For UK and COMMONWEALTH only:
This appliance is designated as a forced draught burner, thereIn
accordance with "the water supply (Water Fittings) Regulations
1999", it is mandatory that this appliance when installed to the
mains water supply has ﬁ tted an approved "double check valve"
connected upstream of the appliance.
Failure to comply with these regulations may lead to the
appliance being disconnected.
4.2 WATER DRAINING SYSTEM
Connect drain ﬁ tting "C" to a drain pipe of the same diameter
which is between 0.5 and 3 metres in length and is resistant to
temperatures of at least 100°C. The drain pipe must be siphoned
(height 80 mm) to an open drain "O" ("Air-Break") or ﬂ oor grating
(see Fig. 12b) in order to prevent any back-ﬂ ow from the sewage
system from reaching the piping inside the oven or oven chamber.
Check the hoses and elbows on metal pipes for kinks or pinching
along the entire drain line and make sure the drain line has a
minimum gradient of 5° to prevent water from collecting inside the
Important: The drain system must be installed so
that any vapours from the open drain do not enter
the aeration vents under the appliance.
T max = 100°C
5. SAFETY DEVICE
The appliance is equipped with the following safety devices:
- Fuses, see the wiring diagram, located behind the control panel.
For replacement, unscrew the cap and replace the damaged
component with another one having the same rating; this value
is given on the label located in the same place.
- Compartment manual-reset safety thermostat located behind
the control panel; it shuts off the supply to the convector.
Resetting operations must be carried out by specialised technical
personnel after eliminating the causes of interruption.
- Automatic-reset thermal device inside the fan, which is acti-
vated if the fan overheats, protecting unit operation; it cuts off the
electrical power to the appliance.
6. OPERATION CHECK
- Switch the appliance on, as described in the section "Operating
- Explain appliance operation, routine maintenance and cleaning
operations to the user, with the help of the instruction handbook.
- During operation, pay
attention to the hot areas of the exterior surface.
- Do not place objects on the outlets located at the
top of the appliance.
- With oven hot, check the correct working of the door closing
mechanism. If necessary, adjust closing by adjusting the position
of the catch.
The components requiring routine maintenance are accessible
by opening the control panel, and left and rear panels.
8. BRIEF TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Even with correct use of the appliance, malfunctions can occur.
Oven chamber heating not started or inefﬁ cient. Possible
- Oven chamber temperature limit switch tripped
- Damaged heating elements
- Damaged heating element contactor coil
- Damaged thermostat probe showing error "EPt1".
- Damaged controller
- Fuse "F2" blown, see circuit diagram.
Oven chamber temperature reading incorrect
- Damaged electronic controller
- Thermostat probe damaged, dirty or interrupted, see error "EPt1".
Oven switches off
- Fuse "F2" has blown due to damage of control circuit components.
Oven chamber lamp fault
WARNING: Switch off the appliance before changing oven
9. POSITIONING OF MAIN COMPONENTS
(Any operation inside the appliance must only be carried out
by an installer authorised by the Manufacturer).
Removing the control panel provides access to the following
- Electronic circuit boards
- Oven chamber temperature limit thermostat
- Door microswitch
- Oven chamber lamp transformer
- Geared motor for the oven chamber pressure relief butterﬂ y valve.
To gain access to all other components remove the appliance's
left and rear side panels.