WAREFORCE® SERIES
DOOR TYPE DISHMACHINES
INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL
WAREFORCE I-E
WAREFORCE HH
October 06, 2015
P/N 07610-004-11-00 D
Jackson WWS, Inc.
P.O. Box 1060, Hwy 25E
Barbourville, KY USA
1.888.800.5672
www.jacksonwws.com
REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Letter
Revision
Date
Made By
Applicable
ECNs
A
01-27-14
MHH
8241
Release to production.
Removed pg 17. Updated part on pg 20.
Added 208 volt schematic on page 32.
Updated available electrical characteristics on pg. 4.
Updated Dimensions pg. 1
Updated part on pg. 29
Inserted note pertaining to corner installation pg. 2
Updated hood assembly on pg. 20
Added reed switch
Details
B
08-18-14
KAP
8305
C
08-26-15
KAP
N/A
Added Sleeve Hood Spacer to parts breakdown on pg. 20.
D
10-06-15
KAP
N/A
Inserted High Hood options throughout manual.
Updated tub assm. number on pg. 34
Updated stand pipe assm. number pg. 36
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NOMENCLATURE FOR THE MODELS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL
WAREFORCE I-E
Chemical sanitizing, single-rack, door type machine
WAREFORCE HH
Chemical sanitizing, single-rack, door type machine with higher hood.
Jackson WWS, INC provides technical support for all
of the dishmachines detailed in this manual. We strongly
recommend that you refer to this manual before making
a call to our technical support staff. Please have this
manual with you when you call so that our staff can refer
you, if necessary, to the proper page. Technical support is
not available on holidays. Contact technical support toll
free at 1-888-800-5672. Please remember that technical
support is available for service personnel only.
Model:
Serial No.:
Installation Date:
Service Rep. Name:
Phone Number:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS
Machine Dimensions...................................................................................................................1
Table Dimensions........................................................................................................................3
Operating Parameters.................................................................................................................4
Electrical Requirements..............................................................................................................5
INSTALLATION........................................................................................................................................
Instructions..................................................................................................................................6
False Panel Instructions............................................................................................................ 11
Operating Instructions...............................................................................................................13
Delime Instructions....................................................................................................................15
MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................................................................
Preventative Maintenance......................................................................................................... 16
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................... 17
Solenoid Valve Instructions....................................................................................................... 18
PARTS......................................................................................................................................................
Control Box Components..........................................................................................................19
Chemical Feeder Pump Components.......................................................................................24
Hood Assembly.........................................................................................................................26
Door Assembly..........................................................................................................................28
Wash Arm Assembly..................................................................................................................32
Wash Manifold Assembly..........................................................................................................33
Tub Assembly............................................................................................................................34
Wash Sump Assembly...............................................................................................................35
Spillway Assembly.....................................................................................................................36
Pump & Motor Assembly...........................................................................................................37
Frame Assembly........................................................................................................................38
Miscellaneous............................................................................................................................39
SCHEMATICS
Electrical Schematics................................................................................................................41
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SPECIFICATIONS
WAREFORCE I-E MACHINE DIMENSIONS
1 (25 mm)
13 1/4 (337 mm)
29 1/2 (750 mm)
ALL VERTICAL DIMENSIONS ARE
+/- 1 2" FROM FLOOR
W
E1
30 3/8 (772 mm)
6 (152 mm)
6 3/4 (171 mm)
78 (1981 mm)
WITH DOORS
OPEN
DET
SAN
RA
17 1/4 (438 mm)
65 (1649 mm)
56 7/8 (1444 mm)
33 1/2 (852 mm)
29 1/2 (74 9 mm)
D
2 1/2 (63 mm)
E1
MAIN ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (1.125” DIA HOLE)
(Located on back of control box)
W
MAIN INLET WATER CONNECTION (½ NPT-F)
D
DRAIN CONNECTION (2” NPT-F)
DET
DETERGENT BULKHEAD ACCESS (.875” DIA HOLE)
SAN**
SANITIZER INLET
1
RA
RINSE AND INLET
CP
N/A
S*
N/A
C*
N/A
VI
N/A
V2
N/A
9 3/4 (248 mm)
13 (330 mm)
331 2 in
[853 mm]
291 2 in
[748 mm]
SPECIFICATIONS
WAREFORCE HH MACHINE DIMENSIONS
4 in
[102 mm]
MINIMUM
21 2 in
[63 mm]
93 4 in
[248 mm]
13 in
[328 mm]
1 in
[24 mm]
CONSERVER XL-E HH
4 in
[102 mm] E1
MINIMUM
63 4 in
[174 mm]
E1
63 4 in
[174 mm]
291 4 in
[743 mm]
53 4 in
[146 mm]
31 in
131 4 in [787 mm]
[339 mm]
CONSERVER XL-E HH
291 4 in
[743 mm]
53 4 in
[146 mm]
W
241 2 in
[620 mm]
67 4 in
[1721 mm]
241 2 in
[620 mm]
331 2 in
[853 mm]
DET
SAN**
76 in
[1928 mm]
1
2 in
291 2
2 in
mm]
[748[63
mm]
[102
MAIN INLET WATER CONNECTION
(½ mm]
NPT-F)
DRAIN CONNECTION (2” NPT-F) MINIMUM
93 4 in
[248 mm]
13 in
[328 mm]
1 in
[24 mm]
MAIN ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (1.125” DIA HOLE)
(Located on back of control box) 4 in
21 2 in
[63 mm]
RA
CP
S*
C*
1 in
31 in
BULKHEAD ACCESS (.875” DIA [24
HOLE)
1mm][787 mm]
4DETERGENT
in
VI
13 4 in
SANITIZER
[102
mm] INLET
[339 mm]
V2
MINIMUM
4 in
[102 mm]
MINIMUM
791 2 in
[2019 mm]
DOORS OPEN
291DET
2 in
SAN
67 4 in [748
RAmm]
[1721 mm]
4 in
[102 mm]
MINIMUM
D
76 in
[1928 mm]
3
331 2 in
[853 mm]
W
791 2 in
[2019 mm]
DOORS OPEN
DET
SAN
RA
3
E1
W
31 in
131 4 in [787 2mm]
[339 mm]
RINSE AND INLET
13 in
N/A
[328
mm]
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
93 4 in
[248 mm]
SPECIFICATIONS
TABLE DIMENSIONS
NOTE: Please remove the front dress panel from the dishmachine if mounting dishmachine for a
corner installation and attaching side tables. Corner installation will trap panel making it difficult to
remove.
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INSTALLATION
OPERATING PARAMETERS
Model Designation:
WAREFORCE I-E
WAREFORCE HH
Operating Capacity:
Racks per Hour
Dishes per Hour
Glasses per Hour
39
624
1404
39
624
1404
1.03 (40.2 GPH)
1.61 (62.8 GPH)
3/4
3/4
Tank Capacity (Gallons):
Wash Tank
Electrical Loads (as applicable):
Wash Motor HP
NOTE: Always refer to the machine data plate for specific electrical and water requirements.
The material provided on this page is for reference only and is subject to change without notice.
CHEMICAL SANITIZING
Water Temperatures (Fahrenheit/Celsius):
Minimum Wash Temperature
120/49
120/49
Minimum Rinse Temperature120/49
120/49
Incoming Water Temperature120/49
120/49
Other Water Requirements:
Water Flow Pressure (PSI)15
20
Flow Rate Minimum (GPM)6.18
9.66
1/2”
1/2”
2”
2”
Minimum Chlorine Required (PPM)
50
50
Water Line Size (NPT)
Drain Line Size (NPT)
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INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
WAREFORCE I-E
Volts
Phase
Freq
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
Wash
Heater
Pumps
FLA
MCA
MOP
115
1
60
11.4
N/A
N/A
11.4
14.3
25.7
Note 1: MCA (Minimum Circuit Ampacity) = 125% x Largest Motor + FLA of all other motors + all other loads.
Note 2: MOP (Maximum Overcurrent Protective Device) = 225% x Largest Motor + FLA of all other motors + all other loads.
Note 3: All electrical ratings provided in this manual are for reference only. Always refer to the machine data plate to get the
exact electrical information for your machine. All electrical work performed on machines should be done in accordance with
applicable local, state, territorial and national codes. Work should only be performed by qualified electricians and authorized
service agents. A list of authorized service agencies is located in the back of this manual.
Note that all electrical wiring used in the dishmachine must be rated, at a minimum, for 100°C (212°F). Furthermore, use
copper conductors only.
Where applicable, heating element amperage draws have been adjusted for the assumed input voltage. Jackson assumes
incoming voltages will be either 115, 208, 230 or 460 volts. Some of the heating elements used in our machines are actually
rated for other voltages, such as 240 or 480 volts. Always verify the amperage draw of the machine in operation when sizing
circuit protection.
The electrical configurations of the machines are as follows:
Available Electrical Characteristics:
• 115 volt, 60 Hz, single phase
• 115 volt, 50 Hz, single phase
• 230 volt, 60 Hz, single phase
• 220 volt, 60 Hz, single phase
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
VISUAL INSPECTION: Before installing the unit, check the container and the machine for damage. A damaged container
may be an indication there is possible damage to the product. If there is any type of damage to both the container and the unit,
DO NOT THROW AWAY THE CONTAINER. The dishmachine has been previously inspected at the factory and is expected
to arrive to you in new, undamaged condition. However, rough handling by carriers or others may result in damage to the unit
while it is in transit. If such a situation occurs, DO NOT RETURN THE UNIT TO THE MANUFACTURER. Instead, contact the
carrier and ask them to send a representative to the site to inspect the damage. You should request that an inspection report be
completed. You must contact the carrier within 48 hours of receiving the machine in order to report possible freight damage. You
are also encouraged to contact the dealer through which you purchased the unit.
UNPACKING THE MACHINE: The machine should be unboxed and removed from the pallet prior to installing. Open the front
door and remove all of the materials from the inside. Once unpacked, verify there are no missing parts. If you discover a part is
missing, contact Jackson immediately.
LEVEL THE DISHMACHINE: The dishmachine is designed to operate while level. This is important to prevent any damage
to the machine during operation and to ensure the best results possible. The unit comes equipped with adjustable bullet feet,
which can be turned using a pair of pliers. Verify the unit is level from front to back and side to side prior to making any electrical
or plumbing connections.
PLUMBING THE MACHINE: All plumbing connections must be made to adhere to local, state, territorial and national codes.
The installing plumber is responsible for ensuring the incoming water lines are flushed of debris prior to connecting to the
machine. Note that chips and materials from cutting processes can become lodged in the solenoid valves and prevent them
from opening or closing. Any valves that are found to be fouled or defective because of foreign matter left in the water line, and
any subsequent water damage, are not the responsibility of the manufacturer.
Water hardness should be a maximum of 6 grains per gallon. Hard water should be treated prior to being used by the machine.
Iron in the water line can cause staining. A filter designed to remove iron from the water supply is highly recommended for
supplies in excess of 0.1 ppm.
The water supply line shall be ½” NPT minimum and must be able to provide water at the minimum temperature indicated on
the machine data plate.
The unit utilizes a flow pressure of 15 PSI for the incoming water line. Do not confuse static pressure with flow pressure. Static
pressure is the pressure present when there is no flow and the valves are closed; flow pressure is present when the water is
running into the machine. In areas where pressure fluctuates or is greater than the recommended pressure, it is suggested that
a water pressure regulator valve be installed.
It is recommended that a shut-off valve be installed to allow isolating the dishmachine from the water system in the event that
maintenance or other activities are required. Also, it is suggested that a shock absorber (not supplied with dishmachine) be
installed on the incoming water line. This prevents water hammer (hydraulic shock)—induced by the solenoid valve as it
operates—from causing damage to the equipment.
CONNECTING THE DRAIN LINE: The drain for the unit is a gravity discharge drain. All piping to the machine drain must be a
minimum 2” NPT AND SHALL NOT BE REDUCED. There must also be an air gap between the machine drain line and the floor
sink or drain. If a grease trap is required by code, it should have a flow capacity of 5 gallons.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
ELECTRICAL POWER CONNECTIONS: All electrical connections are to be made in accordance with applicable portions
of local, state, territorial and national codes.
DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLIES AND TAG OUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROPRIATE PROCEDURES
AND CODES AT THE DISCONNECT SWITCH TO INDICATE YOU ARE WORKING ON THAT CIRCUIT.
This manual provides reference information regarding electrical requirements and loads, but that information may change
without notice. Always refer to the machine data plate for voltage requirements, machine voltage, total amperage load and
serial number. If you cannot read your data plate because it has been damaged, you should contact the manufacturer.
The main power terminal blocks (for the dishmachine and for the rinse booster heater, if applicable) are located at the top
of the machine. You will have to remove the top cover to access these connections. Route incoming power lines within
conduit that will connect via fittings to the pre-punched holes in the back of the Control Box. Install power and ground
wires to lugs as indicated by the appropriate decals in the control box. Use copper conductors only. Use of an anti-oxidation
agent is permissible on the power connections. Tighten all connections.
Verify the incoming voltage matches the voltage indicated on the decal next to the incoming power pre-punched hole.
DISHMACHINE VENTILATION: The dishmachine should be located into an adequate exhaust hood or ventilation system
with provisions for venting. This is essential to permit efficient removal of the condensation exhaust. Ensure the exhaust
system is acceptable in accordance with applicable codes and standards.
Note: Any damage that is caused by steam and/or moisture due to improper ventilation is NOT covered under the warranty.
The dishmachine has the following ventilation requirements: 200 CFM
The exhaust system must be sized to handle this volume for the dishmachine to operate in the manner it was designed.
THERMOSTATS: The thermostats on your unit have been set at the factory for the wash tank. They should only be
adjusted by an authorized service agent.
TO PREPARE CHEMICAL PUMPS FOR OPERATION: The Wareforce I-E dishmachine is supplied with detergent, rinse
additive and sanitizer-dispensing chemical feeder pumps. Locate the open ends of the chemical tubes with the tube stiffeners and place each one in the appropriate container.
A. Red Tubing = Detergent
B. Blue Tubing = Rinse Aid
C. White Tubing = Sanitizer
PRIMING CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMPS: Chemical feeder pumps need priming when the machine is first installed or if
the chemical lines have been removed and air is allowed to enter.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: Water must be in the sump and wash tank prior to the dispensing of chemicals. Sanitizer in concentration
is caustic and may cause damage without dilution.
1. Verify that the proper chemical tube stiffener inlet is in the proper container.
2. Use the toggle switches on the front of the control box to prime each pump. There are 3 switches mounted by the peristaltic
pumps. One will prime the sanitizer pump only, the second will prime the detergent and the third will prime the rinse aid pump.
3. To prime the pumps, hold the switch in the momentary position until the chemical can be observed entering the sump.
4. Detergent is dispensed as required by the timer during the wash cycle. The amount of detergent may need to be
increased or decreased depending on water quality and type of detergent.
5. Rinse additive is dispensed as required into the final rinse. The amount of rinse aid may need to be adjusted
depending on water hardness and results.
6. Sanitizer is dispensed into the final rinse. The amount of sanitizer may need to be adjusted depending on the
concentration and type of sanitizer used.
7. Please refer to the next page for instruction on adjusting the chemical feeder pumps on the CAM timer.
WARNING: Some of the chemicals used in dishwashing may cause chemical burns if they come in contact with
your skin. Wear protective gear when handling these chemicals. If you do come in contact with these chemicals,
immediately flush the affected area with fresh water. Always refer to the chemical agent packaging for safe
handling and first-aid instructions.
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INSTALLATION
CAM TIMER OPERATION
The WAREFORCE I-E Series CAM timer is a 1 minute, 30 second, 8-CAM timer (CAM 8 is a spare) that controls the operation
of the dishmachine. The following is a description of the set points for each CAM and the function of each switch.
CAM 1 is a cut CAM with a single notch that serves as the cycle/reset control.
FUNCTION: When the machine is in the operation mode the notch is in the home position. The machine will remain idle
until the door is opened, then CAM 1 moves to the start position and holds until the door is closed. The closing of the door
will start the next cycle. The CAM will rotate a complete cycle and return to the home position and hold.
CAM 2 is a cut CAM that provides the wash cycle timing.
FUNCTION: The wash CAM works off the normally open contacts of CAM 2. This requires the microswitch be held closed
by the CAM. It will close and energize the wash pump 2 seconds after the cycle switch is activated. The pump will operate
through the wash cycle (40 seconds) then shut down for the dwell period (20 seconds). As the CAM rotates it energizes
the pump for the rinse cycle (25 seconds). When CAM 1 reaches its home position it will de-energize CAM 2, shutting
down the wash pump.
NOTE: The last 6 CAMS are adjustable. The following instructions will require that the timer position have the
CAMs to the front and the motor to the left.
CAM 3 is an adjustable CAM that controls the drain valve.
FUNCTION: The drain solenoid works off the normally closed contacts of CAM 3. When the cycle is initiated, the microswitch
will be held open until it is allowed to drop into the notch of the CAM. This energizes the drain solenoid which then drains
the machine. After a 12 second delay the CAM reverses the microswitch, de-energizing the drain solenoid. This CAM may
require adjusting due to varying water pressure. The drain solenoid must remain open long enough to remove whatever
water the fill valve solenoid allows in the machine. This could vary due to the water supply line pressure.
SETTINGS: The right side of CAM 3 must be set to pick up the microswitch just before the wash/rinse cycle CAM switch
drops. It will hold the drain solenoid open to drain all the water in the tank from the unit during the dwell period. Any adjustment
made to the drain should be made to the left side of CAM 3. The CAM must be moved back into the wash time until all of
the water is drained from the machine.
CAM 4 is an adjustable CAM that controls the fill valve and the amount of water used.
FUNCTION: The fill valve CAM works off the normally closed contacts of CAM 4. This requires the microswitch to be held
open by the CAM and allowed to drop into the notch to operate the fill valve. This energizes the fill solenoid which opens to start
filling the machine with fresh water. After a 10 second delay the CAM reverses the microswitch, de-energizing the fill solenoid.
The fill CAM may require adjustment due to varying water pressure. The fill solenoid must remain open a sufficient length
of time to fill the machine to the correct level.
SETTINGS: The right side of CAM 4 must be set to allow the microswitch to drop 2 seconds before the drain solenoid
is de-energized to ensure the detergent residue is flushed from the unit. It will hold the fill solenoid open until the CAM
switch arm is raised. At that time the fill solenoid is de-energized, shutting off the incoming water. The tub will be filled to
the correct level. Any adjustment made to the timing of the fill solenoid should be made with the left side of CAM 4. To
increase the water level, open the notch of the CAM; to decrease, the notch should be closed.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
CAM 5 is an adjustable CAM that controls the sanitizer pump.
FUNCTION: The sanitizer pump CAM works off the naturally closed contacts of CAM 5. This requires the microswitch to
be held open by the CAM and allowed to drop into the notch to operate the pump. The time that the sanitizer pump will
remain energized must be determined in the field to suit water conditions and the chemical used.
SETTINGS: The left side of CAM 5 must be set to allow the microswitch to drop in past the starting point of the fill CAM
and after the drain solenoid has closed. The adjustment for sanitizer volume must be made with the right side of the CAM.
To increase the volume the notch should be increased. To decrease, the notch should be closed slightly in increments until
the correct level is reached.
CAM 6 is an adjustable CAM that controls the detergent pump.
FUNCTION: The detergent pump CAM works off the normally closed contacts of CAM 6. This requires the microswitch to
be held open by the CAM and allowed to drop into the notch to operate the pump. The time that the detergent pump will
remain energized must be determined in the field to suit water conditions and the chemical used.
SETTINGS: The left side of CAM 6 must be set to drop in past the starting point of the wash pump CAM. The adjustment
for detergent volume must be made with the right side of the CAM. To increase the volume, the notch should be increased.
To decrease, the notch should be closed slightly in increments until the correct level is reached.
CAM 7 is an adjustable CAM that controls the rinse aid pump.
FUNCTION: The rinse aid pump CAM works off the normally closed contacts of CAM 7. This requires the microswitch to
be held open by the CAM and allowed to drop into the notch to operate the pump. The time that the rinse aid pump will
remain energized must be determined in the field to suit water conditions and the chemical used.
SETTINGS: The left side of CAM 7 must be set to drop in past the starting point of the fill CAM after the drain solenoid
has closed. The adjustment for rinse aid volume must be made with the right side of the CAM. To increase the volume
the notch should be increased. To decrease, the notch should be closed slightly in increments until the correct level is
reached.
CAM 8 is a spare.
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INSTALLATION
WAREFORCE I-E FALSE PANEL INSTRUCTIONS
Rack rail removed and repositioned
for a corner operation
False Panel Weldment
05700-002-51-66
False Panel Kit
05700-003-12-93
False panel positioned in unit
Insert this side first
1. Loosen the rack assembly from the unit.
2. False panel will mount to the rack inside the
dishmachine.
3. Position panel in unit on side to be closed.
4. Hold panel against side of dishmachine and push up.
5. Panel will clip inside the unit under the edge of the hood.
6. Holes in false panel will line up with rack assembly
holes.
7. Re-install screws for rack assembly which will secure
false panel to unit.
8. Re-assemble the rack track in an “L” shape for a
corner operation.
Bottom of side panel
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INSTALLATION
WAREFORCE HH FALSE PANEL INSTRUCTIONS
Rack rail removed and
repositioned for a
corner operation.
False panel positioned in unit
1. Remove the rack assembly from the dishmachine.
2. The false panel will mount inside of the dishmachine.
3. Position the panel in the dishmachine on the side to be closed.
4. Hold the panel against the side of the dishmachine and push upward.
5. The panel will clip in at the top, inside of the unit.
6. The holes in the false panel will line up with the rack assembly holes.
7. Reinstall the screws for the rack assembly which will secure
the false panel to the unit.
8. Reassemble the rack track in an "L" shape for a corner operation.
INSTALLATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARATION: Before proceeding with the start-up of the unit, verify the following:
• The sump strainer is in place and is clean.
• The drain stopper is installed.
• The strainers are installed.
POWER UP: To place the unit in standby, press the START button on the front of the machine.
FILLING THE WASH TUB: For the initial fill, close doors and depress and hold the OFF/ON/FILL rocker switch in the
FILL position for approximately 8-10 seconds. Open the doors and verify that the water level is correct. Water must be
between two lines on drain stopper pipe. Hereafter, the water level is controlled by the timer that has been preset at the
factory. Verify that the drain stopper is preventing the wash tub water from pouring out excessively. There may be some
slight leakage from the drain hole. Verify that there are no other leaks on the unit before proceeding any further. The wash
tub must be completely filled before operating the wash pump to prevent damage to the component. Once the wash tub is
filled, the unit is ready for operation.
The water level is controlled by the timer that has been preset at the factory.
To increase or decrease the water level, close the door and turn the power circuit breaker on. Open and close the door to
run a cycle, then check the water level. Adjust as necessary and close the control box cover. The machine runs a complete
cycle to drain and fill. If the machine is not allowed to drain, the water will build up inside the tub. After the initial fill, the
rinse water for the current cycle will become the wash water for the next cycle.
FIRST RACK: The first rack of ware that you place into the unit usually has the effect of very quickly reducing the
temperature of the wash tank. This is because you are introducing cold materials into the dishmachine environment and
the unit has to circulate water to activate the heating cycle. You may have to run the first rack through the unit again. Any
time the unit has not been operated for an extended period of time this is possible, but unlikely. This is usually dependent
on the type of ware you are using, its temperature and the ambient temperature of the kitchen area. To ensure proper
operation, always observe the temperatures of the wash and rinse when first starting the unit.
WARE PREPARATION: Proper preparation of ware is essential for the smooth, efficient operation of your dishmachine.
If done properly, you can expect to have fewer re-washes and use substantially less detergent. Any ware placed inside
the machine should have all solid food waste and scraps removed. It is recommended that ware also be sprayed down
prior to entry into the dishmachine.
Place cups and glasses upside down in racks so they do not hold water during the cycle. Presoak flatware in warm water
to assist in removing food. Load plates and saucers in the same direction, with the food surface facing the unload end of
the machine.
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INSTALLATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
WASHING A RACK OF WARE: To wash a rack, open the doors completely (beware of hot water dripping from the doors)
and slide the rack into the unit. Close the doors and the unit will start automatically. Once the cycle is completed, open the
door (again careful of the dripping hot water) and remove the rack of clean ware. Replace with a rack of soiled ware and
close the doors. The process will then repeat itself.
OPERATIONAL INSPECTIONS: Based upon usage, the pan strainer may become clogged with soil and debris as the
workday progresses. Operators should regularly inspect the pan strainer to ensure it has not become clogged. If the
strainer becomes clogged, it will reduce the washing capability of the machine. Instruct operators to clean out the pan
strainer at regular intervals or as required by work load.
SHUTDOWN AND CLEANING: At the end of the workday, close the doors. When the unit completes the cycle, turn the
power switch to the OFF position and open the doors. Manually remove the drain stopper from the tub and allow the tub
to drain (CAUTION: Wash tank water will be hot!). Once the wash tub is drained, remove the pan strainer and the pump
suction strainer. Remove soil and debris from the strainer and set to the side. Unscrew the wash and rinse arms from
their manifolds. Remove the endcaps and flush the arms with water. Use a brush to clean out the inside of the arms. If the
nozzles appear to be clogged, use a toothpick to remove the obstruction. Wipe the inside of the unit out, removing all soil
and scraps. Reassemble the wash and rinse arms and replace them in the unit. The arms only need to be hand tight, do
not use tools to tighten them down. Reinstall the strainers and close the doors.
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INSTALLATION
DELIME INSTRUCTIONS
To proceed with the delime operation, fill the dishmachine with the correct amount of delime solution as recommended by the
manufacturer of the chemicals. The tank capacities of the machine can be found in the Specifications section of this manual.
After the chemicals are added, perform the following steps:
1. Flip the NORMAL/DELIME Toggle Switch to DELIME. (NOTE: The Delime Swich is located on the
back of the control box)
2. Disconnect or turn off chemical feeder pumps.
3. Close all doors.
4. Press the Power Switch and run the machine for the length of time required by the chemical
solution manufacturer.
5. Press the Power Switch to shut the unit off.
6. Open the door and step away for 5 minutes.
7. Inspect the inside of the unit to determine if your expectations have been met. If not, you may need
to run the delime solution through the unit for more time.
8. Once clean, drain the machine completely.
9. Close the door.
10. Refill the unit.
11. Press the Power Switch and run the unit in Manual for 10 minutes.
12. Press the Power Switch to turn off the unit.
13. Open the front door.
14. Drain the unit.
15. Flip the NORMAL/DELIME Switch to NORMAL.
16. Your machine is ready to use.
This equipment is not recommended for use with deionized water or other aggressive fluids.
Use of deionized water or other aggressive fluids will result in corrosion and failure of materials and
components. Use of deionized water or other aggressive fluids will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
15
MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
The dishmachine covered in this manual is designed to operate with a minimum of interaction with the operator. However,
this does not mean that some items will not wear out in time. Jackson highly recommends that any maintenance and repairs
not specifically discussed in this manual should be performed by QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. Performing
maintenance on your dishmachine may void your warranty if it is still in effect.
There are many things that operators can do to prevent catastrophic damage to the dishmachine. One of the major causes
of component failure involves pre-scrapping procedures. A dishmachine is not a garbage disposal; any large pieces of material
that are put into the machine shall remain in the machine until they are either broken up (after spreading out on your ware!) or
physically removed. Strainers are installed to help catch debris, but they do no good if they are clogged. Have operators regularly
inspect the pan strainers to ensure (1) that they are free of soil and debris and (2) they are laying flat in the tub.
When cleaning out strainers, do NOT beat them on waste cans. The strainers are made of metal but once severe damage
is done, it will not work properly. Wipe out strainers with a rag and rinse under a faucet if necessary. For stubborn debris, a
toothpick can be used to dislodge any obstructions from the perforations. Always ensure that strainers are placed back in the
machine before operation and that they lay flat in the tub.
Refer to the section titled "Plumbing the Machine" (page 5) to learn more about how your water hardness will effect the
performance of your machine. Hard water makes dishmachines work harder and decreases efficiency.
Again, it is important to remind operators that attempting corrective maintenance on the dishmachine could lead to larger
problems or even cause harm to the operator. If a problem is discovered, secure the dishmachine using proper shut down
procedures as listed in this manual and contact a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY.
Some problems may not begin with the machine. One common problem occurs when temperatures are too low. Verify that
the water temperatures coming to your dishmachine match the requirements listed on the machine data plate. There can be a
variety of reasons why your water temperature is too low and you should discuss it with a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY to
determine what can be done.
By following the operating and cleaning instructions in this manual, you should get the most efficient results from your machine.
As a reminder, here are some steps to ensure that you are using the dishmachine the way it was designed to work:
1. Ensure that the water temperatures match those listed on the machine data plate.
2. Ensure that all strainers are in place before operating the machine.
3. Ensure that all wash and/or rinse arms are secure in the machine before operating.
4. Ensure that drains are closed/sealed before operating.
5. Remove as much soil as possible from dishes before loading into racks.
6. Do not overfill racks.
7. Ensure that glasses are placed upside down in the rack.
8. Ensure that all chemicals being injected into machine have been verified as being at the correct concentrations.
9. Clean out the machine at the end of every workday as per the instructions in the manual.
10. Always contact a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY whenever a serious problem arises.
11. Follow all safety procedures, whether listed in this manual or put forth by local, state or national codes/regulations.
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MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Dishmachine will not run,
no voltage at wash relay
terminals L1 and T1.
1. Service disconnect switch
off or faulty.
1. Turn disconnect on.
2. Branch circuit breaker
tripped/fuse blown.
2. Reset or replace.
3. Loose or broken connection
to dishmachine.
3. Tighten or replace connections.
1. Door switch is defective.
1. With door open, check for voltage between
ORANGE/WHITE door switch and neutral.
If 120V, replace the door switch.
2. Faulty OFF/ON/FILL switch.
2. With switch ON, check voltage between BLACK
and WHITE/BLACK ON switch. Replace the
switch if 120V.
3. Faulty NORMAL/DELIME
switch.
3. In the NORMAL position, check the voltage between
WHITE/BLACK and WHITE/RED wires to switch.
If 120V, replace the switch.
Water inlet solenoid valve
allowing water into machine.
1. Check water pressure during fill, pressure must
be 15 psi.
Machine will not run in “ON”
position or in
Delime mode.
Machine fills continuously
even with no power
applied to the machine.
2. Repair or replace water inlet solenoid valve.
(See instructions on servicing solenoid valve, pg. 17.)
Dishmachine runs
continuously in the
wash cycle.
1. Machine is in Delime mode.
Dishmachine will not
hold water.
1. Faulty drain ball.
1. Replace drain ball.
2. Obstructed drain hole.
2. Clear obstruction from drain.
3. Drain linkage is binding.
3. Repair damaged drain mechanism parts.
1. Y-strainer clogged.
1. Clean strainer screen.
2. Incoming water to unit is
turned off.
2. Turn on water to the machine.
3. Faulty OFF/ON/FILL switch.
3. Depress switch, measure between BLACK and
WHITE/GREEN wire. If 120V, replace switch.
4. Faulty solenoid coil.
4. If coil has voltage but no continuity, replace solenoid.
Dishmachine will not fill, other
functions work.
1. Flip NORMAL/DELIME switch to NORMAL mode.
2. Possible issue with CAM timer. 2. Contact Jackson Technical Service.
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MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Dishmachine fills slowly and/
or the rinse is weak.
1. Clogged or obstructed
rinse arms.
1. Remove and clean the rinse arms.
2. Low incoming water pressure.
2. Adjust the water pressure regulator to ensure that
there is 15 psi water flow pressure.
3. Y-strainer is clogged.
3. Clean out the Y-strainer.
1. Improper spring tension.
1. Adjust spring tension as required by loosening
(not removing) spring bolt nuts and adjusting the
tension. Tighten nuts when done.
2. Obstruction in door channel.
2. Remove the obstruction.
1. Wash pump seal is defective.
1. Replace wash pump seal.
Doors will not close
completely.
Water leaks at wash pump.
2. Petcock or pump drain leaking. 2. Close shut or tighten.
Dishes are not coming clean.
1. Machine temperatures are not 1. Verify that incoming water temperature meets
up to the minimum requirements.
requirements listed on the machine data plate.
2. No detergent/too much
detergent.
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2. Adjust detergent concentration as required for the
amount of water held by the machine. (It is
recommended the chemical provider be contacted
before making any changes.)
PARTS
WAREFORCE I-E CONTROL BOX COMPONENTS
4
5
8
4
2
1
3
11
9
10
7
19
20
21
20
17
9
9
15
18
16
12
14
13
31
22
30
23
25
26
29
28
19
27
24
PARTS
WAREFORCE I-E CONTROL BOX COMPONENTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Control Box Assembly
05700-003-81-49
2
1
Decal, Warning–Disconnect Power
09905-100-75-93
3
1
Upper Decal, WAREFORCE I-E
09905-004-00-07
4
2
Peri Pump, 36 RPM
05700-003-25-02
5
1
Peri Pump, 14 RPM
05700-003-25-03
7
18
Lock Nut, 10-24 S/S Hex w/Nylon Insert
05310-373-01-00
8
1
Decal, Copper Conductors
09905-011-47-35
9
3
Light, Red
05945-504-07-18
10
1
Light, Green
05954-504-08-18
11
3
Switch, Prime
05930-011-49-54
12
6
Screw, 6-32 x ⅜ w/Washer
05305-002-25-91
13
6
P Clamp
05975-002-61-42
14
11
Lock Nut, 6-32 Hex w/Nylon Insert
05310-373-03-00
15
1
Gauge, Thermometer
06685-111-68-49
16
1
Cycle Counter, 115V
05990-111-35-38
17
2
Screw, 4-40 x ¼ Phillips Pan Head w/Washer
05305-002-32-38
18
1
Switch, Power
05930-111-38-79
19
1
Timer, WAREFORCE I-E 90S 115V
05945-004-11-78
20
2
Chemical Feeder Pump Kit Assembly, 36 RPM w/Motor
05700-003-25-02
21
1
Chemical Feeder Pump Kit Assembly, 14 RPM w/Motor
05700-003-25-03
22
1
Lug, Ground
05940-200-76-00
23
1
Decal, Power Connection
09905-011-47-64
24
1
Terminal Block
05940-500-09-61
25
1
Terminal Board
05940-021-94-85
26
1
Contactor, 115V, 30A
05945-109-05-69
27
1
Bushing, Heyco Split
05975-200-40-00
28
2
Fitting, ½”, 45 degree, Plastic
05975-011-45-23
29
1
Fitting, ½", Plastic
05975-011-45-13
30
1
Switch, Delime
05930-301-21-18
31
1
Relay, Pole
05945-111-35-19
1
Lock, Control Box (NOT SHOWN)
05340-102-01-00
20
PARTS
WAREFORCE HH CONTROL BOX COMPONENTS
30
26 (3 PLC'S)
36
2 (3 PLC'S)
35
37
13
(4 PLC'S)
(2 PLC'S)
24
14
34
8
10
32
3
13
5
12
6
11
13
A
(2 PLC'S)
23
(4 PLC'S)
21
28
14 (2 PLC'S)
38
27
20
39
31
(2 PLC'S)
25
(2 PLC'S)
13
19
(4 PLC'S)
13
(3 PLC'S)
14
9
(2 PLC'S)
58
29
59
16
22
15
HOUSING
COVER AND SCREWS
4
1
13
(4 PLC'S)
18
7
33(6 PLC'S)
22
REMOVE COVER FROM PUMP AND
(ATTACH THE 8-32 FLAT HEAD SCREW)
TO PUMP MOTOR INSIDE CONTROL BOX
PUMP INSTALLATION
DETAIL
21
14 (6 PLC'S)
DETAIL A
(2 PLC'S)
PARTS
WAREFORCE I-E CONTROL BOX COMPONENTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
High Hood Control Box Complete Assembly
05700-004-27-25
1
Control Box Weldment
05700-003-81-49
2
Light, Red
05945-504-07-18
3
Light, Green
05945-504-08-18
4
Switch, Carling
05930-301-21-18
5
Counter, 115V Plastic
05990-111-35-38
6
Screw, 4-40 x ¼ Phillips Pan Head w/Washer
05305-002-32-38
7
Peri Pump, 14 RPM
05700-003-25-03
8
Block, Altech Terminal
05940-500-09-61
9
Contactor, 2 PO 110V
05945-109-05-69
10
Terminal Board
05940-021-94-85
11
Lug, Panduit Ground
05940-200-76-00
12
Spacer, Terminal Block
05700-011-40-05
13
Nut, Lock 10-24 S/S Hex w/ Nylon Insert
05310-373-01-00
14
Nut, Lock 6-32 Hex/ Nylon Insert
05310-373-03-00
15
FT'G, T&B 1/2" Str Plastic
05975-011-45-13
16
FT'G.,T&B LT541 1/2"45Deg Plastic
05975-011-45-23
17
Decal, Copper Conductors
09905-011-47-35
18
Decal, Delime/Normal
09905-011-34-96
19
Grommet, 7/8 Split Helco
05975-200-40-00
20
Grommet, 1/2 O.D. X .38 I.D.
05325-011-46-73
21
Decal, Power Connection
09905-011-47-64
22
Peri Pump, 36 RPM
05700-003-25-02
23
Switch, Carling
05930-111-38-79
24
Lock, Control Box
05340-102-01-00
25
Switch, Pressure
06685-003-36-13
26
Switch, Prime
05930-011-49-54
27
Decal, Lower Control
09905-004-21-08
28
Bracket, Timer Mounting
05700-004-08-77
29
Relay, Pole
09905-004-00-07
30
Upper Decal
05700-004-27-26
31
Bracket, Pressure Switch
05700-004-08-99
22
PARTS
WAREFORCE HH CONTROL BOX COMPONENTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
32
Decal, Wash/Rinse
09905-002-82-46
33
P Clamp 1/4 I.D.
05975-002-61-42
34
Therometer
06685-111-68-49
35
Timer, WAREFORCE HH
05945-111-35-32
36
Decal, Timer Cam Operation
09905-011-37-21
37
Screw, 6-32 X 3/8 SEMS w/ Ext Wash
05305-002-25-91
38
Plug, 2643 1/3" Heyco Hole
04730-011-60-22
39
Label, Disconnect Power Warning
09905-004-08-16
40
Conduit, 1/2 X 80" LG
05700-002-00-24
41
Conduit, Solenoid to Connection B
05700-002-45-80
42
Tube, Red 1/4 X 14/5 Polyethlene
05700-003-33-59
43
Tube, 1/4 X 15 Polyethlene Clear
05700-011-63-17
44
Tube, 1/4 X 120 Blue
05700-011-37-17
45
Tube, 1/4 X 120 Red
05700-011-37-15
46
Tube, 1/4 X 80 White
05700-011-37-13
47
Tube, 1/4 X 80 Blue
05700-011-37-16
48
Tube, 1/4 X 80 Red
05700-011-37-14
49
Tube, 1/4 X 80 White
05700-011-37-12
50
Stiffener, Chemical Tube
05700-002-66-49
51
Connector, PVDC Y, 1/4" Barb
04730-003-36-14
52
Tubing, Tygopreme 1" LG
05700-003-53-26
53
Switch, N.O. Reed
05930-002-36-80
54
Conduit, 1/2 X 80" LG
05700-002-00-24
55
Conduit, Solenoid to Connection B
05700-002-45-80
56
Wire List, WAREFORCE HH
05700-004-25-40
57
Tag, Power Warning 115V
09905-011-46-87
58
Tie, 4" PLT 1-M Panduit Cable
05975-602-01-16
* Items 40 - 56 Not Shown
23
PARTS
CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMP COMPONENTS
Technical Manual (07610-003-92-84)
PARTS SECTION
CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMP COMPONENTS
Chemical Feeder Pump Kit Assembly, 36 RPM
Chemical120V
Feeder
Pump Kit Assembly,
36 RPM w/
w/Motor
(Complete)
05700-003-25-02
Rear Housing
04320-111-37-09
1
Motor 120V (Complete) 05700-003-25-02
Chemical Feeder
Kit Kit
Assembly,
14 RPM
Chemical
FeederPump
Pump
Assembly,
14 w/
RPM
Motor 120V (Complete) 05700-003-25-03
w/Motor 120V (Complete) 05700-003-25-03
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8”
Phillips Pan Head
2 per
05305-011-37-07
8
Front Housing
04320-111-37-08
7
Screw, 6-32 x 3/4”
Phillips Pan Head
4 per
05305-011-37-05
6
Motor, 14
2 RPM 115V
Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
04320-111-35-13
Screw,38-32 x 1/2” Phillips
Flat Head
Motor, 14 RPM 240V
2 per
Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
05305-011-37-06
04320-111-47-46
Motor, 36 RPM 115V
Squeeze Tube, Detergent/Sanitizer
4
(Use with the red roller.)
Roller, Red (Detergent/Sanitizer)
5
04320-111-36-70
If White
using(Rinse
Tygoprene
Roller,
Aid)
Tubing:
Roller, White
04320-002-82-28
04320-002-82-28
If using Tygoprene
Tubing:
05700-111-35-29
Clear Squeeze Tube, Rinse Aid
(Use with the white roller.)
05700-011-76-41
Tube, 3/16 x 8” Clear Tygoprene
05700-003-22-89
Roller, White
Roller,
Black
04320-002-82-28
04320-111-65-27
Roller, Black
04320-111-65-27
PageCreated:01/30/2012
Revised:N/A
25
24
Detergent/Sanitizer Feeder Pump
04320-111-35-14
Motor, 36 RPM 240V
Detergent/Sanitizer Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-47
PARTS
CHEMICAL FEEDER PUMP COMPONENTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Rear Housing
04320-111-37-09
2
1
Motor, 14 RPM 115V Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
04320-111-35-13
1
Motor, 14 RPM 240V, Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-46
1
Motor, 36 RPM 115V, Detergent/Sanitizer Feeder Pump
04320-111-35-14
1
Motor, 36 RPM 240V, Detergent/Sanitizer Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-47
3
2
Screw, 8-32 x ½” Phillips Flat Head
05305-011-37-06
4
1
Squeeze Tube, Detergent/Sanitizer (use with the red roller)
05700-111-35-29
1
Clear Squeeze Tube, Rinse Aid
05700-011-76-41
1
Tube, 3/16 x 8” Clear Tygoprene
05700-003-22-89
1
Roller, Red (Detergent/Sanitizer)
04320-111-36-70
1
Roller, White (Rinse Aid)
04320-002-82-28
6
4
Screw, 6-32 x ¾” Phillips Pan Head
05305-011-37-05
7
1
Front Housing
04320-111-37-08
8
4
Screw, 8-32 x ⅜” Phillips Pan Head
05305-011-37-07
5
25
PARTS
WAREFORCE I-E HOOD ASSEMBLY
14
13
12
11
10
15
1
16
9
2
8
7
6
3
5
4
17
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
QTY
1
1
10
2
6
12
2
6
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Control Box Assembly
Hood, Weldment
Lock Nut, ¼-20” w/Nylon Insert
Hood Support
Bolt, ¼-20 x ½”
Washer, S/S ¼”
Bracket, Cantilever Support
Wear Button
Bracket, Plumbing Support
Strainer, Inlet ½”
Nipple, ½” x 2” (Brass)
Solenoid Valve, ½”, 120V
Elbow, ½” Street (Brass)
Air Gap Weldment
Gasket, Air Gap
Reed Switch
Spacer, Sleeve Hood
05700-004-01-65
05700-003-22-05
05310-374-01-00
05700-002-78-99
05305-274-02-00
05311-174-01-00
09515-003-15-64
05700-011-88-01
05700-003-24-25
04730-217-01-10
04730-207-19-00
04810-003-71-55
04730-206-08-00
05700-002-81-70
05330-002-14-48
05930-002-36-80
05700-003-55-15
26
PARTS
WAREFORCE HH HOOD ASSEMBLY
12
13
14
11
10
15
1
16
9
2
8
3
6
7
5
17
4
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
QTY
1
1
10
2
6
12
2
6
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Control Box Assembly
Hood, Weldment
Lock Nut, ¼-20” w/Nylon Insert
Hood Support
Bolt, ¼-20 x ½”
Washer, S/S ¼”
Bracket, Cantilever Support
Wear Button
Bracket, Plumbing Support
Strainer, Inlet ½”
Nipple, ½” x 2” (Brass)
Solenoid Valve, ½”, 120V
Elbow, ½” Street (Brass)
Air Gap Weldment
Gasket, Air Gap
Reed Switch
Spacer, Sleeve Hood
05700-004-25-41
05700-003-24-96
05310-374-01-00
05700-004-13-45
05305-274-02-00
05311-174-01-00
09515-003-15-64
05700-011-88-01
05700-003-24-25
04730-217-01-10
04730-207-19-00
04810-003-71-55
04730-206-08-00
05700-002-81-70
05330-002-14-48
05930-002-36-80
05700-003-55-15
27
PARTS
WAREFORCE I-E DOOR ASSEMBLY
3
24, 18
2
10, 11, 12
1
4
13
9
15, 16
23, 18
5
6
7
14
17, 18
20
21, 25
19, 11, 12
22
3c
3f
3d
3a
3e
3b
28
8
PARTS
WAREFORCE I-E DOOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Arm, Cantilever
05700-003-52-91
2
2
Spring Pin, ¼” Dia. x 1-⅛”
05315-407-06-00
3
2
Yoke Assembly
05700-000-75-77
3a
1
Cotter Pin
05315-207-01-00
3b
1
Yoke
05700-000-75-78
3c
1
Clevis Pin
05315-700-01-00
3d
2
Nylon Washer
05311-369-03-00
3e
1
Bushing
03120-100-03-00
3f
2
Lock Nut, ⅜”-16 S/S (not shown)
05310-256-04-00
4
2
Rod, Spring Universal
05700-003-67-39
5
2
Spring, Cantilever
05340-109-02-00
6
2
Bolt, Hanger Eye ⅜-16”
05306-956-05-00
7
2
Washer, ⅜” I.D. x ⅞” O.D.
05311-176-02-00
8
4
Nut, Hex ⅜-16” S/S
05310-276-01-00
9
2
Cantilever Arm Connector
05700-011-90-99
10
2
Screw, ¼-20”
05305-274-23-00
11
2
Washer, ¼” I.D. S/S
05311-174-01-00
12
2
Lock Nut, ¼-20” S/S w/Nylon Insert
05310-374-02-00
13
2
Sleeve, Cantilever Arm
05700-000-85-69
14
2
Plug, Cantilever
05340-011-35-00
15
1
Door Magnet
05930-111-51-68
16
2
Lock Nut, 8-32 S/S w/Nylon Insert
05310-272-02-00
17
1
Door Assembly, Right Side
05700-002-30-88
18
6
Door Guides
05700-111-33-59
19
10
Bolt, ¼-20” x ½” S/S
05305-274-02-00
20
2
Spacer, PB Bolt
05700-000-29-40
21
8
Lock Nut, ¼-20” w/Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
22
2
Bracket, Door Connecting
05700-021-33-39
23
1
Front Door Assembly
05700-002-30-89
24
1
Door Assembly, Left Side
05700-002-30-87
29
PARTS
WAREFORCE HH DOOR ASSEMBLY
1
8
2
27
18
20
12
17
7
15
25
16
9
28
7
11
3
4
5
13
8
14
26
10
6
7
24
9
28c
28f
28d
28e
8
28a
9
21
22
23
28b
30
PARTS
WAREFORCE HH DOOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Door, Front Outer
05700-004-14-21
2
1
Door, Left Outer
05700-004-14-19
3
1
Door, Right Outer
05700-004-14-17
4
2
Bracket, Door Connecting
05700-004-14-23
5
1
Handle, Door Front
05700-004-14-30
6
2
Plug, Cantilever
05340-011-35-00
7
22
Washer, S/S 1/4-20 I.D.
05311-174-01-00
8
12
Locknut, 1/4-20 Low Profile w/Nylon
05310-374-02-00
9
16
Bolt, 1/4-20 X 1/2 Long
05305-274-02-00
10
1
Door Stop
05700-002-00-84
11
2
Bumper, HH Door
05700-004-14-25
12
10
Nut, Lock 1/4-20 Hex w/ Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
13
1
Magnet, Door Stop Assembly
05700-002-25-08
14
4
Screw, 1/4-20 X 5/8 80 Deg C Sink
05305-002-20-30
15
2
Connecting Link
05700-021-92-45
16
2
Spacer, PB Bolt
05700-000-29-40
17
2
Cantilever Arm Bracket
05700-003-88-91
18
1
Cantilever Arm
05700-004-14-32
19
2
Screw, 1/4-20 X 1-1/2 Hex Head
05305-274-23-00
20
2
Sleeve, Cantilever Hang Eye
05700-000-85-69
21
2
Bolt, Cantilever Hang Eye
05306-956-05-00
22
4
Nut, Hex 3/8-16 S/S
05310-276-01-00
23
2
Washer, Impeller 3/8 Falt S/S
05311-176-02-00
24
4
Plate, Spring Mutiplier
05700-002-00-88
25
2
Spring Link
05700-002-00-91
26
4
Spring, Catilever Door
05340-111-35-22
27
3
Door Upper
05700-002-01-30
28
2
Yoke Assembly
05700-000-75-77
28a
1
Cotter Pin
05315-207-01-00
28b
1
Yoke
05700-000-75-78
28c
1
Clevis Pin
05315-700-01-00
28d
2
Nylon Washer
05311-369-03-00
28e
1
Bushing
03120-100-03-00
28f
2
Lock Nut, ⅜”-16 S/S (not shown)
05310-256-04-00
31
PARTS
WASH ARM ASSEMBLY
Wash Arm Assembly
05700-003-59-35
5
2
6
1
3
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Bearing
05700-021-35-97
2
1
Wash Arm Hub
05700-001-37-92
3
1
O-Ring, 117-S70 Silicon
05330-002-60-69
4
2
Wash Arm End Caps
05700-011-35-92
5
1
Arm, Wash
05700-003-57-71
6
7
Nozzle, JP24
05700-021-35-43
32
PARTS
WASH MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
1
2
9
3
4
10A
10
5
9
6
7
8
3
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Bolt, ⅜-16 x ⅞" S/S
05306-011-36-95
2
1
Casting, Upper Wash Manifold
05700-031-34-82
3
4
⅜" Lockwasher, S/S
05311-276-01-00
4
4
⅜" Hex Nut, S/S
05310-276-01-00
5
2
Bolt, ⅜-16 x 1-¼" S/S
05305-276-10-00
6
1
Lower Wash Manifold
05700-003-78-40
7
1
Gasket, Wash Manifold
05700-111-35-03
8
2
⅜" Bevel, Square
05311-011-35-03
9
2
O-Ring
05330-111-35-15
10
1
Wash Manifold Tube
05700-003-58-89
10A
1
Wash Manifold Tube High Hood (Not Shown)
05700-004-25-73
33
PARTS
TUB ASSEMBLY
6
5
2
7
8
4
1
3
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Tub Assembly
05700-004-27-28
2
1
Rack Guide Assembly
05700-031-36-76
3
1
Bulkhead Fitting, ½”
04730-011-45-21
1
Clamp, Nylon
04730-011-39-01
1
Lock Nut, 10-24 S/S
05310-373-01-00
1
Wash Arm Assembly
05700-003-59-35
4
Bolt, ¼-20 x ½” S/S
05305-274-02-00
4
Lock Nut, ¼-20 S/S
05310-374-01-00
4
Bolt, ¼-20 x 1-⅛” S/S
05305-274-21-00
4
Lock Nut, ¼-20 S/S
05310-374-01-00
1
Lower Wash Manifold
05700-003-78-40
4
5
6
7
8
34
PARTS
WASH SUMP ASSEMBLY
1
6
5
7
4
3
2
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Pump and Motor Assembly (see page 33)
06105-002-69-78
2
1
Pump Drain Hose
05700-004-08-52
3
2
Clamp, 7/16” to 25/32”
04730-011-36-05
4
1
Clamp, 5-⅝” to 6”, #96
04730-011-34-90
5
1
Sump Weldment
05700-003-78-41
6
1
Sump Gasket
05330-003-78-31
7
9
Lock Nut, ¼-20 S/S
05310-374-01-00
1
Drain Solenoid, 115V (NOT SHOWN)
04810-200-11-00
1
Drain Link Connector (NOT SHOWN)
05700-002-38-10
35
PARTS
SPILLWAY ASSEMBLY
Gasket, Spillway
05700-111-34-52
Drain, Seat
05700-021-34-38
Spillway Weldment
05700-003-52-13
Lock Nut, ¼-20 S/S
05310-374-01-00
Connection, Drain Link
05700-002-38-10
Drain Link
05700-003-78-49
36
PARTS
PUMP & MOTOR ASSEMBLY
Complete Pump and Motor Assembly
06105-002-69-78
Mechanical Seal
05330-002-34-22
Impeller
05700-002-81-86
Motor Only
06105-002-79-61
Seal Plate
05700-002-81-87
Case O-Ring
05330-002-81-83
Shim Kit
05700-002-82-58
Case Cap Screw
05305-002-81-88
Pump Dishcharge Hose
(not shown)
05700-003-78-50
Hose Clamp, 1-5/16" to 2-¼" S/S
(not shown)
04730-719-01-37 (2 required)
37
PARTS
FRAME ASSEMBLY
Accumulator, Weldment
05700-004-08-39
Accumulator, Strainer
05700-004-09-08
Stop, Stainer
05700-004-18-33
Frame, Weldment
05700-003-78-38
Bolt, ¼-20 x 1-½"
05305-274-23-00
Bullet Feet, S/S
05340-108-01-03
Bolt, ¼-20 x ⅜"
05305-274-20-00
Splash Sheild
05700-004-01-54
Lock Nut, ¼-20 (Low Profile)
(not shown)
05310-374-02-00
38
Lock Nut, ¼-20
(not shown)
05310-374-01-00
PARTS
MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
WAREDORCE I-E
Stand Pipe Assembly
05700-031-35-55
Sump Strainer
05700-002-06-25
WAREDORCE HH
Stand Pipe Assembly
05700-004-27-31
Blue Chemical Tubing (120")
05700-011-37-17
Ball Stopper
05700-121-35-54
Red Chemical Tubing (120")
05700-011-37-15
White Chemical Tubing (120")
05700-011-37-13
Chemical Tubing Stiffener
05700-002-66-49
Chemical Tubing Wye Fitting
04730-003-36-14
Bulk Head Fitting
04730-011-45-21
Flanged Bullet Foot
(optional)
05340-002-34-86
39
PARTS
MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
Water Hammer Arrestor Kit
Water Arrestor, ½"
06685-100-05-00
Tee, ½" x ½" x ½"
04730-211-27-00
Nipple, ½" NPT, Close, Brass
04730-207-15-00
40
SCHEMATICS
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM, WAREFORCE I-E, 115 VOLTS, 50 HZ, SINGLE PHASE
WAREFORCE I-E ELETRICAL DIAGRAM
41
SCHEMATICS
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM, WAREFORCE I-E, 208 VOLTS, 50/60 HZ, SINGLE PHASE
WAREFORCE I-E ELETRICAL DIAGRAM
42
WAREFORCE I-E/HH Installation & Operation Manual 07610-004-11-00
Issued: 01-27-14
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