You are looking for an instruction manual for your Siemens device?

The German firm Siemens can look back on a long history of prosperity. Founded in 1847 by Werner von Siemens, the craftsman’s workshop soon was growing into a big, globally successful company. Only one week after the founding, von Siemens and the mechanical engineer, Johann Georg Halske, were awarded a patent on the design of their pointer telegraph. This invention, however, was just the beginning of a long-lasting boom, especially on the road toward modern telecommunication.
Today, after periods of consolidation, new partnerships, and the expansion of markets and areas of business, Siemens is worldwide present. Its core activities are in the fields of energy, healthcare, industry, and infrastructure. It provides a great diverse range of products in the household sector, including home appliances, energy-efficient lighting to security systems and automation.

How do you download a Siemens user guide?
If you have any problems concerning these consumer products, do not hesitate to consult the comprehensive service area of Siemens online. For searching the user guide for your Siemens product, just follow the link below. The operating manual can be downloaded from the official website for free. Therefore, just enter the proper E-number/Model number and you will be offered the appropriate owner’s handbook.


Siemens Service Section - User Guide Download


Siemens Ideas + Know How:

Question: 24V power output voltage is missing and led flashes from Siemens SITOP Power 5
Answer: This fault is caused by a damaged electrolyth capacitor 100µF/35V - Contact your local dealer to replace this defective spare part.

Do you know any trick for your Siemens product that saved you a lot of time? Just let us know about it and share your knowledge with other users.


Siemens models Microwaves / Ovens

iQ700 Built-in microwave CF634AGS1B, BE634LGS1B, BF634LGS1B
iQ500 Built-in microwave BF555LMS0B, BF525LMS0B
iQ500 Built-in compact microwave with steam function CP465AGB0B, CP565AGS0B
iQ500 Built-in compact oven with microwave function CM585AMS0B,
iQ700 Built-in compact oven with microwave function CM633GBS1B, CM656GBS6B, CM676GBS6B, CM678G4S6B, CM878G4B6B


What can be put in the microwave?

It is surprising how many types of items can be put in the microwave. Pay attention to the information in your operating instructions!
Normally the following materials/objects are suitable for the microwave:

Can glass dishes be put in the microwave?
Glass and ceramic tableware is generally suitable for the microwave.
Objects made of crystal glass or handmade pottery are not suitable.

Can plastic dishes, e.g. Tupperware, be put in the microwave?
Not all plastics are suitable for the microwave. For example, you should not put
disposable plastics (used for yoghurt pots, cream cheese and other food products)
Also do not use cracked, old or discoloured plastic containers.
However, plastic boxes that are intended for long-term use, such as Tupperware, can be put in the microwave.

Can paper plates be put in the microwave?
If it is a simple paper plate, it can be put in the microwave. Paper plates that are coated with a thin layer of plastic are not suitable for microwave ovens.
Paper plates or paper bowls must be marked as microwaveable.

User Manual Information

A user manual shows you all important operating steps and the correct handling of the product.
All useful information published in a user manual should be easy to read so that you can understand all technical operating instructions.
Please follow the instructions in your user manual as well as the operating conditions and safety instructions to ensure that the product functions properly and remains usable for a long time.
Only use the manufacturer's operating instructions.