service manual cooking - McCulloch Spares, Parts &amp

service manual cooking - McCulloch Spares, Parts &amp

SERVICE MANUAL

COOKING

© Electrolux

Muggenhofer Straße 135

D-90429 Nürnberg

Germany

Fax +49 (0)911 323 1022

Spares Operation

Edition: 01.02

Publ.-Nr.:

599 51 27 29

685

EN

Century 2

Electrolux

Index

Safety instructions .......................................................................................................................... 6

1.

1.1

3.

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

2.

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.3.1

2.3.1

2.3.2

2.3.3

2.3.4

2.3.5

2.3.6

2.3.7

2.3.8

2.3.9

2.3.10

2.3.11

2.3.12

2.4

General features .......................................................................................................... 7

Electrolux Denomination System - built in ovens ........................................................ 7

Appliance data .............................................................................................................. 7

Measurements built-in ovens ....................................................................................... 7

Measurements built-under ovens ................................................................................ 8

Heating functions ......................................................................................................... 8

Hot air ........................................................................................................................... 8

Hot air circulated .......................................................................................................... 8

Pizza setting ................................................................................................................ 9

Turbo grill ..................................................................................................................... 9

Infraroasting ................................................................................................................. 9

Infrared grill ................................................................................................................... 9

Large grill .................................................................................................................... 10

Top/Bottom heat ........................................................................................................ 10

Top heat ..................................................................................................................... 10

Bottom heat ................................................................................................................ 10

Keep warm ................................................................................................................. 11

Defrost ....................................................................................................................... 11

Automatic booster function ........................................................................................ 11

Power and Small loads .............................................................................................. 12

Controls ...................................................................................................................... 20

3D full glass ............................................................................................................... 20

2D full glass ............................................................................................................... 20

Metal panel / hot pillar-optic ........................................................................................ 21

Nostalgie .................................................................................................................... 21

4.

4.1

4.1.1

4.1.2

4.1.3

4.1.4

4.1.5

4.1.6

4.1.6.1

4.1.6.2

4.1.6.3

4.1.7

4.1.7.1

4.1.8

4.1.8.1

4.1.9

4.1.9.1

4.1.9.2

4.2

4.3

4.4

4.5

4.6

4.7

4.8

4.9

Component data ........................................................................................................ 22

Oven controls ............................................................................................................. 22

Mechanical minute minder ......................................................................................... 22

Meat probe display and minute minder ...................................................................... 22

Set timer ..................................................................................................................... 22

Full automatic timer (6 push and meat probe) .......................................................... 23

Analogue timer Nostalgie ........................................................................................... 23

Electronic oven controls, Prisma Standard (Italy) ..................................................... 24

Figures and functions ................................................................................................ 24

Structure of electronic unit ......................................................................................... 24

Exploded view of electronic unit ................................................................................. 25

Prisma high 5-push variant built-in ovens .................................................................. 26

Figures and functions ................................................................................................ 26

Prisma high 7-push variant built-under ovens ........................................................... 27

Figures and functions ................................................................................................ 27

Prisma high (Example 7-push variant built-under ovens) ......................................... 28

Structure of electronic unit ......................................................................................... 28

Exploded view of electronic unit ................................................................................. 28

Power board Prisma Standard and Prisma High ...................................................... 29

Powerboard Prisma Basic ......................................................................................... 29

Temperature sensor (appliances with Powerboard) ................................................. 30

Power controller ......................................................................................................... 31

Thermostat ................................................................................................................. 32

Temperature and function controllers (appliances with Prisma Basic Powerboard) 33

Temperature and function controllers (appliances with oven control

Prisma Standard and Prisma High Shuttles) ............................................................ 33

Automatic door lock and microswitch........................................................................ 34

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5.2.7.1

5.2.7.2

5.2.8

5.2.8.1

5.2.8.2

5.2.8.3

5.2.8.4

5.2.8.5

5.2.9

5.2.9.1

5.2.9.2

5.2.9.3

5.2.9.4

5.2

5.2.1

5.2.2

5.2.3

5.2.4

5.2.5

5.2.6

5.2.6.1

5.2.7

5.3

5.3.1

5.3.2

5.3.3

5.3.4

5.3.4.1

5.3.4.2

5.3.4.3

5.3.4.4

5.3.4.5

5.4

5.4.1

5.4.2

5.4.3

5.4.4

5.4.4.1

5.4.4.2

5.4.4.3

5.4.4.4

5.4.4.5

4.10

5.

5.1

5.1.1

5.1.2

5.1.3

5.1.3.1

5.1.3.2

Mechanic door lock .................................................................................................... 36

Operation of the setting and operating units .............................................................. 37

Meatprobe display and minute minder ....................................................................... 37

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 37

Switch on and off oven ............................................................................................... 37

Additional functions .................................................................................................... 38

Short time................................................................................................................... 38

Meat probe ................................................................................................................. 39

Prisma High for built-under ovens ............................................................................. 41

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 41

Set time of day ........................................................................................................... 41

Set language .............................................................................................................. 42

Set brightness of display ............................................................................................ 43

The electronic oven control ........................................................................................ 44

Oven functions ........................................................................................................... 44

Activate oven functions .............................................................................................. 44

Additional functions .................................................................................................... 45

Recipes ...................................................................................................................... 45

Meat probe ................................................................................................................. 46

Timer functions .......................................................................................................... 47

Duration ...................................................................................................................... 48

Short time................................................................................................................... 49

End (10) ..................................................................................................................... 50

Duration (8) and end (10) in combination .................................................................. 51

Change time of day .................................................................................................... 52

Additional functions .................................................................................................... 53

Deactivate time indication .......................................................................................... 53

Activate time indication .............................................................................................. 53

Child lock of oven ....................................................................................................... 53

Button lock ................................................................................................................. 54

Set timer ..................................................................................................................... 55

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 55

Set time of day ........................................................................................................... 55

Switch on and off oven ............................................................................................... 56

Timer functions .......................................................................................................... 57

Duration ...................................................................................................................... 58

End ............................................................................................................................. 59

Short time................................................................................................................... 60

Duration and end in combination ............................................................................... 61

Change time of day .................................................................................................... 62

Full electronic clock (6 push and meat probe) .......................................................... 63

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 63

Set time of day ........................................................................................................... 63

Switch on and off oven ............................................................................................... 64

Timer functions .......................................................................................................... 65

Short time................................................................................................................... 66

Duration ...................................................................................................................... 67

Duration and end in combination ............................................................................... 68

Change time of day .................................................................................................... 69

Meat probe ................................................................................................................. 70

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5.5

5.5.1

5.5.2

5.5.3

5.5.4

5.5.5

5.5.5.1

5.5.5.3

5.6

5.6.1

5.6.2

5.6.3

5.6.4

5.6.4.1

5.6.4.2

5.6.4.3

5.6.4.4

5.6.4.5

5.6.5

5.6.5.1

5.6.5.2

5.6.5.3

5.8

5.8.1

5.8.2

6.

6.1

6.2

6.2.1

6.3

6.3.1

6.4

6.4.1

6.4.2

6.5

5.7

5.7.1

5.7.2

5.7.3

5.7.4

5.7.5

5.7.6

5.7.7

5.7.7.1

5.7.7.2

5.7.8

5.7.8.1

5.7.8.2

5.7.8.3

5.7.8.4

5.7.8.5

5.7.9.1

5.7.9.4

Analogue timer ........................................................................................................... 71

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 71

Set time of day ........................................................................................................... 71

Set manual operation ................................................................................................. 71

Switch on and off oven ............................................................................................... 72

Timer functions .......................................................................................................... 73

Minute-minder ............................................................................................................ 74

Change time of day .................................................................................................... 75

Prisma Standard ........................................................................................................ 76

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 76

Set time of day ........................................................................................................... 76

Switch on and off oven ............................................................................................... 77

Timer functions .......................................................................................................... 78

Short time................................................................................................................... 79

Cook time ................................................................................................................... 80

End ............................................................................................................................. 81

Cook time and end in combination ............................................................................ 82

Change time of day .................................................................................................... 83

Further functions ........................................................................................................ 84

Switch off time indication ........................................................................................... 84

Activate time indication .............................................................................................. 84

Child lock.................................................................................................................... 84

Prisma High for built-in ovens .................................................................................... 85

Control panel .............................................................................................................. 85

Set time of day ........................................................................................................... 85

Set language .............................................................................................................. 86

Set brightness of display ............................................................................................ 87

The electronic oven control ........................................................................................ 88

Switch on and off oven ............................................................................................... 89

Further functions ........................................................................................................ 90

Recipes ...................................................................................................................... 90

Meat probe ................................................................................................................. 91

Timer functions .......................................................................................................... 92

Short time................................................................................................................... 93

Cook time ................................................................................................................... 94

End ............................................................................................................................. 95

Cook time and end in combination ............................................................................ 96

Change time of day .................................................................................................... 97

Deactivate time indication .......................................................................................... 98

Button lock ................................................................................................................. 99

Operation of hot plates ............................................................................................. 100

Set cooking level ...................................................................................................... 101

Connect double-tuned/roast cooking zone .............................................................. 101

Technical equipment ................................................................................................ 102

Fan running on function ........................................................................................... 102

Pyrolytic system ....................................................................................................... 103

Heating curves ......................................................................................................... 103

Measure against wrong electrical connection ......................................................... 104

Versions of connection ............................................................................................ 105

Thermal link .............................................................................................................. 106

Thermal link (figure: appliance without pyrolytic system) ........................................ 106

Thermal link (figure appliance with pyrolytic system) .............................................. 106

Automatic switch-off oven ........................................................................................ 107

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9.

9.1

9.2

9.2.1

9.2.2

9.2.3

9.2.4

9.2.5

9.3

9.4

9.5

9.6

9.7

7.

7.1

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.4.1

7.5

7.5.1

7.5.2

7.6

7.6.1

7.6.2

8.

Fault diagnosis/What to do if …? ............................................................................. 108

Fault code for Prisma electronics ............................................................................ 108

Fault codes .............................................................................................................. 108

Measuring the temperature sensor .......................................................................... 110

Prisma standard (Italy) ............................................................................................. 111

Demo mode ............................................................................................................. 111

Prisma high .............................................................................................................. 111

Demo mode built-under ........................................................................................... 111

Demo mode built-in .................................................................................................. 112

Door lock test ........................................................................................................... 112

Prisma Basic ........................................................................................................... 112

Prisma Standard and Prisma High .......................................................................... 113

Wiring diagrams ....................................................................................................... 114

Service tips .............................................................................................................. 118

Unhinging and dismantling the baking oven door .................................................... 118

Dismounting timer, electronics, control and display elements ................................ 120

Dismounting mechanical minute minder ................................................................. 123

Dismounting meat probe display/minute minder and full automatic timer

(6 push buttons) ....................................................................................................... 124

Dismounting set timer .............................................................................................. 125

Dismounting analogue timer Nostalgie .................................................................... 126

Dismounting oven electronics Prisma Standard and Prisma High ......................... 127

Dismounting oven electronic Prisma Basic ............................................................ 128

Dismounting temperature sensor ............................................................................ 128

Dismounting door lock ............................................................................................. 129

Dismounting hot air motor ....................................................................................... 130

Dismounting mechanical door lock ......................................................................... 131

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Safety instructions

Attention: In case of any interventions with this appliance pay attention to the safety specifications according to DIN/VDE 0701 (related to repairs) resp. VDE 0700/ICE 65 (related to appliances)!

Components according to IEC resp. VDE guidelines! In case of an exchange use only parts with the same specifications.

In case of controls which are provided with MOS modules, use only parts with the same specifications.

Pay attention to the MOS instructions when handling MOS components!

Mechanical repairs resp. inspections of mechanical components may only be made in a voltage-free condition.

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1.

General features

1.1

Electrolux Denomination System - built in ovens

Letters

1st letter E = Electrolux

2nd letter O = ( built-in/built-under) oven

3rd letter B = built-in

C = pyro, built-in

N = built-under

O = pyro, built-under

heating modes

1.digit

2

3

4

0

1

5

6

7

8

9

free

top/bottom-metalpanel top/bottom/grill-metalpanel circulated air - metalpanel circulated air - glasspanel hot air/MF - metalpanel hot air/MF- glasspanel factory

2.digit

2

3

4

0

1

5

6

7

8

9

Rothenburg

timer

3.digit

2

3

4

0

1

6

8

9 standard equipment

mech. minute minder meatprobe display + MM

SET timer full elt.clock (6push+Mprobe) equipment / changes

4.digit

0

standard equipment

3 turnspit analogue clock

Prisma std.

Prisma high (+Rotary)

6 3D

2.

2.1

Appliance data

Measurements built-in ovens

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2.2

Measurements built-under ovens

2.3

Heating functions

2.3.1

Hot air

-

ring heating element with 2400 W fan

2.3.1

Hot air circulated

-

-

top element 1000 W bottom element 1000 W fan

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2.3.2

Pizza setting

-

-

ring heating element 2400 W bottom element 1000 W fan

2.3.3

Turbo grill

-

grill element 1900 W fan

2.3.4

Infraroasting

-

-

grill element 1900 W top heat 1000 W fan

2.3.5

Infrared grill

grill element 1900 W

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2.3.6

Large grill

-

grill element 1900 W top element 1000 W

2.3.7

Top/Bottom heat

-

top element 1000 W bottom element 1000 W

2.3.8

Top heat

top element 1000 W

2.3.9

Bottom heat

bottom element 1000 W

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2.3.10

Keep warm

-

-

top element 1000 W bottom element 1000 W

80 °C in order to keep food warm

2.3.11

Defrost

even defrosting in short time with fan only but not heat

2.3.12

Automatic booster function

for Prisma standard

integrated booster function with Top/Bottom

and Infraroasting quickest heating up for Prisma high

integrated booster function with Top/

-

Bottom, Turbo and Pizza quickest heating up

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2.4

Power and Small loads

Oven with 3 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux static cam switch with 7 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top element element bottom element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1 oven lamp

2 top/bottom

B

E

-

-

1000

-

-

X

1000

-

-

X

3 top

4 bottom

5 grill 1/turn

6 grill 2/turn

J

K

U

M

X

X

-

X

-

-

X -

-

-

X small loads (Watt) cooling fan oven lamp turn spit

20

-

-

X

40

-

X

X -

-

5

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

power

Watt

40

2060

1060

1060

1965

2965 current

Ampere

0,2

9,0

4,6

4,6

8,5

12,9 function positions

A

B

E

J

K

U

M

Oven with 3 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux static cam switch with 7 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top element element bottom element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1 oven lamp

2 top/bottom

B

E

-

-

3 top

4 bottom

5 grill 1

6 grill 2

J

K

I

H

-

-

X

X

1000

-

-

X

X

-

-

X

-

X

-

-

1000

-

-

X small loads (Watt) cooling fan oven lamp

X

X

X

X

20

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

40

-

X

X power

Watt

40

2060

1060

1060

1960

2960 current

Ampere

0,2

9,0

4,6

4,6

8,5

12,9 function positions

E

J

A

B

I

K

H

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Oven with 3 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux circulated cam switch with 10 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top bottom element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900 1000 1000

0 off

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

3 turbo

4 grill 1

5 grill 2

6 grill 2/turn

7 top

8 bottom

9 top/bottom

A

B

C

F

H

M

J

I

K

E

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

-

X

-

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

function positions

A

F small loads (Watt) cooking cooling oven fan

40 fan

20 lamp

40

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

M

B

I J

C

H

K

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

turn spit

5

-

power

Watt

40

2100

2000

1960

2960

2965

1060

1060

2060

E current

Ampere

0,2

9,1

8,7

8,5

12,9

12,9

4,6

4,6

9,0

Oven with 3 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux circulated cam switch with 9 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top bottom element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1000

-

1000

-

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

3 turbo

4 grill 1

5 grill 2

6 top

7 bottom

8 top/bottom

B

C

F

I

H

J

K

E

-

-

X

X

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

X

X function positions

A

F

B

I

C

H small loads (Watt) cooking cooling oven fan fan lamp

40

-

20

-

40

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

J

K

E power

Watt

40

2100

2000

1960

2960

1060

1060

2060 current

Ampere

0,2

9,1

8,7

8,5

12,9

4,6

4,6

9,0

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Oven with 3 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand Electrolux UK oven class design hot air (hot air 7.1) cam switch with 5 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top element element rear element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1 oven lamp B -

1000

-

-

2400

-

-

2 hot air

3 defrost

4 grill 2

D

S

H

-

-

X

-

-

X

X

-

small loads (Watt) cooking cooling fan fan oven lamp

40

-

-

20

-

-

40

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X power

Watt

40

2500

100

2960 function positions

A

S

B

H

Oven with 3 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand Electrolux UK oven class design hot air (hot air 8.1) cam switch with 6 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top element element rear element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1 oven lamp B -

1000

-

-

2400

-

-

2 hot air

3 defrost

4 grill 2

5 turbo

D

S

H

F

X

X

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

X

small loads (Watt) cooking cooling fan fan oven lamp

40

-

-

20

-

-

40

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X power

Watt

40

2500

100

2960

3000 function positions

D

A

S

B

H current

Ampere

0,2

10,9

0,4

12,9 current

Ampere

0,2

10,9

0,4

12,9

13,0

D

F

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class

Electrolux UK hot air (hot air 9.1) design cam switch with 9 positions heating elements (Watt) grill top bottom rear element element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

B

D

-

-

3 turbo

4 grill 1

5 grill 2

6 top/bottom

7 bottom

8 defrost

F

I

H

E

K

S

-

-

X

X

X

-

1000

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

2400

-

-

X

-

small loads (Watt) cooking cooling fan fan oven lamp

-

-

X

-

40

-

-

X

-

X

20

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

40

-

X

X

X

X power

Watt

40

2500

2000

1960

2960

2060

1060

100 function positions

A

F E

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B

D

I

H

- 14 -

K

S current

Ampere

0,2

10,9

8,7

8,5

12,9

9,0

4,6

0,4

599 51 27 29 EN

Only for Italy and Turkey

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux

Basic, hot air cam switch with 10 positions grill heating elements (Watt) top bottom rear element element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off

1 oven lamp

A

B

-

-

1000

-

-

1000

-

-

2400

-

-

2 solo hot air

3 multi hot air

4 top/bottom

5 bottom

6 defrost

7 grill 1

8 grill 2

9 infraroasting

C

D

E

K

S

I

H

G

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

-

X

-

-

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

-

small loads (Watt) cooking cooling oven fan

40 fan

20 lamp

40

X

X

-

-

-

-

X

-

-

X

-

-

X

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X power

Watt current

Ampere

40

2100

2500

2060

1060

80

1960

2960

3000 attention: a) at oven function G (pos. 5) heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately function positions

A

D

S G

B

C

E

K

I

H

0,2

9,1

10,9

9,0

4,6

0,3

8,5

12,9

13,0

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux (Italy)

Hot air 9.1

cam switch with 9 positions grill heating elements (Watt) top bottom rear element element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900 1000 1000 2400

0 off

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

A

B

D

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

3 turbo

4 grill 1

5 grill 2

6 top/bottom

7 bottom

8 defrost

F

U

M

E

K

S

-

-

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

cooking fan

40

-

-

X

-

-

X

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X small loads (Watt) cooling oven lamp oven lamp power fan

20 back wall

40 side wall

20

Watt

-

-

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

60

2520

2020

1980

2980

2080

1080

105 current

Ampere

0,3

11,0

8,8

8,6

13,0

9,0

4,7

0,5 function positions

A

B

D

F

U

M

E

K

S

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 15 599 51 27 29 EN

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by function selector and thermostat

brand oven class design

Electrolux hotair cam switch with 10 positions pos. oven function symbol 1900

0 off A -

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

3 pizza

4 turbo

5 grill 1

6 grill 2

B

D

L

F

U

M

-

-

-

X

X

X

7 top

8 bottom

9 top/bottom

J

K

E heating elements (Watt) grill top bottom rear element element element element

-

-

-

1000

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

1000

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

2400

-

-

X

X

-

-

cooking fan

40

-

-

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

small loads (Watt) cooling oven lamp oven lamp power fan back wall side wall Watt

20

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

40

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

20

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

60

2520

3520

2020

1980

2980

1080

1080

2080 current

Ampere

0,3

11,0

15,3

8,8

8,6

13,0

4,7

4,7

9,0 function positions

A

B

D

L

F

U

M

J

K

E

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by electronic Prisma Basic (Italy)

brand oven class design

Electrolux

Basic, pyrolytic hot air rotary with 11 positions grill heating elements (Watt) top bottom rear element element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900 1000 1000 2400

0 off A -

1 oven lamp

2 solo hot air

3 multi hot air

4 top/bottom

5 infraroasting

6 grill 2

7 grill 1

8 bottom

9 defrost

10 pyrolytic

B

C

D

E

G

H

I

K

S

P

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

-

-

X

-

X

-

X

X

X

-

-

-

X

-

X

-

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

-

cooking fan

40

-

X

-

-

-

X

X

-

-

X

X small loads (Watt) cooling oven fan

25

lamp

40

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

door-lock system

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X power

Watt

40

2105

2505

2065

3005

2965

1965

1065

105

2970 current

Ampere

0,2

9,2

10,9

9,0

13,1

12,9

8,5

4,6

0,5

12,9 attention: a) at oven function G (pos. 5) heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately b) at oven function pyrolytic cleaning (pos. 10) heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately function positions

A

D

H

S

B

E I

P

C

G K

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 16 599 51 27 29 EN

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by electronic Prisma Basic

brand oven class design

Electrolux

Basic, pyrolytic hot air rotary with 11 positions grill heating elements (Watt) top bottom rear element element element element pos. oven function symbol 1900 1000 1000 2400

0 off

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

A

B

D

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

3 top/bottom

4 pizza

5 turbo

6 grill 1

7 grill 2

8 top

9 bottom

10 pyrolytic

I

H

J

K

E

L

F

P

-

-

X

X

-

-

X

X

-

X

X

-

X

-

-

50%

-

X

-

-

X

X

-

50%

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

cooking fan

40

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X small loads (Watt) cooling oven fan

25 lamp

40

-

-

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

door-lock system

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X power

Watt

40

2505

2065

3505

2005

1965

2965

1065

1065

2970 current

Ampere

0,2

10,9

9,0

15,2

8,7

8,5

12,9

4,6

4,6

12,9 attention: a) at oven function pyrolytic cleaning (pos. 10) heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately function positions

A

B

D

E

L

F

I

H

J

K

P

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by electronic Prisma Standard

brand oven class design

Electrolux

Standard, non pyrolytic, hot air

1 rotary, 1 shuttle, 2 push buttons pos. oven function symbol set temp.

0 off A -

1 oven lamp

2 hot air

B

D

-

180°C

3 top/bottom

4 infraroasting

5 grill 1

6 grill 2

7 top

8 bottom

Automatic booster

E

G

J

I

H

K

200°C

180°C

250°C

250°C

120°C

120°C

-

X

X

X

-

-

X grill element

1900

-

-

heating elements (Watt) top element bottom element

1000

-

-

-

1000

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

rear element

2400

-

-

X cooking fan

40

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X small loads (Watt) cooling oven lamp oven lamp power fan back wall side wall Watt

20

-

-

X

40

-

X

X

20

-

X

X

60

2520

2080

3020

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

1980

2980

1080

1080

3020 current

Ampere

0,3

11,0

9,0

13,1

8,6

13,0

4,7

4,7

13,1 attention: a) automatic booster active at E and G b) at oven function G (pos. 4) heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately function positions

A

B

D

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

E

G

I

- 17 -

H

J

K

599 51 27 29 EN

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by electronic Prisma High

brand oven class design

Electrolux

High, non pyrolytic

2 shuttles with 5 push buttons, 7 push buttons pos. oven function symbol set temp.

0 off A -

1 hot air D 180°C

2 top/bottom

3 pizza

E

L

200°C

200°C

4

5

6 turbo grill 1 grill 2

7 top

8 bottom

9 keep warm

10 defrost pos. program

F

I

H

J

K

R

S symbol

180°C

250°C

250°C

120°C

120°C

80°C

30°C

0 off

1 Sponge Cake

2 White Bread

3 Fish Fillet

4 Pizza

5 Potatoe Gr.

6 Quiche Lor.

7 Lasagna

8 Chicken

9 Leg of Lamb

10 Joint of Porc

Automatic booster

-

160°C

200°C

225°C

220°C

180°C

190°C

200°C

160°C

180°C

160°C grill heating elements (Watt) top bottom rear element element element element

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

1900

-

-

-

-

1000

-

-

X

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

-

1000

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2400

-

X

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

-

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

-

X

X

X

-

X small loads (Watt) cooking cooling oven lamp oven lamp power fan fan back wall side wall Watt

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

40

-

X

-

X

20

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

40

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

25

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2525

2085

3525

2025

1985

2985

1085

1085

2085

125

X

X

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2525

2525

2085

3525

2525

3525

2085

2525

2525

2525

3025 current

Ampere

11,0

9,1

15,3

8,8

8,6

13,0

4,7

4,7

9,1

0,5

11,0

11,0

9,1

15,3

11,0

15,3

9,1

11,0

11,0

11,0

13,2 attention: a) meat probe possible at oven functions D, E, L, F, I, and H b) automatic booster active at E, L and F function positions

A

D

E

I

L

F

H

J

K

R

S

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 18 599 51 27 29 EN

Oven with 4 heating elements controlled by electronic Prisma High

brand oven class design

Electrolux

High, pyrolytic

2 shuttles with 5 push buttons pos. oven function symbol set temp.

0 off A -

1 hot air

2 top/bottom

3 pizza

D

E

L

180°C

200°C

200°C

4

5

6

7 turbo grill 1 grill 2 top

8 bottom

9 keep warm

10 defrost

11 pyrolyse 2 pos. program

0 off

F

I

H

J

K

R

S

Q symbol

180°C

250°C

250°C

120°C

120°C

80°C

30°C

3 diff. durations

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sponge Cake

White Bread

Fish Fillet

Pizza

Potatoe Gr.

Quiche Lor.

7 Lasagna

8 Chicken

9 Leg of Lamb

10 Joint of Porc

Automatic booster

-

160°C

200°C

225°C

220°C

180°C

190°C

200°C

160°C

180°C

160°C grill element

-

X

-

-

X

X

X

-

1900

-

-

-

heating elements (Watt) top bottom element element

-

X

-

X

X

X

-

-

1000

-

-

X

-

-

-

X

X

-

-

-

-

1000

-

-

X

X rear element

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2400

-

X

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

-

X

-

-

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

-

X cooking fan

X

X

-

-

-

-

X

-

40

-

X

-

X

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

X small loads (Watt) cooling oven lamp oven lamp door-lock fan back wall side wall system

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

25

-

X

X

X

40

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

25

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

-

5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5

-

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

power

Watt

2530

2530

2090

3530

2530

3530

2090

2530

2530

2530

3030

2530

2090

3530

2030

1990

2990

1090

1090

2090

130

2970 current

Ampere

11,0

11,0

9,1

15,3

11,0

15,3

9,1

11,0

11,0

11,0

13,2

11,0

9,1

15,3

8,8

8,7

13,0

4,7

4,7

9,1

0,6

12,9 attention: a) meat probe possible at oven functions D, E, L, F, I, and H b) automatic booster active at E, L and F function positions

A

D

E

I

L

F

H

J

K

R

S

Q

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 19 599 51 27 29 EN

3.

3.1

Controls

3D full glass

3.2

2D full glass

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 20 599 51 27 29 EN

3.3

Metal panel / hot pillar-optic

3.4

Nostalgie

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 21 599 51 27 29 EN

4.

Component data

4.1

Oven controls

4.1.1

Mechanical minute minder

-

running time: 60 minutes acoustic signal: long ring,

2,5 sec.

4.1.2

Meat probe display and minute minder

-

-

timer can be used additionally as minute minder in case meat probe is not used once dish is finished, acoustical signal, oven has to be switched off coloured in green

4.1.3

Set timer

-

-

-

-

-

Simple Electronic Timer coloured in green with symbols self explanatory simplest operation

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 22 599 51 27 29 EN

4.1.4

Full automatic timer (6 push and meat probe)

-

-

o o o o coloured in green with symbols

Timer functions: o time of day minute minder cooktime end time meat probe

4.1.5

Analogue timer Nostalgie

o o o

Timer functions: o countdown cook time end time minute minder

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 23 599 51 27 29 EN

4.1.6

Electronic oven controls, Prisma Standard (Italy)

4.1.6.1 Figures and functions

T e m p .

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Temperature and time indication

Automatic timer functions

Automatic booster function

Automatic switch off - oven

Child safety

Switch off time of day

Demo-mode

Symbols

4.1.6.2 Structure of electronic unit

Time

Switch Support Plate

Electronic Box Short Push Buttons

Prisma Stan-

Fixing Frame Prisma dard

Standard

Diffusor Prisma

Standard

LCD-Glass with heat seal

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 24 599 51 27 29 EN

4.1.6.3 Exploded view of electronic unit

Push Buttons Prisma Standard

Switch Support Plate

LCD-Glass with heat

Diffusor seal

Prisma

Standard

Fixing

Frame

Prisma

Standard

Connectors

UI-Prisma

Std. PCB

Prisma

PoB

Electronic

Box Short

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 25 599 51 27 29 EN

4.1.7

Prisma high 5-push variant built-in ovens

4.1.7.1 Figures and functions

1

2 3 4 5 6

3

4

5

1

2

6

7

Oven-functions

ON/OFF

Recipes

Meat probe

Temperature

Timer functions

Minus/Plus

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Recipes

Temperature proposal

Timer functions: cook time, end timer, minute minder

Electric temperature regulation

Automatic booster function

Automatic switch off - oven

Meat probe

Child lock

Function lock

Demo-mode

Setting languages

Setting viewing angel

7

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 26 599 51 27 29 EN

4.1.8

Prisma high 7-push variant built-under ovens

4.1.8.1 Figures and functions

1

4

5

2

3

6

7

ON/OFF

Oven-functions

Recipes

Meat probe

Minus

Plus

Timer functions

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Recipes

Temperature proposal

Timer functions: cook time, end timer, minute minder

Electric temperature regulation

Automatic booster function

Automatic switch off - oven

Meat probe

Child lock

Function lock

Demo-mode

Setting languages

Setting viewing angel

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 27 599 51 27 29 EN

4.1.9

Prisma high (Example 7-push variant built-under ovens)

4.1.9.1 Structure of electronic unit

Switch Support Plate

Electronic Box

Fixing Frame Short

Prisma High

LCD-

Glass with heat seal

(high)

4.1.9.2 Exploded view of electronic unit

Push Buttons

Prisma High

Diffusor

Prisma

High

UI-PCB

Connectors

Push Buttons

Prisma High

Switch Support

Plate

LCD-Glass with heat seal (high)

Diffusor

Prisma

High

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 28 -

Fixing

Frame

Prisma

High

UI-PCB

Conn ectors

PoB Prisma-

PCB

Electronic

Box Short

599 51 27 29 EN

4.2

Power board Prisma Standard and Prisma High

4.3

Fig. Power board

The power boards accommodate the components to control the heaters, hot air blowers, cooling fan and the automatic door lock (with pyrolysis appliances).

In addition, the primary side of the power pack includes the fuse (sluggish, 100 mA) of the appliance.

If this fuse is defective, the appliance does not function and the displays and lighting system are out of service.

Powerboard Prisma Basic

The power boards accommodate the components to control the heaters, hot air blowers, cooling fan and the automatic door lock (with pyrolysis appliances).

In addition, the primary side of the power pack includes the fuse (sluggish,

63 mA) of the appliance.

If this fuse is defective, the appliance does not function and the displays and lighting system are out of service.

Fig. Powerboard

In cookers with pyrolysis function, without electronic oven control Prisma Standard or Prisma

High, the Prisma Basic Powerboard takes over the control of the oven and the pyrolysis function.

Here are different variants specifically for the appliance.

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 29 599 51 27 29 EN

4.4

Temperature sensor (appliances with Powerboard)

The temperature in the baking oven is measured by a temperature sensor (type PT 500) for appliances with control board. The sensor is provided at the rear of the appliance. It is used to transmit to the electronic systems the values for:

-

-

cyclic heating the radiators until the selected temperature is reached; switch off the radiators in case of overheating of defective sensor; switching ON/OFF the cooling fan.

Fig. Temperature sensor

Fig. Electrical resistance of sensor depending on the ambient temperature

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 30 599 51 27 29 EN

4.5

Power controller

Fig. Power controller Fig. Switch in „OFF“ position

Input voltage 230 V

Fig. Performance characteristic

K1 – Knob position

% ED – Switching on period in percent

100 % corresponds to a switching on period of 41 seconds

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 31 599 51 27 29 EN

The hot plates are controlled via the bimetallic contact P 1-2. The input voltage of 230 V is applied here.

Depending on the position of the knob, this contact determines how often the hot plate is switched on or off during a certain unit of time by cycling the maximum heating power (230 V or

0 V between contact 2 and 4) (refer to performance characteristic).

Continuous operation at max. heating power is hot plate 9.

The power characteristic shows the power controller in cycling mode.

The average switching on period for each knob position can be read off in % of the cycled and/or max. power.

4.6

Thermostat

Fig. Thermostat

Fig. Temperature values

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 32 599 51 27 29 EN

Wiring diagram with spindle position; stop, left

Fig. Wiring diagram

4.7

The temperature can be selected according to the knob position.

After beginning of work, contact 1-2 is closed.

To check the thermostat, measure the temperature in the muffle. Determine the following temperatures:

Hot air 160 °C ± 15 °C

Conventional 200 °C ± 15 °C

Pyrolysis 485 °C ± 20 °C

If a temperature is found which is beyond the tolerance value, replace the thermostat.

Temperature and function controllers (appliances with Prisma Basic Powerboard)

1 = 5 V

Fig. Set value transmitter (function)

Fig. Set value transmitter (temperature)

Fig. Set value transmitter (shuttle)

4.8

Temperature and function controllers

(appliances with oven control Prisma

Standard and Prisma High Shuttles)

Fig. Function controller

electrical switching point zero position

Fig. Temperature controller

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 33 599 51 27 29 EN

4.9

Automatic door lock and microswitch

The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with a specific door lock system

(Fig. 1) This system prevents opening of the baking oven door with the pyrolysis switched on.

The lock system is operated with 2 heated bimetallic elements which move a bar into position which then either blocks or releases the lock lever at the baking oven door. The system functions during the pyrolysis process independent of the electrical voltage.

The door lock is switched on at a temperature of the muffle centre of gravity (temperature in centre of baking oven) of 312 °C. Unlocking is at a temperature of approx. 180 °C via a Klixon

(f11 in wiring diagram). The Klixon is arranged at the transverse beam beside the hot air motor

(Fig. 2).

POWERBOARD micro switch

(make contact)

Fig. 1, Door lock

rocker switch micro switch

All appliances with an automatic door lock and a Prisma High oven control have a micro switch additionally. This micro switch only switches off the hot air motor and the ring heater when opening the door. When opening the oven door the oven light turns on, this also functions for approx. 5 minutes when the appliance is switched off.

Fig. 2, Arrangement of Klixon

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 34 -

Fig. Switching of door lock

599 51 27 29 EN

Fig. Door lock in unlocked state

2 – E Inlet unlocking 4 – Inlet lock

3 – Phase (230 V) 33/34 – Switch contacts (5 V, 100 mA) unlocked interlocked

As soon as a voltage of 230 V is applied to the contacts 3 and 4, the bar “A” moves to the other side after 2 – 10 seconds and blocks the lock lever mechanically. The door cannot be opened. At the same time, the internal contact “B” opens and disconnects the lock path. The switch contacts 33/34 close and signal that door lock is completed. The electronic signal completes the lock signal.

Internal contact “C” closes.

For unlocking, a voltage of 230 V must be applied to contacts 2 and 3. The bar “A” moves backwards and releases the lock lever. The door can be opened provided that the contact f11

(Klixon) is closed.

Spares Operation 01.02 A. B.

- 35 599 51 27 29 EN

4.10

Mechanic door lock

oven door can be locked easily in order to avoid unwanted opening while usage child safety -

On delivery of the appliance, the door lock is deactivated. Actuate the slider with the closed door that it will not be damaged.

Activate door lock

Pull slider forward until it locks in.

Open oven door

1.

close door

2.

push slider and keep pushed

3.

open door

Close oven door

Close door without pushing the slider.

Deactivate door lock

Push slider to the panel.

Switching off the appliance does not deactivate the mechanical door lock.

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5.

Operation of the setting and operating units

5.1

Meatprobe display and minute minder

5.1.1

Control panel

time or temperature indication pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature oven functions hot plate knobs setting buttons temperature selection hot plate knobs

5.1.2

Switch on and off oven

1.

Turn ”oven functions” knob to desired function.

2.

Turn ”temperature selection” knob to desired temperature. The red pilot lamp for operation is lit as long as oven is operating. The red pilot lamp for temperature is lit as long as oven is heating.

3.

For switching off oven turn ”oven functions” knob and ”temperature selection” knob to zero position.

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5.1.3

Additional functions

You can set either short time or meat probe.

Short time

For setting a short time.

Meat probe

For setting a core temperature.

5.1.3.1 Short time

This function has no effect on oven operation.

1.

Push any button.

”00” is flashing in the display.

2.

Set desired short time within 5 seconds using the + or – button.

(max. 99 minutes).

After 5 seconds the display indicates the remaining time.

When the time has run down, ”00” is indicated and signal rings for 2 minutes.

3.

Switch off signal sound by pushing any button.

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5.1.3.2 Meat probe

After the set core temperature has been reached, a signal rings.

The oven is not switched off.

Using the meat probe makes sense with top/ bottom heat, hot air and infrared grill.

Pay attention to two temperatures:

The oven temperature: see roasting table

table

The core temperature: see meat probe

Attention: Use only the provided meat probe! In

case of an exchange use only the original spare part!

1.

Insert head of meat probe into the cooking good as complete as possible that head will be in the middle of the cooking good.

2.

Plug meat probe connector into socket at oven side wall.

3.

Set desired oven function and temperature.

The display indicates a temperature proposal.

The core temperature is indicated only from 30° C onward.

4.

Set desired core temperature using + or – buttons.

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After approx. 5 seconds the display indicates the current core temperature.

When the current core temperature has reached the set temperature, a signal rings.

Push any button to deactivate the signal.

Warning: The meat probe is hot! When

unplugging connector and head there is a danger of burning!

The oven is not switched off!

5.

Unplug meat probe connector from socket and take cooking good with inserted meat probe out of the oven.

6.

Deactivate oven functions and temperature.

Interrogate resp. change core temperature of meat:

By pushing the + or – buttons once , the set core temperature is indicated.

By pushing the + or – buttons several times, it is possible to change the set temperature later time.

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5.2

Prisma High for built-under ovens

5.2.1

Control panel

oven / time indication temperature indication hot plate knobs main switch oven functions timer functions setting buttons hot plate knobs

description of buttons

5.2.2

Set time of day

The oven only functions with a set time.

After the electrical connection or a power failure the arrow for ”set time” is flashing.

8

9

1 2 3 4 5 6

7

10

11

Set the current time of day with the buttons (5) or

(6). Wait 5 seconds.

The flashing goes out and the timer indicates the set time of day. The appliance is ready for operation.

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5.2.3

Set language

1.

Switch on appliance with main switch (1)

2.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(7) simultaneously.

3.

Select one of the proposed languages using setting buttons (5) and (6).

4.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(7) simultaneously to save selected language.

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5.2.4

Set brightness of display

To improve the legibility with ovens built in above you can set the brightness of the display.

1.

Switch on appliance with main switch (1).

2.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(7) simultaneously.

3.

Push button ”oven functions” (2).

4.

Set brightness with button (5) or (6).

5.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(7) simultaneously to save selected brightness.

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5.2.5

The electronic oven control

oven functions indication time indications temperature indication cook time indication indication of end time of day/short time time functions main switch oven functions recipes meat probe timer functions setting buttons

General instructions

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First switch on oven with main switch.

When set function is lit, oven starts heating resp. set time starts running down.

Oven light is activated when oven function has been set.

Switch off appliance with main switch.

When set temperature has been reached, a signal rings.

5.2.6

Oven functions

5.2.6.1 Activate oven functions

1.

Switch on appliance with main switch (1).

2.

Push button ”oven functions” so many times until the desired oven function is indicated.

Temperature indication shows a temperature proposal.

If you do not change temperature proposal within approx. 5 seconds, oven starts heating.

Change oven temperature

Push button (5) or (6) to increase or reduce the temperature. The setting can be made in steps of 5 °C.

Thermometer symbol

The slowly rising thermometer symbol indicates the extent how far the oven has already been heated.

The four segments of the thermometer symbol flashing one after the other indicate that the fast heating is operating.

Interrogate temperature

Push button (5) and (6) simultaneously. The current oven temperature is shown in the temperature indication.

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Change oven function

Push button ”oven functions” (2) so many times until the desired oven function is indicated.

Switch off oven

For switching off the oven push button ”oven function” (2) so many times until no oven function is indicated any more.

Cooling fan

The fan is activated automatically when the oven is put into operation in order to keep the surfaces of the appliance cool. After the oven has been switched off, the fan keeps on running to cool down the appliance and is then deactivated automatically.

5.2.7

Additional functions

5.2.7.1 Recipes

Use the given recipes for this function.

Select a recipe

1.

Push button ”recipes” (3) so many times until the desired recipe is indicated.

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Function display shows symbol for belonging oven function and recommended level of use.

Temperature indication shows set temperature.

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Time indications show cook time and end time.

After approx. 5 seconds oven switches on.

Before cook time has run down, a signal rings.

2.

Check cooking result at this time.

After cook time has run down, a signal rings. ”0.00” is flashing in the time indication.

3.

By pushing any button you can deactivate signal.

Start delay

The cook time can be started with a time delay.

(see timer function ”end”)

The timer function ”end” can be set when the program is not yet running for longer than two minutes.

End cook time earlier

Push button ”recipes” (3) so many times until no recipe is indicated any more.

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5.2.7.2 Meat probe

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For setting an exact core temperature at which the oven

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will be switched off. The meat probe can be used with

Top/Bottom Heat and Hot Air functions.

There are two temperatures to remember:

Oven temperature: see Roasting Table

Core temperature: see Meat Probe Table

3.

4.

Important: Use only the meat probe supplied! If replacing,

use only the manufacturer’s original replacement part.

1.

As far as possible, push the meat probe fully into the meat, so that the point is in the centre.

2.

Push the meat probe plug into the socket on the side of the oven, as far as it will go.

Set the desired oven function.

Set the desired core temperature within 5 seconds, using +or -. The display changes to the current core temperature.

5.

The core temperature indication starts at 30° C.

If the current core temperature is to be displayed before the desired core temperature is set, press the Meat Probe t button and then set the temperature.

To set the oven temperature, press the Meat Probe t button twice.

Set the desired oven temperature within 5 seconds, using +or -.

When the set core temperature inside the meat has been reached, a signal sounds and the oven switches off automatically.

Press any of the buttons to stop the signal.

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5.2.8

Timer functions

Duration (8)

For setting how long the oven is to be operating.

Short time (9)

For setting a short time. After the time has run down, a signal rings. This function has no effect on oven operation.

End (10)

For setting when the oven is to switch off again.

Set time (11)

For setting, changing or interrogating time of day.

General instructions

After selecting a timer function, the belonging arrow is flashing for approx. 5 seconds.

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During that time you can set or change the desired time with button (5) or (6).

After setting the desired time, the arrow is flashing again for 5 seconds. After that the arrow is lit. The set time starts running down.

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5.2.8.1 Duration

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Push button (7) so many times until arrow

”duration” (8) is flashing.

3.

Set desired cook time with button (5) or (6).

The arrow ”duration” (8) is lit.

When the time has run down, a signal rings for 2 minutes. The oven is switched off.

”0.00” and arrow ”duration” (8) are flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing any button.

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5.2.8.2 Short time

1.

Push button (7) so many times until arrow

”short time” (9) is flashing.

2.

Set desired short time with button (5) or (6).

(max. 99 minutes).

After approx. 5 seconds the display indicates the remaining time. The arrow ”short time” (9) is lit.

When the time has run down, a signal rings for 2 minutes.

”0.00” and arrow ”short time” C are flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing any button.

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5.2.8.3 End (10)

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Push button (7) so many times until arrow

”end” (10) is flashing.

3.

Set desired switch-off time with button (5) or (6).

The arrow ”end” (10) is lit.

When the time has run down, a signal rings for 2 minutes. The oven switches off.

”0.00” and arrow ”end” (10) are flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing any button.

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5.2.8.4 Duration (8) and end (10) in combination

”Duration” and ”end” can be used simultaneously, when the oven is to be switched on and off automatically at a later time .

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

By using function ”duration” (8) set time which the dish needs for cooking.

E.g.: 1 hour.

3.

By using function ”end” (10) set time when the dish should be ready.

E.g.: 14:05 (2:05 p.m.)

Arrows ”duration” (8) and ”end” (10) are lit.

The oven switches on automatically at the calculated time.

E.g.: 13:05 (1:05 p.m.)

After the set cook time has run down, a signal rings for 2 minutes and the oven switches off.

E.g.: 14:05 (2:05 p.m.)

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5.2.8.5 Change time of day

1.

Push button (7) so many times until arrow

”set time” (11) is flashing.

2.

Set current time of day with button (5) or

(6).

3.

After approx. 5 seconds the flashing of the arrow goes out and the timer shows the set time of day. The oven is ready for operation again.

You can only change the time of day when the child lock has been deactivated, no timer functions ”cook time” (8) or ”end” (10) and no oven function are set.

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5.2.9

Additional functions

The brightness of display is reduced automatically between 22:00 and 6:00 (10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.).

5.2.9.1 Deactivate time indication

By deactivating the time indication you can save energy.

1.

If necessary switch off oven with main switch.

2.

Push buttons meat probe (4) and (5) simultaneously until indication gets dark

(approx. 2 seconds).

When the oven has been put into operation again, the indication is activated automatically. With the next switching off the ”time of day” indication goes out again. To let the time of day indicate again continuously, activate the time indication again.

5.2.9.2 Activate time indication

1.

If necessary switch off oven with main switch.

2.

Push buttons ”meat probe” (4) and (5) simultaneously until indication is lit again

(approx. 2 seconds).

5.2.9.3 Child lock of oven

When the child lock is activated, you can not put the oven into operation. The child lock is only valid for the oven not for the hot plates.

Activate child lock

1.

If necessary switch on oven with main switch. No oven function must be selected.

2.

Hold buttons ”recipes” (3) and (5) pushed simultaneously, until display shows ”CHILD

LOCK”. The child lock is now activated.

Deactivate child lock

Hold buttons ”recipes” (3) and (5) pushed simultaneously until ”CHILD LOCK” in the display goes out. The child lock is now deactivated and the oven is ready for operation again.

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5.2.9.4 Button lock

To save all set oven functions against unintentional adjusting.

Activate button lock.

1.

If necessary switch off oven with main switch.

2.

Select oven function.

3.

Hold buttons ”recipes” (3) and (5) pushed simultaneously for approx. 2 seconds until

”PROGRAM SAVING” is indicated in the display.

The button lock is now activated.

Deactivate button lock

Keep buttons ”recipes” (3) and (5) pushed simultaneously for approx. 2 seconds. The button lock is deactivated automatically when the oven is switched off.

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5.3

Set timer

5.3.1

Control panel

time indication pilot lamp for operatio pilot lamp for temperature hot plate knobs oven functions temperature selection timer function buttons hot plate knobs

description of buttons

5.3.2

Set time of day

The oven only functions with a set time.

1.

After the electrical connection or a power failure the function light for ”set time” is flashing.

1 2 3

2.

Set current time of day with button (1) or

(3). Wait approx. 5 seconds.

3.

The flashing goes out and the timer indicates the set time of day. The appliance is ready for operation.

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5.3.3

Switch on and off oven

pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature oven functions temperature selection

1.

Set ”oven functions” knob to desired function.

2.

Set ”temperature selection” knob to desired temperature. The red pilot lamp for operation is lit as long as the oven is operating. The red pilot lamp for temperature is lit as long as the oven is heating.

3.

For switching off oven set ”oven functions” knob and ”temperature selection” knob to zero position.

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5.3.4

Timer functions

function lights time indication function lights selection

The electronic timer has following functions:

Duration

For setting how long the oven is to be in operation.

End

For setting when the oven is to switch off again.

Short time

For setting a short time. After this time has run down a short signal rings. This function has no effect on the oven operation.

Time of day

For setting or changing the time of day.

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General instructions

After a function has been selected, the belonging function light will flash for approx. 5

seconds. During that time you can set the desired time with button (1) or (3).

After the desired time has been set, the function light will flash again for approx. 5

seconds. After that the function light is lit. The set time starts running down.

The signal sound can be deactivated by pushing any button.

The desired oven function and temperature can be selected before or after setting the timer functions ”duration” and ”end”.

After the cooking process has finished, set again oven function knob and temperature selection knob to zero.

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5.3.4.1 Duration

Oven function and temperature can be set before or after the time function.

1.

Push time/programs button (2) so many times until the function light ”duration” is flashing.

2.

Set desired cook time with button (1) or (3).

After approx. 5 seconds the indication changes back to the time of day. The function light

”duration” is lit and the oven is switched on immediately.

When the time has run down, the function light is flashing, a signal rings for 2 minutes and the oven switches off.

3.

Deactivate signal sound and program by pushing any button.

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5.3.4.2 End

Oven function and temperature can be set before or after the time function.

1.

Push time/programs button so many times until the function light ”end” is flashing.

2.

Set desired switch-off time with button (1) or (3).

After approx. 5 seconds the indication changes back to the time of day. The function light ”end” is lit and the oven is switched on immediately.

When the time has run down, the function light is flashing, a signal rings for 2 minutes and the oven switches off.

3.

Deactivate signal sound and program by pushing any button.

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5.3.4.3 Short time

1.

Push time/program button so many times until the function light ”short time” is flashing.

2.

Set desired short time with button (1) or (3).

(max. 2 hours 30 minutes).

After approx. 5 seconds the indication shows the remaining time. The function light ”short time” is lit.

When the time has run down, the function light is flashing and a signal rings for 2 minutes.

3.

Deactivate signal sound by pushing any button.

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5.3.4.4 Duration and end in combination

Oven function and temperature can be set before or after the time function.

”Duration” and ”end” can be used simultaneously, when the oven is to be switched on and off automatically at a later time.

1.

By using function ”duration” set time which the dish needs for cooking. Here 1 hour.

2.

By using function ”end” set time at which the dish is to be ready. Here 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

The function lights ”duration” and ”end” are lit and the display indicates the time of day. Here 12:05

(12:05 p.m.).

The oven switches on automatically at the calculated time. Here at 13:05 (1:05 p.m.).

And off again when the entered duration has run down. Here at 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

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5.3.4.5 Change time of day

The time of day can only be changed when no automatic function (duration or end) is set.

1.

Push time/program button so many times until the function light ”set time” is flashing.

2.

Set current time of day with button (1) or

(3).

After approx. 5 seconds the flashing goes out and the timer indicates the set time of day. The appliance is ready for operation.

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5.4

Full electronic clock (6 push and meat probe)

5.4.1

Control panel

time or temperature indication pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature hot plate knobs oven functions temperature selection timer function knobs hot plate knobs

5.4.2

Set time of day

description of button

The oven only functions with a set time.

1.

After the electrical connection or a power failure the time indication is flashing.

1 2 3 4 5 6

2.

Push button (4) shortly.

3.

Set current time within 5 seconds with button (5) or (6). The appliance is ready for operation.

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5.4.3

Switch on and off oven

1.

Set “oven functions” knob to desired function.

2.

Set “temperature selection” knob to desired temperature. The red pilot lamp for operation is lit as long as the oven is operating. The red pilot lamp for temperature is lit as long as the oven is heating.

3.

For switching off the oven set “oven functions” knob and “temperature selection” knob to zero position.

pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature oven functions temperature selection

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5.4.4

Timer functions

pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature oven functions temperature selection

Short time

For setting a short time. After this time has run down a signal rings. This function has no effect on the oven operation.

Duration

For setting how long the oven is to be operating.

End

For setting when the oven is to switch off again.

Manual operation

With pushing knob (4) you change the oven from automatic operation to manual operation.

Meat probe

For switching off the oven exactly at a certain degree, when a set core temperature has been reached.

Function indications:

AUTO

“AUTO” is lit with set automatic programs resp. is flashing when setting the programs.

Operation

The oven is operating or ready for operation.

Bell

The bell is lit when a short time is set.

General instructions

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After a timer function has been set you can set or change the desired times within 5 seconds with button (5) or (6).

After operating with function “duration” (2)/”end” (3) you must change from automatic operation to manual operation by pushing button (4).

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5.4.4.1 Short time

1.

Push “short time” button (1).

2.

Set desired time with button (5) or (6).

By pushing “short time” button (1) again you can interrogate the remaining time.

A few seconds after the last setting of short time, the time indication shows again the current time of day.

After the short time has run down, an acoustic signal rings for approx. 7 minutes.

You can deactivate the signal sound by pushing any button. The maximum adjustable duration for the short time is 90 minutes.

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5.4.4.2 Duration

1.

Push button (2).

2.

Set desired cook time with button (5) or (6)

(max. 10 hours).

After approx. 5 seconds the indication changes back to the time of day. The symbol “AUTO” indicates that the oven has been changed to automatic operation.

When the time has run down, a signal rings for 5 minutes and the oven switches off.

3.

Deactivate signal sound and program by pushing the “hand” button (4).

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5.4.4.3 Duration and end in combination

Duration (2) and end (3) can be used simultaneously when the oven is to be switched on and off automatically at a later time .

1.

Select oven functions and temperature.

2.

By using function “duration” (2) set time which the dish needs for cooking. E.g. 1 hour.

3.

Push button (3).

With buttons (5) or (6) you can set the desired switch-off time. E.g. 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

The symbol “AUTO” is lit and the display indicates the time of day. Here 12:05 (12:05 p.m.).

The oven will switch on automatically at the calculated time. E.g. 13:05 (1:05 p.m.).

And off again when the set duration has run down.

E.g. at 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

When the time has run down, the symbol “AUTO” is flashing, a signal rings for 5 minutes and the oven switches off. E.g. 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

4.

Stop program by pushing button (4).

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5.4.4.4 Change time of day

The time of day can only be changed when no automatic function “duration” (2) or “end” (3) is set.

1.

Push button (4) shortly.

2.

Set current time of day with button (5) or

(6).

After 5 seconds the timer indicates the set time of day.

The oven is ready for operation.

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5.4.4.5 Meat probe

For switching off the oven exactly at a certain degree when a set core temperature has been reached. Using the meat probe makes sense with top/bottom heat and hot air.

Pay attention to two temperatures:

The oven temperature: see roasting table

table

The core temperature: see meat probe

Attention: Use only the provided meat probe! In

case of an exchange use only the original spare part!

1.

Insert head of meat probe into the cooking good as complete as possible that head will be in the middle of the cooking good.

2.

Plug meat probe connector into socket at oven side wall. The core temperature is indicated from 30° C onward.

3.

Set desired oven function and temperature.

At the right you can see a temperature proposal of

80°C. At the left you can see the momentary core temperature. For example: here 22°C.

4.

Set the desired core temperature with buttons (5) or (6). For example: here 70° C.

At the left you can see the current core temperature. The core temperature is indicated only from 20° C onward.

5.

When the measured core temperature corresponds with the set core temperature, a signal rings and the oven switches off automatically. Push button (4) to deactivate signal.

Warning: The meat probe is hot! When unplugging connector and head there is a danger of burning!

6.

Unplug meat probe connector from socket and take the cooking good with inserted meat probe out of the oven.

7.

If necessary switch off oven.

Interrogate resp. change core temperature. By pushing (5) or (6) several times you can change the selected temperature at a later time.

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5.5

Analogue timer

5.5.1

Control panel

pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature oven functions time indication temperature selection

5.5.2

Set time of day

1.

Push function adjusting knob to the stop and at the same time set current time of day counter-clockwise.

2.

Turn start adjusting knob pushed until start indicator snaps in on the current time of day.

The red start indicator must be in the same position as the hour hand, otherwise the time is in automatic operation (start and duration) and the oven can not be switched on.

5.5.3

Set manual operation

Turn function adjusting knob counter-clockwise until the display indicates “manual operation”.

If hand symbol or 0 is set, you can not select any oven function.

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5.5.4

Switch on and off oven

pilot lamp for operation pilot lamp for temperature time indication oven functions temperature selection

1.

Set “oven functions” knob to desired function.

2.

Set “temperature selection” knob to desired temperature. The red pilot lamp for operation is lit as long as the oven is operating. The red pilot lamp for temperature is lit as long as the oven is heating.

3.

For switching off the oven, set “oven functions” knob and “temperature selection” knob to zero position.

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5.5.5

Timer functions

function indication start adjusting knob start indicator (red) function adjusting knob

Minute-minder

For setting a short time. After this time has run down a signal rings.

Start and duration

For setting when the oven is to switch on and off again.

Time of day

For setting or changing the time of day.

General instructions

Select desired oven function and temperature before setting the timer function “start” and

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“duration”.

The signal sound can be deactivated by turning the function adjusting knob to “manual operation”.

After working with “start” and “duration” function change from automatic to manual

operation by turning the function adjusting knob.

After cooking process has finished set oven function knob and temperature selection again to OFF position.

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5.5.5.1 Minute-minder

The oven must not be in operation when using this function.

1.

Turn function adjusting knob counterclockwise until display indicates desired short time, e.g. 30. When the time has run down a signal rings for 1 minute.

2.

Deactivate signal sound by turning function adjusting knob to “manual operation”.

Duration

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Turn start adjusting knob pushed until start indicator snaps in at the current time of day.

3.

Turn function adjusting knob counterclockwise until display indicates desired duration.

When the time has run down, a signal rings for 1 minute and the oven switches off.

4.

After cooking process has finished, turn oven function and temperature selection knobs again to OFF position. Set function adjusting knob to “manual operation”. Now the appliance is ready for operation again.

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5.5.5.2 Start and duration

Set start and duration when the oven is to switch on and off automatically at a later time.

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Turn start adjusting knob pushed counterclockwise until start indicator points to desired start time, e.g. XI for 11:00 (11:00 a.m.).

3.

Turn function adjusting knob counterclockwise until display indicates desired duration, e.g. 60 min.

The oven will switch on automatically at the calculated time and off again when the set duration has run down.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 1 minute and the oven switches off, e.g. 12:00

(12:00 p.m.).

4.

After cooking process has finished turn oven function and temperature selection knobs again to OFF position.

5.

Set function adjusting knob to “manual operation”. The appliance is now ready for operation again.

5.5.5.3 Change time of day

The time of day can only be changed when no automatic function is set. Push function adjusting knob and turn it counter-clockwise until the desired time of day is set.

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5.6

Prisma Standard

5.6.1

Control panel

time/temperature indication

5.6.2

Set time of day

temperature inquiry timer function button oven functions temperature selection

The oven functions only with a set time.

After the electrical connection or a power failure the arrow for “set time” is flashing.

3

4

description of button

5

6

1 2

Set current time of day with “+/-“ knob.

Wait 5 seconds.

The flashing goes out and the timer indicates the set time of day again.

The appliance is ready for operation.

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5.6.3

Switch on and off oven

time/temperature indication oven functions temperature interrogation timer function button temperature selection

Turn the “oven functions” knob to desired function. The temperature indication shows a temperature proposal for the selected oven function. The oven starts heating. When the set temperature has been reached, a signal rings.

Change oven temperature

Turn “+/-“ knob to increase or reduce the temperature. It can be set in steps of 5 °C.

Thermometer symbol

The slowly rising thermometer indication shows how far the oven is already heated.

The three segments of the thermometer symbol flashing up one after the other show that the fast heating is in operation.

Interrogate temperature

Push button (1) to interrogate the momentary oven temperature.

Cooling fan

The fan switches on automatically when the oven has been put into operation in order to keep the surfaces of the appliance cool. After the oven was switched off, the fan continues running to cool the appliance and then switches off automatically.

Switch off oven

For switching off the oven turn the “oven functions” knob to zero position.

Operation of knob

For setting time, temperature or function turn the knob to the right or left within the marked range.

Attention: Do not turn beyond the stop.

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5.6.4

Timer functions

Duration

For setting how long the oven is to be operating.

Short time

For setting a short time. After this time has run down a signal rings. This function has no effect on the oven operation.

End

For setting when the oven is to switch off again.

Set time

For setting, changing of interrogating the time of day.

General instructions

After a timer function has been selected, the corresponding arrow is flashing for approx. 5

seconds. During that time you can set or change the desired times using the “+/-“ knob.

After the desired time has been set, the arrow is flashing again for approx. 5 seconds. Af-

ter that the arrow is lit. The set time starts running down.

After the timer functions “duration” and “end” have run down, set function selector to “0”.

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5.6.4.1 Short time

1.

Push button (2) so many times until the arrow “short time” (4) is flashing.

2.

Set desired short time using the ”+/-“ knob.

(max. 99 minutes).

After approx. 5 seconds the display indicates the remaining time. The arrow “short time” (4) is lit.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes. The arrow “short time” (4) is flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing button (2).

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5.6.4.2 Cook time

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Push button (2) so many times until the arrow “cook time” (3) is flashing.

3.

Set desired cook time using the “+/-“ knob.

Arrow “cook time” (3) is lit.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes. The oven switches off.

“0.00” and arrow “cook time” (3) are lit.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing button (2).

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5.6.4.3 End

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Push button (3) so many times until arrow

“end” (5) is flashing.

3.

Set desired switch-off time using the “+/-“ knob.

Arrow “end” (5) is lit.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes. The oven switches off.

“0.00” and arrow “end” (5) are flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing button (2).

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5.6.4.4 Cook time and end in combination

“Cook time” (3) and “end” (5) can be used simultaneously when the oven is to be switched on and off automatically at a later time.

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

By using function “cook time” (3) set time which the dish needs for cooking.

E.g.: 1 hour.

3.

By using function “end” (5) set time at which the dish is to be ready.

E.g.: 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

Arrows “cook time” (3) and “end” (5) are lit.

The oven switches on automatically at the calculated time.

E.g.: 13:05 (1:05 p.m.).

After the set cook time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes and the oven switches off.

E.g.: 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

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5.6.4.5 Change time of day

1.

Push button (2) so many times until arrow

“set time” (6) is flashing.

2.

Set current time of day using the “+/-“ knob.

3.

After approx. 5 seconds the flashing of the arrow goes out and the timer indicates the set current time of day. The appliance is ready for operation again.

The time of day can only be changed when none of the timer functions “cook time” (3) or “end” (5) and no oven function are set.

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5.6.5

Further functions

The display reduces the brightness automatically between 22:00 and 6:00 (10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.).

5.6.5.1 Switch off time indication

Keep button “temperature interrogation” (1) pushed for approx. 2 seconds until the indication gets dark.

When the appliance is put into operation again the indication is activated automatically.

When the oven is switched off the next time, the indication of the time of day goes out again. In order to let the time of day indicate continuously, you have to activate the time indication again.

5.6.5.2 Activate time indication

Keep button “temperature interrogation” (1) pushed for approx. 2 seconds until the indication appears again.

5.6.5.3 Child lock

The oven is provided with a child lock. When the child lock is activated, you can not put the oven into operation.

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The child lock is only valid for the oven, not for the hot plates.

To activate the child lock, you must not select any oven function.

Activate child lock

Push “timer functions” button (2) and “temperature interrogation” (1) simultaneously until “SEC” is indicated in the display. The child lock is now in operation.

Deactivate child lock

Push “timer functions” button (2) and “temperature interrogation” (1) simultaneously. The child lock is now deactivated and the oven is ready for operation again.

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5.7

Prisma High for built-in ovens

5.7.1

Control panel

oven/time indications main switch oven functions timer functions oven functions temperature selection/time setting

5.7.2

Set time of day

The oven functions only with a set time.

After the electrical connection or a power failure the arrow (9) for “set time” is flashing.

6

7

description of button

8

9

1 2 3 4 5

Set current time of day using the “+/-“ knob. Wait

5 seconds.

The flashing goes out and the timer indicates the set time of day.

The appliance is ready for operation.

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5.7.3

Set language

1.

Switch on appliance with main switch (1).

2.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(5) simultaneously.

3.

Select one of the proposed languages using the “+/-“ knob.

4.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(5) simultaneously to save selected language.

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5.7.4

Set brightness of display

To improve the legibility with highly built-in ovens you can set the brightness of the display.

1.

Switch on appliance with main switch (1).

2.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(5) simultaneously.

3.

Turn oven function knob once.

4.

Set brightness using the “+/-“ knob.

5.

Push main switch (1) and selection button

(5) simultaneously to save selected brightness.

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5.7.5

The electronic oven control

oven functions indication time indications temperature indication cook time indication end indication time functions time of day/short-time time functions oven functions main switch recipes temperature interrogation meat probe temperature selection/ time setting timer functions

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General instructions

Always switch on appliance first with the main switch.

When the selection function is lit, the oven starts heating resp. the set time starts running down.

The oven light is activated when the oven function has been selected.

Switch off appliance with the main switch.

Operation of knob

For setting a time, temperature or function turn the knob to the right or left within the marked range.

Attention: Do not turn beyond the stop.

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5.7.6

Switch on and off oven

Activate oven function

1.

Switch on appliance with main switch (1).

2.

Turn oven function knob until desired oven function is indicated.

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The temperature indication shows a temperature proposal.

If the temperature proposal is not changed within approx. 5 seconds, the oven starts heating.

Change oven temperature

Turn “+/-“ knob to increase or reduce the temperature. The setting is made in steps of 5 °C.

Thermometer symbol

The slowly rising thermometer symbol indicates how far the oven has already been heated.

The three segments of the thermometer symbol flashing up one after the other indicate that the fast heating is in operation.

Interrogate temperature

Push button (4). The momentary oven temperature is shown in the temperature indication.

Change oven function

Turn “oven functions” knob until desired oven function is indicated.

Switch off oven

For switching off the oven turn the “oven functions” knob until no oven function is indicated any more.

Cooling fan

The cooling fan is activated automatically when the oven has been put into operation in order to keep cool the surfaces of the appliance. After the oven was switched off, the fan continues running to cool the appliance and is then deactivated automatically.

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5.7.7

Further functions

5.7.7.1 Recipes

Use for this function the given recipes.

Select recipe

1.

Push button “recipes” (2). The display indicates “recipes”.

2.

Select desired recipe with “oven functions” knob.

The function indication shows the symbol for the belonging oven

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function and the recommended level of use.

The temperature indication shows the set temperature.

The time indications show cook time

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and end time.

After approx. 5 seconds the oven switches on.

Before the cook time has run down a signal rings.

3.

At that time check cooking result.

After cook time has run down a signal rings. “0.00” is flashing in the time indications.

4.

By pushing any button you can deactivate the signal.

Start delay

The cook time can be started with a delay. (See timer function “end”)

The timer function “end” can be set when the program is not yet running longer than two minutes.

Finish cook time earlier

Push button “recipes” (2) so many times until no recipe is indicated any more.

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5.7.7.2 Meat probe

For switching off the oven exactly at a certain degree when a set core temperature has been reached. Using the meat probe is useful for top/ bottom heat and hot air.

Pay attention to two temperatures:

The oven temperature: see roasting table

The core temperature: see meat probe table

Attention: Use only the provided meat probe! In case of an exchange use only the original spare part!

1.

Insert head of meat probe into the cooking good as complete as possible that head will be in the middle of the cooking good.

2.

Plug meat probe connector into socket at oven side wall.

3.

Set desired oven function.

4.

Set desired core temperature with + or – within 15 seconds. The indication changes to the current core temperature.

The core temperature is indicated from 30°C onward.

If the core temperature has already been indicated before the desired core temperature is set, push “meat probe” button and make your setting.

To set oven temperature, push “meat probe” button twice.

5.

Set desired oven temperature with + or – within 5 seconds.

When the set core temperature has been reached, a signal rings and the oven switches off automatically.

6.

Push any button to deactivate signal.

Warning: The meat probe is hot! When unplugging connector and head there is a danger of burning!

7.

Unplug meat probe connector from socket and take cooking good out of the oven.

8.

If necessary switch off appliance.

Interrogate resp. change core temperature

Using the “meat probe” button t you can change between current and set core

temperature and the set oven temperature.

If necessary, change temperature with

+ or -.

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5.7.8

Timer functions

Duration

For setting how long the oven is to be in operation.

Short time

For setting a short time. After this time has run down a signal rings. This function has no effect on the oven operation.

End

For setting when the oven is to switch off again.

Set time

For setting, changing or interrogating the time of day.

General instructions

After a timer function has been selected, the corresponding arrow is flashing for approx. 5

seconds. During that time you can set or change the desired times with the + or – button.

After the desired time has been set, the arrow is flashing once again for approx. 5 seconds. After that the arrow is lit. The set time starts running down.

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5.7.8.1 Short time

1.

Push button (5) so many times until arrow

“short time” (7) is flashing.

2.

Set desired short time with “+/-“ button.

(max. 99 minutes).

After approx. 5 seconds the display indicates the remaining time.

The arrow “short time” (7) is lit.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes.

“0.00” and arrow “short time” (7) are flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing any button.

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5.7.8.2 Cook time

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Push button (5) so many times until arrow

“cook time” (6) is flashing.

3.

Set desired cook time with “+/-“ button.

The arrow “cook time” (6) is lit.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes. The oven switches off.

“0.00” and arrow “cook time” are flashing.

Deactivate signal.

By pushing any button.

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5.7.8.3 End

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

Push button (5) so many times until arrow

“end” (8) is flashing.

3.

Set desired switch-off time with “+/-“ button

The arrow “end” (8) is lit.

When the time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes. The oven switches off.

“0.00” and arrow “end” (8) are flashing.

Deactivate signal:

By pushing any button.

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5.7.8.4 Cook time and end in combination

“Cook time” (6) and “end” (8) can be used simultaneously when the oven is to be switched on and off automatically at a later time.

1.

Select oven function and temperature.

2.

By using function “cook time” m set time which the dish needs for cooking.

E.g.: 1 hour.

3.

By using function “end” (8) set time at which the dish is to be ready.

E.g.: 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

Arrows “cook time” (6) and “end” (8) are lit.

The oven switches on automatically at the calculated time.

E.g.: 13:05 (1:05 p.m.).

After the set cook time has run down a signal rings for 2 minutes and the oven switches off.

E.g.: 14:05 (2:05 p.m.).

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5.7.8.5 Change time of day

1.

Push button (5) so many times until arrow

(9) for “set time” is flashing.

2.

Set current time of day with “+/-“ button.

3.

After approx. 5 seconds the flashing of the arrow goes out and the timer indicates the set time of day. The appliance is ready for operation again.

The time of day can only be changed when the child lock is deactivated, none of the timer functions “cook time” (6) or “end” (8) and no oven function are set.

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5.7.9

Further functions

The brightness of the display is reduced automatically between 22:00 and 6:00 (10:00 p.m.

and 6:00 a.m.).

5.7.9.1 Deactivate time indication

By deactivating the time indication you can save energy.

1.

If necessary switch off appliance with main switch.

2.

Push “meat probe” button (3) and

“temperature” (4) simultaneously until the display gets dark (approx. 2 seconds).

When the appliance has been put into operation again, the display is activated automatically. With the next switching off, the time of day indication goes out again. In order to let the time of day indicate again continuously you have to activate the time indication again.

5.7.9.2 Activate time indication

1.

If necessary switch off appliance with main switch.

2.

Push buttons “meat probe” (3) and

“temperature” (4) simultaneously until the display appears again (approx. 2 seconds).

5.7.9.3 Child lock of oven

When the child lock is activated, you cannot put the oven into operation.

The child lock is only valid for the oven not for the hot plates.

Activate child lock

1.

If necessary switch on appliance with main switch. No oven function may be selected.

2.

Push buttons “recipes” (2) and

“temperature” (4) simultaneously until the display indicates “CHILD LOCK”. The child lock is now activated.

Deactivate child lock

Push buttons “recipes” (2) and “temperature” (4) simultaneously until “CHILD LOCK” in the display goes out. The child lock is now deactivated and the oven is ready for operation again.

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5.7.9.4 Button lock

For saving all set oven functions against unintentional re-adjusting.

Activate button lock

1.

If necessary switch on appliance with main switch.

2.

Select oven function.

3.

Push buttons “recipes” (2) and

“temperature” (4) simultaneously until the display indicates “PROGRAM SAVING”. The button lock is now activated.

Deactivate button lock

Push buttons “recipes” (2) and “temperature” (4) simultaneously for approx. 2 seconds. The button lock is deactivated automatically when the appliance is switched off.

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5.8

Operation of hot plates

front left rear left rear right front right

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hot plates knobs

You can set cooking levels in the ranges 1 – 9.

Intermediate positions are possible in the ranges 2 –7. They are marked with a point.

1 = lowest capacity

9 = highest capacity

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5.8.1

Set cooking level

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Select capacity for initial cooking/roasting.

When vapour has formed resp. the fat is hot set back to desired cooking level.

To finish cooking process turn back to OFF position.

5.8.2

Connect double-tuned/roast cooking zone

The button for the double-tuned or roast cooking zone is activated to the right direction and must not be turned beyond the stop!

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Turn button for the double-tuned/roast cooking zone to the right direction. Turn via position 9 and beyond a slight resistance to the symbol K to a clearly noticeable stop.

Afterwards turn back to desired cooking level.

For finishing the cooking process turn back to OFF position.

When the double-tuned/roast cooking zone is activated another time, the bigger heating circuit must be connected again.

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6.

6.1

Technical equipment

Fan running on function

The appliances switch on automatically as soon as the baking oven is started. After having switched off the baking oven, the cooling fan continues to operate in order to cool down the appliance.

Important: All appliances of this series are provided with this running on function.

In appliances with pyrolysis there is a resistance built in additionally (figure 1). The resistance is bypassed with pyrolysis operation. Thereby the cross flow fan is running at a higher speed as long as the function is in operation.

Control:

Appliances without timer 1): control via Klixon, position left beside top heat/grill combi

Appliances with timer

Appliances with electronic:

1) appliances with meat probe display and minute minder

2): control via limiter

2) Set timer and full automatic timer – 6 push buttons control via power board

Fig. 1 Resistance increased speed

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6.2

Pyrolytic system

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-

selfcleaning system temperature is heated up to 500°C where any food soilage is reduced to ash and can be simply wiped off cleaning without any effort no chemical agents needed

P1

P2

P3

heating time

150 min

120 min

90 min

locking

11 min at 312 °C

11 min at 312 °C

11 min at 312 °C

6.2.1

Heating curves

Pyrolytic system with Prisma Basic Powerboard

° C

500

400

D o o r l o c k e d

300

200

100 unlocking

at 204 °C after 180 min at 204 °C after 150 min at 204 °C after 120 min

H e a t i n g s w i t c h e s o f f

D o o r o p e n e d

C o o l i n g p h a s e

A m b i e n t t e m p e r a t u r e

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P 2 m i n

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Pyrolytic system with Prisma High Powerboard

° C

500

H e a t i n g s w i t c h e s o f f

400

C o o l i n g p h a s e

300

200

D o o r l o c k e d

100

m in

A m b i e n t t e m p e r a t u r e

D o o r o p e n e d

P3 P2 P1

The cooling fan is running at a high speed until the time of unlocking has been reached, after that at a low speed.

At approx. 130°C residual heat in the muffle it switches off.

6.3

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Measure against wrong electrical connection

Only appliances with electronic oven controls Prisma Basic, Standard and High have this detection

400 V are detected by the micro processor

The micro processor switches into an fault mode.

The wrong connection is indicated in the display by fault mode F7 (Prisma Standard and

Prisma High), in case of appliances with Prisma Basic Powerboard by flashing signal lights

No heater is connected with voltage

During that time it is possible to connect the cooker correctly

After correct connection all functions are normal

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6.3.1

Versions of connection

Variant number Model Changes from the base number

33021-13-09

33021-13-08

33021-13-07

33021-13-06

33021-13-05

33021-13-04

33021-13-03

33021-13-02

33021-13-01

Century connection plate for mains 230 V

Century connection plate for mains 200V

1N -oven

1N -cooker

Century connection plate for mains 200V 1N -oven

Century connection plate for mains230V..240V 1N -cooker+oven

Century connection plate for mains 400V 3 -cooker

Century connection plate for mains 230V

Century connection plate for mains 400V

Century connection plate for mains 400V

Century connection plate for mains 40V

3 -cooker+oven

3N -cooker

3N -oven

3N -cooker

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6.4

Thermal link

6.4.1

Thermal link (figure: appliance without pyrolytic system)

With all appliances there is a thermal link at the left side at the air duct which switches off the appliance in case of an overheating.

Fig. Thermal link (Klixon)

6.4.2

Thermal link (figure appliance with pyrolytic system)

With all appliances there is a thermal link at the left side at the air duct which switches off the appliance in case of an overheating.

Fig. thermal link (Klixon)

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6.5

Automatic switch-off oven

The baking oven switches off automatically unless the temperature was modified or switched off by hand before.

Temperature

30 - 119°C

120 - 199°C

200 - 249°C

250 - 280°C 1,5h

switch off after:

5,5h

8,5h

12,5h

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7.

7.1

Fault diagnosis/What to do if …?

Fault code for Prisma electronics

yellow light is flashing

1X cannot lock

2X cannot unlock

4X temperature sensor defective

5X basic temperature too high

6X electronic too hot

7X wrong connection the red light is only flashing as a counter, interval 10 sec.

7.2

Fault codes

Codes from F0 - F9 indicating faults on display enabling service to make quick diagnosis thus saving time and money.

display

Prisma standard

fault

F1

F2

F3

F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F9

reason measure

DOOR LOCK ALARM Door can not be locked Moving the knob to 0 position

DOOR UNLOCK

ALARM

EEPROM

CONFIGURATION

ALARM

Door can not be unlocked

If achecksum error of

E2PROM occurs

Moving the knob to 0 position

When the alarm condition comes back the oven goes in

StandBy/Safe status depending on the knob position

BROKEN SENSOR

ALARM

TOO HIGH

TEMPERATURE

ALARM

BOARD

TEMPERATURE

ALARM

Problem with temperatur sensor (e. g. open or short circuit)

To high temperature

(cavity)

To high on board temperature

High voltage alarm

Moving the knob to 0 position

Moving the knob to 0 position

When the alarm condition comes back the oven goes in

StandBy/Safe status depending on the knob position

Power Supply reset HIGH VOLTAGE

ALARM

ADSI

COMMUNICATION

ALARM

POWER BOARD

RESET ALARM

No communication between PB and UI

Reset-Alarm

When the alarm condition comes back the oven goes in

StandBy/Safe status depending on the knob position

Power Supply reset or pressing main switch

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F4

F5

F6

F7

F8

F1

F2

F3

F9

display

Prisma High

F0

fault reason measure

IIC EEPROM

READ/WRITE ALARM

Read/Write-Error

E2PROM

Power Supply reset, if the alarm occurs reading the main user interface configuration

(just after power on); otherwise switching off the oven by the Main

Switch.

DOOR LOCK ALARM Door can not be locked Switch off the oven by

Main Switch

DOOR UNLOCK

ALARM

EEPROM

CONFIGURATION

ALARM

BROKEN SENSOR

ALARM

TOO HIGH

TEMPERATURE

ALARM

BOARD

TEMPERATURE

ALARM

Door can not be unlocked

If a chechsum error of

E2PROM occurs

Problem with temperature sensor (e. g. open or short circuit)

To high temperature

(cavity)

To high on board temperature

High voltage alarm

Switch off the oven by

Main Switch

When the alarm condition comes back the oven goes in Off status

Switch off the oven by

Main Switch

Switch off the oven by

Main Switch

When the alarm condition comes back the oven goes in Off status

Power Supply reset HIGH VOLTAGE

ALARM

ADSI

COMMUNICATION

ALARM

POWER BOARD

RESET ALARM

No communication between PB and UI

Reset-Alarm

When the alarm condition comes back the oven goes in Off status

Power Supply reset

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7.3

Measuring the temperature sensor

If a failure at the temperature sensor is assumed, the resistance can be checked by means of an ohmmeter.

The resistance of the temperature sensor should be 500 – 600 ohms at room temperature.

Make sure to measure the insulation resistance between the metallic housing and each connection terminal.

The resistance should be higher than 2 MOhms.

Abb. Measuring the temperature sensor

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7.4

Prisma standard (Italy)

7.4.1

Demo mode

-

-

5 sec. simultaneously

Both buttons have to be pressed simultaneously for 5 sec. while turning the right hand shuttle to the right stop. Buzzer rings and a red arrow appears on position time of day.

Deactivation vice versa

7.5

Prisma high

7.5.1

Demo mode built-under

13.30

2

P r i s m a h i g h

-

-

-

-

-

In ON mode

Pressing pressing these three buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.

Beep sounds

Arrow before “time of day - indication” is visible

Deactivation vice versa

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7.5.2

Demo mode built-in

-

-

-

-

-

ON mode

Pressing pressing the three buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds.

Beep sounds

Arrow before “time of day - indication” is visible

Deactivation vice versa

7.6

Door lock test

7.6.1

Prisma Basic

Activation

To get access to the door lock test the user must carry out following steps:

1.

Switch on oven, whereas the oven function selection must not be in 0 position (oven switches into OVEN-SAFE state). By setting the oven function selector to 0 you can leave this state (see chapter – LEAVE PROCESS). In all other positions in the OVEN-SAFE state you can actuate the selector freely without that the oven executes any function.

2.

Turn oven function selector to oven function 9.

3.

Set temperature selector to max position.

4.

Set oven function selector to oven function 1.

5.

Set temperature selector to zero position.

At this stage the oven is in the “service mode” (OVEN-SERV-TEST state). This information is transferred to the user by a change of the LED display from OVEN_SAFE state (control light on, temperature light flashing at 1 Hz) into another indication with the control light flashing at 1 Hz and the temperature light being off.

Any of the steps 3, 4 and 5 has to be done within a short time (10 seconds) after the last step. If these individual steps are not done by the user within the time limit, the entry process will be stopped. In this case the oven remains in the OVEN_SAFE state and the entry process can be started anew again from step 2 on.

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6.

Set selector to position 2 in order to start the door lock test.

Deactivation

The door lock test can be stopped by setting the selector from position 2 to another position

(except to 0).

When the user sets the selector to 0 position, the oven leaves the SERVICE_MODE and goes into the OVEN-STD-BY mode.

When the user does not actuate the regulator during the SERVICE_MODE for longer than 5 minutes, the oven leaves the SERVICE_MODE and goes into the normal OVEN_SAFE state.

This is to prevent that the user can leave the oven in the SERVICE_MODE.

In any case, the SERVICE_MODE is cancelled when the oven is switched off.

7.6.2

Prisma Standard and Prisma High

Status of appliance connected, no time of day set simultaneous actuation, until buzzer rings 3 times, of following buttons:

MINUS, MEAT PROBE, RECIPES

Process of test cycle

When the corresponding buttons have been activated, a triple buzzer signal rings after approx. 3 sec, the test cycle starts. After approx. 3 – 4 sec the door is locked, the cooling fan starts running at a high speed. After approx. 40 – 50 sec the door is unlocked automatically, the fan stops.

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8.

Wiring diagrams

Fig. Powerboard Prisma standard / Prisma high-Input

1 st

PT500

Meat probe

Main switch or door switch

Telescopic runner micro switch temperature sensor 1 meat thermometer

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Fig. Powerboard Prisma standard / Prisma high-Output

Main Supply

Switched Phase f2: thermal protection for the whole appliance to avoid heating overload

Cooling fan

Small Loads

Low speed

High speed

Oven Lamps

Input unlock

Door Lock f11:thermal protection to unable door unlock during oven high temp.

Input lock

Grill heater

Top heater

Bottom heater

Rear Heater

Heating Elements

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PT500

1

2

3

J303

MASTER SWITCH

TELESCOPIC RUNNER

SWITCH

KNOB 1 :

OVEN FUNCTION a

SELECTOR c b

KNOB 2 :

OVEN TEMPERATURE a

SETTING c b

Red Led : T° lamp

Oven heating or

High temperature

J300

1 2 3 4

J301

1 2 3 4 5 6

1

Yellow Led : Pilot lamp

Hob active or Oven function selected

2

3 4

J302

Input

Filter

Input

Filter

GND GND

SWITCH INTERFACE BLOCK

GND

Input

Filter

P5V

Input

Filter

P5V

ROTARY INTERFACE BLOCK

GND

P5V P5V

P5V

R ref

GND GND

V ref

TIME MEASUREMENT INTERFACE BLOCK

P5V

Digital Inputs

Digital Output

Digital Timer Input

Analog Inputs

Microprocessor

Block

Digital Ouputs

Watchdog Output

Reset

Digital Outputs

Clock Input

Analog

Input

Tx

Rx

SUPPLY VOLTAGE SUPERVISOR

&

WATCHDOG BLOCK

CLOCK

BLOCK

GND

GND

LED LAMP INTERFACE BLOCK

SERIAL INTERFACE BLOCK

E2PROM PROGRAMMATION

BOARD THERMAL PROTECTION

INTERFACE BLOCK

NTC

Fig. Power board input Prisma basic

PT500

Master switch

Telescopic runner switch

Knob 1: Oven function selector

Knob 2: Oven temperature setting

Red lamp: T° lamp, oven heating or high temperature

Yellow lamp: Pilot lamp, hob active or oven function selected

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1

N

M

Cooling Fan

M f2 : Thermal protection for fhe whole appliance to avoid heating overload

SWITCHED PHASE

1

PT203

1

PT209

2

PT210

3

PT216

Cooking Fan

4

5 6 7 8

PT207 PT211 PT206 PT208

Oven Lamps

2 f11 : thermal protection to unable door unlock

during oven high T°

34

4

3

33

1

2

PT200 PT201 PT202

3

4 5

PT204 PT205

6

Main Relay

Block

P12V

K204

Triacs protection

Block

Cooling fan & Coking fan & Oven lamps Output Interface Block

T204

T202 T200 T206

HEATING

ELEMENTS

T208

Doorlock

Input / Output

Interface Block

Input

Filter

GND

K203

P12V

PT215

1

PT214

2

3 4

5

PT212 PT213

P12V

Heaters

Interface Block

P12V P12V

K202 K200 K201

2

Overload protection

Block

3

P

Tabs inside Board : output to hob switchs

input from hob switchs

400 V

Voltage detection

& Protection

POWER SUPPLY BLOCK

Regulator

+

Filter

Hob pilot lamp interface &

Main supply voltage monitoring Block

To µP Analog Input

P12V

P5V

GND

Microprocessor Block

&

Rast 2.5 mm Input / Output Block

Fig. Power board output Prisma basic

Main Supply

Switched Phase f2: thermal protection for the whole appliance to avoid heating overload

Cooling fan

Low speed

High speed

Oven Lamps

Input unlock f11:thermal protection to unable door unlock during oven high temp.

Input lock

Grill heater

Top heater

Bottom heater

Rear Heater

Heating Elements

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1.

2.

3.

4.

9.

9.1

Service tips

Unhinging and dismantling the baking oven door

Unhinging the baking oven door

Open the door fully.

Tilt open the clamping lever at both door hinges completely (1).

Hold door sides with both hands and close for approx. ¾ overriding the resistance (2).

Withdraw door from baking oven.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Hinging the baking oven door

Hold door sides with both hands seen from the handle side.

Keep door at an angle of 60°.

Push in door hinges into the two recesses at the bottom of the baking oven as far as they will go

(1).

Lift door upwards until a resistance is felt and then open it fully (2).

Tilt back the clamping levers into their initial position at the door hinges (3)

1.

2.

3.

Demounting the top door glass

Unhinge baking oven door.

Hold top glass pane at its lower edge and push it towards the baking oven door handle against the spring pressure until it is exposed on bottom. (1).

Lift pane from below and withdraw (2).

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1.

2.

Demounting the middle door glass

Hold middle glass pane at its lower edge and push it towards the baking oven door handle against the spring pressure until it is exposed on bottom (1).

Lift and withdraw pane (2).

1.

2.

Inserting the middle door glass

Insert middle glass pane into the door section at the handle side inclined from top (1).

Lower glass pane (2) and push it towards the bottom edge of door as far as it goes below the bottom holder.

1.

2.

Inserting the top door glass

Insert top glass pane into the door section at the handle side inclined from top (1).

Lower pane (2). Place pane at the handle side in front of the holding section of the bottom edge of door against the spring force and push it below the holding section.

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9.2

Dismounting timer, electronics, control and display elements

Preliminary working processes

1.

Loosen both fixing screws right and left of the front cover half of the two-part case cover.

2.

Take off front cover half.

3.

Remove all existing control knobs.

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4.

Cut silicone stripe between control panel and panel support.

5.

Remove control panel forward, which is fixed additionally by springs right and left at the panel support.

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6.

Loosen and remove fixing screws right and left from the panel support.

7.

Lift panel support vertically

(approx. 1 cm), because it is hinged at the front frame right and left. After that you can take out panel support including function parts forward and, if necessary, turn it away backward.

locking hook

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9.2.1

Dismounting mechanical minute minder

Preliminary working processes (1.,

2., 3.)

1.

Loosen both fixing screws.

2.

Remove mechanical minute minder.

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9.2.2

Dismounting meat probe display/minute minder and full automatic timer (6 push buttons)

Preliminary working processes (1.,

2., 3., 4., 5., 7., 8.)

1.

Turn panel support with function parts backward.

2.

Push in existing locking hooks slightly with a screwdriver.

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3.

Take out complete unit from the panel support. After removing all lines you can exchange the timer.

9.2.3

Dismounting set timer

Preliminary working processes (1.,

2., 3., 4., 5., 7., 8.)

1.

Turn panel support with function parts backward.

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2.

Push in existing locking hooks slightly with a screwdriver.

3.

Remove complete unit from the panel support.

After disconnecting all lines you can exchange the timer.

9.2.4

Dismounting analogue timer Nostalgie

Preliminary working processes (1.,

2., 3., 7., 8.)

1.

Loosen both fixing screws of the analogue timer Nostalgie below the switch panel.

After disconnecting all lines you can take out the timer from the switch panel.

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9.2.5

Dismounting oven electronics Prisma Standard and Prisma High

Preliminary working processes (1.,

2., 4., 5., 6.)

1.

Remove locking hooks above.

2.

Move electronic module to the right (seen from the front).

3.

Remove electronic.

After disconnecting all lines you can exchange the electronic.

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9.3

Dismounting oven electronic Prisma Basic

1.

Loosen the 4 fixing screws at the case cover.

2.

Disconnect lines.

9.4

Dismounting temperature sensor

After removing the oven rear wall.

Loosen both fixing screws and remove temperature sensor.

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9.5

Dismounting door lock

The door lock is in the front left in the cooker. You have access from the top.

1.

Loosen lateral fixing screws.

2.

Remove door lock.

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9.6

Dismounting hot air motor

1.

Loosen fixing screws at the oven rear wall.

2.

Loosen fixing screws and remove cover plate.

3.

Loosen cap nut and remove fan wheel.

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4.

Bend up locking at the cross traverse.

5.

Loosen bayonet locking by turning the motor counterclockwise. Remove motor.

9.7

Dismounting mechanical door lock

1.

Figure mechanic door lock and locking of door.

2.

Remove rubber pin, by which the locking at the front frame of the cooker is fixed.

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3.

Remove locking in direction of the appliance inner side.

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