Merrychef eikon e2P (Twin) Operating instructions

eikon
TM
GB
Quick Start Guide
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INTRODUCTION
These ovens offer operators the flexibility of combination cooking with
additional control over fan speed and microwave power.
Combination cooking enables high quality results to be achieved in a
fraction of the time taken by conventional cooking, particularly when
baking, browning, roasting and grilling dishes.
Once established, precise instructions for combination or convection
cooking of selected items may be programmed into the oven’s memory
so that they can be repeated easily and accurately. Up to 1024 programs
can be stored and simply recalled.
Multistage Programming
The oven controls offer even greater flexibility by allowing multistage
programming. This enables the exact conditions required for quality
results to be set according to the food type.
A single cooking program can have up to 6 stages, each stage
controlled with its own time, fan speed and microwave power settings,
(model dependent).
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE
ENERGY
a) Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since
open-door operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave
energy. It is important not to defeat or tamper with the safety
interlocks.
b) Do not place any object between the oven front face and the
door or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing
surfaces.
c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly
important that the oven door closes properly and that there is no
damage to the (1) door (bent) (2) hinges and latches (broken or
loosened) (3) door seals and sealing surfaces.
d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except
properly qualified service personnel.
The instructions outlined in this guide are intended to ensure the
safety and long life of your Merrychef oven.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
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CONTENTS
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PRODUCT DETAILS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED
SUITABLE COOKING UTENSILS PRODUCT DETAILS
OPERATION & CONTROLS
QUICK START GUIDE: QUICK SERVICE OVEN
START UP
USING A COOKING PROGRAM
OPERATING GUIDE: FULL SERVICE OVEN
easyToUCH MAIN MENU & KEYBOARD SCREEN
PRESS & GO
USING A COOKBOOK PROGRAM
SCREEN SAVER
CHANGING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE
The easyToUCH screen display, layout and icons shown herein,
are for guidance purposes only and are not intended to be an
exact representation of those supplied with the oven.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
This is a Quick Start Guide only. For further information
refer to the relevant Installation and Operating
instructions available from www.merrychef.com
FAULT FINDING
COOLING THE OVEN DOWN BEFORE CLEANING
Oven cool down
Preparing to clean the oven
Cold oven CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS e2
FAULT FINDING CHART
OPERATION &
CONTROLS
MAIN FEATURES
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Specifications10
Serial Number (Rating Plate):
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Compliances:11
INSTALLATION12
OVEN LOCATION AND POSITIONING
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CLEANING &
MAINTENANCE
Users are cautioned that maintenance and repairs should
be performed by a Merrychef authorized service agent
using genuine Merrychef replacement parts. Merrychef
will have no obligation with respect to any product that
has been improperly installed, adjusted, operated or not
maintained in accordance with national and local codes or
installation instructions provided with the product, or any
product that has its serial number defaced, obliterated or
removed, or which has been modified or repaired using
unauthorized parts or by unauthorized service agents.
For a list of authorized service agents, please refer to the
back page of this booklet. The information contained
herein (including design and parts specifications) may be
superseded and is subject to change without notice.
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FAULT FINDING
IMPORTANT INFORMATION READ BEFORE
USE
SAFETY &
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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:
11 Do not store this appliance outdoors. Do not use this product near
water —– for example, near a kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near
a swimming pool, and the like.
12. Do not immerse the cord or plug in water.
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance.
13. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
2. Read and follow the specific “PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE
EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY” found on the
Introduction page.
14. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
3. This appliance must be grounded. Connect only to a properly
grounded outlet. See “ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION”.
4. Install or locate this appliance only in accordance with the provided
installation instructions.
5. WARNING: Liquids or other foods must not be heated in sealed
containers since they are liable to explode.
6. Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in the
manual. Do not use corrosive chemicals or vapours in this appliance.
This type of oven is specifically designed to heat, cook or dry food. It is
not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
7. This appliance should not be used by children.
8. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
9. WARNING: it is hazardous for anyone other than a competent person
to carry out any service or repair operation that involves the removal
of any cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave
energy.
10 Do not cover or block any openings on the appliance including air
vents/filters and steam outlet.
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15. Either:
i) When cleaning surfaces of door and oven that come together on
closing the door, use only mild non-abrasive soaps, or detergents
applied with a sponge or soft cloth.
ii) When separate cleaning instructions are provided, see door surface
cleaning instructions.
16. To reduce risk of fire in the cavity:
i) When heating food in plastic or paper containers, keep an eye on the
oven due to the possibility of ignition.
ii) Remove wire twist-ties from paper or plastic bags before placing
bag in oven
iii) If materials inside the oven should ignite, keep oven door closed,
turn oven off, and disconnect the power cord , or shut off power at the
fuse or circuit breaker panel.
iv) Do not use the cavity for storage purposes. Do not leave paper
products, cooking utensils or food in the cavity when not in use.
17. WARNING: Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed
eruptive boiling therefore care must be taken when handling the
container.
18. DO NOT operate using microwave only or combination function
without food or liquid inside the oven as this may result in overheating
and may cause damage.
20. NEVER remove any fixed internal parts of the oven.
21. NEVER tamper with the control panel, door, seals, or any other
oven part.
22. DO NOT obstruct air vents/filters or steam outlet.
23. NEVER hang dish towels or cloths on any part of the oven.
24. WARNING: If the door or door seals are damaged, the oven must
not be operated until it has been repaired by a competent person.
25. If the power cable is damaged in any way it MUST be replaced by
an approved Service Agent.
26. When handling hot liquids, foods, and containers, care should be
taken to avoid scalds and burns.
27. When heating liquids using microwave only or combination
function, the contents should be stirred prior to heating to avoid
eruptive boiling.
32. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
33. Oven must not be operated without the air filter in place.
34. The minimum height of free space necessary above the top surface
of the oven is 50mm (2Ins).
35. Only use utensils that are suitable for use in microwave ovens.
36. If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the appliance and keep
the door closed in order to stifle any flames.
37. The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits
removed.
38. Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could lead to
deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect the life of the
appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
39. The appliance should not be cleaned with a water jet.
28. WARNING: The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars
must be stirred or shaken and the temperature checked before
consumption in order to avoid burns.
29. Never use the oven to heat alcohol, e.g. Brandy, rum etc. Food
containing alcohol can more easily catch fire if overheated, observe
caution and do not leave the oven unattended.
30. Never attempt to deep fry in the oven.
31. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
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19. NEVER remove the exterior of the oven.
SAFETY &
REGULATIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED
1. Read this manual before using your oven.
2. As with all electrical appliances, it is wise to have the electrical
connections inspected at least once a year.
3. The oven interior, door seals should be cleaned frequently, following
the instructions described in the cleaning section, failure to do so
could possibly result in a hazardous situation.
4. Switch off the oven at the end of all the cooking sessions for that
day.
5. The oven should not be used to dry linen.
6. As with any cooking appliance, care should be taken to avoid
combustion of the items within the oven.
7. Food in combustible plastic or paper containers should be
transferred to a microwave/oven proof containers to avoid the
possibility of ignition.
If smoke is observed:
●● Switch off
●● Isolate from the electrical supply
●● Keep the door closed to stifle any flames
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8. Items should be unwrapped when using convection and
combination functions.
9. Eggs in their shells and hard boiled eggs should not be heated
in microwave ovens since they may explode even after microwave
heating has ended.
10. Food with a skin, e.g. Potatoes, apples, sausages etc. should be
pierced before heating.
11. Food should not be heated in a completely sealed container as the
build-up of steam may cause it to explode.
12. Excess fat should be removed during ‘roasting’ and before lifting
heavy containers from the oven.
13. In the event of glass breaking or shattering within the oven, ensure
that food is totally free of glass particles. If in doubt, dispose of any
food that was in the oven at the time of the breakage.
14. DO NOT attempt to operate the oven with: object caught in door,
that does not close properly or damaged door, hinge, latch, sealing
surface or without food in the oven.
Manufacturer’s instructions should be checked to determine the suitability of individual containers or utensils using each of the cooking functions.
The following chart provides general guidelines:
Heat resistant containers
Toughened glass
Vitreous ceramics
Earthenware
Do not use items with metallic decoration.
(porcelain/crockery/china etc.)
Metallic & Foil Trays
Metallic trays
DO NOT USE ANY OTHER METAL OR FOIL CONTAINERS
Metallic trays may only be used in the oven cavity.
Plastic containers
Dual-ovenable plastic containers
(up to certain temperatures) are now available.
Check manufacturer’s instructions before use.
Disposables
DO NOT USE
Combustibles (paper/card etc.)
Other utensils
Tie tags
Cutlery
Temperature probes
No kitchen utensil should be left in food while it is cooking in
the oven.
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SUITABLE COOKING UTENSILS
MAIN FEATURES
1  ON/OFF SWITCH
PRODUCT DETAILS
When switched ON the easyToUCH screen illuminates the oven
controls. Note; turning this switch OFF does not isolate the oven from
the electricity supply.
2  easyToUCH SCREEN CONTROL PANEL
See ‘OPERATION & CONTROLS’ for details.
3  RATING PLATE
Located on the right hand side panel of the oven states the serial
number, model type & electrical specifications.
4  MenuConnect™
A USB socket located under the Merrychef logo allows changes to
programs stored on the oven (See USB MenuConnect™ User Manual,
and Operation & Controls section of this manual, for details of
updating oven programs).
5  AIR OUTLETS
Air used to cool internal components and steam from the cavity
escape through the air outlet vents located on the rear of the oven
and side panel of the e2 model. The air outlets must be kept free from
obstruction and they will not allow microwave energy to escape into
the environment.
6  AIR INLET FILTER
The air filter situated at the upper rear of the oven is part of the
ventilation system and must be kept free of obstruction and cleaned
daily as described under ‘Cleaning & Maintenance’. Note, the oven
must not be operated without the air filter fitted.
7  DOOR HANDLE
This is a rigid bar which is pulled downwards and away from the oven
to open.
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8  OVEN DOOR
This is a precision-made energy barrier with three microwave safety
interlocks. The door must be kept clean (see ‘CLEANING’) and should
NOT be used to support heavy objects.
9  DOOR SEALS
These ensure a tight seal around the door. They should be kept clean
and checked regularly for signs of damage. At the first sign of wear
they should be replaced by a Merrychef approved Service Agent.
10  CRUMB FILTERS, IMPINGER PLATE & COOK PLATE
The metal crumb filters covering the convection paths in the oven
cavity sides must be kept clean and free of debris. Great care should
be taken when cleaning this area of the oven noting the different oven
requirements shown under ‘Cleaning & Maintenance’ in this manual.
11  OVEN CAVITY
The oven cavity is constructed from stainless steel and must be
kept clean by following the cleaning instructions in the ‘Cleaning &
Maintenance’ section of this manual.
12  GREASE TRAY
The grease tray, located under the oven, must be cleaned daily.
Carefully slide the tray forwards and away from the oven for cleaning.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
PRODUCT DETAILS
Description
unit
e2 Per Oven
Touch screen controls
programs
1024
Ambient operating temperature
°C/°F
<40/104
External HxWxD
mm
635x375x775
633x866x785
External HxWxD
inches
25x15x31
25x34x31
Internal HxWxD
mm
244x244x305
Internal HxWxD
inches
9.6x9.6x12
Cooking chamber
Ltr (cu.ins)
19.4 (1175)
Power output microwave
Watts
1000
Power output convection
kW
2.2/0.9 (13A), 2.2/1.3 (16A), 2.2 (20A)
Power supply
Hz
50 / 60
Power supply
V
230 / 220
Power supply
kW
2.97 / 3.01 (13A), 3.37 / 3.41 (16A),
4.27 / 4.31(20A)
Unpackaged oven weight nett
Kg (lbs)
68 (150)
Sound pressure level
dB(A)
<70
Microwave Frequency
MHz
2450 Nominal
Ingress Protection
N/A
IPX3
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e2P (TWIN)
2.2/0.9 (13A), 2.2/1.3 (16A)
5.94 / 6.02 (26A / 13A per oven)
6.74 / 6.82 (32A / 16A per oven)
Manufacturer
1) Brand Headquarters
Manitowoc Foodservice UK Ltd.
Ashbourne House,
The Guildway,
2) Factory
Manitowoc Foodservice UK Ltd.
Provincial Park,
Nether Lane,
Old Portsmouth Road,
Ecclesfield,
Guildford.
Sheffield.
GU3 1LR
S35 9ZX
Equipment details
Generic Model Numbers eikon e2
Description
Commercial Combination Microwave Oven
Declaration of Conformity with directives and standards
The manufacturer hereby declares that its commercial combination microwave ovens listed above comply with the following directives and
standards.
Compliance with Directives
The commercial combination microwave ovens comply with the relevant provisions of the following European Directives
EMC 2004/108/CE
LVD 2006/95/EC
RoHS 2002/95/EC
MD 2006/42/EC
Harmonised Standards Applied
The commercial combination microwave ovens comply with the relevant requirements of the following European standards.
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EN 60335-2-90: 2006 +A1 (excluding Annex EE ship board requirements)
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EN60335-2-42:2003 + A1:2008
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EN 60335-1: 2002+A11+A1+A12+A2+A13+A15
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EN 62233:2008
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EN 55014-2:1997 + Corrigendum:1997 + A1:2001 + A2:2008in accordance with Category IV requirements
EN55014-1:2006+A1:2009
EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009
EN61000-3-11-2000
EN 55011:2009 + A1:2010 Classification: Class B, Group 2
Mains terminal disturbance voltage Table 6
Radiated disturbance, magnetic field*
Table 9
Radiated disturbance, electric field Table 9
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AS/NZS CISPR 11
Radiated disturbance
CISPR 11:2011 Class A
Conducted disturbance
CISPR 11:2011 Class A
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AS/NZS CISPR 14
Quality and environmental management
Manitowoc Foodservice UK employs a quality management system in accordance with EN ISO 9001:2008 and a certified environmental
management system in accordance with EN ISO 14001.
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Serial Number example
(Rating Plate):
Serial number: YY MM SITE SERIAL
i.e. 10 06 2130 12345
(1006213012345)
Oven manufactured 2010 in June at
Sheffield (UK), production number
12345.
Model Number: MODEL,
CONFIGURATION, CONVECTION,
MICROWAVE, VOLTAGE, HERTZ, MAINS
LEAD, PLUG TYPE, COMMUNICATIONS,
REVISION, CUSTOMER/ACCESSORIES,
REGION.
i.e. e2 B F X 30 5 A B U 2 GM EU
(e2BFX305ABU1GMEU)
model: e2 Sealed base, 1300W,
1000W, 230V, 50Hz, L+N+E (2.5mm
EU), 2-pin plug, USB, 2, General
Market, European.
Compliances:
EU Directives
EMC 2004/108/EC
LVD 2006/95/EC
RoHS 2002/95/EC
MD 2006/42/EC
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PRODUCT DETAILS
EC Declaration of Conformity
INSTALLATION
DANGER!
OVEN LOCATION AND POSITIONING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. FAILURE
TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN ELECTRIC SHOCK AND
DEATH.
The oven must be connected to a separate electrical supply
installed by a qualified and approved electrician.
Choose a site away from major heat sources.
PRODUCT DETAILS
DO NOT position so that hot air is drawn in from fryers, grills, griddles,
etc.
A heat barrier to the height of the oven must be installed if sited next
to a burner, stove or range.
Place the oven on a permanent nonslip/nonflammable flat surface
that is LEVEL, STABLE and STRONG enough for the oven and contents.
Allow per oven, a minimum clearance (A) of 2 inches (50mm) around
the oven for hot air to escape.
Allow sufficient clearance (B), in front of the oven for the door to open
fully.
The air intake is located at the rear top of the oven (1) and it is
important that the airflow is as cool as possible and not preheated
by other appliances such as burners, stoves, ranges, fryers, grills
and griddles as this will deteriorate the life and performance of
the oven.
A suitably rated isolating switch with a 3mm contact gap on all
poles should be fitted for each oven installed.
If you are in any doubt about your electrical supply, seek the
advice of a qualified electrician.
Twin oven configurations
Position adjacent ovens allowing the minimum clearances shown. Note
that if a Parent oven is used, this is connected to the mains supply and
on the rear panel a mains socket for the Dependant oven is provided.
Do not plug any other appliance than
the Dependant oven into this socket.
Do not affix labels/stickers to oven other than those applied or
approved by the manufacturer.
The appliance is to be supplied through a residual current device
(RCD) having a rated residual operating current of 30mA.
This appliance is intended for counter top applications, it is not
recommended to be placed on counter tops greater than 1100mm
from the ground or below a height likely to cause repetitive injury
or strain due to the ergonomics of its installation.
When installing ensure that it is safe to both remove and place
products into the oven without causing injury.
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HANDLING & STORAGE:
When moving an oven always observe and follow National and local
requirements for lifting and moving heavy objects. Do not use the
oven door handle to lift oven.
When not in use, electrically disconnect the oven and store safely in a
dry cool place, do not stack ovens.
QUICK START GUIDE: QUICK SERVICE OVEN
START UP
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1. Switch the oven on;
Make all the relevant safety checks and ensure the oven is
clean and empty before pressing the oven switch down to
activate the oven.
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2. The easyToUCH screen illuminates with the display briefly
showing the serial number and oven data.If required, to
keep the data on the screen, Lightly tap the screen once to
freeze the display, tap again to continue.
3. When the oven is setup with two or more preheating
temperatures a choice is displayed.
4. During preheating the display shows the progress as the
oven heats up to the set temperature. (To stop the oven
heating touch the red ‘X’ symbol.)
5. The oven is ready to use when the ‘COOKBOOK’ is
displayed.
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OPERATION &
CONTROLS
Scroll arrows at the bottom of the screen indicates there
are more temperature choices not shown on screen, if
necessary, use the scroll arrows, then select the temperature
required to start preheating the oven.
STOP/CANCEL
COOKBOOK DISPLAY
MULTIPLE LANGUAGES INSTALLED
DISPLAYS ALL COOKING PROGRAMS (Optional)
SHOWS PROGRAM GROUPS
FAVOURITES (Optional)
PROGRAM GROUP
Each group contains a collection of cooking
programs.
CHANGE OVEN TEMPERATURE (Optional)
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USING A COOKING PROGRAM
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2
3
Taking all the necessary precautions to
ensure you do not burn yourself, open the
oven door to place the food into the hot
oven and close the door.
1. Select a program group, for example, ‘BURGERS’ to display
the individual cooking programs.
2. Select a cook program to start, for example, 2 BURGERS.
OPERATION &
CONTROLS
3. Follow instructions if displayed on the screen.
4. Touch the green tick to cook.
The cooking time counts down for each program stage.
5. When the program ends a red bar is displayed usually
with an audible sound - open the door or touch the red ‘X’ to
return to the cook program.
Note; opening the oven door during cooking stops the cooking
program and displays a warning. Closing the door allows the
user to continue or cancel the cooking program.
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PROGRAM STAGE
OPERATING GUIDE: FULL SERVICE OVEN
easyToUCH MAIN MENU & KEYBOARD SCREEN
MAIN MENU SCREEN:
1. DEVELOPMENT MODE enables multistage cooking
programs to be developed, then stored under a name and
symbol for reuse.
2. PRESS & GO allows quick access to use the cooking
programs that are already stored.
4. CLEANING/TEMP CHANGE allows the oven temperature to
be changed and the oven to be prepared for cleaning with
reminders displayed to assist during the cleaning process.
5. SETTINGS are used to control the oven settings and
functions including time and language, loading cooking
programs and for service and maintenance purposes.
6. KEYBOARD SCREEN is used to enter an authorised
password to enter data for programs and may restrict
operator access to some functions.
1 DEVELOPMENT MODE
2 MENU SHORTCUT
3 COOKBOOK
OPERATION &
CONTROLS
3. COOKBOOK contains the oven’s cooking programs.
It displays Favourites, Cooking Program Groups and a
complete listing of all cooking programs available.
4 CLEANING/TEMP
CHANGE
5 SETTINGS
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PRESS & GO
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Running a cooking program from the Press & Go menu.
1. Select ‘PRESS & GO’ from the main menu screen.
2. Select the item required to cook.
3. The display shows the cooking time count down. The timer
bar turns red to indicate the cooking cycle has finished.
OPERATION &
CONTROLS
Choosing which cooking programs are shown in the ‘PRESS
& GO’ menu screen.
1. After selecting ‘PRESS & GO’ from the main menu screen,
select the EDIT symbol.
2. Two lists are displayed, the ‘PRESS & GO’ menu items are
shown in the upper list and the lower list shows other menu
items which are available. Both lists can be scrolled up or down
using the arrows on the extreme right.
3. Select an item, then choose whether to change its order
within the menu or to remove it into the lower list.
4. Select an item to move into the upper list, making it available
in the ‘PRESS & GO’ menu.
5. Select backspace to return to the menu screen when finished.
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Change the
order of a
selected item
shown in the
Press & Go
screen.
3
Move a
selected item
to or from the
Press & Go
screen.
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5
Select to scroll a
list up or down.
USING A COOKBOOK PROGRAM
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WARNING: ENSURE THERE IS FOOD
PRODUCT IN THE OVEN BEFORE
STARTING A COOKING PROGRAM.
To find the required Program in the cookbook.
1. Select ‘COOKBOOK’ from the main menu screen.
2. Select the ALL MENUS symbol.
NOTE: if an image has a red line around it the oven
temperature is set too high or too low for that recipe. See
‘CHANGING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE’.
Taking all the necessary precautions to ensure you do not
burn yourself, place the food product into the hot oven
cavity and close the door.
OPERATION &
CONTROLS
3. Use scroll up/down arrows to find the program.
4. Select the required cooking program to start cooking.
WARNING:
For example,HOT
‘1 BURGER’
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SURFACE
HAZARD
5. The program either starts immediately displaying a
countdown timer, or an instruction is displayed first; follow
the stage instruction then select OK to start cooking. If
the oven door is not opened within 30 seconds a warning
message appears.
6. The cooking timer counts down to zero and makes a
sound to indicate an operator action is required at the end
of a cooking stage or the end of a cooking program.
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Once the cooking program has finished, opening the
oven door to remove the food returns the display to the
‘COOKBOOK’ screen.
Note; opening the oven door during cooking stops the cooking
program and displays a warning. Closing the door allows the
user to continue or cancel the cooking program.
To check the oven temperature when cooking, lightly tap the
temperature displayed, the oven cavity temperature is shown
with an asterisk.
OPERATION &
CONTROLS
SCREEN SAVER
An active screen saver will mask the screen showing a
moving image. To use the touchscreen, tap the screen to
deactivate the screen saver.
CHANGING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE
1. Take note of the temperature required for the recipe and
select OK.
2. Select the temperature symbol.
3. An asterisk next to the number indicates the present
oven temperature, select the required oven temperature
for the recipe. Once the oven is at the required temperature
continue from selecting the ‘COOKBOOK’ in step 1.
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COOLING THE OVEN DOWN BEFORE CLEANING
Oven cool down
IMPORTANT: the oven must be cooled down before the
cleaning processes are carried out.
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1. In Full Serve mode, select the CLEANING symbol from the main
menu.
2. In Full or Quick Serve mode, select the blue thermometer
symbol to disable heating and start the cooling cycle.
3. Taking all necessary precautions place a suitable heaped
container of ice, into the hot oven cavity. Select the OK symbol to
continue.
4. The cooling progress is displayed and takes approximately 30
minutes.
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5. The oven is now ready for cleaning. Select OK on the screen
after completing each stage.
Preparing to clean the oven
For the oven to operate at peak efficiency, the cavity, door, air
filter and grease filter must be kept clean.
A daily cleaning routine will ensure that you comply with the
required hygiene standards and will help to maintain and prolong
the efficiency of your oven.
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Equipment required (not supplied):
Non-caustic proprietary branded oven cleaner, heat proof gloves,
protective rubber gloves, non–abrasive nylon scrub pad, cleaning
towel and cloths, eye protection and dust mask (optional).
CAUTION: WEAR PROTECTIVE RUBBER GLOVES WHEN
CLEANING THE OVEN.
NEVER use sharp implements or harsh abrasives on any part
of the oven.
WARNING: DO NOT USE CAUSTIC CLEANERS
ON ANY PART OF THE OVEN OR OVEN CAVITY
AS IT WILL CAUSE PERMANENT DAMAGE TO
THE CATALYTIC CONVERTORS
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Complete COOL DOWN procedure and allow the oven and
accessories to cool before commencing cleaning.
DO NOT USE TOOLS
DO NOT USE WATER JET
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INSTRUCTIONS e2
REMOVE & CLEAN Oven Parts:
1. Remove the air filter at the rear of the oven by sliding upwards.
2. Open the oven door and remove the crumb filters, impinger plate
and cook plate.
3. Carefully slide the grease tray forwards to remove from the oven
and dispose of the contents responsibly following any applicable
guidelines or regulations.
Wash all parts in warm soapy water. Wash off using a clean cloth and
plenty of clean, warm water.
Dry using a fresh, clean cloth.
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CLEAN THE OVEN:
1. Remove any spillages with disposable paper wipes.
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Use a dry clean brush to remove any food particles from between
the oven floor and the inside of the front door.
2. Wear protective rubber gloves and protective glasses, carefully
spray a non-caustic proprietary branded Oven Cleaner onto all
the internal surfaces of the oven except the door seal (A).
DO NOT spray directly into the fan opening at the rear and
towards the sides of the oven.
3. For difficult areas, leave to soak for 10 minutes with the oven
door open.
Use a non–abrasive nylon scrub pad/sponge to clean the cavity,
roof and the inside of the door. Do not scrub the door seal or use
metallic scourers.
4. Wash off using a clean cloth and plenty of clean warm water
and dry using a fresh clean cloth or paper towel.
Replace all the cleaned oven parts.
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Close the oven door and wipe the outside of the oven with a
damp cloth.
DO NOT USE THE OVEN WITHOUT A CLEAN AIR
FILTER IN PLACE
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APPLY OVEN PROTECTOR:
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1. Only apply to a clean oven. Spray proprietary branded
Oven Protector onto a sponge.
2. Spread Oven Protector lightly onto the internal surfaces of
the oven avoiding crumb filters and cooking plates.
3. Spread Oven Protector lightly onto the internal surface of
the oven door avoiding the door seal.
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Switch on the oven and preheat. When the oven has reached
operating temperature it will take about 30mins to cure the
Oven Protector.
Note: Oven protector turns light brown when cured.
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FAULT FINDING CHART
Although every effort
is made to ensure your
oven will continue
to perform to a high
standard, please check
the chart to see if
the problem can be
easily resolved before
contacting your service
agent.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Check if there is a power cut.
The oven does not work and the display
screen is blank
The oven has no power
Some screen controls do not work
Unauthorised access
Contact the authorised user.
Display shows a warning message
Details are shown on screen
Follow the instructions displayed.
Oven not clean
Clean the oven (see cleaning).
Food not at correct temperature
Use the correct cooking program.
Modified or wrong program selected
Unwrap food for non-microwave cooking.
Food wrapped
Check all the cooking stages have been
followed correctly.
Food removed early
Warning message displayed
The oven does not finish cooking
Display shows an error code
FAULT FINDING
Check the isolator switch is ON or the oven
is plugged in correctly.
Check the oven switch is ON.
The oven does not cook the food correctly
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REMEDY
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Oven door opened
Close oven door.
Allow the oven to cool down.
Oven overheating
Check and remove any restrictions around
the air vents.
Oven malfunction
Note the error code and contact your
Service Agent.
Correct disposal of this product (Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment)
Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection
systems.
This marking shown on the product or its literature
indicates that it should not be disposed with other
household wastes at the end of its working life. To
prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from
other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the
sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they
purchased this product, or their local government office for details
of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe
recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms
and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be
mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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