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Waldorf FN8127EE Specifications
Installation and Operation Manual
Electric Deep Fryer
FN8127E
FN8127EE
FN8127E21
FN8127EE21
FN8224E
FN8224EE
FNL8127E
FNL8127EE
FNL8127E21
FNL8127EE21
FNL8224E
FNL8224EE
Date Purchased
Serial Number
Dealer
Service Provider
For use in GB & IE
228685-14
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Contents
Waldorf Electric Deep Fryer
FN(L)8127E FN(L)8127EE -
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Manual Control
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Digital Control
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 17kW).
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 17kW).
FN(L)8127E21 FN(L)8127EE21 -
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Manual Control
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Digital Control
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 21kW).
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 21kW).
FN(L)8224E FN(L)8224EE -
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Manual Control
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Digital Control
(Twin Tank - 24 ltr, 17kW).
(Twin Tank - 24 ltr, 17kW).
Introduction ............................................................................................. 3
Specifications ........................................................................................... 4
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
Electrical Supply Requirements
Dimensions ................................................................................................ 5
Installation ................................................................................................ 7
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Assembly
Fitting Rear Rollers
Electrical Connection
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................ 10
Operation Guide
Description of the Controls - FN8127E and FN8224E Models Only
Description of the Controls - FN8127EE and FN8224EE Models Only
Control Panel Functions - FN8127EE and FN8224EE Models Only
Controller Basic Programming Mode - FN8127EE andFN8224EE Models Only
Filling the Tank(s)
Operation of the Appliance
FN8127E and FN8224E Models Only
FN8127EE and FN8224EE Models Only
‘Over Temperature’ Control System
Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................... 17
General
Draining and Daily Cleaning
Weekly Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Contents
Fault Finding ........................................................................................... 20
Guide to Cooking Problems with Fryer
Fault Finding the Electrical System
Wiring Schematics................................................................................... 23
FN8127E Single Tank - 17kW Model Only
FN8127E21 Single Tank - 21kW Model Only
FN8224E Twin Tank
FN8127EE Single Tank - 17kW Model Only
FN8127EE21 Single Tank - 21kW Model Only
FN8224EE Twin Tank
Controller Advanced Programming Mode ............................................... 29
Timing Mode.
Temperature Offset.
Temperature Display Mode.
Programming the Melt Cycle.
Setting the Temperature Units.
System Programmable Default Settings.
Replacement Parts List ........................................................................... 32
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your WALDORF Electric Deep Fryer, and it will become a
most valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new Waldorf Electric Deep Fryer, there are two
important things you can do.
Firstly:
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your WALDORF dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
CE Only:
These instructions are only valid if the country code appears on the appliance. If the country code is
not shown, refer to the appliance supplier to obtain the technical instructions for adapting the appliance
to the conditions for use in that country.
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 APPLIANCE.
Warning
THE
OPERATOR MUST TAKE GREAT CARE TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY AND TO GUARD IT AGAINST THE RISK
OF FIRE.




THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION
IS MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICE PERSON TO
ENSURE CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.
DO NOT
STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
Caution
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation or servicing
operations.
 Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
 DO NOT operate the appliance without the legs supplied fitted.
3
by
the
Specifications
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
FN[1]8127E
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Manual Control
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 17kW).
FN[1]8127EE
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Digital Control
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 17kW).
FN[1]8127E21
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Manual Control
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 21kW).
FN[1]8127EE21
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Digital Control
(Single Tank - 27ltr, 21kW).
FN[1]8224E
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Manual Control
(Twin Tank - 24 ltr, 17kW).
FN[1]8224EE
'Fast-Fri' Electric Fryer, Digital Control
(Twin Tank - 24 ltr, 17kW).
NOTE:
[1]:
L
- Standard Back Models.
- Low Back Models.
Electrical Supply Requirements
Warning
THIS
APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IF
SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
Power Supply
Voltage
Type
Frequency
Total Power
Input
FN8127E / EE
400-415Vac
3 P+N+E
50 / 60Hz
17kW
FN8127E21 / EE21
400-415Vac
3 P+N+E
50 / 60Hz
21kW
FN8224E / EE
400-415Vac
3 P+N+E
50 / 60Hz
17kW
Model
Amps
L1
L2
L3
23.6
23.6
23.6
29.2
29.26
29.2
23.6
23.6
23.6
Electrical Connection
When connecting a this electric appliance to the mains supply, ensure that the following is carried out: The supply cord shall not be lighter than ordinary tough rubber sheathed (oil
resistant) cord. e.g. H05 RN-F with sufficient current carrying capacity cable sizes.
 The branch supply line shall be overload protected.
 The point of connection shall be as close as practicable to the appliance have an
isolating switch accessible during manual operation of the appliance.
 The supply cord shall be protected against any mechanical or thermal damage.
Refer to the appropriate wiring standards for the size of cable that is to be supplied to an appliance for the
current drawn on that line.
4
Dimensions
FN(L)8127E
FN(L)8224E
5
Dimensions
FN(L)8127EE
FN(L)8224EE
6
Installation
Installation Requirements
NOTE: It is most important that this appliance is installed correctly and that operation is correct
before use.
Installation shall comply with local electrical and health and safety
requirements.
Waldorf Deep Fryers are designed to provide years of satisfactory service, and correct installation is
essential to achieve the best performance, efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with National installation codes and in addition, in
accordance with relevant National / Local codes covering health and safety, electrical and fire safety.
Australia / New Zealand
United Kingdom:
AS / NZS3000
BS 7671
- Wiring Rules.
- Requirements for Electrical Installations.
Installations must be carried out by qualified service persons only. Failure to install the
equipment to the relevant codes and manufacturers specifications shown in this section will
void the warranty.
Unpacking
 Remove all packaging and transit protection from appliance including all protective plastic coating
from door outer panel and exterior stainless steel panels.
 Check equipment and parts for damage. Report any damage immediately to carrier and distributor.
 Report any deficiencies to distributor who supplied appliance.
 Check available electrical supply is correct to as shown on rating plate on inside of access door.
 Check the following parts have been supplied with appliance:
FN8127E / EE
2
1
1
Baskets
Lid
Drain Extension
FN8224E / EE
2
1
2
Location
1.
2.
3.
Any appliance requires adequate clearance and ventilation for optimum and trouble-free operation.
Minimum installation clearances shown below, are to be adhered to.
Position the Deep Fryer in its approximate working position.
Legs (rear rollers - optional) must always be fitted. Ensure the legs / rollers are securely attached.
Clearances
Combustible Surface
Non Combustible Surface
Left / Right Hand Side
50mm
0mm
Rear
25mm
0mm
NOTE:
 Only non-combustible materials can be used in close proximity to this appliance.
 To allow easy operation, drainage and servicing of the appliance, a minimum of 600mm
clearance should be maintained at front of appliance.
Assembly
This model is delivered completely assembled. Ensure that the legs are securely attached.
NOTE:
 This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable it to be positioned securely and level
on uneven floors. This should be carried out on completion of gas connection. Refer to
'Gas Connection Section'.
 The rear leg housings on this appliance can also be fitted with rear rollers to enable the
appliance to be easily moved for positioning and cleaning purposes. If desired, these
rollers are supplied in the packaging, with tappliance. See overleaf for fitting instructions.
Optional Accessories (Refer to Replacement Parts List)
 Plinth Kit. For installation details, refer to the instructions supplied with each kit.
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Installation
Fitting Rear Rollers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Raise the appliance from the floor by approx. 75mm,
using suitable lifting equipment (i.e. Palletiser / Forklift)
to allow rear adjustable feet to be removed.
Unscrew and remove both rear adjustable feet from
rear leg housings.
Fit rear roller to rear leg housing and align screw hole
in side of rear leg housing with threaded hole in rear
roller.
Secure the rear roller to the leg support with bolt
supplied and tighten bolt.
Fit second roller and tighten securing bolt.
Lower appliance back to the floor and adjust front
adjustable feet to level appliance.
Appliance
Base
Fig 1
Rear Leg
Housing
Roller
Locating Bolt
Adjustable
Foot
8
Rear
Roller
Installation
Electrical Connection
NOTE: ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED
PERSON.
Each fryer should be connected to an adequately protected power supply and an isolation switch mounted
adjacent to, but not behind the fryer. This switch must be clearly marked and readily accessible in case of
fire.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Check the electricity supply is correct to as shown on the Rating Plate attached to the inside of the
access door.
Supply terminal connections are located at the lower front of the fryer.
Open the door and remove the service panel (6 screws) located behind the drain valve(s) to allow
connection access for electrical supply.
Bring the supply cable up through the grommet at the rear of the fryer and through the compression
type gland provided on rear of main electrical switchgear panel.
Connect mains supply to L1, L2 and L3 switch connections for 3 phases.
Connect neutral and earth conductors to the neutral and earth studs respectively.
For all connections ensure that the conductors are secure and appropriately terminated.
Tighten the cable gland to secure against tension on the cable.
NOTE:
 This appliance must be grounded / earthed.
 Fixed wiring installations must incorporate an all-pole disconnection switch.
Commissioning
1.
Before leaving the new installation;
a. Check the following functions in accordance with the operating instructions specified in the
'Operation' section of this manual.
 Check current draw and loading for the equipment. Refer to the Specifications section for
correct electrical requirements.
 Check all connections are correct and that all cover panels have been re-fitted.
 Check that the unit functions in accordance with the operating instructions.
 Ensure the tank drain extension and this instruction manual are left with the appliance.
 Ensure that all relevant details and contacts have been added to the front of this manual.
b. Check the thermostat operation by filling the fryer with oil / shortening to the appropriate oil 'FILL
LEVEL' mark and setting the thermostat to 180°C. Turn ‘On’ the fryer as shown in 'Operation
Instructions' in this manual.
c. Check the calibration of the thermostat once oil is up to temperature. If a discrepancy is found,
thermostat calibration should be referred to the supplier.
d. Ensure the operator has been instructed in the correct operation and shutdown procedure for this
appliance.
Initial Start-Up
Before using the fryer;
a. For first time use of the fryer and before using fryer for cooking product, fill the fryer with oil and
operate fryer for about 1 hour at Full Flame setting to remove any fumes or odours which may
be present in the new appliance.
b. Refer to Operation Section of this manual for details on how to operate the fryer.
2.
This manual must be kept by the owner for future reference, and a record of Date of Purchase,
Date of Installation and Serial Number of Appliance is recorded and kept with this manual.
(These details can be found on the Rating Plate fitted to the inside of the access door and in
'Specifications' section of this manual.
NOTE:
 If it is not possible to get the fryer to operate correctly, turn ‘Off’ electrical power and
contact a qualified service person. Appliance supplier will recommend a suitable person.
 Make sure that the electrical supply is turned ‘Off’ before any service or maintenance work
is carried out.
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Operation
Operation Guide
Caution
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation or servicing
operations on this appliance.
Description of the Controls - FN8127E and FN8224E Models Only
FN8224E Twin Tank Model shown
Temperature Control Knob
Temperature Graduations
60°C to 200°C.
Neon Indicator
(Green)
Power ‘ON’ Indicator. (When
main power switch is ‘ON’).
Neon Indicator
(Orange)
Heating ‘ON’ Indicator. (When
thermostat is turned to a
selected temperature).
Located Behind Main Access Door
Fig 2
Temperature
Cut-out Reset
Switches
Operating the Reset Switches
resets power to the elements.
(One switch for each element.
Press to operate).
Mains Isolation
Switch
Turns power to the Fryer ‘ON’
and ‘OFF’. (Green Indicator
illuminates when switched
‘ON’).
Description of the Controls - FN8127EE and FN8224EE Models Only
FN8224EE Twin Tank Model shown
Electronic Controller
See description of Electronic
Controller overleaf.
Located Behind Main Access Door
Temperature
Cut-out Reset
Switches
Mains Isolation
Switch
Fig 3
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Operating the reset switches
resets the elements.
(One switch for each element.
Press to operate).
Turns power ‘ON’ and ‘OFF’ to
the unit. (Green LED Indicator
illuminates when switched
‘ON’).
Operation
Control Panel Functions - FN8127EE and FN8224EE Models Only.
Each control panel comprises the following:One 4 digit, seven segment display with a 0.5” high, bright green LED display.
Three green LED indicator lights located under each of the 3 Timer Controls.
6 Touch Control Keys;‘ON’ / ’OFF’ Key.
Programme Key (P).
The 3 Timer Keys on each control
Left Timer - ‘UP’ Key and LED Indicator Light.
panel can be used to program 3
Centre Timer - and LED Indicator Light.
different cook times for each tank.
Right Timer - ‘DOWN’ Key and LED Indicator Light.
NOTE: Only one temperature
setting applies to all 3 timers.
Temperature Key (Thermostat).
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Operation
Controller Basic Programming Mode - FN8127EE and FN8224EE
Models Only
The following Parameters can be changed in Controller Basic Programming Mode: Timer 1 - Cook Time Settings.
 Timer 2 - Cook Time Settings.
 Timer 3 - Cook Time Settings.
 Cooking Temperature Setting.
 Keypad ‘Lock - Unlock’ (Programming the Password Protection).
NOTE:
 Each Timer Key on the control panel can be individually programmed with a different cook
time.
 The user cannot enter Basic Programming Mode whilst a timer is running. An alarm will
sound indicating the key press, but access to programming mode will be blocked.
Entering the Controller Basic Settings
1.
2.
To enter ‘Programming Mode’, press ‘ON / OFF’ key to turn ‘ON’
the control panel.
Press Programme Key ‘P’ to access the parameter setting required.
a. If ‘LoC’ is displayed, control panel is locked which will prevent
any accidental change to the operating mode.
b. To access parameters, whilst ‘LoC’ is displayed on screen,
enter the passcode ‘1 1 3 3’.
Setting the Parameters
1.
To change the settings, press either
required is shown on the display.
or
Key until the value
2.
Press Programme Key ‘P’ to confirm new value and the change will
be accepted. Display will step on to the next parameter.
TIMER 1
TIMER 2
TIMER 3
Min 0.01
Max 99.59
Min 0.01
Max 99.59
Min 0.01
Max 99.59
KEYPAD
‘LOCK’ - ‘UNLOCK’
COOK TEMPERATURE
SETTING
If set to ‘LoC’, password is required
to change any of these settings.
Password is 1,1,3,3.
Min 88°C
Max 193°C
To Exit the Programming Mode.
To exit Programming Mode, press and hold Programme Key ‘P’ for approximately 3 seconds, or do not
press any key for 2 minutes. The display will revert to ‘Idle Mode’.
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Operation
Filling the Tank(s)
CORRECT LEVEL FOR FRYING MEDIUM WHEN
AT FRYING TEMPERATURE.
CORRECT LEVEL FOR FRYING MEDIUM WHEN
COLD.
Fig 4
NOTE: WALDORF 'Deep Fryers’ can be used with both oil and shortening.
1.
2.
Before filling the tank, always check that the drain valve behind the door is closed. A locking slide is
provided on these valves and this should always be in the locked position during use.
Ensure that the elements are swung down into the tank(s).
OIL - Carefully fill the fryer tank until the lower ‘Fill Level’ mark is reached.
Set the thermostat to the required operating temperature, the oil will expand as heated and will
reach the upper level mark when the oil is hot (180 - 190°C).
 The FN8127 single tank fryer will hold 27 to 29 litres of oil.
 The FN8224 twin tank fryer will hold 14 litres of oil per pan.
SHORTENING - Ideally shortening should be pre-melted prior to putting it into the tank. This is normally
done in a suitable vessel on a boiling table burner(s). The liquefied shortening can then be poured
into the tank until it reaches the 'FILL LEVEL' mark.
 The FN8127 single tank fryer will hold 22 - 23kg of shortening.
 The FN8224 twin tank fryer will hold 11kg of shortening per tank.
Pre-Heating
NOTE: When pre-melting shortening, only heat the shortening until it is just liquefied. Do not bring
the shortening up to high temperature as handling of hot shortening is dangerous.
 If it is not possible to pre-melting the shortening, carefully cut shortening into small pieces and
pack below, all around and above the elements, ensuring that the element can fully lower to
operate the element tilt microswitch, otherwise the fryer will not operate.
 FN8127E and FN8224E Only;- Set the tank control thermostat to 120°C and switch ‘ON’ the
appliance for 30 seconds and then ‘OFF’ for 1 minute. Repeat the cycle until all the shortening is
melted enough to apply full power to the heating elements. To speed up this process, break up
the shortening and stir carefully during the melting process.
 Add more shortening until the tank is filled to the level marked on the tank side. Refer to Fig 4
above.
NOTE: Running the elements continuously will cause the shortening in contact with the element to
overheat, resulting in premature oil breakdown. Never allow the shortening to smoke whilst
melting as this indicates that the temperature is too high. If the shortening starts smoking,
increase the ‘Off’ intervals of the elements.
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Operation
Operation of the Appliance
Warning
THE
OPERATOR MUST TAKE GREAT CARE TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY AND TO GUARD IT AGAINST THE RISK







DO NOT LEAVE THE FRYER UN-ATTENDED DURING OPERATION.
DO NOT REPLENISH THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER WHEN THE FRYER IS HOT.
DO NOT OVER FILL THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER ABOVE THE TOP LEVEL MARK.
DO NOT ALLOW THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER TO FALL BELOW THE LOWER LEVEL MARK.
DO NOT ALLOW THE OIL (FRYING MEDIUM) IN THE FRYER TO OVERHEAT.
DO NOT INTRODUCE WET FOOD OR WATER INTO THE HOT OIL (FRYING MEDIUM).
DO NOT USE FLAMMIBLE SOLVENTS AND CLEANING AIDS ON OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE FRYER
WHILST THE FRYER IS STILL HOT.
OF FIRE.
FN8127E and FN8224E Models Only.
1.
Turn ‘ON’ mains power at the mains supply.
2.
Turn ‘ON’ mains isolator switch located behind the front access door. Green neon indicator will
illuminate to indicate that there is mains power to the fryer.
3.
Set the tank control thermostat to the temperature required. Orange neon indicator will illuminate
to indicate that the heating elements are ‘On’.
4.
When oil in tank reaches the set temperature, Orange neon will extinguish to indicate that fryer is up
to the selected temperature.
5.
To turn ‘OFF’ the fryer, open the front access door and turn the mains Isolator Switch to the ‘OFF’
position.
6.
Turn ‘OFF’ mains power at mains supply.
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Operation
FN8127EE and FN8224EE Models Only.
Fryer Operation (Flow Chart)
Refer to ‘Controller Basic Programming Mode’ at the start of this section for the basic programmable
settings for the controller.
Refer to the ‘Controller Advanced Programming Mode’ section for controller advanced programming.
If Melt Cycle is turned ON.
TURN ON FRYER
Press ON / OFF key to turn ‘ON’ Control Panel.
If Melt cycle is active, display will show the
following. Refer to Controller Advanced
Programming Mode for available settings.
Neon Dot Indicates Heating is‘ON’
If ‘t - 1’ selected in Advanced
Program Settings, display will show
Actual Temperature of oil.
If ‘t - 0’ selected in Advanced
Program Settings, display will show
the following.
H.EAt
When oil is Up To Temperature, display will show the following.
droP
Fryer can now be used without using the Timers, if required.
If Melt Cycle is turned OFF.
TURN ON FRYER
Press ON / OFF key to turn ‘ON’ Control Panel.
Display will show the following. Refer to Controller
Advanced Programming Mode for settings.
If ‘t
If ‘t - 0’ selected in Advanced
Program Settings, display will show
the following.
- 1’ selected in Advanced
Program Settings,
Actual Temperature of oil is displayed.
H.EAt
When oil is up to temperature, display will show the following.
droP
Fryer can now be used without using the Timers, if required.
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Operation
To Use the Timers
NOTE: Refer to ‘Basic Programming Mode’ for
information on how to set the Timer
Pre-Set times.
To Use the Temperature Display
NOTE: Refer to ‘Basic Programming Mode’ for
information on how to set the Cooking
Temperature.
Press Timer 1, 2 or 3 as required.
LED beneath timer will flash continuously.
Press Temperature Key.
Display shows Actual Temperature.
Display will count down time to
completion of frying.
Press Temperature Key again,
within 3 seconds.
Display shows Set Temperature.
On completion of frying, beeper will sound
and display will show which timer has
completed frying.
Left
Centre or Right
Press Timer Key to cancel Beeper and Timer
Turning ‘OFF’ the Fryer
1.
2.
Press the ‘On /Off’ Key on the control panel.
Turn ‘Off’ the power supply at the mains supply.
‘Over-Temperature’ Control System
These fryers have been fitted with a ‘Fail Safe Over Temperature Safety Cut-Out’ which will protect the oil /
fat from excessive temperature if the thermostat control should fail. The power light will turn ‘Off’ if the
over temperature control has been triggered. The twin tank fryer (FN8224E) has an individual ‘Fail Safe
Over Temperature Safety Cut-Out’ for each tank.
Over-Temp Control
The over-temp thermostat is mounted behind the transformer panel, behind the access door and its
sensing bulb is located alongside the thermostat (E and EE Models).
This control is set for approx. 225-235°C oil cutout temperature. To reset the 'Overtemp Control',
allow the oil to cool down to approx 160-180°C then operate the red switch behind the access door.
The power light will then turn ‘On’.
NOTE: On dual tank models, if either 'Over-Temperature Control' is triggered, a fault exists in the
main thermostat and this must be reported and repaired. For temporary operation, Model
FN8127EE is fitted with a backup thermostat.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
General
Warning
DO NOT USE FLAMMIBLE
FRYER IS STILL HOT.
SOLVENTS AND CLEANING AIDS ON OR IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
FRYER
WHILST
Caution
Always turn ‘Off’ electrical supply before cleaning the fryer.
This appliance is not water proof.
Do not use water jet spray to clean interior or exterior of this appliance.
To achieve the best results, cleaning must be regular and thorough and all controls and mechanical parts
checked and adjusted periodically by a competent serviceman. If any small faults occur, have them
attended to promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown. It is recommended that a service
check is conducted every six months.
Clean the fryer regularly. A clean fryer looks better, will last longer and will perform better. This will result
in loss of cooking efficiency.
NOTE:
 DO NOT use sharp scrapers, strong solvents, abrasive or caustic detergents as they could
corrode or damage the fryer.
 Ensure that any detergent or cleaning material has been completely removed after each
cleaning.
To keep your fryer clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow the procedures shown below:Draining and Daily Cleaning
1.
At the end of each day or at the end of each shift, if frying schedule is heavy, frying medium should
be drained and filtered into a receptacle.
Warning
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MOVE FRYER WHILST FRYER IS FULL OF OIL.
Caution
Never drain the fryer with power or burners turned ‘ON’
Always switch ‘OFF' fryer before draining or re-filling tank.
2.
Always filter the fryer when the cool zone under burners / elements
is hot and liquid. A cold fryer heated up won't drain, because
frying medium in this zone will remain hard if using solid fat / oils.
3.
Screw the drain extension pipe onto the end of the drain valve
(see Fig 5) and position a suitable container and filter under the
drain extension pipe.
Drain
Extension
Pipe
Fig 5
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Opening the Drain Valve
Warning
HOT OIL WILL
BURN
a. Lift the locking slide on valve handle
(Fig 6) to release the valve.
b. While holding the locking slide in the
withdrawn position, rotate handle
anticlockwise (Fig 7) to open the
valve.
c. When the valve is closed, the locking
slide will drop down over the locking
valve to prevent accidental opening of
the valve, as shown in Fig.6.
- DO NOT RUSH THIS JOB.
Locking
Slide
Locking Slide
Fig 6
Fig 7
4.
Do not empty total fryer contents into one large container, as this will be dangerous and may be
difficult, when lifted up, to pour hot oil back into the fryer tank.
5.
Slip a muslin or other suitable filter bag over the end of the drain valve. Crumbs will be caught in
the bag but the frying medium will strain freely through into the container.
6.
Open the drain valve slowly to minimise splashing, and take care not to overfill the container.
7.
When tank has been drained, use a ladle or small pan with a handle and dip into the hot frying
medium from the container and pour around the sides and bottom of the fryer tank to wash out
crumbs and particles adhering to the tank.
8.
Continue to dip and pour until all crumbs and particles are washed down and into the filter bag.
9.
Open the drain valve fully and check for any particles or crumb residue lodged in the valve. Clean
out the valve with a stiff nylon brush. Do not use a wire brush as this may damage the valve
seating and will eventually lead to valve leakage. If the obstruction cannot be removed with a
brush, use a wooden probe to dislodge the obstruction.
10.
Wipe all exterior panels with a cloth dampened with detergent and rinse off any residue with clean
warm water.
11.
Clean the Control Panel with a damp cloth lightly moistened with a solution of water and a
commercial quality foodservice approved detergent.
12.
Once the daily cleaning is completed, close the drain valve and pour the frying medium back into the
fryer tank.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Weekly Cleaning
NOTE: If fryer usage is very high, we recommend that the weekly cleaning procedure is carried out
more frequently.
1.
2.
Proceed to drain and filter the tank, as shown in 'Daily Cleaning'. Do not refill the tank with frying
medium until the tank has been cleaned as shown below.
Fill the fryer with cold water to the normal fill level and add a high quality commercial cleaner that
has been specifically formulated for fryers. All purpose cleaners are not recommended.
NOTE: Never use a caustic or lye solution, as this will leave a fat destroying film on the tank.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Ensure that the elements are lowered into the tank. Switch ‘ON’ the power and heat the water to
approximately 80-90°C.
Clean the fryer baskets at the same time by immersing them in the cleaning solution. Allow the
fryer to soak for 5-10 minutes or as directed on the cleaner instructions. Remove the baskets and
switch ‘OFF’ the fryer.
Scrub the baskets and fryer tank lightly, but vigorously with a stiff nylon bristle brush to remove any
remaining deposits. DO NOT use a wire brush, as this will scratch the sides of the tank.
Empty the fryer and rinse thoroughly with water. Use a 1 part vinegar to 15 parts water solution to
rinse the tank and neutralise any cleaner residue. If this proves unsuitable for the cleaner being
used, use a weaker solution of up to 1 part vinegar to 25 parts water.
Rinse the tank thoroughly with water, drain and dry.
Refill the tank with new filtered frying medium.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. With the tank(s) drained, cleaned and dried as shown above, clean the exterior surfaces of the
fryer with hot water, a mild detergent solution and a soft cloth.
b. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
c. To remove any discolouration, use an approved stainless steel cleaner or stainless steel wool.
Always rub in the direction of the grain.
Periodic Maintenance
NOTE: All maintenance operations should only be carried out by a qualified service person.
To achieve the best results, cleaning must be regular and thorough. All controls and mechanical parts
should be checked and adjusted periodically by a qualified service person. If any small faults occur, have
them attended to promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown. It is recommended that
the appliance is serviced every 6 months.
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Fault Finding
Guide to Cooking Problems with Fryer
This section provides an easy reference guide to the more common problems that may occur during the
operation of your equipment. The fault finding guide in this section is intended to help you correct, or at
least accurately diagnose problems with your equipment.
Although this section covers the most common problems reported, you may encounter a problem not
covered in this section. In such instances, please contact your local authorised service agent who will
make every effort to help you identify and resolve the problem. Please note that the service agent will
require the following information: Model Code and Serial Number of the appliance. (both can be found on the Rating Plate
located on appliance).
Fault
Frying Medium Foaming.
Gumming.
Greasy Foods.
Possible Cause
Presence of soap or detergent residue
from cleaning the tank.
Rinse fryer thoroughly three times with clean water.
Ensure fryer is perfectly dry before re-filling with
frying medium.
Excessive breakdown of frying medium.
Add fresh frying medium daily to replace contents
every 3-5 days.
Remove excess moisture from foods to be fried.
Continual frying of food with excess
moisture.
Continued overheating of oil.
Check thermostat setting. Turn down heat to around
120°C (Standby) when use is quiet.
Overloading.
Maintain 1-8 ratio of food to frying medium.
Heating frying medium too rapidly.
When charging fryer or starting up, melt frying
medium gradually.
Continued overheating of the frying
medium.
Frying oil broken down.
Check thermostat setting with a thermometer or
thermocouple.
Check amount of fresh frying medium added to fryer
to be sure 'turnover' is adequate.
Using wrong cooking frying medium.
Some frying mediums form gums when used in a deep
fryer. e.g safflower oil.
Frying at too low temperatures.
Increase temperature and check thermostat setting.
Inadequate preparation of food.
Be sure foods (especially potatoes) are 'cured'
correctly.
Excessive quantities of breading or
batter.
Placing food in frying medium direct
from the freezer.
Surplus moisture in and on surface of
food.
Frying medium in advanced stages of
breakdown.
Remove surplus breading or batter.
Use of dripping or other unrefined oil.
Due to low smoking point, cooking in these oils at
lower temperatures will result in greater oil absorption
by the food.
Using the wrong kind of cooking oil.
Always use a completely refined and deodorised
cooking oil.
Adjust procedures to fry more food in fryer to increase
turnover.
Check thermostat setting with a thermometer or
thermocouple.
Filter or strain the oil daily.
Clean fryer daily or at least once a week and rinse
thoroughly. Dry fryer before use.
Remove all copper or brass fittings from contact with
the oil.
Maintain 1-8 ratio of food to frying oil.
Inadequate frying oil turnover.
Oil overheating.
Contamination.
Poor cleaning procedures.
Rapid Oil Breakdown.
Remedy
Presence of copper or brass in the fryer
equipment.
Overloading the fryer.
Food excessively moist.
Oil overheating on ‘Standby’ mode.
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Allow frozen foods to thaw before frying.
Drain and dry foods before frying.
Discard 'old' frying medium and refill fryer with new
frying medium.
Drain and dry the food before frying.
Reduce temperature of frying oil between 93°C during
idle (‘Standby’) periods.
Fault Finding
Fault
Oil Smoking.
Possible Cause
Remedy
Insufficient turnover of oil.
Maintain a minimum quantity of oil in fryer for more
rapid turnover or increase the quantity of food fried in
fryer. Replace with fresh oil every 3 to 5 days.
Continual frying with excess moisture on
food.
Drain foods before frying, pat food dry.
Contamination of oil.
Filter or strain daily to remove contaminants.
Overheating of oil.
Check thermostat setting with a thermometer or
thermocouple.
Rapid breakdown of oil.
Use of unrefined oils.
Use a stable frying oil.
Dripping smokes at lower temperature than refined
and deodorised oils.
Presence of salt on the food.
Salt foods after frying and away from the fryer.
Foods dipped in batter high in egg yolk.
Reduce egg content of batter, replace part egg with
milk.
Filter or strain the oil daily to remove contaminants.
Clean fryer at least weekly or each day in cases of
heavy usage. Ensure fryer is perfectly dry before use.
Contamination of oil.
Poor cleaning practice.
Darkening of Oil.
Overheating of oil.
Check thermostat setting with a thermometer or
thermocouple.
Insufficient oil turnover.
Top up daily to replace the contents of fryer in 3 to 5
days.
Cooking foods with high sugar levels.
At the end of the season, potatoes are usually high in
reduced sugars. When fried, they will darken quickly
and colour the oil.
NOTE: Excessive usage of oil is an indication of high absorption of oil into the food. This is a
function of temperature and character of the goods being fried - NOT due to type of oil
being used (unless refined oils are being used). Any variation in the apparent life of the oil
is always due to one or more of the causes mentioned above.
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Fault Finding
Fault Finding the Electrical System
Fault
Elements do not Heat Up.
Possible Cause
Remedy
Check mains power is supplied to the unit
and that a circuit breaker or fuse has not
tripped / blown.
Turn ‘On’ power. Reset circuit breaker or
replace blown fuse.
Check element is flat and that the tilt
microswitch is closed.
Adjust microswitch so that the microswitch
is activated when element is fully down in
the flat (cooking position).
Check thermostat setting is correct and
that control knob is set to 'ON' position.
Replace the thermostat.
Call service provider.
Over-temperature thermostat faulty.
If overtemp cuts out below 220ºC, replace
over-temperature thermostat.
Call service provider.
Over-Temperature Thermostat Cuts
Out.
Control thermostat not maintaining set
temperature.
a. Thermostat out of calibration.
b. Thermostat does not open on
temperature rise.
Check continuity through thermostat leads,
on temperature rise. If circuit does not
open, replace the thermostat.
Thermostat opens on temperature rise but
electrical contactor does not respond.
Check electrical connections are correct.
Call service provider.
Call service provider.
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Wiring Schematics
FN8127E Single Tank - 17kW Model Only
5
3
3
19
4
3
ELEMENTS
THERMOSTAT
THERMOSTAT PANEL
10
9
12
11
HEAT
14
13
7
6
10
SELECTOR
SWITCH
POWER
20
MICROSWITCH
17
17
18
16
OVERTEMP
OVERTEMP PANEL
21
16
1
15
8
15
14
12
1
7
6
3
3
3
1
18
8
2
N
9
2
21
2
20
GEAR TRAY
19
EARTH
23
L1
L2
L3
Wiring Schematics
FN8127E21 Single Tank - 21kW Model Only
24
Wiring Schematics
FN8224E Twin Tank
4
4
8
8
3
3
3
7
7
7
34
ELEMENTS
12
CONTROL PANEL
13
20
19
THERMOSTAT
15
22
14
21
HEAT
HEAT
27
32
16
10
28
9
33
17
13
20
SELECTOR
SWITCH
SELECTOR
SWITCH
POWER
POWER
35
MICROSWITCH
23
24
29
29
25
THERMOSTAT PANEL
36
5
5
5
25
9
3
3
3
1
5
5
18
5
7
7
15
1
11
26
26
27
17
30
31
1
10
18
32
31
7
22
23
11
16
12
2
6
2
6
34
25
35
19
EARTH
36
2
6
GEAR TRAY
N
L1
L2
L3
QC DOUBLE CONECTOR
P/N 013107
24
30
OVERTEMP
Wiring Schematics
FN8127EE Single Tank - 17kW Model Only
5
3
3
26
4
3
ELEMENTS
14
15
13
25
25
19
12
25
CONTROL PANEL
25
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
23
23
24
22
OVERTEMP
OVERTEMP PANEL
27
15
14
13
12
19
11
11
18
10
16
10
17
20
22
1
7
21
21
6
3
3
20
3
11
1
8
9
1
24
7
Com
N/O
16
8
2
17
N L1
2
27
2
26
GEAR TRAY
26
L2
L3
MICROSWITCH
Wiring Schematics
FN8127EE21 Single Tank - 21kW Model Only
27
Wiring Schematics
FN8224EE Twin Tank
50
46
47
MICROSWITCH
BROWN
BROWN
45
THERMOSTAT PANEL
18
17
16
15
22
14
14
21
19
38
20
32
13
FUSE
FUSE
26
27
51
33
33
40
23
12
5
5
5
25
43
1
1
9
3
3
3
5
5
1
7
7
7
27
10
29
30
15
10
24
24
23
11
12
31
43
44
5
28
29
42
22
22
L3
L2
L1
6
30
2
11
N
16
47
46
15
22
26
25
OVERTEMP
QC DOUBLE CONECTOR
P/N 013107
17
18
45
44
37
36
35
34
41
39
42
31
2
20
39
6
51
2
19
38
6
50
EARTH
3
PROBE
36
48
49
35
41
48
TOP
49
28
3
3
7
PROBE
37
38
BROWN
BROWN
GEAR TRAY
4
4
8
8
7
7
ELEMENTS
BOTTOM
Controller Advanced Programming Mode
The following Parameters can be accessed and adjusted in the Advanced Programming Mode: Timing Mode (Straight or Flexi cook time).
 Temperature Offset (Calibration Setting) -14° to +14°.
 Temperature Display Mode (Temp display or prompt display).
 Programming the Melt Cycle.
 Setting the Temperature Units (either °C or °F).
 System Programmable Default Settings.
1.
Press the ‘ON / OFF’ Key to turn ‘ON’ the fryer
controller.
2.
Press Programme Key ‘P’ and ‘Timer 1’ Key together to
enter ‘Advanced Programming Mode’.
3.
If ‘LoC’ is displayed, password protection is turned ‘ON’ and
control panel is locked. Unlock the control panel, refer to
‘Controller Basic Programming Mode’ - ‘Entering the Controller
Basic Settings’, and repeat from Item 2 above.
TIMING MODE
SETTING THE
TEMPERATURE UNITS
Press
Together
TEMPERATURE
OFFSET
TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY MODE
from
-14° to +14°
't -1’ or 't -0’
either
PROGRAMMING
THE MELT CYCLE
either
‘CY L’, ‘CY.S’ or 'CY o’
IDLE MODE
either
'°F’ or '°C’.
Factory Default Settings
Timing Mode
1.
One of the following options will display:Straight Cook Time
Straight cook time refers to real time cooking.
Flexible Cook Time
Cook time can be automatically adjusted to
compensate for size of load being cooked.
2.
3.
To change ‘Timing Mode’, press either ‘Timer 1’ or
‘Timer 3’ Key.
Press Program ‘P’ Key to confirm options, the change
will be accepted and display will step on to
‘Temperature Offset’ parameter.
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Controller Advanced Programming Mode
Temperature Offset
The display temperature can be adjusted by between -14° to +14°.
Factory Default Settings
O°
To Calibrate the Control Temperature
 Set control temperature to 170°.
 Measure the oil temperature that the control is cycling at.
 If oil temperature is higher than the reading shown on the control panel, enter a positive value of
the difference between the oil temperature and the set temperature (170° + difference).
 If oil temperature is lower than the reading shown on the control panel, enter a negative value of
the difference between the oil temperature and the set temperature (170° - difference).
1.
2.
3.
Temperature offset will appear on the screen.
To change temperature offset option, press either ‘Timer 1’
or ‘Timer 3’ Key to change selection.
Press Program Key ‘P’ to confirm the change and the display
will step on to ‘Temperature Display’ parameter.
Factory Default Settings
Temperature Display Mode
Temperature display can be set for either of two display modes:-
't - 1’ - Display will show oil temperature as an actual temperature.
’t - 0’ - Display will show one of the following temperature status;
‘HEAt’ - Awaiting for fryer to heat up to set temperature.
HEAt
‘droP’ - When fryer is within 10° of set temperature to
indicate that fryer is ready for loading.
droP
1.
One of the following options will display:-
2.
Press either ‘Timer 1’ or ‘Timer 3’ Key to select
option required.
3.
Press Program Key ‘P’ to accept the change and display will
step on to the ‘Programming the Melt Cycle’ parameter.
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Controller Advanced Programming Mode
Programming the ‘Melt Cycle’.
1.
2.
3.
One of the following 3 options may be selected:
‘L’ (Liquid).

‘S’ (Solid).

‘O’ (Override).
To change the programmed ‘Melt Cycle’, press either
‘Timer 1’ or ‘Timer 3’ Key to scroll through the three
options.
Once the desired option is selected, press Program Key
‘P’ to accept the change, display will step on to ‘Setting
the Temperature Units’.
Setting the ‘Temperature Units’.
1.
User may select from ‘F’ (Fahrenheit) or ‘C’ (Celsius).
2.
Press either ‘Timer 1’ or ‘Timer 3’ Key to change
selection.`
Press Programme ‘P’ Key , the change will be
accepted and display will revert to ‘Idle Mode’.
3.
NOTE:
 Pressing and holding Programme ‘P’ Key for approximately 3 seconds (Or not pressing
any keys for 2 minutes) during Advanced Programming Mode, the appliance will exit
Advanced Programming Mode and return to Idle Mode.
System Programmable Default Settings
The table below shows a list of the programmable parameters and the default settings for this appliance.
These settings can be edited from the Control Panel when in either ‘Controller Basic Programme Mode’
or ‘Controller Advanced Programming Mode’.
Programmable Default Settings
Controller Basic Programming Mode
Default Settings
Timer 1 ‘L’ Cook Time
Timer 2 'Ctr’ Cook Time
Timer 3 'R’ Cook Time
Temperature Set Point
Keypad Lock or Unlock
3:00 min.
3:00 min.
3:00 min.
177°C (350°F).
Unlock.
Controller Advanced Programming Mode
Default Settings
Timing Mode
Temperature Offset
Temperature Display Mode
Melt Cycle Mode
Degrees; °F or °C
S.t (Straight).
0°.
t. -0 = 'HEAt' or 'droP'.
L (Liquid).
°C.
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Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for servicing and repair of this
appliance.
Instructions supplied with parts should be followed when replacing
components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest authorized
service branch (contact details are as shown on reverse of front cover of this manual).
When ordering replacement parts, please quote the part number and the description as listed below. If the
part required is not listed below, request the part by description and quote Model and Serial Number which
is shown on the rating plate.
Part No
Description
227962
227963
227396
228375
228374
024018
020256
011982
229355
024802
013977
014612
025929
015299
017717
228660
020109
229033
228707
230101
231739
025948
Neon (Green)
Neon (Orange)
Knob 6mm 60-200°C
Switch Actuator ON/OFF
Load Switch ON/OFF
Overtemp Thermostat
Reset Relay
Thermostat
Selector Switch
Door Microswitch
Door Microswitch Insulator
Fryer Element (Single Tank 17 kW)
Fryer Element (Single Tank 21 kW)
Fryer Element (Double Tank)
Temperature Probe
Transformer 24Vac
Fuse 2 Amp
Fuse Holder
Digital Controller
Controller Overlay (3 basket / timer)
Contactor
Terminal Block - 6 Way
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
4
Basket (Standard).
Door Magnetic Catch.
Door Handle
Drain Valve.
Drain Valve.
Drain Extension.
Drain Extension.
Fryer Lid.
Lid Handle (Black)
Leg Adjustable - 150mm
Rear Roller Assy.
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
FN8127E
FN8224E
6
FN8127EE
FN8224EE
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
General
018019
227856
227451
018358
019390
021885
021932
228761
015279
227850
229674
1
1
1
2
2
Accessories
228793
Plinth Kit - 450mm (Fryer).
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2
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
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