Owner`s manual | Frymaster 8BC Electric Pressure Cooker User Manual

Electric Cooker Models
8SMS, 8BC and 8C
Installation, Operation, Service, and Parts Manual
Frymaster, a member of the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association, recommends
using CFESA Certified Technicians.
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frymaster domestic warranty
WHAT IS COVERED
This warranty covers all defects in workmanship and material in all commercial cooking appliances and computer/controller equipment manufactured by
Frymaster and sold within the domestic United States, except as excluded below.
WHO IS COVERED
This warranty covers only the original purchaser of Frymaster commercial cooking appliances and computer/controller equipment. This warranty is not transferable. You must have your original sales receipt for warranty coverage.
WHAT WE WILL DO
We will repair or replace the defective appliance, component, or part. Such repair or replacement will be at the expense of Frymaster, LLC; except that travel
over 100 miles or two hours, overtime, and holiday charges will be at the expense of the purchaser.
FRYPOT WARRANTY
Stainless steel frypots on all fryers, except as noted below, are warranted against manufacturing defects and/or weld seam failure for the lifetime of the fryer;
parts and labor, except after one year, the warranty is limited to replacement parts. Stainless frypots for models listed below are warranted for the length of
time indicated.
1 Year
All Cold Rolled
5 Years GF14, GF40
7 Years H55 (Effective
May 1, 1998)
Gas Protector
10 Years
Pasta Systems
(Gas and Electric)
Rethermalizer
Water Bath Station
(Gas and Electric)
H55 and gas Protector® combustion chamber (infrared burners and structural components to mount the burners) warranted against defective material or
workmanship for 7 years, parts and labor.
FENWAL THERMOSTATS
Warranted for two years, parts and labor, except after one year, the warranty is limited to replacement parts.
OTHER PARTS
All other parts components are warranted for one year from the date of purchase (parts and labor).
SHORTENING DISPOSAL UNIT
Warranted for 90 days parts and labor. In addition, the pump is warranted for one year, parts only.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Parts, 90 days, no labor
Mild steel frypot, 90 days, no labor
Stainless Steel frypots, 1 year, 90 days labor
Computers, 1 year, no labor
HOW TO GET SERVICE
Contact our Authorized Service Agent to obtain warranty service. To find the name and location of the nearest ASA call your dealer, or call the Frymaster
Service Hotline, 800-551-8633. You can also go to the Frymaster website, www.frymaster.com, click on Service, click on Locator, key in zip code and it will give
you the ASA for that zip code. When calling for service, please furnish the model number, serial number, series code number, voltage of your appliance, and a
description of the problem. You must keep your sales receipt for proof of your date of purchase.
WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
THE WARRANTIES PROVIDED BY FRYMASTER, LLC DO NOT APPLY IN THE FOLLOWING INSTANCES:
+ Damage due to misuse, abuse, alteration, or accident.
+ Improper or unauthorized repair.
+ Failure to follow installation procedures, operation instructions and/or scheduled maintenance procedures as prescribed in your Frymaster
Service and Owner’s Manual.
+ Damage in shipment.
+ Removal, alteration, or obliteration of the rating plate.
+ Changes in adjustment and calibrations after thirty (30) days from equipment installation date.
+ Failure to program computer appliances in accordance with programming procedures prescribed in your Frymaster Service and Owner’s Manual.
+ Equipment exported to foreign countries.
+ Normal maintenance items such as electric bulbs, fuses, gaskets, o-rings, interior and exterior finishes.
+ Travel over 100 miles or two hours, overtime or holiday charges; all of which must be paid for by the purchaser.
+ Consequential damages (the cost of repairing other property which is damaged), loss of time, profits, use or any other non-fryer related incidental damages of any kind.
GENERAL EXCLUSIONS
No warranty is provided for any Frymaster fryer used in a mobile installation or concession. Warranty protection is only offered for fryers installed in
accordance with the procedures described in the Frymaster Service and Owner’s Manual.
There are no implied warranties of merchantability of fitness for any particular use or purpose. This warranty is the only and complete statement with respect
to warranties of your commercial cooking appliances and computer/controller equipment manufactured by Frymaster. There are no other documents or oral
statements for which Frymaster will be responsible.
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THIS EQUIPMENT IS INTENDED FOR INDOOR USE ONLY.
DO NOT INSTALL OR OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT IN OUTDOOR AREAS.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT FIRST READING THIS MANUAL.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT UNLESS ALL COVERS AND ACCESS PANELS ARE IN PLACE AND
PROPERLY SECURED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY COMPONENT OF THIS EQUIPMENT UNLESS ALL
POWER TO THE UNIT HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED.
IF THE POWER SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY THE MANUFACTURER OR ITS
SERVICE AGENT OR SIMILARLY QUALIFIED PERSONS IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
USE CAUTION WHEN SETTING UP, OPERATING, OR CLEANING THIS EQUIPMENT TO AVOID CONTACT
WITH HEATED SURFACES.
DO NOT USE WATER JETS TO CLEAN THIS EQUIPMENT.
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 FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION.
DANGER
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE, OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY, OR DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING, AND SERVICE
INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.
DANGER
FOR YOUR SAFETY, DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR VAPORS
IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
COMPUTERS
FCC
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
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER
AND/OR BIRTH DEFECTS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM.
Operation, installation, and servicing of this product could expose you to airborne particles of glasswool
or ceramic fibers, and/or crystalline silica. Inhalation of airborne particles of glasswool or ceramic fibers
is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
FRYMASTER FRYERS EQUIPPED WITH LEGS ARE FOR PERMANENT INSTALLATION. FOR MOVEABLE
OR PORTABLE INSTALLATION, FRYMASTER OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT CASTERS MUST BE USED.
QUESTIONS??? CALL 1-800-551-8633.
Do not use deliming solution to clean water bath units. Use of deliming solution will damage all stainless
steel parts.
ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: General Information
1.1
Parts Ordering and Service Information .......................................................................... 1-1
1.2
Safety Information ........................................................................................................... 1-1
1.3
Equipment Description .................................................................................................... 1-2
1.4
Installation, Operating, and Service Personnel ................................................................ 1-2
1.5
Definitions........................................................................................................................ 1-3
1.6
Shipping Damage Claim Procedure................................................................................. 1-3
CHAPTER 2: Installation Instructions
2.1
General Installation Requirements................................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Caster/Leg Installation ..................................................................................................... 2-2
2.3
Pre-Connection Preparations ........................................................................................... 2-2
2.4
Connecting to the Electrical Power Supply ..................................................................... 2-3
Field Connection Wiring Diagrams ................................................................................. 2-4
CHAPTER 3: Operating Instructions
3.1
Introduction...................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2
Operating Instructions...................................................................................................... 3-2
3.3
Shutting the Cooker Down............................................................................................... 3-2
3.4
Boiling Out the Cookpot.................................................................................................. 3-3
CHAPTER 4: Preventive Maintenance
4.1
Daily Preventive Maintenance......................................................................................... 4-1
4.2
SMS II Controller Simmer Mode Adjustment................................................................. 4-2
CHAPTER 5: Operator Troubleshooting
5.1
Introduction...................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2
Operator Troubleshooting Guides.................................................................................... 5-2
5.3
Replacing the Controller or Controller Wiring Harness .................................................. 5-3
5.4
Replacing Fuses ............................................................................................................... 5-4
CHAPTER 6: Service Procedures
6.1
Functional Description of Electric Cookers 8SMS, 8BC, and 8C................................... 6-1
6.2
Accessing Equipment for Servicing................................................................................. 6-2
6.3
Replacing Equipment Components.................................................................................. 6-2
6.3.1 Replacing the Controller .................................................................................................. 6-2
6.3.2 Replacing the Transformer, Basket Lift Relay, Contactor, or Solenoid Valve ............... 6-2
6.3.3 Replacing the Element ..................................................................................................... 6-3
6.3.4 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat ............................................................................. 6-4
6.3.5 Replacing a Water Level Sensor or the Temperature Probe............................................ 6-5
6.3.6 Replacing the Pressure Regulator .................................................................................... 6-6
6.3.7 Replacing the Water Faucet ............................................................................................. 6-7
6.3.8 Replacing the Cookpot or Rinse Tank ............................................................................. 6-8
6.3.9 Replacing the Basket Lift Motor and Related Components .......................................... 6-10
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6.4
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 6-11
6.4.1 How the Autofill System Works.................................................................................... 6-11
6.4.2 How the Water Heating System Works ......................................................................... 6-11
6.4.3 Technician Troubleshooting Guides .............................................................................. 6-12
Troubleshooting the Autofill System............................................................................. 6-12
Troubleshooting the Basket Lift .................................................................................... 6-13
Troubleshooting the Controller...................................................................................... 6-14
Troubleshooting the Contactor Coil............................................................................... 6-15
Troubleshooting the High-Limit Thermostat................................................................. 6-15
Troubleshooting the Temperature Probe ....................................................................... 6-15
6.5
Wiring Diagrams............................................................................................................ 6-16
CHAPTER 7: Parts List
7.1
Accessories ...................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2
Basket Lift Components .................................................................................................. 7-2
7.3
Cabinetry.......................................................................................................................... 7-4
7.4
Cookpot and Rinse Tank Components ............................................................................ 7-6
7.5
Electrical Components and Controllers ............................................................................7.8
7.6
Water Supply Components .............................................................................................. 7-9
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ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
Parts Ordering and Service Information
In order to assist you as quickly as possible, the Frymaster Factory Authorized Service Center
(FASC) or Service Department representative requires certain information about your equipment.
Most of this information is printed on a data plate affixed to the inside of the door.
Parts orders may be placed directly with your local FASC or distributor. Included with cookers
when shipped from the factory is a list of FASCs. If you do not have access to this list, contact the
Frymaster Technical Service Department at 1-800-551-8633 or 1-318-865-1711.
When ordering parts, the following information is required:
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Voltage:
Item Part Number:
Quantity Needed:
Service information may be obtained by contacting your local FASC/Distributor. Information may
also be obtained by calling the Frymaster Technical Service Department at 1-800-551-8633 or
1-318-865-1711. When requesting service, please have the following information ready:
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Voltage:
In addition to the model number, serial number, and voltage, please be prepared to describe the
nature of the problem and have ready any other information that you think may be helpful in
solving your problem.
RETAIN AND STORE THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE USE.
1.2
Safety Information
Before attempting to operate your unit, read the instructions in this manual thoroughly.
Throughout this manual, you will find safety notations enclosed in boxes similar to the ones
illustrated below and on the following page.
CAUTION
CAUTION boxes contain information about actions or conditions that may cause or result
in malfunction of your equipment.
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WARNING
WARNING boxes contain information about actions or conditions that may cause or
result in damage to your equipment, and which may cause your equipment to
malfunction.
DANGER
DANGER boxes contain information about actions or conditions that may cause or result
in injury to personnel, and which may cause damage or malfunctioning of your
equipment
1.3
Equipment Description
Frymaster Electric Cookers are specifically designed to deliver high volumes of cooked or blanched
food automatically.
Model Comparison:
8SMS: The “Spaghetti Magic System” features an 8-kilowatt cooker and rinse tank
combination. The 8.7-gallon (33-liter) cooker is equipped with a programmable computer
that controls water temperature, water level, and cooking times. A swing-away water faucet
is standard. Its automatic basket lift system submerges and extracts either bulk or
individualized portions of pasta according to times programmed by the operator. Options
include automatic water filling (AutoFill) and starch skimming (AutoSkim). The AutoFill
feature maintains the cookpot water level approximately 1¼ inch (32mm) below the
overflow drain. The AutoSkim feature sprays water onto the surface of the water, forcing
starch to the overflow drain. This eliminates loss of cooking time associated with removing
excess starch buildup. It also keeps the cooking water at the optimum level by replacing
water evaporated during the cooking process. The AutoSkim function also saves energy
since there is no need to reheat a refilled cookpot. The cookpot is safeguarded against over
filling and boilover by a large overflow drain. “SD” following the model designation
indicates a stainless steel cookpot and door, and an enameled cabinet. “SC” following the
model designation indicates all stainless steel components.
8BC & 8C: These standalone cookers are essentially the same as the 8SMS, but without
the built-in rinse tank. 8BC models have an automatic basket lift and optional automatic
water filling and starch skimming. 8C models have no basket lifts and no automatic water
filling and starch skimming options. The cookpot in both is safeguarded against over filling
and boilover by a large overflow drain. “SD” following the model designation indicates a
stainless steel cookpot and door, and an enameled cabinet. “SC” following the model
designation indicates all stainless steel componentes.
1.4
Installation, Operating, and Service Personnel
Operating information for Frymaster equipment is intended for use by qualified and/or authorized
personnel only, as defined in Section 1.5.
All installation and service on Frymaster equipment must be performed by qualified, certified, licensed, and or/authorized installation or service personnel, as defined in Section 1.5.
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1.5
Definitions
QUALIFIED AND/OR AUTHORIZED OPERATING PERSONNEL
Qualified/authorized operating personnel are those who have carefully read the information in this
manual and have familiarized themselves with the equipment functions, or who have had previous
experience with the operation of the equipment covered in this manual.
QUALIFIED INSTALLATION PERSONNEL
Qualified installation personnel are individuals, or firms, corporations, or companies that, either in
person or through a representative, are engaged in and are responsible for the installation of
electrical appliances. Qualified personnel must be experienced in such work, be familiar with all
electrical precautions involved, and have complied with all requirements of applicable national and
local codes.
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
Qualified service personnel are those who are familiar with Frymaster equipment and who are
authorized by Frymaster to perform service on Frymaster equipment. All authorized service
personnel are required to maintain a complete set of service and parts manuals and to stock a
prescribed minimum amount of Frymaster parts. Failure to use qualified service personnel will
void the Frymaster Warranty on your equipment. A list of Frymaster Factory Authorized Service
Centers (FASCs) is included with the equipment when it is shipped from the factory.
1.6
Shipping Damage Claim Procedure
Your Frymaster equipment was carefully inspected and packed before leaving the factory. The
transportation company assumes full responsibility for safe delivery upon acceptance of the equipment for transport.
What to do if your equipment arrives damaged:
1. File a claim for damages immediately, regardless of the extent of damages.
2. Inspect for and record all visible loss or damage and ensure that this information is noted on
the freight bill or express receipt and is signed by the person making the delivery.
3. Concealed loss or damage that was unnoticed until the equipment was unpacked should be
recorded and reported to the freight company or carrier immediately upon discovery. A
concealed damage claim must be submitted within 15 days of the date of delivery. Ensure that
the shipping container is retained for inspection.
FRYMASTER DOES NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY
FOR DAMAGE OR LOSS INCURRED IN TRANSIT.
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ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
2.1
General Installation Requirements
PROPER INSTALLATION IS ESSENTIAL FOR EFFICIENT, TROUBLE-FREE
OPERATION OF YOUR COOKER. ANY UNAUTHORIZED ALTERATIONS MADE TO
THIS EQUIPMENT WILL VOID THE FRYMASTER WARRANTY.
Upon arrival, inspect the equipment carefully for visible or concealed damage. (See Shipping
Damage Claim Procedure in Chapter 1.)
NATIONAL CODE REQUIREMENTS
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.
ELECTRICAL GROUNDING REQUIREMENTS
All electrically operated appliances must be grounded in accordance with all applicable national and
local codes. A wiring diagram is located on the inside of the equipment door. Refer to the rating
plate on the inside of the door for proper voltages.
FCC COMPLIANCE
The user is cautioned that any changes or modifications to Frymaster computers not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment. Frymaster computers have been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. While these devices are verified as Class A
devices, they have 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. Operation of the equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio and television technician for
additional suggestions.
The user may find the booklet “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems”
helpful. It is prepared by the Federal Communications Commission and is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
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2.2
Caster/Leg Installation
Depending upon the specific configuration ordered, your unit might have been shipped without installed casters or legs. If casters or legs are installed, you may skip this section and proceed to Section 2.3, Pre-Connection Preparations.
If your unit requires the installation of casters/legs, install them in accordance with the instructions included in your accessory package.
2.3
Pre-Connection Preparations
After the unit has been positioned in the area where it will be used, ensure the following have been
accomplished before connecting the unit to the electrical power source:
1. This equipment must be stabilized by installing restraining chains on units equipped with
casters or anchor straps on units equipped with legs. Follow the instructions shipped with
the casters/legs to properly install the chains or straps.
2. Level units equipped with legs by screwing the legs out approximately 1 inch, then adjusting
them so that the unit is level.
For units equipped with casters, there are no built-in leveling devices. The floor where the
unit is to be installed must be level.
3. Install the basket lift arm (on units so equipped) on the lift rod (located at the top rear of the
cabinet) so that the basket lift roller guides the lift arm.
NOTE: Some adjustment of the roller may be necessary for free movement of the basket lift
arm.
4. Connect the water hose to the fitting at the rear of the unit.
DANGER
The maximum allowable incoming water pressure for all units is 80 PSI (5.6 kg/cm2)
(551.6 kPa).
The maximum allowable incoming water temperature for all units is 180ºF (82ºC).
NOTE: Either hot or cold water may be connected to the unit. However, connecting hot
water will minimize the time required to bring the unit to boil when filling with fresh water.
NOTE: In order for the water level sensors to work properly, a certain amount of mineral
content in necessary in the water. For that reason, purified, deionized, or highly filtered water should not be used.
5. Connect the desired drain plumbing to the drain valve.
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2.4
Connecting to the Electrical Power Supply
DANGER
This unit must be connected to the voltage and phase specified on the rating and serial
number plate located on the inside of the equipment door. To determine the appropriate
wire size, refer to the POWER REQUIREMENTS chart at the bottom of this page.
1. If the unit is not equipped with an installed power cord, open the door and remove the contactor
box cover. Position the unit to gain access to the rear and remove the lower back panel.
2. Insert an appropriately rated power cord into the rear of the contactor box and make connections
in accordance with the applicable wiring diagram on the following page. Install a strain relief on
the power cord and replace the lower back panel and contactor box cover.
3. Attach a plug that complies with national and/or applicable local codes to the free end of the
electrical power cord and plug the unit into an appropriate outlet.
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Use copper wire ONLY, suitable for at least 170ºF (75ºC)
Amps
Minimum
Volts
Phase
Watts
(per leg)
Wire Size
200
Single
7400
37
AWG 6 (4.1 mm)
208
Single
8000
39
AWG 6 (4.1 mm)
220
Single
7300
34
AWG 6 (4.1 mm)
230
Single
8000
35
AWG 6 (4.1 mm)
240
Single
8000
34
AWG 6 (4.1 mm)
200
3P – Delta
7400
22
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
208
3P – Delta
8000
23
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
220
3P – Delta
7300
20
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
230
3P – Delta
8000
21
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
240
3P – Delta
8000
20
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
200
3P – Wye
7400
13
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
220
3P – Wye
7300
12
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
230
3P – Wye
7400
11
AWG 8 (3.3 mm)
NOTE: This equipment is field-convertible between single phase and three phase.
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FIELD CONNECTION WIRING DIAGRAMS
SINGLE PHASE
FIELD CONNECTION
L2
L1
L3
SINGLE PHASE (NO NEUTRAL)
FIELD CONNECTION
NEUTRAL TO L3
L2
L1
1HV
L3
1HV
1C1
2HV
1
1C2
FROM TRANSFORMER
1C1
2HV
1
1C2
FROM
TRANSFORMER
3HV
3HV
4
4
1C3
1C3
5
2
3
5
2
3
6
6
FROM TRANSFORMER
FROM TRANSFORMER
3 PHASE 3 WIRE (DELTA)
FIELD CONNECTION
L2
L1
3 PHASE 4 WIRE (WYE)
FIELD CONNECTION
L3
L2
L1
L3
N
FROM TRANSFORMER
FROM TRANSFORMER
FROM TRANSFORMER
1HV
2HV
3HV
1C1
1C2
1C3
1
5
4
3HV
1HV
1C1
2HV
1C3
4
5
6
2
3
1
6
1C2
3
2
FROM TRANSFORMER
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ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 3: OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
3.1
4
Numeric Keypad
Boil Mode Indicator
Boil Mode Switch
Power Switch
LED Display
5
6
7
6
7
8
9
8
9
Skim Switch (w/Autoskim only)
Timer Start Switch
Simmer Mode Switch
Simmer Mode Indicator
Introduction
The Spaghetti Magic II Controller allows the operator to specify a specific cook time in minutes and
seconds, then initiate a cooking cycle. This controller is available in three different configurations.
The standard configuration has both automatic filling (Autofill) and automatic skimming (Autoskim)
features. Options include Autofill only, or neither Autofill or Autoskim. On units configured with
the Autoskim feature, the operator may activate or deactivate the feature as desired.
When in the BOIL mode, the heating element is energized at all times. It is used when actually
cooking pasta.
The SIMMER mode feature maintains the water temperature just below boiling, which conserves
energy and water. This feature is designed for rethermalizing previously cooked packaged products,
and for keeping the cooker in standby.
The SKIM feature, when selected, adds water for approximately 3 seconds once a minute. It causes the
water to overflow into the drain, carrying floating starch with it. (A buildup of starch reduces the effi-
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ciency of the cooker and can cause erroneous temperature and water level sensing. NOTE: Do not use
deliming solution to clean these units. Use of deliming solution will damage all stainless steel parts.)
LOW WATER SENSING automatically de-energizes the heating element if the water in the cookpot drops too low. When the water level in the cookpot is below the low-water sensor, such as when
draining and cleaning the cookpot, the controller display will read LO.
NORMAL WATER LEVEL SENSING, on units configured with the Autofill feature, automatically
adds water during or after a cooking cycle if the water in the cookpot drops to a level lower than approximately 1¼ inch (32mm) below the overflow drain. With this automatic filling feature, the water
level does not have to be continuously monitored. The cookpot always has the correct amount of water.
3.2
Operating Instructions
Before turning the cooker on, ensure that:
• the unit is connected to the water supply.
• the water supply is turned on.
• the unit is plugged into an appropriate outlet.
• the electrical power supply is turned on.
CAUTION
If this is the first time the unit is being used after installation, refer to Section 3.4, Boiling
Out the Cookpot.
1. Turn the controller on by pressing the Power
switch.
2. The unit will automatically enter the boil mode and the boil mode indicator will illuminate. If
you do not intend to immediately begin cooking, press the Simmer Mode
switch. The simmer mode indicator will illuminate. To re-enter the boil mode, press the Boil Mode
switch.
3. Enter the desired cooking time using the numeric keypad. The time entered appears in the LED
display.
switch. The basket lift will
4. When ready to initiate a cooking cycle, press the Start Timer
automatically lower the basket or portion cups into the cookpot and the LED display will begin
to count down. At the end of the cooking cycle, an alarm will sound briefly to alert you and the
basket lift will automatically raise the basket or portion cups out of the water.
The display will automatically return to the previously set cooking time. If the same time is desired for the next batch, simply press the Start Timer
switch when ready, otherwise enter the
new cooking time before pressing the switch.
5. To initiate the automatic skimming (Autoskim) feature, press the Skim
3-2
switch.
3.3
Toggling Between Fahrenheit and Celsius Temperature Display
There are two versions of the SMS Controller: one that can be toggled between Fahrenheit and
Celsius temperature display, and one that cannot. To determine which version you have, turn the
controller off by pressing the ON/OFF switch. The display will go blank. Press the Simmer (right
thermometer icon) switch. If Code appears in the display, the temperature display can be changed.
If not, the display cannot be changed.
1. If Code appears in the display, press 1, 6, 5, 8. The display will be toggled from Fahrenheit to
Celsius or from Celsius to Fahrenheit.
2. Press the Boil (left thermometer icon) switch to display the cookpot temperature. If an F follows
the temperature, the display is in Fahrenheit; if a C follows the temperature, the display is in
Celsius.
3.4
Shutting the Cooker Down
Turn the unit off by pressing the Power
switch. If shutting down at the end of the day, drain and
clean the cookpot (and rinse tank, if so equipped), and put the cookpot and rinse tank covers in
place.
3.5
Boiling Out the Cookpot
To ensure that the cooker is free of contamination from manufacture, shipping, or handling during
installation, the cookpot must be boiled out before first use.
1. Close the drain valve and fill the cookpot with a solution of cold water and 1 cup of detergent.
2. Place the unit into operation (see Section 3.2).
3. Press the simmer switch
and allow the solution to simmer for at least 1 hour.
4. After the solution simmers for 1 hour, turn the unit off and add cold water until the solution is
cool. Drain the solution and clean the cookpot thoroughly with a solution of dishwashing detergent and hot water.
NOTE: Do not use deliming solution to clean these units. Use of deliming solution will damage
all stainless steel parts.
WARNING
When cleaning around the elements, be careful not to bend or otherwise damage the highlimit thermostat capillary tube.
5. Rinse the cookpot at least twice by filling with clean water and draining. Dry the cookpot thoroughly with a clean, dry towel.
6. For units equipped with a rinse tank, clean the tank with a solution of dishwashing detergent and
hot water. Drain the tank and dry it thoroughly with a clean, dry towel.
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ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 4: PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
4.1
Daily Preventive Maintenance
It is normal for a coating of starch to form on the elements, sensors, and temperature probes during
operation. If the coating is allowed to build-up, it will adversely affect the operation of the
equipment. The preventive maintenance routines below should be performed at least daily to keep
your equipment functioning at peak efficiency. The cookpot and rinse tank – especially the waterlevel sensors, temperature probe, and element – may require more frequent cleaning, depending
upon the product and volume. NOTE: Do not use deliming solution to clean these units. Use of
deliming solution will damage all stainless steel parts.
Inspect Equipment and Accessories for Damage
Look for loose or frayed wires and cords, leaks, foreign material in cookpot or inside cabinet,
and any other indications that the equipment and accessories are not ready for safe operation.
Clean Cabinet Inside and Out
Clean inside the cabinet with a dry, clean cloth. Wipe all accessible metal surfaces and
components to remove accumulations of oil, dust, or cooking residue.
Clean the outside of the cabinet with a clean cloth dampened with dishwashing detergent,
removing oil, dust, or cooking residue.
DANGER
Never attempt to clean this equipment during the cooking process or when the
cookpot is filled with hot water and/or food products.
Clean Water-Level Sensors, Temperature Probe, Element, Cookpot, and Rinse Tank
Turn the equipment off and drain the cookpot (and rinse tank, if so equipped).
Remove the probe cover and clean the water-level sensors and temperature probe using a
Scotchbrite™ or similar abrasive pad and a solution of detergent and water.
Using a Scotchbrite™ or similar abrasive pad and a solution of detergent and water, clean the inside
of the cookpot (and rinse tank, if so equipped). Pay particular attention to the heating element.
Rinse the cookpot (and rinse tank, if so equipped) thoroughly with clean water at least twice.
WARNING
Do not use deliming solution to clean these units. Use of deliming solution will
damage all stainless steel parts.
WARNING
When cleaning around the element, be careful not to bend or otherwise damage the
high-limit thermostat capillary tube.
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4.2
SMS II Controller Simmer Mode Adjustment
NOTE: The SMS II Controller simmer temperature is adjustable from 185ºF to 215ºF.
1. With the unit in the simmer mode, place the tip of a good grade thermometer near the
temperature probe and determine the actual water temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. If the
temperature is within 5ºF of the desired simmer temperature, nothing more needs to be done. If
it is not within 5ºF of the desired temperature, perform Steps 2 through 5.
2. With the unit in the simmer mode, open the control panel by removing the screws in the upper
corners and tilting the panel out.
3. Remove the black rubber plug from the top of the controller housing.
4. Using a small, flat-tipped screwdriver, turn the adjusting screw to change the simmer setpoint.
¼ turn will change the setpoint about 10ºF. (You will have to experiment with the direction of
rotation to determine which way to turn to raise or lower the temperature.) Wait at least 5
minutes, then recheck actual water temperature. Repeat this step until the water temperature is
within 5ºF of desired temperature.
5. Replace the plug in the controller, close the control panel, and replace the screws removed in
Step 1.
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ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 5: OPERATOR TROUBLESHOOTING
5.1
Introduction
This chapter provides an easy reference guide to the more common problems that may occur during
the operation of this equipment. The troubleshooting guides in this chapter are intended to help you
correct, or at least accurately diagnose, problems with the equipment. Although the chapter covers
the most common problems reported, you may very well encounter a problem not covered. In such
instances, the Frymaster Technical Service Department 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 a cord into a receptacle or open the valve on the water supply line. Don’t assume that you
are exempt from such occurrences. Most importantly, try to establish a clear idea of why a problem
has occurred. Part of your 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 while
you’re at it. If a fuse continues to blow, find out why. 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.
Some of the troubleshooting actions recommended in this chapter involve removing suspect
controllers and substituting controllers that are known to be good. Whenever this is indicated, refer
to Section 5.3. Refer to Section 5.4 for instructions on replacing fuses.
If you have doubts as to the proper action to take, do not hesitate to call the Frymaster Technical
Service Department or your local Frymaster Factory Authorized Service Center for assistance.
Before calling a servicer or the Frymaster HOTLINE (1-800-551-8633):
• Verify that electrical cords are plugged in and that circuit breakers are on.
• Verify that water supply valves are open and that drain valves are fully closed.
DANGER
Hot water can cause severe burns. Never attempt to move a cooker containing hot
water or to transfer hot water from one container to another.
DANGER
Use extreme care when performing electrical circuit tests. Live circuits will be
exposed.
WARNING
Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical components should be performed only by
qualified service personnel. The equipment should be unplugged when servicing,
except when electrical tests are required.
5.2
Operator Troubleshooting Guides
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NOTE: IF AUTOFILL WORKS
BUT AUTOSKIM DOES NOT,
PROBLEM IS A FAILED
CONTROLLER. ORDER
REPLACEMENT FROM FASC
OR DISTRIBUTOR.
ON UNIT WITH AUTOFILL,
COOKPOT DID NOT FILL
WHEN UNIT WAS
TURNED ON. WATER
SUPPLY TO UNIT
VERIFIED TO BE ON.
Did anything
appear in controller
display when unit was
turned on?
Clean the water
level sensors.
Yes
No
Disconnect unit from
electrical power. Check
the left 5-amp fuse in
component box. Replace
fuse if blown then attempt
to operate.
Did unit begin
to fill?
No
Yes
Is another
controller, known
to be working,
available?
Yes
No
Did unit begin
to fill?
Yes
Problem is beyond
the scope of operator
troubleshooting. Call
FASC.
Problem resolved.
Substitute the controller
known to be working for
the suspect controller and
attempt to operate unit.
No
Probable causes are shorted
upper water level sensor, failed
water solenoid, or loose/
damaged wiring. Call FASC.
No
Did unit begin
to fill?
Yes
Problem is a failed
controller. Order
replacement from
FASC or distributor.
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Operator Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
ON UNIT WITH
AUTOFILL, WATER DID
NOT SHUT OFF WHEN
COOKPOT WAS FULL.
Clean the water
level sensors.
Did the water
stop?
Yes
Problem resolved.
No
Add 1/8-cup of
baking soda to the
water in the
cookpot and stir.
Did the water
stop?
Mineral content of water is
insufficient for water sensor to
ground. Whenever cookpot is
refilled, add 1/8-cup of
baking soda.
Yes
No
Probable causes are a loose or
damaged wire on the upper water
level sensor, a failed water solenoid,
or a failed upper water level sensor.
Call FASC.
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Operator Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
WATER WILL NOT
BOIL. COOKPOT
VERIFIED TO BE FULL
OF WATER WITH BOIL
MODE SELECTED (i.e.,
left indicator is lit).
Is heating
indicator (small
dot in LED)
lit?
Is water
heating
at all?
Yes
No
Probable causes are a
failed element, failed contactor,
or loose/damaged wiring.
Call FASC.
Yes
Problem is a failed controller.
Order replacement from FASC
or distributor.
No
Yes
Is a controller
known to be working
available?
Yes
Substitute the controller
known to be working for
the suspect controller and
attempt to operate unit.
No
Did water boil?
Problem is beyond the scope
of operator troubleshooting.
Call FASC.
No
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Operator Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
WATER BOILS
IN SIMMER
MODE.
Adjust controller in
accordance with
procedure in Chapter 4.
Did boiling
stop?
Yes
Problem resolved.
Yes
Substitute the controller
known to be working for
the suspect controller and
attempt to operate unit.
No
Is a controller
known to be working
available?
No
Problem is beyond the scope
of operator troubleshooting.
Call FASC.
Did boiling
stop?
No
Probable cause is a failed/
shorted temperature probe.
Call FASC.
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Yes
Problem is a failed controller.
Order replacement from FASC
or distributor.
Operator Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
WATER
TEMPERATURE
IS TOO LOW IN
SIMMER MODE.
Adjust controller in
accordance with
procedure in Chapter 4.
Did water
reach correct
temperature?
Yes
Problem resolved.
No
Is a controller
known to be working
available?
Yes
Substitute the controller
known to be working fo
the suspect controller and
attempt to operate unit.
No
Did water
reach correct
temperature?
No
Probable cause is open
temperature probe or loose
probe wire. Call FASC.
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Yes
Problem is a failed controller.
Order replacement from FASC or
distributor.
Operator Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
BASKET LIFT DOES
NOT FUNCTION
CORRECTLY.
Did the
basket lift function
at all?
No
Check the right-side
5-amp fuse. Replace if
blown, then attempt to
operate unit.
Yes
Did the
basket lift function
correctly?
Yes
Problem resolved.
No
Does the
basket lift travel
up and down
constantly?
Yes
No
If the basket lift works sometimes but not always,
the probable causes are a loose bell crank or a loose
microswitch. Call FASC.
If the movement of the basket lift is jerky or noisy, lubricate
the lifter rod with a light-weight lubricant. if this does not
correct the problem, call FASC.
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Probable causes are a failed
microswitch or a microswitch
that is out of adjustment.
Call FASC.
5.3
Replacing the Controller or Controller Wiring Harness
1. Disconnect the cooker from the electrical supply.
2. Remove the two screws in the upper corners of the control panel and swing the panel open
from the top, allowing it to rest on its hinge tabs.
3. Disconnect the wiring harness from the back of the computer.
4. Disconnect the ground wire from the computer. Remove the controller by lifting it from the
hinge slots in the frame.
5. Reverse the procedure to install a new computer or wiring harness.
Wiring Harness
Connection
Ground Wire
5.4
Replacing Fuses
1. Disconnect unit from electrical power and remove the cover from the contactor box located in
the left front bottom of the cabinet.
2. The 5-amp fuse for the controller is located on the left side of the box. The 5-amp fuse for the
basket lift is located on the right side of the box. Use a fuse puller to remove the blown fuse and
install the replacement.
LOAD
24V
LINE
208/240V
Basket Lift Fuse
(Present in 8SMS
and 8BC units only.)
Controller Fuse
3. Replace the component box cover, being sure to reconnect the ground wire with the upper left
screw.
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ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 6: SERVICE PROCEDURES
6.1
Functional Description of Electric Cookers 8SMS, 8BC and 8C
Electric Cookers 8SMS, 8BC, and 8C contain an extruded stainless steel cookpot that holds 8.7
gallons (33 liters) of water. The water in the cookpot is heated by an 8-kilowatt element at the
bottom of the pot. The solid-state SMS II Spaghetti Magic controller controls electrical power to the
element. The 8SMS also has an 8.7 gallon (33 liter) rinse tank.
On units without the Autofill (automatic filling) option, when the controller is turned on by pressing
the Power switch, logic circuits in the controller check for water in the cookpot by looking for a
grounded low-water level sensor. (The sensor is grounded by contact with the water in the cookpot.)
If the sensor is grounded, the controller automatically enters the BOIL mode, supplying continuous
power to the element. If the operator selects the SIMMER mode, logic circuits in the controller
monitor the temperature of the water and cycle power to the element on and off to maintain the
temperature at the simmer mode setpoint. (See Section 4.2 in Chapter 4 for instructions for adjusting
the simmer mode setpoint.) The cooker also has a high-limit safety. If the water in the cookpot falls
below the low-water level sensor but the sensor remains grounded for whatever reason, the highlimit switch will open, cutting off power to the element, when the element temperature reaches
400 ±15ºF.
On units equipped with the Autofill option, a logic circuit in the controller automatically opens a
solenoid valve on the water supply line if the upper water level sensor is not grounded by contact
with the water in the cookpot. When the Power switch is pressed, if the water level is below the
upper water level sensor, water is automatically added to the cookpot. When sufficient water has
been added to cover the heating element, the unit automatically enters the BOIL mode and remains
there unless the operator presses the SIMMER mode switch or turns the unit off. When the water
level in the cookpot contacts the upper water level sensor, the solenoid valve in the water supply line
closes.
On units equipped with the Autoskim (automatic skimming) option, when the Skim switch is
pressed, a logic circuit in the controller automatically opens the solenoid valve in the water supply
line for three seconds every minute until the option is turned off by again pressing the Skim switch.
The operator enters a specified cooking time by pressing the number pads on the controller. When
the Start switch is pressed, the controller begins to count down to zero. When the controller times
out, an alarm sounds briefly, then the timer reverts to the last time entered.
On units equipped with basket lifts (8SMS or 8BC), when the Start switch is pressed to start the
cooking cycle, logic circuits in the controller activate the basket lift motor, lowering the baskets into
the cookpot. As the motor drives the basket lift down, a roller-activated switch loses contact with
the bellcrank (cam) attached to the motor and power to the motor is cut. When the controller times
out, logic circuits reverse the switch positions so that the motor circuit is again completed and the
motor is restarted, raising the baskets from the cookpot. At the fully raised position, the roller switch
again makes contact with the cam, cutting power to the motor and stopping the lift in the up position.
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6.2
Accessing Equipment for Servicing
DANGER
Moving this equipment while it is filled with hot water may cause spilling or
splattering of the hot water. Always drain the cookpot before attempting to relocate
this equipment for servicing.
1. Disconnect the unit from the electrical power supply and from the water supply.
2. Remove any attached restraining devices.
3. Relocate the unit for service accessibility.
4. After servicing is complete, reconnect the unit to the water supply, reattach restraining devices,
and reconnect the unit to the electrical power supply.
6.3
Replacing Equipment Components
6.3.1 Replacing the Controller
See Section 5.4.
6.3.2 Replacing the Transformer, Basket Lift Relay, Contactor, or Solenoid Valve
1. Drain the cookpot and disconnect the cooker from the electrical power supply.
2. Remove the cover from the component box.
(It may be helpful to remove the drain
plumbing below the drain valve to better
access the interior of the component box.)
3. On the component to be replaced, make a
note of the wiring connection points.
4. Disconnect the wires and remove the failed
component (see illustration on next page).
Install the replacement component and
reconnect the wiring in accordance with the
notes made in Step 3 or with the wiring
diagram on the door of the unit.
5. Replace the component box cover, being sure to reconnect the ground wire. Replace any drain
plumbing components that were removed and reconnect the cooker to the electrical power
supply.
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NOTE: This is a composite drawing for illustrative purposes only. It shows all parts
that may be mounted in the component box. Depending upon the specific
configuration of a particular unit, the actual parts present will vary.
NOTE: Refer to the following wiring diagrams for wiring
connections:
8050377J: 208V through 230V 8SMS, 8BC, 8C
8050462C: 480V/120V 8SMS, 8BC, 8C
Basket Lift Relay (8SMS, 8BC only)
Contactor Block (all units)
Basket Lift Wiring Conduit (8SMS and 8BC only)
Element Wiring Conduit (all units)
15-pin Wiring Harness Connecting Plug (all units)
Transformer (all units)
120V Power Cord (480V/120V units only)
Solenoid Valve (units with Autofill/Autoskim only)
Terminal Block (all units)
Basket Lift Fuse and Holder (8SMS, 8BC only)
System Fuse and Holder (all units)
6.3.3 Replacing the Element
1. Drain the cookpot and disconnect the cooker from the electrical power supply.
2. Remove the cover from the component box. (It may be helpful to remove the drain plumbing
below the drain valve to better access the interior of the component box.)
3. Make a note of where the leads are
connected to the contactor block,
then disconnect the leads.
Secure the high-limit
thermostat along the inside of
this leg with two metal wire ties.
4. Cut the wire ties on the fiberglass
insulation
and
remove
the
insulation from the element leads.
5. Cut the metal wire ties that secure
the high-limit thermostat to the
element, being careful not to bend
the thermostat.
Standoff
Teflon Washer
6. Remove the brass nuts from the
element legs and carefully pull the
failed element from the cookpot.
29-inch (73.7 cm) leads
shown shortened for clarity.
Brass Nut
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7. Position the replacement element in the cookpot with the standoffs on the bottom of the cookpot,
and thread the element leads through the Teflon washers recovered from the failed element.
Secure the element in place with the nuts removed in Step 5.
8. Install two metal wire ties to secure the high-limit thermostat against the inside of the left leg of
the element.
9. Thread each set of element leads through the fiberglass insulation removed in Step 4 and secure
the insulation in place with a wire tie as close as possible to the brass nut.
10. Thread one set of leads into the component box and connect them to the contactor block in
accordance with the notes made in Step 3 or the wiring diagram on the door. NOTE: The leads
are numbered to facilitate making proper connections. Repeat this step for the remaining set of
leads.
11. Replace the cover on the component box, being sure to reconnect the ground wire. Reinstall any
drain plumbing components that were removed, and reconnect the unit to the electrical power
supply.
6.3.4 Replacing the High-Limit Thermostat
1. Drain the cookpot and disconnect the cooker from the electrical power supply.
2. Cut the metal wire ties securing the thermostat body to the element.
3. Open the control panel by removing the screws in each upper corner. Mark and then disconnect
the two leads connected to the thermstat terminals.
Mark and disconnect wires from
the thermostat terminals.
Remove the two
screws securing the
thermostat to the
mounting bracket.
Loosen the small compression nut, then
unscrew the large fitting from the cookpot.
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4. Loosen the small compression nut, then unscrew the large fitting from the cookpot.
5. Remove the two screws securing the thermostat to the mounting bracket. (NOTE: It is not
necessary to remove the bracket.) Pull the thermostat from the cookpot.
6. Carefully insert the replacement thermostat into the cookpot, being careful not to bend the shaft.
7. Position the thermostat along the inside of the left leg of the element and secure it in place with
two metal wire ties.
8. Unscrew the small compression nut from the large fitting on the replacement thermostat. Apply
thread sealer to the large fitting and screw the fitting securely into the cookpot. When the large
fitting is tight, screw the small compression nut into the large fitting and tighten.
9. Coil the thermostat capillary tube as necessary to achieve a neat installation and attach the
terminal block to the mounting bracket using the screws removed in Step 5.
10. Reattach the leads disconnected in Step 3, being sure to reconnect them in accordance with the
wiring diagram on the door of the unit or the markings made when they were disconnected.
11. Return the control panel to the closed position and secure in place with the screws removed in
Step 3.
12. Reconnect the unit to the electrical power supply.
6.3.5 Replacing a Water Level Sensor or the Temperature Probe
1. Drain the cookpot and disconnect the cooker from the electrical power supply.
2. Remove the basket lift arm by lifting it straight up from the lifter rod. Remove the probe cover
by lifting it straight up from the probe block.
3. At the rear of the unit, remove the two screws securing the access panel and remove the panel.
If replacing a water level sensor:
Disconnect incoming
water lines from nipples.
Remove its Keps nut to disconnect
the lead.
Remove the retaining screw from the sensor
flange and pull the sensor from the probe
block.
If replacing the temperature probe:
Remove these two screws
and remove the access panel.
Mark the wiring harness leads and
disconnect the probe leads at the
push on connectors.
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Remove the screws from the probe bracket
and push the probe out the back of the probe
block.
4. If replacing a water level sensor:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Disconnect the lead by removing the keps nut holding it in place.
Remove the screw in the sensor flange.
Carefully pull the failed sensor from the probe block and replace with the new sensor.
Reattach the lead and reverse Steps 1-3 to complete the procedure.
5. If replacing the probe:
a. Mark the wiring harness leads and disconnect them from the probe leads at the push-on
connectors.
b. Remove the two screws in the probe bracket.
c. Carefully pull the probe from the probe block and replace with the new probe.
d. Reattach the leads and reverse Steps 1-3 to complete the procedure.
6.3.6 Replacing the Pressure Regulator
1. Drain the cookpot and disconnect the cooker from the electrical power supply.
2. Turn off or disconnect the water supply to the cooker. Disconnect the incoming water line where
it connects to the cooker.
3. At the rear of the unit, remove the two screws securing the access panel in place and pull it back
over the water lines sufficiently to allow access to the connections inside.
Disconnect incoming
water lines from nipples.
Loosen this compression fitting.
Remove these two screws and
remove the access panel.
Loosen this compression fitting.
4. At the regulator, loosen the compression fitting on the water line to the solenoid valve. Loosen
the compression fitting at the faucet inlet manifold. Remove the regulator from the unit.
5. Recover the fittings from the failed regulator and install them on the replacement using thread
sealer on all connections.
6. Reverse Steps 1-4 to reinstall the regulator, being sure to apply thread sealer to all connections.
7. Adjust the regulator to not more than 40 PSI (2.8 Kg/cm2) (275.79 kPa).
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6.3.7 Replacing the Water Faucet
1. Drain the cookpot and disconnect the cooker from the electrical power supply.
2. Turn off the water supply to the cooker.
3. Disconnect the incoming water lines at the nipples that protrude from the holes in the upper
access panel. If necessary, remove any quick-disconnect fittings that would prevent the access
panel from being removed. Remove the two screws securing the access panel in place and
remove the panel (see illustration above).
4. If the cooker is equipped with a pressure regulator, disconnect the regulator by loosening the
compression fitting on the outlet side (see illustration in Section 6.3.6 above).
5. Remove the screws from the faucet mounting plate and lift the entire faucet assembly from the
unit.
Remove the five screws in the
mounting plate and lift the faucet and
plate clear of the unit.
6. Separate the faucet manifold from the remainder of the plumbing as shown in the illustration
below.
Loosen these fittings to separate the
faucet from the water supply system.
7. Disassemble the faucet from the mounting plate by removing the jamb nut and washer.
Remove jamb nut and washer to separate
the faucet from the mounting plate.
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8. Assemble the replacement faucet to the mounting bracket and complete the procedure by
reversing Steps 1-6.
6.3.8 Replacing the Cookpot or Rinse Tank
1. Disconnect the unit from the electrical power supply and from the water supply.
2. Remove the cover from the component box, mark the element leads, disconnect them from the
contactors, and pull them out of the component box.
3. Remove the top cap to expose the pot hold-down bracket assembly. Remove the two Keps nuts
attaching the assembly to the cookpot or rinse tank. Loosen but do not remove the screws in the
top of the bracket. Remove the two screws attaching the bracket to the cabinet frame and
remove the bracket assembly from the unit. On units with a rinse tank, remove the screw
securing the connecting strip.
Remove screw from
connecting strip.
Remove screw in each
corner and remove top cap.
Remove screws.
Loosen screws in
top of bracket.
Remove Keps nuts.
4. At the rear of the unit, disconnect the incoming water lines (and any attached quick-disconnect
fittings) from the nipples protruding from the upper access panel. Remove the panel and
disconnect the water level sensor and temperature probe leads. If the cooker is equipped with the
Autofill feature, disconnect the Autofill water line at the frypot end.
Remove Keps nuts to
disconnect the sensor leads.
Disconnect incoming
water lines from nipples.
Disconnect Autofill water
line at this fitting.
Mark the wiring harness leads and
disconnect the probe leads at the
push on connectors.
Remove these two screws and
remove the access panel.
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5. If the unit is equipped with a pressure regulator, disconnect the regulator from the water line at
the outlet side.
Disconnect at this
compression fitting.
6. Remove the screws securing the fluecap assembly to the back panel of the cabinet and remove
the assembly from the unit. On 8SMS units, remove the connecting strip disconnected in Step 4.
Remove the screws securing the flue
cap to the back panel of the cooker.
7. Using an assistant, lift the cookpot or rinse tank up and out of the cabinet.
8. Recover the components from the failed cookpot or rinse tank and install on the replacement
cookpot or rinse tank.
9. Reverse steps 1 through 10 to complete the procedure.
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6.3.9 Replacing the Basket Lift Motor and Related Components
1. Disconnect the unit from the electrical power supply and dismount the basket lift arm. Attach a
pair of Vise Grip™ pliers (or a similar locking device) to the basket lift rod where it protrudes
from the cabinet to prevent it from sliping back down into the cabinet when the basket lift link is
disconnected from the bellcrank.
2. Remove the lower basket lift access panel.
3. Mark and disconnect the wires attached to the microswitch. Disconnect the white motor wire at
the inline connector. Cut wire tie, if present, and carefully push all wires back into the cabinet
through the holes in the motor mount.
4. Remove the four slot-head screws that secure the motor mount assembly into the cabinet.
5. Disconnect the basket lift link from the bellcrank and remove the motor mount assembly from
the cabinet.
6. Remove the failed component as shown in the illustration below and install the replacement
component.
7. Complete the procedure by reversing steps 1-5.
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6.4
Troubleshooting
6.4.1 How the Autofill System Works
The heart of the automatic filling (AutoFill) system is a normally closed solenoid valve that opens
when 24VAC is applied. When the controller is turned on, it checks to see if the upper water level
sensor is grounded by contact with water in the cookpot. If it is not, circuitry in the controller forms
a ground for the 24VAC supplied to the solenoid, allowing the valve to open. When the water level
in the cookpot reaches the upper water level sensor, the sensor is grounded, causing the controller to
break the solenoid ground, thus shutting off the inflow of water.
Starch or lime build-up on the upper water level sensor may keep the ground from forming, therefore
the sensor must be kept clean and its lead firmly connected. NOTE: Do not use deliming solution to
clean these units. Use of deliming solution will damage all stainless steel parts.
This unit will not operate with distilled water. Pure water is non-conductive, so the required ground
cannot be formed. If highly filtered or purified water is used, adding ⅛-cup of baking soda to the
water will usually provide sufficient mineral content for the ground to form.
NOTE: In units equipped with the AutoSkim feature, when the skim switch on the controller is
pressed, a logic circuit in the controller automatically interrupts the 24VAC ground for three seconds
every minute until the switch is again pressed. Therefore, failure of the AutoSkim feature will be
due to a malfunctioning controller and not the solenoid valve.
6.4.2 How the Water Heating System Works
To prevent energizing the heating elements when there is no water in the cookpot, these units are
equipped with a low-water level sensor that must be grounded by contact with the water in the
cookpot before the control circuitry will apply power to the elements.
Starch or lime build-up on the low-water level sensor may keep the ground from forming, therefore
always make sure the sensor is clean and its lead is firmly connected. NOTE: Do not use deliming
solution to clean these units. Use of deliming solution will damage all stainless steel parts.
The units will not operate with distilled water since pure water is non-conductive. In order for the
ground to form, there must be some mineral content in the water. If highly filtered or purified water
is used, add ⅛-cup of baking soda to the water each time the cookpot is emptied and refilled.
In addition to the low-water level sensor discussed above, the water heating system has five more parts:
the high-limit thermostat, the temperature probe, the contactor block, the element, and the controller.
The high-limit thermostat functions as a normally closed switch. If the water in the cookpot falls
below the low-water level sensor but the sensor remains grounded for whatever reason, the highlimit switch will open when the element temperature reaches 400ºF ±15 (204ºC ± 9), cutting off
power to the contactor coil and thus to the element.
The temperature probe is used only when the unit is in the simmer mode. When the operator
selects the simmer mode, logic circuits in the controller monitor the temperature of the water and
cycle power to the element on and off to maintain the temperature at the setpoint programmed into
the controller.
6-11
The contactor block is the terminal block to which the element leads are connected and where
actual contact is made between the leads and the line voltage. Built into the contactor block is a coil
(electronic switch) that closes when a ground for the 24VAC from the transformer is supplied by the
controller calling for heat. When it closes, contact is made between the incoming line voltage and
the element leads.
The element is a resistive heating device. That is, when voltage is applied to the element, the
element gets very hot due to its resistance to current flow through it. The heat generated is
transferred directly to the water in which the element is immersed.
The controller is the interface between the operator and the other components of the equipment. In
the water heating system, its function is to control the application of line voltage to the heating
element via the contactor coil.
Troubleshooting the water heating system consists of checking the above components for proper
operation, as detailed in the troubleshooting diagrams on the next page.
6.4.3 Technician Troubleshooting Guides
TROUBLESHOOTING
THE AUTOFILL
SYSTEM
Solenoid valve
does not open
when water is
below upper water
level sensor.
Solenoid valve
does not close
when water
reaches upper
water level sensor.
What is the
problem?
Is 24VAC
present at pin 6
of the 15-pin
plug?
No
Valve has failed.
Replace.
Is 24VAC
present at pin 6
of the 15-pin
plug?
Yes
Yes
No
Check for shorting
of sensor to ground. If
sensor is not shorted,
computer has failed.
Replace.
Problem resolved.
Yes
Is AutoFill
functioning
properly?
Clean sensor with
a scouring pad.
No
Computer has
failed. Replace.
No
Yes
Is AutoFill
functioning
properly?
Probable cause is
loose/broken wiring
or damaged sensor.
Substitute a
controller known to
be working for
suspect controller.
6-12
Add 1/8 cup
baking soda to
water and stir.
No
Is AutoFill
functioning
properly?
Yes
Problem resolved.
Technician Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
If the basket lift motor is activating, but the basket lift fails to raise
or lower, or if its movement is erratic, the probable cause is
jamming or binding of the basket lift rod. Apply a light-weight
white grease (such as LubriplateTM ) to the rod. If this does not
correct the problem, check for a bent or otherwise damaged rod and
link, and for a loose bellcrank.
TROUBLESHOOTING
THE BASKET LIFT
Is 3-Amp
fuse in the
component box
OK?
No
Replace fuse.
Yes
With the basket lift
in the UP position, is 13-17VDC
present at pin 10 of 15-pin plug (0
volts if in DOWN position)?
No
Probable cause is a
failed controller.
No
Probable cause is
failed/loose wiring.
Yes
With the basket lift
in the UP position, is 13-17VDC
present at relay terminal A (0 volts
if in DOWN position)?
Yes
With the basket lift
in the UP position, is line voltage
present at the NC (lower) terminal of the
microswitch (middle terminal if in
DOWN position)?
No
Probable cause is a
failed relay.
Yes
With the basket lift in the same
position as for the previous check, is line
voltage present at the Common (upper)
terminal of switch?
No
Probable cause is a
failed switch.
Yes
Probable cause is a
failed motor.
6-13
Technician Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
TROUBLESHOOTING
THE CONTROLLER
Are the fuses in
the component
box OK?
No
Replace fuse.
Yes
Is 24VAC
present at pin 1?
Is 24VAC
present on
transformer
secondary?
No
No
Replace transformer.
Yes
Controller is OK.
Yes
Is 24VAC present at pin 4 when
off and zero VAC when calling for
heat?
No
Yes
Is 24VAC present at pin 6 when
not filling and is pin 6 grounded
when filling?
No
Replace controller.
Yes
On 8SMS and 8BC units, is 13-17VDC
present at pin 10 when lift is in UP position
and zero VDC when lift is in DOWN
position?
No
No
No
Yes
On 8SMS and 8BC units, is
13-17VDC present at pin 12?
Is 2-3VDC
present at pin 13?
Yes
6-14
Technician Troubleshooting Guides (Continued)
Before performing the following checks, disconnect the unit from the
electrical power source and check all wiring connections involved to
ensure they are secure.
Each of the following checks is to be performed with the unit connected to the
electrical power supply, with the controller on and calling for heat, and with
enough water in the cookpot to cover the lower water level sensor.
TROUBLESHOOTING
THE HIGH-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
Is 24VAC
present at the C
terminal of the
high-limit?
TROUBLESHOOTING
THE TEMPERATURE
PROBE
Water boils in
simmer mode.
High-limit has
failed. Replace.
No
Water temperature
is too low in
simmer mode.
What is the
problem?
Yes
Check for shorted probe circuit.
Probe voltage at pin 13 should be:
Approx 1.8VDC @ 60ºF (16ºC)
Approx 2.0VDC @ 100ºF (38ºC)
Approx 2.5 VDC @ 212ºF (100ºC)
Probe resistance should be:
Approx 552 ohms @ 60ºF (16ºC)
Approx 655 ohms @ 100ºF (38ºC)
Approx 1000 ohms @ 212ºF (100ºC)
High-limit is OK.
Are readings
within
specifications?
TROUBLESHOOTING
THE CONTACTOR
COIL
Is 24VAC
present at pin 4 of the 15pin plug when controller is
calling for heat?
No
Yes
Check continuity
of probe.
Probe is OK.
Calibrate
controller.
Yes
Continuity OK?
No
No
Probe is shorted.
Replace.
Probe is open.
Replace.
Is button in the
center of the contactor
block depressed?
Yes
Yes
Probable cause is
failed controller.
Contactor coil is
OK. Element has
failed. Replace.
6-15
No
Contactor coil has
failed. Replace.
L2
3HV
L3
6-16
3
1C3
3HV
L1
L2
4
L3
FIELD CONNECTION
1C2
2
15C
6
1
1C1
1HV
1C3
3
1C2
2
2HV 3HV
L1
L2
4
L3
FIELD CONNECTION
TYPE 5AMP
8C
]
TYPE 5AMP
TYPE 5AMP
5
6
15C
8C
5
6
15C
17C
TYPE 5AMP
TYPE 5AMP
TYPE 5AMP
NEUTRAL TO L3
5
SINGLE PHASE (NO NEUTRAL)
1
3
N
SINGLE PHASE
2
1C1 2HV
1HV
1
1C2
1C1 2HV 1C3
1HV
L1
FIELD CONNECTION
4
5 3
1 2
3 PHASE 4 WIRE
1C3
4 6
3HV
15C
1C2
17C
2HV
L3
1C1
L2
1HV
L1
3 PHASE 3 WIRE
FIELD CONNECTION
16C
11C
8C
11C
16C
16C
11C
8C
11C
16C
POSITION TAP
AS REQUIRED
N.C.
2
2
2C
C
24VAC
GND.
HOT
COM
POWER IN
1
1
1C
COM
3
3
NC
HI LIMIT
NC
6
GROUND WHEN
FILLING
24VAC WHEN
NOT FILLING
WATER
FILL
7
7
8
8
NC
9
9
9C
DO NO MEASURE
WATER LEVEL PROBES
7C
71C
HIGH
WATER
SENSOR
LOW
WATER
SENSOR
OPTIONAL
AUTOFILL
COMPUTER CONTROL
5
5
6
SOLENOID
24 VAC
CONTACTOR
COIL
24 VAC
NO VOLTAGE
WHEN HEATING
24VAC WHEN OFF
HEAT
4
4
4C
1C
24C
5C
ALL READINGS REFERENCED TO GROUND WITH THE COMPUTER OPERATING
TRANSFORMER
24V
3C
COM 7
BASKET LIFT
43C
14
14
X
14C
15
15
NC
COM.
NO VOLTAGE
TEMPERATURE
PROBE
13
13
X
13C
TEMP.
PROBE
2 TO 3
VOLTS DC
DEPENDING
ON THE
13 TO 17
WATER
VDC
TEMP.
RELAY
WHEN SOUNDING
12
12
12C
24VDC
44C
N.O.
BASKET LIFT
SHOWN IN
UP POSITION
BASKET LIFT RELAY
NO
A B
NC
5
N.C.
GEAR
MOTOR
71C
OPTIONAL BASKET LIFT
2
3 TO 5 VOLTS
SD
11
11
0 VOLTS WHEN
BASKET IS DOWN
13 TO 17 VDC
WHEN BASKET
IS UP
10
10
10C
11C
STANDARD (SINGLE VOLTAGE) CONFIGURATION
8C
16C
11C
8050377J
S
SOUND DEVICE
6.5
Wiring Diagrams
6-17
1
2
5
1C2
1C1
6
2HV
4
2
5
3
L2
1HV
3
1
L1
8
7
10
9
12
11
L3
3 PHASE 3 WIRE
FIELD CONNECTION
IN-LINE
SPLICE
4
1C3
6
3HV
15C
BLACK
11C
8C
71C
16C
11C
71C
24VAC 50 VA.
LOAD
71C
LINE
120 VAC
2
2
1
1
24VAC
GND.
POWER IN
COM
2C
HOT
C
3
3
NC
24 VAC
CONTACTOR
COIL
1C
N.C.
4C
1C
24C
NC
8050462C
7
7
GROUND WHEN
FILLING 24VAC
WHEN NOT
FILLING
WATER
FILL
6
6
8
8
9
9
9C
NC
DO NOT MEASURE
WATER LEVEL PROBES
7C
COM
24VDC
12
12
12C
13 TO 17
VDC
VRELAY
BASKET LIFT
44C
MICRO
SWITCH
GEAR
MOTOR
71C
N.C.
C
GM
14
14
15
15
NC
2 TO 3
NO VOLTAGE
VOLTS DC
DEPENDING
ON THE
WATER
TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE
PROBE
13
13
X
14C
X
13C
TEMP.
PROBE
CONNECTOR
SOUND DEVICE
43C
N.O.
BASKET LIFT SHOWN
IN UP POSITION
BASKET LIFT RELAY
NO
5
A B
NC
2
SD
3 TO 5
VOLTS
WHEN SOUNDING
11
11
7
0 VOLTS WHEN
BASKET IS DOWN
13 TO 17 VDC
WHEN BASKET
IS UP
10
10
10C
11C
HIGH
WATER
SENSOR
OPTIONAL
AUTOFILL
LOW
WATER
SENSOR
SOLENOID
24 VAC
COMPUTER CONTROL
5
5
NO VOLTAGE
WHEN HEATING
24VAC WHEN
OFF
HEAT
4
4
HIGH LIMIT
5C
ALL READINGS REFERENCED TO GROUND WITH THE COMPUTER OPERATING
COM
TRANSFORMER
3C
480/120VAC DUAL VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION
IN-LINE SPLICE
FUSE
5 AMP
TYPE 3AG
GRN
120 VAC
CORDSET
WHITE
ELECTRIC COOKERS 8SMS, 8BC AND 8C
CHAPTER 7: PARTS LIST
7.1
Accessories
1
7
2
8
11
4
3
13
9
5
12
6
10
ITEM
PART #
1
810-2112
2
809-0171
3
803-0155
4
803-0018
5
823-1662
6
803-0167
7
910-2545
8
806-3811
9
810-0357
10
810-0356
*
826-1113
11
826-1095
12
826-0900
13
803-0234
*
823-2608
* Not illustrated
COMPONENT
Basket Hanger, Wire Form
Basket Hanger Screw
Holder, Portion Cup
Cup, Portion
Basket, Bulk Product
Rack, Basket Support
Strainer
Legs, Package of 4 Adjustable
Caster w/Brake
Caster w/o Brake
Kit, Leg/Caster Mounting (1 kit required per leg or caster)
Kit, Anchor Strap (for use w/Cookers equipped with legs)
Kit, Chain Restraint (for use w/Cookers equipped with casters)
Brush, Probe Cleaning
Connecting Strip, 8SMS
7-1
1
2
7-2
24
25
26
27
3
23
22
4
21
5
6
7
8
20
19
9
18
10
17
11
16
15
14
13
12
7.2
Basket Lift Components
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART #
809-0127
810-0192
823-1840
900-7226
809-0050
807-0107
807-0108
7
920-3095
8
809-0049
9
812-0138
10
807-0240
11
807-0124
12
809-0194
13
810-0220
14
809-0203
15
809-0155
16
809-0063
17
809-0196
18
810-0052
*
809-0480
19
809-0097
20
809-0113
21
810-0172
22
809-0076
23
809-0134
24
920-3190
25
810-0170
26
813-0035
*
809-0082
27
900-4266
* Not illustrated
COMPONENT
Screw, ¼-20 x ½-inch Round Head
Rod, Basket Lift
Arm, Basket Lift
Enclosure, Basket Lift
Nut, 8-32 Hex Head
Motor, Basket Lift
120 VAC
240VAC
Mount, Basket Lift Motor
Nut, 6-32 Hex Head
Insulation, Paper
Microswitch, BA-2RV22-D6
Bushing, Plastic
Washer, 5/16-inch SAE Flat
Spacer, Tubular
Washer, ½-inch Nylatron
Screw, Leveling
Nut, ⅜-inch Jam
Washer, ⅜-inch SAE Flat
Bellcrank
Setscrew, ¼-28 x ⅝-inch (secures Bellcrank to motor shaft)
Screw, 6-32 x 1-inch Slotted Truss Head
Screw, 8-32 x 1½-inch Slotted Truss Head
Button, Plug
Nut, ¼-20 Expansion
Screw, ¼-20 x 1½-inch Round Head
Link, Basket Lift
Pin, ¼-inch x ⅝-inch Spring Dowel
Bushing, Bronze
Ring, Retaining (secures bronze bushing 813-0035 in place)
Angle, Bushing Support
7-3
1
3
10
4
9
5
8
6
2a
7
7-4
16a
2b
15
16b
11
16
16c
17
13
16d
16e
14
18
12
21
23
20
26
12
24
25
22
19
17
11
7.3
Cabinetry
ITEM
1
2a
2b
*
*
*
*
3
*
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PART #
806-9744SP
810-1402
210-9214
809-0266
810-1508
806-4487SP
826-1343
806-4735SP
910-4308
910-7205
823-2609
910-0207
900-7202SP
810-1105
900-7198
900-4334
902-7167SP
912-7167SP
12
901-7167SP
911-7167SP
13
900-7201SP
14
900-4766
15
900-4351
*
900-7199SP
*
900-1536
*
900-1537
16
806-5067SP
16a
809-0047
16b
810-0194
16c
810-0374
16d
809-0508
16e
823-1803
17
900-7156SP
18
900-7200SP
*
806-5209SP
19
823-1714
20
910-1514
21
806-4725SP
22
900-7155SP
23
900-7277
24
900-4279SP
25
900-4280SP
26
900-7848
* Not illustrated
COMPONENT
Door Assembly (does not include handles)
Handle, Wireform Door (cannot replace 210-9214)
Handle, Eurolook Door (cannot replace 810-1402)
Screw, Door Handle
Hinge Bracket, Door
Pin Assembly, Door
Spring, Door Pin
Frame Assembly, 8SMS Control Panel
Blank Control Panel (used on rinse tank side of 8SMS)
Top Cap, 8SMS
Flue Cap, 8SMS
Plate, Faucet Mounting (all models)
Divider, 8SMS Cabinet
Magnet, Door
Post, 8SMS Door
Shield, 8SMS Basket Lift Motor
Side, Right (all models)
Painted Steel
Stainless Steel
Side, Left (all models)
Painted Steel
Stainless Steel
Panel, 8SMS Cabinet Back
Panel, Basket Lift Upper Access (all models)
Panel, Basket Lift Lower Access (all models)
Brace, 8SMS Cabinet Top
Bracket, Top Half Pot Hold Down (all models)
Bracket, Top Half Pot Hold Down (all models)
Guide Assembly, Basket Lift (all models)
Nut, Cap
Roller
Spacer
Bolt, ¼-20 x 1¼-inch
Bracket
Channel, Base Side (all models)
Channel, 8SMS Base Front and Rear
Pad Assembly, Leg or Caster Mounting (all models)
Flue Cap, 8BC/8C
Top Cap, 8BC/8C
Frame, 8BC/8C Control Panel
Panel, 8BC/8C Cabinet Back
Stiffener, Cabinet Side (all models)
Brace, 8BC/8C Cabinet Top
Channel, 8BC/8C Base Front and Rear
Shield, 8BC/8C Vapor
7-5
1
7-6
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
28
34
7
5
4
3
29
15
10
9
8
20
21
22
23
24
8
25
9
19
33
14
32
10
11
31
12
30
7.4
Cookpot and Rinse Tank Components
ITEM
1
2
*
*
*
3
4
*
*
5
6
*
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
PART #
810-0698
810-1697
826-1081
823-2791
823-1942
823-1920
823-1921
809-0193
807-0037
810-0713
910-1804
809-0357
806-4764
816-0113
900-1537
809-0256
823-1711
900-5675
826-1601
809-0567
810-1826
814-0047
813-0395
813-0070
813-0394
813-0391
810-1825
813-0397
816-0221
809-0464
809-0465
813-0396
809-0204
809-0444
813-0302
823-1657
809-0360
810-0699
809-0270
809-0192
826-1795
826-1797
826-1798
807-1729
* Not illustrated
COMPONENT
Cookpot, 8SMS/8BC/8C
Block, Probe
Kit, Probe Block (old style with pins and cover)
Cover, Probe Block
Cover, Probe (old style with holes for pins)
Sensor, Lower Water Level (approximately 7 inches long)
Sensor, Upper Water Level (approximately 4¼ inches long)
Washer, ¼-inch Nylon (used on water level sensors)
Tab, Push-on Male (used on water level sensors)
Nozzle, Spray
Bracket, Temperature Probe Retaining
Screw, #6 x ⅜-inch (used to secure sensors and probe bracket in place)
Temperature Probe (with connectors)
Gasket, Overflow Drain
Bracket, Pot Hold Down Bottom
Nut, 10-32 Keps Hex
Drain, Overflow
Bracket, High-Limit Thermostat Mounting
Thermostat, High-Limit (includes high-limit, gasket, and tie wrap)
Tie Wrap, Metal (secures Hi-Limit Thermostat to Element)
Handle, Drain Valve
Sleeve, Red Valve Handle (with logo)
Union, 1¼-inch NPT
Elbow, 1¼-inch x 90º NPT
Tee, 1¼-inch NPT
Nipple, 1¼-inch NPT Close
Valve, 1¼-inch NPT Drain
Reducer, 1½-inch Sink to 1¼-inch NPT
Washer, 1¾-inch Sink
Nut, 1½-inch Conduit
Washer, Sink Drain
Drain, 1½-inch Sink (includes item 23)
Washer, ⅝-inch Flat
Nut, Hex Jam
Elbow, ¼-inch NPT to ⅜-inch Tube 90º Compression
Fascia, Overflow Drain
Screw, #8 x ⅜-inch Hex Washer Head
Tank, Rinse
Screw, 10-32 x ½-inch Truss Head
Washer, ¼-inch Lock with external teeth
Element, 8kW, 1- or 3-Ø (includes mounting washer and nut and standoff)
208VAC
230VAC
240VAC
480VAC (requires two teflon washers, 809-0204)
7-7
7.5
Electrical Components and Controllers
12
13
14
15
12
16
17
18
11
10
9
19
8
4
1
6
20
2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
*
*
*
*
7
5
3
PART #
807-1396
807-1308
807-1555
809-0362
807-0878
807-0263
807-0680
807-0070
806-4770
807-0875
810-1202
809-0361
807-1292
812-0994
812-0992
900-7853
823-1820
810-0044
809-0454
809-0096
809-0250
806-5332
WIR0013SP
806-4702
106-0371
106-0373
106-0374
* Not illustrated.
2
21
3
COMPONENT
Relay, 24VDC
Holder, Fuse
Fuse, 5 Amp
Screw, #8 x 1¼-inch Hex Head
Block, Terminal
Terminal, Split
Transformer, 208/240VAC – 24VAC
Terminal, Ground Lug
Valve Assembly, Solenoid
Connector, 15-pin Female
Contactor, 40 Amp 3 Pole
Screw, #8 x ½-inch Hex Head
Fitting, Plastic Conduit
Conduit, ½-inch Plastic (17 inches long)
Conduit, ½-inch Plastic (15 inches long)
Cover, Component Box
Box, Component
Button, ⅞-inch Plug
Nut, ½-inch Conduit
Screw, 6-32 x ⅝-inch
Nut, 6-32 Keps
Cordset, Basket Lift (used with 480/120VAC dual-voltage units only)
Wire Assembly, 8SMS Contactor Box
Cable, 8SMS Controller
Controller, 8SMS
CE and non-CE with AutoFill and AutoSkim
CE and Non-CE with AutoFill but without AutoSkim
CE and Non-CE without Autofill or Autoskim
7-8
7.6
7
Water Supply Components
8
9
3
11
10
12
13
5
2
6
4
1
6
ITEM
PART #
1
806-4770
2
810-1208
3
813-0412
*
826-1132
4
900-2114
5
910-2496
6
813-0302
7
813-0448
8
813-0473
9
813-0449
10
813-0471
11
809-0444
12
816-0114
13
810-0713
*
826-1135
* Not illustrated
COMPONENT
Solenoid Assembly, Autofill
Regulator, Water Pressure
Faucet, Double Jointed
Kit, Faucet Repair (contains two valve assemblies)
Tube, Copper Water Supply
Tube, Stainless Steel Autofill
Elbow, Brass ⅜-inch Tube to ¼-inch NPT (w/Compression Nut)
Elbow, Brass ¼-inch x 90º NPT
Nipple, Brass ¼-inch x 4-inch NPT
Tee, Brass, ¼-inch NPT
Nipple, Brass ¼-inch x 1.5-inch NPT
Nut, ¾-10 Hex Head Jam
Gasket, Spray Nozzle
Nozzle, Spray
Kit, Non-Autofill to Autofill Conversion
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