RACKSTAR
INSTALLATION, OPERATION,
AND SERVICE MANUAL
®
RackStar Manual • 07610-004-33-05-D
®
®
RACKSTAR SERIES CONVEYOR DISHMACHINES
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
ONE YEAR LIMITED PARTS AND 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 DATE OF
PURCHASE, BUT IN NO EVENT TO EXCEED (18) EIGHTEEN MONTHS FROM DATE OF SHIPMENT FROM THE FACTORY.
Jackson WWS agrees under this warranty to repair or replace, at its discretion, 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 instruction manual and failure is reported
to an 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 certification.
The labor to repair or replace such failed part will be paid by Jackson WWS, within the continental United States, Hawaii, and Canada,
during the warranty period provided a Jackson WWS authorized service agency, or those having prior authorization from the factory,
performs the service. Any repair work by persons other than a Jackson WWS authorized service agency is the sole responsibility of
the customer. Labor coverage is limited to regular hourly rates; overtime premiums and emergency service charges will not be paid
by Jackson WWS.
Accessory components not installed by the factory carry a (1) one year parts warranty only. Accessory components such as table limit
switches, 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 WWS.
This warranty is void if failure is a direct result from shipping, handling, fire, water, accident, misuse, acts of God, attempted repair by
unauthorized persons, improper installation, if serial number has been removed or altered, or if unit is used for a purpose other than
originally intended.
TRAVEL LIMITATIONS
Jackson WWS limits warranty travel time to (2) two hours and mileage to (100) one-hundred miles. Jackson WWS will not pay for
travel time and mileage that exceeds this, or any additonal fees—such as those for air or boat travel—without prior authorization.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
To register your product, go to www.jacksonwws.com or call 1-888-800-5672. Failure to register your product will void the warranty.
REPLACEMENT PARTS WARRANTY
Jackson replacement parts are warranted for a period of (90) ninety days from date of installation or (180) one-hundred-eighty
days from the date of shipment from the factory, whichever occurs first.
PRODUCT CHANGES AND UPDATES
Jackson WWS reserves the right to make changes in the design and specification of any equipment as engineering or necessity
requires.
THIS IS THE ENTIRE AND ONLY WARRANTY OF JACKSON WWS. 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 WWS BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL, OR FOR 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 ANYTIME. NOR DOES IT COVER ADJUSTMENTS SUCH
AS, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, TIMER CAMS, THERMOSTATS, OR DOORS BEYOND (30) THIRTY DAYS FROM THE DATE OF
INSTALLATION. IN ADDITION, THE WARRANTY WILL ONLY COVER REPLACEMENT WEAR ITEMS SUCH AS CURTAINS,
DRAIN BALLS, DOOR GUIDES, OR GASKETS DURING THE FIRST (30) THIRTY DAYS AFTER INSTALLATION. ALSO,
NOT COVERED ARE CONDITIONS CAUSED BY THE USE OF INCORRECT (NON-COMMERICAL) GRADE DETERGENTS,
INCORRECT WATER TEMPERATURE OR PRESSURE, OR HARD WATER CONDITIONS.
REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Letter
Revision
Date
Made
by
Applicable
ECNs
A
9-21-16
JH
N/A
Initial release of manual.
N/A
Corrected delime instructions.
Corrected P/Ns for item #6 on pg. 42.
Updated pg. 13 to change the pressure regulator from standard to optional.
Updated Miscellaneous Electrical Components page.
Added a Door Assemblies page.
Added a Frame Assembly page.
Added Display Fault Codes.
8438
8504
8524
8526
8546
8547
8569
8570
8578
8579
Added the Energy Recovery unit to the manual.
Changed maximum water hardness to 3 GPG.
Added a Connection Points section to pg. 24.
Changed detergent connection point location on pg. 24.
Added links to external device and exhaust fan timer instructions to pg. 25.
Added Steam unit dimensional drawings.
Changed inlet steam flow pressure to 10-30 PSI.
Changed plumbing throughout to single-point connection.
Added dispenser connection fuses and P/Ns to pg. 41.
Updated Pawl Bar Assembly, pg. 57.
Corrected Rack Paddle Assembly, pg. 58.
Replaced item #12 on pgs. 59 and 60 with new part.
Added Drive Plate components to pg. 60.
Added communication cable to Display Assembly page.
Added a Frame Assembly page.
Replaced item #7 on pg. 66 with new part.
Changed P/N of Drive Link on pg. 67.
Added Booster Heater Add-on Kit to pg. 70.
Updated schematics.
B
C
D
10-25-16
1-19-18
3-13-18
JH
JH
JH
N/A
Details
Updated dimensional drawings with depiction of drain air-gap and associated
specifications.
Updated Drain Line Connection section to be more descriptive and added
depiction of drain air-gap and associated specifications.
NOMENCLATURE
RackStar® 44
RackStar® 66
Electrically-heated rack conveyor machine,
available in chemical-sanitizing and
hot-water-sanitizing models.
RackStar® 44ER
RackStar® 66ER
Electrically-heated, hot-water-sanitizing
rack conveyor machine
with Energy Recovery System.
®
RackStar 44S
RackStar® 66S
Steam-heated, hot-water-sanitizing
rack conveyor machine.
The manufacturer provides
technical support for all of
the dishmachines detailed
in this manual. We strongly
recommend that you refer to
this manual before making a call
to our technical support staff.
Please have this manual open
when you call so that our staff
can refer you, if necessary, to
the proper page.
Technical support is not
available
on holidays.
Contact technical support toll
free at 1-888-800-5672.
Technical support is available
for service personnel only.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GUIDES
Symbols.......................................................................................................................................1
Abbreviations & Acronyms...........................................................................................................1
SPECIFICATIONS
Electric Dimensions.....................................................................................................................2
Energy Recovery Dimensions.....................................................................................................6
Steam Dimensions....................................................................................................................10
Side-loader Dimensions............................................................................................................14
Steam Booster Dimensions.......................................................................................................15
Operating Parameters...............................................................................................................16
Electrical Requirements.............................................................................................................18
INSTALLATION
Installation Instructions.............................................................................................................. 20
Inspection....................................................................................................................... 20
Unpacking....................................................................................................................... 20
Leveling.......................................................................................................................... 20
Plumbing......................................................................................................................... 20
Drain Line Connection.................................................................................................... 21
Steam Line Connection.................................................................................................. 21
Electrical Power Connections......................................................................................... 22
Ventilation....................................................................................................................... 23
Thermostats.................................................................................................................... 23
Chemical Feeder Equipment.......................................................................................... 23
Connection Points........................................................................................................... 24
External Device Wiring.................................................................................................... 25
Exhaust Fan Timer.......................................................................................................... 25
Curtain Installation.......................................................................................................... 26
OPERATION
Operating Instructions............................................................................................................... 27
Preparation..................................................................................................................... 27
Power Up........................................................................................................................ 27
First Rack........................................................................................................................ 28
Ware Preparation............................................................................................................ 28
Washing a Rack of Ware................................................................................................ 28
Operational Inspection.................................................................................................... 28
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OPERATION
Shutdown & Cleaning..................................................................................................... 29
Display Instructions......................................................................................................... 30
Delime Instructions......................................................................................................... 31
MAINTENANCE
Preventative Maintenance......................................................................................................... 32
TROUBLESHOOTING
Common Problems.................................................................................................................... 33
Display Programming................................................................................................................ 35
Fault Codes............................................................................................................................... 37
PARTS
Control Box Components.......................................................................................................... 39
Display Assembly...................................................................................................................... 40
Miscellaneous Electrical Components....................................................................................... 41
Wash Heater & Heater Shroud Assemblies............................................................................... 42
Pump Suction Assembly............................................................................................................ 43
Wash Heaters............................................................................................................................ 44
Plumbing Assemblies................................................................................................................ 45
Pre-wash Fill Plumbing.............................................................................................................. 47
Energy Recovery Plumbing Assemblies.................................................................................... 48
Wash Manifold & Arm Assembly................................................................................................ 51
Pre-wash Manifold & Arm Assembly.......................................................................................... 53
Rinse Assembly......................................................................................................................... 55
Pawl Bar Assembly.................................................................................................................... 57
Rack Paddle Assembly.............................................................................................................. 58
Drive Assembly.......................................................................................................................... 59
Ventilation Cowl......................................................................................................................... 61
Ventilation Cowl for Unhooded Side-loader............................................................................... 62
Motor Overloads........................................................................................................................ 63
Side-loaders.............................................................................................................................. 64
Side-loader Drive Linkage......................................................................................................... 67
Steam Coil Assembly.......................................................................................................... 68
Booster Heater Option (Electric)................................................................................................ 69
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PARTS
Booster Heater Add-on Kit (Electric).......................................................................................... 70
Frame Assembly........................................................................................................................ 71
Door Assemblies........................................................................................................................ 72
Energy Recovery System.......................................................................................................... 73
Miscellaneous Parts.............................................................................................................. 75
Plumbing Options.................................................................................................................. 76
SCHEMATICS
Booster Heater, 3-Phase........................................................................................................... 77
Booster Heater, 1-Phase, 12 kW............................................................................................... 78
Booster Heater, 1-Phase, 18 kW............................................................................................... 79
Steam Booster Heater............................................................................................................... 80
RackStar 208/230 V, 50/60 Hz, 1-Phase................................................................................... 81
RackStar 208/230 V, 50/60 Hz, 3-Phase................................................................................... 82
RackStar 380/480 V, 50/60 Hz, 3-Phase................................................................................... 83
RackStar Steam........................................................................................................................ 84
RackStar Side-loader................................................................................................................ 85
ADDENDUM
Display Template....................................................................................................................... 86
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GUIDES
GUIDES
SYMBOLS
!
- risk of injury to personnel.
!
- risk of damage to equipment.
WARNING
CAUTION
- risk of electrical shock.
- caustic chemicals.
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- reference data plate.
- lockout electrical power.
NOTICE
- important note.

- instructions hyperlink.
ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS
ANSI - American National Standards Institute
CFM - Cubic Feet per Minute
ER - Energy Recovery
GHT - Garden Hose Thread
GPM - Gallons per Minute
GPG - Grains per Gallon
HP - Horse Power
Hz - Hertz
ID - Inside Diameter
kW - Kilowatts
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association
NPT - National Pipe Thread
ppm - Parts per Million
PSI - Pounds per Square Inch
V - Volts
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SPECIFICATIONS
44" ELECTRIC DIMENSIONS
44" LEFT-TO-RIGHT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN (18 kW Booster),
140 °F MIN (12 kW Booster), or
180 °F MIN (No Booster))
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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44" ELECTRIC DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
44" RIGHT-TO-LEFT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN (18 kW Booster),
140 °F MIN (12 kW Booster), or
180 °F MIN (No Booster))
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
19 3/4”
502
CLEARANCE
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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SPECIFICATIONS
66" ELECTRIC DIMENSIONS
66" LEFT-TO-RIGHT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Main Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN (18 kW Booster),
140 °F MIN (12 kW Booster), or
180 °F MIN (No Booster))
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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66" ELECTRIC DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
66" RIGHT-TO-LEFT
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increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
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A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Main Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN (18 kW Booster),
140 °F MIN (12 kW Booster), or
180 °F MIN (No Booster))
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
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Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
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Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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SPECIFICATIONS
44" ENERGY RECOVERY DIMENSIONS
44" LEFT-TO-RIGHT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Energy Recovery Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 55 °F MIN)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
8”
[202 mm]
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SPECIFICATIONS
44" ENERGY RECOVERY DIMENSIONS
44" RIGHT-TO-LEFT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Energy Recovery Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 55 °F MIN)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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SPECIFICATIONS
66" ENERGY RECOVERY DIMENSIONS
66" LEFT-TO-RIGHT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Energy Recovery Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 55 °F MIN)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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SPECIFICATIONS
66" ENERGY RECOVERY DIMENSIONS
66" RIGHT-TO-LEFT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 110 °F MIN)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Energy Recovery Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 55 °F MIN)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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44" STEAM DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
44" LEFT-TO-RIGHT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 180 °F MIN Supplied from
Steam Booster)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Steam Connection
(3/4" NPT)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
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SPECIFICATIONS
44" STEAM DIMENSIONS
44" RIGHT-TO-LEFT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 180 °F MIN Supplied from
Steam Booster)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Steam Connection
(3/4" NPT)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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66" STEAM DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
66" LEFT-TO-RIGHT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 180 °F MIN Supplied from
Steam Booster)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Steam Connection
(3/4" NPT)
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increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
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Must Install
Machine Drain
Must Install Machine
Line above
Machine Drain
Drain Line
3” [76 mm]
Machine
Line above
[38 mm]
Minimum Floor 1 1/2”
Drain Line
3” [76 mm] Minimum
Drain or Sink
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum Floor
Must NOT Be
Minimum
Drain or SinkReduced
Must NOT Be
1 1/2”
Reduced
[38 mm]
1 1/2”
Minimum
[38 mm] Air-gap
Minimum
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Air-gap
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SPECIFICATIONS
66" STEAM DIMENSIONS
66" RIGHT-TO-LEFT
A - Electrical Connection
(Provided on both sides of unit)
B - Water Inlet
(1/2" NPT, 180 °F MIN Supplied from
Steam Booster)
C - Drain Connection
(1 1/2" NPT)
D - Vent Connections
(Including Dampers)
E - Steam Connection
(3/4" NPT)
All dimensions from the floor can be
increased 1 3/4" using the machine’s
adjustable feet.
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
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SIDE-LOADER DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
23" L-R UNHOODED
SIDE-LOADER
23" R-L UNHOODED
SIDE-LOADER
30 5/16”
30 5/16”
29”
29”
16 3/8”
16 3/8”
23”
23”
Dimension is 30" for the 30”
unhooded side-loader.
Dimension is 30" for the 30”
unhooded side-loader.
Adjustable Ventilation
Duct Adapter
Adjustable Ventilation
Duct Adapter
Ventilation Scoop
Ventilation Scoop
Ventilation Cowl
with Cut-out for
L-R Units
Ventilation Cowl
with Cut-out for
R-L Units
22”
22”
10”
10”
Electrical
Conduit
Electrical
Conduit
34” ± 1”
34” ± 1”
Side-loader
Drain Hose
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Side-loader
Drain Hose
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STEAM BOOSTER DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
33
11
16”
20 1 4 ”
W1
S
E
10
1 34 ”
W2
PS
PW
PW
PS
1 ”
8
W2
PS
S
S
PW
W1
E
11 18 ”
3
2 78”
11 8 ”
17
1
2”
14 58 ”
20
3
24”
4”
33 1 8 ”
W2
3 38 ”
3
19 8 ”
1
20 8 ”
E
C
22”
28 58 ”
Click here for the Steam Booster manual.
C
7 12 ”
8 58 ”
22”
8 78 ”
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E
Main Electrical Connection (7/8" Hole)
PS
Steam Pressure Relief Outlet (1" NPT)
W1
Main Inlet Water Connection
(3/4" NPT, 110 °F MIN, 20 ± 5 PSI)
S
Steam Supply to Booster (1" NPT)
Water Outlet Connection (3/4" NPT)
C
Steam Condensate Connection (3/4" NPT)
W2
PW
Water Pressure Relief Outlet (3/4" NPT)
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OPERATING PARAMETERS
SPECIFICATIONS
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Racks per Hour
223
223
223
223
223
223
Dishes per Hour
5,575
5,575
5,575
5,575
5,575
5,575
Glasses per Hour
8,028
8,028
8,028
8,028
8,028
8,028
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Wash Tank
25
25
25
25
25
25
Pre-wash Tank
N/A
15.8
N/A
15.8
N/A
15.8
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Operating Capacity:
Tank Capacity (Gallons):
Electrical Loads:
Wash Motor HP
3
3
3
3
3
3
Drive Motor HP
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
Pre-wash Motor HP
N/A
2
N/A
2
N/A
2
Wash Heater kW
15
15
N/A
N/A
15
15
NOTICE Always refer to the machine data plate for specific electrical and water requirements.
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OPERATING PARAMETERS
SPECIFICATIONS
HOT-WATER SANITIZING
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Pre-wash Temperature
N/A
110-140
N/A
110-140
N/A
110-140
Minimum Wash Temperature
160
160
160
160
160
160
Incoming Rinse Temperature
180
180
180
180
180
180
12 kW Booster
140
140
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
18 kW Booster
110
110
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
27 kW Booster
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
110
110
180
180
No Booster
180
180
(from Steam
Booster)
(from Steam
Booster)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
55
55
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Pre-wash Temperature
N/A
110-140
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Minimum Wash Temperature
120
120
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Incoming Rinse Temperature
120
120
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Minimum Incoming Water
Temperature
110
110
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Water Flow Pressure (PSI)
15
15
15
15
15
15
Flow Rate Minimum (GPM)
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
Water Line Size (NPT)
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Drain Line Size (NPT)
1 1/2"
1 1/2"
1 1/2"
1 1/2"
1 1/2"
1 1/2"
RackStar
44
RackStar
66
RackStar
44S
RackStar
66S
RackStar
44ER
RackStar
66ER
Steam Line for Wash Tank (NPT)
N/A
N/A
3/4"
3/4"
N/A
N/A
Steam Flow Pressure (PSI)
N/A
N/A
10-30
10-30
N/A
N/A
Consumption @ 15 PSI (lbs/hr)
N/A
N/A
60
60
N/A
N/A
Water Temperatures (°F):
Minimum Incoming Water Temperature
Minimum Incoming Cold Water
Temperature (ER Units Only)
CHEMICAL SANITIZING
Water Temperatures (°F):
Other Water Requirements:
Steam Requirements:
NOTICE
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Always refer to the machine data plate for specific electrical and water requirements.
The material provided on this page is for reference only and may change without notice.
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SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
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All electrical ratings provided in this manual are for reference only. Always refer to the machine data plate to get the exact
electrical information for this machine. All electrical work performed on machines should be done in accordance
with applicable local, state, territorial, and national codes. Work should only be performed by qualified electricians and
authorized service agents.
NOTICE All electrical wiring used in the dishmachine must be rated, at a minimum, for 212 °F (100 °C), and only copper
conductors must be used.
Where applicable, heating element amperage draws have been adjusted for the assumed input voltage. The manufacturer
assumes incoming voltages will be either 208, 230, or 460 Volts. Some of the heating elements used in our machines are
actually rated for other voltages, such as 240 or 480 Volts. Always verify the amperage draw of the machine in operation
when sizing circuit protection.
If the machine is equipped with the optional rinse heater, note the rinse heater has its own electrical connection and
therefore requires a separate service. Amperage loads for motors and heaters are called out on the machine data plate
for the installation/service technician.
The electrical configurations of the machines are as follows:
Available Electrical Characteristics:
• 208 V, 60 Hz, Single-phase
•
•
•
•
230 V, 60 Hz, Single-phase
208 V, 60 Hz, Three-phase
230 V, 60 Hz, Three-phase
460 V, 60 Hz, Three-phase
Available Wash Tank Heaters:
• 15 kW
Available Booster Tank Heaters:
• None (standard)
• 12 kW (40 °F rise in temperature)
• 18 kW (70 °F rise in temperature)
• 27 kW (ER unit only)
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
SPECIFICATIONS
44"
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Volts
Phase
Hz
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
Wash
Heater
Amps
Total
Load
208
1
60
10.0
1.8
72.1
83.9
230
1
60
10.0
1.8
59.9
71.7
208
3
60
8.6
1.1
41.6
51.3
230
3
60
8.4
1.1
34.6
44.1
460
3
60
4.2
0.6
17.3
22.1
66"
Volts
Phase
Hz
Prewash
Motor
Amps
208
1
60
10.2
10.0
1.8
72.1
94.1
230
1
60
9.4
10.0
1.8
59.9
81.1
208
3
60
6.2
8.6
1.1
41.7
58.3
230
3
60
6.4
8.4
1.1
34.6
50.5
460
3
60
3.2
4.2
0.6
17.3
25.3
44" Steam
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
Wash
Heater
Amps
Total
Load
Volts
Phase
Hz
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
Total
Load
208
1
60
10.0
1.8
11.8
230
1
60
10.0
1.8
208
3
60
8.6
230
3
60
460
3
60
66" Steam
Volts
Phase
Hz
Prewash
Motor
Amps
11.8
208
1
60
10.2
10.0
1.8
22.0
1.1
9.7
230
1
60
9.4
10.0
1.8
21.2
8.4
1.1
9.5
208
3
60
6.2
8.6
1.1
15.9
4.2
0.6
4.8
230
3
60
9.4
10.0
1.1
20.5
460
3
60
3.2
4.2
0.6
8.0
40 °F Rise – 12 kW Booster
Wash
Motor
Amps
Drive
Motor
Amps
Total
Load
70 °F Rise – 18 kW Booster
Volts
Phase
Hz
Rinse
Heater
Amps
Volts
Phase
Hz
Rinse
Heater
Amps
208
1
60
57.7
208
1
60
82.7
230
1
60
47.9
230
1
60
71.9
208
3
60
33.3
208
3
60
47.7
230
3
60
27.7
230
3
60
41.5
460
3
60
13.8
460
3
60
20.7
Blower/Dryer
Volts
Phase
Hz
Amps
208
3
60
32.2
230
3
60
22.9
460
3
60
13.4
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NOTICE On the 208 V machines, the rinse heater is actually rated at 17.2 kW.
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INSTALLATION
INSPECTION
Do not throw away
the packaging if
damage is evident!
UNPACKING
LEVELING
PLUMBING
The plumber MUST flush
the incoming water line!
INSTRUCTIONS
Before installing the unit, check the packaging and machine for damage. Damaged
packaging is an indication there is possible damage to the product. If there is any type of
damage to both the packaging and the unit, DO NOT THROW AWAY THE PACKAGING.
The dishmachine has been previously inspected at the factory and is expected to arrive
in new, undamaged condition. However, rough handling by carriers or others might result in
damage to the unit while in transit. If this occurs, DO NOT RETURN THE UNIT TO THE
MANUFACTURER. Instead, contact the carrier and ask them to send a representative to
the site to inspect the damage and request that an inspection report be completed. Contact
the carrier and dealer that sold you the unit within 48 hours of receiving the machine and
report possible freight damage.
The machine should be unpacked and removed from the pallet before installing. Remove
the wooden lift beams and their associated brackets after the unit has been positioned.
Open the front door and remove all materials from inside. Once unpacked, verify there are
no missing parts. If a part is missing, contact the manufacturer immediately.
The dishmachine is designed to operate while level. This is important to prevent any damage
to the machine during operation and to ensure the best results. The unit comes equipped
with adjustable bullet feet, which can be turned using a pair of pliers. Verify the unit is level
from front-to-back and side-to-side before making any electrical or plumbing connections.
All plumbing connections must adhere to local, state, territorial, and national codes. The
installing plumber is responsible for ensuring the incoming water lines are flushed of debris
before connecting the machine. Note that chips and materials from cutting processes can
become lodged in the solenoid valves and prevent them from opening or closing. Any
valves that are found to be fouled or defective because of foreign matter left in the water
line and any subsequent water damage are not the responsibility of the manufacturer.
Water hardness should be a maximum of 3 GPG. Hard water should be treated before
being used by the machine. Iron in the water line can cause staining. A filter designed
to remove iron from the water supply is highly recommended for supplies in excess of
0.1 ppm.
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The manufacturer has an optional water pressure regulator (supplied on ER units only) to
accommodate areas where water pressure fluctuates or is higher than the recommended
pressure (see the Plumbing Options page). The unit uses a flow pressure of 15 PSI for
the incoming water line. Do not confuse static pressure with flow pressure. Static pressure
occurs when there is no flow and the valves are closed. Flow pressure occurs when water
is running into the machine. The pressure regulator should be adjusted to the proper flow
pressure indicated on the data plate.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
PLUMBING
The water supply line must be 1/2" NPT minimum and must be able to provide water at the
minimum temperature indicated on the machine data plate.
A shut-off valve (not supplied) should be installed to isolate the dishmachine from the
water system in the event service is required. An optional shock absorber (not supplied)
should also be installed on the incoming water line (see the Plumbing Options page). This
prevents water hammer (hydraulic shock) from causing damage to the equipment.
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DRAIN LINE
CONNECTION
The drain for the unit is a gravity-discharge drain. All piping to the machine drain must be
a minimum 1 1/2” NPT and must not be reduced. There must be a minimum 1 1/2" air-gap
between the machine drain line and the floor drain or sink. The floor drain or sink must be
a minimum 3" NPT. If a grease trap is required by code, it should have a flow capacity of
5 GPM. 44" units have one drain connection point and 66" units have two (connected and
drained into one facility floor drain or sink).
Machine
Drain Line
1 1/2” [38 mm]
Minimum
Must NOT Be
Reduced
Must Install
Machine Drain
Line above
3” [76 mm]
Minimum Floor
Drain or Sink
1 1/2”
[38 mm]
Minimum
Air-gap
Drain
Connection
1 1/2” [38 mm]
STEAM LINE
CONNECTION
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
The steam machines come with lines to connect the source steam. Connect all steam
lines to the machine as all applicable codes provide. See machine data plate for
information concerning steam flow pressure.
Click here for the Steam Booster manual.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL
POWER
CONNECTIONS
All electrical connections must be made in accordance with applicable portions of local,
state, territorial, and national codes.
Refer to the data plate for machine operating requirements, machine voltage, total
amperage and serial number.
1. Locate main power terminal blocks (for the dishmachine and for the rinse booster
heater, if applicable) at the top of the machine.
2. Remove the top cover to access terminal blocks.
Disconnect electrical
power at the breaker
or disconnect switch
and tag-out in
accordance with
procedures and codes.
3. Route incoming power lines within conduit that will connect via fittings to the prepunched holes in the back of the control box.
4. Install power and ground wires to lugs as indicated by the appropriate decals in the
control box. Use copper conductors only. Use of an anti-oxidation agent is
permissible on the power connections.
NOTICE
3Φ
Imbalanced
wild leg goes
to L3.
Ground
L1
L2
3Φ
3Φ
L1
L3
Ground
L2
L3
5. Tighten all connections.
6. Verify the incoming voltage matches the voltage indicated on the decal next to the
incoming power pre-punched hole.
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CAUTION
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NOTICE The dishmachine has a separate power connection from the rinse booster
heater and the circuit protection requirements are different for each. Refer to the
machine data plate for information on minimum circuit protection.
CAUTION! Improperly connecting external devices can cause damage to the machine
and/or electrical infrastructure! See the External Device Wiring section.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
VENTILATION
The dishmachine should be located with an adequate exhaust hood or ventilation system
with provisions for venting. This is essential to permit efficient removal of the condensation
exhaust. Ensure the exhaust system is acceptable in accordance with applicable codes
and standards.
NOTICE
Any damage caused by steam and/or moisture due to improper ventilation
is NOT covered under the warranty.
Dishmachine ventilation requirements:
•
•
Load End: 200 CFM
Unload End: 200 CFM
The exhaust system must be sized to handle this volume for the dishmachine to operate
properly.
THERMOSTATS
CHEMICAL
FEEDER
EQUIPMENT
The thermostats on this unit have been set at the factory for the wash tank and should only
be adjusted by an authorized service agent.
This dishmachine does not come with an integral chemical supply/feeder system. For
the dishmachine to operate correctly, connect it to a third-party chemical dispenser (see
Connection Points section) that meets the requirements of NSF Standard 29. Contact a
chemical supplier about connecting a dispenser to the dishmachine. Chemical dispensers
must be set for the type and concentration of chemicals being used.
Detergent usage and water hardness are two factors that contribute greatly to how
efficiently the dishmachine will operate. Using the proper amount of detergent can be a
source of substantial savings. A qualified water treatment specialist can explain what is
needed to gain the maximum efficiency from detergent.
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The dishmachine can operate in either hot-water-sanitizing mode or chemical-sanitizing
mode. The mode of the machine is marked above the machine's data plate.
If the unit is operated in chemical-sanitizing mode, ensure an appropriate chlorine-based
sanitizer is used in the final rinse line.
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WARNING
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WARNING! Some of the chemicals used in dishwashing can cause chemical burns if they
come in contact with skin. Wear protective gear when handling these chemicals. If any
skin comes in contact with these chemicals, immediately follow the treatment instructions
provided with the chemicals.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
CONNECTION
POINTS
L-R unit shown.
Adjustable Feet
Drain Connection
Bulkhead Opening for
Conductivity Probe
Main Electrical Opening
(provided on both sides of unit)
Incoming Water
Booster Heater
Electrical Opening
(provided on both
sides of unit)
L-R unit shown.
Detergent Tube
Connection Point*
(rinse side of unit)
Drain Connection
*See next page for rinse-aid and sanitizer tube connections.
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INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
CONNECTION
POINTS
L-R unit shown.
Rinse-aid and sanitizer
tube connections shown
to the right.
S: Sanitizer (1/8" NPT)
L-R unit shown.
RED/BLU
RED/YEL
BLK/GRY
WHT
WHT/BLK
R: Rinse-aid (1/8" NPT)
WHT
BLK
RED
View of machine to the
right is a top view with
the panel removed.
Fuse Block
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER TO MACHINE BEFORE SERVICING
Rinse-aid and detergent
dispenser connections
shown to the right.
EXTERNAL
DEVICE WIRING
EXHAUST FAN
CONNECTION
MAXIMUM LOAD
1 AMP FA, 240/120 VAC
INPUT L1
(EXTERNAL)
CONSTANT VOLTAGE
CONNECTION
RINSE-AID DISPENSER
CONNECTION
LIVE WHEN MACHINE
POWER SWITCH IS ON
LIVE WHEN RINSE
VALVE IS OPEN
DETERGENT
DISPENSER
CONNECTION
LIVE WHEN WASH
PUMP MOTOR IS ON
OUTPUT TO FUSE: 200 mA SLOW-ACTING FUSE: 200 mA SLOW-ACTING FUSE: 200 mA SLOW-ACTING
EXT. RELAY
120 VAC OUT
120 VAC OUT
120 VAC OUT
Click here for an external device (exhaust fan, etc.) wiring instruction sheet. The sheet
can also be accessed by navigating to it on our website. Follow the instruction sheet
carefully when wiring any external device.

EXHAUST FAN
TIMER

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Click here for instructions on programming the exhaust fan timer. The instructions can
also be accessed by navigating to them on our website.
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CURTAIN INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
The unit has decals marking the curtain locations inside the machine, starting at the load end and ending at the unload
end. The illustrations below indicate the size of the curtain to be placed on the curtain hooks provided. If any curtain
components are missing, these must be obtained and installed before operation.
DETERMINING CONVEYER DIRECTION: The dishmachine will be configured for either Left-to-Right or Right-to-Left
operation. Direction is from the load end to the unload end, as shown below.
44" Left-to-Right
XL
S
44" Right-to-Left
L
L
Load
XL
XL
Unload
L
L
Unload
S
XL
Load
66" Left-to-Right
Pre-wash
XL
S
L S
L
L
XL
Unload
Load
66" Right-to-Left
Pre-wash
XL
L
L S L
S
XL
Load
Unload
IMPORTANCE OF PROPER CURTAIN PLACEMENT: The curtains inside the dishmachine must be installed properly
for the machine to operate correctly. Curtains are used to control air currents inside the unit and assist in maintaining the heat
necessary to keep energy costs down. Note the approximate locations for each type of curtain in the above illustrations.
S = Short, L = Long, and XL = Extra Long. See the chart below for actual curtain lengths and part numbers. Note the
different part numbers for the curtain and curtain rod for the load end when a side-loader option is present.
Legend
Length
Part #
S
12"
08415-131-73-44
L
19"
08415-002-14-41
XL
24.25"
08415-002-47-37
Curtain Rod
20.50"
05700-003-77-52
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Side-loader
Option
Part #
XL
(Load End Only)
08415-003-84-88
Curtain Rod
(Load End Only)
05700-003-84-57
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
PREPARATION
Before operating the unit, verify the following:
•The strainers are installed.
•The drain valve is closed.
•The actuator switches move with relative freedom and do not bind.
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•The curtains are installed correctly.
POWER UP
To place the unit in standby, press the POWER button on the display.
1.The unit will automatically determine if there is proper water level in the wash tank. If
not, the unit will begin to fill until the appropriate level is reached.
2.If the wash tank temperature is not at the minimum level for the mode of operation, the
wash heater will energize. Refer to the machine data plate for a better understanding
of the minimum temperatures needed to operate the unit correctly. It might take several
minutes for the wash tank to heat up, depending on the initial temperature of the water.
3.If the machine is equipped with a rinse booster option, the booster will turn on when the
unit turns on.
4.If the machine is heated with a steam booster, the steam booster must be turned on in
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
5.Do not attempt to start the unit until:
a. The unit stops filling. b. The unit has reached the appropriate wash tank temperature.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
FIRST RACK
WARE
PREPARATION
The first rack of ware that is placed in the unit will typically reduce the temperature of
the wash tank and might need to be run through the unit again. This process might
be necessary any time the unit has not been operated for an extended period of time,
although this is dependent on the type of ware being used, its temperature, and the
ambient temperature of the kitchen area. To ensure proper operation, always observe the
temperatures of the wash and rinse when first starting the unit.
Proper preparation of ware is essential for the smooth, efficient operation of this
dishmachine.
Any ware placed in the unit should have all solid food waste and scraps removed. Ware
should also be sprayed-down before entering the dishmachine.
Place cups and glasses upside-down in racks so they don't hold water during the cycle.
Pre-soak flatware in warm water to help remove food. Load plates and saucers in the
same direction, with the food surface facing the unload end of the machine.
WASHING A
RACK OF WARE
This dishmachine is designed to wash ware that is placed in a rack. Materials should not
be placed in the unit unless they are properly secured in a dish rack.
To start the cycle, gently push the rack into the unit on the load end. Once the wash
actuator has moved sufficiently, the unit will automatically begin to convey the dish rack
through the unit. The entire cycle is automatic.
OPERATIONAL
INSPECTION
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Operators should periodically review the following items while the machine is operating.
These items are important for operating the machine efficiently.
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•
•
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Review wash and rinse temperatures and compare to the minimums on the data plate.
Verify the pan strainers are not becoming clogged. Keeping these free of soil and
debris allows for better water flow through the machine and helps prevent redeposit
issues.
Water pressure: the dishmachine is designed to run at a minimum of 15 PSI; if it is any
lower there will not be enough rinse water to properly remove detergent from the ware.
Wash and rinse-arm nozzles should be free of debris. Open nozzles are essential to
the operation of the dishmachine.
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OPERATION
SHUTDOWN &
CLEANING
!
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.Turn machine off by pressing the POWER button.
2.Open access door and allow steam/heat to escape.
3.Turn drain handle to “OPEN” and allow tub to drain.
WARNING! Wash tank water will be hot.
WARNING
4.Remove the strainers, hand-scrape foodsoil into trash, and spray with pre-rinse hose.
5.Rinse the float switch off and rinse the tank out; inspect tank for debris and check
O-ring seal.
6.Remove curtains, scrub with mild detergent and brush, and allow to air-dry.
Self-cleaning arms do not
require daily cleaning.
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7.Wash & Rinse Arms:
a. As needed, fill the tub with water.
b. Remove the end-caps from the arms.
c. Run an empty rack through the machine.
d. If necessary:
i. Clean nozzles with a brush.
ii. Use a small wire or toothpick to remove remaining debris or lime deposits from the nozzles.
iii. Flush the arms with water.
iv. Replace end-caps and ensure they have
been tightened.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
SHUTDOWN &
CLEANING
8. Spray or wipe out interior of machine.
9. Ensure the strainers, curtains, and wash and rinse arms are clean and securely
in place.
10. Use stainless steel polish to clean and protect outside of dishmachine.
DISPLAY
INSTRUCTIONS
Rinse Modes
•
Press the I Key for ECONO RINSE.
•
Press the II Key for TURBO RINSE.
Checking Cycle Count
•
While the unit is powered off, press and hold the POWER button. The total cycle
count will display for several seconds, followed by a normal .ON state.
General
1. When main power is first connected to the unit, the digital display will sequence
through its LEDs to show all are functional.
2. The unit will then go into Standby Mode (blank display).
3. Press the POWER button.
4. The display will show “Heating” until the wash tank reaches operating temperature.
Cycle Light
Delime Key
125 F
Power Button
HEATING
CYCLE 1
Rinse Options
5. The display will show “Ready” when the unit is ready to use.
180 F
READY
CYCLE 1
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
DISPLAY
INSTRUCTIONS
DELIME
INSTRUCTIONS
Operational Messages
DISPLAY
CONDITION
"Check doors"
One of the doors is not fully closed or one of the switches is not being
triggered.
"Filling"
The wash tank is filling with water.
"Heating"
The unit is heating the water in the wash tank.
"Delime"
The Delime Button has been pressed.
"Ready"
The dishmachine is ready for operation.
"Wash Temp”
A rack of dishes is progressing through the wash section.
Alternates “Wash Temp”
& “Rinse Temp”
A rack of dishes is progressing through the rinse section.
To proceed with the delime operation, fill the dishmachine with the correct amount of delime
solution as recommended by the chemical supplier. The tank capacities of the machine can
be found in the Specifications section of this manual.
After the chemicals are added, perform the following steps:
1. Press the DELIME button.
2. Disconnect or turn off chemical feeder pumps.
3. Close the doors.
4. Press the POWER button and run the machine for the length of time
recommended by the chemical supplier.
5. Press the POWER button to shut the unit off.
6. Wait five minutes, then inspect the inside of the machine. If the machine is not
delimed, run again.
7. Once clean, drain and re-fill the machine and run two cycles to remove residual
deliming solution.
8. Drain and re-fill the machine.
9. The machine is ready to use.
NOTICE This equipment is not recommended for use with deionized water or other
aggressive fluids. Use of deionized water or other aggressive fluids will result in
corrosion and failure of materials and components. Use of deionized water or
other aggressive fluids will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
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MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE
MAINTENANCE
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
The manufacturer highly recommends that any maintenance and repairs not specifically
discussed in this manual be performed only by QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. Performing
maintenance on your dishmachine may void your warranty, lead to larger problems, or even
cause harm to the operator. So if you have a question or concern, do not hesitate to contact a
QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY.
By following the operating and cleaning instructions in this manual, you should get the most
efficient results from your machine. As a reminder, here are some steps to take to ensure that
you are using the dishmachine the way it was designed to work:
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1. Ensure that the water temperatures match those listed on the machine data plate. There can
be a variety of reasons why water temperature could be too low.
2. Ensure that all strainers are clean and in place laying flat before operating the machine.
When cleaning out strainers, do NOT beat them on waste cans. Wipe out strainers with a
rag and rinse under a faucet if necessary. Use a toothpick to dislodge any stubborn debris.
3. Ensure that all wash and rinse arms are secure in the machine before operating.
4. Ensure that drains are closed before operating.
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 into machine have been verified at the correct
concentrations.
9. Clean the unit every 24 hours or at the end of every workday per the instructions in this
manual.
10. Follow all safety procedures, whether listed in this manual or put forth by local, state, or national codes/regulations.
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COMMON PROBLEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
!
WARNING
WARNING! Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should only be performed by a
qualified service technician. Many of the tests require that the unit have power to it and live electrical
components be exposed. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN TESTING THE MACHINE.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Dishmachine will not fill
after the door is closed.
Power “ON” light is
illuminated.
1. Faulty rinse solenoid valve.
1. Repair or replace valve as required.
2. Faulty door switch.
2. Verify the wiring of the switch; if correct, replace switch.
1. Service breaker tripped.
1. Reset; if the breaker trips again, contact an electrician to
verify the amp draw of the machine.
2. Machine not connected to
power source.
2. Verify that the machine has been properly connected to
the power source.
3. Faulty power source.
3. Verify working power source.
1. Wash motor faulty/damaged.
1. Verify that the wash motor is getting power; if so, replace
the motor.
2. Wash motor contactor faulty.
2. Check for continuity; if contacts are open, replace the
contactor.
1. Machine is in Delime mode.
1. Select an automatic cycle by choosing I or II on the
display.
1. Faulty heater element.
1. Check element for continuity; if open, replace the heater.
2. Faulty heater contactor.
2. Replace the contactor.
Dishmachine will not fill
after the door is closed.
Power “ON” light is
NOT illuminated.
Dishmachine will not
run after the door is
closed. Power “ON”
light is illuminated and
the unit is filling.
Dishmachine runs
continuously in the wash
cycle.
Wash heater does not
work.
1. Clogged or obstructed rinse
Dishmachine fills slowly
arms.
and/or the rinse is
weak.
2. Low incoming water pressure.
3. Y-strainer is clogged
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1. Remove and clean the rinse arms.
2. Adjust the water pressure regulator to ensure that there
is 15 PSI flow.
3. Clean out the Y-strainer.
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COMMON PROBLEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
!
WARNING
WARNING! Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should only be performed by a
qualified service technician. Many of the tests require that the unit have power to it and live electrical
components be exposed. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN TESTING THE MACHINE.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
No indication of
pressure.
1. Water turned off.
1. Turn water on.
2. Pressure transducer
disconnected.
2. Verify wiring.
3. Pressure transducer defective.
3. Replace pressure transducer.
Wash water is not
reaching required
temperature.
1. Faulty wash heater.
1. Check element for continuity; if open, replace the heater.
2. Wash thermometer is defective.
2. Replace thermometer.
Doors will not close
completely.
1. Obstruction in door channel.
1. Remove the obstruction.
2. Machine not level.
2. Adjust the feet to level machine.
1. Wash pump seal defective.
Water leaks at the
wash pump.
2. Pump drain hose not tight.
3. Loose hoses (hose clamps) on
the wash pump.
1. Defective rinse solenoid.
Will not rinse.
Dishes are not
coming clean.
2. Faulty timer.
2. Tighten.
3. Tighten the hose clamps.
1. Repair or replace the rinse solenoid.
2. Replace timer.
3. No water to the machine.
3. Verify that there is water at 15 PSI connected to the
machine.
1. Machine temperatures are not up
to the minimum requirements.
1. Verify that incoming water, rinse water, and wash water
match the required temperatures listed on the machine
data plate.
2. No detergent or too much
detergent.
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1. Replace the seal.
2. Adjust detergent concentration as required for the
amount of water in the machine.
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DISPLAY PROGRAMMING
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROGRAM
SELECTION MODE
To access Program Selection Mode, the unit should be on and preferably not in
operation (accessing this mode during operation will interrupt the process).
The programming Keys (Up-arrow, Down-arrow, and Select) are hidden on the
display and are shown below outlined with red dots.
1. Press and hold the I and II Keys until “Program” starts flashing (2 - 3 seconds).
PROGRAM
2. Press the Select Key.
3. Use the Up-arrow Key to change the program number to “6.”
PROGRAM
6
4. Press the Select Key.
5. “Program” will flash.
6. Press the Delime Key to exit.
180 F
READY
CYCLE 1
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DISPLAY PROGRAMMING
TROUBLESHOOTING
SETUP MODE
To access Setup Mode, the unit should be on and preferably not in operation
(accessing this mode during operation will interrupt the process).
1. Press and hold the Up-arrow and Down-arrow buttons until “Setup” starts
flashing (2 - 3 seconds).
SETUP
2. The display will then change to “Version” and show the firmware versions of the
IO module and UI board.
3. Use the Up-arrow button to cycle through the categories (will be flashing).
•
•
•
•
Language
Temperature Scale
Wash Temperature
Boost Temperature
Up-arrow Button
•
•
•
•
Wash Offset
Rinse Offset
Boost Offset
Spare Offset
LANGUAGE
4. Press the Select button to choose the category you want to change.
•
Regardless of the category, Steps 5 - 7 remain the same.
5. Use the Up-arrow button to change the options (will be flashing). Numerical
options are shown in the top window.
Up-arrow Button
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
6. Press the Select button to accept the changes.
7. Press the Delime button to exit.
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FAULT CODES
TROUBLESHOOTING
DISPLAY SHOWS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
REMEDY
"F4 Service needed,"
"Check incoming
power"
1. Incoming power not properly connected.
1. Check connections to heater.
2. L3 is missing (3-phase units only).
2. Verify that L3 is present and connected properly.
1. Verify incoming water pressure is 15 PSI.
1. Low or no water pressure.
2. Faulty inlet valve or fill relay.
3. Contactor to wash heater not turning off.
“F6 Service needed,”
4. Faulty temperature input (T1) on IO
“No water in wash tank”
module.
2. Verify that fill relay is supplying voltage to fill solenoid.
Replace faulty component.
3. Check for welded contacts. Verify that output from IO
module turns off when above the set temperature.
4. Substitute a 1.2 kΩ resistor for T1, and verify that wash
heater turns off. If not, replace IO module.
5. Faulty temperature probe (T1).
6. Faulty float switch allows heaters to
operate with no water in tub.
5. Verify that T1 resistance is correct with respect to
temperature (see table on next page). If not, replace T1.
6. Replace float switch.
“F7 Service needed,”
“Check wash tank
thermostat”
“F8 No water in wash
tank,” “Check inlet
water and door”
F11 Service needed
–check wash tank
thermostat
1. Contactor to wash heater not turning off.
1. Check for welded contacts. Verify that output from IO
module turns off when above the set temperature.
2. Faulty temperature input (P10) on IO
module.
2. Substitute a 1.2 kΩ resistor for T1, and verify that wash
heater turns off. If not, replace IO module.
3. Faulty temperature probe (T1).
3. Verify that T1 resistance is correct with respect to
temperature (see table on next page). If not, replace T1.
1. Malfunction of fill solenoid or fill relay.
1. Replace faulty solenoid or fill relay.
2. Door is open, which inhibits fill mode.
2. Close door to activate door switch.
3. Faulty door switch.
3. Replace or adjust door switch.
1. Faulty temperature probe (T1).
1. Replace probe that connects to P10.
1. Loose connection in 6-pin cable between
display board and IO module.
F13 Communication
error. Check 6-pin
cable
2. Faulty 6-pin cable between display board
and IO module.
3. Faulty communication port on IO module or
display board.
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1. Fully disconnect 6-pin cable at each end, and reconnect
each end until a click is heard.
2. Inspect for broken wire or unseated terminal by gently
pulling on each wire at each end of the cable. Reseat any
loose terminals by inserting it fully into the housing using
long-nosed pliers. Replace cable if broken wire is found.
3. Temporarily substitute a verified good display board, and
check if F13 message recurs. If so, replace with a good IO
module.
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FAULT CODES
TROUBLESHOOTING
RESISTANCE-TO-TEMPERATURE VALUES
07610-004-33-05-D
R (kΩ)
°F
11.58
69.8
10.37
75.2
9.30
80.6
7.78
89.6
3.05
140.0
2.54
150.8
2.18
159.8
1.58
179.6
1.45
185.0
1.33
190.4
1.16
199.4
0.96
212.0
38
CONTROL BOX COMPONENTS
PARTS
1
2
4
3
12
11
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Terminal Block, 3-pole
05940-011-48-27
1
Fuse Holder
Fuse, 1 A (208/230 V) (Not Shown)
Fuse, 1/2 A (380/460 V) (Not Shown)
05920-011-72-89
05920-002-67-23
05920-011-72-88
2
1
10
9
8
7
6
5
13
5
3
2
Terminal Board
05940-002-78-97
4
1
PCB, Electronic Control
05945-004-47-81
5
2
Relay
05945-111-72-51
6
1
Timer, Universal Digital Multi-timer*
05945-004-22-78
7
1
Overload
See "Motor Overloads" page.
8
2
Contactor, Wash Motor
05945-111-68-38
9
1
Overload
See "Motor Overloads" page.
10
1
Transformer, 208 V
05950-011-75-59
Transformer, 230/460 V
05950-011-68-35
11
1
Contactor, 3-pole, 50 A
05945-002-24-70
12
1
Fan
05999-004-30-62
13
1
Relay
05945-111-35-19
*Click here for timer programming instructions.
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39
DISPLAY ASSEMBLY
PARTS
Complete Display Assembly
05700-004-31-50
1
2
3
4
5
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
4
Nut, Thumb, 6-32 Nylon
05310-002-83-12
2
1
Board, Populated Circuit
05945-004-36-33
3
4
Spacer, Display Board
05999-004-19-75
4
1
Panel with Display Membrane
05700-004-30-61
5
1
Communication Cable
05700-004-33-64
1
Cover, Display Board (Not Shown)
05700-004-35-60
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40
MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
PARTS
Parts are not shown to scale with relation to each other.
3
1
2
5
4
6
7
8
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Actuator Switch
05930-111-68-44
2
1
Float Switch
06680-121-70-71
3
1
Float Switch Cover
06680-121-70-71
4
1
Probe Fitting, Brass
05310-924-02-05
5
1
Temperature RTD
06680-002-16-80
6
1
Thermistor Probe
06685-004-34-58
7
6
Fuse, 200 mA Slow-acting
05999-004-44-33
8
2
Fuse, 1 A Fast-acting
05999-004-47-87
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41
WASH HEATER & HEATER SHROUD ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
9
2
3
7
1
5
9
12
8
6
11
4
10
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Lower Heater Shroud
05700-003-74-21
2
1
Upper Heater Shroud
05700-003-74-24
3
1
Gasket, Suction Casting
05330-003-75-89
4
1
Gasket, Pump Suction
05330-003-75-87
5
1
Gasket, Heater
05330-200-02-70
6
1
Heater Box Rails
05700-003-74-72
7
1
Wash Pump Suction
05700-003-77-63
8
2
Washer, 1/4-20
05311-174-01-00
9
9
Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
10
6
Nut, Hex 5/16-18
05310-275-01-00
11
6
Lockwasher, 5/16" Split
05311-375-01-00
12
1
Wash Heating Element, 15 kW
See "Wash Heaters" page.
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42
PUMP SUCTION ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
4
Pump Suction Assembly
05700-003-83-98
RackStar 66 Pre-wash
Pump Suction Assembly
05700-004-34-24
3
2
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Gasket, Suction Casting
05330-003-75-89
2
1
Gasket, Pump Suction
05330-003-75-87
3
1
Pre-wash Pump Suction Weldment
05700-003-82-27
4
1
Strainer, Pre-wash Pump
05700-003-81-28
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43
WASH HEATERS
PARTS
VOLTAGE
PHASE
KW
PART NUMBER
CONTACTOR
208
1
15
04540-121-68-45
05945-111-68-38
230
1
15
04540-121-68-46
05945-111-68-38
208
3
15
04540-121-68-45
05945-002-24-70
230
3
15
04540-121-68-46
05945-002-24-70
460
3
15
04540-121-68-47
05945-002-24-70
208
1
18
04540-121-79-30
05945-111-68-38
230
1
18
04540-121-79-31
05945-111-68-38
208
3
18
04540-121-79-30
05945-002-24-70
230
3
18
04540-121-79-31
05945-002-24-70
460
3
18
04540-121-79-32
05945-002-24-70
NOTICE When replacing wash heaters, it is highly recommended to change the gasket as well. Once installed, gaskets
become compressed and are subject to extreme temperature changes. Replacing the gasket with the heater
might prevent future leaks.
The nuts used to secure the heater to the casting should be torqued to 16 in-lbs. After tightening, the unit should
be allowed to heat up and operate normally for approximately 30 minutes. Secure power to the machine and
check the nuts once more to verify they are torqued to 16 in-lbs.
07610-004-33-05-D
44
PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
Complete Inlet Plumbing Assembly
05700-004-48-37
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Manifold, Tank Fill
05700-004-38-64
2
5
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Street Brass
04730-206-08-00
3
2
Solenoid Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
4
3
Nipple, 1/2" Close Brass
04730-207-15-00
5
2
Tee, 1/2" Brass
04730-211-27-00
6
1
Piping Manifold, Single-point Tubing
05700-004-48-43
7
1
Vacuum Breaker, 1/2" Brass
04820-003-06-13
8
1
Y-Strainer, 1/2"
04730-217-01-10
9
2
Adapter, 1/2"
04730-011-59-53
10
1
Tee, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4"
04730-411-25-01
11
1
Plug, 1/2" Brass Pipe
04730-209-03-00
12
1
Gasket, Tank Fill Manifold (Not Shown)
05330-003-75-91
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PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
Complete Rinse Plumbing Assembly, L-R
05700-004-48-52
Complete Rinse Plumbing Assembly, R-L
05700-004-48-45
*
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1*
1
Rinse Injector, L-R
Rinse Injector, R-L
05700-003-76-82
05700-003-76-83
2
1
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Street Brass
04730-206-08-00
3
1
Elbow, 1/2" Brass
04730-011-42-96
4
1
Nipple, 1/2" Close Brass
04730-207-15-00
5
2
Tee, 1/2" Brass
04730-211-27-00
6
2
Nipple, 1/2" Brass, 2" Long
04730-207-19-00
7
1
Solenoid Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
8
1
Manifold, Turbo Rinse, Water In
05700-004-38-67
9
1
Fitting, Comp. 1/2" x 1/4"
05700-004-36-74
10
3
Plug, 1/8" Brass
04730-209-07-37
11
1
Piping Manifold, L-R
Piping Manifold, R-L
05700-004-48-42
05700-004-48-46
12
1
Plug, 1/4" Brass
04730-209-01-00
13
2
Gasket for Items 1 and 8 (Not Shown)
05330-003-75-91
*See Connection Points section for chemical connections.
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46
PRE-WASH FILL PLUMBING
PARTS
Complete Pre-wash Fill Plumbing Assembly, L-R
05700-004-48-52
Complete Pre-wash Fill Plumbing Assembly, R-L
05700-004-50-51
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Manifold, Tank Fill
05700-004-38-64
2
1
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Street Brass
04730-206-08-00
3
1
Solenoid Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
4
1
Gasket, Tank Fill Manifold (Not Shown)
05330-003-75-91
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47
ENERGY RECOVERY PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
Complete ER Fill Plumbing Assembly, L-R*
05700-004-41-53
Complete ER Fill Plumbing Assembly, R-L*
05700-004-41-54
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Manifold, Tank Fill
05700-004-38-64
2
3
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Street Brass
04730-206-08-00
3
1
Solenoid Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
4
2
Nipple, 1/2" Close Brass
04730-207-15-00
5
1
Tee, 1/2" Brass
04730-211-27-00
6
1
Piping Manifold, Single-point Tubing
05700-004-48-43
7
1
Vacuum Breaker, 1/2" Brass
04820-003-06-13
8
1
Y-Strainer, 1/2"
04730-217-01-10
9
1
Plug, 1/2" Brass Pipe
04730-209-03-00
NOTICE *For areas with low ground-water temperature, a thermostatic mixing valve should be used:
07610-004-33-05-D
Complete ER Fill Plumbing Assembly with Mixing Valve, L-R
05700-004-42-94
Complete ER Fill Plumbing Assembly with Mixing Valve, R-L
05700-004-42-95
48
ENERGY RECOVERY PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
Complete ER Inlet Plumbing Assembly, L-R
(with bracket)
05700-004-41-62
(without bracket)
05700-004-41-64
4
3
2
Complete ER Inlet Plumbing Assembly, R-L
(with bracket)
05700-004-41-63
(without bracket)
05700-004-41-64
5
1
7
6
8
9
10
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Street Brass
04730-206-08-00
2
1
Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
3
2
Washer, 1/4-20
05311-174-01-00
4
2
Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
5
1
Clip, ER Inlet Bracket
05700-004-41-58
6
2
Adapter, 1/2"
04730-011-59-53
7
1
Pressure Transducer
05945-004-17-01
8
1
Tee, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4" Female
04730-411-25-01
9
1
Pressure Regulator
04820-100-04-07
1
Bracket, ER Inlet, L-R
05700-004-41-55
1
Bracket, ER Inlet, R-L
05700-004-41-56
10
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ENERGY RECOVERY PLUMBING ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
Complete ER Rinse Plumbing Assembly, L-R
05700-004-41-65
Complete ER Rinse Plumbing Assembly, R-L
05700-004-41-66
*
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Nipple, 1/2" Close Brass
04730-207-15-00
2
2
Tee, 1/2" Brass
04730-211-27-00
3
2
Nipple, 1/2 Brass, 2" Long
04730-207-19-00
4
2
Vacuum Breaker, 1/2" Brass
04820-003-06-13
5
1
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Brass
04730-011-42-96
6
1
Elbow, 90-degree 1/2" Street Brass
04730-206-08-00
1
Rinse Injector, L-R
05700-003-76-82
1
Rinse Injector, R-L
05700-003-76-83
8
2
Adapter, 1/2"
04730-011-59-53
9
1
Fitting, Comp. 1/2" x 1/4"
05700-004-36-74
10
1
Valve, 1/2"
04810-003-71-55
11
2
Elbow, 1/2"
04730-406-31-01
12
1
Union, 1/2"
04730-412-05-01
13
3
Plug, 1/8" Brass
04730-209-07-37
14
1
Plug, 1/4" Brass
04730-209-01-00
15
1
Turbo Rinse Injector
05700-004-32-61
7*
*See Connection Points section for chemical connections.
07610-004-33-05-D
50
WASH MANIFOLD & ARM ASSEMBLY
PARTS
14
9
10
12
14
8
11
13
16
11
7
15
10
14
Mechanical Pump Seal
05330-002-34-22
13
3
6
4
5
4
2
1
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WASH MANIFOLD & ARM ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Pump & Motor Assembly
See Table Below
2
1
Gasket, Pump Suction
05330-003-75-87
3
1
Gasket, Pump Discharge
05330-003-75-88
4
2
Hose Clamp, Range 2 9/16" to 3 1/2"
04730-003-15-40
5
1
Hose, Wash Pump Discharge
05700-003-77-62
6
1
Lower Wash Manifold, L-R
Lower Wash Manifold, R-L
05700-004-27-39
05700-004-30-27
7
1
Casting, Wash Manifold
09515-003-71-50
8
1
Tube, Manifold Riser
05700-003-72-37
9
1
Upper Wash Manifold
05700-003-73-66
10
1
Wash Arm, Top-right
05700-003-75-79
11
1
Wash Arm, Top-left
05700-003-75-80
12
12
Cap, Threaded
04730-603-12-00
13
3
O-ring, Silicone, 0.103 Dia., 2 1/2" x 2 11/16" OD
05330-003-73-71
14
4
O-ring, Silicone, 0.139 Dia., 2 1/4" ID x 2 1/2" OD
05330-003-73-72
15
1
Wash Arm, Bottom-right
05700-004-27-43
16
1
Wash Arm, Bottom-left
05700-004-27-42
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PUMP & MOTOR ASSEMBLY
PART NUMBER
Wash Pump, 3 HP, 208 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase
06105-003-76-11
Wash Pump, 3 HP, 230 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase
06105-003-76-11
Wash Pump, 3 HP, 460 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase
06105-003-76-11
Wash Pump, 3 HP, 460 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase
06105-003-76-13
Wash Pump, 3 HP, 230 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase
06105-003-76-13
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PRE-WASH MANIFOLD & ARM ASSEMBLY
PARTS
7
5
8
9
6
10
7
8
5
11
10
4
12
13
2
3
2
1
Mechanical Pump Seal
05330-002-34-22
07610-004-33-05-D
53
PRE-WASH MANIFOLD & ARM ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Gasket, Pump Suction
05330-003-75-87
2
2
Hose Clamp
04730-003-15-40
3
1
Hose, Wash Pump Discharge
05700-003-77-62
4
1
Manifold, Pre-wash System
05700-004-31-60
5
3
O-ring, Silicone, 0.103 Dia., 2 1/2" x 2 11/16" OD
05330-003-73-71
6
1
Tube, Manifold Riser
05700-003-81-53
7
2
Casting, Pre-wash Manifold
09515-003-77-22
8
2
O-ring, Silicone, 0.139 Dia., 2 1/4" ID x 2 1/2" OD
05330-003-73-72
9
1
Pre-wash Arm
05700-003-75-79
10
4
Cap, Threaded
04730-603-12-00
11
1
Pre-wash Arm, Lower
05700-003-80-96
12
1
Gasket, Pump Discharge
05330-003-75-88
13
1
Pre-wash Motor
See Table Below
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PUMP & MOTOR ASSEMBLY
PART NUMBER
Pre-wash Pump, 2HP, 208V, 60Hz, 3-Phase
06105-003-76-12
Pre-wash Pump, 2HP, 230V, 60Hz, 3-Phase
06105-003-76-12
Pre-wash Pump, 2HP, 460V, 60Hz, 3-Phase
06105-003-76-12
Pre-wash Pump, 2HP, 460V, 60Hz, 1-Phase
06105-003-76-14
Pre-wash Pump, 2HP, 230V, 60Hz, 1-Phase
06105-003-76-14
54
RINSE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
5
4
6
3
5
1
7
2
4
3
1
3
13
14
5
12
11
5
10
8
12
3
9
07610-004-33-05-D
55
RINSE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Upper Rinse Arm
05700-003-76-02
2
8
Nozzle, Upper Rinse Arm
04730-003-76-07
3
6
O-ring, Silicon, 0.103 Dia., 11/16" x 7/8" OD
05330-003-77-82
4
2
Rinse Manifold
05700-003-76-79
5
2
Fitting, 1/2" Male Swivel Brass
04730-004-19-62
6
1
47" Hose (Specify Length When Ordering)
47" Hose Assembly (Hose and Fittings)
04720-004-19-81
05700-004-48-24
7
1
38" Hose (Specify Length When Ordering)
38" Hose Assembly (Hose and Fittings)
04720-004-19-81
05700-004-31-81
8
1
Coupling, 1/2" to 3/4"
04730-204-07-00
9
1
Elbow, 3/4" Street Brass
04730-206-04-34
10
1
Plug, 1/2" Brass
04730-209-03-00
11
1
Tee, Reducing, 3/4" to 1/2"
04730-004-39-00
12
2
Lower Rinse Arm
05700-004-32-95
13
8
Nozzle, Lower Rinse Arm
04730-003-76-06
14
4
End-cap, Rinse Arm
05700-004-49-88
07610-004-33-05-D
56
PAWL BAR ASSEMBLY
PARTS
2
3
4
1
5
7
6
8
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
14
Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
2
14
Washer, 1/4-20
05311-174-01-00
3
14
Washer, Flat, 0.406 ID x 0.750 OD
05311-004-29-35
4
7
Rack Catch, Left
05700-004-29-32
5
7
Rack Catch, Right
05700-004-29-33
6
14
Bolt, Shoulder, 3/8" x 1/4", 1/4-20
05306-004-29-34
7
1
44" Rack Drive Weldment
05700-004-17-74
8
1
Rack Drive Guide
05700-004-29-36
9
2
Bolt, Rack Drive Guide, 1/4-20 x 3/4" (Not Shown)
05310-011-44-35
10
2
Lockwasher, Rack Drive Guide, Spring, 1/4" (Not Shown)
05311-274-01-00
07610-004-33-05-D
57
RACK PADDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
4
3
2
3
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Paddle Switch
05700-004-26-89
2
1
Nut, Lock 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
3
2
Washer, 1/4-20 ID
05311-174-01-00
4
1
Bolt, Hex Head, 1/4-20 x 3 1/4"
05306-004-29-03
07610-004-33-05-D
58
DRIVE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
22
23
11
12
10
Drive Assembly
05700-004-29-95
7
7
8
12
13
6
16
17
3*
2*
20
21
1
*Use Loctite when installing.
5
15
14
4
21
19
15
9
13
14
18
17
18
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59
DRIVE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Drive Casting, Top
09515-004-17-06
2
1
Gasket, Drive Casting
05330-004-20-31
3
4
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 1/2" Flat
05305-011-44-50
4
1
Drive Casting, Bottom
09515-004-17-03
5
1
Drive Shaft
05700-004-29-79
6
1
Gasket, Drain Seat
05700-002-04-42
7
4
Screw, 10-32 x 1 3/4"
05306-003-92-52
8
1
Drive Shaft Cover
05700-004-29-46
9
1
Clutch-Drive, 3/4" x 3/4"
06105-004-29-41
Drive Plate Complete Assembly
Drive Block, Brass (Not Shown)
Washer, 3/8" ID (Not Shown)
Nut, Low-profile, 3/8-16 with Nylon Insert (Not Shown)
05700-004-29-49
05700-004-23-01
05311-004-48-71
05310-004-48-72
1
1
1
1
10
11
1
Washer, Bonded Sealing 1/4" x 3/4"
05311-002-77-79
12
1
Seal, V-ring
05330-004-52-14
13
1
Motor Plate
05700-004-19-38
14
1
Motor Support Plate
05700-004-26-97
15
1
Gasket, Clutch
05330-004-28-88
16
1
Seal, Viton Oil Shaft, 3/4" ID
05330-004-29-06
17
1
Drive Motor
06105-004-29-53
18
4
Bolt, 1/4-28 x 1" Hex Head
05306-004-30-91
19
1
Collar, Shaft 3/4" (Clamp-on)
03120-004-33-50
20
1
Key, 3/16" x 9/10" Long
05700-011-89-17
21
1
Bearing, Thrust, 3/4" Shaft x 1 9/16" ID
03120-004-37-10
22
1
Sealing Pan Head Phillips
05305-004-26-70
07610-004-33-05-D
60
VENTILATION COWL
PARTS
3
2
5
1
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
2
Ventilation Cowl
05700-004-34-01
2
2
Ventilation Scoop
05700-004-29-68
3
2
Ventilation Duct Adapter
05700-003-75-73
4
2
Damper, Ventilation Scoop
05700-003-74-76
5
4
Curtain Hook
05700-003-17-98
07610-004-33-05-D
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VENTILATION COWL FOR UNHOODED SIDE-LOADER
PARTS
To attach the curtain and rod to the Ventilation Cowl,
ensure that the curtain is oriented as depicted and
follow the steps below:
1A
2
This illustration
depicts the
Ventilation Cowl
for a Left
Unhooded
Side-loader.
1. Insert the rod into the hole at the rear of the
Ventilation Cowl.
3
2. Insert the rod into the bracket at the front of the
Ventilation Cowl.
3. Gently lift the rod at the curtain cut-out over and
onto the curtain hook ensuring that the ends of the
rod stay inserted in the holes.
3
1B
2
3
7
Orient the curtain so the
ORIENT THE CURTAIN SO THAT
three
cut-outs are located at
THE 3 CUTOUTS ARE LOCATED
the
bendBEND
of the
AT THE
OFrod.
THE ROD.
4
6
This illustration
depicts the
Ventilation Cowl
for a Right
Unhooded
Side-loader.
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1A
1B
1
1
Ventilation Cowl with Cut-out for Left Side-loader
Ventilation Cowl with Cut-out for Right Side-loader
05700-004-38-27
05700-004-38-28
2
1
Curtain Hook
05700-003-17-98
3
1
Curtain Rod
05700-003-84-57
4
1
Curtain, XL for Side-loader
08415-003-84-88
07610-004-33-05-D
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MOTOR OVERLOADS
PARTS
WASH MOTORS: Overloads are specified for 3-phase units only.
For GE brand MT03* series overloads, the process for setting is as follows:
• Determine the Full Load Amps (FLA) for the wash motor.
• Set the overload at the closest setting without going over for the FLA of the motor.
• The overload already compensates for the FLA and will have a setpoint that is 125% of the FLA. (Example: Wash motor
is rated at 10.0 FLA on the data plate. The replacement MT03* overload will be set at 10.0. It will trip at 12.5 Amps.)
WASH MOTOR
VOLTAGE
PART NUMBER
GE PART NUMBER
208
05945-111-68-40
RT1M
230
05945-111-68-40
RT1M
Blue selector switch should be
set to H for manual reset.
DRIVE MOTORS: Overloads are specified for 3-phase units only.
For GE brand MT03* series overloads, the process for setting is as follows:
• Determine the FLA for the drive motor.
• Set the overload at the closest setting without going over for the FLA of the motor.
• The overload already compensates for the FLA and will have a setpoint that is 125% of the FLA. (Example: Drive motor
is rated at 1.0 FLA on the data plate. The replacement MT03* overload will be set at 1.0. It will trip at 1.25 Amps.)
DRIVE MOTOR
VOLTAGE
PART NUMBER
GE PART NUMBER
208
05945-111-68-39
RT1G
230
05945-111-68-39
RT1G
Blue selector switch should be
set to H for manual reset.
Pre-wash MOTORS: Overloads are specified for 3-phase units only.
For GE brand MT03* series overloads, the process for setting is as follows:
• Determine the FLA for the Pre-wash motor.
• Set the overload at the closest setting without going over for the FLA of the motor.
• The overload already compensates for the FLA and will have a setpoint that is 125% of the FLA. (Example: Pre-wash
motor is rated at 6.0 FLA on the data plate. The replacement MT03* overload will be set at 6.0. It will trip at 7.5 Amps.)
Pre-wash MOTOR
VOLTAGE
PART NUMBER
GE PART NUMBER
208
05945-003-76-28
MT03M
230
05945-003-76-28
MT03M
460
05945-003-76-26
MT03K
Blue selector switch should be
set to H for manual reset.
NOTICE Connections should be tightened to 7 in-lbs.
07610-004-33-05-D
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SIDE-LOADERS
PARTS
This illustration depicts a
23" Left-to-Right Unhooded
Side-loader.
Differences in parts for the
23" Right-to-Left and both
directions of the 30"
Side-loaders are reflected
in the parts list.
10
8
9
19
1
4
4
5
22
*
1
A
13
13
4
20
11
2
NOTICE
2
*Order lengths of hose or conduit by measuring the lengths in the field and adding an
additional 1' to ensure any custom-cut lengths
are accounted for.
3
15
21
4
4
23
07610-004-33-05-D
DETAIL A
64
SIDE-LOADERS
PARTS
This illustration depicts a
23" Left-to-Right Unhooded
Side-loader.
Differences in parts for the
23" Right-to-Left and both
directions of the 30"
Side-loaders are reflected in
the parts list.
7
14
16
6
4
B
19
15
18
NOTICE *Order lengths of hose or conduit by mea-
suring the lengths in the field and adding an
additional 1' to ensure any custom-cut lengths
are accounted for.
12
17
15
16
4
14
12
18
07610-004-33-05-D
DETAIL B
4
65
SIDE-LOADERS
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Tub Weldment, 23" Side-loader L-R
Tub Weldment, 23" Side-loader R-L
Tub Weldment, 30" Side-loader L-R
Tub Weldment, 30" Side-loader R-L
05700-004-37-44
05700-004-38-03
05700-003-88-46
05700-003-88-39
2
2
Support Leg
05700-021-87-59
3
2
Adjustable Foot
05340-108-01-03
4
39
Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
5
2
Leg Socket
05700-002-56-14
Track, Side-loader L-R
05700-003-90-00
6
1
Track, Side-loader R-L
05700-003-89-95
7
1
Actuator Switch Assembly
05700-004-53-51
8
1
Gutter, Pawl Bar
05700-021-66-86
9
1
Guide Block Bottom-slotted
05700-011-69-50
10
1
Guide Block Top-slotted
05700-011-69-49
11
1
Gasket, Drive Gutter
05330-011-68-55
12
1
Strainer
05700-021-85-10
13
1
Drain Assembly, Side-loader
05700-004-38-17
14
1
Bracket, Loader Pawl Bar Support
05700-003-87-39
15
16
Washer, 1/4"
05311-174-01-00
16
2
Roller
05700-011-68-16
17
2
Roller Shaft
05700-011-68-14
18
2
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 3/4" Hex
05305-274-10-00
19
4
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2"
05305-274-02-00
20
1
Cover, Side-loader Switch
05700-003-87-41
21
1
Bracket, Limit Switch
05700-021-71-18
22
1
Conduit and Wiring, Side-loader
05700-004-38-53
23
1
Magnetic Reed Switch
05930-111-68-44
07610-004-33-05-D
66
SIDE-LOADER DRIVE LINKAGE
PARTS
6
1
3
4
2
8
5
7
11
9
10
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Pawl Bar, Side-loader
05700-021-86-88
2
1
Drive Linkage, Side-loader
05700-004-37-81
3
3
Pawl Dog with Wing
05700-021-86-79
4
3
Locknut, 3/8-16 with Nylon Insert
05310-011-72-55
5
3
Bolt, 3/8-16 x 1 3/4" Hex
05306-011-36-94
6
6
Spacer, Pawl Bar Dog
05700-011-71-45
7
2
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1" Hex
05305-274-27-00
8
2
Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
9
2
Drive Link
05700-004-46-82
10
4
Lockwasher, Spring
05311-274-01-00
11
4
Screw, 1/4-20 x 7/8"
05305-274-05-00
07610-004-33-05-D
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STEAM COIL ASSEMBLY
PARTS
Complete Steam Coil Assembly, L-R
05700-004-44-82
8
Complete Steam Coil Assembly, R-L
05700-004-46-30
4
7
6
5
3
4
Complete Steam Inlet
Plumbing Assembly
05700-004-46-32
2
1
9
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Steam Coil
05700-004-36-15
2
1
Reducer, 3/4" to 1/2" Black Iron
04730-911-02-34
3
1
Union, 3/4" Black Iron
04730-912-01-00
4
2
Nipple, 3/4" Black Iron
04730-907-01-00
5
1
Valve, Steam, 3/4"
04820-011-87-39
6
1
Nipple, 3/4" Black Iron, 4" Long
04730-907-02-34
7
1
Y-strainer, Steam, 3/4"
04730-217-01-32
8
1
Gate Valve, Steam, 3/4"
04820-100-19-00
1
Steam Condensate Assembly, L-R
05700-004-46-56
1
Steam Condensate Assembly, R-L
05700-004-46-33
9
07610-004-33-05-D
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BOOSTER HEATER OPTION (ELECTRIC)
PARTS
*
The hose from the Final Rinse
Plumbing connects here.
For Booster Heater service parts not listed here, see the Hatco Booster Manual.
Call Hatco at 800-558-0607 with service support questions.

The hose from the Main Inlet
Plumbing connects here.
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1*
1
Booster Heater
See Chart Below
07610-004-33-05-D
BOOSTER HEATER
PART NUMBER
12 kW (40 °F Rise) 208 V, 3-Phase
04540-004-30-83
12 kW (40 °F Rise) 240 V, 3-Phase
04540-004-30-82
12 kW (40 °F Rise) 480 V, 3-Phase
04540-004-30-81
12 kW (40 °F Rise) 208 V, 1-Phase
04540-004-30-80
12 kW (40 °F Rise) 240 V, 1-phase
04540-004-30-79
17 kW (70 °F Rise) 208 V, 3-Phase
04540-004-29-75
18 kW (70 °F Rise) 240 V, 3-Phase
04540-004-29-77
18 kW (70 °F Rise) 480 V, 3-Phase
04540-004-30-77
18 kW (70 °F Rise) 208 V, 1-Phase
04540-004-29-76
18 kW (70 °F Rise) 240 V, 1-Phase
04540-004-30-78
69
PARTS
BOOSTER HEATER ADD-ON KIT (ELECTRIC)
Find the machine's applicable electrical configuration and the booster type (70-degree or 40-degree) in the table below
and use the associated part number to order.
Click here for install instructions.
07610-004-33-05-D

BOOSTER HEATER KIT
PART NUMBER
208 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase with 70-degree Rise
05700-004-48-31
230 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase with 70-degree Rise
05700-004-48-32
460 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase with 70-degree Rise
05700-004-48-33
208 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase with 70-degree Rise
05700-004-48-35
230 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase with 70-degree Rise
05700-004-48-36
208 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase with 40-degree Rise
05700-004-48-38
230 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase with 40-degree Rise
05700-004-48-41
460 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase with 40-degree Rise
05700-004-48-39
70
FRAME ASSEMBLY
PARTS
1
2
3*
RackStar 66
7
4
9
10
5
6
8
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
1
Hood Dress Panel
05700-004-18-39
2
1
Left Dress Panel, L-R
05700-004-30-60
Right Dress Panel, R-L
05700-004-31-93
3
1
Display
See "Display Assembly" page.
4
1
Front Dress Panel, RackStar 44
05700-004-30-44
5
1
Adjustable Foot
05340-011-71-74
6
1
Right Dress Panel, L-R
05700-004-30-59
Left Dress Panel, R-L
05700-004-31-92
7
1
Pre-wash Hood Dress Panel
05700-004-30-08
8
1
Front Dress Panel, RackStar 66
05700-004-34-48
9
1
Drain Valve
04820-111-71-46
1
Drain Handle Complete Assembly
05700-004-31-89
1
Drain Handle Only
05700-004-31-90
10
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DOOR ASSEMBLIES
PARTS
2
1
3
4
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
Left Door Assembly
05700-004-17-45
1
Left Door Assembly, Pre-wash (RackStar 66)
05700-004-32-76
1
Right Door Assembly
05700-004-17-44
1
Right Door Assembly, Pre-wash (RackStar 66)
05700-004-44-35
3
4
Bearing, Flanged Sleeve
03120-004-39-92
4
2
Door Seal
09330-004-17-41
1
2
07610-004-33-05-D
Door Switch
05930-002-36-80
72
ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM
PARTS
Complete Energy Recovery System Assembly, L-R
05700-004-39-68
Complete Energy Recovery System Assembly, R-L
05700-004-40-13
07610-004-33-05-D
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ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM
PARTS
ITEM
QTY
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
Vent Cowl, L-R
05700-004-36-36
1
Vent Cowl, R-L
05700-004-40-16
2
1
Mounting Plate
05700-004-36-32
3
20
Washer, 1/4-20
05311-174-01-00
4
24
Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert
05310-374-01-00
5
1
Coil, Heat Exchanger
04420-004-40-73
6
1
Side Cover, Left
05700-004-41-17
7
1
Side Cover, Right
05700-004-41-18
8
1
Top Coil Support
05700-004-40-40
9
1
Air Baffle
05700-004-36-66
10
2
Curtain Hook
05700-003-17-98
11
1
Curtain Rod
05700-003-77-52
12
1
Coil Housing Top
05700-004-36-73
13
1
Collar, Vent Scoop
05700-004-36-71
14
1
Curtain, 20 1/2" x 19"
08415-002-14-41
15
1
Baffle, Vent Cowl
05700-002-11-47
16
5
Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8” Hex
05305-274-24-00
17
10
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2"
05305-011-39-36
18
1
Drip Tray
05700-004-42-09
19
3
Locknut, 1/4-20 Low Profile with Nylon Insert
05310-374-02-00
20
2
Bushing, 3/4" to 1/2" Hex, Brass
04730-002-56-27
21
1
Plumbing, Temperature Gauge, Coil
05700-004-42-88
1
Hoses for Energy Recovery System (Not Shown)
07610-004-33-05-D
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Hose, Inlet (Blue)
05700-004-42-29
Hose, Coil Outlet (Red)
05700-004-42-30
Hose, Booster Outlet (Red)
05700-004-42-31
Hose, 1/2" x 23" (Blue)
05700-004-42-32
Hose, 1/2" x 47" (Red)
05700-004-42-33
Hose, 1/2" x 38" (Red)
05700-004-42-34
Hose, 1/2" x 5" (Blue)
05700-004-42-89
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PARTS
MISCELLANEOUS PARTS
Front Rack Rail
Entire Assembly
05700-004-26-88
Rail Only (shown)
05700-004-26-87
Rear Rack Rail
Entire Assembly
05700-004-26-86
Rail Only (shown)
05700-004-22-95
Curtain Bracket, Middle
05700-004-32-75
Curtain Bracket, End
05700-004-21-24
Pre-wash Scrap Basket
05700-004-37-61
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Strainer, Wash Tank
05700-004-29-02
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PLUMBING OPTIONS
PARTS
SHOCK ABSORBER (WATER ARRESTOR) OPTION
Water Arrestor, 1/2”
06685-100-05-00
Nipple, 1/2” NPT, Brass
04730-207-15-00
Tee, 1/2” x 1/2” x 1/2”
04730-211-27-00
Water Arrestor Repair Kit
(Plunger & O-ring)
06401-003-06-23
PRESSURE REGULATOR OPTION*
Water Pressure Regulator, 1/2”
05700-100-04-07
NOTICE *The Pressure Regulator comes standard on ER units only.
07610-004-33-05-D
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BOOSTER HEATER, 3-PHASE
SCHEMATICS
Use this schematic for the following booster heater options:
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•
•
208 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 12 kW, 40° Rise
230 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 12 kW, 40° Rise
460 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 12 kW, 40° Rise
•
•
•
208 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 18 kW, 70° Rise
230 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 18 kW, 70° Rise
460 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 18 kW, 70° Rise
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BOOSTER HEATER, 1-PHASE, 12kW
SCHEMATICS
Use this schematic for the following booster heater options:
•
•
07610-004-33-05-D
208 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase, 12 kW, 40° Rise
230 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase, 12 kW, 40° Rise
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BOOSTER HEATER, 1-PHASE, 18kW
SCHEMATICS
Use this schematic for the following booster heater options:
•
•
07610-004-33-05-D
208 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase, 18 kW, 70° Rise
230 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase, 18 kW, 70° Rise
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SCHEMATICS
STEAM BOOSTER HEATER
J-120 Steam Booster Option
120/200/208/230 V, 60 Hz, 1-Phase
TS1 - Thermostat
FS1 - Steam Solenoid
S1 - Power Switch
E1 - Power Light
E2 - Solenoid Light
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SCHEMATICS
RACKSTAR 208/230 V, 50/60 HZ, 1-PHASE
Connection Diagram for IO Module PN 05945‐004‐36‐34
ALL CONNECTIONS MAY NOT BE USED ON CERTAN MODELS
T4 (spare)
Input Assignments
I1 Wash
I2 Cycle
I3 Float
I4 Rinse
I5 Chemicals
L1 L2/N
AC signals
T3 (Booster) RED/BLU
T2 (Rinse Injector) GRY/BLU
Programming
header
{
T1 (Wash) RED/WHT
P13 P12 P11 P10
P14
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
+24 VDC
Analog input P9 Pressure sensor
DC RTN
~+4.5 VDC OUT
LOGIC INPUT P8 Piezo switch
DC RTN
Temperature
Sensor inputs
P15
AC power in
P7
Relay Assignments
K1 Power
K2 Booster heater K3 Wash heater
K4 Aux 1 reserved
K5 Aux 2 reserved
K6 Aux 3 reserved
K7 Aux 4 reserved
K8 Delime
K9 Detergent Dispenser
K10 Rinse Aid Dispenser
K11 Sanitizer Dispenser
K12 Drain / Start
K
1
K
2
K1 K2
P1
K
3
K
4
K3 K4
P2
K
5
K
6
K5 K6
P3
K
7
K
8
K7 K8
P4
K
9
K
10
K
11
K9 K10
P5
K
12
K11 K12
P6
PAIR 1
24 VDC OUT / RS‐232
BLK
GRN
BLK
PAIR 2
4
1
5
2
6
3
PAIR 3
B
L
K
R
E
D
W
H
T
B
L
K
G
R
N
B
L
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
BLK (DC RTN)
RED (+24 VDC)
WHT
Interconnect cable is Belden 9745 060U500
3 twisted pairs
Connectors shown in top view (wire‐insertion end)
CORRESPONDING CONNECTOR
TO DISPLAY PCB PN 05945‐004‐36‐33
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SCHEMATICS
RACKSTAR 208/230 V, 50/60 HZ, 3-PHASE
Connection Diagram for IO Module PN 05945‐004‐36‐34
ALL CONNECTIONS MAY NOT BE USED ON CERTAN MODELS
T4 (spare)
Input Assignments
I1 Wash
I2 Cycle
I3 Float
I4 Rinse
I5 Chemicals
L1 L2/N
AC signals
T3 (Booster) RED/BLU
T2 (Rinse Injector) GRY/BLU
Programming
header
{
T1 (Wash) RED/WHT
P13 P12 P11 P10
P14
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
+24 VDC
Analog input P9 Pressure sensor
DC RTN
~+4.5 VDC OUT
Piezo switch
LOGIC INPUT P8
DC RTN
Temperature
Sensor inputs
P15
AC power in
P7
Relay Assignments
K1 Power
K2 Booster heater K3 Wash heater
K4 Aux 1 reserved
K5 Aux 2 reserved
K6 Aux 3 reserved
K7 Aux 4 reserved
K8 Delime
K9 Detergent Dispenser
K10 Rinse Aid Dispenser
K11 Sanitizer Dispenser
K12 Drain / Start
K
1
K
2
K1 K2
P1
K
3
K
4
K3 K4
P2
K
5
K
6
K5 K6
P3
K
7
K
8
K7 K8
P4
K
9
K
10
K
11
K9 K10
P5
K
12
K11 K12
P6
PAIR 1
24 VDC OUT / RS‐232
BLK
GRN
BLK
PAIR 2
4
1
5
2
BLK (DC RTN)
RED (+24 VDC)
6
3
WHT
PAIR 3
B
L
K
R
E
D
W
H
T
B
L
K
G
R
N
B
L
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
Interconnect cable is Belden 9745 060U500
3 twisted pairs
Connectors shown in top view (wire‐insertion end)
CORRESPONDING CONNECTOR
TO DISPLAY PCB PN 05945‐004‐36‐33
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SCHEMATICS
RACKSTAR 380/480 V, 50/60 HZ, 3-PHASE
Connection Diagram for IO Module PN 05945‐004‐36‐34
ALL CONNECTIONS MAY NOT BE USED ON CERTAN MODELS
T4 (spare)
Input Assignments
I1 Wash
I2 Cycle
I3 Float
I4 Rinse
I5 Chemicals
L1 L2/N
AC signals
T3 (Booster) RED/BLU
T2 (Rinse Injector) GRY/BLU
Programming
header
{
T1 (Wash) RED/WHT
P13 P12 P11 P10
P14
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
+24 VDC
Analog input P9 Pressure sensor
DC RTN
~+4.5 VDC OUT
Piezo switch
LOGIC INPUT P8
DC RTN
Temperature
Sensor inputs
P15
AC power in
24 VDC OUT / RS‐232
P7
Relay Assignments
K1 Power
K2 Booster heater K3 Wash heater
K4 Aux 1 reserved
K5 Aux 2 reserved
K6 Aux 3 reserved
K7 Aux 4 reserved
K8 Delime
K9 Detergent Dispenser
K10 Rinse Aid Dispenser
K11 Sanitizer Dispenser
K12 Drain / Start
K
1
K
2
K1 K2
P1
K
3
K
4
K3 K4
P2
K
5
K
6
K5 K6
P3
K
7
K
8
K7 K8
P4
K
9
K
10
K
11
K9 K10
P5
K
12
BLK
GRN
BLK
K11 K12
P6
PAIR 1
PAIR 2
4
1
5
2
6
3
PAIR 3
B
L
K
R
E
D
W
H
T
B
L
K
G
R
N
B
L
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
BLK (DC RTN)
RED (+24 VDC)
WHT
Interconnect cable is Belden 9745 060U500
3 twisted pairs
Connectors shown in top view (wire‐insertion end)
CORRESPONDING CONNECTOR
TO DISPLAY PCB PN 05945‐004‐36‐33
07610-004-33-05-D
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RACKSTAR STEAM
SCHEMATICS
Connection Diagram for IO Module PN 05945‐004‐36‐34
ALL CONNECTIONS MAY NOT BE USED ON CERTAN MODELS
T4 (spare)
Input Assignments
I1 Wash
I2 Cycle
I3 Float
I4 Rinse
I5 Chemicals
L1 L2/N
AC signals
T3 (Booster) RED/BLU
T2 (Rinse Injector) GRY/BLU
Programming
header
{
T1 (Wash) RED/WHT
P13 P12 P11 P10
P14
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
+24 VDC
Analog input P9 Pressure sensor
DC RTN
~+4.5 VDC OUT
LOGIC INPUT P8 Piezo switch
DC RTN
Temperature
Sensor inputs
P15
AC power in
24 VDC OUT / RS‐232
P7
Relay Assignments
K1 Power
K2 Booster heater K3 Wash heater
K4 Aux 1 reserved
K5 Aux 2 reserved
K6 Aux 3 reserved
K7 Aux 4 reserved
K8 Delime
K9 Detergent Dispenser
K10 Rinse Aid Dispenser
K11 Sanitizer Dispenser
K12 Drain / Start
K
1
K
2
K1 K2
P1
K
3
K
4
K3 K4
P2
K
5
K
6
K5 K6
P3
K
7
K
8
K7 K8
P4
K
9
K
10
K
11
K9 K10
P5
K
12
BLK
GRN
BLK
K11 K12
P6
PAIR 1
PAIR 2
4
1
5
2
6
3
PAIR 3
B
L
K
R
E
D
W
H
T
B
L
K
G
R
N
B
L
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
BLK (DC RTN)
RED (+24 VDC)
WHT
Interconnect cable is Belden 9745 060U500
3 twisted pairs
Connectors shown in top view (wire‐insertion end)
CORRESPONDING CONNECTOR
TO DISPLAY PCB PN 05945‐004‐36‐33
07610-004-33-05-D
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SCHEMATICS
07610-004-33-05-D
RACKSTAR SIDE-LOADER
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ADDENDUM
DISPLAY TEMPLATE
This page can be copied and the display templates cut-out. Lay the cut-out over the display and use the Up-arrow, Downarrow, and Select Buttons to locate the hidden programming buttons.
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RackStar Manual • 07610-004-33-05-D
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