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© ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS
Customer Care - EMEA
Training and Operations Support
Technical Support
Edition: 03/2015 - Rev. 00
Technical Support - BSP
Publication
number
599 73 44-69
EN
1/27
SERVICE MANUAL
COOKING
Built-in Ovens
&
Cookers
"VCU"
User Interface
599 73 44-69 Rev. 00

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  • Page 1 SERVICE MANUAL COOKING © ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS Publication number Built-in Ovens Customer Care - EMEA Training and Operations Support & Technical Support Cookers “VCU” 599 73 44-69 User Interface Edition: 03/2015 - Rev. 00 Technical Support - BSP 1/27 599 73 44-69 Rev. 00...
  • Page 2 Technical Support - BSP 2/27 599 73 44-69 Rev. 00...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Content INTRODUCTION ........................... 4 OVERVIEW ............................. 6 CONCETP ..............................8 “VISION VCU” AND TOUCH BOARD FIXING ................8 MODULAR CONSTRUCTION ......................10 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ......................11 MATCHING THE POWER BOARD ....................11 CONTROL PANEL ..........................11 FUNCTIONS AND USE OF VISION VCU INTERFACE ..............18 10.
  • Page 4 Before working on a device, check the efficiency of the system housing through means of appropriate equipment. As an example, refer to the indications described / illustrated in the portal Electrolux Learning Gateway (http://electrolux.edvantage.net). After intervention, carry out electrical safety tests and check the correct operation of all safety devices.
  • Page 5 1.3 ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS, DEFINITIONS Abbreviations Meaning Automatically back to OFF_STATE from STAND_BY_STATE Assisted Cooking Basic Settings Current Oven Temperature (= actual temp. in cavity) Customer Action Press any key, open the door (if door switch for light), plug in /out food probe Language = German Duration Food Category...
  • Page 6: Overview

    OVERVIEW The VISION VCU interface is a new high end oven user interface for the cooking appliance. VISION VCU replacing Avantgarde and ENV06 Smart Culisense. The user interface concept based on todays Vision ENV06 ENV06 Smart Culisense Avantgarde Vision Cooking Update Construction with one PCB, the same for OMEGA and VISION (VCU) CONNECTION PCB VISION (VCU) DISPLAY...
  • Page 7 10 digital Inputs for touch sensor fields 2.2 DIFFERENT VERSIONS RED VERSION (AEG) White VERSION (ELECTROLUX) NOTE: The different Hardware versions of Vision VCU Interface through the various software give rise to different codes programmed interface adapted to the different types and functions of the oven...
  • Page 8: Concetp

    CONCETP All glass variants should be adapted to this PCB. same connection PCB <-> glass same connection PCB <-> LCD module same position FUTURE DESIGN DISPLAY VISION VCU DISPLAY OMEGA DISPLAY CONNECTION PCB (BASIS PCB) “VISION VCU” AND TOUCH BOARD FIXING The touch-zones-board is connected over the connector only.
  • Page 9 4.2 “VISION VCU” - 10 TOUCH ZONES Touch-10-zones-board User interface Frame support Panel Basic board Frame support Glass (Glued to the glass) User interface Display Touch-zones-board 4.3 CONNECTORS OF BASIS PCB VISION (update) OMEGA LCD module LCD module parallel serial LCD connector Imput zones Basis...
  • Page 10: Modular Construction

    4.4 NEEDED CONNECTOR FOR “VISION VCU” OMEGA LCD module LCD connector serial Touch Board max 10 zones Basis Imput zones Communication Service connector connector 3pin 3 Pin Edge 4 Pin Edge MACS SIDEKICK communication for Service Power Board OVC2000 or OVC3000 MODULAR CONSTRUCTION The touch-zones-board is connected over the connector only.
  • Page 11: Electrical Connections

    ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS XC01 MACS BUS FOR POWER BOARD XC02 AUXILIARY MACS BUS XC03 MACS BUS FOR SIDEKICK (SERVICE) XI03 DIGITAL ROTARY BIT ENCODER AND IMPUT BLOCK XL01 TOUCH BOARD BACKLIGHT XM01 PROGRAMMING FLASH MEMORY XU01 PROGRAMMING TOUCH CNT INPUT TOUCH BOARD (15 PIN) MATCHING THE POWER BOARD The user interface Vision VCU can be combined, depending on the version and specific appliances to the power board OVC2000 or OVC3000 with FPM board for the food probe.
  • Page 12 8.1 EXAMPLE OF FUNCTION KEYS Selection OVF or Assisted Cooking longer press turns light Always ON or OFF Confirm setting ON / OFF (Quick Start Minute (OK) Oven function (MAIN KEY minder Home key / Light) Navigation inside Today’s Direct access to favorites Option menu menus, change...
  • Page 13 8.2 DIFFERENT KEY LAYOUT Following key layout includes touch zones positioning. The OVC has 7 and 10 zones key layout. Depending on which variant the key layout is diversify 7 ZONES HORIZONTAL WITH ROTARY 8.2.1 Key layout: 7-Zones Horizontal with rotary ILLUMINATED AREA (6X) For normal oven, like non pyro, catalytic, or steam: For double oven:...
  • Page 14 10 ZONES 8.2.2 ILLUMINATED AREA (10X) For normal oven, like non pyro, catalytic, or steam: For double oven: CAVITY For Millenium: DRAWER Technical Support - BSP 14/27 599 73 44-69 Rev. 00...
  • Page 15 8.3 FUNCTION OF KEYS KEY SIMBOL KEY NAME DESCRIPTION Main Key  From OFF_STATE to STAND-BY_STATE and vice-versa. KEY_MAIN  Always with function ON/OFF.  If multi-key-action this key has master function (leads always STAND-BY resp. OFF_STATE). KEY_HOME Scroll buttons (rotary functionality in 7-zone touch layout) KEY_UP ...
  • Page 16 Time mode selection  Switches the between Time the different time KEY_MODE functions. Set of these values with KEY_UP and KEY_DOWN. See chapter 9.10 - TIME / MODE MENU for the correct order. Quick Start Oven function KEY_OVF  Activate oven function menu Temperature selection and Boost ...
  • Page 17 8.4 DISPLAY The display has in general three different main views: VIEW 1 - MENU STATE 8.4.1 MENU ARROW 1 MENU TEXT 1 MENU TEXT 3 MENU TEXT 2 MENU CAVITY ARROW 2 ICON VIEW 2 - ON_STATE ( 8.4.2 WITH TWO LINES ARRANGEMENT 2 LINES TIME DIGIT 1 2 LINES HEAT UP...
  • Page 18: Functions And Use Of Vision Vcu Interface

    FUNCTIONS AND USE OF VISION VCU INTERFACE 9.1 INITIAL OPERATION (START-UP PROCEDURE) The start-up procedure of the appliance is divided in 2 parts. If a factory test was done the appliance reacts after plug-in as described for first connection with mains. FIRST CONNECTION WITH THE MAINS 9.1.1 After the first connection with the mains (resp.
  • Page 19 9.2 OFF_STATE When the oven is switched off, the time of day (ToD) is displayed and, in case of residual heat in oven, also the temperature bar for residual heat indication. Depending of application also with real temperature in °C (e.g.
  • Page 20: Demo Mode

    10. DEMO MODE The Demo Mode is implemented for demonstrating the functionality of the appliance in show rooms or shops, on trade fairs etc. without energy consumption behind. The user can find out the complete functionality of the OUI but for security reason the loads (heating elements) stays off. 10.1 WORKFLOW TO ACTIVATE / DEACTIVATE DEMO MODE To activate / deactivate the demo mode: 1.
  • Page 21 11.3 SERVICE MODE WORKFLOW The user has to follow this workflow step by step. TEST OF HEATING ELEMENTS 11.3.1 The test of the heating elements starts automatically at entering the factory test. By pressing KEY_UP customer will activate the next test item. The active components will be shown in the display. The sequence of the loads depends on the configuration of the oven.
  • Page 22 DISPLAY TEST 11.3.5 With KEY_OK the display switches to different display tests. First step is showing all pixels with backlight. Next press of KEY_OK show the display without pixels and backlight is on. Next press of KEY_OK show a split display with different brightness and pixels.
  • Page 23: Alarm Code

    DOORLOCK TEST (ONLY FOR PYRO MODELS) 11.3.6 Next press of KEY_OK starts the locking of door. If telescopic runners are detected, display shows first WINDOW_23. The telescopic runners have to be removed to continue the door lock test. The door lock process starts automatically after the telescopic runners were removed.
  • Page 24 Error Possible Failure Action to solve Display Telescopic runner inside during pyrolyse Remove side grids during pyrolyse Meat probe inside during pyrolyse Remove Foodprobe during Pyrolyse Door open during pyrolyse Close door during pyrolyse Doorlock sensor problem Check wiring F101 Check doorlock system Check powerboard Doorlock failure...
  • Page 25 Oven temperature sensor is fixed on one Check Powerboard F138 resitor value Check temperature sensor Wrong configured cooking fan Check software version and compare F140 with sparepart software Water level sensor (NTC) in steamer out of Check the Tubes are clogged range.
  • Page 26 touch electronic Check touch eletronic Function selector is not connected Check wiring F241 Check oven knob Check hexagon user interface Oven temperatur is too high to start Smart Check wiring F321 function Check temperature sensor Check powerboard Incorrect temperaturevalue between Check wiring F322 Powerboard and Smart electronic...
  • Page 27: Sidekick

    Missing communication between user interface Check wiring F908 and powerboard Check User Interface Check powerboard Maximum power limitation problem betwen Check software version and compare oven and hob with sparepart software F917 Check wiring Contact quality department Missing communication between Smart Check wiring F928 electronic an d oven user interface...