UHC-P /HCPService, Parts Manual for 4, 2-Slot and

UHC-P /HCP
Service, Parts Manual for 4, 2-Slot and Narrow Models
Frymaster, a member of the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association, recommends
using CFESA Certified Technicians.
*8196044*
24-Hour Service Hotline
1-800-551-8633
Price: $6.00
819-6044
FEB 13
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.
THE CABINET IS NOT SUITABLE FOR OUTDOOR USE. WHEN OPERATING THIS UNIT, IT
MUST BE PLACED ON A HORIZONTAL SURFACE.
THE CABINET IS NOT SUITABLE FOR INSTALLATION IN AN AREA WHERE A WATER JET
CAN BE USED. THIS APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE CLEANED WITH A WATER JET.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN
THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT OPERATE OR SERVICE THE CABINET WITHOUT FIRST READING THIS MANUAL.
DO NOT OPERATE THE CABINET UNLESS IT HAS BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED AND
CHECKED.
DO NOT OPERATE THE CABINET UNLESS ALL SERVICE AND ACCESS PANELS ARE IN
PLACE AND PROPERLY SECURED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY COMPONENT OF THE CABINET UNLESS
ALL POWER TO THE UNIT HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED.
USE CAUTION WHEN SETTING UP, OPERATING, OR CLEANING THE CABINET TO AVOID
CONTACT WITH HEATED SURFACES.
Table of Contents
Theory of Operation
1-1
Service Procedures
2-1
Re-addressing Cabinet
3-1
Troubleshooting
4-1
Illustrated Parts List
5-1
Wiring Diagram s
6-1
Cabinet Service Procedures
1 Functional Description
Power switch
Menu key
NOTE: This manual covers the UHC-P, the original
PDA-programmed cabinet for McDonald’s and the HCP
or Holdmaster, a similar cabinet made for the general
market. UHC-P parts are compatible with the HCP,
except for the heater plates and bezel.
IR port
Temperature
Key
LEDs
Timer key
Timer keys
Note: The illustrations
for these service
procedures are of the 4slot full size UHC-P. The
procedures are similar
for the 2-slot and the
narrow models.
Figure 1: UHC-P cabinet
1.2 Theory of Operation
The CABINET operates on 208-250VAC 50 or 60 cycle single-phase power. The main switch
activates a relay, which supplies line voltage to two distribution boards, two cooling fans and a 12volt transformer, which supplies a power supply. The power supply provides 5VDC to the
communication board and the distribution boards.
A ribbon cable connects the communication board to both distribution boards, connecting at J9.
Ribbon cables, which carry 5V DC, also connect the distribution boards to the displays. The
resistance of RTDs attached to the heater plates is monitored by the distribution boards. The board
switches power through solid-state relays to the heater plates when the resistance, which is used as
an indicator of temperature, falls out of the range for the product held in the cabinet.
The switch, transformer, communication board, cooling fans and power supply are mounted under
the top of the unit. There is a small dark lens portal on the upper right side of the cabinet, which
allows infrared communication between the cabinet and a Palm Pilot. The distribution boards are
mounted on the left side (as viewed from the front).
The parameters for holding temperatures are transferred to the cabinet’s communication board via a
Palm Pilot with special CABINET software. All programming of the cabinet is done on the Palm.
1-1
Cabinet Service Procedures
1.3 Start Up Indicators and Test Points
Upon startup, the communication board beeps. On the
distribution boards, an LED flashes rapidly for a few
seconds and then slows to one flash every two seconds.
The displays will show the version number of the
cabinet’s firmware and then the slot’s status.
LED
1-2
Cabinet Service Procedures
2 Service Procedures
DANGER: Failure to disconnect the power supply before servicing could result in serious
injury or death. The cabinet power switch DOES NOT disconnect all incoming power to the
cabinet.
The top is held
in place by
screws behind
the side panel.
Tab and screw
securing top
Remove the
bottom screw
and loosen
the top one to
tilt out the
front panel.
Figure 2: Four sheet metal tabs hold the top in place.
Remove these screws at each corner and lift off the
top.
The side panels are
secured with two
screws at the base.
Figure 1: The side panels must be removed to
access the component shelf.
2.1 Accessing the Electronic Components
1. The component shelf is accessed by removing two
screws on each side of the unit. See figure 1.
2. Lift and remove the sides, which exposes screws
that hold the top in place. See figure 2.
3. The front panel, which holds the switch and the IR
lens, can be rotated forward by removing a screw on
either side and loosening two others. See figure 3.
With the removal of four more screws, the
component shelf will slid forward if necessary.
2-1
Figure 3: Remove the screws which secure the
component shelf, allowing the shelf to be pulled
forward.
Cabinet Service Procedures
Under the top
Transformer
Relay
Fuses
Power
supply
Com board
Fans
Figure 4
2-2
Cabinet Service Procedures
All the components are readily removed. There are no replaceable components on the circuit boards.
The replacement of a display, distribution or communication board will require re-addressing the
cabinet, covered in Section 3.
2.2 Tests
2.2.1 Transformer
1. Disconnect power to cabinet. Remove side and top panels, unless stacked. See the service
procedures for access instructions, Section 2.1
2. Check for 208VAC at the primary, 12VAC at the secondary terminals.
2.2.2 Power Supply
1. Disconnect power and check all terminals and
connections for loose or disconnected wires.
2. Apply power and check for +5VDC at the J5 terminal
on the communications board, using the center pin for
the positive lead and either adjacent for the negative
lead.
2.2.3 RTD
1. Remove the leads from the suspect RTD and test for
resistance. selected temperatures and resistances are
show in Figure 7, a chart at right.
NOTE: After testing, reconnect all leads to their
original positions.
Sensor
(°F)
Resistance
Sensor
(°C)
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
230
240
250
260
106.065
108.224
110.380
112.532
114.680
116.825
118.966
121.104
123.239
125.369
127.496
129.620
131.740
133.856
135.969
138.078
140.184
142.286
144.385
146.480
148.570
15.55
21.11
26.66
32.22
37.77
43.33
48.88
54.44
60.00
65.55
71.11
76.66
82.22
87.77
93.33
98.88
104.44
110.00
115.55
121.11
126.66
Figure 7: RTD resistance chart
2-3
Cabinet Service Procedures
2.2.4 Distribution Boards
1. Check for line voltage
between the heater
plate terminal on the
board and the terminal
block for the suspect
heater. Note: Line
voltage is only seen
when the slot is calling
for heat.
2. Check for line voltage
between the power
input terminal and the
terminal block.
3. Check for +5VDC at
the Power In terminal
between the positive
center pin and either
adjacent pin.
Line voltage between
slot leads and
common on terminal
block with slot calling
for heat.
Line Voltage between
power input and
common on terminal
block.
+ 5VDC between
positive center pin
and either
adjacent pin.
NOTE: After testing,
reconnect all
connections to their
original positions.
Figure 8: Testing distribution board.
2.2.5 Display
1. Connect the ribbon cable from a faulty display to the connector of a properly working display to
isolate the problem to the display or the distribution board.
2.2.6 Shorted Triac
1. Turn the suspect slot off and measure voltage between the suspect heater lead on the distribution
board and the terminal block With the slot off, there should be no line voltage. If the triac is
shorted, you will measure AC line voltage. If the triac is half waving, you will get DC voltage of
approximately one-half the line AC voltage.
2.2.7 Calibration
Calibrate the top and bottom plates in all four UHC slots by performing the following procedure
with the slots clean, empty and at operating temperature for at least 30 minutes.
1. Press the temperature key to ensure the slot is at setpoint.
2. Slide the Atkins sensor into a slot with the sensor facing up to measure the top heater plate or
down to measure the bottom heater plate. Move the sensor to the center of the plate. To get an
accurate reading, the sensor must be within ±1 inch (25mm) of the center of the plate.
2-4
Cabinet Service Procedures
3. Allow three minutes for the sensor to stabilize.
4. Read the temperature on the Atkins meter and compare to the reading from the cabinet, which is
displayed by pressing the temperature key once for the top plate temperature and twice for the
bottom plate. The displayed temperature should be within ±5°F (±3°C) of the meter. If the
reading is out of tolerance, perform the following procedure.
Launch the UHC-P software on the Palm and follow these steps:
Step 1: Tap the left corner
of the display in Setup or
Menu mode. A menu bar is
displayed.
Figure 2: Tap View in the
menu bar and tap Cabinet
in the pull-down menu.
Step 3: The Cabinet
Configuration menu is
displayed. Tap the
Offsets button in the left
corner.
Offset Entry
Examples
Step 4: The Cabinet
Configuration Offset menu
is displayed. The offset
entry fields for the slots are
arranged left to right and
top to bottom
Step 5: Tap on the number
line by the plate being offset
and then the number in the
bottom right of the Palm
display. Use the backspace
key to erase number in the
field and use the keypad to
enter the desired offset.
See examples in Table 1 (at
right). Tap Done.
2-5
Display
Meter
Correction
150°F
155°F
5
150°F
145°F
-5
66°C
69°C
3
66°C
63°C
-3
Table 1
Cabinet Service Procedures
Step 6: The entered offset is
visible on the menu. In this
case we offset the top slot’s
top heater plate –5°F. Adjust
other slots as necessary.
Step 7: With the Palm horizontal and
approximately one foot from the
receiving lens on the cabinet, tap the
Transmit button. The Transfer menu will
be displayed. A message will be
displayed when the transfer starts and
when the transfer is complete.
2.2.7 Heater Plate
1. Disconnect power to the cabinet. On stand-alone units, remove side and top panels. On stacked
units, see Service Procedures for instructions on accessing the top panel.
2. Disconnect the black heater lead and the two RTD leads (brown and red) of the suspect plate
from distribution board. Measure resistance of the heater from the black lead to any terminal on
the white terminal block. Resistance should be 140-150 ohms.
3. Measure resistance across the brown and red RTD leads. Resistance must be within a range of
104-148 ohms. Resistance at room temperature is approximately 107 ohms. See chart on Page
2-3 for resistance at different temperatures. If either resistance is incorrect, replace the heater
plate.
2.2.8 Display Meanings
1. SLOT TEMP HIGH OR SLOT TEMP LOW and no audible alarm. This is normal when
the slot is changing temperature in association with a menu change.
2. LLLL means the RTD indicates a temperature below 50°F (10°C). Unit will automatically heat
at 20 percent until temperature is above 50°F (10°C), then operate normally.
3. HHHH means RTD indicates the temperature is above 255°F (124°C), but below "Open" circuit
resistance, which causes SENS ALARM.
UHC VERSION _ _ _ (version number will vary) appears for five seconds when the
unit is turned on.
2-6
Cabinet Service Procedures
2.3 Removing/Replacing Components
1.
The bezel
holding
the
controller
display is
secured
in the
cabinet
Figure 9: The bezel holding the display is shown removed.
by two
allen and two hex-head screws. The bezel is shown removed (Figure 9). Four screws secure the
display in the bezel. The ribbon cable attaches to the distribution board on the side of the unit.
2. A baffle
(Figure 10) is
behind the
display and it
must be
removed to
Figure 10: A baffle is secured behind the bezel.
feed the
ribbon cable
from a new display through the cabinet framework to the distribution board.
3. After replacing a display, the cabinet must be re-addressed. See Section 3.
2.3. 1 Removing/Replacing a Distribution Board or Communication Board
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove and mark the wires on the faulty component.
Remove the board by lifting it from its standoffs.
Rewire the board.
After replacement of a communication, display or distribution board, the cabinet must be readdressed, which is covered in Section 3.
2.3.2 Removing a Slot
2-7 Figure 11: A faulty slot is slipped from the cabinet.
Cabinet Service Procedures
1. Perform steps in Section 2-1. Disconnect the faulty slot from the distribution board, and terminal
block.
2. Loosen, but do not remove, the screws from each corner of the slot to be removed.
3. Remove wire wraps from wiring harness holding heater and control wires for affected slot.
4. Lifting slightly, carefully slide the malfunctioning slot out of the cabinet. Do not allow the slot to
contact or damage the controls of the unit
below (Fig 11).
2.3.3 Replace Heater Plate/RTD
1. Perform Sections 2-1, 2.3.2
2. Run your fingers around the outside surface of
the slot assembly. There are four raised areas.
These are the setscrews, which hold the heater
plate to the spacer. Punch 4 holes in the
insulation, directly above the location of the
setscrews (Fig. 12).
3. Use an allen wrench to loosen the four
spacer-setscrews along the edges of the plate
(Fig. 12).
Figure 12: Find the set screws under the foil
insulation and push through with an allen wrench.
4. Slide the malfunctioning plate out of the
spacer (Fig. 13).
5. Slide the replacement plate into position.
Make sure the plate is inserted squarely.
Figure 13: The heater plate slides from the
insulation.
CAUTION
Ensure the heater plate setscrews are tightened securely to the spacer.
Tightening the setscrews will ensure the plate is properly grounded.
2-8
Cabinet Service Procedures
3.1 Re-addressing the Cabinet
If any board or display is changed on the CABINET, the unit must be re-addressed. This essentially
tells each board which position it occupies. The cabinet must also be re-programmed with the Palm.
Changing the power supply doesn’t require re-addressing or programming. (Note: Re-addressing a
Narrow unit is slightly different and a separate button-push sequence is provided below.)
The process of re-addressing begins with the Palm. The security level has to be changed to admin in
the Palm software to access the re-address feature. The cabinet must be ON. Follow these steps to readdress the cabinet with the Palm.
Step
ix 1: Tap the key icon
at the top of the screen
(see arrow) to access the
security manager.
Step 2: Use the
Palm's keyboard
feature (see arrow)
to type admin in the
security manager
dialog box. Tap OK.
Step 3: A dialog box
appears, saying the
security level has been
changed. Tap OK.
NOTE: The cursor must be in the blank line of the dialog box to access the keyboard.
Step 4: Tap the Setup bar in
the top left to reveal the menu
bar. Tap View and in the dropdown menu highlight Cabinet
by tapping it.
Button-Push Sequence for 4, 2-slot Units
Step 5: The Cabinet
Configuration screen is
displayed. Make sure that
the proper slot size is
displayed ( 2 slots, 4 slots,
narrow). (NOTE: The buttonpush sequence for the
Narrow unit is different and
covered in Steps 7N-14N on
the adjoining page.) With
the Palm horizontal and near
the lens on the UHC-P
cabinet, tap the ReAddr
button in the bottom center
of the screen.
Step 6: The addresses of
the cabinet's boards will be
beamed to the cabinet. A
success message will
display when the process is
complete. Press 1 Button
will be displayed on each
slot.
*NOTE: Failure to
press the button in
less than 30 seconds
will cause the cabinet
to react slowly to
button pushes.
Repeat readdress
sequence to eliminate
delay.
3-1
Step 7: Press and release the right timer key
on the top slot on front of the unit.
Step 8: Repeat for second, third and fourth
(if present) slots.
Step 9: Move to the back of the unit and
press the left top slot timer key.
Step 10: Repeat for second, third and fourth
slots.
Step 11: *Press the back bottom left timer
button a second time within 30 seconds of
the previous button push.
Step 12: Press temperature key on top front
slot. Verify temperature display and repeat
steps for remaining slots.
Step 13: Repeat step 12 on back displays if
present.
Step 14: Repeat readdress sequence if
temperature displays fail.
Cabinet Service Procedures
Button-Push Sequence for
Narrow Unit
Step 7N: Press and release
the top front timer key.
Step 8N: Repeat for second,
third and fourth slots.
Step 9N: Move to the back of
the unit and press the top
temperature key.
Step 10N: Repeat for second,
third and fourth slots.
Step 11N: *Press the back
bottom timer key within 30
seconds of the previous
temperature key push.
Step 12N: Press temperature
key on top front slot. Verify
temperature display and repeat
steps for remaining slots.
Step 13N: Repeat step 12 on
back displays if present.
Step 14N: Repeat readdress
sequence if temperature
displays fail.
Step 15: Beam over the cabinet
configurations with a Palm,
which holds the restaurant’s
desired cabinet configurations
by opening the UHC-P software
to the setup window.
Step 16: Ensure the dark receiving
lens on the front of the cabinet is
clean. Hold the Palm Pilot parallel
with the floor and aim it at the lens
from no more than one foot away.
Tap the Transfer button.
Tap the TxirDa button.
NOTE: It is not necessary to
beam menus separately. All
menus in the Palm — the
displayed menu and all
others — are moved to the
cabinet with each transfer.
*NOTE: Failure to press the button in
less than 30 seconds will cause the
cabinet to react slowly to button pushes.
Repeat readdress sequence to eliminate
delay.
3-2
The cabinet will beep and the Palm
Pilot will display a message,
indicating a successful transfer.
*All five menus established on the
Palm are now accessible with the
menu key on the cabinet. Note:
Text on buttons can vary between
software versions.
Cabinet Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Causes
Tests
Unit fails to
power up; fans
don’t run.
• No power to cord.
• Blown 20 amp fuse.
• Check for line voltage at the
Unit powers up
and fans run; a
display fails to
light.
• Broken or improperly
• Switch ribbon cable from
Unit powers up
and fans run; all
displays fail to
light.
switch and the transformer.
seated ribbon cable.
• Defective display.
functioning display to failed
component to isolate problem.
• Check for 12VAC at
• Failed transformer.
• Failed power supply.
transformer.
• Check for 5VDC at
communication board and
distribution boards.
• Ensure heater leads and power
•
• Improper wiring on
Slots heat
improperly or
not at all.
distribution board.
• Defective distribution
board.
• Defective heater.
• Defective sensor.
•
•
•
•
Cabinet beeps
continuously.
• Stuck display button.
• Defective display.
• Shorted capacitor on
one or more display.
• Bad communication
board.
4-1
inputs on the distribution boards
are properly seated.
Test for 208VAC input on
distribution board and 208VAC
output from heater leads to
heater plate when the unit is
calling for heat.
Switch power leads from
properly operating slot to faulty
slot to isolate problem.
Check resistance of RTD lead
against temperature chart. See
Page 2-3.
Switch RTD lead from properly
operating slot to faulty slot to
isolate problem.
Test continuity of heater plate.
• With power applied, unplug
each display, one at a time, to
isolate beeping. Replace
beeping display.
• Beeping continues? Replace
communications board.
Cabinet Troubleshooting
Unit locks up;
buttons won’t
respond.
Display shows
Off or Clean
Mode only.
After brief
operation, all
displays dim
except
countdown.
•
Cabinet not
readdressed.
• Readdress cabinet.
•
Cabinet not
reprogrammed
after
readdressing.
• Reprogram cabinet.
•
Failed
transformer.
4-2
• Check for 12VAC at
transformer.
Cabinet Parts
NOTE: This manual covers the UHC-P, the original PDA-programmed cabinet for McDonald’s and the HCP or
Holdmaster, a similar cabinet made for the general market. UHC-P parts are compatible with the HCP, except for the
heater plates and bezel.
5 Parts Lists, Exploded Views
5.1 Cabinet Components
Item
4- Slot Part #
2-Slot
Narrow
1
2
3
4
5
6
*
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
*
14
15
*
*
210-3659
826-2644
806-7904SP
106-4571
106-4225
210-3710
826-2644
806-7904SP
106-4571
106-4225
210-3659
826-2644
106-4549
N/A
106-4547
809-0256
806-7906SP
807-4036
816-0634
809-0581
809-0582
200-3639
807-2473
807-2474
807-4409
910-4876
809-0256
806-7906SP
807-4036
816-0634
809-0581
809-0582
200-3639
807-2473
807-2474
807-4409
910-9452
809-0256
106-4544SP
807-4036
816-0634
809-0581
809-0582
200-3639
807-2473
807-2474
807-4409
910-4876
807-2766
826-2632
807-2766
826-2632
807-2766
826-2632
Description
Left Side Cabinet
Distribution board
Base
Bracket Assembly, UHCII Insulator
Rear Fascia Assembly without Menu.
Component shelf, See page 5-2
Button Hanger Nut
Top Cap Assembly
ON/OFF Switch
Communications port cover
Nut, ½ N.P.T. Locking
Washer, ½ N.P.T. Star-Lock
UHC Cordset Bracket
Pin & Sleeve Cordset with Strain Relief 8073238 and washer.
Cordset, Twist Lock Power Cord (HC-P)
UHC-P Cordset, includes strain relief (China)
Right Side Cabinet Assembly
Slot assemblies, see page 5-3
Power Line Filter, CE only
Palm Tungsten with UHC-P software
5-1
Cabinet Parts
Item
4- Slot Part #
2-Slot
Narrow
Description
*
*
*
826-2633
108-0902
826-2635
826-2633
108-0902
826-2635
826-2633
108-0902
826-2635
Palm Tungsten with UHC-P software and Int’l power adapters
Palm Tungsten with HCP software
Palm Tungsten with HCP software and Int’l power adapters
5.2 UHC-P/HCP Component Shelf
6
7
5
8
4
3
9
2
1
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
4-slot Part #
826-2590
807-3490
807-4024
807-2820
807-2819
812-1306
807-2665
106-9516
810-1164
807-3918
2-Slot
826-2590
807-3490
807-4024
807-2820
807-2819
812-1306
807-2665
106-9516
810-1164
807-4071
Narrow
826-2590
807-3490
807-4024
807-2820
807-2819
812-1306
807-2665
106-9516
810-1164
807-3918
Description
Board, UHC-P/HCP Communications Board
Relay, Omron Power
Transformer, 208-240/12V 60VA
Block, Fuse Omni-Blok
Fuse, 3AB-314 20 amp
Metal Oxide Varistor
Blower, Exhaust
Power Supply
Block, I Plc Screwless Terminal
Ribbon Cable, Communications for UCH-P/HCP
*Not Illustrated
5-2
Cabinet Parts
5.3 Slot Assembly
Item
Part Number
Description
1
*
2
*
816-0584
816-0714
812-1814
106-6577
3
810-1286
Bezel
Bezel, HCP
Heater plate
Heater plate, HCP
Spacer, extruded
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
*
*
826-2588
816-0572
816-0649
810-1286
807-4065
807-4681
803-0370
816-0727
816-0726
Display
Bezel, Spod
Bezel, narrow
Spacer, extruded
Heater plate, narrow
Display, narrow
Wire Rack for 816-0726 (HCP Non-McDonald’s Only)
High-side tray, (HCP Non-McDonald’s Only)
Low-side tray, (HCP Non-McDonald’s Only)
5-3
Cabinet Wiring Diagrams
6 Wiring Diagram, UHC-P
UHC-P 4 Slot Wiring Diagram
6.1 Simplified Wiring Diagram
6-1
Cabinet Wiring Diagrams
UHC-P 2-slot wiring diagram
UHC-P N Wiring
6-2
Cabinet Wiring Diagrams
HCP wiring diagram
6-3
Frymaster, L.L.C., 8700 Line Avenue, Shreveport, Louisiana 71106
TEL 1-318-865-1711
FAX (Parts) 1-318-219-7140
PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES
FAX (Tech Support) 1-318-219-7135
SERVICE HOTLINE
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FEB 13
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