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G32D4
(Digital Operation)
Installation and Operation Manual
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Contents List
G32 Turbofan Convection Oven.
Model Numbers Covered in this Manual
G32D4 - Turbofan Oven - 4 Tray Convection Oven.
Introduction ........................................................................................................... 2
Safety Information
Specifications ......................................................................................................... 3
Oven Gas Supply Requirements and Specifications
Installation............................................................................................................. 5
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Stand Mounted Ovens
Electrical Connection
Gas Connection
Water Connection - (Optional)
Positioning and Levelling of Oven
Initial Start-Up
Commissioning
Operation ............................................................................................................... 8
Operation Guide
Oven Control Panel
Using the Oven - Manual Mode
Cooking in Program Mode
Setting the Oven Programs
Oven Racks
Operator Accessible Parameters.......................................................................... 13
Setting the Operator Accessible Parameters
Table of ‘Operator Accessible Parameters’
Cleaning and Maintenance................................................................................... 14
Cleaning Guidelines
Oven Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Fault Finding ........................................................................................................ 17
Electrical Schematic ............................................................................................. 18
Gas Conversion and Specifications ...................................................................... 19
Conversion Procedure
Table of Gas Specifications
Replacement Parts List ........................................................................................ 21
Appendix 1 - Reversing the Oven Door................................................................ 22
Introduction
Before using your new oven, please read this instruction
manual carefully, pay particular attention to any information
labelled ‘WARNING’, ‘CAUTION’, ‘IMPORTANT’ or
‘NOTE’ in this manual.
Warning
Indicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
Caution
Indicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in
minor or moderate injury.
This manual must be kept by the owner for future
reference.
A record of the Date of Purchase, Date of Installation
and Serial Number of the oven should be recorded in
the area provided below.
The serial number of this oven can be found on the
Technical Data Plate located on the front right hand
side panel, see diagram in ‘Installation Section’.
Model Number:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation,
instructions or performance of your oven, contact your
TURBOFAN dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call
could answer your question.
Serial Number:
Dealer:
Should you contact your TURBOFAN dealer on any matter
concerning this oven, please have the information provided
opposite, readily available.
Service Provider:
For your safety, please pay attention to the following
symbols marked on the appliance.
Date Purchased:
- Risk of electric shock.
No user serviceable parts inside.
Date Installed:
Qualified service person access only.
Disconnect from power before servicing.
Safety Information
Warning
 DO
NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS
APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.

DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapours, liquids or material in the vicinity of this or any
Caution
This appliance is;

For professional use and
qualified persons only.

Only qualified service persons are to carry out
installation,
servicing
and
gas
conversion
operations.

Components having adjustments protected (e.g.
paint sealed) by the manufacturer should not be
adjusted by the user / operator.
is
to
be
used
by
2
Specifications
G32D4
Oven Gas Supply Requirements and Specifications
- Australia / New Zealand Only:
Input Rating
Supply Pressure
Operating Pressure
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
35 MJ/hr.
35 MJ/hr.
1.13 - 3.4 kPa.
2.75 - 5.0 kPa.
0.75 kPa.
2.35 kPa.
Gas Connection
½” BSP Male.
Electrical Power Ratings
220-240V, 1P+N+E, 50/60HZ, 200W.
Oven Tray Details
Water Connection
Tray Capacity
4 x US Full Pan / EN 600 x 400.
Tray Spacing
110 mm.
¾” BSP (80 psi / 550 kPa maximum pressure).
3
Specifications
- UK Only:
Appliance Classification
II2H3P.
A1.
Category:
Flue Type:
Natural Gas
Propane
10 kW
10 kW
Supply Pressure
20 mbar
30 - 37 mbar
Operating Pressure
10 mbar
25 mbar
Input Rating
Gas Connection
½” BSP Male.
Electrical Power Ratings
220-240V, 1P+N+E, 50/60HZ, 200W.
Oven Tray Details
Water Connection
Tray Capacity
4, 18” x 26” / 460 x 660 Full Size Sheet Pan Capacity.
4, 600 x 400 Tray Capacity.
Tray Spacing
110 mm.
¾” BSP (80 psi / 550 kPa maximum pressure).
4
Installation
Installation Requirements
Important:

Installation shall comply with local gas, electrical and health and safety requirements.

It is most important that this oven is installed correctly and that oven operation is correct before use.

If you have any questions regarding the proper installation and / or operation of this oven, please contact your local
Turbofan distributor.
This installation of this appliance must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, must conform to the
National Codes shown below covering gas and electrical safety.
Australia:
New Zealand:
Australia / New Zealand:
United Kingdom:
Ireland:
-
AS5601
- Gas Installations.
NZS5261
- Gas Installation.
AS/NZS3000
- Wiring Rules.
Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations 1998.
BS6173
- Installation of Catering Appliances.
BS5440 1 & 2
- Installation Flueing & Ventilation.
BS7671
- Requirements for Electrical Installations.
IS 820
- Non - Domestic Gas Installations.
Installation
Unpacking
Installations must be carried out by authorised persons
only. Failure to install equipment to the relevant codes and
manufacturers specifications shown above, will void the
warranty.
1. Remove all packaging and transit protection including
all protective plastic coating from the exterior stainless
steel panels.
2. Check the oven and supplied parts for damage. Report
any damage immediately to the carrier and distributor.
3. Check that the following parts have been supplied with
your oven:4 x Leg Adjustable.
This oven must be electrically earthed / grounded in
accordance with local codes.
Installation must allow for a sufficient flow of fresh air for
the combustion air supply. Combustion air requirements:
Natural Gas
LPG
10m³/hr.
4. Report any deficiencies to the distributor who supplied
your oven.
5. Securely fit the 4 legs supplied with the oven.
6. Check that the available gas and electrical supply is
correct to that shown on the Technical Data Plate
located on the front right hand side panel.
9m³/hr.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint
sealed) by manufacturer are only to be adjusted by an
authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by
the installation person.
 Refer to ‘Specifications’ section, ‘Oven
Specifications Tables’.
Technical Data Plate - Location
5
Installation
Location
Electrical Connection
1. This oven must be installed in an area of adequate air
supply. Adequate ventilation is essential, to prevent
dangerous build up of combustion products. DO NOT
obstruct the air flow around the ventilation slots.
2. This oven must be fitted on supplied legs in all
installations. (When installed on a manufacturers
stand, the legs are used to locate the oven in the
correct position.
3. All air for burner combustion is supplied from
underneath the appliance. The legs must always be
fitted and no obstructions placed on the underside or
around the base of the appliance, as obstructions will
cause incorrect operation and / or failure of the
appliance.
4. Installation must allow for a sufficient flow of fresh air
for the combustion air supply.
5. The area around the appliance must be kept free and
clear from combustibles.
6. Position the oven in its approximate working position.
It should be positioned so that the control panel and
oven shelves are easily reachable for loading and
unloading.
7. Use a spirit level to ensure oven is level from side to
side and front to back. (If this is not carried out,
uneven cooking could occur).
Warning
This oven must be earthed / grounded.
Each oven should be connected to an adequately protected
power supply and an isolation switch mounted adjacent to,
but not behind the oven and must be readily accessible to
the operator. This switch must be clearly marked and
readily accessible in case of fire.
Check the electricity supply is correct to as shown on the
Technical Data Plate on the front right hand corner of the
oven side panel.
Ensure that the oven is fitted with the appropriate power
cord and plug.
Gas Connection
A ½" BSP connection is provided at the bottom rear of the
oven.
It is important that adequately sized piping run directly to
the connection joint on the oven with as few tees and
elbows as possible to give maximum supply volume.
A suitable jointing compound which resists the break down
action of LPG must be used on every gas connection.
Important:
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water
or other gas detecting equipment.
The vent located on the top of the oven must NOT be
obstructed.
Warning
Oven Vent
Do not use a naked flame to check for gas leakages.
Check the technical data plate located on the front right
hand corner of the oven, for correct operating pressure and
gas orifice size for the gas being used, before operation.
The appliance combination gas valve is fitted with an
internal regulator for adjusting the operating pressure. To
access, remove appropriately marked service panel from
beneath the oven door. Unscrew and remove regulator cap
from the gas valve. Adjust the regulator to achieve the
stated pressure. Also refer to the ‘Specifications’ section.
Clearances
1. To ensure correct ventilation for the motor and
controller, the following minimum installation
clearances are to be adhered to:
Combustible
Surface
Non Combustible
Surface
Top
600 mm
200 mm
Left / Right
Hand Side
75 mm
75 mm
Rear
75 mm
75 mm
Regulator
Cap
Pressure Test
Point
NOTE: Fixed installations require at least 500 mm
clearance at the right hand side of oven for
service access.
NOTE: The Pressure Test Point is located behind the
front service panel beneath the oven door.
Stand Mounted Ovens
For ovens that are to be mounted to a stand, the oven legs
are used to level the oven on the stand. Refer to the
instructions supplied with separately ordered stands for
mounting details.
6
Installation
Water Connection - Optional
(Not required for Main Oven Operation)
1. If the manual addition of water into the oven for
humidification or steaming effect on baked product is
required, the unit’s water connection can be used.
2. Tighten the 2 screws securing
the water connection to the rear
of the oven. (These have
purposely been left loose to
prevent damage to the water
connection during transit).
Tighten Screws.
3. A cold water supply should be fitted to the water inlet
(¾” BSP hose connection) which is located on the rear
of the right hand side of the oven.
4. Connect to the water supply.
- Max Inlet Pressure 80psi / 550kPa.
5. Turn ‘On’ the water supply and check for leaks.
Positioning and Levelling of Oven
1. Correctly locate the oven into its final operating position
and using a spirit level, adjust the oven feet so that the
oven is level and at the correct height.
Initial Start-Up
Before using the new oven;
1. For first time use of the oven, operate the oven for
about 1 hour at 200°C to remove any fumes or odours
which may be present.
2. Please refer to the Operation Section of this manual for
details on how to correctly operate and shutdown the
oven.
Commissioning
Before leaving the new installation;
Check the oven functions in accordance with the
operating instructions specified in the ‘Operation’
section of this manual.
 Lighting the oven.
 Turning ‘Off’ the oven.
Ensure that the operator has been instructed in the areas
of correct lighting, operation, and shutdown procedure for
the appliance.
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get the
appliance to operate correctly, shut off the gas
supply and contact the supplier of this
appliance.
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Operation
Operation Guide
Warning
Warning
Take care when opening the oven door
during baking. Let hot air and steam escape
before removing or replacing food as the
steam produced can cause steam burns.
Some parts of this oven will become VERY
HOT during use and could cause burns if
touched.
 Turbofan Ovens have been designed to provide simple operation.
 This oven is intended for use in a commercial kitchen and must only be put to the use for which it was intended, i.e.
cooking food product. To use this oven correctly please read the following sections carefully:-
Oven Control Panel
Temperature Display - Shows the
Programming Button and LED -
preset chamber temperature.
When used with ‘Temperature’ button,
shows actual oven temperature for 5
seconds.
Shows Cooking Modes and Error
Codes.
Used to enter the ‘Programming’
mode.
Temperature Button and LED Shows actual oven temperature for 5
seconds on the Temperature Display.
LED ‘On’ when heating; LED flashes
when showing actual temperature.
Steam Button and LED - Activates
the ‘Steam Mode’.
Temperature Adjustment Control.
Time Display - Shows cook time in full
Light On / Off Button and LED -
minutes only from 180 - 1, and
seconds for final minute only.
Turns oven light ‘On / Off’.
Start / Stop Button and LED -
On / Off / Stand-By Button and
LED - Press ‘On / Off’ button once to
Pressing the ‘Start / Stop’ button oven
switches between ‘Time Start’ and
‘Temporary Pause’ Modes. LED will
flash when timer is paused.
When in the cooking cycle, pressing
the ‘Start / Stop’ button for 3 seconds
will end the cooking cycle.
turn the oven ‘On’.
Press and hold ‘On / Off’ button for 2
seconds to turn the oven ‘Off’.
Time Adjustment Control.
Lighting the Oven
Oven Shut-Down
1. Ensure that the gas supply is turned ‘On’ at the mains
supply.
2. Turn ‘On’ electrical power to the oven. The controller
will carry out a self check of the LED’s.
3. Press the ‘On/Off’ Button.
4. The Heating Indicator will illuminate and after a slight
delay the oven burner will ignite.
1. To turn ‘Off’ the oven, press and hold the ‘On/Off’
button for 3 seconds, the burner will extinguish and the
oven controller will go to ‘Stand-By’ mode.
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Operation
Using the Oven - Manual Mode
1.
To check actual oven temperature
during preheat or cooking, press
‘Temperature’ button.
Actual
temperature will display briefly on
‘Temperature Display’ before the
display reverts to the pre-set
temperature.
TURN ‘ON’.
Press ‘On-Off’ button.
Temperature Dislay.
Temperature Display will show Preset temperature.
2.
Heating ‘On’
Indicator
SET TEMPERATURE.
+ to increase the temperature.
- to decrease the temperature.
At any time during cooking, time
and temperature can be adjusted
by using the ‘Time’ / ‘Temperature’
controls.
Time Display.
Time Display will show actual time set.
Timer ‘On’
Indicator
Power ‘On’
Indicator
3.
This oven can be used without
using the ‘Timer’.
SET TIME.
+ to increase the time.
- to decrease the time.
4.
If the ‘Timer’ is set to the ‘Infinity’
setting
, the timer will count
elapsed time to a maximum of 999
minutes.
START TIMER.


Press ‘Start / Stop’ button to start timer operation.

Pressing and Holding ‘Start / Stop’ button for 3
seconds will reset the timer.
Pressing the ‘Start / Stop’ button when timer is
operating will pause the timer and turn ‘Off’ Fan
and Heating. LED will flash when timer is paused.
Opening the oven door during a
cooking cycle will pause the
cooking time.
To continue
cooking, close the oven door.
- Press any button, to cancel the ‘Alarm’.
- Press ‘Steam’ button, to select the Steam mode.
- Press ‘Act Temp’ button, to check ‘Actual’ temperature of oven at any time during cooking.
- Press ‘Light’ button, to turn ‘On’ oven light. (refer - ‘Operator Accessible Parameters’).
- Press ‘Program’ button, to program the Oven refer to the ‘Installation and Operation Manual’.
- Press and hold ‘On / Off’ button, for 3 seconds to turn ‘Off’ the Oven.
Steam; - Steam function can be selected at any time during the Manual Mode by pressing the ‘Steam’ button. Steam will be
injected for the pre-set time and the ‘Steam’ LED will illuminate.
Refer to ‘Operator Accessible Parameters’ for steam options.
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Operation
Cooking in Program Mode
1.
TURN ‘ON’.
Press ‘On-Off’ button.
Press ‘Programs’ button.
Program Mode
Indicator
Heating ‘On’
Indicator
Temperature Dislay.
Temperature Display will
show program selected.
2.
To check actual oven temperature
during preheat or cooking, press
‘Temperature’ button.
Pre-Set
temperature will display briefly on
‘Temperature Display’ before the
display reverts to the actual
temperature.
SELECT A PROGRAM.
+ to scroll forward through programs.
- to scroll backward through programs.
Time Display.
Time Display will show ‘Pre-Heating’.
Program cannot be started until
pre-heating is completed.
When cooking in ‘Program’ mode,
the oven light will remain ‘On’ until
cooking is completed.
Load Oven.
‘Time’ display will show
‘Ready’.
3.
Opening the oven door during a
cooking cycle will pause the
cooking time.
To continue
cooking, close the oven door.
START PROGRAM.



Press ‘Start / Stop’ button to start cooking program.
Pressing the ‘Start / Stop’ button when timer is
operating will pause the timer and turn ‘Off’ Fan and
Heating. LED will flash when timer is paused.
Temperature and Time can be
adjusted when in Program Mode.
On program completion, oven
reverts to the pre-set temperature
for that program.
Pressing and Holding ‘Start / Stop’ button for 3
seconds will cancel the program and return to Preset
Program.
- Press any button, to cancel the ‘Alarm’.
- Press ‘Steam’ button, to select the Steam mode.
- Press ‘Act Temp’ button, to check ‘Actual’ temperature of oven at any time during cooking.
- Press ‘Program’ button, to program the Oven refer to ‘Setting the Oven Programs’ overleaf.
- Press and hold ‘On / Off’ button, for 3 seconds to turn ‘Off’ the Oven.
Steam; - Steam function can be selected at any time during the Program Mode by pressing the ‘Steam’ button. Steam will be
injected for the pre-set time and the ‘Steam’ LED will illuminate.
Refer to ‘Operator Accessible Parameters’ for steam options.
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Operation
Setting the Oven Programs
Oven can be pre-programmed with up to 20 Program’s. When you receive your oven, the controller is not programmed. To
set programs, carry out the following for each program required:-
1.
ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE.
Press ‘Programs’ button to enter
‘Programming’ mode.
2.
SELECT PROGRAM REQUIRED.
Heating ‘On’
Indicator
Rotate ‘Temperature Control’ to
program required.
Temperature Display will show
program selected.
Press and hold ‘Temperature’ button
until ‘Time’ and ‘Temperature’ displays
and ‘Temperature’ LED flashes.
Change time and temperature
parameters.
3.
ENTER COOK TEMPERATURE.
Rotate ‘Temperature Control’ to set
cook temperature.
+ to increase the temperature.
- to decrease the temperature.
Timer ‘On’
Indicator
‘Temperature’ Display will show
temperature selected.
4.
ENTER COOK TIME.
Rotate ‘Timer Control’ to set cook time.
+ to increase the time.
- to decrease the time.
‘Time’ Display will show time
selected.
‘Time’ and ‘Temperature’ displays
and ‘Temperature’ LED flash.
Press ‘Temperature’ button to
confirm ‘Time’ and ‘Temperature’
settings.
5.
SET STEAM OPTION.
Hold ‘Steam’ button pressed until
‘Steam’ LED flashes and present setting
displays in ‘Temperature’ display.
Rotate ‘Temperature Control’ to set
steam time required.
+ to increase steam time.
- to decrease steam time.
Press ‘Steam’ button to confirm ‘Steam’
settings.
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Operation
Oven Racks
The oven is supplied with four general purpose oven racks.
 Self Supporting: When fitted, the oven racks are self supporting and will not drop or angle down when the racks are
withdrawn during operation, when loading and unloading products onto racks or when attending to the product being
cooked during it’s cook cycle.
NOTE: Ensure that the racks are correctly fitted to the oven with the raised part of the rack to the rear of the oven
and the hooks on the underside of the rack engaged below the rack runner.
Fit racks with raised part of
rack to the rear of the oven
Ensure that these hooks are located
under the rack runners when fitting
the shelves to the oven.
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Operator Accessible Parameters
Setting the Operator Accessible Parameters
With the Oven in ‘Stand-By’ mode:-
1.
ENTER THE OPERATOR PARAMETER MODE.
Press 'Steam' and 'Start / Stop' buttons together.
‘Temperature’ Display will show ‘PAS’.
The ‘Time’ Display will flash.
2.
SET PASSWORD.
Rotate ‘Timer Control’ to set password;
(123) (Operator Password).
Press ‘Light On / Off’ button to confirm password.
‘Temperature’ Display will show one of Parameter Codes.
‘Time’ Display will show value of the parameter.
3.
SETTING THE PARAMETERS.
Rotate ‘Timer Control’ to parameter required.
Press ‘Light’ button to confirm parameter. ‘Time’ display will flash.
While ‘Time’ display is flashing, rotate ‘Timer Control’ to
select value required.
Press ‘Light’ button to confirm value. ‘Time’ display will stop flashing.
4.
EXITING THE PARAMETER MODE.
Press ‘On-Off’ button, to return to ‘Stand-By’ mode.
Table of Operator Accessible Parameters
Parameter
Number
Description
Turn -On Pre-Heating temperature - (60 - 260˚C / 140 - 500˚F).
Default
Setting
150ºC
(325ºF)
Light Auto ‘Off’ Setting Time 0 = ‘On/Off’.
1 = 1 minute auto ‘Off’.
2 = 2 minutes auto ‘Off’, etc.
1
Steam Injection setting time 0 = Steam will be emitted for as long as ‘Steam’ button is pressed.
1 = Steam will be emitted for 1 second.
2 = Steam will be emitted for 2 seconds, etc.
0
Buzzer Volume - Can be adjusted from ‘0’ to ‘10’.
5
Program Pre-Heating Condition - (Can be adjusted from 0 to 30ºC {0 to 54ºF} above pre-heat
temperature).
13
20ºC
(36ºF)
Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning Guidelines
b. Lift up and unhook the rear of the rack from the
locating peg at the rear of the oven.
Caution
Always turn off electrical power at the
mains supply before commencing cleaning.
This oven is not water proof.
Do not use
water jet spray to clean interior or exterior
of the appliance.
To achieve the best results, cleaning must be regular and
thorough. If any small faults occur, have them looked at
promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete
breakdown.
R/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
c. Tilt the top of the rack inwards and lift the rack off
the lower mounting brackets.
NOTE:
 Carefully read and follow the safety instructions on
Left Rack
the label of the cleaning product to be used.
a. Lift the LH rack off the front locating peg.
 DO NOT use harsh abrasive scouring pads or
abrasive detergents as they could damage the oven.
 Ensure that any detergent or cleaning material has
been completely removed after each cleaning.
To keep your oven clean and operating at peak efficiency,
follow the procedures shown below:Oven Cleaning
NOTE:
L/Hand Front
Locating Peg
 If oven usage is very high, the cleaning procedure
should be carried out on a more frequent basis.
 Allow the oven interior to cool to approx 50˚C before
commencing cleaning.
b. Pull the rack forward out of the oven to disengage
the rear of the rack from the rear location peg and
remove the rack from the oven.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. Thoroughly clean the exterior surfaces of the oven
with, a damp cloth moistened with a mild detergent
solution, or a soft bristled brush.
L/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require a
good quality stainless steel cleaner. Always apply
cleaner when the oven is cold and rub in the
direction of the grain.
Side Racks Removal
Right Rack / Fan Baffle
a. Undo and remove the rack securing screw securing
the front of the RH side rack. The fan baffle is an
integral part of the RH Side Rack.
c. Clean the racks with a mild anti bacterial detergent
and hot water, using a soft bristled brush.
d. Dry the racks thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Rack Securing Screw
Unscrew
Anti-Clockwise
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Side Racks Re-Fitting
Lamp Glass
a. Remove the LH side rack as shown previously.
NOTE: Ensure racks are correctly fitted to oven with
the raised part of rack to the rear of the oven.
Right Rack
a. Align the bottom of the rack with the 2 brackets in
the bottom RH side of the oven.
L/Hand Front
Locating Peg
b. Unscrew (anti-clockwise) and remove the lamp glass
from the oven.
RH Lower Mounting Brackets
b. Tilt the rack upwards and hook the top rear of the
rack onto the locating peg in the top rear of the
oven.
Unscrew
AntiClockwise
R/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
c. Remove seal fitted between lamp glass and holder.
c. Fit and tighten the rack securing screw to secure
the front of the RH rack.
Remove Seal
Tighten Clockwise
d. Wash the lamp glass and seal with a soft sponge
using warm water and a detergent solution. Rinse
with clean, warm water and dry off.
Left Rack
a. Locate the top rear of the rack onto the locating peg
at the top rear LH side of the oven.
e. Dry the lamp glass thoroughly with a dry cloth.
L/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
NOTE: The lamp glass seal must be fitted with the flat
face of the seal towards the lamp glass.
f. Refit the lamp glass, screw the glass in clockwise to
secure. Do not over tighten lamp glass.
g. Refit the LH side rack as shown previously.
b. Locate the top front of the rack over the locating
peg at the top front LH side of the oven.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Door Seal
a. To remove the door seal, pull the 1 piece seal
forward until it pulls out of the location groove
around the oven. Note the way the seal is
fitted to the oven, with the lip facing inwards.
Door Glass Cleaning
 Ensure that the oven door is cool before cleaning
the oven door glass.
a. Open the oven door.
b. Lift up the bottom of the inner glass at the centre of
the door to unlock from the inner glass retaining
catches and swing the glass inwards towards the
oven.
b. Check the door seal for wear and damage and
replace as required.
c. Wash the door seal in a sink, taking care not to cut
or damage the seal.
d. Dry the door seal thoroughly.
e. Refit the door seal with lip facing into centre of the
oven.
Top Locking Catches
Push Seal carefully
into locating channel
c. Clean both sides of the inner glass and the inner
side of the outer door glass with a conventional
glass cleaner.
d. Dry the oven door thoroughly with a soft dry cloth.
e. Swing the inner glass back towards the outer door.
f. Press the door seal into the locating groove in the
front face of the oven until the seal is properly
located all around the oven.
f. Whilst holding the outer door, lift the inner glass
back onto the locking catches until the inner glass is
securely held.
Oven Interior
Periodic Maintenance
 Allow the oven interior to cool to approx 50˚C before
commencing cleaning.
NOTE: All maintenance operations should only be
carried out by a qualified service person.
a. Remove the oven racks as shown previously.
Controls and mechanical parts should be checked and
adjusted periodically by a qualified service person. It is
recommended that the appliance is serviced every 6
months.
b. Clean any build up of grease from the oven interior,
using a soft bristled brush with a solution of hot
water and a mild anti bacterial detergent.
c. Dry the oven thoroughly with a soft dry cloth.
d. Clean the oven regularly with a good quality oven
cleaner.
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Fault Finding
You may encounter a problem not covered in this section,
please contact your service provider who will require the
following information:-
This section provides a reference to the more common
problems that may occur during the operation of your
oven. This fault finding guide is intended to help you
correct and accurately diagnose problems with your oven.
 The Model and Serial Number of the oven, can be
When fault finding a problem, always use a process of
elimination starting with the simplest solution and working
through to the most complex. Never overlook the obvious.
Fault
Oven does not operate.
Oven Controller operates but No Heat in
Oven.
Oven heats up but fan does not operate.
Oven does not Steam.
Door does not close fully.
Oven light not illuminating.
Uneven cooking.
‘Err 001’ on display.
‘Err 003’ on display.
found on the Technical Data Plate located on the
front right hand side panel of the oven.
Possible Causes
Remedy
Mains isolating switch, circuit breaker or
fuses are 'Off' at the power board.
Turn 'On'.
Overtemp tripped (No lights, no power
light).
Call for service.
Overtemp faulty.
Call for service.
Digital Controller faulty
Call for service.
No gas supply to oven.
Check gas supply.
Digital Controller faulty
Refer to ‘Digital Controller Fault Codes’. Call for
service.
Door not closed fully.
Close door. (Refer ‘Door does not close fully’).
Door Switch faulty.
Call for service.
Fan motor faulty.
Call for service.
Fan or fan motor obstructed.
Call for service.
Injector Nozzle blocked.
Call for service.
Water Solenoid faulty.
Call for service.
Controller faulty.
Call for service.
Tray in way of door.
Correctly position tray in rack.
Door mis-aligned.
Re-align door.
Door seal obstruction.
Correctly install door seal. (Refer to the
‘Cleaning’ Section).
Blown bulb.
Replace bulb.
Too high a temperature selected.
Select a lower temperature.
Oven or racks not level.
Check oven racks and level.
Insufficient air space around trays or
baking tins.
Ensure oven racks are spaced to allow air flow
around baking on all shelves.
Oven overloaded with too much product.
Re-load oven.
Opening oven door un-necessarily.
Ensure oven door remains closed during the
baking process.
Oven door seal damaged or faulty.
Check seals and replace if damaged.
Oven vent restricted.
Ensure oven vent not blocked or shrouded.
Probe error.
Call for service.
Burner Box thermal overload switch
tripped.
Call for service.
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Electrical Schematic
Electrical Schematic G32D4 Turbofan Oven
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
4. Unscrew and remove the main burner injector and
replace with appropriate item.
Conversion Procedure
Caution
Main Burner Injector
Ensure that the appliance is isolated from
the
electrical
and
gas
supply
before
commencing servicing.
NOTE:
 These conversions should only be carried out by
qualified persons. All connections must be checked
for leaks before re-commissioning the appliance.
 Adjustment of components that have adjustments /
5. Connect gas and electrical supplies.
6. Operate oven and adjust the plastic adjust screw on the
regulator to achieve correct pressure at pressure test
point (front RH corner).
7. Refit the regulator cover screw to the gas valve.
8. Conduct full leak test of the converted oven prior to
placing it into operation.
settings sealed (e.g. paint sealed) can only be
adjusted in accordance with the following
instructions and shall be re-sealed before
re-commissioning this appliance.
 For all relevant gas specifications refer to the table
at the end of this section.
Procedure:
Warning
1. Remove the lower service panel to allow access to the
gas control valve.
2. Unscrew and remove the regulator cover screw from
the regulator incorporated in the gas control.
Do not use a naked flame to check for gas leakages.
9. Refit the service panels.
Gas Type Identification Label
Cover Screw
On completion of the gas conversion, replace the gas type
identification label with the appropriate label, located at:- The rear of the appliance, above the gas connection
point.
Commissioning
Before leaving the converted installation;
1. Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy
water or other gas detecting equipment.
2. Check the following functions in accordance with the
operating instructions specified in the ‘Operation’
section of this manual.
3. Remove the plastic adjusting screw and regulator
spring from the gas control valve. Replace with correct
spring supplied with the conversion kit.
 Ensure that all the oven controls operate correctly.
 Ensure that the operating pressure remains correct.
3. Ensure any adjustments done to components that have
the adjustments / settings sealed (e.g. paint sealed),
are re-sealed.
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get the
appliance to operate correctly, shut off the gas
supply and contact the supplier of this
appliance.
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Table of Gas Specifications
- Australia / New Zealand Only:
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
2.80 mm.
1.70 mm.
Green Spring
Blue Spring
1.13 - 3.4 kPa.
2.75 - 5.0 kPa.
0.75 kPa
2.35 kPa
Natural Gas
Propane
2.70 mm.
1.70 mm.
Green Spring
Blue Spring
Supply Pressure
20 mbar
30 - 37 mbar
Operating Pressure
10 mbar
25 mbar
Main Burner Injectors
Regulator Spring (Colour)
Supply Pressure
Operating Pressure
- UK Only:
Main Burner Injectors
Regulator Spring (Colour)
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Replacement Parts List
Important:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for the servicing and repair of this oven. The instructions
supplied with the parts should be followed when replacing components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest authorized service provider or Turbofan Dealer.
When ordering replacement parts, please quote the part number and the description as listed below. If the part required
is not listed below, request the part by description and quote model number and serial number which is shown on the
Technical Data Plate.
Item
Description
234632
234434
234450
022909
024432
025400
232904
234460
Digital Control Board Kit
Temperature Probe 20 mm PT1000 1 mtr
Encoder
Ignition Electrode Assembly
Capacitor 3uF, 220-240V Models
Overtemp 360°C
Fan Motor 208-240V 50HZ
Cooling Fan 208-230V 50/60HZ
232903
Fan Dia 175mm / 7”
234429
Transformer 208/240V x 12VAC SEC 15VA
230691
Ignition Module
019370
232964
004952
Gas Valve G32 240V
Thermal Switch 150°C
Burner Assy
032170
032270
032280
235433
235434
234447
234751
024802
232666
234580
235277
235278
234626
234627
234757
234752
231814
233115
233883
Injector 1.70 mm
LPG (Propane)
Injector 2.70 mm
NAT (UK Only)
Injector 2.80 mm
NAT (Non-UK Only)
Gas Type Conversion Kit
AU/NZ/XP Only
Gas Type Conversion Kit
UK Only
Knob Indexed
Door Switch Actuator
Door Microswitch
Door Seal
Door Roller Catch
Door Roller Catch Strike
Strike Lock Nut
Door Hinge Top
Door Hinge Bottom
Door Inner Glass Assembly
Hinge Pivot Kit
Lamp Bulb G9 25W, Halogen 230V
Oven Lamp Lens
Oven Lamp Seal
202851
Water Solenoid 90° Outlet 240V
233986
Foot Adjustable 100 mm
233649
234656
234666
233552
Oven Rack
Oven Side Rack LH 4-tray
Oven Side Rack RH 4-tray
Rack Securing Screw
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Appendix 1 - Oven Door Reversal
11. Remove inner glass latching
studs and fit to opposite side
of door using Loctite 243 to
secure.
Reversing the Oven Door
NOTE: This operation should only be carried out by a
suitably competent person.
Remove the Oven Door Inner
Glass.
1. Open the oven door and open
the door inner glass.
2. Remove screw securing inner
glass retaining clip and
remove clip.
3. Lift up inner glass and
remove, ensuring that pivot
spacer is removed from lower
inner glass pivot and retained.
Remove Latching Studs
Remove Screw
and Retaining
12. Turn door handle over and fit
to other end of door where
hinges were removed from.
Ensure Flat of handle is to
the outside.
Remove Upper and Lower Door Hinges and Door
Catch.
Fit Blanking Plugs.
4. Remove black plastic plugs
from top and bottom of door
and fit to holes where inner
glass pivots were removed
from.
13. Remove bottom door pivot
bolt and spacers and fit pivot
bolt to top door hinge
assembly (as this will be
swapped over and fitted to
bottom of other side of
oven).
Remove the Oven Door.
5. Remove the door roller catch and blanking plate from
the inside of the door and swap these over.
Bottom Door Pivot
Bolt and Spacers.
14. Remove the 4 blanking
screws from front of oven.
Swap Roller Catch and
Blanking Plate over.
Remove screws top and bottom
and fit to where hinges removed
from.
6. Whilst supporting door,
unscrew and remove top
door pivot bolt from top door
hinge assembly.
7. Remove door and lay on a
flat surface or workbench.
8. Unscrew screws securing the
door handle remove door
handle.
9. Remove top door hinge and
fit to bottom opposite corner
of door.
Remove Top
Door Pivot Bolt.
15. Remove Hinge Plate from
top of oven and fit
diagonally opposite, to lower
corner.
Remove these screws to remove
top and bottom hinges.
Remove Handle
Securing Screws
10. Remove bottom door hinge
and fit to top opposite corner
of door.
16. Remove Hinge Plate from
bottom of oven and fit
diagonally opposite, to
upper corner.
17. Fit screws removed at Item
14 above to where hinges
were fitted.
Remove Top Door Hinge
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Appendix 1 - Oven Door Reversal
18. Remove Blanking Screw and Door Catch from front of
Locking Nut
Door Catch
Adjust Door for Correct Alignment.
Check alignment and operation of
the door. Ensure that the door is
correctly aligned horizontally and
vertically.
1. To align, slacken off the upper
and lower hinge plates and
correctly align the door.
Re-tighten both hinge plates.
2. Check that the roller catch
correctly retains door in the
closed position.
3. To adjust, slightly loosen
screws securing roller catch
and close the door. The roller
catch will centralise itself.
4. Open door and tighten roller
catch securing screws.
Blanking Screw
oven and swap around (refer ‘Adjusting Door Catch’).
19. Fit door spacers removed at Item 13 previously, to
lower hinge pivot bolt.
Oven Door Re-Fitting
Fit the Door.
1. Refit oven door by locating
bottom of door onto bottom
hinge plate pivot bolt and
spacers.
2. Fit top of door into top hinge
plate and secure with top
pivot bolt.
Top Door Pivot Bolt.
Adjusting Door Catch
If the door sealing requires adjustment, carry out the
following to adjust the door catch:1. Check that the door seals correctly when closed, by
placing a sheet of paper between the door and the seal.
2. Close the door on the paper
and attempt to withdraw the
paper by firmly tugging on the
paper. The paper should just
pull out with some resistance
but without tearing.
3. To adjust the door catch,
loosen the locking nut on the
door catch:-
Fit Inner Glass to Door.
NOTE: It is important to ensure that the inner glass is
fitted correctly and that the glass pivots at the
hinge end of the door and not the handle end.
3. Fit pivot spacer removed at Item 3 on previous page, to
the lower inner glass pivot and locate inner glass lower
pivot into position on inside of door.
4. Locate top pivot of inner glass
Screw and
into top of door and secure in
Retaining Clip.
position with inner glass
retaining clip.
5. Lift inner glass up onto locking
catch to lock glass into position.
Slacken these screws to adjust
door vertically - horizontally.
a. If the paper withdraws easily, screw the door catch
‘In’ by ½ a turn and repeat the test above until
adjusted correctly.
b. If the paper cannot be withdrawn and the door
springs open, screw the door catch ‘Out’ by ½ a
turn and repeat the test above until adjusted
correctly.
4. Tighten the locking nut on the door catch.
Inner Glass Locking Catch
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