USER`S MANUAL

USER`S MANUAL
USER’S MANUAL
COMBINATION OVEN
WITH DIRECT STEAM
VERSION P - COMPACT
EN
Technical service
90024060rev00
CONTENTS
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2 •
3 •
4 •
5 •
6 •
7 •
8 •
9 •
10 •
11 •
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GENERAL REMINDERS
POINTS TO REMEMBER
DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE COOKING
MANUAL SETTINGS FOR COOKING WITH UP TO 9 CYCLES IN SEQUENCE
ENTERING AND SAVING A PROGRAM
SELECTING AND STARTING A SAVED PROGRAM
TEMPORARILY ALTERING A SAVED PROGRAM
SETTING THE CORE PROBE
AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
11.1 • HOLDING AT THE END OF COOKING: COOK & HOLD
11.2 • REHEAT PROGRAM
11.3 • PROGRAMS (FACTORY SET)
• OPERATING DETAILS
• PRACTICAL ADVICE
• DAILY CLEANING
• ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
• MAJOR SERVICING
• SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
• RECIPES (FACTORY SET)
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VERSIONS
P - COMPACT - Programmable electronics, humidifier, lighting and double-glazed door.
(Core probe on request)
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.
ALI S.p.A. - 01.09.2004
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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.
1.1
1.2
1.3
2003
TYP. ME 061 "P"
NR xxxxxxxxxx
50 Hz
3N AC 400 V
IPX 5
• 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.
• The oven must not be left unattended during
operation.
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.
2003
AC 230 V
A3
IT
IPX 5
NR xxxxxxxxxx
50 Hz
B13
Cat.
II 2H3+
1.00 kW
kPa
200 - 500
B23
P mbar
20; 28-30/37
0085
• In the event of technical assistance being
required, the trouble must be described in
as much detail as possible, so that a
service technician will be able straight away
to understand the nature of the problem.
1.10 • In the event of breakdown or faulty operation,
switch off the oven immediately!
• 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.
1.11 • The room, in which the oven is to operate,
must be well ventilated!
1.12 • Safety sticker
• Maximum height for inserting containers with
liquids
• 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.
1600 mm (63 inch)
1.8
TYP.
Qn 18 kW
1.9
1.7
- 03
LX TYP. MG 101 "P"
• Only suitably trained kitchen personnel should
be allowed to use the appliance.
1.4
kPa
200 - 500
8 kW
• 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!
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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.
2.3
• Do not use high pressure water jets
when cleaning the oven!
2.4
• For daily cleaning, use only alkali based
products suitable for the purpose.
Abrasive materials and products should not
be used as they will damage the surfaces.
2.5
• Always switch off the appliance when work
is finished, and shut off all energy supplies
(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 immediately and
thoroughly.
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 in the casing!
2.9
• 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.
Failure to observe basic safety
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.
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3 • DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
ON-OFF (KEY 1)
Turns on the control panel, activates selfdiagnosis.
Key light on: appliance ready for use.
Key light off: appliance powered, control panel off.
START-STOP (KEY 16)
START-STOP key: to start and stop cooking in
progress.
• Key light on: START, cooking started.
• Intermittent key light: TEMPORARY STOP
obtained by opening the door or pressing the key
once. Cooking and remaining time are stopped.
Closing the door or pressing key 16 again restarts
cooking.
• Key light off: FINAL STOP obtained by keeping
key 16 pressed for 3 seconds: cooking stops, as if
the time had elapsed.
CONVECTION (KEY 2)
CONVECTION cooking mode key.
STEAM (KEY 3)
STEAM cooking mode key.
COMBI (KEY 4)
COMBI cooking mode key.
3.1
• OVEN LIGHT KEY (KEY 22)
Pressing this key switches on the oven
light, permitting the operator to check the
progress of the cooking.
3.2
• RAPID COOLING KEY WITH DOOR
OPEN (KEY 21)
This function is activated only with the oven
door open. Pressing the key activates the
fan, which rapidly lowers the temperature
in the oven to 50 °C. This function is
particularly useful if one cooking operation
at high temperature is to be followed by
another using a much lower temperature,
or when the oven needs cleaning
immediately after a cooking operation (see
“Daily Cleaning”).
3.3
• CAVITY VENT KEY
This function is only activated in convection
mode; turning the valve 39 extracts excess
humidity from the cavity.
Vent open
Vent closed
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3 • DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
OPERATIONS
3.4
• AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL
KEY (KEY 14)
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.
3.5
• DELETING A PROGRAM
To delete the content of a cooking program
that has been saved, proceed as follows:
display the program to delete (e.g. 09),
press and hold keys 21 and 22 for 5 sec.
and its content is automatically deleted.
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.
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4 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE COOKING
OPERATIONS
4.1
4.2
4.3
Note: Approximately 10 sec. after
releasing the knob, the display will revert
to the actual oven temperature.
• SWITCH ON
Press key 1. If a symbol appears in the
fault warning display (display 5-6), refer to
“Self-diagnosis and fault identification”.
Page 24.
4.4A • SET THE TIME
The time display 6 shows [ 000 ]. Turn
knob 26:
- to the right to set the cooking time;
- to the left to set infinite time [ Inf ].
• COOKING MODE SELECTION
The three LEDs of the cooking mode keys
all blink: press the desired cooking
mode key (2 - 3 - 4). The LED of the
selected cooking mode remains
permanently alight.
Or
4.4B • SET CORE PROBE
See “Setting the core probe”.
The settings are saved approx. 10 seconds
after the last setting.
• SET THE TEMPERATURE
The temperature display shows a value of
130 °C. Turn knob 25 to set the
temperature (to the right increases, to the
left decreases), which will be shown in the
display.
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4 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR ONE-PHASE COOKING
STARTING THE COOKING PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
Place the food in the oven. Refer to the
“Practical Advice” heading for more
information. Page 22.
If the core probe is to be used, refer to
“Setting the core probe” and“Hints on
using the core probe”. Page 15.
4.5
4.6
• START
Press key 16 to start cooking: the LED
associated with the key remains
permanently alight.
At this point...
the temperature display indicates the
actual oven temperature.
• END OF COOKING
If infinite time has been selected, stop
cooking manually by pressing key 16 for a
few seconds (LED next to key 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 16 OFF).
Just open the door to stop the beeping.
Remove the food from the oven, following
the directions given under paragraph 2.7 of
the “Points to remember” heading. Page 4.
Displaying and changing saved values
If, during cooking, it is necessary to check
the settings, press the relevant cooking
mode key, the displays will blink.
If the values displayed have to be modified,
use the relevant knob or keys.
After approx. 10 sec. the new data are
saved automatically and the displays show
the actual values.
The time display indicates the time
remaining to complete cooking.
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5 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR COOKING
WITH UP TO 9 CYCLES IN SEQUENCE
programs (see “Entering and saving a
program”). Page 11.
A manual setting with more than one cycle
cannot be saved; for cooking you want to
repeat, it is recommended to use the saved
OPERATIONS
5.1
5.4A • SET THE TIME OF CYCLE 1
The time display shows [ 000 ].
Turn knob 26:
to the right to set the cooking time;
to the left to set infinite time [ Inf ], thus
utilizing the first cycle as preheating.
• SWITCH ON
Press key 1. If a symbol appears in the
fault warning display, refer to “Selfdiagnosis and fault identification”. Page 24.
Note: Cooking in manual mode with a
number of phases in sequence permits
preheating the cavity with no load before
putting food into the oven: it will be
enough to set the time for cycle 1 on
infinite “ [ Inf ] “ and, on reaching the
preheating temperature, a cyclical beep
will indicate it is time to put the food into
the oven. On closing the door, display 9
will show “2” indicating cooking cycle 2
has started.
5.2
• SELECT
The LEDs of the cooking mode keys all
blink. Press the key of the required
cooking mode (2 - 3 - 4) for cycle 1: the
LED of the chosen cooking mode stays on
with a steady light.
5.3
• SET THE TEMPERATURE OF
CYCLE 1
Turning knob 25 sets the cooking
temperature, which is shown on the
relevant display.
Or
5.4B • SET THE CORE PROBE FOR
CYCLE 1
Refer to “Setting the core probe”. Page 15.
5.5
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• SELECT CYCLE 2 AND THE
FOLLOWING ONES (UP TO 9
CYCLES)
Press key 18, display 6 will show “C1”.
Turn knob 26 until “C2” appears.
Now go back to paragraph 5.3 to continue
with the setting; to confirm the data
entered, press key 18 again.
Repeat the sequence for further phases if
required.
5 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR COOKING
WITH UP TO 9 CYCLES IN SEQUENCE
STARTING THE COOKING PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
5.6
• START
Press key 16.
The LED associated with the key remains
permanently alight.
5.7
At this point...
the temperature display indicates the
actual oven temperature.
The time display indicates the time
remaining to complete cooking (sum of
times of each single phase).
• END OF COOKING
A beep will be generated to indicate that
cooking has terminated (LED next to
key 16 off). Just open the door to stop the
beeping.
Remove the food from the oven, following
the directions given under paragraph 2.7 of
the “Points to remember” heading.
Displaying and changing saved values
If, during cooking, it is necessary to check
the settings for the current phase, press
the relevant cooking mode key; the
displays will blink for 10 sec..
If the values displayed have to be modified,
use the relevant knob or press key 18 and
turn knob 26 to pass on to the following
cycle.
After approx. 10 sec. (TIME-OUT) the new
data are saved automatically and the
displays show the actual values.
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6 • ENTERING AND SAVING A PROGRAM
consecutive cooking phases, controlled
both by time and by the core probe.
FOREWORD
The example given in this heading
comprises a preheat stage and three
OPERATIONS
6.1 • SWITCH ON THE OVEN
Press key 1.
6.3
• SET OVEN PREHEATING (CYCLE 1)
To gain access to the temperature setting,
press key 2 (CONVECTION) and turn
knob 25 to the required value (140 °C).
Turn the knob 26 to the left to set infinite
time [ Inf ].
6.4
• SET CYCLE 2: COOKING
Press key 18 and turn knob 26 to the right.
The display 6 shows “C2”.
6.2 • SELECT THE PROGRAM
Press key 18 and turn knob 25 to select
the number you want to give the cooking
program (e.g. 9), shown in the display 5.
CAUTION
The program is “new” when the LEDs of
the three cooking modes blink at the same
time.
The program is “busy” when the LED of a
single cooking mode is on.
6.4a •
6.4b •
6.4c •
SELECT THE
SET THE
SET THE TIME
COOKING
TEMPERATURE
FOR CYCLE 2
Turn knob 26
As the cooking and enter a
cooking time of
Press key 3 for mode for
10 minutes.
cycle 2 is
the steam
cooking mode. steam and the
temperature of
100 °C already
preset, move
on to the next
step.
MODE FOR
CYCLE 2
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FOR CYCLE 2
6 • ENTERING AND SAVING A PROGRAM
OPERATIONS
6.5
• SET CYCLE 3
Press key 18 and turn knob 26 to the
right. The display 6 shows “C3”.
6.5a •
6.5b •
6.5c •
SELECT THE
SET THE
SET THE
COOKING MODE
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE AT
FOR CYCLE 3
FOR CYCLE 3
THE CORE OF THE
Press key 2 for
the convection
cooking mode.
Turn knob 25 to
the right and set
180 °C.
FOOD
6.6 • SET CYCLE 4
Press key 18 and turn knob 26 to the right.
The display 6 shows “C4”.
On pressing
key 12 display 6
will blink. Set
68 °C (the time is
not set when
using the core
probe) by turning
knob 26.
6.6a •
6.6b •
6.6c •
SELECT THE
SET THE
SET THE
COOKING
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE
MODE FOR
FOR CYCLE 4
AT THE CORE
Turn knob 25 to OF THE FOOD
Press key 4 for the right and
On pressing
set 160 °C.
the combi
key 12
cooking mode.
display 6 will
blink. Set
82 °C by
turning
knob 26.
CYCLE 4
6.7 • SAVING THE PROGRAM
Wait 10 seconds to save the settings
automatically or, without waiting, press
key 16 to start cooking with a number of
phases.
Summary table for entering and saving the cooking program
Cycle
Mode
Preheating oven
with no load
Convection
Temperature °C
Time h : m
Core probe °C
140
Infinite time
(Inf)
(setting cannot
be activated
in this phase)
Cycle 1
Cycle 2
Steam
100
10 min.
--
Cycle 3
Convection
180
--
68
Cycle 4
Combi
160
--
82
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OPERATIONS
7.1
• SWITCH ON
Press key 1.
7.2
• RETRIEVE
Retrieve the required cooking program by
pressing key 18 and turning knob 25 to
reach the program.
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 selfdiagnosis and fault identification on
page 27.
7.3
• START
Viewing the settings
If, during cooking, it is necessary to check
the settings for the current phase, press
the relevant cooking mode key. If you want
to view the settings of the following
phases, press key 18 and turn knob 26 to
the right until you reach the required cycle.
On reaching the cycle, press the cooking
mode key to view the settings on the
displays.
7.3a •
7.3b •
7.3c •
STARTING A PROGRAM WITH
STARTING A PROGRAM WITH
STARTING A PROGRAM WITHOUT
PREHEAT
PREHEAT EXCLUDED
SAVED PREHEATING
If the retrieved program has
preheating, display 6 will show
[ Inf ]
Press key 16 to start preheating.
A beep 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 oven will
automatically switch on.
Place the food in the oven (if the
program includes cooking phases
with the core probe, insert the
probe in the food).
As soon as the program is
retrieved, start the cooking by
pressing key 16 (LED on steady).
Keep the cooking mode key
pressed for 5 seconds, display 6
will show “C2”.
The preheat stage has now been
skipped.
Warning: Preheating is not
necessary only when the oven is
already hot.
Place the food in the oven (if the
program includes cooking phases
with the core probe, insert the
probe in the food).
As soon as the program is
retrieved, start the first cooking
cycle by pressing key 16 (LED on
steady).
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8 • TEMPORARILY ALTERING A SAVED PROGRAM
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.
Foreword
The appliance permits temporarily
modifying the saved program, that is for
cooking in progress only. The program to
be changed must have been started
(key 16 with LED on steady)! When the
program is stored for a product with a
OPERATIONS
Increase/decrease setting
AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL
... press key 14, the LED will blink. Make
the new setting by turning knob 26, wait for
10 seconds (TIME OUT) and the change
will be saved automatically.
Retrieve the program and start cooking, as
described previously.
Press key 18, display 6 will show the
current phase.
Cooking mode
... press the key corresponding to the
required cooking mode, wait for 10
seconds (TIME OUT) and the change will
be saved automatically.
Note: The change made is cancelled
when the cooking time elapses: the
program will remain in the original version.
Increase/decrease temperature and/or
time
... turn knob 25 and/or 26 to set the new
temperature setting. Wait for 10 seconds
(TIME OUT), the change will be saved
automatically.
Increase/decrease
core
probe
temperature
... press key 12, the LED will blink. Make
the new setting by turning knob 26, wait for
10 seconds (TIME OUT) and the change
will be saved automatically
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9 • SETTING THE CORE PROBE
in connection 26 in any time operation mode;
with the oven on stand by, keeping key 12
pressed for a few seconds, display 6 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.
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
OPERATIONS
9.1 • COOKING WITH CORE PROBE
Caution: When cooking with the core probe
and “ERR SP” is shown on displays 5 and 6,
it is necessary to connect the core probe to
connection 27. If the first cycle is used for
preheating, it is necessary to keep the probe
outside the cavity; otherwise the program
cannot start.
AUTOMATIC HOLDING FUNCTION
If you want to keep the food hot at the end of
cooking; set infinite time [ Inf ], then press
key 12, and set the required core temperature
with knob 26. The dish will keep warm and
ventilation will switch on intermittently until
you decide to stop the holding function (for
example by opening the door).
Once the oven temperature has been set (as
described under the relevant headings), press
key 12 and turn knob 26 to set the required
core temperature. Connect the core probe to
connection 27, 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...
9.1 a •
9.1 b •
9.1 c •
MANUAL
MANUAL
A PROGRAM TO
COOKING, ONE
COOKING WITH
BE SAVED
PHASE:
MORE THAN
pass on to
setting the next
phase or wait
for automatic
saving of the set
program.
press key 16 to ONE PHASE IN
start cooking.
SEQUENCE:
pass on to
setting the next
phase or press
key 16 to start
the first phase
of the set
cooking.
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 27 (the time it
takes the electronic card to identify the probe),
then start cooking with key 16 START/STOP.
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9 • SETTING THE CORE PROBE
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.
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, it 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
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 or
prodded;
• ideal for large items of food;
• cooking precision to one degree centigrade
for delicate foods such as: ROAST-BEEF;
• HACCP requirements always respected.
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10 • AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
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 permits obtaining the same
cooking result for the same food cooked in
different quantities.
Foreword
The AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY CONTROL
SYSTEM 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.
OPERATIONS
10.1 • COOKING WITH THE AUTOMATIC
HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
Note: The cooking mode must be
Convection or Combi
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.
Once the cavity or core probe temperature
has been set (as described under the
relevant headings), press key 14 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 27 and proceed
according to the cooking mode selected.
Therefore, if you have chosen...
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.
Note: The vent must be closed, because if
it were set open it would cancel the
setting of the automatic humidity control.
10.1 a •
10.1 b •
10.1 c •
MANUAL
MANUAL
A PROGRAM TO
COOKING, ONE
COOKING WITH
BE SAVED
PHASE:
MORE THAN
pass on to
setting the next
phase or wait
for automatic
saving of the set
program after
10 seconds
(TIME OUT).
press key 16 to ONE PHASE IN
start cooking
SEQUENCE:
pass on to
setting the next
phase or press
key 16 to start
the first phase
of the set
cooking
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11 • SPECIAL PROGRAMS
terms of presentation, degree of cooking,
reduction in weight loss, tenderness of the
food to serve.
Foreword
Their purpose is to complete a cooking
process to obtain the best results, without
the operator taking any direct action, in
OPERATIONS
By turning knob 25 you can select the
required holding mode; press key 18 to
confirm the selection.
The cavity temperature during holding is
preset to 80 °C.
If you want to eliminate the set HOLDING
function, select the program.
Using knob 26, select the last cycle in the
program. Press key 2, display 6 will show
“HLD”, turn knob 26 to the right, display 6
will show the number of the phase and the
the blinking LEDs of keys 2, 3 and 4 that
the phase is empty.
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 5 will
show the cavity temperature for a timebased program and display 6 will show the
probe temperature for a core probe
program.
Displays 5 and 6 will alternate the
temperature display with the type of
holding; display 6 shows how long holding
has been on (increasing time).
During HOLDING the oven temperature is
kept around 80 °C, AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY
CONTROL is automatically adjusted
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.
11.1 • HOLDING at the end of cooking: cook
& hold
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 on 30% (ideal HEAT AND
HUMIDITY);
How to set:
Set a program as directed under the
headings:
4 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR “MANUAL”
COOKING or
5 • MANUAL SETTINGS FOR MANUAL
COOKING WITH UP TO 9 CYCLES IN
SEQUENCE,
make sure that the appliance is on FINAL
STOP (light of key 16 off), press key 18,
select the last cycle of the program (the
first one free) with knob 26 and select any
one cooking mode with keys 2, 3 or 4.
Turn knob 26 to the left, display 6 will show
“HLD” and display 5 will show “DRY”.
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11 • SPECIAL PROGRAMS
OPERATIONS
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.
11.3 • FACTORY-SET PROGRAMS
The P-COMPACT version is equipped with
factory-set programs. The aim is to help
the chef use the oven immediately.
Press key 18 and using knob 25 scroll
through the programs until display 5 shows
“L1”.
11.2 • REHEAT PROGRAM
Foreword
Reheating plays a significant role in an
organized system of kitchen management:
cooking
cooling
conserving
reheating
serving.
Foods can be reheated either in a pan or
on a plate.
The setting is made as a normal cooking
program. It is recommended to set the
humidity for perfect control in the oven.
This is particularly suited for reheating food
on a plate in order to prevent condensation
on the plate, or for foods requiring a supply
of humidity in the oven for them to keep
their characteristics.
L1
CREAM CARAMEL
L2
MIXED FROZEN VEGETABLES
L3
FRESH LASAGNE
L4
CHICKEN
L5
ROAST POTATOES
L6
FROZEN PRE-BAKED BREAD
L7
FROZEN CROISSANTS
r1
REGENERATION on plate of normal
foods (meat) + vegetables with
steam
r2
REGENERATION on pan
See programs table on page 27 - 28.
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12 • OPERATING DETAILS
status). It is anyhow possible to check the
settings. For this purpose, proceed as
follows:
FOREWORD
During cooking (LED on steady) the
displays show the actual values (current
OPERATIONS
12.1 • DISPLAYING SETTINGS DURING
COOKING PHASE (without stopping)
Press the key corresponding to the cooking
mode used, the displays will blink showing
the settings made previously. After 10 sec.
the actual values reappear (TIME OUT).
12.2 • CHANGING THE SETTINGS DURING
THE COOKING PHASE (WITHOUT
STOPPING)
12.2 a •
TEMPERATURE AND
TIME
To change the setting,
press the relevant
cooking mode key. Then
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.
12.2 b •
COOKING MODE
Press the key
corresponding to the
new cooking mode. The
corresponding LED will
light up.
12.2 c •
AUTOMATIC HUMIDITY
CONTROL
Press the relevant
cooking mode key and
then press key 14
automatic humidity
control function,
(display 6 shows [ H.. ],
set previously). Turn
knob 26 to make the
new setting. After
10 sec. the actual
values reappear.
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12.2 d •
CORE PROBE
Press the relevant
cooking mode key and
then press the core
probe key 12, display 6
will show the core probe
setting.
Turn knob 26 to make
the new setting. After
the 10 seconds of TIME
OUT the actual values
reappear.
12 • OPERATING DETAILS
OPERATIONS
12.3 • FORCING THE COOKING PHASES
OF A MANUAL PROGRAM WITH
MORE THAN ONE PHASE IN
SEQUENCE
If you wish to skip a cooking phase or
complete it sooner, press and hold the
relevant cooking mode key for
approximately 5 sec.; the display will
automatically show the next phase.
12.5 • FINAL STOP
To stop or permanently interrupt a cooking
program for which infinite time is set, press
key 16 and hold for approx. 3 seconds.
A continuous beep confirms the end of the
cooking operation as if the full time had
elapsed, and the LED associated with
key 16 goes out.
12.4 • TEMPORARY STOP
Open the door or press key 16: the
corresponding LED blinks. Cooking stops
and the timer pauses until such time as the
door has been closed or key 16 pressed a
second time. Cooking will resume
automatically from the point at which the
interruption occurred.
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13 • PRACTICAL ADVICE
13.1 • 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% of
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.
13.2 • 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
oven load
4 x GN 2/3
2.6 kg
10.4 kg
5 x GN 1/1
4 kg
20 kg
13.3 • 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.
13.4 • 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.
13.5 • 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.
13.6 • 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, see 1.12.
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14 • DAILY CLEANING
14.1 • 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 previous remains of food that
burn;
• energy savings;
• less maintenance work and a longer
service life;
• in addition, the simplicity of the procedure
means that a thorough clean can be
carried out quickly and with minimum
inconvenience to the operator:
- approximately 5 min. for the cleaning
product to act
- 10 min. steam cycle
- 5 minutes rinsing
- 5 min. drying
14.2 • 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 irreparable damage could
occur. 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.
14.3 • It is recommended to use a specially
formulated detergent.
OPERATIONS
4 • Press key 16: this will start a special
program, which is preset and lasts for
20 min. using steam at 100 °C.
14.4 • CLEANING THE OVEN AT THE END
OF WORK, PRESET PROGRAM “CL”
Proceed as follows:
5 • At the end, an audible warning tells the
operator the cycle has finished.
At this point, switch off the appliance
completely and open the oven door slowly;
1 • Switch on the oven:
2 • Press key 18 and, using knob 25, scroll to
display the “CL” program. Press key 16;
the oven automatically heats or cools to
take the temperature to 50 °C.
A beep indicates that the oven is at the set
temperature;
6 • Rinse the oven thoroughly with plenty of
clean water and wipe the door seals with a
sponge. The use of a hand-held shower
(optional) is recommended.
3 • Open the door and proceed to remove any
cooking spills, using a spatula that will not
scratch the steel surface, then spray the
inside with a proprietary oven cleaner. Use
a non-corrosive alkaline product. Close the
door and allow the chemical to act for the
time indicated by the manufacturer,
generally between 5 and 10 minutes,
7 • Switch on again, and select a convection
cycle of approx. 5 minutes: drying phase.
8 • Stop and shut off all utilities (electricity,
water, and gas, if connected). Leave the
door slightly ajar when the appliance is not
in use.
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15 • ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
15.1 • 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 (optional) for
thorough rinsing;
• 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.
15.2 • PROLONGED IDLE PERIODS
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.
16 • MAJOR SERVICING
16.1 • 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.
16.2 • With this in mind, customers are
recommended to sign a service
agreement.
17 • SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
17.1 • 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.
17.2 • If any irregularities are discovered, on the
other hand, these are indicated on the
displays 5-6. Error codes are extremely
important when trouble cannot be 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.
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17 • SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
The main fault warning messages are:
MESSAGES
“ Err Sc ”
Message on the display 5 and 6. Oven temperature probe
faulty, switch off the oven immediately and contact a
manufacturer technician or authorized service agent.
“ no H2o ”
This means there is no water, so it is necessary to 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.
“ 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.
“ 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.
“ 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.
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17 • SELF-DIAGNOSIS AND FAULT IDENTIFICATION
The main fault warning messages are:
MESSAGES
“ Err SP ”
Core probe faulty. Should the message appear, it is
necessary to check the connector is plugged into the
socket (27) properly. The oven can continue to be used
until the arrival of a service technician, but without this
accessory.
WARNING FOR GAS MODELS
“ Er 6 ”
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.
“ no ign ”
Gas appliances are fitted with ignition devices
incorporating an automatic reset function. If operation is
not restored automatically after several attempts, display 5
and 6 will show the error code [ NO IGN ] shown
alongside. A beep warns the operator. Press key 16 to
switch back on. 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 (see page 3).
“ 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, call the technical
service.
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18 • RECIPES
Program L1: CREAM CARAMEL
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
100
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Steam
85
-
40'
-
-
Off
Program L2: FROZEN MIXED VEGETABLES
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
120
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Steam
100
-
35'
Normal
-
Off
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
200
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Combination
150
-
10'
Normal
20%
On
Cycle 3
Convection
170
-
15'
Normal
-
On
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
190
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Combination
150
-
12'
Normal
60
On
Cycle 3
Combination
160
-
12'
Normal
50
On
Cycle 4
Combination
170
-
12'
Normal
30
On
Cycle 5
Combination
185
-
10'
Normal
10
On
Cycle 6
Convection
200
-
5'
Normal
-
On
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
200
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Combination
165
-
10'
Normal
70%
On
Cycle 3
Convection
180
-
15/20'
Normal
-
On
Program L3: FRESH LASAGNE
Program L4: CHICKEN
Program L5: ROAST POTATOES
Program L6: FROZEN PRE-BAKED BREAD
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
190
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Convection
165
-
12'
Normal
-
Off
Cycle 3
Convection
180
-
6/8'
Normal
-
On
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Program L7: FROZEN CROISSANTS
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
190
-
Infinite
-
-
-
Cycle 2
Convection
155
-
25
Normal
-
On
Program r1: REGENERATION 1 (On plate)
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Cycle 1
Convection
120
-
Infinite
-
-
Off
Cycle 2
Combination
110
Manual
Manual
-
30%
Off
Core probe °C
Time h : m
Fan speed
Automatic
humidity
Vent
Program r2: REGENERATION 2 (On pan)
Cooking mode
Temperature °C
Cycle 1
Combination
130
-
Infinite
-
-
On
Cycle 2
Combination
125
Manual
Manual
-
40%
On
Cycle 3
Holding
67
-
-
Alternating
30%
On
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DESCRIPTION OF DISPLAY AND KEYS
VERSION P - COMPACT
DISPLAY, KNOBS AND KEYS
DISPLAY, KNOBS AND KEYS
39
Butterfly valve for cooking
cabinet exhaust
Program selector key
18
1
Main switch
Convection mode key
2
4
Combination mode key
3
Steam mode key
25
Setting/selector knob
26
Setting/selector knob
14
Key for automatic humidity setting
Manual humidity activation
16
Start/Stop key
27
Core probe connection
Display with oven temperature
Display with cooking time (remaining/set)
Display with food core temperature (real/set)
automatic humidity control display
5
6
Keys for setting food core temperature
12
Oven light key
22
Rapid cooling key with door open
21
Core probe
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