INSTRUCTIONS-CEG GRIDDLE-THER

INSTRUCTIONS-CEG GRIDDLE-THER
Fine Cooking Equipment For Over 70 Years
Installation,
Operation &
Maintenance
Instructions
CEG SERIES THERMOSTATIC GRIDDLES
For Your Safety
Warning!
Do NOT store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors and liquids
in the vicinity of this, or any other
equipment.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death.
Read the installation, operation and maintenance instructions
thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
To Purchaser
After installation of your griddle, immediately contact your local gas supplier to obtain information in
the event the user of your equipment smells gas. This information must be posted in a prominent
location.
To User
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE USE
Upon receipt of this griddle, inspect it thoroughly for any damage which may have occurred during
shipment. If damage is observed, contact the delivery agency immediately.
1. Preparation For Installation: Safe and satisfactory operation of the griddle depends, to a great extent, upon
it’s proper installation. It should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code Z223.1, these
instructions, and applicable State and Local Codes.
Installation must be made by a licensed plumber.
Initial setup must be made by a licensed service company.
A gas pressure regulator is supplied with your griddle. The regulator must be installed before connecting
griddle to gas supply line. Please note: air vent can plug with grease, thereby shutting gas supply off.
Install regulator in a drip-free area.
The griddle and it’s individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.45 kPa).
The griddle must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing it’s individual manual shutoff
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2
psig (3.45 kPa).
2. Clearances And Ventilation: This griddle is designed for installation in non-combustible locations only with
4” clearance from sides and 6” clearance from back.
The Connerton Company
1131 E. Wakeham Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705-4145
Telephone: (714) 547-9218 Fax: (714) 547-1969
www.connertoncompany.com
Keep equipment area free and clear from combustibles.
The area in front of, and above the griddle must be clear to avoid obstruction of flow of combustion and
ventilation air. Means must be provided for adequate air supply and adequate clearance for air openings into
the combustion chamber.
Adequate clearances must be provided in front and sides of the griddle for servicing and proper operation.
It is important that the griddle be installed under an exhaust hood which is adequate to remove the
products of combustion and cooking vapors. Sufficient make-up air must also be provided to the space
where the griddle is located to replace that removed through the exhaust hood.
3. Gas Piping: Make sure the gas pressure regulator supplied with the griddle is installed correctly. Connect
outlet side of regulator to griddle. The regulator is set at 4 inches w.c. on natural gas and 11 inches w.c. on
propane gas. A 1/8” pressure tap is provided on the gas manifold at the front of the griddle for checking the
gas pressure. Please note: air vent on regulator can plug with grease, thereby shutting gas supply off.
Install regulator in drip-free area.
Connect griddle to the gas supply line. Under no circumstances should the gas supply line be smaller than
the inlet pipe on the griddle. A gas shutoff valve must be installed in the gas supply line upstream of the
griddle for complete shutdown and service. Use pipe sealant on all pipe joints. Sealant must be resistant to
the action of L.P. gasses.
For proper performance, the griddle must be level. If legs are provided, adjust feet at bottom of legs to level
griddle. If legs are not provided, seal the base of the griddle to the countertop with silicone.
If the griddle is supplied with casters, the installation must be made with a connector that complies with
the Standard for Connectors for Movable Gas Appliances ANSI Z21.69, and a quick-disconnect device that
complies with the Standard for Quick-Disconnect Devices for Use With Gas Fuel, ANSI Z21.41. Adequate
means must be provided to limit the movement of the griddle without depending on the connector and the
quick-disconnect device or it’s associated piping to limit the griddle movement. Restraining device should
be connected to legs or back of body.
IMPORTANT: Check all gas connections for leaks, using a soap and water solution.
DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME FOR CHECKING PURPOSES
4. Lighting And Relighting Of Griddle:
A. Turn all pilot valves and thermostat knob(s) to “OFF”. Wait 5 minutes.
B. Turn on pilot valves and light pilots. Adjust flame height to approximately 1/2”.
C. Turn on thermostat knobs to operate your griddle.
D. For complete shutdown, turn off all thermostat knobs, pilot valves, and the gas shutoff valve located
upstream of the griddle.
E. To relight, repeat above procedures.
5. Care And Maintenance:
Contact factory, factory representative, or a local service company to perform maintenance and repairs.
Please Note: Contact factory before any warranty repairs are made.
A. To clean griddle plate, use warm water, a mild cleanser and scouring pad.
B. At least once per day, clean and empty grease pan.
C. Periodically, but not less than once every 3 months, clean burner orifices using warm water and wire
brush. Make sure equipment is cold before removing burners and orifices.
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14
9
7
6
2
11
10
12
13
5
3
4
CEG THERMOSTATIC GRIDDLES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
05-476-xx
05-400-xx
05-426-xx
05-450-00
05-301-xx
05-200-01
05-200-02
7. 05-675-00
8. 05-150-00
Griddle Plate
Body
Front Panel
Grease Pan
Gas Manifold
Orifice Hood - Natural
Orifice Hood - Propane
Air Shutter
Burner
9. 05-350-00
10. 00-225-00
11. 05-251-01
05-251-02
12. 00-525-00
13. 05-550-00
14. 00-275-01
00-275-02
Pilot w/tubing
Pilot Valve
Thermostatic Control (right)
Thermostatic Control (left)
Thermostatic Knob Bezel
Thermostatic Control Knob
Regulator - Natural
Regulator - Propane
*** For part numbers ending in xx, specify model size (ie; 05-400-48 for a CEG-48)
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Condition
Probable Cause
Small/no burner flame
Small/no pilot flame
Yellow burner flame
Flame lifts off burner
Too hot/cold
Solution
Regulator failure
Unplug regulator vent hole or
replace regulator.
Thermostatic calibration
Re-calibrate thermostat.
By-pass setting
Adjust by-pass setting.
Plugged orifice hood
Unplug hole or replace orifice.
Plugged burner port
Unplug burner port(s).
Pilot valve setting
Adjust flame height.
Plugged pilot tip
Unplug pilot ports.
Improper air shutter setting
Increase air shutter setting until
flame is blue.
Enlarged orifice hood
Replace w/correct orifice.
Improper air shutter setting
Decrease air shutter setting
until flame sits on burner.
Plugged orifice hood
Unplug orifice hole or replace orifice.
Improper level setting
Adjust level w/feet or shims.
Improper control setting
Adjust control setting or replace
control.
Improper level setting
Adjust level w/feet or shims.
Thermostatic calibration
Re-calibrate thermostat and by-pass.
LIMITED WARRANTY
The Connerton Company warrants to the original user for a period of one year from date of installation, not to
exceed 18 months from date of shipment by Connerton, that the equipment manufactured is free from defects
in material or workmanship.
Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to furnishing without charge any part of said product which,
upon examination by The Connerton Company shall prove to be defective. Parts wear is not considered a defect.
The Connerton Company will not be responsible for labor or transportation charges incidental to the replacement
of same.
The Connerton Company assumes no responsibility for failure of the equipment to operate properly due to
improper installation or operation. This warranty applies to all equipment that has been unaltered, properly
installed and maintained in accordance with national and local codes and in accordance with the installation
and operating instructions included with this equipment.
This warranty does not extend to normal maintenance items, including but not limited to, thermostatic
calibrations, air and gas adjustments and adjustments to pilot flames. Proper installation, adjustments,
calibration and initial checkout is the responsibility of the dealer, the owner-user or installer and not that of The
Connerton Company.
Please fill out and refer to the following when contacting the factory:
Model # CEG
-T
Serial#
Gas Type:
Purchase Date:
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