Operating instructions | APW Wyott M2000 Toaster User Manual

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INSTALLATION
AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CONTACT BUN TOASTER
INTENDED FOR OTHER
THAN HOUSEHOLD USE
Model:
M2000
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
APPLIANCE MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF COMBUSTIBLES AT ALL TIMES
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FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
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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.
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Initial heating of appliance may generate smoke or fumes and must be done in a well ventilated area.
Overexposure to smoke or fumes may cause nausea or dizziness.
This equipment has been engineered to provide you with year-round dependable service when used
according to the instructions in this manual and standard commercial kitchen practices.
ANSI/NSF4
P/N 70202003 10/06
Phone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
Website:
E-mail:
+1 (214) 421-7366
+1 (214) 565-0976
+1 (800) 527-2100
www.apwwyott.com
info@apwwyott.com
(800) 733-2203
24 Hour Service Hotline
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APW WYOTT
729 Third Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Precautions
General Information
Installation
Location
Operating Instructions
Cleaning
Troubleshooting Guide
Replacement Parts List w/Exploded View
Wiring Diagram
Warranty
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WARNING: In Europe, appliance must be connected by an earthing cable to all other units
in the complete installation and thence to an independent earth connection in compliance
with EN 60335-1 and/or local codes
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WARNING: An earthing cable must connect the appliance to all other units in the complete
installation and from there to an independent earth connection.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
APW Wyott toasters are designed, built, and sold for commercial use and should be operated by trained
personnel only. Clearly post all CAUTIONS, WARNINGS and operating instructions near each unit to
insure proper operation and to reduce the chance of personal injury and/or equipment damage.
Always disconnect power before cleaning or servicing the toaster. Surfaces will remain hot after power has
been turned off, allow unit to cool before cleaning or servicing. Never clean the toaster by immersing it in
water. The toaster is not protected against water jets; DO NOT CLEAN TOASTER WITH A WATER JET.
Always clean equipment before first use.
Operating toaster without legs will void the warranty. Insure all accessories and exterior panels are properly
installed and adjusted before applying power and operating.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Check the rating label for your model designation and electrical rating. Rating Label is located on the
bottom front of the control panel.
Overall dimensions with feeder: 23.5"(59.7cm) W x 25.9"(65.8cm) H x 17.5"(44.5cm) D
Electrical Ratings:
M2KA: 208VAC, 2880W, 13.8A, 60Hz
M2KH: 240VAC, 3840W, 16A, 60Hz
Cordset Configuration:
208/250V: NEMA 6-20P Plug, 4 foot, 3 wire grounded cord.
If the supply cord is damaged, the manufacturer or an authorized service agent or a similarly qualified
person must replace it to avoid a hazard or warranty.
Shipping Weight:
94 lbs (42.7 Kg)
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INSTALLATION
1.
Examine carton for damage
The freight carrier has assumed responsibility for its safe transit and delivery. If equipment is
received damaged, either apparent or concealed, a claim must be made with delivering carrier.
a. Apparent damage or loss must be noted on the freight bill at the time of delivery.
The carrier representative (Driver) must sign the freight bill. If this is not done, the
carrier may refuse the claim. The carrier can supply the necessary forms.
b. Concealed damage or loss if not apparent until after the toaster is removed from
carton, a request for inspection must be made to the carrier within 15 days. The carrier
should arrange an inspection. Be sure to save all contents and packaging material.
2.
Verify Parts
After removing unit from the shipping carton, unwrapping loose parts and remove any packing tape,
plastic wrap and nylon tie-down. Verify the following parts:
Item
Legs
Feeder/Bun Chute
Conveyor
Instruction Manual
Teflon Sheet Kit (optional)
Packaging
In plastic bag
Wrapped, loose in top of carton
In individual carton
Loose in carton
Loose in carton
Qty
4
1
1
1
Optional
NOTE: PRIOR TO INITIAL START-UP, ALL REMOVABLE PARTS AND THE GRILL SURFACE SHOULD
BE CLEANED WITH WARM SOAPY WATER TO REMOVE MANUFACTURING OILS, THEN RINSED
AND DRIED THOROUGHLY. Apply oil (vegetable oil) to the conveyor chain after washing. (Bun oil can be
used if it contains no animal fats, salts or dairy products).
3.
Assemble Legs
Lay the toaster on its back and install the four adjustable legs into the threaded holes on the bottom
of the toaster sides. Hand tighten the legs by gripping the black shank and turning until it is seated
firmly against the bottom of the toaster. Set the toaster upright on a flat surface. Unscrewing the
lower, chrome insert of each leg levels the unit. Flats are provided on two sides of the insert to allow
use of a wrench. “Precise” leveling is not required for proper operation.
4.
Conveyor Installation
Remove the front panel by lifting it
straight up. (See Figure 1) Lift
conveyor assembly by using “U”
shaped handles on each conveyor
side bracket. Lower the conveyor
into the two conveyor hanger
brackets above the grill plate on
each side, so the four spacers on
the sides of the conveyor rest on
the bottom flange and the bottom
spacers are against the adjustment
screws. The conveyor hanger
brackets are factory adjusted.
However, before reinstalling the
front panels apply power to the unit
and run the conveyor to insure
proper gear engagement. If gears
are not properly engaged, adjust
the conveyor by loosening the jam
nuts on the conveyor hanger
brackets and adjusting the screw
(see Figure 2) to set the conveyor to
the correct height. Retighten lock
nuts after adjustment is complete.
FIGURE 1. M2000 ASSEMBLY DRAWING
Butter Roller
Feeder
Top Front Panel
Butter Pan
Conveyor
Hanger
Bottom
Front
Panel
Conveyor
Assembly
3
Main Power
Switch
a. To adjust the conveyor up into the drive gear, turn the conveyor adjustment screw
clockwise. Use a 7/16-end wrench to tighten the jam nut.
b. To adjust the conveyor away from the drive gear, turn the conveyor adjustment screw
counterclockwise. Use a 7/16-end wrench to tighten the lock nut.
5.
Replace front panel.
6.
Feeder Assembly
FIGURE 2
Install Feeder by fitting slots on back of feeder
onto back panel studs located at top rear of
unit.
7.
Install Teflon Sheet (Optional)
Remove Feeder. Allow one end of the Teflon
sheet to overlap the top of the rear panel to
the rear studs. Align the holes in the sheet
with the stud heads and push the sheet over
the stud heads. Balance of the sheet will fit
over the grill surface. Reinstall Feeder
c a p t u r i n g Te f l o n S h e e t b e t w e e n
the feeder and the top of the toaster.
Jam Nut
Screw
LOCATION
Place the toaster on a flat surface. This toaster is tested and approved for zero clearances against nonheated surfaces. Locate the toaster near a wall receptacle of the proper configuration. DO NOT USE AN
EXTENSION CORD. Plug the power cord into an outlet (receptacle) of the specified voltage on the rating
label. Outlets must be properly grounded.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Choose Dry or Wet operation.
1.
2.
Dry operation. (no oil) Insure Teflon sheet, 86298 is properly installed.
a. Turn Main Power Switch on. Set Temperature Control knob to desired temperature. Allow Pilot
Light to cycle at least two times (on/off). When the light is on, the grill is heating. Heat up time is
about 15-20 minutes.
b. Turn on motor switch. Conveyor should start to turn.
c. Place bun halves on feeder cut side down (facing grill surface). Toast time is approximately 210
sec. depending on bun height and diameter. Increase or decrease temperature setting to
achieve desired brownness and temperature.
Wet operation. (using oil) Apply a light coating of oil to grill surface. (Fry oil can be used) When
toasting using oil, any high-quality cooking oil may be used with this toaster (do not use oils that
contain dairy products such as butter). The Teflon sheet may be used, but it is not required. Fill the
Butter Pan 2/3 full of warmed cooking oil. The oil should spread evenly over the surface of the roller.
a. Turn Main Power Switch on. Set Temperature Control knob to desired temperature. Allow Pilot
Light to cycle at least two times (on/off). When the light is on, the grill is heating. Heat up time is
about 15-20 minutes.
b. Turn on motor switch. Conveyor should start to turn.
c. Hold bun half in the palm of the hand, slap the face (cut side) of the bun on the turning Butter
Roller surface.
d. Place bun halves on feeder cut side down (facing grill surface). Try several buns to determine
the correct pressure and time to achieve the desired browning and temperature of bun. Using
too little oil will cause the bun surface to be cool and uneven in color. It will also cause the bun to
stick to the grill. Using too much oil will give the bun a yellow un-toasted look. Toast time is
approximately 22 sec. depending on bun height and diameter. Increase or decrease the
temperature setting to achieve desired brownness and temperature.
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NOTE:
Should the temperature setting be changed, allow several cycles for the grill plate to adjust.
Once the desired setting has been achieved, note the temperature and keep it set there.
CLEANING
WARNING: Make sure the toaster is in the off position and has been off at least 15 – 30 minutes. Do
not attempt this cleaning procedure if the toaster components are too hot to touch.
Never spray water on the toaster or controls. Damage to the toaster as well as injury could occur.
Severe injury and burns may occur if you do not follow this instruction sheet.
DISASSEMBLY
Turn off main power switch and conveyor switch. Disconnect the power supply cord from the wall outlet. The
toaster will be hot when turned off. Allow the toaster to cool for at least 15 – 30 minutes before handling. USE
CAUTION during disassembly and cleaning. Grasp the left side of the Butter Roller shaft. Lift up and to the
left to remove from drive assembly. Remove the Butter Pan. Remove the Top and Bottom Front Panels.
Daily Parts Cleaning:
The Feeder, and Top and Bottom Front Panel can be placed in a dishwasher or sink and washed with
detergent and warm water.
Daily Conveyor Cleaning:
NOTE: Do not use any chloride or chlorine -based products to clean or rinse toaster or toaster parts.
Conveyor may be hot and is heavy, use caution when lifting and removing. Remove the conveyor
assembly by gripping the two handles at the top and lifting forward until it clears the gears. Lift it up and out
gently placing it in a sink with the drain stopped, or in a suitable container to soak over night. Conveyor can
be placed in the sink or container while warm. Use caution when handling a hot conveyor. The soak
solution is a mix of 10 parts hot water (120ºF or more) to 1 part (minimum) “INSIDE OUT” brand 3-IN-1. Fill
the sink or suitable container with the solution, to completely cover the conveyor by approximately one inch.
Allow the conveyor to soak in the solution over night. Remove the conveyor from the solution. Use a stiff
non- metal brush or plastic pad to remove residual bun oil. Insure the chains are clean and free from debris.
Use a brush to remove any soil or debris remaining on the chain. Rinse conveyor with plain hot water and
allow to drain. Clean and sanitize sink or container after over night use!
Re-Assembly
Before assembling the conveyor check the following: Fasteners on the Conveyor Assembly hardware
should be tight with no signs of wear. Conveyor shaft gear and the Motor Shaft gear are tight. Hanger
Bracket screws are tight and the brackets have not shifted during use.
Lubricate both chains thoroughly with vegetable oil. Bun oil may be used if it contains no animal fats, salts or
dairy products. Note: Chain Lubrication is critical to chain life. Oil the chain daily. Gently replace
conveyor into toaster. Replace all removed toaster parts. Plug power supply cord into wall outlet. Turn main
power switch on. Turn conveyor switch on.
Last Important Note: The conveyor must stay clean to optimize speed and bun temperature. Keep
conveyor looking new.
Daily Griddle Cleaning:
Dry Operation: Wipe off the Teflon sheet with a damp cloth to remove any debris or particles that have
collected on the sheet. If the sheet is worn, replace it with a new sheet.
Wet Operation: It is not necessary to completely remove residue, as long as the grill surface is smooth and
free of burned on bread that may cause buns to stick.
Tools needed for cleaning:
•Scotch-BriteTM Quick Clean Small Appliance Cleaner No. 702 or Equivalent
TM
•Scotch-Brite Multi-Purpose Pad Holder No. 405 or Equivalent
TM
•Scotch-Brite Squeegee No. 410 or Equivalent
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TM
•Scotch-Brite Griddle Polishing Pad No. 46 or Scotch-Brite™ General Purpose scrubbing Pad
number 9650 or Equivalent
Also needed:
•(Wet) terry towel
•Catch pan for food soil
•Common kitchen scraper
NOTE: Do not use a Grill Screen or Grill Brick to clean grill plate on the M-2000 Toaster.
If Teflon sheet is installed remove it when Bun Grill Toaster is cool. Set the toaster temperature to 350°F.
Scrape loose food particles with scraper into a pan under grill plate.
TM
Squeeze 1 to 2 ounces of Scotch-Brite Quick Clean Small Appliance Cleaner No. 702 or equivalent into
measuring reservoir of bottle. Pour cleaner onto pad. Do not pour directly onto grill surface.
TM
TM
Scour using Scotch-Brite Multi-Purpose Pad Holder No. 405 or equivalent, and Scotch-Brite
Griddle Polishing Pad No. 46 (or 9650). (See Figure 3)
After scouring, Squeegee the surface clean with the Scotch-Brite TM Squeegee No..410 (See Figure 4)
Turn off Bun Grill Toaster and wipe surface with clean wet towel. If the surface is still hot, use the ScotchBrite TM Multi Purpose Pad Holder to move the towel over the surface. (See Figure 5)
Dry the grill thoroughly. Coat the grill plate with a light film of cooking oil. See Figure 6)
Rinse all cleaning tools with hot water. (See Figure 7)
Wipe down all external stainless steel surfaces with a damp cloth.
RE-ASSEMBLY
Before assembling the conveyor check the following: Fasteners on the Conveyor Assembly hardware
should be tight with no signs of wear. Conveyor Shaft Gear and Motor Shaft Gear are tight. Hanger Bracket
Screws are tight and the brackets have not shifted during use.
FIGURE 3
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 5
FIGURE 7
FIGURE 6
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Always ask and check the following:
1.
Is the unit connected to a live power source of the proper voltage?
2.
Check the circuit breaker.
3.
Is power switch “ON” and pilot light glowing?
4.
Check the rating label. Is the unit connected to the correct power source?
If the above checks out, and you still have problems, call an APW Wyott authorized service agent.
APW SERVICE HOT LINE 1-800-733-2203
PROBLEM
PROBLEM
Buns wont toast
Buns toast unevenly
Buns stick to grill
No power
Conveyor will not turn (Motor
turns)
CAUSE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
SOLUTION
Wrong temperature setting
Increase temperature setting
and allow two cycles to warm
up.
Excessive cupping of bun
surface
Buns may be stale. Try fresher
buns
Excessive cupping of bun
surface
Conveyor pressure too light
Teflon sheet worn.
Buns may be stale. Try fresher
buns
Adjust conveyor tension
Replace Teflon sheet
Doughy buns or excessive
sugar and moisture, plus grill
temperature too high.
Reduce grill temperature
Allow buns to age.
Build up on Grill Surface
No power at the wall
receptacle
Power cord disconnected
Main switch
Clean Grill per instructions
Check circuit breaker or fuse
Drive gears not engaged
Gear set screws not tight
7
Check plug at receptacle
Check that switch is ON and
operative
Check gear alignment and
engagement
Check screws and tighten if
required
PARTS LIST w/EXPLODED VIEW
EXPLODED VIEW
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PARTS LIST
ITEM
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70*
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PART NUMBER
86235
86219 P
86204
86234
86206
86207
86491
86490
86233
84159
83733
86261
86260
86259
86243
86210
86211
85033
85032
84153
84195
84179
86265
83050
86221P
84109
85197
85108
89408
63012
89491
86295
34236
34237
86208
86281
86477
69147
69146
86202
85173
89111
60113
85640
85284
86320
88705
86280
85285
86268
84127
86253
86255
86282
86256
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
W/ASS'Y, LEFT SIDE PANEL
ELEMENT, GRILL 208/240V
PLATE, MOTOR MOUNTING
W/ASS'Y, RIGHT SIDE PANEL
PANEL, BOTTOM
PANEL, BACK
RIGHT HAND HANGER ARM
LEFT HAND HANGER ARM
ANGLE, GRILL PLATE
SUPPORT, LEFT SIDE SHAFT
ROD, FRONT AND TOP
PANEL, BOTTOM FRONT
PANEL, TOP FRONT
SHIELD, FRONT GRILL
PANEL, POLY
PANEL, LEFT SIDE OUTER
PANEL, RIGHT SIDE OUTER
13 TOOTH CONVEYOR DRIVE GEAR
19 TOOTH MOTOR DRIVE GEAR
PLATE, MOTOR MOUNTING
S/ASS'Y BUTTER ROLL SHAFT
PAN, BUTTER W/NOTCH
W/ASSY, SUPERFEEDER
S/ASS'Y BUTTER ROLL DRIVE COUPLING
ELEMENT, GRILL 120V
MOTOR, 208/230V 60HZ 4.6RPM CONVEYOR
MOTOR, 208/230V 60HZ 25RPM B/R
BLADE, FAN
SWITCH, LIGHTED ROCKER
S/Ai PILOT LIGHT AMBER
SWITCH, LIGHTED ROCKER
LEG, 4"-BLACK
TERMINAL BLOCK END MTG
TERMINAL BLOCK .250 MALE
PANEL, CONTROL
RHEOSTAT 1K OHM
BRACKET, PANEL MOUNTING CONTROL BOARD
PAD, THERMAL FOR SSR 69146 (TEXT)
RELAY,SLD ST 50A 280V OUT,3-32VDC IN (TEXT)
COVER, INSULATION
CYLINDER, BUTTER ROLLER
BUSHING, STRAIN RELIEF SR-7
INSULATION, 21X19X1
CORDSET, 14/3 600V .440 HSJO 620P
FAN, COOLING 4.5" 105CFM 208/230V
SOLID STATE THERMOSTAT CONTROL
KNOB 039-266 8A BLACK
PROBE, "K" THERMOCOUPLE
ASSY, FAN CORD(FAN CORD 85283)
S/ASS'Y, INNER CONVEYOR FR
CONVEYOR ASSY
RACK, BOTTOM WIRE
BRACKET, FIXED THERMOSTAT
THERMOSTAT, FIXED HI-LIMIT
BRACKET, CAPILARY
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Please complete this information and retain this manual for the life of the equipment. For
Warranty Service and/or Parts, this information is required.
Model Number
Serial Number
Notes:
11
Date Purchased
12
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