Candy Gas and electric cookers Instruction manual

Candy Apple Stoves
Part No. 32006
Revised June 1996
Model #4002, Model #4110BG Propane Gas & Model #4110NG Natural Gas
Caramel Corn Stoves
Model #2083, Model #2080BG Propane Gas & Model #2080NG Natural Gas
Instruction Manual
Cincinnati, OH 45241-4807 USA
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This equipment is designed and sold for commercial use only. This
equipment is not to be used by the consumer in home use. Do not allow
direct contact of this equipment by the public when used in food service
locations. Only personnel trained and experienced in the equipment
operation may operate this equipment.
Carefully read all installation instructions before operating the equipment.
Always wear safety glasses when servicing this equipment.
To avoid serious burns, do NOT touch the kettle while it is hot.
Any alterations to this equipment will void the warranty and
may cause a dangerous situation. NEVER make alterations
to the equipment.
Make sure all machine switches are in the OFF position
before plugging the equipment into a receptacle.
Machine must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock
to personnel.
Do NOT immerse the kettle, warmer, or any other part of this
equipment in water.
Always unplug the equipment before cleaning or servicing.
NOTE
The information, specifications and illustrations contained in this manual represent
the latest data available at time of publication. Right is reserved to make changes as
required at the discretion of Gold Medal Products Company without notice.
Candy Apple / Caramel Corn Stoves
INSTRUCTION MANUAL CANDY APPLE STOVES
MODEL
MODEL
MODEL
MODEL
MODEL
MODEL
2083............................................... 240 V, 2600 W
2080BG ............... Propane Gas, 20,610 BTU/HR
2080NG .................. Natural Gas, 19,700 BTU/HR
4002...................................... 230 V, 3380/4500 W
4110BG ................. Propane Gas, 20,610 BTU/HR
4110NG .................. Natural Gas, 19,700 BTU/HR
Candy apple coating is a mix of various sugars: sucrose, glucose, and dextrose. Hard candies
have traditionally given chefs trouble. However, using fully prepared mixes such as our APPL-EZ
eliminates most chances of a bad batch.
Follow the instructions on the APPL-EZ instructions for the proper amount of sugar and water. In
APPL-EZ, or any other dextrose-based mix, the stated quantity of water is very important. Too
much water results in a longer cooking time and thicker batch. Not enough water results in crystallization and “raw” candy. Make sure there is ample voltage (on electric model) or gas (on gas
models).
CANDY APPLE STOVES
Gold Medal Products offers gas fired stoves for either propane or natural gas supplies. We
also have the same stove in electric, 230 volts. For smaller operations, the counter-top 120
volt model 4008 Reddy-Apple candy apple cooker will let you make candy apples with a minimum of space. In either case, be sure bolt your Candy Apple Stove to the floor to avoid
tipping unit.
APPLE STICKS
We prefer the large 5½" long, round Northern wood stick. Their length makes small apples
seem larger. We do sell smaller 4½" lengths for economy. The round geometry makes spinning the apple in the pot easier than flat or square sticks.
AMOUNT OF WATER
Sufficient water must be used to allow for the correct cooking time. Cooking time is the most
important aspect of candy making. Too short of time leads to crystallization and no set-up.
Too much time causes a brownish color and burnt taste, not to mention too thick of a batch.
Optimum cooking time is between 15 and 20 minutes.
TYPES OF APPLES
In either color, pick a hard apple. Dipping an apple in hot candy actually cooks the “meat” of
the apple just under the skin. The juices in this “meat” make the skin become sticky.
Never use cold refrigerated apples. Allow refrigerated apples to warm up to room temperature.
Otherwise, candy may not stick to apple skin.
TEMPERATURE
Optimum cooking temperature is 275º F. Remember, the cooking process actually means
melting the sugar crystals. Sugar burns at 330º F; to be on the safe side, never allow
temperature to exceed 300º F.
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DIPPING
Make sure apples are cleaned and sticks inserted. When temperature is 275º F, turn heat off.
Pick up apple by stick, with thumb and index finger, insert into candy apple coating (immersing
entire apple), remove from candy and spin excess candy. Place on greased cooling rack.
GROUND PEANUT COATINGS
Rolling candy apples in ground peanuts makes them very attractive. You must roll apples
immediately after dipping. Otherwise nuts may not stick. Shredded coconut may also be
used.
CELLOPHANE WRAPPING
Cellophane wrappers keep apples good for several days. They are a must in high humidity
areas. Wrap apples as soon as they cool.
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GAS MODEL SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
When installing your new gas Candy Apple or Caramel Corn Stove, obey local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, obey the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-1992, or latest edition.
Gas is safe when used properly, but dangerous when used
improperly. We suggest that installation be made by qualified
personnel only. Gas companies have competent service
personnel to provide safe installation.
When selecting a non-combustible location for your gas candy apple stove, pay close attention to the installation clearances. These clearances are shown on the nameplate.
The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping during pressure testing of the system in excess of 1/2 psig (3.45 kPa).
After installation, all gas connections must be checked for leaks with a soap solution.
CAUTION
Be sure to provide adequate air supply and adequate clearance
for air openings into the combustion chamber. Be sure to provide
adequate clearance for servicing and proper installation.
Do not use a match or a flame to check for leaks. You may cause
fire or explosion!
TYPES OF GAS
The nameplate is marked at the factory to indicate the type of gas your stove uses. If
necessary, the stove can be altered to switch fuels, but we suggest only qualified
personnel do this work.
ALTITUDE RANGE
The factory has sized the burner orifices for an elevation up to 2000 feet above sea level.
For high altitude operation, contact Gold Medal Customer Service Department.
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GAS PRESSURE
We recommend 10 inches of water column (6 oz/sq in) for propane and 4 inches of water
column (2 oz/sq in) for natural gas. The pressure is measured at the stove while the main
burner is ignited. A pressure regulator is supplied to deliver optimum pressure for both
types of gas when the stove is changed from the original factory specification. Be sure to
use properly sized pipe to supply needed pressure.
LIGHTING AND SHUT-DOWN INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the gas safety valve to the “PILOT” position.
Light chicken stick with match and apply flame to pilot.
To light main burner, turn gas safety valve to “LIGHT” position.
To extinguish both main burner flame and pilot flame turn the gas safety
valve to the “OFF” position.
If pilot is
extinguished, a
5 minute shut
down period is
required before
attempting to
re-light.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL ARE INTENDED ONLY FOR QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL WHO
ARE FAMILIAR WITH ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. THESE ARE
NOT INTENDED FOR THE OPERATOR.
Adequate eye protection must be used when servicing this
equipment to prevent the possibility of injury.
Do NOT immerse the equipment in water.
Unplug your machine before servicing.
ORDERING SPARE PARTS
1. Identify the desired part by checking it against the photos, illustrations, and/or the parts list.
2. When ordering, please include part number, part name, and quantity desired.
3. Please include your model name and machine serial number (located on the machine
nameplate) with your order.
4. Address all parts orders to:
Parts Department
Gold Medal Products Co.
10700 Medallion Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241-4807
or, place orders at:
(513) 769-7676
Fax: (513) 769-8500
E-mail: goldme19@eos.net
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ELECTRIC STOVE ASSEMBLY
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ELECTRIC STOVE ASSEMBLY
TOP VIEW with KETTLE REMOVED
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PARTS LIST – ELECTRIC STOVES
MODEL #4002
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part No.
27049
27050
32002
32006
32012
32017
32101
32102
32103
32106
32111
32112
46454
82210
33012
42017
46207
46241
47373
82107-8
82135
82208
Description
Switch Box
Cover, Switch Box
Leg, 25" Long
Manual / Instuctions
Shipping Carton
Element Clamp
Heat Element, 240V, 4500W
Cover, Element Terminals
Element Mounting Assembly
Heat Ring Assembly
Wrap Around
Lead-In Cord
Flexible Cord
Cap, Power Supply Cord, 30 Amp
Leg Casting
Switch, 3 Position
Wood Spoon
Connector, 90 Degree
Connector, Conduit
SS Flexible Conduit, 8"
Bushing, Conduit, ½” OD
Receptacle, 30 Amp, 125/25 OV
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PARTS LIST - ELECTRIC STOVES (not shown)
MODEL #2083
Part No.
27049
330022
33003
33004
33007
33012
33013
33014
33015
33020
33023
33024
33001
42018
46241
46537
46539
46592
47001
47021
47373
47605
57035
74119
74125
74133
74141
77079-11
77080
89016
89107
Description
Switch Box
Housing Element
Leg, 17" Long
Junction Box Kettle
Junction Box Cover
Legs Mount Casting
Screw, ½-20 x 5/ 8"
Manual, Caramel Corn Stove
Wrap Around
Element Mounting Shelf
Cover Plate
Heat Element Assembly
Heat Element, 240V, 2600W
Switch
Connector 90 Degree
#12 AWG Mgt. Wire White
#12 AWG Mgt. Wire Black
#10 x #12-10 Ring Terminal
Rivet, Open Breakstem
Rivet, Open Breakstem
Connector Conduit Flex
Cover Plate
Shipping Carton
Label, Warning Disc. Power
Set Screw ¼-20 x 3 /8"
Hex Nut ¼-20
Screw #8-32 x 3/8" Rd. Hd. PH
SS Flex Conduit, 11" Lg.
Bushing Conduit, 7/16" OD
Power Supply Cord
Receptacle
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ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
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GAS STOVE ASSEMBLY
MODELS #2080BG & NG AND #4110BG & NG
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PARTS LIST - GAS STOVES
Model
#2080BG
Model
#2080NG
Item No.
Part No.
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
33003
32013
32021
32022
32028
32024
32027
32026
33012
57030
57031
74027
74029
74115
74121
74125
74562
74568
74800
33003
32013
32021
32022
32028
89729
32027
32026
33012
57030
57031
74027
74030
74115
74121
74125
74562
74568
74800
Description
Leg, 25” Long
3
/8" NPT, Close Nipple
Burner Hold Down
Pilot Burner Mount Bracket
Wrapper Welded Assembly
Orifice Hood
Safety Valve Mount Bracket
Reducing Elbow, 1/8" FPT x 3/8" FPT
Leg Casting
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner
Gas Safety Valve
Pilot Orifice
Pressure Regulator
T-Fitting
Set Screw ¼-20 x 3/8"
Brass Pipe Plug, 1/8" NPT
Orifice Fitting
Round Sheet Burner
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PARTS LIST - GAS STOVES
Model
#4110BG
Model
#4110NG
Item No.
Part No.
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
32002
32013
32021
32022
32023
32024
32025
32026
33012
57030
57031
74027
74029
74115
74121
74125
74562
74568
74800
32002
32013
32021
32022
32023
89729
32025
32026
33012
57030
57031
74027
74030
74115
74121
74125
74562
74568
74800
Description
Leg, 25” Long
3
/8" NPT, Close Nipple
Burner Hold Down
Pilot Burner Mount Bracket
Wrapper Welded Assembly
Orifice Hood
Safety Valve Mount Bracket
Reducing Elbow, 1/8" FPT x 3/8" FPT
Leg Casting
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner
Gas Safety Valve
Pilot Orifice
Pressure Regulator
T-Fitting
Set Screw ¼-20 x 3/8"
Brass Pipe Plug, 1/8" NPT
Orifice Fitting
Round Sheet Burner
OPTIONAL ACCESSORY ITEMS
2046
4111
4009
32004
32010
32003
74133
Universal Display Case
16" Hand Crafted Copper Kettle
16" Aluminum Kettle
Candy Apple Kettle w/o Handles
Kettle Handle
Carriage Bolt, ¼-20
Hex Nut, ¼-20
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PARTS LIST - GAS STOVES (not shown)
MODEL #2080BG
For Parts Not Listed – See Model #2083 (Page 10)
Part No.
27010
32013
32014
33003
33006
33008
33009
33010
33012
33014
33026
33027
46207
57030
57032
74027
74029
74115
74125
74575
Description
¼" OD Aluminum Tubing
Close Nipple, 3/8" x 1"
Coupling, 3 /8" NPT
Leg, 17" Long
Burner Gas
Nipple Burner MT
Nipple, 3/ 8" NPT x 7" Lg .
Main Wrapper Caramel Corn
Legs Mount Casting
Manual, Caramel Corn Stove
Hex Locknut, ¼" NPT
Hex Locknut, 3/8" NPT
Wood Spoon
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner Assembly
Gas Safety Valve
Pilot Orifice, .011 LP
Pressure Regulator, NG & LP
Set Screw, ¼-20 x 3/ 8"
Tag, Warning LP Gas
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PARTS LIST - GAS STOVES (not shown)
MODEL #2080NG
For Parts Not Listed – See Model #2083 (Page 10)
Part No.
27007
27010
32013
32014
33006
33008
33009
33010
33026
33027
46207
57030
57032
74027
74029
74115
Description
Burner Jet Natural Gas
¼" OD Aluminum Tubing
Close Nipple, 3/8" x 1"
Coupling, 3 /8" NPT
Burner Gas
Nipple Burner MT
Nipple, 3/ 8" NPT x 7" Lg.
Main Wrapper Caramel Corn
Hex Locknut, ¼" NPT
Hex Locknut, 3/8" NPT
Wood Spoon
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner Assembly
Gas Safety Valve
Pilot Orifice, .023 LP
Pressure Regulator, NG & LP
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OTHER ACCESSORIES
Part No.
2091
46128
46625
46626
2082
32003
32010
33005
74133
Description
Corn Baller - Parts Listing
Corn Baller Finished
Shoulder Screw
Acorn Nut 3 /8-16
19" Aluminum Kettle - Parts Listing
Carriage Bolt ¼-20
Handle Kettle Stove
Candy Corn Kettle
Hex Nut, ¼-20
CATALOG ITEMS
Part No.
Description
2087
2081
2093
5907
Caramel Set, Can
Copper Kettle
Wood Mixing Paddle
Thermometer
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WARRANTY
WE WARRANT to the original purchaser the Gold Medal equipment sold by us to
be free from defects in material or workmanship under normal use and service. Our
obligation under this warranty shall be limited to the repair or replacement of any
defective part for a period of six (6) months from the date of sale to the Original
Purchaser with regard to labor and two (2) years with regard to parts and does not
cover damage to the equipment caused by accident, alteration, improper use, voltage, abuse, or failure to follow instructions.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED, AND OF ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON OUR
PART, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTIBILITY.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. We neither assume, nor authorize any other person
to assume for us, any other obligation or liability in connection with the sale of said
GOLD MEDAL equipment or any part thereof.
The term “Original Purchaser” as used in this warranty shall be deemed to mean that
person, firm, association, or corporation who was billed by the GOLD MEDAL
PRODUCTS COMPANY, or their authorized distributor for the equipment.
THIS WARRANTY HAS NO EFFECT AND IS VOID UNLESS THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER FIRST CALLS GOLD MEDAL PRODUCTS COMPANY AT 1-800428-2676 TO DISCUSS WITH OUR SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE THE EQUIPMENT PROBLEM, AND, IF NECESSARY, FOR INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS.
NOTE: This equipment is manufactured and sold for commercial use only.
GOLD MEDAL PRODUCTS COMPANY
10700 Medallion Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45241-4807 USA