USE AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL MOD. KF 620 – KF 622

USE AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL MOD. KF 620 – KF 622
USE AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MOD. KF 620 – KF 622
rev. 2
TECNOEKA S.r.l.
Via I. Nievo, n.12/B - 35012 Camposampiero (Padova) Italy
Tel. +39.049.9300344 – +39.049.5791479 Fax +39.049.5794387
www.tecnoeka.com E-mail: info@tecnoeka.com
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Prodotti mirati per Ristorazioni, Pasticcerie,
Panetterie e Gastronomie
TECNOEKA Srl
Via I. Nievo, 12/B
35012 Camposampiero (PD)
Tel. +39 049 5791479 - +39 049 9300344
Fax + 39 049 5794387
www.tecnoeka.com – info@tecnoeka.com
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Annexed document II A, of directive 98/37/EC
Manufacturer
Address
TECNOEKA Srl
Via I. Nievo, 12/B - 35012 Camposampiero (Pd)
Type of product
Model
Electric oven
KF 620 – KF 622
TECNOEKA Srl declares that the above mentioned products conform to the safety
regulations under:
CEI EN 60335-1
- Low voltage directive 2006/95/EC
CEI EN 60335-2-42
- Electromagnetic compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
CEI EN 55014-1
CEI EN 61000-3-2
CEI EN 61000-3-3
- Machine Directive 98/37/EC;
- Directive on the general safety of products 2001/95/EC;
- Directive on the restriction in the use of dangerous substances in electrical
and electronic appliances 2002/95/EC;
- Directive on waste from electrical and electronic appliances 2002/96/EC.
Camposampiero, 03/06/2008.
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Signature of a Representative of the Board of
directors
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Index
1. Technical service
2. General warnings
3. Technical specifications
4. Instructions for the installer
5. Use instructions (for the user)
6. Residual risks (for the user)
7. How to use the control panel
8. Oven cooking
9. Cooking advice
10. Routine cleaning and maintenance
11. Technical assistance
12. Informations to the consumers
13. Wiring layouts
14. The Warranty
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1. Technical service
A technical check-up once or twice a year helps prolong the life of the appliance and
guarantees better operation. Make sure that assistance is carried out solely and exclusively by
qualified personnel. For any spare parts orders or for any information about the appliance,
always mention the serial number and model (data indicated on the "technical data" plate at
the rear of the oven).
2. General warnings
Very important!: keep this instruction book together with the appliance for future
consultation.
These warnings were drafted for your safety and for that of others. Please read them
carefully before installing or using the appliance:
- If, on receipt of the goods, the packaging is damaged, write the following on the delivery
note: “I REVERSE THE RIGHT TO CONTROL THE GOODS”, specify the damage and get
the driver to sign in acceptance; send a claim in writing to the seller within 4 calendar
days from the date of receipt. No claim shall be accepted after such period.
- The appliance is intended for professional use and must be utilised by qualified personnel
trained to use it.
- Any modification which may be necessary on the electrical system to enable installation
of the appliance, must be carried out solely by competent personnel.
- It is dangerous to modify or attempt to modify the characteristics of this appliance.
- Never clean the appliance with direct water jets, because, if any water enters, it could
limit the machine's safety .
- Before doing any maintenance or cleaning jobs, disconnect the appliance from the
electrical mains and allow it to cool.
- When the tilting door is wide open, do not put anything on the surface, because the
door hinges could be irreparably damaged.
- Do not attempt to carry out the periodic controls or any repairs by yourself. Contact the
nearest Service Centre and use only original spare parts.
N.B.: Improper or incorrect use and failure to observe the installation instructions shall release
the manufacture from all responsibility. In this connection, the directives in the
"POSITIONING" paragraph must be strictly observed.
3. Technical specifications
Appliance model
Cooking chamber Vol. (dm3=lt)
Convection heating element (kW)
Weight (Kg)
Dimensions of appliance LxDxH (mm)
Power vals. (W)
Max. absorbed power (kW)
Power supply voltage (V)
Class
Degree of protection against
humidity
Power cable diameter
Type of cable
KF 620
KF 622
54
2,7
31
1,35
33
590x540x595
CONVECTION MOTORISED VENTILATOR: 50
LIGHTING LAMP: 25
2,8
2,9
(50Hz)
220/230
I (against electric shocks)
IPX0
3x1,5 mm2
H07RN-F
The noise level of the appliance in operation is below 70 dB (A).
The "technical data" plate is positioned on the rear panel of the appliance.
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4. Instructions for the installer
The following instructions are aimed at the qualified installer, to ensure that he carries out
the installation, adjustment and maintenance operations as correctly as possible and according
to current legal regulations. Any operation must be performed with electrical power cut to the
appliance.
Before using the appliance, carefully remove the special adhesive film protecting the parts in
stainless steel. Do not leave any glue residues on the surfaces. If necessary, remove them at
once, with an appropriate solvent.
Fitting the feet - The feet are inside the appliance and must be secured on the four threaded
holes on the base. If necessary, the height of the feet can be adjusted by screwing or
unscrewing.
Positioning - Position the appliance perfectly horizontally on a table or similar support (the
table or support must be at least 85 cm above the floor). Position it at a distance of not less
than 10 cm from the side and rear walls, to enable natural ventilating air to circulate freely
around it. The appliance is ventilated through specific openings on the metal walls of the outer
housing , and ensures efficiency and long-life. For this reason it is strictly forbidden to obstruct
these ventilation openings, even partially or for short periods. Failure to observe this specific
prohibition releases the manufacturer of the appliance from all responsibility and immediately
voids any guarantee rights for the said appliance, because its constructive conformity has been
voluntarily compromised. Furthermore, the appliance is not suitable for embedding and for
grouped positioning with other identical appliances.
Electrical connection - The appliance must be connected to the electrical mains according to
current legal regulations. Before making the connection, make sure of the following:
- the voltage and frequency values of the power supply system match the values on the
"technical data" plate affixed on the appliance;
- the limiting valve and the system are able to support the appliance's load (see the
"technical data" plate);
- the power supply system has an adequate earth connection according to current legal
regulations;
- a single-pole switch with minimum between-contacts aperture of 3 mm, sized to the
load and conforming to current legal regulations, is fitted between the appliance and the
mains in the direct connection to the mains;
- the single-pole switch used for connection is easy to reach when the appliance is
installed;
- the yellow/green earth wire is not interrupted by the switch;
- the power supply, when the appliance is operating, must not deviate from the rated
voltage value by ±10%;
- make sure that after inserting the power supply cord into the terminal block it does not
come into contact with any of the cooking range's hot parts.
Connection of power cable - The terminal board is on the rear panel of the appliance. Open
the terminal board cover by obtaining leverage with a screwdriver on the two side fins. Loosen
the cable gripper screw and allow the cable to pass through it. Arrange the conductors so that
the earth conductor is the last to detach from its terminal if the cable goes into a state of faulty
traction. Connect the phase conductor to the terminal marked with the letter "L", the neutral
conductor to the terminal marked with the letter "N" and the earth conductor to the terminal
. Tighten the ring-nut of the cable gripper and close the terminal
marked with the symbol
board cover. The appliance must be connected to an equipotential system whose efficiency
must first be checked according to current legal regulations. This connection must be made
between different appliances by using the appropriate terminal marked with the symbol . The
equipotential conductor must have a minimum diameter of 10 mm2 The equipotential terminal
is at the rear of the appliance.
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Safety thermal breaker - The appliance has a manually reset safety thermal breaker. It
protects against excessive dangerous over-temperatures which could be accidentally generated
inside the appliance. This device is located on the back of the oven
5. Use instructions (for the user)
For first use, we advise you to let the appliance to run load-free at maximum temperature for
about one hour. In this way, any unpleasant smells due to thermal insulation and residual work
grease are eliminated.
This appliance must be used solely for the purpose for which it was expressly designed, i.e.
cooking foods in the oven. Any other use is considered unsuitable.
The appliance can be used: for all oven cooking of deserts, pizzas, meat, fish, vegetables, as
well as for gratinating, and for re-conditioning cooled and frozen foods.
When placing food in the cooking compartment, leave a space of at least 40 mm between
pans in order not to over-obstruct air circulation.
Do not use pans with higher than necessary edges: edges are barriers which prevent the
circulation of hot air.
Warm up the oven before every cooking operation to obtain maximum uniformity.
Do not salt foods in the cooking compartment.
6. Residual risks (for the user)
After a cooking operation, open the door cautiously, to avoid a violent outflow of heat which
could cause burns.
While the oven is in operation, pay attention to the hot zones (marked on the appliance) of
its external surfaces.
Place the machine on a bench or similar support, at a height of at least 85 cm from the floor.
The bench or support must be able to support the weight of the machine and house it
correctly.
The appliance contains electrical parts and must never be washed with a jet of water or
steam.
The appliance is electrically connected: before attempting any cleaning operation, cut power
to the appliance.
Do not use the door handle to move the appliance (the glass panel may break).
When the tilting door is wide open, there is the risk that things could be placed on the
surface with the risk of irreparably damaging the door hinges.
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7. How to use the control panel
Control Panel symbol legend:
- "End of cooking" programming knob / Programmer indicator light
- Control thermostat knob / Temperature indicator light
Programmer Knob
Allows start up of the appliance.
Fig. 1
Thermostate knob
Set the desired temperature in to the cooking chamber.
Fig. 2
Programming cooking time - To run the oven, turn the programmer knob (Fig. 1) in line with
symbol
(continuous operation) or in line with the selected cooking time (up to 120 minutes).
In the second case, end of cooking is signalled by the oven switching OFF automatically and
from the sound signal of the reverser. Press the knob of the reverser to stop the sound signal.
before to turn the knob of the reverser in
Be sure that the knob is pressed
correspondance of the symbol
Programming cooking temperature - Turn the knob of the adjustment thermostat (Fig. 2) in
line with the temperature selected for cooking.
Control thermostat indicator light - The control thermostat orange indicator light goes OFF
whenever the programmed temperature is reached inside the cooking compartment. It lights up
again when the thermostat is tripped to re-establish this temperature.
"End of cooking" programmer indicator light - The programmer green indicator light
indicate that the oven is operating and that cooking time is active.
Oven internal light - The light is always on when the oven is operating.
8. Oven cooking
For cooking, before putting food in, warm up the oven to the required temperature. When
the oven reaches the temperature, put the food in and check cooking time. Switch off the oven
5 minutes before the theoretical time in order to recover stored heat.
Convection cooking - Activate the oven and turn the thermostat knob in line with the
required temperature.
Defreezing - Activate the oven and turn the thermostat knob to the OFF position
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9. Cooking advice
Convection cooking - Heat is transferred to the foods by pre-heated air, forced to circulate by
in the cooking chamber. The heat quickly and uniformly reaches all parts of the chamber,
enabling simultaneous cooking of different types of food (providing they have the same cooking
temperature), placed on the shelves without mixing tastes and smells. Convection cooking is
particularly convenient for rapid de-freezing, and for sterilising preserves and drying mushrooms
and fruit.
Cooking desserts - Desserts require a very high temperature (usually from 150 to 200°C) and
a pre-heated oven (about ten minutes). The oven door must not be opened until at least 3/4 of
the cooking time has elapsed. Whipped dough must be difficult to detach from a spoon
because excessive fluidity would prolong cooking time to no avail.
Cooking meat and fish - Meat to be cooked should weight at least 1 Kg to prevent it drying
too much. Very tender red meats to be cooked rare, which must be cooked on the outside to
keep all their gravy, require short cooking time at high temperature (200-250°C). The gravy
ingredients must be placed immediately in the pan only if the cooking temperature is brief,
otherwise they should be added during the last half-hour. You can check the degree of cooking
by squashing the meat with a spoon: if the meat does not yield, it is correctly cooked. For roast
beef and fillet, which must remain pink inside, cooking time must be very brief. Meats may be
placed on a plate suitable for oven cooking or directly on the grill, under which you should
place a tray to collect the gravy. When cooking has finished, we advise you to wait for 15
minutes before cutting the meat so that the gravy does not come out. Before being served, the
dishes may be kept hot in the oven at minimum temperature.
10. Routine cleaning and maintenance
(WARNING: Cut power to the appliance before every operation)
General cleaning - Clean the oven when it is cold. Wash enamelled parts with lukewarm
water and soap, do not use abrasive products, steel wool, or acids, which could ruin them. To
clean the steel parts, do not use products containing chlorine (sodium hypochlorite, hydrochloric
acid, etc) even if diluted. Use specific off-the-shelf products or a little hot vinegar. Rinse
thoroughly with water and dry with a soft cloth. Clean the glass door of the oven with hot
water only, and do not use rough cloths. Do not allow foods (especially acid foods such as salt,
vinegar, lemon, etc) to stagnate on the stainless steel parts, because they could deteriorate. Do
not wash the appliance with direct jets of water, because if water enters, this could limit the
appliance's safety. Do not use corrosive substances (e.g. hydrochloric acid) to clean the oven' s
support bench.
Cleaning the oven - It is good practice to clean the oven interior at the end of every day of
duty. In this way it will be easier to remove cooking residues, preventing them from burning
when the oven is next used. Clean it accurately with hot water and soap or with the appropriate
off-the-shelf products.
Cleaning the oven door - To clean the oven door thoroughly, proceed as follows:
- fully open the door;
- attach the rings “A” onto the hinge seats (Fig. 3);
- lift the door gently and withdraw it (Fig. 4).
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Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Replacing oven lamp - Electrically switch off the appliance; unscrew the protective glass cap
(Fig. 5); unscrew the lamp and replace it with another lamp suitable for high temperatures
(300°C), with the following characteristics:
- Voltage
230/240 V
- Power
25 W
- Fitting
E 14
Refit the glass cap and power up the appliance.
11. Technical assistance
Before leaving the factory, the appliance was completely regulated and tested by expert
specialised personnel to guarantee the best operating results.
All repairs and settings must be performed with utmost care and attention, respecting
national safety regulations in force. Always contact your retailer or our nearest Service Centre,
giving details of the problem, the appliance model and the serial number (on the rating plate on
the rear panel).
For any maintenance the user can contact Tecnoeka by calling the telephone numbers on the
cover or going to www.tecnoeka.com.
12. Informations to the consumers
Further to Directive 2002/96/EC, the symbol of the crossed rubbish skip on
the appliance means that at the end of its life, the product must be
disposed of separately from the other rubbish. The user must hand the
appliance to a specialised waste collection centre for electric and electronic
equipment.
The separate collection of the rubbish and subsequent treatment, recovery and disposal help to
produce other equipment using recycled materials, reducing the negative effects on the
environment and public health, which would be caused by incorrect management of the
rubbish.
Should the user dispose of the product abusively, administrative sanctions would be applied.
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13. Wiring layouts
WIRING LAYOUT
MOD. KF 620
Key
M
Pr
T1
T2
L
R1
V1
Power terminal board
"End of cooking" programmer
Safety thermo-switch
Oven thermostat
Oven lighting lamp
Circular heating-element
Oven motorised ventilator
S1
S2
K1
K2
K3
K4
Programmer indicator light
Thermostat indicator light
Circular heating-element earth
Motorised ventilator earth
Oven lighting lamp earth
Thermostat earth
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WIRING LAYOUT
MOD. KF 622
Key
M
Power terminal board
Pr
"End of cooking" programmer
T1
Safety thermo-switch
T2
Oven thermostat
L
Oven lighting lamp
R1-R2 Circular heating-elements
V1-V2 Oven motorised ventilators
S1
S2
K1
K2
K3
K4
Programmer indicator light
Thermostat indicator light
Circular heating-element earth
Motorised ventilator earth
Oven lighting lamp earth
Thermostat earth
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14. The Warranty
Your appliance is covered by warranty. The seller will replace or repair (and his decision will be final),
free of charge for the customer, only those parts that are defective due to a manufacturing fault on
condition that, under penalty of forfeiture:
− for domestic equipment, the customer notifies the fault within two months from the date when
he/she discovered it and anyway within 2 years form the date of purchase;
− for professional equipment, the customer notifies the fault within 8 days from the date when
he/she discovered it and anyway within 12 months from the date of purchase,
by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt and enclosing the invoice or receipt proving the
purchase.
Apart from the case when the customer cannot produce the invoice or receipt proving the purchase or
when the above-mentioned terms are not complied with, the warranty is expressly excluded in the
following cases:
1) faults or breakage caused by the transport;
2) wrong or incorrect installation of the product (for instance because of insufficient draught of the
flue or exhausts) in light of the instructions given in the user’s handbook supplied with the
product;
3) inadequate or abnormal electrical, hydraulic and/or gas supplies;
4) carelessness, negligence or incompetence in using the product in light of the instructions given in
the user’s handbook supplied with the product;
5) use of the product for uses different from the one for which it was built or anyway in a manner
not compliant with the instructions given in the user’s handbook supplied with the product;
6) tampering with the product;
7) adjustments and/or maintenance and/or repairs carried out by unauthorised personnel and/or
with non original spare parts;
8) inadequate or careless maintenance of the product in contrast with the user’s handbook supplied
with the product;
9) damages caused by fire, natural disasters and accident as well as by any cause not attributable to
TECNOEKA SRL.
The warranty explicitly excludes: varnished or enamelled parts, knobs, handles, movable or removable
plastic parts, bulbs, glass parts, refractories and any accessories.
TECNOEKA SRL cannot be held responsible for any damages, either direct or indirect, caused by the
product breaking down or following its non-use.
Any repairs carried out during the warranty do not cause said warranty to be extended or renewed.
Nobody is authorised to modify the terms and conditions of the warranty or to issue new verbal or
written warranties.
The warranty is valid only for appliances installed in the European Union.
Any dispute shall be settled by the competent Court in Padua.
Warning for the Buyer:
1. the cooking appliance is designed only for cooking purposes while the heating appliance is
designed only for heating domestic environments;
2. TECNOEKA S.r.l. does not install the appliances; the seller shall be responsible for any installation
carried out;
3. TECNOEKA S.r.l. cannot be held responsible for any damages, either direct or indirect, to people,
pets or property caused by the appliance breaking down or following its non-use.
The Manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies due to misprints or mistakes in
copying in this handbook. The Manufacturer reserves the right to modify the products as he deems fit,
also in the interest of the user, without affecting the vital characteristics of functionality and safety.
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