S6161-QK-FSE-010/07695 0910-LP-439-6800 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR

S6161-QK-FSE-010/07695 0910-LP-439-6800 TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR
S6161-QK-FSE-010/07695
0910-LP-439-6800
TECHNICAL MANUAL
FOR
MARKĆV SERIES
ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVENS
OPERATION - INSTALLATION - MAINTENANCE
The Blodgett Oven Co.
44 Lakeside Ave.
Burlington, VT. 05401
FSCM 07695
Contract # DLA-400-90-C-5461
Date Of Approval: February, 1991
Distribution Statement
This publication is required for official use or administrative or operational purposes. Distribution is
limited to U.S. Government Agencies only. Other requests for this document must be referred to:
Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, Sea 09, Washington, DC 20362.
BLODGETT OVEN COMPANY
www.blodgett.com
44 Lakeside Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05401 USA Telephone: (802) 658Ć6600 Fax: (802)864Ć0183
PN 24751 Rev K (3/14)
E 2014 - G.S. Blodgett Corporation
BLODGETT
MODEL NO.
NO
OVEN
CHARACTERISTICS
VOLTAGE
SPECIFIC
NSN
TYPE
SIZE
MARK V IIIĆH
I
1
440 or 480
7310Ć01Ć104Ć2431
MARK V II2ĆH
II
1
440 or 480
7310Ć01Ć385Ć9738
MARK V IIIĆHD
I
2
440 or 480
7310Ć01Ć424Ć4548
MARK V II2ĆHD
II
2
440 or 480
7310Ć01Ć361Ć6025
NOTE: This manual is written specifically for a MARK VIIIĆH. The information contained herein applies to ALL
models unless specifically noted.
S6161-QK-FSE-010/07695
TECHNICAL MANUAL
MARKĆV Series
Electric Convection Ovens
The Blodgett Oven Co.
50 Lakeside Ave.
Burlington, VT. 05402
FSCM 07695
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APPROVAL AND PROCUREMENT RECORD
APPROVAL DATA FOR:
TITLE OF MANUAL:
APPROVAL AUTHORITY:
Letter Dated
MARKĆVĆ111ĆH & MARK VĆ112ĆH
Electric Convection Oven.
Technical Manual, MarkĆV Series,
Electric Convection Oven.
Defense General Supply Center
07 Dec 92
CONTRACT NO.
DLAĆ400Ć90ĆCĆ5461
DLAĆ441Ć92ĆlĆ5151
DLAĆ441Ć92ĆCĆ5283
N00189Ć93ĆCĆ0227
NSN
NO. OF UNITS
APL
7310Ć01Ć326Ć1812
56
7310Ć01Ć326Ć1812
75
43063009
7310Ć01Ć361Ć6025
41
43063009
7310Ć01Ć361Ć6025
04
43063009
7310Ć01Ć326Ć1812
20
SPOĆ441Ć94ĆCĆ0581
7310Ć01Ć326Ć1812
15
43063009
SPOĆ441Ć94ĆMĆU035
7310Ć01Ć385Ć9738
3
43063009
SPOĆ441Ć94ĆMĆU972
7310Ć01Ć326Ć1812
4
43063009
SPOĆ441Ć94ĆMĆU878
7310Ć01Ć385Ć4961
3
43063009
SPOĆ441Ć94ĆMĆ3846
7310Ć01Ć385Ć4961
6
43063009
N00181Ć96ĆMĆC023
7310Ć01Ć361Ć6025
25
43063009
SPOĆ411Ć96ĆMĆEB8U
7310Ć01Ć385Ć9738
4
43063009
N00189Ć96ĆMĆDJ42
7310Ć01Ć385Ć9738
2
43063009
_____________________________________________________________________________
REMARKS
DATE: 05 Feb 91
CERTIFICATION:
It is hereby certified that the technical manual provided under contract number
DLAĆ441Ć92ĆCĆ5283 for MARKĆVĆ111ĆH has been approved by the approval data shown
above.
(Signed)
Bruce P. Goodyear
(Title) Director National Accounts
The Blodgett Oven Co.
50 Lakeside Ave.
Burlington, VT. 05402
FSCM 07695
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IDENTIFYING TECHNICAL PUBLICATION SHEET
1. IDENTIFICATION DATA:
ĂPURPOSE:
2.
3.
4.
Blodgett MARKĆVĆ111ĆH
This technical publication is issued for
the purpose of identifying an authorized
technical manual for navy use and for
providing supplemental technical
information.
a.
MANUFACTURER: The Blodgett Oven Co.
50 Lakeside Ave.
Burlington, VT. 05402
b.
CONTRACT NUMBER: DLAĆ400Ć90ĆCĆ5461
c.
EQUIPMENT: MarkĆV Series Electric
Convection Oven
d.
REQUISITION NUMBER: n/a
e.
NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER (NSN): 7310Ć01Ć361Ć6025
f.
TITLE OF TECHNICAL MANUAL: MarkĆV Series Electric
Convection Oven.
g.
DATE OF PUBLICATION: _______________
h.
PREPARING ACTIVITY: DGSC Richmond, VA
i.
APPLICABLE TMCR NUMBER: NDMS 880393Ć000
j.
EXTENT OF PROPOSED
SUPPLEMENTALĂ DATA Ă(10% ĂMAXIMUM): n/a
k.
LIST OF TECHNICAL
MANUALS FOR THIS EQUIPMENT
PROCURED UNDER ANOTHER CONTRACT: None
ADDITIONAL COPIES:
Additional copies are available from:
Naval Publication and Forms Center
5801 Tabor Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19120Ć5099
COVER:
The technical manual outside cover shall
contain the following statement(s):
Published by direction of Commander,
Naval Sea Systems Command
This publication is required for official
use or for administrative or operational
purposes. Distribution is limited to
U.S. Government Agencies only. Other
requests must be referred to: Commander,
Naval Sea Systems Command, Sea 09,
Washington, DC 20362.
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NOTE: The portion of the text affected by the
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Changes to illustrations are indicated
by miniature pointing hands.
Changes to diagrams are indicated
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Dates of issue for original and changed pages are:
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The total number of pages in this publication are: 43
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SAFETY SUMMARY
The following are general safety precautions that are not related to any specific
procedures and therefore do not appear elsewhere in this publication. These
recommend precautions that personnel must understand and apply during
many phases of operation and maintenance.
KEEP AWAY FROM LIVE CIRCUITS
Operating personnel must at all times observe all safety regulations. Do not reĆ
place components or make adjustments inside the equipment with the high voltĆ
age supply turned on. Under certain conditions, dangerous potentials may exist
when the power control is in the off position, due to the charge retained in capaciĆ
tors. To avoid casualties, always remove power and discharge and ground a cirĆ
cuit before touching it.
DO NOT SERVICE OR ADJUST ALONE
Under no circumstances should any person reach into or enter the enclosure for
the purpose of servicing or adjusting the equipment except in the presence of
someone who is capable of rendering aid.
RESUSCITATION
Personnel working with or near high voltages should be familiar with modern
methods of resuscitation.
The following appear in the text of this volume, and are repeated here for emphasis.
NOTE: There is no power to the heating
elements without the bloweroperating.
This is to prevent damage to the heating
elements.
WARNING: Failure to install exhaust ventĆ
properly will result in high ambient temĆ
peratures at back of oven and subseĆ
quent motor failure. When stacking two
single ovens, it is necessary to remove
single oven flue boxes prior to attaching
twoĆ piece connector.
WARNING: Before performing any mainteĆ
nance or replacing any component on
this unit, disconnect oven from electrical
source.
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DATE
TITLE/BRIEF DESCRIPTION
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NSN Chart Alterations
2
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New Figure 5
3
4/25/94
Removed open stand
instructions
4
4/25/94
Added oven attachment,
single section
5
4/25/94
Added double stacking note
6
4/25/94
Temperature change from
Celsius to Fahrenheit
7
3/31/99
New Figure 1
8
3/31/99
Remove seam on oven side
9
3/31/99
Remove seam on oven side
10
4/18/02
Add Solid State Digital Control
instructions, calibration,
probe resistance charts,
parts breakdown,
purchase parts and schematics
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SIGNATURE OF
VALIDATING OFCR.
S6161-QK-FSE-010/07695
THE FOLLOWING APPLY TO MODELS MARK VĆ111ĆH AND MARK VĆ112ĆH
AND CONTRACT #DLAĆ400Ć90ĆCĆ5461
1) Below are listed the portions of the standard Mark V Series
manual which are not applicable to the models listed above.
PAGE
PORTION THAT DOES NOT APPLY
2) Below are listed the portions of the standard Mark V Series
manual which are applicable to the models listed above with minor
adjustments to the text.
PAGE
PORTION TO BE ALTERED
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AMENDMENT 1
21 July 1992
TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR MARKĆV
SERIES ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVEN
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DLA-441-92-L-5151
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i-vii
General Information
Photo/Agency Approvals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Electrical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installation
Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ship's Deck Leg Attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Double Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjustments Associated With Initial Installation . . . . . . . .
4
5
6
7
8
9
Operation Instructions
General Guidelines For Operating Personnel . . . . . . . . .
How Cook And Hold Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Guidelines For Cooking And Holding . . . . . . . .
Solid State Digital Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intellihold Control with Two Speed Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suggested Times And Temperatures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning And Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11
12
13
14
16
18
19
Maintenance Instructions
Door Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thermostat Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Probe Resistance Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20
21
24
27
Testing Of Components
Selector Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Disconnect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heater Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electric Heaters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Motor Safety Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuses, Switches And Buzzers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
29
29
29
29
29
29
30
Removal And Replacements Of Parts
Access Panels And Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Door Gasket Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Motor And Blower Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heater Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baking Compartment Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Module Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical and Exterior Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Door Switch, Lights And Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
39
40
Schematics And Wiring Diagrams
Electrical Service Hook-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Replacement Parts
Required Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Parts Furnished But Not Manufactured By Blodgett . . . . 48
IMPORTANT
The information contained
in this manual is important
for the proper installation,
use, and maintenance of
this oven. Adherence to the
prescribed procedures and
instructions will result in
satisfactory baking results
and long, trouble-free serĆ
vice. Please read this manĆ
ual carefully and retain it for
future reference.
Since 1848
TECHNICAL MANUAL
MARK V Series
Electric Convection Ovens
2
3
MARK V
111 SERIES ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATONS
KW/SECTION
VOLTS (60 HZ)
PHASE
AMPERES
L1
L2
L3
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
AWG*
11.0
208
1
51
0
51
4
11.0
208
3
31
29
29
10
11.0
220-240
1
44
0
44
8
11.0
220-240
3
26
24
24
10
11.0
440
3
15
14
14
14
11.0
480
3
14
13
13
14
* Electrical Connection Wiring is sized for 90_C copper wire at 125% of rated input.
112 Series ovens consist of two 111 series ovens stacked and wired separately.
Series 111 and 112 are electrically identical.
4
THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CONĆ
TAINED HEREIN ARE FOR USE BY QUALIĆ
FIED INSTALLATION PERSONNEL ONLY. INĆ
STALLATION OR SERVICE BY OTHER THAN
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL MAY RESULT IN
DAMAGE TO THE OVEN AND/OR INJURY
TO THE OPERATOR.
Qualified installation personnel are individuals,
a firm, a corporation, or a company which eiĆ
ther in person or through a representative are
engaged in and responsible for: The installaĆ
tion of electrical wiring from the electric meter,
main control box or service outlet to the
appliance. Qualified installation personnel
must be experienced in such work, familiar
with all precautions required and have comĆ
plied with all requirements of state or local auĆ
thorities having jurisdiction. Reference: NationĆ
al Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-Latest EdiĆ
tion and/or Canadian Electrical Code CSA
C22.1 as applicable.
Ventilation of this oven should be made in acĆ
cordance with the recommendations of:The
National Fire Protection Association's StanĆ
dard No. 96: Ventilation of Restaurant CookĆ
ing Equipment" or the state and/or local authoĆ
rities having jurisdiction.
All Blodgett Ovens are strapped on heavy
wooden skids, and surrounded by tri-wall carĆ
tons to prevent shipping damage. When tenĆ
dered to the carrier, each unit has been carefulĆ
ly inspected and packaged.
DELIVERY AND INSPECTION
Upon delivery of your blodgett oven: Inspect the
shipping container for external damage. Any eviĆ
dence of damage should be noted on the delivery
receipt, which must be signed by the driver. UnĆ
crate the oven and check for any concealed damĆ
ages. Carriers will accept claims for damages if noĆ
tified within 15 days of delivery and the carton is reĆ
tained for inspection.
The Blodgett Oven Co. cannot accept responsibilĆ
ity for loss or damages suffered in transit. The carriĆ
er assumed full responsibility for delivery in good
order when the shipment was accepted. However,
we are prepared to assist you in your claim.
Location of the oven:
Place the oven in an area which is free of drafts and
accessible for proper operation and servicing. A
minimum of 1/2 inch (13 mm) must be mainĆ
tained between any combustible or non-comĆ
bustible material, and any surface of the oven.
Do not place the oven on a curb base, or seal the
oven to a wall. Either condition will restrict the propĆ
er flow of ventilation air resulting in damage to the
oven.
Before making any connections to this oven, check
the rating plate to be sure the oven specifications
are compatible with the electrical services supplied
for the oven.
1. Pull out control panel. The rating plate atĆ
tached to the inside of the control compartĆ
ment.
INSTALLATION OF BACKSHEET
NOTE:
1. Remove any vinyl coating from stainless parts prior to inĆ
stallation.
2. Attach the lower bracket to the oven back in the orientaĆ
tion shown. Screws are provided in the kit and holes are
preĆdrilled in the oven frame.
3. Hook the backsheet onto the four bolts through the keyĆ
hole cutouts in the backsheet.
4. Tighten the four 5/16 bolts.
5. Attach the upper bracket to the backsheet in the orientaĆ
tion shown with the screw provided. This upper bracket
is a spacer and does not screw to the oven frame or flue
box.
Figure 1
6. Attach the lower bracket to the backsheet with the screw
provided in the kit.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
5
Ovens are supplied for operation
on 208-220, 230-240, 440, or
460-480 Volt, single or three
phase grounded circuits. The
electric motor (single or two
speed), heating elements, oven
lights, indicator lights and related
switches are connected by one
power supply to the oven. Before
making any electrical connecĆ
tions to this unit check the oven
rating plate located on the underĆ
side of the upper ledge above the
right hand door. Be sure the propĆ
er electrical supply is connected
to the oven.
Figure 2
The supply conduit is connected
to wire duct located in the lower
left hand corner as viewed from
the rear of the oven. Figure 2. The
supply wires are then run through
the wire duct to the front of the
oven and connected to the termiĆ
nal block located at the lower right
front corner as in figure 3.
The terminal block is reached by
removing the bottom trim cover
and the control compartment covĆ
er. Easy access for connections
may be made by sliding the conĆ
trol module forward.
NOTE: There is no power to the
heating elements without the
blower operating. This is to
prevent damage to the heating
elements.
All ovens, when installed, must be
electrically grounded in accorĆ
dance with the local codes or in
the absence of local codes, with
the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70-(Latest Edition).
In Canada use Canadian ElectriĆ
cal Code, C22.1-(Latest Edition).
Figure 3
Wiring diagrams are located on
the control compartment cover
and at the back of the oven. AddiĆ
tionally, wiring schematics for the
oven are included at the back of
this manual.
6
OVEN ASSEMBLY
Before beginning assembly and inĆ
stallation of the oven, check thorĆ
oughly to assure that all necessary
components are at hand. In addition
to the oven itself, legs or other accesĆ
sories may be required.
MARK V series ovens are packaged
as follows:
For Single Sections:
S The 25I ālegs āareā packed āin āthe
oven.
For Double Sections:
S The sā hip's deck lā egs a
ā reā packedāā inā
the lower section.
S The two-piece flue āconnector is
packed in the upper section.
LEG ATTACHMENT - SINGLE
SECTION
Figure 4
S With the oven lying on it's back
hold the front leg with both hands
and a
ā lignā tā he tā hreaded sā tudāā in the
leg with the nut located inside
each ābottom āfront ācorner āof āthe
oven fā rameā asā indicated iā n Figure
4. T
ā urn tā heāā leg clockwise and tightĆ
en the leg to the nearest full turn.
S Align the two leg plate holes in
each leg with those in the oven
bottom and secure the leg using
two 1/2" bolts. Repeat this proceĆ
dure for the other front leg.
S Now tip the oven up on the newly
installed front legs and install and
secure both rear legs in the same
manner.
S Level oven by screwing adjustable
leg feet in or out as necessary.
OVEN ATTACHMENT TO SHIP'S
DECK - SINGLE SECTION:
S Figure 5 shows the bolt hole patĆ
tern for attachment to the deck.
The holes should be prepared
prior to oven installation.
Figure 5
OVEN ASSEMBLY
7
S Screw the four studs into the
center holes of each hole group.
See Figure 5.
S After the oven is assembled with
legs, move into position and lift
oven onto locating studs.
S Screw adjustable leg foot to
align holes in foot with the
tapped holes in the deck.
S Eight 5/16"-18 bolts are reĆ
quired and should be of a mateĆ
rial type appropriate for shipĆ
board use.
SHIP'S
DECK LEG
Figure 6
SHIP'S DECK LEG ATTACHMENT
- DOUBLE SECTION:
S Begin by laying the oven on it's
back and installing the front
Ship's Deck Legs. See Figure 6.
Attach the legs as follows: Align
the two leg plate holes in each
leg with those in the oven's botĆ
tom and secure the leg using
two 1/2I bolts similar to the leg
shown in Figure 4.
S Tip the oven up on the newly inĆ
stalled front legs and install and
secure both rear legs in the
same manner.
OVEN ATTACHMENT TO SHIP'S
DECK - DOUBLE SECTION:
S Figure 7 shows the bolt hole patĆ
tern for attachment of the oven to
the deck. The holes should be
prepared prior to installation of
the oven.
S Eight 1/2-13 bolts are required
and should be of a material type
appropriate for shipboard use.
S After the oven is assembled,
move it into position over the bolt
holes and fasten securely to the
deck with 1/2-13 bolts.
Figure 7
Please Note: Ovens should be
double stacked prior to securing
to deck. See double section on
page 8 for stacking instructions.
8
OVEN OPERATION
DOUBLE SECTIONS
2. Secure the short legs to the botĆ
tom section as described.
3. Install the lower section flue box.
Align the flue box with the preĆexĆ
isting holes in the oven. Use the
self drilling screws provided.
4. Place the upper section in posiĆ
tion on top of the lower oven.
5. Align holes at upper rear corners
of lower section with nuts welded
to lower rear corners of upper
section.
6. Secure by bolting sections toĆ
gether with two 1/2" bolts. See
Figure 8.
7. Screw the flue riser into the lower
flue box.
8. Slide the upper flue box over the
flue riser. Secure the upper flue
box.with sheet metal screws proĆ
vided.
Figure 8
UPPER
FLUE BOX
22.00
3.81
3.00
4.00
23.19
Warning
Failure to install exhaust vent
properly will result in high amĆ
bient temperatures at back of
oven and subsequent motor
failure. When stacking two
single ovens, it is necessary to
remove single oven flue boxes
prior to attaching twoĆpiece
connector.
RISER
22.00
3.81
LOWER
FLUE BOX
Figure 9
Figure 10
9
OVEN OPERATION
INSTALLATION OF A
TRIM COLLAR
S Remove trim collar from its
shipping position at rear of
oven as shown in Figure 11.
S Remove protective coating
from stainless steel portion of
collar.
S Install collar in proper position
at top of oven as shown in FigĆ
ure 12.
Figure 11
TRIM COLLAR
TRIM COLLAR
Figure 12
ADJUSTMENTS
ASSOCIATED WITH
INITIAL INSTALLAĆ
TION
Each oven and its component
parts have been thoroughly
tested and inspected prior to
shipment. However, it is often
necessary to further test or adĆ
just the oven as part of normal
and proper installation. Such
adjustments associated with
initial installation are the reĆ
sponsibility of the dealer or inĆ
staller. Because these adjustĆ
ments are not considered deĆ
fects in material or workmanĆ
ship, they are not covered unĆ
der the Original Equipment
Warranty. They include, but are
not limited to calibration of the
thermostat, adjustment of the
doors, leveling, and tightening
of fasteners. No installation
should be considered comĆ
plete without proper inspecĆ
tion and, if necessary, adjustĆ
ment by qualified installation
or service personnel.
10
THE
INFORMATION
CONĆ
TAINED IN THIS SECTION IS
PROVIDED FOR THE USE OF
QUALIFIED OPERATING PERĆ
SONNEL. QUALIFIED OPERATĆ
ING PERSONNEL ARE THOSE
WHO HAVE CAREFULLY READ
THE
INFORMATION
CONĆ
TAINED IN THIS MANUAL, ARE
FAMILIAR WITH THE FUNCTION
OF THE OVEN AND/OR HAVE
HAD PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
WITH THE OPERATION OF THE
EQUIPMENT DESCRIBED. ADĆ
HERENCE TO THE PROCEĆ
DURES RECOMMENDED HEREĆ
IN WILL ASSURE THE ACHIEVEĆ
MENT OF OPTIMUM PERFORMĆ
ANCE AND LONG, TROUBLEFREE SERVICE.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Mark V Series Convection
Oven
The Mark V convection oven represents the
latest advancements in energy, efficiency,
reliability and ease of operation.
Cooking in a convection oven differs from cooking in a
conventional deck or range oven in that heated air is
constantly circulated over the product by means of a fan
in an enclosed chamber. The moving air continually
strips away the layer of cool air surrounding the product,
thereby allowing heat to penetrate more quickly. The reĆ
sult is a product of comparable quality to that prepared
in a conventional oven, cooked at a lower temperature in
a shorter period of time.
Please take the time read the following operating instrucĆ
tions carefully. They are the key to successful use of the
Blodgett Mark V Series convection oven.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
11
GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR
OPERATING PERSONNEL
S Always preheat the oven before baking or
roasting by setting the thermostat at the deĆ
sired temperature. The oven has reached opĆ
erating temperature when the LIGHT OFF
OVEN READY" light goes out. It is often adĆ
vantageous to preheat the oven 50_F (30_C)
above the desired temperature to offset the
drop in temperature when the doors are
opened and cold product is loaded into the
oven. Reset the thermostat after product is
loaded.
S For almost all products, lower temperatures
must be used than those called for in deck or
range oven recipes. Follow the Suggested
Time and Temperature Guide or subtract
75_F (40_C) from the deck oven temperature
recipe. If the edges of the product are done
but the center is raw, or if there is much color
variation, reduce the thermostat setting
15_F-25_F (10_C-15_C) for the second
load. Keep reducing temperature on succesĆ
sive loads until the desired results are
achieved, 75_F (40_C) is a rule of thumb;
some recipes and types of pans may require
more than a 75_F (40_C) reduction in temperĆ
ature.
COOKING AT EXCESSIVE TEMPERAĆ
TURES WILL NOT REDUCE COOKING
TIME, IT WILL PRODUCE UNSATISĆ
FACTORY BAKING AND ROASTING
RESULTS.
S Check the product in about half the time recĆ
ommended for deck or range oven recipes or
follow the Suggested Time and Temperature
Guide. Remember, time will vary with the
amount of product loaded, the type of pan
and the temperature. Record times and temĆ
peratures which provide best results for future
reference.
S The oven will hold up to ten 18" x 26" (457 x
660 mm) bun pans. Five racks are normally
used. Product or pan height determine how
many racks can be used.
S Never place a pan or aluminum foil on the
bottom of the oven. This will obstruct the
flow of air and result in uneven baking and
roasting.
S To reduce shrinkage when roasting, place
meat directly on racks and place a sheet pan
one-half full of water in bottom rack posiĆ
tion. Water in the pan will evaporate to inĆ
crease humidity in the oven chamber. The
pan will also catch grease from the meat,
making oven cleaning easier.
S When baking, weigh the product to assure
equal amounts in each pan. Different
amounts of product in different pans will
cause uneven baking results.
S Keeping the fan off for 7-10 minutes after
preheating and loading will allow light prodĆ
ucts such as muffins, thin cake batter or cusĆ
tard to set" in the pan. This will avoid the
product being rippled or pulled toward the
fan.
S For frozen products, preheat the oven 100_F
(55_C) above the suggested cooking temĆ
perature, load product and reset thermostat
to proper temperature.
S Turn oven lights off when not viewing prodĆ
uct. Leaving lights on for extended periods
of time shortens bulb life considerable.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
12
HOW COOK & HOLD
WORKS:
The optional COOK & HOLD feaĆ
ture offers convenience, higher
yields, and lower energy conĆ
sumption. Meats are roasted at
lower temperatures over longer
periods of time, preserving flavor
and tenderness while eliminating
the drying effects experiences at
higher temperatures.
S Primary Cooking - The length
of the COOK" cycle is conĆ
trolled by the COOK & HOLD
TIMER. Meat is cooked at a low
temperature until approximately
two-thirds done.
S Cooking From Stored Heat When the primary cooking time
selected on the COOK & HOLD
TIMER has expired the oven auĆ
tomatically switches to HOLD"
for the next one to two hours the
product will continue to cook
from stored heat present in the
oven. It is therefore essential
that meat be left in the HOLD"
cycle for a minimum of 1 1/2 to
2 hours after completing the
COOK" cycle before being
served.
S HOLD - Meat may be held for
up to 16 hours prior to serving
without loss of moisture or tenĆ
derness. The burners and blowĆ
er wheel will cycle on and off inĆ
termittently to maintain the preĆ
set HOLD" temperature.
250_
225_
OVEN
TEMP.
200_
ÇÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇÇ
STORED HEAT
PRODUCT MAY BE HELD
UP TO 16 HOURS
175_
TEMPERATURE ( F )
There are three phases in COOK &
HOLD roasting:
OVEN SWITCHES
FROM COOK
TO HOLD
150_
125_
100_
PRODUCT MAY BE
REMOVED
AND SERVED
75_
50_
MEAT
TEMP.
25_
1
2
3
4
5
TIME ( HOURS )
Figure 13
6
7
8
9
13
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
1
3
Top or
Bottom
Rounds
20-22 lbs.
(9.1-10.0 kg)
6
Hold
Temp
200)F 150)F
93)C 66)C
Total Time
(Hrs)
Prime Rib
Bone
Cap On
14-18 lbs.
(8.1-10.0 kg)
6
200)F 150)F
93)C 66)C
Min. Hold
Time (Hrs)
1
3
Cook Time
(Hrs)
Prime Rib
Bone
Cap Off
14-18 lbs.
(6.4-8.1 kg)
Cook
Temp
Product
Quantity
GENERAL GUIDELINES
FOR COOKING
& HOLDING
3
31/4
1
11/2
4
43/4
31/2
2
51/2
31/2
4
1
11/2
41/2
51/2
41/2
2
61/2
1
11/2
2
41/2
51/2
61/2
6
200)F 150)F
93)C 66)C
31/2
4
41/2
Pork Roast
or Ham
10-12 lbs.
(4.5-5.4 kg)
2
4
6
250)F 170)F
121)C 76)C
4
41/4
41/2
1
11/2
2
5
53/4
61/2
Turkey
20-22 lbs.
(9.1-10.0 kg)
1
6
250)F 170)F
121)C 76)C
31/4
4
1
11/2
43/4
51/2
Leg of Lamb
Bone in
8-10 lbs.
(43.6-4.5 kg)
2
4
6
225)F 160)F
107)C 71)C
21/2
23/4
3
1
11/2
2
31/2
41/4
5
1
1
Figure 14
Allow at least one and one-half to
two hours in HOLD" after compleĆ
tion of the Cook cycle. This HOLD
time is essential if optimum results
are to be achieved. The HOLD"
time allows the stored heat presĆ
ent in the oven to bring the meat to
the desired degree of doneness.
All meat should be thawed thorĆ
oughly by refrigeration. Allow to
temper at room temperature for 30
to 45 minutes prior to placing in
oven. Cooking frozen food is not
recommended. Placing frozen
product in the oven will increase
the cooking time substantially and
greater shrinkage will occur.
Cooking time will be affected by
the degree of aging of the meat.
Aged meat will cook more rapidly
than that which is unaged.
14
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
SOLID STATE DIGITAL
CONTROL DESCRIPTION
1. SELECTOR SWITCH turns power to the oven
on or off. Allows selection
of Cook or Cool Down
Modes and fan speed (if
applicable).
2. DISPLAY - displays time
or temperature and other
information related to
oven function.
3. HEAT LAMP - lights
when heater is on.
4. PULSE LAMP - lights
when Pulsed Fan Mode is
turned on.
5. HOLD LAMP - lights
when Hold Mode is
turned on.
6. DIAL - used to enter set
points in display
7. START/STOP KEY starts or stops the timer.
8. TIME KEY - used to show
time in the display.
9. TEMP KEY - used to
show set temperature in
the display.
NOTE: Actual temperaĆ
ture is shown
while the TEMP
key is held down.
10. HOLD KEY - turns Hold
Mode on or off.
11. PULSE KEY - turns Pulse
Mode on or off.
1
2
4
3
5
6
8
7
9
10
11
Figure 15
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
15
PROGRAMMING
Cook with Hold:
To set the cook temperature:
NOTE: HOLD light is on when hold mode is on
and off when hold mode is off.
1. Press TEMP (9) key.
2. Rotate dial (6) to enter temperature.
To set the cook time:
1. Press TIME (8) key.
2. Rotate the dial (6) to enter time.
NOTE: Time is entered in hours :
minutes or minutes : secĆ
onds.
To set the hold time:
1. Press HOLD key (10) to turn hold
mode on.
NOTE: HOLD light is on.
2. Rotate dial (6) to enter the hold temĆ
perature.
3. Press START/STOP key (7)
To set the pulse time:
1. Press PULSE KEY (11) to turn pulse
mode on.
NOTE: Pulse light is on.
2. Rotate DIAL (6) to enter the pulse
time. Pulse time is a portion of the
preĆset cook time.
OPERATION
Cook Only:
1. Turn SELECTOR switch (1) to the
desired position.
2. Enter the cook time and temperaĆ
ture.
3. Load product into oven.
NOTE: The display reads LOAD
with the oven is near the set
temperature.
4. Press the START/STOP key (7). The
timer begins to count down.
5. When the cook timer reaches 00:00
the buzzer sounds and the display
reads DONE.
6. Press the START/STOP key (7) to siĆ
lence the buzzer.
7. Remove the product.
1. Turn SELECTOR switch (1) to the desired poĆ
sition.
2. Enter the cook time and temperature.
3. Press the HOLD key (10). Enter the hold temĆ
perature.
4. Load product into oven.
NOTE: The display reads LOAD with the
oven is near the set temperature.
5. Push the START/STOP (7) key. Timer begins
to count down.
6. When the cook timer reaches 00:00 the
buzzer sounds and the display reads DONE.
The buzzer turns off after a few seconds. The
display reads HOLD until the oven reaches
the hold temperature. Then the timer begins
to count up.
7. Push the START/STOP key (7) to stop timer.
8. Remove the product.
9. Push HOLD (10) key to turn off hold mode.
Cook with Pulse:
NOTE: PULSE light is on when pulse mode is on
and off when pulse mode is off.
1. Turn the SELECTOR SWITCH (1) to the deĆ
sired position.
2. Enter cook time and cook temperature.
3. Press PULSE KEY (11). Enter the pulse time.
NOTE: Pulse time is a portion of the cook
time and does not increase the preĆ
viously entered cook time.
4. Load product into oven.
NOTE: The display reads LOAD with the
oven is near the set temperature.
5. Push START/STOP KEY (7). The timer beĆ
gins to count down the cook time. The oven
will be in pulse mode for the set pulse time.
Once the set time has expired, the unit will
automatically switch to cook mode and conĆ
tinue counting down.
6. When the cook timer reaches 00:00 the
buzzer sounds and the display reads DONE.
7. Push the START/STOP KEY (7) to turn the
buzzer off.
8. Remove the product.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
16
INTELLIHOLD WITH
2 SPEED FAN
CONTROLS:
1. SELECTOR SWITCH - ConĆ
trols the power and cooking
mode of the oven. When in
OVEN ON, the oven is operating
in the normal convection mode.
When in COOL DOWN, only the
blower wheel is operating.
OVEN OFF turns the oven off.
2. OVEN READY LIGHT - IllumiĆ
nates when the oven is preheating. When the red light goes
out, the oven has reached operĆ
ating temperature.
3. DIGITAL DISPLAY - Displays
the time, temperature and conĆ
troller related information.
4. TIME - A dial to set the cook
and/or hold time of the selected
program.
5. TEMPERATURE - A dial to set
the cook and/or hold temperaĆ
ture of the selected program.
KEYPAD CONTROLS:
START TIMER - Starts the proĆ
gram that is shown in the display.
ACTUAL TEMP - Press to disĆ
play the actual temperature of
the oven.
1
2
3
5
4
COOK - Press to set the oven
in the cook mode, (High Speed
Fan).
PGM1 thru PGM6 - Press to
program time and temperature
settings for up to six products.
ROAST - Press to set the oven
in the roast mode, (Low Speed
Fan).
HOLD - Press to set the oven in
the hold mode.
CANCEL - Press to cancel enĆ
tries in the programming mode
and clear the display.
Figure 16
17
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
PROGRAMMING:
OPERATION:
The following sequence must be used to proĆ
gram Intellihold with the required time and
temperatures. Italicized text indicates what will
be seen in the digital display. BOLD CAPS inĆ
dicate a function key or control switch that is to
be used.
1. Turn the SELECTOR SWITCH to the
OVEN ON position. The blower will start.
The blower is controlled automatically
by opening and closing the doors.
A. Turn the SELECTOR SWITCH to ON.
B. Press CANCEL then COOK or ROAST.
Press and hold PGM1 for the time and
temperature steps.
C. Rotate the TEMPERATURE dial in either
direction to set the desired cooking temĆ
perature.
D. Rotate the TIME dial in either direction to
set the desired cooking time.
E. Release PGM1. The time and temperature
displays will be flashing.
F.
Press HOLD and then press and hold
PGM1. Rotate the TEMPERATURE dial in
either direction to set the desired holding
temperature. If HOLD is not wanted, rotate
the TEMPERATURE dial to 000_F.
G. Press CANCEL.. At this point the desired
time and temperatures are programmed
for cook and hold modes.
H. Repeat steps B thru G for PGM2 thru
PGM6.
I.
A product can be cooked without using
any PGM. Select COOK or ROAST. Rotate
the TIME and TEMPERATURE dials to the
desired settings. Press START TIMER to
actuate the timer.
2. Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to select
the desired pre-heat temperature.
3. When the oven ready light goes off, the
oven has reached operating temperaĆ
ture. Load the oven and press the deĆ
sired PGM key. If no PGM is to be used
select COOK or ROAST and set the time
and temperature manually with the apĆ
propriate dials.
4. Press START TIMER. The timer will
count down the set time. Upon compleĆ
tion of the set time, the buzzer will
sound. Press CANCEL and remove the
product.
5. If the program selected uses the hold
feature, the buzzer will not sound. HowĆ
ever at the completion of the set time, the
oven will automatically start the HOLD
cycle. The hold timer will not start countĆ
ing until the oven has reached the hold
temperature. At this point the hold timer
will start counting up the time in the hold
cycle.
6. When the desired hold time has been
reached, press CANCEL and remove
the product.
7. To shut the oven off, turn the SELECTOR
SWITCH to OVEN OFF.
8. To cool down the oven cooking compartĆ
ment, turn the SELECTOR SWITCH to
COOL DOWN. The blower will operate
and remain on with the door open. The
burners will not come on.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
18
PRODUCT
MEATS
Beef
Hamburger Patties (5 per lb)
Steamship Round (80 lb. quartered)
Standing Rib Choice (20 lbs, trimmed, rare)
Banquet Shell Steaks (10 oz. meat)
Stuffed Peppers
Swiss Steak after Braising
Hot Dogs, 1-1lb (18" x 26" pans)
Pork, Veal & Lamb
Baked Stuffed Pork Chop
Boned Veal Roast (15 lbs.)
Lamb Chops (small loin)
Bacon (on racks in 18" x 26" pans)
FAHRN.
CELSIUS
TIME
# SHELVES
400_F
275_F
235_F
450_F
350_F
275_F
325_F
205_C
135_C
115_C
235_C
175_C
135_C
165_C
8-10 mins.
2 hrs 45 mins.
2 hrs 45 mins.
7-8 mins.
15-20 mins.
1 hr.
10-15 mins.
10
2
2
5
3
5
5
375_F
300_F
400_F
400_F
190_C
150_C
205_C
205_C
25-30 mins.
3 hrs. 10 mins.
7-8 mins.
5-7 mins.
5
2
5
10
POULTRY
Chicken Breast & Thigh
Chicken Back & Wing
Chicken (21/2 lbs. quartered)
Turkey Rolled (18 lb. rolls)
350_F
350_F
350_F
310_F
175_C
175_C
175_C
155_C
40 mins.
35 mins.
30 mins.
3 hrs 45 mins.
5
5
5
3
FISH & SEAFOOD
Fish Sticks
Halibut Steaks, Cod Fish (frozen 5 oz)
Baked Stuffed Lobster (21/2 lb.)
Lobster Tails (frozen)
335_F
350_F
400_F
425_F
170_C
175_C
205_C
220_C
16-18 mins.
20 mins.
10 mins.
9 mins.
10
5
3
5
CHEESE
Macaroni & Cheese Casserole
Melted Cheese Sandwiches
350_F
400_F
175_C
205_C
30 mins.
8 mins.
5
10
400_F
205_C
50 mins.
5
325_F
165_C
10 mins.
5
325_F
325_F
350_F
300_F
300_F
150_C
150_C
175_C
150_C
150_C
35 mins.
45-50 mins.
25-30 mins.
30-50 mins.
25 mins.
5 (30 pies)
5 (20 pies)
5 (30 pies)
5
5
325_F
375_F
275_F
400_F
350_F
155_C
190_C
125_C
205_C
175_C
30 mins.
15-20 mins.
15 mins.
6 mins.
15 mins.
3
5
5
5
5
325_F
325_F
325_F
350_F
350_F
160_C
160_C
150_C
175_C
175_C
16-18 mins.
20 mins.
15 mins.
15 mins.
20-25 mins.
5
5
5
5
5
POTATOES
Idaho Potatoes (120 ct.)
Frozen French Fries (Cooking times and
temperatures will vary according to vendor).
Oven Roasted Potatoes (sliced or diced)
BAKED GOODS
Fruit Pies & Turnovers
Frozen Berry Pies (22 oz)
Frozen Fruit Pies (46 oz.)
Fresh Apple Pie (20 oz.)
Pumpkin Pies
Fruit Crisp
Bread & Rolls
Bread (24 - 1 lb. loaves)
Southern Corn Bread
Hamburger Rolls
Baking Soda Biscuits
Brown & Serve Rolls
Cakes & Cookies
Sheet Cakes (5 lb. mixed batter per pan)
Chocolate Cake
Brownies
Danish
Cream Puffs
NOTE: Actual times and temperatures may vary considerably from those shown above. They are affected by weight of load, temperĆ
ature of the product, recipe, type of pan and calibration of thermostat. Should your recipe vary, write in your proven time and temperĆ
ature for ready reference.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
19
CLEANING AND
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
CLEANING OF OVENS
Painted and stainless steel ovens may be cleaned
and kept in good condition with a light oil such as
SHEILASHINE. Saturate a cloth and wipe oven
when cold; wipe dry with a clean cloth. On the
stainless front or interior, deposits of baked on
splatter, oil, grease, or light discoloration may be
removed with any of the following elements:
Grade FFF Italian Pumice, Liquid Nu Steel, PerĆ
mapass, Samea or Cameo paste, Nu Steel,or DuĆ
Bois Temp. Heat tint or heavy discolorations may
be removed with any of the following: PennyBrite, Copper-Brite, DuBois Temp., Past Nu
Steel, 5 to15% nitric acid, or 5 to 15% phosphoric
acid. Apply cleaners when the oven is cold and alĆ
ways rub with the grain of the metal.
Porcelain interiors can be cleaned with oven
cleaners such as JiFoam, Easy-Off or Dow Oven
Cleaner. The racks and rack supports may be
cleaned by removing them from the oven and
soaking them in a mild solution of ammonia and
water.
Care should be taken to keep liquids away from
light sockets, temperature probes, heating eleĆ
ments etc. and avoid spraying the oven pilot,
electrical connections, thermostat and light bulb
receptacles.
Aluminized interiors should be cleaned with a
non-caustic and non-abrasive oven cleaner
such as Easy-Off. Apply cleaners when the
oven is cold and always rub with the grain of the
metal. Avoid the use of oven cleaners that will
harm aluminum and do not allow caustic comĆ
pounds to come in contact with the aluminized
steel panel directly behind the blower wheel.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
The best preventative maintenance measures
are the proper installation of the equipment and
a program for routinely cleaning the oven. This
oven requires no lubrication. However, the ventĆ
ing system should be checked annually for
possible deterioration resulting from moisture
and corrosive flue products.
Should maintenance or repairs be required,
they should be performed only by qualified perĆ
sonnel.
Remember: Always disconnect the power
supply before cleaning or servicing the
appliance!
NOTES
20
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
DOOR
ADJUSTMENTS
DOOR OPERATION AND
ADJUSTMENT
These ovens are provided with inĆ
dependently operated doors
which are not adjustable.
DOOR SWITCH
ADJUSTMENT
The door switch may be moved
forward or backward in the
mounting bracket as necessary
for alignment. See Figure 18.
Figure 17
21
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THERMOSTAT
CALIBRATION
Figure 18
Thermostat malfunctions are the
cause for more oven operating
problems than any other oven comĆ
ponent. Thermostats do fail, and if
such a failure occurs, only replaceĆ
ment of the defective control will corĆ
rect the problem. If the temperature
of the oven fluctuates greatly during
operation and there is a worsening
of this condition over time, replaceĆ
ment of the thermostat is indicated.
However, if the temperature in the
oven is too high or too low, or if the
operator complains of uneven bakĆ
ing results, recalibration of the therĆ
mostat rather than replacement is
indicated. If the thermostat is found
to be in proper adjustment, but unĆ
even baking is apparent, the operaĆ
tor should reduce the temperature
or consult the Time & Temperature
Chart for recommendations.
TO CHECK CALIBRATION:
S Apply power to the unit by turning
the Selector switch to COOK".
S Place a pyrometer thermocouple
or reliable mercury thermometer
on the middle shelf 6" from the
front edge and in the center of the
shelf. See Figure 18.
S Turn thermostat dial to 350_F
(177_C).
S When the red indicator light on
the control panel goes out, check
the thermometer or pyrometer to
determine oven temperature.
S If this reading is within 10_F (6_C)
of the thermostat setting, do not
change the thermostat.
S If this reading differs more than
10_F (6_C) from the thermostat
setting, refer to next two pages.
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
22
DISPLAY SCALE EXAMPLES
DIGITS
1ST
2ND
3RD
4TH
SOLID STATE DIGITAL CONTROL
CALIBRATION
To Initiate Programming
1. Set the time to 1 minute.
2. Set the temperature to 151_F (66_C).
To Access Second Level Programming
1. Press and hold the temperature key and the start/stop
key simultaneously.
2. The control beeps and displays the software version
for a few seconds.
3. The control then displays 2NdL. The control has enĆ
tered the second level program.
To Change the Temperature Offset
1. Press the temperature key.
_C or _F
Temperature
Display
2. The control displays OFFS or offset for a few seconds.
It then displays the current offset which should be 0_F.
3. Rotate the dial to enter a 50_F (28_C) offset. Use this
to calibrate the oven if necessary.
To Set the Display Scales
E = Electric Oven
1. Press the temperature key.
_ = Gas Oven
2. The control displays the current setting from the followĆ
ing menu. See Figure 19. This menu controls 3 sepaĆ
rate parameters:
H = Hrs/Min Display
(Factory Setting)
_Ă = Min/Sec Display
A.) First Digit - the desired time display (ie hrs/min or
min/sec)
B.) Second Digit - Electric or Gas oven
Figure 19
C.) Third and Fourth Digit - the desired temperature
scale (ie _F or _C)
3. To adjust the setting turn the dial 1 click at a time.
NOTE: If the control is set for minutes and seconds the first
digit will be blank. If the control is set for a gas oven
the second digit will be blank.
To Return to Normal Operating Mode
1. Press the temperature key.
2. The control goes through self check then displays the
set temperature 151_F (66_C).
3. The oven can now be controlled as normal.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
INTELLIHOLD
CALIBRATION
1. Set the digits to 00:00.
2. Set The temperature to
210_.
3. Press and hold the START
TIMER key for 5 seconds.
4. Rotate either dial until the
desired temperature offset
is displayed (±49_).
5. Press the ACTUAL TEMP
key to exit.
Figure 20
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
24
PROBE RESISTANCE VS TEMPERATURE
Solid State Manual and Digital Controllers
(probe P/N 18588)
_F
_C
Ohms
_F
_C
Ohms
100
38
53029
310
155
1519
125
52
30785
320
160
1340
150
66
18591
330
166
1186
175
80
11633
340
171
1052
200
93
7528
350
177
936
210
99
6391
360
182
835
220
105
5471
370
188
747
230
110
4705
380
193
669
240
116
4030
390
199
601
250
121
3441
400
205
542
260
127
2967
425
219
421
270
132
2583
450
232
333
280
138
2255
475
246
265
290
143
1970
500
260
216
300
149
1728
25
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Intellihold Controllers (probe P/N 23392)
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
70
1080
108
1160
146
1239
184
1318
222
1395
260
1473
71
1082
109
1162
147
1241
185
1320
223
1398
261
1475
72
1084
110
1164
148
1243
186
1322
224
1400
262
1477
73
1086
111
1166
149
1245
187
1324
225
1402
263
1479
74
1089
112
1168
150
1247
188
1326
226
1404
264
1481
75
1091
113
1170
151
1249
189
1328
227
1406
265
1483
76
1093
114
1172
152
1251
190
1330
228
1408
266
1485
77
1095
115
1174
153
1253
191
1332
229
1410
267
1487
78
1097
116
1176
154
1255
192
1334
230
1412
268
1489
79
1099
117
1178
155
1258
193
1336
231
1414
269
1491
80
1101
118
1181
156
1260
194
1338
232
1416
270
1493
81
1103
119
1183
157
1262
195
1340
233
1418
271
1495
82
1105
120
1185
158
1264
196
1342
234
1420
272
1497
83
1108
121
1187
159
1266
197
1344
235
1422
273
1499
84
1110
122
1189
160
1268
198
1346
236
1424
274
1501
85
1112
123
1191
161
1270
199
1348
237
1426
275
1503
86
1114
124
1193
162
1272
200
1350
238
1428
276
1505
87
1116
125
1195
163
1274
201
1352
239
1430
277
1507
88
1118
126
1197
164
1276
202
1354
240
1432
278
1589
89
1120
127
1199
165
1278
203
1357
241
1434
279
1512
90
1122
128
1201
166
1280
204
1359
242
1436
280
1514
91
1124
129
1203
167
1282
205
1361
243
1438
281
1516
92
1126
130
1206
168
1284
206
1363
244
1440
282
1518
93
1128
131
1208
169
1287
207
1365
245
1442
283
1520
94
1131
132
1210
170
1289
208
1367
246
1444
284
1522
95
1133
133
1212
171
1291
209
1369
247
1447
285
1524
96
1135
134
1214
172
1293
210
1371
248
1449
286
1526
97
1137
135
1216
173
1295
211
1373
249
1451
287
1528
98
1139
136
1218
174
1297
212
1375
250
1453
288
1530
99
1141
137
1220
175
1299
213
1377
251
1455
289
1532
100
1143
138
1222
176
1301
214
1379
252
1457
290
1534
101
1145
139
1224
177
1303
215
1381
253
1459
291
1536
102
1147
140
1226
178
1305
216
1383
254
1461
292
1538
103
1149
141
1229
179
1307
217
1385
255
1463
293
1540
104
1151
142
1231
180
1309
218
1387
256
1465
294
1542
105
1153
143
1233
181
1311
219
1389
257
1467
295
1544
106
1156
144
1235
182
1313
220
1391
258
1469
296
1546
107
1158
145
1237
183
1315
221
1393
259
1471
297
1548
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
26
Intellihold Controllers (probe P/N 23392)
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
_F
Ohms
298
1550
335
1624
372
1698
409
1772
446
1845
483
1917
299
1552
336
1626
373
1700
410
1774
447
1846
484
1919
300
1554
337
1628
374
1702
411
1776
448
1848
485
1921
301
1556
338
1630
375
1704
412
1778
449
1850
486
1923
302
1558
339
1632
376
1706
413
1780
450
1852
487
1925
303
1560
340
1634
377
1708
414
1782
451
1854
488
1927
304
1562
341
1636
378
1710
415
1783
452
1856
489
1929
305
1564
342
1638
379
1712
416
1785
453
1858
490
1931
306
1566
343
1640
380
1714
417
1787
454
1860
491
1932
307
1568
344
1642
381
1716
418
1789
455
1862
492
1934
308
1570
345
1644
382
1718
419
1791
456
1864
493
1936
309
1572
346
1646
383
1720
420
1793
457
1866
494
1938
310
1574
347
1648
384
1722
421
1795
458
1868
495
1940
311
1576
348
1650
385
1724
422
1797
459
1870
496
1942
312
1578
349
1652
386
1726
423
1799
460
1872
497
1944
313
1580
350
1654
387
1728
424
1801
461
1874
498
1946
314
1582
351
1656
388
1730
425
1803
462
1876
499
1948
315
1584
352
1658
389
1732
426
1805
463
1878
500
1950
316
1586
353
1660
390
1734
427
1807
464
1880
501
1952
317
1588
354
1662
391
1736
428
1809
465
1882
502
1954
318
1590
355
1664
392
1738
429
1811
466
1884
503
1956
319
1592
356
1666
393
1740
430
1813
467
1886
504
1958
320
1594
357
1668
394
1742
431
1815
468
1888
505
1960
321
1596
358
1670
395
1744
432
1817
469
1890
506
1962
322
1598
359
1672
396
1746
433
1819
470
1892
507
1964
323
1600
360
1674
397
1748
434
1821
471
1893
508
1966
324
1602
361
1676
398
1750
435
1823
472
1895
509
1967
325
1604
362
1678
399
1752
436
1825
473
1897
326
1606
363
1680
400
1754
437
1827
474
1899
327
1608
364
1682
401
1756
438
1829
475
1901
328
1610
365
1684
402
1758
439
1831
476
1903
329
1612
366
1685
403
1760
440
1833
477
1905
330
1614
367
1688
404
1762
441
1835
478
1907
331
1616
368
1690
405
1764
442
1837
479
1909
332
1618
369
1692
406
1766
443
1839
480
1911
333
1620
370
1694
407
1769
444
1841
481
1913
334
1622
371
1696
408
1770
445
1843
482
1915
27
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
TROUBLESHOOTING
A rectangle always asks a question.
The following flow charts are provided to
assist service technicians to identify and
correct operational problems quickly
and correctly. By utilizing these charts in
conjunction with the Testing and the ReĆ
moval and Replacement of Components
sections immediately following. It will be
possible to determine the malfunction,
its cause, and the necessary procedure
to correct it.
A diamond always represents an
action required by the technician.
An oval always directs the technician to
the test section for further information.
The flow charts represent a visual explaĆ
nation of what is occurring or what
should be occurring in the oven under
any given set of circumstances. The folĆ
lowing four flow chart symbols will be enĆ
countered. Refer to Figures 21, 22.
COOK ONLY LOGIC
A circle always indicates that the equipĆ
ment is operating correctly.
POWER
SWITCH
POSITION
OFF
TURN
TO ON
ON
BLOWER
ON?
HEATERS
WORKING?
YES
CLOSE
DOOR
NO
YES
DOOR
CLOSED?
NO
THERMOSTAT
TEMP SET?
NO
SET
TEMP
NO
TEST
THERMOSTAT
NO
CLOSE
DOOR
NO
TEST DOOR
SWITCH
YES
OVEN READY
LIGHT ON?
YES
YES
TEST DOOR
SWITCH
NO
DOOR
CLOSED?
DOOR
SWITCH
WORKING?
YES
DOOR
SWITCH
WORKING?
YES
REPLACE
NO
YES
FUSES OK?
FUSES OK?
YES
NO
REPLACE
YES
CONTACTOR
OK?
NO
TEST
CONTACTOR
NO
TEST
SWITCH
YES
MOTOR
SAFETY
SWITCH OK?
Figure 21
SYSTEM
OK
YES
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
28
LIGHT AND TIMER LOGIC
SELECTOR
SWITCH
POSITION
OFF
ON
TO
COOK
OFF
COOK
TIMER
ON
OFF
ON
ON
TO
ON
TO
ON
LIGHT
SWITCH
POSITION
ARE
LIGHTS
ON
YES
SYSTEM
OK
NO
ARE
LIGHTS
ON
NO
REPLACE
YES
BUZZER AFTER
TIME ELAPSED
REFER TO
TEST SECTION
YES
ARE LIGHTS ON
NO
TEST LIGHT
SWITCH
SYSTEM
OK
Figure 22
TESTING OF COMPONENTS
S Disconnect the oven from the main power
supply, then slide the control module out for
access to the electrical components.
S Throughout these testing instructions, contiĆ
nuity refers to a continuous path for the flow
of electricity through a circuit or component.
Before checking for continuity, make certain
the circuit is disconnected from the power
source.
SELECTOR SWITCH
When the Selector switch is turned to the COOL
DOWN or OVEN ON positions, the blower moĆ
tor is activated and operates until the switch is
turned to OVEN OFF. In the OVEN ON position
the blower motor is controlled automatically by
the action of the doors. In the COOL DOWN poĆ
sition the blower operates continuously with the
doors open or closed. The elements will come
on in the OVEN ON position. The elements will
not come on in the COOL DOWN position.
S TEST: Remove wires connected to points on
the switch marked 1, 2, 3, and 4. Turn switch
to the OVEN OFF position. No continuity
should exist between switch terminals N & 2,
N & 3, L1 & 1, and L1 & 4.
**When the switch is in the OVEN ON posiĆ
tion continuity should exist between N & 2
and L1 & 1. No continuity should exist beĆ
tween N & 3 and L1 & 4. **
**When the switch is in the COOL DOWN poĆ
sition continuity should exist between N & 3
and L1 & 4. No continuity should exist beĆ
tween N & 2 and L1 & 1.**
29
QUICK DISCONNECT
This multiple blade and socket connector, loĆ
cated on the back center of the control tray, proĆ
vides both hot and neutral line power disconĆ
nect to the control area when the control tray is
pulled out more than one inch. Physical damage
to the blades, sockets, or unshielded wires to
both would account for failures associated with
this device. Incoming power is through Poles #7
& #8 of the Quick Disconnect.
CONTACTOR (HEATER RELAY)
The contactor is the three-pole relay that conĆ
trols the heater elements in the oven. To operĆ
ate, the following conditions must be satisfied:
1. The selector switch must be placed in the
OVEN ON position.
2. The Cook Thermostat must be calling for
heat.
3. The oven door must be closed.
S TEST: With the wires removed from the conĆ
tactor coil terminals a resistance of approxiĆ
mately 420 Ohms should be observed.
ELECTRIC HEATERS
The electric heaters are supplied power through
the contactor. If the contactor is working and the
heaters are not coming on, they could be
burned out.
S TEST: Disconnect the wires from the end of
the heater element terminals. Continuity
should exist in a good heater.
Resistance values should read approximately
14.5 Ohms for 220 Volt heaters, 17 Ohms for 240
Volt heaters, 58 Ohms for 440 Volt heaters, and
69 Ohms for 480 Volt heaters.
30
TESTING OF COMPONENTS
FUSES
BLOWER WHEEL NOISY
Unscrew cap from the panel mount fuseholder
and remove the fuse. The fuse must have contiĆ
nuity to be good.
- Blower wheel is rubbing on compartment
baffle. To correct: Move motor back in motor
mount.
SWITCHES
- Blower wheel is rubbing on motor mount
panel. To correct: Move motor forward in
motor mount.
S Lights and Blower switch (SPST switch)
With wires in place, check for continuity beĆ
tween the poles with the switch ON. Switch
OFF should have no continuity.
S Door switch (SPST switch)
Operated by the door position. With the
doors closed, the switch should be closed
and continuity should exist between the wire
connections at normally open and normally
common poles of the switch.
- Blower wheel loose on motor shaft. To corĆ
rect: Tighten set screws in blower wheel.
- Blower wheel loose on motor shaft and moĆ
tor shaft is
badly worn.To correct: ReĆ
place motor and blower wheel.
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
31
WARNING
BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
MAINTENANCE OR REPLACĆ
ING ANY COMPONENT ON
THIS UNIT, DISCONNECT OVEN
FROM ELECTRICAL SOURCE.
IF IT IS NECESSARY TO REĆ
PLACE A DEFECTIVE COMPOĆ
NENT USE ONLY GENUINE
BLODGETT
REPLACEMENT
PARTS.
Figure 23
ACCESS PANELS AND
DOORS
BOTTOM TRIM COVER
REMOVAL & REPLACEĆ
MENT
S Open doors.
S Remove two screws in top edge
of panel.
S Lift panel up and outward. See
Figure 23.
S Replace by reversing above proĆ
cedure.
CONTROL COVER
REMOVAL & REPLACEĆ
MENT
S Remove combustion compartĆ
ment cover.
S Remove screw in top of control
cover.
Figure 24
S Pull control cover forward from
bottom and rotate upward. See
Figure 24.
S Replace by reversing above proĆ
cedures.
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
32
DOOR REMOVAL AND
REPLACEMENT FOR MARK VĆIIIĆH
S Open doors.
S Drive 1/4I pin (item 7) out of the door with
a punch tool.
S Remove 3 screws (items 10,11 & 13) from
the door hold open plate.
S Remove screws (items 4 & 5) from the door
pin and cover plate.
S Loosen bolt (item 3) until the cover plate is
loose (Do not remove the plate).
S Slide the upper door pin down to clear the
upper door support. This may be done by
pulling down on the bolt (item 3).
S Tilt the top of the door outward until it fully
clears the oven.
DOOR COMPONENTS
P/N
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
31119
31120
9036
21099
21100
24669
24671
24667
24677
24674
24672
24670
24676
24675
24666
24668
16657
35919
90004
PART DESCRIPTION
Door Assy, Glass LH
Door Assy, Glass RH
Glass Assy, Door (10Ć1/8" x 17Ć1/8")
Bracket, Door Handle Bottom LH & RH
Striker Plate
Roller Catch Assy
Roller Catch Assy, Secondary
Door Pin, Upper & Lower LH, & RH Upper
Door Pin, RH Lower Only
Security Catch RH Door
Security Latch on Oven
Handle, Door
Center Door Gasket
Stop Plate Assy, RH
Stop Plate Assy, LH
Gasket Assy, Door Perimeter
Bushing Sleeve, Upper Door (Each)
Microswitch Assy, Door Replaces 19978
Door Hinge Bushings (Set of 2)
S Lift the door up and out.
13
13
6
6
10
11
5
5
3
3
2
1
9
9
8
12
12
4
4
7
6
13
LEFT HAND DOOR ASSY
13
Figure 25
RIGHT HAND DOOR ASSY
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
33
PERIMETER
DOOR GASKET
REMOVAL &
REPLACEMENT
S Remove gasket screws.
S Top and bottom trim pieces are
removed with gaskets.
S Side trim pieces remain in place.
S Position top gasket over upper
trim piece and replace screws.
S Position side gaskets 1/8" from
end of top gasket and replace
screws.
Figure 26
Figure 27
S Position bottom gasket over trim
piece.
34
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
MOTOR AND BLOWER
ASSEMBLY
BLOWER WHEEL REMOVAL
& REPLACEMENT
S Remove racks and rack supports.
S Remove blower wheel cover by
loosening four screws located at
each corner and pulling cover forĆ
ward. See Figures 28 and 29.
S Loosen set screws in blower
wheel hub. See Figure 30.
S Screw a 3/8" - 16 bolt into
threaded hole of blower wheel
and draw wheel forward from
shaft.
Figure 28
S Replace blower wheel by lubricatĆ
ing motor shaft with graphite and
positioning wheel to provide adeĆ
quate clearance between motor
mounting panel and blower wheel
cover. Tighten set screws securely.
MOTOR REMOVAL & REĆ
PLACEMENT
S Remove blower wheel from motor
shaft. See previous instructions.
S If access to rear of oven is availĆ
able, loosen motor attachment
bolts, remove motor conduit and
lift motor from mounting bracket.
Figure 29
S If access to rear of oven is not
available, motor may be removed
from front of oven as follows:
a. Remove heater elements.
b. Remove two nuts from studs on
motor panel.
c. Remove four sheet metal
screws from each corner of moĆ
tor panel.
d. Pull motor panel forward into
oven and disconnect motor wirĆ
ing conduit.
e. Replace by reversing above
procedures.
Figure 30
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
35
HEATER ELEMENT
REMOVAL &
REPLACEMENT
S Remove racks and rack supĆ
ports.
S Remove blower wheel cover by
loosening four screws located
at each corner and pulling cover
forward.
S Remove two screws in heater
element assembly, top and botĆ
tom support brackets.
S Remove four screws from eleĆ
ment assembly mounting plate.
Figure 31
S Carefully pull element assembly
forward into oven compartment.
Extra long wire is attached to the
element assembly to permit reĆ
moval.
S Remove wires from ends of eleĆ
ment assembly.
S Replace by reversing above
procedure.
HEATER CONTACTOR
REMOVAL &
REPLACEMENT
S Remove bottom trim cover.
S Remove control compartment
cover.
S With doors closed, pull control
module forward for easier acĆ
cess to contactor.
S Remove contactor from back
wall of control compartment.
S Transfer wires from defective
contactor to replacement unit.
S Replace by reversing above
procedure.
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
36
BAKING COMPARTMENT COMPONENTS
ITEM
P/N
20246
21422
18768
19081
19171
4342
4922
20807
17978
8321
1
1
8
2
3
4
5
PART DESCRIPTION
ITEM
Rack, Wire H
Support, Rack (Set of 2) H
Rack, Wire HD
Support, Rack (Set of 2) HD
Stop, Rack (Set of 2)
Lamp, Interior, 115V
Socket, Lamp
Window, Interior Lights w/ Retainer
Retainer, Interior Window
Guard, Thermostat Bulb
6
7
7
P/N
5001
16813
16814
8648
90046
19639
17752
17753
24695
24689
PART DESCRIPTION
Wheel Assy, Blower
Interior Baffle, Porc. (Blower Wheel Cover)
Interior Baffle, Stainless (Blower Wheel Cover)
Screws, Baffle Mounting (Set of 4)
Brackets, Baffle Supports (Set of 4)
Screen Assy, Baffle S/S
Compartment Liner Bottom, Porcelain
Compartment Liner Bottom, Stainless
Liner, Bottom S/S
Liner Assy, S/S
2
4
3
5
7
8
1
6
Figure 32
37
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
ELECTRICAL
COMPONENTS
LOCATED IN CONTROL
MODULE
REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
1. Remove bottom trim cover.
2. Remove control compartment cover.
3. Close doors and pull control module forĆ
ward.
4. Remove wires from defective component.
5. Loosen screws attaching component to
control module.
6. Replace by reversing above procedure. reĆ
SOLID STATE DIGITAL CONTROLS
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
fer to wiring diagram at rear of oven to asĆ
sure correct reconnection of wires.
P/N
PART DESCRIPTION
24684
24685
30662
20442
16605
90034
4812
20662
21068
30658
30667
24920
11034
15847
M7970
36584
NOTE:
Knob, Mode
Knob, Adjust
Switch, Pushbutton Mom Kit
Fuseholder, 30A, Class CC
Fuse, 10A, 600V, Class CC
Grounding Lug Kit
Screw, Tap #10-16 x .375
Plug Assy, Quick Disconnect
Switch, Rotary 4 Position
Control, Solid State Digital Assy
Control Panel and Decal Assy
Harness, Wiring (not shown)
Screw, Mach #8-32 x 3/16
Grommet, Rubber 11/16
Label Supply Connect
Conversion Kit to SSD from Intellihold
For units before 07/12/02 you must
convert unit to SSD. Intellihold
controller is no longer available.
9
12
8
10
7
11
1
6
5
2
13
3
3
4
Figure 33
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
38
INTELLIHOLD CONTROLS
(REQUIRES 2 SPEED MOTOR, CAPACITOR AND BLOWER SWITCH)
ITEM
1
P/N
PART DESCRIPTION
ITEM
Controller, Intellihold (12 Key)
Control is no longer available. For units
manufactured before 07/12/02 please
page 37 for conversion kit. Other service
parts listed still available)
Probe, Temperature RTD
Knob, Temperature Control (2 Per Oven)
Contactor, Mercury, 208Ć240/440V,
3 Pole, 30 Amp, 3 PH
Switch, Rocker, DPST, Black
Fuseholder, 15 amp, Class G
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
23390
NOTE:
2
23392
21443
19634
3
4
19620
20163
12
P/N
20162
16037
18868
15934
20662
15847
90034
18651
22043
34289
23401
PART DESCRIPTION
Fuse, 10 amp, 300v, Class G
Light, Indicator, Red, 250v, Round
Switch, Rotary, 3 Position
Knob, Control, Selector Switch
Plug Assy, Quick Disconnect
Grommet, Rubber 11/16
Lug, Grounding
Contactor, Mercury, 208V, 2 Pole, 60 Amp, 1 PH
Harness, Wiring (Intellihold)
Control Panel and Decal Assy
Access Panel
7
10
12
8
11
4
5
3
9
6
2
Control is no longer
available. For units
manufactured before
07/12/02 please page
37 for conversion kit.
1
Figure 34
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
39
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
ITEM
P/N
33245
33244
20322
20319
16727
32244
17754
17248
17218
17556
17474
18651
PART DESCRIPTION
P/N
ITEM
Element Assy, 208V
Element Assy, 240V
Element Assy, 440V
Element Assy, 480V
Harness, Element
Motor, 230V, 2SP, 1/3 HP
Transformer w/Screws
Harness, Transformer
Base Assy, Transformer Mount
Terminal Block, 90 Amp
Socket & Reflector, Lamp
Contactor, Mercury, 208V, 2 Pole
60 Amp, 1 PH
19634
90047
21430
90034
35919
19620
6497
18868
16686
20162
20163
16037
4342
PART DESCRIPTION
Contactor, Mercury, 208Ć240/440V, 3 Pole,
30 Amp, 3 PH
Socket & Screw, Disconnect
Fan, Axial 230V
Grounding Lug
Microswitch Assy, Replaces 19978
Rocker Switch DPST Black
Rocker Switch SPST White (Lights)
Switch Rotary, 3 Position
Knob, Selector Switch
Fuse
Fuse Holder
Indicator Light, Red, Cook Only
Lamp, 50 Watt, 125V
EXTERIOR COMPONENTS
ITEM
P/N
PART DESCRIPTION
22403
16470
23401
Trim, Bottom S/S
Nameplate, Blodgett 10"
Control Access Panel, S/S
Back Panel, Solid S/S (See Note)
NOTE:
These must be ordered together to get
the complete back panel assembly.
Drawing, Qty 1
Screws, Qty 12
Backsheet Support, Qty 2
Louvered Backsheet S/S, Qty 1
D17826
15247
17755
22581
ITEM
P/N
8600
8598
33194
92000
7847
16002
5779
19528
31013
15488
15489
31803
34874
33484
30412
PART DESCRIPTION
Legs, 6" w/Bolts, Stainless (Set of 4)
Legs, 25" w/Bolts, S/S (Set of 4)
Legs, Seismic 25" S/S
Studs, Leg (Set of 4)
Bolts, Leg (Set of 8)
Caster Kit, Single Oven (Set of 4)
Caster Kit w/Plate, Double Oven (Set of 4)
Caster Kit, Low Profile (Set of 4)
Caster Kit, Heavy Duty Low Profile (Set of 4)
Foot, Leg Black (Each)
Foot, Leg Stainless (Each)
Clips, Double Stacking (Set of 2)
Flue Connector Kit
Torx Bit, Security T30
Torx Bit, Security T25
40
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
DOOR SWITCH
REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
S Remove bottom trim cover.
S Remove wires from door switch.
S Loosen locknut securing door
switch to bracket and remove.
S Replace by reversing above proceĆ
dures.
S Refer to door switch adjustment
procedures in this manual to assure
proper operation prior to replaceĆ
ment of the bottom trim cover.
Figure 35
OVEN COMPARTMENT
LIGHT
REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
S Remove racks and rack support.
S Remove 10 screws.
S Remove stainless steel window trim
and glass window unit together.
S Replace defective lamps with 50
watt bake oven lamps.
S Replace by reversing above proceĆ
dure.
PANELMOUNT FUSE
Figure 36
REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
S Screw type knob - rotate counterĆ
clockwise and pull forward.
S Bayonet type knob - push in, rotate
counterclockwise 90_ and pull forĆ
ward.
S Replace defective fuse with a Class
CC, 10 amp time delay fuse.
S Replace by reversing above proceĆ
dure.
Figure 37
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
ELECTRICAL SERVICE HOOK-UP
SIDE VIEW MARK V (DOUBLE)
Figure 38
41
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
42
ELECTRICAL SERVICE HOOK-UP
SIDE VIEW
SEE NOTE A
NOTE A
TOP VIEW
MARK V-111 H & MARK V-112
3
MARK V-11HD & MARK V-112HD
7½
Figure 39
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
43
44
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
45
112 SERIES OVENS ARE TWO 111 SERIES STACKED AND WIRED SEPARATELY
SERIES 111 AND 112 ARE ELECTRICALLY IDENTICAL
46
SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REQUIRED ACCESSORIES:
(1) SET OF SHIP DECK LEGS
(5) OVEN RACKS EACH SECTION
47
48
REPLACEMENT PARTS
PARTS FURNISHED BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY
THE G.S. BLODGETT CO., INC.
SOLID STATE DIGITAL CONTROL
21068
Mode Switch Mfg Part No. ASR-4167-26 General Electric
30658
Temperature Controller Mfg Part No. Y9005 Athena Controls 5145 Campus Drive, Plymouth Meeting, PA
35702
Door Interlock Switch Mfg Part No. HBS2KHB65R541YU, C&K Components, Inc, Santa Ana, CA
18588
Temperature Probe Mfg Part No. 140-60146-01 FAST Controls 905 Honeyspot Rd, Stratford, CT 06615
30662
Push Button Switch and Contact Block, Mfg Part No. RT0200/F50 Alcoswitch, Division of Tyco Electronics
32244
Blower Motor 230 VAC 2-Speed with Switch, Mfg Part No 8-187738-01 A.O. Smith Corporation 11270
W. Park Place, Milwakee WI 53224
REPLACEMENT PARTS
49
PARTS FURNISHED BUT NOT MANUFACTURED BY
THE G.S. BLODGETT CO., INC.
12 KEY INTELLIHOLD CONTROL
4342
Lamp, Oven. Mfg Part No. WĆHSE50A19/32, Westinghouse, Bloomfield, NJ 07003
4700
Rack Support. Mfg Part No. 4700, Marlboro Wire Co., 406 Lincoln Street, Marlboro, MA 01752
4701
Rack. Mfg Part No. 4701, Marlboro Wire Co., 406 Lincoln Street, Marlboro, MA 01752
9036
Door Window. Mfg Part No. 1001426, Mills Product, 33106 West Eight Mile Road, P.O. Box 554, FarmingĆ
ton, MI 48024
3574
Block Terminal. Mfg Part No. 1104Ć113, Marathon Special Products Corp., 13297 Van Camp Road, BowlĆ
ing Green, OH 43402
20350
Buzzer, 240V, .05A. Mfg Part No. CAT. 1064ĆR5, Edwards Co., Norwalk, CT 06856
35919
Switch, Door Mfg Part No. YAĆ2RW1243Ć06, Microswitch, II West Spring Street, Freeport, ILL 61032
6498
Switch, Light. Mfg Part No. CĆTIGA51Ć1SĆWHXY04, Carlingswitch Inc., 505 New Part Ave., W. Hartford, CT
06110
15400
Motor, 1/3 HP, 200Ć230 VAC. 50/60 Hz, 2 Speed. Mfg Part No. 8Ć158174ĆXX, Century Electric Inc., 465 BouĆ
levard, Elmwood, NJ 07407
15930
Quick Disconnect, 15 Amp. Mfg Part No. P2GĆ5409ĆSB, Beau Products Vernitron Electrical Co., 117 Union
Ave, Laconia, NH 03246
15931
Connector Socket, 15 Amp. Mfg Part No. SIGĆ5409ĆSB, Beau Products Vernitron Electrical Co., 117 Union
Ave, Laconia, NH 03246
16037
Light, Indicator. Mfg Part NO. 5TF2LRN2. Solico Sorenson Lighted Controls, Inc., 75 Locust St., P.O. Box
14756, Hartford, Connecticut 06114
16606
Fuse, 10 Amp. Mfg Part No. KTKĆRĆ10, McGrawĆEdision Co., Bussman Division, 298 Manchester St.,
Manchester, NH 03103
17754
Transformer. Mfg Part No. 50Ć1000Ć134, Dongan Electric Manufacturing Co., 3987 Franklin St. Detroit, MI
48207
17857
Switch, Blower, SPOT. Mfg Part NO. CĆTILB51Ć1SĆBLXY01, Carlingswitch Inc., 505 New Part Ave., W. HartĆ
ford, CT 06110
23392
Probe, Temperature. Mfg Part No. 223Ć11188Ć1, Quantum Corp., 1457 Lower Ferry Rd., Trenton, NJ
08628
21431
Fan, Axial 230V. Mfg Part No. 51760Ć22B, General Industries, P.O. Box 4002, Olive & Taylor Streets, Elyria,
OH 44036
19634
Contactor, Mercury 20 AMP. Mfg Part No. 303VAPS208AC0V, Durakool Inc., 101 North Main Street P.O.
Box 280 Elkhart, Indiana 46515
23390
Controller, Temperature, 12ĆKey. Mfg Part No. 100Ć00293Ć07, Robertshaw Controls, 942 Brooks Avenue,
Holland, MI 49423 Part No. 100Ć00293Ć07 Robertshaw Controls, 943 Brooks Avenue, Holland, MI 49423
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ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT WARRANTY
The Blodgett Oven Company warrants to the original user its ovens, gas fired or
electrically-heated, in a standard warranty for eighteen (18) months from the
date of original shipment from the factory.
The Blodgett Oven Company agrees to pay any Authorized Service Agency and
Parts Distributor (ASAPD) within the Continental United States for any labor reĆ
quired to repair, or replace at our option, any part which proves to be defective
due to defects in material or workmanship during the warranty period. This warĆ
ranty does include travel time, not to exceed two (2) hours and mileage not to exĆ
ceed fifty (50) miles, but does not include those items we stated in our warranty
policy to be the obligation of the dealer or installer.
This warranty does not cover any light bulbs or defects due to or resulting from
handling, abuse, misuse or harsh chemical action, 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. Adjustments such as calibrations, leveling, tightening of fasteners or
plumbing connections normally associated with original installation are the reĆ
sponsibility of the dealer or installer and not that of the Corporation.
The Corporation shall not be liable, directly or indirectly, under any circumstances
for consequential or incidental damages, including, but not limited to:(i) any loss
of business or profits, and (ii) labor, material or other charges, claims, losses or
damages incurred or suffered from, in connection with or in consequences of the
working upon, alteration, or repair of any such defective products or parts by perĆ
sons or firms other than the Corporation.
BLODGETT OVEN COMPANY 44 Lakeside Avenue Burlington, Vermont 05401 U.S.A .
Telephone: 1-800-331-5842 (802) 658-6600 Fax: (802) 864-0183
A Division of G. S. Blodgett Corporation
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