Belshaw Brothers TG 50 Operator`s manual

Thermoglaze
Model TG 25
Operator’s Manual
For Serial # W04050002 on
Belshaw Bros., Inc.
1750 22nd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144-4590
Phone: (206) 322-5474 š Fax: (206) 322-5425
Toll Free: 1-800-578-2547
Email: service@belshaw.com š http://www.belshaw.com
Congratulations on buying a new
Thermoglaze from Belshaw Bros., Inc. Please
inspect the unit carefully for damage or
missing pieces immediately after receiving
your system. Belshaw cannot pay for shipping
damage, because the freight company has
accepted the machine from Belshaw in good
condition, and is responsible for its safe delivery.
For your protection, each crate should be
inspected before signing the Bill of Lading to
report any visible damage caused by the
trucker in transit, and account for the number
of crates.
EQUIPMENT RECORD
Please provide the information below when you correspond with us about your machine.
Purchased by _____________________________________________________________________
Installed by ______________________________________________________________________
Date of Installation ________________________________________________________________
Model number ___________________________________________________________________
Serial number
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Belshaw Bros., Inc.
1750 22nd Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144-4590
Phone: (206) 322-5474 š Fax: (206) 322-5425
Toll Free: 1-800-578-2547
Email: service@belshaw.com š http://www.belshaw.com
Contents
1
Unloading and Uncrating
1
2
Identification
2
3
Installation
4
4
Assembly
6
5
Operation
10
6
Cleaning
13
7
Maintenance
21
8
Troubleshooting
22
9
Appendix
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Preface
The operator of the Thermoglaze is expected to
behave safely, read this manual before operation,
and follow its instructions and warnings.
Study the instructions and warnings in this
manual carefully before operating the equipment.
A thorough understanding of how to install,
maintain, and safely operate the Thermoglaze
will prevent production delays and injuries. Prior
operation of the equipment before reading and
understanding the instructions in the manual will
void the warranties of the equipment.
To use the Thermoglaze safely, heed the
following warnings and all other warnings that
appear in this manual:
š To avoid damaging the Thermoglaze,
never use force to assemble,
disassemble, operate, clean, or maintain
it.
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1
Unloading and Uncrating
DO NOT LIFT EXCESSIVE
WEIGHT
Once the crate has been delivered,
immediately take the covers off the crate and
inspect for hidden damage. If damage is
found, please see the above information to
make a damage claim to the shipping
company. After inspection, cut the banding
and remove any other restrains from the
Thermoglaze unit. Remove the banding and
other packing material from the Thermolizer
unit. Roll the Thermolizer, carefully, off the
skid first and move it near the area where it
will be assembled. Roll the Thermoglaze
unit, carefully, off the skid and move it near
the area where it will be assembled.
Do not connect the Thermoglaze or the
Thermolizer to electrical power before
completing the assembly and placement of
the products.
The cartons under the Thermoglaze contain the
glaze trough and oven guard. See Section 4 to
assemble the unit. The carton in the Thermolizer
contains the doors and other interior parts. See
Thermolizer manual for assembly instructions.
The Thermoglaze system has been designed for
quick assembly and installation. Within a few
minutes of receiving the system, the installer can
have the Thermoglaze ready to make donuts if
the electrical connections are properly installed
and inspected by the prevailing local authorities.
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Identification
2
This information is key to identification for
service or ordering parts on the ThermoGlaze.
When servicing the equipment, please have the
Model and serial number so the technician can
order the correct parts for you. To identify which
Thermoglaze system you have, please use the
model number key on the following page.
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ThermoGlaze Description Key
Model No: - Doz/hr: - Glaze Pump:
TG
50
25
Location:
Opt. Items: -
Voltage: - Freq: - Phase: -
G = Gear Pump V = End Cover -50
208
L = Lift Pump M = Mono -50
220/240
N = No Pump
A = RF Oper. - 25 400/230
B = LB Oper. - 25
C = LF Oper. - 25
D = RB Oper. - 25
50
60
1
3
C = CE/Export
D = Domestic/Nema
B = Export/Non-CE
W = Domestic/Pin/Sleeve
Note: TG-50 is RF/LB Operate only, without Thermolizer - Screen 17” x 25”
TG-25 includes built in Thermolizer for 12 ½” x 17” Screen
Part No.
Description Key
Drawings
22010
22054
TG-50-G-208-60-1-W
TG-50-GV-208-60-1-D
STD
STD
TNG-2011, TNG-4008
TNG-2011, TNG-4008
22080
22081
22082
22083
TG-25-GA-208-60-1-D
TG-25-GB-208-60-1-D
TG-25-GC-208-60-1-D
TG-25-GD-208-60-1-D
JR.
JR.
JR.
JR.
TJ-2004, TJ-4000
TJ-2006, TJ-4000
TJ-2005, TJ-4000
TJ-2007, TJ-4000
22011
TG-50-GV-220/240-60-1-D STD
TNG-2011, TNG-4008
22012
TG-50-GV-400/230-50-1-C STD
TNG-2011, TNG-4010
22013
22067
TG-50-GV-400/230-50-3-C STD
TG-50-GM-400/230-50-3-C SPL
TNG-2011, TNG-4012
TNG-2012, TNG-4012
Optional Line Items:
TNGG-1011 Heater Assembly - Glaze Tank TG-50
TZ-6 & TZ-17 Thermolizer
SL200-0004 Glazing Screen - 17” x 25” – TG-50
TJ-0001 Glazing Screen – 12 ½” x 17” – TG-25
03/19/04
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Installation
3
Venting:
WARNING
To avoid electrocuting yourself or damaging
the Thermoglaze, never allow water, steam,
cleaning solution, or other liquid to enter the
electrical panels or connections
Electrical:
Model
Dimensions
Power Requirements
TG25
60"L x 31W x
52"H
See data tag
Make sure that the power requirements of the
Thermoglaze, shown on the data plate, match
your power source.
Only plug in to power source that matches the
required voltage and current for the
Thermoglaze. (The Thermoglaze unit TG25
comes standard with a Hubbel 360P6W plug that
needs a 360C6W socket or equivalent for
electrical current.
Local codes prevail. The authorities having
jurisdiction are stated in NFPA 96-1994
regarding requirements for the Thermoglaze.
Building Layouts:
Specification sheets and AutoCAD drawings for
use in developing architectural drawings can be
provided by request. Please call your Belshaw
Bros., Inc. representative for help in defining
your requirements.
Thermolizer Installation
Unpacking and Assembling the
Thermolizer
Use a forklift to transport the shipping crate to
the workstation.
1.
2.
Thermoglaze must be electrically grounded and
connected in compliance with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI-NFPA 70, and applicable
municipal building codes.
3.
Do not apply electrical power to the system until
the assembly has been completed. See Section 4
for the assembly of the Thermoglaze.
4.
5.
6.
Break down the shipping crate.
Remove the packing materials from the
thermolizer, including foam, tape, brown
paper, plastic, and white protective coating.
Do not remove the plastic from the
Plexiglas doors at this time.
Cut the bands holding the control box in
place and remove the control box from the
cabinet.
Remove and discard the plywood that the
control box was resting on.
Inspect the machine to see that no parts are
bent, scratched, or otherwise damaged. If
any damage has occurred in shipping, file a
freight claim with the shipping company
immediately.
Clean the humidifier water box and attach to
filtered water per plumbing codes in your
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7.
area. Refer to Section 6 for cleaning
instructions.
Install screen rack angles onto angle
supports by tilting the angles up and sliding
the flange into the notches of the supports.
See Figure 1.
WARNING
If water is spilled while cleaning the
thermolizer, be sure to dry the floor
thoroughly.
9.
Place the control box into the cabinet, push
the cord through the hole in the bottom to
the right of the control panel, and close the
cord opening cover plate.
10. Remove the protective covering from the
Plexiglas doors. Clean the doors with warm
water.
11. Insert the hinge pin on the right side of the
door into place, and then slip the left side
hinge pin into the slot.
Note: due to vibration in shipping, the door
handles might get out of adjustment. To
adjust door handles: loosen the screws which
fasten the handle to the Plexiglas door, adjust
position of the handle so it just clears the
bottom of the door above when both are
closed, and tighten the screws. If more than
one door handle requires adjustment, start
with the one nearest the top of the proofer and
work down.
12. Turn the control box power switch to the off
position (see Operation Instructions)
13. Connect Thermolizer cord to power source
provided from the ThermoGlaze main power
box. Mail the attached warranty registration
form within ten days of installation.
14. Keep this manual for future reference. Put it
where you know you can find it.
Initial Cleaning
Remove all the packing materials. Wipe the
Thermolizer with a soft, damp cloth. Dry these
areas completely.
WARNING
Figure 1
8.
If not already done, remove the packing
material from the control box and the put
water reservoir cover in place over the water
reservoir.
To avoid electrocution or other injury, turn off
the machine’s main power before attempting
any cleaning, disassembly, adjustment, or
repair.
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Assembly
4
Clean all parts with mild soap and water and
let dry before assembly and applying
electrical power to the equipment.
The Thermoglaze unit is design for ease of
assembly and use. The system is crated in a
manner so there are few pieces to put together
once the Thermoglaze is in place for production.
To help familiarize you with your Thermoglaze,
please study the following photographs:
Figure 4-1 Front view:
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Figure 4-2 Infeed view.
Figure 4-3 Outfeed View:
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Glaze Speed Adjustment
Convection
Heat
Adjustment
Speed
Control
Adjustment
Figure 4-6. Electrical Panel.
Figure 4-4. Control Panel View.
The Thermoglaze system consists of a
Thermoglaze unit and the Thermolizer. They are
placed in unison in the area located for the
production of donuts.
Radiant Heat Adjustment
Initial Setup Procedure of
Thermoglaze Model TG25
Convection Heat Adjustment
Push the up and down arrows on the digital
controller to adjust the convection heat set point.
See Figure 4-4.
Radiant Heat Adjustment
Turn off power to the TG25 before removing any
access covers. This procedure should be
performed only by qualified service technicians.
Remove the electrical box cover on the oven to
access the radiant temperature controller. See
Figure 4-5.
Speed Control/Cook Time
Adjustment:
Turn on the oven and allow it to heat for 30
minutes.
Figure 4-5. Control Box.
Put a glaze screen on the conveyor chains that
run through the oven. With the oven in operation,
time the leading edge of the screen as it enters
the oven until the leading edge just leaves the
exit end of the oven. Turn the converyor speed
adjustment knob until the desired time/speed is
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found. To decrease the cook time, turn the knob
clockwise. To increase the cook time, turn the
knob counterclockwise.
on and off. Higher numbered settings create a
longer on-cycle and high humidity. The factory
setting is 4.5 on the dial.
Glazer Speed Control
Heat Control
Turn off the power to the TG 25 before opening
electrical control box.
This control is located on the right hand side of
the control box behind the front panel. It controls
the air-heating element. The factory setting is to
place the white dot on the knob at 11:00 to
produce 95“ -110“ F.
Turn glazer speed control potentiometer
clockwise to increase flow of glaze or
counterclockwise to decrease flow of glaze. See
Figure 4-6.
TG-25 Factory Settings
1. Convection Heat: 400“ F Digital Controller,
see Figure 4-4
2. Radiant Heat: 6.0 Infinite Controller See
Figure 4-5
3. Conveyor: 7.5 at 90 seconds
4. Glazer: 60% This adjustment needs to be
made according to the thickness of your
glaze. See Figure 4-6
Figure 4-7. Thermolizer Control Box.
Initial Setup of Thermolizer
Humidity Control
This control is located on the left hand side of the
control box behind the front panel. It controls the
water heating element. Set on high, the water
heat element will remain on constantly. Set on
any setting other than high, the control will cycle
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Operation
š
5
Turn on main power switch and allow to heat
to operating temperature. (Note: Heat light
will go out when oven reaches
temperature.)
š
Turn on the Thermolizer and heat for 30
minutes to allow it to reach operating
temperature.
š
Load glaze reservoir with 20 pounds (one
small bucket) of glaze and turn on the glaze
pump.
š
To swing the glaze trough back, turn off
glaze pump, lift up on the mount slightly and
rotate to the trough to the rear. (Optional
Equipment) See Figure 4-3.
š
After the donuts have been in the
Thermolizer for at least 30 minutes (60
minutes for filled product), turn on glazer
using the on switch located on the main
control panel.
š
After the donuts are thawed, place a screen of
donuts from Thermolizer box to the infeed
end of the Thermoglaze conveyor and allow
the screen to travel through the oven and
glazer. This takes approximately 2 minutes.
š
WARNING
Thoroughly clean and dry the floor if water or
other materials are spilled. Materials spilled
on the floor may cause serious injury and loss
of life.
WARNING
Conveyor will automatically start when
Thermoglaze reaches operating temperature.
CAUTION!
Donut screens are hot after coming out of the
glazer and will burn you if you grab them
without the handles.
Operating the Thermolizer
CAUTION
When the screen of donuts is through the
glazer and stopped forward travel, place the
glazed product on a rack for cooling using
the 2 delrin tray grips provided with the unit.
Do not permit water pan to run out of water.
Check often. Use only soft or distilled water
in the operation of this proofer.
CONTROL BOX POWER SWITCH:
Controls the power to the control box.
WARNING
To avoid burning yourself, never touch the
Thermoglaze unit, conveyor, or interior of the
oven while the machine is in use.
Operation Instructions
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the lower door(s) and remove screen(s) or
tray(s) to access the water reservoir. Do not
fill beyond ½” of the top edge. When
finished, replace the cover and doors. If
equipped with the autofill unit, turn on the
water and the filler unit will stop at the
correct water level.
CAUTION
If water is spilled while filling the water pan,
thoroughly dry all surfaces including the
floor. Spilled water may cause serious injury,
loss of life, or damage to equipment. Water
may continue to drip. To prevent the floor
from becoming wet and slippery, use a pan to
collect dripping water. Do not move the
proofer when water is in the reservoir.
Note: Use only distilled or purified water in
the Thermolizer to avoid build-up in the
water box of minerals and deposits normally
found in tap water.
1.
Note: Do not pull the control box out to gain
access to the water reservoir because water
may be spilled when moving the control box.
2.
Turn on control box power switch.
3.
Wait 25 minutes for the Thermolizer to
reach operating temperature.
Lift off water reservoir cover and fill water
reservoir (see Figure 3). If necessary, open
Water Box
access cover
Water reservoir
cover
FIGURE 3
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Cleaning
6
Daily TG Cleaning
Instructions
TG 25 Daily Cleaning instructions.
Disassembly:
4. Remove glaze trough.
1. Remove glaze hose from glaze trough
and pump unused glaze into a clean
storage container.
2. Disconnect main power cord.
5. Remove transfer shaft drive belt.
3. Return glaze tube to the holder in the
glaze kettle.
6. Remove the transfer drive shaft.
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10. Remove the glaze kettle.
7. Remove the drain tray assembly.
11. Remove the lower hose clamp, hose and
hose gasket.
8. Remove the outfeed crumb tray.
9. Removed the hose clamp from the glaze
tank drain.
12. Remove the 4 wing nuts from the glaze
pump cover.
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13. Remove the glaze pump cover and
gasket.
16. Clean the pump shaft splines thoroughly
to prevent the gear from sticking onto the
shaft during assembly.
Note: Allow the oven to cool below 130 deg F.
before disassembling the oven or conveyor.
14. Remove the pump body and gear
impellers.
17. Pull the conveyor drive coupling back to
release the conveyor.
15. Remove the gear impellers from the
pump body.
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18. Remove the conveyor assembly trough
the outfeed end of the oven.
19. Remove the oven crumb tray.
20. Hand wash all parts in hot soapy water,
rinse and sanitize.
21. Allow to dry before assembling.
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Assembly:
1. Install the crumb tray.
2. Install the conveyor into the oven and line
up the locating pins at the outfeed end of
the oven.
Note: lubricate the pump shaft “O” ring and gear
impellers with food grade mineral oil before
installation.
3. Install the glaze pump body.
4. Install the drive gear onto the splined
shaft.
5. Install the lay gear onto the smooth shaft.
6. Install the glaze pump cover “O” ring into
the cover and install the cover onto the
pump. Make sure the “O” ring stays in
the grove during installation.
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7. Install the wing nuts onto the pump, do
not over tighten them.
10. Install the hose clamp. Finger tighten
only, do not use tools.
8. Install a hose gasket on the top of the
pump.
11. Install the glaze hose, gasket and clamp.
Finger tighten clamp only.
9. Install the glaze kettle; make sure the
gasket is properly seated.
12. Install the outfeed crumb tray.
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13. Install the drip tray by lining up the
locating pins at the outfeed end of the
tray.
16. Install the glaze trough.
17. Install the glaze hose into the glaze
trough.
14. Install the transfer drive shaft assembly.
15. Install the transfer shaft drive belt.
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Thermolizer Cleaning
Instructions
Once a week, clean the Thermolizer as follows:
1.
Remove and clean Plexiglas doors with
warm water.
2.
Disconnect from power and remove control
box from cabinet.
3.
Remove and clean the screen rack angles,
angle supports, and air duct.
4.
Wipe the cabinet interior clean.
5.
Special attention should be given to cleaning
the water box (Item 2 of Control Box Assy.,
parts list drawings). Clean the water box as
follows:
a. Turn off water to the Thermolizer
control box.
b. Remove water reservoir cover.
c. Empty the water reservoir pan.
d. Remove water box access cover thumb
screw and rotate access cover to open
position. (see Figure 3)
e. Use a rubber syringe baster to remove
sediment from the water box. Wipe the
inside of the water box with a rag.
f. Add a small amount of water to the
water reservoir pan. Water should flow
freely into the water box. If not, clean
out the water line between the water box
and the water reservoir pan. Check for
blockage at the water box inlet hole first.
g. Close water box access cover and fasten
with thumbscrew.
h. Replace water reservoir cover.
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Maintenance
7
The ThermoGlaze is engineered to need little
maintenance. By keeping the system clean, the
equipment will last for years. The only
maintenance that is required is the following:
When cleaning the donut system, check all
rubber gaskets for wear and replace when
necessary. Check for wear on impellers of the
glaze pump, replace when necessary. .
DO NOT spray machine with water or cleaning
agents to clean. Only wipe main unit off with
damp cloth.
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Troubleshooting
Call Belshaw Bros. at (206)322-5474, or (800)
578-2547. One of our customer support
representatives will be happy to help you. When
you call, please specify the following:
š
The model name of the machine.
š
The serial number of the machine.
š
The voltage, phase, and hertz (cycle) of
the machine. This information can be
found on the small, rectangular data
tag/plate.
8
Following is a troubleshooting chart to help you
identify and solve some basic problems.
WARNING
CAUTION
Disconnect the machine from the power
source before disassembling, repairing, or
wiring.
NOTE
If you perform repairs yourself or have them
performed by anyone other than Belshaw
Bros. or a service technician authorized by
Belshaw Bros., you do so at your own risk.
See page 31 of the Maintenance Appendix for
oven troubleshooting.
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CONVEYOR WILL NOT MOVE
Possible Causes
What To Do
Conveyor is jammed.
Check for obstruction in conveyor and remove.
GLAZER WILL NOT PUMP GLAZE
Glazer motor is not running.
Check to make sure the motor is running.
(See Pump Motor Will Not Run)
Glazer pump impellers are worn.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Replace impellors.
GLAZE IS MISSING THE DONUTS ON ONE SIDE OF THE GLAZE SCREEN
Glazer or glaze trough is not level.
Adjust level of glaze trough by moving set collar.
Glaze pump is running too slow.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect from power.
Open Electrical Enclosure.
Turn glazer speed control clockwise.
Close Electrical Enclosure.
THE PUMP MOTOR WILL NOT RUN
Possible Causes
What To Do
The connection of the power cord to the power
source is faulty.
Make sure the power cord is fully plugged in to a
proper power source.
The circuit breaker has been tripped.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect from power.
Open electrical enclosure.
Reset circuit breaker.
Close electrical enclosure.
THE FILL HOSE IS LEAKING
Possible Causes
What To Do
Fill hose is leaking at the connection.
Hose bracket needs adjusting or tightening.
Fill hose is leaking near the pump.
Check for missing or damaged o-ring.
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Troubleshooting the
Thermolizer
If you have problems with your Thermolizer, call
your dealer or another qualified technician.
If your dealer cannot help you, please call
Belshaw. To do so, first dial the appropriate
international access code, then 1-206-322-5474
(United States). When you call, please specify
the following:
š
The model name of the machine.
š
The serial number of the machine.
š
The voltages, phase, and cycle of the
machine.
WARNING
If you perform repairs yourself or have them
performed by anyone other than a service
technician authorized by Belshaw Bros., you
do so at your own risk.
WARNING
Disconnect the machine from the power
source before disassembling, repairing, or
wiring.
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THE PROOF BOX WILL NOT HEAT UP
Possible Causes
What To Do
Control box power switch is not on.
Flip switch to on position.
Defective heat control.
Replace the heat control.
Loose wire or bad connection.
Repair the wire.
Defective heat element.
Replace the heat element.
Defective control box power switch.
Replace power switch.
LACK OF HUMIDITY OR UNEVEN HUMIDITY
Possible Causes
What To Do
Low water.
Refill water reservoir/Check water is on.
Defective humidity control.
Replace the humidity control.
Defective water heat element.
Replace the water heat element.
Restriction or sediment in the water line or
the water heat box inlet hole.
Clean out water line.
Loose wire or bad connection in humidity
circuit.
Repair loose wire or connection in
humidity circuit.
Blower is not running.
See “Blower Will Not Run” section
Doors out of alignment.
Align doors.
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BLOWER WILL NOT RUN
Possible Causes
What To Do
Control box power switch is not on.
Flip switch to on position.
Defective blower motor.
Replace blower motor.
Defective control box power switch.
Replace control box power switch.
Loose wire or bad connection in blower
control circuit.
Repair loose wire or bad connection.
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Appendix
Assembly/Parts Drawing
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TJ-2006
TJ-1001
TJ-1002
TJ-1003
TJ-1005
TJ-1011
TJ-1500
TJ-1501
Wiring Diagram
TJ-4000
Service Kit
SK-1281
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REC. QTY
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
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1
5
2
1
2
5
4
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
EA
624-0003A
905-0201SS X 7/8
905-0203SS
TJ-0074
GL100-0116
GL100-0132D
GL100-0171
HG18-0031-4
HG18-0031B-4
TNGG-0034C
TNGG-0034D
TNGG-0034M
TNGG-0034Z
TNGT-0009
TJ-0504
TJ-0042
TJ-0053
TJ-0041
TNGT-0169
TJ-0038
TNGV-0060
SWITCH, TOGGLE
SPRING PIN, 1/8 DIA X 7/8" LG
SPRING PIN, 1/8 DIA X 3/4" LG
1" ID SUCTION HOSE (SPIRILITE) 48" LG.
GLAZE TUBE CLAMP
FUSE, 2 AMP
GASKET
CASTER 4"
CASTER W/BRAKE 4"
DRIVE GEAR
LAY GEAR
WING NUTS, PUMP COVER
PUMP O-RING, SHAFT
SPACER, DELRIN, WHITE
BEARING BLOCK, POWER SHAFT
POWER SHAFT
TRANSFER SHAFT DRIVE BELT
REPL. CHAIN ASS'Y
IDLER SPROCKET, 38B10
CONVEYOR DRIVE SHAFT, OUTFEED
TRAY GRIP
THERMOLIZER
EP18/24-0170P
#SWT-0022-240
EP18/24-0116
EP18/24-0250
EP18/24-0078
GL100-0086
#PLT-0001
FAN, AXIAL, (240V)
SWITCH, ROCKER
THERMOSTAT
AIR HEATING COIL (240V)
WATER HEATER ELEMENT (240V)
INFINITE CONTROL, (240V)
PILOT LIGHT
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