SelfCookingCenter® Original operating instructions

SelfCookingCenter
Original operating instructions
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2-year warranty
We offer a 24-month warranty valid from the date of initial installation, provided
that your appliance is fully and correctly registered with us. You can do this
comfortably online at www.rational-online.com/warranty or by sending us
the postcard attached to this manual. The warranty excludes glass damage,
light bulbs and seals as well as damage caused by improper installation, use,
maintenance, repair or descaling.
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Dear customers,
Congratulations on your new SelfCookingCenter .
Please carefully read the manual prior to initial start-up.
Thanks to its intuitive visual control concept, you will achieve excellent results with your
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SelfCookingCenter with hardly any time or expense spent on user training.
We give a 24-month warranty from the date of initial installation, providing the warranty
registration has been filled in and completed. The warranty excludes glass damage, light
bulbs and seals as well as damage caused by improper installation, use, maintenance,
repair or descaling.
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We hope you enjoy using your SelfCookingCenter .
Your
RATIONAL AG
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We reserve the right to make technical changes in the interest of progress!
Dealer:
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Contents
Explanation of the pictograms
12
Initial start-up
13
Safety Instructions
15
Liability
18
Care, inspection, maintenance and repair
20
Function parts
23
Notes on using your appliance
24
Working with the core temperature probe
27
Working with the hand shower
29
Notes on using the USB interface
30
General operation
31
General notes
31
Help function
33
Explanation of pictograms
33
Overview of the cooking modes
34
Display after switching on the appliance
34
Overview of the cooking modes
The different modes
iCookingControl
36
36
38
iCC cockpit display
38
Explanation of pictograms
38
Information and requests during the cooking process
38
Options after end of cooking
38
iCC - Cockpit
41
iCC Monitor
41
iCC Messenger
41
Example: Chicken
41
Contents
Top 10
47
Combi-steamer mode
48
Pictogram explanation
48
Steam
50
Hot air
51
Combination of steam and hot air
53
ClimaPlus ®
55
Time setting or continuous operation
56
Manual Preheat
56
Manual humidification
58
Air speed
58
Delta-T cooking
60
Cool down
62
Programming mode
64
Explanation of pictograms
64
Image view
64
Sort and filter functions
67
Saving while the unit is running
68
Programming - iCookingControl mode
69
Programming - Combi-steamer mode
71
Programming - iLC mode
73
Start the program
75
Check program steps
75
Programming mode
77
Create a group
77
Programming mode
78
Assign a group
78
Contents
Change program
79
Copy program
81
Delete program
82
Delete all programs
82
Additional attributes
83
Order
83
iLevelControl
85
Explanation of pictograms
85
Upload foods into the selection window
87
Save iLC cooking program
87
Save iLC cooking process
87
Load the food and start.
87
Delete foods
90
Save shopping baskets
91
iLevelControl
92
Working with the Option 3-core temperature probes
92
Efficient CareControl
94
Care and soiling status display
94
Cleaning request
96
Start clean
97
Cleaning stages
101
CleanJet ® +care failure
102
MySCC appliance configuration
103
MySCC - Favourites
104
MySCC - Settings
105
Language
105
Date and time
105
Contents
Cooking time format
107
Realtime format
107
Time remaining/target time display
107
Cooking chamber lighting
109
Cooking chamber lighting without rack signalling function
109
MySCC - Settings
110
Lighting settings for a SelfCookingCenter XS Type 6 2/3
110
Cooking chamber lighting
110
With the door open
110
MySCC - Settings
112
Lighting settings for appliances with the rack signalling function.
112
Cooking chamber lighting
112
Dimming the LED lighting door
112
Rack signalling
112
Flashing signal to prompt an action
112
With the door open
112
Temperature unit
115
Display brightness
115
Shut-off delay of condensation hood
115
À la carte plate weight
115
Banquet plate weight
115
Number of racks
115
Order of racks
115
Climate retention time
115
MySCC - Acoustics
117
Master volume
117
Keypad sound
117
Contents
Keypad sound volume
117
Loading/action request
117
Program step end
117
End of cooking time
117
Process interruption/error found
117
Acoustics factory setting
117
MySCC - System Management
119
Download HACCP data
119
Download information data
121
Download service data
123
Download program
124
Upload program
124
Delete all programs
124
Download profile
126
Upload profile
126
Download image
128
Upload images
128
Delete all own images
128
Ergonomic control of a second appliance on the screen
130
Network settings
132
Advanced settings for ConnectedCooking
132
MySCC - ConnectedCooking
134
Register the unit
134
ConnectedCooking settings
134
IP addresses
136
MySCC - System Management
137
Appliance's default settings: Download | Upload
137
Contents
MySCC - MyEnergy
138
50% energy
138
Automatic dimming
139
Climate retention time
140
Loading retention time
141
MySCC - MyEnergy
142
Energy consumption display
142
Download energy consumption by batches
142
Download energy consumption analysis
142
Standard unit
142
Energy Messenger
142
MySCC - Expert Settings
144
Pre-program start time
144
Probe reading core temperature
146
Recording mode
147
Open the record program
147
Forced cleaning
151
MySCC - Expert Settings
153
Cleaning agenda
153
Cleaning agenda mode
153
Cleaning Monday to Sunday
153
Delay time with compulsory cleaning
153
Limit core temperature
155
Messages
158
Monitoring door opening time in loading and cooking
160
MySCC - MyDisplay
Activate/change profile
162
162
Contents
Upload profile
162
Download profile
162
Edit profile
162
Add new profile
162
MySCC - MyDisplay - Example
170
MySCC - Service
180
Information on appliance type/software
180
ChefLine
180
Service hotline
180
LAN cable connection
181
Communication
183
Networking appliances with the RATIONAL Remote App
Domestic technology
183
185
Cleaning the glass panes and the LED covers
185
Servicing the air filter
185
Replacing the door seal
185
Replacing the lamps
185
Descaling the moisturing nozzle
189
Fault messages
191
Before you call Service:
196
EU Declaration of Conformity
199
Explanation of the pictograms
Danger!
Warning!
Caution!
Imminently hazardous
situation, which, if not
avoided, will result in severe
injuries or death.
Potentially hazardous
situation, which, if not
avoided, may result in
serious injury or death.
Potentially hazardous
situation, which, if not
avoided, may result in slight
or minor injuries.
Corrosive
substances
Risk of fire!
Risk of burning!
Note:
Damage may be caused if
this is ignored.
Handy tips for everyday
use.
The highest rack height is a
maximum of 160 cm.
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Read the manual carefully
prior to initial start-up.
Initial start-up
Please read the manual carefully prior to initial start-up.
During initial start-up of your new appliance, you will be requested to start an automatic oneoff self-test. This self-test takes about 45 minutes and is used to adapt the appliance to the
specific environmental conditions. Please note the following:
- For the self-test to be carried out, all the packaging materials must be have been removed
from the appliance; check the grid shelves and the air baffle for a correct fit.
- The appliance must be connected in accordance with the installation instructions.
- For appliance sizes 6 x 2/3, 6 x 1/1, 10 x 1/1, 6 x 2/1 and 10 x 2/1 GN place a flat GN
container with the opening facing downwards into the centre of the grid shelves.
- For the appliance size 20 x 1/1 and 20 x 2/1 GN place two GN containers in the mobile
oven rack. Place one flat GN container with the opening facing downwards in the centre
in front of both the upper and lower fan wheel.
- For further details please follow the instructions shown on the display and the installation
manual.
Risk of fire!
Remove the packaging material, starter kit as well as grids and containers.
The cooking chamber door must not be opened during the self-test. Opening the cooking
chamber door will lead to failure of the self-test. Restart the self-test by switching the appliance
off. Always allow a hot appliance to cool down first. If the test is interrupted you will be
requested next day by the appliance to start the self-test again.
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Initial start-up
step
info/button
1
START
4
Follow the instructions on the display. Press
the button to start the self-test.
Select type of connection to normal or soft
water.
2
3
instructions
Next
Click “Next” to confirm.
The following test will take place automatically.
The status is displayed in the upper field, the
time remaining until the self-test has been
completed is shown in the lower time field.
Where gas appliances are used, exhaust gas measurement must always be carried out when
the self-test has been completed.
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Safety Instructions
Keep this manual in a safe place so that it can always be consulted by anyone using the
appliance.
This appliance may not be used by children or people with limited physical, sensor or mental
capacity or those without the necessary experience and/or knowledge, unless such people
are supervised by a person who is responsible for their safety. Unless this category of persons
is supervised by someone responsible for safety and who knows about the hazards of the
unit. Surfaces and accessories can be hot, please remember this when supervising. Cleaning
and user maintenance may not be undertaken by children even under supervision.
Operate using hands only. Damage caused by the use of pointed, sharp or other objects will
invalidate the warranty.
We recommend regular training of your staff to avoid the risk of accident or damage to the
appliance. Operators must also receive regular safety instruction.
In the event that the connection cable becomes damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, a service agent or qualified specialists to prevent any hazards or damages
to the appliance.
If the appliance is installed in a position where the highest rack is higher than 160 cm, the
supplied sticker must be affixed to the appliance.
Warning!
Daily checks before switching on and use
- Lock the air baffle at the top and bottom as per the instructions - risk of injury from the
rotating fan wheel.
- Make sure that the hanging racks or mobile oven rack are correctly locked in place in the
cooking chamber - containers with hot liquids can fall through or slip out of the cooking
chamber - risk of combustion.
- Make sure that there are no cleaning tab residues in the cooking chamber before you start
cooking with the appliance. Thoroughly rinse away any cleaning tab residues with the hand
shower - risk of chemical burns.
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Safety Instructions
Warning!
Specific national and regional standards and regulations which concern the installation and
operation of commercial cooking appliances must be complied with.
Incorrect installation, servicing, maintenance, cleaning or modifications to the appliance
may result in damage, injury or death. Read these operating instructions carefully before
you start to use the appliance.
This appliance must only be used to cook food in catering establishments. Any other use is
not intended and is therefore considered dangerous.
It must not be used to cook food containing flammable materials (such as food with
alcohol). Substances with a low flash point can ignite spontaneously - risk of fire.
Cleaning and descaling products and the associated accessories must only be used for
the purposes described in this manual. Any other use is not intended and is therefore
considered dangerous.
In case of damage to the glass plate, please replace the entire plate immediately.
IEC 60417-6332 certification allows the setting up of the electric version of the combisteamer in humid and warm environments.
Warning!
Smoking food in the appliance
Smoking food in the appliance may only be done using the original RATIONAL smoking
accessory, VarioSmoker.
Warning!
No objects on the appliance ceiling.
Do not place any objects on the appliance ceiling. Risk of injury if they fall down.
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Safety Instructions
Warning!
Gas appliances only
- If your appliance is installed under an extractor hood, this must be switched on when the
appliance is in use - combustion gases!
- If your appliance is connected to a chimney, the flue duct must be cleaned in compliance
with specific regional regulations - risk of fire! (Contact your installer).
- Do not put objects on your appliance's exhaust pipes - risk of fire!
- Do not let objects block or obstruct the area below the appliance's base - risk of fire!
- The appliance must only be used in still conditions - risk of fire!
What to do if you smell gas:
- Shut off the gas supply immediately!
- Do not touch any electrical controls!
- Make sure the room is well ventilated!
- Avoid naked flames or sparking!
- Use an external telephone to notify the appropriate gas supplier (if the gas supplier is
unobtainable call the nearest fire station)
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Safety instructions and liability
Warning!
Safety instructions during use
- If containers are filled with liquid or contents which liquefy during cooking, only use rack
levels at a height at which the user can see into the slide-in containers – risk of burns.
There is a warning sticker enclosed with the unit.
- Always open the cooking cabinet door very slowly (hot vapors) – risk of burns.
- Always wear thermal protective clothing to hold accessories and other objects in the hot
cooking cabinet – risk of burns.
- The external temperatures of the unit may exceed 60 °C. Only touch the unit at the controls
– risk of burns.
- Hand shower and hand shower water may be hot – risk of burns.
- Cool-down mode – Do not use the cool down function unless the air baffle has been locked
correctly – risk of injury.
- Do not touch the fan wheel – risk of injury.
- Cleaning – aggressive chemical fluid – risk of chemical burns. Always wear the correct
protective clothing, safety goggles, gloves and facemask during cleaning. Follow the safety
instructions in the “Cleaning / Efficient CareControl” section.
- Do not store highly flammable or combustible materials near the unit – risk of fire.
- Apply the parking brakes on mobile units and mobile oven racks when these are not being
moved. Racks could roll away on uneven floors – risk of injury.
- If mobile oven racks are used, you must always apply the container lock. Cover any
containers with liquids to prevent the hot liquid spilling out - Risk of burns.
- The transport trolley must be correctly fixed to the unit when you load and remove the
mobile plate rack or mobile oven rack – risk of injury.
- Mobile oven racks, mobile plate racks, transport trolleys and units on casters can tip over
when being moved over an inclined plane or threshold – risk of injury.
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Safety instructions and liability
Liability
Installations and repairs that are not carried out by authorised specialists or using genuine
spare parts, and any technical change that is not approved by the manufacturer will invalidate
the manufacturer’s warranty and product liability.
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Care, inspection, maintenance and repair
In order to retain the high quality of the stainless steel, for hygienic reasons and to avoid
interferences to operation, the appliance must be cleaned daily or when prompted to clean.
Follow the instructions in the "Efficient CareControl" section.
Constant operation at high cooking chamber temperatures (≥ 260°C), the use of high
browning levels (browning 4/5) and preparation of food with high fat and gelatin content can
subject the cooking chamber seal to faster wear.
Cleaning the cooking chamber seal daily with a non-abrasive rinsing agent will prolong the
service life.
Warning!
If the appliance is not cleaned or is not cleaned well enough, deposits of grease or
food residues in the cooking chamber may catch fire - Risk of fire.
- If fat deposits and/or food waste in the cooking chamber ignite, shut down the appliance
immediately and keep the cooking chamber door closed to put out the fire! If further
extinguishing is required, disconnect the appliance from the mains and use a fire
extinguisher (do not use water to extinguish a fat fire!).
- To avoid corrosion in the cooking chamber, your appliance must be cleaned every day,
even if it is only operated in “Moist Heat” (steaming) mode.
- Do not use a high pressure cleaner, steam cleaner or a direct water jet to clean the
appliance. Observe the protection class IPx5.
- Do not treat the appliance with acids or expose to acid fumes – this will damage the
passivated coating of the nickel-chromium steel and the appliances might discolour.
- To clean the exterior panelling, only use mild household cleaning agents such as washingup liquid on a damp soft cloth. Corrosive or irritating substances must not be used.
- Only use cleaning agents from the appliance manufacturer. Cleaning agents from other
manufacturers can damage the appliance. Damage to a device that has been caused by
using different cleaning and care products than those recommended by the manufacturer
is not covered under warranty.
- Do not use scouring products or abrasive cleaning agents.
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Care, inspection, maintenance and repair
Warning!
Inlet filter maintenance The device automatically detects if the air filter is dirty. You will receive
a service message and prompt to clean or replace the air filter when it is dirty. The appliance
may only be operated with an air filter. When replacing the air filter, please take into account
the following specifications:
Appliance size 6 x 2/3 GN, 6 x 1/1 GN, 6 x 2/1 GN, 10 x 1/1 GN
and 10 x 2/1 GN
Air filter article number 6 x 2/3 GN: 40.04.771
Air filter article number
6 x 1/1 GN, 6 x 2/1 GN, 10 x 1/1 GN, 10 x 2/1 GN: 40.03.461
This air filter may only be removed and cleaned by the user. When replacing the filter, make
sure that the air filter carefully locks into the correct position. To replace the air filter, please
follow the instructions in the "Domestic technology" section.
Appliance size 20 x 1/1 GN and 20 x 2/1 GN
This air filter may only be replaced by an authorised service partner.
Note! The appliance is only guaranteed protection against sprayed water if the filter and cover
are assembled correctly.
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Care, inspection, maintenance and repair
Inspection, maintenance and repair
Danger - high voltage
- Inspection, maintenance and repair work must only be carried out by trained technicians.
- The appliance must be switched off at the mains for cleaning (apart from CleanJet ® +care
cleaning) and for inspection, maintenance or repair work.
- If the appliance is installed on casters (mobile), freedom of movement must be restricted
so that power, water and drainage pipes cannot be damaged when the appliance is
moved. If the appliance is moved, make sure that power, water and drainage lines are
correctly disconnected. If the appliance is returned to its original position, make sure that
the retention device, energy, water and drainage pipes are correctly attached.
- Your appliance should be serviced by an authorised service partner at least once a year
to ensure that it remains in perfect working order.
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Function parts
Appliance number
(only visible when the door is open)
Flow guard (optional)
(for gas appliances only)
Cooking chamber lighting
Appliance door with triple glazing
Door handle
Table-top
appliances:
One-handed
operation with sure-shut function
Standalone appliances: One-handed
operation
Unlocking mechanism to open the
triple-glazed door (inside)
Integrated and self-emptying door drip
tray (inside)
Appliance drip tray with direct
connection to the drain
Appliance feet (height adjustable)
Type plate
(contains important data such as power
consumption, gas type, voltage, number
of phases and frequency as well as
appliance type, appliance number and
option number)
Control panel
Cover for the electric installation space
Central dial
Hand shower (with automatic return)
Positioning aid (stand-alone appliances)
Air filter for table-top appliance
(installation space inlet)
Air filter for stand-alone appliance
(installation space inlet, back of appliance)
Drawer/flap for care tabs
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Notes on using your appliance
- Avoid having heat sources (e.g. grill plates, deep-fat fryers etc.) near the appliance.
- Only use the appliance in areas with a room temperature of between +5 °C to +40 °C. For
ambient temperatures of less than + 5 °C, you must heat the cooking chamber to room
temperature (> + 5 °C) before starting.
- As soon as you open the cooking chamber door, the heating and fan wheel shut down
automatically. The integral fan wheel brake is activated. The fan wheel keeps running for
a brief period only.
- A drip tray should always be inserted under the food when grilling and roasting (e.g.
chicken) in order to catch the fat.
- Only use genuine heatproof accessories made by the appliance manufacturer.
- Always clean accessories before use.
- Leave the appliance door slightly open if it is going to be idle for a prolonged period (e.g.
overnight).
- The cooking chamber door has a sure shut function; the door of the floor appliance is not
closed tight unless the door handle is vertical.
- For long stoppages (e.g. non-work day), shut off the water, power and gas supplies to
the appliance.
- At the end of its service life, the appliance must not be disposed of with the general waste.
We will be happy to help you with the disposal of your appliance. You can reach our
technical customer services at: +49 8191 327333
If the appliance is without voltage or switched off for less than 15 minutes, the
process being executed will continue from where it was interrupted.
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Notes on using your appliance
Max. load sizes depending on appliance size
6 x 2/3 GN
6 x 1/1 GN
6 x 2/1 GN
10 x 1/1 GN
10 x 2/1 GN
20 x 1/1 GN
20 x 2/1 GN
20 kg
30 kg
60 kg
45 kg
90 kg
90 kg
180 kg
(max. 10 kg for each rack)
(max. 15 kg for each rack)
(max. 30 kg for each rack)
(max. 15 kg for each rack)
(max. 30 kg for each rack)
(max. 15 kg for each rack)
(max. 30 kg for each rack)
If the maximum load sizes are exceeded, this can damage the appliance.
Please note the maximum load sizes for food in the application manual.
Table-top appliances with hanging racks
(6 x 1/1 GN, 6 x 2/1 GN, 10 x 1/1 GN, 10 x 2/1 GN)
- To remove, raise the hanging rack slightly in the middle.
Pull it out of the front, lower locking mechanism and
then from the top locking mechanism.
- Swivel the hanging rack to the middle of the cooking
chamber.
- Lift the hanging rack out of its fixing by lifting it up.
Reverse the above sequence to reset.
Table-top appliance 6 x 2/3 GN with hanging rack
- To remove the right hanging rack, hold the top of
the hanging rack and press it upwards. The hanging
rack releases from the 2 locking pins and can now be
removed.
- To install the hanging rack, align the hooks on the
hanging rack with the locking pins and press down on
the hooks until they engage in the locking bolts.
- To remove the left hanging rack, raise it slightly and
swivel it right into th cooking chamber to release both
locking pins from the air baffle. Use a screwdriver to
loosen the upper and lower locking hooks on the air
baffle. You can now remove the hanging rack together
with the air baffle. The left hanging rack can now be
removed together with the air baffle.
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Notes on using your appliance
Working with mobile oven racks, mobile plate racks
and transport trolleys for table-top appliances (option)
- Remove the hanging rack as described above.
- Place the run-in rail on the fixing provided on the
appliance's base. Make sure it is fixed accurately in
place (4 pins).
- Remember that the appliance must be matched to
the exact height of the transport trolley and must be
levelled.
- Move the transport trolley as far as it will go on the
run-in rail and make sure that the transport trolley is
correctly locked on the appliance.
- Push the mobile oven rack or mobile plate rack into the
appliance as far as it will go, and check that the locking
mechanism in the appliance is working correctly.
- To remove the mobile oven rack or mobile plate rack,
release the locking mechanism and pull the rack out of
the cooking chamber. First insert the core temperature
probe with the run-in rail in the park position.
- Make sure that the mobile oven rack or mobile plate
rack is securely locked on the transport trolley during
transportation.
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Notes on using your appliance
Working with the core temperature probe
For information about working with the 3 core temperature sensor option, please read the
iLevelControl section.
Caution!
The core temperature probe and its positioning aid may both be hot – risk of burns!
Insert the core temperature
probe into the thickest point
of your cooking product.
You must insert the needle
through the middle of
the food (see application
manual).
Use the positioning aid
if the core temperature
probe could fall out of the
food(for instance if the food
to be cooked is of a soft
consistency or not very
thick).
For Finishing with the
plate rack, insert the core
temperature probe into the
ceramic tube on the mobile
plate rack.
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No externally attachable core temperature probes should be placed in the cooking chamber
through the cooking chamber wall during cleaning. These sensors must not be cleaned with the
chamber! This can cause leaks during cleaning.
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Notes on using your appliance
Use a starting bit to make a hole in frozen foods
(RATIONAL article number 60.70.359). Drill a hole
in the thickest part of the food to be cooked. To do
this, place the food on a firm base and protect your
hands.
- Always correctly position the core temperature probe and the positioning aid in the park position
provided – risk of damage!
- Do not let the core temperature probe hang out of cooking chamber – risk of damage!
- Remove the core temperature probe from the food before you take the food from the cooking
chamber – risk of damage!
If necessary, cool down the core temperature probe using the hand shower before use.
Caution!
Protect your arms and hands from burns and from the probe tip – risk of injury!
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Notes on using your unit
Working with the hand shower
- If you use the hand shower, please pull the hose at least 20 cm out of the park position.
- You can select 2 jet strengths by pressing the control button.
- Always let the hand shower slide slowly back into the park position.
Caution!
The hand shower and water from the hand shower may be hot – risk of burns.
- If you pull hard on the hand shower and it exceeds the maximum available hose length, it will
damage the hose.
- Make sure that the hand shower hose is fully rewound after use.
- You must not use the hand shower to cool the cooking cabinet. – Risk of damage to the cooking
cabinet and air baffle, or of the cooking cabinet glass cracking.
- According to WRAS-standard the handshower should be used only for rinsing the internal
cabinet.
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Notes on using the USB interface
The USB interface is designed for data import and
export, and for software updates using the USB
stick only.
It is therefore not suitable for loading or operating
other electronic devices, such as mobile
telephones.
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General operation
Your appliance features a touch screen. Simply tap the screen gently with your finger to enter
new settings in your appliance.
Use the central dial to
change the settings.
You can also change the
settings by moving/pulling
the slider.
New settings will be applied
within 4 seconds or by
pressing the central dial.
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General operation
General notes
Back to start screen
Pre-heat status indicator,
red arrow for pre-heat, blue
arrow for cool down.
Water too low – open tap.
Display disappears after
filling.
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Help function
Programming mode
Cooking chamber too hot –
button flashes (to cool down
the cooking chamber, see
the "Cool Down" section).
End of cooking is indicated
by an acoustic signal and
animation in the display.
"Gas burner problem". Open
gas tap. Press "RESET
GAS" - new ignition. If the
message appears again,
contact RATIONAL service.
Back/Abort
General instructions for use
Help function
So that you can use your device’s many possibilities as easily and efficiently as possible,
detailed operating instructions and user help texts with practical examples and useful tips are
stored on the device. The help function can be selected using the “?” button. The following
functions are available in the help function.
Explanation of pictograms
Start help function
Open the selection menu and
select manual
Scroll forward one page
Scroll back one page
Open the previous chapter
Leave the help function
Next chapter/more information
- The respective table of contents will open when you select a manual. Choose the chapter you
are interested in.
- If the help function is opened during cooking operation, the help function is closed automatically
as soon as an action becomes necessary.
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Overview of the cooking modes
Display after switching on the appliance
On/Off switch
Profile change
Combi-steamer mode
Steam
Convection air
Combination of steam and
convection heat
iCookingControl mode
Top 10
MySCC
Meat
Poultry
Help function
Other functions
iLevelControl
Fish
Side dishes
Egg dishes/ dessert
Bake
Programming mode
Efficient CareControl
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Finishing
®
Overview of the cooking modes
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Overview of the cooking modes
The different modes
iCookingControl
mode
Combi-steamer mode
Programming mode
You can access the
iCookingControl mode
by selecting your required
results, for example by
selecting poultry, side
dishes or fish.
See the iCookingControl
mode section for a
description.
You enter the Combisteamer mode by
pressing the button
“steam”, “combination” or
“convection”.
See the Combi-steamer
mode section for a
description.
Press the "Programming
mode" button to open the
Programming mode .
See the Programming mode
section for a description.
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Overview of the cooking modes
iLevelControl
Efficient CareControl
In iLevelControl , you can
use the individual racks in
your appliance for different
cooking processes at the
same time.
Efficient CareControl
detects when the appliance
needs to be cleaned.
Efficient CareControl takes
into account the individual
cleaning behaviour and
work routines such as
longer breaks or the end of
work.
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iCookingControl
iCookingControl detects the size of the food and the load quantity. Cooking time, temperature
and cooking chamber climate are adapted continually. iCookingControl also shows you the
progress of each cooking stage in the iCC cockpit.
The iCC cockpit appears automatically every 10 seconds once you have entered your desired
results. The unique, intelligent decisions made by iCookingControl are displayed here.
iCC cockpit display
Current remaining time
Core temperature information Actual |
Target
Current cooking stage
Climate bar that displays the current
cooking chamber climate based on
temperature and humidity
Toggle between the individual cooking
stages
i button Press to open the iCC Monitor
Change to settings view
Active view
Number of cooking stages
Current mode
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iCookingControl
Explanation of pictograms
iCC cockpit
Core temperature/cooking level
i button
Core temperature/cooking level
Cooking speed
Core temperature/cooking level
Delta-T
Core temperature/cooking level
Cooking time
Cooking level
Browning
Food size
Food thickness
Searing temperature
Cooking volumes
Crisp
Cooking chamber climate
Gratin
Steaming
Steam baking
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iCookingControl
Air speed
Convenience level
Information and requests during the cooking process
Preheat display
Cool down display
Request to cancel
Carve
Add liquid
Cut pastries
Brush pastries
Needle
Options after end of cooking
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Hold at temperature
Reinsert core temperature probe
Heat up to service temperature.
Continue with time
Crisp
Load a new batch
iCookingControl
iCC - Cockpit
Use the central dial or press the relevant arrow key to gain an overview of the ideal
cooking procedure - how to achieve the perfect results. iCookingControl selects the perfect
cooking procedure depending on the product that you are cooking!
The settings that iCookingControl has selected have a yellow border. If you scroll back,
you can see which decisions have been selected in the past. Scroll forwards to find out the
next steps involved in achieving the desired results you have selected. These steps are
continually adjusted and optimised during the course of cooking.
Current settings.
The display returns to this screen
after 10 seconds.
Press the left and right arrows to scroll
between past and future settings
respectively.
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iCookingControl
iCC Monitor
In iCC Monitor, iCooking Control displays the decisions and the adjustments made to the
settings in order to achieve the required results which you personally selected.
The adjustments and displays vary depending on the product and load quantity.
The i button appears as soon as a decision
was made or a setting is being adjusted in
the background. Press the i button or press
the central dial to open the iCC Monitor in
the iCC cockpit.
The adjustments are listed in the display.
Decisions that have already been taken
are highlighted with a green check mark.
You are also notified of decisions that
iCookingControl is in the process of taking
and of decisions that have yet to be taken.
No settings can be made in the iCC cockpit or in the iCC Monitor.
The iCC Monitor closes automatically after 6 seconds. It can also be closed by pressing the i
button again.
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iCookingControl
iCC Messenger
The iCC Messenger actively notifies
you of processes and adjustments that
iCookingControl performs.
The iCC Messenger disappears
automatically after 4 seconds.
You can activate and deactivate iCC Messenger at any time in the
appliance configuration from MySCC.
You can find more information in the MySCC - Expert Settings section.
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iCookingControl
Example: Chicken
Press the "Poultry" button
on the start screen and
select the results you want
to achieve.
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Press the “Poultry” button.
For example, select the
browning level (light, dark)
and the core temperature/
cooking state (rare, welldone).
iCookingControl
You can open the iCC
cockpit by pressing the iCC
cockpit button
or it will open automatically
after 10 seconds.
The appliance is pre-heated
automatically.
You will then be prompted
to load the appliance.
Roast in combination of
steam and convection (50%
humidity at 202°C cooking
chamber temperature).
End
End of cooking time – a
sound is emitted, select
options.
You can now select other
options (for example, to
retain the temperature, to
insert the core temperature
probe, to crisp etc.)
Roast in convection
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iCookingControl
Press the button to save individual settings (see "Programming" section).
If the core temperature probe is not or incorrectly inserted, a signal is emitted
and a message appears in the display prompting you to re-insert the core
temperature probe.
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Top 10
Top 10 provides fast and direct access to your 10 most frequently used applications.
Press the iCC button in the start screen to
access the Top 10.
No manual programs are displayed in the Top 10 .
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Combi-steamer mode
In the combi-steamer mode, all combi-steamer functions are available. Press the "Steam",
"Convection" or "Combination of steam and convection" button to enter the combi-steamer
mode.
Pictogram explanation
3 manual modes
Steam
Convection air
Combination of steam and
convection heat
Setting options
Percentage setting of humidity in
cooking chamber climate
Cooking chamber temperature
setting
Delta-T
Other functions
Cooking time setting
MySCC
Core temperature setting
Efficient CareControl
Preheat
Help function
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Combi-steamer mode
Other functions
Setting options
Call up programming function
Continuous operation
Back/Abort
Humidification
Air speed
Cool down
Press the cooking chamber temperature button to call up actual cooking data such as the
actual cooking chamber climate and actual cooking chamber temperature.
Press the button and hold down for 10 sec. The actual values are displayed permanently until
the next setting.
The humidity of the cooking chamber displayed here is based on the absolute humidity. By
definition, this humidity value can differ from the relative humidity from the settings.
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Combi-steamer mode
Steam
In "Steam" cooking mode, the steam generator generates hygienic fresh steam. You can set
the cooking cabinet temperature from 30 °C to 130 ℃ . Depending on the temperature set,
the corresponding regulator, which optimises the cooking quality and energy consumption,
®
will be selected. If no load is detected for longer than 1 hour, the SelfCookingCenter will
automatically switch to an energy-saving mode.
Cooking methods: Steaming, stewing, blanching, poaching, simmering, vacuum cooking,
thawing, preserving.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button and set the required
temperature. The default value is boiling
temperature.
3
Press the button and set the required cooking
time.
3
Or press the "Core temperature probe" button
and set the required core temperature.
Additional functions, such as air speed, preheat, continuous operation, cool-down or Delta-T,
can also be selected. See the "Manual humidification" and "Air speed" sections for how to use
the humidification and air speed functions. See the "Delta-T" section under "MySCC" for how to
use the Delta-T function.
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Combi-steamer mode
Hot air
In "Hot air" cooking mode, powerful heating elements heat up the dry air. You can set the
cooking cabinet temperature from 30 °C to 300 ℃ . You can limit the cooking cabinet humidity
if necessary.
Cooking methods: Baking, roasting, grilling, deep-frying, gratinating, glazing.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button and set the maximum cooking
®
cabinet humidity (see the "ClimaPlus Control "
section).
3
Press the button and set the required
temperature.
4
Press the button and set the required cooking
time.
4
Alternatively, press the "Core temperature
probe" button and set the required core
temperature.
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Combi-steamer mode
Additional functions, such as air speed, preheat, continuous operation, cool-down or Delta-T,
can also be selected. See the "Manual humidification" and "Air speed" sections for how to use
the humidification and air speed functions. See the "Delta-T" section under "MySCC" for how to
use the Delta-T function.
In continuous operation, the cabinet temperature automatically reduces from 300 °C to 260 °C
after 30 minutes.
In “Hot air” cooking mode, the unit must not be operated without being connected to a water
supply for more than 2 hours at high temperatures, otherwise the unit may develop a fault.
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Combi-steamer mode
Combination of steam and hot air
The "Steam" and "Hot air" cooking media are combined. This combination creates a hot
humid cabinet climate especially for intensive cooking. You can set the cooking cabinet
temperature from 30 °C to 300 °C . You can adjust the cooking cabinet climate if necessary.
Cooking methods: Roasting, baking.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button and set the required cooking
®
cabinet humidity (see the "ClimaPlus Control "
section).
3
Press the button and set the required
temperature.
4
Press the button and set the required cooking
time.
4
Alternatively, press the "Core temperature
probe" button and set the required core
temperature.
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Combi-steamer mode
Additional functions, such as air speed, preheat, continuous operation, cool-down or Delta-T,
can also be selected. See the "Manual humidification" and "Air speed" sections for how to use
the humidification and air speed functions. See the "Delta-T" section under "MySCC" for how to
use the Delta-T function.
In continuous operation, the cabinet temperature automatically reduces from 300 °C to 260 °C
after 30 minutes.
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Combi-steamer mode
ClimaPlus
®
ClimaPlus Control measures and regulates the humidity in the cooking cabinet to within one
percent. You can set the ideal product-specific climate for each food in the climate window.
®
Steam:
®
ClimaPlus Control has a
factory default setting of
100% humidity.
Hot air:
®
ClimaPlus Control allows
you to limit the product
humidity in the cooking
cabinet. Red bars and
associated percentages
show the maximum
permitted moisture level in
the cooking cabinet. The
more red you can see on
the display, the drier the
cooking cabinet atmosphere
and the lower the humidity
level.
Steam + Hot air:
You can set a mixture of
steam and hot air. The more
blue lines you can see in
the climate window, the
moister the cooking cabinet
atmosphere and the higher
the humidity.
To ensure that continuous operation is as environmentally-friendly as possible, we recommend
that you use the default cooking cabinet humidity, e.g. for hot air 100 %.
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Combi-steamer mode
Time setting or continuous operation
step
info/button
instructions
1
Select a manual cooking mode, e.g. "Steam".
2
Press the button and set the required cooking
time. See next line for continuous operation.
2
Press the button for continuous operation.
Alternatively, press the cooking time button and
turn/push the central dial / slider to the right until
"CONTINUOUS" is displayed.
Manual Preheat
step
info/button
instructions
1
Select a manual cooking mode, e.g. "Steam".
2
Press the button and set the required preheat
temperature.
3
Press the Preheat button. Alternatively, press
the cooking time button and turn/push the
central dial / slider to the left until "Preheat" is
displayed.
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Combi-steamer mode
Setting the time: See the "Time" section under "MySCC".
Setting the time format : See the "Time format" section under "MySCC".
Setting the cooking time format : See the "Cooking time format" section under "MySCC".
Setting the start time: See the "Automatic start time" section.
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Combi-steamer mode
Manual humidification
A powerful jet atomises bursts of water and distributes it throughout the cooking cabinet.
Humidification creates ideal rising conditions and gives bakery products an attractive glossy
finish.
Can be selected under Hot air or a combination of Steam and Hot air.
Humidification period: Humidification is limited to 2 seconds. Press the button again to
humidify for a further 2 seconds.
Temperature range: 30 °C to 260 °C cooking cabinet temperature.
Press the “Humidification” button for a humidification burst.
In programming mode you can set the humidification to 3 different stages for each step of
the program. Press the button and turn the dial to set the required stage.
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Humidification off
3 humidification bursts
(1 sec. pulse/10 sec. pause).
1 humidification burst
(1 sec.)
5 humidification bursts
(1 sec. pulse/10 sec. pause).
Combi-steamer mode
Air speed
There are 5 air speed settings so that you can generate the ideal climate for all cooking
processes.
Press the button and turn the dial to set the required air speed.
Turbo air speed
1/4 air speed
Standard air speed
Fan wheel cycles at 1/4 air speed
1/2 air speed
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Combi-steamer mode
Delta-T cooking
Delta-T = temperature difference between the core temperature and the cooking cabinet
temperature. By slowly increasing the cooking cabinet temperature until the end of the
cooking process with a constant difference to the core temperature, the meat is subject to
longer cooking (can only be selected from the combi-steamer mode).
step
info/button
instructions
1
Select a manual mode such as convection.
2
Press the Delta-T button.
3
4
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20°C
Set the Delta-T temperature difference as you
require.
Set the core temperature as you require.
Combi-steamer mode
"Delta-T" appears in the display when the Delta-T setting is activated.
Delta-T can only be activated from the combi-steamer mode! The Delta icon appears in the
display in manual mode when the Delta-T mode is activated.
Alternatively, you can also set a time period for the duration of Delta-T cooking.
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Combi-steamer mode
Cool down
You have been operating your appliance at a high cooking cabinet temperature and now
want to continue working at a low cabinet temperature. The "Cool Down" function allows you
to cool the cabinet quickly and gently.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Select a manual cooking mode, e.g. "Steam".
2
Press the button and close the cooking cabinet
door.
3
Open door
Open the cooking cabinet door.
4
Press the button. You can change the target
cooking cabinet temperature as required.
5
The air speed can be set individually as
required.
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Combi-steamer mode
Warning:
- Do not use the Cool-down function unless the air baffle has been locked correctly - Risk of
injury.
- During "Cool Down", the fan wheel does not switch off when the door is opened.
- Do not touch the fan wheel – risk of injury.
- During "Cool Down", hot vapours emerge from the cooking cabinet - Risk of burns.
The "Cool Down" function is not programmable.
Press the "Cooking cabinet temperature" button to display the actual cooking cabinet
temperature.
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Programming mode
It takes no time at all to create your own cooking programs in programming mode. The 7
modes (meat, poultry, fish, bakery products, side dishes, egg dishes/dessert, finishing) can
be copied, adapted and saved under a new name according to your individual requirements,
or you can create your own manual programs with up to 12 steps.
Press the button to open the
programming mode.
Explanation of pictograms
New program
New iLC program
Copy program
Change program
Image view
List view
Open MyDisplay
Select program
Selection window - start program
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Delete program
Programming mode
Information button - show
program details
Selection window with
information button
pressed
In addition to the program names, further information can be requested or stored using the
following buttons.
Image of the food for the program
Image of the accessories for the
program
Group allocation (e.g. breakfast)
The assignment to a group is
indicated by pressing the "Group
allocation" button.
An existing assignment is
signalled by a green check mark.
Notes on the program
Programme notes saved are
displayed directly by pressing the
"Notes" button. Available notes
are signalled by a green check
mark.
Additional attributes can be
selected (for example "preprogram start time")
The pictogram shows the operating mode of the stored program such as
combination of steam and convection, for example. Other pictograms are
shown correspondingly for iCookingControl cooking processes and iLC.
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Programming mode
Image view
If images have been saved with cooking programs, these are displayed in the image view. If
no images are available, the title of the program is shown as a text in the image view.
Change to the image view.
You can scroll in your view by
pressing the arrow or using the
central dial.
Change the view from 20 images
to 16 images per side, for
example.
The last image chosen is always shown when the view is requested again.
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Programming mode
Sort and filter functions
The list view is sorted in alphabetical order by name. The list view can be changed using
the sort and filter functions.
Press the button to open the filter function. Select a filter criterion.
Press the button to open the sort function. Select a sort criterion.
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Programming mode
Saving while the unit is running
step
info/button
1
2
3
instructions
Press the button while the unit is running.
G
Enter the program name.
Press the button to save the cooking workflow.
All the changes that were made in a iCookingControl cooking workflow, such as activate Thick
or Thin, are accepted when you save and will be repeated automatically the next time the
cooking workflow is called.
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Programming mode
Programming - iCookingControl mode
Example: You could rename “Roast” and save the cooking workflow under the new name of
“Roast veal” with your individual settings, e.g. “Light browning” and “Cooking level well done”.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button to create a new program.
3
Roast veal...
Enter a program name (e.g. Roast veal)
4
Press the button to save the name.
5
Select the "Meat" cooking mode.
6
Roast
Select "Roast".
7
The browning and cooking level can be
changed individually.
8
Press the button to save the cooking workflow
and open the selection window.
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Programming mode
step
9
info/button
instructions
Select an image for the food, for example, or
press the "Save" button to exit the program
detail view.
You can save attributes such as an image of the accessory, notes about
the program or membership of a group in the program detail view.
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Programming mode
Programming - Combi-steamer mode
You can create a manual cooking program with up to 12 steps to suit your exact requirements.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button to create a new program.
3
Scrambled eggs
Enter a program name (e.g. Scrambled eggs).
4
Press the button to save the name.
5
Select a manual cooking mode, e.g.
Combination.
6
Press the button to preheat the cooking cabinet.
7
Enter the required preheat temperature.
8
Press the button once to save the step. You can
then add another step.
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Programming mode
step
info/button
instructions
9
Select the cooking mode for the second
program step.
10
Select the required cooking parameters.
11
Press the button once to save the step. You can
then add another step.
12
Press the button to exit the programming
process again.
You can set an audible signal to sound when each individual program step
has been carried out. To do this, press the "Buzzer" button.
You can set the desired air speed in every program step.
You can set the humidification to one of 3 stages in Hot air and
Combination cooking mode for every program step. See also the "Manual
humidification" section.
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Programming mode
Programming - iLC mode
You can use the racks in your unit for an incredible range of cooking processes at the same
time. iLevelControl shows you which food can be cooked together, and intelligently adapts
the cooking time to suit the load size and the number of times the door is opened, and for
how long.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button to create a new iLC program.
3
Scrambled eggs
Enter a program name (e.g. Scrambled eggs).
4
Press the button to save the name.
5
Select a manual cooking mode, e.g. Hot air.
6
Select the required cooking parameters.
7
Press the button to save the step.
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Programming mode
You can set the desired air speed in every program step.
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Programming mode
Start the program
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Use the arrow buttons or central dial to select
the program.
3
To start, press the program name in the
selection window or press the central dial.
Check program steps
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Use the arrow buttons or central dial to select
the program.
3
To start or call up the program, press the
program name in the selection window or press
the central dial.
4
Press the step symbol to check the individual
program steps. The displayed step is
highlighted in red.
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Programming mode
step
5
info/button
instructions
Press the button to exit the program.
The cooking cabinet door should remain open for checking the program steps. You can also
check and modify the program steps directly in the "Change program" function.
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Programming mode
Create a group
You can assign your programs to a group in order to classify your programs (e.g. programs
for a breakfast menu).
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Select "Groups" from the filter.
3
Press the button to create a new group.
4
5
Breakfast
Name your group (e.g. Breakfast).
Press this button to confirm the name you
entered. You have now successfully created the
group.
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Programming mode
Assign a group
You can assign your program to a group.
You can assign as many programs (manual, iLC etc.) as you want to a group.
For example, you can assign programs for your breakfast menu to one of the "Breakfast"
groups you have created.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Select the program using the arrow buttons or
the central dial (e.g. scrambled eggs).
3
Press the button to activate the change
function. The view changes to the advanced
program view.
4
Press the button. You can now assign your
program to one or several groups.
5
6
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Breakfast
Highlight the group you want by pressing it
(e.g. Breakfast).
Press this button
twice once you have finished.
The program (e.g. scrambled eggs) is now
assigned to the group (e.g. Breakfast).
Programming mode
Change program
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Use the arrow buttons or central dial to select
the program.
3
Press the button to call up the change function.
The view changes to the program detail view.
4
Roast
Press the program name if you want to
change the name.
5
Confirm the change or the current name.
6
Press the pictogram for the cooking mode to
open the program.
7
Select the program step in order to change it.
8
Make your changes.
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Programming mode
step
9
info/button
instructions
Press the button twice to exit.
Press the button to delete the displayed program step.
Press the button to add a program step. The new program step is added
after the displayed step.
Press the button to change notes in the program attribute view.
Press the button to select additional attributes, such as Favourites status.
Press the button to cancel the change.
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Programming mode
Copy program
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Use the arrow buttons or central dial to select
the program.
3
Press the button to copy the program.
4
5
G
Enter the program name.
Press the button to save the cooking workflow.
If you do not change the program name, it is automatically assigned a consecutive index in the
name.
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Programming mode
Delete program
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Use the arrow buttons or central dial to select
the program.
3
Press the button twice to delete the program.
Press the Back button or another button to cancel the delete process.
Delete all programs
It is only possible to delete all programs in "MySCC". To do this, refer to the "MySCC Communication" section.
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Programming mode
Additional attributes
The additional attributes allow you to use further functions such as modifying the order of
your programs or activating Day Part Management. Open the additional attributes function
as follows.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Use the arrow buttons or central dial to select
the program.
3
Press the button to call up the change function.
The view changes to the program detail view.
4
Press the button to open the additional
attributes function.
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Programming mode
Order
Using the additional attribute "Order" you can arrange the cooking processes in program
mode according to their importance to you.
Press the button and set a number between 1 - 100 with the mode dial. The
cooking processes can be sorted in ascending order according to the number
saved for the list view order.
Save all changes in the additional attributes by pressing the save button
before you leave change mode.
Choose the criterion "Order" to sort the cooking processes in the list view.
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iLevelControl
You can simultaneously use the various racks in your appliance to perform a variety of
cooking procedures. iLevelControl shows you which food can be cooked together and
intelligently adapts the cooking time to the load quantity and the number and duration of
door openings. It is also displayed in the selection window which food cannot be combined
together with the food you have selected. This food is then highlighted in dark-grey (for
example toast in the image below).
The visual rack signalling function provides additional support. It makes it easier to use
iLevelControl: a blinking light signals which tray needs to be loaded or unloaded and when.
This function can be configured under the settings in MySCC.
This function is available as default for all table-top appliances from Type 62 and 102 and
optionally available for all table-top appliances from Type 61 and 101.
Press the button to open the iLevelControl mode.
Explanation of pictograms
Food in selection window
Active food
Rack level/
actual time axle
Navigation for the time window
Actual time button (time window
returns to actual time)
Standby, the current cooking
chamber temperature is retained
for 30 min. See "Standby" under
"MySCC"
Zoom (maximise or minimise the
time window)
Start screen
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iLevelControl
Select new food
Save the current combination of
food as a shopping cart.
Delete food
Energy Messenger
Cool down
Retains the ideal cooking chamber climate in the iLC mode if no food
has been inserted. The retention time can be set between 10 - 120
minutes. This status allows foods to be placed in the cooking chamber
immediately without additional preheating.
The pictogram displays the mode for the food you can select, for example
a combination of steam and convection in the manual program.
You can activate and deactivate iLC Messenger at any time in the
appliance configuration from MySCC. You can find more information in the
MySCC - Expert Settings section.
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iLevelControl
Upload foods into the selection window
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button to open a program.
4
Select one of the foods saved in the list.
5
The food is displayed in the selection window.
- You can upload all foods to the selection window.
- You can also start the iLC mode directly by selecting a iLC process, e.g. iLC pizza.
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iLevelControl
Save iLC cooking program
To save a new iLC program, please refer to the section "Programming - iLC mode"
Save iLC cooking process
step
info/button
1
2
instructions
Press the button.
iLC steaming
Press the "iLC Steam" button
3
Adjust the cooking parameters.
4
Press the button to save.
5
6
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Steam carrots
Enter a name, e.g. steam carrots.
Press the button to save the name.
iLevelControl
Load the food and start.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the food you want in the selection
window.
2
Use drag & drop to move food to the rack level
you require or press the correct rack level.
The process starts automatically.
3
The appliance is pre-heated automatically.
4
Load
Once the pre-heat temperature has been
reached, you will be prompted to load the
appliance.
Press and hold down the time display (on the left next to the selected food) to change the time
using the central dial as soon as the bar starts flashing red.
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iLevelControl (iLC)
Delete foods
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button. The Delete button remains
active while the yellow border around the button
continues flashing.
2
Press the food to remove it from the time or
selection window.
While the Delete button is active (yellow border), you can remove any number of foods from the
time or selection window.
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iLevelControl (iLC )
Save shopping baskets
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
Press the button to call up a program.
4
Select several saved foods from the list.
5
The food is displayed in the selection window.
5
Press the button to save the combination in the
selection window.
- You can load all the food in the selection window.
- Select Press + Hold on an active food in the time window to highlight the foods that can be
combined with this active food in the selection window.
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iLevelControl
Working with the Option 3-core temperature probes
With iLevelControl applications, up to three products can be monitored with one core
temperature probe. The same applies for iLC processes you have created yourself and
those that already exist.
It is not possible to monitor more than three iLC processes with the selected core
temperature.
The distinction between the three core
temperature probes is made with different
colours
Black = 1 Core temperature probe
Blue = 2 Core temperature probe
Green = 3 Core temperature probe
Additional rings are engraved into the three
probes:
1 ring = 1 Core temperature probe
2 ring = 2 Core temperature probe
3 ring = 3 Core temperature probe
Always correctly position the three core temperature probes
in the holder provided for this purpose to prevent the risk of
injury.
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iLevelControl
If you have pulled a ticket with the core
temperature, insert one of the core temperature
probes into the thickest part of the food. Note: The
measuring points can be found at the front. When
inserting the probe, please make sure that the tip of
the probe is inserted in the centre of the food.
The following prompt appears in the display:
Please confirm which of the three core temperature probes
you want to use.
If the probe is inserted incorrectly or if it slips with rolling loads,
the following warning appears.
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Efficient CareControl
The intelligent Efficient CareControl automatically detects the appliance usage, the general
care status and – just in time – optimises the cleaning process to minimise the use of
chemicals, water and power. The amount of cleaning chemicals is suggested according to
need. Combined with the special care tabs, this prevents lime scale building up in the first
place.
The care and soiling status is displayed in the "Care" and "Clean" bar diagrams.
Care and soiling status display
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button.
2
The top "Care" diagram displays the current
care status of the appliance.
3
The bottom "Clean" diagram displays the
current soiling status of the appliance.
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Efficient CareControl
A green bar:
"Care" display: The appliance has the ideal care
status. Steam generator is free of lime scale.
"Clean" display: The unit was cleaned recently.
A yellow bar:
"Care" display: The appliance has a medium care
status Steam generator has a slight amount of lime
scale.
"Clean" display: The appliance is dirty, but you can
continue producing until the cleaning request appears.
A red bar:
"Care" display: The care is insufficient and the
appliance must be cleaned with CleanJet®+care more
often.
"Clean" display: The appliance is very dirty and should
be cleaned at the cleaning request.
Trend in changes in the "Care" display: improves.
Trend in changes in the "Care" display: deteriorates.
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Efficient CareControl
Cleaning request
CareControl recognises when CleanJet +care cleaning has to be carried out. CareControl
takes individual cleaning and working habits into account, such as longer breaks or the end
of work. The recommended cleaning stages are marked in different colours.
®
Automatic display of cleaning request
®
as soon as CleanJet +care cleaning is
necessary.
The recommended cleaning stage is
highlighted in colour.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Please clean + care
2
CleanJet+care
Start CleanJet +care by pressing the button
or select “later”.
3
medium
Select the recommended cleaning stage
highlighted in colour e.g. “medium” and follow
the instructions shown in the menu.
You are requested to clean the unit.
®
The CleanJet +cleaning request is repeated at regular intervals until a CleanJet +care
cleaning process is carried out.
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®
Efficient CareControl
Start clean
CleanJet +care is the automatic cleaning system for cleaning and caring for the
appliance.
The 7 cleaning programs allow you to adapt the cleaning process to the particular degree
of dirt.
®
Note!
- For hygiene reasons and to prevent malfunctions it is essential to clean your appliance every
day - risk of fire!
- Your appliance must be cleaned every day, even if it is only operated in “Steam” mode
- Only use cleaning and care tabs from the appliance manufacturer. The use of other cleaning
chemicals can damage the appliance. Liability is not assumed for damages as a consequence!
- If you use excessive cleaning chemicals, this can cause foaming.
- Never place the tabs in the hot cooking chamber (> 60 °C).
- Leave the appliance door slightly open if it is going to be idle for a prolonged period (e.g.
overnight).
- Cleaning the cooking chamber seal daily will extend the service life. Use a soft cloth and
washing-up liquid to clean the cooking chamber seal - do not use a scouring agent.
- Clean the glass panes inside and out and the outer panels of the appliance, ideally using a
soft, damp cloth. Do not use any abrasive or aggressive cleaning agents. Use mild household
washing-up liquid and regularly clean the steel with a steel cleaning agent.
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Efficient CareControl
step
info/button
1
instructions
Press the button.
2
Cooking
chamber too hot.
3
Gentle
4
Open the door.
"Cooking chamber too hot" appears if the
cooking chamber temperature is above 50 °C.
Select "Cool Down" (see the "Cool Down"
section).
Select cleaning level, e.g. "gentle" .
Open the cooking chamber door, remove
containers and sheets.
5
Warning!
Always wear protective gloves to handle the
cleaning and care tabs - risk of chemical burns.
6
Unpack the displayed number of cleaning tabs
and place them in the indentation in the air
baffle (tab basket) in the cooking chamber. See
image on the next page.
7
Unpack the displayed number of care tab
packages and fill them into the care container.
See image on the next page.
8
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Close door
The cleaning process starts automatically
when the cooking chamber door has been
closed.
Efficient CareControl
Warning!
- Do not open the cooking chamber door while cleaning is in progress – chemical cleaner
and hot vapour may escape – risk of chemical burns and scalding. A horn sound is heard
if the door is opened during the cleaning process.
- Once the CleanJet ® +care cleaning process is aborted or has ended, check the entire
cooking chamber (also behind the air baffle) for any cleaning tab residues. Thoroughly
rinse away any cleaning tab residues from the entire cooking chamber (also behind the
air baffle) with the hand shower - risk of chemical burns.
- During cleaning, all external core temperature probes may not be inserted through the
cooking chamber door in the cooking chamber. These sensors must not be cleaned with
the chamber! This leads to leaks during cleaning. Danger of chemical burns and scalding!
Chemical handling instructions
Warning!
Only use cleaning and care
tabs by complying with the
relevant safety measures,
always wear, for example,
protective gloves when
handling the tabs - risk of
chemical burns!
Cleaning tab: Remove
protective film.
Table-top appliances:
Fill the tray with the
displayed quantity of care
tab packages.
Standalone appliances:
Fill the flap with the
displayed quantity of care
tab packages.
Insert the cleaning tabs into
the indentation in the air
baffle.
Do not insert tabs into the
cooking chamber - risk of
damage.
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Efficient CareControl
Prior to the start of CleanJet +care cleaning, make sure that the hanging racks or mobile oven
rack are correctly inserted in the cooking chamber.
When using softened water, the recommended quantity of cleaning tabs can be reduced by
up to 50%. If foam starts to collect despite adding the correct dosage of tabs, it is necessary to
reduce the number of cleaning tabs used. If the level of foam increases despite reducing the
cleaning tab dosage, please contact the Service Partner/customer service who can recommend
other measures, e.g. the defoaming tab.
®
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Efficient CareControl
Cleaning stages
cleaning stage
description/application
tabs
rinse without tabs
Rinse cooking cabinet with warm water.
No
rinse
For non-greasy limescale deposits, e.g. after
baking or steaming.
Care
interim cleaning
“Short cleaning time” - for all soiling, but
without drying and rinsing.
Cleaning agent
light
For lighter soiling, e.g. after mixed loads,
applications up to 200 °C.
Cleaning agent &
Care
save
For light soiling (up to 200°C) with as
economical use of chemicals and water as
possible.
Cleaning agent &
Care
medium
For roasting and grilling deposits, e.g. after
cooking chicken, steaks or grilled fish.
Cleaning agent &
Care
strong
For heavy roasting and grilling deposits, e.g.
multiple loads of chicken, steaks, etc.
Cleaning agent &
Care
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Efficient CareControl
CleanJet +care failure
®
After a power failure lasting longer than 10 minutes or after the unit is switched off the display
®
reads "Interrupt CleanJet". If Interrupt CleanJet is not confirmed within 20 seconds by
®
pressing the display, the activated CleanJet +care program runs through to the end without
interruption.
step
info/button
1
instructions
Switch the unit off and then on again.
2
cancel CleanJet?
Press the button and confirm cancellation.
3
Open door
Follow the instructions on the display and
open the door carefully – hot vapours!
Warning!
Always wear gloves when handling cleaner tabs
– risk of chemical burns.
4
5
Remove tabs
6
00:09
7
Cleaning incomplete
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Remove cleaner tabs (if still present) and
close the cooking cabinet door.
The cooking cabinet is rinsed automatically,
the remaining time till the end is indicated.
You can now use your unit for cooking again.
MySCC appliance configuration
All the appliance's default settings (e.g. time, date, language etc.) can be changed under
MySCC.
Press the MySCC button to open the overview display for your appliance's
default settings. You can customise your appliance's settings to suit your
requirements.
Explanation of pictograms:
Favourites (active when MySCC
is selected)
Settings
Acoustics
System management
MyEnergy
Expert setting
MyDisplay
Service
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MySCC - Favourites
You can manage your favourites in this menu item (e.g. language, cooking time format
etc.).
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
The Favourites menu item opens
automatically.
3
Select for example the "Language" menu subitem using the central dial.
4
Press the Star button on the right next to the
"Language" menu sub-item.
5
The "Language" menu sub-item is now created
as a favourite and can be selected in the
"Favourites" menu item.
Press the Star button to remove a favourite from
the list at any time.
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MySCC - Settings
Press the Settings button to change for example the national language, time
format, date and time, acoustics etc.
Language
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
Press the Language button.
Change the language by turning the central dial
to the appropriate language and then press the
dial.
Date and time
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
Press the Date and time button.
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MySCC - Settings
step
info/button
instructions
4
To set the date and time, click the date and
time format fields (mm, dd, yyyy, HH, MM) and
adjust using the central dial. Press the central
dial to confirm the new setting.
5
Press the arrow button to open the main menu.
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MySCC - Settings
Time format
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
Cooking time format
Press the Cooking time format button.
The set cooking time is highlighted by the setting h:m or m:s.
h:m displays hours:minutes, m:s displays minutes:seconds.
In the programming mode, the cooking time can be adjusted for every separate programming
step.
Example: Program step 1 in (h:m) and program step 2 in (m:s).
Realtime format
Press the Realtime format button.
The set realtime format is highlighted at the bottom right of the button in 24h or
am/pm.
Click the button to toggle between these two realtime formats (date format is
automatically converted).
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MySCC - Settings
Time remaining/target time display
Use the Time remaining display function to enable the display of the target time
elapsed and the time remaining until the end of the ideal cooking procedure.
Press the Time remaining display button.
Click the button to toggle between Target time and Time remaining .
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Cooking chamber lighting
Cooking chamber lighting without rack signalling function
Use this function to completely switch off the appliance's lighting.
Follow the steps below to switch off the appliance's lighting:
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
To switch off the cooking chamber lighting,
press the Cooking chamber lighting function.
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MySCC - Settings
Lighting settings for a SelfCookingCenter XS Type 6 2/3
This section describes the setting options for a SelfCookingCenter XS Type 6 2/3.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
Press the Lighting settings button to open the
submenu.
You can change the cooking chamber lighting settings in this submenu.
Cooking chamber lighting
Use this function to completely switch off the appliance's lighting.
To switch the cooking chamber lighting on and off, press the Cooking chamber
lighting button.
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MySCC - Settings
With the door open
Here you can select the behaviour of the LED lighting when the door is open.
The LED lighting features two LED strips. One LED strip is installed in the left side of the
door and the other on the right.
Press the With open door button and select between the three settings by
turning the central dial.
LED lighting
on the door
handle
side ON
LED door
lighting OFF
LED door
lighting
switches off
after 30 sec
If you enable this setting, the LED strip on the handle side (default setting: the left
side of the door when facing the appliance) continues to light as soon as the door
is opened. The LEDs illuminate the cooking chamber.
The opposite LED strip switches off as soon as the door is opened.
If you enable this setting, both LED strips are switched off as soon as the door is
opened.
If you enable this setting, the LED strip on the handle side (default setting: the
left side of the door when facing the appliance) switches off after 30 seconds as
soon as the door is opened.
The opposite LED strip switches off as soon as the door is opened.
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MySCC - Settings
Lighting settings for appliances with the rack signalling function.
This section describes the setting options for appliances fitted with the rack signalling
function.
This function is not available for appliance models 201, 202 and 6 2/3.
The following section explains in steps how to switch the cooking chamber lighting, door
lighting, rack signalling and flashing signal functions on and off.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
Press the Lighting settings button to open the
submenu.
You can change the cooking chamber lighting settings in this submenu.
Cooking chamber lighting
The appliance's lighting can be switched off completely using this function.
To switch the cooking chamber lighting on and off, press the Cooking chamber
lighting button.
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MySCC - Settings
Dimming the LED lighting door
Use this function to dim the LED lighting. This can be done in 25% increments from 0% to
100%.
Press the button and then turn the central dial to set the dimming level you
require in 25% increments.
Rack signalling
This function indicates in iLevelControl mode which rack needs to be loaded or unloaded.
The relevant rack is illuminated with the LED lighting.
To switch the rack signalling function on and off, press the Rack signalling
button.
Flashing signal to prompt an action
When this setting is enabled, the LED lighting flashes as soon as the appliance has
finished a cooking process.
If this setting is switched on as well as the rack signalling function, the finished rack flashes
in iLevelControl mode.
If this setting is switched off, all flashing signals are deactivated. In combination with the
rack signalling function, the finished rack stays illuminated.
To switch the flashing signal function on and off, press the Flashing signal to
prompt an action button.
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MySCC - Settings
With the door open
Here you can select the behaviour of the LED lighting when the door is open.
The LED lighting features two LED strips. One LED strip is installed in the left side of the
door and the other on the right.
Press the With open door button and select between the three settings by
turning the central dial.
LED lighting
on the door
handle
side ON
LED door
lighting OFF
LED door
lighting
switches off
after 30 sec
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If you enable this setting, the LED strip on the handle side (default setting: the left
side of the door when facing the appliance) continues to light as soon as the door
is opened. The LEDs illuminate the cooking chamber.
The opposite LED strip switches off as soon as the door is opened.
If you enable this setting, both LED strips are switched off as soon as the door is
opened.
If you enable this setting, the LED strip on the handle side (default setting: the
left side of the door when facing the appliance) switches off after 30 seconds as
soon as the door is opened.
The opposite LED strip switches off as soon as the door is opened.
MySCC - Settings
The Settings menu item also includes other default settings such as display brightness,
number of racks, climate retention time etc.
To do so, follow the following steps:
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
Temperature unit
Press the Temperature unit button to select between Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Press the central dial to confirm your selection.
Display brightness
Press the Display brightness button and adjust the brightness in several levels
using the central dial.
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MySCC - Settings
Shut-off delay of condensation hood
Press the Shut-off delay of condensation hood button and adjust the shut-off
delay time for your condensation hood (1 min. – 30 min.) using the central dial.
À la carte plate weight
Press the À la carte plate weight button and set the plate weight of the empty
plate using the central dial (up to 700g, 700g-899g, 900g-1099g, over 1100g).
Banquet plate weight
Press the Banquet plate weight button and set the plate weight of the empty
plate using the central dial (up to 700g, 700g -899g, 900g-1099g, over 1100g).
Number of racks
Press the Number of racks button and set the number of racks for iLC (1-10)
using the central dial.
Order of racks
Press the Order of racks button and set the order of the rack numbers for iLC
using the central dial.
Climate retention time
Press the Climate retention time button and use the central dial to set how
long the climate (temperature and humidity) should be maintained in the cooking
cabinet if you are not preparing any food during iLC.
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MySCC - Acoustics
You can customise the acoustic signals (type, volume, duration etc.) of the appliance
according to your wishes.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Acoustics button.
The following settings can be changed:
Master volume
Press the Master volume button and adjust the master volume (0 % – 100 %)
using the central dial.
Keypad sound
Press the Keypad sound button and adjust the keypad sound (to on or off) using
the central dial.
Keypad sound volume
Press the Keypad sound volume button and adjust the volume of the keypad
sound (0% - 100%) using the central dial.
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MySCC - Acoustics
Loading/action request
Press the Loading/action request button and customise the melody, volume,
sound length and interval for the loading or action request.
Program step end
Press the Programmer step end button and customise the melody, volume,
sound length and interval for the end of a program step.
End of cooking time
Press the End of cooking time button and customise the melody, volume,
sound length and interval for the end of cooking time.
Process interruption/error found
Press the Process interruption/error found button and customise the melody,
volume, sound length and interval for process interruption/error found.
Acoustics factory setting
Press the Acoustics factory setting button and reset all settings for sound,
melody, volume, sound length and interval back to the default factory settings.
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MySCC - System Management
HACCP data is saved for a period of 10 days and can be output using the USB appliance
interface, if needed. Please follow the instructions if you want to permanently save this
data.
Download HACCP data
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
The USB interface is designed for data import
and export, and for software updates using the
USB stick only.
It is therefore not suitable for loading or
operating other electronic devices, such as
mobile telephones.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the System management button.
4
Press the Download HACCP data button.
5
Press the first date/time field and set the start
date you require for data using the central dial.
Click the second date/time field and set the end
date you require for data using the central dial.
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MySCC - System Management
step
info/button
6
The following data is logged:
- Batch no.
- Time
- Cooking program name
- Cooking cabinet temperature
- Core temperature
- Door open/door closed
- Change of mode
®
- CleanJet +care cleaning
- Energy optimisation system connection
- 1/2 energy
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instructions
Press the button to start the download. A check
mark appears next to the USB stick once the
download has finished.
MySCC - System Management
Download information data
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the System Management button.
4
Press the Download information data button.
5
Click the first date/time field and set the start
date you require for data using the central dial.
Click the second date/time field and set the end
date you require for data using the central dial.
6
Press the button to start the download. A check
mark appears next to the USB stick once the
download has finished.
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MySCC - System Management
The USB icon lights up when a USB stick is detected. Data can now be
imported, downloaded or permanently saved.
The "Confirm" check mark signalises that the function has been completed
successfully. Only remove the USB stick once Confirm lights up.
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MySCC - System Management
Download service data
In the service level, you can access service data such as appliance model or software
version status.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the System management button.
4
Press the Download service data button.
The service data is saved on the USB stick.
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MySCC - System Management
Download program, upload program, delete all programs
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the System management button.
Download program
Press the Download program button. The cooking programs are saved on the
USB stick.
To download cooking programs onto USB sticks, please note that a
separate USB stick will be needed for each appliance.
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MySCC - System Management
Upload program
Press the Upload program button. The cooking programs are saved from the
USB stick onto the appliance.
Delete all programs
Press the Delete all programs button twice to delete all the programs,
processes and groups you have created from the programming mode.
The shopping carts are not deleted. You can only delete shopping carts
separately in the programming mode.
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MySCC - System Management
You can create profiles in the MyDisplay menu. Here you can customise your appliance's
user interface according to your requirements and save as a profile.
Download profile
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the Download profile button to load
profiles from the appliance onto the USB stick.
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MySCC - System Management
Upload profile
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the Upload profile button to upload the
profiles from the USB stick onto the appliance.
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MySCC - System Management
Download images, upload images, delete images
You can manage your own food images in the programming mode using the integrated
USB interface. The individual food images must be converted into a special file format
before they can be used on the appliance. You can find a comfortable solution for editing
your images on the www.club-rational.com website. You can log in to ClubRATIONAL
and use this function free-of-charge. Follow the ClubRATIONAL instructions on the
manufacturer's homepage (www.rational-online.com ). Then connect the USB stick with
the saved images on your appliance and use the images function to save and delete your
images as follows.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the System management button.
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MySCC - System Management
Download image
Press the Download images button and the user's own food images are saved
from the appliance onto the USB stick.
Upload images
Press the Upload images button and save the images from the USB stick as
food images in the programming mode.
Delete all own images
Press the Delete all own images button and delete all your food images in the
programming mode.
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MySCC - System Management
Ergonomic control of a second appliance on the screen
This function is used to operate the screen of a second appliance on the appliance's
screen.
The screen of a second appliance is displayed on the screen of the first appliance and it is
possible to switch between both screens.
This supports for example a combi-duo installation where you can operate both appliances
from the upper appliance's screen.
Press the Ergonomic control of a second appliance on the screen button to
activate the function.
Press the Appliance name button and assign a name to the appliance in the
next step.
You can therefore distinguish between both connected appliances by their name.
Press the Appliance colour button and select a colour for this appliance.
Besides the appliance name, this is a second characteristic used to distinguish
between the two connected appliances.
Press the Group ID button to assign the unit to a group. By assigning multiple
units to a group, these units can be operated from one screen. No more than 10
different groups can be formed.
This function is used to operate the screen of a second appliance on the appliance's
screen.
The screen of a second appliance is displayed on the screen of the first appliance and it is
possible to switch between both screens.
This supports for example a combi-duo installation where you can operate both appliances
from the upper appliance's screen.
Press the Ergonomic control of a second appliance on the screen button to
activate the function.
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This function is used to operate the screen of a second appliance on the appliance's
screen.
The screen of a second appliance is displayed on the screen of the first appliance and it is
possible to switch between both screens.
This supports for example a combi-duo installation where you can operate both appliances
from the upper appliance's screen.
Press the Ergonomic control of a second appliance on the screen button to
activate the function.
The following hardware requirements must be fulfilled before you can use this function:
This function is only available with SelfcookingCenter(R) from construction date September
2016 onwards (Index I in the serial number on the type plate, e.g.: E11SI XXXXXX)
Both appliances must feature an Ethernet interface.
The appliances must be connected together with a LAN cable.
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Network settings
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the network settings button.
Set and edit the IP address.
Set and edit the IP gateway address.
Set and edit the IP netmask.
Activate or deactivate DHCP. Activation
recommended for ConnectedCooking.
Display the MAC address of your device.
Advanced settings for ConnectedCooking
step
info/button
instructions
Server information. DNS server information
must be entered in conjunction with static
IP addresses. Please ask your network
administrator for the information.
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Network settings
step
info/button
instructions
Set and edit the information for a proxy server.
Please ask your network administrator for the
information.
Once you have applied the settings, you must restart.
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ConnectedCooking requires an internet connection. Use the "DHCP active" setting or ask your
network administrator which settings you need to apply.
Register the unit
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the ConnectedCooking button.
3
Activate ConnectedCooking by pressing the
ConnectedCooking button.
4
After a few seconds, the unit will show the
registration code.
Scan the QR code with your smartphone on
which the ConnectedCooking app is installed or
enter the 9-digit pin in the web portal or the app.
The unit is successfully registered.
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ConnectedCooking settings
HACCP data will be saved automatically in
ConnectedCooking after completing the cooking process.
Service data will be saved automatically in
ConnectedCooking at regular intervals.
The unit will automatically inform you when a new software
version is available and will allow you to run the software
update directly.
The unit's system time is set automatically. -> The
time zone for the unit location must be set correctly in
ConnectedCooking.
Authorised users can operate the unit remotely.
Authorisations can be updated in the ConnectedCooking
web portal.
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IP addresses
With this option, you can display and change the IP address, IP gateway and IP netmask
for your appliance.
Press the IP address button and enter your IP address.
Press the IP gateway button and enter your gateway address.
Press the IP netmask button and enter your netmask address.
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Appliance's default settings: Download | Upload
This function is used to mirror (or duplicate) the default settings of one appliance onto other
appliances.
These include diverse default settings such as language, clock settings, volume settings,
core temperature limits, etc.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Insert the USB stick into the interface under the
control panel.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the System management button.
4_1
Press the Download appliance's default
settings button.
The appliance's default settings are saved on
the USB stick.
4_2
Press the Upload appliance's default settings
button.
The appliance's default settings are uploaded
from the USB stick onto your appliance and
overwrite the original settings.
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MySCC - MyEnergy
50% energy
The power consumption of the heating systems of all electrical appliances is reduced
by 50% (e.g. 10x1/1 GN model from 18 kW to 9 kW). This function is disabled in
iCookingControl!
step
info/button
instructions
1
Select a manual mode such as convection.
2
Press the MySCC button.
3
Press the button for the MyEnergy menu item.
4
Press the 50% energy button.
5
"E/2" (50% energy) appears in the display.
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Automatic dimming
With the automatic dimming setting, the screen brightness is automatically reduced when
not in use.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the MyEnergy menu item.
3
Press the Automatic dim button and adjust
the screen dimming time in minutes (1 min. - 30
min.).
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Climate retention time
With the Climate retention time setting in the MyEnergy menu item, you can adjust the
retention time of the cooking chamber climate. It is possible to retain the ideal cooking
chamber climate in iLC mode when you are not preparing food. The retention time can
be set between 10 - 120 minutes. This status allows foods to be placed in the cooking
chamber immediately without additional preheating.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the MyEnergy menu item.
3
Press the Climate retention time button and
set the retention time for the cooking chamber
climate (10 min. - 120 min.).
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Loading retention time
With the help of this function, the retention time can be reduced for cooking processes in
iCookingControl by a maximum of 10 minutes after a loading request. The cooking process
is cancelled automatically after the programmed time has expired if the racks have not
been loaded.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the MyEnergy menu item.
3
Press the Loading retention time button and
set the retention time (2 min.–10 min.).
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Energy consumption display
Use this function to display how much electricity or gas is consumed for a cooking process.
The power consumption can be displayed:
when a manual cooking process has ended
after a iCC cooking process
after during iLevelControl operation
after the automatic Efficient CareControl appliance cleaning procedure
The issued energy consumption values are calculated and not measured. The values displayed
may vary slightly to those calculated with the measuring equipment.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the MyEnergy button.
3
Press the Energy consumption button.
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Download energy consumption by batches
Press the Download energy consumption by batches button.
You can now select the timeframe when you want to download the batches. Then
start downloading by pressing the Download button. Energy consumptions are
downloaded in batches onto your USB stick.
The file can be opened on your computer in the MS Excel program.
Download energy consumption analysis
Press the Download energy consumption analysis button to load the analysis
for the entire day onto your USB stick.
The analysis file can be opened on your computer in the MS Excel program.
Standard unit
Press the Standard unit button to switch between various energy units.
Energy Messenger
The Energy Messenger shows you the energy consumptions immediately after the cooking
process has ended or after an automatic appliance cleaning with Efficient CareControl.
In iLevelControl mode, the Energy Messenger can also be accessed during the cooking
process.
Press the Energy Messenger to activate or deactivate the Energy Messenger.
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MySCC - Expert Settings
Pre-program start time
You can program your appliance to start automatically.
Note! For hygienic reasons, it is not advisable to keep food stored in an unchilled or
unheated cooking cabinet over a longer period!
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
Press the Pre-program start time button and
set the day and time you want the appliance to
start.
4
Select a mode, e.g. side dishes potato gratin
and program the settings you require.
5
The start time is now active. The display is
dimmed. Only the start time and interrupt start
time button are displayed prominently on the
appliance display.
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The cooking cabinet door must be closed!
The cooking cabinet lighting goes out when the start time is activated.
No preheating required when the start time mode is active.
The start time is not deleted by switching the appliance ON/OFF. The appliance help "?" function
only is enabled when the start time mode is activated.
Deactivate start time
To deactivate the start time, press and hold down the Cancel button for 2
seconds.
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MySCC - Expert Settings
Probe reading core temperature
Here the current temperature at the core temperature probe is displayed.
It is useful for cooking paths that run without use of the core temperature probe.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the Settings button.
3
Here the current temperature at the core
temperature probe is displayed.
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MySCC - Expert Settings
Recording mode
This function can be used to convert a frequently used core temperature-controlled cooking
process into a time-controlled process in iCookingControl to avoid having to set a core
temperature probe.
This function may not be used with critical products with core temperatures below 75°C
that require a sensitive cooking degree. These include poultry and meat that are cooked to
rare.
The following basic conditions must be met before this expert function can be used:
- Highly standardised product
- Identical output temperature when entering and saving
- Same structure (product weight and density)
- Same number of products per rack
- Use of standard and identical accessories when entering and saving
These requirements must be observed when using the recording mode.
Entered settings can only be used for the identical appliance model. These settings cannot
be transferred to smaller or larger appliance models.
The following applications are available for this expert function:
Cooking mode
Cooking process
Meat, fish
Poultry
Roast, grill, breaded
Pan fried, chicken, grill
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This is how it works:
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the Expert setting menu
item.
3
Press the Recording mode button.
4
Enter names for the time-controlled cooking
process.
5
Select the required application in
iCookingControl.
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step
info/button
instructions
6
After preheating, load and cook as usual.
7
When prompted to unload, confirm the cooking
result (green check mark) and either save or
delete the entered cooking process (red cross).
Please note that only standardised products of the same type and identical output temperature
can be used for this function. The ideal cooking processes that are saved are always only
suitable for those sizes of models with which they were created. It is not possible to use these
cooking processes in an appliance of a different size to the original appliance.
If HACCP data should be documented, it is recommended to use them in the iCookingControl
without the recording mode.
Please note that it may be necessary to check the core temperature of the food before serving
depending on the local legal stipulations.
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Open the record program
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the button on the start screen.
2
Set the filter to Programs.
3
Select the program you require. Once selected,
the program immediately starts to preheat the
appliance.
It is not necessary to use the core temperature probe.
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Forced cleaning
The forced cleaning function prompts the appliance user to clean the appliance after a
defined time has elapsed. When the cleaning prompt appears, the appliance can only
be used again once it has been cleaned. Use the forced cleaning function to ensure that
the cleaning and hygiene regulations are observed when the appliance is used in shift
operation.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the Expert setting menu
item.
3
Press the Forced cleaning button.
4
Press the Activate/deactivate forced cleaning
button to switch the forced cleaning function
on or off. The image on the button shows that
forced cleaning is activated.
5
Press the Time to cleaning request button
and set the time (hours) until the next cleaning
request.
6
Press the Forced cleaning delay time button
and set the maximum number of hours that can
elapse between the prompt and the cleaning.
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An active forced cleaning is also displayed on the information on the time
of the next cleaning.
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Cleaning agenda
The cleaning agenda function is used to program a cleaning warning or a compulsory
cleaning for specific weekdays.
Use this function to ensure that the cleaning and hygiene regulations are observed when
the appliance is used in shift operation.
How to access this function on the appliance is described below:
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the Expert setting menu
item.
3
Press the Cleaning agenda button.
Cleaning agenda mode
Select here between two setting options.
The selected setting then applies to all days selected below.
1. Warning = cleaning prompt with options "Now" or "Later".
This prompt appears only once.
2. Compulsory = cleaning prompt with the "Later" option enabled. A delay time is also set.
If no delay time is set, the appliance cannot be used until the cleaning process has ended.
Press the Cleaning agenda mode button and use the central dial to select
whether you want a warning or a compulsory cleaning for the weekdays.
Cleaning Monday to Sunday
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A time can be programmed for every weekday (Monday to Sunday). The time can be set in
10 minute intervals.
If the appliance is switched off at the time programmed, the cleaning prompt will appear
when the appliance is switched on again.
Delay time with compulsory cleaning
If the "Compulsory" mode is enabled, a delay time of between 0 and 4 hours can be
programmed. This means that if you press "Later", the appliance can be continued to be
used for the programmed time. This is not a "countdown" but simply a cooking time only.
Press the Delay time with compulsory cleaning function and use the central
dial to select the delay time.
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Limit core temperature
The "Limit core temperature" function can be used in manual mode as well as in iCooking
mode to limit the minimum and maximum core temperature of the food for the modes
poultry, meat, fish and iLevelControl.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the Expert setting menu
item.
3
Press the Limit core temperature button.
Limit global core temperature
Press the Minimum core temperature button and set the global minimum core
temperature.
Press the Maximum core temperature button and set the global maximum core
temperature.
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Limit core temperature for poultry
Press the Minimum core temperature button and set the minimum core
temperature for poultry.
Press the Maximum core temperature button and set the maximum core
temperature for poultry.
Limit core temperature for meat
Press the Minimum core temperature button and set the minimum core
temperature for meat.
Press the Maximum core temperature button and set the maximum core
temperature for meat.
Limit core temperature for fish
Press the Minimum core temperature button and set the minimum core
temperature for fish.
Press the Maximum core temperature button and set the maximum core
temperature for fish.
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Limit finishing core temperature
Press the Minimum core temperature button and set the minimum core
temperature for finishing.
Press the Maximum core temperature button and set the maximum core
temperature for finishing.
Core temperature factory setting
Press the Core temperature factory setting button to restore the factory
setting.
If the "maximum core temperature" function is enabled and the maximum temperature is set
to lower than 75°C (167°F), the food (e.g. poultry) may not be cooked to hygienically safe
standards.
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Messages
Here you can disable messages from iCookingControl in the cockpit dialogue.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the Expert setting menu
item.
3
Press the Messages button.
iLC Messenger
Press the iLC Messenger and deactivate/activate the
iLC Messenger messages in the iLC mode.
iCC Messenger
Press the iCC Messenger and deactivate/activate the
iCC Messenger messages in the cockpit dialogue.
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iCC - Cockpit prompt
Press the iCC - Cockpit prompt button and activate/deactivate the iCC
Messenger messages.
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Monitoring door opening time in loading and cooking
This function is used to monitor door opening in iCookingControl and in iLevelControl.
If the door remains open too long, this is signalised with an acoustic signal and a prompt
appears on the display.
The monitoring function remains activated during the entire cooking process once the
racks have been loaded and can be adjusted in three levels as described below.
Levels 1 and 2 indicate that the appliance door is open and the quality of the product could
be jeopardised.
Level 3 is only available in iCookingControl.
Please check your product when level 2 has been reached!
If the appliance door remains open until level 3 is reached, the cooking process is aborted.
Using MySCC, you can change the settings by following the steps below:
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button to open the Expert Settings
menu item.
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Warning messages when loading
Press the 1 button. Loading warning: Close door and use the central dial to
set the time until the warning is emitted on or off (5 sec. – 180 sec.; off).
Press the 2 button. Loading warning: Check the product and use the central
dial to set the time until the warning is emitted on or off (5 sec. – 180 sec.; off).
Press the 3 button. Loading warning: Process interrupted and use the central
dial to set the time until the warning about the aborted cooking process on or off
(5 sec. – 180 sec.; off).
Warning messages when loading
Press the 1 button. Cooking warning: Close door and use the central dial to
set the time until the warning is emitted on or off (5 sec. – 180 sec.; off).
Press the 2 button. Cooking warning: Check the product and use the central
dial to set the time until the warning is emitted on or off (5 sec. – 180 sec.; off).
Press the 3 button. Cooking warning: Process interrupted and use the
central dial to set the time until the warning for the aborted cooking process on or
off (5 sec. – 180 sec.; off).
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MySCC - MyDisplay
Configure your display and access authorisation rights using the MyDisplay function and
save the created configurations as a Profile .
You can always access these configurations by selecting the relevant profile.
You can also limit the access to these profiles so that, for example, users can only access
cooking processes that they have saved themselves.
Activate/change profile
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button to open the MyDisplay menu
item.
3
Press the Activate profile button to change to
the relevant profile view using the central dial.
If you have already assigned a password to the
profile, you will now be prompted to enter it.
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You can also access the various profiles from the start screen. To
do this, press the arrow at the top right edge of the display.
Or alternatively press the bar at the top edge of the display. Once
this starts to flash red, you can change between the various
profiles using the central dial.
You can protect your profile from unauthorised access using a password. The protected
profile can only be disabled by entering the password. Please ensure that you do not lose
the password. Without the password, MyDisplay cannot be deactivated. In this case, please
contact the Customer Service.
Upload profile
Press the Upload profile button to upload the profiles from the USB stick onto
the appliance. Insert the USB stick before you press the button.
Download profile
Press the Download profile button to load profiles from the appliance onto the
USB stick. Insert the USB stick before you press the button.
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Edit profile
Press the Edit profile button to edit the profile.
You now have the possibility to make the following settings:
Press the Name profile button. You can now change the profile name.
Press the Password allocation button and then enter a password to protect
your profile.
Press the Order of priority button and set the order of priority from 1 to 5 for this
profile using the central dial.
The order of priority determines the hierarchical position of the profile in
comparison to other profiles on your appliance.
5 has the highest priority and 1 the lowest priority. This means that profiles
ranked from 1 to 4 are all subordinate to the profile ranked with 5.
As a result, you will not be prompted to enter the password despite a password
protection if you want to change from a higher-ranking profile (e.g. rank 5) to a
lower-ranked profile (e.g. rank 3).
However if you want to change from a lower-ranked profile to a high-ranked
profile, you must always enter the password if the password protection is
enabled.
Press the Delete profile button. The selected profile can now be deleted.
The display and the access authorisation rights can be configured in the administrator profile
(name "5 Senses"). This profile is set by default on the appliance and cannot be deleted.
All other profiles can be deleted.
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You can also make the following settings to customise the profile according to your own
requirements.
Start screen view
Poultry mode:
Press the button to define
whether the poultry mode
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
Meat mode:
Press the button to define
whether the meat mode
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
Fish mode:
Press the button to define
whether the fish mode
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
Egg dishes mode:
Press the button to define
whether the egg dishes
mode should appear on the
start screen for this profile.
Side dishes mode:
Press the button to define
whether the side dishes
mode should appear on the
start screen for this profile.
Baked goods mode:
Press the button to define
whether the baked goods
mode should appear on the
start screen for this profile.
Finishing mode:
Press the button to define
whether the finishing mode
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
Manual modes:
Press the button to define
whether manual modes
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
Top 10:
Press the button to define
whether the ten most
frequently used applications
of the ICC button should
appear on the start screen
for this profile.
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Programming mode:
Press the button to define
whether the programming
mode should appear on the
start screen for this profile.
iLevelControl:
Press the button to define
whether the iLC mode
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
Efficient CareControl:
Press the button to define
whether the cleaning mode
should appear on the start
screen for this profile.
MySCC
Hide all items except
favourites:
Press the button to set that
only the favourites may be
selected in MySCC.
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Edit favourites for this
profile:
Press the button to define
which favourites should be
saved in this profile with
MySCC.
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Assignment of access rights
Image/list view:
Select here whether the
programs are displayed
as images or in a list in
programming mode.
Create, edit and delete
programs:
Select here whether
programs can be created,
changed, deleted and
hidden for this profile in the
programming mode.
Sort:
With this option, you select
the criteria with which the
program list is sorted for this
profile.
Toggle image/list view:
Here you can select
whether you want to toggle
between the image or
list view for this profile in
programming mode.
Zoom factor:
You can select the favourite
for the zoom factor of the
image view for this profile.
Cooking parameter:
With this option, you can
select whether you want
authorisation to set the
cooking parameters or if
they should be read-only
or if you want to hide them
altogether.
List view filter:
You can disable/enable
the filter function for the list
view for this profile in the
programming mode.
Filter:
Set the filter for the
programming mode for this
profile.
iCC - Cockpit:
Disable and enable the iCC
cockpit for this profile.
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Efficient CareControl
Rinse without tabs:
Select whether the Rinse
without tabs cleaning
program should be
activated.
Rinse:
Select whether the Rinse
cleaning program should be
activated.
Interim cleaning:
Select whether the Interim
cleaning program should be
activated.
Save:
Select whether the Save
cleaning program should be
activated.
Medium:
Select whether the Medium
cleaning program should be
activated.
Strong:
Select whether the Strong
cleaning program should be
activated.
Program group directory
structure:
Press this button to display
the directory structure of a
program group.
Header text:
Save a name to display
during an ideal cooking
procedure (e.g. lunch).
Fast:
Select whether the Fast
cleaning program should be
activated.
Additional function
Information button/help:
The information button and
the help button are hidden.
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Add new profile
Press the Add new profile button to create a new profile.
In addition to the "5 Senses" administrator profile, you can add a further 10 profiles.
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MySCC - MyDisplay - Example
In the following example, we will show you how you can customise the design of your
profiles with the help of MyDisplay.
Press the button to open the
programming mode.
Open the programming
mode from the start screen.
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In the programming mode,
you can access the groups
from the filters.
Programs can be assigned
to a group. You can then
open a group to access all
the assigned programs.
MySCC - MyDisplay - Example
Press the button to create a
new group.
Enter a name for your
group. For example
"Bakery".
Confirm by enabling the
green check mark.
Using the filter, return from
the groups back to the
programs.
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Press the button to edit the
program.
Use the central dial to scroll
down to the program you
want to edit.
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You can now customise the
program.
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Press the button to save an
image to the program.
Press the button to assign
the program to a group.
Add the image you want.
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Press the Save button
twice.
Repeat this procedure for
other programs such as
bread, cheesecake, muffins,
pretzels or bread rolls.
Once you have created all
your programs, you can
then proceed to editing your
profile.
Select your group. For
example the "Bakery"
group.
Press the button to edit your
profile.
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Press the button to add a
new profile.
Here you have an overview
of your profiles.
The new added profile can
now be edited.
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Select what can be set in
this profile from MySCC.
For example that only
favourites can be selected.
Change the name of your
profile (e.g. in "Bakery),
enter a password and give it
a priority.
The order of priority
determines the hierarchical
position of the profile in
comparison to other profiles
on your appliance.
As a result, you will not
be prompted to enter
the password despite a
password protection if you
want to change from a
higher-ranked profile to a
lower-ranked profile.
However if you want to
change from a lower-ranked
profile to a high-ranked
profile, you must always
enter the password if the
password protection is
enabled.
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Customise your start screen
to suit your requirements.
For example, deselect all
menu items except the
programming mode.
The green check mark
indicates that you have
selected the menu item.
MySCC - MyDisplay - Example
Then select the expert
settings. For example, that
only the information and
help buttons are enabled
with which you can access
the online manual.
Here you can customise
how your view is displayed
in the programming mode.
You can set for example:
- Image view
- Toggle between images/
lists
- Disable filter
- Editing the programs
- Automatic zoom factor
- Pre-setting of filter on
groups
- Automatic sorting
- Read-only but not writeonly cooking parameters
- Read-only cockpit
dialogue
- Read-only "Bakery" group
Set which cleaning
programs may be used.
For example, only the
medium and strong cleaning
programs.
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Press the button to open the
start screen.
You can toggle between
profiles by clicking the
upper bar.
Now change to the new
"bakery" profile you have
created.
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Press the button when you
want to change the profile
again.
You can return to the 5
Senses profile again.
This view should now
appear on the screen. This
was defined in the previous
steps. The user can select
between the applications
displayed.
This is the end of the
example.
Enter the password to
return to the start screen.
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MySCC - Service
In the service level, you can access data such as the appliance model, software version
status or the hotline telephone numbers.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Press the MySCC button.
2
Press the button for the Service menu item.
Information on appliance type/software
Press the Information on appliance model/software button for information
about the appliance model and the software version.
ChefLine
Press the Chef hotline button to display the chef hotline.
Service hotline
Press the Service hotline button to display the service hotline.
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LAN cable connection
How to connect a LAN cable to the LAN interface of your appliance is described below.
The LAN interface is on the
underside of the appliance,
on the left side (on the right
of the rear panel for XS
models).
Unscrew the splash
protection cover.
Please now reassemble all
components (starting from
the appliance).
The components must be
assembled sturdily without
the use of tools so as not to
damage components and
seals.
Fit all individual parts onto
the cable, as shown in the
diagram.
Then plug the LAN cable
into the port.
NOTE:
If seals are damaged,
splash protection may no
longer be functional.
Now screw all the individual
parts of the splash
protection cover.
Danger of burns.
When laying the LAN cable underneath the unit floor, please make sure that it does not come
into contact with hot components.
Do not wrap the LAN cable around hot components.
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LAN cable connection
The assembly and splash protection is only guaranteed if you use an Ethernet cable with the
following specifications:
Maximum plug length of the Ethernet plug 45 mm
Maximum plug diameter diagonally 18.5 mm
Cable diameter, 5.5 - 7.5 mm
A CAT-6 network cable must be used for full functionality of the interface.
In a Combi-Duo installation, the installation of both LAN cables should be carried out by a
Service Technician.
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Communication
Networking appliances with the RATIONAL Remote App
The RATIONAL Remote App offers the convenience of monitoring your RATIONAL
SelfCookingCenter® (year of construction from 09/2011) from your iPhone or iPad. Once a
connection between the SelfCookingCenter® and the iPhone or iPad has been established
via the local area network, the entire content of the SelfCookingCenter® screen will be
transmitted and displayed. It also allows you to control the SelfCookingCenter® remotely.
The following conditions must be fulfilled before you can use the RATIONAL Remote App:
- Compatible for use with all SelfCookingCenter ® from construction year 09/2011 onwards.
- This SelfCookingCenter ® features a network card as standard.
- It must also be ordered or upgraded later with the Ethernet interface option.
- IP address, subnet mask and a gateway must be programmed on the appliance.
- The SelfCookingCenter ® can then be connected to the network just like a PC.
- The iPhone or iPad on which the RATIONAL Remote App is used must be on the same
network or WLAN to which the SelfCookingCenter® is connected.
- You cannot use the display or control if the iPhone or iPad is on a different network or if
there is only a mobile network connection (3G, 4G, LTE).
Connection settings
In order to connect your SelfCookingCenter® with the App, create a new device under device
management. For this you will need a host (IP address) and a port (default 5900).
You will find the information required in your SelfCookingCenter® as follows:
- Step 1: On the start screen, open the MySCC setting menu
- Step 2: Select the System management submenu
- Step 3: In this submenu, select the Network settings option. You can change the network
settings with this function.
If your SelfCookingCenter® is not yet connected to a network, please configure this first and
then restart the appliance.
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Communication
To prevent remote access, please make sure that you only use the RATIONAL Remote App in
a secured network.
To manage the SelfCookingCenter® from an iPhone or iPad, please only use the RATIONAL
Remote App from RATIONAL. The RATIONAL Remote App is available for free download in
the Apple App Store.
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Domestic technology
Cleaning the glass panes and the LED covers
The inside glass panes and LED covers can be
cleaned easily when necessary. The appliance
doors are fitted with their own pivoting glass panes.
Open the appliance doors to the 120° position and,
after pressing down both locking mechanisms, tilt
the first inside glass pane.
Clean the glass panes on both sides using a
soft, damp cloth or sponge and mild, household
washing-up liquid or glass cleaner.
Then press down both locking mechanisms and
tilt the second glass pane. You can then clean
the space between the second pane and the
LED covers if necessary using suitable cleaning
equipment.
The door may not be cleaned with the integrated hand shower or high-pressure cleaner,
Only clean the glass panes and LED covers using a soft cloth or sponge. Do not use scouring
pads or scouring agents.
Only use gentle cleaning agents such as glass cleaner or washing-up liquid.
Never apply cleaning agents to hot surfaces. First leave the door to cool down.
Do not heat up the appliance when applying the cleaning agent.
The following cleaning agents may not be used:
Aggressive cleaning agent
Strong acids and alkali
Undiluted alcohols
Acetone and methanol
Oven cleaner, grill cleaner
Petrol, benzene, toluene or xylene
The LED cover is well protected against dirt behind the inside and middle glass pane.
Nevertheless, the area around the LED covers can become dirty.
Open the inside and middle glass pane to reach the LED cover.
The transparent part of the LED cover contains the LED optics. This LED optics is a highquality part designed to ensure optimum light distribution and brightness in the appliance.
Please observe the following information when cleaning the LED cover:
Only clean the cover using a cloth, sponge or household paper. Never use scouring
sponges or scouring agents.
Only use gentle, non-abrasive and diluted cleaning agents such as alcohol-based
cleaners such as glass cleaner (Ethanol-based) or washing-up liquid.
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Do not use aggressive and abrasive cleaning agents such as: strong acids and alkali,
undiluted alcohols, acetone, methanol, oven cleaner, petrol, benzene, toluene or xylene.
Never apply the cleaning agent to hot surfaces; always let the door cool down first.
Leave the cleaning agent to dissolve before wiping it off with water.
Never heat up the appliance when applying cleaning agent.
Servicing the air filter
Table-top appliance 6 x 2/3 GN
Use a suitable object (coin, screwdriver) to loosen
the air filter by sliding the object into the slot located
at the front-middle and press backwards. This will
release the locking mechanism on the air filter.
Pull the filter downwards at an angle out of the
appliance.
Clean the air filter in the dishwasher (< 80°C) and
then leave it to dry. If the air filter is still covered in
dirt and residues after the cleaning process, it must
be replaced.
To install the air filter, slide it at an angle from
underneath into the appliance. Press the filter's
plastic housing up until it locks into place.
Air filter no.: 40.04.771
Table-top appliances 6 x 1/1 GN, 6 x 2/1 GN, 10
x 1/1 GN and 10 x 2/1 GN:
Loosen the air filter by pressing the frame on both
roughened surfaces. Tilt the filter down and pull the
entire filter out of the appliance.
Clean the air filter in the dishwasher (< 80°C) and
then leave it to dry. If the air filter is still covered in
dirt and residues after the cleaning process, it must
be replaced.
First insert the air filter with the rear hooks into the
holes on the bottom of the appliance and lock them
into place by pressing from below upwards (viceversa to remove the filter).
Air filter no.: 40.03.461
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Domestic technology
Combi-Duo table-top appliances 6 x 1/1 GN, 6 x 2/1 GN, 10 x 1/1 GN and 10 x 2/1 GN:
To change the air filter on the top Combi-Duo appliance, please open the doors of both
units and pull forward the cover plate. Watch out for the USB cable and the hose for
the door drip pan. This will give you free access to the air filter so you can replace it as
described above.
Stationary appliances 20 x 1/1 GN and 20 x 2/1
GN:
To replace air filters for stand-alone appliances
20 x 1/1 GN and 20 x 2/1 GN, please notify your
Rational Service Partner!
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Domestic technology
Replacing the door seal
The door seal is fitted in a groove on the
cooking chamber.
- Remove the old seal from the groove.
- Clean the groove rail.
- Insert new seal into the groove (moisten the
retaining lips with soapy water).
- The rectangular part of the seal must be seated
fully in the holding frame.
Cooking chamber seal:
6 x 2/3 GN
6 x 1/1 GN
6 x 2/1 GN
10 x 1/1 GN
10 x 2/1 GN
No.: 20.02.549
No.: 20.02.550
No.: 20.02.551
No.: 20.02.552
No.: 20.02.553
Replacing the lamps
LED lighting
To replace the LED lighting, please contact your authorised RATIONAL Service Partner
Halogen lamp
First switch off the appliance at the mains.
- Cover the appliance drain in the cooking
chamber.
- Remove the frame with glass and seal.
- Replace halogen bulb (no.: 3024.0201), do not
touch the bulb with your hands).
- Replace sealing frame as well (no.: 40.00.094).
- Remove the frame with glass and seals.
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Descaling the moisturing nozzle
Please check the moisturing nozzle for scale residue once a month.
step
info/button
instructions
1
Switch the unit off
2
Swing the hanging rack and the air baffle into
the centre.
3
Loosen the union nut on the moisturing nozzle
(turn anti-clockwise – spanner size 15).
Warning!
Aggressive chemical liquid – risk of chemical
burns!
Wear: protective clothing, safety goggles,
protective gloves, face mask.
Following descaling, rinse the moisturing nozzle
thoroughly with water.
4
Place the moisturing nozzle in the descaling
liquid and allow it to react (moisturing nozzle
must be free of scale)
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Descaling the moisturing nozzle
step
5
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info/button
instructions
Assemble in reverse order – note the
installation position
Fault messages
Displays for general faults
If faults occur on your unit,
they are indicated on the
display: Please note the
phone number for fast
contact with your customer
service department.
Faults on your unit which
allow you to carry on
cooking can be suppressed
by pressing the “back”
button.
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Fault messages
Please follow the remedial measure suggested in the table below.
fault indication
when and how
remedial action
Service 10
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Can be rejected by pressing the “back”
button. The unit can be used for cooking.
Please notify Customer Service.
Service 11
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Can be rejected by pressing the “back”
button. The unit can be used for cooking.
Please notify Customer Service.
Service 12
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Can be rejected by pressing the “back”
button. The unit can be used for cooking.
Please notify Customer Service.
Service 14
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Can be rejected by pressing the “back”
button. The unit can only be used in “dry
heat” cooking mode. Please notify Customer
Service.
Service 20
Displayed for 30
seconds when
the cooking mode
is changed, on
switching on
and when the
iCookingControl
modes are selected.
Working with iCookingControl - cooking
modes and programs is not possible.
It is possible to work in combi-steamer
mode with some restrictions. Please notify
Customer Service.
Service 23
Displayed
continuously.
Switch the unit off and notify Customer
Service.
Service 24
Displayed
continuously.
Switch the unit off and notify Customer
Service.
Service 25
Displayed for 30
seconds during
®
CleanJet +care
cleaning.
CleanJet +care is not working.
- Open the water tap fully.
- Check the incoming screen - Remove the
container from the cooking cabinet.
- If no faults are found, please notify
Customer Service.
- If Service 25 occurs during CleanJet ®
+care cleaning, please remove the tabs
from the cooking cabinet and rinse the
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Fault messages
fault indication
when and how
remedial action
cooking cabinet thoroughly with the hand
shower (also behind the air baffle).
- The unit can be used for cooking
temporarily.
Please notify Customer Service.
Service 26
Displayed
continuously.
If the fault message occurs during CleanJet
®
cleaning, please run "Interrupt CleanJet . If
the fault message continues to be displayed
®
after running "Interrupt CleanJet ", remove
the tabs from the cooking cabinet and rinse
the cooking cabinet thoroughly with the hand
shower (also behind the air baffle). Please
notify Customer Service.
Service 27
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
CleanJet +care is not possible. Switch off
the power at the mains for 5 seconds, then
switch on again.
Service 28
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Please notify Customer Service.
Service 29
Displayed
continuously.
Check the air filter under the control panel,
and clean or replace if necessary. Check
whether the unit is being affected by an
external heat source. If the service message
persists, notify Customer Service.
Service 31
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Core temperature probe is defective. The
unit can be used for cooking without the core
temperature probe. Please notify Customer
Service.
Service 32 Gas
units
Displayed
continuously.
Close the gas valve. Please notify Customer
Service.
Service 33 Gas
units
This is displayed
continuously after
being reset 4 times.
Close the gas valve. Please notify Customer
Service.
Service 34
Displayed
continuously.
Follow any requests shown on the display,
if the fault is not eliminated, please notify
Customer Service.
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Fault messages
fault indication
when and how
remedial action
Service 35
When it has been
switched on for 30
seconds,
Please connect UltraVent to the power
supply.
Service 36
Displayed for 30
seconds after
switch-on and when
operating mode is
changed.
Cooking only possible with some restrictions
– Notify Customer Service.
Service 37
Displayed for 30
seconds after
switch-on and when
operating mode is
changed.
Cooking only possible with some restrictions
– Notify Customer Service.
Service 40
Displayed for 30
seconds during
®
CleanJet +care
cleaning.
Restart CleanJet +care cleaning. If the
error occurs again, please contact Customer
Service.
Service 41
Displayed for 30
seconds during
®
CleanJet +care
cleaning.
Restart CleanJet +care cleaning. If the
error occurs again, please contact Customer
Service.
Service 42
Displayed for 30
seconds during
®
CleanJet +care
cleaning.
Restart CleanJet +care cleaning. If the
error occurs again, please contact Customer
Service.
Service 43
Displayed for 30
seconds during
CleanJet ®+care
cleaning.
Restart CleanJet +care cleaning. If the
error occurs again, please contact Customer
Service.
Service 44
Displayed for 30
seconds during
®
CleanJet +care
cleaning.
Restart CleanJet +care cleaning. If the
error occurs again, please contact Customer
Service.
Service 110
Displayed
continuously.
Please notify Customer Service.
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Fault messages
fault indication
when and how
remedial action
Service 120
Displayed
continuously.
Please notify Customer Service.
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Before you call Service:
error
possible cause
Rectification
Water dripping out of
the unit’s door.
Door is not closed
correctly.
If the door is closed correctly, the door
handle will point down on floor units.
Door seal is worn or
damaged.
Replace the door seal (see the
"Maintenance” section of the manual).
Care instructions for a maximum service
life:
- At the end of production, always
clean the door seal thoroughly with a
damp cloth.
- If lots of grilled products are cooked
(considerable build-up of grease),
then the door seal must also be
cleaned with a damp cloth between
cycles.
- If the unit is to be operated for a
long time without products, we
recommend that the cooking cabinet
temperature should not exceed 180
°C.
Noise is heard in the
cooking cabinet while
the unit is in use.
Air baffles, hanging
racks, etc., are not
fixed correctly.
Fix the air baffles and hanging racks
correctly in the cooking cabinet.
Cooking cabinet light
not working.
Halogen lamp is
defective.
Replace the lamp (see the
“Maintenance” section of the manual).
Low water level, water
tap symbol is flashing.
Water tap closed.
Open the water tap.
Water intake filter on
the unit is clogged.
Check and clean the filter. To do this:
Close the water tap, unscrew the water
intake on the unit, then remove and
clean the filter in the water intake. Insert
the filter, connect the water intake and
check for leaks.
Water running out of
the bottom of the unit.
The unit is not level.
Level the unit using a spirit level (see
Installation Manual).
Drain is blocked.
Remove and clean the outlet (HT pipe)
on the back of the unit. Blockages can
occur if products with a high proportion
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Before you call Service:
of fat are cooked frequently or if the
drop on the outlet pipe is too shallow.
To remedy: Run the outlet pipe as
described in the installation instructions.
®
Clean the unit regularly with CleanJet
+care.
The unit does not
indicate a function
after it is switched on.
External main switch is
switched off.
Switch on at the main switch.
Fuse on the premises’
distribution board has
tripped.
Check the fuses on the premises’
distribution board.
The ambient
temperature after
switching the unit off
remained below 5 °C
(41 °F) for a long time.
Heat the cooking cabinet to above 20
°C (68 °F). The appliance must only
be used in frost-free conditions (see
installation instructions).
Foam forms on the
unit at the top of the
outlet pipe during
®
CleanJet +care
cleaning.
Water is too soft.
Please notify Customer Service.
The outlet is not
installed correctly.
Install the outlet as described in the
installation manual.
The run time is
suddenly incremented
once more during
®
a CleanJet +care
process.
The CleanJet +care
process is interrupted.
Make sure that the air baffle and the
grid shelves are fixed correctly in the
cooking cabinet. There must be no
containers or sheets in the cooking
®
cabinet during the CleanJet +care
process.
Device indicates
“Please replace filter”.
The air filter is soiled.
Please replace the air filter. See also
the “Maintenance” section. Press the
“back” arrow to confirm the message.
The gas unit indicates
“change polarity”.
The power supply is
not connected with the
correct polarity.
If the gas unit is connected to a socket,
remove the connector and turn through
180°.
Have an electrician permanently
connect the unit with the correct polarity
(without a connector).
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Before you call Service:
Gas unit constantly
displays Reset.
Cooking mode button
flashing.
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The gas supply to the
unit is interrupted.
Open the gas tap, switch on the
ventilation cover.
The gas pressure is
too low.
Have the gas supply to the unit
checked.
The cooking cabinet is
too hot.
Use Cool Down to cool the cooking
cabinet (see the “Cool Down” section of
the “General User Instructions” manual).
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