Rotisserie/Convection Oven
Combination
MODEL VGG-CO
Service Manual
CS-TM-031.01
Revised 3/28/13
BKI LIMITED WARRANTY
2812 Grandview Dr. • Simpsonville, SC 29680 • USA
(864) 963-3471 • Toll Free: (800) 927-6887 • Fax: (864) 963-5316
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 and operating
instructions provided with this 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
Warranty claims must be received in writing by BKI within one (1) year from
date of installation or within one (1) year and three (3) months from data of
shipment from the factory, whichever comes first.
COB Models: One (1) Year limited parts and labor.
COM Models: Two (2) Year limited parts and labor. COM convection ovens also have
a two (2) year door warranty.
CO1 Models: Two (2) Year limited parts and labor. Five (5) Year limited door
warranty.
BevLes Products: Two (2) Year limited parts and labor.
Warranty period begins the date of dealer invoice to customer or ninety (90) days
after shipment date from BKI, 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 and performed during regular, weekday business hours.
EXCEPTIONS
Any exceptions must be pre-approved in advance and in writing by BKI. The
extended door warranty on convection ovens years 3 through 5 is a parts only warranty and
does not include labor, travel, mileage or any other charges.
EXCLUSIONS
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,
Adjustments to burner flames and cleaning of pilot burners,
Tightening of screws or fasteners,
Failures caused by erratic voltages or gas suppliers,
Unauthorized repair by anyone other than a BKI Factory Authorized Service Center,
Damage in shipment,
Alteration, misuse or improper installation,
Thermostats and safety valves with broken capillary tubes,
Freight – other than normal UPS charges,
Ordinary wear and tear,
Failure to follow installation and/or operating instructions,
Events beyond control of the company.
INSTALLATION
Leveling, 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
BKI genuine Factory OEM parts receive a (90) day materials warranty effective from the
date of installation by a BKI Factory Authorized Service Center.
CS-TM-031.01
Revised
3/28/13
Rotisserie/Convection Oven
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Table of Contents..................................................................................................................................................... 1
Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Safety Precautions................................................................................................................................................. 2
Safety Signs and Messages.............................................................................................................................. 2
Specific Precautions.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Safe Work Practices.......................................................................................................................................... 3
Safety Labels..................................................................................................................................................... 6
Health And Sanitation Practices ............................................................................................................................ 7
Food Handling ................................................................................................................................................... 7
Storage Of Raw Meats ...................................................................................................................................... 7
Coding Cooked Foods....................................................................................................................................... 7
Storage Of Prepared Foods .............................................................................................................................. 7
Operation .................................................................................................................................................................. 8
VGG-8 Operation................................................................................................................................................... 8
Controls and Indicators ..................................................................................................................................... 9
Programming the Controller Using the Touchscreen Interface....................................................................... 14
Programming the Controller Using the RS-232 Interface ............................................................................... 15
Operation with the Controller .......................................................................................................................... 16
Accessory Use ................................................................................................................................................ 17
CO Operation....................................................................................................................................................... 18
Controls and Indicators ................................................................................................................................... 18
Operating the Oven ......................................................................................................................................... 20
Cooking Suggestions ...................................................................................................................................... 20
Installation .............................................................................................................................................................. 21
Unpacking and Handling ..................................................................................................................................... 21
Location and Clearance....................................................................................................................................... 21
Wiring................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................................... 22
Scheduled Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................... 22
VGG Oven Cleaning (Daily) ............................................................................................................................ 22
CO Oven Cleaning .......................................................................................................................................... 25
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................................... 26
VGG................................................................................................................................................................. 26
CO ................................................................................................................................................................... 27
Parts List................................................................................................................................................................. 29
VGG Parts ........................................................................................................................................................... 29
Accessories ..................................................................................................................................................... 47
CO Parts .............................................................................................................................................................. 48
Components .................................................................................................................................................... 57
Wiring Diagrams..................................................................................................................................................... 58
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Rotisserie/Convection Oven
Introduction
Introduction
Your BKI VGG-CO is a computer controlled VGG-8 rotisserie oven mounted atop a convection oven. The VGG-8
utilizes a revolving mechanism and convection heat to ensure even product cooking. A touchscreen control and
switches are provided to allow for quick setup and operation. The convection oven is 7.14 cubic feet and has a
solid state timing control. Both units have removable components that allow for easy maintenance and cleaning.
The BKI name and trademark on this unit assures you of the finest in design and engineering -- that it has been
built with care and dedication -- using the best materials available. Attention to the instructions in this manual
regarding proper installation, operation, and maintenance will result in long lasting dependability and ensure the
highest profitable return on your investment.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THE UNIT. If you have
any questions, please contact your BKI Distributor. If they are unable to answer your
questions, phone the applicable BKI Technical Services Department:
BKI North America: (864) 963-3471
BKI Europe: (44) 0870 9904242
Safety Precautions
Always follow recommended safety precautions listed in this manual. Below is the safety alert symbol. When you
see this symbol on your equipment, be alert to the potential for personal injury or property damage.
Safety Signs and Messages
The following Safety signs and messages are placed in this manual to provide instructions and identify specific
areas where potential hazards exist and special precautions should be taken. Know and understand the meaning
of these instructions, signs, and messages. Damage to the equipment, death or serious injury to you or other
persons may result if these messages are not followed.
This message indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
This message indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
This message indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
This message is used when special information, instructions or identification are required
relating to procedures, equipment, tools, capacities and other special data.
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Specific Precautions
Equipotential Ground Plane
When a high current flows through a conductor, differences in potential appear between
the conductor and nearby metallic surfaces near the appliance. As a result, sparks may
be produced between the appliance and surrounding metal surfaces. These sparks
could cause serious injury, damage, or fire.
BKI provides an Equipotential ground terminal for the connection of a bonding conductor
after the installation of the appliance per lEC60417-1. This terminal is located on the
drive side of the oven base and is marked with this symbol.
Full Disconnection for IEC / CE Regulations
In accordance with Local and/or National wiring codes, the installer must provide a
means of full disconnection for overvoltage Category III conditions. An IEC approved
cord and plug combination will meet this requirement.
Units not provided with a cord and plug do not meet this requirement. In accordance with
Local and/or National wiring codes, the installer must provide the means of full
disconnection.
Safe Work Practices
Wear Safe Clothing Appropriate To Your Job
Always wear your insulated mitts when handling hot oven parts or touch any hot
metal surface. If you lose or damage your mitts, you can buy new ones at your local
restaurant equipment supply store or from your local BKI Distributor.
Always wear non-skid shoes when working around the oven or any other
equipment.
Never wear loose clothing such as neckties or scarves while operating this
equipment. Keep loose hair tied back or in a hair net while operating this
equipment.
Always wear appropriate personal protection equipment during the cleaning
process to guard against possible injury.
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WARNING – DANGEROUS VOLTAGE
This equipment uses high voltage. Serious injury can occur if you or any untrained
or unauthorized person installs, services, or repairs this equipment. Always Use an
Authorized Service agent to Service Your Equipment.
Keep this manual with the Equipment
This manual is an important part of your equipment. Always keep it near for easy
access. If you need to replace this manual, phone the applicable BKI Technical
Services Department:
BKI North America: (864) 963-3471
BKI Europe: (44) 0870 9904242
Protect Children
Keep children away from this equipment. Children may not understand that this
equipment is dangerous for them and others.
NEVER allow children to play near or operate your equipment.
Keep Safety Labels Clean and in Good Condition
Do not remove or cover any safety labels on your equipment. Keep all safety labels
clean and in good condition. Replace any damaged or missing safety labels. Refer
to the Safety Labels section for illustration and location of safety labels on this unit.
If you need a new safety label, obtain the number of the specific label illustrated on
page 6, then phone the applicable BKI Technical Services Department:
BKI North America: (864) 963-3471
BKI Europe: (44) 0870 9904242
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Be Prepared for Emergencies
Be prepared for fires, injuries, or other emergencies.
Keep a first aid kit and a fire extinguisher near the equipment. You must use a 40pound Type BC fire extinguisher and keep it within 25 feet of your equipment.
Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance services, hospitals, and the fire
department near your telephone.
Know your responsibilities as an Employer
• Make certain your employees know how to operate the equipment.
• Make certain your employees are aware of the safety precautions on the
equipment and in this manual.
• Make certain that you have thoroughly trained your employees about operating
the equipment safely.
• Make certain the equipment is in proper working condition. If you make
unauthorized modifications to the equipment, you will reduce the function and
safety of the equipment.
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Safety Labels
Label Description
Caution – Do not use harsh cleaners when
cleaning this unit.
Danger – High Voltage. Turn power off before
servicing. May have more than one disconnect
switch.
Danger – This appliance has more than one
power supply connection point. Disconnect all
power supplies before servicing.
Warning – For continued protection against risk
of fire and electrical shock, replace with 15
Amp fuse only.
CO Rating Tag
BKI Part #
N0166
QTY
1
N0202
2(3)
N0298
1
N0542
1
On fuse bracket inside
component compartment
N0023
1
Warning – Risk of electrical shock. Appliance
must be secured to building structure. See
installation instructions.
QC Printed
1
Bottom of back control
panel
On panel between back
control panel and motor
plate at bottom
6
Location
Front Control panel
(below switches)
Side covers & Power
entry hole on control
panel
Top of CO back control
panel
Rotisserie/Convection Oven
Introduction
Health And Sanitation Practices
BKI Rotisserie Ovens are manufactured to comply with health regulations and are tested and certified to NSF and
FSA standards. You must operate the equipment properly, using only quality products and use meat
thermometers to insure meats are thoroughly cooked.
Food Handling
•
Wash hands thoroughly in warm, soapy water after handling raw poultry or meats.
•
Clean and sanitize all utensils and surfaces that have been in contact with raw products. Clean and
sanitize the meat forks or baskets between cooking.
•
Never place cooked meats on the same surfaces used to prepare raw meats, unless the area has been
thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.
Storage Of Raw Meats
•
Designate an area or shelf strictly for the storage of all raw meats to be used in the rotisserie.
•
Raw product must always be stored at temperatures below 38° F. (3° C.).
•
Never store or mix raw foods above cooked foods, as this is a health hazard. The drippings from raw
foods contaminate cooked or processed foods.
•
All chicken and chicken parts to be stored overnight must be thoroughly iced down and refrigerated.
Coding Cooked Foods
All products cooked during the day should be sold the same day.
NOTE: It is not the intent of the rotisserie program to have unsold merchandise at the end of the cooking day.
Follow your company’s procedures for the handling of any leftover product.
Storage Of Prepared Foods
•
Cold foods should be kept at or below 38° F. (3° C.).
•
Hot foods must be maintained to meet local health codes, usually a minimum 145° F. (63° C.).
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Operation
Operation
VGG-8 Operation
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Controls and Indicators
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Hardware Controls
Item # Description
1
Rotor Switch
2
3
4
Main Power Isolator
Light
Main Power Switch
Analog Touchscreen
Controller
Operation
Function
Depressing the switch allows the operator to “jog” the rotor position when the
door is open. Releasing the switch stops the rotor.
This light illuminates to indicate that power is being applied to the oven from
the Main Power Isolator (Circuit Breaker).
Turns power to the entire unit on or off. When placed in the on position, the
Touchscreen controller is powered, lights illuminate and the rotor motor
engages (if both doors are closed). When placed in the off position, power is
removed from the entire unit.
Used for operation and programming of the oven. A built-in beeper is used to
indicate touchscreen presses and other oven functions. It has 15
programmable cooking recipes.
Software Controls – Operation Screens
Screen Name
Screen
Description
Startup
Appears when the Main Power Switch is placed in the
on position.
Controller Off
Appears after the Startup screen displays. This screen
Indicates that the controller is turned off. Touching
anywhere on the screen will turn the controller on and
display the Recipe Selection screen.
Recipe Selection
Displays a the list of available recipes. The up and down
arrow buttons move the highlight box from one recipe to
the next. Once the desired recipe is highlighted the user
touches the GO button to start the cook cycle. Touching
the X button for 3 seconds turns the controller off.
Touching any recipe will show the settings for that
recipe.
Displays Preheat Temperature, Cook Temperature,
Cook Time, Hold Temperature and Cook To settings for
a selected recipe. Touching the up and down arrow
buttons scroll the screen to view more settings.
Touching the X button momentarily returns you to the
previous screen.
Displays once the user highlights a recipe and touches
the GO button if the recipe has a preheat temperature
programmed. The user selects where to start the
cooking cycle by touching Preheat or Cook. Touching
Preheat displays the Preheat screen. Touching Cook
displays the Ready To Cook screen. If the Preheat
temperature is set to OFF the controller goes directly to
the Ready To Cook screen. The T button can be used to
display the current oven temperature. Touching the T
button displays the temperature, then automatically
returns to the previous screen in 2 seconds. Touching
the X button momentarily returns you to the previous
screen.
Recipe Settings
Preheat/Cook
Selection
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Screen Name
Preheat
Ready to Cook
Cooking
Operation
Screen
Description
Displays once the user touches the Preheat option from
the Preheat/Cook Selection screen. The Preheat cycle
heats the cooking cavity up to the pre-defined preheat
temperature. Once this temperature is reached the unit
automatically switches to the Ready To Cook mode. A
small highlighted letter H will appear to the right of the
temperature display to indicate that the controller has
energized the heating elements. The absence of the
letter H indicates that the controller has de-energized
the heating elements as the oven temperature has
reached the set temperature limit. The T button works
as described for the Preheat/Cook Selection screen.
Touching the X button for 3 seconds returns you to the
Recipe Selection screen.
Displays once the user touches the Cook option from
the Preheat/Cook selection screen or once the preheat
cycle is finished or directly from the Recipe Selection
screen if no preheat temperature was programmed.
When the temperature is within 5° of the cook
temperature the controller will emit three 2 second
beeps indicating that the product can be loaded. The
user places the product to be cooked into the cooking
cavity and touches the COOK button to start the cooking
process. If the door is opened and/or the temperature
drops below 25° below the preheat temperature, the
screen will flash and beep every 30 seconds until the
COOK button is touched. The highlighted letter H works
as described for the Preheat screen. The T button works
as described for the Preheat/Cook Selection screen.
Touching the X button for 3 seconds returns you to the
Recipe Selection screen.
Displays once the COOK button is touched from the
Ready To Cook screen. This screen shows the cooking
temperature, the time remaining in the cook cycle, and
the elapsed time shown with the progress bar at the
bottom of the screen. Hold the X button for 2 seconds to
stop the cook in progress. The EXTRA button can be
used to add more cook time to the cycle. The cook cycle
ends when the cook time elapses. This is indicated by
three 2 second beeps. If a hold temperature was
programmed then the Hold screen is displayed. If no
hold temperature was programmed then the screen will
flash and beep until touched. The highlighted letter H
works as described for the Preheat screen. The T button
works as described for the Preheat/Cook Selection
screen. Touching the X button for 3 seconds returns you
to the Preheat/Cook Selection screen.
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Screen Name
Hold
Extra Cook
Operation
Screen
Description
Displays once the cook cycle is complete if a hold
temperature was programmed. This screen displays the
hold temperature (or nothing if set to OFF), and the
elapsed time in the hold mode. The EXTRA button is
available here so the product can be cooked for more
time if required. The highlighted letter H works as
described for the Preheat screen. The T button works as
described for the Preheat/Cook Selection screen.
Touching the X button for 3 seconds returns you to the
Recipe Selection screen.
Appears when the EXTRA button is touched from the
Cooking or Hold screens. Use the up and down arrow
buttons to set the amount of additional cook or hold time
in 5 minute increments. Touch the GO button to add the
additional time you set. Touch the X button to return to
the previous screen without adding any extra cook or
hold time.
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Software Controls – Programming Screens
Screen Name
Screen
Startup
Operation
Description
Appears when the Main Power Switch is placed in the
on position.
Controller Off
Appears after the Startup screen displays. Indicates that
the controller is turned off. Touching anywhere on the
screen will turn the controller on and display the Recipe
Selection screen.
Recipe Selection
Appears once the Controller Off screen is touched.
Touch any recipe for 3 seconds to enter the
programming mode. Touch the X button for 3 seconds
to turn the controller off.
Program Security
Appears upon entering the programming mode and is
used to enter a 4 digit passcode. When the controller is
first powered, 0000 is used to access the programming
mode. Upon subsequent access, if you don’t want to
use a special passcode but want to leave it 0000 just
press the GO button. If you do want to use a special
passcode, configure one using the Basic Setup screen.
Use the left and right arrow buttons to move the cursor
under the digit to be changed. The up and down arrow
buttons increase or decrease the digit as desired. Touch
the GO button to submit the security passcode. If the
passcode is valid the Programming mode Selection
screen will appear. If the passcode is invalid the
Program Security screen will reappear showing the
passcode you entered. Touch the X button to return to
the previous screen.
Appears once a valid passcode is entered from the
Security screen. Touch the BASIC SETUP option to
change basic controller parameters. Touch the COOK
PROGRAMS option to change cook parameters for a
specific recipe. Touch the X button to return to the
Recipe Selection screen.
Appears when the BASIC SETUP option is touched
from the Programming Mode Selection screen. Use this
screen to configure the controller to display temperature
in Fahrenheit of Centigrade, to use short or long beeps
at the end of a cook cycle and to modify the four digit
passcode. Touch the X button to return to the previous
screen.
Appears when the COOK PROGRAMS option is
touched from the Programming Mode Selection screen.
This screen is used to select the recipe you want to edit.
Use the up and down arrow buttons to highlight the
recipe then touch the EDIT button. Touch the X button
to return to the previous screen.
Program Mode
Selection
Basic Setup
Recipe Edit
Selection
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Screen Name
Recipe Parameter
Selection
Recipe Parameter
Edit
Operation
Screen
Description
Appears when a recipe is selected and the EDIT button
is touched from the Recipe Edit Selection screen. This
screen is used to select a specific recipe parameter to
edit. Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll
through the list of parameters and touch the parameter
you want to change. Touch the X button to return to the
previous screen.
Appears when a recipe parameter is touched from the
Recipe Parameter Selection screen. This screen is used
to edit a specific recipe parameter. The editable
parameters are: Recipe name, Preheat Temp, Cook
Temp, Cook Time and Hold Temp. The left and right
arrow buttons are used to move the cursor under the
character to be changed. The up and down arrow
buttons changes the character as desired. The Preheat
Temp and Hold Temp parameters can be turned off by
scrolling the temperature below 150°. Touch the SAVE
button to save the changed parameter. Touch the X
button to abort all changes and return to the previous
screen.
Programming the Controller Using the Touchscreen Interface
Use the procedures below to edit a separate recipe or to change the basic controller configuration.
Edit a Recipe
1. Turn on the Main Power Switch. The Startup screen will briefly appear then the Controller Off screen will
display.
2. Touch anywhere on the touchscreen. The Recipe Selection screen will appear displaying a list of recipes.
3. Touch any recipe for 3 seconds. The Security screen will appear.
4. Use the up/down and left/right arrow buttons to enter the passcode and touch the GO button. The
Program Mode Selection screen will appear if a valid passcode is entered.
5. Touch the COOK PROGRAMS option. A Recipe Edit Selection screen will appear.
6. Highlight the recipe you want to edit using the up/down arrow buttons then touch the EDIT button. The
Parameter Selection screen will appear.
7. Use the up/down arrow buttons to view the recipe parameters and touch the parameter you want to edit.
The Parameter Edit screen will appear.
8. Change the parameter value using the left/right and up/down arrow buttons then touch the SAVE button
to save your changes. You will return to the Parameter Selection screen.
9. Repeat the process to change any other parameters.
10. Touch the X button as necessary to return to the Recipe Selection screen.
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Edit the Basic Setup
1. Turn on the Main Power Switch. The Startup screen will briefly appear then the Controller Off screen will
display.
2. Touch anywhere on the touchscreen. The Recipe Selection screen will appear displaying a list of recipes.
3. Touch any recipe for 3 seconds. The Security screen will appear.
4. Use the up/down and left/right arrow buttons to enter the passcode and touch the GO button. The
Program Mode Selection screen will appear if a valid passcode is entered.
5. Touch the BASIC SETUP option. A Basic Setup Selection screen will appear.
6. Touch the parameter that needs to be changed. A Basic Setup Parameter Edit screen appears.
7. Change the parameter value using the left/right and up/down arrow buttons then touch the SAVE button
to save your changes. You will return to the Basic Setup Selection screen.
8. Repeat the process to change any other parameters.
9. Touch the X button as necessary to return to the Recipe Selection screen.
Programming the Controller Using the RS-232 Interface
The TouchTEC controller incorporates an RS-232 interface allowing factory and field personnel to read out,
modify and write in the entire recipe and controller configuration using a special Controller Configuration program
on a PC. The program allows a user to read the configuration data from the controller, edit any feature of the
configuration, write data back to the controller, save the data to a file on the PC and to retrieve the data from a
previously created file. The file saved in the PC contains a description field to aid in identifying the contents of the
configuration file. Follow the steps below to program the controller using the RS-232 interface.
1. Connect the communications interface module between the serial port on the PC and the controller.
2. Start the Controller Configuration program.
3. Select the COM port that the controller will use to communicate with the PC from the pull down list in the
Controller Com area.
4. Click the OPEN button and select a previously created configuration file or click the READ button to
download the configuration data from the controller.
5. Edit any of the following: Description of the configuration file, Recipe Parameters, Max number of recipes
visible, four digit passcode, Unit of Measurement for Temperature display and the Beep Type used at the
end of the cook cycle.
6. Touch the SAVE button and save the file using a different name.
7. Touch the WRITE button to upload the new configuration data back to the controller.
8. Disconnect the the communications interface module between the serial port on the PC and the
controller.
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Operation with the Controller
Use the procedures below to view a separate recipe or to activate a cook cycle using a one of the
preprogrammed recipes.
Viewing Recipes
1. Turn on the Main Power Switch. The Startup screen will briefly appear then the Controller Off screen will
display.
2. Touch anywhere on the touchscreen. The Recipe Selection screen will appear displaying a list of recipes.
3. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight the recipe you wish to view then touch it. A Recipe Settings
screen will appear.
4. Use the up/down arrow buttons to view any settings for the recipe selected.
5. Touch the X button momentarily to return to the previous screen.
Cooking
1. Turn on the Main Power Switch. The Startup screen will briefly appear then the Controller Off screen will
display.
2. Touch anywhere on the touchscreen. The Recipe Selection screen will appear displaying a list of recipes.
3. Use the up/down arrow buttons to highlight the recipe you wish to use then touch the GO button. If a
preheat temperature was programmed then the Preheat/Cook Selection screen will appear. If no preheat
temperature was programmed then the controller enters the Ready To Cook mode displaying the Ready
To Cook screen.
•
If the Preheat/Cook Selection screen appears, do either of the following:
• Touch the Preheat option to enter the Preheat mode. The controller will display the Preheat
screen. Once the preheat temperature is reached the controller enters the Ready To Cook mode.
• Touch the Cook option to enter the Ready to Cook mode.
Once the temperature is within 5° of the cook temperature in the Ready To Cook mode the controller will
emit three 2 second beeps indicating that the oven can be loaded with product.
4. Load the product into the oven. Use the Rotor Switch on the front panel to operate the rotors during
loading.
5. Close the door.
6. Touch the COOK button. The controller now enters the cook mode and displays the cooking temperature,
time remaining in the cook cycle and the elapsed time. If necessary, use the EXTRA button to add more
cook time to the cycle. At the end of a cook cycle the controller will emit three 2 second beeps and enter
the Hold mode and display the Hold screen if a Hold temperature was programmed. If a Hold temperature
was not programmed the screen will flash and beep until touched.
7. Open the oven door and check the product for proper internal temperature. If necessary, use the EXTRA
button to add more cook time.
8. Unload the product if it is done.
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Accessory Use
Standard Meat forks
The standard meat forks are ideal for chicken and poultry. Use the following procedure to prepare the bird for
loading in the oven.
1. Fold wings to back, place on back with cavity away from you.
2. Run pointed ends of meat fork through sides of chicken under wings and through thighs (breast up and
legs down). Ensure that legs of adjacent birds DO NOT PRESS TIGHTLY TOGETHER, this will cause
the area of contact to be under-cooked!
3. Load the meat-forks by holding the meat-fork with the handle to the right–hand side, facing up.
4. Open the oven door.
5. Press Rotor Switch to rotate rotor to open position if required.
6. Place the pointed ends of the meat-fork into the left-hand disc holes.
7. From the control side, push the meat-fork into the disc to allow the right-hand (handle end) pins locate
into the right-hand disc.
8. Be sure to adjust the meat-fork position so that the handle end locates firmly in the spit groove.
Baskets
Baskets can be used for large chickens or other meats. After loading with product, simply locate pins in the holes
on the discs.
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CO Operation
Controls and Indicators
Refer to the figure and table below for an explanation of controls and indicators.
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Item #
1
Description
Digital Timer
Operation
Function
The digital timer consists of an LED, display, beeper and 8 buttons described below:
LED indicator – Prior to the start of a timing cycle the LED will be OFF. When
running a timing cycle the LED will flash. At the end of a timing cycle the LED will
turn ON steady. When idle the LED is off.
TIME SELECT (2 arrow buttons) – Two arrow buttons on the front panel are used to
set the time. Hold the UP ARROW button down to increase the time. The longer the
button is held down, the faster the rate at which the time will increase. The DOWN
ARROW button is used in the same manner as the UP ARROW button except it will
cause the time to decrease. The time is increased or decreased in 30-second
increments.
START/STOP button
Starting the Timer - Pressing this button while the timer is not active will cause the
timer to begin counting down the time on the display.
Stopping the Timer - Pressing this button while the timer is active will stop the
timer from counting down and display the remaining time. Time cannot be changed
with the TIME SELECT buttons at this point. If this button is pressed again the
timer will continue counting down from the point it was stopped.
Resetting the Timer - Pressing and holding this button for longer than two (2)
seconds will reset the timer and the display will return to the original starting time.
At this point, time can be changed using the TIME SELECT buttons or the preset
buttons.
ALARM button - This button allows the user to set an elapsed time at which the
internal alarm will sound during a cycle. The time is set by pressing and holding the
ALARM button while using the UP and DOWN arrows to change the time. The
controller will limit the alarm time to be less than the currently programmed interval
cycle time. The default alarm time is 0:00 which disables it. The ALARM time is
saved on power down in the same manner as the last interval time. When a time
cycle is running and the alarm time has elapsed the internal alarm will sound for 10
seconds. For example, a cycle time 10:00 and alarm time of 2:00 would cause the
alarm to sound for 10 seconds once the controller has counted down from 10:00 to
8:00.
A, B, C, D preset buttons - These buttons are used to save and recall preset cycle
and alarm times, saving operator time and minimizing error when changing interval
cycle times and alarm times. To save the current interval and alarm times into one of
the preset locations, press and hold the A, B, C, or D preset button for 2 seconds
and the controller will double chirp to indicate the times have been saved. To recall
any preset time, press and quickly release the appropriate button and the time
values are loaded and displayed.
Beeper – A beeper sounds when the timer counts down to 0. Pressing the
START/STOP button stops the beeper and resets the timer causing the display to
return to the original starting time. At this point, time can be changed using the TIME
SELECT buttons or the preset buttons. The beeper will also sound for 10 seconds if
the alarm time has elapsed during a timing cycle.
Display – Used to display the time.
2
Thermostat
Used to set the cook temperature. Turn the thermostat knob clockwise to the desired
cook temperature. A light will turn on when the thermostat calls for heat. The light will
turn off when the temperature is reached.
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Item #
3
4
Description
Power/Light
Switch
(3 position)
Blower Switch
(2 position)
Operation
Function
Used to turn the oven power and lights ON (1) or OFF (0). Place the knob in the
center position to power the oven. Place the knob in the fully clockwise position to
power the oven and the lights. Place the knob in the fully counterclockwise position
to turn the oven off.
Used to turn the fan on providing optimum air circulation for even baking. Place the
knob in the fully clockwise position to turn on the fan. The fan is automatically turned
off when the door is opened.
Operating the Oven
1. Place the Power/Light switch in the fully clockwise position. This will apply power to the oven and turn the
lights on.
2. Place the Blower switch in the ON (1) position.
3. Press and hold the TIME SELECT arrow buttons on the digital timer until the desired cook time is
displayed or recall a preset time by quickly pressing the appropriate preset button.
4. Pre-heat the oven by setting the thermostat to the desired temperature. The thermostat light will turn off
when the temperature is reached.
5. Open the door and load product into oven once the oven has pre-heated. NOTE: Keep oven door closed
when not loading oven to avoid a sharp decline in oven temperature.
6. Activate the timer by pressing the START/STOP button on the digital timer. The timer will begin to count
down.
7. When the timer has counts down to 0, the digital timer beeper will sound. Press the START/STOP button.
8. Using your oven mitts, open the door and unload the product.
9. Place the Blower switch in the OFF (0) position.
10. Place the Power/Light switch in the fully counterclockwise position OFF (0).
Cooking Suggestions
Most recipes can be adjusted for convection oven use by decreasing the temperature by 25° F and decreasing
cooking time about 25%. Dishes with cooking times over 45 minutes and that might dry out too much (like
lasagna, or meatloaf) should be covered for the first half of the cooking time.
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Installation
Installation
Serious injury, equipment damage or death could result if attempting to install this oven
yourself. Ensure that an authorized BKI service agent install the oven.
“Risk of Electrical Shock – Appliance must be secured to building structure. Follow
tethering kit instructions for installation” (sold separately).
Unpacking and Handling
It is the owners’ responsibility to file all freight claims with the delivering truck line. Inspect all cartons and crates
for damage as soon as they arrive. If damage to cartons or crates is found, or if a shortage is found, note this on
the bill of lading (all copies) prior to signing.
If damage is found when the equipment is opened, immediately call the delivering truck line and follow up the call
with a written report indicating concealed damage to your shipment. Ask for an immediate inspection of your
concealed damage item. Packaging material MUST be retained to show the inspector from the truck line.
Remove all packing from the interior and exterior of the oven.
Location and Clearance
1. Place the unit not less than 8” from the back wall.
2. Lock the casters so the oven does not move. After every time the oven is moved, make sure the casters
are locked.
Wiring
Electrocution, equipment failure or property damage could result if an unlicensed
electrician performs the electrical installation. Ensure that a licensed electrician
perform the electrical installation.
The oven, when installed by an authorized BKI service agent, must be grounded in accordance with local codes,
or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI NFPA 70-2002. You can obtain this code
from:
The National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Failure to comply with the maintenance below could result in a serious accident or
equipment damage.
Failure to remove power from this unit before performing maintenance may cause severe
electrical shock. This unit may have more than one disconnect switch.
Scheduled Maintenance
VGG Oven Cleaning (Daily)
Cleaning is not only necessary for sanitary reasons, but will increase sales appeal and maximize operating
efficiency.
Failure to remove power from this unit may cause severe electrical shock. This unit may
have more than one disconnect switch.
Always wear appropriate personal protection equipment during the cleaning process to
guard against possible injury.
Using abrasive cleaners may damage the cabinet finish. Use only a mild soap and water
solution.
DO NOT USE OVEN CLEANER on this machine. Caustic cleaners can cause damage to
the machine.
Never steam clean or get excess water in the interior of the cabinet as this can damage
unit.
This appliance is not intended to be cleaned with a water jet.
o
o
1. Allow oven to cool below 50 C (120 F).
2. Turn the Main Power Switch off and disconnect from the Main Power Isolator (Circuit Breaker).
3. Empty the grease drawer using the drain valve or fat pump.
4. Remove all food products from the unit.
5. Remove V-spits, meat forks, hanging baskets and drip trays from the unit and place them in a large sink
to soak in hot cleaning solution. Clean the components with warm water, a sponge and BKI Cleaner.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
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Maintenance
6. Remove the Rotor System as described below:
a. Lift the washer from the groove and slide down the shaft.
b. Slide each rotor cup down the shaft.
c.
Remove the inner shaft.
NOTE: The welded bead in the center of shaft denotes the shaft removal direction.
d. Remove rotors.
7. Place the Rotor System components in a large sink to soak in hot cleaning solution. Clean the
components with warm water, a sponge and BKI Cleaner. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
8. Remove the Fan Guard, Circulation Bottom and Fan Blades as described below:
a. Unfasten (counterclockwise) each 1/4 turn latch on the Fan Guard and remove from oven.
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Maintenance
b. Pull Circulation Bottom out of oven then unscrew (clockwise) the wing nut on each Blower Fan to
remove the fan blades.
9. Place the Fan Guard and Circulation Bottom in a large sink to soak in hot cleaning solution. Clean the
components with warm water, a sponge and BKI Cleaner. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
10. Carefully clean the fan blades using a scrub brush and hot cleaning solution. Do not bend or disfigure the
fan blades.
11. Clean the top of oven. Carefully clean around fan and surrounding areas.
12. Clean grease drawer and tray area with hot soapy water.
13. Replace the grease drawer.
14. Clean the outside and inside of the rotisserie oven with warm water, a sponge and an approved cleaner
which is authorized for use on food surface areas.
15. Reassemble the oven.
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Maintenance
CO Oven Cleaning
The oven must be cleaned at the end of each business day. It is easier to clean while still warm. Cleaning is not
only necessary for sanitary reasons, but will increase sales appeal and maximize operating efficiency.
Failure to remove power from this unit may cause severe electrical shock. This
unit may have more than one disconnect switch.
Using abrasive cleaners may damage the oven finish. Use only a mild soap and
water solution.
Never steam clean or get excess water in the interior of the oven as this can
damage unit.
DO NOT USE OVEN CLEANER on this machine. Caustic cleaners can cause
damage to the machine.
Always wear appropriate personal protection equipment during the cleaning
process to guard against possible injury from hot cleaning solution.
1. Place the Power/Light switch in the fully counterclockwise position OFF (0).
2. Turn the circuit breaker off that supplies power to the oven.
3. Wearing your insulated mitts, remove all products from the unit. Remove all food pans, racks and inside
bottom pan from the unit and place them in a large sink to soak in hot cleaning solution (BKI Cleaner).
4. Allow the unit to cool to room temperature before proceeding.
5. Lift the left-side tray rack off of its mounting brackets and out of the oven. Repeat this for the right-side
tray rack. Place the tray racks in a large sink to soak in hot cleaning solution (BKI Cleaner).
6. Slide the bottom of the inside blower cabinet forward and remove from oven. Place in a large sink to soak
in hot cleaning solution (BKI Cleaner).
7. Slide the bottom of the left side insert assembly to the center of the oven and remove from oven. Place
the assembly in a large sink to soak in hot cleaning solution (BKI Cleaner).
8. Slide the bottom of the right side insert assembly to the center of the oven and remove from oven. Place
the assembly in a large sink to soak in hot cleaning solution (BKI Cleaner).
9. Clean the outside of the oven with warm water, a sponge and approved cleaner which is authorized for
use on food surface areas.
10. Wipe the unit dry with a soft cloth.
11. Finish cleaning the parts, wipe dry and reassemble the oven.
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Maintenance
Troubleshooting
VGG
Problem
Cause
Possible Solution
Unit will not turn on.
Main Power Isolator Light
is not lit.
Unit power plug disconnected
(where applicable).
Plug unit into mating receptacle.
Problem with building power
supply
Check circuit breaker at building power panel.
If problem persists, contact BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Blown Fuse
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Safety cut out thermostat tripped
or defective.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Defective contactor.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Door not completely closed.
Check that both doors are completely closed
Defective door switch.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Blown Fuse
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Defective contactor.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Defective motor or capacitor.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Rotor will not rotate while
depressing Rotor switch
with door open but
operates with doors
closed.
Defective rotor switch.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Oven does not heat at all.
Improper program settings.
Check program settings.
Improper parameter settings.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Fan cover & circulation bottom
not installed or improperly
installed.
Check that components are properly installed.
Fan cover switch defective.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Defective controller or contactor.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Heating elements not
functioning.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Improper line voltage.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Unit will not turn on.
Main Power Isolator Light
is lit.
Rotor not rotating.
Oven heats up slowly
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Problem
Maintenance
Cause
Possible Solution
Defective blower fan motor.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Defective heating element.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Control displays “999”
under the temperature
display.
Temperature probe connection
loose or defective probe.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Cavity lights do not
illuminate when unit is on.
Blown fuse.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
Individual cavity lamp
does not illuminate.
Defective bulb.
Contact BKI service agent for corrective
action.
CO
Problem
Cause
Possible Solution
Unit will not turn on
Oven is not connected to power
source.
Have a licensed electrician connect the
oven to an appropriate power source.
Power to unit is not on. Problem
with building power panel,
circuit breaker/fuse or
receptacle.
Check circuit breaker or fuses at building
power panel. If problem persists, contact a
licensed electrician.
Blown fuse on unit.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Defective power switch.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Problem with building power
panel, circuit breaker/fuse or
receptacle.
Check circuit breaker or fuses at building
power panel. If problem persists, contact a
licensed electrician.
Defective over-temperature
switch.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Blower fan stopped.
Check that blower switch is on. If problem
persists, contact an authorized BKI
service agent for corrective action.
Loose wire on heater circuit.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Defective relay.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Heating elements not
functioning.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Heating elements not
functioning.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Unit operates for a period of
time, then, the oven shuts
down.
Oven does not heat at all.
Oven has very slow heat up or
recovery.
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Maintenance
Problem
Cause
Possible Solution
Oven will not come up to
temperature
Improper thermostat setting.
Check temperature setting.
Failed heating element or
blower fan.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Oven not preheated.
Be sure to preheat the oven before
placing product in oven.
Door left open.
Keep door closed when not loading oven.
Improper time or temperature.
Check for proper time and temperature
setting.
Failed heating element,
thermostat or blower fan.
Contact an authorized BKI service agent
for corrective action.
Product not cooked thoroughly
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Parts List
Parts List
Use the information in this section to identify parts. To order parts, call your local BKI sales and service
representative. Before calling, please note the serial number on the rating tag affixed to the unit.
VGG Parts
Description
Assembly #
VGG
Figure #
Table #
Figure 1
Table 1
BASE PLATE (VGG-8)
BASE PLATE (VGG-16)
AB55129800
AB55129700
Figure 2
Table 2
CONTROL PANEL
AB55122100
AN55131800
Figure 3
Table 3
CONTROL PLATE (CP0046)
AB55145100
Figure 4
Table 4
CONTROL PLATE
AB55123500
Figure 5
Table 5
DRIPPING DRAWER W/DRAIN
AB55130300
Figure 6
Table 6
JACKSHAFT & DRIVE
AB55128700
Figure 7
Table 7
INNER DOOR
AB55126200
Figure 8
Table 8
OUTER DOOR (FLAT)
AB55131600
Figure 9
Table 9
OUTER DOOR (LOWER)
OUTER DOOR (UPPER)
AB55126600
AB55126700
Figure 10
Table 10
DRIVE ROTOR
AB45418100
Figure 11
Table 11
PASSIVE ROTOR
AB45418000
Figure 12
Table 12
ROTOR SHAFT WELDMENT
WB45445800
Figure 13
Table 13
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Figure 1. VGG
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Table 1. VGG Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PART #
M0096
M0097
FN0032
NUT292
S0355
S0363
FN0012
SCR315
B0466
B0467
C0321
or
C0322
SH0111
LI033UK
LI034UK
LI035UK
LI038UK
LI037UK
QTY
2
2
2
1
4
1
4
6
6
3
1
8
8
8
8
8
DESCRIPTION
BLOWER MOTOR, 208-240 V 60 HZ
or
BLOWER MOTOR, 208-240 V 50 HZ
FAN BLADE
NUT, 1/4"-20 LH THREAD WING
MICRO SWITCH
MAGNETIC REED SWITCH
COOLING FAN, 230 V
SCREW, #6-32 x 2"
UPPER ELEMENT HOLDER
LOWER ELEMENT HOLDER
HEATING ELEMENT, 3400 W 208 V
or
HEATING ELEMENT, 3400 W 220-240 V
PASSIVE SHAFT
LAMPHOLDER BODY
GASKET, LENS
FRAME, LENS
LENS, LAMPHOLDER
REPLACEMENT BULB, 25 W 240 V
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Figure 2. BASE PLATE
Table 2. BASE PLATE Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PART #
SCR060
SCR059
FB55121810
or
PB55121900
C0415
N0543
F0191
F0082
WSH248
PB55175000
F0083
SCR383
QTY
2
16
1
DESCRIPTION
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1 HEX CAP
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/4 HEX CAP
BASE PLATE, MOBIL (VGG-16)
or
BASE PLATE, PAINTED, SATIN BLK.(VGG-8)
CASTER, 3"SWIVEL W/BREAK
DECAL, EQUIPOTENTIAL GROUND
GROUND LUG, TWO HOLE STREIGHT
THREAD INSERT 1/4-20 STEEL
WASHERED LOCKNUT, 1/4-20 ZINC
LEG, BASE
THREADED INSERT,#10-32 (.08-.13)
#10-32 x 1/2" SCREW
4
1
1
8
18
4
8
8
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Figure 3. CONTROL PANEL
Table 3. CONTROL PANEL Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
* - not shown
PART #
TB0065
F0139
TE041UK
F0378
F0382
R0172
FB55122009
TB0068
EB55191100 *
R0171
SCR395
SCR444
SCR451
SCR138
TB0041
MA55129400
TB0037
TB0040
TB0044-L1
TB0044-L2
TB0044-L3
TB0044-N
TM015UK
R0127
QTY
3
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
1
4
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
DESCRIPTION
TERM BLOCK 4 CONDUCTOR W/MTG FOOT
THREAD INSERT 8-32 STEEL HEX
END PLATE, LARGE TW
CONNECTOR 231-606 MALE
CONNECTOR 231-116/008-000
CONTACTOR, 4POLE 45A
CONTROLS MOUNTING PLATE VGG
TERM BLOCK END PLATE
WIRE HARN COMPONENT PLATE VGG
RELAY,SPDT 220/240V COIL UP.MGT.
SCREW, 8-32 X ¾ PHIL PAN
SCREW, 6 X 3/8 PHIL PAN
SCREW, M4 X 5 PHIL PAN
SCREW, 10 X ½ PHIL TR H
TERM BLOCK GROUND BLOCK
TERM.BLOCK MGT RAIL 3” LONG VGG
TERM BLOCK SAK10 60A/600V
TERM BLOCK STOPS 020616
TERM BLOCK TAGS L1
TERM BLOCK TAGS L2
TERM BLOCK TAGS L3
TERM BLOCK TAGS “N”
THERMOSTAT 3 POLE LIMITED VGUK
CONTACTOR, 4POLE 25A
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Figure 4. CONTROL PLATE (CP0046)
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Table 4. CONTROL PLATE (CP0046) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
* - not shown
PART #
SCR422
S0307
FB55144905
CP0046
N0550
F0394
FU010UK
FU004UK
EB55192500 *
FB55145009
NUT253
S0309
LI016UK
RIV172
S0304
QTY
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
4
1
DESCRIPTION
#6-32x3/4" WELD STUD, SSTL
CONTACT BLOCK, 1 N.O.
CONTROL PLATE - TOUCH
CONTROLLER, OVEN
DECAL, TOUCH SCREEN
FUSE, 8 A - 5 x 20 mm
FUSE, 1/2 A - 5 x 20 mm
FUSEHOLDER - 5 x 20 mm
HARNESS, CONTROL PLATE
MOUNT - FUSE HOLDERS
NUT, #6-32 HEX NYLON LOCK
PB OPERATOR, MUSHROOM HEAD
PILOT LIGHT, CLEAR - 250V
RIVET, 1/8" X 1/4" CS
SWITCH OPERATOR, 2 POSITION
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Figure 5. CONTROL PLATE (AB55123500)
Table 5. CONTROL PLATE (AB55123500) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
* - not shown
PART #
S0307
FB55132503
N0541
EA55191600 *
S0309
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
SWITCH, NO BLOCK GE P9B10VN
CONTROL PLATE JOG ONLY CONTROLLER
DECAL,ROTOR SWITCH VGG
WIRE.HARN.ROTOR SWITCH PLATE,VGG
SWITCH, MUSHROOM PUSH BLACK
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Figure 6. DRIPPING DRAWER W/DRAIN (AB55130300)
Table 6. DRIPPING DRAWER W/DRAIN (AB55130300) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
PART #
V0020H
V0020
WB55127200
QTY
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
HANDLE FOR V0020 BALL VALVE
VALVE, BALL 3/4" FULL PORT
DRIPPING DRAWER WELD.W/DRAIN VGG
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Figure 7. JACKSHAFT & DRIVE (AB55128700)
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Table 7. JACKSHAFT & DRIVE (AB55128700) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
PART #
TP0037
TE044UK
B0239
CH0013
FT0424
TE043UK
FU019UK
M0086
KSA091
WSH044
SH0110
SCR302
SCR138
S0702
S0703
TB0039
TB0041
MA55113300
TB0037
TB0040
WSH277
WB55128600
F0145
QTY
0.167 ft.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
DESCRIPTION
TAPE, 7/8 DBL SIDE 3M6381 WHITE
END PLATE AP (ASKI)
BEARING, FCJ16F20-8
CAPACITOR FURNISHED w/ MOTOR
CHAIN, #40 ROLLER 60 PITCHES
CLAMP COLLAR C12L14 1X1.75X.5
TERMINAL, FUSE CARRIER
FUSE, T2.0A HRC
MOTOR, 208V .48/.5A BALDOR
KEYSTOCK, BOTTOM SHAFT
WASHER, 1/4 LOCK ZINC PLTD
ROTOR DRIVE SHAFT VGG
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1/2 SOC BUT BLK
SCREW, 10 X 1/2 PHIL TR H
SPROCKET, 40B19 5/8" KEYED BORE
SPROCKET, 40B35 1" KEYED BORE
TERM BLOCK ENDS 011792
TERM BLOCK GROUND BLOCK
RAIL, TERM.BLOCK MGT VGUK
TERM BLOCK SAK10 60A/600V
TERM BLOCK STOPS 020616
WASHER, THRUST 1.00 X 1.69 X .06
JACKSHAFT HOUSING WELD. VGG
WIRE JOINT, 3M-30-146
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Figure 8. INNER DOOR (AB55126200)
Table 8. INNER DOOR (AB55126200) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PART #
WSH266
F0139
BU020UK
FB55126051
GL074UK
FB55125802
FB55125903
MC0005
SCR383
SCR006
SCR418
WSH248
WB55125700
QTY
4
11
4
1
1
1
1
8
5
2
4
4
1
DESCRIPTION
1/4" FLAT WASHER
AVK HEX INSERT, #8-32 (.02-.08)
BUSHING - INNER DOOR GLASS
COVER – HINGE
GLASS, INNER DOOR
HANDLE BRKT-INNER DOOR
MAGNET MOUNT, INNER DOOR
MAGNET, 1 7/8 x 7/8
SCREW, #10-24X1/2 PHIL TRUSS HD
SCREW,#8X1/2" PHIL HD - TYPE B
SCREW,1/4-20X1 SLTD TRUSS HD
WASHERED LOCKNUT, 1/4"-20
WELDMENT - HINGE
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Figure 9. OUTER DOOR (FLAT), (AB55131600)
Table 9. OUTER DOOR (FLAT), (AB55131600) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PART #
WSH266
BLT257
FB55131403
GL074UK
FB55131503
FB55131303
MC0005
NUT097
SP0031
WSH268
QTY
4
4
1
1
1
1
8
4
4
8
DESCRIPTION
WASHER, 1/4" FLAT S/S
BOLT, 1/4-20 X 5/8 CARRIAGE
DOOR LATCH, FLAT DOOR, VGG
GLASS, INNER DOOR VGUK 8/16
HINGE, FLAT DOOR, VGG
MAGNET MOUNT OUT.FLAT DOOR VGG
MAGNET, 1 7/8 X 7/8
NUT, 1/4-20 SS 18-8 CAP
SPACER, PTFE-DOOR GLASS
WASHER, PTFE VG
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Parts List
Figure 10. OUTER DOOR (UPPER & LOWER)
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Parts List
Table 10. OUTER DOOR (UPPER & LOWER) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
PART #
TP0037
WSH266
BLT257
FB45443403
FB45443503
GL0300M
FB45443203
FB55126303
or
FB55126403
WSH246
FB45455703
MC0005
FB55126503
NUT132
NUT097
SCR136
SCR006
SP0031
WSH268
QTY
1 ft.
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
TAPE, 7/8 DBL SIDE 3M6381 WHITE
WASHER, 1/4" FLAT S/S
BOLT, 1/4-20 X 5/8 CARRIAGE
BUMPER BRKT OUTER DOOR VG14
COVER, MAGNET VG
GLASS, VG OUTER DOOR W/MATRIX
DOOR LATCH PLATE OUTER DOOR
HINGE PLATE, LOWER OUTER DOOR, VGG
or
HINGE PLATE, UPPER OUTER DOOR, VGG
WASHER, #10 INT TOOTH S/S
MAGNET MOUNT, OUTER DOOR VG
MAGNET, 1 7/8 X 7/8
MAGNETIC CATCH BRKT.OUT.DOOR VGG
NUT, 10-24 SS 18-8 HEX CAP
NUT, 1/4-20 SS 18-8 CAP
SCREW, 10-24 X 3/8 SLTD TRUSS
SCREW, 8 X 1/2 PHIL PAN
SPACER, PTFE-DOOR GLASS
WASHER, PTFE VG
4
1
7
1
4
6
4
4
6
12
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Parts List
Figure 11. DRIVE ROTOR (AB45418100)
Table 11. DRIVE ROTOR (AB45418100) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
PART #
DC0101
WSH246
RO0040
SCR434
QTY
1
4
1
4
DESCRIPTION
COUPLING, DRIVE VG
WASHER, #10 INT TOOTH S/S
ROTOR, DRIVE SIDE VG8/16
SCREW, 10-24 X 3/8 PHIL TR HD
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Figure 12. PASSIVE ROTOR (AB45418000)
Table 12. PASSIVE ROTOR (AB45418000) Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PART #
F0362
B0251
B0250
WSH246
DC0100
RO0041
SCR434
QTY
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
DESCRIPTION
RETAINING RING, 1" INTERNAL
BEARING DISC
BEARING, SLEEVE .750 ID
WASHER, #10 INT TOOTH S/S
COUPLING, PASSIVE VG
ROTOR, PASSIVE SIDE VG8/16
SCREW, 10-24 X 3/8 PHIL TR HD
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Figure 13. ROTOR SHAFT WELDMENT (WB45445800)
Table 13. ROTOR SHAFT WELDMENT (WB45445800) Parts*
ITEM #
PART #
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
DC0102
2
ROTOR CUP, VG
2
MB45446900
1
SHAFT, VG
3
SH0108
2
SHAFT END, VG
4
WSH267
2
WASHER, ROTOR 3" VG
* - The Rotor Shaft Weldment can only be purchased as an entire unit. Individual parts are shown for identification
only and cannot be purchased separately.
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Accessories
Description
Accessory #
Figure #
Item #
BASKET, MEAT CHICKEN 4 GOOSERS
MB0037
Figure 14
1
MEAT BASKET
MB0038
Figure 14
2
MEAT FORK 27.1875
MF0032
Figure 14
3
VEE SPIT
MF0038
Figure 14
4
BKI RUBBER GLOVE
G0099
Figure 14
5
Figure 14. Accessories
1
2
4
5
3
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CO Parts
Description
Assembly #
Figure #
Table #
Inner Door Assembly
AB30103000
Figure 15
Table 14
Outer Door Assembly
AB30104200
Figure 16
Table 15
Control Panel Assembly
AN30102900
Figure 17
Table 16
Blower Mounting Assembly
SB0306
Figure 18
Table 17
Caster Base Assembly
AN30102600
Figure 19
Table 18
Figure 15. Inner Door Assembly
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Table 14. Inner Door Assembly Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
PART #
TP0037
WSH038
SCR059
B0858
FB45419051
GL0298
FB45442451
FB45442302
H0209
FB30102003
MC0005
SCR439
SCR005
SCR418
F0137
WSH248
WB45418900
SP007UK
QTY
1
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
11
6
2
4
6
4
1
4
DESCRIPTION
TAPE, 7/8 DBL SIDE 3M6381 WHITE
WASHER, 1/4 USS FLAT
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/4 HEX CAP
BUSHING, INNER DOOR GLASS VG
COVER, HINGE INNER DOOR VG
GLASS, 27.06 X 28.656 VG
HANDLE BRKT COVER VG14
HANDLE BRKT VG14
HANDLE, VG COMPONENT HDWE
MAGNET MOUNT, INNER DOOR CO
MAGNET, 1 7/8 X 7/8
SCREW, 8-32 X 1/2 PHIL TR HD
SCREW, 8 X 1/2 PHIL TRUSS HD
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1 SLTD TR HD
THREAD INSERT 8-32 STEEL
WASHERED LOCKNUT, 1/4-20 ZINC
HINGE, INNER DOOR WELDMENT VG
SPACER
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Figure 16. Outer Door Assembly
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Table 15. Outer Door Assembly Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
PART #
TP0037
WSH038
BLT257
FB45443303
FB45443403
FB45443503
GL0300M
FB45443203
WSH246
FB45455703
MC0005
NUT132
NUT097
SCR434
SCR006
SP0031
WB30104100
QTY
1
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
7
4
6
4
4
6
1
DESCRIPTION
TAPE, 7/8 DBL SIDE 3M6381 WHITE
WASHER, 1/4 USS FLAT
BOLT, 1/4-20 X 5/8 CARRIAGE
BUMPER BRKT OUTER DOOR VG14
BUMPER BRKT OUTER DOOR VG14
COVER, MAGNET VG
GLASS, VG OUTER DOOR W/MATRIX
DOOR LATCH PLATE OUTER DOOR
WASHER, #10 INT TOOTH S/S
MAGNET MOUNT, OUTER DOOR VG
MAGNET, 1 7/8 X 7/8
NUT, 10-24 SS 18-8 HEX CAP
NUT, 1/4-20 SS 18-8 CAP
SCREW, 10-24 X 3/8 PHIL TR HD
SCREW, 8 X 1/2 PHIL PAN HEAD
SPACER, PTFE-DOOR GLASS
HINGE OPER SIDE OUT.DOOR WELD CO
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Figure 17. Control Panel Assembly
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Table 16. Control Panel Assembly Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PART #
B1050
FB30101603
N0530
TI00032
K0028
S0338
S0304
SCR117
T0005
S0307
S0347
S0339
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
DESCRIPTION
BEZEL, ROBERTSHAW THERMOSTAT
CONTROL PANEL, FRONT CO
DECAL, CONTROL PANEL CO
DIGITAL TIMER, 4 Button
KNOB, T-STAT BLK 450DEG
SWITCH, 3 POS SATIN CHROME
SWITCH, 2 POS OPERATOR BLK
SCREW, 6-32 X 3/8 PHIL RD HD
THERMOSTAT, 115-277V 450 DEG SGLPOLE
SWITCH, NO BLOCK GE P9B10VN
SWITCH, CONTACT BLOCK 2NC
SWITCH, CONTACT BLOCK 2 NO
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Figure 18. Blower Mounting Assembly
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Table 17. Blower Mounting Assembly Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PART #
I0005
I0005
SCR065
SRCA067
SRCA045
WSH045
M0032
NUT055
SRCA031
SCR272
SCR273
SRCA069
QTY
1
1
4
1
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
.7 SQ FT INSULATION
3.3 SQ FT INSULATION
5/16"-18 x 2" HEX SCREW
FAN, BLOWER SRC (USES F0099)
PAN, INSULATION SRC
LOCKWASHER,5/16" SPLIT - ZINC
MOTOR, HOWELL FAN 115/230
NUT,5/16-18X1 FINISHED HEX
PANEL, OUTSIDE MOTOR SRC
SCREW, 10-24 X 1/2 HEX HD MS
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1/2 HEX HD
WASHER, BLOWER MOTOR SRC
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Figure 19. Caster Base Assembly
Table 18. Caster Base Assembly Parts
ITEM #
1
2
3
4
5
PART #
SCR077
SCR463
WB30101400
C0415
F0140
QTY
2
16
1
4
16
DESCRIPTION
SCREW, STUD 10-24 X 1/2 WELD
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/4 SERR FLNGD HEX
BOTTOM OUTSIDE WELDMENT CO
CASTER, 3" 3-30-521-2 JARVIS
THREAD INSERT 1/4-20 STL HEX
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Components
PART #
B0553
DG0007
F0063
R0029
S0346
C0026
C0248
SB0305B
SR1003
SRCA086
WSRCA076
DESCRIPTION
BULB, TUFFSKIN 40W 250V
GASKET, BULB DOOR SEAL
CLAMP, SAFETY 16101-S 1/4 DIA
RACK, 19 1/4 X 25 3/4
SWITCH, MICRO 15A 125-480VAC
CALROD, 208V 2000W
CALROD, 240V 2000W
SIDE INSERT ASSY, ELEC NKL SRC
RACK, SIDE TRAY SRC
INSIDE BLOWER CABINET, SRC
SRC INSIDE BOTT PAN WELD
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Wiring Diagrams
Wiring Diagrams
Refer to the table below to find the wiring diagram associated with your unit.
Wiring Diagram
Part #
Figure #
Page #
208V/220V/240V, 3 Phase
SB55192100
Figure 20
59
230/400-240/415, 50Hz, 3 Phase
SB55192200
Figure 21
60
208/240V, 3 Phase
SB301909
Figure 22
61
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Wiring Diagrams
Figure 20. 208V/220V/240V, 3 Phase (SB55192100)
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Wiring Diagrams
Figure 21. 230/400-240/415, 50Hz, 3 Phase (SB55192200)
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Wiring Diagrams
Figure 22. 208/240, 3 Phase (SB301909)
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Wiring Diagrams
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Revised 3/28/13
Rotisserie/Convection Oven
REVISION HISTORY
REVISION
01
DATE
03/28/13
REVISED BY
KW
2
DESCRIPTION
Initial Release-Supersedes all previous
releases