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ADD-A-SECTION
for 36” RANGE
R12-ATG
R12-ATH
R12-ATJ
Commerical & Marine
Installation and
Operation
Instructions
2M-W821 Rev. D 9/26/14
IL1367
R12-ATH
R12-ATG
SAFETY SYMBOL
These symbols are intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance instructions in the manual
accompanying the appliance.
FOR YOUR SAFTEY
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN
THE VICINTIY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
POST IN PROMINENT LOCATION
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT USER SMELLS GAS. THIS
INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING YOUR LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
AS A MINIMUM, TURN OFF THE GAS AND CALL YOUR GAS COMPANY AND YOUR
AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENT. EVACUATE ALL PERSONNEL FROM THE AREA.
WARNING
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE
CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION,
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR
SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING, TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
CONTROL PANEL. NO USER-SERVICABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REPAIRS SHOULD BE DONE BY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
NOTICE
Using any part other than genuine Lang factory supplied parts relieves the manufacturer of all
liability.
Lang 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.
Due to periodic changes in designs, methods, procedures, policies and regulations,
the specifications contained in this sheet are subject to change without notice. While
Lang exercises good faith efforts to provide information that is accurate, we are not
responsible for errors or omissions in information provided or conclusions reached as a
result of using the specifications. By using the information provided, the user assumes all risks
in connection with such use.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
Contact your local dealer for service or required maintenance. Please record the model number, serial
number, voltage and purchase & Installation Information in the area below and have it ready when you
call to ensure a faster service.
Model No.:
Purchased From:
Serial No.:
Location:
Voltage:
Purchase Date:
1-Phase or 3 Phase:
Installed Date:
2
PROBLEMS, QUESTIONS or CONCERNS
Before you proceed consult you authorized Lang service agent directory
or
Call the Lang Technical Service & Parts Department at 314-678-6315.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table Of Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Equipment Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Recieving the Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Initial Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Cleaning & Maintenance Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Calibration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Parts Lists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Wiring Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
NOTICE
Service on this or any other Lang appliance must be performed by
qualified personnel only. Consult your Lang Authorized Service Agent
Directory.
You can call our toll free number 314-678-6315 or visit our website
www.langworld.com for the service agent nearest you.
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Specifications
Model
Height x Width x Depth
Weight
Clearance from
combustible surface
Actual
Freight
Shipping Class
130 lbs.
R12-ATG
37.1" x 12.0" x 38.1" 944mm x
305mm x 968mm
R12-ATH
Sides & Back 4" (100mm)
R12-ATI
12”
160lbs.
59 kg
73 kg
90 lbs
120 lbs
41 kg
55 kg
90 lbs
120 lbs
41 kg
55 kg
85
38.1”
305mm
968mm
32.2”
12” X 24”
Hot Top
French Plate
818mm
37.1”
12” Unheated
Work Surface
12” X 24”
Griddle
944mm
5”
6.3”
Electrical
Connection
160mm
IL2266a
29.3”
744mm
Front View
Side View
Model
R12-ATG
R12-ATH
R12-ATI
R12-ATJ
R12-ATH
Top View
R12-ATG
Top View
Electrical Specifications
Voltage
208V
240V
480V
208V
240V
440V
480V
240V
480V
Hz
kW
Phase
5.0
60
1
5.2
-
-
-
60
5.0
1
4
R12-ATI
Top View
Amps/Line
24.0
20.8
10.4
25.0
21.7
10.0
10.8
21.0
10.4
R12-ATG
Top View
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
127mm
Equipment Description
R12-ATG & R12-ATH
Exterior
The unit dimensions are 30” (76.2cm) high, 38” (96.5cm) deep, and 12” (30.5cm) wide.
The sides, bottom, and rear wall are constructed of stainless steel.
The Add-A-Section surface is available in two different
configurations.
Controls
The Add-A-Section is available with various controls depending
upon model number. Below are the layout of the top configuration
with its proper model number and a brief description of the
controls.
French Plate
12” X 24”
Hot Top
12” Unheated
Work Surface
12” X 24”
Griddle
Surface
R12-ATH
Two solid French Plates controlled by two six-heat switches with a
temperature range of 0-750°F
R12-ATG
One 12” x 24” Hotplate controlled by a thermostat with a range of
0-850°F
IL2267a
R12-ATH
Top View
R12-ATG
Top View
R12-ATI
One 12” wide unheated work surface. This configuration has no electrical connections.
R12-ATI
Top View
R12-ATJ
Top View
R12-ATJ
One 12” x 24” Griddle controlled by a thermostat with a range of 0-450°F
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
Receiving The Unit
Upon receipt, check for freight damage, both visible and concealed. Visible damage
should be noted on the freight bill at the time of delivery and signed by the carrier’s
agent. Concealed loss or damage means loss or damage, which does not become
apparent until the merchandise has been unpacked. If concealed loss or damage is
discovered upon unpacking, make a written request for inspection by the carrier’s agent
within 15 days of delivery. All packing material should be kept for inspection. Do not
return damaged merchandise to Lang Manufacturing. File your claim with the carrier.
Location
Prior to un-crating, move the unit as near its intended location as practical. The crating
will help protect the unit from the physical damage normally associated with moving it through hallways and
doorways.
Un-crating
The unit will arrive completely assembled inside a wood frame covered by cardboard box and strapped to a skid.
Remove the cardboard cover, cut the straps and remove the wood frame.
Remove unit from skid and place in intended location.
UNIT WEIGHS 160 LBS (72.5 kilograms). FOR SAFE HANDLING, INSTALLER SHOULD
OBTAIN HELP AS NEEDED, OR EMPLOY APPROPRIATE MATERIALS HANDLING
EQUIPMENT (SUCH AS A FORKLIFT, DOLLY, OR PALLET JACK) TO REMOVE THE
CAUTION UNIT FROM THE SKID AND MOVE IT TO THE PLACE OF INSTALLATION.
ANY STAND, COUNTER OR OTHER DEVICE ON WHICH THE UNIT WILL BE LOCATED
MUST BE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF THE UNIT (160 LBS.).
SHIPPING STRAPS ARE UNDER TENSION AND CAN SNAP BACK WHEN CUT.
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Installation
Installing the Legs
To install the 6-inch legs, remove the legs from the packing, place some cardboard on the floor and
gently tip the unit onto its back or side. Fasten the legs into the threaded holes provided and then gently
flip the oven onto its legs.
Electrical Connection
The electrical connection must be made in accordance with local codes or in the absence of local codes
with NFPA No. 70 latest edition (in Canada use: CSA STD. C22.1). The electrical connection can be
made at the 1 1/4” knockout located in the bottom panel of the unit 8 inches from the front.
The unit can now be connected to power.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE GROUNDED AT THE TERMINAL PROVIDED.
FAILURE TO GROUND THE APPLIANCE COULD RESULT IN ELECTROCUTION
AND DEATH.
INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT MUST BE DONE BY PERSONNEL QUALIFIED
TO WORK WITH ELECTRICITY. IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE
INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. UNIT MUST BE
INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES.
NOTICE
The data plate is located behind removable front panel. The
unit voltage, wattage, serial number, wire size, and clearance
specifications are on the data plate. This information should
be carefully read and understood before proceeding with the
installation.
The installation of any components such as a vent hood, grease
extractors, fire extinguisher systems, must conform to their
applicable National, State and locally recognized installation
standards.
MAKE SURE THE MAIN POWER SUPPLY TO THE UNIT IS TURNED OFF AT
THE SOURCE PRIOR TO CONNECTING POWER TO THE RANGE.
WARNING
BE SURE THE POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE MATCHES THE VOLTAGE SPECIFIED
ON THE NAMEPLATE LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE RANGE.
CAUTION Phasing
The Add-A-Section is a single-phase unit.
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2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
WARNING
Initial Start-Up
Prior to putting any unit into full time operation at normal cooking temperatures, it must be thoroughly
“seasoned” or dried out. Moisture absorption in the closed spaces, in the insulation and even inside the
heating elements can cause future trouble if not properly treated.
R12-ATG
To “dry out” the Hot Plate, set the thermostat dial at 250°F and turn on the power switch. Allow unit to cycle
at least 15 minutes at this heat level. Reset the thermostat to 350°F allowing the same time. Then reset the
thermostat to 450°F allowing the same time. Continue doing this until you reach 850°F then allow the unit to
maintain this temperature for a minimum of 4 hours. More time may be required if the unit has to operate in
a moist environment.
If the unit is out of use for three or more days, a one-hour preheat schedule should be used, especially when
exposed to high humidity and/or cool temperatures.
R12-ATH
To “dry out” the French Plate, set the six-heat switch to the first setting and turn on the power switch. Allow
unit to cycle at least 15 minutes at this heat level. Reset the six-heat switch to position two and allow the
same time. Reset the six-heat switch to position three and allow the same time. Continue doing this until
you reach position six (6) then allow the unit to maintain the temperature for a minimum of four (4) hours.
More time may be required if the unit has to operate in a moist environment.
If the unit is out of use for three or more days, a one-hour preheat schedule should be used, especially when
exposed to high humidity and/or cool temperatures.
NOTICE
During the first few hours of operation, you may notice a small amount
of smoke coming from the unit, and a faint odor from the smoke. This is
normal for a new unit and will disappear after the first few hours of use.
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
Operation
ALWAYS KEEP THE AREA NEAR THE APPLIANCE FREE FROM COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS.
KEEP FLOOR IN FRONT OF EQUIPMENT CLEAN AND DRY. IF SPILLS OCCUR,
CAUTION CLEAN IMMEDIATELY, TO AVOID THE DANGER OF SLIPS OR FALLS.
12” x 24” hot plate controlled by high temperature thermostats. Temperature ranges from 0-850°F.
Recommended: Stockpots and heavy kettle work.
Round French Plates, controlled by indicating type 6-heat switch. Temperature ranges from 0-750° F.
Recommended: Light duty saucepans and small stockpots. Not Recommended: heavy stockpots, heavy
urns, or kettles.
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Cleaning & Maintenance Procedures
WARNING
CAUTION
KEEP WATER AND SOLUTIONS OUT OF CONTROLS. NEVER SPRAY OR
HOSE CONTROL CONSOLE, ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS, ETC.
MOST CLEANERS ARE HARMFUL TO THE SKIN, EYES, MUCOUS MEMBRANES
AND CLOTHING. PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO WEAR RUBBER
GLOVES, GOGGLES OR FACE SHIELD AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
CAREFULLY READ THE WARNING AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE
LABEL OF THE CLEANER TO BE USED.
The unit should be thoroughly cleaned at least once a week in addition to the normal daily cleaning to
insure against the accumulation of foreign material.
NOTICE: Any cleaner used should be marked “SAFE ON ALUMINUM”.
Keep-drip pans under Add-A-Section Top plates clean.
Keep hotplate surfaces clean.
Outside of unit and top should be kept clean.
Electric equipment is inherently clean and sanitary, but may become unsanitary if dirt is allowed to
accumulate on it. Take advantage of the clean, sanitary features of electric equipment, give it the regular
attention that it deserves the same as any other highly perfected machinery, to insure best results and
continued high operating efficiency.
Calibration
Calibration Check
Place thermometer or thermocouple in the center of Hotplate.
Allow the Hotplate to Preheat for at least half an hour.
Note cycle on temperatures and cycle off temperatures for 3 cycles. (Red indicator light indicates when
oven is calling for heat)
After 3 cycles average the temperature. ( Add all six temperatures and divide by 6)
Calibration Adjustment
A 1/16” flat blade screwdriver with a 2” shaft is required to make adjustments on the thermostat.
Maintain the oven temperature at 350°F.
Without turning the thermostat, remove the knob.
Locate the adjustment screw at the base of the shaft and insert the screwdriver.
Grasp the shaft and turn the screwdriver. Counter clockwise to increase and clockwise to decrease (1/8
of a turn will move the temperature 5-7° in either direction).
Reinstall the oven knob and recheck the oven temperature.
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2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
Set thermostat to 350°F.
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
What follows is a chart of Symptoms, Possible Causes, and Remedy’s to aid in diagnosing faults with the
oven.
Refer to the Symptoms column to locate the type of failure then to the Possible Cause for the items to be
checked and the Remedy to column for possible solutions.
Tests
NOTICE:
Service on this, or any other, LANG appliance must be performed by
qualified personnel only. Consult your authorized service station
directory or call the factory at 314-678-6315,
or WWW.LANGWORLD.COM For the service station nearest you.
BOTH HIGH AND LOW VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THIS APPLIANCE WHEN
THE UNIT IS PLUGGED/WIRED INTO A LIVE RECEPTACLE. BEFORE REPLACING
WARNING ANY PARTS, DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY.
If an item on the list is followed by an asterisk (*), the work should be done by a factory authorized service
representative.
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
USE OF ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER THAN THOSE SUPPLIED BY
LANG OR THEIR AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS CAN CAUSE BODILY INJURY
TO THE OPERATOR AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND WILL VOID ALL
CAUTION
WARRANTIES.
Symptom
Troubleshooting
Possible Cause
No power to Unit
Hotplate will not heat
Defective Thermostat
Defective oven element
No power to Range
French plate will not heat
Failed 6-heat switch
Failed element
Possible Cause
Test
Product is cooked too long
No test available, operational condition
Failed Six-heat switch
Call factory or reference service manual
Failed thermostat
Verify calibration
Failed element
Remove the wires and check for continuity across the element
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1
5
3
4
2
6
24
19
20
21
23
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
18
22
17
13
14
15
10
16
10
9
8
10
12
7
11
SK2518 Rev. - 6/2/2011
Model: R12-ATG, ADD A SECTION
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PARTS LIST
September 26, 2014, Rev. D
Model: R12-ATG ADD A SECTION (Hot Plate)
Fig No
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
Part No
P9-50302-303
P9-50302-305
P9-50302-318
P9-50302-306
2C-20109-04
PS-11010-341
PS-11010-351
PS-11010-361
2A-72500-06
2A-72500-03
2E-31200-02
2C-20202-10
10
2C-20103-02
11
12
P9-ADD-105
K9-60301-43-1
P9-70701-35
P9-70701-35-2
2R-70702-20
2R-70700-01
2R-70703-03
2C-20101-64
Y9-31601-01-1
Y9-31601-02-1
P9-ADD-110
2T-30402-23
2K-70801-04
2C-20111-01
2C-20204-02
P9-50300-49-2
P9-ADD-219
P9-ADD-219-1
6
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
7
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Qty
1
1
5
1
8
1
4
1
1
17
11
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
Description
SEARAIL ASSY 1’
SEARAIL LH SDE ADD,RF&500
SEARAIL SIDE TO SIDE ADD
SEARAIL RH SDE ADD,RF&500
SCRW THD MS SS 10-32X3/8
HOTPLATE 208V 5000W CAST
HOTPLATE 240V 5000W CAST
HOTPLATE 480V 5000W CAST
LEG 5 1/2W/BOLT DOWN ADJ
LEG 5 SS ADJ WITH 3/4-10
LUG GROUNDING UL APPROVED
WSHR PLT #10 LOCK EXT
SCRW SM PLT 10 X .5 PHLSL
BOTTOM FRONT PANEL
DIE CAST LOG + TINNERMAN
KNOB ASSY 850°B, BLACK
KNOB ASSY 850°B, RED
DIAL PLT 850o
KNOB BLNK UNIVERSAL BLACK
CLIP KNOB HAT SHAPED
SCRW PHD MS M4 X 6 PLTD
PILOT LT 250V W/TIN CLIP
PILOT LT 480V W/TIN CLIP
TOP FRONT PANEL 32S-12
STAT ADJ 850o 48C/T NAK
SNAP BUSH 3/4 SB750-10
SCRW HXHD CAP 1/4-20X1/2
WASHER SS 1/4 SPLIT LOCK
GRAB BAR ASSY 12
PAN ASSEMBLY
PAN ASSEMBLY MARINE
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Application
MARINE
MARINE
MARINE
MARINE
MARINE
208V
240V
480V
MARINE
NON-MARINE
ALL
ALL
R12-ATG-208V, 208VM, 240V
R12-ATG-480V
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
R12-ATG-208V, 208VM, 240V
R12-ATG-480V
ALL
ALL
ALL
MARINE
MARINE
MARINE
ALL
MARINE
1
5
3
4
2
6
7
24
19
14
15
16
20
21
23
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
18
22
11
17
11
10
9
11
13
8
12
SK2519 Rev. - 6/2/2011
Model: R12-ATH, ADD A SECTION
12
PARTS LIST
September 26, 2014, Rev. D
Model: R12-ATH ADD A SECTION (French Plate)
Fig No
Part No
Qty Description
1
P9-50302-303
1
SEARAIL ASSY 1’
MARINE
2
P9-50302-305
1
SEARAIL LH SDE ADD,RF&500
MARINE
3
P9-50302-318
5
SEARAIL SIDE TO SIDE ADD
MARINE
4
P9-50302-306
1
SEARAIL RH SDE ADD,RF&500
MARINE
5
2C-20109-04
8
SCRW THD MS SS 10-32X3/8
MARINE
2N-11120-12
6
2N-11120-13
ELMNT TK 208V 2600W
2
2N-11120-14
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
Application
208V
ELMNT TK 240V 2600W
240V
ELMNT TK 480V 2600W
440V, 480V
ALL
7
P9-50300-82
1
EGO PLATE FRM ASSY
8
2A-72500-06
4
LEG 5 1/2W/BOLT DOWN ADJ
9
Y9-31200-02-1
1
GROUNDING LUG/+LABEL
ALL
10
2C-20202-10
1
WSHR PLT #10 LOCK EXT
ALL
11
2C-20103-02
9
SCRW SM PLT 10 X .5 PHLSL
ALL
12
P9-ADD-105
1
BOTTOM FRONT PANEL
ALL
13
2M-60301-43
1
DIE CAST PLT LANG SATIN
ALL
P9-70701-41
2
KNOB ASSY 6 HEAT EGOTK, BLACK
P9-70701-41-2
2
KNOB ASSY 6 HEAT EGOTK, RED
14
2R-70702-34
2
DIAL PLT 6-HEAT SWITCH
ALL
15
2R-70700-01
2
KNOB BLNK UNIVERSAL BLACK
ALL
16
2R-70703-03
2
CLIP KNOB HAT SHAPED
ALL
17
2C-20101-64
4
SCRW PHD MS M4 X 6 PLTD
ALL
18
P9-ADD-110-3
1
TOP FRONT PANEL
ALL
19
2E-30304-09
2
SWTROT 6 HEAT+OFF208/240V
ALL
20
2K-70801-04
1
SNAP BUSH 3/4 SB750-10
ALL
21
2C-20111-01
4
SCRW HXHD CAP 1/4-20X1/2
MARINE
22
2C-20204-02
4
WASHER SS 1/4 SPLIT LOCK
MARINE
23
P9-50300-49-2
1
GRAB BAR ASSY 12
MARINE
24
P9-ADD-219
P9-ADD-219-1
1
PAN ASSEMBLY
PAN ASSEMBLY MARINE
13
MARINE
ALL
MARINE
1
2
3
4
6
5
24
19
20
21
23
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
18
22
17
13
14
15
10
16
10
9
8
10
12
7
11
SK2733 Rev. - 12/230013
Model: R12-ATJ, ADD A SECTION
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PARTS LIST
September 26, 2014, Rev. D
MODEL: R12-ATJ ADD A SECTION
Fig No.
1
2
2M-W822; Add A Section Range R12
3
Part No
P9-50401-01
2N-11010-22
2N-11010-24
2N-11010-21
Qty
1
1
1
2N-11010-23
Description
Application
RANGE PLATE ASSY 1/2 X 1’
ELMNT T/P 240V I/S 3KW
240VM
ELMNT T/P 480V I/S 3KW
480VM
ELMNT T/P 240V O/S 2KW
240VM
ELMNT T/P 480V O/S 2KW
480VM
4
P9-50300-42
1
ZIG ZAG ASSY W/SNOUT 5KW
5
P9-50300-41
1
ELEM PAN ASSY W/SNOUT 5KW
6
P9-50300-43
1
3/16 BULB HOLDER
7
2A-72500-06
4
LEG 5 1/2W/BOLT DOWN ADJ
8
2E-31200-02
1
LUG GROUNDING UL APPROVED
9
2C-20202-10
1
WSHR PLT #10 LOCK EXT
10
2C-20103-02
11
SCRW SM PLT 10 X .5 PHLSL
11
P9-ADD-105
1
BOTTOM FRONT PANEL
12
K9-60301-43-1
1
DIE CAST LOG + TINNERMAN
13
2R-70702-08
1
DIAL PLATE 450o STAT
14
2R-70700-09
1
KNOB BLNK UNIVERSAL RED
15
2R-70703-03
1
CLIP KNOB HAT SHAPED
16
2C-20101-64
2
SCRW PHD MS M4 X 6 PLTD
Y9-31601-01-1
1
PILOT LT 250V W/TIN CLIP
240VM
PILOT LT 480V W/TIN CLIP
480VM
17
Y9-31601-02-1
18
P9-ADD-110
1
TOP FRONT PANEL 32S-12
19
2T-30402-08
1
STAT ADJ 450o 72 C/T
20
2K-70801-04
1
SNAP BUSH 3/4 SB750-10
21
2C-20111-01
4
SCRW HXHD CAP 1/4-20X1/2
22
2C-20204-02
4
WASHER SS 1/4 SPLIT LOCK
23
P9-50300-49-2
1
GRAB BAR ASSY 12
24
P9-ADD-219-1
1
SPOT PAN ASY CMPLTE MARINE
15
1667
3
1667
1667
2
2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1
P1
P2
P1
P2
1
L1
1
THERMOSTAT
2
INDICATOR LIGHT
3
EGO HOT PLATE
1
SIX-HEAT SWITCH
1
FRENCH PLATE
L2
Wiring Diagram
Model: R12-ATG
Wiring Diagram
Model: R12-ATH
SK2519, Rev. -
STAR INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS INC. COMPANY
Star - Holman - Lang - Wells - Bloomfield - Toastmaster
10 Sunnen Drive, St. Louis, MO 63143 U.S.A.
(314) 678-6303
www.star-mfg.com
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