Middleby Marshall PS740G Installation manual

PS740 Series
Gas
Domestic & Std. Export
ENGLISH
P/N 60250
May, 2009 Rev. D
PS740 Series Gas Ovens
Model:
Combinations:
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•
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PS740G Gas
Single Oven
Double Oven (Two-Stack)
Triple Oven (Three-Stack)
OWNER'S OPERATING AND
INSTALLATION MANUAL
for domestic and standard export ovens
©2007 Middleby Marshall Inc.
is a registered trademark of Middleby Marshall, Inc. All rights reserved.
Middleby Cooking Systems Group • 1400 Toastmaster Drive • Elgin, IL 60120 • (847)741-3300 • FAX (847)741-4406
NOTICE:
This Owner's Operating and Installation Manual should be given to the user. The operator of the oven should be
familiar with the functions and operation of the oven.
This manual must be kept in a prominent, easily reachable location near the oven.
Ovens are shipped from the factory configured for use with natural gas. If permitted by local, national and
international codes, at the time of installation the oven may be converted to propane gas operation. This conversion
requires the use of at Gas Conversion Kit that is supplied with the oven. For CE-approved ovens, the conversion is
described in the Installation section of this Manual. For domestic and standard export ovens, instructions are
included in the Gas Conversion Kit.
It is suggested to obtain a service contract with a Middleby Marshall Authorized Service Agent.
WARNING
POST, IN A PROMINENT LOCATION, THE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER OF YOUR LOCAL GAS
SUPPLIER AND INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT YOU SMELL GAS.
Instructions to be followed in the event the user smells gas shall be obtained by consulting the local gas
supplier. If the smell of gas is detected, immediately call the emergency phone number of your local Gas
Company. They will have personnel and provisions available to correct the problem.
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY, DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS
AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury, or death. Read the installation, operation, and maintenance instructions
thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
WARNING
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
IMPORTANT
An electrical wiring diagram for the oven is located inside the machinery compartment.
IMPORTANT
It is the customer’s responsibility to report any concealed or non-concealed damage to the
freight company. Retain all shipping materials until it is certain that the equipment has
not suffered concealed shipping damage.
NOTICE
CONTACT YOUR MIDDLEBY MARSHALL AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENT TO INSTALL AND
PERFORM MAINENANCE AND REPAIRS AND IF NECESSARY TO CONVERT EQUIPMENT
FOR USE WITH OTHER GASES. AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENCY DIRECTORY IS
SUPPLIED WITH YOUR OVEN.
NOTICE
Using any parts other than genuine Middleby Marshall factory manufactured parts relieves the manufacturer
of all warranty and liability.
NOTICE
Middleby Marshall (Manufacturer) reserves the right to change specifications at any time.
NOTICE
The equipment warranty is not valid unless the oven is installed, started and demonstrated under the
supervision of a factory certified installer.
NOTICE
THIS EQUIPMENT IS ONLY FOR PROFESSIONAL USE AND SHALL BE USED
BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Middleby Cooking Systems Group • 1400 Toastmaster Drive • Elgin, IL 60120 USA • (847)741-3300 • FAX (847) 741-4406
www.middleby.com
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Model No.
Modéle No.
Serial No.
Serié No.
Installation Date
Date d'installation
MIDDLEBY MARSHALL
NO QUIBBLE LIMITED WARRANTY
(U.S.A. ONLY)
MIDDLEBY MARSHALL INC.
OVEN LIMITED WARRANTY
(Non U.S.A.)
The Seller warrants equipment manufactured by it to be free from
defects in material and workmanship for which it is responsible. The
Seller’s obligation under this warranty shall be limited to replacing or
repairing, at Seller’s option, without charge, F.O.B. Seller’s factory,
any part found to be defective and any labor and material expense
incurred by Seller in repairing or replacing such part. Such warranty
is limited to a period of one year from date of original installation or
15 months from date of shipment from Seller’s factory, whichever is
earlier, provided that terms of payment have been fully met. All labor
shall be performed during regular working hours. Overtime premium
will be charged to the Buyer.
MIDDLEBY MARSHALL, HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO
AS “THE SELLER”, WARRANTS EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURED BY IT TO BE FREE FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP FOR WHICH IT IS RESPONSIBLE. THE SELLER’S OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE LIMITED TO REPLACING OR REPAIRING, AT SELLER’S OPTION, WITHOUT CHARGE, ANY
PART FOUND TO BE DEFECTIVE AND ANY LABOR AND
MATERIAL EXPENSE INCURRED BY SELLER IN REPAIRING OR REPLACING SUCH PART. SUCH WARRANTY
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER
ONLY AND SHALL BE EFFECTIVE FOR A PERIOD OF
ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL INSTALLATION, OR
18 MONTHS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE, WHICHEVER
IS EARLIER, PROVIDED THAT TERMS OF PAYMENT HAVE
BEEN FULLY MET.
This warranty is not valid unless equipment is installed, started,
and demonstrated under the supervision of a factory-authorized installer.
Normal maintenance functions, including lubrication, adjustment of
airflow, thermostats, door mechanisms, microswitches, burners and
pilot burners, and replacement of light bulbs, fuses and indicating
lights, are not covered by warranty.
This warranty is valid only if the equipment is installed, started,
and demonstrated under the supervision of a factory-authorized installer.
Any repairs or replacements of defective parts shall be performed by
Seller’s authorized service personnel. Seller shall not be responsible for any costs incurred if the work is performed by other than
Seller’s authorized service personnel.
Normal maintenance functions, including lubrication, cleaning, or customer abuse, are not covered by this no quibble
warranty.
When returning any part under warranty, the part must be intact and
complete, without evidence of misuse or abuse, freight prepaid.
Seller shall be responsible only for repairs or replacements
of defective parts performed by Seller’s authorized service
personnel. Authorized service agencies are located in principal cities throughout the contiguous United States, Alaska,
and Hawaii. This warranty is valid in the 50 United States
and is void elsewhere unless the product is purchased
through Middleby International with warranty included.
Seller shall not be liable for consequential damages of any kind
which occur during the course of installation of equipment, or which
result from the use or misuse by Buyer, its employees or others of
the equipment supplied hereunder, and Buyer’s sole and exclusive
remedy against Seller for any breach of the foregoing warranty or
otherwise shall be for the repair or replacement of the equipment or
parts thereof affected by such breach.
The foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other
warranties, expressed or implied. There are no implied
warranties of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose.
The foregoing warranty shall be valid and binding upon Seller if and
only if Buyer loads, operates and maintains the equipment supplied
hereunder in accordance with the instruction manual provided to
Buyer. Seller does not guarantee the process of manufacture by
Buyer or the quality of product to be produced by the equipment
supplied hereunder and Seller shall not be liable for any prospective
or lost profits of Buyer.
The foregoing shall be Seller’s sole and exclusive obligation
and Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy for any action, including breach of contract or negligence. In no event shall
Seller be liable for a sum in excess of the purchase price of
the item. Seller shall not be liable for any prospective or lost
profits of Buyer.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF
ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER. SPECIFICALLY THERE ARE NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
This warranty is effective on Middleby Marshall equipment sold on, or after, February 15, 1995.
The foregoing shall be Seller’s sole and exclusive obligation and
Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy for any action, whether in breach
of contract or negligence. In no event shall seller be liable for a sum
in excess of the purchase price of the item.
© 2003 - Middleby Marshall, A Middleby Company.
The Middleby Marshall logo is a registered trademark of Middleby Marshall, A Middleby Company.
Middleby Marshall Inc. • 1400 Toastmaster Drive • Elgin, Illinois 60120-9272 U.S.A. • (847) 741-3300 • FAX: (847) 741 4406
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Page
SECTION 1 – DESCRIPTION ............................................ 1
I. OVEN USES ............................................................ 1
II. OVEN COMPONENTS ............................................ 1
A. Conveyor Motor Drive ................................... 1
B. Crumb Pans .................................................. 1
C. Conveyor ....................................................... 1
D. End Plugs ...................................................... 1
E. Eyebrows ...................................................... 1
F. Window ......................................................... 1
G. Machinery Compartment Access Panel ........ 1
H. Serial Plate .................................................... 1
I. Control Panel ................................................ 1
J. Photo Cell ..................................................... 1
K. Gas Burner .................................................... 1
L. Blowers ......................................................... 1
M. Air Fingers ..................................................... 1
III. OVEN SPECIFICATIONS ........................................ 2
A. Dimensions ................................................... 2
B. General Specifications .................................. 2
C. Electrical Specifications for
PS740 Gas Ovens ........................................ 2
D. Gas Orifice and Pressure Specifications
for PS740 Gas Ovens ................................... 2
SECTION 3 – OPERATION .............................................. 20
I. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS 20
II. NORMAL OPERATION, STEP-BY-STEP ................ 21
A. Main Screen ................................................ 21
B. Daily Startup Procedure .............................. 21
C. Daily Shutdown Procedure ......................... 21
III. QUICK REFERENCE: TROUBLESHOOTING ...... 22
IV. SCREEN ALERTS ................................................. 22
SECTION 4 – MAINTENANCE ........................................ 23
I. MAINTENANCE – DAILY ....................................... 23
II. MAINTENANCE – MONTHLY ............................... 24
III. MAINTENANCE – EVERY 3 MONTHS ................. 25
IV. MAINTENANCE – EVERY 6 MONTHS ................ 26
V. KEY SPARE PARTS KIT ....................................... 27
SECTION 5 – ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM ............ 28
I. WIRING DIAGRAM, 740 GAS OVEN, 208/240V,
50/60 Hz, 1 Ph ....................................................... 28
SECTION 2 – INSTALLATION ........................................... 3
I. BASE PAD KIT ......................................................... 4
II. INSTALLATION KIT ................................................. 6
III. VENTILATION SYSTEM ........................................ 12
A. Requirements .............................................. 12
B. Recommendations ...................................... 12
C. Other Ventilation Concerns ......................... 12
IV. ASSEMBLY ............................................................ 13
A. Base Pad, Legs, Casters ............................ 13
B. Stacking ....................................................... 14
C. Restraint Cable Installation ......................... 14
D. Conveyor Installation .................................. 15
E. Standoff Installation .................................... 15
V. FINAL ASSEMBLY ................................................. 16
VI. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY .......................................... 16
Connection ....................................................... 17
VII. GAS SUPPLY ........................................................ 17
A. Gas Utility Rough-In Recommendations ..... 17
B. Connection .................................................. 18
C. Gas Conversion .......................................... 18
D. Propane Conversion ................................... 18
E. Adjusting the Maximum Pressure Setting ... 18
F. Adjusting the Minimum Pressure Setting .... 19
G. Checkout ..................................................... 19
H. Maintenance ............................................... 19
NOTE
Wiring Diagrams are in Section 5 of this Manual.
The diagram for each oven is also on the lower
inner surface of its Control Console.
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SECTION 1 – DESCRIPTION
Figure 1-1. Oven Components
I. OVEN USES
PS740 Series Ovens can be used to bake and/or cook a wide
variety of food products, such as pizza, pizza –type products,
cookies, sandwiches and others.
E
D
J
I
G
II. OVEN COMPONENTS – see Figure 1-1.
A.
Conveyor Drive Motor: Moves the conveyor.
B.
Crumb Pans: Catch crumbs and other materials that drop
through the conveyor belt. One crumb pan is located at
each end of the conveyor.
C.
Conveyor: Moves the food product through the oven.
D.
End Plugs: Allow access to the oven’s interior.
E.
Eyebrows: Can be adjusted to various heights to prevent
heat loss into the environment.
F.
Window: Allows the user to access food products inside
the baking chamber.
F
H
A
C
B
G. Machinery Compartment Access Panel: Allows access
to the oven’s interior and control components. No user
serviceable parts are located in the machinery compartment.
H.
Serial Plate: Provides specifications for the oven that
affect installation and operation. Refer to Section 2, Installation for details.
I.
Control Panel: Location of the operating controls for the
oven. Refer to Section 3, Operation, for details.
J.
Photo Cell: Turns oven On when beam is interrupted.
Not Shown:
K.
Gas Burner (gas ovens): Heat air, which is then projected
to the air fingers by the blowers.
L.
Blowers: Project hot air from the burner or heating element
to the air fingers.
M. Air Fingers: Project streams of hot air onto the food
product.
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I. OVEN SPECIFICATIONS
Table 1-1 Dimensions
Single Oven
Double Oven
Overall Height
48-3/16″ (1219mm)
62-3/4″ (1575mm)
Triple Ove
78-11/16″ (1981mm)
Overall Depth
60″ (1524mm)
60″ (1524mm)
60″ (1524mm)
Overall Length
76-1/2″ (1930mm)
76-1/2″ (1930mm)
76-1/2″ (1930mm)
Conveyor Width – belt width is 32″
33-1/2″ (838mm)
or 2 × 15″ (381mm)
33-1/2″ (838mm)
or 2 × 15″ (381mm)
33-1/2″ (838mm)
or 2 × 15″ (381mm)
Shortened Exit Conveyor - 24″″
Single Oven
Double Oven
Triple Ove
Overall Depth
52.75″ (1340mm)
52.75″ (1340mm)
52.75″ (1340mm)
Overall Length
69″ (1753mm)
69″ (1753mm)
69″ (1753mm)
Rear of Oven to Wall
3″ (76mm)
3″ (76mm)
3″ (76mm)
Control end of conveyor to Wall
1″ (25.4mm)
1″ (25.4mm)
1″ (25.4mm)
Non-control end of conveyor to Wall)
1″ (25.4mm)
1″ (25.4mm)
1″ (25.4mm)
* All other dimension are the same
Recommended Minimum Clearances
Table 1-2: General Specifications PS740 GAS
32″″ Belt
24″″ Belt
Weight
1150 lbs. (522kg)
1150 lbs. (522kg)
Rated Heat Input
99,000 BTU (25,000kcal, 29 kW/hr)
99,000 BTU (25,000kcal, 29 kW/hr)
Maximum Operation Temperature
600°F / 315°C
600°F / 315°C
Air Blowers
Two Blowers at 1900 RPM
Two Blowers at 1900 RPM
Warmup Time
15 min.
15 min.
Table 1-3: Electrical specifications for PS740G gas ovens
Main Blower
Voltage
Control Circuit
Voltage
Phase
Freq
Current
Draw
Poles
Wires
208-240VAC
208-240VAC
1Ph
50/60Hz
11-9.6 Amp
2 Pole
3 Wire (2 hot, 1 gd)
Table 1-4: Gas orifice and pressure specifications for PS740G gas ovens
Gas
Type
Main Orifice I.D.
PS740G
Natural
0.1065″ (0.120mm)
Propane
0.067″ (1.9mm)
Supply (Inlet)
Pressure
Orifice (Manifold)
Pressure
Bypass
Pressure
6-8″ W.C. (14.9 - 19.9mbar)
3.5″ W.C. (8.7mbar)
0.25-0.3″ W.C. (0.6-0.8 mbar)
11-14″ W.C. (27.4 - 34.9mbar)
10.0″ W.C. (24.9mbar)
0.9-1.0″ W.C. (2.2-2.5 mbar)
IMPORTANT – Additional electrical information is provided on the oven’s serial plate, and on the wiring diagram inside the
machinery compartment.
GAS ORIFICE AND PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS (PER OVEN CAVITY) - CE OVENS
Supply (Inlet) Pressure
Main
Orifice
dia.
IT,PT,ES,SE,
UK,CH,IT,AT,
DK,FI
I2H
G20
0.120″
(3.05 mm)
G25
G30
Gas
Type
SE,CH,AT,DK,
FI,DE,NL
I3B/P
BE,IE,IT,PT,
ES,UK
I3+
Orifice
(Manifold)
Pressure
Rated
Heat
Input
20
mbar
--
--
11.21
mbar
22.36
kW-hr.
--
--
--
--
16.19
mbar
22.36
kW-hr.
--
--
29 or 50
mbar
28-30, 37
or 50 mbar
26.2
mbar
22.59
kW-hr.
NL
I2L
DE
I2E
BE,FR
I2E+
20
mbar
--
20
mbar
0.120″
(3.05 mm)
--
25
mbar
0.075″
(1.9 mm)
--
--
NOTE
Wiring Diagrams are contained in Section 5 of this Manual
and are also located inside the oven at the
bottom of the Control Panel.
Additional electrical information is provided on the oven's serial plate.
This Manual Must Be Kept For Future Reference
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SECTION 2 – INSTALLATION
WARNING – After any conversions, readjustments, or service work on the oven:
• Perform a gas leak test.
• Test for proper combustion and gas supply.
• Test for correct air supply, particularly to the • Check that the ventilation system is in operation.
burner blower.
WARNING - Keep the appliance area free and clear of combustibles.
WARNING – The oven must be installed on an even (level) non-flammable flooring and any adjacent walls
must be non-flammable. Recommended minimum clearances are specified in the Description section of
this manual.
WARNING – Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air to and from your oven. There must
be no obstructions around or underneath the oven. Constructional changes to the area where the oven
is installed shall not affect the air supply to the oven.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire, the appliance is to be mounted on floors of noncombustible construction with
noncombustible flooring and surface finish and with no combustible material against the underside thereof, or on
noncombustible slabs or arches having no combustible material against the underside thereof, such construction
shall in all cases extend not less than 12 inches (304mm) beyond the equipment on all sides.
CAUTION: For additional installation information, contact your local Authorized Service Agent.
NOTE – There must be adequate clearance between the oven and combustible construction. Clearance must also
be provided for servicing and for proper operation.
NOTE – An electrical wiring diagram for the oven is located inside the machinery compartment.
NOTE: All aspects of the oven installation, including placement, utility connections, and ventilation requirements,
must conform with any applicable local, national, or international codes. These codes supersede the requirements
and guidelines provided in this manual.
NOTE: In the USA, the oven installation must conform to local codes. In the absence of local codes, gas oven
installations must conform with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1. Gas and electric ovens, when installed,
must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code (NEC), or ANSI/NFPA70.
NOTE: In Canada, the oven installation must conform with local codes. In the absence of local codes, gas
oven installations must conform with the Natural Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149.1, or the Propane Gas
Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149.2, as applicable. Gas and electric ovens, when installed, must be electrically
grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the Canadian Electrical Code
CSA C22.2.
NOTE: In Australia, the oven installation must conform with local codes. In the absence of local codes, gas
oven installations must conform with the requirements of AS5601/AG601, Gas, Electricity, and any other relevant
statutory regulations.
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PS740 24″″ OVEN INSTALLATION
REQUIRED KITS AND EQUIPMENT
PS740
Gas Oven
Installation
Kit
P/N61452
PS740
Single Oven
Option Base w/
15″ Legs,
Casters & Top
Kit
P/N61123
PS740 Single Gas Oven
1
1
PS740 Double Gas Oven
2
PS740 Triple Gas Oven
3
TYPE OF INSTALLATION
PS740
DoubleOven
OptionBase w/
6″ Legs,
Casters & Top
Kit
P/N61457
PS740
TripleOven
OptionBase w/
Casters& Top
Kit
P/N61458
1
1
PARTS LIST FOR SERIES PS740 GAS OVEN
INSTALLATION KIT
P/N 61452
(Two required for double oven)
(Three required for triple oven)
ITEM
NO.
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1
22361-0001
FLEXIBLE GAS HOSE
2
1
61823
CONVEYOR END STOP
3
1
31461
CONVEYOR LEFT REAR STOP
4
1
42612
SERVICE AGENCY DIRECTORY
5
1
22500-0080
6
1
51054
LABEL, MM
ASSY, HANDLE & DOOR
Figure 2-1A. PS740-Series Gas Oven Installation Parts
3
1
2
6
5
4
4
PS740 OVEN INSTALLATION
REQUIRED KITS AND EQUIPMENT
PS740
Gas Oven
Installation
Kit
P/N61033
PS740
Single Oven
Option Base w/
15″ Legs,
Casters & Top
Kit
P/N59720
PS740 Single Gas Oven
1
1
PS740 Double Gas Oven
2
PS740 Triple Gas Oven
3
TYPE OF INSTALLATION
PS740
DoubleOven
OptionBase w/
6″ Legs,
Casters & Top
Kit
P/N59725
PS740
TripleOven
OptionBase w/
Casters& Top
Kit
P/N59726
1
1
PARTS LIST FOR SERIES PS740 GAS OVEN
INSTALLATION KIT
P/N 61033
(Two required for double oven)
(Three required for triple oven)
ITEM
NO.
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1
22361-0001
FLEXIBLE GAS HOSE
2
1
61823
CONVEYOR END STOP
3
1
55027
CONVEYOR LEFT REAR STOP
4
1
42612
SERVICE AGENCY DIRECTORY
5
1
22500-0080
6
1
51054
LABEL, MM
ASSY, HANDLE & DOOR
Figure 2-1B. PS740-Series Gas Oven Installation Parts
3
1
2
6
5
4
5
Figure 2-2A. Model PS740 24″″ Single Oven
Option Base with Legs and Top
1
8
HARD WARE BA G
5, 6, 7, 10 & 11
3
4
2
9
12
PARTS LIST FOR PS740 SERIES 24″″ SINGLE OVEN OPTION - BASE w/15″″ LEGS & TOP
P/N 61123
ITEM NO.
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1
61126
COMPLETE BASE WELDMENT
2
4
37900-0024
TOP PLATE, LEG WELDMENT
3
2
22290-0009
SWIVEL CASTER W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
4
2
22290-0010
SWIVEL CASTER FLAT PLATE
5
32
2000531
3/8″-16 × 1″ HEX SCREW, SST
6
32
21416-0001
3/8″ FLAT WASHER, SS
7
32
21422-0001
3/8″ SPLIT LOCK WASHER, ZP
8
1
22450-0228
RESTRAINT CABLE ASSEMBLY
9
1
61125
TOP COVER
10
2
59677
SCR, MS SL TR HD 10-32 × 2-1/2″
11
2
7A2S15
SCR, MS STR TRSHD 10-32 × 3/4″
12
1
61128
SUPPORT, SHELF
6
Figure 2-2B. Model PS740 32″″ Single Oven
Option Base with Legs and Top
1
8
HARD WARE BA G
5, 6, 7, 10 & 11
3
4
2
9
12
PARTS LIST FOR PS740 SERIES 32″″ SINGLE OVEN OPTION - BASE w/15″″ LEGS & TOP
P/N 59720
ITEM NO.
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1
60287
COMPLETE BASE WELDMENT
2
4
37900-0024
TOP PLATE, LEG WELDMENT
3
2
22290-0009
SWIVEL CASTER W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
4
2
22290-0010
SWIVEL CASTER FLAT PLATE
5
32
2000531
3/8″-16 × 1″ HEX SCREW, SST
6
32
21416-0001
3/8″ FLAT WASHER, SS
7
32
21422-0001
3/8″ SPLIT LOCK WASHER, ZP
8
1
22450-0228
RESTRAINT CABLE ASSEMBLY
9
1
59560
TOP COVER
10
2
59677
SCR, MS SL TR HD 10-32 × 2-1/2″
11
2
7A2S15
SCR, MS STR TRSHD 10-32 × 3/4″
12
1
59724
SUPPORT, SHELF
7
Figure 2-3A. Model PS740 24″″ Double Oven
Option Base with Legs and Top
1
8
HARD WARE BA G
5, 6, 7, 10 & 11
3
4
2
9
12
PARTS LIST FOR PS740 SERIES 24″″ DOUBLE OVEN OPTION - BASE w/6″″ LEGS & TOP
P/N 61457
ITEM NO.
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1
61126
COMPLETE BASE WELDMENT
2
4
37900-0102
TOP PLATE, LEG WELDMENT
3
2
22290-0009
SWIVEL CASTER W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
4
2
22290-0010
SWIVEL CASTER FLAT PLATE
5
32
2000531
3/8″-16 × 1 HEX SCREW, SST
6
32
21416-0001
3/8″ FLAT WASHER, SS
7
32
21422-0001
3/8″ SPLIT LOCK WASHER, ZP
8
1
22450-0228
RESTRAINT CABLE ASSEMBLY
9
1
61125
TOP COVER
10
2
59677
SCR, MS SL TR HD 10-32 × 2-1/2″
11
2
7A2S15
SCR, MS STR TRSHD 10-32 × 3/4″
12
1
61128
SUPPORT, SHELF
8
Figure 2-3B. Model PS740 32″″ Double Oven
Option Base with Legs and Top
1
8
HARD WARE BA G
5, 6, 7, 10 & 11
3
4
2
9
12
PARTS LIST FOR PS740 SERIES 32″″ DOUBLE OVEN OPTION - BASE w/6″″ LEGS & TOP
P/N 59725
ITEM NO.
QTY
PART NO.
1
1
60287
DESCRIPTION
COMPLETE BASE WELDMENT
2
4
37900-0102
TOP PLATE, LEG WELDMENT
3
2
22290-0009
SWIVEL CASTER W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
4
2
22290-0010
SWIVEL CASTER FLAT PLATE
5
32
2000531
3/8″-16 × 1 HEX SCREW, SST
6
32
21416-0001
3/8″ FLAT WASHER, SS
7
32
21422-0001
3/8″ SPLIT LOCK WASHER, ZP
8
1
22450-0228
RESTRAINT CABLE ASSEMBLY
9
1
59560
TOP COVER
10
2
59677
SCR, MS SL TR HD 10-32 × 2-1/2″
11
2
7A2S15
SCR, MS STR TRSHD 10-32 × 3/4″
12
1
59724
SUPPORT, SHELF
9
Figure 2-4A. Model PS740 24″″ Triple Oven
Option Base with Outriggers and Top
1
15
HARDWARE BAG
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, & 17
3
5
4
6
2
16
PARTS LIST FOR PS740 SERIES 24″″ TRIPLE OVEN OPTION - BASE w/CASTERS & TOP
P/N 61458
ITEM NO.
1
QTY
1
PART NO.
61126
DESCRIPTION
COMPLETE BASE WELDMENT
2
4
45209
3
2
22290-0009
SWIVEL CASTER, W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
4
2
22290-0010
SWIVEL CASTER, FLAT PLATE
5
4
45206
QUAD OUTRIGGER WELDMENT
INSERT,QUAD ADJUSTMENT FOOT
6
4
45205
SPACER,QUAD CASTER
7
32
A27727
3/83 -16x1-1/4 HEX BOLT
8
32
A21924
3/83 FLAT WASHER, SS
9
32
21422-0001
10
16
21172-0004
11
8
2001048
1/23 -13 x 1-3/8 18-8 HEX CAPSCREW
12
8
A27750
1/23 18-8 FLAT WASHER
13
8
21422-0016
1/23 18-8 LOCK WASHER
14
2
59677
SCR, MS SL TR HD 10-32X2-1/2
15
1
22450-0228
RESTRAINT CABLE ASSEMBLY
16
1
61125
17
2
7A2S15
3/83 SPLIT LOCK WASHER, ZP
3/83 -16 NYLON INSULATED LOCKNUT, ZC
TOP COVER
SCR, MS STR TRSHD 10-32X3/4″
10
Figure 2-4B. Model PS740 32″″ Triple Oven
Option Base with Outriggers and Top
1
15
HARDWARE BAG
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, & 17
3
5
4
6
2
16
PARTS LIST FOR PS740 SERIES 32″″ TRIPLE OVEN OPTION - BASE w/CASTERS & TOP
P/N 59726
ITEM NO.
1
QTY
1
PART NO.
60287
DESCRIPTION
COMPLETE BASE WELDMENT
2
4
45209
3
2
22290-0009
SWIVEL CASTER, W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
4
2
22290-0010
SWIVEL CASTER, FLAT PLATE
5
4
45206
INSERT,QUAD ADJUSTMENT FOOT
6
4
45205
SPACER,QUAD CASTER
7
32
A27727
3/83 -16x1-1/4 HEX BOLT
8
32
A21924
3/83 FLAT WASHER, SS
9
32
21422-0001
10
16
21172-0004
11
8
2001048
1/23 -13 x 1-3/8 18-8 HEX CAPSCREW
12
8
A27750
1/23 18-8 FLAT WASHER
13
8
21422-0016
1/23 18-8 LOCK WASHER
QUAD OUTRIGGER WELDMENT
3/83 SPLIT LOCK WASHER, ZP
3/83 -16 NYLON INSULATED LOCKNUT, ZC
14
2
59677
SCR, MS SL TR HD 10-32X2-1/2
15
1
22450-0228
RESTRAINT CABLE ASSEMBLY
16
1
59560
17
2
7A2S15
TOP COVER
SCR, MS STR TRSHD 10-32X3/4″
11
B. Recommendations
III. VENTILATION SYSTEM
NOTE THAT THE HOOD DIMENSIONS SHOWN IN
FIGURE 2-5 ARE RECOMMENDATIONS ONLY.
LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CODES
MUST BE FOLLOWED WHEN INSTALLING THE
VENTILATION SYSTEM. ANY APPLICABLE CODES
SUPERSEDE THE RECOMMENDATIONS SHOWN IN
THIS MANUAL. IN AUSTRALIA COMPLIANCE TO
REGULATIONS AS5601/AG601 IS MANDATORY.
IMPORTANT
Where national or local codes require the installation of fire suppression equipment or other
supplementary equipment, DO NOT
mount the
equipment directly to the oven.
MOUNTING SUCH EQUIPMENT ON
THE OVEN MAY:
• VOID AGENCY CERTIFICATIONS
• RESTRICT SERVICE ACCESS
• LEAD TO INCREASED SERVICE
EXPENSES FOR THE OWNER
The rate of air flow exhausted through the ventilation system
may vary depending on the oven configuration and hood
design. Consult the hood manufacturer or ventilation engineer
for these specifications.
To avoid a negative pressure condition in the kitchen area,
return air must be brought back to replenish the air that was
exhausted. A negative pressure in the kitchen can cause heatrelated problems to the oven components as if there were no
ventilation at all. The best method of supplying return air is
through the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)
system. Through the HVAC system, the air can be temperature-controlled for summer and winter. Return air can also be
brought in directly from outside the building, but detrimental
effects can result from extreme seasonal hot and cold temperatures from the outdoors.
A. Requirements
CAUTION:
NOTE: Return air from the mechanically driven system must
not blow at the opening of the baking chamber. Poor
oven baking performance will result.
Gas oven installations REQUIRE a mechanically driven ventilation system with electrical
exhaust air sensing control.
C. Other ventilation concerns
A mechanically driven ventilation system is STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED for electric oven installations.
•
Special locations, conditions, or problems may require
the services of a ventilation engineer or specialist.
PROPER VENTILATION OF THE OVEN IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER.
•
Inadequate ventilation can inhibit oven performance.
•
It is recommended that the ventilation system and duct
work be checked at prevailing intervals as specified by the
hood manufacturer and/or HVAC engineer or specialist.
Figure 2-5. Ventilation System
18″ (458mm)
minimum
(Typical - both
ends of oven)
2″ (51mm)
minimum
12
8″ (203mm)
minimum
3″ (76mm)
minimum
Figure 2-6. Leg extension and casters installation
IV. ASSEMBLY
A. Top Panel and Base Pad Assembly
1.
Install the four leg extensions onto the base pad using
the 3/8″-16 × 1″ screws, 3/8″ flat washers, and
3/8″ lockwashers supplied in the Base Pad Kit. See
Figure 2-6. Check that the finished sides of each leg
extension face OUTWARDS. One rear leg should be
attached using three 3/8″-16 × 1″ screws and the 3/4″
eyebolt, as shown in Figure 2-6. This eyebolt acts as the
anchor point for the restraint cable assembly (see Part C,
Restraint Cable Installation).
2.
If your oven is equipped with the lower shelf, position it in
place as shown in Figure 2-6. Check that the lip on the
shelf faces DOWN. Seal joint between leg and shelf with
NSF listed silicone.
3.
Install one caster onto each leg extension, as shown in
Figure 2-7. Use the 3/8″-16 × 1″ screws, 3/8″ flat washers, and 3/8″ lockwashers supplied in the Installation Kit.
The locking casters should be installed at the FRONT of
the oven. The non-locking casters should be installed at
the REAR of the oven.
4.
Install the lower oven cavity onto the base pad.
See Fig 2-7.
5.
For single ovens ONLY:
Finished sides of
leg extension face
corner of base
pad
Lower
shelf
Domestic and
standard export
ovens:
Locking casters FRONT of oven
Non-locking casters REAR of oven
3/8″ flat
washer
Install the top panel using the screws included in the base
pad kit, as shown in Figure 2-8. Then, skip ahead to Part
C, Restraint Cable Installation.
3/8″ lock
washer
For double or triple ovens:
3/8″-16 × 1″
hex screw
Continue on to Part B, Stacking. Note that the top panel
should NOT be installed for double and triple ovens until
after stacking the oven cavities.
Figure 2-7. Base pad Installation
Figure 2-8. Top panel installation
Bottom oven•
cavity
#10-32 × 2-1/2″
screw length
#10-32 × 3/4″
screw length
Assembled•
base pad
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Top
panel
C. Restraint Cable Installation
NOTE: DO NOT install top panel onto double or triple
ovens until AFTER stacking the oven cavities. See
Part B, Stacking.
For single ovens, skip ahead to Part C, Restraint Cable
Installation.
Because the oven is equipped with casters, a restraint cable
assembly must be installed to limit the movement of the appliance without depending on the connector and the quick disconnect device or its associated piping. One end of the cable is
anchored to the eyebolt on the rear surface of the oven’s base
pad, while the other is anchored to the wall. See Figure 2-11.
IMPORTANT
Middleby Marshall STRONGLY RECOMMENDS that PS740
Gas oven cavities be stacked BY AUTHORIZED PERSONEL.
After connecting the restraint cable, move the oven to its final
location. Adjust the bottom (hex) sections of the feet so that
the casters are off the floor. For quad ovens, lock the two
front casters.
Contact your Middleby Marshall Authorized Service Agent for
complete stacking instructions.
Figure 2-10. Top panel installation
B. Stacking
1.
Stack an oven cavity on top of the lower oven. Check
the following:
#10-32 × 2-1/2″
screw length
• All four sides of the lower lip (on the bottom edge
of the oven cavity) overlap the top of the lower oven
Top
panel
#10-32 × 3/4″
screw length
• The oven is level
• The oven is firmly seated
See Figure 2-9.
2.
For triple ovens, repeat Step 1 to install the top
oven cavity.
3.
Install the top panel using the screws included in the base
pad kit, as shown in Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-9. Stacking
Figure 2-11. Installing the Restraint Cable
Restraint cable assembly
3/8″-18 × 1″
eyebolt on
rear leg
extension
3/4″ (19mm)
eyebolt
Wall of structure
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D. Conveyor Installation
1.
2.
Figure 2-13. Conveyor placement
Unfold the conveyor as shown in Figure 2-12. Then, begin
to slide the conveyor into the end of the oven. The
conveyor can only be installed from the end of the oven
with the drive motor.
Crumb tray
support
bracket
Continue moving the conveyor into the oven until the
frame protrudes equally from each end of the oven.
Check that the crumb tray supports located on the underside of the conveyor frame rest firmly against the lower
end plugs, as shown in Figure 2-13.
3.
When the conveyor is positioned properly, check for
freedom of movement of the conveyor belt by pulling it for
about 2-3 feet (0.6-1.0m) with your fingers. The drive and
idler shafts must rotate smoothly, and the belt must move
freely without rubbing on the inside of the oven.
4.
Check the tension of the conveyor belt as shown in
Figure 2-14. The belt should lift about 1″ (25mm).
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE CONVEYOR BELT.
End plug
Conveyor
placed in
oven
NOTE: If necessary, the belt tension can be adjusted by
turning the conveyor adjustment screws, located at
the idler (non-control) end of the conveyor. See
Figure 2-14.
Figure 2-12. Conveyor installation
Folded
frame
Figure 2-14. Conveyor Belt tension
Idler end (with belt tension
adjustment screws)
1″ (25mm)
vertical
deflection
Adjustment
screws (2) on
idler end of
conveyor
Drive end (with
drive sprocket)
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5.
If it is necessary to add or remove conveyor links to
achieve the correct tension, OR if it is necessary to
reverse the conveyor belt for correct orientation, the belt
will need to be removed from the conveyor frame. If this
is necessary, perform the following procedure:
REVERSING THE CONVEYOR BELT
Remove the conveyor from the oven and find the master link
location. Remove master links and remove the belt from the
conveyor frame. Reassemble the belt back onto the frame (in
the reverse direction) and reinstall the master links. Replace the
conveyor assembly in the oven.
• Remove the conveyor assembly from the oven and
place it flat on the floor.
RESETTING DIRECTION JUMPER
• Remove the master links using long-nose pliers. Then,
roll up the belt along the length of the conveyor frame.
Locate Jumper P1 on the conveyor control board. Move jumper
from terminals 1 and 2, and replace onto terminals 2 and 3.
• Add or remove belt links as necessary to achieve the
correct belt tension.
• Replace the belt on the conveyor frame. Check that the
conveyor belt links are oriented as shown in Figure 2-15,
and that the smooth side of the conveyor belt faces UP.
CAUTION:
• Connect the inside master links. Check that the links are
oriented as shown in Figure 2-15.
SWITCHING PHOTO DETECTOR
• Connect the outside master links. Note that the outside
master links each have an open hook on one side. This
hook aligns with the hooks along the sides of the other
conveyor links. See Figure 2-15.
CAUTION:
Figure 2-15. Conveyor and Master Link orientation
CORRECT
master link
position
On the opposite control box, remove the two screws holding the
cover where the photo eye assembly will be positioned. Secure
the photo eye assembly in position with the two screws. Place
the photo eye cover on the opposite control box, where the
photo eye assembly was removed, and secure the two screws.
Secure the access door with the three screws.
Incorrect
master link
position
E.
Final Assembly
1.
Install the crumb trays underneath the conveyor as shown
in Figure 2-16.
Disconnect Power Before Switching Photo eye.
Remove the three screws securing the access door to the unit.
Open the access door and disconnect the connector fitting to
the photo eye assembly. Remove the two screws securing the
photo eye assembly to the control box. Remove the four nuts
securing the photo eye to the housing. Rotate the photo eye 180
degrees and resecure the photo eye with the four nuts.
• Replace the conveyor into the oven.
Direction
of travel
Shock hazard in compartments electrical filters
are electrically alive.
Remove the three screws securing the access door on the
opposite side. Open the access door, where the photo eye is
now positioned, and connect the photo eye connector fitting.
Secure the access door with the three screws.
Apply power to the unit. Adjust the photo eye height by loosening the two screws securing the photo eye assembly and sliding
the photo eye assembly either up or down, such that the beam
is approximately 1/4 inch above the belt.
Figure 2-16. Crumb Trays
Note:
This is MUCH easier in reduced light.
Replace all covers.
VI. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
WARNING: Authorized installation personnel normally
accomplish the connections for the ventilation system, electric supply, and gas supply,
as arranged by the customer. Following these
connections, the factory-authorized installer
can perform the initial startup of the oven.
Crumb tray
insertion
NOTE: The electric supply installation must satisfy the requirements of the appropriate statutory authority such
as the National Electrical Code, CSA C22.2; the Australian Code AG601; or other applicable regulations.
CONVEYOR BELT REVERSAL
Conveyor belt reversal consists of three steps:
1.
Physically reversing the conveyor belt.
2.
Resetting direction jumper on the conveyor control board.
3.
Switching the photo detector.
NOTE: The electric supply connection must meet all national
and local electrical code requirements.
Check the oven serial plate before making any electric supply
connections. Electric supply connections must agree with data
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Figure 2-17. Utility Connection Locations for Gas Ovens
Strain-relief
fitting
Gas Inlet
(One per Single, Double,
or Triple Oven)
Electrical Junction Box
(One per oven cavity)
on the oven serial plate. The location of the serial plate is shown
in Figure 1-1 (in Section 1, Description).
VII. GAS SUPPLY
A fused disconnect switch or a main circuit breaker (customer
furnished) MUST be installed in the electric supply line for each
oven cavity. It is recommended that the switch/circuit breaker
have Lockout/Tagout capability.
CAUTION:
The supply conductors must be of the size and material
(copper) recommended. Refer to the wiring diagram inside the
machinery compartment of the oven. Electrical specifications
are also listed on the oven’s serial plate and in Table 1-3,
Electrical Specifications (in Section 1, Description).
The oven requires a ground connection to the oven ground
screw. For gas ovens, the screw is located in the electrical
junction box (see Figure 2-14). If necessary, have the electrician supply the ground wire. Do NOT use the wiring conduit or
other piping for ground connections.
Incoming electrical power lines are fed through the strain-relief
fitting, shown in Figure 2-14. The electrical supply connections
are made inside the electrical junction box. The power lines
then connect to the oven circuits through safety switches
located inside the machinery compartment and each blower
motor compartment. These switches interrupt electrical power
to the oven when the Machinery Compartment Access Panel is
opened, OR when the rear panel is removed.
1.
The oven and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressure in excess
of ½ psi (3.45 kPa).
2.
The oven must be isolated from the gas supply piping system
by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any
pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressure equal to or less than ½ psi (3.45 kPa).
3.
If incoming pressure is over 14″ W.C. (35mbar),
a separate regulator MUST be installed in the line BEFORE the individual shutoff valve for the oven.
WARNING: To prevent damage to the control valve regulator during initial turn-on of gas, it is very
important to open the manual shutoff valve
very slowly.
After the initial gas turn-on, the manual
shutoff valve must remain open except
during pressure testing as outlined in the
above steps or when necessary during
service maintenance.
Connection
Refer to the wiring diagram inside the machinery compartment
of the oven to determine the correct connections for the
electrical supply lines. Connect the supply as indicated on the
wiring diagram.
CAUTION:
DURING PRESSURE TESTING NOTE ONE OF
THE FOLLOWING:
A. Gas Utility Rough-In Recommendations
The following gas system specifications are STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED. Deviating from these recommendations
may affect the baking performance of the oven.
The terms of the oven’s warranty require all
start-ups, conversions and service work to be
performed by a Middleby Marshall Authorized
Service Agent.
Gas Meter
•
•
Gas Line
•
•
•
•
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One or two cavities: 750 cfh meter
Three oven cavities: 1200 cfh meter
DEDICATED LINE from the gas meter to the oven
2″ (50.8mm) pipe for natural gas
2″ (50.8mm) pipe for propane
Maximum length: 2002 (61m). Each 90°elbow
equals 7″ (2.13m) of pipe.
B. Connection
Figure 2-18. Flexible Gas Hose Installation
Check the oven’s gas supply requirements before making the
gas utility connection. Gas supply requirement are listed on the
oven’s serial plate and in Table 1-4. Gas Orifice and Pressure
Specifications (in Section 1, Description).
1/2″ gas
pipe nipple
Check the serial plate to determine the type of gas (Propane or
Natural) to be used with the oven.
Refer to the instructions in the gas hose package (included
in the Installation Kit) before connecting the gas line. One
gas line connection method is shown in Figure 2-18;
however, compliance with the applicable standards and
regulations is mandatory.
3/4″-1/2″
gas pipe
reducer
To Gas
Supply
Pipe
3/4″ gas
pipe nipple
1/2″ gas line
tee with
pressure tap
Inlet, regulated, and pilot gas pressure readings can be
taken using a digital tube manometer at the tap location shown
in Figure 2-19. Figure 2-19 shows the burner assembly and
Figure 2-21 shows the gas valve.
90°
Elbow
Full-Flow
Gas
Shutoff
Valve
NOTE: The installation must conform with local codes or in the
absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1-latest edition.
Quickdisconnect
device
Certain safety code requirements exist for the installation of gas
ovens; refer to the beginning of Section 2 for a list of the installation
standards. In addition, because the oven is equipped with casters, the gas line connection shall be made with a connector that
complies with the Standard for Connectors for Movable Gas
Appliances, ANSI Z21.69 (in U.S.A.), as well as a quick-disconnect device that complies with the Standard for Quick-Disconnect
Devices for Use With Gas Fuel, ANSI Z21.41 (in U.S.A.).
Flexible
Gas Hose
Individual gas
connection for
each oven
cavity
Figure 2-19. Gas Burner Assembly
Gas Burner
C. Gas Conversion
Where permitted by local and national codes, it is possible to
convert ovens from natural to propane gas, or from propane to
natural gas. Use the appropriate Middleby Gas Conversion Kit
for the specific oven model.
CAUTION:
The terms of the oven’s warranty require all startups, conversions and service work to be performed by a Middleby Authorized Service Agent.
D. PS740 Propane Conversion
Two items have to be changed, to change the oven to LP:
1.
Replace main orifices.
2.
Adjust main gas regulator per instructions below.
Manifold Pressure Tap
3.
Disconnect the manifold union closest to the main burner, and
remove the manifold assembly (four screws). Slide out the
manifold assembly (leaving the ignition and sense wires connected). Replace the main orifices.
4.
Replace the main orifices on the manifold assemblies with the LP
units, and replace the manifold assembly. Reconnect the union.
E.
Adjusting the Maximum Pressure Setting
1.
Disconnect pressure feedback connection (if appcable).
2.
Connect a suitable pressure gauge to pipe line or to
outlet pressure tap of gas control concerned, to measure burner pressure (measuring point must be as near
to burner as possible).
5.
6.
7.
8.
Make sure that the appliance is in operation and the
Moduplus® coil is energized with maximum current.
If maximum rate pressure needs adjustment, use an 8 mm
wrench to turn adjustment screw for maximum pressure
setting (clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise to
decrease pressure), until the desired maximum outlet
pressure is obtained.
Disconnect electrical connection of the Moduplus®.
Check minimum pressure setting and readjust if necessary. (See Adjusting Minimum Pressure Setting for
proper adjusting procedure.)
Reconnect pressure feedback connection (if appcable).
If minimum and maximum pressures are set, wire the
Moduplus® in circuit.
9. Close pressure tap screw.
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Figure 2-20. Burner Assembly
Gas
Valve
F.
Adjusting the Minimum Pressure Setting
1.
Disconnect pressure feedback connection (if appcable).
2.
Connect a suitable pressure gauge to pipe line or to outlet
pressure tap of gas control concerned, to measure burner
pressure (measuring point must be as near to burner as
possible).
3.
Disconnect electrical connection of the Moduplus®.
4.
Energize operator, set control in operation and wait until
an outlet pressure is recorded on pressure gauge.
5.
If minimum rate pressure needs adjustment, use an 8 mm
wrench to turn adjustment screw for minimum pressure
setting (clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise to
decrease pressure), until the desired minimum outlet
pressure is obtained.
6.
Check if main burner lights easily and reliable at minimum
pressure.
7.
Reconnect pressure feedback connection (if appcable).
8.
Close pressure tap screw.
G. Checkout
Main•
Pressure•
Tap
Main•
Orifices
Gas Burner
Assembly
After any adjustment, set appliance in operation and observe
through a component cycle to ensure that burner system
components function correctly.
NOTE: The installer MUST verify oven operation prior to
putting oven into service.
H.
Maintenance
It is recommended to check yearly the minimum and the
maximum setting and readjust them if necessary.
Figure 2-21. Gas Valve
Adjustment Screw (5 mm)
for minimum pressure
setting
Adjustment Screw
(8 mm) for
maximum
pressure
setting
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SECTION 3 - OPERATION
WARNING
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
C. Temperature Control/Display
D. Message Bar
E. Energy Level
Indicators
E. Energy Level
Indicators
B. Conveyor Time Setting
A. Main On/Off Button
I. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
A. Main On/Off Button
Displays the average set point of both right and left sides of the
oven. Pressing on the display allows individual temperature
displays and adjustments.
Turns all oven functions on or off. If the oven is below the set
point, it will rise to the set point and turn the conveyor on. If it is
turned off and the oven is above 200° F, the blowers will remain
on until the oven drops below 200° F.
D. Message Bar
Displays messages during oven operation.
B. Conveyor Time Setting
E. Energy Level Indicators
Adjusts and displays the conveyor bake time. Dual belt ovens
have two displays, single units have one.
Displays energy usage on left and right sides of the oven.
C. Temperature Control/Display
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II. NORMAL OPERATION - STEP-BY-STEP2.
A. Daily Startup Procedure
1.
Left actual temperature - Indicates current average temperature of the left side of the oven.
Check that the circuit breaker/fused disconnect is in the On
position. Check that the window is closed. The touch panel
display should be lit.
NOTE: Right to Left temperature settings should not exceed
a differential of 20 °F.
2.
Adjust the conveyor to the desired bake time.
3.
3.
Press the temperature button to display right and left hand
oven settings. Set temperatures as desired.
Right Set point temperature - Pressing on this value allows
the user to adjust the set point for the right side of the oven.
4.
Left Set point temperature - Pressing on this value allows
the user to adjust the set point for the left side of the oven.
5.
Exit - Returns to the main screen.
4.
Press the ON button to activate the oven. The conveyor will
not run, until the oven temperature has reached the set
points.
B. Daily Shutdown Procedure
C. Energy Modes
1.
Make certain there are no products left on the conveyor in
the oven.
2.
Press the ON square to turn the oven off.
Energy Mode One - This mode is automatic, and starts (bake
time +1 minute) after the last product has entered the oven. In
this mode, the main oven blowers will lower to 1500 RPM, while
the oven maintains temperature and belt speed.
3.
Open the window to allow the oven to cool faster.
4.
After the oven has cooled and the blowers have turned off, the
circuit breaker/fused disconnect may be turned off.
Energy Mode Two - The oven lowers its set point by 100° F, and
stops the belt. Anytime that the oven is more than 10 degrees
over its set point, the burners will completely shut off, allowing
the oven to cool and the burners are on minimum flow. The main
blowers will continue to run at 1500 RPM in this mode. Placing
any article on the input belt will cause normal operation of the
oven to resume, and bring the set point back to its original level.
The belt will resume operation once both sides of the oven are
within 5° F of the set point.
Quick Reference – Touch Screen Controller
A. Main Screen
1.
On/Off button - Used to turn oven On and Off.
2.
Conveyor speed - Pressing on either the minutes or
seconds allows a new value to be input for the conveyor
speed. Split belt ovens have two inputs (front and rear
belts).
3.
Oven temperature - Pressing on the set temperature shifts
the user to the oven temperature set point/indicator screen.
4.
Energy level indicators - Indicators to either side of the
screen indicate the energy input to that side of the oven.
5.
Message bar - Indicates various messages pertaining to
current oven conditions.
Energy Mode Three - The oven will turn off completely and
shut off the circulation blowers once the oven temperature has
dropped below 200° F. Placing any article on the input belt will
cause normal operation of the oven to resume, and bring the set
point back to its original level. The belt will resume operation
once both sides of the over are within 5° F of the set point.
Energy Mode Four - This is a complete oven shut down.
Placing anything on the belt will NOT return the oven to
Operation. The ON button on the main screen has to be pressed
to restart the oven.
B. Oven Temperature/Set Point/Indicator Screen
1.
Right actual temperature - Indicates current average temperature of the right side of the oven.
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III. QUICK REFERENCE: TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Oven will not
turn On.
No electrical power
•
Check that the circuit breaker/fused disconnect is on. Make
sure the emergenct stop button is on.
Oven will not
heat.
No gas pressure
•
Make sure main gas is on.
Burner did not light
•
Turn oven off, and restart. If it still does not light, call for
service.
Oven is operating, but
little or no air is coming
from the fingers.
Air fingers may be assembled incorrectly after
cleaning.
•
Turn oven off, and allow to cool. Reassemble fingers correctly.
Conveyor will not move.
Oven is not up to operating
temperature.
•
Allow oven to preheat.
Conveyor may be jammed.
•
Turn oven off, and allow to cool. Check conveyor for blockage.
SCREEN ALERTS
SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
High Control Compartment
Temperature
Clean and replace the front
fan filters.
•
Failure to do this will eventually shut down the oven due to
excessive temperature.
Main Blower problem or
Combustion Blower
problem.
The computer has detected
a problem with either the
main, or burner blowers.
•
This should be corrected by a qualified service technician.
Control Over Temp
Front filters are clogged
•
Clean or replace filters.
Front belt jammed
Front belt has stopped
•
•
Remove obstruction, and restart oven.
If no obstruction, call service.
Rear Belt jammed
Rear belt has stopped
•
•
Remove obstruction, and restart oven.
If no obstruction, call service.
High Temp Error
Thermocouple or
PLC malfunction
•
Call service
Belt off-Oven not
in temperature
Normal operation until
Oven reaches operating
temperature
Energy Saving Mode 1
Normal operation
Energy saving mode 2
Normal Operation
Energy saving Mode 3
Normal operation
SOLUTION
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SECTION 4 - MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Before ANY cleaning or servicing of the oven, perform the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
Switch off the oven and allow it to cool. Do NOT service the oven while it is warm.
Turn off the electric supply circuit breaker(s) and disconnect the electric supply to the oven.
If it is necessary to move a gas oven for cleaning or servicing, disconnect the gas supply before moving the oven.
When all cleaning and servicing is complete:
1.
2.
3.
4.
If the oven was moved for servicing, return the oven
to its original location.
If the restraint cable was disconnected to clean or
service the oven, reconnect it at this time.
Reconnect the gas supply.
Reconnect the electrical supply.
5.
Turn on the full-flow gas safety valve. Test the gas
line connections for leaks using approved leak test
substances or thick soap suds.
Turn on the electric supply circuit breaker(s).
Perform the normal startup procedure.
6.
7.
WARNING
Possibility of injury from moving parts and electrical shock exists in this oven. Switch off and lockout/tagout
the electric supply BEFORE beginning to disassemble, clean, or service any oven. Never disassemble or clean
an oven with the BLOWER ( ) switch or any other circuit of the oven switched on.
CAUTION
NEVER use a water hose or pressurized steam-cleaning equipment when cleaning this oven. To avoid saturating the oven
insulation, DO NOT use excessive amounts of water. DO NOT use a caustic oven cleaner, which can damage the bake
chamber surfaces.
NOTE
ANY replacement parts that require access to the interior of the oven may ONLY be replaced by a Middleby Marshall
Authorized Service Agent. It is also strongly recommended that the 3-Month Maintenance and 6-Month Maintenance
procedures in this section be performed ONLY by a Middleby Marshall Authorized Service Agent.
I. MAINTENANCE - DAILY
A.
Check that the oven is cool and the power is disconnected, as described in the warning at the beginning of
this Section.
B.
Clean ALL of the cooling fan grills and vent openings
with a stiff nylon brush. Refer to Figure 4-1 for the
locations of the grills and vents.
Figure 4-1. Cooling Vents and Grills
C. Clean the outside of the oven with a soft cloth and mild
detergent.
D. Check that ALL cooling fans are operating properly.
CAUTION:
Vents on
front panel
of oven
If a cooling fan is not operating correctly, it must
be replaced IMMEDIATELY. Operating the oven
without adequate cooling can seriously damage
the oven's internal components.
E.
Clean the conveyor belts with a stiff nylon brush. This
is more easily accomplished by allowing the conveyor to
run while you stand at the exit end of the conveyor.
Then, brush the crumbs off the conveyor as it moves.
F.
Remove and clean the crumb trays. If necessary, refer
to Figure 2-16 (in Section 2, Installation) when replacing
the crumb trays into the oven.
Fan grills (2) on rear
of oven and control
compartment
G. Clean the window in place.
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Vent (1) on rear
of machinery
compartment
Figure 4-2. Removing Air Fingers and Plates
II. MAINTENANCE – MONTHLY
NOTE: When removing the conveyor, refer to Figure 2-12 (in
Section 2, Installation).
A.
Check that the oven is cool and the power is disconnected,
as described in the warning at the beginning of this Section.
B.
Remove the crumb trays from the oven.
C. Lift the drive end of the conveyor slightly, and push it
forward into the oven. This removes the tension from the
drive chain. Then, remove the drive chain from the conveyor sprocket.
D. Slide the conveyor out of the oven, folding it as it is removed.
E.
Remove the end plugs from the oven. The end plugs are
shown in Figure 1-1 (in Section 1, Description).
F.
Slide the air fingers and blank plates out of the oven, as
shown in Figure 4-2. AS EACH FINGER OR PLATE IS
REMOVED, WRITE A “LOCATION CODE” ON IT WITH A
MARKER to make sure that it can be reinstalled correctly.
Example of markings:
(Top Row)
(Bottom Row)
T1
B1
T2
B2
T3
B3
T4
B4
T5
B5
Figure 4-3. Disassembling the Air Fingers
T6
B6
G. Disassemble the air fingers as shown in Figure 4-3. AS EACH
FINGER IS DISASSEMBLED, WRITE THE “LOCATION CODE”
FOR THE FINGER ON ALL THREE OF ITS PIECES. This will
help you in correctly reassembling the air fingers.
CAUTION:
Incorrect reassembly of the air fingers will change
the baking properties of the oven.
H. Clean the air finger components and the interior of the
baking chamber using a vacuum cleaner and a damp
cloth. Refer to the boxed warnings at the beginning of this
Section for cleaning precautions.
I.
Reassemble the air fingers. Then, replace them in the
oven, using the “location guide” as a guide.
J.
Replace the end plugs on the oven.
K.
Reassemble the conveyor into the oven. If the drive
sprocket was removed when installing the conveyor,
replace it at this time.
L.
Reattach the drive chain.
M. Check the tension of the conveyor belt as shown in Figure
2-14 (in Section 2, Installation). The belt should lift
between 3 - 4″ (75-100mm). DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN
THE CONVEYOR BELT. If necessary, the belt tension
can be adjusted by turning the conveyor adjustment
screws, located at the idler (right) end of the conveyor.
N. Replace the crumb trays.
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III. MAINTENANCE – EVERY 3 MONTHS
A. Check that the oven is cool and the power is disconnected, as described in the warning at the beginning of
this Section.
B. Vacuum both of the blower mounts, and their surrounding
compartments, using a shop vacuum.
8.
Reassemble the idler shaft into the conveyor. Make
sure that the bronze washer is in place between the
two sections of the shaft. See Figure 4-4.
9.
Replace the conveyor adjustment screws as shown in
Figure 4-4. To allow the conveyor belt to be reinstalled
later, do not tighten the screws at this time.
C. Tighten all electrical terminal screws.
10. Loosen the set screw on both of the conveyor drive
sprockets. Then, remove the sprockets from the shaft.
D. Split Belt Disassembly and Cleaning
11. Check the conveyor configuration as follows:
1.
Refer to Part D, Conveyor Installation, in the Installation section of this Manual. Then, remove the following
components from the oven:
High-speed conveyors are equipped with large flange
bearings at both ends of the shaft, as shown in
Figure 4-5. For these conveyors, remove the two
screws that hold each bearing to the conveyor frame.
With the screws removed, lift the end of the shaft at the
front of the oven, and pull the entire assembly free of
the conveyor frame.
• Conveyor end stop
• Crumb trays
• Chain cover
Standard conveyors are equipped with bronze bushings mounted on spacers at both ends of the shaft, as
shown in Figure 4-5. For these convey-ors, remove
the two screws that hold the bracket to the conveyor
frame. With the screws removed, lift the end of the
shaft at the front of the oven, and pull the entire
assembly free of the conveyor frame. The brackets
will be removed along with the drive shaft assembly.
• Drive chains
• End plugs
• Conveyor assembly
2.
Remove the master links from each conveyor belt.
Then, roll the belts up along the length of the conveyor
to remove them from the frame.
3.
Remove the two conveyor adjustment screws from
the idler end of the conveyor frame, as shown in
Figure 4-4.
4.
Remove the idler shaft assembly from the conveyor.
5.
Pull apart the two sections of the idler shaft.
6.
Clean the shafts thoroughly using a rag. Then, lubri-cate
both the extended shaft and the interior of the hollow
shaft using a light food-grade lubricant. DO NOT
lubricate the shafts using WD40 or a similar product.
This can cause the shafts to wear rapidly.
7.
12. Disassemble and lubricate the two sections of the
drive shaft as described for the idler shaft, above.
13. Before reassembling the shafts into the conveyor
frame, check that they are oriented properly.
14. Reassemble the drive shaft into the conveyor. Make
sure that the bronze washer is in place between the
two sections of the shaft. See Figure 4-4.
15. Replace the drive sprockets. Reassemble the belts
and master links onto the conveyor.
16. Reinstall the end plugs and conveyor onto the oven.
Before reassembling the shafts into the conveyor
frame, check that they are oriented properly.
17. Reattach the drive chains. Replace the chain cover.
18. Check the tension of the conveyor belt as shown in
Figure 2-14 (in Section 2, Installation). The belt should
lift about 1″ (25mm). If necessary, adjust the belt
tension by turning the conveyor adjustment screws.
Figure 4-4. Disassembling the idler shaft
19. Replace all components onto the oven.
Figure 4-5. Drive shaft configurations
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Figure 4-7. Rear panel access
Figure 4-6. Disassembling the drive shaft
Remove eight (8)
screws to remove
rear panel
Bearings
(2 total)
Blower belt
Blower motor
Loosen four (4) screws to adjust
motor position and belt tension
IV. MAINTENANCE - EVERY 6 MONTHS
E. Blower Belt
1.
Remove the six screws shown in Figure 4-7. Then,
remove the rear panel from the oven.
2.
Check the blower belt for the proper 1/4″ (6mm) deflection at the center, and for cracking or excessive wear.
See Figure 4-7. Overtightening the belt will cause premature
bearing failure and possible vibrations. A loose belt may also
cause vibrations.
3.
If necessary, adjust the tension of the belt by loosening
the four motor mounting bolts. Reposition the motor as
neccessary until the correct 1/4″ (6mm) deflection is
reached, then tighten the bolts.
A.
Check that the oven is cool and the power is disconnected, as described in the warning at the beginning of
this Section.
B.
Check for excessive wear on the conveyor drive motor
brushes. The brushes should be replaced if they have
worn to less than 1/4" (6mm) in length. Be sure to replace
the brushes in exactly the same position.
C. For gas ovens, inspect and clean the burner nozzle and
the spark electrode assembly.
D. Check the conveyor drive shaft bushings and spacers.
Replace the components if they are worn.
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V. KEY SPARE PARTS – Available separately. See Figure 4-8.
1
2
3
4
5
10
15
16, 17, 18
22
19
20
21
Figure 4-8. Key Spare Parts
KEY SPARE PARTS PS740 GAS
ITEM QTY.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
P/N
60190
58920
58679
60194
M9608
60196
97525
51399
60598
57288
50239
60679
60671
33983
32108
60684
58668
58669
60250
59132
59668
48455
50240
60636
DESCRIPTION
Digital Display, Programmed
Motor, Conveyor Drive
Conveyor Control Board
Inverter, Programmed
Power Supply
Kit, Thermocouple
Fan Cooling Control
Fan Cooling Rear
Air Switch
Motor, Blower
Ignition Module
Assy, Valve Gas Modulating
Board, Signal Cond. 0-15VDC
High Limit Control Module,240V
Transformer,240Vp:24Vs
Control,C14RS Programmed
Thermocouple Module
Current Module
PhotoCell
Relay, DPDT 24V Coil
Belt, Blower
Ignitor, Single Rod
Ignition Cable, 25″
Bearing, PB 5/8 B
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23
24
Middleby-Marshall Model Number G208-240 Volt 50/60 Hz, 1 Phase
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59324 Rev. E
SECTION 5 - WIRING DIAGRAM
NOTES
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NOTES
30
NOTES
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WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance
can cause property damage, injury or death. Read the installation,
operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before
installing or servicing this equipment.
NOTICE
During the warranty period, ALL parts replacement and servicing should be performed
by your Middleby Marshall Authorized Service Agent. Service that is performed by
parties other than your Middleby Marshall Authorized Service Agent may void your
warranty.
NOTICE
Using any parts other than genuine Middleby Marshall factory manufactured parts
relieves the manufacturer of all warranty and liability.
NOTICE
Middleby Marshall reserves the right to change specifications at any time.
Middleby is proud to support the Commercial Food Equipment
Service Association (CFESA). We recognize and applaud
CFESA's ongoing efforts to improve the quality of technical
service in the industry.
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