Antunes, AJ VCT-20 Specifications

MANUFACTURING
NUMBERS:
9200560
9200562
9200600
9200602
9200606
9200608
9200614
9200624
9200626
9200628
9200630
9200631
9200632
9200634
9200616
9200620
9200622
9200638
9200640
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C
US
P/N 1010729 Rev C.05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT
TOASTER
Model VCT-20/25/50
Owner ’s Manual
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Owner Information .....................................................2
General......................................................................2
Warranty Information .................................................2
Service/Technical Assistance ....................................3
Important Safety Information ....................................4
Electrical Ratings.......................................................5
Specifications .............................................................5
Model Designation.....................................................5
Electrical Cord & Plug Configurations .......................5
Dimensions................................................................6
Unpacking..................................................................7
Assembling the Unit ..................................................7
Installation...................................................................7
Equipment Setup .......................................................8
Operating Instructions ...............................................9
Operation.....................................................................9
Maintenance..............................................................10
Maintenance Schedule ........................................... 10
Cleaning the Release Sheet .................................. 10
Conveyor Belts–Removing, Servicing & Replacing 10
Replacing Spring Tensioners...................................11
Replacing Conveyor Motor and Fan Blade ............ 12
Troubleshooting .......................................................13
Wiring Diagram.........................................................19
Replacement Parts ...................................................20
Optional Parts – VCT-25 & VCT-50 .........................25
NOTES .......................................................................26
LIMITED WARRANTY ...............................Back Cover
OWNER INFORMATION
General
Warranty Information
The Vertical Contact Toaster, Models VCT-20, VCT-25
and VCT-50 are designed for contact toasting of buns.
The toaster design allows the operator to place buns
on both sides of the heated platen at the same time.
Buns are placed into the top of the toaster and uniform,
golden brown, warm buns are then retrieved at the bottom of the toaster. The Model VCT-20 is equipped with
an auxiliary heating system which provides additional
heat to the buns.
Please read the full text of the Limited Warranty in this
manual.
This manual provides the safety, installation and operating procedures for the Vertical Contact Toaster. We
recommend that all information contained in this manual be read prior to installing and operating the unit.
• Damages caused in shipment or damage as
result of improper use.
Your Vertical Contact Toaster is manufactured from
the finest materials available and is assembled to
Roundup’s strict quality standards. This unit has been
tested at the factory to ensure dependable trouble-free
operation.
• Normal maintenance as outlined in this manual.
If the unit arrives damaged, contact the carrier immediately and file a damage claim with them. Save all
packing materials when filing a claim. Freight damage
claims are the responsibility of the purchaser and are
not covered under warranty.
The warranty does not extend to:
• Installation of electrical service.
• Malfunction resulting from improper maintenance.
• Damage caused by abuse or careless handling.
• Damage from moisture into electrical
components
• Damage from tampering with, removal of, or
changing any preset control or safety device.
IMPORTANT! Keep these instructions for future reference. If the unit changes
ownership, be sure this manual accompanies the equipment.
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OWNER INFORMATION (continued)
Service/Technical Assistance
Refer to the service agency directory included with your
unit.
If you experience any problems with the installation
or operation of your unit, contact your local Roundup
Authorized Service Agency.
Authorized Service Agency
Name:
Fill in the information below and have it handy when
calling your authorized service agency for assistance.
The serial number is on the specification plate located
on the rear of the unit.
Phone No.:
Address:
Use only genuine Roundup replacement parts in this
unit. Use of replacement parts other than those supplied by the manufacturer will void the warranty. Your
Authorized Service Agency has been factory trained
and has a complete supply of parts for this toaster.
Purchased From:
Date of Purchase:
Model No.:
Serial No.:
You may also contact the factory at 1-877-392-7854 if
you have trouble locating your local Authorized Service
Agency.
Mfg. No.:
A.J. Antunes & Co. reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisions do not
entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Throughout this manual, you will find the following safety words and symbols that signify important safety issues with
regards to operating or maintaining the equipment.
WARNING
WARNING
GENERAL WARNING. Indicates information important to the proper operation of
the equipment. Failure to observe may
result in damage to the equipment and/or
severe bodily injury or death.
ELECTRICAL WARNING. Indicates information relating to possible shock hazard.
Failure to observe may result in damage
to the equipment and/or severe bodily
injury or death.
CAUTION
WARNING
GENERAL CAUTION. Indicates information important to the proper operation of
the equipment. Failure to observe may
result in damage to the equipment.
HOT SURFACE WARNING. Indicates
information important to the handling of
equipment and parts. Failure to observe
caution could result in personal injury.
In addition to the warnings and cautions in this manual,
use the following guidelines for safe operation of the
unit.
• The procedures in this chapter may include
the use of chemical products. These chemical
products will be highlighted with bold face letters followed by the abbreviated HCS (Hazard
Communication Standard). See Hazard
Communication Standard manual for the appropriated Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
• Read all instructions before using equipment.
• For your safety, the equipment is furnished with
a properly grounded cord connector. Do not
attempt to defeat the grounded connector.
• The toaster should be grounded according to
local electrical codes to prevent the possibility of
electrical shock. It requires a grounded receptacle with separate electrical lines, protected by
fuses or circuit breaker of the proper rating.
• Install or locate the equipment only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use
corrosive chemicals in this equipment.
• Bread may burn. Therefore toasters must not be
used near or below curtains or other combustible
walls and materials. Failure to maintain safe
operating distances may cause discoloration or
combustion.
• Do not operate this equipment if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or
if it has been damaged or dropped.
• This equipment should be serviced by qualified
personnel only. Contact the nearest Roundup
authorized service facility for adjustment or repair.
• Failure to use release sheets may result in damage to the equipment and loss of warranty coverage.
• Do not block or cover any openings on the unit.
• Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
• All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable codes.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do not allow cord to hang over edge of table or
counter.
• WARNING ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH.
The following warnings and cautions appear throughout
this manual and should be carefully observed.
• Turn the unit off, disconnect the power source
and allow unit to cool down before performing
any service or maintenance on the unit.
4
-
Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
-
Do not modify the power supply cord plug. If
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION (continued)
it does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
-
-
Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are in
doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical Cord & Plug Configurations
Electrical Ratings
Model
MFG. No.
Volts
Watts
Amps
Hz
9200560
280-240
3200-4257
15.4-17.3
50/60
Letter
Code*
Description
VCT-20
VCT-25
9200620
120
1760
14.7
60
C
Commercial Cord
VCT-25
9200622
120
1760
14.7
60
VCT-25
9200624
120
1760
14.7
60
H
Harmonized Cord
VCT-25
9200630
120
1760
14.7
60
(H)C***
VCT-25
9200626
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-25
9200628
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
CEE 7/7, 16
Amp., 250 VAC
(Assembly Only).
VCT-25
9200631
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
(C)F**
VCT-25
9200632
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-25
9200634
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
5-15P, 15 Amp.,
120 VAC., Non –
Locking (Assembly
Only).
VCT-25
9200638
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-50
9200600
120
1760
14.7
60
VCT-50
9200602
120
1760
14.7
60
VCT-50
9200606
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-50
9200608
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-50
9200614
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-50
9200616
208-240
2600-3460
12.5-14.4
50/60
VCT-25
9200640
230
2400
10.4
50/60
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(C)V**
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6-20P, 20 Amp.,
250 VAC., Non –
Locking (Assembly
Only).
* Used in Model Designation
** Indicates that the plug comes with a Commercial cord
*** Indicates that the plug comes with a Harmonized cord
CAUTION
All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable codes.
Model Designation
VCT-20XX
VCT-25XX
VCT-50XX
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
TYPE OF POWER CORD
H = HARMONIZED
C = COMMERCIAL
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
• Do not modify the power supply cord plug. If
it does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
TYPE OF PLUG
V = NEMA 6-20P
F = NEMA 5-15P
T = NEMA 5-20P
C = CEE 7/7 Schuko
• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
• Check with a qualified electrician if you are in
doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
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5–20P, 20 Amp.,
120 VAC., Non –
Locking (Assembly
Only).
Configuration
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SPECIFICATIONS (continued)
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INSTALLATION
Unpacking
Conveyor
Cover Assy.
1. Remove unit and all packing materials from shipping carton.
2. Open the large box. It should contain:
• Bun chute (Figure 2)
• Plastic bag containing the release sheet
(Figure 4)
Heat Shield
3. Remove all packing materials and protective coverings from the unit and parts.
Yellow Support
Rod
NOTE: If any parts are missing or damaged, contact Antunes Technical Service IMMEDIATELY at
1-877-7854-392.
Assembling the Unit
1. Remove heat shield along with front and rear
conveyor covers (Figure 1).
Conveyor
Cover Assy.
2. Install the damper assy. (Figure 1).
NOTE: Make sure the damper assy. rests only on
the bottom front and rear yellow support rods.
Figure 1. Installing Damper Assy.
3. Install the bun chute (Figure 2).
Hook Bun Chute over rear
bottom conveyor cover
yellow support rod
4. Remove the release sheet from the plastic bag
and lay it on a clean, flat surface. Fold the sheet
exactly in half (Figure 3).
Heat Shield
Conveyor
Cover Assy.
5. Crease the sheet at the fold using only your finger (Figure 3).
NOTE: Do not use metal tools to crease the sheet.
6. Install the release sheet by draping it over both
sides of the platen surface. The crease should
be centered directly on top of the platen (Figure
4).
Yellow Support Rod
CAUTION
Failure to use release sheets may result in damage to the unit and loss of warranty coverage.
7. Re-install the front and rear conveyor covers
(Figure 4).
IMPORTANT: Make sure the covers rest only on
both the top and bottom yellow support rods.
Conveyor
Cover Assy.
8. Install the heat shield assy. The heat shield
clips fit over the top of the platen and retains the
release sheet (Figure 4).
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Bun Chute
Figure 2. Installing Bun Chute
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INSTALLATION (continued)
IMPORTANT: Make sure heat shield assy. is activating (depressing) the conveyor interlock switch (see
Figure 4). The conveyors will not rotate unless the
heat shield is in place and interlock switch is
activated (depressed).
Lay sheet on a flat surface
NOTE: Check the release sheet to make sure it is
not caught in the conveyor. Additional release
sheets can be obtained through your authorized
service agency under part no. 7000110 (3 pack) or
7000111 (10 pack).
Fold over so ends meet
Equipment Setup
Press lightly with finger to
form crease
Figure 3. Folding Release Sheet
When placing the toaster into service, pay attention to
the following guidelines.
• Make sure power to the unit is off and the toaster
is at room temperature.
Heat Shield
• Do not block or cover any openings on the unit.
• Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
Release Sheet
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do not allow cord to hang over edge of table or
counter.
Platen
Connect the unit to the power supply. Refer to the
specification plate for the proper voltage.
Conveyor Interlock
Switch
Conveyor Cover
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Conveyor Cover
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
• Do not modify the power supply cord plug. If
it does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
Figure 4. Installing Release Sheet
• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
CAUTION
All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable codes.
• The toaster should be grounded according to local
electrical codes to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. It requires a grounded receptacle with
separate electrical lines, protected by fuses or circuit breaker of the proper rating.
CAUTION
Bread may burn. Therefore toasters must not be
used near or below curtains or other combustible
walls and materials. Failure to maintain safe operating distances may cause discoloration or combustion.
• Check with a qualified electrician if you are in
doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
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OPERATION
Operating Instructions
1. Set the bun adjustment controls (Figure 6) to the
desired settings.
Bun Thickness
Adjustment Controls
(see Figure 6)
NOTE: After initial run of 4-6 buns, adjust controls
according to the desired finished product.
3
THICKNESS
THICKNESS
1
4
2. Turn the rocker switch on (Figure 5).
Hi-Limit Reset
6
5
2
1
5
6
1 = 1/2"(12.7mm)
2 = 5/8"(15.9mm)
3 =11/16"(17.5mm)
4 = 3/4"(19.1mm)
5 =13/16"(20.6mm)
6 = 7/8"(22.2mm)
4
2
3
3. Turn the temperature control to 10. Allow 30 minutes warm-up time before proceeding.
4. Drop buns into toaster (Figure 5). Cut sides of
heel and crown must face each other.
5. Toasted product will drop into the bun landing
area (Figure 5).
6. Test at least 4 buns before putting toaster into
service. Turn temperature control to lower setting
for lighter toasting or to higher setting for darker
toasting.
Temperature Control
7 Turn the rocker switch off when finished toasting
Safety Features
Rocker Switch
Bun Landing
Area
HI-LIMIT RESET BUTTON
Figure 5. Toaster Controls
A hi-limit thermostat will turn off electrical power to the
heater and control circuits if the unit overheats. To
reset this thermostat, allow sufficient time (10-15 minutes) for the unit to cool down, then fully depress the
reset button located at the rear of the unit (Figure 5).
3
THICKNESS
6
5
2
1
4
If the unit requires continuous resetting, contact your
Roundup authorized service agency.
1
CONVEYOR INTERLOCK SWITCH
5
6
A conveyor interlock switch is located on top of the unit
under the heat shield (Figure 4). The conveyors will not
rotate unless the heat shield is in place and interlock
switch is activated (depressed).
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THICKNESS
1
2
3
4
5
6
= 1/2"(12.7mm)
= 5/8"(15.9mm)
=11/16"(17.5mm)
= 3/4"(19.1mm)
=13/16"(20.6mm)
= 7/8"(22.2mm)
4
2
3
Figure 6. Bun Thickness Adjustment Controls
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Turn the unit off, disconnect the power source
and allow the unit to cool down before performing
any service or maintenance on the unit.
Heat Shield
Maintenance Schedule
Release Sheet
DAILY
1. Turn off power to the toaster.
Platen
2. When the toaster is cool, follow the procedures
under Cleaning the Release Sheet.
Interlock Switch
3. Remove heat shield and bun chute. Wash in
back sink, sanitize and rinse.
4. Wipe down the outside of the toaster with a
slightly damp cloth and allow to air dry.
Cleaning the Release Sheet
1. Turn the rocker switch to off, unplug the unit and
allow it to cool down.
Figure 7. Removing/Installing Release Sheet
NOTE: Check the release sheet to make sure it
is not caught in the conveyor. Additional release
sheets can be obtained through your authorized
service agency under part no. 7000110 (3 pack) or
7000111 (10 pack).
2. Put on protective gloves. Remove heat shield
and release sheet (Figure 7).
3. Wipe release sheet on both sides with a clean,
sanitized towel.
4. Remove front and rear conveyor cover assys.
(Figure 4). Wipe exterior of conveyor belt with a
clean, sanitized towel.
Conveyor Belts–Removing, Servicing &
Replacing
5. Install front and rear cover assys. (Figure 4) then
turn toaster on. Count to 10, then turn toaster off.
Remove front and rear cover assys. and wipe
new section of belt. Re-install the front and rear
cover assemblies.
REMOVING THE CONVEYOR BELT
1. Turn the rocker switch to off, unplug the unit and
allow it to cool down.
2. Remove the heat shield, front and rear conveyor
covers and release sheet (Figure 4).
6. Install the release sheet by draping it over both
sides of the platen with the crease centered
directly on the platen (Figure 7).
NOTE: When replacing conveyor belt, it is recommended that the release sheet cleaning procedures
be performed.
7. Install the heat shield (Figure 7). The heat shield
clips fit over the tip of the platen and retain the
release sheet.
3. Set both compression knobs to: 6 = 7/8” (22.2
mm).
IMPORTANT: Make sure heat shield assy. is activating (depressing) the conveyor interlock switch (see
Figure 7). The conveyors will not rotate unless the
heat shield is in place and interlock switch is activated (depressed).
4. Disconnect the conveyor belt by squeezing any
two links together and unhooking both ends of
one link (Figure 8). A needle-nose pliers may be
required. Remove conveyor belt.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the unit, do not use abrasive cleaners on the release sheet.
NOTE: With conveyor belt removed, the tensioner
assemblies (4, page 24) and slide rails (40, page 24)
can be replaced.
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MAINTENANCE (continued)
SERVICING CONVEYOR BELTS
After a period of time, the conveyor belt links will wear
and the conveyor belt will stretch. This will eventually
cause the conveyor to jam as it rotates on the sprockets. This is easily remedied by removing one or more
conveyor links from each side of the belt.
Upper Yellow Support Rod
Rotation
There are four 1/2” pitch links on each conveyor belt.
The rest of the links are 3/4”.
1. Remove conveyor belt as described previously on
page 10.
Large Link
P/N 0800121
2. To shorten a stretched conveyor belt, remove one
1/2” link from the belt.
Small Link
P/N 0800204
3. Reassemble the belt to the sprockets as
described below.
Figure 8. Removing Conveyor Belt
NOTE: If the belt is too short (tight) to be reassembled, remove an additional 1/2” link and install
a 3/4” link. This will make the conveyor belt 1/4”
shorter and enable it to be reassembled.
Rear Conveyor Cover Assy.
IMPORTANT: This is not covered under warranty.
It is a user responsibility.
Teflon Tape
Tensioner Assy.
REPLACING CONVEYOR BELTS
1. Remove old conveyor belt as described previously on page 10.
Acorn Nuts
2. Place replacement conveyor belt on top sprockets. Check for correct positioning (Figure 8).
NOTE: Install conveyor belt so that the ends of the
hooks are facing down.
Weld Screws
3. Wrap conveyor belt around lower sprockets and
connect by hooking both ends of the belt back
together. A needle-nose pliers may be required.
4. Re-intall front and rear conveyor covers, release
sheet and heat shield.
Figure 9. Replacing Spring Tensioner Assy.
Replacing Spring Tensioners
1. Remove acorn nuts (Figure 9).
2. Remove old spring tensioner assy.
3. Replace tensioner assy. and reassemble.
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MAINTENANCE (continued)
4. Make sure the spacers are placed inside the
tensioner arm. The spacers are smaller than the
holes to allow the tensioner to pivot freely.
Mounting
Bracket
TE
M
UP P
Replacing Conveyor Motor and Fan Blade
TE
DO MP
WN
Drive Motor
Bracket
˚F
˚C
TE
SC MP
AL
E
POW
Motor Sprocket
ER
NOTE: A small amount of Loctite (Blue & Red) is
required for proper gear motor installation.
Mounting
Bracket Screw
(308P151)
1. Remove control cover.
2. Disconnect the motor wires and remove the
drive motor and drive motor bracket (Figure
10). Discard the 8-32 x 5/16” mounting bracket
screws.
Motor Mounting
Screw (310P154)
Fan Blade
3. Remove the motor sprocket using a hex wrench.
Drive Motor/Gear Reducer - Place 1 drop of
Loctite (Blue) into each threaded mounting
hole of reducer before installing.
4. Remove the drive motor bracket from the gear
motor. Save the four 10-32 x 3/8” pan head
screws (P/N 310P154).
Figure 10. Replacing Drive Motor and Fan Blade
5. Place one drop of Loctite (Blue) into each threaded hole in the gear reducer casting. Attach the
drive motor bracket to the gear reducer using
the original four 10-32 x 3/8” screws (310P154)
removed in step 3.
Apply Loctite (BLUE) on setscrew of sprocket and all other
mounting screws.
6. Attach the motor sprocket to the gear reducer as
shown in Figure 10.
3/16”
(4.75 mm)
NOTE: Be sure sprocket setscrew is positioned
on the flat of the gear reducer shaft. Maintain the
3/16” dimension as shown in Figure 11. Apply
Loctite (Blue) to threads of setscrew and tighten
securely.
Apply only 1 drop of Loctite (RED) to front of fan assy. after
assembly. Outer edge of fan blade hub to be flush with end of
motor shaft.
7. Using the four new 8-32 x 5/16” stainless steel
SEMS truss head screws (P/N 308P151), attach
the drive motor bracket to the mounting bracket.
DO NOT tighten screws at this time.
Figure 11. Replacing Drive Motor and Fan Blade
8. Place the drive chain on the sprocket and push
down on motor. Allow 1/4” (0.6 mm) play at middle of drive chain, then tighten mounting screws
while holding motor. Check drive chain play after
tightening screws.
9. Re-connect motor wires, one at a time.
10. Re-install control cover.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
To avoid possible personal injury and/or damage to the unit, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment should be performed by qualified service personnel. The unit should be unplugged when servicing,
except when electrical tests are required. Use extreme care during electrical circuit tests. Live circuits will
be exposed.
Problem
No heat and conveyor
belts do not move.
No heat and conveyor
belts move.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Toaster is installed incorrectly.
Perform installation and operating procedures
(pages 7-9).
Not enough voltage, defective power cord, defective
rocker switch.
Check receptacle for correct voltage. See
Specifications (page 5).
Hi-limit switch tripped open.
Reset hi-limit switch (Fig. 5, page 9).
Wiring problem.
Check all electrical connections for burns, discoloration or arcing. Replace all connections or components with damaged terminals. Replace all damaged wiring with the same (or higher) rated wire.
Wiring problem.
Check all electrical connections for burns, discoloration or arcing. Replace all connections or components with damaged terminals. Replace all damaged wiring with the same (or higher) rated wire.
Inoperative platen.
To check platen:
With unit plugged in and rocker switch on, check
for correct voltage into rocker switch. If low or zero
voltage, replace power cord. If voltage is correct,
check for correct voltage out of rocker switch. If low
or no voltage, replace rocker switch.
Use an Ohm meter to test resistance of the platen
heater (disconnect 1 wire to isolate heater). Correct
cold resistance for heating element of platen are as
follows:
120 Volts, 1750 Watts - 7.8 Ohms
208 Volts, 2550 Watts - 16.2 Ohms
230 Volts, 1900 Watts - 26.5 Ohms
VCT-20 only. The auxiliary heaters are 144.2 Ohms
at 208V/300 Watts.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Platen is hot and conveyor belts
do not move.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Toaster is installed incorrectly.
Perform installation and operating procedures (pages 7-8).
Wiring problems.
Check all electrical connections for burns,
discoloration or arcing. Replace all connections or components with damaged terminals.
Replace all damaged wiring with the same
(or higher) rated wire.
Drive motor inoperable or
incorrect conveyor drive
motor.
To check drive motor:
1. Measure resistance of motor coil. Replace
motor if coil measures either open circuit
or zero resistance.
2. Mark the drive motor sprocket and count
the turns per minute. Correct drive motor
speed is nine (9) turns per minute for VCT20; three (3) turns per minute for VCT-25;
one (1) turn per minute for VCT-50.
Broken drive chain or loose
sprocket.
Check drive chain for kinks, broken or bent
links or other damage. Check motor sprocket
and drive sprockets (on drive shaft); tighten
setscrew on flat of shaft if required. Check
for damaged/worn sprockets and replace as
required.
Heat shield. not installed.
Install heat shield.
Conveyor belts installed
incorrectly.
Install conveyor belt to match diagram in Fig.
8 (page 11). Be sure that ends of the hooks
are facing down.
Conveyor interlock switch
not depressed.
Install heat shield. correctly.
Spring tensioner assy. or
tensioner bent or missing.
Replace spring tensioner assy(s). (29, page
22) or tensioners (4, page 24) if damaged or
loose.
Replace slide rails (40, page 24) if worn or
missing.
Conveyor belt too loose
or missing links (41 links
required when new). When
new, conveyor has 37 large
links and 4 small links.
14
Remove conveyor belt (page 11). Lay belt
flat and count links. Replace entire belt if
links are damaged. If conveyor belt has too
much play, it will jam. Adjust belt length as
described under Servicing Conveyor Belts
(page 11).
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Product is overtoasted or platen
heat is too high or
drop time is too
slow
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Temperature set too high.
Set temperature control at a lower setting.
Bun adjustment controls set
incorrectly.
Measure bun thickness and set bun adjustment controls
correctly (Fig. 6, page 9).
Buns sticking on release
sheet.
Clean or replace release sheet or conveyor belt wrap.
Conveyor cover assy(s) not
installed.
Install conveyor cover assy(s).
Conveyor belts installed
incorrectly
Install conveyor belt to match diagram in Fig. 8 (page 11).
Be sure that ends of the hooks are facing down.
Defective platen.
To check platen:
Use an Ohm meter to test resistance of the platen heater
(disconnect 1 wire to isolate heater). Correct cold resistance for heating element of platen are as follows:
120 Volts, 1750 Watts - 7.8 Ohms
208 Volts, 2550 Watts - 16.2 Ohms
230 Volts, 1900 Watts - 26.5 Ohms
VCT-20 only. The auxiliary heaters are 144.2 Ohms at
208V/300 Watts.
Defective or wrong drive
To check drive motor:
motor.
1. Measure resistance of motor coil. Replace motor if coil
measures either open circuit or zero resistance.
2. Mark the drive motor sprocket and count the turns per
minute. Correct drive motor speed is nine (9) turns per
minute for VCT-20; three (3) turns per minute for VCT25; one (1) turn per minute for VCT-50.
Defective drive chain or
loose
sprocket.
Check drive chain for kinks, broken or bent links or other
damage. Check motor sprocket and drive sprockets (on
drive shaft); tighten setscrew on flat of shaft if required.
Check for damaged/worn sprockets and replace as
required.
Wiring problem.
Check all electrical connections for burns, discoloration
or arcing. Replace all connections or components with
damaged terminals. Replace all damaged wiring with the
same (or higher) rated wire.
Conveyor belt too loose
or missing links (41 links
required when new). When
new, conveyor has 37 large
links and 4 small links.
Remove conveyor belt (page 11). Lay belt flat and count
links. Replace entire belt if links are damaged. If conveyor
belt has too much play, it will jam. Adjust belt length as
described under Servicing the Conveyor Belt (page 10).
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
15
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING(continued)
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Product is over-toasted
or platen heat is too high
or drop time is too slow.
(continued).
Spring tensioner assy(s). or
tensioner bent or missing.
Replace spring tensioner assy(s). (29, page 20)
or tensioners (4, page 24) if damaged or loose.
Replace slide rails (40, page 24) if worn or missing.
Bun adjustment controls set
incorrectly.
Measure bun thickness and set bun adjustment controls correctly (page 9).
Product is under toasted
or platen heat is too low
or drop time is too fast.
Not enough voltage, defective power cord, defective
rocker switch.
Confirm platen temperature reading with a pyrometer
or other temperature source.
Check receptacle for correct voltage. See
Specifications (page 5).
With unit plugged in and rocker switch on, check for
correct voltage into rocker switch. If low or zero voltage, replace power cord. If voltage is correct, check
for correct voltage out of rocker switch. If low or no
voltage, replace rocker switch.
Wiring problem.
Check all electrical connections for burns, discoloration or arcing. Replace all connections or components with damaged terminals. Replace all damaged
wiring with the same (or higher) rated wire.
Platen inoperative.
To check platen:
Use an Ohm meter to test resistance of the platen
heater (disconnect 1 wire to isolate heater). Correct
cold resistance for heating element of platen are as
follows:
120 Volts, 1750 Watts - 7.8 Ohms
208 Volts, 2550 Watts - 16.2 Ohms
230 Volts, 1900 Watts - 26.5 OhmsVCT-20 only. The
auxiliary heaters are 144.2 Ohms at 208V/300 Watts.
Conveyor drive motor inoperative or incorrect conveyor
motor installed in toaster.
To check drive motor:
1. Measure resistance of motor coil. Replace motor
if coil measures either open circuit or zero resistance.
2. Mark the drive motor sprocket and count the turns
per minute. Correct drive motor speed is nine (9)
turns per minute for VCT-20; three (3) turns per
minute for VCT-25; one (1) turn per minute for
VCT-50.
Product is getting stuck
or conveyor belts stop
when product is toasting.
Bun adjustment controls set
incorrectly.
Measure bun thickness and set bun adjustment controls correctly (page 9).
Conveyor release sheet not
clean or missing.
Clean respective items. Refer to Maintenance
Schedule (page 10).
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P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Product is getting stuck
or conveyor belts stop
when product is toasting
(continued).
Not enough voltage, defective power cord or rocker
switch.
Check receptacle for correct voltage. See
Specifications (page 5).
Wiring problem.
Check all electrical connections for burns, discoloration or arcing. Replace all connections or components with damaged terminals. Replace all damaged
wiring with the same (or higher) rated wire.
Conveyor drive motor inoperative or incorrect conveyor
motor installed on toaster.
To check drive motor:
With unit plugged in and rocker switch on, check for
correct voltage into rocker switch. If low or zero voltage, replace power cord. If voltage is correct, check
for correct voltage out of rocker switch. If low or no
voltage, replace rocker switch.
1. Measure resistance of motor coil. Replace motor
if coil measures either open circuit or zero resistance.
2. Mark the drive motor sprocket and count the turns
per minute. Correct drive motor speed is nine (9)
turns per minute for VCT-20; three (3) turns per
minute for VCT-25; one (1) turn per minute for
VCT-50.
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
Conveyor drive chain loose,
worn or broken. Loose
motor drive sprocket.
Check drive chain for kinks, broken or bent links
or other damage. Check motor sprocket and drive
sprockets (on drive shaft); tighten setscrew on flat of
shaft if required. Check for damaged/worn sprockets
and replace as required.
Conveyor cover assy(s).
not installed, or improperly
installed.
Install conveyor cover assy(s).
Conveyor belts installed
incorrectly.
Install conveyor belt to match diagram in Fig. 8 (page
11). Be sure that ends of the hooks are facing down.
Conveyor belt too loose
or missing links (41 links
required when new). When
new, conveyor has 37 large
links and 4 small links.
Remove conveyor belt (page 11). Lay belt flat and
count links. Replace entire belt if links are damaged. If conveyor belt has too much play, it will jam.
Adjust belt length as described under Servicing the
Conveyor Belt (page 11).
Spring tensioner assy(s). or
tensioner bent or missing.
Replace spring tensioner assy(s). (29, page 22)
or tensioners (4, page 24) if damaged or loose.
Replace slide rails (40, page 24 worn or missing.
17
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Conveyor belts are
“jumping” or “snapping”.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Toaster is installed incorrectly.
Perform installation and operating procedures (pages
7-9).
Bun adjustment controls set
incorrectly.
Measure bun thickness and set bun adjustment controls correctly (page 9).
Conveyor drive motor inoperative or incorrect conveyor
motor installed on toaster.
To check drive motor:
1. Measure resistance of motor coil. Replace motor
if coil measures either open circuit or zero resistance.
2. Mark the drive motor sprocket and count the turns
per minute. Correct drive motor speed is nine (9)
turns per minute for VCT-20; three (3) turns per
minute for VCT-25; one (1) turn per minute for
VCT-50.
Crown and/or heel must
be forced into toaster.
Conveyor drive chain loose,
worn or broken. Loose
motor drive sprocket.
Check drive chain for kinks, broken or bent links
or other damage. Check motor sprocket and drive
sprockets (on drive shaft); tighten setscrew on flat of
shaft if required. Check for damaged/worn sprockets
and replace as required.
Conveyor belts installed
incorrectly.
Install conveyor belt to match diagram in Fig. 8 (page
10). Be sure that ends of the hooks are facing down.
Conveyor belt too loose
or missing links (41 links
required when new). When
new, conveyor has 37 large
links and 4 small links.
Remove conveyor belt (page 11). Lay belt flat and
count links. Replace entire belt if links are damaged. If conveyor belt has too much play, it will jam.
Adjust belt length as described under Servicing the
Conveyor Belt (page 11).
Spring tensioner assy(s). or
tensioner bent or missing.
Replace spring tensioner assy(s). (29, page 22)
or tensioners (4, page 24) if damaged or loose.
Replace slide rails (40, page 24 worn or missing.
Heat shield improperly
installed.
Remove and reposition heat shield.
Crown and/or heel improperly inserted into toaster.
18
Buns must be inserted with cut faces facing each
other; heel in front slot and crown in rear slot.
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
WIRING DIAGRAM
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Parts Identification
Interlock Switch
Auxiliary Heater
(VCT-20 only)
Auxiliary Heater
(VCT-20 only)
Cover Plate
(VCT-25 &
VCT-50 only)
Cover Plate
(VCT-25 &
VCT-50 only)
Drive Chain
Idler Sprocket
Drive Sprocket
Drive Sprocket
Temperature Control
Fan Blade
Rocker Switch
Hi-Limit Thermostat
Drive Motor Assy.
20
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
0011264
0800204
0800121
2150117
0011375
0010475
0800332
2150190
7000199*
0503362
2150118
0700452
0700463
0700451
0700453
4030235
2150158
2150186
0503459
0503376
7000167
2150193
2150109
2150187
0011299
0501232
0503589
7000204
400K150
400K151
400K152
400K153
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
2150173
2150120
2150110
4010137
4010151
4060355
0503495
0503507
4060229
4060323
0011374
0503496
0503497
1000899
10P1047*
2100253
0503390
2100133
0021170
7000110
7000111
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
Description
Conveyor Belt
1/2” Pitch Link, Small
3/4” Pitch Link, Large
Idler Shaft
Conveyor Cover Assy.
Tensioner Assy. (Incl. #40, 76, 85)
Rod, Conveyor Cover
Sprocket
Spacer Kit
Control Cover
Drive Shaft
Power Cord/Plug, NEMA 6-20P
Power Cord/Plug, NEMA 5-15P
Power Cord/Plug, NEMA 5-20P
Power Cord/Plug, CEE 7/7
Thermostat, 530° F
Ball Bearing
Teflon Bearing
Bearing Retainer/Spacer
Bearing Retainer
Bearing & Retainer Kit
(Includes #13,14,15 & 59)
Drive Sprocket, VCT-20
Drive Sprocket, VCT-25/VCT-50
Drive Chain
Idler Sprocket & Bearing
Bracket, Idler Sprocket
Bracket, Motor Mounting
Drive Motor Kit, VCT-20 (Incl. #58)
Drive Motor Kit, VCT-50 (120V)
(Incl. #58)
Drive Motor Kit, VCT-50 (230V)
(Incl. #58)
Drive Motor Kit, VCT-25 (120V)
(Incl. #58)
Drive Motor Kit, VCT-25 (230V)
(Incl. #58)
Sprocket, Motor, VCT-20
Sprocket, Motor, VCT-50
Sprocket, Motor, VCT-25
Rocker Switch, On/Off (250V)
Rocker Switch, On/Off (125V)
Terminal Block
Retainer, Tension Bracket, RH
Retainer, Tension Bracket, LH
Indicator Light, Amber (250V)
Indicator Light, Amber (125V)
Spring Tensioner Assy.
Tensioner Bracket, Right
Tensioner Bracket, Left
Label, Control
Label, Dial (Pack of 10)
Knob, Cam
Cover, End Housing
Knob, Thermostat Control
Weldment, End Housing
Release Sheet (Pack of 3)
Release Sheet (Pack of 10)
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
Item Part No.
Qty.
2
4
37
2
2
4
4
8
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
6
6
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
-
39
40
0021194
7000121
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
0021207
7000176
4030332
0400251
0400138
0503590
0070582
0700586
48
49
0503385
4030313
50
51
331P101*
7000229
7000200
7000288
52
53
54
57
58
59
61
62
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
2100266
4010107
0503150
0503608
4000165
2100256
212P118*
0500464
0011330
325P163
100P864*
308P154*
306P104*
406P107*
308P143*
310P103*
310P140*
308P101*
306P101*
306P123*
308P145*
100P900*
325P104*
325P109*
308P124*
210P230
310P136*
308P133*
308P151*
308P181*
218P145*
331P103*
306P105*
0503455
2100259
Description
Weldment, Control Housing
Slide Rail Kit (Incl. Qty. 2
slide rails for tensioners)
Conveyor Cam
Thermocouple Retainer Kit
High Limit Thermostat
Strain Relief
Locknut, 1/2”
Bracket, Motor
Wire Set, VCT-20 (not shown)
Wire Set, VCT-25/VCT-25
(not shown)
Bun Chute
Auxiliary Heater, 300W
VCT-20 only MFG# 9200560
Nut, Hex, 5/16 x 18”
Platen (120 Volt)
Platen (208-240 Volt)
Platen (230 Volt)
MFG# 9200640 only
Teflon Tape
Interlock Switch
Heater Clip, VCT-20 only
Cover Plate
Fan Blade, Motor
Teflon Tape, Hi-Temp
Flat Washer, 5/16”
Retainer, Bearing
Heat Shield Assy.
Setscrew, 1/4-28 x 5/16”
Label, Caution Hot
Screw, #10-32 x 3/8”
Screw, #6-32 x 1/4”
Cable Tie
Nut, #8-32, “KEPS”
Screw, #10-32 x 1/4”
Washer, #10
Nut, #8-32
Nut, Hex, #6-32
Screw, #6-32 x 7/8”
Nut, Hex Acorn, #8-32
Label, Service
Washer, 1/4”
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2”
Screw, 1-Way, #8-32 x 1/2”
Bumper, Recess Leg, 1”
Screw, #10-32 x 1-1/4”
Screw, #8-32 x 1/4”
Screw, SEMS, #8-32 x 5/16”
Screw, Flat Hd., #8-32 x 3/8”
Cover, Leg, Bumper
Shoulder Bolt, 5/16-18 x l”
Screw, #6-32 x 1/2”
Tension Spring, Inner
Slide Bar
* Only available in packages of 10.
21
Qty.
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
8
1
1
1
8
1
2
8
1
6
4
6
3
2
2
14
1
4
4
1
4
4
12
4
4
4
1
1
4
4
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
22
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
14
16
13
59
67
15
72
42
70
53
70
36
12
54
70
62
57
17
67
18
17
19
32
75
70
67
80
25
50
17
20
57
61
42
36
74
70
67
72
87
17
70
84
39
24
83
11
23
67
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
23
19
21 12
28
43
23
46
58
22
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
16
15
52
13
70
1
14
37
5
4
67
34
41
79
78
7
6
7
88
51
4
31
1
27
85
76
40
2
67
49
30
9
41
26
67
89
76
90
65
6
7
68
24
83
P/N1010729
1010729Rev.
Rev.C
A 05/04
10/99
P/N
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
OPTIONAL PARTS – VCT-25 & VCT-50
2
1
3
4
5
Item Part No.
Description
1
1
001K118
Butter Wheel Kit, Mechanical
2
0011405
(Must be used with #2, 3 & 4)
Heat Shield, Special
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
Item Part No.
Qty.
1
25
3
0011406
4
5
7000236
7000238
Description
(Used with #1)
Conveyor Cover Assy.
(Used with #1)
Bun Feeder
Butter Wheel Kit
Qty.
1
1
1
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
NOTES
26
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
NOTES
P/N 1010729 Rev. C 05/04
27
LIMITED WARRANTY
Equipment manufactured by Roundup Food Equipment Division of A.J. Antunes & Co. has been constructed of the finest
materials available and manufactured to high quality standards. These units are warranted to be free from mechanical
and electrical defects for a period of one year from date of purchase or 18 months from shipment from factory, whichever
occurs first, under normal use and service, and when installed in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.
To insure continued proper operation of the units, follow the maintenance procedure outlined in the Owner’s Manual.
1.This warranty does not cover cost of installation, defects caused by improper storage or handling prior to placing of the
Equipment. This warranty does not include overtime charges or work done by unauthorized service agencies or personnel.
This warranty does not cover normal maintenance, calibration, or regular adjustments as specified in operating and maintenance instructions of this manual, and/or labor involved in moving adjacent objects to gain access to the Equipment. This
warranty does not cover consumable items such as platen release sheet and conveyor belt wraps. This warranty does not
pay travel, mileage, or any other charges for an authorized service agency to reach the equipment location.
2.Roundup reserves the right to make changes in design or add any improvements on any product. The right is always reserved
to modify equipment because of factors beyond our control and government regulations. Changes to update equipment do
not constitute a warranty charge.
3.If shipment is damaged in transit, the purchaser should make a claim directly upon the carrier. Careful inspection should be made
of the shipment as soon as it arrives and visible damage should be noted upon the carrier’s receipt. Damage should be reported to
the carrier. This damage is not covered under this warranty.
4.Warranty charges do not include freight or foreign, excise, municipal or other sales or use taxes. All such freight and taxes
are the responsibility of the purchaser.
5.THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, EACH OF WHICH IS
HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN NO EVENT SHALL
ROUNDUP BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR THE BREACH OR DELAY IN
PERFORMANCE OF THIS WARRANTY.
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