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Installation Manual
Installation and Maintenance Instructions
The MINI
Model Number:
OES 6.08 mini, OES 3.10 mini, OES 6.10 mini,
OES 10.10 mini, OES 6.10 2in1 mini
Cleveland Range, LLC
1333 East 179th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
Phone: (216) 481-4900
Fax: (216) 481-3782
www.clevelandrange.com
Part No. OESMINI-INM REV B 02/11
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors or
liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration,
service or maintenance can cause property
damage, injury or death. Read the
installation, operating and maintenance
instructions thoroughly before installing or
servicing this equipment.
Disconnect power at the main external power switch before servicing or repairing a MINI.
Failure to disconnect power can result in death, injury, and property damage.
ALL SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED
CLEVELAND RANGE AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN.
Do not connect the MINI Combi/Oven-Steamer drain connection to
any drain material that cannot sustain 140o Fahrenheit.
Using drain material that cannot withstand 140o Fahrenheit can
result in injury, equipment damage, and property damage.
This Installation Manual is a part of your new MINI. You must keep and maintain it
for the entire life span of your MINI and pass it on to the next owner of the MINI.
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR REFERENCE
This manual may be subject to new technical developments, modifications, and unforeseen errors.
DO NOT OPERATE OR ATTEMPT TO OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE OR ANY ACCESSORIES WITHOUT READING
COMPLETELY AND FULLY UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUAL
The MINI Convotherm by Cleveland Combi/Oven-Steamers are intended for other than household use.
INSTALLATION OF THE MINI
Table of Contents
Chapter
1
2
3
Page
GENERAL INFORMATION…………………………………………………………………..
1
A. Product Information………………………………………………………………………...
1
B. Model Number…………………………………….………………………………………...
1
C. Serial Number and Equipment Record………………….……………………………….
1
D. Product Information Plate…………………………………….……………………………
1
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS…………………………………………………………..
2
A. Laws, Codes and Regulations.……………………………………………………………
2
B. Inspect for Shipping Damage…………………………………………............................
2
C. General Instructions………………………………………………………………………..
2
D. Install the MINI………………….………………………………………………………......
4
1. Select a Location for the MINI……….……………………………………………...…
4
2. Exhaust Hood Requirements…………………………………………………………..
4
3. Dimensions and Clearances………………………………………………………...…
5
4. Connections……………………..…………………………………………………...…
8
5. Sensible and Latent Heat Values…..……………………………………………...…
12
6. Air Supply……………………………………………………………………………….
12
E. Water Connections for the MINI………………………………………………………......
13
1. Install Water Supply…………………………………………………………………….
13
2. Water Supply Requirements…………………………………………………………...
13
3. Connect Water Supply Lines…………………………………………………………..
14
4. Test Water Supply Lines……………………………………………………………….
14
F. Electric Connections for the MINI……………………………………………………...…
16
1. Install Electric Power Lines…………………………………………………………….
16
2. Electrical Connection Data……………………………………………………………..
16
G. General Information for ALL MINIs…………………………………………………….…
17
H. Install Free Air Vented Drain Lines from the MINI to the Existing Floor Drain…..…..
17
STARTUP PROCEDURE…………………………………………………………………….
19
A. Installation Check List……………………………………………………………………...
20
B. In the Event of a Power Failure…………………………………………………………...
21
C. Startup Procedure………………………………………………………………………….
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CHAPTER 1
GENERAL INFORMATION
A. Product Information
Cleveland Range assigns two product identification numbers to each MINI: a model number and a serial
number. The model number identifies the product characteristics. The serial number identifies the
individual unit.
B. Model Number
1. This manual covers installation of The MINI Convotherm by Cleveland Combi/Oven-Steamer.
2. For further information, contact your Cleveland Range sales representative or Cleveland Range.
C. Serial Number and Equipment Record
During manufacture, MINIs are assigned individual serial numbers. Please provide the following
information when you contact Cleveland Range or a qualified Cleveland Range authorized service
representative:
Serial Number________________________________________________________________
(Write the Serial Number of your MINI here.)
Model Number________________________________________________________________
(Write the Model Number of your MINI here.)
D. Product Information Plate
The Product Information Plate on the left side of the unit lists the model, serial number, electric, and
wiring requirements of the appliance.
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CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
A. Laws, Codes, and Regulations
This equipment should be installed only by qualified, professional plumbers, pipe fitters, and
electricians.
1. The installation of this appliance must conform with:
a. The National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest edition), or the Canadian Electrical
Code, CSA C22.2, or local codes, as applicable.
• When installed, the appliance must be electrically grounded in accordance with the
above.
• NOTE: This appliance is not GFI (GFCI) compatible.
b. The Food Code (latest edition) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
2. This equipment is to be installed with adequate backflow protection to comply with applicable
federal, state and local codes.
3. This equipment is to be installed to comply with the applicable federal, state, or local plumbing
codes. Water and waste piping connections shall comply with the latest edition of the international
plumbing code, International Code Council (ICC) or the uniform Plumbing Code, International
Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO)
4. Installation instructions must be read in their entirety before starting installation of this
appliance.
5. Install this appliance according to the policies and procedures outlined in this manual.
6. Installation must comply with all local fire and health codes.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance of this appliance, or installation of
a damaged appliance can result in DEATH, INJURY, EQUIPMENT DAMAGE, and void the warranty.
NEVER install damaged appliances, equipment, or accessories.
ALWAYS have installation and service performed by qualified Cleveland Range authorized personnel.
B. Inspect for Shipping Damage
•
If the appliance is damaged or damage is suspected:
1) Submit a Damage Claim to the Shipper immediately.
2) Inform your dealer at once.
3) Inform Cleveland Range in writing within three (3) days.
Operating this appliance out of level can cause DEATH, INJURY, and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
This appliance must be level both front-to-back and side-to-side in all installations.
NEVER operate this appliance out of level.
If this appliance is suspected to be out of level, shut it down at once and call your qualified
Cleveland Range authorized service agency immediately.
C. General Instructions
1. Select the MINI’s operating location.
2. Complete the water, drain, and electric lines before positioning and leveling the MINI.
3. Position and level the MINI.
4. Connect the utility lines after positioning and leveling the MINI.
5. Call Cleveland Range at 216-481-4900 for the Free Start-Up Program’s Performance Checkout.
6. After Setup and Performance Checkout, the MINI should provide years of reliable operation.
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Improper lifting can result in DEATH, INJURY, AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
Use enough workers with training and experience lifting heavy equipment to place
MINIs on supporting surfaces, and lift and handle MINIs and accessories.
Operating an out of level MINI can cause DEATH, INJURY, and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
MINIs must be level both front-to-back and side-to-side in all installations.
NEVER operate an out of level MINI.
If a MINI is suspected to be out of level, shut it down at once and call you qualified
Cleveland Range authorized service agency at once.
All clearance requirements above, below, and around the MINI are the same for noncombustible locations as for combustible locations.
Failure to maintain required clearances and additional distances as needed can result
INJURY and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
Consult manufacturers’ literature, and sales and service agencies as needed.
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D. Install the MINI
1. Select a Location for the MINI
a. For safe and efficient operation, observe the following criteria when selecting an
operating location for a MINI
b. Transport the MINI on its pallet.
c. Passages and doors must be high enough and wide enough for a MINI and its pallet. See
Table 2-1.
d. Location selected must be capable of supporting a MINI. See Table 2-1.
e. The area MUST be free from and clear of combustible materials.
f. KEEP THE MINI AREA FREE AND CLEAR FROM COMBUSTIBLES.
g. Level the floor if needed.
h. The operating surface must be level enough to allow leveling a MINI with its adjustable
legs.
i. A MINI MUST be level both front to back and side to side.
j. Position the MINI so it will not tip or slide.
k. The ambient temperature should be within 40° and 95° F.
l. Proper air supply for ventilation is REQUIRED for and CRITICAL to safe, efficient
operation of a MINI.
m. Operating Clearances: Sides and Rear - 3".
n. Service Clearance: Above - 20”.
o. Allow for sufficient distance if a "high heat source" (e.g. broiler) is located next to the unit
p. Allow for sufficient clearance on left side for service access. Contact Cleveland Range at
216-481-4900 for recommendations.
q. Allow extra clearance on the side if the appliance has the optional hand shower.
r. Installation must comply with all local fire and health codes.
s. Do not install the MINI directly over a drain. Steam rising up out of the drain will adversely
affect operation, hamper cooling air circulation, and damage electrical and electronic
components.
t. Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air. Make sure the air vents of the MINI are not blocked.
TABLE 2-1 WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS INCLUDING PALLET AND CRATE*
The MINI
MODEL
6.08
3.10
6.10
10.10
6.10 2in1
WEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
143 lb
190 lb
190 lb
215 lb
310 lb
22.84”
25.6”
25.6”
22.84”
22.84”
32.65”
36.5”
36.5”
35.83”
36.81”
31.5”
32.1”
32.1”
41.93”
67.38”
2. Exhaust Hood Requirements
a. Install the MINI under an Exhaust Hood.
b. The exhaust hood must extend over the exhaust ports and meet the following requirements:
1) The Exhaust hood must be sized for the cumulative ventilation requirements of all the
appliances in the area under the hood, including the MINI.
2) If an existing hood cannot be used, a new one must be constructed over the MINI.
3) When determining hood size; include Operating Clearances of 3 inches sides and
rear, and Service Clearance of 20 inches overhead. See Table 2-2
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TABLE 2-2 OPERATING WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS*
The MINI
WEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
MODEL
6.08
110 lb
20.3”
31.3”
27.7”
3.10*
157 lb
20.3”
35.06”
29.27”
6.10*
157 lb
20.3”
35.06”
29.27”
10.10*
152 lb
20.3”
30.6”
33.7”
6.10 2in1*
218 lb
20.3”
31.6”
62.48”
*Weights presented presume that the user does not have a unit with the automatic
cleaning system option. The automatic cleaning system option increases both
shipping and operating weights 33 lbs. It increases both the shipping and operating
heights 33lbs of the 10.10 5.5”. Cleaning system increases depth of the 3.10 and 6.10
by .3”. the Easy Touch control option increases height by ~ 1 ¼ inches on all models
except the 2 in 1, where the Easy Touch is standard.
3. Dimensions and Clearances
OES6.08 Mini Dimensions and Clearances
3.00"
3.00"
3.00"
31.88"
30.75"
SMART
C OO KBO OK
ON
OFF
KEY
E DIT
START
STOP
STEAM
C OMBI
H OT AIR
R ETHE RM
TEMP
TIME
PR OB E
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
28.95"
180°
24.00"
20.625"
22.66"
20.276"
Appliance must be installed level
Operating Clearances: Left-Right: 3”, Back: 3”
Service Clearance: Above: 20” (ventilation)
Allow extra clearance on the left side if the appliance has the optional hand shower.
Note: the Easy touch control option increases the height by approximately 1 ¼ inches.
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OES 3.10/6.10 mini Dimensions and Clearances
Dimension (inches)
Model
X
Y
Z
OES 3.10 mini
35.06
31.23
23.04
OES 6.10 mini
34.56
30.57
22.38
X
Y
Z
Appliance must be installed level
Operating Clearances: Left-Right: 3”, Back: 3”
Service Clearance: Above: 20” (ventilation)
Allow extra clearance on the left side if the appliance has the optional hand shower.
Note: the Easy touch control option increases the height by approximately 1 ¼ inches.
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OES 10.10 mini Dimensions and Clearances
Appliance must be installed level
Operating Clearances: Left-Right: 3”, Back: 3”
Service Clearance: Above: 20” (ventilation)
Allow extra clearance on the left side if the appliance has the optional hand shower
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OES 6.10 mini 2in1 Dimensions and Clearances
Appliance must be installed level
Operating Clearances: Left-Right: 3”, Back: 3”
Service Clearance: Above: 20” (ventilation)
Allow extra clearance on the left side if the appliance has the optional hand shower
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4. Connections
OES 3.10/6.10 mini Dimensions and Clearances
OES 3.10/6.10 mini with easyTouch Control
without Automatic Cleaning System
OES 3.10/6.10 mini with easyTouch Control
with Automatic Cleaning System
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OES 10.10 Connections
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OES 6.10 mini 2in1 Connections
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5. Sensible and Latent Heat Values
TABLE 2-2 HEAT OUTPUT
Model Number
6.08
3.10
6.10
10.10
6.10 2in1
Heat Output
Sensible heat output
Latent heat output
Sensible heat output
Latent heat output
kJ/h
1100
1000
1450
1330
BTU/h
1043
948
1375
1261
Sensible heat output
Latent heat output
Sensible heat output
Latent heat output
Sensible heat output
Latent heat output
1450
1330
2030
1850
2370
3700
1375
1261
1924
1754
2247
3508
6. Air Supply
a. Keep all air intake vents clear, clean, and free of obstruction.
b. Observe all applicable codes for ventilation.
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E. Water Connections for the MINI
1. Install Water Supply
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Install the water supply before positioning the MINI.
Water supply line(s) must be designed so the MINI can be moved for service.
Construct all supply lines up to the point of installing the MINI.
Flush the water supply lines before connecting the MINI to the water supply lines.
Use of the supplied strainer is mandatory for warranty coverage. Use of a water filtration
system is recommended. Contact Cleveland Range at 216-481-4900 for details.
2. Water Supply Requirements
NOTICE
Using water outside the limits specified in this manual
without appropriate adjustment in the maintenance
schedule voids warranty coverage.
a. Water Quality
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Check the quality of supply water (described below) before designing the water supply.
Contact a local water treatment specialist for on-premises water analysis.
Minimum feed water quality requirements are listed in Table 2-3.
Poor water supply quality degrades MINI performance.
Softened or chlorinated water damages the MINI by increasing corrosion. Carbon type
filters are required before water enters the MINI if supply water is softened or chlorinated.
6) If a water treatment system must be installed to achieve acceptable water quality, install it
BEFORE connecting the water supply lines to a MINI.
7) If analysis shows that supply water is below Minimum Water Quality:
• EITHER a water treatment system and/or carbon filter must be installed in the line
feeding the spritzer,
• OR the frequency of maintenance and cleaning must be increased beyond that
recommended in the maintenance schedule,
• AND Contact your Cleveland Range sales representative for details on how to
provide water per Minimum Water Quality Requirements in Table 2-3, or how to
increase the frequency of maintenance and cleaning.
Table 2-3 Minimum Water Quality Requirements
Scale Forming Factors
Total Dissolved Solids
Silica
Alkalinity
Concentrations must be:
less than 60 parts per million
less than 13 parts per million
less than 20 parts per million
Corrosion-Causing Factors
Free Chlorine
Chloride
pH factor
Conductivity
Concentrations must be:
less than 0.1 parts per million
less than 25 parts per million
between 7.0-8.5
min
20 µS/cm (50 KOhms)
b. Water Supply System Pressure Requirements
The water supply must provide:
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•
A minimum dynamic pressure of 35 psi (2.4 kg/cm )
•
A maximum static pressure of 60 psi (4.1 kg/cm ).
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3. Connect Water Supply Lines
The Installer/Owner is responsible for the correct water connection of the MINI. When connecting
water supply lines observe the following instructions, and any and all other applicable national,
state, and local codes and regulations:
a. Connect the MINI to COLD WATER
b. Never connect the MINI to HOT WATER! The condenser system will not work properly if
connected to HOT or WARM water.
c. The water supply must have a minimum dynamic (flow) pressure of 35 psi (2.4 kg/cm²) and a
maximum static pressure of 60 psi (4.1 kg/cm²).
d. If the static pressure is above 60 psi, a pressure regulator must be used and set at
approximately 50 psi. Pressure above 60 psi can damage solenoid valves.
e. MINIs have one connection point for incoming water. See Figure 2-1.
f. Stacked MINIs may be connected to the water supply as shown in Figure 2-2.
g. Water supply must meet the minimum requirements shown in the Warranty and Table 2-3.
Install a water treatment system as needed.
h. Installation Requirements:
1) Apply non-hardening pipe thread sealant to all the threaded connections except the ¾”
GHT Female (Garden Hose Thread or National Hose Thread) connections at the Water
Connection. GHT or NHT connections do not require pipe thread sealant.
2) Install a manual water shut-off valve (not provided) between main water supply lines and
MINI supply lines.
3) The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) requires installation of a check-valve (or other
approved anti-backflow / anti-siphon device) (not provided) in all supply lines in
accordance with and as required by local, state, and national health, sanitation and
plumbing codes.
4) Check local codes to determine exactly what type of anti-backflow / anti-siphon device is
necessary to meet local requirements.
4. Test Water Supply Lines
a. Check all connections for proper tightness.
b. Remove rear and top panels to inspect water connections inside the MINI.
c. Open the water supply valves.
d. Check all lines and connections for leaks, both inside and outside the MINI.
e. Replace the top and rear panels and secure them to the MINI before starting the MINI.
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MINI
Air/Water Column
(if required)
Check Valve
(if required)
5
Main Cold
Water Supply
Water Solenoid
Water Connection
Pressure Reducer
(if required)
Main Water
Shut Off Valve
Figure 2-1
Cleveland Range Water Supply Arrangement
MINI
WYE
Fitting
Water Solenoid
MINI
Water Solenoid
Water
Connections
Air/Water Column
(if required)
Water Supply
Pressure Reducer
(if required)
Check Valve
(if required)
Main Water
Shut Off Valve
Figure 2-2
Cleveland Range Water Supply Arrangement for Stacked MINIs
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F. Electric Connections for the MINI
1. Install Electric Power Lines
a. Check the rating plate to make sure the MINI is compatible with the local electric supply.
•
The rating plate is located on the left side of the MINI.
• The wiring diagram and the spare parts list are behind the rear access panel.
b. The electrical supply must match all electrical and wiring requirements specified on the rating
plate and must be made in accordance with the following requirements:
1) The MINI must be properly grounded by the installer, and have the electrical power lines installed
in accordance with:
c.
•
The National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70 LATEST EDITION (USA).
•
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2.
• Any other applicable national, state, or local laws, codes, and regulations.
A main external disconnect switch should be installed near the MINI as shown in Figure 2-3.
d. A separate fuse or breaker sized to meet the line amps required by the MINI should be
installed either as part of the main external power switch or in a separate fuse box.
•
The fuse or breaker and disconnect switch combination is called the “Main External
Power Switch” (Figure 2-3).
•
This appliance is not suitable for connection to a GFI (GFCI). Do NOT use a (GFCI).
e. Install a dedicated outlet for the MINI electrical plug (Figure 2-3). (Plug not supplied.)
f.
Attach a suitable plug to the MINI power cord per local code.
g. Check all cable and wire connections for size, location, and tightness.
h. Replace the top and rear panels and secure it to the MINI before starting the MINI.
M AIN EXTERNAL
POW ER SW ITCH
MINI
D
DEDICATED OUTLET
Figure 2-3
Main External Power Switch
2. Electrical Connection Data
•
See the MINI Rating Plate for electrical connection data.
•
Observe local codes.
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G. General Information for All MINIs
1. Keep the vents on the bottom and top of the MINI clear, clean, and free of obstruction.
2. The MINI must be level. Level the MINI from the bottom: Use the height adjustable legs of the
MINI and a level so the MINI is level front-to-back and side-to-side.
3. Do not store anything on top of a MINI.
4. Operating Clearances: Sides and Rear – 3”.
•
Allow for sufficient distance if a "high heat source," (e.g. broiler) is located next to the MINI.
• Installation must comply with all local fire and health codes.
5. Service Clearance: Above – 20”.
6. Keep the vents on the top and bottom of the MINI clear, clean, and free of obstruction.
7. The factory installed legs must be used and must not be removed.
H. Install Free Air Vented Drain Lines from the MINI to the existing Floor Drain
NOTE: This equipment is to be installed to comply with the applicable federal, state, or local plumbing codes.
DEATH, INJURY, EQUIPMENT and PROPERTY DAMAGE
will result from improper installation of drain outlet lines.
Install free air vented drain lines as described in this manual.
Do not connect the MINI Combi/Oven-Steamer drain connection to
any drain material that cannot sustain 140o Fahrenheit.
Using drain material that cannot withstand 140o Fahrenheit can
result in injury, equipment damage, and property damage.
Notice: Furnishing and installing drain lines is the responsibility of the Owner/Installer.
Notice: If additional drain is required (maximum length 12 feet), use at least 1 1/2” ID piping of an
appropriate schedule and of a material suitable for sustained operation at 140°F.
Notice: Joining clamps may be used to connect same size or larger size drain to the existing drain.
The following restrictions and requirements are critical to the safety of personnel and equipment,
and must not be violated under any circumstances:
1. Do not connect the MINI drain connection to any drain material that cannot sustain 140° F.
2. Do not connect drains from any other equipment to the drain line of the MINI.
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3. Do not connect the drain outlet extension line directly into a floor drain or a sewer line.
4. Do NOT connect the MINI drain directly to drains or to the plumbing of any other equipment.
5. The drain line must be free air vented, have gravity flow from the MINI, and terminate outside the
perimeter of the MINI.
6. Improper installation of drain outlet lines voids the MINI warranty.
7. The drain lines must be installed in compliance with the Food Service Sanitation Manual of the Food
and Drug Administration (FDA) and any other applicable national, state, or local codes and
regulations.
8. This equipment is to be installed to comply with the applicable federal, state, or local plumbing codes.
9. Do not install the MINI directly over a drain. Steam rising up out of the drain will adversely affect operation,
hamper cooling air circulation, and damage electrical and electronic components.
10. The total length of drain and number of bend fittings required to reach the open drain determines the
drain size used to extend the drain line to an open drain.
•
If the drain outlet extension requires 6 feet or less of drain, and no more than two elbows are
required, 1 1/2-inch ID drain and fittings are acceptable.
•
If the drain outlet extension requires 6 to 12 feet of drain, or requires three elbows, then 2-inch ID
drain and fittings are required.
•
The drain line must have gravity flow from the MINI drain outlet to floor drain.
• Do not install a trap in the drain line.
11. Free air venting requires minimum 1” clearance between the end of the drain line and the top of the
floor drain.
Figure 2-4
Typical Drain Layout
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CHAPTER 3
STARTUP PROCEDURE
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
DEATH, INJURY, or EQUIPMENT DAMAGE can result from touching any component
inside a MINI when the power is connected to a MINI.
Whenever possible disconnect the power while installing, servicing, or testing a MINI.
When installation, service, or tests require power to be connected to a MINI; use extreme
caution and every possible precaution and safety measure while testing or servicing the
MINI.
Hot air, steam, and condensate can cause DEATH, INJURY, and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
Do NOT breathe hot air, steam, or condensate.
When checking inside the MINI: Stand to the hinge side and away from the MINI, and
always open the door slowly.
Water leaking from the door gasket can be a sign of a blocked drain.
If the drain is blocked, hot water can accumulate inside the compartment and spill
out when the door is opened causing INJURY and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
When checking inside the MINI: Stand to the hinge side and away from the MINI,
and always open the door slowly.
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A. INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
Table 2-6 Installation Check List
TASK
REFERENCE
(Page Number)
Preparation
•
Check Operating Location Clearances
4,10
•
Test Supply Water Quality
6
•
Verify Electric Power Requirements.
1, 9
•
Verify Exhaust Hood Requirements
4, 5
Installation
•
Check Exhaust Hood Function
4, 5
•
Check Electrical Supply Connection
9
•
Check Water Supply Connection
6-8
•
Leak Test Water Supply Lines
7
•
Verify MINI is Level
10
•
Check Drain Line Connection
10-11
•
Call for your Free Start-Up Program
2
Notes:
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COMPLETED
B. IN THE EVENT OF A POWER FAILURE
Do NOT attempt to operate a MINI during a power failure!
DEATH, INJURY, and EQUIPMENT DAMAGE can result.
Follow the Power Failure Shutdown Instructions
POWER FAILURE SHUTDOWN INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
In the event of a power failure:
Turn OFF the Main External Power Switch.
Turn OFF Control Power Service Disconnect Switch.
If the power failure is prolonged: turn OFF the water supplies.
When power is restored: restart a MINI with the Startup Procedure.
C. STARTUP PROCEDURE
Notice: If the MINI has been delivered when the outside temperature is below 40° F then wait for the
MINI to warm up to room temperature (about 72° F) before operating.
Notice: If the MINI has been delivered when the outside temperature is below 32° F then the cooking
compartment high limit safety thermostat will be tripped. The cooking compartment high limit safety
thermostat must be reset by a qualified Cleveland Range authorized service technician. Wait for the
MINI to warm up to room temperature (about 72°F) before operating.
Notice: Remove the plastic cover from the tip of the Temperature Probe before starting the MINI.
1. After initial installation, check:
a. Fan Guard for correct installation.
b. Hanging Pan Racks for correct installation.
c. Test Water Supply Lines:
1) Check all connections for proper tightness.
2) Remove the rear panel of the MINI to inspect water connections inside the MINI.
3) Open the water supply valves.
4) Check all lines and connections for leaks, both inside and outside the MINI.
2. Replace the rear panel and secure it to the MINI.
3. To start the MINI for the FIRST time:
•
Turn ON the exhaust hood.
•
Turn ON the water supply valve(s).
•
Turn ON the Main External Power Switch.
•
Turn ON the MINI with the ON / OFF key.
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