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KF 981 UD

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MOD. KF 981 – KF 981 UD 

rev. 0 



Via I. Nievo, n.12/B - 35012 Camposampiero (Padova) Italy 

Tel. +39.049.9300344 – +39.049.5791479  Fax 049.5794387 

www.tecnoeka.com     E-mail: info@tecnoeka.com




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Prodotti mirati per Ristorazioni, Pasticcerie, 

Panetterie e Gastronomie 



Via I. Nievo, 12/B 
35012 Camposampiero (PD) 
Tel. +39 049 5791479 - +39 049 9300344 
Fax + 39 049 5794387 










Annexed document II A, of directive 98/37/EC 




Via I. Nievo, 12/B - 35012 Camposampiero (Pd) 

Type of product 

Electric oven 


KF 981 - KF 981 UD 

TECNOEKA Srl declares that the above mentioned products conform to the safety 
regulations under: 

CEI EN 60335-1 

-  Low voltage directive 2006/95/EC 

CEI EN 60335-2-42 



CEI EN 55014-1 

CEI EN 61000-3-2 

-  Electromagnetic compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC 

CEI EN 61000-3-3 




-  Machine Directive 98/37/EC; 


-  Directive on the general safety of products 2001/95/EC; 


-  Directive on the restriction in the use of dangerous substances in electrical 

and electronic appliances 2002/95/EC; 


-  Directive on waste from electrical and electronic appliances 2002/96/EC. 


Camposampiero, 06/12/2007. 



Signature of a Representative of the Board of 




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Technical service 



General warnings 



Technical specifications 



Instructions for the installer 



Use instructions (for the user) 



Residual risks (for the user) 



How to use the control panel 



Oven cooking 









Technical service 



Informations to the consumers 



Wiring layout 



The Warranty 


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1. Technical service 

A technical check-up once or twice a year helps prolong the life of the appliance and 

guarantees better operation. 

Make sure that assistance is carried out solely and exclusively by qualified personnel. 

For any spare parts orders or for any information about the appliance, always mention the 

serial number and model (data indicated on the "technical data" plate at the rear of the oven). 

2. General warnings 

Very important!: keep this instruction book together with the appliance for future 


These warnings were drafted for your safety and for that of others. Please read them  

carefully before installing or using the appliance: 



If, on receipt of the goods, the packaging is damaged, write the following on the delivery 
note: “I REVERSE THE RIGHT TO CONTROL THE GOODS”, specify the damage and get 
the driver to sign in acceptance; send a claim in writing to the seller within 4 calendar 
days from the date of receipt. No claim shall be accepted after such period. 



The appliance is intended for professional use and must be utilised by qualified personnel 
trained to use it. 



Any modification which may be necessary on the electrical system to enable installation 
of the appliance, must be carried out solely by competent personnel. 



It is dangerous to modify or attempt to modify the characteristics of this appliance. 



Never clean the appliance with direct water jets, because, if any water enters, it could 
limit the machine's safety . 



Before doing any maintenance or cleaning jobs, disconnect the appliance from the 
electrical mains and allow it to cool. 



Do not attempt to carry out the periodic controls or any repairs by yourself. Contact the 
nearest Service Centre and use only original spare parts. 


N.B.: Improper or incorrect use and failure to observe the installation instructions shall release 

the manufacture from all responsibility. In this connection, the directives in the "POSITIONING" 
paragraph must be strictly observed. 




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3. Technical specifications 


height (feet included) 




width cm 


Overall dimensions: 

depth cm 





height cm 


width cm 


Internal dimensions 
(effective) of the cooking 

depth cm 


Volume (effective): 





Tray maximal load: 

GN 1/1 

kg 4 

Total load: 

6 trays GN 1/1 



2 Convection heating elements 


Power elements: 

2 Convection motor ventilators 


Maximum total power: 




I (against electric shocks) 



Degree of protection 
against humidity: 







Power supply voltage: 

(50 Hz) 





Power cable diameter: 



3 x 6 mm



4 x 2.5 mm






The noise level of the appliance in operation is below 70 dB (A). 
The "technical data" plate is positioned on the rear panel of the appliance.


4. Instructions for the installer 

The following instructions are aimed at the qualified installer, to ensure that he carries out 

the installation, adjustment and maintenance operations as correctly as possible and according 
to current legal regulations. Any operation must be performed with electrical power cut to the 

Before using the appliance, carefully remove the special adhesive film protecting the parts in 

stainless steel. Do not leave any glue residues on the surfaces. If necessary, remove them at 
once, with an appropriate solvent. 



Position the appliance perfectly horizontally on a table or similar support (the 

table or support must be at least 85 cm above the floor). Position it at a distance of not less 
than 10 cm from the side and rear walls, to enable natural ventilating air to circulate freely 
around it. The appliance is ventilated through specific openings on the metal walls of the outer 
housing , and ensures efficiency and long-life. For this reason it is strictly forbidden to obstruct 
these ventilation openings, even partially or for short periods. Failure to observe this specific 
prohibition releases the manufacturer of the appliance from all responsibility and immediately 
voids any guarantee rights for the said appliance, because its constructive conformity has been 
voluntarily compromised. Furthermore, the appliance is not suitable for embedding and for 
grouped positioning with other identical appliances. 

Electrical connection - The appliance must be connected to the electrical mains according to 

current legal regulations. Before making the connection, make sure of the following: 



the voltage and frequency values of the power supply system match the values on the 
"technical data" plate affixed on the appliance; 



the limiting valve and the system are able to support the appliance's load (see the 
"technical data" plate); 



the power supply system has an adequate earth connection according to current legal 


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a single-pole switch with minimum between-contacts aperture of 3 mm, sized to the 
load and conforming to current legal regulations, is fitted between the appliance and the 
mains in the direct connection to the mains; 



the single-pole switch used for connection is easy to reach when the appliance is 



the yellow/green earth wire is not interrupted by the switch; 



the power supply, when the appliance is operating, must not deviate from the rated 
voltage value by ±10%. 



make sure that after inserting the power supply cord into the terminal block it does not 
come into contact with any of the cooking range's hot parts. 

Connection to the water mains - The appliance must be fed with softened drinking water, 

with hardness from 0.5°F to 5°F (it is obligatory to use a softener to reduce the formation of 
lime inside the cooking chamber) and pressure in the range from 150 to 250 kPa (1.5 - 2.5 bar). 
Connection to the water mains should be made through the threaded 3/4" solenoid-valve on 
the rear of the appliance, fitting in between a mechanical filter and an on/off tap (before you 
connect the filter, allow a certain quantity of water to flow out in order to drain any waste from 
the pipe). 

Water drainage - One drainage tube comes out from the rear of the appliance, to drain the 

cooking compartment. You should connect one pipe to the drain tube, with an internal 
diameter of 30 mm (DN 30), resistant to vapour temperatures. To prevent choking, make sure 
that the pipe is stiff and that it does not have any elbows along the drainage path. Furthermore, 
the pipe must be at constant inclination (5% minimum) along its entire length (the length under 
consideration is from the drain tube of the appliance to the drainage point and must not exceed 
1 meter). The drainage pipe must lead to an open floor-level drain and, to ensure conformity to 
current legal regulations on hygiene, it must not come into direct contact with the drainage 

Connecting the power cable - To access the terminal board, just remove the appliance's left 

side-panel. Loosen the cable gripper and allow the cable to pass through it. Arrange the 
conductors so that the earth conductor is the last to detach from its terminal if the cable goes 
into a state of faulty traction. Connect the phase conductors to the terminals marked “L1” and 
“L2”, connecting the neutral conductor to the terminal marked "N" and the earth conductor to 
the terminal marked with the symbol 

 according to the following lay-out: 




(this electrical connection lay-out is located near the power supply terminal board ). Tighten the 
cable gripper and re-fit the left side-panel of the appliance. 
The appliance must be connected to an equipotential system whose efficiency must first be 
checked according to current legal regulations. 
This connection must be made between different appliances by using the appropriate terminal 
marked with the symbol  . The equipotential conductor must have a minimum diameter of 10 


 The equipotential terminal is at the rear of the appliance. 

Safety thermal breaker - The appliance has a manually reset safety thermal breaker. It 

protects against excessive dangerous over-temperatures which could be accidentally generated 
inside the appliance. If the device is tripped, it interrupts electrical power to the appliance and 
thus prevents it from operating. To access this device, remove the left side-panel of the 


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5. Use instructions (for the user) 

For first use, we advise you to let the appliance to run load-free at maximum temperature for 

about one hour. In this way, any unpleasant smells due to thermal insulation and residual work 
grease are eliminated. 

This appliance must be used solely for the purpose for which it was expressly designed, i.e. 

cooking  foods in the oven. Any other use is considered unsuitable. 

The appliance can be used: for all oven cooking of deserts, pizzas, meat, fish, vegetables, as 

well as for gratinating, and for re-conditioning cooled and frozen foods. 

When placing food in the cooking compartment, leave a space of at least 40 mm between 

pans in order not to over-obstruct air circulation.  

Do not use pans with higher than necessary edges: edges are barriers which prevent the 

circulation of hot air. 

Warm up the oven before every cooking operation to obtain maximum uniformity. 

Do not salt foods in the cooking compartment. 

6. Residual risks (for the user) 

After a cooking operation, open the door cautiously, to avoid a violent outflow of heat which 

could cause burns. 

While the oven is in operation, pay attention to the hot zones (marked on the appliance) of 

its external surfaces. 

Place the machine on a bench or similar support, at a height of at least 85 cm from the floor. 

The bench or support must be able to support the weight of the machine  and house it 


The appliance contains electrical parts and must never be washed with a jet of water or 


The appliance is electrically connected: before attempting any cleaning operation, cut power 

to the appliance. 

To prevent incorrect connection of the appliance, the relevant electrical and water 

connections are marked by identification plates. 

If the internal glass panel of the door has to be cleaned, it must be dismantled with the help 

of a second operator: one operator supports the glass panel, while the other unscrews its 
securing screws. 


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7. How to use the control panel






"Discharge vapour" knob 



"End of cooking" programming knob 



Control thermostat knob 



Automatic humidifier knob 



Line switch key (ON/OFF Key) 



"End of cooking" programmer indicator 



Control thermostat indicator light 



Automatic humidifier indicator light 



Power line indicator light 







Fig. 1 

Fig. 2


Fig. 3



Programming cooking time - To run the oven, turn the programmer knob (Fig. 1) in line with 

symbol   (continuous operation) or in line with the selected cooking time (up to 120 minutes). 
In the second case, end of cooking is signalled by the oven switching OFF automatically. 

Programming cooking temperature - Turn the knob of the adjustment thermostat (Fig. 2) in 

line with the temperature selected for cooking. 

Programming vapour quantity - To generate vapour while the oven is in operation (cooking 

compartment hot), turn the knob of the automatic humidifier (Fig. 3) in line with the required 
value (from 1 to 5). If you turn the knob to position • (OFF) the humidifier will stop operating. 


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If you turn the knob to positions “1” to “4”, the humidifier operates by generating vapour 

(water is introduced into the cooking compartment) at automatically adjusted, cyclically 

repeated time intervals (The higher the number the higher the humidifier operating time and 

thus a higher quantity of vapour is produced). 



If you turn the knob to position "5", automatic control of the humidifier is disabled - it now 

operates by continuously introducing water into the cooking compartment (continuous 

production of vapour). 



Before beginning to run the automatic humidifier, stabilise the temperature inside the 

cooking compartment at a value of at least 150°C KF 981 and 110°C KF 981 UD, order to 

optimise vapour production.


Line key (ON/OFF) - To electrically power up the appliance, press the key of the line switch to 

"ON". In this state, the oven is ready to operate.


Line indicator light - The green line-indicator light indicates that the oven is electrically 

connected to the power supply line. 

"End of cooking" programmer indicator light - The programmer orange indicator light 

indicate that the oven is operating and that cooking time is active. 

Control thermostat indicator light - The control thermostat orange indicator light goes OFF 

whenever the programmed temperature is reached inside the cooking compartment. It lights up 
again when the thermostat is tripped to re-establish this temperature.


Automatic humidifier indicator light - The green indicator light of the automatic humidifier 

indicates that the water solenoid-valve is operating and, therefore, vapour is being produced in 
the cooking compartment. 

Oven internal light - The light is always on when the oven is operating. 

To switch off the oven - Turn OFF the knobs of the "end of cooking" programmer and of the 

thermostat and press the line switch key to "OFF". When you have finished using the oven, 
shut off the water ON/OFF tap upstream of the appliance and cut out electric power. 

8. Oven cooking 

For cooking, before putting food in, warm up the oven to the required temperature. When 

the oven reaches the temperature, put the food in and check cooking time. Switch off the oven 
5 minutes before the theoretical time in order to recover stored heat. 

Convection cooking  (dry heat) - Operate the oven and turn the thermo state knob to the 

desired temperature. 

Convection cooking + steam (dry heat + wet heat) - Operate the oven and turn the thermo 

state knob to the desired temperature and the humidifier know the desired steam quantity. 

De freezing - Operate the oven and turn the thermo state knob and the humidifier knob in 

correspondence of position OFF (•). 


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9. Cleaning (WARNING: Cut power  to the appliance before every operation) 

General cleaning - Clean the oven when it is cold. Wash enamelled parts with lukewarm 

water and soap, do not use abrasive products, steel wool, or acids, which could ruin them.  To 
clean the steel parts, do not use products containing chlorine (sodium hypochlorite, hydrochloric 
acid, etc) even if diluted. Use specific off-the-shelf products or a little hot vinegar. Rinse 
thoroughly with water and dry with a soft cloth. Clean the glass door of the oven with hot 
water only, and do not use rough cloths. Do not allow foods (especially acid foods such as salt, 
vinegar, lemon, etc) to stagnate on the stainless steel parts, because they could deteriorate. Do 
not wash the appliance with direct jets of water, because if water enters, this could limit the 
appliance's safety. Do not use corrosive substances (e.g. hydrochloric acid) to clean the oven' s 
support bench. 

Cleaning the oven - It is good practice to clean the oven interior at the end of every day of 

duty. In this way it will be easier to remove cooking residues, preventing them from burning 
when the oven is next used. Clean it accurately with hot water and soap or with the appropriate 
off-the-shelf products. 

Cleaning the door - The glass panel of the door facing inwards toward cooking compartment 

can be cleaned with the same type of degreasing product used to clean the compartment. 
Otherwise, you can use  normal glass cleaning product (non toxic). A common glass detergent 
can be used also to clean the glass panel of the door facing outward. In all cases, you may just 
use tepid soapy water. After rinsing, thoroughly dry the glass surface with a soft cloth. If 
opaque sections form between the two glass panels of the door, they can be eliminated after 
dismantling the internal glass panel. Procedure: unscrew the 4 screws securing the glass panel 
(grip, between your thumb and index finger, the knurled ring-nut of the screw and turn it anti-
clockwise). Take great care not to allow the 4 plastic washers to drop - they protect the glass 
against direct contact with the metal part of the screw. To facilitate removal of the internal glass 
panel, first unscrew the two screws which secure the glass panel to the bottom of the door (the 
panel stays hung). To ensure a successful job, we advise you, in any case, to carry it out with the 
help of a second operator (one operator supports the glass panel while the other unscrews its 
securing screws in complete safety). After you have removed the dirt between the two glass 
panels, re-install the interior panel, following the instructions in reverse order. 

Cleaning the fans - The fans must be periodically cleaned with specific anti-lime scale 

products. All the parts must be carefully cleaned, removing all lime scale deposits. To have 
access to the fans remove the fan casing after removing the screws that fix it to the cooking 
chamber. When cleaning is complete, replace the casing and screws. 

Cleaning the door seal - For hygiene and good operations, it is good practice to clean the 

door seal at the end of each day’s work. It should be carefully washed with warm soapy water, 
rinsed and dried with a soft cloth. Any incrustations or food deposits must be carefully removed, 
without using sharp metal tools which could irreparably damage the seal. 


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10. Maintenance 

General information - A periodic control (at least once a year) of the appliance aids to 

guarantee long life and correct operations. Any sort of maintenance work on the appliance 
must be done exclusively by technically qualified operators who have been trained in the 
maintenance work on this appliance. Before beginning any sort of maintenance work on the 
appliance, turn the power supply off (at the magnetothermal safety switch upstream from the 
appliance) and let it cool down. Access is gained to the inside components that could require 
maintenance work by removing the left side of the appliance. 

Changing the lighting lamp in the cooking chamber - The lamp is housed between the two 

door glasses; to replace it remove the internal glass as described in the paragraph: “Cleaning 
the door”. After removing the internal glass, replace the lamp with another with the same 
specifications: 12V  35W 300°C (this is a halogen lamp and should not be touched with your 
bare hands). 

Changing the door seal - The door seal has a rigid profile with 3 fixing tabs. The profile must 

be fitted into the guide on the face of the cooking chamber. The rectangular seal fits perfectly 
into the frame of the guide and, therefore, the seal profile fits perfectly onto the face of the 
cooking chamber. To change the seal, remove the old one from the guide by pulling hard at the 
four corners. Clean any dirt from the guide and introduce the new seal (to make this operation 
easier, we advise dampening the seal profile with soapy water). 

Resetting the thermal breaker safety device - This device is reached by removing the left side 

of the appliance and can be reset by pressing the red key right down (which is marked by a 
special adhesive label), which is inside the electric components compartment. 


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Possible faults 


Type of fault 


Corrective action 



Incorrect electric connections to the 




Check the mains connection 



No mains voltage 



Restore mains voltage 

Control panel 

completely off (the oven 

does not work) 



Thermal break safety device tripped



Reset the thermal break safety 




Door open or ajar 



Close the door 

Cooking cycle set: the 

oven does not work 



Damaged magnetic sensor 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the sensor 



Incorrect connection to water 




Check the connection to water 




Cut-off cock closed 



Check the cut-off cock 



Blocked water inlet filter 



Clean the filter 

Automatic humidifier 

ON: no steam is 

produced in the cooking 




Damaged water inlet solenoid 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the solenoid 



Seal not fitted correctly 



Check the seal fitting 



Damaged seal 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the seal 

Door closed: steam 

comes out of the seal 



Handle prong loosened 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the prong 



One of the motors is blocked or 

turns slowly 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the motor 



The motors do not go into reverse 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the motor 

The oven does not cook 




Heating element not powered or is 




Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the element 



Damaged lamp 



Change the lamp 

Lighting lamp in the 

cooking chamber does 

not work 



Damaged lamp feeder 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the feeder 



Device damaged 



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the feeder 

The thermo safety 

device turns on in 




Regulating thermo state damaged  



Contact a qualified technician to 

repair the feeder 


11. Technical service 

Before leaving the factory, the appliance was completely regulated and tested by expert 

specialised personnel to guarantee the best operating results. 

All repairs and settings must be performed with utmost care and attention, respecting 

national safety regulations in force. Always contact your retailer or our nearest Service Centre, 
giving details of the problem, the appliance model and the serial number (on the rating plate on 
the rear panel). 

For any maintenance the user can contact Tecnoeka by calling the telephone numbers on the 

cover or going to 




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12. Informations to the consumers


Further to Directive 2002/96/EC, the symbol of the crossed rubbish skip on 
the appliance means that at the end of its life, the product must be 
disposed of separately from the other rubbish. The user must hand the 
appliance to a specialised waste collection centre for electric and electronic 
The separate collection of the rubbish and subsequent treatment, recovery and disposal help to 
produce other equipment using recycled materials, reducing the negative effects on the 
environment and public health, which would be caused by incorrect management of the 
Should the user dispose of the product abusively, administrative sanctions would be applied





13. Wiring layout 





Power terminal board 


Power line switch 

"End of cooking" programmer 

T1 Safety 


T2 Oven 


U Automatic 



Power line indicator light 

S2 Programmer 

indicator light 

S3 Thermostat 

indicator light 

S4 Automatic 

humidifier indicator light 

Transformer for oven lamp 

L Oven 



V1-V2 Radial motoventilators 
R1-R2  Circular heating elements 

Solenoid-valve for automatic humidifier

B Contactor 


C1-C2 Capacitors 

Operating direction reversing element 

MI Door 




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14. The Warranty 

Your appliance is covered by warranty. The seller will replace or repair (and his decision will be final), 

free of charge for the customer, only those parts that are defective due to a manufacturing fault on 
condition that, under penalty of forfeiture: 


for domestic equipment, the customer notifies the fault within two months from the date when 

he/she discovered it and anyway within 2 years form the date of purchase; 


for professional equipment, the customer notifies the fault within 8 days from the date when 
he/she discovered it and anyway within 12 months from the date of purchase, 

by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt and enclosing the invoice or receipt proving the 
Apart from the case when the customer cannot produce the invoice or receipt proving the purchase or 
when the above-mentioned terms are not complied with, the warranty is expressly excluded in the 
following cases: 



faults or breakage caused by the transport; 



wrong or incorrect installation of the product (for instance because of insufficient draught of the 
flue or  exhausts) in light of the instructions given in the user’s handbook supplied with the 



inadequate or abnormal electrical, hydraulic and/or gas supplies; 



carelessness, negligence or incompetence in using the product in light of the instructions given in 
the user’s handbook supplied with the product; 



use of the product for uses different from the one for which it was built or anyway in a manner 
not compliant with the instructions given in the user’s handbook supplied with the product; 



tampering with the product; 



adjustments and/or maintenance and/or repairs carried out by unauthorised personnel and/or 
with non original spare parts; 



inadequate or careless maintenance of the product in contrast with the user’s handbook supplied 
with the product; 



damages caused by fire, natural disasters and accident as well as by any cause not attributable to 

The warranty explicitly excludes: varnished or enamelled parts, knobs, handles, movable or removable 
plastic parts, bulbs, glass parts, refractories and any accessories. 

TECNOEKA SRL cannot be held responsible for any damages, either direct or indirect, caused by the 
product breaking down or following its non-use. 

Any repairs carried out during the warranty do not cause said warranty to be extended or renewed. 

Nobody is authorised to modify the terms and conditions of the warranty or to issue new verbal or 
written warranties. 

The warranty is valid only for appliances installed in the European Union. 

Any dispute shall be settled by the competent Court in Padua. 

Warning for the Buyer: 



the cooking appliance is designed only for cooking purposes while the heating appliance is 
designed only for heating domestic environments; 



TECNOEKA S.r.l. does not install the appliances; the seller shall be responsible for any installation 
carried out; 



TECNOEKA S.r.l. cannot be held responsible for any damages, either direct or indirect, to people, 
pets or property caused by the appliance breaking down or following its non-use. 


The Manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies due to misprints or mistakes in 
copying in this handbook. The Manufacturer reserves the right to modify the products as he deems fit, 
also in the interest of the user, without affecting the vital characteristics of functionality and safety.