Model LCR7W - LBC Bakery Equipment

Model LCR7W - LBC Bakery Equipment
Model LCR7W
7-Spit Rotisserie Oven with Wash System
Operator’s Manual
LBC Bakery Equipment, Inc.
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5901 – 23 Drive West, Suite 105
Everett, WA 98203
Phone: 888-RACKOVN (888-722-5686)
Fax: 425-642-8310
Email: service@lbcbakery.com
Website: www.lbcbakery.com
REV D 7/2013
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THIS MANUAL MUST BE RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. READ, UNDERSTAND AND
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL. IT IS THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER/OPERATORS OF THIS APPLIANCE TO TRAIN, SUPERVISE AND
AUTHORIZE ANY PERSON DESIGNATED AS AN OPERATOR. ALL OPERATORS MUST READ AND
UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL.
WARNING
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE
OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS
AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
WARNING
IMPROPER INSTALLATION,
ADJUSTMENT, SERVICE OR
MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR
DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION,
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING
THIS EQUIPMENT.
CAUTION
ALWAYS KEEP THE AREA NEAR
THE APPLIANCE FREE FROM
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.
DANGER
Your LBC Rotisserie was manufactured to rigid standards. The appliance has been tested and is listed by Intertek
Testing Services (ETL Semko) and meets applicable safety and sanitation standards.
A
The responsibility of the manufacturer is to supply suitable, comprehensive instructions and recommendations
for proper operation and maintenance.
B
All operations, maintenance and repair of this or any appliance must be performed by properly trained and
qualified personnel, and all such operations, maintenance and repair must be performed in a diligent manner.
It is the responsibility of the owner/operator to ensure proper training and diligence of any person coming into
contact with either the subject units or the output (product, fumes or otherwise) of the subject units. It is the
responsibility of the owner/operator to ensure that the subject units are installed and operated in accordance
with OSHA Standard 1910.263.
C
A regular periodic program of cleaning, inspection and maintenance must be established and comprehensive
maintenance records maintained. It is the sole responsibility of the owner/operator to establish, schedule and
enforce the frequency and scope of these programs in keeping with recommended practice and with due
consideration given to actual operating conditions.
D
The appliance must be operated within limits which will not exceed its working limits. It is the responsibility of
the user to operate this appliance in accordance with the rules and limits described in this manual and the
published product specification sheet, and in accordance with the directions and instructions of the
owner/operator of the appliance or employer, and in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws
and ordinances.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CHAPTER
PAGE
Read First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Safe Operating Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Equipment Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Control Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Operation
How to Program and Save a Recipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
How to Run a Recipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
How to Use the Wash System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 20
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SAFE OPERATING RULES (Part 1 of 2)
YOU MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS SECTION BEFORE YOU OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE.
Hot Surfaces
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The appliance may be hot. Do not contact hot surfaces in the appliance interior without proper protection.
Contact with hot surfaces can cause serious burns, loss of skin and hair and the use of limbs.
The appliance door may not stay open and may close on its own.
Avoid contact with hot surfaces when loading or unloading the oven. Use appliance mitts to handle spits,
forks or baskets. Contact with hot product can cause you to react suddenly and result in spilling or dropping
the product, which can cause physical harm.
Hot Water and Steam
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This appliance produces steam in the process of cooking. When opening the loading door, hot air and steam
will be released from the oven interior. Steam is very hot and contact can cause serious burns, loss of skin and
hair, loss of the use of limbs and serious injury to eyes and internal organs. Excessive contact with steam can
even result in loss of life. Open the loading door slowly and keep your face and hands clear of the opening.
Steam produced by the appliance can cause the floor to become wet. If this happens, wipe or mop up the
water and alert other employees of the hazard.
Steam and/or hot water may be expelled through the appliance drain. The drain line should be connected to a
proper air gap drain during installation to allow excess water to be evacuated from the work area. Steam and
water from the drain may be very hot and contact can cause serious burns, loss of skin and hair, loss of the use
of limbs and serious injury to eyes and internal organs.
Use caution to avoid slipping when operating this appliance or when in the area of the appliance. In the event
that the drain becomes clogged, continued use of the appliance may result in water spilling onto the floor in
the general work area around the appliance. If the drain becomes clogged and water spills on the floor:
o Stop using the appliance to prevent more water spillage.
o Mop up and clean up any water on the floor in front of the appliance or in the surrounding work area.
o Alert other personnel, employees, customers or observers of the hazard.
o Notify supervisor, servicer or maintenance persons and have the drain unclogged.
In the normal operation of the appliance, product intended for cooking may spill onto the floor. If this
happens:
o Mop up and clean up any product on the floor in front of the appliance or in the surrounding work area.
o Alert other personnel, employees, customers or observers of the hazard.
Sharp Edges and Pinch Hazards
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Use caution to avoid contact with sharp edges. Doors, covers, etc. may have edges that can cut or snag skin
and clothes. Use caution when working on, cleaning or servicing the appliance.
Keep hands and fingers out of the path of the loading door when closing to avoid pinching.
Strains, Over-Extension, Over-Exertion and Lifting Hazards
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Use caution when loading or unloading heavy product from the appliance. Cooked product may be heavy and
result in sprains, strains or injury to back, arms, hands or legs. Do not lift more than you are safely capable of
lifting.
Other Precautions
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Never stand on top of the appliance for any reason.
Do not store anything on top of the appliance.
The oven is not a self-cleaning appliance – do not attempt to burn off surface contamination.
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SAFE OPERATING RULES (Part 2 of 2)
YOU MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS SECTION BEFORE YOU OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE.
Smoke or Fire Hazard
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If you see flames or smoke in or around the appliance:
o Turn the appliance off and contact your supervisor or an authorized service provider.
o Call 911 or contact fire safety personnel in accordance with your employer’s emergency plan.
o Do not open the loading door as this will allow oxygen to reach any flames and may cause injury to
persons, property damage and may cause loss of life.
Do not operate the appliance or any other appliance if you hear bangs, pops or other abnormal noises.
Turn off the appliance and contact your supervisor or authorized service provider.
Do not allow any flammable materials to be put into the appliance. The following materials are flammable:
o Gasoline and petroleum products, including wax and tar.
o Wood chips, wood and paper.
o Flour dust and fine corn meal that can become airborne.
o Charred baked products or any other burned material.
o Animal and vegetable fats that vaporize or become overheated.
Do not operate the appliance if an attached fire suppression system or fire alarm system is dysfunctional or
has been discharged. Contact your supervisor or contact the fire safety system servicer.
If a fire suppression system discharges while you are operating the appliance, turn off the appliance and
follow your employer’s emergency plan, or exit the building or work area.
Electrical Hazard
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Do not operate the appliance if electrical covers are removed or there are frayed, burned or exposed wires
or if any live electrical terminals are exposed. Turn off the appliance and any circuit breaker or disconnect
device supplying electrical power to the appliance as described in your employer’s emergency plan.
Do not operate the appliance if any circuit breaker or fuse connected to the appliance becomes tripped
and cannot be reset. Contact your supervisor or authorized servicer or electrician to correct the condition
before operating the appliance. Alert other employees and service personnel to the hazard.
Do not operate the appliance if you feel an electrical shock when in contact with the appliance or other
devices attached to the appliance. Contact your supervisor or authorized servicer or electrician to correct
the condition before operating the appliance. Alert other employees and service personnel to the hazard.
Improper Operation
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Do not operate the appliance if covers, doors or other components are removed.
Do not operate the appliance if any other person has applied a lock-out on the electrical supply or has
tagged the appliance in a way to suggest that the appliance not be used. Contact your supervisor for
further instructions or refer to your employer’s safety plan.
Health and Safety in Cooked Products
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For the safety and health of those who will consume goods produced through the use of the appliance, use
all caution and diligence to prevent the ingestion of any item or material that is unsafe or unfit for human
consumption.
Do not use the appliance if you see any material floating in the air in the appliance or if you see any foreign
matter in the finished food product.
Do not use the appliance if you smell unfamiliar smells or if you smell any odor that you know to be
unhealthy.
Do not under-cook any product that can carry bacteria such as but not limited to e-coli, salmonella or any
other pathogen.
Do not cook, roast or handle any meat or meat product that contains any known diseases or pathogens.
In all cases, follow all food-safe practices as mandated by law and your employer.
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EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
Exterior Dimensions
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38.4” [975mm] Height
38.9” [988mm] Width
31.3” [795mm] Depth
NOTE 1: The depth shown is for the LCR7W-2D two-door (pass through) oven and excludes handles. For the
LCR7W-1D single-door oven, add 0.6” [15mm].
NOTE 2: The height shown excludes the legs, casters or stand. For countertop legs add 4.0” [102mm]. For
floor legs add 6.0” [152mm]. For casters add 4.5” [114mm]. For the stand add 32.1” [815mm].
Construction
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The exterior top, front, rear and sides are constructed of stainless steel, as is the oven cook cavity (including
the carousel parts, dip plates, forks, spits and baskets). The underside is constructed of stainless steel and
corrosion-resistant aluminized steel.
The loading doors include double-pane tempered safety glass with a low-energy coating for increased
efficiency. The inner panes are hinged to make cleaning easier.
The oven cook cavity is insulated with high-temp insulation for reduced heat loss and increased energy
efficiency.
High-output halogen lamps are located at the upper front and rear of the oven to thoroughly illuminate the
cook chamber for easy viewing.
Performance
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Fast-acting heater elements are utilized for energy-efficient convective cooking.
Top-mounted fans thoroughly circulate convection air for even browning of the food product.
Capacity
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28—35 Chicken Capacity
Controls
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Simple, intuitive and easy-to-understand layout.
Large displays for time, temperature and recipe number.
Sear, roast and warm/hold event buttons to facilitate recipe setups.
Up to 3-event recipe capability.
Storage for up to 20 recipes.
6 quick-select buttons for your most-frequently-used recipes.
Carousel and interior fans automatically stop when loading door is opened and automatically resume when
door is closed.
Press-and-hold jog button to rotate carousel while door is open for easier loading and unloading.
Buzzer alarm to indicate end of cook cycle.
Single start button for wash-down feature with choices for standard wash (1X) and heavy wash (2X).
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CONFIGURATIONS
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Countertop or
Floor Mount
LCR7W Rotisserie
Countertop: 4.0” [102mm] Legs
Floor: 6.0” [152mm] Legs or
3.5” [89mm] Swivel Casters with
Brakes
Stand or
Cabinet Mount
LCR7W Rotisserie
LST7 Stand or
LST7W Enclosed Cabinet
Stacked Appliances
Combinations:
2 ea LCR7W Rotisseries or
1 ea LCR7W Rotisserie + 1 ea LHC7W Holding Cabinet
NOTE: When a Rotisserie is stacked with a Holding
Cabinet, it may be installed on the top or bottom.
6.0” [152mm] Legs or
3.5” [89mm] Swivel Casters with
Brakes
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CONTROL OVERVIEW (Part 1 of 3)
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See pages 9 & 10 for more thorough descriptions of the features shown below.
E1. Quick-Select Buttons
Easy access to most-frequentlyused recipes
E1. Recipe Indicator Light
Illuminates to indicate when a
quick-select recipe has been
opened
E1. Recipe Arrow
Buttons & Display
Use arrow button to
scroll through recipes;
recipe number will
appear in display
E3. Recipe Save Button
Save up to 20 recipes
C. Actual Temp Display
C. Set Point Display
C. Set Point Arrow Buttons
Use to adjust temp set point
B. Change Temperature Scale
Simultaneously press-and-hold
up and down arrows for
3 seconds to change scale
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from F to C and back
D. Timer Display
E2. Cook Event Buttons
Press to access existing
settings or to program
new settings for sear,
roast and warm/hold
events
D. Timer Arrow Buttons
Use to change cook time
A. Power Button
G. 1X/2X Indicators
Illuminate to indicate
the type of wash
selected (normal
or heavy)
D. Timer Start/Stop Button
Press to start/stop cook timer;
Press-and-hold for 3 seconds to
reset timer
F. Jog Button
Press-and-hold this button to
adjust carousel position when
loading door is open
G. Wash Button
Press to start or stop
the wash cycle
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CONTROL OVERVIEW (Part 2 of 3)
NOTICE
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During the first few hours of operation, you may
notice a small amount of smoke coming from the
rotisserie and/or a faint odor. This is normal in a
new oven and will disappear after a few hours of
use.
A
Power Button. Press this button to turn the oven on or off. The Power indicator light will remain on
whenever the appliance is connected to an electrical supply.
B
Change Temperature Scale. The oven can display temperatures in either F or C. To change from one
scale to the other, simultaneously press-and-hold both Set Point arrows for 3 seconds. Unless selected
otherwise, this scale will remain active for all future startups. Saved recipes will automatically change to
the selected scale.
C
Set Point and Actual Temperature. Use the set point arrows to enter the desired temperature, which
will appear in the adjacent set point display. The oven will heat or cool to match the set point and the
oven temperature will appear in the actual temp display
D
Cook Timer. The timer start/stop and reset button can be used in the following ways:
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1
Start the Timer. Press the start/stop button once to start the timer. When the timer is counting,
the timer colon will flash. If the loading door is opened while the timer is counting, the
countdown will automatically pause. The countdown will resume when the door is closed. A
buzzer will sound when the timer has counted to zero. Press any button on the control to silence
the buzzer.
2
Stop the Timer. If the timer is counting, press the start/stop button again to stop the countdown.
When the timer is stopped, the entire timer display will also flash.
3
Reset the Timer. Press-and-hold the button to reset the timer.
4
Jog Feature. If the loading door is open, the cook timer button will function as a jog button. See
the Jog Button description in this section.
Recipe Features
1
Storage and Quick-Select Buttons. Up to 20 recipes may be stored. Six large, numbered QuickSelect buttons allow easy access to your most-frequently-used recipes with a single button push.
All recipes can be accessed with the Program Select arrows. The recipe numbers will appear in the
adjacent display as you advance through the recipes.
2
Cook Step Buttons. The sear, roast and warm/hold buttons allow you to create up to 3 cooking
steps. (NOTE: The set point and timer values for all 20 recipes have been factory-programmed for
your convenience. These values may be used as is or changed as needed.)
3
Save Button. Press the save button twice to save the recipe.
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CONTROL OVERVIEW (Part 3 of 3)
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Jog Button. Press-and-hold this button to rotate the carousel while the loading door is open. You can
also rotate the carousel by closing the door.
G
Wash Button. Press this button to begin the wash cycle. (NOTE: The oven must be at the proper
temperature before the wash cycle can begin. There may be a waiting period as the oven automatically
heats or cools.)
a.
1X (Normal) and 2X (Heavy) Wash. Press the wash button until the desired indicator light
illuminates. Press the button once to select a 1X (normal) wash cycle. The 1X wash feature is
intended for daily cleaning. Press the Wash button twice to select a 2X (heavy) wash cycle for
heavier cleaning. To exit the wash mode and return to cook mode, press the wash button a third
time or until both indicator lights are off. When the oven completes the wash cycle, it will
automatically turn itself off.
b. Scrub Alert. During the wash cycle, an alert will sound (3 beeps every 10 seconds), indicating it is
safe to open the oven door and loosen any residue with a scrub brush. A brief scrub will ensure a
cleaner oven at the end of the wash cycle. The wash cycle pauses when the loading door is opened
and resumes when the door is closed.
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OPERATION (Part 1 of 6)
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How to Program and Save a Recipe
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Press the power button to turn the oven on.
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Select a recipe number. Up to 20 recipes may be saved. Buttons 1 through 6 are Quick-Select buttons intended
for your most-used recipes. Recipes 7 through 20 can be accessed with the program select arrows. The recipe
number selected will appear in the adjacent display.
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Setup or deactivate the sear step. To setup, press the sear button and enter a set point and time. If you prefer
to deactivate the sear step, enter a sear time of “00:00.”
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OPERATION (Part 2 of 6)
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Setup or deactivate the roast step. To setup, press the roast button and enter a set point and time. If you
prefer to deactivate the roast step, enter a roast time of “00:00.”
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Setup the warm/hold step. To setup, press the warm/hold button and enter a set point. (NOTE: The
warm/hold step has no time parameter and the timer display will be blank.)
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Press save button twice to save your recipe. The oven will automatically adjust to the set temp of the first
step with a timer value.
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OPERATION (Part 3 of 6)
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How to Run a Recipe
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Press the power button to turn the oven on. (NOTE: The oven will automatically heat to the set temp of
the first step with an active timer value.
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Select your recipe. Buttons 1 through 6 are Quick-Select buttons intended for your most-popular recipes.
Recipes 7 through 20 may be accessed with the program select arrows. The recipe number selected will
appear in the adjacent display. The oven will automatically heat to the temperature shown in the set point
display.
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After the oven has reached temperature, load your product for cooking. (NOTE: When the loading door is
open, the timer start/stop button converts to a carousel jog button. Press the jog button to rotate the
carousel wheel and release the button to stop the wheel.)
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OPERATION (Part 4 of 6)
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Close the loading door and press the timer start button. The timer light and the timer colon will change to
from steady on to flashing to indicate the timer is active and counting down. (NOTE 1: To stop the timer,
press the timer start button a second time. Press the timer start button a third time to resume the
countdown. NOTE 2: To reset the timer, press and hold the timer start button for 3 seconds. NOTE 3: The
timer countdown will pause whenever the loading door is opened and resume when the loading door is
closed again.)
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A brief buzzer alert will sound when one event finishes and another begins. Press any button to silence the
alert.
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If needed, both the temperature and/or time can be modified for the step showing in the control displays.
(NOTE 1: Only the currently-displayed step can be changed. NOTE 2: To save the modifications, press the
save button twice.)
When the buzzer alert sounds to indicate the cook cycle has elapsed, open the door and check the internal
temperature of the cooked product with the temperature probe.
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Either remove the cooked product or leave it in the oven during the warm/hold step. If removing the
cooked product and preparing for a subsequent cook, press and hold the timer start/stop button for three
seconds to reset the original cook settings.
How to Use the Wash-Down System
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Press the power button to turn the oven on.
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OPERATION (Part 5 of 6)
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Remove all cooked product from the oven along with any meat, bones or other debris from the oven
interior. Press the wash button and select your desired wash mode. [NOTE: One press activates the 1X
(normal) wash mode. Two presses will activate the 2X (heavy) wash mode. Three presses will return the
oven to cook mode.]
Once a wash mode has been selected, the oven will automatically adjust its temperature to the optimal
soap-activation temperature. It is normal for the oven to appear to be inactive during this temperatureadjustment step. When the oven has reached optimal temperature, the spray arm will briefly douse the
interior with a premixed soap-and-water solution. The solution will soak for a period of time to allow it to
react with the fat residue inside the oven. At the end of the soak cycle, the oven will automatically rinse.
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An alert will sound after each rinse cycle to indicate that the scrub step is activated. The letters “Scr” will
appear on the control, indicating the loading doors can be safely opened and the interior scrubbed with a
brush or nylon pad. Scrubbing the fat residue loosens it and makes cleanup easier at the end of the wash
cycle. While the loading door is opened, all wash cycle functions will pause, allowing as much time as
needed to scrub the interior. When finished, close the loading door to resume the wash down cycle.
(NOTE: If preferred, the scrub alert can be ignored. The alert will sound for 90 seconds, after which it will
stop and the oven will automatically resume the wash cycle.)
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After the scrub step, the oven will repeat the steps already outlined. They are (1) a douse step where the
interior is sprayed with a soap-water solution, (2) a soak step where the solution is allowed to soak into and
attack fat residue, (3) a rinse step where the soap solution is rinsed away with water and (4) a second scrub
alert. A final rinse ends the wash cycle. (NOTE: When the wash cycle has completed, the oven will
automatically shut off.)
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When the wash cycle is complete, remove the outer drip plates. The plates hang loosely inside the oven;
no tools are required for this step. Do not be concerned if cooking residue remains on the plates; it will be
loose and will come off easily. It is recommended that residue be scraped with a plastic (non-metal) scraper
into a disposing receptacle before washing with regular dish-washing soap and warm water.
Outer
Drip Plates
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OPERATION (Part 6 of 6)
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After removing the outer drip plates, remove the inner drip plates. For easier removal, hand-turn the
spray arm as shown. The plates hang loosely inside the oven; no tools are required for this step. Follow the
scraping and cleaning instructions outlined in the previous step.
Hand-turn
Spray Arm to
this position
Inner Drip Plates
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After removing the inner drip plates, inspect the grease catch pan and drain screen. Both are located
under the drip plates. Remove any product debris that may have accumulated in these areas.
Drain Screen
Grease Catch Pan
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Once weekly (minimum), remove the fan guard and ceiling panel and clean the upper and lower surfaces.
Both parts are located at the inner ceiling of the oven and are retained with thumb nuts.
Ceiling Panel
Fan Guard
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Clean the remainder of the oven interior with warm, soapy water and a soft rag before replacing drip
plates, ceiling panel and fan guard.
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MAINTENANCE
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WARNING
KEEP WATER AND SOLUTIONS OUT OF
CONTROLS. NEVER SPRAY OR HOSE
CONTROL CONSOLE.
CAUTION
ALWAYS KEEP THE AREA NEAR THE APPLIANCE
FREE FROM COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.
CAUTION
KEEP THE FLOOR IN FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE
CLEAN AND DRY. IF SPILLS OCCUR, CLEAN
THEM IMMEDIATELY TO AVOILD THE DANGER
OF SLIPS OR FALLS.
NOTICE
Never use chlorine-based cleansers on this
appliance. Chlorine corrodes stainless steel.
NOTICE
To maintain optimum safety and performance,
it is recommended that a program of regular
maintenance be implemented. It is the sole
responsibility of the user to establish, schedule
and enforce such a program. Although the actual
service schedule will vary depending on the
environment in which the equipment is
operating, it is recommended that the above be
done by an LBC-authorized service
representative every six months.
After Each Use
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Remove all skewers or baskets from the carousel. Wash them with warm water and soap and rinse with
water.
Daily
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With the loading door open, hinge the inner glass frame outward for cleaning. Do not use abrasive
cleaners or wash pads as abrasives will damage the low-energy coating.
Use the automatic wash system. (Refer to the Operation section of this manual for instructions on how to
use the wash system.)
Weekly (Minimum)
 Clean the ceiling panel and fan guard. Clean upper and lower surfaces. Both parts are located at the inner
ceiling of the oven and are retained with thumb nuts for easy removal.
As Needed
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Empty the grease receptacle to ensure it does not overflow.
Replace the soap bottle when empty. Use only CIP Oven Cleaner, which can be purchased from LBC Bakery
Equipment. See the Parts List section of this manual.
WARNING
CLEANER IS CORROSIVE. CAREFULLY READ
PRECAUTIONS AND FIRST AID INFORMATION
ON CONTAINER LABEL.
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PARTS LIST (Part 1 of 4)
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WARNING
BOTH HIGH AND LOW VOLTAGES ARE
PRESENT INSIDE OF THIS APPLIANCE WHEN
THE UNIT IS PLUGGED/WIRED INTO A LIVE
RECEPTACLE. BEFORE REPLACING ANY PARTS,
DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE ELECTRIC
POWER SUPPLY.
CAUTION
USE OF ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER THAN
THOSE SUPPLIED BY LBC OR THEIR AUTHORIZED
DISTRIBUTORS CAN CAUSE BODILY INJURY TO
THE OPERATOR AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE
APPLIANCE AND WILL VOID ALL WARRANTIES.
NOTICE
Service on this or any other LBC appliance must
be performed by qualified personnel. For an
approved service representative in your area,
visit our website at www.lbcbakery.com or call
our factory toll free at 1-888-722-5686.
To order any of the parts or accessories listed below, visit our website at www.lbcbakery.com. You may also
call our factory toll free at 1-888-722-5686, or fax us at 1-425-642-8310, or email us at service@lbcbakery.com.
Item No.
1
2
Part Description
500W Interior Light
15A Fuse
Part No.
31603-87
30900-01
3
CIP (Clean In Place) Oven Cleaner
72103-05
4
5
6
7
8
Cap, Hose Attachment
Caster (Swivel with Brake)
4” Adjust Leg
6” Adjustable Leg
Carousel Assembly, Stainless Steel
Carousel Assembly, Non-Stick Coating
Angle Spit, Stainless Steel
Angle Spit, Non-Stick Coating
Fork Spit, Stainless Steel
Fork Spit, Non-Stick Coating
Basket, Stainless Steel
Basket, Non-Stick Coating
Loading Door Handle Assembly
Hand-Held Probe Kit
Chain Restraint Kit (Safety Tether)
Stand with Swivel Casters
Enclosed Cabinet with Swivel Casters
Water Filtration System
Scale Stick Filter
Carbon Block Filter
72103-06
72901-33
72901-35
72901-34
180-768-2
180-768-2C
LCR7-SV
LCR7-SV-C
LCR7-SF
LCR7-SF-C
LCR7-SB
LCR7-SB-C
180-781-2
Kit, Rotisserie 5
72609-51
LST7
LST7W
72610-48
72610-48A
72610-48B
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
18
Comments
72103-05 is a carton of 2 each 2.5
gallon bottles of cleaner
For CIP Oven Cleaner Bottle
Includes Probe Hanger
For Water Filtration System
For Water Filtration System
NOTES
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