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Dear Customer,
Congratulations on deciding to choose a Metos appliance for your kitchen activities. You
made an excellent choice. We will do our best to make you a satisfied Metos customer
like thousands of customers we have around the world.
Please read this manual carefully. You will learn correct, safe and efficient working methods in order to get the best possible benefit from the appliance. The instructions and hints
in this manual will give you a quick and easy start, and you will soon note how nice it is
to use the Metos equipment.
All rights are reserved for technical changes.
You will find the main technical data on the rating plate fixed to the equipment. When you
need service or technical help, please let us know the serial number shown on the rating
plate. This will make it easier to provide you with correct service.
For your convenience, space is provided below for you to record your local Metos service
contact information.
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1.2 Symbols used on the appliance ...................................................................................... 1
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2.2 Safety instructions in case of malfunction ..................................................................... 2
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3.3 Operating principle ........................................................................................................
3.3.1 Operating switches and indicator lights .................................................................
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2SHUDWLRQLQVWUXFWLRQV 4.1 Before using the appliance ............................................................................................ 7
4.2 Operation procedures ..................................................................................................... 7
4.2.1 Operation of the Mighty Chef MenuSelect Oven .................................................. 7
4.2.2 Shutdown procedure .............................................................................................. 8
4.2.3 High-temperature cooking guidelines .................................................................... 9
4.2.4 Cooking time and temperature guidelines ........................................................... 10
4.3 After use ...................................................................................................................... 10
4.3.1 Cleaning .............................................................................................................. 10
,QVWDOODWLRQ 5.1 Unpacking the appliance .............................................................................................
5.2 Installation ...................................................................................................................
5.2.1 Installing the Legs ................................................................................................
5.2.2 Installing the Conveyor End Trays ......................................................................
5.3 Electrical connections ..................................................................................................
5.4 Programming the Mighty Chef MenuSelect Control Oven .........................................
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Carefully read the instructions in this manual as they contain important information regarding proper, efficient and safe installation, use and maintenance of the appliance.
Keep this manual in a safe place for eventual use by other operators of the appliance.
The installation of this appliance must be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and following local regulations. The connection of the appliance to the
electric and water supply must be carried out by qualified persons only.
Persons using this appliance should be specifically trained in its operation.
Switch off the appliance in the case of failure or malfunction. The periodical function
checks requested in the manual must be carried out according to the instructions. Have the
appliance serviced by a technically qualified person authorized by the manufacturer and
using original spare parts.
Not complying with the above may put the safety of the appliance in danger.
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This symbol informs about a situation where a safety risk might be at hand. Given instructions are mandatory in order to prevent injury.
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This symbol informs about recommendations and hints that help to get the best performance out of the appliance.
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This symbol on a part informs about electrical terminals behind the part. The removal of
the part must be carried out by qualified persons only.
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The rating plate of the appliance indicates the serial number of the appliance. If the manuals are missing, it is possible to order new ones from the manufacturer or the local representative. When ordering new manuals it is essential to quote the serial number shown
on the rating plate.
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Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property
damage, injury or death. Read the installation and operating instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
Disconnect the oven from its power supply before cleaning or servicing.
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In case of fire, disconnect the oven from its power source IMMEDIATELY. Shutting
down the electrical heating elements allows the unit to cool, making it easier to put out
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The Mighty Chef Conveyor Oven is designed to quickly and easily cook, bake, and broil
a variety of food products with consistent quality and results. The oven is ideal for preparing pizza, garlic toast, cookies, sandwiches, and other food products.
The Mighty Chef’s patented MenuSelect control system individually adjusts and maintains the top and bottom heating temperatures and conveyor belt speed to produce identical cooking results with a minimum of supervision. The oven is designed to cook at
temperatures ranging from 93-315°C.
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Power On/Off (I/O) Switch
Conveyor reversing switch
MenuSelect Keypad and Display
Crumb trays (3)
1 under each end of conveyor
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Conveyor end trays
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The following information provides a basic description of the oven’s controls, their locations, and the functions they perform. It is necessary that the operator be familiar with
them.
The Mighty Chef controls consist of a Power On/Off (I/O) switch, a conveyor reversing
switch, a keypad with multifunction keys, and an LED display. Refer to the figure below
for the locations of these controls.
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Switches the oven ON (“I”) and OFF (“O”).
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Changes the direction of conveyor travel.
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Shows the current preset menu selection.
Shows set and actual temperatures during operation.
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Illuminates when both heating zones of the oven have reached their set temperatures.
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Displays the set temperature of the top zone when pressed during operation.
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the last pizza in a group of pizzas.
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Allow reprogramming of the five preset menu programs when pressed and
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Adjust the position of the draft curtains at the ends of the cooking chamber (if necessary). This procedure is described in detail in 'UDIWFXUWDLQDGMXVWPHQWsection.
When cooking at very high temperatures (either heating zone is 204°C or higher),
the oven should be pre-heated for at least 10 minutes WITH THE DRAFT CURTAINS IN THE FULLY-LOWERED POSITION and both heating zones set to
315°C. After pre-heating, the curtains may be repositioned as required.
Restore power to the oven at the circuit breaker/fused disconnect.
Switch the Power On/Off (I/O) Switch to the ON (“I”) position.
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(if the oven is already on, skip ahead to Step 2).
Restore power to the oven at the circuit breaker/fused disconnect.
Switch the Power On/off (I/O) Switch to ON (“I”). The display will read ----
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number in the display (# is shown above) will match the menu key that was pressed
(1-5). Wait for the READY light to illuminate. The light will illuminate after both
heating zones reach their set temperatures. Load the product onto the conveyor.
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7). Instead of permanently overwriting the menu selection, the new set temperature
and cook time settings are only temporary. To cancel the temporary menu selection, press any preset menu key or disconnect electrical power to the oven.
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Choose a preset menu selection, and wait for the READY light to illuminate. Press
key. 6Q*/and 3will alternate in the display (# is the number of the active program). Load the pizza product onto the conveyor. After 1/2 of the cook
time has elapsed, the temperature of the top zone will be automatically lowered.
After the entire cook time has elapsed, the program will return to its normal top
zone temperature.
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key once if you are cooking a single pizza.
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key once to cook the last pizza in a group of pizzas. DO NOT
press this key for any of the other pizzas in the group.
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key is pressed, the current menu program is locked in until the
programmed cook time has elapsed. To enter a new menu program, you
must either:
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wait for the program to finish, or
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switch the power ON/OFF (I/O) switch to the OFF (“O”) position,
then switch it back ON (“I”).
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key. The cook time will be displayed for 5 seconds.
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Switch the Power On/Off (I/O) switch to the OFF (“O”) position.
Wait for the oven’s cooling fan to turn off.
Disconnect electrical power to the oven at the circuit breaker/fused disconnect.
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If either of the heating zones are set to 204°C or higher, the following “warm up” procedure is highly recommended. Failure to follow these warm-up directions may cause a long
delay before the set temperatures are reached and the READY light illuminates.
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Reposition the draft curtains to the fully-lowered position. Follow the procedure
described in 'UDIWFXUWDLQDGMXVWPHQW section.
Enter a menu program with the following settings:
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Top Set Temperature 315°C
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Bottom Set Temperature 315°C
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Cook Time 15 minutes
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Allow the program to run until READY light illuminates. This should take no
more than 10 minutes. The heating zones are now preheated, and are ready for
high-temperature cooking.
If necessary, reposition the draft curtains to allow clearance for the food product.
Follow the procedure described in 'UDIWFXUWDLQDGMXVWPHQW section.
Switch the oven on, and enter your high-temperature menu selection. The READY
light should illuminate quickly.
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The cooking times and temperatures shown below are recommendations only. You should
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Bagel Bites
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Biscuits
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Bread Sticks (retherm)
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Cheese Sticks (frozen)
238°C
229°C
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Chicken Nuggets (frozen)
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Cookies
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When cleaning or servicing The Mighty Chef oven:
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disconnect the oven from its electrical power supply before cleaning or servicing
never use pressurized water
never use a cleaning solution other than soap and water on any portions of the oven
that come into contact with food products. These areas include conveyor belt and
conveyor end trays.
Frequent cleaning will help your oven to operate at peak performance and efficiency.
Keep your oven clean!
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With the conveyor running, brush any crumbs off the exposed exit end of the conveyor
and onto the crumb tray.
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Before cleaning trays, ensure that:
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The oven has been disconnected from its electrical power supply.
The oven, end trays, and crumb trays are cool.
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Clean the end trays USING SOAP AND WATER ONLY and towel them dry. If
necessary, the end trays can be removed for cleaning by removing the two screws
that hold them in place.
If the conveyor end trays are removed for cleaning, they must be replaced prior to
operating the oven.
Slide the two end crumb trays out from under the exposed entrance and exit ends
of the conveyor belt. See the figure below.
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Lift BOTH of the end tabs on the center crumb tray. This frees the tray and allows
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Slowly pull the tray out of either end of the oven.
Clean all three of the crumb trays using a commercial oven cleaner. If necessary,
towel them dry.
Replace the center crumb tray inside the conveyor frame. The tray MUST be
placed between its support tab and the conveyor belt, as shown in the figure.
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cooking chamber!
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Before cleaning the exterior of your Mighty Chef oven, ensure that:
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The Power On/Off (I/O) switch is in the OFF (“O”) position.
The oven has been disconnected from its electrical power supply.
The oven is cool.
Liquid inside the oven will cause a severe electrical hazard and may otherwise damage
the equipment.
Clean Outside of the oven using a damp cloth, using soap and water or a stainless steel
cleaner. DO NOT clean the controller keypad with an abrasive cleaner. Use caution to ensure that liquids do not enter the oven during cleaning.
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Remove the oven from its shipping carton.
Remove all other materials from the shipping carton, including the oven legs and
conveyor end trays.
Retain all shipping materials until it is certain that the oven has not suffered concealed shipping damage.
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The following instructions assume that the Mighty Chef is to be installed on a countertop
using the supplied legs. If installing the oven without the legs, on a stand or shelf, or as
part of a stacked installation, refer to the stacking kit’s instructions or contact toastmaster
for assistance.
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Carefully tilt the oven onto its rear side. The front (controller) side should be facing
directly upwards.
Thread the four legs into the four holes provided on the bottom of the oven. Tighten them until they are secure.
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Press one end tray down over the end plate of the conveyor assembly. The sides of
the tray should mount flush with the sides of the assembly, and the tray itself
should extend outward from the conveyor.
Screw one of the supplied 8-32x3/8” screws into the opening in the bracket on the
bottom of the end tray to fasten the tray in place.
Install the second end tray at the opposite end of the conveyor assembly.
The conveyor end trays MUST be fastened in place prior to operating the oven.
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The electrical connection to the oven REQUIRES a circuit breaker/fused disconnect.
Electrical specifications are listed on the oven’s serial plate.
Consult all applicable national and local codes for further electrical connection requirements.
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Before proceeding with the electrical connections, check the following:
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Check that the supply wire is adequate.
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Check that the circuit breaker/fused disconnect is present, and of the correct
rating.
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Check that the appropriate receptacle is available for the power cord plug.
Ensure that the circuit breaker/fused disconnect AND the Power On/Off (I/O)
switch are in the OFF (“O”) position before proceeding.
Ensure that any packing material residue has been removed from the oven and
cooking chamber.
Follow the steps below:
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Remove the two screws that hold the rear cover panel in place, and then remove the panel from the oven.
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Insert the ends of the electrical utility wires through the hole in the end panel of the Mighty Chef, directly underneath the conveyor drive motor box.
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Secure the electrical supply wires to the floor of the electrical compartment
to prevent interference with the conveyor drive motor sprocket.
Replace the rear panel of the Mighty Chef, and fasten it in place with the
two screws.
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Adding a menu program to the oven will overwrite an existing program. Do not enter a
new menu program over an existing program that you wish to keep.
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(if the oven is already on, skip ahead to Step 2).
Restore power to the oven at the circuit breaker/fused disconnect.
Switch the Power On/Off (I/O) Switch to ON (“I”). The display will read ----.
Press and hold
key until 3UR* appears on the display.
key (or any other preset menu key 1-5) until 3appears in
the display and begins to flash. The number in the display (# is shown above) will
match the menu key that was pressed (1-5).
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key. The current top set temperature appears in the display.
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keys as necessary to change the displayed temperature.
key once increases the “active” (flashing) digit by one. This
digit “rolls over” to its minimum value if the key is pressed when the digit
shows its maximum value.
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key once causes the next digit to the right to become “ac-
tive” (flashing) digit. If the far-right digit is flashing when the key is
pressed, the far-left digit will flash and become the “active” digit.
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If you program a set temperature between 0°C and 37°C, the heater will be turned
off and “OFF” will appear in the display. If you program a set temperature between
38°C and 93°C, the temperature will change to 93°C, the “2” will flash, and a beep
will sound for several seconds to alert you to the temperature change.
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key. The current bottom set temperature appears in the display
Press
key and
key as necessary to change the displayed temperature.
It is recommended that the temperatures of the top and bottom zones be set WITHIN 28°C OF EACH OTHER. Greater temperature differences may result in the
hotter zone heating the cooler zone. This may cause inconsistent cooking results.
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key. The current cook time appears in the display (minutes : seconds).
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key and
key as necessary to change the displayed time.
The allowed cook time range is 00:30 to 15:00. If you program a cook time outside
of this range, the time will change to the closest allowed time (00:30 if your time
was too low, or 15:00 if it was too long). The display will flash, and a beep will
sound for several seconds to alert you to the changed cook time.
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The draft curtains may need to be repositioned to provide adequate clearance for some
food products. The curtains should be positioned to prevent drafts into the oven, and heat
loss into the environment.
The draft curtains can be removed from the oven to permit the maximum vertical clearance above the conveyor.
Before adjusting the draft curtains, switch the Power On/Off switch to the Off (“O”) position.
When repositioning the curtains:
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baking chamber
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of baking chamber
To reposition the draft curtains:
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Loosen the two screws that hold one of the draft curtains in place.
Slide the curtain to the desired clearance above the conveyor.
Tighten the two screws to hold the curtain in place.
Repeat these steps for the curtain at the opposite end of the conveyor.
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To remove the curtains from the oven:
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Remove the two screws that hold one of the draft curtains in place.
Remove the draft curtain.
Repeat these steps for the curtain at the opposite end of the conveyor.
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Any servicing of the MenuSelect controller, except for reprogramming menu selections,
MUST be performed by an authorized service agent.
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Preset Menu Program Lost
Re-enter the Preset Menu program
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High Ambient Condition. Temperature inside control enclosure exceeds 65°C. The
oven shuts down, then beeps continuously.
Check the cooling fan (centered on the front panel of the oven) for
cleanliness and proper operation. If the fan is not running after the
oven heats, or the oven remains in a high ambient condition, contact your local Authorized Service Agent.
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Conveyor Runaway. The conveyor runs at
full speed. The oven shuts down, then
beeps continuously.
Check for the proper speed setting by pressing the COOK TIME
key. If the speed setting is correct, and the conveyor continues to
run at full speed, contact your Authorized Service Agent.
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Conveyor Loose or Jammed. Conveyor is
stopped when the speed setting is between
0:15 and 15:00
Switch the Power On/Off (I/O) Switch to the OFF (“O”) position.
Switch the breaker/fused disconnect to the OFF position. Allow
the oven to cool for at least 30 minutes.
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Do not attempt to free a jammed conveyor belt while the cooking
chamber is warm. Severe injury may result.
If the conveyor is jammed, free the obstruction from the conveyor
belt. If the conveyor still will not operate properly after the jam is
cleared, OR if the error message appears when the conveyor is
NOT jammed, contact your local authorized service agent.
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Top Heating Zone Failure
Contact your authorized service agent.
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Bottom Heating Zone Failure
Contact your authorized service agent.
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Heating Zone Temperature High Limit.
One or both of the heating zones have
reached a temperature greater than 315°C.
Contact your authorized service agent.
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Pressing a Preset Menu
key (1-5) has no effect.
Check that the breaker/fused
disconnect is in the ON position.
Check that the Power On/Off (I/O)
Switch is in the ON ("I") position.
Check that the SINGLE PIZZA key
has not been pressed. After pressing
the SINGLE PIZZA key, a new menu
program cannot be selected until:
· the cook time of the current
menu program has elapsed, OR
· the Power On/Off (I/O) Switch is
switched OFF ("O"), then ON
("I"), to interrupt the program.
Oven is not heating.
Check that the breaker/fused
disconnect is in the ON position.
Check that the Power On/Off (I/O)
Switch is in the ON ("I") position.
Check that the correct Preset Menu
Selection has been chosen.
Was the oven operating previously?
YES: Switch the Power On/Off (I/O)
Switch to the OFF ("O")
position. Allow the oven to
cool for at least 30 minutes,
then restart. If problems
persist, contact your authorized
service agent.
NO: Contact your authorized
service agent.
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Trailing edge of pizza is
overcooked.
Check that the SINGLE PIZZA key
is pressed when:
· the last pizza of a group is placed
on the conveyor, OR
· a single pizza is placed on the
conveyor.
Check that the correct Preset Menu
Selection has been chosen.
Conveyor is running
too fast.
Check that the correct Preset Menu
Selection has been chosen.
Check the programmed Cook Time.
It may be set too low, causing the
conveyor to move too quickly. A
minimum Cook Time of 30 seconds
is required for proper operation of
the oven.
Switch the Power On/Off (I/O) Switch
to the OFF ("O") position, wait for 10
seconds, and then switch it back to
the ON ("I") position. Press the
correct Preset Menu Selection button
to restore the operating settings.
Conveyor is not
operating.
Check that the breaker/fused
disconnect is in the ON position.
Check that the Power On/Off (I/O)
Switch is in the ON ("I") position.
Check that the correct Preset Menu
Selection has been chosen.
Check the programmed Cook Time.
If the cook time is very high (15
minutes, etc.), the conveyor can
appear motionless. Place an object
at the loading end of the conveyor
and observe it for several minutes to
check if the conveyor is moving.
Is the conveyor belt jammed?
YES: Switch the Power On/Off (I/O)
Switch to the OFF ("O")
position. Switch the breaker/
fused disconnect to the OFF
postion. Allow oven to cool
for at least 30 minutes. Free
the obstruction from the
conveyor belt.
WARNING
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FREE A
JAMMED CONVEYOR BELT
WHILE THE COOKING CHAMBER
IS WARM. SEVERE INJURY MAY
RESULT.
NO:
Proceed to the next step.
Was the oven operating previously?
YES: Switch the Power On/Off (I/O)
Switch to the OFF ("O")
position. Allow the oven to
cool for at least 30 minutes,
then restart. If problems
persist, contact your authorized
service agent.
NO: Contact your Authorized
Service Agent.
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1-3/8" (35mm) - Draft curtains fully closed
2-3/4" (70mm) - Draft curtains fully opened
3" (76mm) - Draft curtains removed
VERTIKAL AVSTÅND OVANFÖR TRANSPORTÖR
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2-3/4" (70mm) - Värmegardiner helt stängda
3" (76mm) - Utan värmegardiner
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Construction
Stainless steel
Overall Length (without end trays)
1078mm
Overall Length (supplied end trays attached)
1384mm
Overall width
560mm
Overall Height (without legs)
330mm
Overall Height (supplied legs attached)
448mm
Construction
Stainless steel
Length
560mm
Depth
368mm
Height
76mm
Construction
Stainless steel link
Length
1041mm
Width
356mm
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Installed Weight
44.5kg
Shipping Weight
50.8kg
Heat Source
Upper and lower independently controlled, pre-formed tubular heating elements.
Allowable Temperature Ranges
93-315°C
Allowable Cook Time Range
30 seconds - 15
minutes
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Operating Voltage
380-400V
Frequency
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Phase
3 Ph
kW Rating
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