Owner`s Manual
Owner’s Manual
HIGH SPEED COMMERCIAL COMBINATION OVEN
Keep these instructions for future
reference. If the equipment changes
ownership, be sure this manual
accompanies equipment. Please refer to
the SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS for important
safety information prior to using this oven.
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When contacting ACP, provide product information.
Product information is located on oven serial plate.
Record the following information:
Any questions or to locate an authorized ACP servicer.
– Outside the U.S.A. and Canada, call 319-368-8120.
– Email: [email protected]
Model Number: _____________________________
Serial or S/N Number: ________________________
Date of installation: __________________________
Dealer’s name and address: ___________________
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Warranty service must be performed by an authorized
ACP servicer. ACP also recommends contacting an
authorized ACP servicer if service is required after
warranty expires.
Before using your oven, please take the time to read the Safety Instructions which shipped with the oven.
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock or death, this oven must be grounded and plug must not be altered.
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Oven MUST be grounded. Grounding reduces risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric
current if an electrical short occurs. This oven is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with
a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded.
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if doubt exists as to whether the oven is properly grounded.
Do not use an extension cord.
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the combination oven is on a circuit with other equipment, an increase in cooking times may be required and fuses
can be blown.
External Equipotential Earthing Terminal (export only)
Equipment has secondary earthing terminal. Terminal provides external earthing connection used in addition to
earthing prong on plug. Located on outside of oven back, terminal is marked with symbol shown below.
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Features
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5 ON/OFF Pad
1 Door Handle
Use to turn on and shut oven off.
Ergonomically designed for one handed operation.
6 Keypad
2 Unit Serial Number
Use for time input, programmed pads and data
input.
Located on the lower left hand side and back of the
oven.
7 USB Port / Protective Cover
3 Air Filters
The oven is equipped with an USB Data Port. Use
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the lower sides of the oven. To remove, simply slide
out.
4 Display
Display provides user interface.
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Oven must be in Off mode (Preheat must be OFF)
1. Remove protective cover from bottom of keypad.
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3. From Off, press and hold the “2” pad to go to “User Options”.
4. Go to Option #17 by pressing “Back
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5. Select the desired operation by highlighting “Transfer card to oven
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or Scroll Down
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keypad.
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6. Press the “Program
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indicate “DONE” wait 15 seconds then transfer is complete.) *Important Note: If you do not wait 15 seconds
when new upload is attempted the screen will indicate “
NOT AXP CARD”.
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Installation
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Inspect oven for damage such as dents in door or inside oven cavity.
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connecting power.
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install oven.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
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or deep fat fryer. This could cause oven to operate improperly and could
shorten life of electrical parts.
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1. Oven cavity must be cool to touch.
2. Place rack in oven with rear guard positioned toward the
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the back of the oven.
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A— For International 50 Hz models,
allow at least 18 cm of clearance
around top of oven. Proper air
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B—Allow at least 5.1 cm between air
discharge on back of oven and back
wall.
C—Allow at least 5.1 cm of clearance
around sides of oven.
D—Install combination oven so oven
bottom is at least 91.5 cm above
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STEP 4 - Oven Operation
Preheating the Oven
This oven can be set to a preheat temperature between
95°C and 270°C.
1. Oven must be plugged in.
2. Press ON / OFF key
3. The preheat temperature of the oven will
appear in the display.
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5. PREHEATING icon will display until oven
reaches preheat temperature. The menu
screen will then appear.
TURNING THE OVEN OFF
At the end of the day, turn the oven off by pressing the ON / OFF pad on
the keypad.
The oven fan will continue to run to cool the oven.The oven Cooling
Mode Icon appears and stays on until the oven temperature is below
95°C. To avoid damage to the convection motor do not turn off power by
unplugging the unit or shutting off the power breaker until the fan stops.
The Oven Off Icon appears for 5 minutes until display goes blank.
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To avoid risk of electrical shock or
death, this oven must be grounded
and plug must not be altered.
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1. Metal containers can be used in the AXP with a height no more than 5.1 cm. Different types of metal
conduct heat at different speeds. Aluminum heats faster than stainless steel. Avoid using silcone pans and
accessories.
2. Stage cooking aids in retaining the quality of frozen and delicate foods. Finishing baked goods at 0%
Microwave, Fan and IR (Radiant) is a great way to get the added browning and crisping without over cooking.
3. Take advantage of the accessories:
a. Non-Stick Basket (SB10 or TB10): Aids in browning and crisping of food. Also makes cleaning up
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b. Baking Sheet (1/4 size): Great for foods that do not need directed heat from the radiant element, and
for foods that may drip any grease or seasoning.
c. Oven Paddle (PA10): Aids in removal of sandwiches and pizza from Convection Express™ and AXP
ovens.
d. Pizza Screen: Great browning and crisping for toasted sandwiches & pizzas, or any food that needs
directed heat from the radiant element.
e. Ceramic Dish: Great for foods that need to be contained such as ready-to-serve foods, cut vegetables
or soups.
f. Pizza Stone(ST10X): Aids in crisping and browning breads and pizzas.
g. Panini Grill Accessory (GR10): Aids in adding grill marks on a product.
4. The most frequently used oven temperature is 270º C. Reduce the oven temperature if the product is cooked
for an extended period of time.
5. Line the sheet pan with parchment paper for easy removal of food after heating and cleaning.
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7. Frequent cleaning prevents unnecessary buildup that may affect the oven performance.
8. Use a cleaning product that does not contain ammonia, phosphates, chlorine, sodium hydroxide or potassium
hydroxide as they can damage critical oven parts and may void the warranty on those parts.
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repeated input from the user.
Example:
Egg Rolls(Frozen), Total Cook Time: 1:30
Temperature
Time
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Fan
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Stage 1
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Stage 2
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ON / OFF Keypad
E' Press to preheat oven or turn oven off.
(Fan will continue to run if temperature
is over 95°C.
TEMPERATURE Keypad
E' Press to check set temperature.
E' Press to change temperature.
E' Press Number keypads to enter or
change temperature.
E' Press Enter to save.
Program
Temperature
Manual Cook
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Menu Screen
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ON / OFF
Back
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Use Scroll Up and Scroll
Down to highlight food
categories.
Scroll
Down
Enter
Stop
Start
PROGRAM Keypad
E' Press to program new product or
change existing programs.
E' Press to start data key transfer.
E' Press to change password.
EDIT
E' Select to program new product or
change existing programs.
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DELETE
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MANUAL COOK Keypad
E' Press for manual cooking.
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Number
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SCROLL UP Keypad
E' Press to change setting or move up to
another setting.
E' Press to move up to another highlighted
area.
Oven Cooling Mode Icon:
! The oven fan will continue to run to cool
the oven.The oven Cooling Mode Icon
appears and stays on until the oven
temperature is below 95°C.
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do not turn off power by unplugging the
unit or shutting off the power breaker until
the fan stops.
SCROLL DOWN Keypad
E' Press to change setting or move down to
another setting.
E' Press to move down to another
highlighted area.
Oven Off Icon:
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then the display goes blank.
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E' Press to go to previous screen.
E' Press repeatedly to exit program mode.
E' Press to erase a character.
ENTER Keypad
E' Press to save a menu.
E' Press to save a MANUAL COOK
program.
E' Press to go to next screen.
E' Press to save a name.
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START Keypad
E' Press to start cooking cycle.
E' Press to save option in option mode.
STOP / RESET Keypad
E' Press to stop cooking cycle.
E' Press to exit option in option mode.
View Temperature
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E' Press to input temperature
settings.
E' Press to select menu items.
E' Press to input names of
menu items.
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Oven Temperature Out of Range:
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of range of a cooking program
set point. A line will be through
that item or items preventing
it from being selected. Place
the oven in Program Mode to
view temperature set point of
that cooking program. If the
temperature of the oven needs
to be changed after reviewing
temperature for the cooking
program, exit programming
mode and change oven
temperature.
Program
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Preheat Temperature Warning Icon:
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setpoint.
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The oven screen displays menu options. The keypad is used to
navigate through onscreen menus.
The icons below will be used throughout this guide to indicate menu navigation.
Use Scroll Up and
Scroll Down to
highlight food
categories
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Your ovens ship with the cooking screens set to
three menu levels.
1. The MENU CATEGORIES screen highlights
product categories.
2. The FOOD CATEGORIES screen features
products within the main menu category.
3. The MENU ITEM screen features products
within the food category screen.
NOTE: The oven can be set to operate with 1, 2, or 3
menu levels. See user options for more details.
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Scroll
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Enter
The ITEM MENU breaks the
item group menu down further allowing you to
input quantities, different food types, etc.
THREE MENU LEVELS
Menu Categories
Food Category
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4 Seafood
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After the oven has preheated, the menu appears. The MXP high
speed oven comes preprogrammed with several menu items to
simplify cooking.
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Examples of Preprogrammed Menu Items Include:
1. Sandwich
2. Meat
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- Poultry
- Meat
- Seafood
- Vegetarian
- Poultry
- Beef
- Pork
- Appetizers
- Breakfast
3. Vegetarian
4. Seafood
- Breakfast
- Lunch
- Vegetables
- Appetizers
- Potatoes
- Fish
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- Small/Large Pizza
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To cook food using preprogrammed menu items
Enter
1. After oven has preheated to the 1
desired temperature, scroll or
press number to choose desired
food category from menu.
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2. Choose menu item group
and press Enter to select.
Note: If there is a line though the menu
item, then preheat temperature is
different than menu item preset
temperature. The control will not allow
you to select that item.
4. Open oven door, place
food in oven and close door.
6. At end of cooking cycle, oven
beeps and displays animation
at right:
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3. Highlight item you wish to cook.
5. Press Enter to start cooking
process.
Note: Menu Items may vary by model.
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experimenting with new food items. Maximum cook time is 100 minutes. Microwave, Fan and IR can be set to 11 different
power levels between 0-100% with 10% increments.
1. After oven has preheated to desired
temperature 95-270°C, press Manual Cook
keypad.
10. At end of cooking cycle, oven beeps and displays
animation below:
and Scroll Down
keypad
2. Use Scroll Up
to move between cooking elements and time
11. Remove food from oven.
Note: To interrupt cooking cycle,
open door. To resume cooking,
close door and press start.
3. For Stage 1, enter cooking time using the
number pads (up to 100 minutes). Press Scroll
Down keypad to move to the following cooking
element.
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achieved from manual cooking you can
save the manual cook item.
1. To save, press Enter
keypad.
4. Enter desired microwave power (press 0 (for
0%), 1 (10%), press 5 (50%)… and press
1 twice for full power (100%). Press Scroll
Down keypad to move to the following cooking
element
Note: Option 5 must be set to save
after manual cook. (See page 19)
or
2. Highlight Menu Category by using Scroll Up
Scroll Down
keypad or create new Menu Category
name. Press Enter
keypad.
3. Highlight food category by using Scroll Up
5. Input desired fan speed using number keypad.
Scroll Down
and
keypad to select open menu location.
4. In the Menu Item screen, highlight the location where
you wish to add the new name.
5. When new location is highlighted Press Program
keypad.
6. Enter desired Infrared (IR) power (press 0 (for
0%), 1 (10%), press 5 (50%)… and press 1
twice for full power (100%).
KEYPAD
keypads to enter item name. Use
6. Use Number
keypad to delete any mistakes. This step
Back
needs to be repeated for each menu level. See user
option 2 for text case options page 19.
Breakfast
1 Biscuit E.B.C.
2 B. fast Croissant
3 Croissant Sand
4 English Muff san
5 Biscuit S.E.C.
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7. Repeat steps 2-6 for each cooking stage, if
more than one cooking stage is necessary.
8. Place food in oven.
9. Press Start keypad to begin cooking.
The display counts down. The food
category is displayed and the word Manual is
in the display.
7. Press Enter
Sandwich
Breakfast
Sandwich
Breakfast
Bagel & Cheese
1 Biscuit E.B.C.
2 B. fast Croissant
3 Croissant Sand
4 English Muff san
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keypad
8. To exit Manual Cook mode, press Back
repeatedly to take you to the Main Menu screen.
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Oven Programming
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1. To access the PROGRAM mode, press
the Program
keypad.
with Scroll Up
2. Then select Edit
Scroll Down
from the screen.
or
then select the food
3. Press Enter
category, food item to be programed using the
or Scroll Down
Scroll Up
Microwave Power
keypad.
Cook Time
PROGRAM MENU OVERVIEW
PROGRAM
Add a new menu item
ENTER
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Go to previous screen
or SCROLL DOWN
6. Press the Enter keypad and cook settings will
appear.
Change an existing menu item
DELETE
7. Use Scroll Up
or Scroll Down
keypad to
Select Temperature, Time, Microwave %, Fan% and
IR% setting. Use number keypads to enter the time,
temperature or cooking powers. For MW, Fan or IR,
press 0 for 0%, 1 for 10%..... 9 for 90% or 1 twice for
100%.
Delete an existing menu item
EDITING OR ADDING MENU PROGRAM
SETTINGS
1.
Press the Program
keypad.
2. Highlight Edit with Scroll Up
keypad.
3.
IR
To save or go to next screen
SCROLL UP
EDIT
Oven Temperature
Press the Enter
or Scroll Down
keypad
4. Use the Scroll Up
or Scroll Down
keypad to
highlight Menu Category and/or Food Category where
menu item to edit is saved. Press Enter
keypad.
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2 Meat
3 Vegetarian
4 Seafood
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3 Meat
4 Seafood
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8. When cook settings are complete press Enter
keypad.
9. Press Back
5. At the Menu item screen, use Scroll Up
or Scroll
Down
keypad to highlight the desired item to edit.
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Breakfast
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2 B. fast Croissant
3 Croissant Sand
4 English Muff san
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keypad repeatedly to exit program mode.
Oven Programming
EDITING OR ADDING NEW NAMES FOR
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1. Press the Program
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A. Highlight desired Menu Category
keypad.
with Scroll Up
2. Highlight Edit
keypad.
keypad and press Enter
or Scroll Down
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or Scroll Down
keypad to
3. Using the Scroll Up
highlight location where new category or item will be placed.
(In order to navigate to the following screen, Scroll Up
keypad to highlight desired menu and
and Scroll Down
keypad). For example:
press Enter
I. Editing Name in Menu Category Screen
A. Highlight Item
B. go to Step 4
B. Press Enter
C. Highlight desired Food Category
1 Sandwich
2 Meat
3 Vegetarian
4 Seafood
5 Pasta-Pizza
6 Bake-Dess
7
8
9
0
Sandwich
1 Breakfast
2 Poultry
3 Meat
4 Seafood
5 Vegetarian
6
7
8
9
0
II. Editing Name in Food Category
A. Highlight desired Menu Category
D. Press Enter
B. Press Enter
E. Highlight desired Menu Item
Sandwich
Breakfast
1 Sandwich
2 Meat
3 Vegetarian
4 Seafood
5 Pasta-Pizza
6 Bake-Dess
7
8
9
0
1 Biscuit E.B.C.
2 B. fast Croissant
3 Croissant Sand
4 English Muff san
5 Biscuit S.E.C.
6
7
8
9
0
C. Highlight desired Food Category
F. Go to Step 4
4. Press the Program
Sandwich
1 Breakfast
2 Poultry
3 Meat
4 Seafood
5 Vegetarian
6
7
8
9
0
D. Go to Step 4
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keypad.
Oven Programming
5. Enter name for category or item using keypad digits for
letters, numbers and symbols. [For example: Press Keypad
“2” three times for letter “c”]
When the correct letter is displayed, wait until cursor moves to
the next space. If a correction is necessary, press back
to erase one character at a time.See user option 2 for text
case options (page 19).
DELETING A SINGLE MENU ITEM
1. Press the Program
keypad.
2. Highlight Delete
keypad.
with Scroll Up
3. Press the Enter
keypad.
or Scroll Down
Breakfast
1 Biscuit E.B.C._
keypad to save name and it will take
6. Press the Enter
you to the next screen. If you are adding or editing a menu
item (last screen), after pressing enter will take you to the
program setting screen.
7. Press Back
or Scroll Down
keypad to
4. Using the Scroll Up
highlight Menu Category and/or Food Category and/or Menu
Item where the single menu item to delete is saved. Press
keypad after highlighting the desired menu
Program
item.
keypad repeatedly to exit program mode.
X X X
X X X
X X X
1 Sandwich
2 Meat
3 Vegetarian
4 Seafood
5 Pasta-Pizza
6 Bake-Dess
7
8
9
0
1 Breakfast
2 Poultry
3 Meat
4 Seafood
5 Vegetarian
6
7
8
9
0
Breakfast
1 Biscuit E.B.C.
2 B. fast Croissant
3 Croissant Sand
4 English Muff san
5 Biscuit S.E.C.
6
7
8
9
0
Sandwich
Sandwich
Breakfast
Biscuit E.B.C.
.
5. Press the Enter
menu item..
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6. Name and program are deleted.
7. Press Back
_,&,/,0
13
keypad repeatedly to exit program mode.
Oven Programming
!"!#$%&'(')*+"!',!%-'.(#!&+/0'
+/'1++ '.(#!&+/0
Deleting a whole menu category or food category will
delete all the menu items underneath that group (up
to 100 menus for any of the menu category and 10
menu items for the food category).
1. Press the Program
keypad.
2. Highlight Delete
keypad.
with Scroll Up
3. Press the Enter
keypad.
or Scroll Down
or Scroll Down
keypad to
4. Using the Scroll Up
highlight Menu Category and/or Food Category to delete.
keypad after selecting menu or food
Press Program
category to delete.
X X X
1 Sandwich
2 Meat
3 Vegetarian
4 Seafood
5 Pasta-Pizza
6 Bake-Dess
7
8
9
0
5. Press the Enter
the menu item.
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Meat
1 Sandwich
2
3 Vegetarian
4 Seafood
5 Pasta-Pizza
6 Bake-Dess
7
8
9
0
6. Menu name and all programs in that category are deleted.
7. Press Back
keypad repeatedly to exit program mode.
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This option is only available if the oven cavity temperature is
less than 93°C.
To access the MICROWAVE ONLY button, user option #15
(page 19) must be set to allow microwave only mode. The oven
default does not have the MICROWAVE ONLY feature activated.
When user option MICROWAVE ONLY is on, the MICROWAVE
ONLY icon appears in the bottom right corner of the display.
_,&,/,0
7. Press the Enter
8. Enter Time using number keypads.
Microwave Only Icon
To cook a preprogrammed microwave only item follow these
steps:
1.Press the Enter
keypad to save name.
keypad to select microwave
9. Use Scroll Down
percentage.
10. Enter microwave percentage using number keypads.
keypad.
and Scroll Down
keypad to select
2. Use Scroll Up
desired item from the program menu or press the item number
pad.
3. Place food in oven.
11. Use Scroll Down
keypad to select stage 2-4 if more
than one cooking stage is necessary.
12. Repeat steps 6-8 if more than one cooking stage is
required.
keypad to begin cooking.
4. Press start
5. At end of cooking cycle, oven beeps and displays animation
below:
13. Press Enter
to save item.
14. Press Back
keypad to exit program mode.
,$./+)(@!'.++A$%&
Microwave cooking uses high frequency
energy waves to heat food. When cooking,
microwave energy causes food molecules
to move rapidly. This rapid movement
between the food molecules creates heat,
which cooks the food.
6. Remove food from oven.
(
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1. Press the Enter
2. Press the Program
3. Press the Enter
keypad.
keypad.
Stage cooking enables several different
cooking cycles, or stages, to be used
consecutively without repeated input from
the user. Stage cooking can be set to
defrost food initially, then cook it, and then
keep the food warm until serving time. The
total cooking time for all combined stages
cannot exceed 100 minutes.
keypad.
and Scroll Down
4. Use Scroll Up
location for new item.
5. Press the Program
)*(#'$?'?#(&!'.++A$%&B
keypad to select
keypad.
6. Enter name for category or item using keypad digits for
letters, numbers and symbols. [For example: Press Keypad
“2” three times for letter “c”]
When the correct letter is displayed, wait until cursor moves to
the next space. If a correction is necessary, press back
to erase one character at a time.
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MXP Care and Cleaning
Daily Cleaning Recommendations: Follow the recommendations below for proper maintenance of the MXP oven.
Please note: The use of caustic cleaning products or those containing ammonia, phosphates, chlorine, sodium or potassium
hydroxide (lye) can damage critical oven parts. Do not use water pressure type cleaning systems. Use of unapproved cleaning
agents will void the terms of the warranty.
Recommended Cleaning Supplies: damp towel, plastic scouring pad, approved cleaner and oven shield as shown on page 18 or
similar noncaustic cleaner and oven shield.
WARNING
Wear protective gloves and protective glasses when cleaning the oven.
To prevent burns, handle utensils, accessories, and door with care.
Allow oven, utensils, and accessories to cool before cleaning.
Oven, utensils, and accessories become hot during operation.
I. For a new oven, before using it the first time:
When oven is clean, spray damp towel with oven shield and wipe all interior surfaces. Do not remove oven
shield. Turn oven on and pre-heat to start cooking.
II. DAILY CLEANING
1A. If oven is hot: Shut oven
off by pressing ON / OFF
button and open door. Fan will
continue running until oven
has cooled. Cooling takes 1520 minutes.
1B. If oven is cold: For
optimum results heat oven to
a maximum temp of
94°C, turn oven OFF, wait
until fan stops.
5. Clean Oven Interior
5A. Clean the oven door and
interior using a plastic scouring
pad on metal portions of oven.
White ceramic covers on the both
sides of the oven turn to a yellow
tan color after usage. Gently
clean the ceramic covers and red
sealant, apply only gentle
pressure while cleaning. If
needed, repeat steps 4 and 5.
5B. Clean perforated area with
damp towel sprayed with cleaner.
2. Remove rack, pizza
stone, and other
accessories from the cavity
when it’s cooled
6. Wipe Oven Interior
Using a damp clean towel, wipe
the oven interior, rinse towel and
wring dry, repeat 2-3 times to
remove remaining oven cleaner
and particles from the oven.
3. Lift Bottom Element
If element is warm, use
insulated gloves, oven mitt or
tongs to lift the element.
Remove baked on particles
using a scraper.
7. Spray Oven Shield
When oven is clean, spray a thin
layer of oven shield on all
interior surfaces. Place rack back
in oven.
Do not remove oven shield.
4. Spray Oven Interior
Wear rubber gloves and
safety glasses. Spray
oven door, sides and
floor with oven cleaner.
Avoid spraying
into perforations. Allow
cleaner to soak for 2 minutes.
8. Clean Oven Exterior
Clean exterior door and other
surfaces with a clean cloth,
sponge or nylon pad using a mild
detergent and warm water
solution.
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III. WEEKLY CLEANING
1. Clean Air Filter
Remove the air filters located on each
side of the oven at the base.
Wash filter in a mild detergent solution
made with warm water.
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Replace filters by sliding back into the
side locations.
Attention: Included with the oven is
a “Best Practices” cleaning poster.
Please display the cleaning poster
in a prominent location close to the
oven.
DO:
Clean oven daily
Use non-caustic cleaner see page 18.
Remove food from oven at end of cycle.
Use only accessories that are both high temperature oven-safe and microwave-safe.
Wash rack with warm, soapy water and air dry.
Clean pizza stone by using a plastic scraper to remove baked on particles.
DO NOT:
DO NOT use caustic cleaning products or those containing ammonia, phosphates, chlorine,
sodium or potassium hydroxide (lye)
DO NOT use a water-pressure type cleaning system
DO NOT cook foods with plastic wrap on them
DO NOT use abrasive scouring pads to clean ceramic side covers and the red sealant
surrounding each cover.
DO NOT wash or immerse pizza stone
DO NOT operate oven without a load (empty) in microwave mode.
email: [email protected]
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Approved Cleaners for MXP Ovens
From ECOLAB
(www.ecolab.com)
For Medium Soil
2. Ecolab 6100155 Greaselift Heavy Duty Degreaser
1. KAY® QSR Heavy Duty Degreaser (Kay - Ecolab)
For preventative and medium to heavy soil
1. HAWK Fryer cleaner/degreaser
(Kay-Ecolab)
2.
KAY®Soil Shield (Kay- Ecolab)
This is a preventative step, it coats a
clean cavity.
Soil will attach to the Soil Shield and
ease the cleaning process.
We recommend using it together
with KAY® QSR Heavy Duty Degreaser.
From OBTAIN-WISE
([email protected])
For Medium to Heavy Soil
1. Oven Cleaner
2. Oven Protector
(Use them together)
The use of caustic cleaning products or those containing ammonia, phosphates,
chlorine, sodium or potassium hydroxide (lye) can damage critical oven parts. Do
not use water pressure type cleaning systems. Use of unapproved cleaning
agents will void the terms of the warranty.
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User Options
There are several options you can change to customize the operation of the oven for your business. The table below shows
these options; the factory setting is shown in bold type.
1. Oven must be off. To turn oven off, press ON/OFF
keypad.
2. Press and hold “2” keypad until option screen appears.
3. Choose option by pressing Enter
desired option.
keypad then use Scroll Up
keypad to save and press Stop / Reset
4. Press Start
and Scroll Down
keypad to select option to highlight
to exit options mode.
5. Option 6, if “Password Needed” is highlighted press Program keypad to view or edit password.
Options#
Setting Name
Options
01
Digit Entry
Single digit entry
02
Text Case
Double digit entry
*+,-$./*0+1
Caps
Lower case
CLEAN
FILTERS
Mixed
03
Menu Setting
01=10 Items
02 =100 Items
03 = 360 items
04
(Manual) Cook
05
(Manual) Save
06
Program Password
Manual cooking allowed
Manual cooking not allowed
Save after manual cook
Do not save after manual cook
Password needed
Changes to programs allowed
07
Door Reset
Opening door resets timer
Opening door pauses cook cycle
08
Keyboard Activation
Off
Air Filters
On Sides
30 Seconds
60 Seconds
120 Seconds
09
Keybeep
When this message displays, clean the
!"#$%&'"#&()")*+(%,-#Cleaning the air
!"#$%&'!!%()"%*+,"%)--%"+#%.#**/0#1
The message will automatically stop
displaying after 24 hours.
On
Off
10
Keybeep Volume
Low
Medium
High
11
End Of Cycle Beep
Three beeps once
Depending on microwave use and
'./!").0'.& %#1).2!&!).34#&('#$%&'"#
may need to be cleaned more or
less frequently. Once the frequency
is determined, set the option for the
appropriate time frame.
Three beeps repeating
Continuous until door is opened
12
Preheat Warning
13
Temperature Scale
Warn if oven not at temp
Off
Temperatures are displayed in °F for 60Hz
models
5!"#$%&'"# .2#/'.&3#0*3&#6'#1%' .'2#
regularly to prevent overheating of the
oven. Refer to Owner’s Manual for
complete cleaning instructions.
Temperatures are displayed in °C for 50Hz
models
14
Clean Filter Reminder
Off
Displays every 7 days
Displays every 30 days
Displays every 90 days
15
(Microwave) Only
Allow microwave only mode
No microwave only mode
16
Auto Off
Disable
2 Hours
4 Hours
8 Hours
17
Data Transfer
Begin Transfer: Card to Oven. Press Program
Keypad
Note: Refer to page 3 for Data Transfer
instructions (Option 17)
Begin Transfer: Oven to Card. Press Program
Keypad
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Only an authorized servicer should remove outer case.
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Problem
Possible Cause
Oven does not operate
Confirm oven is plugged in.
Confirm oven is connected to a grounded circuit.
Check fuse or breaker.
Oven operates intermittently
Check air filters and discharge air vents
If oven does not accept entries
when pad is pressed
Make sure oven is preheated. Open and close
door, press pad again.
Oven fan turns on while oven
is not preheating or cooking
Normal operation
When I turn the oven OFF, the
display is still lit.
Normal operation
Clean Filter displays
This is normal and will appear for 24 hours.
Frozen oven display
Part No. 20001306
Revised 7/13
Oven display needs to reset.
Unplug oven. Wait 5 seconds. Plug back in.
For full product documentation visit:
www.acpsolutions.com
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2013 ACP, Inc.
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