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VCG
VERTICAL CONTACT BUN GRILL TOASTER
INTENDED FOR OTHER THAN HOUSEHOLD USE
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
TOASTER MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF COMBUSTIBLES AT ALL TIMES
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FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
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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.
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Initial heating of toaster may generate smoke or fumes and must be done in a well ventilated area.
Overexposure to smoke or fumes may cause nausea or dizziness.
This equipment has been engineered to provide you with year-round dependable service when used
according to the instructions in this manual and standard commercial kitchen practices.
ANSI/NSF4
Phone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
Website:
E-mail:
P/N 81600289
(214) 421-7366
(214) 565-0976
(800) 527-2100
www.apwwyott.com
info@apwwyott.com
9/05
APW / WYOTT
729 Third Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226
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IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Please complete this information and retain this manual for the life of the equipment. For
Warranty Service and/or Parts, this information is required.
Model Number
Serial Number
Notes:
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Date Purchased
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
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ITEM ........
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Owner’s Information
General Info.
Warranty Info.
Important! Safety Information
Specifications
Electrical
Dimensions
Operation ..
Operating Instructions
Temperature Adjustments
Cleaning ....
Cleaning Instructions
Cleaning Instructions (En Español)
Figure 1 Diagram
Release Sheet Replacement
Release Sheet Kit Removal
Troubleshooting
Manual Reset Thermostat
Preventative Maintenance Schedule
Wiring Diagram
Parts List
Procedure: Silicone Belt Tracking
Procedure: Belt Adjustment
Procedure: Changing a belt
Warranty
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1. OWNER’S INFORMATION
General Information:
The APW Wyott Vertical Contact Bun Grill Toaster (VCG) is designed to toast two buns (crown and a heel) at
the same time. Toasting is accomplished through contact of the flat side of the buns with an aluminum
griddle plate. The user places both buns into the top of the toaster and two perfectly caramelized, warm
buns (4 halves) will slide out of the bun chute. The VCG will toast two buns, crown and heel, in 8 seconds.
The Manual includes information for proper procedures on safety, installation and operation of the Vertical
Contact Bun Grill Toaster (VCG). It is of extreme importance that this manual be read in its entirety before
installing and operating this unit.
This Vertical Contact Bun Grill Toaster (VCG) is manufactured of the highest quality materials available and
is built to the stringent quality standards of APW Wyott. Quality Assurance testing is one of the standards
that we adhere to.
Please keep this manual for future reference. It contains important instructions for the proper installation,
operation and service of this unit. If this unit changes ownership, it is important that this manual accompany
the equipment.
Warranty Information:
Reliability backed by APW Wyott’s Warranty:
All APW Wyott Bun Grill Toasters are backed by a 1-year Parts and Labor warranty, including On-Site
Service calls within 50 miles of authorized service technicians.
Service Information:
Service Hotline (800) 733-2203
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2. SAFETY INFORMATION
APW Wyott toasters are designed, built, and sold for commercial use and should be operated by trained
personnel only. Clearly post all CAUTIONS, WARNINGS and operating instructions near each unit to
insure proper operation and to reduce the chance of personal injury and/or equipment damage.
Always disconnect power before servicing the toaster. Surfaces will remain hot after power has been
turned off. Allow unit to cool before cleaning or servicing. Never clean the toaster by immersing it in water.
The toaster is not protected against water jets; DO NOT CLEAN TOASTER WITH A WATER JET. Always
clean equipment before first use.
Operating toaster without legs will void the warranty. Insure all accessories and exterior panels are properly
installed and adjusted before applying power and operating.
3. SPECIFICATIONS
Cordset Configuration:
208/240V: NEMA 6-20P plug, 3 foot, 3 wire grounded cord.
208/240V: NEMA 6-20P plug (90° angle), 5 foot, 3 wire grounded cord.
If the supply cord is damaged, the manufacturer or an authorized service agent or a similarly qualified
person must replace it to avoid a hazard or voiding the warranty.
Overall Dimensions:
VCG: 24”H x 21 3/4”W x 10 5/8” D
(61 cm x 55 cm x 27 cm)
Electrical Ratings:
VCG: 208V - 2570W, 12.5 Amps 60HZ
VCG: 240V - 3420W, 14.5 Amps 60HZ
NEMA NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
CONFIGURATION
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NEMA-6-20P
6
20 Amp, 250 VAC
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WARNING:
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
HAZARD.
FAILURE
TO
FOLLOW
THE
INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH.
Electrical Ground is required on this appliance.
Do not modify the power supply cord plug. If it does not fit into the outlet, have
the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician
Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are unsure as to whether the appliance
is properly grounded.
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DIMENSIONS
CAUTION HOT
23.90”
22.644”
560
POWER
20.44”
20.88”
21.77”
CAUTION HOT
10.05”
13.20”
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4. OPERATION
Operating Instructions
This toaster is for Dry operation only (no oil). Do not put buttered bread products in the toaster.
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Ensure Release sheets are properly installed. (See page 9.)
Turn Main Power Switch on. Set Temperature Control to desired temperature. (Temperature is factory
set at 600°F.) Allow Pilot Light to cycle at least two times (on/off). When the light is on, the grill is heating.
Heat up time is about 15 minutes.
Place bun halves on feeder cut side down (facing grill surface). Toast time is approximately 8, 20 or 30
seconds depending on bun height, diameter and model purchased. Increase or decrease temperature
setting to achieve desired brownness and temperature.
Bun Thickness Adjustment
The VSX is designed to accommodate a variety of
different products. Adjust for product thickness by
setting the Bun Adjustment Knobs on the side of the
toaster to the appropriate setting. Settings for
different thicknesses are indicated on the label
adjacent to the adjusting knobs. See photo.
Temperature Control
DIGITAL DISPLAY:
UP SWITCH:
DOWN SWITCH:
HEAT ON LED:
MODE SWITCH:
HEAT ON LED
Shows setpoint, actual
temperature and error / status
messages.
Increase / view setpoint.
Decrease / view setpoint.
Illuminated when power is
being applied to heater.
View actual temperature.
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DISPLAY
UP
DOWN
OPERATION
1. When power is applied, the digital display will initially show the software version
then change to “Lo”.
2. Press appropriate UP or DOWN switch and then press and hold until desired
setpoint is displayed. Holding the UP or DOWN switch will cause the
setpoint to increment by 1 degree for the first 5 degrees and after that the display
will increment by 5 degrees at a time.
3. Heat On LED will be illuminated until temperature reaches setpoint. Once the
toaster reaches setpoint, the display will change to “rdy” and the Heat on LED will
turn off. The heat on LED will then cycle on and off to maintain temperature.
STATUS, ALARM, AND ERROR MESSAGES
rdy
lo
Hi
Prb
HIE
Control has reached setpoint and the toaster is ready for operation.
Actual temperature is 50 degrees (or more) below setpoint.
Actual temperature is 50 degrees (or more) above setpoint.
Defective or disconnected temperature probe (sensor).
Appears if relay is defective or inoperable.
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5. CLEANING
Cleaning Instructions
Toaster is for DRY BUNS ONLY. Do not
put buttered bread products in the
toaster.
Figure 1 Diagram
Note: To save time at closing (it will take
15 minutes for toaster to cool down), you
might want to have the day shift clean the
toaster.
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2.
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6.
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9.
10.
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12.
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14.
15.
Turn off (7) Main Power Switch (See
Fig. 1). Allow toaster to cool down.
Remove (6) Bun Slide and (1) Top
Cover (See Fig. 1.) and wash in
sink.
For ease of cleaning, rotate toaster.
Lift up and lower (5) Front Panel (See
Fig. 1).
Depress (9) Conveyor Button (See
Fig. 1). Using a damp
cloth or sponge, wipe (4) belting back
and forth removing bread crumbs
and debris. Continue until belting is
clean.
Close (5) Front Panel (See Fig. 1).
Lift up and lower (8) Back Panel (See
Fig. 1).
Repeat step six.
Close (8) Back Panel (See Fig. 1).
Rotate (3) Bun Thickness Dials to the
vertical position.
Remove (2) Release Sheet (See Fig.
1) and place on flat surface. Using a
damp cloth or sponge, wipe (2)
Release Sheet (See Fig. 1.)
Removing bread crumbs and debris.
Rotate and replace (2) Release
Sheet (See Fig. 1).
Replace (1) Top Cover (See Fig. 1).
Rotate (3) Bun Thickness Dials to
their original position.
Turn on (7) Main Power Switch (See
Fig. 1).
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CLEANING (EN ESPAÑOL)
El Procedimiento de Limpieza
Tostador es SOLO PARA LOS BOLLOS SECOS.
No ponga los productos de pan unta dos con
mantequilla en la tostadora.
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Tostador con Parrilla de Contacto Vertical
Instrucciones Para Limpiar el Tostador
Solamente Ponga Bollos Secos en el Tostador
En el Tostador no se Debe Poner Pan u Otro Tipo
de Alimentos Untados con Mantequilla
Nota: Para ahorrar tiempo al cerrar (Hay que esperar
15 minutos para que el tostador se pueda enfriar)
usted puede decirle al los trabajadores del horario
diurno que deben limpiar el tostador.
1.
2.
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4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Apagar usando (7) el interruptor principal (mirar
ra
la 1 figura). Darle un tiempo al
tostador de
enfriarce.
Quitar (6) el deslizador de los bollos y (1) la tapa
ra
superior (mirar la 1 figura) y l a v a r e n e l
fregadero.
Para limpiar con más facilidad debe girar el
tostador.
Levantar y bajar (5) el panel delantero de el
tostador (mirar la 1ra figura).
Deprimir (9) el botón de la correa transportadora
(mirar la 1ra figura). Usando un
t r a p o
humedo o esponja, limpiar (4) la correa adelante
y atras quitando las
migajas de pan y
otros escombros. Continuar hasta que la correa
este limpia.
Cerrar (5) el panel delantero.
Levantar y bajar (8) el panel trasero de el
ra
tostador (mirar la 1 figura).
Repetir el paso número seis.
Cerrar (8) el panel trasero
Girar (3) los diales que específica el gueso de los
bollos a la posición vertical
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Quitar (2) la hoja de salida (mirar la 1 figura) y
pongase en una superficie plana. Usando un
trapo humedo o esponja, limpiar la (2) la hoja de
ra
salid (mirar la 1
figura) quitando las
migajas de pan y otros escombros.
Girar y reemplazar (2) la hoja de salida (mirar la
ra
1 figura).
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Reemplazar (1) la tapa superior (mirar la 1
figura).
Girar (3) los diales que específica el gueso de los
bollos a su posición original.
Poner en marcha usando (7) el interruptor
principal (mirar la 1ra figura).
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Figure 1 Diagram
Release Sheet Replacement
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1. Turn toaster off.
2. Remove the top cover.
3. Remove old release sheet from the toaster
platen (grill).!!! CAUTION !!! TOASTER
PLATEN MAY BE HOT.
4. If the reverse side of the release sheet is still
good, then fold the release sheet the opposite
way and use the other side. Skip to step 6.
5. If using a new release sheet, fold the release
sheet in half (length-wise) and firmly crease it.
6. Turn toaster on. (Conveyors will not run
because top cover is removed.)
7. Move the conveyors out full. (The bun thickness
111dials point straight up.)
8. Drape the release sheet over the toaster platen
and go about 5” down.
9. While holding the release sheet with one hand,
press the conveyor button on top to start the
conveyors. As the conveyors turn, they will
help the release sheet to go down.
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CAUTION !!! BUTTON MAY BE HOT.
10. When the crease reaches the top of the platen,
release the conveyor button.
Release Sheet Kit
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6. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
11. R e p l a c e t h e t o p
cover to the toaster.
(Conveyor starts to
move.)
12. Let the toaster run
f o r a b o u t 3 0
minutes to warm up
the release sheet.
13. R e - a d j u s t t h e
conveyors to their
proper settings
using the bun
thickness dials.
Always ask and check the following:
1. Is the unit connected to a live power source of the proper voltage?
2. Check the circuit breaker.
3. Is power switch “ON” and pilot light glowing?
4. Check the rating label. Is the unit connected to the correct power
source?
Service Hotline (800) 733-2203
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Removing Release Sheet
Problem
No heat and conveyor
belts don’t move.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Toaster is installed incorrectly.
Lid not placed on top securely.
Manual High Limit switch tripped open.
No heat and conveyor
belts move.
Defective components or wiring problem
Temperature Controller
Solid-state relay failure
Inoperative Platen or Wiring Problem
Set-point is too low
Platen is hot and
conveyor belts don’t
move
Product or silicone belt jammed
Wiring problems, loose of broken drive
chains.
Conveyor hung up.
Product is over toasted
or heat is too high, or
drop time is too slow,
product is getting stuck
or conveyor belts stop
when
product is toasting.
Bun adjustment controls set incorrectly.
Buns sticking to release sheet.
Temperature controller set point too high.
Voltage too high.
Product is under toasted
or platen heat is too low
or drop time is too fast
Wiring problems or defective
components.
Bun adjustment controls set incorrectly.
Temperature controller set point too low.
Voltage too low.
Wiring problem or defective components.
Conveyor belts are
jumping or snapping
Buns getting stuck on
discharge.
Toaster is installed incorrectly
Conveyor drive belts skipping, loose,
worn, or broken.
Buns not being removed from discharge
chute fast enough. Several buns are
being allowed to collect on the bun chute.
Discharge chute has been lifted up and a pan
placed under it (to catch crumbs).
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Review and perform installation and operation
procedures.
Install or adjust lid so that the push button
plunger on the top of the toaster is depressed.
Reset high limit switch according to the
instructions contained in this manual.
Check all connections
Check Temperature Controller for an Alarm
Message or erroneous reading. Contact an
authorized APW service technician.
Contact an authorized APW service
technician.
Contact an authorized APW service agent.
Adjust Temperature Control to desired
setpoint. (See page 6)
Turn unit off, disconnect from power, allow to
cool, and and remove silicone belt. Clean
thoroughly according to the instructions in this
manual and re-install the silicone belt.
Contact an authorized APW service
technician.
Turn toaster off, wait 5 seconds, and turn
toaster back on. If this happens often, contact
an authorized APW service agent.
Measure bun thickness and set the bun
controls accordingly.
Clean or replace release sheet or
silicone belt according to the instructions in
this manual.
Verify thermostat is cycling at the desired
temperature set point and lower if necessary.
Verify the line voltage matches the toaster’s
rated voltage identified on the serial number
data plate.
Contact an authorized APW service
technician.
Measure bun thickness and set the bun
controls correctly.
Verify that the thermostat is cycling at the
desired temperature and raise if necessary.
Verify that the line voltage matches the
toaster’s rated voltage identified on the serial
number data plate
Contact an authorized APW service
technician.
Review and perform installation and operation
instructions.
Contact an authorized APW service
technician.
Remove buns from bun chute faster.
Remove the pan or purchase APW / Wyott
#81699001 BUN CATCHER ACCESSORY KIT.
This part has a pan built in to the bun chute to
catch crumbs.
Possible Cause
Problem
Corrective Action
Crown and / or heel must
be forced into the toaster.
Release sheet and / or silicone belt need
cleaning.
Bun Chute improperly installed.
Toaster is overheating or
cooling fan is not turning
properly.
Toaster making noise or
unusual sounds. (Note that
some noise is inherent to
the normal operation of the
toaster and does not requi re
field service. If unsure, call
the APW Wyott technical
service department.)
Dirt and build-up on the fan blades or in the fan
motor.
Drop down side panels rattle.
Verify that the door is undamaged, closed and properly
seated on the top cross rods. Verify the silicone belt is
properly installed.
Lid Rattles
Verify the lid is undamaged, and re-secure it to the top
of the toaster.
Contact an authorized APW technical service
technician.
Chains emit squeaking or skipping noise or any
noise indicating metal is rubbing on metal.
Belt wrap pin rubbing on metal housing.
Silicone belt wrap is installed incorrectly.
Failed solid-state relay, heating platen, or
Temperature Control
temperature control board.
Display Error Code – High
Temperature (rly)
Loose or “open” sensor, failed sensor.
Temperature Control
Display Error Code – Probe
or Sensor (prb)
No Temperature Control
Display, or erratic display,
or displays ’---‘
Clean or replace release sheet or silicone belt
according to the instructions in this manual.
Review installation instructions and relocate bun chute.
Verify that the bottom of the bun chute is level and
setting flat on the counter or table.
Turn the unit off, disconnect from power, allow to cool,
and clean the cooling fan blades.
Center the pin in the belt wrap zipper.
Re-install the silicone belt according to the instructions
in this manual.
Contact an authorized APW service technician.
Contact an authorized APW service technician.
Unit not plugged in.
Plug unit in to proper electrical outlet.
Circuit Breakers turned off or tripped.
Reset breakers. If they trip again, contact your local
electrician or authorized APW service technician.
Contact an authorized APW service technician.
Wire problem, failed circuit board, or damaged
electrical components
Cooling Fan not turning properly. Control
compartment temperature is above 150° F.
Turn unit off, disconnect power, allow to cool, clean
cooling fan. If toaster continues to overheat, contact an
authorized APW service technician.
Manual Reset Thermostat
The manual reset is a device that provides thermal protection for the platen. In the event that the main
controller or power relay fails to regulate the heat on the platen, the manual reset thermostat will break the
electrical connection to the platen. The control, the motors, the conveyors, and the fans may all continue to
operate, but no more heat will go to the platen. The manual reset thermostat will prevent any power from
going to the platen until a person resets it.
If the manual reset thermostat trips (disallows heat to the platen), this may indicate an extreme failure of
another device. If this thermostat trips more than once, it is important that you contact an authorized APW /
Wyott technical service technician.
To reset the thermostat, locate the thermostat at the rear of the toaster. There is a black knob near the power
cord and the rating label. Unscrew the black cover (you may need a screwdriver). Push in the button that it
is covering. Replace the black cover (hand tight).
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7. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Tools required: Daily: Heat Resistant Gloves, Standard Cleaner, Standard Sanitizer, Soft Towels.
Monthly: Needle Nose Pliers, Soft Brush
Yearly: Phillips Screwdriver, Standard Lubricating Oil
1)
Preventative Maintenance - Daily
WARNING! Toaster may be hot. Allow to cool before cleaning. Use heat resistant gloves
when removing the top cover, cleaning the Release Sheet, and cleaning the silicone belt.
A.
B.
Exterior. Everyday you should clean the outside of the toaster by wiping it down with a
soft cloth and detergent.
Cooling Fan. Check air intake. The cooling fan grille on the side of the toaster must be
cleaned daily clean grille with a stiff nylon type brush. The cooling fan operates when
the power switch is turned to on. It must operate to keep the electrical control compartment
below 140°F (60°C).
WARNING! If the fan blade is not rotating, or fan assembly is missing from main blower
motor shaft, do not operate toaster. Serious damage could be done to the blower motor and /
or the solid-state electrical components if the toaster is operated while the cooling fan is not
running or if the cooling intake is blocked.
C.
D.
E.
2)
Additional cleaning according to the instructions described on page 7 & 8.
Remove the top cover and bun chute and clean in a sink.
Remove the release sheet and wipe clean with a damp cloth. Be careful not to crinkle it
or rip it at the crease. Be careful when removing it since it might still be hot.
Preventative Maintenance - Weekly
A.
WARNING! Toaster may be hot. Allow to cool before cleaning. Use heat resistant gloves
when removing the top cover, cleaning the release sheet,
and cleaning the silicone belt.
Cleaning Silicone Belt
Clean Silicon Belts. In addition to the daily cleaning
described above, remove the top cover. Open one side
(front or rear) of the toaster and clean the orange silicone
belt. Using a standard cleaner, wipe across and down.
Clean both sides of each silicone belt. To rotate the belt,
depress the safety interlock switch located on the top of the
toaster.
WARNING! Do not allow articles of clothing, hands,
fingers, or any foreign objects from being caught in the
rotating conveyor belt. To stop the conveyor from turning,
release the safety interlock switch.
Follow cleaning by wiping down both sides of each silicone
belt with a standard sanitizer. Turn the toaster on the
counter to access the other silicone belt, and repeat the
cleaning instructions.
B.
Clean Release Sheets. Carefully remove the Release
Sheet, laying it flat on a clean surface. Using a standard
cleaner, wipe down both sides of the sheet until clean.
Follow cleaning by wiping down both sides of the sheet
with a standard sanitizer. If the Release Sheet appears to
be overly worn, replace it.
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Cleaning Release Sheets
3)
Preventative Maintenance - Monthly
WARNING! Toaster may be hot. Allow to cool before cleaning. Use heat resistant gloves
when removing the top cover, cleaning the Release Sheet, and cleaning the silicone belt.
A.
In addition to the daily cleaning described above, remove and
clean silicone belt. Remove the top cover and bun chute and
clean with detergent in a sink. Open one of the side panels (front
or rear) exposing the orange silicone belt. By depressing the
safety interlock switch at the top of the toaster, rotate the
conveyor so that the “flap” is in the front of the conveyor.
WARNING! Do not allow articles of clothing, hands, fingers, or
any foreign objects from being caught in the rotating conveyor
belt. To stop the conveyor from turning, release the safety
interlock switch.
Slide the pin that runs through the zipper under the
flap of the belt by grasping it with a pair of needle
nose pliers and pulling sideways.
DO NOT
DISCARD THE PIN. Once the belt is removed, lay
it out flat on a clean surface. Using a standard
cleaner, wipe down both sides of the belt until clean.
Follow cleaning by wiping down both sides of the
belt with a standard sanitizer.
B.
Brush out the conveyor chain and sprockets. Using a soft brush, remove any
food particles that may have built up under the silicone belt. Visually inspect the drive
sprockets to verify that food particles have been cleared away. Wipe down the metal chain
with a soft cloth and standard cleaner. Follow cleaning by wiping again with a standard
sanitizer.
C.
Clean the release sheet tensioning roller. Wipe down the roller with a standard cleaner.
Follow cleaning by wiping down again with a standard sanitizer. Spin the roller to make sure
that it turns freely.
D.
Replace the silicone belt. Wrap the silicone belt around the metal conveyor chain, with the
top flap located at the top of the conveyor. THE TOP FLAP MUST BE POSITIONED
PROPERLY THE OPENING THAT EXPOSES THE ZIPPER SHOULD BE IN FRONT OF
AND ACCESSIBLE TO YOU, ROTATING UP AND TOWARD THE PLATEN AS THE
CONVEYOR TURNS. (See diagram)
With one hand, hold the zipper together on one edge of the belt. With the other hand, start to
slide the pin through the zipper, securing the belt to the conveyor. You may have to use the
needle nose pliers to slide the pin all the way through the zipper. MAKE SURE ALL OF THE
TEETH ON THE ZIPPER ARE LINED UP AND OPPOSITE EACH OTHER, AND THE PIN IS
STICKING OUT EQUALLY ON EITHER SIDE OF THE SILICONE BELT.
4)
Preventative Maintenance - 3 to 6 Months
WARNING! Toaster may be hot. Allow to cool before cleaning. Use heat resistant gloves
when removing the top cover, cleaning the Release Sheet, and cleaning the silicone belt.
A.
In addition to the daily cleaning described above, remove and inspect the silicone belt. If
worn, brittle, or damaged, replace the belt with a new one according to section 12, Procedure
for Changing a Belt (see page 18).
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5)
Preventative Maintenance Yearly
A.
In addition to the daily cleaning described above, remove the silicone belts according to the
instructions described in (3), and inspect the metal conveyor chain. Check the tension to
make sure that drive sprockets are engaging all the wires in the metal conveyor chain. If the
sprockets are not engaging all the wires, if the metal belt is too loose, making noise, or
exhibits any other indication of being unusually loose, call an authorized APW Wyott Service
Technician.
CAUTION. AN ANNUAL PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE INSPECTION OF THE
INTERNAL COMPONENTS IN YOUR TOASTER WILL EXTEND THE PRODUCT'S LIFE
AND ASSURE PROPER LONG TERM PERFORMANCE. PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE OF THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS IS A RECOMMENDED
PROCEDURE THAT MUST BE COMPLETED BY A KNOWLEDGEABLE TECHNICIAN,
SUCH AS AN APW WYOTT AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN. PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER, AND IS NOT COVERED
UNDER THE WARRANTYAGREEMENT PROVIDED WITH THE TOASTER.
B.
Open the right side panel by removing the Phillips screws with a screwdriver, and
inspect the drive chain and motor. DO NOT DISCARD THE SCREWS.
WARNING! Electrical hazards are present inside the toaster's right side panel. THE
TOASTER MUST BE UNPLUGGED BEFORE THE SIDE PANEL IS REMOVED. ONLY
AN EXPERIENCED / AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE OR SERVICE AGENT PROPERLY
TRAINED IN MAINTAINING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE REMOVING THE
RIGHT SIDE PANEL.
Inspect the drive chain. Lubricate the chain by applying a few drops of standard lubricant to
the chain and internal idler sprocket.
Inspect the drive motor. Lubricate the motor by applying a few drops of standard lubricant to
the hole in the outer metal flange that contains the motor's drive shaft.
14
8. WIRING DIAGRAM - VCG TOASTER
5
4
Manual
Limit Sw.
N.C.
2
SSR 1
3
Relay 4 +
Cooling Fan
8
Element
Limit Sw.
N.C.
Orange or Red
Black
6
18
From 81600321
15
Temperature
Control
J2
J1
Yellow “K” T/C
16
Red
Sensor
Output (+)
Out Com(-)
Blue
Black-White
Blue-Yellow
Black-Red
Black-Yellow
Black
Blue
AC Input
Blue
Brown
Terminal
Block
Transformer
From 81600321
Switch
Main
Power
1
7
White or Blue Wire From Cord
Black or Brown Wire From Cord
Green Wire From Cord
240V 60Hz Orange
208V 60Hz Red
Unused Wire
Orange or Red
Black
Conveyor Motor
66935 Scotch-Lok
Connector 6 Places
J3
Momentary
Push Button
17
9. PARTS LIST (EXPLODED VIEW) - VCG TOASTER
28
11
29
20
12
18
12
11
4
8
41
15
25
17
30
38
39
27
16
40
26
37
34
10
4
33
1
42
35
32
36
13
22
24
9
2
3
14
21
5
6
7
21
23
ITEM NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Not Shown
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Not Shown
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
PARTS LIST - VCG TOASTER
PART NUMBER
85640
89111
81600204
81600223
81600284
81600025
81600282
81600214
81600226
81600227
81600249
81600266
81600100
89488
81600296
85281
81600101
81600065
81600294
81600220
81600295
81600235
81600277
81600210
81600212
83267
81600105
81600255
81600103
81600050
81600321
86285
69146
69147
30218
81600311
81600322
81600248
81600337
81600340
81600323
81600350
DESCRIPTION
Cordset
Strain Releif bushing
Motor Mount Assy'
Bearing
Bearing idler sprocket housing
Bushing
Sprocket 14 tooth
Platten
Conveyor Shaft, Lower
Conveyor Shaft, Upper
Sprocket 14 tooth
Retainer Ring
Controller, toaster microprocessor
Rocker Switch
Switch
Cooling fan motor
Probe
Belting
Sprocket (on drive motor)
Middle Cover
Sprocket 20 t
Chain
Motor
Right Side Cover
Left Side Cover
Legs
Bun Chute
Lid Weld Assy
Release Sheet
Knob
Control harness
High limit thermostat (Auto Reset)
Relay
Thermal Pad
Terminal Block
Transformer
High Limit Thermostat (Manual Reset)
Silicone Belt
Roller, Idler Belt Trainer 1 1/2”
Roller, Idler Belt Trainer 2 1/2”
Nut, Lock 3/8-32 UNEF
Knob w/Screw
10. Procedure: Orange Silicone Belt Tracking
Conveyor belt tracking is checked at the factory. New toasters
should not need adjusting. If, after replacing the orange silicone
belt as described under the periodic maintenance procedure, it
begins to "walk" toward one end of the conveyor or another, use the
Belt Tracking Knob to align the belt to the center of the conveyor.
Keeping the belt centered, along with regular cleaning, helps
preserve the life of this belt. Turn the knob in the direction the belt
appears to be "walking", to bring it back to the center of the
conveyor. After adjusting, check the tracking periodically for the first
hour to verify the belt is still centered. Over-adjusting may cause
the belt to begin to "walk" in the opposite direction. If this occurs, readjust by turning the knob again in the opposite direction, once
again, in the direction the belt is walking. Two to three rotations of
the knob should be enough to center the belt on the conveyor. Also
see the flow diagram on page 16 for belt tracking instructions.
Silicone Belt Tracking Adjustment
Belt Tracking Knob
PROCEDURE FOR BELT ADJUSTMENT (TRACKING)
Position yourself so that you face the conveyor with the access cover
between you and the conveyor. The platen should be on the other side
of the conveyor from you. This puts the adjustment screw on your right.
Start
No
Continue to monitor the
conveyor from time-totime for a couple of days
to see if it walks over a
sprocket.
END
No
18
Did the conveyor
belt walk after a
few hours?
No
Has the belt
walked over
one of the
sprockets
within 10
minutes?
Yes
To w h i c h
sprocket did
the belt walk
over?
Right
Did the belt walk
off the sprocket
in 5 minutes?
Yes
While conveyor
belt is still
between the
sprockets, turn
the screw 2
times counter
clock-wise.
Left
Did the belt walk
off the sprocket
in 5 minutes?
No
Yes
Yes
While conveyor
belt is still
between the
sprockets, turn the
screw 2 times
clock-wise.
Within about 5
minutes, which
sprocket is the
conveyor walking
toward?
Neither. It stays
in center.
Left
Right
Turn the screw clockwise about a half turn. If
the belt has walked over
the right sprocket, you
will need to put it in the
center of the sprockets
by hand. CAUTION!!!
THE BELT MAY BE
EXTREMELY HOT. YOU
COULD BURN
YOURSELF.
Turn the screw counter clock-wise about a half turn. If the belt has walked over the right
sprocket, you will need to put it in the center of the sprockets by hand. CAUTION!!! THE
BELT MAY BE EXTREMELY HOT. YOU COULD BURN YOURSELF.
11. PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING A BELT
TOOLS NEEDED: Needle-nose pliers, phillips-head screwdriver.
1. Turn off toaster. Let cool for 30 minutes.
2. Remove top lid and open front cover.
3. Turn toaster on and depress top lid switch button until the belt splice
(flap) is at about the center of the conveyor. Turn toaster off.
4. Remove the pin from the splice using the needle-nose pliers.
5. Remove the old belt from the toaster. (CAREFUL!!! MAY BE HOT! YOU
COULD BURN YOURSELF!)
6. Put the new belt on. Feed the belt through the conveyor using the end
of the belt without the flaps. (CAREFUL!!! MAY BE HOT! YOU
COULD BURN YOURSELF!)
7. Put pin in splice. Make sure sides of belt are aligned and that belt is
routed over the plastic roller. Make sure belt is in center of conveyor.
8. Close the front cover and turn to the rear conveyor.
9. Repeat steps 3-7 for rear conveyor.
10. Close the rear cover and replace the lid.
11. Turn toaster on and turn knobs to their normal settings.
12. Watch the conveyors to see if belts ride over the sprockets. If they do,
follow procedure for training a belt (see section 10, pages 17-18).
12. APW WYOTT EQUIPMENT LIMITED WARRANTY
APW Wyott Foodservice Equipment Company warrants it's equipment against defects in materials and workmanship, subject to the
following conditions:
This warranty applies to the original owner only and is not assignable.
Should any product fail to function in its intended manner under normal use within the limits defined in this warranty, at the option of
APW Wyott such product will be repaired or replaced by APW Wyott or its Authorized Service Agency. APW Wyott will only be
responsible
for
charges
incurred
or
service
performed
by
its Authorized
Service
Agencies.
The
use
of
other
than APW
Wyott
Authorized Service Agencies will void this warranty and APW Wyott will not be responsible for such work or any charges associated
with same. The closest APW Wyott Authorized Service Agent must be used.
This warranty covers products shipped into the 48 contiguous United States, Hawaii, metropolitan areas of Alaska and Canada. There
will be no labor coverage for equipment located on any island not connected by roadway to the mainland.
Warranty coverage on products used outside the 48 contiguous United States, Hawaii, and metropolitan areas of Alaska and Canada
may vary. Contact the international APW Wyott distributor, dealer, or service agency for details.
Time Period
One year for parts and one year for labor, effective from the date of purchase by the original owner. The Authorized Service Agency
may, at their option, require proof of purchase. Parts replaced under this warranty are warranted for the un-expired portion of the
original product warranty only.
Exceptions
*Gas/Electric Cookline:
Models GCB, GCRB, GF, GGM, GGT, CHP-H, EF, EG, EHP. Three (3) Year Warranty on all
component parts, except switches and thermostats. (2 additional years on parts only. No labor on second or third year.)
*Broiler Briquettes, Rock Grates, Cooking Grates, Burner Shields, Fireboxes:
*Heat Strips:
*Glass Windows, Doors, Seals, Rubber Seals, Light Bulbs:
Models FD, FDL, FDD, FDDL.
90 Day Material Only. No Labor.
Two (2) Year Warranty on element only.
90 Day Material Only.
No labor second year.
No Labor.
In all cases, parts covered by extended warranty will be shipped FOB the factory after the first year.
Portable Carry In Products
Equipment weighing over 70 pounds or permanently installed will be serviced on-site as per the terms of this warranty. Equipment
weighing 70 pounds or under, and which is not permanently installed, i.e. with cord and plug, is considered portable and is subject to
the
following
warranty
handling
limitations.
If
portable
equipment
fails
to
operate
in
its
intended
manner
on
the
first
day
of
connection, or use, at APW Wyott's option or its Authorized Service Agency, it will be serviced on site or replaced.
From day two through the conclusion of this warranty period, portable units must be taken to or sent prepaid to the APW Wyott
Authorized Service Agency for in-warranty repairs. No mileage or travel charges are allowed on portable units after the first day of use.
If the customer wants on-site service, they may receive same by paying the travel and mileage charges. Exceptions to this rule: (1)
countertop warmers and cookers, which are covered under the Enhanced Warranty Program, and (2) toasters or rollergrills which have
in store service.
Exclusions
The following conditions are not covered by warranty:
*Equipment
failure
relating
to
improper
installation,
improper
utility
connection
or
supply
and
problems
due
to
ventilation.
*Equipment that has not been properly maintained, calibration of controls, adjustments, damage from improper cleaning
and water damage to controls.
*Equipment that has not been used in an appropriate manner, or has been subject to misuse or misapplication, neglect,
abuse, accident, alteration, negligence, damage during transit, delivery or installation, fire, flood, riot or act of god.
*Equipment that has the model number or serial number removed or altered.
If the equipment has been changed, altered, modified or repaired by other than an Authorized Service Agency during or after the
warranty period, then the manufacturer shall not be liable for any damages to any person or to any property, which may result from the
use of the equipment thereafter.
This warranty does not cover services performed at overtime or premium labor rates. Should service be required at times which
normally involve overtime or premium labor rates, the owner shall be charged for the difference between normal service rates and such
premium rates. APW Wyott does not assume any liability for extended delays in replacing or repairing any items beyond its control.
In all cases, the use of other than APW Wyott Authorized OEM Replacement Parts will void this warranty.
This equipment is intended for commercial use only. Warranty is void if equipment is installed in other than commercial application.
Water Quality Requirements
Water supply intended for a unit that has in excess of 3.0 grains of hardness per gallon (GPG) must be treated or softened before
being used. Water containing over 3.0 GPG will decrease the efficiency and reduce the operation life of the unit.
Note: Product failure caused by liming or sediment buildup is not covered under warranty.
“THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES
AND CONSTITUTES THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF APW WYOTT. IN NO EVENT DOES THE LIMITED WARRANTY
EXTEND BEYOND THE TERMS STATED HEREIN.”
9/05
19
Phone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
Website:
E-mail:
(214) 421-7366
(214) 565-0976
(800) 527-2100
www.apwwyott.com
info@apwwyott.com
APW / WYOTT
729 Third Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226
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