Electrolux SMART RI93RE1FEU user manual

User manual for the device Electrolux SMART RI93RE1FEU

Device: Electrolux SMART RI93RE1FEU
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INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
ISTRUZIONI DI INSTALLAZIONE, FUNZIONAMENTO E MANUTENZIONE
INSTRUCTIONS D'INSTALLATION, D'UTILISATION ET DE MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN, USO Y MANTENIMIENTO
"ROLL-IN SMART" ELECTRONIC CONTROL
CONTROLLO ELETTRONIC0 "ROLL-IN SMART"
CONTRÔLE ÉLECTRONIQUE "ROLL-IN SMART"
CONTROL ELECTRÓNICO DEL "ROLL-IN SMART"
USA Page 07 - 19
IT Pagina 20 - 32
FR Page 33 - 45
ES Página 45 - 58
PART NO. 5957 411 01
VERSION 2 2005.12

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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM SCHÉMA D'INSTALLATION SCHEMA DI INSTALLAZIONE DIAGRAMA DE INSTALACIÓN FRONT VIEW VUE DE FACE SIDE VIEW VUE DE CÔTÉ VISTA FRONTALE VISTA FRONTAL VISTA LATERALE VISTA LATERAL 38 25/64" 29 17/32" 975 mm 750 mm 12 13/32" 315 mm I 83 5/64" 2110 mm 2 61/62" 23 5/8" 2 61/62" 3 11/32" 75 mm 600 mm 75 mm 85 mm 30 5/16" 34 1/4" 770 mm Z 870 mm 65 23/64" 1660 mm 1 31/32" 50 mm 24 51/64" I = electrical connection 630 mm Z = bolt holes for floor fastening I = connessione ele

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REVERSING OPENING OF THE DOOR INVERSION DU SENS D'OUVERTURE DE LA PORTE INVERSIONE APERTURA DELLE PORTE CAMBIO DE DIRECCIÓN DE APERTURA DE LA PUERTA G H Dett.1 F L E Dett.3 Dett.2 3

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CONTROL PANEL PANNEAU DE COMMANDE PANNELLO COMANDI PANEL DE CONTROL 1 2a 3a 4 7 8 9 MANUAL COMPRESSOR POWER SUPPLY DEFROST STATUS STATUS 1 2 3 % SET CATEGORY HUM HACCP HIGH 4 ACCESS TO HIGH HUM. SERVICE TEMPERATURE/ HACCP POWER ON/OFF FOOD CATEGORIES ON/OFF ALARMS CATEGORY ALARMS SELECTION PRINT 7 DAYS REPORT 2356 10 USA FR 1- Access to Food Categories button 1- Bouton ACCESS TO FOOD CATEGORIES 2- High humidity ON/OFF button 2- Bouton HIGH HUMIDITY ON/OFF 2a - High humidity indicator light 2a -

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102.75 " 102.75 " 2 2610 mm 610 mm 30.31" 30.31" 770 mm 770 mm FUNCTIONAL SPACES ESPACES FONCTIONNELS SPAZI FUNZIONALI ESPACIOS FUNCIONALES 5 19.68 " 19.68 " 500 mm 500 mm

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USA TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS......................................................... Page 9 A.1 GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................ Page 10 A.1.1 Foreword ..................................................................................................................... Page 10 A.1.2 Intended use and limitations ...................................................................................... Page 10 A.1.3 Testing .....................

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C.1.6 Defrosting .................................................................................................................... Page 15 C.1.7 Alarms ......................................................................................................................... Page 15 C.1.7.1 General description ..................................................................................................... Page 15 C.1.7.2 HACCP ...............................................................

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury when using your appliance, please follow these basic precautions including the following: • Read all instructions before using your appliance. • This Manual does not cover every possible condition and situation that may occur. Use common sense and caution when installing, operating and maintaining this appliance. • FOR YOUR SAFETY DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS

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serial number located underneath the logo. A.1 GENERAL INFORMATION A.1.7 PHYSICAL SAFETY FEATURES, HAZARDS The appliance has no sharp or projecting parts. A.1.1 FOREWORD DANGER! DO NOT REMOVE. There are guards on the units to The purpose of this manual is to provide the necessary prevent access to components which require air movement. information for the correct installation, operation, use and maintenance of the appliance. Consequently, the manual and all the technical documentation B.1 INS

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102.75 " 102.75 " 2610 mm 2610 mm 30.31" 30.31" 7 770 mm 70 mm B.2.3 PHYSICAL SAFETY FEATURES, HAZARDS The appliance has no sharp or projecting parts. WARNING: The guards for the mobile and live parts are bolted on to the during handling do not push or pull the unit: it may tip over or be cabinet to prevent accidental access. damaged. B.2.4 POSITIONING B.1.2.2 Disposing of the packing Install the equipment, taking all the safety precautions Packing materials should be disposed of accorda

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- between top of appliance and ceiling: approx. 19.7" / 500mm: tric supply line for the appliance. It is recommended that this - to the sides of appliance: approx. 3.9" / 100mm; switch/circuit breaker have lockout/tagout capability. Before - for door opening: approx. 30.3" / 770 mm. making any electrical connections to this appliance, check - from floor to ceiling: approx. 8.5 ft / 2610mm that the power supply is adequate for the voltage, amperage, Should the appliance be installed in rooms wh

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B.2.7 CHECKING HINGES Have the hinges of the appliance checked every two years by a technician. If necessary, adjust and grease the hinges. C.1 OPERATIONS and USER the Unit of Measure Indicator light starts flashing. INSTRUCTIONS - To change the SET temperature, press SET/DOWN button or MANUAL DEFROST/UP button within 15 seconds C.1.1 CONTROL PANEL 2a 3a 4 89 1 7 SET MANUAL COMPRESSOR POWER SUPPLY DEFROST STATUS STATUS 1 2 3 % SET CATEGORY HUM HACCP 4 HIGH ACCESS TO HIGH HUM. SERVICE TEMPERATUR

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- confirm the set temperature Keeping button pressed down will display the selected cat- egory; SET 1 2 2 3 CATEGORY 4 - press SET/DOWN button or MANUAL DEFROST/UP button temperature if “NONE” is displayed, this means that the function is disa- bled. SET To select the category, press MANUAL DEFROST/UP or SET/ DOWN button or or SET - To store the new set value, wait until it stops flashing to exit the program SET once selected, if a selection is not made after 5 seconds, the last category display

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C.1.5 LOADING THE PRODUCT The SERVICE ALARMS stores and manages all the alarms Food must be evenly distributed inside the chamber (away available in the electronic board (except the “chamber high from the door and back wall) in order to allow proper circulation temperature” alarm). of air. HACCP C.1.7.2 HACCP · ALARM CONDITIONS - the display shows an alarm by the label “TEMP” - pushing HACCP There is a sticker inside the chamber indicating the maximum level of loading: you get information on

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b) the alarm has occured 77˚/25˚ Temperature ˚F/˚C press . 68˚/20˚ 59˚/15˚ · HOW LONG ARE THE ALARMS RECORDED? Forever, or better, until the memory is out of space (maximum 50˚/10˚ C Critical t ritical temper emperatur ature e number of recorded alarms: 99). time 41˚/5˚ 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 C.1.7.3 SERVICE ALARMS HOW TO CHECK IT? display: is showing the label “TEMP” buzzer: ON sound alarm To have access to SERVICE ALARMS press WHAT IS RECORDED? button for 4 seconds; now th

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· Type “E” service alarms · keep pressed together RES SET HACCP Sensor short-circuited E1 Sensor is broken or disconnected E2 until the display shows “RES”. Sensor short-circuited E3 C.1.7.7 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (problems which can be solved immediately) Sensor is broken or disconnected E4 Sensor short-circuited E5 LABEL PROBLEM ACTION Sensor is broken or disconnected E6 The door is open Check the door, Sensor short-circuited E7 or if it's ok, b1 microswitch contact technical is broken assista

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D.1 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE D.2 MAINTENANCE TO BE PERFORMED BY TRAINED PERSONNEL ONLY Routine maintenance tasks can be performed by non-special- ised personnel. When performing maintenance please follow the instructions closely, keeping safe at all times. The manu- Non-routine maintenance tasks must be performed by an facturer declines any responsibility for injury sustained from AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENT. unsafe acts. USE APPROPRIATE SAFETY GEAR (GLOVES AND MASK) WHEN CARRYING ATTENTION: OUT ANY

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Example: PNC 726377 00 - Ser.No. 44600010 726377 00: Prostore Smart D.3 HACCP CONNECTIONS 44600010: manufactured in 2004, week 46, 10th item. (ACCESSORIES) D.5 WASTE DISPOSAL AND DEMOLITION D.3.1 HACCP CONNECTIONS Refer to the handbook enclosed with the kit for instructions D.5.1 WASTE STORAGE on installing the accessories. At the end of the appliance’s working life, make sure it is dis- Basic system connection posed of properly. Make sure you remove the doors before The printer can provide a


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