70% faster than traditional methods. These foods include stews, soups, lamb shanks, pot roasts and risotto. The sealed cooking pot prevents vitamins and minerals from boiling away. Nutrients and vitamins are retained in the cooking process. BEFORE FIRST USE Remove all packaging materials and promotional labels from your pressure cooker. Ensure all the parts are included before disposing of any packaging. You may wish to keep the box and packaging for use at a later date. Before using your pressure cooker for the first time, clean the lid, rack and cooking pot. The cooking pot can be cleaned with warm soapy water. Rinse and towel dry. Place into the pressure cooker. 1 Place the pressure cooker on a solid, flat surface where you intend to cook. 2 Secure the small clear plastic condensation container in the rear of the unit. Make sure it is fitted correctly Fig 1. 8 9
Red float valve Pressure limit valve Push rod Sealing ring Cooking pot Condensation container Side handle Outer body Heating plate Mains lead Lid handle Lid Sealing ring supporting cover Rubber grommet Upper ring Control panel Base Rack

Condensation Container

125ml liquid when pressure cooking.
Fig 3 Fig Place the pressure limit valve on the lid, as shown in figure 2, ensuring it is set to the position.
5 Before locking the lid in place, remove any food from the upper rim of the cooking pot to ensure a proper seal. Make sure the sealing ring is securely in place on the sealing ring supporting cover (Fig 5). Hold the knob on the sealing ring supporting cover and press firmly over the centre post of the inner lid to secure (Fig 6). Place the lid on the pressure cooker and turn it counterclockwise into the locked position.
Fig 2 NOTE: The pressure limit valve does not click or lock into place. Even though it will have a loose fit, it is safely secured. Only once the pressure cooker is assembled correctly will you be ready to begin cooking. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 1 To remove the lid, grasp the lid handle, turn clockwise and lift. 2 Should the recipe require, remove the cooking pot from the pressure cooker and add food and liquids. 3 Should the rack be required, place it in the cooking pot. 4 Only use wooden or plastic utensils in order not to damage the cooking pot non-stick coating. NOTE: The total volume of food and liquid must not exceed 60% of the capacity of the cooking pot (Fig 3). For foods such as dried vegetables and beans, or rice and grains, the total volume must not exceed 50% capacity (Fig 4). Always use at least Place the pressure limit valve on the lid, as shown in figure 2, ensuring it is set to the position. NOTE: The pressure limit valve does not click or lock into place. Even though it will have a loose fit, it is safely secured. The red float in the handle must be fully down to properly seal the pot before cooking. 7 Plug the mains lead into the pressure cooker and then into the electrical socket. Switch the electrical socket on and the LED display will show. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS When the pressure cooker is on the LED will light up. Select the desired cooking function using the Menu button. The Fig 5 Fig 6

NOTE: When placing the lid on the pressure cooker, the float valve should be facing the left.
selected function light will flash. 1 Select Low or High Pressure setting. 2 Press Time and select the number of minutes needed for pressure cooking. NOTE: Only when selecting the low or high pressure settings can one select pressure cooking time. Time increases in 1-minute increments up to 40 minutes and in 5minute increments from 40 - 99 minutes. 3 Press Start/Cancel button to begin cooking. The pressure cooker will begin heating. The red float will rise as pressure builds. When the selected pressure level is reached, the small light in the lower right-hand corner of the LED will stop flashing and remain lit. At this point pressure cooking begins and the timer will start to count down. The timer will not begin to count down until full pressure is reached, this may be several minutes after the red float has fully risen. NOTE: When cooking under pressure, the lid is double locked and cannot be opened. NEVER ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE LID WHILE PRESSURE COOKING. Automatic Keep Warm function When the LED display reaches , the pressure cooker automatically shifts to Keep Warm. The Keep Warm light will turn on and the pressure cooker will beep to indicate cooking is complete. NOTE: The Keep Warm setting should not be used for more than 12 hours. The quality or texture of the food will begin to change after 1 hour on Keep Warm. In the Keep Warm setting, a little condensation in the upper ring is normal. To cancel or reset Users can cancel the function or reset the timing setup anytime by pressing the Start/Cancel button. Removing the lid Only when the pressure cooking cycle is finished, will the pressure cooker automatically switch to the Keep Warm 5
function. You may now choose to release the pressure in one of three ways - Natural Pressure Release, Quick Pressure Release or a combination of both. The choice will be determined by the particular food being cooked and instructions in the recipe. If adapting your own recipe for pressure cooking, find a similar recipe in our booklet and use that as a guide. Natural Pressure Release - After pressure cooking, leave the pressure cooker on Keep Warm. The pressure will begin to drop - time for the pressure to drop depends on the amount of liquid in the pressure cooker and the length of time that the pressure was maintained. Natural Pressure Release will take from 10 to 30 minutes. During this time cooking continues. This method is recommended for certain cuts of meat and some desserts. When pressure is fully released the float (pressure indicator) will drop and the lid will unlock to open. Quick Pressure Release - After pressure cooking you will hear a series of beeps indicating the cooking process is finished. Turn the pressure cooker off and rotate the handle of the pressure limit valve clockwise until the pressure release indicator lines up with the mark on lid (see figure 7). Do not touch with your hands. Use tongs or another tool.

Cannot open the lid after air exhaust Air escapes from the No sealing ring was installed rim of the lid Food residue on the sealing ring Sealing ring worn out Lid not locked properly Air escapes from the Food stuck on the sealing ring of float valve the float valve The sealing ring on the float valve worn out The float will not rise The pressure limit valve is not placed properly Not enough food and water Air escaping from the rim of the lid and the pressure limit valve Defaults to Keep After browning or saut, temperature Warm instead of too high for pressure cooking Pressure function Continuous beep After browning or saut, temperature sound after setting too high for pressure cooking timer and Pressure function

WARRANTY

Electrolux South Africa (Pty) Ltd., (Electrolux) warrants to the original purchaser (the Purchaser) that the appliance identified on this leaflet is free from defects in the material or workmanship under normal use and service subject to the following conditions:
This AEG/Electrolux Product is covered by Electrolux Warranty Conditions 1. This warranty, remains valid for a period of one year in respect of appliances used for domestic purposes only. Any AEG/Electrolux domestic appliance used in a commercial capacity will not be covered by this warranty. 2. The Purchaser shall refer the appliance for repair to any AEG/Electrolux branch or AEG/Electrolux authorized service agent and nowhere else. On referral for repair in accordance with the warranty as aforesaid Electrolux shall, at its opinion, if satisfied that the conditions herein set out have been complied with, replace or repair the appliance without cost to the Purchaser. 3. The Purchaser shall use only genuine AEG/Electrolux accessories. 4. This warranty does not apply to light bulbs, external electrical connections, flex and all other items where the length of life depends upon the use and care given. Without limiting the generality of the aforegoing such items shall include seals, cooking pot and cooking racks fitted to cooking equipment. 5. This warranty shall only apply to appliances purchased in and retained for use in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana and Swaziland. 6. The Purchaser shall not remove the serial number of the appliance. 7. Electrolux undertakes that all goods supplied by it shall conform to the specifications of the same except insofar as these are necessarily modified by AEG/Electrolux from time to time. Electrolux does not warrant or give any representation of any nature in respect of any appliances supplied by it or the materials from which those appliances were made, or the workmanship in the making of those appliances or the fitness of those appliances for any particular purpose whether or not that purpose is known to Electrolux. 8. Electrolux shall not be responsible for any loss or damage of any nature whatsoever whether direct or indirect, consequential or otherwise, sustained as a result of any appliance being defective or not conforming to the description thereof, or as a result of improper use of the appliance (which, without limiting the generality thereof, shall include the use of incorrect voltage or faults in the house wiring, improper use of the controls and failure to use the appliance in accordance with the operating instructions), or as a result of any other cause whatsoever. 9. Abuse of the appliance by the purchaser will render this warranty invalid. Improper use of the appliance and failure to use the appliance or maintain the appliance in accordance with the relevant instructions will be considered as abuse. 10. The purchaser shall, when referring the appliance for warranty repair as aforesaid, produce the cash slip, hire purchase documents or invoice together with the instruction leaflet in which this warranty is contained. 11. Electrolux shall be entitled to charge the Purchaser for services rendered outside the warranty period or for any quotations given when no fault is found, for any replacement parts supplied and which are not covered by the warranty. 12. The above conditions constitute separate and devisable resolutive conditions and failure of the Purchaser to observe each or any of the said conditions will render this warranty of no force and effect. 13. No understandings or representations, which are not in writing and accepted by Electrolux or specified in writing, are binding on it. 14. All implied warranties in respect of the appliance are expressly excluded.

VEGETABLES Vegetables should be washed and peeled if necessary. Vegetables cook very quickly - be sure to use Quick Pressure Release immediately after audible beep sounds. If vegetables require more cooking, turn the pressure cooker off, and cover to steam the vegetables until preferred texture is reached. Add 1/2 a cup of water or liquid for cooking. If pressure cooking frozen vegetables, 1 to 2 minutes additional cooking time and longer steaming time may be needed. When cooking vegetables it is always best to under cook, then allow additional time to steam - to avoid overcooking. All cooking is on High Pressure unless otherwise indicated. Food Artichokes 4 medium-large, 200-300g each Beans, green 700g, cut into 5cm lengths Beetroot medium-large Broccoli Cut into large florets Butternut Peeled and sliced Carrots Cut to 5cm lengths or baby cut 1.5cm slices Cauliflower Cut into large florets Corn, baby 4-6 ears (use rack) Gem squash Halved Onions Baby, peeled Parsnips Peeled, cut into 5cm slices 1.5cm slices Patty pans or courgettes Cut into 1.5cm slices Potatoes Regular Medium quartered Red New 50-100g each Sweet 5cm cubes Cooking Time 7 to 9 minutes Low Pressure 1 to 2 minutes 24 to 26 minutes 2 to 3 minutes 3 to 4 minutes 8 minutes 2 to 3 minutes 2 to 3 minutes 1 minute 6 to 8 minutes 2 to 4 minutes 3 to 4 minutes 1 to 2 minutes 1 to 3 minutes Pressure Release Method Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release
5 to 7 minutes 5 to 8 minutes 5 to 6 minutes 4
Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release Quick Pressure Release
RICE and GRAINS Rice and grains cook best in a large amounts of water, with the excess water drained when cooking and pressure release are completed. In most cases, cooking is done using High Pressure, followed by a combination of Natural and Quick Pressure Release. If further cooking is needed, select Simmer and cook until tender. Rice and grains are best slightly undercooked if they are to be added to soups or casseroles. Oil or butter must be added to prevent foaming. A general formula to follow: unless you are preparing a specific recipe or the chart below indicates otherwise, cook 2 cups of rice or grain in 61/2 cups liquid with 1 to 2 tablespoons of butter or oil. DO NOT COOK MORE THAN THIS AMOUNT. Rice/Grain Arborio/Risotto (1 cup Arborio + 3 cups liquid/water) Brown rice Wild rice Quinoa (1 cup Quinoa + 2 cups liquid/water) Cooking Time/Pressure/Pressure Release Method Saut rice in butter/oil until opaque. Add liquid. High Pressure for 6 minutes, followed by Quick Pressure Release. High Pressure for 10 minutes. Natural Pressure Release for 10 minutes, Followed by Quick Pressure Release High Pressure for 20 minutes. Natural Pressure for 10 minutes, followed by Quick Pressure Release High Pressure for 2 minutes. Natural Pressure Release for 10 minutes, followed by Quick Pressure Release

then garlic and ginger and saut for minutes or until toasted. 4 Add tomato puree and stir to combine. Add the chickpeas and the reserved 125ml cooking liquid. Add salt, cayenne pepper and lemon juice. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 10 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. Select Saut and bring to the simmer. Allow excess liquid to evaporate away. 5 For Bhatura bread, sift together flour and baking powder into bowl, add egg and yoghurt and combine together. Knead to a soft smooth dough. 6 Cover with plastic wrap and stand in a warm place until doubled in bulk. 7 Knead dough again and divide into eight balls. 8 Roll out a ball on a lightly floured work surface to 12 cm disk. Heat 1 cm of oil in a deep frying pan until hot, and fry dough, pressing down with a slotted spoon until dough puffs, then turn and cook the other side. 9 Drain on an absorbent paper-lined plate and repeat with remaining dough. Serve chickpeas with fried Bhatura bread, halved green chillies, tomato wedges and onion wedges.

2 60ml 1 45ml 80g

cloves garlic, crushed chopped coriander aubergine, sliced fresh mint, chopped feta cheese, cut into blocks salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
1 Pick over the lentils and discard any stones. Wash the lentils and place in the pressure cooker with the bay leaf, bruised garlic, and oregano. Just cover ingredients with water. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 9 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. Drain and set aside to cool. 2 Select Saut and saut the onion in 30ml olive oil until soft, add cumin and continue frying for another 30 seconds to develop the flavour. Turn the pressure cooker off and allow to cool. 3 Add 80ml olive oil, vinegar, crushed garlic, salt and pepper, lentils and chopped coriander. Allow to sit for 20 minutes. Taste and season as needed with additional salt, pepper and more vinegar if needed. Remove from the cooking pot. 4 Degorge the aubergine with a little salt. Select Saut and saut in a little olive oil until golden, then roast in the oven at 200C for 15 min, to cook through. To serve, toss the lentil salad with the mint and place on a platter. Garnish with the feta and the roasted aubergine.
LENTIL AND AUBERGINE SALAD

Serves 4 1

1 10ml 1 5ml 150ml 60ml
cup dry lentils bay leaf whole garlic clove, peeled and bruised fresh oregano, bruised small red onion, diced ground cumin olive oil red wine vinegar

TOMATO AND LEMON RISOTTO

Serves cups 15ml 2 cups 3 /4 cup 10ml chicken or vegetable stock extra virgin olive oil large onion, finely chopped stalk celery, chopped Arborio rice dry white wine brown sugar juice from 1 medium lemon rind from 1 medium lemon tomato puree (small tin) butter, cut into blocks grated Parmesan freshly ground black pepper, to taste
PRAWN AND CHORIZO RISOTTO
Serves 6 chorizo sausage, sliced olive oil, for frying 1 small onion, chopped 1 stalk celery, chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed chilli to taste, finely chopped 1 small tin Italian tomatoes, chopped 2 cups Arborio rice 1 /2 cup dry white wine 5 cups chicken or vegetable stock 800g-1kg prawns, peeled and de-veined 45ml parsley, chopped 30g butter 45ml grated Parmesan salt, freshly ground black pepper and sugar, to taste freshly squeezed lemon juice, to taste 1 Select Saut and saut the chorizo sausage in a little olive oil until nicely coloured. Set aside. 2 Saut the onion in a little more olive oil. When almost soft, add the celery, chilli and garlic, continue cooking until vegetables are soft but not brown. Add the chopped tomatoes and allow to cook down to a paste, 10 - 15 minutes. Add the rice and stir until translucent. 3 Add the wine, simmer on the Saut function until evaporated. Add 41/2 cups of the stock and a pinch of salt. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 4 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 4 Add the remaining 1/2 cup stock and the prawns. Select Saut and simmer for approximately 5 minutes until the rice is al dente. Add the chorizo, chopped parsley, butter and Parmesan. Adjust seasoning with salt, pepper, sugar and 125g

115ml 60g 1 cup

1 Heat the stock. 2 Select Saut and saut the onion and celery in the olive oil for about 3 minutes, until the onion is translucent and softened. 3 Add the rice and saut for 2 - 3 minutes. When the rice is translucent, add the wine, stir until the alcohol has evaporated and the liquid is absorbed. 4 Add 41/2 cups of the stock, sugar, lemon juice, lemon rind and tomato puree and give it a stir. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 4 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Natural Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 5 Select Saut and bring to the simmer. Add the remaining 1/2 cup stock, stir in the butter, cheese, and pepper to taste and simmer for 3-4 minutes stirring continuously. Serve immediately.

lemon juice to taste. Serve immediately.
chopped mushrooms. Select Saut and simmer for approximately 5 minutes until the rice is al dente. Add the butter and Parmesan. Adjust seasoning to taste with salt, pepper and more lemon juice.

MUSHROOM RISOTTO

Serves 6 500g mushrooms (one type or a mixture) olive oil, for frying salt and pepper thyme, chopped parsley, chopped small onion, chopped stalk celery cloves garlic, crushed chilli to taste, finely chopped Arborio rice dry white wine chicken or vegetable stock butter grated Parmesan salt, freshly ground black pepper and lemon juice to taste

PEA AND MINT RISOTTO

Serves 6 60g cups 2 cups 5 cups 5ml 45ml butter onion, chopped stalk celery, chopped clove garlic, crushed Arborio rice frozen peas chicken or vegetable stock mint, chopped grated Parmesan salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
30ml 15ml cups 1 /2 cup 5 cups 30g 45ml
1 Select Saut and saut the onion in 30g butter. When almost soft, add the celery and garlic, continue cooking until vegetables are soft but not brown. Add the rice and stir until translucent. 2 Add 41/2 cups of the stock. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 4 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 3 Add the remaining 1/2 cup stock and the peas. Select Saut and simmer for approximately 5 minutes until the rice is al dente. Add the remaining 30g butter, mint and Parmesan. Adjust seasoning to taste with salt and pepper.
1 Slice the mushrooms thinly. Select Saut and saut in 15ml olive oil. When almost cooked add thyme and 1 clove of garlic and continue cooking. Season with salt, pepper, parsley and lemon juice. 2 Remove the mushrooms, chop roughly and set aside. 3 Saut the onions in a little more olive oil. When almost soft, add the celery, chilli and remaining garlic, continue cooking until vegetables are soft but not brown. Add the rice and stir until translucent. 4 Add the wine, simmer on the Saut function until evaporated. Add 41/2 cups of the stock. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 4 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 5 Add the remaining

chutney to taste. POULTRY Serve with pasta sprinkled with grated Parmesan cheese.

MUSHROOM PASTA SAUCE

BURMESE CHICKEN CURRY
Serves 2 40ml olive oil, for frying onions, chopped cloves garlic, finely chopped fresh ginger, grated a little red chilli, finely chopped seeds from 6 cardamom pods 10ml turmeric 20ml paprika 10-15ml Thai red curry paste 2 small lemons 1 tin (400g) coconut cream 1 tin chopped tomatoes sea salt, to taste 8 chicken thighs, with or without skin To serve Coriander, lemon wedges, Basmati rice, popadoms, chutney, cucumber mixed with yoghurt and mint. 1 If the chicken has skin on, select Saut and brown the skin in a little olive oil. Set aside. 2 Saut the onion in a little oil until soft. Add the garlic, ginger and chilli. 3 Crush cardamom seeds with a mortar and pestle or chop with a knife. Add with the turmeric, paprika and curry paste to the onion. Saut for another couple of minutes. 4 Peel and segment the lemons. Add the segments, coconut cream, tomatoes and a little salt to the spice mixture, and stir them in well. Bring to the boil and simmer for 5 minutes. 5 Add chicken to the curry. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 20 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the
Serves 2 500g 100ml 250ml 250ml 40ml olive oil, for frying onion, finely chopped cloves garlic, crushed mushrooms, sliced (one type or a mixture) white wine cream (may be replaced with 250ml milk) milk cornflour, slaked in 50ml milk or water salt and black pepper, to taste parsley, chopped
1 Select Saut and saut the onion in a little olive oil until soft. 2 Add garlic and mushrooms. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 2 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 3 Add white wine. Select Saut and reduce until the wine has almost evaporated. 4 Add cream and milk and bring to the simmer, still on Saut function. Add slaked cornflour and simmer until thick. Season well and add parsley. Serve with pasta topped with Parmesan cheese and sprinkled with Italian parsley.
pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 6 Adjust seasoning and serve with lime wedges, basmati rice, popadoms, chutney and cucumber mixed with a little yoghurt and mint.
3 Select Saut and saut the onion in a little oil until soft. 4 Add the chorizo and toss these around for a minute or two until it has taken on some colour. 5 Add the peppers, garlic, sun dried tomatoes, stock, wine, tomato pure paprika and the chicken pieces. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 20 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 6 Remove chicken and add the slaked cornflour. Select Saut and simmer for 1-2 minutes until thick. Season with salt and pepper, then pour over the chicken. 7 Sprinkle with herbs and scatter the olives and segments of orange over the top. Serve with rice. (See page 5)

TORTELLINI WITH CHICKEN AND ASPARAGUS

Serves 55g

4 45ml 10ml 500ml 500g 2 125ml 10ml 40g 125ml
rashers bacon butter onion, grated chicken breast fillets, finely sliced parsley, chopped dried tarragon chicken stock cheese tortellini bunches asparagus, cut into 2 cm pieces cream corn flour butter Parmesan cheese, grated parsley sprigs to garnish

CHICKEN AND RICE

Serves 4 30ml cups 1 tin 21/2 cups 1 sachet olive oil chicken breast fillets rice cream of mushroom soup water cheese sauce powder
1 Select Saut and heat oil. Add chicken and brown on both sides. 2 Add the rice, mushroom soup and water and stir. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 12 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away
1 Select Saut and saut the bacon for 2 minutes. Add 55g butter and onions and saut for another 2 minutes.
from you to allow steam to disperse. 3 Sprinkle over the cheese sauce powder, and stir well. Serve garnished with parsley

GINGER SOY CHICKEN

Serves 2 - 3 500g 125g skinless, boneless chicken thighs mushrooms, sliced onion, sliced stalks celery, sliced soy sauce water brown sugar chilli flakes (optional) ginger, grated toasted sesame seeds

HUNGARIAN CHICKEN

Serves 4 15ml 10ml 125ml 1 125ml 5ml 180g oil chicken pieces small onion, finely chopped hot paprika, preferably Hungarian chicken stock medium tomato, peeled and coarsely chopped sour cream corn flour tagliatelle, cooked, drained and tossed in butter
2 125ml 200ml 45ml pinch 30ml 5ml
1 Select Saut and heat the oil. Brown the chicken pieces in the oil in batches. Set aside. 2 Saut the onion until soft. Return the chicken to the pressure cooker and add paprika, stock and tomatoes. 3 Select Low Pressure and set the timer for 12 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Natural Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 4 Mix the sour cream and corn flour together, add to the pressure cooker. Select Saut and simmer until thickened. 5 Spread warm tagliatelle on a serving platter. Arrange the chicken over the noodles and pour the sauce over the top.

GREEK LAMB AND BUTTERBEAN STEW
Serves 4 - 5 1kg 500g 300ml 200ml 250ml 20ml 50ml lamb goulash olive oil for frying baby onions, peeled cloves garlic, crushed bay leaf a few thyme sprigs beef, lamb or chicken stock red wine butter beans, soaked overnight cornflour slaked in 35ml water parsley, chopped

SAMP AND BEANS (UMQUSHU)

Serves 6 11/2 cups 3 /4 cup

100 g 30ml 1 med

1 large
samp sugar beans beef stock cube meaty bones holsum cooking fat carrot, sliced stalk celery, sliced potato, roughly diced salt and pepper, to taste
1 Select Saut and brown the lamb pieces in a little olive oil, set aside. 2 Brown the baby onions in a little more olive oil. Add garlic, bay leaf, thyme, stock, wine and lamb. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 20 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 3 Add the drained butter beans. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 20 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. Remove from the pressure cooker. The meat and beans should be soft. 4 Thicken sauce by adding slaked cornflour, select Simmer and bringing to a simmer. Season and serve garnished with chopped parsley.
1 Place samp, sugar beans, beef stock cube and meaty bones into the cooking pot and cover with water. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 30 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 2 Add the vegetables, holsum fat and 2 cups water. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 15 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 3 Season with salt and pepper to taste.

MOROCCAN LAMB SHANKS

SPOON LAMB
Serves 10ml 15ml 5ml 10ml 21/2 ml 21/2 ml 2 60ml 75ml 4 small 125ml 300ml onion, chopped oil, for frying ground cumin paprika freshly ground black pepper ground coriander cayenne pepper turmeric cloves garlic, finely chopped lemon juice fresh coriander, finely chopped lamb shanks (they must fit into the pressure cooker) red wine lamb or beef stock

small dried white beans or chickpeas lamb shanks flour salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste olive oil onion, sliced cloves garlic, crushed dry red wine sun dried tomatoes rosemary, chopped (or 5ml dried) Worcestershire sauce beef stock corn flour, slaked in 40ml water flat leaf parsley, chopped tagliatelle, cooked
1 Soak beans in water overnight, drain and set aside. 2 Combine flour, salt and freshly ground black pepper. Dust lamb shanks in the seasoned flour. Select Saut and brown the shanks in the oil. Set aside. 3 Saut the onions and garlic for 2 minutes. Add the shanks, beans, red wine, sundried tomatoes, rosemary, Worcestershire sauce and stock. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 55 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 4 Remove the meat and beans. Skim fat from surface of the sauce. Select simmer, and reduce by half. Add the slaked corn flour and simmer for 1-2 minutes. 5 Remove the meat from the bones. Discard the bones and stir the meat and beans into sauce mixture. Sprinkle with parsley. Serve over tagliatelle.

LAMB STEW

Serves 4 15ml 1kg 65ml 1 tin 30ml 15ml 15ml 2 olive oil lamb goulash medium onions, sliced cloves garlic, crushed red wine vinegar or balsamic chopped tomatoes tomato paste basil, chopped (or 5ml dried) oregano, chopped (or 5ml dried) bay leaves salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste red pepper, thickly sliced green pepper, thickly sliced parsley, chopped

DESSERTS

POACHED PLUMS WITH ALMONDS
Serves 300ml or 3 50g 71/2 ml 15g perfect firm dark red skinned plums, approx. 750g red wine vanilla pod cassia or cinnamon sticks castor sugar cornflour flaked almonds, toasted until golden
1 Place the castor sugar and red wine in the pressure cooker. 2 Wash the plums and remove any stalks. Place the plums with the cassia or cinnamon and vanilla pods in a single layer in the pressure cooker, stalk side uppermost. 3 Select High Pressure and set the timer for 2 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 4 Turn over the plums. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 2 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. They should still be firm enough to hold their shape, but cooked through. 5 Remove plums from the pressure cooker and place in a single layer in a clean baking dish. Select Saut and bring the liquid to the boil. Simmer for 10 minutes to reduce and allow the flavours to infuse. 6 Slake the cornflour in 20ml cold water, whisk into the hot cooking liquid. Select Saut and bring the mixture back to the boil whisking continuously until thickened and glossy.

1 Select Saut and heat the oil. Brown the lamb in the oil in batches. Set aside. 2 Saut onions and garlic until onions are soft, about 2 minutes. 3 Add the vinegar and stir for 1 to 2 minutes. 4 Add the lamb, tomatoes, tomato paste, basil, oregano, bay leaves, 250ml water, salt and pepper to taste. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 25 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 5 Add the red and green peppers. Select Saut and simmer, for 15 minutes until sauce has thickened and peppers have cooked. Stir in the parsley and adjust seasonings before serving.
7 Pour sauce over the plums. Toss the almond flakes over the top. Serve hot, warm or chilled with Greek yoghurt, cream or ice cream. 6

QUINCE CRUMBLE

Serves 4 - 6 poached quinces

POACHED QUINCES

1 Slice poached quinces and place into a shallow ovenproof dish. Crumble: 100g 5ml pinch pinch 50g 50g 100g 30g cake flour cinnamon nutmeg salt oats sticky brown sugar butter finely chopped pecan or hazelnuts
Serves 4 - whole quinces, picked with stem and leaf if possible /2 litres water 250ml sugar juice of 3 lemons 2 cinnamon sticks 1 Select Saut and heat the sugar and water, stirring continuously until the sugar has dissolved. 2 Peel and halve the quinces, scoop out the pips and hard core. Place in the sugar syrup with the lemon juice and cinnamon sticks. 3 Select High Pressure and set the timer for 45 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. The quinces should be bright pink. 4 Remove the quinces and place in a serving dish. Select Saut and simmer to reduce the poaching liquid by half. Pour the liquid (syrup) over the quinces. Serve with whipped cream.

1 Mix the chocolate crumbs and melted butter together. Press into bottom of an 18cm (7 inch), greased springform tin. Place in freezer until ready to use. 2 Beat cream cheese & sugar until smooth. Beat in eggs, one at a time. Beat in the cream & vanilla. 3 Melt the coffee, chocolate chips and coffee liqueur over a low heat, stirring continuously. Beat into the cheese mixture. 4 Pour the mixture into the prepared crust. 5 Place the rack in the pressure cooker cooking pot. Place a large round, metal cookie cutter on top, add water to just under the top of the cookie cutter. 6 Using a folded strip of foil, lower the cheesecake onto the cookie cutter. (fold the foil ends back so you can use it to remove the cake later)
7 Select High Pressure and set the timer for 12 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Natural Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 8 Remove the cheesecake, using the foil strip. If there is any condensed water on the cake, blot with paper towel. 9 Cover and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight. Serve each slice with a dollop of whipped cream if desired.

RASPBERRY AND APPLE JAM

250g 250g 500g
grated apple flesh raspberries sugar
1 Sterilise 2 x 500g honey jars. Wash and dry the jars. Place them in a cold oven and set the temperature to 180C. Once the oven reaches 180C, allow 15 minutes before removing the jars. 2 Place the sugar on a baking sheet and warm gently for minutes in the oven. 3 Wash apples, place wet into the pressure cooker. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 4 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 4 Add the raspberries to the apples. Select Saut and bring to the simmer. Select Simmer and add the hot sugar, stir until completely dissolved. 5 Select High Pressure and set the timer for 3 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. 6 Test to see if it has set by putting a teaspoonful of jam on a chilled saucer. It should wrinkle when pressed with the finger. 7 Skim any scum off the top with a slotted spoon. Pour the jam into the warm sterilized jars filling to within 8mm of the top. Seal immediately and store in a cool, dry place.

MARMALADE

MANGO CHUTNEY

1kg 1 800ml 1,8kg

oranges lemon water sugar - warmed
1 Sterilise 4 x 500g honey jars. Wash and dry the jars. Place them in a cold oven and set the temperature to 180C. Once the oven reaches 180C, allow 15 minutes before removing the jars. 2 Squeeze the juice from the oranges and lemon. Tie the pulp and pips in a muslin bag. 3 Remove as much pith off the peels as you can, then cut the peel into thin strips. 4 Place the peel, juice and muslin bag into 800ml water, leave in the fridge overnight. 5 Place mixture into the pressure cooker. Select High Pressure and set the timer for 35 minutes. When audible beep sounds, use Quick Pressure Release to release pressure. When the float valve drops, turn the pressure cooker off. Remove the lid carefully, tilting away from you to allow steam to disperse. The fruit should be completely soft. 6 Discard the muslin bag, but first squeeze out all the liquid by pressing it between 2 large metal spoons (so you dont burn your hands) 7 Add warmed sugar and stir until dissolved. Select Saut and bring to the simmer. Simmer for 5-10 minutes until setting point is reached. 8 Pour the marmalade into the warm sterilised jars. Seal immediately and store in a cool, dry place.

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FAVORIT 60860

Dishwasher User information

Dear Customer,

Please read this user information carefully and keep it to refer to later. Please pass the user information on to any future owner of the appliance.
The following symbols are used in the text: Safety instructions Warning! Information that affects your personal safety. Important! Information that prevents damage to the appliance. Useful tips and hints Environmental information

Contents

Operating Instructions.
Safety. Diagram of Appliance. Control Panel. 5 5
Prior to Using for the First Time. 8 Setting the Water Softener. 8 Adding dishwasher Salt. 10 Filling Up with Rinse Aid. 11 In daily use. Loading cutlery and dishes. Adjusting the Height of the Upper Basket. Adding Detergent. Using 3in1 detergents. Selecting the dishwashing cycle (Cycle Table). Starting a Dishwashing Cycle. Setting the Delay Timer. Switching Off the dishwasher. 26
Care and cleaning. 27 What to do if. 30 Remedying small malfunctions. 30 If the Dishwashing Results are not Satisfactory. 32 Disposal. 33 Technical data. 34 Notes for Test Institutes. 35
Installation and connection instructions.
Safety Information for the Installation. 37 Installing the Dishwasher. 38 Connecting the dishwasher. 40 Electrical Connection. 43
Warranty conditions. Service and Spare Parts

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Operating Instructions 1 Safety
Prior to using for the first time
Follow the Instructions for installation and connection.

Correct Use

The dishwasher is only intended for washing domestic dishes. Additions or modifications to the dishwasher are not permitted. Use only special salt, detergent and rinse aid suitable for domestic dishwashers. Do not put any solvents in the dishwasher. This could cause an explosion.

Child Safety

Keep packaging away from children. There is a risk of suffocation. Children often do not recognise the hazards associated with electrical appliances. Dont allow children to use the dishwasher unsupervised. Make sure that children and pets dont climb into the dishwasher. Could endanger life! Dishwasher detergents can cause chemical burns to the eyes, mouth and throat. Could endanger life! Comply with the safety instructions of the dishwasher detergent manufacturer. The water in the dishwasher is not for drinking. Risk of chemical burns.

General Safety

Repairs to the dishwasher are only to be carried out by qualified/authorised service engineers. When the dishwasher is not being used, switch it off and shut off the water tap. Never unplug the appliance by pulling on the cable. Always pull the plug. Ensure that the door of the dishwasher is always closed when it is not being loaded or unloaded. In this way you will avoid anybody tripping over the open door and hurting themselves. Never sit or stand on the open door. If the dishwasher is located in a room where there may be a frost, remove the connection hose from the tap after each use of the dishwasher. 4

Diagram of Appliance

Ceiling spray arm
Upper basket spray arm and lower spray arm Water softener unit. Salt Container Detergent Dispenser Rinse aid dispenser

Rating plate Filters

Control Panel

ON/OFF button

Programme buttons

Function buttons

The ON/OFF button is used to turn the dishwasher on and off. The Programme buttons are used to select the desired dishwashing cycle. Function buttons: In addition to the pre-set dishwashing cycle, the following functions can also be set using these buttons:
Function button 1 Function button 2 Function button 3 Set the water softener Activates/deactivates rinse aid dispenser when 3in1 on - not programmed -

The rinse aid inflow is only affected, if the 3in1 function is selected.

Multi-display

Programme progress display Control indicators

Set delay timer

Select 3 in1 function
The multi-display can indicate: the level of hardness to which the water softener is set. whether the rinse aid dispenser has been activated/deactivated. the start delay that has been set. the estimated time remaining for the current dishwashing cycle. what type of error has occurred with the dishwasher. Programme progress display: The current stage of the programme is always shown in the programme progress display. The control indicators have the following meanings:
SALT 1) RINSE AID 1) WATER FILTER DOOR Refill with special salt Refill with rinse aid Turn on the tap Clean the dishwasher's filter system The door of the dishwasher is open
1) These control indicators are never illuminated while a dishwashing cycle is running.
Prior to Using for the First Time 3
If you wish to use 3 in 1 detergent: First read the section Using 3in1 detergents. Do not fill up with special salt or rinse aid. If you do not use 3in1 detergent, before using for the first time 1. Set the water softener 2. Fill up with dishwasher salt 3. Fill up with rinse aid
Setting the Water Softener
The water softener must be set manually and electronically: To avoid scale deposits on the dishes and in the dishwasher, the dishes must be washed with soft water, i.e. water with a low lime content. The water softener must be set according to the table to the water hardness in the area where you live. Your local water company will be able to give you information about the water hardness in your area. The dishwasher must be switched off. Setting manually: 1. Open the dishwasher door. 2. Remove the lower basket from the dishwasher. 3. Turn water hardness dial on the left wall of the dishwasher interior to O or 1 (see table).
Setting electronically: 1. Press the ON/OFF button. If the LED indicator of only one programme button is illuminated, this wash programme has been activated. The wash programme must be deselected: Press function buttons 1 and 2 simultaneously for approx. 2 seconds. The LED indicators of all the programme buttons that can be selected will illuminate. 2. Press function buttons 1 and 2 simultaneously and hold them down. The LED indicators for function buttons 1 to 3 will flash. 3. Press function button 1. The LED indicator for function button 1 will flash. The multi-display will indicate the hardness setting. 4. Pressing function button 1 increases the hardness setting by 1. (Exception: hardness setting 1 follows hardness setting 10). 5. When the hardness setting is correct, press the ON/OFF button. The hardness setting is now saved. If the water softener is set electronically to 1, this switches off the control indicator for dishwasher salt.
Water hardness in d1) 51 - - - - - - - - - 10 below 4 in mmol/l2) 9,0 - 12,5 7,6 - 8,9 6,5 - 7,5 5,1 - 6,4 4,0 - 5,0 3,3 - 3,9 2,6 - 3,2 1,9 - 2,5 0,7 - 1,8 below 0.7 Range Adjusting the hardness setting Manual Electronic 103) 5 4* 0* 1 no salt necessary Indication on the multi-display

10L. 9L 8L 7L 6L 5L 4L 3L 2L 1L

III II I/II I

1) (d) German degree, measure of the hardness of water 2) [mmol/l] millimol per litre, international unit for water hardness 3) On this setting the length of the dishwashing cycle may be slightly longer. *) factory setting

Adding dishwasher Salt

To decalcify the water softener, it must be filled up with dishwasher salt. Use only special salt suitable for domestic dishwashers. If you do not use 3 in1 detergent, fill up with dishwasher salt: Before using the dishwasher for the first time. When the control indicator for dishwasher salt is illuminated on the control panel. 1. Open the door and remove the lower basket. 2. Unscrew the lid on the salt dispenser by turning it anti-clockwise. 3. Only when using the dishwasher for the first time: Fill the salt dispenser with water. 4. Place the funnel (supplied) over the dispenser opening. Fill the dispenser with dishwasher salt; the capacity of the dispenser is approx. 1.0-1.5 kg, depending on the size of the grains. Do not overfill the dispenser. If water overflows when filling up with dishwasher salt, this is completely harmless. 5. Clean away any salt remnants from the dispenser opening. 6. Screw the lid back on in a clockwise direction. 7. Run a dishwashing cycle after filling the salt dispenser with dishwasher salt. This will wash away salt water and salt crystals that have been spilt. Depending on the size of the salt granules, it can take several hours for the salt to dissolve in the water and for the control indicator for dishwasher salt to go out.
Filling Up with Rinse Aid
Rinse aid causes the rinse water to flow easily from the crockery leaving gleaming dishes and glassware. If you do not use 3in1 detergent, fill up with rinse aid: Before using the dishwasher for the first time. When the control indicator for rinse aid is illuminated on the control panel. Use only special rinse aid for dishwashers. 1. Open the door. The rinse aid compartment is located on the inside of the dishwasher door. 2. Press the release button on the rinse aid compartment. 3. Open the cover.
4. Pour rinse aid in slowly right up to the broken max line; this corresponds to a volume of approx. 140 ml when full. 5. Press the lid shut until it clicks into place. 6. Wipe up any spilt rinse aid with a cloth. Otherwise there will be too much foam when rinsing.
Setting the Amount of Rinse Aid Required
Only change the amount dispensed, if smears, milky spots (reduce the amount) or dried on water spots (increase the amount) can be seen on glasses and dishes. (See section If dishwashing results are not satisfactory.) The dosage can be set from 1-6. The dosage is pre-set to 4 in the factory. 1. Open the dishwasher door. 2. Press the release button on the rinse aid compartment. 3. Open the cover. 4. Set the dosage level. 5. Press the lid shut until it clicks into place. 6. If rinse aid has leaked out, wipe it away with a cloth.

Loading cutlery

Warning: Sharp knives and other items of cutlery with sharp edges must be laid in the cutlery rack or in the upper basket to avoid the risk of injury. To ensure that all items of cutlery in the cutlery basket can be reached by the water, you should: 1.Place the grid insert on the cut- 2.Place forks and spoons in the lery basket cutlery basket's grid insert with their handles pointing downwards.
For larger utensils, such as whisks, leave off one half of the cutlery grid. The cutlery basket can be opened out. Always make sure that you put your hand around both parts of the twopart handle when removing it from the dishwasher. 1. Place the cutlery basket on a table or work surface. 2. Open out the two-part handle. 3. Remove cutlery.
Loading / Unloading lower basket and upper basket
To load and unload, pull out or push in the upper and lower baskets in the middle using the handle on the front of the basket.

Pots, Pans, Large Plates

Load larger and heavily soiled dishes and pans in the lower basket. (Max. diameter for plates 29 cm).
To make it easier to load larger dishes, all rear plate rests in the lower basket can be folded down.
Cups, Glasses, Coffee Service
Load smaller, fragile crockery and long, sharp cutlery in the upper basket. Arrange items of crockery on and under the folding cup racks so that they are offset from each other and water can reach all items.
The cup racks can be folded up out of the way for tall crockery items. Lay or hang wine and brandy glasses in the slots in the cup racks.
For glasses with long stems, fold the glass rack to the right, otherwise fold it away to the left.
The row of spikes on the left of the upper basket is also in two parts and can be folded away. Spikes not folded away: place glasses, mugs etc. in the upper basket. Spikes folded away: More room for serving dishes.
Adjusting the Height of the Upper Basket
Maximum height of dishes in the Upper basket with upper basket raised with upper basket lowered 22 cm 24 cm Lower basket 30 cm 29 cm
The height of the baskets can also be adjusted when they are loaded. Raising / Lowering the upper basket 1. Pull out the upper basket completely. 2. Holding the upper basket by the handle, raise it as far as it will go and then lower it vertically. The upper basket will latch into the lower or the upper position.

Adding Detergent

Detergents remove the dirt from dishes and cutlery. The detergent must be added before the cycle starts.
Only use detergent intended for domestic dishwashers. The detergent compartment is located on the inside of the door. 1. If the lid is closed: Press the release button. The lid will spring open. 2. Place the detergent in the detergent dispenser. The markings indicate the dosing levels for powder detergents: 20/30 corresponds to approx. 20/30 ml of detergent. Follow the manufacturers instructions with regard to dosing and storage. 3. Close the lid and press until it locks into place. In the case of very heavily soiled dishes, fill the adjoining compartment (1) with additional detergent. This detergent comes into use during the pre-wash cycle.

Concentrated detergents

Todays detergents for dishwashers are almost exclusively low-alkaline concentrated detergents with natural enzymes in tablet or powder form. Using 50C dishwashing cycles in conjunction with these concentrated detergents reduces pollution and is good for your dishes, as these dishwashing cycles are specially matched to the dirt-dissolving properties of the enzymes in concentrated detergents. It is for this reason that using 50 C dishwashing cycles in conjunction with concentrated detergents can achieve the same cleaning results that can otherwise only be achieved using 65 C cycles.

Detergent tablets

Detergent tablets from different manufacturers dissolve at different rates. For this reason, some detergent tablets do not attain their full cleaning power during short cycles. Therefore please use dishwashing cycles with pre-wash when using detergent tablets.

Using 3in1 detergents

These products are detergents with a combined cleaning, rinsing and salt function. When the 3in1 function is activated, the addition of special salt and rinse aid from the respective dispenser is prevented. If the salt and rinse aid dispensers are empty, this is not indicated. If you want to use 3in1 detergents, check whether these detergents are suitable for your water hardness. (Follow the manufacturers instructions.) If you want to use 3in1 products 1. Press the ON/OFF button. 2. Press the 3 IN 1 button. The button indicator lights up: 3in1 function is selected. Before the start of the dishwashing cycle put 3in1 detergent in the detergent dispenser. As the rinse aid inflow is automatically switched off when the 3in1 function is activated, it may come about because of the different quality standards in the 3in1 detergent, that the dishes do not dry sufficiently. If this happens, proceed as follows (see section Adding rinse aid): Fill up the dispenser (if this is empty) with rinse aid. Set rinse aid dosage to 2 mechanically. Activate rinse aid inflow. If you do not want to use 3in1 products any more If you want to stop using 3in1 products, please do the following: Deactivate the 3in1 function. Fill up the dispensers for salt and rinse aid again. Switch the water softener to the highest setting and perform up to three normal cycles without loading any dishes. Then set the water softener to the water hardness in your area.

Interrupting or Cancelling a dishwashing cycle
Interrupt a dishwashing cycle that is in progress if it is absolutely necessary.
Interrupting the dishwashing programme by opening the dishwasher door Hot steam may escape when the door is opened. There is a risk of scalding.
1. Open the door carefully. The dishwashing cycle will stop. 2. Close the door. The cycle will continue. Cancelling the wash programme 1. Press function buttons 1 and 2 and hold them down. The LED indicators of all the programme buttons that can be selected will illuminate. 2. Release the function buttons. The wash programme has been cancelled. 3. If you want to start a new wash programme, check whether there is any detergent in the dispenser. 4. Switch off using the ON/OFF button. Turning off the dishwasher will only interrupt a selected dishwashing cycle, not cancel it. The cycle will recommence after turning the dishwasher back on again.

Setting the Delay Timer

With the delay timer you can delay the start of a dishwashing cycle for between 1 and 19 hours. 1. Press the Delay Timer button repeatedly until the multi-display shows the desired time delay, for example 12h, if the cycle is to start in 12 hours. The Delay Timer indicator is illuminated. 2. Select dishwashing cycle. 3. The time remaining to the start of the cycle is continuously displayed (e. g. 12h, 11h, 10h, 1h etc.). To change the time delay: As long as the cycle has not yet started, you can still change the setting by pressing the DELAY TIMER button. Cancelling the time delay: Press the Delay Timer button repeatedly until the length of the selected cycle appears in the multi-display. The selected dishwashing cycle will begin immediately. To change a dishwashing cycle As long as the cycle has not yet started, you can still change the dishwashing cycle. First cancel the dishwashing cycle, then re-set the time delay, lastly select the new dishwashing cycle.
Switching Off the dishwasher
Only switch the dishwasher off when the multi-display indicates 0 for the cycle time remaining and the end of programme indicator is illuminated. With some dishwashing cycles, the drying fan continues to run even after the end of the cycle. 1. Press the ON/OFF button. All display indicators will go out. 2. Turn off the water tap. Carefully open the door. Hot steam may escape. Hot dishes are sensitive to knocks. Therefore leave the dishes to cool for about 15 minutes before removing them. You also get a better drying result.

Removing the Dishes

It is normal for the inner door and the dispensers to be damp. Empty the lower basket first, then the upper basket. This way you avoid dripping water from the upper basket onto dishes in the lower basket.

Care and cleaning 1

Do not use furniture care products or aggressive cleaners. When necessary, clean the dishwashers controls with a soft cloth. Occasionally check the internal dispensers, door seal and water inlet filter (if fitted) for dirt and clean them, if necessary.

Cleaning the filters

The filters must be regularly checked and cleaned. Dirty filters will spoil the wash results. 1. Open the door and remove the lower basket. 2. Turn the handle about of a turn anticlockwise (A) and remove the filter system (B).
3. Grasp the grip hole on the fine filter (1) and remove it from the micro-filter (2). 4. Clean all filters thoroughly under running water.
5. Remove the flat filter (3) from the base of the washing compartment and clean both surfaces thoroughly. 6. Re-insert the flat filter. 7. Place the fine filter in the micro-filter and fit the two together. 8. Insert the filter system in place and lock it by turning the handle clockwise as far as it will go. Ensure that the flat filter does not protrude above the base of the washing compartment. Under no circumstances may the dishwasher be used without its filters.
Cleaning the spray arm jets
Regularly check the jets in the spray arms for blockages. When cleaning is necessary, remove spray arm from the fixture and clean jets with a pointed object (wire or needle). Then rinse out the spray arm using a strong jet of water. Do not damage the jet opening.
Upper basket spray arm 1. To remove upper basket spray arm, tilt it down hard. 2. Clean spray arms jets.
3. Place cleaned upper basket spray arm back in position against the connecting piece: press the two together firmly, until you feel them snap into place.
Bottom spray arm 1. To remove bottom spray arm, pull it upwards out of its catch. 2. Clean spray arm jets. 3. Place bottom spray arm back in position against connecting piece and press down firmly, until you feel it snap into place.

What to do if.

Remedying small malfunctions
If one of the following fault codes is displayed in the multi-display during operation: Fault code 10 (Problems with water inlet), Fault code 20 (Problems with water drainage), please have a look at the following table. When the fault is remedied, press the button for the cycle that has started. The cycle will continue. With other fault codes ( followed by a number): Abort the dishwashing cycle. Switch the appliance off and on again. Re-set the dishwashing cycle. If the fault is displayed again, please contact your local Service Force Centre and inform them of the fault code.
Malfunction Possible cause Water tap is blocked with limescale or faulty. The tap is turned off. The cycle indicator for the selected dishwashing cycle is flashing: the control indicator WATER is lit, fault code 10 is displayed in the multi-display (Problems with water inlet). Remedy Check the water tap and have it repaired if necessary. Turn the tap on.

This appliance conforms with the following EU Directives: 73/23/EEC dated 19.02.1973 Low Voltage Directive 89/336/EEC dated 03.05.1989 EMC Directive inclusive of Amending Directive 92/31/EEC 93/68/EEC dated 22.07.1993 CE Marking Directive
Notes for Test Institutes
Testing in accordance with EN 60704 must be carried out with the appliance fully loaded and using the test cycle (see Cycle Table). Tests in accordance with EN 50242 must be carried out when the salt dispenser in the water softener and the rinse aid dispenser have been filled with salt and rinse aid respectively, and using the test cycle (see Cycle Table).
Full load: 12 place settings including serving dishes Amount of detergent required: 5g + 25g (Type B) Rinse aid setting: Upper basket *) 4 (Type III) Half load: 6 place settings including serving dishes, leaving alternate positions in the rack free 20g (Type B) 4 (Type III)
Example loading arrangements:
*) If there are cup racks in place on the lefthand side or the cutlery tray is in place, remove them.
Lower basket with cutlery basket *)

Cutlery basket

*) If there are cup racks in place on the lefthand side or if beer glass holders are in place, remove them.
Installation and connection instructions 1 Safety Information for the Installation
Only transport the dishwasher in an upright position, otherwise salt water may run out. Before using the dishwasher for the first time, check for any damage caused in transport. Do not under any circumstances connect an appliance that is damaged. In the case of damage, please contact your supplier. Never use the dishwasher if the mains cable, water inlet or drain hose are damaged; or if the control panel, work top or plinth area are damaged such that the inside of the appliance is freely accessible. Always plug the mains plug into a correctly installed shockproof socket. Permanent connection: a permanent connection must only be installed by a trained electrician. Prior to using the appliance for the first time, ensure that the rated voltage and type of supply on the rating plate match that of the supply where the appliance is to be installed. The fuse rating is also to be found on the rating plate. Multi-way plugs / connectors and extension cables must not be used. This could constitute a fire hazard through overheating. The dishwashers cable must only be replaced by a Service Force Engineer. A water inlet hose with safety valve must only be replaced by a Service Force Engineer.
Installing the Dishwasher
The dishwasher must be installed on a firm floor and adjusted to ensure that it is stable and level in all directions. To compensate for unevenness in the floor and to match the height of the appliance to that of surrounding units, extend the threaded feet using a screwdriver. The drain hose, inlet hose and mains cable must be laid so that they are able to move freely within the plinth area, and so that they are not kinked or crushed when the dishwasher is in position. The dishwasher must also be screwed tightly to the work surface or to the adjoining units. This is essential to ensure the dishwasher does not tip up.

Free-standing appliances

If the dishwasher is installed directly next to a cooker, a heat-insulating, non-flammable panel (laminated with aluminium foil on the side next to the cooker) must be fitted flush with the top edge of the work surface (depth 57.5 cm). If the appliance is built-in under a kitchen work surface, the worktop supplied with the dishwasher can be removed in the following way: 1. Unscrew the screws from the elbows at the rear (1). 2. Push the appliances worktop backwards about 1 cm (2).
3. Lift the worktop at the front (3) and remove it.
If the dishwasher is later used as a free-standing appliance, the work surface supplied with it must be re-mounted. The plinth on free-standing appliances is not adjustable.
Connecting the dishwasher
Connecting to the water supply
The dishwasher can be connected to cold and hot water supplies up to max. 60C. The dishwasher must not be connected to open hot water appliances or instantaneous water heaters.

Permitted water pressure

Lowest permitted water pressure: 1 bar (=10 N/cm2 =100 kPa) Highest permitted water pressure: 10 bar (=100 N/cm2 =1 MPa) Consult your plumber if the water pressure is less than 1 bar. If the water pressure is greater than 10 bar, a pressure reduction valve must be used (available from your dealer).
Connecting the inlet hose
The water inlet hose must not be kinked, crushed or entangled when it is being connected. Connect the threaded hose fitting (ISO 228-1:2000) on the water inlet hose to a tap with an external thread ( inch). The inlet hose is fitted with either a plastic or a metal nut: Only tighten the nut hand tight. Then do a visual check for water tightness. (Make sure that the tap is not dripping.) So that access to the tap in the kitchen is not restricted by the use of the dishwasher, we recommend installing an additional tap, or fitting a T-branch to the existing tap. If you need a longer water inlet hose than that supplied, the following VDE-approved complete hose sets are to be used. These are available from your local service centre.

Water drainage

Drain hose The drain hose must not be kinked, crushed or entangled. Connecting the drain hose: Maximum permitted height: 1 metre. Minimum required height: 40 cm above the bottom edge of the appliance. Extension hoses Extension hoses are available from your local Service Force Centre. To ensure that the function of the appliance is not impeded, the internal diameter of extension hoses must be 19 mm. Extension hoses must not be laid more than a maximum distance of 3 metres horizontally; the maximum permitted height for the connection for the drain hose is then 85 cm. Sink outlet connection The outlet of the drain hose ( 19 mm) fits all commonly available sink outlet types. The outer diameter of the sink outlet connection must be at least 15 mm. The drain hose must be fixed to the sink outlet connection using the hose clamp supplied. Water drainage if the dishwasher is built-in at high level If the dishwasher is installed at a high level, and the drain hose connection is less than 30 cm from the lower edge of the appliance, adapter kit ET 111099520 must be fitted by your local Service Force Centre.

Water drainage into sink (only possible with free-standing appliances) If you wish to hang the drain hose over the edge of a sink, use a detachable hose elbow. You can obtain this from Service Force by referring to spare part number ET 190. 1. Fit the elbow to the drain hose. 2. Secure the drain hose so that it cannot slide off the edge of the sink. Pass a piece of cord through the hose elbow and fix it to the wall or the tap.

Anti-flood system

For protection from water damage, the dishwasher is equipped with a anti-flood system. In the event of a fault, the safety valve in the water inlet hose immediately interrupts the supply of water to the appliance and the drain pump is activated. In this way water can neither escape nor overflow. The remaining water in the appliance is automatically pumped out.

Electrical Connection

Any electrical work required to install this appliance should be carried out by a qualified electrician or competent person. WARNING - This appliance must be earthed. The manufacturer declines any responsibility should these safety measures not be observed. Before switching on make sure the electricity supply voltage is the same as that indicated on the appliance rating plate. To isolate the dishwasher from the mains, remove the mains plug. Important: The plug must still be accessible after the appliance has been installed.

Changing a fuse

The appliance is supplied with a 13amp plug fitted. In the event of having to change the fuse in the plug supplied, a 13amp ASTA approved (BS 1363A) fuse must be used. Green & Yellow Should the plug need to be replaced for any reason, proceed as described below. The wires on the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code. Green and Yellow: Earth Blue: Neutral Brown: Live

Blue Brown

Cord Clamp
The wire coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter E or by the earth symbol or coloured green and yellow. The wire coloured blue must be connected to the terminal N or coloured black. The wire coloured brown must be connected to the terminal marked L or coloured red. Upon completion there must be no cut, or stray strands of wire present and the cord clamp must be secure over the outer sheath. WARNING! A cut off plug inserted into a 13 amp socket is a serious safety (shock) hazard. Ensure that, if it is necessary to cut off the plug, it is disposed of safely and not retained. 43

Connecting systems

The water inlet hose, drain hose and the mains cable must all be connected to the side of the dishwasher as there is no space for them behind the appliance.
2 connection pieces 45 or straight, outer 19 mm, length 30 mm double valve waterdrainage water inlet

waterinlet

mains cable
watermains socket drainage

Warranty conditions

Great Britain

Standard guarantee conditions We, AEG, undertake that if within 12 months of the date of the purchase this AEG appliance or any part thereof is proved to be defective by reason only of faulty workmanship or materials, we will, at our discretion repair or replace the same FREE OF CHARGE for labour, materials or carriage on condition that: The appliance has been correctly installed and used only on the electricity or gas supply stated on the rating plate. The appliance has been used for normal domestic purposes only, and in accordance with the manufacturer's operating and maintenance instructions. The appliance has not been serviced, maintained, repaired, taken apart or tampered with by any person not authorised by us. All service work under this guarantee must be undertaken by a Service Force Centre. Any appliance or defective part replaced shall become the Company's property. This guarantee is in addition to your statutory and other legal rights. Home visits are made between 8.30am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Visits may be available outside these hours in which case a premium will be charged. Exclusions This guarantee does not cover: Damage or calls resulting from transportation, improper use or neglect, the replacement of any light bulbs or removable parts of glass or plastic. Costs incurred for calls to put right an appliance which is improperly installed or calls to appliances outside the United Kingdom. Appliances found to be in use within a commercial environment, plus those which are subject to rental agreements. Products of AEG manufacture which are not marketed by AEG. European Guarantee If you should move to another country within Europe then your guarantee moves with you to your new home subject to the following qualifications: The guarantee starts from the date you first purchased your product. The guarantee is for the same period and to the same extent for labour and parts as exists in the new country of use for this brand or range of products. This guarantee relates to you and cannot be transferred to another user. Your new home is within the European Community (EC) or European Free Trade Area. The product is installed and used in accordance with our instructions and is only used domestically, i.e. a normal household. The product is installed taking into account regulations in your new country. Before you move please contact your nearest Customer Care centre, listed below, to give them details of your new home. They will then ensure that the local Service Organisation is aware of your move and able to look after you and your appliances. France Germany Italy Sweden UK Senlis Nrnberg Pordenone Stockholm Slough +33 (0) 29 +49 (0) 7378 +39 (0) +46 (0) 5360 +44 (0) 1753 219899

Service and Spare Parts

If the event of your appliance requiring service, or if you wish to purchase spare parts, please contact Service Force by telephoning: Your telephone call will be automatically routed to the Service Force Centre covering your post code area. For the address of your local Service Force Centre and further information about Service Force, please visit the website at www. serviceforce.co.uk Before calling out an engineer, please ensure you have read the details under the heading What to do if. When you contact the Service Force Centre you will need to give the following details: 1. Your name, address and post code. 2. Your telephone number. 3. Clear and concise details of the fault. 4. The model and serial number of the appliance (found on the rating plate) 5. The purchase date. Please note that a valid purchase receipt or guarantee documentation is required for in-guarantee service calls. Customer Care For general enquiries concerning your AEG appliance, or for further information on AEG products please contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone at the address below or visit our website at www.aeg.co.uk. Customer Care Department For Customer Service in the Republic of Ireland please contact us at the adAEG Domestic Appliances dress below: 55-77 High Street AEG/ Electrolux Group (Ire) Ltd Slough Long Mile Road/ Dublin 12 Berkshire, SL1 1DZ Republic of Ireland Tel: (*) Tel: +353 (0) Email: service.eid@electrolux.ie (*) Calls may be recorded for training purposes 47
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