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KitchenAid KRAB 6010 Instructions For Use Manual

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KRAB 6010

Instructions for use

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  • Page 1: Instructions For Use

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:27 Pagina 1 KRAB 6010 Instructions for use...

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:27 Pagina 3 Before using the appliance Safeguarding the environment Precautions and general recommendations Foreword Routine maintenance Installation guidelines Installation Alarms Technical specifications Standard features Dimensions of equipment Dimensions of packaging Electrical diagram...

  • Page 4: Before Using The Appliance

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:27 Pagina 4 Before using the appliance • Your new appliance is designed exclusively for 2. Allow the appliance to stand for at least least domestic use. two hours after installation before switching the To get the best out of your appliance, please appliance on, this is to ensure that the cooling read these instructions carefully.

  • Page 5: Precautions And General Recommendations

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:27 Pagina 5 Precautions and general recommendations • During installation, ensure the power cable is • Do not store or use petrol, flammable liquids or not damaged. gas in the vicinity of this or other electrical • Make sure the appliance is not near a heat appliances.

  • Page 6: Foreword

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:27 Pagina 6 Foreword A Blast chiller is a professionally designed household equipment for blast chilling and shock freezing food and fast chilling beverages. Food that is blast chilled with the blast chiller after cooking maintains its original texture flavour and aroma for 5-7 days.

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:27 Pagina 7 Timer-controlled cycle The blast chilling and shock freezing cycles can also be carried out in timer-controlled mode. The pre-set duration of the blast chilling cycle is 1:30 (hours:minutes) and that of the shock freezing cycle is 4:00 (hours:minutes).

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 8 Air temperature gauge The air temperature gauge (which is not accessible or visible, and cannot be adjusted by the operator) continuously monitors the temperature of the air inside the chamber. This is in order to: •...

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 9 CONTROL PANEL START/STOP starts/stops the selected cycle B1: selects the timer-controlled blast chilling cycle with a pre-set duration of 1:30 (hours:minutes). Press repeatedly to set the duration of the cycle to 0:30 (hours:minutes) or to 1:00 (hours:minutes). B2: selects the temperature-controlled blast chilling cycle (i.e.

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 10 OPERATION Turning on 1) Press one of the function keys to turn the equipment on and to light up all symbols on the control panel. Caution! If you are using the built-in model, when you press the START/ STOP key the front panel automatically opens to let air circulate.

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 11 Selecting the cycle 3) Choose the desired cycle: - blast chilling - shock freezing - beverage chilling. Both the blast chilling and shock freezing cycles can be carried out in “timer-controlled” or “core-probe” controlled modes. Blast chilling/shock freezing in “timer-controlled mode”...

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 12 Starting the cycles 4) Make sure that the door of the blast chiller is closed. Press button A START/STOP to start the desired cycle. Caution! To avoid damaging the equipment do not leave hot food to stand inside the chamber.

  • Page 13: Routine Maintenance

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 13 Routine maintenance The information and instructions contained in this chapter are intended for all operators of the equipment: both users and maintenance technicians. BASIC SAFETY RULES The following safety rules must be followed during routine cleaning and maintenance of the equipment: OK!! •...

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 14 Routine maintenance CLEANING THE CONDENSER Caution! Disconnect the equipment from the power supply before carrying out any maintenance. The condenser should be cleaned monthly in order to remove dust and fluff from the fins. To access the condenser lift the front guard (both with built-in and countertop models) (fig.2.4).

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:28 Pagina 15 Routine maintenance PERIODS OF NON USE If you are not planning to use the blast chiller for a long period of time clean it thoroughly both inside and outside, coat the external surfaces with oil-based protective products specially designed for use on stainless steel and leave the cabinet door slightly open.

  • Page 16: Installation Guidelines

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 16 Installation guidelines NOTICE TO INSTALLERS These instructions are part and parcel of the product and provide all the instructions that are needed for the correct installation and maintenance of the equipment. Users and installers should read these instructions carefully and always refer to them.

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 17 Installation guidelines UNPACKING Remove the equipment from the cardboard box and from the polystyrene shells. After removing the equipment from the box check that it is intact; if something is wrong DO NOT operate the equipment and contact the retailer.

  • Page 18: Installation

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 18 Installation The equipment must be installed and tested in compliance with the relevant safety laws and with any other rule and regulation in force. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Before installing the equipment make sure that the available electrical system complies with the specifications in force and is suitable for the rating of the equipment to be installed (V, kW, Hz and power).

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 19 Installation POSITIONING THE EQUIPMENT Blast chiller is suitable for built-in installation (Blast chiller for built- in installation) as well as for countertop installation (Blast chiller for countertop installation). 5 c m Neither model should be installed in closed rooms with high temperatures and where there is insufficient air circulation.

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 20 Installation ROOM TEMPERATURE AND AIR CIRCULATION The temperature of the air in the room where the blast chiller is used should not exceed 32°C.Above this temperature the efficient operation and performance of the appliance cannot be guaranteed. FINAL INSTALLATION INSPECTION Before starting the appliance carry out the following actions: •...

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 21 Installation TROUBLESHOOTING The information and instructions contained in this section are intended only for trained personnel authorised to work on the electrical and refrigeration components of the equipment. Maintenance of cooling system, fans and front panel lifting motor (built-in models) Caution! Always disconnect the equipment from the power supply before carrying out any maintenance.

  • Page 22: Alarms

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 22 Alarms Operating data lost due to fault in the Alarm AL1 Switch power off. Switch back on. mains power supply. Alarm AS1 Faulty air temperature gauge Replace the temperature gauge Alarm AS2 Faulty core probe Replace the probe d-c alarm Top panel closed during cycle...

  • Page 23: Dimensions Of Equipment

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 23 Dimensions of equipment (dimensions in mm) Blast chiller built-in model Dimensions of packaging (dimensions in mm) 62 Kg...

  • Page 24: Electrical Diagram

    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 24 Electrical diagram P/H.P. Starting condenser (2µF) Fuse (5x20T 10A 250V Breaking capacity: H 1500A Body: ceramic + quartz) Compressor MS2 - MS3 Condenser fans Evaporator fan Top panel motor (only for built-in version) Air temperature gauge (PT100) Core probe (PT100) Door heater Top panel microswitch...

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    Socket outlet / plug (valid for both countries) If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket Fuse replacement outlet, please contact KitchenAid Service for If the mains lead of this appliance is fitted with a BS further instruction. Please do not attempt to 1363A 13amp fused plug, to change a fuse in this change plug yourself.

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    501971102025_GB:Layout 1 14-01-2008 16:29 Pagina 28 Printed in Italy 01/08 5019 711 02025...

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