Flashing “CHEC” continuously
When your Antunes Toaster displays “CHEC” on the display, it may be overheating. This problem usually indicates a malfunction with the control board, cooling fan, or side vents. It is important to check these components and call a service technician if necessary. If the error continues, your toaster may be damaged or have broken parts.
Flashing “HI” and “LO” after 20 or 30 minutes
Your toaster has a problem that makes the control display blink “HI” and “LO” after 20 to 30 minutes. The problem may be caused by a faulty platen or a failed control board. In this case, you should contact a technician.
Unloading product from antunes toaster
If you are experiencing problems with your Antunes Toaster, it may be a sign that the appliance is having a malfunction. Depending on the model, this issue can be caused by any number of problems. For example, you may have accidentally plugged the power cord in incorrectly, or the high-limit control may have tripped. If this is the case, it may be a good idea to unplug the appliance and reset it before attempting to fix it. If this does not solve the problem, you may need to contact Antunes Technical Service.
To reset the Toaster’s calibration, you should follow these steps. To start, open the Front Door and hold the Partial Load Control Knob down. Hold this position until the Amber light lights up. After that, the Ready Light should come on within 85 to 125 seconds. If the times are correct, the calibration is successful. If the times are incorrect, adjust them by using the timers at the rear of the unit.