Frigidaire FASE7074NR Washer/Dryer User Manual

35 Series Gas Fryers
Service & Parts Manual
Frymaster, a member of the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association, recommends
using CFESA Certified Technicians.
24-Hour Service Hotline 1-800-551-8633
819-5795
March 2003
NOTICE
IF, DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, THE CUSTOMER USES A PART FOR THIS ENODIS
EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN AN UNMODIFIED NEW OR RECYCLED PART PURCHASED
DIRECTLY FROM FRYMASTER/DEAN, OR ANY OF ITS AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTERS,
AND/OR THE PART BEING USED IS MODIFIED FROM ITS ORIGINAL CONFIGURATION, THIS
WARRANTY WILL BE VOID. FURTHER, FRYMASTER/DEAN AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIMS, DAMAGES OR EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE CUSTOMER WHICH
ARISE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DUE TO THE INSTALLATION OF
ANY MODIFIED PART AND/OR PART RECEIVED FROM AN UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.
NOTICE
This appliance is intended for professional use only and is to be operated by qualified
personnel only. A Frymaster/DEAN Factory Authorized Service Center (FASC) or other qualified
professional should perform installation, maintenance, and repairs. Installation, maintenance,
or repairs by unqualified personnel may void the manufacturer’s warranty. See Chapter 1 of
this manual for definitions of qualified personnel.
NOTICE
This equipment must be installed in accordance with the appropriate national and local codes of
the country and/or region in which the appliance is installed. See NATIONAL CODE
REQUIREMENTS in Chapter 2 of this manual for specifics.
NOTICE TO U.S. CUSTOMERS
This equipment is to be installed in compliance with the basic plumbing code of the Building
Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA) and the Food Service Sanitation
Manual of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
NOTICE
Drawings and photos used in this manual are intended to illustrate operational, cleaning and
technical procedures and may not conform to onsite management operational procedures.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF UNITS EQUIPPED WITH COMPUTERS
U.S.
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. While
this device is a verified Class A device, it has been shown to meet the Class B limits.
CANADA
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A or B limits for radio noise emissions as set
out by the ICES-003 standard of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Cet appareil numerique n’emet pas de bruits radioelectriques depassany les limites de classe A
et B prescrites dans la norme NMB-003 edictee par le Ministre des Communcations du Canada.
DANGER
Improper installation, adjustment, maintenance or service, and unauthorized alterations or
modifications can cause property damage, injury, or death. Read the installation, operating,
and service instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment. Only qualified
service personnel may convert this appliance to use a gas other than that for which it was
originally configured.
DANGER
No structural material on the fryer should be altered or removed to accommodate placement of
the fryer under a hood. Questions? Call the Frymaster/Dean Service Hotline at 1-800-551-8633.
DANGER
Adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of this appliance without depending
upon the gas line connection. Single fryers equipped with legs must be stabilized by installing
anchor straps. All fryers equipped with casters must be stabilized by installing restraining
chains. If a flexible gas line is used, an additional restraining cable must be connected at all
times when the fryer is in use.
The front ledge of the fryer is not a step!
from slips or contact with the hot oil.
DANGER
Do not stand on the fryer. Serious injury can result
DANGER
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
DANGER
Instructions to be followed in the event the operator smells gas or otherwise detects a gas leak
must be posted in a prominent location. This information can be obtained from the local gas
company or gas supplier.
DANGER
This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and/or birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
Operation, installation, and servicing of this product could expose you to airborne particles of
glasswool or ceramic fibers, crystalline silica, and/or carbon monoxide. Inhalation of airborne
particles of glasswool or ceramic fibers is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Inhalation of carbon monoxide is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
35 SERIES GAS FRYERS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: Service Procedures
1.1
Functional Description......................................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Accessing Fryer for Servicing ............................................................................. 1-2
1.3
Cleaning the Gas Valve Vent Tube ..................................................................... 1-2
1.4
Checking Burner Manifold Pressure.................................................................... 1-2
1.5
Adjusting Burner Ceramic Target Spacing and Alignment................................. 1-2
1.6
Adjusting Pilot Flame .......................................................................................... 1-3
1.7
Calibrating Thermostat Control ........................................................................... 1-3
1.8
Replacing Fryer Components .............................................................................. 1-5
1.8.1 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in Standard MJ35 Fryers........................... 1-5
1.8.2 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in G-Model Fryers .................................... 1-5
1.8.3 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in Standard MJ35 Fryers ........................ 1-6
1.8.4 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in G-Model Fryers .................................. 1-6
1.8.5 Replacing Burner Ceramic Targets...................................................................... 1-7
1.8.6 Replacing the Gas Valve...................................................................................... 1-8
1.8.7 Replacing Pilot Assembly or Thermopile............................................................ 1-8
1.8.8 Replacing the Frypot.......................................................................................... 1-10
1.9
Troubleshooting and Problem Isolation............................................................. 1-11
1.9.1 Pilot Failures ...................................................................................................... 1-12
1.9.2 Problems Related to the Gas and/or Electrical Current ..................................... 1-12
1.9.3 Problems Related to the Electrical Circuits ....................................................... 1-13
1.9.4 Problems Related to the Gas Valve ................................................................... 1-13
1.9.5 Improper Burner Functioning ............................................................................ 1-14
1.9.6 Improper Temperature Control .......................................................................... 1-15
1.9.7 Filtration Problems............................................................................................. 1-15
1.9.8 Leakage .............................................................................................................. 1-17
1.9.9 Basket Lift Malfunctions ................................................................................... 1-17
Binding/Jamming Problems............................................................................... 1-18
Motor Problems ................................................................................................. 1-18
Electrical Problems ............................................................................................ 1-18
Bell Crank Basket Lift Wiring Diagram............................................................ 1-18
1.10 Probe Resistance Chart ...................................................................................... 1-19
CHAPTER 2: Parts List
Accessories ...................................................................................................................... 2-1
Basket Lift........................................................................................................................ 2-2
Cabinetry.......................................................................................................................... 2-3
Drain System Components .............................................................................................. 2-4
Filter Boxes...................................................................................................................... 2-6
Filter Pans ........................................................................................................................ 2-7
Frypots ............................................................................................................................. 2-8
Gas Valves and Burner Components ............................................................................. 2-10
Oil Return Plumbing Components................................................................................. 2-12
Power Shower and Oil Return Handle Components...................................................... 2-14
Thermostats, Timer, and Related Components.............................................................. 2-15
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35 SERIES GAS FRYERS
CHAPTER 1: SERVICE PROCEDURES
1.1
Functional Description
The 35 Series fryers contain a welded steel (stainless or cold-rolled) frypot that is directly heated by
gas flames that are diffused evenly over its lower surface by ceramic deflectors (targets).
The flames originate from orifices in a U-shaped burner manifold positioned beneath the frypot.
The orifice diameters differ for natural and LP gas as indicated in the accompanying table.
35 Series Orifice Sizes (0-1999 ft/609 m)
Gas
Inches
Millimeters
Natural (G20/25)
0.0669
1.70mm
LP (G31)
0.0413
1.05mm
Gas flow to the manifold is regulated by an electromechanical gas valve. This series of fryers is
equipped with a millivolt gas valve and all models use a pilot ignition system.
Pilot Ignition System
The pilot ignition system is made up of the pilot orifice, pilot hood, and a thermopile. The pilot
serves two purposes: light the burner and heat the thermopile. In operation, the thermopile is in contact with the pilot flame and generates millivolts. The millivolt output passes through a normally
closed high-limit switch and energizes the gas valve pilot coil, which in turn opens the pilot valve.
If the pilot flame is extinguished, voltage is lost to the gas valve pilot coil and the pilot valve closes
Control Options
The temperature control knob on FM/MJ35 fryers is located behind the hinged front panel, out of
sight. On FM/MJ35G fryers, the knob is exposed on the face of the front panel. The MJ35G model
may be equipped with optional basket lifts. The basket lift option requires an electrical power
supply.
Thermostats
Fryers in this series are equipped with an adjustable controlling (operating) thermostat. The
temperature at which the thermostat opens and closes is adjusted by turning the temperature control
knob referenced above. The controlling thermostat used in the 35 Series fryers is sensitive to
one-degree changes in temperature.
All 35 Series fryers are equipped with a high-limit thermostat. In the event that the fryer fails to
properly control the oil temperature, the high-limit thermostat prevents the fryer from overheating to
the flash point. The high-limit thermostat acts as a normally closed power switch that opens when
exposed to temperatures above 425ºF to 450ºF (218ºC to 232ºC). The high-limit thermostat is the
same for CE and Non-CE applications, but the terminals for attaching it to the gas valve differ.
When a replacement high-limit thermostat is ordered, the terminals for both applications are
furnished in the kit.
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1.2
Accessing Fryers for Servicing
DANGER
Moving a fryer filled with cooking oil may cause spilling or splattering of the hot
liquid. Follow the draining instructions in Chapter 4 of this manual before
attempting to relocate a fryer for servicing.
1. Drain shortening from fryer.
2. Shut off the gas supply to the unit. Unplug the power cord(s) if equipped. Disconnect the unit
from the gas supply.
3. Remove any attached restraining devices.
4. Relocate the fryer for service accessibility.
5. After servicing is complete, reconnect the unit to the gas supply, reattach restraining devices, and
plug in the electrical cords.
6. Refill with shortening.
1.3
Cleaning the Gas Valve Vent Tube
Refer to Semi-Annual Checks and Services in Chapter 5, Preventive Maintenance, of the Installation
and Operation Manual (P/N 819-5776).
1.4
Checking the Burner Manifold Gas Pressure
Refer to Semi-Annual Checks and Services in Chapter 5, Preventive Maintenance, of the Installation
and Operation Manual (P/N 819-5776).
1.5
Adjusting Burner Ceramic Target Spacing and Alignment
DANGER
Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain valve before proceeding further.
Proper spacing of the top edge of the burner ceramic targets is ¾ inch (13 mm) from the frypot side.
To adjust target spacing, bend the brackets to which they are attached away or toward the frypot to
the proper distance. (A length of board of the proper thickness is useful as a gauge to verify spacing
and alignment.)
3/4-inch
There should be about 3/4-inch spacing between the
top edge of the targets and the side of the frypot.
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1.6
Adjusting the Pilot Flame
Non-CE Gas Valves
1. For Non-CE Gas Valves, remove the screw
from the pilot adjustment screw hole on the gas
valve.
2. Using a small, flat-tipped screwdriver, turn the
pilot adjustment screw counterclockwise to increase the length of the flame or clockwise to
decrease the length of the flame. Adjust flame
to a length of 1 to 1½ inches (25 to 38mm).
The pilot adjustment screw on the Non-CE
Honeywell valve is under this screw.
3. Reinstall the pilot adjustment screw cap.
CE Gas Valves
Using a small, flat-tipped screwdriver, turn the pilot
adjustment screw counterclockwise to increase the
length of the flame or clockwise to decrease the
length of the flame. Adjust flame to a length of 25
to 38mm.
The pilot adjustment on the CE valve is here.
1.7
Calibrating the Thermostat Control
On Standard MJ35 Fryers
1. Fill the frypot to the lower OIL-LEVEL line with cooking oil. If solid shortening is used, it must
be tightly packed into the frypot before starting calibration procedure.
2. Light the pilot. (Refer to Chapter 3 of the Installation and Operation Manual, P/N 819-5776 for
detailed lighting instructions.)
3. Insert a good grade thermometer or pyrometer into the frypot, about one inch from the
thermostat.
4. Set the thermostat to 325°F (162°C).
5. Let the burner cycle on and off three times.
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6. Take a pyrometer reading when the burners go off for the third time.
7. Loosen the setscrews in the thermostat knob and turn knob to the temperature established by the
pyrometer reading.
8. Allow burners to cycle on and off three more times and recheck pyrometer reading against
thermostat setting. Temperature readings should be within 5°F (2°C).
On G-Model Fryers
1. Fill the frypot to the lower OIL-LEVEL line with cooking oil. If solid shortening is used, it must
be tightly packed into the frypot.
2. Light the pilot. (Refer to Chapter 3 of the Installation and Operation Manual, P/N 819-5776, for
detailed lighting instructions.)
3. Insert a good grade thermometer or pyrometer into the frypot, about one inch from the
thermostat.
4. Set the thermostat to 325°F (162°C).
5. Allow the burners to cycle on and off three times. Compare the reading of the pyrometer to the
setting on the thermostat plate. The position of the knob on the thermostat and the reading from
the pyrometer should be within 5°F (2°C) of each other.
6. If not, loosen the setscrew and stop screw securing the thermostat shaft extension to the flexible
shaft. Remove the extension to expose the slot in the end of the flexible shaft. Use a flatblade
screwdriver to adjust the thermostat.
7. When the cooking oil temperature reaches 325ºF (162ºC), turn the flexible shaft slowly clockwise until the burner shuts off. (Turning the shaft counterclockwise causes the burner to light;
turning it clockwise causes it to shut off.)
8. Allow the fryer to sit for a few minutes, then slowly turn the flexible shaft counterclockwise
until the burner lights.
9. Repeat steps 6 and 7 at least three times to ensure an accurate setting is obtained. The thermostat
control is considered to be properly calibrated if the burner lights as the cooking oil cools to
325ºF (162ºC)—not when the burner shuts off as the temperature rises.
10. Once the calibration point of 325ºF (162ºC) is determined, allow the burner to cycle on and off at
least three times to be sure it will light at the calibrated temperature.
11. Carefully replace the thermostat shaft extension, ensuring that the stop screw is pointed straight
up. Tighten the stop screw and locking nut and the setscrew, being careful not to rotate the
flexible shaft.
CAUTION
The thermostat flexible shaft must not be rotated while installing the thermostat
shaft extension.
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12. Close the fryer control panel and replace the screws in the upper corners.
13. Reinstall the thermostat knob with its pointer aligned with the 325ºF (162ºC) index mark on the
temperature dial.
14. Reconnect the fryer to the electrical power supply.
1.8
Replacing Fryer Components
1.8.1 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in Standard MJ35 Fryers
1. Drain the fryer and turn the gas off.
2. Use an allen wrench to loosen setscrew at the side of the thermostat knob. Remove the
thermostat knob.
3. Remove the two setscrews on either side of the
thermostat shaft and remove the dial plate.
4. Disconnect the thermostat wires from gas valve.
5. Use a slotted socket to unscrew the thermostat
from the frypot.
6. Apply a small amount of Loctite™ PST56765
compound to the threads of the new thermostat
and screw it into the frypot, torquing to 180
inch-pounds.
Setscrews hold the knob and dial plate to the
thermostat. Use an allen wrench to remove both.
7. Recalibrate the thermostat (see Section 1.7).
CAUTION
The operating thermostat must be calibrated after installation is complete. Refer to
Section 1.7 for calibration instructions.
1.8.2 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in G-Model Fryers
1. Drain the fryer and turn the gas off.
2. Use an allen wrench to loosen the setscrews on
the side of the thermostat knob. Remove the
knob and the control panel.
3. Loosen the setscrew attaching the flexible shaft
to the thermostat shaft.
4. Remove the two setscrews that hold the flexible
shaft bracket in place. Remove the bracket and
the shaft.
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On G-Model fryers, the shaft connecting the exterior
thermostat knob to the frypot-mounted thermostat
must be disconnected.
5. Use a slotted socket to unscrew the thermostat from the frypot.
6. Apply a small amount of Loctite™ PST56765 compound to the threads of the new thermostat
and screw it into the frypot, torquing to 150 foot-pounds.
7. Recalibrate the thermostat (see Section 1.7).
CAUTION
The operating thermostat must be calibrated after installation is complete. Refer to
Section 1.7 for calibration instructions.
1.8.3 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in Standard MJ35 Fryers
1. Drain the fryer and turn the gas off.
2. Disconnect the wires at the gas valve.
3. Use a slotted socket to unscrew the high-limit
thermostat from the frypot.
4. Apply a small amount of Loctite™ PST56765
compound to the threads of the new thermostat.
The high-limit thermostat on the standard MJ35 is
located below the thermostat dial.
5. Screw the replacement thermostat into the frypot, torquing to 180 inch-pounds.
1.8.4 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in G Series Fryers
1. Drain the fryer and turn the gas off.
2. Disconnect basket lift- or filter-equipped fryers
from the electrical power supply.
3. Disconnect the thermostat wires from the gas
valve.
4. Use a slotted socket to unscrew the thermostat
from the frypot.
On G-Model fryers, the high-limit thermostat is
accessed through the cabinet dooor.
5. Apply a small amount of Loctite™ PST56765 compound to the threads of the new thermostat.
6. Screw the replacement thermostat into the frypot, torquing to 180 inch-pounds.
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1.8.5 Replacing Burner Ceramic Targets
DANGER
Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain valve before proceeding further.
1.
Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power
and gas supplies.
2.
On FM35 fryers, remove sections of the
square-drain as necessary to expose the burner.
3.
Disconnect the wires from the gas valve
terminal block and pilot coil, marking each
wire to facilitate reconnection.
4.
Disconnect the pipe union collar at the right
side of the gas valve.
5.
Remove the burner hanger screws and lower
the front of the main burner. Pull it forward to
clear the rear burner hanger, then lower the
burner to the floor.
Step 2: On FM35 fryers, sections of the drain system
must be removed to access the burner assembly.
Step 3: Mark and disconnect the wires from the gas
valve.
6. Raise the front of the fryer enough to slide the
burner from under the fryer cabinet.
7. To replace a ceramic target only, remove the
wire, straighten the target locking tab with a
pair of needle nose pliers or a screwdriver, and
slide the target up and off the bracket. Slide the
replacement target onto the bracket and bend the
locking tabs down.
Step 5: These screws on each side of the drain valve
must be removed to lower the burner from the frypot.
To replace a ceramic target only, remove
the wire, bend this tab outward, and slide
the target up and off the bracket.
To replace the entire target assembly,
use a 1/2-inch box end wrench to
remove the orifice that holds the target
to the manifold assembly.
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8. To replace the entire target assembly, use a ½-inch box end wrench to remove the brass orifice
that holds the assembly to the burner manifold. Position the new assembly and reinstall the
orifices.
WARNING
Use extreme care to prevent cross-threading and stripping when reinstalling the
brass orifices.
9. Reverse steps 1-8 to reinstall the burner assembly. Check spacing and alignment of targets in
accordance with Section 1.5.
1.8.6 Replacing the Gas Valve
DANGER
Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain valve before proceeding further.
1. Disconnect fryer from electrical and gas supplies
2. Disconnect the wires from the gas valve, marking each wire to facilitate reconnection.
3. Disconnect the pilot gas line fitting from the gas valve.
4. Disconnect the pipe union collars to the left and right of the gas valve and remove the valve.
5. Remove the pipefittings from the old gas valve and install on the replacement valve, using
Loctite™ PST56765 or equivalent pipe thread sealant on threads.
6. Reverse steps 1-4 to install the replacement gas valve.
1.8.7 Replacing the Pilot Assembly or Thermopile
DANGER
Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain valve before proceeding further.
1. Remove the burner assembly in accordance with steps 1-8 of Section 1.8.5.
2. To replace only the thermopile in fryers with the earlier design pilot assembly (see illustration at
top of Page 1-9):
a. Disconnect the thermopile lead(s) from the gas valve pilot coil.
b. Remove the screws that secure the pilot assembly guard.
c. Bend the tab away from the base of the thermopile.
d. Press down on the top of the thermopile to force it out of the pilot assembly.
e. Reverse steps a through c to install the replacement thermopile.
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c: Press down on top of thermopile,
forcing it out of the pilot bracket.
a: Remove these screws
to release guard.
b: Bend this clip outward to
release thermopile.
3. To replace only the thermopile in fryers with the current design pilot assembly (see illustration
below), use a 7⁄16-inch open-end wrench to loosen the thermopile, then unscrew it from the pilot
assembly. Screw the replacement into the pilot assembly and use a wrench to tighten it ¼-turn
past finger tight.
Ferrule on thermopile
unscrews from bottom of pilot.
3. To replace the complete pilot assembly of either design:
a. Disconnect the pilot tubing from the bottom of the pilot assembly.
b. Disconnect the thermopile lead(s) from the gas valve pilot coil.
c. Remove the screw(s) from the pilot-mounting bracket to release the pilot assembly.
d. Reverse steps a through c to install the replacement pilot assembly.
4. Reinstall the burner assembly by reversing steps 1-8 of Section 1.8.5.
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1.8.8 Replacing the Frypot
1. Drain the frypot.
2. Remove all accessories (e.g., frypot covers, basket lift arms, etc.) from the fryer.
3. Disconnect the fryer from the gas and electrical power supplies.
4. Remove the screws from the top cap above the
control panel and lift it up and off the fryer(s).
Four screws, these two and two on each end, secure the
topcap to the fryer.
5. If fryer is a G-Model, remove the thermostat
knob.
6. Remove the control panel.
7. Loosen the setscrew on the flexible shaft and
separate it from the thermostat shaft.
8. Remove the two screws holding the flexible
shaft bracket and remove the flexible shaft and
bracket.
9. Remove the control panel frame.
The flexible shaft on G-Model fryers m ust be
disconnected from the thermostat and the shaft and
bracket must be removed.
10. Remove the screw from the frypot hold-down
bracket.
W hen the topcap is removed, this screw is
exposed. It must be removed to free the frypot.
11. For fryers with a filter system, remove the square drain tubing from the drain valve.
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12. Remove the screws from the sides and back of
the fluecap and remove the fluecap.
Three screws, on each side of the fluecap, must be
removed.
13. Disconnect the oil return lines or hoses on fryers equipped with filter systems.
14. Lift the frypot, complete with the burner, gas valve, flue, and drain valve, from the fryer cabinet.
After lifting the frypot partially out of the cabinet, tilt the front downward to allow the drain
valve to clear the cabinet top and front crossbar.
15. Remove the drain valve, hi-limit thermostat, and operating thermostat from the frypot and
transfer them to the replacement frypot. Before installing the thermostats and drain valve on the
replacement frypot, clean threads and apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread sealant or equivalent to
the threads.
16. Reverse the steps of the procedure to install the new frypot.
CAUTION
Before installing the operating thermostat, high-limit thermostat, and drain valve on
the replacement frypot, clean their threads and apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread
sealant or equivalent to the threads.
1.9
Troubleshooting and Problem Isolation
This section is intended to provide technicians with a general knowledge of the broad problem
categories associated with this equipment, and the probable causes of each. With this knowledge, the
technician should be able to isolate and correct any problem encountered.
Problems you are likely to encounter can be grouped into these broad categories:
1. Pilot failures
2. Improper burner functioning
3. Improper temperature control
4. Filtration problems
5. Leakage problems
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6. Basket Lift malfunctions.
The probable causes of each category are discussed in the following sections. A series of
Troubleshooting Guides is included at the end of the chapter to assist in identifying some of the
more common problems.
1.9.1 Pilot Failures
There are two categories: no pilot flame and unreliable flame.
No pilot flame
1. No gas or insufficient gas supply
2. Clogged pilot orifice
3. Air in gas lines ( usually in new installations)
Unreliable flame
1. Open or grounded high limit
2. Loose/corroded wire connections
3. Low or no voltage out of thermopile
4. Bad gas valve
1.9.2 Problems Related to the Gas and/or Electrical Current
CONTROL CIRCUIT FOR THE 35 SERIES MILLIVOLT IGNITION SYSTEM
HI-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
12C
INSET 1
SAFETY DRAIN
SWITCH
PILOT
ADJ.
PILOT
OFF
C
ON
HONEYWELL 1/2 P.S.I.
1/2 P.S.I.
HONEYWELL
PILOT
GENERATOR
17C
IN LINE SPLICE
INSET 2
ON/OFF
SWITCH
(OPTIONAL)
1/2 P.S.I.
HONEYWELL
17C
2C
IN LINE SPLICE
1C
ROBERTSHAW
OPERATING
THERMOSTAT
OFF
350
200
0
40
8050438B
300
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FENWALL
OPERATING
THERMOSTAT
25
0
The main indicator of a gas or electrical circuit problem is that an entire battery of fryers fails to
light. Verify that the quick disconnect fitting on the flexible gas hose is properly connected, the
fryer is plugged in, and the main gas supply valve is open.
1.9.3 Problems Related to the Electrical Circuits
If gas is being supplied to the fryer, the next most
likely cause of ignition failure is a problem in the
millivolt circuit of the pilot system. If the fryer is
equipped with a Filter Magic II filtration system,
first verify that the drain valve is fully closed. (The
valve handle interacts with a microswitch that must
be closed for power to reach the gas valve. Often,
although the valve handle appears to be in the
closed position, the microswitch is still open.) If
the valve is fully closed, or the fryer does not have a
filtration system, refer to the troubleshooting
guides.
The flat on the drain valve
handle must firmly engage the
flexible arm on the microswitch
to allow the burner to fire.
The drain valve handle interacts with a microswitch that
prevents the burner from firing if the drain valve is open.
1.9.4 Problems Related to the Gas Valve
If the problem is not in the millivolt circuit of the pilot system, it is most likely in the gas valve itself. Follow these steps to check a Honeywell valve:
1. Complete System Check: With the thermostat
contacts closed and gas cock dial “ON,” main
burner should ignite. If not measure across terminals 2 and 3 as indicated by the diagram. If
the reading is more than 180MV, replace the gas
valve.
2. System Resistance Check: With the thermostat
contacts closed and main burner “ON”, measure
the millivolts between terminals 1 and 3 as
indicated by the diagram. Reading should not be
greater than 220MV, If greater, re-check
thermostat leads and connections. Replace with
new or heavier gauge wires if necessary. If the
reading is still greater than 220MV, replace the
thermostat.
1
4
2
3
Test
Meter
Setting
Meter Leads
on Terminals
Acceptable
Results
1
MV
2
3
Less than 180MV
2
MV
1
3
Less than 220MV
3
MV
1
2
110-36 MV
3. Automatic Pilot Dropout Check: With the thermostat contacts open, depress gas cock knob
with pilot lit until maximum millivolt output is observed between terminals 1 and 2. Extinguish
the pilot and observe the meter. The sound of the pilot magnet dropping should be audible. The
dropout should occur between 110 MV and 36MV. If the dropout occurs outside those limits,
replace the gas valve.
1-13
Follow these steps to troubleshoot a Robertshaw Valve:
1. Complete System check: With the thermostat
contacts closed and gas cock dial “ON”, main
burner should ignite. If not, measure across TP
and TH terminals. If the reading is more than
100 MV, replace the gas valve.
2. System Resistance Check: With the thermostat
contacts closed and main burner “ON”, measure
the millivolt reading between THTP and TH
terminals. Reading should be less than 80MV. If
not, recheck thermostat leads and connections.
Replace with new or heavier gauge wires if
necessary. If the reading is still greater than 80
MV, replace the thermostat.
TH
TH
TP
Terminal 1
Terminal 3
TP
Terminal 2
Millivolt Operator Terminal
Panel
Test
Meter
Setting
1
MV
Meter Leads
on Terminals
Acceptable
Results
TP
TH
Less than 100MV
2
MV
THTP
TH
Less than 80MV
3
MV
THTP
TP
120-30MV
3. Automatic Pilot Dropout Check: With the thermostat contacts open, depress gas cock knob
with pilot lit until maximum millivolt output is observed between terminals THTP and TP.
Extinguish the pilot and observe the meter. The sound of the pilot magnet dropping should be
audible. The dropout should occur between 120MV and 30MV. If outside these limits, change
the gas valve.
1.9.5 Improper Burner Functioning
The burner lighting on one side only may be caused by a missing or misaligned rear deflector target
or improper burner manifold pressure. Clogged burner orifices are usually the cause of gaps in
burner firing.
Fluctuating flame intensity is normally caused by either improper or fluctuating incoming gas
pressure, but may also be the result of variations in the kitchen atmosphere. Verify incoming gas
pressure in the same way as for “popping,” discussed in the preceding paragraphs. Variations in the
kitchen atmosphere are usually caused by air conditioning and/or ventilation units starting and
stopping during the day. As they start and stop, the pressure in the kitchen may change from
positive or neutral to negative, or vice versa. They may also cause changes in airflow patterns that
may affect flame intensity.
Flames “rolling” out of the fryer are usually an indication of negative pressure in the kitchen. Air
is being sucked out of the fryer enclosure and the flames are literally following the air. If negative
pressure is not the cause, check for high burner manifold gas pressure in accordance with the
procedures in Chapter 5 of the Installation and Operation Manual (P/N 819-5776). An obstructed
flue, which prevents the fryer from properly exhausting, may also be the cause.
An excessively noisy burner, especially with flames visible above the flue opening, may indicate
that the burner gas pressure is too high, or it may simply be that the gas valve vent tube is blocked.
If the gas pressure is correct and the vent tube in unobstructed, the gas valve regulator is probably
defective.
1-14
Occasionally a burner may apparently be operating correctly, but nevertheless the fryer has a slow
recovery rate (the length of time required for the fryer to increase the oil temperature from 250ºF to
300ºF (121ºC to 149ºC). The primary causes of this are low burner manifold pressure and/or
misaligned or missing deflector targets. If both of these causes are ruled out, the probable cause is a
gas valve regulator that is out of adjustment. Refer to the Check Burner Manifold Pressure
procedure in the semi-annual checks and services section of Chapter 5 of the Installation and
Operation Manual (P/N 819-5776).
1.9.6 Improper Temperature Control
Temperature control is a function of several interrelated components, each of which must operate
correctly. The principle component is the operating thermostat. Other components that may affect
temperature control are the high-limit thermostat and the gas valve. The high-limit thermostat is
checked by comparing the resistance in its leads for a given temperature with the chart on Page 1-19.
See Section 1.9.4 for the procedures for checking the gas valve.
Failure to Control at Setpoint
The problem will be with the thermostat itself. Possible causes are that the thermostat is out of
calibration, the knob or flexible shaft is loose on the thermostat shaft, a thermostat wire is
disconnected or broken, or the thermostat is defective. Refer to Section 1.7 for instructions on
calibrating the thermostat. To check for thermostat failure: Determine the temperature of the oil in
the frypot using a thermometer or pyrometer placed at the tip of the probe, then check the for a
resistance through the leads that is approximately equal to that given in the Probe Resistance Chart
on Page 1-19 for the corresponding temperature. If this checks OK, check for at least 5 megaohms
of resistance through each of the leads to ground. If both checks are not OK, replace the thermostat.
1.9.7 Filtration Problems
The majority of filtration problems arise from operator error. A common error is placing the filter
paper on the bottom of the filter pan rather than over the filter screen.
When the complaint is “the pump is running, but no oil is being filtered,” check the installation of
the filter paper, including size. While you are checking the filter paper, verify that the O-rings on
the bottom of the filter pan and on the male disconnect (at inside rear of filter cabinet) are present
and in good condition. Missing or worn O-rings will allow the pump to suck air and decrease its efficiency.
If the pump motor overheats, its thermal overload will trip and the motor will not start until it is
reset. If the pump motor does not start, press the red reset switch located on the end of the motor
nearest the operator. If the pump then starts, something caused the motor to overheat. It may be just
that several frypots were being filtered one after the other and the pump got hot. Letting the pump
cool down for at least a half-hour is all that is required in this case. More often, the pump
overheated for one of the following reasons:
•
•
Shortening was solidified in the pan or filter lines.
The operator attempted to filter oil or shortening that was not heated. Cold oil and shortening
are thicker and can cause the pump motor to overheat.
1-15
If the motor tries to run but the pump does not, there is a blockage in the pump. Incorrectly sized or
installed paper will allow food particles and sediment to pass through the filter pan and into the
pump. When sediment enters the pump, the gears can bind up causing the motor to overload, again.
A pump seized by debris or hard shortening can
usually be freed by manually moving the gears with
a screwdriver or other instrument.
Sediment
Particle
Oil Flow
1.
Disconnect power to the filter system.
2.
Remove the input plumbing from the pump.
3.
Use a screwdriver to manually turn the gears.
•
•
Turning the pump gears backwards will
release a hard particle and allow it to be
removed.
Turning the pump gears forward will push
softer objects and solid shortening through
the pump and allow free movement of the
gears.
Sediment
Particle
Up for reverse
Down for
forward
Incorrectly sized or installed paper will also allow food particles and sediment to pass through and
clog the suction tube on the bottom of the filter carriage. Particles large enough to block the suction
tube may indicate that the crumb tray is not being used.
Pan blockage can also occur if shortening is left in
the pan and allowed to solidify. The heater strip on
the suction tube is designed to prevent solidification
of residual shortening left in the tube. It will not
melt or prevent solidification of shortening in the
pan. Blockage removal can be accomplished by
forcing the item out with an auger or drain snake.
Compressed air or other pressurized gases should
not be used to force out the blockage.
Possible problems with the Power Shower include
clogged openings, shortening solidified in the tubes,
missing clean-out plugs, and missing or worn Orings. Cleaning the unit and replacing missing
plugs and missing or worn O-rings will correct
these problems.
The electronics of the Filter Magic II are simple and
straightforward. Microswitches, attached to the
drain valve handles of each vat and wired in parallel, provide the 24 VAC needed to activate the
pump relay coil when the handles are moved to the
ON position. The activated coil pulls in the pump
motor switch, supplying power to the motor.
1-16
Pump/return line heater tapes
24 VAC
Micro-switches
Pump Relay Coil
Pump Motor
M
Pump Motor Switch
Filter Magic Simplified Wiring Diagram
The suction tube heater and flexible hose heater are wired directly into the 24 VAC source. They
remain energized as long as the unit is plugged in.
1.9.8 Leakage
Leakage of the frypot almost always will be due to improperly sealed high-limit switches,
thermostats/temperature probes, and drain fittings. When installed or replaced, each of these
components must be sealed with Loctite™ PST56765 sealant or equivalent to prevent leakage. In
very rare cases, a leak may develop along one of the welded edges of the frypot. When this occurs,
the frypot must be replaced.
If the sides and/or ends of the frypot are coated with oil, the most likely cause is spillage over the top
of the frypot rather than leakage.
The clamps, which hold the drain tube sections together, may loosen over time as the tubes expand
and contract during use. If the section of drain tube connected to the drain valve is removed for
whatever reason, make sure that its grommet is in good condition and properly fitted around the
nipple of the drain when it is reinstalled. Also, ensure that the drain tube runs downward from the
drain along its whole length and has no low points where oil or shortening may accumulate.
1.9.9 Basket Lift Malfunctions
35 Series fryers may optionally be equipped with automatic basket lifts to ensure uniform cooking
times. The lifts may be configured for manual control or for control via a basket lift timer. Basket
lifts will always come in pairs, although each operates independently.
In units configured for manual (push-button) controls, a mechanical or electrical timer controls
voltage to the system. A rotary knob is turned to set the cook time, and pressing the button in the
middle of the knob activates the motor.
In units with basket-lift timers, timing circuitry in the controller initiates and stops basket-lift
operation based on variables set by the operator. When the product button is pressed, the timing
circuitry activates a coil in the basket lift relay to supply power to the motor.
The basket lift consists of a cam and bell crank
connected to the basket lift arm by a flat metal link.
The cam is attached to a drive motor. The motor
rotates the cam, thus raising or lowering the lift arm
linked to the bell crank.
A roller-activated
microswitch is used to limit travel. When the pushbutton in the manual timer is pushed, the motor
circuit is completed and the motor runs, lowering
the basket. When the roller in the microswitch
makes or loses contact with the cam, the switch is
reversed and power to the motor is cut. At the end
of the specified cooking time, the timer/controller
reverses its switch position so that the motor circuit
is again complete. The motor runs, raising the
basket until contact with the cam is again made or
lost.
1-17
Left bell crank and cam with basket lift link
shown in down position. Note microswitch in the
upper right corner.
Problems with the basket lift system can be grouped into three categories:
•
•
•
Binding/jamming problems
Motor problems
Electronics problems
Binding/Jamming Problems
Noisy, jerky or erratic movement of the lifts is usually due to lack of lubrication of the rods and their
bushings. Apply a light coat of Lubriplate™ or similar lightweight white grease to the rod and bushings to correct the problem.
Motor Problems
If the lift cycles correctly but fails to remain in the up position (i.e., goes up, but then slowly settles
back down into the frypot), the problem is a failed motor brake. A failed motor brake cannot be
repaired and requires replacement of the motor itself.
If power is reaching the motor but the motor fails to run, the motor is burned out and must be
replaced.
Electrical Problems
This category encompasses problems with the relays, microswitches, wiring, and controls.
Troubleshooting the electronics of basket lifts is simply a process of verifying current flow through
the individual components up to and including the motor. Using a multimeter set to the 250 VAC
range, check the connections on both sides of the component for the presence of 120 VAC.
The wiring diagram on the following page identifies the components and wiring connection points.
Bell Crank Basket Lift Wiring Diagram
PLAN WIRING DIAGRAM
BASKET LIFT SYSTEMS
N
G
N
TERMINAL CONNECTOR
47-C
LEFT
GEAR MOTOR
GM
GM
RIGHT
CABINET SOCKET
C
C
LEFT MICROSWITCH
NO
RIGHT MICROSWITCH
NO
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
NC
41-C
46-C
1
41-P
46-P
43-C
44-C
45-C
6
CABINET
DISCONNECT
PANEL
5
45-P
4
44-P
NC
43-P
2
REAR VIEW OF
DISCONNECT
42-P
NC
L
NO
C
42-C
3
47-P
L
3
6
NO
C
TM
2
5
TM
P/N 8050073A
LEFT TIMER
48-P
RIGHT TIMER
1-18
PANEL PLUG
1
4
1.10
Probe Resistance Chart
Probe Resistance Chart
For use with H50 Series fryers manufactured with Minco Thermistor probes only.
F
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
OHMS
1059
1070
1080
1091
1101
1112
1122
1133
1143
1154
1164
1174
1185
1195
C
16
18
21
24
27
29
32
35
38
41
43
46
49
52
F
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
175
180
185
190
195
OHMS
1204
1216
1226
1237
1247
1258
1268
1278
1289
1299
1309
1320
1330
1340
C
54
57
60
63
66
68
71
74
77
79
82
85
88
91
F
200
205
210
215
220
225
230
235
240
245
250
255
260
265
OHMS
1350
1361
1371
1381
1391
1402
1412
1422
1432
1442
1453
1463
1473
1483
1-19
C
93
96
99
102
104
107
110
113
116
118
121
124
127
129
F
270
275
280
285
290
295
300
305
310
315
320
325
330
335
OHMS
1493
1503
1514
1524
1534
1544
1554
1564
1574
1584
1594
1604
1614
1624
C
132
135
138
141
143
146
149
152
154
157
160
163
166
168
F
340
345
350
355
360
365
370
375
380
385
390
395
400
405
OHMS
1634
1644
1654
1664
1674
1684
1694
1704
1714
1724
1734
1744
1754
1764
C
171
174
177
179
182
185
188
191
193
196
199
202
204
207
35 SERIES GAS FRYERS
CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
1
4
5
3
6
8
7
9
10
12
11
2b
2a
14
15
13
ACCESSORIES
Item
1
2a
2b
3
*
*
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Part #
910-3557
810-1403
809-0171
809-0921
826-1351
826-1389
810-0007
806-3811
810-0357
810-0356
810-0378
810-0651
826-1095
826-0900
810-0085
810-0084
14
810-0073
810-0070
15
810-0074
810-0072
*
803-0271
*
803-0032
*
803-0037
*
803-0188
*
803-0197
*
910-7443
* Not illustrated.
Component
Flue Heater Deflector
Basket Hanger, Wire Form
Basket Hanger, Extruded Aluminum (no longer available – replaced by 810-1403)
Basket Hanger Screw
Spacer, Aluminum (goes behind Item 2b and covers screw threads)
Nut Retainer, ¼-20 (Pkg. of 10) (receives Item 3)
Screw, Leg Mounting (Pkg. of 10)
Adjustable Leg, Filter Cabinet
Legs (4 Per Set)
Caster, 5” Swivel with Brake
Caster, 5” Swivel without Brake
Caster, 5” Rigid
Caster, 3” with Brake, Filter Cabinet
Anchor Strap Kit (for use on fryers equipped with legs only)
Chain Restraint Kit (for use on fryers equipped with casters only)
Flexible Gas Line
1-inch x 48-inch
¾-inch x 48-inch
Quick Disconnect Fitting, Female
1-inch
¾-inch
Quick Disconnect Fitting, Male
1-inch
¾-inch
Twin Basket
Basket Support Rack, Wire (11.5-inch X 14.5-inch)
Basket Support Rack, Screen (11.5-inch X 14.5-inch)
Sediment Tray
Frypot Clean-out Rod
Top Connecting Strip, Frypot
2-1
BASKET LIFT
3
1
2
6
7
3
7
4
13
5
11
15
12
14
10
9
8
VIEW LOOKING FROM FRONT OF
FRYER
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DETAIL OF LEVELING
SCREW ASSEMBLY
13
Part #
823-0040
823-0039
810-0192
809-0082
813-0035
810-0170
920-6076
10
14
VIEW LOOKING FROM REAR OF
FRYER
Component
Basket Lift Arm, MJ35 Left (use 823-06931 for FM35 units)
Basket Lift Arm, MJ35 Right (use 823-06932 for FM35 units)
Rod, Basket Lift
Ring, Truarc Retaining
Bushing, Bronze
Pin, Connecting
Link, Basket Lift
Gear Motor, Basket Lift
807-0107
120VAC
807-0108
240VAC
9
810-0052 Bell Crank
*
809-0480 Setscrew, ¼-28 X ⅝-inch (secures Item 9 to Item 8)
10
809-0155 Leveling Screw
11
807-0124 Bushing, Plastic
12
807-0240 Microswitch
13
809-0194 Washer, 5⁄16-inch Steel
14
826-1381 Washer, Nylon (Pkg. of 10)
15
810-0220 Spacer, Tubular
*
900-3783 Panel, Cold Rolled Steel Access (use 910-3783 for stainless steel)
*
806-2079SP Wiring Harness, Basket Lift Motor
*
806-7019SP Wiring Harness, Non-Modular Basket Lift
*
809-0503 Screw, 8-32 x 1½-inch Gear Motor Mounting (Hex Head)
* Not illustrated.
2-2
CABINETRY
2
1
3
6
4
7
5
Item
1
Part #
806-45981SP
806-4598SP
2
910-5040
910-5041
910-5042
3
824-0442SP
824-0443SP
824-0444SP
4
5
6
806-5287
806-4733
806-4734
910-4480
806-8320
806-6405SP
806-3338
806-3337
7
810-1422
*
810-0275
*
106-0554SP
*
810-1508
*
810-0066
*
910-6039
*
806-5518
* Not illustrated.
Component
Cabinet Assembly
Stainless Steel
Cold Rolled Steel
Flue Cap
Single
Double
Triple
Top Cap
Single
Double
Triple
Control Panel Assembly with Thermostat Access Door
Single
Double
Triple
Thermostat Access Door
Door Assembly
Short, Cold Rolled Steel (used on G-Series units only)
Short, Stainless Steel (used on G-Series units only)
Long, Cold Rolled Steel (used on all except G-Series units)
Long, Stainless Steel (used on all except G-Series units)
Handle, Door (wire form)
Door Hinge Pin Spring Lock
Door Pin Assembly
Hinge, Door
Magnet, Door
Trough, Backsplash
Cover, Frypot
2-3
8
3
12
1
33
2
2-4
22
11
13
4
10
9
23
7
5
Compression
washers
31
24
Steel flat washer
over plastic washer
32
6
30
29
25
26
27
28
14
19
20
16
21
15
17
18
DRAIN SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Item
Part #
*
826-0877
1
810-0396
2
809-0071
3
826-1375
4
816-0032
5
826-1348
6
816-0021
7
826-1382
8
900-0757
9
823-0717
10
823-0718
*
813-0284
11
816-0092
12
826-1345
13
809-0347
14
823-0731
15
823-0719
16
806-4068
17
823-1091
18
816-0083
19
823-1092
20
810-0388
21
809-0115
22
810-1569
23
810-1568
24
810-1020
25
806-8137
26
816-0220
27
807-2103
28
900-2841
29
809-0237
30
809-0540
31
810-0820
32
816-0211
33
812-1226SP
* Not illustrated.
Component
Kit, Clamp Service (Contains 2 each of Items 1-3 and 1 of Item 4)
Clamp Section (Requires 2 per connection)
Nut, ¼–20
Screw, 10–32 X ¾
Seal (Connection Gasket)
Cover, Clean-out (Pkg. of 5)
Gasket, Clean-out
Wing Nut, Clean-out Cover Retaining (Pkg. of 10)
Cover, Drain End
Full Vat, 15.5-inches Long
End, Full Vat, 8.12-inches Long
Nipple, 1-inch x ¾-inch (connects drain valve to drain tube)
Grommet, Drain Tube
Washer, Drain Tube Retaining (Pkg of 25) (1⅜-in. ID x 23/16 -in. OD)
Nut, Drain Tube Retaining
Extension, Spreader Cabinet, 15.5-inches Long
Drain Outlet, Fixed
Drain Outlet Assembly, Swivel
Drain Tube, Swivel
O-Ring, 2.5-inches ID
Collar, Drain
Knob, Clamping
Screw, 10–32
Valve w/Handle, 1.25-inch Drain (for use on MJ35 units)
Handle w/Lock, Drain Valve
Valve, 1.25-inch Drain (for use on FM35 units)
Bracket, Drain Safety Switch
Insulation, Drain Safety Switch
Switch, Drain Safety
Cover, Drain Safety Switch
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex
Nut, ½-inch 2-Way Lock
Handle, Drain Valve w/o Lock
Sleeve, Drain Valve Handle
Extension, Drain
2-5
FILTER BOXES
5
1
11
10
11
5
1
10
A
B
3
4
8
9
3
2
8
11
1
5
3
10
4
8
2
8
9
C
6
Item
A
B
C
1
2
3
4
5
Part #
806-4359SP
806-4360
806-6709
200-0410
807-0012
807-0124
807-0276
807-0800
807-0680
807-1999
6
826-1366
7
826-1358
8
809-0050
9
826-1359
8
809-0096
9
809-0097
10
826-1363
11
809-0360
12
810-1164
13
816-0217
*
WIR0010SP
*
WIR0146SP
* Not illustrated.
9
12
13
6
9
12
2
8
Component
Box Assembly, 120VAC Non-CE Filter
Box Assembly, 208-240VAC Non-CE Filter
Box Assembly, 230VAC CE Filter
Box, Filter
Relay, 18 Amp ⅓-HP 24V Coil
Bushing, Heyco
Block, Terminal
Transformer
120/24VAC, 50/60Hz, 50VA (used with Item A)
208-240/24VAC, 50/60Hz, 43VA (used with Item B)
208-230/24VAC, 50/60Hz, 50VA (used with Item C)
Nut, 4-40 Hex Keps (Pkg. of 25)
Nut, 6-32 Hex (Pkg. of 25)
Nut, 8-32 Hex
Screw, 4-40 X ¾-inch Slotted Round Head (Pkg. of 25)
Screw, 6-32 X ⅝-inch Slot Head
Screw, 6-32 X 1-inch Slotted Truss Head
Screw, 8-32 X ½-inch Slotted Truss Head (Pkg. of 25)
Screw, 8-32 X ⅜-inch Slotted Washer Head
Block, Terminal
Insulation, Terminal Block
Wire Assembly, 120-240V Non-CE Filter Control Box
Wire Assembly, 230V CE Filter Control Box
2-6
FILTER PANS
4
9
1
10
9
5
12
11
10
3
11
7
Fitting on outside
bottom of inner pan.
8
8
7
6
A
Item
A
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
*
*
*
Part #
806-9255SP
823-2751SP
806-6093SP
806-4338SP
823-1360SP
806-5282SP
823-1731SP
823-1361
824-0291
910-1350
816-0117
806-4373
811-0861
811-0746
7
810-0005
8
810-0006
9
824-0416
10
810-1406
11
900-8827
12
810-0180
*
803-0170
*
803-0002
* Not illustrated.
B
2
Component
One-Piece Filter Pan Assembly (Items 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12)
One-Piece Filter Pan
Two-Piece Pan Assembly (Unique components are listed below.)
Outer Pan Assembly (Items 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 806-4373)
Outer Pan
Inner Pan Assembly (Items 2, 6, 10, 11, and 12)
Inner Pan
Base, Filter Pan Assembly
Cover, Suction Tube
Clamp, Suction Tube
O-Ring, .609 OD
Heater Strip Assembly
Insulation, Foam
Insulation, Aluminum (50-yard/46m roll)
Components Used on Both Designs
Caster, Rigid
Caster, Swivel
Crumb Screen
Hold Down Ring Assembly
Sanagrid Filter Screen
Handle, Filter Pan
Paper, Filter (100 sheets)
Powder, Filter (100 1-cup applications)
2-7
12
FRYPOTS
Note port for
Power Shower
FM35
Frypot
Item
Part #
823-1111SP
823-0981SP
823-2365SP
823-1112
823-0980SP
823-2364SP
806-4080SP
806-4093SP
806-3942SP
806-7709SP
806-4081SP
806-4092SP
806-3943SP
806-7708SP
*
806-0094
*
806-0289SP
*
806-3490SP
*
806-4082
*
806-4094
* Not Illustrated.
Note location of probe
fittings one directly
above the other
MJ35
Frypot
Note location of probe
fittings offset from one
another
MJ35V
Frypot
Component
Frypots without Insulation
Frypot without Insulation, Stainless Steel, FM35
Frypot without Insulation, Stainless Steel, MJ35
Frypot without Insulation, Stainless Steel, MJ35V
Frypot without Insulation, Cold Rolled Steel, FM35
Frypot without Insulation, Cold Rolled Steel, MJ35
Frypot without Insulation, Cold Rolled Steel, MJ35V
Frypot with Flue and Insulation Installed
Frypot Assy, Stainless Steel, FM35
Frypot Assy, Stainless Steel, FM35 (used in Canadian units only)
Frypot Assy, Stainless Steel, MJ35
Frypot Assy, Stainless Steel, MJ35V
Frypot Assy, Cold Rolled Steel, FM35
Frypot Assy, Cold Rolled Steel, FM35 (used in Canadian units only)
Frypot Assy, Cold Rolled Steel, MJ35
Frypot Assy, Cold Rolled Steel, MJ35V
Flue Assembly with Insulation
MJ35 (used in Canadian units only)
J2XLR (used in Canadian units only)
MJ35 (has no Rear Deflector Box)
FM35 (has Rear Deflector Box)
FM35 (used in Canadian units only)
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6
1
2-10
14
11
7
16
12
15
5
9
8
16
13
2
10
17
18
16
19
20
23
20a
22
4
3
4a
16
16
21
4c
4b
GAS VALVES AND BURNER COMPONENTS
Item
1
Part #
Component
Burner Assembly, Non-CE MJ35, Complete with Gas Valve
106-0132SP
Natural Gas (G20/G25)
106-0235SP
Propane Gas (G31)
2
Burner Assembly, Non-CE FM35, Complete with Gas Valve
106-0238SP
Natural Gas (G20/G25)
106-0239SP
Propane Gas (G31)
3
Burner Assembly, Non-CE J2X, Complete with Gas Valve
106-0237SP
Natural Gas (G20/G25)
106-0236SP
Propane Gas (G31)
4
806-7222SP Burner Assembly, CE MJ35, w/o Gas Valve or Piping
4a
910-2686
CE Rear Deflector (Target) Mounting Bracket
4b
806-7947
CE Deflector (Target) Assembly (Fits either side.)
4c
823-2319
Manifold, CE MJ35 Burner
5
826-1917
Manifold, Non-CE MJ/FM35 and J2X
6
Orifice
810-0129
Natural Gas (G20/G25), 1.70mm
810-0134
Propane Gas (G31), 1.05mm
7
809-0170
Screw, Deflector (Target) Mounting Bracket
8
910-1465
Bracket, Deflector (Target) Mounting
9
806-3605SP Deflector (Target) Assembly, Large Rear (includes Item 8)
10
806-4720SP Deflector (Target) Assembly, Side & Small Rear (includes Item 8)
11
Discontinued Gas Valve, Robertshaw Millivolt (Use conversion kit 826-1579 for
Natural Gas (G20/G25) or 826-1580 for Propane Gas (G31))
12
Gas Valve, Honeywell Millivolt, for use on Non-CE units
807-1603
Natural Gas (G20/G25)
807-1604
Propane Gas (G31)
13
Gas Valve, Honeywell Millivolt, for use on CE units
806-7101
Natural Gas (G20/G25)
806-7102
Propane Gas (G31)
14
810-0691
Vent Tube, Gas Valve
15
810-0703
Gas Line, 0.25-inch x 17.50-inch (for 15.00-inch line, use 810-2602)
16
813-0154
Plug, Gas Pressure Test Port
17
Pilot Assembly (before 12/02) (Does not include thermopile.)
810-0426
Natural Gas (G20/G25)
810-0427
Propane Gas (G31)
18
Pilot Assembly (after 11/02) (for thermopile only, use 807-3485)
106-1908SP
Natural Gas (G20/G25) (for pilot only, use 810-2007)
106-1909SP
Propane Gas (G31) (for pilot only, use 810-2022)
19
810-1873
Thermopile, Split-Lead w/Push-on Terminals (use 810-0159 for fork terminals)
20
810-0617
Thermopile, Single Screw-in Lead
20a
810-0162
Thermopile, Screw-in with Small Barrel (also requires adapter 810-0425)
21
Pilot and Thermopile Assembly, CE Dual
106-0259
Natural Gas (G20/G25) (for thermocouple only, use 812-1284)
106-0260
Propane Gas (G31) (for thermocouple only, use 812-1284)
22
807-1906
Element, Piezo Igniter (trigger is Part Number 810-1001)
23
810-1173
Gas Line, 0.25-inch x 8.5-inch
NOTE: Item 18 includes Bracket 200-0956, Screws 809-0906, and Lock Washers 809-0184.
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18
2-12
14
4
17
2
15
16
Detail of Motor, Pump, and
Disconnect Components
1
10
13
12
6
11
7
8
3
8
4
5
8
8
19
8
9
9
8
Item shown
disproportionately large for
clarity.
OIL RETURN PLUMBING COMPONENTS
ITEM
1
PART #
826-1712
826-1756
826-1270
*
806-6728SP
2
826-1264
3
813-0265
4
813-0062
5
813-0368
6
813-0156
7
813-0003
8
810-1057
*
810-1668
9
813-0275
10
810-0278
11
902-0883
*
900-1853
12
813-0165
13
813-0022
14
823-1356
15
826-1392
16
816-0102
17
900-1472
18
910-1627
19
806-4694SP
*
813-0117
*
807-1600
*
807-1601
*
807-1598
*
807-1599
*
807-2016
*
807-1408
*
807-2050
*
811-0746
* Not illustrated
COMPONENT
Pump Motor
100-120 VAC 50/60Hz (includes gasket 816-0093)
208 VAC 50/60 Hz (includes gasket 816-0093)
230-250 VAC 50/60 Hz (includes gasket 816-0093)
Pump Motor Wiring Assembly (used with above motor kits)
Pump, 4 GPM (15 LPM) (includes gasket 816-0093 and mounting screws)
Nipple, ½-inch x 2 ½-inch
Elbow, ½-inch x 90º
Nipple, ½-inch x 16-inch
Pipe Plug, ½-inch
Tee, ½-inch
Flexline, 13-inch Oil Return (has female ends)
Adapter, Male (used with Item 8; two required)
Nipple, ½-inch x 9-inch
Valve, ½-inch Ball
Handle, Valve
Handle, Oil Return Valve (attaches to item # 11)
Elbow, ½-inch x 90º Street
Nipple, ½-inch Close
Disconnect Fitting
O-Ring (pkg of 5)
Grommet, Oil Diverter
Diverter, Oil
Bracket, Male Disconnect Support
Contactor Block Assembly
Nipple, ½-inch x 3½-inch
Thermal Switch, 100-120V Baldor Motors
Thermal Switch, 200-250V Baldor Motors
Thermal Switch, 100-120V Magnatek Motors
Thermal Switch, 200-250V Magnatek Motors
Wiring Harness, Controller to Filter
Heater Strip, 120 VAC 50W, 70-inch
Heater Strip, 250 VAC 90W, 70-inch
Tape, Aluminum (2-inch x 50-yard (46m) roll)
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POWER SHOWER AND OIL RETURN HANDLE COMPONENTS
6
9
10
7
12
24
8
15
14
19
13
18
11
23
5
18
19
22
17
16
21
20
1
4
2
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Part #
806-4542SP
809-0415
826-1344
826-1390
814-0001
807-2103
900-1078
826-1359
826-1366
826-1363
809-0050
900-2129
900-3837
900-0239
920-0220
900-1853
814-0047
810-1999
809-0142
826-1381
810-0220
809-0200
809-0056
809-0194
3
Component
Power Shower
Screw, Power Shower Clean-out
O-Ring, Power Shower (Pkg. of 5)
Seal, Power Shower (Pkg. of 5)
Grip, Power Shower Handle
Microswitch, Oil Return
Bracket, Oil Return Switch
Screw, 4-40 X ¾-inch Slotted Round Head (Pkg. of 25)
Nut, 4-40 Hex Keps (Pkg. of 25)
Screw, 8-32 X ½-inch Slotted Truss Head (Pkg. of 25)
Nut, 8-32 Hex
Bracket, Thermostat Mounting
Shield, FM35 Component
Arm, Oil Return Valve
Link, Oil Return Valve
Handle, Oil Return
Sleeve, Red Handle
Bracket, Valve Handle
Screw, 5/16 X ¾-inch Hex Cap
Washer, Nylatron (Pkg. of 10) (2 required – one on each side of Item 21)
Spacer, .493-inch Tubular
Washer, ½-inch Flat
Nut, 5/16-24 Nylon Lock
Washer, 5/16-inch Flat
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THERMOSTATS, TIMER, AND RELATED COMPONENTS
6
7
4
12
13
9
1
10
14
8
5
2
11
3
16
15
NOTE: Leads on Items 1, 2 and 3 are
depicted shorter than they actually are.
Item
1
Part #
806-0184
806-7972
806-5816
2
826-1177
3
806-7550
4
806-0087SP
*
802-1458
5
810-0110
6
810-0334
7
900-0031
8
807-0123
*
826-1367
9
810-0345
10
810-1651
11
823-1330
12
807-3087
*
826-1552
13
810-1822
14
810-1823
15
810-1733
16
814-0033
* Not Illustrated.
Component
Thermostat Assembly, Operating
w/Two Push-on Terminals, Non-CE
W/One Push-on and One Spade Terminal, CE
w/Inline Connector
Thermostat, Non-CE 425°F High-Limit (has assortment of terminals)
Thermostat, CE 218°C High-Limit (has screw-in gas valve adapter
Thermostat Dial Plate Assembly
Replacement Label for Thermostat Dial
Thermostat Knob for Fryers Without Control Panel (used with Item 4)
Thermostat Knob for Fryers With Control Panel
Plug Button
Heyco Bushing
Screw, Dial Plate (Pkg. of 25)
Shaft, Thermostat Flexible Extension (7.25-inch)
Shaft, Thermostat Flexible Extension (5.50-inch)
Bracket, MJ35 Thermostat Mounting (see Page 2-14 for FM35 bracket)
Timer, 15-Minute Electronic (includes Items 13 and 14)
Timer Kit, 15-Minute Electronic (use to replace discontinued mechanical timer)
Knob, Replacement 15-Minute Electronic Timer (used with Item 12)
Push Button, Replacement White (used with Item 12)
Knob, 15-Minute Mechanical Timer (used with discontinued mechanical timer)
Push Button, Replacement Black (used with Item 15)
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March 2003