Blue Seal GE570 Specifications

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
GAS TARGET TOP RANGE /
ELECTRIC OVENS
GE570 / GE576
232433-7
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Contents
Blue Seal Gas Target Top Range / Electric Ovens
GE570
Gas Target Top Range / Electric Static Oven.
GE576
Gas Target Top Range / Electric Convection Oven.
Introduction .............................................................................................. 2
Specification .............................................................................................. 3
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
General
Gas Supply Requirements
Gas Connection
Electrical Supply Requirements
Electrical Connection
Dimensions ................................................................................................ 5
Installation ................................................................................................ 6
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Assembly
Gas Connection
Electrical Connection
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................. 10
Operation Guide
Description of Controls
Lighting the Pilot Burner (Target Top)
Lighting the Main Burner (Target Top)
Oven
Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................... 13
General
After Each Use
Daily Cleaning
Weekly Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Fault Finding ............................................................................................ 15
Wiring Schematic..................................................................................... 16
GE570
GE576
Gas Conversion and Specifications.......................................................... 20
Conversion Procedure
Gas Specifications
Replacement Parts List............................................................................ 25
1
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your BLUE SEAL Gas Target Top Range / Electric Ovens,
and it will become a most valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new Blue Seal appliance, there are two important
things you can do.
Firstly:
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your BLUE SEAL dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
WARNING:
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY
DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
WARNING:
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS ARE TO BE POSTED IN A PROMINENT
LOCATION. THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
WARNING:
GREAT
CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY THE OPERATOR TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY TO GUARD IT AGAINST RISK
OF FIRE.
•
•
THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION IS
MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICEMAN TO ENSURE
CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.
•
DO NOT
•
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
CAUTION:
This appliance is;
•
For professional use and is to be used by qualified persons only.
•
Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation, servicing and
gas conversion operations.
•
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
•
DO NOT operate the appliance without the legs supplied fitted.
2
Specifications
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
GE570
Gas Target Top Range / Electric Static Oven - 900mm.
GE576
Gas Target Top Range / Electric Convection Oven - 900mm.
General
A commercial heavy duty, gas fired Target Top having a high output, two stage double-ring iron cast
burner offering accurate temperature control and infinitely variable heat with the heat radiating out
from the centre of the Target Top. The Main Burner is located underneath removable cast target top
plates.
With a heavy duty, high efficiency electric static or convection oven options, fitted with a 900mm,
6.5kW electric static oven and a 6.6kW Convection Oven created for compact modular kitchens.
Both ovens are fitted with 4.5kW bottom element and 2.0kW top element. The Convection oven is
fitted with a 100W oven fan motor.
Gas Supply Requirements
Input Rating
(N.H.G.C.)
Supply Pressure
Operating Pressure
Natural Gas
LP Gas / Butane
Town Gas (**)
45MJ/hr
45MJ/hr
45MJ/hr
(42,650BTU)
42,650BTU)
42,650BTU)
1.13 - 3.40kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
0.75 - 1.50kPa
(4.5” - 13.5” w.c.)
(11” - 18” w.c.)
(3” - 6” w.c.)
1.0kPa (*)
2.6kPa (*)
0.63kPa (*)
(4.0” w.c.)
(10.0” w.c.)
(2.5” w.c.)
Gas Connection
¾” BSP Male
NOTE:
•
(*) The burner operating pressure is to be measured at the manifold test point with the
main burner operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
•
NAT, LPG & Butane Only - The operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when converting between gasses, if required.
•
TOWN GAS Only - The burner operating pressure is to be adjusted using the adjustable
gas regulator supplied.
(**) Town Gas Option is only available with specific ex-factory built Town Gas models,
which can also be converted to any other gas. Standard models can only be converted
between Nat. Gas, LP Gas and Butane, but not Town Gas.
•
•
Refer to the ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications' section of this manual for further
details.
3
Specifications
Gas Connection
Gas supply connection point is located at the rear of the appliance, approximately 130mm from the
right hand side, 32mm from the rear and 655mm from the floor and is reached from beneath the
appliance. An optional underside connection is available. (Refer to the ‘Dimensions’ section).
Connection is ¾" BSP male thread.
Electrical Supply Requirements
1-Phase Connection
1P+N+E
230-240V
MODEL
3-Phase Connection
3P+N+E
400-415V
GE570
6.5kW,
26.6 Amps @ 235V
6.5kW
L1 - 8.2 Amps
L2 - 9.2 Amps
L3 - 9.2 Amps
GE576
6.8kW,
27.9 Amps @ 235V
6.8kW
L1 - 9.5 Amps
L2 - 9.2 Amps
L3 - 9.2 Amps
Electrical Connection
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE
MUST BE EARTHED.
IF
THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
Electrical supply connection point is located at the rear of the appliance, approximately 69mm from
the right hand side and 484mm from the rear and 150mm from the floor.
When connecting a this electric appliance to the mains supply, ensure that the following is carried
out:• An isolating switch is fitted within 2m of the appliance, but not on the appliance and in
such a position that the user does not have to reach across the cooking surface.
• Supply cord shall be oil-resistant, sheathed flexible cable and not lighter than ordinary
polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic elastomer sheathed cord (as per AS / NZS
3191 part 2.10.11. or IEC 60245-IEC-57) e.g. HO5 RN-F Type.
• The branch supply line shall be individually overload protected to the correct current rating
and the supply chord shall be protected against any mechanical or thermal damage.
• A grommet is fitted around the wiring entry hole into the appliance.
• All wiring connections must be tight.
Refer to the appropriate wiring standards for the size of cable that is to be supplied to an appliance
for the current drawn on that line.
4
Dimensions
Dimensions
GE570 / GE576
5
Installation
Installation Requirements
NOTE:
• It is most important that this appliance is installed correctly and that operation is correct
before use. Installation shall comply with local gas, electrical and health and safety
requirements.
• This appliance shall be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent the occurrence of
unacceptable concentrations of health harmful substances in the room, the appliance is
installed in.
Blue Seal Target Top Range / Electric Ovens are designed to provide years of satisfactory service, and
correct installation is essential to achieve the best performance, efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with National installation codes and in addition, in accordance
with relevant National / Local codes covering gas, electrical and fire safety.
AUSTRALIA:
NEW ZEALAND:
Australia / New Zealand:
- AS5601
- NZS5261
- AS / NZS3000
- Gas Installations.
- Gas Installation.
- Wiring Rules.
Installations must be carried out by authorised persons only. Failure to install equipment to
the relevant codes and manufacturer’s specifications shown in this section will void the
warranty.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer are only
allowed to be adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by the
installation person.
Unpacking
• Remove all packaging and transit protection from the appliance including all protective plastic coating
from the exterior stainless steel panels.
• Check equipment and parts for damage. Report any damage immediately to the carrier and
distributor.
• Report any deficiencies to the distributor who supplied the appliance.
• Check that the available gas and electrical supply is correct to that shown on the rating plate located
on the front right hand corner of the bottom sill.
Location
1.
Installation must allow for a sufficient flow of fresh air for the combustion air supply.
Combustion Air Requirements:
GE570
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
3
GE576
Natural Gas
12m /hr
12m3/hr
LPG / Butane
12m3/hr
12m3/hr
Town Gas
12m3/hr
12m3/hr
Installation must include adequate ventilation means, to prevent dangerous build up of combustion
products.
Never directly connect a ventilation system to the appliance flue outlet.
Any gas burning appliance requires adequate clearance and ventilation for optimum and trouble-free
operation. The minimum installation clearances shown below are to be adhered to.
Position the appliance in its approximate working position.
All air for burner combustion is supplied from underneath the appliance. The legs must always be
fitted and no obstructions placed on the underside or around the base of the appliance, as
obstructions will cause incorrect operation and/or failure of the appliance.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by manufacturer are only allowed to be
adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by the installation person.
NOTE: Do not obstruct or block the appliances flue.
system to the appliance flue outlet.
6
Never directly connect a ventilation
Installation
Clearances
NOTE: Only non-combustible materials can be used in close proximity to this appliance.
Combustible Surface
Non Combustible Surface
Left / Right hand side
50mm
0mm
Rear
50mm
0mm
* Side clearances can be 50mm when the adjacent surface is at least 100mm below the cooking
surface.
Assembly
NOTE:
• All Models are delivered completely assembled. No further assembly is required. Refer to
the information below for assembly instructions.
• This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable the appliance to be positioned
securely and level. This should be carried out on completion of the gas connection. Refer
to the ‘Gas Connection’ section.
Optional Accessories (Refer to Replacement Parts List)
• Plinth Kit. For installation details, refer to the instructions supplied with each kit.
1.
2.
Check that all the feet (rollers) are securely fitted.
Adjust the feet to make the appliance steady and level.
Gas Connection
NOTE: ALL GAS FITTING MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.
1.
It is essential that the gas supply is correct for the appliance to be installed and that adequate
supply pressure and volume are available. The following checks should therefore be made before
installation:a. Gas Type the appliance has been supplied for is shown on the
coloured stickers located above the gas connection and next to
the rating plate. Check that this is correct for the gas supply
the appliance is being installed for. The gas conversion
procedure is detailed in this manual.
b. Supply Pressure required for this appliance is shown in the
'Specifications' section of this manual. Check the gas supply to
ensure adequate supply pressure exists.
c. The Input Rate of this appliance is stated on the Rating Plate
and in the 'Specifications' section of this manual. The input
rate should be checked against the available gas supply line
capacity. Particular note should be taken if the
appliance is being added to an existing installation.
Rating Plate
Location
Fig 1
NOTE: It is important that adequately sized piping runs directly to the connection joint on the
appliance with as few tees and elbows as possible to give maximum supply volume.
2.
Fit the gas regulator supplied, into the gas supply line as close to the appliance as possible.
7
Installation
NOTE:
• The burner operating pressure is to be measured at the manifold test point with the
main burner operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
• NAT, LPG & Butane Only - The operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when converting between gasses, if required.
• Refer to the ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications' section of this manual for further
details.
The regulator connections are 3/4" BSP female.
The connection to the appliance is 3/4" BSP male.
(Refer to the 'Specifications' section for the gas supply location dimensions).
NOTE: A Manual Isolation Valve must be fitted to the individual appliance supply line.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Correctly locate the appliance into its final operating position and using a spirit level, adjust the legs
so that the appliance is level and at the correct height.
Connect the gas supply to the appliance. A suitable joining compound which resists the breakdown
action of LPG must be used on every gas line connection, unless compression fittings are used.
Check gas operating pressure is as shown in the 'Specifications' section.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
NOTE: The burner operating pressure is to be measured at
the manifold test point with both burners operating
at ‘Full’ setting.
7.
8.
9.
Manifold Test
Point
Turn off the mains gas supply and bleed the gas out of
the appliance gas lines.
Turn on the gas supply and the appliance.
Verify the operating pressure remains correct.
Fig 2
Electrical Connection
NOTE: ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY AN AUTHORISED
PERSON.
WARNING:
THIS
APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IF
THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
Each appliance should be connected to an adequately protected power supply and isolation switch
mounted adjacent to, but not behind the appliance. This switch must be clearly marked and readily
accessible in case of fire.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check that the electricity supply is correct as shown on the Rating Plate attached to the lower front
hand side of the front sill panel.
The supply terminal connections are located at the rear of the appliance. Refer to ‘Electrical
Connections’ in the ‘Dimensions’ section of the manual.
Open the oven door and remove the oven control panel to allow connection access for the electrical
supply.
Connect the mains supply to L1, L2 and L3 connection terminals. Refer to the 'Electrical Supply
Requirements' section for connection details.
NOTE: This appliance can be converted from 3 Phase to Single Phase supply by connecting the
single phase input to L1 and adding a bridge wire between the L1, L2 and L3 connections,
(refer to Fig 3 opposite and the information shown in the 'Electrical Supply Requirements
Table' in the 'Specifications' Section).
8
Installation
C AUTIO N :
Changing the supply from 3 phase to single phase will increase the electrical
current loading on the supply cable. Ensure that the supply cable used is of a
sufficient size for the current loading, refer to the 'Electrical Supply
Requirements' table overleaf.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Connect neutral and earth conductors to neutral stud
and earth stud respectively.
For all connections ensure that conductors are secure
and appropriately terminated.
Tighten the cable gland to secure against tension on
the cable.
Check that the polarity of each connection is correct
to the mains connection terminals markings on the
appliance.
Add bridging
wires between
L1, L2 and L3.
NOTE:
• This appliance must be earthed.
Neutral supply
connection to N
• Fixed wiring installations must incorporate an
all-pole disconnection switch.
9.
10.
11.
Correctly locate the appliance into its final operating
position and using a spirit level, adjust the legs so
that the appliance is level and at the correct height.
Connect the power supply to the appliance.
Check that the electrical supply is within the input
rating specification, refer to the 'Specifications'
section).
Phase supply
connection to L1
P
N
Fig 3
Commissioning
1.
Before leaving the new installation;
a. Check the following functions in accordance with the operating instructions specified in the
'Operation' section of this manual.
• Light the Target Top Pilot Burner.
• Light the Target Top Main Burner.
• Check the Target Top Low Fire Burner operation.
• Check the Target Top High Fire Burner operation.
• Check the Oven Heating.
• Check the Oven Thermostat operation.
• Check the Oven Fan operation (GEC models only).
• Check the current draw and loading for the equipment. Refer specification section for correct
electrical requirements.
• Check that all the connections are correct and that all cover panels have been re-fitted.
• Ensure that this instruction manual is left with the appliance.
• Ensure that all the relevant details and contacts have been added to the front of this manual.
b. Ensure that the operator has been instructed in the areas of correct lighting, operation, and
shutdown procedure for the appliance.
2.
This manual must be kept by the owner for future reference, and a record of the Date of
Purchase, Date of Installation and Serial Number of the Appliance recorded and kept with
this manual. (These details can be found on the Rating Plate attached to the front right
hand corner of the bottom sill. Refer to the ‘Gas Connection’ section).
NOTE:
• If for some reason it is not possible to get the appliance to operate correctly, turn off the
electrical power and gas supply and contact the supplier of this appliance.
• Make sure that the electrical and gas supply are turned off before any service or
maintenance work is carried out on the appliance.
9
Operation
Operation Guide
C AUTIO N :
• This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
people.
• Only authorised service persons should be used to carry out installation,
servicing or gas conversion operations.
• Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
1.
2.
by
the
Blue Seal appliances have been designed to provide simplicity of operation and 100% safety
protection.
Improper operation is therefore almost impossible, however bad operation practices can reduce the
life of the appliance and produce a poor quality product. To use this appliance correctly please read
the following sections carefully:•
Lighting the Pilot Burner (Target Top).
•
Lighting the Main Burner (Target Top).
•
Oven.
Target Top Gas
Control Knob
Description of Controls
๐
OFF Position
PILOT Burner
HIGH Flame
LOW Flame
Oven Top Heat Control
๐
Heating Indicator
Lamps (Amber)
for Top &
Bottom Elements
Power Indicator
Lamp (White)
Fig 4
LOW
1
2
3
4
OFF Position
Position
Position
Position
Position
Position
HIGH Position
Oven Thermostat
Control
๐
OFF Position
Temperature
Graduations 50°C to
320°C
10
Operation
Lighting the Pilot Burner (Target Top)
1.
Remove centre casting with the casting removal tool.
2.
Depress the control knob and rotate anti-clockwise to the ‘PILOT’ position.
3.
With the control knob depressed, manually light the pilot burner located in front of the main burner.
4.
Hold in the control knob for approximately 10 to 15 seconds, then release.
5.
The pilot burner should remain alight. If not repeat Items 2 to 4 above until the pilot burner
lights.
Lighting the Main Burner (Target Top)
1.
Ensure that pilot burner is alight by checking through the hole in the centre of the front control
panel or by removing the centre casting with casting removal tool.
2.
Rotate the gas control knob anti-clockwise to the position marked ‘HIGH’.
3.
The main burner will now ignite automatically off the pilot burner.
4.
Once lit the main burner will be burning at full rate. For a lower heat turn the gas control knob fully
anti-clockwise to the ‘LOW’ position.
5.
Also for intermediate heat, position the gas control knob between the ‘HIGH’ and ‘LOW’ positions.
NOTE: Always set the gas control knob to the ‘HIGH’ position when lighting the main burner. If the
pilot burner goes out during normal operation wait 5 minutes before relighting.
6.
The cast iron work surface has a heat pattern that can be used effectively by positioning cooking
pans etc. appropriately according to heat requirement.
200 / 250
250 / 300
300 / 350
150 / 200
200 / 250
350 / 400
250 / 300
Fig 5
Fig 6
Heat Pattern for Target Top on full heat (°C)
Heat Pattern for Target Top on Low Heat (°C)
IMPORTANT
Should any abnormal operation like;
- ignition problems,
- abnormal burner flame,
- burner control problems,
- partial or full loss of burner flame in normal operation,
be noticed, the appliance requires IMMEDIATE service by a qualified service person and shall
not be used until such service is carried out.
11
Operation
Oven
! IMPORTANT
DO NOT USE aluminium foil or trays directly on the cast iron sole plate(s).
NEVER block or cover the openings on each side of the sole plate(s).
The oven is fitted with top and bottom elements. The thermostat maintains the overall oven
temperature. The top element is further controlled by the oven top heat control. Convection Ovens
(GE570 / GE576) are fitted with a circulation fan.
NOTE: The Thermostat on the static oven provides overall control of the temperature within the
oven by controlling both elements, where as the Oven Top Heat Control provides a means
of balancing the distribution of heat between the top and bottom of the oven.
Place oven racks in desired position.
Preheat:
Preheat the oven by selecting the desired temperature, and turning the oven top heat control (Refer
to Fig 2 on previous page) to a maximum of 2. When the desired temperature is reached, the amber
neon will go out.
! IMPORTANT
DO NOT USE aluminium foil or trays directly on the cast iron sole plate(s).
NEVER block or cover the openings on each side of the sole plate(s).
Cooking:
When the desired temperature has been reached, load the oven with product and set the oven top
heat control to the desired setting.
NOTE: When the oven top heat control is set to a high setting, proportionally more heat is
produced at the top of the oven. (This can be used for browning, etc, during the cooking
operation). With the oven top heat control set on a low setting, less heat is produced from
the top oven elements. (This mode is used for general baking purposes to prevent cakes,
etc, from getting too brown and crisp on the top, but allow the cake to cook through).
To obtain more top heat during cooking, turn the oven top heat control to a higher position. (The
higher the setting, the more top heat).
Turning ‘OFF’ the Oven:
a. Turn the oven top heat control to the ‘O’ off position. The top heating will be turned ‘OFF’ and
the upper heating indicator lamp (Amber) will extinguish.
b. Turn the thermostat control knob to the ‘O’ off position and the lower heating indicator lamp
(Amber) will extinguish. The oven is now turned ‘OFF’.
12
Cleaning and Maintenance
C AUTIO N :
Always turn ‘Off’ the electrical and gas supply before cleaning.
This appliance is not water proof.
Do not use water jet spray to clean interior or exterior of this appliance.
General
Clean the Target Top / Range regularly. A clean appliance looks better, will last longer and will
perform better. Carbonised grease on the cooking surface will hinder the transfer of heat from the
cooking surface to the food. This will result in loss of cooking efficiency.
DO NOT use water on the target top while this item is still hot as warping and cracking
may occur. Allow the Target Top / Range to cool down and then remove for cleaning.
NOTE:
• DO NOT use abrasive detergents, strong solvents or caustic detergents as they could
corrode or damage the target top / range.
• In order to prevent the forming of rust on the Target Top, ensure that any detergent or
cleaning material has been completely removed after each cleaning. The appliance should
be switched on briefly to ensure the target top becomes dry.
To keep your Target Top / Range clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow the procedures
shown below:After Each Use
Clean the Target Top / Range with a stiff nylon brush or a flexible spatula to remove any build up of
carbon.
Daily Cleaning
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Thoroughly clean the splash back, the interior and exterior surfaces of the Target Top / Range with
hot water, a mild detergent solution and a soft scrubbing brush.
Clean the control panel with a damp cloth lightly moistened with a solution of mild detergent and
water. Wipe dry with a clean dry cloth.
Brush the Target Top (cast iron) with a soft bristled brush followed by wiping with a cloth to prevent
accumulation of carbon.
Remove the drip tray and clean with a mild anti bacterial detergent and hot water solution using a
soft bristled brush. Dry the drip tray thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Dry the Target Top / Range thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
Weekly Cleaning
NOTE:
• If the Target Top / Range usage is very high, we recommend that the weekly cleaning
procedure is carried out on a more frequent basis.
• Ensure that protective gloves are worn during the cleaning process.
• DO NOT use harsh abrasive detergents, strong solvents or caustic detergents as they will
damage the Target Top / Range.
• DO NOT use water on the Target Top / Range while it is still hot as cracking may occur.
Allow the castings to cool and remove for cleaning.
13
Cleaning and Maintenance
Target Top
a. This should be kept clean of any build up of spillage’s of food. Provided the cast iron work
surface is regularly used it will maintain itself in good condition with no special cleaning
requirements being necessary.
b. Clean any food residue and spillage from the channels around the centre casting and main plates
before use.
c. DO NOT use water on the castings while they are still hot as cracking may occur.
Should it be necessary to clean the castings, allow the castings to cool and then remove for
cleaning. Clean using a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent and hot water solution and a
scrubbing brush. Dry thoroughly with a dry cloth.
d. Remove the drip tray and clean with a mild anti bacterial detergent and hot water solution using
a soft bristled brush. Dry the drip tray thoroughly with a dry cloth.
e. Clean the control panel with a damp cloth moistened with a solution of mild detergent and hot
water. Dry the control panel thoroughly with a dry soft cloth.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. Clean the exterior surfaces of the target top / range with hot water, a mild detergent solution
and a soft scrubbing brush. Note that the gas control knobs are a push fit onto the gas control
valve spindles and can be removed to allow cleaning of the front control panel.
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require a good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless
steel wool. Always apply cleaner when the appliance is cold and rub in the direction of the grain.
c. To remove any discolouration, use an approved stainless steel cleaner or stainless steel wool.
Always rub in the direction of the grain.
d. Remove the drip trays and clean with a mild anti bacterial detergent and hot water solution using
a soft bristled brush. Dry the drip trays thoroughly with a dry cloth before re-fitting.
e. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
Periodic Maintenance
NOTE: All maintenance operations should only be carried out by a qualified service person.
To achieve the best results cleaning must be regular and thorough and all controls and mechanical parts
should be checked and adjusted periodically by a qualified service person. If any small faults occur, have
them attended to promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown. It is recommended that
the appliance is serviced every 6 months.
Gas Control Valve Re-Greasing
The gas control valve should be dismantled and greased every 6
months to ensure the correct operation of the gas control valve.
To carry out this operation;a. Remove the gas control knobs from the gas tap spindles by
pulling the knobs away from the control panel.
b. Remove the drip tray from the appliance.
c. Remove the two screws on the underside of the control panel,
securing the control panel to the hob.
d. Remove the control panel from the front of the appliance.
e. Remove the 2 screws holding shaft plate to gas control body and
remove control shaft and plate. (See Fig 7). Note
orientation of shaft for correct re-assembly.
f. Using needle nose pliers or similar, pull out gas control
spindle, again noting its orientation.
g. Apply a suitable high temperature gas cock grease or
lubricant such as ROCOL - A.S.P (Anti scuffing paste) /
Dry Moly Paste to the outside of spindle. (See Fig 8).
h. Replace spindle and re-assemble the gas control in
reverse order.
i. Refit the control panel to the appliance and secure with 2 screws.
j. Refit the knobs to the gas control valve spindles.
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Two Screws
Spindle
Fig 7
Fig 8
Fault Finding
This section provides an easy reference guide to the more common problems that may occur during the
operation of your appliance. The fault finding guide in this section is intended to help you correct, or at
least accurately diagnose problems with your equipment.
Although this section covers the most common problems reported, you may encounter a problem not
covered in this section. In such instances, please contact your local authorised service agent who will
make every effort to help you identify and resolve the problem. Please note that the service agent will
require the following information:• The Model Trade Name and the Serial Number of the Appliance. (Both can be found on
the Technical Data Plate located on the appliance).
Fault
Pilot won’t light.
Pilot goes out when gas control
knob released.
Possible Cause
Remedy
No gas supply.
Ensure gas isolation valve is turned
on, and that bottles are not empty.
Blocked pilot injector.
Call the service provider.
Releasing knob before the
thermocouple has heated.
Hold knob in for at least 20
seconds following ignition of the
pilot.
Pilot flame too small.
- Gas pressure too low.
- Partially blocked pilot injector.
Clean or replace the pilot injector.
Thermocouple connection to the
gas control is loose or faulty.
Tighten the thermocouple
connection.
Thermocouple faulty.
Inspect and replace if not in good
working order.
Call the service provider.
Main burner will not light.
Incorrect supply pressure.
Element does not work when
turned ‘ON’.
Faulty gas control.
Check individual fuses located
behind the control panel.
Call the service provider.
Replace the blown fuse.
Check for an electrical short by
checking that there is NO
continuity between any "Phase
In" line and the metal appliance
body itself.
Call the service provider.
Complete power failure of the
appliance
Check for the item failing
(element, control etc) by using a
multimeter as shown on following
pages.
Check fuse connection at the
mains supply.
Replace the blown fuse.
Ensure that the fuse size is
correct to carry the load.
Carry out a continuity and
resistance check on the appliance.
Check for an electrical short to
the appliance.
Call the service provider.
NOTE: Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer, are only
allowed to be adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by an
unauthorised service person.
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Wiring Schematic
Static Oven (GE570)
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Wiring Schematic
Static Oven Wiring Diagram (GE570)
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Wiring Schematic
Convection Oven (GE576)
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Wiring Schematic
Convection Oven Wiring Diagram (GE576)
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Conversion Procedure
C AUTIO N :
Ensure that the appliance is isolated from the gas supply before commencing
servicing.
NOTE:
• These conversions should only be carried out by qualified persons. All connections must
be checked for leaks before re-commissioning the appliance.
• For all relevant gas specifications refer to the ‘Specifications’ table at the end of this
section.
Main Burner
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the control knob from the front control panel. The
control knob is a push fit onto the shaft of the gas control
valve.
Remove the front control panel by slackening the 2 screws on
the underside of the front control panel and remove the panel
from the front of the target top.
Remove the centre casting using the casting removal tool.
Remove the 2 half plate castings to reveal the main burner.
Remove the 2 front fire bricks and the right hand main fire
brick.
Unscrew and remove the 2 screws and washers securing the
main burner to the target top.
Carefully remove the main burner from the target top to reveal
the inner and outer ring injectors.
Burner Securing Screws
Fig 9
Main Burner
Injectors
Pilot Burner
Main Burner Injectors
3.
4.
NOTE: Ensure that the main burner is pulled fully towards the
front of the unit prior to tightening the 2 main burner
securing screws.
5.
Fig 10
X
LH
OUTER RING
2.
Unscrew the main burner injectors ( ½” A/F) from the Target
Top.
Determine the correct injector sizes for the corresponding gas
from the rating plate (Refer to the ‘Dimensions’ section for
rating plate location for each model).
Replace with the correct size injectors (Note the injector size
difference between inner and outer burner rings).
Refit the main burner to the target top and secure in place
with 2 screws and washers.
INNER RING
1.
RH
Y
Fig 11
Set the burner mixer screws for correct gas type aeration, as shown in the 'Gas Specifications' table.
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Pilot Burner
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
To remove the pilot burner, disconnect the gas
supply tube from the base of the pilot burner.
Remove the bolt securing the retaining plate
holding the pilot burner and thermo couple to the
mounting bracket. Remove the retaining plate.
The pilot burner can now be removed from the
mounting bracket.
Unscrew the base nut from the pilot burner and
withdraw injector and spring from inside the pilot
burner.
Determine the correct injector size for the
corresponding gas from the rating plate. (Refer to
the ‘Dimensions’ section for rating plate locations
for each of the models).
Re-assemble the pilot burner to the retaining
bracket ensuring that the ports in the pilot burner
are at the same height as the thermo-couple.
Secure the pilot burner and thermocouple to the
bracket with the retaining plate and securing
screw.
Pilot Burner
Main Burner
Injectors
Gas Supply
Tube
Fig 12
Pilot Burner
Thermocouple
Main Burner
Ignition Port
NOTE: Ensure that the pilot burner and thermocouple
are correctly located and that the pilot burner
aligns with the main burner ignition port.
(Refer to Fig 14 for correct fitting and
alignment dimensions).
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Re-connect the gas supply tube to the base of the
pilot burner.
Refit the right hand main fire brick and the 2 front
fire bricks to the target top.
Refit the 2 half plate castings to the target top,
ensuring that they correctly interlock once fitted.
Refit the centre casting using the casting removal
tool.
Refit the front control panel and tighten the 2
screws on the underside of the front control panel
to secure the panel in place.
Refit the control knob to the front control panel.
The control knob is a push fit onto the shaft of the
gas control valve.
Fig 13
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner
18± 2.0
Main Burner
Ignition Port
2± 2.0
Fig 14
Low Fire Adjustment
1.
Set the burner low fire adjustment. The low fire screw on the gas
control valve should be screwed fully in, then unscrewed by the
measurement shown in the 'Gas Specifications' table at the end of
this section.
Low Fire
Adjustment
Screw
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with coloured paint
on completion of the low fire adjustment.
Fig 15
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Regulator
- NAT Gas / LPG / Butane Only.
NOTE, Pin rotated
for Natural Gas
NOTE, Pin rotated
for LPG
Fig 16
NOTE: The regulator supplied is convertible
between Natural Gas and LP Gas, but
it’s outlet pressure is fixed ex-factory
and is NOT to be adjusted.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ensure that the gas supply is turned 'Off' at
the mains.
Unscrew the hexagonal cap (23mm A/F)
from the regulator.
Un-clip the plastic pin from the cap, reverse
the pin and re-fit it back to the cap the
correct way for the gas type to be used.
(Either ‘LP’ or ‘NAT’ should be visible
on the flank of the pin once re-fitted to
the cap).
Screw the cap back into the regulator hand
tight only.
Cap Nut
- Town Gas Only.
1.
2.
3.
Unscrew and remove the slotted cap from
the regulator.
Turn on the gas supply and the appliance.
Adjust the pressure adjusting nut to achieve
the correct burner operating pressure.
Pressure Adjusting
Screw
NOTE: The operating pressure to be measured
at the manifold test point and with all
burners operating at the 'High Flame'
setting.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn off the mains gas supply and bleed the
gas out of the appliance gas lines.
Turn on the gas supply and the appliance.
Verify the operating pressure remains
correct (Re-adjust the regulator if required).
Screw the cap nut back onto the regulator.
Fig 17
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Type Identification Label
On completion of the gas conversion, replace gas type identification label, located:- At the rear of the unit, above the gas connection.
- Beside the Rating Plate.
Commissioning
Before leaving the converted installation;
1.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
2.
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
Check the following functions in accordance with the operating instructions specified in the
'Operation' section of this manual.
•
Light the Pilot Burner.
•
Light the Main Burner.
•
Check the Low Fire burner operation.
•
Check the High Fire burner operation.
•
Ensure that all the controls operate correctly.
•
Ensure that the operating pressure remains correct.
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get the appliance to operate correctly, shut off the
gas supply and contact the supplier of this appliance.
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Specifications
Natural Gas
LP Gas
Butane
Town Gas (**)
Main Burner Injector
(Inner Ring)
Ø 1.70 mm
Ø 1.10 mm
Ø 1.00 mm
Ø 4.20 mm
Main Burner Injector
(Outer Ring)
Ø 2.60 mm
Ø 1.55 mm
Ø 1.45 mm
Ø 6.30 mm
0.35
0.25
0.70
Burner Aeration Screw X
(Inner)
25 mm
25 mm
20 mm
Burner Aeration Screw Y
(Outer)
28 mm
28 mm
22 mm
21/2 turns out (ccw)
1 turn out (ccw)
Blank
1½ turns out (ccw)
1.0kPa (*)
2.6kPa (*)
0.63kPa (*)
Pilot Injector
Low Fire Adjustment
Operating Pressure
Adjustable Regulator
(Adjust to the Burner
Operating Pressure
specified)
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
NOTE:
•
(*) The burner operating pressure is to be measured at the manifold test point with the
main burner operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
•
NAT, LPG & Butane Only - The operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when converting between gasses, if required.
•
TOWN GAS Only - The burner operating pressure is to be adjusted using the adjustable
gas regulator supplied.
(**) Town Gas Option is only available with specific ex-factory built Town Gas models,
which can also be converted to any other gas. Standard models can only be converted
between Nat. Gas, LP Gas and Butane, but not Town Gas.
•
•
Refer to the ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications' section of this manual for further
details.
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Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for the servicing and
repair of this appliance. The instructions supplied with the parts should be followed
when replacing components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest authorized
service branch (contact details are as shown on the reverse of the front cover of this
manual).
When ordering replacement parts, please quote the part number and the description as listed below. If
the part required is not listed below, request the part by description and quote model number and serial
number which is shown on the rating plate.
Target Top
228853
230511
235347
017800
227378
229699
229695
Burner.
Pilot Burner.
Thermocouple Kit.
Gas Control Valve
Gas Control Knob
Gas Control Valve
Gas Control Knob
(Nat / LPG / Butane).
(Nat / LPG / Butane).
(Town Gas).
(Town Gas).
031170
031110
031100
031420
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
Inner
Inner
Inner
Inner
Ring
Ring
Ring
Ring
(Nat)
(LPG)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
1.70
1.10
1.00
4.20
mm.
mm.
mm.
mm.
031260
031155
031145
031630
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
Outer
Outer
Outer
Outer
Ring
Ring
Ring
Ring
(Nat)
(LPG)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
2.60
1.55
1.45
6.30
mm.
mm.
mm.
mm.
227985
227984
232310
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
(Nat)
(LPG / Butane)
(Town Gas)
0.35.
0.25.
0.70.
228691
228690
228082
228059
228704
229021
227392
229146
229145
013989
227391
Oven Top Element 1.75kW.
(750
Oven Bottom Element 3.75kW.
(750
Oven Top Element 2kW.
(900
Oven Bottom Element 4.5kW.
(900
Door Spring Kit.
Terminal Block Mains.
Control Knob Thermostat 50°C - 300°C.
Thermostat 50 - 300°C.
Switch (4-pole).
Energy Regulator.
Control Knob HI / LO Heat.
Oven
Convection Oven Only
228938
010909
228116
019479
Oven Door Microswitch.
Motor Capacitor 4µf.
Fan.
Motor.
25
Ovens).
Ovens).
- 1200 Ovens).
- 1200 Ovens).
Replacement Parts List
General
227012
227013
014997
227892
227893
227896
228571
227963
228922
227850
229674
Centre Casting.
Half Plate Casting.
Casting Removal Tool.
Side Rack LH.
Side Rack RH.
Oven Rack.
Index Mark Moulding.
Neon Orange.
Neon White.
Adjustable Leg - 150mm.
Rear Roller Assy.
Accessories
228800
Ranges 900mm Plinth Kit.
Gas Regulator
Gas Type
Gas Regulators
Part No.
Description
Nat. Gas
LPG
Butane
228531
¾” BSP F/F Convertible.
Town Gas
230185
¾” BSP F/F Adjustable.
Gas Conversion Kits
•
Australia / New Zealand Only
Model
GE570 / GE576
Gas Type to Convert to
Nat. Gas
LPG
Butane
Town Gas
231972
231971
231973
N/A (*)
NOTE; (*) Town Gas Option is only available with specific ex-factory built Town Gas models, which
can also be converted to any other gas. Standard models can only be converted between
Nat. Gas, LP Gas and Butane, but not Town Gas.
- UK Only
Model
GE570 / GE576
Gas Type to Convert to
Nat. Gas
LPG
231972
231971
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