model 738-v - Oliver Packaging &

Walker, Michigan, U.S.A. 49534
USER’S OPERATING AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODEL 738-V
MINI CHIP SLICER
0738S20000-CV
INDEX
Section Description
Document No.
Page No.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS -------------------------------------- 0738S20002 --------------------------- 1-1
DESCRIPTION/SPECIFICATIONS --------------------------- 0738S20025---------------------------- 2-1
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ---------------------------- 0738S20004 --------------------------- 3-1
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS -------------------------------- 0738S20026 --------------------------- 4-1
TROUBLESHOOTING ------------------------------------------- 0758S20006 --------------------------- 5-1
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE -----------------------------0758S20031 ---------------------------6-1
Removing the Blade Frames --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-4
Cleaning ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-5
Replacing the Blade Frames --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-5
Changing the Blades ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-6
Lubrication ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6-9
General Cleaning ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6-9
REPLACEMENT PARTS SECTION
MAIN FRAME ------------------------------------------------------ 0758S20034 --------------------------- 7-1
Drawing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7-2
ELECTRICAL--------------------------------------------------------0758S20020 --------------------------- 8-1
Drawing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8-1
Parts List ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-2
DRIVE COMPONENTS-------------------------------------------0758S20021 --------------------------- 9-1
SLICE PARTS/COVERS -----------------------------------------0758S20028---------------------------10-1
Drawing ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-1
Parts List ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-2
WIRING DIAGRAM 1-60-120----------------------------------- 0738S20013 -------------------------- 12-1
WARRANTY ------------------------------------------------------- GEN 040225
WARRANTY PROCEDURE------------------------------------ GEN 040226
RETURNED PARTS POLICY --------------------------------- GEN 040227
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
VARIOUS SAFETY DEVICES AND METHODS OF GUARDING HAVE BEEN
PROVIDED ON THIS MACHINE. IT IS ESSENTIAL HOWEVER THAT THE MACHINE
OPERATORS AND MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. IMPROPER INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE, OR
OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT COULD CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
1. Read this manual before attempting to operate your machine. Never allow an
untrained person to operate or service this machine.
2. Connect the machine to a properly grounded electrical supply that matches the
requirements shown on the electrical specification plate and follow all specifications
of local electrical codes.
3. Disconnect and lock-out the machine from the power supply before cleaning or
servicing.
4. Check and secure all guards before starting the machine.
5. Observe all caution and warning labels affixed to the machine.
6. Use only proper replacement parts.
7. Do not wear loose fitting clothing or loose hair when working near this machine.
Shirt tails should be tucked in.
8. Wear proper, personal, protective, safety equipment.
9. Keep Hands away from the moving parts of this machine while it is in operation.
10. In addition to these general safety instructions, please follow the more specific safety
instructions as specified in the operating instruction manual.
11. The on/off switch is marked with international symbols for on and off. See below.
ON
0738S20002
OFF
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DESCRIPTION/SPECIFICATIONS
Description
The Model 738-V Mini Chip Slicer is a compact, countertop slicer designed to reprocess
shrink - specifically bagels and baguettes - into a marketable bakery/foodservice
product. Designed with reciprocating blade technology, the Mini Chip Slicer easily slices
through day-old bagels and baguettes.
The Model 738-V Mini Chip Slicer is constructed of stainless and painted steel. Easy to
clean, the Mini Chip Slicer food contact surfaces - infeed cover, pusher, handle, and
blade cartridge - can be removed without the use of tools for cleaning and sanitizing in a
dishwasher. Blade changes are simple: simply remove the blade cartridge, replacing it
with an OEM cartridge. No tools or service company required.
Specifications
Space Requirements:
Model 738-V (All Dimensions are Approximate)
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Product Capacities:
Length
Width
Height
6 inches
6 inches
2 inches
Standard Electrical Options: (Others consult factory)
1 phase, 60 Hz, 120VAC, 2 Amps.
Shipping Weight:
100 lbs. (approximate)
Net Weight:
80 lbs. (approximate)
0738S20025
2-2
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before starting the Installation process make sure you observe the following caution
notes.
CAUTION
THE SLICER IS HEAVY, USE PROPER TECHNIQUE WHEN LIFTING OR MOVING.
Select a location for your slicer which has a substantial mounting surface and which has
electrical service compatible with the load the machine will place on it as indicated on
the electrical data plate of the machine. Position the machine while it is still in its
packaging as close as possible to the desired end location.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
ALWAYS USE CARE WHENEVER WORKING NEAR THE CUTTING KNIVES.
To operate the slicer, follow these simple steps:
1. Power unit on and lift the handle. The unit will automatically shut off.
2. Place the product atop the blades and so that the product is resting against the
back of the chute.
3. Using the handle, apply slight pressure in a downward motion until the handle
comes to a stop. Repeat steps 1-3.
4. When finished, power the unit off.
NOTE
THE UNIT WILL CONTIUE TO RUN UNLESS THE HANDLE IS LIFTED TO THE
STARTING POSITION. PLEASE REMEMBER TO POWER OFF THE UNIT WHEN
SLICING IS COMPLETE.
STEP 1
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STEP 2
STEP 3
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
WARNING
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE SLICER FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY TYPE OF MAINTENANCE TASK, INCLUDING
TROUBLESHOOTING.
Slicer will not start
•
The machine is not plugged in.
•
There is no power at the outlet.
•
The cover is not on correctly. The cover has an interlocking mechanism that
allows the unit to operate only if the cover is on.
•
Broken wire or disconnected terminals.
•
The switch actuator cam is not contacting the switch. Lift the cover and adjust
the screw with a flat head screw driver.
Pusher interference when slicing product
•
Loosen pusher and adjust side to side to make sure there is no interference.
•
Blade frame is not correctly placed on slide blocks.
•
Pusher blades are bent or damaged. Contact dealer or factory.
Extreme effort needed to slice product
•
Blades are dull. Contact dealer or factory for replacements.
•
Product is too stale or old. The slicer is designed to be most efficient with slicing
fresh or day old product.
0738S20006
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING
ALWAYS UNPLUG THE SLICER BEFORE PERFORMING
ANY TYPE OF MAINTENANCE TASK.
To prepare your unit for cleaning please refer to the pictorial below for step by step
instructions.
1. Remove the thumb screw atop of the front guard and remove the guard. Once
the guard is removed use a mild cleaning solution on all surfaces to remove any
residue or crumb build up (FIG A). Also, with the brush provided, remove any
crumbs and/or residue that have accumulated within the slots of the front blade
guide (FIG B). The guard can now be set aside.
Figure A
Figure B
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WARNING
NOW THAT THE FRONT GUARD HAS BEEN REMOVED, THE SLICING BLADES
WILL BE EXPOSED. USE CAUTION WHEN MOVING ON TO THE NEXT STEP.
2. With the handle in the up position, insert the quick pin through the slot in the
chute into the hole on the slide block. This will keep the slide block attached and
allow for easy reassembly. Remove the pusher bracket by removing the (2) two
thumbscrews on the front of the block. Use damp rag to wipe away any debris
from the pusher bracket.
3. Loosen the (2) two thumb screws on the sides of the unit near the front and lift
the cover. Use the cover props to secure the cover in the upright position.
0738S20031
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4. Place the safety cover on the blade cartridge by first hooking it around the pin
plate on the rear of the cartridge (FIG A). Now proceed to lay the cover down
and fasten it with the screw provided on the cover (FIG B). Remove the (4) post
hold down blocks and set aside (FIG C).
Figure A
Figure B
Figure C
NOTE: The protective blade cover will only fit on the cartridge when it is in the closed
position. This helps with the cleaning and re-assembly processes. Use the knob on the
drive assembly to make the adjustment to the closed position.
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NOTE: Now that the safety cover has been placed this is a good time to brush crumbs
from the blades. Using the brush provided, gently brush between the blades from the
underside of the slicing area.
WARNING
ONLY CLEAN THE SLICING BLADES FROM THE BOTTOM. CLEANING THEM
FROM THE TOP WILL DAMAGE THE BRUSH AND POTENTIALLY CAUSE INJURY.
REMOVING THE BLADE CARTRIDGE
5. Now that the blade cover is placed and the post hold down blocks are removed
you can now remove the blade cartridge from the unit by lifting up on the tab at
the rear end of the blade cover.
WARNING
NEVER REMOVE BLADE FRAME ASSEMBLY WITHOUT PROTECTIVE GUARD.
BLADES ARE EXTREMELY SHARP AND IF HANDLED INCORRECTLY MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.
0738S20031
6-4
CLEANING
Now that the blade frames have been safely removed you can now proceed with
removing any crumb deposits within the machine. A brush, compressed air, or a
vacuum are helpful tools for this task.
REPLACING THE BLADE CARTRIDGE
6. Make sure that the drive assembly is in the correct position as shown below.
NOTE: The blade cartridge will only fit back into the machine with the drive assembly in
the correct configuration below. The Bearing holes need to be at the position nearest
each other.
CORRECT
INCORRECT
7. With the protective blade guard in place locate the center of the bearings in the
drive assembly with the pin plates attached to the blade cartridge.
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6-5
8. Once the drive assembly has been located, place the blade cartridge posts in the
tracks on the base assembly. Apply slight pressure to the front and rear of the
blade cartridge to ensure the proper fit in to the drive assembly and slide blocks.
9. You can now replace the post hold down blocks that you set aside in step 5.
NOTE: The cover assembly will not fit on the unit if the protective blade cover is left in
place.
CHANGING THE BLADES
Oliver Packaging and Equipment suggests that blades not be changed in the field due to
the potential for injury. We offer a blade frame cartridge exchange program for when
blades become dull. Please contact your dealer or the Oliver service department.
10. Use the brush provided to remove any crumbs and/or residue from the rear blade
guide.
11. You can now wipe down the entire interior surface of the infeed chute using a
mild cleaning solution.
NOTE: Be aware that product may build up at the bottom of the slots on the infeed
chute. If so, use a wet rag to remove it.
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12. Remove the safety cover from the blade cartridge by loosening the screw and
unhooking it from the pin plate at the rear of the cartridge.
NOTE: Make sure that when the safety cover is not in use that it has a designated area
to be stored. This will help with misplacement and potentially loosing the cover.
13. With one hand on the front of the cover, disengage the cover props and slowly
lower the cover into the closed position. Secure the cover by tightening the (2)
two thumb screws near the front of the unit.
NOTE: The cover will not fully close if the protective blade cover is left in place.
CAUTION
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE COVER BE SLOWLY LOWERED INTO POSITION SO
THAT THE BLADE GUIDE RETURNS TO ITS ORIGINAL POSITION. IF NOT,
SERIOUS DAMAGE COULD BE DONE TO THE SLICING BLADES.
14. Once the cover has been securely fastened, you can now replace the pusher
bracket by placing it on the two studs that are attached to the slide block.
0738S20031
6-7
15. Now that the pusher has been attached to the slide block, grab the handle with
your left hand and remove the quick pin by pulling on the ring (Fig A). The pin
can then be placed in the hole on the flange atop the chute (Fig B).
Figure A
Figure B
16. Lastly, carefully replace the front guard by making sure the slots on the front
blade guide line up with the slicing blades. Fasten the guard to the cover by
tightening down the thumb screw.
0738S20031
6-8
LUBRICATION
WARNING
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE SLICER FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY TYPE OF MAINTENANCE TASK.
Oliver suggests a vegetable based aerosol product be used to gently coat the blades on
occasion. Once a month put a drop of a food approved lubricant on the plastic slide
blocks on the inside of the unit. This will increase the longevity of the internal parts of
your slicer.
NOTE
NEVER OIL OR GREASE THE MOTOR.
GENERAL CLEANING
Use a mild detergent solution to clean the exterior surfaces. Periodically remove all
covers and brush or blow, (if compressed air is available), all foreign material from all
surfaces, especially moving parts.
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MAIN FRAME
0738S20034
7-1
MAIN FRAME PARTS LIST
ITEM NO
PART DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
001
Base
0738-0002-1
002
Grommet-Rubber
5767-1207
003*
Nut-10-24 Stainless Acorn
5832-0585
004*
Washer-#10 Spring Lock Stainless
5851-9355
005
Bumper-Rubber w/ Screw
5902-0035
006
Block-Guide
0738-0003-1
007
Screw-10-24 x 3/8 Stainless Truss
5843-5384
008
Plate-Prop
0738-0005-1
009
Nut-1/4-20 Stainless Locking
5831-9087
010
Washer-1/4 Flat Stainless
5851-9304
*Items not shown
FOR SERVICE PARTS CALL OLIVER PACKAGING & EQUIPMENT @ 800-253-3893
0738S20034
7-2
ELECTRICAL PARTS
0738S20020
8-1
ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
ITEM NO
PART DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
101
Assembly-Motor Cord
0738-25505K
102
Plate-Motor Mount
0738-0045
103
Spacer
0738-0046
106
Screw-5/16-18 x ¾ Stainless Hex
5843-1028
107
Screw-5/16-18 x 3 1/2 Stainless Hex
5843-1039
108
Screw-8-32 x 5/16 Stainless Pan
5843-5552
109
Washer-#8 Shake Proof Stainless
5851-9130
110
Washer-5/16 Lock Stainless
5851-9358
111
Mount-Switch
0738-0008
112
Screw-8-32 x ¼ Stainless Pan
5843-5551
113
Washer-#8 Flat Stainless
5851-8108
114
Switch-SM Basic w/ Roller
5757-8002
115
Screw-4-40 x 1/2 Stainless Pan
5843-5524
116
Washer-#4 Shake Proof Stainless
5851-9127
117
Switch-SM Basic
5757-8001
122
Block-Terminal 8 Row
5770-7451
131
Strip-Marker 8 Row
5770-7328
133
Screw-M3.5 x 16mm Stainless Pan
8843-2265
134
Relay
5749-8027
135
Switch-Rocker
5757-3314
136
Bushing-Strain Relief 90°
5765-1010
137
Nut-PG-11 Plastic Lock
5766-7786
138
Counter-5 Digit Mini
5712-9080
139
Screw-6-32 x 1/4 Stainless Truss
5843-5360
140
Screw-6-32 x 3/8 Green Grounding
5841-9501
142
Washer-#6 Shake Proof Stainless
5851-9129
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DRIVE COMPONENTS
DRIVE COMPONENTS PARTS LIST
ITEM NO
PART DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
200*
Assembly-Drive
0738-25002K
206
Clip-Bearing
0738-0049
207
Bearing-10mm Spherical Flange Mount
5251-3591
208
Screw-10-24 x 3/8 Stainless Pan
5843-5384
209
Screw-6-32 x 1/4 Stainless Pan
5843-5541
210
Washer-#6 Lock Stainless
5851-9353
212
Knob
0738-0051
213
Screw-6-32 x 1 ¼ Stainless Pan
5843-5547
Replacements for 200 are ordered assembled with fasteners. Parts may not be
substituted within the assembly other than those called out.
FOR SERVICE PARTS CALL OLIVER PACKAGING & EQUIPMENT @ 800-253-3893
0738S20021
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SLICE PARTS/COVERS
0738S20028
10-1
SLICE PARTS/COVERS PARTS LIST
ITEM NO
301*
310
311
312
313
315
317
401
402
403
404
406
407
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
419
420
421
422
423
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433**
434
PART DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Cartridge-Blade Frame
Bracket-Pusher
Knob-1/4-20 4 Prong Plastic
Plate-Chute Crowding
Guide-Rear Blade
Assembly-Blade Safety Cover
Bushing-Slide
Cover-Motor
Screw-10-24 x 3/8 Stainless Truss
Washer-#10 Shake Proof Stainless
Cover
Block-Top Guide
Screw-8-32 x 1 Stainless Thumb
Assembly-Handle w/ Guard
Handle
Screw-1/4-20 x 1/2 Stainless Truss
Plate-Centering
Nut-1/4-20 Stainless Acorn
Washer-1/4 Spring Lock Stainless
Bracket-Cam
Block-Handle Hinge
Plate-RH Cover Cam
Washer-#8 Spring Lock Stainless
Plate-LH Cover Cam
Screw-8-32 x 1/4 Stainless Round
Chute
Screw-10-24 x 1/4 Stainless Hex
Washer-#10 Spring Lock Stainless
Pin-Quick 1/4 x 1 Stainless w/ Lanyard
Screw-10-24 x 1/4 Stainless Truss
Block-Guide
Bearing-Cam Follower
Screw-1/4-20 x 2 Stainless Truss
Bumper-Press In
Bracket-RH Cover Attachment
Bracket-LH Cover Attachment
Plate-Discharge
0738-25XXXK
0738-0069
5911-7034
0738-0060-08
0738-0059-08
0738-0024K
0738-0068
0738-0033-1
5843-5384
5851-9394
0738-0056
0738-0052
0738-25504K
0738-0038-1
0738-0039
5843-5412
0738-0061
5832-0590
5851-9357
0738-0062
0738-0040
0738-0042-0001
5851-9354
0738-0042-0002
5843-5232
0738-0058
5843-1230
5851-9355
5835-7802
5843-5383
0738-0063
5251-0010
5843-5419
5902-0023
0738-0055-0001
0738-0055-0002
0738-0072K
*Item 301 is replaced fully assembled. Specify slice thickness when ordering.
**LH not shown.
REV. 6/4/13
FOR SERVICE PARTS CALL OLIVER PACKAGING & EQUIPMENT @ 800-253-3893
0738S20028
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WIRING DIAGRAM 1-60-120
0738S20013
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WARRANTY
PARTS
Oliver Packaging & Equipment Company warrants that if any part of the equipment (other than a part
not manufactured by Oliver Packaging & Equipment ) proves to be defective (as defined below) within
one year after shipment, and if Buyer returns the defective part to Oliver Packaging & Equipment
within one year, Freight Prepaid to Oliver Packaging & Equipment plant in Grand Rapids, MI, then
Oliver Packaging & Equipment , shall, at Oliver Packaging & Equipment option, either repair or
replace the defective part, at Oliver Packaging & Equipment expense.
LABOR
Oliver further warrants that equipment properly installed in accordance with our special instructions,
which proves to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use within one (1) year from
installation or one (1) year and three (3) months from actual shipment date, whichever date comes
first, will be repaired by Oliver Packaging & Equipment or an Oliver Packaging & Equipment
Authorized Service Dealer, in accordance with Oliver Packaging & Equipment published Service
Schedule.
For purposes of this warranty, a defective part or defective equipment is a part or equipment which is
found by Oliver Packaging & Equipment to have been defective in materials workmanship, if the
defect materially impairs the value of the equipment to Buyer. Oliver Packaging & Equipment has no
obligation as to parts or components not manufactured by Oliver Packaging & Equipment, but Oliver
Packaging & Equipment assigns to Buyer any warranties made to Oliver Packaging & Equipment by
the manufacturer thereof.
This warranty does not apply to:
1. Damage caused by shipping or accident.
2. Damage resulting from improper installation or alteration.
3. Equipment misused, abused, altered, not maintained on a regular basis, operated carelessly, or
used in abnormal conditions.
4. Equipment used in conjunction with products of other manufacturers unless such use is approved
by Oliver Packaging & Equipment Company in writing.
5. Periodic maintenance of equipment, including but not limited to lubrication, replacement of wear
items, and other adjustments required due to installation, set up, or normal wear.
6. Losses or damage resulting from malfunction.
The foregoing warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied AND OLIVER
PACKAGING & EQUIPMENT COMPANY MAKES NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR PURPOSE REGARDING THE EQUIPMENT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY.
Oliver Packaging & Equipment Company neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume for it
any other obligations or liability in connection with said equipment. OLIVER PACKAGING &
EQUIPMENT COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERCIAL LOSS, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
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WARRANTY PROCEDURE
1. If a problem should occur, either the dealer or the end user must contact the Parts and
Service Department and explain the problem.
2. The Parts and Service Manager will determine if the warranty will apply to this particular
problem.
3. If the Parts and Service Manager approves, a Work Authorization Number will be
generated, and the appropriate service agency will perform the service.
4. The service dealer will then complete an invoice and send it to the Parts and Service
Department at Oliver Packaging & Equipment Company.
5. The Parts and Service Manager of Oliver Packaging and Equipment Company will
review the invoice and returned parts, if applicable, and approve for payment.
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RETURNED PARTS POLICY
This policy applies to all parts returned to the factory whether for warranted credit,
replacement, repair or re-stocking.
Oliver Packaging and Equipment Company requires that the customer obtain a Return
Material Authorization (RMA) number before returning any part. This number should appear
on the shipping label and inside the shipping carton as well. All parts are to be returned
prepaid. Following this procedure will insure prompt handling of all returned parts.
To obtain an RMA number contact the Repair Parts Deptartment toll free at (800) 253-3893.
Parts returned for re-stocking are subject to a RE-STOCKING CHARGE.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Repair Parts Manager
Oliver Packaging and Equipment Company
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