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OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
COMPACT
SERIES
643
3 TRAY OVEN
FILE 52
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To conserve heat do not keep door open longer than needed.
ATTENTION
IF OVEN FAILS TO HEAT UP, WHEN FIRST CONNECTED TO A
POWER SUPPLY OR DURING USE AT ANYTIME,
PRESS RESET BUTTON
LOCATED THROUGH THE REAR BACK PANEL.
(DO NOT REMOVE BACK PANEL)
Failure to adhere to the cleaning and maintenance
instructions detailed in this booklet could affect the
warranty of this machine.
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CONTENTS
PART 1.0
Introduction
PART 2.0
Dimensions
PART 3.0
Specifications
PART 4.0
Safety
PART 5.0
Installation
PART 6.0
Isolation
PART 7.0
Cleaning Instructions
PART 8.0
Operating Conditions
PART 9.0
Operation Instructions
PART 10.0
Maintenance
PART 11.0
Steam System Maintenance
PART 12.0
Bulb Replacement
PART 13.0
Spares Information
PART 14.0
Electrical Information
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
The MONO 643 COMPACT oven
is a compact, electric oven with a capacity for three 60cm x 40cm baking trays.
The oven is robustly made of stainless steel with a bake chamber shaped to
allow the unit to be easily cleaned.
It has very high levels of insulation for safety and to help save energy.
A great deal of attention has been given to keeping the front areas cool.
It is has an exceptionally easy to operate control panel that will save up to nine
programs.
MONO COMPACT is designed to be stackable, without the requirement for a
separate support and will grow with your business without occupying a large area
of your valuable retailing space.
2.0 DIMENSIONS
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
450mm
800mm
PLAN VIEW
800mm
FRONT
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2.1 OUTER DIMENSIONS
Height:
450mm.
Depth, door closed:
Depth, door open:
800mm.
1065.
Width:
800mm.
Operational clearance:
50mm (2") clearance is required at the back and sides of the oven and 250mm (10”) above
to allow adequate circulation of air.
3.0 SPECIFICATIONS
Total Power:
2.7 kW.
Electric Supply:
Single-phase 50Hz fused at 13A.
Supply Cable:
2 metres of cable supplied.
Water connection
¾” B.S.P. and should be at a pressure of 2 bar to 4 bar.
(normal domestic water supply is usually within these limits).
Maximum bake temperature
Maximum bake time
Maximum steam time
250 degrees C
99 Minutes
20 seconds
Maximum number of programs
9
Noise Level:
Less than 85dB.
WEIGHT
55KG
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4.0 SAFETY
In the interest of safety and efficient operation of this oven, it is essential that this
manual should be made available to the operator before work is commenced.
The following points should be closely observed and rigorously pursued at all times.
To safely use this convection oven, read this owner manual completely and follow
the warnings below, as well as all other warnings in this manual.
•
The oven is designed for the baking of bread, confectionery and savory products.
Do not use it for baking other items without first consulting the supplier.
•
All repairs and maintenance of electrical units must only be carried out by an
authorized service technician.
•
Electrical access panels must not be opened except by an authorized service
technician and the oven power cord must be unplugged.
•
While the oven is in operation, and for some time after use, DO NOT TOUCH the
oven window and surrounding area as these surfaces may be hot.
•
The oven must be operated as described in this manual.
•
Authorized service technicians should only use original manufacturer spare parts on
the oven.
•
The construction of the oven must not be changed or altered.
•
This appliance must be disconnected from the power supply before moving or
cleaning/servicing.
• Check for frayed or bare cables.
The machine must not be used if frayed or bare cables are visible.
• Oven gloves should be worn when moving products in or out of the oven.
• Unless trays/containers for the purpose of holding the oven products are supplied
with the oven by the manufacturer, it is the responsibility of the customer to ensure
that the nature and surface conditions of materials likely to come into contact with
food shall be such that they cannot contaminate or spoil the food.
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5.0 INSTALLATION
• CAUTION Because of the weight, lifting the oven should not be attempted by one person.
•
Ensure that the oven base is level or a level working height surface capable of
supporting at least 100kg is used
•
The COMPACT oven should be connected to a local means of isolation.
•
Operational clearance of 50mm (2") is required at back and sides of oven and
250mm (10") top clearance to allow circulation of air.
•
In the interests of hygiene, before using the oven for the first time, we strongly
recommend that you wipe the inside of your oven and all accessories
thoroughly with a clean cloth soaked in warm soapy water. Although the
utmost care is taken during assembly and pre-delivery inspection, there is
always a possibility of residue contaminating your first bake if this is not done.
DISPOSAL
Care should be taken when the machine comes to the end of its working life. all parts
should be disposed of in the appropriate place, either by recycling or other means of
disposal that complies with local regulations.
(in UK, “environmental protection act 1990” applies)
6.0 ISOLATION
To stop the oven in an emergency,
unplug or switch off at the wall isolator.
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7.0 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE:
BEFORE CLEANING, ISOLATE OVEN FROM MAINS SUPPLY AND ALLOW TO COOL.
IMPORTANT
NEVER SPRAY THE OVEN WITH A HOSE OR HIGH PRESSURE WASHING DEVICE.
TO AVOID ELECTROCUTION OR OVEN DAMAGE –NEVER ALLOW WATER, STEAM,
CLEANING SOLUTION, OR OTHER LIQUIDS TO ENTER THE ELECTRICAL PANELS OR
CONNECTIONS.
• The equipment is to be cleaned daily using a solution of mild detergent and hot water.
•
Remove the tray racks by unscrewing the fixing knob at the front and lifting the rack up
slightly to disengage the back locator. Withdraw the racks and wipe over.
TRAY RACK REMOVAL
•
Sweep any debris left in the chamber (after it has been allowed to cool) onto trays
and remove. Wipe out the chamber with a damp cloth that has been soaked in a
solution of mild detergent and hot water. Be careful not to damage the probe on the
left hand side at the back.
•
With the door open, release the glass retaining clips (one each side). Lift the inner
glass and clean both exposed surfaces. Lower the inner glass gently and ensure the
clips are engaged both sides.
UNCLIP GLASS AND LIFT
•
Brush down and wipe outer oven front, back and sides.
•
Wipe clean outer oven front, back and sides with a damp cloth that has been soaked
in a solution of mild detergent and hot water (do not soak the lower control panel
area with water).
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8.0 OPERATING CONDITIONS
• CAUTION
Because of the weight, lifting the oven should not be attempted by one person. Ensure
that the oven base is level or a level working height surface capable of supporting at
least 80kg is used
• For the most efficient operation, the oven should be used in ambient temperatures
not exceeding 40oC (115oF). The life of components will be reduced and your
warranty will be affected if run above 40oC.
• The ventilation of steam from the oven should be sufficient to ensure water does not
condense on or around the oven. Any water ingress could affect your warranty.
• It is the customers' sole responsibility to arrange for adequate ventilation and
operational clearance at the back and sides of the oven to allow circulation of air.
Refer to Outer dimensions 2.1.
Any component malfunctioning during the guarantee period that is found to have been
subjected to excessive humidity or ambient working temperatures above 40oC (115oF)
will not be covered by the component manufactures guarantee, or MONO’s product
warranty.
.
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9.O
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONTROL PANEL
1
1.
2
3
4
PROGRAM
DISPLAY
WINDOW
6
MAIN DISPLAY
5
7
8
Start bake button
5.
Set bake steam time button
Stop bake button
6.
Down button for settings
3.
Set bake temperature button
7.
Up button for settings
4.
Set bake time button
8.
Program button
2.
To turn oven right off, hold down until a beep is heard.
TO BAKE USING PRESET PROGRAMS
1.
Connect power to the oven.
Panel will show “OFF” in the main display window.
2.
Press start 1 button
Temperature will flash in main display.
3.
Press up 6 or down 7 buttons to get the program number required.
Temperature will flash in main display until the temperature required by the program
is reached.
4.
When display stops flashing, load the oven and press start. 1
This starts the timer countdown and activates the steam.
IF THE BARS ON THE MAIN
DISPLAY MOVE UPWARDS THE
OVEN IS HEATING, IF THEY
MOVE DOWNWARDS THE
OVEN IS COOLING.
HEATING
7.
BARS WILL ROTATE IN THE PROGRAM DISPLAY
WINDOW WHEN A BAKE PROGRAM IS RUNNING
COOLING
At the end of the bake a beep will be heard. Press stop 2 to stop.
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TO SET A BAKE PROGRAM (or MANUAL BAKE)
NOTE
If the new settings are to be saved, select the program number to be saved before
changing the values then proceed as follows.
If the new settings are for one bake only (manual bake), proceed as follows:
1.
Press temperature button 3
The set value will show in the main display window and the red dot above the button
will illuminate.
2.
Press up 6 or down 7 to change the temperature value.
3.
Press temperature button 3 again to set the value. (or wait a few seconds and the
red dot will go out).
4.
Do the same procedure to set time 4 and steam 5 .
5.
If saving the values to a program number, press Program 8 button for six seconds
until a beep is heard. The values chosen are now set to the program number (this
will remove any values that were saved to the program number before).
NOTE
If new settings are not saved, the old settings of the program number showing on the
screen will be used the next time the program is chosen.
6.
Load oven and press start. 1
7.
At the end of the bake a beep will be heard. Press stop 2 to stop.
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TO SET PARAMETERS
1.
With the oven in standby (OFF showing in display), press stop 2 and program 8
together and hold for about six seconds until a beep is heard.
“1” will show in the program display window.
2.
This is the fan forward/reverse time.
The time the fan goes in each direction before changing.
Maximum of 180 seconds.
Press up 6 to increase or 7 to decrease the time required.
3.
Press start 1 and “2” will show in program display window.
This allows the settings to be in degrees C or F
Press up 6 or 7 to change.
4.
Press start 1 and “3” will show in program display window.
This is the “standby delay time setting.
00 = disabled. Setting can be up to 90 minutes (maximum) in 10 minute increments.
5.
Press start 1 and “4” will show in program display window.
This shows the latest firmware revision.
6.
Press stop 2 to exit setup and save the parameters.
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10.0
MAINTENANCE
•
Check for frayed or bare cables.
The machine must not be used if frayed or bare cables are visible.
•
Follow cleaning instructions meticulously.
•
There is no special maintenance required.
EM INT
11.0
STEAM SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
If it is noticed that the steaming operation has deteriorated, perhaps due to hard water
scaling, please contact your oven supplier.
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12.0
BULB REPLACEMENT
REPLACEMENT BULB = B857-94-007
In the event of a bulb failure, Instructions on how to change a bulb are as follows: 1.
Ensure oven is isolated from mains supply and allow cooling.
2.
Remove the left hand tray rack by unscrewing the fixing knob at the front and lifting
the rack up slightly to disengage the back locator. (See illustration, section 7.0).
3.
Remove the four fixing screws and take glass, frame and gasket off lamp unit.
SCREWS
4.
Remove the bulb by pulling in the direction of the arrow shown below and replace
with a new bulb.
DO NOT TOUCH NEW BULBS WITH BARE HANDS.
USE A CLOTH OR GLOVES TO STOP ANY MARKS THAT WILL
CAUSE HOT SPOTS AND PREMATURE BULB FAILURE.
BULB
GLASS
Pt No.B721-67-010
5.
6.
FRAME
Pt No.B721-67-009
GASKET
Pt No.B721-67-008
Refit glass front, taking care that the gasket is in position around stainless steel frame.
Re-connect oven to the power supply and test.
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13.0
Spares Information
Spares Tel. +44(0)1792 564039
email:spares@monoequip.com
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REAR MAIN ELECTRICAL PANEL PARTS
RELEASE THE FIXING SCREWS EACH SIDE TO
ALLOW EASY ACCESS TO PARTS AS SHOWN
8. FAN UNIT
9. HEATING ELEMENT
1. POWER SUPPLY
2. HEATER RELAY
3. FAN FORWARD RELAY
3.FAN REVERSE RELAY
4. LIGHT RELAY
TERMINAL BLOCKS
MOTOR CAPACITOR (SUPPLIED WTH MOTOR)
5. OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
6. WATER SOLENIOD
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR PART NUMBERS
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ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
1. POWER SUPPLY
B801-93-005
2. HEATER RELAY
B723-37-001
3. FAN FORWARD RELAY
B723-37-021
3. FAN REVERSE RELAY
B723-37-021
4. LIGHT RELAY
B723-37-021
5. OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT
B888-30-014
6. WATER SOLENIOD
158-17-00400
OVEN CONTROLLER PCB
B705-97-025
8. FAN UNIT
B720-74-004
9. HEATING ELEMENT 230V
B854-04-119
10. CONTROL FUSE
B842-85-039
11. CONTROLLER FUSE
B842-85-013
12. LIGHT FUSE
B842-85-042
TERMINAL BLOCKS - BLUE
B852-50-012
TERMINAL BLOCKS - BEIGE
B852-50-013
TERMINAL BLOCKS - FUSED
B852-39-004
TERMINAL BLOCKS - EARTH
B852-86-005
LAMP UNIT 230V 20W HAL
B721-67-011
DOOR SWITCH ASSEMBLY
148-25-00500
THERMOCOUPLE
B873-95-002
13 AMP PLUG
B835-25-002
LIGHT BULB - HALOGEN
B857-94-007
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NON-ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
TRAY RUNNER FRAME RH
148-01-02301
TRAY RUNNER FRAME LH
148-01-02300
DOOR INNER GLASS ASSEMBLY
148-03-00900
DOOR SEAL
148-03-03400
DOOR HINGE
A900-27-219
DOOR FRONT FABRICATION
148-03-00600
(OTHER PARTS NEEDED FOR COMPLETE DOOR. PLEASE RING FOR DETAILS)
Spares Tel. +44(0)1792 564039
email:spares@monoequip.com
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14.0
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
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Queensway
Swansea West Industrial Estate
Swansea.
SA5 4EB
UK
Tel. +44(0)1792 561234
Fax. 01792 561016
Web site:www.monoequip.com
Spares Tel. +44(0)1792 564039
email:spares@monoequip.com
DISPOSAL
CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN THE MACHINE COMES TO THE END OF ITS WORKING LIFE. ALL PARTS SHOULD
BE DISPOSED OF IN THE APPROPRIATE PLACE, EITHER BY RECYCLING OR OTHER MEANS OF DISPOSAL THAT
COMPLIES WITH LOCAL REGULATIONS.
(IN UK, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 1990 APPLIES)
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