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Electrolux Air-O-Chill 727153 Operating And Maintenance Instructions Manual

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INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
ISTRUZIONI DI INSTALLAZIONE, FUNZIONAMENTO E MANUTENZIONE
INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION, D'UTILISATION ET DE MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO
BCF 30KG
BCF 50KG
BCF 100KG 20 GN1/1 LW (240/3/60Hz)
BCF 70KG
BCF 180KG 20 GN2/1 LW (240/3/60Hz)
BCF 30KG
BCF 50KG
BCF 100KG 20 GN1/1 LW (208/3/60Hz)
BCF 70KG
BCF 180KG 20 GN2/1 LW (208/3/60Hz)
6 GN1/1 LW (240/3/60Hz)
10 GN1/1 LW (240/3/60Hz)
10 GN2/1 LW (240/3/60Hz)
6 GN1/1 LW (208/3/60Hz)
10 GN1/1 LW (208/3/60Hz)
10 GN2/1 LW (208/3/60Hz)
AOFP061U4 AOFP061TU4
AOFP101U4
AOFP201RU4 REMOTE
AOFP102U4
AOFP202RU4 REMOTE
AOFP061U, AOFP061TU
AOFP101U
AOFP201RU REMOTE
AOFP102U
AOFP202RU REMOTE
PART NO. 595R 05100
VERSION 1
2007.06

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  • Page 1 INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS ISTRUZIONI DI INSTALLAZIONE, FUNZIONAMENTO E MANUTENZIONE INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION, D'UTILISATION ET DE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO BCF 30KG 6 GN1/1 LW (240/3/60Hz) • BCF 50KG 10 GN1/1 LW (240/3/60Hz) • BCF 100KG 20 GN1/1 LW (240/3/60Hz) •...
  • Page 2: Control Panel

    CONTROL PANEL PANNELLO COMANDI PANNEAU DE COMMANDE PANEL DE CONTROL Fig.1...
  • Page 3 16 - “Core probe temperature” indicator light 17 - “HACCP alarm” indicator light 18 - “Service alarms” indicator light 19 - "Electrolux Food Safe Mode 1" indicator light 20 - "Electrolux Food Safe Mode 2" indicator light 21 - "U.S.Standard" indicator light (personalized) 22 - “Time”...
  • Page 4 16 - Led “température sonde à cœur” 17 - Led "allarme HACCP" 18 - Led “alarmes de service” 19 - Led Electrolux Food Safe Mode 1 20 - Led Electrolux Food Safe Mode 2 21 - Led U.S. Standard (personnalisé) 22 - Touche “temps”...
  • Page 5 USA ... Page IT ... Pagina 28 - 50 FR ... ES ... Page Página 74 - 96 06 - 27 51 - 73...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ... Page GENERAL INFORMATION ... Page 10 A.1.1 Foreword ... Page A.1.2 Intended use and limitations ... Page A.1.3 Testing ... Page A.1.4 General safety rules ... Page A.1.5 Customer's responsibilities ... Page A.1.6 Data plate position ... Page B.1 DESCRIPTION OF CYCLES ...
  • Page 7 C.1.9.1 Manual defrosting ... Page C.1.9.2 Probe temperatures display ... Page C.1.9.3 "UV" Sterilisation cycle ... Page C.1.9.4 Reference standard ... Page C.1.9.5 User parameters ... Page C.1.9.6 HACCP ... Page C.1.9.7 Service alarms ... Page C.2 USER INSTRUCTIONS ... Page 15 C.2.1 Switching on ...
  • Page 8 C.4 ALARMS ... Page C.4.1 Alarms ... Page C.4.1.1 HACCP alarms ... Page C.4.1.1.1 Description of alarms ... Page C.4.1.2 Service alarms ... Page C.4.1.2.1 Service alarms not requiring service center assistance ... Page C.4.1.2.2 Service alarms requiring service center assistance ... Page C.5 HACCP CONNECTIONS (ACCESSORIES) ...
  • Page 9: Safety Instructions

    To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury when using your appliance, please follow these basic precautions including the following: • Read all instructions before using your appliance. • This Manual does not cover every possible condition and situation that may occur. Use common sense and caution when installing, operating and maintaining this appliance.
  • Page 10: General Information

    A.1 GENERAL INFORMATION A.1.1 FOREWORD The purpose of this manual is to provide the necessary information for the correct installation, operation, use and maintenance of the appliance. Consequently, the manual and all the technical documentation enclosed with the appliance must be kept with the appliance at all times so that they can be consulted by the technician or end user.
  • Page 11: Maintenance Cycle Or Preservation Cycle

    • Positive "HARD CHILLING" • Positive "COOLER" maintenance (or preservation) • Negative "BLAST FREEZING" chilling or freezing • Negative "FREEZER" maintenance (or preservation) When choosing a cycle, press the the next option; the options are in a loop and so you can either...
  • Page 12: Programs

    The Standard indicator light is normally off. It lights up only when the Reference Standard option is entered with the UTILITIES button. From left to right, the lights are: Electrolux Food Safe Mode 1, Electrolux Food Safe Mode 2, U.S. Standard . To display the appliance Standard setting, use the “Utilities...
  • Page 13: Time

    C.1.8 TIME • During a chilling cycle: the time display shows the total or remaining chilling time. • During holding cycle: the display shows the hour. • During “turbo cooling” cycle: the display shows: °°°° “ “ = two hours left until start of defrosting °°°...
  • Page 14: Reference Standard

    CFEt ºC U.S.Standard Section C.2.2.6 describes how to change the STANDARD (e.g. to go from the Electrolux Food Safe Mode 1 to the Electrolux Food Safe Mode 2). THE REFERENCE STANDARD SELECTION CAN BE CHANGED ONLY WHEN THERE IS NO CYCLE RUNNING. If a chilling cycle is running the system will automatically exit the utility.
  • Page 15: User Instructions

    • Positive "HARD CHILLING" • Positive "COOLER" maintenance (or preservation) • Negative "BLAST FREEZING" chilling or freezing • Negative "FREEZER" maintenance (or preservation) When choosing a cycle, press the next option; the options are in a loop and so you can either scroll...
  • Page 16: Modification Of Chilling Time

    When a cycle is running, the user can view the temperature setpoint and chilling end time by pressing buttons button. C.2.2.8 Changing the Standard selection To select a Standard, e.g. the Electrolux Food Safe Mode 2, press the Standard utility is selected, press the...
  • Page 17: Defrosting

    C.2.4 DEFROSTING If the appliance is in the right conditions (indicator light or with the appliance on standby), this function enables a manual defrosting cycle. The display shows the message “dEfr” throughout the entire cycle. If a manual defrosting is not possible (during a chilling cycle) the message “UTIL NONE”...
  • Page 18: Inserting The Food (Core) Probe In The Product

    C.2.7 INSERTING THE FOOD (CORE) PROBE IN THE PRODUCT Make sure the probe is clean and sterilized whenever inserting it in food, and always take care when handling the probe, because it has a sharp point. Using the food (core) probe in the chilling cycles guarantees good results.
  • Page 19 IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE THE TYPE OF PROGRAM PRESS THE BUTTON UNTIL THE INDICATOR LIGHT TURNS ORANGE PRESS THE CYCLE BUTTON - Hard chilling with program select and chilling time change: PRESS THE BUTTON UNTIL THE LIGHT TURNS ORANGE PRESS THE “SELECT PROGRAM”...
  • Page 20: Alarms

    C.4 ALARMS C.4.1 ALARMS The electronic board manages two kinds of alarm system: - HACCP for monitoring and storing high temperature alarms. HACCP alarm states are signalled by the sounding of the buzzer, the blinking of the red HACCP indicator light and the appearance of an alarm message on the display.
  • Page 21: Service Alarms Requiring Service Center Assistance

    C.4.1.2.2 Service alarms requiring service center assistance When the alarms listed below occur, call the service center for assistance. SYMBOL DESCRIPTION Minimum cell temperature Minimum evaporator temperature Cell probe malfunctioning or disconnected Evaporator probe malfunctioning or disconnected Ambient probe malfunctioning or disconnected Condenser probe malfunctioning or disconnected Core probe 1 malfunctioning or disconnected Core probe 2 malfunctioning or disconnected...
  • Page 22: Cleaning The Food (Core) Probe

    ATTENTION: the AOFP201RU4-201RU-202RU-202RU4 model does not have a drain tray. Make sure the drain hole is connected to the water drain system. D.1.3 CLEANING THE FOOD (CORE) PROBE Pay particular attention when handling the probe; remember that it has a sharp point, therefore handle it with extreme care, even in the cleaning phase.
  • Page 23: Fan Replacement

    D.2.3 FAN REPLACEMENT (ONLY ON MODELS AOFP61U-61TU-61U4-61TU4) FIG. 3 FIG. 2...
  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    Note: the code and serial number are essential for identifying the type of appliance and date of manufacture. Example: PNC 726662 00 - Ser.No. 72500010 726662 00: chiller freezer R404A 72500010: manufactured in 2007, week 25, 10th item. D.4 WASTE DISPOSAL AND DEMOLITION D.4.1 WASTE STORAGE...
  • Page 25: D.6 List Of User Parameters

    D.6 LIST OF USER PARAMETERS SYMBOL Internal clock: Minutes HOUR Internal clock: Hours Internal clock: Days Internal clock: Month Internal clock: Year YEAR Indicates the cell temperature set point for the positive holding cycle and the conservation phase after positive chilling Indicates the cell temperature set point for the negative holding cycle and the conservation phase after negative chilling Temperature difference from absolute temperature/conservation set point, below which a...
  • Page 26: Recipe Selection

    RECIPE SELECTION Meat / Poultry / Game Roast Beef 6.6 - 9.9 lb (3 - 4,5 kg) piece 2 per rack Roast Pork 6.6 - 9.9 lb (3 - 4,5 kg) piece 2 per rack Rack of lamb (5 - 6 pt) 10 per rack Beef casserole Lamb casserole...
  • Page 27 Farinaceous dishes Quiche num ber per grid depends on size Vegetable au gratin in 1.57 in (40 mm ) GN pan Rice - pilaf style 2.56 in (65 m m ) pan, 1.5 litre hot stock per 2.2 lb (1 kg) rice Lasagne 2.56 in (65 m m ) pans, 11 lb (5 kg) each...