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XLT Electric Oven & AVI Hood
Parts & Service Manual
Read This Manual Before Using This Appliance.
Current versions of this manual, Rough-In Specifications, Installation & Operation Manual, Architectural
Drawings, & a list of International Authorized Distributors are available at: www.xltovens.com
For use with the following XLT Electric Oven Versions:
Standard (S)
D
World (W)
D
For use with the following AVI Electric Hood Versions:
Standard (S)
D
World (W)
D
2000887
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PO Box 9090
Wichita, Kansas 67277
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WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
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SAFETY DEPENDS ON YOU
This appliance is for professional use by qualified personnel. This appliance
must be installed by qualified persons in accordance with the regulations in force.
This appliance must be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent the occurrence
of unacceptable concentrations of substances harmful to health in the room in which
it is installed. This appliance needs an unobstructed flow of fresh air for satisfactory
CAUTION operation & must be installed in a suitably ventilated room in accordance with current regulations. This appliance should be serviced by qualified personnel at least
every 12 months or sooner if heavy use is expected.
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DANGER
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury, or death. Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing, using, or servicing this equipment.
DANGER
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or vapors in
the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Do not restrict the flow of ventilation air to the unit. Provide adequate clearance for operating,
cleaning, and maintaining the unit when in the installed position.
Keep the area free and clear of combustible material. DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE
VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
Ovens are certified for installation on combustible floors.
Electrical schematics are located inside the control box of the oven and in this manual. Disconnect input power to the unit before performing any maintenance.
This unit requires a ventilation hood. The installation must conform to local codes.
This unit must be operated by the same voltage, phase, & frequency of electrical power as designated on the nameplate label located on the side of the unit.
Minimum clearances must be maintained from combustible & non-combustible construction
materials.
Follow all local codes when installing this unit.
Follow all local codes to electrically ground the unit.
Appliance is not to be cleaned with high pressure water.
XLT ovens are certified for use in stacks of up to three (3) units of XLT products. Integration
of other manufacturer’s products into an oven stack is not recommended, & will void any warranties. XLT Ovens assumes no liability for mixed product applications.
Failure to call XLT Customer Service at 1-888-443-2751 prior to contacting a repair company
voids any & all warranties.
PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This appliance operates below 70 dBA.
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XLT Ovens has spent millions of dollars designing and testing our products as well as developing Parts & Service Manuals. These manuals are the most complete and easiest to understand in the industry. However, they are worthless if they are not followed.
We have witnessed store operators and building owners lose many thousands of dollars in
lost revenue due to incorrect installations. We highly recommend you follow all instructions given
in this manual as well as follow best practices in plumbing, electrical, and HVAC building codes.
Definitions & Symbols
A safety instruction (message) includes a “Safety Alert Symbol” & a signal word or phrase
such as DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION. Each signal word has the following meaning:
DANGER
HIGH
VOLTAGE
ISO 7000-0434: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, can
result in serious injury or death.
IEC 60417-5036: This symbol indicates high voltage. It calls your attention to
items or operations that could be dangerous to you & other persons operating this
equipment. Read the message & follow the instructions carefully.
ISO 7000-0434: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, that if not avoided, can
result in minor to moderate injury or serious damage to the product. The situation
described in the CAUTION may, if not avoided, lead to serious results. Important
WARNING safety measures are described in CAUTION (as well as WARNING), so be sure to
observe them.
ISO 7000-0434: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, that if not avoided, can
result in minor to moderate injury or serious damage to the product. The situation
described in the CAUTION may, if not avoided, lead to serious results. Important
CAUTION safety measures are described in CAUTION (as well as WARNING), so be sure to
observe them.
READ
MANUAL
PROTECTIVE
EARTH
FUSE-LINK
ISO 7000-0790: Read the
instructions before using this
machine.
IEC 60417-5019: Terminal
which is intended for connection
to an external conductor.
CLASS II
EQUIPMENT
EQUIPOTENTIALITY
IEC 60417-5172: A class II or
double insulated electrical
appliance.
IEC 60417-5021: Having the
same electric potential or uniform electric potential.
IEC 60417-5016: Terminal
which is intended for connection
to an external conductor.
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Warranty – US and Canada
Rev D
Approval Date: 10/28/2013
XLT warrants gas ovens manufactured after April 1, 2009 and all electric ovens manufactured
after April 1, 2011 to be free from any defect in material and workmanship under normal use for five (5)
years from the date of original purchase by the end user, and further warrants main fan blades,
conveyor shafts, and conveyor bearings for ten (10) years. XLT further warrants all ovens to be free
from rust for ten (10) years from the date the equipment is originally purchased. XLT warrants AVI
hoods to be free from any defect in material and workmanship under normal use for two (2) years from
the date of original purchase by the end user purchaser. In the event of a part failure, XLT will furnish a
replacement part and pay for all labor associated with the replacement of the part. If upon inspection
XLT determines that the part is not defective, all incurred cost will be the responsibility of the end user
purchaser. This warranty is extended to the original end user purchaser and is not transferable without
prior written consent of XLT. Damages are limited to the original purchase price.
DUTIES OF THE OWNER:
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The owner must inspect the equipment and crates at time of receipt. Damage during shipment is to
be immediately reported to the carrier and also to XLT
The equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the written instructions
furnished with the unit
This warranty shall not excuse the owner from properly maintaining the equipment in accordance
with the written instructions furnished with the unit
A copy of the “Initial Start-Up Checklist” must be filled out and returned to XLT when the unit is
initially installed, and/or when the unit is removed and installed in another location
The gas, electric, and HVAC utilities must be connected to the oven and installed by locally licensed
contractors
Failure to contact XLT Ovens prior to contacting a repair company for warranty work voids any and
all warranties
WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
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Freight damage
Overtime charges
Any part that becomes defective because of utility services (power surges, high or low voltages, high
or low gas pressure or volume, contaminated fuel, or improper utility connections)
Any part that becomes defective because of moisture and/or other contaminants
Conveyor belts
Filters
Exhaust Fans
Light Bulbs
Normal maintenance or adjustments
This warranty shall not apply if the equipment or any part is damaged as a result of accident,
casualty, alteration, misuse, abuse, improper cleaning, improper installation, improper operation,
natural disasters, or man-made disasters
CLAIMS HANDLED AS FOLLOWS:
Should any such defect be discovered, XLT must be notified. Upon notification, XLT will arrange for
necessary repairs to be made by an authorized service agent. Denial of services upon the arrival of an
authorized service agent will release XLT of any and all warranty obligations.
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Warranty – International
Rev F
Approval Date: 07/01/2014
When purchased through an Authorized International Distributor, XLT warrants its products
manufactured after July 1, 2014 to be free from any defect in material and workmanship under normal use. The
Authorized International Distributor will repair XLT products during the warranty period. This warranty is
extended to the original end user purchaser and is not transferable without prior written consent of the
Authorized International Distributor. Damages are limited to the original purchase price. Products purchased by
any other means other than an Authorized International Distributor will have no warranty. This warranty applies
to areas outside the 50 United States of America.
DUTIES OF THE OWNER:
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The owner must inspect the equipment and crates at time of receipt. Damage during shipment is to be
immediately reported to the carrier and also to the Authorized International Distributor.
The equipment must be operated in accordance with the written instructions furnished with the unit.
This warranty is not valid unless equipment is installed, started, and demonstrated under the supervision of
the Authorized International Distributor.
This warranty shall not excuse the owner from properly maintaining the equipment in accordance with the
written instructions furnished with the unit.
A copy of the “Initial Start-Up Checklist” must be filled out and returned to the Authorized International
Distributor when the unit is initially installed, and/or when the unit is removed and installed in another
location.
The gas, electric, and HVAC utilities must be connected to the equipment and installed by locally licensed
contractors.
The Authorized International Distributor must be contacted for service. Failure to contact the Authorized
International Distributor prior to contacting a repair company for warranty work voids any and all warranties.
WHAT IS COVERED (Subject to local market conditions):
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2 year labor – Extensions may be available and charges may apply
5 year parts – Extensions may be available and charges may apply
5 years parts and labor on: oven fan blade, structural welds, conveyor shafts, conveyor bearings, rusted
materials in ovens
WHAT IS NOT COVERED (Subject to local market conditions):
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Freight damage
Any part that becomes defective because of utility services (power surges, high or low voltages, high or low
gas pressure or volume, contaminated fuel, or improper utility connections)
Any part that becomes defective because of moisture and/or other contaminants
Conveyor belts
Filters
Exhaust fans
Light bulbs
Rusted materials in hoods
Normal maintenance or adjustments
This warranty shall not apply if the equipment or any part is damaged as a result of accident, casualty,
alteration, misuse, abuse, improper cleaning, use of caustic/acidic chemicals, improper installation, improper
operation, natural disasters, or man-made disasters
CLAIMS HANDLED AS FOLLOWS:
Should any such defect be discovered, the Authorized International Distributor must be notified. Upon
notification, the Authorized International Distributor will arrange for necessary repairs.
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GENERAL
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This manual, which contains an illustrated parts breakdown, has been prepared as an aid in
understanding how the unit operates, how to diagnose problems, and order parts for the equipment.
All of the parts, listed in the parts breakdown, are manufactured with the same precision as the
original equipment.
XLT parts and service providers are available worldwide. There are authorized service
providers located in the principle cities of the United States. There are also authorized Distributors
located throughout the world.
The Theory of Operation section describes how the unit operates. An understanding of
normal operation will greatly aid diagnosis and troubleshooting. The Troubleshooting section asks
simple yes or no questions. The next question or statement entirely depends upon the previous answer. It will lead to the solution of a problem in the most efficient way. The illustrated parts section identifies the various sub-assemblies and detailed parts which make up the equipment, as well
as the part number. An explanation of how to order parts is included.
This manual is designed to supplement the Installation & Operation Manual provided with
the unit when new. Please refer to it for descriptions, dimensions, weights, electrical requirements,
maintenance schedules, and certifications.
XLT Ovens wants you to be totally satisfied with every aspect of owning & using your
oven & hood. Your feedback, both positive & negative, is very important to us as it helps us understand how to improve our products & our company. Our goal is to provide you with equipment
that we can be proud to build & you can be proud to own.
To receive technical support for the oven or hood you purchased, XLT has qualified customer service personnel that can provide assistance on any type of XLT oven or hood equipment
problem you may experience. Customer Service is available 24/7/365 at 888-443-2751 or visit
www.xltovens.com.
DANGER
NOTE
TIP
Repairs of all appliances & ventilation exhaust hoods should only be performed by
a qualified professional who has read & understands these instructions & is familiar
with proper safety precautions. Read this manual thoroughly before installing or
servicing this equipment.
Notes indicates an area or subject of special merit, emphasizing either the product’s
capability or common errors in operation or maintenance.
Tips give a special instruction that can save time or provide other benefits while installing
or using the product. The tip calls attention to an idea that may not be obvious to first-time
users of the product.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Warning & Safety Information..................................................................................................... 2
Warranty ....................................................................................................................................... 4
General ......................................................................................................................................... 6
Oven Theory of Operation ........................................................................................................... 8
Hood Theory of Operation ......................................................................................................... 12
Oven Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 15
Hood Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 16
Oven Service Procedures............................................................................................................ 18
Hood Service Procedures ........................................................................................................... 20
Oven Parts .................................................................................................................................. 23
Hood Parts .................................................................................................................................. 45
Oven Schematics ........................................................................................................................ 50
Hood Schematics ........................................................................................................................ 58
For maintenance procedures, please refer to the XLT Installation & Operation Manual.
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This document is the property of the owner of this equipment.
XLT Ovens reserves the right to make changes in design & specifications, and/or make additions to or improvements to its product without imposing any obligations upon itself to install
them in products previously manufactured.
All Right Hand & Left Hand designations in this manual are from the point of view as if
standing directly in front of the glass sandwich door.
Revision History Table
Revision
Comments
Date
E
Added Another Step to Conveyor Control Programming Procedure on Page 18 and Removed R3 and REC
1,2,&3 from Hood Theory of Operation and Updated Table on Page 47.
02/23/2015
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Added Symbol Information to Pages 1-3 and 6-7 and Updated Schematics on Pages 50-57.
04/22/2015
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OVEN THEORY OF OPERATION
When the Main Switch (S1) is turned on;
The Oven Fan Motor (M1) located in the Back Wall will run.
The Fans (M3) located on the Control Panel will run.
The Temperature Control (TC) should display both the actual and set-point temperatures.
The Conveyor Control (CC) should display the belt time.
The conveyor belt should move.
The first part of the Theory of Operation explains how electrical power is delivered to the oven
and initial sequences when the main operator switch is turned on. The remainder of the Theory of
Operation section explains the function of components in alphabetical order. These components
are also listed on the schematic.
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Line voltage for Standard Ovens is assumed to be 208/240/480 VAC, 3Φ, 60 Hz.
Line voltage for World Ovens is assumed to be 380 VAC, 3Φ, 50 Hz.
Power originates at the electrical connection on the wall. Line voltage is then carried into
the oven through the power cord to the Power Block (PB). A wire connects Line 2 to the Terminal
Strip (TS), which serves as a “neutral” for the single phase components. Several jumpers are used
to bridge along the TS to make connection points for multiple “neutral” lines from all single phase
components inside the Control Box and the Main Fan Motor (M1). A wire connects line 1 to Terminal T11 on Relay 1 (R1) and acts as the “hot” leg for all of the single phase components. From
there, a wire connects single phase power through the normally closed High Limit Switch (S3),
then through Circuit Breaker 1 (CB1), then to the Main Switch (S1). Three phase power is applied
to Contactors 1 & 2 (C1 & C2) through Circuit Breakers 5 & 6 (CB5 & CB6) and the PB. Unless
the power supply on the wall has no power, the single phase and three phase circuits just described
have power at all times.
When S1 is turned on, line voltage will be carried through the switch simultaneously to
three locations via two parallel circuits:
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Terminal T6 of R1
Centrifugal Switch (S2) located in M1
Power Supply (PS)
C1 & C2 - A contactor is an electrically controlled switch used for switching a power circuit. A
contactor is controlled by a control circuit that has a much lower power level than the switched
circuit. They consist of a small coil and a set of three SPST contacts. When S2 & S3 are closed,
line voltage is applied to the coil, which closes the contacts. Then power is allowed to flow to the
SSR’s. If the temperature at S3 exceeds 600° F, or if M1 does not rotate, then voltage is interrupted to the coil, and will open the contactors.
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CAP - The Capacitor is physically mounted inside the Control Box but wired to the externally
mounted Main Motor (M1). The Main Motor is a permanent split capacitor (PSC) design, which is
a motor in which the starting capacitor and the auxiliary winding remain in the circuit for both
starting and running.
CB - Circuit Breakers are used to protect electrical components. The current value is printed on
the front of all breakers. If a CB is tripped, eliminate the cause and press the front to reset.
CC - The Conveyor Control is supplied 24 VDC by the Power Supply (PS) via a Circuit Breaker
(CB3 & CB4, optional) to Terminals 4 & 5. The belt time is displayed, and is user-adjusted by
pressing and holding the up or down arrow button switches. See the Specification Sheet for minimum and maximum belt times. The motor speed is calculated based on the time that is entered.
This time is translated to a RPM on the motor shaft depending on the size of the oven, the diameter
of the sprocket, and the gear ratio of the gearbox. Once the motor is running, hall sensor inputs are
fed back into the driver to determine the speed the motor is currently running at. This input goes
into a PID algorithm to adjust the PWM output to control the speed to match the target speed that
was calculated first. This PWM is adjusting the average voltage that the motor phases are seeing.
As the average voltage goes up, the motor will speed up. As the average voltage drops, the motor
speed will also drop. The maximum speed is based on a continuous 18-24V being supplied to the
motor. The phasing of the controller is dependent on the hall sensor signals that are being returned. The controller reads the hall sensor position and from there knows which phase of the motor receives the 18-24V signal, which phase of the motor is the return and which phase of the motor is left open. As the motor spins, the hall sensors change, which dictate which phases are energized.
FLT 1 - Is an inline filter used in world ovens. The filter is placed in series with the Line voltage
being supplied to the oven. The filter is used to reduce Electromagnetic Interference created by our
equipment and back-feeding it into other appliances. EMI filters use capacitors to inhibit direct
current while permitting alternating current. EMI filters also use inductors which redirect high
voltages, and high frequencies by dissipating them to ground.
H1-H6 - The Heating Elements convert electricity into heat through the process of joule heating.
Electric current through the element encounters resistance, resulting in heating the element. The
resistance values of the four (4) different part numbers used are:
 XP-5201-208-4.5 4500 Watt
9.61 Ohms
 XP-5201-240-4.5 4500 Watt
12.80 Ohms
 XP-5202-208-5.3 5300 Watt
8.16 Ohms
 XP-5202-240-5.3 5300 Watt
10.87 Ohms
Please refer to the Parts section for the proper application.
M1 – The Main Motor is a Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC), single phase, capacitor run motor and
has an internal centrifugal switch (S2). The motor is dual voltage and reversible. The voltage to
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OVEN THEORY OF OPERATION
power the motor comes from the Cool Down Timer (R1), and the motor will continue to operate
for approximately 30 minutes after the main switch is turned off. There are no user serviceable
parts in the motor, and the bearings are permanently lubricated.
M2 - The conveyor motor (M2) is a brushless 24 VDC gear motor. The motor receives current
from the Conveyor Control (CC) through three (3) wires; 1) A black or “W” phase, 2) a white or
“V” phase, and 3) a red or “U” phase. They carry between 18 to 24 VDC. Each wire is energized
by the Conveyor Control (CC) in sequence to provide power to the individual stator coils which, in
turn, provide motor rotation.
To determine the rotors position and send this position to the controller, three (3) Hall Effect switches are utilized. They read the rotational information from a disc mounted on the rotor
assembly. This information is transmitted to the CC by three (3) wires; 1) an orange “U” phase
pole signal output, 2) a green “V” phase pole signal output, and 3) a green/white “W” phase pole
signal output. These are located in a plug that inserts into the CC. There are two (2) additional
wires in this plug; 1) a purple wire which is supply voltage for the pole sensor, and 2) a gray wire
that is ground.
The CC, using an internal logic circuit, energizes the stator coils to provide proper rotation
and sets the enerigization (phase) timing to obtain the desired belt speed set on the controller.
The motor drives an integral gear box that reduces the motor output speed to give the correct travel
time to the conveyor belt. The integral gear box is sealed and permanently lubricated with grease.
The ratio is 1/200.
M3 - These Motors have fan blades attached to them that provide cool air to the control box components. It is wired in parallel with M1 and will continue to operate for 30 minutes after S1 is
turned off. Filters are provided to ensure clean air.
PB - The Power Block is a connection point for multiple wires of different gauges.
PS - The Power Supply rectifies line voltage to 24 VDC, and supplies power to the Conveyor Control (CC). A 4 amp fuse is used to provide over current protection, which is mounted on the PS
itself. There are no other fuses used anywhere else.
PU - The Pick-Up is physically mounted within the Conveyor Motor (M2) and utilizes hall effect
technology integral to the M2 to monitor the rotation speed. The hall effect signal is transmitted to
the CC, which converts it into linear travel speed of the conveyor.
R1 - R1 is a 30-minute off delay relay which functions as a cool down timer. Applying power to
terminal T6 activates the relay, which sends a voltage signal out from terminal T9. When power is
removed from T6, voltage continues from T9 for 30 minutes. T9 supplies voltage to the Main Fan
Motor (M1) through a Circuit Breaker (CB2), and also supplies voltage to M3. M1 and M3 are the
only components that will continue to operate for 30 minutes after S1 is turned off. The off delay
relay is a safety feature to allow the oven to cool down to room temperature, and to eliminate heat
stress on the components of the oven.
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S1 - The Main Switch is a SPST normally open switch, mounted on the front of the Control Box.
Activating this switch applies voltage to Terminal T6 of the Cool-Down Timer (R1). When used
with the optional AVI Hood System, a remote switch mounted in the front of the AVI Hood replaces it.
S2 - This Switch is a SPDT centrifugal switch physically mounted inside the Main Motor (M1).
When M1 comes up to full speed, S2 closes and sends voltage to the Temperature Control (TC)
and the Contactors (C1 & C2). It functions as a safety feature to prevent heating element operation
if the M1 fails to rotate.
S3 - High Limit Switch. This is a bi-metal, NC, SPST switch physically mounted in the side panel
of the Bake Chamber. It’s purpose is to provide fail safe operation. If the temperature of S3 exceeds 600°F, it opens and interrupts line voltage to all components except the Main Motor (M1).
SSR 1-4 - A Solid State Relay is an electronic switching device in which a small control signal
from the Temperature Control (TC) controls a larger load current and voltage. It comprises a voltage sensor which responds to the TC, a solid state switching device which switches power to the
Heating Elements (H1-6) either on or off, and does this without mechanical parts.
T/C - The thermocouple is type K. It consists of two different conductors that produce a voltage
proportional to temperature. The T/C is connected to terminals 2 & 3 of the Temperature Control
(TC). The milli-volt signal is used to display the actual temperature.
TC - The Temperature Control (TC) has line voltage applied to terminal 10, and “neutral” voltage
applied to terminal 9. There are two displays; one for actual temperature and one for set-point
temperature. Actual temperature is determined by the Thermocouple (T/C), connected to terminals
2 & 3, with terminal 2 being the negative terminal and terminal 3 being the positive terminal. The
user determines the set-point temperature by pressing and holding the up or down arrow button
switches. The TC sends a 14-24 VDC signal to the Solid State Relay (SSR) depending upon the
relationship between actual temperature and set-point temperature. If the actual temperature rises
above maximum temperature, an internal switch contact opens thereby interrupting power.
XFMR- The Transformer steps down line voltage from 480 VAC to 240 VAC. It supplies power
to the Cool Down Timer (R1), Power Supply (PS), Main Motor (M1), and the Temperature Control (TC). When the oven is plugged in the XFMR has power. Note: The XFMR is equipped with
an integrated 15A fuse for standalone protection.
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HOOD THEORY OF OPERATION (STD w/FS)
When any one of, or all of, the Hood Operator Switches (S2, S3, & S4) are turned on;
1. The Exhaust Fan Motor (M1) located on the roof will run.
2. The Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) will display a set value. The values are preset from the
factory and can be referenced in the I&O manual.
3. The ovens associated with the corresponding switches will turn on.
The first part of the Theory of Operation explains how electrical power is delivered to the
hood and initial sequences when the main operator switch is turned on. The remainder of the Theory of Operation section explains the function of components in alphabetical order. These components are also listed on the schematic.
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Line voltage for Standard Hoods is assumed to be 208/240 VAC, 60 Hz. (1) Phase
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Line voltage for World & Australian Hoods is assumed to be 230 VAC, 50 Hz. (1) Phase
Power for the hood originates at building’s electrical service panel. A total of four (4) circuits are required; (1) is a single phase high voltage circuit for VFD/Fan circuit that connects to TS
1 terminals 1 & 2, and (2) (2, 3, and 4) are single phase low voltage minimum 20A circuits for
each oven that connect to terminals 7-8, 9-10, and 11-12 which are located on TS 1. Lights, fire
suppression, and cooling fans piggyback off the top oven power terminals 7-8 on TS 1.
Switches mounted on the hood control lighting, VFD activation, Make Up Air (MUA) activation and oven function. When S1 is activated voltage will be carried to the lights turning them
on. When XLT Ovens are installed with an AVI Hood, the Switch Relocation Cord (SRC) effectively eliminates the Main Switch located on the oven and transfers control to S2-S4switches on
the hood. When S2-S4 switches are activated a contact on the back of the switch will allow a low
voltage signal to be sent to the VFD signaling it to turn on to a set frequency, at the same time
when S2 is activated another contact switch will allow line voltage to be carried through the
Switch Relocation Cord (SRC) to the oven activating it. When S2-S4 are activated the MUA will
turn on when the VFD gets above 10 Hz. The VFD has a built in power supply that is wired to R1
then back to terminal 1 on the VFD this puts the VFD in run mode so whenever a power loss is
sensed the VFD will start back up in run Mode once power is restored. The NO switch in the fire
alarm system in the building needs to be connected to TS 2 terminals 13 & 14. When the alarm is
activated it will supply line voltage to R3 making the relay switch from NC to NO, disabling all
three ovens, shutting down MUA and disabling the lights and cooling fan at the same time. When
line voltage is supplied to the coil of R3 it also is supplied to R2, switching it from NC to NO activating the exhaust fan at fun speed
AL - The Alarm and Buzzer is the red light located on the switch plate next to the on/off switches.
The VFD triggers the alarm signal when a fault has occurred (such as a malfunction in the exhaust
fan). When the fault is cleared the alarm signal becomes inactive. The alarm is only available with
the VFD.
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CB - Circuit Breakers are used to protect electrical components. If a CB is tripped, eliminate the
cause and press the front to reset.
LT1 & LT2 - These are standard light bulbs, and should illuminate when the contacts of S1 are
closed.
LT3 – This is a green LED indicator that is driven by the VFD via R1 to indicate that the fan is
operating at 10Hz or above.
M1 – The Exhaust Fan Motor is a 3-phase, direct drive motor. In normal operation, it is powered
by the VFD and it’s RPM will vary as the frequency from the VFD varies. There are no user serviceable parts in the motor, and the bearings are permanently lubricated.
M2 & M3 – The Cooling Fan Motor is a 1-phase, direct drive motor. In normal operation, it is
powered through R1. These fans are used to keep the control box for the hood cool. There are no
user serviceable parts in the motor, and the bearings are permanently lubricated.
PLUG 1, 2, & 3 – These are circular electrical plugs on one end of the Switch Relocation Cord
(SRC). The Plugs connect to Receptacles 1, 2, & 3 on the bottom of the Hood Junction Box. The
other end of the SRC plugs into the oven wire harness, and eliminates the operator switch supplied
in the oven. Conversely, when the operator switch on the hood is turned off, the corresponding
oven is turned off as well.
R1 – Is a DPDT relay, which is a electrically operated switch. It uses an electromagnet to operate
a switching mechanism. 24vdc voltage is supplied from the VFD and current flows through a coil
in the relay, causing the contacts in the relay to close. This will complete a circuit for the M2 &
M3 to activate and turn on. R1 also switches to closed to send an activation signal back to the
MUA via terminals 15-16 on TS2.
R2 – Is a SPDT relay, which is an electrically operated switch. It uses an electromagnet to operate
a switching mechanism. No line voltage is supplied from TS2 via R3 until the fire alarm is activated. Once fire alarm is activated voltage is supplied to the coil in the relay, causing the contacts
in the relay to close. This will complete a circuit between terminal 1 and 5 on the VFD activating
the exhaust fan to run at full speed
R4,& R5- These are SPDT relays, which are electrically operated switches. They use an electromagnet to operate a switching mechanism. When S3, or S4 are activated line voltage is supplied to
the coil of corresponding relay switching it from NC to NO. This completes a circuit for a damper
that could be wired into 17- 20 on TS 2.
REC 4, 5, & 6– These are circular electrical receptacles mounted on the bottom of the Hood Junction Box. The switch relocation cord (SRC) connects into these and to main switch in the corresponding oven. This deactivates the switch on the oven and relocates the operation of it onto the
front of the hood.
S1 - This SPST (NO) switch is located on the front of the hood and controls the lights.
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S2, 3, & 4 - These DPST (NO) switches are located on the front of the hood and control the ovens, as well as initiating and sequencing the operation of the VFD and damper circuits.
Line voltage is continuously applied to pin 1 of REC 4, 5, & 6, which is connected by a
wire to a contact in S2, 3, & 4. This is shown on the schematic as the lower RH connection point
of S2, 3, & 4. When the switch contacts are closed, shown on the upper LH connection point on
the schematic, power is applied to pin 2 of the receptacles, as well as terminal A of 4, & 5. In essence, S2, 3, & 4 replace the switches on the ovens, and also energize the coils of R1, 4, & 5,
which closes the relay contacts and sends a control signal to dampers or Make-up Air System.
The other set of contacts, shown as the upper set on the schematic, connect terminal 24 of
the VFD and terminals 4, 3, & 2 respectively. The VFD generates it’s own 24 VDC signal voltage, and the switches serve as inputs to the VFD. The VFD outputs user-selected frequencies depending upon the combination of switches that are closed.
TS 1, 2, &3- These are terminal strips, which serves as a connection point for wires.
VFD - The Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) converts the AC supply voltage to DC and then converts the DC to a suitable three-phase frequency source for M1. Incoming power connects to terminals L1 & L3. M1 connects to terminals T1, T2, & T3 through TS1. The VFD generates it’s
own 24 VDC control voltage on terminal P24. S2, S3, & S4 serve as user-controlled inputs and
connect terminals 1, 2, & 3 to terminal P24. User inputs include a <RUN> and <STOP/RESET>
buttons, as well as <UP> and <DOWN> arrow buttons. A complete manual can be found at
www.xltovens.com.
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Mechanical Function
If your oven does not function properly, please verify the following conditions:
1. Verify that the power cord to the oven is connected and/or plugged in if equipped with a plug
and receptacle.
2. Check to see that the circuit breakers in the building electrical service panel have not been
tripped or turned off.
3. Check all circuit breakers on the oven control panel to ensure they have not been tripped.
4. Ensure proper voltage, amperage, and wire size.
If your oven still does not function properly, XLT has qualified customer service personnel
that can provide assistance on any type of XLT oven problem you may experience. Customer Service is available 24/7/365 at 888-443-2751, or visit www.xltovens.com.
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HOOD TROUBLESHOOTING
Initial troubleshooting of the hood:
1. Make sure that the RUN lamp and POWER lamp on the VFD are lit.
2. Check to see that the green fan LED on the switch plate is on.
3. Check the actual frequency of the VFD controller. To access the actual frequency, press and
hold the <FUNC> button until the Display Mode shows D001. Release the button, and then
press one (1) more time. This will show actual operating parameters, not programmed
parameters.
4. Check to see that the breaker in the service panel is not tripped.
5. Remove panel covering VFD to check and see if the circuit breaker is tripped.
6. Make sure the Switch Relocation Cords (SRC) are properly installed to the oven(s).
7. Check to see that the grease filters are clean & installed properly.
8. Check to see if the exhaust fan is rotating in the correct rotation. To verify fan rotation,
remove the lid on the exhaust fan. Visually inspect rotation in accordance with label on fan
housing.
The VFD has internal diagnostics, and may show the following ERROR codes:
 E01-E04 Inverter output was short circuited
 E05 motor overload is detected by electronic thermal function
 E07 DC bus voltage exceeds a threshold
 E09 DC bus voltage is below a threshold
 E14 Ground fault detected between controller output and motor
If any of the above error codes are displayed, then follow these steps to clear them.
1. Check VFD display for error code and record it.
2. Clear error by pressing the <STOP RESET> button.
3. Press the <RUN> button to activate exhaust fan.
4. Normal operation resumes with no error codes.
5. If error codes return press the <STOP RESET> button.
If the corrective actions listed above do not correct the problem, then XLT has qualified
customer service personnel that can provide assistance on any type of XLT Oven or AVI Hood
problem you may experience. Customer Service is available at 888-443-2751 24/7/365, or visit
www.xltovens.com. The website offers an interactive troubleshooting guide that can further assist
in diagnosing problems.
For repairs or maintenance of the fire suppression system and components, contact the local Ansul dealer or XLT for assistance.
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OVEN SERVICE PROCEDURES
Conveyor Control Programming Procedure
Read the entire instruction before programming.
TIP
Configuration Key Functions
<L> =
Behind the <L> in XLT is a hidden button. This is used along with the up and down
button to access the programming mode. Use this after each step to advance to the
next parameter when programming.
UP =
Increases the setting of the selected parameter.
DOWN = Decrease the setting of the selected parameter.
1. Enter Programming Mode/Program the bake length
 Press the <L> button and both <UP> and <DOWN> button simultaneously to enter
programming mode.
 0055 will appear on screen, this is already set from factory
 Press the <UP> button until the desired belt length is displayed. Belt lengths will read
as follows:
1832 = 0032
2440 = 0040
3240 = 0040
3255 = 0055
3855 = 0055
2. Program the Total Reduction Value - Press the <UP> button until the desired settings is
reached. All ovens = 300.
3. Set Speed Trimming Value - Press the <DOWN> button until the display shows 0000.
4. Set Fast Bake Limit - Press the <UP> button until the display shows 1:30.
5. Set Slow Bake Limit - Press the <UP> button until the display shows 17:00.
6. Set Conveyor Motor Rotation - Press the <UP> OR <DOWN> buttons until the display shows
1 for right-to-left direction, or 2 for left-to-right belt direction.
7. Set Conveyor Control default to 556 (in/rev).
8. Save and Exit Programming Mode - Press the <L> button two (2) times to save and exit Programming Mode.
After leaving Program Mode, 1:30 run time will appear on the display. Press and hold the <UP> or
<DOWN> buttons until desired run time appears.
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OVEN SERVICE PROCEDURES
Temperature Control Programming Procedure
Read the entire instruction before programming.
TIP
Configuration Button Functions
<FUNC> =The new setting of the selected parameter is
stored and the display advances to the next
parameter. This is required between each
parameter.
UP= Increases the setting of the selected parameter.
DOWN=Decrease the setting of the selected parameter.
1. Open V2 switch for Basic Configuration (Figure 1)
 Remove instrument from its case
 Open switch V2
 Re-insert the instrument back in its case
2. Basic Configurations
 Using the configuration buttons, scroll through
parameter codes, changing them to match (Table 1)
 After P12 _._._._. Will appear
3. Close V2 switch after Basic Configuration (Figure 1)
 Remove instrument from its case
 Close Switch V2
 Re-insert the instrument back in its case
 Error 400 will appear. Press and hold the
and
to clear
 000 will appear
4. Advanced Configurations Procedure
 Scroll through the parameter codes to nnn. Change
nnn to 311 to unlock the advanced configuration
 Using the configuration buttons, scroll through
parameter codes, changing them to match (Table 2)
 Scroll through the parameter codes again and
change the nnn to 5. This locks the advanced configuration
 Scroll through the parameter codes again and verify
nnn is ON
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P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
2˚C/10˚F
0
315˚C/600˚F
r
1
H.A.
d
OFF
0
100
311
7
Table 1
SP
nnn
AL
HSA
Pb
ti
td
1P
C
rL
rH
OLH
tOL
260˚C/500˚F
311/5
315˚C/600˚F
.1
4.0
5.0
.00
30
2
204˚C/400˚F
310˚C/590˚F
100
InF
Table 2
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Hitachi X200 Restoring AVI Defaults
Read the entire instruction before programming.
TIP
Access program parameters by pressing the <FUNC> button one time and using the up and down
arrow buttons to navigate to the appropriate parameter. Press the <FUNC> button again to make
adjustments to that parameter by using the up and down arrows. To store the new settings press the
<STR> button one time.
B031 = 01
B084 = 01
Press and hold the <FUNC> <Down Arrow> and <Stop/Reset> buttons all at the same
time. Release the buttons all at once and the country code should appear in the display (USA). Hitachi’s factory settings are now restored.
To install AVI Defaults press <FUNC> button one time and enter following parameters
A001 = 01
A003 – USA = 60 Hz. World = 50 Hz.
A082 = Supply voltage at location 200, 215, or 230 choose appropriate voltage.
A093 = 3000
A094 = 01
A096 = 10
B002 = 25
C001 = 02
C002 = 03
C003 = 04
C004 = 05
C014 = 00
F001 = See Figure 1
H004 = 4
B031 = 03
Put controller into display mode by pressing the <FUNC> button and holding until d001 appears
on the display release and then press the <FUNC> button one time. The display should show
0.0.
Test run the motor by turning on one of the oven/hood switches located on the face of the hood.
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VFD Controller Settings
Switches On
Top Middle Bottom
Single
X
X
Double
X
X
X
X
X
X
Triple
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Fire Suppression
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1832 & 2440
20 Hz
20 Hz
35 Hz
35 Hz
20 Hz
30 Hz
40 Hz
30 Hz
40 Hz
40 Hz
45 Hz
3240 & 3255
25 Hz
25 Hz
40 Hz
40 Hz
25 Hz
35 Hz
45 Hz
35 Hz
45 Hz
45 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz-DO NOT CHANGE
3855
30Hz
30Hz
45 Hz
45 Hz
30Hz
40 Hz
50 Hz
40 Hz
50 Hz
50 Hz
55 Hz
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PARTS
How to order Parts
Have all information ready when calling XLT. Below is a list of information that is required for all
orders. At the bottom of the Bill of Materials (BOM) on the following parts overview pages are
additional requirements needed depending on your parts order.
Oven/Hood information required:
 Model #
 Serial #
 Manufacture Date
 Phone #
 Contact name
 Bill to
 Ship to
 Credit card information
P.O.R = Price On Request
All prices are subject to change, contact XLT for current prices.
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Front Panel
Front Panel Knob
Crumb Tray
Conveyor
Sandwich Door
Oven Lid
Product Stop
Control Panel
Main Switch
Data Plate
Chain Guard
Document Tray
Back Wall
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OVEN PARTS-FRONT PANEL
4
5
3
6
1
2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART NUMBER
XA 6500
XA 6505
XA 6600
XF 126-2
XM 6703
XM 6704
FRONT PANEL
DESCRIPTION
Front Panel Assembly
Front Panel Knob
Sandwich Door
Screw 10-24
Door Retainer Left
Door Retainer Right
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P.O.R
$15.90
P.O.R
P.O.R
$13.80
$13.80
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OVEN PARTS-FRONT PANEL
1
3
2
EXTENDED FRONT PANEL
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
XA 6700
Extended Front Panel
2
XA 6504
Front Panel Knob Assy Ext Frt
3
XP 6505
Front Panel Knob
YOUR PRICE
P.O.R
$33.09
$14.49
Front Panel information required:
Size of Oven
Short or Long Window
Stainless or Wood Handle
3” or 5” Window Opening
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OVEN PARTS-BACK WALL
2
1
4
3
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OVEN PARTS-BACK WALL
Electric Oven Elements
Oven Size
1832-208 V
1832-240 V
1832-380 V
2440-208 V
2440-240 V
2440-380 V
2440-480 V
3240-208 V
3240-240 V
3240-380 V
3240-480 V
3255-208 V
3255-240 V
3255-380 V
3255-480 V
3855-208 V
3855-240 V
3855-380 V
3855-480 V
ITEM
1
2
3
4
208V4500W
x
x
PART NUMBER
XA 5001
SP 5009A-75
XA 5200
XP 5201/5202
240V4500W
Qty
Qty
208V5300W
x
Qty
240V5300W
Qty
x
x
3
3
x
x
x
6
6
6
x
x
x
6
6
6
3
6
x
x
x
6
6
6
x
x
x
6
6
6
6
x
x
BACK WALL
DESCRIPTION
Back Wall Assembly
Fan Motor w/ Mount 3/4 HP
Fan Blade
Heating Element
6
6
YOUR PRICE
P.O.R
$283.20
P.O.R
P.O.R
Back Wall information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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OVEN PARTS-CONVEYOR
2
3
9
7
1
5
4
6
Conveyor Drive Chain not shown
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OVEN PARTS-CONVEYOR
CONVEYOR
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
XA 7000
Conveyor Assembly
2
XA 7200
Conveyor Bearing Assembly
3
XM 7301
Conveyor Shaft Idle
4
XM 7302
Conveyor Shaft Drive
5
XP 7403
Conveyor Roll Notched
6
XP 7404
Conveyor Roll Plain
7
XP 9503
Conveyor Sprocket Driven 15
8
XP 9504
Conveyor Drive Chain
9
XP 9506
Conveyor Belt
Conveyor information required:
Oven Size
Split Belt or Standard Belt
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P.O.R
$9.30
P.O.R
P.O.R
$12.20
$11.00
$15.50
$23.60
P.O.R
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OVEN PARTS-BASE
6
1
5
2
3
4
7
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OVEN PARTS-BASE
BASE
DESCRIPTION
Base Assembly
Base Leg
Side Leg Angle
Front/Back Leg Angle
Bolster Plate
Oven Lid
Caster
ITEM
PART NUMBER
1
XA 1001
2
XM 1003-15
3
XM 1006
4
XM 1007
5
XM 1008
6
XM 1010
7
XP 1004
Base information required:
Size of Oven
Single, Double, or Triple Stack
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P.O.R
$65.40
P.O.R
P.O.R
$11.50
P.O.R
$21.60
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OVEN PARTS-FINGER GROUP
3
4
1
5
2
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OVEN PARTS-FINGER GROUP
FINGERS
DESCRIPTION
Finger Group Assembly
Finger Body Bottom
Finger Body Top
Finger Block Off Plate
Finger Outer Plate
ITEM
PART NUMBER
1
XA 8Xxxxx
2
XA 8001-B
3
XA 8001-T
4
XM 8009-S
5
XM 8xxx
Finger information required:
Size of Oven
Customer name
Part number on front of finger outer
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P.O.R
P.O.R
P.O.R
$12.60
P.O.R
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OVEN PARTS-STANDARD CONTROL BOX
Operating Position (shown with lid removed)
Service Position
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3
4
5
2
6
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART NUMBER
SP 4520-EL
XP 4501-EL
XP 4507-24-A
XP 4508-EL
XP 4515-CB
XP 4520-EL
1
CONTROL PANEL
DESCRIPTION
Fan Guard / Filter Holder
FPPG Fan EL M2
Conveyor Speed Control 24VDC
Temperature Control ELECTRIC
Circuit Breaker
Fan Filter
YOUR PRICE
$9.30
$35.20
$277.10
$343.50
$6.95
$1.95
Control Panel information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
Circuit Breaker amp rating
Conveyor Belt direction
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1
4
2
3
CONTROL BOX FRONT
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
XA 4117-12.5 RPM STD Conv Motor Assy 12.5 RPM STD
2
XP 4155
Sprocket Conveyor Drive 10T
3
XP 4101
Switch Operator
4
XP 4102
Contact Block 1 Pole w/Mount
YOUR PRICE
$305.30
$15.70
$21.40
$21.40
Control Box Front information required:
Size of Oven
Split Belt or Standard Belt
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5
6
4
3
8
7
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART NUMBER
XP 4305-50
XP 4306-50
XP 4704-230 VOLT
XP 4716
XP 5012
XP 5014-30
XP 4509
XP 4713
2
CONTROL BOX BACK
DESCRIPTION
Relay 50A Solid State
50 Amp 3 Phase Contactor
Cool Down Timer 230 Volt R1
Power Supply PS
Capacitor Boot
Capacitor Baldor 3/4 HP 30uF
Thermocouple Type K 48
High Temp Limit Switch S3
YOUR PRICE
$159.70
$236.60
$46.70
$32.40
$2.30
$18.60
$31.80
$53.10
Control Box Back information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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OVEN PARTS-STANDARD CONTROL BOX
2
1
CONTROL BOX REAR
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
XP 4302-3
3 Pole Power Block Electric
2
XP 4303
3 Pole Circuit Breaker EL
Control Box Rear information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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$121.60
$160.40
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Operating Position (shown with lid removed)
Service Position
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OVEN PARTS-WORLD CONTROL BOX
3
4
5
2
6
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART NUMBER
SP 4520-EL
XP 4501-EL
XP 4507-24-A
XP 4508-EL
XP 4515-CB
XP 4520-EL
1
CONTROL PANEL
DESCRIPTION
Fan Guard / Filter Holder
FPPG Fan EL M2
Conveyor Speed Control 24VDC
Temperature Control ELECTRIC
Circuit Breaker
Fan Filter
YOUR PRICE
$9.30
$35.20
$277.10
$343.50
$6.95
$1.95
Control Panel information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
Circuit Breaker amp rating
Conveyor Belt direction
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1
4
2
3
CONTROL BOX FRONT
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
XA 4117-12.5 RPM STD Conv Motor Assy 12.5 RPM STD
2
XP 4155
Sprocket Conveyor Drive 10T
3
XP 4101
Switch Operator
4
XP 4102
Contact Block 1 Pole w/Mount
YOUR PRICE
$305.30
$15.70
$21.40
$21.40
Control Box Front information required:
Size of Oven
Split Belt or Standard Belt
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5
6
4
3
8
7
2
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART NUMBER
XP 4305A-30
XP 4306A-30
XP 4704-230 VOLT
XP 4716
XP 5012
XP 5014-30
XP 4509
XP 4713
CONTROL BOX BACK
DESCRIPTION
Relay 30A Solid State
30 Amp 3 Phase Contactor
Cool Down Timer 230 Volt R1
Power Supply PS
Capacitor Boot
Capacitor Baldor 3/4 HP 30uF
Thermocouple Type K 48
High Temp Limit Switch S3
YOUR PRICE
$176.20
$195.80
$46.70
$32.40
$2.30
$18.60
$31.80
$53.10
Control Box Back information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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3
4
1
ITEM
1
2
3
4
PART NUMBER
XP 4302-1
XP 4302-3
XP 4303
XP 4304
2
CONTROL BOX REAR
DESCRIPTION
1 Pole Power Block Electric
3 Pole Power Block Electric
3 Pole Circuit Breaker EL
Filter EMI 4 Wire
YOUR PRICE
$16.80
$121.60
$160.40
$312.70
Control Box Rear information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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HOOD PARTS-OVERVIEW
Main Canopy
VFD Exhaust
Fan Controller
Front Shroud
Panel
End Shroud Panel (size specific)
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VFD CONTROL BOX - STANDARD
VFD Control Box w/Fire Suppression
Cooling Fan Relay (R1)
Fire Suppression Exhaust Fan Relay (R2)
Circuit Breaker
Terminal Strip (TS3)
VFD Controller
VFD Control Box (Cover removed)
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HOOD PARTS-STANDARD HOOD
6
10
4
3
5
9
8
2
1
11
13
12
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PART NUMBER
HP-1251
HP-2051
HP-2056B-120VAC
HP-2060A
HP-2063
HP-2067A-24VDC
SP-4520-GA
XP-4101
XP-4102
XP-4102-C
XP-4501-S
XP-4520-GA
XP-4701-06
VFD
DESCRIPTION
Light Assembly
VFD Hitachi X200-007NFU
Relay 5 Pin 30A 120VAC
Circuit Breaker Exhaust Fan
Alarm and Buzzer
Relay 8 Pin 30A 24VDC
Fan Guard / Filter Repl Kit GA
Switch Operator
Contact Block 1 Pole w/Mount
Contact Block 1 Pole
FPPG Fan Standard M2
Fan Filter
Terminal Strip 6 Place
7
YOUR PRICE
$57.80
$198.30
$31.00
$52.30
$25.50
$23.70
$5.60
$21.40
$21.40
$16.30
$36.20
$1.95
$5.00
VFD Control Box Back information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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VFD CONTROL BOX - WORLD
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VFD Control Box w/Fire Suppression
Circuit Breaker
Cooling Fan Relay (R1)
Fire Suppression Exhaust Fan Relay (R2)
Terminal Strip (TS3)
VFD Controller
Air Proving Circuit Relay (R4)
World Transformer
Air Proving Circuit Relay, MUA (R5)
VFD Control Box (Cover removed)
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HOOD PARTS-WORLD HOOD
8
12
11
7
6
5
1
10
2
3
7
4
13
15
9
14
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PART NUMBER
HP-1251
HP-2051
HP-2055B
HP-2059
HP-2060A
HP-2063
HP-2067A-24VAC
HP-2067A-24VDC
SP-4520-GA
XP-4101
XP-4102
XP-4102-C
XP-4501-W
XP-4520-GA
XP-4701-06
VFD
DESCRIPTION
Light Assembly
VFD Hitachi X200-007NFU
Relay 11 Pin 20A
24VAC 40VA World Transformer
Circuit Breaker Exhaust Fan
Alarm and Buzzer
Relay 8 Pin 30A 24VAC
Relay 8 Pin 30A 24VDC
Fan Guard / Filter Repl Kit GA
Switch Operator
Contact Block 1 Pole w/Mount
Contact Block 1 Pole
FPPG Fan Standard M2
Fan Filter
Terminal Strip 6 Place
YOUR PRICE
$57.80
$198.30
$50.50
$55.70
$52.30
$25.50
$23.70
$19.50
$5.60
$21.40
$21.40
$16.30
$33.70
$1.95
$5.00
VFD Control Box Back information required:
Size of Oven
Voltage
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Technical Support INTL: 316-943-2751
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - STANDARD 208/240 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - STANDARD 208/240 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - STANDARD 208/240 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - STANDARD 480 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - STANDARD 480 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - WORLD 380 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - WORLD 380 VAC
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OVEN SCHEMATIC - WORLD 380 VAC
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HOOD SCHEMATIC - STANDARD w/oFS-w/VFD
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HOOD SCHEMATIC - WORLD w/o FS-w/VFD
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HOOD SCHEMATIC - STANDARD w/FS-w/VFD
Technical Support US: 888-443-2751
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HOOD SCHEMATIC - WORLD w/FS-w/ VFD
Technical Support US: 888-443-2751
Technical Support INTL: 316-943-2751
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HOOD SCHEMATIC w/oFS-w/oVFD
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US: 888-443-2751
XLT Ovens
PO Box 9090
Wichita, Kansas 67277
FAX: 316-943-2769 INTL: 316-943-2751
WEB: www.xltovens.com
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