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Installation and
Operation Manual
PHOENIX
Gas-Fired Stone Hearth Oven
Commercial Dual Burner Model
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
PHOENIX 4343
WS-PX-4343-RFG-LR-(NG, LP)
PHOENIX 4355
WS-PX-4355-RFG-LR-(NG, LP)
woodstone-corp.com
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
Revised April 2015
Doc no: M0030.02
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS��������������������������������� 2
PHOENIX DUAL BURNER OVEN�������������������� 3
CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS ������������������������ 4
PX-4343-LR SPECIFICATIONS �������������������� 6
PX-4355-LR SPECIFICATIONS �������������������� 7
PLACING THE OVEN������������������������������������ 8
INSTALLATION CLEARANCES ���������������������� 9
OVEN VENTING ���������������������������������������� 10
LIFTING THE OVEN������������������������������������ 11
EXPLODED PARTS DIAGRAM �������������������� 13
ASSEMBLY ���������������������������������������������� 14
UTILITY CONNECTIONS ���������������������������� 20
STORAGE BOX INSTALLATION ������������������ 22
CONTROLLER ������������������������������������������ 23
INITIAL START-UP ������������������������������������ 24
OVEN OPERATION������������������������������������ 25
DAILY MAINTENANCE�������������������������������� 26
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ���������������������� 27
120 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM���������������� 28
240 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM���������������� 29
INTERLOCK DIAGRAM ������������������������������ 30
LIMITED WARRANTY �������������������������������� 31
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
2
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
PHOENIX DUAL BURNER OVEN
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL FOR
THE WOOD STONE DUAL BURNER PHOENIX
NATURAL GAS OR PROPANE FUELED DUAL BURNER STONE HEARTH OVEN
WS-PX-4343-RFG-LR-(NG OR LP) AND WS-PX-4355-RFG-LR-(NG OR LP)
ADDITIONAL COPIES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Shown: WS-PX-4343-RFG-LR
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
3
CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL FOR THE WOOD STONE PHOENIX
NATURAL GAS (NG) OR PROPANE (LP) FUELED DUAL BURNER STONE HEARTH OVEN
WS-PX-4343-RFG-LR-(NG OR LP), WS-PX-4355-RFG-LR-(NG OR LP)
ADDITIONAL COPIES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Additional copies of this manual are available at woodstone-corp.com.
For prompt responses to service/maintenance questions, call your local distributor.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THIS APPLIANCE
Please read this entire manual before you install the oven. Failure to follow instructions may result in
property damage, bodily injury or even death. Contact your local building or fire officials about restrictions
and installation inspection in your area.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can result in property
damage, injury or death. Read the installation, operation and maintenance instructions thoroughly before
installing or servicing this equipment.
AVERTISSEMENT: L’installation, le réglage, la modification, la réparation ou l’entretien incorrect de cet
appareil peut causer des dommages matériels, de blessures ou la mort. Lire attentivement les instructions
d’installation, de fonctionement et d’entretien avant de procéder à son installation ou entretien.
IMPORTANT: Consult your local gas supplier for a statement outlining a procedure to be followed in the
event you smell gas. Post the statement in a prominent location.
When this oven is not properly installed, a fire may result. To reduce the risk of fire,
follow the installation instructions. It is recommended that this oven be installed, maintained
and serviced by authorized professionals.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
4
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
A MAJOR CAUSE OF OVEN RELATED FIRES IS A
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED CLEARANCES
TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL. IT IS OF UTMOST
IMPORTANCE THAT THIS OVEN BE INSTALLED ONLY
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
POUR VOTRE SÉCURITÉ: Ne pas entreposer ni utiliser d’essence ou d’autres vapeurs de liquides
inflammables ou des liquides dans les environs de ce ou de tout autre appareil.
!
This appliance is for professional use by qualified personnel. This appliance must be
installed by qualified persons in accordance with the regulations in force. This appliance
must be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent the occurrence of unacceptable
concentrations of substances harmful to health in the room in which it is installed. This
appliance needs an unobstructed flow of fresh air for satisfactory combustion and must
be installed in a suitably ventilated room in accordance with current regulations. This
appliance should be serviced by qualified personnel at least every 12 months, or sooner
if heavy use is expected.
SAVE THE INSTRUCTIONS
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
5
4343 (CS-REC-9) SPECIFICATIONS
PX-4343-LR SPECIFICATIONS
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
Plan view
Rear view
D
D
42 1/4"
D
1080mm
D
G
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
7 1/2"
190mm
190mm
G
Knockouts provided
on rear
for gas/electrical
G
G
OD
O 10
250mm
OD
O 10
250mm
OD
O 10
10
O 250mm
250mm OD
Front view W
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
160mm
160mm
9 3/4"
250mm
9 3/4"
250mm
9 3/4"
9 3/4"
250mm
250mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
7 1/2"
190mm
190mm
4 1/4"
110mm
4 1/4"
110mm
4 1/4"
4 1/4"
110mm
110mm
10 1/2"
270mm
10 1/2"
270mm
10 1/2"
10 1/2"
270mm
270mm
1 1/2"
40mm1 1/2"
40mm1 1/2"
1 1/2"
40mm
40mm
UTILITIES SPECIFICATIONS
Gas: 19mm (3/4") FNPT gas inlet
105,000 BTU/hr Natural Gas (NG)
OR
105,000 BTU/hr Propane (LP)
Maximum gas inlet pressure
1/2 psi (14 inches W.C.)
/650-1111 www.woodstone-corp.com
360/650-1111 www.woodstone-corp.com
WA
www.woodstone-corp.com
MENSIONS
ARE IN
INCHES
WA 360/650-1111
360/650-1111
www.woodstone-corp.com
2 1/2"
70mm2 1/2"
70mm2 1/2"
2 1/2"
70mm
70mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
7 1/2"
190mm
190mm
47"
1200mm
47"
1200mm
47"
37"
47"
1200mm
940mm
37"
1200mm
940mm
37"
37"
940mm
940mm
AIR INTAKE
AIR INTAKE
AIR INTAKE
AIR INTAKE
9 1/2"
240mm
9 1/2"
240mm
9 1/2"
9 1/2"
240mm
240mm
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
160mm
160mm
Side view
W
24 1/2" 42 1/4"
W
620mm
W
24 1/2"
1080mm
620mm
24 1/2"
24 1/2"
620mm
620mm
Air intake: Do not
facade or cover over
Must be left
removable for service
Actual weight:748 kg
1650 lbs.
Ship weight: 953 kg
2100 lbs.
69 3/4"
1770mm
69 3/4"
1770mm
69 3/4"
69 3/4"
1770mm
1770mm
40"
1020mm
40"
1020mm
40"
40"
1020mm
1020mm
6"
150mm
6"
150mm
6"
6"
150mm
150mm
Electrical
120 VAC, 2 A, 60 Hz
Optional: 240 VAC, 1 A, 60 Hz
All utility connections made on the back
of the oven control box. Remove front or
WS-BL-4355
shown
PART
#:panel
rear
access Use
utility
knockouts
WS-BL-4355
shown
PART
#: for
(provided)
to
route
gas
and electrical
WS-BL-4355
shown
DATE:PART
#:
5/30/2013
shown
PART
#: WS-BL-4355
DATE:
5/30/2013
supplies.
Refer
to data plate when
installing.
DATE:
5/30/2013
DATE: 5/30/2013
Venting
The Phoenix must be vented using an approved
chimney, or an exhaust hood constructed and
installed in accordance with all relevant local and
national codes.
REV:
SHEET: 1 of 1
REV:
SHEET: 1 of 1
REV:
1
of
1
SHEET:
bena
DWN BY:
REV:
1 of 1
SHEET:
DWN
BY: bena
DWN
bena
DWN BY:
BY: bena
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita
Oven)
- All
Sizes
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita
Oven)
- All
Sizes
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita
Oven)
All
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita Oven) - All Sizes
Sizes
General
Arrangement
General Arrangement
General
General Arrangement
Arrangement
11
1
ARE IN INCHES
:DIMENSIONS
LINEAR ±1/2 [±10mm],
ANGULAR ±2°
DIMENSIONS
IN
CES:
LINEAR
±1/2
[±10mm],
ANGULAR ±2°
LESS
NOTED
OTHERWISE
DIMENSIONS ARE
ARE
IN INCHES
INCHES
wood stone corporation
ANCES:
[±10mm],
ANGULAR
UNLESSLINEAR
NOTED±1/2
OTHERWISE
ANCES:
LINEAR
±1/2
[±10mm],
ANGULAR ±2°
±2°
1801 w. bakerview rd.
t.+1.360.650.1111
PROGRAM
OF
PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
UNLESS
NOTED
OTHERWISE
UNLESS
NOTED
OTHERWISE
NG
OF PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
REPROGRAM
US TO CHANGE
SPECIFICATIONS
bellingham,
wa
98226
usa
f.+1.360.650.1166
OING
PROGRAM
OF
PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
QUIRE
US TO
CHANGE
An ongoing
program
ofSPECIFICATIONS
product improvement
may require LEGEND:
us to change
WITHOUT
NOTICE.
OING
PROGRAM
OF
PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
LEGEND:
REQUIRE
US
TO
CHANGE
SPECIFICATIONS
specifications
without
notice.
WS-PX-4343-LR,
WS-PX-4355-LR,
info@woodstone-corp.com
or
visit
woodstone-corp.com
WITHOUT
NOTICE. SPECIFICATIONS
Model
D
W
BTU/hr
REQUIRE
US TOIN
CHANGE
ON
CONTAINED
THIS
IS THE
Revised April
2015 DRAWING
.
Doc no: M0030.02LEGEND:
WITHOUT
NOTICE.
LEGEND:
Model
D
W
BTU/hr
120VAC, 4A
WITHOUT
NOTICE.
ATION
CONTAINED
IN
THIS
DRAWING
IS
THE
RTY OF WOOD STONE CORPORATION
Model 42 1/4 in - 1080 mm
D
W
BTU/hr
120VAC, 4A
WS-BL-4343
42
1/4
in
1070
mm
105,000
NG
100,000
LP
RMATION
CONTAINED
IN
THIS
DRAWING
IS
THE
Model
D
W
BTU/hr
PERTY6
OF
WOOD
STONE
CORPORATION
CTION
OR
USE
IN PART
AS DRAWING
A WHOLE IS THE GAS INLET:
RMATION
CONTAINED
INOR
THIS
42 1/4 in - 1080 mm
42 1/4 in - 1070 mm
105,000 NG - 100,000 LP
120VAC, 4AWS-BL-4343
ROPERTY
OF
WOOD
STONE
CORPORATION
120VAC,
4A
DUCTION
OR
USE
IN
PART
OR
AS
A
WHOLE
RITTEN
PERMISSION
WOOD
STONE IS
G 3/4" NPT
INLET:
ROPERTY
OF WOOD OF
STONE
CORPORATION
WS-BL-4343
1/4 in
- 108042
mm
1/4 in
- 1070 151,000
mm
105,000
NG - 100,000
LP
WS-BL-4355
54 1/4 in 42
- 1380
mm
1/4 in 42
- 1070
mm
NG
- 151,000
WS-BL-4343
42
1/4 in
- 1080 mm
42
1/4 in
- 1070 mm
105,000
NG - LP
100,000 LP
OR USE IN PART
OR ASSTONE
A WHOLE
ERODUCTION
WRITTEN
PERMISSION
OF WOOD
IS
G GAS
3/4" NPT
GAS INLET:
PROHIBITED
4355 (CS-REC-11) SPECIFICATIONS
PX-4355-LR SPECIFICATIONS
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
Plan view
Rear view
D
Air intake: Do not
facade or cover over
Must be left
removable for service
D
54 1/4"
D
1380mm
D
G
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
7 1/2"
190mm
190mm
G
Knockouts provided
on rear
for gas/electrical
G
G
OD
O 10
250mm
OD
O 10
250mm
OD
O 10
10
O 250mm
250mm OD
Front view W
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
160mm
160mm
9 3/4"
250mm
9 3/4"
250mm
9 3/4"
9 3/4"
250mm
250mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
7 1/2"
190mm
190mm
4 1/4"
110mm
4 1/4"
110mm
4 1/4"
4 1/4"
110mm
110mm
10 1/2"
270mm
10 1/2"
270mm
10 1/2"
10 1/2"
270mm
270mm
1 1/2"
40mm1 1/2"
40mm1 1/2"
1 1/2"
40mm
40mm
UTILITIES SPECIFICATIONS
Gas: 19mm (3/4") FNPT gas inlet
151,000 BTU/hr Natural Gas (NG)
OR
151,000 BTU/hr Propane (LP)
Maximum gas inlet pressure
1/2 psi (14 inches W.C.)
A 360/650-1111 www.woodstone-corp.com
, WA 360/650-1111 www.woodstone-corp.com
ham,
WA
www.woodstone-corp.com
DIMENSIONS
ARE IN
INCHES
ham,
WA 360/650-1111
360/650-1111
www.woodstone-corp.com
2 1/2"
70mm2 1/2"
70mm2 1/2"
2 1/2"
70mm
70mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
190mm
7 1/2"
7 1/2"
190mm
190mm
47"
1200mm
47"
1200mm
47"
37"
47"
1200mm
940mm
37"
1200mm
940mm
37"
37"
940mm
940mm
AIR INTAKE
AIR INTAKE
AIR INTAKE
AIR INTAKE
9 1/2"
240mm
9 1/2"
240mm
9 1/2"
9 1/2"
240mm
240mm
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
160mm
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
160mm
160mm
Side view
W
24 1/2" 42W1/4"
620mm
W
24 1/2"
1080mm
620mm
24 1/2"
24
1/2"
620mm
620mm
Actual weight: 998 kg
2200 lbs.
Ship weight: 1134 kg
2500 lbs.
69 3/4"
1770mm
69 3/4"
1770mm
69 3/4"
69 3/4"
1770mm
1770mm
40"
1020mm
40"
1020mm
40"
40"
1020mm
1020mm
6"
150mm
6"
150mm
6"
6"
150mm
150mm
Electrical
120 VAC, 2 A, 60 Hz
Optional: 240 VAC, 1 A, 60 Hz
All utility connections made on the back
of the oven control box. Remove front or
WS-BL-4355
shown
PART
rear#:panel
for access Use
utility knockouts
PART #: WS-BL-4355 shown
(provided)
to
route
gas
and electrical
WS-BL-4355
shown
DATE:PART
#:
5/30/2013
shown
PARTRefer
#: WS-BL-4355
DATE:
5/30/2013
supplies.
to data plate when
installing.
DATE:
5/30/2013
DATE: 5/30/2013
Venting
The Phoenix must be vented using an approved
chimney, or an exhaust hood constructed and
installed in accordance with all relevant local and
national codes.
REV:
SHEET: 1 of 1
REV:
SHEET: 1 of 1
REV:
1
of
1
SHEET:
bena
DWN BY:
REV:
1 of 1
SHEET:
DWN
BY: bena
DWN
bena
DWN BY:
BY: bena
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita
Oven)
- All
Sizes
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita
Oven)
- All
Sizes
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita
Oven)
All
BL-RFG-LR
(Pita Oven) - All Sizes
Sizes
General
Arrangement
General Arrangement
General
General Arrangement
Arrangement
11
1
ARE IN INCHES
CES:DIMENSIONS
LINEAR ±1/2 [±10mm],
ANGULAR ±2°
DIMENSIONS
ARE
IN
RANCES:
LINEAR
±1/2
[±10mm],
ANGULAR ±2°
UNLESS
NOTED OTHERWISE
wood stone corporation
DIMENSIONS
ARE
IN INCHES
INCHES
LERANCES:
[±10mm],
ANGULAR
UNLESSLINEAR
NOTED±1/2
OTHERWISE
LERANCES:
LINEAR
±1/2
[±10mm],
ANGULAR ±2°
±2°
1801 w. bakerview rd.
t.+1.360.650.1111
NG PROGRAM
OF
PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
UNLESS
NOTED
OTHERWISE
UNLESS
NOTED
OTHERWISE
GOING PROGRAM
OF PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
EQUIRE
US TO CHANGE
SPECIFICATIONS
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
f.+1.360.650.1166
ONGOING
PROGRAM
OF
PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
An ongoing
program
ofSPECIFICATIONS
product improvement
may require LEGEND:
us to change
Y
REQUIRE
US TO
CHANGE
WITHOUT
NOTICE.
ONGOING
PROGRAM
OF
PRODUCT
IMPROVEMENT
LEGEND:
specifications
without
notice.
WS-PX-4343-LR,
WS-PX-4355-LR,
info@woodstone-corp.com
or
visit
woodstone-corp.com
MAY
US
TO
CHANGE
WITHOUT
NOTICE. SPECIFICATIONS
Model
D
W
BTU/hr
MAY REQUIRE
REQUIRE
US
TO April
CHANGE
SPECIFICATIONS
MATION
CONTAINED
THIS
IS THE
RevisedIN
2015 DRAWING
.
Doc no: M0030.02LEGEND:
WITHOUT
NOTICE.
LEGEND:
Model
D
W
BTU/hr
120VAC, 4A
WITHOUT
NOTICE.
ORMATION
CONTAINED
IN
THIS
DRAWING
IS
THE
OPERTY OF WOOD STONE CORPORATION
Model 42 1/4 in - 1080 mm
D
W
BTU/hr
120VAC,
4A
WS-BL-4343
42
1/4
in
1070
mm
105,000
NG
100,000
LP
NFORMATION
CONTAINED
IN
THIS
Model
D
W
BTU/hr
PROPERTYOR
OF
WOOD
STONE
CORPORATION
ODUCTION
USE
IN PART
AS DRAWING
A WHOLE IS
7
NFORMATION
CONTAINED
INOR
THIS
DRAWING
IS THE
THE GAS INLET:
42 1/4 in - 1080 mm
42 1/4 in - 1070 mm
105,000 NG - 100,000 LP
120VAC, 4AWS-BL-4343
LE
PROPERTY
OF
WOOD
STONE
CORPORATION
120VAC,
4A
PRODUCTION
OR
USE
IN
PART
OR
AS
A
WHOLE
E WRITTEN
PERMISSION
WOOD
STONE IS
G
GAS INLET:
LE
PROPERTY
OF WOOD OF
STONE
CORPORATION
WS-BL-4343
42
1/4 in
- 108042
mm
42
1/4 in
- 1070 151,000
mm
105,000
NG - 100,000
LP
3/4" NPT
WS-BL-4355
54
1/4
in
1380
mm
1/4
in
1070
mm
NG
151,000
LP
WS-BL-4343
42
1/4
in
1080
mm
42
1/4
in
1070
mm
105,000
NG
100,000
LP
REPRODUCTION
OR USE IN PART
OR ASSTONE
A WHOLE
THE WRITTEN
PERMISSION
OF WOOD
IS
G 3/4" NPT
GAS INLET:
PROHIBITED
PLACING THE OVEN
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
If you received your Phoenix oven disassembled, go to the ASSEMBLY section.
PLACING THE OVEN
The oven must be installed on a flat level surface. The weight of the oven is carried by the full perimeter of the oven
stand. If it is necessary to shim the oven for leveling purposes, it is critical that the shim material be metal, and that the
shims are installed in such a way that the full perimeter of the stand is solidly supported. Any gaps created by shimming
between the oven and the floor must be sealed. Failure to solidly support the full perimeter of the oven stand can
result in costly damage to the oven and will void the warranty.
The floor design and construction must be adequate to handle the weight of the oven.
Please see woodstone-corp.com/installation_footprints.htm for floor loading information.
FORKLIFT REQUIREMENTS
The oven is very top-heavy. IF THE OVEN TIPS IT CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH! NEVER ATTEMPT TO USE
A HAND TRUCK TO MOVE THE OVEN. The oven should only be moved using a pallet jack on a LEVEL FLOOR. If the
oven must be moved over an inclined surface, a forklift or other suitable means should be employed. If the installer does
not have the equipment or experience required to move the oven safely, we recommend you secure the services of a
qualified rigging company.
Shipping Weight
Required Forklift
Capacity
Minimum Fork
Length
BL-4343/4836
953 kg (2,100 lbs)
1450 kg (3,200 lbs)
1.5 m (5')
BL-4355
1134 kg (2,500 lbs)
1600 kg (3,500 lbs)
1.5 m (5')
Model
The oven should only be moved
using a pallet jack on a LEVEL
FLOOR. If the oven must be
moved over an inclined surface,
a forklift or other suitable
means should be employed.
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specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
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Make sure the pallet jack
wheels do not contact
the underside of the fork
pocket when lifting to
avoid damaging the stand.
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INSTALLATION CLEARANCES
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!
!
WARNING: Do not pack required air spaces (clearance) with insulation or other material.
EN AVERTISSANT - n’emballez pas les espaces aériens requis avec l’isolation ou tout autre
matériel.
When non-combustible building materials contact the body of the oven, the clearances to
combustibles are transferred to those non-combustibles.
WARNING: Installation and servicing of this product could expose you to glasswool/ceramic
fibers as well as Calcium Silicate dust. ALWAYS WEAR RESPIRATORY AND EYE PROTECTION
WHEN INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE. Please read this entire manual before you
install the oven. Failure to follow instructions may result in property damage, bodily injury
or even death. Contact your local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation
inspection in your area.
CLEARANCES
1. The Wood Stone Phoenix oven must have a minimum 25 mm (1") clearance to combustibles from all sides,
152 mm (6") clearance to combustibles from the top and 152 mm (6") from the flue collar. If building a
facade that will contact the oven, use completely non-combustible materials. Any facade wall built 152 mm (6") to
either side of the doorway and above must be of non-combustible construction. Please note that standard Drywall
(or Sheetrock) is considered a limited combustible. Any walls perpendicular to the front of the oven in the area
762 mm (30") to either side of the doorway and 914 mm (36") in front of the oven should have a non-combustible
surface.
2. The oven must be installed on a non-combustible floor surface. The non-combustible floor surface must extend
914 mm (36") in front of and 914 mm (30") to either side of the oven doorway.
NOTICE: For stucco-ready appliances (model numbers ending in “-S”), the same clearances as described above apply.
Non-combustible stucco mix must be used and applied to a minimum thickness of 25mm (1").
Ruled area (152 mm
(6") to either side of
doorway and above)
represents space where
facade materials must
be non-combustible.
Hatched area must
be left accessible
and unobstructed
after installation for
air intake and routine
service of the oven
burner.
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Maintain
152 mm (6")
clearance from
the flue outlet
25 mm (1")
minimum side
clearance to
combustible
construction
Non-combustible
floor, 914 mm (36")
in front and 762
(30") mm
to either side of
oven doorway
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OVEN VENTING
OVEN VENTING
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All of the combustion products and cooking vapors from the WS-PX-4343-RFG and WS-PX-4355-RFG pass through the
10-inch diameter flue collar located on top of the oven at the front. The oven can be connected to a power-ventilated,
grease-rated chimney, or placed under a Listed Type 1 exhaust hood. Installation of the exhaust hood should be in
accordance with the Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations, NFPA 96.
THIS OVEN IS NOT INTENDED TO BURN SOLID FUEL. DO NOT BURN
ANY TYPE OF SOLID FUEL IN THIS OVEN.
The following are the manufacturer’s recommendations for venting Wood Stone Phoenix model ovens. It is never appropriate
to use “B vent” in any part of an exhaust system connected to a Wood Stone oven. All duct material must be manufactured
to the specifications of a grease duct. The venting system should be cleaned and inspected at least every 3 months.
THERE ARE TWO VENTING OPTIONS:
1. A grease rated duct connected directly to the oven flue collar and provided with a power ventilator suitable for
restaurant appliance exhaust and rated for operation at a minimum of 149 °C (300 °F), 232 °C (450 °F) for units
burning solid fuel. Use a stack or curb mounted fan. Wood Stone does not recommend the use of an in-line fan. A
static pressure of 0.25 mbar (-0.1 inches) water column is necessary at the oven flue collar to ensure proper flue
temperatures at the fan. The airflow required to attain this static pressure will depend on the configuration of your
particular installation but will be approximately 400 CFM. The exhaust fan must be turned on any time the oven is
running. See instructions for optional interlocking of the oven to the fan at the end of this manual.
2. Wood Stone offers eyebrow-type hoods designed specifically for Wood Stone ovens by Gaylord Industries.
Flue collar
Note: Flue gas temperatures at the oven
flow can reach 260 °C (500 °F)
Wood Stone ovens should be vented in accordance
with NFPA 96 and/or all pertinent national, regional
and local codes concerning such appliances; check
venting plans with the authority having jurisdiction
before proceeding with installation.
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LIFTING THE OVEN
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MOVING A DISASSEMBLED BISTRO OVEN THROUGH A NARROW DOOR OR PASSAGEWAY
USING THE OPTIONAL LIFTING SYSTEM
An optional Lifting System is available from Wood Stone to facilitate tipping the oven body onto its back or side (as shown
below). When turned on its side, the upper oven portion of Bistro or Phoenix models 4343, 4355 and 4836 will be approximately
32 inches wide. This will allow for easier access through small passages. Note: The 3030 is 30" wide without tilting.
1. Use a forklift or other suitable lifting means to set
the oven body onto 4x4" blocks oriented as shown.
Refer to DISASSEMBLY section of manual for
disassembly instructions.
4. Attach the Crosspiece using the hardware
provided. See drawing below for placement of
bolts on various models.
Tighten all Pickeye and Crosspiece bolts.
4836-RFG-LR (Dual Burner)
4343-RFG-LR, 4355-RFG-LR
(Dual Burner)
Bolt
placement
for various
models
4343-RFG, 4355-RFG
or 4836-RFG
2. Insert the left & right Pickeye Inserts of the
Lifting System into the forklift pockets from the
oven front.
Bolt through
forklift
pocket into
lifting arm
Oven cutaway view
showing
right Pickeye
Insert of
Lifting
System
in forklift
pocket
3. Loosely bolt each Pickeye Insert to the forklift
pocket as shown in the cut-away view to
above.
Clevises
5. Install a clevis in the Top Hole of each Pickeye
Insert of the Lifting System.
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6. Attach strap to the clevises at the top of each
Pickeye Insert. Using an appropriate hoist or
lift, tilt the oven on its back, onto 4x4" blocks.
Lifting Holes
on Crosspiece
7. Change the position of the clevises to the Lifting
Holes on the Crosspiece and attach straps.
8. Lift the oven straight up and position pallet jack
under the oven.
Lower the oven, on its back, onto the pallet jack.
9. The oven can now be moved through a
narrow doorway or passageway.
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DANGER: Never attempt to move the oven in
this manner on any type of incline or sloped
floor.
10.Once the oven is on
the other side of the
passageway, attach strap
to the clevises at the Lifting
Holes on the Crosspiece
and, with a gantry crane,
lift the oven straight up.
Remove pallet jack.
Lower the oven onto 4x4"
blocks.
11.Move strap to the
clevises at the top of
the Pickeye Inserts
and tilt the oven down
onto the 4x4" blocks
positioned as shown.
Remove the Lifting
System from the oven.
12.Run straps through
forklift pockets and up
to a Spreader Bar.
Note: The Spreader Bar
must be wide enough
so the straps clear the
body of the oven.
Lift the oven straight up
and remove the 4x4"
blocks.
13.Maneuver oven stand
into position under the
oven using pallet jack.
Lower oven and secure
oven to stand with bolts.
EXPLODED PARTS DIAGRAM
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With the exception of the temporary Shipping Panel, all parts shown
below, including the Rear Panel, MUST be installed to ensure the
safe and proper operation of the oven.
Oven Body
Mantle
Shipping Panel
(Only on export ovens
shipped disassembled.
Discard once removed.)
Flame Guards
Rear
Panel
Side Panel
Control Box
Front Panel
Side Panel
Toe Kick
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Follow these instructions only if the oven was shipped disassembled, or disassembled to move through a
narrow door or passageway.
The oven must be installed on a flat level surface. The weight of the oven is carried by the full perimeter of the oven
stand. If it is necessary to shim the oven for leveling purposes, it is critical that the shim material be metal, and that the
shims are installed in such a way that the full perimeter of the stand is solidly supported. Any gaps created by shimming
between the oven and the floor must be sealed for proper ventilation. Failure to solidly support the full perimeter of
the oven stand can result in costly damage to the oven and will void the warranty.
The floor design and construction must be adequate to handle the weight of the oven.
Please see woodstone-corp.com/installation_footprints.htm for floor loading information.
1. Lay out pieces.
2. Use the 9.5 mm x 25 mm (3/8" x 1") carriage
bolts to assemble the stand. Be sure to use
the washers provided and to tighten nuts and
bolts securely.
On 3030 models only
Use 3/8 x 3/4" (9.5 x 19 mm) long carriage
bolts instead of the 9.5 x 25 mm (3/8 x 1")
long carriage bolts.
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Carriage bolts
9.5 x 25mm (3/8 x 1")
3030 only: 9.5 x 19mm (3/8 x 3/4")
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3. Using a forklift or other suitable lifting device,
carefully lower the body of the oven on to
the stand so that the bolt holes line up. While
supporting the oven with the lift, install the 10
mm x 25 mm (3/8" x 1") carriage bolts. Use the
washers provided and tighten all nuts securely.
Be sure to use the forklift pockets when lifting the
body of the oven.
4. After the oven body is bolted to the stand, the oven can be moved into place with a pallet jack using the LOWER
forklift pockets. If the oven is to be installed against a wall, leave access to the back of the oven until the assembly
is completed.
CAUTION: The 3030 model Phoenix weighs approximately 445 kg. The 4343 model Phoenix weighs approximately
930 kg. The 4355 model Phoenix weighs approximately 1134 kg. The oven is very top-heavy. If the oven tips,
it can cause severe injury or death! The oven should only be moved in this manner (pallet jack) on a LEVEL
FLOOR. Do not attempt to move the oven with a hand truck. If the oven must be moved over an inclined
surface, a forklift or other suitable means should be employed. If the installer does not have the equipment
or experience required to move the oven safely, we recommend you secure the services of a qualified rigging
company.
The oven should only be moved
using a pallet jack on a LEVEL
FLOOR. If the oven must be
moved over an inclined surface,
a forklift or other suitable
means should be employed.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
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Make sure the pallet jack
wheels do not contact
the underside of the fork
pocket when lifting to
avoid damaging the stand.
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bellingham, wa 98226 usa
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hand truck to move the
oven.
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5. Remove the shipping
panel from beneath
the oven. The shipping
panel is secured with 2
screws in the front, and
2 screws in the back.
Discard the shipping
panel.
6. Attach the Control Box to the oven using
(4) 1/4-20 screws. The Control Box
should be oriented so the Flame Height
Control Knob is on the left side.
(4) 1/4-20
screws
7. Install burner assembly or assemblies for dual burner models.
Ü
ÜÜ
Ü
Ü
B. Raise burner(s)
up into burner
slot(s). Secure
with the 1/4-20
bolts provided.
Tighten nuts
securely.
Gas
connections
towards front
of oven
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Ü
A. Position burner
as shown. Note:
Gas connections
will be towards
front of oven.
Three 1/4-20
bolts on each
side of left
and right
burners
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8. Connect Burner
Assembly components
and Thermocouple at
the rear of the Control
Box.
Plug in Igniter Wires from
the Burners into the SV-2
and SV-3 Gas Valves.
Plug in Thermocouple
Wire here.
Attach flexible Pilot Tubes between
the SV-2 & SV-3 Gas Valves and left &
right Burners. Tighten the fitting firmly.
Use Flexible Gas Pipe
provided to connect
the Burner, left and
right.
NOTE: Once oven is assembled and installed, be sure to leak-check all gas connections.
9. Install the Mantle. Fasten using 3 bolts
/ washers and 2 carriage bolts (see
illustration).
Mantle Bolts /
Washers
If the oven has been supplied with a
granite mantle, affix the granite slab to
the mounting bracket using a generous
amount of the adhesive provided.
Carriage Bolts
10.Place the Mantle Faceplate Cover over
the open area under the top of the
Mantle. Install the cover plate using the
4 screws provided.
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Mantle Faceplate
Cover Screws
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11.Run a bead of high temperature silicone
(provided) along visible joints where the
mantle and the oven intersect—in the front
and down both sides of the oven (right side
not shown).
10.Reinstall the Burner Guards. The lower tab
of the guard fits into the front of the burner
opening.
Lower tab of Burner
Guard fits into the
front of the burner
opening
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UTILITY CONNECTIONS
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Connect the incoming
gas supply to the
3/4-inch FNPT gas inlet.
For non-plug models, make the electrical connection
to the terminals in Junction Box. Correct voltage is
specified on the Junction Box and the Equipment
Data Plate.
11.Make gas connection at the rear of the Control Box. Gas and electrical connections must comply with all relevant
national and local codes, and in a manner acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.
Knockouts are provided on the rear of the oven stand for the incoming gas and electrical supplies. If necessary,
holes may be drilled in a side panel for the incoming gas and electrical. Gas and electrical supplies should be
routed in such a way that they do not interfere with the removal of the oven burner, or block the access to the
space under the oven for service. The area beneath the burner needs to be kept clear of conduit and piping to
allow for removal of the burner for service. The rear panel must be installed! A 3/4-inch full-flow gas shut-off
valve should be installed on the gas supply near the oven in such a way that it is readily accessible.
This appliance must be electrically grounded in accordance with local code, or in the absence of local code,
with the national electrical code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2, as applicable.
An electrical diagram is provided inside the bottom cover of the Control Box, and at the end of this manual.
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The installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI 223.1 or Natural Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149.1, as applicable, including:
1. The appliance and its individual shutoff valve (supplied by others) must be disconnected from the gas
supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 34.4 mbar
(1/2 psi).
2. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shutoff valve (supplied by others) during any pressure testing of the gas supply system at test pressures
equal to or less than 34.4 mbar (1/2 psi).
The incoming gas supply pressure must not exceed 34.4 mbar (1/2 psi). If the incoming gas pressure exceeds
34.4 mbar (1/2 psi) an external gas regulator must be installed in the supply line. If the supply pressure is less
than 34.4 mbar (1/2 psi), no external regulator is required.
The installer should bleed any air out of the gas line supplying the oven. All gas connections and fittings on the oven
should be leak checked with an approved soap solution.
CHECKING THE BURNER MANIFOLD PRESSURES
The burner manifold pressures have been set at the factory. However, they should be checked by the installer. The
pressures should be checked at the outlet tap on each Honeywell gas valve, located on the back of the control box. Once
the manometer is connected, turn the oven on and use the knob on the oven to adjust the flame to its maximum height.
Then check the manifold pressure.
4343-RFG-LR, 4355-RFG-LR models
Natural Gas (NG): 11.2 mbar (4.5" W.C.)
Propane (LG): 17.4 mbar (7" W.C.)
This information can also be found on the data plate located beneath the oven.
FRONT AND REAR PANEL INSTALLATION
Install the rear panel, front panel, and toe kick using the 1/4-20 screws provided. The front panel on the oven must not
be covered, so as to allow access for service to the oven components. The oven should be bolted to the floor using the
holes provided at the base of the stand.
NOTE: Rear panel must be installed for the proper functioning of the oven.
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STORAGE BOX INSTALLATION
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Item
Part Number
Rev
Description
1
002-434310
6
2
INSTALLATION
OF OPTIONAL
STORAGE
1640571
0
Storage
Box Connector
3
1640572
Material
Qty
Storage Box
0
1
BOX
Toe Kick w/Perf
Stainless Steel, 304
1
Stainless Steel, 304
1
1. Install Toe Kick (w/ perforations) using (3)
provided 1/4-20 screws (a).
2. Slide Storage Box into front of oven, flush to
side panel flanges and Toe Kick. Fasten using
(4) provided 1/4-20 screws (b).
3. Tuck Storage Box Connector under control panel
and over top of Storage Box. Fasten using (2)
provided 1/4-20 screws (c).
3 Storage box connector
c
b
2 Storage box
c
b
b
1 Toe kick (w/ perforations)
a
b
a
a
PART #: Bistro Commercial Series - 4343
DATE:
6/11/2013
SHEET: 1 of 1
REV:
DWN BY: bena
Bistro Commercial Series - 4343
General Arrangement
File Location: \\woodstone.net\dfs\CAD\0_Ovens\z_Be
nA_Prelim\Bistro_Box\WS-BL-4343.dft
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CONTROLLER
CONTROLLER
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CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS
Temperature
units
Press and hold to
switch between
Fahrenheit
and Celsius.
Hearth Temperature
The hearth
temperature will be
displayed when the
oven is turned on.
Sensor is embedded
1" below hearth
surface. Display will
read “LO” when the
temperature is below
38 °C (100 °F.)
ON/OFF button
Press to turn
display on and
off.
Flame Height Control Knob (left)
Controller
Use these knobs to raise/lower the flame to control the
oven temperature. Dual burner models have (2) knobs
which are linked together (see Burner Disable Switch
at right).
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Flame Height Control Knob (right)
Burner Disable Switch
Use this switch to disable one of the
burners (specify which burner will be
disabled at time of order).
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INITIAL START-UP
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INITIAL OVEN START-UP
IMPORTANT: If at any time you feel that either or both of the burners are not operating properly, turn the oven off
and call for service. Before servicing, disconnect the electrical supply at the breaker and turn off the gas supply at the
appliance’s individual gas shutoff valve. In the event of a power failure, no attempt should be made to operate the oven.
Your oven was cured at the factory. However in the course of shipment, storage on site, etc. the ceramic materials
will have absorbed moisture. It is critical that the Initial Oven Start-up procedure below be followed to ensure that this
moisture is driven from the ceramic in a controlled fashion. This will minimize cracking and prevent damage to the oven
that could otherwise occur by bringing the oven to temperature rapidly the first time it is used.
Occasionally, through the course of the initial start-up, as the oven heats up it is possible that you will see some water
dripping from the sides of the oven as moisture is driven out of the ceramic. This is not a defect in the oven, and once
the oven has been fully saturated with heat, the moisture will be driven fully from the oven.
This Initial Oven Start-up procedure need only be followed the first time the oven is fired and/or if the oven has not been
used for an extended period of time.
FIRST DAY
1. Make sure exhaust fan is properly wired and interlocked to the appliance.
2. Make sure main gas supply is ON (valve parallel with gas line).
3. Push I/O button on controller. The exhaust fan should come on as well. It may take a while for the gas to purge all
the air from the gas lines. (Verify both burners light. If only one is lite, check that the Burner Disable switch on the
front panel is in the ON position.
4. Once the burner(s) ignite(s), make sure the flame is at its lowest setting and allow the appliance to operate at this
setting for about 1 hour.
5. After 1 hour, using the Flame Height Control Knob, raise radiant flame to “2” on the Flame Height Index Scale.
6. After 4 hours a raise to “3” on the Flame Height Index Scale and allow the appliance to run until it reaches a
temperature of 260 °C (500 °F). This will take approximately 3–4 hours.
NOTE: Small “crazing” cracks will occur with normal heating and cooling. They will not affect the performance or
durability of the oven. If cracks of 3 mm (1/8") wide or more develop, contact Wood Stone for evaluation.
FLAME HEIGHT INDICATOR
Comprised of two parts
Flame Height Index Scale
Flame Height Control Knob
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
For more information regarding Flame Height
Control, go to the Resource Center section of
our web site at:
www.woodstone-corp.com
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OVEN OPERATION
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
IMPORTANT NOTE ON DUAL BURNER MODELS
The (2) flame height control knobs are linked together for ease of use. Turning either knob will raise or lower both flames.
If you wish to unlink the knobs for individual control of each burner, please contact the factory for instructions.
DAILY OVEN OPERATION
The oven floor temperature is displayed on the controller readout.
END OF THE DAY
Push I/O button on the controller. All gas will go off, even the pilots. When the oven is turned off, use the Night Heat
Retention Door to help retain heat in the oven. The night door is placed into the oven doorway.
BEGINNING OF THE DAY
Make sure the night door is removed. Push I/O button and turn the radiant flame to its highest setting using the Flame
Height Control Knob. The oven should reach the desired cooking temperature typically within 2 hours. Use the Flame
Height Control Knob to control the amount of heat in the oven.
See woodstone-corp.com for detailed information on cooking in your Wood Stone oven.
OVEN INTERIOR
Wood Stone recommends the use of long-handled brushes for sweeping up surface debris that will accumulate on the
floor of the oven during use. Use a natural fiber brush—always brushing away from the radiant burner well. For deeper
cleaning, use a brass bristled brush. The oven floor can be then cleaned with a damp rag wrapped around the brass
bristled brush head. (Wood Stone offers an assortment of oven brushes available through your dealer. Specification
sheets may be viewed on the Wood Stone website under Tools & Accessories.)
Night Heat Retention Door
NOTE: Never operate this appliance with
the (optional) stainless steel Night Heat
Retention Door in place. This option is for
heat retention only, and should only be used
when the appliance is turned off.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
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1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
DO NOT POUR OR SPRAY LIQUIDS ONTO THE OVEN DECK OR INTO THE OVEN INTERIOR AS
THIS CAN DAMAGE THE CERAMIC AND WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
There is a stainless steel burner guard to prevent food from falling on and thereby obstructing the gas orifices of the
radiant flame. If food gets into the radiant flame well and the flame is visibly obstructed, turn the oven off immediately,
and call for service.
DO NOT USE THE RADIANT BURNER WELL AS A DUMP FOR DEBRIS OR TRASH INCINERATION;
MAKE EVERY ATTEMPT TO KEEP DEBRIS FROM DROPPING INTO THE WELL.
OVEN EXTERIOR
All painted and stainless steel surfaces should be cleaned as necessary using a mild detergent, hot water and a soft
cloth or sponge. Stubborn residues may be removed using a nonmetallic scouring pad. When scouring stainless steel
surfaces, scrub with the grain of the metal to prevent scratching.
GAS-FIRED OVEN THERMAL CLEANING
If a Wood Stone gas-fired oven is operated at low temperatures below 274 °C (525 °F), you may notice a buildup on the
oven floor. If you operate the oven below 232 °C (450 °F), you may also notice some buildup on the interior walls and/
or ceiling of the oven. To remove any buildup that has accumulated inside of the oven, simply turn the radiant flame
to its highest setting. Monitor the hearth floor temperature displayed on the controller. When the floor reaches 343 °C
(650 °F), lower the flame slightly so as to maintain the oven floor temperature near 343 °C (650 °F) for about an hour.
Heavy accumulations may require more time. Heavy accumulations on the floor may require some additional scraping
with a utility peel or a floor scraping tool. Once the oven appears clean, allow the oven to return to normal operating
temperatures and continue normal operation.
Never use any type of chemical cleaner on the oven ceramic. This will damage the oven an void the warranty.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
PROBLEMCAUSE/SOLUTION
Controller will not turn on
1. Incoming power to oven turned off. Check circuit breaker for
circuit supplying the oven. Check that any wall switches external
to the oven that control oven power are turned on. Check that any
interlocks external to the oven are turned on.
2. If controller still does not turn on, please contact Wood Stone for
assistance.
Flame does not light
1. Check gas is turned on to the oven, and gas shut-off valve is
turned all the way on.
2. Debris in burner. Burner may require cleaning. Contact your
distributor for assistance.
3. Damaged igniter or gas valve. Contact your dealer for assistance.
If the oven is being started for the first time:
- Has all air been bled from the gas line?
- Is the switch on the SV-2 and SV-3 valve in the ON position?
NOTE: Valves are locate on the back of the control box, beneath the
oven.
Flame cuts out
1. Debris in burner.
2. Oven is being run with the night door in place. Night Heat Retention
Door must be removed whenever the oven is turned on.
3. Wind blowing into the oven, or other venting issues.
Display reads “OPEN”
1. Thermocouple is not plugged into control box.
2. Damaged thermocouple. Contact your distributor for assistance.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
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wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
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120 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
120 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
DUAL BURNER PX-4343 AND PX-4355
120 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
Dual RFG
XFMR
Junction
Box
L
N
G
CB 4A
Blue
Yellow
Left
Radiant
GND
White
110-120 VAC
50/60Hz
wired by others
Temperature Controller
Control Panel Type 4
Thermo
Couple
Brown
Burner
Disable
- +
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
White
Right
Radiant
Yellow
Red
White
DIAG #:
DATE:
Bellingham, WA +1(360)650-1111 www.woodstone-corp.com
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
Brown
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
WD075 Rev. 1
11/12/2014
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
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240 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
DUAL BURNER PX-4343 AND PX-4355 (CS-REC-11)
240 VAC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
Dual RFG
XFMR
Junction
Box
L
N
G
Pink
Fuse F1 - 5A
White
Left
Radiant
GND
White
230 - 240 VAC
50/60Hz
wired by others
Temperature Controller
Control Panel Type 4
Thermo
Couple
- +
1
2
3 4
5
6 7
8
Brown
Burner
Disable
9 10
White
Right
Radiant
Yellow
Red
White
DIAG #:
DATE:
Bellingham, WA +1(360)650-1111 www.woodstone-corp.com
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
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Doc no: M0030.02
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Brown
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
WD078 Rev. 0
7/17/2014
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
INTERLOCK DIAGRAM
INTERLOCK DIAGRAM
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
INTERLOCK OF OVEN CONTROL TO AN EXHAUST FAN
This connection is intended to interrupt power to the oven until the fan is turned on.
Wired by others
120 VAC Oven Circuit
120 VAC Fan Circuit
S1
120 VAC
to Oven
120 VAC
to Fan
S1 is a Double Pole, Single Throw (DPST)
switch provided by others.
S1 is a double pole, single throw switch (provided by others) that interrupts in-coming power to both the oven and the
fan. The intent is to prevent the operation of the oven’s gas burner in the event the fan is shut off.
Any interruption of the power to the oven will cause the oven (including all burners and pilots) to shut off, and it will be
necessary to restart the oven by pressing the start switch once power is restored.
For additional interlock options, see the Wood Stone Interlock Options supplement in the Manuals section on the website,
woodstone-corp.com, or contact your distributor for additional information.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
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LIMITED WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
Phoenix Dual Burner Oven
Installation and Operation Manual
WOOD STONE WARRANTS ITS EQUIPMENT TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AGAINST
DEFECTS IN MATERIAL OR MANUFACTURE FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR FROM THE ORIGINAL
DATE OF PURCHASE, SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
EXCLUSIONS
The warranties provided by Wood Stone do not apply in the following instances:
1. In the event that the equipment is improperly installed. Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer; proper installation
procedures are prescribed by the Wood Stone Installation and Operation Manual.
2. In the event the equipment is improperly or inadequately maintained. Proper maintenance is the responsibility of the user; proper
maintenance procedures are prescribed in the Wood Stone Installation and Operation Manual. Burner problems resulting from debris
or ash in the burner well will not be covered by the warranty. Call with questions regarding maintenance frequency.
3. In the event that the failure or malfunction of the appliance or any part thereof is caused by abnormal or improper use or is otherwise
not attributable to defect in material or manufacture.
4. In the event that the appliance, by whatever cause, has been materially altered from the condition in which it left the factory.
5. In the event that the rating plate has been removed, altered or obliterated.
6. On parts that would be normally worn or replaced under normal conditions.
7. Normal cracking due to expansion and contraction stress relief in the ceramic firebox.
8. In wood-fired equipment configurations, in the event that pressed log products of any type have been burned in the equipment.
9. In coal-fired oven configurations, in the event any type of coal other than anthracite coal fuel has been used.
10.Damage resulting from the use of chemical cleaning products in the oven, as well as any damage from liquids or chemicals, including
water, being poured or sprayed into the oven.
If any oral statements have been made regarding this appliance, such statements do not constitute warranties and are not part of the
contract of sale. This Limited Warranty constitutes the complete, final and exclusive statement with regard to warranties.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR WARRANTY AGAINST LATENT DEFECTS.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
In the event of warranty claim or otherwise, the sole obligation of Wood Stone shall be the repair and/or replacement, at the option of
Wood Stone, of the appliance or component or part thereof. Such repair or replacement shall be at the expense of Wood Stone with the
exception of travel over 100 miles or two hours, overtime, and holiday charges which shall be at the expense of the purchaser. Any repair
or replacement under this warranty does not constitute an extension of the original warranty for any period of the appliance or for any
component or part thereof. Parts to be replaced under this warranty will be repaired or replaced at the option of Wood Stone with new
or functionally operative parts. The liability of Wood Stone on any claim of any kind, including claims based on warranty, expressed or
implied, contract, negligence, strict liability or any other theories shall be solely and exclusively the repair or replacement of the product
as stated herein, and such liability shall not include, and purchaser specifically renounces any rights to recover, special, incidental,
consequential or other damages of any kind whatsoever, including, but not limited to, injuries to persons or damage to property, loss of
profits or anticipated profits, or loss of use of the product.
TO SECURE WARRANTY SERVICE
If you claim a defect covered by this Limited Warranty, contact your local distributor.
An ongoing program of product improvement may require us to change
specifications without notice. WS-PX-4343-LR, WS-PX-4355-LR,
Revised April 2015
.
Doc no: M0030.02
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wood stone corporation
1801 w. bakerview rd.
bellingham, wa 98226 usa
t.+1.360.650.1111
f.+1.360.650.1166
info@woodstone-corp.com or visit woodstone-corp.com
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