Frigidaire FASE7074NR Washer/Dryer User Manual

Performance Pro Series
Gas Fryers Models 35 & 45
Service and 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
MARCH 2011
IF, DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, THE CUSTOMER USES A PART FOR THE ENODIS
EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN AN UNMODIFIED NEW OR RECYCLED PART PURCHASED DIRECTLY
FROM FRYMASTER AND 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 AND 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.
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.
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
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.
DANGER
The front ledge of the fryer is not a step! Do not stand on the fryer. Serious injury can result from slips
or contact with the hot oil.
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
The crumb tray in fryers equipped with a filter system must be emptied into a fireproof container at the
end of frying operations each day. Some food particles can spontaneously combust if left soaking in
certain shortening material.
WARNING
Do not bang fry baskets or other utensils on the fryer’s joiner strip. The strip is present to seal the joint
between the fry vessels. Banging fry baskets on the strip to dislodge shortening will distort the strip,
adversely affecting its fit. It is designed for a tight fit and should only be removed for cleaning.
PERFORMANCE PRO SERIES GAS FRYERS MODELS 35 & 45
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: Service Procedures
1.1 General.................................................................................................................................................1-1
1.1.1 Pilot Ignition ..............................................................................................................................1-1
1.1.2 Electronic Ignition .....................................................................................................................1-1
1.1.3 Controller Options .....................................................................................................................1-2
1.1.4 Thermostats and Temperature Probes .......................................................................................1-2
1.2 Moving the Fryer for Servicing ...........................................................................................................1-2
1.3 Diagnostic Procedures .........................................................................................................................1-3
1.3.1 Cleaning the Gas Valve Vent Tube ............................................................................................1-3
1.3.2 Checking the Burner Manifold Gas Pressure ............................................................................1-3
1.3.3 Adjusting the Pilot Flame ..........................................................................................................1-5
1.3.4 Adjusting Burner Ceramic Target Spacing and Alignment .......................................................1-5
1.3.5 Calibrating the Thermostat ........................................................................................................1-5
1.3.6 Testing the Temperature Probe ..................................................................................................1-7
1.4 Replacing Fryer Components ..............................................................................................................1-7
1.4.1 Replacing a Controller or Computer .........................................................................................1-7
1.4.2 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in Units with Thermostat Control Panels .......................1-8
1.4.3 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in Units with Thermostat Access Doors .........................1-8
1.4.4 Replacing the Temperature Probe .............................................................................................1-9
1.4.5 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in Fryers with Thermostat Controls .............................1-9
1.4.6 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in Fryers with Other Controls ......................................1-9
1.4.7 Replacing the Heat Mode Indicator Light in Fryers with Thermostat Controls .....................1-10
1.4.8 Replacing the Power or Melt Cycle Switch in Fryers with Thermostat Controls ...................1-10
1.4.9 Replacing Burner Ceramic Targets .........................................................................................1-11
1.4.10 Replacing the Gas Valve........................................................................................................1-11
1.4.11 Replacing the Pilot Assembly or Thermopile ........................................................................1-12
1.4.12 Replacing the Frypot .............................................................................................................1-12
1.4.13 Replacing the Pump/Motor ...................................................................................................1-14
1.5 Troubleshooting and Problem Isolation.............................................................................................1-15
1.5.1 Typical Problems .....................................................................................................................1-15
Pilot Failure .............................................................................................................................1-15
Ignition Failure ........................................................................................................................1-15
Improper Burner Function.......................................................................................................1-16
Improper Temperature Control................................................................................................1-18
Gas Valve Malfunction ............................................................................................................1-18
Computer Malfunction ............................................................................................................1-18
Filtration Malfunction .............................................................................................................1-20
Leakage ...................................................................................................................................1-22
Basket Lift Malfunction ..........................................................................................................1-22
1.5.2 Interpretation of Analog Controller Lights .............................................................................1-24
1.6 Probe Resistance Chart ......................................................................................................................1-24
1.7 Troubleshooting Guides ....................................................................................................................1-25
1.7.1 Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit: Analog Controller........................................................1-25
Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit: Electronic Ignition (Computer Controller) .................1-25
Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit: Standing Pilot (Computer Controller) ........................1-26
1.7.2 Troubleshooting the Gas Valve ...............................................................................................1-26
1.7.3 Troubleshooting the Thermostat .............................................................................................1-26
1.7.4 Troubleshooting the Temperature Probe .................................................................................1-27
1.8 Wiring Diagrams ...............................................................................................................................1-28
1.8.1 Standing Pilot ..........................................................................................................................1-28
1.8.2 Electronic Ignition...................................................................................................................1-29
1.8.3 Non-Computer Controlled ......................................................................................................1-30
1.8.4 Electronic Ignition...................................................................................................................1-31
1.8.5 Filter Box ................................................................................................................................1-32
1.8.6 Modular Basket Lift 100/120V ...............................................................................................1-33
1.8.7 Modular Basket Lift 208/250V ...............................................................................................1-34
PERFORMANCE PRO SERIES GAS FRYERS MODELS 35 & 45
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 2: Parts List
2.1 Accessories ..........................................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 Basket Lift and Associated Parts..........................................................................................................2-2
2.3 Cabinetry ..............................................................................................................................................2-4
2.3.1 FPP/FMP Model Cabinetry .......................................................................................................2-4
2.3.2 PMJ (Non-filter) Model Cabinetry ............................................................................................2-6
2.4 Casters, Legs, and Associated Hardware .............................................................................................2-8
2.5 Component Boxes ................................................................................................................................2-9
2.6 Control Panel Assemblies, Flue Caps, and Related Items .................................................................2-11
2.7 Controller Assemblies ........................................................................................................................2-13
2.8 Door Assembly...................................................................................................................................2-15
2.9 Drain System Components ................................................................................................................2-16
2.9.1 Drain Tube System ..................................................................................................................2-16
2.9.2 Drain Valves; FPP/FMP Models ..............................................................................................2-17
2.9.3 Drain Valves; PMJ Models ......................................................................................................2-19
2.10 Filter Boxes ......................................................................................................................................2-20
2.11 Filter Pan Assembly .........................................................................................................................2-22
2.12 Frypots .............................................................................................................................................2-23
2.13 Frypot Cabinetry ..............................................................................................................................2-24
2.13.1 PMJ45 Frypot Cabinetry ........................................................................................................2-24
2.13.2 PMJ35 Frypot Cabinetry ........................................................................................................2-25
2.14 Gas Valves and Burners ...................................................................................................................2-26
2.14.1 PMJ45 Gas Valves and Burners .............................................................................................2-26
2.14.2 PMJ35 Gas Valves and Burners .............................................................................................2-28
2.14.3 Ignitors ...................................................................................................................................2-30
2.15 Oil Return Components ...................................................................................................................2-31
2.16 Oil Return Assembly ........................................................................................................................2-33
2.17 Thermostats and Timers ...................................................................................................................2-34
2.18 Wiring Harnesses, Pin Terminals, and Power Cords .......................................................................2-35
2.19 Garland Range (S35) Parts...............................................................................................................2-36
2.20 Power Shower ..................................................................................................................................2-36
PERFORMANCE PRO SERIES GAS FRYERS MODELS 35 & 45
CHAPTER 1: SERVICE PROCEDURES
1.1 General
Performance Pro Series gas fryers (formerly Master Jet 35- and 45-series fryers) contain a welded
stainless steel frypot directly heated by gas flames diffused evenly over its lower surface by ceramic
targets. The flames originate from orifices in a U-shaped burner manifold positioned beneath the frypot.
They are equipped with either a millivolt gas valve or electromechanical gas valve that regulates gas flow
to the manifold. For operating information, refer to the Performance Pro Series Gas Fryers Models 35 &
45 Installation and Operation manual (P/N 819-6042). (Furthermore, referred to as the Installation and
Operation manual.)
1.1.1 Pilot Ignition
The pilot system is the pilot orifice, pilot hood, and thermopile. The pilot serves two purposes: lighting
the burners and heating 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 opens the pilot valve. If the pilot flame is extinguished, the gas
valve pilot coil loses voltage and the pilot valve closes.
In units equipped with 24-volt electromechanical gas valves, a separate 24-volt circuit activated by the
fryer power switch provides voltage through the thermostat or controller to the gas valve main coil,
which opens the main valve. The main gas valve will not open if the pilot valve is not open. Light the
pilot flame manually using a match or the optional built-in piezo ignitor after installing the fryer.
1.1.2 Electronic Ignition
In units configured for electronic ignition, a black ignition module connected to an ignitor assembly
replaces the pilot system. The ignition module performs three important functions: supply voltage to the
gas valve, provide an ignition spark, and proof the pilot flame. The module contains a 4.5-second time
delay circuit and a coil that activates the gas valve. The ignitor assembly consists of a spark plug, a pilot,
and a flame sensor element.
At start-up the power switch is placed in the ON position, supplying 12 VDC to the heat control circuitry
in the controller or computer and to one side of the heat relay coil on the interface board. If resistance in
the temperature probe indicates the temperature in the frypot is below 180°F (82°C), the current flows
through a melt cycle circuit where a timer switch alternately closes for 3 seconds and opens for 24
seconds. If the temperature is 180°F (82°C) or above, the current flows through a heat circuit, bypassing
the timer switch. In either case, current is supplied to the other leg of the heat relay coil, which closes an
electronic switch in the 24 VAC circuit to provide current to the ignition module.
Circuitry in the ignition module sends 24 VAC current to the gas valve via a normally closed high-limit
switch and a drain safety switch. Simultaneously, the module causes the ignitor to spark for 4 seconds
to light the pilot flame. A flame sensor verifies that the pilot is lit by measuring the flow of microamps
through the flame (can vary, averages 1.9 microamps). If the pilot does not light or is extinguished,
current to the ignition module is stopped, preventing the main valve from opening, and the ignition
module locks out until the power switch is turned OFF, then back ON.
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1.1.3 Controller Options
Performance Pro gas fryers may be equipped with thermostat controls, analog controllers, digital
controllers, basket lift timers, or Computer Magic computers. In fryers equipped with thermostat control
panels, the fryer and melt cycle are turned on and off using rocker switches and the temperature is set by
a knob connected directly to the frypot-mounted thermostat. These units have no interface board. When
the melt cycle switch is placed in the ON position, the fryer stays in the melt cycle mode until the switch
is manually placed in the OFF position, even if the oil is at setpoint temperature. In units equipped with
thermostat access doors, the temperature control knob is located behind the hinged front panel. Service
procedures for this type of thermostat are slightly different from units with other thermostat controls.
Fryers equipped with other types of controllers have an interface board located in the component shield
behind the control panel.
1.1.4 Thermostats and Temperature Probes
Performance Pro gas fryers may have different kinds of thermostats depending on their configuration.
Fryers equipped with thermostat controls have an adjustable controlling thermostat. Adjust the temperature
at which the thermostat opens and closes by turning the attached knob. The Fenwal controlling thermostat
used in these fryers is sensitive to 1° changes in temperature.
Fryers equipped with other types of controls have a temperature probe. In these units, the probe resistance
varies directly with the temperature. As the temperature rises, so does the amount of resistance at a rate
of approximately 2 ohms for every 1° (F or C) of temperature (see Probe Resistance Chart, Section 1.6).
Circuitry in the controller monitors the probe resistance and controls burner firing when the resistance
exceeds or falls below programmed temperatures (i.e., setpoint). To program temperatures into the fryer,
use the keypad on the face of the controller. When testing temperature probes, unplug the 15-pin wiring
harness from the controller; otherwise, the reading may be incorrect due to extra resistance.
All open burner fryers are equipped with a high-limit thermostat. If the fryer fails to properly control oil
temperature, the high-limit thermostat prevents the fryer from overheating to flash point. The high-limit
thermostat acts as a normally closed power switch that opens when exposed to temperatures between
425°F to 450°F (218°C to 232°C). It will automatically reset when the oil temperature drops below
350°F (177°C).
1.2 Moving the Fryer for Servicing
If it is necessary to move the fryer before servicing, complete the following actions:
1. Drain the frypot.
2. Turn off the gas supply to the unit. Unplug any power cords. Disconnect the unit from the gas
supply.
3. Remove attached restraining devices, including chain restraints and anchor straps.
4. Relocate the fryer to an appropriate area for servicing.
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After servicing is complete:
5. Return the fryer to its original location, reconnect the unit to the gas supply, and open the gas supply
valve. Be sure to reattach all restraining devices and plug in all electrical cords.
6. Refill the fryer with oil.
1.3 Diagnostic Procedures
1.3.1 Cleaning the Gas Valve Vent Tube
1. Carefully unscrew the vent tube from the gas valve.
NOTE: Straighten the vent tube for easy removal.
2. Pass a piece of binding wire (.052-inch diameter) or equivalent through the tube to remove
obstructions.
3. Remove the wire and blow through the tube to ensure that it is clear.
4. Reinstall the tube and bend it so that the opening is pointing down.
1.3.2 Checking the Burner Manifold Gas Pressure
1. Ensure that the gas valve knob or button is in the OFF
position.
2. Remove the pressure tap plug from the end of the manifold.
WARNING
The frypot must be filled
with oil or water during this
procedure.
3. Connect a manometer or pressure gauge to the port.
Remove this plug and
connect a manometer or
pressure gauge to the
port.
4. Place the gas valve in the PILOT position and light. When the burner lights and continues to burn,
note the gas pressure reading and compare it to the accompanying tables.
To adjust burner gas pressure:
5. On non-CE valves, remove the cap from the regulator adjustment screw.
6. On all units, increase the setting on the thermostat until the burner comes on.
7. Monitor the gas pressure reading on the manometer or pressure gauge.
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35-Series Non-CE Standard
Burner Manifold Gas Pressures
Gas
45-Series Non-CE Standard
Burner Manifold Gas Pressures
Pressure
Gas
Pressure
Natural
4.0” W.C.
0.87 kPa
Natural
3.5” W.C.
0.73 kPa
Propane
9.0” W.C.
2.24 kPa
Propane
8.25” W.C.
2.05 kPa
35-Series CE Standard
Burner Manifold Gas Pressures
Gas
45-Series CE Standard
Burner Manifold Gas Pressures
Pressure
Gas
Pressure
Natural Gas Lacq
(G20) under 20 mbar
9 mbar
Natural Gas Lacq
(G20) under 20 mbar
7.5 mbar
Natural Gas Gronigue*
(G25) under 25 mbar
11 mbar
Natural Gas Gronigue*
(G25) under 25 mbar
10 mbar
Natural Gas Gronigue*
(G20) under 20 mbar
11 mbar
Natural Gas Gronigue
(G20) under 20 mbar
10 mbar
Propane
(G31) under 37 or 50 mbar
Propane
(G31) under 37 or 50 mbar
22.5 mbar
* Belgian G25 and G20 = 9.0 mbar
20.6 mbar
* Belgian G25 = 7.0 mbar
8. Use a flat-head screwdriver to adjust the gas valve regulator adjustment screw to obtain the prescribed
pressure written on the rating plate or one of the charts above. (Use the diagram on below to locate
this screw.) Turn the screw clockwise to increase gas pressure and counterclockwise to decrease gas
pressure.
9. On non-CE units, reinstall the gas valve regulator cap screw when the correct manifold pressure is
obtained.
10. Place the gas valve in the OFF position. Remove the fitting from the pressure tap hole and reinstall the
pressure tap plug.
11. Place the gas valve in the PILOT position. Re-light and check for any gas leaks.
12. Place the gas valve in the OFF position.
To access the pilot adjustment
screw on non-CE valves, this cap
must be removed.
Pilot Adjustment Screw
Gas Valve Regulator
Adjustment Screw
Honeywell Valve
(Non-CE Units)
Honeywell Valve
(CE Units)
Locating the gas valve regulator adjustment screw and pilot adjustment screw.
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1.3.3 Adjusting the Pilot Flame
1. On non-CE valves, remove the cap covering the pilot adjustment screw. On all valves, use a flattipped screwdriver to turn the pilot adjustment screw counterclockwise to increase the length of the
flame or clockwise to decrease the length of the flame. (Use the diagram on the previous page to
locate this screw.) Adjust the flame to a length of 1- to 1½- inches (25 to 38 mm).
2. On non-CE valves, reinstall the pilot adjustment screw cap.
1.3.4 Adjusting Burner Ceramic Target Spacing and Alignment
Proper spacing of the top edge of the ceramic targets is ¾-inch (13 mm) from the frypot side. To adjust
target spacing, bend the brackets away or toward the frypot, as needed. A length of board ¾-inch thick is
useful as a gauge to verify spacing and alignment.
¾-inch
There should be approximately ¾-inch spacing between the top edge
of the targets and the side of the frypot.
1.3.5 Calibrating the Thermostat
Fryers with thermostat access doors:
1. Fill the frypot to the lower OIL-LEVEL line with cooking oil. If using solid shortening, pack it
tightly into the frypot before starting the calibration procedure.
2. Light the pilot. (See Chapter 3 of the Installation and Operation manual for detailed lighting
instructions.)
3. Insert a thermometer or pyrometer into the frypot, about 1-inch from the thermostat.
4. Open the thermostat access door and set the thermostat on the fryer to 325°F (162°C).
5. When oil reaches 325°F (162°C), allow the burners to cycle on and off three times.
6. Take a temperature reading when the burners go off for the third time.
7. Loosen the setscrews in the thermostat knob and turn the knob to the temperature established by the
thermometer/pyrometer reading.
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8. Allow the burners to cycle on and off three more times and recheck the thermometer/pyrometer reading
against the thermostat setting. Temperature readings should be within 5°F (2.8°C) of setpoint.
Fryers with thermostat control panels:
NOTE: Remove the thermostat knob from its shaft to allow the control panel to hinge downward.
Follow the instructions in Section 1.4.2 to remove the knob and control panel.
1. Fill the frypot to the lower OIL-LEVEL line with cooking oil. If using solid shortening, pre-melt it
before starting the calibration procedure.
2. Ensure the fryer power switch is in the OFF position, and light the pilot. (Refer to Chapter 3 of the
Installation and Operation manual for detailed lighting instructions.)
3. Insert a thermometer or pyrometer into the frypot so that it
touches the thermostat guard.
4. 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.
5. Place the fryer power switch in the ON position.
NOTE: If the burner does not light at this time, it does not
mean the thermostat is defective.
CAUTION
The thermostat flexible shaft
must not be rotated while
installing the thermostat
shaft extension!
Do not rotate the flexible shaft
more than two turns in either
direction. Doing so will cause
damage to the thermostat.
Use a small flat-head screwdriver to slowly turn the flexible shaft counterclockwise until the burner
lights.
6. When the oil temperature reaches 325°F (162°C), slowly turn the flexible shaft clockwise until the
burner turns off. Then, allow the fryer to sit for a few minutes.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 at least three times to ensure that the setting is accurate. The thermostat control
is considered properly calibrated if the burner lights when the cooking oil cools to 325°F (162°C).
Do not take the reading when the burner shuts off after raising the temperature.
8. Once the thermostat is calibrated, allow the burner to cycle on and off at least three times to ensure
that it lights at the correct temperature.
9. After the calibration is complete, place the fryer power switch in the OFF position and disconnect
the fryer from the electrical supply.
10. Carefully replace the thermostat shaft extension so that the stop screw points straight up. Without
rotating the flexible shaft, tighten the stop screw, locking nut, and setscrew.
11. Close the fryer control panel and replace the screws and bezel.
12. Reinstall the thermostat knob. Align its pointer with the 325°F (162°C) index mark on the temperature
dial.
13. Reconnect the fryer to the electrical supply.
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1.3.6 Testing the Temperature Probe
1. While it is still in the frypot, inspect the probe body for damage. Inspect the leads for fraying,
burning, breaks, or kinks. If the probe is bent, dented, or cracked, or if the leads are damaged, replace
the probe.
2. Determine the temperature of the cooking oil using a thermometer or pyrometer placed at the tip of
the probe.
3. Disconnect the 15-pin wiring harness from the interface board. Measure the probe resistance using
J2 pins 13 and 14.
4. Resistance should approximately equal the given probe resistance for the corresponding temperature
on the chart in Section 1.6, Page 1-23. If not, the probe has failed and must be replaced. Probes
cannot be calibrated.
NOTE: A defective probe will cause inaccurate temperature measurements. If the temperature,
as measured by the probe, varies by more than 5°F! (2.8°C!) from the thermometer or pyrometer
reading, the probe should be replaced. Temperature probes cannot be calibrated.
1.4 Replacing Fryer Components
1.4.1 Replacing a Controller or Computer
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply.
2. Slide the metal bezel up to disengage the lower tabs. Then, slide the bezel down to disengage the
upper tabs.
3. Remove the two screws holding the controller to the control panel frame.
4. Hinge the controller down to access the 15-pin wiring harness on the back and unplug it.
5. Lift the controller up and out of the hinged tab slots.
6. Use a 5/16-inch nut driver (P/N 802-0352) to remove the nut and green grounding wire from the back
of the controller.
7. If replacing the 15-pin wiring harness, do so now. Plug the new 15-pin wiring harness into the
interface board with the metal ring on the controller-end of the connector.
8. Connect the 15-pin wiring harness and the green ground wire to the new controller. When the
connector on the harness is completely engaged, the clips on either side will snap into place.
9. Re-hinge the controller by inserting the tabs on the bottom into the slots on the control frame panel.
10. Move it into the closed position against the control panel frame and replace the screws in the top
corners.
11. Insert the top tabs on the bezel into the slots on the underside of the top cap. Slide the bezel down to
engage the lower tabs in the lower slots.
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1.4.2 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in Units with Thermostat Control Panels
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply. Turn
off the gas and disconnect the fryer.
2. Drain the frypot.
3. Loosen the setscrew securing the thermostat knob and remove
the knob. Remove the screws from the upper left and right
corners of the control panel. The control panel hinges at the
bottom and will swing open from the top.
4. Disconnect the 9-pin wiring harness and remove the control
panel from the fryer by disengaging its tabs from the hinge
slots in the mounting frame.
CAUTION
The thermostat flexible shaft
must not be rotated while
installing the thermostat
shaft extension!
Do not rotate the flexible shaft
more than two turns in either
direction. Doing so will cause
damage to the thermostat.
stop screw
5. Loosen the setscrews securing the flexible shaft to the thermostat
shaft. Slip the flexible shaft off the thermostat shaft.
locking nut
6. Remove the flexible shaft guide by removing the two sheet
metal screws securing it to the upper frame.
setscrew
7. Disconnect the thermostat leads from pin 14 in the 20-pin
terminal block and from the gas valve terminal.
NOTE: If the fryer has a melt cycle, the thermostat leads
connect to the PC board rather than to the terminal block and
gas valve. Disconnect the leads from the PC board if this is
the case.
8. Unscrew the thermostat from the frypot and remove it.
9. Apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread sealant or equivalent to
the threads of the replacement thermostat.
10. Reverse Steps 1-8 to install the replacement thermostat.
Loosen these setscrews and slip the
flexible shaft off of the thermostat shaft.
1.4.3 Replacing the Operating Thermostat in Units with Thermostat Access Doors
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply. Turn off the gas and disconnect the fryer.
2. Drain the frypot.
3. Use an allen wrench to loosen the setscrew at the side of the thermostat knob. Remove the knob.
4. Remove the two setscrews on both sides of the thermostat shaft and remove the dial plate.
5. Disconnect the thermostat wires from the gas valve.
6. Use a slotted socket to unscrew the thermostat from the frypot.
7. Apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread sealant or equivalent to the threads of the replacement thermostat.
8. Reverse Steps 1-7 to install the replacement thermostat.
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1.4.4 Replacing the Temperature Probe
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply.
2. Drain the frypot.
CAUTION
Drain the frypot before proceeding.
3. Remove the controller or computer according to the instructions in Section 1.4.1.
4. Unplug the 12-pin wiring harness from the front of the interface board.
5. Use a pin-pusher to remove the temperature probe wires (pins 1 and 2) from the 12-pin wiring harness
6. Unscrew the temperature probe from the frypot and remove.
7. Apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread sealant or equivalent to threads of the replacement probe.
8. Screw the new probe into the frypot.
9. Reverse Steps 1-5 to reassemble.
10. Check the probe according to the instructions in Section 1.3.6.
1.4.5 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in Fryers with Thermostat Controls
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply.
2. Drain the frypot.
CAUTION
Drain the frypot before proceeding.
3. Remove the thermostat knob and/or control panel as instructed in Section 1.4.2 or 1.4.3.
4. Disconnect the high-limit thermostat leads from the gas valve pilot coil.
5. Unscrew the high-limit thermostat from the fryer and remove.
6. Apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread sealant or equivalent to the threads of the replacement high-limit
thermostat.
7. Reverse Steps 1-5 to the install replacement high-limit.
1.4.6 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat in Fryers with Other Controls
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply.
2. Drain the frypot.
CAUTION
Drain the frypot before proceeding.
3. Remove the bezel and controller as instructed in Section 1.4.1, Steps 2 and 3.
4. Unplug the 15-pin wiring harness and grounding wire from the controller.
5. Remove the high-limit thermostat wires from the gas valve pilot coil.
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6. Unscrew the high-limit thermostat from the fryer and remove it.
7. Attach the appropriate terminals (instructions furnished in the replacement kit) to the thermostat
leads.
8. Apply Loctite™ PST56765 thread sealant or equivalent to the threads of the replacement high-limit
thermostat.
9. Reverse Steps 1-6 to install the replacement high-limit.
1.4.7 Replacing the Heat Mode Indicator Light in Fryers with Thermostat Controls
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply.
2. Remove the thermostat knob and control panel as instructed in Section 1.4.2 or 1.4.3, as appropriate.
3. Carefully press the light out from the back of the control panel.
4. Disconnect one wire at a time and reconnect it to the replacement light (before disconnecting the
next wire). Continue until all wires are transferred.
5. Carefully press the light back into the control panel.
6. Reinstall the thermostat knob and control panel by reversing Step 2.
7. Reconnect the fryer to the electrical power supply.
1.4.8 Replacing the Power or Melt Cycle Switch in Fryers with Thermostat Controls
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply.
2. Remove the thermostat knob and control panel as instructed in Section 1.4.2.
3. Using a flat-head screwdriver, disconnect the chrome bezel from the tabs on the switch and press the
switch out from the front.
4. Carefully press the new switch into the chrome bezel, making sure the tabs on the switch engage the
slots in the bezel.
5. Disconnect one wire at a time and reconnect it to the replacement switch (before disconnecting the
next wire). Continue until all wires are transferred.
6. Reinstall the thermostat knob and control panel by reversing Step 2.
7. Reconnect the fryer to the electrical power supply.
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1.4.9 Replacing Burner Ceramic Targets
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply. Turn off the gas and disconnect the fryer.
2. Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain
valve.
3. Remove the round drain sections as necessary to expose the
burners and heat shield.
WARNING
Drain the frypot or remove the
handle from the drain valve
before proceeding further.
4. Disconnect the wires from the gas valve terminal block, marking each wire to facilitate reconnection.
5. Remove the high-limit thermostat wires from the gas valve pilot coil.
6. Disconnect the pipe union collar located on the bottom of the gas valve.
7. Remove the burner heat shield hanger screws at the front of the burner and remove the heat shield.
In units with built-in filtration, there may be a second heat shield located under the burner manifold.
Remove the screws holding it in place and remove it.
8. Remove the filter pan by sliding it out of the unit and lifting it up and out of the roller track.
9. Remove the burner hanger screws and lower the front of the main burner. Pull it forward to clear the
rear burner hanger and lower the burner to the floor.
10. Raise the front of the fryer enough to slide the burner from under the fryer cabinet.
11. To replace only the ceramic targets, straighten the
target locking tabs 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.
CAUTION
Avoid cross-threading and
stripping when reinstalling
the brass orifices.
To replace the entire target assembly, use a ½-inch (13mm) box end wrench to remove the two brass
orifices that hold the assembly to the burner manifold. Position the new assembly and replace the
orifices.
12. Reverse Steps 1-9 to reinstall the burner assembly. Compare spacing and alignment of targets with
the parameters in Section 1.3.4.
1.4.10 Replacing the Gas Valve
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply. Turn
off the gas and disconnect the fryer.
WARNING
Drain the frypot or remove the
handle from the drain valve
before proceeding further.
2. Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain valve.
3. Disconnect the wires from the gas valve terminal block, marking each wire to facilitate reconnection.
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4. Remove the high-limit thermostat wire from the gas valve pilot coil.
5. Disconnect the pilot gas line fitting from the gas valve.
6. Disconnect both pipe union collars from the gas valve and remove the valve.
7. Remove the pipefittings from the old gas valve and install them on the replacement valve. Use
Loctite™ PST56765 or equivalent pipe thread sealant on the threads.
8. Reverse Steps 1-6 to install the replacement gas valve.
1.4.11 Replacing the Pilot Assembly or Thermopile
1. Remove the burner assembly in accordance with Steps 1-10
in Section 1.4.9.
WARNING
Drain the frypot or remove the
handle from the drain valve
before proceeding further.
2. To replace only the thermopile:
a. Bend the clip at the bottom of the pilot assembly and press
the thermopile out of the pilot assembly from the top.
b. Disconnect the thermopile fitting from the gas valve pilot coil.
c. Reverse Steps a and b to install the replacement thermopile.
3. To replace the complete pilot assembly:
Bend the clip to release the thermopile.
a. Disconnect the pilot tubing from the bottom of the pilot assembly.
b. Remove the screw from the pilot mounting bracket to release the pilot assembly.
c. Disconnect the thermopile fitting from the gas valve pilot coil.
d. Reverse Steps a-c to install the replacement assembly.
4. Reinstall the burner assembly by reversing Steps 1-8 of Section 1.4.9.
1.4.12 Replacing the Frypot
1. Drain the frypot.
2. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply. Turn off the gas supply and disconnect the
fryer.
3. Remove all accessories (i.e., frypot covers, basket lift arms, etc.) from the fryer.
4. If the fryer is equipped with a thermostat control, remove the thermostat knob and control panel
according to Steps 3-8 in Section 1.4.3.
NOTE: If the fryer is configured with a melt cycle, the thermostat leads will be connected to the PC board
rather than to the terminal block and gas valve. Disconnect the leads from the PC board if this is the case.
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5. If the fryer is not equipped with a thermostat control, remove the controller according to Steps 2-6
in Section 1.4.1.
6. Disconnect the 12-pin plug from the interface board. Use a pin-pusher to remove the temperature
probe wires (pins 1 and 2) and the high-limit thermostat leads (pins 6 and 8) from the plug. Leave
all other wires connected.
7. Remove the control panel frame by removing the screws in the upper left and right corners that
secure the control panel to the topcap. Remove the screws in the top and bottom holes of each brace
of the control panel that secure it to the fryer. Pull the control panel straight out of the fryer frame.
It may require a rubber mallet to loosen it.
8. Disconnect the wires from the components in the component shield and mark to facilitate reconnection.
9. Disconnect the wires from the gas valve terminal block and mark each to facilitate reconnection.
10. Remove the cover from the drain safety switch, disconnect the wires from the switch, and pull them
out of the switch box.
11. Pull up and forward on the component shield to clear the rear mounting stud on the front of the
frypot and remove it from the fryer by rotating its right side up and to the left.
12. Disconnect the pipe union on the bottom of the gas valve.
13. On units with filtration, disconnect the section of drain connected to the drain valve of the frypot to
be removed.
14. Take off the topcap by removing the pairs of screws from each tab in the upper corners. Pull up to
slide it off the fryer. It may require a rubber mallet to loosen it.
15. Remove the frypot hold-down bracket, which attaches the front of the frypot to the frame of the fryer.
It is held in place by three screws: two securing it to the frame and one securing it to the frypot.
16. Remove the flue cap:
a. Remove all of the screws attaching the back panels to the
fryer and remove the panels.
b. Remove the screws in the bottom left and right corners of
the flue cap.
c. Slide the flue cap up to remove it.
CAUTION
Clean all threads and apply
Loctite™ PST56765 thread
sealant or equivalent when
installing the drain valve,
high-limit, and thermostat
or temperature probe on the
replacement frypot.
17. Remove the oil return line from the front of the frypot to be removed.
18. Lift the complete frypot assembly (frypot, burner, gas valve, and flue) from the fryer cabinet.
19. Transfer the burner heat shield and burner to the replacement frypot.
20. Remove the drain valve, thermostat or temperature probe, and high-limit thermostat and install them
on the replacement frypot.
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21. In units with multiple frypots, add a bead of silicon along the joint between the frypots to ensure a
seal. Then, insert the top connecting strip.
22. Reverse Steps 1-25 to reassemble the fryer.
1.4.13 Replacing a Pump/Motor
1. Disconnect the unit from the electrical power supply.
2. Remove the filter pan from the unit and drain the frypots into a Shortening Disposal Unit (SDU) or
other appropriate metal container.
DANGER
DO NOT attempt to drain more than one full frypot or two split frypots into the SDU at one time.
3. Position a container beneath the oil return fitting at the front of the cabinet. Disconnect the flexible
oil line from the fitting, allowing any residual oil to drain into the container.
4. At the rear of the fryer, unplug the left connector (as viewed from the rear of the fryer) from the
transformer box. Using a pin pusher, push the pump solenoid valve wires from Pins 7 and 9.
5. Remove the four nuts and bolts attaching the motor mount to the rear motor mount support.
6. At the front of the fryer, remove the cover plate from the front of the motor and disconnect the motor
wires.
7. Place a 1-foot (30.5-cm) length of wood (or similar support) beneath the motor mount near the front
of the unit and remove the two remaining nuts and bolts attaching the motor mount to the front
cabinet cross-brace.
8. Carefully remove the support and lower the motor mount to the floor, allowing the rear of the mount
to slide forward and off the rear motor mount support.
9. Disconnect the Power Shower flexline (if applicable) or the oil return flexline from the pump. The
motor and pump assembly can now be pulled from beneath the fryer and the failed component can
be removed and replaced.
10. Position the new/repaired motor and pump assembly beneath the fryer and reconnect the Power
Shower flexline (if applicable) or the oil return flexline to the pump. Lift the rear of the motor mount
up and onto the rear motor mount support.
11. Lift the front of the motor mount up and support it with a 1-foot (30.5-cm) piece of wood or a similar
support. Install but do not tighten the two nuts and bolts that attach the motor mount to the front
cabinet cross-brace.
12. Install and tighten the four nuts and bolts that secure the motor mount to the rear motor mount
support. Reconnect the solenoid valve wires to Pins 7 and 9 of the 9-pin connector (polarity does
not matter) and reconnect the plug.
13. At the front of the fryer, tighten the two nuts and bolts at the front of the motor mount. Reconnect
the motor power wires and reinstall the wiring cover plate.
14. Reconnect the oil return flexline and reinstall the filter pan.
15. Reconnect the unit to the electrical power supply, fill the frypots with oil, and check for proper
operation.
1.5 Troubleshooting and Problem Isolation
Because it is not feasible to include every issue that might occur, 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
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correct any problem encountered.
1.5.1 Typical Problems
You are likely to encounter problems in these broad categories:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pilot Failure
Ignition Failure
Improper Burner Function
Improper Temperature Control
Gas Valve Malfunction
6.
7.
8.
9.
Computer Malfunction
Filtration Malfunction
Leakage
Basket Lift Malfunction
Read the following sections to learn more about each category. A series of troubleshooting guides is
also included at the end of the chapter to assist in identifying some of the more common problems. In
addition, Section 1.5.2 will guide technicians through interpretation of digital controller lights, helpful
in diagnosing problems.
Pilot Failure
There are two types of pilot failure: no pilot flame and unreliable pilot flame.
No pilot flame:
Unreliable pilot flame:
• Insufficient gas supply
• Clogged pilot orifice
• Air in gas lines (usually in new installations).
•
•
•
•
Open or grounded high limit
Loose or corroded wire connections
Low or no voltage out of thermopile
Bad gas valve.
Ignition Failure
Ignition failure occurs when the gas valve no longer receives power, the gas supply stops, or the pilot
flame goes out. Solid-state controllers indicate ignition failure by illuminating the heat light and trouble
light simultaneously. Computers and digital timers will read HELP to indicate ignition failure. There are
three primary areas of focus in diagnosing and correcting ignition failure:
1. The gas and electrical power supplies
2. The electronic circuits
3. The gas valve.
The Gas and Electrical Power Supplies
The main indicators that the gas or electrical power supply is the cause of ignition failure are as follows:
an entire battery of fryers fails to light, and/or there are no indicator lights illuminated on the fryer
experiencing ignition failure. Verify that the quick disconnect hose is properly connected, the fryer is
plugged in, the main gas supply valve is open, and the circuit breaker for the fryer electrical supply is
not tripped.
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The Electronic Circuits
If the fryer is receiving gas and electrical power, the next most likely cause of ignition failure is a problem
in the 24 VAC circuit of the pilot system. If the fryer is equipped with a drain valve for filtration purposes,
check the drain valve to verify that it is fully closed. A microswitch attached to the valve 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 is not equipped with a filtration system,
refer to Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit in Section 1.7.1 of this manual.
The Gas Valve
If the problem is not in the 24 VAC circuit of the pilot system, it is most likely in the gas valve. However,
before replacing the gas valve, refer to Troubleshooting the Gas Valve in Section 1.7.2 of this manual.
Improper Burner Function
In these types of instances, the burner ignites but exhibits abnormal characteristics, such as popping,
incomplete lighting of the burner, fluctuating flame intensity, and flames “rolling” out of the fryer.
Popping indicates delayed ignition. In most cases, the main gas valve is opening, but the burner is not
immediately lighting. When ignition does take place, excess gas bursts into flame suddenly, rather than
smoothly igniting.
The primary causes of popping are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Incorrect or fluctuating gas pressure
Misdirected or weak pilot flame
Clogged burner orifices
Inadequate make-up air
Missing or misaligned burner deflector targets
Clogged vent tube (causing incorrect gas pressure).
Incorrect or Fluctuating Gas Pressure
If popping occurs only during peak hours, the problem may be incorrect or fluctuating gas pressure.
Verify that the incoming gas pressure (to the gas valve) is in accordance with the appropriate CE or nonCE standard found in the table on Page 1-4 and the pressure remains constant throughout all hours of
usage. Refer to Checking the Burner Manifold Pressure in Section 1.3.2 for instructions on checking the
pressure of gas supplied to the burner.
Misdirected or Weak Pilot Flame
If popping is consistent during all hours of operation, check position of the pilot above the burner orifice
and verify that the pilot pressure is correct. A 1- to 1 ½-inch (25 to 38 mm) flame indicates correct pilot
pressure. Refer to Section 1.3.3 for information on pilot flame adjustment.
Clogged Burner Orifices
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Clogged burner orifices, especially those near the pilot, are also likely causes of delayed ignition. Lack of
flame, flames that are orange in color, and flames that shoot out at an angle from the rest are indications
of clogged burner orifices. If only one side of the burner is lighting, the rear deflector target may be
misaligned or missing completely. Improper burner pressure may also cause this. If there are gaps in
burner firing, check for clogged burner orifices.
Inadequate Make-up Air
Another cause of popping is an insufficient air supply or drafts that are blowing the pilot flame away
from the burner. Check for negative pressure conditions in the kitchen area. If air is flowing into the
kitchen area, this indicates that more air is entering the kitchen than is leaving it. In a negative pressure
environment, the burners may not be receiving an adequate amount of air to maintain a strong pilot
flame.
Other Causes of Popping
Other causes of popping are more ambiguous and may have two or more possible causes to consider.
If the fryer’s gas and air supplies are okay, it is likely that the cause of the popping is one of the electrical
components. Examine the controller for signs of melting, distortion, and possibly discoloration due to
excessive heat buildup in the fryer (usually indicating improper flue performance). Automatically suspect
a discolored or distorted controller and replace it. However, it is important to diagnose and correct the
condition causing excessive heat in the fryer or the problem is likely to recur.
Fluctuating flame intensity is normally caused by improper or fluctuating gas pressure or the result
of variations in the kitchen atmosphere. Verify incoming gas pressure in the same way as for popping,
discussed in the preceding paragraphs. Air condition and ventilation units (such as hoods) starting and
stopping throughout the day usually cause variations in the kitchen atmosphere. 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. The
negative air pressure is sucking air out of the fryer enclosure and the flames are following the air. If
negative pressure is not the cause, check for high burner manifold gas pressure in accordance with the
procedures in Section 1.3.2. An obstructed flue, which prevents the fryer from properly exhausting, may
also be the cause.
An unusually noisy burner, especially when flames are visible above the flue opening, may indicate
that the burner gas pressure is too high or that the gas valve vent tube is blocked. If the gas pressure is
correct and the vent tube is unobstructed, the gas valve regulator is probably defective.
Occasionally, a burner may appear to be operating correctly, but it shows a slow recovery rate (discussed
on Page 1-18). The primary causes of this are low burner manifold pressure and misaligned or missing
deflector targets. In some cases, the cause is a gas valve regulator that is out of adjustment. Refer to
Section 1.3.2 for instructions on checking the burner manifold pressure and Section 1.3.4 for adjusting
deflector target positioning.
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Improper Temperature Control
Temperature control—including that for the melt cycle—is a function of several interrelated components,
each of which must operate correctly. The principal component is the thermostat (in units equipped
with thermostat controls) or the temperature probe (in fryers equipped with other types of controllers).
Depending upon the specific configuration of the fryer, it may also include an interface board and
controller. Problems with improper temperature control can be categorized into those issues concerning
melt cycle malfunctions and those concerning a failure to control at setpoint.
Melt Cycle
In fryers equipped with thermostat controls, the melt cycle is controlled with a solid state melt cycle
board and a melt cycle switch on the control panel. In all cases, replace the defective component.
In fryers equipped with other types of controllers, the problem may originate in the controller,
the temperature probe, or a malfunctioning heat relay on the interface board. For problem isolation
techniques, refer to the troubleshooting guides, Troubleshooting the Thermostat and Troubleshooting the
Temperature Probe, in Section 1.7, Troubleshooting.
Sediment
Particle
Failure to Control at Setpoint
Oil Flow
In fryers equipped with thermostat controls, the problem will
be in the thermostat. Refer to Section 1.3.5 for instructions on
calibrating the thermostat. 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.
Sediment
Particle
Up for reverse
Down for forward
Refer to Section 1.3.5 for instructions on calibrating the
Removing debris or shortening from
thermostat. In fryers equipped with other types of controls, the
a seized pump.
problem may originate in the temperature probe or probe circuit,
the interface board, or the controller. Refer to Troubleshooting the Temperature Probe, Section 1.7.4.,
for problem isolation techniques.
Gas Valve Malfunction
Occasionally, a gas valve may malfunction. Use Section 1.7.2, Troubleshooting the Gas Valve, to
determine if the valve has failed.
Computer Malfunction
Before diagnosing problems related to a computer controller, it is important to understand the use and
significance of sensitivity and recovery.
Sensitivity and Recovery
Sensitivity—or “stretch time”—is a programmable feature, patented by Frymaster, which increases or
decreases the cook time countdown based on variation in the oil temperature from the setpoint. The
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sensitivity for each product button has ten settings, 0-9. Setting sensitivity to “0” will disable the feature
completely, while a setting of “9” will provide the highest sensitivity or most change. The correct sensitivity
for any product is based on the type of product, its density, the setpoint temperature, and the customer’s
own requirements. A generic sensitivity chart is located on Page 1-5 of the Frymaster Fryer Controllers
manual (P/N 819-5916).
Recovery—or “rate of rise”— is a method of measuring a fryer’s performance. It is the time required for
the fryer to increase the oil temperature from 275°F to 325°F (135°C to 163°C). This range is the standard
since ambient kitchen temperatures can affect the test if lower ranges are used. The Computer Magic
computer controller performs the recovery test each day as the fryer heats-up. An operator can view the
button and entering the
results of the test any time the fryer is above 325°F (163°C) by pressing the
code 1652. The test results display in the computer’s LED panel in minutes and seconds. The acceptable
recovery time is 2:30 or less. Extended recovery is a sign that the fryer is not being regularly maintained
or it is in need of servicing. The recovery time lengthens as fryer health declines. This is a useful tool for
gauging the condition of the fryer and should be checked regularly.
Common Computer Complaints
Most problems with Computer Magic controllers stem from programming issues. There are four common
complaints.
1. Fryer constantly displays HI.
Cause: Incorrect, low, or missing setpoint.
Fix: Press
setpoint.
1650, enter the correct setpoint using the keypad, then press
to lock-in the new
2. Fryer constantly displays temperature.
Cause: The computer has been programmed to constantly display the temperature.
Fix: Press
165L.
3. Fryer displays temperature in Celsius.
Cause: The computer has been programmed to display in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit.
Fix: Press
1658.
4. Computer times down too slowly or too quickly.
Cause: The computer is compensating for oil temperature via the sensitivity setting.
Fix: Reprogram the sensitivity setting for each product by following the programming instructions in
the Installation and Operation manual or the Frymaster Fryers Controllers manual (P/N 819-5916).
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Filtration Malfunction
The majority of filtration malfunctions arise from operator error. One of the most common errors is
placing the filter paper on the bottom of the filter pan rather than over the filter screen.
Inspect the filter paper to ensure that it is correctly sized and placed. Incorrectly sized or installed filter
paper will allow particles and sediment to pass through the filter pan and into the pump. When sediment
enters the pump, the gears can bind and cause the motor to overheat. If the motor overheats, the thermal
overload will trip to protect the motor from further damage. Reset the motor by pressing the red reset
button the end of the motor nearest the operator. Sediment cannot enter the pump when the correct
filter paper is used properly.
While you are checking the filter paper, verify that the O-rings on the filter pan and connectors are
present and in good condition. Missing or worn O-rings will allow the pump to suck air and decrease its
efficiency.
A pump seized by debris or hard shortening can usually be freed by manually moving the gears with a
screwdriver or other tool.
1. Disconnect power to the filter system.
2. Remove the input plumbing from the pump.
3. Use a screwdriver to manually turn the gears.
• Turn the pump gears backward to release a hard particle and remove it.
• Turn the pump gears forward to push softer objects and solid shortening through the pump and allow
the gears to move freely.
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 during filtering.
Pan blockage can also occur if shortening remains in the pan and solidifies. The heater strip on the suction
tube prevents solidification of residual shortening left in the tube. It will not melt or prevent solidification of
shortening in the pan. Remove blockages 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.
The Power Shower may need service for clogged openings, shortening solidified in the tubes, missing
clean-out plugs, and missing or worn O-rings. To correct these problems, clean the unit and replace missing
or worn plugs and O-rings.
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Manual (Push-Button)
Modular Basket Lift Simplified Schematic
2-Pole
Mech
Timer
H
N
1 or 5
N.O.
Upper Limit
Microswitch
M
3
4 or 6
N.C.
Lower Limit
Microswitch
When the timer button is pushed, the lower circuit is activated. The basket lift lowers,
closing the normally open upper microswitch. The motor loses power when the basket
lift rod moves down and opens the lower, normally closed microswitch. When the timer
times-out, the upper circuit is activated. The basket lift rises, closing the lower
microswitch. When the rod clears the upper microswitch, it opens and power is again
cut to the motor. Pushing the timer button again restarts the cycle.
Computer/Controller
Modular Basket Lift Simplified Schematic
H
N
N.O.
Upper Limit
Microswitch
5
M
1 or 4
3
Basket Lift
Relay
To computer/controller
via interface board
N.C.
Lower Limit
Microswitch
When the product button is pushed on the computer/controller, current flows through
a coil in the basket lift relay. The lower circuit is activated and the basket lift lowers,
closing the upper, normally open microswitch. The basket lift rod moves down,
opening the lower, normally closed microswitch and removing power from the motor.
When the computer/controller times-out, the relay coil loses current and the upper
circuit is activated. The basket lift rises, closing the lower microswitch. When the rod
opens the upper microswitch, power to the motor is lost again. Pushing the product
button again restarts the cycle.
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Leakage
When a frypot appears to be leaking, suspect the areas where high-limit thermostats, temperature probes,
and drain fittings attach to the frypot. When installed or replaced, seal each of these components with
Loctite PST56765 sealant or equivalent to prevent leakage.
If oil coats the sides or ends of the frypot, the most likely cause is spillage over the top of the frypot.
There may also be oil pooled on the floor below the fryer. This is not necessarily a sign that the frypot
is leaking.
It is important to check the joints between round drain sections and all of the fittings. If removing a section
of drain tube connected to the drain valve for any reason, make sure that the O-rings are in good condition
and properly fitted within the drain during reinstallation. Ensure that the clamps are tight and that the
nut holding them onto the stud of the tube is not stripped or loose. Also, check that the drain tube runs
downward from the drain along its whole length and has no low points where oil may accumulate.
In very rare cases, a leak may develop along one of the welded edges of the frypot. When this type of leak
is suspected, thoroughly inspect the frypot. If it is definitely leaking, replace the frypot.
Basket Lift Malfunction
Performance Pro series gas fryers may be optionally equipped with automatic basket lifts to ensure uniform
cooking time. The lifts can be controlled manually or through a basket lift timer or Computer Magic
computer. Basket lifts will always come in pairs, although each operates independently.
Each basket lift consists of a basket lift arm attached to a toothed rod, a reversible-drive gear motor, and
a pair of roller-activated microswitches. The gear motor engages the teeth on the rod and moves it up or
down based on the motor’s rotation. Microswitches at the upper and lower limits of movement stop the
motor when the basket is fully up or down. They also reverse the direction of current flow to reverse the
motor direction. When the manually set or programmed cooking time has elapsed, the basket lift receives
current and raises the basket out of the oil.
In units configured for manual (push-button) controls, a mechanical or electrical timer controls voltage
to the system. Turning a rotary knob sets the cook time, and pressing the button in the middle of the knob
activates the motor. When the timer times down, power is supplied to the opposite pole of the motor
through the upper microswitch. The motor drives the rod upward until it loses contact with the upper
microswitch, cutting power to the motor and stopping the lift.
In units configured for basket lift timers or Computer Magic computers, the process is almost identical.
The difference is that the push button mechanical timer is replaced with timing circuitry in the computer
or controller. The operator programs the specific cook times (and other settings) into the computer or
controller. When the product button is pressed, the timing circuitry activates a coil in the basket lift relay
to supply power to the lower microswitch. As with the manually controlled units, the microswitches stop
the motor at the lift’s upper and lower travel limits and reverse the direction of current flow, reversing the
motor’s direction.
There are three basket lift problem types. They are
• binds and jams,
• motor and gear wear, and
1-22
• electronics failure.
Binds and Jams
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.
Another possible cause of binding is the improper positioning of the motor, which prevents the gear from
correctly engaging the teeth in the rod. To correct the problem, loosen the screws that hold the motor in
place and move it forward or backward until the rod has just enough slack to be rotated slightly.
Motor and Gear Wear
The most likely problem encountered in this category is erratic motion of the lift due to a worn drive
gear. Failure to keep the lift rod and bushings properly lubricated will cause unnecessary wear of the gear.
Correct the problem by replacing the worn gear.
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. The brake cannot be repaired and the motor
must be replaced.
If the motor fails to run when power is reaching it, replace the motor because it has burned-out.
Electronics Failure
An electronics failure may be caused by relays, microswitches, capacitors, resistors, interface boards,
wiring, and controls. Troubleshooting electronics is 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 each component for the presence of 120 VAC. Examine the diagrams on
Pages 1-31 and 1-32 to identify components and wiring connection points. (See Page 1-22 for simplified
basket lift schematics.)
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1.5.2 Interpretation of Analog Controller Lights
Power light ON, heat light cycling, trouble light OFF, and melt light ON:
• If the fryer oil temperature is below 180°F (82°C), the lights indicate that the unit is operating
normally.
• If the fryer oil temperature is above 180°F (82°C) and the heat light continues to cycle as if in the
melt cycle, this may indicate a defective probe circuit or low incoming 12 VAC to the controller.
Power light ON, heat light ON, trouble light OFF, and melt light OFF:
• If the fryer oil temperature is above 180°F (82°C) and below the setpoint temperature, the lights
indicate that the unit is operating normally.
• If the fryer oil temperature is above setpoint and the heat light remains lit, this may indicate a defective
probe circuit.
Power light ON, heat light OFF, trouble light ON, and melt light OFF:
• If the fryer oil temperature is below 410°F (210°C), the lights indicate one of the following:
a. The probe circuit is defective, or
b. There is a connection problem on pins 2 or 10 on the 15-pin wiring harness.
• If the fryer oil temperature is above 410°F (210°C), the lights indicate a “run-away” heating circuit.
1.6 Probe Resistance Chart
Probe Resistance Chart
For use with 35- and 45-series fryers manufactured with Minco Thermistor probes only.
F
OHMS
C
F
OHMS
C
F
OHMS
C
F
OHMS
C
F
OHMS
C
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
1061
1070
1080
1091
1101
1112
1122
1133
1143
1154
1164
1174
1185
1195
16
18
21
24
27
29
32
35
38
41
43
46
49
52
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
175
180
185
190
195
1206
1216
1226
1237
1247
1258
1268
1278
1289
1299
1309
1320
1330
1340
54
57
60
63
66
68
71
74
77
79
82
85
88
91
200
205
210
215
220
225
230
235
240
245
250
255
260
265
1350
1361
1371
1381
1391
1402
1412
1422
1432
1442
1453
1463
1473
1483
93
96
99
102
104
107
110
113
116
118
121
124
127
129
270
275
280
285
290
295
300
305
310
315
320
325
330
335
1493
1503
1514
1524
1534
1544
1554
1564
1574
1584
1594
1604
1614
1624
132
135
138
141
143
146
149
152
154
157
160
163
166
168
340
345
350
355
360
365
370
375
380
385
390
395
400
405
1634
1644
1654
1664
1674
1684
1694
1704
1714
1724
1734
1744
1754
1764
171
174
177
179
182
185
188
191
193
196
199
202
204
207
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1.7 Troubleshooting Guides
The following are only guides. They are provided to assist the technician or service professional in the
isolation of failures in components and wiring on the fryer.
1.7.1 Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit
Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit: Analog Controller
Before troubleshooting, verify that the drain valve(s) is fully closed and move the power switch into the
ON position.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSES
24 VAC not present at gas valve or the power switch.
• Failed 24 volt transformer
Continuity across the power switch not equal to 0.
• Failed power switch
Continuity across the thermostat not equal to 0.
• Failed thermostat
• If 24 VAC is present at the gas valve, go to Troubleshooting the Gas Valve, Section 1.7.2.
Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit: Electronic Ignition (Computer Controller)
Before troubleshooting, verify that the drain valve is fully closed, then turn on the controller.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSES
No LEDs on the interface board are lit.
• Failed 24 volt transformer
• Failed interface board
• Failed or open drain safety switch
• Failed wiring between components
24 volt LED on the interface board is lit, no others.
• Failed interface board
• Failed or open drain safety switch
• Failed wiring between components
GV LED on the interface board is lit (with or without other LEDs).
• Failed interface board
• Open high-limit thermostat
• Failed or open drain safety switch
• Failed wiring between interface board
and gas valve
• Failed gas valve
LED 3 is continually lit, but LED 2 and LED 4 are not lit.
• Failed heat relay
• Failed interface board
LEDs 2, 3, and 4 are lit, but 24 VAC is not present at V1S (V1D and
V2D on dual-vat units).
• Failed igition module
• Failed interface board
LEDs 2, 3, and 4 are lit, and 24 VAC is present at V1S (V1D and
V2D on dual-vat units).
• Failed interface board
• If a failed ignition module is suspected, replace the questionable module with one known to be good to isolate the problem.
• If 24 VAC is present on pin 6 on J1, but the pilot will not light, go to Troubleshooting the Gas Valve, Section 1.7.2.
• If 24 VAC is present on pin 20 of the 20-pin terminal block, but not at the gas valve, go to Troubleshooting the Gas Valve,
Section 1.7.2.
1-25
Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit: Standing Pilot (Computer Controller)
Before troubleshooting, verify that the drain valve is fully closed, then turn on the controller.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSES
No LEDs on the interface board are lit.
• Failed 24 volt transformer
• Failed interface board
• Failed or open drain safety switch
• Failed wiring between components
24 volt LED on the interface board is lit, no others.
• Failed interface board
• Failed or open drain safety switch
• Failed wiring between components
GV LED on the interface board is lit (with or without other LEDs).
• Failed interface board
• Open high-limit thermostat
• Failed or open drain safety switch
• Failed wiring between interface board
and gas valve
• Failed gas valve
Continuity across drain safety switch(es) not equal to 0
• Failed or open drain safety switch.
24 VAC is not present at V1S (V1D and V2D on dual-vat units).
• Failed interface board
• If 24 VAC is present all the way through to the high-limit, go to Troubleshooting the Gas Valve, Section 1.7.2.
1.7.2 Troubleshooting the Gas Valve
Before troubleshooting, verify that the gas main street valve is open and the fryer gasline cutoff valve is
open. Place the gas valve in the ON position.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSES
Incoming gas pressure is too high or low.
• Problem with gas supply
Pilot won’t remain lit, low millivolt output from thermopile.
• Failed thermopile
Pilot won’t remain lit, good millivolt output from thermopile.
• Failed gas valve
• Failed high-limit
• If 24 VAC is not present at the gas valve, go to Troubleshooting the 24 VAC Circuit, Section 1.7.1.
1.7.3 Troubleshooting the Thermostat
Check the calibration of the thermostat before troubleshooting, if possible.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSES
The burner does not light when the thermostat is set to the maximum setting.
• Failed thermostat
• Failed wiring
• If 24 VAC is present at the gas valve, but the burner is not lighting, go to Troubleshooting the Gas Valve, Section 1.7.2.
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1.7.4 Troubleshooting the Temperature Probe
Follow these guidelines to troubleshoot the temperature probe:
1. While it is still in the frypot, inspect the probe body for damage. Inspect the leads for fraying, burning,
breaks, or kinks. If the probe is bent, dented, or cracked, or if the leads are damaged, replace the
probe.
2. Determine the temperature of the cooking oil using a thermometer or pyrometer placed at the tip of
the probe.
3. Disconnect the 15-pin wiring harness from the interface board. Measure the probe resistance using J2
pins 13 and 14.
4. Resistance should approximately equal the given probe resistance for the corresponding temperature
on the chart in Section 1.6, Page 1-23. If not, the probe has failed and must be replaced. Probes cannot
be calibrated.
5. If the resistance matches the corresponding temperature on the chart, measure the resistance through
J2 pin 13 and ground. Then, through J2 14 and ground. If the resistance of each pin is 5 megaohms
or greater, the probe is working correctly. If the resistance is less than 5 megaohms, it has failed and
must be replaced.
1-27
1.8 Wiring Diagrams
1.8.1 Standing Pilot
1-28
1.8.2 Electronic Ignition
1-29
1.8.3 Non-Computer Controlled Fryer
1-30
1.8.4 Electronic Ignition
1-31
8050902D
1.8.5 Filter Box
1-32
1.8.6 Modular Basket Lift 100/120V
1-33
1.8.7 Modular Basket Lift 208/250V
12 - - - - - 7
6
5
3
4
1-34
2
1
PERFORMANCE PRO SERIES GAS FRYERS MODELS 35 & 45
CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1 Accessories
2
1
10
9
12
11
3
7
4
8
5
ITEM
1
*
*
*
*
2
*
3
*
*
4
5
*
*
*
6
*
7
8
*
*
*
*
9
*
10
*
11
12
13
14
15
16
*
*
*
*
*
*
* Not illustrated.
PART #
810-2793
106-2186
823-4447
823-1462
106-2185
809-0171
803-0099
803-0271
803-0190
803-0357
803-0132
803-0133
803-0032
803-0136
803-0037
810-0088
810-0084
810-0073
810-0074
803-0188
803-0103
803-0107
803-0108
806-5518
806-3232
826-0993SP
826-1351
803-0197
803-0209
803-0278
823-3660
823-5936
823-5937
OPT32686
806-6988SP
106-4786
910-3557
826-1017
KIT3647
6
COMPONENT
Wireform Basket Hanger
®
Basket Hanger, Burger King
®
®
Basket Hanger, Buffalo Wild Wings and Jack in the Box
®
Basket Hanger, Checkers
®
Basket Hanger, Checkers , Bracket
Basket Hanger Screw (basket hanger spacer, 809-0921)
Basket, Full
Basket, Twin
®
Basket, Twin, Buffalo Wild Wings
Basket, Triple
Wire Basket Support Rack, Full-vat (MJ 45)
Wire Basket Support Rack, Dual-vat
Wire Basket Support Rack, without Notches (MJ 35)
Basket Support Screen (MJ 45)
Basket Support Screen (MJ 35)
Flexible Gas Line, 1-36
Flexible Gas Line, ¾-48
Quick Disconnect Fitting, 1” Female
Quick Disconnect Fitting, 1” Male
Sediment Tray, Full-vat (MJ 35)
Sediment Tray, Full-vat, (MJ 45)
Sediment Tray, Dual-vat, Left (MJ 45)
Sediment Tray, Dual-vat, Right (MJ 45)
Cover, Frypot or Holding Station, Full-vat
Cover, Frypot or Holding Station, Dual-vat
Handle Kit, Frypot Cover
Nut Retainer, ¼-20 Nutsert (pkg. of 10)
Fryer Friend (Clean-out Rod), 27”
Brush, Frypot
Brush, L-Shaped
Crumb Scoop
Splash Guard, Right
Splash Guard, Left
Foodwarmer (with scoop pan)
Foodwarmer Kit
Spreader Storage Pan
Flue Deflector (See Section 2.6 for more information and associated items.)
Screw Kit, Flue Deflector (See Section 2.6 for more information and associated items.)
Applebee’s® Heat Lamp (available as OPT33030 for MJ 45 only)
2-1
2-2
(After 10/02)
208-250V Configuration
6
15
100-120V Configuration
7
20
26 10 16
25
5
3
8
9
23 14
Before (11/02)
25 11 13
12 15 22
25 14 20
17
15
4
1
15
NOTES:
1. Assemblies 106-1807SP (100-120V) and 106-1810 (230/240/250V) do not
include Items 1, 2, 3, 9, or 17. These items must be ordered separately.
2. For 100-120V units, each individual resistor (807-2661) may be replaced
or the entire resistor assembly (806-8530SP) may be replaced.
3. For 208-250V units, the entire resistor assembly (106-2771 or 806-9185)
must be replaced.
4. Wiring has been omitted for clarity.
24 11 13 19
18
2
27
2.2 Basket Lift and Associated Parts
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
25
26
27
PART #
910-4776
900-4776
826-1991
823-7062
823-7064
901-8499
902-8499
200-2942
809-0082
826-1361
809-0127
809-0186
826-1366
809-0247
826-1359
826-1371
826-1374
809-0503
810-0172
810-1012
812-0442
813-0035
816-0033
900-5529
807-2513
807-2572
806-8530SP
106-2771
806-5964SP
810-1013
809-0504
810-0973
806-9257SP
*
106-1807SP
*
106-1810SP
*
KIT6421
*
KIT7193
*
KIT7413
*
807-3699
28
824-1476
29
824-1477
*
200-8862
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Enclosure, Stainless Steel
Enclosure, Cold-rolled Steel
Kit, Cold-rolled Steel Enclosure (with 12 screws)
Basket Lift Arm, Left
Basket Lift Arm, Right
Chassis, Left
Chassis, Right
Mount, Basket Lift
Truarc Retaining Ring, ¾”
Screw, 8-32 x 1” Slotted Truss Head (pkg. of 25)
Screw, ¼-20 x ½” Slotted Round Head
Lock Washer with External Teeth, #8
Nut, 4-40 Hex Keps with External Tooth (pkg. of 25)
Nut, 8-32 Hex Keps
Screw, 4-40 x ¾” Slotted Round Head (pkg. of 25)
Screw, #8 x ½” Hex Head Drill Point (pkg. of 25)
Screw, #10 x ½” Hex Head (pkg. of 25)
Screw, 8-32 x ½” Hex Head
Plug, Stainless Steel, ⅝” Hole
Toothed Rod, Basket Lift
Insulation, Microswitch
Bushing, Bronze, .640” ID
Ty Wrap, Screw Mount
Gusset, Basket Lift Motor
Capacitor, Motor
Microswitch
Resistor Assembly
100-120V
208-250V
Gear Motor Assembly
Gear
Set Screw
Woodruff Key
Roller Guide/Bracket Assembly
Basket Lift Assemblies
100-120V (without relay)
208-250V
Complete 120V Basket Lift Assembly for FPP35/45
Complete 230V Basket Lift Assembly for FPP35/45
Complete 230V Basket Lift Assembly for PMJ35
Harness, Basket Lift
Drip Pan, Left
Drip Pan, Right
Drip Plate/Shield
** Diagrams on Pages 1-22, 1-31, 1-32 in Chapter 1.
2-3
2.3 Cabinetry
2.3.1 FPP/FMP Model Cabinetry
27
5
3
Front of fryer.
15
4
2
18
9
11
17
20
12
25
19
22
26
21
16
14
Rear of fryer.
10
13
24
8
23
Four station fryer shown.
2-4
1
7
6
ITEM
PART #
106-9088
106-9090
106-9092
106-9094
106-4525
1
106-3785
106-4019
106-4020
106-4021
2
900-7730
900-9430
900-9318
200-5474
*
200-6901
200-6906
210-6608
210-6895
200-6905
200-6908
210-6897
210-6874
200-8567
3
211-6893
211-6933
4
212-6893
212-6933
*
*
*
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
*
*
*
*
16
17
18
220-0927
200-6908
210-6897
200-2235
200-1953
200-6057
200-6062
200-6310
200-6346
200-6486
200-6892
200-6894
200-6911
826-1389
910-7443
910-6650
823-1885
910-4617
826-1374
809-0417
823-4727
COMPONENT
Cabinet Assemblies (see Section 2.3.3)
Two Station Fryer, Stainless (106-9089, Cold Rolled Steel)
Three Station Fryer, Stainless (106-9091, Cold Rolled Steel)
Four Station Fryer, Stainless (106-9093, Cold Rolled Steel)
Five Station Fryer, Stainless (106-9095, Cold Rolled Steel)
Applebee’s® Dump Station
Base Assemblies
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Brace, Top Cabinet
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Back Panels, Upper (Use with cabinet assemblies.)
Use with 106-3783, 106-4017, 106-4018, 106-4031, 106-4033, 106-4034.
Use with 106-4016, 106-4018, 106-4032, 106-4034.
Use with 106-3783, 106-4017, 106-4018.
Use with 106-4016, 106-4018.
Back Panels, Lower
Use with 106-3783, 106-4017, 106-4018, 106-4031, 106-4033, 106-4034.
Use with 106-4016, 106-4018, 106-4032, 106-4034.
Use with 106-4016, 106-4018.
Use with 106-4034, 106-4032, 106-4016, 106-4018.
Use with 106-4525 (Applebee’s® Dump Station).
Side, Left Cabinet
Side, Left Cabinet, Stainless Steel (201-6917, Cold Rolled Steel)
Side, Left Cabinet, Stainless Steel with hole (201-6934, Cold Rolled Steel)
Side, Right Cabinet
Side, Right Cabinet, Stainless Steel (202-6917, Cold Rolled Steel)
Side, Right Cabinet, Stainless Steel with hole (202-6934, Cold Rolled Steel)
Other Components
Heat Shield, Filter, Buffalo Wild Wings (220-0928, Third Vat)
Back, Lower Cabinet, Aluminized (three and five station fryers)
Back, Lower Cabinet, Stainless Steel (three and five station fryers)
Bracket, Component Box
Brace, Front Cabinet
Brace, Cabinet Cross
Support, Upper Rear Cabinet
Support, Rear Cabinet Rail
Gusset, Rear Cabinet
Brace, Front Cross
Post, Front Door Long
Post, Rear Cabinet Long
Post, Front Cabinet Long
Screw, ¼-20 x ¾” Hex Head (pkg. of 10)
Top Connecting Strip, Frypot
Channel, Top Connecting Strip
Top Connecting Strip and Channel, Burger King
Top Connecting Strip, Fryer-to-Spreader
Screw, #10 x ½” Washer Hex Head (pkg. of 25)
Nut, Flange
Hinge Assembly, Left Upper
* Not illustrated.
FPP/FMP Model Cabinetry continued on next page...
** Four station fryers use two backs made for two station fryers. Five station fryers use two backs: a three station fryer back and a two station fryer back.
2-5
ITEM
PART #
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
*
27
*
*
28
*
*
823-4728
823-4745
823-4746
220-4180
106-9083
222-4183
221-4483
220-4182
200-6935
900-7326
KIT0293
210-9291
809-0193
810-2346
COMPONENT
Hinge Assembly, Right Upper
Hinge Assembly, Left Lower
Hinge Assembly, Right Lower
Rail Assembly, Left (nut separate: 809-0495)
Rail Assembly, Right (nut included)
Rail, RH Filter Pan Retaining
Rail, LH Filter Pan Retaining
Rail, Slide
Stop, Filter Rail
Divider
Joiner Kit, Applesbee’s® Dump Station
Top Connecting Strip, Fryer-to-Fryer
Nylon Washer
Magnet, Door
Garland Range Cabinetry (See Section 2.19, Garland Range)
* Not illustrated.
2.3.2 PMJ (Non-filter) Model Cabinetry
18
3
Front of fryer.
4
2
14
5
10
15
13
16
12
6
17
Rear of fryer.
9
11
1
8
2-6
7
Four station fryer shown.
ITEM
PART #
106-4028
106-4036
106-4037
106-4038
106-4039
106-4525
1
106-5440
106-4040
106-4041
106-4042
106-4043
*
200-6903
200-6904
210-6817
210-6818
200-5867
*
200-6901
200-6902
200-6906
200-6907
210-6608
210-6895
210-6896
210-6650
*
200-6905
200-6908
210-6874
210-6897
2
900-4813
900-7730
900-9430
900-9318
200-5474
3
211-6893
211-6933
4
212-6893
212-6933
*
*
5
6
7
8
9
200-6908
210-6897
200-2235
200-1953
200-6057
200-6062
200-6346
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Cabinet Assemblies
Single Station Fryer, Stainless (106-4030, Cold Rolled Steel) (806-6741 Garland)
Two Station Fryer, Stainless (106-4051, Cold Rolled Steel)
Three Station Fryer, Stainless (106-4052, Cold Rolled Steel)
Four Station Fryer, Stainless (106-4053, Cold Rolled Steel)
Five Station Fryer, Stainless (106-4054, Cold Rolled Steel)
Applebee’s® Dump Station
Base Assemblies
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Back Panels, Single
Use with 106-4030, 106-4028.
Use with 106-4030, 106-4028.
Use with 106-4028.
Use with 106-4028.
Use with 105-4525 (Applebee’s®).
Back Panels, Upper (Use with cabinet assemblies.)
Use with 106-4036, 106-4038, 106-4039, 106-4051, 106-4053.
Use with 106-4036, 106-4051, 106-4053.
Use with 106-4037, 106-4039, 106-4052.
Use with 106-4052, 106-4037.
Use with 106-4036. 106-4038. 106-4039.
Use with 106-4037, 106-4039.
Use with 106-4037.
Use with 106-4036, 106-4038.
Back Panels, Lower (Use with cabinet assemblies.)
Use with 106-4036, 106-4038, 106-4039, 106-4051, 106-4053.
Use with 106-4037, 106-4039, 106-4052.
Use with 106-4037, 106-4039, 106-4052.
Use with 106-4037, 106-4039.
Brace, Top Cabinet
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Side, Left Cabinet
Side, Left Cabinet, Stainless Steel (201-6917, Cold Rolled Steel)
Side, Left Cabinet, Stainless Steel with hole (201-6934, Cold Rolled Steel)
Side, Right Cabinet
Side, Right Cabinet, Stainless Steel (202-6917, Cold Rolled Steel)
Side, Right Cabinet, Stainless Steel with hole (202-6934, Cold Rolled Steel)
Other Components
Back, Lower Cabinet, Aluminized (three and five station fryers)
Back, Lower Cabinet, Stainless Steel (three and five station fryers)
Bracket, Component Box
Brace, Front Cabinet
Brace, Cabinet Cross
Support, Cabinet upper Rear
Gusset, Rear Cabinet
PMJ (Non-filter) Model Cabinetry continued on next page...
** Four station fryers use two backs made for two station fryers. Five station fryers use two backs, a three station fryer back with a two
station fryer back.
2-7
ITEM
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
*
PART #
200-6486
200-6894
200-6911
826-1374
823-4727
823-4728
823-4745
823-4746
900-7326
KIT0293
810-1105
809-0193
*
20
COMPONENT
Brace, Front Cross
Post, Rear Cabinet Long
Post, Front Cabinet Long
Screw, #10 x ½” Washer Hex Head (pkg. of 25)
Hinge Assembly, Left Upper
Hinge Assembly, Right Upper
Hinge Assembly, Left Lower (823-4713 on single fryers)
Hinge Assembly, Right Lower
Divider
Joiner Kit, Applesbee’s® Dump Station
Magnet, Door - Single Fyer
Nylon Washer
* Not illustrated.
2.4 Casters, Legs, and Associated Hardware
4
5
6
2
7
3
1
ITEM
1
2
PART #
810-3169
810-3168
826-1095
3
810-0357
4
810-0356
5
810-0378
6
810-0651
*
810-0750
7
826-0900
*
826-1113
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Legs
Legs (pkg. of 4)
Leg, Individual
Anchor Strap Kit
Casters
Caster, 5” Swivel with Brake (with hardware, 826-1118)
Caster, 5” Swivel without Brake (with hardware, 826-1117)
Caster, 5” Rigid
Caster, 3” with Brake, Filter Cabinet (with hardware, 826-1130)
Caster, 5” Rigid (PMJ units)
Chain Restraint Kit
Fastener Kit (one per caster or leg)
2-8
2.5 Component Boxes
12
6
13
5
7
Full-vat Component Box Assembly
12
6
13
5
7
11
Full-vat Component Box Assembly
[with Melt Cycle Timer]
10
8
12
13
5
6
7
4
Full-vat Component Box Assembly
[Standing Pilot]
13
14
9
8
12
1
3
6
5
Full-vat Component Box Assembly
[Electronic Ignition]
(Illustrations may differ slightly from actual boxes depending upon the configuration of the fryer.)
2-9
ITEM
1
2
*
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
PART #
807-0670
807-0833
807-0834
200-7176
810-2243
816-0217
810-1164
810-1168
826-1337
806-5857
826-2425
826-1546
810-0045
807-0800
807-2176
807-0680
807-1999
807-5244
826-2898
806-5879SP
806-5830SP
807-3483
807-4375
807-1928
WIR0165
809-0349
826-1346
WIR0148
WIR0161
WIR0164
WIR0160
WIR0163
WIR0162
WIR0258
WIR0329
WIR0349
WIR0350
COMPONENT
Relay, 24V
Relay, Latch
Relay, Basket Lift
Bracket, Relay
Spring, Relay Hold Down
Insulating Paper
Terminal Block, 1 Plc. Screwless Terminal
Terminal Block, Screwless End
Tab, Terminal (pkg. of 5)
Interface Board, Electronic Ignition
Interface Board, Pilot Ignition
Melt Cycle Timer Kit
Bushing, .875
Transformers
120V/24V
100-120V/12V & 24V
208-240V/12V & 24V
208-240V/24V, 208-250V/12V & 24V
Ignition Module, Fenwal
Kit to replace Honeywell module with Fenwal (807-5244)
Cable Assembly, Ignition Module, Interface Board to Module
Cable, Ignition, with Ceramic Cover
Cable, Ignition (used with MJ45 ignition cable kit, 826-1721)
Connector, Rajah
Flame Sensor Electrode
Component Shield (Std.) Wiring (FV, 208-250 Export only)
Spacer, Interface Board
Spacer, Ignition Module (pkg. of 10)
Component Shield (with Mechanical Timer) Wiring
Component Shield (with Melt Cycle) Wiring (DV)
Component Shield (with Melt Cycle) Wiring (FV, 240V and below)
Component Shield Wiring (DV)
Component Shield Wiring (FV)
Component Shield Wiring (FV, DV)
Wiring, Component Shield
Component Shield Drainswitch Wiring (DV/FV)
Microswitch Wiring (DV)
Microswitch Wiring (DV)
* Not illustrated.
2-10
27
10 15 20
5
20
26
9
21
22
14 19
4
35
25
8
3
13 18
32
24
7 12 17
2
2-11
29
34
32
23
18
6
31
30
28
11 16
1
33
2.6 Control Panel Assemblies, Flue Caps, and Related Items
ITEM
PART #
1
2
3
4
5
*
108-1550
108-1551
108-1552
108-1553
108-1554
106-4535
6
7
8
9
10
210-6812
106-4012
106-4013
106-4014
106-4015
11
12
13
14
15
210-6811
106-4008
106-4009
106-4010
106-4011
16
17
18
19
*
20
*
*
21
22
*
106-4184
106-4185
106-4186
106-4187
824-1440
910-3557
900-3933
826-1017
900-4253
200-6584
220-0810
23
24
25
26
27
*
824-1409
824-1410
823-4940
823-4941
823-4942
823-4990
28
29
106-4050
106-4049
30
31
32
33
34
*
*
35
*
*
106-4386SP
824-1394
210-6930
210-8289
210-6832
106-4235SP
210-7026
210-6946
210-8686
*
*
* Not illustrated.
826-2626
826-2627
826-2628
826-2629
809-0171PK
826-1351
COMPONENT
Control Panel Assemblies
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Applebee’s® Control Panel
Flue Caps
PMJ 45
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
PMJ 35
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Burger King/Checkers
Two Station Fryer (with buttons, 106-4188)
Three Station Fryer (with buttons, 106-4189)
Four Station Fryer (with buttons, 106-4190)
Five Station Fryer (with buttons, 106-4191)
Applebee’s® Dump Station Flue Cap
Deflector, Flue, 2 holes (910-3207, Deflector, Flue, 3 holes)
Heat Shield, Flue
Screw Kit, Flue Deflector
Retaining Strip, Flue Cap
Support, Flue Cap
Flue Guard, Panda Express
Top Cap
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Five Station Fryer
Applebee’s® Top Cap
Control Panel Assembly with Thermostat Access Door (MJ 35)
Complete, with Toggle Switch
Complete, without Toggle Switch (see also 106-7449)
Thermostat Access Door (MJ 35)
Toggle Switch Assembly
Switch Guard
Door Panel
Frame, with Toggle
Frame, without Toggle
Control Panel, MV with Mechanical Timer (FPP)
Control Panel, Spreader Cabinet (FPP)
Control Panel, with toggle swtch holes (PMJ)
Control Panel, without toggle switch holes (PMJ)
Carl’s Jr. Risers (see instruction sheet 819-6443 for installation instructions)
Flue Cap, Single
Flue Cap, 2-vat
Flue Cap, 3-vat
Flue Cap, 4-vat
Thumbscrew
Cage Nut
2-12
2.7 Controller Assemblies
C
C
F
F
1
3
L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
R
2
ITEM
1
SOLID STATE
PART #
823-2327
826-2390
106-7248
826-2280
826-2409
826-2408
826-2449
2
826-2393
106-4171
3
826-2394
106-4175
4
106-3375
106-3369
810-0387
*
*
*
210-5046
210-5819
210-6698
*
210-6960
*
210-6961
*
210-6962
*
210-6766
*
210-7002
*
210-7026
*
806-3660
*
806-4797
*
806-2071
*
807-4199
* Not illustrated.
4
COMPONENT
Computer Magic III.5
Full-vat (CE, 826-2328)
Dual-vat (CE, 826-2391)
On-hood Remote Computer (FV, MJ 45)
In-hood Remote Computer (FV, MJ 45)
®
Buffalo Wild Wings Computer
Red (overlay, 807-4642)
White (overlay, 807-4644)
Violet (overlay, 807-4643)
Basket Lift Timer
Full-vat (CE, 106-4172)
Dual-vat (CE, 106-4173)
Digital Controller
Full-vat (CE, 106-4176)
Dual-vat (CE, 106-4175)
Solid State (Analog Controller)
Dual-vat
Full-vat (overlay, 807-0847)
Knob
Controller Bezel
Computer
Single Station Tab Mount (Use 230-7091 for Screw Mount 09/08)
Two Station Tab Mount (Use 230-7092 for Screw Mount 09/08)
Three Station Tab Mount (Use 230-7093 for Screw Mount 09/08)
No Computer
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Applebee’s® Spreader
®
Blank Bezel, Single (Applebee’s spreader, 210-8578)
Blank Bezel, 2-vat unit
Sound Device (SMT, 810-3141, with 2-pin connector)
Buzzer
Controller Harness
Controller Harness, SMT (Remote, 807-4397)
2-13
WIRING ASSEMBLIES, HARNESSES, AND REMOTE CABLE ASSEMBLIES
Wiring Assemblies and Harnesses
806-2079SP
806-8555SP
106-1822SP
106-1804SP
806-4798SP
806-6708SP
807-3699
806-9777SP
806-9778SP
806-9779SP
806-9780SP
806-9781SP
826-1560
806-3549SP
806-6705SP
806-4214SP
806-4215SP
100-120V Basket Lift Universal Motor (6-Pin female w/6 wires plus 1 separate wire)
208-240V Modular Basket Lift Motor (6-Pin female w/6 wires plus 4 separate wires)
100-120V Modular Basket Lift Motor (12-pin female w/5 wires)
208-250V Modular Basket Lift Motor (12-pin female w/5 wires plus 3 separate wires)
Basket Lift Power, Non-CE (6-pin male w/6 wires; connects to 806-2079SP or 806-8555SP)
Basket Lift Power, CE (6-pin male plus 806-4798)
Basket Lift Power, Non-CE/CE (12-pin male w/6 wires, connects to 106-1822SP or 106-1804SP) 68”
Thermostat Control Universal (control panel-end connections)
Thermostat Control Universal (component shield-end connections)
Basket Lift Universal (control panel-end connections)
Basket Lift Universal (basket lift-end connections)
Wiring Bundle, Component Shield to Controller and Fryer Components (21-wire bundle)
Kit, 45 Series Wiring (contains 806-9777SP through 806-9781SP)
Interface Board (interface board to fryer components; 12-pin male w/5 wires)
CE Non-Direct Wiring Power Supply (power cords joined in junction box)
Fryer to Fryer Drain Safety Switch (2-pin male w/two wires and 2-pin female w/two wires)
Fryer to Filter Drain Safety Switch (2-pin male w/two wires and 2-pin female w/two wires)
NOTE: Assemblies 806-2079SP, 806-9777SP through 806-9781SP and kit 826-1560 are “universal” in
nature. That is, they contain all wires and connectors necessary for all configurations of the application
described. Consequently, there may be “extra” wires that are not needed in a particular configuration.
Any extra wires should be removed when the assemblies are installed to preclude later confusion.
Remote Computer/Controller to Interface Board Cables
Each of these assemblies has two 15-pin male connectors, and a 15-wire cable looped through a ferrite ring.
Only the length of the cable varies.
806-2071
806-3383
806-3388
806-4318
1.0 foot (30.5cm) (For fryer mounted computer.)
15.0 feet (4.6m)
20.0 feet (6.1m)
30.0 feet (9.1m)
Remote Computer/Controller Cable Assemblies
Each of these assemblies has one 15-pin male connector, one 15-pin female connector, and a 15-wire cable.
Only the length of the cable varies.
806-3528
806-3529
806-3530
806-3531
7.5 feet (2.3m)
8.5 feet (2.6m)
10.5 feet (3.2m)
12.6 feet (3.8m)
Remote Computer/Controller Cable Assemblies w/Junction Box and Mounting Bracket
Each of these assemblies consists of a 4 X 4-inch junction box and mounting bracket assembly with one to four
15-pin female connectors and one to four 15-wire cables with a 15-pin male connector on the free end of each
cable.
806-8350
806-8349
806-8348
806-8351
One Computer/Controller
Two Computers/Controllers
Three Computers/Controllers
Four Computers/Controllers
2-14
2.8 Door Assembly
3
1
4
2
3
5
ITEM
PART #
*
106-3965
1
230-4960
2
210-6739
3
809-0266
4
826-1343
5
232-4707
*
231-4707
*
810-2346
*
106-3931
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Door Assembly
Handle
Pin, Door Hinge
Screw, #10 x ½” Phillips Truss Head
Spring, Door Hinge Lock
Hinge, Lower, Right
Hinge, Lower, Left
Magnet, Horizontal Mount (white)
Door, Applebee’s® Filter/Dump Station
2-15
2.9 Drain System Components
2.9.1 Drain Tube System
1
7
6
7
6
1
2
5
3
2
3
4
4
ITEM
1
2
3
4
*
*
5
PART #
823-4625
823-4624
823-4643
823-4642
823-4639
823-4638
823-4641
823-4640
200-6473
200-6474
823-4740
823-4741
6
816-0729
7
809-0969
*
807-2484
*
811-0932
*
810-1372
*
811-1071
*
810-2493
*
810-2492
*
816-0630
8
809-0047
*
KIT6214
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Drain Tubes
Tube, Left/Right End Short
Full-vat
Dual-vat
Tube, Left/Right Open Short
Full-vat
Dual-vat
Tube, Right End Long
Full-vat
Dual-vat
Tube, Left/Right Open Long
Full-vat
Dual-vat
Spreader, Open Long
Spreader, Open Short
Drain Outlet, Both Ends Open
Drain Outlet, One End Closed
Miscellaneous
Boot
Clamp
Solenoid
Tubing, ⅜” O.D., Plastic
90° Fitting, ⅜” O.D.
Tubing, ¼” O.D., Plastic
90° Fitting, ¼” O.D.
Straight Fitting, ¼” O.D.
Vinyl Stud Cap
Nut, High Profile Stud Cap
Round Drain Boot Kit (includes 2 clamps and 1 boot)
2-16
2.9.2 Drain Valves; FPP/FMP Models
14
11
Compression Washers
17
6
9
13
Full-vat Assembly
106-3760
5
Plastic Washer
1
3
18
4
12
10
17
13
15
20
Flat Washers
5
9
19
3
Flat Washer
Dual-vat, Left Assembly
106-3999
7
Plastic Washer
18
12
17
4
10
16
13
20
2
Compression Washers
5
9
19
Flat Washer
3
4
18
8
Dual-vat, Right Assembly
106-4000
2-17
2
ITEM
PART #
106-3760
106-3999
106-4000
1
2
810-1018
810-1114
3
4
5
807-2103
816-0220
901-2348
6
7
8
806-8137
106-2671
106-2672
9
10
*
11
12
13
200-6496
900-2936
900-2934
809-0540
809-0539
826-0237
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
824-1602
824-1637
824-1636
816-0639
816-0135
810-1165
809-0196
COMPONENT
Drain Valve Assemblies
Full-vat
Dual-vat, Left
Dual-vat, Right
Drain Valves
Full-vat, 1.25-inch Drain Valve (without Handle)
Dual-vat, 1-inch Drain Valve
Drain Safety Switch
Microswitch
Insulation
Cover
Bracket
Full-vat
Dual-vat, Left
Dual-vat, Right
Miscellaneous
Support, Drain Tube
Retainer Nut (FV)
Retainer Nut (DV)
Nut, 2-way Lock (FV)
Nut, 2-way Lock (DV)
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex with External Tooth (pkg. of 25)
Handle, Valve
Full-vat
Dual-vat, Left
Dual-vat, Right
Sleeve, Handle
O-ring
Washer, Teflon
Washer, Flat
2-18
2.9.3 Drain Valves; PMJ Models
5
1
2
3
Full-Vat
4
Dual-Vat Left
ITEM
PART #
1
810-1569
2
806-7915SP
3
806-7916SP
*
810-1338
*
806-9062
*
806-9064
4
812-1226SP
*
812-1227
5
810-1427
6
810-1568
*
816-0211
* Not illustrated.
Dual-Vat Right
COMPONENT
Valve, 1.25-inch, Non-filter, Full-vat Drain (with handle)
Valve, 1-inch, Non-filter, Dual-vat, Left Drain
Valve, 1-inch, Non-filter, Dual-vat, Right Drain
Valve, 1-inch, Universal Ball
Handle, Left
Handle, Right
Drain Extension, 1.25-inch, Full-vat
Drain Extension, 1-inch, Dual-vat
Handle, Drain Valve
Handle, Drain Valve
Sleeve, Handle
2-19
2.10 Filter Boxes
7
7
10
14
12
10
11
12
13
6
9
14
13
11
6
9
8
8
5
5
4
4
120V Assembly
(106-3981)
208-240V Assembly
(106-3989)
7
10
12
14
13
11
6
9
2
1
5
8
4
3
208-250V Assembly
(106-3988)
2-20
ITEM
PART #
106-3981
106-3988
106-3989
1
2
3
4
*
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
11
12
13
14
*
* Not illustrated.
200-6836
200-6837
200-6838
806-7494
810-1421
806-8021
807-0012
807-0141
807-0800
807-0680
807-1999
810-1164
812-1704
812-0636
816-0217
826-1366
826-1359
809-0360
810-1421
COMPONENT
Complete Box Assemblies
120V (see also 806-6912)
208-250V
208-240V
Components
Filter Box
Lid
Mount
Plug Assembly, Non-Reversing
Harness (to Control Circuits)
Plug Assembly, Heater Plug
Relay, 18 Amp
Connector, ⅜” Right Angle
Transformers
120V/24V
208-240V/24V
208-250V/12V & 24V
Terminal Block, 1 Plc Screwless
Conduit, Flex ⅜” x 13.5”
Conduit, Flex ⅜” x 15”
Paper, Insulation
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex with External Tooth (pkg. of 25)
Screw, 4-40 x ¾” Slotted Round Head (pkg. of 25)
Screw, #8 x ⅜” Washer Slotted Hex Head
Harness, Control Circuit
2-21
2.11 Filter Pan Assembly
8
10
11
7
2
9
6
12
4
5
14
13
3
1
ITEM
PART #
1
108-0184SP
2
810-3161
*
813-0568
3
826-1372
*
826-1392
4
810-2198
*
809-1025
*
826-2603
*
826-1979
*
809-0191
5
812-2024
6
810-3760
7
823-6412
*
823-5334
8
823-5294
9
106-5141
10
809-0173
11
200-9732
12
200-9715
13
826-1371
14
809-0785
*
200-6310
*
809-0743
*
803-0170
*
803-0002
*
810-2800
*
816-0757
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Filter Pan No Rollers July 2008 (Use 106-3796SP Pan with Rollers)
Crumb Tray
Plug, ⅛” Socket-head Pipe
Nut, Grip ¼-20 Hex (pkg. of 10)
O-ring
Roller, Filter Pan Rail
Nylon Slides
Rail Set, Filter Pan Rail
Kit, Filter Pan Roller
Washer, Spring Lock, ¼”
Screen, Sana Grid
Ring, Hold Down (810-2910, FMP, see also 810-3760)
Lid, Filter Pan, FPP (included in kit 826-2109, 826-2110, and 826-2111)
Lid, Filter Pan, FMPH
Splash Shield (included in kit 826-2109, 826-2110, and 826-2111)
Bracket, Burner Heat Shield Mounting (MJ35)
Clip, Tinnerman (included in kits 826-2109, 826-2110, and 826-2111)
Lip, Suction Fitting (included in kits 826-2109, 826-2110, and 826-2111)
Brace, Drain Spout (included in kits 826-2110 and 826-2111)
Screw, #8 x ½” Hex Head Drill Point (pkg. of 25)
Screw, #14 x ¾” Slotted Head
Support, Rear Pan Rail
Screw, 4-40 x 1 Pan Head, Stainless Steel
Filter Paper, 19.5 x 25.5 (box of 100 sheets)
Filter Powder (box of 80 individual packs)
Carl’s Jr. Filter Leaf
O-ring, Optional Filter Leaf
2-22
2.12 Frypots
MJ35, Full-vat, SS
1
ITEM
1
*
*
2
*
*
*
2
MJ45, Full-vat, SS
(Front Flush)
MJ45, Dual-vat, SS
MJ45, Full-vat, SS
3
MJ35, Full-vat, SS
(Front Flush)
4
5
PART #
106-4115SP
106-9776
823-4492SP
106-8362SP
106-7671SP
106-9727SP
106-8363SP
3
106-2547SP
4
106-2545SP
5
106-5868SP
6
106-5869
*
106-7681SP
*
106-7740
* Not illustrated.
MJ45, Dual-vat, SS
(Front Flush)
6
COMPONENT
PMJ 35
Full-vat, Stainless Steel, (Power Shower)
Full-vat, Stainless Steel, Single Non-filter For XMJ135V
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Pre-Pro MJ35)
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Front Flush) Service Part
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Power Shower) Export
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (PMJ) Non-Filter Service Part
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Domestic, Power Shower) Service Part
PMJ 45
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Power Shower) Service Part FP47 only
Dual-vat, Stainless Steel FP47
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Front Flush) Service Part FPP45
Dual-vat, Stainless Steel (Front Flush)
Full-vat, Stainless Steel (Power Shower) Service Part FPP45
Dual-vat, Stainless Steel (CE)
** Frypots listed above include insualtion and other necessary components. See Section 2.13.
2-23
2.13 Frypot Cabinetry
2.13.1 PMJ45 Frypot Cabinetry
Frypot assemblies located in Section 2.12.
9
1
3
4
2
8
7
5
ITEM
PART #
1
806-5778SP
2
826-1374
3
806-5567SP
4
806-1095SP
*
106-5874
*
106-5892
5
809-0409
6
810-0647
7
108-0442
8
806-5566SP
9
806-1097
10-13
826-0861
*
816-0658
*
816-0656
14
809-0173
15
809-0170
*
210-0681
*
816-0698
*
220-0927
*
220-0928
*
813-0463
* Not illustrated.
10
6
COMPONENT
Flue Deflector Box Assembly
Screw, #10 x ½” Washer Hex Head
Flue Assembly, MJ45
Front Baffle Assembly
Front Baffle Assembly (Front Flush Full-vat)
Front Baffle Assembly (Front Flush Dual-vat)
Screw, Pilot Light Cover
Holder, Pilot Light Cover Screw
Cover with Sight-glass, Pilot Light (without sight-glass, 900-1090)
Rear Combustion Chamber Panel Assembly
Side Combustion Chamber Panel Assembly
Kit, Insulation (cut to fit)
Insulation Back, Lower Single
Insulaiton Back, Upper Single
Clip, Tinnerman
Screw, #14 x ¾” Slotted Pan Head
Probe Guard
Insulation, Kaowool Blanket (Front Flush)
Air/Heat Shield, 31”
Air/Heat Shield, 15 ½”
Pipe Plug, 1/2” NPT
2-24
2.13.2 PMJ35 Frypot Cabinetry
Frypot assemblies located in Section 2.12.
1
2
5
4
3
All insulation is included in 826-0861 and should be cut to fit.
ITEM
PART #
1
106-8274SP
2
900-3267
3
806-4168SP
*
806-4168
4
809-0409
5
810-0647
6
108-0442
7
900-6204
*
826-0861
*
812-0134
*
816-0658
*
816-0656
8
826-1374
9
809-0173
10
809-0170
*
210-0681
*
220-0927
*
220-0928
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Flue Assembly, MJ35
Flue Deflector Box Assembly
Combustion Chamber, Front
Front Baffle Assembly (Front Flush Full-vat)
Screw, Pilot Light Cover
Holder, Pilot Light Cover Screw
Cover with Sight-glass, Pilot Light (without sight-glass, 900-1090)
Combustion Chamber, Side
Kit, Insulation (cut to fit)
Insulation, Frypot Upper Side
Insulation, Frypot Lower Back (Singles)
Insulation, Frypot Upper Back (Singles)
Screw, #10 x ½” Washer Hex Head
Clip, Tinnerman
Screw, #14 x ¾” Slotted Pan Head
Probe Guard
Air/Heat Shield, 31”
Air/Heat Shield, 15 ½”
2-25
2.14 Gas Valves and Burners
2.14.1 PMJ45 Gas Valves and Burners
2
10
11
1
5
4
6
NOTE: This style of burner heat shield
is only used with the burner manifold
above the filter unit. All others use
823-0574. See Item 7 in the parts list
on the next page.
9
7
NOTE: Red dot indicates propane/
butane pilot assembly; green dot
indicates manufactured gas; no dot
indicates natural gas.
6
8
Gas Valve Conversion Kits:
3
ITEM
1
2
*
3
4
PART #
230-1177
230-1206
826-1155
810-2710
810-2708
810-2709
*
810-0691
* Not illustrated.
Non-CE Natural to Propane: 826-1143
Non-CE Propane to Natural: 826-1144
CE Natural to Propane: 826-1200
CE Propane to Natural: 826-1201
COMPONENT
Metal Deflector (Target) Sides, Individual
Metal Deflector (Target) Rear, Individual
Ignitors (see Section 2.14.3)
Ignitor Kit, Optional Piezo
Burner Manifold
FV
DV, Left Side
DV, Right Side
Tube, Vent (CE, 810-1166)
MJ45 Gas Valves and Burners continued on next page
2-26
ITEM
PART #
5
826-1357
826-1387
810-0407
812-1203
6
810-1873
807-3485
106-1909SP
806-8688SP
106-9570
106-1911
810-2071
806-8689SP
106-9571
106-1912
810-2070
7
823-5295
823-5296
823-0574
826-2109
826-2110
826-2111
8
9
810-2007
810-2022
807-3485
810-1873
810-3442
826-1527
810-1723
810-0705
812-0278
10
807-1603
807-4137
807-1604
807-3294
807-3295
810-0786
810-0787
11
806-6710
806-6711
806-7101
806-7102
*
*
*
*
806-5895
806-5896
806-5897
806-5894
806-4781
810-1183
826-2554
COMPONENT
Orifices (for high altitude and special gasses, contact Frymaster)
1.45 mm, Natural Gas (pkg. of 10)
.86 mm, Propane/Butane Gas (pkg. of 10)
2.15 mm, Manufactured Gas
1.00 mm, Butane Gas
Pilot Assemblies, Non-CE
Natural Gas with Thermopile (Twin Push-on Terminals)
Natural Gas with Thermopile (Twin Spade Terminals)
Pro./But. Gas with Thermopile (Twin Spade Terminals)
Pilot Assemblies, CE and Export
Natural Gas with Thermocouple (Co-axial Lead)
Natural Gas with Thermocouple Australia (Co-axial Lead)
Natural Gas, Australian (Co-axial Lead)
Natural Gas, mV
Pro./But. Gas with Thermocouple (Co-axial Lead)
Pro./But. Gas with Thermocouple, Australia (Co-axial Lead)
Pro./But. Gas, Australian (Co-axial Lead)
Pro./But. Gas, mV
Burner Heat Shield Assemblies
Filter Burner Position, Left (includes bracket, 210-9729)
Filter Burner Position, Right (includes bracket, 210-9729)
Non-Filter Burner Position (includes bracket, 930-0075)
Kit, Retrofit Filter Lid (includes 823-5295 and 823-5296, see Page 2-29)
Kit, Retrofit Filter Lid, LH Spreader (includes 823-5295, see Page 2-29)
Kit, Retrofit Filter Lid, RH Spreader (includes 823-5295, see Page 2-29)
Thermopile/Thermocouple
Pilot, Natural Gas, Honeywell
Pilot, LP Gas, Honeywell
Thermopile, Generator with Adaptor (for use with 810-2007 & 810-2022)
Thermopile 1TT, Spade Terminals (Non-CE Pilot Assemblies)
Thermocouple Assembly (CE)
Kit, Thermocouple with Adapter (CE Pilot Assemblies)
Thermocouple Adapter (CE Pilot Assemblies)
Tube, Pilot Gas (Use with all burner assemblies except Hong Kong export units.)
Tube, Pilot Gas (Use with Hong Kong export units only.)
Gas Valves, Non-CE (see Note 1 below)
mV Natural Gas
mV Natural, Australia (Requires kit 807-1846 to use Propane)
mV Propane Gas
24V Natural Gas (for 240V, use 807-0025)
24V Propane Gas (for 240V, use 807-0759)
E. I. Natural
E. I. Propane
Gas Valves, CE
24V Natural Gas (see Note 2 below)
24V Propane Gas (see Note 2 below)
mV Natural Gas
mV Propane Gas
Mount Assembly (Ignitor, Electrode/Flame Sensor, Mount Plate)
Natural Gas, Right
Natural Gas, Left
Pro./But. Gas, Right
Pro./But. Gas, Left
Capacitor
Tee, ¼” Brass Compression
Millivolt Switch
NOTES: 1. A gas valve capacitor (P/N 806-4781) is required on gas valves used on units with thermostat controllers. 2. An adapter kit (P/N 8121256SP) is required to connect the high-limit thermostat to Item 11. It is included with Item 6 on Page 2-40.
2-27
2.14.2 PMJ35 Gas Valves and Burners
2
1
10
5
4
6
9
NOTE: This style of burner heat shield
is only used with the burner manifold
above the filter unit. All others use
823-0574. See Item 7 in the parts list
on the next page.
NOTE: Red dot indicates propane/
butane pilot assembly; green dot
indicates manufactured gas; no dot
indicates natural gas.
7
6
8
Gas Valve Conversion Kits:
(with Honeywell Pilots)
3
Non-CE Natural to Propane: 826-1964
Non-CE Propane to Natural: 826-1965
2-28
ITEM
PART #
1
2
230-1178
230-1180
3
826-1155
810-1001
807-1906
810-1862
4
5
826-1353
826-1354
810-0407
812-1203
6
6A
6B
810-1830
106-1908SP
106-1909SP
810-0426
810-0427
806-8688SP
106-9570
106-1911
810-2071
806-8689SP
106-9571
106-1912
810-2070
7
823-5295
823-5296
823-0574
826-2109
826-2110
826-2111
8
9
810-2007
810-2022
807-3485
810-1873
810-0705
812-0278
10
*
807-1603
807-4137
807-1604
807-3294
807-3295
810-0786
810-0787
810-0691
COMPONENT
Metal Target Sides, Individual
Metal Target Rear, Individual
Ignitor (see Section 2.14.3)
Ignitor Kit, Optional Piezo
Trigger/Ignitor
Electrode Assembly
Burner Manifold, Full-vat (full assembly including targets, 106-5075SP)
Orifices (for high altitude and special gasses contact Frymaster)
1.7 mm, Natural Gas (pkg. of 10)
1.05 mm, Propane/Butane Gas (pkg. of 10)
2.15 mm, Manufactured Gas
1.00 mm, Butane Gas
Pilot Assemblies, Non-CE
Natural Gas with Thermopile (Twin Push-on Terminals, 45) (Pro- 810-7773)
Natural Gas with Thermopile (Twin Spade Terminals, 35)
Pro./But. Gas with Thermopile (Twin Spade Terminals, 35)
Natural Gas - Pilot Only (MJ45)
Pro./But Gas - Pilot Only (MJ45)
Pilot Assemblies, CE and Export
Natural Gas with Thermocouple (Co-axial Lead)
Natural Gas with Thermocouple Australia (Co-axial Lead)
Natural Gas, Australian (Co-axial Lead)
Natural Gas, mV
Pro./But. Gas with Thermocouple (Co-axial Lead)
Pro./But. Gas with Thermocouple, Australia (Co-axial Lead)
Pro./But. Gas, Australian (Co-axial Lead)
Pro./But. Gas, mV
Burner Heat Shield Assemblies
Filter Burner Position, Left (includes bracket, 210-9729)
Filter Burner Position, Right (includes bracket, 210-9729)
Non-filter Burner Position (includes bracket, 930-0075)
Kit, Retrofit Filter Lid (includes 823-5295 and 823-5296, see Page 2-29)
Kit, Retrofit Filter Lid, LH Spreader (includes 823-5295, see Page 2-29)
Kit, Retrofit Filter Lid, RH Spreader (includes 823-5295, see Page 2-29)
Thermopile/Thermocouple
Pilot, Natural Gas
Pilot, LP Gas
Thermopile, Generator with Adaptor (for use with 810-2007, 810-2022) PMJ35
Thermopile 1TT (Non-CE Pilot Assemblies, push on terminals) PMJ45
Tube, Pilot Gas (Use with all burner assemblies except Hong Kong export units.)
Tube, Pilot Gas (Use with Hong Kong export units only.)
Gas Valves, Non-CE (see note below)
mV Natural Gas
mV Natural Gas (Australia) also requires kit 807-1846
mV Propane Gas
24V Natural Gas (for 240V, use 807-0025)
24V Propane Gas (for 240V, use 807-0759)
E. I. Natural
E. I. Propane
Tube, Vent
NOTE: A gas valve capacitor (P/N 806-4781) is required on gas valves used on units with thermostat controllers.
2-29
2.14.3 Ignitors
2
7
2
7
5
5
6
4
1
1
4
3
3
LEFT
806-5895 - Natural
806-5897 - Propane
ITEM
PART #
1
2
3
4
5
807-1928
910-2077
809-0121
809-0500
6
7
910-2078
910-2079
910-2080
807-1707
807-1708
RIGHT
806-5894 - Natural
806-5896 - Propane
COMPONENT
Flame Sensor Electrode
Pilot Mount
Screw, 10-32 x ½” Hex Head
Screw, Stainless Steel #10 x ½” Hex Head Washer
Plate, Pilot
Left
Right
Heat Shield
Ignitor
Natural
Propane
* Not illustrated.
2-30
2.15 Oil Return Components
25
27
14
16
24
1
31
Oil Return Handle
Full-Vat Assembly
(106-4002)
22
23
25
Dual-Vat
(106-4003)
26
29
15
28
2
18
12
21
10
19
3
28
20
13
9
9
115V Pump/Motor Assembly shown.
4
30
13
9
12
10
11
8
7
5
Filter Return Manifold
13
6
Filter Suction Manifold
17
12
2-31
ITEM
PART #
1
106-4002SP
106-4003SP
106-9265SP
2
6
7
8
*
826-1712
826-1756
826-1270
826-1755
826-1264
106-3987
813-0251
823-4739
106-3986
813-0247
823-4737
810-1668
810-1339
9
10
11
12
13
810-1669
810-1680
810-1160
813-0062
813-0165
14
15
*
16
807-2104
200-9065
220-4357
816-0644
*
*
*
*
811-0746
811-0861
807-1472
807-1473
3
4
5
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
17
*
*
*
*
18
19
20
* Not illustrated.
806-8065
806-5933
806-9245
806-6731
806-5934
106-5768
106-5849
806-6733
106-5011
826-2100
823-4743
813-0156
810-1003
807-2484
811-0932
813-0275
813-0087
813-0460
COMPONENT
Handle Assemblies, Oil Return Valve
FV Oil Return Assembly, MJ45
DV Oil Return Assembly, MJ45
FV Oil Return Assembly, MJ 35
Pump and Motor
100-120V, 60 Hz (motor and gasket)
208V, 50/60 Hz (motor and gasket)
230V, 50/60 Hz (motor and gasket)
250V, 50/60 Hz (motor and gasket)
Pump, Viking 4 GPM 2-piece
Filter Return Manifold (see additional components below)
Nipple, ½” x 3.5 BM
Bracket, Suction Nipple
Filter Suction Manifold (see additional components below)
Nipple, ½” x 3.5 BM
Bracket, Suction Nipple
Adapter, Male
Flexline, 4.5”
Included with Filter Return/Suction Manifolds
Adapter, Female
Flexline, 6.5”
Flexline, ⅝” x 3”
Elbow, ½” 90° BM
Elbow, Street ½” NPT BM
Oil Return Handle
Microswitch (included with Item 1)
Handle (included with Item 1, MJ45)
Handle (included with Item 1, MJ35)
Grip (included with Item 1)
Miscellaneous
Aluminum Tape (150’ roll)
Foam Tape (sold by the foot)
Heater Strip 120V-40W 56” (for 120V fryers)
Heater Strip 240V-70W 56” (for 208-240V fryers)
Heater Tape
100V, 25W, 18”
120V, 25W, 18”
120V, 25W, 36”
120V, 40W, 56”
208/240V, 25W, 18”
250V, 25W, 18”
250V, 45W, 36”
250V, 70W, 56”
Extension Harness
Kit, Retrofit 120V Heater
Connector, Female Suction
Pipe Plug, ½”
Valve, 180° 3-way Ball
Valve, Solenoid Vent
Tubing, Teflon
Nipple, ½” x 9 NPT BM Pipe
Nipple, ½” x 1.5 NPT BM Pipe
Nipple, ½” x 3 NPT BM Pipe
2-32 Oil Return Components continued on next page . . .
ITEM
PART #
21
22
23
24
25
816-0093
816-0220
900-2110
806-8342
26
27
28
29
30
*
31
*
COMPONENT
Gasket, Pump and Motor
Insulation, Drain Safety Box (included with Item 1)
Cover, Oil Return Microswitch (included with Item 1)
Support, Oil Return Valve (included with Item 1)
Support, Microswitch Mount (included with Item 1)
Full-vat
Dual-vat
Nut, 10-32 Keps Hex (pkg. of 10)
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex with External Tooth (pkg. of 25)
Washer, Flat 5/16” SAE
Nut, 5/16”-18 Hex
Capscrew, 5/16”-18NC Hex SAE
Pump Wiring Assembly
Screw, 4-40 x ¾” Keps Hex (pkg. of 25)
Kit, Heater Tape Retrofit
Kit, 100 VAC
Kit, 120 VAC
Kit, 220/240 VAC
Kit, 250 VAC
806-9385
900-2112
826-1376
826-1366
809-0194
809-0056
809-0514
WIR0220
826-1359
826-2118
826-2119
826-2120
826-2121
* Not illustrated.
2.16 Oil Return Assembly
11
5
3
9
4
7
2
8
12
10
13
6
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-4002
106-4003
807-2484
810-1003
810-1372
810-1668
810-1669
810-1680
810-2791
813-0156
813-0165
813-0469
816-0644
COMPONENT
Valve Assembly, Full-vat
Valve Assembly, Dual-vat
Valve, Solenoid, ¼” NPT
180° 3-way Valve
Fitting, 90° ¼” NPT, ⅜” Tube
Adaptor, Male, ⅝” OD x ½”
Adaptor, Female, ⅞” OD x ½”
Flexline, ⅝” OD x 6.5” Long
Manifold, Oil Return
Plug, ½”, Hex Head BM
Elbow, Street, ½” x ½” NPT, 90° BM
Cap, Pipe, ½” BM
Grip, Yellow
2-33
2.17 Thermostats and Timers
ITEM
PART #
1
2
*
*
3
4
806-0183
806-5816
806-7972
106-7036
806-9617
806-0087SP
5
6
826-1177
806-7550
*
7
8
*
9
810-0999
810-0345
810-1651
810-0276
900-2071
10
*
11
12
826-2698
826-2699
810-0585
910-1551
13
810-0387
14
826-1395
15
810-1287
16
810-0110
17
810-0334
*
810-0388
*
826-1575
18
807-4134
*
106-4386SP
*
806-4206
*
210-0681
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Operating Thermostat Assembly, Fenwall
With Two Blue Insulated Push-on Terminals, 4” (MJ35 & 45, Non-CE)
With One Wire Push-on, One Fork Terminal, 3” (MJ35, Non-CE)
With One Wire Push-on, One Fork Terminal, 3” (MJ35, CE)
With One Wire Push-on, One Fork Terminal, 4” (MJ45, CE)
With One Blue Insulated Push-on, One Fork Terminal, 4” (MJ35 & 45, CE)
Thermostat Dial Plate Assembly
High-Limit Thermostat
425°F High-limit (Non-CE)
218°C High-limit (CE; includes adapter for gas valve hookup. See note on
Page 2-34.)
Flex Shaft
Flex Shaft, Control Panel Mount Assembly, 9 ¼” overall
Shaft, 7.25” Thermostat Flexible Extension
Shaft, 5.50” Thermostat Flexible Extension
Shaft, 2.25” Thermostat Flexible Extension
Mounting Bracket
Timers, Basket Lift
15-minute Electronic Timer, Single
15-minute Electronic Timer, Multi-vat System
15-minute Mechanical Timer
15-minute Mechanical Timer Bezel
Knobs
Knob, Control, Solid State Controller
Plug Button (pkg. of 10)
Knob, 15-minute Mechanical Timer
Knob, Fenwal Thermostat with Two Allenhead Screws
Knob, with Skirt
Knob, 1” Black
Kit, Retrofit 5-minute Timer
Butterfly/Envelope Adapter (CE; included in 810-3442)
Toggle Switch, Optional
Temperature Probe
Probe Guard
2-34
2.18 Wiring Harnesses, Pin Terminals, and Power Cords
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
ITEM
PART #
1
807-1068
2
807-0158
3
807-0156
4
807-0159
5
807-0875
6
807-1067
7
807-0157
8
807-0155
9
807-0160
10
807-0804
11
826-1332
12
826-1333
13
807-2518
14
826-1331
15
826-1336
*
807-0154
* Not illustrated.
12
13
14
15
COMPONENT
Connectors
2-pin Female
6-pin Female
9-pin Female
12-pin Female
15-pin Female
2-pin Male
6-pin Male
9-pin Male
12-pin Male
15-pin Male
Terminal, Female Split Pin (pkg. of 25)
Terminal, Male Split Pin (pkg. of 25)
Plug, Mate-N-Lock (Dummy Pin)
Terminal, M&L Female Split Pin (pkg. of 25)
Terminal, M&L Male Split Pin (pkg. of 25)
Cord Set (Power Cord)
2-35
2.19 Garland Range (S35) Parts
ITEM
PART #
COMPONENT
Cabinetry
Cabinet Assembly, H35
Cabinet, Back/Upper
Fluecap
Topcap
Door Assembly
Frypot Assembly
Flue Assembly
Top Back Guard
Wiring Harness
1/2” Brass Manual Gas Valve
Garland Piezo Ignitor Kit
*
806-6741
*
900-2266
*
823-2282
*
824-0517
*
806-6765
*
806-3943SP
*
106-4430
*
810-1195
*
806-6985
*
810-1306
*
KIT1653
* Not illustrated.
2.20 Power Shower
6
1
2
5
3
4
ITEM
PART #
806-4542SP
806-4503SP
1
2
3
4
5
6
823-1522
823-1485
809-0415
826-1344
826-1390
814-0001
COMPONENT
Power Shower Assembly
MJ35
MJ45
Components
Power Shower Body, MJ35
Power Shower Body, MJ45
Screw, Clean-out
O-ring
Seal
Grip
2-36
Frymaster, L.L.C., 8700 Line Avenue, Shreveport, Louisiana 71106
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