107314 Door Bumper Kit
107313 Bumper only
108727
108728 - CLEANING
PORT KIT.
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CLEVELAND RANGE 24CEA10
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS
Mechanical Timer
1. Supply power is sent to the primary of the main transformer.
• 115 VAC is sent from the secondary of the main transformer to the on/off rocker,
2. To turn the unit on, depress the red on/off rocker switch.
• 115 VAC is sent to the red indicator light.
• 115 VAC is sent to both coils of the normally open drain valves closing them.
•
115 VAC is sent to the H and N terminals of both water level boards.
3. With the water level board energized and no water in the generators
• After a 5 second delay, 115 VAC is sent from the FILL terminals to the fill solenoids.
• The fill solenoids open and the generators fill through the drain valves until the high
probe is grounded (see step 4).
• The water fills to the low probe in each probe assembly shorting it to ground
• 115 VAC is sent from the HEAT terminals of the water level board to the timed
manual switches.
• 115 VAC is sent to the heat standby timer which will energize the R2 relay coil 3
seconds every 4 minutes
• The normally open contacts of the R2 relay close bypassing the timed/manual switch to
maintain heat while unit is idle
4. For each compartment, when the timed/manual switch is in the manual position or timed
position with time on the timer
• 115 VAC is sent from the timer to the coil of the R5 relay for the top compartment
• The R5 relay energizes
• R5B contacts close sending 115 VAC to the motor timer
• R5A contacts close sending 115 VAC through the optional door switch to the
normally closed contacts of the high limits
• 115 VAC is then sent through the high limits to the coil of condensate solenoid and the
coil of the contactor.
• 115 VAC is sent to the clean light timer.
• When the clean light timer times down 115 VAC is sent to the clean light switch.
• When the clean light switch is depressed the timer is reset.
• When the contactor is energized supply voltage is sent to both of the elements.
• 115 VAC is sent from the timer to the coil of the R6 relay for the bottom compartment
• The R6 relay energizes
• R6B contacts close sending 115 VAC to the motor timer
• R6A contacts close sending 115 VAC through the optional door switch to the
normally closed contacts of the high limits
• 115 VAC is then sent through the high limits to the coil of condensate solenoid and the
coil of the contactor.
•
115 VAC is sent to the clean light timer.
• When the clean light timer times down 115 VAC is sent to the clean light switch.
• When the clean light switch is depressed the timer is reset.
• When the contactor is energized supply voltage is sent to both of the elements.
• When the mechanical timer times out 115 VAC is sent to the 3-second timer and then to
the buzzer for 3 seconds.
5. When the water level reaches the high probe then 115 VAC is removed from the FILL
terminal and the fill solenoid is turned off.
6. After the water level drops below the high probe for 5 seconds 115 VAC is sent to the FILL
terminal again.
7. The red 115 VAC switch is depressed and the unit is turned off.
• 115 VAC is removed from the timer and heat circuits.
• 115 VAC is removed from the normally open drain valves allowing the steamer to drain.
• 115 VAC is sent to the 3-minute timer and the R1 relay coil is energized.
• The normally open contacts of the R1 relay will close
• The fill solenoids are then energized for 3 minutes flushing the drains.
STEAMCRAFT-10 ELECTRIC
MECHANICAL TIMER
DRYING ELEMENT
DRYING ELEMENT
HEATING
ELEMENTS
HEATING
ELEMENTS
CONTACTORS
NOT USED ON
" LOW " WATTAGE MODEL
NOT USED ON
" LOW " WATTAGE MODEL
L1
CUSTOMER
CONNECTION
3Ø
L2
L3
TRANSFORMER
X1
BLK
X2
3 2
4
3 2
4
L
1
L
A
1
78
78
SECONDARY
WHT
120V
DESCALER
TIMERS
PRIMARY
H4
H1
TB
6
5
DESCALE INDICATOR
& RESET SWITCH
NO
NO
6
5
3
R1
2
R1 COIL
1
R1
WATER FILL
VALVES
3 MIN TIMER
POWER ON
POWER SWITCH
HEAT WATER
BOARD
FILL
H
N
XL HI C
MANUAL
MANUAL
TIMED
TO
PROBES
R
TIMED
3 SEC TIMER
R5B
3
NO
C
2
R5
C NO
1
C
R5A
COND. VALVE
NO
NC
HEATER CONT.
UPPER MOTORIZED TIMER
HI LIMIT
SWITCHES
R2
1
C
UPPER DRAIN VALVE
2
BLOWDOWN
TIMER
OPTION
MANUAL
3
HEAT WATER
BOARD
FILL
H
N
XL HI C
MANUAL
TIMED
TO
PROBES
NC
R3 (TDS OPTION)
DOOR
SWITCH
(SCS OPT)
MOTOR
R3
BUZZER
TIMED
3 SEC TIMER
R6B
C
3
NO
2
R6
C NO
1
C
R6A
COND. VALVE
NO
NC
HEATER CONT.
LOWER MOTORIZED TIMER
NC
R4 (TDS OPTION)
DOOR
SWITCH
(SCS OPT)
MOTOR
R4
HI LIMIT
SWITCHES
R2
1
C
LOWER DRAIN VALVE
2
BLOWDOWN
TIMER
OPTION
BUZZER
3
1
2
R2 COIL
3
HEAT STANDBY TIMER
L105972 K
YEL
H3
15
( BOT )
BRN
RED
RED
16
( BOT )
YEL
RED
YEL
WHT/BRN
20
R6
16
WHT
WHT/YEL
BLK
WHT/BLK
WHT/YEL
LT BLU
W/BLU
BLK
PNK
BRN
WHT
ORN/BLK
LT BLU
LT BLU
WHT
BLACK
WHITE
YEL
2
1
2
YEL
BLACK
WHITE
RED
WHITE
BLACK
RED
BLACK
RED
RED
WHITE
BRN
HEATER
ELEMENT
RED
WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
BLK
DRYING
ELEMENT
4
HEATER
ELEMENT
BLACK
WHITE
RED
WHITE
RED
RED
WHT/RED
BLACK
RED
BLACK
RED
22
3
DRYING
ELEMENT
4
BLK
WHT
W/BLU
7
WHT
BLK
HEATER
ELEMENT
12
8
3 2
4
12
1
7 8
HEATER
ELEMENT
RED
RED
16
INTERMITTENT
BLOWDOWN OPTION
PARTS LIST
17
BRN
5
BLK
RED
WHT/RED
WHT
18
GRN
RED
WHT
RED
BLK
WHT/YEL
RED
WHT
YEL
WHT/YEL
YEL
COND
( TOP )
YEL
BRN
BLK
NC
BLK
ORN
BRN
BRN
BRN
RED
RED
RED
BLK
5
RED
COND
WHT
RED
WHT/GRA
N
RED
( BOT )
XL HI C
WHT
RED
15
12
21
NO
WHT/BRN
C
9
( TOP )
ORN
BLK
BLK
RED
LT BLU
YEL
BLK
RED
RED
WHT/BRN
RED
ORN
N
R1
BLU
GRA
BRN
ORN
GRA
26
PNK
20
6
5
19
YEL
WHT
HEATFILLH
WHT/GRA
WHT
WHT/RED
2
1
25
23
BLK
10
GRA
1
78
YEL
WHT/GRA
3
FU
WHT/BLK
REMOVED W / OPTIONAL
DOOR SWITCH ( SCS )
FU
6
WHT
GRA
RED
BLK
1
BRN
X2
H1
BLU
20
2
11
WHT/BRN
BLK
H2
WHT/YEL
WHT/BRN
BRN
RED
BLK
X1
6
5
WHT/YEL
WHT/YEL
YEL
YEL
1
H4
3 2
4
1
( TOP )
WHT/YEL
3
WHT/GRA
3
2
BLK
RED
R2
BLK
RED
24
1
3 2
4
78
BRN
CUSTOMER CONNECTION
2
WHT/ORN
YEL
JUMPER SET
FOR 208/240 V
RED
YEL
BRN
22
RED
1
R4
BRN
WHT/GRA
2
WHT
17
WHT
BRN
3
( BOT )
FILL
BLK
BLU
BLK
WHT/RED
WHT/RED
BLU
BRN
14
RED
WHT
RED
WHT
3
13
YEL
BLK
BLU
REMOVED W / OPTIONAL
DOOR SWITCH ( SCS )
ORN/BLK
LT BLU
LT BLU
WHT/BLK
20
BLU
WHT/RED
BLU
16
2
RED
YEL
RED
BLK
BLU
R5
LT BLU
W/BLU
GRN
RED
RED
PNK
( TOP )
X2
RED
ORN
20
13
1
XL HI C
H3
ALTERNATE TRANSFORMER
CONFIGURATION
3
R3
H2
H1
WHT/BLK
W/BLU
BLU
RED
ORN
7
BLK
NC
X1
RED
N
BLU
1
H4
24
18
21
WHT
WHT
YEL
BRN
BLK
HEATFILLH
RED
FILL
JUMPER SET
FOR 480 VOLTS
RED
NO
C
9
RED
STEAMCRAFT 10 - ELECTRIC
MECHANICAL TIMER
LT BLU
TAN
TAN
6
5
3 2
4
1
6
5
78
TAN
TAN
NOTE :
THIS ELEMENT NOT
INSTALLED FOR
" LOW " WATTAGE UNIT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
20535 - TRANSFORMER - POWER
20477 - 3 SEC TIMER
02193 - TERMINAL BLOCK
101541 - TERMINAL SEGMENT
106175 - TERMINAL BLOCK 4 POLE
19993 - POWER SWITCH
104224 - TIMED / MANUAL SWITCH
19994 - DESCALE IND RESET SW
110198 - MOTORIZED TIMER
20478 - 3 MIN TIMER
109239 - HEAT STANDBY TIMER
106911 - DESCALE TIMER
106541 - INTMT BLOWDOWN TIMER
222231 - FILL VALVE
03459 - CONTACTOR ASSY
22221 - DRAIN VALVE
103731 - HI LIMIT SWITCH
107239 - PROBE
22218 - WATER SOLENOIDS
105966 - RELAY
107241 - WATER BOARD
41350 - BUZZER
44168 - TERMINAL BLOCK 2 POLE
108880 - DOOR SW ( SCS ) MAG
109380 - FUSE 3.5A 600V
109374 - FUSE BLOCK
P105972 K
Steamer won't
steam
PROBLEM:
21CET8
21CET16
21CEA10
Steamer won't
steam.
Is the red light
on?
Is there supply
voltage to the
primary of the
transformer?
No
No
Supply power to
the steamer.
No
Replace the
transformer.
Yes
Yes
See
STEAMER
WON'T FILL
No
Is there 115 VAC at
the secondary of
the transformer?
Is there water
in the sight
glass?
Yes
Yes
Replace the wires
to the water
board.
No
Is there 120 VAC
between terminals H
and N on the water
board?
Replace the on/off
rocker switch
Yes
Replace the
water board
With a
jumper between XL and
C on the water board, is
there 120 VAC between
N and Heat?
No
No
Is there 120 VAC
between terminals
N and Heat on the
water board?
Yes
Yes
Replace the wire
from the water
board to the long
probe.
No
Is
there debris on
the Long
probe?
Yes
Clean or replace
the probe assy.
Is there
115 VAC to the
common terminal of
the timed/manual
switch?
No
Replace the wires
to the switch.
Is there
115 VAC to the
high limit?
Yes
Does
the unit steam
in Manual
mode?
No
Does the
steamer have
the optional
door switch?
No
No
Replace the
wires to the
high limit.
Yes
No
Yes
Replace the
timer.
Yes
Does
steamer steam with
door switch
bypassed?
Is there 115
VAC leaving
the high limit?
No
Replace the
high limit.
Yes
Is there 115
VAC to the coil
of the
contactor?
No
Replace the
wires to the
contactor coil.
Yes
Yes
Adjust or replace
the door switch.
Is there an
amp draw at
the element?
Yes
Wait longer for the
steam. Heat from the
element will heat the
water to steam.
No
Replace the
element.
Steamer wont fill.
PROBLEM:
21CET8
21CET16
24CEA10
Steamer wont
fill
Yes
Is there supply
voltage to the
steamer?
No
Supply power to
the steamer.
Yes
Is there water
to the
steamer?
No
Supply cold water
to the steamer.
Yes
Is there 120 VAC
between the H and N
on the water board?
No
Replace the on/off
rocker switch.
Yes
Is there
120 VAC
between Fill and
N on the water
board?
No
Remove
the wire from the HI
terminal on the water
board. Is there 120 VAC
between Fill
and N?
No
Replace the water
board
Yes
Yes
Replace wiring to
the fill solenoid.
No
Is there
120 VAC across
the coil of the fill
solenoid?
Is there
debris on the
HI probe in the
probe assy?
Yes
Replace the fill
solenoid
No
Yes
Is
water leaving
the fill
solenoid?
Clean the probes
or replace the
probe assy.
Yes
Replace wiring to
drain valve.
No
Does
the steamer have
the optional
intermittent
blowdown timer?
No
Is there
120 VAC across
the coil of the
drain valve?
Yes
Yes
Replace the wiring
to the intermittent
blowdown timer.
No
Is
there 120 VAC
between terminals
2&3 on the timer?
Yes
Replace the
intermittent
blowdown timer.
Is water
draining from
the generator?
Yes
Replace the drain
valve.
No
If water is leaving
the fill solenoid
and not draining
from the generator
where is it going?
check for leaks..
No
Replace the wire
to the Hi probe.
PROBLEM:
21CET8, 21CET16, 24CEA10
Electronic timer displays "PAUS" and won't count down
Timer displays "paus"
and won't count down
Is steam heating
the cooking
cabinet above 192
degrees (the set
temp of the
thermo-switch)?
No
See
Steamer
won't steam
No
Replace the
electronic timer
Yes
Replace the
thermo-switch
Yes
Does the timer
count down when
the thermo-switch
is bypassed?
PROBLEM:
21CET8, 21CET16, 24CEA10
Steam leaks around the door.
Steam leaks
around the
door
Is COLD water
supplied to both
water lines to the
steamer?
No
Supply cold
water(35-60 psi) to
the steamer.
Yes
Is the door gasket
physically
damaged?
Yes
Turn over the
gasket or
replace it.
No
Is the door out of
alignment?
No
Is the drain
obstructed?
No
Is there 120 VAC
across the coil of
the condensate
solenoid?
Yes
Yes
Yes
Replace the
door bearings
and pins.
Remove the
obstruction
Is the solenoid
opening?
Yes
Replace the
condensate spray
nozzle
No
No
Replace the
wiring to the
condensate
solenoid.
Replace the
condensate
solenoid.
PROBLEM:
21CET8
21CET16
24CEA10
Steamer overfills.
(Water sprays into cooking
cabinet)
There is an
obstruction in the
drain. Remove the
obstruction.
Yes
Does
the rise in the water
level in the sight glass
stop when the cooking
cabinet door is
opened?
Steamer overfills
(Water sprays into the
cooking cabinet)
Start
Does
the water rise in the
sight glass when steam
is generated and 0 VAC
to the fill solenoid?
Yes
Yes
Does
the water level in the
sight glass stop at the
HI (short) probe on the
initial fill?
No
No
No
Replace the fill
solenoid
There is an
obstruction in the
generator causing
it to pressurize.
Delime the steam
generator
thoroughly.
There is an obstruction in
the plumbing to and from
the sight glass. Remove
the debris (delime
thoroughly).
Yes
Does
water spray in the
cabinet before the
water reaches the HI
(short) probe?
No
Replace the three
minute timer.
Remove the
wire from the Fill
terminal on the water
board. Is there 120 VAC
across the coil of the
fill
solenoid?
Yes
Yes
Is
there 120 VAC
across the coil of ;the
fill solenoid when the
HI (short) probe is
submerged?
No
No
Replace the water
level board.
Yes
With HI and C
terminals on the
water board jumped,
Is there 120 VAC
between terminals N
and Fill?
No
Clean or replace
the probe
assembly.
Yes
Is
there debris on
the HI (short)
probe?
No
Replace the wire
to the probe
assembly
Replace the fill
solenoid
PROBLEM:
21CET8
21CET16
24CEA10
Steamer won't stop steaming with
door open
Steamer won't
stop steaming
Is the
timed/manual switch
in the timed position
with no time on the
timer?
No
Steamer will steam
constantly in the
manual position. Put
the timed/manual
switch in the timed
position with no time on
the timer.
Yes
Does the steamer
have the optional
door switch?
No
Does steamer
continue to steam with
both wires removed
from terminal 1 on the
heat standby
timer?
Yes
Is there
120 VAC to the
coil of the
contacter?
Yes
No
Is
there an amp
draw at the
element?
Yes
Yes
No
Replace the timer.
Adjust or replace
the door switch .
Replace the
contactor
Replace the heat
standby timer.
Problem:
21CET8, 24CEA10
Steamer won't preheat
Steamer
won't
preheat
Is the
timed/manual
switch in the timed postion
with time on it or in the
manual
postion?
Yes
See Problem:
steamer won't
steam.
No
This steamer is
not equiped with a
preheat
thermostat. The
timed manual
switch must be in
manual or time
must be on the
timer.
No
When supply
voltage is removed
from the element
steam is still made
for approximately
10 seconds. This
is normal.
Descaling Procedure-SteamCraft Ultra and Gemini Series
How Much DISSOLVE to Use
Model
Dissolve
Ultra 3
1/2 Gallon
Ultra 5
1 Gallon
Ultra 10 (Elec.)
1 Gallon (ea.)
Ultra 10 (Gas)
1½ Gallon
Gemini 6 & 10
1 Gallon (ea.)
6. Let the descaler soak in generator for
approximately one hour:
7. After one hour, turn the unit power
Off: This will drain and rinse the generator
for about 3 minutes.
1. Turn the unit OFF and open the
doors:
This will drain and rinse the generator for about
3 minutes.
2. Turn the unit power back On:
The generator will begin to refill with water.
3. Select Timed with the Timed/Manual
switch:
DO NOT start the timer, since you do not want
to heat the water during descaling. Leave the
doors open.
4. Remove descaling port cap and add
with the specified amount of
DISSLOVE: (See chart above)
Do this while the unit is refilling. The generators
can take-up to 8 minutes to refill.
5.
After refill has stopped, add extra tap
water into the descaling port until
liquid is seen entering the cooking
cabinet. Note: Ultra 10 gas will have liquid
coming out of the drain,
Adding extra water when descaling will raise the
descaling solution higher than the normal fill level,
allowing the DISSOLVE to work on sensors and
surfaces above the water line
Note: Some SteamCraft Ultra models (the
electric powered Ultra 10 and Gemini 6 and 10,
for example) have two generators and two
descaling ports. Both units should be descaled
at the same time, using this procedure
8. After the 3-minute drain cycle
completes, turn the unit back ON. After
the filling has stopped, add water until
liquid enters the cooking compartment (or
drain for the ultra 10 gas), and then turn
the unit OFF. This will drain and flush any
residue from the water level control
assembly. Replace descaling cap.
9. After the 3 minute drain cycle
completes, Turn the unit ON and set
the Timer for 20 minutes: Make sure the
Time/Manual switch is in the timed setting
and the doors are closed.
10. When the timer times out (after 20
minutes) turn the power Off:
This will drain and rinse the generator for
about 3 minutes.
This ends the descaling procedure. You can
now turn the unit back on and resume normal
startup and cooking operations.