Cecilware New Countertop Electric Fryers

ELECTRIC COUNTER TOP
FRYER
Single & Double models
OPERATION MANUAL
EL-6
EL-15
EL-25
EL-2x6
EL-2x15
EL-2x25
EL-2x6 Shown
CECILWARE CORPORATION
43-05 20th AVENUE, LONG ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK 11105-1295 ■
718-932-1414
FAX 718-932-7860
www.cecilware.com
NN57A 5/05
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ............................................................... page 2
Packaging ................................................................. page 2
Installation ................................................................. page 2-3
Operation .................................................................. page 3
Cleaning, Care and Maintenance ............................. page 4
Safety ........................................................................ page 4
Trouble Shooting ....................................................... page 5
Compliance ............................................................... page 6
Electrical Diagram ..................................................... page 6
Explosion View .......................................................... page 7-8
Spare Part List .......................................................... page 9
Specifications ............................................................ page 10
1
Introduction
Congratulations on the purchase of your Cecilware Counter Top Fryer. Please take time to carefully
read through this manual to ensure the machine is operated and maintained properly. This will enable
the best possible performance from this product for many years.
Cecilware will not accept liability for the following if:
*The instructions in this manual have not been followed correctly.
*Non-authorized personnel have tampered with the machine.
*Non-original spare parts are used.
*The machine has not been handled and cleaned correctly.
*There is any use damage to the unit.
Packaging
Cecilware prides itself on quality and service, ensuring that at the time of packing, all products are
supplied fully functional and free of damage.
Provided in this package are the following:
* Fryer (selected model)
* Basket (s)
* Manual
Should you find any damage as a result of freight, please contact your Cecilware dealer immediately.
Installation
Remove the Cecilware fryer from the packaging; be certain all protective plastics and residues are
thoroughly cleaned from its surface.
Place the Cecilware fryer on a firm, level surface.
International standards and regulations should be consulted in order to abide by standards set in
relation to positioning, spacing and ventilation. Oils used in these units are very dangerous. Take care
when in use to avoid oil spilling on to open flames or mixing with other liquids, such as water, to avoid
harmful damage.
Important Note:
Caution:
All double pot Fryers has two power supply cords. Each Fryer pot is independently controlled. Connect
each plug to a receptacle that is connected to an individual branch circuit. Unplug both cords before
installing, cleaning, moving, or servicing this appliance
Do not position and operate near combustible materials/flammable objects.
2
Note that there are 6 parts to the fryer:
* Fryer Body
* Oil pan
* Element and control box
* Element guard
* Basket
* Lid
Place the oil pan into the fryer body; then place the element and control box into the pan. Be sure to clip
the rear of the control box to the fryer body. Place the guard over the element at the bottom of the pan.
The fryer can now be filled with the appropriate cooking oil.
Please consult the specification chart in this manual (page 10) for the correct power supply for your
model fryer. Supply the appropriate power, and connect to power supply. Your fryer is now ready to
operate.
Operation
Once the fryer has been installed correctly, please consult the specification chart (page 10) for the
required volume of cooking oil.
Turn the thermostat dial towards the “ON” position; the amber light will activate to confirm, and adjust
the dial to the required setting.
Allow time for oil temperature to reach the required setting; while oil is heating the red light will activate;
once the oil has reaches the required temperate, the red light will switch off. As the oil fluctuates in
temperature, the thermostat will operate to maintain set temperature. The light will continue to indicate
when the fryer is heating or has reached the required temperature.
A temperature setting of between 325º F and 358º F will be sufficient for general cooking. This could
vary for particular food types or individual requirements.
3
Cleaning, Care and Maintenance
Switch off the power and disconnect from the power source.
The fryer should be cleaned after each day’s operation, however it may require to be cleaned more
often, depending on the volume of production.
The fryer must be left to cool before cleaning. Empty oil from the pan. If the oil is to be reused, it is
recommended that it be filtered with the Cecilware Frysaver® Filtration System to ensure longer yield
and a better quality in the cooked product. Note: the 15 lb. fryer is fitted with a drain valve.
Once the oil has been emptied from the fryer, the control box can be tilted back to remove the pan from
the body. The pan can be washed using warm soapy water.
The main body can also be washed in warm soapy water, but be sure to unclip the control box and
element first. The control box cannot be immersed in water; however, the control box can be wiped
down with a damp cloth. Warm soapy water is recommended for cleaning. Prolonged use of cleaning
agents can damage stainless steel.
Safety
*The Cecilware fryer does not contain any user-friendly parts. A Cecilware Recommended Qualified
Service Technician should carry out repairs if necessary. Do not remove any components or service
panels on this product.
*Switch off power to and disconnect from the main power source while cleaning.
Ensure oil levels are maintained above the minimum indicated level in the fryer. Failing to maintain the
required level may result in fire.
Ensure oil is changed regularly. Used oil breaks down after use and can result in fire, as its flash point is
reduced, and it is more prone to surge boiling.
Note: products containing humidity/moisture will cause surge boiling when placed in hot oil.
The basin should remain uncovered during frying.
Hot oil causes serious damage to skin. Avoid skin contact with hot oil.
Do not immerse unit in water or use water jets to clean.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a Cecilware Service Agent or Recommended
Qualified Service Technician in order to avoid a hazard.
Important Note:
Caution:
All double pot Fryers has two power supply cords. Each Fryer pot is independently controlled. Connect
each plug to a receptacle that is connected to an individual branch circuit. Unplug both cords before
installing, cleaning, moving, or servicing this appliance.
4
Trouble Shooting
If your Cecilware Fryer does not operate, please check the following before placing a service call.
Top Fryer
EL-6, EL-15, EL-25, EL-2x6, EL-2x15
Problem
Cause
Oil not heating.
Indicator light is off
Oil is heating &
Indicator light is on
Indicator light is
not
on
but
appliance
is
operating normally
Remedy
1. Mains power supply
1. Check mains power supply
2. Element/ control unit not
correctly located
2. Follow the steps on page 2 to
correctly locate
3. Fuse in the plug has
blown
3. Replace the fuse in the plug with
correctly rated fuse
4. Plug and
damaged
4. Call service
technician
agent
or
qualified
5. Internal wiring fault
5. Call service
technician
agent
or
qualified
6. Thermal cut-out
activated
6. Remove reset button cover (A) press
button (B) to reset. See Diagram
for Thermal Cut Out Reset below.
If problem persists call service agent
or qualified technician
lead
are
has
1. Thermostat or heating
element has failed
1. Call service agent or qualified
technician
1. Faulty pilot light
1. Call service
technician
2. Oil has reached the set
temperature
2. Use fryer normally
Please ensure:
* There is correct power supply.
* The machine is plugged in correctly and power is switched on.
* The thermostat dial has been turned on.
Note all Cecilware products are tested prior to packaging.
Diagram:Thermal Cut Out Reset
B
A
5
agent
or
qualified
Compliance
Cecilware products have undergone strict product testing in order to comply with regulatory standards
and specifications set by international, independent, and federal authorities.
As testimony to such compliance Cecilware products carry the following marks/symbols:
Electrical Diagram
120/240V
on/off
switch
micro-switch
hi-limit
thermostat
pilot light
heating
element
The above circuit diagram has been provided to assist qualified technicians. Cecilware agents or
Recommended Qualified Service Technicians should carry out repairs if needed. Do not remove any
components or service panels on this product.
6
Explosion View
EL – 6
1
3
6
7
4
2
5
20
19
8
9
18
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
EL – 15/EL –25
1
2
3
4
7
6
5
19
18
20
8
9
10
11
17
12
13
14
15
16
7
EL – 2 x6
1
3
6
4
2
7
5
20
19
8
9
18
10
11
12
13
17
14
15
16
EL – 2 x15/EL – 2 x25
1
2
6
3
4
5
20
19
18
8
17
10
11
7
9
13
12
14
15
16
8
Spare Parts List
EL – 2 x 6
EL -6
NO
Description
EL - 15 120v
EL -2x15 120v
EL – 25 240v
EL-2x25 240v
Qty
Part No
Qty
Part No
Qty
Part No
Qty
Part No
1
Optional Fry Tank Cover
1
08049
2
08049
1
08020
2
08020
2
Basket
1
08050
2
08050
2
08021
4
08021
3
Hi – Limit
1
08025
2
08025
1
08050
2
08025
4
Thermostat Dial
1
08026
2
08026
1
08026
2
08026
5
Thermostat
1
08027
2
08027
1
08027
2
08027
6
Back Plate
1
NA
2
NA
1
NA
2
NA
Cord & Plug – 120 V
1
08055
2
08055
1
08055
2
08055
Cord & Plug – 240 V
NA
NA
NA
NA
1
08047
2
08047
Pilot Light – 120 V
1
08032
2
08032
1
08032
2
08032
Pilot Light – 240 V
NA
NA
NA
NA
1
08067
2
08067
7
8
9
Stuffing Box
2
NA
4
NA
2
NA
4
NA
10
Element Cover
1
NA
2
NA
1
NA
2
NA
Heating Element – 120 V
1
08051
2
08051
1
08034
2
08034
Heating Element – 240 V
NA
NA
NA
NA
1
08046
2
08046
11
12
Micro Switch
1
08029
2
08029
1
08029
2
08029
13
Bulb Clamp 2
2
08030
4
08030
2
08030
4
08030
14
Fry Tank
1
08052
2
08052
1
08022
2
08022
15
Main Body
1
NA
1
NA
1
NA
1
NA
16
Feet
4
08031
4
08031
4
08031
4
08031
Tube Clamp – 120 V
2
08053
4
08053
2
08023
4
08023
Tube Clamp – 240 V
NA
NA
NA
NA
2
08053
4
08053
17
18
Bulb Clamp 1
2
08033
4
08033
2
08033
4
08033
19
Electrical Head
1
NA
2
NA
1
NA
2
NA
On/Off Switch – 120 V
1
08054
2
08054
1
08054
2
08054
NA
NA
NA
NA
1
08024
2
08024
20
On/Off Switch – 240 V
*NA = not available except by special order.
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Specifications
MODEL
EL-6
FAT
CAPACITY
DESCRIPTION
ELECTRICAL
DIMENSIONS
(WxDxH)
7 ½”x17½”x12 ¾”
6 lbs.
120V, 1.8KW, 15A
EL-15
15 lbs.
EL-25
15 lbs.
EL-2x6
(2x) 6 lbs.
11”x17½”x15 ¾”
SINGLE TANK
240V, 3.2KW, 15A
14½”x17½”x12 ¾”
120V,
(2x)15A
EL-2x15
(2x)15 lbs.
EL-2x25
(2x)15 lbs.
11”x17½”x15 ¾”
(2x)1.8KW,
21 ¾”x17½ ” x15 ¾”
TWIN TANK
240V,
(2x)15A
10
(2x)3.2KW,
21 ¾”x17½” x15 ¾”
CECILWARE CORPORATION
43-05 20th AVENUE, LONG ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK 11105-1295
718-932-1414
FAX 718-932-7860
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www.cecilware.com
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