This document covers ARX* and MRX* series models Owner’s Manual HIGH SPEED COMMERCIAL COMBINATION OVEN Keep these instructions for future reference. If the equipment changes ownership, be sure this manual accompanies equipment.
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Model Identification When contacting ACP, provide product information. Product information is located on oven serial plate.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ⚠⚠RECOGNIZE THIS SYMBOL AS A SAFETY MESSAGE ⚠⚠WARNING When using electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should be followed to reduce the risk of burns, electrical shock, fire, or injury to persons including the following. 1. READ all instructions before using equipment. 10.
⚠⚠WARNING ⚠⚠WARNING Liquids such as water, coffee, or tea are able to be overheated beyond the boiling point without appearing to be boiling due to surface tension of the liquid. Visible bubbling or boiling when the container is removed from the microwave oven is not always present. THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN A SPOON OR OTHER UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID. To reduce the risk of injury to persons: To avoid risk of fire in the oven cavity: a.
Grounding and Installation Grounding/Earthing Instructions Oven MUST be grounded. Grounding reduces risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current if an electrical short occurs. This oven is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded. ⚠⚠WARNING To avoid risk of electrical shock or death, this oven must be grounded and plug must not be altered.
Cooking Tips Cooking Tips 1. M etal containers can be used in the ARX & MRX oven with a height no more than 1½ inches (38mm). Different types of metal conduct heat at different speeds. Aluminum heats faster than stainless steel. Avoid using silicone pans and accessories. 2. Stage cooking aids in retaining the quality of frozen and delicate foods. Finishing baked goods at 0% Microwave and Fan is a great way to get the added browning and crisping without overcooking. 3.
Features 4 5 6 2 7 8 9 3 1 6. USB Port / Protective Cover 1. Door Handle The oven is equipped with an USB Data Port. Use with standard flash drives. Ergonomically designed for one handed operation. 2. Unit Serial Number 7. Ethernet Port Located inside the door and on the back of the oven. The oven is equipped with an Ethernet Port. Use with standard Ethernet cables. 3. Air Filters The oven has 3 magnetic air filters. Two located on the lower sides of the oven and one located below the door. 8.
Touch Panel Menu Descriptions MENU SCREEN • Scroll up or down to choose from different categories CHANGE TEMPERATURE • Changes current oven temperature MANUAL RECIPE • Manually enter settings for a recipe EDIT RECIPE • Change current oven temperature MOVE RECIPE • Move/reorganize individual programmed recipes MANAGE FOLDERS • Add or edit recipe folders MANAGE TABS • Add or edit recipe tabs NETWORK • Connect the oven to Wi-Fi LOAD FILE • Transfer a menu file to the oven via USB flas
Touch Screen Icon Descriptions POWER ON ICON • Press to preheat oven.(Fan will continue to run if temperature is over 200°F / 95°C). MENU ICON • Press to access a menu screen for manually editing recipes, changing user options, etc.
General Oven Operation Power On Oven, Preheat Power Off Oven This oven can be set to a preheat temperature between 200°F (95°C) and 520°F (270°C). At the end of the day, turn the oven off by touching the green “Power” icon on the screen. The oven will begin cooling down.. Oven must be plugged in. (Screen The oven fan will continue to run to cool the oven. will power on to “Standby mode” within approximately 30 seconds.
Preprogrammed Menu The home screen on the oven displays recipe options. Scroll up and down with your finger to navigate through on screen menus and recipes. After the oven has preheated, the menu appears. The high speed oven comes preprogrammed with several menu items to simplify cooking. Note: Please see the next page for settings of each preprogrammed menu item. Standard Preprogrammed Menu Items: 1. Breakfast Casserole 10. Salmon 2. Breakfast Sandwich 11. Roasted Vegetables 3. Omelet 12.
Preprogrammed Menu Items The high speed oven comes preprogrammed with several menu items to simplify cooking. You may use these items as a basis for developing new menu items.
Manual Cooking Note: “Manual cooking” must be enabled in user options (see page 22 and page 23 ) Use manual cooking when a specific entered time and cooking power levels are desired. It’s very useful when you are experimenting with new food items. Maximum cook time is 99:99 (100 minutes and 13 seconds) . Microwave and Fan can be set to power levels between 0-100%. Note: You may also create and edit recipes using the ACP Programming Application. 2 1. After oven has preheated touch blue menu icon.
Manual Programming Save a Menu Item from Manual Cook: Note: For larger, and more complex menus, it may be more manageable to create and edit menus using the ACP Programming Application. For detailed instructions, please visit: acpsolutions.com/ oven-programming/ 1. To save the settings and create menu item, touch the blue save icon 2. Choose a background color and icon, or an image to customize the menu item. Touch the right arrow to move to the next screen. 3.
Manual Organization: Folders Manually Create a Recipe Folder: Note: You may also create folders using the ACP Programming Application. 1. Touch the blue menu icon at the bottom of the screen. 2 2. Touch the “Manage Folders” option in the menu screen. 3. To create new folder, touch grey folder icon at the bottom of screen. 4. Choose a background color and icon, or an image to customize the folder. Touch the right arrow icon. 5. Name folder and touch the green check mark to save. 6.
Manual Organization: Tabs Manually Create a Recipe Tab Note: You may also add recipe tabs using the ACP Programming Application. 2 1. Touch the blue menu icon at the bottom of the screen. 2. Touch the “Manage Tabs” option in the menu screen. 3. Touch the “Add Tab” option 4. A new tab will appear at the top of the screen. 5. Touch the home icon to return to the main screen. Manually Edit an Existing Recipe Tab Note: You may also edit tabs using the ACP Programming Application. 1.
Oven Programming: USB Flash Drive Caution: Uploading a new file will overwrite existing items on oven. To ensure items are not lost, first backup files by exporting to USB drive. 2 Export Menu via USB Flash Drive 1. Touch the blue menu icon at the bottom of the screen. 2. Scroll down and touch the “Load File” option 3. When prompted, insert the flash drive into the USB port 4. When prompted, select “Export Files”. “Copying Files” screen will appear.
Oven Programming: Wi-Fi and Ethernet Connect Oven to Network: 1. Touch the blue menu icon at the bottom of the screen. 2 2. Touch the “Network” option. 3. Connect to network using your choice of Ethernet or Wifi: To connect via Wi-Fi: • Enable Wi-Fi capability by touching the “On” option. • Select the desired Wi-Fi network. Enter the network’s password. If the network does not immediately appear, touch “Search” to locate the Wi-Fi network.
Care and Cleaning Follow the recommendations below and on the following page for proper maintenance of ARX & MRX ovens. ⚠⚠ The use of caustic cleaning products or those containing ammonia, phosphates, chlorine, sodium or potassium hydroxide (lye) can damage critical oven parts. Do not use water pressure type cleaning systems. Use of unapproved cleaning agents will void the terms of the warranty.
Care and Cleaning 1. PREPARE OVEN DAILY CLEANING: 1. Shut oven off by pressing ON/OFF button. The fan will run for a few minutes to cool the oven interior faster. Let the oven interior reach room temperature before cleaning. Note: To accelerate cool down time of oven, put a tray filled with ice in oven cavity after shutting the oven down. 2. Once cooled, remove cook plate and other accessories from the cavity. FOR OVENS WITH NON-STICK LINERS FOR OVENS WITHOUT NON-STICK LINERS 2.
User Options There are several options you can change to customize the operation of the oven for your business. The table on page 23 shows these options; the factory setting is shown in bold type. 2 Access and Modify User Options: 1. Touch the blue menu icon at the bottom of the screen. 2. Scroll down and touch to select “User Options.” 3. Use this menu to modify oven settings. Touch the left arrow to return to the menu after making each change.
Default User Options The table below shows the standard user options; the factory setting for each model is shown in bold type.
Before Calling for Service ⚠⚠WARNING To avoid electrical shock which can cause severe personal injury or death, do not remove outer case at any time. Only an authorized servicer should remove outer case. This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE Oven does not operate Confirm oven is plugged in. Confirm oven is connected to a grounded circuit.