OPERATOR’S
M A N U A L
SPLIT & FULL VAT ELECTRIC OPEN FRYER
MODEL
MVE-072
MVE-073
MVE-074
R E G I S T E R W A R R A N T Y O N L I N E AT W W W. H E N N Y P E N N Y. C O M
Read instructions before operating the appliance
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SectionPage
Section 1.
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................1
1-1Introduction.................................................................................1
1-2 Proper Care..................................................................................1
1-3Assistance....................................................................................1
1-4Safety...........................................................................................2
Section 2.
UNPACKING/INSTALLATION..........................................................4
2-1Introduction.................................................................................4
2-2 Unpacking Instructions................................................................4
2-3 Selecting the Fryer Location........................................................5
2-4 Leveling the Fryer.......................................................................5
2-5 Ventilation of Fryer......................................................................6
2-6 Electrical Requirements ..............................................................6
2-9Dimensions..................................................................................8
Section 3.
OPERATION........................................................................................10
3-1 Operating Components...............................................................10
3-2 Set-Up Mode...............................................................................14
3-3 Filling or Adding Oil..................................................................15
3-4 Morning Start-Up Procedures ....................................................16
3-5 Cooking with Dedicated Display................................................17
3-6 Cooking with Multi-Product Display.........................................18
3-7 Change from Breakfast to Lunch & Lunch to Breakfast............18
3-8 Change from Multi-Product Display to Dedicated Display.......19
3-9 Change from Dedicated Display to Multi-Product Display.......19
3-10 Change from Multi-Product Display to Multi-Product
Display with Different Setpoint Temperatures...........................19
3-11 Quick Filter.................................................................................20
3-12 Maintenance Filter......................................................................22
3-13 Discarding Oil from Vat Using Oil Discard Shuttle...................24
3-14 Changing the Filter Pad..............................................................25
3-15 Removing and Cleaning Basket Rest.........................................27
3-16 Info Button Stats.........................................................................28
3-17 Filter Button Stats.......................................................................28
3-18 Temp Button Stats......................................................................28
3-19 Information Mode.......................................................................29
July 2014
i
TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)
Section
Page
Section 4.
LEVEL 1 PROGRAMMING............................................................. 31
4-1 Modifying Product Settings....................................................... 31
4-2 AIF Clock................................................................................... 33
4-3 Deep Clean Mode....................................................................... 34
4-4 Fryer Setup................................................................................. 38
July 2014
Section 5.
LEVEL 2 PROGRAMMING............................................................. 39
5-1 Advanced Product Settings........................................................ 39
5-2 E-Log (error code log)................................................................ 40
5-3Password.................................................................................... 41
5-4 Alert Tone................................................................................... 41
5-5 Filter Aftr.................................................................................... 42
5-6 Filter Time.................................................................................. 42
Section 6.
TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................................... 43
6-1 Troubleshooting Guide............................................................... 43
6-2 Error Codes................................................................................ 45
ii
Section 1: introduction
1-1
Introduction
1-2
PROPER CARE
The Henny Penny open fryer is a basic unit of food processing equipment. This unit is used only in institutional and commercial food
service operations.
As of August 16, 2005, the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive went into effect for the European Union. Our products have been evaluated to the WEEE directive. We have also reviewed our products to determine
if they comply with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances directive (RoHS)
and have redesigned our products as needed in order to comply. To continue
compliance with these directives, this unit must not be disposed as unsorted
municipal waste. For proper disposal, please contact your nearest Henny Penny
distributor.
As in any unit of food service equipment, the Henny Penny open fryer
does require care and maintenance. Requirements for the maintenance
and cleaning are contained in this manual and must become a regular
part of the operation of the unit at all times.
1-3
ASSISTANCE
July 2014
Should you require outside assistance, call your local independent distributor in your area, or call Henny Penny Corp. at 1-800-417-8405 or
1-937-456-8405.
1
1-4
SAFETY
The instructions in this manual have been prepared to aid you in learning
the proper procedures for your equipment. Where information is of
particular importance or is safety related, the words NOTICE, CAUTION,
or WARNING are used. Their usage is described below.
If a problem occurs during the first operation of a new unit, recheck the
Installation Section of the Operator’s Manual.
Before troubleshooting, always recheck the Operation
Section of the Operator’s Manual.
Where information is of particular importance or is safety related, the
words DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, or NOTICE are used. Their
usage is described as follows:
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL is used with DANGER, WARNING
or CAUTION which indicates a personal injury type hazard.
NOTICE is used to highlight especially important information.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a
potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result
in property damage.
CAUTION used with the safety alert symbol indicates a
potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result
in minor or moderate injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
DANGER INDICATES AN IMMINENTLY HAZARDOUS
SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED, WILL RESULT IN
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
July 2014
2
1-4
SAFETY
(Cont.)
Equipotential Ground Symbol
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Symbol
OR
Shock Hazard Symbols
OR
Hot Surface Symbols
Shows direction to turn the red handle to open the
drain valve to drain oil from vat
Shows direction to turn the yellow handle to open
the fill valve to pump oil into vat
July 2014
3
Section 2: Unpacking / installation
2-1
INTRODUCTION
This section provides the installation and unpacking instructions for the
Henny Penny MVE fryer.
Installation of this unit should be performed only by a qualified service
technician.
Do not puncture the fryer with any objects such as drills or screws as component damage or electrical shock could result.
2-2
UNPACKING
INSTRUCTIONS
Any shipping damage should be noted in the presence of the delivery agent and
signed prior to his or her departure.
1. Cut and remove the metal bands from the carton.
2. Remove the carton lid and lift the main carton off the fryer.
3. Remove corner packing supports (4).
4. Cut the stretch film from around the carrier/rack box and remove it
from the top of the fryer lid.
5. Cut and remove the metal bands holding the fryer to the pallet.
•
Do not remove shipping brace from right side of fryer until unit is
in final location as damage to fryer could result.
• Remove filter drain pan from fryer before removing fryer from
pallet or damage to the unit could result. Figure 1.
6. Remove the fryer from the pallet.
Figure 1
Take care when moving the fryer to prevent personal injury. The
fryer weighs approximately 600 lbs. (272 kg) to 800 lbs. (363 kg).
July 2014
4
2-3
SELECTING THE
FRYER LOCATION
The proper location of the fryer is very important for operation, speed,
and convenience. The location of the open fryer should allow clearances for servicing and proper operation. Choose a location which will
provide easy loading and unloading without interfering with the final
assembly of food orders. Operators have found that frying from raw
to finish, and holding the product in warmers provides fast continuous
service. Keep in mind, the best efficiency will be obtained by a straight
line operation, i.e. raw in one side and finished out the other side. Order
assembly can be moved away with only a slight loss of efficiency.
To avoid fire and ruined supplies, the area under the fryer should not be used
to store supplies.
2-4
LEVELING THE
FRYER
To prevent severe burns from splashing hot oil, position and install fryer
to prevent tipping or movement. Restraining ties may be used for stabilization.
For proper operation, the open fryer should be level from side-to-side
and front to back. Using a level placed on the flat areas around the vat
collar, on the middle well, and adjust the casters until the unit is level.
Casters adjustable up to 1.562 in (40mm)...see below.
July 2014
5
2-5
VENTILATION OF
FRYER
The fryer should be located with provision for venting into adequate
exhaust hood or ventilation system. This is essential to permit efficient
removal of steam exhaust and frying odors. Special precaution must
be taken in designing an exhaust canopy to avoid interference with the
operation of the fryer. We recommend you consult a local ventilation or
heating company to help in designing an adequate system.
Ventilation must conform to local, state, and national codes. Consult your local
fire department or building authorities.
2-6
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
Check the data plate, mounted on the inside of the left door, to determine the correct power supply.
This fryer must be adequately and safely grounded (earthed) or electrical shock could result. Refer to local electrical codes for correct grounding (earthing) procedures or in absence of local codes, with The National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-(the current edition). In Canada, all
electrical connections are to be made in accordance with CSA C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and/or local codes.
To avoid electrical shock, this appliance must be equipped with an external circuit breaker which will disconnect all ungrounded (unearthed)
conductors. The main power switch on this appliance does not disconnect
all line conductors.
(FOR EQUIPMENT WITH CE MARK ONLY!)
To prevent electric shock hazard this appliance must be bonded to other
appliances or touchable metal surfaces in close proximity to this appliance
with an equipotential bonding conductor. This appliance is equipped with
an equipotential lug for this purpose. The equipotential lug is marked with
the following symbol .
July 2014
6
2-8
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS
(Cont.)
DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION
Secure I-bolt to a building stud. Do
not attach to drywall only. Preferred
installation is approximately six inches
to either side of service. Cable restraint
must be at least six inches shorter than
flexible conduit.
An all pole, separate disconnect switch, with proper capacity fuses or
breakers must be installed at a convenient location between the fryer
and the power source, and must be installed according to national and
local codes.
It is recommended that a 30 mA rated protective device such as a residual current circuit breaker (RCCB), or ground fault circuit interrupter
(GFCI), be used on the fryer circuit.
Permanently connected electric fryers with casters must be installed
with flexible conduit and a cable restraint, when installed in the United
States. See illustration at left. Holes are available in the rear fryer frame
for securing the cable restraint to the fryer. The cable restraint does not
prevent the fryer from tipping.
The fryer is supplied with 2 different, 7 ft. (2.13 m) power cord assemblies. The cord assembly with the NEMA L21-20P twistlock plug is
wired specifically for McDonald’s Hood Interlock Receptacle only, and
supplies power to the controls.
The other power cord, supplying power to the heating system, uses
NEMA 15-60P Straight Plug, and each vat has its own power cord assembly.
The supply power cords shall be oil-resistant, sheathed flexible cable,
no lighter than ordinary polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic
elastomer-sheathed cord. It should be an insulated copper conductor
rated for 600 volts and 90o C. For runs longer than 50 feet (15.24 m),
use the next larger wire size. CE units require a minimum wire size of 6
mm to be wired to the terminal block.
July 2014
7
2-9
DIMENSIONS
Casters adjustable up to 1.562 in (40mm)
July 2014
8
Section 3: Operation
3-1.
OPERATING
COMPONENTS
1 2
8
Figure 3-1
9
3
10
4
11
12
13
7
14
15
16
Figure 3-2
July 2014
5 6
10
Refer to Figures 3-1 & 3-2 in conjunction with the description of
the functions below.
3-1
OPERATING
COMPONENTS
(Cont.)
Fig.
No.
Item
No.
Description
3-1
1
This LED lights when the control calls for heat for the left vat(s), and
the elements come on and heat the oil
3-1
2
During normal operation, press this button to start and stop cook
cycles for the left basket; press to change displayed product; also used
for √to indicate YES or to confirm
3-1
3
During normal operation, press this button to start and stop cook
cycles for the left basket; press to change displayed product; also used
for X to indicate NO or cancel
3-1
4
Digital Display
Function
Digital Display Shows the product codes; shows the timer countdown
during cook cycles; shows the prompts during the filter modes; shows
the selections in the Program Mode; shows the temperature of the oil
by pressing
guages)
; shows error codes (also displays in several lan-
3-1
5
During normal operation, press this button to start and stop cook
cycles for the right basket; press to change displayed product; press to
confirm prompts in the filter modes; also used for √ to indicate YES or
confirmation
3-1
6
During normal operation, press this button to start and stop cook
cycles for the right basket; press to change displayed product; press
to deny prompts in the filter modes; also used for X to indicate NO or
cancel
3-1
7
This LED lights when the control calls for heat for the right vat(s), and
the elements come on and heat the oil
3-1
8
Press to turn on and off the heat system for the left vat(s)
3-1
9
Each product button LED lights when that particular product has been
selected
3-1
10
Press to select the desired product; press, during naming a product, to
place the letters under the button, in the name
July 2014
11
3-1
OPERATING
COMPONENTS
(Cont.)
July 2014
Fig. No.
Item No.
Description
Function
3-1
11 & 14
3-1
12
Used in the Programming and Filtering Modes; also
used for ▲ button; press to view the following temperature stats:
a. actual oil temperature in each vat
b. setpoint temperature for each vat
3-1
13
Used in the Programming Modes; also used for ▼button; press to display the following fryer information and
stats:
a. recovery information for each vat
b. selected primary and secondary display languaages
3-1
15
Press to turn on and off the heat system for the right
vat(s)
3-2
16
When turned to the ON position, power is supplied to
the controls
Used in the Programming and Filtering Modes; also
used for ◄ or ► buttons; press to view the following
filtering stats :
a. the number of cook cycles before next filter
b. time and date of last filter cycle
12
2
RIGHT-HAND SPLIT VATS
To compensate for spacing issues,
the drain and return valve handles are
located differently for fryers with split
vats on the far right-hand side of the
fryer. See photo below.
1
5
3
6
4
Figure 3-4
July 2014
7
Fig.
No.
3-4
Item
No.
1
3-4
Description
Function
Filter Drain Pan
Assy.
Oil is drained into this pan and then is pumped through filters to
help prolong the use of the oil
2
Basket Rest
The baskets hang on this when not in use, or to drain the product
after a cook cycle
3-4
3
High Limit
Switches
Reset switches for the overheating safety switches for each well
3-4
4
Vat Covers
Covers the vat when not in use
3-4
5
Filter Valve
Handles
Yellow handles open & close filter valve when pumping oil into vat
3-4
6
Drain Valve
Handles
Red handles open & close the drain valves.
3-4
7
Purge Handle
Turn black handle to cook position (open) during operation and turn
it to the filter position (closed - shown above) during filtering.
13
3-2
SET-UP MODE
Upon initial start-up, the controls will ask to confirm the settings for the
fryer.
When the main power switch is turned on, “OFF” shows in both dison either side and *SETUP* *MODE* shows in the
plays. Press
displays, followed by, “LANGUAGE” on the left display, “ENGLISH”
on the right display.
Use ◄ or ► buttons to change the operation display to, “FRANCAIS”,
“CAN FREN”, “ESPANOL”, “PORTUG”, “DEUTSCHE”, “SVENSKA”, “РУССКИИ”.
Press ▼ to continue with the other set-up items which include:
• ZONE - USA, EUROPE, CHINA, OTHER
• TEMP FORMAT - °F or °C
• TIME FORMAT - 12-HR or 24-HR
• ENTER TIME - Time of day (use product buttons to change)
• ENTER TIME - AM or PM
• DATE FORMAT - US or INTERNATIONAL
• ENTER DATE - Today’s date (use product buttons to change)
• FRYER TYPE - GAS or ELEC
• VAT TYPE - FULL or SPLIT
• CONTROL POSITION - 1; 2; 3; 4 (position left to right)
• DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME - 1.OFF; 2.US (2007 & after);
3.EURO; 4.FSA (US before 2007)
• SETUP COMPLETE
Unless otherwise indicated, use ◄ or ► to change settings.
The Setup Mode can also be accessed from Level 1 programming. See Section
4-4.
July 2014
14
3-3
FILLING OR
ADDING OIL
The oil level must always be above the heating elements when the fryer is heating and
at the oil level indicators on the rear of the vat. Failure to follow these instructions
could result in a fire and/or damage to the fryer.
Solid oil is not recommended. Solid oil could cause clogging and pump failures.
1. It is recommended that a high quality liquid frying oil be used in the
open fryer. Some low grade oils have a high moisture content which
causes foaming and boiling over.
Figure 1
Wear gloves to avoid severe burns when pouring hot oil into vat. Oil and all
metal parts that are in contact with the oil are extremely hot, and take care
to avoid splashing.
2. Oil Capacities:
ull-size vats = 19.3 quarts/37.8 lbs (18.3 liters/16.5 kg)
F
Split-vats = 10 quarts/18.7 lbs (9.5 liters/8.5 kg).
ll vats have 2 level indicator lines inscribed on the rear wall of the
A
vat, in which, the upper-most line shows the oil at the proper level
when heated. Figures 1 & 2.
3. Place basket support inside of vat. Figure 3.
Figure 2
4. Pack solid oil into vat upto the lower level indicator (Figures 1 & 2) Press
to turn on heat and oil slowly melts. Add more oil as necessary until hot oil is even with the top level indicator line. (Figures 1 & 2).
Figure 3
July 2014
15
3-4
MORNING START-UP
PROCEDURES
1. Make sure vat is filled with oil to the proper level.
2. Move power switch to the ON position and then press
to turn
on heat for the desired vat. If display shows “IS POT FILLED?”
make sure oil is at the proper level (see Section 3-3) and then press
√ button for “YES”.
Unit automatically goes into the Melt Cycle until the oil temperature
reaches 180°F (82°C) and then control automatically exits the Melt
Cycle.
The Melt Cycle may be bypassed, if desired, by pressing √ button or X button
and holding it for 5 seconds.
The control then shows “EXIT MELT” “YES NO”. Press √ button for “YES”
and vat heats continuously until the set-point temperature is reached.
Do not bypass the Melt Cycle unless enough oil has melted to completely cover
all of the elements. If the Melt Cycle is bypassed before all elements are covered, excessive smoking of oil, or a fire will result.
DO NOT OVERLOAD, OR PLACE PRODUCT WITH EXTREME
MOISTURE CONTENT INTO THE BASKETS. 3 LBS. (1.4 KG.) IS
THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF PRODUCT PER FULL VAT AND 1-1/2
LBS. (.68 KG.) FOR THE SPLIT VATS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN OIL OVERFLOWING THE VAT
WHICH COULD CAUSE SERIOUS BURNS, PERSONAL INJURY,
FIRE AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
July 2014
16
3-5
COOKING WITH
DEDICATED DISPLAY
A dedicated display means, one product always shows in the display of
a particular vat.
1. Once out of the Melt Cycle, LOW TEMP flashes until the setpoint
temperature has been reached. No cook cycles can be started while
“LOW TEMP” shows in the display. Once the set-point temperature
has been reached, the product name now shows in the display, ex:
NUGGETS, and product now can be placed in the oil.
2. Press a timer button
or
.
3. Display shows the name of the product cooking (ex: “NUG”) and
the timer counting down.
A “DUTY” alarm may sound indicating to shake the basket for example.
4. When cook cycle is complete, an alarm sounds and display shows
“PULL”.
5. Press the timer button under PULL to stop the alarm, and lift basket
from vat.
6. If a Quality Timer (hold timer) has been programmed, the hold time
starts automatically when the user presses the timer button to end
the cook cycle. While the quality timer counts down, the display
shows the three-digit product abbreviation followed by “Qn”,
where “n” is the number of minutes remaining.
ex: “FRY” / “Q5” / “FRY” / “Q5” / “FRY” / “Q4”, etc.
t the end of the timer countdown, the control beeps and the
A
display shows “QUAL” followed by the three-digit product name:
“QUAL” / “FRY” / “QUAL”/ “FRY”. Press the timer button to
cancel the timer.
To change the dedicated product, press the desired product button,
ex:
and “<<<< >>>>” shows in the display.
Then press and hold (for 5 seconds) the timer button
or
for the vat to be used. The product name now shows in the display, ex
“HASH BRN”.
July 2014
17
3-6
COOKING WITH
MULTI-PRODUCT
DISPLAY
A multi-product display means, a product must be selected before starting a cook cycle in a particular vat.
1. Once out of the Melt Cycle, LOW TEMP flashes until the setpoint
temperature has been reached. Then the display shows “---- ----”.
2. Press a product button, for ex:
and product now can be placed
in the oil.
3. Display shows “FR FRIES”. If display shows “<<<< >>>>”, oil
temperature is not correct for that product. Either select another
or
for 5 seconds.
product, or press and hold
4. Press a timer button
or
.
5. When cook cycle is complete, the alarm sounds and display shows
“PULL”.
6. Press the timer button under “PULL”, to stop alarm. Display
then shows “---- ----”, or if a quality timer (hold time) has been
programmed, the display shows the timer counting down (see step
6, Section 3-5).
3-7
CHANGE FROM
BREAKFAST TO
LUNCH or LUNCH TO
BREAKFAST
This procedure is basically changing the product being cooked in a vat
with a dedicated display.
Breakfast to Lunch
1. Press product button, for ex:
.
2. Display shows “<<<< >>>>”.
3. Press and hold a timer button
then “FR FRIES” shows in display.
Lunch to Breakfast
1. Press product button, for ex:
or
for 5 seconds and
or
for 5 seconds and
.
2. Display shows “<<<< >>>>”.
3. Press and hold a timer button
then “HASH BRN” shows in display.
During a cooking cycle, if an attempt is made and fails to change a product in
a dedicated display or multi-product display, the set-point temperatures of the
products are not the same. Wait until the cook cycle is complete, and then perform the change procedure.
July 2014
18
3-8
CHANGE FROM
MULTIPRODUCT
DISPLAY TO A
DEDICATED DISPLAY
The display shows “---- ----” if in the Multi-Product Display Mode and
can be changed to a dedicated display.
1. Press a product button, for ex:
.
2. The display shows “FR FRIES” if the set-point of the vat matches
the product, or the display shows “<<<< >>>>” if it doesn’t.
3. Press and hold a timer button
or
control beeps.
for 5 seconds until
4. Release the timer button and display shows “FR FRIES”, indicating
the change has been made to the Dedicated Display Mode.
3-9
CHANGE FROM
DEDICATED DISPLAY
TO A MULTI-PRODUCT
DISPLAY
This procedure is simple, and always works (will not be rejected) because it never tries to change the set-point temperature.
1. Press and hold a timer button
or
control beeps.
for 5 seconds until
2. Release the timer button and display shows “---- ----”, indicating
the change has been made to the Multi-product Display Mode.
3-10
CHANGE FROM MULTIPRODUCT DISPLAY
TO A MULTI-PRODUCT
DISPLAY WITH
DIFFERENT SET-POINT
TEMPERATURES
Only products programmed for this set-point temperature will be able to be
selected for cooking.
1. Press a product button, for ex:
.
2. The display shows “FR FRIES” if the set-point of the vat matches
the product, or the display shows “<<<< >>>>” if it doesn’t.
3. Press and hold a timer button
control beeps.
or
for 5 seconds until
4. Release the timer button and display shows “FR FRIES”, indicating
the change has been made to the Dedicated Display Mode.
5. Press and hold a timer button
control beeps.
or
for 5 seconds until
6. Release the timer button and display shows “---- ----”, indicating
the change was made to the Multi-Product Display Mode, using the
set-point of french fries, in this example.
July 2014
19
3-11
QUICK FILTER
1. Press and hold
(on either side) until display shows “1.QUICK
FILTER?” “YES NO”.
If filtering is not desired, press X button and fryer resumes normal operation.
2. Check Filter Pan: If filtering is desired, press √ button for DRAIN VALVE HANDLE
YES and display shows “DRAIN PAN READY?” “YES NO”. Make sure the filter drain pan is pushed into place and the
filter pan cover is on pan.
3. Display shows “CLOSE PURGE VALVE” followed by “CONFIRM”. Turn the black purge valve handle to the filter (closed) position and press √ button.
4. Press √ button and display shows “SKIM VAT” followed by
open
closed
“CONFIRM” “YES NO”. Once the crumbs are skimmed off the
top of the oil, press √ button for YES and display shows *OPEN
DRAIN*. Turn red drain handle to open drain and the display
shows “DRAINING” and oil drains from the vat.
PURGE VALVE HANDLE
To avoid overfilling the drain pan, drain only 1 vat at a time. The drain
pan holds 1 full vat, or 2 split vats of oil. Overfilling the drain pan may
cause slippery floors, which may result in personal injury.
5. Display shows “VAT EMTY”, followed by, “CONFIRM”. Check that drain is clear and vat is empty. Press √ button.
6. Display shows “OPEN RETURN VALVE” followed by Filter position (closed)
RETURN VALVE HANDLE
“CONFIRM”. Turn the yellow return valve handle down to open valve & start pump and then press √ button. Display now shows “WASHING” and begins filtering process.
7. Once control has completed the filtering process, display shows
*CLOSE DRAIN*. Turn red drain handle to close the drain,
display shows “FILLING” and the vat then re-fills with oil.
8. Once vat is filled, display shows “IS POT FILLED” “YES NO”. Make sure vat is full and then press √ button.
open
July 2014
closed
20
3-11.
QUICK FILTER
(Cont.)
PURGE VALVE HANDLE
9. Display shows “CLOSE RETURN VALVE” followed by “CONFIRM”. Allow oil to bubble for 10 to 15 seconds and then close the yellow return valve handle. Press √ button and the control returns to normal operation.
10.Display shows “OPEN PURGE VALVE” followed by
“CONFIRM”.
IMPORTANT: Leave purge valve in closed position if more vats
need filtered. Press √ button and leave purge handle in the filter
(closed) position repeat above steps.
Cook Position (open)
Once all vats have been filtered, open purge valve, press √ button
To help ensure the vat fills completely, make sure filter pan is cleaned at least
daily, filter pad is changed, and that “O” rings on the filter pan are in good
condition.
July 2014
21
3-12
MAINTENANCE
FILTER
(Once a Day)
Put on protective gear: Be sure to use all McDonald’s approved safety
equipment including, apron, face shield and gloves. Never begin filtering until you’re wearing all safety gear. Hot oil can cause severe burns.
1. Check Filter Pan: A new filter pad should be used on the first filter of
each day, but the same filter pad can be used the rest of the day, except
for fish vats. After filtering a fish vat, the filter pad MUST be changed.
ake sure the filter drain pan is pushed into place and M
the filter pan cover is on pan.
2. Make sure oil is hot: The best results are obtained when the frying
DRAIN VALVE HANDLES
oil is filtered at the normal frying temperature. Press
off heat to vat being filtered.
3. Press and hold
FILTER?”.
to turn
(on either side) until display shows “1.QUICK
4. Press and release ▼ button and display shows “2.MAINT
FILTER?”.
5. Press √ button for YES and display shows “DRAIN PAN
open
closed
READY?” Make sure drain pan and cover are in place and press √
button. Display shows “MNT FLTR” “YES NO”.
6. Display shows “CLOSE PURGE VALVE, followed by “CONFIRM”.
Turn the black purge valve handle to close the valve and press √.
7. Press √ button for YES and “OPEN DRAIN” shows in
display. Turn red drain handle to open drain and display shows
“DRAINING” and the oil drains from the vat, or press X button for
NO and controls return to normal operation.
8. Once oil has drained from vat, use the lift tool and lift the hinged
element from the vat to clean the bottom of the vat. Figure 1.
Figure 1
Use protective cloth or gloves when lifting the element. The element may be
hot and burns could result.
Avoid putting the lift tool in the center of the elements, at the same area as the
high limit bulb, or damage to the high limit could result.
July 2014
22
3-12
MAINTENANCE
FILTER
(Cont.)
9. Use scouring tool, nylon scouring pad, and small amount of McD Fryer
Cleanser to scrub inside of vat. Be careful not to damage sensing probes.
PURGE VALVE HANDLE
Do not use steel wool, other abrasive cleaners or cleaners/ sanitizers containing chlorine, bromine, iodine or ammonia chemicals, as these will deteriorate the stainless steel
material and shorten the life of the unit.
Do not use a water jet (pressure sprayer) to clean the unit, or component damage could
result.
10. Once vat is clean, display shows “SCRUB VAT COMPLETE?”
“CONFIRM”. Press √ button for YES, display shows “OPEN RETURN
VALVE TO WASH VAT” followed by“CONFIRM”.
closed
RETURN VALVE HANDLE
11. Lower element and turn the yellow return valve handle to open
valveand press √ button.. Display shows “WASHING”. Oil circulates
through vat and once wash cycle is complete, display shows “CLOSE DRAIN”. Turn red drain handle to close drain and then display shows “IS POT FILLED?” followed by “YES NO”.
12. Once vat is full press √ button and “CLOSE RETURN VALVE” followed
by “CONFIRM” shows in display. Using yellow handle, close return
valve, press √ and then display shows “OPEN DRAIN”. Turn red handle
to open drain, display shows “RINSING”, and oil drains from vat, rinsing
the vat. When rinsing is complete, display shows “RINSE AGAIN?”
“YES NO”.
open
closed
13. Press √ button for YES if another rinse is needed, otherwise press X button
for NO. The display shows “OPEN RETURN VALVE TO POLISH?”
followed by “CONFIRM”.
14. Turn the yellow return valve handle to open valve. Oil is “polished”
by circulating it through filtering system and display shows “5:00 STOP
POLISH”. If desired, press √ button to stop polishing, otherwise oil is
polished for 5 minutes.
July 2014
23
3-12
MAINTENANCE
FILTER
(Cont.)
15. Once the oil is polished, the display shows “CLOSE DRAIN”. Turn
red drain handle to close drain and then display shows “FILLING” and
vat fills with oil. Let oil fill until it starts to bubble. Let oil bubble for
about 15 seconds to ensure all oil is out of pan.
16. Once full, the display shows “IS POT FILLED” “YES NO”. Press √
button and display shows “CLOSE RETURN VALVE” , followed by
“CONFIRM”.
17.Turn the yellow return handle to close valve, press √
button. Display shows “OPEN PURGE HANDLE”followed by
“CONFIRM”. Close the black purge handle and then press √
button. Check the level of oil in vat and add fresh if necessary until oil
is level with the top indicator line on rear wall of vat,
18. Press
3-13
DISCARDING OIL
FROM VAT USING
OIL DISCARD
SHUTTLE
to turn on heat and continue cooking.
1. Open center door, unlatch drain pan stop and pull the drain pan
assembly from under fryer.
2. Unlatch lid on discard shuttle and open lid. Roll discard shuttle
Figure 1
under fryer. Figures 2 & 23.
3. Open drain, using the appropriate red drain handle and drain oil
from vat.
Figure 2
4. Once vat is empty, close drain valve and remove the discard
shuttle from under fryer and replace with the filter pan
assembly.
Figure 3
3-15
July 2014
24
312
3-14
CHANGING THE
FILTER PAD
In order to assure good oil pumping performance, the filter pad (or
paper) should be changed and the filter pan cleaned at least
once per day.
However, in stores open 24 hours a day, the pad should
be changed twice a day.
1. With the drain pan empty, open the door, unlatch the drain pan stop and pull-out the drain pan assembly. Figure 1.
Figure 1
This pan could be hot! Use protective cloth or glove, or severe burns
could result.
If the filter pan is moved while full of oil, use care to prevent splashing,
or burns could result.
2. Lift the pan cover from the drain pan. Figure 2.
Figure 2
3. Lift the crumb basket from the drain pan. Wipe the oil and
crumbs from the crumb basket. Clean the crumb basket with
soap and water, then thoroughly rinse with hot water. Figure 3.
Figure 3
4. Remove the filter pad retaining ring and clean thoroughly with
soap and water. Rinse thoroughly with hot water. Figure 4.
Figure 4
July 2014
25
3-14
CHANGING THE
FILTER PAD
(cont.)
5. Pull the filter pad from the pan and discard pad. Figure 5.
Figure 5
6. Remove the bottom screen from pan and clean thoroughly with
soap and water. Rinse thoroughly with hot water. Figure 6.
Figure 6
7. Wipe the oil and crumbs from the drain pan. Figure 7.
Figure 7
July 2014
26
3-14
CHANGING THE
FILTER PAD
(cont.)
Clean the drain pan with soap and water, then thoroughly rinse
with hot water.
Be sure that the drain pan, bottom screen, crumb catcher, and
the retaining ring are thoroughly dry before placing filter pad
into pan as water will dissolve the filter pad.
8. Reassemble in reverse order, placing the bottom
screen into the filter pan first, followed by the filter
pad, retaining ring and the crumb catcher.
Before pushing the filter drain pan back into position, lubricate
the o-rings (Figure 8) on the filter tube with cold oil.
Figure 8
9. P
ush the filter pan assembly back underneath the
fryer, making sure the filter tube on the pan makes a
good connection with the fitting underneath the fryer.
Figure 9.
10. Make sure the drain pan stop is engaged and the fryer
is now ready for normal operation. Figure 9
Figure 9
3-15
REMOVING AND
CLEANING BASKET
REST
The basket rest, on the rear shroud of the fryer, should be
removed and cleaned periodically.
Use protective gloves when removing the basket rest. The
basket rest may be hot and burns could result.
1. Grasp the basket rest with 2 hands and pull it off the
“key-ways”.
2. Take it to a sink and clean it with soap and water. Dry
thoroughly.
3. Clean the area behind the basket rest and then reinstall the basket rest.
July 2014
27
3-16.
INFO BUTTON
STATS
Recovery Information for each Vat
1. Press and release
and REC shows in the left display and
the recovery time that oil temperature went from 250°F (121°C)
to 300°F (149°C) shows in the right display. For example,
REC
1:05 means it took 1 minute and 5 seconds for the
oil temperature to recover to 300°F (149°C) from 250°F (121°C).
Selected Languages
2. Press and release
twice and primary language shows in the left
display and secondary language shows in the right display. Press √
button under either language to switch unit operation to that language.
If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds in any of stats modes, the controls
revert back to normal operation.
Cook Cycles Remaining before Filtering
3-17.
FILTER BUTTON
STATS
1. Press and release either
or
and the left display
shows “COOKS REMAIN” and the right display shows the
number of cook cycles before the next auto filter. For example,
means after 3 more
REMA IN
3
6
cook cycles on left vat, controls ask the operator if they are ready to
filter or not. But, 6 more cook cycles remain on the right vat.
Time and Date
2. Press either
or
twice and the time-of-day and date of the
most recent filter activity shows in the displays.
Actual Oil Temperature
3-18.
TEMP BUTTON
STATS
1. Press
each vat.
and the actual oil temperature shows in the display, for
Set-point Temperature
2. Press
twice and SP shows in the display, along with the setpoint (preset) temperature of each vat.
July 2014
28
3-19
INFORMATION
MODE
This mode gathers and stores historic information on the fryer and operator’s performance. Press and hold
*MODE*” shows on the displays.
for 3 seconds, until *INFO*
Press ▲ or ▼ buttons to access the steps and press √ button to view the
statistics within each step.
This mode includes the following information:
1. FILTER STATS - filtering information for the last 7 days
2. REVIEW USAGE- information accumulated since the last time
this data was manually reset
3. LAST LOAD - information about the most recent Cook Cycle, or
the cycle presently in progress
Note: Press X button to exit from the Information Mode.
1. FILTER STATS
Press √ button to select Filter Stats and then press ◄ and ► to select the
day you want to view the stats. Then press ▲ or ▼ buttons to view the following stats:
• “FILTERED” = Number of times filtered
• “FLT BPSD” = Number of times filtering was skipped
• “FLT AVG” = Average number of cook cycles between filters
2. REVIEW USAGE
Press √ button to select Review Usage and press ▲ or ▼ buttons to view
the following:
July 2014
FUNCTION
DISPLAY EX.
Day the usage data was previously reset
Total number of cook cycles
Cook Cycles stopped before “PULL”
Number of hours the fryer was on (left)
Number of hours the fryer was on (right)
Reset Usage Data
SINCE 8:26A 4-19-10
TOTAL COOKS 462
QUIT COOK
4
L ON HRS 165
R ON HRS 160
RESET - YES NO
29
3-19
INFORMATION
MODE
(Cont.)
July 2014
3. LAST LOAD
Press √ button to select Last Load (ex: -P1- = Product 1;
”L1” = left, 1st product) and press ▲ or ▼ buttons to view the following:
FUNCTION
DISPLAY EX.
Product (Last product cooked)
Time and day last Cook Cycle was started
Actual Elapsed cook Time (Real seconds)
Programmed cook Time
Max Temp during Cook Cycle
Min Temp during Cook Cycle
Avg Temp during Cook Cycle
Heat On (percentage) during Cook Cycle
Ready? (Was fryer Ready before start?)
PRODUCT
STARTED 10.25A
ACTUAL TIME
PROG TIME
MAX TEMP
MIN TEMP
AVG TEMP
HEAT ON
READY?
30
P1- L1
AUG-11
7:38
3:00
327°F
313°F
322°F
73%
YES
Section 4: level 1 programming
4-1
MODIFYING
PRODUCT SETTINGS
Level 1 contains the following:
• Modify product settings
• AIF clock (Blocks “FILTER NOW” prompts)
• Perform the Deep Clean procedure
• Fryer Setup Mode
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 1 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PRODUCT” and
“SELECTN” show in the displays.
3. Press right √ button and ‘SELECT PRODUCT’ and “-P 1-” (ex:
NUGGETS) show in the displays.
Change Product Names
4. Use the ◄ and ► buttons to scroll through the 40 products, or
press the desired product button
.
5. Press right√ button and the product (ex: NUGGETS) shows in the
left display and “MODIFY”, and “YES NO” shows in the right
display. Press the √ button to change this product, or press the X
button to choose another product.
6. If √ button was pressed, press and release a product button and the
flashing letter changes to the first letter under the product button
is pressed, the flashing letter
that was pressed. For example, if
changes to an “A”.
Press the same button again and the flashing letter changes to a “B”.
Press it again and the flashing letter changes to a “C”. Once the
desired letter shows in the display, press ► button to continue to
the next letter and repeat the procedure.
Press and hold the right X button to exit Program Mode, or
press ▼ button to continue on to “1. COOK TIME”.
To Change Times and Temperatures
7. Press ▼ button until “COOK TIME” shows in the display, and then
to change the
use the product buttons
time in minutes and seconds, to a maximum of 59:59.
July 2014
31
4-1
MODIFYING
PRODUCT SETTINGS
(Cont.)
1. Press and release ▼ button and “TEMP” shows in display, along
with preset temperature on the right side of the display.
Press the product buttons
to change
the temperature. The temperature range is 190°F (88°C) to 380°F
(193°C).
Cook ID Change
2. P
ress ▼ button until “COOK ID” shows in the display
along with the product ID. For example, NUG would be the
ID for nuggets. Use the product buttons to change the ID,
following the same procedure as Step 6 above.
Alarms (Duty 1 & 2)
3. Press ▼ button until “DUTY 1” shows in the left display, and
an alarm time in the right display. Press the product buttons
to set an alarm.
x., If a Cook Cycle was set at 3 minutes, and an alarm was to go
E
off after 30 seconds into the Cook Cycle, “0:30” would be set in
the display at this time. When the timer counts down to 2:30 the
alarm sounds.
fter the alarm time is set, press ▼ button and “DUTY 2” shows
A
in the display, and a second alarm can be programmed.
Quality Time
4. Press ▼ button until QUAL TMR is displayed along with preset
holding time. Press product buttons
to adjust holding time, up to 2 hours, 59 minutes.
AIF Disable
5. Press ▼ button until “AIF DISABLE” shows in the display
along with “YES” or “NO”. Using ◄ and ► buttons change
the display to “YES” if that product is to not be included in the
automatic intermittent filtration operation, or “NO” if it is to be
included.
Assign Button
6. Press ▼ button until “ASSIGN BTN” shows in the display, along
with the product (ex: NUGGETS). If this product already has a
product button assigned to it, that LED will be lit. To assign other
product buttons to that product, press and hold the product button
for 3 seconds and that LED stays lit. To remove a product from a
button, press and hold the product button with a lit LED and the
LED goes out.
July 2014
32
4-2.
AIF CLOCK
This feature allows the controls to be set for periods of the day that
block the automatic “Filter Now” prompts. For example, the controls
could be set to not interrupt with “Filter Now” prompts during the lunch
rush, and during the supper rush.
Each AIF Blocking period is defined by a start time (a time of day,
XX:XX A, etc) and a duration in minutes.
Weekdays M-F are all grouped together. Up to four different AIF
blocking periods may be programmed throughout the day for Monday Friday. (All days share the same settings.)
A separate set of four blocking periods may be programmed for Saturdays, and a final set of four blocking periods may be programmed for
Sundays.
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 1 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PRODUCT” and
“SELECTN” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button once and “AIF CLOCK” show in the displays.
4. Press √ button and use ◄ and ► buttons to scroll through
“ENABLE” and “DISABLE” and then press √ button again to
select one.
5. If “ENABLE” is chosen, then ▲ and ▼ buttons can be use to scroll
through the following list of blocking periods:
Left Display M-F 1 M-F 2 M-F 3
M-F 4 SAT 1 SAT 2 SAT 3 SAT 4 SUN 1 SUN 2 SUN 3 SUN 4 July 2014
33
Right Display
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
XX:XX A XX
4-2.
AIF CLOCK
(Cont.)
In 12-hour clock mode, there are three items on each line: the start time
“XX:XX”, the A or P (am/pm) setting, and the “XX” duration. Use the ◄
and ► buttons to set these items, which flashes when the item is selected.
To set a new start time setting, use the product buttons
, to enter the new value.
Press the ► button to step over to the AM/PM setting. The A or P can
be toggled by pressing the ‘0’ product button.
Press the ► button again to step over to the duration value
(in minutes). Enter a new value using the product buttons,
.
In 24-hour clock mode, there are only two items on each line: the time
(XX:XX) and the duration (XX). Again, the ◄ and ► buttons step you between these items.
Press the right-side X button to exit out of AIF Clock programming mode.
4-3
DEEP CLEAN MODE
Put on protective gear: Be sure to use all McDonald’s approved safety
equipment including, apron, face shield and gloves. Never begin Deep
Clean process until you’re wearing all safety gear. Hot oil or water can
cause severe burns.
1. Cover adjoining vats to avoid accidentally contaminating oil with
fryer Deep Clean solution.
Do not cook product in an adjoining vat when the Deep Clean process is in
progress to avoid contaminating the oil and product.
2. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 1 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
3. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PRODUCT” and
“SELECTN” show in the displays.
4. Press ▼ button twice and “DEEP CLEAN” shows in the displays.
Press √ button and display shows “DEEP CLN?”, along with “YES
NO”. Press √ button. Full vat fryers, go on to step 6.
July 2014
34
4-3
DEEP CLEAN MODE
(Cont.)
5. Split vat fryers only! Display shows “LEFT RGHT”, asking you to
select which vat will be cleaned. Press √ button to select left vat, or
X button for the right vat.
6. Display shows “OIL RMVD” “YES NO”
7. If oil has already been removed, press √ button and control skips
down to “Solution Added?” step.
If vat still has oil, press X button and display shows “MUST
DRAIN OIL” and “OFF” and then exits Deep Clean Mode. Dispose
of oil per Section 3-13.
Once vat is empty, close drain and repeat steps 2 to 6 and press √.
8. Display shows “SOLUTION ADDED?” “YES NO”. Mix McD
Heavy-Duty Degreaser Solution in the vat to be cleaned and fill
vat to 1 in. (25 mm) above the top fill line. Then press √ button and
display shows “START CLEAN” “YES NO”.
9. Press √ button display shows “CLEANING”, and a countdown
timer. Heat regulates to 195°F (91°C) for this step for one hour.
Add water as needed during cleaning process to keep solution 1 in. (25 mm)
above the top fill line.
To stop the cleaning cycle early, press X button. The display shows “QUIT
DEEP CLN” “YES NO”. Press the √ button to cancel the rest of the countdown time and proceed to the rinse steps.
10.Follow McDonald’s vat cleaning procedure and at the end of the
one hour, display shows “CLN DONE” and beeps. Press √ button
and display then shows “REMOVE SOLUTION FROM VAT”.
11. Empty filter drain pan of internal filtering components, take the
components to a sink to be cleaned. Return the empty filter drain
pan and cover to the fryer.
July 2014
35
4-3
DEEP CLEAN MODE
(Cont.)
12.Using a 1/2 gal. (2 liter) pitcher, remove solution from vat, pouring
it into a heat-resistant bucket for disposal. Any remaining solution
can be drained into the drain pan for disposal, in step 14 below.
Press √ button and display shows “VAT EMTY” “CONFIRM”.
• To avoid burns when pouring hot solution, wear gloves and protective gear and take care to avoid splashing.
• To avoid burns during operation, do not pump cleaning solution
or water from drain pan into vat or oil lines.
13.Once vat is empty, press √ button and display shows “SCRUB VAT
COMPLETE” “YES NO”. Use brush to clean element and scour
pad to clean vat, if needed.
Do not scrape the electric fryer elements, or use the scouring pad on the elements. This produces scratches on the surface of the element causing breading
to stick and burn.
Do not use steel wool, other abrasive cleaners, or cleaners/ sanitizers containing chlorine, bromine, iodine, or ammonia chemicals as these will deteriorate
the stainless steel material and shorten the life of the unit.
Do not use a water jet (pressure sprayer) to clean unit or component damage
could result. Make sure the inside of the vat, the drain valve opening, and all
the parts that will come in contact with the new oil are as dry as possible.
DRAIN VALVE HANDLES
Use the lift tool and lift the hinged element from the vat as needed.
14.Once scrub is complete, Press √ button. Display shows “DRAIN PAN READY?”. Make sure drain pan and cover are in place, press
button and display shows “OPEN DRAIN”
√
15.Turn red drain valve handles to open drain and display shows
“RINSE VAT”.
open
July 2014
closed
36
4-3
DEEP CLEAN MODE
(Cont.)
16. Pour clean water into vat to rinse vat and allow rinse water to drain
into drain pan. Rinse at least 3 times, but be careful not to overfill
the drain pan. Display now shows “RINSE COMPLETE” “YES
NO”.
17.Once vat is completely rinsed, press the √ and display shows VAT
DRY?” “YES NO”.
To avoid burns, make sure all water and cleaning solution has been
removed from the vat.
18.Pull drain pan from under fryer and empty, using the 1/2 gal. (2
liter) pitcher and pouring it into a heat-resistant bucket for disposal.
19.Thoroughly dry the vat with a towel, press the √ button and display
shows “CLOSE DRAIN”. Turn red drain valve handle to close
drain and controls return to normal operation.
See Filling or Adding Oil Section for refilling the vat.
July 2014
37
4-4
FRYER SETUP
This mode has the same settings as seen upon initial start-up of the
fryer. See Setup Mode, Section 3-3.
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 1 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PRODUCT” and
“SELECTN” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button 3 times and “FRYER SETUP” show in the displays.
4. Press √ button and *SETUP* *MODE* shows in the displays,
followed by, “LANGUAGE” on the left display, “ENGLISH” on
the right display.
Use ◄ or ► buttons to change the operation display to, “FRANCAIS”,
“CAN FREN”, “ESPANOL”, “PORTUG”, “DEUTSCHE”, “SVENSKA”, “РУССКИИ”.
Press ▼ to continue with the other set-up items which include:
• ZONE - USA, EUROPE, CHINA, OTHER
• TEMP FORMAT - oF or oC
• TIME FORMAT - 12-HR OR 24-HR
• ENTER TIME - Time of day (use product buttons to change)
• ENTER TIME - AM OR PM
• DATE FORMAT - US OR INTERNATIONAL
• ENTER DATE - Today’s date (use product buttons to change)
• FRYER TYPE - GAS or ELEC
• VAT TYPE - FULL OR SPLIT
• DISPOSE BULK OIL - YES/NO (BULK has RTI system)
• SUPPLY BULK OIL - YES/NO (BULK has RTI system)
• CONTROL POSITION - 1; 2; 3; 4 (position left to right)
• DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME - 1.OFF; 2.US (2007 & after)
3.EURO; 4.FSA (US before 2007)
Unless otherwise indicated, use ◄ or ► to change settings.
July 2014
38
Section 5: level 2 programming
5-1
ADVANCED PRODUCT
SETTINGS
Used to access the following:
• Advanced changes to product settings
• Error code log
• Password programming
• Alert Tone/Volume
• No. of cook cycles before filter is suggested
• Automatic filter time
1. Press
and
hold and buttons until LEVEL - 2 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PROD” and
“COMP” show in the displays.
3. Press right √ button and ‘SELECT PRODUCT’ and “-P 1-” show in
the displays.
4. Use the ◄ and ► buttons to scroll through the 40 products, or
press the desired product button.
5. Press right √ button and the product (ex: NUGGETS) shows in the
left display and “MODIFY” “YES NO” shows in the right display.
Press the √ button to change this product, or press the X button to
choose another product.
>Load Compensation, Load Compensation Reference,
Full Heat, PC Factor<
6. If √ button was pressed, “LD COMP” shows in the display along
with the load compensation value. This automatically adjusts the
time to account for the size and temperature of the cooking load.
to change
Press the product buttons
this value of 0 to 20.
7. P
ress ▼ button until “LCMP REF” shows in the display along with
the load compensation average temperature. (if load compensation
is set to “OFF”, then “_ _ _” shows in display and setting cannot
be programmed) This is the average cooking temperature for each
product. The timer speeds up at temperatures above this setting and
slows down at temperatures below this setting. Press the product
to change this value.
buttons
July 2014
39
5-1
ADVANCED PRODUCT
SETTINGS
(Cont.)
8. Press ▼ button until “FULL HT” shows in the display along with
the full heat value in seconds, which means the heat is on as soon as
a timer button is pressed, for the programmed length of time. Press
to change this
the product buttons
value of 0 to 90 seconds.
9. Press ▼ button until “PC FACTOR” shows in the display along
with the proportional temperature, which helps to keep the oil from
over-shooting the setpoint temperature. Press the product buttons
to change this value of 0 to 50 degrees.
• Use ▲ button to go back to previous menu items.
• Press X button when finished with the current product, to return to the
•
5-2
E-LOG
(error code log)
PRODUCT SELECTN step.
Press X button a second time to exit PROD COMP mode.
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 2 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PROD” and
“COMP” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button and “E-LOG” shows in the display.
4. Press right √ button and “A” plus the present date & time flashes on
the display, along with *NOW*”.
5. Press ▼ and if an error was recorded, “B” and the date, time, and
error code information shows in display. This is the latest error code
that the controls recorded.
6. Press ▼ and the next latest error code information can be seen. Up
to 10 error codes (B to K) can be stored in the E-Log Section.
Press and hold the right √ button to view a brief description of the error.
July 2014
40
5-3
PASSWORD
The 4-digit passwords can be changed for access to Set-Up, Usage,
Level 1, Level 2, & Get Mgr.)
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 2 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PROD” and
“COMP” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button twice and “PASSWORD” shows in the display.
4. Press right √ button and “SET UP” shows in display. The Set up
password can be changed at this time, or press ▼ once to change
the USAGE password, twice for LEVEL 1 password, 3 times for
LEVEL 2 password, or 4 times for GET MGR password. And then,
follow instructions below.
5. If the password for the Set Up Mode (for example) is to be
changed, press right √ button and “MODIFY? “YES NO”
shows in the display. Press right √ button to change the 4-digit
password for the Set Up Mode, using the product buttons
.
6. Once new password is entered, “CONFIRM PASSWORD” shows
in the display. Press √ button to confirm, or press X to choose
another password.
5-4
ALERT TONE
(and volume)
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until “LEVEL - 2” shows in
the display, followed by “ENTER CODE”.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PROD” and
“COMP” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button 3 times and “ALERT TONE” shows in the display.
4. Press right√ button and “VOLUME” shows in the display,
along with the volume value. Use the product buttons
to set the volume from 1 (softest) to 10
(loudest).
5. Once volume is set, press √ button and “TONE” shows in
display, along with the tone value. Use the product buttons
to set the tone from 50 to 2000 Hz.
6. Press X to exit Alert Tone Mode.
July 2014
41
5-5
FILTER AFTER
This is the number of cook cycles between filters.
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 2 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PROD” and
“COMP” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button 4 times and “FLTR AFTR” shows in the
display, along with the filter after value. Use the product buttons
to set the number of cook cycles
before the controls suggest filtering, 0 to 99.
4. Once set, press √ button to confirm.
5-6
FILTER TIME
This is the amount of time fryer sits idle until filter is suggested.
1. Press and hold
and
buttons until LEVEL - 2 shows in the
display, followed by ENTER CODE.
2. Enter code 1, 2, 3, 4 (first 4 product buttons). “PROD” and
“COMP” show in the displays.
3. Press ▼ button 5 times and “FLTR TIME” shows in the display,
along with the idle time (hours:minutes). Use the product buttons
to set the time the fryer sits idle before
the controls suggest filtering, 0 to 18:00 (18 hours).
4. Once set, press √ button to confirm.
July 2014
42
Section 6: Troubleshooting
6-1
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Cause
Correction
POWER switch ON
but fryer completely
inoperative
• Open circuit
• Plug fryer in
• Check breaker or fuse at supply box
• ( Non-US/some Int’l. locations only)
Breakers in fryer tripped-open left door and reset
breaker on fryer; See below
Oil will not heat but
lights are on
No Heat error
“E-22”
• A
ll power cords not
plugged-in
• U
nit has 2 power cords; make sure both are
plugged-in; have heat circuit checked
Control error code
“E-10”
• Open high limit circuit
• A
llow heating elements to cool (15-20 minutes) and
reset high limit by pressing down and releasing raised
side of the switch for the vat that is not operating;
switches are located behind right door; if high limit
does not reset, high limit must be replaced
Vat is under-filled
• Filter pan needs cleaned
• Clean filter pan and change paper or pad
July 2014
43
6-1
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
(Cont.)
Problem
Cause
Correction
Oil foaming or boiling
over top of vat
•
•
•
•
ater in oil
W
Improper or bad oil
Improper filtering
Improper rinsing after cleaning the vat
Oil will not
drain from vat
• D
rain valve clogged with
crumbs
• Drain trough clogged
•
•
•
•
Drain and clean oil
Use recommended oil
Refer to filtering procedures
Clean and rinse vat and then dry thoroughly
• Open valve, use straight white brush to
force crumbs through drain valve
Do not leave brush in drain valve.
• Remove right side panel and remove plug
from end of trough and clean trough
Filter motor runs but
pumps oil slowly
• F
ilter line connections loose
• Filter paper or pad clogged
• T
ighten all filter line connections
• Change filter paper or pad
Bubbles in oil during
entire filtering process
• F
ilter pan not completely
engaged
• Filter pan clogged
• Damaged O-ring on filter line
receiver on fryer
• Make sure filter pan return line is pushed
completely into the receiver on the fryer
• Clean pan and change paper or pad
• Change O-ring
Control error code “E-31”
• Elements are up
• Lower elements back into vat
Filter motor will not run
• P
ower cord for vat #1 is not
plugged-in
• Open circuit
• Plug power cord into receptacle
• T
he thermal reset button on
the rear of the pump motor is
tripped
July 2014
44
• B
reakers in fryer tripped-open left door
and reset breaker on fryer
• Allow time for the motor to cool; Using a
screwdriver, press hard against the button
until it clicks
In the event of a control system failure, the digital display shows an error
message. The message codes are shown in the DISPLAY column below. A
constant tone is heard when an error code is displayed, and to silence this
tone, press any button.
6-2
ERROR CODES
DISPLAY
CAUSE
CORRECTION
“E-4”
Control board overheating
Turn switch to OFF position, then turn switch back to ON;
if display shows “E-4”, the control board is getting too hot;
check the louvers on each side of the unit for obstructions
“E-5”
Oil Overheating
Turn switch to OFF position, then turn switch back to ON;
if display shows “E-5”, the heating circuits and temperature
probe should be checked
“E-6A”
Temperature probe open
Turn switch to OFF position, then turn switch back to ON;
if display shows “E-6A”, the temperature probe should be
checked
“E-6B”
Temperature probe shorted
Turn switch to OFF position, then turn switch back to ON;
if display shows “E-6B”, the temperature probe should be
checked
“E-10”
High limit
Allow heating elements to cool (15-20 minutes) and reset high
limit by pressing down and releasing raised side of the switch for
the vat that is not operating; switches are located behind right
door; if high limit does not reset, high limit must be replaced
“E-15”
Drain switch
Make sure drain handle is completely turned to the close
position; if E-15 persists, have drain switch checked
“E-21”
Slow heat recovery
Have a certified service technician check the fryer for correct
voltage to the unit; have the contactors and heating element
checked; have unit checked for loose or burnt wires
6-3
July 2014
45
6-2
ERROR CODES
DISPLAY
CAUSE
CORRECTION
“E-22”
Heat Error-No Heat
Check power cord and have heat circuit checked
“E-31”
Elements are up
Lower elements back into the vat
“E-41”,
“E-46”
Programming failure
Turn switch to OFF, then back to ON; if display shows any
of these error codes, have the controls re-initialized; if error
code persists, have the control board replaced
“E-47”
Analog converter chip or 12
volt supply failure
Turn switch to OFF, then back to ON; if “E-47” persists, have
the PC board replaced
“E-48”
Input system error
Turn switch to OFF, then back to ON; have control PC board
replaced if “E-48” persists
“E-54C”
Temperature input error
Turn switch to OFF, then back to ON; have control PC board
replaced if “E-54C” persists
“E-70C”
Drain valve jumper wire
missing or disconnected
Have the jumper wire checked on the PC board at drain
switch interlock position
July 2014
46
Henny Penny Corporation
P.O.Box 60
Eaton,OH 45320
1-937-456-8400
1-937-456-8402 Fax
Toll free in USA
1-800-417-8417
1-800-417-8434 Fax
www.hennypenny.com
*FM05-071-B*
Henny Penny Corp., Eaton, Ohio 45320, Revised 7-10-14
Download PDF

advertising