2 operating the timer – Gaggenau EB 210/211 User Manual
3.2 Operating the timer
The required mode and temperature can be set
before and after time programming by turning the
“Temperature" or “Mode" knob.
As long as one or several symbol(s) in the display
flash(es), no input is possible and no value is pro-
grammed or an invalid value has been programmed.
All time values are entered by means of the
(Timer), +, – and
Every input triggers an audible and a visible signal.
If you select a program (e.g. end), but you do not
enter a value, the current time will appear on the
display after 20 seconds.
An entered value (e.g. duration programming) must
be confirmed within 20 seconds
key). Entered values are not stored if they are not
(Confirmation) key if you wish to
confirm a value during programming.
If you press any other key instead, the entered
value will not be stored and will disappear.
You can query set values by pressing the
(Timer) key. The value appears on the display for
around 10 seconds. During this time, you can
modify the value by pressing the + or – key and you
can confirm it by pressing the
Press the + and – keys at the same time if you wish
to clear a value.
If you have already programmed a time value once
(e.g. a duration) on the appliance, this previously
programmed value will be proposed to you when
programming a value again.
The longer you press the + or – key when
programming a time, the faster the time elapses on
After the programmed time has elapsed, the
corresponding symbol flashes on the display. For
example, if you have programmed an end time, the
(End time) symbol will flash. An audible signal is
also sounded. Heating is deactivated and the oven
lighting goes off. You can restart the previously
selected mode by pressing any key on the display.
You end the baking process by turning the
“Temperature" knob to 0.
Switching from the automatic mode to the “normal
Turn the temperature control knob back to 0.
The oven will then no longer heat. The previously
programmed time value is retained. An audible
signal sounds after the entered time has elapsed.
if the time is not displayed accurately on the
timer, this is not due to a technical defect. The
mains frequency of the public power supply is the
time base for the timers. In Europe, this is a
standard frequency of 50 Hz (Hertz). As far as this
point is concerned, power supply networks that are
fed from power stations in eastern Europe fluctuate.
This is why an incorrect time may be displayed.
This discrepancy has no influence on the functions
and program sequences of the appliance.
Every alarm goes off after 3 minutes.
all time programming functions can be