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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION « A » DESCRIPTION
PAGE
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A1
Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A2
Shipping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A2
Installation warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A3
Distances to respect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A5
Operation / instruction for oven and proofer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A6
Operation for proofer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A8
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A9
Oven maintenance and cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A12
Optional auto steam injection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A13
Optional watlow control operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A14
SECTION « E » COMPONENT PARTS
Component parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SECTION « F » CONTROL PANELS
CAOP6 120V/208V/1PH & 120V/240V/1PH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAOP6 120V/208V/3PH & 120V/240V/3PH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAOP6 220V/1PH/60 Hz & 220V/1PH/50 Hz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAOP6 120V/208V/1PH & 120V/240V/1PH (WATLOW) . . . . . . . . .
F1
F3
F5
F7
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FAMCAEA.DOC
10/08
A1
INTRODUCTION
The manufacturer suggests to read this manual carefully.
This Circle Air oven is manufactured with first quality material by experienced technicians. Proper
installation and maintenance will guarantee a reliable service for years to come.
A nameplate fixed to the front or right side of the oven specifies the model number, serial number,
voltage and amperage.
Drawings and replacement parts numbers are included in this manual. The electrical diagram is
affixed in the control panel at the back of the oven.
ATTENTION
DOYON is not responsible for damages to the property or the equipment caused
by personnel who is not certified by known organisations. The customer is
responsible for finding qualified technicians in electricity and plumbing for the
installation of the oven.
A-2
CONSTRUCTION
You just bought the most advanced oven in the world, "DOYON" technology at its best. This oven is
manufactured using the highest quality components and material.
The oven gives a perfect uniform baking with its unique Circle Air convection system. The DOYON
oven is designed with parts that are easy to find.
SHIPPING
For your safety, this equipment has been verified by qualified technicians and carefully crated before
shipment. The freight company assumes full responsibility concerning the delivery in good condition
of the equipment in accepting to transport it.
IMPORTANT
RECEPTION OF THE MERCHANDISE
Take care to verify that the received equipment is not damaged before signing the delivery receipt. If
a damage or a lost part is noticed, write it clearly on the receipt. If it is noticed after the carrier has
left, contact immediately the freight company in order that they do their inspection.
We do not assume the responsibility for damages or losses that may occur during transportation.
A3
INSTALLATION WARNINGS
POWER FAILURE WARNING
WHEN YOU HAVE A POWER FAILURE, SHUT OFF THE OVEN POWER SWITCH TO
PROTECT THE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS WHEN THE POWER COMES BACK.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS
AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY APPLIANCE.
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE
WARNING
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR
MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.
Installation and service must be done by specialised technicians. Contact a certified electrician and
plumber for set up.
The oven must be connected to the utility and electrically grounded in conformity to the effective
local regulations. If these are not established, the oven must be connected according to the
Canadian Electrical Code (CSA-C22.1-XX) or National Electrical Code (NFPA 70-XX). Refer to
last edition year for XX. Installation must also allow proper access for service (24 inches each side
and back).
The ovens must be installed with a proper ventilation according with the local building code.
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DISTANCES TO RESPECT
A)
Back and sides of the oven: 1 inch.
B)
Top of the oven: a clearance of 12 inches to the ceiling must exist to permit adequate venting.
C)
Floor: 4 inches minimum.
D)
Sides of the oven: do not install other than easily removable equipment for service and
maintenance (not closer than 1 inch).
E)
It is recommended to have a certain length of water pipe, electric cable between oven and
wall to help gain access for service.
A5
INSTALLATION
IN GENERAL
Take off the packaging material with care.
accessories.
Take off all the material used for packing and
1. To the electrician
Electrical supply installation must be in accordance with the electrical rating on the nameplate.
WARNING
The electrician must make sure that the supply cable does not come in contact
with the oven top which becomes hot.
2. To the plumber
This equipment is to be installed to comply with the applicable federal, state or local plumbing codes.
Connect the steam system (1/4 NPT) to the cold water distribution network.
We highly recommend to use a water filter to eliminate minerals in the water. We suggest you to use
CUNO # CFS6135 (Doyon part number PLF240).
WARNING
Do not adjust the needle valves, it has been done at the factory.
A-6
OPERATION OF THE OVEN
1. Turn the switch to the " ON " position.
•
The light inside the oven must light up.
2. Adjust the thermostat at the desired setting (see THERMOSTAT INSTRUCTIONS below).
N.B. The red light must be "ON" (If not, press the breaker on the front).
3. Heat the unit until you reach the baking temperature.
When the desired temperature is reached, the red light goes out and turns green.
If the light is still "ON" and the oven does not produce heat, call for service.
4. Load the oven as fast as possible to avoid letting out too much heat.
5. Set the timer to the desired value and start it. (See "TIMER" adjustment on next page.)
NOTE: The timer does not shut the oven off at the end of its cycle. It simply activates the buzzer.
6. Wait until the product is ready. Do not open the doors until the product is done.
VERY IMPORTANT
This oven has an overheat warning alarm to protect the electrical components against overheating. If
the red pilot light (OVERHEAT WARNING) is lit and you hear a buzzer, see troubleshooting.
THERMOSTAT INSTRUCTIONS
To obtain a very good thermal stability, we use a digital temperature controller with thermocouple.
The Omron E5CS thermostat controls the heat of every element at the SP (set point).
The temperature of the oven is always shown on the display of the thermostat and an arrow indicates
if the temperature is over or below the SP. When the green light is lit, it indicates that the temperature
is at the SP ± 1 %.
To adjust the SP (set point) value, you just have to press the key on the left and use the up and down
keys to set the temperature. Press the left key to return to run mode.
A7
INSTRUCTIONS FOR OVEN
BAKING
350oF (Croissants, Sweet doughs, Small rolls)
375oF (Baguette bread, round loaf, 16 oz. bread and more)
375oF (If the oven is filled to its capacity)
Place product in the oven only when the pilot light has gone out.
OPENING AND CLOSING OF THE DOORS
To open the doors: Open one of the doors up to 2" and wait 2 seconds to let the fan reduce its
spinning before opening completely.
To close the doors: Close the first door completely and the second door down to 2" and wait 2
seconds before closing completely and then hold the door closed for 2 seconds.
P.S.
Open the doors as little as possible. This will affect the baking.
COOKING TIMER H5CL
Set the baking time required with the small push button on the timer. The green display is the setting
time and the red display is the countdown time (Ex: 25 minutes = set 2500 on green display).
After setting: Push the START/STOP button then, when the time expires, the buzzer will ring. Push
the START/STOP button again to stop the buzzer.
If you want to restart the time in the middle of the countdown, press on the yellow RST button on the
timer.
P.S. The timer is simply a reminder for the approximate duration of the baking time.
STEAM TIMER H5CL
Set the steam injection time required with the small push button on the timer. The green display is the
setting time and the red display is the countdown steam time (Ex: 25 seconds = set 2500 on green
display).
To inject steam in the oven, press and release the START steam timer button (while the fan is
running) to have your setting time steam injection.
If you want to restart the time in the middle of the countdown, press on the START button again or
on the yellow RST button on the timer.
P.S.
Do not inject steam more than once each time you bake. Wait at least 10 minutes before retiming the steam injection system.
A-8
OPERATION OF THE PROOFER
1.
2.
3.
4.
Switch "ON".
Set the thermostat control at 100o F.
Set the humidity control at approximately : 4 or 5 for CAOP6 and CAOP12
If there is too much fog and water drips from the glass doors, adjust humidity control to a lower
number.
5. When the temperature is stabilised, put the products in the proofer.
(Leave them inside until they are ready to bake.)
6. IMPORTANT : When proofing cycle is completed, turn the humidity switch to "OFF" and
let the motor blower and air heat element run for 10-15 minutes to let dry the proofer. Then, turn
the main switch off, and leave the door ajar to prevent moulding.
When the proofer is not in operation, open the doors to let out the humidity and to prevent
mould.
P.S.
The doors should not be opened unnecessarily to conserve the heat and humidity in the
proofer.
Every day cleaning of the water pan under the proofer's doors should be exercised.
A9
TROUBLESHOOTING
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
ANSWERS TO MOST FREQUENT QUESTIONS
Always cut off the main power before replacing any parts. Take care of water and gas
piping system when pulling the oven.
Control parts on the front and proofer Remove the side panels of the oven and the
proofer by screwing out the screws.
control:
Motor system on the back of the oven:
Questions
Pull the oven and screw out of the panels.
Solutions
The oven does not turn on.
Check the breakers on the front panel.
Check the breakers of the building.
Check if the doors are tightly closed.
Check the motor fuses and the overload relays
located in the electrical control panel.
The oven does not produce heat.
1- If the oven blowers are on:
• Make sure: the thermostat is adjusted to a
temperature high enough to turn on the pilot
light.
2- If the oven blowers are not on, check the
overload relays located in the control
compartment. If anyone of these is
disengaged, call for a qualified technician.
The rack does not rotate.
Check if the doors are well closed.
Check the doors and rack switches.
Check the belt of the rack.
Check the fuse of the gearbox.
A-10
Uneven baking.
Make sure that the grills do not obstruct the air
flow. Do not use foil on the grills.
Verify the temperature of the oven by using an
oven thermometer and make sure that it is even
with the thermostat setting.
If the oven is baking too much on the sides, it is
possible that the fan is not cycling properly.
Verify if the motor turns 2.5 minutes in a
direction, stops 30 seconds and starts for 2.5
minutes in the opposite direction.
If steam device of the oven does not work The oven must have been heating for at least
half an hour before you use the steam system. If
properly.
not, water will appear at the bottom of the oven.
Check if the water supply valve (of the
building) is open.
Check if the water needle valve (of the oven) is
open one eighth of a turn. Just close it and open
it one eighth of a turn maximum.
Check the solenoid valve.
Be sure to inject steam while the fan running.
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If the OVERHEAT WARNING light is on, Check if the cooling fan airflow is not
obstructed.
and you hear the warning buzzer.
Check the cooling fan if it is running. If not,
call a qualified technician to replace it.
(Electrical components may be damaged if it is
not repaired immediately.)
You have no more water in the principal water
OPTIONAL
pan.
Manual fill water pan.
The warning red light in the front control Check if the water line is not in air lock
condition. Disconnect the water line at the inlet
panel stays on when the water pan is full.
of the green solenoid valve and clean the
strainer filter.
Also clean the principal water pan and the float
switch.
1.Verify every breaker in front of the proofer.
If there is no light in the proofer.
2.Verify the main proofer switch and the main
proofer contactor.
1.Verify every breaker in front of the proofer.
If there is no heat in the proofer.
2.Verify whether the pilot light will function by
raising the thermostat to a higher setting. If yes,
verify element. If not, verify pilot light,
thermostat or contactors.
Verify whether the pilot light works when you
If there is no humidity in the proofer.
increase the humidity to the position high. If yes,
verify if water comes in the reservoir and check
the water level switch box and the float switch.
Verify if limestone obstructs the waterflow. If the
float switch is working fine, verify the contactor
P1 and the immersion element. If the pilot light
does not lite, verify the pilot light and the infinite
switch.
A-12
OVEN MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
MAINTENANCE OF THE OVEN
• Grease the bottom bearing monthly and the top flange bearing yearly, (see the dimension
section).
• Check the tension of the belt yearly.
• It is recommended to use a water filter and to clean or replace it regularly to avoid
accumulation of minerals inside the unit.
• Once a year or as needed, clean the reservoir of the proofer. (See parts description for
localization.)
Step by step
Recommendations
Clean the inside of the oven and the proofer We recommend and sell:
Dirt Buster III : Action foam cleaner
with water and soap.
CHEMCO
Take out the grills. (The grills of the oven Part number : NEB201
could be cleaned with "Easy-Off".)
After cleaning the inside of the oven, apply a We recommend and sell:
silicone base oven protector. It avoids food 316 Silicone base protector and lubricant for
oven
from sticking to the metal.
Dow Corning
Part number : EXS400
Clean the oven windows with products like We recommend and sell:
Brasso or equivalents. They are copper Wright's: Cream copper cleaner
J.A. Wright & Co.
cleaners but good for this use.
Part number : EXC300
Clean the oven exterior with a stainless steel We recommend and sell:
Stainless steel cleaner
cleaner.
SANY or CURTIS (comestible)
Part number : NES201
A13
AUTOMATIC STEAM OPTION
INTERVALS TIMES SETTING (GREEN)
INJECTION TIMES SETTING (RED)
INTERVALS MULTIPLICATOR SETTING
STEAM INJECTION MULTIPLICATOR SETTING
SCALE ADJUSTMENT
By pushing the GREEN button, the button will light up and the automatic system injection will
start. The injection will be done as per the pre-adjustment time on the automatic steam timer. The
standard steam timer (white light) will light up during the steam injection. Push the RED button
to stop the automatic steam injection and then, the GREEN button will turn off.
Timer adjustments
EXAMPLE : For 5 seconds of steam injection every 10 minutes : Set the interval multiplicator
screw (OFF) at MIN and the GREEN needle at 10. Set the injection multiplicator screw (ON) at
SEC and the RED needle at 5.
EXAMPLE : For 2 seconds of steam injection every 25 seconds : Set the interval multiplicator
screw (OFF) at SEC and the GREEN needle at 25. Set the injection multiplicator screw (ON) at
SEC and the RED needle at 2.
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WATLOW CONTROL OPERATION
1. Turn the switch to the " ON " position. (See next paragraph for the factory-preset program on your
watlow control.)
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The light inside the oven must light up.
2. Adjust the WATLOW control at the desired setting (see watlow programming procedure next
page).
Digital display must light up, if not, verify the breaker on the front panel.
3. Let the oven heat until the set temperature is reached, the LOAD1 red light on the watlow control
will go off when the temperature is stabilized.
4. Load the oven as fast as possible to avoid letting out too much heat.
5. Wait until the product is ready before opening doors.
FACTORY PRESET BAKING PROGRAM
MENU # 1 PREHEAT 400°F.
MENU # 2 375°F STEAM 15 SEC., COOKING TIMES 22 MINUTES WITH BUZZER.
MENU # 3 350°F STEAM 15 SEC., COOKING TIMES 25 MINUTES WITH BUZZER.
MENU # 4 325°F NO STEAM, COOKING TIMES 25 MINUTES WITH BUZZER.
325°F (Muffins)
350°F (Croissants, Sweet Doughs, Small rolls)
375oF (Baguette bread, round loaf, 16 oz. bread and more)
375oF (If the oven is filled to its capacity)
OPENING AND CLOSING OF THE DOORS
To open the doors: Open one of the doors up to 2" and wait 2 seconds to let the fan reduce its
spinning before opening completely.
To close the doors: Close the first door completely and the second door down to 2" and wait 2
seconds before closing completely and then hold the door closed for 2 seconds.
P.S.
Open the doors as little as possible. This will affect the baking.
POWER FAILURE
When the power comes back, the oven will start automatically on the menu #1. Then it is
recommended to turn off the oven to avoid that it starts without supervision.
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WATLOW PROGRAMMING
The Watlow temperature control can record 12 different menus. It must be programmed before use.
It will save its programs in case of power failure.
Each menu includes 3 "STEPS" and each step includes :
Symbol
• temperature
• time
• "EVENT"
SP
t
E
(steam 0001, auto steam 0100, buzzer 0010 or
no event 0000)
To access the programming mode :
• Press both arrows simultaneously for 5 seconds. Both lights light up to show that the
programming mode is working.
• Unlock the read only mode (if necessary), press 12 and "CLOCK", LOC appears. Use the arrows
to get 0 and press "CLOCK" again. (To put back on read only mode, you have to have 1 before
pressing on "CLOCK".)
EXAMPLE 1 (preheat program)
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For menu #1, we will program it so that we have a preheat time of 20 minutes at 400°F followed
by a 15 seconds buzzer.
Step #1
• Press both arrows simultaneously for 5 seconds.
programming mode is working.
• Select the program number (Ex : #1)
Both lights light up to show that the
Suggested values
SP1 appears.
Use the arrows to adjust to the desired temperature
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(400°F)
(ex. # 1)
t1 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired timing
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(20:00)
(ex. # 1)
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E1 appears
Use the arrows to select the appropriate code
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
Step #2
(0000 for no event)
(ex. # 1)
Suggested values
SP2 appears.
Use the arrows to adjust to the desired temperature
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(400°F)
(ex. # 1)
t2 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired timing
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(00:15)
(ex. # 1)
E2 appears
Use the arrows to select the appropriate code
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(0010 for buzzer)
(ex. # 1)
Step #3
Suggested values
SP3 appears.
Use the arrows to adjust to the desired temperature
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(400°F)
(ex. # 1)
t3 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired timing
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(00:01)
(ex. # 1)
E3 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired code
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(0000 for no event)
(ex. # 1)
To get out of the programming mode, press #12 and then press "CLOCK" twice (#12, CLOCK,
CLOCK). The screen will show 00:00.
Note: You should always use menu #1 for preheating because the controls starts automatically with
this menu.
WARNING
Never use program #1 for a steam cycle because it will start automatically when the oven is
turned on.
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EXAMPLE 2 (Cooking program with steam cycle)
-For menu #2, we will program it so that we have a steam injection of 20 seconds, a cooking time of
20 minutes at 375°F followed by a 15 seconds buzzer.
To access the programming mode:
• Press both arrows simultaneously for 5 seconds. Both lights light up to show that the
programming mode is working.
• Select the menu number (Ex. #2)
Step #1
Suggested values
SP1 appears.
Use the arrows to adjust to the desired temperature
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(375°F)
(ex. # 2)
t1 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired timing
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(00:20)
(ex. # 2)
E1 appears
Use the arrows to select the appropriate code
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(0001 for the steam)
(ex. # 2)
Step #2
Suggested values
SP2 appears.
Use the arrows to adjust to the desired temperature
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(375°F)
(ex. # 2)
t2 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired timing
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(20:00)
(ex. # 2)
E2 appears
Use the arrows to select the appropriate code
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(0000 for no event)
(ex. # 2)
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Step #3
Suggested values
SP3 appears.
Use the arrows to adjust to the desired temperature
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(375°F)
(ex. # 2)
t3 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired timing
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(00:15)
(ex. # 2)
E3 appears
Use the arrows to select the desired code
Press on the number of the menu to confirm
(0010 for the buzzer)
(ex. # 2)
To get out of the programming mode, press #12 and then press "CLOCK" twice (#12, CLOCK,
CLOCK). The screen will show 00:00.
After fulfillment of this program:
• The oven will continue to heat because there was a temperature included in step 3. If the
temperature at that step would have been of 0°F, the oven would have stopped at the end
of the program.
• In this example, the inside buzzer will work 15 seconds while the outside buzzer will start
and will not stop until another program is selected.
• If you want to end a program already running, press the button corresponding to that menu
and then choose a pause menu. If you stop a program that was running without choosing
another menu, it will be paused in the conditions in which it was stopped. Ex: If there is
an interruption during a steam cycle, it will keep running until you choose another menu.
However, there is a 45 seconds limit time for the steam, independent from the Watlow
controller.
E1
COMPONENT PARTS
E-2
E-2
E3
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Part Number
PAR800
PAR850
P2857E
QUE500
QUP320
QUP520
ELB096
ELB097
ELI402
ELI406
ELI220
ELI230
ELI240
ELT627
ELT628
ELT620
ELL650
P1430FG
QUE500
QUP465
P1430FD
ELM760
ELM616
ELM617
ELM618
ELM629
ELP401
ELI406
ELT515
ELT522
ELM726
ELM616
ELM629
ELP400
ELI406
QUA200
ELM728
ELM629
ELM726
ELL800
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ELL756
ELL645
22
ELL850
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ELL795
Description
SWIVEL CASTER
SWIVEL CASTER WITH BRAKE
PROOFER DOOR 28" X 57 1/4"
DOOR GASKET(15`)
DOOR HINGE
MAGNETIC HANDLE
5A BREAKER
20A BREAKER
BLACK SELECTOR 2 POS.
BASE WITH 1NO
INFINITY SWITCH 120V (HUMIDITY CONT.)
INFINITY SWITCH 240V (HUMIDITY CONT.)
INFINITY SWITCH KNOB
THERMOSTAT 110°F
THERMOSTAT KNOB 110°F
THERMOSTAT BEZEL
RED PILOT LIGHT
LEFT DOOR FOR OVEN 14 1/4" X 30 1/4"
DOOR GASKET(10`)
DOOR HANDLE STAINLESS TUBING
RIGHT DOOR FOR OVEN 14 1/4" X 30 1/4"
COOLING FAN 120VOLTS
ELECTRONIC TIMER
BLACK COVER FOR ELM616
FIXING FOR PANASONIC TIMER
ELECTRONIC TIMER 8 PIN SOCKET
BLACK PUSHBUTTON PUSH-IN PUSH-OUT
BASE WITH 1NO
ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT
THERMOCOUPLE J TYPE
FIXING FOR OMRON TIMER
ELECTRONIC TIMER
ELECTRONIC TIMER 8 PIN SOCKET
TEMPORARY BLACK PUSHBUTTON
BASE WITH 1NO
DOOR MAGNET
H3BF-8 OMRON CONTROL TIMER(AUTO. STEAM ONLY)
ELECTRONIC TIMER 8 PIN SOCKET(AUTO. STEAM ONLY)
FIXING FOR OMRON TIMER(AUTO. STEAM ONLY)
GREEN ILLUMINATED BUTTON FOR ELL756(AUTO.
STEAM ONLY)
PUSH BUTTON SOCKET (N.O.)(AUTO. STEAM ONLY)
MINIATURE LAMP 3 WATTS 130 VOLTS(AUTO. STEAM
ONLY)
RED ILLUMINATED BUTTON FOR ELL795(AUTO. STEAM
ONLY)
PUSH BUTTON LIGHT SOCKET WITH N.C.
CONTACT(AUTO. STEAM ONLY)
Quantity
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2
1
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3
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1
1
E-4
E-4
CAOP12
5
3
2
1
CAOP12
4
E5
Item Part Number
1
ELD050
AND
ELA350
2
ELS950
3
ELM570
4
ELT506
5
ELT503
AND
ELT507
Description
INCANDESCENT LIGHT SOCKET
HALOGEN BULB 100 WATTS 120V
BUZZER 120V
DOOR SWITCH
HIGH LIMIT THERMODISC (500°F)
HIGH LIMIT THERMODISC SWITCH 140°F
HIGH LIMIT THERMODISC SWITCH 110°F
Quantity
2
2
3
2
2
1
1
E-6
E-6
E7
Item Part Number
Description
1
QUF350
ELECTRIC FLOAT
2
ELD050
INCANDESCENT LIGHT SOCKET
AND
ELA275
BULB 60W 130V
3
ELC860
CONTACTOR 2P 30A 110V
4
ELC615
RELAY 10A 2P COIL 110V
AND
ELC617
BASE
5
ELM730
PROOFER FAN BLOWER
6
ELE130
COIL ELEMENT 120V 1500W
AND
ELE132
COIL ELEMENT 240V 1500W(50Hz)
7
ELS887
SOLENOID VALVE WITH DIN CONNECTION 110/120V
50/60HZ
8
ELE165
IMMERSION ELEMENT 120V 1500W
AND
ELE167
IMMERSION ELEMENT 240V 1500W(50Hz)
9
ELT712
TRANSFORMER 240/120 50VA(50Hz)
10
ELC630
CONTROL RELAY 12A COIL 120V
AND
ELC640
CONTROL RELAY BASE
11
ELT505
HIGH LIMIT TEMPERATURE 300°
Quantity
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
CAOP12
E-8
CAOP12
1
2
3
4
5
6
E-8
E9
Item
1
OR
2
OR
3
4
5
Part Number
Description
ELP830
CONTROL PANEL 240V 1PH DOUBLE
ELP840
CONTROL PANEL 208V 3PH DOUBLE
ELM800M
MOTOR .75HP 1PH 115/208-230V 60Hz/50Hz
ELM820M
MOTOR .75HP 3PH 208/230/460V 60Hz/50Hz
ELM765
GEARBOX MOTOR 1/8HP 1PH 115V
ELV590
NEEDLE VALVE
ELS887
SOLENOID VALVE WITH DIN CONNECTION 110/120V
50/60HZ
AND
ELS889
JUNCTION BOX FOR ELS887 AND ELS888
6
PLF100
WATER FILTER
Quantity
1
1
2
2
1
3
2
2
1
E-10
1
CAOP12
3
2
E-10
CAOP12
E11
Item Part Number
1
QUC610
2
QURB100
AND
QURB20
AND
QURB40
3
ELM400
Description
#4L78 78" BELT
FLANGE BEARING
BEARING #KL44610
BEARING #KL44643
ROLLER LEVER SWITCH
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
E-12
E-12
E13
Item Part Number
1
PAR800
AND
PAR850
2
P1428EG
AND QUE500
3
QUP465
4
QUA200
5
P1430FG
AND QUE500
6
QUP320
7
ELM760
8
ELT535
9
P1430FD
10
ELI402
AND
ELI406
11
ELB096
12
ELL650
13
ELT627
AND
ELT628
AND
ELT620
14
ELI220
OR
ELI230
AND
ELI240
15
ELB097
16
P1428ED
Description
SWIVEL CASTER
SWIVEL CASTER WITH BRAKE
LEFT DOOR FOR PROOFER 14 1/4"X28 3/4"
DOOR GASKET(10`)
DOOR HANDLE STAINLESS TUBING
DOOR MAGNET
LEFT DOOR FOR OVEN 14 1/4" X 30 1/4"
DOOR GASKET(10`)
DOOR HINGE
COOLING FAN 120VOLTS
BAKING CONTROL WATLOW
RIGHT DOOR FOR OVEN 14 1/4" X 30 1/4"
BLACK SELECTOR 2 POS.
BASE WITH 1NO
5A BREAKER
RED PILOT LIGHT
THERMOSTAT 110°F
THERMOSTAT KNOB 110°F
THERMOSTAT BEZEL
INFINITY SWITCH 120V (HUMIDITY CONT.)
INFINITY SWITCH 240V (HUMIDITY CONT.)
INFINITY SWITCH KNOB
20A BREAKER
RIGHT DOOR FOR PROOFER 14 1/4"X28 3/4"
Quantity
2
2
1
1
4
8
1
1
8
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
E-14
E-14
E15
Item Part Number
Description
1
ELE165
IMMERSION ELEMENT 120V 1500W
OR
ELE167
IMMERSION ELEMENT 240V 1500W
2
ELE130
COIL ELEMENT 120V 1500W
OR
ELE132
COIL ELEMENT 240V 1500W
3
ELM730
PROOFER FAN BLOWER
4
ELM570
DOOR SWITCH
5
ELS950
BUZZER 120V
6
ELF960
LITTLE-FUSE HOLDER 30A 300V
AND
ELF855
LITTLE-FUSE 1A 250V
7
ELC800
SOLID STATE RELAY (S.S.R.)
8
GAT100
TRANSFORMER 120/25V 20VA.
9
ELD050
INCANDESCENT LIGHT SOCKET
AND
ELA275
BULB 60W 130V
OR
ELA290
BULB 60W, 240 V
10
ELC615
RELAY 10A 2P COIL 110V
AND
ELC617
BASE
11
ELS887
SOLENOID VALVE WITH DIN CONNECTION 110/120V
50/60HZ
12
QUF350
ELECTRIC FLOAT
13
ELT503
HIGH LIMIT THERMODISC SWITCH 140°F
AND
ELT507
HIGH LIMIT THERMODISC SWITCH 110°F
14
ELC630
CONTROL RELAY 12A COIL 120V
AND
ELC640
CONTROL RELAY BASE
15
ELT505
HIGH LIMIT TEMPERATURE 300°
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
E-16
F1
CONTROL PANELS
G:\ACAD10\PANNEAU\CA\P240S1-C6.dft
2
3
4
5
1
6
16
15
7
14
13
8
9
12
11
10
SIMPLE CAOP6
240 VOLTS 1 PHASE
F3
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Part Number
ELB072
ELL050
ELC860
ELD060
ELC915
ELT705
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
AND
14
15
16
ELC660
ELC495
ELO125
ELO098
ELM715
ELB073
ELC630
ELC640
ELF960
ELF862
ELB125
Description
TERMINAL BLOCK 3P 175A
GROUND LUG
CONTACTOR 2P 30A 110V
BRIDGE RECTIFIER 1000V, 35A
CONTACTOR TELEMECHANICS #LC1D25G7
TRANSFORMER 120/240 A 12/24, 100VA WITH 24VAC
WATER SEL
RELAY 10A 120V, 2NO-2NF
MOTOR REVERSING CONTACTOR 2HP
OVERLOAD BASE RELAY TÉLÉMÉCANIQUE
OVERLOAD TELEMECANIQUE 2.5 TO 4 AMPS
PRESET TIMER 25SEC. OFF - 150SEC. ON
TERMINAL BLOCK 30A
CONTROL RELAY 12A COIL 120V
CONTROL RELAY BASE
LITTLE-FUSE HOLDER 30A 300V
LITTLE-FUSE 4A 250V MDL4
DOUBLE POLE BREAKER 8A
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
G:\ACAD10\PANNEAU\CA\P208S3-C6.dft
2
3
4
5
1
15
6
14
7
13
12
8
11
9
10
SIMPLE CAOP6
208 VOLTS 3 PHASES
F5
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Part Number
ELB071
ELL050
ELC860
ELD060
ELC915
ELT705
7
8
9
10
11
12
AND
13
14
15
ELC660
ELC495
ELO098
ELM715
ELB073
ELC630
ELC640
ELF960
ELF862
ELB121
Description
TERMINAL BLOCK 2P 175A 1PHASE
GROUND LUG
CONTACTOR 2P 30A 110V
BRIDGE RECTIFIER 1000V, 35A
CONTACTOR TELEMECHANICS #LC1D25G7
TRANSFORMER 120/240 A 12/24, 100VA WITH 24VAC
WATER SEL
RELAY 10A 120V, 2NO-2NF
MOTOR REVERSING CONTACTOR 2HP
OVERLOAD TELEMECANIQUE 2.5 TO 4 AMPS
PRESET TIMER 25SEC. OFF - 150SEC. ON
TERMINAL BLOCK 30A
CONTROL RELAY 12A COIL 120V
CONTROL RELAY BASE
LITTLE-FUSE HOLDER 30A 300V
LITTLE-FUSE 4A 250V MDL4
TRIPLE POLE BREAKER 8A
Quantity
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
8
9
10
220 VOLTS
1 PHASE
SIMPLE CA6
7
11
X4 X2 X3 X1
P240S−C7
1
2
16
3
4
5
15
14
13
6
12
H1 H3 H2 H4
F7
Item
1
2
3
Part Number
ELB072
ELL050
ELC908
ELC909
4
ELC630
AND
ELC640
5
ELC660
6
ELC495
ELC505B
7
ELO125
8
ELO098
8
ELO098
9
ELM715
10
ELT705
11
ELB073
12
ELD060
13
ELF970
14
ELF820
15
ELF960
AND
ELF862
16
ELT711
Description
TERMINAL BLOCK 3P 175A
GROUND LUG
HEATING CONTACTOR
HEATING CONTACTOR, COIL (ONLY)
CONTROL RELAY 12A COIL 120V
CONTROL RELAY BASE
RELAY 10A 120V, 2NO-2NF
MOTOR REVERSING CONTACTOR 2HP
CONTACTOR COIL (ONLY)
OVERLOAD BASE RELAY
OVERLOAD TELEMECANIQUE 2.5 TO 4 AMPS
OVERLOAD 2.5 - 4 Amps.
PRESET TIMER 25SEC. OFF - 150SEC. ON
TRANSFORMER 120/240 A 12/24, 100VA
TERMINAL BLOCK 30A
BRIDGE RECTIFIER 1000V, 35A
FUSE HOLDER 30A 250V 2P
FUSE 8A 250V
LITTLE-FUSE HOLDER 30A 300V
LITTLE-FUSE 3A
TRANSFORMER 120/240 TO 120/240, 350VA 50 Hz
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
1
2
1
1
1
12
11
G:\ACAD10\PANNEAU\CA\P240S-C6W.dft
2
3
4
5
1
6
17
16
7
15
8
14
13
9
10
SIMPLE CAOP6 WATLOW
240 VOLTS 1 PHASE
F9
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Part Number
ELB072
ELL050
ELC860
ELD060
ELC915
ELT705
7
8
9
10
11
12
AND
13
14
AND
15
16
17
ELC660
ELC495
ELO125
ELO098
ELM715
ELM720
ELM729
ELB073
ELC630
ELC640
ELF960
ELF862
ELB125
Description
TERMINAL BLOCK 3P 175A
GROUND LUG
CONTACTOR 2P 30A 110V
BRIDGE RECTIFIER 1000V, 35A
CONTACTOR TELEMECHANICS #LC1D25G7
TRANSFORMER 120/240 A 12/24, 100VA WITH 24VAC
WATER SEL
RELAY 10A 120V, 2NO-2NF
MOTOR REVERSING CONTACTOR 2HP
OVERLOAD BASE RELAY TÉLÉMÉCANIQUE
OVERLOAD TELEMECANIQUE 2.5 TO 4 AMPS
PRESET TIMER 25SEC. OFF - 150SEC. ON
OMRON CONTROL TIMER (11 PIN) H3CR
11 PIN BASE
TERMINAL BLOCK 30A
CONTROL RELAY 12A COIL 120V
CONTROL RELAY BASE
LITTLE-FUSE HOLDER 30A 300V
LITTLE-FUSE 4A 250V MDL4
DOUBLE POLE BREAKER 8A
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
3
3
1
1
1
G11
LIMITED WARRANTY
(Continental United States Of America And
Canada Only)
Doyon Equipment Inc. guarantees to the original purchaser only that its product
are free of defects in material and workmanship, under normal use.
This warranty does not cover any light bulbs, thermostat calibration or defects due
to or resulting from handling, abuse, misuse, nor shall it extend to any unit from
which the serial number has been removed or altered, or modifications made by
unauthorized service personnel or damage by flood, fire or other acts of God. Nor
will this warranty apply as regards to the immersion element damaged by hard
water.
The extent of the manufacturer’s obligation under this warranty shall be limited to
the replacement or repair of defective parts within the warranty period. The
decision of the acceptance of the warranty will be made by Doyon Equipment
service department, which decision will be final.
The purchaser is responsible for having the equipment properly installed, operated
under normal conditions with proper supervision and to perform periodic
preventive maintenance.
If any parts are proven defective during the period of one year from date of
purchase, Doyon Equipment Inc. hereby guarantees to replace, without charge,
F.O.B. Linière, Quebec, Canada, such part or parts.
Doyon Equipment Inc will pay the reasonable labor charges in connection with
the replacement parts occurring within one year from purchase date. Travel over
50 miles, holiday or overtime charges are not covered. After one year from
purchase date, all labor and transportation charges in connection with replacement
parts will be the purchaser’s responsibility.
Doyon Equipment Inc. does hereby exclude and shall not be liable to purchaser
for any consequential or incidental damages including, but not limited to, damages
to property, damages for loss of use, loss of time, loss of profits or income,
resulting from any breach or warranty.
In no case, shall this warranty apply outside Canada and continental United States
unless the purchaser has a written agreement from Doyon Equipment Inc.
ÉQUIPEMENT DOYON INC.
1255, rue Principale
Linière, Qc, Canada G0M 1J0
Tel.: 1 (418) 685-3431
Canada: 1 (800) 463-1636
US: 1 (800) 463-4273
FAX: 1 (418) 685-3948
Internet: http://www.doyon.qc.ca
e-mail: doyon@doyon.qc.ca
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