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SERVICE AND PARTS MANUAL FOR
H SERIES
HEAVY DUTY GAS RANGES
FORMERLY 7800 AND SG7800 SERIES
VULCAN-HART
FORM 30555 (2-91)
COMPANY,
P.O.
BOX
696,
LOUISVILLE,
KY
40201-0696,
TEL. (502) 7 7 8 - 2 7 9 1
SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
IMPORTANT
OPERATING, INSTALLING AND SERVICE PERSONNEL
Operating information for this equipment has been prepared for use by qualified and/authorized
operating personnel.
All installation and service on this equipment is to be performed by qualified, certified, licensed and/
authorized installation or service personnel, with the exception of any part marked with a in front
of the part number.
Service may be obtained by contacting the Factory Service Department, Factory Representative or
Local Service Agency.
DEFINITIONS
QUALIFIED AND/OR AUTHORIZED OPERATING PERSONNEL
Qualified or authorized operating personnel are those who have carefully read the information in this
manual and are familiar with the equipment’s functions or have had previous experience with the
operation of the equipment covered in this manual.
QUALIFIED INSTALLATION PERSONNEL
Qualified installation personnel are individuals, a firm, corporation or company which either in person
or through a representative are engaged in, and are responsible for:
1. The installation of gas piping from the outlet side of the gas meter, or the service regulator when
the meter is not provided, and the connection and installation of the gas appliance. Qualified
installation personnel must be experienced in such work, be familiar with all precautions
required, and have complied with all requirements of state or local authorities having jurisdiction.
Reference in the United States of America – National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 (Latest Edition).
In Canada – Canadian Standard CAN/CGA-B149.1 NAT. GAS (Latest Edition) or CAN/CGAB149.2 PROPANE GAS (Latest Edition).
2. The installation of electrical wiring from the electric meter, main control box or service outlet to the
electric appliance. Qualified installation personnel must be experienced in such work, be familiar
with all precautions required, and have complied with all requirements of state or local authorities
having jurisdiction. Reference: In the United States of America – National Electrical Code ANSI
NFPA No. 70 (Latest Edition). In Canada – Canadian Electric Code Part 1 CSA-C22.1 (Latest
Edition).
3. The installation of steam piping from the source of supply to the service inlet of the appliance.
Qualified installation personnel must be experienced in such work, be familiar with all precautions
required, and have complied with all requirements of state or local authorities having jurisdiction.
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
Qualified service personnel are those who are familiar with Vulcan equipment who have been
endorsed by the Vulcan-Hart Corporation. All authorized service personnel are required to be
equipped with a complete set of service and parts manuals and stock a minimum amount of parts for
Vulcan equipment.
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H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
SERVICE AND PARTS MANUAL FOR
H SERIES GAS RANGES
INDEX
(Formerly 7800 & SG-7800 Series)
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
PAGE
DEFINITIONS OF PERSONNEL (OPERATING, INSTALLATION & SERVICE)
Inside Front Cover
INDEX
3
TROUBLESHOOTING (PROBLEMS AND CAUSES)
4
LIGHTING AND SHUTTING DOWN PILOT BURNERS
5, 6
PILOT BURNER ADJUSTMENTS
7
STANDARD OVEN TEMPERATURE CONTROL RECALIBRATION
8
CONVECTION OVEN TEMPERATURE CONTROL RECALIBRATION
8
AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF PILOT INSTRUCTIONS
9
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST AND PHOTOS
10-25
REPLACEMENT PARTS DRAWING (INSERT A)
17
REPLACEMENT PARTS DRAWING (INSERT B)
18
A rating plate is located on the control panel of this unit
(alternate location is behind the lower front cover attached
to the burner box area). The rating plate states the model
number, serial number and type of gas unit requires.
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Motors in Vulcan convection ovens are permanently
lubricated and require no additional maintenance.
SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSES
OVEN
TOO MUCH BOTTOM HEAT
UNEVEN BAKE
SIDE BURNING
INSUFFICIENT HEAT INPUT.
OVERACTIVE FLUE.
TOO LOW TEMPERATURE.
IMPROPER OPERATION.
IMPROPER BYPASS SETTING.
FLUCTUATING GAS PRESSURE.
TOO MUCH TOP HEAT
TOO HIGH TEMPERATURE.
FAULTY VENTILATION.
EXCESSIVE HEAT INPUT.
THERMOSTAT NEEDS CALIBRATION.
UNEVEN BAKE - SIDE TO SIDE
APPLIANCE NOT LEVEL SIDE TO SIDE.
OVEN BURNER, BOTTOM OR BAFFLES
IMPROPERLY INSTALLED.
PULLING TO EDGE OF PAN
WARPED PANS.
OVEN NOT LEVEL.
UNEVEN BAKE - FRONT TO REAR
OVERACTIVE FLUE.
UNIT NOT LEVEL, FRONT TO BACK.
DOOR NOT CLOSING PROPERLY.
DRIED OUT PRODUCTS
TOO LOW TEMPERATURE.
TOO LONG BAKING TIME.
THERMOSTAT CALIBRATION.
PILOT OUTAGE
GAS SUPPLY NOT SUFFICIENT.
PILOT FLAME TOO LOW.
RESTRICTION IN PILOT ORIFICE.
MALFUNCTIONING SAFETY VALVE.
CONVECTION OVEN MODELS ONLY:
CAVITY LEAKING.
GASKET PROBLEMS.
SNORKEL® TUBE BLOCKED.
BLOWER RUNNING BACKWARDS.
EXCESSIVE MEAT SHRINKAGE
ROASTING TEMPERATURE TOO HIGH.
TOP BURNER OPERATION
IMPROPER BURNER COMBUSTION
EXCESSIVE VALVE HANDLE
TEMPERATURES
STICKING TOP BURNER VALVES
IMPROPER USE, ALLOWING IMPROPER
VENTILATION.
POOR DOOR FIT.
OVEN DOOR LEFT OPEN.
POOR IGNITION
INSUFFICIENT INPUT.
POOR AIR-TO-GAS ADJUSTMENT.
RESTRICTION IN PILOT ORIFICE.
RESTRICTION IN MAIN BURNER IGNITION PORT.
RESTRICTION IN CONTROL VALVE.
RESTRICTION IN GAS ORIFICE.
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H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
LIGHTING AND SHUTTING DOWN PILOT BURNERS
NOTE: All adjustment procedures associated with pilot
lighting must be performed by an authorized Vulcan-Hart
installation or service person. The bypass (minimum
burner) flame adjustment must be made at the time
the appliance is installed.
OPEN TOP BURNERS
GRIDDLE TOPS/HOT TOPS
1. Turn main gas supply ON.
2. Wait 30 seconds, and using a taper, light the griddle
pilot.
3. If pilot fails to light, turn main gas supply OFF. Wait
5 minutes and repeat Steps 1 through 3.
1. Turn main gas supply ON.
2. Wait 30 seconds, and using a taper, light the open
top pilot.
3. If pilot fails to light, turn main gas supply OFF. Wait
5 minutes and repeat the above procedures.
4. Turn one hot top or griddle top burner valve ON to
remove air from the gas line. Turn burner valve OFF
when gas begins to flow.
Nightly Shutdown
4. Turn one open top burner valve ON to remove air
from the remaining unit gas lines. Turn the burner
OFF when the gas begins to flow.
Turn burner valve OFF; pilot will remain lit.
Nightly Shutdown
1. Turn burner valve OFF; pilot will remain lit.
Turn oven burner valve OFF; pilot will remain lit.
2. Turn main gas valve OFF.
Complete Shutdown
1. Turn burner valve OFF; pilot will remain lit.
2. Turn main gas supply OFF.
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Complete Shutdown
SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
LIGHTING AND SHUTTING DOWN PILOT BURNERS (Cont.)
STANDARD OVEN PILOT
CONVECTION OVEN PILOT
NOTE: Before lighting oven, be sure that range top
sections have been lit.
NOTE: Before lighting oven, be sure that range top
sections have been lit.
1. Open oven door and lift up the pilot lighting hole cover.
1. Connect unit to the main electrical supply line. Open
oven door panel and lift up the pilot lighting hole
cover.
2. Light oven pilot by depressing red reset button (Fig. 1)
located on the side control panel above the thermostat knob. Light the pilot and continue to hold the reset
button in for one minute.
2. Turn red gas valve (located behind the control panel)
ON, purging the gas line of all air. Turn gas valve and
power switch OFF. Close oven door.
3. Light oven pilot by depressing the red pilot reset
button (see Fig. 1), and using a taper, ignite the pilot.
Hold reset button in for 30 seconds, or until pilot
remains lit. Turn gas valve back ON.
4. If pilot fails to light, turn main gas supply OFF. Wait
5 minutes and repeat Steps 2 and 3.
5. After pilot is lit, push the power switch ON and turn
the temperature dial to the desired setting.
Nightly Shutdown
Turn power switch OFF and the temperature dial to
0 degrees.
Complete Shutdown
Fig.1
1. Push power switch OFF.
3. If pilot fails to light, turn main gas supply OFF and wait
5 minutes before repeating Steps 1 and 2.
2. Turn red gas valve (located behind the control panel)
OFF.
4. After pilot is lit, close lighting hole cover and oven
door.
3. Turn main gas supply OFF.
4. Disconnect electrical supply cord.
5. Set oven thermostat to desired temperature.
Nightly Shutdown
Turn oven burner valve OFF.
Complete Shutdown
1. Turn burner valve OFF.
2. Turn main gas supply OFF.
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H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
PILOT BURNER ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE: All pilot adjustments are to be performed only
by certified Vulcan service representatives.
OPEN TOP BURNER PILOT ADJUSTMENTS
TOOLS: Standard screwdriver.
After pilot is lit, turn the open top burner(s) ON. Adjust the
flame if necessary. To adjust, rotate the pilot valve
adjustment screw provided on the unit manifold pipe.
Turn the burner ON; burner flame should appear on the
burner head within a second. Rotate the screw clockwise
to decrease and counterclockwise to increase the flame.
Check the open top burner nozzle relationship. The
burner nozzle should enter approximately 1⁄4" inside the
burner venturi (Fig. 2).
Pilot Safety Adjustment
With control panel cover removed, light the oven pilot as
explained in the oven lighting instructions. If pilot goes
out, increase the pilot safety adjustment until the flame
completely engulfs the safety device sensing bulb. The
safety adjustment screw is located on the safety control
below the red button.
Bypass Flame Adjustment (Oven and
Thermostatically Controlled Griddle)
NOTE: This adjustment must be made at time of appliance installation.
Ignite oven/griddle burner pilot. With oven/griddle cold,
turn the thermostat dial slowly clockwise until main burner
gas is heard snapping ON. Remove the dial. With a
screwdriver, turn the bypass adjustment screw (Fig's. 3
& 4) counterclockwise to increase the bypass flame, or
clockwise to decrease it, until flame over the entire burner
is approximately 1⁄8" high. The bypass adjustment screw
is located to the left-hand side of the thermostat control
for the oven section, and on top of the thermostat control
for the griddle. After adjustment has been made, replace
dial.
Fig. 2
HOT TOP AND GRIDDLE TOP PILOT
ADJUSTMENTS
TOOLS: Standard flat blade screwdriver.
After pilot is lit, adjust the burner flame, if necessary. This
is accomplished by rotating the adjustment screw of the
pilot valve located on the manifold pipe. Turn the burner
ON; burner flame should appear on the burner head
within a second. Rotate adjustment screw clockwise to
decrease and counterclockwise to increase the flame.
OVEN ADJUSTMENTS
TOOLS: Standard flat blade screwdriver.
There are two different adjustments to check for in the
oven section: pilot safety, and bypass.
Fig. 4
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SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
TEMPERATURE CONTROL RECALIBRATION
STANDARD OVEN TEMPERATURE CONTROL
RECALIBRATION
Field recalibration is seldom necessary and should not
be resorted to unless experience with cooking results
definitely proves that the control is not maintaining the
set temperature. To check oven temperatures when
recalibrating, use a Robertshaw Test Instrument or a
reliable mercury oven thermometer.
Fig. 5
1. Place thermocouple of test instrument or thermometer in the middle of the oven. Close oven door.
CONVECTION OVEN TEMPERATURE CONTROL
RECALIBRATION
2. Light main burner.
1. Place thermocouple of test instrument in middle of
oven. Close oven door.
3. Turn dial to any temperature setting and allow oven
to heat until flame cuts down to bypass. Let cycle
several times.
2. Light the main burner by turning thermostat dial to
any temperature setting.
4. After burner has been on sufficiently long enough to
cut down the bypass flame, check oven temperature.
The control should be recalibrated if your reading is
not with 15° F of the dial setting. If recalibration is
required, proceed as follows:
3. Allow oven to heat until flame cuts off. After several
cycles, check temperature. If the temperature does
not read within 15° F of the dial setting, recalibrate as
follows:
5. Remove dial.
4. Pull dial straight off dial shaft without turning (Fig. 6).
6. With a screwdriver, loosen the two calibration screws
(Fig. 5) until calibration plate moves independently
of the control.
5. Turn screw “A” clockwise to decrease temperature
and counterclockwise to increase temperature (Fig.
6).
7. Turn calibration plate until mark corresponding to test
instrument or thermometer reading is in line with
center of pointer “A” (Fig. 5), and while holding in this
position, tighten calibration screws firmly.
NOTE: 1⁄4 turn of Screw “A” represents a temperature
shift of 35° F.
8. Replace dial.
9. NOTE: If the above adjustment is prevented by the
two loosened calibration screws being in contact with
the ends of the screw clearance slots in the calibration
plate, remove the screws, and after turning the calibration plate to the proper location, reassemble screws
in the other tapped holes designed for them.
Fig. 6
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H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF PILOT INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING
THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED GRIDDLE
RECALIBRATION
To clean limiting orifice (Fig. 7), turn gas supply to unit
OFF. Disconnect pilot tubing at the pilot burner body. The
orifice is then accessible at the body end of the pilot
burner and can be removed for cleaning. Clean spud,
taking care not to enlarge the orifice hole.
Field recalibration is seldom necessary and should not
be resorted to unless cooking results definitely prove that
griddle surface temperature and thermostat setting do
not agree. To check griddle temperature, use an accurate “surface temperature thermometer” in the following
manner.
1. Locate thermometer in center of griddle from front to
rear: on 17" wide units, use one thermometer and
center from side to side; on 34" wide units, use two
thermometers, one 8-1⁄2" from each side of the griddle.
Fig. 7
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS (Fig. 8)
1. If valve fails to open with good pilot flame impingement, replace valve.
2. Do not remove interrupter valve for field service.
NOTE: Make certain gas line to inlet of control is purged
of air and that gas flow is available at this point.
2. Set thermostat dial to any temperature and allow
griddle to heat thoroughly. When the griddle is completely heated and the burner is on bypass gas, check
the thermometer reading against the thermostat
dial setting. If the difference between the readings
exceeds 15° F, the thermostat should be recalibrated.
Example: With the thermostat dial at 400° F and a
thermometer reading of less than 385° F or more
than 415° F, the thermostat should be recalibrated.
Recalibration Procedure
Make note of number of degrees thermostat is off.
Remove thermostat dial and loosen calibration screws
(Fig. 9) until plate moves freely. Turn calibration plate the
required number of degrees counterclockwise if the
thermometer reading was higher than the dial setting, or
clockwise if the thermometer reading was lower than the
dial setting. Hold calibration plate in desired position and
tighten plate screws firmly. The number of degrees
between letters on the calibration plate is 50° F.
Fig. 8
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SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
WARNING ALL SERVICE PERSONNEL
WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT, USE ONLY
CERTIFIED CONTROLS DUPLICATING THOSE ORIGINALLY
SUPPLIED ON THIS EQUIPMENT BY VULCAN-HART
COMPANY.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE COMPONENTS WITH DIFFERENT
MODEL NUMBERS.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE COMPONENTS WITH DIFFERENT
MANUFACTURING NAMES.
DO NOT SUBSTITUTE COMPONENTS WITH REBUILT
CONTROLS WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION FROM VULCANHART CORP. ANY UNAUTHORIZED SUBSTITUTION OF
CONTROLS AS STATED ABOVE MAY BE A HAZARD AND
WILL AUTOMATICALLY VOID THE WARRANTY AND THE
CERTIFICATION ASSOCIATED WITH THIS EQUIPMENT.
Replacement parts orders:
The following information must accompany a replacement parts order or it cannot be filled.
A. Model and serial number
B. Type of gas
C. Unit voltage, ampage and motor phase
D. Appliance finish black, gray, stainless steel etc.
This information may be found on the unit rating plate located on the control panel (alternate
location is behind the lower front cover attached to the burner box area). Parts may be ordered
from your dealer, service agency, or parts distributor. For further information concerning parts
ordering location, contact Vulcan-Hart Company, 3600 North Point Blvd. Baltimore, Maryland
21222, or in Canada, Vulcan-Hart Canada Incorporated, 79 West Street South Orillia, Ontario L3V
6K5.
Note: NS = Not Shown By Photo or Diagram
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H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
H SERIES RANGE REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
ALL UNITS WITH OVENS
ITEM NUMBERS REFER TO REPLACEMENT PARTS DRAWING AND PHOTOS OF INSERT B & A
Item
Std. Oven
Conv. Oven
Part Numbers
(Formerly SG 7800)
Description
Part Numbers
(Formerly 7800)
1
2
3
407798-4
407522-1
407789-1
407798-4
4
409819-G2
5
6
9
10
10.1
11
409125-10
417429-G1
413091-1
413090-1
405618-1
405618-2
403956-1
402957
402958
417862-9
Safety Valve
FDO Thermostat (Oven)
Oven Valve
Solenoid Valve
Oven Burner
Oven Burner
Oven Pilot Burner (Natural)
Oven Door Spring
“J” Hook
Spring Bracket
Right Door Hook
Left Door Hook
Bell Crank
Plated Valve Handle
Red Valve Handle
Hinge Pin
12
13
14
404629-2
RS-32-89
404074-2
15
16
16.1
405123-G3
405124-5
409787-1
409787-2
405928-4
409793-1
409790-1
409790-2
400705-1
406460-1
405817-1
409414-G1
409413-G1
409412-G1
409839-1
409839-2
409839-3
409839-4
409839-5
409839-6
409557-3
409557-4
404738-2
402601-F
411497-F1
8
413957-1
409125-10
417429-G1
413091-1
413090-1
405618-1
405618-2
403956-1
402957
417862-9
417862-8
404629-2
RS-32-89
413991-1
17
18
19
19.1
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
27.1
27.2
28
409793-1
409790-1
409790-2
400705-1
406460-1
405817-1
409414-G1
409413-G1
409412-G1
409839-1
409839-2
409839-3
409839-4
409839-5
409839-6
409557-3
409557-4
404738-2
402601-F
Hinge Pin
Hinge Pin Bearing
Bell Crank Pin
Oven Rack
Oven Rack
Oven Bottom
Oven Bottom Baffle
Oven Bottom Insulating Pan
Oven Bottom Insulating Pan
Oven Bottom Foil Insulation
Oven Door Handle
Right Hand Door Post
Left Hand Door Post
Ring
Lid
Half Cover Plate
Inner Burner
Middle Burner
Outer Burner
Top Burner Pilot (Nat)
Top Burner Pilot (Mfg)
Top Burner Pilot (LP)
Orifice .018 (Nat)
Orifice .024 (Mfg)
Orifice. 010 (LP)
Top Pilot Valve
3
⁄16 Top Pilot Valve
3
⁄16 Single Top Pilot Valve
Top Burner Valve
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Remarks
N.S
N.S.
N.S.
H45
N.S.
N.S.
N.S.
One Used On
Convection Oven
N.S.
N.S.
(PTD)
(SST)
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30
H30, H45, H72,H60
H56, H54, H53-72
H56, H54, H53-72
H30
SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
29
30
31
31.1
32
33
34
34.1
35
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
44.1
45
46
47
48
48.1
49
49.1
49.2
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
409433-1
409432-1
409416-1
409417-1
402077-2
FP86-44
408379-2
408379-1
404772-1
410889-G40
405831-G3
404193-1
408379-2
409316-1
410889-G36
405157-G2
405848-1
405848-2
406241-1
409808-1
409808-2
409808-3
409808-4
409652-1
409652-2
409692-1
409692-2
413856-1
413747-1
413747-2
413746-1
409888-1
409888-2
409888-5
409888-6
409888-9
409888-10
400149
409682-G1
409682-G2
409778-G1
409778-G2
409778-G3
409778-G4
409778-G5
409778-G6
409791-G1
409791-G2
413776-G1
413776-G2
409433-1
409432-1
409416-1
409417-1
402077-2
FP86-44
408379-2
408379-1
404772-1
410889-G40
405831-G3
404193-1
408379-2
409316-1
410889-G36
405157-G2
405848-1
405848-2
406241-1
409808-1
409808-2
409808-3
409808-4
409652-1
409652-2
409692-1
409692-2
413856-1
413747-1
413747-2
413746-1
409888-1
409888-2
409888-5
409888-6
409888-9
409888-10
400149
409682-G1
409682-G2
409778-G1
409778-G2
409778-G3
409778-G4
409778-G5
409778-G6
409791-G3
409791-G4
413776-G1
413776-G2
413979-1
Top Aeration Plate
Top Grate
Burner Venturi (Lower)
Burner Head (Top)
Top Burner Valve
Elbow
Top Burner Valve
Top Burner Valve
Top Plate
Griddle Plate Assembly
Hot Top Burner
Top Pilot Valve
Top Burner Valve
Top Thermostat
17" Griddle Assembly
Brick Set
Center Brick
Center Brick
Side Brick
Manifold Cover (PTD)
Manifold Cover (SST)
Manifold Cover (PTD)
Manifold Cover (SST)
Manifold Cover (PTD)
Manifold Cover (SST)
Manifold Cover (PTD)
Manifold Cover (SST)
Manifold Cover
Burner Tray Handle (PTD)
Burner Tray Handle (SST)
Burner Tray Handle Supports
Tray, Burner (BB)
Tray, Burner (SST)
Tray, Burner (BB)
Tray, Burner (SST)
Tray, Burner (BB)
Tray, Burner (SST)
Lid Lifter
Grease Collector (PTD)
Grease Collector (SST)
RH Side Lining (BLK)
LH Side Lining (BLK)
RH Side Lining (SST)
LH Side Lining (SST)
RH Side Lining (Cont. Clean)
LH Side Lining (Cont. Clean)
Oven Door Assembly (BLK)
Oven Door Assembly (SST)
Rear Burner Assembly
Front Burner Assembly
Oven Rack Support
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H45
H45
H45
H45
H60
H60
H45
H56, H54, H53-72
H72
H60
H60
H60
H60, H72
H60
H60-45
H30
H60, H72
H60
H60, H72
H60
H60
H72
H72
H30, H51
H30, H51
H45
H45
H56, N.S.
H45, H56
H45, H56
H45
H45
H54
H54
H60, H72
H60, H72
H30
H60
H60
H56
H56
N.S.
H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
57
58
59
60
62
63
64
65
66
67
67.1
68
69
70
71
71.1
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
413773-1
413787-1
415285-G2
415285-G1
415289-G1
413780-1
414448-1
413776-G1
413776-G2
12685-49
417879-1
413864-1
413867-1
FP-85-41
413865-2
415246-1
415247-1
414001-1
413990-G1
415780-7
413994-1
413773-1
413787-1
411496-B1
411496-E4
405016-1
415285-G2
415285-G1
415289-G1
413780-1
414448-1
413776-G1
413776-G2
12685-49
417879-1
413864-1
413867-1
FP-85-41
413865-2
415246-1
415247-1
Air Director
Fan Cover Assembly
Fan
Motor
Top Grate
Nozzle Extension
On/Off Switch
Warning Light
Supple Cord
Aeration Plate Assembly
Aeration Plate Assembly
Aeration Plate Assembly
Burner Support Channel
Burner Support Bracket(NS)
Rear Burner Assembly
Front Burner Assembly
Straight Fixed Nozzle (Natural)
Straight Fixed Nozzle (Propane)
Right Hand Pilot Valve Tube
Pilot Valve Tube
3
⁄16 Compression Tee
Pilot Tube
Pilot Tube, Right Front
Pilot Tube, Left Front
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N.S.
N.S.
N.S.
N.S.
H56, H54, H53-72
H56, H54
N.S.
N.S.
N.S.
H54
H56
H53-72
H54, H53-72
H54, H56, H53-72
H54
H56, H54, H53-72
H54, H56
H54, H56, H53-72
H54, H56, H53-72
H54, H56, H53-72
H54, H56
H54, H56
H53-72
H53-72
SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
48.2
48.3
88
88.1
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
5.1
96
97
98
98.1
99
100
415248-1
412063-2
414038-1
414064-1
414282-1
414072-1
414067-G1
414071-G1
413856-5
413856-3
404079-A32
404079-F52
409805-1
409870-1
409806-1
409807-1
415044-1
404060-3
409901-1
409125-12
FP-19-8
414993-1
414994-1
414994-2
415003-1
414992-G1
415248-1
412063-2
414038-1
414064-1
414282-1
414072-1
414067-G1
414071-G1
413856-5
413856-3
404079-A32
404079-F52
409805-1
409870-1
409806-1
409807-1
415044-1
404060-3
409901-1
409125-12
FP-19-8
414993-1
414994-1
414994-2
415003-1
414992-G1
Pilot Tube, Hot Top
Top Pilot
Hot Top Burner
Rear Burner Support
Hot Top
Rear Baffle
Center Support Hanger Assy.
Center Support Assembly
Manifold Cover
Manifold Cover
Top Burner Nozzle (Natural)
Top Burner Nozzle (Propane)
Rear Burner Tubing Right Hand
Front Burner Tubing, Lt. Hd.
Rear Burner Tubing, Lt. Hd.
Front Burner Tubing, Rt. Hd.
Burner Clip
Mixer Slide Fanner
Venturi Shield
Pilot, (Propane)
1
⁄4 x 1⁄4 x 1⁄4 Tee CC Fitting
Pilot Tubing - 1⁄4"
Pilot Tubing - Lt. Hd. 1⁄4"
Pilot Tubing - Rt. Hd. 1⁄4"
Pilot Tubing - 1⁄4"
Pilot Bracket Assembly
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H53-72
H54, H53-72
H53-72
H53-72
H53-72
H53-72
H53-72
H53-72
H53-72
H54
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H45
H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
GAS
BURNER
ORIFICE
Drill Size No.
H30 VALVES
402601-A44
402601-F56
402601-F55
Valve, Top Burner Adj.
Valve, Top Burner Fixed
Valve, Top Burner Fixed
Natural
Butane
Propane
Outer
Outer
Outer
44 (.086)
55 (.052)
54 (.050)
402601-A48
402601-F59
402601-F57
Valve, Top Burner Adj.
Valve, Top Burner Fixed
Valve, Top Burner Fixed
Natural
Butane
Propane
Middle
Middle
Middle
48 (.076)
58 (.042)
56 (.047)
402601-A53
402601-F66
402601-F64
Valve, Top Burner Adj.
Valve, Top Burner Fixed
Valve, Top Burner Fixed
Natural
Butane
Propane
Inner
Inner
Inner
53 (.060)
65 (.035)
63 (.037)
H60 and H72 NOZZLES
417879-1
418050-1
Nozzle, Straight Fixed
Nozzle, Straight Adj.
Propane
Natural
55 (.052)
44 (.086)
H45 NOZZLES
404079-A35
404079-F53
404079-F52
Nozzle, Top Burner Adj .
Nozzle, Top Burner Fixed
Nozzle, Top Burner Fixed
Natural
Butane
Propane
32 (.116)
1/16 (.062)
51 (.067)
STANDARD OVEN NOZZLES AND PILOT BURNERS
417840-1
417840-1
417840-2
409125-1
409125-3
Nozzle, Oven Burner, Fixed
Nozzle, Oven Burner, Fixed
Nozzle, Oven Burner, Adj.
Pilot Burner, Oven
Pilot Burner, Oven
Propane
Butane
Natural
Natural
Propane
48 (.076)
49 (.073)
26(.147)
77( .018)
(.009)
STANDARD TOP PILOT BURNERS
409839-1
409839-3
Pilot Burner
Pilot Burner
Natural
Propane
77 (.018)
(010)
H53-72, H54, and H56 NOZZLES
417879-1
12685-49
Nozzle, Straight Fixed
Nozzle, Straight Adj.
Propane
Natural
56 (.046)
49 (.073)
CONVECTION OVEN NOZZLES AND PILOT BURNERS
404079-A36
404079-F50
409125-1
409125-3
Nozzle, Oven Burner Adj.
Nozzle, Oven Burner Fixed
Pilot Burner, Oven
Pilot Burner, Oven
Natural
Propane
Natural
Propane
– 15 –
36 (.106)
50 (.070)
77 (.018)
(.009)
SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
STD.OVEN
(Formally 7800)
PART NUMBER
CONV. OVEN
(Formally SG-7800)
A
B
Cover Plate
Back Top (H30, H72 Only) (PTD)
Back Top (H30, H72 Only) (SST)
Back Top (H45) (PTD)
Back Top (H45) (SST)
Oven Bottom Baffle
Manifold Cover (H56) (PTD)
Manifold Cover (H56) (SST)
Back Top Bracket
Burner Baffle
Manifold Pipe/Gas Connection
Manifold Bracket
Lower Cover (PTD)
Lower Cover (SST)
Backguard (Front)
Shipping & Backguard Bracket (PTD)
Shipping & Backguard Bracket (SST)
Backguard Bracket (PTD)
Backguard Bracket (SST)
Shelf Connecting Bracket
Front Cover (PTD)
Front Cover (SST)
Control Cover Plate (PTD)
Control Cover Plate (SST)
Leg (BLK)
Leg (SST)
Leg, Flanged (BLK)
Leg, Flanged (SST)
Control Manifold Cover (H54) (NS)
Control Manifold Cover (H53-72) (NS)
405817-1
409649-1
409649-2
409650-1
409650-2
405124-5
413856-1
413856-2
409639-1
409787-1
405908-1
405880-1
409694-1
409694-2
409846-7
409639-1
409639-2
408802-G1
408802-G2
413881
409640-G7
409640-G8
407699-3
407699-4
409840-1
409840-2
409840-4
409840-5
413856-3
413856-5
405817-1
409649-1
409649-2
409650-1
409650-2
–
413856-1
413856-2
409639-1
409787-1
405908-1
405880-1
409694-1
409694-2
409846-7
409639-1
409639-2
408802-G1
408802-G2
413881
409640-G7
409640-G8
407699-3
407699-4
409840-1
409840-2
409840-4
409840-5
413856-3
413856-5
B1
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
D5
D6
SEE INSERTS A & B
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.) INSERT A
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SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.) INSERT B
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H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS
H54
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SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS (Cont.)
H54
– 20 –
H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS (Cont.)
H56
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SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS (Cont.)
H56
– 22 –
H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS (Cont.)
H53-72
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SERVICE & PARTS H SERIES
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS (Cont.)
H53-72
– 24 –
H SERIES SERVICE & PARTS
REPLACEMENT PART PHOTOS (Cont.)
H53-72
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