0878_GB_99
Instructions for installation,
use e maintenance
ELECTRIC OVEN
GSP01
941-000-00
01/2012
CHARACTERISTICS
Supplied by:
Date:
Customer Service:
FAX
e-mail
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INDEX
1
Diagram
4
2
Features of the appliances
5
3
Technical data
5
4 Installation instructions
4.1 Safety rules
4.2 Structure, framework and safety
4.3 Assembly
4.3.1 Installation premises
4.3.2 Statutory regulations and technical requirements
4.3.3 Installation
4.3.4 Positioning
4.3.5 Electrical connection and equipotential bonding
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
5 Operation preparation
5.1 Preparation and Start-up
5.1.1 Start-up
5.2 Maintenance
7
7
7
7
6 Instructions for use
6.1 Safety, cleaning and repair rules
6.2 Start-up and shutting down
6.2.1 Setting the temperature
6.2.2 Setting and using the timer
6.2.3 Interior light
6.3 Appliance care and frequency of maintenance
6.3.1 Precautions in the event of a malfunction
6.3.2 Precautions if not using for long periods
6.4 Cleaning and taking care of the machine
6.4.1 WEEE Directive
8
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Reserved for technical support
Parameters configuration
Lack of voltage
Signals and alarms
Replacement of spare parts
11
11
11
12
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1 - DIAGRAM
P
607.5
551
600
551
50
31
538
75/105
75/105
en
Op
60
31
52
444
Data plate
37
94
469
444
547.5
52
60
50
Equipotential
31
538
31
600
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2 - CHARACTERISTICS OF THE APPLIANCES
CAT/KAT
These appliances are used for professional purposes.
Installation, repair and use must be carried out by expert personnel.
The data plate is placed near the power cable input and provides all
the information necessary for electrical connection.
Beware of inexpert handling.
GAS/GAZ
G30
G20
G25
II2H3B/P
P mbar
30
30
20
-
SE
FI
DK
II2H3+
P mbar
30
37
G31
20
-
IT
CH
PT
II2H3+
P mbar
28
37
20
-
ES
IE
GB
II2L3B/P
P mbar
30
30
-
25
NL
II2ELL3B/P
P mbar
50
50
20
20
DE
II2E+3+
P mbar
28
37
20
25
FR
BE
MOD.
II2H3B/P
P mbar
50
50
20
-
AT
CH
ART.
I2E
P mbar
-
-
20
-
LU
II2H3B/P
P mbar
30
30
-
-
EE
LV
LT
N.
II2H3+
P mbar
28
37
20
-
EE
LV
LT
Qn kW
MOD.
I3B/P
P mbar
30
30
-
-
NO
MT
CY
I3+
P mbar
28
37
-
-
CY
TIPO/TYPE
N.
m3/h
CZ
SK
SI
GR
IS
HU
Predisposto a gas: - Gas preset: - Prevu pour gaz:
Eingestelt für Gas: - Preparado para gas: - Geschuckt voor:
V AC
kW
Hz
MADE IN ITALY
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE CONNECTED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS IN FORCE
AND INSTALLED IN A WELL-VENTILATED ROOM. READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUALS
BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE APPLIANCE.
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
3 - TECHNICAL DATA
Model
Dimensions in mm. (WxDxH)
GSP01
650x620x626/656
Voltage rating / Absorption
230 V / 12,72 A
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Power
2,926 kW
Lead wire section
3 x 2.5 mm2
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4.1 Safety rules
4.2 Structure, equipment and safety devices
of the unit
• Carefully read the safety instructions in this booklet, as they will
give you important information about how to install, maintain,
and use the appliance safely.
• Keep this booklet in a safe place.
• These appliances are intended for professional use in a restaurant
environment, and must therefore be used only by trained staff.
• When in operation, the appliance should not be left unsupervised.
• The appliance must be used exclusively for the specific purpose
for which it is intended. Use for any other purpose may be dangerous.
• Be especially careful when the appliance is in use the external
surfaces can also become very hot!
• Disconnect the appliance if there is a fault or malfunction.
• For power cord maintenance, repairs or replacement, please contact a service centre with qualified personnel.
• All the important information required for technical support can
be found on the technical data plate beside the power cable
input.
• If you need to call for technical assistance, give them a detailed
description of the fault, to help them quickly understand the
type of fault and its cause.
• We advise you to wear protective gloves during any maintenance
and repair work.
Load-bearing structure of stainless steel with 4 feet adjustable in
height.
Digital controls.
Heating is provided by two shielded resistors equipped with a
motor-fan.
Temperature is controlled electronically. Goes ahead from room
temperature to 450°C.
Safety thermostat to protect against failure of the temperature control sensors.
Recirculating fan.
A red led in every display indicates that unit is under tension.
Cooking chamber light.
4.3 Assembly
4.3.1 Installation premises
The environment where the appliance is installed must be well ventilated.
We recommend placing the appliance under an extractor hood, to
allow cooking vapours to be drawn off quickly and continuously.
Caution! The isolator must be placed near the appliance, in a position easily accessible by the user.
4.3.2 Statutory regulations and technical requirements
The following requirements are to be observed, especially during
the installation work:
• current legal regulations applicable;
• health & safety standards applicable to cooking environments;
• fire prevention instructions;
• current accident prevention regulations;
• IEE recommendations regarding electrical safety;
• requirements of the electricity provider;
• any other local requirements.
Fig. 1
min 30 cm
min 30 cm
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4.3.3 Installation
illustrated in fig. 1.
Caution! Only qualified staff are authorized to install, maintain and
put the appliance into service.
Caution! Before beginning any electrical connection work, check
that the appliance can support the technical characteristics of the
power supply, by comparing them with the specifications on the
technical data plate.
Caution! Before starting any work fit the steam breathing guard
(pos. P see “Diagram”) using the screw provided.
4.3.4 Positioning
After removing all the packaging materials, check the appliance for
damage. If there are any signs of damage, do not connect the
appliance, but contact the sales outlet immediately.
Remove the protective PVC film from the panels.
Place the oven on a surface able to support the weight, with the left
side at least 30 cm from the wall or from other appliances. In general, we recommend leaving a gap of at least 10 cm around all the
other sides for cooling, steam evacuation and for
maintenance/repair work by technical support. If the appliance is
placed near walls/partitions made of inflammable material (excluding the left side, which should not be less than 30 cm from walls),
we recommend applying a suitable heat-insulating material to the
wall/partition surface.
Caution! To avoid appliance overheating that could jeopardise
safety and normal operations, if several ovens are installed next to
each other or near a wall, observe the abovementioned distances
4.3.5 Electrical connection and equipotential bonding
Caution! The appliance is designed for connection to a voltage supply with the characteristics shown on the technical
data plate.
As already indicated, an isolator that connects all poles must be fitted between the appliance and the mains power supply, and differential protection sufficient for the nominal power specifications of
the appliance (1mA per kW of power).
Check that the earthing system is working effectively.
The appliance must also be included in an equipotential bonding
system.
Connection is through the terminal (marked with the international
symbol) provided on the back of the oven, using a cable of nominal
section less than 4 mm2. This connection is applied between all
installed appliances and the short-circuit stable earthing system.
5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION
5.2 Maintenance
5.1 Preparation and Start-up
Once the connection work is complete, it is necessary to ensure that
the appliance has been installed according to current standards and
functions according to the instructions.
In particular, check that:
• all the protective film has been removed from external surfaces;
• electrical connections have been made in accordance with the
instructions in this booklet;
• all the current safety requirements, regulations, legislation and
directives have been complied with;
• electrical connection complies with requirements;
• the cable and installed appliance are not subjected to strain, and
are not in contact with hot surfaces.
Caution! All maintenance work must be carried out
exclusively by qualified service personnel!
Caution! Before doing any repair or maintenance work,
unplug the appliance.
• To maintain the efficiency of the appliance, maintenance should
be performed once per year, including a check on the condition
of all parts subject to wear, electrical components, etc. and cleaning the control panel cooling vents and bottom of the machine.
• It is advisable to replace worn parts during maintenance, to avoid
the need for more calls to technical support and unexpected failures of the appliance.
• We therefore recommend a maintenance contract with the customer.
5.1.1 Start-up
Follow the user instructions to put the appliance into service.
Check that the voltage supply to the appliance does not deviate by
more than +/- 10% of nominal value when in use.
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6.1 Safety, cleaning and repair rulese
automatically, this guarantees a long life to all the internal components and avoid the block of the safety thermostat
The three turned on led (2 green and 1 orange) on the display 13
indicates the fans in function.
• This booklet contains all information necessary for using
your appliances correctly and safely.
• Keep this booklet in a safe place for future reference.
6.2.1 Setting the temperature
Attention! Heating/cooking without cylinders cannot exceed
300°C.
Switch on the oven (see chapter 6.2 “Start-up and shutting down”).
To start heating press button 2.
Two different temperatures can be set: one of the upper zone and
one for the lower zone, from 0°C (heating element off) up to 450°C.
Operating on buttons 6 (increasing) and 7 (decreasing)the temperature of the upper zone is set, and it is visualized on display 12. With
buttons 3 (increasing) and 4 (decreasing) the temperature of the
lower zone is set and can be visualized on display 11. During the
modification of the display value it remains turn on and the icon °C
or °F continues to flash.
Once reached the temperature set the led remains on.
To interrupt operation see chapter 6.2 “Start-up and shutting
down”.
• This appliance is designed for collective use, and must therefore be used only by sufficiently qualified and trained staff.
• It is essential for the appliance to be supervised while in use.
• Certain functional faults can be due to user error, and it is
therefore very important that staff should be correctly trained.
• Keep to the maintenance intervals recommended with the
appointed technical support company.
• In the event of a malfunction in the appliance, disconnect
all power supplies and call technical support.
• If a fault occurs repeatedly, technical support must be called.
• Before switching on and using the appliance for the first
time, it is essential to carefully clean the oven interior and any
accessories that come into contact with food.
WARNING
Caution! The manufacturer cannot accept liability for any
injury or damage to property resulting from failure to observe
the safety regulations, or from inappropriate use of the
appliance by the operator.
6.2.2 Setting and using the timer
Switch on the oven (see chapter 6.2 “Start-up and shutting down”).
The time is visualized on display 13 at four figures.
The four figures are the seconds, the reach a maximum of 1999
seconds (33 minutes).
Operating on buttons 9 (increasing) and 10 (decreasing) the cooking
time is set. The value set increase or decrease of a unity at every
pressure.
To start the time press button 8. Once pressed the button the
countdown starts.
During the countdown it’s possible to stop (pause) the time by
pressing button 8. Display 13 flashes to inform about the pause status. If the timer is stopped and afterwards restarted, the time starts
again from the time you had at the moment of the interruption.
To reset the countdown press on button 8 for three seconds.
Display 13 will visualized a flashing 0 and an acoustic signal will be
activated. To stop the acoustic signal press on any buttons, the
display will visualized the last time set.
The same result will be obtained if the countdown reaches zero.
Any actions will be made on the temperature control, in fact the
operator will have to take out the food from the oven in order to
avoid its deterioration.
6.2 Start-up and shutting down
Operate the main switch upstream of the appliance.
When the board is OFF the three red led are on display 11,12 and
13.
Push the button 1 to switch the unit on or off. The appliance is now
ready for you to set the temperatures and the timer (see the paragraph 6.2.1 “Setting the temperature” and 6.2.2 “Setting and using
the timer”)
At every ignition the previous settings temperature and timer
remain memorized.
Attention! When the oven is operating, in addition to the 2 fans
that heat the cooking chamber with the elements, a third fan comes
on to cool the internal components. Together with the 2 fans located in the chamber it will remains on for 30’, even after the switching off (press button 1). After that the two fans will switch off
Fig. 2
1
2
11
3
12
4
5
6
13
7
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The countdown starts again by pressing button 8.
When the time counting is on pause the value can be modified by
operating on buttons 9 (increasing) and 10 (decreasing). To restart
the countdown press on button 8.
6.2.3 Interior light
Switch on the oven (see chapter 6.2 “Start-up and shutting down”).
To switch on the interior Light, press button 5.
6.3 Appliance care and frequency of maintenance
6.3.1 Precautions in the event of a malfunction
If any malfunctions occur while the oven is in use, switch off immediately and disconnect all power supplies. Call technical support.
6.3.2 Precautions if not using for long periods
If not using for long periods, clean the appliance thoroughly and
remove any residues, then dry perfectly. We recommend leaving the
door slightly open to allow air to circulate inside the oven and preserve the lining. You can use the protective substances commonly
available on the market to protect the stainless steel parts.
Disconnect the appliance from the power supplies. The room should
be kept dry and well ventilated.
6.4 Cleaning and taking care of the machine
Before beginning any cleaning, make sure the appliance is disconnected from the power supply.
We recommend cleaning the oven when it is cold.
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents or abrasive detergents for
cleaning the stainless steel parts of the oven.
Avoid using steel wool on the steel parts, as this could cause rust to
form. For the same reason, protect them from coming into contact
with ferrous materials.
Do not use glass paper or abrasive paper for cleaning; for special
cases, we recommend using abrasive sponges (such as Scotch-Brite).
Caution! Never use water jets to clean the appliance, as components may be damaged by water infiltration.
Remove internal accessories from the oven (cylinders, grates, grids
and grid holders). Wash with soap and water and leave to dry.
To clean the fan/resistance chamber, remove the relevant guards
(upper and lower) using the supplied key 1 (fig. 3). Disconnect the
appliance from the power supply, loosen without fully
Fig. 3
unscrewing the 4 fastening bolts 2 (fig. 3A) inserting the key in the
hole, slide the guard forward (movement A) to release the screw
head, remove the guard by lifting it (movement B). The fan/resistance chamber can now be accessed for cleaning. For more thorough
cleaning, the fan can be removed by unscrewing the central nut
that secures it to the motor shaft. NB.: the nut is a left nut, therefore UNSCREW clockwise and SCREW IN counter-clockwise.
Caution! After cleaning, reassemble the guards following the
instructions in reverse order and making sure they are correctly
positioned. The appliance can now be reconnected to the power
supply.
The internal and external surfaces should be cleaned with a sponge
moistened with hot water and one of the neutral detergent easily
available on the market. Rinse, then dry off carefully using a soft
cloth.
Glass must be cleaned when cool with a cloth dampened with water
and soap, rinsed and thoroughly dried. To facilitate cleaning
between the two sheets of glass, the internal sheet can be removed;
remove the glass fastening plate 1 (fig. 4) by unscrewing the screws
2 (fig. 4) and removing it from its housing, unscrew the screws 3
(fig. 4). Remove the glass 4 with the gaskets 5 (fig. 4A) by rotating it
(movement A) and sliding it from its housing (movement B).
Remove the gaskets from the glass, clean glass and gaskets.
Assemble all parts following these instructions in reverse order.
Caution! One side of the internal sheet of glass has been heat treated. This side is marked in white (ATIO fig. 4 pos. 4A) at the lower
left corner. The marked side must face the cooking chamber.
The gasket on the oven face can be cleaned with a cloth, water and
neutral soap, rinsed and dried. To facilitate cleaning, it can also be
removed from its housing by simply pulling it and cleaned with soap
and water. When cleaning, avoid bending gaskets with dry curves
which could deform its internal metallic core. Thoroughly dry the
gasket before reassembling it in its housing.
Caution! The manufacturer cannot accept liability or claims
under warranty for any damage to property resulting from
failure to observe the safety regulations, or from incorrect
installation. This also applies where the appliance is used by
the operator for purposes other than those for which it was
designed.
Fig. 3A
1
1
B
2
A
2
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6.4.1 The 2002/96/EC (WEEE) Directive:
information to users
This informational note is meant only for
owners of equipment marked with the
symbol shown in fig. A on the adhesive
label featuring the technical specifications applied on the actual product (the
label also giving the serial number).
This symbol indicates that the product is classified, according to the
regulations in force, as an item of electrical and electronic equipment and conforms to EU Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE) meaning that,
at the end of its service life, it must be treated separately from
domestic waste, i.e. it must be handed in free of charge to a separate waste electrical and electronic equipment collection centre or
returned to the reseller when buying a new equivalent item of
equipment.
The user is responsible for delivering the unit at the end of its life to
the appropriate collection facilities. Failure to do so shall result in
the user being subject to the penalties prescribed by the legislation
in force on waste.
Suitable separated collection so that the unit no longer used can be
sent off for environmentally compatible recycling, treatment and
disposal helps avoid possible negative effects on the environment
and on health and facilitates the recycling of the product's component materials.
For more detailed information on available collection systems, contact the local waste disposal service or the shop you purchased the
unit from.
Producers and importers fulfil their responsibility for environmentally compatible recycling, treatment and disposal both directly and by
joining a collective scheme.
Fig. 3
Fig. 3A
4
A
1
B
5
3
2
6
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7.1 Parameters configuration
7.2 Lack of voltage
when the board is on OFF press contemporaneously buttons 3 and 4.
On the display 11 will come up the written PA, use buttons 6 and 7
to insert the parameters access password value, correspondent a -19.
After inserted the password press for three seconds buttons 3 and 4,
display 11 visualizes the label of the first parameter, whereas display
12 visualizes its value. Use buttons 6 and 7 to modify the value, use
buttons 6 and 7 to scroll the parameters list.
The button 1 pressure allows to memorize the parameters and output from the configuration stage. The board is put on OFF again.
Below you can check the modifiable parameters list.
If there’s a lack of voltage, at the next “power up” the board will
be at the same status it was before the lack of voltage.
If the board was ON, once the voltage is back, the icon PF ! will
flash on the three display groups. Pressing on any buttons the symbol will be switched off
If a time counting was running, the display will visualize a flashing 0
and the buzzer will beep, like the time counting was terminate and
the relative exit of the external buzzer is activated. The pressure of
any buttons will stop the buzzer, deactivates the relative exit of the
external buzzer and the display backs to visualize the last time set.
Description
Parameter
P0
P1
Option °C e °F
0 = °C
1 = °F
Visualization during the adjustment
0 = temperature
1 = setpoint
Unit of
measure
Minimum
value
Maximum
value
Default
value
--------
°C
°F
°C
--------
0
1
0
P2
Hysteresis of regulation
°C
2
9
2
P3
Offset temperature of temperature
probe 1
°C
-30
30
0
P4
Setpoint regulator 1
°C
P5
P6
100
P5
Minimum setpoint regulator 1
°C
0
P6
50
P6
Maximum setpoint regulator 1
°C
P5
450
450
P7
Offset temperature probe
regulator 2
°C
-30
30
0
P8
Setpoint regulator 2
°C
P5
P6
100
P9
Minimum setpoint regulator 2
°C
0
P6
50
P10
Maximum setpoint regulator 2
°C
P5
450
450
P11
Tangential fan switch off delay
sec
0
60
30
P12
Switch off delay fan 1 and 2
sec
0
60
30
P13
Switch off delay fan cooling off
sec
0
60
30
P14
Time preset
sec
P15
P16
10
P15
Minimum settable time
sec
0
P16
0
P16
Maximum settable time
sec
P15
1999
240
P17
Duration buzzer sound
sec
0
60
15
P18
Enabling over temperature alarm
board
0 = unable
1 = enable
--------
0
1
0
P19
Over temperature alarm threshold
°C
55
70
60
P20
Input polarity door status
0 = NO
1 = NC
--------
0
1
1
P21
Opening door effect
0 = no one
1 = fans block
2 = light switching on
3 = fans block and light switching on
--------
0
3
0
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7.3 Signals and emergency alarms
In succession the list of the alarms is.
Initial
Display
Cause
Result
Er1
DISP1
Damaged regulating probe 1
Deactivation of the first adjusting heat and buzzer
sound
Er2
DISP2
Damaged regulating probe 2
Deactivation of the second adjusting heat and buzzer
sound
Ht
DISP1
High temperature board
Any effects on the outputs and activation of the buzzer
7.4 Replacement of spare parts
Caution! Only specialised personnel can conduct technical interventions. Before conducting any operations, turn off and disconnect the
appliance from the power supply.
Should the power cord need replacement, it must be type H07 RN-F
or superior.
All electrical components can be accessed by removing the control
panel, upper lid and/or bottom.
The door basket can be replaced by pulling it and inserting the new
one through a slight preassure.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
F1
mA
SE
S1
S2
R1
R2
M1
M2
M3
M4
H1
TS1
TS2
C1
TR1
F1
Line input terminal board
Electronic card
Lower temperature sensor
Upper temperature sensor
Lower heating element 1600W
Upper heating element 1200W
Upper heating element motor-fan 32W
Lower heating element motor-fan 32W
Cooling motor-fan 35W
Keyboard fan cooling (+red/-black) 1,8W
Oven interior light 25W
Chamber safety thermostat
Cooling motor safety thermostat
Contactor
Transformateur
Fuse
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WARNING
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY INACCURACIES IN THIS BOOKLET DUE
TO COPYING OR PRINTING ERRORS.
DUE TO ITS POLICY OF CONTINUAL PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT,
THE MANUFACTURER RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO MAKE ANY CHANGES DEEMED NECESSARY.
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE
IF THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL
ARE NOT OBSERVED.
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Tel. +39 055 722 33 (11 linee r.a.) - Fax +39 055 7310 056
www.gigagrandicucine.it
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