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OVEN WITH WASH FACILITY
(INCLUDING CASSETTE LOADING VERSION)
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
FILE 115
Failure to adhere to the operation, cleaning and maintenance instructions detailed in this manual could affect the warranty of this oven.
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ATTENTION
IF OVEN FAILS TO HEAT UP, WHEN FIRST CONNECTED TO A
POWER SUPPLY OR DURING USE AT ANYTIME.
PRESS RESET BUTTON LOCATED THROUGH THE REAR BACK PANEL.
(DO NOT REMOVE BACK PANEL)
RESET BUTTON
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CONTENTS
PAGE
PART 1.0
PART 2.0
Introduction
Specifications
5
6
PART 3.0
PART 4.0
Safety
Installation
7
8
PART 5.0
PART 6.0
Isolation
Cleaning Instructions
9
10
(FOR WASH CYCLE SEE PAGE 27)
PART 7.0
Ideal Operating Conditions
11
PART 8.0
OPERATION - Loading the oven
Unloading the oven
Touch Screen Basic operation
Bake using “FAVOURITES” menu
Bake using “MANUAL” menu
Bake using “PROGRAMMES” menu
Bake using “MULTI-BAKE” menu
Using the WASH CYCLE
Creating a program
7-Day timer
Settings
---PASSWORDS--Maintenance
Steam System Maintenance
Light Bulb Replacement
SPARES INFORMATION
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
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15
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19
22
25
27
30
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8-2.0
8-3.0
8-4.0
8-5.0
8-6.0
8-7.0
8-8.0
PART 9.0
PART 10.0
PART 11.0
PART 12.0
PART 13.0
MONO EQUIPMENT Contact Information
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Do not use anything aluminium for the wash cycle.
The cleaners will damage the item and possibly clog up the wash system
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1.0 INTRODUCTION

A combination of clean industrial design and the latest technology,
the MONO BX wash oven is designed specifically to take the baking Industry’s
standard 40cm x 60cm trays with the option of a quick and easy “Tray Loading
Cassette system” which loads up to 14 trays in seconds.

The ovens are constructed using stainless steel which makes them easy to clean.

The variable fan, element and steam system give efficient air circulation to
produce a professional bake across a range of products and work together to
produce excellent conditions for the wash cycle.

The door is double glazed to increase the efficiency of the ovens well-insulated
baking chamber and contains LED lights to illuminate the interior.

To prevent contact with any cleaning fluids or water during the cleaning cycle, the
main door locks until all cleaning cycles are finished.

Ovens are supplied with LCD TOUCH displays for the user-friendly control panels.

So long as the Mono “Power Max Plus” cleaning cartridge is used, the ovens can be
connected to a normal domestic drain system without any problems with the
environment.

Full control and monitoring via an app for smartphones or handhelds is available.

The self-clean System provides 4 set programmes for hot flush, gentle, standard
and power wash cycles or a custom wash facility to suit specific needs.

The management programme provides diagnostics, fault-logging and even electrical
power usage and costing
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2.0 SPECIFICATIONS
10 tray
4 tray
stacked
HEIGHT
1240
640
2000
HEIGHT OF OVEN ON BASE
1360
WIDTH
1000
1000
860
860
DEPTH – DOOR OPEN
1620
1620
TRAY SIZE
600mm x 400mm
DEPTH – DOOR CLOSED
POWER (uk versions)
4/5 TRAY OVENS - 415 volts. 3 PHASE, + NEUTRAL + EARTH, 50HZ
11amps per phase, total power 7.5kW
(element = 7kW 240v stainless steel)
10 TRAY OVENS - 415 volts. 3 PHASE, + NEUTRAL + EARTH, 50HZ
21amps per phase, total power 15kW
(element = 7kW 240v stainless steel x2)
POWER (export versions)
4/5 TRAY OVENS - 400 volts. 3 PHASE, + NEUTRAL + EARTH, 50HZ
12amps per phase, total power 7.5kW
(element = 7kW 220v stainless steel)
WATER
¾” B.S.P. Flexible hose.
WATER PRESSURE 2 bar – 4 bar
Domestic pressure is usually within this parameter.
Water conditioning unit advised, especially in hard water areas.
DRAINAGE
The oven must be connected to a drain via a standpipe or be connected to a
drainage pipe that does not allow water flow-back into the machine.
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3.0
SAFETY
In the interest of safety and efficient operation of the oven, it is essential that this manual should be made
available to the operator before work is commenced.
The following points should be observed and followed at all times.
1.
The oven is designed for baking of bread, confectionery and savoury products
only. DO NOT use it for any other items without first consulting with MONO.
2.
All repairs and maintenance of electrical units must be carried out by authorised
electricians; even then, electrical access panels must not be opened unless the main
electrical supply to the oven is isolated.
3.
All connections to the oven must be made in accordance with the statuary requirements
of the country of installation.
4.
While the oven is in operation (and for some time after use), it is inadvisable to touch
the oven window or the surrounds because of conducted heat from inside.
5.
The oven must be operated as described in this manual.
6.
Only MONO spare parts should be used on this oven.
7.
The construction of the oven must not be changed.
8.
The owner of the oven is legally obliged to instruct staff of these safety points and of the
safe operation of the oven. These instructions should not be removed from the
working area.
9.
To prevent door glass damage DO NOT CLEAN OVEN GLASS WHEN HOT.
10.
Customers operating a BX oven must ensure that water quality is good or an efficient
water-softening device protects the water supply to the equipment.
11.
Oven gloves should be worn when moving products in or out of the oven.
12.
Care should be taken when handling cleaning cartridges.
Do not break open or use damaged cleaning cartridges.
Store cleaning cartridges in original packaging.
13.
If the oven is not going to be used for an extended period, switch off the electrical and
water supplies.
ATTENTION
DO NOT COVER THE DAMPER FLUE ON TOP OF THE OVEN
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4.0 INSTALLATION
1.
2.
3.
It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange adequate ventilation and it should be
sufficient to ensure water does not condense on or around the oven. A 50mm gap is
recommended at the sides and rear of this oven and 250mm above.
Chimneys and evacuation ducts fitted above mono ovens should be insulated to stop
condensate flowing back into the oven.
Water connection should be to a suitable clean water supply,
making sure that the pipes are flushed out to remove all
foreign bodies i.e. flux or solder.
Customers in hard water areas must ensure that an efficient
water treatment device protects the supply to the oven.
It is the customers’ responsibility to install and maintain an
adequate water supply to the oven, which should comply with
local water regulations.
OVEN WATER CONNECTION
In the UK a backflow prevention device must be fitted.
AT REAR
WASH WATER SYSTEM
SCHEMATIC
2. WATER IN
3. DRAINAGE
4.
5.
Drainage must be available. Push the end of the drain hose
OVEN DRAINAGE CONNECTION
on to the outlet tube and ensure it is on as far as it will go.
AT REAR
This must be connected to a drain via a standpipe or be
connected to a drainage pipe that does not allow a
flow-back into the machine.
In the interests of hygiene, we strongly recommend that before using the oven for the first
time the inside of the oven and all accessories are thoroughly cleaned with a cloth soaked in
warm soapy water. Although the utmost care is taken during assembly and pre-delivery
inspection, there is always a possibility of contaminating the first bake if this is not done.
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6.
Ensure that the locking castors on the base are locked into position.
7.
AMBIENT WORKING TEMPERATURES.
Ambient working temperatures for electric/electronic components such as solenoid
switches, circuit breakers, motors etc. should be no more than 40C (115 f)
Manufacturers of these and other electrical components advise that any ambient
temperature above 40C affects the functionality of the components and any related
guarantees become void.
For example, above this temperature motors are not satisfactorily cooled, contactor
efficiency is seriously impaired and electronic components shut down.
It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange for adequate ventilation.
Any component malfunctioning during the guarantee period that is found to have been
subject to excessive humidity or ambient working temperature above 40 C (115F) will
not be covered by the component manufacturers guarantee or the MONO product
warranty.
5.0
ISOLATION
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
To stop the oven in an emergency.
Switch off electricity supply at the wall isolator.
WATER SUPPLY
The water supply should be shut off at the nearest shut-off point
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6.0 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
DAILY

Sweep any debris (after it has been allowed to cool) onto removable oven trays and
remove for cleaning.

Brush down and wipe oven front, back and sides.

Wipe clean with a damp cloth that has been soaked in a solution of mild detergent
and hot water. Do not wash the control screen but wipe with a damp cloth only.
 Run the clean cycle if required. (Be aware that this takes some time to complete).
SEE PAGE 27
IMPORTANT:
TAKE CARE CLEANING WATER DOES NOT ENTER CONTROL PANEL
OR REAR ACCESS PANEL.
DOOR GLASS CLEANING
The inner door glass is hinged to enable cleaning of internal surfaces.
To open, remove the two screws shown in the picture below.
The internal surfaces of the door glass can then be wiped clean or if needed use a suitable
glass cleaner.
Ensure that the screws are replaced securely.
Remove these screws
to release inner glass
for cleaning
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9 7.0
IDEAL OPERATING CONDITIONS

Room should be allowed for the door to open and for the operation of the cassette loader if
being used. There should be enough room to allow for easy loading and unloading of
products so that people cannot come in contact with hot surfaces.

Racks should be available to allow trays of cooked products to cool safely.

Oven gloves should be available and used at all times.

It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange adequate ventilation and it should be
sufficient to ensure water does not condense on or around the oven. A 50mm gap is
required at the sides and rear of this oven and 250mm above.

Chimneys and evacuation ducts fitted above mono ovens should be insulated to stop
condensate flowing back into the oven.
AMBIENT WORKING TEMPERATURES.
Ambient working temperatures for electric/electronic components such as solenoid switches,
circuit breakers, motors etc should be no more than 40C (115 f)
Manufacturers of these and other electrical components advise that any ambient
temperature above 40C affects the functionality of the components and any related
guarantees become void.
For example, above this temperature motors are not satisfactorily cooled, contactor
efficiency is seriously impaired and electronic components shut down.
It is the customers’ sole responsibility to arrange for adequate ventilation.
Any component malfunctioning during the guarantee period that is found to have been
subject to excessive humidity or ambient working temperature above 40 C (115F) will not
be covered by the component manufacturers guarantee or MONO’s product warranty.
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8.0
OPERATION
LOADING THE OVEN IF CASSETTE SYSTEM IS FITTED
Slide full trays onto runners in the cassette holding rack at positions required.
TOP OVEN CASSETTE
4 TRAYS
LOWER OVEN CASSETTE
10 TRAYS
When the oven is up to temperature and ready to bake, open the door(s) and push loaded
rack up to oven using the central locator on the bottom front edge to give the correct
positioning.
OVEN
LOCATOR
RACK
Using the push-pull tool, push the cassette into the oven as far as it will go.
PUSH
CASSETTE
INTO THE
OVEN
TOOL LOCATING BAR
PUSH PULL\TOOL SHOWN ON
STORAGE HOOK ON SIDE OF
THE CASSETTE RACK
LOADED
OVEN
To stop heat escaping, pull the rack away from the oven and close
the oven door as soon as possible.
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UNLOADING THE OVEN
When the bake is over, stop the oven and open the door required, the rack can now be
placed back into position.
Hold the rack in place and using the push-pull tool provided hooked onto the bar on the
cassette; unload the oven by pulling the cassette out of the oven and back into the rack.
Remember the trays and rack will be hot.
PULL THE CASSETTE OUT OF THE OVEN
WITH THE TOOL SUPPLIED, HOOKED
ONTO THE BAR ON THE CASSETTE
Move the rack away from the oven and close the door to stop heat loss.
Using oven gloves transfer the hot trays to a cooling rack.
The cassette is then ready to be loaded with more products.
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TOUCH SCREEN OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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BASIC OPERATION
ALL OPERATIONS ARE ACTIVATED BY TOUCHING AREAS ON THE SCREEN.
DO NOT USE EXCESSIVE FORCE.
(THE PRESSURE REQUIRED TO OPERATE THE PANEL CAN BE ALTERED IN THE SETTINGS SECTION)
To open the door touch the lock icon on the screen and allow the door to unlock then pull the door open.
To close the door, just push shut and the door lock will take over and lock the door.
Do not restrict the unlocking by holding the door as this will cause the door lock to malfunction. If this happens and the lock icon has turned gold,
press it between one and three times until the problem is cleared.
TOUCH THE SCREEN
ON THE AREA YOU
REQUIRE TO
ACTIVATE
STANDBY
THE OVEN TURNS OFF.
TOUCH THE SCREEN TO GO BACK TO
THE OPTION SCREEN ABOVE.
ACTIVATES
DOOR LOCK.
USE THIS TO OPEN
THE DOOR
SLEEP
THE OVEN STAYS AT 100c AND HEATS TO
LAST PROGRAM TEMPERATURE WHEN THE
SCREEN IS TOUCHED.
OPTION SCREEN ABOVE THEN SHOWS.
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8 -1.0 BAKING USING “FAVOURITES”MENU
TOUCH TO OPEN
THE FAVOURITES
SELECT SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH THE
NAME OR NUMBER
OF THE PRODUCT
REQUIRED
2
SELECT SCREEN
TOUCH THE
“FULL LOAD” OR
“HALF LOAD” AS
REQUIRED
3
LOAD SCREEN
TO RETURN TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN
TOUCH THE “BACK”
BUTTON AT ANY TIME
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IF THE OVEN IS NOT UP TO
TEMPERATURE IT WILL SHOW THE
HEATING SCREEN.
WAIT FOR THE OVEN TO REACH
TEMPERATURE
IF THE OVEN IS TOO HOT FOR THE TEMPERATURE
CHOSEN, THE SCREEN WILL TELL YOU TO OPEN THE
DOOR TO AID COOLING.
HEATING SCREEN
READY SCREEN
WHEN OVEN IS AT THE CORRECT
TEMPERATURE THE “READY”
SCREEN WILL SHOW.
4
1. OPEN DOOR AND LOAD PRODUCT.
2. CLOSE THE DOOR FULLY.
3. TOUCH “START”
TIP
TO HELP TO KEEP THE OVEN HOT,
TRY NOT TO KEEP THE DOOR OPEN
MORE THAN NEEDED
BAKE IN PROGRESS SCREEN
BAKE PHASE
(WHEN USED)
ACTUAL OVEN
TEMPERATURE
THIS SCREEN WILL SHOW WHILE
THE PRODUCT IS BAKING
SET TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE PROFILE BAR
BAKE TIME PROGRESS BAR
NOTE
The actual temperature shown will rise and fall
above and below the set temperature as the
oven cools and reheats. This is not a fault
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BAKE OVER SCREEN
AT THE END OF THE BAKE TIME A
SOUNDER WILL BE HEARD AND
“BAKE OVER” WILL FLASH.
TOUCH “STOP” AND OPEN THE
DOOR TO REMOVE THE PRODUCT.
5
TO KEEP THE OVEN BAKING FOR
EXTRA MINUTES
THE “+ 2 MIN” BUTTON CAN BE
TOUCHED.
(THIS TIME CAN BE ALTERED IN
SET UP)
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON DURING A BAKE
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON
DURING A BAKE WILL SHOW THE
SETTINGS FOR THE BAKE IN PROGRESS.
TOUCH “BACK” TO GO BACK TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN.
VIEW SCREEN
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8 - 2.0 BAKING USING “MANUAL” MENU
PRESS TO OPEN
MANUAL BAKE
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
SET BAKE TIME AND TEMPERATURE
MANUAL BAKE SCREEN
SET BAKE TEMPERATURE
TOUCH TEMPERATURE ON THE SCREEN
TO ACTIVATE THE KEYBOARD SCREEN.
KEY IN REQUIRED TEMPERATURE AND
TOUCH “OK”
2
SET BAKE TIME
TOUCH TIME ON THE SCREEN TO
ACTIVATE THE KEYBOARD SCREEN.
KEY IN REQUIRED TIME AND
TOUCH “OK”
3
NOTE:
TIME DOES NOT HAVE TO BE SET IN MANUAL MODE. (ONLY TEMPERATURE).WHEN START
IS TOUCHED WITH NO TIME SET, THE TIME WILL COUNT UP INSTEAD OF DOWN.
TOUCH STOP TO FINISH THE BAKE.
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USEING STEAM AND DAMPER IF REQUIRED
STEAM
TOUCH AND HOLD FOR THE AMOUNT OF
TIME STEAM IS REQUIRED.
(THIS CAN BE USED BEFORE
OR DURING THE BAKE)
4
DAMPER
TOUCH TO OPEN THE DAMPER.
(SYMBOL GOES GREEN)
5
TOUCH TO CLOSE THE DAMPER.
(SYMBOL GOES RED)
MANUAL BAKE SCREEN 2
CANCEL
TOUCH AT ANYTIME TO GO
BACK TO THE SETTING
SCREEN.
START
TOUCH “START” TO START BAKE
TOUCH “STOP” WHEN END OF
BAKE BUZZER SOUNDS OR
WHEN REQUIRED IF NO TIME
WAS ENTERED
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SAVE “MANUAL” PROGRAM, IF REQUIRED
NOTE:
MANUAL PROGRAMS CAN ONLY BE SAVED IF NO TIME WAS ENTERED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE BAKE
MANUAL BAKE SCREEN 3
SAVE SETTINGS
IF NO TIME WAS ENTERED AT THE START OF THE BAKE
AND STOP IS TOUCHED, “SAVE” WILL APPEAR AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE SCREEN.
IF “SAVE” IS TOUCHED AN OPTION SCREEN WILL APPEAR.
7
ENTER PASSWORD
TOUCH “ADD TO FAVOURITES”
OR “SAVE AS”
USE KEYBOARD TO TYPE THE REQUIRED
NAME AND PRESS “SAVE”
NOTE: In manual mode, only one operation of the steam or damper is saved.
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8 - 3.0 BAKING USING “PROGRAMMES”
MENU
NOTE : THIS COVERS TWO VERSIONS OF FIRMWARE. THE OVEN CAN BE FACTORY SET TO SHOW EITHER
1. A PICTORIAL VERSION GIVING CHOICES OF PRODUCT CATERGORIES
2. A NUMERICAL VERSION THAT SHOWS RANGES OF PROGRAM NUMBERS.
TOUCH TO OPEN
“CATEGORY” or
“PROGRAM CHOICE”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH THE TYPE OF
PRODUCT OR
PROGRAM RANGE
CHOICE WANTED
AND “SELECT”
SCREEN
OPENS
CATEGORY SCREEN
PROGRAM CHOICE SCREEN
(PICTORIAL)
(NUMERICAL)
2
OR
MORE SCREENS
TOUCH THE
NAME OR NUMBER
OF THE PRODUCT
REQUIRED
3
OR
MORE PRODUCTS IF AVAILABLE
TOUCH THE
“FULL LOAD” OR
“HALF LOAD” AS
REQUIRED
4
TOUCH THE “BACK”
BUTTON AT ANY TIME
TO RETURN TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN
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LOAD SCREEN
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IF THE OVEN IS NOT UP TO
TEMPERATURE IT WILL SHOW THE
HEATING SCREEN.
WAIT FOR THE OVEN TO REACH
TEMPERATURE
IF THE OVEN IS TOO HOT FOR THE TEMPERATURE
CHOSEN, THE SCREEN WILL TELL YOU TO OPEN THE
DOOR TO AID COOLING.
HEATING SCREEN
READY SCREEN
WHEN THE OVEN IS AT THE
CORRECT TEMPERATURE, THE
“READY” SCREEN WILL SHOW.
5
1. OPEN DOOR AND LOAD PRODUCT.
2. CLOSE THE DOOR FULLY.
3. TOUCH “START”
TIP
TO HELP TO KEEP THE OVEN HOT,
TRY NOT TO KEEP THE DOOR OPEN
MORE THAN NEEDED
THIS INFORMATION SCREEN WILL
SHOW WHILE THE PRODUCT IS
BAKING
BAKE PHASE
(WHEN USED)
ACTUAL OVEN
TEMPERATURE
SET TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE PROFILE BAR
BAKE TIME PROGRESS BAR
NOTE
The actual temperature shown will rise and fall
above and below the set temperature as the
oven cools and reheats. This is not a fault
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BAKE OVER SCREEN
AT THE END OF THE BAKE TIME A
SOUNDER WILL BE HEARD AND
“BAKE OVER” WILL FLASH.
TOUCH “STOP” AND OPEN THE
DOOR TO REMOVE THE PRODUCT.
6
TO KEEP THE OVEN BAKING FOR EXTRA
MINUTES
THE “+ 2 MIN” BUTTON CAN BE TOUCHED.
(THIS TIME CAN BE ALTERED IN SET UP)
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON DURING BAKE
TOUCHING “VIEW” BUTTON
DURING BAKE WILL SHOW THE SETTINGS
FOR THE BAKE IN PROGRESS.
TOUCH “CANCEL” TO GO BACK TO THE
PREVIOUS SCREEN.
VIEW SCREEN
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8 - 4.0 BAKING USING “MULTI-BAKE” MENU
Multi-bake allows the setting of up to four bake timers so that up to four different products can be
baked in the same load. (Products must all use the same temperature).
TOUCH TO OPEN
“MULTI-BAKE”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TEMPERATURE
(FOR ALL TIMERS)
MINUTES
SECONDS
MULTI-BAKE SETUP SCREEN
INCREASE
DECREASE
OR USE
KEYS
ENTER AMOUNT
REQUIRED AND
TOUCH OK
Touch temperature and set by using up and down keys (or press the number pad
symbol and a keypad appears). Enter the value required and touch OK.
2
Set each timer as required. (You do not have to set all four)
Touch minutes and set by using up and down keys (or touch the number pad symbol
and a keypad appears). Enter the value required and touch OK.
Touch seconds and set by using up and down keys (or press the number pad symbol
and a keypad appears). Enter the value required and touch OK.
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MULTI-BAKE SETUP SCREEN SHOWING FOUR TIMERS SET
TOUCH THE START BUTTON WHEN REQUIRED AND THE TIMER WILL COUNT DOWN.
3
TOUCH TO STOP TIMER
MULTI-BAKE SETUP SCREEN WITH FOUR TIMERS RUNNING
AT THE END OF A SET TIME A
BUZZER SOUNDS.
TOUCH RED BAR TO STOP
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8 – 5.0 USING THE WASH CYCLE
THE WASH OPERATION
Do insert anything aluminium when using the wash cycle.
The cleaners will damage the item and possibly clog up the wash system
1. When the wash cycle is required, the oven cools to the wash cycle temperature (80 degrees) as part of the
chosen program – Opening the door for some time before a wash program is selected will speed up the wash time.
(The actual wash cycle will not start until this temperature is reached).
2. A “Power Max Plus” cleaning cartridge is screwed into the locator on the rack cassette.
“Power Max Plus”
Cleaning cartridge
Part No.A900-26-037
3. Water enters the chamber and gets heated by the element and slow moving fan up to the required temperature.
4. The cleaning solution now in the sump is pumped up through the spray nozzle and is spread around the chamber
by the action of the fan. The oven is then left to soak.
5. The scrubbing program then starts which is where the cleaning fluid is recycled through the spray nozzle and the
fan pulses giving a cleaning action. This can be set at light, medium or heavy.
6. After the scrub cycle, the oven drains and is left to soak again.
7. After a while the oven is flushed with clean water and rinsing agent and then heated to allow the interior to dry.
8. After a period of time a message will appear on the screen to say the oven is ready for use.
The cleaning cartridge should be removed before baking is started. (The oven will remind you to do this).
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TO OPERATE THE WASH CYCLE
Do not insert anything aluminium when using the wash cycle.
The cleaners will damage the item and possibly clog up the wash system
NOTE When the wash cycle is required, the oven cools to the wash cycle temperature (80 degrees) as part of the
chosen program – Opening the door for some time before a wash program is selected will speed up the wash time.
(The actual wash cycle will not start until this temperature is reached).
Ensure that the water supply is on and that the
door is closed properly
TOUCH TO OPEN
“SELF CLEAN”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH THE TYPE
OF WASH
REQUIRED
2
WASH CHOICES AVAILABLE
Hot Flush
Gentle Wash
Standard Wash
Power Wash
Custom Wash
= Fill, drain, dry (no detergent)
= Fill, 6 x wash, rinse, final rinse, dry.
= Fill, 10 x wash, rinse, final rinse, dry
= Fill, 14 x wash, rinse, final rinse, dry
= Settings adjustable to meet users requirements
TOUCH START AND
FOLLOW THE
INSTRUCTIONS ON
SCREEN FOR EACH
WASH TYPE
3
DURING THE WASH AN INFORMATION
SCREEN INFORMS OF WHAT IS
HAPPENING IN THE CLEAN CYCLE
m screen
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4. After the cooling part of the wash program, the oven will instruct the user to insert a “Power Max Plus”
cleaning cartridge. This must be screwed into the locator on the rack tray-cassette or at the rear of a
non-cassette oven.
This will not be required if the hot flush program is used.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Care should be taken when handling cleaning cartridges. Do not break open or use damaged cleaning cartridges.
Store cleaning cartridges in original packaging.
Mono “Power Max Plus” cleaning cartridge
Re-order number A900-30-030
Unscrew and remove the protection cap.
Do not try to puncture the wax plug.
Locator hole on the rackcassette
Locator hole at rear of
oven without cassette
system
Screw cartridge face
down into locator hole,
firmly.
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8 - 6.0
CREATING A PROGRAM
TOUCH TO OPEN
“CATEGORY”
SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH THE TYPE
OF PRODUCT
WANTED AND THE
“SELECT” SCREEN
OPENS
2
CATEGORY SCREEN
TOUCH THE DOWN ARROW
UNTIL A BLANK PROGRAM
IS REACHED.
TOUCH “I” BUTTON
NEXT TO THE BLANK
PROGRAM TO OPEN
NEXT SCREEN
3
4
SELECT SCREEN
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INFORMATION SCREEN
TOUCH OPTION TO GO TO
PASS CODE SCREEN
5
PASS CODE SCREEN
ENTER PASS CODE AND THEN TOUCH OK.
(DEFAULT CODE = 123456)
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EDIT PRODUCT
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH “EDIT PRODUCT”
7
LOAD TYPE
TOUCH “FULL LOAD” TO CHANGE TO “HALF LOAD”
SETTINGS IF REQUIRED.
PRESS AGAIN TO GO BACK TO “FULL LOAD”
VALUE CHANGE SCREEN
BAKE PHASE
(IF REQUIRED)
POWER
LEVEL
TOUCH EACH ITEM AND CHANGE THE VALUE BY USING THE UP AND DOWN
ARROWS OR USE THE KEY PAD.
8
WHEN SATISFIED WITH THE SETTINGS TOUCH “BACK” AND YOU WILL BE
ASKED IF YOU WANT TO SAVE THE EDITS.
TOUCH “SAVE” OR “EXIT” AND THE SCREEN WILL RETURN TO THE EDIT MENU.
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EDIT TRAY LAYOUT
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH “EDIT TRAY LAYOUT”
TOUCH TO ADJUST
NUMBER OF PRODUCTS
ACROSS THE TRAY
9
TOUCH TO ADJUST
NUMBER OF PRODUCTS
DOWN THE TRAY
DECREASE VALUE
INCREASE VALUE
TOUCH EACH ITEM AND CHANGE THE VALUE BY USING THE UP AND DOWN
ARROWS OR USE THE KEY PAD.
10
WHEN SATISFIED WITH THE SETTINGS TOUCH “BACK” AND YOU WILL BE
ASKED IF YOU WANT TO SAVE THE EDITS.
TOUCH “SAVE” OR “EXIT” AND THE SCREEN WILL RETURN TO THE EDIT MENU.
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EDIT PRODUCT TITLE
TOUCH “EDIT PRODUCT TITLE”
TYPE PRODUCT TITLE.
TOUCH “OK” AND TITLE WILL BE
SAVED
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ADD A PRODUCT TO THE FAVOURITES LIST
TOUCH THE TYPE OF
PRODUCT WANTED
AND THE “SELECT”
SCREEN OPENS
1
CATEGORY SCREEN
TOUCH THE “i”
(INFORMATION)
BUTTON NEXT TO THE
PRODUCT YOU WANT
AS A FAVOURITE.
THIS OPENS THE
OPTION SCREEN
2
TOUCH
“ADD TO FAVOURITES”
3
SELECT SCREEN
THE PRODUCT WILL
NOW SHOW ON THE
FAVOURITES LIST
OPTION SCREEN
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8 - 7.0
SETTING 7–DAY TIMER
TOUCH TO OPEN
“7-DAY TIMER”
SET UP SCREEN
1
OPTION SCREEN
ENTER TITLE
(Use keyboard)
2
TIMER SETUP SCREEN
CHOOSE DAY
3
SET “ON” TIME.
4
Touch hours and adjust then
touch minutes and adjust
SET “OFF” TIME
Touch hours and adjust then
touch minutes and adjust
TOUCH BACK TO GO
TO SAVE SCREEN
5
6
INCREASE VALUE
DECREASE VALUE
OR USE KEYBOARD
TOUCH “SAVE”
7
SAVE SCREEN
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8 - 8.0
SETTINGS
OPTION SCREEN
TOUCH TO OPEN
THE “SETTINGS”
SCREEN
PASS CODE SCREEN
ENTER THE PASSWORD THAT
CORRESPONDS WITH THE
SETTINGS REQUIRED
(SEE NEXT PAGE OR
AUTHORISED USER)
1
SETTINGS SCREEN
CHOOSE THE SETTING TO ALTER
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PASSWORDS
DEPENDING ON WHICH PASSWORD IS USED THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS CAN BE ACCESSED:

Settings menu
3142
General Settings – 2 pages
Diagnostics – 2 pages
123456
Edit product (Default, user configurable)

Advanced settings menu
777460
654321 High level – oven settings (3 screens) (Default, user configurable)
Net
HMI
System

Alarms menu
4321
Alarm - date, time and state logging

Testing options
753951
Screen capture
I O diagnostics overlay
Advanced diagnostics
Enable diagnostics mode logging
Demo mode

Device management menu
1793
Backup
Update
Restore

Customisation menu
5678
Wallpaper

Manufacturers options
561234
Reset to original settings

System event log
789630

Wash settings Editor
456852
4682 Abort wash
To stop unauthorised changes to the oven setup, it is
suggested that this page is removed from this manual
and kept in a safe place for future reference.
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9.0
MAINTENANCE

Check for frayed or bare cables.
The machine must not be used if frayed or bare cables are visible.

Follow cleaning instructions.
10.0 STEAM AND CLEANING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE

If it is noticed that the steaming or cleaning operation has deteriorated, perhaps due to
hard water scaling, please contact your oven supplier
12.0 STEAM
SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
11.0
BULB REPLACEMENT
In the event of a light failure, please contact Mono service department as there are no
customer replaceable parts
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12.0
SPARES
If a fault arises, please do not hesitate to contact the Customer Service Department,
quoting the machine serial number.
This can be found on the silver information plate of the machine and on the front cover of
this manual.
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER
email:spares@monoequip.com
Mono Spares TEL. +44(0)1792
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13.0 ELECTRICAL
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DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN WALES BY:
MONO EQUIPMENT
Queensway
Swansea West Industrial Estate
Swansea.
SA5 4EB UK
Web site: www.monoequip.com
Tel. +44(0)1792 561234
Fax. 01792 561016

OVEN DISPOSAL
CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN THE MACHINE COMES TO THE END OF ITS WORKING LIFE. ALL PARTS SHOULD BE
DISPOSED OF IN THE APPROPRIATE PLACE, EITHER BY RECYCLING OR OTHER MEANS OF DISPOSAL THAT
COMPLIES WITH LOCAL REGULATIONS.
(IN UK, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 1990 APPLIES)
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