PARTS & SERVICE MANUAL
for
PANORAMA ROTISSERIE
MODEL SP-5
THIS MANUAL SHOULD BE RETAINED FOR FUTURE USE
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REV: 12/13/06
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
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STOP!
DO NOT ATTEMPT INSTALLATION UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THE FOLLOWING
INFORMATION!
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CAUTION
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This equipment is constructed of the very finest materials attainable. In order to attain maximum efficiency and
reliability from this equipment, please follow guidelines below concerning electrical hook-up and site preparation.
In addition to its glass and metal components, this unit contains various microprocessors and electrical
components that are sensitive to harsh environments and electrical static, spikes, voltage sags, etc., similar to
any computerized device. Outlined below are areas to be considered when performing installation.
1. DEDICATED LINE – No other equipment may be connected to this line.
2. CORRECT VOLTAGE – The voltage is specified on the data plate. This is not a dual voltage unit. Check
voltage with a meter to ascertain actual voltage (i.e. 208V or 240V).
3. SUPPLY CONNECTION WIRE GUAGE:
1 Phase – No. 8 AWG
3 Phase – No. 10AWG
Wire to be suitable for at least 60° C
4. TERMINAL BLOCK CONFIGURATION:
5. Never block air intake on the bottom or exhaust from left side louvers.
6. Legs must be secured and used to level the equipment.
7. No obstructions under, on top, or around the unit to restrict air flow or cause unsafe conditions.
MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS
Unit Weight – 216 lbs. (98 kg.)
KEY
1. Switch with program selector
2. Display Window
4. Adjustable Feet
5. Rotor Unit
7. Fat Tray, pull and tilt for emptying. The tray is removable.
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3. Electrical Connection
6. Double Spits, 5 pcs.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
For units manufactured before Serial Number
SP0002237
1. For initial start-up, set clock for proper time of day.
(Press F while turning G)
2. Load rotisserie with product.
3. Set required cooking temperature (Press B while
turning G). When B is released, actual oven
temperature will appear briefly until set temperature
is reached.
4. FOR AUTOMATIC COOKING CYCLE: Set required
cooking time. Allow approximately 20 minutes
preheat time (Press C while turning G). Start
cooking cycle by turning SELECTOR A to “Bird
Symbol.” Press D to display the hour that cooking
will be completed. At that time, the buzzer will
sound and the rotisserie will shut off.
FOR MANUAL COOKING CYCLE: Set required
cooking time. Allow approximately 20 minutes
preheat time (Preheat E while turning G). Start
cooking time is completed, buzzer will sound and the
rotisserie must be manually turned off.
5. Once cooking time is completed, turn SELECTOR A
to “Jog Mode” for holding.
6. The buzzer can be turned off by pressing E.
7. To stop unit at any time, turn SELECTOR A to “Off
Mode.”
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
For units manufactured after Serial Number SP0002236
1. Load rotisserie with product. Set selector switch to
“Off Mode.
2. Set required cooking temperature by turning the
TEMP ADJUST knob to the right to raise
temperature or left to lower it (the temperature
setting will appear on the right side of the display
window and will flash on and off until the oven
reaches the set point).
3. Set required cooking time by turning the TIME
ADJUST know to the right to increase time or to the
left to lower it. Allow approximately 20 minutes
preheat time (the time setting will appear as minutes
and hours on the display).
4. Start cooking by turning selector switch to the “Bird
Symbol” and press TIMER START (the two dots
between hours and minutes will flash on and off
when timer is running). When cooking time is
completed, buzzer will sound.
5. After cooking is completed, turn the selector to “Off
Mode” to stop the rotisserie, or to “Jog Mode” for
holding the product.
6. The buzzer can be turned off by pressing TIMER
RESET.
7. To stop unit at any time, turn selector switch to
“Off mode.”
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Display
Window
Set
Temperature
Control
Set Cooking
Time Control
Starts Timer
after switching
to Cook
JOG POSITION
(for wheel rotation
to load and
unload)
Program
Selector
Switch
Resets Timer
to change
cook time
OFF
Bird
Symbol
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CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
DAILY GENERAL CLEANING
To keep the Panorama displaying product at its best, it should be kept clean. The grease tray should be
emptied and the interior and exterior of the glass cleaned after every cooking cycle. The interior panels should
be wiped with a cloth.
At the final shutdown, the drip trays, grease trays, spits and/or baskets should be removed and thoroughly
washed with a suitable detergent. The exterior metal surface should be wiped with a dampened cloth and the
glass cleaned.
Be certain to clean around areas where the door gaskets make contact with the metal panels of the machine.
WEEKLY AIR BOX CLEANING
The Air Box should be removed weekly for cleaning.
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CAUTION: THE UNIT MUST BE COOL BEFORE ATTEMPTING CLEANING PROCEDURES.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the door and remove the four (4) large nuts located in the upper cooking chamber.
Once the nuts have been removed, the “Air Box” will drop down for removal and cleaning.
Clean the grease from the “Air Box” using a suitable detergent.
Wipe down the temperature sensing probe which is depicted in the diagram shown above. This must be
kept grease-free for proper temperature sensing.
5. IMPORTANT – AIR BOX MUST BE COMPLETELY DRY BEFORE RE-INSTALLING.
6. IMPORTANT – ONLY HAND TIGHTEN THE NUTS. THE METAL WILL EXPAND WHEN HEATED.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE EFFECTIVE 3/1/94
We have redesigned the controls on the SP-5 Panorama
Rotisserie Oven. Starting with Serial Number
SP0002237, all of the new units will be manufactured
with a new time/temp control. This control cannot be
retrofitted into the units with a display and power unit.
NEW PART NUMBERS:
15856 – RTD Probe
19378 – Door Switch
19390 – Controller
DISCONTINUED PART NUMBERS:
15250 – PT-500
15273 – Power Unit
15271 – Safeguard
15269 – Display (limited supply)
15317 – Transformer
15794 – Peg
These part numbers will still remain active:
POSITION
1
2
COMPONENT LOCATION
COMPONENT
MARKING
Temp. Body
PT
Fan Motor
M2
3
Element, 2000W
E3 – 34
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
IR-Lamp
Display
Cooling Thermostat
Heating Thermostat
Overheat Protection
Switch
Contactor
Terminal Block
Power Unit
Time Relay
Transformer
Capacitor Fan
Grill Motor
Capacitor Motor 3.75 mf
Capacitor
Fuse
Connection Block
Terminal Block
H1 – H2
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B1
B2
F1
S1
K1
X1
A1
K2
T1
C2
M1
C1
C3
F2 – F3
X3
X2
SAVORY PART #
15250* (see above)
15263
208V – 15274
240V – 15284
15275
15269* (see above)
15252
15253
15251
15272
15258
15257
15273* (see above)
15268
15317
15260
15264
15120 (15261)
15260
*15452 (15259)
15256
15281
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PROTECTIVE COVER (#15271)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Disconnect the band cable from the power section.
3. Loosen the three nuts that hold the protective
cover.
4. Pull the display unit backwards.
5. Change the keyboard cover.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-5
above.
NOTE: The guide pin in the keyboard cover must fit
the hole in the display unit’s timer. In order to make
operation easy, push the keyboard cover underneath
the encoder knob.
REQUIRED PARTS
Keyboard Cover
QUANTITY
1
Figure 1
POSITION
1
DISPLAY UNIT (#15269)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Refer to the Keyboard Cover instructions above.
REQUIRED PARTS
Display
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
2
POWER UNIT (#15269)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Disconnect all wires to the printed circuit board.
3. Carefully squeeze the four plastic distance pins
that hold the circuit card in place and pull
backwards.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps
1-3 above.
REQUIRED PARTS
Power Unit
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 2
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PT-500 THERMOCOUPLE (#15250)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Loosen the nut on the distance screw that holds the
thermocouple.
3. Pull the thermocouple upwards.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-3
above.
NOTE: It is very important when you assemble, to make
sure the thermocouple nose is inserted between the fan
wheel and “Air Box” baffle plate. Make sure the
thermocouple wires do not come in contact with the high
voltage conductors in the grill.
REQUIRED PARTS
PT-500 Thermocouple
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 3
OVERHEAT PROTECTION (F1) (#15251)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the “Air Box”.
3. Remove the hub. Refer to the instructions for motor
disassembly.
4. Remove the right inner wall.
5. Disconnect the thermostat bulb from its holder and pull
it through the wall from the electrical compartment.
6. Replace the overheat protection.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-6
above.
NOTE: Make sure the distance between the bulb and
the post exceeds 14mm (9/16”), otherwise the
overheat protection will not work.
REQUIRED PARTS
Thermostat
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 4
COOLING THERMOSTAT (B1) (#15252)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Loosen the yokes that hold the bulb.
3. Remove the thermostat.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-3
above.
NOTE: The cooling thermostat should make at 140°F
+/- 50°F. This should be accomplished by turning the
shaft’s D-shaped end plane so its position is
perpendicular to the long axis of the grill.
REQUIRED PARTS
Cooling Thermostat
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1
POSITION
1
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HEAT THERMOSTAT (B2) (#15253)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the “Air Box”.
3. Disconnect the thermostat bulb from its holder and
pull it through the roof.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-3
above.
NOTE: The thermostat should be turned clockwise
as far as possible (250°C - 480°F).
REQUIRED PARTS
Heating Thermostat
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
2
Figure 6
FAN WHEEL
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove “Air Box”.
3. Remove the nut holding the fan wheel. Note the left
hand threads.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-3
above.
REQUIRED PARTS
Fan Wheel
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 7
FAN MOTOR (#15263)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the fan wheel
3. Remove the PT-500 Thermocouple.
4. Remove the air duct.
5. Disconnect the electrical feed wires.
6. Change the fan.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-6
above.
REQUIRED PARTS
Fan Motor
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 8
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ELEMENTS
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Disconnect the electrical wiring.
3. Remove the “Air Box”.
4. Disconnect the element fixture.
5. Remove the element.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-5
above.
NOTE: The maximum permissible torque to be
applied when tightening the electrical wire
connections is 10.6 in. lbs.. Use the double nut
underneath.
REQUIRED PARTS
Element
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 9
GRILL MOTOR
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the nut from the center of the hub.
3. Maximum torque is 9.5 in. lbs.. Use the radial slots
in the hub for holding.
4. Remove the connector wires on the motor plate.
5. Pull the motor plate with the motor backwards.
NOTE: Make sure the motor shaft follows along. If
not, there is a risk of losing the key between gear
box shaft and the motor shaft. In case the motor
shaft does not protrude through its bearing mount,
polish the part of the shaft that protrudes through the
bearing into the grill chamber.
In case polishing is not sufficient:
1. Remove the “Air Box”.
2. Remove the right inner wall.
3. Remove the three screws holding the bearing
mount.
4. The motor with its shaft and bearing mount can now
be withdrawn through the electrical compartment.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-5
above.
NOTE: Check the direction of rotation, which is
supposed to be counter-clockwise seen from the grill
chamber side. The bearing is self-lubricating and
should not be lubricated. Check the measurements
between bearing shelf and the hub according to
Figure 15.
REQUIRED PARTS
Grill Motor
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1
Figure 10
POSITION
1
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SLEEVE BEARING
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the Grill Motor.
3. Force the journal bearing out of the bearing
mount by pressing.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to
steps 1-3 above.
NOTE: The joint in the sleeve bearing should not
be positioned in a vertical direction.
REQUIRED PARTS
Sleeve Bearing
QTY
1
POSITION
2
Figure 11
RUBBER MOUNTS
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the Grill Mount.
3. Remove the rubber mount.
Assemble Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse according to steps 1-3
above.
NOTE: The control measurements according to
Figure 15.
REQUIRED PARTS
Rubber Mounts
QTY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 12
BEARING SHELF
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the left outer wall.
3. Remove the bolt holding the bearing shelf.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to
steps 1-3 above.
NOTE: Make sure the bearing shelf is
assembled with the milled surface horizontal.
Note the control measurements according to
Figure 15.
Figure 13
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REQUIRED PARTS
Bearing Shelf
QTY
1
POSITION
1
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LEFT INNER WALL
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the Bearing Shelf
3. Remove the “Air Box”.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-3 above.
NOTE: Check the measurements according to Figure 15
REQUIRED PARTS
Inner Wall
QUANTITY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 14
RIGHT INNER WALL
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the right inner wall (Refer to Overheat
Protection Instructions).
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-2 above.
NOTE: Check the measurements according to Figure 15
REQUIRED PARTS
Inner Wall
QTY
1
POSITION
1
Figure 15
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LOCK HANDLE
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the screws.
3. Remove the Lock Handle.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 13 above.
NOTE: Use lock liquid on the screws.
Figure 16
LOCK CASTING
Adjusting Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
NOTE: Before adjusting the lock casting, the door
should be adjusted to 100 +/- 1mm (3.94”).
2. Loosen the screws in the casting so the casting
can be adjusted.
3. Adjust the casting so that it lines up with the
center of the hole in the handle and the vertical
measurement will be in accord with what is
shown in Figure 17.
4. Re-tighten the screws.
5. Adjust the lock wedge to make the gap between
the roof and the door roof parallel.
Figure 17
IR – LAMPS (#15275)
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect the main voltage.
2. Remove the door roof.
3. Remove the lids over the lamps.
4. Remove the nuts on the connector cable screws.
Assembly Instructions:
1. DO NOT touch the IR-Lamps with your fingers.
2. Trim the connector strips to size.
3. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 14 above.
NOTE: Make sure you don’t apply torque to the
connector strip. Check to make sure the lamp is not
rigidly mounted. Remove the protective cover paper.
Figure 18
12
REQUIRED PARTS
Quartz Tube
QTY
1
POSITION
1
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INSULATION GROMMETS
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the quartz tube.
3. Remove the electrical connections.
4. Remove the nuts that hold the IR fixtures in place.
5. Remove the top nut from the stud screw.
6. Disassemble the insulation grommets.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-6 above.
NOTE: The insulation assembly should not be rigid when
assembled.
REQUIRED PARTS
Insulation Grommets
QUANTITY
1 Set
POSITION
1
DOOR GASKETS
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the 4 pop rivets by drilling out their centers.
3. Remove the glass trim strip.
4. Remove the gasket.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 1-4 above.
NOTE: Fill the pop rivets with silicone sealant.
REQUIRED PARTS
Door Gasket
QTY
1
POSITION
1
POWER UNIT
This figure shows how to change between degrees Celsius
(Fig 2) instead of Fahrenheit (Fig 1).
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GLASS FRONT
Disassembly Instructions:
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Remove the pop rivets holding the washers by
drilling out their centers.
3. Remove the pop rivets holding the glass strip by
drilling.
4. Remove the silicone strip.
Assembly Instructions:
1. Install new silicone strips on both top and
bottom.
2. Install new silicone strips on the glass strips.
3. Place the glass front with the upper and lower
silicone strip in the door.
4. Push the glass front with the upper and lower
silicone strip in the door.
5. Install the glass strip.
6. Adjust the glass front to center it and then pop
rivet the glass strips in place.
7. Push the glass front toward the grill and pop
rivet the washers in place to make the glass
solidly fixed.
8. Fill the pop rivets with silicone sealant.
REQUIRED PARTS
Glass Front
Glass Gasket
Door Gasket
1/8” Pop Rivets, Length
5/32” Pop Rivets, Length
QTY
1
2
2
8
4
POSITION
1
2
3
4
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DOOR REMOVAL
1. Disconnect main voltage.
2. Disconnect the electric connections in the
electric compartment.
3. Remove the cover plate underneath the grill.
4. Remove the bolt in the pivot.
5. Tilt the door forward and lift the door upwards.
DOOR INSTALLATION
1. Make sure the (3.94”) +/- 1mm distance is kept
when you assemble.
2. Also make sure the transparent cable protection
is inserted through the pivot bushing.
3. Assemble in reverse order according to steps 15 above.
NONE: Connect the earth cable.
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FAULT DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE FAULT
Grill is totally unresponsive
1.
2.
3.
Display is dark but manual position
functions.
1.
Impossible to set clock
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
Time, temperature and automatic
functions all work but the grill does not
start.
1.
The grill starts but does not heat up
Grill takes long time to heat up
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
Grill temperature control is
unresponsive
1.
2.
Temperature Control functions but at
too low a level
2.
3.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fan M2 starts immediately when grill is
hooked up to mains
Fan M2 does not work
Grill motor does not start
Grill motor stops & starts
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No current to grill.
Fuse F2 blown.
Temperature limiter device F1
tripped.
Bandcable contact on power unit
A1 (PCB A1) does not make
contact.
No voltage to power unit (18V).
Faulty power unit.
Faulty display.
Peg in the keyboard’s protective
cover not in contact.
Display encoder out of action.
Power unit A1 does not work.
1.
2.
3.
Check main voltage.
Replace fuse.
Reset temperature limiter.
1.
2.
Connect bandcable.
Check power to and from
transformer.
Replace power unit.
Replace display.
1.
2.
3.
Replace peg.
Replace display.
Check eprom mounting. Replace
power unit A1.
Automatic function incorrectly
programmed.
Faulty power unit.
Start of program delayed.
1.
Short in the PT-500 thermocouple.
Faulty power unit A1.
Faulty contactor K1.
Faulty element E3, E4.
One of the elements does not
work.
PT-500 not properly connected.
Faulty PT-500 thermocouple (see
chart).
Faulty power unit A1.
Faulty contactor K1.
PT-500 thermocouple influenced
by element radiation.
Faulty PT-500 thermocouple (see
chart).
Faulty convection motor operation
(M2).
Faulty power unit A1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
Reset to zero. Read operations
manual.
Replace power unit.
Check ready time if auto symbol
is blinking.
Replace PT-500 thermocouple.
Replace power unit.
Replace contactor K1.
Replace element E3, E4.
Replace element.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check connection.
Replace PT-500 thermocouple.
Replace power unit A1.
Replace contactor K1.
1.
Install the air box with the baffle
plate between the element and
the PT-500 thermocouple.
Replace the PT-500
thermocouple.
Check run capacitor C-2.
Overheating due to lack of air
circulation.
Replace power unit A1.
Replace M2.
Adjust B1, M2 should start at
60°C, 140°F.
Replace cooling thermostat B1.
Replace cooling thermostat.
Replace fan motor M2.
Replace C2.
Correct by loading product evenly.
Replace timing relay.
Replace capacitor.
Replace capacitor C3.
Replace grill motor.
Check operation of time relay K2.
Opens after 3 seconds.
Replace C1.
Correct by loading product evenly.
2.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The cooling thermostat B1 is not
adjusted correctly.
Wrong cooling thermostat B1.
Faulty cooling thermostat B1.
Faulty fan motor M2.
Faulty C2.
Overload.
Timer relay K2 does not work.
Wrong capacitor C1 or C3.
Faulty grill motor.
1.
2.
3.
Overhead motor.
Weak or faulty run capacitor C1.
Overload.
3.
4.
2.
3.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
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PT-500 TEMPERATURE / RESISTANCE TABLES
#15250 – PT500, RTD
(used prior to S/N SP0002237)
FOR REFERENCE ONLY
Ohm/°F = Value @ Center of 100°F Span
TEMP °F
0
25
50
100
575
603
625
200
685
700
732
300
780
810
841
400
892
905
941
500
988
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75
650
760
863
965
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#15856 – RTD, 1000 OHM
(Starting with S/N SP0002237)
Temp
°F
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
921.190
942.790
964.350
985.880
1007.368
1028.814
1050.224
1071.594
1092.927
1114.221
1335.476
1156.693
1177.872
1199.011
1220.113
1241.176
1262.200
1283.186
1304.133
1325.042
1345.913
1366.744
1387.538
1408.293
1429.009
1449.687
1470.326
1490.927
1511.489
1532.013
1552.498
1572.945
1593.953
1613.723
1634.054
1654.347
1674.601
1894.817
1714.994
1735.133
1755.233
1775.295
1795.318
1815.303
1835.249
1855.157
1875.026
1894.857
1914.649
1934.402
1954.117
1973.794
1993.432
2013.032
2032.593
2052.116
2071.600
2091.045
2110.452
2129.821
2149.151
2168.443
2187.698
2206.910
2226.086
2245.224
2264.323
2283.383
2302.405
2321.389
2340.334
2359.240
2378.108
2396.938
2415.729
2434.481
2453.195
2471.871
2490.508
2509.106
2527.686
2546.187
2564.670
2583.115
2601.521
2619.886
2638.217
2656.507
2674.759
2692.973
2711.147
2729.264
2747.382
2785.441
2783.462
2801.444
2637.293
2837.293
2855.180
2872.986
2890.778
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Ω
°F
2.14
2.11
2.07
2.03
1.99
1.95
1.91
1.88
1.84
1.80
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#19390 ELECTRONIC TIME / TEMPERATURE CONTROL
CONTROL ERROR CODES
Error codes are provided to aid in determining the nature of common oven failures and to inform the user of
possible safety or performance problems. Each error has an associated code number that is displayed in the
time digits when the error occurs. The control also sounds a series of attention tones. The control must be
powered down to clear the failure mode.
If a service call is received, sighting any of the following “Error Codes,” please instruct the customer to turn the
oven off and wait for service.
Prior to replacing any of these parts, all the wiring and voltages to the controller should be verified.
ERROR CODE #
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
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ACTION TO BE TAKEN
Replace the T/T Controller (#19390)
Oven temperature has exceeded 551°. Check actual oven temperature and resistance
of RTD Sensor and replace if necessary.
The RTD Sensor (#15856) may have an open circuit. Check the resistance and
replace if necessary. If F3 still appears, replace controller.
The RTD Sensor (#15856) may have a short circuit. Check the resistance and replace
if necessary.
Replace the T/T Controller (#19390)
Replace the T/T Controller (#19390)
Replace the T/T Controller (#19390)
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
For units manufactured prior to Serial number SP0002237
A1
B1
B2
F1
F2-F3
C1
C2
C3
H1-H2
E3-E4
K1
K2
M1
M2
PT
S1
X1
X2
X3
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PCB
COOLING THERMOSTAT
HEATING THERMOSTAT
TEMPERATURE LIMITER
FUSES
CAPACITOR GRILLMOTOR 2.5MF
CAPACITOR FAN 2MF
CAPACITOR GRILLMOTOR 2.5MF
IR-LAMP
HEATING ELEMENT
CONTACTOR
TIME RELAY
GRILLMOTOR
FANMOTOR
TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
SWITCH
TERMINAL BOARD
TERMINAL BOARD
CONNECTION BLOCK
97 64 11 08-07
~60 208V / 3~60 208V
97 64 11 07-07
~60 240V / 3~60 240V
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CABLE LIST
For units manufactured prior to Serial Number SP0002237
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United States of America
Telephone: (206) 459-8200
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