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Convotherm Combination Oven-Steamer
MODELS: Gas 10.10 and 6.20
by
OGS-10.10
OGB-10.10
OGS-6.20
OGB-6.20
1333 East 179th St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110
Enodis
Phone: (216) 481-4900 Fax: (216) 481-3782
Visit our web site at www.clevelandrange.com
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FOR THE INSTALLER
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors or
liquids in t he vic inity of this or
any other appliance.
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death.
Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions
thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
NOTICE
Post instructions to be followed if the user smells gas.
Display the instructions in a prominent location.
All users of this equipment must understand the instructions.
Obtain the instructions from the local gas supplier.
Failure to follow the instructions if there is a gas leak can
cause death, injury, and/or property damage.
WARNING
Disconnect power at the main external power switch before servicing or repairing a Combi.
Failure to disconnect power can result in death, injury, and property damage.
ALL SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED
CLEVELAND RANGE AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN.
WARNING
Do not connect the Combi Oven-Steamer drain connection to any
drain material that cannot sustain 140o Fahrenheit.
Using drain material that cannot withstand 140o Fahrenheit can
result in injury, equipment damage, and property damage.
This Installation Manual is a part of your new Combi Oven-Steamer. You must keep and maintain it
for the entire life span of your Combi and pass it on to the next owner of the Combi.
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR REFERENCE
This manual may be subject to new technical developments, modifications, and unforeseen errors.
DO NOT OPERATE OR ATTEMPT TO OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE OR ANY ACCESSORIES WITHOUT READING
COMPLETELY AND FULLY UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUAL
For caster equipped Combis: Per separate instructions, connect the strain relief (restraining
device) and complete any remaining installation procedures BEFORE starting the Combi.
Convotherm by Cleveland Combi Oven-Steamers are intended for other than household use.
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Cleveland STATEMENT OF POLICIES
LIMITED WARRANTY
CLEVELAND RANGE products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under
normal use and service for t he standard warranty period of one year from date of installation or 18 months from d ate of sh ipment,
which ever comes first.
CLEVELAND RANGE agrees to repair or r eplace, at its o ption, f.o.b. factory, any part which proves to be defective due to defects
in materi al or workmanship during the warranty period, p roviding th e e quipment h as been un altered, and has b een PROPER LY
INSTALLED, MAINTAINED, AND OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CLEVELAND RANGE OWNER’S MANUAL.
CLEVELAND RANGE agr ees to pay any FACTORY AUT HORIZED EQUIPMENT S ERVICE AGENCY ( within the continenta l
United States, and Hawaii) for reasonable labor required to repair or replace, at our option, f.o.b. factory, any part which proves to be
defective due t o defects in m aterial or workmanship, dur ing the la bor warranty period. This warranty inclu des trave l time not to
exceed t wo h ours an d mil eage n ot to e xceed 5 0 mil es (100 miles ro und-trip), BUT DOES NOT INCLU DE POST ST ART-UP,
TIGHTENING LOOSE FITTINGS, MINOR ADJUSTMENTS, MAINTENANCE, CLEANING OR DESCALING.
The standard labor warranty all ows factor y pa yment of r easonable labor req uired to repa ir or r eplace suc h d efective parts.
Cleveland Range will not reimburse the expense of l abor required for the repair or r eplacement of par ts after the standar d warranty
period, u nless an E xtended L abor W arranty Contract h as been p urchased to cover the equipment for the ba lance of the warranty
period from the date of equipment installation, start-up, or demonstration.
PROPER INSTALLATION IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DEALER, THE OWNER-USER, OR INST ALLING CONTRACTOR,
AND IS NOT COVERED BY T HIS WARRANTY. Man y lo cal co des exist, and it is the responsibility of the o wner a nd insta ller t o
comply with these codes. Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers, including UL,
ANSI, NSF, ASME/Ntl. Bd., CSA, and others.
BOILER (Steam Generator) MAINTENANCE IS THE RESPONS IBILITY OF THE OWNER-USER AND IS NOT COVERED BY
THIS WARRANTY. The use of good quality feed water is the responsibility of the Owner-User (see Water Quality Recommendations
below). T HE USE OF POOR QUALIT Y FEED W ATER WILL VOID EQUIPMENT WARRANTIES. Boil er mai ntenance sup plies,
including boiler han d h ole ga skets, are n ot warranted beyond th e fi rst 9 0 da ys after th e date the equipment is pl aced i nto serv ice.
Preventive maintenance records must be av ailable showing descaling per applicable Cleveland Operator Manual for Boiler Proration
Program considerations.
WATER QUALITY RECOMMENDATIONS
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS
TOTAL ALKALINITY
SILICA
CHLORIDE
pH FACTOR
greater
less than
60 parts per million
less than
20 parts per million
less than
13 parts per million
less than
30 parts per million
than 7.5
The foregoing shall constitute the s ole and exclusive remedy of original purchaser and the full liability of Cleveland Range for any
breach of warranty. T HE F OREGOING I S EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OT HER WARRANTIES, WHE THER WRITTEN,
ORAL, OR IMPLIED, INCL UDING ANY W ARRANTY OF PER FORMANCE, MERCHA NTABILITY, OR FIT NESS FOR PURPOSE ,
AND SUPERS EDES AND E XCLUDES ANY ORAL WARRANT IES OR REPRESENTATIONS, OR WRITTEN WAR RANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS, NOT EXPRESSLY DESIGNATED IN WRIT ING AS A “WARRANT Y” OR “GUARANT EE” OF CLEVELA ND
RANGE MADE OR IMPLIED IN ANY MANUAL, LITERATURE, ADVERTISING BROCHURE OR OTHER MATERIALS.
CLEVELAND RANGE’S li ability on any cl aim of an y ki nd, incl uding negligence, with re spect to the goods or servic es cover ed
hereunder, shall in no case exceed the price of the goods or serv ices, or part ther eof, which gives rise to the claim. IN NO E VENT
SHALL CLEVELAND RANGE BE LIABLE F OR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENT IAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES
IN THE NATURE OF PENALTIES.
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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COMBIS
A. PRODUCT INFORMATION
Cleveland Range, LLC assigns two product identification numbers to ea ch Combi: a model number
and a se rial number. The model num ber ide ntifies the produ ct cha racteristics. The se rial numbe r
identifies the individual Combi.
1. Model Number
a. This manual covers the installation of the OEB and OES model gas powered Combis.
b. Model Number Key: “O” stands for th e Com bi series Ove n, “E” or “G” de signates Ele ctric or G as.
“B” de signates Steam Generator, a nd “S” d esignates Sp ritzer. The first nu mber designates the
number of sh elves i n the oven rack. T he second n umber i s eith er “.10” for 1 2” X 20” steam table
pans or “.20” for 18” X 26” full size sheet pans. For further information, contact your Convotherm by
Cleveland sales representative or Cleveland Range.
2. Serial Number and Equipment Record
During ma nufacture, Combis a re a ssigned individ ual serial n umbers. Plea se provide the f ollowing
information when you co ntact Cl eveland Ra nge or a qualifie d Cl eveland Range auth orized se rvice
representative:
Serial Number________________________________________________________________
(Write the Serial Number of your Combi here.)
Model Number________________________________________________________________
(Write the Model Number of your Combi here.)
3. Product Information Plate
The Product Information Plate on the left side of the Combi lists the model, serial number, gas, electric,
and wiring requirements of the Combi. Figure 1-1 illustrates a typical Product Information Plate.
Figure 1-1
Typical Product Information Plate
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
A. GENERAL
This equipment should be installed only by qualified, professional plumbers, pipe fitters, and electricians.
1. The installation of this Combi must conform with:
a. The National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA 54 (latest edition), or the
Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code CSA B1 49.1 as applicable.
b. The National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest edition), or the Canadian
Electrical Code, CSA C22.2 as applicable.
c. The Food Service Sanitation Manual of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
d. All applicable national, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations.
2. This eq uipment is to be installed to
comply with the applica ble federal, state, or local
plumbing codes.
3. Installation instructions must be read in their entirety before starting installation of a Combi.
4. Install the Combi according to the policies and procedures outlined in this manual.
DANGER
Improper i nstallation, adj ustment, alt eration, service, o r m aintenance of a Combi, or
installation of a damaged Combi can result in DEATH, INJURY, EQUIPMENT DAMAGE, and
void the warranty.
NEVER install damaged Combis.
ALWAYS have qualified Cleveland Range authorized personnel install and service Combis.
5. Inspect the Combi for shipping damage.
a. Check carton and packing for shipping damage.
b. Note any damage on the shipping paperwork as soon as the carton arrives.
c. Unpack the Combi and check for shipping damage.
d. If the Combi is damaged or damage is suspected:
1) Inform your dealer at once.
2) Inform Cleveland Range in writing within 3 days.
3) Submit a Damage Claim to the Shipper.
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B. INSTALLATION OF THE COMBI – General Instructions
General Instructions:
1. Select the Combi’s operating location.
2. Complete the water, drain, and electric lines before positioning and leveling the Combi.
3. Position and level the Combi.
4. Connect the utility lines after positioning and leveling the Combi.
5. Call Cleveland Range at 216-481-4900 for the Free Start-Up Program’s Performance
Checkout.
6. After Setup and Performance Checkout, the Combi should provide years of reliable
operation.
DANGER
Improper lifting can result in DEATH, INJURY, AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
Use enough workers with training and experience lifting heavy equipment to place
Combis on supporting surfaces, and lift and handle Combis and acessories.
DANGER
Operating an out of level Combi can cause DEATH, INJURY, and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
Combis must be level both front-to-back and side-to-side in all installations.
NEVER operate an out of level Combi.
If a Combi is suspected to be out of level, shut it down at once and call you qualified
Cleveland Range authorized service agency at once.
WARNING
All clearan ce requi rements above, b elow, and around the Combi are th e same fo r no ncombustible locations as for combustible locations.
Failure to maintain re quired cle arances and a dditional dista nces as nee ded can result
INJURY and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
Consult manufacturers’ literature, and sales and service agencies as needed.
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C. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CASTER EQUIPPED COMBI STANDS AND COMBIS
1. Read all instructions before beginning installation.
2. Level the floor if needed.
3. NOTE: Combis on caster-equipped stands have less adjustment for level than adjustable
foot equipped stands.
4. The front wheels of caster-equipped stands and Combis have locks. Check the caster
locks for function and position before installation.
5. Follow the separate instructions included with the Stand, Stacking Kit, or Caster Kit.
6. Make sure the Stand, Stacking Kit, or Caster Kit matches the Combi(s).
7. Use only genuine Cleveland Range Stands, Stacking Kits, Caster Kits, and replacement
parts.
8. Use of Stands, Stacking Kits, Caster Kits, and replacement parts other than genuine
Cleveland Range Stands, Stacking Kits, and Caster Kits and replacement parts can
result in injury and / or catastrophic equipment failure, and voids the Warranty.
9. The appliance must be secured to building structure, to prevent any strain on the utility
connections, and to help reduce the risk of electric shock.
10. The strain relief (restraining device) must be installed to limit the movement of the
appliance without depending on the connector and the quick-disconnect device or its
associated piping (gas, water, or electric). See separate instructions for attachment
location and other details.
11. Connect the strain relief (restraining device) BEFORE starting the Combi
12. If the strain relief (restraining device) must be disconnected, it must be reconnected
after the Combi has been returned to its originally installed position BEFORE restarting
the Combi.
13. Prepare the installation location as described in the Combi Installation Manual.
14. For GAS (OGB, OGS) Combis: The installation of the gas supply shall be made with a
connector that complies with the Standard for Connectors for Movable Gas Appliances,
ANSI Z21.69 / CSA 6.16, and a quick disconnect device that complies with the Standard
for Quick Disconnect Devices for Use With Gas Fuel, ANSI Z21.41 / CSA 6.9.
15. The appliance shall be installed using flexible conduit.
16. Mechanically secure the flexible conduit to the Combi’s electrical access hole.
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SINCE 1922
INNOVATIVE STEAM COOKING SOLUTIONS
COMBI OVEN-STEAMER
by
Featuring the
MODEL:
c OGB-10.10
"Advanced Closed
System +3"
CAPACITY:
TEN (10) – 12" by 20" by 2 1/2" steam table pans
GAS Fired – with Steam Generator
ITEM NUMBER __________________________________________
JOB NAME / NUMBER __________________________________
Cooking Modes:
■ Hot Air
■ Steam
■ Combi
■
Retherm
by
■ "Cook & Hold"
■ "Delta T" slow cooking
■ "Crisp & Tasty"
Cleveland Standard Features:
■ "Advanced closed system" with "Crisp & Tasty" de-moisturizing feature
■ High efficiency,
by power burner heating system for hot air and steam
generator saves energy and provides fast heat up times
■ Fully insulated steam generator and cooking compartment for
maximum energy savings
■ Polished cooking compartment with coved corners for easy cleaning
■ Three (3) 12" x 20" wire shelves
■ Hinged fan guard and hinged removable pan racks
■ Two (2) speed auto reversing convection fan for even heat distribution
■ Space saving, easy to close "Disappearing Door"
■ Door latch with safety vent position and wear-free door switch
■ Vented, double glass door with integrated door stop and self
draining condensate drip pan
■ Easy to change, press-fit door seal
■ Oven light with shock resistant safety glass
■ Multipoint core temperature probe
■ Easy to use electronic controls for all operational functions
■ Self diagnostic system with full text message display
■ Easy to understand menu icons with bright graphics display
■ User friendly selector dial
■ Exclusive "Smart Key" for selecting option settings
■ Digital controls for temperature, time and core probe settings
■ Eight (8) "Press & Go" one step, recipe start buttons
■ Cook book library for up to 250 stored recipe programs, each
recipe capable of 20 steps
■ RS 232 connection for controlling one unit with a PC (personal computer)
■ Memory module automatically saves unit settings and recipes
■ Manual program override feature for operational settings
■ Smooth action hand shower for compartment cleaning
Gas Fired Steam Generator
■
■
■
■
Quiet, high efficiency, power burner heating system
Built-in automatic rinse system
Automatic fill and water level control
Automatic generator drain
Cleveland Range, LLC
Short Form Specifications
Shall be Cleveland Model: OGB-10.10 Combination Convection Oven /
Steamer with simple to operate electronic programmable controls for Hot Air,
Convection Steam, and Combination cooking modes, "Cook & Hold" and
"Delta T" slow-cooking capabilities, "Advanced Closed System" with "Crisp
& Tasty" de-moisturizing feature. Multiple cooking stage programs, stored
recipe library, multipoint core temperature probe, "Press & Go", one-step
recipe start buttons, "Smart Key" for selecting option settings, Two (2) speed
auto reversing convection fan. Quiet, high efficiency power burner heating
system; steam generator with automatic drain. "Disappearing Door".
Capacity for ten (10) 12" x 20" x 2 1/2" pans.
Options and Accessories
❐ ConvoClean automatic compartment washing system
❐ PC-HACCP software for establishing "HACCP controls" and automatic
documentation of the cooking process
❐ Equipment stand(s)
❐ Equipment stand(s) with Casters
❐ Stacking kit for mounting one (1) OGB-6.10 model on top of
one (1) OGB-10.10
❐ Lockable cover over operating controls for prison installations
❐ USB or RS 485 connection for networking and controlling up to 32 units
with a personal computer
❐ Propane gas option
❐ Flue diverter
❐ Plate rack for banquet operations
❐ Plate rack cart
❐ Thermal cover for plate or pan rack
❐ ConvoClean compartment cleaning solution
❐ ConvoCare concentrate for compartment rinse cycle
❐ "Dissolve" generator descaling solution
❐ Chicken Grill Rack
❐ 12" x 20" Wire Baskets for frying products
SECT. IIC PAGE 17
❐ Additional 12" x 20" Wire Shelves
0406
1333 East 179th
7 St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110
Ph: 1-216-481-4900 Fx: 1-216-481-3782 Web Site: www.clevelandrange.com
36.70"
36.70"
The "Advanced Closed System" offers the following advantages:
2.52"
1.58"
■ Saves energy
■ Automatic moisture level adjustment
■ Low heat and steam emission to the kitchen
■ Automatically regulated steam injection
■ Enables immediate change into the steam mode
■ "Crisp & Tasty" demoisturizing function
Model:
1.82"
38.98"
1.58"
44.98"
1.82"
38.98"
44.98"
2.52"
OGB-10.10
Pan Capacity [Unit has 11 slide rails at 2.64" (67mm) apart]:
W1
10 (12" x 20" x 2 1/2") steam table pans
11 (12" x 20" x 1") steam table pans
11 (13" x 20") half size wire racks
11 (13" x 18") half size sheet pans
10 (12" x 20") frying baskets - (no wire racks needed)
W2
For Banquet Operations:
RC
W1
AV
CS
W2
E1
S
VIEW
Width - 47", Depth - 41", Height - FRONT
54"
Shipping Weight:
475 Lbs
3.39"
Shipping Dimensions:
(including packaging)
Required Clearances:
Rear - 2", Left Side - 4", Right Side - 2 1/2"
AV
• Allow for sufficient distance if a "high heat source" (i.e. Broiler) is located
next to the unit.
• Allow for sufficient clearance on left side for service access (contact the
W1 for recommendations).
factory service department
W1
E1
• Installation must comply with all local fire and health codes.
S
2.80"
AV
D
Agency Approvals:
S
Electrical Requirements:
UL - Gas, UL - Sanitation (NSF Standards)
W2
W2
2.80"
31.70"
E2
Width - 41.04", Depth - 34.50", Height - 45.68"
6.46"
2.60"
3.39"
10.79"
6.46"
FRONT VIEW
Unit Dimensions:
10.79"
D
Optional Plate Rack holds 32 plates
6.00"
31.70"
6.00"
120 volt, 11.7 amps, 60 Hz, single phase
D
D
RC
E1
D
D
E1
19.30"
W2
D
W2
RC
RC
RC
RC
CS
CS
CS
6.34"
CS
BOTTOM VIEW
2.01"
3.00"
4.97"
Drain Connection:
AV
RC
9.30"
AV
AV
S
CS
S
NOTES:
Cleveland Range reserves right of design improvement or modification, as warranted.
Many regional, state and local codes exist and it is the responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with the codes.
Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers.
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S
G
AV
G
G
E1
S
W2
Cold Water (drinking water quality)
30 - 60 PSI
3.23"
30.20"
Connection)
3/4" GHT-F (Female Garden Hose
CS
CS
D
W1
AV
W1
AV
Treated Water for Steam Generator
Venting:
23.
3
6.
S Untreated Water for Condenser and Hand Shower
W2
S
G
W2
2" Tube
G
D
G
E2
W1
1.19"
Water Connections:
Flow Pressure:
Water Inlets:
17.60"
G
D
AV
W1
W1
W1
S
W2
W2
W2
G
D
W1
6.07"
9.45"
12.45"
3.27"
30.20"
2.96"
17.60"
3.23"
E2
CS
Total Connected Load:
W1
Steam Generator:
RC
RC
Hot Air:
12.45"
23.63"
11.11"
1.19"
6.97"
TOP VIEW
3/4" NPT
2.80"
Natural Gas (Propane optional)
Natural Gas -6.96"
Min. 5.5" WC / Max. 14" WC
Propane Gas - Min. 11" WC / Max. 14" WC
75,700 BTU (68,000
11.11" BTU Propane)
68,200 BTU (61,000 BTU Propane)
75,700 BTU (68,000 BTU Propane)
Gas Connection:
Gas Type:
Gas Flow Pressure:
9.45"
G
2.96"
TOP VIEW
2.80"
D
D
RC
Exhaust Hood required
E1
E1
Gas Exhaust for Hot Air Heating
CS
E2
E2
W1
RCGas Exhaust for Steam Generator
AV
RC CSAir Vent
CS
*Connection for Rinse Cycle
CS
G
Low Pressure Safety Valve
AV
AV
*Available as an option E1
E2
G
G
W2
6.3
BOTTOM VIEW
RC
2.01"
*Connection for Cleaning
S Solution
S
S
19.
3.00"
4.97"
9.30"
SECT.
IIC
18
PAGE
0406
SINCE 1922
INNOVATIVE STEAM COOKING SOLUTIONS
COMBI OVEN-STEAMER
by
Featuring the
MODEL:
c OGS-10.10
"Advanced Closed
System +3"
CAPACITY:
TEN (10) – 12" by 20" by 2 1/2" steam table pans
GAS Fired – Boilerless
ITEM NUMBER __________________________________________
JOB NAME / NUMBER __________________________________
Cooking Modes:
■ Hot Air
■ Steam
■ Combi
■
Retherm
by
■ "Cook & Hold"
■ "Delta T" slow cooking
■ "Crisp & Tasty"
Cleveland Standard Features:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
"Advanced closed system" with "Crisp & Tasty" de-moisturizing feature
High efficiency,
power burner heating system
by
Fully insulated cooking compartment for maximum energy savings
Polished cooking compartment with coved corners for easy cleaning
Three (3) 12" x 20" wire shelves
Hinged fan guard and hinged removable pan racks
Two (2) speed auto reversing convection fan for even heat distribution
Space saving, easy to close "Disappearing Door"
Door latch with safety vent position and wear-free door switch
Vented, double glass door with integrated door stop and self
draining condensate drip pan
Easy to change, press-fit door seal
Oven light with shock resistant safety glass
Multipoint core temperature probe
Easy to use electronic controls for all operational functions
Self diagnostic system with full text message display
Easy to understand menu icons with bright graphics display
User friendly selector dial
Exclusive "Smart Key" for selecting option settings
Digital controls for temperature, time and core probe settings
Eight (8) "Press & Go" one step, recipe start buttons
Cook book library for up to 250 stored recipe programs, each
recipe capable of 20 steps
RS 232 connection for controlling one unit with a PC (personal computer)
Memory module automatically saves unit settings and recipes
Manual program override feature for operational settings
Smooth action hand shower for compartment cleaning
Injection system for steam
Options and Accessories
❐ ConvoClean automatic compartment washing system
❐ PC-HACCP software for establishing "HACCP controls" and
automatic documentation of the cooking process
❐ Equipment stand(s)
❐ Equipment stand(s) with Casters
❐ Stacking kit for mounting one (1) OGS-6.10 model on top of
one (1) OGS-10.10
Cleveland Range, LLC
Short Form Specifications
Shall be Cleveland Model: OGS-10.10 Combination Convection Oven /
Steamer with simple to operate electronic programmable controls for Hot Air,
Convection Steam, and Combination cooking modes, "Cook & Hold" and
"Delta T" slow-cooking capabilities, "Advanced Closed System" with "Crisp
& Tasty" de-moisturizing feature. Multiple cooking stage programs, stored
recipe library, multipoint core temperature probe, "Press & Go", one-step
recipe start buttons, "Smart Key" for selecting option settings, two (2) speed
auto reversing convection fan. Quiet, high efficiency power burner heating
system; boilerless. "Disappearing Door". Capacity for ten (10) 12" x 20" x 2
1/2" pans.
❐ Lockable cover over operating controls for prison installations
❐ USB or RS 485 connection for networking and controlling up to 32
units with a personal computer
❐ Propane gas option
❐ Flue diverter
❐ Plate rack for banquet operations
❐ Plate rack cart
❐ Thermal cover for plate or pan rack
❐ ConvoClean compartment cleaning solution
❐ ConvoCare concentrate for compartment rinse cycle
❐ "Dissolve" generator descaling solution
❐ Chicken Grill Rack
❐ 12" x 20" Wire Baskets for frying products
❐ Additional 12" x 20" Wire Shelves
SECT.
IIC
45
PAGE
0406
1333 East 179th
9 St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110
Ph: 1-216-481-4900 Fx: 1-216-481-3782 Web Site: www.clevelandrange.com
36.70"
The "Advanced Closed System" offers the following advantages:
■ Saves energy
■ Automatic moisture level adjustment
■ Low heat and steam emission to the kitchen
■ Automatically regulated steam injection
■ Enables immediate change into the steam mode
■ "Crisp & Tasty" demoisturizing function
1.82"
1.58"
38.98"
44.98"
2.52"
Model:
W1
W2
6.00"
D
3.39"
10.79"
6.46"
FRONT VIEW
W1
31.70"
AV
RC
W2
CS
E1
S
D
2.80"
AV
6.96"
A = Water hook up soft water G"
B = Water hook up cold water G"
For
Operations: hook
Optionalup
PlateDN50
Rack holds 32 plates
CBanquet
= Drainage
D Dimensions:
= Power hookWidth
up- 41.04", Depth - 34.50", Height - 45.68"
Unit
E = Potential equaliser
Shipping Dimensions:
Width - 47", Depth - 41", Height - 54"
F = Final
rinse hook up
(including
packaging)
G = Cleaner hook up
Shipping Weight:
475 Lbs
H = Air vent pipe
Required
Clearances:
Rearsafety
- 2", Left Side - 4", Right Side - 2 1/2"
I = Low
pressure
• Allow for sufficient distance if a "high heat source" (i.e. Broiler) is located
Jnext=toGas
W1up R"
the unit.hook
•K
Allow
sufficient clearance
left side for service access (contact the
= for
Exhaust
pipeongas
factory service department for recommendations).
• Installation must comply
W2 with all local fire and health codes.
Agency Approvals:
UL - Gas, UL - Sanitation (NSF Standards)
Electrical Requirements:
120 volt, 11.7 amps, 60 Hz, single phase
Do not connect to a G.F.I. outlet
G
Gas Connection:
Gas Type:
Gas Flow Pressure:
RC
23.63"
E1
W1
11.11"
W1
CS
E2
W2
AV
W1
W2
3.23"
3.27"
30.20"
9.45"
W2
G
G
D
3/4" NPT
Natural Gas (Propane optional)
Natural Gas - Min. 5.5" WC / Max. 14" WC
Propane Gas - Min. 11" WC / Max. 14" WC
Total Connected Load: W2
RC 75,700 BTU (68,000 BTU Propane)
Hot Air:
75,700 BTU (68,000 BTU Propane)
Water Connections:
Flow Pressure:
Water Inlets:
D
19.30"
D
E1
RC
W1
W1
D
CS
W1
AV
W1
D
W1
S
D
W2
6.07"
2.96"
12.45"
10 (12" x 20" x 2 1/2") steam table pans
11 (12" x 20" x 1") steam table pans
11 half size wire racks (13" x 20")
11 (13" x 18") half size sheet pans
10 (12" x 20") frying baskets - (no wire racks needed)
S
TOP VIEW
17.60"
OGS 10.10
Pan Capacity [Unit has 11 slide rails at 2.64" (67mm) apart]:
D
2.80"
1.19"
OGS-10.10
Cold Water (drinking water quality)
30 - 60 PSI
3/4" GHT-F (Female Garden Hose Connection)
Treated Water for Steam Production
W2
S
W2
Untreated Water for Condenser and Hand Shower
Drain Connection:
RC
2" Tube
Venting:
DG
D
Exhaust Hood required
CS
E1
Gas Exhaust for Hot Air Heating
AV
E2
Air Vent
RC
E2
W2
RC
CS
6.34"
RC
CS
CS
AV
RC
AV
CS
BOTTOM VIEW
2.01"
3.00"
4.97"
S
CS
S
9.30"
AV
NOTES:
Cleveland Range reserves right of design improvement or modification, as warranted.
Many regional, state and local codes exist and it is the responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with the codes.
Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers.
10
G
AV
SG
E1
*Connection for Cleaning Solution
S
RC
RC
*Connection for Rinse Cycle
Low Pressure Safety Valve
G
CS
CS
*Available as an option
E1
AV
AV
E2
S
S
S
E1
G
E2
G
SECT.
IIC
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PAGE
0406
SINCE 1922
INNOVATIVE STEAM COOKING SOLUTIONS
COMBI OVEN-STEAMER
by
Featuring the
MODEL:
"Advanced Closed
System +3"
CAPACITY:
GAS Fired – with Steam Generator
c OGB-6.20
Seven (7) – 18" by 26" full size sheet pans or
Fourteen (14) – 12" by 20" by 2 1/2" steam table pans
ITEM NUMBER __________________________________________
JOB NAME / NUMBER __________________________________
Cooking Modes:
■ Hot Air
■ Steam
■ Combi
■
Retherm
by
■ "Cook & Hold"
■ "Delta T" slow cooking
■ "Crisp & Tasty"
Cleveland Standard Features:
■ "Advanced closed system" with "Crisp & Tasty" de-moisturizing feature
■ High efficiency,
by power burner heating system for hot air and steam
generator saves energy and provides fast heat up times
■ Fully insulated steam generator and cooking compartment for
maximum energy savings
■ Polished cooking compartment with coved corners for easy cleaning
■ Three (3) 26" x 20" wire shelves
■ Hinged fan guard and hinged removable pan racks
■ Two (2) speed auto reversing convection fan for even heat distribution
■ Space saving, easy to close "Disappearing Door"
■ Door latch with safety vent position and wear-free door switch
■ Vented, double glass door with integrated door stop and self
draining condensate drip pan
■ Easy to change, press-fit door seal
■ Oven light with shock resistant safety glass
■ Multipoint core temperature probe
■ Easy to use electronic controls for all operational functions
■ Self diagnostic system with full text message display
■ Easy to understand menu icons with bright graphics display
■ User friendly selector dial
■ Exclusive "Smart Key" for selecting option settings
■ Digital controls for temperature, time and core probe settings
■ Eight (8) "Press & Go" one step, recipe start buttons
■ Cook book library for up to 250 stored recipe programs, each
recipe capable of 20 steps
■ RS 232 connection for controlling one unit with a PC (personal computer)
■ Memory module automatically saves unit settings and recipes
■ Manual program override feature for operational settings
■ Smooth action hand shower for compartment cleaning
Gas Fired Steam Generator
■
■
■
■
Quiet, high efficiency, power burner heating system
Built-in automatic rinse system
Automatic fill and water level control
Automatic generator drain
Cleveland Range, LLC
Short Form Specifications
Shall be Cleveland Model: OGB-6.20 Combination Convection Oven / Steamer
with simple to operate electronic programmable controls for Hot Air, Convection
Steam, and Combination cooking modes, "Cook & Hold" and "Delta T" slowcooking capabilities, "Advanced Closed System" with "Crisp & Tasty" demoisturizing feature. Multiple cooking stage programs, stored recipe library,
multipoint core temperature probe, "Press & Go", one-step recipe start buttons,
"Smart Key" for selecting option settings, Two (2) speed auto reversing
convection fan. Quiet, high efficiency power burner heating system; steam
generator with automatic drain. "Disappearing Door". Capacity for seven (7) 18"
x 26" full size sheet pans, or fourteen (14) 12" x 20" x 2 1/2" pans.
Options and Accessories
❐ ConvoClean automatic compartment washing system
❐ PC-HACCP software for establishing "HACCP controls" and automatic
documentation of the cooking process
❐ Equipment stand(s)
❐ Equipment stand(s) with Casters
❐ Stacking kit for stacking two (2) OGB-6.20 models
❐ Stacking kit for mounting one (1) OGB-6.20 model on top of
one (1) OGB-10.20
❐ Universal pan-rack system to hold full size sheet pans without the use of wire
shelves
❐ Lockable cover over operating controls for prison installations
❐ USB or RS 485 connection for networking and controlling up to 32 units with a
personal computer
❐ Propane gas option
❐ Flue diverter
❐ Plate rack for banquet operations
❐ Plate rack cart
❐ Thermal cover for plate or pan rack
❐ ConvoClean compartment cleaning solution
❐ ConvoCare concentrate for compartment rinse cycle
❐ "Dissolve" generator descaling solution
❐ Chicken Grill Rack
❐ 12" x 20" Wire Baskets for frying products
SECT. IIC PAGE 21
❐ Additional 26" x 20" Wire Shelves
0406
❐ Special Baking Rack System
1333 East 179th
11St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110
Ph: 1-216-481-4900 Fx: 1-216-481-3782 Web Site: www.clevelandrange.com
47.92"
30.12"
36.12"
30.12"
1.82"
1.58"
36.12"
2.52"
47.92"
The "Advanced Closed
2.52"System" offers the following advantages: 1.82"
1.58"
■ Saves energy
■ Automatic moisture level adjustment
■ Low heat and steam emission to the kitchen
■ Automatically regulated steam injection
■ Enables immediate change into the steam mode
■ "Crisp & Tasty" demoisturizing function
Model:
OGB-6.20
Pan Capacity [Unit has 7 slide rails at 2.64" (67mm) apart]:
7 (20" x 26") full size wire racks
14 (13" x 18") half size sheet pans - on wire racks
6.00"
14 (12" x 20" x 1") steam table pans
W2
For Banquet Operations:
3.39"
7 (18" x 26") full size sheet pans - on wire racks
14 (12" x 20" x 2 1/2") steam table pans
14 (12" x 20") frying Baskets - (no wire racks needed)
FRONT VIEW
Optional Plate Rack holds 42 plates
Width - 52.26", Depth - 43.24", Height - 36.82"
Shipping Dimensions:
(including packaging)
Width - 58", Depth - 49", Height - 45"
Shipping Weight:
485 Lbs
10.79"
3.55"
Unit Dimensions:
D
10.79"
7.49"
FRONT VIEW
3.39"
6.00"
7.49"
W1
AV
AV
E1
RC
S
W2
2.80"
CS
D
AV
TOP VIEW
G
Gas Connection:
Gas Type:
Gas Flow Pressure:
10.40"
6.93"
D
G
2.96"
D
29.61"
D
E1
Drain Connection:
W2
Venting:
E2
W1
W2
3.90"
CS
BOTTOM VIEW
3.00"
4.97"
RC
RC
RC
CS
CS
CS
AV
RC
10.87"
AV
AV
S
CS
S
S
NOTES:
Cleveland Range reserves right of design improvement or modification, as warranted.
Many regional, state and local codes exist and it is the responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with the codes.
Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers.
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G
AV
G
G
E1
S
E1
E1
1.19"
RC
S
W2
S
W2
6.93
Treated Water for Steam Generator
Untreated Water for Condenser and Hand Shower
G
2" Tube
G
D
G
D
3.27
D
W1
AV
W1
AV
W2
W2
W2
G
D
W1
31.50
CS Cold Water (drinking water quality)
CS
3.23"30 - 60 PSI
41.42"
3/4" GHT-F (Female Garden Hose Connection)
10.40"
3.27"
41.42"
8.55"
3/4" NPT
Natural12.68"
Gas (Propane optional)
Natural Gas - Min. 5.5" WC / Max. 14" WC
Propane Gas - Min. 11" WC / Max. 14" WC
75,700 BTU (68000 BTU Propane)
68,200 BTU (61,000 BTU Propane)
75,700 BTU (68,000 BTU Propane)
W2
Water Connections:
Flow Pressure:
Water Inlets:
27.29"
3.23"
AV
W1
W1
W1
S
14.26"
CS
E2
Total Connected Load:
W1
Steam Generator:
RC
RC
Hot Air:
21.19"
E1
2.96"
31.50"
RC
14.26"
UL - Gas, UL - Sanitation (NSF Standards)
D
12.68"
21.19"
W2
W2
Electrical Requirements: 120 volt, 11.7 amps, 60 Hz, single phase
TOP VIEW
Do not connect to a G.F.I.D
outlet
2.80"
8.55"
27.29"
Agency Approvals:
S
2.80"
1.19"
Required Clearances:
Rear - 2", Left Side - 4", Right Side - 2 1/2"
• Allow for sufficient distance if a "high heat source" (i.e. Broiler) is located
E1
next to the unit.
• Allow for sufficient clearance on left side for service access (contact the
S
W1 for recommendations).
factory service department
W1
• Installation must comply with all local fire and health codes.
2.80"
W1
40.44"
40.44"
E2
D
RC
Exhaust Hood required
D
E1
E1
Gas Exhaust for Hot Air Heating
W1
E2
E2
Gas Exhaust for Steam Generator
W2
AV
RC
Air Vent
29.61
CS
RC
CS
RC
3.00"
*Connection for Cleaning
S Solution
4.97"
CS
*Connection for Rinse Cycle
CS
3.90
BOTTOM VIEW
10.87"
G
Low Pressure Safety Valve
AV
AV
*Available as an option E1
S
S
E2
G
G
SECT.
IIC
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PAGE
0406
SINCE 1922
INNOVATIVE STEAM COOKING SOLUTIONS
COMBI OVEN-STEAMER
by
Featuring the
MODEL:
"Advanced Closed
System +3"
CAPACITY:
GAS Fired – Boilerless
c OGS-6.20
Seven (7) – 18" by 26" full size sheet pans or
Fourteen (14) – 12" by 20" by 2 1/2" steam table pans
ITEM NUMBER __________________________________________
JOB NAME / NUMBER __________________________________
Cooking Modes:
by
■ Hot Air
■ Steam
■ Combi
■ Retherm
■ "Cook & Hold"
■ "Delta T" slow cooking
■ "Crisp & Tasty"
Cleveland Standard Features:
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
"Advanced closed
system" with "Crisp & Tasty" de-moisturizing feature
by
High efficiency, power burner heating system
Fully insulated cooking compartment for maximum energy savings
Polished cooking compartment with coved corners for easy cleaning
Three (3) 26" x 20" wire shelves
Hinged fan guard and hinged removable pan racks
Two (2) speed auto reversing convection fan for even heat distribution
Space saving, easy to close "Disappearing Door"
Door latch with safety vent position and wear-free door switch
Vented, double glass door with integrated door stop and self
draining condensate drip pan
Easy to change, press-fit door seal
Oven light with shock resistant safety glass
Multipoint core temperature probe
Easy to use electronic controls for all operational functions
Self diagnostic system with full text message display
Easy to understand menu icons with bright graphics display
User friendly selector dial
Exclusive "Smart Key" for selecting option settings
Digital controls for temperature, time and core probe settings
Eight (8) "Press & Go" one step, recipe start buttons
Cook book library for up to 250 stored recipe programs, each
recipe capable of 20 steps
RS 232 connection for controlling one unit with a PC (personal computer)
Memory module automatically saves unit settings and recipes
Manual program override feature for operational settings
Smooth action hand shower for compartment cleaning
Injection system for steam
Options and Accessories
❐ ConvoClean automatic compartment washing system
❐ PC-HACCP software for establishing "HACCP controls" and
automatic documentation of the cooking process
❐ Equipment stand(s)
❐ Equipment stand(s) with Casters
❐ Stacking kit for stacking two (2) OGS-6.20 models
Cleveland Range, LLC
Short Form Specifications
Shall be Cleveland Model: OGS-6.20 Combination Convection Oven /
Steamer with simple to operate electronic programmable controls for Hot Air,
Convection Steam, and Combination cooking modes, "Cook & Hold" and
"Delta T" slow-cooking capabilities, "Advanced Closed System" with "Crisp
& Tasty" de-moisturizing feature. Multiple cooking stage programs, stored
recipe library, multipoint core temperature probe, "Press & Go", one-step
recipe start buttons, "Smart Key" for selecting option settings, two (2) speed
auto reversing convection fan. Quiet, high efficiency power burner heating
system; boilerless. "Disappearing Door". Capacity for seven (7) 18" x 26" full
size sheet pans, or fourteen (14) 12" x 20" x 2 1/2" pans.
❐ Stacking kit for mounting one (1) OGS-6.20 model on top of
one (1) OGS-10.20
❐ Universal pan-rack system to hold full size sheet pans without the
use of wire shelves
❐ Lockable cover over operating controls for prison installations
❐ USB or RS 485 connection for networking and controlling up to 32
units with a personal computer
❐ Propane gas option
❐ Flue diverter
❐ Plate rack for banquet operations
❐ Plate rack cart
❐ Thermal cover for plate or pan rack
❐ ConvoClean compartment cleaning solution
❐ ConvoCare concentrate for compartment rinse cycle
❐ "Dissolve" generator descaling solution
❐ Chicken Grill Rack
❐ 12" x 20" Wire Baskets for frying products
❐ Additional 26" x 20" Wire Shelves
SECT. IIC PAGE 49
0406
❐ Special Baking Rack System
1333 East 179th
13St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110
Ph: 1-216-481-4900 Fx: 1-216-481-3782 Web Site: www.clevelandrange.com
47.92"
2.52"
The "Advanced Closed System" offers the following advantages:
■ Saves energy
■ Automatic moisture level adjustment
■ Low heat and steam emission to the kitchen
■ Automatically regulated steam injection
■ Enables immediate change into the steam mode
■ "Crisp & Tasty" demoisturizing function
1.82"
36.12"
30.12"
1.58"
OGS 6.20OGS-6.20
Model:
W1
6.00"
3.39"
W2
D
10.79"
7.49"
FRONT VIEW
40.44"
AV
E1
W1
RC
S
W2
2.80"
CS
D
AV
A Capacity
= Water
uprails
soft
water
G"apart]:
has 7 slide
at 2.64"
(67mm)
Pan
[Unit hook
7 (18"water
x 26") full sizeG"
sheet pans - on wire racks
B = Water hook up cold
(12" x 20" x 2 1/2") steam table pans
C = Drainage hook up 1414DN50
(12" x 20") frying Baskets - (no wire racks needed)
D = Power hook up
For
Operations:equaliser
Optional Plate Rack holds 42 plates
EBanquet
= Potential
F = Final rinse hook
up
Unit Dimensions:
Width - 52.26", Depth - 43.24", Height - 36.82"
G = Cleaner hook up
Shipping
Dimensions:
H = Air
vent pipe Width - 58", Depth - 49", Height - 45"
(including packaging)
I = Low pressure safety
J = Gas
hook up 485
R" Lbs
Shipping
Weight:
K = Exhaust pipe gas
7 (20" x 26") full size wire racks
14 (13" x 18") half size sheet pans - on wire racks
14 (12" x 20" x 1") steam table pans
Required Clearances:
Rear - 2", Left Side - 4", Right Side - 2 1/2"
• Allow for sufficient distance if a "high heat source" (i.e. Broiler) is located
W1
next to the unit.
• Allow for sufficient clearance on left side for service access (contact the
factory service department for recommendations).
• Installation must comply
W2 with all local fire and health codes.
Agency Approvals:
UL - Gas, UL - Sanitation (NSF Standards)
D
TOP VIEW
2.80"
S
Electrical Requirements:
120 volt, 11.7 amps, 60 Hz, single phase
Do not connect to a G.F.I. outlet
G
Gas Connection:
Gas Type:
Gas Flow Pressure:
8.55"
31.50"
12.68"
RC
E1
W1
W1
CS
E2
W2
6.93"
10.40"
14.26"
21.19"
3.27"
41.42"
D
W2
W1
AV
D
E1
RC
Cold Water (drinking water quality)
30 - 60 PSI
3/4" GHT-F (Female Garden Hose Connection)
Treated Water for Steam Production
S
W2
W2
Untreated Water for Condenser and Hand Shower
Drain Connection:
RC
2" Tube
Venting:
DG
D
Exhaust Hood required
29.61"
RC
D
CS
W1
AV
W1
S
D
W2
W1
1.19"
Water Connections:
Flow Pressure:
Water Inlets:
D
W1
W2
DG
G
2.96"
27.29"
3.23"
3/4" NPT
Natural Gas (Propane optional)
Natural Gas - Min. 5.5" WC / Max. 14" WC
Propane Gas - Min. 11" WC / Max. 14" WC
Total Connected Load: W2
RC 75,700 BTU (68,000 BTU Propane)
Hot Air:
75,700 BTU (68,000 BTU Propane)
W1
CS
E1
Gas Exhaust for Hot Air Heating
AV
E2
Air Vent
E2
RC
W2
CS
3.90"
CS
RC
CS
AV
BOTTOM VIEW
3.00"
RC
AV
CS
4.97"
S
10.87"
CS
S
AV
NOTES:
Cleveland Range reserves right of design improvement or modification, as warranted.
Many regional, state and local codes exist and it is the responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with the codes.
Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers.
14
G
AV
SG
*Connection for Cleaning Solution
S
RC
*Connection for Rinse Cycle
RC
Low Pressure Safety Valve
G
CS
CS
*Available as an option
E1
AV
AV
E1
E2
S
S
S
E1
G
E2
G
SECT.
IIC
50
PAGE
0406
CONTROL PANEL
BASIC OPERATION
A. QUICK START GUIDE
ALWAYS PRE-HEAT THE OVEN CHAMBER!
1. Switch on with key (1).
2. Select cooking mode with keys (2-5).
3. Press key (6) to start.
OR
1. Press key (18) and rotate Selector Dial (23) to set oven
temperature.
2. Press key (19) and rotate Selector Dial (23) to set
cooking time.
OR
1. Press key (20) and rotate Selector Dial (23) to set core
temperature.
ALL
1. Press key (6) to start the Combi.
2. To change the settings while cooking: press keys (18)
OR (19) OR (20) and adjust the settings with the
Selector Dial (23).
3. When the buzzer sounds press key (6) or open the
door.
NOTES: See “CONTROL PANEL DETAIL VIEW” in
Chapter 4, Section B for detailed descriptions of control
panel functions.
Figure 4-1a
Control Panel
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B. CONTROL PANEL DETAIL VIEW
Note: Item numbers correspond to numbers on the
control panels in Figure 4-1b
1. ON/OFF
When the Combi is turned ON:
• Self-diagnosis is performed.
• Oven light turns on.
• Steam generator fills and heats (OEB and OGB
models).
Cooking Modes
2. Steam
• Oven temperature is continuously variable between
86°F and 248°F.
3. Combi Hot Air and Steam
• Oven temperature is continuously variable between
212°F and 482°F.
4. Hot Air
• Oven temperature is continuously variable between
86°F and 482°F.
5. Retherm
• Oven temperature is continuously variable between
248°F and 320°F.
6. Start/Stop
• Start cooking modes and recipes.
• Stop the cooking activity.
• Escape or Exit Smart Key functions
Programming / Help
7. Cookbook
• Call up, exit cookbook.
• View a list of stored recipes in the display.
8. Smart Key
• Set Extra Functions.
• Set-Up the Combi.
• Enter Sub-Menus.
9. Edit
• Create, change, copy, and delete recipes.
Figure 4-1b
Control Panel
16
• Page / Scroll one step forward or
back in programming mode.
Function Indicators
• Light up when function or activity is engaged:
23. Selector Dial
10. Reduced Power
11. Burner or Electric Heating ON
12. Reduced Fan Speed
13. Cooking Mode Engaged
14. Button Lock
15. Crisp & Tasty Engaged
16. Program Protection
• Set: Oven temperature, cooking time, core
temperature, recipe name, recipe number.
• Select Smart Key functions, editing
functions and recipes in the cookbook.
24. Press & Go Keys
• Start saved recipes with one key.
• LED below key lights up when
corresponding recipe is started.
17. Display
• Display in normal mode:
• Date.
• Time.
• Oven Temperature.
• Coo king Time
• Core Probe Temperature.
• Display in programming mode:
• Clear text.
• Memory.
• Symbols.
Notes:
Settings
18. Oven Temperature
• Set the nominal oven temperature.
• View the actual or nominal oven
temperature.
19. Cooking Time
• Set the cooking time from 1 minute to 9
hours, 59 minutes using the Selector Dial.
• Set Continuous Mode
1. At 9:59 or 0:01, release the Selector Dial.
2. Turn the Selector Dial again to the left
or right.
• See the actual or nominal cooking time.
• See elapsed cooking time when using
Core Temperature mode.
20. Core Temperature
• Set the nominal core temperature.
• See the actual or nominal core
temperature.
• See the actual core temperature during
cooking time mode.
21 & 22. Scroll Left and Scroll Right
17
•
Magnetic door switch
If the oven door is opened during
operation, the magnetic door switch
automatically interrupts the recipe. The
timer stops. After closing the oven door,
the Combi automatically continues the
recipe. If the oven door is opened when
the buzzer sounds at the end of a
recipe, it automatically switches off.
•
Operate controls with hands only!
AT THE END OF THE DAY OR SHIFT
A. Cleaning the Oven Chamber
CAUTION
Clean the oven chamber at least once per day or more frequently as needed
Failure to clean the Combi properly and regularly can cause equipment damage.
Damage caused by improper cleaning will invalidate the Warranty!
1. Cleaning – General
a. Regular cleaning of the Combi after use, inside and out, helps guarantee many years of
satisfaction from your Combi.
b. Clean and maintain the Combi ONLY when the Combi is cold.
c. Use the hand shower only inside the oven chamber.
d. Clean the outside the Combi by hand.
e. Never use the hand shower, hose, pressure washer or similar device on the outside of
the Combi.
f. NEVER spray anything on or into the air intakes or outlets of the Combi.
g. Do NOT use hoses, pressure washers, high-pressure cleaners, or water jets to clean
inside the Combi oven chamber.
h. Do NOT spray water into a hot oven chamber.
i. Use o nly g enuine Convotherm by Cleveland a nd Clevela nd Range cl eaning and
descaling p roducts. Foll ow the i nstructions and heed a nd o bey the warning s o n the
labels. Other products can cause injury, present heath hazards, and damage the Combi.
j. Never u se i rritant, acidi c, highly al kaline cle aners, h igh-alcohol, chlorine, chlori nated, o r
abrasive cleaning agents, scrapers, or abrasive materials to clean the Combi.
k. Poor water quality can cause discoloration inside the oven chamber. Remove these
discolorations with CONVOCare. Spray CONVOCare on the affected surfaces in a COLD
oven chamber, wait 10 minutes, wipe off with a soft cloth or sponge, and begin cleaning
as usual.
l.
Damage caused as a result of improper cleaning voids the warranty.
2. Semi-Automatic and Automatic Cleaning - General
a. If the oven chamber is very heavily soiled, additional manual cleaning may be necessary.
b. Depending on the level of soiling of the oven chamber, the engaging frames and grills
may be left in the oven during the automatic cleaning process.
c. Do NOT interrupt the semi-automatic or automatic cleaning process.
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WARNING
When working with cleaning agents, nozzle rinsing fluid and spray bottles: Wear
suitable clothing, protective gloves and protective goggles to help protect from
splashes and spills. Failure to do so can result in chemical burns on skin and in eyes.
WARNING
Read, understand, and heed and obey all instructions and safety
information found on cleaning agent labels, Material Safety Data Sheets,
and related documents and sources. Failure to do so can result in death,
injury, and equipment damage.
3. Manual Cleaning of the Oven Chamber
a. Clean the Combi daily to prevent discoloration and corrosion of the stainless steel.
1) Avoid scratching the oven chamber or engaging frame.
2) Scratches can collect soil and / or allow corrosion to begin.
3) Do NOT use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents, scouring pads, or scrapers.
b. Clean the fan guard and the fan area behind the fan guard at the same time.
1) Release the quick-action locks on the oven racks and fan guard.
2) Pivot the oven racks and fan guard out into the oven chamber.
3) After cleaning, push the oven racks and fan guard closed and fix them in place with
the quick-action locks.
CAUTION
Do NOT use U-Shaped racks that are bent or otherwise damaged in any
way. Pans and accessories placed in damaged racks can tip and spill,
causing burns, injuries and/or equipment damage
c.
4) Make sure that the U-Shaped racks do not become bent; otherwise grills, racks,
containers and accessories will no longer be safely supported. If U-Shaped racks
become bent then remove the Combi from service and contact your qualified
Cleveland Range authorized service representative at once.
Clean the interior of the of the double glass doors daily.
1) Release the quick-action locks on the door glass.
2) Clean the glass with a non-abrasive cleaner and a soft cloth.
3) Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents, scouring pads, or scrapers because
they will damage the glass.
d. Regular cleaning of the hygienic plug-in gasket (door gasket) increases service life.
1) Wait for the gasket to cool.
2) Clean the gasket with mild, scent free dish detergent and a soft cloth.
3) Do not use harsh or abrasive agents, scouring pads or scrapers because they will
damage the gasket.
4) Air dry the gasket.
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e. Clean the Bypass Measuring Aperture. (Opening in the oven
chamber on the left-hand side, slightly below the door latch.
See diagram.)
1) Spray with CONVOClean.
2) Rinse clean with the hand shower.
f. Remove and clean the drain cover.
1) Clean food residue and drippings from the tray and
drain in the oven chamber.
2) Spray on original CONVOClean oven chamber cleaner and
allow it to take effect.
3) Rinse thoroughly with the hand shower.
g. Clean the drain and make sure that it is not
blocked.
h. Clean the demoisturizing tray (trough shaped area
under the drain cover).
Bypass
Drain Cover and Drain
i.
Clean the door drip tray, appliance drip trays and accessory drip trays.
NOTES:
•
If a white deposit forms inside the oven chamber, the water treatment system is not
correctly set, or the addition of a water treatment system is required. To remove this
deposit, use vinegar and a soft cloth.
•
Ask your qualified Cleveland Range authorized service representative about adding or
setting a water treatment system.
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B. Semi-Automatic Cleaning of the Oven Chamber
NOTE: Do NOT press the Start/Stop key while using the Semi-automatic Cleaning process.
This stops the cleaning process.
WARNING
The Semi-Automatic Cleaning process is designed to be started when the
oven chamber temperature is at or below 158°F. Death, injury, and equipment
damage can result from starting the Semi-Automatic Cleaning process when
the oven chamber is above 158°F.
1. Before starting the Semi-Automatic Cleaning process, make sure the oven chamber is below
158°F by stopping all processes and pressing the Temperature key twice to view the actual
temperature.
a. If the oven chamber is above 158°F then open the Combi door and wait 15 minutes.
b. Check the oven temperature again.
1) If the oven temperature is at or below 158°F then go to Step 2.
2) If the oven temperature is still above 158°F then wait 15 more minutes and check the
oven chamber temperature. Repeat this step as needed until the oven chamber
temperature is at or below 158°F and then go to Step 2.
2. See separate instruction sheet P/N 260AYM, “One-Hand Sprayer with Telescoping Wand,” for
safety information, detailed instructions for using the sprayer, P/N 111598, and other
information.
3. Always wear appropriate protective clothing and equipment when using this Sprayer, including
protective gloves and goggles.
4. Close and latch the Combi door.
5. If the Combi is OFF, turn it ON.
6. Press the Smart Key. Various options appear in the display.
.
7. Use the Selector Dial to select “Cleaning”
8. Confirm by pressing the Smart Key.
9. Confirm “Yes” with the Smart Key. The semi-automatic cleaning process starts.
10. Semi-automatic cleaning uses cooking modes to assist the cleaning process. The display
shows the nominal values for the cooking modes.
a. The first step is Hot Air mode at 158°F for 10 minutes, followed by a Signal Tone.
11. After the first Signal Tone, open the oven door, and follow instruction sheet in P/N 260AYM to
spray the oven chamber, drain, grills, plates etc. with original Convotherm by Cleveland
CONVOClean.
12. Close and latch the Combi door and allow the CONVOClean to take effect. The SemiAutomatic Cleaning mode continues to run.
a. The second step is Steam mode at 86°F for 10 minutes, followed by a Signal Tone.
13. After the second Signal Tone, clean behind the fan guard and the fan area.
a. Release the quick-action locks on the oven racks and fan guard.
b. Swing the oven racks and fan guard into the oven chamber.
c. After cleaning, swing the oven racks and fan guard closed and fix it in place with the quick-action
locks.
14. Close and latch the Combi door. The Semi-Automatic Cleaning mode continues automatically.
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15.
16.
17.
18.
a. The third step is Steam mode at 86°F for 1 minute. No action is needed.
b. The fourth step is Steam at 212°F for 10 minutes, followed by a Signal Tone.
Turn OFF the Combi when the Signal Tone sounds.
Use the hand shower to rinse thoroughly the oven chamber, accessories, and behind the fan guard.
In the case of severe staining or soiling, repeat the cleaning process.
After use or after cleaning, leave the Combi door open.
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C. CONVOClean Automatic Cleaning System (optional):
NOTES:
•
Do NOT interrupt the automatic cleaning process. Interrupting and restarting the
Automatic Cleaning System with the ON/OFF key may start a 6 minute forced rinsing of
the oven chamber to remove any CONVOClean and CONVOCare residue when the
ON/OFF key is turned back ON. The Signal Tone sounds at the end of the forced rinsing
cycle and the Combi is ON.
•
Do not open the Combi door during the automatic cleaning process, unless the
instruction “Open the door” and “close the door,” appears in the display.
•
Pre-clean manually to save water and CONVOClean by selecting a lower cleaning
setting.
•
If the security questions are not answered within 5 seconds, the Combi resets itself to the
query level and will not start.
•
If the message “No cleaner pressure” appears, check that there is enough CONVOClean
and/or CONVOCare in the correct containers. Refill them if necessary (red hose for
CONVOClean, and blue or white hose for CONVOCare).
CAUTION
Always make sure the cleaning agent containers are correctly connected to the Combi
CONVOClean => RED
CONVOCare => BLUE or WHITE
A. See P/N 260AZA, “Instructions for CONVOClean System Start-up Kit,” for hose attachment,
solution mixing, and other information.
B. The CONVOClean Automatic Cleaning Process
1. The oven chamber must be cold before starting this process. If the oven chamber is still
hot, the error message, “oven temp too hi / please wait” appears in the display. If this
error message appears, open the Combi door, wait 15 minutes and then try to start the
automatic cleaning process. Repeat as needed.
2. Before starting, remove large pieces food or cooking residue from the oven chamber to
help prevent the drain from becoming blocked.
3. Check the level of Convotherm by Cleveland CONVOClean and CONVOCare.
a. The containers must be full.
b. The suction pipes must be located in the fluid.
c. The hoses must be properly attached to the Combi.
4. Press the Smart Key. Various options appear in the display.
.
5. Use the Selector Dial to select “CONVOClean system”
6. Confirm by pressing the Smart Key.
7. PRESS the Temperature key and select the cleaning level (1-4) with the Selector Dial.
Approximate run times are listed to help plan use of the CONVOClean system. Times
may vary by +/- 15 minutes.
1
“Light Soiling”
55
minutes.
2
“Medium Soiling”
1 hour and 30 minutes.
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3
4
“Strong Soiling” 2
‘Strong Soiling – Shining+”
hours.
2 hours and 45 minutes.
8. Press the Smart Key.
9. “Food inside oven?” appears in the display.
10. If the oven is empty, then answer “No.”
11. Confirm by pressing the Smart Key.
12. “Start auto-cleaning?” appears in the display.
13. Answer “Yes.”
14. Confirm by pressing the Smart Key.
15. The CONVOClean system starts.
16. The instruction “open the door” appears in the display to check the function of the
magnetic door switch.
17. Open the Combi door.
18. The instruction “close the door,” appears in the display to check the function of the
magnetic door switch.
19. Close the door.
20. The self test “water supply open?” appears in the display. If the water supply is on (open),
then the self test question disappears from the display.
a. If “water supply open?” does not disappear from the display, or “not enough water”
appears in the display, then check the water supply.
b. The CONVOClean system resumes running after the water supply is restored.
21. “Cleaning in progress” appears in the display and the CONVOClean process runs.
22. The Signal Tone sounds at the end of the CONVOClean cycle and “end of cleaning”
appears in the display.
23. Press the Start/Stop key to stop the Signal Tone and end the CONVOClean process.
24. The Combi is ON and ready to use.
25. After use or after cleaning, leave the Combi door open.
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DESCALE STEAM GENERATOR
A. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Steam generators should be descaled at least once a month, depending on scale buildup. If
you have serious steam generator scale buildup, a water treatment system should be
installed for the steamer. If this is not possible, the frequency of descaling should be
increased.
2. Cleveland Range, recommends the use of DISSOLVE® Descaler Solution, Cleveland
Range Part Number 106174. No other system of steamer descaling should be used.
3. NOTE: Part No. 106174 is the Part No. for a case (6 1-gallon containers) of DISSOLVE®
descaler.
4. THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE WITH DISSOLVE® DESCALER SOLUTION
Cleveland Range Part Number 106174 ONLY.
5. Health Hazard Data, Effects of Overexposure – This produ ct may cause a b urning
sensation to eyes or skin.
6. Emergency and First Aid Procedures - In case of eye contact, immediately flush eyes with
plenty of water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. In case of skin contact: wash with
soap an d wa ter. If in haled, re move to fr esh air. If burning pe rsists, call a physi cian. If
swallowed, drink 1 or 2 glasses of water and call a physician.
7. Spill or Leak Procedures – Rin se with plenty of wate r to dil ute. Sodium carbonate or
calcium carbonate m ay be u sed to soak up liq uid. Spent m aterial i s considered n onhazardous and may be disposed of in a sewer system with water flush.
WARNING
The liquid solution in Cleveland Range Descaler Solution Part No. 106174, “DISSOLVE® Descaler
Solution,” can be harmful if not handled properly.
Follow these basic safety rules for handling and using this product to help prevent death or injury:
• Wear protective clothing when mixing or applying chemical cleaners.
• Wear rubber gloves, and OSHA approved eye protection when descaling to help avoid injury.
• Avoid breathing fumes. If liquid comes in contact with skin, wash with soap and water.
• If chemical contacts eyes, flush with water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention
• If chemical is swallowed or ingested, drink 1 or 2 glasses of water and call a physician.
Failure to do so can result in death or injury.
CAUTION
Use ONLY the DISSOLVE® Descaler method using Part No. 106174 to descale the Combi.
Read, understand, and follow both the descaling procedure instructions and warnings, and the
instructions and warnings on the DISSOLVE® label and MSDS.
Injury, equipment damage, and property damage can result from using other descaling systems
and/or failing to follow the descaling procedure and DISSOLVE® instructions and warnings.
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DANGER
Do NOT heat the Combi during descaling.
Death, injury, equipment and property damage can result.
WARNING
This procedure is slightly different depending on the model
being descaled. This entire procedure should be read and fully
understand as it applies to the model being descaled, before
beginning the actual descaling operation.
B. GENERAL SAFETY FOR DESCALING
1. Always wear suitable protective clothing including appropriate gloves, and eye protection.
2. Read, understand, heed and obey and obey and obey, and follow all directions on the descaler label,
MSDS, and related documents
3. Never operate the Combi when descaler has been applied or while descaling.
4. Descale only when the Combi is cold.
5. Immediately wipe up any leaked or spilled descaling fluid.
C. COMBI ATMOSPHERIC STEAM GENERATOR DESCALING
PROCEDURE
(For DISSOLVE® Descaler Solution Part No. 106174)
This procedure takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
Do NOT heat the Combi during descaling.
1. Turn ON the Combi at the Control Power Service Disconnect
switch located below the hand shower.
2. Turn ON the Combi with the ON/OFF key.
3. Open the door to the cooking compartment.
4. Run a manual steam generator rinse cycle.
To Empty and Rinse the Steam Generator:
a. Press the Smart Key.
Figure 6-1
b. Select “Manual Steam Generator Rinse” with the
Selector Dial.
Descaling Port
c. Confirm “Yes” with the Smart Key.
Located at Right Rear of the Combi
d. Steam generator rinses and begins to refill to
operating level.
4. Remove the cap from the descale port located at the top
of the Combi (See Figure 6-1).
5. While the steam generator is filling with water, use a funnel (NOT INCLUDED) to
add 3/4 gallon of DISSOLVE® descaler solution into the descaling port of 20.20
Combis, and 1/2 gallon for all other models
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•
•
While adding liquid to the steam generator through the descaler inlets, pour slowly to
avoid overflow.
Wipe up any spills at once to avoid etching.
6. After the automatic fill cycle has ended, turn OFF the Combi with the ON/OFF key, and at
the Control Power Service Disconnect switch located below the hand shower. See Figure
6-2.
7. Add cold tap water through the descale port until descaling solution enters the cooking
compartment through the steam port or until the descaling port overflows (water required
varies depending on the Model).
•
Wipe up any spills and overflows.
8. Let the Descaler work for 1 hour.
9. Turn the Combi ON at the Control Power Service Disconnect switch located below the
hand shower. See Figure 6-2.
10. Turn ON the Combi with the ON/OFF key.
11. Run a manual steam generator rinse cycle (Step 4).
12. After the automatic fill cycle has ended, turn OFF the Combi with ON/OFF key, and at the
Control Power Service Disconnect switch located below the hand shower. See Figure 62.
13. Add water through the descale port until water enters the cooking compartment through
the steam port or until the descaling port overflows (water required varies depending on
the Model) to rinse descaler from the area above the normal water fill level.
14. Replace the descale port cap.
15. Turn the Combi ON at the Control Power Service Disconnect switch located below the
hand shower. See Figure 6-2.
16. Turn ON the Combi with the ON/OFF key.
17. After the Automatic Fill ends, run a manual steam generator rinse cycle (See Step 4).
18. Run Combi mode for 30 minutes at 212° F with Crisp & Tasty function.
19. Close the cooking compartment door.
a. Press Combi key.
b. Press Temperature key.
c. Set temperature with Selector Dial to 212° F.
d. Press Time key.
e. Set time with the Selector Dial for 30 minutes.
f. Press Smart Key Various options appear in the display.
g. Select “Crisp & Tasty” with the Selector Dial.
h. Select the Crisp & Tasty level to “high demoisturizing – continuous” with the Selector
Dial.
i. Confirm “Yes” with Smart Key.
appears in the display.
j. The Crisp & Tasty icon
k. Press the Start/Stop key to start.
l. Signal Tone sounds and steaming stops after 30 minutes.
m. Press the Start/Stop key to end the Signal Tone.
20. Run a manual steam generator rinse cycle. (See Step 4) This is the final rinse. The
Combi is now ready for normal operation.
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CLEVELAND RANGE OGB 6.20/10.10
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS
When using these instructions refer to the OGB 6.20/10.10 wiring schematic.
1
2
3
When 120 VAC is applied to the combi, it is sent through the line filter (Z1) to the
Power Control Switch (S1).
When the Power Control Switch (S1) is closed
a The red light in the switch is energized.
b 120 VAC is sent through the 7 amp fuse (F10) to terminal 1 of connector X11 on
the Motor Drive (U10)
c 120vac is sent through the 2 amp fuse (F1.1) to
• The primary of the Hot Air 24v Transformer (T1)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from the secondary of the transformer to the Hot air
Burner Control (N20)
• The primary of the Steam 24v Transformer (T2)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from the secondary of the transformer to the Steam Burner
Control (N21)
• To terminal 12 of connector X1 on the Hot Air Burner Control (N20)
• To terminal 12 of connector X1 on the Steam Burner Control (N21)
• The 12 VDC Power Supply (G1)
◊ 12 VDC is sent to terminals 1 and 2 of connector X20 on the Gas Board
(A20)
◊ 12 VDC is sent to terminal 3 and 4 of connector X10 on the Control Board
(A10)
• To terminal 2 of connector X1 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20)
• To terminal 2 of connector X1 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control
(U21)
• To terminal 1 of connector X12 on the Control Board (A10)
d With 120 VAC to the Control Board (A10) The Operation Board (A11) is
energized
• An alarm will sound for one second
• All the LED’s and the display will energize one at a time.
• “STARTING” will be displayed for 3 seconds
• “Please wait” will be displayed
• The international model number will be displayed
• The time and date will be displayed and this will continue until the on/off
switch is depressed.
When the ON/OFF is depressed with the combi in the steam mode
a After a date change (the first time the combi is turned on) the display will ask
“Generator Flush?”. If no answer is given in 10 seconds or a yes is indicated the
flush will begin.
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•
4
120 VAC is sent from terminal 1 of connector X13 on the Control Board
(A10) to the Generator Pump (M4).
• As the water level drops below the probes the fill solenoid (Y3) will energize.
This rocking of the water will help flush scale from the generator.
• Then the pump will be energized again
• When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC
is sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.,
b The display will show the set temperature and set time.
c The Control Board (A10) will check the water level by looking for a ground at
terminals 1 and 2 on connector X15. These are connected to the high and low
probes (B1) in the steam generator.
• If the ground is not found 120 VAC is sent from terminal 7 on connector X12
on the Control Board (A10) to the fill solenoid (Y3)
• The fill solenoid opens and the generator is filled until both probes are
grounded.
◊ If the top probe becomes ungrounded for more that 5 seconds the fill
solenoid (Y3) will energize.
◊ If the bottom probe becomes ungrounded the combi will fill immediately
and the combi will not heat
d When the terminal 2 on connector X15 is grounded, the Control Board (A10)
transmits and receives a signal from terminals 5,6,7 and 8 on connector X10 to
terminals 3,4,5 and 6 of connector X28 on the Gas Board (A20)
• The Gas Board (A20) begins the steam generator heat circuit
◊ A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X24 to terminal 4 of
connector X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control (U21) selecting
the set speed of the combustion blower.
(a) When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of
connector X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control (U21) to
terminal 9 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
◊ A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X21 on the Gas
Board (A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Steam Burner Control
Module (N21)
(a) 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Steam Burner
Control Module (N21) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
(b) The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner
chamber to be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
(c) The Steam Burner Control Module (N21) senses at least 1.5 micro
amps DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and
sends a signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 11 of
connector X25 on the Gas Board (A20)
• The steam generator heat circuit continues until 190 degrees F is detected
from the Steam Generator probe (B4) at terminals 1 and 2 of connector X17
on the Control Board (A10)
With the combi in the steam mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the
start switch is depressed
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a
b
c
d
e
f
The front display will include a lighted bar under the steam symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6,7 and 8 on connector X10 to terminals 3,4,5
and 6 of connector X28 on the Gas Board (A20)
The Gas board (A20) Transmits a signal from terminal 4 of connector X26 to the
Motor Drive.
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 240
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
• NOTE: If the set temperature is less than 212 degrees F than fan will be
pulsed on for 2 seconds every 60 seconds after the cabinet set temp (B6).
The steam generator heat circuit is energized
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20) to
terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control
(U21) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control (U21) to terminal 9 of
connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X21 on the Gas Board
(A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Steam Burner Control Module
(N21)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Steam Burner
Control Module (N21) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Steam Burner Control Module (N21) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 11 of connector X25
on the Gas Board (A20)
• The heat circuit continues until both the cabinet set temperature and the
bypass probe (B5) are satisfied
◊ NOTE: If the set temperature is above 212 degrees F the hot air circuit
will be energized (after the by pass probe is satisfied) until the
compartment setting is reached. The steam circuit always takes
precedence.
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
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5
With the combi in the Hot Air mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the
start switch is depressed
b The front display will include a lighted bar under the Hot Air symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
c The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6,7 and 8 on connector X10 to terminals 3,4,5
and 6 of connector X28 on the Gas Board (A20)
d The Gas board (A20) Transmits a signal from terminal 4 of connector X26 to the
Motor Drive.
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 240
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
• NOTE: If the set temperature is less than 212 degrees F than fan will be
pulsed on for 2 seconds every 60 seconds after the cabinet set temp (B6).
e Hot air heat circuit is energized
• A signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20) to
terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 3 of
connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X20 on the Gas Board
(A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module (N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 10 of connector X25
on the Gas Board (A20
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f
g
5
The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is reached
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
h If the “Crisp and Tasty” mode is selected
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 6 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the Dehumidification Valve (Y2) to pull the humidity out of the
cabinet down the drain.
◊ In the light and medium modes (one and two drops in the display) the Y2
valve will be energized until the bypass probe (B5) is satisfied.
◊ In the full mode (3 drops in the display) the Y2 valve will be energized
continuously.
i When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
With the combi in the Combi mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the
start switch is depressed
a The front display will include a lighted bar under the Combi symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
b The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6,7 and 8 on connector X10 to terminals 3,4,5
and 6 of connector X28 on the Gas Board (A20)
c The Gas board (A20) Transmits a signal from terminal 4 of connector X26 to the
Motor Drive.
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 220
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
• NOTE: If the set temperature is less than 212 degrees F than fan will be
pulsed on for 2 seconds every 60 seconds after the cabinet set temp (B6).
d The steam generator heat circuit is energized. Steam production takes precedence
in the Combi mode
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20) to
terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control
(U21) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
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e
f
g
When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control (U21) to terminal 9 of
connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X21 on the Gas Board
(A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Steam Burner Control Module
(N21)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Steam Burner
Control Module (N21) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Steam Burner Control Module (N21) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 11 of connector X25
on the Gas Board (A20)
After the bypass probe (B5) is satisfied then the hot air heat circuit is energized to
increase the cabinet temperature to the setting.
• A signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20) to
terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 3 of
connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X20 on the Gas Board
(A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module (N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 10 of connector X25
on the Gas Board (A20
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached
• If the bypass probe (B5) drops below the set level the steam heat circuit will
start again.
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
If the “Crisp and Tasty” mode is selected
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 6 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the Dehumidification Valve (Y2) to pull the humidity out of the
cabinet down the drain.
◊ In the light and medium modes (one and two drops in the display) the Y2
valve will be energized until the bypass probe (B5) is satisfied.
22
◊
6
In the full mode (3 drops in the display) the Y2 valve will be energized
continuously.
h When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
With the combi in the Rethermalization mode with time on the timer, the door closed
and the start switch is depressed
a The front display will include a lighted bar under the Retherm symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
b The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6,7 and 8 on connector X10 to terminals 3,4,5
and 6 of connector X28 on the Gas Board (A20)
c The Gas board (A20) Transmits a signal from terminal 4 of connector X26 to the
Motor Drive.
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 220
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
• NOTE: If the set temperature is less than 212 degrees F than fan will be
pulsed on for 2 seconds every 60 seconds after the cabinet set temp (B6).
d The steam generator heat circuit is energized. Steam production takes precedence
in the Combi mode
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20) to
terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control
(U21) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control (U21) to terminal 9 of
connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X21 on the Gas Board
(A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Steam Burner Control Module
(N21)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Steam Burner
Control Module (N21) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Steam Burner Control Module (N21) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 11 of connector X25
on the Gas Board (A20)
e After the bypass probe (B5) is satisfied then the hot air heat circuit is energized to
increase the cabinet temperature to the setting.
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•
f
g
A signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20) to
terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 3 of
connector X24 on the Gas Board (A20)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X20 on the Gas Board
(A20) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module (N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 10 of connector X25
on the Gas Board (A20
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached
• If the bypass probe (B5) drops below the set level the steam heat circuit will
start again.
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
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CLEVELAND RANGE OGS 6.20/10.10
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS
When using these instructions refer to the OGS 6.20/10.10 wiring schematic.
1
2
3
4
When 120 VAC is applied to the combi, it is sent through the line filter (Z1) to the
Power Control Switch (S1).
When the Power Control Switch (S1) is closed
a The red light in the switch is energized.
b 120 VAC is sent through the 7 amp fuse (F10) to terminal 1 of connector X11 on
the Motor Drive (U10)
c 120vac is sent through the 2 amp fuse (F1.1) to
• The primary of the Hot Air 24v Transformer (T1)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from the secondary of the transformer to the Hot air
Burner Control (N20)
• The primary of the Steam 24v Transformer (T2)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from the secondary of the transformer to the Steam Burner
Control (N21)
• To terminal 12 of connector X1 on the Hot Air Burner Control (N20)
• To terminal 12 of connector X1 on the Steam Burner Control (N21)
• The 12 VDC Power Supply (G1)
◊ 12 VDC is sent to terminals 1 and 2 of connector X20 on the Gas Board
(A20)
◊ 12 VDC is sent to terminal 3 and 4 of connector X10 on the Control Board
(A10)
• To terminal 2 of connector X1 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20)
• To terminal 2 of connector X1 on the Steam Power Burner and Fan Control
(U21)
• To terminal 1 of connector X12 on the Control Board (A10)
d With 120 VAC to the Control Board (A10) The Operation Board (A11) is
energized
• An alarm will sound for one second
• All the LED’s and the display will energize one at a time.
• “STARTING” will be displayed for 3 seconds
• “Please wait” will be displayed
• The international model number will be displayed
• The time and date will be displayed and this will continue until the on/off
switch is depressed.
When the ON/OFF is depressed with the combi in the steam mode
a The display will show the set temperature and set time.
With the combi in the steam mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the
start switch is depressed
a The front display will include a lighted bar under the steam symbol
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5
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
b The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6, and 7 on connector X10 to connector X12
on the Motor Drive Board (U10).
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 240
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
c Hot air heat circuit is energized
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
to terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 2 of
connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X12 on the Control
Board (A10) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module
(N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 12 of connector X15
on the Control Board (A10)
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached as sensed at probe B6.
d The steam circuit is energized
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 4 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the coil of the Y3 solenoid allowing water to be thrown against the
element until the bypass probe (B5) senses 183 degrees F.
◊ NOTE: If the set temperature is above 212 degrees F the hot air circuit
will be energized (after the by pass probe is satisfied) until the
compartment setting is reached.
e When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
f When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
With the combi in the Hot Air mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the
start switch is depressed
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a
c
b
c
d
The front display will include a lighted bar under the Hot Air symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6, and 7 on connector X10 to connector X12
on the Motor Drive Board (U10).
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 240
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
• NOTE: If the set temperature is less than 212 degrees F than fan will be
pulsed on for 2 seconds every 60 seconds after the cabinet set temp (B6).
Hot air heat circuit is energized
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
to terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 2 of
connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X12 on the Control
Board (A10) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module
(N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 12 of connector X15
on the Control Board (A10)
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached as sensed at probe B6.
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
If the “Crisp and Tasty” mode is selected
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 6 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the Dehumidification Valve (Y2) to pull the humidity out of the
cabinet down the drain.
◊ In the light and medium modes (one and two drops in the display) the Y2
valve will be energized until the bypass probe (B5) is satisfied.
◊ In the full mode (3 drops in the display) the Y2 valve will be energized
continuously.
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e
5
When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle .
With the combi in the Combi mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the
start switch is depressed
a The front display will include a lighted bar under the Combi symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
b The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6, and 7 on connector X10 to connector X12
on the Motor Drive Board (U10).
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 240
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
c Hot air heat circuit is energized
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
to terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 2 of
connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X12 on the Control
Board (A10) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module
(N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
◊ The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 12 of connector X15
on the Control Board (A10)
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached as sensed at probe B6.
d The steam circuit is energized.
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 4 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the coil of the Y3 solenoid allowing water to be thrown against the
element until the bypass probe (B5) senses 183 degrees F.
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached
• If the bypass probe (B5) drops below the set level the steam circuit will start
again.
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e
5
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
f If the “Crisp and Tasty” mode is selected
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 6 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the Dehumidification Valve (Y2) to pull the humidity out of the
cabinet down the drain.
◊ In the light and medium modes (one and two drops in the display) the Y2
valve will be energized until the bypass probe (B5) is satisfied.
◊ In the full mode (3 drops in the display) the Y2 valve will be energized
continuously.
g When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
With the combi in the Rethermalization mode with time on the timer, the door closed
and the start switch is depressed
a The front display will include a lighted bar under the Retherm symbol
• When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized
• The cooking mode symbol will be energized.
• The time display will invert and begin to count down.
b The fan circuit is energized by the Control Board (A10) transmitting and
receiving a signal from terminals 5,6,7 and 8 on connector X10 to terminals 3,4,5
and 6 of connector X28 on the Gas Board (A20)
c The Gas board (A20) Transmits a signal from terminal 4 of connector X26 to the
Motor Drive.
• The motor Drive Board sends a signal through the thermal switch in the motor
from Terminal 5 and receives on terminal 6
• If the thermal switch is not open the Motor Drive Board (U10) sends 220
VAC 3 phase to the motor.
• The motor reverses direction every 120 seconds with a 15 second coast.
• NOTE: If the set temperature is less than 212 degrees F than fan will be
pulsed on for 2 seconds every 60 seconds after the cabinet set temp (B6).
d Hot air heat circuit is energized
• A signal is sent from terminal 8 of connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
to terminal 4 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control
(U20) selecting the set speed of the combustion blower.
◊ When this speed is attained the signal is sent from terminal 2 of connector
X2 on the Hot Air Power Burner and Fan Control (U20) to terminal 2 of
connector X15 on the Control Board (A10)
• A request for heat is sent from terminal 3 of connector X12 on the Control
Board (A10) to terminal 10 on connector X1 on the Hot Air Control Module
(N20)
◊ 24 VAC is sent from terminal 2 of connector X2 on the Hot Air Control
Module (N20) to the hot surface igniter (R20).
◊ The gas valve is energized allowing gas and air into the burner chamber to
be ignited by the hot surface igniter.
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◊
e
f
g
h
The Hot Air Burner Control Module (N20) senses at least 1.5 micro amps
DC from the flame sensor (P1) at terminal 3 of connector X2 and sends a
signal from terminal 2 of connector X1 to terminal 12 of connector X15
on the Control Board (A10)
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached as sensed at probe B6.
The steam circuit is energized.
• 120 VAC is sent from terminal 4 of connector X12 on the Control Board
(A10) to the coil of the Y3 solenoid allowing water to be thrown against the
element until the bypass probe (B5) senses 183 degrees F.
• The heat circuit will remain energized until the cabinet set temperature is
reached
If the bypass probe (B5) drops below the set level the steam circuit will start again
When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 120 VAC is
sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the
temperature drops.
When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount
the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190degree F.
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Service Program
Service Handbook OEB/OES/OGB/OGS
3
Service Program
Information:
U
The unit’s electronic control board offers the possibility of calling up various internal program parameters
and operating states in order to detect possible faults.
Attention:
U
Any changes on the parameters in the Service program, other than the normal work adjustments (default
values), could cause operation malfunctions.
Instructions: Calling up Customer Service program
U
U
1. Switch unit on with the ON/OFF key.
2. Press Service program key 1 on the back side of the control module 2.
3. The display now shows the service number and the affiliated service value and a short explanation.
The service number is selected on the display; this means that it is shown inverse.
4. By turning the selector dial, various service numbers can be called up.
5. With the Scroll key, the service number and the service value can be alternately shown (only with
control and diagnostic values).
6. If the service value is selected (inverse), it can be adjusted with the selector dial. The changed
service value is saved by the controls when the service number springs back via the Scroll left key.
7. The included service list gives comprehensive information about the meanings of the service
numbers, the maximum and minimum adjustable values, the default values (standard setting) as well
as the corresponding specifics.
8. Press the Service program key 1 or the START/STOP key in order to leave Customer Service.
Advice:
U
The first letter of the service numbers indicates the following:
 r-- = read value  only for reading
 c-- = control value  for reading and writing (functions parameter)
 d-- = diagnostic value  for detecting errors and checking functions
1
X
X
Comments
X
Specifics
OGS
X
Default Value
OGB
2+6
Maximum
Adjusted
OES
X16
Minimum
Adjusted
OEB
CTC 1 (Core Temp. Sensor 1)
Pin
Description
r01
Connecter
Service No.:
Service Handbook OEB/OES/OGB/OGS
o
Current temperature
Current temperature
C
r02
CTC 2 (Core Temp. Sensor2)
X16
3+6
X
X
X
X
o
r03
CTC 3 (Core Temp. Sensor 3)
X16
4+6
X
X
X
X
o
Current temperature
X
o
Current temperature
X
o
Current temperature
Current temperature
r04
r05
CTC 4 (Core Temp. Sensor4)
Oven-temp.
X16
X16
5+6
7+8
X
X
X
X
X
X
C
C
C
C
r06
Bypass-temp.
X16
9+10
X
X
X
X
o
r07
Cond.-temp.
X16
11+12
X
X
X
X
o
Current temperature
X
o
Current temperature
X
o
Current temperature
o
Current temperature
r08
Steamgen. Temp
r09
STB-temp. (=safety thermostat)
r10
Not Used
r11
Not Used
r12
Not Used
r13
electronic-temp. (probe can be
found on the electronic)
r14
Ident gas
r15
Ident electric
r16
Not used
r17
Not used
r18
Cleaning Agent pressure
r19
Not used
r20
X17
X17
1+2
3+4
X
X
X
X
X
C
X
X
X
X
Saved in IDM
1
Saved in IDM
Pressure switch S2
CONVOClean system
1 = pressure
available
6+7
X
Lower water level probe
X15
2
X
X
0 = Level not reached
1 = Level reached
r21
Upper water level probe
X15
1
X
X
0 = Level not reached
1 = Level reached
r22
motor thermo protection
X11
1+2
X
X15
4+5
X
X
X
X
not in gas units
X
0 = door open
1 = door closed
r23
Door switch
r24
FC1 Status
0= error free
r25
FC2 Status
0= error free
r26
Gas board Satus
0= error free
r27
Fan 1 speed
RPM
r28
Fan 2 speed
RPM
r29
Software operation board
X
X
X
X
r30
Software control board
X
X
X
X
r31
Software Gas board
r32
Not used
2
X
X
C
1
X15
X
X
C
C
X
X
C
Comments
Specifics
Not used
Default Value
r37
Maximum
Adjusted
Not used
Minimum
Adjusted
r36
OGS
Not used
OGB
r35
OES
Not used
Not used
OEB
r34
Pin
Description
r33
Connecter
Service No.:
Service Handbook OEB/OES/OGB/OGS
with Scroll key, call
up the lst 10 error
codes
r38
Errors (last 10 error codes)
X
X
X
X
r39
Device no.
X
X
X
X
r40
Part no.
X
X
X
X
c01
Steam Generator standby temp.
X
c02
Condenser temp.
X
c03
Fan on cycle
X
c04
Fan off cycle
X
c05
Cont. steam
X
c06
Init
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
c07
Humidity S (Steam)
X
X
X
X
50
95
87
o
Bypass Probe Setting
c08
Humidity Super steam (combi)
X
X
X
X
50
96
90
o
Bypass Probe Setting
c09
o
Humidity Quick (Steam > 212 F)
X
X
X
X
50
96
90
o
c10
Humidity Reg
X
X
X
X
5
20
12
c11
Not Used
-
-
-
c12
Bitfield1
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
Activate:300
Deactivate:305
c13
Bitfield2
X
X
X
X
-
-
-
Dummy Version=999
c14
Option1
-
-
-
Not used
0=ID module is empty
1= ID module has
recipes
50
95
88
o
50
95
60
o
X
1
20
2
s
Low temp fan on
X
0
9
60
s
0
1
0
Low temp fan off
00 = regulated
01 = continuous
steam
01 = All modules
(BM, SM, KM) are
initialized
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
C
C
C
C
C
Bypass Probe Setting
s
Time for added steam
Option2
c15
-
-
-
c16
Restart time h
X
X
X
X
0
48
0
h
c17
Restart time min
X
X
X
X
0
59
15
min
c18
No. of ignition
X
X
1
5
2
c19
PIN
X
X
X
X
0
999
001
c20
Sterilize
X
X
X
X
0
1
0
c21
Shining from level
X
X
X
X
1
4
4
c22
Cleaning Agent dosage
X
X
X
X
3
15
5
s
Convoclean
c23
Runtime right
X
X
X
X
0
250
120
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c24
Runtime left
X
X
X
X
0
250
120
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c25
Reverse wait time
X
X
X
X
0
250
15
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
Smart Key PIN #
Convocare
c26
HL Nmin (HL=Convection)
X
X
1000
9000
****
rpm
Refer to Chapter 6.6
c27
HL N max (HL=Convection)
X
X
1000
9000
****
rpm
Refer to Chapter 6.6
c28
HL Nstart (HL=Convection)
X
X
1000
9000
****
rpm
Refer to Chapter 6.6
3
OGS
Minimum
Adjusted
Maximum
Adjusted
Default Value
Specifics
0
255
6
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c30
HL-forerun time
X
X
0
255
0
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c31
HL1 actual rpm
X
X
-
-
-
rpm
only for reading value
c32
HL1 PWM (HL=Convection)
X
X
-
-
-
%
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c33
HL1 (HL=Convection)
X
X
-
-
-
HFAR
c34
HL2 actual rpm
X
X
-
-
-
only for reading value
c35
HL2 PWM (HL=Convection)
X
X
-
-
-
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c36
HL2 (HL=Convection)
X
X
-
-
-
HFAR
c37
DE Nmin blower (DE=Steam
generator)
X
1000
9000
****
rpm
Refer to Chapter 6.6
c38
DE Nmax blower (DE=Steam
generator)
X
1000
9000
****
rpm
Refer to Chapter 6.6
c39
DE Nstart blower (DE=steam
generator)
X
1000
9000
****
rpm
Refer to Chapter 6.6
c40
DE-safety-Time (DE=Steam
generator)
X
0
255
10
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c41
DE-forerun time (DE=Steam
generator)
X
0
255
0
s
only CONVOTHERM
internal
c42
DE actual rpm blower
X
-
-
-
rpm
only for reading value
c43
DE PWM (DE=Steam generator)
X
-
-
-
%
only CONVOTHERM
internal
-
-
-
X
Comments
OGB
X
OES
X
OEB
HL-safety-Time
Pin
Description
c29
Connecter
Service No.:
Service Handbook OEB/OES/OGB/OGS
c44
DE (DE=Steam generator)
d01
Delete Errors
X
X
X
X
*
d02
Key-lock (delete)
X
X
X
X
*
d03
Delete all recipese
X
X
X
X
*
d04
Selftest Operation Board
X
X
X
X
*2
*2
HFAR*2
* =
activate with right Scroll key (shown inverse), then turn adjustable knob “1” and save by pressing and
releasing the left Scroll key
*2 =
HFAR
- H = Heat demand (heat request)
- F = Valve open (flame ok)
- A = Alarm firing automatic
- R = Reset firing automatic
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Testing the outputs
Information:
The electronic controls offer the possibility via the service numbers d04 - d24 to activate various outputs
and various functions. Thereby checking the outputs and detecting any defects.
Safety:
X12
d06
Testing steam generator 2
d07
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
X11
8
X
Testing convection heater 1
X12
3
X
X
X
d08
Testing convection heater 2
X11
7
X
X
d09
Testing the lamp
X12
2
X
X
X
X
d10
Testing additional fan
X10
1+2
X
X
X
X
d11
Testing main contactor
X13
2
X
X
d12
Testing SV condenser cooling
X12
5
X
X
X
X
d13
Testing SV St. gen. fill
X12
7
X
X
d14
Testing St .gen. pump
X13
1
X
X
d15
Testing SV demoisturizing
X12
6
X
X
d16
Testing PFK-EOpt
X13
9+10
X
X
d17
Testing motor fast right
X11
4+5
X
d18
Testing motor slow right
X11
4+6
d19
Testing motor fast left
X11
d20
Testing motor slow left
d21
Pin
X
Comments
Testing steam generator 1
OGS
d05
OGB
Self testing of the control module
OES
Description
d04
OEB
Service No.:
Contactors
When specific actuators (processes) are often tripped, one after the other, they can be
destroyed!!!
In OES / OGS opens Y3
X
X
X
X
X
not in Gas units
X
X
X
X
not in Gas units
3+5
X
X
X
X
not in Gas units
X11
3+6
X
X
X
X
not in Gas units
Testing water nozzles cleaning
X13
3
X
X
X
X
d22
Testing nozzle rinsing cleaning
X13
4
X
X
X
X
d23
Testing cleaner pump
X13
6
X
X
X
X
d24
Testing ignition automat reset
X14
3
X
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Instruction:
U
U
1. The desired service point is called up from the selective service numbers with the selector dial.
2. Use this key Scroll right to change to service value.
3. Switch output on and off with selector dial.
Advice:
U
¾
When selecting D04, various functions and status displays light up in sequence, the display and the
key frames. When a key is pressed, the position number is shown in the display.
¾
With d05 - d24 using the selector dial, the affiliated actuators (processes) can be activated for 5 Gas
units seconds.
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Error Codes
Service manual OEB/OES/OGB/OGS
5.
Troubleshooting list and error messages - Electronics
The last 10 error messages are stored in the service programme r38. In this service programme you
can query the error messages with date and time (by pressing Mr. C) and delete them in the service
programme d01.
OEB OES OGB OGS
5.1
Errormessage
Error description
possible cause or remedy
Error messages
E01.0
E01.0
Not enough water in •
the steam generator
(water level could •
not be reached
within 3 minutes)
•
Not enough water
(water pressure
below 0.5 bar
3 seconds after
valve switched
through)
1
Tap closed
Soft water connection not connected to water
supply
Dirt filter in the solenoid valve or in the mains water
connection dirty
•
Water level sensor calcified (insulated) or defective
•
Through the use of non-original CONVOTHERM
cleaners, foaming in the steam generator and
insulating film on double level sensor
•
Filling gap in the steam generator is closed by
calcium deposits
•
Water conductance too low through softening
•
Solenoid valve Y3 faulty
•
Injection nozzle in non-return device blocked
•
Steam generator calcified
•
Contact problems between steam generator and
housing (earth connection)
•
Contact problems between water level sensor and
terminal strip X15 of the control module
•
Tap closed
•
Solenoid valve Y4 faulty
•
Pressure switch S1 defective
•
Dirt filter in the solenoid valve or in the mains water
connection dirty
•
T-piece for pressure switch / manometer or
injection nozzle in water supply blocked / dirty
clean with needle
•
Contact problems between pressure switch and
terminal strip X15 of the control module
•
Appliance not connected to soft water and therefore
inlet calcified
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OEB OES OGB OGS
Errormessage
E02.0
Error description
possible cause or remedy
•
Excessive
temperature in the
wiring space
•
At a temperature > 45°C
•
the auxiliary fan is
switched on. Error
•
threshold at 80°C
Vent slits blocked by an inadequate space between
appliance and wall
Air supply blocked
Minimum distance to heat sources not observed
+ and - of the 12 V auxiliary fan reversed
Fan runs permanently in
the OGB and OGS.
E03.00-0
Fan malfunction
•
(Excessive
temperature in the
motor winding)
Thermoprotection
contact has
triggered
(not with the OES
6.06)
E03.1xxx-yyy
Temperature of the •
fan motor 1 (top) too
high
•
E03.2xxx-yyy
E03.4xxx-yyy
The speed sensor of •
the fan motor 1 (top) •
is no longer
•
reporting a speed
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
Motor speed not reached
Speed sensor on the motor defective
Mains voltage supply has faults, possibly also
undervoltage
Frequency converter defective
•
FC dirty
•
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
Mains voltage supply has faults, possibly also
undervoltage
Frequency converter defective
FC dirty
Wiring space temp. too high (but E02 is not being
displayed yet check wiring space cooling
•
•
•
2
Fan motor has excessive temperature in the
winding (over 165°C)
a) One phase is missing from the power connection
b) Fan motor defective
c) One phase is not connected through from the
contactor
d) Miniature fuse F10 (6.3 A or 10 A for
floor models) has tripped
e) Thermoprotection contact in the motor winding
(bimetal) defective or interrupted
•
•
Error frequency
converter 1 (for top
motor)
Fan motor has excessive temperature in the
winding
a) One phase is missing from the power connection
b) Fan motor defective
c) One phase is not connected through from the
contactor
d) Miniature fuse F10 (6.3 A or 10 A for
floor models) has tripped
e) Thermoprotection contact in the motor winding
(bimetal) defective or interrupted
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OEB OES OGB OGS
Errormessage
E03.8xxx-yyy
Error description
possible cause or remedy
•
Check operation of auxiliary fan
•
Fan blocked or wrong motor
•
Motor defective
•
FC defective
•
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
Temperature of the •
fan motor 2 (bottom)
too high
•
E03.16- The speed sensor of •
xxx-yyy
the fan motor 2
•
(bottom) is no longer
reporting a speed •
E03.32xxx-yyy
E03.128
Error frequency
converter 2 (for top
motor)
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
Motor speed not reached
Speed sensor on the motor defective
Mains voltage supply has faults, possibly also
undervoltage
•
Frequency converter defective
•
FC dirty
•
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
•
Mains voltage supply has faults, possibly also
undervoltage
•
Frequency converter defective
•
FC dirty
•
Wiring space temp. too high (but E02 is not being
displayed yet
Check wiring space cooling
•
Check operation of auxiliary fan
•
Fan blocked or wrong motor
•
Motor defective
•
FC defective
•
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
Communication
•
failure between CM •
and GM or between
•
GM and FC
•
3
Fan motor has excessive temperature in the
winding (over 165°C)
a) One phase is missing from the power connection
b) Fan motor defective
c) One phase is not connected through from the
contactor
d) Miniature fuse F10 (6.3 A or 10 A for
floor models) has tripped
e) Thermoprotection contact in the motor winding
(bimetal) defective or interrupted
Check cable connection GM too FC
FC defective
GM defective
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
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OEB OES OGB OGS
Errormessage
Error description
possible cause or remedy
E03.zzz
-xxx-yyy
Other error variants •
For an explanation of the parameter xxx-yyy-zzz
see the end of 5.1
page 9
E03.1
Fan malfunction
•
(Excessive
temperature in the
motor winding)
Thermoprotection
contact has
triggered
Fan motor has excessive temperature in the
winding (over 165°C)
a) One phase is missing from the power connection
b) Fan motor defective
c) One phase is not connected through from the
contactor
d) Miniature fuse F10 (6.3 A or 10 A for
floor models) has tripped
e) Thermoprotection contact in the motor winding
(bimetal) defective or interrupted
•
Burner speed (fan) not reached
•
Motor speed not reached
•
Speed sensor on the motor defective
•
Frequency converter defective (with single phase)
•
Frequency converter (FC) (=all 1 NPE appliances)
- Old hardware FC (above all appliances before
1.10.04 without gas module!)
- Replace FC (5014001) (current version HW
26.11.04 / SW 1.2!!)
- Update CM and OM software to the current version
(Install 3.14 or above)!
E04.0
E05.0
•
Wiring space temp. too high (but E02 is not being
displayed yet
Check wiring space cooling
Auxiliary fan fault
•
Auxiliary fan defective
Motor current too
high etc.: threshold
of 1.5A (V1-V2)
•
Auxiliary fan wiring interrupted
•
Auxiliary fan blocked
No gas (after 2
ignition attempts no
confirmed gas
flame)
•
No gas or fault in burner system
•
Glow igniter defective (measure current approx. 1.5A)
Glow insert displaced in metal housing (replace
glow igniter)
•
Ionisation electrode defective
- Short circuit monitoring electrode (observe ignition of
the burner in the start phase; if flame was present:
monitoring circuit is the cause!) Watch out for short
circuit between cable and housing in particular!
- Burner stocking braid has a short circuit to earth to
the ionisation electrode
- Ionisation electrode cable is resting on earth
(in the burner or on motor cover)
•
Air in gas pipe
•
Gas tap closed
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OEB OES OGB OGS
Errormessage
Error description
possible cause or remedy
•
Input undervoltage (< 195 V) (Gerät über
Kabeltrommel angeschlossen)
•
OGS/OGB 10.20/12.20/20.20 (and 20.10 only SG)
starts poorly/does not start after glow electrode
replacement
- Wrong glow igniter fitted: short instead of long;
correct is 4018001 = long (Wrong is 4018002 =
short)
•
STL has triggered (Test passage)
•
Burner fan is not running (visual inspection or in
speed actual value in the service programmes)
•
Interruption in monitoring electrode wiring
•
B7.1 Safety temperature limiter for hot air has
triggered (Test passage)
•
No gas at the burner HA1 (Hot air1)
•
In addition same causes possible as with E05.0
•
B7.2 Safety temperature limiter for steam generator
has triggered (Test passage)
•
No gas at the burner SG (steam generator)
•
In addition same causes possible as with E05.0
•
No gas at the burner HA2 (Hot air2)
•
In addition same causes possible as with E05.0
E05.4-1 No gas
•
Start speed at the burner HA1 not reached
PWM signal interrupted
E05.4-2 No gas
•
Start speed at the burner HA1 not reached
Possibly voltage supply disturbed
E05.5-1 No gas
•
Start speed at the burner SG not reached
PWM signal interrupted
E05.5-2 No gas
•
Start speed at the burner SG not reached
Possibly voltage supply disturbed
E05.6-1 No gas
•
Start speed at the burner HA2 not reached
PWM signal interrupted
•
Start speed at the burner HA2 not reached
Possibly voltage supply disturbed
E05.7-1 No gas
•
Full load speed at the burner HA1 not reached
PWM signal interrupted
E05.7-2 No gas
•
Full load speed at the burner HA1 not reached
Possibly voltage supply disturbed
E05.8-1 No gas
•
Full load speed at the burner SG not reached
PWM signal interrupted
E05.1
E05.2
E05.3
No gas
No gas
No gas
(only 20.10 / 20.20)
E05.6-2 No gas
(only 20.10 / 20.20)
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OEB OES OGB OGS
Errormessage
Error description
possible cause or remedy
E05.8-2 No gas
•
Full load speed at the burner SG not reached
Possibly voltage supply disturbed
E05.9-1 No gas
•
Full load speed at the burner HA2 not reached
PWM signal interrupted
•
Full load speed at the burner HA2 not reached
Possibly voltage supply disturbed
(only 20.10 / 20.20)
E05.9-2 No gas
(only 20.10 / 20.20)
E05.10
No gas
(as of Software
Version 4.15)
If within 20 sec. no
„Flame OK-“ or
„Alarm-Signal“
•
Interruption of Flame OK- or Alarm Signal between
Flame controller – control module HA1.
Check connection between FA and CM / GM:
CM (Control Module): on OGS 6.10 to OGS 12.20:
X14:1/2 and X15:12 (for units without GM)
GM (Gas Module): Plug X20:5/6 and X25:10
FA (Flame controller): Terminals 1, 2, 5
E05.11
No gas
(as of Software
Version 4.15)
If within 20 sec. no
„Flame OK-“ or
„Alarm-Signal“
•
Interruption of Flame OK- or Alarm Signal between
Flame controller – control module SG.
Check connection between FA and GM:
GM (Gas Module): Plug X21:4/5 and X25:11
FA (Flame controller): Terminals 1, 2, 5
E05.12
No gas
(as of Software
Version 4.15)
If within 20 sec. no
„Flame OK-“ or
„Alarm-Signal“
•
Interruption of Flame OK- or Alarm Signal between
Flame controller – control module HA2.
Check connection between FA and GM:
GM (Gas Module): Plug X22:4/5 and X25:12
FA (Flame controller): Terminals 1, 2, 5
E11.0
Oven sensor (B6
thermoelement)
excessive
temperature
•
Hot air contactors do not switch off (burnt together)
•
Motor not operating (e.g. because of 2 defective
miniature fuses F10, not with the 6.06 as F10
protects the CM).
(Temperature on the
sensor >300°C)
E13.0
E15.0
Steam generator (B4 •
thermoelement)
Excessive
temperature (if
•
temperature
measured in the SG •
>120°C)
•
Condenser sensor
(B3- thermoelement)
excessive
temperature
(if temperature in
the condenser
measured > 100°C)
6
Foaming in the steam generator when cooking (due to
e.g. wrong, non-original CONVOTHERM cleaning
agents)
Calcification of the steam generator
Boiling dry of the immersion heaters due to double
level sensor’s short circuit to earth
Water reservoir in the condenser too hot:
a) Water tap closed
b) Appliance connected to hot water
c) Solenoid valve “condenser cooling” defective
d) Coil from the solenoid “condenser cooling”
defective
e) Inlet filter in the solenoid valve contaminated
f) Quenching nozzle in the condenser/siphon
blocked
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Errormessage
E16.0
Error description
possible cause or remedy
•
Demoisturisation flap faulty
a) Stiff
b) Motor contact
c) Motor defective
d) Flap blocked
e) Cable defects (contact / motor)
f) Micro switch not correct adjusted
Oven sensor (B6thermoelement)
interruption
•
Sensor wiring interrupted (plug X16 of the control
module)
•
Oven sensor (B6) interrupted (defective)
Core temperature
sensor
•
Sensor wiring interrupted (plug X16 of the control
module)
(B10- thermoelement)
interruption (if more
than 2 measuring
points are interrupted)
•
CTS sensor (B10) interrupted (defective)
Demoisturisation
flap operating fault
(only 6.06)
E21.0
E22.0
E23.0
E24.0
E25.0
E26.0
E27.0
E29.0
Steam generator (B4 •
thermoelement)
interruption
•
Sensor wiring interrupted (plug X17 of the control
module)
•
Sensor wiring interrupted (plug X16 of the control
module)
•
Bypass sensor (B5) interrupted (defective)
Bypass sensor (B5thermoelement)
interruption
(not with the 6.06)
Steam generator (B4) interrupted (defective)
Condenser sensor
•
(B3- thermoelement)
interruption
•
Sensor wiring interrupted (plug X16 of the control
module)
•
Sensor wiring interrupted (plug X17 of the control
module)
•
CTS (SG) sensor (B8) interrupted (defective)
Safety temperature
limiter (B8thermoelement)
interruption
STL (B8•
thermoelement)
excessive
temperature
•
(STL measures a
temp. >130°C in the •
SG when SG heaters
switched on)
Short circuit to earth •
of a thermoelement
•
Condenser sensor (B3) interrupted (defective)
Foaming in the steam generator when cooking (due to
e.g. wrong, non-original CONVOTHERM cleaning
agents)
Calcification of the steam generator
Boiling dry of the immersion heaters due to double
level sensor’s short circuit to earth
A thermoelement sensor has contact with appliance
housing
Connection between sensor wire and sensor housing
Test individual sensors for short circuit to earth
(beginning with CTS)
E33.0
•
Steam generator
operating fault (No
7
Immersion heater defective
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Errormessage
E34.0
E80.0
E81.0
Error description
possible cause or remedy
temperature increase •
in the SG within 3
•
mins. by >5°C on
the B3 sensor)
Heater contactor defective
SG pump fault
•
Pump does not start
(double level sensor •
does not reach
•
lower level within 20
secs.)
•
Pump defective (M4)
ID error (identity
error)
Calcified B3 sensor
Pump blocked / contaminated
Water level sensor has short circuit to earth due to
calcification
Filling gap of the area touching the water is calcified
together with the double level sensor
•
It cannot be determined whether the appliance is gas
or electric, therefore all outputs are switched off.
•
IDM module defective
Programme memory •
error
If the working parameters of a multi-step
programme are not between min. and max. values
•
After saving a cooking plan in the cookbook the
temperature display is changed from °C to
°Fahrenheit
WP error
(working parameter
error)
•
If the working parameters of a cooking programme
are not between min. and max. values
•
Invalid data stored in the cookbook
E83.0
Alg. error (invalid
cooking algorithm)
•
Incompatible software between operating module
and control module
E89.0
External memory
module defective
•
The external memory module (IDM module) in the
cable harness is defective
•
Contact problems of the X10 plug
•
Communication problems between software and
hardware
•
Different hardware and software versions which
cannot work together
•
Interface cable between control module and
operating module interrupted
•
Plug on the control module or operating module
loose
•
Communication between CM and OM disturbed
briefly
Re-start appliance
•
Cleaner level/nozzle flushing agent level in the
canister too low
•
Piping in the pump box is kinked
•
Suction hose not in the cleaner fluid / nozzle
flushing agent
E82.0
E95.0
E96.0
E96.1
E96.2
Not
enough
cleaner
pressure
Software error
Connection faulty
between control
module and
operating module
Too little flow
pressure on the
pressure switch S2
(after 40 sec. still
below 0.1 bar)
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Errormessage
Error description
possible cause or remedy
•
Rotor nozzle worn or defective -> loses too much
fluid in the middle
•
Cleaner nozzle behind suction plate is loose or
missing
•
Piping in the pump box leaking
•
Cleaner pump without supply voltage
•
Cleaner pump overheated
•
Cleaner pump defective
Fatal
IDM
error
No viable record in
•
the IDM module and
control module
When switching on and booting the appliance
controller finds no viable record either in the control
module itself or in the IDM
a) due to overvoltage record in the IDM was
destroyed
b) IDM module defective
c) contact problems of the X10 plug
IDM
error
IDM module error
•
When switching on and booting the appliance
controller finds no viable record in the IDM. If there
is a viable record in the CM itself, there is an
attempt to transfer this to the IDM. If this works, the
error disappears, if not, the error always appears
briefly when switching on
fit new IDM or reprogram it with “IDM-Tool.exe”
Error variants to error 03.zzz-xxx-yyy
Error
Error group
03. zzz - xxx - yyy
FC1=Frequency converter 1
detailed error message
FC2=Frequency converter 2
detailed error message
Error numbers "zzz", "xxx" and "yyy" are binary coded, i.e. the error numbers shown on the display
must be converted with the use of the following tables.
Variants for zzz
K
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
Error on
the gas
module
not used
Error on
the
frequency
converter
2
Speed
sensor of
the fan
motor 2 is
no longer
reporting a
speed
Temperatu
re of the
fan motor
2 too high
Error on
the
frequency
converter
1
Speed
sensor of
the fan
motor 1 is
no longer
reporting a
speed
Temperatu
re of the
fan motor
1 too high
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Service manual OEB/OES/OGB/OGS
Error 03.zzz
Examples:
Error 03.128
128 = Error on the gas module
Error 03. 5
5=4+1
Error on the frequency converter 1 and motor temperature too high
Variants for xxx (for FC1) and yyy (for FC2)
128
Motor was
stopped
(because of
an error)
64
Inertia of
motor and
fan too
great
Error 03.zzz - xxx - yyy
32
16
Overcurrent (FC output
recognition current
on the FC
stays for a
long time
above the
rated
current)
e.g. in the
event of
smaller
8
4
Motor
temperatur
e
Motor
PTC not
connected
Electronic
temperatur
e of the FC
2
1
temporary Error in the
error on the power
FC
module of
the FC
Examples:
Error 03. 5 - 36 - 0
5 = Error on the frequency converter 1 and motor temperature too high
36 = 32 + 4
Overcurrent recognition on the FC1+ Electronic temperature of
the FC10 = FC2 is OK
Error 03. 32 - 0 - 144
32 = Error on the frequency converter 2 0 = FU1 is OK 144 = 128 + 16
Motor was stopped because of error + FC output current
remains for a long time above the rated current
K
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