technical manual - Whaley Foodservice

AVENGERUNDERCOUNTERDISHMACHINESERIES
TECHNICALMANUAL
INSTALLATION,OPERATION&TECHNICALMANUAL
ELECTRICALLYHEATEDMODELS:
AvengerHT
AvengerLT
September12,2011
P/N07610‐003‐34‐01(RevisionI)
JacksonMSC,LLC
P.O.Box1060,Hwy25E
Barbourville,KYUSA
1.606.523.9795
www.jacksonmsc.com
MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY
ONE YEAR LIMITED PARTS & LABOR WARRANTY
ALL NEW JACKSON DISHWASHERS ARE WARRANTED TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER TO BE FREE FROM DEFECTS
IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP, UNDER NORMAL USE AND OPERATION FOR A PERIOD OF (1) ONE YEAR
FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE, BUT IN NO EVENT TO EXCEED (18) EIGHTEEN MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
SHIPMENT FROM THE FACTORY.
Jackson MSC agrees under this warranty to repair or replace , at its discre on, any original part which fails under normal use due to faulty material or workmanship during the warranty period, providing the equipment has been unaltered, and has been properly installed, maintained and operated in accordance with the applicable factory instruc on manual furnished with the machine and the failure is reported to the authorized service agency within the warranty period. This includes the use of factory specified genuine replacement parts, purchased directly from a Jackson authorized parts distributor or service agency. Use of generic replacement parts may create a hazard and void warranty cer fica on. The labor to repair or replace such failed part will be paid by Jackson MSC, within the con nental United States, Hawaii and Canada, during the warranty period provided a Jackson MSC authorized service agency, or those having prior authoriza on from the factory, performs the service. Any repair work by persons other than a Jackson MSC authorized service agency is the sole responsibility of the customer. Labor coverage is limited to regular hourly rates, over me premiums and emergency service charges will not be paid by Jackson MSC. Accessory components not installed by the factory carry a (1) one year parts warranty only. Accessory components such as table limit switches, pressure regulators, pre rinse units, etc. that are shipped with the unit and installed at the site are included. Labor to repair or replace these components is not covered by Jackson MSC. This warranty is void if failure is a direct result from shipping, handling, fire, water, accident, misuse, acts of god, a empted repair by unauthorized persons, improper installa on, if serial number has been removed or altered, or if unit is used for purpose other than it was originally intended. TRAVEL LIMITATIONS:
Jackson MSC limits warranty travel me to (2) two hours and mileage to (100) one hundred miles. Jackson MSC will not pay for travel me and mileage that exceeds this, or any fees such as those for air or boat travel without prior authoriza on. WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
The warranty registra on card supplied with the machine must be returned to Jackson MSC within 30 days to validate the warranty. REPLACEMENT PARTS WARRANTY
Jackson replacement parts are warranted for a period of 90 days from the date of installa on or 180 days from the date of shipment from the factory, which ever occurs first. PRODUCT CHANGES AND UPDATES
Jackson MSC reserves the right to make changes in design and specifica on of any equipment as engineering or necessity requires. THIS IS THE ENTIRE AND ONLY WARRANTY OF JACKSON MSC. JACKSON’S LIABILITY ON ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, WITH RESPECT TO THE GOODS OR SERVICES COVERED HEREUNDER, SHALL IN NO CASE EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE GOODS
OR SERVICES OR PART THEREOF WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CLAIM.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING FOR FITNESS OR MERCHANTABILITY, THAT ARE NOT SET FORTH
HEREIN, OR THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DURATION HEREOF. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL JACKSON MSC BE LIABLE FOR ANY
LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL, OR FOR THE DAMAGES IN THE NATURE OF PENALTIES, ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OR INABILITY TO USE ANY OF ITS PRODUCTS.
ITEMS NOT COVERED:
This warranty does not cover cleaning or deliming of the unit or any component such as, but not limited to, wash arms, rinse arms or strainers at any me. Nor does it cover adjustments such as, but not limited to mer cams, thermostats or doors, beyond 30 days from the date of installa on. In addi on, the warranty will only cover the replacement of wear items such as curtains, drain balls, door guides or gaskets during the first 30 days a er installa on. Also, not covered are condi ons caused by the use of incorrect (non‐
Commercial) grade detergents, incorrect water temperature or pressure, or hard water condi ons.
Revision
Letter
Revision
Date
MadeBy
ApplicableECNs
Details
A
05-02-07
MAW
N/A
Release to Production
B
05-22-07
JDD
7920
Changed Schematics to new color scheme
29
08-06-07
MAW
7930
Updated Avenger HT Incoming plumbing
supply
C
10-07-07
MAW
PROCESS
Added Avenger LTH designation. Added 480
Volt Avenger HT
11-20-07
MAW
PROCESS
Corrected 480 Volt Avenger HT Components
47 & 48
1-31-08
MAW
PROCESS
Updated Installation instructions. Replaced
LTH with LT designation. Added vacuum
switch assembly
D
9-18-09
ARL
090902-1157-CW
090902-1201-CW
Updated Plumbing to show soldered pipe and
new valve
E
02-08-10
RLC
8151
Added fused universal timer as alternate in
assemblies
F
05-05-10
RLC
8157
Changed Squeeze tubes in HT peri-pump
Assembly
G
06-18-10
RLC
QOF 385
H
04-13-11
TC/LN
DEV 11-14
I
09-12-11
CW
QOF-386
Updated LTH schematic
Converted to publisher format, made LT Heater an option..
Adjusted timer programming chart
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NOMENCLATUREFORTHEMODELSCOVEREDINTHISMANUAL
AVENGERHT
AVENGERLT
AvengerHT=Hightemperature,hotwatersanitizing,withaboostertank.
Detergent&rinseaidchemicalfeederpumps.
AvengerLT=Lowtemperature,chemicalsanitizing,noboostertank.
Detergent,rinseaid&sanitizerchemicalfeederpumps.
Model:_________________________________________________
SerialNo.:_____________________________________________
Installationdate:____________________________________
ServiceRep.Name:_________________________________
Phonenumber:_____________________________________
JacksonMSCLLCprovidestechnicalsupportfor
allofthedishmachinesdetailedinthismanual.
Westronglyrecommendthatyourefertothis
manualbeforemakingacalltoourtechnical
supportstaff.Pleasehavethismanualwithyou
whenyoucallsothatourstaffcanreferyouif
necessary,totheproperpage.Technicalsupport
isavailablefrom8:00a.m.to5:00p.m.(EST)
MondaythroughFriday.Technicalsupportisnot
availableonholidays.Contacttechnicalsupport
tollfreeat1‐888‐800‐5672.Pleaseremember
thattechnicalsupportisavailableforservice
personnelonly.
TABLEOFCONTENTS
Speci ications
OperatingParameters
Page8
NotesRegardingElectricalRequirements
Page9
ElectricalRequirements
AvengerHT&LTDimensions
Instructions
Page10
Page11‐12
InstallationInstructions
Page13‐20
OperatingInstructions
Page21‐23
PreventativeMaintenance
TroubleShooting
Page24
Page25‐26
PartsSection
ControlWeldmentAssemblies
Page27
AvengerHT480VControlPanelAssembly
Page28
ControlPanelAssembly/KickPanelWeldmentAvengerHT
Page29
ControlPanelAssembly/KickPanelWeldmentAvengerLT
Page30
TerminalBlockBoxAssembly
Page31
AvengerHTChemicalFeederPumpAssembly
Page32‐33
AvengerLTChemicalFeederPumpAssembly
Page34‐36
ChemicalFeederPumpComponents
Page37
AvengerHTPlumbingAssemblies
Page38
AvengerLTPlumbingAssemblies
Page39
RinseSolenoidValve&VacuumBreakerRepairPartsKit/WaterHammerArrestorKitOption
Page40
WashMotor/DrainPlumbing/AvengerLTWashManifoldAssembly
Page41‐42
Motor&PumpAssembly
Page43
RinseArm&WashArmAssemblies
Page44
AvengerHTThermostat&RinseTankAssembly
Page45
AvengerLTOptionalThermostat&HeaterComponents
Page46
DoorAssembly
Page47‐48
MiscellaneousDoorComponents
Page49
Frame&PanelComponents
Page50
MiscellaneousParts
Page51
Stands&Components
Page52
HTS‐11(ScalePrevention&CorrosionControlDevice)
Page53
AvengerGoBoxKit
Page54
TABLEOFCONTENTS(CONTINUED)
PartsSection
VacuumSwitchAssembly
Page55
VacuumSwitchAssemblyInstallation
Page56
ElectricalDiagramsandSchematics
AvengerHT208‐230Volt60HertzSinglePhase
Page57
AvengerHT480Volt60HertzThreePhase
Page58
AvengerLT115Volt60HertzSinglePhase
Page59
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OperatingParameters
ModelDesignation:AVENGERHTAVENGERLT
OperatingCapacity:
RacksperHour 2424
DishesperHour 600600
GlassesperHour
864864
TankCapacity(gallons):
WashTank
1.11.2
RinseTank
1.13.0
ElectricalLoads(asapplicable):
WashMotorHP 0.750.75
RinseHeaterKW
8.2N/A
NOTE: Always refer to the machine data plate for speci ic electrical and water requirements. The
materialprovidedonthispageisforreferenceonlyandissubjecttochangewithoutnotice.
HOTWATERSANITIZING
WaterTemperatures(Fahrenheit):
MinimumWashTemperature
150N/A
MinimumRinseTemperature
180N/A
IncomingWaterTemperature110
N/A
CHEMICALSANITIZING
WaterTemperatures(Fahrenheit):
MinimumWashTemperature
N/A120
MinimumRinseTemperature
N/A120
IncomingWaterTemperatureN/A
120
OtherWaterRequirements:
WaterFlowPressure(PSIG)
2020
FlowRateMinimum(GPM)0.440.48
WaterLineSize(NPT) 1/2”1/2”
DrainLineSize(NPT)
1‐3/8”1‐3/8”
MIN.CHLORINEREQUIRED(PPM)
N/A
50
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NotesRegardingElectricalRequirements
Allelectricalratingsprovidedinthismanualareforreferenceonly.Alwaysrefertothemachinedataplate
togettheexactelectricalinformationforyourmachine.Allelectricalworkperformedonmachinesshould
bedoneinaccordancewithapplicablelocal,state,territorialandnationalcodes.Workshouldonlybeper‐
formedbyquali iedelectriciansandauthorizedserviceagents.AlistofJacksonAuthorizedServiceAgencies
islocatedinthebackofthismanual.
Note that all electrical wiring used in the AVENGER series of machines must be rated, at a minimum, for
100C(212F).Furthermore,usecopperconductorsonly.
Whereapplicable,heatingelementamperagedrawshavebeenadjustedfortheassumedinputvoltage.Jack‐
sonassumesincomingvoltageswillbeeither208,230or460volts.Someoftheheatingelementsusedin
our machines are actually rated for other voltages, such as 240 or 480 volts. Always verify the amperage
drawofthemachineinoperationwhensizingcircuitprotection.
Ifyourmachineisequippedwiththeoptionalrinseheater,notetherinseheaterhasitsownelectricalcon‐
nectionandthereforerequiresaseparateservice.Amperageloadsformotorsandheatersarecalledouton
themachinedataplatefortheinstallation/servicetechnician.
Theelectricalcon igurationsoftheAVENGERseriesofmachinesareasfollows:
AvailableElectricalCharacteristics:
 115volt,60Hz,singlephase
 208volt,60Hz,singlephase
 230volt,60Hz,singlephase
 460volt,60Hz,threephase
AvailableWashTankHeaters:
 8.2KW(standardforAVENGERHT)
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ElectricalRequirementsforAVENGERHT&LT
AVENGERHT8.2kWWashHeater
Volts
Ph
Freq
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
WashHeat‐
erAmps
FLA
208
1
60
2.69A
N/A
39.42A
42.11A
230
1
60
2.43A
N/A
35.65A
38.08A
460
3
60
0.67A
N/A
9.87A
10.54A
AVENGERLT
Volts
Ph
Freq
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
WashHeat‐
erAmps
FLA
115
1
60
2.69A
N/A
N/A
13.2A
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AVENGERHTDIMENSIONS
WALL
B
TOP
LEGEND:
A - Water Inlet - 1/2" Female Pipe Thread,
2 1/2" AFF (Connect to a true 1/2" ID
water line)
9 [40mm]
116
1 [32mm]
14
A
B - Electrical Connection
3 [644mm]
258
233
4 [604mm]
C - Drain Connection - 10' coiled drain hose.
Shipped inside machine. Must be installed
no more than 24" AFF.
All dimensions from floor can be increased
1" with adjustable feet supplied.
165
8 [423mm]
Door Open
3 [615mm]
2416
FRONT
BACK
1421" [368mm]
DISH
CLEARANCE
5 [84mm]
316
B
5 [846mm]
3316
A
1 [292mm]
112
7 [22mm]
8
1 [105mm]
48
C
*Alldimensionsareforreferenceonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.
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Wall Clearance
1
4 [6mm]
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AVENGERLTDIMENSIONS
WALL
TOP
LEGEND:
B
9 [40mm]
116
A - Water Inlet - 1/2" Female Pipe Thread,
2 1/2" AFF (Connect to a true 1/2" ID
water line)
1 [32mm]
14
A
B - Electrical Connection
3 [644mm]
258
233
4 [604mm]
C - Drain Connection - 10' coiled drain hose.
Shipped inside machine. Must be installed
no more than 24" AFF.
All dimensions from floor can be increased
1" with adjustable feet supplied.
5 [423mm]
168
Door Open
3 [615mm]
2416
BACK
FRONT
1321" [343mm]
DISH
CLEARANCE
1 [89mm]
32
B
1 [292mm]
112
5 [846mm]
3316
A
5 [110mm]
416
C
*Alldimensionsareforreferenceonlyandaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.
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Wall Clearance
1
4 [6mm]
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS
VISUAL INSPECTION:Before installing the unit, check the container and the machine for damage. A
damaged container may be an indication there is possible damage to the machine. If there is any type of
damagetoboththecontainerandtheunit,DONOTTHROWAWAYTHECONTAINER.Thedish‐machinehas
been previously inspected at the factory and is expected to arrive to you in new, undamaged condition.
However,roughhandlingbycarriersorothersmayresultindamagetotheunitwhileitisintransit.Ifsuch
a situationoccurs, DONOT RETURN THE UNIT TO JACKSON. Instead,contact the carrier andask them to
send a representative to the site to inspect the damage. You should request that an inspection report be
completed.Youmustcontactthecarrierwithin48hoursofreceivingthemachineinordertoreportpossi‐
blefreightdamage.Youarealsoencouragedtocontactthedealerthroughwhichyoupurchasedtheunit.
UNPACKINGTHEMACHINE:Themachineshouldbeunboxedand/orremovedfromthepalletpriorto
installing.Openthefrontdoorandremoveallofthematerialsfromtheinside.Onceunpacked,verifythere
arenomissingpartstothebestofyourability.Ifyoudiscoverapartismissing,contactJacksonimmediate‐
ly.
LEVELTHEDISHMACHINE:Thedish‐machineisdesignedtooperatewhilelevel.Thisisimportantto
preventanydamagetothemachineduringoperationandtoensurethebestresultspossible.Theunitcomes
equippedwithadjustablefeet,whichcanbeturnedusingapairofchannellocksorbyhand.Verifytheunit
islevelfromfronttobackandsidetosidepriortomakinganyelectricalorplumbingconnections.
PLUMBINGTHEMACHINE:Allplumbingconnectionsmustbemadetoadheretolocal,state,territorial
andnationalcodes.Theinstallingplumberisresponsibleforensuringtheincomingwaterlinesare lushed
ofdebrispriortoconnectingtothemachine.Notethatchipsandmaterialsfromcuttingprocessescanbe‐
comelodgedinthesolenoidvalvesandpreventthemfromopeningorclosing.Anyvalvesthatarefoundto
befouledordefectivebecauseofforeignmatterleftinthewaterline,andanysubsequentwaterdamage,are
nottheresponsibilityofthemanufacturer.
AwaterhardnesstestmustbeperformedtodetermineiftheHTS‐11(scaleprevention&corrosioncon‐
trol)needtobeinstalled.Ahardnesstestkitisattachedtothewarningtagthatisattachedtotheincoming
plumbingconnectiononthebackofthemachine.Ifthehardnessishigherthan5GPGtheHTS‐11willneed
tobeinstalled.PleasecontactJacksonimmediatelytohavethisshippedtoyou.
WATERSUPPLYCONNECTIONSFORMACHINEWITHWATERHARDNESSGREATERTHAN5GPG:
Ensureyouhavereadstheabovesectionentitled“PLUMBINGTHEMACHINE”abovebeforeproceeding.
InstalltheHTS‐11intothewaterline(1/2”IDpipesizeminimum)beforethedishmachinelineincoming
waterconnectionpointusingcopperpipe.TheHTS‐11mustbeinstalledvertically.Amountingbracketis
providedtofacilitatetheventuremeteringheadtothewall.Observeproperinlet/outletwaterdirections.
Flowdirections aremolded intothe top of the head. It is recommendedthata watershut offvalve be in‐
stalledbeforetheHTS‐11toallowaccessforservicing.PlumbfromtheHTS‐11outlettotheincomingwater
connection point using copper pipe (or order the 1/2” ID lexible hose kit offered by Jackson). The water
supply is to be capable of 20 PSI (plus or minus 5 PSI) “ low” pressure at the recommended temperature
indicatedonthedataplate.See“ShockAbsorber”section.
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS(CONTINUED)
WATERSUPPLYCONNECTIONFORMACHINESWITHAWATERHARDNESSOF5GPGORLESS:
Ensureyouhavereadthesectionentitled“PLUMBINGTHEDISHMACHINE”beforeproceeding.Install
the water supply line (1/2” ID pipe size minimum) to the dish machine incoming water connection point
usingcopperpipe(ororderthe1/2”ID lexiblehosekitofferedbyJackson).Itisrecommendedthatawater
shutoffvalvebeinstalledinthewaterlinebetweenthemain supplyandthemachinetoallowaccessfor
service.Thewatersupplylineistobecapableof20PSI(plusorminus5PSI)“ low”pressureattherecom‐
mendedtemperatureindicatedonthedataplate.
CHEMICALCONNECTIONS:Upon irstinstallation,thechemicalalarmwillbuzzuntilthechemicalfeed‐
erpumpsareprimed.Ifthechemicalsrunout,thechemicalalarmwillbuzzuntilthechemicalisreplaced
andprimedifnecessary.Thebottomofthechemicalcontainercannotbelocatedanyhigherthan8”from
the loor.Iftheunitisshippedwitha6”or18”tablestand,thenthehighestpositionwillberespectively14”
or26”fromthe loor.
PRESSUREREGULATOR:Jacksonhasprovidedawaterpressureregulatorduetoareaswherethewa‐
ter pressure luctuates or is lowerthanthe recommendedpressure. In some cases, you maynot needthe
regulatorandinthosecases,theregulatormayberemoved.DONOTconfuseSTATICpressurewithFLOW
pressure. Static pressure is the line pressure in a “no low” condition (all valves and services are closed).
Flowpressureisthepressureinthe illlinewhenthevalveisopenedduringthecycle.
SHOCKABSORBER:Also,itissuggestedthatashockabsorber(NOTSUPPLIED)beinstalledonthein‐
comingwaterline.Thispreventswaterhammer(hydraulicshock),inducedbythesolenoidvalveasitoper‐
ates,fromcausingdamagetotheequipment.
CONNECTINGTHEDRAINLINE:Thedishmachinehasapumped(pressure)draincapableofpumping
wastewatertoaheightof24”abovethe loortothekitchensdrainsystem.Eachdishmachineissupplied
withatenfootlonghose.ThisshipsINSIDEtheunit.Wheninstalled,itwillextendfromtherearsideofthe
machine. There also must be an air gap between the machine drain line and the loor sink or drain. If a
greasetrapisrequiredbycode,itshouldhavea lowcapacityof12GPM(GallonsPerMinute).
PLUMBINGCHECK:Slowlyturnonthewatersupplytothemachineaftertheincoming illlineandthe
drainlinehavebeeninstalled.Checkforanyleaksandrepairasrequired.Allleaksmustberepairedpriorto
placingthemachineintooperation.
ELECTRICALPOWERCONNECTIONS:Electrical and grounding conductors must comply with the ap‐
plicablepotionsoftheNationalElectricCodeANSI/NFPA70(latestedition)and/orotherelectricalcodes.
Disconnectelectricalpowersupplyandplaceatagatthedisconnectswitchtoindicateyouareworking
onthecircuit.
Thedataplateislocatedtowardtherightfrontsideofthedishmachine.Refertothedataplateforma‐
chineoperatingrequirements,machinevoltage,totalamperage&serialnumber.
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS(CONTINUED)
To install the incoming power lines, remove the back panel. This will require taking a Phillips head
screwdriverandremovingthetwoscrewsatthebottomofthebackpanel;removethebackpanelandset
aside.Install3/4”conduitintothepre‐punchedholesinthebackofthecontrolbox.Routepowerwiresand
connecttopowerblockandgroundinglug.Installtheservicewires(L1andL2)totheappropriateterminals
astheyaremarkedontheterminalblock.Installthegroundingwireintothelugprovided.Itisrecommend‐
edthat“DE‐OX”oranothersimilaranti‐oxidationagentbeusedonallpowerconnections.
VOLTAGECHECK:EnsurethatthepowerswitchisintheOFFpositionandapplypowertothedishma‐
chine.Checktheincomingpowerattheterminalblockandensureitcorrespondswiththevoltagelistedon
thedataplate.Ifnot,contactaquali iedserviceagencytoexaminetheproblem.Donotrunthedishmachine
ifthevoltageistoohighortoolow.Shutofftheservicebreakerandmarkitasbeingforthedishmachine.
Adviseallproperpersonnelofanyproblemsandofthelocationoftheservicebreaker.Replacethecontrol
boxcoverandtightendownthescrews.
DISHMACHINEVENTILATION:Thedish‐machineshouldbelocatedwithprovisionsforventingintoan
adequateexhausthoodorventilationsystem.Thisisessentialtopermitef icientremovalofthecondensa‐
tionexhaust.Ensuretheexhaustsystemisacceptableinaccordancewithapplicablecodesandstandards.
Note:anydamagethatiscausedbysteamand/ormoistureduetoimproperventilationisNOT
coveredunderthewarranty.
SURROUNDINGAREA:This is a commercial dish machine and reaches temperatures that can exceed
thosegeneratedbyaresidentialmachine.Therefore,anysurroundingcountertops,cabinets, looringmate‐
rial&sub loormaterialmustbedesignedand/orselectedwiththesehighertemperaturesinmind.
Note:anydamagetosurroundingareathatiscausedbyheatandormoisturetomaterialsselect‐
ed that are NOT recommended for higher temperatures will not be covered under warranty or by
JacksonMSCLLC.
THERMOSTATS:ThethermostatsonyourAVENGERunithavebeensetatthefactory.Theyshouldonly
beadjustedbyanauthorizedserviceagent.
CHEMICALFEEDEREQUIPMENT:WARNING!CHLORINEBASEDSANITIZERSCANBEDETRIMENTAL
TOYOURMACHINEIFTHECHEMICALSOLUTIONISTOOSTRONG.SEEYOURCHEMICALPROFESSIONAL
TOENSUREYOURDISPENSERISSETUPCORRECTLY.
Thisequipmentisnotrecommendedforusewithdeionizedwaterorotheraggressive luids.Use
of deionized water or other aggressive luids will result or corrosion and failure of materials and
components.Useofdeionizedwaterorotheraggressive luidswillvoidthemanufacturerswarranty.
NOTE:Thebottomofthechemicalcontainercannotbelocatedanyhigherthan8”fromthe loor.Ifthe
unitisequippedwiththe6”or18”tablestand,thenthehighestpositionwillrespectivelybe14”or26”from
the loor.this,contactJacksonimmediatelyforassistance.
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS(CONTINUED)
TOPREPARECHEMICALFEEDERPUMPSFOROPERATION:
The AVENGER HT dish machine is supplied with integral detergent and rinse aid chemical feeder
pumps. The AVENGER LT dish machine is supplied with integral detergent, rinse additive, and sanitizer
chemicalfeederpumps.Locatetheopenendsofthechemicaltubeswiththetubestiffenersandplaceeach
oneintheappropriatecontainer.
A. RedTubing=Detergent
B. BlueTubing=RinseAid
C. WhiteTubing=Sanitizer
PRIMINGCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPS:
Chemical feeder pumps need priming when the machine is irst installed or if for some reason, the
chemicallineshavebeenremovedandairisallowedtoenter.
CAUTION!Watermustbeinthesumpandwashtankpriortothedispensingofchemicals.Sanitizerin
concentrationiscausticandmaycausedamagewithoutdilution.
1. Verifythattheproperchemicaltubestiffenerinletisinthepropercontainer.
2. Usetheprimeswitcheslocatedonthecontrolpanelatthebottomoftheunittoprimeeachpump.
Theswitchesareclearlymarkedastowhatchemicalfeederpumptheyareassignedto.
3. Toprimethepumps,holdtheswitchinthemomentarypositionuntilchemicalcanbeobserveden‐
teringthepump.
4. Detergent is dispensed as required during the wash cycle by the timer. The amount of detergent
mayneedtobeincreasedordecreaseddependinguponwaterqualityandtypeofdetergent.
5. Rinseadditiveisdispensedasrequiredintothe inalrinse.Theamountofrinseadditivemayneed
tobeadjusteddependinguponwaterhardness&results.
6. Sanitizer(eitherchlorineoriodine)isdispensedintothe inalrinse.Theamountofsanitizermay
needtobeadjusteddependingontheconcentrationandtypeofsanitizerused.
7. Pleaserefertothenextpageforinstructiononadjustingthechemicalfeederpumpsontheuniver‐
saltimer.
WARNING:Someofthechemicalsusedindishwashingmaycausechemicalburnsiftheycomein
contactwithyourskin.Wearprotectivegearwhenhandlingthesechemicals.Ifyoudocomeincon‐
tactwiththesechemicals,immediatelyfollowtheinstructionsprovidedwiththechemicalsfortreat‐
ment.
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INSTALLATIONINSTRUCTIONS(CONTINUED)
PROGRAMMINGINSTRUCTIONSFORCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPS(INSTALLATIONTECHNICIANONLY)
Toaccesstheprogrammingmode,themachinemustbeONandidle(betweencycles).
Onthetimerboard,pressandholdboththeMOVEandENTERbuttonsonthetimerboardsimultane‐
ouslyfortwoseconds.
ThePROGRAM(PGM)lightandlightAwillilluminate.
NOTE: Once in the programming mode, the MOVE button is used to scroll between the programming
categoriesandtheENTERbuttonisusedtoselectthecategory.
PresstheMOVEbuttontomovethesolidlighttothedesiredlocationofFILL,RINSEAID,DETERGENT,
orSANITIZER.PleasenotethatoptionsA,B,CandDarenotadjustableoutputs.
PresstheENTERbuttonforthechosencategory.Now,the(PGM)lightwillilluminatealongwithlights
correspondingtothetimevaluesforthechosencategory.TheACCEPTlightwillblink.
ThePROGRAMlightwillilluminate.
Tochangethevalueofaparameter,usetheMOVEbuttontoilluminatethelightnexttothetimeoption
(timeismeasuredinseconds).Inthetimecategories,eachsecondinusewilllightup.Todeselecttheoption,
pressENTERandthelightwillgooff,pressENTERagainanditwillilluminate.Onceyouhavesetyourtime
catergory, press the MOVE button until the ACCEPT light illuminates and press ENTER. This will save the
changedparameters.
Once you press the ENTER button when the ACCEPT light is blinking you will exit the programming
mode.Tochangeanyothervalues,youwillhavetoreturntotheprogrammingmode.Torevertbacktoa
previoussetting,youmustreturntothatoptionandchangetheparameterbacktotheprevioussetting.
Once in the programming mode, if there have been no keypad inputs for approximately two minutes,
thesystemwillautomaticallyexitoutoftheprogrammingmode.Anychangestoparameterswillbesaved
whentheprogrammingmodeisautomaticallyexited.
Thewashanddraincyclesarenotadjustable.
Alltimeadjustmentsareinseconds.Refertothechartonthefollowingpageforadjustableoutputs.
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PROGRAMMINGINSTRUCTIONSFORCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPS(CONTINUED)
PGM
Avenger HT
Avenger LT
E
Not adjustable
Rinse Aid
F
Rinse
Fill
G
Detergent
Sanitizer
H
Rinse Aid
Detergent
TIMER PROGRAMMING BOARD
PGM
TIME IN SECONDS
A
8
B
4
C
2
D
1
E
0.8
F
0.4
G
0.2
H
0.1
ACCEPT
MOVE
ENTER
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DETERGENTCONTROL:
Detergentusageandwaterhardnessaretwofactorsthatcontributegreatlytohowef icientlyyourdish
machinewilloperate.Usingdetergentintheproperamountcanbecome,intime,asourceofsubstantialsav‐
ings.Aquali iedwatertreatmentspecialistcantellyouwhatisneededformaximumef iciencyfromyour
detergent,butyoushouldstillknowsomebasicssoyou’llunderstandwhattheyaretalkingabout.
First,youmustunderstandthathardwatergreatlyeffectstheperformanceofthedishmachine.Water
hardnessistheamountofdissolvedcalciumandmagnesiuminthewatersupply.Themoredissolvedsolids
in the water, the greater the water hardness. Hard water works against detergent, thereby causing the
amountofdetergentrequiredforwashingtoincrease.Asyouusemoredetergent,yourcostsforoperating
thedishmachinewillincreaseandtheresultswilldecrease.Thesolidsinhardwateralsomaybuild‐upasa
scaleonwashandrinseheaters,decreasingtheirabilitytoheatwater.Watertemperatureisimportantin
removingsoilandsanitizingdishes.Ifthewatercannotgethotenough,yourresultsmaynotbesatisfactory.
ThisiswhyJacksonrecommendsthatifyouhaveinstalledthemachineinanareawithhardwater,thatyou
alsoinstallsometypeofwatertreatmentequipmenttohelpremovethedissolvedsolidsfromthewaterbe‐
foreitgetstothedishmachine.
Second, hard water may have you adding drying agents to your operating cycle to prevent spotting,
whentherealproblemisdepositedsolidsonyourware.Asthewaterevaporatesoffoftheware,thesolids
willbeleftbehindtoformthespottingandnoamountofdryingagentwillpreventthis.Again,usingtreated
waterwillundoubtedlyreducetheoccurrencesofthisproblem.
Third,treatedwatermaynotbesuitableforuseinotherareasofyouroperation.Forinstance,coffee
madewithsoftwatermayhaveanacidorbitter lavor.Itmayonlybefeasibletoinstallasmalltreatment
unitforthewatergoingintothedishmachineitself.Discussthisoptionwithyourquali iedwatertreatment
specialist.
Even after the water hardness problems have been solved, there still must be proper training of dish
machineoperatorsinhowmuchdetergentistobeusedpercycle.Talkwithyourwatertreatmentspecialist
anddetergentvendorandcomeupwithacompletetrainingprogramforoperators.Usingtoomuchdeter‐
genthasasdetrimentaleffectsasusingtoolittle.Theproperamountofdetergentmustbeusedforjob.Itis
importanttorememberthatcertainmenuitemsmayrequireextradetergentbytheirnatureandpersonnel
need to be made aware of this. Experience in using the dish machine under a variety of conditions, along
withgoodtrainingintheoperationofthemachine,cangoalongwayinensuringyourdishmachineoper‐
atesasef icientlyaspossible.
Certaindishmachinemodelsrequirethatchemicalsbeprovidedforproperoperationandsanitization.
Somemodelsevenrequiretheinstallationofthird‐partychemicalfeederstointroducethosechemicalsto
themachine.Jacksondoesnotrecommendorendorseanybrandnameofchemicalsorchemicaldispensing
equipment.Contactyourlocalchemicaldistributorforquestionsconcerningthesesubjects.
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DETERGENTCONTROL(CONTINUED):
Somedishmachinescomeequippedwithintegralsoliddetergentdispensers.Thesedispensersarede‐
signedtoaccommodatedetergentsinacertainsizedcontainer.Ifyouhavesuchaunit,remembertoexplain
thistoyourchemicaldistributorupon irstcontactingthem.
Asexplainedbefore,watertemperatureisanimportantfactorinensuringthatyourdishmachinefunc‐
tionsproperly.Thedataplatelocatedoneachunitdetailswhattheminimumtemperaturesmustbeforei‐
thertheincomingwatersupply,thewashtankandtherinsetank,dependingonwhatmodelofdishmachine
youhaveinstalled.ThesetemperaturesmayalsobefollowedbytemperaturesthatJacksonrecommendsto
ensure the highest performance from you dish machine. However, if the minimum requirements are not
met,thechancesareyourdisheswillnotbecleanorsanitized.Remember,adishcanlookclean,butitmay
notbesanitized.Instructyourdishmachineoperatorstoobservetherequiredtemperaturesandtoreport
whentheyfallbelowtheminimumallowed.Alossoftemperaturecanindicateamuchlargerproblemsuch
asafailedheateroritcouldalsoindicatethatthehotwaterheaterforyouroperationisnotuptocapacity
andalargeronemayneedtobeinstalled.
Thereareseveralfactorstoconsiderwheninstallingyourdishmachinetoensurethatyougetthebest
possible results from itand that it operates at peak ef iciency for many years. Discuss your concerns with
yourlocalchemicaldistributorandwatertreatmentspecialistbeforethereisaproblem.
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OPERATIONINSTRUCTIONS
PREPARATION:
Beforeproceedingwiththestart‐upoftheunit,verifythefollowing:
1.Thestrainerisinplaceandisclean.
2.Thatthewashandrinsearmsarescrewedsecurelyintoplaceandthattheirendcapsaretight.
Thewashandrinsearmsshouldrotatefreely.
3.Verifyallchemicallevelsformachinechemicalfeederpumpsarecorrect.
POWERUP: To energize the unit, turn on the power at the service breaker. The voltage should have
beenpreviouslyveri iedasbeingcorrect.Ifnot,thevoltagewillhavetobeveri ied.
FILLINGTHEWASHTUB:Fortheinitial ill,closethedoorandensurethattheMANUALswitchlightis
noton.DepressandholdtheSTARTCYCLEswitchuntiltheautolightcomesonandthenreleasethebutton.
Fortheinitial ill,runthemachinethrough3cyclesto illthetubsump.Themachinewillrunapartialcycle
and illtothebottomofthepanstrainer.Openthedoorandverifythatthewaterleveliscorrect.
NOTE: For the Avenger™HT: Ensure the orange/white wires at the heater contactor are connected
properly. They have been purposely disconnected at the factory to avoid damage to the heater element
whenthereisnowaterintheboosterheater.
Hereafter,thewaterleveliscontrolledbythetimerthathasbeenpresetatthefactory.Verifythatthere
arenootherleaksontheunitbeforeproceedinganyfurther.Thewashsumpmustbecompletely illedbe‐
foreoperatingthewashpumptopreventdamagetothecomponent.Oncethewashtubis illed,theunitis
readyforoperation.
Themachinerunsacompletecycletodrainand ill.Ifthemachineisnotallowedtodrain,thewaterwill
buildupinsidethetub.Aftertheinitial ill,therinsewaterforthecurrentcyclewillbecomethewashwater
forthenextcycle.
WAREPREPARATION:Properpreparationofwarewillhelpensuregoodresultsandlessre‐washes.If
notdoneproperly,waremaynotcomeoutcleanandtheef iciencyofthedishmachinewillbereduced.Itis
importanttorememberthatadishmachineisnotagarbagedisposalandthatsimplythrowingunscraped
dishes into the machine simply defeats the purpose altogether of washing the ware. Scraps should be re‐
movedfromwarepriortobeingloadedintoarack.Pre‐rinsingandpre‐soakingaregoodideas,especially
forsilverwareandcasseroledishes.Placecupsandglassesupsidedowninrackssothattheydonothold
waterduringthecycle.Thedishmachineismeantnotonlytoclean,buttosanitizeaswell,todestroyallof
the bacteria that could be harmful to human beings. In order to do this, ware must be properly prepared
priortobeingplacedinthemachine.
DAILYMACHINEPREPARATION:Refertothesectionentitled“PREPARATION”atthetopofthispage
andfollowtheinstructionsthere.Afterwards,checkthatallofthechemicallevelsarecorrectand/orthat
thereisplentyofdetergentavailablefortheexpectedworkload.
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WARM‐UPCYCLES:Foratypicaldailystart‐up,itisrecommendedtorunthemachinethrough3cycles
toensurethatallofthecoldwaterisoutofthesystemandtoverifythattheunitisoperatingcorrectly.To
cyclethemachine,ensurethatthepowerisonandthatthetubhas illedtothecorrectlevel.
PushtheSTARTCYCLEbuttonandholduntilthegreencyclelightisonandthenrelease,theunitwill
start,runthroughthecycle,andshutoffautomatically.Repeatthistwomoretimes.Theunitshouldnowbe
readytoproceedwiththewashingofware.
WASHINGARACKOFWARE:Towasharack,openthedoorcompletelyandslidetherackintotheunit.
Closethedoor,presstheSTARTCYCLEbuttonandholduntilthegreencyclelightisonandrelease,theunit
willstart.Oncethecycleiscompleted,openthedoorandremovetherackofcleanware.Replacewitharack
ofsoiledwareandclosethedoor.Theprocesswillthenrepeatitself.
OPERATIONALINSPECTION:Based upon usage, the pan strainer may become clogged with soil and
debrisastheworkdayprogresses.Operatorsshouldregularlyinspectthepanstrainertoensureithasnot
becomeclogged.Ifthestrainerdoes,itwillreducethewashingcapabilityofthemachine.Instructoperators
tocleanoutthepanstraineratregularintervalsorasrequiredbyworkload.
SHUTDOWNANDCLEANING:At the end of the workday, close the door. Start a cycle. Wait approxi‐
mately ivesecondsafterthegreencyclelightcomesonandthenpushthePOWEROFFswitch.Thiswillput
themachineinshutdownmodewhichwillletthemachinedraincompletelypriortoshuttingoff.Oncethe
washtubisdrainedandpowerlightisoff,removehepanstrainer.Removesoilanddebrisfromthestrainer
andsettotheside.Unscrewthewashandrinsearmsfromtheirmanifolds.Removetheendcapsand lush
thearmswithwater.Useabrushtocleanouttheinsideofthearms.Ifthenozzlesappeartobeclogged,use
atoothpicktoremovetheobstruction.Wipetheinsideoftheunitout,removingallsoilandscraps.Reas‐
semblethewashandrinsearmsandreplacethemintheunit.Thearmsonlyneedtobehandtight,donot
usetoolstotightenthemdown.Reinstallthestrainerandclosethedoor.
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DELIMINGOPERATIONS:In order to maintain thedish machineat itsoptimumperformance level, it
willberequiredtoremovelimeandcorrosiondepositsonafrequentbasis.Adelimingsolutionshouldbe
availablefromyourdetergentsupplier.Readandfollowallinstructionsonthelabelofthedelimingsolution.
NOTE: If this machine is equipped with a HTS‐11, scale prevention and corrosion control device, and
limeisbecomingafrequentproblem,thecartridgeneedstobereplaced.Toorderareplacementcartridge,
callJacksonimmediatelytohaveoneshippedtoyou.
Toproceedwiththedelimingoperation, illthedishmachineandaddthecorrectamountofdeliming
solutionasrecommendedbythedelimingsolutionmanufacturer.Thewatercapacityofthetankcanbeveri‐
iedonthespeci icationsheet(s)ofthismanual.
Performthefollowingoperationstodelimethedishmachine:
1.PushManualSwitchonthefrontofthecontrolpanel.
2.Closethedoor(afteraddingthedelimingsolution).
3.Runthemachinefortherecommendedperiodoftime.
4.PressthePowerSwitchtoturntheunitoffandopenthedoor.
5.Wait iveminutes,theninspecttheinsideofthemachine.Ifthemachineisnotdelimed,
runanothertimecycleasperthedelimingsolution’sinstructions.
6.Whenclean,drainandre‐ illthemachine.
7.RuninMANUALfor10minutestoremoveresidualdelimingsolution.
8.Drainandre‐ illthemachine.
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PREVENTATIVEMAINTENANCE
The dish machines covered in this manual are designed to operate with a minimum of interac on with the operator. However, this does not mean that some items will not wear out in me. Jackson highly recommends that any maintenance and repairs not specifically discussed in this manual should be performed by QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY. Performing mainte‐
nance on your dish machine may void your warranty if it is s ll in effect. There are many things that operators can do to prevent catastrophic damage to the dish machine. One of the major causes of component failure has to do with pre‐scrapping procedures. A dish machine is not a garbage disposal; any large pieces of ma‐
terial that are put into the machine shall remain in the machine un l they are either broken up (a er spreading out on your ware!) or physically removed. Strainers are installed to help catch debris, but they do no good if they are clogged. Have opera‐
tors regularly inspect the pan strainers to ensure (1) that they are free of soil and debris and (2) they are laying flat in the tub. When cleaning out strainers, do NOT beat them on waste cans. The strainers are made of metal and can be forgiving; but once severe damage is done, it is next to impossible for the strainer to work in the way it was designed to. Wipe out strainers with a rag and rinse under a faucet if necessary. For stubborn debris, a toothpick should be able to dislodge any obstruc ons from the perfora ons. Always ensure that strainers are placed back in the machine before opera on and that they lay flat in the tub. You may wish to also refer to the page en tled “Detergent Control” in order to learn more about how your water hardness will effect the performance of your machine. Hard water makes dish machines work harder and decreases efficiency. Again, it is important to remind operators that trying to perform correc ve maintenance on the dish machine could lead to larger problems or even cause harm to the operator. If a problem is discovered; secure the dish machine using proper shut down procedures as listed in this manual and contact a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY. Some problems, however, may having nothing to do with the machine itself and no amount of preventa ve maintenance is going to help. A common problem has to do with temperatures being too low. Verify that the water tempera‐
tures coming to your dish machine match the requirements listed on the machine data plate. There can be a variety of rea‐
sons why your water temperature could be too low and you should discuss it with a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY to determine what can be done. By following the opera ng and cleaning instruc ons in this manual, you should get the most efficient results from our ma‐
chine. As a reminder, here are some steps to take to ensure that you are using the dish machine the way it was designed to work: 1. Ensure that the water temperatures match those listed on the machine data plate. 2. Ensure that all strainers are in place before opera ng the machine. 3. Ensure that all wash and/or rinse arms are secure in the machine before opera ng. 4. Ensure that drains are closed/sealed before opera ng. 5. Remove as much soil from dishes by hand as possible before loading into racks. 6. Do not overfill racks. 7. Ensure that glasses are placed upside down in the rack. 8. Ensure that all chemicals being injected to machine have been verified as being at the correct concentra ons. 9. Clean out the machine at the end of every workday as per the instruc ons in the manual. 10. Always contact a QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY whenever a serious problem arises. 11. Follow all safety procedures, whether listed in this manual or put forth by local, state or na onal codes/regula ons.
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TROUBLESHOOTINGCOMMONPROBLEMS
WARNING: Inspec on, tes ng and repair of electrical equipment should be performed only by qualified service personnel. Certain procedures in this sec on require electrical tests or measurements while power is applied to the machine. Exercise extreme cau on at all mes. If test points are not easily accessible, disconnect power, a ach test equip‐
ment and reapply power to test. When replacing electrical parts, disconnect power at source circuit breaker. Problem: Water overflow from bo om of door.
1. Clogged drain. Remove obstruc on. 2. Machine not level. Level machine, or increase height to the front. 3. Excessive inlet pressure. Install pressure reducing valve, or adjust if one is present. Ensure flow is 20 ±5 PSI. 4. Detergent foaming. Reduce detergent quan ty. Problem: Wash motor doesn’t operate on manual wash.
1. Loose or broken wires. Reconnect or replace wires in motor. 2. Defec ve manual wash switch. Replace. 3. Defec ve motor star ng relay. Replace. Problem: Motor operates on manual wash but not on automa c.
1. Defec ve circuit in manual wash switch. Replace switch. Problem: No water comes through the rinse arms when the “ON/FILL” switch is depressed.
1. Water not turned on. Turn water on. 2. Defec ve solenoid valve. Replace solenoid valve. Problem: Li le or no water coming through the rinse assemblies.
1. Limed up rinse heads or piping. Delime rinse heads. 2. Low water pressure. Increase pipe size to machine. Adjust pressure regulator. Problem: Rinse water runs con nuously with breaker turned off.
1. Defec ve plunger in solenoid valve. Replace. 2. Defec ve diaphragm in solenoid valve. Replace diaphragm. Problem: Wash temperature not at required reading on thermometer.
1. Check that orange/white wires are connected. See note on page 12. 2. Defec ve thermometer. Replace. 3. Defec ve thermostat. Adjust thermostat. Replace thermostat. 4. Rinse heater defec ve. Replace heater element. 5. Defec ve heater contactor R1. Replace.
1. Water turned off. Turn water on. 2. Pressure gauge defec ve. Replace pressure gauge.
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WARNING: Inspec on, tes ng and repair of electrical equipment should be performed only by qualified service personnel. Certain procedures in this sec on require electrical tests or measurements while power is applied to the machine. Exercise extreme cau on at all mes. If test points are not easily accessible, disconnect power, a ach test equip‐
ment and reapply power to test. When replacing electrical parts, disconnect power at source circuit breaker. Problem: Rinse water not at required temperature range.
1. Check that orange/white wires are connected. See note in installa on instruc ons. 2. Thermometer is defec ve. Replace. 3. Thermostat is defec ve. Adjust the thermostat. Replace if necessary. 4. Incoming rinse water does not meet minimum criteria indicated on machine data plate. Adjust as required. Problem: Machine doesn’t drain when “OFF/DRAIN” switch is pressed.
1. Drain solenoid clogged. Remove obstruc on. 2. Defec ve motor or motor start relay. Replace. 3. Defec ve drain valve. Replace. Problem: No indica on of pressure.
1. Water turned off. Turn water on. 2. Pressure gauge defec ve. Replace pressure gauge.
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CONTROLPANELWELDMENTASSEMBLIES
Avenger HT Complete Control Panel Assembly
Bushing, Snap
05975-003-35-21
Complete Control Panel
Weldment Assembly
Avenger HT
05700-003-31-47
Relay, 240V
05945-111-89-75
Screw, 6-32 X 38"
05305-002-25-91
Screw, 10-32 X 1"
(4 Per Ass'y)
05305-002-19-42
Control Panel Weldment
05700-003-31-48
Locknut, 10-24 w/Nylon
Insert (1 Per Ass'y)
05310-373-01-00
P Clamp 14"
05975-002-61-42
Locknut, 6-32 w/Nylon
Insert
05310-373-03-00
Screw, 10-32 X 38"
05305-173-12-00
Timer Mounting Bracket
Avenger HT Only
05700-003-36-05
Universal Timer
05945-003-33-09
*Fused Universal Timer
05945-003-75-23
Contactor, 240V
(2 Per Avenger HT Asm.)
05945-002-74-20
Avenger LT Complete Control Panel Assembly
Complete Control Panel
Weldment Assembly
Avenger LT
05700-003-7523
Optional Heater Relay, 20A
05945-002-90-51
Unless specified here,
other components are
the same as above.
Control Panel Weldment
05700-003-46-73
Universal Timer
05945-003-33-09
*Fused Universal Timer
05945-003-75-23
Pump Motor Contactor, 110V
(1 per Avenger LT Asm.)
05945-109-05-69
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12
4
3
11
7
1
2
9
8
14
10
Item QTY
13
5
Description
PartNumber
1
1
ELECTRICALPANELWELDMENT
05700‐003‐37‐46
2
1
TIMER,BRACKETASSEMBLY
05700‐003‐36‐05
3
1
TIMER,UNIVERSAL
05945‐003‐33‐09
*1
1
1
1
FUSEDUNIVERSALTIMER(ALTERNATECONSTRUCTION)
FUSE
9WIREHARNESS
10WIREHARNESS
05945‐003‐75‐23
05920‐003‐75‐24
05999‐003‐75‐81
5999‐003‐75‐82
4
1
RELAY
05945‐002‐47‐41
5
1
TERMINALBOARD
05940‐021‐94‐85
6
1
TRACK,TERMINALBLOCK
05700‐003‐37‐49
7
1
FUSEHOLDER
05920‐011‐72‐89
8
1
FUSE,1/4AMP
05920‐002‐75‐95
9
2
CONTACTOR
05945‐111‐60‐07
10
1
OVERLOAD
05945‐111‐60‐08
11
2
SCREW,6‐32X3/8”W/EXTERNALTWASHER
05305‐002‐25‐91
12
1
OPEN/CLOSEDBUSHING,7/8”
05975‐003‐35‐21
13
6
SCREW,10‐32X3/8”LONGPHILTRUSSHEAD
05305‐173‐12‐00
14
2
ENDCLAMP
05950‐111‐60‐30
15
1
TRANSFORMER(NOTSHOWN)
05950‐011‐50‐70
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12
1
Item QTY
2
10
11
3
4
8
5
9
7
6
Description
PartNumber
1
1
1
6
CONTROLPANEL
DECAL,CONTROLPANEL
LOCKNUT,1/4”‐20S/SHEXW/NYLONINSERT
09330‐003‐31‐66
09905‐003‐31‐65
05310‐374‐01‐00
2
1
THERMOMETER,48”RINSE
06685‐111‐68‐48
3
1
LIGHT,AMBER
05945‐111‐44‐44
4
1
THERMOMETER,96”WASH
06685‐111‐68‐49
5
1
LIGHT,RED
05945‐111‐44‐45
6
1
WINDOWPLUG
05975‐003‐31‐72
7
1
SWITCH,RINSEAID
05930‐011‐49‐54
8
1
SWITCH,DETERGENT
05930‐011‐49‐54
9
1
LIGHT,GREEN
05945‐111‐44‐43
10
1
SWITCH,ON‐OFF
05930‐301‐49‐00
11
1
1
1
GAUGE,0‐100PSIWITHGREENZONE
BELLADAPTER,1/4NPTX1/8FNPT
HOSE,PRESSUREGAUGE
06680‐011‐86‐42
04730‐003‐33‐02
04730‐003‐33‐02
12
1
SWITCH,AUTO‐MANUAL
05930‐011‐49‐55
**
1
KICKPLATEWELDMENT(NOTSHOWN)
05700‐003‐32‐91
**
1
COMPLETECONTROLPANELASSEMBLY
05700‐003‐31‐64
**
1
WIREHARNESS
05999‐003‐34‐61
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11
9
10
8
7
5
6
D-Detergent
S-Sanitizer
R-Rinse Aid
1
Item QTY
2
3
12
4
Description
PartNumber
1
1
1
6
CONTROLPANEL
DECAL,CONTROLPANEL
LOCKNUT,1/4”‐20S/SHEXW/NYLONINSERT
09330‐041‐73‐90
09905‐003‐31‐95
05310‐374‐01‐00
2
1
THERMOMETER,48”RINSE
06685‐111‐68‐48
3
1
1
1
PLATE,SWITCHMOUNTING
DECAL,PRIMESWITCH
LOCKNUT,6‐32HEXW/NYLONINSERT
05700‐011‐80‐40
09905‐011‐49‐52
05310‐373‐03‐00
4
1
LIGHT,RED
05945‐111‐44‐45
5
1
LIGHT,AMBER
05945‐111‐44‐44
6
1
LIGHT,GREEN
05945‐111‐44‐43
7
1
2
COUNTER,115V
SCREW,4‐40X1/4”PHILLIPSPANHEAD
05990‐111‐35‐38
05305‐002‐32‐38
8
1
SWITCH,AUTO‐MANUAL
05930‐301‐49‐00
9
1
SWITCH,ON‐OFF
05930‐011‐49‐55
10
3
SWITCH,PERIPUMP
05930‐011‐49‐54
11
2
2
BUZZER,115V(NOTSHOWN)
SCREW,6‐32X3/8PANPHILLIPSHEAD
05990‐003‐36‐12
05305‐171‐07‐00
12
1
LIGHT,RED
05945‐504‐07‐18
**
1
KICKPLATEWELDMENT(NOTSHOWN)
05700‐003‐53‐14
**
1
COMPLETECONTROLPANELASSEMBLY
05700‐003‐34‐23
**
1
WIREHARNESS
05999‐003‐34‐62
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TERMINALBLOCKBOXASSEMBLY
(LOCATEDATLOWERLEFTREARCORNEROFMACHINE)
Terminal Block Track
05700-000-43-60
Decal, Power Connections
09905-011-47-35
Locknut, 10-24 S/S Hex
with Nylon Insert
05310-373-01-00
Terminal block
(2 Per) (3 Per 480V)
05940-500-02-19
Terminal Block Box
05700-003-27-69
Terminal Box Cover
(Not Shown)
05700-003-27-70
Screw, 10-32 X 12"
05305-011-39-36
Decal, Copper Conductors
09905-011-62-72
Ground Lug
05940-200-76-00
Decal, Copper Conductors
09905-011-62-72
Screw, 10-32 X 12"
05305-011-39-36
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AVENGERHTCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPASSEMBLY
Complete Chemical Feeder Pump Assembly
05700-003-32-03
15 16
1
2
4
3
5
A
A
B
D
C
B C D
A
B C D
A
B
D
6
10
7
11
8
13
12
14
9
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AVENGERHTCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPASSEMBLY(CONTINUED)
Item
QTY
Description
PartNumber
1
1
PeriPumpWeldment
05700‐003‐33‐48
2
1
DetergentFeederPump(RedRoller)36RPM,240V
05700‐002‐78‐74
2
1
Motor,36RPM115V(480VMachine)
04320‐111‐35‐14
3
1
RinseAidFeederPump(BlackRoller),14RPM240V
05700‐002‐72‐48
3
1
Motor,14RPM115V(480VMachine)
04320‐111‐35‐13
4
2
Nylon,LoopStrap
04320‐002‐71‐22
5
2
Locknut,6‐32withNylonInsert
05310‐373‐03‐00
6
1
RedTube1/4”X14‐1/2”
05700‐003‐33‐59
7
1
Tube,Tygoprene3/16”X8”
05700‐003‐22‐89
8
1
RedTube1/4”X72”
05700‐003‐33‐58
9
1
RedTube1/4”X120”
05700‐003‐33‐57
10
1
1/8”X120”ClearTube
05700‐003‐33‐61
11
1
1/8”X93”ClearTube
05700‐003‐33‐60
12
1
12”LongBlackSleeve
05700‐003‐33‐63
13
1
BlueTube,1/4”X22”
05700‐001‐86‐78
14
2
ChemicalTubeStiffener
05700‐002‐66‐49
15
1
StopBracket
05700‐003‐36‐24
16
2
Screw,10‐32X3/8”
05305‐173‐12‐00
B racket, Track M ou nting
0 5 7 0 0-0 03 -3 3-52
C om ple te A ve nger H T Peripum p
Track A ssem bly
0 5 7 0 0-0 03 -3 3-46
S crew , 10 -32 X 5/8" Truss H ead
(4 pe r A ssem bly)
0 53 0 5 -0 0 3 -0 2 -12
Track, Peripum p
(2 per A ssem bly)
0 57 0 0 -0 0 3 -3 3 -44
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AVENGERLTCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPASSEMBLY
1
7
10 17
13
18
12
14
15
5
2
19
4
3
16
11
6
8
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AVENGERLTCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPASSEMBLY(CONTINUED)
Item
QTY
Description
PartNumber
1
1
PeriPumpPlateChannel
05700‐003‐53‐25
2
2
Switch,Pressure
06685‐003‐36‐13
3
2
Bracket,PressureSwitch
05700‐003‐53‐03
4
2
Locknut,10‐24withNylonInsert
05310‐373‐01‐00
5
2
Motor,36RPM115V
04320‐111‐35‐14
6
1
Motor,14RPM115V
04320‐111‐35‐13
7
2
PeriPumpKit(BlackRoller)
04320‐002‐87‐63
8
3
ChemicalTubeStiffener
05700‐002‐66‐49
9
1
PeriPumpKit(WhiteRoller)NotShown
04320‐002‐83‐90
10
3
Tube,Tygoprene
05700‐003‐22‐89
11
1
Wye,1/4”BarbedPVDF
04730‐003‐36‐14
12
4
5/16IDClearTube
05700‐003‐53‐26
13
1
RedTube1/4”X100”
05700‐003‐03‐45
14
1
WhiteTiber1/4”X100”
05700‐003‐20‐67
15
1
BlueTube,1/4”X48”
05700‐002‐62‐11
16
1
BlueTube,1/4”X100”
05700‐003‐20‐68
17
1
RedTube,1/4”X48”
05700‐002‐62‐12
18
1
WhiteTube,1/4”X48”
05700‐002‐62‐13
19
‐
TyeWrap
05945‐602‐01‐16
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AVENGERLTCHEMICALFEEDERPUMPASSEMBLY(CONTINUED)
Complete Avenger LT Peripump
Track Assembly
05700-003-33-31
Bracket, Track Mounting
05700-003-33-30
Track, Peripump (2 Per Assembly)
05700-003-33-29
Screw, 10-32 X 58" Truss Head
(6 per Assembly)
05305-003-02-12
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CHEMICALFEEDERPUMPCOMPONENTS
Rear Housing
04320-111-37-09
Screw, 8-32 X 3/8" Phillips Pan
Head (2 Per)
05305-011-37-07
Screw, 6-32 X 34" Phillips Pan
Head (4 Per)
05305-011-37-05
Motor, 14 RPM 115V
Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
04320-111-35-13
Screw, 8-32 X 12" Phillips
Flat Head (2 Per)
05305-011-37-06
Motor, 14 RPM 240V
Rinse Aid Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-46
Motor, 36 RPM 115V
Detergent/Sanitizer Feeder Pump
04320-111-35-14
Tygoprene Tube
05700-03-22-89
Roller, Black
04320-111-65-27
Front Housing
04320-111-37-08
Roller, White
04320-002-82-28
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Motor, 36 RPM 240V
Detergent/Sanitizer Feeder Pump
04320-111-47-47
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AVENGERHTPLUMBINGASSEMBLIES
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AVENGERLTPLUMBINGASSEMBLIES
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RINSESOLENOIDVALVE&VACUUMBREAKERREPAIRPARTSKIT/WATERHAMMERKITOPTION
Screw
Cap Screw
Data Plate
Coil & Housing
Data Plate
Valve Bonnet
Cap
Spring & Plunger Kit
06401-003-07-40
Spring position is moved
for clarity. Goes below
the plunger.
Cap Retainer
Diaphragm
Retainer
O-Ring & Diaphram
06401-003-07-41
O-Ring
Components of
Repair Kit
06401-003-06-23
Screen
Retainer
Plunger
Body
Mesh Screen
Valve Body
Complete VacuumBreaker Assembly, 1 /2" NPT
04820-003-06-13
Cap Retainer
Complete 110 Volt Solenoid Valve Assembly, 1 /2" NPT
04810-100-12-18
Water Hammer Arrestor Assembly
05700-002-64-67
Coil & Housing Only 1 /2"
06401-003-07-43
Water Hammer Arrestor
1 /2" NPT
Complete 220 Volt Solenoid Valve Assembly, 1 /2" NPT
06685-100-05-00
04810-100-09-18
Coil & Housing Only 1 /2"
06401-003-07-44
TEE 1 /2" X 1 /2" X 1 /2"
04730-211-27-00
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Close Nipple 1 /2" NPT
04730-207-15-00
AVENGERTechnicalManual(07610‐003‐34‐01I)
WASHMOTOR/DRAINPLUMBING/AVENGERLTWASHMANIFOLDASSEMBLY
Area within this box is an overview
of the Avenger LT wash manifold assembly
18
1A
16
16
For the Avenger LT
replace Item one below
with this manifold
17
1
2
See Motor & Pump
Assembly Page
3
4
5
4
14
4
6
Ball Valve Assembly
7
4
AVENGER LT 115V &
AVENGER HT 480V:
04730-003-34-60
AVENGER HT 240V:
04730-003-34-64
9
10
11
9
9
12
13
15
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WASH MOTOR/DRAIN PLUMBING/AVENGER LT WASH MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
Item
QTY Description
PartNumber
1
1
HUB,DISCHARGEMACHINED(AVENGERHTSHOWN)
05700‐021‐37‐90
1A
1
LOWER,WASHMANIFOLD(AVENGERLT)
05700‐021‐52‐80
2
1
GASKET,MANIFOLD
05330‐200‐23‐00
3
1
NUT,JAM1‐1/2”‐12NPT
05700‐000‐86‐23
4
4
HOSECLAMP,1‐5/16”‐21/4”#28
04730‐719‐01‐37
5
1
HOSE,1‐1/4”X2‐1/4”REINFORCED
05700‐011‐44‐48
6
1
HOSE,BOTTOMMANIFOLDPUMP
05700‐001‐22‐92
7
1
GASKET,SUCTIONADAPTOR
05330‐003‐32‐82
8
1
2
2
CASTING,SUCTIONADAPTOR
WASHER,S/S1/4”‐20I.D.
LOCKNUT,1/4”‐20S/S
09515‐031‐39‐86
05311‐174‐01‐00
05310‐374‐01‐00
9
3
CLAMP,3/16”TO1‐1/2”
04730‐719‐06‐09
10
1
HOSE,8”STRAIGHTDRAIN
04720‐003‐27‐95
11
1
HOSEBARB,1”X3/4”NPTPOLYPROPYLENE
04730‐011‐65‐86
12
1
SPACER,DRAINVALVE
05700‐003‐31‐93
13
1
BRACKET,DRAINVALVESUPPORT
05700‐003‐31‐74
14
1
HOSE,1”I.D.XTENFEETLONG
05700‐011‐39‐72
15
1
HOSEBARB,90DEGREE1”X3/4”NPT
04730‐011‐65‐87
16
2
O‐RING,MANIFOLD
05330‐111‐35‐15
17
1
TUBE,WASHMANIFOLD
05700‐002‐13‐75
18
1
UPPERWASHMANIFOLD
05700‐031‐34‐82
19
1
1
BRACKET,MANIFOLDTUBEPOSITIONING
LOCKNUT,1/4”‐20S/S
05700‐011‐34‐63
05310‐374‐01‐00
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Revised:02‐25‐2011
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MOTOR&PUMPASSEMBLY
Complete Pump & Motor Assembly, 60 HZ With Bracket
05700-003-31-57
Complete Pump & Motor Assembly, 480V 60 HZ With Bracket
05700-003-52-80
Complete Pump & Motor Assembly, 60 HZ No Bracket
06105-002-72-75
Complete Pump & Motor Assembly, 480V 60 HZ No Bracket
06105-003-52-78
Pump Only Assembly, 60 HZ
(Area indicated within box, Casing is included)
05700-002-79-50
Motor Only, 208-230V, 60 HZ 06105-002-79-61
Motor Only, 460V, 60 HZ 06105-003-52-64
Shim Kit
05700-002-82-58
Hardware:
Case Capscrew
05305-002-81-88
Other parts not shown:
Bolt, 3 /8" (2 per)
05311-276-03-00
Drain Plug-04730-002-81-89
Lock washer, 3 /8" (2 per)
05311-276-01-00
Nut Hex, 3 /8"-16 (2 per)
05310-276-01-00
Case O-Ring, 60 HZ
05330-002-81-83
Seal Plate, 60 HZ
05700-002-81-87
Impeller Assembly, 60 HZ
05700-002-81-86
Mechanical Seal, 60 HZ
05330-002-34-22
Mounting Bracket
05700-003-31-58
Pump Casing S/S, 60 HZ
05700-002-85-00
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RINSEARM&WASHARMASSEMBLIES
Plug, Rinse Arm
04730-609-04-00
Rinse Arm Assembly
(AVENGER HT units ONLY)
2 per Assembly
05700-031-39-21
Rinse Arm
05700-031-38-30
Bearing. 03120-002-72-24
Bushing, Rinse Head
05700-021-33-84
Ring, Retaining
05340-112-01-11
Washer, Rinse Arm
05330-011-42-10
O-Ring (Not Shown)
05330-002-60-69
Wash Arm Assembly
2 Per AVENGER LT
1 Per AVENGER HT
05700-021-39-23
Wash Arm Weldment w/Plugs
05700-021-46-58
Bearing Assembly
05700-021-35-97
O-Ring (Not Shown)
05330-002-60-69
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AVENGERHTTHERMOSTAT&RINSETANKASSEMBLY
Thermostat
05930-003-06-48
Complete Rinse Tank Assembly
(AVENGER HT 208-230V)
05700-003-31-94
Rinse Tank Weldment
05700-003-31-95
Complete Rinse Tank Assembly
(AVENGER HT 480V)
05700-003-37-78
Fitting, 1 /4" Imperial Brass
05310-924-02-05
Heater:
208-230 Volt 04540-111-43-21
480 Volt 04540-002-29-82
Locknut, 1 /4"-20 S/S
Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
Lock Washer, 5 /16" Split
05311-275-01-00
Gasket, Heater
05330-011-47-79
Nut, 5 /16"-18 S/S Hex
05310-275-01-00
Dielectric Cover
05700-001-40-50
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AVENGERLTOPTIONALTHERMOSTAT&HEATERCOMPONENTS
Wash Thermostat
05930-003-13-65
Heater, Fire Bar
04540-003-46-27
Insulation Paper 1 /8"
04540-003-46-30
Heater Cover Plate
05700-003-46-37
High Limit Thermostat
06685-003-46-77
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AVENGERDOORASSEMBLY
1
3
10
11
8
4
19
18
17
9
13
5
12
7
14
15
2
6
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AVENGERDOORASSEMBLY(CONTINUED)
Item
QTY Description
PartNumber
1
1
OUTERDOORWELDMENT
05700‐003‐33‐37
2
1
INNERDOOR
05700‐003‐33‐21
3
1
DOORHANDLE
05700‐003‐26‐62
4
2
BOLT,1/4”‐20X3/8”LONG
05305‐274‐20‐00
5
1
CHANNEL,RIGHTSEAL
05700‐003‐33‐19
6
1
CHANNEL,LEFTSEAL
05700‐003‐33‐20
7
1
CHANNEL,TOPSEAL
05700‐003‐33‐22
8
12
SCREW,10‐32X1/2”PANPHILLIPSHEAD
05305‐011‐44‐52
9
1
BAFFLE,DOOR
05700‐003‐33‐38
10
1
STARTSWITCHASSEMBLY
05700‐003‐34‐80
11
1
HINGE,RIGHTWELDMENT
05700‐003‐32‐72
12
1
HINGE,LEFTWELDMENT
05700‐003‐32‐71
13
6
SCREW,1/4”‐20X1/1/2”FLATPHILLIPSHEAD
05305‐011‐44‐50
14
2
HINGESPACER
05700‐003‐33‐42
15
2
STOP,DOORHINGE
05700‐003‐32‐55
16
2
SCREW,NUMBER10PANHEAD18‐8S/SX1/2”
05305‐173‐01‐00
17
2
RETAININGPLATEASSEMBLY
05700‐011‐44‐37
18
1
MAGNET,REEDSWITCH
05930‐002‐68‐53
19
2
LOCKNUT,6‐32S/SHEXWITHNYLONINSERT
05310‐373‐03‐00
Cycle Switch Arm
05700-003-52-14
Cycle Switch Weldment
05700-003-36-81
Screw, 6-32 X 5 /8"
05305-011-39-85
Switch Cover Plate
05700-003-52-10
Lock Nut 6-32
05310-373-03-00
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MISCELLANEOUSDOORCOMPONENTS
Door Switch & Bracket Assembly
05700-003-32-21
Switch Mounting Plate
Assembly
05700-003-33-54
Door Spring
05700-003-32-85
Hinge Stop Assembly
Right (Shown): 05700-003-32-61
Left: 05700-003-32-60
Hinge Stop Weldment
Right (Shown): 05700-003-32-63
Left: 05700-003-32-61
Door Switch Bracket
05700-003-31-43
Door Switch
05930-003-31-44
Hardware:
Locknut, 6-32 S/S Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-373-03-00
Screw, 6-32 X 1 /4" Flat Head
05305-171-01-00
Latch Nut (2 Per Assembly)
05700-003-32-33
O-Ring (2 Per Assembly)
05330-003-32-34
Hinge Components secured with:
Locknut, 1 /4"-20 S/S Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
Cover,Left Hinge Weldment
05700-002-18-41
Cover,Right Hinge Weldment
05700-002-18-42
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Latch Spring
05700-003-32-32
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FRAMEANDPANELCOMPONENTS
W-Right Shroud
05700-003-37-05
W-Top Shroud
05700-003-37-06
Shroud Plug (2 per unit)
05700-003-32-50
Standard Back Panel
05700-003-36-35
W-Left Shroud
05700-003-37-04
Optional Back Panel
05700-003-33-55
Hardware:
Nut, 1 /4"-20 Serrated Hex (4 Per Assembly)
05310-011-66-49
Nut, 5 /16"-18 Cad Spline (4 Per Assembly)
05310-959-03-00
The swivel feet used
on the frames may be
ordered using
05340-108-02-00
Bottom Panel
05700-003-37-87
Left Frame Weldment
05700-003-31-91
Right Frame Weldment
05700-003-31-90
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MISCELLANEOUSPARTS
Rail, Right Rack
05700-031-37-88
Rail, Left Rack
05700-031-37-89
Components secured with:
Locknut, 1 /4"-20 S/S Hex with Nylon insert
05310-374-01-00
Splash Shield
05700-003-33-51
Strainer Spacer
05700-001-35-83
Strainer Weldment
05700-003-32-81
Attaches with:
Nut, Nylon Wing, 1 /4"-20
05310-994-01-00
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STANDS&COMPONENTS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: To install the stand, first remove the adjustable feet from the machine. Place machine on table
and use the square mounting holes to line up the machine. Re-insert the adjustable feet through bottom of table top and
tighten to lock machine to table.
6" Stand Assembly
05700-003-34-24
Stand
05700-002-88-82
6" Leg
05700-021-61-10
Bullet Foot
05340-108-01-03
18" Stand Assembly
05700-003-34-25
Stand
05700-002-88-82
Cross Member Bracket
04730-003-25-89
Cross Brace
05700-003-25-90
18" Leg
05700-002-89-47
Bullet Foot
05340-108-01-03
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HTS‐11(SCALEPREVENTION&CORROSIONCONTROLDEVICE)
Replacement Cartridge
(Inspect at least every 6 months)
04730-003-28-04
Kleenware HTS-11 System
04730-003-28-03
Replacement Test Strip
06401-003-28-06
The HTS-11 Must be installed vertically. The provided
bracket is to be secured to the wall. Observe proper
inlet/outlet water directions. Flow directions are molded
into the top of the head. Line pressure should be
released prior to changing cartridges. De-liming of
equipment prior to installation is recommended but not
required.
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AVENGERGOBOXKIT
AGOBoxisakitofthemostneededpartsforaparticularmodelormodelfamilytosuccessfullyef‐
fectarepairinthe irstcall90%ormoreofthetime.
Item
QTY Description
PartNumber
1
1
RINSETHERMOSTAT
05930‐003‐06‐48
2
1
CONTACTOR/HEATER
05945‐002‐74‐20
3
1
PUMPSEAT
05330‐002‐34‐22
4
1
PUMPGASKETO‐RING
05330‐002‐81‐83
5
1
DOORSWITCH(REED)
05930‐003‐31‐44
6
1
RELAY,220‐240VOLT
05945‐111‐89‐75
7
1
RELAY,115VOLT
05945‐002‐47‐41
8
2
SWITCH,DET/RINSEAIDPRIME
05930‐011‐49‐54
9
2
SWITCH,ON/OFF
05930‐301‐49‐00
10
2
SWITCH,AUTO/MANUAL
05930‐011‐49‐55
11
1
FILLSOLENOIDVALVE1/2”
004810‐100‐09‐18
12
1
VACUUMBREAKER
04820‐003‐06‐13
13
1
TIMER,UNIVERSAL
05945‐003‐33‐09
14
4
WASHERRINSEARM
05330‐011‐42‐10
15
2
RING,RETAINING
05340‐112‐01‐11
16
2
BEARINGASSEMBLY,WASHARM
05700‐021‐35‐97
17
2
SQUEEZETUBE,3/16”IDX3/8”OD
05700‐111‐35‐29
18
2
SQUEEZETUBE
05700‐011‐76‐41
19*
1
PUMP&MOTORASSEMBLY
06105‐002‐72‐75
*SpecialpricingwhenpurchasedwithaGoBOX.Callfordetails.
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VACUUMSWITCHASSEMBLY
Item
QTY Description
PartNumber
COMPLETEASSEMBLY
05700‐003‐55‐98
1
1
BOX,VACUUMSWITCH
05700‐003‐55‐96
2
1
HARNESS,VACUUMSWITCH
05700‐003‐55‐97
3
1
FITTING,.231X.394LIQUIDTIGHT
05975‐011‐49‐03
4
2
SWITCH,PRESSURE
06685‐003‐36‐13
5
2
BRACKET,PRESSURESWITCH
05700‐003‐53‐03
6
2
LOCKNUT,10‐32S/SHEXWITHNYLONINSERT
05310‐373‐02‐00
7
2
SCREW,10‐32X3/8”LONG
05305‐173‐12‐00
8
2
WYE,1/4”BARBED
04730‐003‐36‐14
9
6
TUBING,TYGOPRENE1”LONG
05700‐003‐53‐26
10
2
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12
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