DESIGN CLASS FUNCTION - Custom Food Truck Builder

DESIGN CLASS FUNCTION - Custom Food Truck Builder
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY COOKING EQUIPMENT
OWNER’S MANUAL FOR
MAJESTIC CONVECTION OVEN
MODEL NUMBERS:
MSD-1, MSD-2, MSDE-1, MSDE-2, M-1, M-2, ME-1, ME-2,
MAE-1, MAE-2, MA-1, MA-2, MASDE-1, MASDE-2
DESIGN
CLASS
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Installation, Operation and
Maintenance Instructions
FOR YOUR SAFETY!
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors or liquids
in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
FOR
YOUR
SAFETY
WARNING
IMPROPER
INSTALLATION
WARNING!
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service
or maintenance can cause property damage, injury
or death. Read the installation, operating and
maintenance instructions thoroughly before
installing or servicing this equipment.
FOR
YOUR
SAFETY
WARNING
IMPROPER
INSTALLATION
Instruction to be followed in the event the user smells gas should be posted
in a prominent location. This information should be obtained by
consulting the local gas supplier.
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Model Number: __________________________________________
Serial Number: ___________________________________________
Purchase Date: ___________________________________________
Installed By: _________________________ Install Date:__________
Gas Type: _______________________________________________
Electrical Information: ______________________________________
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PROFESSIONAL QUALITY COOKING EQUIPMENT
To Our Most Valued Customer:
Congratulations on your purchase of an American Range product. We hope you will enjoy the
design, manufactured quality, innovative features and cooking performance of this product – it
represents our continuing dedication to satisfying the most demanding needs of customers
like you.
Please read this manual and become familiar with important safety information about how
to install and set-up the unit, basic operating instructions, and how to maintain that just-likebrand-new appearance and performance - over years of day-to-day and special holiday use.
If you should encounter any sort of problem, turn to the section of the manual entitled,
“Troubleshooting” – for a quick solution or guidance regarding the next step required to get
back to tip-top condition.
Thank you for choosing an American Range product for your home. As you can expect, this
appliance is designed for years of reliable service. If you have any questions or comments,
please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the unit, or contact American Range
Customer Service at www.americanrange.com or 818.897.0808.
Sincerely,
Shane Demirjian
President, American Range Corporation
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Table of Contents
General Information.......................................................................................................1-2
Important Safety Information........................................................................................ 1
Shipping Damage Claim Procedure........................................................................... 1
Installation-Gas Standards and Codes...................................................................... 2
Rating Plate............................................................................................................................... 3
Clearances................................................................................................................................ 3
Installation.............................................................................................................................4-8
Single Oven Assembly........................................................................................................ 4
Double Oven Assembly.................................................................................................... 5
Caster Installation................................................................................................................. 5
Leveling.......................................................................................................................................5
Air Supply and Ventilation................................................................................................ 5
Electrical Connection......................................................................................................... 6
Gas Connection.................................................................................................................... 6
Manual Shut Off Valve....................................................................................................6-7
Oven with Casters............................................................................................................... 7
Manual Control...................................................................................................................... 8
Cook & Hold Controls..................................................................................................... 9
Checking for Gas Leaks.................................................................................................. 10
Lighting Instructions.......................................................................................................... 10
To Shut Down Oven....................................................................................................... 10
Cleaning and Preventive Maintenance...........................................................10-11
Operation.............................................................................................................................. 12
Troubleshooting Guide................................................................................................... 13
Electrical Schematics.................................................................................................14-15
Electrical Specifications................................................................................................... 16
ENERGY STAR® Majestic Wiring Diagram........................................................ 16
Exploded View Drawings.......................................................................................17-20
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IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW!
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Before beginning, please read all the instructions carefully.
DO NOT remove permanently affixed labels, warnings, or plates from product. This will void the warranty.
All local and national codes and ordinances must be observed; installation must conform with local codes.
The Installer must leave these instructions with the consumer who should retain for local inspector’s use and for future reference.
Installation and service must be performed by a certified / licensed installer, service agency or gas supplier.
Please ensure that the product is properly grounded.
Your safety and the safety of others is very important. We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your
appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.
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This is the SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL.
This symbol alerts you to hazards.
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DANGER
Hazards or unsafe practices which may result in severe
personal injury or death.
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WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices which may result in severe
personal injury or death.
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CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices which may result in
personal injury or property damage.
Shipping Damage Claim Procedure:
The equipment is crafted and inspected carefully by skilled personnel before leaving the factory. The transportation company
assumes full responsibility for the safe delivery upon acceptance of the equipment. If the shipment arrives damaged:
1.
2.
3.
Note on the freight bill or express delivery document any visible loss or damage and have the document signed by the person making the delivery.
File claim for damages immediately regardless of the extent of damages.
For damage noticed after unpacking (concealed loss or damage), notify the transportation company immediately and file a “Concealed Damage” claim with them. This should be done within fifteen (15) days from the date that delivery is made to you. Retain the shipping container for inspection.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by-products which are on the list of substances known by the State of
California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. California law requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure
to such substances. To minimize exposure to these substances, always operate this unit according to the Owners Manual,
ensuring you provide proper ventilation when cooking with gas.
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Important - The installation of this appliance must conform to local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel
Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 Natural Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149-1 or the Propane Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149-2
as applicable, including:
1.
2.
The appliance and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressure in excess of 1/2 psi (3.45 kPa).
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing the individual manual shut off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system.
The appliance, when installed, must be wired and electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local
codes, with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2 as applicable.
Installation, Operation and Service Personnel - Installation of the equipment should be performed by qualified, certified, licensed
and/or authorized personnel who are experienced in state/local installation codes.
Operation of the equipment should be performed by qualified or authorized personnel who have read and understand this manual
and are familiar with the functions of the equipment.
Service of the equipment should be performed by qualified and licensed service personnel who are knowledgeable with American
Range products.
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DANGER
Installation - Gas Standards and Codes
1. A manual gas shut off valve must be installed in the gas supply (service) line ahead of the appliance and gas pressure regulator in the gas stream for safety and ease of future maintenance/service.
2. The gas pressure regulator supplied with the appliance must be installed prior to connecting the equipment to the gas supply line. Failure to install a regulator will void the equipment warranty and result in a potentially hazardous condition.
3. Contact factory for installation, maintenance and repairs, American Range Customer Service at www.americanrange.com
or 818.897.0808.
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Rating Plate - The location of the rating plate is shown in Figure 2. The information on the
rating plate defines the model, serial number, gas type (natural or liquid propane), operating
pressures and burner BTU ratings. Keep this information for future reference. It is essential for
proper identification of the unit when requesting additional information or factory support.
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WARNING
Appliances must be connected only to the
type of gas identified on the rating plate.
Clearances - The appliance must be kept free and clear of all combustible materials.
This unit is designed and certified for the following installation only:
Intertek
3013256
SERIAL NO.
MODEL: M-2-GR
GAS TYPE: NAT
VOLTS 110
MAN. PRESS: 5.0
ELECTRICAL RATING
PHASE 1
AMPS 6.5/3/0
INPUT-BTU/HOUR/BURNER
CONV. OVEN 45,000
Intertek
IN. W.C.
CYCLE 60/50
CLEARANCES
NON-COMB. COMB.
BACK
0”
4”
SIDES
0”
12”
FOR USE ONLY ON NONCOMBUSTIBLE FLOORS
CURB MOUNT MUST HAVE 2” OVERHANG
INTENDED FOR OTHER THAN HOUSEHOLD USE.
ANSI Z83.11a/CSA 1.8a-2007 Food Service Equipment
Rating Plate
CLEARANCE FROM MINIMUM COMBUSTIBLE AND NON-COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
Back
Side
COMBUSTIBLE
6”
6”
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
0”
0”
Installation - Electric Utility Connections-Standards and Codes
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WARNING
The installation instructions contained here are for the use of qualified
installation and service personnel only. Installation or service by other
than certified / licensed personnel will void the warranty and will result
in damage to the oven and/or injury to the operator.
Qualified installation personnel are individuals, a firm or a company which either in person or through a representative are engaged
in and responsible for the installation of electrical wiring from the electric meter, main control box or service outlet to the electric
appliance.
Qualified installation personnel, licensed and bonded, must be experienced in such work, familiar with all precautions required and
have complied with all requirements of state or local authorities having jurisdiction.
U.S. and Canadian Installations - All ovens, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the
absence of codes, with the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70 - Latest Edition and/or Canadian National Electrical Code C22.2
as applicable.
The ventilation of these ovens should be in accordance with local codes. In 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.
The appliance is to be installed with a check valve in accordance with applicable federal, province and local codes.
General Export Installations - Installation must conform to Local and National Standards. Local installation codes and/or
requirements may vary. If you have any questions regarding the proper installation or operation of your American Range
Convection Oven, please contact your local distributor. If you do not have a local distributor, contact American Range
Corporation at 1.888.753.9898 or visit us at www.americanrange.com
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Do Not Mount the oven on a curb base. Use casters. Adequate air space at the bottom and rear of the unit must be provided for
the proper venting of the blower motor.
Assembly - Do not use the door to lift or move the oven! The double ovens are installed on casters shipped with the unit.
The standard assembly parts or casters for the single oven are shipped separately, within the crated unit.
Single Oven - Assemble the leg / stand assembly as follows:
1. Remove the legs from the package.
2. Referring to Figure 1, secure bottom shelf to the legs, using bolts, and nuts provided. Tighten all bolts securely.
3. Place oven on the top of leg / stand assembly. Match holes on the frame with oven bottom base. Fasten with bolts
provided. For the bottom shelf and rack support:
a. Screw the bottom shelf to the legs.
b. Screw the guide support angles to the bottom shelf and top leg frame.
BOTTOM SHELF QTY. (1)
LEG TOTAL QTY. (4)
#14 1/4 X 3/4
SCREW TOTAL QTY. (12) W/LEGS
SCREW TOTAL QTY. (16) W/CASTERS
#20 1/4 X 3/4
BOLT TOTAL QTY. (32)
Figure 1
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MOUNT HOLE
PATTERN
LEG
MOUNT HOLE
PATTERN
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Double Oven - Only 6” casters can be used with the double oven.
1. Match holes on the casters with the oven bottom base and assemble with hardware provided.
2. Stack top oven on top of bottom oven.
3. Remove top kick plate by lifting and pulling forward. Then bolt by rear and front joiner brackets as shown in Figure 2.
4. Assemble the flue extension as shown in the same figure.
5. Do not use other manufacturer or aftermarket casters or legs.
Majestic
POWER
COOK
FLUE EXTENSION BRACKET
OFF
COOL
THERMOSTAT
OFF
500
200
450
MOTOR
250
400
300
350
60
0
TIMER
LOW
FAN
LIGHT
FLUE EXTENSION
OFF
LIGHT
RATING PLATE
Majestic
POWER
COOK
OFF
COOL
JOINER BRACKET
(2 FRONT, BEHIND
KICK PLATE)
JOINER BRACKET
(2 REAR)
THERMOSTAT
OFF
500
200
450
250
400
300
350
60
0
TIMER
LOW
FAN
OFF
LIGHT
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
Figure 2
Caster Installation - With provided casters, match holes on the caster with holes on the oven bottom base and fasten with the
hardware provided. Locking-type casters must be installed in front of the unit.
Leveling - A carpenter’s spirit level should be placed on the oven’s center baking rack, and the unit leveled both front-to-back and
side-to-side. If the unit is not level, cakes, casseroles and any other liquid or semi-liquid batter will not bake evenly, burner
combustion may become erratic, and the unit will not function properly.
If the floor is relatively smooth and level, the unit may be leveled by turning the “foot” section of the leg, since casters are not
adjustable. Identify the high corner and level the unit - using metal shims if the adjustment amount required exceeds the 1-1/4”
adjustment amount available. Casters must be leveled with shims. A unit will probably not return to the same position after being
moved, so be sure to re-level as necessary.
Air Supply and Ventilation - The area in front of, around and above the appliance must be kept clear to avoid any obstruction of
the flow of combustion and ventilation air. Adequate clearance must also be maintained at all times in front and at the sides of the
appliances for proper operation and servicing. Refer to the chart “Clearance from Minimum Combustible and Non-Combustible
Construction” presented on page 3 of this manual.
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Means must be provided for any commercial, heavy-duty cooking appliance to exhaust combustion waste products to the outside
of the building. Usual practice is to place the unit under an exhaust hood. Filters and drip troughs should be part of any industrial
hood. Consult local codes before constructing and installing a hood.
Air movement should be checked during installation. Strong exhaust fans in the hood or in the overall air conditioning system can
produce a slight vacuum in the room and/or cause air drafts – either may interfere with the pilot or main burner performance and
can also be hard to diagnose. If pilot burner or main burner outage problems persist – make up air openings or baffles may have to
be provided in the room.
Electrical Connection - The standard gas operated convection ovens require a 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 AMP electrical service for
operation. The supply cord provided on the appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for protection against
electrical shock hazard. The electrical service in the building must be equipped with a properly grounded three-prong receptacle, in
accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or in Canada – to
Canadian electrical codes, CSA C22.2. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
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WARNING
Electrical Grounding Instructions
The appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your
protection against electrical shock hazard and should be plugged directly
into a proper grounded three-prong receptacle.
Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from the plug.
For gas fired units and any NEC compliant receptacle, properly grounded and with correct
polarity is required.
Electric convection ovens are configured at the factory for operation from 208 VAC, single
phase, or 208 VAC, three-phase electrical service is also an available configuration. Consult
wiring diagram located at the end of this manual and on the back side of the appliance.
CAUTION
N
L
L
N
G
G
GOOD
NO GOOD
120 VAC POLARITY SPECS
NOTE
A39074
No attempt should be made to operate this appliance during an electrical
service failure. The appliance is not capable of operation without specified gas
and electric requirements.
Gas Connection - The single deck oven requires one gas connection; the double deck oven requires two gas connections. The gas
inlet line size of this appliance is 3/4” NPT. For proper operation, the gas supply service line must be the same size or greater than
the inlet line size of the appliance.
Manual Shut Off Valve - A gas pressure regulator and a contractor-supplied shut-off valve must be plumbed in the gas service line
ahead of the appliance – in a physical location where it can be reached quickly in the event of an emergency.
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The gas pressure regulator must be installed in the gas line – failure to install a pressure regulator will void the equipment
warranty. The regulators supplied with convection ovens have 3/4” NPT connections; the regulators adjusted at the factory for
5” W.C (water column) manifold gas pressure (natural gas) or 10” W.C. manifold gas pressure for propane gas operation.
Before connecting the regulator, check the incoming line pressure – as these regulators can only withstand a maximum inlet pressure
of 14” W.C. (1/2 PSI); exceeding this pressure will damage them. Visually double check any installer-supplied intake pipes and/or blow
them out using compressed air to clear any dirt or debris, threading chips, or other foreign matter – before installing a service line.
Those particles will clog gas orifices when gas pressure is applied. Compounds used on threaded joints of this appliance piping must
be resistant to the action of NP and LP gas and provide a gas tight seal to prevent leaks. If the gas supply line pressure is greater than
this amount, a step-down regulator will be required. A gas flow direction arrow is cast into the body of the regulator to minimize
installation error – it should point downstream to the appliance. The blue air vent cap on the top of the regulator is part of the
regulator and should not be removed.
Any adjustment to the regulator must be made only by qualified and licensed service personnel with the proper calibrated test
equipment. Gas connections should be performed by a qualified licensed contractor.
Ovens with Casters - In order to be able to service this appliance, it must be installed with the locking front casters supplied,
a flexible connector complying with ANSI Z21.69.CGA6.16 and a quick disconnect device complying with ANSI Z21.41CGA 6.9.
Adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of the appliance without depending on the connector and the quick
disconnect device or its associated piping to limit the appliance movement.
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CAUTION
When lighting the gas oven, DO NOT stand with your face close
to the combustion chamber.
All American Range Corporation appliances are adjusted and tested before leaving the factory, effectively matching them to
appropriate atmospheric conditions. We recommend that adjustments and calibrations are performed upon installation to assure
proper operation of the unit and avoid possible problems caused by rough handling or vibration during shipment. This work must be
performed only by qualified service personnel. These adjustments are the responsibility of the customer and/or dealer and are not
covered by warranty.
Check all gas connections for leaks with a soapy water solution before lighting the oven. DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME TO
CHECK FOR LEAKS! Putting an open flame beside a new gas connection is extremely dangerous and may result in serious injury
or death.
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Reliable KXT Thermostat Manual Controls
Control Description
1. Oven Indicator Light - This light indicates the heating elements are energized. When the light goes out, the oven has reached the requested operating temperature.
2. Selector Switch - This switch controls power to the oven. It turns the oven, COOK, OFF
or COOL if the door is open to activate the cooling fan.
3. Thermostat - This allows the operator to set cooking temperatures
from 200ºF to 500ºF.
4. Timer - Turn knob to desired cook time. When cook period ends a buzzer sounds.
5. Light switch - This momentary contact switch is used to control the light.
6. Hi Speed, Lo Speed Convection Fan Switch - Use this switch to set the fan speed for
best cooking results.
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Cook and Hold Controls
Control Description
1. Oven Indicator Light - This light indicates the heating elements are energized. When the light goes out, the oven has reached the requested operating temperature.
2. Selector Switch - This switch controls power to the oven. It turns the oven, COOK, OFF or COOL if the door is open to activate the cooling fan.
TIMER
TEMP.
START
CANCEL
3. Thermostat - This allows the operator to set cooking temperatures
from 200ºF to 500ºF.
4. Timer - Turn knob to desired cook time. When cook period ends a buzzer sounds.
5. Light switch - This momentary contact switch is used to control the light.
6. Hi Speed, Lo Speed Convection Fan Switch - Use this switch to set the fan speed for
best cooking results.
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To Check For Gas Leaks Using a Soapy Water Solution
1. Turn ON the manual gas valve at the inlet side of the gas supply line.
2. Remove the kick plate by lifting and pulling away from the unit.
3. Check for gas leaks at the flexible coupling or gas connector fitting using a solution of one part soap and three parts water.
4. Sparingly spray or brush the soapy solution at the gas fittings; active bubbling indicates location of gas leak.
5. If a gas leak is detected turn off the manual gas valve at the inlet side of the gas line. Call your certified and licensed service
technician.
Lighting Instructions for Gas Fired Convection Ovens
1. Before attempting to light this appliance, the cover, if so equipped should be open.
2. Turn OFF the manual gas valve located at the outlet side of the gas supply line.
3. Turn the manual gas supply valve to the OFF position.
4. Set the thermostat to the OFF position.
5. Press the power switch to the OFF position.
6. Wait five minutes.
7. This appliance is equipped with an automatic spark ignition device which automatically lights the pilot burner. Do not try to light the pilot burner with a match.
8. Turn the manual gas supply valve to the ON position.
9. Press the power switch to the ON “COOK” position.
10. Set the thermostat to the desired temperature. The direct spark ignitor will light the pilot burner and the pilot
burner will light the main burners. If both burners do not light, go back to steps 2 - 9 above and repeat the process. If the problem persists, call your factory personnel.
11. The cover, if so equipped, should be replaced.
12. If gas odor is detected turn off the gas valve and follow lighting instructions.
To Shut Down the Gas Fired Convection Oven
1. Set the thermostat to the OFF position.
2. Press the power switch to the OFF position.
3. Turn the manual gas supply valve to the OFF position.
Final Preparation - On initial installation, turn the oven thermostat to 250ºF and operate the unit for about one hour, then reset the
thermostat to its maximum and operate the unit for an additional hour. This will drive off any manufacturing oils remaining in the unit.
Let the unit cool and thoroughly clean interior surfaces using hot soapy water.
Maintenance Summary
1. Never attempt to run oven with motor off.
2. Cool down after cooking is finished.
3. Periodically lubricate the pivot pins of the oven door hinge. Use a multi-purpose lubricating oil sparingly.
4. Door chain assembly and door bushing must be inspected periodically and adjusted or replaced to ensure
satisfactory operation of doors.
5. Clean the burner air shutter and burner chamber. Remove any accumulation of debris by hand.
6. Check blower wheel for any accumulation of debris. Remove by hand, do not use any tools.
7. Replace burned out light bulbs.
8. Excessive use will result in excessive wear and tear.
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CAUTION
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Disconnect all power sources and lockout to prevent accidental start up
of equipment.
Cleaning and Maintenance - Any piece of equipment operates better and lasts longer when properly maintained. Cooking equipment is
no exception. Your American Range convection oven must be kept clean during the working day and thoroughly cleaned at the end of
the day.
To increase the lifetime of the motor, follow these instructions:
a. Do not run an empty oven at higher temperatures for an extended period of time.
b. After you finish cooking place the rocker switch in the COOL position and open the door. Air will be hot, use care. When the oven temperature is equal to the room temperature, turn the unit OFF.
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CAUTION
Never use ammonia in an oven that is warmer than room
temperature and always provide direct fresh air ventilation
when cleaning the unit.
Daily Cleaning - Convection Ovens
1. Your appliance should be checked for safe and efficient operation at least yearly by a qualified service company.
2. Never spray water at or near equipment at any time as this could damage internal parts of the unit.
3. Stainless Steel Care - All Stainless Steel appliance parts should be wiped regularly with hot soapy water during the day,
and with a liquid cleaner designed for this material at the end of each day as well. DO NOT USE steel wool, abrasive cloths,
cleaners or powders to clean Stainless Steel surfaces! If it is necessary to scrape Stainless Steel to remove encrusted
materials, soak in hot water to loosen the material, then use a wooden or nylon scraper. DO NOT USE a metal knife, spatula, or any other metal tool to scrape Stainless Steel! Scratches are almost impossible to remove.
4. Remove the baking racks.
5. Be very careful about scratching the porcelain finish on the oven liner panels. Scrape off any food particles with a nylon griddle scraper. 6. Wash all the above with hot soapy water, then reassemble.
7. Baked-on spills and stubborn stains may be removed with ordinary household ammonia. Scrub with
a nylon pad while oven is at room temperature only.
8. Do not allow any spray-type oven cleaners to come into contact with the temperature probe in the oven.
9. After cleaning the oven, rinse well with a solution of 1/4 cup of vinegar to one quart of clear water to neutralize any
caustic residue remaining from the cleaning agent. Use water sparingly.
Periodic Maintenance
1. Check the ventilation system periodically to see that nothing has fallen down into the exhaust vents.
2. Lubricate the pivot pins of the oven door hinge. Use a multi-purpose lubricating oil sparingly.
Contact the factory, a factory representative or a local service company
to perform maintenance and repairs.
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TIPS ON USING THE CONVECTION OVEN
General Guidelines
The American Range Convection Oven is a high performance commercial cooking appliance. You may need to adjust cook time and
temperature to achieve best results for your product.
TEMPERATURES and COOK TIMES
Preheating The Oven - Always preheat the oven before baking or roasting. to the desired temperature. When “Oven Indicator Light” is
off the unit is at temperature.
Cook Temperatures - Generally should be 25ºF (10ºC) lower than the deck or range oven recipes. If the edges of the product are done
but the center is raw, or if there is color variation, consider reducing the thermostat setting another 15 - 25ºF (10-15ºC). Continue to
reduce the cook temperature on successive loads until the desired results are achieved.
NOTE: Cooking at excessive temperatures will not reduce the cook time, and more likely, will produce unsatisfactory baking and roasting results.
Cook Time - Check the product in about half the time recommended for deck and range oven recipes. Record cook times and
temperatures that provide the best results for future reference.
NOTE: Cook time will vary with the amount of product loaded, the type of pan and the temperature.
OPERATING TIPS
Pans and Racks - Product or pan height determines how many racks are used. The oven holds up to ten - 18” x 26” (45.7 x 66.0 cm)
pans.
Load the oven from the bottom, centering the pans on the rack. Never place a pan or aluminum foil on the bottom of the oven as this
will obstruct the convection air flow and result in uneven baking and roasting.
Roasting - To reduce shrinkage when roasting, place meat directly on the racks. Place a sheet pan one-half full of water in the bottom
rack position. The water will evaporate, increasing humidity in the oven chamber. The pan catches grease from the meat, making oven
cleaning easier.
Baking - Weigh the product to ensure equal distribution in each pan. Varying amounts of product will cause uneven baking results.
Fan - The fan must be operating for the oven to heat.
Lights - The oven light switch is momentary contact. Press the switch to see what’s cooking – this feature will lengthen the lifetime of
the bulb.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED ACTION
SYMPTOM: Heating elements do not come on.
Unit is not connected to gas or electrical service
Visually check unit is wired to gas or electrical service
Power switch is on
Set the power switch to COOK
Thermostat is set to very low temperature
Set temperature to desired value
Doors are open
Close the door
SYMPTOM: Oven does not reach selected temperature.
May not have been on long enough
Unit preheats to 350ºF in about ten minutes
Thermostat may be defective
Unit will require service
Too little gas pressure, dirty gas line
Call for authorized service
SYMPTOM: Convection fan does not operate.
Unit is not connected to electrical service
Visually check unit is wired to electrical service
Power switch is off
Set the power switch to COOK
Circuit breaker is tripped
Reset the breaker, observe operation
SYMPTOM: General baking problems.
Unit set to “standard” bake temperature
Set unit to convection bake temperature
Thermostat out of calibration
Unit will require service
!
WARNING
Always disconnect the electrical power service
before cleaning or servicing the oven.
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ENERGY STAR® MAJESTIC & MSD GAS OVEN
6 54 321
MAJESTIC & MSD SERIES PILOT IGNITION
6 54 32 1
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F
H
I
TOP
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N
C
O
O
L
TOP
TOP
O
N
L
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MA SERIES PILOT IGNITION
654321
O
N
O
F
F
H
I
TOP
C
O
O
L
TOP
TOP
O
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ME/MSDE ELECTRIC OVEN
6
5
4
3
2
1
CONTACTOR
HEATING ELEMENTS
L3
L2
L1
G
POWER CONNECTION
208V, 1 PH, 50 AMPS
6
5
4
3
2
1
CONTACTOR
HEATING ELEMENTS
L3
L2
L1
POWER CONNECTION
208V, 3 PH, 30 AMPS
O
N
C
O
O
L
O
F
F
O
N
H
I
L
O
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
KW
Hz
Volts
Amps
Phase
L1
L2
L3
Electrical Connection
(minimum size)
--
50
6 AWG
15
15
8 AWG
--
50
6 AWG
U.S. AND CANADIAN INSTALLATIONS
11
60
208
1
550
11
60
208
3
11
60
220 - 240
1
11
60
220 - 240
3
15
15
15
8 AWG
15
550
GENERAL EXPORT INSTALLATIONS
11
50
240
3
19
14
14
Size per local code
11
50
240
1
42
-
42
Size per local code
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16
15
14
13
18
12
19
11
DOUBLE STACK KIT
17
21
22
24
23
26
25
28
29
30
31
32
33
35
36
37
38
39
MAJESTIC ME-1 MSDE-1
46
42
43
44
45
47
4
41
48
3
40
1
52
54
53
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ITEM
NO.
PART NO.
46
A10009
Switch, Rocker 3 Position 10406 M/MSD Series ARC
47
A10058
Contactor, 3 Pole 208-240 VAC 50HZ Coil 208/220VAC ME/
MSDE
Screw, Set 8mm x 16mm Socket SS M/MSD Blower Wheel
52
A99712
Bracket, KXT Thermostat M/MSD 1330 ARC
A12000
Element, Heating Assembly 9.9KW 3300W Per Rod 208V
Incology ME
53
A11105
Thermostat, KXT Electric M/MSD 10404 ARC
A20036
Bulb, Light 40W 240V A15 ME/MESD
54
A60001
Timer, Cooking 60 Minute 10408 M/MSD, ARC
11
A43000
Bushing, Oilite Bronze Flanged M/MSD Series
12
A99341
Bracket, Door Support Channel 1555B New Style MSD/
Majestic
A43108
Chain Majestic
A43101
Link, Chain M1
A43005
Rod, 1CV 1/4” x 3” Rt/Lt M/MSD Series
A43006
Rod, 1CV 1/4” x 20” Rt/Lt ARFO/M1
A43001
Turnbuckle, 1CV Alum Body M/MSD Series
A99306
Chain Assembly, M/MSD Door Closing w/Cast Iron Turnbuckle
A99263
Door, Solid Stainless Left hand Assembly w/Pullarm M/MSD
Series
A99264
Door, Glass Window Pack Stainless Left Side w/Pullarm M/
MSD Series
17
A43022
Bearing Sleeve, Bronze 1/2” ID x 3/4” OD 1/2” LG
18
A53010
Tube, Handle M1/MSD .049w x 1” x 23-1/2” 180 Grit
A99265
Door, Solid Stainless Rt Side w/Switch Activator M/MSD Series
A99266
Door, Glass Window Pack Rt SIde w/Switch Activator M/MSD
Series
A99304
Actuator, Door Switch Collar Assembly M/MSD Series
A35018
Caster, 4” Swivel No Brake NSF 300 lb. Load AR/Medallion
A35019
Caster, 4” Swivel with Brake NSF 300 lb. AR/Medallion
A35107
Caster, Set (4) 5” Swivel 2/w Brakes 300 lb. Load Majestic/
MSD/HD
A10003
Switch, Oven Door Plunger with Rubber Boot M/MSD only
A99709
Gaskets, Oven Cell Left & Right Spring Stainless Steel M/MSD
A99716
Gaskets, Oven Cell Top & Bottom Spring Stainless Steel M/
MSD
A31000
Rack, Majestic Oven 28-1/2” x 26” Chrome Plated M/MA
A31082
Rack, Convection Oven MSD Chrome Plated 17.870” x
28.250”
A99233
Bracket, Door Hinge Left Side Heavy Duty Stainless M/MSD
A99329
Hinge, Bracket Lt Louver Panel Flat Back M/MSD Series
A31084
Guide, Rack 27-1/8” x 22-3/4” Chrome Plated M/MA Lt/Rt
A31081
Guide, Rack 21.40” x 19.19” Chrome Plated MSD Lt/Rt
35
A99330
Hinge, Bracket Rt Louver Panel Flat Black M/MSD Series
36
A99234
Bracket, Door Hinge Right Side Heavy Duty Stainless M/MSD
37
A20001
Bulb, Light Frosted 40W 130V M/MSD
39
A20000
Socket, Light Porcelain Base 10445 M/MSD/ACB Series
41
A10000
Switch, Rocker On/Off/Momentary MA
42
A10001
Switch, Rocker Fan On/Off/Maintain M/MSD Series
43
A32017
Knob, Black w/White Arrow ARC/M 01409
44
A32005
Knob, Dial KXT Thermostat 10411 M/MSD Series, ARC
45
A32023
Bezel, KXT-397-36 Thermostat 10440-C M/MSD Series, ARC
ITEM
NO.
PART
NO.
1
A91014
Motor, 1/2HP 50/60HZ 1725/1140 ME/MESD 200-230V 200V
60/50HZ
A91201
Blower, Motor Wheel w/Stainless Set Screws M/MSD Series
A42175
3
4
13
14
21
23
24
25
28
30
32
33
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
Prices subject to change without notice.
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18
17
16
15
20
21
13
23
24
DOUBLE STACK KIT
19
26
25
28
27
37
34
30
38
39
35 36
33
32
31
42
43
44
4
58
64
62
60
59
48
50
61
47
49
51
6
MAJESTIC M-1 MSD-1
66
57
3
55
67
2
73
64
89
58
66
57
71
72
88
DIGITAL CONTROL
DIGITAL
87
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ITEM
NO.
PART NO.
2
A20000
Socket, Light Porcelain Base 10445 M/MSD/ACB Series
A29026
Hood, Orifice #38 1/2” Brass 11038/MSD Nat Gas
3
A20001
Bulb, Light Frosted 40W 130V M/MSD
A29003
Hood, Orifice #53 1/2” Brass Flat Head/MSD LP Gas ARROB
A91000
Motor, 1/2 HP 50/60HZ 1PH M1/MSD 1725/1140 RPM 115V
A29021
Hood, Orifice #35 1/2” Brass 11035M
A91014
Motor, 1/2 HP 50/60HZ 1725/1140 ME/MESD 200-230V 60/50
HZ
A29022
Hood, Orifice #51 1/2” Brass 11051M
A91201
Blower, Motor Wheel w/Stainless Set Screws M/MSD Series
A42175
Screw, Set 8mm x 16mm Socket SS M/MSD Blower Wheel
A43000
Bushing, Oilite Bronze Flanged M/MSD Series
A99306
Chain Assembly, M/MSD Door Closing w/Cast Iron Turnbuckle
A43108
Chain, Door Chain Assembly M/MSD Series
A43101
Link, Door Chain Assembly M/MSD Series
A43005
Rod, 1CV 1/4” x 3” Rt/Lt M/MSD Series
A43006
Rod, 1CV 1/4” x 20” Rt/Lt AFRO/M1
A43001
Turnbuckle, 1CV Alum Body M/MSD Series
A99263
4
ITEM
NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
A11109
Orifice, Bell 0.014L VL LP Gas 11107 AF-Series
A37054
Conversion Kit, M1 Nat Gas
A37079
Conversion Kit, M2 LP Gas
A37080
Conversion Kit, M2 Nat Gas
A37144
Conversion Kit, MSD-1 LP Gas
A37145
Conversion Kit, MSD-1 Nat Gas
A37226
Conversion Kit, MSD-2 LP Gas
A37227
Conversion Kit, MSD-2 Nat Gas
37
A99716
Gasket, Oven Cell Top & Bottom Spring Stainless Steel M/
MSD
Door, Solid Stainless Left Hand Assembly w/Pullarm M/MSD
Series
38
A99709
Gaskets, Oven Cell Left and Right Spring Stainless Steel M/
MSD
A99264
Door, Glass Window Pack Stainless Left Side w/Pullarm M/MSD
Series
39
A11107
Pilot, Nat Gas .26 .110 Term Majestic 36” Long Wire
17
A27005
Glass, Window Pack & J-Trim M1/MSD
19
A43022
Bearing Sleeve, Bronze 1/2” ID x 3/4” OD 1/2 LG
20
A53010
Tube, Handle M1/MSD .049w x 1” x 23-1/2” 180 Grit
A42003
Bolt, Hex GR5 1/4-20 x 3/4” ZP 4000/Box
A32105
Bracket, Door Handle M/MSD Polish Chrome
A99265
Door, Solid Stainless Rt Side w/Switch Activator M/MSD Series
A99266
Door, Glass Window Pack Rt Side w/Switch Activator M/MSD
Series
A99304
Activator, Door Switch Collar Assembly M/MSD Series
A35018
Caster, 4” Swivel No Brake NSF 300 lb. Load AR/Medallion
A35019
Caster, 4” Swivel with Brake NSF 300 lb. Load AR/Medallion
A35107
6
13
15
16
21
23
36
A11120
Pilot, LPG Gas .16 .110 Term Majestic 36” Long Wire
A14010
Burner, Convection Oven M/MA Series
A14027
Burner, Convection Oven MSD Series
43
A99330
Hinge, Bracket Rt Louver Panel Flat Black M/MSD Series
44
A99234
Bracket, Door Hinge Right Side Heavy Duty Stainless M/MSD
47
A80101
Solenoid, Valve Safety Gas 115V 10415/73462 HD Series/
AR6C/M1
A13019
Harness, M/MSD Majestic Wiring with Pin Connector
42
48
A13021
Harness, MSD/M1 Wiring with Pin Connector “Energy Star”
49
A20006
Box, Electric 4-1/2” OCT, w/Back 10459
50
A13100
Cord, Power NEMA 5-15P SJT 16/3 6’ Black ROJ 5-1/2”
Grn#10 Term
Caster, Set of (4) 5” Swivel 2/w Brakes 300 lb. Load Majestic/
MSD/HD
51
A10062
Control, Gas Pilot Ignition Direct Spark 120V MSD/Majestic
A10003
Switch, Oven Door Plunger with Rubber Boot M & MSD Only
55
A80110
Valve, Pressure Regulator 3/4 10480 Nat Gas Set 5
A35001
Leg 6” Cone 3” Adjustable Bullet Chrome Plated NSF
A80011
Valve, Pressure Regulator 3/4 10481 LP Gas Set 10.0
A35000
Leg Bullet for 1-5/8 Tube NSF 10438
57
A10011
Light, Indicator 120V Red 12.7 10407 w/Wire Lead and Male
Term
A31081
Guide, Rack 21.40” x 19.19” Chrome Plated MSD Lt/Rt
58
A10009
Switch, Rocker 3 Position 10406 M/MSD Series, ARC
A31084
Guide, Rack 27-1/8” x 22-3/4” Chrome Plated M/MA Lt/Rt
59
A32023
Bezel, KXT-397-36 Thermostat 10440-C M/MSD Series, ARC
31
A99233
Bracket, Door Hinge Left Side Heavy Duty Stainless M/MSD
60
A32005
Knob, Dial KXT Thermostat 10411 M/MSD Series, ARC
32
A99329
Hinge, Bracket Lt Louver Panel Flat Black M/MSD Series
61
A28002
Connector, Male 3/8cc x 1/8 MPT 10014 Compression Fitting
A31000
Rack, Majestic Oven 28-1/2” x 26” Chrome Plated M/MA
62
A32017
Knob, Timer M/MSD Series 104099
A31082
Rack,Convection Oven MSD Chrome Plated 17.870” x 28.250”
64
A10001
Switch, Rocker Fan On/Off Maintain, M/MSD only
34
A24000
Elbow, Orifice Mixr 3/8C - 3/8-27 10442
66
A10000
Switch, Rocker On/Off/Momentary, MA
35
A99725
Bracket, Orifice Elbow M1
67
A39001
Label, Majestic Oven New Style American Range Logo
71
A60001
Timer, Cooking 60 Minute 10408 M/MSD, ARC
72
A11105
Thermostat, KXT Electric M/MSD 10404 ARC
73
A99712
Bracket, KXT Thermostat M/MSD 1330 ARC
86
A60000
Control, Digital Timer Temperature 100-500 F MA Series
87
A55000
Probe, Sensor Convection Oven 1000 OHMS MA Series
88
A39000
Label, Control Majestic Oven w/Red Transparent Window MA
89
A32000
Knob, Digital Control Timer Black Cap MA Series
25
26
27
28
30
33
Prices subject to change without notice.
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WARRANTY REQUIREMENT
For reliable operation and for your own safety, this professional cooking equipment must
be installed by a certified/licensed contractor.
Failure to comply will void any written or implied warranty.
Should the equipment require service during the standard warranty period, the receipt
proving certified installation must be made available to American Range for verification.
If installation was not performed by a certified/licensed contractor be prepared to submit
a major credit card for payment for proper installation prior to service.
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