Hood-type High Temperature Dishwasher Installation/Operation

Installation/Operation Manual with Service Replacement Parts
Hood-type
High Temperature
Dishwasher
Model: DH5000 Series
Standard Model:
Hot water sanitizing machine w/fresh
water rinse and built-in stainless steel
electric booster
Also available with:
Direct Vent Option or
Condensate Removal Option
Machine Serial No.
Issue Date: 6.19.14
LISTED
Manual P/N 115192 rev. E
For machines beginning with S/N D12049842 and above
3765 Champion Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
336/661-1556 Fax: 336/661-1660
Toll-free: 800/858-4477
2674 N. Service Road, Jordan Station
Ontario, Canada L0R 1S0
905/562-4195 Fax: 905/562-4618
Toll-free: 800/263-5798
Printed in the USA
For future reference, record your dishwasher information in the box below.
Model Number__________________________ Serial Number_______________________
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email: service@championindustries.com
ATTENTION:
The model no., serial no., voltage, Hz
and phase are needed to identify your
machine and to answer questions.
The machine data plate
is located on the front corner
of the lower panel
Please have this information ready
if you call for service assistance.
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IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
Revision History
 
Revision History
A revision might be a part number change, a new instruction, or other information that was not
available at print time. We reserve the right to make changes to these instructions without notice
and without incurring any liability by making the changes. Equipment owners may request a
revised manual, at no charge, by calling 1 (800) 858-4477 in the USA or by calling
1 (800) 263-5798 in Canada.
Revision
Date
9.17.12
1.31.13
1.31.13
9.20.13
Revised
Pages
Serial Number
Effectivity
All
D12049842
34-38, All
46, 48, 64
54
All
6
D130610931
54-55
D130610931
12.18.13
46-49
D130710963
68-69
All
104-106
All
4.25.14
44-45
All
6.19.14
64-65
All
Revision
Description
Released First Edition
P/N 115100 replaced with elbow and Coupling
Modified front track and cross baffle
Updated corner conversion instructions
Updated track assy. parts
Modified rinse aid injection point
using P/N 115333
Added Hot water coil assembly parts
Added Grundfoss pump air purge
instructions.
Updated Items 21,22,23, input xfmr.
Updated Item 5 to P/N 115438
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Limited Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
Champion Industries Inc. (herein referred to as Champion), 3765 Champion Blvd., Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27105, and
P.O. Box 301, 2674 N. Service Road, Jordan Station, Canada, L0R 1S0, warrants machines, and parts, as set out below.
Warranty of Machines: Champion warrants all new machines of its manufacture bearing the name "Champion" and
installed within the United States and Canada to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year
after the date of installation or fifteen (15) months after the date of shipment by Champion, whichever occurs first. [See below
for special provisions relating to glasswashers.] Warranty registration must be submitted to Champion within ten (10) days after
installation either online on the Champion Industries website (http://www.championindustries.com/register) in the USA or
http://www.championindustries.com/canada/register in Canada or by fax on the form provided at the front of this manual. If
warranty registration is not returned to Champion within such period, the warranty will expire after one year from the date of
shipment. Champion will not assume any responsibility for extra costs for installation in any area where there are jurisdictional
problems with local trades or unions. If a defect in workmanship or material is found to exist within the warranty period,
Champion, at its election, will either repair or replace the defective machine or accept return of the machine for full credit;
provided; however, as to glasswashers, Champion's obligation with respect to labor associated with any repairs shall end (a)
120 days after shipment, or (b) 90 days after installation, whichever occurs first. In the event that Champion elects to repair, the
labor and work to be performed in connection with the warranty shall be done during regular working hours by a Champion
authorized service technician. Defective parts become the property of Champion. Use of replacement parts not authorized by
Champion will relieve Champion of all further liability in connection with its warranty. In no event will Champion's warranty
obligation exceed Champion's charge for the machine. The following are not covered by Champion's warranty:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
Lighting of gas pilots or burners.
Cleaning of gas lines.
Replacement of fuses or resetting of overload breakers.
Adjustment of thermostats.
Adjustment of clutches.
Opening or closing of utility supply valves or switching of electrical supply current.
Cleaning of valves, strainers, screens, nozzles, or spray pipes.
Performance of regular maintenance and cleaning as outlined in operator’s guide.
Damages resulting from water conditions, accidents, alterations, improper use, abuse, tampering, improper installation, or failure to follow maintenance and operation procedures.
Wear on Pulper cutter blocks, pulse vanes, and auger brush.
Examples of the defects not covered by warranty include, but are not limited to: (1) Damage to the exterior or interior finish
as a result of the above, (2) Use with utility service other than that designated on the rating plate, (3) Improper connection to
utility service, (4) Inadequate or excessive water pressure, (5) Corrosion from chemicals dispensed in excess of recommended
concentrations, (6) Failure of electrical components due to connection of chemical dispensing equipment installed by others, (7)
Leaks or damage resulting from such leaks caused by the installer, including those at machine table connections or by connection
of chemical dispensing equipment installed by others, (8) Failure to comply with local building codes, (9) Damage caused by
labor dispute.
Warranty of Parts: Champion warrants all new machine parts produced or authorized by Champion to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 90 days from date of invoice. If any defect in
material and workmanship is found to exist within the warranty period Champion will replace the defective
part without charge.
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY. CHAMPION'S WARRANTY IS ONLY
TO THE EXTENT REFLECTED ABOVE. CHAMPION MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED, TO ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS
OF PURPOSE. CHAMPION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THE REMEDIES SET OUT ABOVE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR ANY DEFECTS FOUND TO EXIST
IN CHAMPION DISHWASHING MACHINES AND CHAMPION PARTS, AND ALL OTHER REMEDIES
ARE EXCLUDED, INCLUDING ANY LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTALS OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Champion does not authorize any other person, including persons who deal in Champion dishwashing machines to change this warranty or
create any other obligation in connection with Champion Dishwashing Machines.
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
DH5000 Series Hood-type Dishwasher
Revision History......................................................................................................... i
Limited Warranty....................................................................................................... ii
Model Descriptions.................................................................................................... iv
Installation....................................................................................... 1
Receiving .................................................................................... 1
Placement
.................................................................................... 1
Installing Condensate Removal or Direct Vent Options............................ 2
Converting Straight-through Operation to Corner Operation................... 3
Electrical Connections........................................................................ 7
Field Conversion from 3-Phase to 1-Phase Operation............................. 9
Field Conversion from 1-Phase to 3-Phase Operation............................. 10
Water Connections............................................................................ 12
Drain Connection.............................................................................. 13
Standard DH5000 Vent Fan Control.................................................... 13
Chemical Dispensing Provisions.......................................................... 14
Initial Start-up................................................................................... 15
Initial Start-up Check List..................................................................... 15
Operation............................................................................................................. 16
Control Panel Description................................................................... 16
Digital Temperature Display Description................................................ 17
Temperature Display Error Codes......................................................... 17
Standard Wash Cycle Operation......................................................... 18
Automatic Drain Cycle....................................................................... 21
Extended Wash Cycle Operation........................................................ 22
Rinse Sentry Operation Mode............................................................. 25
Cleaning and Maintenance.................................................................... 26
Cleaning
.................................................................................... 26
De-liming
.................................................................................... 28
Maintenance
.................................................................................... 29
Troubleshooting................................................................................. 30
Service Replacement Parts..................................................................... 31
Temperature Display Adjustment (For Service Technicians Only)............................... 72
Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions.......................................................... 79
Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions............................................ 91
Hot Water Coil Installation/Grundfoss Pump Air Purge Instructions........................ 104
Time Cycle Chart................................................................................ 107
Electrical Schematics........................................................................................ 108
P/N 900958, Model DH5000 Control Box Wall Mount Kit.................................... 113
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Model Description
Model Description
DH5000 Series
High temperature hot water sanitizing dishwasher with
built-in 40-70°F/22-82°C rise booster heater.
208-240V/60/1 & 3, 460-480V/60/3
Field convertible for straight-through or corner operation
Self-draining pump
Automatic start
Fresh water rinse
Standard Cycle 55 racks per hour/60 second total cycle time
Extended Cycle 38 racks per hour/90 second total cycle time
Rinse sentry
Automatic drain valve
Optional Equipment (consult factory)
Direct Vent System
Condensate Removal System
Additional Flat-bottom Dish racks (P/N 101273)
Additional Peg Dish racks (P/N 101285)
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Installation
Receiving
NOTE:
The installation of your dishwasher must be performed by qualified service personnel.
Problems due to improper installation are not covered by the Warranty.
NOTE:
The installation of the dishwasher must comply with all local electrical, plumbing, health and
safety codes or in the absence of local codes, installed in accordance with the applicable
requirements in the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70, Canadian Electrical Code (CEC),
Part 1, CSA C22.1; and the Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of
Commercial Cooking Operations, NFPA 96.
NOTE:
The installation of the dishwasher must comply with local health codes.
1. Inspect the outside of the dishwasher carton for signs of damage.
2. Remove the carton and inspect the dishwasher for damage.
3. Check for any options or accessories that may have shipped with your dishwasher.
4.
Turn to the front of this manual and follow the instructions to register your
product online or by fax.
Placement
CAUTION:
Be careful when lifting and moving the dishwasher to prevent damage to the machine.
1. Move the dishwasher near its permanent location.
2. Compare the installation site utility connections with the dishwasher utility connections and
make sure they are the same.
3. The typical dishwasher load height is 33¾" [857mm].
4. The machine height is 60-1/8" [1526mm].
5. The dishwasher hood requires an open height of 77¼" [1963mm].
6. For straight-through operation, provide 20" [508mm] clearance out from the front of the
machine and 20" [508mm] out from the left-side of the machine by 27" [686mm]
clearance above the floor for servicing.
7. For servicing a corner operation
machine, provide 35" [889mm]
clearance out from the front of
the machine under the right-hand
tabling, 35" [889mm] out from the
left-hand of the machine under the
left-hand tabling and 35" [889mm]
out from the front of the machine.
Provide 27" [686mm] clearance
above the floor on all sides.
77 41 "
[1963]
HOOD
OPEN
HEIGHT
69 43 "
60 81 "
[1526]
[1770]
33 43 "
[857]
37 78 "
[963]
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Installation
Placement (continued)
6. Dishwashers are shipped from the factory for straight-through operation. Refer to
page 4 to convert the dishwasher from straight-through to corner operation.
Straight-through Operation Shown
7. The dishwasher has 4 adjustable feet for leveling.
8. Level the dishwasher front-to-back and side-to-side.
Control
Panel
Adjustable
Feet
Dish Table Connections
NOTE:
Dish tables should be securely fastened to the dishwasher after the dishwasher is permanently
located and the utilities are connected.
1. Level the dishwasher and dish tables to the required height and fit the dish table flanges
over the ends of the dishwasher tank. Refer to the illustration below.
2. Lift the dishwasher track assembly out of the dishwasher and set aside.
3. Remove the dishwasher side panels (front and side panel for corner operation).
4. Apply a NSF approved sealant between the table flanges and the wash tank.
5. Drill a minimum of two holes through the table flange and the inner wash tank.
6. Install stainless steel truss head screws or rust-proof rivets to secure the table and tank.
7. Reinstall the panels and track assembly.
Dish Table Flange
Drill holes, apply NSF sealant,
& fasten flange to wash tank
Panel
9/32”
2
Inner Wall of
Wash Tank
Installation
Installing Condensate Removal or Direct Vent Options
NOTE
Complete installation instructions are located at the end of this service manual.
The dishwasher may be equipped with either a Condensate Removal Option or a Direct Vent
Option. These options ship separately from the dishwasher in their own containers. Separate
instructions are also included in the option shipping container. These instructions may be
requested under the document part numbers listed below:
P/N 114958, Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
P/N 114959, Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Condensate Removal System Option (See page 91 for complete installation instructions.)
The condensate removal system removes dishwasher heat and water vapor at the end of the dishwashing cycle recovering the normally exhausted heat and transferring the recovered heat to the
built-in booster heater which may eliminate the need for a dishwasher vent hood.
Direct Vent System Option (See page 79 for complete installation instructions.)
The direct vent system option removes dishwasher heat and water vapor directly into an exhaust
vent which may eliminate the need for a dishwasher vent hood.
Condensate Removal
Direct Vent
3
Installation
Converting Straight-through Operation to Corner Operation
! ATTENTION !
A straight-through machine can be converted to a corner configuration in the field
BUT
the clean-end dish table will have to be modified if its backsplash is over 3" [76mm] high.
Refer to the illustration below and on the next page to convert a straight-through operation
machine to a corner operation machine.
To convert the dishwasher:
1. Place the dishwasher as shown below so the control panel faces into the room
and is accessible to the operator.
2. Refer to the illustrations on the next page and cut a notch in the dish table backsplash
if it is higher than 3" [76 mm].
3. The dishwasher should be positioned in a manner whcih allows the dish tables and the
machine to align for the proper loading and unloading of the dish racks.
4. Make the utility connections as described in this manual and in accordance with all
local codes and regulations.
5. Install the dish tables so the edge of each table fits over the inner wall of the dishwasher
tank.
6. Secure the dish tables to the dishwasher
7. Seal each dish table joint with a food-grade sealant to prevent leaks.
Control
Panel
Corner Operation Shown
4
Installation
Converting Straight-through Operation to Corner Operation (continued)
! ATTENTION !
If the backsplash is higher than 3" [76mm], then it must be notched for handle clearance.
See Detail
Controls must
be accessible.
CORNER CONFIGURATION
HANDLE CLEARANCE CUTOUT
FOR CORNER OPERATION
5"
[127]
Detail
3" [76]
5
Installation
Converting Straight-through Operation to Corner Operation
! ATTENTION !
The track assembly must be converted as shown below.
Step 1:
Open the hood and remove the
track assembly (A) by pulling straight
up and lifting the assembly out of
the machine.
Step 2:
A
Rotate the track assembly 180° and
reinstall it in the machine.
Step 3:
Note the location of the removal
rack guide B1 after the track
assembly has been rotated.
Step 4:
Remove the two truss-head screws
holding the rack guide B1 in place.
Save the fasteners.
Step 5:
Rotate the rack guide counterclockwise 90° to its new position
B2.
B2
Step 6:
Using the fasteners saved in Step 4,
secure the guide to the track
assembly.
This is the end of the conversion instructions.
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B1
Installation
Electrical Connections
WARNING:
Electrocution or serious injury may result when working on an
energized circuit.
Disconnect power at the main breaker or service disconnect
switch before working on the circuit.
Lock-out and tag the breaker to indicate that work is being
performed on the circuit.
! ATTENTION !
A qualified electrician must connect the main incoming power to the dishwasher in accordance
with all local codes and regulations or in the absence of local codes in accordance with the
National Electrical Code or the Canadian Electrical Code. Improper installation will not be
covered by the Limited Warranty.
Connecting Incoming Power Supply
1. Make sure the incoming power is disconnected
at the main disconnect switch or circuit breaker.
2. The dishwasher is available for either single or
three phase operation. Standard voltages are
208-240V/60/1 & 3, and 460-480V/60/3.
Power
Routing
Bracket
& Conduit
8"
[203]
3. A Machine Electrical Connection Data Plate is
located directly below the input terminal block.
Make sure the incoming power supply matches
the machine's electrical requirement before
connecting incoming power.
4. Remove the front and left side dishwasher
panels.
5. The incoming power supply is routed from the
rear of the machine to the input terminal block
located at the front of the machine.
(See A and B on next page).
continued on next page
Incoming Power Routing.
7
Installation
Electrical Connections
Connecting Incoming Power Supply (continued)
6. Connect the incoming power flexible conduit to the incoming conduit mounting bracket
located on the rear of the dishwasher base making sure to leave 6 feet [2 m] of excess
conduit and conductors to allow for servicing of the dishwasher.
7. Route the power conductors through the 1-1/2" rigid PVC Power Cable Conduit to the
front of the dishwasher as shown. (See A and B below).
8. Two cable tie mounts are provided on the base of the machine to secure the conductors.
Make sure the conductors do not block the front of the booster tank, (if equipped), so the
booster can be serviced easily.
9. Refer to the terminal block connection diagrams below and connect the incoming
power to the input terminal block as indicated according to the machine's power
requirements. (See C and D below).
A
B
Power Cable Bracket
Power Cable Conduit
SINGLE PHASE
POWER CONNECTION
208-240V/60/1
L1
L2
THREE PHASE
POWER CONNECTION
208-240/440-480V/60/3
L3
L1
L2
L3
GND
L1
L2
LINE IN
GND
NOT
USED
L1
C
L2
LINE IN
L3
D
10. CHECK MOTOR ROTATION FOR 208-240/460-480V/60/3 ONLY. Check the rotation
direction of the wash pump motor according to the indicator arrow on the motor end cover
and reverse L1 and L2 at the input terminal block if the motor rotation is incorrect.
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Installation
Electrical Connections
Field Conversion from 3-phase to 1-phase Operation
for 208-240V/60/3 Machines Only
! CAUTION !
3-phase to 1-phase conversion can only be performed on 208-240V/60/3 machines.
Converting a 460-480V/60/3 machine will result in permanent damage to the machine and will
VOID the LIMITED WARRANTY.
A standard 3-phase operation dishwasher can be converted for
1-phase operation by rewiring of the wash tank and booster tank heaters.
A replacement wiring diagram and data plate must be installed in the
control cabinet. This diagram and data plate must be obtained
from the factory.
SINGLE PHASE
POWER CONNECTION
208-240V/60/1
L1
L2
L3
GND
To convert the dishwasher from 3-phase to 1-phase operation:
1. Make sure the main electrical service matches the dishwasher
full electrical load requirement for 1-phase operation.
2. Remove the front access panel and locate the input terminal block
mounted on the left-side of control cabinet mounting bracket.
L1
3. Connect the 1-phase incoming power supply to L1 and L2 on the
input side of the main terminal block.
L2
NOT
USED
LINE IN
Rewire Wash Tank Heater Element for 1PH
1. Locate the wash tank heater mounted on the right side
of the wash tank.
33
2. Remove the paper insulator, wires and jumper
bars from the heater terminals.
34
L1
L1
L2
3. Additional short jumpers bar are stowed on the
heater terminals.
33
L1
3PH
L2
35
1PH
4. Reposition the jumper bars for 1PH as shown at right.
5. Connect the #33 wire to one element terminal as shown.
34
L3
35
6. Connect the #34 and #35 wires to the other terminals as shown.
7. Reinstall the paper insulator.
Rewire Booster Heater Element for 1PH
3PH
1. Remove the booster heater element cover.
L3
38
1PH
2. Remove the paper insulator, wires and jumper bars
from the heater terminals.
3. Install the jumper bars for 1PH as shown at right.
4. Additional short jumper bars are stowed on the heater
terminals.
37
L2
5. Connect the #36 wire to one element terminal as shown.
6. Connect the #37 and #38 wires to the other terminals as shown.
36
L1
38
L3
36
37 L1
L2
7. Reinstall the paper insulator and the booster heater element cover.
Affix the new data plate over the existing machine data plate to complete the conversion.
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Installation
Water Connections for Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model
! ATTENTION !
A qualified plumber must connect the water supply to the dishwasher in accordance with all
local plumbing and sanitation codes and regulations.
Improper installation will not be covered by the Limited Warranty.
1. The DH5000 Standard Model dishwasher and the DH5000 Direct Vent Option Model
require a single hot water connection
HOT WATER — 3/4" NPT, 110°F/43°C minimum temperature, with a minimum incoming
flowing pressure of 45 PSI measured at the dishwasher before adjusting operating
pressure to 20/25 PSI flowing pressure.
2. A water hardness of 3 grains/gal (US) [51.3 mg/L] or less is recommended.
3. A manual shut-off valve, 3/4" or larger, should be installed in the hot water supply line
as close to the dishwasher as possible for servicing.
The incoming hot water line is a 3/4" NPT connection.
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Installation
Water Connections for Condensate Removal Option Model
1. The DH5000 dishwasher equipped with a Condensate Removal Option requires an
incoming cold water supply only.
COLD WATER — 3/4" NPT, 55-75°F/13-24°C Maximum temperature, with a minimum
incoming flowing pressure of 45 PSI measured at the dishwasher supply connection
before adjusting operating pressure to 20/25 PSI flowing pressure.
2.
A water hardness of 3 grains/gal (US) [51.3 mg/L] or less is recommended.
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The incoming cold water supply pressure must be a minimum
of 45 PSI flowing pressure measured at the cold water supply connection.
3. The cold water supply connection is located on the left side of the dishwasher
approximately 64" above the finished floor (see the illustration below).
4. A manual shut-off valve, 3/4" or larger, should be installed in the cold water supply line
as close to the dishwasher as possible for servicing.
Detail View
64"
[1626]
3/4" NPT
Cold water
supply connection
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Installation
Drain Connection - All Models
The drain water connection is a 2" slip-fit hose
connection and is located at the center-rear of
the machine base. It is a gravity drain.
1. The dishwasher drain is 2" O.D. hose
connection.
2. An optional drain water tempering kit
is available (consult the factory).
3. Drain water flow is controlled by an
automatic electrically operated drain valve.
4. The floor sink and/or drain plumbing
must be able to accommodate a
maximum drain flow rate of
20 US gpm / 17 Imp gpm / 76 Lpm.
The drain is a 2" slip-fit hose connection.
Note: A Drain Water Tempering Kit Option is available to ensure the temperature of the
water entering the drain does not exceed 140ºF/60ºC (consult the factory).
Vent Fan Control for Standard Model Only
Standard Model DH5000 installations using an overhead vent hood may require a vent fan
signal. This signal is supplied by the dishwasher control circuit.
1. A vent fan control signal is provided on a terminal
block located inside the control cabinet.
The terminal locations are clearly marked.
2. The 120VAC signal is designed only to operate an
external vent fan contactor (supplied by others) and
is limited to .5 AMP maximum load and is available
when the dishwasher power switch is turned ON.
CAUTION:
Do not connect a vent fan motor to the signal connection
terminals.
VENT FAN
120V .5A
The Vent Fan Control Signal is limited to
120VAC .5 Amp maximum load.
RINSE AID
120V 1A
DETERGENT
120V 1A
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Installation
Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model Chemical Dispensing Provisions
! ATTENTION !
Consult a qualified chemical supplier for chemical supplies and chemical dispensing equipment.
Provisions for chemical suppliers to connect their chemical dispensing systems are provided on the
dishwasher and include:
1. A 1/8" NPT fitting (A) rinse-aid injection point. The fitting is located on the left side
of the dishwasher support hood (see illustration below).
2. Two 7/8" holes (B) are provided on the lower right side of the wash tank for detergent
injection and the detergent probe.
3. Detergent and rinse-aid control signals are available inside the control cabinet.
4. The signals are 120VAC, Max. 1 Amp load. Connection points are located on a
labeled terminal block (see below).
A
A commercial grade
non-chlorinated detergent
is recommended for this
machine.
A
VENT FAN
120V .5A
Detergent Injection
Point
B
B
RINSE AID
120V 1A
DETERGENT
120V 1A
Detergent Probe
120VAC, 1A Dispenser
Signal Terminal Block
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Installation
Chemical Dispensing Provisions - Condensate Removal Option Model Only
! ATTENTION !
Consult a qualified chemical supplier for chemical supplies and chemical dispensing equipment.
A commercial grade non-chlorinated detergent is recommended for this machine.
Provisions for chemical suppliers to connect their chemical dispensing systems are provided on the
dishwasher and include:
1. A 1/8" NPT fitting (A) rinse-aid injection point. The fitting is located on the left side
of the dishwasher support hood (see illustration below).
2. Two 7/8" holes (B) are provided on the lower right side of the wash tank for detergent
injection and the detergent probe.
3. Detergent and rinse-aid control signals are available inside the control cabinet.
4. The signals are 120VAC, Max. 1 Amp load. Connection points are located inside the
control cabinet on a labeled terminal block (see below).
A
A commercial grade
non-chlorinated detergent
is recommended for this
machine.
A
VENT FAN
120V .5A
Detergent Injection
Point
B
B
RINSE AID
120V 1A
DETERGENT
120V 1A
Detergent Probe
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120VAC, 1A Dispenser
Signal Terminal Block
Initial Start-up
Initial Start-up Check List
1. Remove any protective film from dishwasher. Check the interior for foreign material.
2. Make sure the dishwasher is permanently located.
3. Make sure all utility connections are complete.
4. Make sure the chemical supply containers are full.
5. Make sure the pump suction screen is in place.
6. Make sure the drain screen is clean and unobstructed by debris.
7. Make sure the scrap screen plate and scrap screens installed and firmly seated.
The screen plate is mounted in the center of the wash tank and locks in a slot on the
back screen support.
8. Make sure the spray arms are in place and spin freely.
9. Close the dishwasher hood.
10. Turn hot water supply on and check for leaks in the main water supply piping connected
to the dishwasher.
IMPORTANT
During the initial fill, adjust the PRV to ensure the flowing pressure of the incoming water is set
between 20/25 PSI.
Make sure the pump suction strainer is in place.
Make sure the scrap screen plate is mounted in the center of
the wash tank and separating the scrap screens.
Make sure the drain screen is clean.
Make sure the scrap screens are in place.
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Operation
Control Panel Description
The control panel is located on the front left side of the lower panel. The controls include:
A - ON/OFF DRAIN power switch. Turns power on and off and initiates a drain cycle when the switch is placed in the Off/Drain position.
B - CYCLE green indicator light. Illuminates during an automatic timed cycle.
The cycle light is off during the 10 minute automatic drain cycle.
C- CYCLE SELECTOR switch. Standard position provides a 60 second total cycle and the Extended position provides a 90 second total cycle for heavy soiled items.
D- WASH (150°F) digital temperature display. Indicates the wash tank water temperature
whenever the dishwasher tank is full of water (see next page, Digital Temperature Displays).
E- RINSE (180°F) digital temperature display. Indicates the final rinse water temperature
during the final rinse (ee next page, Digital Temperature Displays).
F-PRESSURE gauge. Indicates the final rinse water flowing pressure during the final rinse.
The proper pressure reading is 20/25 PSI during the final rinse.
B
C
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
A
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
WASH
RINSE
D
150°F
180°F
E
PRESSURE
F
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Operation
Digital Temperature Display Description
The wash tank and the final rinse temperatures are numerically displayed and a colored bar
around the numbers creates a visual indication of the temperature.
W
EN
Y EL
RE
L
O
G
1. When the color of the bar is yellow then the water temperature
is below the minimum temperature required to operate the
machine. Wait until the temperature has reached the proper
operating temperature.
2. When the color of the bar is yellow and green then the water
temperature is at or above the minimum temperature required
to operate the machine.
EN
L
Y EL
W
RE
O
G
3. The required wash temperature is a minimum of 150ºF/66ºC.
Wait until the display indicates this temperature before
washing dishes.
4. The required final rinse temperature is a min/max of
180-195ºF/82-91ºC. Contact a factory authorized service
agent if the display fails to indicate this temperature
during the final rinse.
NOTE:
The final rinse display may indicate a temperature that is less than a minimum of 180ºF/82ºC
during the wash cycle. This is normal, but during the final rinse (when the pressure gauge
indicates a flowing pressure of 20/25 PSI), the final rinse temperature display will read between
180-195ºF/82-91ºC.
Temperature Display Error Codes
A digital display may show an error code to indicate certain conditions that require service or
repair. Refer to the illustrations below for the meaning of the error codes.
E
The letter "E" is displayed with a dark color
bar indicates a problem exists in the electrical
circuit. Contact an authorized service agent
to correct the problem.
HHH
Three "H"s displayed with the color bar fully
lit indicates the temperature has exceeded
210ºF/99ºC. Contact an authorized service
agent to correct the problem.
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Operation
Standard Wash Cycle Operation
Follow the instructions below to operate the dishwasher in a Standard Wash Cycle. A Rinse
Sentry feature holds the dishwasher in a wash cycle if the booster heater temperature is below
180ºF/82ºC.
1. Turn the main power on at the main circuit breaker.
2. Make sure the spray arms and the scrap screens are in place.
3. Turn the water supply on.
4. Close the dishwasher hood.
5. Push the Cycle Selector Switch UP to the STANDARD position.
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
EXTENDED
6. Push the dishwasher Power Switch to the ON position. The power switch will illuminate
and the machine will fill with water.
RINSE
180°F
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
PRESSURE
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
7. Check the pressure gauge as the machine fills and make sure the incoming water flowing
150
170
pressure is between 20-22 psi.
WASH
RINSE
150°F
30
20
180°F
40
PSI
50
10
0
60
PRESSURE
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Operation
Standard Wash Cycle Operation (continued)
POWER
WASH
8. Wait up to 10 minutes for the WASH temperature display to indicate a minimum of
ON
STANDARD
150ºF/66ºC.
NOTE:
The final rinse display may indicate a temperature
that is less than a minimum of 180ºF/82ºC during
the wash cycle. This is normal, but during the
final rinse (when the pressure gauge indicates a
flowing pressure of 20-22 PSI), the final rinse
temperature display will read between
180-195ºF/82-91ºC.
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
150
170
WASH
RINSE
150°F
180°F
9. Load soiled wares into the dish rack. Place plates, glasses, cups and bowls in a peg rack.
Place utensils in a single layer in a flat-bottom rack. Place pots and pans in a flat-bottom
rack. Do not overload the dish racks.
PRESSURE
10. Slide 1 dish rack into the wash compartment making sure the wares do not interfere with
the rotating spray arms. Do not wash more than 1 dish rack at a time.
11. Close the hood, the green CYCLE light
will illuminate and the standard wash
cycle will begin automatically.
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
150
170
WASH
RINSE
150°F
180°F
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Operation
Standard Wash Cycle Operation (continued)
(continued on next page)
12. The wash cycle time runs for approximately 35 seconds.
13. Opening the hood when the dishwasher is in-cycle will pause the cycle. The cycle will
resume automatically when the dishwasher hood is closed.
14. The final rinse cycle begins at the end of the wash cycle and runs for approximately
10 seconds followed by a 15 second delay before the green CYCLE light goes out.
15. Check the FINAL RINSE temperature gauge during the final rinse and make sure it indicates
a minimum of 180ºF/82ºC. The acceptable range of operation is 180-195ºF/82-91ºC.
180
RINSE
180°F
16. Check the pressure gauge located below the temperature displays to ensure the final rinse
pressure maintains a flowing pressure between 20-22 PSI.
30
20
40
PSI
50
10
0
60
17. At the end of the rinse cycle, the in-cycle light will go out. Open the hood and remove
the clean rack of wares.
18. Repeat steps 9-17 for additional dish racks.
19. Refer to the Automatic Drain Cycle on the next page for the procedures to drain the dishwasher.
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Operation
Automatic Drain Cycle
The dishwasher can be drained automatically when the dishwasher has completed a normal wash
cycle or whenever the dishwasher is idle.
To drain the dishwasher:
1. Turn the dishwasher power Switch OFF/DRAIN. The illuminated power switch will go out.
The automatic drain valve will open and the machine will drain.
2. The CYCLE light is not illuminated
during the automatic drain cycle.
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
140
140
3. The drain valve will remain open for 10 minutes to allow time to flush the interior with fresh
WASH
RINSE
water during a cleaning operation.
150°F
180°F
4. When 10 minutes has elapsed, the drain valve will close.
The automatic drain cycle is complete.
NOTE:
The automatic drain cycle can be repeated after 10 minutes by turning the power Switch to ON and immediately to OFF/DRAIN. The dishwasher will drain for another 10 minutes and then
PRESSURE
turn off.
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Operation
Extended Wash Cycle Operation
! VERY IMPORTANT !
THE EXTENDED CYCLE MAY BE SELECTED BEFORE OR AFTER THE POWER SWITCH IS PRESSED; BUT,
THE CYCLE SELECTOR SWITCH WILL NOT CHANGE THE CYCLE FROM STANDARD TO EXTENDED OR
VICE VERSA WHILE THE DISHWASHER IS ALREADY IN CYCLE.
Follow the instructions below to operate the dishwasher in a Extended Wash Cycle. A Rinse
Sentry feature holds the dishwasher in a wash cycle if the booster heater temperature is below
180ºF/82ºC.
1. Turn the main power on at the main circuit breaker.
2. Make sure the spray arms and the scrap screens are in place.
3. Turn the water supply on.
4. Close the dishwasher hood.
5. Push the Cycle Selector Switch DOWN to the EXTENDED position.
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
150
170
WASH
RINSE
6. Push the dishwasher Power Switch to the ON position. The power switch will illuminate
and the machine will fill with water.
150°F
180°F
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
PRESSURE
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
150
170
WASH
RINSE
150°F
22
180°F
Operation
Extended Wash Cycle Operation (continued)
7. Check the pressure gauge as the machine fills and make sure the incoming water flowing
pressure is between 20-22 psi.
30
20
40
PSI
50
10
60
0
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
8. Wait up to 10 minutes for the WASH temperature display to indicate
a minimum
of
150ºF/66ºC.
NOTE:
The final rinse display may indicate a temperature
that is less than a minimum of 180ºF/82ºC during
the wash cycle. This is normal, but during the
final rinse (when the pressure gauge indicates a
flowing pressure of 20-22 PSI), the final rinse
temperature display will read between
180-195ºF/82-91ºC.
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
150
170
WASH
RINSE
150°F
180°F
9. Load soiled wares into the dish rack. Place plates, glasses, cups and bowls in a peg rack.
Place utensils in a single layer in a flat-bottom rack. Place pots and pans in a flat-bottom
rack. Do not overload the dish racks.
PRESSURE
10. Slide 1 dish rack into the wash compartment making sure the wares do not interfere with
the rotating spray arms. Do not wash more than 1 dish rack at a time.
(continued on next page)
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Operation
Extended Wash Cycle Operation (continued)
11. Close the hood, the green CYCLE light will illuminate and the extended wash
cycle will begin automatically. The wash cycle time runs for approximately 64 seconds.
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
150
170
WASH
RINSE
150°F
180°F
12. Opening the hood when the dishwasher is in-cycle will pause the cycle. The cycle will
resume automatically when the dishwasher hood is closed.
13. The final rinse cycle begins at the end of the wash cycle and runs for approximately
15 seconds
PRESSURE followed by a 10 second delay before the green CYCLE light goes out.
14. Check the FINAL RINSE temperature gauge during the final rinse and make sure it indicates
a minimum of 180ºF/82ºC. The acceptable range of operation is 180-195ºF/82-91ºC.
30
180
20
40
PSI
50
10
0
60
RINSE
180°F
15. Check the pressure gauge located below the temperature displays to ensure the
final rinse pressure maintains a flowing pressure between 20-22 PSI.
16. At the end of the rinse cycle, the in-cycle light will go out. Open the hood and remove
the clean rack of wares.
17. Repeat steps 9-16 for additional dish racks.
18. Refer to the Automatic Drain Cycle on page 21 for the procedures to drain the dishwasher.
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Operation
Rinse Sentry Operation Mode
The final rinse water temperature must be a minimum of 180ºF/82ºC during the final rinse cycle
to ensure all wares are sanitized. If for any reason, the hot water temperature in the booster tank
cannot provide this temperature, the dishwasher will enter a Rinse Sentry Mode of operation and
extend the cycle time.
The Rinse Sentry changes the Standard and Extended cycle time as described below:
1. The Rinse Sentry constantly monitors the water temperature inside final rinse booster.
2. If the temperature inside the booster heater falls below 180ºF/82ºC, the Rinse Sentry
will extend the wash cycle time until the booster heater water temperature reaches the
proper temperature.
3. The CYCLE light will remain illuminated during the Rinse Sentry Mode.
4. The RINSE water temperature display must be monitored to ensure a minimum of
180ºF/82ºC is maintained during the rinse cycle.
5. The acceptable temperature range for the final rinse water is 180-195ºF/82-91ºC.
6. A wash cycle time of more than 3 minutes may indicate a low incoming water temperature
or a problem with the booster tank operation.
! VERY IMPORTANT !
DO NOT REMOVE WARES UNTIL THE FINAL RINSE CYCLE HAS
SANITIZED THE WARES AND THE GREEN CYCLE LIGHT GOES OUT.
! NOTE !
A wash cycle time of more than 3 minutes may indicate a low incoming water temperature or a
problem with the booster tank operation.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning
After Each Meal Period or every 8 Hours of Operation.
1. Push the lighted power switch DOWN to the OFF/DRAIN position.
2. The power switch light will go out and the automatic drain cycle will operate for 10 minutes.
The cycle light is not illuminated during the drain cycle.
3. Open the hood and flush the interior of the machine with fresh water.
4. Remove the scrap screens and remove debris to a waste container.
5. Flush the scrap screens making sure to back-flush.
6. Do not strike the scrap screens against solid objects.
7. Flush the wash tank, the pump suction strainer and drain screen.
8. Check the wash tank for foreign material and clean as required.
9. Replace pump suction strainer and scrap screens.
10. Make sure the spray arms turn freely.
11. Check the chemical containers and refill as required.
12. Close the door and turn the power switch ON. The machine will fill automatically.
13. Resume normal operation.
Clean scrap screens.
Clean drain screen.
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Clean pump suction strainer
Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning
At the End of the Day
1. Perform Steps 1-10 on the previous page.
2. Remove the upper and lower rinse and wash spray arms. The spray arms are
interchangeable.
3. Unscrew the upper and lower rinse arm spindles (A). Remove the rinse arm assemblies
4. Clean the final rinse arm nozzles using a small paper clip (B).
5. Remove the rinse arm end plugs (C) if necessary, and flush the rinse arm with clean water.
6. Re-install the rinse arm end plugs if they were removed.
7. Remove the wash spray arms and flush with clean water.
8. ONLY USE NON-METALLIC SCRUB PADS TO CLEAN THE INTERIOR.
9. Contact the chemical supplier for de-liming if required (see next page).
10. Wipe the interior and exterior of the machine with a soft cloth and a mild detergent.
DO NOT HOSE THE EXTERIOR OF THE MACHINE WITH WATER.
11. Reassemble the dishwasher and leave the hood open to allow overnight drying.
Rinse Arm Spindle
A
Paper Clip
B
End
Plug
C
Wash Spray arm
D
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Cleaning and Maintenance
De-liming
Minerals accumulate on the interior surfaces of the dishwasher. The deposits have a white haze
and, in cases of heavy accumulation, may appear as a granular solid. The generic name for
mineral deposits is lime. The removal of lime deposits is called de-liming. Your dishwasher should
be de-limed regularly; how often will depend on the mineral content of your water.
Inspect your machine interior for lime deposits. If de-liming is required, a de-liming agent should
be used for best results in accordance with the chemical supplier's instructions.
! DANGER !
Death or serious injury may result when de-liming solution is mixed with sodium hypochlorite
(chlorine bleach) sanitizing agent. Mixing may cause hazardous gases to form. De-liming solution
and other acids must never be mixed with chlorine, iodine, bromine, or fluorine.
! CAUTION !
Skin contact with de-liming solutions can cause severe irritation and possible chemical burns.
Always wear protective clothing and goggles when handling chemicals.
! ATTENTION !
Contact your chemical supplier for specific safety procedures and instructions for the use of the deliming solution supplied for the dishwasher.
De-liming solution or other chemicals are not supplied by the dishwasher manufacturer.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Maintenance
Daily Maintenance
1. Check all of the wash arm and rinse arm spray jets and clean as necessary.
2. Make sure the water supply is on and the drain is not clogged.
3. Check the temperature displays to ensure they are operating.
4. Make sure the dish racks are in good condition.
5. Check the chemical containers and refill as required.
6. Follow the cleaning procedures given above.
Weekly Maintenance
1. Perform Steps 1-5 in the Daily Maintenance.
2. Inspect water lines for leaks.
3. Check for water leaks underneath the dishwasher.
4. Make sure the floor drain and/or piping handles the drain water discharge.
5. Make sure the dishwasher is level.
6. Clean accumulated lime deposits from the wash tank heating element.
7. Inspect the scrap screen and replace it if damaged.
8. Check the spray arms and replace or repair if damaged.
Yearly Maintenance
Contact your authorized service agent for a preventive maintenance inspection.
Lubrication
There are no lubrication points nor schedules for this dishwasher.
NOTE:
Consult your chemical supplier for chemical dispensing system maintenance.
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Troubleshooting
Follow the troubleshooting guide below in the event your dishwasher does not operate as
expected.
Condition
30
Cause
Solution
Dishwasher will not run.
Hood not closed.
Main power OFF.
Dishwasher OFF.
Close Hood completely.
Check breaker on panel.
Turn dishwasher ON.
Low or no water.
Main water supply off.
PRV setting incorrect
Line strainer clogged.
Solenoid valve defective.
Open supply valve.
Set to 20-22 PSI flowing.
Contact Service Agent.
Contact Service Agent.
Chemicals won’t feed into
dishwasher.
Chemical supply low.
Pick-up tube clogged
Supply tubing damaged.
Supply tubing kinked.
Refill chemical container.
Contact Chemical Supplier.
Contact Chemical Supplier.
Straighten tubing.
Poor wash results.
Wares incorrectly loaded.
in dishrack.
Reposition wares or reduce
amount of wares.
Clogged screens.
Clogged spray arms.
Clean screens.
Clean spray arms.
Chemical injectors not
feeding.
Contact Chemical Supplier.
Thermostat defective.
Contact Service Agent.
Detergent Dispenser
defective.
Contact Chemical Supplier.
Water temperature low.
Contact Service Agent
Dishwasher stays in
wash cycle.
Rinse Sentry extends wash
mode to allow final rinse
water booster temperature
to reach 180˚F/82˚C.
Contact Service Agent
if wash cycle runs for
longer than 6 minutes.
Dishwasher will not drain.
Drain screen clogged.
Clean drain screen.
Drain valve defective.
Contact Service Agent.
Building drain clogged.
Contact Building
Maintenance.
Direct Vent Option Model
Steam not being vented
Direct Vent Fan blocked
or defective.
Contact Service Agent or
Building Maintenance.
Condensate Removal
Option Model
Steam not being vented
Incoming cold water temp.
is above 75°F/24°C.
Check incoming water
temperature.
Incoming water pressure is
below 45 PSI flowing
pressure at the dishwasher.
Check incoming water
pressure.
Condensate coil or fan
defective
Contact Service Agent.
Service Replacement Parts
Service Replacement Parts
IllustrationsPage
Wash Pump/Motor Assembly ...................................................................................................... 32
Fill Piping Assembly without Booster - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model Only................. 34
Fill Piping Assembly with Booster - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model Only...................... 36
Fill Piping Assembly with Booster - Condensate Removal Option Model Only .................................... 38
Booster Assembly - All Models and Options.................................................................................... 40
Control Panel Assembly............................................................................................................... 42
Control Cabinet and Input Terminal Block Assembly........................................................................ 44
Wash/Rinse Spray Piping - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model....................................... 46
Wash/Rinse Spray Piping - Condensate Removal Option Model....................................................... 48
Wash and Rinse Spray Arm Assemblies......................................................................................... 50
Wash Tank Heat, Drain, Screens, and Hoses.................................................................................. 52
Track and Panel Assemblies......................................................................................................... 54
Hood and Hood Handle Assemblies.............................................................................................. 56
Back Support and Hood Guide Assembly...................................................................................... 58
Condensate Removal Option and Direct Vent Option - Electrical Control Box...................................... 60
Direct Vent Option - Shroud and Exhaust Fan.................................................................................. 62
Condensate Removal Option - Shroud, Fan, and Coil...................................................................... 64
Drain Water Tempering Assembly................................................................................................. 66
Hot water Coil Heat Assembly...................................................................................................... 68
Dish racks, Line Strainer and Pressure Regulating Valve (PRV)........................................................... 70
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)...................................................... 72
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions................................................................ 79
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions.................................................. 91
31
Wash Pump/Motor Assembly
13
6
5
4
1
7
8
9
10
11
14
12
2
3
32
Wash Pump/Motor Assembly
ItemPart
No.No.
1
114134
Description
Qty.
SLINGER, WATER
1
2114135
NUT
9
3114136
SCREW
9
4
114137
PLATE, BACKING, C/W CAPACITOR BRKT.
1
5
110285
GASKET, PUMP
1
6
114139
SEAL, PUMP
1
7114140
WASHER
1
8114141
IMPELLER
1
9114142
WASHER
1
10
114143
WASHER, LOCK
1
11
114144
NUT, IMPELLER (LH THREADS)
1
12
114145
HOUSING, PUMP
1
13
114322
CAPACITOR 15μF 240VAC
1
*14114525
PUMP/MOTOR ASSEMBLY COMPLETE
220VAC/50-60/1PH, 1HP (SEE NOTE)
1
---114936
PUMP/MOTOR ASSEMBLY COMPLETE
460-480VAC/50-60/3, 1HP
1
*NOTE:
USE P/N 114525 FOR 208-240V/60/1 and 3 PHASE MACHINES.
SEE ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC.
THE MOTOR CANNOT BE ORDERED AS A SEPARATE REPLACEMENT PART.
33
Fill Piping Assembly without Booster - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model Only
6
3
13
10
9
11
12
34
5
7
8
5
4
1
2
Fill Piping Assembly without Booster - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
102392
BUSHING, REDUCING, 3/4" NPT X 1/2" NPT BRASS
2
2
102438
ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
1
3
111437
VALVE, SOLENOID 3/4" NPT HW
1
--
114839
KIT, REPAIR VALVE 3/4" HW
A/R
--
111472
COIL, SOLENOID 3/4" 120V
A/R
4
102651
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 2" LG. BRASS
A/R
5
115169
U-BOLT, 1/4-20 X 1¾" X 3" LG. (COMES WITH NUTS)
2
6
107550
VALVE, PRESSURE REGULATING 3/4" NPT BRONZE
1
7
102653
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 4" LG. BRASS
A/R
8
334775
BRACKET, DH5000 INLET PLUMBING SUPPORT
1
9
110768
STRAINER, LINE 3/4" NPT BRONZE FEMALE
1
10
102444
ELBOW, STREET 3/4" NPT X 90° BRASS1
11
100184
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X CLOSE BRASS
1
12
100571
UNION, 3/4" NPT BRASS
1
13
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2" 37° FLARE BRASS
1
35
Fill Piping Assembly with Booster - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model Only
6
3
13
10
9
11
12
36
5
7
8
5
4
1
2
Fill Piping Assembly with Booster - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model Only
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
102392
BUSHING, REDUCING, 3/4" NPT X 1/2" NPT BRASS
2
2
102438
ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
1
3
111437
VALVE, SOLENOID 3/4" NPT HW
1
--
114839
KIT, REPAIR VALVE 3/4" HW
A/R
--
111472
COIL, SOLENOID 3/4" 120V
A/R
4
102651
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 2" LG. BRASS
A/R
5
115169
U-BOLT, 1/4-20 X 1¾" X 3" LG. (COMES WITH NUTS)
2
6
107550
VALVE, PRESSURE REGULATING 3/4" NPT BRONZE
1
7
102653
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 4" LG. BRASS
A/R
8
334775
BRACKET, DH5000 INLET PLUMBING SUPPORT
1
9
110768
STRAINER, LINE 3/4" NPT BRONZE FEMALE
1
10
102444
ELBOW, STREET 3/4" NPT X 90° BRASS1
11
100184
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X CLOSE BRASS
1
12
100571
UNION, 3/4" NPT BRASS
1
13
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2" 37° FLARE BRASS
1
37
Fill Piping Assembly with Booster - Condensate Removal Option Model Only
3
9
7
7
1
1
8
38
9
2
4
6
5
2
6
Fill Piping Assembly with Booster - Condensate Removal Option Model Only
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
102392
BUSHING, REDUCING, 3/4" NPT X 1/2" NPT BRASS
2
2
102651
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 2" LG. BRASS
2
3
107550
VALVE, PRESSURE REGULATING 3/4" NPT BRONZE
1
4
110768
STRAINER, LINE 3/4" NPT BRONZE FEMALE
1
5
111437
VALVE, SOLENOID 3/4" NPT HW
1
--
114839
KIT, REPAIR VALVE 3/4" HW
A/R
--
111472
COIL, SOLENOID 3/4" 120V
A/R
6
102438
ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
2
7
115169
U-BOLT, 1/4-20 X 1¾" X 3" LG. (COMES WITH NUTS)
2
8
334775
BRACKET, DH5000 INLET PLUMBING SUPPORT
1
9
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2" 37° FLARE BRASS
1
39
Booster Assembly - All Models and Options
23
3
4
5
1
6
2
7
9
10
8
13
22
11
5
8
12
21
20
15
16
18
19
18
40
17
17
14
Booster Assembly - All Mdoels and Options
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
419002
HOSE ASSY. 1/2" ID, X 16" LG. FLARE JIC
1
2
102388
BUSHING, REDUCING, 1/2" NPT X 1/4" NPT BRASS
1
3
114435
THERMISTOR, 10 kΩ, 36" LEAD
1
4
100598
CROSS, 1/2" NPT BRASS
1
5
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2" 37° FLARE BRASS
2
6
100209
NIPPLE, 1/2" NPT X CLOSE BRASS
1
7
102438
ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
1
8
100171
BUSHING, REDUCING FACE 3/4" NPT X 1/2" NPT BRASS
2
9
101261
ELBOW, STREET 1/4" NPT X 90° BRASS
1
10
107065
ADAPTER, 1/4" OD X 1/4" MPT, PLASTIC
1
11
108954
NUT, GRIP, 6-32 W/NYLON INSERT SST
2
12
110562
THERMOSTAT, FIXED, SNAP, 240ºF
1
13
0509042
BOOSTER TANK, WELDED ASSEMBLY
1
14
100210
PLUG, 1/8" NPT SQ. HEAD, SST
1
15
109985
SEAL, ELECTRIC HEATER FLANGE
1
For Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model
16
111233
HEATER, 7.5KW/10KW, 208/240V/60/1PH & 3PH
---
108579
HEATER, 9KW, 480V/60/3PH
1
1
For Condensate Removal Option Model Only
16
111232
HEATER, 10KW, 208/240V/60/1PH & 3PH
---
111234
HEATER, 10KW, 480V/60/3PH
1
1
17
18
19
20
21
106482
100003
107908
111488
109069
WASHER, LOCK 1/4" SPLIT SST
NUT, PLAIN, 1/4-20 SST
COVER, HEATER
JUMPER, STRIP
THERMOSTAT W/CAPILLARY, 110-195ºF
6
6
1
1
1
22
23
107928
0512299
TUBING, 1/4" NATURAL P44
ADAPTER, THERMISTOR
6 FT
1
41
Control Panel Assembly
1
2
3
4
8
9
5
6
10
7
42
Control Panel Assembly
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
0508551
LAMP, GREEN NEON
1
2
114924
SWITCH, ROCKER BLACK, 125VAC
1
3
0512220
SWITCH, ROCKER DPST, 125VAC, NEON
1
4
111100
ELBOW, 1/4" OD X 1/8" NPT FEMALE, PLASTIC
1
5
109812
GAUGE, PRESSURE, 0-60 PSI
1
6
107928
TUBING, 1/4" NATURAL P44
6 FT
7
114603
DECAL, FRONT PANEL, DH5000 (Champion Only)1
---
114603-R
DECAL, FRONT PANEL, DH5000 (Russell Only)
1
8
114489
GAUGE, DIGITAL TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
1
9
114559
SUPPORT, PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
4
10
332956
PANEL, FRONT WELDMENT
1
----
115285
LANYARD, FRONT PANEL (Not Shown)1
---
114508
CABLE ASSY., 4-CONDUCTOR (Not Shown) THERMISTOR TO DISPLAY CONNECT
1
---
114928
HARNESS ASSY., 10-CONDUCTOR (Not Shown)
DISPLAY BOARD MALE HARNESS CONNECTOR
1
43
Control Cabinet and Input Terminal Block Assembly
8
7
6
5
2
4
3
2
2
1
9
12
10
11
13
14
13
13
18
20
19
20
15
17
21
16
23
5
5
24
4
44
22
Control Cabinet and Input Terminal Block Assembly
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
334232
INNER PANEL, CONTROL CABINET
1
2
107964
BUSHING, SNAP 7/8" D-FLAT
3
3
B500355
CONNECTOR, STRAIN RELIEF, CORD
1
4
103310
GROUND LUG
2
5
100095
SCREW, ROUND HEAD, 10-32 X 3/8" SST
10
6
100100
SCREW, ROUND HEAD, 8-32 X 1/4" SST
4
7
114898
TRANSFORMER, 120:24V, 50/60HZ, 20VA
1
8
113314
TIMER, 600 SEC. INT., 110VAC
1
9
100211
SCREW, TRUSS HEAD, 10-32 X 1" SST
1
10
114947
SCREW, 6-32 X 5/8" SLOTTED PAN HEAD, SST
4
11
114470
TIMER BOARD
1
12
111036
SOCKET, RELAY
3
13
111068
RELAY, 2PDT 10A, 120VAC
3
14
114521
END COVER, SINGLE TERMINAL, D-MZB 1.5-NS35
1
15
114520
TERMINAL, SINGLE, MZB 1.5-NS35
4
16
114760
LABEL, DETERGENT/RINSE-AID/VENT FAN
1
17
100294
TERMINAL BLOCK, 6-POLE
1
18
108122
CONTACTOR, 12A, 3-POLE
1
19
111628
STARTER, MTR. OVERLOAD, 208-230V/60/1, 4.0-6.3A
1
---
111628
STARTER, MTR. OVERLOAD, 208-230V/60/3, 4.0-6.3A
1
---
111627
STARTER, MTR. OVERLOAD, 460-480V/60/3, 2.5-4.0A
1
20
111702
CONTACTOR, 50RA, 3-POLE, 120VAC COIL
2
21
112482
FUSE, 3.5A, 600V, TIME DELAY 208-240V/60/1 & 3
2
----
112484
FUSE, 1.5A, 600V, TIME DELAY 460-480V/60/3
2
22
112424
BLOCK, FUSE KIT
1
23
109064
XFRMR, INPUT 250VA, MV:120V
1
24
111833
BLOCK, INPUT TERMINAL. 175A, 3-POLE, 600V
1
---
115285
LANYARD, FRONT PANEL (Not Shown) 1
---
114508
CABLE ASSY., 4-CONDUCTOR (Not Shown) THERMISTOR TO DISPLAY CONNECT
1
---
114927
HARNESS ASSY., 10-CONDUCTOR (Not Shown)
CONTROL CABINET FEMALE HARNESS CONNECTOR
1
---
114928
HARNESS ASSY., 10-CONDUCTOR (Not Shown)
DISPLAY BOARD MALE HARNESS CONNECTOR
1
45
Wash/Rinse Spray Piping - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model
1
3
2
2
4
5
25
6
19
7
9
23
18
20
21
8
14
2
24
10
11
22
13
12
14
See page 50
for spray arms
8
15
21
9
7
5
17
20
16
17
46
19
Wash/Rinse Spray Piping - Standard Model and Direct Vent Option Model
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
100500
BREAKER, VACUUM 1/2" NPT BRONZE
1
--
900836
KIT, REPAIR VACUUM BREAKER 1/2"
A/R
2
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2" 37° FLARE BRASS
3
3
102438
ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
1
4
334741
BRACKET, VACUUM BREAKER PIPING
1
5
100003
HEX PLAIN NUT 1/4-20 SST
10
6
106026
WASHER, FLAT 1/4" SST
8
7
114154
BOLT, CARRIAGE, 1/4-20 X 1/2" SST
8
8419001
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 12" LG. FLARE JIC2
9
105994
CLAMP, HOSE M10 SST GEAR-TYPE
1
10
419015
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 6-1/2" LG. FLARE JIC
1
11
115333
FITTING, RINSE AID SST
1
12
101259
PLUG, 1/8" NPT SQ. HEAD, BRASS
1
13
100209
NIPPLE, 1/2" NPT X CLOSE BRASS
1
14
102514
TEE, 1/2" NPT BRASS
2
15419003
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 46" LG. FLARE JIC
1
16
115159
HOSE, DISCHARGE
1
17
107340
CLAMP, HOUSE M28 SST GEAR-TYPE
2
18
100736
BOLT, HEX HD., 1/4-20 X 3/4" SST
2
19
109864
HUB SUPPORT, WASHARM
2
20
0507445
SPINDLE, WASHARM
2
21
114902
GASKET, STANDPIPE WASH
2
22
334609
MANIFOLD, WELDMENT WASH CENTER
1
23419002
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 16" LG. FLARE JIC1
24
100007
SCREW, 10-32 X 3/8" SST
2
25
107967
NUT GRIP, 1/4-20 W/NYLON INSERT
2
47
Wash/Rinse Spray Piping - Condensate Removal Option Model
1
3
2
2
4
25
5
6
19
7
23
9
8
14
2
24
18
20
21
10
11
22
13
12
14
See page 50
for spray arms
8
15
21
9
7
5
17
20
16
17
48
19
Wash/Rinse Spray Piping - Condensate Removal Option Model
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
100500
BREAKER, VACUUM 1/2" NPT BRONZE
1
--
900836
KIT, REPAIR VACUUM BREAKER 1/2"
A/R
2
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2" 37° FLARE BRASS
2
3
102438
ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
1
4
334681
BRACKET, PIPING SUPPORT, VACUUM BREAKER
1
5
100003
HEX PLAIN NUT 1/4-20 SST
10
6
106026
WASHER, FLAT 1/4" SST
8
7
114154
BOLT, CARRIAGE, 1/4-20 X 1/2" SST
8
8
419001
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 12" LG. FLARE JIC
2
9
105994
CLAMP, HOSE M10 SST GEAR-TYPE
1
10
419015
HOSE ASSY, 1/2" ID X 6-1/2" LG. FLARE JIC
1
11
115333
FITTING, RINSE AID SST
1
12
101259
PLUG, 1/8" NPT SQ. HEAD, BRASS
1
13
100209
NIPPLE, 1/2" NPT X CLOSE BRASS
1
14
102514
TEE, 1/2" NPT BRASS
2
15419003
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 46" LG. FLARE JIC
1
16
115159
HOSE, DISCHARGE
1
17
107340
CLAMP, HOUSE M28 SST GEAR-TYPE
2
18
100736
BOLT, HEX HD., 1/4-20 X 3/4" SST
2
19
109864
HUB SUPPORT, WASHARM
2
20
0507445
SPINDLE, WASHARM
2
21
114902
GASKET, STANDPIPE WASH
2
22
334609
MANIFOLD, WELDMENT WASH CENTER
1
23
419005
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 36" LG. FLARE JIC
1
24
100007
SCREW, 10-32 X 3/8" SST
2
25
107967
NUT GRIP, 1/4-20 W/NYLON INSERT
2
49
Wash and Rinse Spray Arm Assemblies
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
7
5
7
6
4
8
2
1
50
Wash and Rinse Spray Arm Assemblies
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
207096
WASHARM, BEARING
2
2
114858
WASHARM, WELDMENT
2
3
0507443
SPINDLE, RINSE ARM
2
4
114556
NUT, SPINDLE
2
5
114943
RINSE ARM, TRI-ARM WELDMENT
2
6
114861
ENDCAP, HEADLESS, 7/16-20 SST
6
7
113514
BEARING, RINSE ARM
4
8
109835
SCREW, #8 X 1/2" SELF-TAPPING PAN HEAD, PHILLIPS
4
---
900953
RINSE ARM ASSEMBLY
2
(includes items 5 and 7) (Does not include Item 6)
---
WASH ARM ASSEMBLY, COMPLETE
900954
2
(includes items 1, 2, and 8)
51
Wash Tank Heat, Drain, Screens, and Hoses
3
2
5
1
4
6
7
18
40
39
11 9
10
25
8
18
23
23
24
18
22
16
20
21
12
13
14
17
See heater
detail below
16
19
15
33
36
18
37
27
12
29
30
35
36
26
27
38
28
Heater Detail
52
31
32
34
35
Thermostat Detail
Wash Tank Heat, Drain, Screens, and Hoses
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
109034
GASKET, 1/2" PLUG
1
2
108417
NUT, 1/2" NPT PLASTIC
1
3
108418
PLUG, 1/2" NPT PLASTIC
1
4
114386
WASHER, RUBBER 13/16" X 1-1/4" X 1/8"
1
5
333021
SCREEN, PUMP SUCTION
1
6
332544
SUPPORT, FILLER SCREEN
1
7
305164
SCREEN, SCRAP
2
8
111092
SWITCH, FLOAT
1
9
107089
NUT, JAM, 1/2-13
1
10
104882
WASHER, FLAT
2
11
107589
WASHER, LOCK, 1/2" SPLIT SST
1
12
114178
ELEMENT, HEATER 5.2 kW, 208-240-380/60/1-3, 90º
1
---
114179
ELEMENT, HEATER 5.2 kW, 480/60/3, 90º
1
13
201029
LOCKNUT, 1/2" NPT NP
2
14
201041
WASHER, SPACER 7/8"X 1-3/16" X 1/8"
2
15
114471
VALVE, DRAIN, ELECTRIC W/COVER
1
16
104165
CLAMP, HOSE M40 SST W/CS SCREW
2
17
205990
HOSE, DRAIN 2" ID X 1-9/16" LG.
1
18
107340
CLAMP, HOSE M28 SST W/CS SCREW
4
19
114472
HOSE, OVERFLOW, 90º
1
20
107967
NUT, GRIP 1/4-20 SST W/NYLON INSERT 1
21
106026
WASHER, FLAT 1/4-20 SST
1
22
304816
STRAINER, DRAIN, 6" DIA.
1
23
104203
CLAMP, HOSE M52 SST W/CS SCREW
2
24
114467
HOSE, SUCTION
1
25
115159
HOSE, DISCHARGE
1
26
100740
BOLT, HEX 5/16-18 X 1" SST
4
27
102376
WASHER, FLAT 5/16" SST
4
28
108345
GASKET, ELEMENT, 3" X 3" X 1/8" X 2" HOLE
1
29
106013
WASHER, LOCK SPLIT, 5/16" SST
4
30
100154
NUT, PLAIN, 5/16-18 SST
4
31
111488
JUMPER, STRIP (spare for conversion)3
32
100097
SCREW, TRUSS HD., 10-32 X 1/2" SST
6
33
107966
NUT, GRIP, 10-32 X 1/2" SST
6
34
322076
BRACKET, DUAL THERMOSTAT MOUNTING
3
35
113271
SUPPRESSOR, ARC, .01µF, 47Ω
2
36
109069
THERMOSTAT, CONTROL 110-195ºF
2
37
110561
THERMOSTAT, FIXED HI-LIMIT 240ºF, (WASH TANK)
1
38
334231
BRACKET, SUPPORT THERMOSTAT
1
39
113721
SAFETY SWITCH, REED
1
40
108954
NUT, GRIP, 6-32 SST W/NYLON INSERT
2
---
113937
MAGNET, SAFETY SWITCH (NOT SHOWN)
1
53
Track and Panel Assemblies
2
Beginning with
S/N D130610931
2
7
5
9
10
1
4
10
3
6
8
1
1
3
2
4
6
Prior to
S/N D130610931
5
11
7
10
9
8
15
12
14
All S/N’s
13
13
54
Track and Panel Assemblies
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
PRIOR TO S/N D130610931:
1
100754
SCREW, FLAT HD., 10-32 X 1/2" SST
2
2
332025
TUBE, CROSS TRACK
1
3
332021
TRACK, REAR
1
4
106486
WASHER, LOCK #10 SPLIT, SST
2
5
104985
NUT, PLAIN, 10-32 SST
2
6
332023
TRACK, RAIL ADJUST
1
7
332022
TRACK, FRONT
1
8
100214
SCREW, TRUSS HD., 1/4-20 X 3/4" SST
6
9
106482
WASHER, LOCK 1/4" SPLIT SST
6
10
100003
NUT, PLAIN 1/4-20 SST
6
11
332024
TRACK, CROSS BAFFLE
2
BEGINNING WITH S/N D130610931 AND ABOVE:
1
100003
NUT, HEX PLAIN 1/4-20 SST
2
2
100073
SCREW, TRUSS HEAD, 1/4-20 X 1/2" SST
2
3
100194
HEX GRIP NUT, 10-32 SST
8
4
100754
SCREW, FLAT HEAD 10-32 X 1/2" SST
8
5
106482
WASHER, LOCK 1/4 SPLIT, SST
2
6
107033
WASHER, FLAT
8
7
332023
TRACK, RAIL ADJUST
1
8
335434
TRACK, FRONT
1
9
335435
TRACK, REAR
1
10
335436
TUBE, SUPPORT TRACK
2
ALL SERIAL NUMBERS:
12
334843
PANEL, SIDE LH
1
13
104923
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/8" ROUND HEAD SST
6
14
332956
PANEL, FRONT WELDMENT
1
15
334665
PANEL, SIDE RH
1
-----
115285
LANYARD, FRONT PANEL (Not Shown)
1
55
Hood and Hood Handle Assemblies
1
2
6
7
4
3
5
8
9
12
11
10
13
14
6
5
15
17
16
10
18
19
20
18
56
Hood and Hood Handle Assemblies
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
334147
HANDLE, HOOD
1
2
107397
BLOCK, SPRING HOOK
4
3
114865
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1" FLAT WIDE HEAD
4
4
107399
SUPPORT, PIVOT BLOCK
2
5
106026
WASHER, FLAT 1/4" SST
12
6
100003
NUT, PLAIN 1/4-20 SST
12
7
107437
BOLT, M6 X 45MM HEX HEAD
4
8
H191014
BLOCK, UPPER PIVOT DOOR HANDLE
2
9
H191013
BLOCK, LOWER PIVOT DOOR HANDLE
2
10
107436
SCREW, M6 X 16MM, FILLISTER HEAD
6
11
107420
NUT, PLAIN M6 SST
4
12
107393
PIN, PIVOT
2
13
108066
SPRING, EXTENSION
4
14
112723
BOLT, HEX HEAD, 5/16-18 X 15" SST
4
15
334216
HOOD, WELDMENT
1
16
107398-1
BLOCK, DOOR LIFT 2
17
107398-2
ROLLER, DOOR LIFT BLOCK
2
18
108954
NUT, GRIP, 6-32 SST W/NYLON INSERT
4
19
113937
MAGNET, SAFETY SWITCH
1
20
113721
SWITCH, REED SAFETY
1
57
Back Support and Hood Guide Assembly
1
2
11
12
10
3
2
4
10
5
9
6
8
7
58
Back Support and Hood Guide Assembly
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
334154
COVER, TOP BACK SUPPORT
1
2
100073
SCREW, TRUSS HEAD, 1/4-20 X 1/2" SST
14
3
114866
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1-1/2" FILLISTER HEAD SST
14
4
334227
DEFLECTOR, EXHAUST
1
5
114884
GUIDE, HOOD
2
6
100003
NUT, PLAIN 1/4-20 SST
4
7
334139
BRACKET, SPRING MOUNT
1
8
114154
BOLT, CARRIAGE 1/4-20 X 1/2" SST
10
9
334148
SUPPORT WELDMENT, BACK
1
10
334272
BRACKET STOP, HANDLE
2
11
114904
GASKET, EXHAUST DUCT
1
12
334271
DUCT, EXHAUST WELDMENT
1
59
Condensate Removal Option and Direct Vent Option - Electrical Control Box
4
1
3
5
6
Machine
Mount
7
2
15
Wall Mount
15
8
9
FC
CLR
10 11
TR
12 13
LR
LOAD
LOAD
MIN
INPUT
MAX
MIN
MAX
60
INPUT
FT
14
CLT
Condensate Removal Option and Direct Vent Option - Electrical Control Box
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
334463
BRACKET, ENCLOSURE MOUNT (MACHINE MOUNT)
1
2
100779
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 5/8" TRUSS HEAD SST
4
3
106026
WASHER, FLAT 1/4" SST
4
4
106482
WASHER, SPLIT LOCK 1/4" SST
4
5
100003
NUT, PLAIN 1/4-20 SST
4
6
114973
ENCLOSURE 11" X 7.5" X 4"
1
7
114974
PANEL, INNER
1
8
100212
SCREW, 10-32 X 3/4" TRUSS HEAD SST
4
9
108122
CONTACTOR, 12A
1
10
111068
RELAY, 2PDT, 120VAC 3A
2
----
115286
CLIP, HOLD-DOWN (NOT SHOWN)
2
11
111036
SOCKET, RELAY
2
12
114980
RELAY, LATCH DPDT, 120VAC 3A
1
-----
115194
CLIP, HOLD-DOWN, LATCH RELAY (NOT SHOWN)
1
13
114645
SOCKET, RELAY
1
14
114981
TIMER, INTERVAL, ADJUSTABLE 1-90 SEC., 120VAC
2
15
334473
BRACKET, ENCLOSURE MOUNT (WALL MOUNT)
2
61
Direct Vent Option - Shroud and Exhaust Fan
6
The Optional Champion
Supplied Vent Fan
is Sold Separately
AIRFLOW
1
2
3
4
5
62
Direct Vent Option - Shroud and Exhaust Fan
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
106481
NUT, ACORN PLAIN NUT, 10-32 SST
5
2
207116
RING, ANGLE 4" DUCT DIAMETER W/HOLES
1
3
334448
DIRECT VENT SHROUD WELDMENT
1
4
334451
DIRECT VENT SHROUD ENCLOSURE
1
5
100073
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1/2" TRUSS HEAD, SST
4
6
114949
FAN, INLINE EXHAUST DUCT 6" ROUND, 120VAC
A/R
63
Condensate Removal Option - Shroud, Fan, and Coil
3
9
18
6
10
5
16
17
14
4
9
10
9
13
15
12
11
10
1
2
8
Cold Water
Supply In
7
From Booster
To Line Strainer
10
To Rinse
Arms
20
64
21
22
23
24
Rinse Aid
In
19
Condensate Removal Option - Shroud, Fan, and Coil
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
100171
BUSHING, REDUCER FACE 3/4" X 1/2" BRASS
1
2
419007
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 70" LG. FLARE JIC
1
3
100500
BREAKER, VACUUM 1/2" BRONZE
1
--
900836
KIT, REPAIR 1/2" VACUUM BREAKER
A/R
4
114931
COIL ASSEMBLY
1
5
115438
FAN, 85 CFM AXIAL, 85-265VAC
2
6
114988
SCREW, FILLISTER HEAD, 8-32 X 2" SST
8
7
419006
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 50" LG. FLARE JIC
1
8
115026
COUPLING, BULKHEAD, 3/4" NPT BRASS
1
9102438 ELBOW, STREET 1/2" NPT X 90° BRASS
2
10
115101
CONNECTOR, MALE 1/2" NPT X 1/2", 37° FLARE, JIC BRASS
4
11
419004
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 9¼" LG. FLARE JIC
1
12
419005
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 36" LG. FLARE JIC
1
13
334314
PANEL, REAR CONDENSATE REMOVAL 1
14
334475
SHROUD, COIL
1
15
334476
PAN, COIL DRAIN WELDMENT
1
16
334552
PLENUM TOP, COIL
1
17
334680
BOX WELDMENT, CONDENSATE REMOVAL
1
18
334681
BRACKET, PIPING SUPPORT, VACUUM BREAKER
1
19
100007
SCREW, 10-32 X 3/8" SST
2
20
419015
HOSE ASSY., 1/2" ID X 6-1/2" LG. FLARE JIC
1
21
102514
TEE, 1/2" NPT BRASS
1
22
100209
NIPPLE, 1/2" NPT X CLOSE, BRASS
1
23
115333
FITTING, RINSE AID SST
1
24
101259
PLUG, 1/8" NPT SQ. HEAD, BRASS
1
65
Drain Water Tempering Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
7
15
3
6
5
8
14
66
11 10
12 13
9
Drain Water Tempering Assembly
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
107564
SCREW, 6-32" X 1" TRUSS HD. SST
1
2
114662
TIMER, INFITEC 30 SECONDS
1
3
107340
CLAMP, HOSE M28 SST, GEAR-TYPE
2
4
333280
TEE, WELDMENT 1-3/8" X 1/2" BARB X 1-3/8"
1
5
105994
CLAMP, HOSE M10 SST GEAR-TYPE
2
6
107417
1/2" I.D. RUBBER, REINFORCED
5 FT.
7
107419
BARB, HOSE ST. 1/2" NPT X 1/2" HOSE BRASS
1
8
110551
PREVENTER, BACKFLOW 1/2" NPT BRASS
1
9
100209
NIPPLE, 1/2" NPT CLOSE BRASS
1
10
100734
BOLT, HEX HD. 1/4-20 X 1/2" SST
2
11
106026
WASHER, FLAT 1/4" SST
2
12
106482
WASHER, LOCK SPLIT 1/4" SST
2
13
100003
NUT, PLAIN 1/4-20 SST
2
14
0312146
BRACKET, VALVE FWR
1
15
109886
VALVE, SOLENOID 1/2" 120VAC COIL
1
---
109902
KIT, REPAIR 1/2" SOLENOID VALVE
A/R
---
108516
COIL, 120VAC 1/2" SOLENOID VALVE
A/R 67
Hot Water Coil Heat Assembly
1
18
19
16
17
15
17
20
2
5
3
4
9
14
10
26
17
6
7
2
8
13
3
11
9
22
21
12
17
23
31
23
25
68
29
14
27
26
25
24
17
30
28
29
Hot Water Coil Heat Assembly
ItemPart
No.No.
1
334640
Description
COIL, HOT WATER
Qty.
1
2109303 GASKET
1
3
100585
LOCKNUT, 1" NPT BRASS
2
4
100461
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 1-1/4" LG. BRASS
1
5
107418
TEE, REDUCING, 3/4" NPT X 3/4" NPT X 1/4" NPT BRASS
1
6
112437
VALVE, NEEDLE
1
7
107065
ADAPTER, 1/4" OD X 1/4" MPT PLASTIC
1
8
107928
TUBING, 1/4"
4 FT.
9
102444
ELBOW, STREET 3/4" NPT X 90° BRASS
2
10
102662
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 6-1/2" LG. BRASS
1
11
100571
UNION, 3/4" NPT BRASS
1
12
100208
NIPPLE, RTOE 3/4" NPT X 1-3/4" LG. BRASS
1
13
102683
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 13-1/2" LG. BRASS
1
14
102442
ELBOW, 3/4" NPT X 90° BRASS
3
15
102676
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 10-1/2" LG. BRASS
1
16
107550
VALVE, PRESSURE REGULATING, 3/4" NPT BRASS
1
17
100184
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X CLOSE BRASS
4
18
104681
SILENCER, 1/2" NPT
19
111437
VALVE, SOLENOID 3/4" NPT HW
1
----
114839
KIT, REPAIR VALVE, 3/4" HW
A/R
----
111472
COIL, SOLENOID, 3/4" 120VAC
A/R
20
102526
TEE, REDUCER 3/4" NPT X 3/4" NPT X 1/2" NPT
1
21
100571
UNION 3/4" NPT BRASS
2
22
102658
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 5-1/2" LG. BRASS
1
23
102521
TEE, 3/4" NPT X BRASS
1
24
102396
BUSHING, REDUCING, 1" NPT X 3/4" NPT BRASS
2
25
111860-1
FLANGE, GRUNDFOSS PUMP
2
26
111860-2
GASKET, FLANGE GRUNDFOSS PUMP
2
27
111854
PUMP, GRUNDFOSS HW RECIRCULATOR BRONZE
1
28
100853
VALVE, CHECK 3/4" NPT BRONZE
1
29
102657
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 3-1/2" LG. BRASS
2
30
102489
NIPPLE, 3/4" NPT X 2-1/2" LG. BRASS
1
31
106911
UNION, ELBOW 3/4" NPT FEMALE BRASS
1
69
Dish Racks, Line Strainer, PRV
1
2
4
3
70
Dish Racks, Line Strainer, PRV
ItemPart
No.No.
Description
Qty.
1
101273
DISH RACK, FLAT-BOTTOM
A/R
2
101285
DISH RACK, PEG
A/R
3
110768
STRAINER, LINE 3/4" NPT BRASS
1
4
107550
VALVE, PRESSURE. REGULATING 3/4" NPT
1
71
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
! WARNING !
THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW ARE FOR AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIANS TRAINED IN THE
REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF CHAMPION DISHWASHERS.
PERSONS OTHER THAN THOSE AUTHORIZED BY CHAMPION WHO
ATTEMPT THE PROCEDURES BELOW WILL VOID ALL MACHINE AND PARTS
WARRANTIES.
Dishwasher Control Panel Temperature Displays
The dishwasher control panel is located on the lower panel of the dishwasher
and features two digital temperature displays.
POWER
WASH
ON
STANDARD
CYCLE
OFF/DRAIN
EXTENDED
Digital Temperature Displays
WASH
150°F
RINSE
180°F
Temperature Display Operation
The temperature display consists of 2 parts: three alpa-numeric LED's and a
semi-circular segmented LED bar. The LED bar changes color from yellow to green
in a left-to-right direction as temperature increases.
A display is operating correctly when the LED's indicate the temperature being measured and the bar turns
green when the minimum required temperature is reached.
L
Y EL
EN
72
RE
Three Alphanumeric LED's
W
G
O
LED bar changes color
from yellow to green
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Display Operation Check
Check the operation of the display before adjusting the temperature displays.
To check the display operation:
1. Push the dishwasher power switch UP to the ON position. If the dishwasher is already ON,
then push the power switch DOWN to the OFF/DRAIN position, wait 10 minutes for
the machine to drain and then push the power switch up to the ON position.
2. Observe the displays on initial power up.
3. The individual segments in the Alpa-numric LEDs illuminate in a clockwise rotation.
4. All segments of the Alphanumeric LEDs illuminate to display 8's.
5. The segments in the semi-circular bars illuminate in a clockwise rotation.
6. The displays switch to normal operation and begin to display temperature.
Adjusting the Temperature Displays
WARNING:
Electrocution or serious injury may result when working on an
energized circuit.
Disconnect power at the main breaker or service disconnect switch
before working on the circuit.
Lock-out and tag the breaker to indicate that work is being
performed on the circuit.
To adjust the displays:
1. Turn the dishwasher power off.
2. Disconnect power to the machine at the
main disconnect switch.
3. Remove the front panel and position it
to the left as shown in the photo so the
back of the display is accessible.
4. Push the dishwasher power switch UP to the
ON position.
(continued on next page)
Remove front panel in order to access
the back of the display board
73
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Temperature Display Adjustment - For Service Technicians Only (continued)
Adjusting the Temperature Displays (continued)
5. There are two displays on the front of the display board. The left displays the wash tank
temperature the right displays the final rinse water temperature.
Front View of Temperature Display Board
Wash Display
Rinse Display
6. The rear of the display board contains the adjustment buttons and the display board
connectors. The adjustment buttons are TEST A, TEST B, CHECK and RESET.
7. There is a temperature selector switch to change the display units for ºF or ºC.
Test B
Test A
SW5
Thermister
Connector
Check
Button
Rinse Switch
Connector
SW4
C
P/N 114489
Revision 1
Units
F
SW1
Reset
Rear View of Temperature Display Board
74
24VAC
Neutral
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Temperature Display Adjustment - For Service Technicians Only (continued)
Adjusting the Temperature Displays (continued)
Checking Display Set-points
1. The set-point determines the way the semi-circular bar displays temperature. For example,
if the set-point is 70ºF/21ºC, then the bar will indicate yellow beginning at zero up to 70
and change to green from 70 and beyond.
2. There are six set-point values: 70, 120, 150, 160, 165 and 180ºF or 21, 49, 65, 71, 74
and 82ºC depending on the position of the ºF/ºC unit selector switch.
3. Locate the CHECK button on the rear of the display board. It is located in the top center
of the board.
4. Push and hold the CHECK button while observing the front of the display board. The
wash display flashes its current set-point while the rinse display is blank.
5. Release the CHECK button and both displays indicate actual temperatures.
6. Push and Hold the CHECK button, the wash display flashes its set-point and the rinse is
blank. Continue to hold the CHECK button and the wash display blanks out and the rinse
display flashes its set-point.
7. Release the CHECK button and the displays indicate actual temperatures.
Changing Display Set-points
1. Push and hold the CHECK button while observing the front of the display board.
As soon as the wash display flashes its current set-point, (70 in the example below),
70
Wash Display
immediately release the CHECK button when 70 flashes; push the CHECK button
again— 120 is displayed.
2. Push and release the CHECK button again and 150 is displayed. Push and release
advances the set-point displayed from 70-180.
3. If the desired set-point is 150 and the current set-point is 70, then you would push and
release the CHECK button two times until 150 is displayed.
4. When 150 is displayed hold the CHECK button. 150 will flash indicating that the new
set-point value of 150 is set.
5. If you go past the desired set-point, then start over. There is a certain amount of timing
and coordination between pushing the CHECK button and observing the display for the
desired set-point. Repeat steps 1-5 until the desired set-point is entered.
75
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Temperature Display Adjustment - For Service Technicians Only (continued)
Adjusting the Temperature Displays (continued)
Changing Display Set-points (continued)
6. In order to change the set-point of the rinse display, push and hold the CHECK
button until the wash display flashes.
7. Continue to hold the CHECK button until the rinse display flashes and displays
the current set-point then push and release the CHECK button to advance the
set-point display.
8. When the desired set-point is displayed hold the CHECK button. The rinse display will
flash indicating the set-point has been set.
9. The set-points for both displays are now complete.
Verifying the Alphanumeric Display
! ATTENTION !
The Temperature Display Board does not control the operation of the wash tank heater
nor the booster tank heater.
The following procedure only verifies that the alphanumeric display is operating within the
design parameters of the circuit board; it does not calibrate the circuit board.
1. Turn the dishwasher power off.
2. Disconnect power to the machine at the main disconnect switch.
3. Remove the front panel and position it to the left as shown in the photo on page 53 so
the back of the display is accessible.
4. Disconnect the thermistor cable located at the top center of the display board.
5. Disconnect one wire from the rinse switch connector; it does not matter which one.
6. Push the dishwasher power switch UP to the ON position. The machine will fill.
EEE
"EEE" indicates the thermistor plug was not
disconnected before verification procedure.
(continued on next page)
76
Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Temperature Display Adjustment - For Service Technicians Only (continued)
Verifying the Alphanumeric Display (continued)
7. If the temperature displays display "EEE" this indicates that the thermistor plug was not
disconnected. STOP and review steps 1-5 above.
8. Push and hold the CHECK button and the RESET at the same time.
9. Release the RESET button.
10.Release the CHECK button. Both displays flash "CAL"; the semi-circular bars are blank.
CAL
"CAL" indicates the temperature display
board is verifying its internal operation.
11.Push and hold the TEST A button. The wash display should indicate "160".
12.Release the TEST A button. The wash display should indicate "E".
13.Push the RESET button to complete the verification of the wash display.
14.Repeat steps 8-10 and then push and hold the TEST B button.
The rinse display should indicate "160".
15.Release the TEST B button. The rinse display should indicate "E".
16.Push the RESET button to complete the verification of the rinse display.
E
"E" after "CAL" is displayed to indicate
the verification is complete.
17.The verification procedures are complete.
18.Turn the dishwasher power switch OFF, turn the main disconnect circuit breaker off,
reconnect the thermistor plug and the rinse switch connector wire.
19.Replace the front panel and return the dishwasher to normal operation.
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Temperature Display Adjustment - (For Service Technicians Only)
Display Codes and Definitions
The illustrations below show the codes that may appear on the temperature displays.
START-UP
ERROR
Number and bar LEDs cycle:
1. This is the Display segment test
when the dishwasher power
is turned ON.
Check for defective LED
segments during the test.
E
E displayed and bar is blank:
1. Thermister is open or shorted.
Troubleshoot the thermister
circuit connected to the display.
OPERATION
Numbers and bar are blank:
1. Main power or dishwasher OFF.
2. Tank temp. below 70°F/21°C.
Turn power OFF, then ON to check
display segments.
HHH
125
ALL Digital Displays
Numbers indicate between 70-209°F
or 21-99°C; and the bar is illuminated
left-to-right, from yellow to green:
1. Normal display operation.
2. Displaying temperature.
NOTE:
The final rinse display may indicate a temperature
less than a minimum of 180°F/82°C during
the wash cycle. This is normal, but during the
final rinse cycle (when the pressure gauge indicates
a flowing pressure of 20-22 PSI), the final rinse
temperature display will read between
180-195°F/82-91°C.
HHH displayed and entire the bar is lit:
1. The temperature in the tank has
exceeded 210°F/99°C.
Reset the hi-limit thermostat, then
adjust or replace the temperature
control thermostat.
VERIFICATION
1
2
C AL
CAL displayed and bar is blank:
1. Display is in the verification
mode.
Press the RESET button
on the display board to exit mode.
1 6 0
160 displayed and bar is blank:
1. Display verification in process.
The meter should flash “E”
when the TEST button
is released.
3
78
E E E
EEE displayed and bar is blank:
1. Display is in the verification
mode but the thermister
was not unplugged
prior to verification.
4
E
E flashes and bar is blank.
1. Verification operation is complete
for the display.
Press the RESET button
on the display board to exit mode.
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Model DH5000 Direct Vent Option Description
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The direct vent shroud must be installed before the dishwasher is permanently placed
and before the utilities are connected.
A DIRECT VENT FAN MUST BE INSTALLED TO EXHAUST AIR TO THE OUTSIDE.
The direct vent option is a stainless steel vent shroud (approximate weight 26 lbs/22 kg) and
a 120VAC/60/1 vent fan supplied by the factory or an alternate fan supplied by others. The
electrical connections for the vent fan are located in the direct vent electrical control box.
A
22 "
~ [559]
Direct Vent
2. The direct vent shroud must be
installed before the dishwasher
is permanently placed and before
connecting the utilities.
78 83 "
[1901]
Direct Vent
Mounted
1. The direct vent shroud is mounted on
the top rear of the dishwasher using (4)
1/4-20 x 1/2" SST truss head screws.
(See Figure A).
~
60 81 "
[1526]
Machine
Height
3. The installation of the direct vent fan
and duct work should be installed by
qualified personnel.
4. The dishwasher vent connection is a
round 4"[102mm] I.D. duct fitting.
13"
[330]
B
2-3/8"
[60]
Machine
Mounted
Direct
Vent Fan
Control Box
5. The vent system must supply
250 CFM at 1/4" static pressure.
6. The dishwasher should be positioned in
a manner whcih allows the dish tables
and the machine to align for the proper
loading and unloading of the dish racks.
(See Figure B).
4"
[102]
I.D.
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P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
C
Installing the Direct Vent Shroud
1. Remove the direct vent shroud from its
shipping container.
2. Refer to Figure C and note that the vent
shroud has a front flange (Ca)
and a rear extension (Cb) that interlock
with the dishwasher vent opening.
3. Make sure (Ca) and (Cb) are properly
connected to the dishwasher when the
direct vent shroud is installed.
Cb
Ca
Ca
Cb
4. Two persons are needed
to install the vent shroud on
the dishwasher. (See Figure D).
5. Remove the (4) 1/4-20 x 1/2"
truss head vent shroud mounting
screws from the dishwasher hood.
6. Lift the vent shroud over the rear of the
dishwasher and carefully lower it into
position making sure that (Ca)
and (Cb) connect the shroud to the
dishwasher.
7. Reinstall the mounting screws.
80
D
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
! ATTENTION !
Refer to Page 84-88 for the instructions to install a direct vent fan NOT supplied by Champion.
Installing the Optional Champion Supplied Vent Fan
E
Optional Champion
Supplied
Vent Fan
250CFM@1/4" S.P.
120VAC/60/1
AIRFLOW
6" to 4"
Duct Reducer
(Supplied by others)
1. By request, Champion can supply
a 250 CFM, 120VAC vent fan suitable
for installation as part of the direct
vent option.
2. Duct work, duct reducer associated
fasteners, and connectors must be
supplied by others.
3. The installation of a 6" to 4" duct
reducer is highly recommended as
shown in Figure E.
! ATTENTION !
The vent installation must
be performed by qualified
personnel in accordance with
all local codes and regulations.
Optional
Champion
Vent Fan
Shown
F
Vent Duct
(by others)
Duct Reducer
(by others)
Direct Vent Shroud
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The direct vent fan must not exhaust into a wall, ceiling,
crawl space, or any other concealed space of the building
nor a gas vent or any other common vent.
The direct vent fan must exhaust to the outside of the
building through a separate vent duct.
4. Figure F illustrates a typical installation
utilizing the optional Champion vent fan.
5. Note the orientation of the vent fan.
This is the preferred orientation to
eliminate moisture from collecting
in the vent fan housing.
6. The length of duct and the location
of the vent fan must conform to
local codes and regulations.
81
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
! ATTENTION !
The Direct Vent Fan Control box can be wall-mounted using a Wall Mount Kit, P/N 900958.
See the last page of this manual for further instructions.
Installing the Direct Vent Fan Electrical Control Box on the left-hand side
of the DH5000
The Direct Vent Fan Electrical Control Box is shipped
prewired to the dishwasher and stowed in the left rear
corner of the machine. Mounting holes and fasteners
are provided to mount the control box on the left side
of the machine. A 12 ft. [3.7m] vent fan cable is
prewired to the control box. (See Figure G).
G
To Install the Electrical Control Box:
CONTROL
BOX
1. The electrical control box must be installed
before the dishwasher is permanently
placed and before the dishwasher tables
are connected to the dishwasher.
VENT FAN
CABLE
2. Refer to Figure G at right. The photo
shows the electrical control box mounted
on the left side of the dishwasher
approximately 46" [1.2 m] above the
finished floor.
3. Note the 12 ft. [3.7 m] vent fan power
cable for the Champion supplied vent fan
has been prewired to the control box.
This cable is provided to connect 120VAC
power to the vent fan.
H
4. Refer to Figure H at right. The photo
shows the storage location for the
electrical control box during shipping.
5. Carefully lift the control box and mounting
bracket assembly from the rear of the
dishwasher and place it on the floor on
the left-hand side of the machine.
6. Locate the (4) 1/4-20 x 1/2" Hex Head
CONTROL
BOX
82
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
! ATTENTION !
The Direct Vent Fan Control box can be wall-mounted using a
Wall Mount Kit, P/N 900958.
See the last page of this manual for further instructions.
Installing the Direct Vent Fan Electrical Control Box on the left-hand side
of the DH5000 (continued)
I
bolts on the upper left rear side of
the dishwasher directly below the
handle bracket.
(See Figure I).
7. Remove these bolts and set aside.
8. Carefully lift the electrical control
box and mounting bracket assembly
in place, align the mounting holes
and reinstall the
mounting bolts removed in Step 6
above. (See Figure J below).
1/4-20
MOUNTING
BOLTS
J
9. Refer to Figure G on the previous
page and note that a 12 ft. [3.7 m]
vent fan cable has been prewired
to the control box for the 120VAC
Champion supplied vent fan.
Route this cable from the control box
to the vent fan in accordance with
all local codes and regulations to
complete the installation.
MOUNTING
BRACKET
Electrical Connections For the
Optional Champion
Supplied Vent Fan on Next Page.
83
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Electrical Connections for the Optional Direct Vent Fan
(Supplied By Champion)
WARNING:
Electrocution or serious injury may result when working
on an energized circuit.
Disconnect power at the main breaker or service
disconnect switch before working on the circuit.
Lock-out and tag the breaker to indicate that work is
being performed on the circuit.
! IMPORTANT !
Terminal
Block
Electrical installation must be performed by
qualified personnel in accordance with
all local codes and regulations or in the absence
of local codes then the National Electrical Code.
DO NOT CONNECT POWER
UNTIL THE FAN IS COMPLETELY INSTALLED.
1. The Champion supplied vent fan is
120VAC/50-60/1.
L
2. Incoming power is connected to the vent
fan terminal block located in the vent
fan junction box on the side of the vent
fan assembly. (See Figure L).
3. Grounding of the vent fan is not
required because the fan motor is
isolated within the vent fan plastic
housing.
4. Connect the 120VAC power supply
to the vent fan terminal block.
(See Figure M).
5. If the 12 ft. [3.7 m] vent fan cable
supplied with the direct vent fan
control box is not long enough for the
installation, the installer may replace
the cable with a longer cord of the
same electrical specifications.
6. Refer to Figure N on the next
page for the direct vent fan control box
cable wiring diagram.
84
Champion Vent Fan Terminal Block
120VAC/50-60/1
L1
Blue
L2
Black
Brown
M
Capacitor
Champion Vent Fan Terminal Block
Wiring Diagram
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Electrical Connections for the Optional Direct Vent Fan
(Supplied By Champion)
The wiring diagram in Figure N below illustrates the cable wire connections for
the vent fan electrical control box wired for the optional direct vent fan supplied by
Champion.
N
FAN MOTOR-BLK
FC
FAN MOTOR-WHT
WHITE #2
CLR
BLK/WHT #55
TR
RED #19
LR
ORANGE #5
BLUE #10
BLACK #4
LOAD
LOAD
MIN
INPUT
MAX
MIN
MAX
From Dishwasher
INPUT
FT
CLT
To Optional Vent Fan
(supplied by Champion)
85
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Installing a Direct Vent Fan (Supplied By Others)
The direct vent option requires an exhaust vent fan capable of supplying 250CFM at 1/4" S.P.
at the dishwasher. Refer to Figure A below for the recommended configuration of the vent
duct at the dishwasher.
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The direct vent fan must not exhaust into a wall, ceiling, crawl space, or any other concealed space
of a building nor a gas vent or any other common vent.
The direct vent fan must exhaust to the outside of the building.
! ATTENTION !
The vent installation must be performed by qualified
personnel in accordance with all local codes and regulations.
A
To
Vent Fan
(by others)
Vent Duct
(by others)
Duct Reducer
(by others)
Direct Vent Shroud
86
1. The exhaust vent fan supplied by others
must supply 250 CFM at 1/4" S.P.
suitable for installation as part of the
direct vent option.
2. Duct work, duct reducer associated
fasteners, and connectors must be
supplied by others.
3. The installation of a 6" to 4" duct
reducer is highly recommended as
shown in Figure A at left.
4. The length of duct and the location
of the vent fan must conform to
local codes and regulations.
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Electrical Connections for a Direct Vent Fan (Supplied By Others)
! IMPORTANT !
Electrical installation must be performed by qualified personnel in accordance with all local codes
and regulations or in the absence of local codes then in accordance with the National Electrical
Code or the Canadian Electrical Code.
DO NOT CONNECT POWER UNTIL THE FAN IS COMPLETELY INSTALLED.
Direct Vent Control Box:
B
1. Electrical connections for a direct vent
fan (supplied by others) are made in the
Direct Vent Control box, (See Figure B
at right), which was shipped with the
dishwasher and stowed in the rear of
the machine.
Water-tight
Direct Vent
Option
Control Box
2. The control box can be mounted on the
left-side of the machine (See page 81,
Figures I & J) or wall-mounted using
P/N 900958, Model DH5000 Control
Box Wall Mount Kit. The wall-mount kit
is sold separately.
Cable Connections:
1. Refer to Figure B at right.
2. Remove the control box water-tight cover.
3. An interconnect control cable between
the dishwasher and the control box is
prewired at the factory.
DO NOT CUT NOR DISCONNECT
THIS CABLE WITHOUT PERMISSION
FROM THE FACTORY.
4. One cable is required to bring power
from an external power source into
the control box.
DO NOT USE THE DISHWASHER
AS A POWER SOURCE FOR A DIRECT
VENT FAN SUPPLIED BY OTHERS.
Factory
Prewired
Cable
Fittings and cables for
an external power supply
and output
to the direct vent
fan must be supplied
by the installer.
5. One cable is required to connect
power from the control box to the
direct vent fan.
(continued on next page)
87
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Electrical Connections for a Direct Vent Fan (Supplied By Others)
(continued)
WARNING:
Electrocution or serious injury may result when working
on an energized circuit.
Disconnect power at the main breaker or service
disconnect switch before working on the circuit.
Lock-out and tag the breaker to indicate that work is
being performed on the circuit.
Direct Vent Control Box Wiring:
1. Refer to Figure C at right and note the
contactor labeled FC. Contactor FC
is located in the top of the direct vent
control box and controls the direct vent
fan operation.
2. The wires marked #2 and #53 in
Figure C must not be moved nor
should other wires be connected
to these terminals.
3. The external power source for the
direct vent fan (supplied by others)
must be connected to the L1, L2,
L3 terminals on Contactor FC. The
external power source can be single or
three phase.
(See Diagram D on the next page).
4. Connect the direct vent fan (supplied
by others) to T1, T2, T3 terminals on
Contactor FC.
(See Diagram D on the next page).
5. Diagram E on page 88 shows the
internal wiring of the control box
before any external cable connections
are made.
6. Re-install the control box water-tight
cover to complete the control box
wiring.
88
C
FC
2
53
Interior view of the direct vent control box showing
Contactor FC provided for vent fan power control.
! ATTENTION INSTALLER !
OVERLOAD PROTECTION DEVICES
FOR A DIRECT VENT FAN SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE DIRECT VENT
CONTROL BOX SHIPPED WITH THE MACHINE.
CONTROL RELAYS, ISOLATION SWITCHES, AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION DEVICES MUST BE
INSTALLED IN A SEPARATE ENCLOSURE AND
NOT INSTALLED INSIDE THE DISHWASHER NOR
THE DIRECT VENT FAN
CONTROL BOX.
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Direct Vent Control Cable Connection Diagram
D
1 or 3 phase power
in from separate
power source
Out to direct vent fan
(supplied by others)
L1
T1
FC
T2
L2
L3
T3
WHITE #2
BLK #53
CLR
BLK/WHT #55
TR
RED #19
LR
ORANGE #5
BLUE #10
BLACK #4
LOAD
LOAD
INPUT
MIN
INPUT
MAX
MIN
MAX
FT
CLT
T1 T2 T3
Prewired Cable
from Dishwasher
1 or 3 phase power
out to direct vent fan
(supplied by others)
1 or 3 phase power
in from separate
power source
89
P/N 114959 - Direct Vent Option Installation Instructions
Direct Vent Control Box Wiring Diagram
E
L1
T1
L3
A1
A2
T3
2
2-W
L2
T2
FC
53
2
CLR
55-W/B
19-R
4-B
4-B
4
54
19
2
19
19-R
TR
52
2
LR
52
5-O
5-O
51
10-BL
10-BL
53
2
2
51
51
54
LOAD
LOAD
INPUT
INPUT
FT
CLT
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
G
LATCH RELAY BASE
RELAY
NO
NC
COIL
COMMON
NO 8
5 NO
NC 4
1 NC
HARNESS WIRE
13 SET
SET 14
9 RESET
RESET 12
11 10
COM
COM
90
CONTROL BOX WIRE
DH5000 DIRECT VENT
FAN BY OTHERS WIRING DIAGRAM
702316-7
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Model DH5000 Condensate Removal Option Description
! ATTENTION !
The condensate removal shroud must be installed before the dishwasher is permanently placed
and before the utilities are connected.
The condensate removal option is a stainless steel vent shroud (approx. weight 60 lbs./27 kg)
and a control box mounted on the left side of the dishwasher.
25 "
~ [635]
Condensate
Removal
Shroud
A
2. The shroud must be installed before the
dishwasher is permanently placed and
before connecting the utilities.
81 83 "
[1901]
Condensate
Removal
Mounted
1. The condensate removal shroud
is mounted on the top rear of the
dishwasher using (4) 1/4-20 x 1/2" SST
truss head screws. (See Figure A).
~
60 81 "
[1526]
Machine
Height
3. The dishwasher should be positioned in
a manner whcih allows the dish tables
and the machine to align for the proper
loading and unloading of the dish racks.
(See Figure B).
B
4. Only a 3/4" NPT cold water supply
is required for the Condensate
Removal Option (See Figure B).
C
Machine
Mounted
Condensate
Removal
Control Box
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The incoming cold water supply pressure
must be a minimum
of 45 PSI flowing pressure measured
at the dishwasher inlet connection.
91
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Installing the Condensate Removal Shroud
1. Remove the condensate removal shroud
from its shipping container.
C
2. Refer to Figure C and note that the shroud
has a front flange (Ca)
and a rear extension (Cb) which interlock
with the dishwasher vent opening.
3. Make sure (Ca) and (Cb) are properly
connected to the dishwasher when the
shroud is installed.
4. Refer to Figure C and note there
are two electrical wires (Cc) and three
hoses (Cd) attached to the shroud.
Cc
5. Carefully route (Cc) and (Cd) to the
rear of the dishwasher when installing
the shroud.
Ca
Cb
Ca
Cb
6. Two persons are needed
to install the shroud on
the dishwasher. (See Figure D).
7. Remove the (4) 1/4-20 x 1/2"
truss head shroud mounting
screws from the dishwasher hood.
8. Lift the shroud over the rear of the
dishwasher and carefully lower it into
position making sure that (Ca)
and (Cb) connect the shroud to the
dishwasher.
9. Reinstall the mounting screws.
92
D
Cd
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
! ATTENTION !
The Condensate Removal Control box can be wall-mounted using a
Wall Mount Kit, P/N 900958.
See the last page of this manual for further instructions.
Installing the Condensate Removal Electrical Control Box
on the Left-hand side of the DH5000
The Condensate Removal Electrical Control Box is
shipped prewired to the dishwasher and stowed
in the back of the machine. Mounting holes and
fasteners are provided to mount the control box to the
left side of the machine. (See Figure E).
E
CONTROL
BOX
To Install the Electrical Control Box:
1. The electrical control box must be installed
before the dishwasher is permanently
placed and before the dishwasher tables
are connected to the dishwasher.
2. Refer to Figure E at right. The photo
shows the electrical control box mounted
on the left side of the dishwasher
approximately 46" [1.2 m] above the
finished floor.
F
3. Refer to Figure F at right. The photo
shows the storage location for the
electrical control box during shipping.
4. Carefully lift the control box and mounting
bracket assembly from the rear of the
dishwasher and place it on the floor on
the left-hand side of the machine when
viewed from the front.
(continued on next page)
CONTROL
BOX
93
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Installing the Condensate Removal Electrical Control Box
(continued from previous page)
5. Locate the (4) 1/4-20 x 1/2" Hex
Head bolts on the upper left rear
side of the dishwasher directly
below the handle bracket
(Refer to Figure G).
G
6. Remove these bolts and set aside.
1/4-20
MOUNTING
BOLTS
7. Carefully lift the electrical control
box and mounting bracket assembly
in place, align the mounting holes
and reinstall the
mounting bolts removed in Step 6
above. (See Figure H below).
H
MOUNTING
BRACKET
! ATTENTION !
The Condensate Removal Control Box connection diagram appears on page 99
of these instructions.
The control box connections were prewired at the factory.
94
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Condensate Removal Shroud Electrical and Plumbing Connections
The following pages describe the electrical fan connection and the plumbing connections for the
Condensate Removal Option. The chemical injection points for the DH5000 are also included.
Condensate
Removal
Shroud
Assembly
(A) Preconnected hose to the
inlet of the vacuum breaker.
The other end of this hose is connected to the booster outlet.
A
D
B
E
C
F
(B)
Preconnected hose to the
outlet of the condensate coil.
The other end of this hose is connected to the inlet of the
line strainer.
(C)
Preconnected hose to the
outlet of the vacuum breaker.
The other end of this hose is connected to the inlet final
rinse piping located behind the
hood spring on the right-hand side of the hood as viewed from the rear.
(D) Cold water supply inlet.
(E) Condensate vent fan wires.
(F) Final rinse-aid injection point.
(G) Main power supply wire mounting bracket.
H
B
A
(H) Detergent injector and sensor
connection points.
(continued on next page)
G
95
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Condensate Removal Shroud Electrical and Plumbing Connections
(continued from previous page)
WARNING:
Electrocution or serious injury may result when working
on an energized circuit.
Disconnect power at the main breaker or service
disconnect switch before working on the circuit.
Lock-out and tag the breaker to indicate that work is
being performed on the circuit.
1. The condensate removal
shroud fans were prewired
at the factory.
When the shroud is
installed on the top of the
dishwasher, the shroud
wires and their corresponding wires on the
back of the dishwasher
should be in close proximity to each other.
A
A
Fan Wires
2. Locate the wires and
connect black to black and
white to white.
(See Figures A at right.)
3.
! ATTENTION !
Route the condensate
removal shroud hoses
behind the handle assembly as shown in Figure
A above. The hoses
shown in Figure B
at right have been routed
in front of the handle
assembly, this is incorrect.
4. Referring to Figure B,
note that there are three
hoses preconnected to
the condensate removal
shroud. The hoses are
different lengths to ensure
that the hoses are connected to the correct
locations.
96
B
!
DO NOT route the condensate removal shroud hoses
in front of the handle assembly as shown in this photo.
Route the hoses behind the handle assembly against the
rear of the machine.
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Condensate Removal Shroud Electrical and Plumbing Connections
C
From outlet
of vacuum
breaker to final
rinse piping
D
5. Refer to Figure C at left and note
the connection point for the shortest
length of preconnected
condensate removal hose.
The connection point is located
directly behind the right-hand
hood spring at the rear of the
dishwasher.
6. Refer to Figure D at left and note
there are two hoses and two
connection points shown. The hoses
are different lengths and it
will not be possible to make both
connections if the hoses are
reversed.
From inlet
of vacuum
breaker to
outlet of
booster
From outlet of
condensate
coil to inlet of
line strainer
(continued on next page)
97
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Utility Connections for the DH5000 with Condensate Removal Option
Plumbing Connections
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The incoming cold water supply pressure must be a minimum
of 45 PSI flowing pressure measured at the cold water supply connection.
1. The DH5000 dishwasher equipped with a Condensate Removal Option requires an
incoming cold water supply only (See Figure E below).
COLD WATER — 3/4" NPT, 55-75°F/13-24°C Maximum temperature, with a minimum
incoming flowing pressure of 45 PSI measured at the dishwasher supply connection
before adjusting operating pressure to 20/25 PSI flowing pressure.
2. A water hardness of 3 grains/gal (US) [51.3 mg/L] or less is recommended.
The cold water supply connection is located on the left side of the dishwasher
approximately 64" above the finished floor (see the illustration below).
3. A manual shut-off valve, 3/4" or larger, should be installed in the cold water supply line
as close to the dishwasher as possible for servicing.
E
Detail View
64"
[1626]
3/4" NPT
Cold water
supply connection
98
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Utility Connections for the DH5000 with Condensate Removal Option
Electrical Connections
WARNING:
Electrocution or serious injury may result when working on an
energized circuit.
Disconnect power at the main breaker or service disconnect
switch before working on the circuit.
Lock-out and tag the breaker to indicate that work is being
performed on the circuit.
! ATTENTION !
A qualified electrician must connect the main incoming power to the dishwasher in accordance
with all local codes and regulations or in the absence of local codes in accordance with the
National Electrical Code. Improper installation will not be covered by the Limited Warranty.
Connecting Incoming Power Supply
F
1. Make sure the incoming power is disconnected at
the main disconnect switch or circuit breaker.
2. The dishwasher is available for either single or
three phase operation. Standard voltages are
208-240V/60/1 & 3, and 460-480V/60/3.
Power
Routing
Bracket
& Conduit
3. A Machine Electrical Connection Data Plate is
located directly below the input terminal block.
Make sure the incoming power supply matches
the machine's electrical requirement before
connecting incoming power.
4. Remove the front and left side dishwasher panels.
5. The incoming power supply is routed from the
rear of the machine to the input terminal block
located at the front of the machine.
8"
[203]
Incoming Power Routing.
99
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Utility Connections for the DH5000 with Condensate Removal Option
Chemical Connection Provisions
! ATTENTION !
Consult a qualified chemical supplier for chemical supplies and chemical dispensing equipment.
1. Provisions for chemical suppliers to connect their chemical dispensing systems are
provided on the dishwasher and include:
2. A 1/8" NPT fitting (A) rinse-aid injection point. The fitting is located on the left side
of the dishwasher support hood (see illustration below).
3. Two 7/8" holes (B) are provided on the lower right side of the wash tank for detergent
injection and the detergent probe.
4. Detergent and rinse-aid control signals are available inside the control cabinet.
5. The signals are 120VAC, Max. 1 Amp load. Connection points are located on a
labeled terminal block (see below).
A commercial grade
non-chlorinated
detergent is
recommended for this
machine.
A
A
VENT FAN
120V .5A
Detergent Injection
Point
B
B
RINSE AID
120V 1A
DETERGENT
120V 1A
Detergent Probe
100
120VAC, 1A Dispenser
Signal Terminal Block
P/N 114958 - Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions
Condensate Removal Control Box Connection Diagram
MOTOR-WHT #58
FC
MOTOR-BLK #59
WHITE #2
WHT/BLK #55
CLR
RED #19
TR
ORANGE/BLK
#57
ORANGE #5
BLUE #10
BLUE/BLK
#13
LR
RED/BLK #56
BLACK #4
LOAD
LOAD
INPUT
MIN
INPUT
MAX
MIN
MAX
FT
CLT
GND
Harness Cable
Cord to Motor
Form No. 115035
rev. 112311
This is the end of the Condensate Removal Option Installation Instructions.
101
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This Page
Intentionally
Left Blank
102
Time Cycle Chart, Electrical Schematic
Hot Water Coil Installation and
Grundfoss Pump Purge Instructions
Illustrations...................................................................... Page
Gas Booster Heater Overview.................................................................................. 104
Grundfoss Pump Air Purge Instructions....................................................................... 106
Time Cycle Charts and Electrical Schematics
IllustrationsPage
Time Cycle Charts................................................................................................... 107
Standard Model Electrical Schematic......................................................................... 108
Direct Vent Model Electrical Schematic....................................................................... 109
Condensate Removal Model Electrical Schematic........................................................ 110
Hot Water Coil Electrical Schematic.......................................................................... 111
Kit P/N 900958 Control Box Wall Mount Kit
Installation Instructions............................................................................................. 112
103
Gas Booster Heater Overview
Vanguard Gas Booster Installation
NOTE:
The installation of your GAS BOOSTER must be performed by qualified service personnel.
Problems due to improper installation are not covered by the Warranty.
NOTE:
The installation of the GAS BOOSTER must comply with all local electrical, plumbing, health and
safety codes or in the absence of local codes, installed in accordance with the applicable
requirements of the Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking
Operations, NFPA 96.
NOTE:
Installation of the GAS BOOSTER must be in accordance
UTILITIES (Vanguard Installation Only)
with local codes,or in the absence of local codes, with the
latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, 1 ELECTRICAL B BSTR CONNECTION 120V 1PH 6.2 AMPS
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. Canadian
NPT HOT WATER 140°F FOR 40°F RISE
installations should conform with CSAB149.1, Natural Gas 2 HOT WATER 3/4"
INLET WATER TO BOOSTER - MIN. 40PSI, MAX 80PSI
and Propane Installation Code, and CSA-C22.1 Electrical
2" O. D. MACHINE DRAIN CONNECTION
Code, and/or local installation codes.
3
DRAIN
15 GPM MAX FLOW
{Les installations canadiennes doivent se conformer aux
NATURAL GAS 199,100 BtuH
CODES D’INSTALLATION CSA-B149.1, Natural Gas and
GAS
3/4" NPT
4
CONNECTION NATURAL GAS PRESSURE 10.5" MAX AT INLET
Propane Installation Code, et CSA-C22.1 Electrical Code,
et/ou aux codes locaux d’installation.}
EXHAUST
4" DIAMETER VENT DUCT WITH UNATTACHED
5
CONNECTION
NOTE:
The illustration below shows a typical straight-through
dishwasher installation with gas booster heater. Your
installation may be different. Refer to the installation
instructions shipped with your gas booster for details.
Vanguard Technology Inc.
1(800) 624-4809
FLEXIBLE DUCTING. VENT PER LOCAL CODE
29 43
"
[757]
CLEARANCE PER
VANGUARD
"
8
[203]
2
2
"
16
[406]
"
4
[102]
"
5 21
[140]
4
5
"
10 41
[260]
5 21 1B
[140]
"
"
4
[102] 4
3
19 58
"
[500]
Typical Straight-through Dishwasher Installation
104
FLOOR
Gas Booster Heater Overview
Hatco Gas Booster Installation
NOTE:
The installation of your GAS BOOSTER must be performed by qualified service personnel.
Problems due to improper installation are not covered by the Warranty.
NOTE:
The installation of the GAS BOOSTER must comply with all local electrical, plumbing, health and
safety codes or in the absence of local codes, installed in accordance with the applicable
requirements of the Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking
Operations, NFPA 96.
NOTE:
Installation of the GAS BOOSTER must be in accordance with local codes,or in the absence of
local codes, with thelatest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. Canadian installations should conform with CSAB149.1,
Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, and CSA-C22.1 Electrical Code, and/or
local installation codes. {Les installations canadiennes doivent se conformer aux CODES
D’INSTALLATION CSA-B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, et CSA-C22.1
Electrical Code, et/ou aux codes locaux d’installation.}
NOTE:
The illustration below shows the typical Hatco PMG-200 gas booster heater specifications.
Refer to the installation instructions shipped with your gas booster for details.
Straight out duct adaptor
shown. Replace with 90°
adaptor for other duct
configurations.
Hatco Corporation
1(800) 558-0607
A
120-150°F (49-66°C)
Water Inlet
180°F (82°C) Water Outlet
6-1/16
11-1/8
20-3/4
14-1/2
PMG-200
5-3/4
2-1/4
Primary exhaust
exit location at rear
Model
A DIM.
B DIM.
35-15/16
5-11/16
Gas Inlet
6-1/4
13
T/P relief valve may
be field installed at
side or rear
B
Unit may be adapted in
field with supplied parts
for side exhaust exit.
31-1/4
19-5/8
25-3/4
1-13/16
11-1/16
25-7/8
19-5/8
25-13/16
7-3/16
6-1/16
17
6-1/4
Ø7/8 hole for
1/2" conduit
6-5/16
Power switch
Power on lamp
Reset safety switch lamp
NOTE: Dimensions listed are in inches.
NOTE: Overall Dimensions
PMG 200: 36" W x 20-3/4" D x 31" H (914 x 527 x 787 x mm)
105
Grundfoss Pump Air Purge Instructions
! CAUTION !
PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE GRUNDFOSS HOT WATER CIRCULATING PUMP MAY OCCUR IF THE
AIR IS NOT PURGED FROM THE HOT WATER COIL HEATING SYSTEM PRIOR TO OPERATING THE
DISHWASHER AND GAS BOOSTER.
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW TO PURGE THE AIR FROM THE SYSTEM.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Make sure the dishwasher main power switch is OFF.
Make sure the main water supply valve located at the booster heater is OFF.
Open bleed valve (A) on the inlet side of the dishwasher hot water heater coil.
Remove the silver plug (B) located in the center of the recirculating pump.
Turn the main water supply valve ON. Water will begin to fill the booster heater and the
dishwasher heater coil.
Place a container under the recirculating pump plug (B) and the bleed valve tubing (C) to catch
the water.
Water and air will begin to flow out of the recirculating pump (B) bleed valve tubing (C).
Turn the gas booster heater power switch ON.
Turn the dishwasher power switch ON. The dishwasher wash tank will begin to fill with water.
Continue to observe the bleed valve tubing (C) and the recirculating pump (B) and make sure
that there is a steady stream of water flowing from (C) and (B).
Replace the silver plug (B) in the center of the recirculating pump when the water flows steadily.
Close the bleed valve (A).
Turn the dishwasher power switch OFF. Turn the booster power switch OFF.
Purging is complete.
C
A
B
106
Time Cycle Chart
TIME CYCLE - DH5000 - MODE "B"
DRAWING REPRESENTS ONLY THE STRUCTURE OF TIME CYCLES.
FOR MODES OF OPERATION SEE DWG# 114470 SHEETS 10-16
NORMAL CYCLE
60 SECONDS TOTAL CYCLE
0
EXTENDED CYCLE
90 SECONDS TOTAL CYCLE
45
35
60
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
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Cycle No. 1
60 Second Cycle Consisting of:
35 Second Wash
0 Second Dwell
10 Second Rinse
15 Second Sanitary Dwell
DESCRIPTION
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Cycle No. 2
90 Second Cycle Consisting of:
64 Second Wash
1 Second Dwell
15 Second Rinse
10 Second Sanitary Dwell
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TITLE
TIME CYCLES - DH5000
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Standard Model DH5000 Electrical Schematic
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Model DH5000 with Direct Vent Option Electrical Schematic
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Model DH5000 with Condensate Removal Option Electrical Schematic
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Model DH5000 Hot Water Coil Heat Electrical Schematic
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Kit P/N 900958 Control Box Wall Mount Kit
P/N 900958
Control Box Wall Mount Kit
(for Direct Vent Option Model & Condensate Removal Option Model)
Overview:
The Direct Vent Model and the Condensate Removal Model
utilize a separate control box that is interwired to the dishwasher.
The standard configuration calls for this box to mounted to the left-hand
side of the machine; however, the control box can be mounted to the
wall if desired. The following instructions describe the steps necessary
to mount the control box using the parts included in the Control Box
Wall Mount Kit P/N 900958.
! VERY IMPORTANT !
The control box can only be mounted within the limits of the prewired
cables connecting the control box and the dishwasher together.
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Control
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TABLE 1 - Kit Parts List
Description
Form No. 115074_rev. A
Corner
Operation
Dish Table
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4
1
Figure 5 –
The control box assembly weighs 10 lbs/4.1 kg
and must be mounted with the appropriate
fasteners for the type of supporting wall.
The fasteners are supplied by others.
Wall
fasteners
supplied
by others
Bracket, Wall Mounting
Screw, 10-32 x 3/4" Truss Head
Template, Wall Mount Bracket
(Template on reverse side of this sheet)
Qty.
Figure 3 –
For the Corner Operation machine,
do not mount the control box in the black area shown
on the right-hand side machine.
Dish Table
Figure 1 –
The straight-through operation machine
shown with control box mounted on wall.
Dish table
1
2
3
Figure 2 –
For the Straight-through Operation machine,
the control box can be mounted on the right-hand or
left-hand side of the machine.
Dish Table
Refer to Figure 2 and Figure 3 in the Installation Instructions below
for additional information concerning the location of the control box.
Control Box Location
Installation Instructions:
1
Refer to Figures 2 and 3. Note the gray and
black shaded areas. The gray area indicates
the approximate allowed location to mount
the control box; black indicates the area
where the control box must not be mounted.
In all circumstances, the mounting location
of the control box must not interfere with the
operation of the hood nor prevent access
to the dishwasher for servicing.
The control box can only be mounted
within the limits of the prewired cables
connecting the control box and the
dishwasher togther.
Check the Kit parts
NOTE: The control box and cables
weigh 10 lbs./4.1 kg.
2
Mounting the Box
4"
1/
4"
1/
Figure 4 –
The location of the control box
must be mounted within the limits
of the interconnecting cables
without overextending the cables.
1
! ATTENTION !
THE FASTENERS NEEDED TO ATTACH THE CONTROL BOX
TO THE WALL ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE KIT.
THESE FASTENERS ARE SUPPLIED BY OTHERS.
Refer to Table 1 at right and make sure your kit contains the parts listed.
The Wall Mount Bracket Template is located on the reverse side of this sheet.
3
Refer to Figure 4:
Install the wall mount brackets
(Item 1) to the back of the control
box using the four screws (Item 2)
supplied in the Kit.
Position the control box in the
desired location & make sure
the cables are not overextended.
Using the template, on the reverse side
of this sheet, (Item 3), mark the location
of the four mounting holes for the wall
mount brackets on the supporting wall.
See Figure 5:
The control box assembly weighs 10 lbs./4.1 kg
and must be mounted with the appropriate
fasteners for the type of supporting wall.
The fasteners are supplied by others.
The control box installation is complete.
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~ 12-9/32"
Kit P/N 900958 Control Box Wall Mount Kit
1/4" Hole
~ 6-1/2"
Top Wall Mount Bracket
1/4" Hole
See Reverse Side for Installation Instructions
Wall Mount Bracket
Template
P/N 115074
Scale 1/1
~ 12-9/32"
Bottom Wall Mount Bracket
1/4" Hole
For
Model DH5000
Direct Vent Option
and
Condensate Removal Option
Electrical
Control Box
1/4" Hole
Form No. 115074
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