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hv-100em
convection oven with moisture
INSTALLATION - OPERATION - MAINTENANCE
nsn: 7310-01-600-5659
apl: 43a090038
BLODGETT OVEN COMPANY
www.blodgett.com
44 Lakeside Avenue, Burlington, Vermont 05401 USA Telephone: (802) 658-6600 Fax: (802)864-0183
PN 51702 Rev L (4/14)
© 2014 - G.S. Blodgett Corporation
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alternation,
service or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death. Read the instllation, operation and maintenance instructions thoroughly
before installing or servicing
this equipment.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
The information contained in this
manual is important for the proper installation, use, and maintenance of this oven. Adherence
to these procedures and instructions will result in satisfactory
baking results and long, trouble free service. Please read
this manual carefully and retain
it for future reference.
ERRORS: Descriptive, typographic or pictorial errors are
subject to correction. Specifications are subject to change
without notice.
INSTALLATION
Oven Description and Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Utility Connections - Standards and Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Oven Location and Shipping.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Ventilation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Oven Assembly
Possible Leg Bolting Patterns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Leg Attachment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Oven Stacking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Utility Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Supply Water and Plumbing.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Electrical Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
OPERATION
MenuSelect Control
Control Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Oven Startup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Manual Cooking.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Programmed Cooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Probe Cooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
During Any Cook Cycle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
At the End of Any Cook Cycle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Oven Shutdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Product Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using the USB Port.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Manager Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
MAINTENANCE
Spray Bottle Operating Procedure.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Replacement Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Second Level Programming.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Troubleshooting.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Sequence of Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Component Resistance Readings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Probe Ohms Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Wiring Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Installation
Oven Description and Specifications
Ease of operation is guaranteed through the simple arrangement of the controls. Graphic symbols make the appliance easy for even inexperienced kitchen staff to operate. The Cool Down mode, allows the oven cavity to cool
down rapidly with the door opened.
Blodgett ovens are quality produced using high grade
stainless steel with first class workmanship.
The multiple speed fan, which is guarded against accidental finger contact, is driven by a quiet and powerful
motor. The condenser draws out excess moisture from
the appliance. Condensation and waste water, which result during hydro cooking and cleaning, are continuously
drained.
Cleaning is kept to a minimum. The interior is sprayed
with a self-acting cleaning solution which interacts with
humidity to easily remove crusts and stains. The oven is
designed for easy care and is welded water tight so that
the internal cooking cavity may be rinsed with a hose after
the cleaning process.
The use of high quality insulation impedes excessive heat
radiation and saves energy.
The HV-100EM has legs which adapt easily to slightly uneven surfaces.
The practical oven doors, with viewing windows, have a
wide swing radius and handle which can be operated easily, even with wet or greasy hands.
voltage
hz
kW
440
60
15
electrical ratings
max load (amps)
Phase
L1
L2
L2
3
20
18
18
plumbing specifications
WATER
Water pressure
30 PSI (207 kPa) minimum
Water connection
Water pressure regulator setting
50 PSI (345 kPa) maximum
3/4” garden hose - Cold water only
Preset to 20 PSI (138 kPa)
Minimum requirements
Flow rate of 4 GPH
TDS - less than 100 parts per million
Total Hardness - 80-120 parts per million
Chlorides - less than 30 parts per million
Chlorine - 0 parts per million
pH Factor - 7.0-8.0
DRAINAGE
Drain type
Drain connection
Atmospheric Vented Drain
1” NPT Male
2
Motor
3/4 HP 208-240VAC, 50/60 Hz
Installation
Utility Connections - Standards and Codes
U.S. and Canadian installations
THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED
HEREIN ARE FOR THE USE OF QUALIFIED INSTALLATION AND SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. INSTALLATION OR SERVICE BY OTHER THAN QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE OVEN
AND/OR INJURY TO THE OPERATOR.
The installation must conform with local codes, or in the
absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, or the Natural Gas and Propane
Installation Code, CSA B149.1, as applicable.
Installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70-Latest Edition and/or Canadian National
Electric Code C22.1 as applicable.
Qualified installation personnel are individuals, a firm,
a corporation, or a company which either in person or
through a representative are engaged in, and responsible
for:
•
the installation or replacement of gas piping and the
connection, installation, repair or servicing of equipment.
•
the installation of electrical wiring from the electric
meter, main control box or service outlet to the electric appliance.
Appliance is to be installed with backflow prevention in
accordance with applicable federal, province and local
codes.
Australia and general export installations
Instllation must conform with Local and National installation standards. Local installation codes and/or requirements may vary. If you have any questions regarding the
proper installation and/or operation of your Blodgett oven,
please contact your local distributor. If you do not have a
local distributor, please call the Blodgett Oven Company
at 0011-802-658-6600.
Qualified installation personnel must be experienced in
such work, familiar with all precautions required, and have
complied with all requirements of state or local authorities
having jurisdiction.
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Installation
Oven Location and Shipping
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES
sHIPPING
Installation responsibilities prior to service startup inspection
NOTE: The following parts are shipped with the oven.
You are entitled to a free start-up inspection service by
our factory ASAP. Before a factory representative arrives
to perform a startup procedure, the owner must already
have satisfied the following requirements.
Part #
R10955
33136
52723
52724
R2207
R10889
52728
52596
52713
52734
52715
52349
52648
33196
315
34907
1. Oven(s) are uncrated, stacked (if applies) and put in
place.
NOTE: Please refer to Leg Attachment and Stacking.
Maximum shelf loading - 60 lbs (27.3 Kg)
OVEN LOCATION
The well planned and proper placement of your oven will
result in long term operator convenience and satisfactory
performance.
Certain minimum clearances must be maintained between the oven and any combustible or non-combustible
construction.
•
Oven body sides - 0” (0cm)
•
Oven body back - 6” (152.4cm)
In addition, the following clearances are recommended
for servicing.
•
Oven body sides - 12” (30cm)
•
Oven body back - 12” (30cm)
4
Description
Cleaning spray bottle
Power cord
Drain elbow connection
5’ drain hose
Hose clamp
10’ water hose
3’ water hose
Water manifold
Utility box
Utility line retainer bracket
Vent extension bracket
Cavity vent extension
4” vent extension hose
Seismic legs, set
1/2-13 x 3/4” stacking bolts
Kit, set of ship deck legs
Qty.
1
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
Installation
Ventilation
VENTILATION
The necessity for a properly designed and installed ventilation system cannot be over emphasized. The ventilation system will allow the unit to function properly while
removing unwanted vapors and products of combustion
from the operating area.
When installed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
this appliance must be interlocked with the hood exhaust
system so that the appliance may be operated only when
the hood exhaust system is running.
The appliance must be vented with a properly designed
mechanically driven exhaust hood. The hood should be
sized to completely cover the equipment plus an overhang of at least 6” (15 cm) on all sides not adjacent to a
wall. The capacity of the hood should be sized appropriately and provisions made for adequate makeup air.
Refer to your local ventilation codes. In the absence of
local codes, refer to the National ventilation code titled,
“Standard for the Installation of Equipment for the Removal of Smoke and Grease Laden Vapors from Commercial
Cooking Equipment”, NFPA-96- Latest Edition.
U.S. and Canadian Installations
General Export Installations
Installation must conform with Local and National installation standards. Local installation codes and/or requirements may vary. If you have any questions regarding the
proper installation and/or operation of your unit, please
contact your local distributor. If you do not have a local
distributor, please call Blodgett at 0011-802-658-6600.
WARNING!!
Failure to properly vent the oven can be hazardous to the health of the operator; and will
result in operational problems, unsatisfactory
baking, and possible damage to the equipment. Damage sustained as a direct result of
improper ventilation will not be covered by the
Manufacturer’s warranty.
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Installation
Oven Assembly
Possible Leg Bolting Patterns
There are two leg mounting options. See Figure 1.
36.19 (2 PLACES)
27.94 (2 PLACES)
.875 (8 PLACES)
35.00 (2 PLACES)
35.00 (2 PLACES)
26.75 (2 PLACES)
36.19 (2 PLACES)
3.50 (4 PLACES)
.313 (8 PLACES)
2.50
(4 PLACES)
See page 4 for
part numbers
Figure 1
6
.56 HOLE (4 PLACES)
Installation
Oven Assembly
Leg Attachment
1. Align the threaded stud on the right front leg to the
bolt hole located in the bottom corner of the oven.
Turn the leg clockwise and tighten to the nearest full
turn.
2. Align the leg plate holes with the bolt holes.
Figure 4
6. Tip the oven up on the newly installed front legs.
7. Repeat the above steps for the right rear leg.
Install the retainer bracket before securing the right
rear leg. Align the holes in the retainer bracket to the
holes in the right leg plate. See Figure 5.
Figure 2
3. Install the utility box before securing the right front
leg. Align the holes in the utility box bracket to the
holes in the leg plate. See Figure 3.
8. Secure the leg and retainer bracket with the two 3/4”
bolts provided.
4. Secure the leg and utility box with the two 3/4” bolts
provided.
Retainer
Bracket
Utility Box
Figure 5
Figure 3
9. Install the left rear leg.
5. Repeat steps 1, 2 and 4 with the left front leg.
10. Tip the oven onto the feet and place in position. Level
the oven by screwing the adjustable feet in or out as
necessary.
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Installation
Oven Assembly
Oven Stacking
Electrical
1. Place the upper oven on top of the lower oven.
1. Remove the two screws from above and below the
control panel. Slide the panel out to access the terminal blocks. Refer to page 7.
2. Bolt the two ovens together from behind using the
stacking brackets.
Utility Connections
Transformer
NOTE: Refer to Figure 6 for location of utility connection
on the back of the ovens.
End Stop
Shorting
Jumper
Cavity Vents
Ground Lug
Terminal
Terminal
Block
1/4 Swivel
Elbow
1/4 Straight
Fitting
Figure 7
2. Connect the power cord to the top unit. Run the cord
down the back of the oven, using the provided strain
relief.
3. Then route the cord under the oven, supporting it on
the retainer bracket on the rear right leg. Connect to
the top right receptacle on the utility box at the front
of the oven. See Figure 8.
Drains
4. Connect the power cord to the bottom unit.
5. Run the cord down the back of the oven, using the
provided strain relief.
Water Manifold
Figure 6
6. Then route the cord under the oven, supporting it on
the retainer bracket on the rear right leg. Connect to
the bottom right receptacle on the utility box at the
front of the oven. See Figure 8.
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Installation
Oven Assembly
Cavity Vent Extension
Top Oven
Electric Cord
1. Attach the cavity vent extension using the silicon tubing and two clamps provided.
2. Remove the existing screw and use it to secure the
top section in the bracket. The tabs on the bracket will
deflect for a secure fit.
Bottom Oven
Electric Cord
Utility
Box
Utility Supply Connection
1. Connect incoming power from the ship to the electrical connection on the utility box underneath the oven.
See Figure 10.
Retainer
Bracket
2. Connect the cold water supply from the ship to the
incoming water connection on the utility box underneath the oven. A 10’ water hose is supplied for your
convenience. See Figure 10.
Figure 8
7. Reattach the right side panels once the electrical connections are complete.
Incoming
Electrical
Supply
Water and Drain
1. Attach the water manifold to the back of the ovens.
2. Attach the short water hose from the water manifold
to the utility box underneath the oven.
Incoming
Water
Supply
Utility
Box
Short
Hose
Figure 10
Water Manifold
Figure 9
3. Attach the supplied elbow assembly to the oven drain
outlet on both units.
4. Attach the supplied drain hose to the top unit.
5. Cut for proper length into the funnel drain. Use the
remaining piece of hose for the bottom oven if necessary. See Figure 6 for location of drain connection on
back of ovens.
9
Installation
Supply Water and Plumbing
Specific water/drain connection for City of Los Angeles
Water Connection
NOTE: Must use COLD WATER ONLY.
1. Each drain line from the appliance shall be routed
without dips or sags to terminate above the flood level
rim of an approved indirect waste receptor.
A shut off valve is to be provided adjacent to the oven.
WARNING!!
Operating the appliance without a water
regulator installed will invalidate your warranty.
2. The appliance shall be installed in accordance with
the manufacturer’s printed instructions and the LAPC
and LAMC, 1999 editions.
This product must be installed by a licensed Plumber or
Gas Fitter when installed within the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.
3. A backflow protection device may be required by local codes. If so, install on the potable water system
directly ahead of the appliance. The backflow protection device shall be any of the following: an approved
pressure type vacuum breaker installed at least 12”
above the highest point of use, a double check valve
backflow preventer or a reduced pressure principal
backflow preventer.
Drain Connection
The drain should be run to an open floor drain avoiding
flexible hose that could sag and allow trapped water to
accumulate.
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Installation
Electrical Supply
NOTE: Electrical connections must be performed by a
qualified installer only.
WARNING!!
Improper installation may invalidate your warranty.
Before making any electrical connections to these appliances, check that the power supply is adequate for the
voltage, amperage, and phase requirements stated on
the rating name plate mounted on the appliance.
A strain relief for the power supply cord is provided.
WARNING!!
The circuit breaker that is used to provide power to this
appliance must have a minimum of .076” (3mm) contact
spacing. The circuit breaker must meet all Local and National installation standards.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by a special cord or assembly available from the manufacturer or its service
agent.
All appliances must be installed in accordance with Local
or National Electrical codes.
A wiring schematic is located in the slide out panel.
NOTE: Disconnect the power supply to the appliance before servicing.
Figure 11
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Operation
MenuSelect Control
Control Description
1. START/STOP KEY - press to start, cancel or pause
the bake
2
2. COOL DOWN KEY - initiates oven cool down cycle
3
3. BAKE MORE KEY - press at the end of a bake cycle
to add additional bake time in one minute increments
1
4. DISPLAY - displays time or temperature and other
information related to oven function and/ or programming
4
6
5
5. NAVIGATION PAD - used to enter set points, time,
and programmable settings. Also used to select the
programmed product
9
6. TEMP KEY - used to set or change the bake temperature
7
7. TIME KEY - used to set or change the bake time
8. COMBI KEY - press to enter combi mode
10
8
9. STEAM KEY - press to enter steam mode
12
11
10. HOT AIR KEY - press to enter hot air mode
13
14
11. RETHERM KEY - press to enter retherm mode, this
mode uses steam to reheat frozen or precooked product. Retherm has a temperature limit of 250-300°F
16
15
19
17
18
12. STEAM ON DEMAND KEY - used to initiate steam
injection cycle
13. PROBE KEY - press to use core probe cooking
20
14. FAN KEY - press to select the fan speed
15. LIGHT KEY - press to turn the lights on and off
21
16. VENT KEY - press to manually open and close the
oven vent
17. PROGRAM KEY - press to enter product programming and save programmed settings
22
23
18. ESCAPE KEY - press to back up one step during programming
24
19. MAINTENANCE KEY - press to enter manager programming and save programmed settings
20. ALPHA/NUMERIC KEYPAD - used to program recipes
21. POWER KEY - used to place control in and out of
standby mode
22. CORE PROBE CONNECTION - plug core temperature probe in here when using probe cooking
Figure 12
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Operation
MenuSelect Control
23. CIRCUIT BREAKER - Used to turn power to the unit
on or off
cycle. The timer counts down and the display alternates between the cooking mode and the name of
the product.
24. USB PORT - Used to download programming information from a USB drive
Programmed Cooking
1. Press the down arrow key until the name of the product is highlighted, or use the alpha/ numeric keypad
to enter a recipe number. Press OK to select. The
oven preheats to the programmed temperature in the
correct cooking mode. The display flashes READY /
IDLE and the alarm beeps 5 times when the oven is
at temperature and ready to bake.
Oven Startup
1. Be sure the circuit breaker is pushed in. The display
flashes OFF PRESS POWER KEY TO START.
NOTE: If the real time clock and auto wake up functions are enabled the display reads PRESS
POWER KEY TO START AUTO START.
2. Press the POWER KEY (21). The display reads
PREHEAT and the oven heats to the last manual set
temperature in the hot air mode. The display flashes
READY / IDLE and the alarm beeps 5 times when the
oven is at temperature and ready to bake.
2. Open the doors. Load the product.
3. Press the START/STOP KEY (1) to begin the bake
cycle. The timer counts down and the display alternates between the cooking mode and the name of
the product.
Manual Cooking
Probe Cooking
1. Press the arrows on the NAVIGATION PAD (5) until
the display reads MANUAL.
1. Press the PROBE key (13) to select the probe mode.
The display reads CORE PROBE COOK & HOLD.
Use the arrowsl to select either YES or NO. Press OK
to select.
2. Press the TIME KEY (7). Use the either the arrows or
the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the desired bake
time. Press OK on the NAVIGATION PAD (5) to set
the bake time.
If YES is selected, Cook & Hold has been enabled. In
the Cook & Hold mode, the oven cavity lowers to the
product pull temperature as the product cooks.
NOTE: Time is set in one minute increments using
the arrows. To set time in less than one minute increments use the alpha/numeric keypad.
If NO is selected, Cook & Hold has not been enabled
the cavity maintains the cook temperature.
2. Use the arrows to enter the desired product pull temperature in the display. Press OK to save the pull temperature.
3. Press the TEMP KEY (6). Use the arrows or the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the desired bake temperature. Press OK to set the bake temperature. The
oven preheats to the new temperature.
3. Press the TEMP KEY (6). Use the arrows or the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the desired bake temperature. Press OK to set the bake temperature. The
oven preheats to the new temperature.
NOTE: Temperature is set in 5 degree increments using the dial. To set time in less than 5 degree
increments use the alpha/numeric keypad.
NOTE: Temperature is set in 5 degree increments using the dial. To set time in less than 5 degree
increments use the alpha/numeric keypad.
4. Press the desired mode key, combi, steam, hot air or
retherm.
If Combi or Retherm are selected, use the arrows or
the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the desired percentage of steam.
NOTE: Retherm has a temperature limit of 250-300F.
When the display flashes READY / IDLE, open the
doors. Load the product.
5. Press the START/STOP KEY (1) to begin the bake
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Operation
MenuSelect Control
4. Press the desired mode key, combi, steam, hot air or
retherm.
less than one minute increments use the alpha/numeric keypad.
If Combi or Retherm are selected, use the arrows or
the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the desired percentage of steam.
3. The Steam on Demand LED flashes until the steam
time has expired.
NOTE: 0 has a temperature limit of 250-300 F.
1. Press the VENT KEY (16). This manually opens the
vent until the key is pressed again to close it.
Venting Moisture from the Oven Cavity
5. Insert the core probe into the product. Load product
into the oven and close the door. Be sure that the
terminal end of the core probe is outside of the oven
and clear of the door.
Pause a Bake Cycle
1. To pause a cook cycle, press the START/ STOP
KEY (1). The LED on the start/stop key flashes. The
bake cycle will pause until the key is pressed again.
6. Connect the core probe to the PROBE CONNECTION (22) at the bottom of the control.
Cancel a Cook Cycle
NOTE: Do not connect the probe before the cook
mode has been selected.
1. To cancel the cook cycle, press and hold the START/
STOP KEY (1).
7. The display gives the actual core probe temperature
as well as the oven set temperature.
At the End of Any Cook Cycle
8. When the product reaches the pull temperature the
buzzer sounds.
1. An alarm sounds, the display reads DONE.
2. If more bake time is desired, press the BAKE MORE
KEY (3). This will add an additional one minute of
time for each press of the key.
9. Press the START/STOP KEY (1) to silence the buzzer.
If using Cook & Hold - The cavity temperature continues to drop to the product pull temperature and the
display counts up, telling the operator how long the
product has been held. Disconnect the core probe
and remove the product when ready.
3. When you are satisfied with the bake, press the
START/STOP KEY (1) to silence the alarm. Open the
door to remove the product.
If not using Cook & Hold - The cavity remains at
the cook temperature. The display does not count up.
Disconnect the core probe and remove the product
when the buzzer sounds.
1. Press the COOL DOWN KEY (2). The display reads
AUTO COOL DOWN ACTUAL TEMP. To speed up
the cool down process, open the doors and press the
VENT KEY (16) to open the vent.
Oven Shutdown
During Any Cook Cycle
2. When the oven has cooled down, the display reads
OFF PRESS POWER KEY TO START.
Steam On Demand
While in the Hot Air, Combi or retherm modes, the unit can
be set to steam for a timed period of up to 20 minutes.
At the end of the timed cycle the unit reverts back to the
original setting. Steam On Demand can be used at any
time during the cook cycle.
NOTE: The lights shut off and the vent closes automatically at the end of the cool down cycle.
1. Press the STEAM ON DEMAND KEY (12).
2. Use the arrows or the alpha/numeric keypad to enter
the desired steam on demand time. Press OK to initiate Steam on Demand cycle.
NOTE: Steam on Demand time is set in one minute
increments using the arrows. To set time in
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Operation
MenuSelect Control
Product Programming
4. Use the arrows to select the desired cooking mode.
Choose from combi, steam, hot air or retherm. Press
OK to set the cook mode.
Entering the Program Mode
1. Press the PROGRAM KEY (17). If the control is password protected, the display reads ENTER CODE. Use the
alpha/numeric keypad to enter the manager passcode.
Press the OK to enter the program mode.
If Combi or Retherm are selected, use the arrows or
the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the desired percentage of steam.
Naming a Product Recipe
5. Use the arrows or the alpha/numeric keypad to enter
the desired cook temperature. Press OK to set the
bake temperature.
NOTE: Use the following procedure to name a new product or edit the name of an existing product.
1. For a new recipe, press the down arrow key to the
first open product. Press OK to select.
NOTE: Temperature is set in 5 degree increments
using the arrows. To set time in less than 5
degree increments use the alpha/numeric
keypad.
To edit an existing name, press the down arrow key
to display the name to be changed. Press OK to select.
NOTE: Retherm has a temperature limit of 250-300F.
6. Use the arrows to select the desired fan speed.
Choose from gentle, low, high or turbo. Press OK to
set the fan speed.
2. Use the arrows to scroll down to Edit Name.
Press OK to enter the edit name menu.
3. Use the arrows or the alpha/numeric keypad to select
the first character. Press OK to advance to the next
character. Repeat for all remaining characters.
NOTE: Product names may be up to 10 characters
long and can contain spaces. Use the #1 key
to insert spaces in a recipe name.
NOTE: To select letters using the keypad, press the
appropriate key once if you need the first letter on the key, twice for the second and three
times for the third. For example to enter the
letter L press the #5 key three times.
4. Press the PROG KEY (17). With SAVE highlighted,
press OK to save the product name.
Programming a Product Recipe
NOTE: The control can hold 99 recipes. Each recipe may
have up to 6 cooking stages.
1. Use the arrows to highlight the name of the product
to be programmed. Press OK to select the product.
2. The display reads PRODUCT NAME: STAGE 1.
Press OK to select the stage.
3. Use the arrows or the alpha/numeric keypad to enter
the desired bake time. Press OK to set the bake time.
NOTE: Time is set in one minute increments using
the arrows. To set time in less than one minute increments use the alpha/numeric keypad.
15
Operation
MenuSelect Control
Using the USB Port
7. Use the arrows to select the fan rotation cycle.
Choose between manual or auto.
1. With the power on, remove the cover of the USB port
(24) and insert the USB drive.
NOTE: This is the length of time the fan will rotate in
one direction before reversing.
2. Press the MAINTENANCE KEY (19).
If manual is selected, use the arrows or the alpha/
numeric keypad to enter the desired fan cycle. Press
OK to set the fan cycle.
3. Turn the dial to highlight MANAGER PROGRAM.
Press the center of the dial to select.
4. Turn the dial to highlight either COPY RECIPE FROM
USB or COPY RECIPE TO USB, then press the center of the dial to select.
If auto is selected, the program will use the default
fan cycle setting. The default is set through the Manager Programming. See page 17.
8. Use the arrows to set the vent position.
5. When the transfer is complete, press any key to return to the menu.
Choose between OPEN or CLOSE. Press OK to set
the vent position.
6. Turn the dial to highlight EXIT. Press the center of
the dial to select. The display returns to the previous
menu.
9. Use the arrows to scroll down to PRODUCT NAME:
STAGE 2. Press OK to select stage 2.
7. Turn the dial to highlight EXIT. Press the center of the
dial to select.
10. Repeat steps 2-9 for all remaining stages.
11. When al stages have been programmed, press the
PROGRAM KEY (17). To save the programming, use
the arrows to scroll to YES. Press OK. The control
exits the program mode.
16
Operation
MenuSelect Control
Manager Programming
Recipe Password - Select YES or NO to enable
password protection on recipe programming. If YES
is selected the passcode 3124 must be entered to
change recipe programming.
Entering the Manager Program Mode
1. Press the MAINTENANCE KEY (19). If the control
is password protected, the display reads ENTER
CODE. Use the alpha/numeric keypad to enter the
manager passcode. Press OK to enter the program
mode.
Temp Unit - Select either degrees F or C.
Cool Down Temp - Select the set temperature for
the oven to achieve in Cool Down mode
Temp Disp Rate - Set the rate, in seconds, at which
the display switches between actual and setpoint
temperature
2. Use the arrows to highlight OVEN SETUP.
Press OK to select the product.
Programming Auto Start
Input Rsp Time - Set the length of time allowed to
input each variable when programming recipes before control automatically exits out
NOTE: The Auto Start function enables the oven to turn
on at a programmed time of day and preheat to a
programmed temperature.
Setback Time - When not used for a period of time,
the oven temperature will automatically reduce to
conserve energy. This variable sets the length of time
the oven remains at the idle temperature before being lowered.
1. Use the arrows to highlight AUTO START. Press OK
to select.
2. Use the arrows to select either ON or OFF. Press OK
to select.
Ready Beep - Select either ON or OFF. This is the audible alarm that sounds when the oven has reached
the set temperature.
If ON is selected, the display reads AUTO START 24
HOUR TIME 00:00. Use the arrows to enter the time
you would like the oven to begin preheating. Press
OK to select.
Cook Cool Fan - Select either YES or NO. This function allows the control to display OPEN OVEN DOOR
when you are attempting to lower the set temperature
of the oven.
The display reads AUTO START TEMP XXX. Use
the arrows to enter the desired preheat temperature.
Press OK to select.
Restore Manual - Select either YES or NO. This
variable enables the oven to remember the last settings used for manual cooking.
Programming Oven Setup
These menus allow the manager to set up basic oven
functions
4. After editing a function, press OK to save.
1. Use the arrows to highlight OVEN SETUP. Press
OK to select.
5. When all desired functions have been edited, use the
arrows to highlight EXIT. Press OK to exit the manager programming mode.
2. Use the arrows to highlight MANAGER PROGRAM.
Press OK to select.
3. Use the arrows to highlight the oven function you with
to change. Press OK to select. Choose from the following functions:
17
Maintenance
Spray Bottle Operating Procedure
NOTE: Only use a commercial oven cleaner/degreaser
with the spray bottle. DO NOT use chemicals that
are not intended as oven cleaners. See chemical
manufacturer’s information for intended use.
NOTE: Further information can be found in the instruction
leaflet supplied with your spray bottle.
WARNING!!
Protective clothing and eyewear should be
worn while using cleaning agents.
1. Unscrew the sprayer head and fill the container to
the MAX mark. Screw the head assembly on firmly to
ensure an airtight seal. The liquid must be clean and
free from foreign matter. Do not overfill - space must
be left for compressing air.
Pressure Pump
Spray Trigger
Spray Head
2. To build up pressure, pump approximately 20 full
strokes when the container is filled with liquid. The
higher the pressure, the finer the spray. If the container is only partially filled, then more pumping is required to compress the additional air space.
Pump
3. To spray, depress the trigger with your thumb.
Pressure
Vessel
4. Adjust spray nozzle for a wide spray pattern.
5. After a period of spraying, the pressure will drop. Restore the pressure by operating the air pump.
Clean the pump 2 or 3 times per week with warm water
6. Release pressure after use by inverting the spray
head and depressing the trigger or by slowly unscrewing the spray head assembly which will allow
air to escape from around the filling aperture.
Figure 13
7. After use, rinse the spray bottle with clean water and
check that the hole in the nozzle is perfectly clean and
clear. Warm water (not hot) used with a household
detergent is a useful cleaning agent for this purpose.
Complete Spray Bottle - P/N R0006
Spray Head Repair Kit - P/N R6332
18
Maintenance
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance
CLEANING THE INTERIOR
Daily Cleaning
On stainless interiors, deposits of baked on splatter, oil,
grease or light discoloration may be removed with a good
non toxic industrial stainless steel cleaner. Apply cleaners
when the oven is cold and always rub with the grain of
the metal. The racks, rack supports and the blower wheel
may be cleaned in the oven or by removing them from the
oven and soaking them.
Daily cleaning of the appliance is essential for sanitation,
and to ensure against operational difficulties. The stainless steel cavity may corrode with improper cleaning of
the oven. Use an oven cleaning detergent in conjunction
with the supplied spray bottle.
For difficult cleaning, allow the spray-on oven cleaner to
work longer before rinsing.
NOTE: DO NOT use corrosive cleaners not intended for
oven cleaning on your oven.
1. Cool the appliance down to 140°F (60°C) or, if the
oven has been idle, turn to the Steam mode for 3 to 4
minutes in order to warm the cavity surfaces.
Recommended cleaners:
2. Fill the spray bottle and pump air into the container
with the pressure pump.
3. Spray the interior of the oven with a cleaning solution.
Be certain to spray cleaner through the fan guard to
cover all surfaces.
•
ECOLAB
Greasecutter Plus
•
CELLO
EZ Clean
•
Diversey-Lever
Advance Oven Cleaner
WARNING!!
Be sure to read and follow the MSDS or
safety instructions on the bottle for your oven
cleaner.
NOTE: Never spray water into the appliance when
the temperature is above 212°F (100°C).
4. Let the cleaner work the time recommended by the
cleaning solution manufacturer. For difficult, baked on
grease, etc. allow to work over night.
5. Set the timer for 15 to 20 minutes.
6. Run the oven at 225°F (107°C) in the Steam mode.
This will soften all burned on residue.
7. Rinse the appliance interior with water (a hose is
supplied, but take care that only the interior cavity is
sprayed with water). Wipe the interior dry after rinsing.
8. The doors should be kept slightly open after cleaning.
This will allow the oven to vent and increase the life
of the door gasket.
19
Maintenance
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance
Oven Weekly Cleaning
5. Thoroughly spray cleaner onto the fan and heat
source. Close the doors to allow the cleaner to work.
In addition to the daily cleaning, it is necessasry to clean
behind the fan guard of this oven on a weekly basis. This
is necessary for proper functioning of the oven. Scale will
build up on the fan and heat source leading to a less efficient oven.
6. After ten minutes, rinse the cleaner off. Return the fan
guard to the closed position. Rotate the two screws to
secure the fan guard.
1. Turn off the oven. Make sure that the oven is cooled
down to under 140°F (60°C).
Remove and clean the blower wheel every 6 months.
2. Remove the rack guides.
The exterior of the appliance may be cleaned and kept in
good condition with a light oil. Saturate a cloth and wipe
the appliance when it is cold; wipe dry with a clean cloth.
CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
3. Rotate the two screws on the left side of the fan guard.
WARNING!!
DO NOT spray the outside of the appliance
with water or clean with a water jet. Cleaning
with a water jet can impregnate chlorides into
the stainless steel, causing the onset of corrosion.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
The best preventive maintenance measures are the proper initial installation of the equipment and a program for
cleaning the appliance routinely. The oven requires no lubrication. Contact the factory, the factory representative
or a local Blodgett service company to perform maintenance and repairs should they be required.
Figure 14
4. Remove the fan guard.
Figure 15
20
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
MENUSELECT CONTROL
2
6
1
3
5
10
4
5
12
13
11
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
CONTROL PANEL AND DECAL
BOARD, 3 BUTTON PCB
CONTROL, NAVIGATIONAL PAD (NAVY)
MEAT PROBE JACK
NUT, 6-32 KEPS (QTY 4)
SCREW, M, 6-32 X 3/8 PNHD PH (QTY 2)
HARNESS, HV100E FRONT CONTROL
CIRCUIT BREAKER, PANEL MOUNT
USB CABLE
SPACER, USB
COVER, USB
SCREW, MACH, 4-40 X 3/8, SS PAN HD
55178
39122
53487
39781
M3367
5805
51594
52185
52647
52600
52161
38840
21
9
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
doors
4
7
12
13
11
9
8
9
2
1
10
6
9
8
RH DOOR
15
5
7
9
3
LH DOOR
14
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
ASSEMBLY, LH OUTER DOOR
ASSEMBLY, INNER DOOR GLASS
ASSY, LATCH RH
ASSY, LATCH LH
END CAP, HANDLE (QTY 2)
ASSEMBLY, DOOR HANDLE
PLATE, LATCH COVER (QTY 2)
GASKET, DOOR LATCH (QTY 2)
10-24 X .500 TRUSS HEAD MACH SCREW (QTY 4)
10-24 X 1/2 HEX WASHER HEAD SCREW, S/S (QTY 4)
SCREW, #10-24 X 2.00 FLATHEAD (QTY 4)
ASSEMBLY, RH OUTER DOOR
ASSEMBLY, RH INNER DOOR GLASS
DOOR TURNBUCKLE ASSEMBLY
DOOR SWITICH ASSEMBLY
51552
51534
50227
50228
50213
51542
51539
51668
16384
M6315
50836
51559
51556
57953
52514
22
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
LH OUTERDOOR SUBASSEMBLY (P/N 51552) BREAKDOWN
6
9
5
SECTION B-B
3
7
11
A
12
10
2
8
1
B
B
4
SECTION A-A
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DOORFRONT, LH
GLASS, OUTER DOOR
BUSHING, DOOR PIN
TRIM, TOP DOOR
TRIM, BOTTOM DOOR
TRIM, VERTICAL DOOR (QTY 2)
CLIP, DOOR GLASS
NAMEPLATE, BLODGETT, 10 INCH
DOOR CHANNEL, RH DOOR
BUMPER, HIGH TEMPERATURE (QTY 6)
RIVET, 1/8” POP S/S
10-24 X .500 TRUSS HEAD MACH SCREW (QTY 14)
51523
51161
51424
51664
51528
51529
51519
16470
51450
60185
R1278
16384
23
A
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
RH OUTERDOOR SUBASSEMBLY (P/N 51559) BREAKDOWN
2
12
11
SECTION B-B
A
7
9
13
5
8
3
10
1
6
B
B
4
A
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
DOORFRONT, RH
TRIM, VERTICAL DOOR (QTY 2)
TRIM, TOP DOOR
TRIM, BOTTOM DOOR
BUSHING, DOOR PIN
GLASS, OUTER DOOR
CLIP, DOOR GLASS
BUMPER, HIGH TEMPERATURE (QTY 6)
RIVET, 1/8” POP S/S
10-24 X .500 TRUSS HEAD MACH SCREW (QTY 14)
CENTER GASKET CHANNEL, INNER
GASKET RETAINER, OUTER
GASKET, CENTER DOOR
51558
51529
51664
51528
51424
51161
51519
60185
R1278
16384
51541
52475
51610
24
SECTION A-A
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
MOTOR
6
1
10
8
5
4
9
2
3
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
10
MOTOR MOUNT ASSEMBLY
GORETEX GASKET, .25 X .18 (QTY 2)
PLATE, FAN BRACKET COVER
SHAFT SEAL
SEAL RETAINER W/KEY
MOTOR, 220V, 1/2 HP
WASHER, LOCK # 10 (QTY 4)
10-32 X .50 HXWHD MACHINE SCREW (QTY 4)
NUT, 5/16 -18 SERRATED FLANGE (QTY 4)
FITTING, COMPRESSION
54294
R8423
54296
R4244
R8955
55301
R0726
R1539
8628
M0959
25
7
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
ELECTRICAL PANEL
9
24
38 43
42
28
2 38
17
3 41
34 15
39
14
30
13
19
23
1
7
11
31
4
8
20
5
18
32
2
16
33
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
BRACKET, ELECTRICAL MOUNTING
DRAWER SLIDE, MOVING (QTY 2)
TRANSFORMER, 120V TO 24V 80VA
AXIAL FAN, 4” (24V)
24VDC POWER SUPPLY
DUCT, LOWER AIR
BRACKET, INVERTER DRIVE
TERMINAL BLOCK 3 POLE
BRACKET, COOLING DIVIDER
ASSY, WATER MANIFOLD (NAVY)
BRACKET, POWER SUPPLY SLIDE
GROMMET, RUBBER 11/16
BRACKET, I/O BOARD
INTERFACE BOARD
51110
51588-2
24356
M9616
M9608
51436
51437
38605
51122
52535
51435
15847
51489
54380
27
26
10 26 25
6
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
ELECTRICAL PANEL (Continued)
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
15
50952
TERMINAL BLOCK, 5 POSITION PUSH IN
16
51614
SCREW, #8-32 X .25 PAN PH (QTY 17)
17
4812
#10 X 3/8 PH SCREW (QTY 8)
18
34706
SCREW,MACH M3X.5X10MM SS PNHD (QTY 4)
19
16821
SCREW, #5-40 X 3/16 PH PHILLIPS MACHINE (QTY 3)
20
51516
PROBE, 3/16” DIA. 1K OHM RTD
21
51595
HARNESS, HV100E 208-240V
22
51593
HARNESS, HV100E REAR OVEN
23
51622
WIRE TIE BASE, BACK MOUNT (QTY 11)
24
52292
2” WIDE CABLE CARRIER
25
52351
BLUE POLYURETHANE TUBING (QTY 2)
26
52352
GREEN POLYURETHANE TUBING
27
52353
RED POLYURETHANE TUBING
28
52446
CIRCUIT BREAKER W/ TRIP COIL, 25A, 3 POLE
30
R5770
SCREW, 1/4-20 X .50 PANHEAD (QTY 2)
31
37951
SCREW, MACHINE, PAN HEAD #4-40 X 1.00 (QTY 2)
32
4068
GROMMET, BLACK RUBBER
33
R5056
CUSHION CLAMP
34
52680
INVERTER DRIVE, J1000, PROGRAMMED
38
R11090 ENDSTOP, DIN RAIL (QTY 2)
39
52706
RESISTOR, MOTOR BRAKING
41
R1278
RIVET, 1/8” POP S/S (QTY 2)
42
52717
CONTACTOR, 3PHASE 24VDC COIL
43
51454
FUSE HOLDER
44
51455
FUSE, 7A 600V (QTY 2)
4551453TRANSFORMER
46
52204
GROUND LUG TERMINAL
47
52201
TERMINAL BLOCK
48
R11100 SHORTING JUMPER
49
R11090 END STOP (BOTH ENDS)
50
51617
1/4” SWIVEL ELBOW
51
51616
1/4” STRAIGHT FITTING
52
52813
HARNESS, 480V
53
53902
NOISE FILTER
48
49
45
46
47
50
27
51
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
INTERIOR COMPONENTS
3
4
6
1
7
1
5
2
18
13
12
Ref.Part
No. No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
RACK SUPPORT
LIGHT BULB
BLOWER WHEEL W/KEY
DOOR CATCH
LIGHT GLASS
220V ELEMENT (440V OVEN)
ELEMENT GASKET
CAVITY PROBE
DOOR CATCH
PERIMETER DOOR GASKET
HI-LIMIT PROBE
CAVITY VENT SOLENOID
WIRE RACK
VENT LID
SUCTION TUBE
54856
53101
55303
51488
53081
53016
52304
53007
51488
52716
36441
39324
R3664
55024
55057
9
11
17
15
28
Maintenance
Second Level Programming
NOTE: The oven must be in the ON position in order to run the 2nd level programming.
Press Maint Key
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press Ok
Press and hold each button below to
test the function listed on the right:
Temp
Combi
Fan
Prog
1
4
7
Light
Esc
2
5
8
0
Time
Press Ok to Exit
Press Ok
Press and hold each button below to
test the input listed on the right:
Temp
Combi
Fan
Prog
4
Press Ok to Exit
Press Esc to Exit
Scroll with ▲ or ▼ keys to “Factory Program”
Enter Code “3228”
Scroll to “Appliance Type”
Use ► or ◄ to set to “Electric”
Scroll to “Boiler Enable”
Use ► or ◄ to set to “No”
Scroll to “Quench Enable”
Use ► or ◄ to set to “No”
Scroll to “Exit”
Scroll to “Service”
Enter Service Code “7378”
Scroll to “Diagnostic Output”
(Component Tested)
See “Trouble Shooting Test Points” for output testing if necessary
Heat On (Fan High Fwd, Hot Air, Hot Air Enable, Hot Air Contactor)
Fan Speed Gentle Forward (20 Hz)
Fan Speed Low Forward (30 Hz)
Fan Speed High Forward (40 Hz)
Fan Speed Turbo Forward (50 Hz)
Fan Speed High Reverse (-40 Hz)
Light
Spritzer
Cooling Fan
Vent
Hot Air
Hot Air Enable
Quench
Cook Done
Scroll to “Diagnostic Input”
(Input Tested)
Fan Error (Open or Closed Drive At Speed Relay)
Door (Open or Closed Door Switch)
Cavity Probe Temp
Cooling Fan Probe Temp
Core Probe Temp (Open if not inserted)
Press Esc to Exit
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Maintenance
Troubleshooting
TEST POINTS USING CONTROL DIAGNOSTIC OUTPUTS
Key
Output Components
Temp
Heat On (Fan High Fwd, Hot Air, Hot Air Enable,
Hot Air Contactor) Hot Air
Heat On (Fan High Fwd, Hot Air, Hot Air Enable,
Hot Air Contactor) Hot Air Enable
Heat On (Fan High Fwd, Hot Air, Hot Air Enable,
Hot Air Contactor) Hot Air Contactor
Light
Temp
Temp
7
Light
Spritzer
Esc
Cooling Fan
2
Vent
5
Hot Air
8
Hot Air Enable
Time
Cook Done
30
Test Points to Relay Board
Black Lead
Red Lead
Terminal Block 4
Connector J6-Pin
Pin #4k 4-Pin #4
#4-RD Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J6-Pin
Pin #4
#8-BL Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J20-Pin
Pin #4
#2-OR Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J3-Pin
Pin #4
#4-RD Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J18-Pin
Pin #4
#3-VI Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J3-Pin
Pin #4
#11-GY Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J2-Pin
Pin #4
#4-GY Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J6-Pin
Pin #4
#4-RD Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J6-Pin
Pin #4
#8-BL Wire
Terminal Block 4
Connector J2-Pin
Pin #4
#2-No Wire
Voltage
AC + DC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
TEST POINTS USING CONTROL DIAGNOSTIC OUTPUTS
Key
Combi
Test Points to Relay Board
Black Lead
Red Lead
J2 9-12
Terminal Block 4
See Chart Below
Pin #4
J2 9-12
Terminal Block 4
See Chart Below
Pin #4
J2 9-12
Terminal Block 4
See Chart Below
Pin #4
J2 9-12
Terminal Block 4
See Chart Below
Pin #4
J2 9-12
Terminal Block 4
See Chart Below
Pin #4
Fan Control Components
Fan Speed Gentle Forward (20 Hz)
Fan
Fan Speed Low Forward (30 Hz)
Prog
Fan Speed High Forward (40 Hz)
1
Fan Speed Turbo Forward (50 Hz)
4
Fan Speed High Reverse (-40 Hz)
Output Components
Gentle Forward Outputs (20 Hz)
Low Forward Outputs (30 Hz)
High Forward Outputs (40 Hz)
Turbo Forward Outputs (50 Hz)
Gentle Reverse Outputs (-20Hz)
Low Reverse Outputs (-30Hz)
High Reverse Outputs (-40Hz)
Turbo Reverse Outputs (-50Hz)
J2.9 (Bit 0)
0v
23Vdc Rtn
0v
23Vdc Rtn
0v
23Vdc Rtn
0v
23Vdc Rtn
31
J2.10 (Bit 1)
0v
0v
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
0v
0v
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
J2.11 (FWD)
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
0v
0v
0v
0v
Voltage
AC + DC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
24VDC
J2.12 (REV)
0v
0v
0v
0v
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
23Vdc Rtn
Maintenance
Sequence of Operation
When the Control is first turned on, it begins to Preheat
the oven to 350?F by enabling the following relays. The
activated relays are associated with red LEDs which will
turn on when the control sends a call to the relay. Relays
are designated with a K, LEDs are designated with a D,
and Junctions are labeled with a J. In preheat the following LEDs will be lit:
Light
Cook Done
D25 LED will come on as the Light relay, K6, is closed.
The cavity lights will remain on until the Light button is
pressed to turn them off. Check for 24 VDC output at J3.4,
which feeds the cavity lights on the red wire.
Vent
Cooling Fan
Hot Air
D31 LED will be lit as the Hot Air (Power On) relay is
enabled on this unit. The Hot Air relay is active whenever
the red light is on at the Power Button. Check for 24 VDC
output from K3 at J6.4 on the orange wire, which jumps to
the common for the K2 relay at J6.7. The K2 relay waits
for input from the [email protected] or [email protected] Speed Relay, which is 24 VDC return at the grey wire in J11.4.
Hot Air
Enable
Hot Air
Contactor
D35 LED shows the Hot Air Enable relay is activated when
the [email protected] Relay is closed at the Inverter sending
24 VDC return in at J11.4; this signal closes K2. Check for
24 VDC output at J6.8 on the blue wire, which jumps to
J20.1. J20.1 is the common to the K1 relay.
Spritzer
D37 LED is lit as the Hot Air Contactor relay is enabled
when there is a Call for heat. A call for heat is generated
when the cavity probe(or core probe when not in preheat)
reads resistance/temperature below the current set point,
which is 350?F during preheat. Check for 24 VDC at
J20.2, which is the K1 relay output that feeds the contactor coil on the orange wire.
Also in preheat, the control will call for Fan High Speed
Forward by sending 23 VDC return on J2.10 and J2.11,
and 0 VDC on J2.9 and J2.12. Note: outside the ready
band, which is-10 to +25?F, in relationship to the set
point, the control automatically switches to high fan speed
and can be used only in high fan speed or turbo fan speed.
Once in ready band, all speeds are available.
Figure 16
32
Maintenance
Sequence of Operation
Retherm uses the Water Spritzer at a 25% duty cycle, or
15 seconds on 45 Seconds off, and the call for heat is set
at 250?F as the default temperature. The Water Spritzer
cycle rate can be adjusted from 10 to 90% and the Temperature can be set to 250 - 300?F.
After preheat the control can be operated in Manual Mode
or in one of the 100 programs. Each program can have
up to 6 steps and a hold. In each step the user can program Core Probe (Yes/No), Cook Time, Mode (Steam/
Combi/Reth/Hot A), Set Temp, Fan Speed (Gentle/Low/
High/Turbo), Fan Reverse (Manual/Auto), Fan Reverse
Time, and Vent Setting (Close/Open).
When the Control calls for the fan to go Forward, J2.11
will have 23 VDC return and J2.12 will have 0 VDC. That
condition will invert when the fan call is for Reverse; J2.12
will have 23 VDC return and J2.11 will have 0 VDC. The
speeds are set by J2.9 and J2.10. 0 VDC on both is Gentle Speed, J2.9 with 23 VDC return and J2.10 with 0 VDC
is Low Speed, J2.9 with 0 VDC and J2.10 with 23 VDC
re- turn is High Speed, and 23 VDC return on J2.9 and
J2.10 is Turbo Speed.
If Core Probe is “Yes”, the unit will look for the resistance
at the probe port on the front on the control. If Fan reverse
is set to Auto, the control will automatically reverse the fan
every 2 minutes while a time counting down. If it is set to
manual, the reverse time can be set. Also the Cook Time,
Cook Mode, Set Temp, Fan Speed, as well as Vent position, can be programmed for each step. When the Vent
is opened, D24 LED lights and 24 VDC is sent by K5 on
the grey wire at J2.4; no voltage is present when the vent
is closed.
The Cooling Fan is controlled by the probe located under
the Inverter heat sink; it is cycled on at 100?F. When the
Cooling Fan is called for, K4 Relay sends 24 VDC out at
J3.11 on a grey wire, and the call is indicated by LED D26.
The Cooling Fan is also activated at any time the timer is
counting down.
If operating in Manual Mode, you can manually modify
the Fan Speed, the Vent Position, Core or Cavity Probe,
Time and Temp, Steam on Demand (not functional in
steam mode) and the Cook Modes: Hot Air, Combi,
Steam, and Retherm.
Cook Done is not used. Therefore no wire is located at
J2.2, where K14 sends 24 VDC when D21 is lit. However,
Cook Done is activated when the Timer goes off on the
control.
Hot Air uses the “call for heat” sequence mentioned
above.
Combi uses the same call for heat and the Water Spritzer
is cycled at 33% for the default setting, or 20 seconds on
40 Seconds off. The cycle rate can be adjusted from 0 to
100%. When the Water Spritzer is called for, D33 is lit,
and K8 sends out 24 VDC on the Violet wire at J18.3.
Steam uses the same call for heat and the Spritzer is cycled at 100%. In steam the lowest temperature setting is
85?F and the maximum temperature in the steam mode
is 225?F. Steam on demand is not available in Steam
mode because the control is cycling the Spritzer at 100%
already.
33
Component Resistance Readings
part name
24VDC Power Supply, Across +V & -V (Unwired DC Voltage)
24VDC Power Supply, Across L & N (Unwired Line Voltage)
Control Transformer (Primary)
Control Transformer (Secondary)
Element, (Single element)
Element, (At contactor)
Heating Contactor Coil
Water Solenoid Valve
Cooling Fan
Convection Motor Windings Blue to Black
Connection Motor Windings Brown to Black
Connection Motor Windings Brown to Blue
Circuit Breaker Trip Coil
Vent Solenoid
Step Down Transformer (Primary)
Step Down Transformer (Secondary)
NOTE: Readings may vary some based on meter capability and accuracy.
Probe Ohms Chart
Temp
0
20
24
30
50
60
80
93
100
120
150
180
200
230
260
Probe Ohms
(P/N 51516)
1000
1078
1090
1115
1195
1232
1310
1360
1386
1460
1575
1685
1758
1868
1978
ohms
326
0.6
25
0.6
24
32.5
6
178
3.7
6.2
6.2
6.2
3.7
30
2
1
+ 24VDC
USB1
J5
In_1
In_2
In_3
In_4
In_5
In_6
In_7
Com
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
AN–4
AN–3
AN–2
AN–1
J41
J12
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
+24Vd c
Ou t_1
Ou t_2
Ou t_3
Ou t_4
Ou t_5
Ou t_6
Ou t_7
Ou t_8
Com
J4
J37
J38
J2
VCC+
DATA–
DATA+
GND
RD–3/RD–23
RD–3
WH(RD/WH–1)
RD(RD/WH–1)
5
SPS T
SW5
Y–6
AUX_Brd_SW3_Ena_L
AUX_Brd_SW2_Ena_L
AUX_Brd_SW1_Ena_L
AUX_Brd_ D3_Ena_L
AUX_Brd_ D2_Ena_L
AUX_Brd_ D1_Ena_L
V–8
V–7
V–6
V–5
V–4
V–3
Harness PN: 50178
AUX_Brd_DGND
AUX_Brd_+ 5Vdc_Sw_Pwr
Bl–12
R–11
RD/WH–1, 22awg twisted pair
FRONT PANEL USB SOCKET
Hi_Lim it _Trip_H
[email protected] Spd_ L
+24 VDC_RTN
RT1
t
52307
Prb1_2
Prb1_1
Cav i t y
RD/ WH–1 [1..2]
BK–13/BK–14
BK
W
WH/BK–1, 22awg twisted pai r
t
RT2
4
BK
BL/BK–1, 22awg twisted pai r
All Prob es: 1K RTD
51516
Prb 2_2
Prb 2_1
In vert er_H.S.
t
RT4
J7.3
J7.2
J7.1
J16.1
J16.2
J16.3
J16.4
J16.5
J16.6
J16.7
J16.8
J17.1
J17.2
J17.3
J17.4
J17.5
J17.6
J17.7
J17.8
J8.1
J8.2
J8.3
J8.4
J8.5
J8.6
J8.7
J8.8
J41.1
J41.2
J41.3
J41.4
J41.5
J41.6
J41.7
J41.8
J15.1
J15.2
J15.3
J15.4
J15.5
J15.6
J15.7
J15.8
J1.1
J1.2
J1.3
J1.4
J1.5
J1.6
J1.7
J1.8
J1.9
J1.10
J11 .1
J11 .2
J11 .3
J11 .4
J11 .5
J11 .6
J11 .7
J11 .8
J11 .9
J11 .10
39783 (4”)
OR
39797 (6”)
Produ ct
RD/ WH–2[ 1..2]
RD/WH–2, 22awg twisted pair
WH(RD/ W H–2)
RD(RD/ WH–2 )
Product_Prb
Product_Prb
Oven Prb
Oven Prb
Ctrl_Zone_Prb
Ctrl_Zone_Prb
Door_Closed_H
Hi_Lmt_Trip
[email protected]_L
GY–15
Safety_Sw_Closed_H
SSR_HeatSink_H
Door_Latched_H
BK–13/BK–14
Y–6
U5
Analog Inputs
A
B
C
MenuSelect Control: 53486 General Market
53487 US Navy
USB PORT
SCK_COMM
24VAC_PWR
Signal I/O
Re la y I/O
A ux I/O
A na lo g I/O
1
2
3
4
5
BK(RD/Y/BK–1)
RD(RD/Y/BK–1)
Y(RD/Y/BK–1)
D
U2
4
3
3
J6.1
J6.2
J6.3
J6.4
J6.5
J6.6
J6.7
J6.8
J6.9
J6.10
J6.11
J6.12
J3.1
J3.2
J3.3
J3.4
J3.5
J3.6
J3.7
J3.8
J3.9
J3.10
J3.11
J3.12
J2.1
J2.2
J2.3
J2.4
J2.5
J2.6
J2.7
J2.8
J2.9
J2.10
J2.11
J2.12
J5.3
J5.2
J5.1
J14.3
J14.2
J14.1
J13.3
J13.2
J13.1
J20.1
J20.2
J20.3
J20.4
J20.5
J20.6
J20.7
J20.8
J20.9
J20.10
J20.11
J20.12
J18.1
J18.2
J18.3
J18.4
J18.5
J18.6
J18.7
J18.8
J18.9
J18.10
J18.11
J18.12
Buzzer
RS232
PWM
5
DRV_Ok
DRV_Ok
OR–23
Y(RD/Y/BK–1)
DGND
PWM OUT
PWM OUT
BK(RD/Y/BK–1)
RS232 In
DGND
RD(RD/Y/BK–1)
RS232 Out
DGND
Buzzer
+24VDC
Rinse_Pump
+24VDC
Door_Lock
+24VDC
BK–14
BL–11
V–5
RD–20/RD–21
BL–11
Heat_Ena
HEAT_CONTACTOR_A1
HEAT_CONTACTOR_A2
+24VDC_Rtn
Spritzer_Sol
+24VDC
+24VDC_Rtn
Cavity_Drain–
Cavity_Drain+
+24VDC
+24VDC
RD–25
RD–22
GY–9
+24VDC
Cooling_Fan
Oven_On
Oven_On
RD–5
GY–17
GY–14
GY–19
GY–18
RD–24
BL–10
Lights
24VAC
Cir_Pump
+24VDC
+24VDC
Vent
+24VDC
Quench
+24VDC
Chemical_Pump
Spd_Sel_Bit_0
Spd_Sel_Bit_1
Fwd_Ena_L
Rev_Ena_L
Shield Wire
Digital Inputs
24VAC_Pwr
Relay Outputs
VFD – Relay Interface Module
WH/BK–2, 22awg twisted pai r
OR
B12–011
C
2
ANGULAR
1
D AT E
.XXX
.015
. XX
.03
TOLERANCES UN LESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
–
R E V IS ION S
–
M ATL
ECN
11 –10–10
03–23–12
CHANGED J19 TO J7 T O MATCH I NTERFACE BOARD.
IM PROVED DEPICTION OF I NVERTER DRI VE WIRING.
NEW TI TLE BLOCK; ADD ED EM I FILTER TO MOTOR
DRIVE AND SHI ELDED CABLE T O M OTOR AND COM
__–__–__
__–__–__
–
–
–
–
RD/ BK–1 [1..2]
RD/BK–1, 22 awg twisted pair
BK–15
RD–10
RD–15
RD–9
R D –2 4
RD–16
GA GE
REV
B10–158
_ __–___
_ __–___
–
B
Ho tair_24Vd c
HEAT CONTACTOR[1..2]
OR/BK–1, 22awg twisted pai r
–
BK
R D –2 5
Ligh t_Pwr
Mtr_Spd_ Sel_Bit _0_Ena_L
Mtr_Spd_ Sel_Bit _1_Ena_L
Mtr_Fwd_Ena_L
Mt r_Rev_Ena_L
2
HOLE
.005
AP R BY
MH
MH
___
___
BK–26
BK
RD
1
1
5_A
5_B
5_C
5_D
1
–
RD–25
DWG
BY
AP R
BY
Title
2
MH
MH
DATE
DATE
09–13–10
09–13–10
SCALE
SHEET
1
NO NE
Cavi t y_Ven t _Rt n
BK–9/BK–21
Drv _Inpu t _Co m
Ho t Ai r_24VDC
+ 24V, RD–23
BK–22
BK–10
BK–6
LECT
53512
DRAWINGNUMBE R
RATION. NEITHER THIS DRAWING
OR USED, IN WHOLE ORIN PART,
BLODGETT CORPORATION.
L RIGHT S RESERVED
2
2 OF 3
SCHEM ATIC, HV100 EM 440V 14KW MENUSE
THIS DRAW ING IS THE PROPERTY OF G. S. BLODGETT CORPO
NOR ANY INFORM ATION CONTAINED HEREIN M AY BE COPIED
WITHOUT THE EXPRESSW RITTEN PERM ISSION OF THE G.S.
G. S. BLODGETT CORPORATION. UN PUBLISHED WORK. AL
BK–12
BK–10
R–14
R–14
39324
RD–23
BK–14
BK–9
RD–27
RD–26
M9616
Coo ling_Blw r
+
Mt r_2
Ven t_Sol
50 LAKESIDE AVE. BURLINGTON, VERMONT 0540 1
G.S.BLODGETTCORPORATION
50952
Term _Blk_5p
4_A
4_B
3_A
3_B
2_A
2_B
4_C
4_D
3_C
3_D
2_C
2_D
1_A
1_B
TB4
+24VDC Power Distribution
1_C
1_D
2
2
Quen ch Soleno id_B
1
Water Soleno id_A
GY_16
BL–10
V–5
39796
1
REV
C
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
3_C
3_D
3_A
3_B
15 Amp
CB1
52185
BR–2, 14awg, 600V
TB2
L1_C
L1_D
L2_C
L2_D
480V
440V
380V
220V
0OUT
0IN
T1
BK–1, 10awg, 600V
WH–1, 10awg, 600V
24356
4
M9608
+
–
+
–
CON4
WH–2
WH–1
WH–3
24Vdc Power Supply
RD–2
RD–1
L
1
N
2
3 Gnd
Hi_Lim it_Trip_H
18awg, 600v
Shielded Cable
OR–6
Bk
R
Bk
R
L3
L2
L1
36441
Cavi t y_Hi _Lm t
Light_Pwr
BK–3, 24VDC_RTN
A2
BK–3
SW4
Cavity Hi_Limit
A1
52446
Trip Coil
22awg twist ed pair
RD/ BK–2[ 1..2]
CB2
RD–5
T3
T2
T1
Shield Wire
BK
BL
Fast Trip Curve
25 A
22awg twist ed pair
RD/ BK–1[ 1..2]
3
BK
WH
MTR1
GY/BK–1 twisted pair
OR–5, 22awg, 300V
GY/ BK–1[1..2]
A23: 011 – V_Hi_Spd Freq = 50hz
A22: 010 – Hi_Spd Freq = 40hz
A21: 001 – Lo_Spd Freq = 30hz
A20: 000 – V_Lo_Spd Freq = 20hz
Pre_Set Speeds:
binary select:
Shield Wire
RD
WH
BK
24VAC_2[0..2]
RD/WH–2, 22awg t wisted pair
24Vac [0..2]
RD/WH–1, 22awg twisted pair
RD–3
U/T1
V/T2
W/T3
Bk
R
BK–5
39332
Gn d
GY
GY
BK–2
WH–2
RD–2
GY
L3_C
L3_D
L2_C
L2_D
L1_C
L1_D
50956
___–___
___–___
–
–
5
OR
2
–
M ATL
ANGULAR
1
.XXX
.015
. XX
.03
TOLERANCES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPE
ECN
–
REV
GA GE
A2
T3
T2
T1
APR BY
MH
MH
___
1
2
1
2
D0119 (X 2)
Halogen Lam p–12V
DWG
BY
AP R
BY
MH
MH
DATE
DATE
09–13–10
09–13–10
SCALE
SHEET
1
NONE
LECT
DRAWINGNUMBE R
53512
RATION. NEITHERTHIS DRAWING
ORUSED, IN WHOLE ORIN PART,
BLODGETT CORPORATION.
L RIGHTS RESE
RVED
3 OF 3
SCHEMATIC, HV100EM 440V 14KW MENUSE
THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF G. S. BLODGETT CORPO
NOR ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN MAY BECOPIED
WITHOUT THE EXPRESSWRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE G.S.
G. S. BLODGETT CORPORATION. UN PUBLISHED WORK. AL
50 LAKES IDE AVE. BURLINGTON, VERMONT 05401
Title
WH
BK
440V configuration
WH
14KW Heating Element Assembly
BK
RD
1
RD
53016, 220V, 2.33KW (X6) 14KW total , 19A nominal
BK–3
WH–3
RD–3
G.S.BLODGETTCORPORATION
, 18awg
, 18awg
___
HOLE
.005
CIFIED
D AT E
03–23–12
11 –10–10
NEW TI TLE BLOCK; ADDED EMI FILTER TO MOTOR
DRIVE AND SHI ELDED CABLE TO MOTOR AND COM
8
6
5
4
K1_Aux
RD, 200
CHANGED J19 TO J7 TO MATCH I NTERFACE BOARD.
I MPROVED DEPICTION OF I NVERTER DRIVE WIRING.
R E V I S I ONS
K1
BK, 200
__–__–__
Cavi t y_Vent _Rt n
7
3
2
1
Heat Con t actor
__–__–__
BK–22
BK
A1
L3
L2
L1
52717
–
–
2
–
–
HEAT_CONTACTOR[1..2]
OR/BK–1
Term_Blk_3p
T.B. Oven, Rear
L3_A
L3_B
L2_A
L2_B
L1_A
L1_B
TB3
RD–3, 24VDC
RD–6/RD–3
BK
N.C.
BL–3, 22awg, 600V
BL–6
BR–6
52680
Programmed
Yaskawa
J1000
INVERTER
DRIVE
24VAC_2[0..2]
RD/WH–3, 22awg t wisted pair
B1
B2
R/L1
S/L2
Cir_Mtr, 3p, 4 pole
B10–158
14awg, 600V
Transform er_Mult itap
T1
V–11
BK–CM2
BK–L
BK–L/CM2
GY–IN5
GY–IN4
GY–IN3
GY–IN2
GY–IN1
BRAKING RES ISTOR
52706
150W, 400 OHM
RD–1, 10awg, 600V
N
BR–16
BL–16
12 12
11 11
10 10
9 9
8 8
7 7
6 6
5 5
4 4
3 3
2 2
1 1
L1
TRANSFORMER POWER, STEPDOWN
51453
WH–9, 14awg, 600V
RD–9, 14awg, 600V
BK–12/BK–13
GY–20
GY–15
BK(GY/BK–1)
BK–13
GY(GY/BK–1)
GY–14
GY–17
GY–18
GY–19
EMI FILTER
53902
N
GND
L1
B12–011
GR/Y–2
F1
BK–12
BL–6
GR/Y–2
BR–6
3
C
Term_Blk_AC_Gnd_3p
L2_A
L2_B
Gnd_ A Gnd_C
Gnd_ B Gnd_D
L1_A
L1_B
38605
2X Fuse, 7A
51455
F2
FUSE HOLDER
51454
BL–6
BR–6
4
L2
B
GR/Y–1
BL–1, 14awg, 600V
WH–8, 14awg, 600V
RD–8, 14awg, 600V
GY/BK–1 twisted pair
Drv_Inpu t _Com
Drv_Faul t_L
Mt [email protected] Sp d_L
Mt r_Spd_ Sel_Bit_1_Ena_L
Mt r_Spd_ Sel_Bit_0_Ena_L
Mt r_Rev_Ena_L
Mtr_Fwd_Ena_L
GY(GY/BK–1)
BK(GY/BK–1)
BR–4, 22awg, 600V
2
1
BR–3, 22awg, 600V
BR–1, 14awg, 600V
Gnd_2
2_C
2_D
2_A
2_B
Gnd_ 1
1_C
1_D
R11092
1_A
1_B
TB1
Field Wiring Term Blk
5
BL–4, 22awg, 600V
D
BL–2, 14awg, 600V
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
SC
A1
+V
AC
AM
AC
LINE
MA
MB
MC
L1
L3
LOAD
REV
C
A
B
C
D
To VFD Control
Harness PN
A U X _ Br d_ D G N D
A U X _ B r d_ + 5 V d c_ Sw _ Pw r
A U X _ Br d_ SW 3_ Ena_ L
A U X _ Br d_ SW 2_ Ena_ L
A U X _ Br d_ SW 1_ Ena_ L
A U X _ Br d_ D 3_ Ena_ L
A U X _ Br d_ D 2_ Ena_ L
A U X _ Br d_ D 1_ Ena_ L
Bl– 12
R– 11
V –8
V –7
V –6
V –5
V –4
V –3
nce Only
ler Aux I/O
: 50178
For Refere
9
733 –31 2
12
WA GO
733 –34 2
12
11
10
11
8
10
9
7
6
5
4
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
2
3
1
J5
1
P5
33 0
R6
10K
R5
33 0
R4
10K
R3
33 0
R2
10K
R1
–
–
M ATL
ECN
G A GE
REV
B 1 0–15 8
B 1 2–01 1
C
B
_ __–__ _
_ __–__ _
–
–
–
–
1
2
SW 1
1
4
D A T E
11 –10– 1 0
03 –23– 12
__ –__ –__
__ –__ –__
2
SW 2
3
.015
. XXX
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