Belling BI 70 G and Grill, Oven Manual
Category of Device: Grill, Oven
Document: Belling BI 70 G and User Manual And Installation, File Type: PDF
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 1 Page 1 Belling BI 70 G ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 2 Page 2 The appliance must be installed (and serviced) by a GAS SAFE registered approved installeror a person competent to ensure that the installation is in accordance with “The Gas Safety(Installation and Use) Regulations 1994”, and the “The Gas Safety (Installation and Use)(Amendment) Regulations 1996”. Failure to comply with these Reg...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 3 Page 3 User Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 4 Page 4 We hope that the following information will help you to familiariseyourself with the features of theappliance, and to use it successfullyand safely.Our policy is one of constantdevelopment and improvement. Strictaccuracy of illustrations and specificationsis not guaranteed. Modification to design and materials may be necessary subsequent to publication. This appliance must be installed...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 5 Page 5 The cooling fanThe cooling fan helps to keep theexterior cool during normal use.When a burner is operated, youshould hear the cooling fan switch onautomatically and be able to feel airevacuating from the appliance ventsjust below the fascia. The cooling fanwill continue to operate for approximately 10 minutes after turning off the burners. This is norma...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 6 Page 6 Glass door panelsTo meet the relevant Standards ofDomestic cooking appliances, all theglass panels on this appliance aretoughened to meet the fragmentationrequirements of BS3193. This ensuresthat, in the unlikely event that a panelbreaks, it does so into small fragmentsto minimise the risk of injury.Please take care when handling, usingor ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 7 Page 7 When you are cooking, keepchildren away from the vicinityof the appliance.This product is designed as a domesticcooking appliance for the preparationand cooking of domestic food products, and should not be used forany other purpose. Remove all packaging from the appliance before using for thefirst time. Make sure you read and understand the instructi...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 8 Page 8 Caution: Accessible parts maybe hot when the grill is used,young children should be keptaway. Grill operationImportant: The door must be fullyopen when the grill is used.Open the grill door.Push in and turn the grill control knobclockwise to the grill position.To switch off, turn the control knobclockwise to return it to the “...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 9 Page 9 Using the grillPush the grill pan towards the back ofthe shelf, to position it under the grill.Variation in grilling can be achievedby moving the grill pan up or down. The speed of grilling can also becontrolled by selecting a higher orlower shelf position.Always use the top shelf position forfast toasting.For toasting, and ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 10 Page 10 8 Using the Ovens When you are cooking, keepchildren away from the vicinityof the oven. NotesIn the event of the flame beingaccidentally extinguished, the flamewill automatically re-light, owing tothe automatic re-ignition system.If it is found over a period of time thatthe oven becomes hotter when used ata particular gas mark, the therm...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 11 Page 11 9 Using the Ovens Using the top oven The top oven can be used in the sameway as the main oven to cook a fullrange of dishes, however it is asecondary oven and there are somedifferences.The top oven cavity is smaller in sizeand therefore better suited to smallerdishes and food portions. Please donot over load the ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 12 Page 12 10 Dish Recommended Suggested Approximate gas mark shelf cooking time position (preheated oven) Scones 7 3 10 - 15 mins Meringues “S” slow setting 5 2 - 3 hours CakesSmall cakes 5 3 15 - 25 mins Whisked sponge 5 3 20 - 30 mins Swiss roll 6 3 10 - 12 mins Victoria sandwich 4 3 20 - 35 mins (2 x 180mm / 7” per shelf) (Side by side) Genoese sponge 5 3 25 - 30 mins (2 x ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 13 Page 13 11 Using the Ovens When you are cooking, keepchildren away from the vicinityof the oven. Using the Main Oven Ignition main ovenPush in and turn the main oven controlknob anti clockwise to the ‘ FULL ON ’ position (gas mark 9). The ignitionsystem will spark automatically. Pushin the control knob to ignite the gas.The sparking will...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 14 Page 14 Dish Recommended Shelf Approximate gas mark position cooking times Scones 7 top to middle 8 - 15 mins Meringues “S” (slow setting) middle to bottom 2 - 3 hours CakesSmall cakes 5 middle to top 15 - 25 mins Whisked sponge 5 middle to top 20 - 25 mins Swiss roll 6 middle to top 10 - 12 mins Victoria sandwich 4 middle to top 20 - 30 mins (2 x 180mm / 7”)Genoese...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 15 Page 15 Roasting guideThe times given in the roasting guideare only approximate, because thesize and age of the bird will influencecooking times as will the shape of ajoint and the proportion of the bone.Frozen meat should be thoroughlythawed before cooking. For large joints it is advisable to thaw overnight.Frozen poultry should be thoroughlyth...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 16 Page 16 14 Using the Ovens Roast TurkeyRoasting Turkey perfectly involvescooking two different types of meat -the delicate light breast meat, whichmust not be allowed to dry out, andthe darker leg meat, which takeslonger to cook.The Turkey must be roasted longenough for the legs to cook, sofrequent basting is necessary. The breast meat can be...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 17 Page 17 Cooking frozen & chilled foods Preheat the oven. When cooking frozen or chilled foods, please follow the manufacturer’sinstructions. If cooking more thanone tray or item, cooking timesmay need to be increased. Please ensure that foods are piping hot before consumption. Always use the temperature setting stated on food packagingwhen coo...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 18 Page 18 Using the Ovens 16 Semi-Automatic cooking in themain ovenThe semi-automatic cooking facility iscontrolled by the programmer (see‘Programmer/Clock’ section) andallows for the finish time to be set. Ifyou know the cooking time of the dishthat you are cooking, you can set thisand the oven will automatically turn offwhen this time is rea...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 19 Page 19 17 Programmer / Clock The clock on this product has twomodes of operation, fully automatic orsemi-automatic. This product is intended for use on the semi automaticmode only. If for some reason thismode has not already been pre-set,the following procedure should beused to set it to this mode:- 1. Turn the power off to the appliancefo...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 20 Page 20 Programmer / Clock 18 The programmer buttons minusplus The ‘function’ button in the centre isused for setting the minute minder andsetting up the automatic cooking. Seebelow for details. To set the time of day When the power is turned on to theappliance, the time of day starts from0.00.Press and release the (minus) and (plus) buttons simu...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 21 Page 21 Programmer / Clock Semi-automatic cooking There are two types of semi automaticcooking available on this appliance. The oven must be switched on, and inuse to use either of these functionssuccessfully. The Duration method allows you to setthe oven for a specific length of time.If a dish needs 2 hours to cook, then itis possible ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 22 Page 22 Programmer / Clock 20 Programmer / Clock 1. The Duration method 2. 3. 4. The End Time method 5. 6. Semi-automatic cooking The Duration method Press the Function button twice,(1) which will skip past the MinuteMinder. The LED display will flash the word ‘dur’, (2) and the ‘A’ will flash on theleft hand side of the display. Use the Plus and...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 23 Page 23 Caution: Any cleaning agentused incorrectly may damagethe appliance.Always let the appliance coolbefore cleaning.Some cooking operations generate aconsiderable amount of grease. This,combined with spillage, can become ahazard if allowed to accumulate onthe appliance through lack of cleaning.In extreme cases this may amount tomisuse of the appliance and...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 24 Page 24 Glass parts FACIA PANEL & DOOR PANELS Use a mild cream cleaner.Rinse thoroughly and dry with a softcloth. Do not use abrasive cleanersor polishes.To remove the glass panel for cleaning,open the door to the door stop position(about 30˚ open), hold the top andbottom edges of the panel and slideout. Note that if the door is...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 25 Page 25 Stainless Steel surfaces (stainlesssteel finish models only) FACIA PANEL , HANDLES , DOOR PANELS Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hotsoapy water, and dry with a soft cloth.Stubborn marks can be removed usingstainless steel cleaner. We recommend that you clean the wholeof the stainless steel area to maintain auniform finish. Supplies can be purchased from...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 26 Page 26 Before you start: Please read the instructions. Planning your installation willsave you time and effort.Prior to installation, ensure that the localdistribution conditions (nature of the gas andgas pressure) and the adjustment of theappliance are compatible. The adjustmentconditions are stated on the data badge.This appliance is not connected to a combustionevac...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 27 Page 27 Before you start - please read theinstructions carefully - planning yourinstallation will save you time and effort.Look at the different ways the appliancecan be installed - as shown on thefollowing pages - and plan the installationto suit your situation.Leave the appliance in the base traypackaging until you are ready to insta...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 28 Page 28 26 Installation Instructions Method 1: Without housing unit (between 2 base units)Before installing the appliance, checkthe internal dimensions as shown.The space for the appliance must beclear of obstruction. You may have tocut into or remove any rear crossmembers to obtain the 550mmminimum depth. The Fixing KitShould you need a replacement fixingkit&...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 29 Page 29 27 Installation Instructions Method 1: Without housing unit (between 2 base units)Shown with fixing kit min 550mm 598-602mm 710mm runners 50mm side trim 687mm ...
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Belling BI 70 G and Manual Page 30 Page 30 Method 1: Without housing unit (between 2 base units)Shown without fixing kit Installation Instructions 28 min 550mm 598-602mm side trim ...
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