Falcon S Series Compact Combis User Manual

Falcon S Series Compact Combis User Manual
USER’S MANUAL
C O M B I N AT I O N O V E N
WITH DIRECT STEAM
C O M PA C T
VERSION S
EN
Technical service
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MODELS
CEV .... / FCC....
CVE .... / CVG ....
CAPACITY
4 x GN 2/3
5 x GN 1/1
6 x GN 2/3
6 x GN 1/1
10 x GN 1/1
(024)
(051)
(026)
(061)
(101)
CONTENTS
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GENERAL REMINDERS
POINTS TO REMEMBER
DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE COOKING
SETTING THE OVEN MANUALLY FOR COOKING WITH TWO OR MORE CYCLES IN SEQUENCE
ENTERING AND SAVING A PROGRAM
SELECTING AND STARTING A SAVED PROGRAM
DELETING A SAVED PROGRAM
TEMPORARILY ALTERING A SAVED PROGRAM
SELECTING AND STARTING A PRE-STORED RECIPE
TEMPORARILY CHANGING A STORED RECIPE
SETTING THE CORE PROBE
AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
PARTICULAR PROGRAMS
OPERATING DETAILS
USEFUL TIPS
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
NON-ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
DOWNLOAD HACCP LOG
IMPORT/EXPORT RECIPES
SPECIAL PROGRAMS - MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC CLEANING
SPECIAL PROGRAMS - MANUAL CLEANING
SPECIAL PROGRAMS - WASHING KIT
SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
PRE-STORED RECIPES
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VERSIONS
S - Manual electronic controls - Programmable with 99 programs, with automatic 4-cycle sequence - Dedicated key for
managing 4 cycles, with displaying LED - Alphanumerical displays - Over 90 tested and memorized recipes (Version
S with core probe) - Direct access key to programs and recipes - AUTOCLIMA with automatic vent - Fast-Dry:
Rapid humidity evacuation system - Self-diagnosis - Autoreverse (automatic inversion of direction of fan rotation) Standard semi-automatic washing program - USB interface for software update, cooking programs and HACCP data
download - Controls for: humidifier, quick cavity cooling with door open, cavity lights, manual vent control (Fast-Dry
system).
OPTIONAL: - Core probe - 2 speed fan - Hand shower - Automatic washing system
The manufacturer accepts no liability for any inaccuracies in this manual
attributable to printing or copying errors. We reserve the right to modify
our products as we deem fit, without impairing their basic features.
The reproduction or copying of any part of this manual by any means
whatsoever is strictly forbidden unless authorized previously in writing by
the manufacturer.
- ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS -
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1 • GENERAL REMINDERS
Repairs may become necessary over time;
these and all major servicing operations
must be performed exclusively by
technicians employed by the manufacturer
or an authorized service centre.
LOGO
TYP. XXXXXXXX
2010
NR XXXXXXXXXX
3N AC 400V 50Hz
1.1 •Carefully read the directions given in this
manual; they contain important information
on safety during installation, operation and
maintenance.
Keep this manual in a safe place for future
consultation!
1 x 0.25 kW
TOT 6.25
1.2 •This appliance must only be used as
specified in the design: i.e. cooking foods.
Any other type of use is improper and
therefore dangerous.
TYP. XXXXXXXX
kW
kPa
200 - 500
IPX 5
LOGO
2010
NR XXXXXXXXXX
EN 203/A1
1 x 0.55 kW
A3
G 25
/
AC 230V 50Hz
B13
m3/h
Pmax / mbar
Pmin / mbar
1.3 •Only suitably trained kitchen personnel
should be allowed to use the appliance.
IT
IPX 5
1.4 •The oven must not be left unattended during
operation.
TOT
G 20
1
/
kW
B23
m3/h
Pmax / mbar
Pmin / mbar
Cat.
II 2H3+
Qn 40 kW
kPa
200 - 500
G 30 3.16 Kg/h
Pmin / mbar
P mbar
20; 28-30/37
0085
1.9 •In the event of technical assistance being
required, provide as much detailed
information about the fault as possible in
order to facilitate the service technician in
identifying and resolving the malfunction.
1.5 •There are surfaces of the oven that become
hot during operation. Take care!
1.6 •Ask the installer for information on correct
operation and use of the water softener;
incorrect or incomplete maintenance is at the
origin of the formation of scale, which would
badly damage the oven.
1.10 •In the event of breakdown or faulty operation,
switch off the oven immediately!
1.11 •The room in which the oven is to operate
must be well ventilated!
1.7 •Should it become necessary to call out a
service technician, all essential identification
details of the appliance are shown on the
data plate, located at the right-hand side on
the bottom.
1.12 •Safety sticker
• Maximum height for inserting containers with
liquids.
•ATTENTION to avoid scalding, do not use
the containers filled with liquid or food which,
through cooking become fluid, at levels
higher than those which can be observed.
1600 mm (63 inch)
1.8 •Each appliance is equipped with a data
plate identifying the model and its main
specifications. An example is given below of
a dataplate for an electric oven and one for a
gas oven.
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2 • POINTS TO REMEMBER
2.1 •Before any food is cooked in a new oven,
the interior must be thoroughly cleaned
(see “Daily Cleaning”).
!
2.2 •At the end of the working day, clean the
oven thoroughly inside and out; this will
ensure smooth operation of the appliance
and prolong its useful life.
2.9 •CAUTION
2.3 •Do not use high pressure water jets
when cleaning the oven!
No cooking with alcohol added is
permitted!
2.10 •F a i l u r e t o o b s e r v e b a s i c s a f e t y
guidelines may jeopardize the smooth
operation of the oven and expose the
operator to serious danger!
The manufacturer accepts no liability
if the original function of the oven is
altered or there is tampering or failure
to observe the instructions given in the
manuals.
2.4 •For daily cleaning, use only alkali based
products suitable for the purpose. Do not
use abrasive materials or products as they
will damage the oven surfaces.
2.5 •Always switch off the appliance when
work is finished, shutting off all utilities
(electricity, water, and gas if connected).
2.6 •Avoid any operation that might cause
cooking salt to be deposited on the steel
surfaces of the oven; if salt is accidentally
spilled, rinse off thoroughly without delay.
2.11 •To ensure long term efficiency and
reliability of the oven, scheduled
servicing should be carried out at
least once a year. With this in mind,
customers are recommended to sign a
service agreement.
2.7 •After steam cooking, open the door
carefully to avoid being hit by the rush of
residual steam escaping from the oven.
Failure to observe this warning may be
dangerous for the operator.
2.8 •To ensure safe operation of the oven,
do not obstruct the vents or any other
opening on the oven!
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3 • DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
3.1 •CYCLES (KEY 1)
Allows to set, recall and display the cooking
cycles.
The LEDs on with a fixed light indicate the
cycles set.
The flashing LED indicates the cycle in
progress.
3.8 • AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY
CONTROL KEY (KEY 12)
This key also performs the function of a
manual humidifier when pressed with
cooking in progress (key light on).
This function is useful for foods that
require added humidity when cooking.
Press the key and hold for as long as it is
wished to let moisture into the oven, the
corresponding LED will light up for as long
as the key is pressed.
3.2 •CONVECTION (KEY 2)
CONVECTION cooking mode key.
3.3 •STEAM (KEY 3)
STEAM cooking mode key.
3.4 3.5 Note: The appliance is fitted with
an automatic system for reducing
the cavity temperature in all cooking
modes. If the temperature exceeds the
display setting by 30°C, the humidifier
automatically directs cold water into
the oven and the temperature is rapidly
lowered. This precludes the possibility
that food could start cooking with too
high a temperature in the oven. In
addition, the added moisture prevents
foods from drying up.
•COMBI (KEY 4)
COMBI cooking mode key.
•FAN SPEED (KEY 5)
Fan speed selection key, normal with light
off, reduced speed and power with light
on.
3.6 •RECIPES (KEY 6)
Allows to set, recall and display the cooking
programs, the memorised recipes and
service programs (e.g. washing the oven).
3.7 •CORE PROBE (KEY 11)
Used to activate the core probe cooking
setting.
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3 • DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
3.9 • OVEN STEAM EXTRACTION
VENT KEY (KEY 13)
This function is only activated in convection
mode. Pressing the key opens the cavity
vent, allowing the escape of moisture
from the cavity. (LED on = vent open; LED
off = vent closed, flashing LED = vent in
operation).
3.11 •MAIN SWITCH - START-STOP (KEY 15) Press button 15 for 3 seconds
Allows the activation of the control panel,
activates selfdiagnosis.
The position of the vent (vent open/vent
closed) can also be saved in several cycles
of a program.
3.10 • OVEN LIGHT KEY (KEY 14)
Pressing this key switches on the oven
light, permitting the operator to check the
progress of the cooking.
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START-STOP button: allows to start and
stop the cooking in progress.
•B u t t o n l i g h t o n : S TA R T, c o o k i n g started.
•Flashing button light: TEMPORARY STOP obtained by opening the door. Cooking and
remaining time stop. By closing the door,
cooking starts again.
•B u t t o n l i g h t o ff : D E F I N I T I V E S T O P
obtained by pressing key 15: cooking
stops definitively as if the time has expired.
4 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE COOKING
OPERATIONS
4.1 • SWITCH ON
Press button 15 for 3 seconds. Whenever a
symbol appears in the anomalies display
(display 7-9) see the “Selfdiagnosis and
anomalies key” chapter.
Note: Approximately 10 sec. after
releasing the knob, the display will revert
to the actual oven temperature.
4.4A •SET THE TIME
The time display 9 shows [ InF ].
Turn knob 10:
- to the right to set the cooking time;
- to the left to set infinite time [ InF ].
4.2 • COOKING MODE SELECTION
The cooking mode buttons LEDs flash:
press the button of the desired cooking
mode (2 - 3 - 4). The selected cooking
mode LED will remain on with a fixed light.
Or
4.4B •SET CORE PROBE
See “Setting the core probe”.
The settings are saved approx. 10 seconds
after the last setting.
4.3 • SET THE TEMPERATURE
The temperature display shows a value
o f 1 3 0 ° C . Tu r n k n o b 8 t o s e t t h e
temperature (to the right increases, to the
left decreases), which will be shown in the
display.
4.5 •SETTING A NEW COOKING
If you wish to program a new cooking, the
previous cooking must be reset by pressing
button 1 for 3 seconds, after which the
cooking mode LEDs flash to indicate it has
been reset.
4.6 •SAVING THE COOKING MODE
If you wish to save the cooking, press knob
10 for 3 seconds.
The first free program will appear on display
7, select the desired program number by
turning knob 8 and confirm by pressing
knob 8.
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4 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE COOKING
STARTING THE COOKING PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
Displaying and changing saved values
If, during cooking, it is necessary to check
the settings, press key 1, the displays will
blink.
If the values displayed have to be modified,
use the relevant knob or keys.
Press the knob to acquire the values
modified or wait for about 10 secs. the new
data is saved automatically, the displays
are fixed on the real values.
Place the food in the oven. Refer to the
“Practical Advice” heading for more
information.
If the core probe is to be used, refer to
“Setting the core probe”.
4.7 •START
Press key 15 to start cooking: The
LED associated with the key remains
permanently alight.
At this point ...
the temperature display 7 indicates the
actual oven temperature.
The time display 9 indicates the time
remaining to complete cooking.
4.8 • END OF COOKING
If infinite time has been selected, stop
cooking manually by pressing key 15 for a
few seconds (LED next to key 15 OFF).
If a cooking time or core probe temperature
has been entered, a beep will be generated
when the time elapses or the set probe
temperature has been reached to indicate
that cooking has terminated (LED next to
key 15 OFF).
To stop the signal just open the door or
press a knob (8 - 10). Remove the food
from the oven, following the directions
given under paragraph 2.7 of the “Points to
remember” heading”.
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5 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR COOKING
WITH UP TO 9 CYCLES IN SEQUENCE
OPERATIONS
5.1 • SWITCH ON
Press button 15 for 3 seconds. Whenever
a symbol appears in the anomalies display
(display 7-9) see the “Selfdiagnosis and
anomalies key” chapter.
Note: cooking in manual mode with
several phasesin sequence allows the
pre-heating of the empty cooking chamber
before cooking: just set the cycle time 1
at infinite [ InF ]. On reaching the preheat temperature, a cyclic acoustic signal
and [ LoA ] on the display inform that is
time to use the oven. When the door is
closed, the Cycles button 1 displays the
second LED (2) flashing, which indicates
activation of the cooking cycle 2.
.
5.2 • SELECT
The cooking mode buttons LEDs flash:
press the button of the desired cooking
mode (2 - 3 - 4). The selected cooking
mode LED will remain on with a fixed light.
5.3 • SET THE TEMPERATURE OF
CYCLE 1
Tu r n i n g k n o b 8 s e t s t h e c o o k i n g
temperature, which is shown on the
relevant display.
5.4A •S E T T H E T I M E F O R C Y C L E 1
The time display shows [ InF ].
Turn knob 10:
to the right to set the cooking time;
to the left to set infinite time, [ InF ] thus
utilizing the first cycle as preheating.
Or
5.4B •SET THE CORE PROBE
FOR CYCLE 1
Refer to “Setting the core probe”.
5.5 • SELECT CYCLE 2 AND THE
FOLLOWING ONES
(UP TO 4 CYCLES)
Press the cycles button 1, the second
flashing LED (2) switches-on on the
cycles button. Proceed with setting as per
paragraph 5.2. If other phases are desired,
follow the same sequence.
5.6 •SETTING A NEW COOKING
If you wish to program a new cooking, the
previous cooking must be reset by pressing
button 1 for 3 seconds, after which the
cooking mode LEDs flash to indicate it has
been reset.
5.7 •SAVING THE COOKING MODE
If you wish to save the cooking, press knob
10 for 3 seconds.
The first free program will appear on display
7, select the desired program number by
turning knob 8 and confirm by pressing
knob 8.
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5 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR COOKING
WITH UP TO 9 CYCLES IN SEQUENCE
STARTING THE COOKING PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
5.8 • START
Press key 15 to start cooking: The
LED associated with the key remains
permanently alight.
At this point ...
the temperature display 7 indicates the
actual oven temperature.
The time display 9 indicates the time
remaining to complete cooking.
The luminous dot alongside the value
indicates:
blinking = cooking in progress;
permanently alight = cooking suspended.
This occurs, for instance, when opening the
door (refer to “Operating Details”).
5.9 • END OF COOKING
An acoustic signal informs that cooking has
ended (LED at the side of button 15 OFF).
To stop the signal just open the door or
press a knob (8 - 10).
Extract the product from the cooking
chamber following the indications in
paragraph 2.7 in the “Particular indications”
chapter.
Displaying and changing saved values
If, during cooking, it is necessary to check
the settings, press key 1, the displays will
blink.
If the values displayed have to be modified,
use the relevant knob or keys.
Press the knob to acquire the values
modified or wait for about 10 secs. the new
data is saved automatically, the displays
are fixed on the real values.
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6 • ENTERING AND SAVING A PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
6.1 • SWITCH ON THE OVEN
Press button 15 for 3 seconds. Whenever
a symbol appears in the anomalies display
(display 7-9) see the “Selfdiagnosis and
anomalies key” chapter.
6.5A •SET THE TIME OF CYCLE 1
The time display shows [InF].
Turn knob 10:
to the right to set the cooking time;
to the left to set infinite time, [InF] thus
utilizing the first cycle as preheating.
Or
6.2 • SELECT THE PROGRAM
Press the Recipes button 6, the display will
show [ACC], turn the knob 8 until [Pro]
is displayed and confirm by pressing the
knob 8.
Turn the knob until the first free program
is displayed (cooking mode LED flashing
and also program number on the display 7
flashing) and confirm by pressing knob 8.
6.5B • SET THE CORE PROBE
FOR CYCLE 1
Refer to “Setting the core probe”.
6.6 • SELECT CYCLE 2
AND THE FOLLOWING ONES
(UP TO 4 CYCLES)
Press the cycles button 1, the second
flashing LED (2) switches-on on the
cycles button. Proceed with setting as per
paragraph 6.3. If other phases are desired,
follow the same sequence.
Caution
The program is “new” when the LEDs of the
cooking mode buttons and the program
number flash on the display 7.
The program is “busy” when one LED of the
cooking mode buttons and the program
number on the display 7 have a fixed light.
6.7 • SAVING THE PROGRAM
Hold button 1 down for 3 seconds, display
7 shows [REC], confirm memorisation by
pressing knob 8.
The program number where the cooking
mode has been saved is shown on the
display 7.
6.3 • SELECT
The cooking mode buttons LEDs flash:
press the button of the desired cooking
mode (2 - 3 - 4). The selected cooking
mode LED will remain on with a fixed light.
6.4 • SET THE TEMPERATURE OF
CYCLE 1
Tu r n i n g k n o b 8 s e t s t h e c o o k i n g
temperature, which is shown on the
relevant display.
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7 • SELECTING AND STARTING A SAVED PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
7.1 • SWITCH ON
Press button 15 for 3 seconds. Whenever
a symbol appears in the anomalies display
(display 7-9) see the “Selfdiagnosis and
anomalies key” chapter.
CAUTION: If the program requires using the
core probe, connect the probe to the front
panel or the display will show “Err SP”
(probe error). See “self-diagnosis and fault
identification”.
7.2 • RETRIEVE
Press the Recipes button 6, the display will
show [ACC], turn the knob 8 until [Pro]
is displayed and confirm by pressing the
knob 8.
Turn the knob 8 to select the program
number to be recalled (see following list of
recipes), shown on the display 7.
7.3 •START
Viewing the settings
Whenever it should become necessary
during cooking to control the values set
for the current phase, press button 1. If
the settings of the next phases are to be
displayed, press button 1 and turn the
knob until the display shows the phase of
interest.
7.3a •
7.3b •
7.3c •
STARTING A PROGRAM WITH
STARTING A PROGRAM WITH
S TA R T I N G
PREHEAT
PREHEAT EXCLUDED
WITHOUT SAVED PREHEATING
If the retrieved program has
preheating, display 9 will show
[ InF ].
Press key 15 to start preheating.
A beep and the inscription
[ LoA ] on the display will signal
when the oven has reached the
temperature.
Place the food in the oven (if
the program includes cooking
phases with the core probe,
insert the probe in the food).
Close the door.
The Cycles 1 button shows the
second LED (2) flashing, which
indicates the activation of the
cooking cycle 2.
I n t ro d u c e t h e f o o d ( i f t h e
program envisions phases with
core probe, insert the needle into
the product).
Start cooking by pressing button
15 (LED on with fixed light).
Press button 1 for 3 seconds
or turn knob 10 until the time is
taken to zero.
An acoustic signal and LED 2
flashing on button 1 indicate that
the pre-heating phase has been
excluded.
Warning: pre-heating is not
only necessary when the
cooking chamber is already in
temperature.
Place the food in the oven (if
the program includes cooking
phases with the core probe,
insert the probe in the food).
Start the first cooking cycle by
pressing key 15 (LED on steady).
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PROGRAM
8 • DELETING A SAVED PROGRAM
8.1 • SWITCH ON
Press button 15 for 3 seconds.
8.3 •DELETING
Hold button 1 down for 3 seconds, display
9 shows [DEL], confirm cancellation by
pressing knob 10.
When cancellation has taken place, the LEDs
of the buttons 2 - 3 - 4 flash, indicating
that the program is empty.
8.2 • RETRIEVE
Press the Recipes button 6, the display
7 will show [ACC], turn the knob 8 until
[Pro] is displayed and confirm by pressing
the knob. Turn the knob 8 to select the
program number to be recalled, shown on
the display 7.
9 • TEMPORARILY ALTERING A SAVED PROGRAM
Foreword
T h e a p p l i a n c e p e r m i t s t e m p o r a r i l y
m o d i f y i n g t h e s a v e d p ro g r a m , t h a t
is for cooking in progress only. The
program to be changed must have
been started (key 15 with LED on
steady)! When the program is stored for
a product with a different size, for which it is
necessary to lengthen the cooking times, it
may be necessary to raise the temperature
or change any of the other parameters.
OPERATIONS
Retrieve the program and start cooking, as
described previously.
To modify the memorised program:
Cooking mode
... press the key corresponding to the
required cooking mode, wait for 10 seconds
(TIME OUT) and the change will be saved
automatically.
Increase/decrease temperature
... Turn the knob 8 to set the new temperature
value, confirm by pressing the knob or wait
10 seconds (time out). The modification is
saved automatically.
Increase/decrease time
... Turn the knob 10 to set the new
temperature value, confirm by pressing the
knob or wait 10 seconds (time out). The
modification is saved automatically.
Increase/decrease core probe temperature
... Turn the knob 10 to set the new
temperature value, confirm by pressing the
knob or wait 10 seconds (time out). The
modification is saved automatically.
Increase/decrease value
AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL
... Press button 12, the led flashes, set the
new value by turning knob 10, confirm by
pressing the knob or wait for 10 seconds
(time out). The modification is saved
automatically.
Note: The program display 7 shows the
temporary change with two steady luminous
dots.
The change made is cancelled when the
cooking time elapses: the program will remain
in the original version.
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10 • SELECTING AND STARTING A PRE-STORED RECIPE
OPERATIONS
10.1 •SWITCH ON
Press button 15 for 3 seconds.
10.4 •COPYING A PRESET RECIPE
A preset recipe can be copied in the
personal programs to then edit it.
Press button 1 for 3 seconds, [REC]
appears on display 7 and confirm the copy
by pressing knob 8.
The first free program will appear on display
7, select the desired program number by
turning and pressing knob 8.
10.2 •RETRIEVE
Press the Recipes button 6. The display
shows [ACC], confirm by pressing the
knob 8.
Turn the knob 8 to select the recipe number
to be recalled (see following list of recipes),
shown on the display 7.
IMPORTANT: if the recipe involves the use
of the core probe, connect the probe to
the front panel, otherwise the display will
indicate the following fault “Err SP” (Core
probe error) See chapter “Self-diagnosis
and fault identification”.
10.3 •START
Viewing the settings
Whenever it should become necessary
during cooking to control the values set
for the current phase, press button 1. If
the settings of the next phases are to be
displayed, press button 1 until the display
shows the phase of interest.
10.3a •
10.3b •
STARTING A PROGRAM WITH PREHEAT
STARTING A RECIPE WITHOUT PREHEATING
If the recipe selected includes a preheating phase,
the display 9 shows [ InF ].
Press button 15 to start pre-heating.
A cyclical acoustic signal and [ LoA ] on the
display inform when the chamber has reached the
temperature.
Introduce the food (if the program envisions
phases with core probe, insert the needle into the
product).
Close the door.
The Cycles button 1 shows the second LED (2)
flashing, which indicates the activation of the
cooking cycle 2.
Place the food in the oven (if the recipe includes
core probe cooking phases, insert the probe
needle into the food).
Start cooking by pressing button 15 (LED on with
fixed light). Press button 1 for 3 seconds or turn
knob 10 until the time is taken to zero.
An acoustic signal and LED 2 flashing on button
1 indicate that the pre-heating phase has been
excluded.
Warning: pre-heating is not only necessary when
the cooking chamber is already in temperature.
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11 • TEMPORARILY CHANGING A STORED RECIPE
Foreword
The appliance allows the user to
make temporary modifications to a
stored recipe, applying changes only
t o t h e c o o k i n g c y c l e i n p ro g re s s .
In order to make modifications, the
recipe to be changed must first be
started (button 15 with led on steady)!
This option can prove essential when
the stored recipe is for a different size
or weight of product, meaning that
cooking time or temperature must be
increased or another parameter changed.
OPERATIONS
Retrieve the stored recipe and start cooking
as described previously.
To modify the memorised recipe:
Cooking mode
... press the key corresponding to the
required cooking mode, wait for 10 seconds
(TIME OUT) and the change will be saved
automatically.
Increase/decrease temperature
... Turn the knob 8 to set the new temperature
value, confirm by pressing the knob or wait
10 seconds (time out). The modification is
saved automatically.
Increase/decrease time
... Turn the knob 10 to set the new
temperature value, confirm by pressing the
knob or wait 10 seconds (time out). The
modification is saved automatically.
Increase/decrease core probe temperature
... Turn the knob 10 to set the new
temperature value, confirm by pressing the
knob or wait 10 seconds (time out). The
modification is saved automatically.
Increase/decrease value
AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL
... Press button 12, the led flashes, set the
new value by turning knob 10, confirm by
pressing the knob or wait for 10 seconds
(time out). The modification is saved
automatically.
Note: The program display 7 shows the
temporary change with two steady luminous
dots.
The change made is cancelled when the
cooking time elapses: the program will remain
in the original version.
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12 • SETTING THE CORE PROBE
Foreword
The core probe allows cooking to be regulated
by monitoring the temperature at the core
of the product. This device overrides the
time setting, and cooking stops as soon as
the temperature at the core of the product
reaches the selected value.
The core probe can be handily used as a
portable thermometer, by inserting the probe
in connection A1 in any time operation
mode; with the oven on stand by, keeping
key 11 pressed for a few seconds, display
9 will show the probe temperature for
a few seconds. This permits checking the
temperature at the core of the food not being
cooked and therefore outside the oven.
OPERATIONS
12.1 •COOKING WITH CORE PROBE
Caution: When cooking with the core probe
and “Err SP” is shown on displays 7 and 9,
it is necessary to connect the core probe to
connection A1. If the first cycle is used for
preheating, it is necessary to keep the probe
outside the cavity; otherwise the program
cannot start.
Once the oven temperature has been set (as
described under the relevant headings), press
key 11 and turn knob 10 to set the required
core temperature. Connect the core probe
to connection A1, insert the probe into the
food (see “Hints on using the core probe”),
and proceed according to the cooking mode
selected.
Therefore, if you have chosen...
12.1 a •
12.1 b •
12.1 c • ONE-PHASE
MULTI-PHASE
A PROGRAM TO
MANUAL
MANUAL
BE SAVED:
COOKING:
COOKING:
press
key 15 to start
cooking
pass on to
setting the
next phase or
press key 15
to start the first
phase of the set
cooking
pass on to
setting the next
phase or wait
for automatic
saving of the
set program
PRACTICAL EXAMPLE
Setting
Mode: Convection
Oven temperature: 140°C
Time: Infinite
Core temperature: 78°C
What happens
Once the temperature at the core of the food
reaches 78°C, with the oven temperature
at 140°C, the heat source shuts off and will
automatically come into operation again when
the core temperature drops by 1°C.
In practice, it is no longer the oven temperature
setting that regulates the operation of the heat
source, but the temperature selected for the
core probe.
Caution: Wait for a few seconds after inserting
the core probe in connection A1 (the time it
takes the electronic card to identify the probe),
then start cooking with key 15 START/STOP.
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12 • SETTING THE CORE PROBE
In cooking with this sensor, the position
of the core probe is extremely important:
The probe must be positioned from the
top downwards at the centre of the food
to cook and be fully inserted. In pieces
whose thickness is less than twice the
probe, which is inserted horizontally to
the tabletop so that the tip of the probe
is anyhow in the middle of the food (see
figure).
It is also recommended to insert the
probe with the food at the centre of the
oven.
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
68
67
66
65
66
Optional: On request and without any
specific adaptation, it is possible to
connect a needle probe to control the
temperature of vacuum-packed foods
or small items.
Advantages
• Improves control over the cooking
process, eliminating the risk of loss and
waste;
• Permits accurate cooking irrespective of
the quality or size of the product;
• Saves time because cooking control is
automatic;
• Guarantees hygiene; with precision
monitoring of the core temperature,
there is no need for food to be handled,
poked
NOor prodded;
YES
• Ideal for large items of food;
• Cooking precision to one degree
centigrade for delicate foods such as:
ROAST-BEEF;
• HACCP requirements always respected.
YES
67
66
65
66
67
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13 • AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
Foreword
The AUTOCLIMA makes it possible to keep
a constant level of humidity in the oven
when cooking by convection or with the
combination cycle. It performs a double
function, on the one hand introducing
moisture, and on the other extracting
moisture from the food when a set value is
exceeded.
Especially advantageous for fresh products
that cannot have the same moisture content
from one day to another, but which when
cooked will always have the same aspect
and consistency: the level of humidity inside
the cavity is constantly measured during the
cooking phase and it remains constant.
This system makes it possible to achieve
consistent cooking results for the same food
cooked in different quantities.
OPERATIONS
13.1 • COOKING WITH THE AUTOMATIC
HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
Note: The cooking mode must be
Convection or Combi
Once the cavity or core probe temperature
has been set (as described under the
relevant headings), press key 12 to set the
desired AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL,
from h00 (very dry) to h99 (very humid).
Place the food in the oven and, if the core
probe is being used, insert the probe (see
“Setting the core probe”), connect the
core probe to connection A1 and proceed
according to the cooking mode selected.
Therefore, if you have chosen...
13.1 a •
13.1 b •
13.1 c • ONE-PHASE
MULTI-PHASE
A PROGRAM TO
MANUAL
MANUAL
BE SAVED:
COOKING:
COOKING:
press
key 15 to start
cooking
pass on to
pass on to
setting the next
setting the
phase or wait
next phase or
for automatic
press key 15 to saving of the set
start the first
program after
phase of the set 10 seconds
cooking
(TIME OUT).
Note: The vent must be closed, because
if it were set open (key 13) it would cancel
the setting of the humidity control.
Advice
Defining the humidity value requires a
certain amount of practical experience.
Nonetheless, it is impossible to commit
a catastrophic error, and this function
undoubtedly enhances the appearance of
the food.
Ideal for:
Foods that tend to dry up, small items
or foods that release excess humidity
(e.g. roast chicken) and when reheating
especially on a plate.
Advantages
Repeatable results, even when foods
are cooked together with others having
different characteristics.
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14 • PARTICULAR PROGRAMS
Foreword
Their purpose is to complete a cooking
process to obtain the best results, without
the operator taking any direct action, in
terms of presentation, degree of cooking,
reduction in weight loss, tenderness of the
food to serve.
OPERATIONS
14.1 • HOLDING AT TEMPERATURE
AT THE END OF COOKING
This function makes it possible to keep food
warm when the LAST COOKING CYCLE
has ended, enabling the operator to serve
the food “warm at just the right time.” The
cooking process stops, drying is halted
as the temperature and humidity are
controlled by the AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY
CONTROL SYSTEM.
The succulence of the food remains
undiminished, the holding precision is to
one degree Celsius, consuming very little
power ...
The best “HOLDING” results are obtained
when the last cooking phase includes
temperature control with the core probe.
[DRY]: holding with the oven vent open to
permit drying the food;
[30]: holding with AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY
CONTROL (AUTOCLIMA) on 30% (ideal
HEAT AND HUMIDITY)
How to set:
Set a program as directed under the
headings:
4 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE
COOKING
Or
5 • MANUAL SETTING FOR MULTI-PHASE
COOKING IN SEQUENCE,
Make sure that the appliance is in
DEFINITIVE STOP mode (button light 15
off), press button 1 until the last program
cycle is selected.
Press knob 10 for 3 seconds, the display 7
shows [HLD] and display 9 shows [OFF].
By turning knob 10 it is possible to select
the desired holding mode ([DRY] - [30]);
press knob 10 to confirm the selection.
The temperature in the chamber during
holding is pre-set at 80°C.
If the set HOLDING function is to be
eliminated, select the program, press
button 1 until the last cycle of the program
is selected, press knob 10 for 3 seconds.
The display 7 shows [HLD] and display 9
shows the previously set holding mode.
Turn knob 10 anti-clockwise until [OFF] is
displayed and press knob 10 to confirm the
selection.
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14 • PARTICULAR PROGRAMS
OPERATIONS
HOLDING is the last cycle in the program,
if the previous cycle is time based then
HOLDING will automatically turn on at
the end of the cooking cycle; if the cycle
includes operation with the core probe, it
will turn on when the set core temperature
is reached.
During the HOLDING function display 7 will
show the cavity temperature for a timebased program and display 9 will show
the probe temperature for a core probe
program.
Displays 7 and 9 will alter nate the
temperature display with the type of
holding; the display 9 shows for how long
holding has been on (increasing time).
During HOLDING the oven temperature is
kept around 80°C, AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY
CONTROL i s a u t o m a t i c a l l y a d j u s t e d
according to the type of holding selected.
The temperature at the core of the food is
kept as per the setting, and when there is
no heating the fan turns alternately to a set
time so that the heat and humidity in the
oven remain well mixed to ensure optimal
conditions.
The food will keep warm until you decide to
stop the cycle.
Advice
Once cooked, food can of course only be
kept warm for a limited period of time,
which must not exceed current health and
hygiene regulations.
It is not recommended for foods requiring
special cooking (such as roast beef), since
lengthy exposure to heat, even if moderate,
could alter their colour.
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14 • PARTICULAR PROGRAMS
OPERATIONS
14.2 •REHEAT PROGRAM
Foreword
Reheating plays a significant role in an
organized system of kitchen management:
cooking
chilling
storing
reheating
service.
Foods can be reheated either in a pan or on
a plate.
14.3 •F A C T O R Y- S E T P R E - S T O R E D
REGENERATION PROGRAMS Version S comes equipped with factoryset pre-stored regeneration programs.
The aim is to help the chef use the oven
immediately.
How to set:
To set the regeneration program, follow
the instructions given in chapter:
10 • SELECTING AND STARTING A PRESTORED RECIPE.
Advice
Reheating is intended as a process of
warming previously cooked foods to a
serving temperature of up to 65°C at the
core. This must take place as quickly as
possible, clearly observing the local health
and hygiene regulations.
For deep-frozen and/or frozen products,
the oven temperature is set to 160°C, the
food is put into the oven and after a few
minutes, when it becomes possible, you
pass on to use the core probe; clearly, the
program needs to be temporarily modified.
Advantages
This system makes it possible to present
the food “freshly cooked”, as regards its
appearance, flavour and firmness, even
after a few days’ conservation at +3°C.
The appliance is versatile as it can perform
differentiated functions without the aid of
additional equipment.
The pre-stored regeneration programs are
as follows:
- Timed
L77 = REGENERATION of plated foods
L78 = REGENERATION of trays
L79 = Steamed REGENERATION
- With core probe
L80 = REGENERATION of plated foods
L81 = REGENERATION of trays
L82 = Steamed REGENERATION
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15 • OPERATING DETAILS
FOREWORD
During cooking (LED on steady) the displays
show the actual values (current status). It is
anyhow possible to check the settings. For
this purpose, proceed as follows:
OPERATIONS
15.1 •DISPLAYING SETTINGS DURING
COOKING PHASE (without stopping)
Press key 1, the displays blink showing the
previous settings. After 10 sec. the actual
values reappear (TIME OUT) so in general:
display blinking: value set.
display on steady: actual value.
15.2 •CHANGING THE SETTINGS DURING
THE COOKING PHASE
(WITHOUT STOPPING)
15.2 a •
TEMPERATURE AND
TIME
To change the setting,
turn the relevant knob
to set the new value
(increasing to the
right, decreasing to
the left); the displays
show the settings that
have just been made,
after 10 sec. the actual
values reappear.
15.2 b • COOKING MODE
Press the key
corresponding to the
new cooking mode. The
corresponding LED will
light up.
15.2 c •
HUMIDITY CONTROL
Press the humidity
control function key 12
(the display shows [ h.. ],
the previous setting).
Turn knob 10 to make
the new setting. After 10
sec. the actual values
reappear.
15.3 •TEMPORARY STOP
Open the door. Cooking stops, the time
remaining to the end of cooking stops
until the door is closed again. Cooking
starts again from the point in which it was
interrupted.
15.2 d •
CORE PROBE To change the setting,
turn the knob 10 to set
the new value. After
the 10 seconds of
TIME OUT the actual
values reappear.
15.4 •PERMANENT STOP
To stop an infinite cooking time or interrupt
it definitively, press key 15.
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16 • USEFUL TIPS
16.1 • PREHEATING THE OVEN
The oven preheating cycle is extremely
important and useful for successful
cooking.
As a general rule, always preheat the cavity
when empty, setting the temperature
between approximately 15% and 25%
higher than that to be utilized subsequently
in cooking.
In the case of steam cooking, preheat the
empty cavity using convection mode as
this will allow temperatures of over 130°C
to be selected.
16.3 • FROZEN/DEEP-FROZEN PRODUCTS
The oven must be preheated and loaded
respecting the quality and nature of these
foods. For example, frozen spinach must
not be hit with temperatures that are too
high as, due to its nature, it could dry out
on the outside and impair the result.
16.4 • TYPES OF CONTAINER
For optimum results, it is indispensable to
use the right pan for the different kinds
of food: aluminium or aluminium plate
pans for confectionery and baked foods,
perforated pans for steam cooking, mesh
pans for pre-fried foods such as potatoes.
16.2 • COOKING LOADS
The depth of the pan must be suitable for
the height of the food.
For even cooking, it is preferable to
distribute the load over several shallow
pans rather than loading just one extremely
deep pan.
Keep to the weights specified in the
following table.
Nr. pans
Maximum load
per pan
Maximum
over load
4 x GN 2/3
2,6 Kg.
10,4 Kg.
6 x GN 2/3
2,6 Kg.
15,6 Kg.
5 x GN 1/1
4 Kg.
20 Kg.
6 x GN 1/1
4 Kg.
24 Kg.
10 x GN 1/1
4 Kg.
40 Kg.
16.5 • CLEARANCE BETWEEN
CONTAINERS
When loading the oven with the food to
cook, it is recommended to pay special
attention there is sufficient clearance
between containers. This makes it possible
for the heat and air to distribute evenly for
a more uniform result, which would not
be possible if the food in one pan were in
contact with the pan above.
16.6 • LESS SEASONING
By using this type of oven it is possible to
virtually eliminate the use of seasoning, oil,
butter, fat and flavouring. With a minimum
use of such ingredients in cooking, the
natural flavours of the food are highlighted
and the nutritional content remains intact;
this brings the benefits of a more dietconscious type of cuisine.
!
Notes: Obviously, when loading the oven
you should take account not only of
the weight of the food, but also its size,
consistency and thickness.
CAUTION
Do not insert pans/containers with liquids
deeper than 1.6 m.
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•CAUTION
No cooking with alcohol added is
permitted!
17 • ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
17.1 • PERIODICALLY ...
... It is recommended to clean the
deflector and pan racks as necessary.
For this purpose, proceed as follows:
•stop and shut off all utilities (electricity,
water, and gas if connected);
•take out the pan racks;
•using a screwdriver of the right size, or a
coin, unscrew the deflector screws to be
able to clean the back; it is recommended
to use the hand-held shower for thorough
rinsing (optional);
•dry with a clean cloth;
•it is necessary to remove the deflector if
the dirt is particularly tough to remove; do
not use abrasives or scourers that would
damage the steel surface; size permitting,
wash the deflector in a dishwasher.
Secure the deflector in the oven, making
sure the two fixing screws on the righthand side are well tightened.
17.2 • PROLONGED DISUSE
If the oven is to stand idle for any length
of time (e.g. holidays or seasonal closing)
it must be cleaned thoroughly, leaving
no traces of food or dirt. Leave the door
slightly ajar so that air can circulate inside
the oven. Be absolutely certain to shut off
all utilities (electrical power supply, water,
and gas if connected). For added care
after cleaning, the external surfaces can be
protected by applying a proprietary metal
polish.
18 • NON-ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
18.1 •To ensure correct and safe operation, the
oven must be inspected and serviced
at least once a year by a manufacturer
technician or authorized service agent.
18.2 •W i t h t h i s i n m i n d , c u s t o m e r s a re
recommended to sign a service
agreement.
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19 • SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
OPERATIONS
19.1 •With the appliance live and display off,
press button 6, the display 7 shows [USb],
turn knob 8 until [tIM] is displayed, press
the knob to confirm the selection.
•Setting the hour
The display 7 shows [h], and display 9
shows the time set.
Turn the knob 10 to modify the hour
•Setting the minutes
Turn the knob 8 again, display 7 shows
[Min] and display 9 shows the minutes set.
Turn the knob 10 to modify the minutes
•Setting the day
Turn the knob 8 again, display 7 shows
[dAY] and display 9 shows the day set.
Turn the knob 10 to modify the day
•Setting the month
Turn the knob 8 again, display 7 shows
[Mon] and display 9 shows the month set.
Turn the knob 10 to modify the month.
•Setting the year
Turn the knob 8 again, display 7 shows
[YEA] and display 9 shows the year set.
Turn the knob 10 to modify the year
Once the date and time has been set,
press button 6 to memorise the values.
.
20 • DOWNLOAD HACCP LOG
OPERATIONS
20.1 •With the appliance live and display off,
press button 6, the display 7 shows [USb],
turn knob 8 to confirm the selection
ATTENTION: When the USB pen drive has
been removed, reposition the protective
plate and tighten the protection screws.
The display 7 shows [hAC].
When download has been completed, the
displays 7 and 9 show [USB END]
Loosen the protection screws of the USB
port until the protective plate is rotated
by 90° in order to have access to the USB
port. Insert the pen drive into the oven USB
port.
Press the knob 8 to confirm the selection.
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If the USB pen drive is not inserted, the
displays 7 and 9 show [USB Err].
Insert the USB pen drive and press knob 8
to repeat the procedure.
21 • IMPORT/EXPORT RECIPES
OPERATIONS
21.1 •IMPORTING RECIPES FROM USB PEN
DRIVE
21.2 • EXPORTING RECIPES ONTO USB PEN
DRIVE
With the appliance live and display off, press
button 6, the display 7 shows [USb], turn knob
8 to confirm the selection
With the appliance live and display off, press
button 6, the display 7 shows [USb], turn knob
8 to confirm the selection
The display 7 shows [hAC],turn the knob until
[IMP] is shown.
The display 7 shows [hAC],turn the knob until
[ESP] is shown.
Loosen the protection screws of the USB port
until the protective plate is rotated by 90° in
order to have access to the USB port. Insert
the pen drive into the oven USB port.
Loosen the protection screws of the USB port
until the protective plate is rotated by 90° in
order to have access to the USB port. Insert
the pen drive into the oven USB port.
Press the knob 8 to confirm the selection.
Press the knob 8 to confirm the selection.
When import has been completed, the displays
7 and 9 show [USB End].
When import has been completed, the displays
7 and 9 show [USB End].
ATTENTION: When the USB pen drive has
been removed, reposition the protective plate
and tighten the protection screws.
ATTENTION: When the USB pen drive has
been removed, reposition the protective plate
and tighten the protection screws.
If the USB pen drive is not inserted, the displays
7 and 9 show [USB Err].
Insert the USB pen drive and press knob 8 to
repeat the procedure.
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If the USB pen drive is not inserted, the displays
7 and 9 show [USB Err].
Insert the USB pen drive and press knob 8 to
repeat the procedure.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC CLEANING
• THOROUGH CLEANING ...
... is a prerequisite for faultless cooking and
better yields:
• the food's own flavour remains unchanged;
• during operation there are no fumes caused
by burnt food residue;
• energy savings;
• less maintenance work and a longer service
life;
• the simplicity of the procedure means that a
thorough clean can be carried out quickly and
with minimum inconvenience to the operator:
•CAUTION
Never use direct or high-pressure jets of
water to clean the outside of the oven.
Never use corrosive and/or abrasive
substances on steel surfaces, and avoid
scouring or scrubbing with steel wool or wire
brushes, as this could result in irreparable
damage. Similarly, aggressive detergents,
of non-alkaline formulation containing high
percentages of sodium and ammonia, can
soon damage the seals, jeopardizing oven
efficiency and operation.
The outside of the oven should be washed
with a sponge and warm water with an
ordinary detergent suited to the purpose.
• It is recommended to use a specially
formulated detergent.
COMBICLEAN
Alkaline detergent
in a tank
COMBICLEAN
10 lt.
DL 010
NOTE:
RAPID COOLING WITH
OVEN DOOR OPEN
This function is activated only with the
oven door open. Keeping key 5 pushed
for 5 seconds activates the fan, which
rapidly lowers the temperature in the oven
to 50°C. This function is particularly
useful when the oven needs cleaning
immediately after a cooking cycle.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMS
22 • MANUAL CLEANING
22.1 •EXECUTING THE MANUAL CLEANING
CYCLE [CL]
6
15
7
8
9
Press the Recipes button 6,
the display will show [ACC], turn the knob
8 until [SPC] is displayed and confirm by
pressing the knob.
Turn the knob 8 to the right until the [CL]
message appears.
Press button 15 to activate the MANUAL
washing program, simplified successively.
display shows [rAF] if the oven
temperature is high, [Att] if the oven
temperature is low, on reaching the
temperature, it shows
[dEt In], the light of key
15 blinks to indicate a
TEMPORARY STOP, a
beep signals it is time to
open the door and spray
detergent in the oven.
T he
Close the door and press key 15 to turn the
wash cycle back on, after which the operator
needs to take no other action until the end of
the program.
If considerable deposits form on the drain filter
in the middle of the bottom of the cavity, clean
so as to ensure water and detergent flow out
freely.
The end
of the program is defined by a
cyclic beep, open the door to turn it off.
Switch off the appliance with key 15.
It is a good rule at the end of the washing
cycle to rinse the inside of the oven again
with the shower (optional), wipe the front
seal of the oven with a sponge or cloth to
protect it from early deterioration.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMS
23 • WASHING KIT
The device with Cleaning Kit allows the
operator to execute four cleaning cycles
for the cooking compartment: “RS”
RINSING (for a fast rinsing), “SC” SOFT
CLEANING (for NORMAL dirt) - “MC”
MEDIUM CLEANING (for THICK dirt) “HC” HARD CLEANING (for STUBBORN
dirt) without having to intervene in the
cleaning processes directly.
The detergent is evenly distributed through
the special nozzle at the right time,
avoiding any risk of contact with the
operator.
Using detergents other than the one
re c o m m e n d e d b y t h e m a n u f a c t u re r
is advised against because it might not
ensure good cleaning and could damage
the integrity of the washing system.
Make sure that the coupling for the detergent
is properly inserted and the tank is supplied
with enough of the detergent recommended
by the manufacturer.
23.1 •EXECUTING THE AUTOMATIC CLEANING
CYCLE [RS] - [SC] - [MC] - [HC].
6
15
7
8
9
Press Recipe button 6,
[ACC] appears on the display 7. Turn the
knob 8 to the left until you see [SPC] and
press the knob to confirm.
Turn the knob 8 to the right to select the
required cleaning cycle: RINSING [RS],
SOFT [SC], MEDIUM [MC], or HARD
[HC].
Press button 15 to start the cleaning program
you have just selected.
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SPECIAL PROGRAMS
23 • WASHING KIT
the display shows [rAF] if the oven
temperature is high, [Att] if the oven
temperature is too low
The end of the clean program is defined
by a cyclical audible warning.
Switching off the appliance with key 15
is not permitted during operation of the
RINSING, SOFT CLEAN, MEDIUM CLEAN
and HARD CLEAN programs; wait for
the end of washing signal, to be able to
switch off the appliance.
The RINSING [RS], SOFT [SC], MEDIUM
[MC] and HARD [HC] programs are an
automatic sequence of cycles (working
time and remaining time to the end of the
program are visualized on display 9), to
make the oven cavity dry and shiny.
Wipe the front seal of the oven with a sponge
or cloth to prevent it from deteriorating too
soon.
If considerable deposits form on the drain
filter placed at the center of the cavity
bottom, clean so as to ensure water and
detergent flow out freely.
Stop and shut off all utilities (electrical power
supply, water, and gas if connected). Leave
the door slightly ajar when the appliance is
not in use.
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24 • SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
24.1 •Whenever the appliance is powered up by
pressing the main switch, an electronic
diagnostics routine is run automatically to
check the principal functions. Assuming
the appliance is in perfect working order,
the oven temperature display shows the
actual temperature in the oven, and the
LEDs of the cooking mode keys all blink.
At this point the cooking parameters can
be entered.
24.2 •If any irregularities are discovered, on
the other hand, these are indicated in the
displays 7-9. Error codes are extremely
i m p o r t a n t w h e n t ro u b l e c a n n o t b e
remedied by the operator, since they give
the service technician an indication as to
the nature of the fault. The message on
the display is accompanied by a beep of 5
seconds, repeated every minute, until the
oven is switched off.
The main fault warning messages are:
MESSAGES
“ Err SC ”
Message on the displays 7 and 9. Oven temperature
probe faulty, switch off the oven immediately and
contact a manufacturer technician or authorized service
agent.
“ Err Sd ”
Vapour condensation temperature probe faulty. The
condenser is in operation continuously, but the oven can
still be used under close observation (increased water
consumption), until the arrival of a service technician.
“ Err SP ”
Core probe faulty. Should the message appear, it is
necessary to check the connector is plugged into the
socket (A1) properly. The oven can continue to be used
until the arrival of a service technician, but without this
accessory.
“ no H2o ”
This means there is no water: check that the shutoff
valve is open and that there is water still coming from the
main. If there is no supply from the main, inform the water
company or agency. If there is no problem with the main,
contact a manufacturer technician or authorized service
agent. In the meantime, the oven can still be used in
convection mode.
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24 • SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
The main fault warning messages are:
MESSAGES
“ Er 1 ”
The device preventing thermal overload of the motor
has cut in. Switch off the oven immediately and contact
a manufacturer technician or authorized service agent.
“ Er 2 ”
The oven safety thermostat has cut in. Switch off the
oven immediately and contact a manufacturer technician
or authorized service agent.
“ Er 7 ”
An abnormally high temperature rise has registered in the
compartment housing electrical components. The oven
can still be used under close observation, until the arrival
of a service technician.
“ Er 8 ”
An excessive temperature rise registering in the electrical
components compartment could result in damage to
components. Switch off the oven immediately and
contact a manufacturer technician or authorized service
agent.
“ doP ”
It appears when the door is open and signals that the door
microswitch fails to close the contact. Check that the door
is properly closed. If the signal persists, all the technical
service.
“ Err dEt ”
Check that the container of detergent is not empty and the
detergent is withdrawn correctly. If the signal persists, call
the technical after-sales service.
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The main fault warning messages are:
MESSAGES
WARNING FOR GAS MODELS
“ no GAS ”
No gas. Check that the shutoff valve is open and that
there is gas coming from the main. If there is no supply
from the main, inform the gas company or agency. If
there is no problem with the main, contact a manufacturer
technician or authorized service agent.
“ Err Fbc - Err Fbb ”
Gas appliances are fitted with ignition devices
incorporating an automatic reset function. If automatic
restore does not take place after several attempts,
displays 7 and 9 will show the error code [ Err Fbc ] for
chamber burners or [ Err Fbb ] for boiler burners, given in
the margin. An acoustic signal warns the operator. Press
key 15 to restore ignition. If the fault persists, contact a
manufacturer technician or authorized service agent.
Note: Burner shutdown is a safety condition. Therefore,
this situation is not a sign of the appliance malfunctioning.
If, after carefully carrying out these checks, the
appliance still does not function properly, call a
manufacturer technician or authorized service agent.
Note: When contacting manufacturer service technicians,
try to explain the fault in as much detail as possible,
referring all the information indicated on the identification
data plate.
“ Err brx ”
Burners Alarm.
Switch the oven off immediately and call the technical
after-sales service.
Note: x indicates the number of the burner in alarm
conditions.
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25 • PRE-STORED RECIPES
FIRST COURSES
L01 Crepes, Cannelloni
L02 Baked lasagne
L03 Baked lasagne (with probe)
L04 First Courses Au Gratin
L05 Steamed rice (e.g. Vialone Nano Rice)
L06 Paella (e.g. Parboiled Rice)
L07 Tomato sauce
L08 Meat sauce
MEAT AND POULTRY
L09 Traditional roasts (with probe): rack of veal,
pork loin, rolls, etc.
L10 Traditional roasts - Slow Cooking (with probe)
L11 Roasts with rind (with probe): leg of pork, lamb,
veal, porchetta
L12 Shin of veal, pork (whole)
L13 Roasted pork chops
L14 Mixed meat kebabs
L15 Roast-beef and whole fillets (with probe)
L16 Stew, ossobuco, braised meat with lid
L17 Braised meat and pot roasts with lid (with probe)
L18Cutlets
L19 Breaded veal cutlets and breaded meat
L20 Grilled meat
L21 Grilled Ribs, Fillet (with probe)
L22 Grilled fillet of pork, veal (with probe)
L23 Steamed meat: boiled (with probe)
L24 Baked guinea fowl and rabbit pieces
L25 Braised Chicken and Rabbit
L26 Roast chicken pieces
L27 Roast chicken
L28 Chicken on the spit (with probe)
L29 Fried chicken pieces
L30 Leg of turkey, goose (with probe)
L31 Roast whole Duck, Pheasant, Guinea Fowl
L32 Roast whole Duck, Pheasant, Guinea Fowl (with probe)
FISH
L33
L34
L35
L36
L37
L38
L39
L40
L41
L42
L43
L44
L45
Steamed Shellfish and Molluscs
Steamed Octopus, Squid
Steamed Crayfish and Lobster 500 gr
Steamed Spider Crab and Crab
Steamed whole fish (with probe)
Stewed whole fish
Filleted and au gratin fish
Grilled fish, sliced or whole 400 gr
Baked fish 500 gr: Bass, Turbot, Sea Bream, etc.
Baked fish 1000 gr: Bass, Turbot, Sea Bream, etc.
Baked fish (with probe): Bass, Turbot, Sea Bream,
in salt, etc.
Large baked fish (with probe)
Kebabs of fish, scampi and prawns
VEGETABLES
L46 Steamed vegetables
L47 Forced steam frozen vegetables
L48 Baked, sautéed and caponata vegetables
L49 Vegetables au gratin
L50 Grilled vegetables
L51 Roasted fresh potatoes
L52 Roasted frozen potatoes
L53 Frozen pre-fried potatoes
L54 Steamed potato pieces
L55 Steamed whole potatoes (with probe)
L56 Braised potatoes
L57 Potatoes cooked in foil (with probe)
EGGS
L58 Hard-boiled eggs
L59 Sunny side up
L60Omelettes
L61Crepes
L62 Sweet, savoury soufflé
L63 Savoury cakes
NOTE: Recipes with core probe are only displayed if the oven is actually equipped with a core probe.
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25 • PRE-STORED RECIPES
CONFECTIONERY AND BAKERY
L64 Sponge cake, Shortcrust pastry, Tarts
L65 Puff pastry, Strudel, Vol au vent
L66 Croissants, Muffins
L67Meringues
L68Puffs
L69 Crème caramel, Bounet
L70 Fresh bread
L71 Genoese focaccia
L72 Frozen bread
L73 Fresh slice of pizza
L74 Fresh round pizza
L75 Filled tarts, apple pie (with probe)
L76 Pan Brioches, Panettoni, Easter bread, etc. (with
probe)
VACUUM COOKING
L83 Fruit pieces
L84 Pear pieces
L85Custard
L86 Fresh green vegetables
L87 Fresh vegetables
L88 Potato pieces
L89 Stews and night-time cooking
L90 Low temperature meat (with needle probe)
L91 Meat for traditional roasts (with needle probe)
L92 Poultry and game (with needle probe)
L93 Whole fish, terrines (with needle probe)
L94 High pasteurisation
L95 Low pasteurisation
REGENERATION
L77 Regeneration on plate
L78 Regeneration on tray
L79 Steamed regeneration
L80 Regeneration on plate (with probe)
L81 Regeneration on tray (with probe)
L82 Steamed regeneration (with probe)
NOTE: Recipes with core probe are only displayed if the oven is actually equipped with a core probe.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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ALI S.p.A. - Via Schiaparelli 15 - Z.I. S. Giacomo di Veglia - 31029 Vittorio Veneto (TV) - Italy - Tel. (+39) 0438 9110 - Fax (+39) 0438 912300
DESCRIPTION OF DISPLAY AND KEYS
VERSION S
1
3
2
1
6
7
9
11
14
4
2
5
AUTOCLIMA
A1
FAST DRY
4
3
8
10
13
12
15
1 - Cooking cycle button
1
1
3
2
2 - Convection mode button
4
2
6
3
3 - Steam mode button
4
5 - Reduced speed button
4 - Convection/steam combi mode button
6 - Cooking/recipes programs button
7
7 - Display showing cooking chamber temperature and the program/
recipe
8
8 - Temperature setting/selection knob
9-Display with cooking time (remaining/set), product core
9
temperature display (real/set), humidity display
11
AUTOCLIMA
FAST DRY
13
12
10
10- Knob for setting/selecting Time/Core Temperature
11- Button for cooking with core temperature probe
12 -Button for automatic humidity (AUTOCLIMA), Manual humidifier
button
14
15
5
A1
13-Button for cavity vent
14- Oven lights key
15- Main switch - Start/Stop button
A1- Core temperature probe connection
A2- Core temperature probe
A2
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