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Smeg Oven Manual

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Smeg Oven Instructions Manual

Smeg Oven Instructions Manual

Left Hand Side of Oven


Cooking time

End of cooking time

Decrease time

Increase Time

Right Hand Side of oven

Function knob

Thermostat light

Thermostat (Temperature) knob 50o C – 250 oC


9 options

Upper and lower heating elements

Small Grill Element

Circular heating element + ventilation + lower heating element

Upper and Lower heating elements and ventilation

No Selected Function

Wide Grill Element

Grill Element and ventilation

Circular Heating element and ventilation

Lower Heating element and ventilation

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1. To turn oven on

a. Use Function knob to select desired settings (grill, heating elements, fan etc.)
b. Light inside oven should turn on
c. Select desired temperature by turning thermostat knob
d. Thermostat light should turn on
e. When selected oven temperature is reached, thermostat light will turn off
f. If oven won’t turn on, then press the cooking buttons together

2. To set (24 hour) clock if required

a. Press cooking buttons together
b. Immediately press +/- until correct time shows (i.e. for 2am press ‘+’ 120 times)
c. Note: Pressing both cooking buttons resets timer countdown to 0:00

3. To set cooking timer countdown (oven will turn itself off after countdown)

a. Press
b. The symbol ‘A’ will flash and 0:00 will be displayed
c. Press +/- until desired cooking time is displayed (for 1 hour press ‘+’ 60 times etc.)
d. The clock will automatically reappear after 5 seconds
e. The symbol ‘A’ will show on the clock
f. Beeper will sound and oven will turn off at the end of set cooking time
g. To stop beeper, press

4. To check remaining time during countdown

a. Press
b. Remaining cooking time will be displayed for 5 seconds

5. To check what time cooking will finish during countdown

a. Press
b. Clock will display cooking finish time for 5 seconds

6. To reset cooking timer

a. Instruction (4) and set to 0:00, or
b. Press
c. The clock will be displayed (ready for changing) and the symbol ‘A’ will disappear
d. Timer will display 0:00 next time is pressed

7. To set timer only (i.e. beeper will sound, but oven won’t turn off)

a. Press bell button
b. 0:00 will be displayed
c. Press+/- until required time is displayed
d. Clock will automatically reappear after 5 seconds and bell symbol will be
e. At end of time, beeper will sound but oven will stay on
f. Press bell button to turn off beeper

8. If defrost is required, then select ‘0’ on the bottom knob and have a fan
selected with the function knob
9. Do not place Al foil or tray etc on the bottom of oven
10. Keep oven door closed when cooking
11. When opening a hot oven, first open door 5cm for 4-5 seconds before fully opening
12. After cooking, use heat protective gloves when removing hot items
13. To clean oven

a. Use a damp cloth and non abrasive detergent. Rinse and dry.
b. Clean glass with absorbent kitchen paper or a damp sponge and regular detergent
c. Do not use metallic sponges or sharp scrapers

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Does this have a microwave function?

This Oven comes with 5 automatic programming modes for a quick operation, including Grill, Broil Roast, Bake, Light modes.

Is this the same size as a regular oven ?

Thermomate supply 24″ Single Wall Ovens, and this oven cutout size: 23.0″W x 22.0″H x 22.5″D. Dimension: 23.4″W x 23.4″H x 21.9″D. You can also look through the Product Description in detail.

How is the SMEG cookware range made?

The Smeg Cookware range is made of cold forged aluminium with a non-stick coating and steel handles. A stainless steel bottom is applied to the aluminium body, which makes them compatible with induction hobs. Lastly, the matching lids are made of tempered heat-resistant glass. All materials comply with the requirements of current food contact materials regulations.

What is the non-stick coating of the SMEG cookware range made of?

The non-stick coating of the Smeg Cookware range, like the more traditional coatings available on the market, also contains PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), which is more commonly known as Teflon™. PTFE is a cold, heat and chemical resistant synthetic polymer. This coating material guarantees excellent long-lasting non-stick performance.

What is the non-stick coating of the SMEG cookware range made of?

The non-stick coatings are applied to the cookware in layers. The first layer adheres to the metal surface of the pan. The second non-stick PTFE layer provides resistance to scratches and abrasion, while the last layer gives the pots and pans the non-stick surface that makes it easier to clean them and to cook food by limiting the need for oils and fats.

What kind of utensils should I use with the SMEG non-stick range?

It is recommended to use wooden, plastic or silicone kitchen utensils. Store the cookware carefully in order to protect the non-stick coating. Do not use sharp metal utensils and do not cut food inside the cookware to avoid scratching the non-stick layer and voiding the warranty.

Can I use SMEG cookware on glass-ceramic hobs? 

Yes, the Smeg Cookware range is compatible with glass-ceramic, induction and electrical resistance or halogen hobs. Before starting to cook, make sure that the base of the cookware is clean as residues of dirt could scratch the surface of the hobs. When moving the cookware from one heating element to another, do not slide it across the hob; lift it to avoid scratching the surface. When using cookware on induction hobs, we recommend that you do not preheat an empty pan, as this may damage the non-stick coating.

Why does the cookware make a cracking noise when in use?

 It is normal to hear noises coming from the cookware during heating or cooling. These cracking noises are due to settling between the two different types of metal that make up the bottom of the cookware. This does not indicate a malfunction or a fault and does not affect performance.

Can the pan or lid be used in the oven?

Yes, both components can be used in the oven up to 250 °C/480 °F. However, you should make sure that the lid is intact and free from cracks. Avoid subjecting the glass lid to sudden temperature variations.

Can I cook without oil or fat?

Yes, unless you wish to add oils and fats to flavour the preparation, the Smeg Cookware range allows you to cook without oils or fats. Do not use cooking oil sprays as they may leave residues that can alter the non-stick properties of the cookware.

Is the non-stick coating high temperature resistant? 

Yes, it can be used at high temperatures and in the oven up to 250 °C/480 °F, well above typical cooking, roasting and frying temperatures, without the risk of deterioration or damage to the coating. Consider that: Water boils at 100 °C; the normal temperatures used to brown meat range from 200 to 240 °C; the highest temperatures used to cook dishes in an oven are around 230 °C. It is important to know that the maximum recommended cooking temperature for preserving the nutritional properties of food in the absence of liquids, such as grilling, is 250 °C. However, you should remember that cookware should never be left unattended or heated empty on the heat source as they could reach much higher temperatures very quickly. We recommend heating non-stick pans at medium or low temperatures.

What causes the yellowing of the steel parts (handles and bottom)?

The steel parts may yellow slightly over time or if the product is subjected to high temperatures, for example in an oven. It is recommended to use readily available special creams for cleaning the steel parts. For safety and for best results, we recommend using the Smeg CREMA INOX polishing cream. Contact an authorised service centre to find out if it is available in your country.

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