Chefmate CPSKB1 Instruction manual

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Instruction Manual for the
Chefmate® Countertop Soup Warmer
Model CPSKB1
For Service on Your Soup Warmer:
1. Visit our website at www.globeslicers.com
(select the Support / Parts drop down).
2. Or call the Globe Service Department at 937-297-7247 and ask for contact information for your local service company.
Visit our website for information on additional products available from Globe.
www.globeslicers.com
Slicers, Mixers, Meat Choppers, Scales & Countertop Cooking Equipment
- IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE This manual contains important safety instructions which
must be strictly followed when using this equipment.
Index ATTENTION OWNERS AND OPERATORS.................................................................................................................3
KEY COMPONENTS OF THE COUNTERTOP SOUP WARMER...............................................................................4
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................................................ 5-6
SAFEGUARDS & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..............................................................................................................7
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................................................. 8-9
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS.....................................................................................................................................10
TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................................................................................................11
LIMITED SOUP WARMER WARRANTY....................................................................................................................12
GLOBE FOOD EQUIPMENT COMPANY
2153 DRYDEN RD.
DAYTON, OH 45439
PHONE: 937-299-5493
TOLL FREE: 800-347-5423
FAX: 937-299-4147
E-MAIL: globeinfo@globeslicers.com
WEBSITE: www.globeslicers.com
“Globe”, “Protech” and “Chefmate” are registered trademarks of Globe Food Equipment Co.
© Globe Food Equipment Company, 2011
Printed 3-2011
Attention Owners and Operators
Globe’s equipment is designed to provide safe and productive processing, cooking and warming of food products as
long as the equipment is used in accordance with the instructions in this manual and is properly maintained. Unless
the operator is adequately trained and supervised there is a possibility of serious injury. Owners of this equipment
bear the responsibility to make certain that this equipment is used properly and safely, and to strictly follow all of the
instructions contained in this manual and the requirements of local, state or federal law.
Owners should not permit anyone to touch this equipment unless they are over 18 years old, are adequately trained
and supervised, and have read and understood this manual. Owners should also ensure that no customers, visitors
or other unauthorized personnel come in contact with this equipment. Please remember that Globe cannot anticipate
every circumstance or environment in which its equipment will be operated. It is the responsibility of the owner and
the operator to remain alert to any hazards posed by the function of this equipment. If you are ever uncertain about a
particular task or the proper method of operating this equipment, ask your supervisor.
This manual contains a number of precautions to follow to help promote safe use of this equipment. Throughout the
manual you will see additional warnings to help alert you to potential hazards.
Warnings affecting your personal safety are indicated by:
or
Warnings related to possible damage to the equipment are indicated by:
If any warning labels or this manual are misplaced, damaged, or illegible, or if you require additional copies, please
contact your nearest representative or Globe directly for these items at no charge.
Please remember that this manual or the warning labels do not replace the need to be alert, to properly train and
supervise operators, and to use common sense when using this equipment.
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Key Components of the Countertop Soup Warmer
Cover Handle
Hinge
Lid
Inner
Warming
Pot
Powder-coated
Warmer Body
Power Light
Temperature Dial
Sturdy Round
Warmer Base
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Installation UNPACKING
Unpack the Soup Warmer immediately after receipt. If the machine is found to be damaged, save the packaging
material and contact the carrier within fifteen (15) days of delivery. Immediately contact Globe or your local dealer
of the equipment. You have no recourse to damage after fifteen (15) days.
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY:
• ALWAYS install equipment in a work area with adequate light and space.
• ONLY operate on a solid, level, nonskid surface that is nonflammable and away from sinks and water hazards.
• NEVER bypass, alter or modify this equipment in any way from its original condition. Doing so may create hazards and will void warranty.
• NEVER operate the Soup Warmer without all warnings, including the sticker attached to line/cord.
PROPER GROUNDING
THIS MACHINE IS PROVIDED WITH A THREE-PRONG GROUNDING PLUG. THE OUTLET TO WHICH THIS
PLUG IS CONNECTED MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED. IF THE RECEPTACLE IS NOT THE PROPER
GROUNDING TYPE, CONTACT AN ELECTRICIAN. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR
REMOVE THE THIRD GROUND PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD OR USE ANY ADAPTER PLUG (Fig. 5-1
and Fig. 5-2).
Fig. 5-1 Correct
Fig. 5-2 Incorrect
Use warmer in properly ground outlets only.
1. Complete the warranty card and mail it to Globe or register online at www.globeslicers.com/warranty.asp.
2. Soup Warmer and outside covering/containment unit will become HOT during and after use. Use caution when
touching the unit.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Power Cord:
• A shorter power cord is provided to reduce risk of someone becoming entangled or tripping.
• Proper Use of extension cord, if required.
1. The extension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord: the marked electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance
2. The cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled
on by children or tripped over unintentionally.
3. Check local fire & safety ordinances before using any extension cords.
DO NOT USE if power cord or extension cord is damaged.
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Installation
INSTALLATION
1. Read this manual thoroughly before installation and operation. DO NOT proceed with installation and operation if you have any questions or do not understand anything in this manual. Contact your local representative or Globe first.
2. Remove the Soup Warmer from the box. Once your warmer has been removed from the
packaging, be certain that all protective plastics and residues are removed from all surfaces.
4. Inspect the Soup Warmer to ensure all parts have been provided, if applicable.
3. Select a location for the Soup Warmer that has a level, solid, nonskid surface that is nonflammable and away
from water hazards or sinks, and is in a well-lighted work area away from children and visitors.
5. Install the Soup Warmer in its location with at least 5'' between the appliance and the walls or other objects.
6. Proper connections and power supply are essential for efficient performance.
This equipment gets EXTREMELY HOT so make sure all flammable/combustible
materials are set away from this equipment.
COMMISSIONING:
Commissioning of your new Soup Warmer is of the utmost importance. Commissioning is the thorough and
methodical testing of the equipment, sub systems, and systems to ensure that the final product functions properly
and safely at the work site. By identifying any potential problems (i.e.: equipment location, ventilation, local fire/
electrical codes, installation, operator training and certification) prior to equipment being placed into service, costly
outages and potential damages may be avoided.
SAFETY ALWAYS.
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Safeguards & Safety Instructions
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY:
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DO NOT operate the Soup Warmer before reading the instruction manual.
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DO NOT operate the Soup Warmer empty.
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ALWAYS disconnect or unplug electrical power before cleaning, servicing or adjusting any parts or
attachments.
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NEVER bypass, alter, modify or attach any unauthorized parts to this equipment.
Doing so may create hazards and will void warranty.
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NEVER operate Soup Warmer with a damaged power cord or plug.
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NEVER leave the Soup Warmer on overnight or for prolonged periods of non-use.
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NEVER use the Soup Warmer as a heating source for your kitchen, space, or room.
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ALWAYS keep hands, hair and cloth away from heated warmer.
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed.
DO NOT operate Soup Warmer if unit appears damaged or malfunctions in any manner.
Call customer service for assistance.
Do not touch warmer or lift out the inner warming bowl while warmer is on.
To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plugs, or appliance in water, dishmachine or
in any liquid.
Close supervision is necessary when Soup Warmer is being used. Operator must be properly trained
on all operational and safety procedures, especially when using near children.
Unplug unit when not in use and before cleaning. Allow unit to cool before moving or cleaning.
The use of any accessories or cooking pans, which are not recommended by the manufacturer, may cause
fire or injuries.
Do not use outdoors. For indoor use only.
Do not allow power cord to hang over edge of table or counter, or to touch hot surfaces.
Do not place the Soup Warmer in, on, or near open flames, electric burners, heated ovens, or other high
temperature equipment or surroundings.
To disconnect, turn off all controls then gently remove plug from wall outlet.
Do not use Soup Warmer for anything other than warming.
Do not immerse Soup Warmer in water, as this will cause permanent damage to unit.
Use CAUTION always when filling or emptying the warmer with water. Make sure the unit is unplugged before
filling and unplugged before emptying water to avoid risk of electric shock.
Before cleaning the Soup Warmer – Unit must be unplugged and cool to touch.
Caution - To ensure continued protection against risk of electric shock, connect to properly grounded
outlets only.
Do not heat any pots or pans inside of the warmer.
Allow sufficient space around the cooking area and always place unit on level flat surface. Keep unit a
minimum of 5’’ from wall or other equipment or obstructions to avoid fire or heating of other objects.
Never use heat the warmer with plastic or foil covering the inner warming pot.
When storing, empty all water. DO NOT place any object(s) on top of the Soup Warmer.
FOR COMMERCIAL USE ONLY, SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Safeguards & Safety Operating Instructions
Operating the Soup Warmer
Before operating Soup Warmer, it should be checked to see that it is sitting level.
NOTE: Always wipe down the outer surface of the
inner pot before placing it inside the warmer. Any
moisture remaining on inner pot surface may
cause a crackling noise while the unit is heating
up. Except for actual cooking area, keep all
surfaces dry to prevent damage to the inner
working of the appliance while it is in operation.
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Wash inner pot and lid in warm soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Never immerse outer pot in water.
Always place inner pot inside outer base before plugging in the Soup Warmer.
When plugging in the warmer, always be sure base pot contains at least 2.5 cups of water.
NOTE: Add more water to the soup warming base when using Soup Warmer in higher altitudes.
Save these instructions and refer to them often.
Operating Instructions
USE:
1. Connect the appliance to the main power supply.
NOTE: NEVER place empty inner warming pot into the warmer.
CAUTION - To ensure continued protection against risk of electric shock, connect to properly grounded
outlets only. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a
similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
This equipment is for COMMERCIAL USE ONLY - See Diagram below for visual instructions.
2. Pour water into base of Soup Warmer no higher than the maximum water line marked on the inside of the base.
Make sure to check the water level of the warmer every 3 hours or so. Turn off unit, let cool and refill
as needed.
NOTE: Add more water to the soup warming base when using Soup Warmer in higher altitudes.
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Operating Instructions
3. Place soup pot into metal ring provided.
4. Slowly lower pot into base using ring to secure.
5. Soup Warmer should be placed on a stable, horizontal surface.
Temperature should be set between 1 and 8. It is recommended that the temperature be set at the lowest
acceptable temperature to keep food at a constant temperature.
6. Lid must be in place when not in use.
7. Turn dial to zero and unplug the unit when not in use.
TO ENSURE FOOD QUALITY AND SAFETY IMPORTANT FOOD SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT FOOD / SAUCE / SOUP:
• Food, Sauce, and Soup should be held at 40° F or lower in a refrigerator.
• Food, Sauce, and Soup must be fully cooked before using this unit.
• Food, Sauce, and Soup held service holding condition must be at a minimum of 135° F. Time is critical
in between refrigeration and warming and should not be held at an in between temperature for very long.
Soup stored at 40° F, after being fully cooked, will take approximately 2 hours to reach the 135° F
temperature benchmark. Other food items may vary in time to temperature ratio.
Points to remember:
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Do not operate the Soup Warmer without at least 2.5 cups of water in the base.
(Add more water to the soup warming base when using Soup Warmer in higher altitudes.)
Avoid reaching over the unit when it is operating.
Use clean water to fill water reservoir before each use.
Never move or carry Soup Warmer when it is hot and/or plugged in.
Do not use any parts in microwave or on any cooking/heated surface.
Unplug the warmer when not in use.
Allow the unit to cool before cleaning.
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Cleaning Instructions
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ALWAYS unplug the Soup Warmer before cleaning.
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DO NOT hose down, immerse or pressure wash the Soup Warmer.
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NEVER use a scrubber pad, steel wool or abrasive material to clean the Soup Warmer.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT OR UNPLUG THE ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE SOUP WARMER
BEFORE CLEANING.
RECOMMENDED CLEANING
It takes very little time and effort to keep the Soup Warmer attractive and performing at top efficiency. Clean after
each use according to the cleaning schedule below:
PART
REQUIRED ACTION
FREQUENCY
Soup
Warmer
Inner
Warming Pot
Wash thoroghly removing all stuck-on food debris.
After each use
Body
Wipe down the unit with a damp cloth
Daily
Unplug and after the unit has cooled, empty water from the warmer and
wipe dry.
Control Knob Warnings: Unit should be turned off when not in use.
It is recommended that the unit be disconnected from the power supply
by shutting off power disconnect switch.
Use a clean cloth to wipe down controls and knobs
NEVER run water over the unit.
An Authorized Servicer should perform any servicing
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Daily
Troubleshooting
ISSUE
Soup Warmer not working
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Power supply
Check power source
Power switch has not been turned Check to see if the unit is
on
correctly plugged in and turned
on
Manual reset breaker has been
Manually reset the warmer. Press
activated
the push button located on the
bottom of the unit to reset the
breaker
Plug/cord damaged
Call for service
If problems persist and the assigned solution does not remedy the issue, please call our Globe Service
Department at: 866-299-8625.
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Limited Warranty
Globe Food Equipment Company (“GFE”) warrants to the original purchaser of new equipment that said equipment,
when installed in accordance with our instructions within North America and subjected to normal use, is free from
defects in material or workmanship for a period of 1 year. The labor warranty is one year from original installation or
18 months from actual factory shipment date whichever date occurs first. Unit must sent prepaid to GFE for repair.
No mileage or travel time is paid.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. GFE
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
GFE’S OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO REPAIRING
EQUIPMENT WHICH PROVES TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP WITHIN THE APPLICABLE
WARRANTY PERIOD. All repairs pursuant to this Warranty will be performed by GFE Service during normal working
hours. IN NO EVENT SHALL GFE BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES TO BUYER
OR ANY THIRD PARTY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROPERTY, PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS
OF BUSINESS OR PROFITS OR OTHER ECONOMIC LOSSES, OR STATUTORY OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES,
WHETHER IN NEGLIGENCE, WARRANTY, STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE.
This warranty is given only to the first purchaser from a retail dealer. No warranty is given to subsequent transferees.
This warranty does not cover product failures caused by: failure to maintain, neglect, abuse, damage due to excess
water, fire, normal wear, improper set up and use. Periodic maintenance, not covered.
This warranty is not in force until such time as a properly completed and signed installation/warranty registration or
an online registration form has been received by GFE within 30 days from the date of installation. Register online
at www.globeslicers.com/warranty.asp.
Proof of purchase is required if extended more than 1 year from date of shipment from the factory
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY PROVISIONS ARE A COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT BETWEEN
THE BUYER AND SELLER. GFE NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSONS TO ASSUME FOR
IT ANY OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH SAID EQUIPMENT.
Example of items not covered under warranty, but not limited to just these items:
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Acts of God, fire, water damage, burglary, accident, theft.
Freight damage.
Improper installation or alteration of equipment.
Use of generic or after market parts.
Repairs made by anyone other than a GFE designated servicer.
Lubrication.
Expendable wear parts, adjustable feet, blown fuses, lamps, etc.
Cleaning of equipment.
Misuse or abuse.