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Dear customer, we congratulate you for choosing a high quality product which will surely satisfy your expectations. With our thanks for choosing us, we kindly invite you to examine the present operating instructions manual before operating your new machine. SUMMARY 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY MEASURES ........................ 4 1.1
1.2
1.3
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USING THE EQUIPMENT ......................................14 7.1
7.2
Technical documentation ................................. 4 Accident prevention ......................................... 4 Damage prevention ......................................... 5 8
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SAFETY DEVICES .................................................. 6 2.1
2.2
2.3
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Extraction door protections .............................
Extraction door's grill .......................................
Lid's magnetic sensor .....................................
Lid's grill .........................................................
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TECHNICAL DATA .................................................. 9 4.1
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10 WASHINGAND SANITATION ...............................25 10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
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Moving machine in its packaging ..................... 9 Unpacking ...................................................... 10 INSTAUJNG .........................................................10 6.1
6.2 6.3 6.4 Placing your machine .................................... 10 Assembling .................................................... 11 Connecting to power ...................................... 11 Connecting to water supply (water condensing machines) ......................... 12 6.5 Checking rotation ........................................... 13 Language selection and Key to symbols ........ 16 LCDAdjustment ............................................. 17 General data - more ....................................... 18 Working parameters ....................................... 19 Programme structure .................................... ,21 Program from 1 to 5 (preset) ..........................22 Saving free programmes (from 6 to 24) ........... 23 9 PREPARING MACHINE FOR PRODUCTION AND GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................... 24 MOVING AND UNPACKING ................................... 9 5.1
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Technical data and CE mark plate................... 9 Acoustic pressure ........................................... 9 PROGRAM SETTINGS .......................................... 16 8.1
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Warnings ....................................................... 14 Controls and info I warning lights .................... 14 11
Rinse - preliminary wash '" ............................. 25 Parts disassembling ......................................25 Washing ,.......................................................26 Parts reassembling ........................................27 Sanitation ......................................................28 MAINTENANCE .....................................................28 11.1 Standard maintenance (operator) ....................28 11.2 Check of safety devices ................................. 30 11.3 Yearly maintenance ....................................... 30 12 PERIODS OF INACTIVITY ....................................30 13 MALFUNCTIONS ..................................................31 WARNING:
GENERAUMECHANICAL
DANGER
DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE
DANGEROUS
TEMPERATURE
A TEXT IN CAPITOL LETTERS, IDENTIFIED BY ONE OF THE SYMBOLS ABOVE, CONTAINS INSTRUC­
TIONS THAT, IF NOT FOLLOWED, MAY CAUSE HARM TO PEOPLE.
A text in lower-case, identified by this symbol, contains instructions that, if not followed, could cause
damages or malfunctions to the device, or falls in its quality.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY MEASURES
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL AND OPERATE YOUR
MACHINE.
THIS MANUAL PROVIDES ALL INFORMATION REQUIRED TO INSTALL, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN
MACHINE UNDER SAFE CONDITIONS. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE SAFETY MEASURES SET
OUT IN THIS HANDBOOK MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE AS WELL AS
FORFEIT ANY MANUFACTURER'S GUARANTEE.
1.1 Technical documentation
All technical documentation supplied with the FOOD PROCESSOR (from now on referred to as "MACHINE") is an
INTEGRAL PART of the machine and therefore must be kept in a safe place for all the duration of the machine's life.
This documentation, in compliance with the law in force (EU directives on health and safety measures), includes:
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (this manual): it must be read by the USER as well as anyone authorized to
INSTALL it. It provides all information required to correctly install the machine, correctly operate it, for routine
maintenance and any possible malfunction of the machine;
TECHNICAL HANDBOOK: it contains the machine's technical speCifications (characteristics, diagrams, spare
parts etc.) It is to be referred to by the AUTHORIZED ASSISTANCE SERVICE personnel to whom any call for
assistance must be given.
EU DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE: in compliance with EU directives relevant to the machine;
FORM of electric running tests.
In case of sale or transfer of the machine to another person, the above documentation must be handed over to the
new owner in order to become acquainted with all safety norms, technical specifications as well as how to operate the
machine.
1.2 Accident prevention
ALWAYS FOLLOW THESE SAFETY MEASURES TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURIESI
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RESIDUAL HAZARD: DURING HEATING PHASE THE PRODUCT IS BROUGHT TO HIGH
TEMPERATURES. IN SUCH CONDITIONS CONTACT WITH THE PRODUCT, WITH THE LID [11,
WITH THE GRID COVER [21. WITH THE EXTRACTION HATCH [25] OR WITH THE UPPER SURFACE
(26] CAN CAUSE SERIOUS BURNS.
Always check that heating/cooling cycle is completed or that the producfs temperature, as shown on the
display, is sufficiently low before opening the lid or the extraction door;
Beware in case of a power supply failure during operation. The product's temperature inside the tub may be
high and it is not shown on the machine's display;
Note: In case of an electrical power supply failure during operation, when power is back on, the machine will
automatically start from the beginning of the cycle. Should power stop at the end of the cycle, when the
final preservation phase has started, the machine wi/I pause on preservation phase.
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If in doubt whether the product's temperature is sufficiently low, do not open the lid or the extraction door,
unless it is absolutely necessary. Should this occur, wear protective clothing (gloves, overalls, etc.) in order
to avoid direct contact with the product
Do not insert your fingers or any objects through the machine's grills, loopholes or drain holes. Do NOT remove or hide, for any reason, any label applied to the machine. NEVER open protective panels. There are no internal paris in the machine which can be operated by the user. The user MUST NOT carry out any operations not specified in this manual or requiring tools not supplied with the machine by the manufacturer. These must be exclusively carried out by Service Assistance personnel. Always unplug machine before undertaking any operation requiring access to the machine's moving paris. Any modification to the electrical circuit must be exclusively carried out by qualified and certified personnel. The machine is designed to be operated by adults: do not allow children to get close and untrained people to operate it Modifying or attempting to modify the machine could be dangerous as well as forfeit any manufacturer's guarantee. OPERATING THE MACHINE, AS ANY OTHER ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, ENTAILS OBSERVING SOME
VERY IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES, IN PARTICULAR:
Do not touch it with wet or damp feet or hands. Do not operate when barefoot Do not pull electrical feeding cable to unplug. Do not expose machine to rain and prevent any water from entering, i.e. during washing. In case of failure and/or malfunction and any time there is apparent damage to the cable, cut power off and call Assistance Service. 1.3
Damage prevention
ALWAYS comply with the following norms to avoid DAMAGES to the machine and/or ALTERING
the quality of the product
Any use of the machine other than mixing and whipping with heath treatments, cooling and heating mixtures and food is to be considered improper. Do not operate machine in dry conditions. Do not drop or knock any of the machine's parts. Only use original spare parts. BEFORE starting production check that all settings are suitable to the type of production, in particular HEATING PRESERVATION TIME which is shown in MINUTES. If you are not going to use the machine for a prolonged period of time, or for ever, proceed as explained in Chap­
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SAFETY DEVICES
Do NOT TAMPER WITH SAFETY DEVICES.
REGULARLY CHECK SAFETY DEVICES (PAR. 9.2) AND DO NOT USE MACHINE WHEN SAFETY
DEVICES ARE DAMAGED OR NOT WORKING.
THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR POSSIBLE DAMAGES CAUSED TO PEOPLE OR
OBJECTS BY THE ALTERING OR BYPASSING SUCH DEVICES OR RELATIVE CIRCUITS.
IN CONFORMITY WITH NORM EN 294 06/1992 AND ENSUING MODIFICATIONS, THE MACHINE IS
SUPPLIED WITH APPROVED SAFETY DEVICES. DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF PERSONS OVER
THE AGE OF 14 AND IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL THE SAFETY NORMS IN FORCE (SEE ALSO
PAR. 1.2).
2.1
Extraction door protections
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The extraction door chute has a tilting protection flap (A]. The product during extraction lifts this. The flap together with the
fixed grill (F] prevents fingers or objects from being ACCIDENTALLY inserted through the extraction door.
In order to ensure a regular operation no protection was possible as to prevent fingers and objects from being VOLUN­
TARILY inserted through the extraction door (according to Machines Directives 89/392/CEE and ensuing modifica­
tions, appendix I, Art. 1.1.2.b, 3n1 paragraph). Due to its thickness and small pieces of dried or fresh fruit, the finished
product must be completely extracted through a short, wide and unobstructed aperture.
INELIMINABLE HAZARD: WHEN THE MACHINE IS OPERATING YOU MUST NOT MANUALLY
RAISE THE PROTECTION COVER [A]; YOU MUST NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHAT­
SOEVER INSERT HANDS OR OBJECTS THROUGH THE FIXED GRID [F] OR THE HATCH. IF
THIS ADVICE IS NOT ADHERED TO THE OUTCOME COULD BE FINGER AMPUTATION (THE
BEATER/MIXER PASSES VERY CLOSE TO THE HATCH) OR SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE MA­
CHINE (WHERE OBJECTS ARE USED).
Note: The machine will not operate without the protection nap since the nap includes a safety magnetic
contact [C] and its magnet [8] (8913921CEE and ensuing modifications, Appendix 1, Art. 1.1.2.b, 2nd
paragraph).
THE MAGNETS AND THEIR CONTACTS ARE IMPORTANT SAFETY DEVICES I
The user is warned ofthe above INELIMINABLE HAZARD (891392/CEE and ensuing modifications, Appendix. I, Art.
1.1.2.b, 3n1 paragraph and 1.7.2) by a plate [E] affixed next to the extraction chute, which is in position even when
no protection flap is installed.
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2.2
Extraction door's grill
In some models, a fixed protection grill [3] prevents fingers or objects from being ACCI­
DENTALLY caught inside the extraction chute. In order to insure normal operation it is
not possible to adjust the fixed grill as to prevent fingers and objects from being VOLUN­
TARILY inserted through the extraction chute (according to Machines Directive
89/392/CEE and ensuing modifications, Appendix I, Art.1.1.2.b, 3n1 paragraph).
RESIDUAL HAZARD: DO NOT FOR ANY REASON INSERT FINGERS OR
OBJECTS THROUGH THE GRILL OF THE EXTRACTION DOOR WHEN
THE DEVICE IS IN FUNCTION.
156 The user is warned of the above residual hazard (89/392/CEE and ensuing modi­
fications, Appendix. 1, Art. 1.1.2.b, 3n1 paragraph and 1.7.2) by a plate [30] af­
fixed next to the extraction chute.
DO NOT HANDLE OR REMOVE THE GRILL [3) FROM ITS SETTING IN
THE EXTRACTION DOOR!
2.3
Lid's magnetic sensor
This safety device, featuring an approved type magnet [1] and a magnetic contact [2]
avoids accidents caused by the accidental starting of the beater when the lid is open.
In consequence the device can't operate when the lid is open, and if it is opened
during its functioning the beater immediately stops.
In any case the lid's magnetic sensor MUST NOT be considered a control to be used
for the normal stop of the device.
DURING THE NORMAL USE, THE DEVICE MUST BE STOPPED ONLY
BY USING THE BUTTONS ON THE CONTROL KEYPAD, AND NOT BY
OPENING THE LID.
The magnet [1] and the magnetic contact [2] MUST be assembled as follows: the grooves [3] and the stencilled semicircle
[5] on the bottom of the magnet [1] must coincide with the grooves [4] (marked by a white line down the side) and the
stencilled semicircle [6] on top of the magnetic contact [2]. The device will not work unless all parts have been correctly
assembled in accordance with these instructions.
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Lid's grill
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The tub's lid [1] has a rectangular opening, a integrated safety grill [3] and a small lid [2]
to allow ingredients to be added to the mixture in the tub without opening the lid (thus
avoiding stopping machine). A integrated grill [3], whose dimensions comply with indus­
trial injury legislation in force, prevents fingers from touching the rotating beater.
Do NOT TAMPER WITH NOR REMOVE THE GRILL [3] FROM THE
LID [1].
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Do not insert any OBJECTS through the grill when machine is
functioning.
WARNING:DURING HEATING CYCLE THE PRODUCT IS BROUGHT TO HIGH TEMPERATURES. TO AVOID SERIOUS BURNS PROTECnvEGLOVES MUST BE WORN BEFORE TOUCHING THE UO [1], THE GRID COVER [2] OR THE GRID ITSELF [3].
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MACHINE'S MAIN PARTS
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Tub's lid
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Small lid
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Lid's integrated grill
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Control panel
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Extraction door lever
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Extraction door chute and protection
flap
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Basin support
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Front castors (with brakes)
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Rear castors (without brakes)
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12 Air condensing grill **
13 Lid's hinge pin
14 Tub
15 Beater
16 Beater's fixing knob
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17 Fixed centering runners ***
18 Side scrapers
19 Bottom scraper
20 Movable blade
21 Safety peg
22 Movable blade support
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23 Movable blade fixing knob
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condensing system only; *** Present on model 4-8 only; 00 On model 3-6 only, knobs 16 and 23
are exactly the same and therefore interchangeable.
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4.1 Technical data and CE mark plate.
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The technical data and CE mark plate must not be removed. It is positioned on the machine's rear side and shows:
manufacturer's name and address [F];
model's denomination [MOD] and serial number [SIN];
types [GAS] and quantities [gr] of refrigerating gases included;
year of manufacturing [ANNO];
tension
M, frequency [Hz] and number of phases [Ph], electrical input power [kW] and current [A];
CE mark.
4.2 Acoustic pressure
The continuous acoustic pressure level measured in your machine is indicated in the Technical Handbook (Par. Technical
Data). All measurements have been taken while the machine was operating, 1 m from the machine and 1.60 m from
ground level.
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MOVING AND UNPACKING
Keep machine in an upright position AT ALL TIMES to obtain optimal working conditions, both
during transport and installation and use. Keep to instructions on the box.
Note: it is advisable to have all moving, unpacking and installation opera­
tions camed out by our Assistance Service or by authorized per­
sonnel supplied with suitable tools.
USE SUITABLE UFTING EQUIPMENT TO UFT MACHINE. IT IS
DANGEROUS TO ATIEMPT TO UFT MACHINE BY HAND.
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5.1 Net and gross weight speCifications are quoted on the packaging and in the docu­
ments supplied.
Moving machine in its packaging
The packaging is designed to provide maximum protection from knocks and external
agents.
Therefore it is advisable to carry the packed machine as close as possible to the site
where it will be installed.
To move the packaged machine use a lift-fork truck or a bench trolley, and insert forks
in the openings in the base.
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Unpacking
Remove nails from top panel and re­
move side panels;
remove packaging and check that
machine is intact. If in doubt, do not
use it and ask your Dealer.
ONLY THE AUTHORIZED ASSISTANCE SERVICE IS ALLOWED TO REMOVE THE SIDE PANELS,
FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. DO NOT DAMAGE ANY INSIDE PARTS.
unscrew fixing screws [A] and remove both side panels;
unscrew bolts [8] fixing the machine's frame to the packaging's base;
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The supply cable's outlet is on the machine's bottom side. Do not damage when lifting machine.
lift machine from base pulling upwards from the frame's carrying parts. Remove base and gently lower machine onto
the ground.
Do not put any object, rods or brackets THROUGH the machine as this could cause damage to
the machine's inside parts.
close side panels; dispose of recyclable
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<0> packaging. INSTALLING
INSTALLATION MUST BE CARRIED OUT EXCLUSIVELY BY CERTIFIED AND AUTHORIZED TECHNI­
CIANS, AND ACCORDING TO THE NORMS CURRENTLY IN FORCE AND FOLLOWING THE INSTRUC­
TIONS BELOW.
6.1
Placing your machine
Place the machine on the floor, on a flat and steady surface.
Place machine away from sources of heath, avoiding direct exposure to sunlight and allowing air to circulate around it.
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Stop front wheels brake.
Machines supplied with an AIR CONDENSING system need at
least 50 cm room in front of the condenser grill to allow the
refrigerator to correctly function. The machine's detailed di­
mensions are included in the Technical handbook (Par. Tech­
nical Data).
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6.2 Assembling
Some parts of the machine are supplied disassembled and must be assembled.
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ASSEMBLE ALL PARTS BEFORE PLUGGING MACHINE IN.
Bring lever [5] in operative position (perpendicular to the extraction door) by loosening and then tightening bolt [39].
Use the 3mm Allen key [40] provided;
if extraction door chute with protection flap [6] is not assembled, install it under extraction door [25] and fix it onto the
front panel with the fixing knob [26];
install basin support [7] fixing it onto front panel with fixing knobs [29].
6.3 Connecting to power
THE SUPPLY VOLTAGE REQUIRED BY THE MACHINE IS HIGH AND, THEREFORE, PARTICULARLY
DANGEROUS. THE MACHINE MUST BE CONNECTED TO AN ELECTRIC CIRCUIT WHICH COMPLIES
WITH THE NORMS CURRENTLY IN FORCE AND IMPLEMENTED BY CERTIFIED AND QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL. All SOCKETS MUST BE RELAYED BY ONE OR MORE DIFFERENTIAL CIRCUIT
BREAKERS AND EARTHED.
The manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damages caused by a faulty electrical supply or earthing plant
Note: It is STRONGLY recommended to install THREE-PHASE MAGNETO-THERMAL SWITCHES designed
to cut off power to ALL phases, even when overload is on one phase only. Fuses, or other magneto­
thermal switches, only cut off single overloaded phases.
If current is cut off from ONE of the THREE phases, the machine may SEEM operating, however,
the motors will shortly be IRREPARABLY DAMAGED.
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THE CIRCUIT MUST FEATURE THE FOLLOWING CHARACTERISTICS:
the plant must end with an accepted 5 pole (380V-415V-3-), or 4 pole (200V-220V­
3-), or 3 pole (220V-1-), electrical socket and with electrical and mechanical suit­
able characteristics. The electrical socket's poles must be marked with appropri­
ate letters (phases R-S-T + neutral N + earth); the earth's pole must be recogniz­
able;
A WRONG CONNECTION ON EARTH POLE CAN CAUSE SERI­
OUS DANGER.
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the socket must be designed to prevent the plug from being inserted incorrectly;
there must be a MAIN SWITCH to cut COMPLETELY off power from the socket,
this can be either included in the socket or within easy reach.
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Check that the VOLTAGE and FREQUENCY written on the Technical Data plate
MATCHES the circuit voltage and frequency.
A5 pole (380V-415V-3-), or4 pole (200V-220V-3-), or3 pole (220V-1-) plug, suitable
with the current socket, must be installed at the end of the device's power supply cable.
The device's power supply cable is composed by 5 or 4 or 3 coloured wires, and eventu­
ally marked with appropriate bands, which must be connected to the relevant plug's
terminals, as shown in the following table.
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supply (3N - 3F)
Cable
colour
Cable
marking
Plug marking
(by terminal)
EARTH (3N ­ 3F)
YELLOW/GREEN
None
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R phase (3N ­ 3F)
BLACK
S phase (3N - 3F)
BROWN
T phase (3N ­ 3F)
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NEUTRAL (3N)
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RorL1
SorL2
AN INCORRECT CONNECTION INSIDE THE PLUG MAY POSE A SERIOUS RISK AND CAUSE DAMAGE
TO THE MACHINE (ELECTRONIC CARDS). HAVE ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS CARRIED OUT ONLY BY
CERT1FIED TECHNICAL PERSONNEL
6.4 Connecting to water supply
(water condensing machines)
If your machine is supplied with a water condensing system, supply and waste pipes must be set up. Pipe unions are placed on the machine's rear panel, they are labelled
IN:
r (A] and marked: fresh water INLET OUT: waste water OUTLET 081V2
Use linen-rubber pipes suitable to bear 15 bar pressure, placing a valve or faucet [B] BEFORE inlet pipe; use a 3/4 rubber
holder [C] tightly fixed with a band [0] to connect pipes to the machine's unions.
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Follow these precautions:
Do not reverse tubes and avoid tight bends and bottlenecks.
The machine has been built to use WELL or AQUEDUCT water, at a MAXIMUM temperature of + 2S.•• +28°C.
Don't put hotter water (i.e. TOWER TANK water) in your machine if it hasn't got the SPECIAL system to use
it (supplied only if asked): in this case, in the Technical Handbook, Par. Technical Data, it is indicated the
right water temperature to use your machine.
Unsuitable pipes and joints may cause leaks and cause damage to your workroom and, in case of major leaks
and splashes, to your machine. You can easily find household appliances' pipes (i.e. washing machines') on
the market, which have all the reqUirements, including rubber holders, as well as being economical.
If the local water is hard and contains impurities, have a suitable water softener system or a filter fitted at the
top of the inlet pipe.
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Unless otherwise specified in the Technical Handbook, inlet water pressure must be 1.5 to 6 Bar (optimal
pressure: 3 Bar). If water pressure and quantity are inadequate, the machine will have CONDENSING PROB­
LEMS and will stop. If water pressure is higher, it is necessary to fit a pressure limiting device, appropriately
adjusted, above the delivery pipe, otherwise machine will be DAMAGED or anyway it will stop working.
IMPORTANT: When room temperature is below O°C, remove any water from machine in order to
avoid freezing inside the condenser or pipes and causing SERIOUS DAMAGES. Please call the
authorized Assistance Service.
6.5
Checking rotation
Once installation is complete, or if the machine is connected to another socket, check the beat­
er's rotation.
SWITCH MACHINE OFF OR CUT OFF POWER AND CHECK THAT GREEN INDICATOR POWER
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Open the lid, unscrew the fixing knob [16], pull out the beater [15] from the tub, then close the lid;
Note:
The machine will not operate when the lid is open or the chute with protection flap is not in place.
plug machine in and switch socket breaker on;
only POWER
0/1 indicator must come on the control panel;
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press ON/OFF
0/1. The display will come on;
press SLOW MIXER ~ button and check (through clear lid) that the beater's shaft is CORRECTLY rotating CLOCK­
WISE. Press SLOW MIXER ~ again to stop beater;
press ON/OFF
0/1 to tum machine off;
If rotation is COUNTERCLOCKWISE (WRONG), power connection must be
modified as follow:
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TURN THE SOCKET'S MAIN SWITCH TO "0" AND UNPLUG.
open plug and reverse TWO out of THREE wires connected to PHASES
(R-S, R-T or S-T);
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close plug, tum machine on and repeat test;
If rotation is CLOCKWISE (right) then the machine is ready to be used: fit beater [6] back into the tub.
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The beater's fixing knob [7] must be FIRMLY TIGHTENED.
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USING THE EQUIPMENT
7.1
Warnings
WHEN USING THE DEVICE, AS WITH ALL ELECTRICAL APPARATUS, ESSENTIAL RULES MUST BE COM­
PLIED WITH, PARTICULARLY:
never touch it if your feet or hands are wet; never operate it while barefoot; never pull the supply cable to disconnect it from the mains network; avoid liquids to penetrate in the device, for example during its cleaning; forbid children and unable people to operate it. In case of failure and/or malfunctioning of the device - and every time you notice damages, mainly at the supply cable or at
the safety devices - turn off the power supply. Contact qualified and certified personnel for assistance.
EDIBLE FATS ARE GROUND FOR BACTERIA PROLIFERATION. WE RECOMMEND TO WASH AND CLEAN
WITH THE MAXIMUM CARE EVERY PART IN CONTACT WITH PRODUCT, WHEN THE USE OF THE DEVICE
IS SUSPENDED.
NEVER operate the machine in DRY conditions or with an amount of mixture other than the one recom­
mended.
NOT RESPECTING THESE RULES, INADDITION TO VOIDINGANY FORM OF WARRANTY, CAN SERIOUSLY
COMPROMISE THE SAFETY, PERFORMANCESAND FUNCTIONING OF THE SAME DEVICE.
The machine is designed to operate two separate main Cycles: the TEMPERATURE CYCLE and the TIME CYCLE:
with Temperature Cycle the machine cools the mixture down to Final Temperature [Tf] which is set to the desired final
thickness;
with Time Cycle the machine cools the mixture down according to Whipping TIme [M] which is set according to the
product's quantity and type.
Before starting production, we recommend to carefully read Par. 6.2 - "Controls and Indicators" and Par. 6.3 - "Setting Up" of
this manual.
7.2
Controls and info / warning lights
Control panel
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All equipment controls and infolwaming lights have been grouped together
on a single control panel. This is located on the frontal panel. The control
panel is an electronically controlled low-voltage device.
There follows a detailed description of all the individual controls; it is
recommended that you become familiar with them here so as to ensure
the best possible production results.
ON/OFF ke
POWER indicator light
This key is used to switch the equipment on or off. When the equipment is connected to the mains power supply the POWER
indicator light is always on..
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MENU' Key
Allows user to display the various equipment functions. A more detailed description of how to use this key is provided in
Section 8 - Program settings
,SI
STOP Key
Allows user to stop fast lSI or slow iii mixing.
In the menu functionsli], this key retums the user to the previous screen.
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SELECTION Key
These keys only work after pressing ON/OFFO/t and allow the various programs to be displayed. Pressing them allows the
user to scroll the various programs and selected data. When in menu functions this key is used to select the data and
functions requested by the programme. For more details on its use see Sect. 8 - Program settings.
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FAST MIXING Key
Pressing this key manually activates/deactivates fast mixer rotation.
SLOW MIXING Key
Pressing this key manually activates/deactivates slow mixer rotation.
fIiiiil
~ ENTER Key
This key activates processing after selecting the programme. Also used to confirm selected data in the menu function!iml. For
more details on its use see Section 8 - Program settings.
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8
PROGRAM SETTINGS
8. 1
Language selection and Key to symbols
PROGRAM ...
Press the ON/OFF key ~ .The display shows the last programme selected: then press the MENU' key(lj, sui and 2
options appear on the display;
carefully observe the position of the arrow on the left side of the options, select the GENERAl DATA option using the0
keys and press ENTER ~;
EJ
on the following page selectthe LANGUAGE using the0 [!J keys and press ENTER~, select the desited language
and then ptess ENTER~ again;
Key to symbols
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HEATING: e)HOLDINGTIME;
RETURN; FAST MIXER;
$
COOLING: loIMIXER; r-SLOWMIXER; SMIXERANDSTANDSTILLI
~ fNTERMITrENT
MIXER;
J;J EXTRACTION:
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8.2
LCD Adjustment
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PROGRAM ...
:"'GENERALDATA
PROGRAM DATA
SELECT
LCO CONTRAST
SELECT
700/0
lCD BRIGHTNESS
14000
SELECT
002ing
Press the ON/OFF key. The display shows the last programme selected: then press the MENU key
appear on the display;
[i] and 2 options
carefully observe th~sition of the arrow on the left side of the options, select the GENERAL DATA option using the
[!J keys and press ~;
0
on the following page select the LCD SETTI NGS option using the 0 ~ keys and press ENTER~;
the following options are LCD CONTRAST and LCD BRIGHTNESS. Contrast increases/decreases the intensity of the
legends while brightness increases/decreases the display background. Use the
~ keys to select first one option
then the other;
0
0
after selecting CONTRAST a percentage adjustment appears on the display: adjust as desired using the
~ keys
and press ENTER~. After selecting BRIGHTNESS a numbered adjustment appears on the display, adjust as desired
using the 0 ~ keys.
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8.3
General data - more
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PROGRAM ...
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SELECT.
ViS. TEMP. GLYCOI.E
SELECT.
VlS.TEMP. GLYCOl
"'SElECT]HAP. Un.M.
START
RESET PROGRAM
DElAY
ON/OFF
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PROGRAM DATA
SELECT.
SELECT.
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SELECT.
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SElECT.
U.O.M. TEMP.
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ViS. TEMP. GLYCOL
SELECT TEMP. U.D.M.
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+'Sr O::::ET +\'(r ...~i§~~M +
SELECT.
SELECT.
00:00
@
... ReSET PROGRAM
DELAY
PROGRAM ...
SELECT.
'11.
Press the ON/OFF key
The display shows the last programme selected: then press the MENU key
options appear on the display;
[iiJ. and 2
carefully observe the position of the arrow on the left side of the options, select the GENERAL DATA option using the 0
o keys and press ENTER~;
on the following page select the EXTRA option using the [!] ~ keys and press ENTER~;
the following options are GLYCOL TEMPERATURE DISPLAY, TEMPERATURE U.o.M. SELECTION, PROGRAMME
DATA RESET (only preset programmes from programme 1 to programme 5);
select item GLYCOL TEMPERATURE DISPLAY and select ON/OFF if you want to view the temperature on the display
during operations, selectTEMPERATURE U.D.M. to view the temperature in CELSIUS or FAHRENHEIT, select RESET
only if you want to zero set any values that have been changed for the pre-set programs (from 1 to 5), select START
DELAY if you want to delay machine start. When you select START DELAY machine start is delayed and therefore so
is production, enter a time after which you want the machine to start (expressed in minutes).
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8.4
Working parameters
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IIIIRIE.. CAMIOITT
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PROGRAMME ...
MOllE
SELECT
~
• STEP I
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• STl!I'Z
• STeP 3
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• STEP 4
• STePS
• STEP 6
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SELECT
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S8.ECT
WORKING g.
WORKING TEMP. MIXER
BUZZER
95"C
SELECTION
WORKING
TIME
O"C ._+11O"C
' J],
S;5
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~[Q]~ ,
SELECT
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WORKING
nME
SElECT
l
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MIXER BUZZER
SELECTION
MIXER
SElECTION
·1FC _+110"c
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WORKING_. MD<iR BUZZER \
SElECTION
INTERMITT.
·111"C _.+110"c
COlO
t.txER aumR \
VvoRKJNG TEMP. MIXER SElECTION
SElECTION
1NTERM1n:
4 'C
COlO
O"C ••••+110"c
r-IQ]MIXER SELCTION STEP 7 I'
SCELTA MIXER ............
S ~ATSTANosnU
it.
FAST CONTINUOUS
SElECT MIXER
~
SLOW CONTINUOUS
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,
-
CONTINUOUS
MIXER
('ff
~~
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UHm!II
_
MIXER
INTERMITTENT
MIXER
Press the ON/OFF key ~. The display shows the last programme selected: then press the MENU key (I] and 2
options appear on the display;
observe the position of the arrow on the left side of the options, select the PROGRAMME DATAoption using the
ocarefully
[!] keys and press ENTER~:
on the following page select the WORK PARAMETERS option using the0 [!] keys and press ENTER§ The display
keys to shift the cursor to the desired stage. press ENTER ~ and
will show 7 proceSSing stages; use the
proceed with setting as follows;
00
STEP 1
0
(HEATING)
Set final heating temperature using the 0
"c .... + 110 °C;
[!] keys then press ENTER ~ to confirm; the adjustment range is +0
set the MIXER type IQJ by scrolling through the 2 mixer types using the 0 [!] keys; these are SLOW MIXER r'
(continuous low speed mixing). INTERMITTENT MIXER ~ (slow mixing with pauses). Then press ENTER~ to
confirm the choice. The product in the vat will be heated to the set final temperature and creamed with the chosen
mixer setting. If, on the STEPS STRUCTURE one or two mixer changes have been set, the programme requests
one or two different mixer types and the temperature at which the product creaming change is to be carried out;
set the BUZZER ~ if activated once in PHASES STRUCTURE it comes on at the set final heating temperature.
Use the
[!] keys to raise or lower the temperature at which the BUZZER is tripped a second time; select a
temperature between 0 "c and the set final temperature. Press the STOP key.' to return to the STAGES page.
0
STEP 2 E) (HOLDING TIME)
Set the holding time using the 0 [!] keys and then press ENTER ~ to confirm. the range of adjustment is 0 ...
999. Once set final temperature has been reached the product in the vat is held at that temperature for the set
duration of this stage. Setthe MIXER type IQ] by scrolling through the 2 mixer types using the 0 [!] keys; these
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are SLOW MIXERf"'" {continuous low speed mixing), INTERMITTENT MIXER~ (slow mixing with pauses). Then
press ENTER ~ to confirm the choice. To change mixer and/or sound warning buzzer enter delay time from the
start of holding time in this phase. The product in the container is kept at the heating temperature set in PHASE 1
with the type of mixer chosen in this option, for the time set in this phase (expressed in minutes). Press stop key
to return to the phase display.
STEP 3 $ (COOLING)
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set the type of cooling with key~
choose continuous cooling $ or intermittent cooling
Continuous
COOling keeps the refrigeration unit ON continuously while intermittent cooling alternat~ the cooling function with a
pause, to adjust the seconds of pause (on right) and function (on left) use keys [!J ~ then set the final cooling
temperature again using keys [!J
press ENTER ~ to confll111 the selection. the temperature range within
which adjustment can be made is +109 "c ... - 15 "C:
B
set the MIXER type IQ) by scrolling through the 2 mixer types using the [!] [!] keys; these are SLOW MIXEB.r'
(continuous low speed mixing), INTERMITTENT MIXER~ (slow mixing with pauses). Then press ENTER~to
confirm the choice. The product in the vat will be cooled to the set final temperature and creamed with the chosen
mixer setting. If, on the STEPS STRUCTURE one or two mixer changes have been set, the programme requests
one or two different mixer types and the temperature at which the product creaming change is to be carried out;
set the BUZZER~, if activated once in PHASES STRUCTURE it ~mes on at the set final cooling temperature.
Use the[!J[!] keys to raise or lower the temperature at which the~ is Vipped a second time; select a tempera­
ture between -15 "C and the set final temperature. Press the STOP key i~l to return to the STEPS page.
STEP40(HEATING)
set final heating temperature using keys[!JEJ. then press ENTER~ to confirm. the range of adjustment is +0 "c
... + 110°C;
set the MIXER type IQ) by scrolling through the 2 mixer types using the[!][!] keys; these are SLOW MIXER f"'"
(continuous low speed mixing). rNTERMITTENTMIXER~(slow mixing with pauses). Then press ENTER~to
confirm the choice. The product in the vat will be heated to the set final temperature and creamed with the chosen
mixer setting. If. on the STEPS STRUCTURE one or two mixer changes have been set. the programme requests
one or two different mixer types and the temperature at which the product creaming change is to be carried out.
STEP 5 E) (HOLDING)
set the temperature holding tim,e.using keys[!J [!] • then press ENTER ~ to confirm. It is possible to change the
mixer and sound the BUZZER~ after activating the option inACTIVE PHASES.
Set the type of MIXERIQ] scrolling wHh keys[!J[!] the 2 types of mixer. SLOW MIXERf"'"(continuous low speed
mixing) or INTERMrrrENT MIXER~ (mixing alternated with pause) press ENTER~ to confirm the choice, (see
PHASE 2).
When the final heating temperature is reached (PHASE 4). the product in the container stays atthe temperature for
a time set in this phase, the range of adjustment is 0 ... 999 minutes. To change the mixer and/or sound the warning
buzzer. enter the delay time from the beginning oftem~ture holding time using keys[!J [!]to increase or reduce
the time and press ENTER ~ to confirm. Press stop i~' to return to the phase display.
STEP 6 $(COOLlNG)
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set the type of cooling with keysG]
choose continuous cooling
or intermittent cooling
Continuous
cooling keeps the refrigeration unit ON continuously while intermittent COOling alt~~ the cooling function with a
pause, to adjust the seconds of pause (on right) and function (on left) use keys l!J l!l then set the final cooling
temperature again using keys [!J
press ENTER ~ to confirm the selection, the temperature range within
which adjustment can be made is +109 "c ... - 15 °C;
B
set the MIXER typelQ] by scrolling through the 2 mixer types using the[!] EJ keys; these are SLOW MIXERf"'"
(continuous low speed mixing). INTERMITTENT MIXERG (slow mixing with pauses). Then press ENTER~to
confirm the choice. The product in the vat will be cooled to the setfinal temperature and creamed with the chosen
mixer setting. If. on the STEPS STRUCTURE one or two mixer changes have been set, the programme requests
one or two different mixer types and the temperature at which the product creaming change is to be carried out;
set the BUZZER t;:}:" if activated once in PHASE STRUCTURE it sounds at ~ final cooling temperature set, use
the keys to raise or lower the temperature at which you want the BUZZER ~ to sound a second time, select a
temperature between _15" and the final temperature set. Press stop key to return to the phase display.
U (EXTRACTION)
STEP 7
set the MIXER typelQ1 by scrOlling through the 2 mixer types using the[!J EJ keys; these are MIXERATi~', FAST
MIXER (continuous high speed mixing), SLOW MIXER~ (continuous low speed mixing). Then press ENTER
~ to confirm the choice. The product in the container is extracted at high or low speed according to the type of
mixer chosen in this option. Press stop key!~ to return to previous display.
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8.5
Programme structure
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PROGRAM ...
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SELECT
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STEPSACTlVE
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SELECT
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1 2 3 4 56 7
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STEPS STRUC11JRE
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SELECT
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SB.ECT
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SELECT
c,?l;Peu~R
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... 1111 "'1111
STEPS
\ 'i"'JI..
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CH WXER BUZZER
... 111
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'i"'JI..
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STEP 6
CH MIXER BUZZER
...1111
"'1111
1112
SELECT
SELECT
D5
pcingOO3
Press ON/OFF key
the display;
Yt. the display shows the last program selected, then press MENU
key. 2 options appear on
observe carefully where the arrow is positioned to the left of the options, select with keys the PROGRAM DATA option
and press ENTER ~ ;
0
~ to select PROGRAM STRUCTURE ~ion and press ENTER ~ • the display
on the next display use keys
shows 2 options PHASES ACTIVE and PHASE STRUCTURE. use keys~l!J to move the arrow to the desired phase
and press ENTER setting as follows:
ACTIVE PHASES
use keys~ ~ to select the phases to activate in making the product, then ENTER ~ to confirm the choice. The
phases activated are to be set in PHASE STRUCTURE.
PHASE STRUCTURE
the phases to set are: 1 HEATING
COOLlNG*; O. 2 HOLDING 0. 3 COOLING
*. 4 HEATING
O. 5 HOLDING (!). 6
In PHASE 1 it is possible to carry out 2 changes of mixer (type of product whipping) that take place at the temperature set in OPERATING PARAMETERS. 2 activations of BUZZERQ, at 3 different heating temperatures between O°C and the final temperature set; E~
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in PHASE 2 it is possible to carry out 1 change of mixer (type of product whipping) that take place at the tempera­
ture set in OPERATING PARAMETERS, 1 activation of BUZZER Q;, at 1 different temperature between the heating
temperature
set in PHASE 1 and final cooling temperature set in PHASE 3 at a time set in this phase in
OPERATING PARAMETERS;
0
in PHASE 3 it is possible to carry out 5 changes of mixer (type of product whipping) that take place at the
temperature set in OPERATING PARAMETERS, 2 activations of BUZZERQ;, at 2 different cooling temperatures
'between the heating temperature and final cooling temperature set in OPERATING PARAMETERS;
in PHASE 4 it is possible to carry out 1 change of mixer (type of product whipping) that takes place at the
temperature set in OPERATING PARAMETERS (PHASE 3), and 1 activation of BUZZERQ;, at 1 different heating
temperature
0.
in PHASE 5 it is possible to carry out 1 change of mixer (type of product whipping) that takes place at the
temperature set in OPERATING PARAMETERS and 1 activation ofBUZZER ~ at 1 different temperature; between
heating temperature
set in PHASE 4 and final cooling temperature set in PHASE 6 at a time set in this phase
in OPERATING PARAMETERS.
0
In PHASE 6 it is possible to carry out 2 changes of mixer (type of product whipping) that take place at the
temperature set in OPERATI NG PARAMETERS, 1 activation of BUZZER Q;, at 1 different cooling temperature;
8.6
Program from 1 to 5 (preset)
00
Press the ON/OFF keyo/J . The display shows the last programme selected; then press the
keys to display the
14 automatic preset programmes and choose the most suitable according to the product to be processed. Then press
to confirm and activate processing.
ENTER
IEl
The 5 automatic programmes have been set for different product types. To aid the right choice there follows a list of their
characteristics and functions:
PROGRAM 1
at+ 82°C, mixer~, buzzerQ;,at + 82°C; PHASE 3 -cooling *at - 8,0 °C,
PHASE 1- heating
buzzer Q;, at - 8,0 °C; PHASE 7 - extraction
with FAST MIXER
0
U
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mixer~,
PROGRAM 2
•
PHASE 1 - heating
at +
mixer ~, buzzer Q;, at
PHASE 3 - cooling *
buzzer k::1 at - 9,0 °C; PHASE 7 - extraction
with FAST MIXER
0
noc.
U
noc;
i..;
at - 9,0 °c mixer ~,
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PROGRAM 3
PHASE 3 - cooling *
i..;
at - 8,0 °C , mixer ~, buzzer Q;, at - 8,0 °C; PHASE 7 - extraction
U with FAST MIXER
at - 9,0 °c , mixer~, buzzer Q;, at - 9,0 °C; PHASE 7 - extraction
U with FAST MIXER
PROGRAM 4
PHASE 3 - cooling *
i..;
PROGRAM 5
PHASE 1 - heating
at + 95°C with mixer~, buzzer Q, at + 95°C; PHASE 2 - holding
for 5' with mixer r"':
PHASE 3 - cooling
at + 6 °C with intermittent mixer~ (1 O· on, 50' off), change mixer~ (20· on, 40' off) at +
60°C, change itermittent mixer 2 ~ (30' on.160· off) at + 25°C; change mixer ~ at + 10°C, buzzer at + 6°C;
PHASE 7 - extraction
with FAST MIXER '110;
*
0
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8.7
Saving free programmes (from 6 to 24)
PROGRAM ...
TEMP.
MIXER
BUZZER
22.SoC
U
i.. Id
0/1.
Press the ON/OFF key
The display shows the last programme selected: then press the MENU key
options appear on the display;
[I] and 2
carefully observe the position ofthe arrow on the left side ofthe options, select the PROGRAM DATA option using the
keys and press ENTER ~;
.
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on the next page use the0 ~ keys to select PROGRAM STRUCTURE and press ENTER~. Firstly, shift the cursor
to ACTIVE STAGES and press ENTER~, programme the desired stages (according to the products to be processed)
and confirm with the ENTER~ key. Then press the STOP I~I key to proceed to STAGE STRUCTURE settings to carry
out a MIXER
change and/or use the BUZZER Q:, during processing.
proceed by pressing the STOP
pressing ENTER
, using the
l~1
0
key and retuming to the screen indicating WORK PARAMETERS; confirm by
~ keys to set the values for the ACTIVE STAGES.
using the STOP I~I key, retum to the main menu showing the programme with relative number then press ENTER
proceed with processing;
keep a written record of the programme number and relative settings so they can be re-entered if necessary.
to
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9
PREPARING MACHINE FOR PRODUCTION AND GENERAL
INFORMATION
&
WARNING: AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH OPERATING CYCLE INSPECT THE SAFETY SYSTEM TO
CHECK THAT THE CONTROL UNIT IS FUNCTIONING EFFICIENTLY. RUN THE MACHINE EMPTY,
THEN OPEN AND CLOSE THE MACHINE LID, TO CHECK THAT THE SAFETY COMES ONAND
LOCKS THE MIXER SHAFT.
In case of machines supplied with water condensing. check that water supply faucet is open;
check POWER
o/t indicator is lit. If not, check that machine is plugged in and Main Switch is on;
press ON/OFF
0Il ;
BEFORE UNDERTAKING PRODUCTION, THE MACHINE MUST BE THOROUGHLY WASHED AND SANITIZED
(SEE CHAPTER 8).
Note:
If you plan to cany out more than one consecutive production cycle ofthe same product, you can avoid
washing between cycles.
Do not operate beater in dry condition. Doing so could cause damage.
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Before starting production ALWAYS check that beater's fixing knob [16] and the tilting blade's
fixing knob [23] (when supplied) are FIRMLY TIGHTENED and that all the relevant gaskets are
intact and clear of any fat. If the knobs should accidentally unscrew and fall in the tub during the
functioning, they would cause serious damages to the machine.
Note:
A safety rod {30] is placed in the middle of the lid. The rod willlitt lid (and stop machine) in case the knob
{16] becomes loose.
Unsuitable mixture or insufficient amount of it can cause excessive overheating or the develop­
ment of ice, and cause damages or irregular functioning at the tub and beater, while an exces­
sive amount of mixture can forbid the correct whipping, in addition to causing an excessive
stress at the motor and beater and overflows of product.
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check that the extraction door is firmly closed and pour ingredients in the tUb. Only use the appropriate fresh ingredi­
ents:
ICE-CREAM
Total mixture in tubs (Min ... Max)
CREAM
CRUSHED-ICE
3-6
3 ... 6Iitres
4 ... 8Iitres
4 ... Blitres
4-8
4 ... Blitres
6 ... 12 litres
6 ... 12 Iitres
Machine
model
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close lid;
10
WASHING AND SANITATION
10. 1 Rinse - preliminary wash
The beater, the tub and the extraction lid can be quickly rinsed.
This procedure is recommended:
between consecutive cycles;
to have easy access to the machine's components before disassembling (in order to prepare machine for washing
and sanitation operations).
Li}.
QUICK RINSING IS NOT SUFACIENT TO ENSURE HYGIENE.
Close extraction door. A quarter of tub with warm water;
close lid and press BEATING ~ . Stop beater after a while;
Do not operate beater for long periods of time during washing. Lack of lubrication (ordinarily
provided by the ingredients during production) may damage and wear the beater or the tub.
Do not unnecessarily tum refrigerating system on:
Stop beater, place a container under the extraction door and slowly open it to let water out of the tUb.
10.2 Parts disassembling
To simplify washing procedures, all those parts coming into contact with the product can be quickly and effortlessly
dismantled by the operator, without the aid of any tool.
Cany out preliminary washing operations (ref. Par. 8.1) for easy access to all parts.
•1'1S DANGEROUS TO CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS WHILE MACHINE IS POWERED. TURN
MAIN SWITCH OFF BEFORE PROCEEDING.
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Remove pin [13] from hinge and remove lid [1].
Remove and disassemble the movable blade. Proceed as follow:
unscrew knob [23] and remove the entire movable blade section;
remove movable blade [20] from its support [22] by removing safety peg [21).
Remove and disassemble beater:
unscrew knob [16] and pull central hub to remove beater [15]
remove bottom scraper [19] from the beater's blade; remove the adaptation runners [40] from the center [41]; tum all side scrapers [18) to remove them from beater's blades. Remove basin support: loosen knobs [29]; 289
pull basin support [7] up to remove it.
Do not remove flap chute as yet
10.3 Washing
You must thoroughly wash and sanitize all parts which come into contact with the product to comply with the current
norms in force.
DO NOT USE:
NON-FOOD COMPATIBLE cleaning products;
Any SOLVENT (they are poisonous, flammable and can damage the machine's plastic components);
ABRASIVE cleaning products and brushes.
DO NOT 00 THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS WHEN ~CHINE IS ON.
Do NOTALLOW WATER OR LIQUIDS THROUGH THE SIDE OPENINGS AND THE BACK FANICONDENSERTO PREVENT THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS' (MOTORS, FANS, COMPRESSOR, ELECTRIC WIRING) GETTING WET.
Extra care should be taken with all AIR condensing system machines, as there are wide condenser holes
on the back panel and wide side holes.
Clean with care all machine's parts which come into contact with the product: inside tub, extraction door and
outlet pipe. Use food-compatible detergents, warm water and lor steam jet:
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place a container under chute and open extraction door;
wash tub inside;
clean outlet tube and its grill. Use the tube brush supplied and clean from inside the tub;
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unscrew knob [26J and remove chute with protection flap [6]. Put all components aside together; clean extraction door [25]; dry all components. Clean outside surfaces:
• in case of an air condensing system,
DRY remove dust and grime from the
condensers' grills (on the back panel).
Firstly, vacuum clean and then, if nec­
essary, use a soft brush to remove any
remaining dust working FROM THE
INSIDE OUT;
Do NOT use liquid products (dust would become stuck on the condenser) and do NOT push dust
INSIDE, to avoid damage to the refrigerating system and dropping of its performance. Air con­
denser is SUCTION type, therefore dirt accumulates on the outer side and must be removed
away from it
clean side panels and back panel;
clean front panel in all its parts.
Separately wash ALL other components previously disassembled (par. 8.2). You can either wash them in a
dishwater or by hand in wann water with a food-compatible detergent Rinse with fresh water and dry.
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Remember to:
• CAREFULLY CLEAN inside the cen­
tral hub with the tube brush supplied.
• Remove any product traces from the
plastic scrapers with a brush.
• Wash and remove grease from the
beater and the movable blade fixing
knob's gaskets [31J.
Wash chute with protection flap. Do NOT dismount it.
Wash lid taking care not to scratch it with abrasive products or brushes. Do NOT remove grill and small steel lid
from the lid. Wash the lids, avoiding the use of rough objects which might scratch them. 10.4 Parts reassembling
Assemble and install the beater:
Snap ALL side scrapers [18J on beater's blade [15]. They must click on. If you do not hear a clicking noise the
scraper may be damaged or worn and therefore needs replacing.
put bottom scraper [19J onto the blade with the SHARP edge [15]. It is possible that bottom scraper needs to be
kept in place, due to the normal wear of its seating: check it for damages;
proceed to place the beater in the tub by holding ONLY the central hub and keeping it in an upright position and
taking care not to drop it. Check that the blades are in the correct position.
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insert the beater's hub slot [28] into the shaft's graft [27]; FIRMLY tighten the beater's knob [16]. Always make sure that the fixing knob's [16] gasket [31] is in good condition and firmly in place.
Moreover it should NOT BE GREASY; this is necessary to prevent the knob accidentally becom­
ing loose. If the gasket is worn, replace it immediately as it would cause great DAMAGE to the
machine if the knob fell in the tub during production.
Assemble and install the movable blade:
place movable blade [20] on its support [22] and clip in safety peg [21];
put the movable blade section in position and tighten knob [23].
Place lid [1] and insert the hinge pins [13].
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Slightly, uniformly lubricate the sealing surface [A] with FOOD-COMPAT­
IBLE LUBRICANT such as Vaseline. Close lid.
Lubrication is necessary to prevent the door wearing which
would lead to LEAKS of product during production.
Place chute [6] and fix knob [26];
Place basin support [7] and fix knobs [29].
10.5 Sanitation
Sanitization is carried out the same way as rinsing but with a warm water and food-machine disinfectant solution.
Follow the disinfectant's instructions for its use. If required, rinse with water only.
Following sanitization, close lid and do not touch or wipe with cloths or paper towels any part
coming into contact with food.
Check that the water has completely come out of the tub. If necessary, briefly operate beater to let water out completely.
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MAINTENANCE
11.1 Standard maintenance (operator)
A correctly operated and thoroughly washed machine requires little and simple maintenance.
How often you will be required to carry out the following operations depends on the machine's conditions and its use.
During normal operation:
check that set temperatures are reached and easily kept;
listen for any unusual noise;
keep machine's outside panels and surroundings clean. Dust, paper or any small objects can enter the machine
through the air grills or rest on the air condenser, causing malfunctions or damages.
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When disassembling and washing:
check machine's parts for wear and tear;
replace the beater's scrapers as soon as they show signs of wear: the edges
are chipped and there are stripes of product on the tub's surface;
A perfect scraping in the tub means HIGH PERFORMANCE and QUALITY PRODUCT. Replace
scrapers regularly (once every THREE MONTHS).
after washing, remember to LUBRICATE the sealing surface ofthe extraction door with FOOD-COMPATIBLE LU­
BRICANT such as Vaseline;
regular1y remove gaskets from the beater and movable blade's knobs and wash them. Before placing them back,
clean their seatings on the knobs. Replace gaskets at least once a year and in case of wear or tear;
check the integrity of gaskets (indicated with [G] in the figure) and substitute those that
are deteriorated.
Use exclusively original, compatible with food, rubber gaskets. The spare bag
contains a complete series of gaskets approved by the manufacturer.
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To correctly replace the gaskets it is necessary to:
remove the old gaskets by using a sharp tool. possibly non-metallic, paying attention not to scratch the seating of the
gaskets themselves;
clean the seatings and the gaskets from any kind of grease before inserting the new gaskets.
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Do NOT lubricate gaskets.
always keep a spare parts kit of gaskets and scrapers: to order please refer to Spare Parts Paragraph in the
Technical Handbook;
check power supply cable for damages;
in case of an air condensing system. DRY remove dust and grime from the condensers' grills (on the back panel).
Firstly, vacuum clean and then, if necessary, use a soft brush to remove any remaining dust working FROM TH E
INSIDE OUT.
Do NOT use liquid products (dust would become stuck on the condenser) and do NOT push dust
INSIDE, to avoid damage to the refrigerating system and dropping of its performance. Air con­
denser is SUCTION type, therefore dirt accumUlates on the outer side and must be removed
away from it.
All inside parts, which the operator must NOT touch, must be checked by Assistance Service (ref. Par. 10.3).
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11.2 Check of safety devices
Check proper functioning of all safety devices every three months. Do so by following this procedure:
if necessary stop the device by pressing the ON/OFF key [0/1]. Rotate the Main
Breaker in '0" position. When Main Breaker is correctly working, the POWER's
indicator [011] must be off.
open the lid and remove the beater;
check that protection grill [3] is intact and firmly fixed;
close the lid and take the Main Breaker in "1" position;
press the ON/OFF key [0/1] and, afterwards, the SLOW MIXER key~ (the beat­
er's shaft will start). Then open the lid. Provided that the lid's magnetic contact is
correctly working, the beater's shaft will stop immediately and the Display will
show 'open lid or extraction chute".
remove chute with protection flap, close the lid and tum the Beating on again.
Provided that the chute's magnetic contact is correctly working, the machine will
NOT start and the Display will show 'open lid or extraction chute" ;
If the machine's functioning is as described, the safety devices are efficient.
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE USED IF ONE OR MORE OF THE SAFETY DEVICES SHOULD RESULT DAM­
AGED OR MALFUNCTIONING!
11.3 Yearly maintenance
Periodically (basing yourself on the environmental conditions in which the device operates) and in any case once every year,
make sure to have a general checkup.
THE CHECK·UP MUST BE MADE BY THE AUTHORISED ASSISTANCE SERVICE, OR, IN ANY CASE, BY
TEeHNICALLY AUTHORISED PERSONNEL WITH ADEQUATE TOOL. THE MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
RESERVED TO THE SERVICEASSISTANCE CAN BE DANGEROUS IF CARRIED OUT BY NON·PROFESSION­
ALS, THEREFORE, FOR HIS OWN SAFETY, THE USER MUST NEVER CARRY THEM OUT.
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PERIODS OF INACTIVITY
If long periods of inactivity are foreseen, proceed as follows:
wash up completely the device (see Section 9);
switch off the power breaker and unplug the device;
devices with WATER condensation: close the water faucet and relieve pressure from inside the delivery pipe by unscrew­
ing one of the pipe fittings. Remove both delivery and drain pipes and let all water out. Before using the pipes again,
following a long period of inactivity, check for any damages or cracks and replace, if necessary, pipe fittings' gaskets.
if the device will be stored in a different place, group all the documentation, together with the present manual, and
enclose it at the device (i.e. in the cylinder).
Before storing machine (supplied with water condensation) at temperature lower than OGC it is ABSO­
LUTELY necessary to release all water from condenser and from feed and drain pipes, failure to do so
will cause water to freeze and SERIOUSLY DAMAGE refrigerating system. Call Assistance Service.
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ENT FROM THOSE HERE DESCRIBED IS FOUND.
Note: the following malfunctions do not refer to problems noticed in the installation phase, but ONLY on correctly
installed - and already functioning - devices.
THE DEVICE DOES NOT WORK OR STOPS WORKING. With the Main Breaker on 1 the POWER indicator [0/1] DOES NOT TURN ON.
Cause: The plug is not correctly plugged.
The plug is defective. A qualified technician should substitute it.
Power in the socket is missing. Check that the breakers, the omnipolar switches and the
differentials (lifesavers) on the electric plant are closed. If they aren't, before closing them,
make sure that no one is making electrical maintenance.
A protective fuse of the electric plant is blown. Find and eliminate the eventual cause of overload.
Substitute blown fuses with others of the same kind.
The supply cable is defective. BEFORE, cut down electrical feeding at the socket by opening
the breaker above it, then disconnect the plug and call the Assistance Service.
DO NOT TOUCH THE DAMAGED ELECTRICAL CABLES BEFORE HAVING CUT DOWN
THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY!
THE DEVICE CAUSES REPEATED RELEASES OF THE MAINS ELECTRICAL PROTEC·
TIONS OR THE INTERRUPTION OF MAINS FUSES.
Cause: The capacity of the electrical plant is not sufficient to feed the device.
The electrical characteristics of protections and fuses are not adequate.
Inside breakdown of the device. Call the assistance service.
THE REFRIGERATION IS INSUFFICIENT OR DISACTIVATES IN AN ANOMALOUS WAY.
AIR CONDENSATION devices
Cause:
Obstacles are placed at the air conditioning's opening, at a distance lower than that described. Restore the minimal distance reported in the Technical Handbook. The room temperature is too high and condensation is inadequate. The air condensator is dirty. Request the cleaning at the Assistance Service. The condensator's fan is broken. Call the Assistance Service. Break down ofthe refrigerating system or atthe electrical controls. Call the Assistance Service. WATER CONDENSATION devices:
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The flow of condensation water is interrupted or insufficient
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Note: To check ifthe water correctly flows and ifthe static pressure valve is regulated, it is sufficient
to temporarily detach the water outlet tube (at the end not connected at the device). Water
must flow only when the refrigerating plant is in function.
The incoming water's temperature is higher than that prescribed in the Technical Handbook.
Cause: The compressor is overheated due to a lack of ventilation. Clean the loopholes and restore the
minimal distances for the circulation of air at the sides of the device.
Note: it may be necessary to wait up to 30 minutes for the thermal protections to cool down.
Break down at the refrigerating plant, or at the electrical controls. Call theAssistance Service.
ALARMS PAGE Cause:the lid is not correctly closed or tends to open; II'
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OPEN LID OR
EXTRACTION CHUTE
the product lifts the lid due to an excessive quantity or an excessive volume increase. Use a smaller amount of mixture or more suitable ingredients. The lid's magnet is damaged. Call the Assistance Service. Cause:the chute with protection flap is not correctly in place. The magnet or the chute's magnetic contact is damaged. Please caliAssistance Service. &
THE MAGNETSAND THEIR CONTACTS ARE IMPORTANT SAFETY DEVICES!
Cause: the refrigeration system compressor electrical safety device has been activated
following a current overload. Switch off the machine, wait a few minutes and retry. If the
inconvenience is not eliminated or recurs frequently, contact the Assistance Service.
THERMAL
PROTECTION
COMPRESSOR
Cause: no power on a phase. Under such conditions the compressor generates an
electrical overload on the other phases and this trips the electrical safety device. Cut the
power supply to the machine and have fuses and/or system connections checked by a
qualified technician.
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WARNING: THE OTHER PHASES COULD BE LIVE.
THE MACHINE MOTORS Will BE DAMAGED IF THEY RUN WITH AN UNPOWERED PHASE.
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FIRST GEAR BEATER
MOTOR
THERMAL PROTECTION
SECOND GEAR BEATER
MOTOR
Cause: the mixer electrical safety device has been activated through over-use or
mechanical overload. Check that the product in the vat is not too thick and that there are
no other causes of mechanical strain, switch off the machine, wait a few minutes and try
again. Ifthe inconvenience is not eliminated or recurs frequently, contact theAssistance
Service.
Note:
in some cases it may be necessary to wait up to 30 minutes for the
overload devices to coot down.
Cause: the mixer electrical safety device has been activated through over-use or
mechanical overload. Check that the product in the vat is not too thick and that there are
no other causes of mechanical strain, switch off the machine, wait a few minutes and try
again. If the inconvenience is not eliminated or recurs frequently, contact the Assistance
Service.
Note:
in some cases it may be necessary to wait up to 30 minutes for the
overload devices to cool down.
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PRESSURE SWITCH R404 Cause: the refrigeration system safety pressure switch has been activated following
excessive strain (REPEATED STARTS TO BEAVOIDED. high pressure, overheating).
Switch off the machine, wait a few minutes and restart. If the inconvenience is not
eliminated or recurs frequently, contact the Assistance Service.
Cause: Fault in refrigeration or control electronics systems. Contact the Assistance
Service.
(see also "Refrigeration insufficient or incorrectly deactivated")
Cause:
Fault in glycol system. Contact the Assistance Service.
Cause:
Fault on heating elements. Contact the Assistance Service.
PRESSURE
SWITCH
GLYCOL
Cause: because of air bubbles in the glycol system the pump is unable to circulate it
correctly. Could be caused by a leak or because the machine has been laid on its side
or tumed upside-down (NEVER DO EITHER). Contact theAssistance Service.
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1) MAX. LIM.
2) OPEN CIRCUIT
PROBE
Cause: the glycol system pump is faulty. Contact the Assistance Service.
Causa: the glycol temperature sensor is faulty (disconnected or out of tolerance). Contact
the Assistance Service.
Cause: the control circuits are unable to cut the power supply to the glycol system
elements (which therefore stay on): the relative control switch is probably jammed.
Contact the Assistance Service.
Cause: the control circuits are not able to cut power to the compressor (so it therefore
stays on): the relative control switch is probably jammed. Contact theAssistance Service.
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1) MIN. LIM.
2) SHORT CIRCUIT
PROBE
Cause: the glycol temperature sensor is faulty (short-circuit) or the relative wiring is
damaged. Contact the Assistance Service.
Cause: the machine is running dry or with not enough product. Restore minimum product
quantity (at least 1/2 vat).
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1) MAX LIM.
2) OPEN CIRCUIT
PROBE
Note: if you program a very high HEATING TEMPERATURE it is more
probable that the machine will trip this alarm (however, this only
happens under certain conditions).
Cause: the machine has been forgotten in MAINTENANCE
mode with HEATING
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and product liquids have completely evaporated (the product is "burning"). Clean and
a new cycle with fresh product.
Cause: the product temperature sensor is faulty (disconnected or out of tolerance).
Contact the Assistance Service.
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Cause: the product temperature sensor is faulty (short-circuited) orthe relative wiring is
damaged. Contact the Assistance Service.
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1) MIN. LIM.
2) SHORT CIRCUIT
PROBE
Cause: control circuits are unable to cut power to the compressor (which stays on): the
relative control switch is probably jammed. Contact the Assistance Service.
UNUSUAL NOISINESS. The noisiness comes, mainly, from the cylinder, when the beating is activated.
Cause: A layer of ice has developed between the beater and the cylinder: the mixture is not idoneous,
or is not sufficient.
The Beater's runners might be damaged ortoowom. Check that the runners' scraping edges
are not scratched or dented, and that the side runners are not wom as shown in the picture. If
they appearwom, replace them.
The beater and/or the cylinder are damaged or excessively wom. Call the Assistance Service.
Cause: The tilting blade's fixing knob (where featured) is loosened. Check the state of the gasket(s)
(eventually substitute them) and tighten again the fixing knob(s).
The beater and/or the cylinder have gone through a sudden temperature change, and stress
mechanically. Stop the device and wait a few minutes.
The noisiness DOES NOT come from the cylinder, or is also present when the beating is not activated.
Cause:
Inside break down. Call the Assistance Service.
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