Cres Cor CO-151-HW-UA-6B Operating instructions

5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833
Convection
Humidity Oven
FL-2373
Rev. 0 (4/13)
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INSTALLATION, OPERATION and MAINTENANCE
MANUAL for Cres Cor AquaTemp™ HUMIDITY
CONVECTION OVENS
CO151FWUA18D
CO151FPWUA18D
CO151HWUA6D
CO151XWUA5D
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Convection
Humidity Oven
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SUBJECT PAGE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
First Time Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use Control for Cooking & Holding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Save and Use Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
“Quick Recipe” and Other Menu settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to use AquaTemp Control for Humidity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
4
5
5
6
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
How to Clean the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Trouble Shooting Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 9
Cabinet Replacement Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Hot Unit Replacement Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Wiring Diagram For 208/240 Volt, 1 Phase. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
SERVICE POLICY and AGENCY LIST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FL-1400
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE BY AUTHORIZED SERVICE
PERSONNEL ONLY
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Humidity Oven
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
VENTING YOUR OVEN:
3. Most jurisdictions consider our low-temperature ovens
(maximum temperature is 350°F/177°C) as low-heat
appliances not requiring vent hoods.
4. Installation must conform with local codes. The
authority having jurisdiction of enforcement of
the codes will have the responsibility for making
interpretations of the rules.
1. The purpose of ventilating hoods is to direct and
capture smoke, grease-laden vapors, heat, odors, or
fumes.
2. Low temperature equipment (maximum temperature
250°F/121°C) does not produce heat, odors, fumes,
grease-laden vapors or smoke and is not required to be
vented.
UNIT SPECIFICATIONS: All units use three (3) elements (2670 watts each).
All units are rated 8000 watts. Water units have one (1) immersion element (1850 watts).
MODEL NOS.
CONVECTION OVENS
CO151FWUA12D2081
CO151FWUA12D2401
CO151FWUA12D2083
CO151FWUA12D2403
ELECTRICAL SPECS
(AC SERVICE)
Volts
208
240
208
240
Ph
1
1
3
3
Hz.
60
60
60
60
ELEC. LOAD
Amps
39
34
23
20
Volts
208
240
208
240
POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENT
ALL 3 PHASE IS 3 WIRE + GROUND
Amps
50
50
30
30
Ph
1
1
3
3
HALF-SIZE OVENS Are rated at 4700 watts (Three [3] heaters at 1470 watts each)
CO151HWUA6D2081
208
1
60
24
208
30
1
CO151HWUA6D2401
240
1
60
21
240
30
1
CO151HWUA6D2083
208
3
60
15
208
20
3
CO151HWUA6D2403
240
3
60
13
240
20
3
CO151XWUA5D2081
208
1
60
24
208
30
1
CO151XWUA5D2401
240
1
60
21
240
30
1
CO151XWUA5D2083
208
3
60
15
208
20
3
CO151XWUA5D2403
240
3
60
13
240
20
3
Volts
208
240
208
240
NEMA
6-50P
6-50P
L15-30P
L15-30P
208
240
208
240
208
240
208
240
6-30P
6-30P
L15-20P
L15-20P
6-30P
6-30P
L15-20P
L15-20P
All models are designed for AC Service. Model numbers may have the letters: P, L, M, Z or S.
HOW TO INSTALL CABINETS:
1. Remove all packing material from inside and outside
of cabinet.
2. Position cabinet on level floor; install the cabinet
interior (pan slides) if not already installed.
3. Plug power cord into proper wall receptacle.
4. MANUAL FILL: Fill water pan with three (3) gallons
of HOT water (see CAUTION).
5. AUTO FILL: Attach water valve on back bottom of
unit to water supply (see “How to use Automatic fill
kit on page 6).
LOW WATER LIGHT:
MANUAL FILL: When water needs to be added to the
pan, the Low Water Light will stay on until the pan is
refilled.
AUTO FILL: If water level is low and water supply is not
connected, an error code will display after a time limit.
HOW TO CHANGE FROM °C TO °F (if needed)
1. Push the switch on; the light will come on.
2. Push and hold the “SET” button and the button in the
lower left hand corner together for 5 seconds.
You are now entered into the menu.
3. Scroll over the”Unit” and change it to “C” , then scroll
to the “END”.
CAUTION
Use of treated water is recommended for
proper operation and to maintain warranty.
It will reduce scaling.
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Humidity Oven
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FIRST-TIME OPERATION
NOTE: A new oven needs to “burn off” manufacturing
oils and excessive adhesive before its first use.
Do NOT load food into oven until this has been
done!
1. Push the switch to on; the light will come on.
NOTE: The letters “LOTPR” (low temperature) will show
on the control panel until it reaches 140°F (60°C).
2. Press the “COOK” button.
3. Push down and turn the control knob to show 200°F.
Push the knob again to set the temperature. Run the
unit for one (1) hour.
4. Turn the unit off and let cool.
5. Wipe the inside clean with detergent and hot water.
HOW TO USE THE ROAST-N-HOLD CONTROL:
*Push the lighted switch on the control panel; the light
will come on and the cabinet will start heating.
*The display will read “LOTPR” (low temperature)
below 140°F. (60°C.).
NOTE: Wait one (1) hour after start up before loading the
food for best results.
The display will read “PREHT” until the cabinet
reaches the set temperature.
Cooking:
1. Press the COOK button.
2. Turn the control knob to the desired cooking
temperature between 200°F (93°C) and 350°F (176°C).
3. Push the knob to set the temperature.
4. The control automatically goes to the HOLD mode.
(Continue to HOLDING step 1 next column ).
Holding:
(Press the HOLD button only if you are just holding food),
1. Turn the control knob to the desired holding
temperature between 140° (60°C) and 220°F (104°C).
2. Push the knob to set the temperature.
3. The control automatically goes to the TIME mode.
Setting the time or Food Probe:
1. If NOT using the Food Probe:
a) Turn the control knob to the desired hours/minutes.
b) Push the knob to set the time.
2. Using the Food Probe:
Plug in the food probe BEFORE you enter the TIME
mode. Otherwise, you have to press the PROBE
button to set the probe temperature.
a) Turn the knob to the desired temperature.
b) The timer will stop when the probe reaches the set
temperature.
3. Press the START button. The display will show
“READY” when preheated.
4. Press the START again to use this recipe (see Recipes”).
Note: Press the knob for 4 seconds to cancel the recipe.
The DISPLAY button shows (cycles through) all the
values when in each mode:
• “PREHEAT” OR “READY”: momentarily shows the
actual cabinet temperature.
• “COOK” (Timed): shows Home screen, set point,
count down time, actual cabinet temperature.
• “COOK” (Probe): shows Home screen, set point,
count up time, actual cabinet temperature.
• “HOLD”: shows Home screen, set point, count up
time, actual cabinet temperature.
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Humidity Oven
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
RECIPES:
The control can hold up to 18 saved recipes.
To save a recipe:
1. Press and hold both the TIME button and the knob
for 5 seconds. The screen will be flashing. This is the
setup menu.
2. Turn the knob through the menu until you get to
“Edit”.
3. Press the knob and turn to the recipe you want to edit.
There are 18 blank recipes to customize and save.
4. Press the knob and enter the cook, hold and time
values.
5. After the entering the final value, “Edit” will show
again.
6. Press the knob to edit more recipes or turn to “End” to
exit the menu.
To use one of the recipes:
1. Push one of the three RECIPE group buttons for the
recipe number you want.
2. Turn the knob to the recipe you want and press the
knob to select.
3. Press the START button to preheat.
4. After it shows “READY”, press the START button
again to begin the recipe.
Note: The display button will cycle through all the values
as before, but will include the recipe number, if
using a saved recipe.
Quick Recipe Note:
You can set “Quick Recipes” for recipes that you use
often. This way, when you press a recipe group button and
press start, that recipe will start cooking without searching
for the recipe number. Recipe numbers can be set up as
“quick recipes” as follows:
1. Press and hold both the TIME button and the knob for
5 seconds to get into the menu.
2. Turn the knob to “RBTN” and press the knob. The
word “PUSH” will flash.
3. Press one of the recipe group buttons to assign a
recipe.
Note: Recipe numbers 1-6 can be set up as Group button 1.
Recipe numbers 7-12 can be set up as Group button 2.
Recipe numbers 13-18 can be set up as Group button 3.
4. Turn the knob to the recipe number you want to assign
to that button and press the knob.
Repeat the process to assign recipes to the other two recipe
group buttons; or,
turn the knob to “END” the submenu; turn to “END” the
menu.
Additional Menu Settings:
Press and hold both the TIME button and the knob for 5
seconds to get into the menu.
Here you can set the recipes, quick recipes, temperature
units (°C or °F) and the datalog
settings (USB connection required):
”RECE” allows you to enable or disable the data record
feature.
“RECF” allows you set how often (in minutes) a
datapoint will be recorded.
“RECD” allows you to set how long (in days) you
would like the data to be stored in memory.
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Humidity Oven
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, continued
HOW TO USE THE AQUATEMP HUMIDTY
CONTROL:
*The units of the humidity control are approximate %
relative humidity. The amount of moisture will vary for
the same %RH value at different cabinet temperatures.
* The LOW WATER Light comes on when water pan
needs to be refilled.
*Press the ON/OFF button to turn it on.
Setting the Humidity:
1. At any time, press the knob and the setpoint %RH will
flash.
2. Turn the knob to the value you desire.
3. Press the knob to set the value.
For use with the Roast-N-Hold Control:
1. On the Roast-N-Hold control, when selecting the
COOK temperature, the humidity setpoint will be
flashing on the AquaTemp control.
2. Turn the knob on the humidity control to the desired
“Cook Humidity” value.
3. On the Roast-N-Hold control, when selecting the
HOLD temperature setpoint, the humidity setpoint
will be flashing on the AquaTemp control.
4. Turn the knob on the humidity control to the desired
“Hold Humidity” value.
How to use the Automatic Water Fill:
There is a water fill connection under the bottom right rear
of the oven. Remove the plug on the end of the connector.
1. Connect the plastic tubing provided to the connector
and the other end to your water supply. Turn water
supply on.
2. Press and hold both the DISPLAY button and the knob
of the AquaTemp humidity control for five seconds.
3. Turn the knob until when the display shows FILL,
select “Y” for yes and press the knob to set.
4. Go to END to exit the menu. Auto water fill should
start.
To shut down:
1. Press and hold both the DISPLAY button and the knob
of the Aquatemp humidity control.
2. Turn the knob to FILL and push to enter. Select “N”
for no; go to END to exit the menu.
3. Turn off your water supply and clean out the water
pan after it cools (See “Maintenance Instructions” on
page 8).
NOTE: These humidity values then are set and switch
automatically based upon which Roast-N-Hold
mode it is in.
The DISPLAY BUTTON momentarily shows the
approximate relative humidity in the cabinet. When water
level is low, %RH is not correct, so no value is displayed.
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Humidity Oven
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
HOW TO CLEAN THE UNIT
MAINTENANCE: WATER PAN
MAINTENANCE: CABINET
Drain, wipe and fill water pan daily.
1. Wipe the inside of cabinet after daily use.
(Clear vinyl drain-hose is provided).
1. Push hose onto drain nozzle under the base.
2. Turn knob to open the drain.
2. Leave doors slightly open to fully dry interior.
To Fully Dry Out:
1. Drain until 1/8” of water is left in pan bottom.
2. Run oven at 350°F (173°C) until water is gone.
3. Wipe out pan.
BEFORE cleaning the cabinet:
WARNING
1.Unplug cord from wall. Allow cabinet to
cool.
2.Do NOT hose cabinet with water.
3.Do NOT get water on controls.
CAUTION
Delime or descale water pan parts as required,
to prevent damaging build-up.
WARRANTY COVERAGE MAY BE AFFECTED
WITHOUT PROPER CLEANING.
Cleaning Hints:
1. Use the mildest cleaning procedure that will do the
job.
2. Always rub in the direction of the polish lines to avoid
scratching the surface.
4.Do NOT use abrasives or harsh
chemicals.
5.Do NOT use “Cres Clean” (or any citrus
cleaner) on labels or plastic parts.
3. Use only a soft cloth, sponge, fibrous brushes, plastic
or stainless steel pad for cleaning and scouring.
4. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water after every cleaning
operation.
5. Always wipe dry to avoid water marks.
HOW TO CLEAN THE UNIT:
CABINET
Inside and Outside
(Stainless Steel)
SOIL
CLEANER
METHOD
ROUTINE CLEANING
Soap, ammonia or mild
detergent* and water.
1. Sponge on with cloth
2. Rinse
STUBBORN SPOTS,
STAINS
Mild abrasive made for
Stainless Steel.
1. Apply with damp sponge or cloth.
2. Rub lightly.
BURNT ON FOODS OR
GREASE
Chemical oven cleaner
made for Stainless Steel.
Follow oven cleaner manufacturer’s
directions.
HARD WATER SPOTS &
SCALE
Vinegar
1. Swab or wipe with cloth.
2. Rinse and dry.
* Mild detergents include soaps and non-abrasive cleaners
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDE, continued
HOW TO ADJUST THE DOOR LATCH:
1. For vertical (up and down movement) adjustment:
a. Loosen (2) screws located in magnetic strike.
b. Move strike up or down for alignment to magnet on latch.
c. Tighten screws to secure
2. For horizontal (greater or lesser magnetic draw) adjustment:
a. Loosen (4) screws in door latch.
b. Move latch forward or backward to adjust magnetism.
c. Tighten screws to secure.
TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDE
WARNING
IF OVEN GETS TOO HOT OR WON’T SHUT OFF, DISCONNECT
POWER AT BRANCH PANEL. DO NOT UNPLUG CORD!
If unit is NOT working, first check the following causes:
1. Cord is unplugged from wall outlet.
2. Circuit breaker/fuse to wall outlet is blown.
PROBLEM
Oven does not turn on
3. Switch is turned off.
4. Fuse on back of unit is blown.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Power switch is bad
2. Retherm control is bad.
SOLUTION
1. Replace
2. Replace
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Humidity Oven
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDE (continued)
IF THE OVEN TURNS ON:
PROBLEM
Blowers do not operate
1. Blower
2. Oven control
Heater will not shut off
1. Control defective
2. Heater contactor
Vent fans do not shut off
1. Vent fan switch defective
2. Control compartment is still hot.
Vent fans do not operate (See Note)
1. Vent fan switch defective
2. Vent fan defective
SOLUTION
1. Replace
2. Replace
3. Replace
4. Replace
5. Replace
1. Replace
2. Replace
3. Replace
1. Replace
2. Replace
1. Replace
2. Wait until it cools
Check “Heater will not shut off”
1. Replace
2. Replace
Control will not switch from “COOK” to
“HOLD” (timed mode)
1. Oven is in “PROBE” mode.
2. Oven control defective
1. Cancel recipe and switch to “TIMED” mode
2. Replace
1. Oven is in the “TIMED” mode
2. Probe not plugged in
3. Probe defective
4. Oven control defective
1. Oven in “TIMED” mode
2. Probe temperature setting lower
than probe temperature
3. Probe not plugged in
4. Oven control defective
1. Water element defective
2. AquaTemp control
1. Cancel recipe and switch to “PROBE” mode
2. Plug in probe
3. Replace
4. Replace
1. Switch to “PROBE” mode
2. Set probe temperature to desired temperature
3. Plug in probe
4. Replace
1. Replace
2. Replace
CODE DISPLAYED
CAUSE
SOLUTION
no p
No meat probe
Plug in probe
Err0
Temp probe bad
Replace
Err1
Water fill time out
Connect water supply
Oven does not heat, or doesn’t heat
properly
Control will not switch from “COOK” to
“HOLD” (probe mode)
Control will not switch to “COOK” (probe
mode)
No Humidity
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Sensor
2. Heater contactor
3. Loose wiring at heater contactor
4. Oven control
5. High Limit
ERROR CODES:
NOTE: Vent fans will not operate until the control compartment requires ventilation to limit temperatures. Replacement
of electrical components must be done by a qualified electrician.
Refer to our Service Agency list, FL-1400 (found in the back of this manual), of authorized service centers.
Instructions for replacing parts are included in replacement parts list.
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Humidity Oven
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Include all information on nameplate when ordering parts
(RO151FW1332D SHOWN)
28
27
26
23
Replacement Parts:
ITEM DESCRIPTION
21
Water Pan Kit
29. Heater
30. Float Switch
31. Hi-Limit Swtich
20
21
PART NUMBER
208V
240V
0756-036-K 0756-038-K
0811-278
0811-271
0857-122
0857-122
0848-060
0848-060
29
20
30
31
3b 3a
19
25
22
Cabinet Replacement Parts:
Item No
20
21
22
19
23
28
24
25
26
27
DESCRIPTION
Door Latch Kit
Door Strike
Door Hinge
Door Assembly
Door Gasket
Angles Kit (Set of 2)
Casters
Casters w/Brake
Posts
Air Tunnel
Pan, Drip
-FPWUA12D
1006-122-01-K
1006-122-02-K
0519-109
1221-579-K
0861-185-K
0621-281-SS-K
0569-306-K
0569-306-BK
0696-250
0546-146-C
1017-058
24
MODEL PREFIX CO-151
-FWUA12D
1006-122-01-K
1006-122-02-K
0519-109
1221-579-K
0861-185-K
0621-281-SS-K
0569-306-K
0569-306-BK
0696-250
0546-146-C
1017-058
-FW1332D
1006-122-01-K
1006-122-02-K
0519-109
1221-585-K
0861-274
0621-281-SS-K
0569-306-K
0569-306-BK
0696-250
0546-146-C
1017-058
-HWUA6D
1006-122-01-K
1006-122-02-K
0519-109
1221-579-K
0861-185-K
0621-281-SS-K
0569-306-K
0569-306-BK
0696-250
0546-161
1017-058
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-XWUA5D
1006-122-01-K
1006-122-02-K
0519-109
1221-597-K
0861-250-K
0621-281-SS-K
0569-310
0569-310-B
0696-252
0546-162
1017-098
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Humidity Oven
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ELECTRICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
(RO151FW1332D IS SHOWN)
18
11
15 17
9
1
12
6 5
8
2
10
14
6 5
3
6 5
13
8
7
18
FRONT VIEW
FRONT VIEW
Electrical Replacement Parts:
ITEM DESCRIPTION
1. Switch (On/Off)
2. Roast-N-Hold Thermostat
Digital Control
Sensor
3. Humidity Thermostat
Digital Control
Sensor
Sensor bushing
5. Vent Fan
6. Fan Guard
7. Fuse
Fuse Holder
ITEM
15
18
18
17
DESCRIPTION
Power Cord
Heater Kit, 208V
Heater Kit, 240V
Strain Relief
Part No.
0808-125
0848-092-07-K
0848-091
0848-092-05-K
0848-091
0851-023
0769-174
0769-167
0807-155
0807-150
8000W, 1PH
0810-124
0811-306
0811-305
0818-061
11
13
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
WITHOUT
COVER
WITHOUT COVER
ITEM DESCRIPTION
8. Blower Kit
9. Contactor
10. Terminal Block, rear
11. Hi Limit Switch
12. Transformer
13. Relay
14. Fan Switch
15. Power Cord Kit
Connector, Probe (not shown)
Food Probe 1.5” Long
Food Probe 6” Long
8000W, 3PH
0810-132
0811-306
0811-305
0818-050
4700W, 1PH
0810-163
0811-311
0811-312
0818-102
REAR VIEW
REAR VIEW
Part No.
0769-182-SS-K
0857-026
0852-093
0848-077
0769-197
0857-102
0848-034
0810-178-K
0848-094
0848-098
0848-100
FL-2356
4700W, 3PH
0810-164
0811-311
0811-312
0818-050
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Convection
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
OVENS CO151FW SERIES 208/240V 1 Ph
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