SERVICE MANUAL COOKING

SERVICE MANUAL COOKING

SERVICE MANUAL

COOKING

ã ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS

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Tel +39 0434 394850

Fax +39 0434 394096

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Edition: 07.2007

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Publication number

599 38 74-62

IT/SERVICE/FV

Wall Ovens

WITH THE VISION

ELECTRONIC CONTROL

SYSTEM

Version for

Italy,

Europe, UK

(without roast spit)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION

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1.1 - PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

1.2 - ESD - ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE --------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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2 - THE VISION CONTROL SYSTEM

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2.1 - INTRODUCTION --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.2 - GENERAL BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE SYSTEM-------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.3 - CONTROL UNIT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.4 - TOUCH SENSOR BOARDS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

2.4.1 - POSITIONS OF THE TOUCH SENSOR BOARDS ON THE FRONT PANEL -------------- p.

2.5 - OVC2000 POWER BOARD (RELAYS) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.5.1 - CONNECTIONS TO THE POWER BOARD --------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.5.2 - RELAYS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS-------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.6 - LIGHT BAR BOARD ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.7 - OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.7.1 - GRAPH OF TEMPERATURE VS SENSOR RESISTANCE ------------------------------------- p.

2.8 - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.8.1 - SOFTWARE VERSION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.8.2 - TIMES---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.8.3 - AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

2.8.4 - DIMENSIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

2.8.4.1 - MINIMUM DIMENSIONS OF COMPARTMENT FOR BUILT-IN INSTALLATION -- p.

2.8.4.2 - USEFUL DIMENSIONS OF OVEN CHAMBER---------------------------------------------- p.

2.8.5 - POWER RATINGS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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3 - CONTROLS

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3.1 - CONTROL PANEL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

3.1.1 - DISPLAY ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

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3.1.2 - KEYS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

3.2 - DESCRIPTION OF DISPLAY----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

3.2.1 - SYMBOLS SHOWN ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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4 - HOW TO USE THE VISION CONTROL SYSTEM

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4.1 - SETTING THE LANGUAGE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

4.2 - SETTING CONTRAST AND BRIGHTNESS---------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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4.3 - SETTING THE TIME OF DAY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.4 - USING THE MENU ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

4.4.1 - HEATING INDICATOR ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

4.4.2 - RAPID HEATING INDICATOR -------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.4.3 - RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR-------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.4.4 - EXACT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR ---------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.5 - OVEN LIGHT-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.6 - THE FUNCTION MENU ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

4.6.1 - TABLE OF PRESET TEMPERATURES -------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.7 - ASSISTED COOKING MENU ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.7.1 - TABLE OF WEIGHTS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.8 - ASSISTED COOKING WITH WEIGHT AUTOMATIC---------------------------------------------------- p.

4.9 - ASSISTED COOKING WITH AUTOMATIC PROGRAMME-------------------------------------------- p.

4.10 - MANUAL COOKING -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.11 - OVEN FUNCTION MENU -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

4.12 - USING OVEN FUNCTIONS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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5 - THE “MY PROGRAMMES” MENU----------------------------------------------------------

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5.1 - STORING A PROGRAMME ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

5.2 - RECALLING A PROGRAMME--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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6 - BASIC SETTINGS MENU

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6.1 - USING BASIC SETTINGS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p. 36

6.2 - AUTOMATIC CHANGE IN DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS ---------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3 - BASIC SETTINGS USED EVERY DAY---------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3.1 - SET + GO ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3.2 - ACTIVATING THE SET+GO FUNCTION------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3.3 - HOW TO START SET+GO------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3.4 - HEAT-AND-HOLD ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ p.

6.3.5 - SELECTING THE HEAT-AND-HOLD FUNCTION ------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3.6 - EXTRA TIME FUNCTION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

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6.3.7 - SELECTING THE EXTRA TIME FUNCTION-------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.3.8 - SERVICE FUNCTION ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4 - ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4.1 - MINUTE MINDER------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4.2 - DURATION OR END TIME------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4.3 - RESIDUAL HEAT FUNCTION on DURATION OR END TIME --------------------------------- p.

6.4.4 - COMBINING DURATION AND END TIME----------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4.5 - KEY LOCK---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4.6 - APPLIANCE LOCKED FUNCTION -------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.4.7 - AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

6.5 - DEMO FUNCTION------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

7 - ERROR CODES

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8 - DIAGNOSTIC TESTS

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8.1 - ACTIVATION-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

8.2 - HEATING COMPONENTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

8.3 - CHECKING THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR----------------------------------------------------- p.

8.4 - DISPLAYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION----------------------------------------------------------------- p.

8.5 - DISPLAY TEST----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

8.6 - SETTING THE BRIGHTNESS---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

8.7 - TO END THE TEST ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p.

8.8 - CHECKING THE ON / OFF KEY AT THE END OF THE TEST --------------------------------------- p.

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9 - FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

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9.1 - LEGEND FOR DIAGRAM --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- p. 48

9.2 - FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF OVEN ------------------------------------------------------------------- p. 48

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1 - INTRODUCTION

1.1 - THE PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL

The purpose of this manual is to provide basic information for troubleshooting (with the aid of troubleshooting manual no. 599387467) and repairing ovens equipped with the VISION electronic control system.

1.2 - ESD - ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE AND ITS EFFECT ON THE COMPONENTS

The interface for the control unit is not fitted with an internal device to protect against electrostatic discharge.

When effecting repairs, therefore, the service engineer must check for stabilization of the potential on the oven casing (i.e. discharge any static electricity by touching the oven casing) in order to prevent the possibility of overload, which might damage the circuit boards.

The same care is necessary when handling circuit boards supplied as spare parts (i.e. not yet fitted to the appliance), which must be removed from the protective bag in ESD only after stabilizing the potential (i.e. discharging any static electricity) and only then installed in the appliance.

Important: The theory behind the process of electrostatic charge and discharge is not discussed in this

Manual, since the tangible effects are considered to be more important. However, the effects are felt frequently when touching a metal handle and feeling the electrostatic discharge in the form of a minor shock.

But what happens when stabilization of the potential takes place with semi-conductor components (i.e. components on a circuit board, such as integrated circuits, microprocessors etc.)?

Stabilization of the potential takes place across the internal structure of the semi-conductor component. This does not necessarily lead to the immediate destruction of the component; subsequent malfunctions across damaged internal connections may be more harmful, and these occur only as a result of overheating or current overloads.

It is true that almost all sensitive semi-conductor components (such as MOS circuits) have been improved by the addition of protective measures, but the internal structures of these components are today smaller than, for example, ten years ago, which tends to increase their sensitivity to the previous levels.

Important

Which components are susceptible to damage by static electricity during repairs?

All circuit boards with control and command accesses (door switches, food probes etc.), exposed connections and microprocessors, and other circuits with that can be freely accessed.

Examples

:

- Programming units connected to the food probe and the door switch

- Programming units whose processors are accessible (due to their high costs, the protective systems are only partially effective)

- W.O.E.C. control units

- S.O.E.C. control units

- C.H.E.C. control units

- KRONOS control units

- R.H.E.A. control units

- AVANTGARDE control units

- VISION control units

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2 - THE VISION CONTROL SYSTEM

2.1 - INTRODUCTION

The Vision control system is an integrated system for controlling ovens. It consists of an electronic programming unit controlled by a microprocessor that is programmable (using a personalised programme).

The system enables the user to choose the heating element(s), cooking temperature and time, and cooking programmes that are pre-programmed at the factory, but which can also be customized for special cooking procedures. The system is also equipped with graphic symbols, multilingual wording, and error codes that facilitate troubleshooting when a malfunction occurs.

2.2 - GENERAL BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE SYSTEM

The system is composed of a number of components and can be depicted schematically as shown in Fig. 1.

The control logic (hardware and software) for the system is incorporated into the control unit.

This unit consists of a circuit board with touch sensors for system control, a display, and a buzzer.

The power board directly controls all electrical loads through a series of relays.

The sensors (oven sensor, and meat temperature sensor if used) send information about the various temperatures to the system, which uses the information to control the appliance in the best way possible.

A circuit board that powers the light bar is also connected to the control unit.

LIGHT BAR

LEFT

TOUCH

SENSOR

BOARD

LIGHT BAR

BOARD

CONTROL UNIT

DISPLAY BUZZER

µ P

RIGHT

TOUCH

SENSOR

BOARD

SENSORS

(oven sensor, meat sensor, etc. )

POWER BOARD

µ P

LOADS

(heating elements, fans etc.)

Fig. 1

NOTE: The control unit and the power board are equipped with circuitry that can be programmed using suitable software. These boards are programmed at the factory.

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2.3 CONTROL UNIT

The control unit contains a low-voltage board that includes the logic circuitry, a display and a buzzer.

This module is connected to the power board (relays) by a set of connectors and a power cable.

The memory in the system contains custom settings which have been programmed for the appliance that the system is connected to.

It also features self-testing and automatic diagnosis of malfunctions. In case of malfunction, an error code with an informative message is displayed, and system functions may be shut down.

The functions performed by the control unit depend on its programming.

The unit is enclosed in a plastic housing that is installed on the front panel of the appliance.

CONNECTION

TO LIGHT BAR

CONNECTION

TO

OVC2000

POWER

BOARD

TO LEFT TOUCH

SENSOR BOARD

TO RIGHT TOUCH

SENSOR BOARD

BA01 - NOT USED (CONNECTION TO OVC1000)

BI3 - CONNECTION TO OVC2000 POWER BOARD

BI5 - CONNECTION TO LIGHT BAR BOARD

BI6 - NOT USED (CONNECTION FOR CONTROLLING DIFFERENT LEVELS IN THE OVEN)

BM01 - NOT USED (FOR FACTORY PROGRAMMING)

BP01 - NOT USED (FOR FACTORY PROGRAMMING)

- USED

BT01 - CONNECTION TO LEFT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

BT02 - CONNECTION TO RIGHT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

- USED

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Circuit board for Vision control unit

Circuit board with its plastic housing

2 - VISION CONTROL BOARD

3 - PLASTIC HOUSING

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2.4 - TOUCH SENSOR BOARDS

This oven is equipped with a control system that uses touch sensors.

Fig. 6

To enter commands, two touch sensor boards are used instead of the classic buttons that control switches on the control unit.

The touch system consists of two sensor boards that are glued onto the back of a small front panel made of glass. The boards can recognize a finger at a distance of approx. 4 mm (the thickness of the glass panel) from the sensors.

Each sensor board has 5 switch units with touch sensors.

The functions of the various keys are set by the software in the control unit.

Fig. 7

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2.4.1 - POSITIONS OF THE TOUCH SENSOR BOARDS ON THE FRONT PANEL

Fig. 8

1 - GLASS FRONT PANEL

2 - RIGHT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

3 - LEFT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

4 - LIGHT BAR

RIGHT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

CONNECTION

TO CONTROL

UNIT

LEFT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

CONNECTION

TO CONTROL

UNIT

Fig. 9 Fig. 10

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2.5 - OVC2000 POWER BOARD (RELAYS)

The power board controls the heating elements, the convection fan, the cooling fan and the oven light according to the information received from the control/display board.

The power board is composed of a power supply section (which is also used to supply low voltage to the control/display board) and eleven relays that control the heating elements and low power components (oven lamp, fans and roast spit) in accordance with the software configuration of the model involved.

All the functions on the board are controlled by an internal microprocessor.

A door lock system for the self-cleaning function may also be connected to the power board.

The main connections to the power board are illustrated below (see Fig. 11).

OVEN SENSOR

(PT500)

Fig. 12

CONTROL UNIT

NETWORK INPUT

MAIN RELAY

OUTPUT

Fig. 11

HEATING

ELEMENTS

Here are the positions of the relays and connections.

LOW POWER

LOADS

PHASE INPUT

FOR LOW

VOLTAGE LOADS

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2.5.1 - CONNECTIONS TO THE POWER BOARD

Here are the positions of the various connections, with descriptions of their functions.

Fig. 13

REFERENCE

BL1

BL4

DESCRIPTION

LOW POWER LOADS

PHASE INPUT FOR LOW POWER LOADS

CONNECTOR

GREEN

WHITE

WHITE

WHITE

WHITE

WHITE

FASTON

GREEN

APD - 1ST OUT (2

POLE)

BR1

BR2

BR3

BR12

POWER SUPPLIED FROM MAIN RELAY

POWER SUPPLIED FROM MAIN RELAY

SWITCHED OUTPUT FROM MAIN RELAY

SWITCHED OUTPUT FROM MAIN RELAY

APD - 1ST IN (2 POLE)

FASTON

BR5

BR6

BR8

BR9

BR10

HEATING ELEMENT FOR FAN COOKING

TOP HEATING ELEMENT

NEUTRAL

BOTTOM HEATING ELEMENT

HEATING ELEMENT FOR GRILL

WHITE - 6 POLE

FASTON

BR13 NEUTRAL

BR14 GROUND

BP1 OVEN SENSOR (PT500) (*)

FASTON

FASTON

FASTON

WHITE

(*) NOTE: When installing the connector, be sure to position it on the right-hand side.

1 - SENSOR CONNECTOR PLUG

2 - SENSOR CONNECTOR SOCKET

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2.5.2 - RELAYS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

Here are the positions of the relays, with descriptions of their functions:

Fig. 15

REFERENCE DESCRIPTION

REL4

REL5

REL8

REL9

REL10

REL11

REL12

REL13

REL15

REL16

RELAY FOR CIRCULAR HEATING ELEMENT

RELAY FOR GRILL HEATING ELEMENT

RELAY FOR TOP HEATING ELEMENT

RELAY FOR BOTTOM HEATING ELEMENT

RELAY FOR ROAST SPIT MOTOR (NOT USED)

RELAY FOR CONVECTION FAN

RELAY FOR DUAL-SPEED COOLING FAN (NOT USED)

RELAY FOR COOLING FAN

RELAY FOR OVEN LAMP

RELAY FOR DOOR LOCK (NOT USED)

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2.6 - LIGHT BAR BOARD

The light bar consists of a fluorescent bar illuminated by two LEDs.

These LEDs are powered by the light bar board, which is connected to the power mains and to the control unit.

Fig. 16

BR01 - POWER CONNECTOR FOR THE LEDs ON THE LIGHT BAR

BR02 - CONNECTOR FOR DISPLAY BOARD

BR03 - NEUTRAL CONNECTION FROM POWER MAINS

BR04 - PHASE CONNECTION FROM POWER MAINS

BR05 - NOT USED

BR06 - NOT USED

BR07 - NOT USED

BR08 - NOT USED

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2.7 - OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR

To control oven temperature, the VISION system uses a temperature sensor mounted on a bracket which is screwed onto the oven muffle.

A PT500 resistance-type platinum sensor provides the control board with the information that is required for the following functions:

- Cycling the heating elements until they reach the desired temperature

- Shutting down heating elements in case of overheating or sensor malfunction

- Delaying cooling fan startup and shutdown

- Recognizing relay malfunctions

The temperature sensor is hermetically sealed in a metal sheath, which must be connected to earth.

1 - PT500 SENSOR

2 - MOUNTING BRACKET WITH

EARTH CONNECTION

3 - CONNECTING CABLE

NOTE: When connecting the oven sensor to the power board, make sure the connector is in the correct position

(see Fig. 14, p. 12).

2.7.1 - GRAPH OF TEMPERATURE VS SENSOR RESISTANCE

RESISTENZA

Ω

TEMPERATURA °C

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2.8 - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

2.8.1 - SOFTWARE VERSION

This version of Vision is equipped with firmware

EBAIG313 V21IG003 and is identified by the following indication on the display:

Fig. 20

NOTE: The last three digits of the firmware number (a double series of numbers that appear on the display

- in this case “313” and “003)” indicate the modification level. Although these digits may change, the modified firmware is compatible with preceding control units having the same part number. The number appearing on the last line (in this case “49” ) shows total hours of oven use.

2.8.2 - TIMES

Time format

Maximum cooking time

Minute Minder

2.8.3 - AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF

24 hours

23 hours 59 minutes

23 hours 59 minutes

The automatic shutoff function is programmed as follows:

Temperature set Automatic shutoff

30 – 115 °C

120 – 195 °C

After 12 hours 30 minutes

After 8 hours 30 minutes

200 – 245 °C

250 – 280 °C

After 5 hours 30 minutes

After 3 hours

2.8.4 - DIMENSIONS

2.8.4.1 - MINIMUM DIMENSIONS OF COMPARTMENT FOR BUILT-IN INSTALLATION

Height 593 mm

Width 560

Depth 550

2.8.4.2 - USEFUL DIMENSIONS OF OVEN CHAMBER

Height 335

Width 395

Depth 400

Useful volume 53 lt

2.8.5 - POWER RATINGS

Top heating element

Bottom heating element

Top + bottom heating element

Single grill heating element

Dual grill heating element

Rear element (circular)

Oven lamp

Cooling fan (tangential)

Oven fan (convection)

Maximum total power requirement

Voltage requirement (50 Hz)

800 W

1000 W

1800 W

1680 W

2450 W

2000 W

25 W

25 W

30 W

2500 W

230 V

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3 - CONTROLS

3.1 - CONTROL PANEL

Fig. 21

1 - CONTROL PANEL

3.1.1 - DISPLAY

Fig. 22

1 - MENU OPTION SYMBOL (WITH LEVELS)

2 - TIME OF DAY

4 - TIMED FUNCTIONS

5 - TEMPERATURE / WEIGHT

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3.1.2 - KEYS

Fig. 23

REF.

SYMBOL

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

DESCRIPTION OF TOUCH KEYS

Turns appliance on and off

Scrolls UP

Displays main menu

Scrolls DOWN

Increases value (of temperature, time, weight, etc.)

Selects time functions and supplementary functions.

Decreases value (of temperature, time, weight, etc.)

Confirms a selection or accesses a submenu

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3.2 - DESCRIPTION OF DISPLAY

The Vision electronic control system has a graphic display whose symbols indicate the functions of the appliance. It also shows animated cooking icons that may differ, depending on the software installed on the appliance in question.

3.2.1 - SYMBOLS SHOWN

Here are the principal symbols for the functions which are available on this version of the Vision electronic control system.

Symbol

Indication

(Example)

Function

Minute Minder

4:30 The Minute Minder is operating

Time of day

10:00 Displays the time

Duration

1:00

Displays cooking time

End Time

14:05 Displays the time when cooking ends

Start time

0:45

Temperature

Displays the time when cooking began

Displays the temperature in the oven

Rapid heating is on (for reduced heating time)

- The weight automatic function is selected

- The weight can be changed

80°C The Heat-and-Hold function is on

Heat-and-

Hold

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4 - HOW TO USE THE VISION CONTROL SYSTEM

4.1 - SETTING THE LANGUAGE

When the appliance is plugged in, the following appears on the display:

- The logo of the company

- The software version and total operating time

- The word “LANGUAGE”

Fig. 24

LANGUAGE

English

1. Use the and keys to select the desired language.

2. Press language.

to confirm the selected

NOTE: The language menu appears only when the appliance is turned on for the first time or after the

Factory Test is run.

4.2 - SETTING CONTRAST AND BRIGHTNESS

After the language has been set, “set contrast” and “set brightness” will appear on the display.

1. Use the and keys to select the desired levels of contrast and brightness.

2. Press to confirm the levels selected.

4.3 - SETTING THE TIME OF DAY

After the contrast and brightness have been set, “set time” will appear on the display.

1. Use the and keys to set the hour of the current time of day.

2. Press to confirm.

3. Use the and keys to set the minutes of the current time of day.

4. Press to confirm.

Fig. 25

SET TIME OF DAY

+/- to adjust, OK to confirm

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4.4 - USING THE MENU

1. Press the key to turn the appliance on. The main menu will appear on the display.

Fig. 26

My Programme

Assisted Cooking

Heating Functions

2. Use the and scroll keys to select the desired submenu.

3. Press to access the selected submenu.

The corresponding submenu will be displayed.

Fig. 27

Specials

Pork/Veal

Beef/Game/Lamb

Note: To return to the main menu, press wherever it appears.

Note: The Back menu option located at the end of most menus can be used to move to a higher menu.

Note: Any operation can be interrupted by pressing to return to the main menu.

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4.4.1 - HEATING INDICATOR

When an oven function is activated, the gradually elongating bar shows the progress of the heating process.

Fig. 28

4.4.2 - RAPID HEATING INDICATOR

With some oven functions (such as Turbo

Grill) the heating time is reduced by an automatic rapid heating feature (which uses multiple heating elements during initial heating).

A striped bar moves from left to right until the desired temperature is reached.

4.4.3 - RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR

When an oven function is terminated, the residual heat in the oven is displayed.

Fig. 30

4.4.4 - EXACT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR

During heating, the exact temperature in degrees is shown for 5 seconds instead of the bar on the display.

Afterward, press and at the same time to display the exact temperature.

Fig. 31

4.5 - OVEN LIGHT

The oven light is used to illuminate foods inside the oven and is the first function that appears when the oven is turned on.

To access the oven light function, simply turn on the appliance using the

ON/OFF key.

Fig. 32

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4.6 - THE FUNCTION MENU

• The oven function menu appears on the display when the appliance is turned on.

• Use the and scroll keys to highlight the desired oven function. The menu bar shows the current position within the menu.

Here is how the oven functions are arranged

Main menu Submenu

Assisted Cooking

Pork/Veal

Beef/Wild Game/Lamb

Poultry

Fish

Cake/Tart

Pizza/Pie/Bread

Casserole/Au Gratin cooking

Convenience

Special Functions

Cooking Functions

Oven Light

Fan Cooking

Conventional Cooking

Pizza Setting (30% bottom element and 70% convection)

Turbo Grill

Grill

Dual Grill

Bottom Heat (bottom heating element)

My Programmes

Slow cooking

1 - My Programmes

2 - My Programmes

Rename Programme

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Main menu

Basic Settings

Submenu

Set time of day

Display time of day

Set+Go

Heat-and-Hold

Extra Time

Contrast of display

Brightness of display

Language

Signal volume

Volume of tones

Alarm/error tones on-off

Service

Factory settings

4.6.1 - TABLE OF PRESET TEMPERATURES

A preset temperature is suggested when a cooking function is selected. This temperature can be changed by the user.

Cooking function

Preset temperature

Oven Light 30°C

Fan Cooking 150°C

Conventional Cooking 200°C

Pizza Setting 200°C

Turbo Grill 180°C

Grill 250°C

Dual Grill

Bottom Heat (bottom heating element)

Slow Cooking

(*) The user can choose between 2 settings that cannot be changed:

Setting 1: 120°C / 80°C

Setting 2: 150°C / 80°C

250°C

150°C

(*)

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4.7 - ASSISTED COOKING MENU

Category

Pork / Veal

Roast pork

Pork loin

Pork shin

Pork shoulder

Veal roast

Beef / Wild Game /

Lamb

Beef

Scandinavian beef

Roast beef

Poultry

Marinated beef

Loin of wild game

Roast wild game

Whole chicken

Whole turkey

Whole duck

Whole goose

Fish

Poultry

Whole fish

Filet of fish

Baccalà

Fish in salt

Dish

Veal

Ossobuco

Stuffed veal breast

Roast wild game

Rabbit

Wild boar

Roast lamb

Lamb joint, medium

Leg of lamb

Chicken thigh

Coq au Vin

Roast duck al’orange

Stuffed chicken

Stuffed calamari

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Category

Cake/Tart

Pizza / Pie /

Bread

Casserole / Au

Gratin

Convenience Foods

Special Functions

Dish

Lemon sponge cake

Swedish cake

Cookies Brownies

Cheesecake Muffins

Fruitcake

Streusel cake

Rich yeast plait

Yeast plait

Pizza

Onion tart

Quiche Lorraine Whole wheat bread

Goat cheese flan

Cheese flan

Lasagne

Cannelloni

Pasta au gratin

Potatoes au gratin Casserole

Moussaka

Frozen pizza

Frozen American pizza

Bread / Sandwiches

Frozen bread / Sandwiches, lightly browned

Cold pizza

Frozen pizza snacks

French fries

Croquettes

Hash browns

Frozen apple strudel

Frozen filet of fish

Chicken wings

Frozen lasagne / Cannelloni

Defrost Preserve

Keep warm

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4.7.1 - TABLE OF WEIGHTS

The weight of dishes marked with the symbol can be set. Here is a table of weights:

Category

Pork / Veal

Dish

Roast pork

Pork loin

Preset weight

gr

Minimum weight

gr

Maximum weight

Adjusts in steps of

gr

1500 800 3000 100

1500 800 3000 100

Veal roast 1500 800 2500 100

Beef

1000 800 2500 100

Beef / Wild

Game /

Lamb

Scandinavian beef

Roast beef

1000 800 2000 100

1000 800 2500 100

Loin of wild game

Roast wild game

1500 800 3000 100

1500 800 3000 100

1500 800 3000 100

Poultry

Roast lamb

Lamb joint, medium

Whole chicken

Whole turkey

Whole duck

1500 800 2500 100

1200 800 2000 100

3000 800 6000 100

1600 800 2500 100

Fish

Whole goose

Whole fish

3000 900 4500 100

700 300 1000 100

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4.8 - ASSISTED COOKING WITH WEIGHT AUTOMATIC

Cooking time is automatically set when the weight of the dish is entered.

Example:

1. Using the and scroll keys, select the Assisted Cooking menu option, the desired category and the dish.

2. Press to confirm.

Fig. 33

Back

Automatic weight

Manual

3. Using the and scroll keys,

select Weight Automatic.

4. Press to confirm.

Fig. 34

5. Using the and scroll keys, set the weight of the dish. The setting is made in steps of 0.1 kg (see the weight table on p. 27).

The automatic programme will now start.

A signal will sound as soon as the programme ends.

6. Press any key to shut off the signal.

4.9 - ASSISTED COOKING WITH AUTOMATIC PROGRAMME

All settings are preset at the factory and cannot be changed.

Example:

1. Using the and scroll keys, select the Assisted Cooking menu option, the desired category and the dish.

Back

Recipe automatic

Manual

2. Press to confirm.

3. Using the and scroll keys, select Automatic Programme.

4. Press to confirm.

5. The automatic programme will now start.

As soon as the programme ends, a signal will sound.

6. Press any key to shut off the signal.

Fig. 35

Fig. 36

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4.10 - MANUAL COOKING

With manual cooking, the optimum settings (oven function and temperature) are automatically set for the corresponding dish. However, these settings can be changed by the user when the weight of the dish is unknown or when a personal recipe is used.

Example

1. Using the and scroll keys, select the Weight Automatic menu option.

2. Press to confirm.

3. Using the and scroll keys, select Manual.

Fig. 37

4. Press to confirm.

The desired settings for the selected function can now be made.

4.11 - OVEN FUNCTION MENU

Oven function

Oven Light

Use

To illuminate the oven

Fan Cooking

For cooking on a maximum of three

levels at the same time.

Set the oven temperature 20-40°C lower

Convection element and convection fan. than for Conventional Cooking.

For cooking and roasting on one level. Top element and bottom element.

Conventional

Cooking

Heating element / fan

Oven lamp

Pizza Setting

Turbo Grill

Grill

To bake dishes on one level that require

greater browning and a crispy bottom.

Set the oven temperature 20-40°C lower than for Conventional Cooking.

To roast large pieces of meat or poultry on one level.

This function is perfect for au gratin

cooking and browning.

To grill thin foods placed at the centre of

the grill, and to toast.

30% bottom element, 70% convection element, and convection fan.

Grill element, top element and convection fan.

Grill element.

Dual Grill

Bottom Heat

Slow Cooking

To grill foods in large quantities, and to

toast.

To finish cooking tarts with crumbly

bottoms.

To prepare roasts that are especially tender and flavourful.

Grill element and top element.

Bottom element.

Convection element and convection fan.

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4.12 - USING OVEN FUNCTIONS

Example:

1. Press the key to turn the appliance on.

2. Use the and keys to select the Oven Function menu option.

3. Press to confirm.

4. Using the and scroll keys, select the Fan Cooking function.

Fig. 38

Slow cooking

Fan cooking

Conventional cooking

5. Press to confirm.

Fig. 39

A signal will sound when the oven is preheated.

NOTE: The oven is heating up when:

- The oven function symbol is moving.

- The oven light turns on.

- The corresponding heating element turns on (for example, the fan).

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5 - THE “MY PROGRAMMES” MENU

The “My Programmes” menu is used to store personalised programmes.

Submenu Description

1 - My Programmes

2 - My Programmes

To store the optimum settings for personalised programmes.

Rename programme To rename stored programmes.

NOTE: Up to 20 programmes can be stored.

5.1 - STORING A PROGRAMME

Example:

1. Select the desired oven function or

Assisted Cooking with the desired settings.

2. During or after the oven function or

Assisted Cooking, press

SAVE

until “Save” appears on the display.

Press OK to save

3. Press to confirm. The next free memory area will now be displayed.

4. Press to confirm.

5. The name of the programme can now be written. The first letter will flash.

6. Using the and keys, select the desired letter.

Fig. 40

GRANNIES CAKE

MY PROGRAMME

Back

Fig. 41

7. Using the and scroll keys, move the cursor toward the right or left.

The next letter will flash and can be changed. Proceed in the same way for the other letters.

8. After the name of the programme has been written, press to confirm.

The programme will now be stored.

Fig. 42

ANNA PROGRAMME

To select, +/- to adjust,

To store press OK.

GRANNIES CAKE

ANNA ROAST

Back

Fig. 43

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5.2 - RECALLING A PROGRAMME

Example

1. Press the key to turn the appliance on.

2. Using the and keys, select the My Programmes menu option.

3. Press to confirm.

4. Using the and scroll keys, select the stored programme.

5. Press to confirm.

The stored programme will now begin. Its programmed settings will be used.

Fig. 44

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6 - BASIC SETTINGS MENU

NOTE: A number of basic settings can be changed independently from the corresponding application in the oven. Settings can be changed only when no oven function is selected.

Setting Display Description

Set time 12:15 Used for setting the current time.

Display time

Set+Go

Heat-and-Hold

Extra Time

- On

- Off

- On

- Off

- On

- Off

The time of day is displayed when the appliance is shut off.

The time of day is shown when the appliance is shut off, but the display is turned off to save energy.

The Set+Go function is displayed in the Select

Option window and can be activated.

The Set+Go function is not displayed in the

Select Option window.

The Heat-and-Hold function is displayed in the

Select Option window and can be activated.

The Heat-and-Hold function is not displayed in the Select Option window.

Selects and cancels the Extra Time function.

Contrast of Display

- On

- Off

1 ….. 10 Sets the contrast of the display in steps.

Brightness of Display 1 ….. 10 Sets the brightness of the display in steps.

Signal volume

Volume of Key Tones - On

- Off

Alarm/Error Tones

Service

Factory Settings

- ….

1 ….. 10

- On

- Off

EBAIG313

V21IG003 display.

Increases the volume of the key tones and the signal in steps.

Each keypress is confirmed with a tone when the key is pressed: selects and cancels key tones.

An alarm tone is sounded if a command cannot be executed: selects and cancels alarm tones

Displays software version and configuration.

Resets all settings (and My Programmes) to factory values.

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6.1 - USING BASIC SETTINGS

Example

1. Using the and keys, select the Basic Settings function.

2. Press to confirm.

3. Using the and scroll keys, select the setting you wish to change.

KEY TONES

+/- to adjust, OK to confirm

4. Press to confirm. The current value of the setting will now appear on the display.

OFF

ON

Fig. 45

5. Using the and keys, select the desired value.

6. Press to confirm.

The setting has now been changed.

6.2 - AUTOMATIC CHANGE IN DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS

When the appliance is turned off, the display dims from 22:00 in the evening to 6:00 in the morning to save energy.

6.3 - BASIC SETTINGS USED EVERY DAY

6.3.1 - SET+GO

The Set+Go allows you to set all the settings for a given oven function and then to start the oven at a later time.

Sample application:

In the morning, you prepare a dish and make all the settings that are necessary for cooking it in the oven.

Your child comes home at noon, places the dish in the oven and presses any key. The oven turns on with the settings you made previously.

Important:

- The cooking time must be set

6.3.2 - ACTIVATING THE SET+GO FUNCTION

Example

1. Select the oven function with the desired settings.

2. Press repeatedly until “Set+Go” appears on the display.

Press OK to activate

3. Press to confirm. The Set+Go function is now activated.

Fig. 46

Set+Go is active

Press any key to start

Fig. 47

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6.3.3 - HOW TO START SET+GO

1. Press any key (except ).

The selected oven function will start.

A signal will sound as soon as the function ends.

2. Press any key to silence the signal.

NOTE: The Key Lock operates while the function selected with Set+Go is in progress (see the paragraph on the Key

Lock).

6.3.4 - HEAT-AND-HOLD

NOTE: Use the Basic Settings menu to select and cancel the

Set+Go function.

The Heat-and-Hold function keeps prepared dishes warm for 30 minutes after cooking or roasting is completed.

This function is particularly useful when guests are late.

Requirements for the Heat-and-Hold function:

- The temperature must be set higher than 80°C.

- The duration must be set.

6.3.5 - SELECTING THE HEAT-AND-HOLD FUNCTION

1. Select the desired oven function.

2. Press repeatedly until “Heat-and-

Hold” appears in the window.

3. Press to confirm.

The Heat-and-Hold function is now active.

4. As soon as the oven function ends, A signal will sound and the Heat-and-

Hold function will begin.

The selected oven function will now continue at 80°C for 30 minutes.

After the 30 minute period, the oven will shut off.

NOTE: The Heat-and-Hold will remain active regardless of the oven function selected, which can be changed as desired.

Fig. 48

HEAT + HOLD

Press OK to activate

NOTE: Use the Basic Settings menu to select and cancel the

Heat-and-Hold function.

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6.3.6 - EXTRA TIME FUNCTION

When Extra Time is selected, the time for the selected function (the last function selected) will be extended for the programmed Extra Time when the function ends.

Important:

- This function can be selected on all oven functions with Duration or Weight Automatic.

Use the Basic Settings menu to select and cancel the Extra Time function.

6.3.7 - SELECTING THE EXTRA TIME FUNCTION

The oven function ends.

A signal sounds and a message is displayed.

1. Press any key (except ).

2. The Extra Time message will be displayed for about 5 minutes.

3. Press to select Extra Time.

4. Using the and keys, set the duration of Extra Time.

5. Start Extra Time by pressing or let the function start automatically after

5 seconds.

The settings of the oven function will be displayed with the new duration.

6.3.8 - SERVICE FUNCTION

The Service Function displays the software version and the configuration.

1. From the Basic Settings menu, select

Service keys.

Alarm/error tones

3. Press to confirm.

4. The software version will appear on the display, along with total hours of oven operation (on the last line - see

Fig. 50).

Fig. 49

Service

Heating functions

Fig. 50

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6.4 - ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS

6.4.1 - MINUTE MINDER

A signal sounds when the time set on the Minute Minder expires.

This function does not affect oven operation.

A signal sounds and a message is displayed.

1. Press repeatedly until “Minute

Minder” appears on the display.

Using keys, set the time.

Minute Minder

2. Press seconds.

to confirm, or wait 5

The last option selected and the remaining time will now be displayed.

When 10% of the programmed time remains, a signal will sound and a message will be displayed.

Fig. 51

3. Press any key (except ) to silence the signal.

Fig. 52

NOTE: The Minute Minder remains selected even if the oven function is changed or the appliance is shut off.

6.4.2 - DURATION OR END TIME

DURATION

To set the amount of time the oven will operate.

END TIME

To set the time of day when the oven will shut off.

1. Select the desired oven function.

2. Press repeatedly until

“Duration/End Time” appears on the display.

3. Using the or keys, set the desired cooking time or the shutoff time (23 hours 59

Duration

End Time

Fig. 53

4. Press seconds.

to confirm, or wait 5

The settings for the selected oven function will now be displayed along with the programmed duration and shutoff time.

When the time expires, a signal will sound and a message will be displayed.

The oven will then shut off.

Fig. 54

5. Press any key (except ) to silence the signal.

NOTE: The programmed duration will not change regardless of the oven function selected. Thus, the oven function can be changed as desired; however, the new function must not have a preset duration.

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6.4.3 - RESIDUAL HEAT FUNCTION on DURATION OR END TIME

When the Duration or End Time function is used, the heating elements shut off when 90% of the set or calculated time has elapsed. The residual heat in the oven is used to continue cooking until the end of the preset time (from 3 to 20 minutes).

6.4.4 - COMBINING DURATION AND END TIME

The Duration and End Time functions can be used at the same time to turn on and shut off the oven automatically at a later time.

1. Select the desired oven function.

Duration

2. Press repeatedly until

“Duration/End Time” appears on the

End Time

display.

3. Using the Duration function, set the time necessary to cook the dish

(for example, 1 hour).

4. Press to confirm.

5. Using the End Time function, set the time when the dish must be ready

(for ex. 14:05).

6 Press to confirm, or wait 5 seconds.

The selected oven function will be displayed for a few seconds with the preset duration and shutoff time.

A message will be displayed when the programme has been set up.

Fig. 55

Fig. 56

Your oven is programmed and will start at

Fig. 57

6.4.5 - KEY LOCK

Activating the key lock

1. Select the desired oven function.

2. Press repeatedly until “Key Lock” appears on the display.

3. Press to confirm.

The key lock is now activated.

Deactivating the key lock

KEY LOCK

Press OK to activate

Fig. 58

2. Press .

3. Press to confirm.

NOTE: The Key Lock does not protect against accidental shutoff. The Key Lock is automatically deactivated when the appliance is shut off.

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6.4.6 - APPLIANCE LOCKED FUNCTION (FOR CHILD PROTECTION)

The oven cannot be operated when the Appliance Locked function is activated.

Activating the Appliance Locked function

No function can be selected when the

Appliance Locked function is activated.

Appliance locked

1. Press and at the same time until “Appliance locked” appears on the display.

The Appliance Locked function is now activated.

Deactivating the Appliance Locked

Function

Fig. 59

Appliance unlocked

1. Press and at the same time until “Appliance unlocked” appears on the display.

The Appliance Locked function is now deactivated and the oven is ready for use.

Fig. 60

6.4.7 - AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF

The oven will shut off automatically if it is not turned off or the temperature is not changed within a certain period of time.

The oven will shut off automatically after:

12 hours and 30 at a temperature of minutes

30 - 115 °C

120 - 195 °C 8 hours and 30 minutes

5 hours and 30 minutes at a temperature of at a temperature of

3 hours at a temperature of

To turn the oven back on after an automatic shutoff:

200 - 245 °C

250 - max°C

Press .

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6.5 - DEMO FUNCTION

This function is used to demonstrate the functions of the oven in stores or showrooms. No energy is consumed, except for the energy used by the oven light.

To activate this function when the oven is off:

1 - Press and hold down .

2 - The oven will turn on and off, and a signal will sound.

2 - Hold down the and keys until the signal sounds once again (see Fig. 63).

3 - Press to turn the oven on. The first function (oven light) will appear on the display together with

“DEMO” at the top of the frame (see Fig. 64). The Demo function is now operating.

NOTE:

The “Demo” function deactivates automatically when the oven is shut off.

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7 - ERROR CODES

The VISION system performs internal diagnostic tests. When a fault is detected, an error code will appear on the display, as shown in Fig. 65.

The table below lists the various error codes:

ERROR CODE

F0

F1

F2

F3

F4

CAUSE OF ERROR

Internal error on the power board

Door cannot be locked

(self-cleaning ovens only)

Door cannot be unlocked

(self-cleaning ovens only)

Software error, malfunction on control unit (EEPROM)

F5

F8

F9

Sensor resistance out of range (sensor open or shorted) for more than 5 seconds

Temperature out of acceptable range

(> 350°C on normal ovens)

(> 530°C on self-cleaning ovens)

Communication interrupted between control unit and power board

Software incompatibility between control unit and power board

Here is how an error code appears on the display.

Example of an error code (F5):

Fig. 65

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8 - DIAGNOSTIC TESTS

The diagnostic programme (factory test) is a series of tests that are performed at the factory to check ovens for proper operation. This procedure can be used to troubleshoot malfunctions.

8.1 - ACTIVATION

To start the factory test on this version, turn on the appliance and follow the procedure shown below before making any settings (language, time):

When the Electrolux logo appears on the display at start-up (see Fig. 66), press and at the same time.

Fig. 66

Hold down the keys until the screen shown in Fig. 67 appears.

The factory test is now running.

Fig. 67

NOTE: If the above procedure is unsuccessful, unplug the appliance and repeat the operation.

8.2 - HEATING COMPONENTS

A test of the various heating components is the first diagnostic test that is run. The components are tested in a series of four steps:

Fig. 68

To move to the next step, press .

Fig. 69

The test sequence is as follows:

No. SYMBOL WORDING ON DISPLAY DESCRIPTION

1

T clfL Lamp

Top element+ cooling fan + oven lamp

2

B clfL Lamp

Bottom element+ cooling fan + oven lamp

3

Rf clfL Lamp

Circular element + convection fan + cooling fan + oven lamp

4

Gf clfL Lamp

Grill element +spit roast motor + cooling fan + oven lamp

IMPORTANT : Pressing again will repeat the test sequence.

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8.3 - CHECKING THE KEY AND THE OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR

The temperature sensor is tested by measuring the current temperature in the oven.

To start the sensor test, press . The temperature detected in the oven will appear on the display.

Fig. 70

8.4 - DISPLAYING THE SOFTWARE VERSION

To check the version of software installed:

Press .

Fig. 71

NOTE: The number on the last line shows the total hours of oven operation.

8.5 - DISPLAY TEST

The display test consists of a number of levels of brightness, which are activated by pressing

HIGH

LOW

MEDIUM SPLIT

FRAME

Fig. 72

8.6 - SETTING THE BRIGHTNESS

Press to bring up the brightness adjustment submenu.

Use and to check whether the display brightness can be adjusted correctly.

Fig. 73

:

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8.7 - TO END THE TEST

Press and the wording shown on the right will appear on the display.

Fig. 74

8.8 - CHECKING THE ON / OFF KEY AT THE END OF THE TEST

When “Factory test done” appears on the display, press ON / OFF to exit the test mode. The time will appear on the display, and the residual heat bar will also appear if oven temperature exceeded 40°C during the tests.

Fig. 75

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9 - FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM

Fig. 76

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9.1 - LEGEND FOR DIAGRAM

GROUND - EARTH

L1

LEFT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

LIGHT BAR

LIGHT BAR BOARD

M1

- OVEN LAMP

-

-

-

- COOLING FAN

NEUTRAL -

PHASE -

POWER BOARD - OVC2000 POWER BOARD

PT500 sensor - OVEN TEMPERATURE SENSOR

R2

R3

R4

RIGHT TOUCH SENSOR BOARD

- TOP ELEMENT

- BOTTOM ELEMENT

- GRILL ELEMENT

-

Th2

VISION DISPLAY BOARD

- POWER LIMITING THERMOSTAT

-

9.2 - FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF OVEN

The mains power for the system enters the power board, which generates low voltage for powering the control unit. The light bar is powered by the light bar board, which is controlled by the control unit.

The heating elements in the oven are protected by safety thermostat Th2, which cuts off the power if the oven overheats due to an electronics malfunction. The entire oven is protected by safety thermostat Th1.

When a cooking function is selected, the proper relays for the selected function are excited on the power board.

Also connected to the power board is temperature sensor PT500, whose resistance changes as oven temperature changes. When the electronic system detects that the resistance of sensor PT500 corresponds to the programmed temperature, the heating elements are shut off.

If oven temperature exceeds 120°C, relay REL13 starts cooling fan M1 to improve cooling in the areas on the oven housing (muffle) where the various electronic components are located.

At the end of the programmed cooking function, or when the appliance is shut off, the cooling fan will continue to operate until the temperature at the centre of the oven falls below 110°C.

If a malfunction occurs (such as a faulty relay or temperature sensor), the system recognises the malfunction

(by detecting the information sent by the temperature sensor) and cuts the power to the appliance by switching safety relay REL1.

The system also displays the error code for the malfunction (see the chapter entitled, “Error Codes”).

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