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Electrolux 266200 Installation And Operation Instructions Manual

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ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVENS
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Summary
- Installation diagrams......................................................... 4
APPLIANCE IDENTIFICATION.......................................... 31
I. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS ...................................... 32
1. APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION ........................................ 32
2. TABLE 1: TECHNICAL DATA ....................................... 32
3. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ......................................... 33
3.2 RESIDUAL RISKS .................................................... 33
II. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .................................... 34
1. PLACE OF INSTALLATION .......................................... 34
1.1 REFERENCE STANDARDS .................................... 34
3.3 TECNICAL DATA PLATE .......................................... 34
4. THE ENVIRONMENT .................................................... 34
4.1 PACKING .................................................................. 34
4.2 USE .......................................................................... 34
4.3 CLEANING ............................................................... 34
4.4 DISPOSAL ................................................................ 34
2. POSITIONING ............................................................... 35
3. Electrical connection .................................................. 35
3.1 POWER CABLE INSTALLATION ............................. 35
4. WATER CONNECTION ................................................. 35
4.1 SUPPLY WATER CHARACTERISTICS ................... 35
4.2 WATER DRAINING SYSTEM ................................... 37
5. SAFETY DEVICE ........................................................... 37
6. OPERATION CHECK .................................................... 37
7. MAINTENANCE ............................................................ 37
8. BRIEF TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .......................... 37
9. POSITIONING OF MAIN COMPONENTS .................. 37

APPLIANCE IDENTIFICATION

Page
"Technical Data" plate
PNC 9PDX X
PNC 9PDX 260462 05
X X
2. TABLE 1: TECHNICAL DATA
6 GN 1/1
260450-260510
260462
260456
260451-260511
260463
260457
°
°
**
**
400
230
III. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....................................... 38
1. OVEN DOOR OPENING ............................................... 38
1.1 6 AND 10-RACK MODEL ......................................... 38
1.2 20-RACK MODEL ..................................................... 38
2. Oven door closing ....................................................... 38
2.1 6 AND 10-RACK MODELS ....................................... 38
2.2 20-RACK MODELS .................................................. 38
3.2 MAIN FUNCTIONS AND SYMBOLS ........................ 39
OVEN USE ............................................................................. 42
4. CONTROL PANEL USE ................................................ 42
4.1 SWITCHING THE OVEN ON ................................... 42
4.2 SWITCHING THE OVEN OFF ................................. 42
4.3 SELECTING CONTROLS (AREAS) ......................... 42
4.4 MANUAL ................................................................... 43
4.5 PROGRAMS ............................................................. 48
4.6 CLEANING ............................................................... 48
4.7 SETTINGS ................................................................ 49
5. SWITCHING OFF IN CASE OF A FAULT ..................... 51
6. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ................................ 51
6.3 PARTICULAR CLEANING ........................................ 53
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260
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200
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVENS INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Summary Page - Installation diagrams............4 III. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ........38 APPLIANCE IDENTIFICATION.......... 31 1. OVEN DOOR OPENING ..........38 1.1 6 AND 10-RACK MODEL ......... 38 I. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS ........32 1.2 20-RACK MODEL ............. 38 1.
  • Page 2: General Characteristics

    /or commissioned by a qualifi ed engineer. 2. TABLE 1: TECHNICAL DATA 6GN1/1 10GN1/1 10 GN 2/1 20GN1/1 20 GN 2/1 GRIDS Oven weight (kg) 253,3 344,25 266200 266220 266202 266222 266203 266204 266224 266205 236200 236220 236202...
  • Page 3: General Instructions

    3. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 3.1 PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT Give below is a summary table of the Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to be used during the various stages of the The following symbols are used in the manual to mark and identify machine’s service life.
  • Page 4: Installation Instructions

    Comm. Model ..commercial description 4.4 DISPOSAL Ser. Nr....serial number ELX ....... manufacturer: Electrolux Professional spa • At the end of the product's working life, make sure it is not di- Viale Treviso, 15 spersed in the environment.
  • Page 5: Positioning

    • Appliance max. leakage current is 5 mA. 2. POSITIONING • The appliance must be connected to an effi cient earthing system. For that purpose, the connection terminal block has a terminal with the symbol for connecting the earth wire. •...
  • Page 6 WATER CHARACTERISTICS INLET "B" WATER CHARACTERISTICS INLET "N" To guarantee correct appliance operation, several water To guarantee correct appliance operation, several water treatment systems may have to be installed. For that purpose, treatment systems may have to be installed. For that purpose, see the instructions of the following Flow Chart : see the instructions of the following Flow Chart : Water inlet “B”...
  • Page 7: Water Draining System

    6. OPERATION CHECK For UK and COMMONWEALTH only: This appliance is designated as a forced draught burner, thereIn accordance with "the water supply (Water Fittings) Regulations - Switch the appliance on, as described in the section "Operating 1999", it is mandatory that this appliance when installed to the instructions";...
  • Page 8: Operating Instructions

    III. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Before starting the appliance, carefully read this handbook. The MODELS WITH DOUBLE OPENING SYSTEM (on request) instructions and information given in it are important for correct The oven has a double opening system to prevent being exposed and optimum oven use.
  • Page 9: Description Of Control Panel

    DESCRIPTION OF CONTROL PANEL ..Hot air cycle with compartment vent closed: for cooking with high humidity. (Default setting) The control panel has the following controls: ON/OFF oven switch. _______________ Digital thermostat for control of compartment temperature. Timer for control of cooking time.
  • Page 10 INFORMATION - NOTES - WARNINGS MULTIPHASE Cooking with phases in sequence: for setting Information area cooking programs with several phases in automatic Area displaying current sequence (max. 15 phases). Status, Error, Warning and Utility information. Active pause phase Warning light signalling oven door open. Add pause phase: by entering a time value in this mode it is possible to delay the start of cooking pro- grams or include a pause between two cycles (e.g.
  • Page 11 Upload data in oven from USB port Download data from oven on USB port Restore oven confi guration to default values (Reset) Identity Card: Oven identifi cation giving rating data and software version. This item is located in the Set- tings drawer.
  • Page 12: Oven Use

    OVEN USE 4. CONTROL PANEL USE 4.2 SWITCHING THE OVEN OFF To switch the oven off, press the button O (O - I) of the following Foreword: switch: When selecting certain functions, the initial status is restored if no button is pressed within 15 seconds (approx.). O °...
  • Page 13: Manual

    In this way a cooking cycle has been set; now, just close the door 4.4 MANUAL and touch START to start the Cycle. The PREHEATING stage starts, after which the message "LOAD" appears, indicating to place food in the oven; close the door to start cooking.
  • Page 14 The functions in MANUAL Cooking mode are as follows: cycle HOT AIR HUMIDIFICATION TEMPERATURE TIME CORE PROBE adjustable x (max. 8 hours) x (from 10° to 99°) ---- > compartment vent open ---- > compartment vent closed x ---- > Eco Delta * x (from 20°...
  • Page 15 The fi gure shows phase 1 with the following settings: UTILITIES (see page 40) phase number cycle HOT AIR Hot Air cycle Fan speed * humidifi cation 160° temperature (C°) Injection of water in compartment x (from 10sec. to 120sec.) 0:30 cooking phase time (0 hours : 30 minutes) Programmed Start...
  • Page 16 4.4.3 ECODELTA The ECO DELTA function enables cooking without har- ming the food with high temperatures; this ensures more gentle and more even cooking, with less weight loss. This is an advanced cooking method, where the oven compartment temperature varies according to the core temperature of the food.
  • Page 17 4.3.6 CORE PROBE USE 4.3.7 END OF COOKING (PRODUCT CORE TEMPERATURE CONTROL) At the end of the set time, the cooking cycle automatically stops The core probe allows accurate control of the core temperature and the oven buzzer sounds continuously. of the product being cooked.
  • Page 18: Programs

    4.5 PROGRAMS 4.5.5 LOAD / SAVE PROGRAMS LOAD recipes / programs in Oven from USB: The PROGRAMS control is used for already stored programs (or recipes), storing new ones and managing them inside a list. 1) Insert the USB key. 2) Access the Programs menu program search 3) Open the drawer and select the symbol...
  • Page 19: Settings

    Warning: 4.7 SETTINGS In case of complete emptying of the detergent and/or rinse aid containers or emptying of their supply tubes, the CLEANING SYSTEM cycle must be started after fi rstly doing the CLEAN 1 Select one of the following items: cycle, then the same or other cycles.
  • Page 20 MANUAL DATE TIME  Enable Manual Enter the date and time with the +/- sign (or with the keypad). General   Show real and set value Settings Settings   Multi-phase cooking Date Time   Delayed start   Cooking preheating Timer/Temperature dialogs 4:35 ...
  • Page 21: Switching Off In Case Of A Fault

    ELECTROLUX "ExtraStrong Clean for Oven" - Detergent (Code 0S1192) ELECTROLUX "ExtraStrong Rinse for Oven" - Rinse Aid (Code 0S1193) Do not use detergent or rinse aid powder dissolved in water or in gel form and containing chlorine.
  • Page 22: Replacing Consumable Components

    ATTENTION: which oxidise, causing rust spots. The warranty does not cover damage caused by the use of deter- • Whenever the appliance is not used for long periods: gents and rinse aids not complying with the above characteristics. - Disconnect the power supply and close the water and gas cocks; - Detergent and rinse aid containers, independent of the oven, - go over all steel surfaces vigorously with a cloth moistened with must not be placed higher than the appliance support surface (for...
  • Page 23: Particular Cleaning

    6.3 PARTICULAR CLEANING Discharge system cleaning and effi ciency check Periodically clean the drain pipe, checking for any obstructions involving the draining of water. Cleaning the door internal glass (Fig. 5) These operations must be donet with the door glass cold, without using abrasive detergents or rags.

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