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Shuttle® Oven
Models:
S2000
S2000NC
Installation and Operating Manual
P/N 07.04.653.00
WARNING
Do not operate this equipment unless you
have read and understood the contents of
this manual! Failure to follow the
instructions contained in this manual may
result in serious injury or death. This
manual contains important safety
information concerning the maintenance,
use, and operation of this product. If
you’re unable to understand the contents
of this manual, please bring it to the
attention of your supervisor. Keep this
manual in a safe location for future
reference.
ADVERTENCIA
No opere este equipo al menos que haya
leído y comprendido el contenido de este
manual! Cualquier falla en el seguimiento
de las instrucciones contenidas en este
manual puede resultar en un serio lesión
o muerte. Este manual contiene
importante información sobre seguridad
concerniente al mantenimiento, uso y
operación de este producto. Si usted no
puede entender el contenido de este
manual por favor pregunte a su
supervisor. Almacenar este manual en
una localización segura para la referencia
futura.
AVERTISSEMENT
Ne pas utiliser cet équipement sans avoir
lu et compris le contenu de ce manuel !
Le
non-respect
des
instructions
contenues dans ce manuel peut entraîner
de graves blessures ou la mort. Ce
manuel contient des informations
importantes
concernant
l'entretien,
l'utilisation et le fonctionnement de ce
produit. Si vous ne comprenez pas le
contenu de ce manuel, veuillez le signaler
à votre supérieur. Conservez ce manuel
dans un endroit sûr pour pouvoir vous y
référer plus tard.
© 2013 Ovention, Inc.
CONTENTS
Important Owner Information ..............................................2
Introduction ...........................................................................2
Important Safety Information...............................................3
Model Description.................................................................4
Model Designation................................................................5
Specifications........................................................................5
Plug Configurations.............................................................5
Electrical Rating Chart ........................................................5
Temperature Range ............................................................5
Dimensions .........................................................................6
Installation .............................................................................7
General ...............................................................................7
Operation ...............................................................................8
General ...............................................................................8
menu Item Information ........................................................8
Startup .................................................................................8
Cooking — Shuttle Mode ....................................................9
Cooking — Conveyor Mode..............................................10
Shutdown ..........................................................................10
Programming menu Items (Shuttle Mode) ........................10
Deleting menu Items/Categories (Shuttle Mode) ..............11
Programming Conveyor Settings (Conveyor Mode) .........11
Changing the Setpoint Temperature .................................12
Creating/Editing Setpoint Temperatures ...........................12
Uploading from a USB Drive.............................................13
Maintenance ........................................................................14
General .............................................................................14
Daily Cleaning ...................................................................14
monthly Cleaning ..............................................................14
Troubleshooting Guide ......................................................16
Options and Accessories...................................................17
Limited Warranty.................................................................18
Authorized Parts Distributors............................Back Cover
Record the model number, serial number, voltage, and
purchase date of the unit in the spaces below (specification
label located on the left side of the unit). Please have this
information available when calling Ovention for service
assistance.
Business
Hours:
Serial No. ________________________________________
Telephone: 855-298-6836 (Hotshot Hotline)
Date of Purchase __________________________________
additional information can be
found by visiting our web site at
www.oventionovens.com.
IMPORTANT OWNER INFORMATION
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Central Standard Time (CST)
(Summer Hours: June to September –
8:00 am to 5:00 Pm CST monday through Thursday
8:00 am to 2:30 Pm CST Friday)
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Service tab.
INTRODUCTION
service@oventionovens.com
This manual provides the installation, safety, and operating
instructions for Ovention Shuttle Ovens. Ovention recommends
all installation, operating, and safety instructions appearing in
this manual be read prior to installation or operation of the oven.
Ovention® Shuttle® Ovens set a new standard in cooking quality,
speed, flexibility, and efficiency. a new discovery in air handling
not only speeds the cooking process, but “scrubs” and
recirculates the air through the oven—eliminating the need for
a hood system in most installations (model S2000 only). Using
icon-driven touchscreens, operators can use, edit, and develop
over 1000 custom menu items. menu items can be developed
to include up to three cooking stages, each with varying heat
profiles, upper and lower air velocity settings, and timing.
Safety information that appears in this manual is identified by
the following signal word panels:
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Ovention Shuttle Ovens are designed with multi-function
touchscreen controllers and conveyor belt that enable individual
cooking sequences as well as non-stop operation of the oven.
Shuttle doors on each side of the oven chamber maintain
control and efficiency when cooking items with specific settings.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
Ovention Shuttle Ovens are products of extensive research and
field testing. The materials used were selected for maximum
durability, attractive appearance, and optimum performance.
Every unit is inspected and tested thoroughly prior to shipment.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal
injury.
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IMPORTANT SAFETy INFORMATION
Read the following important safety information before using this equipment to avoid
serious injury or death and to avoid damage to equipment or property.
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRIC ShOCK hAzARD:
• Plug unit into a properly grounded electrical receptacle
of the correct voltage, size, and plug configuration. If
plug and receptacle do not match, contact a qualified
electrician to determine and install proper voltage and
size electrical receptacle.
ExPLOSION hAzARD: Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
Install unit in accordance with installation instructions in
this manual.
This oven is designed specifically to heat or cook—NOT
for industrial or laboratory use.
• Unit must be grounded properly. Failure to ground unit
properly could result in serious personal injury or
death.
In the event of emergency, turn OFF Main Disconnect
switch.
• Turn off Standby switch, allow unit to cool, and unplug
unit/turn OFF Main Disconnect switch before
performing any cleaning, adjustments, or maintenance.
Make sure all operators have been instructed on the safe
and proper use of the unit.
• DO NOT submerge or saturate with water. Unit is not
waterproof. Do not operate if unit has been submerged
or saturated with water.
This unit is not intended for use by children or persons
with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities.
Ensure proper supervision of children and keep them away
from the unit.
• Unit is not weatherproof. Locate unit indoors where
ambient air temperature is a minimum of 70°F (21°C).
This unit has no “user-serviceable” parts. If service is
required on this unit, contact an Authorized Ovention
Service Agent or contact the Ovention hotshot hotline at
855-298-6836.
• Do not steam clean or use excessive water on unit.
• This unit is not “jet-proof” construction. Do not use jetclean spray to clean this unit.
• Do not clean unit when it is energized or hot.
• Do not clean unit with metal scouring pads. Metal
pieces can break off pad and touch electrical
components, creating risk of electric shock.
CAUTION
BURN hAzARD:
• Some exterior surfaces on unit will get hot. Avoid
unnecessary contact with unit.
• Pan/tray will be very hot upon removal—use oven mitt,
pan gripper, or other utensil to remove.
• Do not pull unit by power cord.
• Keep power cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do not allow power cord to hang over edge of counter.
Do not turn off Main Disconnect switch or unplug unit
immediately after use. Internal fans must cool oven to
avoid damage to electrical components.
• Discontinue use if power cord is frayed or worn.
• Do not attempt to repair or replace a damaged power
cord. Cord must be replaced by an Authorized Ovention
Service Agent or a person with similar qualifications.
Locate unit at proper counter height in an area that is
convenient for use. Location should be level to prevent
unit or its contents from falling accidentally and strong
enough to support the weight of the unit and contents.
• This unit must be serviced by qualified personnel only.
Service by unqualified personnel may lead to electric
shock or burn.
DO NOT lift unit by conveyor frame on each side of oven
chamber. Conveyor is not designed to support weight of
unit. Lift from underneath oven chamber only.
• Use only Genuine Ovention Replacement Parts when
service is required. Failure to use Genuine Ovention
Replacement Parts will void all warranties and may
subject operators of the equipment to hazardous
electrical voltage, resulting in electrical shock or burn.
Genuine Ovention Replacement Parts are specified to
operate safely in the environments in which they are
used. Some aftermarket or generic replacement parts
do not have the characteristics that will allow them to
operate safely in Ovention equipment.
Do not move or relocate unit for cleaning. Unit is bulky and
heavy.
Do not place anything on top of unit; doing so may subject
personnel to injury or could damage unit.
Do not heat sealed containers or products such as whole
eggs in oven. These items may explode.
FIRE hAzARD:
• Do not install unit on or around combustible surfaces.
Discoloration or combustion could occur. Unit must be
installed in non-combustible surroundings only.
Use caution and be aware of pinch points when slider
assembly is moving.
Do not store any materials or items inside oven chamber
when not in use.
• Do not use an extension cord. If power cord is too
short, contact a qualified electrician to determine and
install proper voltage and size electrical receptacle near
unit.
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Improper cleaning of oven could damage catalyst and will
void unit warranty.
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IMPORTANT SAFETy INFORMATION
NOTICE
NOTICE
Allow a minimum clearance of 1″ (25 mm) along the sides
and rear of unit for proper ventilation. Do not block or
cover any cabinet venting.
Use non-abrasive cleaners and cloths only. Abrasive
cleaners and cloths could scratch finish of unit, marring its
appearance and making it susceptible to soil accumulation.
Do not cover racks or any other part of oven with metal foil.
Airflow restriction will cause oven to overheat.
Clean unit daily to avoid malfunctions and maintain
sanitary operation.
Do not lay unit on front or back side. Damage to unit could
occur.
MODEL DESCRIPTION
All Models
Operator controls consist of two touchscreens, a Standby switch,
and a main Disconnect switch. adjustable door panels on each
side of the oven chamber can be used to customize the chamber
opening height. Two removable crumb trays, one below each side
of the conveyor, allow for easy cleanup. a USB port allows the
uploading of pre-programmed menu items, installation of software
updates, and opportunity for service diagnostics. a 6′ (1829 mm)
cord and plug set is standard.
Ovention Shuttle Ovens are designed to provide unequaled
flexibility in both kitchen and front-of-the-house installations. The
variety of menu options, small footprint, low heat escape, and the
option for hood-less installation make the Shuttle Oven a single
solution alternative to multiple pieces of cooking equipment.
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®
Each Shuttle Oven is equipped with dedicated upper and lower
heating elements and air blowers. The air blowers direct heated
air through upper and lower jet plates inside the oven chamber,
above and below the food. a conveyor belt moves product from
one side of the conveyor, through the oven chamber, to the
opposite side of the conveyor. Two cooking modes, Shuttle
Mode and Conveyor Mode, allow the oven to cook single items
with specific heat/time settings as well as multiple items
continuously like a standard conveyor oven.
Left Side
of Conveyor
NOTE: To prevent delay in obtaining warranty coverage,
complete online warranty registration. See the
ImPORTaNT OWNER INFORmaTION section for
details.
Right Side
of Conveyor
Oven Chamber
Shuttle Door
(open position)
Adjustable
Door Panel
Conveyor Belt
Conveyor
End Stop
Conveyor
End Stop
Optical Sensor
Oven Door
Shuttle Door
(closed position)
Touchscreens
Crumb
Tray
Optical
Sensor
USB Port
Standy Switch
model Description
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MODEL DESIGNATION
SXXXX
Oven Type:
S = Shuttle
Model Number:
2000 = 20" x 20" Cavity With Catalyst
2000NC = 20" x 20" Cavity, No Catalyst
SPECIFICATIONS
Plug Configuration
Units are equipped with an electrical cord and plug appropriate
for the electrical rating of the unit. Unit must be connected to a
dedicated circuit.
WARNING
ELECTRIC ShOCK hAzARD: Plug unit into a properly
grounded electrical receptacle of the correct voltage, size,
and plug configuration. If plug and receptacle do not
match, contact a qualified electrician to determine and
install proper voltage and size electrical receptacle.
Electrical Rating Chart
Model
S2000/
S2000NC
Voltage
208/240
Watts
9152/11760
Amps
44/49
NEMA 6-50P
Plug Configuration
NOTE: Receptacle not supplied by Ovention.
Phase
1
60
Plug Configuration
NEma 6-50P
Unit Weight
230 lbs. (104 kg)
NOTE: The specification label is located on the left side of the
unit. See the label for the serial number and verification
of unit electrical information.
NOTE: Ovention Shuttle Ovens are designed to accept either
208 VAC or 240 VAC. The oven will adjust automatically
to the input voltage.
Temperature Range
The operating temperature range of the oven is 300°–525°F
(149°–274°C).
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SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
Model
S2000/
S2000NC
Overall
Width (A)
63-5/16″
(1608 mm)
Depth
(B)
36-1/4″
(921 mm)
height
(C)
Footprint
Width (D)
20-1/4″
(514 mm)
20-5/16″
(516 mm)
Footprint
Depth (E)
26″
(659 mm)
A
Rear
Width (F)
35-1/8″
(891 mm)
Platform
Width (G)
21-3/16″
(538 mm)
Body
Width (h)
21″
(533 mm)
B
C
E
D
Front View
Side View
Oven Cavity Dimensions
Model S2000 / S2000NC
20" W x 20″ D x 3-1/4″ H
(508 x 508 x 82 mm)
Power Cord
F
Specification Label
on left side of unit.
G
H
G
Top View
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General
INSTALLATION
7. Install a crumb tray underneath each side of the conveyor.
Ovention Shuttle Ovens are shipped with most components
pre-assembled. Care should be taken when unpacking shipping
carton to avoid damage to the unit and components enclosed.
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• Slide the tray underneath the conveyor and into the tray
supports on each side of the conveyor frame.
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• Position the two hooks on the tray into the holes at the
end of the conveyor frame.
WARNING
ELECTRIC ShOCK hAzARD: Unit is not weatherproof.
Locate unit indoors where ambient air temperature is a
minimum of 70°F (21°C).
FIRE hAzARD: Locate unit a minimum of 1″ (25 mm) from
combustible walls and materials. If safe distances are not
maintained, discoloration or combustion could occur.
Right-Side
Conveyor Frame
Crumb Tray
CAUTION
Locate unit at proper counter height in an area that is
convenient for use. Location should be level to prevent
unit or its contents from falling accidentally and strong
enough to support the weight of the unit and contents.
Hook
NOTICE
Do not lay unit on front or back side. Damage to unit could
occur.
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Tra of
y
NOTE: Due to the size and weight of the Shuttle Oven, use the
proper number of people for installation based on the
weight of the oven.
1. Inspect the shipping container for obvious signs of transit
damage. If damaged, inform the freight company
immediately. CAUTION! Stop! Do not attempt to use
oven if damaged. Contact Ovention for assistance.
Tray
Support
2. Cut and remove the shipping bands from around the oven
packaging.
Installing a Crumb Tray
8. Install a conveyor end stop at each end of the conveyor
frame.
3. Remove tape and protective packaging from all surfaces of
the unit.
• Position the three hooks on the end stop over the
conveyor frame directly above crumb tray hooks.
4. Remove crumb trays and conveyor end stops from
packaging.
5. Inspect the oven for freight damage such as dents in the
end caps or inside the oven chamber. If damaged, inform
the freight company immediately.
Left-Side
Conveyor Frame
Conveyor
End Stop
CAUTION
DO NOT lift unit by conveyor frame on each side of oven
chamber. Conveyor is not designed to support weight of
unit. Lift from underneath oven chamber only.
Hook
6. Place the unit in the desired location. make sure to lift from
underneath the front and rear of the oven chamber only.
• Locate the unit in an area where the ambient air
temperature is constant and a minimum of 70° F
(21° C).
• make sure the unit is at the proper counter height in an
area convenient for use.
Installing a Conveyor End Stop
• make sure the countertop/table is level and strong
enough to support the weight of the unit and food
product.
9. Plug the unit into a properly grounded electrical receptacle
of the correct voltage, size, and plug configuration. See the
SPECIFICaTIONS section for details.
• Position the unit with a minimum 1” (25 mm) clearance
at the back and on either side for proper venting.
• make sure all the feet on the bottom of the unit are
positioned securely on the countertop/table.
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NOTE: The oven is suitable for either 208 VAC or 240 VAC and
will adjust automatically to the voltage being supplied.
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OPERATION
General
3. Touch the desired setpoint temperature.
• The oven heaters, air blowers, and cooling fans will start
up. allow 10–15 minutes for the oven to reach setpoint
temperature.
Use the following information and procedures to operate an
Ovention® Shuttle® Oven.
• The left touchscreen shows an icon that begins filling
into a circle as the oven reaches setpoint temperature.
WARNING
Read all safety messages in the IMPORTANT SAFETy
INFORMATION section before operating this equipment.
• The left touchscreen shows the current cavity
temperature, the selected setpoint temperature, and the
estimated time remaining to reach setpoint temperature.
In the event of emergency, turn OFF Main Disconnect
switch.
LEFT TOUCHSCREEN
CAUTION
BURN hAzARD: Some exterior surfaces on unit will get
hot. Avoid unnecessary contact with unit.
RIGHT TOUCHSCREEN
Cavity Temperatue:
107 F
Set Point Temperature:
400 F
Estimated Time Remaining:
Use caution and be aware of pinch points when slider
assembly is moving.
Menu Item Information
Shuttle Ovens are designed to provide unequaled flexibility and
efficiency. Each oven has the capability of storing 1024 custom
menu items. menu items can be organized into Categories that
group together similar items, such as different varieties of pizza.
a total of 128 Categories can be created, with each Category
able to contain 128 specific menu items. all Categories and/or
menu items appear on the menu screen.
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Heatup Screens
NOTE: To change the setpoint temperature selection during
preheat, move the Standby switch down to the “Off”
position, then back up to the “On” position. Select a new
setpoint temperature on the Startup screen.
When the oven reaches setpoint temperature, the oven begins
a temperature stabilizing period (a countdown screen appears).
NOTE: It is not necessary to use Categories. The oven can be
set up using specific menu items only.
at initial startup,the menu screen will show either sample menu
items or customer-specific, preloaded menu items. If the menu
screen shows sample menu items, these menu items can be
used to help develop specific menu items appropriate for the
installation. Refer to the “Programming menu Items” procedure
in this section for instructions on creating menu items.
Startup
1. make sure the main Disconnect switch is in the ON (I)
position.
NOTE: The Shuttle Oven can be set up to cook from left-toright or right-to-left. This manual is written to reflect an
oven set to cook from left-to-right.
Oven Stabilizing Screen
after the oven temperature stabilizes, the main menu screen
appears on one of the touchscreens. The oven is now ready for
cooking.
2. move the Standby switch up to the “On” position.
• The touchscreens will energize. One touchscreen
shows the name of the oven and current software
version. The other touchscreen shows the available
setpoint temperatures.
LEFT TOUCHSCREEN
Breakfast
Temperature: 350 F
LEFT TOUCHSCREEN
RIGHT TOUCHSCREEN
RIGHT TOUCHSCREEN
Lunch
Temperature: 400 F
Dinner
Temperature: 465 F
main menu Screen
NOTE: The Menu items shown are for example only.
Depending on the configuration of the oven, the Main
Menu screen will show either sample menu items or
customer-specific, preloaded menu items.
Touch desired setpoint
temperature.
Startup Screens
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OPERATION
Cooking — Shuttle Mode
Use the following procedures to operate the oven in Shuttle
Mode. Shuttle Mode provides the options of cooking single
items with specific settings as needed or cooking multiple items
with specific settings continuously (queued items).
CAUTION
BURN hAzARD: Pan/tray will be very hot upon removal—
use oven mitt, pan gripper, or other utensil to remove.
4. Using a paddle, pan gripper, or other utensil, remove the
cooked food product.
Single Item Cooking
1. make sure the oven has reached setpoint temperature. The
main menu screen will appear on one of the touchscreens.
Indicates
current
screen.
Touch to put oven
in Conveyor Mode
(continuous motion).
Queued Item Cooking (Continuous Cooking)
1. Perform steps 1–3 of the “Single Item Cooking” procedure
in this section.
• The shuttle door opens, the conveyor belt moves the
food product into the oven chamber, the shuttle door
closes, and the cooking sequence begins.
2. Using a paddle, pan gripper, or other utensil, place the next
food product onto the left side of the conveyor belt.
Indicates oven
setpoint
temperature.
3. Touch the desired menu item on the main menu screen.
• The touchscreen changes to the In Queue screen and
shows the queued menu item, the queued item cook
time, and the total time remaining until the queued item
is done.
LEFT TOUCHSCREEN
RIGHT TOUCHSCREEN
Cooking - Sample Pizza
In queue - Sample Chicken
Category (Asterisk
indicates a category.
Touch to access menu
items in Category.)
Menu Item
Cook Time:
3:30
2:00
Time Until Done: 5:30
Indicates number
of Menu screens
available.
Cancel
main menu Screen
2. Using a paddle, pan gripper, or other utensil, place the food
product onto the left side of the conveyor belt.
3. Touch the desired menu item on the touchscreen.
• The shuttle door opens, the conveyor belt moves the
food product into the oven chamber, the shuttle door
closes, and the cooking sequence begins.
• The touchscreen changes to the green Cooking screen
and shows the remaining cook time for the selected
menu item.
Touch to cancel
queued menu
item.
Open
Touch to cancel current
cooking sequence and
start queued menu item.
Touchscreens During Queued Item Cooking
• When the first cooking sequence has 10 seconds
remaining, the In Queue screen flashes yellow to
indicate that the conveyor belt is about to move.
• When the first cooking sequence is complete, the
corresponding touchscreen flashes “DONE”, an audible
alert sounds, both shuttle doors open, and the conveyor
belt moves the food product out of the oven chamber
onto the right side of the conveyor while moving the
queued food product into the oven chamber.
Indicates remaining cook time.
4. Using a paddle, pan gripper, or other utensil, remove the
cooked food product from the right side of the conveyor
belt.
5. Repeat steps 2–4 of this procedure for continuous, queued
item cooking.
Touch to cancel cooking sequence. Conveyor belt
moves food product out of oven chamber onto
right side of conveyor belt.
Cooking Screen
• When the cooking sequence is finished, the
touchscreen flashes “DONE”, an audible alert sounds,
the opposite side shuttle door opens, and the conveyor
belt moves the food product out of the oven chamber
onto the right side of the conveyor belt.
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OPERATION
Cooking — Conveyor Mode
Use the following procedure to operate the oven in Conveyor
Mode and cook items continuously. In Conveyor Mode, both
shuttle doors open and the conveyor belt moves continuously.
1. make sure the oven has reached setpoint temperature. The
main menu screen will appear on one of the touchscreens.
Indicates
current
screen.
Touch to put oven
in Conveyor Mode
(continuous motion).
Indicates oven
setpoint
temperature.
6. Touch PRESS FOR SHUTTLE on the touchscreen to
return the oven to Shuttle Mode.
NOTE: The oven will return to Shuttle Mode automatically after
a period of inactivity in Conveyor Mode.
Shutdown
1. move the Standby switch down to the “Off” position.
• The oven heaters and touchscreens will shut off.
• The air blowers and cooling fans will continue to operate
until the oven chamber temperature drops below 140°F
(60°C).
CAUTION
Do not turn off Main Disconnect switch or unplug unit
immediately after use. Internal fans must cool oven to
avoid damage to electrical components.
Programming Menu Items (Shuttle Mode)
Use the following procedure to edit or create menu items. This
procedure requires access to password-protected screens and
should be performed by authorized personnel only.
NOTE: The USB port allows the uploading of pre-programmed
menu items from an external USB drive. Refer to the
“Uploading from a USB Drive” procedure in this section
for details.
Menu Item
Category (Asterisk
indicates a category.
Indicates number
Touch to access menu
of Menu screens
items in Category.)
available.
main menu Screen
2. Touch CONVEYOR OVEN mODE on the touchscreen.
• The Conveyor main menu screen will appear on the
touchscreen. Four pre-set conveyor settings are available
on the screen.
Conveyor Settings
1. From the main menu screen on either touchscreen, touch
the BaCK arrow.
• a password keypad will appear on the touchscreen.
2. Input the password using the keypad, and touch ENTER.
• The Home screen will appear on the touchscreen.
Touch to return to
Main Menu screen.
Touch to return oven
to Shuttle Mode.
Conveyor main menu Screen
3. Touch the desired conveyor setting on the touchscreen.
• Both shuttle doors open and the conveyor belt runs
continuously.
NOTE: If the conveyor setting temperature is different than the
original setpoint temperature, the oven will need a few
minutes to adjust to the new temperature.
Touch to access
Setpoint Temperature
screen shown at startup.
Touch to access
Recipe Development
screen.
Touch arrow to jog
conveyor belt
forward.
Home Screen
3. Touch the chef’s hat/spoon icon to access the menu
Development screen.
4. Using a paddle, pan gripper, or other utensil, place food
product onto the left side of the conveyor belt.
• Continue loading food product as needed.
5. Using a paddle, pan gripper, or other utensil, remove cooked
food product from the right side of the conveyor belt.
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OPERATION
NOTE: It is not necessary to create stages for a menu item if it
is not required by the food product. If unique stages are
not required, leave the cook time setting for stages 2
and 3 at zero.
Menu Development
New
Edit
Delete
6. When the menu item settings are complete, touch BaCK to
save settings and return to the menu Development screen.
• To continue programming, repeat steps 4 and 5 of this
procedure.
Back
• If programming is complete, touch BaCK on the menu
Development screen to return the Home screen.
Deleting Menu Items/Categories
(Shuttle Mode)
Touch to delete
an existing menu
item.
Touch to edit an
Touch to return to
existing menu item.
Home screen.
Touch to create
a new menu item.
Use the following procedure to delete menu items and
categories. This procedure requires access to passwordprotected screens and should be performed by authorized
personnel only.
menu Development Screen
4. Touch either NEW or EDIT to create or edit a menu item.
1. From the main menu screen on either touchscreen, touch
the BaCK arrow.
• a screen that looks like the main menu screen will appear.
• a password keypad will appear on the touchscreen.
• If creating a new menu item, touch an empty box, and
the menu Item Settings screen will appear. If no empty
boxes are available, touch the “down” arrow in the
bottom right box to scroll to the next main menu screen.
If creating a new menu item in an existing Category,
touch the Category, then touch an empty box in the
Category menu screen.
2. Input the password using the keypad, and touch ENTER.
• The Home screen will appear on the touchscreen.
3. Touch the chef’s hat/spoon icon to access the menu
Development screen.
4. Touch DELETE on the menu Development screen.
• If editing an existing menu item, touch the desired menu
item, and the menu Item Settings screen will appear. If
editing a menu item in an existing Category, touch the
Category, then touch the desired menu item in the
Category menu screen.
Cookies
Time
6:00
Back
Touch to save settings
and return to Menu
Development screen.
Top
Blower
30
Temp
375
Bottom
Blower
30
Stage 1/3
(next)
a. a screen that looks like the main menu screen will
appear.
b. Touch the desired menu item or category to delete. The
menu Item Settings screen will appear.
c. Touch the item name and change the name to
“DELETE” (all capitals), then touch ENTER to return to
the menu Item Settings screen.
5.. Touch BaCK on the menu Item Settings screen to confirm
deletion and return to the menu Development screen.
• To delete additional menu items, repeat steps 4 and 5 of
this procedure.
• If programming is complete, touch BaCK on the menu
Development screen to return the Home screen.
Programming Conveyor Settings
(Conveyor Mode)
Use the following procedure to edit Conveyor Mode settings.
This procedure requires access to password-protected screens
and should be performed by authorized personnel only.
Touch to access settings
for next stage.
menu Item Settings Screen
1. From the main menu screen on either touchscreen, touch
the BaCK arrow.
• a password keypad will appear on the touchscreen.
5. Touch each “setting” box on the menu Item Settings screen
to edit the corresponding setting. Settings include item
name, cook time, top blower percentage, bottom blower
percentage, cook temperature, and number of stages.
2. Input the password using the keypad, and touch ENTER.
• The Home screen will appear on the touchscreen.
• Touching a “setting” box will bring up a keypad specific to
the setting. Enter the desired value using the keypad, then
touch ENTER to return to the menu Item Settings screen.
3. Touch the chef’s hat/spoon icon to access the menu
Development screen.
• menu item names can have up to 16 characters.
4. Touch CONVEYOR mODE to create or edit a menu item.
• Each menu item can be programmed to have up to
three stages, depending on the food product. Stages
are programmed with unique settings to create a
customized cooking sequence for the menu item.
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• a screen showing the four Conveyor Mode settings will
appear on the touchscreen.
continued...
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OPERATION
Creating/Editing Setpoint Temperatures
5. Touch the desired conveyor setting to perform edits.
6. When the conveyor settings are complete, touch BaCK to
save settings and return to the menu Development screen.
Use the following procedure to edit or create the setpoint
temperature(s) available at oven startup. This procedure
requires access to password-protected screens and should be
performed by authorized personnel only.
• To continue programming, repeat steps 4 and 5 of this
procedure.
1. From the main menu screen on either touchscreen, touch
the BaCK arrow.
• a password keypad will appear on the touchscreen.
• If programming is complete, touch BaCK on the menu
Development screen to return the Home screen.
2. Input the password using the keypad, and touch ENTER.
• The Home screen will appear on the touchscreen.
Changing the Setpoint Temperature
Use the following procedure to change the setpoint temperature
for the oven. This procedure requires access to passwordprotected screens.
Touch to return to
Main Menu screen.
1. From the main menu screen on either touchscreen, touch
the BaCK arrow.
• a password keypad will appear on the touchscreen.
Touch to access
Manual Cook screen.
2. Input the password using the keypad, and touch ENTER.
• The Home screen will appear on the touchscreen.
3. Touch the thermometer icon to access the Setpoint
Temperature screen shown at startup.
4. Touch the desired setpoint temperature.
Touch to return to
Main Menu screen.
Touch to access
Recipe Development
screen.
Touch to access Settings screen.
Home Screen
3. Touch the gear icon to access the Settings screen.
Touch to access
Time/Date screen.
Touch to access
Logs screen.
Touch to access
Setpoint Temperature
screen shown at startup.
Touch to access
USB Interface
screen.
Touch arrow to jog
conveyor belt
forward.
Home Screen
NOTE: To change the setpoint temperature without entering a
password, move the Standby switch down to the “Off”
position, then back up to the “On” position. Select a new
setpoint temperature on the Startup screen.
Touch to access
Alerts Volume screen.
Touch to access Service/
Diagnostics screen.
Settings Screen
Touch to return to
Home screen.
Touch to access
Edit Setpoints screen.
4. Touch the thermometer/gear icon to access the Edit
Setpoints screen.
• The oven can store up to three setpoint temperatures.
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5. Edit or create a setpoint temperature.
a. Touch either an existing “setpoint name” box or an
empty “setpoint name box”. a keypad will appear.
b. Enter the desired name using the keypad, then touch
ENTER to save and return to the Edit Setpoints screen.
Touch CaNCEL to return to the Edit Setpoints screen
without changing the name.
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OPERATION
c. Touch the “setpoint temperature” box that corresponds
to the “setpoint name” box in the previous step. a
keypad will appear.
d. Enter the desired temperature using the keypad, then
touch ENTER to save and return to the Edit Setpoints
screen. Touch CaNCEL to return to the Edit Setpoints
screen without changing the temperature.
Touch “setpoint name”
box to edit/create
name of setpoint.
Breakfast
350
Dinner
465
4. Input the password using the keypad, and touch ENTER.
• The Settings screen will appear.
Touch to access
USB Interface screen.
Touch “setpoint temperature”
box to edit/create setpoint
temperature.
Lunch
400
Back
Settings Screen
Touch to return to
Home screen.
5. Touch the USB icon to access the USB Interface screen.
Edit Setpoints Screen
6. Touch the desired function to begin the corresponding
upload.
• Select the upload file from the list that appears.
• a screen will appear to indicate that the upload is in
progress.
• When the upload is complete, the oven will restart.
Touch to return to
Settings screen.
6. Repeat step 5 to edit or create another setpoint
temperature.
7. When the setpoint temperature changes are complete,
touch BaCK to return to the Settings screen.
• If programming is complete, touch BaCK on the
Settings screen to return the Home screen.
Touch to upload shuttle/conveyor
firmware update.
Uploading from a USB Drive
Update
Shuttle
Firmware
Use the following procedure to upload pre-programmed menu
items or firmware updates from an external USB drive. This
procedure requires access to password-protected screens and
should be performed at oven startup by authorized personnel only.
1. move the Standby switch up to the “On” position.
• The touchscreens will energize. One touchscreen
shows the name of the oven and current software
version. The other touchscreen shows the available
setpoint temperatures.
Update
Relay
Firmware
Touch to upload
relay firmware
update.
2. Remove the cover from the USB port above the Standby
switch, and insert the USB drive into the port.
3. Touch the upper left-hand corner on the touchscreen that
shows the name of the oven and current software version.
• a password keypad will appear on the touchscreen.
LEFT TOUCHSCREEN
Breakfast
Temperature: 350 F
Read
Recipes
Load
Config
File
Back
Touch to upload
pre-programmed
menu items.
Touch to upload touchscreen
firmware update.
USB Interface Screen
7. When the startup screens reappear, remove the USB drive
from the USB port, and replace the port cover.
RIGHT TOUCHSCREEN
8. Perform the normal “Startup” procedure at the beginning of
this section to use the oven.
Lunch
Temperature: 400 F
Dinner
Temperature: 465 F
Touch here to access password keypad
followed by the Settings screen.
Startup Screens
Form No. OVSm-0913
Update
Display
Firmware
Read
Logs
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MAINTENANCE
General
Ovention® Shuttle® Ovens are designed for maximum durability
and performance with minimum maintenance.
NOTICE
Use non-abrasive cleaners and cloths only. Abrasive
cleaners and cloths could scratch finish of unit, marring
its appearance and making it susceptible to soil
accumulation.
WARNING
ELECTRIC ShOCK hAzARD:
• Turn off Standby switch, allow unit to cool, and unplug
unit/turn OFF Main Disconnect switch before
performing any cleaning, adjustments, or maintenance.
• DO NOT submerge or saturate with water. Unit is not
waterproof. Do not operate if unit has been submerged
or saturated with water.
• Do not steam clean or use excessive water on unit.
1. Turn off the Standby switch and allow unit to cool. Cooling
fans will operate until the oven chamber temperature drops
below 140°F (60°C).
2. after the cooling fans shut off, move the main Disconnect
switch to the OFF (O) position.
3. Remove and discard any remaining food product.
4. Remove any spillages using damp paper towel or a nonabrasive cloth.
• This unit is not “jet-proof” construction. Do not use jetclean spray to clean this unit.
5. Remove and clean each conveyor end stop using a damp
paper towel.
• Do not clean unit when it is energized or hot.
• Do not clean unit with metal scouring pads. Metal
pieces can break off pad and touch electrical
components, creating risk of electric shock.
6. Remove and clean each crumb tray.
• Brush crumbs into a waste container.
• This unit must be serviced by qualified personnel only.
Service by unqualified personnel may lead to electric
shock or burn.
• Clean the tray using damp paper towel.
7. Reinstall the crumb trays and conveyor end stops (see
OPERaTION section for details).
• Use only Genuine Ovention Replacement Parts when
service is required. Failure to use Genuine Ovention
Replacement Parts will void all warranties and may
subject operators of the equipment to hazardous
electrical voltage, resulting in electrical shock or burn.
Genuine Ovention Replacement Parts are specified to
operate safely in the environments in which they are
used. Some aftermarket or generic replacement parts
do not have the characteristics that will allow them to
operate safely in Ovention equipment.
8. Wipe down all exterior surfaces using a non-abrasive,
damp cloth (a non-abrasive cleaner may be used for
difficult stains).
9. Wipe dry all surfaces using a non-abrasive, dry cloth.
10. Polish the exterior surfaces of the oven using a good
quality stainless steel cleaner.
Monthly Cleaning
This unit has no “user-serviceable” parts. If service is
required on this unit, contact an Authorized Ovention
Service Agent or contact the Ovention hotshot hotline at
855-298-6836.
1. Turn off the Standby switch and allow unit to cool. Cooling
fans will operate until the oven chamber temperature drops
below 140°F (60°C).
2. after the cooling fans shut off, move the main Disconnect
switch to the OFF (O) position.
CAUTION
Do not move or relocate unit for cleaning. Unit is bulky and
heavy.
Never use steel pads, wire brushes, or scrapers to clean unit.
Wear protective rubber gloves and protective eyewear
when cleaning unit.
Filter Bracket
Improper cleaning of oven could damage catalyst and will
void unit warranty.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Use of cleaning chemicals not approved by Ovention when
cleaning the oven chamber will void the warranty.
Daily Cleaning
To maintain performance and preserve the finish of the
Ovention Shuttle Oven, clean the unit daily.
CAUTION
Do not turn off Main Disconnect switch or unplug unit
immediately after use. Internal fans must cool oven to
avoid damage to electrical components.
Air Filter
Air Filter
Cleaning the air Filters
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Form No. OVSm-0913
MAINTENANCE
3. Remove and clean the two air filters on the back of the
oven. To clean each filter:
a. Slide the filter straight out the side of the filter bracket.
b. Spray the filter with water and/or soak in mild soap and
water.
c. Rinse clean and allow the filter to air dry.
d. When the filter is dry, reinstall the filter into the filter
bracket.
Shuttle Door
(shown lifted)
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Use of cleaning chemicals not approved by Ovention when
cleaning the oven chamber will void the warranty.
Conveyor
Frame
(lift here)
4. Remove and clean the upper and lower jet plates inside
the oven chamber. To clean the jet plates:
a. Unlatch and open the oven door so that the inside of the
oven chamber is exposed.
b. Remove each plate by gripping the two tabs on each
plate and pulling straight out of the oven.
c. Spray Chemco Dirt Buster III Oven Cleaner onto both
sides of each jet plate. allow the cleaner to sit for 3–5
minutes.
d. Using a non–abrasive nylon scouring pad, apply
pressure to wipe away grease residue.
e. Wipe the jet plates clean using a damp, non-abrasive
cloth and allow to air dry. Do not reinstall at this time.
Belt Guard
Drive Wheel
Retaining Bracket
Actuator
Claw
Actuator
Pin
Removing the Shuttle Doors
10. Clean the belt guard and shuttle doors using mild soap and
water. Rinse clean and dry using a non-abrasive cloth.
11. Remove the conveyor belt assembly. This step requires two
people.
a. With one person on each side of the oven cavity, lift up
the left side of the conveyor belt assembly and slide the
entire assembly to the right.
b. When most of the conveyor belt assembly is through the
oven cavity, the person on the left should move to the
right side of the oven cavity and continue sliding the
assembly out of the cavity.
Oven
Door
Upper
Jet Plate
Door
Latch
Drive Belt
Conveyor Belt
Assembly
Tab
Lower
Jet Plate
Curved Cutout
for shuttle door.
Cleaning the Jet Plates
Lift up until recessed area
clears oven cavity, then
slide out to the right.
5. Clean the visible areas of the oven chamber using the same
procedure as the jet plates (steps “c” through “e” above).
Removing the Conveyor Belt assembly
6. Reinstall the upper and lower jet plates into the oven
chamber.
12. Clean the conveyor belt assembly.
a. Spray Chemco Dirt Buster III Oven Cleaner onto both
sides of the conveyor belt assembly. allow the cleaner to
sit for 3–5 minutes.
b. Using a non–abrasive nylon scouring pad, apply
pressure to wipe away grease residue on the conveyor
belt and frame.
c. Spray clean with water and dry using a non-abrasive
cloth. additional air dry time may be necessary before
reinstallation.
7. Close the oven door and secure both door latches.
8. Remove and clean each conveyor end stop and crumb tray
as described in the “Daily Cleaning” procedure.
9. Remove both shuttle doors. To remove:
a. Slide the belt guard off the drive belt located behind the
right-side conveyor frame.
b. Remove the drive belt from the drive wheel by slightly
lifting the right-side shuttle door and conveyor frame.
c. For each shuttle door; lift the door, remove the actuator
pin and retaining bracket to disengage the actuator claw
from the actuator, and slide the door out of the curved
cutout on the conveyor frame.
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13. Reinstall the conveyor belt assembly, shuttle doors, belt
guard, crumb trays, and conveyor end stops by reversing
the above procedure.
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TROUBLEShOOTING GUIDE
WARNING
WARNING
This unit must be serviced by qualified personnel only.
Service by unqualified personnel may lead to electric
shock or burn.
Symptom
Oven does not operate
(blank touchscreen).
ELECTRIC ShOCK hAzARD: Turn off Standby switch,
allow unit to cool, and unplug unit/turn OFF Main
Disconnect switch before performing any cleaning,
adjustments, or maintenance.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
Standby switch turned off, main make sure unit is plugged in, main Disconnect switch
Disconnect turned OFF (O), or unit is in ON (I) position, and Standby switch is moved up
unplugged.
to the “On” position.
Unit connected to incorrect power supply.
Irregular belt movement.
Loose screw and/or bracket.
malfunction of gear and/or drive belt.
Improper cooking of food.
Refer to SPECIFICaTIONS section for unit electrical
specifications. Contact a qualified electrician to
determine and install proper voltage and size electrical
receptacle.
Check all screws on conveyor belt assembly. Tighten
screws, if necessary.
Contact authorized Service agent or Ovention®
Hotshot for assistance.
Incorrect software installed on oven
operating system.
Contact authorized Service agent or Ovention Hotshot
for assistance.
Jet plate or air flow malfunction.
Contact authorized Service agent or Ovention Hotshot
for assistance.
Incorrect setpoint temperature or menu
item selection.
Verify desired setpoint temperature and menu item
selection. Change to proper settings, if necessary
(refer to OPERaTION section).
CHECK FaNS indicator ambient air temperature is over 95°F Light will illuminate in ambient temperatures over 95°F
light is on (located on front, (35°C).
(35°C). Verify light shuts off after ambient temperature
right side of oven chamber).
drops below 95°F (35°C) consistently. If not, see
“Probable Causes” listed below.
CHECK FANS
Indicator Light
air filters are dirty.
Check air filters and clean, if necessary. Refer to
“monthly Cleaning” procedure in maINTENaNCE
section.
Cooling fan(s) malfunction.
Oven not heating.
Temperature High Limit switch has
tripped.
Contact authorized Service agent or Ovention Hotshot
for assistance.
Press the Temperature High Limit Reset Button
located on the rear, left side of the oven chamber near
the main Disconnect switch. If switch continues to trip,
contact authorized Service agent or Ovention Hotshot
for assistance.
Temperature
High Limit
Reset Button
NOTE: To locate an Authorized Ovention Service Agent, access
the Ovention website at www.oventionovens.com and
select the Service & Support tab, or call the Hotshot
Hotline at 855-298-OVEN(6836).
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OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
Trays, Racks, and Other Utensils
Metal Cart
M1718-STT............Solid Teflon Tray
OVNTN-MC ........metal Cart, Single Unit
Several types of trays, racks, and utensils are available for the
Ovention® Shuttle® Ovens.
metal carts are available as installation surfaces for single and
stacked units.
OVNTN-DMC ......Double metal Cart, Stacked Units
M1718-MTT ..........mesh Teflon Tray
M1718-hDG ..........mesh Hot Dog Grill
Miscellaneous
M1718-RCTPG ......Rectangular Panini Grill Pan
OVNTN-FIL ........Replacement air Filter
M1718-PG ............Round Panini Grill Pan
OVNTN-CLNR ....Oven Cleaner, case of six bottles
OVNTN-PS11x16 ..Pizza Screen, 11" x 16" (279 x 406 mm)
NOTE: Use Oven Cleaner to clean cooking grease and residue
safely from the jet plates, oven chamber, and conveyor
belt assembly.
OVNTN-PS12 ........Round Pizza Screen, 12" (305 mm)
OVNTN-PS16 ........Round Pizza Screen, 16" (406 mm)
OVNTN-PDL..........metal Paddle
Solid Teflon Tray
Mesh Teflon Tray
Hot Dog Grill
Metal Paddle
Rectangular
Panini Grill Pan
Round
Panini Grill Pan
Pizza Screen
Round Pizza Screen
Form No. OVSm-0913
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LIMITED WARRANTy
2. LIMITATION OF REMEDIES AND DAMAGES
Ovention’s liability and Buyer’s exclusive remedy hereunder will
be limited solely, at Ovention’s option, to repair or replacement
by an Ovention-authorized service agency (other than where
Buyer is located outside of the United States, Canada, United
Kingdom or australia, in which case Ovention’s liability and
Buyer’s exclusive remedy hereunder will be limited solely to
replacement of part under warranty) with respect to any claim
made within the applicable warranty period referred to above.
Ovention reserves the right to accept or reject any such claim
in whole or part. Ovention will not accept the return of any
Product without prior written approval from Ovention, and all
approved returns shall be made at Buyer’s sole expense.
OVENTION WILL NOT BE LIaBLE, UNDER aNY
CIRCUmSTaNCES, FOR CONSEQUENTIaL OR INCIDENTaL
DamaGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LImITED TO LaBOR
COSTS OR LOST PROFITS RESULTING FROm THE USE OF
OR INaBILITY TO USE THE PRODUCTS OR FROm THE
PRODUCTS BEING INCORPORaTED IN OR BECOmING a
COmPONENT OF aNY OTHER PRODUCT OR GOODS.
1. PRODUCT WARRANTy
Ovention®, Inc. (“Ovention”) warrants the products that it
manufactures (the “Products”) to be free from defects in
materials and workmanship, under normal use and service, for
a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase when
installed and maintained in accordance with Ovention’s written
instructions or 18 months from the date of shipment from
Ovention. Buyer must establish the product’s purchase date by
filling out Ovention’s Warranty Registration form online
(www.oventionovens.com) or by other means satisfactory to
Ovention in its sole discretion.
Ovention warrants the following Product components to be free
from defects in materials and workmanship from the date of
purchase (subject to the foregoing conditions) for the period(s)
of time and on the conditions listed below:
• Ninety (90) Day Parts-Only Warranty:
Replacement Parts
THE FOREGOING WaRRaNTIES aRE EXCLUSIVE aND IN
LIEU OF aNY OTHER WaRRaNTY, EXPRESSED OR
ImPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LImITED TO aNY ImPLIED
WaRRaNTY OF mERCHaNTaBILITY OR FITNESS FOR a
PaRTICULaR PURPOSE OR PaTENT OR OTHER
INTELLECTUaL PROPERTY RIGHT INFRINGEmENT.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, SUCH
WaRRaNTIES DO NOT COVER: Damage to touchscreens
from abuse or impact; Wear items such as air filters and
conveyor belts; Damage to catalyst from use of non-approved
cleaning products; Product misuse, tampering or
misapplication; improper installation; lack of or improper
cleaning; or application of improper voltage.
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Form No. OVSm-0913
NOTES
Form No. OVSm-0913
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air Rite, Inc.
Winnipeg
NEW BRUNSWICK
EmR Services, Ltd.
moncton
ONTARIO
R.G. Henderson Ltd.
Toronto
204-895-2300
506-855-4228
416-422-5580
Choquette - CKS, Inc.
Ottawa
613-739-8458
QUÉBEC
Choquette - CKS, Inc.
montreal
514-722-2000
Choquette - CKS, Inc.
Québec City
418-681-3944
901-527-7543
Ovention, Inc.
P.O. Box 340500
Milwaukee, WI 53234-0500 U.S.A.
855-298-OVEN(6836)
connect@oventionovens.com
www.oventionovens.com
Printed in U.S.a. September 2013
P/N 07.04.653.00 Form No. OVSm-0913
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