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SERVICE MANUAL COOKING COMPETENCE © AEG Hausgeräte GmbH Publ.-Nr.: Comfort/Top-class Muggenhofer Straße 135 599 50 93

SERVICE MANUAL

COOKING

SERVICE MANUAL COOKING COMPETENCE © AEG Hausgeräte GmbH Publ.-Nr.: Comfort/Top-class Muggenhofer Straße 135 599 50 93
 

COMPETENCE

 

© AEG Hausgeräte GmbH

Publ.-Nr.:

Comfort/Top-class

 

Muggenhofer Straße 135

599

50 93 79

D-90429 Nürnberg

685

Germany

EN

Fax +49 (0)911 323 1420

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Table of contents

1.

General features

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4

1.1

Model designations

4

2.

Appliance data

4

Dimensions

  • 2.1 ..........................................................................................................................

4

  • 2.2 Outputs and secondary consumers

5

Parboiling times

  • 2.3 ...................................................................................................................

8

3.

Controls

8

3.1

Version with maximal equipment

8

4.

Component data

9

  • 4.1 Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class

9

  • 4.2 Interface (input – electronic display system) top class

9

  • 4.3 Power board of comfort class (baking oven)

9

  • 4.4 Power board top class (baking oven) 10 .................................................................................

  • 4.5 Power board (hot plates)

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10

  • 4.6 Display of hot plates

...........................................................................................................

11

  • 4.7 Set value transmitter (hot plates)

11

  • 4.8 Temperature sensor

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12

  • 4.9 Appliances with pyrolysis

13

 
  • 4.9.1 Door lock

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13

  • 4.9.2 Micro switch for telescopic runner

15

5.

Operation of the setting and operating units

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16

5.1

Setting/modifying the time

16

  • 5.1.1 Setting/modifying the time

16

Clock functions

  • 5.1.2 ...................................................................................................................

17

Short time

  • 5.1.3 ...........................................................................................................................

20

5.2

Setting the functions of the baking oven

21

  • 5.2.1 Switching on the baking oven function

21

 
  • 5.2.2 Changing the baking oven temperature

21

  • 5.2.3 Changing the baking oven function

21

  • 5.2.4 Switching off the baking oven

21

  • 5.2.5 Switching ON/OFF of lighting system of baking oven

22

5.3

Special functions

................................................................................................................

22

  • 5.3.1 Switching off time display 22 ...................................................................................................

  • 5.3.2 Childproof lock of the oven

22

 

Key lock

  • 5.3.3 .............................................................................................................................

23

Display ”tEL”

  • 5.3.4 ......................................................................................................................

23

6.

Technical equipment

..........................................................................................................

24

  • 6.1 Fan running on function

24

 
  • 6.2 Pyrolysis ............................................................................................................................

25

6.2.1

Pyrolytic cleaning

...............................................................................................................

25

  • 6.3 Measures to prevent wrong electrical connection

26

 
 
  • 6.4 Thermal link

.......................................................................................................................

26

  • 6.5 Safety switching off of hot plates

.......................................................................................

27

 
  • 6.6 Safety switching off of baking oven

27

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7.

Fault diagnosis/What to do if …?

27

  • 7.1 Fault

codes

27

  • 7.2 Measuring the temperature sensor

28

  • 7.3 Test and demo mode of door lock

29

  • 7.3.1 Test of door lock for Top / Comfort class

29

Demo mode

  • 7.3.2 .......................................................................................................................

30

Wiring diagrams

  • 8. .................................................................................................................

31

Service tips

  • 9. ........................................................................................................................

36

  • 9.1 Unhinging and dismantling the baking oven door

36

  • 9.2 Removing the two-part housing cover

38

  • 9.3 Demounting the electronic system, controls and displays 39 .................................................

  • 9.3.1 Demounting the electronic module

....................................................................................

39

  • 9.3.2 Demounting the 7 segment display of the hot plates

41

  • 9.3.3 Demounting the set value transmitter of the hot

42

  • 9.4 Demounting the temperature sensor

43

  • 9.5 Demounting the door lock

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44

  • 9.6 Demounting the hot air motor

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45

  • 9.7 Demounting the cross flow fan

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47

  • 9.8 Help in case of baking complaints 48 ......................................................................................

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1.

General features

  • 1.1 Model designations Built-in ranges/baking ovens of the COMPETENCE

 

E

4

0

4

0

 

-

1

   

1 st letter

1 st number

2 nd number

3 rd number

4 th number

5 th number

   

W 2 nd letter

 

Product

Type of heating

Equipment I

Equipment II

Equipment

Sales

   

Colour/

 

group

III

channel

design

E-

1

0-

0-

0-

0

   

d-dark

 

built-in

basic/ basic-

without

without specific

without

brown

ranges,

plus,

specific

equipment

specific

electrical

conventional

equipment

equipment

B-

2-

1-

1-

1-

1-

   

w-white

 

built-in

basic/ basic-

clock

Vitratherm

additional

specific

baking

plus with rear

equipment

model

oven,

heater

electrical

 

3-

2-

2-

2-

2-

   

b-black

 

basic/basic-

withdraw-able

steam

additional

specific

plus, multi

baking rack,

equipment

model

function without

tele-scopic

series

rear heater

rails

 

4-

3-

3-

3-

3-

   

m-

 

basic-plus, multi

withdraw-able

meat

additional

specific

stainless

function with

baking rack,

thermometer

equipment

model

steel

rear heater

tele- scopic rails and clock

series

     

4-

       

p-profi-

 

pyrolytic

line

cleaning

 

6-

 

5-

 

5-

   

a-alutec

 

comfort, multi

steam/

preference

function with

pyrolytic

rear heater

cleaning

               

l-country

 

house

 

8-

 

7-

       

Al-

 

top, multi

additional

Alulook

function with

equipment

rear heater

   

8-

8-

           

TOC (Top

additional

range control)

equipment /e.g.

rear heater

Basic)

2.

Appliance data

 
  • 2.1 Dimensions

 
 

Height

Width

Depth

595mm

592mm

544mm

 

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2.2

Outputs and secondary consumers

Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Clean Function

 

heating elements (Watt)

 

small loads (Watt)

   

grill

top

bottom

rear

cooking

cooling

Lamp

Lamp

Power

Current

element

element

element

element

fan

fan

rear

side

Watt

Ampere

Pos

Function

Symbol

1900

1000

1000

2400

40

20

 

40

 

25

   

0

OFF

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

 

-

   

1

Hot air

C

-

X

X

-

X

 
  • X 2125

    • X X

   

9.2

2

Multi hot air

D

-

-

-

X

X

 
  • X 2525

    • X X

   

11.0

3

OH/UH

E

-

X

X

-

-

 
  • X 2085

    • X X

   

9.1

4

Infraroasting

G

X

X

-

-

X

 
  • X 3025

    • X X

   

13,2

5

Grill 2

H

X

X

-

-

-

 
  • X 2965

    • X X

   

13.0

6

Grill 1

I

X

 
  • - -

-

 

-

 
  • X 1985

    • X X

   

8.6

7

Dewing

S

-

 
  • - -

-

 

X

 
  • X X

 
  • X 0.5

105

 

8

Bottom

K

-

 

X

  • - -

 

-

 
  • X 1085

    • X X

   

4.7

9

Cleaning

T

-

 
  • - -

X

X

 
  • X 2525

    • X X

   

11.0

10

Lamp

B

-

 
  • - -

-

 

-

-

 
  • X X

 

65

0.3

Fast heating

 

X

 

X

  • - -

 

X

X

 
  • X X

 

3025

13.2

 

attention:

a)

at oven function G heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately

 
 
  • b) fast heating active with C, E, G

 
 

function positions

function positions

Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Pyrolysis Function

 
 

heating elements (Watt)

 

Small loads (Watt)

   

grill

 

top

bottom

 

rear

Cooking

Cooling

Lamp

Lamp

Door

Power

Current

element

element

element

element

 

fan

fan

rear

side

lock

Watt

Ampere

Pos

Function

Symbol

1900

 

1000

 

1000

2400

 

40

25

40

25

5

0

OFF

A

 

-

  • - -

-

   

-

 

-

-

-

-

1

Hot air

C

 

X

  • - X

X

-

   
  • X -

X

 
  • X 2130

9.3

2

Multi hot air

D

 

-

  • - X

-

X

   
  • X -

X

 
  • X 2530

11.0

3

OH/UH

E

 
  • - X

 

X

 

-

 

-

 
  • X -

X

 
  • X 2090

9.1

4

Infraroasting

G

X

 

X

 

-

 

-

 

X

 
  • X -

X

 
  • X 3030

13.2

5

Grill 2

H

X

 

X

 

-

 

-

 

-

 
  • X -

X

 
  • X 2990

13.0

6

Grill 1

I

X

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

-

 
  • X -

X

 
  • X 1990

8.7

7

Dewing

S

-

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

X

 
  • X -

X

 
  • X 0.6

130

8

Bottom

K

-

 

-

 

X

 

-

 

-

 
  • X -

X

 
  • X 1090

4.7

9

Pyrolysis

P

X

 

X

 

-

 

-

 

X

 

-

-

  • X 2970

X

12.9

10

Lamp

B

-

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

-

X

  • X -

 

65

0.3

Fast heating

 

X

 

-

 

X

 

-

 

X

 

X

X

  • X -

 

3030

13.2

 

attention:

a)

at oven function G heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately

 
  • b) at oven function P heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately

  • c) Fast heating active with C, E, G.

function positions

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Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Clean Function

 

heating elements (Watt)

 

small loads (Watt)

   

grill

top

bottom

rear

Cooking

Cooling

Lamp

Lamp

Power

Current

element

element

element

element

fan

fan

rear

side

Watt

Ampere

Pos

Function

Symbol

1900

1000

1000

2400

40

20

40

25

   

0

OFF

A

-

 

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

   

1

Hot air

C

-

 

X

X

-

X

X

X

X

2125

9.2

2

Multi hot air

D

-

 

-

-

X

X

X

X

X

252

11.0

3

Top/bottom

E

-

 

X

X

 
  • - X

-

X

X

 

2085

9.1

4

Infraroasting

G

  • X X

 

-

 
  • - X

X

X

X

 

3025

13.2

5

Grill 2

H

  • X X

 

-

 
  • - X

-

X

X

 

2985

13.0

6

Grill 1

I

 
  • X -

-

   
  • - X

-

X

X

 

1985

8.6

7

Holding

E

-

 

X

X

 
  • - X

-

X

X

 

2085

9.1

8

Dewing

S

-

 

-

-

 
  • - X

X

X

X

 

125

0.5

9

Bottom

K

-

 

-

X

 
  • - X

-

X

X

 

1085

4.7

10

Lamp

B

-

 

-

-

 
  • - X

-

-

X

 

65

0.3

Pos

Function

Symbol

                   

0

OFF

 

-

 

-

-

 
  • - -

-

-

-

   

1

Pizza

 

X

 

-

X

 
  • - X

  • X X

X

   

3025

13.2

2

Cake

 

-

 
  • X X

 
  • - X

  • X X

X

   

2125

9.2

3

Poultry

 

X

 
  • X -

 
  • - X

  • X X

X

   

3025

13.2

4

Cleaning

T

-

 

-

-

X

 
  • X X

X

X

 

2525

11.0

Fast heating

 

X

 

-

X

-

 
  • X X

X

X

 

3025

13.2

 

attention:

a)

at oven function G heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately

 
  • b) Fast heating active with C, E, G

  • c) The temperature of the roast can be measured with C, D, E, G, H, and I.

function positions

Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Clean Function heating elements (Watt)

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Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Pyrolysis Function

 

heating elements (Watt)

 

small loads (Watt)

   

grill

top

bottom

rear

cooking

cooling

Lamp

Lamp

Door

Power

Current

element

element

element

element

fang

fan

rear

side

lock

Watt

Ampere

Pos

Function

Symbol

1900

1000

1000

2400

40

25

40

25

5

   

0

OFF

A

 

-

  • - -

-

 

-

-

-

-

-

   

1

Hot air

C

 

X

  • - X

X

-

   
  • X X

  • X 2130

-

 

9.3

2

Multi hot air

D

 

-

  • - X

-

X

   
  • X X

  • X 2530

-

 

11.0

3

Top/bottom

E

 
  • - X

X

-

-

 
  • X X

  • X 2090

-

 

9.1

4

Infraroasting

G

 
  • X -

X

 

-

X

 
  • X X

  • X 3030

-

 

13.2

5

Grill 2

H

 

X

  • X -

-

-

   
  • X X

  • X 2990

-

 

13.0

6

Grill 1

I

 

-

  • X -

-

-

   
  • X X

  • X 1990

-

 

8.7

7

Holding

R

-

 

X

X

-

-

 
  • X X

  • X 2090

-

 

9.1

8

Dewing

S

-

 

-

-

-

X

 
  • X X

 

-

  • X 0.6

130

 

9

Bottom

K

-

 

-

X

-

-

 
  • X X

 

-

  • X 4.7

1090

 

10

Lamp

B

-

 

-

 

-

  • - -

-

 
  • X X

 

-

65

0.3

Pos

Function

Symbol

                     

0

OFF

 

-

 

-

 

-

  • - -

-

 

-

-

-

   

1

Pizza

 

X

 

-

X

-

  • X X

 
  • X X

 

-

3030

13.2

2

Cake

 

-

 
  • X X

-

  • X X

 
  • X X

 

-

2130

9.3

3

Poultry

 

X

 
  • X -

 

-

  • X X

 
  • X X

 

-

3030

13.2

4

Pyrolysis 1

P

X

 
  • X -

 

-

  • X X

 

-

-

X

2970

12.9

Fast heating

 

X

 

-

X

-

  • X X

 

X

X

-

3030

13.2

 

attention:

a)

at oven function G heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately

 
  • b) at oven function P heating elements and cooking fan are driven alternately

  • c) Fast heating active with C, E, G

  • d) The temperature of the roast can be measured with C, D, E, G, H, and I.

function positions

Appliance with 4 resistance elements, controlled via Prisma Basic Electronics with Pyrolysis Function heating elements (Watt)

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2.3

Parboiling times

Switch position:

A and 9 A and 8 A and 7 A and ·6 A and 6 A and 3 A and ·2 A and 2 A and 1

Parboiling time of automatic parboiling system without automatic function 4,5 minutes 3,5 minutes 3 minutes 2 minutes 5 minutes 3 minutes 2 minutes 1 minute

3.

Controls

  • 3.1 Version with maximal equipment

2.3 Parboiling times Switch position: A and 9 A and 8 A and 7 A and

Fig. Control panel

  • 1 Baking oven functions

2

Baking oven displays

3

Additional functions

  • 4 Baking oven displays

5

Clock functions

6

Cooking stage displays

  • 7 Main key

8

Selection keys

9

Hot plate switch

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4.

Component data

  • 4.1 Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class

4. Component data 4.1 Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class Fig. Interface comfort class

Fig. Interface comfort class

The interface accommodates the components for entering and displaying the baking oven functions and the baking oven temperature.

  • 4.2 Interface (input – electronic display system) top class

4. Component data 4.1 Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class Fig. Interface comfort class

Fig. Interface top class Interface

The interface accommodates the components for entering and displaying the baking oven functions and the baking oven temperature as well as the clock functions.

  • 4.3 Power board of comfort class (baking oven)

4. Component data 4.1 Interface (input – electronic display system) comfort class Fig. Interface comfort class

Fig. Power board of comfort class

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4.4

Power board top class (baking oven)

4.4 Power board top class (baking oven) Fig. Power board of top class The power boards

Fig. Power board of top class

The power boards accommodate the components to control the heaters, hot air blowers, cooling fan and the automatic door lock (with pyrolysis appliances). In addition, the primary side of the power pack includes the fuse (sluggish, 100 mA) of the appliance. If this fuse is defective, the appliance does not function and the displays and lighting system are out of service.

  • 4.5 Power board (hot plates)

4.4 Power board top class (baking oven) Fig. Power board of top class The power boards

Fig. Power board of hot plates

The power board accommodates the components to control the hot plates, other semi-conductor elements and a fine-wire fuse (sluggish, 100 mA). The hot plates cannot be operated if this fuse is defective.

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4.6

Display of hot plates

4.6 Display of hot plates Fig. Display of hot plates These components accommodate the LED to

Fig. Display of hot plates

These components accommodate the LED to display the cooking levels set at the 4 hot plates.

  • 4.7 Set value transmitter (hot plates) At the set value transmitter, each angular degree of switch turning changes an existing voltage value and/or resistance value. Thus turning the switch results in a change of the existing temperature at the heater. Control is via the power board.

4.6 Display of hot plates Fig. Display of hot plates These components accommodate the LED to

Fig. Set value transmitter (function and temperature)

1 = 5 V
1 = 5 V

Fig. Temperature controller

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4.8

Temperature sensor

The temperature in the baking oven is measured by a temperature sensor (type PT 500) for appliances with control board. The sensor is provided at the rear of the appliance. It is used to transmit to the electronic systems the values for:

  • - cyclic heating the radiators until the selected temperature is reached;

  • - switch off the radiators in case of overheating of defective sensor;

  • - switching ON/OFF the cooling fan.

4.8 Temperature sensor The temperature in the baking oven is measured by a temperature sensor (type

Fig. Temperature sensor

4.8 Temperature sensor The temperature in the baking oven is measured by a temperature sensor (type

Fig. Electrical resistance of sensor depending on the ambient temperature

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4.9

Appliances with pyrolysis

4.9.1 Door lock

The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with a specific door lock system (Fig. 1) This system prevents opening of the baking oven door with the pyrolysis switched on. The lock system is operated with 2 heated bimetallic elements which move a bar into position which then either blocks or releases the lock lever at the baking oven door. The system functions during the pyrolysis process independent of the electrical voltage. The door lock is switched on at a temperature of the muffle centre of gravity (temperature in centre of baking oven) of 312 °C. Unlocking is at a temperature of approx. 180 °C via a Klixon (f11 in wiring diagram). The Klixon is arranged at the transverse beam beside the hot air motor (Fig. 2).

4.9 Appliances with pyrolysis 4.9.1 Door lock The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with

Fig. 1, Door lock

4.9 Appliances with pyrolysis 4.9.1 Door lock The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with

Fig. 2, Arrangement of Klixon

4.9 Appliances with pyrolysis 4.9.1 Door lock The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with

Fig. Switching of door lock

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Fig. Door lock in unlocked state 2 – E Inlet unlocking 3 – Phase (230 V)

Fig. Door lock in unlocked state

2 – E Inlet unlocking 3 – Phase (230 V)

4 – Inlet lock 33/34 – Switch contacts (5 V, 100 mA)

unlocked

interlocked

Fig. Door lock in unlocked state 2 – E Inlet unlocking 3 – Phase (230 V)
Fig. Door lock in unlocked state 2 – E Inlet unlocking 3 – Phase (230 V)

As soon as a voltage of 230 V is applied to the contacts 3 and 4, the bar “A” moves to the other side after 2 – 10 seconds and blocks the lock lever mechanically. The door cannot be opened. At the same time, the internal contact “B” opens and disconnects the lock path. The switch contacts 33/ 34 close and signal that door lock is completed. The electronic signal completes the lock signal. Internal contact “C” closes. For unlocking, a voltage of 230 V must be applied to contacts 2 and 3. The bar “A” moves backwards and releases the lock lever. The door can be opened provided that the contact f11 (Klixon) is closed.

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4.9.2 Micro switch for telescopic runner

The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with a micro switch. The switch contact is interrupted with the grates suspended. Thus the self-cleaning function cannot be activated. The contact closes and self-cleaning is possible with the telescopic runners removed.

4.9.2 Micro switch for telescopic runner The appliances with pyrolytic self-cleaning system are provided with a

Abb. Micro switch

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5.

Operation of the setting and operating units

  • 5.1 Setting/modifying the time

5.1.1 Setting/modifying the time

Setting

The baking oven functions only with the time set. After electrical connection or in case of power failure “12:00” and “TIME” flash.

  • 1. Set the current time at the keys + or - .

  • 2. Wait for approx. 5 seconds. Flashing is stopped at the set time is displayed.

5. Operation of the setting and operating units 5.1 Setting/modifying the time 5.1.1 Setting/modifying the time
5. Operation of the setting and operating units 5.1 Setting/modifying the time 5.1.1 Setting/modifying the time
5. Operation of the setting and operating units 5.1 Setting/modifying the time 5.1.1 Setting/modifying the time

Modifying

  • 1. Press the clock function key selection V until TIME flashes.

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  • 2. Set the current time at the keys + or - .

  • 3. Wait for 5 seconds. Flashing stops and the set time is displayed.

5.1.2 Clock functions

Period function

  • 1. Select baking oven function and temperature.

  • 2. Press clock function key selection V until CONTINUOUS flashes.

  • 3. Set the desired cooking time at the keys + or – .

  • 4. Wait for 5 seconds. The display returns to time. CONTINUOUS lights.

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2. Set the current time at the keys + or - . 3. Wait for 5
2. Set the current time at the keys + or - . 3. Wait for 5
2. Set the current time at the keys + or - . 3. Wait for 5
2. Set the current time at the keys + or - . 3. Wait for 5
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When this time is elapsed, CONTINUOUS flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven switches off

  • 5. Press any key to clear the signal.

When this time is elapsed, CONTINUOUS flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven

End

  • 1. Select baking oven function and temperature.

  • 2. Press clock function key selection V until END flashes.

  • 3. Set the desired switching off time at the keys + or - .

  • 4. Wait for 5 seconds. The display returns to time. END lights.

When this time is elapsed END flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven switches off.

  • 5. Press any key to clear the signal.

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When this time is elapsed, CONTINUOUS flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven
When this time is elapsed, CONTINUOUS flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven
When this time is elapsed, CONTINUOUS flashes, an acoustic signal is given and the baking oven
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Combined period and end

  • 1. Select baking oven function and temperature.

  • 2. Set the time required for cooking the meal at the PERIOD function. Here 1 hour.

  • 3. Set the time at which the meal shall be ready at the END function. Here 02:05 p.m.

PERIOD and END light, the display shows the time of the day. Here 12:05 p.m. The baking oven switches on automatically at the time calculated. Here 01:05 p.m.

When the entred period is elapsed, sounds a signal and the baking oven switches off. Backofen schaltet sich aus. Here at (02:05 p.m.). CONTINUOUS and END flash.

Combined period and end 1. Select baking oven function and temperature. 2. Set the time required
Combined period and end 1. Select baking oven function and temperature. 2. Set the time required
Combined period and end 1. Select baking oven function and temperature. 2. Set the time required
Combined period and end 1. Select baking oven function and temperature. 2. Set the time required

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5.1.3 Short time

  • 1. Press the clock function key selection V until the SHORT TIME flashes.

  • 2. Set the desired short time (max. 2 hours and 30 minutes) at the keys + or - .

  • 3. Wait for 5 seconds. The display shows the remaining time. SHORT TIME lights.

When this time is elapsed, SHORT TIME flashes and an acoustic signal is given.

  • 4. Press any key to clear this signal.

5.1.3 Short time 1. Press the clock function key selection V until the SHORT TIME flashes.
5.1.3 Short time 1. Press the clock function key selection V until the SHORT TIME flashes.
5.1.3 Short time 1. Press the clock function key selection V until the SHORT TIME flashes.
5.1.3 Short time 1. Press the clock function key selection V until the SHORT TIME flashes.

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5.2

Setting the functions of the baking oven

  • 5.2.1 Switching on the baking oven function

    • 1. Switch on device at main key.

  • 2. Press the

or

selection keys until the desired

function lights.

The temperature display shows a suggested temperature.

  • 5.2.2 Changing the baking oven temperature

Press the + or – keys to increase or reduce the temperature.

Setting is in 5 °C increments.

  • 5.2.3 Changing the baking oven function

Press the

or

keys until the desired function lights.

  • 5.2.4 Switching off the baking oven

To switch off the baking oven, press the keys until all baking oven functions are out.

or

selection

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5.2 Setting the functions of the baking oven 5.2.1 Switching on the baking oven function 1.
5.2 Setting the functions of the baking oven 5.2.1 Switching on the baking oven function 1.
5.2 Setting the functions of the baking oven 5.2.1 Switching on the baking oven function 1.
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  • 5.2.5 Switching ON/OFF of lighting system of baking oven

    • 1. Switch on the appliance at the main key.

    • 2. Press selection key

once for baking oven

function. LIGHT lights and the lighting system of the

baking oven is ON.

  • 3. Press selection key

once for baking oven function.

The lighting system of the baking oven is OFF.

5.2.5 Switching ON/OFF of lighting system of baking oven 1. Switch on the appliance at the
  • 5.3 Special functions

    • 5.3.1 Switching off time display Switching off the time display

      • 1. If necessary, switch off the appliance with the main switch.

      • 2. Press clock function keys v and + simultaneously until the display gets dark (approx. 5 seconds).

As soon as the appliance has been taken into operation again, the display switches on automatically.

When switching off, the display of the daytime goes out again. To let the daytime display againconstantly, you have to switch on the time display again.

Switching on the time display

  • 1. If necessary, switch off the appliance with the main switch.

  • 2. Press clock function keys v and + simultaneously until the display goes on again (approx. 5 seconds).

The display can only be switched off, when the oven is turned off.

  • 5.3.2 Childproof lock of the oven

The oven is fitted with a childproof lock. If the childproof lock is switched on, it is no longer possible to operate the oven.

  • - The childproof lock is valid for the oven and the hot plates.

  • - In order to switch on the childproof lock, it is not allowed to select any oven function.

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Switching on the childproof lock

  • 1. If necessary, switch on the appliance with the main switch.

  • 2. Press and keep pressed the oven function selection keys

and

simultaneously until

the oven display indicates ”SAFE” and the hot

plate display shows ”L”.

Now the childproof lock is switched on.

Switching off the childproof lock

Press and keep pressed the oven function selection

keys and

simultaneously for approx. 2 seconds.

Now the childproof lock is switched off and the oven

is ready for operation again.

By switching off the appliance witch the main switch the childproof lock will not be cancelled.

  • 5.3.3 Key lock For storing a set oven function against setting it the wrong way unintentionally. Switching on the key lock

    • 1. If necessary switch on the appliance with the main switch.

    • 2. Select oven function

    • 3. Press and keep pressed the selection key oven function

and

simultaneously for

approx. 2 seconds until the display indicates ”LO”. Now the key lock is in operation.

Switching off the key lock

Keep pressed the oven function selection keys

and

simultaneously for approx. 2 seconds.

The key lock is cancelled automatically, when the appliance is switched off.

  • 5.3.4 Display ”tEL” See chapter 6.2.1 ”Executing pyrolytic cleaning”

Switching on the childproof lock 1. If necessary, switch on the appliance with the main switch.
Switching on the childproof lock 1. If necessary, switch on the appliance with the main switch.

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6.

Technical equipment

  • 6.1 Fan running on function The appliances switch on automatically as soon as the baking oven is started. After having switched off the baking oven, the cooling fan continues to operate in order to cool down the appliance. Important: All appliances of this series are provided with this running on function. The fan after-running is controlled electronically with all appliances. In appliances with pyrolysis, a resistor is installed additionally (figure 1). The resistor is bypassed during the pyrolysis operation. Because of this the cross-flow fan is running at an increased speed, as long as the function is in operation.

6. Technical equipment 6.1 Fan running on function The appliances switch on automatically as soon as

Fig. 1 Resistance increased speed

6. Technical equipment 6.1 Fan running on function The appliances switch on automatically as soon as

r20.- resistance

 

m2 -

cross flow fan

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6.2

Pyrolysis

6.2 Pyrolysis Fig. Heating up curve temperature/time P1: Heating time 150 min = pyrolysis 1 P2:

Fig. Heating up curve temperature/time

P1: Heating time 150 min = pyrolysis 1 P2: Heating time 90 min = pyrolysis 2 Door locks at 312 °C, after 11 min Door unlocks at 204 °C, after 120 min (P2) or 180 min (P1) The cooling fan is operated at high speed until the time of unlocking then at a lower speed. It switches off at approx. 130 °C residual heat in the muffle.

6.2.1 Pyrolytic cleaning

Important. Prior to carry out the pyrolysis process,

remove all components and the grease filter from the baking oven.

“tEL” appears if the grates are still suspended.

  • 1. Switch on appliance at the main key.

  • 2. Select additional function PYROLYSIS. The temperature display shows: P1, the time display: 3.15 CONTINUOUS flashes for approx. 5 seconds. Then the time display shows the time of the day. Executing shortened pyrolysis Proceed as described in ”executing pyrolysis”. As long as DURATION flashes, press the time selection key. The temperature display indicates: P2, the time display : 2.15. Afterwards the daytime is indicated in the time display.

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6.3

Measures to prevent wrong electrical connection

If a range with pyrolytic self-cleaning system is connected wrongly, the micro processor at the Pris- ma basic power board recognises this error. It changes over into the fault mode. The error is reported by the error code display F7 in the display of the oven respectively E7 in the display of the hot plates.The heaters are dead. The connection error can be corrected. Then the range can be operated quite normally.

6.3 Measures to prevent wrong electrical connection If a range with pyrolytic self-cleaning system is connected

Fig. Versions of connection

  • 6.4 Thermal link A thermal link is provided in all appliances at the left side at the air duct, which switches off the device in case of overheating.

6.3 Measures to prevent wrong electrical connection If a range with pyrolytic self-cleaning system is connected

Fig. Thermal link (Klixon)

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6.5

Safety switching off of hot plates

The hot plates switch off automatically after:

  • - 6 hours for heating stage 1 - •2

  • - 5 hours for heating stage 3 – 4

  • - 4 hours for heating stage •4 - •5

  • - 1.5 hours for heating stage 6 - 9 unless manually switched off or modified before.

  • 6.6 Safety switching off of baking oven The baking oven switches off automatically after: 12.5 hours at 30 – 120 °C

    • 8.5 hours at 120 – 200 °C

    • 5.5 hours at 200 – 250 °C

    • 1.5 hours at 250 – 300 °C

unless the temperature was modified or switched of by hand before.

  • 7. Fault diagnosis/What to do if …?

  • 7.1 Fault codes

 
 

Powerboard Oven

Display

Fault

Action

F0

No alarm

None

F1

Door cannot be locked.

Check door lock.

F2

Door cannot be unlocked.

Check door lock and unlocking thermostat f11.

F3

Checksum error

Make a mains reset by separating the appliance from the main and

F4

Temperature sensor without contact or short-circuit.

starting it again. Check temperature sensor,

F5

Sticking heater relay contacts at power board.

replace, if necessary. Replace electronic system.

F6

Power board has too high a temperature

Check installation situation of air duct and cooling fan for proper

F7

Wrong electrical connection

functioning. Connect appliance correctly and

F8

No connection between power board and interface

start it again. Replace electronic system.

F9

Micro processor resets automatically (Reset).

Carry out a mains reset by separating the appliance from the main and starting it again.

Powerboard Hot Plates

 

Display

Fault

Action

 

E1

Power board has too high a temperature

Check installation situation of air duct and cooling fan for proper

E2

Wrong electrical connection

functioning. Connect appliance correctly and

E3

Checksum error

start it again. Make a mains reset by separating the appliance from the main and starting it again.

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7.2

Measuring the temperature sensor

If a failure at the temperature sensor is assumed, the resistance can be checked by means of an ohmmeter. The resistance of the temperature sensor should be 500 – 600 ohms at room temperature. Make sure to measure the insulation resistance between the metallic housing and each connection terminal. The resistance should be higher than 2 MOhms.

7.2 Measuring the temperature sensor If a failure at the temperature sensor is assumed, the resistance

Abb. Measuring the temperature sensor

7.2 Measuring the temperature sensor If a failure at the temperature sensor is assumed, the resistance

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7.3

Test and demo mode of door lock

Description of keys

Top class P 876 2 1 0
Top class
P
876
2
1
0
Comfort class P 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Comfort class
P
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

7.3.1 Test of door lock for Top / Comfort class

Activating

To enter into door lock test the operator must execute the following actions:

In OFF state, press at the same time TMODE P0 key and MINUS P2 key (starting from left, last and third-last key) for at least 800 ms; the successful in entering is feed-back to operator with 3 beeps.

In this mode door lock device is activated and deactivated continuously. To avoid overheating of the door lock bimetallic heater, from lock to unlock and from unlock to lock, a puase of 20 seconds has been done.

During the test if the door is closed Temperature lamp is on.

To exit from door lock service test, oven function knob must be moved from position 2. The door lock phase ends when the system reaches the unlock state.

Deactivating

To stop the door lock test it is necessary to press main switch key P8 2 times.

In any case after 5 minutes, from entering, the door lock test ist stopped.

In any case if the oven is switched off the door lock test is cancelled.

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8.

Wiring diagrams

8. Wiring diagrams Fig. Power board of comfort-input 1 PT500 2 PT500 Meat probe Main switch

Fig. Power board of comfort-input

1 st

PT500

2 nd PT500 Meat probe Main switch or door switch Telescopic runner micro switch

temperature sensor 1 temperature sensor 2 meat thermometer

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Fig. Power board top-input 1 PT500 2 PT500 Meat probe Main switch or door switch Telescopic

Fig. Power board top-input

1 st

PT500

2 nd PT500 Meat probe Main switch or door switch Telescopic runner micro switch

temperature sensor 1 temperature sensor 2 meat thermometer

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Fig. Power board top-output Main supply Switched phase f2: thermal protection (Klixon) for the whole appliance

Fig. Power board top-output

Main supply Switched phase f2: thermal protection (Klixon) for the whole appliance to avoid heating overload Cooling fan Small loads Low speed High speed Oven lamps Input unlock Door lock f11: thermal protection (Klixon) to unable door unlock during high temperature Input lock Grill heater Top heater Bottom heater Rear heater Heating elements

normal speed

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Fig. Power board of hot plate – output Hob area Heating element N°1/N°2/N°3/N°4 of the hot

Fig. Power board of hot plate – output

Hob area Heating element N°1/N°2/N°3/N°4 of the hot plate Residual heat indicator system Top cover 12 poles connector

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Fig. Power board hot plates – input Knob 1/2/3/4 HOB heating T° selector Master switch External

Fig. Power board hot plates – input

Knob 1/2/3/4 HOB heating T° selector Master switch External bridge for induction HOB detection ERM display boards

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9.

Service tips

  • 9.1 Unhinging and dismantling the baking oven door Unhinging the baking oven door

    • 1. Open the door fully.

    • 2. Tilt open the clamping lever at both door hinges completely (1).

    • 3. Hold door sides with both hands and close for approx. ¾ overriding the resistance (2).

    • 4. Withdraw door from baking oven. Hinging the baking oven door

    • 1. Hold door sides with both hands seen from the hand- le side.

    • 2. Keep door at an angle of 60°.

    • 3. Push in door hinges into the two recesses at the bottom of the baking oven as far as they will go (1).

    • 4. Lift door upwards until a resistance is felt and then open it fully (2).

    • 5. Tilt back the clamping levers into their initial position at the door hinges (3) Demounting the top door glass

    • 1. Unhinge baking oven door.

    • 2. Hold top glass pane at its lower edge and push it towards the baking oven door handle against the spring pressure until it is exposed on bottom. (1).

    • 3. Lift pane from below and withdraw (2).

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9. Service tips 9.1 Unhinging and dismantling the baking oven door Unhinging the baking oven door
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Demounting the middle door glass

  • 1. Hold middle glass pane at its lower edge and push it towards the baking oven door handle against the spring pressure until it is exposed on bottom (1).

  • 2. Lift and withdraw pane (2). Inserting the middle door glass

  • 1. Insert middle glass pane into the door section at the handle side inclined from top (1).

  • 2. Lower glass pane (2) and push it towards the bottom edge of door as far as it goes below the bottom hol- der.

Demounting the middle door glass 1. Hold middle glass pane at its lower edge and push
Demounting the middle door glass 1. Hold middle glass pane at its lower edge and push

Inserting the top door glass

  • 1. Insert top glass pane into the door section at the handle side inclined from top (1).

  • 2. Lower pane (2). Place pane at the handle side in front of the holding section of the bottom edge of door against the spring force and push it below the holding section.

Demounting the middle door glass 1. Hold middle glass pane at its lower edge and push

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9.2

Removing the two-part housing cover

  • 1. Loosen the two right and left mounting bolts

9.2 Removing the two-part housing cover 1. Loosen the two right and left mounting bolts 2.
  • 2. Lift front half of cover

9.2 Removing the two-part housing cover 1. Loosen the two right and left mounting bolts 2.

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9.3

Demounting the electronic system, controls and displays

9.3.1 Demounting the electronic module

  • 1. Withdraw the concealable hot plate knobs.

9.3 Demounting the electronic system, controls and displays 9.3.1 Demounting the electronic module 1. Withdraw the
  • 2. Separate the adhesive silicon strip between switch panel and panel holder.

9.3 Demounting the electronic system, controls and displays 9.3.1 Demounting the electronic module 1. Withdraw the
  • 3. Remove switch panel which is fixed at the right and left of the panel holder by means of springs.

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  • 4. Tilt panel to the front.

  • 5. Remove front frame. Attention: Latching hooks can easily break.

  • 6. Loosen both top engaging hooks, right and left.

  • 7. Slide electronic module to the right (seen from front).

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4. Tilt panel to the front. 5. Remove front frame. Attention: Latching hooks can easily break.
4. Tilt panel to the front. 5. Remove front frame. Attention: Latching hooks can easily break.
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  • 8. Remove cables and then the electronic system.

8. Remove cables and then the electronic system. 9.3.2 Demounting the 7 segment display of the

9.3.2 Demounting the 7 segment display of the hot plates

  • 1. Press through the engaging noses.

8. Remove cables and then the electronic system. 9.3.2 Demounting the 7 segment display of the
  • 2. Remove the 7 segment display.

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9.3.3 Demounting the set value transmitter of the hot plates.

  • 1. Loosen the mounting bolts.

9.3.3 Demounting the set value transmitter of the hot plates. 1. Loosen the mounting bolts. 2.
  • 2. Remove the set value transmitter.

9.3.3 Demounting the set value transmitter of the hot plates. 1. Loosen the mounting bolts. 2.

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9.4

Demounting the temperature sensor

Loosen both mounting bolts and withdraw the temperature sensor.

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  • 9.5 Demounting the door lock

The door lock is arranged in the ranges at the front left side. It is accessible from top.

9.5 Demounting the door lock The door lock is arranged in the ranges at the front
  • 1. Loosen lateral mounting bolts.

  • 2. Remove door lock.

9.5 Demounting the door lock The door lock is arranged in the ranges at the front
9.5 Demounting the door lock The door lock is arranged in the ranges at the front

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  • 9.6 Demounting the hot air motor

    • 1. Loosen the mounting bolts at the rear wall of the baking oven.

9.6 Demounting the hot air motor 1. Loosen the mounting bolts at the rear wall of
  • 2. Loosen the mounting bolts and remove the covering plate.

9.6 Demounting the hot air motor 1. Loosen the mounting bolts at the rear wall of
  • 3. Loosen the acorn nut and remove the fan impeller.

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  • 4. Bend the engaging nose upwards at the cross beam.

4. Bend the engaging nose upwards at the cross beam. 5. Loosen the bayonet catch by
  • 5. Loosen the bayonet catch by turning the motor anti-clockwise. Remove motor.

4. Bend the engaging nose upwards at the cross beam. 5. Loosen the bayonet catch by

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  • 9.7 Demounting the cross flow fan

    • 1. Loosen the bolts of the rear cover half.

9.7 Demounting the cross flow fan 1. Loosen the bolts of the rear cover half. 2.
  • 2. Loosen the mounting bolts.

  • 3. Remove cross flow fan.

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9.8

Help in case of baking complaints

9.8 Help in case of baking complaints The insertion levels 1 – 5 are counted from

The insertion levels 1 – 5 are counted from bottom to top.

Tips for baking

The cake collapses (becomes sticky, soggy, water stripes)

Check recipe, use less liquid, observe agitation times, above all when using kitchen mixers.

The cake bottom is too light

Use a darker mould the next time or insert cake one level lower.

Cake with moist top coat/cake is not baked through, not evenly brown

Next time bake at a lower temperature and longer baking time.

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