Audible 2220 Operating instructions

OPERATION & CARE
MANUAL
ELITE SERIES WARMER
1.5ft3 - P-2205
2.5ft3 - P-2210
3.5ft3 - P-2220
120V
P-2205
(shown with optional timer)
P-2220
BLANKET WARMING CABINET
OPERATION & CARE
PRINTED IN U.S.A.
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INDEX
Transport and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Procedures and Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2
Installation
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Electrical Information & clearance requirements . . . . . . . 3
General warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic
emissions & electromagnetic immunity. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Recommended separation distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Dimension drawings, weights & capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Operating Instructions
Blanket Control Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Blanket Chamber Operational Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Care and Cleaning
Cleaning and Preventative Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Protecting Stainless Steel Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Cleaning Agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Cleaning Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Clean the Unit Regularly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Service Parts Lists and Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-16
Wire Diagram
Always refer to wire diagram(s) included with the unit for
most current version.
Warranty
Transportation Damage and Claims . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
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BLANKET WARMING CABINET
TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
Transport and Storage Environmental Conditions (not to exceed 15 days)
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UNPACKING AND SET-UP
DELIVERY
UNPACKING
The Pedigo Blanket Warming Cabinet has been
thoroughly tested and inspected to insure only the
highest quality unit is provided. Upon receipt, check for
any possible shipping damage and report it at once to
the delivering carrier. See Transportation Damage and
Claims section located in this manual.
1. Carefully remove the
appliance from the
carton or crate.
NOTE: Do not discard the
carton and other
packaging material
until you have
inspected the unit
for hidden damage
and tested it for
proper operation.
This appliance, complete with unattached items
and accessories, may have been delivered in one
or more packages. Check to ensure that all standard
items and options have been received with each model
as ordered.
2. Read all instructions
in this manual carefully before initiating the
installation of this appliance.
Save all the information and instructions packed with
the appliance. Complete and return the warranty card
to the factory as soon as possible to assure prompt
service in the event of a warranty parts and labor claim.
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL.
This manual is considered to be part of
the appliance and is to be provided to the
owner or manager of the business or to the
person responsible for training operators.
Additional manuals are available from the
Pedigo service department.
This manual must be read and understood by all people
using or installing the equipment model. Contact the
Pedigo service department if you have any questions
concerning installation, operation, or maintenance.
NOTE:
All claims for warranty must include the
full model number and serial number of
the unit.
3. Remove all protective plastic film, packaging
materials, and accessories from the appliance
before connecting electrical power.
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SAFETY PROCEDURES A N D P R E C A U T I O N S
1. Pedigo blanket warmers are intended for warming
cotton blankets ONLY. No other use for this device is
authorized or recommended.
Knowledge of proper procedures is essential to the
safe operation of electrically energized equipment. In
accordance with generally accepted product safety labeling
guidelines for potential hazards, the following signal words
and symbols may be used throughout this manual.
2. This device is intended for use in commercial
establishments where all operators are familiar with
the purpose, limitations, and associated hazards of this
device. Operating instructions and warnings must be
read and understood by all operators and users.
Used to indicate the presence
of a hazard that will cause
severe personal injury, death,
or substantial property
damage if the warning
included with this symbol
is ignored.
3. Any troubleshooting guides, component views, and
parts lists included in this manual are for general
reference only and are intended for use by qualified
technical personnel.
Used to indicate the presence
of a hazard that can cause
personal injury, possible
death, or major property
damage if the warning
included with this symbol
is ignored.
4. This manual should be considered a permanent part of
this device. This manual and all supplied instructions,
diagrams, schematics, parts lists, notices, and labels
must remain with the device if the item is sold or moved
to another location.
Used to indicate the presence
of a hazard that can or will
cause minor or moderate
personal injury or property
damage if the warning
included with this symbol
is ignored.
NOTE
Pedigo warmers should not be left
unattended for periods of more than 24 hours.
In case of absences longer than 24 hours,
disconnect the warmer from its power source.
Used to indicate the presence
of a hazard that can or will
cause minor personal injury,
property damage, or a
potential unsafe practice if the
warning included with this
symbol is ignored.
NOTE:
NOTE
For equipment delivered for use
in any location regulated by the
following directive:
Used to notify personnel of
installation, operation, or
maintenance information that is
important but not hazard related.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF ELECTRICAL
OR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WITH
OTHER MUNICIPAL WASTE.
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PREPARATION
Before operating the cabinet, clean both the interior and exterior of the unit with a damp cloth and mild
soap solution. Wipe with an appropriate disinfectant.
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
The power specifications are located on the unit identification rating tag. This rating tag
is permanently attached to the unit and must be located to verify power requirements.
Electrical
P-2205
120 V.A.C.
50/60 Hz, 1ph
Safety Class I
Equipment
P-2210
P-2220
5.0 Amps, 0.6 kW
5.0 Amps, 0.6 kW
6.7 Amps, 0.8 kW
NEMA 5-15P
15A - 125V Plug
Hospital Grade
NEMA 5-15P
15A - 125V Plug
Hospital Grade
NEMA 5-15P
15A - 125V Plug
Hospital Grade
Wire diagram is located
under top cover of unit.
Hazardous
Voltage Present
Grounding reliability can only be achieved when equipment is
connected to an equivalent receptacle marked “Hospital Grade.”
Medical Equipment classified by Underwriters
Laboratories with Respect to Electrical Shock,
Fire and Mechanical Hazards only, in Accordance
Protective Earth
with UL 60601-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1.
Ground Symbol
UL File No.
E201645
Clearance requirements:
2" from rear
1" from sides
3/4" from bottom
DANGER
DANGER
DO NOT use this warming cabinet
in the presence of flammable
anesthetic mixture (with air or
with oxygen or nitrous oxide).
THIS COULD RISK AN EXPLOSION!
ENSURE POWER SOURCE
MATCHES VOLTAGE STAMPED
ON APPLIANCE NAMEPLATE.
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GENERAL WARNINGS
The Elite Series warmer requires special precautions
regarding EMC and needs to be installed and put into
service according to the EMC information provided in
the accompanying documents.
WARNING: A risk of increased emissions or decreased
immunity may result if the power cord attached is altered
or a manufacturer supplied power cable is not used.
The Elite Series Warmer should not be used adjacent to or
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect stacked with other equipment.
medical electrical equipment.
WARNING: observe to verify normal operation if it is
The Elite Series Warmer has a detachable power cord that is
necessary to use adjacent to or stacked with other equipment.
~2.5m in length.
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions
The Elite Series Warmers are intended for use in the electromagnet environment specified below. The customer or the end user of the Elite
Series Warmer should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The Elite Series Warmer uses RF energy only for it internal function. Therefore,
its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class B
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Class A
The Elite Series Warmer is suitable for use in all establishments, including
domestic establishments and those directly connected to the public low-voltage
power supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
Voltage fluctuations/Flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Complies
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The Elite Series Warmer is intended for use in the electromagnet environment specified below. The customer or the end user of the Elite
Series Warmer should assure that it is used in such an environment.
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Electromagnetic discharge (ESD)
±6 kV contact
±6 kV contact
IEC 61000-4-2
±8 kV air
±8 kV air
Electrical fast transient/burst
±2 kV for power supply lines
IEC 61000-4-4
±1 kV for input/output lines
+2 kV for power
supply lines
Surge
±1 kV differential mode
IEC 61000-4-5
±2 kV common mode
±1 kV differential
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Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile.
If floors are covered with synthetic material, the
relative humidity should be at least 30%.
Mains power quality should be that of a
typical commercial or hospital environment.
The Elite Series Warmer does not have any
input/output lines.
Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
±2 kV common mode
Voltage dips, short interruptions
and voltage variations on power
supply input lines
IEC 61000-4-11
Power frequency (50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
70 % UT (30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
<5 % UT (>95 % dip in Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment. If the user
UT) for 0.5 cycle
of the Elite Series Warmer requires continued
40 % UT (60 % dip in operation during power mains interruptions, it
UT) for 5 cycles
is recommended that the Elite Series Warmer be
70 % UT (30 % dip in powered from an uninterruptible power supply or
a battery.
UT) for 25 cycles
<5 % UT (>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
<5 % UT (>95 % dip in
UT) for 5 sec
3 A/m
3 A/m
<5 % UT (>95 % dip in UT)
for 0.5 cycle
40 % UT (60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
IEC 61000-4-8
Power frequency magnetic fields should be at
levels characteristic of a typical location in a
typical commercial or hospital environment.
NOTE UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
The essential performance of the Elite Series Warmer is to not exceed internal temperature of 250 degrees F (+10%) at any setting.
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Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The Elite Series Warmer is intended for use in the electromagnet environment specified below. The customer or the end user of the Elite
Series Warmer should assure that it is used in such an environment.
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Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no
closer to any part of the Elite Series Warmer, including cables, than the
recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to
the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
3V
d = [3.5/3] ˃P
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
3 V/m
d = [3.5/3] ˃P 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = [7/3] ˃P 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts
(W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is the recommended
separation distance in metres (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an
electromagnetic site survey,a should be less than the compliance level in each
frequency range.b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with the following
symbol:
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from
structures, objects and people.
a
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur
radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic
environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the
location in which the Elite Series Warmer is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the Elite Series Warmer should be
observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or
relocating the Elite Series Warmer.
b
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than [VI] V/m.
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunityRecommended separation
distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the Elite Series
The Elite Series Warmer is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The
customer or the user of the Elite Series Warmer can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between
portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the Elite Series Warmer as recommended below, according to the
maximum output power of the communications equipment.
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For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation
applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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Specifications:
s Single-chamber warming cabinet
s White epoxy-coated steel exterior casing and
interior insert
s Single pane, energy efficient, e-coated glass window in
door allows for inventory observation
s Easy, hands-free door release
s Door is fully gasketed and hinged on the right side of
the unit
s WarmRight® technology utilizes multiple zone heating that
monitors surfaces for safe temperature ranges
s Elite P-2220 includes a heated center shelf
s Furnished with four (4) 3/4" (19mm) non-skid rubber feet
s Optional casters available
Operates in Celsius or Fahrenheit
Four digit L.E.D. display
On/Off key
Up and down arrow keys
Actual temperature key
Interior light key
Built-in speaker for audible feedback
Built-in button lock-out feature on control
Additional features:
s L.E.D. interior lighting casts a comforting blue glow with
two (2) different intensity settings, and OFF mode.
s In the event of a power failure, the cabinet will remember
its programming and begin to operate as before when
power is restored.
s A warming shut-off system, separate from the electronic
control, prevents overheating.
s Timer (optional) allows the user to program the control to
automatically turn on and off at a selected time.
Control:
s Electronic control
s Efficient, balanced heating system allows for low energy
consumption and minimal heat loss
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D I M E N S I O N S
Clearance requirements:
2" from rear
1" from sides
3/4" from bottom
P-2220
9.25" (235.0mm)
CORD LOCATION
P-2210
18.6" (471.3mm)
18.5" (470.9mm)
23.2" (589.6mm)*
22.8" (580.3mm)*
17.6" (447.1mm)
18.5" (469.9mm)
CAVITY
9.6" (244.0mm)
3.6" (92.0mm)
CORD LOCATION
14.6"
(372.0mm)
CAVITY
15.5" (393.7mm)
CAVITY
3.6" (92.0mm)
CORD LOCATION
9.6"
(245.0mm)
CAVITY
19.8" (504.1mm)*
BETWEEN SHELVES
18.0" (456.4mm)
18.5" (470.9mm)
14.5"
(368.0mm)
CAVITY
14.5"
(368.0mm)
CAVITY
3.6" (92.0mm)
CORD LOCATION
14.5"
(368.0mm)
CAVITY
27.9" (709.8mm)
27.2" 690.9mm)
21.9" (556.5mm)
21.2" (538.3mm)
16.9" (429.5mm)
16.2" (411.3mm)
P-2205
18.5" (469.9mm)
CAVITY
20.6" (523.3mm)
23.8" (604.7mm)
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*Add 2" (51mm) to the depth for
power cord. Cord length: 6 ft (1.83m).
BLANKET CONTROL FEATURES
Control and LED Display
UP
button
TEMPERATURE
RECALL button
Overtemp
Button lockout
indicator light indicator light
DOWN
button
ON/OFF
button
INTERIOR
LIGHT button
CONTROL PANEL BUTTONS
L.E.D. DISPLAY STATUS INDICATORS
ON/OFF BUTTON
OVERTEMP INDICATOR LIGHT
This indicator will illuminate and an alarm will sound
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higher. The alarm can be muted by pressing the ON/
OFF button.
Press the ON/OFF button to power on the control.
Press and hold the ON/OFF button for three (3)
seconds to power off the control.
INTERIOR LIGHT BUTTON
Press INTERIOR LIGHT button to toggle blue interior
LED light intensity to high, low, or off.
ERROR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
To clear or acknowledge an error, press the ON/OFF
button. Press the ON/OFF button to acknowledge
the periodic alarm. If the alarm continues or returns,
the warmer is still experiencing an error and may
need service.
UP AND DOWN ARROW BUTTONS
Used to increase or decrease the temperature set-point.
On units with optional timer installed the arrow buttons
are used to increase or decrease time, date, auto-start,
and auto-stop times.
BUTTON LOCKOUT INDICATOR LIGHT
The lock indicator light will illuminate when the control
lock feature is engaged. Press the ON/OFF button
and UP ARROW simultaneously to lock the control.
Press the ON/OFF button and DOWN ARROW button
simultaneously to unlock the control.
TEMPERATURE RECALL BUTTON
Press the TEMPERATURE RECALL button to view
the actual cavity temperature. The display will
show the actual cavity temperature for five (5)
seconds before reverting back to displaying the
current temperature set-point.
POWER FAIL DETECTION
If the power fails for any reason while heating, the warmer will
retain its current operating state in memory. The control will
resume operating after the power is restored. In order to alert
the user that the power has failed, the decimal place on the
first digit will flash. Press the ON/OFF key to acknowledge the
power failure and restoration.
L.E.D. DIGITAL DISPLAY
The control has a four-digit L.E.D. display.
AUDIBLE BUTTON FUNCTION
The warmer’s audible button function can be turned
ON or OFF.
1.
While the warmer is OFF, press and hold the
DOWN ARROW button for four (4) seconds.
2.
The display will show the current audible
button status, 0 (OFF) or 1(ON). Press the
UP or DOWN arrows to toggle between the
two states.
NOTE: If the timer option is installed, the warmer must be
off for more than 60 seconds to signal a power failure alarm.
When acknowledging a power interruption, the display will
show the hours and minutes that the control has been off due
to the power outage.
TEMPERATURE FORMAT SELECTION
While the controller is in OFF state, press and hold
the TEMPERATURE RECALL button key for four (4)
seconds to display the current temperature scale.
Press either the UP or DOWN arrows to toggle
between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
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OPTIONAL BLANKET CONTROL FEATURES
Optional Timer Control
TIMER ON/OFF
button
4. Press the UNIT TIME button again to set the date. Press
the UP or DOWN arrow keys to adjust the date.
SET OR VIEW
START TIME button
5. Press the UNIT TIME button again to set the day c
ode (d1-d7). Press the UP or DOWN arrows keys to
adjust the day code. This is an optional step unless
you are going to configure the auto-timer to start and/
or stop at a different time for each day of the week.
Typically Monday=d1, Tuesday=d2, etc., but this is
user configurable.
ON/OFF
indicator
light
SAME START AND STOP TIMES FOR THE WEEK
UNIT TIME
button
SET OR VIEW
STOP TIME button
Timer option must be OFF to set start time.
1. Press the START TIME button to view the start time for
that day.
NOTE: If your warmer is not equipped with this optional
automated timer feature or you choose not to use it, you
do not need to set the time and this section can be skipped.
2. Press and hold the START TIME button for four (4)
seconds to set the current day’s start time as the same
time for every day of the week. The ON/OFF indicator
light will flash slowly.
Unit time must be manually reset for daylight saving time.
Times are always displayed in 24-hour format (HH:MM). Midnight
is 00:00. Noon is 12:00. 1:00 p.m. is 13:00.
3. Press the UP or DOWN ARROW buttons to change the
default start time minutes. Press and hold the arrows
to adjust by hours.
If the display has changed due to user interaction, it will reset after
five (5) seconds of inactivity.
4. Press the STOP TIME button to view the stop time for
that day.
If the start and stop times are the same, the warmer will recognize
the OFF time only and the warmer will not turn on without user
intervention. This is the best way to set the warmer for the days
when is not needed.
5. Press and hold the STOP TIME button for four (4)
seconds to set the current day’s stop time as the same
time for every day of the week. The ON/OFF indicator
light will flash slowly.
TIMER CONTROL PANEL
Blanket warmers with this option have four (4) timer buttons:
6. Press UP or DOWN ARROW buttons to change stop
time. Press and hold the arrows to adjust by hours.
TIMER ON/OFF BUTTON
Press the TIMER ON/OFF button to initiate automatic start/
stop operation mode. The ON/OFF inidicator light next to
this button will illuminate when mode is turned on.
7. When both times are set, allow the ON/OFF indicator
light to extinguish and then press and hold the Timer
ON/OFF button until the ON/OFF indicator light stays
on steadily.
UNIT TIME BUTTON
Press to view current time, date, and day and initiate
changes to settings.
Caution: Activating this mode overrides all individual
day programming.
SET OR VIEW START TIME BUTTON
Press to view current automatic start time and initiate
changes to set time.
DIFFERENT START AND STOP TIMES FOR EACH DAY OF
THE WEEK
Press and hold the UNIT TIME button for eight (8) seconds.
The ON/OFF indicator light will flash rapidly. The display
will show the current day. Adjust the day by pressing the
UP or DOWN arrow keys.
SET OR VIEW STOP TIME BUTTON
Press to view current automatic stop time and initiate
changes to set time.
1. Press the START TIME or STOP TIME button to display
the start or stop times for that day. Press the UP or
DOWN arrow keys to adjust the automatic start and
stop times.
RESET UNIT TIME BUTTON
Timer option must be OFF to reset the unit time.
NOTE: “E-60” is displayed if the clock is not set or the control has
been off too long and the memory has corrupted.
1.
2. Press the UNIT TIME button again to display the day.
Repeat steps 1-2 for each day of the week.
If “E-60” Is displayed on the screen, press either the UNIT TIME
button or the ON/OFF button to acknowledge error.
3. When all days and times are set, allow the ON/OFF
indicator light to extinguish and then press and hold
the Timer ON/OFF button until the ON/OFF indicator
light stays on steadily.
2. Press and hold the UNIT TIME button for four (4)
seconds until the auto-timer ON/OFF indicator light
flashes slowly and the display shows the current set
time. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to adjust the time
by minute or press and hold the UP or DOWN button to
adjust time more quickly.
4. The warmer will now turn on and off automatically at
the times set for each day.
3. Press the UNIT TIME button again to view or set the
year. Press the UP or DOWN arrow keys to adjust the
year. The year will always adjust by one (1).
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BLANKET CHAMBER OPERATION PROCEDURES
1. A P-2205, P-2210 or P-2220 appliance should be plugged
into a hospital grade, NEMA 5-15P, 120V receptacle.
P-2205 & P-2210 cords require 6A or greater rating.
P-2220 cords require 10A or greater rating.
CAUTION
BLANKET SUPPORT INSERTS MUST BE
USED WHEN WARMING BLANKETS.
2. Turn on the power switch, which is located
at the back of the appliance just above
power cord. It is a rocker-type switch with
international ON (I) and OFF (O) markings.
CAUTION
3. ACTIVATE CONTROL BY PRESSING THE
/./&&+%9/.#/.42/,0!.%,/.#%
The digital L.E.D. display will indicate last
temperature set-point of compartment.
DO NOT OVERLOAD CABINET.
ALLOW 1” GAP BETWEEN BLANKETS
AND TOP OF UNIT OR SHELF.
4. SET DESIRED TEMPERATURE.
To set the blanket warming temperature, press and
hold the UP or DOWN ARROW keys to change the value
shown in the display. The temperature set-point range is
ª#ª&
5. LOAD THE CHAMBER WITH DRY, 100% COTTON
BLANKETS. DO NOT WARM SYNTHETIC BLEND
FABRICS OR ITEMS CONTAINING PLASTIC,
RUBBER OR METAL SNAPS, STUDS, HOOKS, ETC.
Check that the epoxy-coated blanket insert is in place.
This blanket insert MUST be used to hold blankets. Make
certain the cabinet door is securely closed during use.
6. ROTATE LOAD OF BLANKETS DAILY.
Rotate the blankets at the bottom of the load to the top
to ensure equal usage. Failure to rotate blankets can
cause blankets to discolor.
Note: Avoid using flammable cabinet cleaning
agents, as well as blanket cleaning agents that
cause fabric to become brittle over time.
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CLEANING AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
PROTECTING STAINLESS STEEL, EPOXY COATED AND
PLASTIC SURFACES
It is important to guard against
corrosion in the care of stainless
steel surfaces. Harsh, corrosive,
or inappropriate chemicals can
completely destroy the protective
surface layer of stainless steel, epoxy
or plastic. Abrasive pads, steel wool,
or metal implements will abrade
surfaces causing damage to this protective coating and
will eventually result in areas of corrosion. Even water,
particularly hard water that contains high to moderate
concentrations of chloride, will cause oxidation and pitting
that result in rust and corrosion. In addition, many acidic
spills left to remain on metal surfaces are contributing
factors that will corrode surfaces.
CLEANING AGENTS
Use non-abrasive cleaning products designed for use on
stainless steel surfaces. Cleaning agents must be chloridefree compounds and must not contain quaternary salts.
Never use hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid) on stainless
steel surfaces. Always use the proper cleaning agent at the
manufacturer’s recommended strength. Contact your local
cleaning supplier for product recommendations.
CLEANING MATERIALS
The cleaning function can
usually be accomplished with
the proper cleaning agent and
a soft, clean cloth. When more
aggressive methods must be
employed, use a non-abrasive
scouring pad on difficult
areas and make certain to
scrub with the visible grain of
surface metal to avoid surface
scratches. Never use wire
brushes, metal scouring pads,
or scrapers to remove residue.
Proper cleaning agents, materials, and methods are vital
to maintaining the appearance and life of this appliance.
Spilled items should be removed and the area wiped as
soon as possible but at the very least, a minimum of once
a day. Always thoroughly rinse surfaces after using a
cleaning agent and wipe standing water as quickly as
possible after rinsing.
7.
Ensure that the correct Operation and Care Manual is
available to all users.
Check the blanket insert and shelf (if applicable). Is the
insert in place? Are any pieces missing?
8.
Ensure that all users have been properly trained in
unit’s operation.
Check caster or leg condition. Ensure components are
secure and tightly threaded.
9.
Check control panel overlay condition. Are there any
tears or excessive wear on the graphic? Does the
control work properly when buttons are pushed?
ANNUAL PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
1.
2.
3.
Do not exceed the unit’s capacity.
4.
Inspect condition of plug and cord. Replace if damaged.
5.
Clean dust from outer vents surrounding the unit and
around top of bonnet.
6.
Check door gasket integrity. Are there any tears? Is the
gasket worn or loose? Make sure seal is tight to unit
body. Replace gasket if integrity is compromised.
10. Check that all control and interior LEDs light up.
Contact Service for immediate repair if any of the above
problems exist.
CAUTION
RA PE
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NO
SC
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S
E EL P A
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NO
BRU
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NO
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TO PROTECT SURFACES,
COMPLETELY AVOID THE USE OF
ABRASIVE CLEANING COMPOUNDS,
CHLORIDE BASED CLEANERS,
OR CLEANERS CONTAINING
QUATERNARY SALTS. NEVER USE
HYDROCHLORIC ACID (MURIATIC
ACID) ON STAINLESS STEEL. NEVER
USE WIRE BRUSHES, METAL
SCOURING PADS OR SCRAPERS.
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CARE AND CLEANING
The cleanliness and appearance of this equipment will contribute considerably to its operating
efficiency. Make certain the cabinet and door gasket are kept free of any debris that may
accumulate. Good equipment that is kept clean works better and lasts longer.
CLEAN THE UNIT REGULARLY:
1. Disconnect the cabinet from the power source.
2. Remove all detachable items such as blanket insert. Clean these items separately.
NOTE: Avoid the use of abrasive cleaning compounds, chloride based cleaners, or cleaners
containing quaternary salts. Never use hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid) on surfaces.
3. Clean the interior metal surfaces of the cabinet with a damp cloth and any mild
commercial detergent. Avoid the use of abrasive cleaning compounds. Rinse
surfaces by wiping with sponge and clean warm water. Remove excess water with
sponge andwipe dry with a clean cloth or air dry. Leave doors open until interior is completely dry.
4. Interior can be wiped with a sanitizing solution after cleaning and rinsing. This solution must be approved for
use on stainless steel surfaces. Replace blanket support assembly.
5. Clean the exterior of the cabinet with a cleaner recommended for powder coated surfaces.
6. Clean the window glass with a standard commercial glass cleaner.
7. Wipe control panel, door vents, door buttons, and door gaskets thoroughly since these areas harbor debris.
8. Wipe door gaskets and control panel dry with a clean, soft cloth.
Always follow appropriate state or local health (hygiene) regulations regarding all applicable cleaning and
sanitation requirements.
DANGER
DANGER
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR BE STEAM CLEANED,
HOSED DOWN, OR FLOODED WITH
WATER OR LIQUID SOLUTION OF
ANY KIND. DO NOT USE WATER JET
TO CLEAN.
DISCONNECT UNIT FROM
POWER SOURCE BEFORE
CLEANING OR SERVICING.
SEVERE DAMAGE OR
ELECTRICAL HAZARD
COULD RESULT.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID IF
APPLIANCE IS FLOODED
(Listed as Ordinary Equipment.)
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
If your unit is not operating properly, check the following before calling your authorized service agent. Check
the power applied to the unit. Verify female end of plug is securly seated in unit and that the male end of plug
ISINANAPPROPRIATEFUNCTIONINGOUTLET)STHEPOWERCIRCUITBREAKERSWITCHINREAROFUNIT/+#HECKFUSES
(See “Fuse Replacement” on page 16.) Has the high limit manual reset tripped? If so, reset. (See “Manual Reset
Instructions” below.)
Do not attempt to repair or service beyond this point. Contact manufacturer for nearest authorized service
agent. Repairs made by any other service agent without prior authorization by manufacturer will void the
warranty on the unit.
This chart is provided for the assistance of qualified technicians only and is not intended for use by untrained
or unauthorized service personnel.
Error
Refers to
Action Required
E-10
ES10
ES20
ES30
ES40
ES50
ES60
ES70
Cavity sensor
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 3
Sensor 4
Sensor 5
Sensor 6
Sensor 7
Sensor is shorted. Software disengages heating pads. User must acknowledge error by pressing ON/OFF
button. If error persists, a qualified service technician should test sensor.
s To test sensor: Detach the sensor from side wall. Use an Ohm meter to measure the resistance of the
SENSOR#HECKSENSORATª&ª#USINGACONTAINEROFICEWATER)FREADINGIS+/HM¢+/HM
REPLACEDISPLAY)FREADINGIS¢+/HMREPLACESENSOR
s Check wires for integrity. Check for proper and secure connections at the control and terminal block. If
necessary, re-secure the faulty connections.
s Call Service if error persists.
E-11
ES11
ES21
ES31
ES41
ES51
ES61
ES71
Cavity sensor
Pad sensor 1
Pad sensor 2
Pad sensor 3
Pad sensor 4
Pad sensor 5
Pad sensor 6
Pad sensor 7
Sensor is open. Software disengages heating pads. User must acknowledge error by pressing ON/OFF button. If error persists, a qualified service technician should test sensor.
s To test sensor: Detach the sensor from unit. Use an Ohm meter to measure the resistance of the sensor.
#HECKSENSORATª&ª#USINGACONTAINEROFICEWATER)FREADINGIS+/HM¢+/HMREPLACE
DISPLAY)FREADINGIS¢+/HMREPLACESENSOR
s Check wires for integrity. Check for proper and secure connections at the control and terminal block. If
necessary, re-secure the faulty connections.
s Call Service if error persists.
P130
P230
P330
P430
P530
P630
P730
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Pad 4
Pad 5
Pad 6
Pad 7
Heating pad has not reached set-point temperature within one hour. User must acknowledge error by
pressing ON/OFF button. If error persists, a qualified service technician should test the pad(s).
s Turn unit OFF and unplug it from AC power. Use Ohm meter to measure resistance between L:(Line) &
N:(Neutral) leads of heater pad. The Ohm readings shall be:
s 6/HM¢
s 6/HM¢
s Call Service if error persists.
E-31
P131
P231
P331
P431
P531
P631
P731
Cavity sensor
Pad sensor 1
Pad sensor 2
Pad sensor 3
Pad sensor 4
Pad sensor 5
Pad sensor 6
Pad sensor 7
Sensor reading is above maximum allowable temperature set-point. Software disengages heating pads.
User must acknowledge error by pressing ON/OFF button. Allow unit to cool. Call Service if error persists.
E-60
Real Time Clock
Checksum Error
Real Time Clock rechargeable battery backup has discharged. Plug unit into outlet for
30 minutes. See “Timer Control Panel” section on page 9 to reset clock.
E-61
Real Time Clock
Real Time Clock not responding. Call Service if error persists.
E-70
Pad Count Error
More pads detected than set for. Hold ON/OFF button for 12 seconds until display shows "PAd#” (# = number of pads selected [3-7]). Press UP or DOWN arrow to adjust to correct number of pads. (P-2205 & P-2210
= 3 pads, P-2220 = 4 pads)
E-80
EEPROM Error
Call Serivce.
E-83
EEPROM Error
Call Service for help resetting the control.
E-87
EEPROM Error
Stored offsets corrupted. Offsets reset to 0. Control may need a recalibration. Possible bad EEPROM. Call
Service if error persists.
E-90
Button stuck
A button has been held down for >60 seconds. Adjust control. Error will reset when the problem has
been resolved.
NOTE: All error codes can be cleared using the ON/OFF button.
Manual Reset Instructions: After allowing unit to cool, remove
three (3) screws from top cover (on upper edge of the back of
unit). Slide top panel toward back of unit (approximately 1/2"
[13mm]) and then lift up. Locate the two (2) manual reset buttons
in middle of the bonnet. (See “MANUAL RESETS” in bold on
service views on following pages.) Firmly push reset button(s).
You will hear an audible click when the buttons are reset. If
reset button trips again while unit is running, contact a qualified
service technician.
13
CAUTION
THIS SECTION IS PROVIDED FOR THE ASSISTANCE
OF QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIANS ONLY AND
IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY UNTRAINED OR
UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
SERVICE PARTS LIST
DESCRIPTION
LOC
(SEE SERVICE VIEWS ON FOLLOWING PAGES)
P-2205 P/N QTY P-2210 P/N QTY P-2220 P/N QTY
MECHANICAL HARDWARE
1.
",!.+%43500/24"/44/-
1011045
1
1011265
1
1011265
1
2.
",!.+%43500/243)$%3
1011046
2
1011264
2
1011358
2
3.
",!.+%43(%,&(%!4%$
N/A
-
N/A
-
5012696
1
4.
BOTTOM COVER
1011026
1
1011267
1
1011267
1
5.
BUMPER FEET, RUBBER
FE-29203
4
FE-29203
4
FE-29203
4
6.
DOOR ASSEMBLY
5011206
1
5011584
1
5011606
1
7.
INSULATION
CONTACT
FACTORY
-
CONTACT
FACTORY
-
CONTACT
FACTORY
-
8.
REAR COVER
1011025
1
1011268
1
1011289
1
9.
SIDES
1011024
2
1011269
2
1011288
2
1011266
1
1011266
10. TOP COVER
1011029
1
11. PLATE, LOWER HINGE
1011240
1
1011240
1
1011240
1
12. PLATE, UPPER HINGE
ELECTRICAL & CONTROL HARDWARE
1011098
1
1011098
1
1011098
1
13. 60/7%2#/2$
CD-34906
1
CD-34906
1
CD-35030
1
14. 60/7%2#/2$
CONTACT
FACTORY
1
CONTACT
FACTORY
1
CONTACT
FACTORY
1
BU-29206
3
BU-29206
3
BU-29206
3
1011149
1
1011149
1
1011149
1
SN-34976
1
SN-34976
1
SN-34976
CL-22259
18
19. CLIP, PANEL RETAINER
CL-29193
20. BUTTON COVER
CV-29256
15. BUSHING
16. BUTTON RETAINER PLATE
17. #!6)493%.3/2
18. CLIP, HEATING PAD
CL-22259
18
10
CL-29193
1
CV-29256
1
1
CL-22259
18
10
CL-29193
10
1
CV-29256
1
21. "544/.#/6%2!3397)4(4)-%2#,/#+
CV-29434
1
CV-29434
1
CV-29434
1
22. CONTROL BOARD
BA-34867
1
BA-34867
1
BA-34867
1
23. #/.42/,"/!2$7)4(4)-%2#,/#+
BA-34869
1
BA-34869
1
BA-34869
1
24. COVER, DISPLAY OVERLAY
CV-29177
1
CV-29177
1
CV-29177
1
25. DISPLAY BOARD
BA-34868
1
BA-34868
1
BA-34868
1
26. EQUIPOTENTIAL RECEPTACLE (230V)
IS-34928
1
IS-34928
1
IS-34928
1
27. FUSES (F1, F2) FAST ACTING
FU-34955
2
FU-34955
2
FU-34955
2
28. HEATING PAD ELEMENT
EL-34838
3
EL-34838
3
EL-34838
4
29. LATCH, BUTTON
LT-29176
1
LT-29176
1
LT-29176
1
30. LED ASSEMBLY
5012953
1
5012953
1
5012953
1
31. POWER SUPPLY BOARD
BA-34965
1
BA-34965
1
BA-34965
1
32. RELAY BOARD
BA-34953
1
BA-34953
1
BA-34953
1
4
PR-34837
3
PR-34837
3
PR-34837
34. 30%!+%2"/!2$
33. SENSOR
BA-34979
1
BA-34979
1
BA-34979
1
35. SPRING
SD-29371
1
SD-29371
1
SD-29371
1
36. STAND-OFFS/SPACERS
SP-33849
11
SP-33849
11
SP-33849
11
37. SPACERS
SP-29425
9
SP-29425
9
SP-29425
9
38. SWITCH
SW-34911
1
SW-34911
1
SW-34911
1
39. THERMOSTAT, AUTO RESET
TT-34908
3
TT-34908
3
TT-34908
4
40. THERMOSTAT, MANUAL RESET
TT-34907
2
TT-34907
2
TT-34907
2
41. WASHER, FLAT
WS-23991
1
WS-23991
1
WS-23991
1
42. WASHER, RUBBER
WS-25056
9
WS-25056
9
WS-25056
9
5013640
1
5013640
1
5013640
1
43. $//2,!4#(0)6/4!3393%26)#%+)4
*NOT SHOWN
*,/Ê 1,-Ê Ê,7 -Ê,Ê-1
/Ê/"Ê
Ê7/"1/Ê "/
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14
SERVICE PARTS GUIDE
Heating Pad Locations
10
ZONE 2
SIDE)
ZONE 4
(SHELF)
(LEFT
26
38
ZONE 1
(RIGHT
SIDE)
9
27
8
ZONE 3
(SHELF)
FRONT OF UNIT
9
16
7
6
2
20
21
24
1
4
5
25
30 33
25
29
22
36
23 32
15
31 19
35
41
16
11
42
37
34
39
40 MANUAL RESETS
33
11
18
28
15
FUSE REPLACEMENT
Fuse replacement:
1. Unplug power cord from wall outlet and ON/OFF switch on unit.
2. Fuse compartment is located directly below the plug receptacle.
Use fingernail or thin implement to flip compartment door open.
3. Use fingernail or thin implement to pull fuse drawer out from compartment.
4. Use a thin implement to push fuses up out of drawer.
5. Replace fuse.
6. Push drawer back into compartment.
7. Close compartment door.
F2 Fuse
F1 Fuse
Fuse drawer
Fuse compartment door
OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES PARTS LIST*
OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
STEM CASTER, SWIVEL, 3” (76mm)
STEM CASTER, BRAKE, 3” (76mm)
QTY
2
2
P-2205 P/N QTY P-2210 P/N QTY P-2220 P/N
CS-20500
2
CS-20500
2
CS-20500
CS-29499
2
CS-29499
2
CS-29499
*NOT SHOWN
*,/Ê 1,-Ê Ê,7 -Ê,Ê-1
/Ê/"Ê
Ê7/"1/Ê "/
°
16
Refer to wire diagram under top cover of unit for most current version
17
TRAN SP OR T A T I O N
D AM AG E A N D C L A I M S
PEDIGO PRODUCTS, INC.
LIMITED WARRANTY
All Pedigo Products, Inc. equipment
is sold F.O.B. shipping point, and when
accepted by the carrier, such shipments
become the property of the consignee.
Should damage occur in shipment, it is a matter between the carrier
and the consignee. In such cases, the carrier is assumed to be
responsible for the safe delivery of the merchandise, unless negligence
can be established on the part of the shipper.
1.
Make an immediate inspection while the equipment is still in the
truck or immediately after it is moved to the receiving area. Do
not wait until after the material is moved to a storage area.
Pedigo Products, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that any
original part that is found to be defective in material or workmanship
will, at our option, subject to provisions hereinafter stated, be
replaced with a new or rebuilt part.
The labor warranty remains in effect one (1) year from installation or
fifteen (15) months from the shipping date, whichever occurs first.
The parts warranty for the cavity fan motor remains in effect one (1)
year from installation or fifteen (15) months from the shipping date,
whichever occurs first. The parts warranty on all other parts remains
in effect three (3) years from installation or thirty-nine (39) months
from the shipping date, whichever occurs first.
This warranty does not apply to:
1.
Calibration
2.
Equipment damage caused by accident, shipping, improper
installation or alteration.
3.
Equipment used under conditions of abuse, misuse, carelessness
or abnormal conditions including equipment subjected to
harsh or inappropriate chemicals including but not limited to
compounds containing chloride or quaternary salts, poor water
quality, or equipment with missing or altered serial numbers.
2.
Do not sign a delivery receipt or a freight bill until you have made
a proper count and inspection of all merchandise received.
3.
Note all damage to packages directly on the carrier’s
delivery receipt.
4.
4.
Make certain the driver signs this receipt. If he refuses to sign,
make a notation of this refusal on the receipt.
Any losses or damage resulting from malfunction, including loss
of contents or consequential or incidental damages of any kind.
5.
If the driver refuses to allow inspection, write the following on
the delivery receipt:
Equipment modified in any manner from original model,
substitution of parts other than factory authorized parts, removal
of any parts including legs, or addition of any parts.
6.
Collateral or incidental damage as a direct result of servicing
equipment built into a wall structure is not covered under
warranty. It is the responsibility of the owner to bear all
expense related to structural repairs including, but not limited
to, external electrical connections and wiring, and the removal
or replacement of caulk, grout, tile, or wall covering of any
kind. A service access panel for built-in equipment installations
is strongly recommended.
5.
Driver refuses to allow inspection of containers for
visible damage.
6.
Telephone the carrier’s office immediately upon finding damage,
and request an inspection. Mail a written confirmation of the
time, date, and the person called.
7.
Save any packages and packing material for further inspection by
the carrier.
8.
Promptly file a written claim with the carrier and attach copies of
all supporting paperwork.
We will continue our policy of assisting our customers in collecting
claims which have been properly filed and actively pursued. We
cannot, however, file any damage claims for you, assume the
responsibility of any claims, or accept deductions in payment
for such claims.
This warranty is exclusive and is in lieu of all other warranties,
expressed or implied, including the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for purpose. In no event shall the
Company be liable for loss of use, loss of revenue, or loss of contents
or revenue, or for indirect or consequential damages. This warranty
is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied and Pedigo
Prodcuts, Inc. neither assumes or authorizes any persons to assume
for it any other obligation or liability in connection with Pedigo
Products, Inc. equipment.
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Record the model and serial numbers of the unit for easy
reference. Always refer to both model and serial numbers in your
correspondence regarding the unit.
Model: ___________________________________________________
Serial Number: ____________________________________________
Purchased From: __________________________________________
Date Installed: ______________
Voltage: __________________
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