End - End of a cycle or function.
FILL - Boiler filling. (Ensure water supply tap/cock are open).
Hold - Cooking option, HOLD function active.
LOAd - Place the food in the oven.
oPEn - Boiler discharge valve opening.
PrEH - (TIME TM / PRB DISPLAY)Boiler preheating.
PrEH -(COMPARTMENT TEMP. DISPLAY TS) Automatic
Soap - Detergent. Spray a suitable product on the surfaces to be
cleaned as indicated in point 4) of the semiautomatic chamber
cleaning cycle (see par. 7. CARE AND MAINTENANCE).
StArt - Press the START button to start the program.
Stby - CLEANING SYSTEM cleaning standby time.
Codes indicating the need to call technical service
burn - Burner lockout with manual reset by pressing START/
STOP button momentarily. The small DISPLAY shows the
following reference to the type of burner:
- CAUP single convector (6-10 GN) or upper convector (20 GN)
- CADO lower convector (20 GN only)
- BOUP single boiler (6-10-20 GN)
- BODO lower boiler (20 GN2/1 only).
EH2O - Water supply pressure too low for CLEANING SYSTEM
(pressure requirements from 1.5 to 2.5 bar)
EFUN - Fan automatic reset thermal switch device. UP appears
on the small DISPLAY with reference to the single fan (6-10
GN) or upper fan (20 GN) of the chamber and DO in reference
to the lower fan (only 20 GN).
E—- - Non-compliance with a parameter requirement (number
of parameter appears in place of dashes "—").
EPt1 - Chamber sensor interrupted or short-circuited.
EPt2 - Boiler sensor interrupted or short-circuited.
EPt3 - Probe sensor interrupted or short-circuited.
EPt4 - Bypass sensor interrupted or short-circuited.
EPt8 - Electronic controller temperature sensor damaged.
ESCH - Malfunction of commands control circuit cooling devices.
Etub - Boiler overtemperature (257°F)(125°C) warning.
Etuc - Chamber overtemperature (608°F)(320°C) warning.
EFLP - Fault in chamber steam discharge motor-operated valve.
ETC - Tripping of chamber temperature limiter.
ETB - Tripping of boiler temperature limiter.
If an error code is displayed during a cooking cycle, the oven
emits a continuous audible warning signal and the cooking
cycle is interrupted.
In this case the oven can be used only in cooking modes that
do not involve the conditions that generated the error.
Notify your Technical Service Center of the alarm code
6. SWITCHING OFF IN THE EVENT OF A FAULT
If the appliance malfunctions, switch off as follows:
• Disconnect the main circuit breaker of the appliance and close
the water and gas valve.
Contact your authorized service company to perform
maintenance and repairs.
7. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• At the end of each day clean the oven interior with an oven
cleaner, following the product supplier's directions.
• Do not wash the appliance with water jets.
• Do not clean steel surfaces with products containing chlorine
(bleach, hydrochloric acid etc.) even diluted.
• Do not use corrosive substances (e.g. muriatic acid) to clean the
floor under the appliance.
The appliance has an automatic compartment cleaning programme
called CLEANING SYSTEM; for its use see par. 1.4.3 USING
PRESTORED PROGRAMMES for LEVEL A, whereas for LEVEL
B and C see below.
The CLEANING SYSTEM program uses detergent and rinse aid.
Therefore, fill the DETERGENT container - max. 5 litres (on the
RIGHT with RED cap) and the RINSE AID container - max. 1,2
litres (on the LEFT with BLUE cap) located under the control
max. 1,2 litres
Use the following cleaning products:
- ECOLAB "Oven Cleaner Power" detergent (not in Gel).
- ECOLAB "Oven Rinse Power" rinse aid (not in Gel).
Cleaning of the oven chamber is not ensured if a different type of
detergent or rinse aid from that specified above is used.
The oven features a UTILITY to perform a automatic or
semiautomatic oven chamber cleaning cycle. Proceed as follows.
In the level A oven, carry out the AUTOMATIC cleaning cycle by
following the instructions in par. 4.4.6 CLEANING SYSTEM.
and SEMIAUTOMATIC (A-C) cycle
1) - Remove any large food remnants using a water jet.
Do not use the spray shower or water jets to quickly cool the
compartment and the inside glass of the oven door.
2) - Set the following UTILITY as described in heading 4.3.9
3) - Select one of the following wash cycles by turning the knob
on the display TS:
CLNT (semiautomatic) (level A-C)
CLN1...2...3...4 (automatic) (level C) only for the description of
these cycles see CLEANING SYSTEM in par. 4.4.6.
4) - Press the following button to confirm the selection
max. 5 litres