Mod: DFV-1011/EK
11/2010
Mod: DFV-1011/EK
Production code: P8 RDP-110E FG 04 52
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CONT ENTS
1.0
2.0
2.0A
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.0A
3.0B
3.0C
3.0D
3.0E
3.0F
3.0G
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
5.0
5.1
5.2
7.0
8.0
8.0A
8.1
9.0
9.1
9.2
Foreword
Cooking modes and auxiliar y devices programmable models
Description of c ooking c ycle or cooking program
Starting programmable models
Description of c ontrol panel c omponents pr ogrammabl e model "XT ROLL KEY"
Setting of CONVECTION phas e with manual cooking mode
Setting of ST EAM phas e with manual cooking mode
Setting of COMBINATION phase with manual cooking mode
Devices and automatis ms in manual cooking programs
Starting manual c ooking program
Setting and modification of an automatic cooki ng program with more phases
Access to manage coki ng with automatic programs
Numbering of the automatic programs
Choice of the c ooking mode
Choice of the s peed fan
Setting of the c ooking parameters
Setting of automatic cooking program name
Programmi ng of following phases
Starting of an automatic cooking program
Preheating phas e within an automatic cooking program
cook & hold functi on withi n an automatic cooking program
Deferred s tarting o fan automatic cooking program
Cleaning and mai ntenance program “XT CARE PROGRAM”
Automatic cooking chamber was hing s ystem
Carrying out of an automatic washi ng program
Recommended mini mum and maximum meas uring of detergent “DETABINOX® ”
Programmi ng language
Protecti on Pass word for automatic c ooking programs
Turning the oven off
Signalling and displayi ng malfunc tioning and breakdowns
Maintenanc e
Cooking chamber cleaning in Analogic models
What to do in the cas e of a breakdown and/or extended period of non us e
Cooking tips
Modalties and suggestions for convection cooking
Remedies to c ooking hitc hes
1.0 FOREWORD
The contents of this manual are generic and not all the functions described may be
available on your product.
The manufacturer declines all res ponsibility for possibl e inacc uracies c ontained i n this pamphlet,
due to printing or c opy errors. We res erve the right to make on our own products thos e c hanges to
be c onsidered nec essary or useful, without jeopar dizing the essential c harac teristics.
Read the instructi ons for us e v ery carefully payi ng particular attenti on to the r ules concer ning
safety devic es. This applianc e must onl y be used for what it has been designed for and built for
and that is: all baki ng of dishes and regenerati ng pre-cooked and/or frozen food.
For a correct comprehension of the terminology us ed in the following par agraphs, we underline that
cooking phase is the period of time in which the oven c arries out one of the following cooking
modes:
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2.0 COOKING MODES AND AUXILIARY DEVICES
PROGRAMMABLE Models (Fig. 3)
Convection hot forced air
(temperature range between 20 - 270°C)
Combination hot forced air and steam
(Temperature range between 20 - 270°C)
Steam
(temperature range between 20 - 100°C)
The cooking phas e can us e following devic es and automatis ms:
Skewer probe to c ontrol the c ore temperature of the food to be c ooked
Δt to control cooking chamber temperature
Cooking chamber release val ve
High or low fan speed
2.0A Description of cooking cycle or cooking program:
Manual cooking cycle or program:
Food c an be cooked in a single phas e.
During the cooking program you can acti vate or deacti vate the above mentioned devices and
automatisms , adj ust cooking chamber temperature, core probe temper ature, humidification and
cooking time.
Automatic cooking program or cycle:
Food c an be cooked with more p hases , and totally automatic ally.
During the program it’s possible to temporar y modify the above mentioned devices and
automatisms and adjust cooking temperature, ti me and humi dification
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2.1 STARTING PROGRAMMABLE Models (Fig. 3)
Ensure that water suppl y are turned on and that the electricity s uppl y ups tream is s witched on.
The dis play (A) will show following messages:
the mess age OVEN TWO with referenc e to the ins talled softwar e version (ex. V-00.05), the
mess age OVEN NORMAL and at the end the mess age OFF (from now on we will call this
sequenc e on the display (A) “stand-by”). The bac k lighted display (L) will visualize a r ed point,
while displays (M) and (N) will be s witched off .
Press the button ON/OFF (A1) 3" long; th e graphic display (A) will visualize first the
mess age SINGLE PHASE RECIPE and then the message MANUAL along with
indication of cooking time s elected in the last manual cooking c ycle..
The white leds (R) and (V) will indicate the las t selec ted co oking mode, dis plays (L)
(M) (N) will switch on up to the previ ous s elected c ooking program.
To select a c ooking mode press the button "multifunction" (Z).
If the white led (R) is switched on, it means that con vection mode is ON.
If the white led (V) is switc hed on, it means that steam mode is ON.
If both white l eds (R) and (V) ar e s witched on, it means that combination mode is
ON .
To visualize the selec ted cooking parameters, press the encoder -knob (B).
The leds (L1), (M1), (N1), (S) or (H) indicate to which c ooki ng parameters the data
shown on the displ ays (L), (M) and (N) refer.
To modify thes e parameters strictly follow our ins tructions in the following chapters.
2.2 COMPONENTS D ESCRIPTION ON PROGRAMMABLE CONTROL PANEL (Fig. 3)
A
A1
B
C
C1
D
D1
E
E1
E2
F
F1
H
L
L1
M
M1
N
N1
P
P1
R
S
V
Z
LCD Display
ON/OFF button starting and turning the oven off
Encoder – knob to s elect and modify values
START/STOP button
White led START button ON
Chamber lighting
White led chamber lighting ON
Pre-heating button
cook & hold functi on( keep the button pressed for 3”)
White led per-heati ng ON
White led C&H ON
Double speed fan
White led low speed fan ON
Delta T button
Cooking chamber temperature display
White led temperature parameter under modificati on
Humidification percentage displ ay
White led humidific ation parameter under modification
Cooking time dis play
White led time parameter under modificati on
Cooking chamber cooling down
White led cooling down ON
White led convection mode ON
White led par ameter under modification
White led steam mode ON
Menu and programming button
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2.3 SETTING AND STARTING OF “CONVECTION” MODE
WITH MANUAL COOKING (Fig. 4)
This manual program is made up of a single phase, correspondi ng
to convecti on hot forced air cooking mode.
Fig. 4
To select this c ooking mode press multifunction button
(Z) again and again until the white l ed (R) is s witched
on clos e to the s ymbol .
Press the encoder- knob 2"long , the control panel will
visualize:
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2
3
On LCD displ ay (A) the message M ANUAL and the cooking tim e of the last selected
convec tion c ycl e .
On bac k lighted display (L) the selected temper ature will appear for about 2”, then the display
will show the real cooking c hamber temperature. The value is confirmed when the white led is
on (L1).
The bac k lighted display (N) shows the coo king time of the previous selected convection
cycle.
The val ue is c onfir med if the white led (N1) is on.
If in the last convection c ooking c ycl e the s kewer probe has been selec ted, the dis pl ay (N) will
show the las t sel ected core probe temperatur e.
This value is confirmed if the white l ed (S) is on.
The bac k lighted display (M) will show no value, because in the convection c ycle the
humidification c ontrol c annot be acti vated.
If the oven door is open, the displ ay (N) will show the mess age o Pn. If you wish to sel ect a
coki ng cycle maintaining the sa me values shown on the displays, you j ust need t o press
START/STOP button (C) to start the c ycle.
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2.3A Modification of cooking chamber temperature (Fig. 5)
The value shown on the display (L) is the one of the c ooki ng
chamber temperature and c an be sel ected between 20°C a nd
270°C. Jus t in c ase you selec t low s peed fan, the max. temperature
to sel ect will be 220°C.
Fig. 5
To modify (L) value proc eed as follows:
First chec k convec tion mode has been sel ected, if not sel ec t it
using the multifunction button (Z)
followi ng the instructi ons
described in par. 2.1;
Press first the enc oder-knob (B) 2" long to visualize the
selected c ooki ng par ameters, then the white led (L1)
will switch on; press a s econd ti me the enc oder-knob,
with a si mple clic k to adjust the val ues.
The white l ed (L1) is blinking to confirm that it is possibl e to modify the cooking temperatur e
parameter.
Select the new value, by rotating the enc oder - knob (B), cl oc kwis e to increase the
val ue and countercloc kwise to decreas e it. Then push the encoder-knob to store the
desired value.
If you don’t need to modify other cooki ng parameters, press ST ART/STOP button (C),
to start the cooking c ycle.
During cooking c ycle the display (L) shows c ooki ng chamber temperature and the displ ay (N) how
long the cooking phase has begun. T o visualize the parameters click the encoder - knob.
2.3B Modification of cooking time (Fig. 6)
The s oftware of this oven allows to selec t a cooking time between 1
minute up to 9 hours and 59 minutes, or without any time limit.
To modify the value of dis play (N) proceed as follows:
Fig. 6
Press first the encoder- knob 2” long,
then turn the encoder-knob until the white led (N1)
switches on, then press a second ti me the encoder knob to modify the values.
The white led (N1) is blinking to confirm that it’s
possible to adj ust the parameter of cooking time.
Select the new value, by rotating the enc oder - knob (B),
clockwise to i ncreas e the value and c ountercloc kwise
to decreas e it. T hen push the encoder-knob to store
the desired val ue.
The dis play (A) will show the message MANUAL and the selec ted time.
During cooking c ycle the display (L) visualizes c ooki ng chamber temperature and the displ ay (N)
how long the phase has begun. T o visualize cooking parameters clic k the enc oder -knob.
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2.3C Modification of core probe temperature (Fig. 7)
This oven permits to control the c ore temperature of the food to be
cooked, as an alternative t o c ooking with a certain s elected ti me .
When the white led (S) on the c ontrol panel is on, the value shown
on the display (N) is the one of the c ore temperatur e, measur ed by
a s kewer and can be sel ected between 20°C and 99°C.
Fig. 7
To modify the value of the displ ay (N) proc eed as
follows :
first press the enc oder- knob 2" l ong, verify the white
led (L1) is on, then turn the enc oder -knob until the
white led (S) s witches on, then press the encoderknob for a sec ond time to modify the values .
The white led (S) is blinking to confirm that it is
possible to modify the core temperatur e parameter.
Select the new value, by rotating the enc oder - knob (B), cl oc kwis e to increase the
val ue and countercloc kwise to decreas e it. Then push the encoder-knob to store the
desired value.
The dis play (A) will vis ualize the messages "MANUAL" and "00.00", onc e the c ooking c ycle has
begun, this value will indicate how long the c ooki ng phase with core probe has begun.
If you don’t need to modify other par ameters you c an press START/STOPbutton (C)
to start the cooking c ycle.
During cooking c ycle the display (L) will show the c ooking chamber temper ature and the display
(N) the core temperatur e meas ured by the s kewer in the cor e of the pr oduc t to be cooked. T o
visualize the s elected parameters clic k the encoder - knob.
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2.3D Activation of Δt Function (Delta T) (Fig. 8)
To ens ure that during the entire cooking c ycle of big pieces of
meat, the loss of salts and organol eptic s ubs tanc es is ver y low, it is
ver y i mportant that the differenc e between c ooking chamber
temperature and the temperature of the product to be c ooked
remains steady. This difference is c alled “Delta T”, shortly Δt .
The s maller this value is, the better the cooking results will be. This
functi on allows a more delicate cooking proc ess: the food is more
tasty and the weight l oss is reduced.
Fig. 8
It is possible to acti vate this function onl y if pr eviousl y you have
selected the parameter “core probe” to determine the c ooking
duration.
The Delta T val ue c an be selec ted between 30 and 150°C.
To select “Delta T ” function proceed as follow:
Press first the encoder- knob to c onfirm the val ue of the core probe temperature, then
turn it the white l ed (H) is switc hed on.
Click the encoder-knob to sel ect Delta T value.
Select the new value, by rotating the enc oder - knob (B), cl oc kwis e to increase the
val ue and countercloc kwise to decreas e it.
Then pus h the enc oder-knob to s tore the desired value.
The dis play (A) will vis ualize the messages "MANUAL" and "00.00", onc e the c ooking c ycle has
begun, this value will indicate how long the c ooki ng phase with core probe has begun.
If you don’t need to modify other par ameters you c an press START/STOPbutton (C) to
start the c ooking c ycle.
During cooking c ycle the display (L) will show the c ooking chamber temper ature and the display
(N) the core temperatur e meas ured by the s kewer in the cor e of the pr oduc t to be cooked .
To visualize the selec ted parameters click the encoder -knob; in this c ase the display (N) will show
alternativel y the c ore pr obe temperature, c onfir med by the white led (S), which mus t be on and the
one selected for Delta T valued, indicated by the white l ed (H).
While pressing the multifunc tion button (Z) during convecti on cooking c ycle, you
activate steam generation inside the c ooking c hamber.
In this case the white led (M1) remains s witched on, until you keep pressed the
multifunction button (Z) .
This function is particularl y useful at the end of specific c ooking c ycl es to improve the
"brown" effect on the food.
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2.4 SETTING AND OPERATION OF “STEAM” MODE
IN MANUAL COOKING (Fig. 9)
This program is manual and is made up of a single phas e,
corresponding to the steam c ooking mode.
To select this cooking mode pr ess multifunc tion button
(Z) again and again until the white led (V) is switched
on clos e to the s ymbol
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2
3
4
Fig. 9
Press the encoder-knob 2"long , the c ontrol panel will
visualize:
On LCD dis play (A) the mess age MANUAL and the cooking
time of the last selected steam c ycle
On bac k lighted displ ay (L) the selected temp erature will
appear for about 2”, then the display will s how the real c ooking
chamber temperatur e. The value is confirmed when the white
led is on (L1).
The bac k lighted dis play (N) shows the cooking tim e of the pr evious selected steam cycle.
This value is confirmed when the white led (N1) is on.
If in the last coking c ycle the s kewer has been used, the display (N) will show the previous
selected temperature; This val ue is c onfir med if the white led (S) is on.
The bac k lighted display (M) will show the fixed value "99", that cannot be m odifi ed because
the percentage of humidific ation in steam c ycle is fi x.
If the oven door is open the displ ay (N) will show t he mess age o Pn. If you wish to sel ect a
cooking c ycle maintaining the s ame values shown on the display, you just need to press
START/STOP button (C) to start the c ycle.
2.4A Modification of cooking chamber temperature (Fig. 10)
The value shown on the display (L) is the one of the c ooki ng
chamber temperature and c an be sel ected between 30°C and
100°C. To modify (L) val ue proceed as follows:
First chec k steam mode has been s elected, if not selec t it using t he
multifunction button (Z) foll owi ng the i nstructions described in par.
2.1.
Press first the encoder- knob (B) 2" long to vis ualize
the selec ted cooking parameters, then the white l ed
(L1) will s witch on;
Fig. 10
Press a second ti me the encoder-knob, with a simple
click to adjus t the values. The flas hing white led (L1)
confirms that it is possible to mo dify the temperature
parameter.
Select the new value, by rotating the enc oder - knob (B), cl oc kwis e to increase the
val ue and countercloc kwise to decreas e it. Then push the encoder-knob to store the
desired value.
If you don’t need to modify other cooki ng parameters, press ST ART/STOP button (C),
to start the cooking c ycle. D uring cooking, the displ ay (L) shows the temperature
inside the c hamber and the displ ay (N) how long phase began.
To view the preset par ameters clic k on the enc oder.
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2.4B Modification of cooking time As described at paragraph 2.2B
2.4C Modification of core temperature As described at paragraph 2.2C
2.4D Activation of Δt function (Delta T) As described at paragraph 2.2D
2.4E Modification of cooking chamber humidification (Fig. 11)
For the “Steam” phase the percentage of cooking chamber
humidification is 99% and cannot be modified.
Very important notice:
It’s well known that steam temperature at atmospheric press ure
cannot reach values more than 100°C.
The electronic s ystem of the oven s hows on the graphic dis play (A)
the message “HIGH TEMP.” , eac h ti me you s elect the steam
phas e with a c ooking chamber temperature higher than 100°C.
Fig. 11
The mess age is for information only, this situati on happens after a “convection or combi nation”
phas e, with temperature higher than 100°C , each ti me you don’t carr y out a cooling cycle to
decreas e the c ooki ng chamber temperature.
The el ectronic s ys tem allows the functioning with steam also in this situati on.
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2.5 SETTING AND OPERATION OF “COMBINATION ” PHASE
IN MANUAL COOKING MODE (Fig. 12)
This program is manual and is made up of a single phas e,
Fig. 12
corresponding to the c onvection hot forced air with steam, also
called c ombination mode.
To select this cooking mode press multifunction button
(Z) again and again until the white led (R) is switc hed
on close to the symbol
and the white led (V) close
to the s ymbol
Press the encoder-knob 2” long, and the c ontrol panel
will vis ualize:
1 On LCD dis play (A) the mess age MA NUAL and the cooking
time of the last selected combi nati on c ycl e.
2 On lighted dis play (L) the selected temperatur e will appear for
about 2”, then the display will show the real cooking chamber
temperature.
The val ue is c onfir med when the white l ed is on (L1).
3 The lighted displ ay (N) shows the cooking tim e of the previous select ed combin ation cycle .
This value is confirmed when the white led (N1) is on.
If in the last cooking cycl e the s kewer has been used, the dis play (N) will show the previous
selected temperature; This val ue is c onfir med if the white led (S) is on.
On the bac klighted dis play (M) it will appear the percentage of humidification .
This value is confirmed with the white led (M1) on.
If the oven door is open the display (N) will show the mess age o Pn. If you wish to select a c ooking
cycle maintai ning the same values s hown on the dis play, you j ust need to press START/ST OP
button (C) to start the c ycle.
2.5A Modification of cooking chamber temperature As described at paragraph
2.2A
2.5B Modification of cooking time As described at paragraph 2.2B
2.5C Modification of core temperature As described at paragraph 2.2C
2.5D Activation of Δt function (Delta T) As described at paragraph 2.2D
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2.5E Modification of cooking chamber humidification (Fig. 13)
The electronic s ystem of this oven permits to s elect a percentage of
cooking chamber humidificati on between 1% and 99%.
To modify (M) value proceed as follows :
chec k the combi nation c ycle has been s elected, or sel ect it as
described at paragraph 2.1;
Press the encoder- knob (B) 2" long to visualize the
selected parameters, and then the white led (L1)
switches on;
Turn the enc oder-knob till the white led (M1) tur ns on,
then press a second ti me the encoder-knob to modify
the values .
Fig. 13
The white l ed (M1) is blinking to show that it’s possible to modify the temperatur e
parameter.
Select the new val ue, by rotating the enc oder - knob (B), cl oc kwis e to increas e the
val ue and countercloc kwise to decrease it. Then push the encoder-knob to store the
desired value.
If you don’t need to modify other cooki ng parameters, press ST ART/STOP button (C),
to start the cooking c ycle.
By pressing the multifunc tion button (Z) during combi nati on c ycle, you increase the
percentage of c ooking chamber humidification of 10% .
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2.8 C OOKING DEVICES AND AUTOMATISMS IN THE MANUAL PROGRAMS
2.8A Cooking chamber release valve (Fig. 14)
All models c an be equipped with this s ystem, that is us ed to adj ust
humidification insi de the coking chamber.
Opening and clos ure of the rel eas e val ve can be done turning the
knob (A).
This system lets the humidificati on to go out of the cooking
chamber.
Fig.
ATTENTION: This device is optional on all models except for
models 15 x 1/1 GN.
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2.8B Cook & hold (C & H) (Fig. 15 and 16)
The function Cook & Hold permits to effec t at the end of the
cooking cycl e a “HOLDING” cycle at a steady temperature of 50°C
with no limit of ti me.
This function can be acti vated in manual convec tion and
combinati on programs and also in automatic cooking programs
whose l ast phas e corres pond to the above menti oned programs.
The modality C & H can be ac tivated after you have started the
above mentioned programs; keep the button (E) pr essed 2” long
(Fig.15) until the display (N) (Fig.16) shows the mess age H Ld ,
alternated with visualization of c ooking ti me, that can be decreas ed
in case of c ooking with ti me and that c an be incr eased in c ase of
cooking with c ore pr obe.
For cooki ng cycl es with s kewer, also with Δt c ontrol, the Cook &
Hold phas e c an be acti vated once the s elected temperature is
reached, the mess age H Ld on the displ ay (N) will appear for the
entire holdi ng phase.
The end of the cooking time or the reac hed core temperature, are
signaled by a buzz er.
To cancel Cook & Hold func tion, once it is acti vated, keep the
button (E) 2" long, until the display (N) will not show the message
HLd anymore.
Very important notice:
In the cooking c ycles with c ore probe, if you don’t take the food out
of the c ooki ng chamber at the end of the c ooking c ycle, the c ore
temperature of the product continue to incr ease by force of habit;
and cons equentl y the c ooking point will be forged.
For this reas on C&H is not advised for cooki ng with core probe.
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2.8C Cooking chamber cooling cycle (Fig. 17, 18 and 19)
The cooking chamber cooling c ycle allows , thanks to the ac tion of
the motor fans while door is open, the quic kly reduction of the
cooking chamber temperature.
Fig. 17
This function can be ac tivated by pressing the button (P) (Fig.17)
then the white led (P1) will switc h on.
If the oven door is closed on the display (N) will appear the
mess age OPn (Fig.18).
By opening the door the display (N) will show the message COL
and the cooling cycl e starts. (Fig.19).
The electr onic s ystem al ways suggests this option wi th high speed
fan.
By pressing the button (F) it’s possibl e to modify s uch setting and
select low s peed fan, in this c ase the white l ed (F1) will switc h on.
When the temperature of 30°C is reached, the motorfans stop and
the mess age C ol is flashing on the display (N) .
The c ooling c ycle can be i nterrupted with button (P), and can be
temporar y stop closing the door.
During cooling cycle, the display (L) will show the decreasi ng
temperature i nside the cooking chamber.
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
2.8D Cooking chamber pre-heating (Fig. 20 e 21)
After you have s elected the c ooking c ycle parameters, it is possible
to do an automatic pre-heating of the c ooking chamber accordi ng to
the s elected values .
By pressing the button (E) (Fig.20) the c ooking chamber preheating starts, the white led (E1) confirms the acti vation of this
functi on.
The electronic s ystem will provi de to automatic ally increas e of 30°C
the selec ted pre-heating temper ature in convecti on and
combinati on mode; during this phas e the display (N) will vis ualize
the mess age PrH (Fig.21).
When the sel ected pre-heating temper ature is reached, you c an
hear a warning buzz er, the val ue will flash on the display (N) until
you open the door. T o deacti vate pre-heating, press again the
button (E) or press (C) to start the previousl y s elected c ooki ng
cycle.
Fig. 20
Fig. 21
Important notice: the maximum pre- heating temperature is the same as the max. wor king
temperature; if the s elected temper ature is the max., you cannot increase it of 30°C.
Very important notice: to obtain good cooki ng results, it is al ways advisable to do the preheating, before putting the product insi de the cooki ng chamber .
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2.8E Activation of double speed fan (Fig. 22)
When you selec t CONVECTION or COMBINATION c ooking phases,
the electronic s ystem al ways s tarts the oven with max. Speed fan,
otherwise when you s elect ST EAM c ooking phases , the s ystem
always starts l ow speed fan.
The button (F) allows to c hoos e between low and high speed fan; if
the white led (F1) is switched on, it means that low speed is
activated.
Fig. 22
Very important notice: the fan speed must be chosen in relati on to the food to be c ooked,
keepi ng in mi nd that if you s elect l ow speed fan the max. allowed temperature is 220°C.
2.8F Internal chamber lighting (Fig. 23)
All models are equi pped with c hamber lighting, c ontrolled by button
(D).
A little delay i n the lighting of the lamps , is to be considered normal.
Fig. 23
Important notice:
the electronic s ystem stops automaticall y
chamber lighting after 1 minute ( with a c ooking chamber temperature
higher than 150°C) i n or der to guarantee a longer lifeti me of the
lamps .
2.9 STARTING OF THE MANUAL COOKING PR OGRAMS (Fig. 24)
In the manual programs, after you have s tored the phas e, press the
button (C) START / STOP, the c ooking c ycle starts and the white
led (C1) switc hes on.
The displ ays (A), (L), (M) and (N) visualize the cooking parameters
as described in the previous paragraphs .
Very important notice:
During manual c ooking c ycle, you c an modify previousl y sel ected
cooking parameters, following the i nstructions below:
To visualize the cooking parameters, click the encoder - knob (B), 2"
long and on the displ ays you will see the s elected values and the
correspondent white leds will switc h on.
To modify thes e values keep the enc oder -knob press ed 2" long and
turn it until you find the white l ed corresponding to the value yo u
need to adj ust; clic k to confirm s uch parameter and turn the
encoder- knob to modify the value.
Pres the encoder- knob again to confirm the new value.
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3.0 SETTING OF AN AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM WITH MORE PHASES
3.0A Access to manage cooking cycles with automatic programs (Fig. 25 and 26)
To add a new automatic cooking program proc eed as
follows :
Keep the multifunction button (Z) 5” long, the displ ay (A)
will show in 2" the message "MULTIPH ASE R ECIPE".
Later on, the display (A), will show the screen on your right, wher e 01
indicates the number of the program, 6 rectangles represent the 6
phas es of which the cooking pr ogramm c an be made up of, 00:30 is
the dur ation of the program and the broken line bel ow is the s pac e to
fill in with the name of the program.
Fig. 25
Fig. 26
3.0B Numbering of an automatic program (Fig. 27)
By tur ning the the encoder- knob cl oc kwis e, the number
of the program will increase fr om 01 up to 67;
countercloc kwise it will decreas e from 67 up to 01.
Fig. 27
After you have chosen the numbering of your program, press the enc oder -knob to
insert the parameters of the first phase of the new program.
3.0C How to choose cooking mode (Fig. 28)
Press again and again the multifunc tion button (Z) then
choos e the mode for the first phas e of the program
among: convecti on, steam or combinati on.
The c hos en mode is c onfirmed by the white leds (R) or
(V), or both of them.
Fig. 28
3.0D Reduced speed fan (Fig. 29)
To acti vate the reduced speed fan during the
programmi ng phase, press button (F).
The white led (F1) confirms the function is selec ted.
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3.0E Setting of cooking parameters (Fig. 30, 31, 32 and 33)
Press the encoder- knob 5"long to s witch the white led
(L1) indicating the temperature.
Fig. 30
Press it for a sec ond time to adjus t the value of the
temperature s hown on the display (L).
Fig. 31
Turn the encoder- knob to s elect a new value.
After you have s elected the value, press the encoder knob to c onfirm the value and then turn the encoder knob cloc kwise or countercloc kwise to modify the other
parameters (humidific ation, ti me or c ore probe and
Delta T).
Fig. 32
Note: The parameter percentage of humidification can be modified onl y in combination mode.
Note: Delta T function can be acti vated onl y if you previousl y sel ected a value for the core probe
temperature.
After you have s elected the l ast parameter of the first
phas e of the cooking pr ogram, turn the enc oder - knob
clockwise until you s ee , on the dis play (A) an arrow near
to the program turned to the bottom.
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Press the encoder- knob to enter to the broken line,
where you have to write the name of the program.
This way you sel ect the first letter, and then it’s possible
to add the following letters by tur ning the enc oder- knob
until you find the l etter of the alphabet you require.
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Fig. 34
To add a new letter, press the encoder -knob until you
find the l etter you require and then click the enc oder knob to c onfirm.
Fig. 35
Go on with the sec ond letter following the above
described proc edure.
Fig. 36
After you have inserted the c omplete name of the
automatic c ooking program press the encoder -knob 5"
long to proc eed with the programming of the followi ng
phas es.
Fig. 37
3.0G Programming of the following phases (Fig. 38)
Turn the encoder- knob to s elect the square
corresponding to the sec ond phase of the program, click
to selec t it and go on with the pr ogrammi ng of the
cooking programs acc ording to the described proc edure.
Proceed at the same way for all the phases foreseen for
the automatic program.
At the end of the l ast phase press the encoder -knob 5”
long to exit the programming.
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3.1 STARTING OF AN AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM (Fig. 39, 40 and 41)
Press the multifunction button (Z) to acc ess to automatic
cooking programs.
Fig. 39
Turn the encoder-knob to vis ualize the s tored automatic
cooking programs in a progressive s equence up to the
assigned number.
Fig. 40
Press the encoder- knob to s elect the chos en program.
Fig. 41
Now it’s possible to s tart the chosen program by pressing the START/STOP button. To
obtain better cooking results we advise to do a c ooking c hamber pre-heati ng phase,
according to the ins tructions of paragraph 3.2
3.2 PRE-HEATING PHASE COMBINED WITH AN AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM
After you have sel ected the automatic c ooking
program, we advis e to do the cooki ng chamber preheating, in order to start the c ooking phase i n the bes t
way.
To start the pre-heating phase, press the button (E),
cooking c hamber will reac h a temperature 30° higher
than the one of the first cooking phas e of the automatic
program.
The white led (E1) turns on to s how that the pre-heating
phas e is on, while the dis play (A) will vis ualize the
mess age here on the right hand side.
Once the temperature is reac hed, a buzzer will advise, that the operator can put the
food into the cooking chamber. After you have put the food i n and clos ed the door,
press the ST ART/STOP to s tart c ooking.
Note: Pre-heating temperature cannot be higher than the max. one of the s elected c ooking mode:
270°C for c onvec tion or combi nati on mode
220°C for c onvec tion or combi nati on mode with low s peed fan
100°C for steam mode
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3.3 COOK & HOLD FUNCTION COMBINED WITH AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAM
The func tion Cook & Hold per mits to effect at the end of the c ooki ng c ycle a “HOLDING” c ycl e at a
steady temperature of 50°C with no limit of ti me.
To combine a "Cook & H old" holding phase with an
automatic cooking program, pr oceed as follows:
Once you have sel ected the automatic c ooking
program, press the encoder-knob to confirm suc h
program, then tur n the encoder-knob till you reac h the
last phase of the program.
At this ti me, press the button PRH/HLD (E) 5" long, the
white led (E1) will turn on, to c onfirm that the holding
phas e has been c oupled with the c ooking pr ogram.
Turn the enc oder-knob again to selec t the first phas e of
the program and press it to confirm.
Now it is possible to start the automatic program by
pressing the START/STOP button.
At the end of the automatic c ooking program, the display (A) will
show the message HOLD ON to c onfirm that the holding phas e has
been ac tivated.
Note: "Cook & Hold" hol ding phas e c oupled with an automatic c ooking program, maintains the
same humidification parameter as the last phase of the program: if the las t phase of the program
was c onvection mode, C ook & Hold phase will be convec tion mode at 50°C.
The same thi ng is for steam and combination mode; F or the combi nati on mode also the
percentage of humidificati on will be kept.
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3.4 DEFERRED STARTING OF AN AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAM
The electr onic s ystem of this oven allows the deferred
starting of both a manual c ooking c ycle and an automatic
cooking program.
For the manual cooking cycl e, set the cooking
parameters as described at paragraphs 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5
and turn the oven off by pressing ON/OFF button for 3".
Press ST ART/STOP button for 10", the display (A) will
show the mess age START DELAY TIME.
By turning the encoder-knob you can s elect on display
(N) the delay with which you want to s tart c ooking.
Note: this value can be sel ected between 1 minute and 9
hours and 59 minut es.
Press the encoder-knob, the display (A) will show the
mess age START RECIPE: MANUAL; press the encoderknob again to start the countdown till you reach the
automatic starting of the selec ted automatic c ycle.
If you want to couple the deferred starting with an
automatic c ooking program, when the display (A) will
show the mess age START RECIPE: MANUAL, turn the
encoder- knob till you vis ualize the desired program,
press the encoder- knob again to start the c ountdown.
Note: while cooking with deferred starti ng, it’s i mportant to keep in mind that in this cas e you
cannot preheat the cooking chamber bec aus e the food is already insi de the c ooking c hamber , and
so it can be necess ar y to modify the cooking parameters to c ompensate the l ac k of pre-heating.
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4.0 PROGRAM FOR WASHING AND MAINTENANCE “XT CARE PROGRAM”
Due to help and promote the daily was hing and maintenance of the ovens, the manufac turer
studied and tested for this purpos e a pr oduc t line, whic h is c ompletely compatibl e with the
materials the cooking chamber and boiler are made of.
The complete washi ng and maintenanc e operations and its products is called “ XT CARE
PROGRAM” and consists of:


“XT CLEAN”: Detergent in tablets “DET ABIN OX®” for cooking chamber washi ng
“XT POLISH”: Sparkling aid tabs “ BRILLINOX®” for cooking chamber rinsing
THE MANUFACTURER DOESN’T ACCEPT COMPLAINTS OF ANY TYPE AND FORM
REGARDING TH E EFFICACY OF THE WASHING CYCLE , IF YOU HAVEN’T USED TH E
PRODUCT S OF THE “XT CARE PROGRAM” LINE IN THE RECOMMENDED MODALTIES
AND QUANTITIES.
4.1 AUTOMATIC COOKING CHAMBER WASHING
It’s well known that the cooking c hamber cleaning is the basic prerogati ve of hygiene, r emove the
risk of bacterial contaminations of the product to be cooked, avoid any dirt encrustations
maintaining the s tainl ess steel AISI 304, of which the cooking cham ber is made.
THE C OOKING CHAMBER HAS TO DO ALWAYS THE WASHING CYCLE AT THE END OF
THE WORKING DAY.
This c ycle is particularly advised if you cooked food using temperature more than 100°C, with
convec tion or c ombination c ycles, that c aus e the dr ying up of the food residuals on the sides of th
cooking chamber.
The ovens with programmable c ontrol panel device, are equipped with the automatic self -cleaning
system “XT ECO-CLEANER” of the cooking chamber; that foresees the an exclusi ve use off the
solid detergent “DETABINOX” in prac tical c ylindrical s haped tabs.
“DETABINOX®” is the product the manufacturer advises for this very important function,
the cleaning cycle has been studied and tested with this product perfectly compatible
with the materials the cooking chamber is made.
Important advice: the entire cooking chamber and all the parts inside it, are manufactured in
stainless steel AISI 304; on request the fan can be als o manufactur ed in s tainless steel AISI 316,
a higher quality i n comparison to AIS I 304.
Eventual oxidations si milar to rust, typic al of ferrous materials, variati ons in the as pect of above
mentioned stai nless s teel, are caused by a misuse, a contac t with water with a high concentration
of chlorine, corrosi ve substances and/or use of wr ong cleani ng detergents or an improper use of
them.
Very important: Keep in mind that the products nor mall y us ed i n the kitc hen to clean pans and/or
other tools of s tainless steel, are not al ways proper to clean the c ooking chamber of the ovens
and furthermore c ould c aus e relevant damages.
The manufacturer doesn’t accept any complain regarding oxidations, concerning the
parts manufactured in stainless steel above mentioned especially if the cooking chamber
hasn’t been cleaned using the detergent “DETABINOX” suitably studied for the washing
of the above mentioned steels.
EVENTUAL PARTS DAMAGED BY IMPROPRE USE OF CLEANING PRODUCTS, NOT IN
COMPLIANCE WITH ABOVE DESCRIBED INSTRUCTIONS WILL NOT BE REPLACED
AND/OR REFUNDED U NDER GUARANTEE.
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4.2 Using an automatic cooking chamber program
Befor e doing the was hing c ycle it is nec essar y to strictly follow the instructi ons:
Remove the trays-holder on the right side of the c ooking chamber
and positi on the holder as indicated in fig. 4.2A.
Pull out the XT CLEANER was hing container (A) (Fig. 4.3B) from
its seat, (s ee the c omponents table 4.3). It is enough to turn it
countercloc kwise and to pull it in axial way to ins ert the detergent
tabs “DETABINOX®” (B) respecti ng the quantities i ndicated i n the
table 4.3;
Position agai n the cleaner washing c ontainer (A) in its original seat
and close the oven door.
Push the multi-function button (Z) for 5 s econds to
gain access to the automatic programs .
Turn the enc oder knob till you vis ualize on the
display (A) the program n° 68 SHORT CHAMBER
WASHING or n° 69 LONG CHAMBER WASHING.
Click on the enc oder- knob to confirm the chosen
program, pus h the START/STOP button to start the
automatic was hing cycl e.
The s hort program consists of a 40
minutes single washing step and a
5 mi nutes rinsing step.
The long program consists of a 60
minutes was hing step and a 5
minutes rinsing step.
Once the washing step is finished, it is possibl e to open the oven
door and insert in ever y XT ECO CLEANER seat a “BRILLINOX”
chamber rinsing tab i n order to obtai n a more efficient rinsing.
Closing the oven door the washing c ycle will start over again.
Fig.4.2A
Fig.4.2B
Washing step: The rotation of the cleaner washing is acti vated, the water action melts
“DETABINOX” tabs and liberates the s ubstanc es inside them in a semi -liquid form. The mec hanic
action of the fans will spread s uch s ubs tanc es in all cooki ng chamber surfac es, es peciall y in the
parts where the manual was hing cannot arrive. During this phas e the c hemical ac tion of the
detergent will remove all grease and encrustations of s auces from all sur faces of the cooking
chamber.
Rinsing step : This phas e is ver y i mportant because it is used to remove all detergent residuals.
Very important notice: the use of the spar kling aid in tabs “BRILLINOX” ensur es a good rinsing
of the c ooking chamber.
Note: it’s possible to select the automatic washing programs ,
without entering multiphase programs .
It’s enough to turn the encoder- knob, when the dis play (A) will show
the message MANUAL, selec t the washi ng program by pressi ng the
encoder- knob and press START button to s tart it.
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Attention: If the c ooking c hamber temperature should pass 40°C, after having pushed the
START
Button, the el ectronic s ys tem will give an acoustic signal (buzzer). On the dislay (A) the message
“HIGH CHAMBER TEMPERATURE” will be shown alternating to the mess age “OPEN DOOR” to
signalize the need of cooling the chamber down.
When the above menti oned message appears, the operator has to do a cool -down c ycle with
opened door.
Once the temperature falls under 40°C, the electronic s ystem will give again an acoustic signal
(buzzer)
And on the display will appear the messages “TEMPER ATURE OK” and “CLOSE DOOR” to
advise
that you can go on.
VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE: ALWAYS CHECK AFTER THE WASHING CYCLE AND
BEFORE STARTING THE COOKING CYCLE, THAT THERE AREN’T ANY DETERGENT
RESIDUALS INSIDE THE CONTAINER (A) AND ITS SEAT. IF THERE ARE ANY, REMOVE
THEM CAREFULLY WITHH A JET OF WATER.
VERY IMPORTANT: THE WASHING CYCLES CANNOT BE INTERRUPT ED.
IN CASE THE U SER INTERRUPTS A WASHING CYCLE, IT IS NECESSARY TO REMOVE
ANY EVENTUAL RESIDUALS OF DETER GENT IN THE COOKING CHAMBER AND FROM
THE ECO-CLEANER DEVICES AND START A RINSING CYCLE BEFORE COOKING.
Important notice: We recommend the pres enc e of the oper ator near the oven, at l east during the
first was hing phase.
VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE:
The was hing result depends on the c ontact of the detergent on the dirt and greas e all over the
cooking chamber s urfaces .
The s ystem supplied with this oven per mits the liquid solution contai ning the detergent, generated
inside the “XT ECO CLEANER® “ by means of the forced air produc ed by the motor -fan.
4.3 DURATION OF THE WASHING CYCLES
RECOMMENDED MIN. AND MAX. MEASURING OF THE DET ERGENT “DETABINOX”
Oven model
Number of XT ECO CLEANER
Short washing cycle
(washi ng durati on + rinsing durati on)
Number of detergent tabs
“DETABINOX®”
Long washing cycle
( was hing duration + rinsing duration)
Number of detergent tabs
“DETABINOX®”
Rinsing cycle
305
105
110
115
605
610
1
1
2
2
1
2
40’ + 5’ 40’ + 5’ 40’ + 5’ 40’ + 5’ 40’ + 5’ 40’ + 5’
1 Pz
1 Pz
2 Pz
2 Pz
1 Pz
2 Pz
60’ + 5’ 60’ + 5’ 60’ + 5’ 60’ + 5’ 60’ + 5’ 60’ + 5’
2 Pz
2 Pz
4 Pz
4 Pz
2 Pz
4 Pz
5’
5’
5’
5’
5’
5’
ATTENTION: The quantity of tabs and the duration of the c ycle are related to the dirt to be
removed
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5.0 SETTING OF THE LANGUAGE
The electronic s ystem of this oven allows to manage mess ages and names of automatic programs
on display (A) in different languages, to make writing and understanding easi er.
To select the desired l anguage, proc eed as follows:
Press START/STOP and PRH/HLD at the same
time for 10"; the display (A) will show the mess age
here on the right hand side.
If the vis ualized language is correct, you jus t need to turn the enc oder -knob to go on with
the s election of temperature unit of measur ement.
If you wish to s elect another language press the encoder -knob, turn it until you visualize
the desired language and then press the enc oder-knob again to c onfir m the value.
5.1 SETTING OF TEMPERATURE IN °C OR °F
Once you have selec ted the language, the electronic
system suggests you to choos e the desired unit of
measurement for the temperature.
The oven suggests you for default the unit of meas urement in centigrades (°C), if this
option is correct, turn the enc oder to pass to the following option which is the pass word.
If you need to selec t Fahr enheit (°F) degrees, press the encoder- knob, then turn it until
you visualize °F at the end press it again to confirm the value.
5.2 PROTECTION PASSWORD FOR AUTOMATIC COOKING PROGRAMS
The electronic s ystem of this oven allows to protec t with a password the automatic cooking
program parameters. Suc h pass word will be as ked to modify already stored parameters, as
described in the previous paragraphs.
It is allowed to create a single pass word, to modify programs with more phas es, between no 01
and 67. Only who knows the password, c an use it.
Once you have c onfirmed the unit of meas urement, the
electronic s ys tem suggests you to acti vate a password.
The display (A) will s how the message here on the right
hand si de, if we turn the encoder the pass word will not be
activated.
To ac tivate the password, turn the enc oder-knob until you
visualize on the dis play (A) the message here on the right
hand side, then press the encoder -knob to c onfirm your
choice.
To create your pass word you c an use numbers from 0 to
9. Turn the encoder and press it to confirm eac h one of the
numbers of the pass word.
The pass word s uggested by the elec tronic s ystem is: 0000
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5.2A Modification of automatic programs protected by password
To modify cooki ng par ameters of an automatic program when the password is acti vated , strictl y
follow these i nstructions:
Select the automatic program you want to modify as
indicated on paragraph 3.1.
Press the enc oder-knob and the displ ay (A) will show the
mess age as i ndicated here on the right hand side. Enter
the pass wor d as previously described.
Once you have enter ed the pass word you c an modify the c ooki ng parameters of the
selected automatic program.
Very important: modifications you do while the automatic program is worki ng, are limitated to the
execution of the program. At the end of the cooki ng program the s et parameters will go bac k to the
val ues before modification.
Instead the modifications done while the oven is not carryi ng out any automatic program, will be
definite.
5.3 TURNING THE OVEN OFF
To turn the oven off, press ON/OFF button for 3".
When the oven is off, the control panel is as in the drawing on
the right hand side.
Note: if we turn the oven off, while the oven is carrying out a
multiphas e recipy, at the following lighting of the oven the
electronic s ys tem will begin fr om the l ast phase. Vic eversa if
we turn the oven off when it is carrying out a manual phas e,
at the following lighting of the oven the electr onic s ystem will
start from this phase.
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7.0 SIGNALLING AND DISPLAYING MALFUNCTIONS AND BREAKDOWNS
The elec tronic control of this oven displays any malfunctions and breakdowns using the following
mess ages
Message
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
Remar ks for the
technical
service
Message
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
Remar ks for the
technical
service
F!A
THERM PROT. MOT. 1 or 2
(the oven stops, it is i n “stand-by” position)
Inter vention of the ther mal protec tion of the motor
Overheating the motor
Switc h the oven off, c hec k there ar en’t any obs tacles on the motor rotation, if
any remove them.
Chec k that the slits located in the bac k and on the bottom of the oven for the
air circulation around the motor, have not been obstructed.
In cas e the malfunction does not dis appear after 60’ , or happens again, call
the technical s ervice.
Chec k the motor shaft rotates in the c orrect way, without any frictions and that
the bearings are efficient.
Verify that the stainless s teel fan has no deformation and that its rotation is
well balanced.
Chec k the gas ket, which is situated i n the bac k of the cooking chamber near
the motor shaft is tight.
Do the elec tric chec k of the motor to find out eventual defects.
F2A
CHAMBER THERMOST.
(the oven stops, it is i n “stand-by” position)
Inter vention of the c ooking c hamber safety thermostat
The cooking chamber reaches too high values of temperature
Turn the oven off, c hec k there aren’t any obstacl es on t he motor rotati on, if
any remove them.
It’s possi ble to us e the oven onl y with s team mode.
Call the technical s ervice.
Chec k the stainless steel fan inside the c ooking c hamber is perfectl y cl ean
and without any frictions.
Chec k the RPM of the motors are correct.
Clean car efull y the s ensors of the ther mostat, that controls the cooking
chamber temperature.
Verify there is a c orrespondenc e between the temper ature on the control
panel and that one in the c ooking c hamber.
Reset the s afety thermostat, pus hing the apposite pus h button or replac e it.
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Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
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CHAM. THERM. PROT
(the oven stops, it is i n “stand-by” position)
The cooking chamber temper ature probe is defecti ve
The values of temperature in the cooking chamber are wrong
You c an continue to use the oven keeping in mind, that the temperature on the
control panel is not the same as that one i n the c ooking chamber.
Call the technical s ervice
Remar ks for the
technical
service
Replace the cooking chamber tempera ture probe
Message
99
CORE PROBE MALFUNCTIONING
(it’s flashing on the dis play)
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
The temperature c ore probe is defec tive
The values of the core temperature are wrong
It’s possi ble to keep on using , avoi ding to s elect the core temperature probe.
Call the technical s ervice
Remar ks for the
technical
service
Replace the core temperature probe
Message
0
CORE PROBE SH ORT CIRCUIT
(it’s flashing on the dis play)
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
Remar ks for the
technical
service
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The temperature c ore probe is defec tive
The values of the core temperature are wrong
It’s possi ble to keep on using , avoi ding to s elect the core temperature probe.
Call the technical s ervice
Replace the core temperature probe
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-4
CHAMBER PROBE SH ORT CIRCUIT
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
Remar ks for the
technical
service
The chamber temperature probe is defecti ve
The values of the chamber temperature are wrong
It’s not possible to keep on usi ng the oven.
Message
Replace the chamber temperature probe
HIG
CHAMBER TEMP. UPPER THAN PROBE SET
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
Remar ks for the
technical
service
The temperature measured by the probe is higher than s et.
The temperature measured by the probe is higher than set.
Cool down the probe
Message
HIGH TEMPERATURE STEAM
Diagnosis
Defect
User behaviour
In steam mode, c hamber temperature is higher than 100°C
/
Coll down the cooking chamber
If cooling the sens or, the alarm does not disappear repl ace the probe.
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8.0 MAINTENANCE
It is compulsor y to turn the main switc h off and close the water on-off val ve, both i nstalled upstream
from the oven before ser vicing it.
The oven should be cl eaned at the end of eac h wor king day, using specific products onl y.
If an anti fat-filter is installed (supplied on request) it needs cleaning after ever y 3 cooking c ycles,
because it gets clogged. Cooking would be uneven and also c ooking ti me would be longer.
All stainless s teel parts should be: 1- cleaned with clear, soapy water; 2- rinsed with water; 3- dried
thoroughly.
It is absolutel y forbidden to use scrapers, metal s oap pads and other common s teel tools as they
could besides scratc hing the s urface, deposit iron particles that, oxidizing would cause rus t to for m.
DO N OT WASH THE APPLIANCE WITH JETS OF WATER
DO N OT USE PRODUCTS T O WASH THE STAINLESS STEEL PARTS, WHICH CONTAIN
CHLOR ( BLEACH, CHLORINE ACID) EVEN IF WATERED DOWN
8.0A Analogic Cleaning the cooking chamber of analogic models
All food and r esiduals and greas e must be removed from the coking chamber eac h time it is used
for cooki ng. The juices and fat that drip from the food and fall to the bottom, are c onveyed to the
drain in the centre. T o clean the oven, use a degreasing product s uitable for stai nless steel, a
spray-on product for instanc e, that covers all areas, especi ally the bac k of the s uction conveyor.
Then proceed as follows:
1- Heat the oven to a temperature of 50°C;
2- Appl y the degreasi ng product i n the rec ommended quantity;
3- Close the door;
4- Select the steam c ycle;
5- Turn the oven on for 20-30 minutes. After this ti me open the oven door, protecti ng your eyes
and s kin from the fumes , and then was h with water or put the rem ovabl e parts in the
dishwasher.
The fan mus t be kept cl ean to avoid grease and fat from depositi ng on the blades causi ng motor
revolutions to decreas e leading to a reduction in the flow of air and dangerous mechanical str ess to
the motor itself.
When the applianc e is not used for long periods of ti me :
1-Turn the main switc h off
2-Close the water on-off val ve ( both installed ups tream from the oven);
3-Leave the door open so air can circulate and prevent bad odors;
4-With a cloth s pread a thin protecti ve layer of Vaseline oil on all stainl ess steel surfaces;
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8.1 WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A BREAKDOWN AND/OR EXTENDED PERIOD OF NON U SE
If the oven does not work properl y, br eaks down or if the s afety thermostat triggers, switch the
oven off, disc onnect the elec tricity and water suppl y and notify the technical assistanc e s ervice.
All work of installation, maintenance and repairs should be carried out exclusively by
qualified and authorized personnel.
The appliance s hould be c hec ked at l east onc e ever y 6 months for which purpose we suggest
stipulati ng a maintenanc e contract.
ATTENTION The manufacturer declines all and ever y res ponsibility attributable to tr anscription
errors in this handbook and r eser ve the right to make any modific ations to the applianc e if it may
feel necess ar y and may not alter its functi onal char acteristics.
9.0 COOKING TIPS
9.0A Convection cooking: The convecti on s ys tem, with hot air and temperatures ranging from
50 to 270 °C is suitable for c ooking: first c ourses , meat, fish, vegetabl es and cakes .
Different foods c an be c ooked together at the s ame temperature without flavours getting mingled.
For the bes t results us e GASTRO NORM type baking trays with edge, al ways leaving a space of
at least 3 cm between the food you are c ooking and the baking tray above it: this is to leave room
for the air to circulate properl y.
It is always good practice not to let food go beyond the tray’s edge. If this is not possible
do not put this tray immediately under another one.
To choos e the bes t c ooking temperature bear the followi ng rule in
mind: select a temperatur e that is about 20% below the one
normally us ed in traditional, non fan, ovens. The forced ventilati on
system of these ovens guarantees s horter cooki ng times . If you fail
to follow this rule, it is possibl e that the food you are c ooking will
not be perfect.
9.0B Steam cooking: With this method, at temperatur es var ying from 50-100°C you c an boil,
defrost, sterilize and regenerate all foodstuffs. Steam, without pressure guarantees even, delicate
cooking: the food looses almost none of its vitamins or mineral salts and cooking ti mes are muc h
shorter c ompared to those when water is us ed. We al ways r ecommend usi ng the perforated G.N.
tray so that, when c ooking is fi nished , there is no water on the bottom of the tray.
If you need to us e the c ooking liquid you can put an ordinary G.N. tray underneath.
When c ooking different types of vegetables together remember that the s tronger flavoured ones
shoul d al ways be put at the bottom of the oven.
9.0C Steam-convection cooking: This method, commonl y c alled “ combined”, that joins the
advantages of c onvention with heated air (speed, saving on energy and room) to s team
(maintaining the nutritional and organoleptic properties), is excellent for food that has to be
cooked quic kly at high temperatures and with a lot of steam. In this way the food stays tender and
loses ver y little weight. It is particularl y suitable for braised meat, stews and large pieces of meat
for which we al ways advise using the heart-temperature control with the s kewer probe.
9.0D Vacuum cooking: This is the s ystem that lets you s team cook vacuum pac ked food at a
maxi mum temperature of 90°C. F or this type of c ooking we suggest using the r ungs because with
this kind of pac k there is no danger of leaks.
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9.1 TIPS FOR CONVECTION COOKING
9.1A Baking firs courses: To cook lasagna and other oven baked pas ta, we suggest using the
45 and 60 mm deep G.N baking trays depending on the thic kness of the product. Cooking
temperatures c an var y from 160 to 180 °C, while temperatures above 200°C are needed for
browning.
9.1B Roasting meat: Always use G.N. baking trays for cooking meat, chic ken and fish, the
depth depending on the siz e of meat to cook. Al ways r emember that the food should be no higher
than the tray. With this cooking method you will need ver y littl e condi ment; jus t grease and fl avour
the food before putti ng it in the oven. Cooking temperatures can range from 150 to 180 °C and
shoul d be set acc ording to the size of the piec e of meat. The bigger it is the lower the cooking
temperature.
9.1C Grilling: Place the food on the grills provi ded with the oven after having brushed on oil and
herbs for flavouring. For the bes t result the food should be arranged so that there is enough spac e
between eac h pi ece to allow optimum ventilation.
9.1D Bakery products : To cook food that rises we s uggest using 40-60mm high baking tr ays;
vice versa for other products that do not rise, like biscuits , etc. the 20 mm high trays can be used.
For an even better result we suggest using enamelled steel or al umi nium baking trays.
These materials , thanks to a better trans mission of heat, guarantee exc ellent results.
9.2 REMEDIES TO COOKING HITCHES
If cooking is uneven:
Chec k that there is at least 3 c m between the food cooking
and the tray above it: if there is less spac e it will not allow
correct ventilation of the food to be cooked.
Make sure that the foods to cook are not against eac h
other which would prevent correct ventilation between
them.
Cooking temperature might be too high, tr y with a lower temperatur e. If the food cannot stand
direct contac t with the hot air it mus t be put i n suitabl y deep G.N. contai ners.
If the food is dry:
Reduc e cooking time.
The temperature mus t be adequatel y lower ed. R emember that the lower the temperatur e is the
less weight will be los t.
The combined c ycle for a humidity rich cooking environment was not selected.
The food was not greased with oil or juices before it was put i n to cook
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