Market Forge Industries 2692PHE Operating instructions

MSA-SB-2600 MILITARY SUB-ASSEMBLY
HIGH EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVEN
INSTALLATION - OPERATION - service - parts
models
‰‰MSA-SB-2600
‰‰MSA-SB-2692
NSN: 9Z 7310-01-519-8399
APL: 43A040025
MF P/N: 98-3600 (No Drain)
NSN: TBD
APL: TBD
MF P/N: 98-3660 (Liner Drain)
44 Lakeside Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05401 USA
Telephone: (802) 658-6600 Fax: (802) 864-0183
www.mfii.com
PN 14-0395 Rev a (9/14)
© 2014 - Market Forge Industries Inc.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alternation,
service or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death. Read the installation, operation and maintenance instructions thoroughly
before installing or servicing
this equipment.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
INSTALLATION
Introduction.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Assembly Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Main Frame Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Oven Cavity Assembly.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Control Panel Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Inside Oven Cavity Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Door Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Outer Skin Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
OPERATION
Control and Operating Instructions.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
The information contained in this
manual is important for the proper installation, use, and maintenance of this oven. Adherence
to these procedures and instructions will result in satisfactory
baking results and long, trouble free service. Please read
this manual carefully and retain
it for future reference.
Troubleshooting.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Wiring Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
illustrated parts list
Recommended Spare Parts.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Door Assembly with Slide Latch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Control Panel with Probe Option.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
appendix
Oven Performance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
ERRORS: Descriptive, typographic or pictorial errors are
subject to correction. Specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Spec Information.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Spare Parts List Description.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Parts List Fasteners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
IMPORTANT NOTICE
NOTES
1. Accutemp griddle mounting;
This version of the Installation Manual for the Market Forge oven model MSA-SB-2600 includes the (4) parts (listed
below) that were modified in order to accept the Accutemp Griddle being mounted on top. All ovens shipped from the
Market Forge factory with a Serial Number less than #226167 will require a back fit kit, Market Forge part number 984162, in order to mount the Accutemp griddle. The back fit kit includes the updated version of the (4) parts listed below
and installation instructions. A simple replacement of these (4) parts with the back fit kit parts will allow the griddle to be
mounted on top. The tools required to perform the replacement are a slotted screwdriver and a 7/16” socket wrench.
List of (4) parts that were modified to accept the Accutemp Griddle;
Part Number
Description
98-3571
RIGHT SIDE CHANNEL
98-3572
LEFT SIDE CHANNEL
98-3586
FRONT TOP PANEL
98-3587
REAR TOP PANEL
2. Replacement Reed Switch
This version of the Installation Manual for the Market Forge oven model MSA-SB-2600 includes a new part number for
the Reed Switch (sometimes referred to as a Proximity Switch). Due to alignment issues with the original Reed Switch
a new, more forgiving Reed Switch is now being used. The new Reed Switch part number 08-6615 should be used as a
direct replacement for part number 08-6308 in older model MSA-SB-2600 ovens.
All ovens shipped from the Market Forge factory with a Serial Number less than #225207 will have the original Reed Switch
08-6308. These can be directly replaced with the new Reed Switch 08-6615.
Introduction
YOUR ENERGY EFFICIENT CONVECTION OVEN
HOW THE OVEN OPERATES
MSA-SB-2600 convection ovens are electrically powered,
high capacity ovens featuring high energy efficiency.
These ovens are designed to radically cut power consumption, delivering the cooking power of a 16 KW oven
from only 11 KW’s of energy input. Improvement of energy use is made possible by a carefully designed insulating
system which keeps heat inside the oven longer.
MSA-SB-2600 ovens operate by use of two simple controls, a power switch for turning on the fan motor and
control circuit, and a thermostat for setting the oven temperature. The oven is otherwise automatic. A thermostat
maintains oven temperature by cycling heating elements
on and off, with temperature fluctuating no more than
20°F from the setting. Uniform distribution of heat within
the oven is assured by continuous operation of a convector fan.
A convector fan distributes heat uniformly throughout the
oven interior, for fast even roasting and baking.
A 60-minute and Constant Heat timer serves as an aid in
using the oven, when the timer expires the heating elements shut off. To prevent unnecessary loss of heat when
the doors are opened, an interlock switch stops fan operation whenever the right-side door is opened. Should the
operator wish to cool the oven, opening just the left- side
door will quickly ventilate the oven interior.
Like all Market Forge products, MSA-SB-2600 ovens are
built to the highest standards of workmanship, employing only the finest materials and components. Of course,
Power Saver II ovens are fully approved by UL, and other
official testing authorities.
Installation
2
Assembly Instructions
INTRODUCTION
Time Estimate
The model MSA-SB-2600:
The estimated time for complete assembly is approx-
mately 6-7 hours for a first timer or 4-5 hours for an
experienced assembler. The oven assembly can be
completed with one person, but for a more productive assembly two people are recommended.
Submarine-Accessible Convection Oven contains 88 total
parts for assembly and is designed such that it can be assembled in a submarine’s galley with simple tools.
Sub-Assemblies
Tools required for assembly:
The total assembly is broken down into 7 sub-assemblies:
•
Main Frame Assembly
•
Oven Cavity Assembly
•
Control Panel Assembly
•
Motor/Transformer Assembly
•
Inside Oven Cavity Assembly
•
Door Assembly
•
Outer Skin Assembly
•
Power drill (Cordless drills 12 V or higher)
•
Screw driver set
•
Screw starter
•
Allen wrench set
•
Socket Set
•
Open wrench Set
•
Mallet
Sealant
Use RTV 106 high temperature silicone rubber adhesive
sealant as needed to provide a tight seal to any area that
requires it. Also use Loctite 268 on all fasteners that will
be permanently fastened.
3
Installation
Main Frame Assembly
Figure 3
Item
Description
1. Bolt together the split base front (1) to the split base
rear (2) using seven ¼-20 hex bolts. Then fasten the
Junction Box (11) to the split base rear using nuts.
Part No.
1
Split Base Front
98-3569
2
Split Base Rear
98-3568
3
Rear U - Channel Frame
98-3574
4
Front Frame Weld Assembly
98-3622
5
Frame Liner Support/Back Channel
98-3563
6
Channel, Frame Top Left Side, Front
to Back
98-3572
7
Channel, Frame Top Right Side,
Front to Back
98-3571
8
Channel, Motor/Transformer Support
98-3590
9
Transformer Mounting Bracket
99-3291
10
Junction Box
98-3597
Figure 1
2. Bolt front frame weld assembly (4) to split base
front/rear using three ¼-20 hex bolts at the base.
Figure 2
Installation
4
Main Frame Assembly
3. Bolt Rear U-channel frame (3) to split base front/ rear
assembly. There are welded bolts in the corner of the
split base rear. Slip the rear u- channel over the bolts
and use a two nuts to fasten it to the frame.
5. Bolt channel frame top (6), left side, and right side,
front to back (7) to the Frame liner support/back channel and Rear U-channel frame. This will require six
¼-20 hex bolts, two for each member.
NOTE: The backside needs only nuts since the bolts
are welded to each part.
Figure 4
Figure 6
4. Install the Frame liner support/back channel (5) with
flanges facing to the rear of the oven and vent hole
positioned on the left (Viewing from front of oven).
This part will align over two welded slots but will NOT
be fastened.
6. Bolt two motor/transformer supports (8) to Frame
liner support/back channel using 5/16”-18, 3-inch
bolts with spacers and two 5/16”-18 nuts per spacer.
Flanges must face inward towards each other. See
“Figure 6”.
7. Bolt on the transformer-mounting bracket (9) to the
bottom of the right (viewing from back end of oven)
motor/transformer support (No picture), using two hex
head screw
Figure 5
Figure 7
5
Installation
Oven Cavity Assembly
1. Lay the split liner bottom (2) flat and place the Ushaped split iner gasket (3) around the split liner bottom.
Figure 9
2. Bolt on loosely the split liner rear (4) to the split liner
bottom using 1/4-20 hex bolts. Then put the vertical
split liner gasket (7) hanging on the top bolt of the left
and right side.
Figure 8
Item
Description
Part No.
1
Split Liner Top
98-3576
2
Split Liner Bottom (Has 2 Crease
Lines)
98-3655
3
U-Shaped Split Liner Gasket (2)
98-1796
4
Split Liner Rear
98-3579
5
Split Liner Left
98-3577
6
Split Liner Right (Has Slots in Corner
for Heating Element)
98-3578
7
Vertical Split Liner Gasket (2)
98-1797
8
Cavity White Insulation (2)
15-7561
9
Insulation Straps with Clips (2)
10
Rear Cavity Insulation (Not Shown)
98-3613
11
Top Cavity Insulation 1.5” Thick (Not
Shown)
98-3619
Figure 10
3. Bolt the split liner left (5) and split liner right (6) to the
split liner bottom and split liner rear.
NOTE: The split liner right has holes in it for the heating element.
NOTE: 15 parts total
Figure 11
Installation
6
Oven Cavity Assembly
4. Then place another U-shaped split liner gasket (3)
around the top and finish by bolting the split liner top
(1) to the rest of the cavity. Now fasten each and every bolt without moving the gaskets. Then apply silicon sealant to areas of need. As a reminder the front
face flanges of the cavity must be flush.
6. Install the whole cavity to the mainframe and secure
with four #8-32 S.S hex nuts to the weld studs on
the corners of the cavity thru the front frame weld assembly.
Figure 15
Figure 12
7. Wrap the cavity with two layers of oven cavity insulation (8) starting from the right side of the oven and
use two wire straps to fasten them down. Once insulated cut away insulation for heating element to exit
from oven cavity.
NOTE: The corner hole does not have a bolt. Otherwise interference will occur.
Figure 13
5. Install rear cavity insulation (10) mounting over spacer bolts protruding from the frame liner support/back
channel.
Figure 16
8. Then add the top cavity insulation (11) to the top of
the cavity. It will not be strapped down.
Figure 14
Figure 17
7
Installation
Control Panel Assembly
Figure 20
Item
Description
1. Bolt on the Inner insulation panel mounting bracket
(11) to the inner insulation/electric panel divider (3)
and then fasten it to the Frame liner support/back
channel using three self-taping screws.Then fasten the nuts on the inner insulation panel mounting
bracket where it sleeves over the front frame weld assembly.
Part No.
1
Front Control Panel
98-3592
2
Electric Control Panel
98-3627
3
Inner Insulation/Electric Panel
Divider
98-3575
4
Conduit Raceway Tubing
98-3596
5
Conduit Coupling (2)
10-8935
6
Flexible Conduit 32” (2)
7
Flexible Conduit 12”
8
High Limit Thermostat Mounting
Bracket
99-4688
9
Reed Switch Bracket
98-3560
10
High Limit Thermostat
08-6351
11
Inner Insulation Panel Mounting
Bracket (Not Shown)
98-3558
Figure 18
NOTE: 13 parts total
Figure 19
Installation
8
Control Panel Assembly
2. Attach the reed switch bracket (9), which is part of the
control panel to the insulation/electric panel divider.
NOTE: The position of the reed switch must be such
that it is in the most forward position relative
to the front of the oven.
Figure 23
Figure 21
5. Install 2 conduit couplings (5) on the conduit raceway
tubing (4) and install this combination to the electric
control panel and junction box.
3. Bolt the green ground wire of the front control panel
(1) to the frame as seen in the picture. Use a #10-32
keps nut to fasten to the stud located behind the front
frame weld assembly.
6. Then install the flexible conduit tubing for the high limit thermostat (7), motor (6), and transformer (6). The
high limit thermostat has two lead wires that are white
and is positioned through the third hole down from the
top of the frame liner support/back channel. Do the
same for the motor which has three wires numbered
45, 46 and 52.Then again for the transformer, which
has four wires numbered 36, 37, 38 and 39 where the
transformer conduit is on the bottom of the three.
Figure 22
4. Fasten the front control panel to the front frame weld
assembly using four #8-32 pan head screws, one in
each corner of the control panel face. Then attach
the electric control panel (2) to the insulation/electric
panel divider using three self-taping screws.
Figure 24
NOTE: The tubing for the thermostat is 12” while the motor and transformer is 32”.
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Installation
Control Panel Assembly
7. Attach the high limit thermostat-mounting bracket (8)
to the Frame liner support/back channel using two
self-taping screws.
8. Connect the high limit thermostat (10) to the two lead
wires and then fasten to the inside of the cavity using
two #6-32 screws.
Figure 25
Figure 26
Installation
10
Motor Transformer Assembly
Figure 28
Item
Description
1. Attach motor (2) to the motor mount bracket (1).
Then install this combination from the inside of the
cavity with the motor wires positioned on the top. Do
not bolt to cavity at this point.
Part No.
1
Motor Mount Bracket
99-3930
2
Motor
09-7248
3
Transformer
09-6475
4
Fan
98-3598
5
Motor Cover Plate Gasket
98-3566
6
Motor Mount Cover
99-3931
7
Standoff/Baffle with Screw (4)
98-3599
8
Thermostat Bracket Top
99-0950
9
Thermostat Bracket Bottom
99-0951
10
Support Brace Angle
98-3639
11
Motor Mount Insulation
10-0811
NOTE: There should be three spacer nuts between
the motor and the motor mount bracket.
NOTE: 14 Parts Total
Figure 27
11
Installation
Motor Transformer Assembly
2. Place the white motor mount insulation (11) over the
motor mount bracket. Tuck the left and right sides of
the insulation down into the space on both sides of
the motor mount bracket. Then place the motor cover
plate gasket (5) over the motor mount gasket (placement is important since the gasket is NOT square).
Figure 31
5. Install the transformer (3) where the bottom will slot
into the transformer-mounting bracket. Then fasten
down the top of the transformer to the motor/transformer support channel using two ¼”-20 bolts. The
transformer should be positioned as closely to the
cavity as possible.
Figure 29
3. Install the motor cover (6) over the gasket. Then place
the thermostat bracket top (8) over the top right bolt
and the thermostat bracket bottom (9) over the bottom right bolt. Fasten all four using hex nuts.
Figure 32
6. Have an electrician wire the motor and the transformer following the wiring diagram as in drawing number
98-3542, which is shown in Appendix A, page 20 of
this manual.
Figure 30
7. Install the support brace angle (10) to the motor/
transformer support channels. Tighten in place.
4. Install the fan (4) over the motor shaft. Once positioned over the shaft use an allen wrench to fasten
the fan to the shaft. Then install four stanoff/baffle’s
(7) with screw to the four bolts of the motor mount.
NOTE: Fan front surface and the end of the shaft
face should be flush to each other as shown
by the arrow.
Figure 33
Installation
12
Inside Oven Cavity Assembly
Figure 35
Item
Description
1. Install the vent tube (3) using four self-taping screws.
Then install the side rack clips (5), four on each side
of the oven and use two self-taping screws per clip.
Part No.
1
Heating Element (480 V)
98-1777
2
Baffle
98-1766
3
Vent Tub
98-3557
4
Element Support Bracket
98-3588
5
Side Rack Clip (8)
99-3097
6
Capillary Clip (2-3)
99-0953
7
Grommet
91-6491
8
Side Rack (2)
98-3621
9
Element Gasket
98-3561
NOTE: 18 Parts Total
Figure 34
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Installation
Inside Oven Cavity Assembly
4. Place the element gasket (9) on the heating element
(1) and install using four allen set screws. Bolt down
the element using #8-32 keps nuts.
2. Install the element support bracket (4), which will be
to the left of the fan, using two self-taping screws.
Figure 36
Figure 38
3. Install the grommet (7) on the right side of the cavity.
Then punch a hole through the grommet and CAREFULLY unwind the thermostat capillary tube located
behind the front control panel and feed it through the
grommet and into the cavity.
5. Connect the heating element to the proper cables as
indicated in the wiring diagram located in Appendix A
of this manual (6 wires).
Run the capillary tube along the top of the cavity to
the back and down through the thermostat brackets.
Use capillary clips (6) to fasten the tube using selftaping screws.
Figure 39
6. Attach the baffle (2) and side racks (8) to the inside of
the oven cavity as shown. Use four ¼”-20 shoulder
bolts for the baffle.
Figure 37
Figure 40
Installation
14
Door Assembly
1. Install horizontal liner gasket (6) on top andbottom of
the front frame weld assembly using #8-32 pan head
screws.
Door Handle
Part No. 10-0657
2. Install left and right vertical door liner gaskets (5) using #8-32 pan head screws.
3. Install the two door top latch (3) in the top-middle of
the front frame weld assembly using #8-32 countersunk screws.
4. Install left and right door (1-2). Fasten door bearing
using #10-32 flat head countersunk screws and nuts.
NOTE: Adjust doors as necessary to properly align them.
may require a few adjustments. This is very important. Door lock latch (4) will not be installed at
this time.
Figure 42
Figure 41
Item
Description
Part No.
1
Left Door
98-3629
2
Right Door
98-3589
3
Door Top Latch (2)
99-5946
4
Door Lock Latch
98-3595
5
Left & Right Vertical Door Liner
Gasket (2 pieces)
98-3611
6
Horizontal Door Liner Gasket (2)
98-3610
NOTE: 9 Parts Total
Figure 43
15
Installation
Outer Skin Assembly
1. Install the bottom u-channel cover (2) and the top Uchannel cover (3) to the front frame weld assembly.
No screws or bolts needed. Just pop in the parts.
Figure 45
2. Install door lock latch using #8-32 quarter pan head
screws.
NOTE: Close door and adjust as needed.
Figure 46
3. Install two, corner channel cover’s (4) using two
#8-32 pan head screws on the bottom only.
Figure 44
Item
Description
Part No.
1
Side Frame Skin (2)
98-3624
2
Bottom U-Channel Cover
98-3585
3
Top U-Channel Cover
98-3643
4
Corner Channel Cover (2)
98-3581
5
Split Top Rear Cover
98-3587
6
Split Top Front Cover
98-3586
Figure 47
NOTE: 8 Parts Total
Installation
16
Outer Skin Assembly
4. Have an electrician wire a power supply line through
the raceway conduit rates at 480 VAC, 3 Phase.
5. Install the side frame skin (1) on the right and left side
of the oven. Use one #8-32 pan head screw per side.
Figure 48
6. Install the split top cover (5) and screw the rear corner to the corner channel using two #8-32 pan head
screws per corner.
7. Lastly install the split top front (6) and fasten to the
split rear using seven #8-32 quarter pan head screws.
Figure 49
17
Installation
Control and Operating Instructions
The controls required to operate the oven are listed in the
following table together with a short functional description
of each.
1
2
Item
Description
1
Thermostat Control - Regulates oven temperature. Controls heating element operation.
2
Thermostat Light - Indicates when the thermostat is calling for heat and the elements are ON.
3
Timer/Constant Heat - Electrical timer to aid
in time cooking cycles. Controls oven and constant heat mode.
4
Power Light - Indicates power is ON.
5
Power/Fan Switch - Three position fan switch.
Controls fan speed either HIGH/LOW or in the
middle position the oven is OFF.
Operating Instructions
1. Check that power is available to the oven
2. Arrange shelf positions according to the item to be
cooked.
3. Close doors. Move fan switch to HIGH or LOW. Fan
should come on.
4. Set thermostat dial to desired cooking temperature.
Element indicator light should come on
5. Allow oven to preheat for about 5-10 minutes. Preheating is complete when indicator light goes out and
the buzzer sounds. Do not waste energy by turning
the oven on too early.
6. Load oven. The load should be adjacent to the oven,
so the doors will be open as short a time as possible.
3
7. Close doors. Set timer for desired cooking time.
8. Buzzer will sound at end of preset interval. Oven is
ready to unload.
5
9. If oven temperature is to be lowered, set the thermostat to the desired temperature to cool interior. Fan
will continue to run with left door open and right door
closed. Where indicator light comes on, oven is at
lower temperature. Close left door. When light goes
off, oven is ready for use.
4
10. For daily shutdown, place oven thermostat and power switch in OFF position. For extended shut- down,
leave doors ajar as well.
Figure 50
operation
18
Cleaning
A good preventive maintenance program in the form of
daily cleaning procedures is outlined in the following
steps:
1. Remove oven shelves and wash in mild detergent
and water. Rinse and dry.
2. Remove left and right hand shelf supports by lifting up
and out toward center of oven. Wash, rinse and dry.
3. Remove fan baffle by lifting up and out. Wash, rinse
and dry.
4. Wash interior sides, bottom, and top with mild detergent and water. A stainless steel cleaner (not polish)
should be used for the interior. Rinse and dry.
5. Replace fan baffle, shelf supports and shelves.
6. Wash both sides of doors, top & bottom trim using a
stainless steel cleaner. Rinse and dry.
19
maintenance
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM Probable Cause
REMEDY
CONVECTOR FAN FAILS TO OPERATE
Power to oven is off.
Locate external circuit breaker for power and place in ON
position.
Power switch off.
Place in ON position.
Right oven door open.
Close Door.
Control circuit breaker off.
Place in ON position.
Faulty circuit breaker, door interlock switch, fan motor, or Refer to wiring diagram or obtain outside service.
wiring.
INDICATOR LIGHT FAILS TO LIGHT WITH FAN OPERATING, THERMOSTAT SET
Indicator light burned out.
Replace light. See service and parts manual for procedure.
Electrical failure.
Refer to wiring diagram or obtain outside service.
FAN OPERATION - NO HEAT
Thermostat not set.
Set thermostat.
Faulty contactor, wiring, electrical failure.
Refer to wiring diagram or obtain outside service.
maintenance
20
Wiring Diagram
Figure 51
21
maintenance
Recommended Spare Parts
Part No.
Description
Qty.
10-7371
SwitchPower/Fan
1
10-5052
Light, Fan Power
1
10-5052
Light, Heating Element
1
08-6615
Reed Switch
1
08-6472
Relay, 120V
1
08-6475
Relay, Socket
1
10-4714
Thermostat, 475oF
1
09-5259
Thermostat, Knob
1
08-6464
Timer
1
08-3826
Timer, Knob
1
10-5944
Contactor
1
09-7248
Motor, 2 Speed
1
08-6351
Hi-Limit, Thermostat
1
08-6468
Fuse, 5Amp
2
09-6475
Transformer, 500VA
1
10-7395
Buzzer, 120 Volt
1
08-7978
Fan, Cooling
1
98-1777
Element, Heating (480V)
1
08-6469
Fuse, Holder
2
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Door Assembly with Slide Latch
1A
2
4
5
11
6
1A
12
13
Kit #98-3694
14
6
15
5
2
4
3
1
7
Note: Kit #98-3694, Parts Not Sold Separately.
3
10
8
9
1
1A
Figure 52
Item
Part No.
Description
1A
98-3694*
Kit, Door Bearing & Pin, Top & Bottom, MSA-SB-2600
1
98-3691
Bearing Lock, Bottom, No Notches
2
98-3552
Bearing Block, Top, with Notches on both sides
3
98-3689
Pin, Door, Bottom, without Dowel Pin
4
98-3551
Pin, Door, Top, with Dowel Pin
5
98-3693
Assy, Right Door Pin & Bearing, Top
6
98-3692
Assy, Left Door Pin & Bearing, Top
7
09-3427
Hex Head Bolt, 1/4-20 Thd
8
98-3607
Bracket, Slide/Safety Latch
9
08-7990
Screw, 1/4-20 Thd Truss Hd 1/2” Lg
10
08-7989
Spacer, Door Slide
11
99-5950
Embossed Door Latch
12
10-2146
Screw, #6-32 1/4” Lg, Pan Head
13
98-3546
Inner Door Assy
14
98-3608
Outer Door, Left Side without Slide
15
98-3609
Outer Door, Right Side with Slide
* Kit #98-3694, Parts Not Sold Separately.
23
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Control Panel with Probe Option
Figure 53
Item
Part No.
Description
1
08-7978
Fan, Cooling
2
08-6472
Relay, 120 Volts
3
08-6469
Fuse, Holder
4
08-6552
Terminal Strip
5
09-6575
Plug, Hole
6
10-5944
Contactor
7
98-1720
Terminal Block
8
08-6475
Relay, Socket
9
98-3562
Panel, Electric Controls
10
08-6468
Fuse, 5 Amps
11
10-1720
Screw, #6-32 Thread x 1/2” Long, Stainless Steel
12
08-7993
Screw, #6-32 Thread x 1 1/2” Long, Stainless Steel
13
10-1761
Screw, #8-32 Thread x 3/8” Long, Stainless Steel
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24
Control Panel with Probe Option
Figure 54
Item
Part No.
Description
1
98-1717
Control Panel, Embossed
2
10-7395
Buzzer
3
10-5052
Light, Power & Fan
4
09-5259
Knob, Thermostat
5
10-4717
Thermostat
6
08-7979
Controller, Meat Probe
7
08-6597
Switch, Mode
8
08-3826
Knob, Timer
9
08-6464
Timer
10
10-7371
Switch, Power/Fan
11
98-3543
Lexan, Control Panel, without Probe
12
98-1775
Lexan, Control Panel, with Probe
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Oven Performance
Verification Check List
5. Verify that the racks do not bind at 400°F.
1. Verify that the doors are properly aligned and that
there is no interference occuring at room temperature
and 400oF.
2. Verify that all screws and bolts are tight.
Verify the accuracy of the oven’s thermostat at 350°F by
comparing the temperature control setting to the temperature at the center of the oven (one thermocouple). The
maximum difference is to be no more than +/- 5°F.
3. Verify that the blower fan can operate at high and low
speeds.
Sub-Oven, Convection Oven, No Probe.
Wiring Diagram - 480 V, 3 Phase, 11 kW, 60 Hz
A
DRA WING NUMBER
C 98-3542
RE V.
4. Clean oven with a rag and run oven for 2 hours to
burn off oil, clean interior prior to use.
Figure 55
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Spec Information
MODEL: MSA-SB-2600
OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST:
SIZE:
35-1/4” Deep x 36” Wide x 25-1/4” High
(896mm Front-to-Back x
914mm Wide x 641mm Top-to-Bottom)
•
Extra shelves_______quantity.
•
Meat Probe/Thermometer.
DESCRIPTION: Will be a Market Forged Military SubAccessible High Effiiency Electric Convection Oven
equipped with COOK & CONSTANT COOK controls.
CONSTANT COOK permits operator to preset oven to
cook food at a constant temperature for a infinte amount
of time.
•
1 3/4” Diameter Liner Drain.
•
Legs (4) with Flanged Feet (3/4-10” Thread).
EC
EP
Exterior will be finished with stainless steel panels, top,
rear, sides .Oven liner will be wrapped with a minimum
.75’’ (19mm) High-Grade insulation. French type doors
will open a full 180° and will be: Stainless steel with a
minimum of .75’’ (19mm) insulation.
Electrical Connection - Connection for incoming
power supply wires on terminal block.
Power Supply - 1 3/8 (44mm) access holes for
power supply wires. Use wire suitable for at
least 90°C. Nominal amp per line wire per oven:
11kW.
VOLTS
Oven interior dimensions will be 27 3/8” wide x 20” high
x 24 5/8” deep (695mm wide x 508mm high x 625mm
deep).
480 (440-480)
1pH
3pH
----
15
Details of other electrical systems available upon request.
Oven interior will be stainless steel with coved corners
and a water-proof design. Oven shelves and shelf supports will provide nine shelf positions centered 2” (51mm)
apart. Shelf stops on oven shelf will prevent tipping within
the shelf supports. Five shelves will be furnished as standard. Safety door latch designed to keep doors closed in
any pitch and roll environment is included.
Controls will be located on an embossed recessed panel
on the right front of oven. Controls will include main power switch, thermostat with indicator light and temperature
range of 200°-475°F (93°-246°C), mechanical 60-minute
and Constant cook timer with audible alarms that sound
at end of the preset interval. A 2-speed fan selector switch
with HIGH or LOW modes. Controls will also include a
high limit cut-off.
Convector fan will turn on automatically when power is
on and right door is closed. Fan will turn off automatically
when right door is opened. For rapid cooling purposes,
it will be possible to operate convector fan with left door
open in order to quickly evacuate heated air from oven.
Convector fan motor will be rated at 1/4 HP.
Oven will be completely serviceable from the front. Back
of oven will be completely enclosed and suitable for installation tight against a non-combustible wall.
OPERATION WILL BE BY:
Oven will be rated at 11 KW, and equipped for operation
on:
•
480 VAC, 3 pH
Oven controls will operate on nominal 120 volts AC.
Figure 56
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Spare Parts List Description
Part No.
Description
Qty
10-7371
Switch, Power/Fan
1
10-5052
Light, Fan Power
1
10-5052
Light Heating Element
1
08-6615
Reed, Switch
1
08-6472
Relay, 120 Volt
1
10-4714
Thermostat, 475oF
1
09-5259
Thermostat, Knob
1
08-6464
Timer
1
08-3826
Timer, knob
1
10-5944
Contactor
1
09-7248
Motor, 2 Speed
1
08-6351
Hi-Limit, Thermostat
1
08-6468
Fuse, 5 Amp
2
09-6475
Transformer, 500 VA
1
10-7395
Buzzer, 120 Volt
1
08-7978
Fan, Cooling
1
98-1777
Element, Heating
1
08-8004
Loctite 268
1
08-8003
RTV 106 Silicone Sealant
1
08-7999
* Hardware Kit (Fasteners)
1
98-3623
Complete Spare Parts Kit
1
* NOTE: For individual fasteners refer below for specific part numbers.
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Parts List Fasteners
Length
(inches)
Thread Size
Qty
SCREW CAP HEX HEAD
0.5
1/4”-20
77
10-1814
SCREW CAP HEX HEAD
0.75
1/4”-20
7
08-7840
NUT, SERRATED FLANGE
1/4”-20
73
08-7995
BOLT, HEX HEAD
5/16”-18
4
08-7956
NUT, SERRATED FLANGE
5/16”-18
8
10-2045
SCREW CAP HEX HEAD
0.5
#10-32
2
08-7996
TEK SCREW PHILLIPS PAN HEAD #2
0.5
#10-16
10
10-2146
SCREW, SLOTTED PAN HEAD
0.25
#6-32
26
10-1728
SCREW, PHILLIPS FLAT HEAD C-SUNK
#8-32
8
08-7994
SCREW, PHILLIPS FLAT HEAD C-SUNK
1
#10-32
8
10-1749
SCREW, MACHINE ROUND HEAD
0.25
#8-32
6
10-1761
SCREW, MACHINE TRUSS HEAD
#8-32
41
10-2571
NUT, KEPS
#8-32
20
08-8005
NUT, SERRATED FLANGE
#10-32
8
08-7992
SOCKET SET SCREW
#8-32
4
10-1790
SCREW, CAP HEX HEAD
1/4”-20
8
10-1939
BOLT, SHOULDER
0.5
1/4”-20
4
08-7991
SCREW, SLOTTED FLAT HEAD C-SUNK
0.5
#8-32
2
08-7990
SCRW, SLOTTED TRUSS HEAD
0.5
1/4”-20
3
08-3822
WASHER, STAINLESS STEEL TYPE B
1/4”
4
Part No.
Description
10-1864
3
1
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