Sharp WQ-CH600L Specifications

COOK & HOLD CABINETS
MODELS: CH600, CH750, CH800, CH900, CH1600, CH1800
OWNERS / OPERATORS MANUAL
MANUFACTURED BY:
CARTER-HOFFMANN
1551 McCormick Avenue
Mundelein, IL 60060 U.S.A.
Phone: 847-362-5500
Fax: 847-367-8981
Toll Free: 800-323-9793
Email: TechnicalService@Carter-Hoffmann.com
READ THIS MANUAL
COMPLETELY BEFORE
OPERATING THIS APPLIANCE
CH1600
CH1800
CH600
CH750
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS……………………………..………..
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS………..……………..…….
UNPACKING, INSPECTION & FREIGHT DAMAGE………..
INSTALLATION & STARTUP …………………….………….
CONTROL PANEL LAYOUT…………………………………..
FIRST USE………………………………………………………
CONTROLLER PROGRAMMING…………………………….
OPERATION-COOKING BY TIME……………………...…….
OPERATION-COOKING TO PRODUCT TEMPERATURE…
REGULAR CLEANING PROCEDURES………………..…….
WIRING DIAGRAM.....……………………………………… …
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ………………………………..
WARRANTY STATEMENT……….……………….…………..
Part Number: 18400-3190
Printed in The United States of America
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
All service requiring access to non-insulated components must be performed by
qualified service personnel. Failure to heed this warning may result in severe
electric shock.
CAUTION: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect this appliance from electrical power before performing any
maintenance or service.
CAUTION: BURN HAZARD
Exposed metal surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns.
CAUTION: STEAM HAZARD
This cabinet may produce steam and may cause burns. Use caution when opening the doors for escaping steam.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances basic safety precautions should be adhered to, including the following:
1)
Be familiar with the appliance use, limitations and associated restrictions. Operating instructions must
be read and understood by all persons using or installing this appliance.
2)
This appliance must be grounded. Connect only to properly grounded outlet.
3)
Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in the manual.
a.
This equipment is specifically designed to slow cook and hold products such as roasts, ribs,
whole turkeys, etc.
b.
This equipment is intended for use in commercial establishments only.
c.
This equipment is not designed for industrial or laboratory use.
4)
Cleanliness of this appliance and its accessories are essential to good sanitation.
5)
DO NOT submerge this appliance in water. This appliance is not jet stream approved. DO NOT direct
water jet or steam jet at this appliance, or at any control panel or wiring. DO NOT splash or pour
water on, in or over any controls, control panel or wiring. DO NOT use corrosive chemicals or vapors
in this appliance.
6)
DO NOT store this appliance outdoors. DO NOT use this product near water – for example,
near a kitchen sink, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.
7)
DO NOT operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has
been damaged or dropped. Do not immerse cord or plug in water, keep cord away from heated
surfaces, and do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter.
8)
DO NOT cover or block any openings on the appliance.
NOTE: The technical content of this manual, including any wiring diagrams, schematics, parts breakdown
illustrations and/or adjustment procedures, is intended for use by qualified technical personnel and is
subject to change without notice.
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FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
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NEW Controls! Cook to time or temperature. Includes meat probe.
Gentle air circulation caramelizes meat and seals in juices for perfect roasts and
more portions
Browning occurs naturally, without the use of gravies and sauces to colorize meats
Easy-to-use controls: dial in cook temperature, hold temperature and cook time
Lift-off heating system with precision engineered heat duct system for optimal air
flow and even heating
Hoods not required in most areas—makes installation easy and inexpensive (check
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local codes)
CH1600
Model
Number
Tray
Capacity
18” x 26”
Tray
Spacing
in (mm)
Approx. Meat
Capacity
lbs (kg)
Inside Working
Height
in (mm)
Caster
Diameter
in (mm)
Class 100 Shipping Weight
lbs (kg)
CH600
6
3
(76)
80
(36)
18-1/8
(460)
38-1/2
(948)
32-3/4
(832)
26-1/8
(664)
5
(127)
275
(125)
CH800
8
2-3/4
(70)
120
(54)
22
(559)
39-3/8
(1000)
32-3/4
(832)
26-1/8
(664)
3
(76)
312
(142)
CH900
9
3
(76)
120
(54)
27-1/4
(692)
47-1/2
(1207)
32-3/4
(832)
26-1/8
(664)
5
(127)
344
(156)
CH1600
(2 cavity)
16
(8 per cavity)
2-3/4
(70)
240
(109)
22¹
(559)
76-3/8
(1940)
32-3/4
(832)
26-1/8
(664)
5
(127)
420
(191)
CH1800
18
3
(76)
240
(109)
54-1/2
(1384)
78
(1981)
32-3/4
(832)
26-1/8
(664)
5
(127)
460
(209)
Overall Dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
in (mm)
*12”x20”x2.5” pans may be placed on optional wire shelves. Capacities:
CH600: 3 (end-loaded; 1 per shelf)
CH800: 4 (end-loaded, 1 per shelf)
CH900: 5 (end-loaded, 1 per shelf)
CH1600: 8 (4 per cavity; end loaded, 1 per shelf)
CH1800: 9 (end loaded; 1 per shelf)
¹Inside working height—each cavity
Model
Number
Pan
Capacity*
12”x20”
Tray
Spacing
in (mm)
Approx. Meat
Capacity
lbs (kg)
Inside Working
Height
in (mm)
CH750
10
2-3/4
(70)
100
(45)
13-3/4
(349)
Overall Dimensions
Height
Depth
Width
in (mm)
33-1/2
(851)
32-3/4
(832)
28-3/4
(664)
Caster
Diameter
in (mm)
Class 100
Shipping
Weight
lbs (kg)
2
(51)
265
(122)
*18”x26” sheet pans may be placed on optional wire shelves. Capacity: CH750: 5 (end-loaded; 1 per shelf)
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
Model
US Electrical Power
Watts
Voltage
CE Electrical Power
Watts
Model
Voltage
US Electrical Power
CE Electrical Power
Watts
Voltage
Watts
Voltage
3200
240
2750
230
CH600
3200
240
2750
230
CH900
CH750
3200
240
2750
230
CH1600
6200
240
5500
230
CH800
3200
240
2750
230
CH1800
6200
240
5500
230
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APPROVALS :
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
This appliance
should be
thoroughly
cleaned prior to use.
See the CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS in
this manual.
NOTE: DO NOT discard
the carton or other
packing materials until
you have inspected the
appliance for hidden
damage and checked it
for proper operation.
1. Remove the cabinet from shipping carton, ensuring that all packing materials and protective plastic has been removed from the
unit.
2. Inspect all components for completeness and condition.
3. If any freight damage is present, a freight claim must be filed immediately with the shipping company.
4. Freight damage is not covered under warranty.
5. Check to insure all components are included: cabinet, instruction
packet and additional accessories.
6. Read operation instructions completely.
7. Appliance should be thoroughly cleaned before use. See
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS in this manual.
Refer to SHIPPING
DAMAGE CLAIM
PROCEDURE on
bottom of this page.
FREIGHT DAMAGE PROCEDURE
NOTE: For your protection, please note that equipment in this shipment was carefully inspected
and packaged by skilled personnel before leaving the factory. Upon acceptance of this shipment,
the transportation company assumes full responsibility for its safe delivery.
IF SHIPMENT ARRIVES DAMAGED:
1. VISIBLE LOSS OR DAMAGE: Be certain that any visible loss or damage is noted on the freight
bill or express receipt, and that the note of loss or damage is signed by the delivery person.
2. FILE CLAIM FOR DAMAGE IMMEDIATELY: Regardless of the extent of damage. Contact
your dealer immediately.
3. CONCEALED DAMAGE: If damage is unnoticed until the merchandise is unpacked, notify the
transportation company or carrier immediately, and then file a “CONCEALED DAMAGE” claim
with them. This should be done within fifteen (15) days from the date the delivery was made to
you. Be sure to retain the container for inspection.
Carter-Hoffmann cannot assume liability for damage or loss incurred in transit, freight damage is
not covered under warranty. We will, however, at your request, supply you with the necessary
documents to support your claim.
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INSTALLATION and STARTUP
WARNING:
Risk of personal injury
Installation procedures must be
performed by a qualified technician
with full knowledge of all applicable
electrical codes. Failure could
result in personal injury and property damage.
IMPORTANT:
Power cord is 10' long
If necessary, contact a licensed
electrician to install an appropriate
electrical circuit with correct NEMA
receptacle. See serial tag on cabinet.
DO NOT use an extension cord.
CAUTION:
Electrical Shock Hazard
The ground prong of the power
cord is part of a system designed to
protect you from electric shock in
the event of internal damage.
DO NOT cut off the large round
ground prong or twist a blade to fit
an existing receptacle.
LOCATION
For proper operation and maximum performance, locate the unit in
an ambient air temperature of 70ºF (21ºC).
Avoid placement in areas near exhaust fans or where there are active air movements.
For safe operation and maximum performance, locate the unit at
least 2” from any wall or combustible material. Do not crimp power
cord.
Unit must be on a solid level surface.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a
grounding plug which must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed
and grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces
the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current.
WARNING—Improper use of the grounding can result in a risk of electric shock. Consult a qualified electrician or service agent if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to whether
the appliance is properly grounded.
To prevent an electrical shock hazard between the
appliance and other appliances or metal parts in close
vicinity, an equalization-bonding stud is provided. An
equalization bonding lead must be connected to this
stud and the other appliances/metal parts to provide
sufficient protection against potential difference. The
terminal is marked with the following symbol:
ELECTRICAL
INFORMATION
IMPORTANT:
Not under warranty
Damage to unit due to being
connected to the wrong voltage or
phase is NOT covered by warranty.
Unit is not waterproof, to avoid
electrical shock, keep unit and
counter from being submerged in
water. Do not operate if unit has
been in contact with water.
US Electrical Power
CE Electrical Power
Watts
Voltage
Watts
Voltage
CH600
3200
240
2750
230
CH750
3200
240
2750
230
CH800
3200
240
2750
230
CH900
4200
240
3700
230
CH1600
6200
240
5500
230
CH1800
6200
240
5500
230
INITIAL START-UP
1.
Prior to use, thoroughly clean the interior of the unit, per the
instructions in this manual.
2.
Plug the power cord of the cabinet into a grounded outlet according to the voltage and amperage specified on the serial tag
on the heating module. This can be located on the top right
rear corner of the heating unit.
WARNING:
Risk of personal injury
Model
3.
Set POWER switch to the “ON” position.
4.
Do not load product into the cabinet. Allow the heat to remove
any residual oils which may adhere to inside metal surfaces. A
slight emission of smoke is common during the first few hours of
operation.
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Start/Cancel Button: press and
release to start a cook cycle; press
and hold to cancel a cook cycle
Power Switch
COOK Temperature
Knob: push in and
rotate clockwise to
increase temperature or
counter-clockwise to
decrease temperature
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HOLD Temperature
Knob: push in and rotate
clockwise to increase
temperature or counterclockwise to decrease
temperature
PRESS AND
HOLD TO SET
FOOD TEMP
TIME/FOOD TEMP Display: If cooking
to time, shows actual cook or hold time.
Counts down in COOK cycle; automatic
switch and counts up in HOLD cycle. If
cooking to food temp, shows actual food
temp.
COOK TO TIME: push in
and rotate knob clockwise
to increase cook time or
counter-clockwise to decrease cook time.
COOK TO PROBE
TEMP: Press and hold key
and rotate knob at the
same time to set food temp
COOK Temperature Display: shows temperature set-point. To view actual cook temperature,
press and hold “View Actual Temp” button during the cook cycle. Lights to right will indicate
whether set-point or actual is displayed.
Control panel layout
VIEW ACTUAL
TEMP button: press
and hold to view actual COOK or HOLD
temperature. Actual
temp will appear in
COOK or HOLD
display, depending
on cycle
FOOD PROBE
RECEPTABLE:
Plug in probe to
cook to product
temperature instead
of cook time.
HOLD Temperature Display: shows
temperature set-point. To view actual hold temperature, press and hold
“View Actual Temp” button during
the hold cycle. Lights to right will
indicate whether set-point or actual
is displayed.
NORMAL OPERATION
FIRST USE
Factory default setpoints:
- cook: 325ºF
- hold: 200ºF
- timer: 1 hour
Turn the cabinet on using the power switch located on the far left side
of the control panel. Once the switch is turned on, the control display
will illuminate.
Operating ranges:
- cook temp: 100ºF-325ºF
- hold temp: 100ºF-200ºF
- timer:10 min. -18 hours
CAUTION:
HOT SURFACE
Inner surfaces of the unit
will be very hot during and
after operation.
Avoid touching the cabinet
when loading or removing
product.
CAUTION:
STEAM HAZARD
This unit produces steam,
use caution when cleaning
or opening the doors.
CAUTION:
To avoid damage to the
electrical components, do
not unplug cabinet while
cooling fans are operating.
WARNING:
HIGH CONTROL
COMPARTMENT
TEMPERATURE
When the cabinet is first turned on, the time display will show the current hardware / software revision, for example “F107”. Then the display will display the factory default settings.
PROGRAMMING THE CONTROLLER
1. Make sure the unit is turned “ON”.
2. To set COOK temperature, push “COOK TEMP” knob in and rotate clockwise to increase temperature or counter-clockwise to
decrease temperature.
3. To set COOK time, push “COOK TIME” knob in and rotate clockwise to increase time or rotate counter-clockwise to decrease
cook time. NOTE: For cook times of 10 minutes to two hours, timer will increase/decrease in 5 minute increments. For cook times
over 2 hours, timer will increase/decrease in increments of 15
minutes. Note: setting the cook time is only necessary if not
using the meat probe.
4. To set HOLD temperature, push “HOLD TEMP” knob in and rotate clockwise to increase temperature or counter-clockwise to
decrease temperature.
TO CHANGE TEMPERATURE SCALE
The controller can be changed from °F to °C and vice versa. In order
to toggle between the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales:
1. Make sure the unit is turned “OFF”
2. Push and hold the “START/CANCEL” button
3. While pushing the “START/CANCEL” button, turn “ON” the main
power switch. An audible beep will be heard and the center display “deg F” or “deg C”
4. Repeat procedure to toggle between °F and °C
If the temperature in the control compartment exceeds safe operating limits, an audible alarm will
sound and the TIME display will scroll “CALL CUSt SErV”. Should this condition occur, turn off and
unplug the cabinet and then call for service. Prolonged operation of the cabinet in this condition
WILL result in electrical component failures.
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COOKING BY TIME
Factory default setpoints:
- cook: 325ºF
- hold: 200ºF
- timer: 1 hour
Operating ranges:
- cook temp: 100ºF-325ºF
- hold temp: 100ºF-200ºF
- timer:10 min. -18 hours
CAUTION:
HOT SURFACE
Inner surfaces of the unit
will be very hot during and
after operation.
Avoid touching the cabinet
when loading or removing
product.
CAUTION:
STEAM HAZARD
This unit produces steam,
use caution when cleaning
or opening the doors.
CABINET OPERATION
1. Turn power switch “ON”. Unit will heat to “HOLD” setting and will
stay in “HOLD” mode until cook cycle is started. “HOLD” LED light
adjacent to the timer display will illuminate.
2. Program desired settings according the controller programming
instructions on page 7.
3. Press and release the “START/CANCEL” button to begin COOK
cycle. The colon in the TIME display will flash and the LED lights
adjacent to the TIME display will switch from “HOLD” to “COOK”.
The colon will continue to flash as long as the timer is active.
4. Timer will count down by one minute increments for the entire
COOK cycle.
5. Upon completion of the COOK cycle and audible alert will sound
and the cabinet will automatically switch to the HOLD mode. The
LED light adjacent to the TIME display will switch from “COOK” to
“HOLD”.
6. The TIME display will now count up until the cycle is canceled.
7. Cycle can be canceled by:
- Push and hold the “START/CANCEL” button until audible
alarm sounds (about 5 seconds)
- Turn master switch to “OFF”.
NOTE: Settings for the cook and hold cycle will be saved in the controller for the next cook cycle. Refer to programming instructions to
change the settings.
NOTE: To protect electrical components, the cooling fans inside the heating unit will operate whenever the interior temperature of the heater rises
above 120°F. They will operate, even if the master ON/OFF switch is
turned to ‘OFF.” Do not unplug cabinet unless cooling fans have turned
off.
CAUTION:
To avoid damage to the
electrical components, do
not unplug cabinet while
cooling fans are operating.
WARNING:
HIGH CONTROL
COMPARTMENT
TEMPERATURE
Cooking Suggestion
For best product integrity, we recommend the use of the humidity water pan at all times. This pan is located inside the cabinet and is attached to the base of the heating unit at the top of the cabinet. The pan
should be checked and filled periodically.
If the temperature in the control compartment exceeds safe operating limits, an audible alarm will
sound and the TIME display will scroll “CALL CUSt SErV”. Should this condition occur, turn off and
unplug the cabinet and then call for service. Prolonged operation of the cabinet in this condition
WILL result in electrical component failures.
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COOKING BY TIME (CONTINUED)
Factory default setpoints:
- cook: 325ºF
- hold: 200ºF
- timer: 1 hour
Operating ranges:
- cook temp: 100ºF-325ºF
- hold temp: 100ºF-200ºF
- timer:10 min. -18 hours
CAUTION:
HOT SURFACE
Inner surfaces of the unit
will be very hot during and
after operation.
Avoid touching the cabinet
when loading or removing
product.
CAUTION:
STEAM HAZARD
This unit produces steam,
use caution when cleaning
or opening the doors.
Changing the Settings Mid-Cycle
1. Settings may be changed mid-cycle. Refer to programming instructions on page 7.
2. Upon completion of the cycle, settings will revert back to initial setpoints.
Viewing Actual Temperatures
Press and hold “VIEW ACTUAL TEMP” button.
-If cabinet it in COOK mode, temperature will appear in the
“COOK” display
-If cabinet is in the HOLD mode, temperature will appear in the
“HOLD” display
To View Product Temperature When Cooking to Time
Note: Make sure food temperature probe is inserted into the product.
Press the “VIEW ACTUAL TEMP” button. It will display the actual product temperature. When the button is released, the display will revert
back to the cook time counter.
CAUTION:
To avoid damage to the
electrical components, do
not unplug cabinet while
cooling fans are operating.
WARNING:
HIGH CONTROL COMPARTMENT TEMPERATURE
If the temperature in the control compartment exceeds safe operating limits, an audible alarm will
sound and the TIME display will scroll “CALL CUSt SErV”. Should this condition occur, turn off and
unplug the cabinet and then call for service. Prolonged operation of the cabinet in this condition WILL
result in electrical component failures.
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COOKING WITH THE FOOD PROBE
Factory default setpoints:
- cook: 325ºF
- hold: 200ºF
- timer: 1 hour
Operating ranges:
- cook temp: 100ºF-325ºF
- hold temp: 100ºF-200ºF
- timer:10 min. -18 hours
CAUTION:
HOT SURFACE
Inner surfaces of
the unit will be very hot during and after operation.
Avoid touching the cabinet
when loading or removing
product.
CAUTION:
STEAM HAZARD
This unit produces steam,
use caution when cleaning
or opening the doors.
CAUTION:
To avoid damage
to the electrical components, do not unplug cabinet while cooling fans are
operating.
CABINET OPERATION
1. Turn power switch “ON”. Unit will heat to “HOLD” setting and will
stay in “HOLD” mode until cook cycle is started. “HOLD” LED light
adjacent to the timer display will illuminate.
2. Program desired temperature settings according the controller programming instructions on page 7.
3. Connect probe to receptacle on front of controller and insert probe
into product. Note: if food probe is not plugged in and you try
to set a food temperature, the display will read “nO P”
4. Press and release the “START/CANCEL” button to begin COOK
cycle. The colon in the TIME display will flash and the LED lights
adjacent to the TIME display will switch from “HOLD” to “COOK”.
The colon will continue to flash as long as the timer is active.
5. Cabinet will initiate cook cycle and cook to product temperature.
The food temperature will be shown on the yellow center display.
6. Upon completion of the COOK cycle and audible alert will sound
and the cabinet will automatically switch to the HOLD mode. The
LED light adjacent to the TIME display will switch from “COOK” to
“HOLD”.
7. The center TIME display will now count up until the cycle is canceled.
8. Cycle can be canceled by:
- Push and hold the “START/CANCEL” button until audible
alarm sounds (about 5 seconds)
- Turn master switch to “OFF”.
NOTE: Settings for the cook and hold cycle will be saved in the controller for the next cook cycle. Refer to programming instructions to
change the settings.
WARNING: HIGH
CONTROL COMPARTMENT
TEMPERATURE
If the temperature in the control compartment exceeds
safe operating limits, an audible alarm will sound and the
TIME display will scroll “CALL
CUSt SErV”. Should this
condition occur, turn off and
unplug the cabinet and then
call for service. Prolonged
operation of the cabinet in this
condition WILL result in electrical component failures.
NOTE: To protect electrical components, the cooling fans inside the heating unit will operate whenever the interior temperature of the heater rises
above 120°F. They will operate, even if the master ON/OFF switch is
turned to “OFF.” Do not unplug cabinet unless cooling fans have turned
off.
Cooking Suggestion
For best product integrity, we recommend the use of the humidity water pan at all times. This pan is located inside the cabinet and is attached to the base of the heating unit at the top of the cabinet. The pan
should be checked and filled periodically.
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COOKING WITH THE FOOD PROBE (CONTINUED)
Factory default setpoints:
- cook: 325ºF
- hold: 200ºF
- timer: 1 hour
Operating ranges:
- cook temp: 100ºF-325ºF
- hold temp: 100ºF-200ºF
- timer:10 min. -18 hours
CAUTION:
HOT SURFACE
Inner surfaces of the unit
will be very hot during and
after operation.
Avoid touching the cabinet
when loading or removing
product.
CAUTION:
STEAM HAZARD
This unit produces steam,
use caution when cleaning
or opening the doors.
Changing the Settings Mid-Cycle
1. Settings may be changed mid-cycle. Refer to programming instructions on page 7.
2. Upon completion of the cycle, settings will revert back to initial setpoints.
Viewing Actual Temperatures
Press and hold “VIEW ACTUAL TEMP” button.
-If cabinet it in COOK mode, temperature will appear in the
“COOK” display
-If cabinet is in the HOLD mode, temperature will appear in the
“HOLD” display
To View Elapsed Cook Time When Cooking with the Probe
Press and hold the “VIEW ACTUAL TEMP” button
-The display will read the product temperature
-After 2 more seconds, the display will show the elapsed time
of the current cook cycle
The display will toggle between the product temperature and the
elapsed time at two second intervals until the button is released.
CAUTION:
To avoid damage to the
electrical components, do
not unplug cabinet while
cooling fans are operating.
WARNING:
HIGH CONTROL COMPARTMENT TEMPERATURE
If the temperature in the control compartment exceeds safe operating limits, an audible alarm will
sound and the TIME display will scroll “CALL CUSt SErV”. Should this condition occur, turn off and
unplug the cabinet and then call for service. Prolonged operation of the cabinet in this condition WILL
result in electrical component failures.
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DAILY CLEANING PROCEDURES
CAUTION:
ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD
Disconnect appliance from
electric power before cleaning.
CAUTION:
HOT SURFACE
Exposed surfaces can
be hot to the touch and may
cause burns. Allow appliance
to cool before cleaning.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT spill or pour
water into controls,
control panel or wiring.
Water damage is not covered
by warranty.
CAUTION:
Cabinet may generate
steam, use caution
when opening doors
to clean unit.
CAUTION:
Beware of sharp edges with sheet metal
during cleaning process.
1. After all food products have been removed from the cabinet,
turn the power switch to “OFF” and allow the cabinet to cool.
2. Unplug the unit prior to any cleaning.
3. Racks may be removed for cleaning. Lift up and pull out.
Hand wash with chloride/phosphate-free soap or detergent.
DO NOT exceed recommended concentrations or mixing rations. Never use abrasive cleaners, waxes, car polish, or substances containing strong aromatic solvents or alcohol.
4. Clean the inside of the unit as well as the removed parts.
Rinse racks and cabinet interior with clear water. Wipe off any
standing liquid or residue from all surfaces, corners, or near
edges and allow to dry. Reinstall when all parts are dry and
clean.
5.
Inspect and clean the areas where there are vents or filters,
making sure no water gets into the internal controls or
electrical areas of the cabinet.
6.
For a thorough cabinet cleaning, remove the heater module
from the top of the cabinet and store in a dry place. Note; It
will require at least two people to remove the heater.
CAUTION:
Cleansers, detergents, degreasers, sanitizers, or bleaching
agents that contain chlorides or phosphates will cause permanent damage to stainless steel products. The damage appears as
pits, eruptions, voids, small holes, severe discoloration or dulling of
the metal finish.
Water with high chloride content can also damage stainless steel.
If unsure of your water quality, we recommend you have it tested.
THIS DAMAGE IS PERMANENT, COSTLY TO REPAIR, AND IS
NOT COVERED BY THE WARRANTY.
RECOMMENDED TIPS FOR CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL
Purpose
Routine
cleaning
Frequency
Daily
Cleaning Agent
Soap, ammonia
detergent and water
Method of Application
Sponge with cloth, rinse with clear water
and wipe dry.
Smears/
Fingerprints
As
needed
Stainless steel cleaner
or similar products
Rub with soft cloth as directed on package.
Rub in direction of grain of stainless steel.
Do not use on vinyl trim.
Stubborn
spots and
stains
Daily
as
needed
Any chloride-free
or
phosphate-free
cleaner
Apply with damp sponge or cloth. Rub in
direction of grain of stainless steel. Rinse
thoroughly, especially if cleaner contains
chlorine bleach, do not use on vinyl trim.
Hard water
spots
Daily
as needed
Vinegar
Swab with cloth.
Rinse with water and wipe dry.
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208-240 VOLT Wiring Diagram
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
No power on display Not plugged in or circuit breaker
tripped
Check or reset circuit breaker
Connect to proper receptacle
Power cord damaged
Check - replace if required
Power switch damaged or defective
Check - replace if required
Alarm sound, display reads ‘CALL,
CUST, SErV’
Temperature inside heater module is
above 160°F
Call service technician
Unit is on, motors
are running but no
heat
Internal wiring error
Call service technician
Element hi-limit trip / defective
Call service technician
Takes too long to
get to temperature
Improper voltage
Call service technician to verify
incoming voltage matches cabinet
specifications.
Unit is hot
Internal wiring error
but low or no airflow
Circulation motor has quit
Call service technician
Call service technician
Improper voltage
Call service technician to verify
incoming voltage matches cabinet
specifications.
Display shows ‘nOP’ Control in ‘Cook with Probe Mode’
Plug in meat probe
NOTE:
NOTE:
The technical content of this manual,
including any wiring diagrams, schematics, parts breakdown illustrations and /
or adjustment procedures, is intended
for use ONLY by qualified technical
personnel.
For warranty service, call Carter-Hoffmann
direct at 800-323-9793 for authorization,
we will dispatch the nearest authorized
service agency.
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3-YEAR WARRANTY on COOK & HOLD CABINETS
Carter-Hoffmann Warranty:
Carter-Hoffmann (“CARTER-HOFFMANN”) warrants to the initial purchaser of its standard Carter
Line Products that CARTER-HOFFMANN will, at its option, repair or replace, during the warranty
period set forth below, any part of such products made necessary due to a defect in material or workmanship which is present when the product leaves its factory and which manifests itself during the warranty period under normal use and service.
This warranty applies only to original equipment owned and possessed by the initial purchaser and the
warranty period begins on the date of original shipment from the CARTER-HOFFMANN factory and
extends as follows: to component parts and labor for 12 months (36 months on hotLOGIX holding
cabinets, levels 3 through 10, and cook & hold cabinets); to refrigeration compressor unit for one
year (limited to replacement only - not to include labor for removal, repair or replacement).
Repair or replacements under this warranty will be performed, unless otherwise authorized in writing
by CARTER-HOFFMANN, at its factory. All parts or components to be repaired or replaced under this
warranty are to be shipped prepaid to CARTER-HOFFMANN, with reimbursement credit for such part
or component to be given if found by CARTER-HOFFMANN to be defective.
CARTER-HOFFMANN neither makes nor assumes and does not authorize any other person to make or
assume any obligation or liability in connection with its products other than that covered in this warranty. This warranty applies only within the continental United States and Canada. In Alaska and Hawaii, this warranty applies only to and is limited to the supply of replacement parts.
Warranty Exclusions and Limitations:
Any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is hereby specifically disclaimed by CARTER-HOFFMANN. There are no warranties, expressed or implied, which extend beyond the description on the face hereof. This warranty does not cover and CARTER-HOFFMANN shall
not under any circumstances be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damages (such as injury to persons or property, loss of time, inconvenience, loss of business or profits, or other matters not
specifically covered) arising in connection with the use of, inability to use, or failure of these products.
Specifications subject to change through product improvement and innovation.
Carter-Hoffmann
1551 McCormick Ave.
Mundelein, Illinois, 60060 USA
Phone: 847-362-5500 Toll free: 800-323-9793 Fax: 847-367-8981
Sales and Marketing E-mail: sales@carter-hoffmann.com
Service E-mail: technicalservice@carter-hoffmann.com
Company Website: www.carter-hoffmann.com
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