1 Instructions for use and installation Built-in multi-function oven with 8 cooking modes Kullanım ve montaj talimatları 8 programlı çok fonksiyonlu ankastre fırın GL 6 M LD XS GL 6 M RD XS GL 6 MT C XS
3 Contents Introduction... Switching on the first time... Suggestions... A close look... 2 Use Timer Instruction Cooking table... 6 Cleaning and maintaining the oven Service... 9 Safety warnings Installation... 2 Installation instructions Connection to power mains Technical data... 2 Introduction Thank you for choosing a Franke product. Before using the appliance, please read the warnings and instructions in this manual. This will make it easier to operate and also prolong its service life. Keep this booklet for further reference. Switching on the first time Suggestions When using the oven for the first time, run it empty with the temperature knob set to maximum and the door open for at least 40 minutes make sure the room is well ventilated during this procedure. The odour produced during this procedure is produced by the evaporation of the substance used to protect the oven during the period between manufacture and installation. The oven can be used normally once this first procedure has been completed. When cooking food, do not place it in the oven when the oven is cold; rather, allow it to reach the set temperature before placing the food in it. During cooking, never place pans or containers directly on the oven floor; place them on the provided grills or drip trays in one of the five provided shelves; Failure to observe this precaution can damage the oven's internal enamelling. Do not cover the walls of the oven with aluminium foil, especially in the lower part of the cooking compartment. Any repairs must be done by Franke authorised service centre. In case of need, contact our local service centre and use only original spare parts. Your Franke oven uses a special enamel which is easy to keep clean; make sure to clean it frequently to avoid baking on dirt and cooking residue. Self-cleaning panes (if any) can be cleaned with soap and water (see cleaning instructions). Note: - before switching on the oven, read the Timer Instructions. - if the oven is equipped with an automatic cooking or switching off programmer, select the manual option indicated by the symbol to use the oven manually.
4 A close look A Control Panel A C B B Program selector knob Selects the mode of operation of the oven depending on the type of cooking desired. When the knob is set to a program, the oven's internal light lights up to show that the oven is on. C Digital Timer Franke ovens have a variety of methods of monitoring and controlling cooking times, consult pag.4 for specific detailed instructions; after you have identified the type of control provided by your oven, you will find full instructions on how to use it Thermostat indicator light Highlighted by the symbol this indicates that the electrical heating elements are on. The indicator light turns off when the set temperature has been reached, and turns back on again when the heating elements are switched on again. Use this light to check that the oven is at the correct temperature before inserting the food. A Temperature regulator knob (Thermostat) Sets the temperature required for the type of food being cooked, and ensures that it is kept constant throughout the cooking cycle. To select the temperature, turn the knob clockwise so that the index mark indicates the temperature in question. Maximum temperature is around 260 C. G Drip tray and grille guides Used for locating the grilles and drip trays in the five available positions ( to 5 starting from the bottom); the cooking table indicates which position gives best results for each type of cooking. H Drip tray Normally used for collecting juice from roasts or for cooking food directly; the drip tray can be removed from the oven if not required. The drip trays are constructed in AA enamelled food safe steel. I Grid Used for supporting pans, pastry moulds, and any containers other than the provided drip trays, and especially for cooking with the meat and fish grill and fan grill functions, toasting bread, etc. B A G I H 2
5 Use Cooling fan This oven combines the advantages of traditional static natural convection ovens with those of modern fan ovens. It is an extremely versatile appliance which allows for easy and safe selection of 5 different cooking methods. Use knobs (B) and (F) on the control panel to select the program and temperature. For best results from your Franke oven, consult the cooking table pag. 9. In order to reduce the temperature at the front of the oven, the control panel and side panels, Franke ovens are equipped with a cooling fan which automatically turns on when the oven is hot. When the fan is running, you will notice hot air blowing from the front of the oven between the front panel and the oven door; Franke has made sure that the air jet does not disturb the kitchen environment and that noise is kept to a minimum. To protect the surrounding kitchen units, the fan keeps running after cooking until the oven has cooled down. Cooking programmes Top Element only Select termostat tempereture from between 50 C to 250 C for keeping cooked food warm or gently reheating. Bottom Element only Select the desired tempereture between 50 C to 250 C. Suitable for very slow cooking and warming up of food. Natural static cooking Set the thermostat knob (F) to between 50 C and Max (250 C). The heat source is both above the food (roof heating element) and below it (floor heating element). This is the traditional cooking method which results in uniform cooking on a single shelf. Fan cooking Set the thermostat knob (F) to between 50 C and Max (250 C). This turns on the top (roof) element, the bottom (floor) element and the fan. The resulting constant, even heat cooks and browns the food uniformly. With this mode, you can also cook various dishes at the same time, on up to a maximum of 2 different rack heights. Power Ventilated Mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50 C and Max (250 C).The circular heating element is turned on.because of the uniform distribution of the heat, it cooks and roasts the food completely and entirely. It is possible to cook different food at the same time which has same cooking temperature. Multy Power Ventilated Mode The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50 C and Max (250 C). 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 yis mor 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.
6 Pizza / Quick Cooking The thermostat knob (E) should be set to between 50 C and Max (250 C). The circular heating element, along with the top and bottom heating elements and the fan are turned on.this is the mostpowerful cooking mode available in your Franke oven, and the heat distribution was espacially designed to perform a prevalent action towards 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 The thermostat knob (F) should normally be set to Max (250 C), although a lower temperature can be set, in which case grilling will be slower. The grill heating element at the top of the oven turns on. In this case the fast surface cooking due to infrared radiation keeps the interior of the meat tender; the grill can also be used quickly toasting up to 9 slices of bread. Franke ovens, for safety reasons, are intended to grill food with the oven door completely closed. Warning: the grill heating element is very hot when in use; take care not to touch it accidentally when handling the food; Franke has designed the opening of the oven compartment in such a way as to protect your hands. Fan grill cooking The thermostat knob (F) should normally be set to Max (250 C), although a lower temperature can be set, in which case grilling will be slower. The grill heating element at the top of the oven turns on, as well as the fan. This combines unidirectional heating with fan driven distribution of the air throughout the oven. It thus prevents burning the surface of the food and increases penetration of the heat. This function gives excellent results for mixed meat and vegetable kebabs, sausages, pork ribs and lamb chops, devilled chicken, quail with sage, pork fillets, etc... Defrost: When the termostat is in off position, perform the oven in upper+bottom+fan position or gril+fan position 4
7 C The electronic cooking timer TIME OF DAY ADJUSTMENT You can adjust the displayed time only if no automatic cooking program is in progress (there is just the time and the hand icon on the screen). Press the button, a small triangle between the hours and minutes will start to flash, use the or buttons for adjustment. Long presses of those buttons will enable fast adjustments. ) Switch into time 2) Adjust the time using ) Screen will be adjustment mode. the + or buttons. stabilized in 5 seconds. ADJUSTING THE BUZZER ALARM With this feature, you can program after how much elapsed time you should be warned by a buzzer sound. ) Switch into buzzer alarm 2) Give in the period of ) After a few seconds screen mode. time to be counted down will return to clock mode Note: Once programmed, the remaining time can be seen by pressing the once button 5
8 CANCELLING THE BUZZER SOUND ) Buzzer will sound after the programmed 2) Press the button to cancel. amount of time elapses. AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM If you want to start cooking immediately, you just have to give in the cooking time. Example: We placed our food into the oven and want it to be cooked for 2 hours and 5 minutes. ) Current time is 8:0. 2) Switch into cooking time ) Adjust the cooking time using mode. the + or buttons. 4) After a few seconds, the screen will indicate that cooking has started and show the current time Now, you have programmed your oven to cook the food for 2 hours and 5 minutes. Please do not forget to bri ng the function and/or temperature knobs of your oven to appropriate positions. Note: You may cancel the automatic cooking mode any time by pressing the button. In the above example, cooking immediately started after giving in the cooking period. By pressing the button, you can see the ready time, ie. the time when the food will be ready to serve, and if you want, you can al so change it. In the example below, the ready time will be changed to 2:0. ) Displayed is the ready 2) Set it to the desired time ) In a few seconds, screen time 8:0+2:5=20:45. by using the + or buttons. switches to clock mode. 6
9 We now have programmed our oven to get the food ready at 2:0. Since the cooking time was preprogrammed as 2 hours 5 minutes, your oven will start cooking at 9:5, so that the food is ready at 2:0. Screen just when cooking starts Screen just when cooking ends When automatic cooking is completed, a buzzer alarm is heared and will sound, if not stopped, for minutes. ) Switch your oven OFF 2) Reset the timer. Note: Your oven will be inoperative until you reset the timer. In the example shown, cooking time has been progr ammed first, the ready time was calculated automatically and was editted by us. It is also poss ible first to program the ready time, in that cas e the cooking time will be calculated automat ically and should be editted thereafter. During the automatic cooking program, the backlight color of the screen will be green before and red during cooking. IN CASE MAINS POWER LOSS Mains power interrupts will switch your oven into OFF mode. In that case the hand icon on the screen will flash and 2:00 will be displayed. Any cooking program will also be cancelled. Press the button to get your oven operative, press once again to the button switch to adjust the clock (See TIME OF DAY ADJUSTMENT) Note: If you will not use your oven right now, be sure that it is in OFF position. FLASHING HAND ICON INDICATES THAT YOUR OVEN IS INOPERATIVE AND YOU SHOULD PRESS THE BUTTON TO RESET BUZZER VOLUME ADJUSTMENT ) Long press the button 2) Using the + or buttons, ) Save your selection by for 5 sec, you will hear the you may adjust the volume pressing the button. current tone. ( steps available).
10 BUZZER TONE ADJUSTMENT Press the button for 5 seconds ( till you see pr on the screen). Press the button to decrease buzzer volume Press the button to increase buzzer volume (default is already high) Press the button to record the last heard tone. CREATING YOUR BACKLIGHT COLOUR Press the button for 5 seconds (till display indicates 'r xx', where xx is a number between 00 and 00 indicating the red content) Press the or button to change the red colour content on the display between 00 and 00 You may press button to switch to green and blue and make the same colour content adjustment via or as in red. When desired colour is obtained, press the button for 5 seconds to record it. Note: To exit without recording press the button. AUTO BACKLIGHT COLOUR CHANGE in AUTO MODE ON/OFF Press the button for 5 seconds ( till display indicates ON or OFF). Backlight colour change option toggles from ON to OFF or vice versa. If this option is ON, backlight colour is red during cooking, green as waiting the cooking time in auto mode. If this option is OFF, backlight colour doesn't change at auto mode. BACKLIGHT ON/OFF Press the button 5 second (till display indicates ON or OFF). Backlight option toggles from ON to OFF or vice versa. If this option is ON, backlight is always ON. If this option is OFF, backlight is OFF at manual status. Backlight will be turned on for 5 seconds when a valid button is pressed. CLICK ON/OFF Press the button for 5 seconds (till display indicates ON or OFF). Click option toggles from ON to OFF or vice versa. If this option is ON, click is heard when a button is pressed. If this option is OFF, no click tone is produced. RETURN to DEFAULT SETTINGS Press the button for 0 seconds (until pr d appears on the display ). Defaults : Buzzer : high tone Backlight colour : 0% red, 50% green, 00% blue ( light blue tone ) Backlight colour changing at auto mode : ON Backlight : ON Click tone : ON. 8
11 DISPLAY AND TOUCH KEYS OVERVIEW GL 6 M TC XS Display : Time of day shows the time of day; Combination Display-indicates the selected cooking function Temperature Display indicates the adjusted oven temperature Timer / Meat probe Display shows timer or food temperature status Status symbol- shows the oven status Pause indicates that the cooking with the parameters on screen, is paused by user Key lock indicator Touch keys :. ON/OFF- switches the device ON or OFF 2. Stops any program;. - Temperature adjustment; 4. Timer Menu/Meat probe functions; 5. - Minus; 6. - Plus;. - Function adjustment-down; 8. - Function adjustment-up; 9. - Rapid Heat Up; 0. - Activates or deactivates the keylock;. - Lamp ON or OFF; 2. Start Cooking Key; 9
12 . General Overview: Resistance and fan combinations in the menu can be selected using touch keys in the user interface. Cooking time, end time ( if meat probe is used end temperature ), cooking temperature are adjustable. Additionally keep warm, heat up, real time display, stopwatch, and key lock functions are available. SWITCHING THE CONTROL ON or OFF: key activates or deactivates the control (independently from child lock). When the control is OFF, the screen is completely blank. Pressing key for second, activates the control. The current time of day appears on the display. Note: In case of any occurred power interrupt, the current time of day will not be correct any more. A flashing 0:00 will appear on the time of day display. It is impossible to use any features of the control without setting the time of day. The correct time can be adjusted using the and keys. Pressing for second as control is ON, sets the control in the OFF state. ADJUSTING TIME OF DAY: Touch and hold both and buttons until time of day digits start flashing. Using or keys, set the correct time. Wait for seconds, flashing will stop, adjustment is completed. SELECTING A COOKING FUNCTION : Using either of or keys, you may scroll through the function menu. 0
13 The current function will flash on the Function Display for seconds and the default cooking temperature assigned to this function will appear on the temperature display (Note: For some functions, a temperature control is not possible and the temperature display is blank). The is steady on the status display, whereas is flashing, indicating that you are ready to cook but not started yet. CHANGING THE ASSIGNED DEFAULT OVEN TEMPERATURE: The Temperature Setting on the Temperature Display might be changed by touching the button- the Temperature Display starts flashing- and setting the desired value using or in 5 degree intervals. (!)Note: If you want to replace the default temperature setting for this function with this adjusted temperature permanently, touch for approximately 5 seconds, until a buzzer tone is heard. The factory set default temperature for this function is now permanently changed. MANUAL COOKING: Once a function is selected, touching the key, initiates cooking with a temperature setting on the temperature display (if any). disapears, and the time passed in cooking starts to be displayed on the timer/meat probe display. Cooking will continue until it is ended by the user manually ( see: to pause,edit or end cooking) or the maximum allowed cooking time, depending on the selected cooking temperature, has passed, as listed below: C 0h C 6h C h In half and full automatic cooking, as described later, cooking is ended automatically depending on the parameters entered by the user before initiating cooking (by touching ) TO PAUSE, EDIT or END COOKING: Touching during cooking, interrupts the cooking progress and starts flashing, whereas other portions of the display remain the same. All oven heating elements and turbo fan are disabled temporarily. Cooking is paused. To end cooking, touch once again, all cooking related indications on the display disappear. The temperature display will indicate the residual heat,if any ( see: Residual Heat Indication ).
14 Note: After cooking has ended, touching brings the previous function and temperature settings on the screen, by a second touch, cooking may be initiated again. To edit the cooking parameters (Fuction, Temperature, etc), use the appropriate buttons as described in this document. Touching will restart cooking with the edited parameters. AUTOMATIC COOKING: Automatic cooking means, that cooking will end automatically according to the parameters you tell the control after selecting the cooking function and temperature but before touching. Half Automatic Cooking: This method is used when NO meat probe is used and you want to start cooking immediately, entering the desired cooking duration. ) Select the desired function and adjust (if needed) the temperature as described before in this document. 2) Touch key. will flash on the timer screen. ) Adjust the required cooking duration using and keys. appears on the status display. ( If duration is brought to 0:00, two warning beeps occur) 4) Touch key, disappears, cooking starts. The cooking end time is displayed on the timer display, together with symbol. Full Automatic Cooking: This method is used when NO meat probe is used and you want the food to be ready at a certain time in future. Therefore, this method is also called Delayed Cooking ) Go through steps to of half automatic cooking (setting the cooking duration) 2) Touch key again, flashes on the timer screen together with the current cooking end time. ) Adjust the desired end time using and keys. on the status display may disappear whereas is still there, indicating that a delayed cooking is programmed and cooking will not start immediately. 4) Touch key, disappears, cooking starts. The cooking end time is displayed on the timer display, together with symbol. 2
15 Cooking with Meat Probe: Meat probe is a sensor, connected to plug inside the oven and inserted into the meat to be cooked. Using the meat probe, cooking is automatically ended when the meat reaches the desired temperature. ) Select the desired function and adjust (if needed) the temperature as described before in this document. 2) Touch key. The default value of the meat probe temperature will flash on the right two digits of the timer/meat probe display. will appear on the screen. ) Adjust the desired meat temperature at cooking end in the range C using and keys. 4) Touch, disappears, cooking starts. The actual meat temperature is displayed on the left, the adjusted end temperature on the right portion of the timer/meat probe display. During Cooking: The 5 bars on the temperature display give an indication about the actual oven temperature. Each bar is assigned to /5 th of the adjusted value. The uparrow near the bars flashes, when the heating elements are currently active. AUTOMATIC END OF COOKING: After cooking ends automatically, the temperature display will indicate the residual heat,if any ( see: Residual Heat Indication ), will be flashing and buzzer will sound for minutes. Touching will cancel the latter. Residual Heat Indication: After cooking has ended manually or automatically, if the internal oven temperature is above 60 C, down arrow on the right side of heat bars flashes every 2 second and also hot is displayed on the temperature display. Each one of the 5 heat bars symbolize now 60 C. This indication goes on until the oven temperature falls below 60 C. SPECIAL FEATURES: Lamp ON/OFF: The lamp inside the oven will be ON, whenever a function is being or is adjusted. It will get OFF, after cooking and residual heat indication ends. However, it can be switched ON or OFF touching, except using the defrost function.
16 Heat Up Rapidly: Sometimes it is desired to bring the oven temperature rapidly to the adjusted value. Touching will energize the circular resistance and/or turbo fan temporarily to achieve a rapid heat up. symbol will be visible on the screen, after reaching the adjusted oven temperature, it will vanish and a buzzer tone is heard. Note: Rapid heat up is not allowed for some functions (grill) or when the actual temperature is less than 50C away from the adjusted one or the adjusted temperature is below 00 C. Child Lock: Child lock can be activated or deactivated via touching the key for second, until the symbol appears on the screen. When child lock is activated, no key except, is accepted. Minute Minder Alarm: Touch and release key until appears in a flashing manner. Give in the time in minutes, using the or keys. Flashing will stop after seconds, a buzzer alarm lasting minutes will be produced after the adjusted time has elapsed. This alarm can be stopped touching any of or keys. Alarm Clock: Touch and release key until appears in a flashing manner. Give in the alarm time, using the or keys. Flashing will stop after seconds, a buzzer alarm will be produced when the adjusted time has come. This alarm can be stopped touching any of or keys. ERROR INDICATIONS: When situations which prevent normal operation occur, the device enters error mode. Device is in the standby status but an error code is displayed on Time of Day Display. Even if the error recovers, this code will remain on the display until key is touched. A total number of 8 error codes exist: Err: Communication error Err2: PT000 open circuit Err: PT000 short circuit Err4: Temperature exceed in user interface Err5: Temperature exceed in the power module. Err6: Temperature sensor failure in the user interface. Err: Temperature sensor failure in the power module. Err8: Main power error. There is no warm up detected although heating elements seem to be activated. 4
17 Programmable Options Buzzer Tone: There are three buzzer tones to select. Touch the key 5 seconds long, time of day display will show the currently valid tone as tn (high) or tn 2 (medium) or tn (low)". The valid tone can be changed by a key touch within seconds after the last one. Default tone is tn. Key Sound: There are three key sound options to select. Touch the key key 5 seconds long, time of day display will show the currently valid key tone as bt (beep tone) or c (click tone) or nt" (no tone). The valid key sound can be changed by a key touch within seconds after the last one. Default key sound is bt. Time of Day Mode 24h/2h: Default mode is 24 hours. If 2h am/pm mode is desired, touch both and keys 5 secons long. Mode changes and a beep tone occurs. Do the same for vice versa. Auto Power Save (APS): APS is an option not set as factory setting. If set, the control will be switched OFF automatically, whenever there is nothing other than the time of day to be displayed. Touching 5 seconds long in idle mode (no cooking related operation present) activates this option, Time of day digits will show PS ON for a few seconds accompanied with a beep tone. Cancelling this option is done in the same way, PS OF will be shown on the screen. 5
18 Cooking table Setting the selector knob Type of food Weight (Kg) Rack position Preheating time (min.) Setting the thermostat knob Cooking duration (min.) Natural static cooking Assisted cooking Cooking + fan "Multi power" cooking + fan Pizza "quick cooking" Grill Grill + fan cooking Roast pork Omelettes Cod-gilthead-turbot Ordinary bread Pies Freshwater fish Polenta with sauce Cheesecakes Roast pork loin Baked rabbit Crescia Marchigiana (quick flat bread) Baked crayfish Cod-gilthead-turbot Ordinary bread Fruit tarts Savoury pies Pumpkin bread Wholemeal bread Puff pastry Salt biscuits Vegetable pies Cakes Cheese pies Trout en papillote Baked rabbit + Meat pies + Savoury pies Chicken Roast suckling-pig Salt biscuits Fruit tarts Baked potatoes Buns Ordinary bread Black bread Pizza Roast beef Knuckle of pork/veal Turkey Chicken wings Chops Scallops Baked potatoes Freshwater fish Tomatoes au gratin Eel kebabs Turkey kebabs Chicken legs Spare-ribs Guinea-fowl Gilthead en papillote Chicken Quails Sausages Vegetables cont cont. 2-4 cont. 2-5 cont. 2, or 4-4 cont. -4 cont. --5 cont. 2 or --5 cont. --5 cont. --5 cont. 2-4 cont. --5 cont. 4 or 5 or 4 or 4 2 or 4 4 or or C 200 C 80 C 5 C 200 C 200 C 80 C 80 C 80 C 90 C 200 C 200 C 50 C 80 C 5 C 80 C 80 C 90 C 90 C 90 C 80 C 80 C 80 C 200 C C C 200 C 80 C 200 C 80 C Max. 80 C 80 C Max. 80 C 80 C 80 C Max. Max. Max. Max. Max. Max. Max. Max. 220 C Max. Max. 200 C Max. Max. Max. Max NOTE: The instructions in the table are the result of cooking tests carried out by a team of professional chefs. They are given only as a guide and can be changed according to personal tastes. 6
19 Cleaning and maintaining the oven Important Cleaning the oven door Replacing the oven light Before maintaining the oven, always remove the power plug from its mains socket or switch off power with the master power switch. The stainless steel and enamelled parts of the oven will stay as good as new if regularly cleaned with water or special detergents, make sure to dry them carefully after cleaning. Never use scouring pads, steel wool, muriatic acid or other products which could scratch or mark the surface. Do not use steam cleaners. Stains on the base of the oven, due to various cooking products (sauces, sugar, egg white and fats) are always produced by spills and splashes. Splashes occur during cooking and the result of cooking at too high a temperature, while spills are due to the use of insufficiently capacious cooking vessels or an incorrect estimate of increases in volume during cooking. These two problems can be solved by using cooking vessels with high borders or by using the provided drip tray. As regards cleaning the lower part of the oven, clean off any stains when the oven is still slightly warm; the longer you delay cleaning them off, the harder it is to remove them. The oven door must be cleaned, both inside and out, when the oven is completely cold using hot water. Do not use abrasive cloths. Clean the glass with special detergent. Clean the enamelled surfaces, and the oven interior, with hot water and non-abrasive detergent. Franke ovens are equipped with a circular lamp positioned on the top left at the back of the compartment. Replace the oven light as follows: - Switch off power to the appliance with the master power switch used in connecting the oven to the mains supply, or by removing the plug from the mains socket, if it can be reached. - Unscrew the glass cover (A). - Unscrew the bulb and replace with a high temperature resistant bulb (00 C) of the following type: Voltage: 220/20V - 50Hz Power: 5W Fitting: (E4) small - Refit the glass cover (A) and reconnect the power supply. A
20 Removing the oven door Removal oven door for easy cleaning Before cleaning the oven door, we advise you to follow below steps to seperate oven door from the oven body:. Open the door completely. Dismount the locking part on the hinge by lifting with screwdriver. 2. Push the locking part in the direction of the glass door to the hinge body.. Open the glass door to the back slightly and insert the locking part to it s place on hinge. Make sure that this is done on both for left and right hinges. 4. Lift the door slightly and pull the door with your two hands to seperate from the oven. Inserting the oven door After cleaning, for inserting oven door to oven body it is recommended to apply below steps:. Hold the door in open position and insert the hinge to hinge counter part. 2. Open the glass door to the back slightly for getting the locking part and then push ahead and lock with screwdriver.. Open and close the door to make sure that it has been fitted correctly. ( For GL 6 M TC XS ) Don't work the oven unless install the glass door 8