MANUFACTURING
NUMBERS:
9210119
9210200
9210201
9210202
9210203
9210208
9210210
9210213
9210400
9210401
9210410
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VERTICAL CONTACT
TOASTER
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Model VCT-2000
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
Owner ’s Manual
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Owner information......................................................2
Warranty Information..................................................2
Service/Technical Assistance.....................................3
Important Safety Information.....................................3
Specifications..............................................................5
Electrical Specifications..............................................5
Dimensions.................................................................5
Electrical Cord and Plug Configurations....................5
Installation....................................................................6
Unpacking...................................................................6
Equipment Setup........................................................6
Assembling the Unit...................................................6
Operation......................................................................8
Operating Instructions................................................8
Temperature Adjustments...........................................8
Safety Features........................................................10
Fault Messages........................................................11
Maintenance...............................................................12
Daily..........................................................................12
Replacing the Black and Silver Release..................13
Replacing Belt Wraps...............................................13
Conveyor Belt Chains...............................................14
Roller Tensioners......................................................15
Troubleshooting........................................................16
Replacement Parts....................................................20
Wiring Diagram..........................................................26
Limited Warranty.......................................Back Cover
OWNER INFORMATION
General
Warranty Information
The Vertical Contact Toaster Model VCT-2000 is
designed for contact toasting of buns. The toaster
design allows the operator to place buns on both
sides of the heated platen at the same time. Buns are
placed into the top of the toaster and uniform, golden
brown, warm buns are then retrieved at the base of the
toaster.
Please read the full text of the Limited Warranty in this
manual.
If the unit arrives damaged, contact the carrier immediately and file a damage claim with them. Save all
packing materials when filing a claim. Freight damage
claims are the responsibility of the purchaser and are
not covered under warranty.
This manual provides the safety, installation, and
operating procedures for the Vertical Contact Toaster
Model VCT-2000. We recommend that all information
contained in this manual be read prior to installing and
operating the unit.
The warranty does not extend to:
Your Vertical Contact Toaster Model VCT-2000 is
manufactured from the finest materials available and is
assembled to Roundup’s strict quality standards. This
unit has been tested at the factory to ensure dependable trouble-free operation.
• Damages caused in shipment or damage as
result of improper use.
• Installation of electrical service.
• Normal maintenance as outlined in this manual.
• Malfunction resulting from improper maintenance.
• Damage caused by abuse or careless handling.
• Damage from moisture into electrical
components
• Damage from tampering with, removal of, or
changing any preset control or safety device.
IMPORTANT! Keep these instructions for future reference. If the unit changes
ownership, be sure this manual accompanies the equipment.
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OWNER INFORMATION (continued)
Service/Technical Assistance
Refer to the service agency directory included with your
unit.
If you experience any problems with the installation
or operation of your unit, contact your local Roundup
Authorized Service Agency.
Authorized Service Agency
Name:
Fill in the information below and have it handy when
calling your Authorized Service Agency for assistance.
The serial number is on the specification plate located
on the rear of the unit.
Phone No.:
Address:
Use only genuine Roundup replacement parts in this
unit. Use of replacement parts other than those supplied by the manufacturer will void the warranty. Your
Authorized Service Agency has been factory trained
and has a complete supply of parts for this toaster.
Purchased From:
Date of Purchase:
Model No.:
Serial No.:
You may also contact the factory at 1-877-392-7854
(toll Free in the U.S.) or 630-784-1000 if you have trouble locating your nearest Authorized Service Agency.
Mfg. No.:
IMPORTANT
A.J. Antunes & Co. reserves the right to change specifications and product design
without notice. Such revisions do NOT entitle the buyer to corresponding changes,
improvements, additions or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Throughout this manual, you will find the following safety words and symbols that signify important safety issues with
regards to operating or maintaining the equipment.
WARNING
WARNING
GENERAL WARNING. Indicates information important to the proper operation of
the equipment. Failure to observe may
result in damage to the equipment and/or
severe bodily injury or death.
ELECTRICAL WARNING. Indicates information relating to possible shock hazard.
Failure to observe may result in damage
to the equipment and/or severe bodily
injury or death.
CAUTION
WARNING
GENERAL CAUTION. Indicates information important to the proper operation of
the equipment. Failure to observe may
result in damage to the equipment.
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HOT SURFACE WARNING. Indicates
information important to the handling of
equipment and parts. Failure to observe
caution could result in personal injury.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION (continued)
In addition to the warnings and cautions in this manual,
use the following guidelines for safe operation of the
unit.
• Read all instructions before using equipment.
• For your safety, the equipment is furnished with
a properly grounded cord connector. Do NOT
attempt to defeat the grounded connector.
• Install or locate the equipment only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do NOT use
corrosive chemicals in this equipment.
• Do NOT operate this equipment if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or
if it has been damaged or dropped.
• Do NOT block or cover any openings on the unit.
• Do NOT immerse cord or plug in water.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do NOT allow cord to hang over edge of table or
counter.
• Turn the power off, unplug the power cord,
and allow unit to cool down before performing
any service or maintenance.
• The toaster should be grounded according to
local electrical codes to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. It requires a grounded
receptacle with separate electrical lines protected by fuses or a circuit breaker of the
proper rating.
• When installing the conveyor Belt Wrap, be
careful not to wrap it around the upper and
lower support rods or permanent damage to
belt will occur. Make sure the Belt Wrap is
positioned between the upper and lower
support rods.
• Make sure both ends of Belt Wrap are aligned
evenly before installing Belt Wrap Pin.
• Do NOT clean this appliance with a water jet.
• If supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer or its service agent, or a
similarly qualified person.
• All electrical connections must be in accordance with local electrical codes and any
other applicable codes.
•
WARNING, ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH.
The following warnings and cautions appear
throughout this manual and should be carefully
observed.
• Bread may burn. Therefore toasters must
not be used near or below curtains or other
combustible walls and materials. Failure to
maintain safe operating distances may cause
discoloration or combustion.
•
Failure to use Release Sheets may result in
damage to the equipment and loss of warranty coverage.
• This equipment should be serviced by qualified
personnel only. Contact the nearest Authorized
Service Agency for adjustment or repair.
-Electrical ground is required on this unit.
- Do NOT modify the power supply cord
plug. If it does not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
- Do NOT use an extension cord with this
unit.
- Check with a qualified electrician if you are
unsure if the unit is properly grounded.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical Specifications
Electrical Cord and Plug Configurations
Model &
Mfg. No.
Volts
Watts
Amp.
Hz.
VCT-2000
9210119
Model &
Mfg. No.
Plug
Description
208
3291
15.8
60
VCT-2000
9210200
9210201
220 - 240
3019 - 3593
13.7 - 15
50
VCT-2000
9210202
220 - 240
3019 - 3593
13.7 - 15
50
CEE 7/7, 16
Amp., 250 VAC
(Assembly Only).
VCT-2000
9210203
220 - 240
3019 - 3593
13.7 - 15
50
VCT-2000
9210200
9210203
9210208
9210210
9210213
9210400
9210401
9210410
VCT-2000
9210208
220 - 240
3019 - 3593
13.7 - 15
50
VCT-2000
9210210
220 - 240
3019 - 3593
13.7 - 15
50
VCT-2000
9210201
9210202
IEC-309, 16 Amp.,
250 VAC.
Pin & Sleeve
(Assembly Only).
VCT-2000
9210213
220 - 240
3019 - 3593
13.7 - 15
50
VCT-2000
9210400
9210401
Heated Base
VCT-2000
9210119
6-20P, 20 Amp.,
250 VAC.,
Non-Locking
220 - 240
3058 - 3640 13.9 - 15.2
50
VCT-2000
9210410
Heated Base
220 - 240
3058 - 3640 13.9 - 15.2
50
Plug
Configuration
Dimensions
Model &
Mfg. No.
Width
(A)
Depth
(B)
Height
(C)
VCT-2000
9210119
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210200
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210201
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210202
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210203
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
24 1/4"
(616 mm)
VCT-2000
9210208
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210210
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210213
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
15 1/4'
(387 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210401
9210400 Heated
Base
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
10 3/4'
(273 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
VCT-2000
9210410 Heated
Base
21 1/4"
(540 mm)
10 3/4'
(273 mm)
23 1/4"
(591 mm)
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A
B
(no bun chute)
C
B
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INSTALLATION
Unpacking
Assembling the Unit
1. Remove the unit and all packing materials from
shipping carton.
NOTE: The factory has pre-installed a Release
Sheet over the Platen (Figure 1). Verify that it is
properly in place before proceeding.
2. Open the included large box. It should contain the
following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
1. Remove Bun Chute (some models) and Bun
Feeder from the box and install (Figure 1).
Bun Chute (Figure 1) some models only.
Bun Feeder (Figure 1) some models only.
Two Release Sheets (Figure 1).
Owner’s Manual.
Maintenance Card (some models only).
Authorized Service Agency Directory.
IMPORTANT: Make sure heat shield assembly is
activating the Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch
(see Figure 1). The conveyors will not rotate unless
the Heat Shield is in place and Conveyor Safety
Interlock Switch is activated.
3. Remove all shipping tape and protective coverings from the unit and parts.
CAUTION
Bread may burn. Therefore toasters must not be
used near or below curtains or other combustible
walls and materials. Failure to maintain safe operating distances may cause discoloration or combustion.
NOTE: If any parts are missing or damaged, contact Antunes Technical Service IMMEDIATELY at 1877-392-7854 (toll free in the U.S.) or 630-784-1000.
Equipment Setup
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Before placing the toaster into service, pay attention to
the following guidelines:
• Make sure power to the unit is off and the toaster
is at room temperature.
• Do NOT block or cover any openings on the unit.
• Do NOT immerse cord or plug in water.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do NOT allow cord to hang over edge of table or
counter.
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
• Do NOT modify the power supply cord plug. If
it does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
• Do NOT use an extension cord with this
appliance.
• The toaster should be grounded according to
local electrical codes to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. It requires a grounded
receptacle with separate electrical lines protected by fuses or a circuit breaker of the proper rating.
• Connect the unit to the proper power supply.
Refer to the specification plate for proper voltage
WARNING
Failure to use Release Sheets may result in damage to the unit and loss of warranty coverage.
• Check with a qualified electrician if you are
unsure if the appliance is properly grounded.
CAUTION
All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable codes.
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INSTALLATION (continued)
Bun Feeder
(some models only)
Release
Sheet
Retainer
Clips
Heat Shield
Bun Chute Assembly
connected over the
bottom rear support rod
(some models only)
Release
Sheet
Platen
Rear Belt
Wrap
Rear
Conveyor
Belt Chain
Front
Conveyor
Belt Chain
Conveyor
Safety
Interlock
Switch
Rear Conveyor
Cover Assembly
(with Roller Tensioner)
Front Belt
Wrap
Front Conveyor
Cover Assembly
Bun Chute
(some models only)
Roller Tensioner
Figure 1. VCT-2000 Toaster
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OPERATION
Operating Instructions
NOTE: The toaster is tested and shipped with the heaters
set at the above recommended temperatures.
1. Set the Bun Thickness Adjustment Controls
(Figure 3) to desired setting.
Power
Cord
Bun Thickness
Adjustment Control
(See Figure 3)
NOTE: Recommended settings are #2 for heel and
#6 for crown.
2. Turn the Rocker Switch on. (Figure 2). Allow the
toaster to warm-up for 30 minutes before proceeding.
THICKNESS
THICKNESS
6
3
2
5
1
4
4
1
5
6
1 = 1/2"(12.7mm)
2 = 5/8"(15.9mm)
3 = 11/16"(17.5mm)
4 = 3/4"(19.1mm)
5 = 13/16"(20.6mm)
6 = 7/8"(22.2mm)
2
3
NOTE: The temperature display (Figure 2) will flash
“LO” until the toaster reaches its preset operating
temperature. When the toaster approaches the preset temperature of 600°F (315°C), “USE” appears
in the temperature display and the unit is ready to
toast buns. If “USE” does not appear in the window
after warm-up period of approximately 30 minutes,
contact your Authorized Service Agency.
Hi-Limit
Reset
3. Drop Crowns and Heels into the slot (Figure 2).
Cut sides of heel and crown must face each
other.
Temperature
Controls
& Temperature
Display
Bun Landing Area
Rocker
Switch
4. Toasted buns will drop into the bun landing area
(Figure 2).
Figure 2. VCT-2000 Toaster
5. Test at least four buns before putting the toaster
into service.
THICKNESS
6. Turn the Rocker Switch off when finished toasting
for the day and proceed with the Daily Cleaning
as outlined in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
THICKNESS
6
3
2
5
1
4
Temperature Adjustments
4
1
The VCT-2000 uses a Platen Heater and two Auxiliary
Air Heaters. The Platen Heater consists of a heating
element built into the Platen to toast the cut side of
the bun. The two Auxiliary Heaters assist in providing additional heat to the buns. The first Auxiliary Air
Heater is located between the conveyor in the front
of the toaster. The second Auxiliary Heater is located
between the conveyor at the rear of the unit.
5
6
1 = 1/2"(12.7mm)
2 = 5/8"(15.9mm)
3 = 11/16"(17.5mm)
4 = 3/4"(19.1mm)
5 = 13/16"(20.6mm)
6 = 7/8"(22.2mm)
2
3
Figure 3. Bun Thickness Adjustment Controls
RECOMMENDED TEMPERATURES
Recommended temperature setting for the Platen heater is 600°F (315°C).
Recommended temperature setting for the Auxiliary Air
Heaters is 400°F (204°C).
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OPERATION (continued)
TEMPERATURE CONTROL PANEL
“Heat On” LED will blink on/off during warm up and when either
platen or auxiliary air heaters are calling for heat.
NOTE: The term “set point temperature” refers to the
desired temperature setting.
To display the actual Platen temperature—providing it is
over 440°F (227° C)—press the TEMP UP button.
SP - P
600
˚F
To display the actual Auxiliary Air Heater temperature—
providing it is over 360°F (182°C)—press the TEMP
DOWN button.
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
˚F
˚C
TEMP
SCALE
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
˚C
TEMP
SCALE
To switch the temperature display between Fahrenheit
(°F) and Celsius (°C), press and hold the TEMP SCALE
button for 5 seconds.
POWER
PLATEN HEATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
1. Turn the Rocker Switch on and wait for the
Temperature Display to finish the power up
sequence (Figure 4).
POWER
1. SP-P (Set Point Platen)
is displayed
2. Current Platen Set Point
Temperature setting is shown
SP - A
400
2. Press and hold the TEMP UP and TEMP DOWN
buttons for over 1 second until the display flashes
the Platen set point temperature, then release
(Figure 5).
˚F
3. Press the TEMP UP button to raise the set point
temperature or press the TEMP DOWN button to
lower the set point temperature.
TEMP
UP
NOTE: The Maximum Platen Set point Temperature
is 600°F (315°C). If no change in temperature is made
within 5 seconds, the display reverts back to the previous set point.
TEMP
DOWN
TEMP
SCALE
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
˚C
TEMP
SCALE
POWER
POWER
4. Release the button when the desired set point is
displayed.
˚F
˚C
3. SP-A (Set Point Auxiliary)
is displayed
4. Current Auxiliary Air Set Point
Temperature is shown
AUXILIARY AIR HEATER TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
1. Turn the Rocker Switch on and wait for Temperature
Display to finish the power up sequence (Figure 4).
LO
USE
°F
2. Press and hold the TEMP UP and TEMP SCALE
buttons for over 1 second until the display flashes
the set point temperature, then release (Figure 6).
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
°C
TEMP
SCALE
3. Press the TEMP UP button to raise the set point
temperature or press the TEMP DOWN button to
lower the set point temperature. POWER
NOTE: The maximum Auxiliary Air Heater Set point
Temperature is 400°F (204°C).
4. Release the button when the desired set point is
displayed.
5. “LO” is displayed until
platen temperature rises
above 550°F (288°C)
NOTE: If no change in temperature is made within 5
seconds, the display reverts back to the previous set
point.
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6. "USE" is displayed when
Platen Set Point Temperature*
is reached
* Platen set point temperature must be between
460°F (238°C) and 600°F (315°).
Figure 4. Temperature Power Up Sequence
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OPERATION (continued)
Safety Features
1.Press both buttons at the same
time for 1 second to start adjustment sequence.
2.Press TEMP UP button to raise
platen set point temperature.
3.Press TEMP DOWN button
to lower platen set point
temperature.
HI-LIMIT RESET BUTTON
551
°F
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
A Hi-Limit Control turns off electrical power to the heater and control circuits if the platen overheats. To reset
the control, allow sufficient time (10-15 minutes) for the
unit to cool, then locate the Reset Button at the rear
of the unit. Remove the black protective cap, press
the Reset Button, and reinstall the protective cap
(Figure 2).
°C
TEMP
SCALE
NOTE: If the unit requires continuous resetting,
contact your Authorized Service Agency.
POWER
Figure 5. Platen Heater Set Point Temperature
1.Press both buttons at the same
time for 1 second to start adjustment sequence.
2.Press TEMP UP button to raise
auxiliary air heaters set point
temperature.
3.Press TEMP DOWN button to
lower auxiliary air heaters
set point temperature.
336
°F
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
°C
TEMP
SCALE
POWER
Figure 6. Auxiliary Air Heaters Set Point Temperature
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OPERATION (continued)
Fault messages
•
If the Platen Thermocouple is disconnected or
“open”, the display will flash “HI.” The Platen
Thermocouple must be reattached or replaced.
•
If the Platen Heater temperature exceeds 620°F
(327°C) the display will flash “HI” and the heating
circuit will turn off (Figure 7). After the toaster has
cooled down, the unit must be turned off, then back
on to restart. If this condition repeats, contact your
Authorized Service Agency.
•
•
•
•
“HI” will flash if platen
temperature exceeds 620°F
(327°C) or if platen thermocouple is disconnected or “open”.
“HI” and “USE” will flash if
auxiliary heaters temperature
exceeds 440°F (227°C) or if
the Auxiliary Thermocouple
is disconnected or “open.”
USE
HI
°F
TEMP
UP
If the Auxiliary Heating temperature exceeds 420°F
(215°C) the display will alternately flash “HI” and
“USE” (Figure 7). After the toaster has cooled
down, the unit must be turned off, then back on
to restart. If this condition repeats, contact your
Authorized Service Agency.
TEMP
DOWN
°F
°C
TEMP
SCALE
TEMP
DOWN
°C
TEMP
SCALE
POWER
POWER
The temperature controller has an ambient
temperature sensor that will disable the heating
circuits if the control compartment ambient
temperature becomes excessive: 140°F (60°C)
to 180°F (82°C).
TEMP
UP
Figure 7. “HI” Fault Message
“CHEC” will flash when
control compartment
ambient temperature is
excessive: 140°F (60°C) to
180°F (82°C). All heaters will
shut off.
When this occurs, the temperature display will flash
“CHEC” (Figure 8). To restart the unit, ambient must
drop to 140°F (60°C) and the unit must be turned
off, then back on. If this condition repeats, contact
your Authorized Service Agency.
If incoming power drops below 175 Volts, the heating circuits are disabled and the display will read
“PO” (Figure 9). To reset, the voltage must be over
190 Volts, then the unit must be turned off and back
on. If this condition repeats, contact your Authorized
Service Agency.
CHEC
°F
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
°C
TEMP
SCALE
POWER
Figure 8. “CHEC” Fault Message
“PO” will flash if
incoming power drops below
190 Volts. Toaster shuts
down.
The “PH” fault message (Figure 9) is displayed if
the Conveyor Interlock Safety Switch (Figure 1)
is not properly engaged . When a PH fault exists,
reposition the Heat Shield so that it fully engages
the Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch. The unit
should return to normal operation when the Heat
Shield is positioned correctly.
“PH” will flash when the
Conveyor Safety Interlock
Switch is not properly
engaged.
PO
ph
°F
TEMP
UP
If the “PH” Fault does not clear, contact your
Authorized Service Agency for service.
POWER
TEMP
DOWN
°F
°C
TEMP
SCALE
TEMP
UP
TEMP
DOWN
°C
TEMP
SCALE
POWER
Figure 9. “PO” and “PH” Fault Messages
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Turn the power off, unplug the power cord, and
allow the unit to cool down 30 minutes before
performing any service or maintenance.
6. Close the rear Conveyor Cover, reinstall the Heat
Shield, plug in the power cord, turn the unit on,
until the uncleaned portion of the Belt Wrap is
accessible. Then turn the unit off and unplug the
unit.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the unit, do NOT use abrasive cleaners on the Release Sheet or Belt Wrap.
7. Remove the Heat Shield, then open the rear
Conveyor Cover and clean the newly exposed
section of the Belt Wrap in the same manner as
before. Close the Conveyor Cover.
CAUTION
Failure to use Release Sheets may result in damage to the unit and loss of warranty coverage.
8. Open the front Conveyor Cover again and clean
the newly exposed section of the Belt Wrap in the
same manner as before.
Daily
CLEANING THE BLACK AND SILVER RELEASE SHEET,
CONVEYOR BELT WRAPS, AND TOASTER
9. Close the front Conveyor Cover and wipe down
the outside of the toaster with a clean, damp,
sanitized towel.
Tools Required:
• Heat-resistant gloves
• Clean towels
10. Install the Release Sheet by draping it over both
sides of the Platen with the crease centered on
the Platen.
•
Multipurpose Detergent Solution
•
Sanitizer Solution
NOTE: Rotate from the black side to the silver side
daily or weekly to prolong the life of the Release
Sheet.
1. Turn the Rocker Switch off, unplug the power
cord, and allow the unit to cool for 30 minutes.
11. Install the Bun Chute so the hooks are installed
over the lower rear yellow Support Rod. Install
the Heat Shield with the Release Sheet Retainer
clips securely over the Release Sheet and
Platen.
2. Put on heat-resistant gloves. Remove the Bun
Feeder, Heat Shield, and Bun Chute (some models). Wipe them with a damp sanitized towel and
allow them to air dry.
12. Reinstall the Bun Feeder and plug in the unit.
3. Remove the Release Sheet and place it on a
clean, flat dry surface. Wipe the silver side with
a clean towel dampened with Multipurpose
Detergent Solution immediately followed by a
second clean towel dampened with sanitizer and
allow it to air dry before continuing. Repeat this
step on the black side of the Release Sheet once
the silver side is dry.
NOTE: Make sure the Heat Shield is activating the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch. The Conveyors
will not rotate unless the Heat Shield is in place
and the Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch is activated.
NOTE: Check the Release Sheet to make sure it is
not caught in the Conveyor. Additional Release
Sheets can be obtained through your Authorized
Service Agency under P/N 7000249 (3-Pack) or
7000250 (10-Pack).
4. Open the front Conveyor Cover and firmly wipe
the black Belt Wrap from left to right and top
to bottom with a clean towel dampened with
Multipurpose Detergent Solution immediately
followed by a second clean towel dampened with
sanitizer.
5. Close the front Conveyor Cover, open the rear
Conveyor Cover, and clean the Belt Wrap as
described in Step 4.
12
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
MAINTENANCE (continued)
Replacing the Black and Silver Release
Sheet (Every 4–6 weeks)
Conveyor Belt
Chains
Conveyor
Safety
Interlock
Switch
Conveyor
Cover Assy.
NOTE: Depending on toaster usage and on how
well it is cleaned daily, the black and silver Release
Sheet should last 45 to 60 days.
Belt Wrap
Pin
1. Remove and discard the Release Sheet.
2. Lay a new Release Sheet on a clean, dry surface
and fold it in half lengthwise and gently crease it
at the fold using only your fingers.
3. Install the Release Sheet.
Figure 11. Removing Belt Wrap
Upper Support Rod
Fold over so
ends meet.
Belt Rotation
Press Lightly
with finger to
form crease.
Lower
Support Rod
Replacing Belt Wraps (Every 3–6 months)
ION
UT
CA
NOTE: Depending on toaster usage and how well
they are cleaned daily, the black Belt Wraps should
last 3 to 6 months. Additional Belt Wraps may be
purchased from your Authorized Service Agency.
Belt Wrap
Pin
1. Turn the Rocker Switch off, unplug the power
cord, and allow the unit to cool.
Figure 12. Installing Belt Wrap
2. Remove the Bun Feeder and Heat Shield and set
the Compression Control Knobs to 6 and 6.
3. Open both Conveyor Covers and pull the Belt
Wrap Pin out of the “zipper” (Figure 11).
4. Remove and discard the old Belt Wrap(s).
INCORRECT
5. Clean both Conveyor Belt Chains just as you
would clean the Belt Wraps during daily cleaning
(Figure 11).
Figure 13. Aligning Belt Teeth
CAUTION
Align the ends of the Belt Wrap properly (Figure
13) or the Belt Wrap may be damaged. Position
the Belt Wrap between the upper and lower yellow
support rods or damage to the unit may occur.
6. Install the new Belt Wrap(s) around the Conveyor
Belt Chains inside the yellow rods with the “zipper” flap exposed and hanging down (Figures 12
& 13).
7. Close the Conveyor Cover(s), set the
Compression Control Knobs back to their normal
settings and reinstall the Heat Shield and Bun
Feeder.
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
CORRECT
13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
MAINTENANCE (continued)
WARNING
Turn the power off, unplug the power cord and
allow the unit to cool down before performing any
service or maintenance.
4. Reassemble the Conveyor Belt Chain onto the
sprockets as described below.
Conveyor Belt Chains (Every 3–6 months)
NOTE: If the belt is too short to be reassembled,
remove an additional 1/2” small link and install a
3/4” large link. This will shorten the belt 1/4”.
MEASURING CONVEYOR BELTS CHAINS
REPLACING CONVEYOR BELT CHAINS
1. Remove the old Conveyor Belt Chain as
described in the previous steps.
Facing the toaster, locate the approximate center point
of the Conveyor Chain. Pull the Conveyor Chain away
from the edge of the toaster. Stand a U.S. Dime,
11/16” (1.8 cm) coin on end between the frame and the
chain. If the gap is significantly wider than the coin,
REMOVE links as described below. Then, measure
the gap again to make sure it is not too tight. Check
the opposite side of the toaster using the same measurements.
2. Place the replacement Conveyor Belt Chain on
the top sprockets with hook ends down. Check for
correct positioning (Figure 14).
NOTE: The ends of the hooks must point down.
(Figure 14).
3. Wrap the Conveyor Belt Chain around lower
sprockets and connect by hooking both ends
together.
NOTE: Make sure the Conveyor Belt Chain is
installed under the Upper Support Rod and over the
Lower Support Rod.
Rotation
Upper Support Rod
Large Link
P/N 0800121
Small Link
P/N 0800204
ADJUSTING CONVEYOR BELT CHAINS
Figure 14. Removing Conveyor Belt Chains
After a time, the Conveyor Chain links will wear and
the Conveyor Belt chain will stretch, eventually skipping
on the sprockets. This is easily remedied by removing
one or more conveyor links from each side of the belt.
There are two 1/2” small links on each side of the conveyor belt. The others are large, 3/4” long (Figure 14).
REMOVING CONVEYOR BELT CHAINS
1. Perform steps 1 - 4 under Replacing Belt Wraps
on the previous page.
2. Disconnect the Conveyor Belt Chain by squeezing any two links together and unhooking both
ends of one link (Figure 14).
3. To shorten a stretched Conveyor Belt Chain,
remove one 1/2” link from the belt.
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
MAINTENANCE (continued)
REPLACING ROLLER TENSIONERS
Roller Tensioners (Every 3–6 months)
1. Remove the acorn nuts and old Roller Tensioner
assembly (Figure 15).
MEASURING ROLLER TENSIONERS
1. Measure the Roller Tensioner on both inner
Conveyor Covers (See illustration). Adjust or
replace any damaged ones as recommended.
The space between the inner Conveyor Cover
and bottom of the tensioner wheel should be
13/16” (2.1 cm) or the height of a U.S. Nickel.
2. Replace Roller Tensioner assembly, and reassemble.
3. Make sure the spacers are placed inside the
tensioner arm. The spacers are smaller than the
holes to allow the tensioner to pivot freely.
Acorn Nuts
Weld
Screws
Tensioner
Assy.
Spacers
Tape
Figure 16. Replacing Roller Tensioner Assy.
Figure 15. Measuring Roller Tensioner
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
To avoid possible personal injury and/or damage to the unit, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment should be performed by qualified service personnel. The unit should be unplugged when servicing,
except when electrical tests are required. Use extreme care during electrical circuit tests. Live circuits will
be exposed.
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Control Display Flash- Platen temperature is below 440ºF
es “LO” continuously
(226ºC).
Buns not toasting
properly.
Allow the unit to warm up for 30 minutes and then
recheck. If the Control Display still reads “LO,” contact your maintenance person or Authorized Service
Agency for service.
Control display flashes “LO” continuously.
Buns burn.
Failed Platen Thermocouple.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Temperature display
flashes “PH”.
The Heat Shield is not fully engaging the Conveyor Safety Interlock
Switch.
Reposition the Heat Shield so that it fully engages
the Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch.
Loose wiring between the phase
control and A/C isolator boards.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency.
The power to the unit is below 190
volts.
Turn the Rocker Switch off and then back on. If the
display still shows “PO,” check the power cord, plug,
and outlet for damage.
Reset the Circuit Breakers.
Contact your maintenance person, Authorized
Service Agency, or electrician for service.
Control Display
flashes “PO” continuously.
Failed Control Board.
Failed Control Board.
Failed Transformer.
Control flashes
“CHEC” continuously.
Control Compartment temperature is Verify side vents on toaster are unblocked and not
above 140ºF.
near other heating appliances. If problem still persists, contact your maintenance person or AuthoFailed Cooling Fan.
rized Service Agency for service.
Failed Control Board.
Control Display
flashes “HI” continuously. Buns burn.
Failed Platen Solid State relay.
Control Display flashes “HI” continuously.
Buns not toasting
properly.
Loose Platen Thermocouple connec- Re-secure the Platen Thermocouple connection to
tion on Control Board or the Platen
the Control Board. If the Control Display still reads
Thermocouple is open.
“HI,” check the Thermocouple for continuity. Contact your maintenance person or Authorized Service
Failed Control Board.
Agency for service.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Failed Control Board.
Failed Platen Thermocouple.
Control Display
Loose Auxiliary Thermocouple conflashes “HI” & “LO” at nection on Control Board or Thermocold start up, then “HI” couple is “open.”
& “USE” after 20 - 30
minutes.
16
Re -secure the Auxiliary Thermocouple connection to
the Control Board. If the Control Display still reads
“HI” & “LO” or “HI” & “USE,” check Thermocouple
for continuity. Contact your maintenance person or
Authorized Service Agency for service.
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
No Control Display.
Conveyor does not
turn.
Buns not toasting
adequately.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Unit not plugged in.
Plug unit into the proper electrical outlet.
Hi-Limit control has tripped.
Allow unit to cool and reset the Hi-Limit control. If
it trips again, contact your maintenance person or
Authorized Service Agency.
Circuit Breakers turned off or tripped.
Damaged electrical outlet, plug, or
cord. Power On/Off Rocker Switch
damaged.
Reset Circuit Breakers. If they trip again, check the
cord, plug, and outlet for damage.
Contact your maintenance person, Authorized
Service Agency, or electrician.
Safety Interlock Switch is not activated.
Reposition the Heat Shield properly.
Heat Shield is bent or damaged.
Replace Heat Shield (P/N 0011528).
Damaged or Missing Roller
Tensioner(s).
Adjust or replace Roller Tensioner(s).
Conveyor Belt/Chain has stretched.
Chain skipping on sprockets.
Measure and adjust the Conveyor Belt Chains as
described in the Maintenance section of this manual.
Motor Drive Chain came off
Sprocket(s).
Reinstall Drive Chain.
Drive Chain needs lubrication.
Lubricate chain with (P/N 2190152).
Drive Motor has overheated.
Allow unit to cool and check Conveyor(s) for obstructions or binding at sprockets. Measure and
adjust Conveyor Belt(s) as described in the Maintenance section of this manual.
Drive Motor has failed.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Compression Settings are incorrect.
Use the recommended settings. Set Heel to 2 and
Crown to 6.
Temperature Setting is incorrect.
Verify that the Platen (SP-P) is set to 600°F (315°C)
and the Auxiliary (SP-A) is set to 400°F (204°C).
For making changes in the set point temperature,
see the Installation section of this manual.
Release Sheet is worn or needs
cleaning (replace every 4–6 weeks).
Inspect Release Sheet for cleanliness, worn sports,
tears, or wrinkles. Clean or replace Release Sheet
as described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Belt Wraps are worn or need cleaning (replace every 3–6 months).
Replace or clean Belt Wraps as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Belt Wraps are not tacky/sticky.
Clean or replace Belt Wraps as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Buns do not meet specifications.
Contact your Bun supplier.
Non-OEM Release Sheets used.
Use only OEM Release Sheets (P/N 7000250).
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Crowns and/or Heels
must be forced into
the toaster. Buns
sticking and burning.
New Conveyor Belt
Wraps do not fit.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Belt Wraps not being cleaned properly.
Clean Belt Wraps as described in the Maintenance
section of this manual.
Conveyor Belt Wraps are not tacky/
sticky (replace every 3–6 months).
Clean Belt Wraps. If the Belt Wraps are too worn,
replace them as described in the maintenance
section of this manual.
Belt Wraps are dirty, worn, or damaged (replace every 3–6 months).
Clean or replace Belt Wraps as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Release Sheet is not being cleaned
properly.
Clean both sides of the black and silver Release
Sheet as described in the Maintenance section of
this manual.
Release Sheet is not being reversed
as required.
Reverse the Release Sheet or replace Release
Sheet as described in the Maintenance section of
this manual.
Release Sheet is dirty, worn, or
damaged (replace every 4–6
weeks).
Clean or replace Release Sheet as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Conveyor Belt Chains are skipping
on Sprockets.
Measure and adjust the Conveyor Belt Chains as
described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch
is not being activated by the Heat
Shield.
Heat Shield is ajar. Reposition Heat Shield.
Belt Wraps slipping over Conveyor
Belt Chains.
Remove Belt Wraps and clean the Conveyor Belt
Chain links and Belt Wraps as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Roller Tensioner(s) damaged or
missing.
Reinstall or replace Roller Tensioner(s) as described
in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Drive Motor stalls intermittently.
Contact your maintenance person or an Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Compression Settings are incorrect.
Use the recommended settings. Set Heel to 2 and
Crown to 6.
Buns are not inserted into the toaster properly.
Buns must be inserted with the cut sides facing
each other on the correct Heel or Crown side.
Non-OEM or damaged Belt Wraps
used.
Replace with OEM Belt Wraps (P/N 7000416).
Compression Settings are incorrect.
Set Compression Knobs to 6 and 6 when replacing Belt Wraps or when adjusting Conveyor Belt
Chains.
Belt Wraps not installed correctly.
Install Belt Wraps inside the Yellow Support Rods
with the “zipper flap” exposed and hanging down.
Non-OEM or damaged Belt Wraps
used.
Replace with OEM Belt Wraps (P/N 7000416).
18
Heat Shield is damaged. Replace if necessary. If
the Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch is damaged,
contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Toaster makes
unusual sounds.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Compression Settings are too tight.
Set Compression Settings to the correct (or larger)
setting.
Conveyor Belt Wrap is installed
incorrectly.
Belt Wraps must be installed as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Belt Wrap Pin rubbing on housing.
Center the Pin in the Belt Wrap “zipper.”
Roller Tensioner(s) bent or missing.
Measure, adjust, or replace the Roller Tensioner(s)
as described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Conveyor Belt Chains have
stretched.
Measure and adjust the conveyor Belt Chains as
described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Conveyor Belt Chains adjusted
incorrectly.
Sugar and/or carbon has accumulated inside the Conveyor Belt Wrap
and between the Conveyor Belt
Chain and Tensioner Slide Rails.
Remove Belt Wraps, clean Conveyor Belt Chain
links just as you clean the Belt Wraps daily, and
then clean the Slide Rails on the Tensioners.
Next, clean the Belt Wrap on both sides before
reinstalling it.
Motor Drive Chain needs lubrication. Lubricate the Drive Chain carefully with P/N
2140152 at least once a year.
A Conveyor Shaft bearing is binding. Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Parts Identification
Platen
Conveyor Safety
Interlock Switch
Front Auxiliary
Air Heater
Rear Auxiliary Air
Heater
Auxiliary Air
Thermocouple
Auxiliary Relay
Idler Sprocket
Rear Drive
Sprocket (Behind
Line Filter)
Front Drive
Sprocket
Platen Relay
A/C Frequency
Board
Transformer
Line Filter
Platen
Thermocouple
Temperature
Control
Hi-Limit Capillary
Probe
Drive Chain
Drive Motor
Assembly
Fan Blade
Auxiliary Air
Thermocouple
Rocker Switch
Hi-Limit
Control
20
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
Base Only 107 107 107
Heated
Heated
BaseHeated
Base
Only Only
CA
UT
106 106
IO
CA
UT
IO
CA
UT
N
Do
Do
IO
no
N
Do
t to
uc
hh
ot
su
rfa
ce
s
no
t to
uc
hh
ot
no
t to
uc
h
106
N
ho
ts
ur
su
rfa
108 108
ce
s
108
110
111
fac
es
109
109 109
116
64
3
38
Bun Feeder 0011348 is included with
Mfg. No. 9210203. Sold as added accessory for
other units under kit P/N 7000236.
29
35
52
66
76
83
34
3
61
N
TIO
CAU
101
98
33
81
PLATEN
P
L
A
T
E
N
A
U
X
I
L
I
A
R
Y
AUXILIARY
113
48A
60
28
55
TE
M
UP P
TE
DO MP
WN
°F
°C
TE
SC MP
ALE
63
83
POW
ER
82/82A
48
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
21
93 103
8
86
10
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
ALWA NO
YS BUN
US
E RE OIL
LEAS
HEE
E SH
L
CRO
WN REL
EAS
SHE E
ET
FOR
PAR
TS
AND
EET
SER
VIC
E CON
TAC
T 1-87
7-39
2-78
54
100
36
67
71
16
70
97
70
54
42
72
70
92
26
62
65
Auxilary
platenasdfasdf
83
17
TE
M
UP P
32
PO
TE
DO MP
WN
70
17
75
67
91
115
27
42
80
20
89
°C
74
67
104
WE
R
17
19
90
70
°F
TE
SC MP
ALE
18
114
53
56
67
12
19
72
21 15
23
87
17
70
24
39
84
43
83
23
68
11
71
22
46
22
58
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
2
16
49
1
37
70
30, 94
5
4
67
31, 95
50
41
9
79
78
65
6
88
51
57
4
31
1
95
85
76
40
2
67
6
49
30
9
41
67
76
94
96
85
65
6
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
7
83
23
45
7
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
Item
1
Part No.
2
3
0011266
0800204
0800121
2150117
7000322
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
14
0010475
7000644
7000207
7000199
0011444
2150118
2100212
7000374
7000539
15 7000296
16 7000167
16A 7000224
17 2150181
2150109
18 2150187
19 0011299
20 0011300
21 0503589
22 7000240
7000364
7000269
23 2150211
2150132
2150173
2150112
2150120
24
26
27
28
29
7000542
7000370
4010187
7000416
7000186
Description
Conveyor Belt (Incl. Items Below)
1/2” Pitch Link, Small
3/4” Pitch Link, Large
Idler Shaft
Conveyor Cover Assy.
(Incl. #29, 52, 61 & 76)
Tensioner Assy. (Incl. #40, 76 & 85)
Rod, Conveyor Cover
Sprocket w/ Setscrew
Spacer Kit
Control Housing Cover Assy.
Drive Shaft
Handle
Control Board
Complete Bearing/Spacer Kit
(Incl. #15 & 16)
Ball Bearing (Pack of 2)
Bearing & Retainer Kit
Bearing & Retainer Kit
(Incl. six of # 7000167)
Drive Sprocket
Drive Sprocket
(Mfg. No. 9210213 & 9210401)
Drive Chain
Idler Sprocket & Bearing
Bracket, Idler Sprocket Assy.
(Incl. #19, 87, 89, 90, & 91)
Bracket, Motor Mounting
Drive Motor Kit, Dual Frequency
50/60 Hz., 208-240 Volt, 9 RPM
(Incl. #58)
Drive Motor Kit
(Mfg. No. 9210201)
Gearmotor Kit
(Mfg. No. 9210213)
Sprocket w/Setscrew,
22 Tooth, for 50 Hz
Sprocket, 14 Tooth
(Mfg. No. 9210208)
Sprocket 12 Tooth
(Mfg. No. 9210203)
Sprocket, 28 tooth
(Mfg. No. 9210201)
Sprocket, 25B32 5/16 Bore
(Mfg. No. 9210213)
Rocker Switch, On/Off (250 VAC)
Relay, Solid State
Transformer
Conveyor Belt Wrap (Pack of 2)
Roller Tensioner Assy. (Pack of 2)
(Incl. #52, 61 & 76)
Qty.
Item
2
2
38
2
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Part No.
0503496
0503497
1001006
1001069
2100253
0011445
4050214
0021170
7000249
7000250
39 0021169
40 7000121
2
4
4
8
1
1
2
2
1
1
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
1
6
1
2
2
0021207
7000176
4030332
0503455
0503590
0700651
0503385
48A 0503677
49 4030348
50 7000165
51 7000289
52 2100252
53 0504067
54 0503150
55 303P127*
56 4060355
57 0503533
58 4000170
60 0400315
61 05P2199*
62 0500464
63 040P138*
64 0011528
0011793
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
325P163*
1001192*
308P183*
304P105*
406P107*
308P143*
310P103*
310P157*
308P101*
306P101*
306P123*
308P145*
Description
Tensioner Bracket, Right
Tensioner Bracket, Left
Label, Control
Label, Dial Compression
Knob, Control
End Housing Cover Assy.
Thermocouple Platen Assy.
Weldment, End Housing
Release Sheet (Pack of 3)
Release Sheet (Pack of 10)
Control Housing
Slide Rail Kit (Incl. two slide rails
for tensioners and #85)
Conveyor Cam
Thermocouple Retainer Kit
High Limit Control
Tension Spring, Inner
Bracket, Motor
Wire Set (not shown)
Bun Chute (Mfg. No. 9210200, 201,
203 & 210)
Bun Chute (Mfg. No. 9210202)
Auxiliary Heater, 675W/230V
Auxiliary Thermocouple Kit
Platen (230V)
Tape
Bracket, Line Filter
Heater Clip
Hinge Pin, Belt Wrap
Terminal Block
Bracket, Auxiliary Thermocouple
Fan Blade, Motor
Strain Relief (International)
Spacer
Retainer, Bearing
Locknut, 1/2”
Heat Shield Assy.
Heat Shield Assy.
(Mfg. No. 9210119 & 213 Only)
Setscrew, 1/4-28 x 5/16”
Label, Caution Hot
Screw, Hex, #8-32 x 3/8”
Nut, #4-40, “KEPS”
Cable Tie
Nut, #8-32, “KEPS”
Screw, Hex, #10-32 x 1/4”
Washer, #10
Nut, #8-32
Nut, Hex, #6-32
Screw, #6-32 x 7/8”
Nut, Hex Acorn, #8-32
Qty.
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
8
1
2
4
1
6
4
6
3
2
2
14
* Sold only as packages of 10.
24
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
Item
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
Part No.
100P900*
325P104*
325P109*
308P124*
10P1022*
310P180*
308P133*
308P157*
308P181*
218P145*
331P103*
306P105*
331P106*
212P118*
331P101*
300P102*
210K230
0503495
0503507
2100259
7000400
Description
Label, Service
Washer, 1/4”
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2”
Screw, 1-Way, #8-32 x 1/2”
Label, Heaters
Screw, #10-32 x 1-3/4”
Screw, #8-32 x 1/4”
Screw, Tap, #8-32 x 3/8”
Screw, Flat Hd., #8-32 x 3/8”
Cover, Leg, Bumper
Shoulder Bolt, 5/16-18 x l”
Screw, #6-32 x 1/2”
Lockwasher, 5/16”
Flat Washer, 5/16”
Nut, Hex, 5/16 x 18”
Nut, Tinnerman
Bumper, Recess Leg, 1” (Qty. of 4)
Retainer, Tensioner Bracket, RH
Retainer, Tensioner Bracket, LH
Slide Bar
Interlock Switch
Qty.
Item
1
4
4
1
1
4
1
20
4
4
1
8
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
1
Part No.
98 0700453
0700437
99 306P104*
100 4000138
101 0503775
102 1001056
103 2120147
104 4060374
106 4030326
107 0503557
108 0503558
109 1001023
110 7000292
111 0011675
113
114
115
116
117
2180128
4050229
7000391
7000236
2140152
Description
Power Cord
Power Cord (Mfg. No. 9210201 & 202)
Screw, #6-32 x 1/4”
Fan
Duct, Fan
Label, Crown & Heel
Leg Spacers
Ground Lug
Base Heater 230V, 35W
Base, outer
Base, inner
Label, Caution HOT
Bun Feeder Kit
Extended Rear Cover
(Mfg. No. 9210401 & 9210304)
7/8” Hole Plug
Line Filter
A/C Frequency Board Kit
Bun Feeder Kit (sold as accessory)
Lubricant (not shown)
* Sold only as packages of 10.
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
25
Qty.
1
1
6
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
WIRING DIAGRAM
Pictorial Wiring Diagram Heated Base Units
GRN
GRN-YEL
TEMP CONTROL
J1A
J1B
J5
WHT *
T1 T2
+
INTERLOCK SWITCH
5
WHT
TRANSFORMER
AUX. HEATER #2
PLATEN HEATER
#
W
HT
W
HT
#
WHT
WHT
BL
K
POWER
SWITCH
240VAC
12VAC
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
2
COM
60 Hz
1
BLK
50 Hz
WHT
4
FAN
1
2
240 VAC
AUX S.S.
RELAY
MOTOR
M
J2A
J2B
J4
BLK
F
2
BLK
1
RED
WHT
T3
T.COUPLE AUX.
HI-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
WHT
YEL #
WHT
AUX. HEATER #1
BLK/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT
BLK
GND
GRN
LINE
FILTER
BLK
AIC FREQ
T1
CONVERTER
T2
14 GA. AWM-105°C
14 GA. TFE-200°C
16 GA. AWM-105°C
* 16 GA. TFE-200°C
22 GA. AWM-105°C
# 18 GA. AWM-105°C
TERMINAL
BLOCK
PLATEN T. COUPLE
WIRING DIAGRAM
POWER
CORD
240 VAC
3-32 VDC
3-32 VDC
3+
- 4
3+
- 4
PLTN S.S.
RELAY
RED
BLK
BLK
Pictorial Wiring Diagram Non-Heated Base Units
GRN
GRN-YEL
TEMP CONTROL
J1A
J1B
J5
WHT *
T1 T2
+
AUX. HEATER #2
50 Hz
TRANSFORMER
PLATEN HEATER
HT
#
W
W
HT
#
WHT
WHT
WHT
5
POWER
SWITCH
240VAC
12VAC
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
2
1
COM
BLK
M
AUX S.S.
RELAY
MOTOR
BASE HEATER
J2A
J2B
J4
BLK
FAN
BLK
F
2
BLK
4
WHT
RED
1
T3
T.COUPLE AUX.
HI-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
WHT
WHT
YEL #
WHT
T1
T2
INTERLOCK SWITCH
LINE
FILTER
BLK
GND
AUX. HEATER #1
BLK/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT
BLK
TERMINAL
BLOCK
GRN
AIC FREQ
CONVERTER
4 GA. AWM-105°C
14 GA. TFE-200°C
16 GA. AWM-105°C
* 16 GA. TFE-200°C
22 GA. AWM-105°C
# 18 GA. AWM-105°C
PLATEN T. COUPLE
WIRING DIAGRAM
POWER
CORD
2
1
240 VAC
240 VAC
3-32 VDC
- 4
3-32 VDC
3+
RED
- 4
3+
PLTN S.S.
RELAY
BLK
BLK
26
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
WIRING DIAGRAM (continued)
G
L1
L2
LINE FILTER
POWER SWITCH
F
FAN
M
INTERLOCK
SWITCHES
MOTOR
S.S. RELAY 2
3+
C2
BASE HEATER
(FOR HEATED
BASE UNITS ONLY)
AUX. HEATER #1
4AUX. HEATER #2
(AUXILIARY)
S.S. RELAY 1
3+
C1
PLATEN
4-
HI-LIMIT
CONTROL
(PLATEN)
T. COUPLE
PLATEN
TEMP. CONTROL
240 VAC
TRANSFORMER
12 VAC
A/C FREQ.
CONVERTER
BOARD
J1A
J1B
J5
T1 T2 T3 J2A
+ - - J2B
J4
T. COUPLE
AUXILIARY
3+
3+
P/N 1010840 Rev. J 10/13
27
C1
C2
4-
4-
HI-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
LIMITED WARRANTY
Equipment manufactured by Roundup Food Equipment Division of A.J. Antunes & Co. has been constructed of the finest materials available and manufactured to high quality standards. These units are
warranted to be free from electrical and mechanical defects for a period of one (1) year from date of
purchase under normal use and service, and when installed in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. To insure continued operation of the units, follow the maintenance procedures outlined in
the Owner’s Manual. During the first 12 months, electro-mechanical parts, non-overtime labor, and travel expenses up to 2 hours (100 miles/160 km), round trip from the nearest Authorized Service Center
are covered.
1.This warranty does not cover cost of installation, defects caused by improper storage or handling prior to
placing of the Equipment. This warranty does not cover overtime charges or work done by unauthorized
service agencies or personnel. This warranty does not cover normal maintenance, calibration, or regular
adjustments as specified in operating and maintenance instructions of this manual, and/or labor involved
in moving adjacent objects to gain access to the equipment. This warranty does not cover consumable/
wear items. This warranty does not cover damage to the Load Cell or Load Cell Assembly due to abuse,
misuse, dropping of unit/shock loads or exceeding maximum weight capacity (4 lbs). This warranty does
not cover water contamination problems such as foreign material in water lines or inside solenoid valves.
It does not cover water pressure problems or failures resulting from improper/incorrect voltage supply.
This warranty does not cover Travel Time & Mileage in excess of 2 hours (100 miles/160 km) round trip
from the nearest authorized service agency.
2.Roundup reserves the right to make changes in design or add any improvements on any product. The
right is always reserved to modify equipment because of factors beyond our control and government
regulations. Changes to update equipment do not constitute a warranty charge.
3.If shipment is damaged in transit, the purchaser should make a claim directly upon the carrier. Careful inspection should be made of the shipment as soon as it arrives and visible damage should be noted upon the carrier’s receipt. Damage should be reported to the carrier. This damage is not covered under this warranty.
4.Warranty charges do not include freight or foreign, excise, municipal or other sales or use taxes. All such
freight and taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser.
5.THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, EACH OF WHICH IS HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN NO EVENT SHALL ROUNDUP BE LIABLE
FOR SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR THE BREACH OR DELAY IN
PERFORMANCE OF THIS WARRANTY.