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Installation and Operation Manual
Induction Cooktop
IN8200E
IN8400E
INL8200E
INL8400E
INB8200E
INB8400E
INLB8200E
INLB8400E
Date Purchased
Serial Number
Dealer
Service Provider
1
For use in GB & IE
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Contents
Waldorf Electric Cooktops
IN(L)(B)8200E
IN(L)(B)8400E
Induction Cooktop.
Induction Cooktop.
Introduction .............................................................................................. 2
Specification .............................................................................................. 4
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
General
Technical Data
Electrical Supply Requirements
Electrical Connection
Dimensions ................................................................................................ 6
Installation ................................................................................................ 7
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Assembly
Electrical Connection
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................. 10
Operation Guide
Description of Controls
Operating the Cooktops
Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................... 12
General
After Each Use
Daily Cleaning
Weekly Cleaning
Monthly Filter Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Fault Finding ............................................................................................ 14
Error Codes
General Fault Messages (E1)
Wiring Schematics ................................................................................... 16
Replacement Parts List............................................................................ 18
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your WALDORF INDUCTION COOKTOP, and it will become
a most valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new WALDORF Appliance, there are two important
things you can do.
Firstly:
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your WALDORF dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
CE Only:
These instructions are only valid if the country code appears on the appliance. If the code does not
appear on the appliance, refer to the supplier of this appliance to obtain the technical instructions for
adapting the appliance to the conditions for use in that country.
WARNING:
INDUCTION HEAT SOURCE - CARE
MUST BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THAT THE SPLASHBACK AND SURROUNDING
AREAS ARE KEPT FREE OF METALLIC OBJECTS.
WARNING:
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY
DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
WARNING:
GREAT
CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY THE OPERATOR TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY TO GUARD IT AGAINST RISK
OF FIRE.
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THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION IS
MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICEMAN TO ENSURE
CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.
DO NOT
STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
CAUTION:
This appliance is;

For professional use and is only to be used by suitably qualified / trained
persons.

Only service persons trained or recommended by the manufacturer are to
carry out installation, servicing and repair operations.

Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
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Introduction
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.
NON-IONISING ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON ACCESS ONLY.
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON ACCESS ONLY.
DISCONNECT FROM POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
DISCONNECT FROM POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
Please Note the Following Points: Do Not placed metallic objects such as kitchen utensils, cutlery etc, on the Cooktop surface within the
cooking zones as they could become hot.
 Take care when operating the appliance, as rings, watches and similar objects worn by the user could
get hot when in close proximity to the Cooktop surface.
 Only use pans of the type and size suitable for induction cooking.
NOTE: Users with Heart Pacemakers fitted should consult with their doctor or the manufacturer
before using this appliance.
Operation:
 Never insert objects into the Induction Unit. Inside are highly dangerous voltages. Do Not damage the Generator Inductors, e.g. with pointed / sharp objects as this may lead to electric shock.
 This Induction Unit is only for commercial cooking and for indoor use. It is only to be used with
induction capable cookware. Any other use may result in unexpected hazards.
 Only use Induction Capable Cookware with a base of at least 120 mm diameter.
 Do not place metal objects, e.g. kitchen utensils, cutlery, tools, jewelry etc, on the cooking surface
as they will quickly heat up if the appliance is turned ‘On’.
 Beware that when using the induction unit, personal items such as rings, watches and similar objects could get hot when in close proximity to the cooking zone.
 Do Not place Aluminium Foil on the cooking zone.
 Do Not use the ceramic glass surface as a work top.
 Do not damage the cooking surface. If the cooking surface shows visible signs of cracking, the
appliance must be immediately disconnected from the mains supply.
 Switch ‘Off’ the cooking zone after use. Do not rely on the Pan Detection Mode.
Personnel:
 Employees, visitors and contract personnel must be informed of the potential hazards for persons
with pacemakers or metal implants. These persons must consult their doctor or the appliance
manufacturer.
Maintenance and Repair:
 Maintenance and repair work is only to be undertaken by service persons trained or recommended
by the manufacturer.
 Disconnect the electrical supply before removing the Induction Unit.
 Defective or damaged Induction Units are not to be installed, these should be returned to the
manufacturer for repair.
 For safety reasons, only used recommended original spare parts and accessories.
 Dispose of appliance in accordance with national and regional regulations.
Emergency:
 Immediately switch ‘Off’ appliance and disconnect from the mains supply.
Fire:
 Burning appliances should only be extinguished with a Carbon Dioxide (CO2) extinguisher. Never
use water or powder type extinguishers.
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Specifications
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
IN[1]8200E
IN[1]8400E
Induction Cooktop (450 wide) - 2 Induction Heat Zones.
Induction Cooktop (900 wide) - 4 Induction Heat Zones.
NOTE:
[1]: - Model Options;
L
B
LB
- Standard Models.
- Low Back Models.
- Bold Front.
- Low Back and Bold Front.
General
A commercial heavy duty, high efficiency Induction Cooktop for modular kitchens, constructed in
easy clean stainless steel external finish. It has a high option Cooktop arrangement with either 2 or
4 Induction Heat Zone option. Can be supplied with either Standard or Low Back Option and is
available on industrial adjustable feet or with rear roller assembly.
Induction generators are the result of intensive research and development work. In addition to their
high safety standard, they offer easy operation, the latest technology and maximum convenience
for:
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Boiling.
Roasting.
Keeping Food Warm.
Flambéing.
Grilling.
The pan bottom is heated directly with a minimum of energy loss, without having to heat a hotplate
needlessly. The food is heated more rapidly, allowing set meals to be prepared in a shorter time,
with greater convenience and efficiency.
A pan detection feature ensures that no energy is flowing when there is no pan (eliminating any fire
hazard).
A temperature sensor monitors the pan to prevent the pan boiling dry (no liquid in the pan), and
switches ‘Off’ the cooking zone immediately in the event of over heating.
Maximum efficiency is only obtained when induction- capable pans and pots are used.
Technical Data
Minimal Pan Diameter
120 mm.
Relative Humidity
10% to 90% Non-condensing.
Ambient Temperature:
Operation
Storage
0˚C to +40˚C.
-20˚C to +70˚C.
Supply Voltage:
Voltage Tolerance:
Supply Frequency:
Operating Frequency:
According to the Technical Data Plate.
-10% to +6%.
50 or 60 Hz.
18 to 22 kHz.
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Specifications
Electrical Supply Requirements
Power Supply
Model
Voltage
Type
Frequency
IN8200E
400-415 Vac
3P+E
50 / 60 Hz
IN8400E
400-415 Vac
3P+E
50 / 60 Hz
Total Power
Input
Amps
L1
L2
L3
10 kW
16
16
16
20 kW
32
32
32
Electrical Connection
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
The electrical supply connection point is located at the rear of the appliance, approximately 130 mm
from the right hand side and 48 mm from the rear of the appliance and 614 mm from the floor.
When connecting a this electric appliance to the mains supply, ensure that the following is carried
out: An isolating switch is fitted within 2 m of the appliance, but not on the appliance and in
such a position that the user does not have to reach across the cooking surface.
 Supply cord shall be oil-resistant, sheathed flexible cable and not lighter than ordinary
polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic elastomer sheathed cord (as per AS/NZS
3191 part 2.10.11. or IEC 60245-IEC-57) e.g. HO5 RN-F Type.
 The branch supply line shall be individually overload protected to the correct current
rating and the supply cord shall be protected against any mechanical or thermal damage.
 A grommet is fitted around the wiring entry hole into the appliance.
 All wiring connections must be tight.
Refer to the appropriate wiring standards for the size of cable that is to be supplied to an appliance
for the current drawn on that line.
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Dimensions
Dimensions
IN(L)8200E
IN(L)8400E
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Installation
Installation Requirements
NOTE:
 It is most important that this Induction Cooktop is installed correctly and that operation is
correct before use. Installation shall comply with local electrical and health and safety
requirements.
Waldorf Induction Cooktops are designed to provide years of satisfactory service, and correct installation is
essential to achieve the best performance, efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with National installation codes and in addition, in
accordance with relevant National / Local codes covering gas and fire safety.
Australia / New Zealand
United Kingdom:
AS/NZS 3000
BS 7671
- Wiring Rules.
- Requirements for Electrical Installations.
Installations must be carried out by qualified persons only. Failure to install equipment to the
relevant codes and manufacturer’s specifications shown in this section will void the
warranty.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by manufacturer, are only
to be adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by the installation
person.
Unpacking
 Remove all packaging and transit protection from the appliance including all protective plastic
coating from the exterior stainless steel panels.
 Check equipment and parts for damage. Report any damage immediately to the carrier and
distributor.
 Report any deficiencies to the distributor who supplied the appliance.
 Check that the available electrical supply is correct to that shown on the Rating Plate attached to the
underside of the R/H side, front Induction Cooktop lower trim.
Location
1.
2.
3.
Installation must include adequate clearance and ventilation.
Position the appliance in its approximate working position.
The legs must always be fitted. Ensure that the legs are securely attached.
Clearances
Combustible Surface
Non Combustible Surface
Left / Right Hand Side
50mm
0mm
Rear
50mm
0mm
NOTE: Only non-combustible materials can be used in close proximity to this appliance.
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Installation
Assembly
This model is delivered completely assembled. Ensure that the adjustable feet are securely attached.
C AUTIO N :
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only qualified service persons are to carry out installation and servicing of
this appliance.
NOTE:
 This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable the appliance to be positioned
securely and level. This should be carried out on completion of the electrical connection.
 Rear Roller Kit - For installation details, refer to the instructions supplied with the kit.
Electrical Connection
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
NOTE: ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSON.
Each appliance should be connected to an adequately protected power supply and isolation switch mounted
adjacent to, but not behind the appliance. This switch must be clearly marked and readily accessible in
case of fire.
1.
Check that the electricity supply is correct as shown on the Rating Plate. Refer to the 'Dimensions
Section’ for rating plate locations for the different model types.
2.
The supply terminal connections are located at the rear of the the appliance. Refer to ‘Electrical
Connections’ in the ‘Specifications’ section of the manual.
3.
Bring the supply cable up through the compression type gland provided on the rear of the main
electrical switchgear panel.
4.
Connect the mains supply to L1, L2 and L3 connections as required. Refer to the 'Electrical Supply
Requirements' section.
5.
Connect earth conductors to earth stud.
6.
For all connections ensure that conductors are secure and appropriately terminated.
7.
Tighten the cable gland to secure against tension on the cable.
NOTE:
 This appliance must be earthed.
 Fixed wiring installations must incorporate an all-pole disconnection switch.
8.
Correctly locate the appliance into its final operating position and using a spirit level, adjust the legs
so that the appliance is level and at the correct height.
9.
Connect the power supply to the appliance.
10.
Check that the electrical supply is as shown in ‘Specifications’ section.
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Installation
Commissioning
The following commissioning checks must be carried out before the Induction Cooktop is
handed over for use, to ensure that the unit operates correctly and the operator(s) understand
the correct operating procedure.
1.
Before leaving the new installation, check the following functions in accordance with the operating
instructions specified in the ‘Operation’ section of this manual.
 Check the current draw and loading for the equipment. Refer specification section for correct
electrical requirements.
 Check that all the connections are correct and that all cover panels have been re-fitted.
 After everything is connected, perform the following function check:a.
Ensure that any cooking pots are removed from the cooking zone.
b.
Adjust the cooking level to ‘Zero’.
c.
Switch ‘On’ the mains supply.
d.
The Green and Red Indicator lamps must not illuminate or flash.
e.
Increase the cooking level to any number.
f.
The Green Indicator lamp must blink regularly every second (Pan Detecting Mode). On the
display, Pan Detection Symbol U must blink (Pan Detecting Mode).
g.
No Fault must occur. Red Indicator lamp must not illuminate.
h.
Place a water filled induction pan (minimum of 120 mm diameter) on the cooking zone.
i.
The Green Indicator lamp must be ‘On’ continuously.
j.
Adjust power to Maximum.
k.
After a few seconds, the fan must turn ‘On’.
WARNING:
DO NOT HEAT EMPTY PANS WITHOUT SUPERVISION. ALWAYS PLACE PANS IN THE CENTRE
INDUCTOR ZONE. PANS SHOULD NOT BE HEATED UP TO MORE THAN 300˚C (570˚F).
OF AN
 If an error occurs, refer to the ‘Fault Finding’ section of this manual.
 Ensure that this instruction manual is left with the appliance.
 Ensure that all the relevant details and contacts have been added to the front of this manual.
2.
Ensure that the operator has been instructed in the areas of correct operation and shutdown
procedure for the appliance.
3.
This manual must be kept by the owner for future reference and as a record of Date of Purchase,
Date of Installation and Serial Number of Unit recorded and kept with this manual. (These
details can be found on the Rating Plate attached to the inner R/H side panel. Refer to
the ‘Dimensions’ section for rating plate location).
NOTE:
 If for some reason it is not possible to get the unit to operate correctly, turn off the
electrical power supply and contact a qualified service person. The supplier of this unit
will be able to recommend a suitable person.
 Make sure that the electrical supply is turned off before any service or maintenance work is
carried out.
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Operation
Operation Guide
C AUTIO N :
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only qualified service persons are to carry out installation and servicing
operations.
 Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
1.
2.
by
the
Waldorf appliances have been designed to provide simplicity of operation.
Improper operation is therefore almost impossible, however bad operation practices can reduce the
life of the appliance and produce a poor quality product. To use this appliance correctly please read
the following sections carefully.
Description of Controls
(Model IN8200E Shown)
Fault Lamp (Red)
Pan Detection / Power ‘On’ Lamp (Green)
HI-LO Temperature
Control Knob
(Rear Hob)
HI / LO Temperature Control Knob
Used to select hob required and to adjust the temperature setting for individual Hobs.
Pan Detection / Power ‘On’ Lamp (Green)
Illuminates and remains ‘On’ when a selected hob is turned ‘On’ and has a pan on the hob.
If the hob is turned ‘On’ without a pan on the hob, the lamp will commence flashing until a pan is placed
on the selected hob.
Also used with the ‘Fault Lamp’ to display Generator Faults, refer to ‘Error Code Pattern’ in the ‘Fault
Finding’ section.
Fault Lamp (Red)
Illuminates and remains ‘On’ when a fault is detected. The red fault lamp will remain ‘On’ until the fault is
rectified. Refer to ‘Error Code Pattern’ in the ‘Fault Finding’ section.
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Operation
Operating the Cooktop
WARNING:
INDUCTION HEAT SOURCE - CARE
MUST BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THAT THE SPLASHBACK AND SURROUNDING
AREAS ARE KEPT FREE OF METALLIC OBJECTS.
Before Operating this Appliance Please Note the Following Points: Metallic objects such as kitchen utensils, cutlery etc. shall not be placed on the Cooktop
surface within the cooking zones as they could become hot.
 Take care when operating the appliance, as rings, watches and similar objects worn by the
user could get hot when in close proximity to the Cooktop surface.
 Only use pans of the type and size recommended by the manufacturer.
NOTE: Users with Heart Pacemakers fitted should consult with their doctor or the manufacturer
before using this appliance.
The controls for the hobs may be set at any position between high and low to provide the desire level of
heating. An individual green neon for each hob, will glow when the hob is ‘On’ with a pan present and
extinguish when the hob is turned ‘Off’.
Start cooking at the highest setting, and change to a lower setting when the desired temperature is
reached.
1.
2.
3.
Turn power ‘On’ at the mains power supply.
Place cooking pan onto the hob to be used, ensuring that there is liquid in the pan.
Turn the control knob to the desired temperature. The ‘Green’ indicator lamp will illuminate and stay
‘On’.
NOTE: If the control knob is turned ‘On’ without a pan being on the hob, the green indicator lamp
will commence flashing until a pan is placed on the hob.
4.
On completion of cooking, turn ‘Off’ the control knob and remove the pan, the green indicator light
will extinguish.
NOTE: If the Red ‘Fault Lamp’ Illuminates and remains ‘On’, a fault has been detected. The red fault
lamp will remain ‘On’ until the fault is rectified. The Green indicator light will commence
flashing. Refer to ‘Error Code Pattern’ in the ‘Fault Finding’ section. DO NOT use the
appliance until the fault is rectified.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
C AUTIO N :
Always turn off the electrical power supply at the mains supply before cleaning.
This appliance is not water proof.
Do not use water jet spray to clean interior or exterior of this appliance.
General
Clean the Induction Cooktop regularly. A clean appliance looks better, will last longer and will
perform better. Carbonised grease on the surface will hinder the transfer of heat from the cooking
surface to the food. This will result in loss of cooking efficiency.
DO NOT use water on the induction hob while this item is still hot as warping and
cracking may occur. Allow the hob to cool down before cleaning.
NOTE:
 DO NOT use abrasive detergents, strong solvents or caustic detergents as they could
corrode or damage the induction hob.
To keep your Induction Cooktop clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow the procedures shown
below:After Each Use
1.
Clean the Induction Cooktop hob area with a plastic or wooden scraper tool to remove any food
debris.
2.
Wipe down with a damp cloth lightly moistened with a solution of mild detergent and water. Dry the
Cooktop hob area thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
Daily Cleaning
1.
Thoroughly clean the splash back, the interior and exterior surfaces of the Induction Cooktop with
hot water, a detergent solution and a soft scrubbing brush.
2.
Clean the Control Panel with a damp cloth lightly moistened with a solution of mild detergent and
water. Dry the control panel thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
3.
Any carbon deposits should be removed using a plastic or wooden scraper tool followed by wiping
with a cloth moistened in a solution of hot water and detergent to prevent accumulation of food
deposits.
4.
Dry the Induction Cooktop thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Weekly Cleaning
NOTE:
 If the Induction Cooktop usage is very high, we recommend that the weekly cleaning procedure is carried out on a more frequent basis.
 Ensure that protective gloves are worn during the cleaning process.
 DO NOT use harsh abrasive detergents, strong solvents or caustic detergents as they will
damage the Induction Cooktop.
Induction Cooktop Cooking Area
a. Clean the Induction Cooktop area with a soft cloth and a mild detergent and hot water solution.
b. Baked on deposits may require the use of a plastic or wooden scraper and a good quality glass
cleaner. Always apply cleaner when the appliance is cold.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. Clean the exterior surfaces of the Induction Cooktop with hot water, a mild detergent solution
and a soft scrubbing brush. Note that the control knobs are a push fit onto the control spindles
and can be removed to allow cleaning of the front control panel.
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require a good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless
steel wool. Always apply cleaner when the appliance is cold and rub in the direction of the grain.
c. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
Monthly Filter Cleaning
NOTE: If the Induction Cooktop usage is very high, we recommend
that the grease filter monthly cleaning procedure is carried
out on a more frequent basis. Once a month, the grease filter should be removed and cleaned.
a. Open the Induction Cooktop door and remove the securing
screws. Remove the filter.
b. Grease Filters can be cleaned by immersing in detergent and
hot water and finally rinsing in hot water.
c. Allow the grease filter to dry before re-fitting.
Grease Filter
Periodic Maintenance
To achieve the best results, cleaning must be regular and thorough and all controls and mechanical
parts checked and adjusted periodically by a competent serviceman. If any small faults occur, have
them attended to promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown.
It is recommended that the appliance is serviced every 6 months.
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Fault Finding
Fault Finding
This section provides an easy reference guide to the more common problems that may occur during the
operation of your appliance. The fault finding guide in this section is intended to help you correct, or at
least accurately diagnose problems with your equipment.
Although this section covers the most common problems reported, you may encounter a problem not
covered in this section. In such instances, please contact your local authorised service agent who will
make every effort to help you identify and resolve the problem. Please note that the service agent will
require the following information:
The Model Trade Name and the Serial Number of the Appliance. (both can be found on
the Technical Data Plate located on the appliance.
Fault
Possible Cause
Remedy
Insufficient heating of the
cooking zone.
Unsuitable pan material.
Use only approved pans.
Continuous heating of the
cooking zone at maximum power.
Knob switch faulty.
Check / Replace the knob switch.
Empty cooking zone starts
operating.
Pan detection sensor faulty.
Call the service provider.
Replace / repair generator.
Call the service provider.
Small metal objects are heated.
Pan detection sensor faulty.
Replace / repair generator.
Call the service provider.
No heating of cooking zone.
Pan bottom diameter is less than
120 mm.
Use suitable pan size.
Generator defective.
Replace / repair generator.
Call the service provider.
Appliance not working.
Mains fuse or supply interrupted.
Check fuses / mains connection.
Fuses blow when switching ‘on’
appliance.
Short circuit in generator.
Replace / repair generator.
Call the service provider.
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Fault Finding
Error Code Pattern
There are the following error types: Generator Errors (E1).
Generator Errors - are faults detected by the generator and on analogue controls, the faults can be
detected according to the duration and frequency of the green light blinking. The green lamp lights, one
long flash and then short regular flashes. The number of these short flashes refers to the error number.
This pattern will repeat constantly.
Generator Fault Messages (E1)
Error No.
Type of Error
Use suitable pan material
Wrong or defective coil
Check Coil
No inductor current
Inductor connection failure
Connect the Inductor correctly
IGBT Temperature too high
Air routes blocked
Fan clogged
Temperature sensor of IGBT defective
Clear air routes
Check fan and clean
Check fan rotation
Pan empty
Remove pan, switch ‘Off’ and wait a
few minutes until cooking field has
cooled down
Temperature Sensor faulty
Replace Temperature Sensor
Power Board faulty
Replace Generator
Defective wiring or Control Unit
Check wiring harness to unit, or
replace Control Unit
Control Unit faulty
Replace the Control Unit
Air routes blocked
Fan clogged, temperature sensor defect
Exterior heat sources too close
Clear air routes
Clean fan
Move appliance or heat sources
Coil temperature too high
Remove pan, switch ‘Off’ and wait a
few minutes until cooking field has
cooled down
Temperature Sensor faulty
Replace Temperature Sensor
01
Hardware over-current
E1
02
E1
03
E1
E1
E1
04
05
06
07
Corrective Action
Unsuitable pan material
E1
E1
Cause
Cooking zone temperature too
high or too low
Control Unit failure
Internal temperature too high
Coil temperature
E1
08
Mains phase failure
Breakdown of mains phase or mains
power fluctuation
Check mains supply
E1
13
Mains connection error
Mains voltage is too high or too low
Check mains connection
E1
14
Mains adaptor error
Mains voltage is too high or too low
Check mains connection
Mains error
Switch ‘Off’ the main power switch
and wait a few seconds and switch
power back ‘On’
Empty pan
Remove pan, switch ‘Off’ and wait a
few minutes until cooking field has
cooled down
E1
15
Empty pan protection
Defective Coil Temperature Sensor
15
Replace Coil Temperature
Sensor
C
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
POTENTIOMETER
+
-
16
4
ln
+
L1
L2
L3
PE L3 L2 L1
+
INDUCTION
GENERATOR
MICROSWITCH CONNECTION
out1
TYPICAL CONTROL
CONNECTION DETAIL
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
Digital I/O
+
rt
rt
ln
out2
+
+
+
gn
gn
+
+
NEONS
+
+
Lamps
+
rt
Digital I/O
out1
Poti
-
+
+
C
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
out2
CONTROL A
CONTROL PANEL
NEONS
-
gn
Lamps
Poti
+
Lamps
Poti
B
CONTROL C
CONTROL B
N/C
COM
1
MICROSWITCH
3
2
3
COIL
COIL
Wiring Schematic - IN(L)8200E
MAINS CONNECTION
400-415v 3P+E
+
-
POTENTIOMETER
COIL AND COIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR CONNECTION DETAIL
B
2
Wiring Schematic
Induction Cooktop.
+
+
-
-
NEONS
17
-
-
+
+
POTENTIOMETER
gn
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
-
-
L1
L2
L3
N/C
4
NEONS
COM
1
+
+
MICROSWITCH
-
-
POTENTIOMETER
+
rt
PE L3 L2 L1
gn
+
gn
+
rt
Lamps
Poti
+
Lamps
Poti
B
CONTROL B
A
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
CONTROL A
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
gn
+
rt
Lamps
+
Poti
gn
+
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
Digital I/O
+
+
ln
+
out2
+
out1
+
ln
+
N/C
COM
1
MICROSWITCH
3
MICROSWITCH CONNECTION
rt
Lamps
+
D
out1
Digital I/O
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
CONTROL D
C
INDUCTION
GENERATOR
Poti
CONTROL C
out2
MAINS CONNECTION
400-415v 3P+E
+
+
NEONS
TYPICAL CONTROL
CONNECTION DETAIL
rt
POTENTIOMETER
+
CONTROL PANEL
NEONS
+
Lamps
CONTROL A
Poti
B
2
3
COIL
COIL
2
3
2
3
COIL
COIL
2
Wiring Schematic - IN(L)8400E
POTENTIOMETER
A
?W
+
?F
+
PU
+
TYPICAL COIL AND COIL TEMPERATURE SENSOR
CONNECTION DETAIL
Wiring Schematic
Induction Cooktop.
Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for the servicing and
repair of this appliance. The instructions supplied with the parts should be followed
when replacing components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest authorized
service branch (contact details are as shown on the reverse of the front cover of this
manual).
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 rating plate.
233706
233705
234480
234481
234482
234693
235309
227398
020774
227850
229674
235137
235351
227856
235308
235307
Induction Glass 450.
Induction Glass 900.
Induction Generator Vario Quad - 2 Tray.
Induction Generator Vario Quad - 4 Tray.
Induction Coil Tray 2 Zone.
Induction Control Rotary Switch Assembly (Includes LED’s).
Potentiometer with Switch.
Knob Waldorf 6 mm, HI-4-3-2-1-LO.
Microswitch.
Leg 150 mm (Flush Stud).
Rear Roller Assy.
Induction Air Filter.
Thumb Screw (for Filter).
Magnetic Door Catch.
LED Red.
LED Green.
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