Bakers Pride 3152 Operating instructions

BAKERS
PRIDE
GP-51
GP-61
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COUNTER TOP GAS DECK OVENS
MODELS:
GP-51 and GP-61
INTENDED FOR OTHER THAN HOUSEHOLD USE
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
OVEN MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF COMBUSTIBLES AT ALL TIMES
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
After the gas supply has been connected to your unit, it is extremely important to check piping for possible
leaks. To do this, use soap and water solution or solutions which are expressly made for this purpose.
DO NOT USE matches, candles, flames, or other sources of ignition since these methods are extremely
dangerous. Post in a prominent location instructions to be followed in the event you smell gas. Obtain these
instructions from your local gas supplier.
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For Your Safety: Do not store or use flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
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Warning: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death. Read the Installation, Operating and
Maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
Initial heating of oven may generate smoke or fumes and must be done in a wellventilated area. Overexposure to smoke or fumes may cause nausea or dizziness.
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Note: Only Pizza or Bread can have direct contact with ceramic decks. All other food products must be
placed in a pan or container to avoid direct contact with ceramic decks.
This equipment has been engineered to provide you with year round dependable service when used
according to the instructions in this manual and standard commercial kitchen practices.
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P/N U4128A 1/08
BAKERS PRIDE OVEN CO., INC.
30 Pine Street
New Rochelle, NY 10801
(914) 576-0200 Phone
(914) 576-0605 Fax
(800) 431-2745 US & Canada
www.bakerspride.com Web Address
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CONTENTS
SECTION
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I. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
ITEM
PAGE
Receiving
2
Clearances
3
Set-up
3
(a) Counter Top Installation
3
(b) Installation with Casters
3
Deck Assembly
4
(a) Pizza Deck
4
(b) Steel Deck
4
Gas and Electric Connections
4
Flue connection-Ventilation
5
(a) Under Ventilation Hood
5
(b) Direct Venting
5
Main Burner Safety Pilot Operation
5
(a) Pilot Burner Lighting Procedure
5
(b) Pilot Burner Flame Adjustments
5
Burner Operation
6
(a) Main Burner
6
(b) Aeration & By-Pass Flame Adjustment 6
Thermostat Calibration
6
Heat Baffle Assembly
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5.
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5.
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III. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
(a) Oven Exterior
(b) Painted Surfaces
Control Panel
Flue Vent
Oven Interior
(a) Baking Chamber
(b) Baking Decks
(c) Burner Compartment
Troubleshooting Chart
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PARTS LISTS & WARRANTY
GP-51 Parts List w/Exploded Views
GP-61 Parts List w/Exploded Views
Warranty
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I. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
For European Community Countries:
EN 437
Gas
Cat.
I2H
I2L
I2E
I2E+
II. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Lighting Procedure
Breaking In
Baking
Recommended Operating Procedure
Helpful Hints
Gases and Supply Designated European Market = ÿ
Pressures
ABDF F GDI I L NP E S G
T EKI RREET UL T SEB
ÿ ÿÿ
ÿÿ
ÿÿÿÿ
G20 @ 20mbar
ÿ
G25 @ 25mbar
ÿ
ÿ
G20 @ 20mbar
ÿ
G20/25 @ 20/25mbar ÿ
For North America:
Type of Gas
Manifold Pressure
Natural
3.5” Water Column
LP
10.0” Water Column
1. RECEIVING:
Read the notice on the outside carton
regarding damage in transit. Damage
discovered after opening the crate(s)
/carton(s) is 'CONCEALED DAMAGE' and
the carrier must be notified immediately to
send an inspector and also to furnish forms
for the consignee's claim.
When the oven arrives, it should consist of:
A carton containing your new oven (Two for
a stacked unit).
Models CoveredI
Model
BTU/hr
kw
GP-51
40,000
11.71
GP-52
Consists of two GP-51 Ovens
GP-54
32,000
9.37
GP-55
Consists of two GP-54 Ovens
GP-61
45,000
13.18
GP-62
Consists of two GP-61 Ovens
GP-61-H 60,000
17.57
GP-62-H Consists of two GP-61-H Ovens
GP-64
42,000
12.30
GP-65
Consists of two GP-64 Ovens
These model numbers may be followed by a suffix (-1), indicating
units with one door on the Baking Chamber.
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Installation must conform with local
codes and/or to the latest edition of the
ANS Z-223.1 National Fuel Gas Code in
USA ( CAN/CGA-B 149.1 or 2 Installation
Code in Canada).
In MASSACHUSETTS: All gas
products must be installed by a
“Massachusetts” licensed plumber or
gas fitter. Ventilation hoods must be
installed in accordance with NFPA-96,
current edition, with interlocks as
described in that standard.
This appliance must be installed
by a competent person in accordance
with the rules in force. In the U.K. Corgi
registered installers (including the regions of British Gas) undertake to work to safe and
satisfactory standards. This appliance must be installed in accordance with the current Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) Regulations and the relevant Building Regulations / IEE Regulations.
Detailed recommendations are contained in the British Standard Codes Of Practice BS 6172, BS
5440:Part 2 and BS 6891.
Place the oven and parts as close as possible to the area of final installation before un-crating.
IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Please complete this information and retain this manual for the life of the equipment. For
Warranty, Service and/or Parts, this information is required.
_____________________
Model Number
______________________
Serial Number
_____________________
Date Purchased
2. CLEARANCES:
Minimum Clearance from
Left Side
Right Side
Rear
Combustible Construction
2" (51mm)
1" (25mm)
5" (127mm)
Non-Combustible Construction
2” (51mm)
0
2" (51mm)
3. SET UP: The oven must be installed in a well-ventilated area.
Your oven is packed in a carton and strapped to a skid. Remove the oven and carton from the skid before
unpacking. Unpack carefully to avoid damage to the oven. If concealed damage is found, follow the
instructions detailed in Section 1.
Keep the area around the oven free and clear of combustible materials. Do not store any materials on top of
or under any oven. The provision of an adequate air supply to your oven for ventilation and proper gas
combustion is essential. As a minimum, observe the clearances detailed in Section 2. Provide adequate
ventilation and make up air in accordance with local codes.
Fit the flue diverter (See fig.1) and the flue transition piece into the rectangular opening located at top near
the middle rear of the oven for installing the oven under a ventilation hood. For Direct Venting, Optional
Draft Hood (Fig. 2) must be used instead of the flue diverter. Direct Venting not available for European
Community Countries. Local inspectors and ventilation specialists should be consulted to make sure that
the installation of the hood conforms to the local codes and requirements (See fig. 3). In UK ventilation
requirements as detailed in BS 5440 should be followed.
Access to the bottom front door and left side control panel
Figure #1
Figure #3
is required for day-to-day operation of the oven and for
servicing. Make sure that these areas are kept
unobstructed for easy access.
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Flue Diverter
(For use with
Collection Hood)
Figure #2
Draft Hood
(For use with
Direct Venting)
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A. COUNTER TOP INSTALLATION:
Oven is shipped with standard 4” legs installed.
(1) Move the oven to its final location keeping the
minimum clearance detailed in section 2
above. This clearance is essential to provide
adequate airflow to the burner chamber and for
safe operation of the oven.
(2) Level the oven by making required adjustments
to the legs.
B. INSTALLATION WITH CASTERS (OPTIONAL):
Four casters (two with wheel brakes) and the mounting
hardware is packed and included in the shipment if
ordered. Install casters with wheel brakes on the
front of the unit.
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NOTE: Installation should be made with a connector that complies with the latest edition of the
Standard for Connectors for Movable Gas Appliances ANSI Z21.69 in the USA (CAN CGA -6.16 in
Canada) and a quick disconnect device that complies with the latest edition of the Standard for Quick
Disconnect Devices for use with gas fuel ANSI Z21.41 in the USA (CAN CGA1-6.9 in Canada) and
adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of the appliance without depending on the
connector and any quick disconnect device or its associated piping.
The restraint should be attached to the rear legs of the oven on which casters are mounted. If disconnection
of the restraint is necessary to move the oven for servicing needs, the restraint should be reconnected after
the appliance has been returned to its originally installed position.
4. DECK ASSEMBLY:
Figure #4
A. PIZZA DECK:
(a) Remove all packing material, samples, shims, etc.
from the baking chamber.
(b) Two slabs of the Pizza Deck are provided with the
oven. Each deck is wrapped separately. Remove
the wrapping and handle the decks carefully. The
material is heavy and fragile.
NOTE: Use your hand to support the
deck from below, until deck is fully
installed in it’s final position.
DO NOT LET
DECKS DROP
INTO POSITION.
Slab Installation (Fig. 4):
(a) Slide one deck into the oven over the bottom hearth
pan.*
(b) Slide the second deck onto the support angles on the
sides and back.*
B. STEEL DECK INSTALLATION:
Steel decks come installed in the oven from the factory and
no assembly is required. Before use, remove all packing
material and samples etc. from the baking chamber.
5. GAS AND ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS:
Propane gas units are not available in the European Community Countries.
(a) The appliance when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes and/or
the latest edition of the National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70 in USA (Canadian Electric Code CSA
C22.2 in Canada).
(b) In Europe, appliance must be connected by an earthing cable to all other units in the complete
installation and thence to an independent earth connection in compliance with EN 60335-1 and/or
local codes
(c) The ovens should not be installed on the same line with space heaters, boilers or other gas
equipment with high intermittent demand.
(d) Use a pipe joint compound that is resistant to the action of liquefied petroleum gases when
making gas connections.
(e) For Propane gas, use at least 1/2" (13 mm) pipe or tubing with a 5/8" (16 mm) inside diameter. For
Natural gas, use 3/4" (19 mm) pipe.
(f) The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its manual
shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures
equal to or less than 1/2" psig (3.45kpa).
(g) The appliance and its shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2" psig (3.45kpa).
(h) The gas pressure regulator is part of the combination valve and is adjusted to yield a pressure of
3.5" water column (9mbar) for Natural Gas. If the oven is ordered for use on Propane Gas, the
pressure regulator in the combination valve is preset at the factory to yield a pressure of 10" water
column (25 mbar). Units for use on Propane Gas are not available for European Community
Countries.
(i) A separate shut-off valve for each oven must be provided. It should be as close as possible
to the place where the gas supply line goes into the oven. It must be located such that it is
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easily accessible.
(j) When stacking with another oven, two shut-off
valves, one for each of the two ovens, must be
provided.
After the Gas Supply has been connected, it is
extremely important to check all the piping for leaks.
Use a soap and water solution or a product expressly
made for this purpose. Do not use Matches, Candles
or a flame etc to check leaks since these methods are
extremely dangerous.
Figure #1
Figure #3
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Flue Diverter
(For use with
Collection Hood)
Figure #2
6. FLUE CONNECTION - VENTILATION:
(a) INSTALLATION UNDER VENTILATION HOOD
(STANDARD):
If the oven is not vented directly and is installed
Draft Hood
(For use with
under a collection hood, use the flue diverter
Direct Venting)
(fig.1) supplied. Local inspectors and ventilation
and environmental specialists should be
consulted so that the design and the installation of the hood conforms to the local / municipal codes
(see fig.3).
(b) DIRECT VENTING (Optional) NOT AVAILABLE FOR EUROPEAN COMMUNITY COUNTRIES:
If direct venting, it is necessary to install a draft hood (fig.2). The flue pipe from the draft hood must
not run downwards at any point from the oven to the final outlet. It should always slant slightly
upwards. For best results it should rise straight up.
NOTE: Do not put a damper in the flue and do not connect a blower directly to the flue. If the flue
runs directly to the free air outside the building, use a wind deflector or a UL listed vent cap at the end of the
flue pipe. Termination of the vent must be at least 2 feet above the highest part of the roof within 10 feet (Ref:
American Gas Association Catalog No. Xh0474)
7. MAIN BURNER SAFETY PILOT OPERATION:
The purpose of the safety pilot system is to lock the gas supply to the main burner at the combination
valve, if for any reason the pilot burner is not lit. Oven should be relighted by following the steps
given below. However, in normal service, the pilot flame stays lit indefinitely, day and night or
weekends. This prolongs the life of the safety valve.
The safety pilot valve is in effect a two-stage control. After initial lighting, the pilot burner stays on without
the gas cock dial being held pressed in. After 1-2 minutes, the valve opens fully to let the gas
flow past the safety pilot valve into the burner system.
A. PILOT BURNER LIGHTING PROCEDURE:
(a) Partially depress and turn the gas cock dial to 'OFF'() position.
(b) Wait for five minutes to allow gas, which may have accumulated in the burner compartment, to
escape.
(c). Turn gas cock dial to 'PILOT'( ) position.
(d) Depress gas cock dial and light Pilot Burner. Hold in pressed position for about ½ minute (30
Seconds), and release the gas cock dial. The Pilot Burner should now remain lit.
If Pilot Burner fails to ignite or does not remain lit, repeat the steps (a) through (d).
B. PILOT BURNER FLAME ADJUSTMENT:
It is important to have the correct Pilot Burner Flame size as shown in Fig.5. If necessary, adjust the
Pilot Burner Flame by turning Pilot Adjust Screw (See fig. 6) clockwise to reduce or counter-clockwise
to increase.
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Figure #6
Figure #5
Pilot
Adjust
Screw
Pilot
Feed
Correct Flame
3/8”-1/2”
Gas
Cock
Dial
Pressure
Regulator
Thermostat
8. BURNER OPERATION:
(a) MAIN BURNER:
After the pilot burner is ignited, when heat is desired, turn gas cock dial to 'ON' () position and set the
thermostat dial to the desired temperature. The oven burner flame should always have a blue
appearance. That indicates a good mixture of gas and air. When using LP gas, the flame will have a
blue-yellow appearance.
Should the Burner fail to light, check to see if there is a problem with the gas supply. If there are other
appliances on the same line, shut them off temporarily and see if the burner comes back on, or it
fluctuates as other gas appliances are turned on and off. That would indicate overloading of the gas
supply lines or a faulty gas pressure regulator. Contact an authorized Service Agency or your local
Gas Supply Company.
(b) AERATION AND BY-PASS FLAME ADJUSTMENT:
Flame and air mixer adjustments and the By-Pass Flame adjustment for the Main Burner are done
at the factory. These adjustments are sealed before the oven leaves the factory. Contact an
authorized Service Agency if you need help.
9. THERMOSTAT CALIBRATION:
No attempt should be made to calibrate the thermostat because it is accurately calibrated and sealed by
the manufacturer. Contact an authorized Service Agency if you need help.
10. HEAT BAFFLE ASSEMBLY:
The Heat Baffle Assembly distributes the heat evenly below the baking deck. It must be in good
condition in order to be effective. A damaged Heat Baffle will adversely affect the oven performance.
Check it periodically and replace as necessary.
II. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Only Pizza and Bread Products can have direct contact with Ceramic Decks. All other food
products must be placed in a pan or containers to avoid direct contact with Ceramic Decks.
If gas odor is detected at any time, immediately shut-off the gas supply valve for the oven. Do not
permit any open flames in the area of the oven. Immediately contact an authorized Service Agency
or your local Gas Supply Company.
Initial heating of the oven must be done in a well-ventilated area as it may generate smoke or fumes.
Over exposure to smoke or fumes may cause nausea or dizziness
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1. LIGHTING PROCEDURE:
(a) Light the Main Burner following the instructions in Section 7A of the Installation Instructions.
2. BREAKING IN:
It is important to break-in, to dry out the deck and the insulation, before baking in a new oven:
(a) Allow the oven to warm to 300°F(150°C) for 5 hours or at least till all the smoke and fumes have
disappeared. The smoke and fumes are from the moisture in the deck and insulation and a light coat
of oil.
(b) Set the thermostat at least 50°F (10°C) lower than your baking temperature.
(c) Pre-heat the oven for 1 to 1½ hours before use.
(d) After pre-heating, raise the temperature to your baking temperature.
(e) Experiment baking until you get the feel of the oven and the speed of the bake.
3. BAKING:
Pizza can be baked on the deck, on a screen or in a pan. When you determine the combination of
method, ingredients and temperature that gives the right bake for your crust, sauce and cheese
combination and your customer's taste, mark and keep it.
Deck baking refers to baking Pizza directly on the deck. Generally it is a thin product that requires
temperature of at least 550°F (290°C).
Screen baking refers to baking Pizza on a screen. The screen lifts the Pizza off the deck. The screen
may be removed near the end of the bake time to give the bottom of the Pizza crispier crust and a
darker color. Bake temperatures range from 500°F (260°C) to 550°F (290°C).
Pan baking refers to baking Pizza in pans. Crusts can be thick or thin and toppings range from light
to heavy. Bake temperatures for pan baking range from 450°F (235°C) to 500°F (260°C).
4. RECOMMENDED OPERATING PROCEDURE:
It is very important that at the end of day's operation, the gas cock dial of the Main Burner is
turned to the pilot position, leaving only the pilot burner 'ON' overnight.
Preheating:
(a) Turn the gas cock dial of the main burner to the 'ON' position.
(b) Preheat the oven for 1 to 1 ½ hours at 50°F (10°C) lower than your baking temperature.
Baking:
(a) When ready to bake, raise the thermostat setting to your baking temperature.
5. HELPFUL HINTS:
(a) If the oven is up to Pizza baking temperature and has not been used for a while, there is a tendency
for the baking deck to get hotter. In this condition, when you put in one Pizza, TURN THE
THERMOSTAT UP, so that the main burner flame is burning at it's fullest, providing the extra heat
needed to balance the bottom heat. The thermostat should be turned down back to the normal
setting as soon as you have baked the Pizza.
(b) Top section takes longer to bake as compared to the bottom section. Allow 1 to 2 minutes extra bake
time for the items placed there.
(c) Frequently scrape and brush off decks to remove burnt residue which can cause an “off” flavor and
bake times to increase.
(d) Heavily topped Pizza or Pan Pizza requires lower bake temperatures and longer bake times as
compared to a regular thin Pizza with light toppings.
(e) Bubbles in fresh dough indicate under proofed or cold product. Allow the dough balls to proof to
double in size and warm temperature before baking.
(f) Any type of Pan or Screen may be used in this oven. When choosing pans, be sure to pick a pan
which is closest in height of your product. Dark color pans and screens transfer heat better than
light colored aluminum pans or screens. They must be seasoned before use.
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III. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
This appliance must be serviced by an Authorized Service Technician only. Disconnect the power
supply before cleaning or servicing the oven.
Regular and thorough cleaning will help to keep the ovens operating properly. If service is required, contact
an Authorized Service Agency, your dealer or the factory to obtain a qualified technician for the required
maintenance/service.
1A. OVEN EXTERIOR:
(a) Deposits of baked-on splatter and grease, or discoloration may be removed with the stainless steel
cleaner sample supplied or by using any commercial cleaner recommended for stainless steel.
Bakers Pride offers a stainless steel cleaner expressly for this purpose. RINSE WELL
(b) A thin coat of light oil will add to the appearance of the oven.
NOTE: Apply stainless steel cleanser only when the oven is cold. Always rub with the grains
and apply very light pressure.
1B. PAINTED SURFACES:
(a) Washing with mild soap and water solution is adequate to keep the painted surfaces clean.
(b) Apply a thin coat of oil to protect and enhance the finish
2. CONTROL PANEL:
Every six months (more frequently if the oven is used heavily) the bottom door spring mechanism
and all moving parts must be inspected for wear.
Do not apply grease to spring lever shoulder bolt, spring roller or the door rod and the door
pin. They have a self-lubricating insert that will be damaged if lubricated.
3. FLUE VENT:
Ventilation system must be inspected every six months and maintained clean and free of obstructions.
4. OVEN INTERIOR:
Clean the oven interior only when the oven is cold. Use only the detergent solutions and cleaners that
meet the national and / or local codes.
(a) BAKING CHAMBER:
Clean the ceiling and the walls of the baking chamber with a mild soap and water solution. Do not
use oven cleaners, caustic solutions or mechanical means as they will damage the interior
aluminized surface.
(b) BAKING DECKS:
The baking decks are heavy and fragile. They should be handled carefully.
The baking decks should be cleaned by using a long-handled scraper and stiff wire brush. At the end
of each day, turn the thermostat up to its maximum setting and let the oven sit at that temperature for
at least ½ hour. This will burn off the food spilled onto the baking decks during day's production and
turn it into ash. This ash can be brushed off the next day before turning the oven on. The baking
decks should be scraped and brushed during the day also to help keep them clean. To remove
excessive crumbs or carbon, the baking decks and the oven cavity may vacuumed when the oven is
cold. Do not use water or other liquids on the baking decks as that may cause them to crack.
After long use, heavily soiled baking decks may be cleaned by turning over after scraping down and
brushing off. This will burn off the heavily soiled side of the baking decks. This procedure may be
repeated as needed.
(c) BURNER COMPARTMENT:
Vacuum out any carbon, crumbs or residue in the burner compartment and all around the doors. The
holes and louvers on the outer surfaces of the oven must be kept free of obstructions to allow free
movement of air into the controls and for proper combustion. The burner ports and crossover holes
should be kept free of carbon and other deposits.
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5. TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
No Pilot Light
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Gas valve feeding oven may Turn gas valve on. Relight pilot.
be in the closed position.
Main Burner(s) do
Gas valve feeding oven may Turn gas valve on. Relight pilot.
not light
be in the closed position
Ensure that the tip of thermopile is in pilot flame.
Thermopile may not be
positioned in pilot flame.
Call local authorized Bakers Pride Service Agent.
Thermopile may be
defective.
Oven too Hot
Lower the thermostat setting and see if flame
Thermostat set too high.
reduces in size. Allow several hours for heat to
regulate.
Thermostat or thermocouple Call local authorized Bakers Pride Service Agent.
may be defective.
Bottom of pies are
If the same area of the deck
Rotate pies to unused areas of the bake deck
undercooked
is used repeatedly, the deck
that are hotter and will cook the bottoms faster.
temperature in that area will
be reduced.
Bottom of pies burn
Deck temperature too hot -
Reduce Thermostat setting by 50° - 75° below
before toppings are
especially during slow
normal bake temperature. When decks cool
cooked
periods.
begin cooking and immediately increase the
thermostat setting by 50° - 75°.
Oven was left "ON"
Oven must be turned to "Pilot" position overnight.
overnight.
It should not be left on a high temperature
setting.
Exhaust fan too powerful.
Reduce fan speed.
Area's adjacent to oven
Rotate pies (180°), once during each bake or
walls are generally hotter.
keep to the center of oven.
Oven does not turn
Power cord not plugged in.
Plug unit in.
On or Off on time.
Electrical outlet fuse/circuit
Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker.
(Ovens equipped
breaker is tripped.
w/auto oven starter
Timer incorrectly set.
Pies cook unevenly
Reset Timer.
only)
Unit takes too long
Gas volume or gas pressure Contact gas supplier.
to reach
may be inadequate.
temperature
Thermostat or thermocouple Call local authorized Bakers Pride Service Agent.
Call local authorized Bakers Pride Service Agent.
may be defective.
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GP-51
30 Pine Street • New Rochelle • New York • 10801
914 / 576 - 0200
914 / 576 - 0605 fax
1 - 800 - 431 - 2745 US & Canada
www.bakerspride.com web address
Counter Top Gas Oven
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Note: When ordering, ALWAYS specify Part #, Model #, Serial # and type of gas.
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GP-51
30 Pine Street • New Rochelle • New York • 10801
BAKERS
PRIDE
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Part #
914 / 576 - 0200
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Counter Top Gas Oven
Description
Item
Part #
Description
Exterior / Decks
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A5329U
A5330K
A5231X
A5232X
A5333X
A5334X
A5335X
A5226X
A5336K
A5338T
A5227X
A4129X
S1149X
A4129X
S1300X
A5253X
A5330T
S/S Top Door Cover 14"
S/S Top Door Cover 7"
Left Outer S/S Side
Right Outer S/S Side
Back Outer S/S
Top Outer S/S
Bottom Trim
Control Panel
Top Trim
Burner Door Cover S/S
Right Front Panel S/S
Control Panel w/Lighting Instr. Plate
Burner Door Handle w/Screw
Control Door
Top Door Handle w/Screw
Door Handle Mount
Top Door 7"
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
A5329U
A5338X
S1014A
S1050Y
S1212Y
S1241Y
R3087X
R3002Y
R3103X
T1192Y
T1192X
U1172X
U1140X
U1044X
T8089X
S1022X
S1023X
Top Door 14"
Burner Door
4" Leg Adjustable
30" Leg Painted Gray
30" Leg S/S
16" Leg S/S
Flue Adapter 6"
Direct Vent Draft Flue 6"
Collection Hood Draft Flue w/o Tabs
Ceramic Deck (each)
Ceramic Deck (set of 2)
Lighting Instruction Plate
Minimum Clearance Plate
Bakers Pride Name Plate 8"
Leg Shelf
4" Casters w/No Locks
4" Casters w/Locks
Burner Compartment
35
A5258X Upper Breather Pan
39
A5301K Combustion Chamber Front Center
36
A5321K Flue Deflector (Set: Left & Right)
40
A5302K Burner Access Cover
37
A5237X Slide Out Flame Diverter
41
S3203X Magnetic Latch Assembly
38
A5341K Insulation Pan (Set: Top & Bottom)
Door Rod & Accessories / Interior Trim
42
A5288X Spring Bracket
49
S3105X Door Spring
43
A5291X Left Door Stop
50
A5295X Lever Arm
44
A5292X Right Door Stop
51
S3007X Roller
45
A5293X Door Stop Shield (Fits on Left or Right)
52
S3008X Bushing
46
A5297X Right Door Arm Assembly
53
Q2301X Shoulder Bolt
47
A5308X Right Door Arm Assembly (Complete)
54
A5325U Upper Deck Trim Assembly 7" Door
48
A5296X Left Door Arm Assembly
55
A5339U Upper Deck Trim Assembly 14" Door
49
S3004X Door Spring
56
A5324U Lower Deck Trim Assembly (All)
Quan
Part #
(used with 7" door)
Description
Quan
BGOR Conversion Kit (From Nat. to L.P)
Part #
(used with 14" door)
Description
BGOR Conversion Kit (From L.P. to Nat.)
1
R3077X Burner Orifice L/P (Drill #48)
1
R3177X Burner Orifice N/G (Drill #30)
1
M1245X Pilot Orifice L.P.
1
M1244X Pilot Orifice N/G
1
M1221X L/P BGOR or BMVR Valve Conversion Kit
1
M1297X N/G BGOR Valve Conversion Kit
9/05
Note: When ordering, ALWAYS specify Part #, Model #, Serial # and type of gas.
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914 / 576 - 0200
914 / 576 - 0605 fax
1 - 800 - 431 - 2745 US & Canada
www.bakerspride.com web address
Counter Top Gas Oven
Burner
Figure B
59
59
60
60
61
61
62
62
Item
58
58
57
57
69
69
63
63
68
68
67
67
66
66
65
65
Plumbing Control
Figure C
79
79
64
64
76
76
75
75
70
70
71
71
BGOR
78
78
77
77
74
74
73
73
Part #
BAKERS
PRIDE
Description
57
L5094X Burner w/Inspirator to Union w/o Orifice
58
L5096X Burner w/Cap & Elbow
59
M1220X Pilot Burner N/G
60
M1222X Pilot Burner L/P
61
M1244X Pilot Orifice N/G
62
M1245X Pilot Orifice L.P.
63
R3036X S/S Pilot Tubing 45"
64
L5032X Inspirator #2
65
R3075X Spud Assembly #2 w/o Orifice
66
R3177A Burner Orifice N/G (Drill #30)
67
R3077X Burner Orifice L/P (Drill #48)
68
R3080X Blank Spud #2 (For #2 Inspirator)
69
M1296X Thermocouple T-46 (Used w/BGOR)
Item
Part #
Description
70
M1392X Control Assy To Union N/G (BGOR)
71
M1393X Control Assy To Union L/P (BGOR)
72
M1005X Thermostat
73
S1056X Thermostat Knob "F"
74
S1163X Thermostat Knob "C"
75
R3152X 7000 Combo Valve N/G (BGOR)
76
R3154X 7000 Combo Valve L/P (BGOR)
77
M1297X N/G BGOR Valve Conversion Kit
78
M1221X L/P BGOR Valve Conversion Kit
79
R3156X 7000 Combo Valve N/G ( Europe-BGOR)
N/S
Q4021X Capillary Clip (Thermostat Sensor)
MISCELLANEOUS
72
72
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N/S
A5173S Stacking Bracket Kit
Note: When ordering, ALWAYS specify Part #, Model #, Serial # and type of gas.
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914 / 576 - 0200
914 / 576 - 0605 fax
1 - 800 - 431 - 2745 US & Canada
www.bakerspride.com web address
Counter Top Gas Oven
Exterior / Decks / Burner Compartment / Door Rod / Interior Trim
Figure A
24
24
26
26
4
4
66
25
25
28
28
27
27
55
47
47
57
57
56
56
99
45
45
11
11
47
47
30
30
46
46
43
43
33
38
38
14
14
29
29
12
12
88
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
32
32
33
33
31
31
34
34
16
16
58
58
18
18
17
17
2
2
11
40
40
36
36
77
37
37
d
Ol
35
35
41
41
N
15
15
ew
yle
St
yle
St
39
39
42
42
55
55
51
51
48
48
49
49
50
50
10
19
19 10
BAKERS
PRIDE
53
53
44
44
13
13
52
52
54
54
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Note: When ordering, ALWAYS specify Part #, Model #, Serial # and type of gas.
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GP-61
30 Pine Street • New Rochelle • New York • 10801
BAKERS
PRIDE
Item
Part #
914 / 576 - 0200
914 / 576 - 0605 fax
1 - 800 - 431 - 2745 US & Canada
www.bakerspride.com web address
Counter Top Gas Oven
Description
Item
Part #
Description
Exterior / Decks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
A5228X
A5229X
A5231X
A5232X
A5233X
A5234X
A5225X
A5226X
A5235X
A5230X
A5227X
A4129X
S1149X
A4129X
S1300X
A5253X
A5287X
A5286X
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
S/S Top Door Cover 14"
S/S Top Door Cover 7"
Left Outer S/S Side
Right Outer S/S Side
Back Outer S/S
Top Outer S/S
Bottom Trim
Control Panel
Top Trim
Burner Door Cover S/S
Right Front Panel S/S
Control Panel w/Lighting Instr. Plate
Burner Door Handle w/Screw
Control Door
Top Door Handle w/Screw
Door Handle Mount
Top Door 7"
Top Door 14"
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
A5276X
S1014A
S1050Y
S1212Y
S1241X
R3087X
R3002X
R3103X
T1116Y
T1080K
T1116X
U1172X
U1140X
U1044A
T8088X
S1022X
S1023X
Burner Door
4" Leg Adjustable
30" Leg Painted Gray
30" Leg S/S
16" Leg S/S
Flue Adapter 6"
Direct Vent Draft Flue 6"
Collection Hood Draft Flue w/o Tabs
Ceramic Deck (each)
Steel Deck (each)
Ceramic Deck (set of 2)
Lighting Instruction Plate
Minimum Clearance Plate
Bakers Pride Name Plate 8"
Leg Shelf
4" Casters w/No Locks
4" Casters w/Locks
Burner Compartment
35
36
37
38
39
A5258X
A5244X
A5237X
A5259X
A5251X
Upper Breather Pan
Flue Deflector (Set: Left & Right)
Slide Out Flame Diverter
Insulation Pan (Set: Top & Bottom)
Combustion Chamber Front Center O/S
40
41
42
43
A5252X
A5301K
A5302K
S3203X
Burner Access Cover O/S
Combustion Chamber Front Center
Burner Access Cover
Magnetic Latch Assembly
Door Rod & Accessories / Interior Trim
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
A5288X
A5291X
A5292X
A5293X
A5297X
A5308X
A5296X
S3004X
Quan
Part #
Spring Bracket
Left Door Stop
Right Door Stop
Door Stop Shield (Fits on Left or Right)
Right Door Arm Assembly
Right Door Arm Assembly (Complete)
Left Door Arm Assembly
Door Spring (used with 7" door)
Description
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
S3105X
A5295X
S3007X
S3008X
Q2301X
A5267X
A5305X
A5265X
Quan
Part #
BGOR Conversion Kit (From Nat. to L.P)
1
1
1
9/05
Description
BGOR Conversion Kit (From L.P. to Nat.)
R3091X Burner Orifice L/P (Drill #48)
M1245X Pilot Orifice L.P.
M1221X L/P BGOR or BMVR Valve Conversion Kit
1
1
1
BMVR Conversion Kit (From Nat. to L.P.)
1
1
1
Door Spring (used with 14" door)
Lever Arm
Roller
Bushing
Shoulder Bolt
Upper Deck Trim Assembly 7" Door
Upper Deck Trim Assembly 14" Door
Lower Deck Trim Assembly (All)
R3146X Burner Orifice N/G (Drill #30)
M1244X Pilot Orifice N/G
M1297X N/G BGOR Valve Conversion Kit
BMVR Conversion Kit (From L.P. to Nat.)
R3091X Burner Orifice L/P (Drill #48)
M1245X Pilot Orifice L.P.
M1221X L/P BGOR or BMVR Valve Conversion Kit
1
1
1
R3146X Burner Orifice N/G (Drill #30)
M1244X Pilot Orifice N/G
M1260X N/G BMVR Valve Conversion Kit
Note: When ordering, ALWAYS specify Part #, Model #, Serial # and type of gas.
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GP-61
30 Pine Street • New Rochelle • New York • 10801
914 / 576 - 0200
914 / 576 - 0605 fax
1 - 800 - 431 - 2745 US & Canada
www.bakerspride.com web address
Counter Top Gas Oven
Burner
Figure B
63
63
64
64
65
65
66
66
62
62
61
61
60
60
59
59
67
67
74
74
Item
75
75
68
68
73
73
72
72
71
71
Plumbing Control
Figure C
87
87
90
90
88
88
69
69
70
70
84
84
83
83
76
76
77
77
78
78
89
89
80
80
L5036X Burner w/Inspirator to Union w/o Orifice O/S
60
L5095X Burner w/Cap & Elbow O/S
61
L5108X Burner w/Inspirator to Union w/o Orifice
62
L5096X Burner w/Cap & Elbow
63
K1237X Pilot Bracket Adapter
64
M1220X Pilot Burner N/G
65
M1222X Pilot Burner L/P
66
M1244X Pilot Orifice N/G
67
M1245X Pilot Orifice L.P.
68
R3036X S/S Pilot Tubing 45"
69
L5032X Inspirator #2
70
R3075X Spud Assembly #2 w/o Orifice
71
R3146X Burner Orifice N/G (Drill #30)
72
R3091X Burner Orifice L/P (Drill #48)
73
R3080X Blank Spud #2 (For #2 Inspirator)
74
M1296X Thermocouple T-46 (Used w/BGOR)
75
M1265X Thermopile (Used w/BMVR)
Part #
(Used on O/S Burner)
Description
76 * M1392X Control Assy To Union N/G (BGOR)
77 * M1393X Control Assy To Union L/P (BGOR)
78
M1290X Control Assy To Union N/G (BMVR) O/S
79
79
85
85
86
86
Description
59
Item
BGOR
BMVR
Part #
BAKERS
PRIDE
79
M1291X Control Assy To Union L/P (BMVR) O/S
80
M1005X Thermostat
81
S1056X Thermostat Knob "F"
82
S1163X Thermostat Knob "C"
83
R3152X 7000 Valve, BGOR, N/G (After SN339, 8/98)
84 * R3154X 7000 Valve, BGOR, L/P (After SN339, 8/98)
85
M1297X N/G BGOR Valve Conversion Kit
82
82
81
81
86
M1221X L/P BGOR or BMVR Valve Conversion Kit
87 * R3156X 7000 Combo Valve N/G ( Europe-BGOR)
88
R3104X 7000 Valve, BMVR, N/G (Before SN440, 8/98)
89
M1260X N/G BMVR Valve Conversion Kit
90
N/S
N/S
R3124X 7000 Valve, BMVR, L/P (Before SN440, 8/98)
Q4021X Capillary Clip (Thermostat Sensor)
A5173S Stacking Bracket Kit
* Discontinued 7/00. Substitute BMVR parts listed
above. ALWAYS INCLUDE #M1265X Thermopile.
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BAKERS PRIDE LIMITED WARRANTY
30 Pine Street New Rochelle, New York 10801
914 / 576 - 0200 ♦ US & Canada: 1 - 800 - 431 - 2745 ♦ fax 914 / 576 - 0605
WHAT IS COVERED
This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship under normal use, and applies only to the original purchaser
providing that:
♦ The equipment has not been accidentally or intentionally damaged, altered or misused;
♦ The equipment is properly installed, adjusted, operated and maintained in accordance with National and local codes. and
in accordance with the installation instruction provided with the product;
♦ The serial number rating plate affixed to the equipment has not been defaced or removed.
WHO IS COVERED
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and applies only to equipment purchased for use in the U.S.A.
COVERAGE PERIOD
Full size gas and electric deck ovens: Two (2) year limited parts and labor: Cyclone Convection Ovens: BCO Models: One (1)
Year limited parts and labor; GDCO Models: Two (2) Year limited parts and labor; CO II Models: Two (2) Year limited parts
and labor; (5) Year limited door warranty.
All Other Products: One (1) Year limited parts and labor.
Warranty period begins the date of dealer invoice to customer or ninety (90) days after shipment date from BAKERS PRIDE whichever comes first.
WARRANTY
COVERAGE
This warranty covers on-site labor, parts and reasonable travel time and travel expenses of the authorized service
representative up to (100) miles. round trip, and (2) hours travel time. The purchaser. however, shall be responsible for all
expenses related to travel, including time. mileage and shipping expenses on smaller counter models that may be carried into
a Factory Authorized Service Center, including the following models: PX-14. PX-16, PI8, and BK-I8.
EXCEPTIONS
All removable parts in BAKERS PRIDE Char-broilers, including but not limited to: Burners, Grates. Radiants, Stones and
Valves, are covered for a period of SIX MONTHS.
All Ceramic Baking Decks are covered for a period of THREE MONTHS. The installation of these replacement decks is the
responsibility of the purchaser.
The extended Cyclone door warranty years 3 through 5 is a parts only warranty and does not include labor, travel, milage or
any other charges.
EXCLUSIONS
♦ Failures caused by erratic voltages or gas supplies,
♦ Unauthorized repair by anyone other than a BAKERS PRIDE
Factory Authorized Service Center,
♦ Damage in shipment,
♦ Alteration, misuse or improper installation,
♦ Thermostats and safety valves with broken capillary tubes.
♦ Accessories - spatulas, forks. steak turners, grate lifters,
oven brushes, scrapers, peels. etc.,
♦ Freight - other than normal UPS charges,
♦ Ordinary wear and tear.
♦ Negligence or acts of God,
♦ Thermostat calibrations after (30) days from equipment
installation date,
♦ Air and Gas adjustments,
♦ Light bulbs,
♦ Glass doors and door adjustments.
♦ Fuses,
♦ Char-broiler work decks and cutting boards,
♦ Tightening of conveyor chains,
♦ Adjustments to burner flames and cleaning of pilot burners,
♦ Tightening of screws or fasteners.
INSTALLATION
Leveling and installation of decks. as well as proper installation and check out of all new equipment - per appropriate
installation and use materials - is the responsibility of the dealer or installer, not the manufacturer.
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
BAKERS PRIDE genuine Factory OEM parts receive a (90) day materials warranty effective from the date of installation by a
BAKERS PRIDE Factory Authorized Service Center.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and all other obligations or liabilities on the manufacturers part. BAKERS PRIDE
shall in no event be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages, or in any event for damages in excess of the purchase price of the unit. The
repair or replacement of proven defective parts shall constitute a fulfillment of all obligations under the terms of this warranty.
Form #U4177A 1/07
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