Dominator Plus Induction Range Installation Instructions

E3913i / E3914i
Induction Ranges
Caution: Read the instructions
before using this appliance.
INSTALLATION and
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION - READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING, COMMISSIONING OR USING
THIS APPLIANCE!
The installer must ensure that the installation of the appliance is in conformity with these instructions
and National Regulations in force at the time of installation. Particular attention MUST be paid to:
BS7671 IEE Wiring Regulations
Electricity at Work Regulations
Health And Safety At Work Act
Fire Precautions Act
This appliance has been CE-marked on the basis of compliance with the Low Voltage and
EMC Directives for the voltages stated on the data plate.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
On completion of the installation, these instructions should be left with the Engineer-in-Charge for
reference during servicing. Further to this, The Users Instructions should be handed over to the User,
having had a demonstration of the operation and cleaning of the appliance.
IT IS MOST IMPORTANT THAT THESE INSTRUCTIONS BE CONSULTED BEFORE INSTALLING AND COMMISSIONING
THIS APPLIANCE. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE SPECIFIED PROCEDURES MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE OR THE
NEED FOR A SERVICE CALL.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT
In order to obtain maximum performance from this unit we would recommend that a maintenance
contract be arranged with SERVICELINE. Visits may then be made at agreed intervals to carry out
adjustments and repairs. A quotation will be given upon request to the contact numbers below.
WEEE Directive Registration No. WEE/DC0059TT/PRO
At end of unit life, dispose of appliance and any replacement
parts in a safe manner, via a licenced waste handler.
Units are designed to be dismantled easily and recycling of all
material is encouraged whenever practicable.
Falcon Foodservice Equipment
HEAD OFFICE AND WORKS
Wallace View, Hillfoots Road, Stirling. FK9 5PY. Scotland.
SERVICELINE CONTACT
Phone: 01438 363 000
Fax: 01438 369 900
T100844 Ref. 5
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Warranty Policy Shortlist
Warranty does not cover :• Correcting faults caused by incorrect installation of a product.
• Where an engineer cannot gain access to a site or a product.
• Repeat commission visits.
• Replacement of any parts where damage has been caused by misuse.
• Engineer waiting time will be chargeable.
• Routine maintenance and cleaning.
• Gas conversions i.e. Natural to Propane gas.
• Descaling of water products and cleaning of water sensors where softeners/ conditioners are not fitted,
or are fitted and not maintained.
• Blocked drains
• Independent steam generation systems.
• Gas, water and electrical supply external to unit.
• Light bulbs
• Re-installing vacuum in kettle jackets.
• Replacement of grill burner ceramics when damage has been clearly caused by misuse.
• Where an engineer finds no fault with a product that has been reported faulty.
• Re-setting or adjustment of thermostats when unit is operating to specification.
• Cleaning and unblocking of fryer filter systems due to customer misuse.
• Lubrication and adjustment of door catches.
• Cleaning and Maintenance
• Cleaning of burner jets
• Poor combustion caused by lack of cleaning
• Lubrication of moving parts
• Lubrication of gas cocks
• Cleaning/adjustment of pilots
• Correction of gas pressure to appliance.
• Renewing of electric cable ends.
• Replacement of fuses
• Corrosion caused by use of chemical cleaners.
• Cleaning of all filters and airways
• Faults occurring as a result of airway obstruction.
• Use of the unit without filters.
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SECTION 1 - INSTALLATION
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, PARTS WHICH HAVE BEEN PROTECTED BY THE MANUFACTURER
ARE NOT TO BE ADJUSTED BY THE INSTALLER.
1.1
MODEL NUMBER, NETT WEIGHT and DIMENSIONS
Width
(mm)
Depth
(mm)
Height
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
E3913i Range
900
820
890
140
E3914i Range
900
820
890
140
Model
1.2 SITING
The appliance should be installed in a well-lit position on a firm, level, non-combustable floor. Where unit is to
be positioned in close proximity to a wall, partition, kitchen furniture, decorative finishes, etc., it is
recommended that these be constructed of a non-combustible material.
If this is not possible they should be clad in a suitable non-combustible, heat-insulating material. Close
attention should be paid to fire egulations.
1.3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
The unit is suitable for AC supplies only. Standard terminal arrangement is a 3 phase / Neutral 5 wire
connection (400V 3N~)
WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Neutral
Earth
BROWN
BLACK
GREY
BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN
1.4 SUPPLY CONNECTION
The unit must be installed using a mains input connecting cable of at least 6mm², type HO7RN-F, conforming
to code designation 60245 IEC 57.
A suitably rated isolating switch with contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles must be installed and
wiring executed in accordance with relevent regulations.
Access to terminal block is gained by removing an access panel close to cable entry gland on rear panel.
1.5 ELECTRICAL RATINGS
Electrical loading is as stated on appliance data plate.
E3913i Range
Line
Current
Cooking Zone
Oven
Total Rating
L1
29A
3.5kW (x4)
6kW
20kW
L2
29A
L3
29A
E3914i Range
Line
Current
Cooking Zone
Oven
Total Rating
L1
38A
5.0kW (x4)
6kW
26kW
L2
38A
L3
38A
After installation, the engineer should check satisfactory operation and demonstrate method of use to kitchen
staff.
Location of mains isolating switch should be identified for use in the event of an emergency or during cleaning.
This appliance is also provided with a terminal for connection of an external equipotential conductor.
This terminal is in effective electrical contact with all fixed exposed metal parts of the appliance, and shall
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allow the connection ofa conductor having a normal cross-sectional area of up to 10mm². it is located on
the rear panel and is identified by the following symbol and must only be used for bonding purposes.
SECTION 2 - ASSEMBLY and COMMISSIONING
NOTE: Users MUST be made aware that individuals fitted with a pacemaker should consult their doctor
if in close proximity to this unit. This induction unit emanates a 18 - 22Khz output that may effect
older types of pacemaker.
2.1 ASSEMBLY
a) Unpack and level appliance
b) Ensure fan intake filter is fitted and secured in position below RH front panel.
2.2 CONNECTION TO AN ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Connect as detailed in Sections 1.3 and 1.4.
2.3 STARTING UP
a) Switch all four cooking zones on to Position 10.
b) Ensure all four LEDs light and begin to flash.
c) Place suitable pan (filled with water) upon a zone. (Pan bases should be constructed of a ferrous
material and not less than Ø120mm)
d) Ensure zone LED stops flashing and remains lit.
e) Remove pan from zone. LED should begin to flash. This indicates the “pan detection” feature is working.
f) Repeat on all four cooking zones.
g) Leave pots to heat until water boils and switch controls to maintain simmer.
i) Switch control OFF.
j) Switch oven ON and ensure both fans are running.
k) Push oven light switch and hold. Ensure both lamps operate correctly.
2.4 INSTRUCTION TO USER
After installation and commissioning is completed, please hand these instructions to user and ensure that the
person(s) responsible understand the instructions regarding correct operation and cleaning of the appliance.
Particular emphasis should be given to:
● Regular cleaning of air filter
● Suitable pan type
● Keeping cooking zones free from all objects, particularly metal utensils, at all times.
The user must also be made aware of potential to heat jewellery and disrupt electronic equipment placed over the
magnetic field of the induction zones.
SECTION 3 SERVICING AND CONVERSION
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY MAINTENANCE, ISOLATE THE APPLIANCE AT THE MAINS ISOLATING SWITCH AND
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TAKE STEPS TO ENSURE THAT IT CANNOT BE INADVERTENTLY SWITCHED ON.
Tools required:
A. 7mm spanner or socket
B. 8mm spanner or socket
C. Adjustable spanner
D. Pozidriv screwdriver (#2)
E. 5mm flat blade screwdriver
3.1 CONTROL PANEL (Refer to Figure 1)
Remove louvred front panel by undoing two top fixings. Slide panel up and forward.
Remove control panel fixings from below top and lower facings.
Pull panel forward slightly from below.
3.2 MAINS ACCESS PANEL (AT REAR)
Ensure mains electricity is switched off.
Remove fixings that secure access panel to lower corner of rear panel. Replace in reverse order.
3.3 ACCESS PANEL TO GENERATOR, GENERATOR, MCB, RELAY’S and FUSE
Remove two fixings from top of louvered front panel. Gently slide panel up and ease forward.
Undo fixings securing lower front bracket and remove bracket
Release M8 bolt located right / centre of generator mount- ing panel.
Carefully slide panel forward to access generator, MCB, relays and fuse. Replace in reverse order.
Lamp Switch
Amber neon
Red neon
Cooking zone control
Figure 1
Oven control
LED indicator
3.4 LED INDICATORS
Remove control panel as detailed in Section 3.1.
Note: Indicators are polarity driven. Green cable (-) connects to spade terminal above LED body flat side.
(Refer to Figure 2)
Remove two wires connected to LED and also nut and washer. Replace in reverse order.
Flat
Figure 2
Green
Purple
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3.5 CONTROL SWITCH REPLACEMENT
Remove control knob and control panel as detailed in Section 3.1.
Remove associated LED as detailed in Section 3.4. Remove fixings that secure control to panel.
Remove louvered front panel as detailed in Section 3.3.
Identify wires relating to switch and LED from generator unit.
Disconnect associated plugs and remove wires. Replace switch and re-assemble in reverse order. Ensure wires are
routed and secured.
3.6 CERAN-GLASS HOB ASSEMBLY Warning
DO NOT USE THIS UNIT IF CERAN-GLASS IS CHIPPED, CRACKED OR BROKEN. THE TOP MUST BE REPLACED!
Remove louvred panel and control panel as detailed in Section 3.1.
Remove fixings that secure hob to front support rail. Remove fixings that secure hob to rear panel.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT TWO PERSONS CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING STEP.
Carefully lift and remove top frame/ceran-glass plate assembly and lay it upon a flat surface.
If replacing hob in the event of glass damage, ensure any glass debris is cleared away from induction coils and from
inside of unit.
Ensure that no coil spacers have been removed or disturbed when removing glass panel. If this occurs,
then these must be restored to their respective locations.
Replace in reverse order.
3.7 INDUCTION COIL ASSEMBLY
Remove control panel as detailed in Section 3.1.
Remove ceran-glass hob assembly as detailed in Section 3.6.
Release 4 fixings from sides of appropriate aluminium coil carrier plate as detailed in Figure 3.
Tilt coil carrier to access terminal blocks below coils.
Release short cables (red) that run from coil to terminal block.
Release 4 fixings from coil corners. Retain springs and screws (4 off each).
Carefully remove coil while easing red cables through rubber grommet.
Remove coil and replace in reverse order.
Warning
When replacing coils, ensure glass spacer pads on top surface are properly positioned.
Figure 3
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3.8 INDUCTION GENERATOR, RELAYS, MCB, FUSE
THERE ARE NO SERVICEABLE PARTS WITHIN THE GENERATOR BOX. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO GAIN
ENTRY TO GENERATOR AS THIS WILL INVALIDATE WARRANTY.
AFTER REPLACEMENT, THE FAULTY GENERATOR UNIT MUST BE RETURNED, COMPLETE AND INTACT, TO
FALCON FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT.
Remove louvred front panel to gain access to generator, refer to Section 3.3.
Relays, MCB and fuse are accessible at rear of slide assembly. To remove generator assembly:
Disconnect all wires from top of generator unit, noting their positions.
Disconnect 3 x mains input wires and 1 x earth wire from bottom left of generator unit.
CAUTION! THE GENERATOR UNIT IS HEAVY!
TWO PEOPLE MAY BE REQUIRED TO CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING STEP.
Carefully remove bolts from either side of generator cradle, working from bottom up.
Support weight of generator base when remaining fixings are removed.
Carefully slide generator out and remove from unit.
Install replacement generator assembly. Replace all parts in reverse order and ensure correct termination and
replacement of all connections.
Refer to wiring diagram in Section 5.
Test for pan detection,
heating control
and LED indication for each cooking zone.
The faulty generator must be returned to Falcon Foodservice Equipment for warranty analysis.
3.9 OVEN ELEMENTS and FANS
Elements/fans can be replaced from inside oven cavity.
a) Remove shelves and shelf supports.
b) Release fixings from each corner of element baffle plate. Remove baffle plate.
c) If replacing an element, remove fixings from element.
d) If replacing a fan, release and remove fan impellor, Note - centre nut is released counter-clockwise.
e) Remove fixings from element mounting plate and lower plate to oven base.
f) Remove wire connections from faulty part and fixings from faulty fan.
g) Replace in reverse order.
3.10 SAFETY LIMIT DEVICE.
Remove control panel as detailed in section 3.1
Remove louvered generator access panel by removing to fixings from top of panel then gently sliding panel upward
and ease forward.
Undo nut holding safety limit device and remove two wires.
Remove oven shelves.
Remove thermostat probe bracket from top rear of oven right hand side.
Remove phial from bracket,
Remove safety limit device.
Replace in reverse order.
3.11 OVEN BULBS
a) Remove oven shelves and left shelf support.
b) Release fixings from lamp surround.
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c) Remove lamp surround and glass.
d) Remove faulty lamp and replace in reverse order, ensuring that glass seal is in place.
3.12 OVEN CONTROL THERMOSTAT
a) Remove oven control knob and remove fixings.
b) Remove control panel fixings detailed in Section 3.1.
c) Remove oven shelves.
d) Release oven thermostat phial and capillary tube.
e) From behind control panel, pull capillary tube up through crown plate.
f)
Remove and retain vidaflex sleeving from faulty capillary tube.
g) Fit vidaflex sleeving on new capillary tube and replace in reverse of above.
SECTION 4 - SPARES
When ordering spare parts, always quote appliance type and serial number.
This information will be found on data badge, attached to rear panel.
Oven safety Thermostat
Fuse 2A Anti Surge
Lin switch
Control Knob Induction
Red Indicator
Fan Switch c/w T/stat
732910406
734243006
734250016
734060003
730962010
731050004
Contactors
MCBA 40A
Green Indicator
Control Knob Oven
Amber Indicator
Fan Relay Lower
735820008
734250009
734250017
535300004
730962040
734060000
SECTION 5 –
INDUCTION TROUBLESHOOTING
If a fault occurs during use, an error code will be displayed in a series of flashes.
These correspond to the numbers in the code column of table on Page 8.
The most common error display is 4 short flashes followed by a single long flash (temperature too high). The
likely cause of this is a distorted pan base. Check this and discard if utensil base is found to be uneven or not
flat.
For example, 6 short flashes followed by an extended flash would indicate error code 06 (Generator internal
temperature too high).
Codes are provided to diagnose possible faults and action required to remedy any such condition.
Note: Most faults can be rectified by simply switching unit off for 10 seconds. After this time, turn power back on at
mains supply.
Should fault continue to occur after such action, please refer to error code table on Page 8.
5.1 TESTING THE COIL OR COIL SENSOR
Remove
louvered
generator
access
panel. Refer to Section 3.3.
Identify appropriate wires, disconnect and test as follows: Use a multimeter on a resistance (Ω) setting.
A correct inductor coil reading will indicate 0Ω.
A correct temperature sensor reading will indicate approximately 985Ω
5.2 LOAD TEST
To check current in each phase of the induction circuit :Position a water-filled pan upon each cooking zone and set all cooking zones to Position 10.
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Use a clamp meter to measure the following data.
Note: If any current is out with these tolerances, the cause must be investigated and rectified.
5.2.1 E3913i Range - Induction Hob Only
Terminal
I Actual
I Max
L2
20.3A
21.4A
L3
20.3A
21.4A
Total
60.9A
64.2A
I Min
18.2A
18.2A
54.6A
5.2.3 E3913i - With Oven Switched On
Terminal
I Actual
I Max
L1
29A
30.45A
L2
29A
30.45A
L3
29A
30.45A
Total
87A
91.35A
I Min
26.1A
26.1A
26.1A
78.3A
5.2.3 E3914i Range - Induction Hob Only
Terminal
I Actual
I Max
L2
29A
30.45A
L3
29A
30.45A
Total
87A
91.35A
I Min
26.1A
26.1A
78.3A
5.2.4 E3914i - With Oven Switched On
Terminal
I Actual
I Max
L2
38A
39.9A
L3
38A
39.9A
Total
114A
119.7A
I Min
34.2A
34.2A
102.6A
INDUCTION SUPPLY PROTECTION
The induction generator is fitted with a miniature circuit breaker (MCB) as additional protection against over
current.
If generator fails to operate, carry out the following check:● Isolate power at main switch.
● Remove louvred front panel to gain access to generator, refer to Section 3.3.
● Slide generator assembly forward.
● Find MCB located behind generator.
● Ensure MCB has not tripped during use or whilst in transit during delivery.
● MCB should be at ‘ON’ Position.
● Switch appliance mains power ON at isolator.
● Ensure appliance powers up and does not trip MCB again.
● Front access panel MUST BE REPLACED.
Should MCB trip again, check integrity of wiring between MCB and generator.
If OK, generator may be faulty and requires to be returned to Falcon Foodservice Equipment.
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ERROR CODE TABLE
Code
Error
Action by user
Unsuitable pan material
Use suitable pan.
Wrong or defective coil
Test the coil *.
No inductor
current
Inductor connection failure
Reconnect induction coil wires to
generator. Test the coil * .
Heat sink
temperature
too high
Air routes blocked. Fan filter
clogged. Generator
temperature sensor defective
Clear air routes. Clean fan air
intake filter. Check fan rotation.
+If still faulty, replace generator.
01
Hardware
over coil
02
03
04
Cause
Pan empty. Distorted pan base.
Cooking zone
Try pan on another zone and if
temperature too
error occurs again, replace pan.
high or too low
Coil temperature sensor faulty
Remove pan, switch off, allow zone to
cool and try again. Test coil sensor *.
If faulty, replace coil assembly. Check
pan base integrity, replace if necessary.
05
Control
unit failure
Control / switch assembly is
faulty or wired incorrectly
Check wiring connections
on control and generator.
Replace control switch asssembly.
06
Internal
temperature
too high
Air routes blocked. Fan filter
clogged. Temperature sensor
faulty, external heat
sources too close
Clear air routes. Clean fan filter.
Remove any external heat source.
If all OK, replace generator.
07
Cooking zone
temperature
sensor
Short circuit at
temperature sensor
Test coil sensor * .
Replace coil assembly.
08
Mains phase
failure
Fault in mains supply
Test mains supply.
10
Communication
error
Failure in LIN or CAN-Bus
No connection between
keyboard and generator
Disconnect from mains.
Check generator connections.
Reconnect and test again.
11
Initialisation
error
Failure while
initialising hardware
Wait. Generator will reset every
30 seconds. Try disconnecting
and reconnecting to mains.
12
Mains current
failure
Failure while generator
measures mains current
Check mains connections.
13
Mains connection
error
Mains voltage too high
or too low
Test mains voltage.
14
Mains adaptor
error
Mains voltage too high
or too low
Test mains voltage.
15
Protective
electrical circuit
Pan empty,
faulty sensor
Remove pan, switch off and
allow cooking zone to cool.
Test coil sensor * . Replace coil.
Disconnect from mains and
reconnect after 2 minutes
* use a multimeter on a resistance (Ω) setting.
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SECTION 6 - E3913i / E3914i WIRING DIAGRAM
SECTION 6 - E3913i / E3914i CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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