Cleveland Range CR28 Convection Oven User Manual

Installation Manual
Installation Instructions
Gas Convection Rotisserie and Holding Oven
Models: CR32, CR32-DD, CR32-FP, CR32-FFP
CR28, CR28-DD, CR28-FP, CR28-FFP (CR32 Shown)
1333 East 179th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
Phone: (216) 481-4900
Fax: (216) 481 3782
Part No. CR-INM REV. A 06/01
FOR THE INSTALLER
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline
or other flammable vapors or
liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
WARNING
Disconnect power before servicing
WARNING
Improper
installation,
adjustment,
alterations, service or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death.
Read the installation, operating and
maintenance instructions thoroughly
before installing or servicing this
equipment.
IMPORTANT
IT IS IMPORTANT, TO POST INSTRUCTIONS, WHICH ARE TO BE
FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS. THESE
INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE LOCATED IN A PROMINENT LOCATION, AND
BE FULLY UNDERSTOOD BY ALL USERS OF THIS EQUIPMENT. THIS
INFORMATION SHOULD BE OBTAINED FROM YOUR LOCAL GAS
SUPPLIER.
ALL SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED CLEVELAND
RANGE AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN.
The wiring diagram is located on the back of the right side panel.
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR YOUR REFERENCE
Installation Manual
Rotisserie Oven and CBS-32 Stand
or CR-334 Warming Cabinet
Important SAFETY
Information
WARNING:
Improper installation of the rotisserie could result
in BODILY INJURY or DEATH as well as
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE. Improper installation
also will void the equipment warranty.
Limit of Liability
In no event shall Cleveland Range assume any
liability for consequential damage or injury resulting
from installations which are not in strict compliance
with our instructions, and with applicable codes.
Ensure Safe Operation – All Personnel
Must Be Properly Trained
Qualified Persons
Cleveland Range products are intended for
installation, operation, care and maintenance by
professionally trained personnel only.
DO NOT allow unqualified persons to install,
operate, maintain, or repair the rotisserie. Any
repair of the rotisserie must be done by a Cleveland
Range Authorized Service organization.
Proper Training
Specifically, Cleveland Range will not assume any
liability for damage resulting from improper
installation of equipment including, but not limited
to, temporary installations.
All rotisserie operators must be trained according to
the operation and cleaning procedures provided in
the Rotisserie Operation Manual. Those
procedures must be supplemented with any
additional actions consistent with the safe operation
and care of professional food preparation
equipment.
Ensure Safe Installation
Introduction
The rotisserie is designed and built to comply with
all applicable national certification codes.
Cleveland Range is not responsible for loss of
certification if installed contrary to any prevailing
codes.
When NOT to Install
To remain safe to operate, the unit MUST NOT be
installed:
• Contradictory to our instructions, requirements,
and specifications.
• In violation of any applicable national, state or
local codes.
• In temporary locations.
• If the equipment is damaged or suspected of
damage during shipment or storage.
• If the equipment has been altered from its
original factory configuration.
• If the equipment has undergone any improper
and unauthorized repair, maintenance, or
service.
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This guide describes how to install a Rotisserie
Convection Oven.
Proper support for the oven consists of either the
CBS-32 stand or the CR-334 Warming cabinet.
(Instructions for installing the warming cabinet are
in a separate guide, shipped with the unit.) The
oven must be properly bolted to the stand or
cabinet. A drain kit is supplied so the drip pan at
the bottom of the oven can be plumbed through the
stand or cabinet to a bucket or basin.
The cabinet and stand have 4 casters (2 lockable
casters up front). Caster shims are supplied to
level the unit. The stand and cabinet are equipped
with a metal eye for restraining the unit to the wall
(required for movable gas appliances).
CONTENTS:
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Note to the Owner About Safety and Warranty
Note to the Installer
Preparing the Site
Assembling the Oven to the Stand
Installing the Drain Kit
• Leveling and final Connections
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About the Warranty
Protect Your Warranty Coverage
The Cleveland Range warranty reprinted in this
manual requires the rotisserie to be properly
installed, maintained, and operated.
If these responsibilities are not met, the Limited
and/or Extended Limited Warranty coverage may
be adversely affected.
Notes for the Installer:
Before you Begin
Understand Installation Requirements
Read this installation guide completely before
beginning installation. Follow all safety precautions
and instructions. Comply with all applicable
national, state and local codes.
This guide must be used together with your
professional experience and a thorough
understanding of the codes.
The instructions given in this guide are for qualified
trade professionals only: we do not include all the
procedures that are in the common domain of
licensed plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, and
experienced food service equipment installers.
The installation of this oven must conform with the
Basic Plumbing Code of the Building Officials and
Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA), the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (latest
edition) or the Natural Gas Installation Code
CAN/CGA-B-149.1 or the Propane Installation Code
CAN/CGA-B-149.2 as applicable.
Factors That May Void or Adversely Affect
Warranty Coverage
Several installation and operation factors have in
the past affected warranty coverage, most
commonly those listed below. Make sure these
factors are properly resolved before placing the unit
into operation.
• Incorrect electrical and gas Supply
• Equipment Not Properly Leveled
• Inadequate Cooling and Ventilation
• Inadequate Side and Back Clearances
The National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70
(latest edition) or the Canadian Electrical Code,
CSA C22.2 as applicable, the Food Service
Sanitation Manual of the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA) and all applicable state and
local codes and regulations.
Unpack, Inspect, and Store the Equipment Until
Ready to Install
After receiving each piece of Cleveland Range
equipment for the installation, the shipping carton(s)
should be inspected. If no damage is found or
suspected, the units should be stored in a dry, outof-the-way location, in their protective cartons, until
the site has been prepared for installation.
DO NOT Install Damaged Equipment
If shipping damage is discovered or suspected,
prepare a shipping damage claim:
• Notify the delivery carrier.
• Write down a damage description right
away, for use with claim forms later.
• Arrange for the carrier representative to
examine the damage.
• Fill out all appropriate claim forms; get
examining carrier’s signature and date.
Save This Manual
Keep This Manual for Future Reference
Fill in the information at right and keep this manual
(along with a copy of the Operation Manual) in the
owner’s files.
Model:___________ Ser. #:_______________
Installed By: ___________________________
Installing
Date: ___________Organization:__________
Startup By: ____________________________
Startup
Date: ___________Organization: __________
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Preparing the Site – General Information
Assure Sufficient Clearances
Clearances specified for the oven on the rating
label are required for the proper cooling,
ventilation, and combustion air supply. Make sure
nothing obstructs the flow of combustion and
ventilation air. Depending on the number of units
being installed, make sure there is enough
clearance between each unit, and from walls to the
sides and to the rear. Failure to provide the
necessary clearance may void the manufacturer’s
warranty. A proper air supply for combustion and
ventilation is critical to safe, efficient operation of
the oven.
Equipment Leveling
For proper operation and water pan drainage, the
equipment must be level. Use the leveling spacers
provided with the casters. Install leveling
spacers so that equipment is level when rolled
into its final location.
Restraining Cables
Restraining cables must be installed to limit the
movement of the appliance and protect flexible gas
lines from breakage on gas appliances with
casters. Anchor the cables into wall studs and
connect them to the eyelets provided in the stand
or warming cabinet. The installation shall be made
with a connector that complies with the Standard
for Connectors for Movable Gas Appliances, ANSI
Z21.69 or Connectors for Moveable Gas
Appliances, CAN/CGA-6.16, and a quickdisconnect device that complies with the Standard
for Quick-Disconnect Devices for Use With Gas
Fuel, ANSI Z21.41, or Quick Disconnect Devices
for Use with Gas Fuel, CAN1-6.9.
Provide a Powered Exhaust Hood
Code requires an exhaust hood. The hood must
meet dimension requirements, and must have
adequate exhaust capacity, based on the
combined BTU output of the ovens. Never make
a direct connection to the oven exhaust vent.
Fire Safety
Do not store or leave combustible materials near
the oven. Consult your local codes for fire
protection requirements. Gas Leak Instructions
must be posted. Your gas utility can supply a sign
or the appropriate wording for a sign.
Preparing the Site – Gas and Electrical Services
Gas Pressure
Test the building’s gas supply pressure. It must
meet Cleveland Range’s specifications. (See
pages 5-8.) If gas pressure is too high, install a
pressure regulator (excess pressure will damage
the equipment) – if too low, notify the gas company
to raise pressure to specs.
Gas Flow
Sufficient gas flow is important to oven
performance. During peaks hours of operation gas
flow may be insufficient if pipe diameter is too
small. Feed a multiple-oven installation with a
manifold-type gas supply line sized properly for
good flow.
Gas Plumbing
Provide a shut-off valve, drip leg, and flexible
supply line for each oven. Use appropriate ¾-inch
IPS plumbing components. Follow applicable
codes. Seal all threaded joints with suitable joint
compound, resistant to the action of liquefied
petroleum gases.
Gas Leak Tests
After completing the gas plumbing, close all oven
shut-off valves and test all upstream joints under
pressure, using a soap-rich water solution. Repair
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all leaks and retest. The steamer must be isolated
from the gas supply system during any pressure
testing as follows: (1) The appliance and its main
manual shut-off valve must be disconnected from
the gas supply piping system during any pressure
testing of the system at test pressures in excess of
14” water column (1/2 psi or 3.45 kPa). (2) The
appliance must be isolated from the gas supply
piping system by closing its main manual shut-off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply
piping system at test pressure equal to or less than
14” water column (1/2 psi or 3.45 kPA).
Electrical Supply: Oven
Each oven is equipped with a 120V/15A-power
cord, with a three-prong (grounding) plug for
protection against shock hazard. It should be
plugged directly into a properly grounded threeprong receptacle. Do not cut off or remove the
grounding prong from the plug. (Some local codes
may require a different form of disconnect.)
Electrical Supply: Optional Warmer
The CR-334 warming cabinet can draw up to 30
amps, and must be provided with a suitable
grounded branch circuit and outlet. The power
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cord supplied with the warmer has a NEMA type
L5-30P plug.
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Assembling the Oven to Stand
(If not pre-assembled, see dwgs. 260AMT & 260ANN)
Note: Instructions for assembling the oven to
the optional CR-334 warming cabinet are in a
separate guide, shipped with that unit.
Before beginning to assemble the 2 components,
inspect the equipment for damage. Do not install
damaged equipment.
Remove all tape and protective film from the oven
and the stand.
Find – and set aside – all packaged components,
such as the installation/Drain kit, rotisserie spits,
baskets, tools, etc. Locate the Installation/Drain Kit
(P/N 107442) and unpack all parts. (Drawing
260ANN has a list of all drain kit parts.)
Install the 4 casters to each leg of the stand – put
the 2 locking casters at the front of the unit. (After
the assembly is in place, caster spacers will need
to be installed to level the unit.
With a lift truck, or other safe means, lift the oven
onto the stand. Position the oven so that the
mounting holes in the stand and the oven line up.
(The oven overlaps the stand at the sides and rear
by 1/8-inch and at the front by 1-3/4-inch.)
Bolt the 2 units together with the 3/8-inch hardware
provided. Insert the hardware from below, through
the stand. Thread the bolts into the weldnuts in
the bottom of the oven and tighten.
Installing the Drain Kit
(If not pre-installed, see dwg. 260ANN)
The oven is equipped at the factory with an elbow
on the drain pan. It is angled downward and
toward the rear, and is sealed against leaks.
During installation of the drain kit, be careful not to
break this seal. When assembling the drain kit
components, use a suitable sealant on all threaded
joints.
Install the 1-by-4 inch pipe nipple (item #3) to the
drain pan elbow.
Apply a bead of RTV adhesive/sealant around the
top surface perimeter of the drain blockoff plate
(item #2), and slide over the nipple. Position the
plate to block the opening between the stand and
the interior of the oven, and adhere it to the base.
This blockoff is required to maintain sanitary
certification.
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Install the hose barb fitting (item #5) into the drain
valve (item #4). Next, install the drain valve onto
the nipple. Position the valve for easy operator
access from the front of the stand. Make sure it
can be opened and closed without obstruction.
Assemble the drain tube (item #8) and the hose,
using the double wire hose clamp (item #6). Then
connect the hose to the hose barb, using the other
hose clamp.
Some CBS-32 stands will be shipped with 1 or 2
optional side panels. Install these if supplied.
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Move Unit Into Place, Level It,
and Finish the Installation
Move the unit into its desired location, no closer
than 3-inches from the rear wall for single door
units and 36-inches for double door units, and 3
inches from another unit or a side wall. For hearth
installation, back of unit may be in contact with
non-combustible hearth wall opening.
Install the gas appliance restraining cable (not
supplied by Manufacturer). Make sure the cable is
short enough to prevent the flexible gas line from
ever being pulled tight and being subject to
rupture.
If right side clearance is limited to 3”, there must be
adequate space to roll unit out for service access.
Using a level and the caster spacers provided in
the drain installation kit, (if drain kit is pre-installed,
caster spacers will be supplied in rotisserie cooking
cavity), level the unit. Do not shim any caster more
than 7/8-inch. Be sure to tighten the caster
retaining bolts.
Safety Precautions Before
Startup and Checkout
CAUTION
The Performance Checkout consists of tests to
make sure the oven is functioning properly and
safely. It should be performed only by qualified
Cleveland Range authorized technicians, familiar
with the operation, troubleshooting, and repair of
the Rotisserie oven. This service is provided by
Cleveland Range, Inc. at no cost. Contact either
your local distributor or the factory for information
on who the closest Cleveland Range authorized
service agency is to schedule the performance
checkout and start-up.
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Make Sure Electrical Power Stays Off Until
Startup Procedure is Initiated
If power is supplied from a standard wall outlet,
leave the unit unplugged. If the electrical power is
supplied through a disconnect, make sure the
disconnect is securely off.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
CLEVELAND RANGE products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use and service for the standard warranty period of one year from date of
installation or 18 months from date of shipment, which ever comes first.
CLEVELAND RANGE agrees to repair or replace, at its option, f.o.b. factory, any part which proves to be
defective due to defects in material or workmanship during the warranty period, providing the equipment has
been unaltered, and has been PROPERLY INSTALLED, MAINTAINED, AND OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE CLEVELAND RANGE OWNER’S MANUAL.
CLEVELAND RANGE agrees to pay any FACTORY AUTHORIZED EQUIPMENT SERVICE AGENCY (within the
continental United States, and Hawaii) for reasonable labor required to repair or replace, at our option, f.o.b.
factory, any part which proves to be defective due to defects in material or workmanship, during the labor
warranty period. This warranty includes travel time not to exceed two hours and mileage not to exceed 50 miles
(100 miles round-trip), BUT DOES NOT INCLUDE POST START-UP, TIGHTENING LOOSE FITTINGS, MINOR
ADJUSTMENTS, MAINTENANCE, CLEANING OR DESCALING.
The standard labor warranty allows factory payments of reasonable labor required to repair or replace such
defective parts. Cleveland Range will not reimburse the expense of labor required to repair or replacement of
parts after the standard warranty period, unless an Extended Labor Warranty Contract has been purchased to
cover the equipment for the balance of the warranty period from the date of equipment installation, start-up, or
demonstration.
PROPER INSTALLATION IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DEALER, THE OWNER-USER, OR INSTALLING
CONTRACTOR, AND IS NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY. Many local codes exist, and it is the
responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with these codes. Cleveland Range equipment is built to
comply with applicable standards for manufactures, including UL, A.G.A., NSF, ASME/Ntl. Bd., CSA, CGA, ETL,
and others.
Boiler (Steam Generator) MAINTENANCE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER-USER AND IS NOT
COVERED BE THIS WARRANTY. The use of good quality feed water is the responsibility of the Owner-User
(see Water Quality Recommendations below). THE USE OF POOR QUALITY FEED WATER WILL VOID
EQUIPMENT WARRANTIES. Boiler maintenance supplies, including boiler hand gaskets, are not warranted
beyond the first 90 days after the date the equipment is placed into service. Preventive maintenance records
must be available showing descaling per the applicable Cleveland Operators Manual for Boiler Proration
Program considerations.
WATER QUALITY RECOMMENDATIONS
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS
Less than 60 parts per million
TOTAL ALKALINITY
Less than 20 parts per million
SILICA
Less than 13 parts per million
CHLORIDE
Less than 30 parts per million
pH factor
Greater than 7.5
The foregoing shall constitute the sole and exclusive remedy of original purchaser and the full liability of
Cleveland Range for any breach of warranty. THE FOREGOING IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL, OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF PERFORMANCE,
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PURPOSE, AND SUPERSEDES AND EXCLUDES ANY ORAL
WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, OR WRITTEN WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, NOT
EXPRESSLY DESIGNATED IN WRITING AS A “WARRANTY” OR “GUARANTEE” OF CLEVELAND RANGE MADE
OR IMPLIED IN ANY MANUAL, LITERATURE, ADVERTISING BROCHURE OR OTHER MATERIALS.
CLEVELAND RANGE’S liability on any claim of any kind, including negligence, with respect to the goods or
services covered hereunder, shall in no case exceed the price of the goods or services, or part thereof, which
gives rise to the claim. IN NO EVENT SHALL CLEVELAND RANGE BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES IN THE NATURE OF PENALTIES.
LIMITED EXTENDED WARRANTY COVERAGE
The purchase of a Limited Extended Warranty Contract extends the standard warranty coverage to the
purchased period of time (one to two years) from the date of installation, start-up, or demonstration, whichever
is sooner.
An additional two years Parts and Labor Warranty can be purchased with each piece of Cleveland
equipment for an additional 2% of the List Price per year. The 2% of list price charge will be the net invoice
amount for each year of extended warranty purchased.
Extended warranty must be purchased at the same time the equipment is purchased.
Extended Warranty has the same exclusions as stated in our standard warranty.