107314 Door Bumper Kit 107313 Bumper only 108727 108728 - CLEANING PORT KIT. Statement of Responsibilities This document is for use by experienced and trained Qualified Cleveland Range, LLC Authorized Service Representatives who are familiar with both the safety procedures, and equipment they service. Cleveland Range, LLC assumes no liability for any death, injury, equipment damage, or property damage resulting from use of, improper use of, or failure to use the information contained in this document. Cleveland Range, LLC has made every effort to provide accurate information in this document, but cannot guarantee that this document does not contain unintentional errors and omissions. The information in this document may be subject to technical and technological changes, revisions, or updates. Cleveland Range, LLC assumes no liability or responsibility regarding errata, changes, revisions, or updates. Qualified Cleveland Range, LLC Authorized Service Representatives are obligated to follow industry standard safety procedures, including, but not limited to, OSHA regulations, and disconnect / lock out / tag out procedures for all utilities including steam, and disconnect / lock out / tag out procedures for gas, electric, and steam powered equipment and / or appliances All utilities (gas, electric, water and steam) should be turned OFF to the equipment and locked out of operation according to OSHA approved practices during any servicing of Cleveland Range equipment Qualified Cleveland Range, LLC Authorized Service Representatives are obligated to maintain up-to-date knowledge, skills, materials and equipment. Cleveland Range, LLC Ph: 1-216-481-4900 Fx: 1-216-481-3782 1333 East 179th St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110 Visit our Web Site at www.clevelandrange.com CLEVELAND RANGE 24CEA10 SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS Mechanical Timer 1. Supply power is sent to the primary of the main transformer. • 115 VAC is sent from the secondary of the main transformer to the on/off rocker, 2. To turn the unit on, depress the red on/off rocker switch. • 115 VAC is sent to the red indicator light. • 115 VAC is sent to both coils of the normally open drain valves closing them. • 115 VAC is sent to the H and N terminals of both water level boards. 3. With the water level board energized and no water in the generators • After a 5 second delay, 115 VAC is sent from the FILL terminals to the fill solenoids. • The fill solenoids open and the generators fill through the drain valves until the high probe is grounded (see step 4). • The water fills to the low probe in each probe assembly shorting it to ground • 115 VAC is sent from the HEAT terminals of the water level board to the timed manual switches. • 115 VAC is sent to the heat standby timer which will energize the R2 relay coil 3 seconds every 4 minutes • The normally open contacts of the R2 relay close bypassing the timed/manual switch to maintain heat while unit is idle 4. For each compartment, when the timed/manual switch is in the manual position or timed position with time on the timer • 115 VAC is sent from the timer to the coil of the R5 relay for the top compartment • The R5 relay energizes • R5B contacts close sending 115 VAC to the motor timer • R5A contacts close sending 115 VAC through the optional door switch to the normally closed contacts of the high limits • 115 VAC is then sent through the high limits to the coil of condensate solenoid and the coil of the contactor. • 115 VAC is sent to the clean light timer. • When the clean light timer times down 115 VAC is sent to the clean light switch. • When the clean light switch is depressed the timer is reset. • When the contactor is energized supply voltage is sent to both of the elements. • 115 VAC is sent from the timer to the coil of the R6 relay for the bottom compartment • The R6 relay energizes • R6B contacts close sending 115 VAC to the motor timer • R6A contacts close sending 115 VAC through the optional door switch to the normally closed contacts of the high limits • 115 VAC is then sent through the high limits to the coil of condensate solenoid and the coil of the contactor. • 115 VAC is sent to the clean light timer. • When the clean light timer times down 115 VAC is sent to the clean light switch. • When the clean light switch is depressed the timer is reset. • When the contactor is energized supply voltage is sent to both of the elements. • When the mechanical timer times out 115 VAC is sent to the 3-second timer and then to the buzzer for 3 seconds. 5. When the water level reaches the high probe then 115 VAC is removed from the FILL terminal and the fill solenoid is turned off. 6. After the water level drops below the high probe for 5 seconds 115 VAC is sent to the FILL terminal again. 7. The red 115 VAC switch is depressed and the unit is turned off. • 115 VAC is removed from the timer and heat circuits. • 115 VAC is removed from the normally open drain valves allowing the steamer to drain. • 115 VAC is sent to the 3-minute timer and the R1 relay coil is energized. • The normally open contacts of the R1 relay will close • The fill solenoids are then energized for 3 minutes flushing the drains. STEAMCRAFT-10 ELECTRIC MECHANICAL TIMER DRYING ELEMENT DRYING ELEMENT HEATING ELEMENTS HEATING ELEMENTS CONTACTORS NOT USED ON " LOW " WATTAGE MODEL NOT USED ON " LOW " WATTAGE MODEL L1 CUSTOMER CONNECTION 3Ø L2 L3 TRANSFORMER X1 BLK X2 3 2 4 3 2 4 L 1 L A 1 78 78 SECONDARY WHT 120V DESCALER TIMERS PRIMARY H4 H1 TB 6 5 DESCALE INDICATOR & RESET SWITCH NO NO 6 5 3 R1 2 R1 COIL 1 R1 WATER FILL VALVES 3 MIN TIMER POWER ON POWER SWITCH HEAT WATER BOARD FILL H N XL HI C MANUAL MANUAL TIMED TO PROBES R TIMED 3 SEC TIMER R5B 3 NO C 2 R5 C NO 1 C R5A COND. VALVE NO NC HEATER CONT. UPPER MOTORIZED TIMER HI LIMIT SWITCHES R2 1 C UPPER DRAIN VALVE 2 BLOWDOWN TIMER OPTION MANUAL 3 HEAT WATER BOARD FILL H N XL HI C MANUAL TIMED TO PROBES NC R3 (TDS OPTION) DOOR SWITCH (SCS OPT) MOTOR R3 BUZZER TIMED 3 SEC TIMER R6B C 3 NO 2 R6 C NO 1 C R6A COND. VALVE NO NC HEATER CONT. LOWER MOTORIZED TIMER NC R4 (TDS OPTION) DOOR SWITCH (SCS OPT) MOTOR R4 HI LIMIT SWITCHES R2 1 C LOWER DRAIN VALVE 2 BLOWDOWN TIMER OPTION BUZZER 3 1 2 R2 COIL 3 HEAT STANDBY TIMER L105972 K YEL H3 15 ( BOT ) BRN RED RED 16 ( BOT ) YEL RED YEL WHT/BRN 20 R6 16 WHT WHT/YEL BLK WHT/BLK WHT/YEL LT BLU W/BLU BLK PNK BRN WHT ORN/BLK LT BLU LT BLU WHT BLACK WHITE YEL 2 1 2 YEL BLACK WHITE RED WHITE BLACK RED BLACK RED RED WHITE BRN HEATER ELEMENT RED WHITE BLACK WHITE BLK DRYING ELEMENT 4 HEATER ELEMENT BLACK WHITE RED WHITE RED RED WHT/RED BLACK RED BLACK RED 22 3 DRYING ELEMENT 4 BLK WHT W/BLU 7 WHT BLK HEATER ELEMENT 12 8 3 2 4 12 1 7 8 HEATER ELEMENT RED RED 16 INTERMITTENT BLOWDOWN OPTION PARTS LIST 17 BRN 5 BLK RED WHT/RED WHT 18 GRN RED WHT RED BLK WHT/YEL RED WHT YEL WHT/YEL YEL COND ( TOP ) YEL BRN BLK NC BLK ORN BRN BRN BRN RED RED RED BLK 5 RED COND WHT RED WHT/GRA N RED ( BOT ) XL HI C WHT RED 15 12 21 NO WHT/BRN C 9 ( TOP ) ORN BLK BLK RED LT BLU YEL BLK RED RED WHT/BRN RED ORN N R1 BLU GRA BRN ORN GRA 26 PNK 20 6 5 19 YEL WHT HEATFILLH WHT/GRA WHT WHT/RED 2 1 25 23 BLK 10 GRA 1 78 YEL WHT/GRA 3 FU WHT/BLK REMOVED W / OPTIONAL DOOR SWITCH ( SCS ) FU 6 WHT GRA RED BLK 1 BRN X2 H1 BLU 20 2 11 WHT/BRN BLK H2 WHT/YEL WHT/BRN BRN RED BLK X1 6 5 WHT/YEL WHT/YEL YEL YEL 1 H4 3 2 4 1 ( TOP ) WHT/YEL 3 WHT/GRA 3 2 BLK RED R2 BLK RED 24 1 3 2 4 78 BRN CUSTOMER CONNECTION 2 WHT/ORN YEL JUMPER SET FOR 208/240 V RED YEL BRN 22 RED 1 R4 BRN WHT/GRA 2 WHT 17 WHT BRN 3 ( BOT ) FILL BLK BLU BLK WHT/RED WHT/RED BLU BRN 14 RED WHT RED WHT 3 13 YEL BLK BLU REMOVED W / OPTIONAL DOOR SWITCH ( SCS ) ORN/BLK LT BLU LT BLU WHT/BLK 20 BLU WHT/RED BLU 16 2 RED YEL RED BLK BLU R5 LT BLU W/BLU GRN RED RED PNK ( TOP ) X2 RED ORN 20 13 1 XL HI C H3 ALTERNATE TRANSFORMER CONFIGURATION 3 R3 H2 H1 WHT/BLK W/BLU BLU RED ORN 7 BLK NC X1 RED N BLU 1 H4 24 18 21 WHT WHT YEL BRN BLK HEATFILLH RED FILL JUMPER SET FOR 480 VOLTS RED NO C 9 RED STEAMCRAFT 10 - ELECTRIC MECHANICAL TIMER LT BLU TAN TAN 6 5 3 2 4 1 6 5 78 TAN TAN NOTE : THIS ELEMENT NOT INSTALLED FOR " LOW " WATTAGE UNIT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 20535 - TRANSFORMER - POWER 20477 - 3 SEC TIMER 02193 - TERMINAL BLOCK 101541 - TERMINAL SEGMENT 106175 - TERMINAL BLOCK 4 POLE 19993 - POWER SWITCH 104224 - TIMED / MANUAL SWITCH 19994 - DESCALE IND RESET SW 110198 - MOTORIZED TIMER 20478 - 3 MIN TIMER 109239 - HEAT STANDBY TIMER 106911 - DESCALE TIMER 106541 - INTMT BLOWDOWN TIMER 222231 - FILL VALVE 03459 - CONTACTOR ASSY 22221 - DRAIN VALVE 103731 - HI LIMIT SWITCH 107239 - PROBE 22218 - WATER SOLENOIDS 105966 - RELAY 107241 - WATER BOARD 41350 - BUZZER 44168 - TERMINAL BLOCK 2 POLE 108880 - DOOR SW ( SCS ) MAG 109380 - FUSE 3.5A 600V 109374 - FUSE BLOCK P105972 K Steamer won't steam PROBLEM: 21CET8 21CET16 21CEA10 Steamer won't steam. Is the red light on? Is there supply voltage to the primary of the transformer? No No Supply power to the steamer. No Replace the transformer. Yes Yes See STEAMER WON'T FILL No Is there 115 VAC at the secondary of the transformer? Is there water in the sight glass? Yes Yes Replace the wires to the water board. No Is there 120 VAC between terminals H and N on the water board? Replace the on/off rocker switch Yes Replace the water board With a jumper between XL and C on the water board, is there 120 VAC between N and Heat? No No Is there 120 VAC between terminals N and Heat on the water board? Yes Yes Replace the wire from the water board to the long probe. No Is there debris on the Long probe? Yes Clean or replace the probe assy. Is there 115 VAC to the common terminal of the timed/manual switch? No Replace the wires to the switch. Is there 115 VAC to the high limit? Yes Does the unit steam in Manual mode? No Does the steamer have the optional door switch? No No Replace the wires to the high limit. Yes No Yes Replace the timer. Yes Does steamer steam with door switch bypassed? Is there 115 VAC leaving the high limit? No Replace the high limit. Yes Is there 115 VAC to the coil of the contactor? No Replace the wires to the contactor coil. Yes Yes Adjust or replace the door switch. Is there an amp draw at the element? Yes Wait longer for the steam. Heat from the element will heat the water to steam. No Replace the element. Steamer wont fill. PROBLEM: 21CET8 21CET16 24CEA10 Steamer wont fill Yes Is there supply voltage to the steamer? No Supply power to the steamer. Yes Is there water to the steamer? No Supply cold water to the steamer. Yes Is there 120 VAC between the H and N on the water board? No Replace the on/off rocker switch. Yes Is there 120 VAC between Fill and N on the water board? No Remove the wire from the HI terminal on the water board. Is there 120 VAC between Fill and N? No Replace the water board Yes Yes Replace wiring to the fill solenoid. No Is there 120 VAC across the coil of the fill solenoid? Is there debris on the HI probe in the probe assy? Yes Replace the fill solenoid No Yes Is water leaving the fill solenoid? Clean the probes or replace the probe assy. Yes Replace wiring to drain valve. No Does the steamer have the optional intermittent blowdown timer? No Is there 120 VAC across the coil of the drain valve? Yes Yes Replace the wiring to the intermittent blowdown timer. No Is there 120 VAC between terminals 2&3 on the timer? Yes Replace the intermittent blowdown timer. Is water draining from the generator? Yes Replace the drain valve. No If water is leaving the fill solenoid and not draining from the generator where is it going? check for leaks.. No Replace the wire to the Hi probe. PROBLEM: 21CET8, 21CET16, 24CEA10 Electronic timer displays "PAUS" and won't count down Timer displays "paus" and won't count down Is steam heating the cooking cabinet above 192 degrees (the set temp of the thermo-switch)? No See Steamer won't steam No Replace the electronic timer Yes Replace the thermo-switch Yes Does the timer count down when the thermo-switch is bypassed? PROBLEM: 21CET8, 21CET16, 24CEA10 Steam leaks around the door. Steam leaks around the door Is COLD water supplied to both water lines to the steamer? No Supply cold water(35-60 psi) to the steamer. Yes Is the door gasket physically damaged? Yes Turn over the gasket or replace it. No Is the door out of alignment? No Is the drain obstructed? No Is there 120 VAC across the coil of the condensate solenoid? Yes Yes Yes Replace the door bearings and pins. Remove the obstruction Is the solenoid opening? Yes Replace the condensate spray nozzle No No Replace the wiring to the condensate solenoid. Replace the condensate solenoid. PROBLEM: 21CET8 21CET16 24CEA10 Steamer overfills. (Water sprays into cooking cabinet) There is an obstruction in the drain. Remove the obstruction. Yes Does the rise in the water level in the sight glass stop when the cooking cabinet door is opened? Steamer overfills (Water sprays into the cooking cabinet) Start Does the water rise in the sight glass when steam is generated and 0 VAC to the fill solenoid? Yes Yes Does the water level in the sight glass stop at the HI (short) probe on the initial fill? No No No Replace the fill solenoid There is an obstruction in the generator causing it to pressurize. Delime the steam generator thoroughly. There is an obstruction in the plumbing to and from the sight glass. Remove the debris (delime thoroughly). Yes Does water spray in the cabinet before the water reaches the HI (short) probe? No Replace the three minute timer. Remove the wire from the Fill terminal on the water board. Is there 120 VAC across the coil of the fill solenoid? Yes Yes Is there 120 VAC across the coil of ;the fill solenoid when the HI (short) probe is submerged? No No Replace the water level board. Yes With HI and C terminals on the water board jumped, Is there 120 VAC between terminals N and Fill? No Clean or replace the probe assembly. Yes Is there debris on the HI (short) probe? No Replace the wire to the probe assembly Replace the fill solenoid PROBLEM: 21CET8 21CET16 24CEA10 Steamer won't stop steaming with door open Steamer won't stop steaming Is the timed/manual switch in the timed position with no time on the timer? No Steamer will steam constantly in the manual position. Put the timed/manual switch in the timed position with no time on the timer. Yes Does the steamer have the optional door switch? No Does steamer continue to steam with both wires removed from terminal 1 on the heat standby timer? Yes Is there 120 VAC to the coil of the contacter? Yes No Is there an amp draw at the element? Yes Yes No Replace the timer. Adjust or replace the door switch . Replace the contactor Replace the heat standby timer. Problem: 21CET8, 24CEA10 Steamer won't preheat Steamer won't preheat Is the timed/manual switch in the timed postion with time on it or in the manual postion? Yes See Problem: steamer won't steam. No This steamer is not equiped with a preheat thermostat. The timed manual switch must be in manual or time must be on the timer. No When supply voltage is removed from the element steam is still made for approximately 10 seconds. This is normal. Descaling Procedure-SteamCraft Ultra and Gemini Series How Much DISSOLVE to Use Model Dissolve Ultra 3 1/2 Gallon Ultra 5 1 Gallon Ultra 10 (Elec.) 1 Gallon (ea.) Ultra 10 (Gas) 1½ Gallon Gemini 6 & 10 1 Gallon (ea.) 6. Let the descaler soak in generator for approximately one hour: 7. After one hour, turn the unit power Off: This will drain and rinse the generator for about 3 minutes. 1. Turn the unit OFF and open the doors: This will drain and rinse the generator for about 3 minutes. 2. Turn the unit power back On: The generator will begin to refill with water. 3. Select Timed with the Timed/Manual switch: DO NOT start the timer, since you do not want to heat the water during descaling. Leave the doors open. 4. Remove descaling port cap and add with the specified amount of DISSLOVE: (See chart above) Do this while the unit is refilling. The generators can take-up to 8 minutes to refill. 5. After refill has stopped, add extra tap water into the descaling port until liquid is seen entering the cooking cabinet. Note: Ultra 10 gas will have liquid coming out of the drain, Adding extra water when descaling will raise the descaling solution higher than the normal fill level, allowing the DISSOLVE to work on sensors and surfaces above the water line Note: Some SteamCraft Ultra models (the electric powered Ultra 10 and Gemini 6 and 10, for example) have two generators and two descaling ports. Both units should be descaled at the same time, using this procedure 8. After the 3-minute drain cycle completes, turn the unit back ON. After the filling has stopped, add water until liquid enters the cooking compartment (or drain for the ultra 10 gas), and then turn the unit OFF. This will drain and flush any residue from the water level control assembly. Replace descaling cap. 9. After the 3 minute drain cycle completes, Turn the unit ON and set the Timer for 20 minutes: Make sure the Time/Manual switch is in the timed setting and the doors are closed. 10. When the timer times out (after 20 minutes) turn the power Off: This will drain and rinse the generator for about 3 minutes. This ends the descaling procedure. You can now turn the unit back on and resume normal startup and cooking operations.
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