Middleby Marshall PS536GS Installation manual

Middleby
Marshall
PS536-Series Electric Ovens: English
®
A MIDDLEBY COMPANY
owner's
operating
& installation
manual
PS536-Series OVENS
Model PS536ES
PS536ES (Double)
©2005 Middleby Marshall Inc.
PS536ES (Single)
PS536ES (Triple)
Part No. 58367
Price $30.00
P: 08/08 Rev. B
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.
NOTICE
The warranty is NOT VALID unless the oven is installed, started, and
demonstrated under the supervision of a factory-authorized installer.
NOTICE
Contact your authorized Service Agency to perform maintenance and
repairs. A 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.
KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A VISIBLE LOCATION NEAR THE OVEN
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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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.
© 2005 - 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
TABLE OF CONTENTS
(Continued)
Page
SECTION 1
I. MODEL IDENTIFICATION .............................................. 1
SERIES PS536 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............. 2
II. PRINCIPLE OF AIR FLOW ............................................. 3
A. Heat Transfer and How It Works .............................. 3
II. PRINCIPLE OF AIR FLOW (Continued) ........................ 4
B. Air Fingers ................................................................. 4
III. COMPONENT FUNCTION ............................................ 5
A. Conveyor Motor and Conveyor Belt ........................ 6
B. Blower Fan ................................................................. 6
C. Electric Heaters ........................................................ 6
D. Window ....................................................................... 6
E. Cooling Fan ................................................................ 7
F. Air Fingers and Blank Plates - See Figure 1-9 ......... 8
SECTION 2
I. UNLOADING ................................................................... 9
PS536 OVEN INSTALLATION
REQUIRED KITS AND EQUIPMENT ........................ 10
PARTS LIST FOR SERIES PS536 ELECTRIC OVEN
INSTALLATION KIT .................................................. 10
PARTS LIST FOR PS536 SERIES SINGLE OVEN
OPTION - BASE W/15″″ LEGS & TOP P/N 34832 ..... 11
PARTS LIST FOR PS536 SERIES DOUBLE OVEN
OPTION - BASE W/6″″ LEGS,
CASTERS & TOP P/N 34833 .................................... 12
PARTS LIST FOR PS536 SERIES TRIPLE OVEN
OPTION - BASE w/OUTRIGGERS & TOP
P/N 34831 ................................................................... 13
RESTRAINT CABLE INSTALLATION .......................... 16
UTILITY ROUGH-IN DIMENSIONS AND POSITIONING
FOR PS536-SERIES OVENS .................................... 17
CIRCUIT BREAKER ..................................................... 17
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................. 17
ELECTRICAL RATING ................................................. 17
SUPPLY WIRE .............................................................. 17
SUGGESTED ................................................................ 17
II. VENTILATION GUIDELINES ....................................... 18
VENTILATION HOOD ................................................... 18
VENTILATION CAPTURE TEST ................................... 18
III. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION INFORMATION FOR
PS536-SERIES OVENS. ........................................... 19
IV. ELECTRIC SUPPLY FOR ELECTRIC-HEATED
OVENS ....................................................................... 19
VI. CONVEYOR REAR STOP AND
END STOP INSTALLATION ...................................... 20
SECTION 3 INSTALLATION
I. CONTROL FUNCTIONS ................................................ 21
II. COMPONENT INFORMATION AND LOCATION ......... 22
A. Door Safety Switch .................................................. 22
B. Blower Switch .......................................................... 22
C. Heat Switch .............................................................. 22
D. Temperature Controller .......................................... 22
E. Conveyor ................................................................. 23
MEASURING CONVEYOR SPEED. ............................. 23
III. STEP-BY-STEP OPERATION ..................................... 24
A. Startup Procedures ................................................. 24
Page
Daily Startup ................................................................. 24
Power Failure ............................................................... 24
B. Shutdown Procedure ............................................... 24
A.Daily Startup Procedure .......................................... 26
IV. NORMAL OPERATION - STEP-BY-STEP .................. 26
V. QUICK REFERENCE: TROUBLESHOOTING ............. 28
SECTION 4 MAINTENANCE
I. MAINTENANCE - DAILY ........................................... 30
A. Exterior .................................................................... 30
B. Cooling Fan .............................................................. 30
C. Conveyor Belt ......................................................... 30
D. Crumb Pans ............................................................ 30
E. Window .................................................................... 30
II. MAINTENANCE - MONTHLY ...................................... 31
A. Removing Conveyor From Oven For Cleaning .... 31
B. Air Fingers Disassembly For Cleaning ................. 33
C. Cleaning the Window .............................................. 34
D. Reassembly of Air Fingers .................................... 34
E. Reinstall End Plugs ................................................. 37
F. Conveyor Reassembly Into Oven .......................... 38
G. Checking Conveyor Belt Tension ......................... 38
H. Conveyor Belt Link Removal ................................ 39
I. Replacing Conveyor Belt ......................................... 40
J. Attaching Drive Chain ............................................ 40
III. MAINTENANCE - EVERY 3 MONTHS ........................ 41
A. Cleaning the Blower/Fan Motor ............................. 41
B. Electrical Terminals ............................................... 42
C. Ventilation ............................................................... 42
D. Checking the Blower/Fan Belt ............................... 42
E. Blower Fan Shaft Bearing Lubrication .................. 43
F. Split-belt Conveyor Shaft Cleaning ........................ 43
IV. MAINTENANCE - EVERY 6 MONTHS .................... 44
PS540-SERIES ELECTRIC OVEN KEY SPARE
PARTS ....................................................................... 46
KEY SPARE PARTS KIT .............................................. 46
SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Charts ..................................................... 47
SECTION 6 - PARTS LIST
OVEN PANELS, WINDOW AND LEGS ............................ 51
CONTROL PANEL ........................................................... 53
BLOWER AND SHROUD ................................................. 55
CONVEYOR ...................................................................... 57
SPLIT BELT CONVEYOR ................................................. 59
MACHINERY COMPARTMENT ....................................... 61
SECTION 7 ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
Wiring Diagram, E208-240 50/60, 3PH 4W PS536 ........ 63
Wiring Diagram, E380-480 50/60, 3PH 5W PS536 ........ 64
Wiring Diagram, E380V 50/60, 3PH 5W PS536 .............. 65
NOTE
Wiring Diagrams are in Section 7 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
SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
I.
MODEL IDENTIFICATION
The Middleby Marshall PS536ES-Series may be used
either as a single oven or stacked for use as double or triple
ovens. The major difference between the oven models in
this series is the width of the conveyor.
A single PS536ES-Series Oven (Figure 1-1) is mounted on
a base pad with legs and casters. A double oven (Figure 12) consists of two, stacked, single ovens. A triple oven
(Figure 1-3) consists of three stacked single ovens. The
lower oven is mounted on a base pad with short legs and
casters.
Figure 1-1. Single PS536ES Oven
On a double or triple oven, the ovens operate completely
independent. All ovens use identical controls and components. One oven can be cleaned or serviced, while the
others are operating.
Figure 1-2. Double PS536ES Oven
Figure 1-3. Triple PS536ES Oven
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
PS536ES SERIES OVEN SPECIFICATIONS
Table 1-1: Dimensions
Overall Height:
single oven with 17-1/2" (446mm) legs
43-1/2" (1105mm)
double oven with standard 17-1/2" (446mm) legs
63" (1600mm)
double oven with optional 20-1/2" (521mm) legs
66" (1676mm)
double oven with optional 25-1/2" (648mm) legs
71" (1803mm)
triple oven with 6" (152mm) legs
71" (1803mm)
46" (1168mm)
with standard 60"/1524mm conveyor
61" (1549mm)
with optional 56"/1422mm conveyor
57" (1447mm)
with optional 76"/1930mm conveyor
77" (1956mm)
Overall Depth:
Overall Length:
Baking Chamber Length
36" (914mm)
Conveyor Width: Single Belt
20" (508mm)
Split Belt
2 x 9-1/2" (241mm)
56" (1422mm) or 60" (1524mm) or 76" (1930mm)
Conveyor Length
Recommended Minimum Clearances:
Rear of oven to wall
3" (76mm)
Control end of conveyor to wall
1" (25.4mm)
Non-control end of oven to wall
1" (25.4mm)
Table 1-2: General specifications (per oven cavity)
Weight
400 lbs. (182kg)
Rated Heat Input:
17 kW/hr.
Maximum Operating Temperature
550°F (288°C)
Warmup Time
25 minutes
SERIES PS536ES ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Main Blower &
Elements Voltage
Control Circuit
Voltage
Phase
Frequency
Amperage
Draw
Poles
Wires
208-240V
208-240V
3 Ph
50/60 Hz
60 Amp
4 Pole
4 Wire
(3 hot, 1 grd)
Voltage
Voltage
208
208
240
240
380-400V
208-240V
Voltage
380-400
400V
3 Ph
50/60 Hz
HEATER AMPERAGE
kW
L1
L2
Voltage
kW
Amp
17-18.8
27.0-29.8
25.8-28.6
380-400 27-29.9 40-44
208-240V
Voltage
480
HEATER AMPERAGE
AMPERAGE
kW
L1
L2
L3
27 kW 75 L1
49.4
49.4
47.2
27 17
17
42.1
42.1
40.9
Voltage
kW
40017
3 Ph
50/60 Hz
HEATER AMPERAGE
kW
Amp
L1
L2
27
21.6
20.4
65
60 Amp
L3
25.8-28.6
N
1.2
NOTE
Wiring Diagrams are contained in Section 7 of this Manual
and are also located inside the oven at the
bottom of the Control Panel
This Manual Must Be Kept For Future Reference
2
5 Wire
(3 hot, 1neut, 1 grd)
4 Pole
5 Wire
(3 hot, 1neut, 1 grd)
N
1.2
60 Amp
L3
20.432.5
4 Pole
SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
II. PRINCIPLE OF AIR FLOW
The fan-style blower draws air into the oven plenum where
it is heated. The blower then pushes the hot air through the
air fingers into the baking chamber. Each air finger
contains an inner plate and outer plate that form the hot air
into jets, distributing it across a conveyor belt on which the
food product rides. Air is then pulled back into the blower
and the process continues. The curving, black arrows of
Figure 1-4 show this air flow.
PS536ES-Series Oven is light in color: To reflect more
heat back onto the food product.
A. Heat Transfer and How It Works
Each PS536ES-Series Oven has a large fan-style blower
to move the hot air through the air fingers and onto the
product to cook/bake the food product most efficiently.
Convection: This path has to do with moving a volume of
air. It explains why hot air rises and cooler air replaces hot
air. An industrial application of this principle is to incorporate a fan to force the hot air movement, which in turn
increases the heat transfer to the food product.
1. Heat constantly moves from a warm object to a cold
object. Heat moves using three different paths: Conduction; Radiation; and Convection.
2. Temperature is the intensity of heat at the point where
it is sensed. As discussed above, heat flows by conduction, radiation and convection. The speed at which the heat
flows is determined by the temperature difference between
the oven and the food product. The larger the difference,
the faster the heat flows to the item that is being baked.
Conduction: This path utilizes surface-to-surface contact. The pizza dough in contact with the pan is a good
example of conduction.
Radiation: This path has to do with objects radiating heat.
Dark objects absorb heat whereas light or shiny objects
reflect more heat. This is the reason that the inside of a
Upper Air Fingers
Conveyor Belt(s)
Window
Lower Air Fingers
Figure 1-4. PS536ES-Series Oven Air Flow
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
II. PRINCIPLE OF AIR FLOW (Continued)
B. Air Fingers
Series ovens used to bake pizza have four bottom fingers
and two top fingers. For special product baking requirements, a number of other styles of fingers and finger
arrangements are available from the factory.
The PS536ES-Series Ovens are conveyorized ovens that
employ vertical jets of hot air streaming from air fingers
(Figure 1-5) to give uniform, intense heating. The vertical
streams of hot air provide an exceptional heat transfer rate
and generally bake faster and at lower temperatures than
convection hot air or infrared heating ovens.
NOTE: Some customers have a predetermined finger
arrangement. If you have any questions pertaining to the
finger arrangement, please call the factory.
A PS536ES-Series Oven can accommodate up to four
bottom air fingers and four top air fingers. Some PS536ES-
Manifold
Air Flow
From Plenum
Manifold Baffle
Outer Plate
Inner Plate
High Velocity
Columns of Air
on Food Product
Air Flow
From Plenum
Manifold Baffle
Inner Plate
Outer Plate
Manifold
Figure 1-5. Air Fingers, Showing High-Velocity Columns of Air Formed During Passage Through
the Inner Plate and Outer Plate to Heat the Food Product.
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
III. COMPONENT FUNCTION (Figure 1-6)
Figure 1-6. PS536ES-Series Oven Components Locations
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
III. COMPONENT FUNCTION
A. Conveyor Motor and Conveyor Belt
The conveyor belt is driven by a variable-speed electric
motor (Figure 1-7) operating through a gear reducer. The
motor speed is controlled by a digital control. The stainless-steel wire belt can travel in either direction at variable
rates ranging from 3 minutes to 30 minutes; this is the time
that a product can take to pass through the oven.
B. Blower Fan
The blower fan is located at the rear of the oven. This
blower forces heated air through the air fingers. The
BLOWER/Heat switch must be set to “ON” or “I” for oven
warmup and baking.
C. Electric Heaters
There is one heater element mounted on the inside of the
left panel. The element is connected to an electrical
control which is energized by the temperature controller.
If the pilot flame does not light or a loss of flame occurs,
the main gas valve closes.
The main burner gas is extinguished when the HEAT
switch is set to “OFF” or “O”.
D. Window
A window on the front of the oven permits viewing the items
being baked and provides access to the oven for items that
do not require full baking time, such as sandwiches,
cookies, small items, or cheese-melting processes.
E. Cooling Fan — See Figure 1-8
The cooling fans are located in the back of the oven.
These cooling fans draw air through its grille, blowing it
through the blower motor compartment and the control
compartment into the oven top and exhausted out the front
louvers.
F. Air Fingers and Blank Plates - See Figure 1-9
F1. Air Fingers
An Air Finger Assembly is made up of three parts:
1. Outer Plate - The Outer Plate is the removable covering
with tapered holes, which direct the air stream onto the
product being baked.
Figure 1-7. Machinery Compartment
Components
2. Inner Plate -The perforated Inner Plate is vital in forming
the unique air jets. It must be assembled into the manifold
with its holes aligned with the holes of the outer plate.
3. Manifold - The Manifold is the assembly which slides
on tracks into the oven plenum.
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
Figure 1-8. Cooling Fan
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SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION
F2. Blank Plates
1. Blank Plates- The Blank Plates are available to install
on the plenum where an air finger is not required.
Half Blank Plate
Outer Plate
Blank Plate
Inner Plate
Finger
Manifold
Assembly
Baffle
Figure 1-9. Blank Plates (two sizes) and an Air Finger.
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
NOTE: The oven, 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.
I. UNLOADING
Your Middleby Marshall PS536ES-Series Oven is shipped
partially assembled. It will arrive in a carton on a crate.
Carton size for a PS540-Series Oven is:
NOTE
58″ (2134mm) Long ×
There must be adequate clearance between
the oven and any adjacent combustible construction. Clearance must also be provided
for servicing and for operation.
47.25″ (1473mm) Wide ×
36″ (1118mm) High ×
The crate and carton must be examined before signing the
Bill of Lading. Report any visible damage to the transport
company, and check for the proper number of crates. If
apparent damage is found, make arrangements to file a
claim against the carrier. Surface Interstate Commerce
Regulations (U.S.A.) require that the claim must be
initiated by the consignee within 10 days from the date that
the shipment is received.
CAUTION
It is required that the oven be placed under a
ventilation hood for adequate air supply and
ventilation.
CAUTION
A Pre-installation Procedures Manual (MM P/N 88910-0009)
is attached to the exterior wall of the carton. This manual
contains detailed instructions on unpacking and moving the
oven(s) to the operating site. When the transport company
notifies you of an impending delivery, arrange to have a forklift
at your facility to unload the carton(s).
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air to and from your oven. Do not
obstruct the ventilation holes in the Control Panel.
CAUTION
On ovens with the Machinery Drive Compartment
located at the right end, a minimum clearance of
0″ to a left side wall, 18″ to a right side wall and 6″
from a back wall to air openings at the rear of the
oven must be maintained. On ovens with the
machinery/drive compartment located at the left
end, a minimum clearance of 0″ to a right side
wall, 18″ to a left side wall and 6″ from a back wall
to air openings at the rear of the oven must be
maintained.
Instructions for stacking the ovens is continued in a
separate manual used by Middleby Marshall Authorized
Installers.
If you have a door wider than the carton, simply move the
carton into your facility and arrange an appointment with
your Middleby Marshall Authorized Installer.
If your door is narrower than the carton, then the oven will
have to be unpacked. Follow the directions shown in the
Pre-Installation Procedures Manual.
For servicing and cleaning, a minimum of 18″
clearance from all walls is recommended.
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
PS536ES OVEN INSTALLATION
REQUIRED KITS AND EQUIPMENT
TYPE
OF
INSTALLATION
PS536ES Single Oven
PS536ES Double Oven
PS536ES
Single Oven
Installation
Kit P/N
44919
45529 (CE)
PS536ES
Double Oven
Installation
Kit P/N
44920
45530 (CE)
PS536ES
Triple Oven
Installation
Kit P/N
44921
45531 (CE)
1
PS536ES
Additional Cavity
Installation
Kit P/N
44974
45532 (CE)
1
1
2
PS536ES Triple Oven
1
10
3
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
Figure 2-1 - Installation Kit
I.
INSTALLATION KIT - see Figure 2-1
Item
1
2
3
4a
Qty.
Single
Oven
1
2
1
4
Qty.
Double
Oven
1
2
1
4
Qty.
Triple
Oven
1
2
1
--
Part No.
48605
3A80A8801
42893
42890
Inc. with
domestic
ovens?
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Inc. with
CE
ovens?
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Description
Top panel
Screw, pan head #10 x 2″
Base pad
17-1/2″ (445mm) leg extension, for single and
double ovens
4b
-4
-45360
Yes
Yes
20-1/2″ (521mm) leg extension, optional
4c
-4
-45329
Yes
Yes
25-1/2″ (648mm) leg extension, optional
4d
--4
44799
Yes
Yes
6″ (152mm) leg extension, for triple ovens only
5
2
2
2
22290-0009
Yes
Yes
Caster, with flat plate and brake
6
2
2
2
22290-0010
Yes
Yes
Caster, with flat plate (no brake)
NOTE: Domestic and standard export ovens include 2 braking casters (item 5) and 2 non-braking casters (Item 6). CE-approved
ovens include 4 non-braking casters (Item 6) SOLELY for the purpose of moving the oven to the installation location. Casters are
NOT suitable for use as part of CE oven installations. Refer to the notice on the preceding page.
7
4
4
4
22450-0028
No
No
Leg, adjustable, 6″ (152mm)
8
1
1
1
21392-0004
Yes
Yes
Eyebolt, 3/4″
9
A/R
A/R
A/R
220373
Yes
Yes
Hex bolt, 3/8″-16 x 1″
NOTE: CE-approved ovens include 32 hex bolts. Domestic and standard export ovens include 31 hex bolts and one eyebolt (item 8)
that acts as an anchor for the restraint cable (Item 12). CE ovens are mounted on legs (Item 7) and do not use a restraint cable.
10
32
32
32
21416-0001
Yes
Yes
Flat washer, 3/8″
11
32
32
32
21422-0001
Yes
Yes
Lockwasher, 3/8″
12
1
1
1
22450-0228
Yes
Yes
Restraint cable assembly
13
1
1
1
50236
Yes
Yes
Owner's Operating and Installation Manual
14
1
1
1
1002040
Yes
Yes
Authorized Service Agency Listing
15
1
1
-46393
Yes
Yes
Lower shelf
11
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
Figure 2-5. MODEL PS536ES SINGLE OVEN DIMENSIONS
1
ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX
2
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM CLEARANCES:
Rear of Oven to Wall - 6″ (150mm)
Non-control End of Oven to Wall - 0″
Control End of Oven to Wall - 0″
2
2
2
1
12
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
Figure 2-6. MODEL PS536ES DOUBLE OVEN DIMENSIONS
2
2
1
ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX
2
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM CLEARANCES:
Rear of Oven to Wall - 6″ (150mm)
Non-control End of Oven to Wall - 0″
Control End of Oven to Wall - 0″
2
1
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
1
ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX
2
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM CLEARANCES:
Rear of Oven to Wall - 6″ (150mm)
Non-control End of Oven to Wall - 0″
Control End of Oven to Wall - 0″
2
2
2
1
Figure 2-7. MODEL PS536ES TRIPLE OVEN DIMENSIONS
RESTRAINT CABLE INSTALLATION
Install the restraint cable assembly on the oven, as shown
in Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-8. Restraint Cable Assembly Installation
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
UTILITY ROUGH-IN DIMENSIONS AND POSITIONING
FOR PS540-SERIES OVENS
5
WARNING
DO NOT USE CONDUIT OR GAS LINE
FOR GROUND CONNECTION.
ON
6
OFF
2
3
1
24"
610mm
2
CAUTION
6
IT IS REQUIRED THAT THE OVEN BE
PLACED UNDER A VENTILATION
HOOD FOR ADEQUATE AIR SUPPLY
AND VENTILATION.
ON
27"
686mm
OFF
2
3
2
4
13-1/2"
343mm
24"
610mm
ELECTRIC AND GAS SUPPLY TO BE
PROVIDED BY CUSTOMER
Suggested dimensions are shown; utility code
requirements supersede any factors shown.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY SWITCH
15 Amp circuit breaker / fused disconnect switch with
lockout/tagout electrical shutoff for each oven. Wire
each oven separately.
Figure 2-9. Typical PS540-Series Oven(s)
Installation
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GAS SAFETY VALVE
DOMESTIC or EXPORT: 208-240V blower motor,
1 phase, 4.1 Amp draw, 50/60 Hz, 208-240V control
circuit, 2 poles, 3-wire system per oven (2 hot, 1 grd).
A 3/4″ (19mm) ID (inner diameter) full-flow, gas shutoff
valve. A separate connection and valve must be provided
for each oven, as shown in Figure 2-9.
Do NOT use conduit for ground.
REQUIRED GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE
GAS RATING
Natural: 6″ to 12″ water column (13.8 to 29.9 mbar)
Model PS540 is 110,000 BTU/hour (27,720 kcal), 32.2 kW/hr.
Propane: 11.5″ to 12″ water column (28.7 to 29.9 mbar)
MINIMUM GAS METER RATING
450 ft3/hour (12.6m3/h) for 1 or 2 ovens;
SUGGESTED
Add 180 cu. ft./hr (5.1 m3/h) for each additional oven.
If space permits, electric and gas service should be
located near the control console end of the oven(s) to allow
convenient access to safety switches and valves.
Minimum rating does not take other gas appliances into
consideration. Gas consumption varies at each site. Total
BTU/hr (kcal/hr) must be calculated during high flame
operation for each appliance to determine if the meter
needs to be larger.
USER SUPPLIED ITEMS (Figure 2-9)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
MINIMUM GAS PIPE SIZE
Natural: 2″ (51mm) ID for 1, 2, or 3 ovens with runs up
to 200 ft. (61m).
Must be a dedicated line.
Runs over 200 ft, (61m) consult factory.
Propane: 2″ (51mm) ID for 1, 2, or 3 ovens with runs up
to 200 ft. (61m).
Must be a dedicated line.
Runs over 200 ft, (61m) consult factory.
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DESCRIPTION
2″ (51mm) × 2″ (51mm) × 3/4″ (19mm) TEE
3/4″ (19mm) × 3″ (76mm) NIPPLE
3/4″ (19mm) FULL FLOW GAS SHUTOFF VALVE
2″ (51mm) × 3/4″ (19mm) 90° REDUCER ELBOW
2″ (51mm) ID GAS SUPPLY PIPE LINE - NATURAL GAS
15 AMP TOGGLE SWITCH - 2 POLE for GAS
SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
II. VENTILATION GUIDELINES
VENTILATION HOOD
A mechanically driven ventilation system is required for
the PS536ES Series Middleby Marshall conveyorized
electric ovens. The minimum hood canopy dimensions are
outlined below.
The rate of air flow exhausted through the ventilation
system is generally between 1400 and 2500 cu. ft./min.
(40 and 70 m3/min), but may vary depending on the oven
configuration and hood design. 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 heat related
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
system. Through they system, the air can be temperature
controlled for summer and winter. Return air can be
brought in directly from outside the building, but detrimental affects can result from either extreme seasonal hot and
cold temperature from the outdoors.
Local codes and conditions vary greatly from one area to
another and must be complied with. Following are the
suggested requirements for good ventilation. Please remember these are recommendations or guidelines, you
may have a special condition or problem that will require
the services of a ventilation engineer or specialist. Proper
ventilation is the oven owner’s responsibility. Improper
ventilation can inhibit oven performance. It is recommended that the ventilation and duct work be checked out
every three months. Grease filters in the intake of the hood
may be required by local codes.
NOTE: Return air from fan driven system within the hood
must not blow at opening of bake chamber or poor oven
baking performance will result.
Figure 2-10. Vent Hood
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
III. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
INFORMATION FOR PS536ES-SERIES
OVENS.
IV. ELECTRIC SUPPLY FOR
ELECTRICALLY HEATED OVENS
Power requirements for electrically heated ovens are
usually 208 - 240VAC, 3-phase, 4-wire (3 ‘hot’, 1 ground),
although ovens built for export can have power requirements of 380VAC and 480VAC. (These ovens have a 5wire system.) A 2″ (51mm) diameter cutout/hole in the
back of the machinery compartment provides access for
the electrical supply connections. Using flexible cable(s)
for the electrical power supply conductors requires a 2″
(51mm) strain-relief fitting (not furnished) to enable safe
access to the terminal block from which oven power is
distributed.
WARNING
Authorized supplier 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.
The supply conductors must be of the size and material
(copper) recommended to provide the current required;
(refer to the data plate for the ampere specifications). The
electric current rating for each conductor supplying a
PS536ES-Series Oven must comply to local and national
codes.
Check the oven data plate (Figure 2-11) before making any
electric supply connections. Electric supply connections
must agree with data on the oven data plate.
NOTE: The electric supply installation must satisfy the
requirements of the appropriate statutory authority, such
as the National Electrical Code (NEC), ANSI/NFPA70,
(U.S.A.); the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2; the
Australian Code AG601; or other applicable regulations.
Typical specifications for each PS536ES-Series Oven are
208V or 240V, 3-phase, 4-wire, 60-ampere, 17kW; this
oven requires 60-ampere service. A PS536ES-Series
Double Oven (Figure 1-2) installation would require two 60ampere service connections, one for each oven; the 17kW
power consumption also doubles for such an installation to
34kW.
A fused disconnect switch or a main circuit breaker
(customer furnished) MUST be installed in the electric
supply line for each oven; it is recommended that this
switch/ circuit breaker have lockout/tagout capability. The
electric supply connection must meet all national and local
electrical code requirements. Copper is the recommended
material for the electrical supply conductors.
The 208V or 240VAC electrically heated oven uses two
legs of the supplied power to provide 208V or 240VAC
power for the oven control circuitry.
Figure 2-11. Typical Electric Oven Data Plate
Figure 2-12. Junction Connection Box
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
VI. CONVEYOR REAR STOP AND END
STOP INSTALLATION
Locate the conveyor rear stop and end stop in the
installation kit. Install the rear stop and end stop at the exit
end of the oven. See Figure 2-13.
Figure 2-13. Installing Rear and End Stops
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
SECTION 3
OPERATION
I. CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Figure 3-1. PS536ES-Series Oven Control Functions
WARNING
A possibility of injury from rotating parts and
electric shock exists in this oven.
Never disassemble or clean the oven with the
BLOWER/HEAT switch or any other oven control
turned “ON” or “I”. Turn “OFF” or “O” and lockout
or tagout all electric power to the oven before
attempting to clean or service this oven.
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
II. COMPONENT INFORMATION AND
LOCATION (Figures 3-1 and 3-2)
burner cannot light, if the air switch does not sense air flow
off the main blower fan.
A. Door Safety Switch
C. Heat Switch
The Door Safety Switch is located at the lower left side of
control panel opening. Opening the control panel door
permits this switch to open, disconnecting power to all
electrical controls.
Turning the HEAT switch to “ON” or“I” will initially set up
the oven purge circuit. After approximately 30 seconds,
the burner lights. After the burner is lit, a flame sensor
sends a signal to the ignition module to stop the spark.
The burner will run unless the flame sensor does not
detect a flame or the heat switch is turned to the “OFF”
or “O” position.
CAUTION
Do NOT touch the wires going to this safety switch.
Current is always present.
The HEAT switch is in series with the burner blower motor
centrifugal switch, the high-temperature safety switch,
and the blower fan air pressure switch. All three safety
switches must be closed for gas to flow and the burner to
light.
B. Blower Switch
The blower switch has two positions. The switch must be
“ON” or “I” for the burner to come on and permit the oven
to warm up. The fan circulates the air throughout the oven
and must stay on during baking and during the cool down
cycle above 200°F (93°C) to prevent blower bearing
damage. To protect the blower motor and bearings a
thermostatic override is built into the oven. If the temperature inside the oven is over 180°F (82°C) the main blower
will continue to run after the blower switch is turned to the
“OFF” or “O” position.
D. Temperature Controller
The temperature controller is a solid-state, on/off type to
maintain the operator-set temperature. The temperature
controller continuously monitors the oven temperature and
turns on the modulating solenoid valve in a gas-heated
oven. The heat is on for the time required to maintain a
constant oven temperature.
The temperature controller contains a low-limit switch
which allows the oven to cool down to 200°F (93°C) before
shutting off the blower. A high-limit indication (ALM 1) will
appear on the display if the oven reaches 650°F (343°C).
An air pressure switch monitors the air flow from the
blower, acting as a safety interlock for the burner. The
Figure 3-2. Interior View of Machinery Compartment and Control Console
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
E. Conveyor
The on-off switch for the conveyor motor is on the control
panel. Also on the control panel is the digital conveyor
speed control. The digital control can be adjusted from 3
min. to 30 min. bake time (conveyor speed). Refer to
Figure 3-3.
Conveyor speed is measured by the amount of time it
takes for an item to go through the bake chamber of the
oven.
MEASURING CONVEYOR SPEED.
See Figures 3-4 and 3-5.
Figure 3-3. Conveyor Speed Digital Control
To check conveyor speed, place a product item at the
entrance end of baking chamber as shown. Time how long
it takes for the leading edge of the item to go from the
entrance end of the baking chamber to the exit end. This
should be the conveyor speed shown on the conveyor
speed digital control.
NOTE: In Figures 3-4 and 3-5, the oven shown is with the
conveyor running right to left.
WARNING
Possibility of injury from rotating parts and
electrical shock exist in this oven.
Never disassemble or clean the oven with the
BLOWER/HEAT switch or any other part of the
oven turned “ON” or “I”. Turn “OFF” or “O” and
lockout or tagout all electrical power to the
oven before attempting to clean or service
this oven.
Figure 3-4. Product at entrance end of baking
chamber – BEGINNING OF TIMING
Figure 3-5. Product at exit end of baking
chamber – END OF TIMING
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
4. Set the temperature controller to the desired baking
temperature. See section on bake times to determine
desired temperature.
WARNING
OVEN MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF
COMBUSTIBLES AT ALL TIMES.
NOTE: For complete temperature controller operation
instructions refer to Step C.
III. STEP-BY-STEP OPERATION
5. Turn the HEAT switch (Figure 3-6) to the “ON” or “I”
position. This completes a circuit to supply electric power
to the electric heating system.
Control Panel (On split belt ovens, two conveyor speed
controls are mounted on the control panel.)
6. Close front window.
A. Startup Procedures
7. Oven will reach a baking temperature of 500°F (232°C)
in approximately 10 minutes. Allow the oven to cycle for
30 minutes after it has reached desired bake temperatue.
The oven is now ready for baking.
Daily Startup
1. Turn the BLOWER/HEAT switch (Figure 3-6) to the
“ON” or “I” position. This starts the main blower fan and the
cooling fan. The blower circulates air through the air fingers
and must stay on during the cooking or baking process.
Power Failure
In case of power failure, turn off all switches; open oven
window and remove product. After power has been
reestablished follow normal startup procedure.
2. Check to see if the cooling fan (see Figure 1-8) is operating
when the BLOWER/HEATswitch (see Figure 3-6) is turned “ON”
or “I”. The cooling fans cool the control components and burner
blower motor. The cooling fan, located at the rear of the electrical
control cabinet blows air into and through the cabinet. Air is
exhausted through the front of the cabinet and also out the front
of the oven. Refer to Daily Maintenance Section for fan intake
checking procedure.
B. Shutdown Procedure
1. Turn the BLOWER/HEAT switch to “OFF” or “O”.
NOTE: The blowers will remain on until the oven temperature cools down to 200°F (93°C) at which time they will stop
automatically.
IMPORTANT NOTE
2. Make certain that there are no products left on the
conveyor inside the oven. Turn the CONVEYOR switch
to “OFF” or “O”.
The cooling fan operates when the BLOWER/
HEAT switch is turned “ON” or “I”. It must operate
to keep the control console below 140°F (60°C).
3. Open the oven window.
3. Turn the CONVEYOR switch (Figure 3-6) to the “ON” or
“I” position. This starts the conveyor belt moving through
the oven. Set the conveyor speed for the desired baking
time. Refer to the following Procedures E, F and G.
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
E
D
B
A
C
Figure 3-6. Control Panel
I.
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
A.
"BLOWER" Switch: Turns the blowers and
cooling fans on and off. The HEAT Switch has
no effect unless the BLOWER Switch is in the
“ON” position.
B.
"HEAT" Switch: Allows the burner to activate.
Activation is determined by the settings on the
Digital Temperature Controller.
C.
"CONVEYOR" Switch: Turns the conveyor drive
motor on and off.
D.
Conveyor Speed Controller: Adjusts and displays the bake time. Single-belt ovens have one
controller. Split belt ovens have one controller
for each conveyor belt, labeled "FRONT" and
"BACK."
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E.
Digital Temperature Controller: Continuously
monitors the oven temperature. Settings on the
Digital Temperture Controller control the activation of the burner. Keypad controls allow the
operator to select the cooking temperature and
monitor oven operation.
NOT SHOWN:
F.
Machinery and Control Compartment Safety Switches:
Disconnect electrical power to the controls and blowers
when EITHER the machinery compartment door OR the
control compartment door is opened. The doors should
only be opened by authorized service personnel.
SECTION 3
OPERATION
II. NORMAL OPERATION - STEP-BY-STEP
A.
DAILY STARTUP PROCEDURE
1.
Check that the circuit breaker/fused disconnect is in the on
position. Check that the window is closed.
2.
Turn the "BLOWER" ( )
switch to the “ON” ("I")
position.
3.
Turn the "CONVEYOR"
(
) switch to the “ON”
("I") position.
4.
5.
•
•
6.
8.
(Optional) Press the Tem-
+
wait
for
9.
Allow the oven to preheat for 10 minutes after it has reached
the set point temperature.
B.
DAILY SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
1.
Turn the "HEAT" ( ) and
"BLOWER" ( ) switches to the "OFF" ("O")
position. Note that the
blowers will remain in operation until the oven has
cooled to below 200°F
(93°C).
or
+
2.
Make certain that there
are no products left on
the conveyor inside the
oven. Turn the "CON) switch to
VEYOR" (
the "OFF" ("O") position.
3.
Open the window to allow the oven to cool faster.
4.
After the oven has cooled and the blowers have turned off,
switch the circuit breaker/fused disconnect to the off position.
wait
for
Press the Set Point
and Unlock keys at
the same time. Wait
for the "SET PT" light
to turn on.
Press the Up Arrow
and Down Arrow
Keys as necessary
to adjust the setpoint.
Wait for the oven to heat to the setpoint temperature. Higher
setpoint temperatures will require a longer wait. The oven
can reach a temperature of 500°F (232°C) in approximately
5 minutes.
perature ( ) key to show
the Actual Temperature
in the display, and wait
for the "ACTUAL TEMP"
light to turn on. This allows you to monitor the
oven temperature as it
rises to the setpoint.
If necessary, adjust the
conveyor speed setting
by pressing the
or
pushbuttons on the conveyor speed controller to
change the displayed
bake time.
Adjust the temperature
controller to a desired set
temperature, if necessary.
7.
IMPORTANT
or
On gas ovens, if the "HEAT ON" light will not illuminate, OR
if the oven does not heat, the gas burner may not have lit.
Turn the "HEAT" ( ), "BLOWER" ( ), and "CONVEYOR"
(
) switches to the "OFF" ("O") position. Wait for AT
LEAST FIVE MINUTES before restarting the oven. Then,
repeat the Daily Startup procedure.
Turn the "HEAT" ( )
switch to the "ON" ("I")
position, and wait for the
"HEAT ON" light to turn
on.
CAUTION
wait
for
In case of power failure, turn all switches to the “OFF” ("O")
position, open the oven window, and remove the product.
After the power has been restored, perform the normal
startup procedure. IF THE OVEN WAS SWITCHED OFF
FOR LESS THAN 5 MINUTES, WAIT FOR AT LEAST FIVE
MINUTES BEFORE RESTARTING THE OVEN.
The burner will not operate and gas will not flow through
the burner without electric power. No attempt should be
made to operate the oven during a power failure.
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SECTION 3
OPERATION
III. QUICK REFERENCE: DIGITAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
Display
"HEAT ON"
Light
Shows the Set Point
or the Actual Temperature in degrees
Fahrenheit (F) or
Celsius (C).
Lights when the
burner is in
operation.
"SP LOCK"
Light
Lights when the
set point is locked
out from changes.
This setting can
only be changed by
service personnel.
"SET PT"
(setpoint)
Light
Lights when the
set point is shown
in the display.
OVERTEMP
Light
Lights when the oven
temperature is
greater than 650°F
(343°C). Refer to
Quick Reference:
Troubleshooting in
this section.
"ACTUAL
TEMP" Light
Temperature
Key
Service Key
Lights when the
Actual Temperature is shown in
the display.
Service use
only.
Press this key once
to view the Actual
Temperature in the
Display.
Set Point Key
Unlock Key
Press this key
together with the Set
Point Key to allow the
Set Point to be
changed. Changes
can only be made for
60 seconds.
Up Arrow and Down
Arrow Keys
Press these keys to
adjust the Set Point up or
down. If the Set Point will
not change, refer to Set
Point Key and Unlock Key
in this section.
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Press this key
together with the
Unlock Key to allow
the Set Point to be
changed.
Changes can only be
made for 60 seconds.
SECTION 3
OPERATION
IV. QUICK REFERENCE: TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The oven temperature exceeded 650°F (343°C), and
the burner was automatically shut down.
•
Follow the procedures under Daily Shutdown Procedures in
this section to shut down the oven. Contact your Middleby
Marshall Authorized Service Agent to determine and correct the
cause of the condition to prevent damage to the oven.
Oven will not
turn on at all
Electrical power may not be
reaching the oven, or the
controls may be set incorrectly.
•
Check that the circuit breaker/fused disconnect is turned on.
•
Check that the "BLOWER" ( ) Switch is in the “ON” ("I")
position. The burner cannot engage until the blowers are in
operation.
Oven shuts down shortly
after it is turned on
The gas burner did not light
within 90 seconds of turning the "HEAT" ( ) Switch
to the “ON” ("I") position.
This automatically engages a safety lockout
mode.
•
Turn the "HEAT" ( ), "BLOWER" ( ), and "CONVEYOR"
(
)switches to the "OFF" ("O") position.
•
Wait for AT LEAST FIVE MINUTES before restarting the oven.
•
Repeat the Daily Startup procedure.
The oven did not reach
200°F (93°C) within 15 minutes of startup, and the oven
has stopped heating.
•
Turn the "HEAT" ( ), "BLOWER" ( ), and "CONVEYOR"
(
)switches to the "OFF" ("O") position.
•
Wait for AT LEAST FIVE MINUTES before restarting the oven.
•
Repeat the Daily Startup procedure.
Controls may be set incorrectly.
•
Check that the Set Point is correctly set.
•
Check that both the "BLOWER" (
are in the “ON” ("I") position.
•
If the oven still will not heat,turn the "HEAT" ( ), "BLOWER"
(
), and "CONVEYOR" (
)switches to the "OFF" ("O")
position.
•
Wait for AT LEAST FIVE MINUTES before restarting the oven.
•
Repeat the Daily Startup procedure. Check that the Set Point
is above 200°F (93°C).
•
Turn the oven to the “OFF” or “O” position, and allow it to cool.
Disconnect electrical power to the oven.
•
Refer to Section 4, Maintenance, for instructions on reassembling the air fingers.
•
Turn the oven to the “OFF” or “O” position, and allow it to cool.
Disconnect electrical power to the oven.
•
Check if the conveyor is blocked by an object inside the oven.
•
Refer to Section 4, Maintenance, for instructions on checking
the conveyor and drive chain tension.
•
Check that the set temperature and bake time settings are
correct.
light is lit, food product is
undercooked
appears in display,
oven is not heating
Oven will not heat
Oven is operating, but
little or no air is blowing
from air fingers
Air fingers may have been
reassembled incorrectly
after cleaning.
Conveyor moves with a
jerky motion, or will not
move at all
Conveyor may be jammed
on an object in the oven, or
conveyor belt or drive chain
tension may be incorrect.
Food products are
overcooked or
undercooked.
Controls may be set incorrectly.
) and "HEAT" (
) Switches
IF THESE STEPS FAIL TO RESOLVE THE PROBLEM, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL MIDDLEBY MARSHALL
AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENT. A SERVICE AGENCY DIRECTORY IS SUPPLIED WITH YOUR OVEN.
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SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Possibility of injury from rotating parts and electrical
shock exist in this oven. Turn off and lockout or tagout
electrical supply to oven(s) before attempting to
disassemble, clean or service oven(s). Never disassemble or clean the oven with the blower switch or any
other part of the oven turned on.
WARNING
Before performing any maintenance work or cleaning,
turn main power switch off.
CAUTION
When cleaning do not use any abrasive cleaning
materials or water spray, wipe clean only. Never use a
water hose or pressurized steam cleaning equipment
when cleaning this oven.
NOTICE
If the oven is to be removed from its installed location
for servicing, perform the following procedure:
1. Switch off the oven and allow it to cool. Do NOT
service the oven while it is warm.
2. Turn off main circuit breakers and disconnect
connector from oven.
3. Turn the adjustable legs to put weight on the
casters.
4. Move oven to desired location for servicing.
5. When servicing is complete, move oven to original
location.
6. Adjust legs to level oven and take weight off
casters.
7. Connect electrical and gas connectors to oven.
8. Turn on main circuit breakers.
9. Follow normal startup instructions.
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SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
I. MAINTENANCE - DAILY
D. Crumb Pans (Figure 4-2)
A. Exterior
Remove and clean the crumb pan at each end of the oven.
Each crumb pan can be removed by sliding it out, as
shown in Figure 4-2. Reinstall the crumb pans after
cleaning.
Everyday you should clean the outside of the oven with a
soft cloth and mild detergent.
E. Window
WARNING
The window can be cleaned daily while it is in place.
Never use a water hose or pressurized steam
cleaning equipment when cleaning the oven.
B. Cooling Fan
1. TWO COOLING FAN GRILLES AT THE REAR OF
EACH OVEN CONTROL COMPARTMENT MUST BE
CLEANED DAILY - Clean grilles with a stiff nylon type
brush.
2. Check the air intake of the cooling fan daily. The best
time to check is right after starting the oven.
IMPORTANT NOTE
The cooling fan operates when the blower switch
is turned to “ON” (“I”). It must operate to keep the
electrical control cabinet below 140°F (60°C).
WARNING
IF FAN BLADE IS NOT ROTATING, BROKEN,
OR FAN ASSEMBLY IS MISSING FROM MAIN
BLOWER MOTOR SHAFT, DO NOT OPERATE
OVEN. REPLACE COOLING FAN BLADE
BEFORE OPERATING OVEN. Serious damage
could be done to the burner blower motor and/or
solid-state electrical components if oven is
operated while cooling fan is not running or vent
grille is plugged.
Figure 4-1. Oven Cooling Fans
3. Using a stiff nylon brush clean control compartment
vent grille. Hot air from control compartment exits from this
grille.
C. Conveyor Belt (Figure 4-2)
Everyday, just after starting the oven, stand at the
unloading end of the conveyor, and with a brush, remove
food particles (crumbs, etc.) clinging to the conveyor belt,
brushing them into the crumb pan.
Figure 4-2. Conveyor Belt and
Crumb Pan Cleaning
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SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
deposits use a non-caustic cleaner that will not react with
the aluminized finger manifold surfaces.
II. MAINTENANCE - MONTHLY
NOTE: The oven interior may require cleaning more
than once a month depending on the volume of
baking. To clean the interior, you have to disassemble
some parts of the oven.
You can order non-caustic cleaner from your local authorized Middleby Marshall Parts Distributor in the quantities
listed below:
Part #
Quantity
When cleaning your Series PS536ES Oven note the
following:
27170-0244
Case of Quarts (6)
PRECAUTIONS-
27170-0246
Case of Gallons (4)
1. Do not use excessive water or saturation of oven
insulation will occur.
A. Removing Conveyor From Oven For Cleaning
1. Remove crumb pans as shown in Figure 4-2.
2. Do not use a caustic oven cleaner or the aluminized
finger manifold surfaces will be severely damaged.
2. Remove upper and lower end plugs from each end of
oven by removing the two wing screws from each end plug.
When cleaning your oven, first remove all heavy debris
with a vacuum cleaner. Use a damp cloth for light cleaning.
For heavier cleaning of baked on grease and carbon
3. Remove the conveyor end stop and the conveyor rear
stop (Figure 4-3).
Figure 4-3.
29
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
4. Remove conveyor drive chain cover as shown.
5. Remove tension from drive chain by lifting and pushing
the conveyor slightly into the oven. Remove drive chain
from conveyor drive sprocket as shown.
NOTE: The split belt conveyor assembly can only be
removed from the drive end of the oven.
6. Begin sliding conveyor out of the oven as shown.
Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-7.
7. Continue sliding the conveyor completely out of the
oven, fold it in half and then place it to the side for cleaning.
Be careful not to bump drive sprocket while handling
conveyor or damage may result to drive shaft.
Figure 4-5.
Figure 4-8.
CAUTION
Be careful not to bump the drive sprocket while
handling the conveyor, to avoid damaging the
drive shaft.
Figure 4-6.
30
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
B. Air Fingers Disassembly For Cleaning
1. As the air fingers are removed use a felt pen to mark all
parts of the fingers. This includes the finger manifold, inner
plate and the outer plate (refer to Figure 1-9). If a blank or
choke plate is used, mark that plate also. Fingers are
marked in the order shown; as viewed from the front of the
oven. (The marks for an upper oven should be preceded
with a “U”, example UB1, UT2, etc.)
T1
T2
T3
T4
B1
B2
B3
B4
Standard Fingers
2. Slide blank plates straight out.
Figure 4-10.
4. With air fingers out, place them in an upright position to
remove the outer plate.
5. Gently step o the lip of the finger and pull the outer plate
off.
Figure 4-9.
3. Remove air fingers.
NOTE: Some oven users require a custom finger arrangement where the quantity of air fingers may vary.
You can remove top and bottom fingers and blank plates
from each or either end. It is highly recommended that
each finger be marked before removing so it is placed in
exactly the same position when reassembled
(refer to step 1).
Remove the air fingers, pull the finger at the back side - pull
straight out.
Figure 4-11.
31
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
6. To remove the inner plate, pull the plate out and then up.
D. Reassembly of Air Fingers
1. Air fingers are made up of one inner plate, one outer
plate and the finger housing manifold. Be sure to match up
the markings (T1, T2, T3, etc.) on all the parts of the air
fingers as you are reassembling.
Figure 4-12.
7. The outer finger plate is stainless and may be cleaned
by either soaking in a hot, strong detergent solution or
using a caustic cleaner. The conveyor belt can also be
cleaned in the same way.
Figure 4-15.
2. Reassemble the inner plate. Keep your fingers clear so
you won’t pinch them. The inner plate of a finger will only
go in one way because of its design.
3. Replace the outer plate by placing your hands flat on
the top of the plate and pushing down. Keep your fingers
clear so you won’t pinch them.
Figure 4-13. Standard Lower Finger
Figure 4-16.
Figure 4-14. Standard Upper Finger
C. Cleaning the Window
The window can be cleaned in place.
32
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
4. Replace the air fingers by pushing in at the back side.
Remember to replace them according to the numbers
marked on them when they were removed. They must go
IMPORTANT: Only M6 Fingers fit in the bottom
row. All M3 and M1 finger cover plates have
extended lips at front. This extended lip will not
allow these fingers to be installed in the bottom row.
IMPORTANT: When inserting fingers the tab on
the outer plate must be in the groove as shown in
Figure 4-18. There is a blocking tab on the outside
of the groove which will prevent inserting the
finger in the groove if the outer plate is moved
away from the flange of the finger manifold.
back in the same way they came out.
Figure 4-17.
Extended Lip
Tab on
Outer Plate
Flange of
Finger Manifold
Tab on
Outer Plate
Figure 4-18.
33
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
5. Install fingers and blank plates correctly with edges
interlocked and no space between edges.
Incorrect - Too
Much Space
Top Finger
Blank Plate
Tab on Outer Plate of Finger
Located in Groove
Incorrect - Too
Much Space
Top Finger
Blank Plate
Tab on Outer Plate of Finger
Located in Groove
Correct Edges Overlap
Completely
Top Finger
Blank Plate
Tab on Outer Plate of Finger
Located in Groove
Figure 4-19.
34
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
E. Reinstall End Plugs
1. Reinstall lower end plug. Be sure to tighten two wing
screws on the end plug.
2. Reinstall conveyor.
3. Reinstall upper end plug. Be sure to tighten two wing
screws on the end plug.
Figure 4-20.
Figure 4-21.
35
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
F. Conveyor Reassembly Into Oven
G. Checking Conveyor Belt Tension
1. Lift conveyor and position it in oven as shown.
WARNING
NOTE: Conveyor assembly may be inserted into either
end of oven. If it is to be installed from the non-drive end
of the oven the drive sprocket assembly must be removed
as shown in conveyor disassembly section.
Oven conveyor belt must be cool when adjusting
belt. Do not adjust belt if HOT.
1. With the conveyor assembly in the oven, stand at one
end of conveyor and check tension by lifting the conveyor
belt at the center of the oven chamber opening. The belt
should not lift higher that 3″ to 4″ (75mm to 102mm).
NOTE: Split belt conveyors can only be inserted from the
drive end of the oven.
2. Adjust conveyor belt tension screws (located on left
end of oven) for the 3″ to 4″ (75mm to 102mm) deflection
as shown in Figure 4-26. If there is proper tension, proceed
to “J. Attaching Drive Chain”. If belt is still too loose,
continue to step 3 below.
3. If conveyor belt is still not under proper tension, an
entire link must be removed. Use the following procedure
“H. Conveyor Belt Link Removal” to remove a link. If
conveyor belt is under proper tension proceed directly to
“J. Attaching Drive Chain”.
Figure 4-22.
2. Reinstall the conveyor rear stop. Reinstall the conveyor end stop.
Conveyor Rear Stop
Middleby
Marshall
Conveyor End Stop
Figure 4-24.
Figure 4-23.
36
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
H. Conveyor Belt Link Removal
4. Unhook the link to be removed.
1. Using long nose pliers, an entire link can be removed
with the conveyor assembly either in or out of the oven.
Position master links at end of conveyor as shown in
Figure 4-25.
5. Pull up on the belt link section and remove. Do not
discard the link removed as it may be used for making
spare master links.
NOTE: If a section of the conveyor belt is being replaced
it should be done now. Remove the links that need
replacing and use the section of conveyor belt furnished in
your installation kit to replace them.
Master
Links
Figure 4-25.
2. Using long nose pliers, unhook master links at left end
of conveyor as shown in Figure 4-26.
Figure 4-28.
NOTE: Before connecting the inside master links, notice
that these links have a correct position (Figure 4-29). The
link at the right is in the correct (horns up) position for
inserting into the conveyor belt. The horns facing down are
in the incorrect position.
Correct
Position
Incorrect
Position
Figure 4-26.
3. Remove the outside master links on the right and left
sides of the conveyor belt as shown in Figure 4-27.
Figure 4-29.
Figure 4-27.
37
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
6. Reconnect the inside master links (Figure 4-30.)
I. Replacing Conveyor Belt
If a section of the conveyor belt needs replacing it can be
done with the conveyor assembly either in or out of the
oven. The section of the conveyor belt furnished with the
oven in the installation kit may then be used to replace a
section. Follow the preceding procedure “H. Conveyor belt
link removal” which outlines the disassembly procedure.
J. Attaching Drive Chain
1. If drive sprocket assembly was removed reassemble it
into the conveyor drive shaft. Be sure flat on end of drive
shaft aligns with set screw in conveyor shaft collar. Once
in place tighten 3/32″ set screw.
2. Lift conveyor and install drive chain to conveyor drive
sprocket and motor sprocket.
Figure 4-30.
NOTE: The outside master links have right and left sides
to them. The right edge master link has an open hook
facing you as shown in Figure 4-31. This will match up with
the outer edges of the conveyor belt. Remember this hook
travels backwards on the conveyor.
Direction of travel
Figure 4-33.
Figure 4-31.
3. The angle plate located on the underside of the conveyor must be against the lower end plug. This is true on
both sides of oven.
7. Reconnect the outside master links.
8. Replace all parts removed from the oven.
Crumb Pan
Mounting
Bracket
Figure 4-32.
Lower End Plug
Figure 4-34.
38
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
4. Reassemble conveyor drive chain cover and then
reassemble the bottom cover to the drive chain cover.
III. MAINTENANCE - EVERY 3 MONTHS
Install both upper end plugs.
WARNING
Shut OFF all electrical power and lock/tag out the
switch before attempting maintenance work.
Shut OFF gas supply to oven.
NOTE: It is recommended that the 3-month maintenance be performed by an authorized Middleby Marshall
technician.
A.
Cleaning the Blower/Fan Motor
To gain access to the blower/fan motor, open the control
cabinet door by removing the three screws. Clean the
motor, burner blower motor, the conveyor drive motor and
the surrounding area, using either compressed air or CO2.
Thoroughly blow out the motor compartment and vents
inside the motor (Figure 4-38). Failure to do this can cause
premature failure of blower fan motor.
Figure 4-35.
CAUTION
Not cleaning the blower/fan motor properly can
cause premature failure.
Figure 4-36.
39
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
B. Electrical Terminals
C. Ventilation
Open the control cabinet door by removing the three
screws from the control cabinet door. Tighten all electrical
control terminal screws including the electrical contactor
terminal screws as shown in Figure 4-37.
Check that the air circulation throughout the oven is not
blocked and is working properly.
Figure 4-37.
Figure 4-38.
40
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
D. Split-belt Conveyor Shaft Cleaning
4. Drop the idler shaft assembly clear of the frame through
the front frame slot.
It is very important that the split-belt conveyor drive and
idler shafts are removed from the conveyor frame for
cleaning and lubrication.
CAUTION
Use a turbine oil or light machine oil. DO NOT
USE WD40 or similar product. These oils
evaporate and cause the shafts to seize.
1. Perform the conveyor removal steps described in
Monthly Maintenance, paragraph “A”. After the conveyor
is removed, lay it on a flat surface.
Figure 4-40.
2. Remove the two conveyor belts by disassembling the
conveyor master links, as described in Monthly Maintenance, paragraph “H”. Then, remove the two conveyor
belts by rolling them up.
5. Pull the front and rear shafts apart and apply oil to both
the extended shaft and the interior of the hollow shaft.
Using a rag, wipe oil off parts. Repeat until shafts are
clean. Apply more oil to shafts then reassemble.
3. Remove the conveyor adjustment bolts to allow the
idler brackets to swing free.
Figure 4-41.
Figure 4-39.
41
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
6. Make sure bronze washer is in between the two halves.
9. Loosen the split locking collar.
Figure 4-42.
7. Place the idler shaft assembly back into place and
reinstall the adjustment screws.
Figure 4-45.
10. Remove drive shafts by sliding to right then lifting the
left side. Follow cleaning and lubricating procedures outlined in Steps 4-6.
Figure 4-43.
Figure 4-46.
8. Loosen the set screw on each conveyor drive sprocket
and remove sprockets.
11. Reassemble conveyor drive shafts into frame, making sure nylon spacer is in place.
Figure 4-44.
Figure 4-47.
42
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
12. Slide shaft assembly to right side, holding assembly
in place. Slide split locking collar to the left side and
tighten.
13. Slide rear conveyor drive sprocket onto shaft. Tighten
the set screw of this drive sprocket until it extends into the
hole of the hollow shaft. It should NOT touch the inner,
solid shaft. Check to see that only the rear shaft moves
when the sprocket is turned. If both shafts move, you have
tightened the set screw too tight. Loosen the set screw
until only the rear shaft moves when the sprocket is
turning.
Figure 4-48.
14. Insert adaptor bushing into remaining drive sprocket
then place onto shaft. Make sure nylon spacer is in place.
Tighten set screw making sure screw goes through slot in
adaptor bushing and locks onto shaft.
15. Thread conveyor belts back onto frame making sure
the links will be traveling in the proper direction.
16. Follow conveyor reassembly instructions in Monthly
Maintenance Paragraph “F”.
NOTE: It is recommended that the 6 Month Maintenance
schedule be performed by a Middleby Marshall authorized
service technician.
IV. MAINTENANCE - EVERY 6 MONTHS
Figure 4-49.
A. Check brushes on D.C. conveyor motor, when worn to
less than 1/10″ (2.4mm), replace the brushes.
B. Clean and inspect the burner nozzle and electrode
assembly. Also check your oven venting system.
C. Check conveyor shaft bushings and spacers. Replace
them if they are worn. See Figure 6-5, Conveyor Exploded
Drawing, items 15, 30 and 31 or Figure 6-6, Split Belt
Conveyor, items 19, 23, 31, 35 and 36.
IMPORTANT NOTICES:
• Installation of replacement parts requiring access
to the interior of the oven is permitted only by an
authorized service technician.
Figure 4-50.
• If there are any problems with the operation of the
oven, the authorized service technician must be
called.
• It is suggested to obtain a service contract with a
manufacturer’s authorized service technician.
Figure 4-51.
43
SECTION 4
MAINTENANCE
KEY SPARE PARTS KIT
parts that can reduce serious downtime and loss of
production, if a failure occurs.
An oven can be purchased with a Key Spare Parts Kit
(Figure 4-52). (The kit can be purchased when the oven is
ordered, or later, from a Middleby Marshall Authorized
Parts Distributor). The kit contains many of the crucial
Replacement parts for this kit can be purchased from your
Middleby Marshall Authorized Parts Distributor.
1
4
2
7
6
9
5
3
8
11
13
10
12
12, 13
ITEM QTY.
P/N
16
15
14
17
14, 15, 16, 17
DESCRIPTION
1
1
47321
DIGITAL TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
2
1
51067
CONVEYOR DRIVE MOTOR W/PICKUP ASSY.
3
2
30153
DRIVE MOTOR BRUSHES
4
1
60542
KIT, CONVEYOR SPEED CONTROLER
5
1
33984
KIT, THERMOCOUPLE 6″
6
1
50517
BELT, BLOWER
7
1
44687
MOTOR, BLOWER, 208/230V, 1/2HP
8
1
33983
HIGH LIMIT CONTROL MODULE, 240V
9
1
36451
COOLING FAN (BACKWALL)
10
1
97525
COOLING FAN (CONTROL COMPARTMENT)
11
1
60836
AIR SWITCH
12
2
44914
CONTROLLER, POWER 208V/240V
13
2
44568
CONTROLLER, POWER 380V/480V
14
1
58238
HEATER 208V 17kW
15
1
50232
HEATER 240V 17kW
16
1
50587
HEATER 380V 17kW
17
1
50589
HEATER 480V 17kW
44
SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM:
OVEN BLOWER AND CONVEYOR OPERATE, YET THE OVEN IS NOT HEATING
PROBLEM:
PRODUCTS ARE OVERCOOKED
OR UNDERCOOKED
Check for correct
setting of conveyor
speed control.
Check for correct
setting on temperature controller.
Reset the temperature controller
to a new setting (above 200°F),
after turning the BLOWER/HEAT
switch to off for 30 seconds.
Set the conveyor speed
control at correct setting.
Turn temperature
control to correct
setting.
Start the oven again. If the oven still does not
heat, call your Middleby Marshall Service Agency.
Verify the food
preparation process.
PROBLEM:
CONVEYOR WILL NOT HOLD PROPER
SPEED OR WILL NOT RUN AT ALL
If products still cook incorrectly,
call your Middleby Marshall
Service Agency.
Check whether the conveyor is
jammed on something in oven.
PROBLEM:
OVEN DOES NOT HEAT
Check for proper tension of conveyor drive
chain and conveyor belt. Refer to Section 4 for
correct procedure.
Check to see if both BLOWER/
HEAT switch are in the “ON” or
“I” position.
Check that the conveyor
drive sprocket is tight.
If oven does not heat, call your
Middleby Marshall Service Agency.
If conveyor still does not run correctly, contact
your Middleby Marshall Service Agency.
PROBLEM:
BLOWER MOTOR IS RUNNING, YET LITTLE
OR NO AIR BLOWS FROM AIR FINGERS
PROBLEM:
OVEN DOES NOT TURN ON WHEN ITS
SWITCHES ARE TURNED ON
Air fingers reassembled incorrectly,
after cleaning.
Check that all electric supply switches are set to
the “ON” or “I” position. Then, start the oven.
Assemble air fingers correctly, after cleaning.
Refer to Section 4 procedure, or call your
Middleby Marshall Service Agency.
If oven still will not start, contact your Middleby
Marshall Service Agency.
45
SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTES
46
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
ENGLISH
SECTION 6 - PARTS LIST
47
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
ENGLISH
48
QTY.
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
16
2
2
16
2
32
32
32
1
4
1
2
2
4
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
49
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
44799
22290-0010
22290-0009
46393
42890
42893
220373
2001805
21416-0001
48622
36452
42771
50161
21296-0005
48640
21256-0008
48605
45739
M1116
M1115
M10092
51087
51211
51210
30927
A27750
A30241
P/N
WLDMT, LEG 6"
CASTER, SWVL FLAT PLATE
CASTER, SWVL W/BRAKE FLAT PLATE
BOTTOM, CART
WLDMT, LEG 17.56
WLDMT, BASE
SCR, HH 3/8-16X1 SST
WASHER, LOCK 3/8M 18-8 REG
WASHER, FLAT SS 3/8
ASSY, END PLUG PS536
NUT, WING-PLASTIC 1/4-20
SLIDE, OUTER SIDE PS536
ASSY, END PLUG TOP PS536
SCR, HX WSHHD 12-14X3/4 SS BSD
ASSY, END PLUG MOUNTING PS536
SCR,10-32X3/8 18-8 SL TRUS S
PANEL,ROOF
NAMEPLATE, MM
BRACKET, RT WINDOW HANDLE
BRACKET, LT WINDOW HANDLE
HANDLE, WINDOW
WLDMT, GLASS FRAME WINDOW
BRKT, WINDOW HINGE & STOP RIGHT
BRKT, WINDOW HINGE & STOP LEFT
BUMPER, WINDOW
WASHER, FLAT .531X1.00X.062
NUT, 1/4-20 18-8 NYL INS L/N
DESCRIPTION
OVEN PANELS, WINDOW AND LEGS
ENGLISH
SECTION 6
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ITEM
33363
28041-0011
44697
44696
50990
37503
60542
97525
35145
44390
60836
31504
3002757
33813
33983
45036
28021-0047
46831
48635
P/N
END, STOP ENTRELEC
CONTACTOR, 208/240V
BLOCK, CONTACT
SWITCH, ROTARY & MTG ADAPTOR
CONTROL, COMBO 4-20MA, BURST
DIGITAL DISPLAY ONLY
ENGLISH
KIT, CONVEYOR SPEED CONTROLLER P WITH DIGITAL DISPLAY
(INC. ITEM 13A)
FAN, 230V
SWITCH, PB MOLVENO 250V
BLOCK, TERM 600V 50A 3 POLE
SWITCH, AIR .13 IN. WC
TFMR, 230V(P) / 120V(S) 200VA
MOTOR, CONVEYOR DRIVE
FILTER, RFI TYPE F1780DD20
CNTRL, ELEC HI-LIMIT 240V
BREAKER, CIRCUIT 240V 3A
SWITCH, INTLCK 10A NO2P
BREAKER, CIRCUIT 240V 8A
BREAKER, CIRCUIT 240V 0.3A
DESCRIPTION
CONTROL PANEL
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
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8
9
10
ITEM QTY.
53
44688
44687
44748
50151
50160
17110-0015
22072-0025
35121-0045
42999
42753
42752
42951
P/N
PLATE, MOTOR MOUNTING
MOTOR, BLOWER, 208/230V, 1/2HP
COUPLING, BLOWER SHAFT
BLOWER SHAFT
GASKET, BEARING
GREASE, MM STANDARD CARTRIDGE
BEARING, 5/8" BORE WITH STANDARD
GREASE
PTFE SEAL
RETAINER, PTFE SEAL
BLOWER WHEEL, LEFT (VIEWED FROM REAR
OF OVEN)
BLOWER WHEEL, RIGHT (VIEWED FROM
REAR OF OVEN)
INLET RING
DESCRIPTION
20
19
18
17
16
15
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
13
14
4
4
12
11
ITEM QTY.
BLOWER AND SHROUD
31497
36451
47633
28021-0061
50517
50224
50256
A3682
B301A8847
A11687
P/N
ENGLISH
FINGER GUARD, COOLING FAN
COOLING FAN
BACK WALL
SAFETY SWITCH
BELT, (50/60Hz)
PULLEY, BLOWER SHAFT
KIT, RPM, (50/60Hz) CONTAINS SHEAVE
(50260) WITH BUSHING (50259)
LOCK WASHER, 5/16"
FLAT WASHER, 5/16"
SCREW, HEX CAP HEAD 5/16"-18 X 7/8"
DESCRIPTION
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
ENGLISH
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6
14
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ITEM QTY.
BRACKET, DRIVE SUPPORT
49972
48782
48781
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55
50033
37000-0413
LOCKNUT, HEX 3/8"-16 SS
SCREW, IDLER ADJUSTMENT
< - - - - 21176-0002 - - - - >
35000-1008
PIVOT PLATE
50028
BRACKET, IDLER SUPPORT
BRACKET, IDLER ADJUSTMT.
< - - - - 35900-0398 - - - - >
35000-1008
< - - - - 35900-0020 - - - - >
37000-0413
BUSHING, BRONZE 5/8" I.D.
IDLER SHAFT
ASSEMBLY, IDLER SHAFT (INC.
ITEMS 15-19)
FRAME, IDLER SIDE
FLANGE BEARING (HIGH SPEED
ONLY)
< - - - - 22034-0003 - - - - >
---->
48780
48795
---->
SPROCKET, CONV. BELT
48779
50032
48784
45377
SPROCKET, CONV. BELT
DRIVE SHAFT
< - - - - 22229-0003 - - - - >
<----
48780
48746
<----
< - - - - 22229-0003 - - - - >
---->
---->
ASSEMBLY, HIGH SPEED DRIVE
SHAFT (INC. ITEMS 10-11)
SPACER, NYLON
< - - - - 35000-1080 - - - - >
---->
BUSHING, BRONZE 5/8" I.D.
---->
< - - - - 22034-0003 - - - - >
43275
SPACER
DRIVE SHAFT
<----
---->
ASSEMBLY, STANDARD DRIVE
SHAFT (INC. ITEMS 3-8)
FRAME, DRIVE SIDE
DESCRIPTION
SPROCKET, CONV. BELT
48781
<----
---->
48790
P/N - 76"
CONVEYOR
< - - - - 22229-0003 - - - - >
48797
48847
P/N - 56"
CONVEYOR
<----
48847
P/N - 60"
CONVEYOR
32
31b
31a
30
29b
29a
28b
28a
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
27a
27b
1
1
1
1
1
1
26a
26
25
24a
23a
23
ITEM QTY.
CONVEYOR
50235
50023
50040
50044
48707
48707
50057
50057
48851
48851
3101212
50050
50235
50023
50040
50044
48707
48706
50055
50055
50052
50235
50023
50040
50044
48708
48708
50059
50059
50029
---->
<--- Not available --->
<----
50050
ENGLISH
PLATE MOTOR COVER ASSY
EXIT TRAY, 20"/508mm (OPT.
ON ALL CONVEYORS)
EXIT TRAY, 8"/203mm (STD. ON
60" & 56" CONVEYORS, OPT.
ON 76")
END STOP (STD. ON 76" CONVEYOR, OPT. ON 60" & 56")
CRUMB PAN, IDLER SIDE
CRUMB PAN, DRIVE SIDE
BELT, CONVEYOR, 18"/457mm,
HIGH SPEED
BELT, CONVEYOR, 18"/457mm,
STANDARD
ASSEMBLY, CHAIN COVER-FOR
OVENS WITH LEFT-SIDE
CONTROLS
ASSEMBLY, CHAIN COVER-FOR
OVENS WITH RIGHT-SIDE
CONTROLS
MASTER LINK, DRIVE CHAIN
ASSEMBLY, DRIVE CHAIN (INC.
ITEM 26a)
SPROCKET, CONVEYOR DRIVE
SHAFT, 20T
PICKUP
ASSEMBLY, CONVEYOR MOTOR AND PICKUP (INC. ITEM 23a)
DESCRIPTION
< - - - - 22159-0003 - - - - >
---->
---->
P/N - 76"
CONVEYOR
SPROCKET, CONVEYOR DRIVE
MOTOR, 20T (STANDARD)
34128
50163
51067
P/N - 56"
CONVEYOR
---->
<----
<----
<----
P/N - 60"
CONVEYOR
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
ENGLISH
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1
4
2
2
2
2
2
4
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
2
10
15
2
9
1
2
8
14
2
7
1
4
6
13
1
5
1
1
4
12
1
3
1
1
2
11
1
1
ITEM QTY.
57
37000-0413
48755
50028
---->
35000-1008
< - - - - 21176-0002 - - - - >
<----
35000-1008
< - - - - 35900-0020 - - - - >
50033
LOCKNUT, HEX 3/8"-16 SS
PIVOT PLATE
SCREW, IDLER ADJUSTMENT
BRACKET, IDLER SUPPORT
BRACKET, IDLER ADJUSTMT.
BUSHING, BRONZE 5/8" I.D.
< - - - - 22034-0003 - - - - >
37000-0413
SPROCKET, CONV. BELT
SPLIT IDLER SHAFT - SLEEVE
---->
< - - - - 22229-0003 - - - - >
SPLIT IDLER SHAFT - MAIN
ASSEMBLY, SPLIT IDLER SHAFT
(INC. ITEMS 13-19)
FRAME, IDLER SIDE
---->
48769
48795
FLAT WASHER, BRONZE
48778
49968
50035
48784
---->
< - - - - 21415-0001 - - - - >
<----
<----
48769
48746
45377
<---FLANGE BEARING (HIGH SPEED
ONLY)
BRACKET, DRIVE SUPPORT
(STANDARD ONLY)
---->
49972
SPACER (STANDARD ONLY)
<----
---->
BUSHING, BRONZE 5/8" I.D.
(STANDARD ONLY)
43275
< - - - - 22034-0003 - - - - >
<----
SPROCKET, CONV. BELT
< - - - - 22229-0003 - - - - >
SPLIT DRIVE SHAFT - SLEEVE
---->
FLAT WASHER, BRONZE
SPLIT DRIVE SHAFT - MAIN
ASSEMBLY, SPLIT DRIVE
SHAFT, STANDARD AND HIGH
SPEED (INC. ITEMS 3-6)
FRAME, DRIVE SIDE
DESCRIPTION
---->
---->
48790
P/N - 76"
CONVEYOR
< - - - - 21415-0001 - - - - >
48837
49969
<----
<----
48759
48847
P/N - 56"
CONVEYOR
<----
48847
P/N - 60"
CONVEYOR
32b
32a
1
1
1
30b
31
1
2
30a
29b
2
1
28
29a
1
1
1
1
27c
27b
27a
26
2
2
24
25
1
2
23a
23
ITEM QTY.
34128
<----
---->
---->
---->
P/N - 76"
CONVEYOR
50023
50040
50044
48707
48707
50056
50056
48851
<----
50051
50050
50023
50040
50044
48706
48707
50054
50054
48851
3101212
50051
50050
50023
50040
50044
48708
48708
50058
50058
50029
---->
50052
50053
< - - - - 35900-0023 - - - - >
< - - - - 22159-0003 - - - - >
50163
51067
P/N - 56"
CONVEYOR
<----
<----
P/N - 60"
CONVEYOR
SPLIT BELT CONVEYOR
ENGLISH
EXIT TRAY, 20"/508mm (OPT.
ON ALL CONVEYORS)
EXIT TRAY, 8"/203mm (STD. ON
60" & 56" CONVEYORS, OPT.
ON 76")
END STOP (STD. ON 76" CONVEYOR, OPT. ON 60" & 56")
CRUMB PAN, IDLER SIDE
CRUMB PAN, DRIVE SIDE
BELT, CONVEYOR, 9"/229mm,
HIGH SPEED
BELT, CONVEYOR, 9"/229mm,
STANDARD
ASSEMBLY, CHAIN COVER
MASTER LINK, DRIVE CHAIN
ASSEMBLY, DRIVE CHAIN,
FRONT BELT (SHORT - INC. ITEM
27c)
ASSEMBLY, DRIVE CHAIN, REAR
BELT (LONG - INC. ITEM 27c)
BUSHING, DRIVE SPROCKET
SPROCKET, CONVEYOR DRIVE
SHAFT, 20T (STANDARD AND
HIGH SPEED)
SPROCKET, CONVEYOR DRIVE
MOTOR, 20T (STANDARD)
PICKUP
ASSEMBLY, CONVEYOR MOTOR AND PICKUP (INC. ITEM 23a)
DESCRIPTION
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
ELEMENT
ENGLISH
58
QTY.
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
6
2
1
1
ITEM
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
33812-1
28021-0047
44549
33363
45019
31589
27480-0001
50589
50587
50232
58238
44568
44914
P/N
TC, TYPE “J” SHIELDED 6.00X120”
SWITCH, INTLCK 10A NO2P
CONTACTOR, 230V AC COIL 85A
END, STOP ENTRELEC
BREAKER, CKT 480VAC 63A 3POLE
LUG, TERM LUG-CU/AL 14-2AWG
BLOCK, POWER DIST 2POLES 600V
WLDMT, HTG ELE 480V 17KW 536ES
WLDMT, HTG ELE 380V 17KW 536ES
WLDMT, HTG ELE 240V 17KW 536ES
WLDMT, HTG ELE 208V 17KW 536ES
CONTROLLER, PS555EL 380-480V
CONTROLLER, PS555EL 208-240V
DESCRIPTION
MACHINERY COMPARTMENT
ENGLISH
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
59
SECTION 6
PARTS LIST
NOTES
ENGLISH
60
137
4
3
216
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
PICK UP
AUFNEHMER
CAPTEUR
CAPTADOR
CB5-0.3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
M
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
TC-
TC+
RESET
REINIT
REPOSIEION
L2
L1
NO
NC
232
151
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
236
234
151
265
+ARM
-ARM
5V
COUNT
COM
AC
AC
NO1
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMADOR
H1
X2
XFMR 230/115 0.2 KVA
TRANSFORMATOR
X1
206
C2,6
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
PICK UP
AUFNEHMER
CAPTEUR
CAPTADOR
CB6-0.3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
M
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
PARA USAR SOLO EN APLICACIONES DE BANDA
POUR LES FOURS A TAPIS JUMEAUX EXCLUSIVEMENT
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
256
TERMOPAR TIPO J
THERMOEOOPLE TYPE J
5V
121
109
111
202
256
4
CB2-8A
CB4-8A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
C1,3
ROUGE
ROJO
BLANC
BLANCO
RED
ROT
WHITE
WEISS
210
129
260
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
C1,1
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
ROUGE
ROJO
TERRE
VERDE
RED
ROT
TERRE
VERDE
RED
ROT
224
GRD
"
GRUN
131
15
T3
L3
224
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
A2
T4
L4
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
A2
131
LOAD
LAST
CHARGE
CARGA
LINE
LINIE
LIGNE
LINEA
263
3
L2
L1
INTERRUPTOR DE CALENTAMIENTO
COMMUTATEUR DE CHUFFAGE
280
GROUND LUG
TERRE PATTE
" ERDUNGSANSCHLUSS
GRUN
..
VERDE LENGUETA
HEIZUNGSSCHALTER
4
10
200
101
HEAT SWITCH
TERMOPAR TIPO J
THERMOEOOPLE TYPE J
THERMOCOUPLE
"
THERMOFUHLER
248
157
MOTEUR DE
REFROIDISSEMENT
MOTOR DE VENTILADOR
GRD
"
GRUN
ROUGE
ROJO
M2
T2
L2
M
M1
T1
L1
A1
BLOWER MOTOR
"
GEBLASE
MOTOREN
133
113
212
INTERRUPTOR DEL COMPARTIMENTO DE CONTROL DELANTERO
INTERRUPTEUR DU PANNEAU DE COMMANDE AVANT
3
T1
204
FRNT CNTRL HSG SWITCH
"
VORDERER STEUERGEHAUSESCHALTER
C2,9
LS1
CARTE DEFILTRAGE
PLACA DE CIRCUITOSDEL FILTRO
RFI-FILTER
"
FUNKENSTROFILTER
C1,12
C2,12
C2,4
C2,5
C2,3
C1,4
C1,5
10 AWG
10 AWG
149
C1,6
614
613
POWER RELAY
EIN/AUS RELAISS
PUISSANCE RELAIS
RELE DE ENCENDIDO
248
157
228
280
5
255
143
1
T1
L1
2
6
3
5
A1
A2
607
612
605
Y2
307
10 AWG
8-
BRN
602
BLU
603
280
GRD
7+
SSR1
C2
Z2
Z1
414
4
5
412
1
2
T3
L3
6
604
HEATING ELEMENTS
"
HEIZGERATE
COTE GAUCHE
CALENTADORES
X2
Y1
X1
T2
L2
4
3
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
5
BLUE
BROWN
Wiring Diagram, E208-240 50/60, 3PH 4W PS536ES
COUNT
COM
AC
AC
+ARM
-ARM
SPEED CONTROL
GESCHWINDIGKEITSKONTROLLE
REGULATION DE VITESSE
CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD
CONVEYOR MOTOR
GLEICHSTROM-BANDMOTOR
MOTEUR DE TRANSPORTEUR CC
MOTOR DE CC DEL TRANSPORTADOR
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
ROUGE
ROJO
ROUGE
ROJO
THERMOCOUPLE
"
THERMOFUHLER
INTERRUPTOR DE AIRE
RED
ROT
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
228
214
115
CB3-3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
L.H DOOR SWITCH
"
LINKE SEITE TURSCHALTER
COTE GAUCHE COMMUTATEUR
VERROUILLAGE PORTE
LADO IZQUIERDO
INTERRUPTOR PUERTA
INTERRUPTEUR D'AIR
TERRE
VERDE
GRD
"
GRUN
238
133
149
AIR SWITCH
LUFTSCHALTER
RED
ROT
KLEMMLEISTE
BLOQUE DE
TERMINALES
TB3
220
218
TERRE
VERDE
GRD
"
GRUN
FAN
FAN
H4
216
119
FOR SPLIT BELT APPLICATION ONLY
"
BENUTZT
NUR MIT GERTENNTER LAUFBAND
139
T2
VENTILADOR
VENTILATEUR
137
COM1
COM2
MOTOR COVER SWITCH
N.O. HELD CLOSE
MONITORABDECKUNGSSCHALTER
NORMAL OFFEN, GESCHLOSSEN GEHALTEN
INTERRUPTEUR SUR COUVERCLE DE MOTEUR
NORMALEMENT OUVERT, MAINTENU FEME
INTERRUPTOR DE LA CUBIERTA DEL MOTOR
N.A. SE MAINTIENE CERRADO
208
"
GEBLASE
SPEED CONTROL
GESCHWINDIGKEITSKONTROLLE
REGULATION DE VITESSE
CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD
CONVEYOR MOTOR
GLEICHSTROM-BANDMOTOR
MOTEUR DE TRANSPORTEUR CC
MOTOR DE CC DEL TRANSPORTADOR
254
252
218
119
RESET SWITCH
RUCKSTELLSCHALTER
BOUTON DE COMMANDE
DE REMISE EN MARCHE
INTERRUPTOR DE REAJUSTE
220
234
115
COMMUTATEUR CONVOYEUR
INTERRUPTOR DE TRANSPORTADOR
CONVEYOR SWITCH
LAUFBANDSSCHALTER
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
135
214
COM
COM1
COM2
NO1
LS2
135
125
LS3
COMMUTATEUR VENTILATEUR
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
"
TEMPERATURSCHALTER
INTERRUPTOR DE
VENTILATOR-SPOLPADO
CONTROLEUR DE
TEMPERATURE
THERMOSTATO
CB1-3A
9
222
10
127
11
6
-7
+8
NO2
103
14
NO2
105
12
5
13
4
BLOWER SWITCH
"
GEBLASESCHALTER
COM1
COM2
NO1
NO2
C2,7
15
L2
503
CB7-63A
C2,8
222
301
107
16
G
L1
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
404
408
410
303
305
507
SSR1
509
511
61
513
LINEA
309
521
606
503
607
HEATER VOLTAGE
(SEE CHART)
404
10 AWG
CB8-63A
610
1
T1
L1
2
5
6
422
2
3
T2
L2
4
3
402
302
Z4
Z3
Y3
C3
4
1
A1
A2
10 AWG
605
308
10 AWG
8-
606
611
7+
GRD
SSR2
10 AWG
602
T3
L3
603
6
5
501
420
HEATING ELEMENTS
"
HEIZGERATE
COTE GAUCHE
CALENTADORES
X4
Y4
X3
519
SSR2
505
515
301
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
LOAD
517
406
416
LAST
304
CARGA
418
CHARGE
306
LIGNE
v
310
109
v
LINIE
LINE
v
v
210
v
v
208-240V
50/60 HZ
610
POWER RELAY
EIN/AUS RELAISS
PUISSANCE RELAIS
RELE DE ENCENDIDO
L3
L2
L1
TB1
KLEMMLEISTE
58214E
GROUND LUG
TERRE PATTE
" ERDUNGSANSCHLUSS
GRUN
..
VERDE LENGUETA
BLOQUE DE
TERMINALES
SECTION 7
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
SECTION 7
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
4
3
216
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
PICK UP
AUFNEHMER
CAPTEUR
CAPTADOR
CB5-0.3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
M
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
252
254
218
TC-
TC+
RESET
REINIT
REPOSIEION
L2
L1
NO
NC
232
151
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
236
234
151
265
5V
COUNT
COM
AC
AC
+ARM
-ARM
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMADOR
H1
X2
X1
139
218
220
C2,6
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
PARA USAR SOLO EN APLICACIONES DE BANDA
256
228
TERMOPAR TIPO J
5V
COUNT
COM
AC
AC
+ARM
-ARM
111
202
256
4
CB4-8A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
C1,3
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
210
CB2-8A
260
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
L2
M2
T2
M
M1
T1
L1
A1
224
C1,1
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
ROUGE
ROJO
RED
ROT
GRUN "
TERRE
VERDE
GRD
129
248
157
MOTEUR DE
REFROIDISSEMENT
MOTOR DE VENTILADOR
BLOWER MOTOR
"
GEBLASE
MOTOREN
133
113
212
131
L3
15
T3
224
A2
L4
263
"
4
280
INTERRUPTOR DE CALENTAMIENTO
COMMUTATEUR DE CHUFFAGE
HEIZUNGSSCHALTER
HEAT SWITCH
3
TERMOPAR TIPO J
THERMOEOOPLE TYPE J
THERMOFUHLER
THERMOCOUPLE
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
T4
10
200
101
GROUND LUG
TERRE PATTE
" ERDUNGSANSCHLUSS
GRUN
..
VERDE LENGUETA
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
A2
131
LOAD
LAST
CHARGE
CARGA
LINE
LINIE
LIGNE
LINEA
CARTE DEFILTRAGE
PLACA DE CIRCUITOSDEL FILTRO
INTERRUPTOR DEL COMPARTIMENTO DE CONTROL DELANTERO
INTERRUPTEUR DU PANNEAU DE COMMANDE AVANT
3
T1
204
FRNT CNTRL HSG SWITCH
"
VORDERER STEUERGEHAUSESCHALTER
C2,9
LS1
103
RFI-FILTER
"
FUNKENSTROFILTER
L2
L1
C1,12
C2,12
C2,4
C2,5
C2,3
C1,4
C1,5
10 AWG
10 AWG
614
613
149
C1,6
POWER RELAY
EIN/AUS RELAISS
PUISSANCE RELAIS
RELE DE ENCENDIDO
248
157
228
280
5
255
143
T1
L1
2
1
6
3
5
BLUE
4
5
A1
A2
607
612
605
Y2
307
10 AWG
8-
GRD
7+
BRN
602
BLU
603
280
280
SSR1
C2
Z2
Z1
414
1
2
T3
L3
6
5
301
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
HEATING ELEMENTS
"
HEIZGERATE
COTE GAUCHE
CALENTADORES
X2
Y1
X1
T2
L2
4
3
BROWN
Wiring Diagram, E380-480 50/60, 3PH 5W PS536ES
121
CB3-3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
THERMOEOOPLE TYPE J
SPEED CONTROL
GESCHWINDIGKEITSKONTROLLE
REGULATION DE VITESSE
CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD
POUR LES FOURS A TAPIS JUMEAUX EXCLUSIVEMENT
BENUTZT NUR MIT GERTENNTER LAUFBAND
"
FOR SPLIT BELT APPLICATION ONLY
PICK UP
AUFNEHMER
CAPTEUR
CAPTADOR
CB6-0.3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
NO1
NO2
"
L.H DOOR SWITCH
LINKE SEITE TURSCHALTER
COTE GAUCHE COMMUTATEUR
VERROUILLAGE PORTE
LADO IZQUIERDO
INTERRUPTOR PUERTA
THERMOCOUPLE
"
THERMOFUHLER
INTERRUPTOR DE AIRE
INTERRUPTEUR D'AIR
LUFTSCHALTER
AIR SWITCH
238
214
149
115
133
CONVEYOR MOTOR
GLEICHSTROM-BANDMOTOR
MOTEUR DE TRANSPORTEUR CC
MOTOR DE CC DEL TRANSPORTADOR
BLOQUE DE
TERMINALES
TB3
KLEMMLEISTE
216
119
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
FAN
FAN
H4
M
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
T2
VENTILADOR
VENTILATEUR
137
COM1
COM2
MOTOR COVER SWITCH
N.O. HELD CLOSE
MONITORABDECKUNGSSCHALTER
NORMAL OFFEN, GESCHLOSSEN GEHALTEN
INTERRUPTEUR SUR COUVERCLE DE MOTEUR
NORMALEMENT OUVERT, MAINTENU FEME
INTERRUPTOR DE LA CUBIERTA DEL MOTOR
N.A. SE MAINTIENE CERRADO
206
COM1
COM2
NO1
NO2
XFMR 230/115 0.2 KVA
TRANSFORMATOR
"
GEBLASE
SPEED CONTROL
GESCHWINDIGKEITSKONTROLLE
REGULATION DE VITESSE
CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD
CONVEYOR MOTOR
GLEICHSTROM-BANDMOTOR
MOTEUR DE TRANSPORTEUR CC
MOTOR DE CC DEL TRANSPORTADOR
BOUTON DE COMMANDE
DE REMISE EN MARCHE
INTERRUPTOR DE REAJUSTE
RESET SWITCH
RUCKSTELLSCHALTER
220
234
137
119
CONVEYOR SWITCH
LAUFBANDSSCHALTER
COMMUTATEUR CONVOYEUR
INTERRUPTOR DE TRANSPORTADOR
135
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
115
208
109
214
COM
LS2
COMMUTATEUR VENTILATEUR
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
"
TEMPERATURSCHALTER
LS3
135
125
CB1-3A
9
+8
INTERRUPTOR DE
VENTILATOR-SPOLPADO
CONTROLEUR DE
TEMPERATURE
THERMOSTATO
222
10
127
11
6
-7
BLOWER SWITCH
"
GEBLASESCHALTER
COM1
COM2
NO1
NO2
105
14
107
12
5
13
4
404
109
15
L2
604
208-240V
50/60 HZ
16
G
L1
606
607
HEATER VOLTAGE
(SEE CHART)
10 AWG
610
6
3
T1
L1
422
402
501
503
404
301
T2
L2
4
3
1
4
5
Z4
Z3
C3
A1
A2
308
610
606
605
611
10 AWG
8-
GRD
7+
SSR2
10 AWG
602
2
Y3
L3
T3
526
614
426
326
625
525
613
425
325
10 AWG
POWER RELAY
EIN/AUS RELAISS
PUISSANCE RELAIS
RELE DE ENCENDIDO
RFI FILTER 2
"
FUNKENSTROFILTER
2
CARTE DEFILTRAGE 2
PLACA DE CARCUITOSDEL FILTRO 2
A
B
G
C
N
A
B
G
C
N
RFI FILTER 1
"
FUNKENSTROFILTER
1
CARTE DEFILTRAGE 1
PLACA DE CARCUITOSDEL FILTRO 1
603
6
5
10 AWG
HEATING ELEMENTS
"
HEIZGERATE
COTE GAUCHE
CALENTADORES
X4
Y4
X3
1
2
406
416
C2,7
222
302
304
503
SSR1
CB8-63A
SSR2
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
513
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
505
515
517
CB7-63A
507
509
511
303
305
408
410
412
62
519
LOAD
418
LAST
306
CARGA
309
LINEA
420
CHARGE
v
310
LIGNE
v
v
LINIE
LINE
v
210
v
v
C2,8
TB1
KLEMMLEISTE
58330D
GROUND LUG
TERRE PATTE
" ERDUNGSANSCHLUSS
GRUN
..
VERDE LENGUETA
L3
L2
L1
N
BLOQUE DE
TERMINALES
SECTION 7
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
521
137
4
3
216
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
PICK UP
AUFNEHMER
CAPTEUR
CAPTADOR
CB5-0.3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
M
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
TC-
TC+
RESET
REINIT
REPOSIEION
L2
L1
NO
NC
232
151
265
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
BLANC
BLANCO
WHITE
WEISS
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
236
234
151
5V
COUNT
COM
AC
AC
+ARM
-ARM
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMADOR
H1
X2
XFMR 230/115 0.2 KVA
TRANSFORMATOR
X1
C2,6
ROUGE
ROJO
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
PICK UP
AUFNEHMER
CAPTEUR
CAPTADOR
CB6-0.3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
M
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
PARA USAR SOLO EN APLICACIONES DE BANDA
POUR LES FOURS A TAPIS JUMEAUX EXCLUSIVEMENT
RED
ROT
ROUGE
ROJO
BLANC
BLANCO
WHITE
WEISS
BLACK
SCHWARTZ
NOIR
NEGRO
256
TERMOPAR TIPO J
THERMOEOOPLE TYPE J
THERMOCOUPLE
"
THERMOFUHLER
5V
COUNT
COM
AC
AC
+ARM
-ARM
111
202
256
4
CB4-8A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CB2-8A
C1,3
ROUGE
ROJO
BLANC
BLANCO
RED
ROT
WHITE
WEISS
210
129
TERRE
260
C1,1
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
VERDE
RED
ROT
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
RED
ROT
224
131
15
T3
L3
224
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
A2
T4
L4
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
A2
131
263
3
L2
L1
INTERRUPTOR DE CALENTAMIENTO
COMMUTATEUR DE CHUFFAGE
280
GROUND LUG
TERRE PATTE
" ERDUNGSANSCHLUSS
GRUN
..
VERDE LENGUETA
HEIZUNGSSCHALTER
4
10
200
101
HEAT SWITCH
TERMOPAR TIPO J
THERMOEOOPLE TYPE J
THERMOCOUPLE
"
THERMOFUHLER
248
157
MOTEUR DE
REFROIDISSEMENT
MOTOR DE VENTILADOR
GRD
"
GRUN
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
M2
T2
L2
M
M1
T1
L1
A1
BLOWER MOTOR
"
GEBLASE
MOTOREN
133
113
212
LOAD
LAST
CHARGE
CARGA
LINE
LINIE
LIGNE
LINEA
RFI-FILTER
"
FUNKENSTROFILTER
CARTE DEFILTRAGE
PLACA DE CIRCUITOSDEL FILTRO
INTERRUPTOR DEL COMPARTIMENTO DE CONTROL DELANTERO
INTERRUPTEUR DU PANNEAU DE COMMANDE AVANT
3
T1
204
FRNT CNTRL HSG SWITCH
"
VORDERER STEUERGEHAUSESCHALTER
C2,9
LS1
103
C1,12
C2,12
C2,4
C2,5
C2,3
C1,4
C1,5
10 AWG
10 AWG
149
C1,6
614
613
POWER RELAY
EIN/AUS RELAISS
PUISSANCE RELAIS
RELE DE ENCENDIDO
248
157
228
280
5
255
143
Wiring Diagram, E380V 50/60, 3PH 5W PS536ES
SPEED CONTROL
GESCHWINDIGKEITSKONTROLLE
REGULATION DE VITESSE
CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD
CONVEYOR MOTOR
GLEICHSTROM-BANDMOTOR
MOTEUR DE TRANSPORTEUR CC
MOTOR DE CC DEL TRANSPORTADOR
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
RED
ROT
INTERRUPTOR DE AIRE
ROUGE
ROJO
WHITE
WEISS
BLANC
BLANCO
228
214
121
CB3-3A
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
"
L.H DOOR SWITCH
LINKE SEITE TURSCHALTER
COTE GAUCHE COMMUTATEUR
VERROUILLAGE PORTE
LADO IZQUIERDO
INTERRUPTOR PUERTA
115
INTERRUPTEUR D'AIR
RED
ROT
GRD
"
GRUN
238
133
149
AIR SWITCH
LUFTSCHALTER
TERRE
VERDE
KLEMMLEISTE
BLOQUE DE
TERMINALES
TB3
220
218
TERRE
VERDE
GRD
"
GRUN
FAN
FAN
H4
216
119
FOR SPLIT BELT APPLICATION ONLY
"
BENUTZT
NUR MIT GERTENNTER LAUFBAND
139
T2
VENTILADOR
VENTILATEUR
137
206
MOTOR COVER SWITCH
N.O. HELD CLOSE
MONITORABDECKUNGSSCHALTER
NORMAL OFFEN, GESCHLOSSEN GEHALTEN
INTERRUPTEUR SUR COUVERCLE DE MOTEUR
NORMALEMENT OUVERT, MAINTENU FEME
INTERRUPTOR DE LA CUBIERTA DEL MOTOR
N.A. SE MAINTIENE CERRADO
208
"
GEBLASE
SPEED CONTROL
GESCHWINDIGKEITSKONTROLLE
REGULATION DE VITESSE
CONTROL DE VELOCIDAD
CONVEYOR MOTOR
GLEICHSTROM-BANDMOTOR
MOTEUR DE TRANSPORTEUR CC
MOTOR DE CC DEL TRANSPORTADOR
252
254
218
119
RESET SWITCH
RUCKSTELLSCHALTER
BOUTON DE COMMANDE
DE REMISE EN MARCHE
INTERRUPTOR DE REAJUSTE
220
234
115
COMMUTATEUR CONVOYEUR
INTERRUPTOR DE TRANSPORTADOR
CONVEYOR SWITCH
LAUFBANDSSCHALTER
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
135
214
COM
COM1
COM2
NO1
NO2
COM1
COM2
NO1
NO2
LS2
COMMUTATEUR VENTILATEUR
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
"
TEMPERATURSCHALTER
LS3
135
125
CB1-3A
9
+8
INTERRUPTOR DE
VENTILATOR-SPOLPADO
CONTROLEUR DE
TEMPERATURE
THERMOSTATO
222
10
127
11
6
-7
109
105
14
BLOWER SWITCH
"
GEBLASESCHALTER
COM1
COM2
NO1
NO2
C2,7
12
5
13
4
C2,8
15
L2
T1
L1
2
1
6
3
A1
A2
Y2
307
Z2
X2
HEATING ELEMENTS
"
HEIZGERATE
Z1
COTE GAUCHE
CALENTADORES
607
612
605
10 AWG
8-
GRD
7+
BRN
602
BLU
603
280
SSR1
C2
414
4
5
412
1
2
T3
L3
6
5
604
Y1
X1
T2
L2
4
3
GRD
"
GRUN
TERRE
VERDE
5
BLUE
BROWN
404
107
16
G
L1
301
109
222
521
606
503
607
HEATER VOLTAGE
(SEE CHART)
404
10 AWG
610
505
515
503
CB7-63A
507
SSR1
509
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
513
63
511
408
410
T1
L1
2
1
406
416
301
CIRCUIT BREAKER
TRENNSCHALTERS
DISJONCTEUR
DISYUNTOR
CONTACTOR
"
SCHALTSCHUTZ
CONTROLEUR
CONTROLADOR
303
305
CB8-63A
5
6
Z4
X4
COTE GAUCHE
CALENTADORES
HEATING ELEMENTS
"
HEIZGERATE
Z3
Y3
Y4
420
X3
422
2
3
T2
L2
4
3
C3
4
1
A1
A2
10 AWG
605
308
10 AWG
8-
606
611
7+
GRD
SSR2
10 AWG
602
T3
L3
603
6
5
402
501
519
SSR2
LOAD
517
302
304
LAST
418
CARGA
306
CHARGE
309
LINEA
310
LIGNE
v
v
LINIE
LINE
v
v
210
v
v
208-240V
50/60 HZ
610
N
POWER RELAY
EIN/AUS RELAISS
PUISSANCE RELAIS
RELE DE ENCENDIDO
L3
L2
L1
TB1
KLEMMLEISTE
58267D
GROUND LUG
TERRE PATTE
" ERDUNGSANSCHLUSS
GRUN
..
VERDE LENGUETA
BLOQUE DE
TERMINALES
SECTION 7
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
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.
Middleby Cooking Systems Group • 1400 Toastmaster Drive • Elgin, IL 60120 • USA • (847)741-3300 • FAX (847)741-4406
24-Hour Service Hotline: 1-(800)-238-8444
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