Delfield Production Centers: Pasta Station Service, Installation and Operations Manual

Delfield Production Centers: Pasta Station Service, Installation and Operations Manual
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Production Centers: Pasta Station
Service, Installation and Operations Manual
Please read this manual completely before attempting to install or operate this equipment! Notify carrier
of damage! Inspect all components immediately. See page 2.
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Production Center Pasta Station, Service, Installation And Operations Manual
Contents
Serial Number............................................................................. 2
Receiving & Inspecting the Equipment...................................... 2
Specifications.............................................................................. 3
Installation................................................................................... 4
Serial Number Information
The serial number location is behind the right louvered door,
on the left side wall.
Always have the serial number of your unit available when
calling for parts or service.
Operation..................................................................................... 5
Maintenance.............................................................................6-7
Replacement Parts...................................................................7-8
Wiring Diagram........................................................................... 9
Removing An Induction Cooker...........................................10-11
Installing An Induction Cooker ...........................................12-14
The serial number location is behind the
right louvered door, on the left side wall
Warranty....................................................................................15
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Refer to the Multilingual Inducs Cooker manual for operation,
maintenance and service instructions.
Receiving & Inspecting The Equipment Regulatory Certifications
Even though most equipment is shipped crated, care should
be taken during unloading so the equipment is not damaged
while being moved into the building.
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)
1. Visually inspect the exterior of the package and skid or
container. Any damage should be noted and reported to
the delivering carrier immediately.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
2. If damaged, open and inspect the contents with the
carrier.
3. In the event that the exterior is not damaged, yet upon
opening, there is concealed damage to the equipment
notify the carrier. Notification should be made verbally as
well as in written form.
4. Request an inspection by the shipping company of the
damaged equipment. This should be done within 10 days
from receipt of the equipment.
5. Be certain to check the compressor compartment housing
and visually inspect the refrigeration package. Be sure
lines are secure and base is still intact.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC)
Industry Canada Interference-Causing Equipment
Standard (ICES)
This ISM device complies with Canadian ICES001.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
6. Freight carriers can supply the necessary damage forms
upon request.
7. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been
made or waived.
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Specifications
6ft Flexible Supply Line Provided with 3/4”
Female Garden Hose Thread (FGHT)
Cold Pan Drain: 1” PVC
Pasta/Sauce Drain & Overflow Combined:
1” Rigid Copper
8ft waterproof conduit and
straight connector supplied with
wire required for field connection.
Wire to extend 6” beyond conduit.
93.00”
236cm
27.50”
70cm
A
B
B
C
D
E
C
B
B
39.00”
99cm
10.00”
25cm
A– Self Contained Liquitec Cold Pan
B– Wok Style Induction Cooker
C– Pasta Rethermalizer
D– Sauce Warmer, sized for 1/3 pan
E– Utility Bin, sized for 1/3 pan
Plan View
Louvered Panel Each Side with
Removable Filter(1) For Woks
38.00”
97cm
44.00”
112cm
36.00”
91cm
1/2HP
Compressor
Self Contained
Refrigerated Base
All Drain & Supply
Line Valves
Breaker panel
behind door
Front Elevation View
Side View
Wall Tether Provided
Access To Drain Connections
Rail Drain 1” PVC
Water Supply Connection
6’ Flexible Hose Provided
Pasta & Sauce Well Drain 1” Copper
(2) Exhaust Fans on Each Side
Rear Elevation View
For information on induction cook tops, please refer to Garland’s operations manual.
Specifications
Model
1/6 Size Pan
Cap. In Rail
Full Size Pan Cap.
In Drawers*
# of Installed
Induction Woks
h.p.
V-Hz-Ph
Amps
Ship Weight
14
6
4
1/2
120/208-60-3
84
1,255lbs/569kg
F18RC93-BPL
* Adapter bars for drawers provided
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Installation
Electrical connection
Location
This unit is intended for indoor use only. Be sure the
location chosen has a floor strong enough to support the
total weight of the cabinet and contents. A fully loaded
model may weigh as much as 1,500 pounds! Reinforce the
floor as necessary to provide for maximum loading.
Refer to the amperage data on pages 3, the serial tag, your
local code or the National Electrical Code to be sure the unit is
connected to the proper power source. A protected circuit of
the correct voltage and amperage must be run for permanent
connection of the unit.
It is very important to allow for proper air flow, both inside
and outside.
The breaker must be turned to OFF and the unit
disconnected from the power source whenever
performing service or maintenance functions.
Avoid hot corners and locations near stoves, ovens and
other pieces of cooking equipment.
Do not install the unit near any combustible
material or object affected by heat or moisture.
Leveling
A level cabinet looks better and will perform better because
the drain pan will drain properly, the doors will line up with
the frames properly and the cabinet will not be subject to
undue strain. The front casters are adjustable.
Tether Installation
Tether must be securely fastened to the unit and the wall
behind the unit. Tether must be shorter than the electrical
whip to prevent the electrical connection from being pulled
from the wall.
1. Find the pre-drilled hole in the front leg rail on the
breaker panel side. Attach the quick link on one end of
the cable to the leg rail.
*Note – the cable must be attached to the FRONT leg
rail
Plumbing
The LiquiTec rail drain (1” PVC) will be plumbed to the machine
compartment. The hot well drain (1” rigid copper) will also exit
the rear of the machine compartment.
Unit is supplied with a 3/4” flexible garden
hose fresh water connection.
CAUTION
Moisture collecting from improper drainage can
create a slippery surface on the floor and a hazard
to employees. It is the owner’s responsibility to
provide a container or outlet for drainage.
2. Anchor the provided stainless steel bracket securely to
the wall.
3. Attach the opposite end of the cable using the quick
link.
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Operation
Liquitec Rail
Refrigerator Evaporator Fan Operation
LiquiTec cold pans are adjusted at the factory to provide satisfactory
operation without any further adjustments. However, if it is necessary
to adjust the temperature, the control is located in the machine
compartment. Turn the knob clockwise as indicated on the control.
Settings are from 1 through 9; 9 being the coldest. Adjustments
should be made gradually. Several small adjustments will be more
effective than one large adjustment. It may take an hour or longer
to realize the temperature change depending on the application and
location of the unit.
When the base or rail is initially powered up or immediately following
a power outage the unit will begin cooling after a 3-6 minute delay.
During normal operation the evaporator fan pulses independently of
the compressor as dictated by the controller as follows:
These units are not designed to cool warm food products. Items
should be placed in the unit pre-cooled at least to the desired holding
temperature, if not slightly colder. In some applications, a gradual
warming of product may occur, particularly at the exposed top of
the product. Stirring or rotation of the product may be necessary to
maintain overall temperature. Warming of food product can occur
very quickly outside of the unit. When loading or rotating the product,
avoid leaving food items in a non-refrigerated location for any length
of time to prevent warming or spoilage.
The unit has an ON/OFF switch located behind the right louvered door.
Turn the unit ON an hour prior to use to allow for ample cool down
time.
To ensure product quality in the rail it is recommended that product be
rotated every four hours. Product in the rail should be removed and
placed in the refrigerated base at the end of the day. This allows you to
turn the rail off at night. The LiquiTec rail is required to be shut off at
night to allow for defrosting.
Temperature in the refrigerated rail opening is 33°F to 41°F with pans
flush with the LiquiTec option at 86°F ambient room temperature.
The cold pan is not intended to be used with ice.
Keep in mind the location of the refrigeration lines
on wrapped rail units. A refrigeration leak in a rail is
extremely difficult and costly to repair. In some cases
it cannot be repaired at all.
Refrigerated Base
Delfield refrigerated bases are designed to maintain an operational
temperature of 33°F to 40°F. It is adjusted at the factory to provide
satisfactory operation without any further adjustments. However, if
it is necessary to adjust the temperature, the control is located in
the machine compartment. Turn the knob clockwise as indicated
on the control. Settings are from 1 through 9; 9 being the coldest.
Adjustments should be made gradually. Several small adjustments
will be more effective than one large adjustment. It may take an
hour or longer to realize the temperature change depending on the
application and location of the unit.
1.
During the cooling mode, compressor and evaporator fan run
simultaneously.
2.
During the compressor off mode, evaporator fan pulses three
minutes on and three minutes off.
3.
During an actual defrost event other than the off-cycle defrost,
compressor stays off but the evaporator fan runs continuously.
Cooling Cycle
Compressor On
Evap Fan
On
Evap Fan
Off
Defrost Cycle
Compressor Off
Evap Fan
On
Evap Fan
Off
Cycles On 3-Min, Off
3-Min
X
Compressor Off
Evap Fan
On
Evap Fan
Off
X
Hot Food Wells
These units must be operated with water in the well. If operated dry, a
low water safety switch will interrupt the electric supply to the heater
to prevent heater failure. If the low water safety switch shuts off
power, turn the control to the OFF position. If the water level is below
the heating element, allow the well to cool completely, then refill with
water. Reactivate the well by turning the control ON and resetting to
the previous temperature.
Continuous interruption of power due to a low water level may disable
the heater permanently.
Turn the hot food wells OFF before draining the water. Draining the
water when the wells are ON can result in premature heater failure.
Pouring water on a hot heating element will damage it.
WARNING
Please refer to Boston Pizza Inc. operations guide for
information pertaining to:
• The proper flow rate of the water supply.
• Adjustments to the metering valve supplied for the
narrow hot well
Do not place hot pans on/against the blue ABS liner. Do
not throw items into the storage area. Failure to heed
these recommendations could result in damage to the
interior of the cabinet or to the blower coil.
Overloading the storage area, restricting the air flow
and continuous opening and closing of the doors and
drawers will hamper the units ability to maintain
operational temperature.
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Maintenance
Gasket Maintenance
Gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and mildew build up
and also to retain the elasticity of the gasket. Gasket cleaning can be
done with the use of warm soapy water. Avoid full strength cleaning
products on gaskets as this can cause them to become brittle and
crack. Never use sharp tools or knives to scrape or clean the gasket.
Gaskets can be easily replaced and do not require the use of tools or
an authorized service person. The gaskets are “Dart” style and can be
pulled out of the groove in the door and new gaskets can be “pressed”
back into place.
Drain Maintenance - Base
Each unit has a drain located inside the unit that removes the
condensation from the evaporator coil and routes it to an external
condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can become loose or
disconnected during normal use. If you notice water accumulation
on the inside of the unit be sure the drain tube is connected to the
evaporator drain pan. If water is collecting underneath the unit make
sure the end of the drain tube is in the condensate evaporator in the
machine compartment. The leveling of the unit is important as the
units are designed to drain properly when level. Be sure all drain lines
are free of obstructions.
Drawer Maintenance
Drawer Assembly Cleaning
The drawer assembly is designed to be cleaned easily. Both drawer and
tracks are removable without tools. The drawer tracks are dishwasher
safe or can be cleaned in a sink with detergents and a soft bristle
brush. Drawers and tracks should be cleaned on a weekly basis.
Remove Drawers
Pull the drawer box out until it stops. Lift up on the drawer front and
pull the drawer box completely out. Using a soft bristle brush, clean
the track on the bottom of the drawer box. When finished, it should be
wiped clean of all food and debris.
Tracks
The drawer box assembly must be removed. Pull the drawer tracks out
until they hit a stop. Locate blue safety clips towards the back of each
drawer track. Blue safety clips have a tab on the top. Push the tab back
until it clicks. Lift up and pull the drawer tracks all the way out of the
drawer cage. The drawer
tracks are dishwasher safe
or can be cleaned in a sink
with detergents and a soft
bristle brush. Drawers and
tracks should be cleaned
tab on top of
blue safety clip on a weekly basis. Using
a soft bristle brush, wash
the track making sure each roller is thoroughly cleaned. The drawer
cage should be cleaned with a soft bristle brush, removing any food
and debris gathered on the bottom ledge. Once it’s cleaned thoroughly
with a soft bristle brush, wipe remaining debris clean with a soft towel.
Reassembly
Push the drawer tracks into the drawer cage. The blue safety clip must
remain pushed towards the back. Lift up and slide the drawer track
all the way into the drawer cage. The blue safety clip will lock in place
automatically. Once all tracks are replaced, insert the drawer box. Rest
the drawer box bottom track on the front track roller. Then push the
drawer back in place SLOWLY. When the drawer box is about half
way in you will hit a STOP. You must lift the front of the drawer up
approximately ½” (1.3cm) to continue inward. Clean tracks as often as
possible. The cleaner the tracks are the better they will operate.
Caster Maintenance
Wipe casters with a damp cloth monthly to prevent corrosion.
The power switch must be OFF and the unit disconnected
from the power source whenever performing service,
maintenance functions or cleaning the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators and Freezers
The interior and exterior can be cleaned using soap and warm water.
If this isn’t sufficient, try ammonia and water or a nonabrasive liquid
cleaner. When cleaning the exterior, always rub with the “grain” of
the stainless steel to avoid marring the finish. Do not use an abrasive
cleaner because it will scratch the stainless steel and can damage the
breaker strips and gaskets.
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several important
steps need to be taken. First, we need to understand the properties of
stainless steel. Stainless steel contains 70- 80% iron, which will rust.
It also contains 12-30% chromium, which forms an invisible passive
film over the steel’s surface, which acts as a shield against corrosion.
As long as the protective layer is intact, the metal is still stainless.
If the film is broken or contaminated, outside elements can begin to
breakdown the steel and begin to form discoloration or rust. Proper
cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or plastic scouring pads.
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR SCRAPERS!
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or non-chloride cleaners.
Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage the protective film of
the stainless steel. Chlorides are also commonly found in hard water,
salts, and household and industrial cleaners. If cleaners containing
chlorides are used be sure to rinse repeatedly and dry thoroughly.
Routine cleaning of stainless steel can be done with soap and water.
Extreme stains or grease should be cleaned with a non-abrasive
cleaner and plastic scrub pad. Always rub with the grain of the
steel. There are stainless steel cleaners available which can restore
and preserve the finish of the steels protective layer. Early signs of
stainless steel breakdown are small pits and cracks. If this has begun,
clean thoroughly and start to apply stainless steel cleaners in attempt
to restore the passivity of the steel.
Never use an acid based cleaning solution! Many food
products have an acidic content, which can deteriorate the
finish. Be sure to clean the stainless steel surfaces of ALL
food products. Common items include, tomatoes, peppers
and other vegetables.
Cleaning the Condenser Coil
In order to maintain proper refrigeration performance, the
condenser fins must be cleaned of dust, dirt and grease regularly.
It is recommended that this be done at least every three months.
If conditions are such that the condenser is totally blocked in three
months, the frequency of cleaning should be increased. Clean the
condenser with a vacuum cleaner or stiff brush. If extremely dirty, a
commercially available condenser cleaner may be required.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially cause high
temperatures and excessive run times. Continuous operation with
a dirty or clogged condenser coil can result in compressor failure.
Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning procedures will void any
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Maintenance, continued
warranties associated with the compressor and cost to replace the
compressor.
Never use a high-pressure water wash for this cleaning
procedure as water can damage the electrical components
located near or at the condenser coil.
Do not place hot pans on/against the blue ABS liner. Do not
throw items into the storage area. Failure to follow these
recommendations could result in damage to the interior of
the cabinet or to the blower coil. Overloading the storage
area, restricting the airflow, and continuous opening and
closing of the doors and drawers will hamper the units
ability to maintain operational temperature.
Refrigerated rail units
Product in the rail must be removed to the refrigerated base at the end
of the day. This allows you to turn the rail off at night to save energy
and to defrost the rail. It also helps maintain product quality. An on/off
switch is provided for the rail and is required to be shut off at night. A
thermostat is provided to maintain rail temperature.
Over shelves and other items mounted to the rail area should
never be installed in the field due to the potential damage to the
refrigeration system.
Preventing blower coil corrosion
To help prevent corrosion of the blower coil, store all acidic items,
such as pickles and tomatoes, in sealable containers. Immediately
wipe up all spills.
Units with pans should be operated with pans in place.
Operating the unit without all pans in place will lower
efficiency and may damage the unit.
Continuous opening and closing of the doors will hamper the unit’s
ability to maintain optimum refrigeration temperature. Top section is
not intended for overnight storage. Product should be removed from
pans. Pans can remain in unit while empty.
Defrosting
Refrigerated cold pans should be defrosted daily.
Never use sharp objects or tools to clean or scrape ice/frost
build up from the refrigerated cold pans. A puncture to the
pan could cause irreparable damage to the refrigeration
system. The Eutectic Fluid is NOT refillable and loss of fluid
due to a puncture would cause irreparable damage.
Replacement Parts
Part Number
Part Description
Part Number
Part Description
BPP00074
Cable, Tether
2193927
Low Pressure Control
3234160
Caster, 5”
2194550
Momentary Switch
MCP00253
Caster, 6”-6.5” Adjustable
2194095
Pilot Light, Amber
2194185
Contactor, Relay,30 A
2194190
Pilot Light, Red
000-282-006T
Danfoss Thermostat Assembly, Defrost,
For Base
2194265
Power Receptacle, 20a-250v
BPP00073
Quick Link
000-282-0051
Danfoss Control Assembly,
Single Probe for Rail
BPP00069
Relay, 120VAC Coil, 25A, 120/240
372-018-003L
Divider Bar, 1/6 Size
2190154
Rocker Switch, 20a/125v
3516225
Expansion Valve, Rail
3516053
Solenoid Coil W/ Junction Box, Rail
3517356
Fan Blade, 5.56” CW Back
3516102
Solenoid Valve, Rail 1/4odf
3516178
Fan Guard, Back
2194156
Switch, Liquid Level
2162715
Fan Motor, Back
3516135
Thermometer, Hanging
2195311
Filter, Line, 20A
2194202
Thermostat, Food Well
2195550
Harness, Control, Temp/Defrost
BPP00004
T-stat Knob, Ctrl, Food Well
0160179
Hinge Kit, Door
362-BZ8-0030
Wiper Strip, 15x3
2195086
Immersion Heater
362-BZ8-0031
Wiper Strip, 23x3
BPP00062
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Replacement Parts, continued
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5
Key
4
3
1
2
7
8
9
10
3
2
1
4
5
1
4
2
3
6
5
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Part Number
Part Description
000-BN5-0035
Condensing Unit, 1/2hp
1
3516554
Fan Blade, Condenser, 9"
2
2160019
Fan Guard, Condenser
3
2162716
Fan Motor, Condenser
4
3516462
Start/Run Capacitor
5
3527026
Compressor Sc12mlx
6
3516331
High Pressure Switch
7
3516322
Filter Drier
8
3516459
Receiver, 3.00 X 7.00
9
039-231-0031
Condensate Pan, Large
10
3516455
Condenser Coil
Key
Part Number
Part Description
000-AEW-007P
Drawer System Assy Lo Pro, 27"
1
3234926
Drawer Track, Rh Middle
2
1701196
Gasket, 27”, Drawer
3
000-328-003X
Drawer Front, 27”, Top
4
000-328-003I
Drawer Front, 27”, Bottom
5
3234925
Drawer Track, Lh Middle
000-AEW-007Q
Drawer System Assy, 19"
1
3234926
Drawer Track, Rh Middle
2
1701194
Gasket, 19”, Drawer
3
000-328-003Y
Drawer Front, 19”, Top
4
000-328-003G
Drawer Front, 19”, Bottom
5
3234925
Drawer Track, Lh Middle
Key
Part Number
Part Description
-
000-248-0030
Coil Assembly, R404A, Ref
1
2160024
Guard, fan, 4.7"
2
2160023
Fan, axiel, 120V
3
3516095
Coil, evaporator
4
030-232-0003
Back, evaporator, enclosure
5
3516273
Expansion valve, 1/4, R-404a
6
030-233-0001
Side, coil, angled
7
075-231-0033
Drip pan, evaporator
8
030-234-0003
Front, coil
-
2184317
Harness, coil
-
2195551
Probe sensor, temp/defrost
7
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Wiring Diagram
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Removing An Induction Cooker
1. Turn off all circuit breakers.
2. Pull unit out from the wall to access side
panel.
8. Through the side panel opening, gently push
the cooker up. Continue by pull the cooker up
out of the unit. Rotate it down to rest it on the
unit work surface.
3. Remove screws securing side panel.
4. Remove side panel and set aside.
5. Unplug induction cooker.
6. Remove silicone from around cooker flange.
7. Remove the two induction flange mounting
screws using a hand held Phillips head screw
driver (non-power tool).
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Removing An Induction Cooker, continued
9. Remove control whip connection on bottom
of induction cooker by hand twisting off.
13. Pull the assembly (flange, control and
electrical whip) out from the front.
10. Pull the electrical cord up and out of the
opening.
11. Cooker can now be taken away.
12. Remove the fours screws securing the control
assembly flange.
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Installing An Induction Cooker
1. Turn off all circuit breakers.
2. Remove silicone from around blank s/s cover.
6. Discard the galvanized portion of the assembly.
Retain the ring assembly.
3. Remove the two mounting screws holding the
blank s/s cover using a hand held Phillips head
screw driver (non-power tool).
Discard
Keep
4. Pull the cover off and discard.
7. On the front of the unit remove four screws and
the blank s/s cover where the fourth control is to
be located and discard.
5. Inside the unit opening there is a two piece blank
cover assembly over the plenum hole. Remove the
four screws and assembly.
8. Push the black conduit whip through the opening
and into the open cavity.
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Installing An Induction Cooker, continued
9. Install the new control assembly where the
blank cover used to be with four screws.
12. Place the ring assembly over the four fan
mounting holes, ring and insulation tape
facing away from the cooker. Slide it into the
slots. Hand tighten the four screws. Do not
over tighten.
10. Place the new cooker upside down on a work
surface or floor.
11. Loosen but do not remove the four screws
holding the fan assembly in place.
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of the opening on the unit work surface.
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Installing An Induction Cooker, continued
14. Reach down into the opening and retrieve
the control conduit whip and pull it up to the
cooker.
19. Grab the cooker on each side and rotate it up
then place it into the opening.
15. Make the connection to the cooker by twisting
the end in place.
20. Adjust it until you can feel the ring drop into
the round plenum opening below.
21. Make sure the cooker flange seats flush over
the unit top turn-up.
22. The cooker may set up slightly, push it down
until the mounting holes line up.
16. Drop the cooker electrical cord into the
opening.
17. Remove screws securing side panel. Remove
side panel and set aside.
23. Secure cooker with two 10/24 screws using
Locktite®. Hand tighten screws using a hand
held Phillips head screw driver (non-power
tool).
18. Plug the cooker into the right outlet.
24. Apply silicone around new cooker and
between cookers.
25. Reinstall side panel with original screws.
26. Turn on all circuit breakers.
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Production Center Pasta Station, Service, Installation And Operations Manual
Standard One Year Limited Warranty (One year parts and labor)
The Delfield Company (“Delfield”) warrants to the Original Purchaser
of the Delfield product (herein called the “Unit”) that such Unit, and
all parts thereof, will be free from defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and service for a period of one (1) year from the
date of shipment of the Unit to the Original Purchaser or, if the Original
Purchaser returns the warranty card completely filled out including the
date of installation within thirty (30) days of receipt of the Unit, one
(1) year from the date of installation. During this one year warranty
period, Delfield will repair or replace any defective part or portion
there of returned to Delfield by the Original Purchaser which Delfield
determines was defective due to faulty material or workmanship.
During this one year warranty period, Delfield will pay labor, crating,
and freight incurred in the removal of the Unit of defective component
and shipment to Delfield. Reimbursement is subject to the following
limitations: A maximum of 1-hour is allowed to diagnose a defective
component; A maximum of 1-hour is allowed for retrieval of parts
not in stock; A maximum travel distance of 100 miles round trip and
2-hours will be reimbursed. Overtime, installation/start-up, normal
control adjustments, general maintenance, glass breakage, freight
damage, and/or correcting and end-user installation error will not be
reimbursed under warranty unless pre-approved with a Service Work
Authorization from Delfield. Delfield will pay the return costs if the
Unit or part thereof was defective.
If shipment of a replacement part is requested prior to the arrival in
the Delfield factory of the part claimed to be defective, the Original
Purchaser must accept delivery of the replacement part on a C.O.D.
basis, with credit being issued after the part has been received and
inspected at Delfield’s plant and determined by Delfield to be within
this warranty.
The term “Original Purchaser” as used herein means that person, firm,
association, or corporation for whom the Unit was originally installed.
Delfield shall not be liable in any manner for any default or delay in
performance hereunder caused by or resulting from any contingency
beyond Delfield’s control, including, but not limited to, war,
governmental restrictions or restraints, strike, lockouts, injunctions,
fire, flood, acts of nature, short or reduced supply of raw materials, or
discontinuance of the parts by the original part manufacturer.
This warranty does not apply to any Unit or part thereof that has
been subjected to misuse, neglect, alteration, or accident, such
as accidental damage to the exterior finish, operated contrary to
the recommendations specified by Delfield; or repaired or altered
by anyone other than Delfield in any way so as to, in Delfield’s sole
judgement, affect its quality or efficiency. This warranty does not
apply to any Unit that has been moved from the location where it was
originally installed. This warranty also does not cover the refrigerator
drier or the light bulbs used in the Unit. The warranty is subject to
the user’s normal maintenance and care responsibility as set forth in
the Service and Installation Manual, such as cleaning the condenser
coil, and is in lieu of all other obligations of Delfield. Delfield neither
assumes, nor authorizes any other person to assume for Delfield, any
other liability in connection with Delfield’s products.
Removal or defacement of the original Serial Number or Model
Number from any Unit shall be deemed to release Delfield from all
obligations hereunder or any other obligations, express or implied.
Parts furnished by suppliers to Delfield are guaranteed by Delfield only
to the extent of the original manufacturer’s express warranty to Delfield.
Failure of the Original Purchaser to receive such manufacturers
warranty shall in no way create any warranty, expressed or implied,
or any other obligation or liability on Delfield’s part in respect thereof.
Delfield
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Under no condition does this warranty give the Original Purchaser the
right to replace the defective Unit with a complete Unit of the same
manufacturer or of another make. Unless authorized by Delfield in
writing, this warranty does not permit the replacement of any part,
including the motor-compressor, to be made with the part of another
make or manufacturer.
No claims can be made under this warranty for spoilage of any
products for any reason, including system failure.
The installation contractor shall be responsible for building access,
entrance and field conditions to insure sufficient clearance to allow
any hood(s), vent(s), or Unit(s) if necessary, to be brought into the
building. Delfield will not be responsible for structural changes
or damages incurred during installation of the Unit or any exhaust
system.
Except as provided in any Additional Four Year Protection Plan, if
applicable, and the Service Labor Contract, if applicable, the foregoing
is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, whether written or
oral, express or implied. This warranty supersedes and excludes any
prior oral or written representations or warranties. Delfield expressly
disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
particular purpose or compliance with any law, treaty, rule or regulation
relating to the discharge of substances into the environment. The sole
and exclusive remedies of any person relating to the Unit, and the full
liability of Delfield for any breach of this warranty, will be as provided
in this warranty.
Other than this Delfield Standard One Year Limited Warranty, any
applicable Delfield Additional Four Year Protection Plan or applicable
Delfield Service Labor Contract, the Original Purchaser agrees and
acknowledges that no other warranties are offered or provided in
connection with or for the Unit or any other part thereof.
In no event will Delfield be liable for special, incidental or consequential
damages, or for damages in the nature of penalties.
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For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 773-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
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Covington, TN
Mt. Pleasant, MI
Thank you for choosing Delfield!
Help is a phone call away. Help our team of professional, courteous customer
service reps by having your model number and serial number available at the time
of your call (800) 733-8829.
Model:________________________ S/N: _______________________
Installation Date:________________
For a list of Delfield’s authorized parts depots,
visit our website at www.delfield.com.
Delfield
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980 S. Isabella Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858, U.S.A. • (989) 773-7981 or (800) 733-8829 • Fax (989) 773-3210 • www.delfield.com
Delfield reserves the right to make changes in design or specifications without prior notice. ©2012 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
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