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- ELECTRICS HEATED MICROWAVE STEAM CONVECTION OVENS
USA
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
IT
- FORNI CONVEZIONE/VAPORE MICROONDE ELETTRICI
INSTALLAZIONE, USO E MANUTENZIONE
- FOURS À CONVECTION/VAPEUR MICRO-ONDES ÉLECTRIQUES
CDN
INSTALLATION, UTILISATION ET ENTRETIEN
- HORNOS MICROONDAS DE CONVECCIÓN Y VAPOR ELECTRICOS
ES
INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO
From the Electrolux Group
5958 992 00
DOC. NO.
EDITION 1
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0410
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11
Pagina 35
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  • Page 1 - FORNI CONVEZIONE/VAPORE MICROONDE ELETTRICI INSTALLAZIONE, USO E MANUTENZIONE - FOURS À CONVECTION/VAPEUR MICRO-ONDES ÉLECTRIQUES INSTALLATION, UTILISATION ET ENTRETIEN - HORNOS MICROONDAS DE CONVECCIÓN Y VAPOR ELECTRICOS INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO From the Electrolux Group Page Pagina 35 Page Pág. 5958 992 00 DOC.
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be followed, including the following: WARNING - To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, fire, injury to persons, or exposure to excessive microwave energy: 1) Read all instructions before installing and using the appliance. 2) Read and follow the specific "PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY"...
  • Page 3 ISTRUZIONI IMPORTANTI PER LA SICUREZZA Durante l'uso di apparecchiature elettriche, si raccomanda di seguire le misure generali di sicurezza, incluse le seguenti: AVVERTENZA - Per ridurre il rischio di ustioni, scosse elettriche, incendi, lesioni alle persone o eccessiva esposizione all'energia delle microonde: Leggere tutte le istruzioni prima di installare e utilizzare l'apparecchio.
  • Page 4 CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORTANTES Lors de l'utilisation d'appareils électriques, il est recommandé d'observer les consignes de sécurité fondamentales suivantes: AVERTISSEMENT - Pour réduire les risques de brûlures, de décharge électrique, d'incendie, de blessures corporelles ou d'exposition à une énergie de micro-ondes excessive : 1) Lire toutes les instructions avant d'installer et d'utiliser l'appareil.
  • Page 5 IMPORTANTES INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD Se deben seguir las precauciones básicas de seguridad al usar aparatos eléctricos, incluyendo las siguientes: ADVERTENCIA: Para reducir el riesgo de quemaduras, choque eléctrico, incendio, lesiones a personas o exposición a la energía excesiva de microondas: 1) Lea todas las instrucciones antes de instalar y usar el aparato.
  • Page 6 INSTALLATION DIAGRAM SCHEMI DI INSTALLAZIONE SCHEMAS D'INSTALLATION ESQUEMA PARA LA INSTALACIÓN...
  • Page 7 IN THE NEXT PICTURE I - Power supply cable inlet B - Water supply connection (0.5- 5 °F) C - Water drain connection N - Steam condens. water connection I - Entrata cavo elettrico B - Attacco alim. acqua (0,5 - 5 °F) C - Collettore scarico acqua N - Attacco acqua Conden.
  • Page 8: Installation Diagrams

    10 GN 1/1 Mod. I - Power supply cable inlet B - Water supply connection (0.5- 5 °F) C - Water drain connection N - Steam condens. water connection I - Entrata cavo elettrico B - Attacco alim. acqua (0,5 - 5 °F) C - Collettore scarico acqua N - Attacco acqua Conden.
  • Page 9 IN THE NEXT PICTURE I - Power supply cable inlet B - Water supply connection (0.5- 5 °F) C - Water drain connection N - Steam condens. water connection I - Entrata cavo elettrico B - Attacco alim. acqua (0,5 - 5 °F) C - Collettore scarico acqua N - Attacco acqua Conden.
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  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    STEAM/CONVECTION OVENS MICROWAVE ELECTRIC INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Summary - Installation diagrams ... 8 - Appliance identification ... 11 I. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS ... 12 1. Appliance description ... 12 2. Table 1: Technical data ... 12 3. General instructions ... 13 4.
  • Page 12: General Characteristics

    I. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 1. APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION This handbook concerns various appliance models. For further information regarding your model, refer to Table 1"Technical Data”. The appliance has the following features: • Digital indication of temperature. • Thermostatic probe for measuring the product’s “core” tempera- ture (core probe).
  • Page 13: General Instructions

    3. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS • The following terms alert you to potentially dangerous conditions to the operator, service personnel or to the equipment. • Danger! This term warns of immediate hazards which will result in severe injury or death. • Warning! This term refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice which could result in injury or death.
  • Page 14: The Environment

    WARNING: DO NOT SPRAY THE OUTSIDE OF THE APPLIANCE WITH WATER OR CLEAN WITH A WATER JET. CLEANING WITH A WATER JET CAN IMPREGNAT CHLORIDES INTO THE STAINLESS STEEL, CAUSING THE ONSET OF CORROSION. WARNING: DO NOT USE PRODUCTS CONTAINING CHLORINE (BLEACH, HYDROCHLORIC ACID ETC.) EVEN DILUTED, TO CLEAN STEEL SURFACES.
  • Page 15: Installation Instructions

    II. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Important: The external panels of the oven must be removed for the operations described in this section. As the unit must be operating in order to carry out some adjustments, pay maximum attention to the live parts. 1.
  • Page 16: Power Cable Installation

    • The appliance must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2, as applicable. The grounding conductor must therefore be connected to the terminal marked Gon the connection terminal board.
  • Page 17: Safety Device

    back if the oven is not placed against a wall, excluding the front part with rack support structure. It must not be more than 3 feet (1 metre) long, with inside diameter not less than that of the oven discharge pipe (1" 1/4), and must withstand temperatures of at least 212°F (100°C).
  • Page 18: Brief Troubleshooting Guide

    8. BRIEF TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Even with correct use, malfunctions can occur. Oven compartment heating does not switch on or is ineffi- cient. Possible causes: - Oven compartment temperature limiter activated - Heating elements damaged - Element contactor coil damaged - Oven compartment temperature probe damaged (error EPt1 con- figuration).
  • Page 19: Operating Instructions

    III. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Before starting the appliance, carefully read this handbook. The instructions and information given in it are important for correct and optimum oven use. If required, further details regarding its characteristics and cooking performance can be obtained from the dealer.
  • Page 20: Oven Door Opening

    1. OVEN DOOR OPENING The oven is equipped with a safety system to prevent you being exposed to steam when opening the door completely, therefore carry out the following operations, according to the model: 1.1 6- AND 10-RACK MODELS Caution! Risk of burns. Always open the door with caution when the oven is hot.
  • Page 21: Main Cooking Modes

    3.3 MAIN COOKING MODES Convection cycle: for roasting and gratinating at maximum tem- perature 572°F(300°C). Combi cycle: superheated steam. The steam generator and com- partment heaters are used at the same time to keep foods soft (max. temperature 482°F)(250°C). Steam cycle: Ideal for boiling (operating temperature automati- cally fixed at 212°F)(100°C).
  • Page 22: Additional Functions

    3.5 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS Preheat or cooking: indicates (in AUTOMATIC) that the oven is preheating the compartment (please wait) or cooking. Introduce food (and insert core probe): indicates (in AUTO- MATIC) that the oven is ready for loading food and possibly for inserting the core probe in the product to be cooked.
  • Page 23: Oven Use

    OVEN USE 4. OPERATING LEVEL A Foreword: The initial condition is restored if no key is pressed or the knob is not turned within 15 seconds (approx.) when selecting some func- tions. 4.1 SWITCHING THE OVEN ON To switch the oven on, press the button I(O - I) of the following switch: The following occurs: - the corresponding button lights up;...
  • Page 24 4) Press the button P2 ( ) and select the food status (FRESH - FROZEN) with knob K. 12PCS 25oz 3GRID FRESH This field is not selectable for some food types because there is only one food condition, only FRESH or only FROZEN. 5) Press the button P2 ( ) and select the food cooking level with knob K .
  • Page 25: Manual (Manual Control)

    Note: - The cooking cycles (steam, combi, convection and regenera- tion) cannot be started until the steam generator is ready, as indi- cated by the corresponding light off (see par. 4.1). During this period the time count does not start and the Start cooking button flashes;...
  • Page 26 4.4.2 SETTING COOKING TEMPERATURE 1) Press the button P2 ( ) several times to select the compart- ment cooking TEMPERATURE field knob K. E.g. COMPARTMENT TEMPERATURE 300°F Note The steam cycle has an operating temperature automatically set to212°F (100°C). Low temperature steam can be set from 77°F (25°C) to 211°F (99°C) by turning the corresponding knob.;...
  • Page 27 The oven is equipped with a MULTIPOINT core probe with 6 sen- sors along the entire stem, for correctly measuring the product core temperature even if the tip is not completely in the center. - Close the door and press the button P3 ( 5) Stopping the cycle.
  • Page 28: Support Function Settings

    Note: - The cooking cycles (steam, combi, convection and regenera- tion) cannot be started until the steam generator is ready, as indi- cated by the corresponding light off (see par. 4.1). During this period the time count does not start and the Start cooking button flashes;...
  • Page 29: Program (Program Control)

    To repeat the same cycle with several PHASES just press the START/STOP button again. - SKIP PHASE - During cooking it is possible to skip one or more phases and go to the NEXT as indicated below: - Press the button P2 ( ) to select the PHASES field - Select the next phase.
  • Page 30 4.6.2 SEARCH OF RECIPES OR PROGRAMS To find a recipe or program press the PROGRAM button: Select the required recipe or program from those stored. Note: With the storing of a set recipe with the AUTOMATIC control, it is converted into the corresponding MANUAL and the previous setting can no longer be accessed, therefore the recipe displayed will be that in MANUAL.
  • Page 31: Basic Data Settings

    1) Press the PROGRAM button: 2) Select the required program and press the button P2 ( to confirm. To cancel, just return to PROGRAM mode. 3) Press the START/STOP button to start the selected program. To exit, modify or skip phase, refer to the sections on manual control (MANUAL).
  • Page 32: Information And Errors

    7. INFORMATION AND ERRORS On the oven DISPLAY a small window (POP-UP) shows some information on the cooking parameters, functions and instruc- tions on how to proceed, or possible errors in oven operation. - INFORMATION - - Press the button to display the current cooking parameters (refer to 4.4.7 START- ING COOKING CYCLE - MANUAL ) -Press the button...
  • Page 33: Steam Generator Periodical Maintenance

    • Clean the stainless-steel parts every day using lukewarm soapy water, rinsing with plenty of water and drying carefully. • Do not clean the stainless steel with steel wool, brushes or scrap- ers in common steel because they could deposit ferrous particles which oxidize, causing rust spots.
  • Page 34: Particular Cleaning

    Replacing door seals (Fig. 4) NB: The door seal is a component that can become worn over time. It is advisable to replace it whenever any hardening or break- age is noticed. To replace it, proceed as follows: • Remove the seal from its seat and clean the latter of any traces of silicone.

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