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HANDBOOK

UPDATED JULY 2005


DESIGN CHEF

OVEN DESIGN CHEF


DC72MXS 5600117

LIST SPARE PARTS DC72MXS 5600117 ESPLODED VIEW WIRING DIAGRAM

CLOSE-UP VIEW 7 COOKING MODES END COOKING KNOB 120 DISMOUNTING THE OVEN DOOR AFTER SALE SERVICE LABEL SERIAL NUMBER INSTALLATION

DC72MXS

5600117

3 GLASSES DOOR / Energy class A Inner dimensions of the oven : width mm440 depth mm 415 height mm 312 Inner volume of the oven: 57 litres Consumption (convenction mode) : to reach 175 C: 0.32 kwh To maintain 175 0,62 kwh Total consumption 0,94 kwh -7 COOKING MODES -END COOKING TIMER 120 - 3 GLASSES DOOR - 2 OVEN RACKS ENERGY CLASS A NR O1 DRIP TRY/kit telescopic arms/nr 2

Voltage 230v-50 hz Total power: 2875 kw 10a HEATING ELEMENT POWER: TOP W 1000 BOTTOM W 1250 GRILL W 2250 CIRCULAR W 2000 fan motor w 25 oven lamp w 15x2 coolin fan 20 w

KIT TELESCOPIC ARMS /NR 2

CODE
1992207 1992063 1992064 1992065 1992066 1992067 1992068 1992069 1992070 1992071 1992093 1992005 1992094 1992095 1992096 1992007 1992097

POSITION

DESCRIPTION
BOOKLET/INSTRUCTION/KIT INSTALLATION SCREWS 10 PCS TCB CRO ZIG AUT 4,2X12 SCREWS 10 PCS T1/2T AUTOF 4,2X6,5 SP SCREWS 10 PCS TSP CROCE M5X20 NR SCREWS 10 PCS TCB AUTOF 2,9X6,5 ZNB SCREWS 10 PCS TRILOB M4X10 UNI NERA SCREWS 10 PCS TCB CRO 4,8 M5X16 SCREWS 10 PCS 3.5PX15 MORS SCREWS 10 PCS TCB CRO ZIG AUTOF 4,2X12 NICH SCREWS 10 PCS TCB RIDOTTA M4X5

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BACK GLASS REAR INSULATOR GASKET OVEN LAMP/RECTANGULAR LAMP HOLDER WIRING HARN ESS DM OVEN SIDE LAMP LAMP 15W THERMOSTAT SAFETY TY 280 16A INSULATION CASING LAMP SIDE

CODE
1992205 1992010 1992011 1992012 1992013 1992014 1992015 1992099 1992021 1992022 1992023 1992024 1992025 1992029 1992027 1992028 1992026 1992045 1992112 1992203 1992055 1992201 1992183 1992050 1992052 1992122 1992051 1992056 1992059 1992060 1992061 1992057 1992253 1992046

POSITION
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DESCRIPTION SPARE PARTS


ASSEMBLY FAN MOTOR GRILL+TOP ELEMENT 2250+556 W 230 V CIRCULAR FAN ELEMENT 2000W FAN DIFFUSER INTERNAL OVEN CHIMNEY OVEN LOW HEATING ELEMENT 1250 W 230V LOWER PANEL OV EN CUBE LAMP SIDE OVEN FRONT SUPPORT INGE OVEN DOOR TOP BULKHEAD CASING SIDE PANEL RIGHT/LEFT OUTER CASING AIR CONVEYOR OUTER CASING THERMOSTAT SAFETY 100-90 REAR CASING CABLE+TERMINAL BLOCK CABLE15A THREE POLE 130 mm OVEN WIRES 7F+L OVEN RACK OVEN KNOB DESIGN CHEF KNOB SPRING DESIGN CHEF PROBE HOLDER THERMOSTAT SELECTOR 12C 9P 7F+L END COOKING 120 THERMOSTAT 1 BULB DRIP TRAY FAN TANGENTIAL 1 SPEED 14 W OVEN BACK PANEL PILOT LAMP BRACKET FIXING FORNITURE SUPPORT CONTROL PANEL DC72 NEON LIGHT COVER

CODE
1992204 1992202 1992144 1992145 1992146 1992147 1992017 1992018 1992035 1992036 1992034 1992030 1992100 1992103 1992197 1992175 1992179 1992102 1992104 1992037 1992031 1992101 1992075 1992189 1992199 1992200 1992198 1992173 1992172 1992176

POSITION
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DESCRIPTION SPARE PARTS


DOOR ASSEMBLY DC72MXS ASSEMBLY SURROUND OVEN DESIGN CHEF DC72MXS TELESCOPIC ARMS LEFT TELESCOPIC ARMS RIGHT INSERT GRID LEFT (2 INSERT) INSERT GRID RIGHT (2 INSERT) SUPPORT WIRE RACKS SIDE SCREWS 10 PCS TSP M5X20 GLASS INSIDE GLASS DOOR INTERMEDIATE DOOR GASKET 3V L 390 OVEN DOOR PLUG POST DOOR GLASS LEFT HANDLE HONNER INNER OVEN DM DC OVEN DOOR GLASS/INNER GLASS DESIGN CHEF OVEN EXTERNAL GLASS DC HANDLE DESIGN CHEF OVEN DOOR LOWER TRIM/OVEN DM DC OVEN DOOR LOWER TRIM GASKET HINGE OVEN DOOR OVEN DOOR GLASS SPACER POST DOOR GLASS RIGHT RUBBER WASHER 10 PCS LIGHTING KNOB RING NUT SELECTOR RING NUT CLOCK RING NUT TEMPERATURE OVEN DOOR SKIN GASKET GASKET TUB. 5X7XL400 OVEN DOOR SKIN INTERNAL DC

Introduction
Congratulations on choosing a Franke appliance. Before using your new appliance, we recommend you read the instructions and advice provided in this manual. This should facilitate your understanding of the appliance use and also extend its life. Always keep this owners manual close to hand since you may need to refer to it in future. First use The first time you use the oven, we recommend that you set the temperature control knob to the highest setting and leave the oven on for at least 40 minutes with nothing in it, with the oven door open and the room properly ventilated. The odour that is often detected during this initial use is due to the evaporation of products used to protect the oven during storage and until it is installed. Once this initial step has been taken, the oven is ready for use. Advice A good habit to get into immediately is to pre-heat the oven to the desired temperature before placing your dishes inside it. During cooking, never place pans or cookware directly onto the bottom of your oven. These should be placed on the grids or oven trays provided, inserted at one of the 5 rack heights available; failure to observe this particular piece of advice could damage the enamel coating on the oven interior. Never line the oven interior with tin foil, especially the oven bottom. All repairs should be carried out by specialised authorised staff. Contact your nearest after-sales service centre and request the use of original spare parts only. Your Franke oven is coated with a special enamel layer, which is easy to clean. Another good habit to get into is to clean it often and to avoid reheating caked on grease spots and food residue from previous uses. All self-cleaning panels (if the oven is fitted with them) should be cleaned with soapy water (see cleaning instructions). N.B.: - before you turn your oven on, read the instructions on using the timer (see page 16). -if the oven is fitted with an automatic cooking programmer or end cooking timer, you will have to select the manual option identified by the symbol to use the oven manually.

Close-up view
Control Panel Selector knob Use this knob to select the oven operating mode depending on the type of cooking required. Set the knob onto any of the cooking modes and the light inside the oven will turn on to indicate that the appliance is on. Timer/Programmer

The Franke range of ovens includes various different cooking time control and management systems; page 16 provides detailed instructions for each one; just identify the type of control fitted on your oven and read the relevant section for the correct use of this feature Thermostat indicator light , it informs you that the oven heating elements are in operation. The light turns off when the temperature set has been reached, and is Indicated by the symbol turned back on every time the oven is in a heating phase. It is a useful aid to check that the correct temperature has been reached before you place a dish in the oven. Temperature control knob (Thermostat) This knob allows you to select the right temperature for the dish you wish to cook, keeping it constant during the entire cooking process. To select the desired temperature, turn the knob clockwise until the reference mark coincides with the corresponding number. The maximum temperature is approximately 260C. Oven rack guides These are designed to help in the correct positioning of the grids and oven trays in the 5 rack heights available (from 1 to 5 from the bottom up); the suggested cooking table (on page 19) provides a suggestion for the ideal position of these accessories depending on the dish and cooking mode. Oven tray It is usually used to catch any fat and/or grease dripping from food placed directly on the grid or to cook food directly; when not in use, the oven tray should be removed from the oven for cooking. The oven tray is made of type AA enamelled steel for use with food products. Grids These are used as a support for your cake tins, terrine dishes and any cookware other than the oven tray provided, or when cooking in the grill or ventilated grill modes to grill meat and fish or to toast bread and the like.

How to use your appliance This oven combines the advantages of traditional convection ovens with those of the more modern fan assisted models. It is a highly versatile appliance that allows you to choose easily and safely between 5 different cooking modes. Use knobs (B) and (E) on the control panel to pick one of the cooking modes available and to set the desired temperature. We recommend you consult the suggested cooking table on page 19 for the best use of your new oven. Cooling fan In order to cool down the door, control panel and sides of the appliance, this Franke oven is fitted with a cooling fan which turns on automatically when the oven is hot. When the fan is on, a normal flow of air can be heard exiting between the oven door and the control panel. Special attention has been paid to ensure the speed of the air flow does not disturb you while cooking and to make sure it is as silent as possible. To protect the surrounding furniture cabinets, when cooking is complete, the fan stays on until the oven has cooled down sufficiently.

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Convection mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50C and Max (260C). The oven is heated both from above (top heating element) and from below (bottom heating element). This is the traditional cooking mode that allows food to be cooked uniformly, using one rack height only. Fan assisted mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50C and Max (260C). The top and bottom heating elements are turned on, as well as the fan inside the oven. Compared with the previous cooking mode (convection), an even more uniform distribution of heat is obtained thanks to the fan, and 2 different rack heights can be used at the same time. Ventilated mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50C and Max (260C). The circular heating element and the fan are turned on. The constant uniform heat cooks and browns food uniformly over its entire surface. With this mode, you can also cook various dishes at the same time, as long as their respective cooking temperatures are the same. This is the most delicate of the ventilated modes available in this Franke oven, and is ideal for baking cakes and pastries in general, as it allows you to cook on three different rack heights simultaneously. Multy power ventilated mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50C and Max (260C). The circular heating element is turned on, accompanied by the partial action of the top and bottom heating elements and the fan. Compared with the previous cooking mode, it is more powerful and quicker to reach the desired temperature; this, together with the uniform distribution of the heat, makes it ideal for cooking meat roasts and fish as well as pasta bakes, using up to 3 different rack heights. Quick cooking pizza mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50C and Max (260C). The circular heating element, along with the top and bottom heating elements and the fan are turned on. This is the most powerful cooking mode available in your Franke oven, and the heat distribution was especially designed to perform a prevalent action towards 8

the bottom; this makes it ideal for the preparation of pizzas and for cooking frozen food quickly. It can be used to reach the desired temperature quickly, and then select any of the other cooking modes available. Grill mode The thermostat knob (E) should normally be set to the Max setting (260C), however you can choose a lower setting, in which cased the grilling would be slower. In this cooking mode, the top heating element is turned on at a power setting that allows for the perfect grilling of food, such as meat and fish. In this case, the quick browning of the surface via infrared rays keeps the inside of the meat soft and tender; the grill mode can also be used to toast up to 9 slices of bread very quickly. Your Franke oven is perfectly safe, and has been designed for grilling food with the oven door completely shut. However, during cooking, the oven door can be kept either fully open or ajar, using the half-open position. Warning: the grill heating element becomes extremely hot during operation; try to avoid touching it inadvertently when handling the food to be grilled; however, Franke has designed a special shape of the oven front to protect the users hands as much as possible. Ventilated grill mode

The thermostat knob (E) should normally be set to the Max setting (260C), however you can choose a lower setting, in which cased the grilling would be slower. The grill heating element situated at the top of the oven is tuned on, along with the fan. This combination of features increases the effectiveness of the unidirectional thermal radiation of the heating elements through forced circulation of the air throughout the oven. This helps prevent food from burning on the surface, allowing the heat to penetrate right into it. Excellent results are achieved with kebabs made with meat and vegetables, sausages, ribs, lamb chops, spicy chicken, quails, pork chops, etc.

Cooking modes Defrosting Set the knob to the symbol ( ) to enable the defrosting mode. In this mode, the air circulated by the motor action throughout the interior of the oven affects the food and speeds up the natural thawing process.

End Cooking Timer Knob


The end cooking timer is a practical device that turns the oven off automatically at a set time, ranging from one to 120 minutes. To use the end cooking timer, the ringer must be wound up by turning knob (C) almost one full turn clockwise; then turn it back to the desired time so that the number of minutes on the knob matches the reference mark on the panel. When the set amount of time is up, in addition to the timer ringing, the oven is automatically turned off. N.B. Straight after it is turned off, and for a prolonged period of time, the interior of the oven maintains a temperature close to that set for cooking; so, to avoid overcooking or burning food, we recommend you remove it from the oven as soon as cooking is complete.

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Dismounting the oven door


To facilitate your task in cleaning the oven, the door can be dismounted at the hinges as follows: - The hinges (A) are fitted with two mobile U-bolts (B). Raise the U-bolt (B) to release the hinge from its seat. - Then lift the door upwards and pull it out; to do this, hold the door on either side beside the hinges. - To reposition the door, first insert the hinges into the special grooves. - Then, before shutting the oven door, remember to turn the mobile U-bolts (B) used to hook the two hinges in place.

After-Sales Service In the event of a malfunction, please contact your nearest After-Sales Service Centre, as included in the list enclosed. Never contact unauthorised technical servicemen. Notify us of:- The type of problem;- The appliance model (Mod.);The serial number (S/N); This information can be found on the appliance data plate, which can be seen with the appliance door open in the middle of the bottom part of the door.

LABEL THE SERIAL NUMBER(S/N)

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A: PRODUCT CODE 5600110 B : SN SERIAL NUMBER : I = ITALY F= OVEN 03=PRODUCTION 2003 L=month of production 0000001= OVEN NUMBER C: OVEN MODEL CM72MXS

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Assembly instructions Measure the width of the back panel (S) of the cabinet, which should usually be 16,18 or 20 mm. 16 mm back panel: place 2 tabs (T) indicating the number 16 on each fastening bracket (F). 18mm back panel: place 2 tabs (T) indicating the number 18 on each fastening bracket (F). 20 mm back panel: no tabs are necessary for the 20 mm thick back panel. Position the brackets (F), resting them onto the cabinet back panel and at the bottom on the oven supporting plane. Secure the brackets (F) in place using the screws (V). Fit the oven inside the cabinet, open the oven door completely and secure it to the brackets (F) using the 4 screws (v) and the 4 plastic spacers (D).

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