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Combitherm®
Combination Oven/Steamer
4.10ESi
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4.10CCi
CombiOven
shown with ExpressTouch control
STEP BY STEP
COOKING GUIDE AND
OPERATION MANUAL
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INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
EXPRESSTOUCH™ OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
START-UP PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAIN MENU SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SETTINGS SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD SCREEN. . . . . . . . . . 6
COOKING MODE SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . OPERATION MODES
Steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Combination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Convection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Retherm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Broiling Element . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Core Temperature Probe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Calibrating ExpressTouch Probe . . . . . . . . . . Core Temperature - Delta-T . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
CombiSmoker Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Ventless Hood Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Preheating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gold-n-Brown™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oven Cool-Down Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reduced Fan Speed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Reduced Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Multi-shelf Timer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Steam Injection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
PREPROGRAMMED RECIPES
Using Preprogrammed Recipes . . . . . . . . . . 26
Recipe Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bakery Recipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Convenience Product Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . Fish & Seafood Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Meat Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Miscellaneous Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Poultry Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Vegetable Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
HACCP ACCESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
SIMPLE CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONTROL PANEL IDENTIFICATION . . . . . Oven Cool Down Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fahrenheit or Celsius Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Cleaning Agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
First Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protecting Stainless Steel Surfaces . . . . . . . . . .
Daily Gasket Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Probe Usage and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Daily Oven Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monthly Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ventless Hood Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ExpressTouch with CombiClean® . . . . . . . . . .
Simple Control with CombiClean® . . . . . . . .
Cleaning without CombiClean® . . . . . . . . . . .
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Emergency Operation Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
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ECOSMART® TECHNOLOGY
The Alto-Shaam CT Express Combitherm
combination oven/steamer employs
Ecosmart operating efficiencies in the
design and application of all operating
and programming functions. Ecosmart
operational characteristics include the use of a
water barrier to close the oven compartment to the
outside air. While maintaining a non-pressurized
atmosphere, the primary purpose of the Ecosmart
system is to prevent the steam and heat generated
within the oven compartment from freely escaping
to the outside.
The Ecosmart design displaces the air within the
cooking compartment and achieves a higher level
of steam saturation that offers quick-steaming at
temperatures above 212°F (100°C).
This guide is provided as an operational aid with
step-by-step instructions of the basic functions of
the Combitherm oven, along with the many other
additional features of the control.
SIMPLE CONTROL
The Combitherm Simple control features a simple, push button
control that commands all the oven functions. Whether you cook by
time, or cook using the optional product probe, rest assured you will
be able to bake, roast, steam, poach, grill, broil, proof, braise and oven
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STEAM MODE
COMBINATION MODE
CONVECTION MODE
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EXPRESSTOUCH™ CONTROL
The Combitherm ExpressTouch control features a simple,
graphics-based control panel that commands all the
oven functions. Access up to 250 of your titled recipes.
Manual cooking by time and temperature also are
easily accomplished.
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a simple interface that commands all of the Combitherm’s
cooking functions. As the name
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CT Express with ExpressTouch also
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offers a downloadable
HACCP function.
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browning levels are standard with the ExpressTouch. The
exclusive Gold-n-Brown feature gives the operator the
ability to achieve the ideal cooking environment for the
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baking results. A moisture injection feature provides
perfect sheen and crust on breads and pastry items.
STEAM MODE
COMBINATION MODE
CONVECTION MODE
BROILER MODE
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time of different food items in the same
oven with multi-shelf timers. Time is
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ExpressTouch features
an interactive control display with
reduced energy setting.
RETHERM MODE
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part in our continuous improvement process. New features
and abilities can be uploaded to your oven as they become
available. Visit our website’s download link at:
DOWNLOAD
LINK
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Or simply call our Service Department for assistance.
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NOTE AND OBSERVE ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
LOCATED THROUGHOUT THIS GUIDE
DANGER
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR BE STEAM CLEANED,
HOSED DOWN, OR FLOODED WITH
WATER OR LIQUID SOLUTION OF
ANY KIND. DO NOT USE WATER JET
TO CLEAN.
SEVERE DAMAGE OR
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
COULD RESULT.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID IF
APPLIANCE IS FLOODED
HOT STEAM CAUSES BURNS
ROTATE THE DOOR HANDLE TO THE FIRST OPEN
ROTATION POSITION ONLY. WAIT UNTIL THE
STEAM IS VENTED BEFORE FULLY OPENING THE
DOOR.
CAUTION
METAL PARTS OF THIS EQUIPMENT
BECOME EXTREMELY HOT WHEN
IN OPERATION. TO AVOID BURNS,
ALWAYS USE HAND PROTECTION
WHEN OPERATING THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT USE THE ATTACHED HAND-HELD
HOSE TO SPRAY ANYTHING OTHER THAN
THE INTERIOR OF THE COMBITHERM OVEN
COMPARTMENT.
DO NOT USE THE SPRAY HOSE ON
THE SURFACE OF A HOT COOKING
COMPARTMENT. ALLOW THE OVEN TO COOL
TO A MINIMUM OF 150°F (66°C).
DO NOT HANDLE PANS CONTAINING LIQUID
OR SEMILIQUID PRODUCTS POSITIONED
ABOVE THE EYE LEVEL OF THE OPERATOR.
SUCH PRODUCTS CAN SCALD AND CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY.
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START-UP PROCEDURES
When the oven is powered on, the ExpressTouch screen
illuminates. “Loading” indicates that the software
is booting up. The screen will also indicate what level
of progress has been made as the software becomes
fully operational.
MAIN MENU SCREEN
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rinse, light, normal, and heavy-duty cleaning.
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Download all preprogrammed recipes (factory
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USB memory stick.
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Change factory default settings. See next page for
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SETTINGS SCREEN
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Choose the default number of items in the oven
to be used by the multi-shelf timer.
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setting to factory defaults when switching
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UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD SCREEN
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to oven. This will replace and overwrite
existing recipes.
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oven control. This will add the recipes to the
beginning of the existing recipe list.
DOWNLOAD
RECIPES
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RECIPES
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COOKING MODE SCREEN
TEMPERATURE
STEAM
MODE
TIME
MULTI-SHELF
TIMER
345°F
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225°F
COMBINATION
MODE
CONVECTION
MODE
BROILER
MODE
(OPTIONAL)
DELAYED
START TIMER
CLEANING
REDUCED
POWER MODE
ADD RECIPE
GOLD-N-BROWN
MODE
FIND RECIPE
SMOKER MODE
(OPTIONAL)
RETHERM
MODE
CORE
TEMPERATURE
(OPTIONAL)
PREHEAT
FAN SPEED
START
COOL
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COOKING MODE SCREEN IDENTIFICATION
MAIN MENU ICONS
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Press once to initiate power shut down sequence to the
oven. Note: Oven will not shut down during a cooking
cycle. You may need to press harder due to the material
thickness. Firmly press and hold the OFF key for 10
seconds to power down the oven ONLY IF the control has
locked and is unresponsive.
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The oven will operate in the steam mode at a temperature
range of 85°F to 250°F (30°C to 121°C).
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the set cooking temperature, or to check the actual
oven temperature.
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Used to set the required cooking time or recall the set
cooking time.
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Used to set the required internal product temperature,
to recall the internal product temperature set by the
operator, or to display the current internal temperature of
the product.
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Preheats the oven cavity to a temperature set by user.
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Lowers temperature of the oven cavity at an accelerated
pace to temperature set by user.
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Initiates all cooking mode functions and programmed
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mode or programmed procedure currently in progress.
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AUXILIARY FUNCTION ICONS
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Access a menu list of all stored cooking programs.
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Used to reduce kitchen power peaks and
energy consumption.
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compartment (only visible in time mode).
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This indicator will illuminate when the browning
function is set by the operator in a timed or programmed
cooking cycle in any mode. Level 1 provides least amount
of browning, level 6 the most.
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This indicator will illuminate whenever the operator sets
a reduced fan speed to protect products affected by highvelocity air movement.
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programmed menus.
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inject into the cavity as long as the icon is touched.
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temperature of the product.
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EXPRESSTOUCH FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
COOKING MODE
OVEN TEMPERATURE
CORE TEMPERATURE
COOKING TIME
212°F
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STEAM MODE
The Steam mode provides the operator with the ability
to steam, poach, or blanch. This mode will automatically
steam at the boiling point of water; quick-steam above the
boiling point for faster cooking results; or low temperature
steam, below the boiling point, for more delicate products
such as pâté, mousse, seafood, or custard.
PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
Touch the STEAM MODE ICON.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO STEAM AT THE
DISPLAYED SETTINGS.
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TEMPERATURE.
The cooking temperature will appear at the top of
the temperature selection window. Type in desired
temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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The previously set core temperature or oven control
default setting will appear highlighted within the oven
display. Touch the displayed core temperature. The
internal product core temperature will appear at the top
of the temperature selection window. Type in desired
internal product core temperature or use up and down
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green check mark key
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Attach removable probe before activating core
temperature function, and insert into product.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING IN STEAM MODE.
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temperature will appear next to the
operation. To change the set value for core temperature,
icon and make
touch the temperature next to the
changes as required.
When the cooking time has expired or the desired core
temperature has been reached, an alarm will sound
indicating the end of the operating mode.
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the oven door.
or open
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TIME.
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
The cooking time will appear at the top the time selection
window. Type in desired time period or use up and down
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Or, to set Continuous Operation mode, touch the --:-icon and
touch the green check mark key
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TOUCH THE PROBE ICON.
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STEAM MODE CHEF OPERATING TIPS
This mode will steam a full or partial load of a single
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When steaming multiple products, however, individual
product cooking times must be taken into consideration.
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The non-pressurized atmosphere of the Combitherm
also provides the ability to open the door during the
steam mode in order to monitor products more closely
throughout the steaming process.
HIGH TEMP STEAM
Perforated, 2-1/2" deep pans (65mm)
are particularly suitable for use in
this program mode. These pans will
provide a shorter cooking time and
will prevent product over-cooking at
the bottom of the pan.
Separate ice-encrusted vegetables
before steaming to ensure
even cooking.
A variety of products can be steamed
at the same time but attention must
be paid to the different cooking times
required for each food product.
LOW TEMP STEAM
High temperature steaming is
suitable for hearty, root-type
vegetables such as potatoes, turnips,
carrots, and cabbage.
The low temperature steam mode
will function whenever the oven
compartment temperature is below
212°F (100°C).
High temperature steaming
provides a cooking time which is
approximately 10-percent shorter
than the regular steam mode
temperature of 212°F (100°C).
It will take longer to steam products
using the low temperature
steam mode.
Set the steam cooking temperature
between 221°F (105°C) and 230°F
(110°C) for small loads and between
230°F (110°C) and 250°F (121°C) for
full loads.
Steaming sausages in low
temperature steam prevents cracked
or peeling skins.
Use low temperature steam for
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For best results, low temperature
steam all delicate food items at a
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COMBINATION MODE
The Combination mode will prove to be the most versatile
and widely used mode the Combitherm oven has to offer.
It will produce the best possible results on the widest
variety of products — all within the shortest period of
time. The unique control function of this mode enables
the operator to roast or bake with a combination of steam
and convection heat. In addition to shorter cooking times,
this combination of steam and heat offers less product
shrinkage and more moisture retention than obtained in a
standard convection oven.
PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
TOUCH THE COMBINATION MODE ICON.
The last set values or oven control default setting for
temperature and time will appear in the display.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO COOK AT THE
DISPLAYED SETTINGS.
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TEMPERATURE.
The cooking temperature will appear at the top of
the temperature selection window. Type in desired
temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TIME.
The cooking time will appear at the top the time selection
window. Type in desired time period or use up and down
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check mark key
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TOUCH THE PROBE ICON.
The previously set core temperature or oven control
default setting will appear highlighted within the oven
display. Touch the displayed core temperature. The
internal product core temperature will appear at the top
of the temperature selection window. Type in desired
internal product core temperature or use up and down
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green check mark key
Attach removable probe before activating core
temperature function, and insert into product.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING IN COMBINATION MODE.
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appear in the display.
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temperature will appear next to the
icon during
operation. To change the set value for core temperature,
icon and make
touch the temperature next to the
changes as required.
PRESS FOR STEAM INJECTION AT ANY TIME
DURING COOKING. Steam will inject into the cavity
as long as the icon is touched.
When the cooking time has expired or the operator set
internal temperature has been reached, an alarm will
sound indicating the end of the operating mode.
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the oven door.
or open
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
Or, to set Continuous Operation mode, touch the --:-- icon
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COMBINATION MODE CHEF OPERATING TIPS
The Combination mode injects the optimum amount of
steam automatically. There is no need to select moisture
levels. Foods do not dry out. Flavors are retained with no
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Due to automatic steam adjustment, the door can be
opened at any time during a cooking operation. Be
certain to observe the safety warning when opening the
oven door.
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used for baking, broiling, grilling, stewing, braising,
and roasting.
When using the Combination mode, cooking temperatures
can be reduced 10- to 20-percent below the temperatures
used for conventional cooking methods.
Food browning in the Combitherm begins at a cooking
temperature of approximately 250°F (120°C).
A higher cooking temperature results in heavier browning
but also results in greater product weight loss. To achieve
additional browning use the Moisture Vent Key or set
Gold-n-Brown into the product procedure. Gold-n-Brown
is particularly useful for adding color to high moisture
products such as chicken and other poultry items or
for additional browning of full loads and other
moist products.
The Combination mode provides even browning without
the necessity to turn the pans.
For more even cooking, do not cook in pans deeper than
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when cooking at the same temperature used for
convection oven cooking and up to 50- to 60-percent less
time when cooking at the same temperature used for a
conventional oven.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONVECTION MODE
The Convection mode operates with hot circulated air
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For many applications, better results may be
achieved with the Combination mode; therefore, the
operator may want to consider using the Convection
mode on a more limited basis.
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TOUCH THE PROBE ICON.
TOUCH THE CONVECTION MODE ICON.
The previously set core temperature or oven control
default setting will appear highlighted within the oven
display. Touch the displayed core temperature. The
internal product core temperature will appear at the top
of the temperature selection window. Type in desired
internal product core temperature or use up and down
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green check mark key
The last set values or oven control default setting for
temperature and time will appear in the display.
Attach removable probe before activating core
temperature function, and insert into product.
PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO COOK AT THE
DISPLAYED SETTINGS.
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TEMPERATURE.
The cooking temperature will appear at the top of
the temperature selection window. Type in desired
temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TIME.
The cooking time will appear at the top the time selection
window. Type in desired time period or use up and down
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check mark key
Or, to set Continuous Operation mode, touch the --:-- icon
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TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING IN COMBINATION MODE.
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appear in the display.
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temperature will appear next to the
icon during
operation. To change the set value for core temperature,
icon and make
touch the temperature next to the
changes as required.
PRESS FOR STEAM INJECTION AT ANY TIME
DURING COOKING. Steam will inject into the cavity
as long as the icon is touched.
When the cooking time has expired or the operator set
internal temperature has been reached, an alarm will
sound indicating the end of the operating mode.
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the oven door.
or open
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONVECTION MODE CHEF OPERATING TIPS
The Convection Mode can be used to roast or bake
products needing very short cooking times or for high
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for browning the surface of the product.
The Convection mode works best with foods containing
little moisture or for very moist food which require a
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temperature as required.
A higher cooking temperature results in heavier browning
but also results in greater product weight loss. To achieve
additional browning use the Moisture Vent Key or set the
Browning Feature into the product procedure.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
RETHERM MODE
The Retherm mode operates with hot circulated air within
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PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
TOUCH THE RETHERM MODE ICON.
The last set values or oven control default setting for
temperature and time will appear in the display.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO COOK AT THE
DISPLAYED SETTINGS.
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TOUCH THE PROBE ICON.
The previously set core temperature or oven control
default setting will appear highlighted within the oven
display. Touch the displayed core temperature. The
internal product core temperature will appear at the top
of the temperature selection window. Type in desired
internal product core temperature or use up and down
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green check mark key
Attach removable probe before activating core
temperature function, and insert into product.
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TEMPERATURE.
The cooking temperature will appear at the top of
the temperature selection window. Type in desired
temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TIME.
The cooking time will appear at the top the time selection
window. Type in desired time period or use up and down
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check mark key
Or, to set Continuous Operation mode, touch the --:-- icon
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TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING IN COMBINATION MODE.
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appear in the display.
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temperature will appear next to the
icon during
operation. To change the set value for core temperature,
icon and make
touch the temperature next to the
changes as required.
PRESS FOR STEAM INJECTION AT ANY TIME
DURING COOKING. Steam will inject into the cavity
as long as the icon is touched.
When the cooking time has expired or the operator set
internal temperature has been reached, an alarm will
sound indicating the end of the operating mode.
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the oven door.
or open
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
RETHERM MODE CHEF OPERATING TIPS
Since plated meals consist of dissimilar products, there
are several important factors to consider in order to
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thickness, quantity of product on each plate, and quantity
of plates all relate to the length of time necessary to
reheat. Again, experience is the best method to determine
reheating time. Once the time has been determined and
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for future reheating times.
HELPFUL HINTS FOR REHEATING
ON THE PLATE
RETHERMALIZING PREFABRICATED AND
VACUUM-PACKED FROZEN FOODS
For bulk product rethermalization, completely defrost
product bags in walk-in cooler. DO NOT REMOVE
PRODUCT FROM THE BAG. Load thawed bags in
preheated oven and rethermalize in the Low Temperature
Steam mode until the required internal temperature is
reached. Place rethermalized bags in a preheated
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ready for service.
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AT THE SAME TIME.
À LA CARTE RETHERMALIZATION
À la carte rethermalization is designed to take a single
plate from a refrigerated temperature to serving
temperature for immediate service. Plates are prepared
in advance, covered, and refrigerated. Preheat the
Combitherm oven. Remove plate from refrigeration and
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or 300°F (150°C) for a covered plate. Plates with meat
components will take more time than plates containing
all vegetable components. Follow internal temperature
requirements for reheating and allow for override time.
After reheating, remove the plate from the oven, add any
sauces, garnish, and serve. This process can be repeated
as required.
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that the Combitherm oven be dedicated to the
rethermalization process during serving hours.
PLATE COVERS MUST BE USED FOR ON-THE-PLATE REGENERATION.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BROILING MODE (OPTIONAL)
The Broiler mode operates with an overhead broiling
element perfect for @4_*'"$%#%"*!'+";!
broiling sandwiches, nachos, soups, and desserts.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING IN BROILER MODE.
PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
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will appear in the display.
TOUCH THE BROILER MODE ICON.
When the cooking time has expired, an alarm will sound
indicating the end of the operating mode.
The last set values or oven control default setting for
time will appear in the display. _ _ _ _ F will appear
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the oven door.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO COOK AT THE
DISPLAYED SETTINGS.
or open
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
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TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TIME.
The cooking time will appear at the top the time selection
window. Type in desired time period or use up and down
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check mark key
Or, to set Continuous Operation mode, touch the --:-- icon
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NOTE: Broiler mode does not allow the use of any auxiliary functions, such as smoking, Delta-T, water injection,
energy levels, browning levels or shelf timers. Broiler mode will default to a fan speed of 50%.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 18
EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CORE TEMPERATURE PROBE MODE (OPTIONAL)
As an alternative to timer operation, the Core
Temperature Probe mode can be used in conjunction
with any program mode to cook by sensing internal
product temperature using the included probe. For a more
accurate internal temperature, an optional, specialized,
Combitherm product probe senses temperature from four
strategic points and displays a temperature average.
PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
ATTACH REMOVABLE PROBE BEFORE ACTIVATING
CORE TEMPERATURE FUNCTION, AND INSERT
INTO PRODUCT.
The probe must be inserted so that the tip is positioned
in the center of the food mass. For liquid or semi-liquid
foods, suspend the probe in the center of the product and
secure the probe wire to the edge of the container.
TOUCH T‰^ˆ€‰†]“€Š‡†€].
The last set values or oven control default setting for
temperature and time will appear in the display.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO COOK AT THE
DISPLAYED SETTINGS, OR
TOUCH THE DISPLAYED TEMPERATURE.
The cooking temperature will appear at the top of
the temperature selection window. Type in desired
temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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key
TOUCH THE PROBE ICON.
The previously set core temperature or default setting
will appear highlighted within the oven display. Touch
the displayed core temperature. The internal product core
temperature will appear at the top of the temperature
selection window. Type in desired internal product
core temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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key
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING.
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icon during operation. To change the set
next to the
value for core temperature, touch the temperature next
icon and make changes as required.
to the
PRESS FOR STEAM INJECTION AT ANY TIME
DURING COOKING. Steam will inject into the cavity
as long as the icon is touched.
When the operator-set internal temperature has been
reached, an alarm will sound indicating the end of the
operating mode.
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the oven door.
or open
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
NOTE: CALIBRATE THE EXPRESSTOUCH
OVEN PROBE
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water and place inside the combi oven.
Insert probe into the pitcher of ice water.
Check the temperature by selecting the “probe”
button on the cooking mode menu.
Once the temperature reading is 35 degrees,
touch the back arrow button in the lower left
hand corner of the screen to return to the main
menu screen.
Touch the “Settings” button.
Touch the “Probe” button.
Adjust the temperature control back 3 degrees
using the minus key, then touch the back arrow to
return to the “Settings” screen.
The probe has now been calibrated to the
correct temperature.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 19
EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DELTA-T CORE TEMPERATURE COOKING MODE (OPTIONAL)
This special program function cooks by internal product
temperature with the use of the probe. Unlike the
standard core temperature mode however, the Delta-T
oven temperature automatically increases in direct
proportion to the internal temperature of the product.
The Delta-T mode can be used with both convection
and combination modes, providing a more gentle method
of cooking. Browning occurs toward the end of the
cooking cycle.
TOUCH THE ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN
ON.
INSERT PROBE INTO PRODUCT.
The probe must be inserted so that the tip is positioned
in the center of the food mass. For liquid or semi-liquid
foods, suspend the probe in the center of the product and
secure the probe wire to the edge of the container.
TOUCH T‰^ˆ€‰†]“€Š‡†€].
The last set values or oven control default setting for
temperature and time will appear in the display.
TOUCH THE PROBE ICON.
The previously set core temperature or default setting
will appear highlighted within the oven display. Touch
the displayed core temperature. The internal product core
temperature will appear at the top of the temperature
selection window. Type in desired internal product
core temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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key
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TOUCH THE DELTA-T ICON THAT APPEARS
IN THE LOWER RIGHT CORNER OF THE
TOUCH SCREEN.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING.
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icon during operation. To change the set
next to the
value for core temperature, touch the temperature next
icon and make changes as required.
to the
PRESS FOR STEAM INJECTION AT ANY TIME
DURING COOKING. Each push of the icon will
release one pulse of steam.
When the operator-set internal temperature has been
reached, a alarm will sound indicating the end of the
operating mode.
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the oven door.
or open
TO STOP COOKING PROGRAM AT ANY TIME,
PRESS RED STOP ICON.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 20
EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COMBISMOKER® PROCEDURES
LOAD WOOD CHIPS
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If you would like assistance, you are invited
to contact an Alto-Shaam corporate chef for
recommendations.
AVAILABLE FROM ALTO-SHAAM
WOOD CHIPS
20 pound bulk packs
Apple
Hickory
Cherry
Sugar Maple
THE TOTAL WEIGHT OF
WOOD CHIP BULK PACKS
MAY VARY DUE TO HIGH
MOISTURE CONTENT
WHEN PACKAGED.
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WC-2829
WC-22541
WC-22545
NOTE: Always keep the oven door closed whenever
operating the smoking function.
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CAUTION
DO NOT OPEN THE OVEN DOOR DURING THE
SMOKING FUNCTION. The introduction of outside
air in the oven compartment may cause the wood
chips to flame.
THE USE OF IMPROPER MATERIALS FOR
THE SMOKING FUNCTION COULD RESULT IN
DAMAGE, HAZARD, EQUIPMENT FAILURE,
OR COULD REDUCE THE OVERALL LIFE
OF THE OVEN.
DO NOT USE SAWDUST FOR SMOKING.
DO NOT USE WOOD CHIPS SMALLER
THAN THUMBNAIL SIZE.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 21
EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COMBISMOKER® PROCEDURES
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RETHERMMODE
CAUTION
METAL PARTS OF THIS EQUIPMENT
BECOME EXTREMELY HOT WHEN
IN OPERATION. TO AVOID BURNS,
ALWAYS USE HAND PROTECTION
WHEN OPERATING THIS APPLIANCE.
PRESS ON BUTTON TO POWER OVEN ON.
COLD SMOKING PROCEDURES
TOUCH THE DESIRED COOKING MODE ICON,
COMBINATION OR CONVECTION.
PRESS CONVECTION COOKING MODE ICON.
TO CHANGE THE DISPLAYED SETTINGS:
TO CHANGE THE DISPLAYED SETTINGS:
TOUCH THE AREA TO THE RIGHT OF THE
TEMPERATURE ICON.
TYPE IN DESIRED TEMPERATURE.
TOUCH THE AREA TO THE RIGHT OF THE
TEMPERATURE ICON.
TYPE IN 32°F OR 0°C.
TO COOK BY TIME:
TO COOK BY TIME:
TOUCH THE AREA TO THE RIGHT OF THE
TIME ICON.
TOUCH THE AREA TO THE RIGHT OF THE
TIME ICON.
TYPE IN DESIRED TIME.
TYPE IN DESIRED TIME.
TO ACTIVATE COMBISMOKE:
TO ACTIVATE COMBISMOKE:
PRESS AUXILIARY FUNCTION SMOKING ICON.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO BEGIN SMOKING.
PRESS AUXILIARY FUNCTION SMOKING ICON.
PLACE A PAN OF ICE ON A SHELF BELOW THE
PRODUCT.
TOUCH THE START ICON TO BEGIN SMOKING.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
VENTLESS HOOD MODEL
The Ventless Hood option is factory installed
directly on the top of the Alto-Shaam Combitherm
oven. The hood is designed to vent clean air back
into the kitchen, filtering vapors and grease. A
high-power fan draws steam and fumes into the
hood intake and out the top surface exhaust vent.
Fumes and vapors are circulated through filters.
An activated charcoal filter cleans the air before
venting it out the top of the hood.
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oven power DE.
FILTER DOOR LATCH
Using a coin or screwdriver,
turn to open; reverse procedure
to close and latch.
Hood and oven will not operate
unless this is closed properly.
INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator light does not
illuminate, the filters may be
missing or not properly aligned.
Check them for proper positioning.
Ventless hood and oven will not
operate unless the hood is closed
properly.
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order to evacuate steam and greaseladen air from the oven interior, this
mechanism prevents the operator
from fully opening the oven door for
20 seconds. Longer wait times can
be programmed into the control. The
mechanism automatically disengages
at the end of a pre-set time allowing
full door extension.
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release is to be used ONLY if
the timed latch mechanism is
not working or in the event of a
power outage. Repeated use of the
emergency release may damage
the switching mechanism. Latch is
located on the right side of the oven,
toward the back.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
All auxiliary functions can be engaged at any time during
any cooking mode and can be programmed into cooking
procedures. At the end of a cooking mode or program, the
oven automatically disengages all auxiliary functions.
PREHEATING FEATURE
SELECT DESIRED COOKING MODE.
PRESS PREHEAT ICON.
The preheat temperature will appear at the top of the
preheat temperature selection window. Type in desired
temperature or use up and down arrows to adjust
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key
When the preheat temperature has been reached, a
alarm will sound indicating the end of the preheat
function. To stop the alarm, touch the red stop
icon . The preheat temperature will be maintained
if the stop icon is not pressed.
GOLD-N-BROWN FEATURE
The browning feature is an automatic function designed
to regulate humidity to provide additional color to
products as needed. This feature is particularly useful
for adding color to high moisture products such as
chicken and other poultry items, or for additional
browning of full loads and other moist products. In
addition, this feature may be used to add texture to
fried items such as french fries or breaded chicken.
Gold-n-Brown can be used in any cooking mode and
can be programmed into a cooking procedure.
Browning can be used for any product. Depending on the
type of product and product load, the browning feature
may also slightly increase the set cooking time in order to
fully complete the browning function. This is a standard
operating condition of this feature.
TOUCH THE GOLD-N-BROWN ICON.
Choose the desired
Gold-n-Brown level. (Level 1 provides least amount
of browning, level 6 the most.) After a level has been
selected, the previous screen will be displayed and the
Gold-n-Brown icon will be highlighted.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING.
The oven will engage the browning feature in the cooking
mode set by the operator. Gold-N-Brown can be used in
steam mode to reduce moisture.
OVEN COOL DOWN FEATURE
The cool-down feature provides the operator with the
ability to lower the temperature of the oven compartment
at an accelerated pace. This function is useful when it is
necessary to immediately change from a high temperature
cooking function to a lower temperature function or to the
steam program. This function is also useful to help cool
the oven compartment in preparation for cleaning.
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SELECT DESIRED COOKING MODE.
The cool down temperature will appear at the top of
the cool down temperature selection window. Type in
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or use up and down arrows to adjust temperature. When
to
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ADJUST TEMPERATURE AND TIME SETTINGS.
OPEN OVEN DOOR.
A alarm will sound indicating the end of the cool down
to stop the alarm.
function. Touch the red stop icon
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
REDUCED FAN SPEED
MULTI-SHELF TIMER
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affected by a high velocity of air movement.
The multi-shelf timer allows the operator to program
alarm times for the oven shelves. This can be one common
time for all shelves or individual times.
SELECT DESIRED COOKING MODE AND SET
MODE FUNCTIONS.
SET COOKING MODE, TEMPERATURE AND TIME.
The time set by the user will be the default time for the
shelf timers.
PRESS FAN SPEED ICON.
The FAN SPEED icon toggles between 100% and 50%.
Broiler mode defaults to a fan speed of 50%.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING.
TOUCH THE MULTI-SHELF TIMER ICON.
ADJUST TIME SETTINGS FOR EACH SHELF AND
TO
PRESS GREEN CHECK MARK KEY
CONFIRM CHANGE.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON FOR
EACH INDIVIDUAL SHELF. The unit will immediately
start running in continuous operation mode.
REDUCED POWER
The reduced power function can be used to reduce kitchen
power peaks and energy consumption.
SELECT DESIRED COOKING MODE AND SET
MODE FUNCTIONS (127$33/,&$%/(72%52,/(502'().
When time expires for a shelf, the time background will
turn red and an alarm will sound.
RED STOP ICON
OPEN THE DOOR OR TOUCH THE
TO SILENCE ALARM. Remove food as appropriate.
PRESS REDUCED POWER ICON.
The REDUCED POWER icon will be highlighted.
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN COOKING.
STEAM INJECTION
Press to add moisture while in any cooking mode.
Steam will inject into the cavity as long as the icon
is touched.
The oven will operate with reduced power in whatever
cooking mode is set by the operator.
NOTE: Reduced power will result in
longer cooking times.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PREPROGRAMMED RECIPES
The ExpressTouch Combitherm comes preprogrammed
with more than 100 recipes covering most commonly
prepared food items. ExpressTouch also allows you to
save up to 250 of your recipes.
Navigate to desired recipe icon using NEXT and
PREVIOUS SCREEN arrows. Press recipe description for
desired recipe. Cooking steps will start immediately. (See
24-33 for a list of all preprogrammed recipes.)
Select RECIPE MODE from any screen.
MAIN MENU SCREEN
COOKING MODE MENU
345°F
1:43 45
225°F
RECIPE
MODE
RECIPE
MODE
RECIPE MENU
STORED
RECIPES
1
Asparagus - Fresh
2
Asparagus - Frozen
3
Bacon
4
Baked Fish - Fresh
5
Baked Potatoes
1...12
6
Bakery retherm
7
Beef Roast - Cook & Hold
8
Beef Rounds - by Core Temp
9
Beef Rounds - by Time
10
Beef Short Ribs
11
Beef Tenderloin
12
Beef Tri-tips
RECIPE RANGE
DISPLAYED ON
SCREEN
PREVIOUS &
NEXT SCREEN
PREVIOUS
SCREEN
EDIT
RECIPES
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
RECIPE PROGRAMMING VIA THE TOUCHSCREEN
ADD A RECIPE
EDIT A RECIPE
The recipe programming function allows the operator
to program a cooking procedure using multiple cooking
modes and any auxiliary functions desired. Recipes
remain programmed until deleted by the operator.
To edit an existing default or user-programmed recipe:
1. Select any cooking mode.
2.
1.
Select RECIPE SETTINGS MODE from the Recipe
Menu. The touch screen background will turn red to
indicate that the user is in EDIT MODE.
2. Touch the recipe to be edited. Selected recipe will
be outlined.
Click ADD RECIPE icon.
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temperature, time and probe setting will be displayed.
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as desired.
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Gold-N-Brown, etc.)
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programming screen.
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recipe will be displayed.
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Click
DELETE RECIPE to remove recipe.
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CONFIRM CHANGES. A keyboard will
5. Press
appear. Edit the title as appropriate.
CONFIRM CHANGES at the bottom of
Press
the keyboard.
6. Press
CONFIRM CHANGES at the bottom of the
touch screen to exit EDIT RECIPE mode.
_%Z'$**'ZZ%'€"Z4"'?%!%Z%%++
CONFIRM CHANGES icon.
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the list.
11. Touch the newly saved recipe icon. Cooking steps in
recipe will immediately start.
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EXPRESSTOUCH OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
HACCP ACCESS
The ExpressTouch Combitherm meets the requirements
of established HACCP criteria by providing automated
sampling, record keeping, set-point validation, recipe
used, dates and time. Data is captured when Core
Temperature Probe cooking method is chosen. This
information can be downloaded to a USB drive and then
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1. To download the data collected, remove the cap of a
USB port located on the side of the oven and insert the
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by the Combitherm, a question mark will appear on
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call Alto-Shaam Service.
2.
PRESS TO DOWNLOAD INFORMATION.
3.
WAIT FOR THE ICON TO CHANGE FROM
LOADING TO COMPLETE.
PRESS TO CONFIRM TRANSFER.
NOTE: You can access this information from the
Upload/Download Screen. See illustrations on page
6 for navigation.
CAUTION: The CombiOven USB port is not
recommended for use with personal
hand held devices.
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CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 38
SIMPLE CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONTROL PANEL IDENTIFICATION
Set Oven
Temperature
Oven Temperature
display area
Steam Key
OVEN COOL DOWN
Combination Key
UP/INCREASE
Convection Key
DOWN/DECREASE
Cleaning Key
START/STOP
Set Cook
Time
Cook Time
display area
The Steam mode provides the operator with the ability
to steam, poach, or blanch. This mode will automatically
steam at the boiling point of water; quick-steam above the
boiling point for faster cooking results; or low temperature
steam, below the boiling point, for more delicate products
such as pâté, mousse, seafood, or custard.
The Combination mode will prove to be the most
versatile and widely used mode the Combitherm oven
has to offer. It will produce the best possible results on
the widest variety of products — all within the shortest
period of time. The unique control function of this mode
enables the operator to roast or bake with a combination
of steam and convection heat. In addition to shorter
cooking times, this combination of steam and heat offers
less product shrinkage and more moisture retention than
obtained in a standard convection oven.
The Convection mode operates with hot circulated air
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For many applications, better results may be
achieved with the Combination mode; therefore, the
operator may want to consider using the Convection
mode on a more limited basis.
Cook by Probe
setting
-2'5 B
Cooking process must be inactive
Press "Cool Down" button until LED lights (LED
remains ON while in Cool Down mode)
Press "Decrease Value" or "Increase Value" to adjust
cool down temperature
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cool down temperature
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(30° - 300°C)
Press "Start/Stop" until LED lights to accept cool
down temperature and initiate cool down process
Door must be open to start cool down process;
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is not open
Cook temperature display area will display set cool
down temperature
Cook time display area will display current cool
down temperature
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Press "Set Cooking Temperature", "Decrease Value"
and "Increase Value" buttons simultaneously for
1 second
Cooking temperature display area will display last
value "C" or "F"; Display will alternate between "C"
and "F" every 2 seconds
Press "Start/Stop" key when the display is showing
the desired value ("C" or "F")
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SIMPLE CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Turn on and preheat the oven
Alto-Shaam recommends preheating the Combitherm before cooking.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
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DANGER
RUBBER GLOVES MUST BE WORN WHEN USING
COMBICLEAN TABLETS OR SPRAY OVEN CLEANER.
DANGER
PROTECTIVE EYE WEAR MUST BE WORN
WHEN USING SPRAY OVEN CLEANER.
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FIRST AID:
Unauthorized cleaning agents may discolor or harm
interior surfaces of the oven. Read and understand
label and material safety data sheet before using the
oven cleaner.
8B Flush with water. Remove contaminated clothing
and do not re-wear until washed. If irritation persists see
a physician.
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PRECAUTIONS:
- Do not take internally.
- Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
- Use rubber gloves when using this product.
- Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
- Avoid mixing with strong, concentrated acids.
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physician immediately.
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immediately and do not return until dust is settled. If
irritation persists, see a physician.
+9B Drink large quantities of milk or water. DO
NOT INDUCE VOMITING. See a physician immediately.
PROTECTIVE PACKAGING OF TABLETS WILL
BEGIN TO DISSOLVE ONTO SKIN IF HANDLED
WITH DAMP OR WET HANDS.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 41
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
In addition to the routine cleaning and maintenance
procedures, there are several additional steps to be
taken for both sanitation and to keep the oven running
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Fats and solids will eventually coagulate in the drain
system, causing blockage. Consequently, water
will back-up into the condenser and interior oven
compartment, resulting in an oven that is inoperable.
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The routine removal of solids from the drain screen will
help prevent blockage.
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harm the interior surfaces of the oven.
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The acids and related compounds found in fat,
particularly chicken fat, will weaken the composition of
the gasket unless cleaned on a daily basis. Wipe with a
hot, soapy cloth.
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An open door will relieve the pressure on the door gasket.
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Open oven door to relieve tension. Clean all parts of
the hinge.
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The probe cable should not be placed near the broiler
element at the top of the oven.
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WASTERECEPTACLE
DANGER
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR BE STEAM CLEANED,
HOSED DOWN, OR FLOODED WITH
WATER OR LIQUID SOLUTION OF
ANY KIND. DO NOT USE WATER JET
TO CLEAN.
SEVERE DAMAGE OR
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
COULD RESULT.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID IF
APPLIANCE IS FLOODED
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 42
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CLEANING AND PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
PROTECTING STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES
It is important to guard against corrosion
in the care of stainless steel
surfaces. Harsh, corrosive,
or inappropriate chemicals
can completely destroy the
protective surface layer
CLEANING AGENTS
Use non-abrasive cleaning products designed for
use on stainless steel surfaces. Cleaning agents
must be chloride-free compounds and must not
contain quaternary salts. Never use hydrochloric
acid (muriatic acid) on stainless steel surfaces.
Always use the proper cleaning agent at the
of stainless steel. Abrasive
pads, steel wool, or metal implements will abrade
surfaces causing damage to this protective coating
manufacturer's recommended strength.
Contact your local cleaning supplier for
product recommendations.
and will eventually result in areas of corrosion.
Even water, particularly hard water that contains
high to moderate concentrations of chloride, will
cause oxidation and pitting that result in rust
CLEANING MATERIALS
and corrosion. In addition, many acidic foods
spilled and left to remain on metal surfaces are
contributing factors that will corrode surfaces.
Proper cleaning agents, materials, and
methods are vital to maintaining the appearance
and life of this appliance. Spilled foods should be
removed and the area wiped as soon as possible
but at the very least, a minimum of once a day.
The cleaning function can usually be accomplished
with the proper cleaning agent and a soft, clean
cloth. When more aggressive methods must be
employed, use a non-abrasive scouring pad on
difficult areas and make certain to scrub with the
visible grain of surface metal to avoid surface
scratches. Never use wire brushes, metal scouring
pads, or scrapers to remove food residue.
Always thoroughly rinse surfaces after using a
cleaning agent and wipe standing water as quickly
as possible after rinsing.
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TO PROTECT STAINLESS STEEL
SURFACES, COMPLETELY AVOID
THE USE OF ABRASIVE CLEANING
COMPOUNDS, CHLORIDE BASED
CLEANERS, OR CLEANERS
CONTAINING QUATERNARY SALTS.
NEVER USE HYDROCHLORIC ACID
(MURIATIC ACID) ON STAINLESS
STEEL. NEVER USE WIRE
BRUSHES, METAL SCOURING
PADS OR SCRAPERS.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 43
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CLEANING SCHEDULE
DAILY GASKET CLEANING
It is important to prolong the life of the oven gasket
by cleaning on a daily basis. Routine cleaning will
help protect the gasket from deterioration caused by
acidic foods.
1. Allow the oven to cool, then wipe the gasket
and crevices with clean cloth soaked in warm
detergent solution.
DAILY OVEN CLEANING
To be performed at the end of the production day or
between production shifts.
CLEANING CYCLE NEEDED AFTER SMOKING
To prevent the transfer of smoke residue to non-smoked
products, a cleaning cycle is required before cooking
non-smoked items.
2. Wipe the gasket and crevices with a cloth and clean
rinse water.
Do not attempt to remove gasket or place
in the dishwasher.
MONTHLY CLEANING
1. Spray Head
2. Water Intake Filters
PROBE USAGE AND CLEANING
After each use of the CORE TEMP mode, wipe the probe
tip with a clean paper towel to remove food debris. Follow
by wiping the probe with a disposable alcohol pad. Return
the probe to the proper door bracket position. The probe
cable should not be placed near the broiler element at the
top of the oven.
3. Drain Pipe
1
WATER INLET
3/4" G
2
Probe Cleaning Procedures
1. Remove all food debris from probe between loads and
at the end of each production shift. Wipe the entire
probe, probe cable assembly, and probe holding bracket
with a clean cloth and warm detergent solution.
2. Remove detergent by wiping the probe, cable, and
bracket with a cloth and clean rinse water.
3. Wipe probe and probe bracket with disposable alcohol
pad or sanitizing solution recommended for food
contact surfaces.
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holding bracket. The probe cable should not be placed
near the broiler element at the top of the oven.
5. Wipe the probe with a disposable alcohol pad prior to
inserting into a new food product.
HAND SPRAYER VALVE
REQUIRES ADDITIONAL
WATER SUPPLY
3
1-1/2" DRAIN
TANK
CLEAN-OUT
DANGER
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR BE STEAM CLEANED,
HOSED DOWN, OR FLOODED WITH
WATER OR LIQUID SOLUTION OF
ANY KIND. DO NOT USE WATER JET
TO CLEAN.
SEVERE DAMAGE OR
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
COULD RESULT.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID IF
APPLIANCE IS FLOODED
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 44
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
VENTLESS HOOD MODEL
TOP EXHAUST VENT
FI LT E R T R A C K
F I L T E R SW I T C H
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B The charcoal filter should be
inspected for contaminant's on a regular basis.
Replacement must be made at a minimum of
three month intervals — more often if heavy
contaminant's are visible or if the filter no
longer controls odors.
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B Cleaning frequency should be
based on oven usage with a maximum of two
weeks between cleaning if the oven is used for
non-grease laden products or steam applications
only. Grease laden products require cleaning
frequency of at least once a week.
Remove the grease filter by pulling it straight
out of the housing. Place the filter in the
dishwasher or wash separately by placing in
hot, soapy water until all grease and particles
have been removed. Rinse thoroughly. Allow
the filter to air dry before reinstalling.
To remove the charcoal filter, pull and slide out.
When replacing the filter, ensure that the filter
clip is in place at rear of the filter. Make certain
the air flow arrow(s) point toward the hood fan
(back of unit), and that the filter is replaced
using the filter track in the metal back plate
provided with the hood.
To replace the grease filter, the metal handles
on the filter casing should be facing toward the
front of the unit.
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CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 45
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
EXPRESSTOUCH WITH COMBICLEAN OPTION
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and heavy-duty cleaning. CombiClean® tablets or
Combitherm liquid spray cleaner may be used. Side racks
and shelves may remain inside oven during cleaning.
Remove solid wastes from the bottom of the oven and the
drain screen to prevent blockage.
B If a power outage were to occur during
any of the cleaning cycles, the oven will
begin a six (6) minute forced-rinse cycle.
SELECT CLEANING MODE FROM ANY SCREEN.
NOTE: If oven is too hot to safely clean, an oven with red
interior will appear on the screen and the cool
down function is automatically activated. Allow
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CLEANING MODE MENU
SELECT DESIRED LEVEL OF CLEANING.
RINSE (20 MINUTES)
LIGHT (30 MINUTES)
NORMAL (1 HOUR 21 MINUTES)
HEAVY-DUTY (2 HOURS 6 MINUTES)
INSERT APPROPRIATE NUMBER OF &20%,&/($1
TABLETS as directed by touchscreen or spray interior of
oven with combitherm liquid spray cleaner. User may
add one additional tablet in either normal or heavy duty
modes for particularly dirty ovens.
COMBI CLEANER REQUIREMENT
The number of required CombiClean
tabs is shown.
WATER
ON
WATER
OFF
PREVIOUS
SCREEN
START
PRESS WATER ON ICON TO CONFIRM
THAT WATER SUPPLY IS TURNED ON.
OVEN TOO HOT WARNING
Must allow oven to cool down before inserting
CombiClean tabs or spraying with cleaner
TOUCH THE GREEN START ARROW ICON TO
BEGIN CLEANING.
Oven beeps when cleaning is finished.
Leave door slightly ajar.
CLEANING IN PROCESS
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 46
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
SIMPLE CONTROL WITH COMBICLEAN
OPTION
One (1) heavy-duty cleaning cycle (2 hours 5 minutes) is
offered. CombiClean® tablets or Combitherm liquid
spray cleaner may be used. Side racks and shelves may
remain inside oven during cleaning. Remove solid wastes
from the bottom of the oven and the drain screen to
prevent blockage.
B If a power outage were to occur during
any portion of the cleaning cycle, the oven will
begin a six (6) minute forced-rinse cycle.
Cook temperature display area will display “RIN”.
Cook time display area will display “-.--”
SELECT CLEANING MODE.
Cooking temperature display area will display "CLn".
Cooking time display area will display "6" - referring to
the number of cleaning tablets to insert.
Lift interior oven drain screen and insert six (6)
&20%,&/($1TABLETS or spray interior of oven with
Combitherm liquid spray cleaner. User may add one
additional tablet for particularly dirty ovens.
Close oven door.
Press
key until the LED lights to begin cleaning cycle.
Cooking temperature display area will display "CLn".
Cooking time display area will display time remaining.
NOTE: If oven is too hot to safely clean, "door" will
Oven beeps when cleaning is finished. Leave door
appear on the screen and the cool down
slightly ajar.
function is automatically activated. Open the
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before cleaning.
Oven Temperature
display area
Cleaning Key
START/STOP
Cook Time
display area
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 47
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CLEANING - WITHOUT COMBICLEAN PROGRAM
The CT Express Combitherm can be ordered without the CombiClean® option.
Combitherm liquid spray cleaner should be used.
NOTE: If oven is too hot to safely clean, touch the cool down function key
to activate.
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Side racks and shelves may remain inside oven during cleaning. Remove solid wastes
from the bottom of the oven and the drain screen to prevent blockage.
Wearing safety glasses and rubber gloves, generously spray the interior oven surfaces
with an even coating of Combitherm Liquid Oven Cleaner. Spray all built in components,
shelves, and side racks. Spray both sides of the oven.
t Securely close the oven door and let the solution stand for a minimum of 10 minutes.
t Press Power
t Press Steam
t Set Time
on.
.
for ten minutes.
t Oven beeps for 3 minutes at the end of the steam cycle or until the door is opened or
until a cook mode button is pressed.
t Open door.
t Make certain to thoroughly rinse all surfaces to remove any cleaning solution residue.
Use a non-abrasive cleaning pad for any problem areas.
t Replace the side racks and shelves.
t Wipe door gasket with a hot, soapy cloth.
Wipe again with a clean rinse cloth.
Leave door slightly ajar to air dry.
DANGER
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR BE STEAM CLEANED,
HOSED DOWN, OR FLOODED WITH
WATER OR LIQUID SOLUTION OF
ANY KIND. DO NOT USE WATER JET
TO CLEAN.
SEVERE DAMAGE OR
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
COULD RESULT.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID IF
APPLIANCE IS FLOODED
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 48
TROUBLESHOOTING
EMERGENCY OPERATION MODE
If the oven malfunctions, an error code will appear in the
display. In the event of an error, the Combitherm may be
operated on a limited basis. Error conditions under which
continued operation is possible are indicated by “Yes”
in the chart on the next page. To operate the oven in the
event of an error code:
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The icons that begin to flash represent operational
modes that are still usable.
SELECT ONE OF THE AVAILABLE COOKING MODES.
SET THE OVEN CONTROLS AS IF OPERATING UNDER
NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES.
Depending on the error code involved, oven function,
such as temperature range, may be limited.
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The Combitherm will return to normal operation when
the oven fault is corrected.
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 49
TROUBLESHOOTING
EMERGENCY OPERATION MODE (CONTINUED)
ERROR CODES
When the oven malfunctions, an error code will appear in the display.
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The icons that begin to flash represent operational modes that are still usable.
When the oven fault is corrected, the Combitherm will return to normal operation.
Model
Error
Code
Display Shows
Mode
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Steam
Combination
Convection
Retherm
E01
Low Water Boiler
Yes
No
No
No
To 365°F/185°C
No
E02
Control Temp High
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E03
Fan Motor Error
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E04
Fan Motor 2 Error
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E11
Convection Temperature High
Yes
Yes
BOILER UNITS
ONLY
No
No
No
E13
Boiler Temperature High
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E15
Condenser Temperature High
Yes
Yes
No
No
To 356°F/180°C
No
E20
B11 Core Temperature Probe Single Point
Fault - HACCP only
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E21
N6 Cavity Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
BOILER UNITS
ONLY
No
No
No
E22
B10 Core Temp Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
BY TIME ONLY
BY TIME ONLY
BY TIME ONLY
BY TIME ONLY
E23
B4 Boiler Probe Fault
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
E24
B5 Bypass Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
E25
B3 Condenser Probe Fault
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
To 356°F/180°C
No
E26
N8 Boiler Safety Temperature Probe Fault
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
E27
Boiler Element Temperature High
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E34
Steam Generator Drain Pump Fault
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
E36
Steam Temperature High
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E51
No Water in Boiler
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
E53
Fan Motor High Temperature
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E54
Fan Motor 2 High Temperature
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E55
Vent Not Open
Yes
Yes
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
Yes
(NO BROWNING)
E57
No Rinse Water
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
E93
Communication Error FROM Display Board
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
E94
Communication Error TO Display Board
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 50
TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR CODES
This section is provided for the assistance of qualified technicians only and is not intended for use by
untrained or unauthorized service personnel. If your Alto-Shaam ® unit is not operating properly, check the
following before calling your Authorized Alto-Shaam Service Agent:
☛ Check that unit is receiving power. Circuit breaker turned on?
Do not attempt to repair or service the oven beyond this point. Contact Alto-Shaam for the nearest
authorized service agent. Repairs made by any other service agents without prior authorization by
Alto-Shaam will void the warranty on the unit.
When the oven malfunctions, an error code will appear in the display.
PRESS THE START ICON TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE ERROR.
The icons that begin to flash represent operational modes that are still usable.
When the oven fault is corrected, the Combitherm will return to normal operation.
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Cause
E01
Low Water Boiler
Low water level in boiler
— Water supply is shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Generator drain cap/hose missing or leaking.
— Generator drain pump is defective.
— Generator drain pump elbow leaking.
— Fill solenoid not energized.
— Fill solenoid faulty.
— Wiring or connection error at the solenoid or the
relay board.
— Water level probe connection/wiring error at probe
or relay board.
— Water level probe requires descaling and/or
replacement.
E02
Control Temperature High
Relay board surface
temperature too high
— Cooling fan(s) not being energized.
— Cooling fan(s) faulty.
— Wiring/connection error at cooling fan(s).
— Faulty relay board.
E03
Convection Fan Motor Error
Convection fan motor failure
— Motor VFD not energized.
— No input signal to VFD from relay board.
— Motor VFD faulty, not outputting to motor after input
signal received.
— Motor fan wheel blocked/obstructed.
— Connection/wiring error at VFD, motor, hall effect
sensor, relay board.
— Faulty motor.
E04
Lower Convection Fan Motor
Error
Lower convection fan motor
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— Motor VFD not energized.
— No input signal to VFD from relay board.
— Motor VFD faulty, not outputting to motor after input
signal received.
— Motor fan wheel blocked/obstructed.
— Connection/wiring error at VFD, motor, hall effect
sensor, relay board.
— Faulty motor.
E05
VFD Comm Failure
VFD communications have
stopped
— Loss of power to VFD.
— VFD malfunction.
— CAN cable disconnected.
— CAN address not correct on VFD.
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CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 51
TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
E11
Convection Temperature
High
Oven cavity temperature N6
too high
— Convection element contactor stuck closed/on.
— Faulty oven temperature probe connection at relay
board.
— Faulty N6 oven temperature probe.
— Faulty relay board.
E13
Boiler Temperature High
Steam generator temperature
too hot
— Immersion element is not submersed in water due
to scale build up on the water level probe/inside
the tank.
— Immersion element contactor stuck closed.
— Faulty B4 steam generator temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty B4 temperature probe.
E15
Condensor Temperature High Condensor water
temperature too high
— Untreated water supply line is disconnected or
shut off.
— Cooling solenoid is not being energized when B3
probe is above set point.
— Faulty B3 condensate temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty B3 condensate temperature probe.
E20
HACCP Only - B11 Core
Temperature Probe Single
Point Fault
— Probe not installed inside oven.
— Faulty B11 Single Point Core Temperature probe
receptacle connection at relay board.
— Faulty B11 single point core temperature probe.
— Debris buildup on probe receptacle pins inside of
the oven.
Single point core temperature
probe defect or disconnected
Error E20 is not shown in display.
Instead a probe sign with “?” is
shown as popup window. In case
the customer cooks in time mode
during first step and during second
step switches to probe mode but has
no probe in place, the error E20 will
be shown in the error code list and
HACCP list.
Possible Cause
E21
N6 Oven Cavity Temperature
Probe Fault
N6 probe “open”
— Faulty N6 oven cavity temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty N6 oven temperature probe.
E22
B10 Core Temperature Probe
Multipoint Fault
Multipoint core temperature
probe defect or disconnected
— Faulty B10 multipoint core temperature probe
connection at relay board.
— Faulty B10 multipoint core temperature probe.
E23
B4 Boiler Probe Fault
B4 probe “open”
— Faulty B4 boiler temperature probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty B4 boiler temperature probe.
E24
B5 Bypass Probe Fault
B5 probe “open”
— Faulty B5 steam bypass probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty B5 steam bypass probe.
E25
B3 Condensor Probe Fault
B3 probe “open”
— Faulty B3 condensor probe connection at relay
board.
— Faulty B3 condensor probe.
E26
N8 Immersion Element
Safety Probe Fault
N8 probe “open”
— Faulty N8 safety temperature probe connection at
relay board.
— Faulty N8 safety temperature probe.
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CT EXPRESS STEP BY STEP OPERATION -!.5!,s 52
TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Cause
E27
N8 Immersion Element
Temperature Too High
Immersion element too hot
E34
Steam Generator Drain
Pump Fault
Water level in steam
generator does not drop
during cleaning program
— Scale buildup inside the steam generator and/or
water level probe.
— Obstruction on inlet side of steam generator drain
pump.
— Boiler steam generator pump not being energized.
— Steam generator drain pump defective.
E36
Steam Temperature High
Oven cavity temperature is
too high when operating in
steam mode or combination
mode
— Water supply is not connected or shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Y1 solenoid valve not energized on a call for steam.
— Y1 solenoid faulty.
— Flow restrictor obstructed.
— Water injection pipe obstructed.
— Steam bypass hose obstructed.
— B5 steam bypass probe dirty or faulty.
E51
No Water In Boiler
Steam generator fill error
— Water supply is disconnected or shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Boiler drain cap leaking or missing.
— Boiler drain pump defective.
— Drain pump elbow leaking.
— Fill solenoid not energized.
— Fill solenoid faulty.
— Connection/wiring error at the solenoid or the
relay board.
— Water level probe connection/wiring error at probe
or the relay board.
— Water level probe requires descaling and/or
replacement.
E53
Fan Motor High
Temperature
Fan motor high limit
— Faulty motor high limit connection at relay board.
— Obstructed fan wheel.
— Faulty convection motor.
E54
Lower Fan Motor High
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Fan motor high limit
— Faulty motor high limit connection at relay board.
— Obstructed fan wheel.
— Faulty convection motor.
E55
Vent Not Open
Browning valve does not open
— Browning valve vent motor not being energized.
— Alignment issue between motor cam and vent
motor safety switch (micro switch).
— Faulty connection at vent motor, vent motor switch
or relay board.
— Fault vent valve safety switch (micro switch).
— Faulty vent motor.
— Scale buildup inside steam generator and/or on water
level probe.
— Immersion element contactor stuck closed.
— Faulty N8 safety temperature probe.
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ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Cause
E57
No Rinse Water
During rinse no water
flow is detected through
solenoid valve
— Water supply is shut off.
— Low water pressure.
— Check wiring to all components mentioned below.
— Flow switch is dirty or defective.
— Double water solenoid valve defective (Y3.)
— Relay board, high voltage, defective.
E88
Lower Gas Ignition Failure
Ignition system has locked
out due to a failure to create
a consistent flame
— Hot Surface Ignitor not functioning.
— No gas supply.
— Flame Sensor not functioning.
E89
Upper Gas Ignition Failure
Ignition system has locked
out due to a failure to create
a consistent flame
— Hot Surface Ignitor not functioning.
— No gas supply.
— Flame Sensor not functioning.
E92
Communication Error,
RB Does Not Properly
Respond
Communication error
between display board and
relay board
— Faulty ribbon cable connections between boards.
— Faulty ribbon cable.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E93
Communication Error,
FROM Display Board
Communication error
between display board and
low voltage relay board
— Faulty ribbon cable connections between boards.
— Faulty ribbon cable.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E94
Communication Error,
TO Display Board
Communication error
between display board and
low voltage relay board
— Faulty ribbon cable connections between boards.
— Faulty ribbon cable.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E98
RB is in Celsius and DB is in
Fahrenheit
Change the unit configuration
in the setup menu
— Control programming issue.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E99
RB is in Fahrenheit and DB
is in Celsius
Change the unit configuration
in the setup menu
— Control programming issue.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
E100
DB version is not equal to
RB version. Error generated
by DB.
Software update may have
failed.
— Perform software update.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Faulty compact flash card.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
— Software may need to be updated again.
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ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Cause
E101
DB version is not equal to
RB version. Error generated
by RB.
Software update may have
failed.
— Perform software update.
— Ribbon cable defective.
— Faulty compact flash card.
— Relay board, low voltage, connector defective.
— Display board connector defective.
— Software may need to be updated again.
E102
Ventless Hood Fault —
Filters Not Present
Filter safety switches are not
properly activated.
— Grease and/or charcoal filter not installed.
— Faulty filter switch.
— Poor connection at safety switch or relay board.
E103
Ventless Hood Fault –
Pressure Failure
Ventless hood operation
failure.
— Hood power switch not turned to the on position.
— Hood power switch defective.
— Hood fan not operating.
— Filter(s) clogged/need replacement.
— Pressure switch tube plugged or disconnected.
— Faulty pressure switch or connection error/failure.
— Hood fan turning in the wrong direction.
E104
Ignition Failure
Attempt for ignition.
— Gas supply disconnected or turned off.
— Gas supply pressure too low/too high.
— Gas valve not being energized by ignition control.
— Ignition control not creating a spark.
— Faulty spark wire and/or igniter.
— Faulty flame sense wire or sensing wire connection.
— Faulty ignition control.
— Blocked or obstructed flue pipe(s).
E105
Low Water Pressure
Low or no water pressure to
oven.
— Water supply not connected or turned off.
— Water pressure too low.
— Solenoid valve not being energized.
— Solenoid valve not opening.
— Pressure switch faulty.
— Poor connection at pressure switch and/or relay
board.
E106
Cleaning Pump Fault
Cleaning pump is not
running.
— Cleaning pump motor not being energized.
— Cleaning pump faulty.
— Poor connection at pump motor and/or relay board.
— Hall effect sensor wiring/connection error/failure.
E107
Boiler Drain Pump Fault
Boiler drain pump is not
running.
— Boiler drain pump motor not being energized.
— Boiler drain pump faulty.
— Poor connection at pump motor and/or relay board.
— Hall effect sensor wiring/connection error/failure.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR CODES
Error
Code
Error Call Out in Display
Description of Error
Possible Cause
E108
Cooling Fan Failure
Cooling fan failure or
incoming cooling air is
too hot.
— Cooling fan damaged.
— Cooling fan blocked or blades have been kept
from rotating.
— Incoming air temperature exceeds 100°F (38°C).
— Air inlet has become blocked.
RIN
RIN
Power outage occurred
during the cleaning cycle.
— Oven will begin a six (6) minute forced-rinse cycle.
— Cook temperature display area will display “RIN”.
— Cook time display area will display “-:--”.
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