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NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC
FRYERS
Installation, Operation, Service, and Parts Manual
H14SC/H17SC/H22SC Single Fryers, FPH17SC Series Filtration System Fryers
This manual is applicable to fryers manufactured beginning May 2006 with serial
numbers beginning with 0604. For serial numbers between 0308 to 0604 refer to
manual 819-6004. For serial numbers prior to 0308, refer to manual 819-5184.
Frymaster, a member of the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association, recommends
using CFESA Certified Technicians.
24-Hour Service Hotline 1-800-551-8633
www.frymaster.com
E-mail: service@frymaster.com
NOV 08
*8196203*
NOTICE
IF, DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, THE CUSTOMER USES A PART FOR THIS ENODIS
EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN AN UNMODIFIED NEW OR RECYCLED PART PURCHASED
DIRECTLY FROM FRYMASTER DEAN, OR ANY OF ITS AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTERS,
AND/OR THE PART BEING USED IS MODIFIED FROM ITS ORIGINAL CONFIGURATION, THIS
WARRANTY WILL BE VOID. FURTHER, FRYMASTER DEAN AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIMS, DAMAGES OR EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE CUSTOMER WHICH
ARISE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DUE TO THE INSTALLATION OF
ANY MODIFIED PART AND/OR PART RECEIVED FROM AN UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.
DANGER
Copper wire suitable for at least 167°F (75°C) must be used for power connections.
DANGER
The electrical power supply for this appliance must be the same as indicated on the rating and
serial number plate located on the inside of the fryer door.
DANGER
This appliance must be connected to the voltage and phase as specified on the rating and serial
number plate located on the inside of the fryer door.
DANGER
All wiring connections for this appliance must be made in accordance with the wiring diagrams
furnished with the equipment. Wiring diagrams are located on the inside of the fryer door.
DANGER
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
NOTICE
Drawings and photos used in this manual are intended to illustrate operational, cleaning and
technical procedures. They may differ slightly in appearance or placement between fryers but
functionality should remain the same. They may not conform to onsite management operational
procedures.
WARNING
Frymaster fryers equipped with legs are for permanent installations. Fryers fitted with legs
must be lifted during movement to avoid damage and possible bodily injury. For a moveable or
portable installation, Frymaster optional equipment casters must be used.
Questions? Call 1-800-551-8633 or email at service@frymaster.com
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
All wiring connections for this appliance must be made in accordance with the wiring diagrams
furnished with the equipment. Wiring diagrams are located on the inside of the fryer door.
WARNING
This equipment is intended for indoor use only. Do not install or operate this equipment in
outdoor areas.
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.
WARNING
No structural material on the fryer should be altered or removed to accommodate placement of
the fryer under a hood. Questions? Call the Frymaster Dean Service Hotline at 1-800-551-8633.
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.
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 frypots. 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.
WARNING
Never spray the fryer with water or use water jets to clean the fryer.
Navy Surface Ship Electric Fryers
Installation, Operation, Service, and Parts Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Chapter 1: Introduction
1-1
Chapter 2: Installation Instructions
2-1
Chapter 3: Operating Instructions
3-1
Chapter 4: Filtration Instructions
4-1
Chapter 5: Preventive Maintenance
5-1
Chapter 6: Operator Troubleshooting
6-1
Chapter 7: Service Procedures
7-1
Chapter 8: Parts List
8-1
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NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1
General
Read the instructions in this manual thoroughly before attempting to operate this equipment. This
manual covers all configurations of Navy Surface Ship Electric Fryer models specifically configured
for use aboard surface ships of the U.S. Navy, including H14SC/H17SC/H22SC kW and FPH17SC
kW filtration system models. The fryers in this model family have most parts in common, and when
discussed as a group, will be referred to as “Navy Surface Ship Electric” fryers.
Although similar in appearance to the Footprint Pro family of Navy Electric fryers, the Navy Surface
Ship Electric fryers feature a significantly different rotating element assembly. Other features,
including the deep cold-zones, open frypots and filtration systems remain essentially unchanged. All
Navy fryers are equipped with solid-state analog controllers. Fryers in this series can be single units
or grouped in batteries of two or more fryers.
1.2
Safety Information
Before attempting to operate your unit, read the instructions in this manual thoroughly.
Throughout this manual, you will find notations enclosed in double-bordered boxes similar to the
one below.
DANGER
Hot cooking oil causes severe burns. Never attempt to move a fryer containing hot
cooking oil or to transfer hot cooking oil from one container to another.
CAUTION boxes contain information about actions or conditions that may cause or result in a
malfunction of your system.
WARNING boxes contain information about actions or conditions that may cause or result in
damage to your system, and which may cause your system to malfunction.
DANGER boxes contain information about actions or conditions that may cause or result in
injury to personnel, and which may cause damage to your system and/or cause your system to
malfunction.
Fryers in this series are equipped with the following automatic safety features:
1. Two high-temperature detection features shut off power to the elements should the temperature
controls fail.
2. A safety switch built into the drain valve prevents the elements from heating with the drain valve
even partially open.
1-1
1.3
Controller Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. While this device is a verified Class A device, it has been
shown to meet the Class B limits. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission
helpful: "How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems". This booklet is available
from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
1.4
Shipping Damage Claim Procedure
What to do if this equipment arrives damaged:
Please note that this equipment was carefully inspected and packed by skilled personnel before
leaving the factory. The freight company assumes full responsibility for safe delivery upon
acceptance of the equipment.
1. File Claim for Damages Immediately—Regardless of extent of damage.
2. Visible Loss or Damage—Be sure this is noted on the freight bill or express receipt and is signed
by the person making the delivery.
3. Concealed Loss or Damage—If damage is unnoticed until equipment is unpacked, notify the
freight company or carrier immediately and file a concealed damage claim. This should be done
within 15 days of date of delivery. Be sure to retain container for inspection.
1.5
Service Information
For non-routine maintenance or repairs, or for service information, contact your local Frymaster
Authorized Service Center (FASC). Service information may also be obtained by calling the
Frymaster Technical Services Department (1-800-551-8633) or via e-mail at service
@frymaster.com. The following information will be needed in order to assist you efficiently:
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Voltage:
Also be prepared to describe the specific problem.
RETAIN AND STORE THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE USE.
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NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
2.1
Introduction
The instructions in this chapter cover all configurations of Navy Surface Ship Electric Fryer models
specifically configured for use aboard surface ships of the U.S. Navy, including
H14SC/H17SC/H22SC kW and FPH17SC kW filtration system models. The instructions do not
cover and may not be used for installations aboard submarines or ashore.
Proper installation is essential for the safe, efficient, trouble-free operation of this appliance.
Any unauthorized alteration of this equipment will void the Frymaster warranty.
NOTICE
All fryers shipped without factory supplied cords and plug assemblies must be
hardwired using flexible conduit to the terminal block located on the rear of the fryer.
These fryers should be wired to NEC specifications. Hardwired units must include
installation of restraint devices.
DANGER
Adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of this appliance without
depending on or transmitting stress to the electrical conduit
NOTICE
If this equipment is wired directly into the electrical power supply, a means for
disconnection from the supply having a contact separation of at least 3-mm in all
poles must be incorporated in the fixed wiring.
NOTICE
This equipment must be positioned so that the plug is accessible unless other
means for disconnection from the power supply (e.g., a circuit breaker) is provided.
NOTICE
If this appliance is permanently connected to fixed wiring, it must be connected by
means of copper wires having a temperature rating of not less than 167°F (75°C).
NOTICE
If the electrical power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a Frymaster
Dean Factory Authorized Service Center technician or a similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
DANGER
This appliance must be connected to a power supply having the same voltage and
phase as specified on the rating plate located on the inside of the appliance door.
2-1
DANGER
All wiring connections for this appliance must be made in accordance with the
wiring diagram(s) furnished with the appliance. Refer to the wiring diagram(s)
affixed to the inside of the appliance door when installing or servicing this
equipment.
DANGER
The appliance area must be kept free and clear of combustible material at all times.
WARNING
Do not block the area around the base or under the fryers.
All installation and service on FRYMASTER equipment must be performed by qualified, certified,
licensed, and/or authorized installation or service personnel.
Service may be obtained by contacting a local Frymaster DEAN Factory Authorized Service Center.
In the event of a power failure, the fryer(s) will automatically shut down. If this occurs, turn the
power switch OFF. Do not attempt to start the fryer(s) until power is restored.
A clearance of 6 inches (15cm) must be provided at both sides and back adjacent to combustible
construction. A minimum of 24 inches (61cm) should be provided at the front of the equipment for
servicing and proper operation.
Connections should be made by means of an approved, flexible-metallic or rubber-covered electrical
cable and quick-disconnect plug. The fryers may be installed with “hard-wired” connections, but
use of quick-disconnect plugs will facilitate service if required. Connections are made to the fryer
power input terminal block located in lower back of the fryer(s).
DANGER
Observe the following precautions when connecting the fryer to an emergency cutoff
system:
●
Be sure that each fryer is connected to a dedicated set of contacts in the
emergency cutoff system.
●
Do not connect the contacts in series.
●
Do not connect more than one fryer to each set of contacts.
●
The contacts MUST be normally closed contacts that open in an emergency.
●
The contacts CANNOT have an external voltage applied.
2-2
2.2
Power Requirements
MODEL
H14SC
H14SC
H17SC/FPH17SC
H17SC/FPH17SC
H22SC
H22SC
VOLTAGE
440
480
440
480
440
480
PHASE
3
3
3
3
3
3
WIRE
SERVICE
3
3
3
3
3
3
MIN.
SIZE
8
8
6
6
6
6
AWG
(mm2)
(10)
(10)
(16)
(16)
(16)
(16)
L1
19
17
23
21
29
27
AMPS PER LEG
L2
19
17
23
21
29
27
L3
19
17
23
21
29
27
The FPH17SC Navy Surface Ship electric fryers are equipped with a filter system that requires a
separate 120VAC, single-phase, 3-wire, 20 amp service (refer to wiring diagrams in sections 7.12
and 7.13).
NOTICE
If this appliance is permanently connected to fixed wiring, it must be connected by
means of copper wires having a temperature rating of not less than 167°F (75°C).
DANGER
This appliance must be connected to a power supply having the same voltage and
phase as specified on the rating plate located on the inside of the appliance door.
DANGER
All wiring connections for this appliance must be made in accordance with the
wiring diagram(s) furnished with the appliance. Refer to the wiring diagram(s)
affixed to the inside of the appliance door when installing or servicing this
equipment.
2.3
Installation
1. This equipment must be securely bolted to the deck.
2. Install deck studs for the specific fryer configuration in accordance with the diagrams at the end
of this chapter.
3. Position the fryer on the deck studs and secure with appropriate nuts and lock washers.
DANGER
No structural material on the fryer should be altered or removed to accommodate
placement of the fryer under a hood. Questions? Call the Frymaster Dean Service
Hotline at 1-800-551-8633.
2-3
2.4
After Fryers Are Anchored At the Frying Station
DANGER
Hot oil can cause severe burns. Avoid contact. Under all circumstances, oil must be
removed from the fryer before attempting to move it to avoid oil spills, falls and
severe burns. This fryer may tip and cause personal injury if not secured in a
stationary position.
1. Close frypot drain-valve(s) and fill frypot(s) with water to the bottom oil level line.
2. Boil out frypot(s) in accordance with the instructions in Section 5.1.3 of this manual.
3. Drain, clean, and fill frypot(s) with cooking oil.
Procedures in Chapter 3.)
2.5
(See Equipment Setup and Shutdown
Dimensions and Weights
Single Fryer (with Filter): LWH (inches) 33.80 X 15.58 X 45.5 - 295 lbs. empty.
Single Fryer: LWH (inches) 33.38 X 15.67 X 45.5 – 190 lbs. empty.
2-Fryer Battery: LWH (inches) 33.39 X 31.45 X 45.5 – 490 lbs. empty.
3-Fryer Battery: LWH (inches) 33.24 X 47.10 X 45.5 – 570 lbs. empty.
4-Fryer Battery: LWH (inches) 33.45 X 62.55 X 45.5 – 780 lbs. empty.
20.98
5.35
2.70
Back of Fryer Unit
14.51
Front Handle
16.51
24.36
24.36
2.00
Mounting Holes
Ø .625, 4 Places
33.80
Single Fryer (with Filter)
2-4
10.18
15.58
33.38
28.29
17.534
20.48
Front Handle
15.67
20.48
Back of Fryer Unit
2.465
10.580
Mounting Holes
Ø .625,
4 Places
Single Fryer (non-filter)
26.316
2.470
7.098
Typical
Back of Fryer Unit
31.62
31.62
33.39
17.515
Mounting Holes
Ø .625, 4 Places
Front Handle
31.45
2-Fryer Battery
2-5
14.400
27.570
Back of Fryer Unit
7.229
32.66
32.66
22.66
22.66
17.516
33.24
Mounting Holes
Ø .625, 4 Places
Front Handle
47.1
3-Fryer Battery
62.55
2.470
26.320
31.180
Back of Fryer Unit
7.119
7.119
31.61
31.61
35.76
35.76
17.490
Mounting Holes
Ø .625, 4 Places
Front Handle
4-Fryer Battery
2-6
33.45
NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 3: OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
3.1
Equipment Setup and Shutdown Procedures
Setup
DANGER
Never operate the appliance with an empty frypot. The frypot must be filled with
water or cooking oil before energizing the elements. Failure to do so will result in
irreparable damage to the elements and may cause a fire.
DANGER
Remove all drops of water from the frypot before filling with cooking oil. Failure to
do so will cause spattering of hot liquid when the oil is heated to cooking
temperature.
1. Fill the frypot with cooking oil to the bottom OIL LEVEL line located on the rear of the frypot.
This will allow for oil expansion as heat is applied. Do not fill cold oil any higher than the
bottom line; overflow may occur as heat expands the oil.
NOTE: If solid shortening is used, first raise the elements, then pack the shortening into the
bottom of the frypot. Lower the elements, and then pack the shortening around and over the
elements. It may be necessary to add shortening to bring the level up to the proper mark after the
packed shortening has melted.
DANGER
Never set a complete block of solid shortening on top of the heating elements.
When using solid shortening, always pre-melt the shortening before adding it to the
frypot. If the shortening is not pre-melted, it must be packed down into the bottom of
the frypot and between the elements, and the fryer must be started in the melt-cycle
mode.
Never cancel the melt-cycle mode when using solid shortening. Doing so will result
in damage to the elements and increase the potential for a flash fire.
2. If the fryer(s) is/are not hard-wired into the power supply, ensure that the power cord(s) is/are
plugged into the appropriate receptacle(s). Verify that the face of the plug(s) is/are flush with the
outlet plate, with no portion of the prongs visible.
3. Ensure that the oil level is at the top OIL LEVEL line when the oil is at its cooking temperature.
It may be necessary to add oil to bring the level up to the proper mark, after it has reached
cooking temperature.
3–1
Shutdown
1. Turn the fryer off.
2. Filter the cooking oil and clean the fryers (See Chapters 4 and 5).
3. Place the frypot covers on the frypots.
3.2
Operation of the Solid-State Analog Controller
NOTE: Refer to Chapter 4 of this manual for operating instructions for the built-in filtration system.
Fryers configured for the U.S. Navy are equipped with solid-state analog controllers.
2
1
3
5
4
6
7
U.S. Navy Solid-State Analog Controller
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1 Power Switch – Controls electrical power to fryer.
2 Power-On Light – Indicates when electrical power to fryer is ON.
3 Heating Mode Light – Indicates when heating element is ON.
4 Trouble Light – Indicates over high-limit or problem in heat control circuitry.
5 Thermostat Control Knob – Sets desired frying temperature.
6 Hi-Limit Test Switch – Tests high-limit thermostat.
7 Second Hi-Limit Test Light – Indicates fryer is in second high-limit test mode.
The analog controller, illustrated above, is used to adjust and maintain oil at the temperature
indicated by the thermostat knob.
The fryer has two built-in high-limit protection features. If the temperature in the frypot reaches
approximately 410°F, the controller opens the heat relay circuit, turning the elements off. If the
temperature in the frypot reaches 450°F, a mechanical high-limit shuts off electrical power to the
elements. The operator should periodically test each of the high-limit protection features, using
the procedure at the end of this chapter, to verify that they are operating correctly.
3–2
The analog controller has no timing features. The operator must monitor shake and pull times.
WARNING
Before pressing the power switch to the ON position, ensure that the frypot is
properly filled with oil. See Section 3.1.
CONTROLLER OPERATING PROCEDURE
1. Verify that the thermostat knob is set to the desired cooking temperature.
2. Press the power switch to the ON position. The POWER light will illuminate.
3. If the frypot temperature is below 180°F, the controller will automatically enter a warm-up cycle
(often called a melt cycle). The heating elements will cycle on and off repeatedly, allowing the
oil to heat gradually, without scorching. During the warm-up cycle, the heating mode light will
alternately illuminate and go off as the elements cycle on and off. Within about 45 minutes, the
controller will exit the warm-up cycle and the heating mode light will remain continuously
illuminated.
4. When the oil temperature reaches the thermostat knob setpoint, the elements will cycle OFF and
the HEAT light will go off, indicating that the fryer is ready for the cooking process to begin.
HIGH-LIMIT TEST PROCEDURE
Tools Required: One 0-600°F pyrometer with sensing probe or an equivalent high-temperature
thermometer.
NOTE: Conduct this test when the fryer will not be needed for about one hour and when the
cooking oil is due to be changed (the test will ruin the cooking oil). Start the test with the controller
turned ON and with the cooking oil at normal frying temperature. Stir the oil thoroughly to ensure
even distribution and temperature.
DANGER
If the expected results (indicated by italics) for Steps 3 and 4 below do not occur,
turn off the fryer at the main circuit breaker panel and do not use the fryer until it has
been repaired by an authorized technician.
1. Verify that cooking oil is at the bottom OIL-LEVEL line. Add oil if necessary.
2. Turn the power switch ON and set the control knob to the normal frying temperature.
3. Insert the pyrometer probe into the frypot so that its tip is near the temperature probe on the
element (i.e., approximately 5-inches into the oil, near the center of the frypot). Press and hold
the high-limit test switch in the “1st” test position until the TROUBLE light illuminates. Release
the test switch.
The trouble light should have come on when the temperature was approximately 410°F (± 10°F)
and the heating elements should have de-energized (indicated by the HEAT light going out).
3–3
4. Press and hold the high-limit test switch in the “2nd” test position until the 2nd High-Limit light
illuminates. Release the switch.
The 2nd High-Limit light should have come on when the temperature was between 430°F and
460°F.
For fryers connected to an external shunt power supply, all fryers should have been shut off
completely and all control panel lights should have been extinguished. For fryers not connected
to an external shunt power supply, only the fryer being tested should have been shut off.
5. Place the controller power switch in the OFF position.
6. Allow the cooking oil to cool to below normal frying temperature. When the power switch is
again placed in the ON position, the elements should re-energize and the operating thermostat
should resume control of the temperature. If the TROUBLE light remains on instead, allow the
oil additional time to cool.
3–4
NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 4: FILTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.1
Introduction
The FootPrint Pro filtration system allows the cooking oil or shortening in one frypot to be safely
and efficiently filtered while the other frypots in a battery remain in operation. Section 4.2 covers
preparation of the filter system for use. Operation of the system is covered in section 4.3.
WARNING
The work center supervisor is responsible for ensuring that operators are made
aware of the inherent hazards of operating a hot oil filtering system, particularly the
aspects of oil filtration, draining and cleaning procedures.
4.2
Preparing the Filter for Use
1. Rotate the pan-locking rod to either side
until it clears the filter pan, then pull the
pan out from the cabinet. Remove the
crumb tray, hold-down ring and filter
screen. Clean all components with a
solution of detergent and hot water then
dry thoroughly.
Rotate the locking rod
to either side to allow
the pan to be pulled
out from the fryer.
The filter pan is equipped with rollers in
rails, much like a kitchen drawer. The
pan may be removed for cleaning or to
gain access to interior components by
lifting the front of the pan to disengage
the front rollers, then pulling it forward
until the rear rollers clear the rails. The
pan cover must not be removed except
for cleaning, interior access, or to allow
a shortening disposal unit (SDU) to be
positioned under the drain.
Inspect O-Rings
2. Inspect the filter pan connection fitting
to ensure that both O-rings are in good
condition. O-rings are located on the
tube disconnect inside the filter pan as
shown to the right.
4-1
3. Place the metal filter screen in the center
of the bottom of the pan, then lay a sheet
of filter paper on top of the screen, overlapping on all sides.
Screen
Filter Paper
4. Position the hold-down ring over the
filter paper and lower the ring into the
pan, allowing the paper to fold up around
the ring as it is lowered to the bottom of
the pan.
5. When the hold-down ring is in position, sprinkle one packet of filter powder evenly over the
paper.
6. Replace the crumb tray in the filter pan, then push the filter pan back into the fryer, positioning it
under the drain.
4.3
Operation of the Filter
DANGER
Draining and filtering of cooking oil must be accomplished with care to avoid the
possibility of a serious burn caused by careless handling. The oil to be filtered is at
or near 350°F. Ensure drain handles are in their proper position before operating
any switches or valves. Wear all appropriate safety equipment when draining and
filtering cooking oil or shortening.
DANGER
NEVER attempt to drain cooking oil from the fryer with the elements energized!
Doing so will cause irreparable damage to the elements and may cause a flash fire.
Doing so will also void the Frymaster warranty.
1. Ensure that the filter is prepared. See
Sec. 4.2.
2. Make sure the oil is at operating
temperature.
3. Turn the fryer power OFF. Drain the
frypot into the filter pan by rotating the
valves 90º. If necessary, use the Fryer's
Friend clean-out rod to clear the drain
from inside the frypot.
Open drain valve
by rotating 90º.
4-2
DANGER
Do not drain more than one frypot at a time into the built-in filtration unit to avoid
overflow and spillage of hot oil.
DANGER
NEVER attempt to clear a clogged drain valve from the front of the valve! Hot oil will
rush out creating the potential for severe burns. DO NOT hammer on the drain valve
with the cleanout rod or other objects. Damage to the ball inside will result in leaks
and will void the Frymaster warranty.
4.
After the cooking oil has drained from
the frypot, turn the filter handle to the
ON position to start the pump and begin
the filtering process. There may be a
slight delay before the pump activates.
Turn filter handle
to the ON position.
5.
The filter pump draws the cooking oil through the filter medium and circulates it back up to and
through the frypot during a 5-minute process called polishing. Polishing cleans the oil by
trapping solid particles in the filter medium.
6.
After the oil is filtered (about 5 minutes), close the drain valve and allow the fryer to refill. Let
the filter pump run 10 to 12 seconds after the oil begins to bubble. Turn the filter off.
WARNING
The filter pump is equipped with a manual reset switch (see photo below) in case the
filter motor overheats or an electrical fault occurs. If this switch trips, turn off power
to the filter system and allow the pump motor to cool 20 minutes before attempting
to reset the switch.
Filter Pump Reset Switch
7. Lower the elements into the frypot and reinstall the basket support rack. Ensure the drain
valve is fully closed. (If the drain valve is not fully closed, the fryer will not operate.) Turn
the fryer ON and allow the cooking oil to reach setpoint.
4-3
DANGER
The crumb tray 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.
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.
4.4
Draining and Disposing of Waste Oil
When your cooking oil has reached the end of its usable life, drain the oil into an appropriate
METAL container for transport to the disposal container. Frymaster recommends the use of the
Frymaster Shortening Disposal Unit (SDU). NOTE: If using an SDU built before January 2004
the filter pan cover must be removed to allow the unit to be positioned beneath the drain. To remove
the lid, lift up on the front edge and pull it straight out of the cabinet. Refer to the documentation
furnished with the disposal unit for specific operating instructions. If a shortening disposal unit is
not available, allow the oil to cool to 100°F, then drain the oil into a metal stockpot or similar metal
container. When draining is finished, close the fryer drain valve securely.
DANGER
Allow oil to cool to 100°F before draining into an appropriate container for disposal.
When draining oil into a disposal unit, do not fill above the maximum fill line located
on the container.
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NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 5: PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
5.1
Cleaning the Fryer
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.
DANGER
Never attempt to clean the fryer during the frying process or when the frypot is filled
with hot oil. If water comes in contact with oil heated to frying temperature, it will
cause spattering of the oil, which can result in severe burns to nearby personnel.
WARNING
Use a commercial-grade cleaner formulated to effectively clean and sanitize
food-contact surfaces. Read the directions for use and precautionary statements
before use. Particular attention must be paid to the concentration of cleaner and the
length of time the cleaner remains on the food-contact surfaces.
5.1.1 Clean Inside and Outside of the Fryer Cabinet – Daily
Clean inside the fryer cabinet with a dry, clean cloth. Wipe all accessible metal surfaces and
components to remove accumulated oil/shortening and dust.
Clean outside the fryer cabinet, with a clean, damp cloth soaked with dishwashing detergent. Wipe
with a clean, damp cloth.
5.1.2 Clean the Built-in Filtration System – Daily
WARNING
Never drain water into the filter pan. Water will damage the filter pump.
There are no periodic preventive maintenance checks and services required for the FootPrint Pro
Filtration System other than daily cleaning of the filter pan and associated components with a
solution of hot water and detergent.
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5.1.3 Clean the Frypot and Heating Elements – Weekly
DANGER
Never operate the appliance with an empty frypot. The frypot must be filled with
water or cooking oil before energizing the elements. Failure to do so will result in
irreparable damage to the elements and may cause a fire.
Boiling Out the Frypot
Before the fryer is first used, it should be boiled out to ensure that residue from the manufacturing
process has been eliminated. Also, after the fryer has been in use for a period of time, a hard film of
caramelized vegetable oil will form on the inside of the frypot. This film should be periodically
removed by following the boil-out procedure that follows.
1. Before switching the fryer(s) ON, close the frypot drain valve(s), then fill the empty frypot with
a mixture of cold water and dishwashing detergent. Follow instructions on detergent container
when mixing.
2. Press the fryer ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
3. Set the temperature control knob to the lowest setting.
4. Simmer the solution for 45 minutes to one hour. Do not allow the water level to drop below the
bottom oil-level line in the frypot during the boil-out operation.
DANGER
Never leave the fryer unattended during the boil-out process. If the boil-out solution
boils over, turn the fryer off immediately and let the solution cool for a few minutes
before resuming the process.
5. Turn the fryer ON/OFF switch(s) to the OFF position.
6. Add two gallons of water. Drain out the solution and clean the frypot(s) thoroughly.
WARNING
Do not drain boil-out solution into a shortening disposal unit, a built-in filtration unit,
or a portable filter unit. These units are not intended for this purpose, and will be
damaged by the solution.
7. Refill the frypot(s) with clean water. Rinse the frypot(s) twice, drain and dry with a clean towel.
Thoroughly remove all water from the frypot and elements before refilling the frypot with
cooking oil.
DANGER
Remove all drops of water from the frypot before filling with cooking oil. Failure to
do so will cause spattering of hot liquid when the oil is heated to cooking
temperature.
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5.1.4 Clean Detachable Parts and Accessories – Weekly
Wipe all detachable parts and accessories with a clean, dry cloth. Use a clean cloth saturated with
detergent to remove accumulated carbonized oil on detachable parts and accessories. Rinse the parts
and accessories thoroughly with clean water and wipe dry before reinstalling.
5.2
Check Calibration of Temperature Control Knob – Monthly
1. After the cooking oil reaches operating temperature, let the heating elements cycle at least four
times (indicated by the HEAT light going out and coming back on).
2. Insert a thermometer or pyrometer probe near the temperature-sensing probe approximately five
inches deep into the cooking oil. When the heating elements cycle on for the fourth time, the
thermometer should read within ±5°F of the temperature control knob setting.
3. If the knob requires adjustment:
a. Loosen the setscrew in the control knob until the outer shell of the knob will rotate on the
insert inside the knob.
b. Rotate the outer shell of the knob until the index line on the knob aligns with the mark that
corresponds to the thermometer or pyrometer reading.
c. Hold the knob and tighten the setscrew.
d. Recheck the thermometer or pyrometer reading and the temperature control knob setting the
next time the HEAT light illuminates.
e. Repeat steps a through d until the thermometer or pyrometer reading and the knob setting
agree within 5°F.
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5.3
Annual/Periodic System Inspection
This appliance should be inspected and adjusted periodically by qualified service personnel as
part of the galley material maintenance management (3M) program.
Frymaster recommends that a Factory Authorized Service Technician inspect this appliance at
least annually as follows:
Fryer
•
Inspect the cabinet inside and out, front and rear for excessive oil.
•
Verify that the heating element wires are in good condition and that leads have no visible fraying
or insulation damage and that they are free of oil.
•
Verify that heating elements are in good condition with no carbon/caramelized oil build-up.
Inspect the elements for signs of extensive dry-firing.
•
Verify that the tilt mechanism is working properly when lifting and lowering elements, and that
the element wires are not binding and/or chafing.
•
Verify the heating-element amp-draw is within the allowed range as indicated on the appliance’s
rating plate.
•
Verify that the temperature and high-limit probes are properly connected, tightened and
functioning properly, and that mounting hardware and probe guards are present and properly
installed.
•
Verify that component box and contactor box components (i.e. controller, relays, interface
boards, transformers, contactors, etc.) are in good condition and free from oil and other debris.
•
Verify that component box and contactor box wiring connections are tight and that wiring is in
good condition.
•
Verify that all safety features (i.e. contactor shields, drain safety switches, reset switches, etc.)
are present and functioning properly.
•
Verify that the frypot is in good condition and free of leaks and that the frypot insulation is in
serviceable condition.
•
Verify that all wiring harnesses and wiring connections are tight and in good condition.
Built-In Filtration System
•
Inspect all oil-return and drain lines for leaks and verify that all connections are tight.
•
Inspect the filter pan for leaks and cleanliness. If there is a large accumulation of crumbs in the
crumb basket, instruct the work center supervisor/watch supervisor that the crumb basket must
be emptied into a fireproof container and cleaned daily.
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•
Verify that all O-rings and seals (including those on the quick-disconnect fittings) are present
and in good condition. Replace O-rings and seals if worn or damaged.
•
Check filtration system integrity as follows:
•
Verify that filter pan cover is present and properly installed.
•
With the filter pan empty, place each oil return handle, one at a time, in the ON position. Verify
that the pump activates and that bubbles appear in the oil of the associated frypot.
•
Close all oil return valves (i.e., place all oil return handles in the OFF position). Verify proper
functioning of each oil return valve by activating the filter pump using the lever on one of the oil
return handle microswitches. No air bubbles should be visible in any frypot.
•
Verify that the filter pan is properly prepared for filtering, then drain a frypot of oil heated to
350°F into the filter pan and close the frypot drain valve. Place the oil return handle in the ON
position. Allow all oil to return to the frypot indicated by bubbles in the cooking oil. Return the
oil return handle to the OFF position. The frypot should have refilled in no more than 2 minutes
and 30 seconds.
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NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 6: OPERATOR TROUBLESHOOTING
6.1
Introduction
This section provides an easy reference guide to some of the common problems that may occur
during the operation of this equipment. The troubleshooting guides that follow are intended to help
correct, or at least accurately diagnose, problems with this equipment. Although the chapter covers
the most common problems reported, you may encounter problems that are not covered. In such
instances, the Frymaster Technical Services staff will make every effort to help you identify and
resolve the problem.
When troubleshooting a problem, always use a process of elimination starting with the simplest
solution and working through to the most complex. Never overlook the obvious – anyone can forget
to plug in a cord or fail to close a valve completely. Most importantly, always try to establish a clear
idea of why a problem has occurred. Part of any corrective action involves taking steps to ensure
that it doesn’t happen again. If a controller malfunctions because of a poor connection, check all
other connections, too. If a fuse continues to blow, find out why. Always keep in mind that failure
of a small component may often be indicative of potential failure or incorrect functioning of a more
important component or system.
Before calling a service agent or the Frymaster HOTLINE (1-800-551-8633) or
contacting via e-mail at service@frymaster.com:
•
Verify that power is connected and that circuit breakers are on.
•
Verify that frypot drain valves are fully closed.
DANGER
Hot cooking oil will cause severe burns. Never attempt to move this appliance when
filled with hot cooking oil or to transfer hot cooking oil from one container to
another.
DANGER
This equipment should be disconnected from the electrical power supply when
servicing, except when electrical circuit tests are required. Use extreme care when
performing such tests.
This appliance may have more than one electrical power supply connection point.
Disconnect all power supplies before servicing.
Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical components should be performed by
authorized personnel only.
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6.2
Troubleshooting
6.2.1 Control and Heating Problems
Problem
Probable Causes
A. Power cord is not plugged in or
circuit breaker is tripped.
B. Controller has failed.
Controller won't
activate.
C. Power supply component or
interface board has failed.
A. Drain valve is open.
B. Controller has failed.
Fryer does not heat.
C. One or more other components
have failed.
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Corrective Action
A. Plug power cord in and verify
that circuit breaker is not
tripped.
B. If available, substitute a
controller known to be working
for the suspect controller. If the
substitute controller functions
correctly, order a new controller.
C. If any of the components in the
power supply system (including
the transformer and interface
board) fail, power will not be
supplied to the controller and it
will not function. Determining
which component has failed is
beyond the scope of operator
troubleshooting. Call FASC.
A. This fryer is equipped with a
drain safety switch that prevents
the heating element from being
energized if the drain valve is
not fully closed. Verify that the
drain valve is fully closed.
B. If available, substitute a
controller known to be working
for the suspect controller. If the
substitute controller functions
correctly, order a new controller.
C. If the circuitry in the fryer
control system cannot determine
the frypot temperature, the
system will not allow the
element to be energized or will
de-energize the element if it is
already energized. If the
contactor, element, or associated
wiring fails, the element will not
energize. Determining which
specific component is
malfunctioning is beyond the
scope of operator
troubleshooting. Call FASC.
Problem
Fryer repeatedly
cycles on and off
when first started.
Probable Causes
Fryer is in melt-cycle mode.
Fryer does not heat
after filtering.
Drain valve is open.
Fryer heats until
high limit trips with
heat indicator ON.
Temperature probe or controller has
failed.
Fryer heats until
high limit trips
without heat
indicator ON.
Fryer stops heating
with heat indicator
ON.
Contactor or controller has failed.
The high limit thermostat or
contactor has failed.
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Corrective Action
This is normal. The standard
operational mode for the controller
is for the elements to cycle on and
off until the temperature in the
frypot reaches 180ºF (82ºC). The
purpose of the melt-cycle is to
allow controlled melting of solid
shortening to prevent scorching
and flash fires or damage to the
element.
This fryer is equipped with a drain
safety switch that prevents the
heating element from being
energized if the drain valve is not
fully closed. Verify that the drain
valve is fully closed.
If available, substitute a controller
known to be working for the
suspect controller. If the substitute
controller functions correctly,
order a new controller. If
substitution of the controller does
not resolve the problem, the most
likely cause is a failed temperature
probe.
If available, substitute a controller
known to be working for the
suspect controller. If the substitute
controller functions correctly,
order a new controller. If
substitution of the controller does
not resolve the problem, the most
likely cause is a contactor failed in
the closed position.
The fact that the heat indicator is
ON indicates that the controller is
functioning properly and is calling
for heat. The high limit thermostat
functions as a normally closed
switch. If the thermostat fails, the
"switch" opens and power to the
elements is shut off. If the
contactor fails to close, no power is
supplied to the elements.
Determining which component has
failed is beyond the scope of
operator troubleshooting. Call
FASC.
6.2.2 Error Messages and Display Problems
Problem
Probable Causes
Controller trouble
light ON.
Oil temperature above acceptable
range or a problem with the
temperature measuring circuitry.
Controller trouble
light ON and heating
mode light ON.
Open drain valve or problem with
latching circuits
Corrective Action
This in an indication of a
malfunction in the temperature
measuring or control circuitry,
including a failure of the high limit
thermostat. Determining the
specific problem is beyond the
scope of operator troubleshooting.
Shut the fryer down immediately.
Verify that the drain valve is fully
closed. The fryer will not function
if the drain valve is not fully
closed. If the drain valve is fully
closed, the problem is within the
latching circuitry and is beyond the
scope of operator troubleshooting.
6.2.3 Filtration Problems
Problem
Probable Causes
A. Verify that the power cord is
fully plugged in. If so, verify
that circuit breaker is not
tripped.
B. If the motor is too hot to touch
for more than a few seconds, the
B. Pump motor has overheated
thermal overload switch has
causing the thermal overload
probably tripped. Allow the
switch to trip.
motor to cool at least 20
minutes then press the Pump
Reset Switch.
C. Blockage in filter pump.
C. Pump blockages are usually
caused by sediment buildup in
Test: Close the drain valve and
the pump due to improperly
pull the filter pan out from the
sized or installed filter paper
fryer. Activate the pump. If the
and failure to use the crumb
pump motor hums for a short time
screen.
then stops, the probable cause is
blockage of the pump itself.
A. Power cord is not plugged in or
circuit breaker is tripped.
Filter pump won't
start.
Corrective Action
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Problem
Probable Causes
Blockage in filter pan suction tube.
Filter pump runs
but oil does not
return to frypot and
there is no bubbling
oil.
Test: Close the drain valve and pull
the filter pan out from the fryer.
Activate the pump. If bubbling oil
occurs, there is a blockage in the
filter pan suction tube.
A. Improperly installed filter pan
components.
Filter pump runs,
but oil return is very
slow and bubbling
oil occurs.
Corrective Action
The blockage may be caused by
sediment buildup or, if solid
shortening is used, solidified
shortening in the tube. Use a thin,
flexible wire to remove the
blockage. If the blockage cannot
be removed, call FASC.
A. Verify that filter screen is in
bottom of pan with paper top of
screen.
Verify that O-rings are present
and in good condition on filter
pan connection fitting.
B. In order to properly filter, the
oil or shortening should be at
or near 350ºF (177ºC). At
temperatures lower than this,
the oil becomes too thick to
B. Attempting to filter with oil or
pass through the filter medium
shortening that is not hot enough.
easily, resulting in much slower
oil return and eventual
overheating of the filter pump
motor. Make sure oil is at or
near frying temperature before
draining oil into filter pan.
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NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 7: SERVICE PROCEDURES
7.1
General
Before performing any maintenance on this equipment, disconnect the fryer from the electrical
power supply.
When electrical wires are disconnected, it is recommended that they be marked in such a way as to
facilitate re-assembly.
7.2
Replacing a Controller
1. Disconnect the fryers from the electrical power supply.
2. The controller bezel is held in place by tabs at the top and bottom. Slide the bezel up to
disengage the lower tabs. Then slide the bezel down to disengage the upper tabs. If applicable,
remove the top two screws holding the controller to the control panel frame. The control panel is
hinged at the bottom and will swing open from the top.
3. Unplug the wiring harness from the connector on the back of the controller and disconnect the
grounding wire from terminal adjacent to the connector. Remove the control panel assembly by
lifting it from the hinged slots in the control panel frame.
15-Pin Connector
Ground Wire Terminal
4. Remove the controller from the control panel assembly and install the replacement controller.
Reinstall the control panel assembly by reversing steps 1 and 2.
7.3
Replacing Component Box Components
1. Remove the control panel (see steps 1 - 3 of section 7.2 on the preceding page).
2. Unplug the wiring harness from the 15-pin connector on the interface board and disconnect the
grounding wire from terminal adjacent to the 15-pin connector on the back of the controller.
Remove the control panel assembly by lifting it from the hinge slots in the control panel frame.
3. Disconnect the wiring from the component to be replaced, being sure to make a note of where
each wire was connected.
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4. Dismount the component to be replaced and install the new component, being sure that any
required spacers, insulation, washers, etc. are in place.
NOTE: If more room to work is required, the control panel frame assembly may be removed by
removing the hex head screws that secure it to the fryer cabinet (see illustration below). If this
option is chosen, all front panel assemblies must be removed per steps 2-4 above. The cover
plate on the lower front of the component box may also be removed if desired. Removing the
component box itself from the fryer is not recommended due to the difficulty involved in
disconnecting and reconnecting the oil-return valve rods, which pass through openings in the
component box.
Remove these three
screws at each end.
Remove these two screws
from the center supports.
Removing the Control Panel Frame and Top Cap Assembly
5. Reconnect the wiring disconnected in Steps 2 and 3, referring to your notes and the wiring
diagrams on the fryer door to ensure that the connections are properly made. Also, verify that no
other wiring was disconnected accidentally during the replacement process.
6. Reverse steps 1-4 to complete the replacement and return the fryer to service.
7.4
Replacing a High-Limit Thermostat
1. Remove the filter pan and lid from the unit. Drain the frypots into a Shortening Disposal Unit
(SDU) or other appropriate metal container.
DANGER
DO NOT drain more than one full frypot or two split frypots into the SDU at one time.
2. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply and reposition it to gain access to the rear
of the fryer.
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3. Remove the four screws from both the left and right sides of the lower back panel.
4. Locate the high-limit that is being replaced and follow the two-black wires to the 12-pin
connector C-6. Note where the leads are connected prior to removing them from the connector.
Unplug the 12-pin connector C-6 and using a pin-pusher push the pins of the high-limit out of
the connector.
5. Using a wrench, carefully unscrew the high-limit thermostat to be replaced.
6.
Apply Loctite™ PST 567 or equivalent sealant to the threads of the replacement and screw it
securely into the frypot.
7. Insert the leads into the 12-pin connector C-6 (see illustration below). For full-vat units or the
left half of a dual-vat unit (as viewed from the rear of the fryer) the leads go into positions 1 and
2 of the connector. For the right half of a dual-vat unit (as viewed from the rear of the fryer), the
leads go into positions 7 and 8. In either case, polarity does not matter.
8. Reconnect the 12-pin connecting plug C-6. Use wire ties to secure any loose wires.
9. Reinstall the back panels reposition the fryer under the exhaust hood, and reconnect it to the
electrical power supply to return the fryer to service.
7.5
Replacing a Temperature Probe
1. Remove the filter pan and lid from the unit. Drain the frypots into a Shortening Disposal Unit
(SDU) or other appropriate metal container.
DANGER
DO NOT drain more than one full frypot or two split frypots into the SDU at one time.
2. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply and reposition it to gain access to the rear
of the fryer.
3. Remove the four screws from both sides of the lower back panel. Then remove the two screws
on both the left and right sides of the back of the tilt housing. Lift the tilt housing straight up to
remove from the fryer.
4. Locate the red and white wires of the temperature probe to be replaced. Note where the leads
are connected prior to removing them from the connector. Unplug the 12-pin connector C-6 and
using a pin-pusher push the pins of the temperature probe out of the connector.
5. Raise the element and remove the securing probe bracket and metal tie wraps that secure the
probe to the element (see illustration on the following page).
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6. Gently pull on the temperature probe and grommet. Pulling the wires up the rear of the fryer and
through the element tube assembly.
7. Insert the replacement temperature probe (wires first) into the tube assembly ensuring that the
grommet is in place. Secure the probe to the elements using the bracket which was removed in
Step 5 and the metal tie wraps which were included in the replacement kit.
8. Route the probe wires out of the tube assembly following the element wires down the back of the
fryer through the Heyco bushings to the 12-pin connector C-6. Secure the wires to the sheathing
with wire ties.
9. Insert the temperature probe leads into the 12-pin connector C-6 (see illustration below). For
full-vat units or the right half of a dual-vat unit (as viewed from the rear of the fryer) the red lead
goes into position 3 and the white lead into position 4 of the connector. For the left half of a
dual-vat unit (as viewed from the rear of the fryer), the red lead goes into position 9 and the
white lead into position 10. NOTE: Right and left refer to the fryer as viewed from the rear.
10. Secure any loose wires with wire ties making sure that the lead wires will not interfere with the
movement of the springs. Rotate the elements up and down making sure that movement is not
restricted and that the wires are not pinched.
11. Reinstall the tilt housing and back panels, reposition the fryer under the exhaust hood, and
reconnect it to the electrical power supply to return the fryer to service.
7.6
Replacing a Heating Element
1. Perform steps 1-3 of section 7.5, Replacing a Temperature Probe.
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2. On dual-vat fryers, and on full-vat fryers where the temperature probe is attached to the element
being replaced, disconnect the wire harness containing the probe wiring. Using a pin pusher,
disconnect the probe wires from the 12-pin connector C-6.
3. In the rear of the fryer directly behind the frypot disconnect the 6-pin connector for the left
element (as viewed from the front of the fryer) or the 9-pin connector for the right element.
Press in on the tabs on each side of the connector while pulling outward on the free end to extend
the connector and release the element leads (see photo below). Pull the leads out of the
connector and out of the wire sleeving.
Note: Liquid
resistant
seals.
4. Raise the element to the full up position and support the elements.
5. Remove the hex head screws and nuts that secure the element to the tube assembly and pull the
element out of the frypot. NOTE: Full-vat elements consist of two dual-vat elements clamped
together. For full-vat units, remove the element clamps before removing the nuts and screws that
secure the element to the tube assembly.
6. If applicable, recover the probe bracket and probe from the element being replaced and install
them on the replacement element, then install the replacement element in the frypot, securing it
with the nuts and screws removed in Step 5 to the tube assembly ensuring the gasket is between
the tube and element assembly.
7. Route the element leads through the element tube assembly and into the wire sleeving to prevent
chafing. Ensure that the wire sleeving is routed back through the Heyco bushing keeping it clear
from the lift springs. Also ensure that the wire sleeving extends into the tube assembly to protect
the edge of the tube assembly from chafing the wires. Press the pins into the connector in
accordance with the diagram below, and then close the connector to lock the leads in place.
NOTE: It is critical that the wires be routed through the sleeving to prevent chafing.
Index Marker marks
Position 1
6L
3
2
1
3
2
1
6
5
4
6
5
4
9
8
7
5L
4L
6
R
3L 2L 1L
7-5
5
4R
R
3R
2
1R
R
8. Reconnect the element connector it was removed from directly behind the frypot, ensuring that
the latches lock.
9. Insert the temperature probe leads into the 12-pin wiring harness connector C-6 (see illustration
below). For full-vat units or the right half of a dual-vat unit, the red lead goes into position 3 and
the white into position 4. For the left half of a dual-vat unit, the red lead goes into position 9 and
the white into position 10. NOTE: Right and left refer to the fryer as viewed from the rear.
10. Reconnect the 12-pin connector C-6 of the wiring harness disconnected in Step 2.
11. Lower the element down onto the basket rack.
12. Reinstall the tilt housing and back panels, reposition the fryer under the exhaust hood, and
reconnect it to the electrical power supply.
7.7
Replacing Contactor Box Components
1. If replacing a contactor box component above the built-in filter system, remove the filter pan and
lid from the unit. Drain the frypots into a Shortening Disposal Unit (SDU) or other appropriate
metal container. If replacing a contactor box component in a non-filter unit or a frypot that’s not
over the filter pan, drain the frypot above the box into a Shortening Disposal Unit (SDU) or other
appropriate metal container.
DANGER
DO NOT drain more than one full frypot or two split frypots into the SDU at one time.
2. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply.
3. Remove the two screws securing the cover of the contactor box. The contactor boxes above the
filter pan are accessed by sliding under the fryer. They are located to the left and right above the
guide rails (see photo below). The contactor boxes of non-filter units or frypots not over the
filter pan are accessed by opening the fryer door directly under the affected frypot.
Remove two screws to access contactor box components above
the filter pan.
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4. The contactors and relays are held on by threaded pin studs so that only removal of the nut is
required to replace the component.
5. After performing necessary service, reverse steps 1-4 to return the fryer to operation.
Left and right views of mechanical contactor box components.
7.8
Replacing a Frypot
1. Drain the frypot into the filter pan or, if replacing a frypot over the filter system, into a
Shortening Disposal Unit (SDU) or other appropriate metal container. If replacing a frypot over
the filter system, remove the filter pan and lid from the unit.
DANGER
DO NOT drain more than one full frypot or two split frypots into the SDU at one time.
2. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply and reposition it to gain access to both the
front and rear.
3. Slide the metal bezel up to release the bottom tabs, then slide the bezel down to disengage the
upper tabs.
4. Remove the two screws from the upper corners of the control panels and allow them to swing
down (see illustration and photo on page 7-1).
5. Unplug the wiring harnesses and ground wires from the backs of the controllers. Remove the
controllers by lifting them from the hinge slots in the control panel frame.
6. Remove the tilt housing and back panels from the fryer. The tilt housing must be removed first in
order to remove the upper back panel.
7. To remove the tilt housing remove the hex head screws from the rear edge of the housing. The
housing can be lifted straight up and off the fryer.
8. Remove the control panel by removing the screw in the center and the nuts on both sides.
9. Loosen the component boxes by removing the screws, which secure them in the cabinet.
10. Dismount the top cap by removing the nuts at each end that secure it to the cabinetry.
11. Remove the hex head screw that secures the front of the frypot to the cabinet cross brace.
7-7
12. Remove the top-connecting strip that covers the joint with the adjacent frypot.
13. Unscrew the Teflon vent/vacuum-breaker tube fitting, unscrew the nut located on the front of
each section of drain tube, and remove the tube assembly from the fryer.
14. Remove the covers from the drain safety switch(es) and disconnect the switch wiring at the
switch(es).
15. At the rear of the fryer, unplug the 12-pin connector C-6 and, using a pin pusher, disconnect the
high-limit thermostat leads.
16. Disconnect the oil return flexline(s) at the frypot end(s).
17. Raise the elements to the “up” position and disconnect the element springs.
18. Remove the machine screws and nuts that secure the element tube assembly to the frypot.
Carefully lift the element assembly from the frypot and secure it to the cross brace on the rear of
the fryer with wire ties or tape.
19. Carefully lift the frypot from the fryer and place it upside down on a stable work surface.
20. Recover the drain valve(s), oil return flexline connection fitting(s), and high-limit thermostat(s)
from the frypot. Clean the threads and apply Loctite™ PST 567 or equivalent sealant to the
threads of the recovered parts and install them in the replacement frypot.
21. Carefully lower the replacement frypot into the fryer. Reinstall the hex head screw removed in
step 7 to attach the frypot to the fryer.
22. Position the element tube assembly in the frypot and reinstall the machine screws and nuts
removed in step 18.
23. Reconnect the oil return flexlines to the frypot, and replace aluminum tape, if necessary, to
secure heater strips to the flexlines.
24. Insert the high-limit thermostat leads disconnected in step 15 (see illustration on page 7-3 for pin
positions).
25. Reconnect the drain safety switch wiring to the switch(es) in accordance with the diagram below
then reinstall the switch covers.
26. Reinstall the drain tube assembly.
7-8
27. Reinstall the top connecting strips, top cap, tilt housing and back panels.
28. Reinstall controllers in the control panel frame and reconnect the wiring harnesses and ground
wires.
29. Reposition the fryer under the exhaust hood and reconnect it to the electrical power supply.
7.9
Built-in Filtration System Service Procedures
7.9.1 Filtration System Problem Resolution
One of the most common causes of filtration problems is placing the filter paper on the bottom of the
filter pan rather than over the filter screen.
CAUTION
Ensure that filter screen is in place prior to filter paper placement and filter pump
operation. Improper screen placement is the primary cause of filtration system
malfunction.
Whenever the complaint is “the pump is running, but no oil is being filtered,” check the installation
of the filter paper, and ensure that the correct size is being used. While you are checking the filter
paper, verify that the O-ring on the bottom of the filter pan is present and in good condition. A
missing or worn O-ring allows the pump to take in air and decreases its efficiency. Also, oil leaks
on the floor each time a vat is drained.
If the pump motor overheats, the thermal overload will trip and the motor will not start until it is
reset. If the pump motor does not start, press the red reset switch (button) located on the rear of the
motor.
If the pump starts after resetting the thermal
overload switch, then something is causing
the motor to overheat. A major cause of
overheating is when several frypots are
filtered sequentially, overheating the pump
and motor. Allow the pump motor to cool at
least 30 minutes before resuming operation.
Pump overheating can be caused by:
• Solidified shortening in the pan or
filter lines, or
•
Attempting to filter unheated oil or
shortening (cold oil and shortening
are more viscous, overloading the
pump motor and causing it to
overheat).
Sediment Particle
Oil Flow
Sediment Particle
If the motor runs but the pump does not,
there is a blockage in the pump. Incorrectly
sized or installed paper/pads will allow food
Up for reverse
Down for forward
7-9
particles and sediment to pass through the filter pan and into the pump. When sediment enters the
pump, the gears bind, causing the motor to overload, again tripping the thermal overload.
Shortening that has solidified in the pump will also cause it to seize, with the same result.
A pump seized by debris or hard shortening can usually be freed by manually moving the gears with
a screwdriver or other instrument.
Disconnect power to the filter system, remove the input plumbing from the pump, and use a
screwdriver to manually turn the gears.
● Turning the pump gears in reverse will release a hard particle.
● Turning the pump gears forward will push softer objects and solid shortening through the
pump and allow free movement of the gears.
Incorrectly sized or installed paper/pads will also allow food particles and sediment to pass through
and clog the suction tube on the bottom of the filter pan. Particles large enough to block the suction
tube may indicate that the crumb tray is not being used. Pan blockage can also occur if shortening is
left in the pan and allowed to solidify. Blockage removal can be accomplished by forcing the item
out with an auger or drain snake. Compressed air or other pressurized gases should not be used to
force out the blockage.
7.9.2 Replacing the Filter Motor, Filter Pump, and Related Components
1. Remove the filter pan and lid from the unit. Drain the frypots into a Shortening Disposal Unit
(SDU) or other appropriate metal container.
DANGER
DO NOT drain more than one full frypot or two split frypots into the SDU at one time.
2. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical power supply and reposition it to gain access to both the
front and rear.
3. Disconnect the two flexlines running to the oil-return manifold at the rear of the fryer as well as
the pump suction flexline at the end of the filter pan connection (see photo below).
Disconnect flexlines indicated by the arrows.
7-10
4. Loosen the nut and bolt that secures the bridge to the oil-return manifold.
5. Remove the cover plate from the front of the motor and disconnect the motor wires.
6. Unplug the pump motor assembly 6-pin connector C-2 and, using a pin pusher, disconnect the
vent vacuum-breaker solenoid (pins 2 and 5) that is attached to the oil return manifold.
7. Remove the two nuts and bolts that secure the front of the bridge to the cross brace and carefully
slide the bridge rearward off the cross brace until its front end can be lowered to the floor. Undo
the single nut holding it in place in back. Be careful not to let the rear of the bridge slip off the
manifold at this point.
8. Get a good grip on the bridge, carefully pull it forward off the oil-return manifold, and lower the
entire assembly to the floor. Once on the floor, pull the assembly out the front of the fryer.
9. When required service has been completed, reverse steps 6-12 to reinstall the bridge. NOTE:
The black motor wires go on the top terminal, the white on the bottom. The pump solenoid valve
wires go in positions 1 and 4 of the 6-pin connector C-2; the vent vacuum-breaker solenoid valve
wires go in positions 2 and 5; the red/black heater tape wires go into position 3 and the
violet/white wires go into position 6 (see illustration below).
10. Reconnect the unit to the electrical power supply, and verify that the pump is functioning
correctly (i.e., when a filter handle is placed in the ON position, the motor should start and there
should be strong suction at the intake fitting and outflow at the rear flush port.)
11. When proper operation has been verified, reinstall the back panels and the filter pan and lid.
12. Reposition the fryer under the exhaust hood and reconnect it to the electrical power supply to
return the fryer to service.
7-11
7.9.3 Replacing the Filter Transformer or Filter Relay
Remove the left controller from the fryer to expose the interior of the left component box. The filter
transformer and relay are located as shown in the illustration below. NOTE: The right component
box is identical to the left except that the filter transformer and relay are not present.
Filter Relay
Filter Transformer
7-12
7.10
Interface Board Diagnostic Chart
The following diagram and charts provide ten quick system checks that can be performed using only
a multimeter.
Diagostic LEDs
AL HI HTCMP24V HT HI AL
J3
Diagnostic LED Legend
1
3
2
6
5 4
9
8
CMP indicates power from 12V transformer
24
indicates power from 24V transformer
HI
(RH) indicates output (closed) from right
latch relay
HI
(LH) indicates output (closed) from left
latch relay
HT
(RH) indicates output from right heat
relay
HT
(LH) indicates output from left heat relay
AL
(RH) indicates output (open) from right
latch relay
AL
(LH) indicates output (open) from left
latch relay
7
12 11 10
15 14 13
J1
K1
K2
K3
K4
Left
Latch
Relay
Left
Heat
Relay
Right
Heat
Relay
Right
Latch
Relay
12 9
6
3
12 9
6
3
11 8
10 7
5
4
2
1
11 8
10 7
5
4
2
1
J2
PN 106-6811
Test Points
J1 Left J2 Right
NOTE – When testing the test points on J1
and J2 test use the illustration above disregarding any silkscreened numbers on
the board depicting the location of Pin 1.
Pin 1 is located in the bottom right corner of
Both J1 and J2. These test points are ONLY
for RE Series boards with J1 and J2 plugs on
the front of the board.
Meter Setting
12 VAC Power
24 VAC Power
*Probe Resistance (RH)
*Probe Resistance (LH)
High-Limit Continuity (RH)
High-Limit Continuity (LH)
Latch Contactor Coil (RH)
Latch Contactor Coil (LH)
Heat Contactor Coil (RH)
Heat Contactor Coil (LH)
Test
50 VAC Scale
50 VAC Scale
R X 1000 OHMS
R X 1000 OHMS
R X 1 OHMS
R X 1 OHMS
R X 1 OHMS
R X 1 OHMS
R X 1 OHMS
R X 1 OHMS
Pin
3 of J2
2 of J2
11 of J2
1 of J1
9 of J2
6 of J1
8 of J2
5 of J1
7 of J2
4 of J1
Pin
1 of J2
Chassis
10 of J2
2 of J1
6 of J2
9 of J1
Chassis
Chassis
Chassis
Chassis
Results
12-16 VAC
24-30 VAC
See Chart
See Chart
0 - OHMS
0 - OHMS
3-10 OHMS
3-10 OHMS
18-25 OHMS
18-25 OHMS
* Disconnect 15-Pin harness from the computer/controller before testing the probe circuit.
7-13
7.11
Probe Resistance Chart
Probe Resistance Chart
For use with fryers manufactured with Minco Thermistor probes only.
F
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
OHMS
1059
1070
1080
1091
1101
1112
1122
1133
1143
1154
1164
1174
1185
1195
C
16
18
21
24
27
29
32
35
38
41
43
46
49
52
F
130
135
140
145
150
155
160
165
170
175
180
185
190
195
OHMS
1204
1216
1226
1237
1247
1258
1268
1278
1289
1299
1309
1320
1330
1340
C
54
57
60
63
66
68
71
74
77
79
82
85
88
91
F
200
205
210
215
220
225
230
235
240
245
250
255
260
265
OHMS
1350
1361
1371
1381
1391
1402
1412
1422
1432
1442
1453
1463
1473
1483
7-14
C
93
96
99
102
104
107
110
113
116
118
121
124
127
129
F
270
275
280
285
290
295
300
305
310
315
320
325
330
335
OHMS
1493
1503
1514
1524
1534
1544
1554
1564
1574
1584
1594
1604
1614
1624
C
132
135
138
141
143
146
149
152
154
157
160
163
166
168
F
340
345
350
355
360
365
370
375
380
385
390
395
400
405
OHMS
1634
1644
1654
1664
1674
1684
1694
1704
1714
1724
1734
1744
1754
1764
C
171
174
177
179
182
185
188
191
193
196
199
202
204
207
7.12
Wiring Diagram, System
H14SC/H17SC/H22SC kW Single Fryers and FPH17SC kW Filter System Fryers
440-480V, 60 Hz, 3-Ø, 3-Wire Configurations
Refer to page 2-2 for power requirements.
7-15
7.13
Wiring Diagram, Contactor Box
H14SC/H17SC/H22SC kW Single Fryers and FPH17SC kW Filter System Fryers
440-480V, 60 Hz, 3-Ø, 3-Wire Configurations
Refer to page 2-2 for power requirements.
7-16
7.13
Wiring Diagram, Contactor Box cont.
H14SC/H17SC/H22SC kW Single Fryers and FPH17SC kW Filter System Fryers
440-480V, 60 Hz, 3-Ø, 3-Wire Configurations
Refer to page 2-2 for power requirements.
7-17
7.14
Wiring Diagram, Wiring Harness
7-18
7.15
Components Description of Operation
A. Drain solenoid -
When the return valve is opened, a microswitch activates
and supplies 24V to the pump relay and solenoids.
B.
Vacuum release
solenoid -
When the return valve is closed, it de-energizes the 24V to
the pump relay and solenoids releasing the vacuum.
C.
Full-vat oil return
switch -
When the return valve is open, the 24V circuit is closed and
it activates the pump relay and drain solenoid.
D.
Dual-vat oil
return switch -
When the return valve is open, the 24V circuit is closed and
it activates the pump relay and drain solenoid.
E.
Optional waste
oil pump switch -
The drain valves and oil return valves are closed. When the
oil waste discharge valve is opened, the 24V circuit is
closed, it activates the pump relay and drain solenoid.
Safety interlock
switch -
The interlock switch is in series with the high-limit. It is
actuated when the drain valve opens, which opens the latch
circuit which drops out the 12V circuit on the interface
board. This removes power from the latching contactor
which opens and de-energizes the heating elements.
F.
7-19
NAVY SURFACE SHIP ELECTRIC FRYERS
CHAPTER 8: PARTS LIST
8.1
Accessories
1
3
2
4
5
6
7
9
8
ITEM
PART #
1
809-0171
2
810-2793
3
809-0921
4
803-0197
5
803-0209
6
823-6009
7
806-4041
8
803-0132
9
803-0271
*
812-1226SP
*
823-2109
*
803-0002
*
803-0170
* Not illustrated.
3
COMPONENT
Thumbscrew, ¼ -20 X 1 /8-inch
Hanger, Wireform Basket
Spacer, Basket Hanger
Cleanout Rod, 27-inch
Brush, Frypot
Connecting Strip, Frypot
Cover, Full-Vat Frypot
Rack, Full-Vat Basket Support
Basket, Twin
Drain Nipple 1¼-inch Painted
Drain Pan, Military
Powder, Filter (80-8oz. Applications)
Paper, Filter (100-Sheet Pack)
8-1
8.2
Cabinetry
8.2.1 Backs, Control Panels, Doors, Handles, Sides, Tilt Housings & Top Caps
1
2
3
4
5
13
14
9
12
8
7
6
8-2
10
11
8.2.1 Backs, Control Panels, Doors, Handles, Sides, Tilt Housings & Top Caps
(cont.)
ITEM
PART #
COMPONENT
1
2
3
4
5
*
6
*
*
*
*
*
*
7
8
9
*
10
11
*
*
*
*
230-0675
230-0676
230-0677
230-0546
230-0672
230-0673
230-0674
230-0500
106-5016
106-5221
106-5018
106-7533
823-5567
823-5484
824-5493
823-6054
106-5195
106-5196
106-5197
106-7531
200-9614
200-9610
200-9611
106-4979
824-1516
210-9215
809-0500
826-1343
210-9188
106-4769
809-0266
210-9214
106-0554
826-1343
231-1558
231-0326
232-1558
232-0326
810-1105
809-0123
826-1376
809-0970
823-0839
823-2908
823-4585
823-6049
12
823-5440
13
230-2191
14
230-2097
230-2193
*Not illustrated.
Back Panel, Upper - Single
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Back Panel, Center - Single
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Frame, Control Panel - Single
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Tilt Housing - Single
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Top Cap - Single
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Heat Shield - Single
Two/Four Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Door Assembly - Single (includes items below plus 210-9214)
Door, Universal Single
Liner, Door Universal Single
Screw, #10 – ½ Hex TR HD SS
Spring, Door Pin Hinge (Pkg. of 10)
Hinge, Door Single
Door, Left or Right (Left shown – move handle to opposite side for Right)
Two and Three Station Fryers
Screw, #10 X ½-inch Phillips Truss Head
Handle, Door
Pin Assembly, Door
Spring, Door Pin Hinge (Pkg. of 10)
Side, Cabinet Left, Single
Two or Three Station
Side, Cabinet Right, Single
Two or Three Station
Magnet, Door
Screw, #10 –3/4 Truss Slotted Head
Nut KEPS 10-32 HX ZP (Pkg. of 10)
Retaining Ring – Door Hinge Pin
Handle (Grab Rail) – (For handle end use 910-0915)
Single Station Fryer
Two Station Fryer
Three Station Fryer
Four Station Fryer
Cove, Element Tilt Housing
Bezel, One-Controller
Bezel, Two/Four-Controller
Bezel, Three-Controller
8-3
8.2.2 Cabinets, Bases, Braces, and Associated Parts
See Page 8-26 for rear
bridge support/ oil return
manifold
See Page 8-22
through 8-24 for filter
rails and associated
hardware.
8-4
8.2.2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cabinet Bases, Braces, and Associated Parts (cont.)
PART #
COMPONENT
106-3828
Upright Assembly, Left
106-3829
Upright Assembly, Right
200-1651
Support, Cross Cabinet
200-1659
Divider, Cabinet
200-2293
Brace, Lower Front
Brace, Front Horizontal
200-7036
Single-Station Fryer
200-7037
Two-Station Fryer
200-7038
Three-Station Fryer
200-7039
Four-Station Fryer
7
Brace, Rear Horizontal
200-5356
Single-Station Fryer
200-2284
Two-Station Fryer
200-2295
Three-Station Fryer
200-2725
Four-Station Fryer
8
222-0610
Bracket, Right Hand Mounting
9
221-0610
Bracket, Left Hand Mounting
10
200-4424
Post, Door
11
810-2346
Magnet, Door
12
210-6862
Hinge, Door
13
824-1488
Bracket, Rear Support
14
826-1389
Bolt, ¼-20 X ¾-inch Hex Head (Pkg. of 10)
15
826-1330
Screw, 10-32 X ⅜-inch Slotted (Pkg. of 25, used to attach contactor box)
16
826-1376
Nut, 10-32 Keps Hex (Pkg. of 10)
17
826-1374
Screw, #10 X ½-inch Hex Washer Head (Primary cabinet screw) Qty 25
18
809-0417
Nut, ¼-20 Hex Flange (used with item #22)
19
809-0429
Bolt, ¼-20 X 2-inch Hex Head
20
200-5417
Brace, Rear Channel Corner
21
Channel, Base Rear
823-5589
Single-Station Fryer (106-4901 Single Base Non-Filter Assembly)
823-4558
Two-Station Fryer (106-2744 - Double Base Assembly)
823-4560
Three-Station Fryer (106-2745 - Triple Base Assembly)
823-4561
Four-Station Fryer (106-2746 - Quad Base Assembly
22
824-1131
Channel, Base Side
23
200-4408
Support, Left Filter Pan
24
200-4409
Support, Right Filter Pan)
25
809-0079
Nutsert, ¼” - 20
26
809-0191
Washer, ¼” Lockspring
27
823-4386
Leg, Navy Shipboard (Mounts with Items 18 and 19)
28
231-0349
Side, LH Cabinet
29
232-0349
Side, RH Cabinet
30
809-0190
Washer, Flat 0.625”x 0.275”x 40 SS
31
220-1095
Support, Rear Contactor Box (use 220-1192 for Singles)
32
220-1093
Support, Front Contactor Box (use 220-1193 for Singles)
*
823-4584
Bar, Filter Pan Lock
* Not illustrated.
8-5
8.3
Drain System Components
8.3.1 Drain Tube Sections and Associated Parts
1
See next section for Drain
Valve Detail
7
8
6
7
6
1
2
5
3
2
3
4
4
8-6
8.3.1 Drain Tube Section and Associated Parts (cont.)
ITEM
PART#
COMPONENT
1
Drain Tube, Left/Right End Short
823-4625
Full-Vat 3”
823-4624
Dual-Vat 3”
2
Drain Tube, Left/Right Open Short
823-4643
Full-Vat 3”
823-4642
Dual-Vat 3”
3
Drain Tube, Right End Long
823-4639
Full-Vat 3”
823-4638
Dual-Vat 3”
4
Drain Tube, Left/Right Open Long
823-4641
Full-Vat 3”
823-4640
Dual-Vat 3”
5
823-4892
Drain Outlet Center Dump
6
816-0625
Sleeve 3”
7
809-0969
Clamp, 3” T-Bolt
8
810-2492
Fitting, Quick-Connect Straight (receives Teflon vent tube)
*
KIT6033
Kit, Round Drain Clamp (2 or Item 7 and 1 of Item 6)
*
811-1071
Tube, Teflon Vent ¼-inch OD (sold by the foot)
* Not illustrated.
8-7
8.3.2 Drain Valve Assembly and Assoc. Parts (Units with Built-In Filtration)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PART #
809-0540
900-2936
824-1602
816-0639
809-0237
901-2348
807-2103
816-0220
806-8137SP
106-5391
810-1018
810-1165
816-0135PK
COMPONENT
Nut, ½-13 2-Way Hex Lock
Retainer, Full-Vat Nut Drain Valve
Handle, Full-Vat Drain Valve
Cap, Red Handle
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex
Cover, Dual Vat Drain Safety Switch
Microswitch, CE Straight Lever
Insulation, Drain Safety Switch
Bracket Assembly, Full-Vat Drain Safety Switch
Bracket Assembly, Full-Vat Drain Safety Switch Single Footprint Only
Valve, 1.25-inch Full-Vat Drain Single Footprint Only
Washer, Teflon
O-Ring, Round Drain (Qty. 4)
8-8
8.3.2 Drain Valve Assembly and Assoc. Parts cont. (Units with Built-In Filtration)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PART #
809-0540
900-2936
824-1602
816-0639
809-0237
901-2348
807-2103
816-0220
810-1165
200-6496
806-8137
810-1018
816-0135PK
COMPONENT
Nut, ½-13 2-Way Hex Lock
Retainer, Full-Vat Drain Valve Nut
Handle, Full-Vat Drain Valve
Cap, Red Handle
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex
Cover, Dual Vat Drain Safety Switch
Microswitch, CE Straight Lever
Insulation, Drain Safety Switch
Washer, Teflon Drain Valve
Support, 3” Drain
Bracket Assembly, Full-Vat Drain Safety Switch
Valve, 1.25-inch Full-Vat Drain
Round Drain O-Ring (Qty. 4)
8-9
8.3.2 Drain Valve Assembly and Assoc. Parts cont. (Units with Built-In Filtration)
8-10
8.3.2 Drain Valve Assembly and Assoc. Parts cont. (Units with Built-In Filtration)
ITEM
1
2
3
4a
4b
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PART #
816-0639
809-0539
900-2934
824-1636
824-1637
809-0237
901-2348
807-2103
816-0220
810-1165
809-0196
106-2671
106-6304
12
810-1114
13
816-0135PK
*
823-5592
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Cap, Drain Handle
Nut, ⅜-16 2-Way Hex Lock
Retainer, Dual-Vat Drain Valve Nut
Handle, Dual-Vat Right Drain Valve
Handle, Dual-Vat Left Drain Valve
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex
Cover, Dual Vat Drain Safety Switch
Microswitch, CE Straight Lever
Insulation, Drain Safety Switch
Washer, Teflon Drain Valve
Washer, ⅜-inch Flat
Bracket Assembly, Dual-Vat Drain Safety Switch
Bracket Assembly, Dual-Vat Drain Safety Switch Single Footprint Only
Valve, 1-inch Dual-Vat Drain
Round Drain O-Ring (Qty 4)
Tube, Drain Single-Station Only with Filter
8.3.3 Drain Valves and Associated Parts (Units without Built-In Filtration)
1
4
2
3
5
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
PART #
810-1569
806-7915SP
806-7916SP
812-1226
812-1227
COMPONENT
Valve, 1.25-inch Non-Filter Full-Vat Drain
Valve, 1-inch Non-Filter Dual-Vat Left Drain
Valve, 1-inch Non-Filter Dual-Vat Right Drain
Drain Extension, 1.25-inch
Drain Extension, 1-inch
8-11
8.4
8.4.1
Electronics and Wiring Components
Component Boxes
NOTE 1: The transformer on the left side of the
component box (Item 11) and the relay (Item 5) are
present only in the left component box.
NOTE 2: See Page 8-19 for Component Box 15-pin
Wiring Harness.
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
*
12
13
PART #
106-5846
210-9002
230-1057
806-9495SP
807-0012
826-1337
810-0045
807-1947
810-2446
807-0855
807-0800
807-3892
809-0349
106-6811
807-3932
*
807-4330
*
806-7179SP
14
106-5848
15
807-0069
16
210-9118
17
810-2445
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Box Assembly, Component
Bracket, Component Box Strain Relief
Bracket, Circuit Breaker
Terminal Block and Wire Assembly
Relay, Filter 18 Amp ⅓ HP 24V Coil
Terminal, ¼-inch Push-on (Pkg. of 5)
Bushing, .875 Dia. Hole 11/16”
Plug, .875
Plug, .50 Heyco Double “D”
Transformer, 100-120V/12V 20VA
Transformer, 100-120V/24V 50VA
Transformer, 440/480 12/24V (Used in non-filter fryers)
Spacer, 4mm X 6mm Aluminum
Interface Board (on SMT boards the Relays are not replaceable)
Relay, Heat/Latch 12VDC SPDT 12 Amp Sealed (on SMT boards
the Relays are not replaceable)
Sound Device Adaptor Harness
Sound Device (use 810-3141 for SMT Sound Device)
Handle Assembly, Oil Flush FV
Circuit Breaker, 10 Amp
Guard, Finger
Plug, Button .625 Heyco Double “D”
Continued on the following page.
8-12
8.4.1 Component Boxes cont.
ITEM
PART#
COMPONENT
18
210-8995
Brace, Component Box
19
807-1083
Bushing, Heyco
20
807-3868
Strain Relief
21
807-0121
Bushing, Heyco SB-625-500
22
816-0217
Paper, Insulating Terminal Block CE
23
106-5750
Harness, Full Vat Assembly
24
220-0083
Plate, Strain Relief
25
807-4036
Switch
807-3575
Plug, Carling Switch Hole (used in place of a switch on some models)
26
230-0834
Guard, RE Box Switch
* Not illustrated.
8-13
8.4.2
Contactor Boxes
NOTE 1: Left and right contactor box assemblies are mirror images of one another. With the
exception of the box itself, all components of a left-hand assembly, are the same as those in the
corresponding right-hand assembly and vice versa.
NOTE 2: See Page 8-18 and 8-19 for Contactor Box Wiring Assembly
8-14
8.4.2 Contactor Boxes cont.
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
PART #
106-6278
106-6279
106-6292
106-6268
106-6124
106-6125
106-6288
106-6255
807-0031
807-0064
6
807-2284
7
810-1202
8
807-2283
9
807-2434
10
807-1683
11
807-0012
12
807-0922
13
807-2278
14
231-1135
15
232-1135
16
230-1377
17
220-1089
18
220-1088
19
220-1087
20
807-0070
21
807-3970
*
231-0811
*
WIR0751
*
WIR0726
*
WIR0712
*
232-0811
*Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Assembly, Contactor Box Left
Assembly, Contactor Box Right
Assembly, Contactor Box Single
Assembly, Contactor Box Large (Not over the filter-pan box)
Box, Left Contactor
Box, Right Contactor
Box, Single Footprint Contactor
Box, Large Contactor (Not over the filter-pan box)
Transformer, 250VA
Transformer, 480V/120V 150 VA (used in fryers with filtrations systems
only)
Contactor, 24V 50 Amp Mechanical (used in 14 & 17kW units only)
Contactor, 24V 40 Amp Mechanical
Contactor, 24V 63 Amp Mechanical (used in 22kW units only)
Relay, Shunt 24V Coil Amp
Relay, Power 12 VDC
Relay, Tilt 18 Amp HP 24 V Coil
Holder, Bus Fuse
Fuse, 20 Amp
Cover, Left Hand
Cover, Right Hand
Cover, Single Foot Print
Cover, Large Top
Cover, Contactor Box Front
Bracket, Box Connecting
Terminal, Ground Lug
Block, Terminal 3 pole 600V 175A (used in 22kW only)
Bracket, Left Hand Contactor Box Mounting
Wire Assembly, Filter Shunt Relay
Wire Assembly, Hood Relay
Wire Assembly, Latch/Heat Jumpers
Bracket, Right Hand Contactor Box Mounting
8-15
8.4.3 Heating Element Assembly and Associated Parts
8
10 12
19
18
17
14
13
15
17
16
9
3
12
11
5
4
7
27
4
20 21
2
1
1
6
26
28
29
30
23
21 22
24
25
NOTES:
The only difference between element assemblies for different voltage and kW ratings is the element itself
(Item 1).
Items 28, 29 and 30 are shown as associated parts. They are not part of either assembly.
This manual references only the new “RE” element. For previous model
fryers and related parts prior to May 2006 see manual 819-5184.
8-16
8.4.3 Heating Element Assembly and Associated Parts (cont.)
ITEM
1
PART #
826-2195
826-2202
826-2211
826-2196
826-2203
826-2209
2
826-2212
3
816-0681
4
816-0480
5
816-0688
6
810-2971
7
809-0567
8
106-5590
9
106-5588
10
106-5589
11
230-0554
12
230-0553
13
106-6569
14
106-6570
15
826-1330
16
809-0766
17
809-1000
18
106-6037
19
810-2993
20
230-0850
21
809-0518
22
210-9180
23
230-0781
24
230-0849
25
823-5657
26
826-1364
27
809-1003
28
810-3030
810-3031
29
220-0464
220-1190
30
220-0733
*
106-6587
*
810-3007
*
230-0794
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Element Kits – includes gaskets, grommets, tie wraps, screws and nuts.
440V 17.0 kW
440V 18.5 kW
440V 11.0 kW
480V 17.0 kW
480V 18.5 kW
480V 11.0 kW
Probe, Temperature Kit (includes tie wraps and grommet)
Grommet, Probe
Plug, .375-inch Dome
Gasket, Element
Handle, Element Lift SS
Tie-Wrap, Metal
Tube Assembly Element, Full-Vat
Bracket Assembly, LH Element Tube Support
Bracket Assembly, RH Element Tube Support
Plate, Element Tube Support Inner
Plate, Element Tube Support Outer
Bracket Assembly, LH Upper Spring
Bracket Assembly, RH Upper Spring
Screw, 10-32 X ⅜-inch Slotted Truss Head SS (Pkg. of 25)
Nut, 10-32 Hex HD SS
Screw, 10-32 x 1¼-inch Hex
Tube, FV Element Mounting
Bushing, Tube End Teflon
Bracket, Temperature Probe
Screw, 8-32 X ⅜-inch Slotted Hex Head SS
Clamp, Element (Short)
Clamp, Element (Long)
Bracket RE, Full-Vat Element Rear
Bracket RE, Full-Vat Element Front
Pin, .125 X .5-inch Split (Pkg. of 25)
Screw, 10-32 X ⅜-inch Hex Head SS (uses 809-0766 nut 10-32 SS)
Spring, Element Lift Left
Spring, Element Lift Right
Bracket, Lower Spring
Bracket, Lower Spring Single Foot Print
Bracket, Lower Spring Mating
Magnetic Position Sensor
Magnet
Bracket, Magnetic Position Sensor Wire
8-17
8.4.4 Controller
Controller P/N 806-3798
Knob P/N 810-0387
Power Switch P/N 807-0812
High-Limit Switch P/N 807-0811
8.4.5
Wiring
8.4.5.1 Contactor Box Wiring Assembly – 12-Pin Full-Vat C-1
8.4.5.2 Contactor Box Wiring Assemblies – 6-Pin (Left Element)
8-18
8.4.5.3 Contactor Box Wiring Assemblies – 9-Pin (Right Element)
8.4.5.4 Main Wiring Harness
8.4.5.5 Component Box and Filter Pump Wiring Harnesses
ITEM
1
PART #
106-5750
2
106-5935
COMPONENT
Full Vat Control Harness J4 to J2 (WIR0765 – Navy Jumper Wire Kit is
needed with this harness)
Filter Pump C2 to Component Box Wiring Harness
8-19
8.4.5.6 Interface Board to Controller Wiring Harness – 15-Pin
PN 806-2071SP
Standard Controller to
Interface Board
8-20
8.5
Filtration System Components
8.5.1
FPH17 Filtration Components
8-21
8.5.1
FPH17 Filtration Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
106-5983
1
106-6243
2
824-1707
3
823-5774
4
220-1316
5
823-5594
6
810-2198
*
826-1979
*
826-1372
*
810-2012
7
826-1392
8
106-5981
9
106-5982
10
823-5591
11
826-1270
12
826-1264
810-2716
816-0093
*
807-11973
13
810-1668
14
810-1680
15
813-0165
16
813-0298
17
810-1669
*
106-2852SP
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Assembly, Filter Pan Single includes pan and lid
Lid, Single
Crumb Tray
Hold Down Ring - Paper
Sana Grid Filter Screen
Pan, Filter
Roller, Filter Pan Rail (used with Item 8 and 9)
Filter Pan Roller Kit (four each of Items 6 and 826-1372)
Nut, ¼-20 Hex (Pkg. of 10)
Rail Set, Filter Pan Roller (includes one left and one right)
O-Ring (Pkg. of 5; used with Item 5)
Support, Assy. Left Filter Pan
Support, Assy. Right Filter Pan
Fitting, Female Suction Tube
Motor and Gasket Kit, 220-240V 50/60Hz
Pump and Gasket Kit
Pump, Viking 4GPM 2-piece
Gasket, Pump/Motor
Viking Pump Seal Kit
Adapter, ⅝-inch to ½-inch NPT Male
Flexline, 6.5-inch Oil Return
Elbow, ST ½-inch x ½-inch NPT 90° BM
Nipple, ½-inch 2.0-inch
Adapter, ⅝-inch to ½-inch NPT Female
Heater Strip Assembly, 208-250V 25W 18”
8-22
8.5.2 Multiple Battery Filtration System Components
1
19
18
35
24
29
34
2
33
17
25
20
27
18
26
24
22
16
30
3
23
21
28
32
8
10
9
11
12
11
12
8
14
4
31
7
6
15
5
13
8-23
25
8.5.2 Multiple Battery Filtration System Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
826-1979
826-1980
826-1981
826-1392
813-0568
811-1071
806-5933SP
823-4787
810-2743
810-2910
200-2124
106-2617SP
810-2012
810-2198
826-1372
823-4675
200-3556
809-0503
809-0247
823-3879
200-4408
200-4409
826-1712
826-1264
816-0093
807-11973
807-2484
813-0165
813-0342
813-0530
813-0022
813-0838
813-0304
810-1668
810-1669
810-1159
810-1057
810-1055
807-3828
826-1375
200-7112
813-0003
813-0298
813-0537
810-1043
*
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
*
COMPONENT
Filter Pan Roller Kit (four each of Items 7 and 8)
Service Filter Pan (Item 5 minus Item 2)
Service Filter Pan Assembly (Service Filter Pan above plus Items 3 & 4)
O-Ring (Pkg. of 5; used with Item 5)
Plug, ⅛-inch Socket Head Pipe (component of Item 5; two required)
Tubing, ¼-inch OD Teflon Vent (sold by the foot)
Heater Strip Assembly, 120V 18” 25W
Lid
Crumb Tray (component of Item 5)
Hold Down Ring
SanaGrid Filter Screen
Pan, One-Piece Filter (includes Item 2)
Rail Set, Filter Pan Roller (includes one left and one right)
Roller, Filter Pan and Rail
Nut, ¼-20 Hex (Pkg. of 10)
Bracket, Lid Support
Guide, Filter Pan Lid
Screw, 8-32 X ½-inch Slotted Truss Head
Nut, 8-32 Hex Keps
Suction Tube
Rail, Left Filter
Rail, Right Filter
Kit, Motor and Gasket 115V 60Hz
Pump and Gasket Kit 4 GPM 2-piece
Gasket, Pump/Motor
Pump Seal Kit
Valve, ¼-inch Solenoid
Elbow, ½-inch 90° Street
Elbow, ½-inch 45° Street
Tee, ½-inch X ¼-inch X ½-inch Reducing
Nipple, ½-inch Close
Nipple, ¼-inch Close
Bushing, ½-inch to ¼-inch Flush
Adapter, ⅝-inch to ½-inch NPT Male
Adapter, ⅝-inch to ½-inch NPT Female
Flexline, 5.0-inch Oil Return
Flexline, 13.0-inch Oil Return
Flexline, 11.5-inch Oil Return
Cable, FootPrint Pro Pump Motor
Screw, 10-32 X ¾-inch Hex Trim Head (Pkg. of 5)
Bridge, Filter Motor
Tee, ½-Inch
Nipple, ½-inch 2.0-inch
Nipple, ¼-inch 2.0-inch
Flexline, 9.5-inch Oil Return
* Not illustrated.
8-24
8.6
Frypot Assembly and Thermostat
Thermostat P/N 806-7543
Frypot P/N 823-5359SP
8-25
8.7
Oil Return System Components
8-26
8.7
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13a
13b
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Oil Return System Components (cont.)
PART #
106-5848
813-0907
807-2103
106-5847
210-8998
816-0220
826-1366
810-3034
816-0643
809-0601
810-2532
810-1668
813-0165
813-0908
810-2944
200-5438
900-2935
813-0460
810-3015
810-3016
810-3017
COMPONENT
Handle Assembly
Cap, 15/16-inch Valve Safety
Microswitch, Straight Lever
Bracket Assembly, Microswitch
Bracket, Handle Retainer
Insulation, Oil Return Microswitch
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex (Pkg. of 25)
Rod, Filter Handle
Grip, Oil Return Valve Handle
Clip, Clevis
Flexline, 7.0-inch
Adapter, ⅝-inch to ½-inch NPT Male
Elbow, ½-inch X 90° Street
Adapter, ½-inch NPT M/T 90º (used only on side next to cabinet)
Valve, ½-inch Ball
Handle, Rear Flush Valve
Retainer, Oil Return Valve Nut
Nipple, ½-inch X 3.0-inch NPT
Manifold, Two-Station Fryer (use 810-2543 for non-filter units)
Manifold, Three-Station Fryer (use 810-2544 for non-filter units)
Manifold, Four-Station Fryer (use 810-2545 for non-filter units)
8-27
8.8
Wiring Connectors, Pin Terminals and Power Cords
1
6
11
ITEM
PART #
*
*
807-3834
807-3825
1
807-1068
2
807-0158
3
807-0156
5
807-0159
5
807-0875
6
807-1067
7
807-0157
8
807-0155
9
807-0160
10
807-0804
11
826-1341
12
826-1342
13
807-2518
* Not illustrated.
2
3
7
8
12
5
4
9
10
13
COMPONENT
Power Cords
Cable, 3-Phase 4-Wire (Fryer Power Cable)
Cord, Filter System Power
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)
8-28
8.9
Fasteners
ITEM
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
PART #
809-0429
809-0514
809-0448
826-1366
826-1358
809-0247
826-1376
809-0766
809-0581
809-0020
826-1372
809-0417
809-0535
809-0540
826-1359
826-1365
809-0357
809-0359
809-0360
826-1371
809-0364
809-0518
809-0104
826-1363
826-1360
826-1330
809-1003
826-1375
809-1000
826-1374
809-0266
809-0434
809-0123
826-1389
809-0582
809-0184
809-0190
809-0191
809-0193
809-0194
COMPONENT
Bolt, ¼-inch – 20 x 2.00-inch Hex Head ZP Tap
Capscrew, 5/16-inch-18 NC Hex
Clip, Tinnerman
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex (Pkg. of 25) (809-0237)
Nut, 6-32 Keps Hex (Pkg. of 25) (809-0049)
Nut, 8-32 Keps Hex
Nut, 10-32 Keps Hex (Pkg. of 10) (809-0256)
Nut, 10-32 Keps Hex SS
Nut, ½ NPT Locking
Nut Cap 10-24 NP
Nut Grip ¼-inch 1/4-20 Hex NP (Pkg. of 10) (809-0059)
Nut Flange ¼-inch 1/4-20 Serr
Nut, "T" ¼-inch-20 x 7/16 SS
Nut, Lock ½-inch-13 Hex 2-Way ZP
Screw, 4-40 x ¾-inch Slotted Round Head (Pkg. of 25) (809-0354)
Screw, 6-32 x ⅜-inch Slot Head (Pkg. of 25) (809-0095)
Screw, 6 x ⅜-inch Phillips Head NP
Screw, 8 x ¼-inch Hex Washer Head
Screw, 8 x ⅜-inch Hex Washer Slot Head
Screw, 8 x ½-inch Hex Head ZP (Pkg. of 25) (809-0361)
Screw, 8 x ⅝-inch Hex Washer Head ZP
Screw, 8-32 x ⅜-inch Hex Washer Slotted Head SS
Screw, 8-32 x ½-inch Slotted Head ZP
Screw, 8-32 x ½-inch NP (Pkg. of 25) (809-0103)
Screw, 10-24 x 5/16-inch Round Slot Head ZP (Pkg. of 25) (809-0024)
Screw, 10-32 x ⅜-inch Slot Head SS (809-0117)
Screw, 10-32 x ⅜-inch Hex Trim Head SS
Screw, 10-32 x ¾-inch Hex Trim Head SS (Pkg. of 5) (809-0401)
Screw, 10-32 x 1¼-inch Hex Sck C/S
Screw, 10 x ½-inch Hex Head (Pkg. of 25) (809-0412)
Screw, 10 x ½-inch Phillips Head ZP
Screw, 10 x ⅜-inch Hex Washer Head NP
Screw, 10 x ¾-inch Slot Head
Screw, 1/4-20 x ¾-inch Hex Head ZP (Pkg. of 10) (809-0131)
Washer ½ NPT Locking
Washer, #10 LK ZP
Washer, .625 X .275 X 40 Flat SS
Washer, Lock 1/4 Spring ZP
Washer, Flat 1/4 Nylon
Washer, Flat 5/16 ZP
8-29
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Frymaster, L.L.C., 8700 Line Avenue, Shreveport, LA 71106
TEL 1-318-865-1711
FAX (Parts) 1-318-688-2200
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SERVICE HOTLINE
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819-6203
NOVEMBER 2008
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