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© AEG Hausgeräte GmbH
Muggenhofer Straße 135
D-90429 Nürnberg
Germany
Fax +49 (0)911 323 1420
TSE - N
Edition:
01.01
Publ.-Nr.:
599 50 93 79
685
EN
SERVICE MANUAL
COOKING
COMPETENCE
Comfort/Top-class

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  • Page 1 SERVICE MANUAL COOKING COMPETENCE Comfort/Top-class © AEG Hausgeräte GmbH Publ.-Nr.: Muggenhofer Straße 135 599 50 93 79 D-90429 Nürnberg Germany Fax +49 (0)911 323 1420 TSE - N Edition: 01.01...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents General features ........................4 Model designations ......................4 Appliance data........................4 Dimensions ..........................4 Outputs and secondary consumers ..................5 Parboiling times ........................8 Controls ..........................8 Version with maximal equipment ..................8 Component data ........................9 Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class ..........9 Interface (input –...
  • Page 3 Fault diagnosis/What to do if …? ..................27 Fault codes ........................27 Measuring the temperature sensor ..................28 Test and demo mode of door lock ..................29 7.3.1 Test of door lock for Top / Comfort class ................29 7.3.2 Demo mode ........................30 Wiring diagrams .........................
  • Page 4: General Features

    Alulook function with equipment rear heater TOC (Top additional range control) equipment /e.g. rear heater Basic) Appliance data Dimensions Height Width Depth 595mm 592mm 544mm TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 4 -...
  • Page 5: Outputs And Secondary Consumers

    Outputs and secondary consumers Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Clean Function heating elements (Watt) small loads (Watt) grill bottom rear cooking cooling Lamp Lamp Power Current element element element element rear side Watt Ampere Pos Function Symbol 1900...
  • Page 6 Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Clean Function heating elements (Watt) small loads (Watt) grill bottom rear Cooking Cooling Lamp Lamp Power Current element element element element rear side Watt Ampere Pos Function Symbol 1900 1000 1000 2400...
  • Page 7 Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Pyrolysis Function heating elements (Watt) small loads (Watt) grill bottom rear cooking cooling Lamp Lamp Door Power Current element element element element fang rear side lock Watt Ampere Pos Function Symbol 1900 1000...
  • Page 8: Parboiling Times

    Parboiling times Switch position: Parboiling time of automatic parboiling system A and 9 without automatic function A and 8 4,5 minutes A and 7 3,5 minutes A and ·6 3 minutes A and 6 2 minutes A and 3 5 minutes A and ·2 3 minutes A and 2...
  • Page 9: Component Data

    Component data Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class Fig. Interface comfort class The interface accommodates the components for entering and displaying the baking oven functions and the baking oven temperature. Interface (input – electronic display system) top class Fig.
  • Page 10: Power Board Top Class (Baking Oven)

    Power board top class (baking oven) Fig. Power board of top class The power boards accommodate the components to control the heaters, hot air blowers, cooling fan and the automatic door lock (with pyrolysis appliances). In addition, the primary side of the power pack includes the fuse (sluggish, 100 mA) of the appliance.
  • Page 11: Display Of Hot Plates

    Display of hot plates Fig. Display of hot plates These components accommodate the LED to display the cooking levels set at the 4 hot plates. Set value transmitter (hot plates) At the set value transmitter, each angular degree of switch turning changes an existing voltage value and/or resistance value.
  • Page 12: Temperature Sensor

    Temperature sensor The temperature in the baking oven is measured by a temperature sensor (type PT 500) for appliances with control board. The sensor is provided at the rear of the appliance. It is used to transmit to the electronic systems the values for: cyclic heating the radiators until the selected temperature is reached;...
  • Page 13: Appliances With Pyrolysis

    Appliances with pyrolysis 4.9.1 Door lock The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with a specific door lock system (Fig. 1) This system prevents opening of the baking oven door with the pyrolysis switched on. The lock system is operated with 2 heated bimetallic elements which move a bar into position which then either blocks or releases the lock lever at the baking oven door.
  • Page 14 Fig. Door lock in unlocked state 2 – E Inlet unlocking 4 – Inlet lock 3 – Phase (230 V) 33/34 – Switch contacts (5 V, 100 mA) unlocked interlocked As soon as a voltage of 230 V is applied to the contacts 3 and 4, the bar “A” moves to the other side after 2 –...
  • Page 15: Micro Switch For Telescopic Runner

    4.9.2 Micro switch for telescopic runner The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with a micro switch. The switch contact is interrupted with the grates suspended. Thus the self-cleaning function cannot be activated. The contact closes and self-cleaning is possible with the telescopic runners removed. Abb.
  • Page 16: Operation Of The Setting And Operating Units

    Operation of the setting and operating units Setting/modifying the time 5.1.1 Setting/modifying the time Setting The baking oven functions only with the time set. After electrical connection or in case of power failure “12:00” and “TIME” flash. Set the current time at the keys + or - . Wait for approx.
  • Page 17: Clock Functions

    Set the current time at the keys + or - . Wait for 5 seconds. Flashing stops and the set time is displayed. 5.1.2 Clock functions Period function Select baking oven function and temperature. Press clock function key selection V until CONTINUOUS flashes.
  • Page 18 When this time is elapsed, CONTINUOUS flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven switches off Press any key to clear the signal. Select baking oven function and temperature. Press clock function key selection V until END flashes. Set the desired switching off time at the keys + or - .
  • Page 19 Combined period and end Select baking oven function and temperature. Set the time required for cooking the meal at the PERIOD function. Here 1 hour. Set the time at which the meal shall be ready at the END function. Here 02:05 p.m. PERIOD and END light, the display shows the time of the day.
  • Page 20: Short Time

    5.1.3 Short time Press the clock function key selection V until the SHORT TIME flashes. Set the desired short time (max. 2 hours and 30 minutes) at the keys + or - . Wait for 5 seconds. The display shows the remaining time.
  • Page 21: Setting The Functions Of The Baking Oven

    Setting the functions of the baking oven 5.2.1 Switching on the baking oven function Switch on device at main key. Press the selection keys until the desired function lights. The temperature display shows a suggested temperature. 5.2.2 Changing the baking oven temperature Press the + or –...
  • Page 22: Switching On/Off Of Lighting System Of Baking Oven

    5.2.5 Switching ON/OFF of lighting system of baking oven Switch on the appliance at the main key. Press selection key once for baking oven function. LIGHT lights and the lighting system of the baking oven is ON. Press selection key once for baking oven function.
  • Page 23: Key Lock

    Switching on the childproof lock If necessary, switch on the appliance with the main switch. Press and keep pressed the oven function selection keys simultaneously until the oven display indicates ”SAFE” and the hot plate display shows ”L”. Now the childproof lock is switched on. Switching off the childproof lock Press and keep pressed the oven function selection keys...
  • Page 24: Technical Equipment

    Technical equipment Fan running on function The appliances switch on automatically as soon as the baking oven is started. After having switched off the baking oven, the cooling fan continues to operate in order to cool down the appliance. Important: All appliances of this series are provided with this running on function. The fan after-running is controlled electronically with all appliances.
  • Page 25: Pyrolysis

    Pyrolysis Fig. Heating up curve temperature/time P1: Heating time 150 min = pyrolysis 1 P2: Heating time 90 min = pyrolysis 2 Door locks at 312 °C, after 11 min Door unlocks at 204 °C, after 120 min (P2) or 180 min (P1) The cooling fan is operated at high speed until the time of unlocking then at a lower speed.
  • Page 26: Measures To Prevent Wrong Electrical Connection

    Measures to prevent wrong electrical connection If a range with pyrolytic self-cleaning system is connected wrongly, the micro processor at the Pris- ma basic power board recognises this error. It changes over into the fault mode. The error is reported by the error code display F7 in the display of the oven respectively E7 in the display of the hot plates.The heaters are dead.
  • Page 27: Safety Switching Off Of Hot Plates

    Safety switching off of hot plates The hot plates switch off automatically after: 6 hours for heating stage 1 - •2 5 hours for heating stage 3 – 4 4 hours for heating stage •4 - •5 1.5 hours for heating stage 6 - 9 unless manually switched off or modified before.
  • Page 28: Measuring The Temperature Sensor

    Measuring the temperature sensor If a failure at the temperature sensor is assumed, the resistance can be checked by means of an ohmmeter. The resistance of the temperature sensor should be 500 – 600 ohms at room temperature. Make sure to measure the insulation resistance between the metallic housing and each connection terminal.
  • Page 29: Test And Demo Mode Of Door Lock

    Test and demo mode of door lock Description of keys Top class Comfort class 7.3.1 Test of door lock for Top / Comfort class Activating To enter into door lock test the operator must execute the following actions: In OFF state, press at the same time TMODE P0 key and MINUS P2 key (starting from left, last and third-last key) for at least 800 ms;...
  • Page 30: Demo Mode

    7.3.2 Demo mode Activating demo mode Switch on appliance (main switch P8 on) Press keys P1, P2, P6 and P7 simultaneously Appliance beeps three times Demo mode is active State: The appliance can be operated in full (without performance). After reset of the main voltage the demo mode is preserved.
  • Page 31: Wiring Diagrams

    Wiring diagrams Fig. Power board of comfort-input PT500 temperature sensor 1 PT500 temperature sensor 2 Meat probe meat thermometer Main switch or door switch Telescopic runner micro switch TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 31 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 32 Fig. Power board top-input PT500 temperature sensor 1 PT500 temperature sensor 2 Meat probe meat thermometer Main switch or door switch Telescopic runner micro switch TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 32 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 33 Fig. Power board top-output Main supply Switched phase f2: thermal protection (Klixon) for the whole appliance to avoid heating overload Cooling fan Small loads Low speed normal speed High speed Oven lamps Input unlock Door lock f11: thermal protection (Klixon) to unable door unlock during high temperature Input lock...
  • Page 34 Fig. Power board of hot plate – output Hob area Heating element N°1/N°2/N°3/N°4 of the hot plate Residual heat indicator system Top cover 12 poles connector TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 34 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 35 Fig. Power board hot plates – input Knob 1/2/3/4 HOB heating T° selector Master switch External bridge for induction HOB detection ERM display boards TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 35 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 36: Service Tips

    Service tips Unhinging and dismantling the baking oven door Unhinging the baking oven door Open the door fully. Tilt open the clamping lever at both door hinges completely (1). Hold door sides with both hands and close for approx. ¾ overriding the resistance (2). Withdraw door from baking oven.
  • Page 37 Demounting the middle door glass Hold middle glass pane at its lower edge and push it towards the baking oven door handle against the spring pressure until it is exposed on bottom (1). Lift and withdraw pane (2). Inserting the middle door glass Insert middle glass pane into the door section at the handle side inclined from top (1).
  • Page 38: Removing The Two-Part Housing Cover

    Removing the two-part housing cover Loosen the two right and left mounting bolts Lift front half of cover TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 38 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 39: Demounting The Electronic System, Controls And Displays

    Demounting the electronic system, controls and displays 9.3.1 Demounting the electronic module Withdraw the concealable hot plate knobs. Separate the adhesive silicon strip between switch panel and panel holder. Remove switch panel which is fixed at the right and left of the panel holder by means of springs.
  • Page 40 Tilt panel to the front. Remove front frame. Attention: Latching hooks can easily break. Loosen both top engaging hooks, right and left. Slide electronic module to the right (seen from front). TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 40 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 41: Demounting The 7 Segment Display Of The Hot Plates

    Remove cables and then the electronic system. 9.3.2 Demounting the 7 segment display of the hot plates Press through the engaging noses. Remove the 7 segment display. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 41 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 42: Demounting The Set Value Transmitter Of The Hot Plates

    9.3.3 Demounting the set value transmitter of the hot plates. Loosen the mounting bolts. Remove the set value transmitter. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 42 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 43: Demounting The Temperature Sensor

    Demounting the temperature sensor Loosen both mounting bolts and withdraw the temperature sensor. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 43 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 44: Demounting The Door Lock

    Demounting the door lock The door lock is arranged in the ranges at the front left side. It is accessible from top. Loosen lateral mounting bolts. Remove door lock. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 44 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 45: Demounting The Hot Air Motor

    Demounting the hot air motor Loosen the mounting bolts at the rear wall of the baking oven. Loosen the mounting bolts and remove the covering plate. Loosen the acorn nut and remove the fan impeller. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 45 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 46 Bend the engaging nose upwards at the cross beam. Loosen the bayonet catch by turning the motor anti-clockwise. Remove motor. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 46 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 47: Demounting The Cross Flow Fan

    Demounting the cross flow fan Loosen the bolts of the rear cover half. Loosen the mounting bolts. Remove cross flow fan. TSE-N 01.01 A. B. - 47 - 599 50 93 79...
  • Page 48: Help In Case Of Baking Complaints

    Help in case of baking complaints The insertion levels 1 – 5 are counted from bottom to top. Tips for baking The cake collapses (becomes sticky, soggy, Check recipe, use less liquid, observe water stripes) agitation times, above all when using kitchen mixers.