NOTE: Always disconnect power to the unit before cleaning or performing
maintenance. Always use the safety latch when working on the toaster.
CAUTION: UNIT MAY BE HOT.
Toaster Certification Program
Restaurant Number
Model No.
Address
Serial No.
City
Start Date
State/Province
End Date
Country
Inspector
Zip/Postal Code
Company
Phone
Work Order #
Initial
Initial
Preventive Maintenance Checklist
Safety
1. Inspect safety latch.
Present and in good working order?
If no, repair or replace. Replace?
Yes
Yes
2. Side panels
In place?
If no, install side panels. Install?
1. Inspect power cord.
Replace worn, cut or damaged cords.
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Cords should be engaged in
the primary strain relief.
Cords should be engaged in
the secondary strain relief.
2. Inspect base for missing feet or cracks.
3. Inspect cables for visible signs of wear.
Repair
Replace
Good
Install
Good
Repair
Install
Good
2. Pull down toaster lever to begin timing cycle. At the end of the
cycle, an alarm should sound and the Bun Done light will illuminate.
Initial Inspection
1. Do platens have carbon build up?
Electrical Inspection
Note condition:
Note condition:
Verify end of cycle alarm
Action Taken:
Alarm
No Alarm
Verify Bun Done light illuminates
Action Taken:
Light
No Light
Mechanical Toasters: Temperature/Calibration
1. Verify timer setting on the underside of the toaster base.
Mechanical/Functional Evaluation
1. Does toaster open and close smoothly?
Yes
No
2. Does lift mechanism rest on the stop blocks?
Yes
No
Yes
No
Install
In place
3. Do lift arms have excessive lateral movement
due to loose bolts or worn bushings?
4. 9 Bun tray backstop in place
(where 9 bun trays are in use)
2. Use a stop watch to verify that actual toasting time is within
3 seconds of selected time. If toasting time is not within 3 seconds
of selected time, replace timer assembly.
Toaster Time Setting: 35 sec / 55 sec
Actual Toasting Time:
Replace
Good
3. Visually inspect toast quality.
Too dark Too light
Good
1. Examine each brass bushing on the lift arm mechanism for wear.
Replace if wear is noted.
Install
In place
4. If necessary, perform calibration test per the procedure listed in
MRC 16. The temperature of the platen should be recorded after
the unit has been on for more than 45 minutes.
Target (Set Point) Temperature:
Temperature displayed:
NA
Temperature measured:
Calibrated
2. Examine the shoulder bolts that pass through the bushings.
Tighten if loose; replace if damaged.
Tighten Replace Good
SSD Toasters: Temperature/Calibration
5. Toaster clips installed (where applicable)
Install
In place
Physical Examination
1. Visually inspect toast quality.
3. Examine the two springs under the base.
Replace broken or damaged springs.
Replace
Good
4. Inspect bun board handles.
Replace if missing or worn.
Replace
Good
Replace
Good
5. Inspect bun board(s) for flatness.
Repair or replace if damaged.
Repair
6. Inspect bun trays: For flatness (if metal); for warping (if plastic)
No. of metal trays
No. of plastic trays
Repair or replace (See KES)
if damaged.
Repair
Replace
Good
2. Was calibration successful?
Action taken:
7. Inspect control board membrane (SSD only)
for cuts or wear.
Replace if membrane is damaged.
Brand/Model of Meter:
Date of last meter calibration:
Date of last probe calibration:
Replace
Too dark
Too light
Good
2. If necessary, perform calibration test per the procedure listed
in TS-016i (MRC). The temperature of the platen should be
recorded after the unit has been on for more than 45 minutes.
Target (Set Point) Temperature:
Temperature displayed:
NA
Temperature measured:
Calibrated
Yes
No
External Temperature Probe/Meter Specifications
Good
Restaurant/Technician Meter Comparison
Using a precise test point, measure the temperature of the platen
using the technician’s meter and the restaurant’s meter.
Technician’s meter:
Restaurant’s meter:
Inspection Results
1. Preventive Maintenance inspection completed?
Yes
No
The time to perform this checklist is not to exceed 35 minutes.
This time does not include travel or the time needed to repair the unit.
2. Certification Status (select one):
Toaster Certified - No additional repairs needed
Toaster repaired immediately, then certified
Toaster not certified - Additional repairs needed
Notes:
3. If toaster was Not Certified, indicate the estimated total repair cost to
become Certified (select one):
$0 - $100
$101 - $300
$301 - $500
$501 - $1000
$1001 - $1500
4. Certification Number:
(from sticker)
5. Certification Date:
PM Completed Date:
6. If additional repair is needed (select one):
Approved repair - to be scheduled
Pending Store approval for repair
Refused repair
Technician Name:
Badge No:
Manager Name (print):
Manager Signature:
Time Out:
Company:
AM/PM
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