installation, operation, and service manual

INSTALLATION, OPERATION,
AND SERVICE MANUAL
MASTER SERIES GAS XPRESS GRILL,
MODELS XG24CE, XG36CE
BE/FR
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE
OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR
LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER
APPLIANCE
WARNING:
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT,
ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE
CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY,
OR DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION,
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE INSTALLING OR
SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT
PLEASE READ ALL SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL
AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN CERTIFIED AS
COMMERCIAL COOKING EQUIPMENT AND
MUST BE INSTALLED BY PROFESSIONAL
PERSONNEL AS SPECIFIED.
For Your Safety:
Post in a prominent location, instructions to be
followed in the event the user smells gas. This
information shall be obtained by consulting
your local gas supplier.
Users are cautioned that maintenance and repairs must be performed by a Garland authorized service agent
using genuine Garland replacement parts. Garland will have no obligation with respect to any product that has been
improperly installed, adjusted, operated or not maintained in accordance with national and local codes or installation
instructions provided with the product, or any product that has its serial number defaced, obliterated or removed,
or which has been modified or repaired using unauthorized parts or by unauthorized service agents.
For a list of authorized service agents, please refer to the Garland web site at http://www.garland-group.com.
The information contained herein, (including design and parts specifications), may be superseded and is subject
to change without notice.
GARLAND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIES
185 East South Street
Freeland, Pennsylvania 18224
Phone: (570) 636-1000
Fax: (570) 636-3903
Part # 4517129 Rev.1 (03/10/10)
GARLAND COMMERCIAL RANGES, LTD.
1177 Kamato Road, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 1X4
CANADA
Phone: 905-624-0260
Fax: 905-624-5669
Enodis UK LTD.
Swallowfield Way, Hayes, Middlesex UB3 1DQ ENGLAND
Telephone: 081-561-0433
Fax: 081-848-0041
© 2005 Garland Commercial Industries, Inc.
INTRODUCTION
The Garland Xpress Grill provides a method for efficient two-sided cooking, while accommodating a variety of products. The
unit will also serve as a flat grill, and meets all standards for safety, efficiency, and cleanliness.
The Garland Xpress Grill complies with the essential requirements of the Directives 89/109/EEC, 73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC, and
the standards, EN60335, IEC801.2, IEC801.3, IEC801.4, IEC801.5, IEC801.6, IEC801.11.
Standard Features:
• Stainless steel front, top & sides
• 33,000 BTU/Hr input for each twelve-inch section of
griddle
• Built in pressure regulator, (one per twelve inch section of
griddle), and gas shut-off valve
• 3/4" thick, Carbon steel griddle plate, machine ground,
highly polished
• Swivel casters complete with front brakes (4)
• Die cast aluminum electric top heating elements rated
380V/400V/415V
• Automatic lifting and lowering top heaters
• Towel bar with bun pan lip
• Stainless steel dual side grease collectors
• Separate programmable controller for each
twelve-inch section
• Multi-colored LED indicator lights to identify operational
mode
• One year limited parts and labor warranty
(USA & Canada)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Standard Features: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Programming Modes/Menu Sequence: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODEL XG24CE . . 4
Menu Items...
To Change the Cook Time of a Product: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
To Turn Platen, (2-Sided), Cooking On/Off: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
To Change Upper Platen Set Temperature: . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
To Change Grill Set Temperature: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
To Change Product Gap Setting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
To Change Product Button, “Key” Assignment . . . . . . . . . 19
To Change a Product Name: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODEL XG36CE . . 5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
National Codes Requirements: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Connections, and Pipe Sizing: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Appliances Equipped with Castors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Electrical Connections: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Burner Manifold Pressure Test/Adjustment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Burner Air Adjustment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Ventilation and Clearance: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Master Power Switch: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
LED Indicators: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Display: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Product Buttons (0-9): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Power Button: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Program Button: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Temperature Button: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Up/Down Arrow Buttons; 2 Functions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Enter Button: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Cancel/Raise Platen Button, (Green): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Black Button: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
GRILL CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Installing Release Material: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
NORMAL OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installing Release Material: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Lighting Instructions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Shut Down Instructions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Simplified Cook Cycle Instructions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
To Cook in Two-Sided Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
To Cook in Flat Grill Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Enter Standby Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Exit Standby Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
To Display the Current Temperatures: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
To View Settings for a Menu Item: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
To Clean the Grill: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
PLATEN SET: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
EXTENDED TIME: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
INSTANT ON TIME: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
START DELAY: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cleaning During Operation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Daily Cleaning: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
System Info...
To View Recovery Time - Upper Platen: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
To View Recovery Time - Grill: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
To View the Garland Part Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
To View the Flash Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
To View the Software Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
To View the Download Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
System Setup
To Change temperature Units, (°F or °C): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
To Change Gap Setting Display Units: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
To Change the Alarm Volume: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
To Change the Key Chirp: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
To Change Probe Calibration - Upper: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
To Change Probe Calibration - Grill: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
To Change Platen Set: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
To Change Instant-On Time: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
To Change Control Type: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
To Turn Extended Time On/Off: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
To Change the Grill Function: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
To Change the Start Delay: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
To Change the Alarm Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
To Turn Clean Mode On/Off: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
To Add a Product Name in Library: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
To Modify a Product Name in Library: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Service Mode
To Change SCK Address: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
To Perform Limit Switch Test: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
CALIBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Bi-Weekly Calibration: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
ERROR MESSAGES:
PROBE ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
PLATEN DOWN ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
PLATEN UP ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
HEATING ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
COMM ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
MOTOR OVER CURRENT: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
MOTOR ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
IGNITION ERROR: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
FLASHING LED(S): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODEL XG24CE
26-23/32"
[678mm]
FROM PLATEN
ARM PIVOT
11-1/2"
[292mm]
TOP
HEATER
(2 PLACES)
28-3/16"
[716mm]
TOP VIEW
25-1/2"
[646mm]
AVERAGE
4-41/64"
[118mm]
23"
[584mm] 44.03°
MAX AVERAGE
[48° MAX]
50-1/2"
[1282mm]
AVERAGE
2-3/4"
[70mm]
1-23/32"
[44mm]
24"
[610mm]
GRILL
PLATE
DEPTH
40-1/4"
[1022mm]
33-25/32"
[858mm]
25-7/8"
[656mm]
FRONT VIEW
3/4"
NPT
GAS
INLET
24"
[610mm]
GRILL PLATE WIDTH
24-1/8"
[614mm]
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
7" [178mm] MIN
11" [279mm] MAX
38-25/64"
[975mm]
11-1/4"
[286mm]
Clearances
Entry
Model
XG24CE
Installation
Crated
Uncrated
Sides
Rear
1207mm
813mm
152mm
76mm
Loading kW Per Phase
Total
380/400/415V
kW
Load L1/N L1/ L1/ L2/ L1/N
L2
L3
L3
Nominal Amps Per Line
380V
L1
L2
400V
L3
L1/N
L1
L2
415V
L3
L1/N
L1
L2
L3
8.74
0.74
2.66
2.66
2.66 3.36 15.90 12.46 12.46 3.22 13.40 11.55 11.55 3.08 12.10 11.11 11.11
XG24CE-1
4.56
L/R
0.56
1.33
1.33
1.33 2.54 7.33 6.02 6.02 4.30 19.80 17.32 17.32 4.12 18.75 16.70 16.70
XG24CE-F 0.38
0.38
0.00
0.00
0.00 1.72 1.00 0.00 0.00 1.58 0.95 0.00 0.00 0.91 12.10 11.11 11.11
Gas Pressure
Manifold
Supply
Gas Group
Input/Burner
(Net Maximum)
Injector Size
Air Shutter Setting
(each burner)
Burner Pressure
20 mbar
G20
7.9kW
2.79mm x2 (marked 0.110) 2.79
10.8mm (2 off )
7.5 mbar
25 mbar
G25
7.9kW
2.79mm x2 (marked 0.110) 2.79
10.8mm (2 off )
7.5 mbar
37 mbar
G31
8.1kW/ 579.2g/h
2.26mm x2 (marked 0.089) 2.79
9.0mm (2 off )
6.8 mbar
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Part # 4517129 Rev.1 (03/10/10)
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODEL XG36CE
26-23/32"
[678mm]
FROM PLATEN
ARM PIVOT
11-1/2"
[292mm]
TOP HEATER
(3 PLACES)
40-3/16"
[1021mm]
4-41/64"
[118mm]
23"
[584mm] 44.03°
MAX AVERAGE
[48° MAX]
50-1/2"
[1282mm]
AVERAGE
TOP VIEW
25-1/2"
[646mm]
AVERAGE
2-3/4"
[70mm]
1-23/32"
[44mm]
33-25/32"
[858mm]
25-7/8"
[656mm]
38-3/4"
[985mm]
24"
[610mm]
FRONT VIEW
3/4"
GAS
INLET
GRILL PLATE 24"x 36"
[610mm x 914mm]
36-1/8"
[918mm]
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
7" [178mm] MIN
11" [279mm] MAX
38-25/64"
[975mm]
12-5/8"
[321mm]
Clearances
Entry
Model
Crated
Uncrated
Sides
Rear
1207mm
1035 mm
152mm
76mm
Loading kW Per Phase
Total
380/400/415V
kW
Load L1/N L1/ L1/ L2/ L1/N
L2
L3
L3
XG36CE 12.99 0.99
Installation
Nominal Amps Per Line
380V
L1
L2
400V
L3
L1/N
L1
L2
415V
L3
L1/N
L1
L2
L3
4.00
4.00
4.00 4.50 20.48 18.23 18.23 4.30 19.80 17.32 17.32 4.12 18.75 16.70 16.70
XG36CE-2
8.81
L/R
0.81
2.67
2.67
2.67 4.00 14.01 12.16 12.16 3.52 13.57 11.55 11.55 3.37 12.83 11.14 11.14
XG36CE-1
4.63
L/C/R
0.63
1.33
1.33
1.33
XG36CE-F 0.45
0.45
0.00
0.00
0.00 2.04 1.18 0.00 0.00 1.95 1.13 0.00 0.00 1.87 1.08 0.00 0.00
2.8
7.42 6.06 6.06 2.70 7.12 5.75 5.75 4.12 18.75 16.70 16.70
Gas Pressure
Manifold
Supply
Gas Group
Input/Burner
(Net Maximum)
Injector Size
Air Shutter Setting
(each burner)
Burner Pressure
20 mbar
G20
7.9kW
2.79mm x2 (marked 0.110) 2.79
10.8mm (2 off )
7.5 mbar
25 mbar
G25
7.9kW
2.79mm x2 (marked 0.110) 2.79
10.8mm (2 off )
7.5 mbar
37 mbar
G31
8.1kW/ 579.2g/h
2.26mm x2 (marked 0.089) 2.79
9.0mm (2 off )
6.8 mbar
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Always follow these safety precautions when operating the
Xpress Grill.
• THIS GRILL MUST be operated by persons who have
been given adequate training.
In two side cooking the upper platen remains in the lowered
position by nature of its own weight. It is not locked down. It
can be raised by lifting up on the handle on the front of the
platen.
• THIS EQUIPMENT MUST ONLY BE OPERATED UNDER AN
APPROVED HOOD SYSTEM.
The Xpress Grill may during its operation emit airborne noise
equivalent to a continuous A weighted sound pressure level
of 73dB(A).
• DO NOT operate the grill without reading this operation
manual.
WARNING: To avoid serious personal injury:
• DO NOT operate the Xpress grill unless all service and
access panels are in place and fastened properly.
• DO NOT attempt to repair or replace any part of the
Xpress Grill unless all main power supplies to the grill
have been disconnected.
The Garland Xpress Grill is a semi-automatic cooking
appliance. The upper platen is lowered automatically,
following the manual, two-handed initiation of the cooking
cycle, and the upper platen is raised automatically upon
completion of the cooking cycle.
• USE EXTREME CAUTION in setting up, operating and
cleaning the Xpress Grill to avoid coming in contact
with hot grill surfaces or hot grease. Suitable protective
clothing should be worn to prevent the risk of burns.
When two sided cooking, the area between the upper platen
and the griddle plate should be regarded as a “danger zone.”
During two sided cooking the operator must not be within
this danger zone. When used as a flat grill, then this area is no
longer a danger zone, the platens do not move.
For whatever reason, be it cleaning, maintenance, or normal
operation, any exposed person must use extreme caution if
within this danger zone.
• DO NOT clean this appliance with a water jet.
• DO NOT apply ICE or COLD WATER to a HOT grill surface.
• NOTE all warning labels and markings affixed to the grill.
WARNING: After turning the master power switch to the
START position, the grill will go through initialization. If
the upper platens are in the lowered position they will
return to their raised upper position. This movement takes
approximately 8 seconds.
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: Rating plates for this appliance are located in
two places: 1) inside back panel on left side, 2) under front
control panel on center.
This appliance should be connected to a potential
equalization system. A labeled equipotential bonding point
is fitted to the rear of the grill.
This equipment must be installed by a competent factory
trained, certified, licensed and / or authorized service or
installation person.
It is recommended that this grill be connected to a residual
current,, (earth leakage),, device with a tripping current not
exceeding 30mA. The leakage current of this grill will not
exceed 5mA.
WARNING: This appliance must be properly earthed.
Prior to installation, the four casters, supplied loose with the
grill, must be securely located on the underside of the base.
The casters fitted with a brake must be located at the front of
the grill.
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INSTALLATION continued
CAUTION: Prior to installation, check the electrical supply
to ensure input voltage and phase match the equipment
voltage rating and phase. See data plate located rear left side
of grill and lower front panel.
Grill is to be located directly under ventilation system.
Once installed in the grill station underneath the ventilation
system, the platens, in their highest position, must not
interfere with the lower lip of the ventilation system hood.
The raised position of each platen is adjusted by raising
or lowering the upper of the two microswitches, (limit
switches), in the rear of the grill. The lower microswitch
position must not be adjusted.
Grill plate must be level front to back, side to side and
diagonally. This leveling must be done with the unit under
the hood and in it’s normal operational position to prevent
warping of the grill plate.
NOTE: Fuses are installed to prevent damage in the event of
failure of the upper microswitch.
Installation shall be made with the gas connector that has
been supplied loose with the grill. The quick disconnect
fitting and gas shut off valve must be installed in the
direction indicated on their outer body.
NOTE: When checking gas pressure, be sure that all other
equipment on the same gas line is on.
The appliance and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system pressures in excess of 1/2
PSIG (3.45kPa).
Adequate clearance must be provided for servicing and
proper operation.
Connections, and Pipe Sizing:
The size of the gas line is very important. Ensure that the
pipe size is adequate for the demand, including other gas
appliances on the same supply. If the line is too small, the
gas pressure at the burner manifold will be low. This will
cause slow recovery and delayed ignition. The incoming gas
pressure line should be a minimum of 1-1/2”. All gas Xpress
Grills are supplied with a 3/4” NPT threaded male fitting,
which must be adapted in the field to a suitable connection
that applies to ISO 7-1 or ISO 228-1.
Before connecting new pipe the pipe must be blown out to
dispose of any foreign particles. These particles will cause
improper operation.
When using thread compound, use small amounts on male
threads only. Use a compound that is not effected by the
chemical action of LP gases. Avoid applying compound
to the first two threads to prevent clogging of the burner
orifices and control valve.
Have the installer check all gas plumbing with a soap
solution for leaks. DO NOT USE matches, candles or other
ignition sources in checking for leaks.
The grill must be disconnected from the gas supply system
when pressure testing of that system at pressures in excess of
150mbar.
Check the data plate to determine the proper type of gas
before connecting the quick disconnect or piping from the
building gas supply.
An incoming gas pressure test nipple is provided on the
incoming gas manifold for pressure checks.
National Codes Requirements:
The type of gas for which the grill is equipped is stamped on
the data plate on the inside rear of the unit and on the lower
front panel. Connect a grill stamped for Natural Gas (High
(H) or Low (L) Calorific Value) only to Natural Gas; connect
those stamped for Propane Gas only to Propane Gas. When
installing gas grills, the installation must comply with the
latest edition of the codes and installation regulations in
force.
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INSTALLATION continued
Appliances Equipped with Castors:
Burner Manifold Pressure Test/Adjustment:
Prior to installation, the four castors, supplied loose with the
grill, must be securely located on the underside of the base.
The castors fitted with a brake must be located at the front of
the grill.
Burner operating gas pressure can be checked at the outlet
side of the gas valve at the pressure test point.
• Once castors are installed, adjust the unit by turning
them clockwise to raise the unit and counterclockwise to
lower the unit.
1. The pressure test nipple is located in the gas valve on the
side opposite the burner.
• Adjust the castors until the grill plate is level and at the
proper height.
• Screw the lock nut on each castor tight against the
bottom of the unit.
• When the unit is in place, lock the front castors to prevent
movement.
Grill plate must be level front to back, side to side and
diagonally. This leveling must be done with the unit under
the hood and in it’s normal operational position to prevent
warping of the grill plate.
Electrical Connections:
Electrical connections must be in accordance with the
current IEE Wiring Regulations. The supply should have a
contact separation of at least 3mm on all poles. Adequate
means of disconnection of the supply must be provided.
It is recommended that this grill be connected to a residual
current (earth leakage) device with a tripping current not
exceeding 30mA. The leakage current of this grill will not
exceed 5mA.
To adjust the burner pressure:
2. Remove the sealing screw from the pressure test nipple
and connect a manometer.
3. Remove the sealing cap on the gas valve regulator, turn
on the grill, and adjust the screw in the regulator to give
the correct pressure.
4. Turn off the grill, refit the regulator sealing cap, remove
the manometer, replace the seal screw in the test nipple
and test for gas leaks.
Gas pressures should be checked by the local Gas Company
or an authorized service agency only.
Test all piping and connections for gas leaks. A rich soap
solution should be used for this purpose. Never use a flame.
Burner Ignition Verification by the Installer:
Once the grill is properly installed, turn the grill power switch
on. Press the ON/OFF switch on the grill control to heat the
grill in Standby Mode. The will attempt to ignite the burners.
Verify Burner Ignition as Follows:
1. The controls will attempt to ignite the burners when the
grill calls for heat to the griddle plate.
CAUTION: Prior to installation, check the electrical supply
to ensure input voltage and phase match the equipment
voltage rating and phase. See data plate located rear left side
of grill and lower front panel.
2. If ignition does not occur on the first attempt, the lower
LED (for the grill plate) will begin to flash to alert the
installer that the first attempt at burner ignition has
failed.
The entry point for the electrical connection is located on
the base of the appliance. Remove the punch-out plate, and
punch out the required size to the supply cable. Secure the
cable in place with a gland fitting and suitable means of
strain relief.
3. The control will then attempt to ignite the burners up to
four (4) more times.
All electrically operated appliances must be electrically
earthed in accordance with local codes; or in the absence
of local codes, with the latest edition of National Wiring
Regulations. A wiring diagram is located on the rear panel of
the grill. See rating plate in rear of grill, or lower front panel
for proper voltages.
5. Inspect the gas and ignition systems for possible
problems.
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4. If, after four (4) attempts, the burners have not ignited,
the control will shut down and display “IGNITION ERROR.”
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INSTALLATION continued
Additional Burner Ignition Verification:
1. Drop the front control panel so that the heat shield is
visible.
2. Turn the grill ON and press the ON/OFF switch on the
control to heat the grill in Standby Mode.
3. Rotate the round shutter to expose the burner sight glass.
4. When the grill attempts to ignite the burners, look
through the sight glass to verify ignition.
The burner should ignite and the flame should appear blue
with no orange tipping. If the burner flame cannot be seen,
inspect ignition and gas system for possible problems.
Burner Air Adjustment:
Once burner ignition is verified by looking through the sight
glass, burner air adjustment may be required. Adjust the
burner air as follows:
1. Loosen the lock nut on the blower motor shutter.
2. The blower shutter can be rotated to allow more or less
air into the burners.
3. Adjust the shutter until the burner flame is blue with no
orange tipping.
4. Tighten the lock nut.
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NOTE: Burner air shutters should only be adjusted by factory
authorised service personnel.
Ventilation and Clearance:
One of the most important considerations of efficient grill
operation is proper ventilation and air supply. Insure the
grill is installed so the products of combustion are removed
efficiently and the ventilation system does not produce
drafts that interfere with proper burner operation.
Proper operation of exhaust fans (speed, rotation and
adjustment) is essential. In addition to the exhaust system
the make-up air system, (HVAC), for the kitchen is the
air supply for the combustion air for the burners. Proper
incoming air is essential for all gas operated equipment. Poor
incoming make-up will cause inefficient burner operation,
delayed ignition and possible burner failure.
Any ventilation system will break down if improperly
maintained. The duct system, hood, and the filters must be
cleaned on a regular basis and kept grease free.
The room containing the grill is required to have a
permanent air vent. The minimum effective area of the vent
shall be 4.5 cm² per kW. Air vents shall be of such a size to
compensate for the effects of any extract fan in the premises.
NOTE: Parts which have been protected by the
manufacturer and agent, are not to be adjusted by the
installer or the user.
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GRILL CONTROLS
WHEN PUSHED SIMULTANEOUSLY:
"START COOK TIME COUNTDOWN" (flat grill cooking)
OR "LOWER PLATEN" (two-sided cooking)
LED
INDICATORS
DISPLAY
CANCEL/
RAISE PLATEN
BUTTON
PRODUCT
BUTTONS
MASTER
POWER
SWITCH
POWER
BUTTON
PROGRAM
BUTTON
TEMPERATURE
BUTTON
Master Power Switch:
Controls power to the grill and must be turned “ON” to start
operation. The controller display will be active when the
switch is “ON”.
LED Indicators:
There are two, (2), indicator lights, indicating the
temperature status of each control’s heat zones; one, (1), on
the upper platen, (top light), and one, (1), on the grill surface.
Each light can display three, (3), different colors, indicating
temperature status for the corresponding zone.
Red: The zone is too hot, (more than 79°F/45°C over the set
temperature), or heat zone failure.
Amber: The zone is calling for heat.
Green: The zone is at or above the set temperature.
Display:
ENTER
BUTTON
DOWN ARROW
BUTTON
UP ARROW
BUTTON
Program Button:
The primary function is to access Programming and
Calibration of the grill. Push and hold for five (5) seconds.
Display will ask for the code. After entering code, five
programming features will be accessible “MENU ITEMS,”
“SYSTEM INFO,”“SYSTEM SETUP,”“SERVICE MODE,” and
“PRODUCT NAME LIB.”
Temperature Button:
In the Cook mode, each time the button is pressed the
current temperature for one zone is displayed. The grill
temperature is displayed first followed by the platen
temperature. After five (5) seconds, the display will return to
the menu item selected.
Up/Down Arrow Buttons; 2 Functions:
1. In the cook mode, the Up/Down Arrow Buttons will cycle
through the different menu items.
The controller display will contain information relevant to
each operation in both cook and program modes.
2. In the program mode, the Up/Down Arrow Buttons will
change the value of the current setting.
Product Buttons (0-9):
Enter Button:
Buttons 0-9 can be assigned to product items. Buttons 9 and
0 are used to move the cursor left or right when creating
or modifying product names in “PROD NAME LIB” program
mode.
Power Button:
After the main power switch is turned on, this button will put
the control into cook mode. If pressed again, the control will
go back to displaying “OFF.”
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Function is to accept programming steps.
Cancel/Raise Platen Button, (Green):
During the cooking cycle, pressing this button will cancel the
cooking timer and return the grill to the “IDLE” mode. This
button will also bring the grill out of STANDBY.
Black Button:
When both Black and Green “CANCEL/RAISE” buttons are
pressed simultaneously, the upper platen will lower to the
griddle surface.
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OPERATION
Installing Release Material:
Slide release material rod through hemmed end of the
release material sheet.
Thread the front edge of the release material sheet behind
the release material bar on the front of the platen, then
around the top and down over the front of the bar as shown.
Place locking clips over release material sheet and press into
place over release material bar.
RELEASE
MATERIAL
BAR
RELEASE
MATERIAL
LOCKING
CLIP (1)
Hook release material rod on brackets located at the rear of
the upper plate
RELEASE
MATERIAL
UPPER PLATEN (side view)
FRONT OF GRILL
Check alignment and tightness of release material against
upper platen.
UPPER PLATEN (side view)
RELEASE MATERIAL HOOK
RELEASE
MATERIAL ROD
RELEASE MATERIAL SHEET
REAR OF GRILL
Holding the bottom of the release material sheet in place,
gently pull the sheet toward the front of the platen.
NOTE: Make sure release material fits smoothly over upper
platen. Installing release material sheets too tight may cause
premature failure of the sheet.
Release sheets are reversible and should be flipped
over and reattached on a daily basis. For instructions on
cleaning release sheets; see Step 17, in daily cleaning, under
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE section.
A release material sheet must be replaced when:
• Product sticks to release material.
• Carbon build-up causes problems in taste or appearance.
• Tearing occurs in the sheet’s cooking area.
• Release material coating is worn off sheet.
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NORMAL OPERATION
Clam Grill Operating Instructions Clam Grill Operating Instru
Installing Release Material:
2. Press
1
For installation instructions, see section on RELEASE
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START
START
Clam Grill Operating Instructions
EMERGENCY
STOP
STOP
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Instructions
Press button
to turn on main
2
power
to
grill.
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button to turn zone power on.
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toflexible
grill. gas hose is connected to the grill
1. Ensure
that the
and the power cord is plugged into the receptacles.
1
2. Turn the main power switch ON
and allowSTART
the controls
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to go through the power-up self-check.
Once the control
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panel displays the word “OFF”
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STOP
the heating process.
3
START
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2
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A release material sheet must be replaced when:
• ProductSTART
sticks to release material.
• Carbon build-up ruins taste or appearance.
• Tearing occurs
in the sheet’s cooking area.
STOP
• Release material coating is worn off sheet.
Lighting Instructions:
to turn zone power on.
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2
3. Load product on grill surface and select the
corresponding product key.
3.6 PATTY
3.6 PATTY
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START
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STOP
Press
butto
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EMERGENCY
STOP
START
3. Press START
START
. The control will automatically initiate the
START
heating cycle.
The
burner
will
ignite
and
heat
until
the
STOP
STOP
Press button to turn on main
temperature specified by the menu item
has been
power
to grill.
STOP
STOP
STOP
obtained.
EMERGENCY
START
EMERGENCY
Press
EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY
button to turn STOP
zone powe
If ignition of the
burner
does to
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occuron
onmain
the first trial, the
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button
bottom indicator
lighttowill
flash amber. If the burner(s) do
Press
button
to turn
zone
power on.
power
grill.
Place
item
grill and
surface
and
Press
bothon
green
black
buttons
Place item on grill surface and
not light within four trials for ignition, the control will display 3.6 PATTY4.select
PATTY
Press
both
green
and
black
buttons
and
item
number
for that
itemtotolower clam 3.6
to lower
clam
and begin
cooking
select item number for that item to
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a flashing warning, “IGNITION ERROR.” The flashing amber
begin
cooking
product.
be
cooked.
product.
be cooked.
light will turn to solid red and an audible alarm will sound. If
this occurs, turn the main power switch off, wait 5 minutes,
START
START
PATTY
3.6 PATTY
and then repeat steps 2 and 3. If 3.6
after
2nd try and the control
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still produces the IGNITION ERROR refer to Ignition failure in
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STOP
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3
3
4
5
5
EMERGENCY
START
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Press both g
to lower clam
product.
EMERGENCY
START
Shut Down Instructions:
START
START
Press both green and black butto
Place
on grill surface STOP
and
STOP
1. To shut down
the unit at any time, switch
the item
main power
to lower clam and begin cooking
select
item
number
for
that
item
to
switch to the off (non-lit) position.
STOPproduct.
be
cooked.
STOP
2. For extended shut down periods, switch the main power
Press
both
green
and black
buttons
on disconnect
grill surface
5. Press
green
button
to cancel
any time
during cook cycle.
switch to Place
the offitem
position,
the and
unit from the
to
lower
clam
and
begin
cooking
select
item
number
for
that
item
to
gas supply line and unplug electrical connections.
Press green button to cancel any
be cooked.
Press green button to cancel product.
any
- - - - - - - time during cook cycle.
Simplified Cook Cycle Instructions:
time during cook cycle.
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EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY
Clam Grill Operating
Instructions
5
1. Press button to turn on mainpower to grill.
5
NOTE:
avoid
damage to controller use knuckle or flat
START
NOTE: To avoid damage to controller use
knuckle
or flatTopart
of finger
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to
press
buttons.
Do NOT use finger nails, tongs or
to press
buttons. Do NOT use finger nails, tongs or spatulas
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STOP
START
START
START
EMERGENCY
STOP
EMERGENCY
Press green button to cancel any
time during cook cycle.
EMERGENCY
STOP
STOP
Press green button to cancel any
NOTE: To avoid damage to controller use knuckle or flat part of finger
time during cook cycle.
to press buttons. Do NOT use finger
tongsRev.1
or spatulas
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Press button to turn on main
power to grill.
Press
button to turn zone power on.
NOTE: To avoid damage to controller use knuckle or flat part of finger
NORMAL OPERATION continued
To Cook in Two-Sided Mode:
1. To start a cook cycle select a product recipe by using the
product keys (1 through 9) or by using the UP/DOWN
keys or to select a product recipe.
The display alternately blinks the recipe and the word
SELECTED 2 times then the recipe displays continuously.
2. The controller regulates the platen and grill temperatures
to the set temperatures of the product selected and
reads “TOO COOL” or “TOO HOT” with “MENU ITEM”, until
the grill attains the set temperature range for the item.
NOTE: If the display reads either “TOO COOL” or “TOO HOT”
the upper platen will not lower and initiate a cooking
sequence.
3 After loading the product onto the grill, press the green
CANCEL/RAISE PLATEN BUTTON and BLACK button
simultaneously. A cook cycle starts and the upper platen
lowers if the product selected is clamshell recipe.
4 To cancel a cook cycle at anytime press the green
CANCEL/RAISE PLATEN BUTTON and the upper platen
will rise if the product recipe selected is clamshell recipe.
5. During a cook cycle, the display shows the product recipe
name in the first line and the remaining cook time count
down in the second line.
6 When the cook timer reaches one, (1), second remaining
a pre-time-out alarm sounds alerting the operator.
7 When the cooking time has been completed the platen
raises automatically. On the controller the “PRODUCT
NAME” and the word “REMOVE” will be displayed and an
audible alert will sound.
8. Pressing the green CANCEL/RAISE PLATEN BUTTON stops
the audible alert and the unit will revert back to IDLE
mode.
To Cook in Flat Grill Mode:
1. To start a cook cycle select a product recipe by using the
product keys (1 through 9) or by using the UP/DOWN
keys or to select a product recipe.
The display alternately blinks the recipe and the word
SELECTED 2 times then the recipe will be displayed
continuously.
2. The controller regulates the grill temperature to the set
temperature of the product selected and reads “TOO
COOL” or “TOO HOT” with “MENU ITEM”, until the grill
attains the set temperature range for the item.
NOTE: If the display reads either “TOO COOL” or “TOO HOT” it
will not initiate a cooking sequence.
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3 After loading the product onto the grill, press the green
CANCEL/RAISE PLATEN BUTTON and BLACK button
simultaneously. That will start a cook cycle if the product
selected is clamshell recipe.
4 To cancel a cook cycle at anytime the press the green
CANCEL/RAISE PLATEN BUTTON .
5. During a cook cycle, the display shows the product recipe
name in the first line and the remaining cook time count
down in the second line.
6. The display shows the “SEAR” or “FLIP” alarm message
with flashing in the second line if the current cooking
product is flat recipe and the sear time or flip time is not
zero.
7. A cook alarm sounds with a repeating beep pattern.
Pressing the black RAISE button acknowledges the “SEAR”
or “FLIP” alarm message if the alarm field in system setup
is set to MANUAL.
8. The “SEAR” or “FLIP” alarm message stops after 5 seconds
if the alarm field in system setup is set to AUTO.
9. When a cook is complete, the display shows the product
recipe name in the first line and a flashing “REMOVE”
message in the second line. A repeating beeping alarm
also sounds.
10.Pressing the black RAISE button cancels the cook done
alarm.
11.The unit reverts back to IDLE mode.
Enter Standby Mode:
Stand by mode is used during slow periods to conserve
energy with out a complete shut down of the unit. When
cooking temperatures are again required, pre-heat cook
temperature/time is reduced. Stand by mode temperatures
can be adjusted, see the PROGRAMING section.
1. Select Standby Mode by pressing
“STANDBY” is displayed.
or
until
2. Press the GREEN (‘CANCEL/RAISE’) and the BLACK buttons
at the same time. As soon as the upper platen moves
down, the display will read “STANDBY MODE.” (Note:
The first time Standby Mode is entered, the display will
prompt the operator to press ENTER after pressing the
GREEN and BLACK buttons.)
Exit Standby Mode:
1. Press the GREEN (‘CANCEL/RAISE’) button. The upper
platen will raise and the display will read “CANCEL” with
an audible alarm.
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NORMAL OPERATION continued
To Display the Current Temperatures:
1. Press the button and repeat for each zone to be
displayed...
1st press - LOWER GRILL ZONE
2nd press - UPPER PLATEN
NOTE: The temperatures may be displayed at any time,
including during a cooking cycle.
To View Settings for a Menu Item:
1. Enter Programming; Menu Items, (see Programming)
2. Press
3. Use
4. Press
to enter “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS”
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
to scroll through settings for the chosen item.
To Clean the Grill:
1. To start a CLEAN MODE select the clean mode recipe by
pressing product key 10 or by using the UP/DOWN keys
or to select the clean mode recipe.
2. The controller regulates the platen and grill temperatures
to the set temperatures of the clean mode recipe. The
display shows the message “CLEAN MODE” in the first line
and the actual grill temperature in the second line.
3. Press the ENTER key
to initiate the clean mode.
4. The display SHOWS the message “READY TO CLEAN” with
flashing in the second line when the actual temperature
is reached (or greater than the set temperatures of clean
mode recipe (default 250 F for both the platen and grill)).
A 5 second repeating beep pattern is sounded.
5. Press the ENTER key again, the heater’s control for the
platen and grill are turned off and the display shows the
message “CLEANING” with flashing in the second line.
6. Press the ENTER key again to exit the CLEAN MODE. The
display shows the message “STANDBY” in the first line.
The control transitions to “STANDBY MODE” and preheats
to idle condition.
PLATEN SET:
This function allows the platen to be moved up or down
once it is parallel to the grill surface. Values range from –160
to +160.
EXTENDED TIME:
This option will add 6, 4 and 2 seconds to the time of the next
three cooks respectively if the grill has had no activity for
5 minutes. Provided the temperature is not 25°F above set
temperature for either the grill or the platen.
INSTANT ON TIME:
This can be set in the range of 00:00 to 00:40. Instant on will
turn on the heat zone(s) as soon as a cook cycle starts.
START DELAY:
This number is how long the operator must hold the GREEN
(‘CANCEL/RAISE’) and BLACK buttons to start a cooking cycle
for 2-sided recipes only. There will be one beep when the
cook is started and another beep when the START DELAY
time is reached. If the GREEN (‘CANCEL/RAISE’) and BLACK
buttons are released before that time the cook will be
canceled. If Yes is toggled press enter to allow the user to
pick from 1 to 5 seconds in 0.5 second increments using
and .
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Warning: The upper platen surface and edges are very hot!
To prevent burn injuries, use extreme caution when wiping
down release sheets and platen edges.
Cleaning During Operation:
1. After each product load is removed, Use a grill scraper to
scrape grease on lower grill plate from front to back only.
Do not scrape left to right across the lower grill plate with
the grill scraper.
2. Use a grill squeegee to clean release material sheet on
upper platen in a downward motion. Do not press hard
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against the release material sheet to prevent scratching
or tearing.
3. Push the grease to the rear of the grill, or pull it to the
front trough. Then, squeegee the grease into the buckets
on either side. Do not use the scraper for this step.
4. Use a clean, damp cloth to clean back splash and
bullnose areas as needed during operation.
Note: To increase life of release material sheets, wipe them
down with a folded clean, damp cloth at least four times
during each hour of operation.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE continued
Daily Cleaning:
Warning: The upper platen surface and edges are very hot!
To prevent burn injuries, use extreme caution when wiping
down release sheets and platen edges.
12. After applying the grill cleaner, lightly scrub the platen
surface, and all four edges with the no-scratch pad until
all the soil has been liquefied by the grill cleaner. For
stubborn soils, apply additional grill cleaner and lightly
scrub. DO NOT RINSE THE PLATENS AT THIS TIME.
1. Press the CLEAN button, or
item “CLEAN MODE.”
13. Starting at the back of the lower grill, spread a light
coating of grill cleaner over the surface. DO NOT SCRUB.
or
to obtain the menu
2. Press to acknowledge that Clean Mode is desired. This
will cause the appliance (grill and platen, if selected) to
heat to the Clean Temperature.
14. After applying the grill cleaner, lightly scrub the grill
surface with the No-Scratch Pad until all the soil has been
liquefied.
3. “READY TO CLEAN” will be displayed when the grill is at
the proper cleaning temperature and an audible alarm
will sound.
15. Rinse the upper platens with a dripping wet cloth. Do not
use excessive water on the top of the platens.
4. To exit Clean Mode, press
. Display will show “OFF.””
5. Wearing protective gloves, empty and replace the grease
troughs.
6. Wipe down the exposed surface of the release sheet with
a clean, damp cloth.
Note: the edge of the grill above the grease troughs gets a
build up of grease, wipe down every time the grease bucket
is emptied. CAUTION this edge is hot.
7. Remove the release sheet locking clips and bars.
8. Scrape only the lower grill surface with a grill scraper, and
squeegee any residue into the grease troughs with a grill
squeegee.
Caution: Do not scrape or otherwise scratch the upper
platens. The use of metal scrapers, abrasive pads, or
wire brushes will permanently damage the surface of
the upper platens.
9. Open one packet of high-temperature grill cleaner,
(several cleaners may be available on the market), and
empty the contents into a suitable container. (One packet
will clean one grill.)
10. Firmly attach a no-scratch pad to a pad holder.
16. Carefully pour small quantities of lukewarm water
onto the grill while brushing the surface, backsplash,
and bullnose with a pot brush or equivalent hightemperature brush. Continue until the water no longer
boils away and the grill remains wet. Squeegee dry.
Caution: Ice, cold water, or large quantities of water must
never be applied to the grill plate or upper platen. Severe
damage to the grill will occur!
17.Clean the release sheets as follows:
A) Place the sheets on the lower grill. Scrub both sides
of the sheets with the same no-scratch pad used on
the grill.
B) Rinse both sides of the sheets with a clean, wet cloth.
18.Rinse the lower grill by flooding the surface twice with
lukewarm water. Squeegee after each rinse.
19.Wipe the lower grill surface, backsplash, bullnose, and
hood with a clean, damp cloth.
20.When cleaning is completed, you may turn the “MASTER
POWER” (rocker) switch off.
AFTER CLEANING, apply a thin coat of fresh shortening
to the lower grill surface only. Wipe down the
surrounding areas. Empty, wash, rinse, and replace the
grease troughs.
11. Dip the no-scratch pad into the grill cleaner, and spread
a light coating of grill cleaner over the entire platen
surface, back, front, and side edges of both upper
platens. DO NOT SCRUB. (Note: use very limited cleaning
solution on top of platens)
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PROGRAMMING
Programming Modes/Menu Sequence:
System Information
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Menu Items...
5. Use
To Change the Cook Time of a Product:
6 Press three, (3) times to display “(MENU ITEM) UPPER
TEMP XXX” displayed in °F or °C.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter Programming Mode. “PROGRAMMING
MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press
5. Use
6. Press
7. Use
. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
to display “(MENU ITEM) COOK TIME XX:XX”
and
to adjust the cook time.
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
7. Use and to change the set temperature to the
desired value.
8. Press
to save the changes.
9. Press
twice to exit.
To Change Grill Set Temperature:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
8. Press
to save the changes.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
9. Press
twice to exit.
4. Press
. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
To Turn Platen, (2-Sided), Cooking On/Off:
5. Use
1. Press and hold
displayed.
6. Press four, (4) times to display “(MENU ITEM) GRILL
TEMP XXX” displayed in °F or °C.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
7. Use and to change the set temperature to the
desired value.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
8. Press
to save the changes.
9. Press
twice to exit.
4. Press
5. Use
. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
6. Press twice to display “(MENU ITEM) UPPER PLATEN
YES/NO “.
7. Use
and
to turn upper platen on or off.
8. Press
to save the changes.
9. Press
twice to exit.
To Change Upper Platen Set Temperature:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press
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. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
To Change Product Gap Setting:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press
5. Use
. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
6. Press five, (5) times to display “GAP XXX” displayed in
inches or mm.
7. Use and
value.
to change the gap setting to the desired
8. Press
to save the changes.
9. Press
twice to exit.
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To Change Product Button, “Key” Assignment
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press
5. Use
. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
6. Press six, (6) times to display “ASSIGN TO KEY (0-9 or
NONE)”.
7. Use and to change the key, (Product Button),
assignment, and replace any previous assignments to
that key.
8. Press
to save the changes.
9. Press
twice to exit.
To Change a Product Name:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press
5. Use
. “MENU ITEMS STANDBY” is displayed.
and
to choose the desired Menu Item.
6. Press seven, (7) times to display “PRODUCT NAME
(CHOSEN ITEM)”
7. Use and to cycle through the available product
names until the desired name is achieved.
8. Press
to save the changes. You will automatically
return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS”.
9. Press
to exit.
System Info...
To View Recovery Time - Upper Platen:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press one, (1) time to display “PROGRAMMING MODE
SYSTEM INFO.”
5. Press to view the upper recovery time. “RECOVERY
UPPER XXXX” is displayed.
6. Press
INFO”.
to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
7. Press
to exit.
To View Recovery Time - Grill:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press one, (1) time to display “PROGRAMMING MODE
SYSTEM INFO.”
5. Press two, (2), times to view the grill recovery time.
“RECOVERY GRILL XXXX” is displayed.
6. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
INFO”.
7. Press
to exit.
To View the Garland Part Number:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press one, (1) time to display “PROGRAMMING MODE
SYSTEM INFO.”
5. Press three, (3), times to view the Garland Part Number
for the grill. “GARLAND PART # X…X” is displayed.
(number varies by grill).
6. Press
INFO”.
to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
7. Press
to exit.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
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To View the Flash Number:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press one, (1) time to display “PROGRAMMING MODE
SYSTEM INFO.”
5. Press four, (4), times to view the Flash Number. “FLASH
NUMBER X…X” is displayed. (Flash number varies by grill).
6. Press
INFO”.
to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
7. Press
to exit.
6. Press
INFO”.
to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
7. Press
to exit.
System Setup
To Change temperature Units, (°F or °C):
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
To View the Software Number:
5. Press to enter system setup. “TEMP DISPLAY
FAHRENHEIT (or CELSIUS)” is displayed.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
6. Press to change the temperature units to either
Fahrenheit or Celsius.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press one, (1) time to display “PROGRAMMING MODE
SYSTEM INFO.”
5. Press five, (5), times to view the Software Number.
“SOFTWARE NUMBER X…X” is displayed. (number varies
by grill).
7. Press
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
9. Press
again to exit.
To Change Gap Setting Display Units:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
6. Press
INFO”.
to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
7. Press
to exit.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
To View the Download Number:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
5. Press two, (2), times. “GAP SETTING DISPLAY INCHES
(or MILLIMETERS)” is displayed.
6. Press to change the Gap Setting Display units to either
Inches or Millimeters.
7. Press
to save the changes.
4. Press one, (1) time to display “PROGRAMMING MODE
SYSTEM INFO.”
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
5. Press six, (6), times to view the Download Number.
“DOWNLOAD NUMBER X…X” is displayed. (Download
number varies by grill).
9. Press
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To Change the Alarm Volume:
To Change Probe Calibration - Upper:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
5. Press three, (3), times. “ALARM VOLUME LOW (or
HIGH)” is displayed.
5. Press five, (5), times. “PROBE CAL – UPPER XXXF” is
displayed.
6. Use or
or High.
6. Use or to change the Probe Calibration to the
correct temperature measured with a pyrometer.* SEE
CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS and CALIBRATION section.
7. Press
to change the Alarm Volume to either Low
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
9. Press
again to exit.
To Change the Key Chirp:
To turn key chirp on or off in programing mode only.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
5. Press four, (4), times. “KEY CHIRP ON (or OFF” is
displayed.
6. Use
7. Press
or
to change the key chirp to either ON or OFF.
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
9. Press
again to exit.
7. Press
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
9. Press
again to exit.
To Change Probe Calibration - Grill:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
5. Press six, (6), times. “PROBE CAL – GRILL XXXF” is
displayed.
6. Use or to change the Probe Calibration to the
correct temperature measured with a pyrometer.* SEE
CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS and CALIBRATION Section.
7. Press
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
9. Press
again to exit.
*CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS
The control software will beep to the user when it is
appropriate to calibrate. The control will allow calibration
provided the following conditions are met:
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• Temperature is currently falling from a detected peak
of 360°F or higher.
• Temperature is falling and has fallen 2°F from a
detected peak that is within the 350-360°F range. (i.e.
calibration would be allowed at 355°F if the achieved
peak temperature was 357°F)
• Temperature is rising through the 350-360°F range as a
result of a heat on pulse of less than 30 seconds.
To Change Platen Set:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
To Change Control Type:
Note: this must be verified if the control is changed, match
the new control to the grill.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
5. Press nine, (9) times. “CONTROL TYPE ELECTRIC (or
GAS)” is displayed. (type varies by grill).
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
6. Use and to change Control Type to match the
design of the grill.
5. Press seven, (7) times. “PLATEN SET +/- XX” is displayed.
(numbers will vary by grill)
7. Press
6. Use and
value.
7. Press
to change the Platen Set to the correct
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
9. Press
to save the changes.
to save the changes.
again to exit.
To Turn Extended Time On/Off:
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
1. Press and hold
displayed.
9. Press
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
again to exit.
To Change Instant-On Time:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
5. Press ten, (10) times. “EXTENDED TIME NO (or YES)” is
displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
6. Use
5. Press eight, (8) times. “INSTANT ON TIME XX:XX” is
displayed. (numbers will vary by grill).
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
6. Use and to change the Instant on Time to the
desired value.
9. Press
7. Press
7. Press
and
to turn Extended Time on or off.
to save the changes.
again to exit.
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
9. Press
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To Change the Grill Function:
To Change the Alarm Mode:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
5. Press eleven, (11) times. “FUNCTION CLAMSHELL (or
FLAT)” is displayed.
5. Press thirteen, (13) times. “ALARM MODE AUTO (or
MANUAL)” is displayed.
6. Use and to toggle between Flat mode and
Clamshell mode.
6. Use and
or Manual.
7. Press
7. Press
to save the changes.
to change the Alarm Mode to either Auto
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
9. Press
9. Press
again to exit.
again to exit.
To Change the Start Delay:
To Turn Clean Mode On/Off:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
4. Press two, (2) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
5. Press twelve, (12) times. “START DELAY YES (or NO)” is
displayed.
5. Press fourteen, (14) times. “CLEAN MODE YES (or NO)”
is displayed.
6. Use
6. Use
and
to turn Start Delay on or off.
7. If Start Delay is On (YES), press
XX:XX”.
8. Use
9. Press
and
to display “DELAY TIME
to set the Delay Time to the desired value.
to save the changes.
10.Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
11.Press
again to exit.
7. Press
and
to turn Clean Mode On or Off.
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE MENU
ITEMS”
9. Press
again to exit.
To Add a Product Name in Library:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
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Service Mode
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
To Change SCK Address:
4. Press three, (3) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE PROD
NAME LIB” is displayed.
5. Press
. “PROD NAME LIB” is displayed.
6. Press
. “PROD NAME LIB” will be displayed on the top
line, with a flashing cursor on the bottom line.
7. Use and to change the character, (A-Z, 1-9,
<space>, and hyphen are available). Use
and
move the cursor position.
to
8. Press to save the new product name. “SAVE LIBRARY
ADD” is displayed.
9. Press to save. “PROGRAMMING MODE PROD NAME
LIB” is displayed.
10.Press
to exit.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press three, (3) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE PROD
NAME LIB” is displayed.
5. Press
6. Use
. “PROD NAME LIB” is displayed.
and
to select Product Name to be modified.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press three, (3) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SERVICE
MODE” is displayed.
5. Press
6. Use
7. Press
one, (1), time. “Address XX” is displayed.
and
to change to the desired SCK Address.
to save the changes.
8. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SERVICE
MODE”
9. Press
To Modify a Product Name in Library:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
1. Press and hold
displayed.
again to exit.
To Perform Limit Switch Test:
1. Press and hold
displayed.
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
2. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
3. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
4. Press three, (3) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SERVICE
MODE” is displayed.
5. Press two, (2), times. “PLATEN” (along with the position
of each switch), is displayed.
7. Press
. The first character in the Product Name will
start flashing.
6. Use and to move the platen up and down. Check
for correct switch operation:
8. Use and to change the character, (A-Z, 1-9,
<space>, and hyphen are available). Use
and
move the cursor position.
Correct Switch Operation:
Platen Up - U (Closed) L (Open)
Platen Down - U (Open) L (Closed)
to
9. Press
. “SAVE LIBRARY ADD” is displayed.
10.Press
. “SAVE LIBRARY MODIFY” is displayed.
7. Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SERVICE
MODE”.
11.Press to save. “PROGRAMMING MODE PROD NAME
LIB” is displayed.
12.Press
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8. Press
again to exit.
to exit.
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CALIBRATION
Bi-Weekly Calibration:
Tools: Digital Pyrometer with Surface Probe
Warning: PERSONAL INJURY FROM BURNS MAY RESULT
WHEN COMING IN CONTACT WITH HOT COOKING
SURFACES.
NOTE: Calibration of grills is done with release material
sheets installed.
NOTE: CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS
The control software will beep to the user when it is
appropriate to calibrate. The control will allow calibration
provided the following conditions are met:
• Temperature is currently falling from a detected peak
of 360°F or higher.
• Temperature is falling and has fallen 2°F from a
detected peak that is within the 350-360°F range. (i.e.
calibration would be allowed at 355°F if the achieved
peak temperature was 357°F)
• Temperature is rising through the 350-360°F range as a
result of a heat on pulse of less than 30 seconds.
To Calibrate:
3. Press and hold
displayed.
4. Using the Product buttons, 0-9 enter the code, (1251).
“ENTER CODE **** ” is displayed.
5. Press to enter the Programming Mode.
“PROGRAMMING MODE MENU ITEMS” is displayed.
6. Press three, (3) times. “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP” is displayed.
7. Press five, (5) times. “PROBE CAL – UPPER XXXF” is
displayed.
8. Place the surface probe of the digital pyrometer directly
on the probe location, (see diagram on following w).
9. Allow at least 5 seconds for the pyrometer to respond
and stabilize. Note the temperature on the pyrometer.
10.If the temperature on the grill control display does not
match the temperature on the pyrometer, adjust the
temperature on the grill control accordingly using the
and buttons.
1. The upper platens and lower grill plate should be at
operating temperatures to perform this calibration
procedure.
11.Press
13.Press
Turn on the Master Switch and press
mode.
to enter cooking
2. Press or to select a “CLAM” operation and allow
the grill to reach the set temperature and stabilize,
(approximately 30 minutes).
for three, (3) seconds. “ENTER CODE” is
. “PROBE CAL – GRILL XXXF” is displayed.
12.Repeat steps 8 - 10.
to save the changes.
14.Press to return to “PROGRAMMING MODE SYSTEM
SETUP”
15.Press
again to exit.
16.Repeat steps 1 - 15 at each control.
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11.5"
11.5"
5.75"
11.5"
5.75"
22.5"
5.75"
11.5"
11.5"
5.75"
5.75"
22.5"
TOP
PLATEN
(2 PLACES)
11.25"
TOP
PLATEN
(3 PLACES)
11.25"
GRILL PLATE
GRILL PLATE
24"
24"
12"
12"
6.09" 6.09"
6.09"
6.09"
18"
24"
MODEL XG24CE
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36"
MODEL XG36CE
Part # 4517129 Rev.1 (03/10/10)
TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR MESSAGES:
COMM ERROR:
NOTE: WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT ANY INSTALLATION,
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY
YOUR LOCAL GARLAND AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENCY.
Press
to reset the message and silence the beep.
MOTOR OVER CURRENT:
PROBE ERROR:
...occurs when the probe is open or not connected. The
control will turn the heat off. If the fault is in the platen
the grill can still be used with recipes that do not call
from the platen. If the grill probe is opened the grill will
not operate. The corresponding tri-color LED will turn
red indicating which element is in error. Programming is
allowed during this time.
PLATEN DOWN ERROR:
...occurs if the platen does not reach the proper position in 40
seconds or fails to move during this time. There is an audio
alarm with this message.
To cancel the message, press
...occurs when there is no communication between the
control board and the motor board.
PLATEN UP ERROR:
...occurs if the platen is below the lower limit and does not
move for 40 seconds.
HEATING ERROR:
MOTOR ERROR:
...occurs when the platen is going up or down and does not
get 5 encoder counts in 1 second when the platen is below
the lower limit moving down or above the lower limit going
up. At this message the display will flash and there will be an
audio alarm. To cancel the message the power switch must
be recycled.
IGNITION ERROR:
...occurs if the ignition feedback signal does not give the
proper signal after four tries.
.
To cancel the audio alarm press
...displayed when the platen has been mechanically resisted.
The platen will stop and move to the lower limit. Press the
GREEN/CANCEL button to eliminate this display.
.
FLASHING LED(S):
...occurs after a failure for the ignition module to ignite
the gas. The grill LED will flash while the control tries
again. If successful the LED will continue to flash until set
temperature is reached and then turn to a solid green.
...occurs when the controller does not detect a proper
temperature response over a six minute period. The
corresponding tri-color LED will turn red indicates which
element is in error.
Part # 4517129 Rev.1 (03/10/10)
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4520372
0.00
PART NUMBER
0.38
2.66
1.33
1
0.38
XG-24-F
0.56
0.74
0.00
1.33
2.66
0.00
1.33
2.66
L2/L3
7
4
6
6
3A Fuse
L2
L3
1.00 0.00
1.72
0.00
6.02
1.58
4.30
3.22
.95
DESCRIPTION
0.00
19.80 17.32
13.40 11.55
0.00
17.32
11.55
.91
4.12
3.08
L2
-
11.11
16.70
11.11
67A
69A
35
P7/1
35A
P4/9
P9/2
P9/1
P4/5
P4/8
38
MATERIAL
12.10 11.11
18.75 16.70
P4/1
P4/3
39
31
9A
P7/2
24V
120V
3A
4A
MAIN CONTROL
BLANK SIZE
-
J2/2
J2/1
J1/5
J1/9
J1/8
J1/3
J1/1
TO OTHER
MOTOR CIRCUITS
P7/3
33
8A
L3
S7 P7
12.10 11.11
L1
L1/N
415V
L3
L1
L2
TO OTHER
IGNITION CIRCUITS
TO OTHER
MOTOR CIRCUITS
TO OTHER
CTRL XFMRS
TO OTHER
CONTACTORS
400V
WIRE DIAGRAM XG-24-CE
7.33 6.02
L1/N
TO OTHER
HI-LIMITS
TO OTHER
IGNITION CIRCUITS
TO OTHER
CTRL XFMRS
STBY SWITCH
NOMINAL AMPS PER LINE
RAISE SWITCH
PILOT LAMP
5
5
15.9 12.46 12.46
L1
380V
2.54
3.36
L1/N
2
2
3
3A Fuse
3A Fuse
TB2 120 V DIST.
61A
65A
FINISH
-
J1/ 6
J1/ 4
J1/ 15
J1/ 14
J1/ 13
J1/ 12
J1/ 11
REV
0
P4/6
P4/4
P4/15
P4/14
P4/13
P4/12
P4/11
P4/10
45
44
43
42
41
40
2A
CB PLATEN
J1/ 10
L1A
L2A
L3A
35A
24
1A
26
P5/10
P5/9
P5/8
P5/7
P5/6
P5/5
P2/3
P2/4
TO OTHER SECTION
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
J2/1
J2/2
J2/11
J2/3
J2/4
J2/12
J2/5
J2/7
J2/8
J2/9
J2/10
J3/2
J2/6
J3/1
J3/3
J3/4
THERMOCOUPLE PLATEN
66A
63A
61A
24
P5/12
P5/4
P5/3
P5/11
P5/2
P5/1
P2/2
P2/1
NO
5
6
5
6
COMM
26
35A
12
12
26A
ELECTRIC ONLY
SSR3 GRIDDLE
SSR2 PLATEN
35B
35B
35A
35C
35C
35D
SSR1 PLATEN
13
14
COMM
14
35D
8
5
4
7
T2
6
71A
65A
UPPER LIMIT SWITCH
NC
4
4
LOWER LIMIT SWITCH
G
8A
5A
7A
3
2
2
3
1
1
S1 P1
73A
13
24A
11
52
51
10A
12A
T2A
6A
SSR2
PRESSURE SWITCH
62A
IGNITION RELAY
SSR1
T1A
T3A
SSR3 GRIDDLE
CONTACTOR
S8/2
S8/1
S8
MOTOR CONTROL
3A
4A
L1A
L2A
L3A
FAN MOTOR
M
THERMOCOUPLE GRIDDLE
+ -
ITEM
8.74
4.56
XG-24
L1/L3
380/400/415
LOADING KW PER PHASE
L1/N L1/L2
1
1
71A
L3A
-
XG-24-1
L/R
MODEL
TOTAL
KW
LOAD
P3
CIRCUIT BREAKER
L1A
L2A
CONTROL &MOTOR CIRCUITS
72A
S3
1
Y
X
240V
Z
MAIN SWITCH
120V
TB1
PLATEN RED
3
GRIDDLE RED
N
PLATEN YELL
E
GRIDDLE YELLOW
P6/3
P6/1
P6
1333W
P6/2
67A
72A
T10 T11 N
69A
N
IGN
S6
0 -
+
5V
*
G
68A
J68
60A
70A
G
DATE
5/23
2005
FREELAND
D
APP.
FILE NAME
45203S72
AJG AJG
DR. CK.
XG-24
AJG
MODEL(S)
DR. BY
DATE
(ANGULAR ± .5°)
(EXCEPT AS NOTED)
NA
SCALE FACTOR
05/23/05
(FLAT .XXX ± .015)
WIRING DIAGRAM
XG-24-CE
380/400/415
VOLT 50HZ
DESCRIPTION
(FORM .XXX ± .031)
TOLERANCE IN INCHES
18224
PENNSYLVANIA
APP
SIZE
DR
C
2004 GARLAND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIES
THESE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE PROPERTY OF GARLAND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIES
AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED OR REPRODUCED WITHOUT THEIR WRITTEN PERMISSION.
*** CAD PRODUCED DRAWING - DO NOT REVISE MANUALLY ***
DOC
323
PCO
J69
AJG AJG
IGNITER
SOLENOID VALVE
PULSE GROUND
ENCODER
CHANGE DESCRIPTION
RELEASED ITEM/S
10A
M
12A
HI LIMIT
1333W
PLATEN HEATERS
64A
T6
MOTOR
REV
1333W
SYM
Page 28
ACTUATOR
NOTE: THIS IS THE DIAGRAM OF ONE SECTION ONLY.
OTHER SECTIONS HAVE THE SAME WIRING DIAGRAM.
WIRING DIAGRAM
+
Part # 4517129 Rev.1 (03/10/10)
.63
.45
4.63
.45
XG-36-1
L/C/R
XG-36-F
4520371
PART NUMBER
ITEM
0.00
1.33
2.67
4.00
0.00
1.33
2.67
4.00
0.00
1.33
2.67
4.00
L2
1.18
7.42
0.00
6.06
14.01 12.16
0.00
6.06
12.16
18.23
L3
1.95
2.7
3.52
4.3
L1/N
DESCRIPTION
TO OTHER
IGNITION CIRCUITS
TO OTHER
MOTOR CIRCUITS
TO OTHER
CTRL XFMRS
1.13
7.12
0.00
5.75
13.57 11.55
19.80 17.32
0.00
5.75
11.55
17.32
1.87
4.12
3.37
4.12
1.08
-
0.00
16.70
11.14
67A
69A
35
P7/1
35A
P4/9
P9/2
P9/1
P4/5
P4/8
38
16.70
L3
P4/1
P4/3
39
31
9A
P7/2
24V
120V
3A
4A
MAIN CONTROL
BLANK SIZE
-
J2/2
J2/1
J1/5
J1/9
J1/8
J1/3
J1/1
TO OTHER
MOTOR CIRCUITS
P7/3
33
8A
MATERIAL
0.00
18.75 16.70
12.83 11.14
18.75 16.70
L1
L1/N
415V
L3
L1
S7 P7
L2
TO OTHER
CONTACTORS
400V
L2
TO OTHER
HI-LIMITS
TO OTHER
IGNITION CIRCUITS
TO OTHER
CTRL XFMRS
STBY SWITCH
NOMINAL AMPS PER LINE
RAISE SWITCH
20.48 18.23
L1
380V
6
6
PILOT LAMP
5
5
7
4
3A Fuse
WIRE DIAGRAM XG-36-CE
2.04
2.8
4.0
4.5
L1/N
2
2
3
3A Fuse
3A Fuse
TB2 120 V DIST.
61A
65A
FINISH
-
J1/ 6
J1/ 4
J1/ 15
J1/ 14
J1/ 13
J1/ 12
J1/ 11
REV
0
P4/6
P4/4
P4/15
P4/14
P4/13
P4/12
P4/11
P4/10
45
44
43
42
41
40
2A
CB PLATEN
J1/ 10
L1A
L2A
L3A
35A
24
1A
26
P5/10
P5/9
P5/8
P5/7
P5/6
P5/5
P2/3
P2/4
TO OTHER SECTION
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
J2/1
J2/2
J2/11
J2/3
J2/4
J2/12
J2/5
J2/7
J2/8
J2/9
J2/10
J3/2
J2/6
J3/1
J3/3
J3/4
THERMOCOUPLE PLATEN
66A
63A
61A
24
P5/12
P5/4
P5/3
P5/11
P5/2
P5/1
P2/2
P2/1
NO
5
6
5
6
COMM
26
35A
12
12
26A
ELECTRIC ONLY
SSR3 GRIDDLE
SSR2 PLATEN
35B
35B
35A
35C
35C
35D
SSR1 PLATEN
13
14
COMM
14
35D
8
5
4
7
T2
6
71A
65A
UPPER LIMIT SWITCH
NC
4
4
LOWER LIMIT SWITCH
G
8A
5A
7A
3
2
2
3
1
1
S1 P1
73A
13
24A
11
52
51
10A
12A
T2A
6A
SSR2
PRESSURE SWITCH
62A
IGNITION RELAY
SSR1
T1A
T3A
SSR3 GRIDDLE
CONTACTOR
S8/2
S8/1
S8
MOTOR CONTROL
3A
4A
L1A
L2A
L3A
FAN MOTOR
M
THERMOCOUPLE GRIDDLE
+ -
1
.81
8.81
XG-36-2
L/R
0.99
12.99
MODEL
380/400/415
LOADING KW PER PHASE
L1/N L1/L2 L1/L3 L2/L3
1
1
71A
L3A
-
XG-36
TOTAL
KW
LOAD
P3
CIRCUIT BREAKER
L1A
L2A
CONTROL &MOTOR CIRCUITS
72A
S3
1
Y
X
240V
Z
MAIN SWITCH
120V
TB1
PLATEN RED
3
GRIDDLE RED
N
PLATEN YELL
E
GRIDDLE YELLOW
P6/3
P6/1
P6
1333W
P6/2
67A
72A
T10 T11 N
69A
N
IGN
S6
0 -
+
5V
*
G
68A
J68
60A
70A
G
DATE
5/23
2005
FREELAND
D
APP.
45203S71
XG-36
AJG AJG
DR. CK.
FILE NAME
AJG
MODEL(S)
DR. BY
DATE
(ANGULAR ± .5°)
(EXCEPT AS NOTED)
NA
SCALE FACTOR
05/23/05
(FLAT .XXX ± .015)
WIRING DIAGRAM
XG-36-CE
380/400/415
VOLT 50HZ
DESCRIPTION
(FORM .XXX ± .031)
TOLERANCE IN INCHES
18224
PENNSYLVANIA
APP
SIZE
DR
C
2004 GARLAND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIES
THESE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE PROPERTY OF GARLAND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIES
AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED OR REPRODUCED WITHOUT THEIR WRITTEN PERMISSION.
*** CAD PRODUCED DRAWING - DO NOT REVISE MANUALLY ***
DOC
323
PCO
J69
AJG AJG
IGNITER
SOLENOID VALVE
PULSE GROUND
ENCODER
CHANGE DESCRIPTION
RELEASED ITEM/S
10A
M
12A
HI LIMIT
1333W
PLATEN HEATERS
64A
T6
MOTOR
Part # 4517129 Rev.1 (03/10/10)
REV
1333W
SYM
ACTUATOR
NOTE: THIS IS THE DIAGRAM OF ONE SECTION ONLY.
OTHER SECTIONS HAVE THE SAME WIRING DIAGRAM.
WIRING DIAGRAM continued
+
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