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REFRIGERATORS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Temperature alarm 7. Temporary function interruption 10. Starting up 3. Transportation – Positioning – Installation 2. Temperature regulation 5. Saving energy advices 11. Safety instructions 4. Thermostat’s instructions 13.CONTENTS 1. Cleaning – Maintenance 9. Drain assembly 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 8 10 12 2 . Fault codes on the display 8. Defrosting 6. Troubleshooting 12. Electrical Diagrams 14.
The appliance is designed to operate in an ambient temperature of up to 40 °C. The motor starts after 2 minutes. Starting up Press the on/off switch. If the device has a showcase remove the small wrapping cartons underneath the crystals and carefully move the side glasses unscrewing the screws pointed at the graph. ! Current taps and plugs must always be provided with ground. If the floor is not flat. SHUKO type. Remove all packaging. Move carefully the device to its final position. 3 . The appliance is supplied with an electric plug. ! To ensure efficient operation do not place it near heat sources. Remove the power cord from the interior of the appliance. The figure that appears in the display shows the actual temperature in the cabinet and indicates that power is connected. Power must be connected via a wall socket. adjust the legs so the front side is approximately 1cm higher from the back to ensure that the doors are closing.1. Do not fill at once your appliance with big quantities of products. 2. ! Do not store products in the appliance until its temperature reaches at the required point. Transportation – Positioning – Installation ! Keep the appliance in an upright position during the transportation in order to avoid critical damage in its systems. so that they line-up with the front crystal of the show case.
Do not store hot food or hot drinks in your appliance. Safety instructions For your safety and the proper function of the appliance please follow the instructions below: Store all products to be preserved so as not to obstruct the air circulation among the shelves of the appliance. Freezers : Press (8 ) and (SET) to see the temperature setting. Temperature regulation • • Refrigerators : Press (8 ) to see the temperature setting. NO Do not cover the intake air slots. Cover the food with a plastic film before storing it into the appliance. 10 cm 10 cm Place products at least 10cm away from the fan. If you wish to change keep this key pressed and change it by pressing the arrows  or  accordingly.3. If you wish to change press the arrows  or  accordingly. 4. 4 . otherwise the refrigeration in the appliance will be impaired. Do not operate pizza refrigerated show cases without gastronorm pans covering the whole cooling space.
Cleaning is best done with a vacuum cleaner and a brush. or leaving the door open for long periods will cause the temperature to rise and produce an alarm effect. Also clean the external surfaces using steel oil. Do not use sharp or other similar objects which may damage your appliance. It can also be performed manually by pressing the key [set]. where it is evaporated through the means of a pipe from the refrigeration system placed in a vaporizer tray (refrigerated counters – saladettes ). It can also be performed manually by pressing the key [set]. If the sensor fails. 8. where it is evaporated by a resistance. disconnect the plug from the electrical supply. the efficiency of the refrigerator will be reduced. Defrosting Refrigerators Defrosting is automatically performed four times every 24 hours (-2. or it is led through a tube to the drainage kit. 6. where it is evaporated by a heater. If the freezer is operating on heavy load conditions manual defrosting may become necessary. 7. Before you proceed to any cleaning or maintenance. otherwise. controlled by the water level (upright refrigerators).1 Refrigerators [F1]: Sensor failure. ! Do not use detergents or substances based on chlorine or acid solvents. Cleaning – Maintenance Frequent cleaning is highly recommended.5. the compressor remains on for 4 minutes and off for 4 minutes. Freezers Defrosting is automatically performed four times every 24 hours. 5 . Keep the compressor and the condenser free from dust and dirt. +8 series eight times every 24 hours). Technical assistance should be requested. Clean the inside surfaces with a mild soap solution or a detergent without chlorine. 7. Filling with big quantities of products at once. controlled by the water level. Condensate water is led through a tube to the drainage kit. then an “ALR” indication flashes on the display. Fault codes on the display 7.2 Freezers [ALO]: Low temperature alarm [AHI]: High temperature alarm [LF1]: Temperature sensor failure [LF2]: Evaporator sensor failure [doR]: Door opened. Temperature alarm (Freezers) If the temperature in the appliance is higher or lower than the limits set. Condensate water is led through a tube to a tray. These may cause corrosion of stainless steel surfaces. Alarm codes are also audible (freezers). If the refrigerator is on heavy load conditions (frequent door opening) manual defrosting may become necessary.
Check regularly that the appliance’s doors are solidly closed and that the door seals are in good condition. 11. Temporary function interruption In case you wish to turn the appliance off for a while. in order to keep it in the best possible condition. Do not fill at once your appliance with big quantities of products. putting it in the refrigerator. very low (refrigerators) Improve the environment condition. Troubleshooting Malfunction Possible cause Solution The appliance does not cool • There is ice in the evaporator • The products are obstructing • Ice in the evaporator • • • • Water in the appliance • (See case 2) Remove the products which obstruct the air flow of the evaporator the air flow Improve the temperature condition of the The room temperature is very room high Check the temperature adjustment. The doors are opened frequently Decrease the open door duration as possible.) 6 . High humidity environment Increase the defrost frequency. 10. and for a long time The drainage pipe has been Clean the drainage pipe sealed Increase the setting temperature High humidity environment Water in the gastronorm • pans (open top refr. Increase the defrost frequency. Saving energy advices • • • • Open the appliance’s doors according to your needs but please do not do that pointlessly.9. Do not place your appliance near heat sources or points with high sun radiation. Cover the food with a plastic film before Humid products have been placed in the refrigerator (ex. follow the instructions below: Turn the appliance off and disconnect from the electrical supply. Keep the doors open in order to avoid unpleasant odors. Increase the Vegetables) defrost frequency and duration. The temperature adjustment is Increase the temperature setting. Empty the appliance and clean it as indicated above. because this will increase energy consumption. They must remain open the less possible there can be.
DEF XXXXW. denoting the t ype and the serial number (S/N) of your appliance. XX Hz T XX LAMP XXW. XXX A ELECTRIC CURRENT V XXX V.HTR XXXXW FR XXXXX XXXX C Kg TOTAL POWER FUNCTION TEMPERATURE BARCODE / SERIAL NUMBER xxxxxxx MADE IN EU 7 . SERIAL NUMBER MODEL MODEL SAFETY FUSE VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY XXX XX S/N XXXXXXX A POWER XXX W.In any case of malfunction contact the dealer of our company describing the problem. All the technical characteristics necessary are specified on the identification tag positioned to the right of the device.
120 min (-1: alarm disabled) 0 -50 . 100 min 0 . . Press [set] to display a parameter value and modify it by pressing the arrows.FR (FREEZERS) Operating instructions 1) 2) 3) BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL Push [ 8 ] to enter the parameters menu. . press to reactivate. 6) Reset (6): In case of alarm situation. 60 C 1 . 5) T2 (5): Press to see the evaporator temperature. 50 C -1: Continuous function 0: Parallel with compressor 0-15 min: time fan stops after compressor 16 Fd3 Ventilation in defrost 0: off 1: Starts when t2<Fo1 2: on 0 . . The first parameter (SPo) shows up.HSP -45 . To exit the parameter menu press [ 8 ]. 20 C -50 . . 7) Df (set): Press [set] for 4 seconds to start a manual defrost cycle. .255 0 1 20 2 0 1 20 2 8 . . . . . Scroll the parameter list by pressing key [6 ] or [ 5 ]. 1=Manual -1 . 1 = 0°F 1……. . . . . . 100 C -50 . . 70 C 0= ELE / 1=GAS 0=Auto. 15 min -1: compressor off 0: compressor on 1-150 min: compressor on time 1-150 min 0 -20 . . . 15 min 0 . .THERMOSTAT KIOUR . . . 4) On/off switch: Press for 3 seconds to switch the device off.Maximum Limits LSP . . . Press [ 8 ] to save the new value. . . . .20 msec 0 . . 20 C 0 . . 40 min (-1: Displays Dfr while t>Spo+dif) 0 1 . . . .10 5 . 20 C 0 -20 . . 15 min -1 . . . 8) Network connection: The thermostat can be connected on a network (RS485 Modbus protocol) through interface. . . Alarm messages: ALo: LF1: Dor: Low temperature alarm AHi: High temperature alarm Room sensor failure LF2: Evaporator sensor failure Open door alarm (when a door remains more than four minutes opened) PARAMETER SETTINGS Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SPo ALo AHI Dr1 Cod DiF dd2 dP3 dY4 Description Temperature setpoint Low alarm threshold High alarm threshold Defrost repetition time Access code Thermostat delay Defrost time out Dripping time Defrost display control Minimum . 100 C 0 0 0 0 0 Settings (Freezers) -18 -25 0 6 22 2 30 2 -1 Settings (-2 +8⁰C) -2 -5 8 3 22 3 15 2 -1 10 11 12 13 14 15 dE5 Dt6 AF1 At2 Fo1 Ft2 Defrost end temperature Defrost type Alarm setting Temperature alarm delay Fan restart temperature Evaporator fan control 30 0 0 30 -2 -1 15 0 0 15 10 -1 0 0 17 18 19 Co1 Cp2 CF3 Compressor minimum on time Compressor minimum off time Compressor control for T1 fault 2 2 3 2 2 3 20 21 22 23 24 25 CF4 SE1 SE2 SEr LSP HSP Compressor off time for T1 fault Probe T1 offset Probe T2 offset Minimum temperature setting Maximum temperature setting Alter temperature measurement unit (changing the unit will not affect setpoint and limit values – these values must be changed manually) Baud Rate (9600) Response time on network (mSec) Network address 3 3 0 -21 -10 0 -2 8 26 27 28 29 CF Br tr Ad 0 = 0°C. . 20 C 0 . 100 h 1 . .
. The first parameter (SP) shows up. . 90 min 0 1 . . . 99 min -9 .8 C 0 . . . 12 1 . Press [ set] + [6 ] + [ 5 ] to enter the parameters menu. 20 sec 0 = ⁰C. 1 = ⁰F 1…10 5 . press to reactivate. . 2. . . Scroll the parameter list by pressing key [6 ] or [ 5 ]. 7. Reset (6): 6. . Proceed with the following: 1) Press buttons [ 8 ] and [ 5 ]. 3.. . 10 0C 0 . Press [ 8 ] to save the new value. . 2) Set the thermostat‘s parameters as described in the instructions manual. . 4. To reduce the relative humidity. . 100 0C 1. . In case of alarm situation. . 9 . Press key [set] for 4 seconds to start a manual defrost cycle. Dfrost: for 3 seconds to switch the device off. . 20 C Electric / compressor off 0 . . . 1 = always On 0 . .99 0 The appliance is supplied on one year proper function warranty. Network connection : The thermostat can be connected on a network (RS485 Modbus protocol) through interface.HSP -50 . Press [set] to display a parameter value and modify it by pressing the arrows. On/off switch: Press 5. .. . . To exit the parameter menu press [ 8 ]. 8. 10 min 0 . . .20 msec 0 = start/stop with compressor. Alarm messages: F1: Er: Room sensor failure Memory fault. PARAMETER SETTINGS Code Description Minimum . . 4 min 0= 40%: 3min on & 4 min off 1=100%: compressor on 0 .THERMOSTAT KIOUR-DF CONTROLLER (POSITIVE) Operating instructions BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL 1.Maximum Limits Factory settings (saladette) 0 (3) -2 (0) 8 (10) 3 2 0 4 18 10 0 0 20 0 0 20 1 2 Factory settings for pizza showcase 3 3 7 3 1 0 0 18 10 0 0 20 0 0 20 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 16 SP SL Sh Di Cr CF dF dt dL do dr Td AJ tS FC Br tr FF Ad Temperature setpoint Minimum temperature setting Maximum temperature setting Thermostat delay Compressor off time Compressor control for sensor fault Defrost repetition time 24h Defrost time out Defrost end temperature Defrost type Dripping time Display in defrost Probe T1 offset Display slowdown Measurement Unit (⁰C / ⁰F) Baud Rate (9600) Responce time on network (mSec) Evaporator Fan control Network adress LSP . set the parameter FF = 0. 100 0C -50 .
WATER LEVEL CTRL. 10.TRAY HEATER 10 . 9. 11. 6. 8. TEMPERATURE PROBE. COMPRESSOR. LIVE.NEUTRAL. 3 & 4.ELECTRIC DIAGRAM FOR POSITIVE REFRIGERATORS (KIOUR – DF) 1 & 2.EVAPORATOR FANS (LIGHT).
DOOR SWITCH. 11. DEFROST HEATER.LEVEL CONTROL. 10.TRAY HEATER. EVAPORATOR FANS 11 . 4. 9. 13. 3. COMPRESSOR. 12V INPUT.ELECTRIC DIAGRAM FOR FREEZERS (KIOUR – FR) 1.DOOR FRAME HEATER (Transformer 230 to 12V). 8.SENSORS COMMON. 5. & 7.COMMON LIVE. 6. 2. 12. EVAPORATOR PROBE.ROOM PROBE.
TEMPERATURE SENSOR COVER REMOVAL Pull the sensor out of the cover and turn the cover counter clockwise 13 .
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