Moffat BLUE SEAL E32D5 Specifications

Moffat BLUE SEAL E32D5 Specifications
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E32D5
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2 Speed Fan
Moisture Mode
Multi-Stage Cooking
Optional Core Temp Probe
Installation and Operation Manual
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Contents List
E32D5 Turbofan Convection Oven.
Introduction............................................................................................................ 2
Safety Information
Specifications.......................................................................................................... 3
Installation ............................................................................................................. 4
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Stand Mounted Ovens
Electrical Connection
Water Connection
Recommended Water Specifications
Positioning and Levelling of Oven
Initial Start-Up
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................................ 6
Operation Guide
Cooking in Manual Mode
Cooking in Manual Mode using Core Temp Probe
Cooking in Program Mode
Programming ........................................................................................................ 13
Controller - Operator Settings .............................................................................. 16
Changing Operator Settings
Operator Settings
Cleaning and Maintenance ................................................................................... 17
Cleaning Guidelines
Oven Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Fault Finding ......................................................................................................... 20
Electrical Schematics ............................................................................................ 21
Replacement Parts List ......................................................................................... 22
Appendix 1 - Reversing the Oven Door ................................................................ 23
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 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:
Serial 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.
Dealer:
Should you contact your TURBOFAN dealer on any matter
concerning this oven, please have the information provided
opposite, readily available.
Service Provider:
Date Purchased:
Date Installed:
Safety Information
For your safety, please pay attention to the following symbols
marked on the appliance.
- Risk of electric shock.
No user serviceable parts inside.
Qualified service person access only.
Disconnect from power before servicing.
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Specifications
E32D5
208V, 50/60Hz, 6.5 kW
Oven Power Ratings
Oven Tray Details
Water Connection
NOTE:
220 - 240V, 50/60Hz, 6.5 kW
Tray Capacity
5 x US Full Pan
Tray Spacing
85 mm / 31/3”
Max Water Pressure
80 psi / 550 kPa.
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Connection Size
/4” GHT
If the Moisture Mode cooking option is not required, the oven does not need to
be connected to a water supply.
3
Installation
Installation Requirements
Important:
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Installation shall comply with local electrical, health and safety requirements.
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It is most important that this oven is installed correctly and that oven operation is correct before use.
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If you have any questions regarding the proper installation and / or operation of this oven, please contact your local
Turbofan distributor.
Unpacking
Clearances
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.
Brass Adaptor.
USA / Canada only.
Washer Rubber.
To ensure correct ventilation for the motor and controls, the
following minimum installation clearances are to be adhered to:Top
Rear
Left-hand side
Right-hand side
Clearance From Source of Heat.
A minimum distance of
appliance sides is required.
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 electrical supply is correct to that
shown on the Technical Data Plate located on the front right
hand side panel.
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200mm / 8”.
50mm / 2”.
50mm / 2”.
75mm / 3”.
NOTE:
300mm
(12”)
from
Fixed installations require at least 500mm
clearance for service access.
the
(20”)
Important:
The vent located on the top of the oven must NOT be
obstructed.
Also refer to ‘Specifications’ section, ‘Oven
Specifications Table’ on previous page.
Oven Vent Location
Location
1. Position the oven in its approximate working position.
2. The unit should be positioned so that the control panel and
oven shelves are easily reachable for loading and unloading.
Stand Mounted Oven
For stand mounted ovens, the oven feet are used to level the oven
on the stand. Refer to the instructions supplied with separately
ordered stands for mounting details.
Technical Data Plate - Location
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Installation
Positioning and Levelling of Oven
Electrical Connection
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.
Warning
This oven must be earthed / grounded.
Each oven should be connected to an adequately protected power
supply with an appropriate three wire power cord.
Initial Start-Up
Before using the new oven;
An isolation switch must be 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.
1. When using the oven for the first time, operate oven for about
1 hour at 200°C / 400°F 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.
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.
NOTE:
Commissioning
All electrical connections must only be carried out
by a suitably qualified person.
Before leaving the new installation;
1. Check the oven functions in accordance with the operating
instructions specified in the ‘Operation’ section of this manual.
2. Ensure that the operator has been instructed in the areas of
correct operation and shutdown procedure for the appliance.
1. Remove oven right hand side panel.
2. Bring the supply cable up through the grommet at the back of
oven and through the compression gland on the electrical
switchgear panel.
3. Connect the mains supply to the appropriately marked terminals on the terminal block.
NOTE:
Water Connection
NOTE:
If the Moisture Mode cooking option is not required,
the oven does not need to be connected to a water
supply.
1. 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).
2. Connect a cold water supply to the
water inlet (R ¾” Connector) on the
oven.
Tighten Screws.
- Max Inlet Pressure 80psi / 550kPa.
5. Turn ‘On’ the water supply and check for leaks.
Recommended Water Specifications
In order to prevent corrosion or scaling in the oven and water
system due to supplying water that is either too soft or too hard,
the following recommendations should be used as a guideline.
Hardness:
PH:
Chlorides:
Between 60 and 90ppm.
Greater than 7.5.
Less than 30 ppm.
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If it is not possible to get appliance to operate
correctly, turn ‘Off’ power at the mains supply and
contact supplier of this appliance.
Operation
Operation Guide
Warning
Warning
Take care when opening the oven door
during baking.
Let the 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.
 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:-
‘Program’ Key and LED Used to select cooking programs, and
to set program parameters.
Temperature Display Shows pre-set chamber temperature.
When used with the ‘Temp’ key, display shows
actual oven temperature for 5 seconds.
Shows cooking programs and error codes.
‘Temp’ Key and LED Displays actual oven temperature for 5
seconds on Temperature Display. LED
‘On’ when heating element is on
(heating indicator).
LED flashes when Upper Display is showing
actual temperature.
‘Steam’ Key and LED Used to set moisture level or to
provide a manual injection of moisture
when in Manual Moisture Mode.
LED is ‘On’ when automatic moisture injection is
set or when moisture is manually injected.
NOTE:
In Core Temp Mode, this key is used to
display Actual Oven Temperature (Upper
Display) and actual Core Probe Temperature
(Lower Display).
Temperature Adjustment Control
Time Display Shows cook time in full minutes only
from 180 - 10, and in minutes and seconds for
the final 10 minutes.
‘Fan Lo’ Speed Key and LED Switches oven fan from high to low
speed. LED is ‘On’ when fan is in Low
Speed Mode. When LED is ‘Off’, fan is
in High Speed Mode.
NOTE:
In Core Temp Mode, time display
alternates between ‘CP’ and set core probe
temperature.
‘Timer-Start/Stop’ Key & LED The ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key is used to
control the following functions:-
‘On-Off/Light’ Key and LED A dual-function key:
Press ‘On-Off/Light’ key once to turn
the oven ‘On’
When oven is turned ‘On’, press ‘On-Off/Light’
key to switch oven light ‘On-Off’.
Press and hold ‘On-Off/Light’ key for 1.5 seconds
to turn the oven ‘Off’.
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Time Adjustment Control
NOTE:
In Core Temp Mode, ‘Timer’ knob is
used to set core probe temperature.
Cancelling Alarm (All Modes).
Starting Core Temp Mode (Core Temp
Mode).
Starting Timer (Manual Mode).
Pausing (Manual / Program Modes).
Re-Setting Timer (Manual Mode).
Starting Program (Program Mode).
Cancelling and Re-Setting Program
(Program Mode).
Core Probe Connection Point.
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Operation
Manual Mode
Moisture Mode
In Manual mode the ovens settings are.
- Temperature
- 50-250C / 150-550F.
- Timer setting
- 0-180min or Infinite.
- Fan Speed setting
- Hi / Lo.
- Moisture Mode settings - Off / On-Level.
- Oven lights
- Off / On.
There are 6 levels of pre-set moisture injection.
Each level defines the number of moisture injection pulses per
moisture cycle during oven operation.
An Optional Core Probe can also be used in Manual Mode.
Program Mode
In Program Mode 20 Programs are able to be used.
In each program the following settings are possible.
- Temperature
- 50-250C / 150-550F.
- Time
- 0-180min or Infinite.
- Fan Speed
- Hi/ Lo.
- Moisture Mode
- Off / On-level.
H-0
Manual Moisture Mode. Automatic Moisture Injection is ‘Off’.
Pressing ‘Steam’ key in this mode will inject 1 shot of steam
into the oven, ie, no steam injection without user input.
H-1
Level 1. - Minimum automatic moisture injection setting.
One moisture pulse per moisture cycle.
H-2
Level 2.
H-3
Level 3.
H-4
Level 4.
H-5
Level 5. - Maximum automatic moisture injection setting.
Five moisture pulses per moisture cycle.
Selecting Moisture Mode
3 cooking stages can also be set in each of the 20 programs.
- All settings can be changed between cooking stages.
- At completion of each stage an end of stage alarm can also
be set.
Press ‘Steam’ key to activate Moisture Mode. ‘Steam’
key LED will illuminate when Moisture Mode is ‘On’.
Moisture Mode will operate at the preset level during
the cooking cycle.
Optional Core Probe can also be used in Program Mode.
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When Moisture Mode H-0 is selected, a shot of steam is
available whenever the oven is running, by pressing the
‘Steam’ key.
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When Moisture Mode H-1 to H-5 are selected, these
moisture modes will only operate when a program is
running, Core Temp Probe Mode has been selected or
when a timer is running in Manual Mode.
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When setting Moisture level, consider the Oven Set
Temperature. If set BELOW 100°C (212°F), water may pool
in oven as temperature will be too low to create steam.
Changing between Manual to Program Modes
Press ‘Program’ key to select Program Mode. The LED
will illuminate showing Program Mode now set.
Press ‘Program’ Key to return to Manual mode.
Fan Speed
This oven features a 2 speed fan.
Changing Moisture Mode Level
Hi Speed
- This is the default operating speed.
- Hi Fan should be used for most applications.
- Hi Fan provides the fastest cooking time and evenness
throughout oven.
Lo Speed - This is the optional setting.
- Lo Fan speed is selected using the Fan Lo key.
- Lo Fan provides slower cooking with less fan affect on
the product.
- Lo Fan should be used on delicate products such as
cake and muffin.
Press and hold the ‘Steam’ Key until the ‘H-X’ level is
displayed and flashing in the upper display.
Rotate the ‘Temp’ Knob -/+ to select Moisture Mode
level required.
Press the STEAM Key to confirm setting.
The ‘Moisture’ Mode level can be changed at anytime during
operation by following the setting method as described above.
On start-up, the oven will always default to normal Hi speed fan.
In Manual Mode, fan speed can be changed at any time during
use.
In Program Mode, fan speed can be pre-set and each cooking
stage can have a different fan speed.
Core Temp Cooking Mode - Optional
An Optional Core Temp Probe Kit #236060 is available for
this oven.
Changing the Fan Speed
This allows use of the Core Probe Cooking feature of this oven.
When the core probe is fitted to the connection point on control
panel side, the timer function and display becomes the core temp
probe temperature setting and display. Cooking completion is then
determined by the core temp probe reaching the set core probe
temperature.
Press ‘FAN LO’ key to change to Lo Fan speed. LED will
illuminate showing Lo Fan speed is now set.
Press ‘FAN LO’ key to change back to Hi Speed fan.
To enable Core Probe Cooking Mode plug in the Core Probe.
The Timer Display will then change to 'CP' (Core Probe).
The Timer Knob function will then be for Core Temp setting.
To disable Core Probe Cooking Mode, unplug the Core Probe.
The Timer Display and Knob will return to time function.
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Operation
Cooking in Manual Mode
On oven start-up the controller defaults to the following settings:Oven Temperature is set to 150°C (302°F). Refer ‘Controller - Operator Settings’ section to change this start-up temperature.
Oven Timer is not set, display shows ‘ - - -’.
Moisture Setting is setting to Manual Injection.
Fan Speed is set to Hi Speed.
1.
SET OVEN TEMPERATURE.
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select temperature required.
+ to increase the temperature (Max. 260°C / 500°F).
- to decrease the temperature (Min. 60°C / 140°F).
The oven will commence heating to the displayed set temperature.
NOTE:
2.
‘Steam’ LED will
illuminate when
automated
Moisture Mode is
set (H-1-H-5) or
during each
moisture
injection in H-0.
‘Temp’ LED will
remain ‘On’ until
oven reaches Set
Temperature.
The oven can be used without using the timer.
SET TIMER.
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to select time required.
+ to increase the time (Max. 180 minutes).
- to decrease the time (Min. 1 minute).
NOTE:
Timer can be set to ‘Infinity’
. If timer is set to ‘Infinity’, timer will
count elapsed time to a max of 999 minutes and elapsed time will be
shown on the Lower Display.
3.
SET MOISTURE MODE.
Press and hold ‘Steam’ key for 3 seconds.
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select desired moisture level (H-0 to H-5).
Press ‘Steam’ key to confirm settings.
NOTE:
Refer to ‘Moisture Mode Settings’ at start of this section for additional
explanation of moisture level adjustments.
4.
‘Fan Lo’ LED is
‘On’ when oven
fan is operating
at low speed.
‘Timer-Start/
Stop’ LED is
steady ‘On’ when
Timer is running.
LED flashing
when Timer is
paused.
SET FAN SPEED.
Press ‘Fan Lo’ key, to change fan speed. ‘Fan Lo’ LED will illuminate when
fan low speed is selected.
5.
STARTING TIMER.
Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to start timer operation. LED will illuminate to indicate the timer is running.
Pressing ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key or opening oven door when timer is operating will pause timer and turn ‘Off’ fan and heating.
Timer LED will flash.
Press and hold ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key for 3 seconds to cancel timer.
6.
CANCELLING ‘TIME UP’ ALARM (COOKING TIME COMPLETED).
When the set Cooking Time is completed, alarm will sound and Lower Display flashes.
- Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to cancel alarm, oven will continue cooking at Oven Set Temperature. Display will revert to Set
Temperature and Time.
- Alternatively, open oven door to cancel alarm and turn ‘Off’ fan and heating. Close oven door to resume cooking at Oven
Set Temperature. Display will revert to Set Temperature and Time.
NOTE:
Any of the above settings can be adjusted during the cooking operation by using the above controls and keys.
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Viewing Actual Oven Temperature. Press ‘Temp’ key during cooking, Oven Actual Temperature will display on Upper
Display for 5 seconds and then will revert to displaying Oven Set Temperature.
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Operation
Cooking in Manual Mode using Core Temp Probe (Requires Optional
Core Temp Probe Kit #236060).
On oven start-up the controller defaults to the following settings:Oven Temperature is set to 150°C (302°F). Refer ‘Controller - Operator Settings’ section to change this start-up temperature.
Oven Timer is not set, display shows ‘ - - -’.
Moisture Setting is setting to Manual Injection.
Fan Speed is set to Hi Speed.
1.
CONNECT CORE TEMP PROBE.
Connect Core Temp Probe to connector on lower right side of control panel, will be displayed on Lower Display.
2.
SET OVEN TEMPERATURE.
In Core Temp
Mode, pressing
‘Temp’ key will
also display Core
Probe Actual
Temperature on
Lower Display.
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select temperature required.
+ to increase the temperature (Max. 260°C / 500°F).
- to decrease the temperature (Min. 60°C / 140°F).
The oven will commence heating to the displayed set temperature.
3.
SET CORE PROBE TEMPERATURE.
Rotate Timer Knob to set the desired core probe temperature.
+ to increase temperature (Max. 90°C / 194°F).
- to decrease temperature (Min. 50°C / 122°F).
Once Core Probe Set Temperature is set, Lower Display will alternately flash
between
and Core Probe Set Temperature.
‘Timer-Start/Stop’ LED is ‘Off’, indicating that cooking has not yet started.
4.
‘Timer-Start/
Stop’ LED is ‘On’
when Cook Mode
in Progress.
SET MOISTURE MODE.
Press and hold ‘Steam’ key for 3 seconds.
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select desired moisture level (H-0 to H-5).
Press ‘Steam’ key to confirm settings.
NOTE:
5.
In Core Temp
Mode, the Lower
Display will
alternate
between ‘CP’ and
the Core Probe
Set Temperature.
Refer to ‘Moisture Mode Settings’ at start of this section for additional
explanation of moisture level adjustments.
In Core Temp
Mode, the ‘Timer’
knob is used to
set Core Probe
Temperature.
SET FAN SPEED.
Press ‘Fan Lo’ key, to change fan speed. ‘Fan Lo’ LED will illuminate when fan low speed is selected.
6.
START CORE TEMP MODE COOKING.
Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to start Core Temp Mode cooking. ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ LED is ‘On’ during Core Temp Mode
cooking. Lower Display will alternately flash between
and Core Probe Set Temperature during cooking.
NOTE:
7.
Refer to ‘Using the Core Probe’ at the start of Operation section for information on positioning of Core Temp Probe in
product to be cooked.
CANCELLING CORE TEMP ALARM (CORE TEMP SETTING REACHED - COOKING COMPLETE).
When Core Probe Set Temperature is reached, an alarm will sound and the Lower Display will flash.
- Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to cancel alarm, oven will continue cooking at Oven Set Temperature. Display will show Oven
Set Temperature and Core Probe Set Temperature.
- Alternatively, open oven door to cancel alarm and turn ‘Off’ fan and heating. Close oven door to resume cooking at Oven
Set Temperature. The display will revert to the Oven and Core Probe Set Temperatures.
NOTE:
Any of the above settings can be adjusted during cooking operation by using the above controls and keys.
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Viewing Actual Oven and Core Temperatures. During cooking, press ‘Temp’ key to check Oven Actual Temperature
(Upper Display) and Core Probe Actual Temperature (Lower Display). Actual temperatures will display for 5 seconds before
display reverts to show Oven Set Temperature (Upper Display) and Core Probe Set Temp (Lower Display).
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Exiting Core Temp Cooking Mode. Disconnect Core Probe from connector on lower right side of control panel. Lower
Display and ‘Timer’ knob will revert to normal Timer Mode operation.
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Operation
Cooking in Program Mode
The oven can be pre-programmed with up to 20 Programs; each program can contain a maximum of 3 stages. When you receive your oven,
the controller is not pre-programmed.
1.
SELECTING A PROGRAM.
Press ‘Program’ key.
Upper Display will show program number selected.
‘Program’ LED is
‘On’ when Oven
operating in
Programs Mode.
+ to scroll forward through programs.
- to scroll backward through programs.
Lower Display will show
, oven is ‘Pre-Heating’.
Program cannot be started until pre-heating is completed.
2.
OVEN READY.
Lower Display will show
alarm will sound.
when oven is up to pre-heat temperature and an
Load product into oven.
3.
CONNECT CORE TEMP PROBE (IF REQUIRED).
Connect Core Temp Probe to connector on lower right side of control panel,
will be displayed on Lower Display.
NOTE:
4.
A Core Temp Probe can be used as part of a multi-stage cooking program.
If a program reaches a Stage that requires a Core Temp Probe and no Core
Temp Probe is connected, an error alarm will sound and ‘CP’ will flash on
Lower Display. The program is automatically paused until the Core Temp
Probe is connected. Once the probe is connected to the control panel and
inserted into the food product, press the ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to resume
the program.
START PROGRAM.
Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to start cooking program.
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Pressing ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key when timer is operating, will pause timer
and turn ‘Off’ Fan and Heating. LED will flash when timer is paused.
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Pressing and holding ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key for 3 seconds will cancel the program and return to the Preset Program.
During Program Operation the Upper and Lower Displays will show the following:-
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Upper Display shows Program Number, e.g.
Lower Display will show either,
- Total Time Remaining in Program.
OR
- Total Elapsed Time of Program (if any Program Stages are set to CP or InF).
OR
- Alternate between ‘CP’ and Core Probe Set Temp (if presently in a Core Probe Stage).
5.
CANCELLING PROGRAM ‘TIME UP’ ALARM (COOKING TIME COMPLETED).
When program is completed, the alarm will sound.
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To cancel alarm, press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’, oven will continue to cook at Oven Set Temperature. Display will revert to
Program Number (Upper Display) and Total Program Time (Lower Display).
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Alternatively, open oven door to cancel alarm and turn ‘Off’ fan and heating. Close oven door to resume cooking at Oven
Set Temperature. Display will revert to Program Number (Upper Display) and Total Program Time remaining (Lower Display).
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Operation
ADDITIONAL ADJUSTMENTS (These can be adjusted whilst Program Mode is Running).
NOTE: Adjustments made during cooking will not be saved to the program.
A.
VIEWING STAGE NUMBER AND STAGE TIME REMAINING.
To view the Program and Stage numbers on the Upper Display, e.g. 3.1 = Program 3, Stage 1, and the Total Time Remaining in Stage
remaining on the Lower Display:
- Press ‘P’ key during Program Cooking.
OR
- Turn Timer knob in either direction.
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Upper Display will show Program and Stage, e.g.
Lower Display will show either,
- Total Time Remaining in Stage.
OR
- Total Elapsed Time of Stage (if Stage is set to ‘InF’).
OR
- Core Probe Set Temp (if Stage is set to ‘CP’).
OR
- Alternate between ‘CP’ and Core Probe Set Temp (if presently in a Core Probe Stage).
Display will revert back to Overall Display after 5 seconds.
B.
USING ‘TEMP’ KNOB DURING PROGRAM COOKING.
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VIEWING SET TEMPERATURE
Turn ‘Temp’ knob (in either direction) to display Set Temperature of Current
Stage on Upper Display. Display will revert back to Overall Display after a
5-second delay.
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ADJUSTING SET TEMPERATURE
Hold ‘Temp’ knob in either direction for 3 seconds will enter ‘Temp Edit Mode’
where ‘Temp’ knob can be used to temporarily adjust temperature for the current
stage. Controller will update the Temperature and exit ‘Temp Edit Mode’ after a
5-second delay.
C.
USING ‘TIMER’ KNOB DURING PROGRAM COOKING.
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VIEWING STAGE NUMBER AND REMAINING TIME
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ADJUSTING REMAINING TIME / ADJUSTING CORE PROBE SET TEMP
Here the Oven Set Temperature has been
increased from 150 to 175°C (325 to 350°F).
Turn ‘Timer’ knob (in either direction) to switch the display from Overall
(Program, Total Time remaining) to Current Stage-in-Progress (Stage, Stage
Time Remaining). Display will revert to Overall display after a 5-second delay.
Hold the ‘Timer’ knob in either direction for 3 seconds to enter ‘Timer Edit Mode’
where ‘Timer’ knob can be used for temporary adjustment of either:
- Core Probe Set Temperature.
OR
- Stage Time remaining.
The controller will update the value and exit ‘Timer Edit Mode’ after a 5-second delay.
Time remaining can be adjusted between 0-180 minutes, but cannot be set to ‘InF’ or
‘CP’.
Core Probe Set Temp can be set between 50-90°C (122-194°F).
NOTE:
Any changes will only apply to the current stage.
revert to the programmed settings.
Any following stages will
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Here Core Probe Temperature has been
increased from 54 to 75°C (129 - 167°F).
Operation
D.
CHANGING THE MOISTURE SETTING.
Press and hold ‘Steam’ key for 3 seconds.
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select desired moisture level (H-0 to H-5).
Press ‘Steam’ key to confirm settings.
NOTE:
E.
Refer to ‘Moisture Mode Settings’ at start of this section for additional explanation of moisture level adjustments.
CHANGING FAN SPEED.
The pre-set fan speed can be changed by pressing ‘Fan Lo’ key. ‘Fan Lo’ indicator will illuminate when fan low speed is
selected.
F.
VIEWING ACTUAL OVEN TEMPERATURE / ACTUAL CORE PROBE TEMPERATURE.
Press ‘Temp’ key during cooking. Oven Set Temperature will display on Upper Display for 2 seconds, then Actual Temperature
will display on Upper Display for 2 seconds. At the same time, Actual Core Probe temperature will display on Lower Display
for 4 seconds. After 4 seconds, controller will revert to displaying the program number.
G.
ADDING MORE TIME TO A STAGE WHEN THE END OF STAGE ALARM IS SOUNDING.
At the end of a stage, provided that ‘ALr’=On, an end of stage alarm will sound for 1 minute before automatically progressing on to the
next stage of the program. While alarm is sounding, additional cooking time can be added to the stage that has just finished.
Rotate and hold ‘Timer’ knob for 3 seconds to enter Timer Edit Mode and add time to the stage.
When the length of time required has been added, either;
- Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to resume the stage,
OR
- Wait for the auto-resume feature to progress the oven on to the next stage, 1 minute after alarm initially sounded.
When the additional time has run out, the end of stage alarm will sound for a second time. Either press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key
to progress on to the next stage, or let the program automatically progress on to the next stage after 1 minute of inactivity.
H.
TURNING THE LIGHTS ‘ON/OFF’.
Whenever the oven is ‘On’, the ‘On/Off-Light’ key is used to turn the oven lights ‘On/Off’. Press ‘On-Off/Light’ key to switch
oven light ‘On-Off’.
To extend bulb life, an auto time-out can be pre-set to switch oven lights ‘Off’ after a set length of time. The factory default
for time-out is ‘Off’ (‘0’, ie lights remain ‘On’ until light key is pressed again). This time-out can be activated by setting the
‘Controller - Operator Settings’, L-0 from 1-60 minutes.
NOTE:
Any changes will only apply to the current stage. Following stages will revert to the programmed settings.
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Programming
Programming
The oven can be pre-programmed with up to 20 Programs; each program can contain a maximum of 3 stages. When you receive your oven,
the controller is not pre-programmed. To set programs, carry out the following for each program required:
1.
SELECT PROGRAMS MODE.
Press ‘Program’ key to enter Programs Mode.
‘Program’ LED will illuminate.
2.
‘Program’ LED is ‘On’
when Oven is
operating in
Programs Mode.
SELECT PROGRAM REQUIRED (P01 - P20).
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to the program required.
Upper Display will show program selected.
3.
In Program Mode,
‘Temp Knob’ is
used to select:-
ENTER PROGRAMMING MODE.
Press and hold ‘Program’ key until a beep is heard, indicating entry into
Programming Mode. Upper Display shows program and stage numbers
eg. = Program 3, Stage 1.
Program.
Stage.
And to set:-
‘Program’ LED will flash whilst in Programming Mode.
4.
Cook Temperature.
Moisture Level.
Fan Speed Option.
SELECT STAGE TO PROGRAM.
NOTE:
If Multi-Stage Cooking is disabled, (Parameter ’StG’ - refer to section
‘Controller Operator Settings’) skip to Step 6 to continue
programming otherwise continue as below and overleaf.
In Program Mode,
‘Timer’ Knob is
used to select:-
All active stages and the first inactive stage are visible and can be accessed by
rotating the ‘Temp’ knob to scroll through the stages. When editing a program for
the first time, only the first stage will be visible and it will be ‘Off’ by default.
Setting parameters for a stage changes its state from ‘Off’ to ‘On’ (activates the
stage).

Core Probe.
And to set:Program Time.
To Turn a Stage ‘On’.
Either -
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob clockwise to select ‘On’.
Or -
Press ‘P’ key and program stage settings.
Core Probe
Temperature.
(Setting parameters for a stage automatically changes
its state to ‘On’).

To Turn a Stage ‘Off’.
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob anti-clockwise to select ‘Off’.
NOTE:
Only the last active (‘On’) stage can be turned
‘Off’.
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob:‘+’ to advance one stage.
‘-’ to go to the previous stage.
Program 3, Stage 1.
STATE: ON.
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Program 3, Stage 2.
STATE: ON.
Program 3, Stage 3.
STATE: OFF (ie; Inactive).
Programming
5.
CONFIRM STAGE TO EDIT.
Press ‘Program’ key to begin editing a program and stage displayed on the Upper Display.
6.
SET OVEN TEMPERATURE.
*Upper Display flashing*
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select temperature required.
+ to increase the temperature (Max. 260°C / 500°F).
- to decrease the temperature (Min. 60°C / 140°F).
Press ‘P’ key to confirm temperature setting. Controller will step to Cook Time / Core Temp Probe setting.
7.
SET COOK TIME / CORE TEMP PROBE.
*Lower Display flashing*
The ‘Timer’ knob can be used to select Core Temp Probe or a Cook Time option.



1 Min
 180 Mins
= Stage has been set to ‘OFF’.
Turn and Release Timer Knob to change
selection.
= Infinity Time Setting.
= Core Temp Probe (optional extra).
Hold Knob to Fast Forward Fast Reverse.
Time

= From 1 minute to 180 minutes.
By setting a Cook Time, the stage will be governed by Oven Temperature, Timer, Moisture setting and Fan Speed.
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to select time required.
+ to increase Cook Time (Max. 180 minutes).
- to decrease Cook Time (Min. 1 minute).
Press ‘P’ key to confirm Timer setting and advance to setting Moisture setting.

By setting Core Temp Probe (CP), the stage will run at a set Oven Temperature, Moisture Mode and Fan Speed until the actual
core temperature reaches the pre-set core probe temperature value. Refer to the ‘Cooking in Manual Mode with Core Probe’
Section for instructions on cooking with the Core Probe fitted. Turn and hold timer knob until lower display shows ‘CP’.
Controller will step to setting Core Probe Temperature. Core Probe Temperature value is displayed on Lower Display.
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to select temperature required.
‘+’ to increase Core Probe Temperature (Max 90°C / 194°F).
‘-’ to decrease Core Probe Temperature. (Min 50°C / 122°F).
Press ‘P’ key to confirm Core Probe Temp Setting. Controller will step to Moisture setting.

By setting Infinite Time setting (‘InF’), Oven counts time upwards up to a limit of 999 minutes. The Infinite (‘InF’) timer
option is only available as an option when setting the last stage of a program. If the ‘InF’ timer option is programmed, no stages
after the ‘InF’ stage will be available / visible. Turn ‘Off’ all stages that come after a given stage in order to set an ‘InF’ timer for
that stage.
Press ‘P’ key to confirm infinite time ‘InF’ setting and advance to setting Moisture setting.
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Programming
8.
SET MOISTURE OPTION (H-0 - H-5).
*Upper Display flashing*
Rotate ‘Temp’ knob to select Moisture setting required.
‘+’ to increase moisture setting.
‘-’ to decrease moisture setting.
(Refer to Operation section, ‘Moisture Mode Settings’, for additional explanation of moisture level adjustment).
Press ‘P’ key to confirm Moisture setting. Controller will step to Fan Speed setting.
9.
SET FAN SPEED (LO - HI).
Upper Display shows
*Lower Display Flashing with current Fan setting*
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to select desired fan option, shown on Lower Display.
Press ‘P’ key to confirm fan speed setting. Controller will step to Alarm setting for End of Stage.
NOTE:
If Multi-Stage Cooking is disabled, (Operator setting ’StG’ - set to ‘no’), the controller will exit the Programming Mode after
the ‘P’ key is pressed to confirm fan speed setting.
10.SET ALARM FOR END OF STAGE (‘ON-OFF’).
Upper Display shows
*Lower Display flashing with current alarm setting*
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to select desired alarm state which will be shown on the Lower Display.
‘ON’ - Alarm sounds at completion of the cooking stage, the program is paused awaiting user action. Without any input, the program
will automatically resume after 1 minute.
- Press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to stop the alarm, resume cooking and to continue to the next cooking stage.
OR
- Open oven door to stop alarm. Close door and press ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ key to continue cooking and to
continue on to the next cooking stage.
‘OFF’ - Oven continues on to the next cooking stage without sounding an alarm.
NOTE:
Regardless of the setting applied to the last stage of the program, a Cook Time Completed Alarm will sound to indicate the
end of the program.
Press ‘P’ key to confirm alarm option. Alarm will sound to confirm that all stage parameters have been set.
Repeat Step 1 to Step 10 to program additional stages.
11.EXIT PROGRAMMING MODE.
Press and hold ‘P’ key for 3 seconds until alarm sounds to exit the Programming Mode.
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Controller - Operator Settings
Changing Operator Settings
With the Oven in ‘Stand-By’ Mode (i.e. Power to oven but both displays are blank).
1.
ENTERING THE OPERATOR SETTING MODE.
Press and hold 'Steam' and ‘Timer-Start/Stop’ keys together for 3 seconds.
2.
Upper Display will show
.
Lower Display will flash
.
SETTING PASSWORD (OPERATOR PASSWORD - 123).
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to set password
.
Press ‘Fan Lo’ key to confirm password.
Upper Display will show one of the setting codes, eg.
Lower Display will show the value of the setting, eg.
3.
CHANGING THE OPERATOR SETTINGS.
Rotate ‘Timer’ knob to the setting required.
Press ‘Fan Lo’ key to confirm setting required. Lower Display will flash.
While Lower Display is flashing, rotate ‘Timer’ knob to select value required.
Press ‘Fan Lo’ key to confirm value. Lower Display will stop flashing.
4.
EXITING THE OPERATOR SETTING MODE.
Press ‘On-Off/Light’ key, to return to Stand-By Mode.
Operator Settings
Setting
Number
Setting
Range
Default
Setting
Oven Pre-Heat; - (Automatic Pre-Heat Temp on oven start-up).
60 - 260°C
140 - 500°F.
150ºC
(302ºF)
Light Auto ‘Off’ Setting Time 0 = ‘On/Off’.
1 = 1 minute auto ‘Off’.
2 = 2 minutes auto ‘Off’, etc.
0 - 60 mins.
0
0 - 10.
5
0 - 30°C
0 - 54°F.
0
‘YES’ or ‘no’.
YES
Description
Alarm Volume - Can be adjusted to suit operators preference.
Program Pre-Heating Condition - This setting allows for pre-heating ‘Ready’ temperature in
‘Program Mode’ Mode to be set higher than Program Set Temperature.
Factory Default Setting is ‘0’ (Equal to Program Setting).
Multi-Stage Enable - This setting enables multi-stage programming. Factory default is
‘YES’, multi-stage programming is enabled. Setting this to ‘no’ simplifies programming and
program cooking.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning Guidelines
c.
Tilt the top of the rack inwards and lift the rack off the
lower mounting brackets.
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
NOTE:
Left Rack

Carefully read and follow the safety instructions on the
label of the cleaning product to be used.

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.
a. Lift the LH rack off the front locating peg.
L/Hand Front
Locating Peg
To keep your oven clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow
the procedures shown below:-
Oven Cleaning
NOTE:

If oven usage is very high, the cleaning procedure should
be carried out more frequently.

Allow the oven interior to cool to approx 50˚C / 120˚F
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.
c.
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.
Clean the racks with a mild anti bacterial detergent and
hot water, using a soft bristled brush.
L/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
b. Baked on deposits or discoloration 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.
b. Lift up and unhook the rear of the rack from the locating
peg at the rear of the oven.
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
Oven Lamp
Right Rack
a. Remove the LH side rack as shown previously.
a. Align the bottom of the rack with the 2 brackets in the
bottom RH side of the oven.
RH Lower Mounting Brackets
b. Wash the glass lens with a soft sponge using warm water
and a detergent solution. Rinse with clean, warm water.
c.
b. Tilt the rack upwards and hook the top rear of the rack on
to the locating peg in the top rear of the oven.
Dry the glass lens thoroughly with a dry cloth.
R/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
c.
Fit and tighten the rack securing screw to secure the front
of the RH rack.
d. Refit LH side rack as shown previously.
Tighten Clockwise
Left Rack
a. Locate the top rear of the rack onto the locating peg at the
top rear LH side of the oven.
L/Hand Rear
Locating Peg
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
Door Glass Cleaning
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.

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.
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.
Oven Interior

Whilst holding the outer door, lift the inner glass back onto
the locking catches until the inner glass is securely held.
Periodic Maintenance
Allow the oven interior to cool to approx 50˚C / 120˚F
before commencing cleaning.
NOTE:
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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All maintenance operations should only be carried
out by a qualified service person.
Fault Finding
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.
You may encounter a problem not covered in this section, please
contact your service provider who will require the following
information:-
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.
The Model and Serial Number of the oven, can be found on
the Technical Data Plate located on the front right hand
side panel of the oven.
Possible Causes
Turn On.
Overtemp tripped (No lights, no power light).
Call for service.
Overtemp faulty.
Call for service.
Digital Controller faulty
Call for service.
Element faulty.
Digital Controller faulty
Call for service.
Refer to ‘Digital Controller Fault Codes’. Call
for service.
Oven Controller operates but No Heat in Door not closed fully (display shows ‘dor’).
Oven.
Door Switch faulty (display shows ‘dor’).
Oven heats up but Fan does not
operate.
Oven does not produce moisture.
Door does not close fully.
Oven light not illuminating.
Uneven cooking.
Remedy
Mains isolating switch, circuit breaker or fuses
are Off at the power board.
Close door. (Refer ‘Door does not close fully’).
Call for service.
Heating Contactor faulty.
Fan motor faulty.
Call for service.
Call for service.
Fan or fan motor obstructed.
Call for service.
Controller faulty.
Call for service.
Fan Contactor faulty.
Call for service.
Fan Capacitor faulty.
Moisture Mode not selected.
Call for service.
Check Moisture Mode settings.
Injector Nozzle blocked.
Call for service.
Water Solenoid faulty.
Call for service.
Controller faulty.
Tray in way of door (display shows ‘dor’).
Call for service.
Door misaligned (display shows ‘dor’).
Re-align door.
Door seal obstruction (display shows ‘dor’).
Blown bulb (one bulb not working).
Correctly install door seal. (Refer to ‘Cleaning’
Section).
Call for service.
Blown fuse (both bulbs not working).
Too high a temperature selected.
Call for service.
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 is closed during baking.
Oven door seal damaged or faulty.
Check seals and replace if damaged.
Correctly position tray in rack.
Oven vent restricted.
Ensure oven vent not blocked or shrouded.
Control Panel does not indicate ‘CP’
when Core Probe connected.
Core Probe Faulty
Replace Core Probe.
‘Err 001’ on display.
Oven Probe failure.
Call for service.
‘Err 003’ on display.
‘CP’ flashing on Lower Display, alarm
sounding, oven program paused.
Motor Thermal Cut-Out tripped.
Call for service.
Core Probe not connected to control panel,
and program requires its use.
Connect Core Probe to control panel.
Core Probe Faulty.
Replace Core Probe.
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Electrical Schematics
Electrical Schematic E32D5 Turbofan Oven
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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
236256
234450
234447
234429
234460
237447K
234821
231738
231742
236107K
236108K
236264
237335
235610
234138
234625
234252
234875
Description
Digital Control Board Kit.
Encoder.
Control Knob.
Transformer 208 / 240V x 12V AC SEC, 20VA.
Cooling Fan 230V.
Temperature Probe Kit PT1000
Overtemp Thermostat 355°C / 670°F.
Contactor - Heating.
Contactor - Motor Speed.
Oven Element, 6300W, 230 - 240V.
Oven Element, 6300W, 208 - 220V.
Element Gasket. (included in Oven Element Kit).
Fan Motor, L7-EB50, 2 / 4 Pole, 2 Speed.
Motor Shaft Seal.
Fan - Dia 8½” / 220mm, 50Hz.
Fan - Dia 8” / 200mm, 60Hz.
Motor Capacitor 10uF.
Motor Capacitor 3uF.
021352
231814
021354
234803
020851
021057
Oven Glass Lens.
Lamp Bulb G9 25W, Halogen, 230V.
Oven Lamp Gasket.
Fuse 10A, 250V.
Water Solenoid.
Spray Nozzle Assembly.
232666
234757
234581
234580
235277
024802
235278
234626
234627
232379
232380
Oven Door Seal - E32D.
Door Inner Glass Assembly
Door Handle E32D.
Door Roller Catch.
Door Roller Catch Strike Pin.
Door Microswitch E32
Strike Lock Nut
Door Hinge Top
Door Hinge Bottom
Foot Adjustable (73 - 80mm).
O-Ring
234658
236546
233649
233552
Side Rack LH, 5 Tray.
Side Rack RH, 5 Tray.
Oven Rack.
Rack Securing Screw.
Optional Extras
Item
236060
235845
235847
236271
Description
Core Temperature Probe Kit.
Core Temperature Probe.
Dust Cap - Core Temperature Socket.
Core Temperature Probe Holder.
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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 or
similar to secure.
Reversing the Oven Door

Refit all screw fasteners using a low-mid strength thread
locking adhesive unless otherwise stated.

Door reversal should only be carried out by a suitably
competent person.
Remove Latching Studs
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.
4. Remove black plastic plugs from
top and bottom of door and fit to
holes where inner glass pivots
were removed from.
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 Screw
and Retaining
Clip.
Remove Upper and Lower Door Hinges and Door Catch.
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).
Fit Blanking Plugs.
Bottom Door Pivot
Bolt and Spacers.

Remove the Oven Door.
14. Remove the 4 blanking screws
from front of oven.
5. Remove the door roller catch and blanking plate from the
inside of the door and swap these over.
Swap Roller Catch and
Blanking Plate over.
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 screws top and bottom
and fit to where hinges removed
from.
Remove Top
Door Pivot Bolt.
15. Remove Hinge Plate from top of
oven and fit diagonally
opposite, to lower corner.
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 Handle
Securing Screws
10. Remove bottom door hinge and fit
to top opposite corner of door.
Remove Top Door Hinge
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Remove these screws to remove
top and bottom hinges.
Appendix 1 - Oven Door Reversal
18. Remove Blanking Screw and Door Catch from front of oven
and swap around (refer ‘Adjusting Door Catch’).
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
Slacken these screws to adjust
securing roller catch and close the
door vertically - horizontally.
door. The roller catch will
centralise itself.
4. Open door and tighten roller catch
securing screws.
Blanking Screw
Locking Nut
19. Fit door spacers removed at Item 13 on previous page, 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.
a. If the paper withdraws easily,
screw the door catch ‘In’
by ½ a turn and repeat the
1. 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.
2. Locate top pivot of inner glass into
top of door and secure in position
with inner glass retaining clip.
3. Lift inner glass up onto locking
catch to lock glass into position.
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.
Screw and
Retaining Clip.
Inner Glass Locking Catch
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