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Operator Training
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Introduction
Course Content
The purpose of this training program is to inform
operators on the importance of product safety and
quality, while also reducing the number of nuisance
service calls generated from innocent operator error.
After completion of this program, operators should
have a good understanding of the machine’s parts,
controls, and operational procedures.
Please refer to the Operator’s Manual for complete
instructions on using and maintaining your Taylor grill.
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Upper Platen
Cook Surface/Lower
Grill Surface
Grease Can
Display Screen
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Platen
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Sheet Clip
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Release Sheet
Retainer
Splash Shield
& Tubular Arm
Teflon
Release
Material
Platen Handle
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Included Accessories
Release Sheets, Clips, and Retainer
Teflon release material allows the user to
cook product on the grill without it sticking
to the upper platen. A box of 9 release
sheets, clips (2 per platen), and 1 release
sheet retainer are included with a Crown
Series grill. Release sheets, clips, and
retainers can be purchased through a local
Taylor distributor.
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High Temp Grill Cleaner
Spray bottle allows for more portion control
reducing waste and excess chemical costs.
Measured fluid ounce indicators on the bottle
allow for portion control and min/max usage
per cleaning. A one quart cleaner is included
with the grill. High temp grill cleaner can be
purchased through a local Taylor distributor.
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Teflon Wiper
Easily allows wiping of the Teflon release
sheets and doubles as cloth holder when
wiping grill during cleaning. Teflon wiper and
replacement blades are included with the grill
and can be purchased through a local Taylor
distributor.
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Grease Can
Excess grease is squeegeed into the grease
cans and emptied each day to aid the
cleaning process. Grease trays are included
with the grill and can be purchased through a
local Taylor distributor.
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Cleaning Pad
Blue Ergonomic Pad Holder
Wrapped scrub padding allows operator to
reach into hard to reach areas both
under/behind the platen and around grill
surfaces. Ergonomic design allows for more
pressure to the pad for scrubbing with less
effort/muscle and time required during
cleaning. The cleaning pad and cleaning pad
holder are optional, but a recommended
accessory available though a local Taylor
distributor.
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Stainless Side Tool Holder
The tool holder’s open bottom slots allow
grease drippings and carbon fall off to drip
directly into Grease Troughs for ease of
cleaning. The tool holder is optional, but a
recommended accessory available through a
local Taylor distributor.
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Metal Grill Scraper
This scraper is heavier than standard
scrapers and includes a handle grip which
allows for more pressure to be applied to
the blade, scraping up more carbon and
leaving the grill surface cleaner with less
physical effort. The grill scraper is optional,
but a recommended accessory available
through a local Taylor distributor.
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Heat Resistant – Elbow Length
Neoprene Gloves
Allows operators to reach along side and
back of platens from the front of the grill,
protecting forearms and top of arms from
hot platens. Also shields arms/hands from
grease and cleaning agents during the
cleaning process. Heat resistant gloves are
an optional accessory purchased by the
customer.
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functionality.
Master Power Switch
This switch controls power to the
grill and must be turned “ON” to
start grill operation. The switch will
be illuminated when the switch is
“ON”. The controller will display
“INITIALIZATION”, and then will
display “OFF”.
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Off Key
The red OFF key is used to turn
the controller off. The key must be
pressed and held for five seconds
to activate in order to prevent
unintended operation.
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Temperature Indicator Lights
These lighted icons indicate the heater
status for each cook zone.
White – indicates the heater is off for
that zone.
Amber – indicates the heater is on for
that zone.
Green – indicates the heater is at the
required set point for that zone.
Red – indicates the heater is above the
required set point for that zone.
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Program Key
The green PROGRAM key is used to
enter and exit the Programming
mode. When the grill control is in the
OFF or IDLE mode, press and hold
the Program key for five seconds to
enter the Program mode.
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Menu Select Keys
The yellow menu select keys are
used to select the menu items to
be cooked. 78 total menu items
can be programmed in any order
on any of the 6 pages (13 items
per page).
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Clean Mode Key
The yellow CLEAN MODE key is
used to put the grill into the Clean
Mode. The Clean Mode sets the
upper platen and lower cook surface
temperatures to 325°F (162.8°C).
The control will display “READY TO
CLEAN” and an alarm will sound
when the grill has reached set
temperature. Press any button or
key to acknowledge the alarm.
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USB Port/Cover
This is used to cover the USB Port
where grill operational software and
updates are installed. This cover
should be left in place at all times.
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The Standby Button
Pressing the STANDBY button once will
place the upper cook surface in the “cook”
position and will initiate the cook cycle.
Whenever the grill is idle and product is not
being cooked, the upper platen must be
placed in the STANDBY position. This
feature maintains grill temperatures and
conserves energy. Pressing the button
twice (within five seconds) will place the
upper cook surface in the “standby”
position.
Note: The grill cannot be placed into the
STANDBY position while the message
“TOO COOL” is displayed.
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The Raise Button
From the standby mode, pushing this
button will cancel standby and raise
the platen. During the cooking cycle,
pressing this button will cancel the
cooking timer and return the grill to the
ready mode.
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Programming
1
Load the programming
files onto a USB drive.
2
Insert the USB into the grill.
Note: Each of the 3 cooking
zones will need to be
programmed separately.
3
Hold the “PROGRAM” key on
the touch screen control panel.
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Programming
4
Enter code “STORE 1.”
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5
Select “MENU EDIT.”
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6
Select “LOAD MENU FROM USB.”
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7
Select the desired menu to
program the cook zone.
8
Select “Exit” to save and
return to the main screen.
9
Repeat the previous steps for
each remaining cook zone.
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Release Sheets
Teflon release sheets allow users to cook product on
the grill without it sticking to the upper platen.
Be sure to clean the release sheets with a squeegee
after each run of product and wipe down the release
sheets at least 4 times per hour with a clean, sanitizersoaked grill cloth.
Release sheets should be replaced if:
• Cleaning procedures fail to remove all buildup and
product sticks to the release sheet.
• A tear appears in the cooking area of the release
sheet, causing product to stick to the release sheet.
• If the release sheet is saturated in grease or carbon
build-up is present.
Squeegee the platen with a wet towel to steam clean
the Teflon sheets for reduced sticking and longer life.
Clean the release sheets daily on both sides. Rotate
the release sheet each day and re-install on the
opposite side than previously used (dark side vs.
light side).
DO NOT fold or crease.
DO NOT touch with sharp objects, grill scraper,
or abrasive pads.
DO NOT place under other equipment or objects.
DO NOT hot-hose or soak in water.
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Release Sheet Cleaning
Clean the release sheets
daily on both sides. Rotate
the release sheet each day
and re-install on the opposite
side than previously used
(dark side vs. light side).
1
Place the release sheets flat on
the clean lower grill surface.
Gently clean both sides of the
sheets with grill cleaner and the
grill cleaning pad holder, if
necessary.
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2
Rinse both sides of the
release sheets with a
clean, sanitizer-soaked
grill cloth.
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3
Place the release
sheets on a clean, flat
surface to air dry.
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Release Sheet Installation
1
Slide the release sheet
retainer through the
hemmed end of the
release sheet.
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2
Place the release sheet on
the grill surface and align
center with the upper platen.
Press the STANDBY button
to lower the upper platen.
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3
Hook the retainer on the
screws at the top of the
upper platen and wrap the
sheet around the platen.
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4
If the sheet fits smoothly
over the upper platen, place
the release sheet clip over
the release sheet and press
it in place over the release
sheet bar.
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5
The release sheet should
be snug, but not installed
too tightly.
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Cleaning After Each Product Run
1
After each batch of product
comes off of the grill, use the grill
scraper to remove the grease
from the lower grill surface.
2
Use the squeegee to clean the
Teflon sheets on the platens. Hold
the handle at a slight upward angle,
and slide in a downward motion.
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Once the platens are clean, use
the squeegee to move the
grease off of the grill surface and
into the grease trough.
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1
Press the “CLEAN” key.
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Once the “READY TO CLEAN”
message displays, press the
RAISE button to cancel the alarm.
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Put on the heat-resistant gloves,
and begin wiping the release sheets
with a sanitizer-soaked grill cloth.
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4
Uninstall the release sheets and
take the components to the sink.
Place release sheets on a clean,
flat surface next to the sink.
Wash and rinse clips and retainers,
then set aside.
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Scrape the lower grill surface
with the grill scraper.
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Push grease into grease cans
using the squeegee.
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Empty grease cans, if necessary.
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Pour grill cleaner onto each cook zone.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
The front side of the upper platens.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
The bottom of the platen handles.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
Platen surfaces.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
The back side of the upper platens.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
The outer edges of the platens.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
The inner edges of the platens.
Note: Lower platens to
access inner edges.
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Using the grill cleaning pad
and holder, dip the pad into
the cleaner and apply to:
The rear shields.
Note: Lower platens to
access rear shields.
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Lightly scrub each sanitized area
with a cleaning pad and holder.
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Rinse each scrubbed area with a
clean, sanitizer-soaked grill cloth.
Wipe the exterior of all platens,
especially behind the rear of the
upper platens.
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Spread the remaining grill
cleaner over the entire grill
surface, using the grill cleaning
pad and holder. Do not scrub
when spreading sanitizer.
After spreading sanitizer, lightly
scrub the grill surface until all soil
has been liquefied.
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Use the squeegee to remove
cleaner from the grill surface.
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Wipe the lower grill surface with a
damp, sanitizer-soaked grill cloth
until all residue is removed.
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Clean release sheets.
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Wipe the lower grill surface
again with a sanitizer-soaked
grill cloth.
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Empty, wash, rinse, and
reinstall the grease cans.
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18
Take all tools to the sink
for cleaning.
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Wipe all areas, including
exterior panels, with a clean,
sanitizer-soaked grill cloth.
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Apply a light coat of
vegetable oil to the lower
grill surface.
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Upper platens should be left open.
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Place the power switch in
the OFF position.
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Daily Startup
1
Place the power switch in
the ON position.
The control will beep and
display the word
“INITIALIZATION” for 5
seconds, and then will
enter the OFF mode.
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2
Touch a menu key on the
control to start the grill.
The grill will start heating to the
proper temperature.
Select the proper menu item to
attain the correct temperature
for each section.
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The control will display the selected
menu item and indicate “TOO
COOL” with the corresponding grill
zone(s) (i.e., BF, BM, BR, TF, TR).
The grill temperature indicators will
be illuminated in amber.
Product will not cook until the grill
has reached temperature; the platen
will not come down and the cook
timer cannot be started.
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When the grill is at the proper
temperature, the temperature
statements will no longer display,
and the indicators will be
illuminated in green.
Note: The lower grill surface and
the upper platen must be clean
before performing the daily startup.
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Cooking Procedure
1
Place product on the lower grill
surface using the proper patty
placement procedure.
2
Press the “STANDBY” button once to
lower the platen. Once the platen has
lowered, a timer will automatically start.
Store personnel should use their
knuckle when pressing the button to
prevent raw meat from coming into
contact with the grill. Wash hands
after pressing the button.
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Cooking Procedure
3
After the cook cycle is
completed, the grill will beep.
“DONE” will appear on the
screen and the platen will rise.
Note: A cook cycle can be
canceled at any time by
pressing the “RAISE” button.
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Product can then be removed
and placed in a holding station.
5
Gently squeegee the upper
platen and then scrape the
grill surface.
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Patty Placement Guide
Patties should always be
placed from front to back, and
from left to right.
When patties are removed
from the grill and placed in a
holding station, they should
follow the same sequence.
Patties should be placed as
outlined on the patty
placement guide. Markings
can also be seen on the
surface of the grill.
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Product Temperature
It is important to check that the
temperature of the products being
cooked on the grill are correct.
Undercooked product poses a food
safety risk, but the quality and
integrity of food is compromised if it
is cooked at too high of a
temperature as well.
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One side of the grill will not heat.
This screen displays, “CALL
SERVICE. NO HEAT IN ZONE
(indicates specific zone) MAIN
POWER OFF & RETRY.”
Cause: One of the power cords may have
come loose or unplugged from the wall during
cleaning.
Remedy: Check the power connection.
Cause: The restaurant circuit breaker may be
off or has tripped.
Remedy: Reset the restaurant circuit breaker.
Cause: The contactor is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The heater is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The high limit switch is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The solid state relay is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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One heat zone will not heat. The
screen reads “TOO COOL” and
displays the specific zone.
One of the heat zones is overheating.
The screen reads “TOO HOT” and
displays the specific zone.
Cause: The interface board is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The interface board is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The solid state relay is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The solid state relay is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The control harness is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The grill will not turn on when power
switch is placed in the ON position.
Cause: One of the power cords may have
come loose or unplugged from the wall during
cleaning.
Remedy: Reconnect the cord.
Cause: The restaurant circuit breaker may be
off or has tripped.
Remedy: Reset the restaurant circuit breaker.
Cause: The fuse in the control box is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
The upper platen will not stay in the
STANDBY mode, but will stay in the
COOK position.
Cause: Incorrect use of the STANDBY button.
The STANDBY button may have been pressed
twice too quickly.
Remedy: Press the STANDBY button twice,
one second apart, to lower the platen into the
STANDBY position.
Cause: Faulty wire connections.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The power switch is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The upper platen will not stay in the
COOK or STANDBY position.
Cause: Temperature is insufficient to satisfy
the indicator LED’s.
Remedy: Wait until the LED indicators turn
green. This can happen during the first 20
minutes after the grill has been turned on or
after a water cleaning.
Cause: The control harness is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The interface board is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The latch switch is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The latch solenoid is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The processor control is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The pneumatic system is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The upper platen will not stay in the
COOK position, but will stay in the
STANDBY mode.
Cause: The product is out of specification.
Remedy: Product must be within specification
(proper thickness, shape, etc.).
The upper platen opens too rapidly.
Cause: The orifice/check valve is incorrect or
missing.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The processor control is not set
properly.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The screen displays “PLATEN NOT
LATCHED. CALL SERVICE-LATCH. IS
AN OBJECT STUCK UNDER THE
PLATEN? IF NO, COOK FLAT ITEMS
ONLY.”
Cause: An item may be under platen,
preventing it from latching.
Remedy: Remove the item and try again.
Cause: The pneumatic system is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
The display reads “UPPER PLATEN
STUCK. CALL SERVICE-LATCH. IF
THE PLATEN IS OPEN, COOK FLAT
ITEMS ONLY.”
Cause: The arm bearings are dirty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The air cylinder is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Plugged air lines to cylinders.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The latch switch is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The latch solenoid is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The platen will not lower to present
gap height.
Cause: Excessive carbon build-up on the
shields.
Remedy: Follow closing procedures to properly
clean and remove carbon build-up from the
shields.
Cause: Defective main display controller.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective motors and cables.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective motor interface board.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Loose harness connections.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The product is under-cooked or
overcooked.
Cause: The release sheet it worn.
Remedy: Replace the release sheet.
Cause: Incorrect cooking time.
Remedy: Reset the processor control to the
proper setting.
Cause: Incorrect temperature setting.
Remedy: Adjust the processor control to the
proper setting.
Cause: The upper platen or lower grill surface
is not clean and/or has carbon build-up.
Remedy: Follow closing procedures to properly
clean the upper platen and the lower grill
surface and to remove carbon build-up.
Cause: There is a grease or carbon build-up on
the bottom of the upper platen handles.
Remedy: Follow closing procedures to properly
clean and remove carbon build-up from the
bottom of the platen handles.
Cause: Product is out of specification.
Remedy: Product must be within specified
tolerances (thickness, shape, raw or frozen
temperatures).
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The product is under-cooked or
overcooked. (Cont’d.)
Cause: Product may have accumulated ice
crystals.
Remedy: Ensure that open boxes are kept
closed and that all the product is covered
during storage.
Cause: Cooking procedures may have been
followed incorrectly.
Remedy: Ensure that the product was removed
immediately after the cook cycle ended. Double
check that the correct product was selected
from the main menu screen.
Cause: Other equipment may be at fault.
Remedy: Check temperature of all meat
storage freezers. Make sure they are set to 0°F
(-18°C). Check temperature of all meat storage
refrigerators. Make sure they are set to 38° to
42°F (3° to 5°C).
Cause: The preset gap height is incorrect.
Remedy: Validate the product settings (time,
temperature, gap, etc.) are programmed in the
controller correctly. Always consult with the
owner and Regional Manager before changing
the control settings.
Cause: The heating zone is not heating.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The product is not cooking evenly.
Cause: The upper platen or lower grill surface
is not clean and/or has carbon build-up.
Remedy: Follow closing procedures to properly
clean the upper platen and lower grill surface,
and to remove carbon build-up.
Cause: There is a grease or carbon build-up on
the bottom of the upper platen handles.
Remedy: Follow closing procedures to properly
clean and to remove carbon build-up from the
bottom of the platen handles.
Cause: The release sheet is worn.
Remedy: Replace release sheet.
Cause: Release sheet may be too loose,
causing poor heat transfer into product.
Remedy: Readjust the sheet to ensure a snug
fit. It should be tight enough to prevent
creasing, sliding, or catching by the squeegee.
Cause: The product is out of specification.
Remedy: Product must be within specification
(proper thickness, shape, etc.).
Cause: The platen is not level.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: The preset gap height is incorrect.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Air pressure is not high enough.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The display reads “HOME SWITCH
STUCK ON. CLAM ITEMS BLOCKED.
CALL FOR SERVICE.”
Cause: Two sided cooking options are blocked.
Remedy: Turn the control off and then back on
the clear the fault.
Cause: Defective stepper motor.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective stepper motor wire harness.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective home switch.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective motor control.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
The display reads “PROBE OPEN”
and displays the specific zone.
Cause: The thermocouple or the thermocouple
interface board is faulty.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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The display reads “HOME SWITCH
NOT SEEN. CLAM ITEMS BLOCKED.
CALL FOR SERVICE.”
Cause: Defective motor control.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective home switch.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective stepper motor.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Broken platen cable.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
Cause: Defective stepper motor wire harness.
Remedy: Call an authorized service technician.
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Crown Series Grill
Instructions:
This quiz is intended to reemphasize some of the
information provided in this program, but should not
be used as a formal evaluation.
When in the CLEAN mode, at what temperature
will the control display “Ready to Clean”?
A
B
375º F (190.6º C)
C
350º F (176.7º C)
D
300º F (148.9º C)
325º F (162.8º C)
When in the CLEAN mode, at what temperature
will the control display “Ready to Clean”?
A
B
375º F (190.6º C)
C
350º F (176.7º C)
D
300º F (148.9º C)
325º F (162.8º C)

When the grill temperature icon on the display turns
red, what status does that indicate for that zone?
A
B
At set point
C
Above set point
D
On
Off
When the grill temperature icon on the display turns
red, what status does that indicate for that zone?
A
B
At set point
C
Above set point
D
On
Off

The grill can be programmed to cook
clam and flat items independently.
A
B
True
False
The grill can be programmed to cook
clam and flat items independently.
A
B
True

False
How long must the operator press and hold the
“Program” key to enter the program menu?
A
B
3 seconds
C
7 seconds
D
10 seconds
5 seconds
How long must the operator press and hold the
“Program” key to enter the program menu?
A
B
3 seconds
C
7 seconds
D
10 seconds
5 seconds

What is the password needed to enter
the program mode of operation?
A
B
8333
C
5678
D
STORE1
BURGER1
What is the password needed to enter
the program mode of operation?
A
B
8333
5678
C
D
STORE1

BURGER1
You now have a great understanding of
your Taylor Crown Series Grill. With this
knowledge, you'll be able to keep it
running at its optimum level.