Globe Fryer MANUAL V1.Rev 4.indd
Serial #:
Model PF16E Shown
Canada Models
PF10E-C & PF16E-C
Instruction Manual for the
Globe Countertop Electric Fryers
Models PF10E, PF16E & PF32E
Canadian Models PF10E-C & PF16E-C
For Service on Your Electric Fryer:
1. Visit our website at www.globefoodequip.com
2. Or call the Globe Service Department at 937-299-8625 and ask for contact
information for your local service company.
- IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE This manual contains important safety instructions which
must be strictly followed when using this equipment.
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Index
ATTENTION OWNERS AND OPERATORS................................................................................................................5
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................................... 6-8
SAFEGUARDS & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................... 9-10
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................................................10-11
HELPFUL HINTS - OIL DETERIORATION ...............................................................................................................12
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................................................13
TROUBLESHOOTING ..............................................................................................................................................14
LIMITED ELECTRIC FRYER WARRANTY ...............................................................................................................16
GLOBE FOOD EQUIPMENT COMPANY
2153 DRYDEN RD.
DAYTON, OH 45439
PHONE: 937-299-5493
TOLL FREE: 800-347-5423
FAX: 937-299-4147
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© Globe Food Equipment Company, 2014
V1 Rev4 04-14
Printed 04-2014
Attention Owners and Operators
Globe equipment is designed to provide safe and productive processing, cooking and warming of food products as
long as the equipment is used in accordance with the instructions in this manual and is properly maintained. Unless
the operator is adequately trained and supervised there is a possibility of serious injury. Owners of this equipment bear
the responsibility to make certain that this equipment is used properly and safely, to strictly follow all of the instructions
contained in this manual, and adhere to the requirements of local, state, or federal law.
Owners should not permit anyone to touch this equipment unless they are over 18 years old, are adequately trained
and supervised, and have read and understood this manual. Owners should also ensure that no customers, visitors
or other unauthorized personnel come in contact with this equipment. Please remember that Globe cannot anticipate
every circumstance or environment in which its equipment will be operated. It is the responsibility of the owner and
the operator to remain alert to any hazards posed by the function of this equipment. If you are ever uncertain about a
particular task or the proper method of operating this equipment, ask your supervisor.
This manual contains a number of precautions to follow to help promote safe use of this equipment. Throughout the
manual you will see additional warnings to help alert you to potential hazards.
Warnings affecting your personal safety are indicated by:
or
Warnings related to possible damage to the equipment are indicated by:
If the warning labels or this manual are misplaced, damaged, or illegible, or if you require additional copies, please
contact your nearest representative or contact Globe directly to request these items at no charge.
Please remember that this manual and the warning label(s) do not replace the need to be alert, to properly train and
supervise operators, and to use common sense when using this equipment.
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Installation UNPACKING
Unpack the electric fryer immediately after receipt. If the machine is found to be damaged, save the packaging material
and contact the carrier within fifteen (15) days of delivery. Immediately contact Globe or your local dealer of the
equipment. You have no recourse to damage after fifteen (15) days.
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY:
• ALWAYS install equipment in a work area with adequate light and space.
• ONLY operate on a solid, level, nonskid surface that is nonflammable and away from sinks and water hazards.
• NEVER bypass, alter or modify this equipment in any way from its original condition. Doing so may create hazards and will void warranty.
• NEVER operate the electric fryer without all warnings attached to it.
NOTICE: Local codes regarding installation vary greatly by area. The National Fire Protection Association, Inc, states in
its NFPA 96 latest edition (see below) that local codes are “authority having jurisdiction” when it comes to
requirements for installation of equipment. Therefore, installations should comply with all local codes. Once your electric
fryer has been removed from the packaging, be certain that all protective plastics and residues are
removed from all surfaces.
PROPER GROUNDING
THIS MACHINE IS PROVIDED WITH A THREE-PRONG GROUNDING PLUG. THE OUTLET TO WHICH THIS PLUG
IS CONNECTED MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED. IF THE RECEPTACLE IS NOT THE PROPER GROUNDING
TYPE, CONTACT AN ELECTRICIAN. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR
REMOVE THE THIRD GROUND PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD OR USE ANY ADAPTER PLUG (Fig. 6-1 and
Fig. 6-2).
Fig. 6-1 Correct
Fig. 6-2 Incorrect
1. Complete the intallation/warranty registration online at:
www.globefoodequip.com/support/warranty-registration-form.
2. Electric fryer outside covering/containment unit, oils and baskets will be HOT during and after use. Use
caution when approaching the unit.
Electrical
Model PF10E
The PF10E -120V Fryer is wired to use with a standard 120VAC receptacle and may be plugged in any convenient
outlet. (USA only) This unit requires 14.2 amps to produce 1700 watts and should be used on a dedicated circuit.
Models PF16E & PF32E
The PF16E & PF32E -208/240V Fryers. (USA only) The PF16E requires 15.8A to produce 2900W-3800W and should be
on a dedicated service. (USA only) The PF32E requires 31.6A to produce 5800W-7600W and should be on a dedicated
service.
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Installation
The installation of the electric fryer must conform to the NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE AND ALL LOCAL
ELECTRIC CODES AND ORDINANCES AND ALL THE LOCAL ELECTRICAL COMPANY RULES AND
REGULATIONS. APPROVED FIRE SAFETY AND HOOD SYSTEMS SHOULD BE INSTALLED ACCORDING TO
NFPA 96 STANDARDS.
Note: Double Fryers (i.e. PF32E) have individually controlled heating elements, and dual power supply
must be provided.
INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY OF THE ELECTRIC FRYER
1. Read this manual thoroughly before installation and operation. DO NOT proceed with installation and operation if you have any questions or do not understand anything in this manual. Contact your local representative or Globe first.
2. Remove the electric fryer from the box. Once your fryer has been removed from the
packaging, be certain that all protective plastics and residues are removed from all surfaces.
3. Inspect the fryer to ensure all parts have been provided.
4. Select a location for the fryer that has a level, solid, nonskid surface that is nonflammable and away
from water hazards or sinks, and is in a well-lighted work area away from visitors.
5. Install the fryer in its location with at least 6'' between the appliance and the walls or other objects.
6. Proper connections and power supply are essential for efficient performance.
7. Make sure that your fryer is installed in a well ventilated area. Also make sure to take care in placing the fryer
in an area that is open and not underneath a cabinet or any other overhang other than a vent hood.
This equipment, oil and its contents get EXTREMELY HOT so make sure all flammable/
combustible materials are set away from this equipment.
COMMISSIONING:
Commissioning of your new electric fryer is of the utmost importance. Commissioning is the thorough and
methodical testing of the equipment, sub systems, and systems to ensure that the final product functions properly
and safely at the work site. By identifying any potential problems (i.e.: equipment location, ventilation, local fire/
electrical codes, installation, operator training and certification) prior to equipment being placed into service, costly
outages and potential damages may be avoided.
SAFETY ALWAYS.
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Installation
Feet
Install feet by screwing each foot into the threaded openings on the bottom of the Fryer. Failure to use feet will void
warranty and could cause unsafe conditions.
Leveling
Level unit by adjusting the four feet and tighten securely. The adjustable feet have an adjustment of one inch
for lineup with other Commercial Pro countertop lines. Check the feet regularly to make sure they are tight. Also
ensure the work surfaces of the bench/table the fryers sits on are kept clean and maintained to avid any accidents.
Make sure the bench/table is adequately built to hold the weight of your fryer. Empty (without oil/shortening added)
PF10E = 16.8 lbs, PF16E = 19.2 lbs, PF32E = 29.2 lbs.
IMPORTANT:
Suitable Pans: Use only the fry baskets and fry pot provided with your fryer. DO NOT substitute the
baskets or fry pot with any other container.
The fryer electrical head has two locating buttons that need to be aligned (fig 8-1).
Make sure the oil pan is placed into the fryer body evenly, and lower the element into the
frying pot bay following the 2 simple steps (fig. 8-2 and fig. 8-3). Points A, cradles and
guides the head to the fryer body.
Easy push buttons to lock and unlock located on the operator right-side; lift and
lower heating element for cooking or cleaning. Point A is the cradle pin guide. Point B
determines the position of the head in either the working (Drip Oil) position or cleaning
(Remove Pot) position.
FIG. 8-1
Place the electrical head into the supporting cradle brackets placing Points A into
the element cradle pin guide; then gently pull the fryer electrical head forward to
lock Point B into the first position.
Point B allows you to keep the fryer head in the raised (Drip Oil or Remove Pot)
position, or by pushing and/or depressing the button and holding the insulated
element handle, you can also lower the element into the pan and its operating
position.
These steps can be repeated in reverse for cleaning purposes.
FIG. 8-2
NOTE: Point B has two level options: Fully raised 90° (Remove Pot position), allows
pan to be removed; raised to 75° (Drip Oil position), allows for cleaning and draining
oil/fat from the element.
Make sure the fryer is off. It is now ready to be filled with the appropriate oil/
shortening required. For shortening, it is advised to breakdown firstly to avoid
overheating of the element.
NOTE: In the “Off” position, the fryer pot can be filled with the heating element
up or down. Once the pot is full with appropriate cooking oil, carefully lower the
heating element into the pot if up. Ensure the element is always submerged. Once
the element is submerged, the fryer can then be turned “On”. See the operating
instruction in this manual to properly start and operator the electric fryer.
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FIG. 8-3
Safeguards & Safety Instructions
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed. Follow all safe guards and
safety instructions including, but not limited to the following:
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY:
During and after operation, the fryer reaches/has reached very high temperatures.
The oil in the pan and all surfaces will be EXTREMELY HOT. Take extreme
caution when operating. Let oil and unit cool before handling.
• DO NOT operate the electric fryer before reading the instruction manual first.
• DO NOT touch fryer, pot or oil while or after cooking, as all parts become extremely HOT.
• ALWAYS disconnect or unplug electrical power before cleaning, servicing or adjusting any parts or
attachments.
• NEVER bypass, alter, modify or attach any unauthorized parts to this equipment. Doing so may create hazards
and will void warranty.
• NEVER operate electric fryer with a damaged power cord or plug.
• NEVER leave the electric fryer on overnight or for prolonged periods of non-use.
• NEVER use the electric fryer as a heating source for your kitchen, space, or room.
• ALWAYS keep hands, hair and cloth away from heating elements.
• NEVER handle the unit, pot, and oil during and directly after use. ALWAYS allow the unit and oil to cool
completely before handling.
• DO NOT use outdoors. For indoor use only.
• DO NOT Overload the frying pot with oil or food product. Hot oil will splatter causing serious injuries and burns.
• DO NOT pull/yank on any cord to disconnect. To disconnect, turn off all controls, then gently remove plug
from wall outlet.
• Before handling and cleaning – Switch off the power and disconnect from the main power.
Unit must be unplugged and cool to touch. Allow time for the oil/shortening to cool as well; the unit will be too
hot to handle immediately after use.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed. DO
NOT operate electric fryer if unit appears damaged or malfunctions in any manner. Call
customer service for assistance.
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Close supervision is necessary when electric fryer is being used. Operator must be properly trained
on all operational and safety procedures, especially when using near others.
To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plugs or appliance in water, liquid or dishmachine.
Unplug the unit when not in use and before cleaning. Allow the unit and oil to cool before moving or cleaning.
The use of any accessories or cooking pans, which are not recommended by the manufacturer, may cause
fire or injuries.
Do not allow power cord to hang over edge of table or counter, or to touch hot surfaces.
Do not place the fryer in, on, or near open flames, electric burners, heated ovens, or other high
temperature equipment or surroundings.
Do not use fryer for anything other than frying; use with suitable fryer basket(s) and supervision.
Globe takes every care to ensure that all products are safe. Steel cutting procedures used to manufacture
these items results in sharp edges. These sharp edges are removed to the best of our ability however we
insist the operator takes care when in contact with this piece of equipment.
This unit has been equipped with a thermal cut-off safety device to avoid overheating and oil flash point.
Do not use if the fryer oil smokes or gets too hot. Turn “Off,” unplug the unit , and have it checked by an
authorized servicer.
ALWAYS BE PREPARED in case of a fire, make sure to have the correctly rated fire extinguisher near by.
DO NOT immerse fryer in water, as this will cause permanent damage to unit.
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Safeguards & Safety Operating Instructions
The fryer does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Globe dealers or recommended qualified technicians
should carry out repairs if necessary. Do not remove any components or service panels on this product.
DO NOT attempt to spray or pour water in or around the fryer. This is EXTREMELY
dangerous as water and oil create a volatile reaction when combined.
Operating Instructions
Operating the Electric Fryer
Ensure all fryers parts are always cleaned thoroughly before use. Detergents can be used to break down
cooking oil and ensure adequate cleaning. For further cleaning instruction, refer to the cleaning section of the
manual.
Fryer Operation:
1. Fill the pan with oil, fat or shortening until level indicator line is reached.
A. Your choice of oil/fat will influence the quality of products cooked in this fryer. It will also
influence the life of the oil/fat. Please be sure to regularly change oil/fat to maintain best cooking
results and to avoid the breakdown down of oil/fat which will eventually lead to the oil igniting.
- A non-golden color or dark, burnt areas on food may indicate that the oil/fat needs to be changed.
B. If solid shortening is used, pack the fat around the heating element and set the thermostat between
200°F and 250°F. This will ensure the fat heats slowly and covers the element. Failure to do so
will trip the Hi Limit protection switch.
C. It is recommended that for preparation heat up, each day, fat is brought up to temperature steadily,
particular when solids fats/shortening is used.
D. Ensure oil/fat levels are maintained according to the indication marks in the pan. Over filling the oil
pans will result in over flow from surge boiling once food product is lowered into the pan for
cooking.
SURGE BOILING CAN RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE.
PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN COOKING WITH OIL.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE POT WHILE OIL IS STILL HOT. LET OIL COOL
COMPLETELY BEFORE HANDLING.
2. After proper oil/fat levels are obtained, make sure the heating element is lowered into the oil, turn the unit
“On” and set the thermostat dial for desired cooking temperature.
- While preheating, the amber light will stay on. When the selected temperature is reached, the
indicator light will go out.
3. Once the oil/fat has reached the desired temperature, the baskets with food product can be lowered
carefully into the oil/fat.
4. Only fill the baskets half way to ensure the best cooking results and to avoid surge boiling that can result
in injury.
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Operating Instructions
The fryer is thermostatically controlled and will operate according to the desired temperature setting,
ensuring temperatures are maintained through cooking cycles.
This fryer does not come equipped with a timer; make sure to observe
your fryer while cooking each product every time or use a regular
cooking timer, record and repeat your data for cooking of your food
products.
5. Once the food is cooked, carefully lift the baskets from the oil/fat
and allow the baskets to rest on the supports as shown in Fig. 11-1. This will allow any excess oil/fat to drain back into the oil pan.
NOTE: If the temperature of the fat should get too high or if the
elements are left “ON” in the raised position, or while cleaning, the “HI
LIMIT” control will turn off the unit. If this occurs, turn the thermostat to
“OFF” position, allow the fryer to cool and press the reset button on the
Fig. 11-1
back of the control box. To gain access to reset button, unscrew cover
on back of control box. After resetting the unit, to protect reset button during operation,
reinstall the cover over the reset button by screwing it back on control head.
Normal operation can be resumed. Fig. 11-2
NOTE: If the Hi Limit continually turns off the unit, please
refer to the trouble shooting guide.
Low Usage / Between Frying
IMPORTANT: Turn fryer temperature down to 200°F
between product frying to avoid burning oil and causing
the fryer to be manually reset.
For nightly shut-down or non-use storage, make sure to
turn the unit “Off” and dial the thermostat to the “Off” position.
Fig. 11-2
Let the fryer and oil cool.
Once cool, the fryer may be necessary to cover the top of the fryer with a fryer cover/night guard. Fryer
covers are an accessory that can be purchased separately through your fryer supplier or dealer.
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Helpful Hints - Oil Deterioration
Signs of Oil Deterioration:
• Oil darkens with use because the oil and food molecules burn when subjected to high / prolonged heat.
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The more an oil batch is used, the slower it will pour. Oil viscosity changes because of its molecular structure.
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Loose absorbent particles accumulate as sediment at the bottom of the fryer storage container or are
suspended in the oil.
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When smoke appears on the oil’s surface (before the temperature reaches 190° C / 375°F) the oil in the fryer
will no longer effectively deep fry food products.
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When the oil in your fryer omits a foul odor or if the oil smells like the food fried/cooked in it, the oil should
be carefully discarded.
How to Safely Reuse oil:
• Strain oil through a few layers of cheese cloth to catch any food particles. Only do this once the oil has
cooled. DO NOT attempt to do this when the oil is in use or directly after.
• Shake off excess batter from food before putting into the fryer. This will reduce the amount of excess food
particles.
• Turn off the heat to the fryer once cooking is complete. Exposing oil to prolonged heat accelerates the life of
the oil.
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Store oil in a cool, dark place. Once fryers are off and have cooled, cover the fryer with a guard/cover.
• Avoid iron or copper pots or pans for frying oil that is to be reused. These metals accelerate the life of the oil.
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Cleaning Instructions
Additional to what is listed here, refer to all Safeguards and Safety Instructions on page 9
and 10 of this manual.
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ALWAYS unplug and allow the electric fryer and the oil to cool before cleaning.
DO NOT use any cleaning fluids that can be harmful to you, others around you, or the environment.
DO NOT hose down, immerse or pressure wash any part of the electric fryer.
NEVER use a scrubber pad, steel wool or abrasive material to clean the electric fryer.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT OR UNPLUG THE ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE ELECTRIC FRYER
BEFORE CLEANING.
NOTE: During the cleaning process, check the heating
element for crumbs/debris. If crumbs/debris are caught in
the heating element, it could give the thermal cut out a false
RECOMMENDED CLEANING
reading and cause the unit to shut down.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
This fryer was designed for ease of disassembly and cleaning. The fryer should be cleaned after each day’s
operation; however, it may require cleaning more often, depending on the volume of production. A clean fryer
performs better and more safely, produces higher quality product and reduces maintenance costs. When cleaning,
always consider safety first. Ensure all power is off and the unit has been disconnected from the power source.
Allow the electric fryer and the oil to completely cool before cleaning.
1. Turn the thermostat to the “OFF” position, switch the on/off switch off, and disconnect from the power.
2. Allow the oil/fat to cool to a safe handing temperature.
3. Remove fry baskets and clean, using standard dish washing detergent. Be sure to rinse thoroughly.
4. Use the insulated handle on the element assembly, raise heating element(s) to the first stop, allowing the oil/fat
to drain for several minutes and then raise heating element(s) to the full raised position. Be sure that the latch
has properly engaged.
5. Use gloves or pot holders, remove the fry tank and drain the fat. Depending on the oil/fat quality, this can either
be replaced of filtered for further use.
6. For detail cleaning, the electrical head can be entirely removed from the fryer body.
NOTE: The body, baskets and pans are dish machine washable or can be submerged in water for cleaning. Ensure
thorough drying before reassembling.
7. During cleaning please be take care to avoid any damage to the elements or switch on the electrical head.
- Regularly check the power cord for any damage.
- For assistance is disassembly or reassembly of the fryer during and after cleaning, refer to the installation
section of this manual.
NEVER run water over the unit.
An Authorized Servicer should perform any servicing.
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Troubleshooting
ISSUE
Electric fryer not working
CAUSE
Power supply
Power switch has not been turned
on
Plug/cord damaged
Internal wiring fault
Food debris stuck on or between
heating element
Thermal cut out has activated
Oil/Fat is not heating up and
indicator light is ON
Thermostat or heating element
has failed
Thermal cut out has activated
SOLUTION
Check power source
Check that the unit is correctly
plugged in and turned on
Call for service
Call for service
Power off fryer, let fryer cool
and then clean on or arround
elelments removing the food
debris
Power off fryer, let fryer cool
and then clean on or around
elelments removing the food
debris
Call for service
Power off fryer, let fryer cool
and then clean on or around
elelments removing the food
debris
or
Indicator light is ON, but fryer is
not operating normally
Faulty indicator light
Oil/fat has reached the desired/
set temperature
Refer to Operations section of
this manual. If problem persists,
call for service
Call for service
Use fryer normally
If problems persist and the assigned solution does not remedy the issue, please call Globe’s Service
Department at: 866-260-0522.
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Limited Warranty
Globe Food Equipment Company (“GFE”) warrants to the original purchaser of new equipment that said equipment,
when installed in accordance with our instructions within North America and subjected to normal use, is free from
defects in material or workmanship for a period of 1 year. The labor warranty is one year from original installation or
18 months from actual factory shipment date whichever date occurs first. Unit must sent prepaid to GFE for repair.
No mileage or travel time is paid.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. GFE
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
GFE’S OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO REPAIRING
EQUIPMENT WHICH PROVES TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP WITHIN THE APPLICABLE
WARRANTY PERIOD. All repairs pursuant to this Warranty will be performed by GFE Service during normal working
hours. IN NO EVENT SHALL GFE BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES TO BUYER
OR ANY THIRD PARTY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROPERTY, PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS
OF BUSINESS OR PROFITS OR OTHER ECONOMIC LOSSES, OR STATUTORY OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES,
WHETHER IN NEGLIGENCE, WARRANTY, STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE.
This warranty is given only to the first purchaser from a retail dealer. No warranty is given to subsequent transferees.
This warranty does not cover product failures caused by: failure to maintain, neglect, abuse, damage due to excess
water, fire, normal wear, improper set up and use. Periodic maintenance is not covered.
This warranty is not in force until such time as a properly completed, digitally signed, and Installation/Warranty
Registration has been received by GFE within 30 days from the date of installation. Complete the online warranty
registration at: www.globefoodequip.com/support/warranty-registration-form.
Proof of purchase is required if extended more than 1 year from date of shipment from the factory
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY PROVISIONS ARE A COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT BETWEEN
THE BUYER AND SELLER. GFE NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSONS TO ASSUME FOR
IT ANY OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH SAID EQUIPMENT.
Example of items not covered under warranty, but not limited to just these items:
1.
Acts of God, fire, water damage, burglary, accident, theft.
2.
Freight damage.
3.
Improper installation or alteration of equipment.
4.
Use of generic or after market parts.
5.
Repairs made by anyone other than a GFE designated servicer.
6.Lubrication.
7.
Expendable wear parts, adjustable feet, blown fuses, lamps, etc.
8.
Cleaning of equipment.
9.
Misuse or abuse.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
SCAN THE QR CODE WITH YOUR MOBILE DEVICE OR GO TO
WWW.GLOBEFOODEQUIP.COM
TO FILL OUT AND SUBMIT YOUR WARRANTY REGISTRATION.
WWW.GLOBEFOODEQUIP.COM/SUPPORT/WARRANTY-REGISTRATION-FORM
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