Whirlpool Light programmable oven Installation manual

Service & Installation manual
Light programmable oven with
boiler
Table of Contents
Preface and terms of warranty
Rating plate
Installation and connection
-Installation
-Water connection
-Drain connection
-Electrical connection/survey of supply lines
Exhaust
Checking before use
Annual service check
Start menu
Oven set-up
-Set-up mode U1 to U9
-Set-up mode U10 to U15
Test functions
-Test mode D0 to D6
-Test mode D7 to D15
-Test mode D16 to D20
-Test mode D21 to D28
-Test mode D29 to D47
User menu
-User menu B1 to B6
-User menu B7 to B12
-User menu B13 to B20
-User menu B21 to B24
Error codes
Survey of error codes
Appendices
-Appendix 1: WHIRLPOOL installation checklist
-Appendix 2: WHIRLPOOL instruction checklist
Notes
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Preface and Terms of Warranty
You are now the owner of one of the leading oven products on the market.
All WHIRLPOOL products are currently subjected to intensive product development, which
ensures that the products always contain the latest technology and the most up-to-date and
energy-saving methods of preparation.
Furthermore, the WHIRLPOOL products are entirely up-to-date with the latest developments/
technology in terms of
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ERGONOMICS AND SAFETY
SIMPLE AND LOGICAL OPERATION
USER FRIENDLY DESIGN
RELIABILITY AND SERVICE
To ensure that our customers get an optimum and reliable product, all WHIRLPOOL units are
passed through an extensive test program in which all functions are subjected to a continuous
and extreme load.
For optimum results
Before you start using the oven, we recommend that you study the user’s manual thoroughly
in order to be able to fully utilise the many facilities and to ensure optimum cooking results.
Furthermore, by going through the manual, you will obtain a better understanding of the
advanced technology and feel safer when using the oven in your daily work.
Terms of warranty
Provided that it has been registered on the WHIRLPOOL website, your new WHIRLPOOL oven is
covered by a 48-month factory warranty. The warranty covers the oven cabinet and spare
parts. Furthermore, there is a 10-year warranty on the exterior door glass. The period of
warranty takes effect from the date of production. For further information on the warranty
terms, please visit www.houno.com/warranty.
The warranty does not include....
We especially draw your attention to the fact that the factory warranty does not cover glass
parts such as interior door glass, lamp glass and halogen lamps, nor does it cover sealings.
Furthermore, the factory warranty does not apply in the case of
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defects that are due to the fact that installation has not been carried out in accordance
with the WHIRLPOOL Installation & Service Manual at present in force (electricity, gas,
water/drain, exhaust),
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damage resulting from accidents, including damage caused by water, transport,
misapplication or negligence,
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defects and interruptions of operation that are the result of the oven not being
handled/operated as specified in the user's manual.
WHIRLPOOL cannot be made liable for indirect loss, including loss of profits.
If you utilise all the technological facilities of this oven, you are guaranteed perfect results with
only a minimum of resources.
Enjoy your new WHIRLPOOL oven.
Yours sincerely,
WHIRLPOOL
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Rating Plate
When communicating with WHIRLPOOL, we kindly ask you inform us of the serial number of
the oven that is stated on the approval plate. The approval plate is located on the right-hand
corner post of the oven cabinet, as shown below.
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Installation and Connection
Unpacking the oven
The oven is best handled while still in its wrapping. Wherever possible, use a lifting trolley.
Introduce the lifting trolley under the lower cross tube of the stand and place a couple of
wooden blocks between the cross tube and the lifting trolley.
To achieve the best possible balance, introduce the lifting trolley from the front of the oven or
from the motor side. Note that the oven can be lifted off the stand.
Remove the original packaging from the oven. Do not remove the foil that covers the surfaces
until the oven has been installed, as once the foil has been removed the surfaces are
vulnerable to sharp objects such as tools.
Remove all packaging material that secures the racks in the oven chamber.
The packaging should be destroyed in accordance with national rules and
regulations governing waste disposal. Information on the composition of the
packaging material can be obtained from the WHIRLPOOL Customer Centre.
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Installation and Connection
Installing the oven
To ensure that the oven functions correctly when installed, it should be placed upright and
level (horizontally). This is measured at the front and side edge of the roof, and adjustment is
made by means of the adjusting screws on the stand or on the legs of table models. The
height of the oven can also be adjusted to fit the trolley for rack.
Correct
Wrong
The oven should be placed 5 cm / 2 inch from the rear wall and the distance
between the right side of the oven and the nearest wall or piece of furniture, etc.
should be at least 7 cm / 2.75 inch. This is to ensure the necessary flow of cooling air
to the oven. Strong sources of heat such as hotplates, tilting frying pans, deep fat
fryers, etc. should not be placed near the oven, otherwise the warranty may cease to
apply.
(NSF) On an oven with stand, the distance to the floor must be at least 150
mm / 5.9 inch. Only 2½ threads must be visible on the adjustable feet.
(NSF) On table models, the legs must be adjusted to allow a minimum
clearance of 76 mm / 3 inch to the surface on which the oven stands.
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Installation and Connection
Water connection
WHIRLPOOL ovens have one or two water connections.
To facilitate cleaning and service, the oven should be connected with an approved flexible ¾’’
hose and the permanent installations should be fitted with a stop tap.
Before connecting the oven to water, flush the tubes thoroughly.
Hardness of the water:
Conductivity:
Water pressure:
max. 3 dH
min. 75 microsiemens
min. 2.5 bar (36 PSI) dynamic pressure (when CombiWash on),
max. 6 bar (87 PSI)
Water flow:
min. 12 l/m
Water temperature:
max. 20°C (68°F)
Chloride concentration: max. 100 mg/litre
Sulphate:
max. 150 mg/litre
The connection wire to the system should be fitted with a stop valve and a nonreturn valve.
If the feeder is connected to the water distribution system with a flexible hose, this hose
should be VA approved.
If the water temperature exceeds 20°C / 68°F, problems with regard to
ClimaOptima calibration and cooling of the oven may occur.
Ovens with a steam generator must not be connected to a reversed osmosis
plant, as this may cause problems with the reading of the water level in the
steam generator.
The water connection must be carried out by an authorised plumber in
accordance with existing rules and regulations
Clogged up water filters and dirt in the solenoid valves are not covered by the
warranty.
To ensure that the water quality is in conformity with the above requirements,
the installation of a water filter in front of the water connection to the oven is
recommended.
The installation of a particle filter (0.25mm) is also recommended.
In the case of two water connections, the following applies:
1) 1 connection for raw water for the condensation jet (cold water). Located at the back.
2) 1 connection for the steam generator and the jet in the oven chamber. Must meet the
requirements applying to water supplied to household appliances; however, hot water with
a temperature not exceeding 20°C / 68°F can be used. Located at the front.
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Installation and Connection
Drain connection
From the factory, the WHIRLPOOL ovens are equipped with a drain system that removes
surplus water from the oven chamber. This water may be condensed water from the products,
or it may occur when the oven chamber is cooled down with cold water, or when the oven
chamber is cleaned.
Connection must be carried out by an authorised plumber, to an open or to a closed
drain.
It is recommended that a water outlet is available/established in the floor of
the room where the oven is located.
The drain must never end directly beneath the oven.
The drain must be of stainless steel or an equally temperature-resistant material, have a
diameter of at least 50 mm / 2 inch and a fall of at least 3° or 5%.
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Installation and Connection
Electrical connection/survey of supply lines
The electrical connection must be carried out by an authorised electrician in accordance with
existing rules and regulations.
The wiring diagram is located in the motor compartment.
The terminal for the electrical connection is located behind the right side plate.
An approved plug outlet or a safety cutout must be located close to the oven so that
the oven can be disconnected during installation and repair. The safety cutout must be
able to cut off all poles with a total distance of break of at least 3 mm. Each of the two
units in a stacked arrangement (CombiPlus) must have its own plug outlet or safety cutout.
The warranty does not cover incorrect connection.
Supply lines - survey (applies to all electric models )
(All cross sections in mm² )
AFO ----Æ
400V 3N ~ 50/60
Hz
400V 3 ~ 50/60
Hz
415V 3N ~ 50/60
Hz
440V 3 ~ 50/60
Hz
200V 3 ~ 50/60
Hz
230V 3 ~ 50/60
Hz
480V 3 ~ 50/60
Hz
208V 3 ~ 50/60
Hz
382,
395
382,
395
380,
393
383,
396
383,
396
384,
397
384,
397
375,
388
375,
388
376,
377,
378,
389,
390,
391
9 kW
Fuse
18 kW
Fuse
24 kW
Fuse
36 kW
Fuse
27 kW
Fuse
60 kW
Fuse
5x2,5
16A
5x4
35A
5x10
50A
5x10
63A
5x10
50A
5x25
100A
4x2,5
16A
4x4
35A
4x10
50A
4x10
63A
4x10
50A
*
*
5x2,5
16A
5x4
25A
5x10
50A
5x10
50A
5x10
50A
5x25
100A
4x2,5
16A
4x4
25A
4x10
50A
4x10
50A
4x6
35A
*
*
4x4
35A
4x16
63A
4x25
100A
4x35
125A
4x25
80A
*
*
4x4
25A
4x10
50A
4x25
80A
4x35
100A
4x25
80A
*
*
4x2,5
16A
4x4
25A
4x6
35A
4x10
50A
4x6
35A
*
*
4x4
25A
4x10
50A
4x25
80A
4x35
100A
4x25
80A
*
*
376,
377,
378,
389,
390,
391
379,
392
379,
392
380,
393
* Not possible
Recommended supply line: H07RN-F
When you connect the oven, you should
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Follow the installation instructions and the information given on the rating plate.
Comply with local rules and regulations.
WHIRLPOOL recommends the use of a (Type B) RCD/RCCB. 300 mA
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Exhaust
The WHIRLPOOL ovens are equipped with an open/direct exhaust system that removes
surplus humidity from the oven chamber. The exhaust system has an electrically operated
damper.
The exhaust tube can be connected to a ventilating system. In that case, a special
extraction funnel is fitted to avoid suction directly from the oven chamber. This extraction
funnel can be ordered from WHIRLPOOL.
The scope of supply also includes a specially designed extraction hood, see illus. below.
If an extraction hood is installed in the ceiling above the oven, it should project 50 cm over
the front of the oven. The suction effect should be 400 – 800 m3/h.
The ventilation motor can be controlled directly from the oven. This means that the
ventilation starts when a program is started and runs for 10 minutes after the program is
completed.
The installation of the ventilation must comply with local rules and
regulations.
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Checking before Use
The oven should be checked before you start using it.
On the outside
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Check that the oven has not been damaged in transit (dents, scratches, etc.)
Check/adjust the height and check that the oven is placed level (horizontally)
Check/adjust oven door
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Connections
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Check for correct water connection
Turn on water supply
Check for leaks
Turn off water supply
Check and clean dirt filter
Turn on water supply again
Check hand shower
Check for correct electrical connection
Check connection to drip tray
Check for correct mounting of drip tray
Check for correct fall of hose from drip tray, and check for leaks
Check for correct exhaust and drain connection
Clean oven
Apply steel oil
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Oven chamber
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Check that filter housing is mounted correctly
Check interior light
Clean oven
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Operation panel
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Check and adjust, if necessary, each of the preset values
Heat up the oven at 250°C for approx. 5 min.
The installation checklist and the instruction checklist (appendices 1 and 2) should
be filled in and returned to WHIRLPOOL 30 days after the installation, at the latest.
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Annual Service Check
Customer:
Address:
By:
Postal code:
Serial No of the oven:
Model:
1. Connection:
Functioning correctly
Water connection – dirt filter (may need tightening)
Electrical connection (may need tightening)
Drain connection (may need tightening)
Positioning of oven
2. Door:
Closing device (may need adjusting)
Catch (may need adjusting)
Sealing (must be tight at 100°C steam or combi steam)
Hinging (may need adjusting)
Interior glass (hinging, fastening)
Calibrate door sensor
3. Inside:
Interior light
Jets (may need cleaning)
Fan (should rotate freely and be tightly fitted)
Heating element (may need tightening)
4. Under oven:
Drain system (check for leaks and blocks)
Condensation jet and drain sensor
Drip tray (clean hose for discharge connection piece)
Drip slide on oven door
5. Motor room:
Connection to heating elements
Load distribution on phases
Wire connection (overloading, bad connection, and tightening)
Exhaust motor
Fan motor (may need tightening)
Frequency transformer (check regulation)
ClimaOptima
Cooling fan
Filter for intake (may need cleaning)
Cooling plate for solid-state relays (clean)
Check for moisture
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YES NO
6. Steam generator:
Heating elements (check for leaks)
Load distribution on phases
Level sensor – to be cleaned
Drain pump
May need descaling
Functioning correctly
YES NO
7. Functional test:
Components (use test function)
Core temperature probe
Operation modes
CombiWash (clean jet head)
Service engineer: Date and signature
Parts to be replaced at 12-, 24- and 36-month service intervals:
12-month inspection
Follow the annual service
check (see above).
Change:
Door seal
Light bulbs
Gasket for lamp glass
Nozzles
Bearing for nozzle arm
Update software
24-month inspection
Follow the annual service
check (see above).
Change:
Door seal
Light bulbs
Gasket for lamp glass
Nozzles
Main contactor
Spring for handle
Bearing for nozzle arm
Update software
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36-month inspection
Follow the annual service
check (see above).
Change:
Door seal
Light bulbs
Gasket for lamp glass
Nozzles
Exhaust for damper motor
Detergent and rinse pump
Nozzle arm assy
Update software
Start Menu
Main switch
Change oven
temperature with
turn switch
HOT AIR selected if
control lamp on
COMBI STEAMING
selected if upper or
middle control lamp
is on. REHEATING is
selected if lower
control lamp is on.
Change time with
turn switch
Core temperature
on C and K models.
Injection time on B
model.
Steaming on C and
K, preheating on B
Program key
Exhaust open if
control lamp on
Step key
Fan speed can be
set between 20 and
100%. Control lamp
is on when speed
< 100.
Alarm key
Turn switch
Start/Stop
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Set temperature (press temperature key, temperature flashes, set temperature with
turn switch, press temperature key again to save).
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Set time (press time key, time flashes, set time with turn switch).
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Set core temperature (press core temperature key, set temperature with turn switch).
C and K models only.
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Set injection time (press injection key, time flashes, set injection time with turn
switch). B model only.
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Oven set-up
Main switch
Display shows
setting
Press HOT AIR and
STEAMING for 2 sec.
Not active
Possible to change to
"d" test mode with
combi steam key
Display shows "U"
No.
Press STEAMING/
PREHEATING and
HOT AIR for 2 sec.
Display shows
description of "U"
function
Not active
Display shows
setting
Not active
Confirmation of
special settings
Select "U" settings
with turn switch
Not active
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To enter set-up mode, press hot-air key and steaming/preheating key for 2 sec.
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To leave set-up mode, turn switch to the left. Change between set-up and test mode by
pressing combi-steam key.
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The set-up mode is only intended for service engineers who wish to change the set-up
of the computer control of the oven model in question.
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The program display shows a description of the "U" function in question.
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Set-up Mode U
In the set-up function, it is possible to set the oven controller to match the mechanical set-up
and the choice of software.
If the set-up has been changed in U1, U4 or U15, the oven will be reset.
U1 Oven model
The setting should be set to 1( by pressing the step key ).
You press the temperature key to select a PassThrough model (two doors).
1= one door (standard) 2= two doors
When you have selected the oven model, confirm by pressing the alarm key if the control lamp
flashes.
After that, the controller initializes.
NOTE: ALL settings and programs are reset.
U2 Oven size
You choose the oven size by pressing the step key: 0-7.0= 6, 1= 8, 2= 10, 3= 12, 4= 16, 5=
20, 6= 2 x 10, 7= 2 x 14.
The oven size you have chosen is shown in the field next to the temperature key.
U3 CombiWash
You activate or deactivate CombiClean by pressing the step key.
0=OFF, 1=ON.
U4 Temperature scale
You choose between Celsius and Fahrenheit as scale of temperature by pressing the step key.
0= Celsius 1= Fahrenheit.
You can ”even out” the current temperature by pressing the temperature key.
0=OFF, 1=ON
When you have chosen the temperature scale, confirm by pressing the alarm key if the control
lamp flashes.
After that, the controller initialises.
NOTE: ALL settings and programs are reset.
U5 Not in use
U6 Low-temperature steaming
You activate and deactivate low-temperature steaming by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, steaming only possible at 100°C, 1= ON, steaming only possible between 30°C and
120°C.
U7 Preheating at 300°C
You activate and deactivate preheating by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
NOTE: Preheating at temperatures above 250°C is only possible for max. 15 minutes.
U8 Setting water level sensor
When you press the temperature key, the water level value starts flashing and can then be set
between 40 and 80 (default 70).
If the conductivity of the water is low, set the water level higher.
U9 Automatic restart
You activate and deactivate automatic restart by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 1= 10 minutes, 2= 30 minutes, 3= 60 minutes.
This means that if there is a power cut, the program that was interrupted will be reassumed
provided that the power returns within the time set.
U10 Programs
You activate the program mode by pressing the step key.
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0= OFF, 1= 10 programs with 3 process steps.
NOTE: It is still possible to activate the cleaning program even though the program
mode is not active.
0= OFF.
U11 Core temperature probe
You activate and deactivate the core temperature probe by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
U12 Drain cooling
You activate and deactivate drain cooling by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
U13 Timer start
You activate or deactivate timer start by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
U14 Demo
You activate or deactivate the demo mode by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
NOTE: If the demo mode is on (1= ON), the oven will run without heating elements
and steam generator being switched on.
When the oven starts, it will let you know whether the demo mode is on.
U15 Initialising
You reset the controller by pressing the alarm key.
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Test Mode
Main switch
Display shows
setting
For test mode, press
HOT AIR and COMBI
STEAMING for 2 sec.
Display shows
setting
For test mode, press
COMBI STEAMING and
HOT AIR for 2 sec.
Display shows "d"
No.
Possible to change to
"U" setting by pressing
STEAMING/PREHEATING
Display shows a
description of the
"d" function
Not active
Display indicates
whether the
function is active
Not active
Activates each
function briefly
Possible to choose a
"d" function with turn
switch
Not active
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To enter test mode, press hot-air key and combi-steam key for 2 sec.
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To exit test mode, turn switch left. Change between set-up mode and test mode by
pressing steaming/preheating key.
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How to operate the selected component: You turn the component on (1) and off (2) by
pressing the step key. Or, you press the alarm key, and the component is active for as
long as you press the key.
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The set-up mode is only intended for service engineers who wish to test the various
modes/functions.
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Test Mode D0-D6
In the test mode, it is possible to activate all electrical components. This is very useful in
connection with fault detection and the testing and adjusting of replacement parts.
D0 Main contactor(s)
This function activates contactor K1.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key. The function can, however,
only be activated when the fan is on.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
Status for the main alarms appear in the display as follows:
Digit 1 fan
Digit 2 oven
Digit 3 generator
Digit 4 Solid State Relay
If ER28 appears, the alarm sensor circuit board or wiring harness is defective.
D1 Oven heat
This function activates contactor K2.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
Humidity pulsing is possible by pressing the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D2 Steam generator heat
This function activates contactor K3.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key. However, this function can
only be activated when there is water in the steam generator.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D3 Fan, right-hand, high/low
This function activates the frequency exchanger.
You can test the speed of the motor by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 2= ON
By pressing the time key, it is possible to adjust the speed of the motor from 0 to 100%.
The RPM appears in the temperature display.
Note: The main contactor K1 must be active for this function to work, as the
frequency transformer is connected via K1
D4 Fan, left-hand, high/low
This function activates the frequency exchanger.
You can test the speed of the motor by pressing the step key.
0= OFF, 2= ON
By pressing the time key, it is possible to adjust the speed of the motor from 0 to 100%.
The RPM appears in the temperature display.
Note: The main contactor K1 must be active for this function to work, as the
frequency transformer is connected via K1
D6 Solenoid valve
This function activates solenoid valve MV1.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
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Test Mode D7-D15
D7 Filling valve
This function activates solenoid valve MV2.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key. 0= OFF, 1= ON.
D8 Drain pump
This function activates motor M2.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key. 0= OFF, 1= ON.
D9 Drain cooling
This function activates solenoid valve MV3.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key. 0= OFF, 1= ON.
D10 Damper motor
This function activates motor M3.
In the display next to ”Time”, it is possible to read the status of the damper motor switch.
OFF= damper open, ON= damper closed.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key. 0= OFF, 1= ON.
D11 Exhaust
This function activates the outlet for controlling the external ventilation, terminals 4 and 5.
In the display next to ”Time”, it is possible to read which outlet is active.
OFOF= both outlets are off, ONOF= outlet 4 is active and outlet 5 is off.
OFON= outlet 4 is off and outlet 5 is active. ONON= both outlets are active.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
0= OFOF, 1= OFON, 2= ONOF, 3= ONON.
D12 Cooling fan
This function activates motors M7 and M7A.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D13 Buzzer
This function activates buzzer H2.
You activate and deactivate this function at high volume by pressing the step key.
It is possible to pulse at low volume by pressing the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D14 Interior light
This function activates interior light H1.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D15 Oven temperature
Here it is possible to read the current oven temperature, P1.
In the field next to ”Temperature”, the current temperature is shown. If ERR appears, the
sensor circuit is defective.
In the field next to ”Time”, an adjustment value between 80 and 120 (default 100) is shown.
To adjust the temperature, press the time key until the digit in the display flashes. Then adjust
upwards or downwards until the correct temperature is shown. Finally, press the time key
again to save the setting.
The temperature can be adjusted by +- 10
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Test Mode D16-D20
D16 Core temperature
This function is not available on B models.
C and K models can use only one core temperature probe, it is possible, however, to
test core temperature probes 1 and 2.
Here it is possible to read the current temperature of the core temperature sensor, P2 + P2A.
In the field next to ”Temperature”, the current temperature is shown. If ERR appears, the
sensor circuit is defective.
In the field next to ”Time”, an adjustment value between 80 and 120 (default 100) is shown.
To adjust the temperature, press the time key until the digit in the display flashes. Then adjust
upwards or downwards until the correct temperature is shown. Finally, press the time key
again to save the setting.
The temperature can be adjusted by +- 10°C.
You change between the various measuring points of the core temperature probe by pressing
the step key.
1= Core temp.probe 1, point 1, 2= Core temp.probe, point 2, 3= Core temp.probe 1, point 3.
4= Core temp.probe 2, point 1, 5= Core temp.probe, point 2, 6= Core temp.probe 2, point 3.
D17 Steam generator temperature
Here it is possible to read the current steam generator temperature, P3.
In the field next to ”Temperature”, the current temperature is shown. If ERR appears, the
sensor circuit is defective.
In the field next to ”Time”, an adjustment value between 80 and 120 (default 100) is shown.
To adjust the temperature, press the time key until the digit in the display flashes. Then adjust
upwards or downwards until the correct temperature is shown. Finally, press the time key
again to save the setting.
The temperature can be adjusted by +- 10°C.
D18 Drain temperature
Here it is possible to read the current steam generator temperature, P4.
In the field next to ”Temperature”, the current temperature is shown. If ERR appears, the
sensor circuit is defective.
In the field next to ”Time”, an adjustment value between 80 and 120 (default 100) is shown.
To adjust the temperature, press the time key until the digit in the display flashes. Then adjust
upwards or downwards until the correct temperature is shown. Finally, press the time key
again to save the setting.
The temperature can be adjusted by +- 10°C (approx. 0.5°C per step).
D20 Door sensor
Here it is possible to read the status of and calibrate door sensor 1 = SE1 and 2 = SE1A.
You change between door sensor 1 and 2 by pressing the step key (if 2 door sensors have
been selected in U1).
After some time, the text “DOOR SENSOR” changes to show the status of the sensor:
>CLOSED<, >OPEN<, >SENS ERROR<.
You start the calibration by pressing the exhaust key.
How to calibrate:
1. Press exhaust key
2. >CLOSE DOOR< flashes
3. Close the door
4. Press exhaust key
5. >OPEN DOOR< flashes
6. Open door in first step
7. Press exhaust key
8. >CALIB OK< or >CALIB ERR< appears
In the display next to the temperature key, it is possible to read the current value (0 – 120).
In the display next to the time key, it is possible to read the set point.
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Test Functions D21-28
D21 Water level
Here it is possible to read the status of SE2.
In the display next to ”Time”, the conductivity is shown and it is indicated whether the water
level is high or low
XX|LO= low water level, XX|HI= high water level.
XX = conductivity of the water.
Default setting is approx. 80 with no water and 40.60 with water. The better the conductivity,
the lower the measured value.
D22 Thermo-switch oven
Here it is possible to read the status of Q1 and Q1A.
In the display next to ”Time”, it is shown whether the circuit is connected or disconnected.
OF= disconnected ON= connected.
In the event of defects, it is possible to reset thermo-switches Q1 and Q2 that are located at
the bottom of the oven below the operation panel.
Note: Q2 is only found in ovens with 2 fan motors (1.16 and 1.20). Q1 and Q1A are
series connected which is why there is only one input signal.
D23 Thermo-switch fan
Here it is possible to read the status of S2 and S2A
In the display next to ”Time”, it is shown whether the circuit is connected or disconnected.
OF= disconnected ON= connected.
In the event of defects, wait for 10 – 20 minutes, then try again.
Note: Q2 is only found in ovens with 2 fan motors (1.16 and 1.20). S1 and S1A each
have their own input on the IO board hence 2 x status (On On / OF OF / On OF / OF
On).
D24 Damper switch
Here it is possible to read the status of M3.
In the display next to ”Time”, it is possible to read the status of the damper motor switch.
OF= damper open, ON= damper closed.
D27 Pump for detergent
Only possible on ovens with CombiWash
This function activates pump M5.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D28 Pump for rinse aid
Only possible on ovens with CombiWash
This function activates pump M6.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
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Test Mode D29-D47
D29 CombiWash water
Only possible on ovens with CombiWash.
This function activates solenoid valve MV4.
You activate or deactivate the function by pressing the step key.
To pulse, press the alarm key.
0= OFF, 1= ON.
D34 Water pressure sensor
Here it is possible to read the status of P7.
OF|HI= water pressure adequate, ON|LO= water pressure inadequate.
D36 Steam generator thermo-switch
Here it is possible to read the status of Q3
In the display next to ”Time”, it is shown whether the circuit is connected or disconnected.
OF= disconnected ON= connected.
In the event of defects in the oven, it is possible to reset thermo-switch Q3 which is located at
the bottom of the oven below the operation panel.
D37 Motor RPM 1
Here it is possible to read the number of revolutions for fan motor 1.
The number of revolutions is shown in the display next to the temperature key.
D38 Motor RPM 2
Available on 1.16 and 1.20 models only.
Here it is possible to read the number of revolutions for fan motor 2.
The number of revolutions is shown in the display next to the temperature key.
D46 Temperature CPU board
Here it is possible to read the temperature of the CPU board.
In the display next to ”Temperature”, the temperature of the CPU board is shown. Max 60°C.
D47 Temperature IO board
Here it is possible to read the temperatures of the IO board.
In the display next to ”Temperature”, the temperature of the IO board is shown. Max 60°C.
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User Menu
Main switch
Display shows
setting
Not active
Display shows
setting
Not active
Display shows "b"
No.
Not active
Display shows
description of "b"
function
Not active
Display shows
setting
Not active
Press key for 5 sec.
to access user
menu
Turn switch
Start/Stop
To enter user menu, press alarm key for 5 sec.
To exit user menu, turn the switch to the left.
The user menu can be operated by the end-customer as well as by the service engineer.
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User Menu B1-B7
B1 Save presettings
In this function, you save the preset time and temperature.
If, for instance, the end user uses HOT AIR at 180°C for 30 minutes, the standard setting can
be changed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Change time and temperature.
Enter user menu (keep pressing alarm key for 5 sec.)
Select B1 (save presettings).
Press alarm key to accept.
You can only save the settings when the control lamp next to the alarm key flashes.
B2 Timer start
(Please see user manual)
B3 Sound level low
In this function, you adjust the sound that is heard when a key is activated. The sound level
can be adjusted from 0 to 9 (0 is no sound at all).
You adjust the sound level by pressing the step key.
B4 Sound level high
In this function, you adjust the sound that comes from the alarm. The sound level can be
adjusted from 1 to 9 (1 is very low).
You adjust the sound by pressing the step key.
B5 Sound frequency
In this function, you adjust the sound frequency.
The sound frequency can be adjusted from 1 to 9.
You adjust the sound by pressing the step key.
You test the sound by pressing the alarm key.
B6 Interior light
In this function, you adjust the interior light.
The light can be set at 0 or 5.
0= Light is always on.
5= Light goes out when the oven has been idle for 5 minutes.
You adjust the interior light by pressing the step key.
B7 Current temperature
In this function, you choose whether the oven should display the current temperature or the
preset temperature.
You choose between 0 and 1
0= The preset temperature is shown.
1= The current temperature is shown.
You change the setting with the step key.
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User Menu B8-B13
B8 Exhaust
In this function, you choose whether the oven should start up the extraction hood.
0= Extraction hood not controlled by oven
1= Extraction hood runs for 10 minutes after oven has stopped.
This applies to an extraction hood mounted on the oven as well as for an external extraction
hood.
B9 Time graphics
In this function, you determine whether the oven should be able to show graphically how long
time has passed of a cooking sequence.
You choose between 0 and 1.
0= No graphics
1= Graphics, for instance ”llllll------”, appear
You change the setting with the step key.
B10 Minutes
In this function, you set the minutes of the oven’s clock.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes).
2. Turn the switch to the desired setting of minutes.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing)
You can set the minutes from 0 to 59.
The oven’s clock may appear as screen saver.
B11 Hours
In this function, you set the hours of the oven’s clock.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes)
2. Turn the switch to the desired setting of hours.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing)
You can set the hours from 0 to 23.
The oven’s clock may appear as screen saver.
B12 Day/weekday
In this function, you set the day of the month and of the week.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes)
2. Turn the switch to the desired day of the month (1-31).
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing)
4. Press the key next to the time display (digit flashes)
5. Turn the switch to the desired day of the week (1-7).
6. Press the key next the time display (digit stops flashing)
You select automatic updating to summer time.
0= No automatic updating to summer time.
1= Automatic updating to summer time.
If you choose not to have the oven update to summer time automatically, you cannot set the
weekday.
Automatic updating to summer time only functions correctly in Western Europe.
B13 Month
In this function, you set the month.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes).
2. Turn the switch to the desired month.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing).
You can set the month from 1 to 12.
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User Menu B14-B21
B14 year
In this function, you set the year.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes).
2. Turn the switch to the desired setting.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing).
You set the year from 6 to 20.
B15 CombiWash
In this function, you activate or deactivate CombiWash.
0= Manual cleaning
1= CombiWash
Press step key to change setting.
B16 Pulsing interval, reheating
In this function, you set the pulsing time in the reheating mode.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes).
2. Turn the switch to the desired time.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing)
You set the time from 5 – 50 sec.
B17 Pulsing interval, Combi Steam 1
In this function, you set the pulsing time for Combi Steam 1.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes).
2. Turn the switch to the desired time.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing)
You set the time from 2 to 50 sec.
B18 Pulsing interval, Combi Steam 2
In this function, you adjust the pulsing time for Combi Steam 2.
1. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit flashes).
2. Turn the switch to the desired time.
3. Press the key next to the temperature display (digit stops flashing)
You set the time from 1 sec. to the number of seconds specified to be the pulsing time for
Combi Steam 1.
B19 Save all (Backup)
In this function, you save set-up and programs to the IO board for subsequent restoration.
This can be used as backup when set-up and programs are correct.
Press alarm key to save.
B20 Restore all
In this function, you restore set-up and programs you have saved earlier.
B21 Restore original
In this function, you restore the original programs from 0 to 4.
1. Press step key to select program.
2. Press alarm key when program has been found.
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User Menu B22-B24
B22 Screen saver
In this function, you set the time that should pass until the clock appears in the display. Press
step key to select time.
0= no screen saver
1= 10 sec.
2= 30 sec.
3= 60 sec.
4= 180 sec.
5= 600 sec.
The screen saver appears when the oven has been idle for a particular period of time.
B23 Language
In this function, you change the language of the computer.
Press step key and select 1 to 9. There are two language variants: A – B (see below).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
DANISH
ENGLISH
SWEDISH
FINNISH
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
ITALIAN
DUTCH
B
ENGLISH
CROATIAN
SLOVENE
ESTONIAN
HUNGARIAN
RUSSIAN
CZECH
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To change the language, you need to update again (see B24).
B24 Software update
In this function, you update the computer software by means of a special memory key (not a
USB key).
1. Insert memory key.
2. Press alarm key to view software version and language variants.
3. Press step key to select language variant.
4. Press alarm key again to start updating process.
The software version of the oven in question is also shown in the start-up sequence when the
oven is switched on.
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Error codes
Main switch
Display shows error
"Er" No
Display shows
description of error
Turn switch
Start/Stop
All keys can be used to acknowledge an error message.
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Error codes
Error code 3:
GENRA HOT
Error code 4:
OVEN HOT
Error code 5:
FAN HOT
Error code 6:
DRAIN > 75
Error code 7:
OVEN SENS
Error code 8:
PROBE SENS
Error code 9:
GENER SENS
Error code 10:
DRAIN SENS
Error code 11:
WATER SHOR
Error code 12:
SSR HOT
Error code 13:
GENER > 130
Error
Error
Error
Error
Error
FAN SPEED
CPU HOT
IO BRD HOT
DATA ERROR
WRONG LANG
code
code
code
code
code
14:
15:
16:
18:
19:
Error code 20:
NO COM IO
Error code 22:
Error code 23:
NO RESTART
OVEN WARM
Error code 24:
DRAIN ERR
Error code 25:
PROBE ERR
Error
Error
Error
Error
Error
Error
Error
ALARM ERR
DOOR SENS
WATER PRES
IO BRD HOT
WRONG SW
DAMPER ERR
24 V ERROR
code
code
code
code
code
code
code
28:
29:
34:
40:
43:
44:
45:
Generator too hot (Generator thermoswitch has tripped. Reconnect
by pressing button under oven.)
Oven too hot (Oven chamber thermoswitch has tripped. Reconnect
by pressing button under oven.)
Fan too hot (Thermoswitch in motor has tripped. Wait for 10
minutes and try again.
Drain too hot (Drain temperature has been above 75°C for more
than 5 min. Check that jet in drain is working.)
Oven sensor defective (Temperature sensor in oven chamber not
working properly.)
Core temp. probe not connected (A program using core temp.
probe has been selected but probe has not been connected.)
Generator sensor defective (Temperature sensor in generator not
working.)
Drain sensor defective (Sensor in drain not working. Oven can still
be used.)
Water shortage (Steam generator was not filled within two minutes.
Check that the water has been turned on.)
SSR too hot (Solid-state relay too hot.)
Generator too hot (Temperature in steam generator higher than
130°C. If fault recurs, descale generator)
Fan running too slow
CPU board too hot (> 60°C)
IO board too hot (> 60°C)
Error in set-up data
Wrong language
Internal defect (Failure in communication between computer and IO
board.)
Restart not possible (Oven has been without power too long.)
Oven too hot at CombiWash start-up
Draining failure (Drain blocked or failure of drain pump. Water level
in generator still high after 10 seconds of draining.)
Core temperature probe defective (1, 2 or 3 of the elements in
the core temperature probe defective.)
Configuration error in main alarms (3, 4, 5, 12) (warning)
Wrong door sensor signal (warning)
Water pressure too low (Check that water is turned on.)
Temperature in IO board critical (Warning after program run.)
Wrong software version (Visual Cooking I oven)
Failure during initialisation of exhaust at oven start-up
24 V missing or failure of main contactor output
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Appendix No 1
WHIRLPOOL INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
FOR VISUAL COOKING OVENS
To be filled out at each installation of a WHIRLPOOL oven.
In order for the oven to qualify for warranty, this check list must be filled out
by the service engineer installing the oven and returned to WHIRLPOOL within
30 days of the date of installation.
Serial no.:_________________________________
Installed by:____________________________________________________
Date of installation:________________/_____/__________
The installation was carried out
not carried out
on the basis of
the requirements specified in the service and installation manual, please tick.
If the measurements do not correspond with the values stated in the service
and installation manual, your WHIRLPOOL distributor should be notified.
We confirm that the installation has been carried out on the basis of the
attached check list and in compliance with the rules/requirements applying in
the country/area in question.
When the oven was handed over, it was free from any kind of defect.
--------------------------------------Signature / date – service engineer
-------------------------------------Signature / date - customer
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Access to the oven:
Recommended distance for service and for installation near other heatgenerating appliances (all oven sizes).
All ovens
Left side minimum
Rear side minimum
50 mm (2”)
50 mm (2”)
Right side minimum
400 mm (15”)
Distance measured in mm
Drain connection:
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Heat-resistant drain tube connected.
Fall of at least 3º or 5%.
CombiPlus fitted with open drain for both ovens.
The drain must never end directly under the oven.
Voltage and water supply:
(Please insert the measured value)
Voltage measured at:
Water pressure measured at: (min. 2 bar/28,5 psi max. 6 bar/88
psi).
Does the voltage on site comply with the voltage stated on the
approval plate?
Dirt filter fitted.
Function test:
All electrical connections are tight.
All water connections are tight and have been fastened.
All functions are operable.
All equipment is operable.
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Appendix No 2
WHIRLPOOL INSTRUCTION CHECKLIST
FOR VISUAL COOKING OVENS
To be filled out for each installation of a WHIRLPOOL oven.
In order for the oven to be qualified for warranty, this check list must be filled
out and returned to WHIRLPOOL within 30 days of the date of instruction.
Customer:_______________________________________________
Address:________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
Tel.:_____________________________________
Fax:_____________________________________
E-mail address:____________________________
Serial no.:_________________________________
Instruction carried out by:__________________________________________
Date of instruction:_________________/_____/__________
(Please tick the appropriate box)
Yes
No
The customer has been instructed in the manual use and
programming of the oven.
The customer has been instructed in the daily cleaning of the oven.
The customer has been instructed in the maintenance of the oven.
When the oven was handed over, it was free from any kind of defect. The
handling, maintenance and cleaning of the oven have been explained to the
customer.
--------------------------------------Signature / date – Sales person
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