Actually, I was looking for this information for 3 years!...now thanks to you, the manual is on my hands and of great help, cause I understand now where I was doing wrong connections and wires...excellent, I'll be back to you if in need, thank you.
This manual covers the main equipment features only. While it also includes the procedure for saving and loading from the now long obsolete memory cards it does not mention the how to operate with the optional floppy drive interface so I am still at a loss about how to use this! Note that there is a separate manual covering the MIDI interface and programming via the keyboard, not included in this download. You will also need to get hold of this if you want to use the MIDI interface properly. Basically there is little difference between this manual and the free to download manual for the similar PR60 model.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before carrying out any maintenance and cleaning operations, make sure that the appliance is ISOLATED from the electricity supply. Helpful Tips Â Make sure the bottom of utensils and cooking areas are clean and dry. Â Select the correct heat settings and use saucepans large enough to accommodate the food to eliminate boilovers and splattering. Â If possible, wipe up food spills from adjacent heating areas before using the areas for cooking. Note Â Use recommended ceramic hob cleaners only. Cleaning Â To keep exterior trims and control panel in a spotless condition, wipe after each use with a warm soapy cloth. Â Wipe the control knobs with a damp cloth, which has been wrung out in hot, soapy water, then dry thoroughly. Â Remove any food spills on the hob as soon as possible with a damp cloth. Â Make sure that the hob is cool before applying any cleaning materials. Ceramic Hobs Use Cleaner Conditioner daily. As it cleans, it leaves a protective coating of silicone on the smooth surface, which helps to prevent scratches and abrasions in which food particles can collect. It also helps to prevent build up of mineral deposits and will make future clean-ing easier. Â Apply a dab of cleaner in the centre of each cooking zone to be cleaned (for normal cleaning, start with about 5 ml spoonful of cleaner, apply more if needed). Dampen a cloth and then proceed to clean the hob. To remove more stubborn marks use a slightly dampened non-stick pan cleaner (e.g. Scotchbrite or Vileda). Â Wipe off this application with another clean damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Â Any smearing or hazing on the surface can be removed with a lightly dampened cloth and then be polished with a soft dry cloth. Note Â If a wet paper towel is used to remove spills from a warm cooking area, be careful to avoid steam burns. Â Do not use a sponge or dishcloth. They will leave a film of water and possible detergent on heating areas, which will turn brown and resemble discoloura-tion, next time the area is heated. If this happens, apply Cleaner Conditioner to remove it. How To Deal With Metal Marks 10 Â Metal deposits can be identified as grey/brown marks on the ceramic surface and are usually caused by dragging saucepans with aluminium bases, particularly when new, across the ceramic surface. Â To avoid these marks, protect the surface of the hob with Cleaner Conditioner and lift the saucepans across the heated areas. Ensure that new aluminium based saucepans are well scrubbed on the base to remove any rough edges and take off any deposits left from manufacture. Â The marks are easily removable, providing they are cleaned off straight away using the recommended cleaners, and are not allowed to burn onto the ceramic surface for long periods. About Discolouration Discolouration occurs on the surface not IN it. By following proper care and cleaning recommen-dations the surface will remain clean and bright. The cooking surface should be cleaned thoroughly each day to remove all visible spills. Cleaner Conditioner has been specially formulated, use only as much as necessary. If the Ceaner Conditioner is used too generously, a heavy film may be left that will burn on and discolour when the areas are heated. When this occurs, lightly scrub the surface with a dampened non-stick pan cleaner, this will help to loosen the excess Cleaner Conditioner. Then wipe the surface with a dampenend cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth. Important notes Â In the event of the hob being scratched, spills will collect and appear as fine lines. These are not fully removable but can be minimised by the daily use of Cleaner Conditioner. These scratches do not affect the cooking peformance. Â Spills from sugar solutions MUST be removed from the hob before the syrup has set, otherwise damage to the glass ceramic surface will occur. Â Do not place aluminium foil dishes on the hot surface as these will cause damage to the hob. Â Hobrite and Corning Cleaner Conditioners are the current recommended cleaner for use on the ceramic hob. Â Cleaner Conditioner is for the ceramic hob only and must NOT be used as general all purpose cleaner.