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Instructions for Use and Installation

          Steam Oven Owner's Manual

T45SOG

 


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CONTENTS 

1

、

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................ 3 

2

、

UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION ....................................................................................... 3 

2.1 Before the installation ......................................................................................................... 3 

2.2 Installation........................................................................................................................... 3 

3

、

SAFETY PRECAUTION ........................................................................................................... 6 

4

、

DISPOSAL ................................................................................................................................. 8

5

、

STRUCTURE OF DIAGRAM ................................................................................................... 9

6

、

DESCRIPTION OF FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ................................................................... 9

7

、

GET TO KNOW STEAM OVEN ............................................................................................ 10 

7.1 Clock Setting .....................................................................................................................10

7.2 Water level ....................................................................................................................... 10

8

、

FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................11

8.1 Menu ................................................................................................................................. 11

8.2 Steam Functions ................................................................................................................11

8.3   Meat cooking (Automatically) ........................................................................................ 11

8.4 Fish cooking (Automatically) ............................................................................................11

8.5 Vegetables cooking (Automatically) ................................................................................. 12

8.6 Grill Functions (Steam Oven function) ............................................................................. 12

8.7 Pizza Function (Steam Oven function) ............................................................................. 12

8.8 Defrost Function

(

Edit Menu

)

 ...................................................................................... 13

8.9 Reheating and Disinfecting Functions .............................................................................. 13

9

、

TIMED ...................................................................................................................................... 13

10

、

PAUSE DURING OF COOKING .......................................................................................... 14

10.1 Pause or Cancel Cooking ................................................................................................ 14

10.2 Modifying Parameters ..................................................................................................... 14

10.3 Standby mode .................................................................................................................. 14

11

、

CLOSE OFF STEAM COOKING .......................................................................................... 14 

11.1 End program with steam function. .................................................................................. 14

11.2 End program without steam function (grill and pizza) .................................................... 14 

12

、

DEMON FUNCTION AND CHILD LOCK .......................................................................... 14

12.1 Demon function .............................................................................................................. 14

12.2 child lock ......................................................................................................................... 15 

12.3 Unlock ............................................................................................................................. 15

13 

、

DESCALING ........................................................................................................................ 15

14

、

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................... 15

15

、

DISPLAY INFORMATION .................................................................................................... 16 

16

、

TROUBLE SHOOTING ......................................................................................................... 17 

 


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1

、

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION 

2

、

UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION   

2.1 Before the installation 
1

、

Machine shell to be checked without deformation caused by pressure or force.

 

2

、

Check that the oven door closes correctly and the inside of the door and front oven panel are not 

damaged. 

3

、

 

Metal net of the oven door is not bend or out of shape. 

4

、

 

The power cord is 

broken or loose.

 

5

、

 

The data on the oven nameplate is compliance with the relevant regulations. 

6

、

 

After unpacking the package. Separate the various packaging materials on type and send them 
to the nearest separate disposal center.

 



 

When steam oven is damaged or  operation  is  unnormal,  unplug  the  steam oven  to cut 

off power supply.

 



 

Only authorized personnel should carry out servicing. 

2.2 Installation 

Only a qualified person in compliance with the instructions provided must install the 

appliance .the manufacturer declines all responsibility for improper installation, which may harm 
persons and animals and damage property. 
Important:  -  The  power  supply  to  the  appliance  must  be  cut  off  before  any  adjustments  or 

maintenance work is done on it;   

-

 

Air duct is supposed to use in Ventilation. 

-

 

The  ac  power  supply  should  be  220-240  v,  50/60  Hz,  the  minimum  16  A  distribution 
circuit fuse, or at least 16 a distribution circuit breaker   

If we put the steam oven into cabinet, the cabinet material should be insulated, and the 

clearance between the edge of the cabinet and the oven should be over 500mm for ventilation. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

MODEL 

T45SOG 

CAPACITY 

(

L

)

 

35L 

VOLTAGE(V) 

220

-

240 

FREQUENCE

(

Hz

)

 

50/60 

CIRCUIT BREAKER(A) 

16 

POWER(STEAM)

(

W

)

 

1250

-

1500 

POWER(STEAM OVEN)

(

W

)

 

1400

-

1700 

PRODUCT DIMENSION

(

mm

)

 

594×530×455 

PACKAGE SIZE

(

mm

)

 

675×611×525 

GROSS/NET WEIGHT

(

Kg

)

 

33.0/29.0 

 


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In order to fix the steam oven in the cabinet, please open the steam oven door and insert 
four wood screws into the four holes around frame and fix them.

400*

542

594

455

465

21

90*

* Ventilation: provide cut out at 

rear for wall oven installation only

90mm x 400mm

Flush Fit

We recommended that our 

600mm steam ovens be installed 

as flush fit only

550 min

21

A

550 min

21

A

596

456

456

596

A:

 Fixing Cleet (Both sides)

452mm(H) x 100mm(W) x 22mm(D)

444

5 min

 


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Note: the installation and handling, please do not use the handle for stress point   

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


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3

、

SAFETY PRECAUTION

We recommend that you read the instructions in this owner’s manual carefully before use for

the best performance and to extend the life of your appliance. It will provide you with all the 
information you need to ensure its safe installation, use and maintenance. Retain this owner’s 
manual for future reference.



  When handling the appliance, we recommend you always use the handles recessed into 

the sides of the oven to prevent personal injury or damage to the appliance. 



  To ensure your safety, all electrical appliances must be installed or service by qualified 

persons. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its 

service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.



  When the oven is not in use please make sure the oven door has been closed  and the

    the knobs are in the OFF position.



  Only use the appliance to cook food and nothing else.

  To maintain the efficiency and safety of this appliance, we recommend that you do the following: 

  Always call the Technika service department if there are any faults with your appliance.  
  Always use original spare parts available from Technika.
  This appliance is designed for non-commercial, household use and it must not be altered in 

    any way.









  This appliance can only be used safely when it is correctly connected to an efficient earthing

    system in compliance with current electrical safety standards.



  During use, the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating 

    elements inside the oven. WARNING: Accessible parts will become hot when in use. 

    To avoid burns and scalds, children should be kept away.



  This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, 

    sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been 

    given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for 

    their safety.



  Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.



  DO NOT use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance. 



  Packaging items such as plastic bags, polystyrene, nails, etc. are potentially dangerous, 

    and therefore appropriate measures must be taken to prevent children and the disabled 

    from coming into contact with them.



  Always grip the oven door handle in the centre. 



  Disconnect the appliance from the electrical mains if it is not functioning properly and 

    before cleaning or performing maintenance. Allow it to cool completely before cleaning.



  Use oven gloves to place cookware in the oven or when removing it.

  Check that the appliance has not been damaged immediately after it has been unpacked.  



  Technika will not accept any liability as a result of any damage due to incorrect installation 

    or improper use. 



  Install the appliance according to these installation instructions and any local requirements.



 


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

Before you use the steam oven for the first time, turn the appliance on at highest temperature. 
This will remove oils left on the appliance during manufacture. 



Do  not  leave  cooked  food  in  steam  oven  for  a  long  time  to  avoid  too  much  condensation 
generated on door.



When cooking is finished, please keep a distance from oven door as there will be a lot of hot 
steam.



After  cooking  we  recommend  that  you  should  clean  food  left  in  the  steam  oven  and 
condensation produced on the inner glass of the steam oven immediately. 



After cooking, extra water would be transferred back to the water tank. Please empty the water tank. 



Never use the steam oven as a room heater. 



In  order  to  ensure  the  food  is  delicious,  we  recommend  that you  pour  in  fresh  water  before 
cooking. 



  DO NOT use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass

since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.



  An authorised person must be contracted to replace the temperature probe if it is damaged.

        The probe is part of the thermostat. Only use the temperature sensing probe recommended 

        for this oven.



  Once installed do not allow the supply cord to touch hot parts of the oven or come into

    contact with other heated appliance.   



  In order to avoid electric shock, do not immerse supply cord, plug or other parts into water.   



  In order to avoid fire or explosion, combustibles (curtains, cloth, wallpaper and others),  

packaging and aerosols should be removed from the vicinity of the appliance.



  Do not place paperboard, plastic or other similar items in the oven. When the oven is not  

being used, everything should be removed except provided accessories. 



  Do not cover the drip tray or other parts with foil since it can result in overheating.   



  In order to avoid electric shock, never use a wire brush to clean the oven since pieces of 

metal can touch live parts.   



  Turn off and unplug the oven when it is not going to be used for an extended period. 



  The oven has an impact resistant, safety glass door which can resist more impact than 

common glass. If the toughened glass is shattered, other parts may have sharp edges. 
Avoid hand contact with the broken glass and metal edges of the door. Please contact
your local service agent for a replacement door.



  Do not lean on the opened oven door. This may damage the oven, especially in the hinge 

area. The door can bear a maximum weight of 8 kg. 

Technika Service Department must be contacted... 



  If in doubt about the operation of the appliance.



  If in doubt about the soundness of the appliance after removing it from its packaging.



  If the power supply cable has been damaged or needs to be replaced.



  If the appliance requires a service.



  If you need spare parts.

 


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8

 

WARNINGS



  Accessible parts may become hot during use, children should be kept away. 



  In order to avoid electric shock, please make sure the oven has been shut off before 

replacing the lamp.   



  Only use original accessories. 



  Do not touch the appliance with wet parts of the body.



  Do not use the oven  while barefoot. 



  Do not pull and push oven or supply cord, this may cause the socket to be disconnected. 



  Improper or dangerous operations are forbidden. 



  Never obstruct vents provided for ventilation and heat dispersal. 



  Do not let the power cord of other appliances touch the heated parts of oven. 



  The oven should not be exposed to rain or direct sunlight. 



  Do not use the oven for storage purposes



  Do not use flammable  liquids or aerosols near the oven. 

For d

ealers and users who fail to comply with the

se

 instructions & warnings and replace 

steam

oven parts without using original accessories causing personal injury or property damage, the 
manufacturer will not be responsible for any legal liability. 

4. DISPOSAL

By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential 

negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise 

be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. 

The symbol on the product indicates that this product may not be treated as household 

waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling 

of electrical and electronic equipment. 

Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for 

waste disposal.

For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, 

please contact your local city council office. 

 


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9

 

 

5

、

STRUCTURE OF DIAGRAM 

 

 

                                                   

 

                                                                       

 

 

 

 

Available Accessories 

 

Perforated container

:

Cooking for fresh or refrigerant vegetables, meat and poultry. 

 

Non-perforated container

:

Cooking for preserved fruit

、

dumplings. 

 

Rack

:

Cooking for foods with small utensils ,Like: steam bun, sweetmeats

。

 

1

、

 

Control panel 

2

、

 

Water Box

 

 

3

、

 

Seal Ring 

4

、

 

Racks

 

 

5

、

 

Pan 

6

、

 

Perforated pan 

7

、

 

Door

 




 


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10

 

 

PT1. This button is used to setup time, choose cooking time length, high and low temperature.   
PT2. This knob is for setting operation and the start and end of programmer. 
DSP1. This displays the time of programmer executing and clock 
DSP2. This displays temperature and types of foods. 
DSP3. Functions indication, which displays all the optional functions. 
DSP4. Symbol indication, which displays all the optional symbols. 

Functions Description 

    Steam                                                       

    Meat                                       

    Fish                                                         

  Vegetable 

    Roast                                                       

  Pizza 

    Defrost                                                     

  Disinfecting                                         

    Clock                                                       

  Child lock 

    Cooking duration                                     

  Delay time 

    Descaling                                                 

  Water level (not lack of water) 

  Water level (lack of water)                         

  Temperature 

7

、

GET TO KNOW STEAM OVEN   

7.1 Clock Setting 

When the first use, DSP1 shows a flashing“0

:

00”.

 

Set  the time, turn PT1  to  the right  and  left  to  increase or  decrease  the  hours.  After  setting  the 
hour, press it once to set the minutes. Turn it the right and left to increase or decrease the minutes 
and press it to set the current time

,

after the setting, press PT1 to confirm. The symbol

“

”

displays, and the indication lamp stops flashing.   

When you want to set clock again, keep PT1 pressed for 3 seconds,DSP1,Led display begin 

flashing,  set  clock  according  to  Clock  Setting  procedure(when  there  is  no  any  operations  in  10 
seconds ,it will go to next instruction automatically) 

Clock set range: 0:00 - 23:59. 

7.2 Water level 

Under initial state, you will hear a â€œbeep” afte

r positioning the water tank into position, and 

water  level  indicator 

“

”

  will  light.  If  water  in  tank  is  not  up  to  standard,  lacking  water 

indicator

“

”

will  light.  Please  add  water  to  Max  position.  (Tank  could  load  1.2ml  water  in 

maximum. A tank full of water generally is able to cook for one time, about 60-70 minutes) 
Note: 1,      Please remove the water tank to add water. Please add water through the water 

injection hole. Please wipe clean if water overflowed. 

            2,      Add water when the oven is working Open the oven door for a while to cool down 

6

、

DESCRIPTION OF FRONT PANEL CONTROLS 

 

 


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the water tank. Then remove the water tank to add water. 

8

、

FUNCTIONS 

8.1 Menu   
Under  standby  state,  presses  PT2  to  boot  function  choose,  turn  PT2  to  choose  function.  The 
chosen  function  will  be  shown  on  DSP3.Preset  temperature  and  parameter  will  be  shown  on 
DSP2. 

Note 

:

1

、

When the cavity temperature reaches the preset temperature, temperature icon

“

”

 

will stop flashing and become light. 

2

、

Press PT1, PT2 at the same time during working process, current cavity temperature 

will be shown on DSP2. 
8.2 Steam Functions 

Under standby state, press PT2 boot option, rotate PT2 selected steam function 

“

”

DSP1 

display default time 10 minutes, DSP2 display default steam temperature 100

℃

.   

Press PT1, rotate PT1 to set temperature.   
Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance  begins  to  work.  Steam  function  icon

“

”

and  temperature  icon

“

”

will  flash, 

working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. 

Temperature range: 40-100 

℃

   

The longest working time: 90:00       

 

8.3   Meat cooking (Automatically) 

Choose  steamed  meat  function

“

”

,DSP1  display  default  time  30:00  minutes,  DSP2 

default steam temperature is 100 

℃

 and program C1 shine alternately

 

Press PT1, rotate PT1 set procedures   

Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance begins to work. Steam meat function icon

“

”

and temperature icon

“

”

will flash, 

working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. 

Notice: Temperature of foods will flash alternately. 
Different meats have different temperature; you can refer to the following table. 

Program 

Type of meat 

Temperature

(℃)

 

Time

(

min

)

 

Container 

Level 

C1 

Chicken Breast 

100 

30 

Perforated 

C2 

Smoked Pork Loin 

100 

45 

Perforated 

C3 

Turkey Escalope 

100 

20 

Perforated 

C4 

Pork Filet Whole 

100 

25 

Perforated 

C5 

Vienna Sausages 

90 

15 

Perforated 

 

8.4 Fish cooking (Automatically) 

Choose steamed fish function

“

”

,DSP1 display default time 25:00 minutes, DSP2 default 

steam temperature is 80 

℃

 and program b1 shine alternately

 

Press PT1, rotate PT1 set procedures.   
Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance begins to work. Steam fish function icon

“

”

and temperature icon

“

”

will flash, 

working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. 

 


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1

2

 

 

Notice: Temperature of foods will flash alternately. 
Different fish have different temperature; you can refer to the following table. 

Program 

Type of fish 

Temperature

(℃)

 

Time

(

min

)

 

Container 

Level 

b1 

Trout 

80 

25 

Perforated 

b2 

Shrimp 

90 

15 

Perforated 

b3 

Fish Filet 

80 

18 

Perforated 

b4 

Mussels 

100 

25 

Perforated 

b5 

Lobster 

100 

30 

Perforated 

1/2 

 

8.5 Vegetables cooking (Automatically) 

Choose steamed vegetables function

“

”

, DSP1 display default time 20:00 minutes, DSP2 

default steam temperature is 100 

℃

 and program A1 shine alternately 

Press PT1, rotate PT1 set procedures. 

Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance begins to work. Steam vegetable function icon

“

”

and temperature icon

“

”

will 

flash, working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. 

Notice: Temperature of foods will flash alternately. 
Different vegetables have different temperature; you can refer to the following table. 
Program 

Type of Vegetables 

Temperature

(℃)

  Time

(

min

)

  Container  Level 

A1 

Broccoli 

100 

20 

Perforated 

A2 

Carrots 

100 

25 

Perforated 

A3 

Potatoes 

and 

Mixed 

Vegetables 

100 

25 

Perforated 

A4 

Snow Peas 

100 

15 

Perforated 

A5 

Asparagus 

100 

25 

Perforated 

 

8.6 Grill Functions (Steam Oven function) 

Choose grill function

“

”

,    DSP1 display default time to minutes, DSP2 display default 

steam temperature 200 

℃

Press PT1, rotate PT1 temperature setting   
Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance begins to work. Steam vegetable function icon

“

”

and temperature icon

“

”

will 

flash, working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. Temperature range: 

140-200 

℃

 

The longest working time: 90:00 

8.7 Pizza Function (Steam Oven function) 

Choose pizza function 

“

”

,    DSP1 no display, DSP2 display 200 g 

Press  PT1,  and  turn  PT1  to  set  weight.  Then  press  PT2,  cooking  begin  to  work,  pizza 

function ion

“

”

will flash, work time icon

“

”

will light. 

Programs will calculate cooking time according to weight   

 

 

 


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3

 

 

Pizza 

(

g

)

 

Time

(

minuets

)

 

Step 

Weight 

(

g

)

 

Pizza 

(g

)

 

Time 

(

minuets

)

 

Step Weight 

(

g

)

 

100 

0:30 

50 

650 

11:52 

50 

150 

1:30 

700 

12:54 

200 

2:34 

750 

13:56 

250 

3:35 

800 

14:58 

300 

4:38 

 

 

 

350 

5:40 

 

 

 

400 

6:42 

 

 

 

450 

7:44 

 

 

 

500 

8:46 

 

 

 

550 

9:48 

 

 

 

600 

10:50 

 

 

 

8.8 Defrost Function

(

Edit Menu

)

 

Choose defrost 

function “

”, DSP1 display default time 10 minutes, DSP2

 no show.   

Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance begins to  work. Defrost  function  icon

“

”

and temperature icon

“

”

will  flash, 

working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. 

Steam defrost is automatically controlled between 50

℃

-60

℃。

 

8.9 Reheating and Disinfecting Functions 

Choose  steamed  Disinfecting  function

“

”

,  DSP1  display  default  time  13:00  minutes, 

DSP2 default steam temperature is 100 

℃

 and program r1 shine alternately 

Press PT1, turn PT1 set procedures. 

Press PT1 again and turn PT1 to set cooking time. After cooking time is set, Press PT2, the 

appliance begins to work. Steam disinfecting function icon

“

”

and temperature icon

“

”

will flash, working time icon

“

”

and high water level icon

“

”

will light. 

Notice: Temperature of foods will flash alternately. 
Different Disinfecting have different temperature; you can refer to the following table. 
Program 

Type of Food 

Temperature

(℃)

 

Time 
(min)           

Instructions 

Container 

Level 

r1 

Plate Dishes 

100 

13 

 

Rack 

r2 

Ready-Made 
Meals/Frozen 

100 

18 

Remove lid from 
Container and   
Put on rake       

Rack 

r3 

Beans 

100 

35 

Disinfection:time 
And temperature 
According to 1L 
capacity 

Rack 

r4 

Cherries 

80 

35 

Rack 

r5 

Plums 

90 

35 

Rack 

r6 

Baby Bottles 

100 

12 

 

Rack 

9

、

TIMED 

After setting cooking time and parameter, press PT1,delay time function begins to work, and 

DSP4 shows

“

”

. DPS1 will show current time, DSP2 show Auto. Press PT1 to set delay time. 

Then press PT2 to confirm the beginning time of delay. 

 


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4

 

 

DSP1 shows the delayed start time you set and DSP2 shows “AUTO”

 

Press PT2 for 3 seconds if you want to cancel the selected function. 

10

、

PAUSE DURING OF COOKING 

10.1 Pause or Cancel Cooking 



 

You can stop the cooking process at any time by pressing PT2. 



 

Open the door in the process of cooking to pause (not be recommended due to lots of vapors 
may hurt you) 



 

Keep pressed PT2 for 3 seconds; you will hear sound and the process will be canceled. 

Notice: Keep a certain distance when you open the appliance door due to lots of vapors may hurt 

you 

10.2 Modifying Parameters 



 

The operating parameters (time\temperature\weight) can only be modified when the cooking 
process has been interrupted. Proceed as follows: 



 

Press PT1 and turn it to left or right to modify parameters, Press PT1 once to confirm. 



 

Press PT2 to continue cooking 

10.3 Standby mode 



 

After choosing function and setting parameter, do not press PT2to confirm the setting. Press 
PT2 for a long time to go to standby mode. 



 

After choosing function and setting parameter, press PT2 to confirm setting. Press PT2 for a 
long time, PUMP will flash on DSP1. Or press PT2 to pause, then press PT2 for a long time, 
PUMP will flash on DSP1, turn PT2 to re choose function. 



 

In standby mode, press PT2 button to enter power off mode

。

 

11

、

CLOSE OFF STEAM COOKING   

11.1 End program with steam function. 

When  program  with  steam  function  is end or  when  the program  is cancelled,  DSP1  will 

flash PUMP IN, and it will beep for 3 times every 30 seconds in 5 minutes.DSP1 shows PUMP IN, 
which  means  the  pump  automatically  pumped  water  back  to  boiler.  DPS2  shows  PUMP  OUT, 
which means pump back is finished and return back to standby mode. 

If water in boiler is higher than 75

℃,

  DSP1 and DSP2 will flash PUMP OUT. When the 

water is lower than 75

℃,

it shows PUMP OUT meaning water is automatically pumped to water 

tank from boiler. After the pumping is finished, it will go to standby mode automatically. 
11.2 End program without steam function (grill and pizza) 

After cooking (pizza and grill function) is finished, it beeps three times, and shows End. 

And it beeps 3 times every 30 seconds in 5 minutes. End will flash on display. After 5 minutes, it 
goes to standby mode. If you open the oven door or press PT2, it will go to standby mode too. 

12

、

DEMO FUNCTION AND CHILD LOCK 

12.1 Demo function 

When Steam oven is in OFF (closed) mode, it does not show time, but show only clock 

icon

“

”

. Press PT1 until it shows OFF SHO on DSP1 and DSP2, which means demo function 

is not activated. Turn PT1 to activate demo function ON SHO, press Pt2 to confirm the setting.   

On demo function, the oven does not work including all heating elements. Only light and 

cooling fan work under demo function. If you hope to use the oven, please set it as OFF SHO 
mode. 

Under ON SHOW mode, the oven will show ON SHO and the current function alternately 

 


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1

5

 

 

every 5 seconds, no matter what function is set.   
Note: demo function has the memory function, If power is cut, demo function continues to work 
after power is on. 
12.2 child lock 

When Steam oven is in OFF (closed) mode, it does not show time, but show only clock icon

“

”

. Press PT1 until it shows OFF SHO on DSP1 and DSP2.Turn PT1 to activate child lock 

function  ON  Bloc.  When  it  shows  ON  bLOC  on  DSP1  and  DSP2,  press  PT2  to  confirm  the 
setting, and it shows icon

“

”

On demo function, the oven does not work including all heating elements. Only light and 

cooling fan work under demo function. If you hope to use the oven, please set it as OFF SHO 
mode. 

Under  child  lock system,  it  will  show  bLOC  for  three seconds  whether  you  press PT1 or 

PT2, and it returns to previous setting. 

Note: Child lock function has the memory function, if power is cut; child lock function continues 
to work after power is on. 
12.3 Unlock   

To unlock temporarily, press PT1 until

“

”

on DSP4 disappear. Then you could choose any 

function or revise parameter. After 2 minutes, it goes back to child lock function.It will go back 
to child lock function automatically. 

To unlock permanently, go into child lock function, refer the instruction manual to unlock. 

13 

、

DESCALING 

Warning: Descaling will take 45 minutes and oven can not be interrupted for your safety. 

You can either open or close the oven door when you begin    descaling

,

procedures are as follows: 



 

With the appliance in OFF status, keep PT1 pressed until OFF SHO appears on DSP1,press 
PT1 continuously until ENTR CAL appear on DSP1 and DSP2.Descaling indicator

“

”

light. 



 

If cancel the function, press PT1 button to enter standby mode   



 

Press PT2 key, digital tube display "PUMP IN" said back extraction system open   



 

When “0.5L” 

appears, that shows you should add 0.5 L descaling solution to water box. 



 

Press PT2 to start descaling function, it will take 30 minutes. 



 

When â€œ1.0L” 

appears, that shows you should empty the water box and then add 1.0 L cold 

water to water box. 



 

Press  PT2  to  start  program,  when  â€œCAL  END”  appears  and  it  beeps  3  times  that  shows 

descaling function is end. 



 

Press PT2 after descaling is finished to return to start status.   

Time interval of descaling depends on Hardness of water and frequency of use.If every week use 
steam  function  4  of  x30  minutes,  in  order  to  extend  our  steam  furnace  life,  we  suggest  you  6 
months after a scale removal function.   

Note

: in the descaling function before water in boiler is empty to smoke; If the boiler inside still 

withhold water inside, in the operation scale removal function of time, the program can't normally 
open. 

14

、

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE 

Before cleaning your oven or performing maintenance, please cut off the power supply.   

 


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6

 

 

In order to prolong the service life of steam oven, please note the following points

:

 



 

The enameled or stainless steel parts should be washed with lukewarm water without using 
any  abrasive powders or  corrosive substances  which could  ruin  them  ;Stainless steel  could 
get  stained  .If  these  stains  are  difficult  to  remove,  use  special  products  available  on  the 
market. After cleaning, it is advisable to rinse thoroughly and dry. 



 

The  inside of  the oven should  preferably  be cleaned immediately  after  use,  when  it  is still 
warm,  with  hot  water  and  soap;  the  soap  should  be  rinsed  away  and  the  interior  dried 
thoroughly. Avoid using abrasive detergents (for example cleaning powders, etc) and abrasive 
sponges  for  dishes  or  acids (such  as  lime  scale 

–remover,  etc„)  as  these  could  damage  the 

enamel .If the grease spots and dirt are particularly tough to remove, use a special product for 
oven cleaning, following the instructions provided on the packet. Never use a steam cleaner 
for cleaning inside of oven. 



 

Suitable for descaling of cleaner, such as liquid coffee machine descaling cleaner. Share not 
with foam cleaner.   



 

Avoid using grinding sand mold cleaner, such as wash mat, steel wire ball, etc, may damage 
the surface   



 

Important: please don't water tank in the dishwasher cleaning.   

Replacing the oven lamp: 

1

)

Disconnect the oven from the power supply by means of the Omni polar switch used to connect 

the appliance to the electrical mains ;or unplug the appliance if the plug is accessible ; 
2

)

Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder ; 

3

)

Remove the lamp and replace with a lamp resistant to high temperatures with the following 

characteristic. 



 

Voltage

:

220-240V 



 

Wattage

:

25W                                                                 



 

Type

:

E14                                                                   

4

)

Replace the glass cover and reconnect the oven   

To The mains Power supply. 

15

、

DISPLAY INFORMATION 

 

Display 

Description 

Descaling 

CAL 

The appliance need to descale 
Flash- decaling program starts 

0.5L 

Add 0.5 liter descaling solution to water box 

1.0L 

Add 1.0 liter cold water to water box 

Water box   

TAN 

Installation errors 

LOU 

Tank water shortage in the work 

Reduce vapor and water backflow 

VRP 

Reduce vapor function is running 

PUMP IN 

Tips are from the tank to the boiler pumping   

PUMP OUT 

Tips are from the boiler to the tank back pumping 

 


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7

 

 

warning 

Hot 

Too high temperature 

door

 

Door not installed   

Err PUMP

 

Flow meter sucking water the latter to get a small amount of water 

 

16

、

TROUBLE SHOOTING 

Warning: Maintenance should be done by a professional mechanic.   
Circumstances that doesn’t need a professional mechanic 



 

With no display

!

 

-Check the time indicator on or off 



 

With no response after press any button! 

-Check if safety lock is on or not.   



 

Steam ov

en doesn’t work!

 

-Check the plug plugged well 
-Check the steam oven power connected or not

。

 

-Make sure the oven door closed tightly and rightly. 
-Ensure nothing caught between the door and front panel of the cavity. 



 

Strange noise happens when steam oven is in operation! 

- Cooking in the process of work noise, such as: steam generator of the pump.   
- Cavity body cavity pressure of steam in the produce. (These are normal phenomenon).   



 

The steam 

oven can’t heat or heat very slowly!

 

-Choose cooking time and temperature set correctly. 
- In the steam oven food block is too big or too cold. 



 

After electrify interior light not bright! 

-If other function normal operation, the likelihood is bulb out; Do not affect steam furnace use.   

 


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