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Operator’s Manual
COUNTERTOP SANDWICH PRESS
Item
40794
40795
40794-C
40795-C
Model
TSI7001
TSI8002
TSI7001
TSI8002
Description
Voltage
Sandwich Press, Ribbed Plate, Cast Iron
120V
Sandwich Press, Ribbed Plate, Cast Iron
220V
Sandwich Press, Ribbed Plate, Cast Iron
120V
Sandwich Press, Ribbed Plate, Cast Iron
220V
Watts
1800
3080
1800
3080
Amps
15 Amps
14 Amps
15 Amps
14 Amps
Plug
5-15P
6-15P
5-20P
6-20P
Thank you for purchasing this Vollrath Counter Top Cooking Equipment. Before operating the unit, read and familiarize yourself with the following
operating and safety instructions. SAVE THE ORIGINAL BOX AND PACKAGING. Use this packaging to ship the unit if repairs are needed. SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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Safety Precautions
To ensure safe operation, read the following statements and
understand their meaning. This manual contains safety precautions
which are explained below. Please read carefully.
WARNING
Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause
severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the
warning is ignored.
CAUTION
Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can
cause minor personal injury or property damage if the caution is
ignored.
NOTE
Note is used to notify people of installation, operation, or
maintenance information that is important but not hazard-related.
This sandwich press is a medium duty appliance capable of a wide variety of
applications. The temperature is thermostatically controlled. The temperature
range for non-coated surface models is between 120°F (49°C) and
550°F (288°C). The thermostat is also the ON/OFF switch. An indicator lamp
adjacent to the thermostat dial indicates when the elements are heating.
Unpacking the Equipment and Initial Setup
Dispose of all packaging, materials in an environmentally responsible
manner.
1. Remove all packing material and tape, as well as any protective plastic
from the unit.
2. Clean any glue residue left over from the plastic or tape.
3. Place the unit in the desired position and height.
4. Plug the unit into a properly grounded electrical supply matching the
nameplate rating. Damage to the unit can occur if incorrect power is
supplied.
Features and Controls
For Your Safety!
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These precautions should be followed at all times. Failure to follow
these precautions could result in injury to yourself and others.
To reduce risk of injury or damage to the unit:
„„ Use only grounded electrical outlets matching the nameplate rated
voltage.
„„ Have equipment installed by a qualified personal in accordance with
local codes and ordinances.
„„ This unit must only be used in a flat, level position.
„„ Do not use an extension cord with this unit.
„„ Unplug the unit, turn off and let it cool before cleaning or moving.
„„ Do not spray controls or outside of the unit with liquids or cleaning
agents.
„„ Do not clean the unit with steel wool.
„„ Keep the unit and power cord away from open flames, electric burners
or excessive heat.
„„ Do not operate the unit unattended.
„„ Do not operate the unit in public areas and/or around children.
„„ The unit may be hot, even though the pilot light is not on.
„„ Do not operate if the unit has been damaged or is malfunctioning in any
way.
Function and Purpose
This unit is intended to be used for contact grilling foods in commercial
foodservice operations only. It is not intended for household, industrial or
laboratory use.
Before using this equipment it must be cleaned and dried thoroughly. Clean
all surfaces before use. Failure to clean surfaces before using the unit could
cause food contamination.
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A
B
C
F
E
D
Figure 1. Features and Controls
A
HANDLE. Used to control the up and down movement of the top grill
plate.
B
TOP GRILL PLATE. Contains a heating element and heats food.
C
BOTTOM GRILL PLATE. Contains a heating element and heats food.
D
THERMOSTAT CONTROL dial. Used to set or adjust the temperature
of the cooking plate. The numbers on the dial correspond with the grill
plate temperature. The “0” position is off.
E
F
PILOT LIGHT. This light indicates the element is heating. Once the set
temperature has been reached the light will go out. This light indicates
that the element is heating. Once the temperature has been reached
the light will go out. Unit will continue to maintain heat and temperature
with the light cycling. This is not a power indicator light.
Cleaning
To maintain the appearance and increase the service life, clean your unit
daily.
WARNING
DRIP TRAY. A container that collects grease, oil and liquid from the
bottom grill plate. This is removable for draining and cleaning.
Operation
WARNING
Burn Hazard.
Do not touch hot food, liquid or heating surfaces
while unit is heating or operating.
Burn Hazard.
Do not touch hot food, liquid or heating surfaces
while unit is heating or operating.
Hot surfaces and food can burn skin. Allow the hot surfaces to cool
before handling. Do not drop or spill water into the cooking surface
as it can spray or splatter.
NOTE:
Do not clean the unit with steel wool.
1. Allow the unit to cool completely before cleaning.
Hot surfaces and food can burn skin. Allow the hot surfaces to cool
before handling. Do not drop or spill water into the cooking surface
as it can spray or splatter.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Keep water and other liquids from entering the
inside of the unit. Liquid inside the unit could cause
an electrical shock.
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Keep water and other liquids from entering the
inside of the unit. Liquid inside the unit could cause
an electrical shock.
Do not spray water or cleaning products. Liquid could contact the
electrical components and cause a short circuit or an electrical
shock. Do not use unit if power cord is damaged or has been
modified
2.
3.
4.
5.
Unplug the unit.
Do not immerse the cord, plug or unit in water or any other liquid.
Wipe grease or oil into the drip tray (F). See Figure 1.
Using a damp cloth or sponge dipped in soapy water to clean the unit
and plates (B and C); rinse thoroughly.
6. Dry thoroughly after cleaning.
7. Empty and clean the drip tray (F).
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Before initial use, turn the thermostat control to the maximum setting, close
the lid and allow unit to burn in for 30 minutes. You may notice smoke
appearing due to the cooking surface burning in. This is normal. After 30
minute burn in period the unit is ready for use.
To begin heating or cooking:
1. Preheat unit to desired temperature.
2. Center the food product onto the bottom grill plate (C). See Figure 1.
3. Use handle (A) to lower top grill plate (B) to desires height.
4. Heat for desired length of time.
5. Raise handle and remove food product.
WARNING
Do not spray the unit or controls with water or cleaning products.
Liquid could contact the electrical components and cause a short
circuit or an electrical shock. Do not use unit if power cord is
damaged or has been modified
6. At the end of each cooking cycle wipe down the cooking the plates.
Never allow excess fat, oil, or grease to build up as this will result in a
build-up of carbon on the plates.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Chart
Problem
It might be caused by
Pilot Light does not come on when
the temperature control is turned up.
Grill Plates do not get hot.
Course of Action
Unit is not plugged in.
Plug unit in.
Pilot Light malfunction.
Replace Pilot Light.
Low or no voltage from power source (wall outlet).
Verify correct voltage is being provided to unit. If not, have
qualified personnel correct power problem.
Heating Element is faulty.
Replace Heating Element.
Service and Repair
There are no user serviceable parts within this appliance. To avoid serious injury or damage, never attempt to repair the unit or replace a damaged power cord
yourself. Do not send units directly to the Vollrath Company. Please contact the qualified professional repair service listed below.
VOLLRATH Technical Services • 1-800-628-0832 • Email: techservicereps@vollrathco.com
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When contacting the Authorized Professional Service Center, please be ready with the item number, model number (if applicable), serial number, and proof of
purchase showing the date the unit was purchased.
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ELECTRICAL DRAWING - Countertop Sandwich Press, Models ~ 40794, 40795, 407941-C and 40795-C
208-240V ~ 2700-3600 Watt
120V ~ 1800Watt
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L2
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L1
G
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Thermostat Control
2
Heating Element, Top, 120V ~ 810 Watt
3
Heating Element, Bottom, 120V ~ 990 Watt
4
Pilot Light, 120V, Amber
Callout Description
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Thermostat Control
2
Heating Element, Top,
208-240V ~ 860W Max
3
Heating Element, Bottom,
Left, 208-240V ~ 940W Max
4
Pilot Light, 240V, Red
5
Heating Element, Bottom,
Right, 208-240V ~ 940W Max
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Callout Description
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SPARE PARTS LIST - Countertop Sandwich Press, Models ~ 40794 and 40794-C
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N/S
Part Number
XAA0005
1786001
XAA0012
XTSI2004
XTSI2030
XTSI2006
XTSI2007
XTSA0007
N/A
XTSI2005
XAA0009
N/A
XTSI2015
XAA0011
XTSI2035
XTSI2016
XTSI2017
XTSI2018
XTSI2019
XTSI2020
XTSI2021
XTSI2036
XTSI2023
N/A
XTSI2024
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Description
Power Cord, 120V, NEMA 5-15P Plug
Power Cord, 120V, NEMA 5-20P Plug (Canada only)
Power Cord Restraint
Foot, Rubber
Top Heating Element, 120V ~ 810 Watt
Top Plate, Ribbed, Non-Coated
Bottom Plate, Ribbed, Non-Coated
Thermostat
Bottom Cover
Drip Tray
Control Panel Fascia
Frame
Control Knob (0-550)
Pilot Light, Red, 120 Volt
Bottom Heating Element 120V ~ 990 Watt
Handle, Steel
Handle Grip, Plastic
Handle Spring
Hinge Axle, Front
Hinge Axle Circlip
Hinge Axle, Rear
Wire Tube
Brass Saddle Clamp
Spring Cover
Hinge Axle Rear Cover
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SPARE PARTS LIST - Countertop Sandwich Press, Models ~ 40795 and 40795-C
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Part Number Description
XTSI3007
XTSI3005
XTSI2037
XTSI2038
N/A
XTSI3022
N/A
XAA0006
1786201
XAA0012
XTSI2004
XTSA0007
N/A
XTSI3004
N/A
XTSI2015
XAA0002
N/A
XAA0009
XTSI3008
XTSI3019
XTSI3020
XTSI2018
XTSI2023
XTSI3006
XTSI3021
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Top Heating Element, 208-240V ~ 860W Max
Top Plate
Wire Tube, Left
Wire Tube, Right
Wire Tube, Clip
Hinge Axle, Rear, (includes Clips)
Hinge Axle, Washer
Power Cord, 240V, NEMA 6-15P Plug
Power Cord, 240V, NEMA 6-20P Plug (Canada only)
Power Cord Restraint
Foot, Rubber
Thermostat
Top Cover
Drip Tray (includes Knobs)
Box
Thermostat Control Knob
Pilot Light, Red, 220 Volt
Pilot Light Fascia
Control Panel Fascia
Bottom Heating Element, 208-240V 940W Max
Handle, Steel
Handle Grip, Plastic
Handle Spring
Brass Saddle Clamp
Bottom Plate
Hinge Axle, Rear
Decal, Vollrath
Bottom Cover, Vented
Bottom Cover, Non-Vented
Wire Brush
EXPLODED VIEW - Countertop Sandwich Press, Models ~ 40795 and 40795-C
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Warranty Statement for The Vollrath Co. L.L.C.
This warranty does not apply to products purchased for personal, family or household use, and The Vollrath Company LLC does not offer a written warranty to
purchasers for such uses.
The Vollrath Company LLC warrants each of its products listed below against defects in materials and workmanship for the applicable period provided below. All
other products manufactured or distributed by The Vollrath Company LLC are warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year.
In all cases, the warranty runs from the date of the end user’s original purchase found on the receipt.
„„ Replacement parts – The warranty period is 90 days.
For complete warranty information, product registration and new product announcement, visit www.vollrath.com.
The Vollrath Company, L.L.C.
1236 North 18th Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081-3201
U.S.A.
www.vollrath.com
Main Tel: 800.628.0830
Fax: 800.752.5620
Technical Services: 800.628.0832
Service Fax: 920.459.5462
Canada Service: 800.695.8560
© 2014 The Vollrath Company, L.L.C.
Item No. 2350014-1 en Rev 6/14