INSTALLATION /
OPERATION & SERVICE
MANUAL
GARLAND 3 PLATEN
GAS & ELECTRIC
CLAMSHELL GRILLS
WITH PRODUCT RECOGNITION
MODELS:
MWE3W-1
MWE3S-1
MWG3W-1
®
C
US
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.
INSTALLATION AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION MUST
COMPLY WITH CURRENT CODES:
IN CANADA - THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE
PART 1 AND / OR LOCAL CODES.
IN USA – THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ANSI /
NFPA – CURRENT EDITION.
ENSURE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CONFORMS WITH
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS SHOWN ON THE
RATING PLATE.
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
MANUFACTURED EXCLUSIVELY FOR McDonald’s BY
GARLAND COMMERCIAL RANGES
http://www.garland-group.com
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INSTALLATION/OPERATION & SERVICE MANUAL- 3P-1
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION _________________________________ 5
WARRANTY ____________________________________ 5
SHIPPING DAMAGE PROCEDURE ___________________ 5
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS ____________________ 8
Dimension Models: MWE3W-1, MWG3W-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Dimension Models: MWE3S-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
ELECTRICAL INPUT SPECIFICATIONS - DELTA ________ 10
ELECTRICAL INPUT SPECIFICATIONS - WYE _________ 12
Input Specifications, GAS Grills, North America: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Input Specifications, GAS Grills, CE Approved Model MWG3WCE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
INSTALLATION & START UP _______________________ 14
Installation Store Responsibilities: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
A start-up DOES NOT include: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
A start-up DOES include: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Items included with the purchase of your new grill from Manufacturer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Items NOT included from the manufacturer and should be
purchased from the Kitchen Equipment Supplier (KES): . . . . . .14
Installation of Casters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Power Supply Connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Mennekes 3 & 5 Pins (Option 1). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Mennekes 7 Pins (Option 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Terminal Blocks Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Exhaust hood Type & Platen Height. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
LonWorks Information & Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Setting the Proper Combustion Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Start-up Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Grill StartUp Sample . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
TEMPERATURE PROBE CALIBRATION ______________ 22
THERMOCOUPLE LOCATION _____________________ 25
INSTALLATION OF WRAP AROUND RELEASE MATERIAL
MOUNTING BRACKETS __________________________ 26
INSTALLATION OF SPLASH SHIELD ________________ 26
INSTALLATION OF RELEASE MATERIAL _____________ 27
INSTALLATION OF VAPOR SHIELD _________________ 28
GRILL ACCESSORIES ____________________________ 28
Splash Shield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Teflon Wraparound Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Vapor Shield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
3Phase 4-Wire (50 & 30 Amps) Cord. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Teflon Sheet, Rod & Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE _____________________ 31
PULL / PUSH GRILL PROCEDURE __________________ 34
DESCRIPTION OF GRILL CONTROL _________________ 35
ERROR MESSAGING _____________________________ 36
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OPERATION PROCEDURES _______________________ 36
General Overview: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
To turn the grill on:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
To Select a Menu item: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Menu Item Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Indicator Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
To enter the standby mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
To Exit the standby Mode: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
To display the current temperatures:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Breakfast In Manual mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Lunch In Manual mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
To Change The Cook Time for a Menu Item. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Breakfast In Auto mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Lunch In Auto mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Transition Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
To Shutdown Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
PRODUCT RECOGNITION ________________________ 39
COMMON PRODUCT RECOGNITION ISSUES _________ 40
PATTY PLACEMENT _____________________________ 41
BEEF INTEGRITY ________________________________ 42
PROGRAM LOGIC TREE; PRODUCT MENU ___________ 43
CONTROL PROGRAMMING; PRODUCT MENU _______ 44
To change the name of an existing menu item . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
To activate / deactivate a menu item in the Normal Operating
mode library, or change its day-part . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
To change the grill surface set point temperature . . . . . . . . . . . .44
To change the grill upper platen set point temperature . . . . . .44
To Change the INSTANT ON TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
To Change the REMOVE IN TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
To Change the MULTI STAGE TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
To Change the REMOVE ALARM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
To Change the GAP SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
To Change the GAP MUL/PR START . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
To Change the GAP MULTI STAGE (1,2 or3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
To Change the MUST REMOVE IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
To Change the TOAST BUNS TIME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
To Change the TOAST BUNS ALARM (Auto / Manual) . . . . . . . . .46
To Change the TOO COOL FLAG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
To Change the FLIP TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
To Change the FLIP ALARM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
To Change the SEAR TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
To Change the SEAR ALARM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
To Add NEW Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
To activate Clean Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
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PROGRAM LOGIC TREE; SYSTEM MENU ____________ 49
PROGRAM LOGIC; CONFIGURATION & CALIBRATION
SUBMENU _____________________________________ 50
CONFIGURATION SUBMENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
CALIBRATION SUBMENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
PROGRAM LOGIC; CALIBRATION SUBMENU _________ 51
CALIBRATION SUBMENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
PROGRAM LOGIC; CALIBRATION SUBMENU _________ 52
CALIBRATION SUBMENU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
SERVICE SUBMENU. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
CONTROL PROGRAMMING; SYSTEM MENU _________ 53
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING ______________________ 55
Factory Default Setting - Product Menu - World . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Factory Default Setting - Product Menu - Canada, Australia &
UK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Factory Default Setting - Product Menu - Japan & Hong Kong 57
PLATEN LEVELING ______________________________ 58
TO SET REED SWITCHES _________________________ 62
TO REPLACE MAGNET ASSEMBLY _________________ 63
TO REPLACE THE REED SWITCH ___________________ 64
REED SWITCH OPERATION _______________________ 65
TO REPLACE THE LINEAR ACTUATOR _______________ 68
TO REPLACE TOP PLATEN ASSEMBLY ______________ 70
TO REPLACE THE SHAFT SEALS ___________________ 71
TO REPLACE THE SHAFT SEALS & CAP O-RINGS ______ 71
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TO UPDATE MAIN CONTROL SOFTWARE ___________ 73
TO UPDATE MOTOR CONTROL SOFTWARE __________ 75
ELECTRIC HEATING ELEMENTS ____________________ 76
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE INFORMATION _________ 78
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE INFORMATION _________ 79
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE INFORMATION _________ 80
ERROR CODES TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE INFORMATION _________________________________________ 84
GRILL EXTERIOR, ALL MODELS ___________________ 104
GRILL EXTERIOR, ALL MODELS ___________________ 105
GRILL ELEMENT, ELECTRIC MODELS ______________ 106
GRILL ELEMENT, ELECTRIC MODELS ______________ 107
GAS BURNER, GAS MODELS _____________________ 108
GAS BURNER, GAS MODELS _____________________ 109
UPPER PLATEN ASSEMBLY, ALL MODELS __________ 110
UPPER PLATEN ASSEMBLY, ALL MODELS __________ 111
PLATEN LIFTING MECHANISM, ALL MODELS _______ 112
PLATEN LIFTING MECHANISM, ALL MODELS _______ 113
WIRING HARNESSES, ALL MODELS _______________ 114
WIRING DIAGRAM, MWE3W/S 200-240V - DELTA 50/60 _
119
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (CE Marked Models) 124
INDEX _______________________________________ 125
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INTRODUCTION
The Garland clamshell grill, manufactured exclusively for McDonald’s, 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 of McDonald’s standards for
safety, efficiency, and cleanliness.
WARRANTY
This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship under normal use providing that:
a.
the equipment has not been accidentally or intentionally damaged, altered or misused.
b.
the equipment is properly installed, adjusted, operated and maintained in accordance with national and local
codes and in accordance with the installation instructions provided with this product.
c.
the warranty serial number affixed to the appliance by us has not been defaced, obliterated or removed.
d.
an acceptable report for any claim under this warranty is supplied to us.
The equipment warranty coverage remains in force for two (2) years, (parts and labor), from the date the equipment is
put into operation.
The Garland Group agrees to repair or replace, at it’s option, any part that proves to be defective in material or
workmanship at no charge for the part or normal labor.
We assume no responsibility for installation, adjustments, diagnosis, or normal maintenance such as: lubrication of
springs or valves. We exclude failures caused by erratic voltage or gas supplies.
We assume no responsibility for travel costs beyond 100 miles round trip, travel other than overland, and overtime
costs of repair.
We exclude broken glass, paint and porcelain finish, surface rust, gasket material, ceramic material, light bulbs and
fuses from normal coverage.
We exclude damage or dysfunction caused by fire, flood, and like “Acts of God” that are beyond the control of The
Garland Group.
The Garland Group’s liability on a claim of warranty shall not exceed the price of the material and/or service, which
caused the claim.
This warranty is limited and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied. The Garland Group, our employees,
or our agents shall not be held liable for any claims of personal injury or consequential damage or loss.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
SHIPPING DAMAGE PROCEDURE
Please note that the Garland equipment was carefully inspected and packed by skilled personnel before leaving the
factory. The transportation company assumes full responsibility for safe delivery upon acceptance of the equipment. What
to do if the equipment arrives damaged:
1.
2.
3.
File a claim immediately regardless of the extent of damage.
Be sure to note, “visible loss or damage,” on the freight bill or express receipt and have the person making the delivery sign it.
Concealed loss or damage: if damage is unnoticed until the equipment is unpacked, notify the freight company immediately, (within 15 days), and file a concealed damage claim.
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SAFETY
This appliance is for professional use and shall be used only by qualified personnel.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away. This appliance is not intended for
use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.”
CAUTION: THIS EQUIPMENT MUST ONLY BE OPERATED UNDER AN APPROVED HOOD SYSTEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH
LOCAL REGULATIONS IN FORCE.
DO NOT OPERATE THE GRILL UNLESS IT HAS BEEN COMMISSIONED (START-UP) BY A FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.
DO NOT operate the grill without reading this operation manual.
DO NOT operate the clamshell grill unless it has been properly installed and grounded.
DO NOT operate the clamshell grill unless all service and access panels are in place and fastened properly.
Means of disconnection, must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with local wiring rules (such as a switch, fuse,
or circuit breaker). External equipotential bonding conductor provided on rear of appliance. Use as applicable, in accordance
with local wiring rules.
The Garland clamshell grill is a semi-automatic cooking appliance. The upper platen is lowered automatically, following the
manual, single-handed or two handed based on the model, initiation of the cooking cycle, and raised automatically upon
completion of the cooking cycle.
WARNING:
When two sided cooking, the area between the upper platen and the griddle plate and the area between upper platen and
ventilation hood should be regarded as a “DANGER ZONE”. During two sided cooking the operator must keep body parts
and tools clear of the danger zone when platens are in motion. When used as a flat grill, unexpected movement of platens
can occur during cleaning or servicing. For whatever reason, be it cleaning, maintenance or normal operation, any exposed
person must use extreme caution if within this danger zone. Temperatures on solid cooking surfaces are intended to operate
above 120C (250F).
In two sided cooking the upper platen remains in the lowered position by nature of it’s own weight. It is not locked down. It can
be raised by lifting of the handle on the front of the platen, which pivots the platen about its rear mounting point.
The clamshell grill must only be used for single and two sided cooking of foodstuffs in a McDonald’s store.
SOUND EMISSIONS: Sound pressure levels at the grill operator’s position may exceed 70 dB(A) when audible alarms are active.
Audible volume may be adjusted to below 70 dB(A). See Control Programming Section.
WARNING: To avoid serious personal injury: DO NOT attempt to repair or replace any part of the clamshell grill unless all main
power supplies to the grill have been disconnected.
USE EXTREME CAUTION in setting up, operating and cleaning the clamshell 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.
WARNING: This appliance must not be cleaned with a water jet. DO NOT apply ice to a HOT grill surface.
NOTE: All warning labels and markings on the grill, which call attention to further dangers and necessary precautions.
HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD, (HCS) - The procedures in this manual include the use of chemical products. These
chemical products will be printed in bold face, followed by the abbreviation (HCS) in the text portion of the procedure. See the
Hazard Communication Standard, (HCS) manual for the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheet(s), (MSDS).
WARNING: After turning the master power switch to the START position, the grill will go through an initialization process. If the
upper platens are in the lowered position they will return to their raised upper position.
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SAFETY
MAINTENANCE - the platen support arms carriage block bearing bushings, the platen adjuster nuts, the platen support (shoulder)
bolt and the cam follower should be checked annually for wear. Should there be any noticeable play in the bearing bushings
and any visible wear on the platen adjuster nuts, platen support bolts or cam follower, then they must be replaced.
MAINTENANCE - the audible alarm that sounds at the end of a cook cycle is to advise the operator that the platen is about
to move. The function of this device may be tested by pushing the left hand CANCEL button. If no sound is heard, ensure that
the alarm volume is not set too low in SYSTEM SETUP. If there is still no sound then a service engineer should be called out to
rectify the fault.
SERVICE AND CLEANING - The grill may be secured in the grill bay by the installer using two anchors that lock onto the front
casters. If the grill is to be moved out of the bay for cleaning or service, remove the anchor from each caster by turning the knob
counterclockwise to loosen the retainer. When the retainer is free of the caster, lay the assembly aside on the floor.
CLEANING - NEVER clean the grill, interior or exterior, using a high-pressure sprayer, water jet, vapor steam cleaner or any other
liquid sprayer. NEVER use ice to cool the grill for cleaning. USE ONLY approved cleaners by McDonald’s.
NOTE: If anchors are present, the anchor assembly remains fastened to the back wall of the grill bay. After service or cleaning
is complete, return the grill to its position in the bay and reattach the anchors by placing the retainer on the caster post and
turning the knob clockwise to tighten. For safety reasons, the grill must be secured in the grill bay in this manner before operation can resume.
WARNING:
Pinch Hazard keep hands and tools clear when platens are in motion. Unexpected movement of platens can occur during
cleaning or servicing process. Turn Grill Off at main switch when cleaning platen.
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MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
19.001
[483mm]
Dimensions:
Models MWE3W-1, MWG3W-1
MWG3W ONLY
7.110
[181mm]
7.111
[181mm]
4.895
[124mm]
24.000
[610mm]
(PLATE DEPTH)
34.968
[888mm]
5.475
[139mm]
38.000
[965mm]
4.064
[103mm]
"COLD ZONE"
.737
[19mm]
36.000
[914mm]
(PLATE WIDTH)
SK07-587 (GAS)
48°
MWG3W ONLY
1.500
[38mm]
1.146
[29mm]
22.835
[850mm]
28.771
[731mm]
.787
[20mm]
1.598
[41mm]
30.714
[780mm]
24.084
[612mm]
15.384
[391mm]
1.516
[39mm]
7.875 [200mm]
9.684
[246mm]
2.993
[76mm]
9.335
[237mm]
BOTTOM CABLE
ENTRANCE
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26.679
[678mm]
30.750
[781mm]
TO
33.000
[838mm]
(COOKING
HEIGHT)
6.106
[155mm]
10.730
[273mm]
3/4" NPT GAS INLET
MWG3W ONLY
13.123
[333mm]
BOTTOM CABLE
ENTRANCE
23.812
[605mm]
9.901
[251mm]
3/4" NPT GAS INLET
MWG3W ONLY
36.027
[915mm]
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Dimensions:
Models MWE3S-1
21.65
[550mm]
PLATE DEPTH
5.475
[139mm]
36.00
[914mm]
PLATE WIDTH
32.60
[828mm]
38.00
[965mm]
1.70 [43mm]
“COLD ZONE”
48°
1.50
[38mm]
30.714
[780mm]
26.42
[671mm]
1.598
[41mm]
.787
[20mm]
15.384
[391mm]
1.516
[39mm]
24.084
[612mm]
7.875 [200mm]
30.75 [781mm]
TO
33.00 [838mm]
COOKING HEIGHT
9.684 [246mm]
2.993
[76mm]
9.335
[237mm]
BOTTOM CABLE
ENTRANCE
24.33
[618mm]
23.812
[605mm]
6.106
[155mm]
BOTTOM CABLE
ENTRANCE
13.123
[333mm]
36.027
[915mm]
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ELECTRICAL INPUT SPECIFICATIONS - DELTA
Model
DELTA - 200 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
I/E
3
Platen
Electric 4530440
Gas
Model
4530442
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
600
380
Gas
Model
4530442
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
Gas
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4530442
4.6
3.6
Ctrl
L1-L3
600
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
2.4
2.8
3.0
600
4.8
3.3
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.9
380
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
L1-L3
600
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
2.4
2.8
3.0
78
600
380
4.8
3.3
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.9
L1
L2
L3
21.7 22.6 24.3
0.7
43.4 39.9 43.4
26.0 28.7 28.7
3.3
Amps/line
All
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
L1
L2
L3
21.5 22.4 24.0
0.6
43.1 39.7 43.1
27.1 29.6 29.6
3.2
DELTA - 220 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
Electric 4530440
5.4
3.0
78
I/E
3
Platen
4.2
3.0
0.4
All
7.9
0.1
14.6
9.6
0.4
DELTA - 208 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
Electric 4530440
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
2.3
2.7
2.9
78
I/E
3
Platen
L1-L3
600
Amps/line
Amps/line
All
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
L1
L2
L3
20.4 21.2 22.7
0.6
40.7 37.5 40.7
25.6 28.0 28.0
3.0
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ELECTRICAL INPUT SPECIFICATIONS - DELTA
Model
DELTA - 230 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
I/E
3
Platen
Electric 4530440
Gas
Model
4530442
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
600
Gas
4530442
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4.8
3.3
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.9
380
All
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
L1-L3
600
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
2.4
2.8
3.0
78
600
380
4.8
3.3
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.9
L1
L2
L3
19.5 20.2 21.7
0.6
38.9 35.9 38.9
24.5 26.8 26.8
2.9
DELTA - 240 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
Electric 4530440
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
2.4
2.8
3.0
78
I/E
3
Platen
L1-L3
600
Amps/line
Amps/line
All
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
L1
L2
L3
18.7 19.4 20.8
0.6
37.3 34.4 37.3
23.5 25.7 25.7
2.7
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ELECTRICAL INPUT SPECIFICATIONS - WYE
Model
WYE - 380 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
I/E
Electric
4530442
STD
3
Electric
4530440
Platen H.K.
Gas
Model
4530442
TB1
TB2
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
78
600
Gas
Model
4530442
TB1
TB2
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
600
Gas
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4530442
2.4
4.8
3.9
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.3
380.4
L1-L3
600
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
7.8
8.4
7.2
78
600
3.0
2.8
2.4
78
600
4.8
3.9
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.3
380.4
I/E
3
Electric
4530440
Platen H.K.
2.8
All
23.3
0.1
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
TB1
TB2
TB1
TB2
TB3
TB1
TB2
L1-L3
600
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
7.8
8.4
7.2
78
600
3.0
2.8
2.4
78
600
380.4
4.8
3.9
5.6
3.3
4.8
3.3
L1
L2
L3
35.3 38.1 32.6
0.4
13.6 12.7 10.9
0.4
21.7 25.4 21.7
17.5 14.8 14.8
1.7
Amps/line
All
23.3
0.1
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
L1
L2
L3
33.6 36.2 31.0
0.3
12.9 12.1 10.3
0.3
20.6 24.1 20.6
16.7 14.1 14.1
1.6
WYE - 415 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
Electric
4530442
STD
3.0
78
I/E
3
Electric
4530440
Platen H.K.
L1-L2 L2-L3 L3-L1
7.8
8.4
7.2
WYE - 400 Volts Models
ConMCB
Total loads Kw
trol
Drawing
Electric
4530442
STD
L1-L3
600
Amps/line
Amps/line
All
23.3
0.1
8.2
0.1
15.1
10.4
0.4
Ctrl
L1
L2
L3
32.3 34.8 29.8
0.3
12.5 11.6
9.9
0.3
19.9 23.2 19.9
16.1 13.6 13.6
1.6
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GAS INPUT SPECIFICATIONS
Input Specifications, GAS Grills, North America:
GAS INPUT
GAS
MAX INPUT
(NET) PER
BURNER
(BTU/H)
TOTAL INPUT
RATING
(BTU/H)
INJECTOR
SIZE
AIR SHUTTER
SETTING
(MM)
SUPPLY
PRESSURE
(IN W.C.)
BURNER
MANIFOLD
PRESSURE
(IN W.C.)
NATURAL GAS
32,000
96,000
#35
10
7.0
3.5
PROPANE
32,000
96,000
#43
10
11.0
3.5
Input Specifications, GAS Grills, CE Approved Model MWG3W-CE:
GAS INPUT
MAX INPUT
GAS GROUP (NET) PER
BURNER (kW)
TOTAL
INPUT
RATING
(kW)
INJECTOR
SIZE
AIR
SHUTTER
SETTING
(mm)
SUPPLY
PRESSURE
(mbar)
BURNER VOLUMETRIC
PRESSURE
GAS RATE
(mbar)
PER BURNER
G20 NG
8.9
26.7
2.79mm (#35)
10.0
20/25
8.7
0.94 m3/h
G25 NG
7.6
22.8
2.79mm (#35)
10.0
20
8.7
0.93 m3/h
G31 LPG
9.6
28.8
2.26mm (#43)
10.0
37/50
8.7
0.94 m3/h
NET HEATING VALUE BY GAS GROUP
G20
3
34.02 MJ/m ; 0.555 SG
G25
3
29.25 MJ/m ; 0.613 SG
G31
3
88.0 MJ/m (46.34 MJ/kg); 1.55 SG
GAS CATEGORIES
CATEGORY
DESTINATION COUNTRIES
SUPPLY PRESSURE (mbar)
I2H
AT, CH, CZ, DK, ES, FI, GB, IE, IS, IT, NO, PT, SE
20.0
I2E
DE, LU
20.0
I2L
NL
25.0
I2ER
FR
20.0 / 25.0
I3P
NL
30.0
I3P
BE, CH, CZ, ES, FR, GB, GR, IE, LU
37.0
I3P
BE, CH, DE, CZ, ES, FR, NL
50.0
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INSTALLATION & START UP
Installation Store Responsibilities:
7. Set proper gas and verify with beef integrity check that
two consecutive runs yield the approved beef integrity
results as per McDonalds standards.
•
Ensure grill gets install by a competent, qualified,
trained personnel.
•
Ensure store readiness of utilities, product & personnel.
8. Conduct brief training of store manager on the
operation of the grill.
•
Contact your local Garland Factory Authorized Service
Center for a start-up date.
Items included with the purchase of your
new grill from Manufacturer:
•
Participate in the start-up to ensure a successful startup and familiarity with the grill.
1. One (1) World Grill gas & electric included the following
list, except countries mentioned;
•
Conduct training with your crew personnel to ensure
maximum utilization of the grill.
Part #
Wrap Non-Wrap
Around Around
Description
Once the installation is complete as per the procedures
below, a factory authorized service company MUST startup the grill according to Garland Commercial Ranges startup standards.
4521792
Teflon Sheet
(Japan not included)
4527643
4527294
A start-up DOES NOT include:
0
6
Teflon Release Sheet
9
0
Teflon Sheet Clip
15
3
4521355
Teflon Bar, Rear
3
3
4523492
Splash Shield
3
3
1. Uncrating the unit
4525436
Splash Shield (Japan only)
0
3
2. Placing the unit in its position under the exhaust hood.
4530053
W/A Plate, Vapor Shield
(UK & Japan not included)
3
3
4530054
Silicone, Front, Vapor
(UK & Japan not included)
3
3
3. Leveling the grill on the floor under the exhaust hood.
4. Attaching the supply cord(s) unless supplied by the
factory.
5. Making adjustments to the ventilation system.
6. Sheet metal work required due to improper exhaust
hood application.
7. Adjusting the grill to achieve beef integrity that
deviates from the McDonalds standard.
A start-up DOES include:
1. Verification of supply voltage and, if applicable gas
supply.
Part #
Description
Qty
4517563
5” Front Swivel Caster w/Brake
2
1792003
5” Rear Swivel Caster
2
4523352
Leg Brace Locking Bracket - Standard
1
2. One (1) World Grill gas model only included the
following;
Description
Qty
Description
Qty
13” Nipple
1
Shut Off Valve
1
3/4 Street Elbows
2
Bracket, Pipe Hanger
1
Coupling
1
Screws
4
2. Leak test and gas pressure check on gas grills.
Pipe & Bracket Assy
1
Label
1
3. Electrical safety check.
Nipple
1
Hanger Brackets
2
Connection
Instruction
1
4. Verify operation of grill by allowing unit to attain set
temperature.
5. Verify operation of platens, if applicable, and timer
functions.
6. Ensure time out alarm is functional and platens raise (if
applicable)
Items NOT included from the manufacturer
and should be purchased from the Kitchen
Equipment Supplier (KES):
1. Any electrical cords needed for application.
2. Any flue box needed for application.
3. Any grease traps or grease rails needed for application.
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INSTALLATION & START UP (continued)
THE FOLLOWING INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
CAN BE PERFORMED BY A:
•
FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER
•
AN APPROVED QUALIFIED INSTALLATION PERSONNEL
APPROVED BY PURCHASER OF GRILL
Installation of Casters
1. Put a pair of heavy gloves to protect your hands and
wear a lumbar support for lower back. Safety is the
first concern when moving a heavy grill since it weigh
approximately 950lbs (431kg) or more.
•
LICENSED INSTALLER CONTRACTED BY KES.
2. Next procedure will require use of lifting aids and
proper lifting/moving techniques. Slide the grill away
from walls.
•
CONTACT LOCAL GARLAND FACTORY AUTHORIZED
SERVICE CENTER FOR MORE DETAILS.Uncrate unit from
crating material
3. Check out the leg brace locking bracket included with
your purchased, Ensure you understand the front and
the back as shown below.
CAUTION:
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION, CHECK THE ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY TO ENSURE INPUT VOLTAGE AND PHASE
MATCH THE EQUIPMENT VOLTAGE RATING AND
PHASE. MANY LOCAL CODES EXIST, IT IS THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER/INSTALLER TO
COMPLY WITH THESE CODES.
NOTE: ENSURE THAT PLATENS ARE STRAPPED
DOWN SECURELY THROUGH STEP 6 TO PREVENT
PLATENS FROM RAISING. SEVERE DAMAGE MAY
OCCUR.
4. Check out the caster included with your purchased,
Ensure you understand the front and the rear casters
as shown below.
5. Tip unit over on its back. Install casters & channels as
shown diagram below. Bracket notch facing the floor.
WARNING, HEAVY OBJECT!
The following procedure will require use of
lifting aids and proper lifting technique when
removing or replacing. To avoid serious
injuries use assistance when moving or lifting.
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INSTALLATION & START UP (continued)
WARNING:
It is recommended that the rear casters are
screwed in all the way before tipping the unit.
Electrical Cable Hookup
DUAL POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
USA & some other
MWG3W HAS ONE ELECTRICAL CORD.
MWE3W HAS TWO ELECTRICAL CORDS.
POWER CORDS & PLUGS
ARE NOT SUPPLIED
BY THE MANUFACTURER
Front
Caster
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
Electrical Cable Hookup
SINGLE POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
where required by local regulations
Rear
Caster
6. Block back caster in place to avoid the unit sliding
forward or backward.
7. Carefully rotate grill back on its casters. Now you may
cut and remove the platen securing straps.
8. Remove back body side and Install power cords per
your country / area’s specifications.
WARNING:
The appliances must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes, or in the absence of
local codes, with the National Electrical Code ANSI/
NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1
as applicable.
Power Supply Connection
All electric connections must be made by a qualified,
properly equipped technician.
NOTE: WIRING DIAGRAM LOCATED INSIDE
LOWER FRONT PANEL.
“DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE OPENING”
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POWER CORDS & PLUGS
ARE NOT SUPPLIED
BY THE MANUFACTURER
INPUT 1
INPUT 2
Hood-Interlock & Control Power Supply; where applicable
1 x 20AMP NEMA 21-20
POWER CORDS
ARE NOT SUPPLIED
BY THE
MANUFACTURER
E
L1
L1
L1
L1 Wht Wht Wht Wht Ora Red Blk
E
L1
L1
L1
L1 Wht Wht Wht Wht Ora Red Blk
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INSTALLATION & START UP (continued)
Important Note:
Mennekes option is available only in some configurations, check with your supplier for more details.
Mennekes 3 & 5 Pins (Option 1)
Connector
Pins
Mennekes
5 Pins
1,2,3,4,
Mennekes
3 Pins
Mennekes 7 Pins (Option 2)
Intended Load
Connected to
Grill and Platen
Heaters
~3N 380/400/415
32Amps
50/60Hz
GND
TB1
TB2
Pins
Intended Load
Connected to
Grill and Platen
Heaters
~3N 380/400/415
32Amps
50/60Hz
1,2,3,4,
L1, L2, L3, N,
GND
~1N 120-250 VAC,
16A
Control loads (N3,
MCB, Ignition
controller, blower,
gas valve)
1,2,GND
Connector
GND
Mennekes
7 Pins
TB1
L1, L2, L3, N,
GND
Swicth, Pilot duty
only
Orange &
White Replace
jumpers J-N
and J-L1
5,6
TB2
10A 250VAC, 15A
125VAC, 12(6)A
Black & Red
250VAC T85
MENNEKES 7-PIN OPTION
MENNEKES 5-PIN OPTION
L3-TB1
3
3
2
L3-TB1
L2-TB1
6
N-TB1
L2-TB1
1
5
1
4
2
4
N-TB1
4 BLK-TB2
L1-TB1
L1-TB1
5 RED-TB2
E-TB1
E-TB1
3-Y 380/400/415, 50/60HZ
3-Y 380/400/415, 50/60HZ
Terminal Blocks Diagram
MENNEKES 3-PIN OPTION
TB2
4
TO SWITCH
1
WHT-TB2
ORA-TB2
L-N 220/230/240, 50/60HZ
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TB1
E
N
N
L1
L2
L3
5
RED
J-L1
ORA
J-N
4
TO MENNEKES
(7 PINS)
5
WHT
WHT
WHT
TO CONTACTORS
E-TB2
TO MENNEKES
2
BLK
WHT
L1
L1
L1
L1
E
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INSTALLATION & START UP (continued)
11. Install grease bucket rails as shown below:
9. Install Optional Front Gas connection (If available).
2.00
(REF)
12.00
(REF)
ATTACH FLEX GAS LINE TO ELBOW
5.28 (REF)
ATTACH HANGER #4527008 TO BASE IN LOCATION SHOWN
WITH #10-24 SELF TAPPING SCREWS
3/4-14 NPT
INSTALL 3/4 NIPPLE THROUGH HANGER AND INTO
EXISTING ELBOW
GREASE BUCKETS & RAILS
ARE NOT SUPPLIED
BY THE MANUFACTURER
ROTATE EXISTING ELBOW TO ANGLE SHOWN
a. Isolate grill from any power source by unplugging
all electrical connections.
b. Rotate existing elbow as shown in the diagram
below.
c. Attach support bracket (PN 4528775)to base
as shown with #10-24 screws and lock washers
supplied.
NOTE: For retrofit applications, drill 2x .161 holes and
use self tapping screws provided.
12. Install flue box to back of grill.
FLUE BOX IS
NOT SUPPLIED BY
THE MANUFACTURER
d. Install 3/4” NPT nipple through support bracket and
onto existing elbow. Attach locking ring with 2x
#10-24 screws.
e. Install elbow to orientation show below.
f. Install nipple.
g. Attach flex gas hose to nipple.
10. GAS GRILL ONLY, (for electric grills, skip steps 7 & 8):
Install the included quick-disconnect gas hose to the
inlet fitting on the underside of the grill by threading
a 3/4” NPT nipple into the elbow, then install the brass
male quick-disconnect coupler included with the hose.
Connect the hose and ensure the sleeve snaps fully
forward against the retaining ring.
FLEXIBLE GAS HOSE
UNDERNEATH GRILL
TO GAS
SUPPLY
FACTORY
INSTALLED
GAS INLET
MALE COUPLER
[INSTALL FIRST]
GAS
FLOW
With the manual shut-off valve closed, install the other
end of the hose to the gas supply.
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13. Roll grill under exhaust hood. Grill must be level front
to back, side to side and diagonally. Adjust casters
accordingly to obtain final level.
Exhaust hood Type & Platen Height
With the platens in the raised position, measure the
height from the front edge of the platen to the grill
surface. Determine which type of exhaust hood the
store has and check for exhaust hood type/platen
height compatibility according to the table below:
Exhaust hood
TYPE
CORRECT PLATEN HEIGHT
Universal
18 1⁄2” (470mm)
92 Series
17” (432mm)
GSC
18 1⁄2” (470mm)
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If the platen height is incompatible with the exhaust
hood type, platen height must be adjusted by an
authorized service agent.
After the Lonworks server has established this address
the communications will be activated by the Lonworks
administrator and the grill will start communicating on the
Lonworks Network.
Setting the Proper Combustion Levels
PLATEN
HEIGHT
GRILL
PLATE
In order to maintain proper combustion levels, the
measurement of uA is not required. Using the following
procedure will ensure that the proper O2, CO2, & CO levels
are reached. Combustion level checks and adjustments
should only be performed by a qualified technician
employed by a factory authorized service center.
LonWorks Information & Commissioning
To Activate the grill onto the Lonworks network:
1.
Remove control panel and lower panel. Set on floor
leaving all connections in place.
To enable the power line communications between the
grill and the Lonworks network the grill must first be
commissioned onto the network.
2.
The regulator comes set at 3.5” WC (0.864 KPA) from
the factory. Verify pressure is consistent at 3.5” WC.
3.
Slightly loosen nut holding butterfly air shutter
adjuster on the combustion air blower connected to
the burner being adjusted just enough that it can be
rotated but will stay in place when force is removed.
4.
From a cold start, turn on the zone (burner) and
allow it to run for 30 seconds to a minute. Or with a
heated zone, place a load on the grill surface to keep
the burner operating for a couple of minutes. Adjust
the air shutter to reduce the air to the point that the
flame on the burner begins to lift and dance off of
the burner surface.
During the commissioning of a Grill onto a Lonworks
network the grill has to first send a service pin request
message from the grill to the Lonworks server.
The grill sends this message by following the below
procedure on the front control panel control of the grill.
1. Power up grill.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER.
“CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
4. PRESS the arrow button. “SERVICE” will appear in the
display. PRESS the button.
5. Press the arrow button 2X. “Lonworks Service” will
appear in the display.
6. PRESS the
button.
7. Set option to “NO”. Wait 10 seconds. If the Lonworks
service state was already “ON” make sure this step is
done anyway.
8. Set option to “YES”. Within 10 seconds the network will
receive the Lonworks Service Pin Request.
After the grill service pin request has been sent the
Lonworks administrator will detect the service pin
message and assign an appropriate address to the grill to
enable communications.
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a.
b.
5.
Mark a line along the edge of the air shutter from
the hole along the edge of the shutter marking the
position of the shutter on the side of the blower
face.
If this condition already exists, mark the line at the
position and move to the next step
Rotate the air shutter open to the point that the
flame loses its inner light blue cone and becomes
less bright and the tip of the flame elongates and
becomes about an inch (25.4 mm) long. Mark a line
on the edge of the shutter at this position.
•
Or if air shutter is fully open, mark the line at that
point.
6.
Turn off Burner (zone) and measure the distance
between the outside ends of the two lines previosly
marked and place another mark in the center of the
two marks.
a.
Add another mark 1/16” (1.6mm) more than the
center mark
Rotate the butterfly shutter to this point, and
retighten.
b.
center/Midpoint
Step #4
Start-up Procedure
This Garland 3-platen grill comes with a factory start-up
at no additional charge. A start-up is required to take
place BEFORE the unit is put into operation. It is the
end-user responsibility to schedule the start-up with their
local Factory Authorized Service Agent, or notify Garland
Commercial Ranges at 1-800-446-8367 should you need
assistance scheduling.
A factory start-up is a comprehensive grill check in which
a factory certified technician will document all final
settings programmed in the controller once various other
performance checks are complete. The estimated time
to complete a start-up is approximately 2.5 – 3.5 hours.
Please keep in mind this estimated time when scheduling
the start-up. After hours or overtime is not covered
under warranty and will be billed at a charge which is the
difference between the Garland Reimbursement rate and
the Factory Authorized Service Centers overtime charges.
A factory start-up is necessary to start the warranty period.
The Authorized Service Center is required to complete
the paperwork during the start-up process, and send it
to Garland Commercial Industries for reimbursement. At
the time of receipt, Garland will start the warranty period
which will conclude at the end of 2 years.
Step #6a
Step #5
Butterfly
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INSTALLATION & START UP (continued)
GARLAND CLAMSHELL GRILL START – UP FORM
ELECTRIC OR COMBINATION GAS / ELECTRIC
McDonald’s ___________ Certification ID # __________ Store # _____________ Model
Located on Certification Sticker
(TICK ONE)
Address ____________________________ City ___________________________
State / Province _____________ Zip Code _________ Serial# _________________________________ Start Up Date ____________
( MM / DD / YYYY )
United States Canada International (List Country) ___________________ Telephone # _______________________
Gas Type
Electric / 3-phase
Actual Gas Type ____________
Matches Rating Plate?
Record Amps Per Line Each Contactor
Left
Actual Input ____________V /______Hz
YES
208 VAC
220 VAC
230 VAC
240 VAC
NO
380 VAC
400 VAC
415 VAC
60 Hz
50 Hz
Center
Right
(If Applicable)
(If Applicable)
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
INSPECTION / OPERATIONAL CHECK
NOTE1: CENTER(C) PLATEN should not be checked if MWE2W / MWG2W / MWE2S
NOTE2: CENTER(C) & RIGHT(R) PLATEN should not be checked if MWE1W / MWG1W / MWE1S
1.
To avoid personal injury or property damage, Check for Gas Leaks through the entire gas line.
2.
Ensure equipment restraint devices are installed correctly according to local codes (Gas & Electric). Note: part supplied by others.
3.
Verify, power cord has a strain relief attached from power supply cord to grill unit.
4.
Ensure grill is installed in the proper type of Gas Exhaust Hood with the proper air draw.
E
L
P
M
A
5.
Ensure flue restrictors are fully opened or removed.
6.
7.
12.
Ensure bottom plate is leveled side to side / front to back / diagonally, in location, under hood. Adjust casters to attain lle
level.
REMOVE GRILL FROM UNDER THE HOOD. Turn Power Switch ON, controller displays are
e active,
ve, Controller displays “OFF”.
All platen raises automatically?
Lower and raise Upper Platen and ensure movement is smooth and continuous. Grease
rease
ase shafts accordingly with a FOOD GRADE
LUBRICANT.
If upper platen elevation requires lowered to allow for clearance of hood, lower
werr upper limit swit
switch. Refer
Refe to Operations &
Installation manual for platen heights.
Press the POWER ON button. Controller displays “PREHEAT - AM”, platen
aten lowers. Heat indicator lights are AMBER?
Press and hold the AM / PM key and set to PM. This will allow thee unit
it to heat to: Platen-425˚F(217˚C),
Platen-425
Platen-425˚
Grill-350˚F(177˚C) for a
grill with full default settings.
Ensure grill enters SOAK mode (15:00 timer), counts down
wn and upper platen auto
aut calibrates
cal
while at temperature.
13.
14.
Close valve handle and verify the unit tries to ignite thr
three
ee (3) times and then loc
locks out because of Ignition Failure?
L OK | C OK | R OK
GAS PRESSURE CHECKS (if applicable):(Note1: Center
CentershouldnotbefillifMWG2W/MWG2W1)(Note2:
enter should
h
not be fill
fi if M
Center&RightshouldnotbefillifMWG1W/MWG1W1)
8.
9.
10.
11.
Natural Gas:
Rated Incoming Pressure
S
6 – 14” W.C. /
Propane / Butane Gas: 11 – 14” W.C.
Pr
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
Actual Incoming _______” W.C.
3.5
3.5” W.C.
3.
Actual Left ________ Center ________ Right ________
3.5” W.C. for MWG3W/MWG3W-1
Actual Left ________ Center ________ Right _________
Propane Gas
10” W.C. for MWG2W/MWG2W-1 MWG1W/MWG1W-1
Check micro amp reading on flame sense to ensure operating micro amps ARE NO LESS THAN 0.8 uA on all burners, unless the
OK
Rated Burner Pressure
15.
Flue Box Supplied by KES
ood
d
Flue Restrictors located inside exhaust hood
PASSED – NO GAS LEAKS
OK
YES / NO
OK
OK
OK
OK
Natural Gas
grill is equipped with a CE certified ignition module, in which case the minimum is 2.0 uA.
Micro-amps Reading =
OK - L / C / R
16.
Upon Completion of auto calibration, platen raised automatically, and display reads “READY”
If upon completion of auto calibration process, upper platen does not raise, indicate message on controller.
Check platen level and adjust reed switches. Cycle power and retry.
17.
Select menu item “10:1 – CLAM”. Verify set temperature is reached and LED lights turn GREEN.
18.
Initiate cook cycle by pushing the GREEN BUTTON. Platen lowers, and timing cycle begins.
19.
Ensure the stores pyrometer is accurate and calibrated using the ice bath method.
20.
Perform PROBE CALIBRATION.
21.
Perform Platen Leveling procedure & Reed Switch Calibration in “LEVEL / REED SW” mode.
22.
Ensure grill performs successful Auto Calibration upon completion of reed switch calibration.
23.
24.
Lock down all caps. Ensure that the lock nuts do not turn any of the adjuster nuts when tightening.
Assist or obtain assistance with store personnel for Beef/Chicken Integrity Testing, testing product 10:1, 4:1, Angus, Grill
Chicken until desired internal product temperatures are met and record cook time (Product cook times chart below).
Product Cook Times
LEFT
Check Platen Level - L / C / R
Check Reed Switch - L / C / R
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
L OK | C OK | R OK
Beef Integrity Product
CENTER
RIGHT
(If Applicable)
(If Applicable)
10:1
4:1
ANGUS
GRILL CHICKEN
Manual Mode
OK
Tested Auto Mode
OK
Problems / Special Circumstances / Damage:
Submitted by:
Accepted by:
Name: _________________________________________________________
Service Agency: _________________________________________________
Sub Agent: (If Applicable) _________________________________________
Have you trained store personnel on the
YES / NO
operation of the grill?
Are you a factory certified technician?
YES / NO
Name: __________________________________________________________________
Have you been adequately informed of the operation of the grill, its uses and its general
operation? YES | NO – Indicate comments __________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
Date of Certification (MM/DD/YY)
Visit our https://clamshell.garland-group.com for Literature & Documentation
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TEMPERATURE PROBE CALIBRATION
Monthly Calibration/Verification of Grill Temperature Zones
HOT SURFACE
Grill Temperatures
Will Cause Severe
Burns
Overview
Reason: To Maintain Accurate Grill Temperature Zones.
Models: MWG3W-1, MWE3W-1, MWE3S-1.
Tools: Digital Pyrometer with Surface Probe.
Procedures:
1. Temperature Verification Procedure.
2. Temperature Calibration Procedure.
WARNING:
PERSONAL INJURY FROM BURNS MAY RESULT WHEN COMING IN CONTACT WITH HOT COOKING
SURFACES.
NOTE:
1. CALIBRATION AND VERIFICATION OF GRILL IS DONE WITH RELEASE MATERIAL SHEETS “OFF”.
2. MUST CLEAN GRILL PLATE AND PLATEN SURFACES.
1. Temperature Verification Procedure
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AS THEY APPEAR BELOW:
1. The upper platens and lower grill plate
should be at operating temperatures to perform this calibration procedure. Press the
or
button to select a “CLAM” operation
that requires a temp of 3500F (1770C) on
the griddle plate and allow the grill to reach
the set temperature and stabilize, (approximately 30 minutes).
2. Press and hold the temperature button for
approximately 3 seconds, or until the controller will display all temperature values
(T,F,M,B).
3. Place pyrometer over the marks on grill
plate indicating thermocouple location (see
sketches on next pages). Allow at least 5
to 10 seconds for the pyrometer to respond
and stabilize.
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4. Check calibration for each heat zone when
the following conditions occur:
A. The temperature indicator light for the
specific thermocouple is GREEN.
B. Temperature read out for a specific thermocouple on the control is decreasing.
C. Optimum range for VERIFICATION
is between 355F (180C) and 350F
(177C). This procedure can require up
to 10 minutes, depending on the point in
time the operator gets in the heat cycle
IMPORTANT NOTE:
For 3 Platen Gas Grill, value B on the controller display represents the thermocouple on the
middle plate.
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Monthly Calibration/Verification of Grill Temperature Zones
controller is more than +/-5F (+/-3C) go to
TEMPERATURE CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
to correct required zone.
5. Temperature delta between pyrometer and
controller must be +/-5F (+/-3C). If the
temperature delta between pyrometer and
2. Temperature Calibration Procedure
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AS THEY APPEAR BELOW:
1. The upper platens and lower grill plate
should be at operating temperatures to
perform this calibration procedure. Press the
or
button to select a “CLAM” operation that requires a temp of 3500 (1770C) on
the griddle plate and allow the grill to reach
the set temperature and stabilize, (approximately 30 minutes).
2. PRESS and HOLD the
button for approximately 3 seconds, or until the controller will
display: “PROBE CAL”
3. PRESS the
button to display the first
temperature zone to be calibrated. The first
zone to be calibrated is “FRONT TEMP CAL”.
The zones are displayed in order of FRONT
TEMP CAL, MIDDLE TEMP CAL, BACK TEMP
CAL, TOP TEMP CAL.
4. Select a heat zone display using the
buttons.
or
5. Place pyrometer over the marks on grill
plate indicating thermocouple location (see
sketches on next pages). Allow at least 5
to 10 seconds for the pyrometer to respond
and stabilize. Note the temperature on the
pyrometer.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Optimum range for CALIBRATION is between 355F (180C) and 350F (177C). This
procedure can require up to 10 minutes, depending on the point in time the operator gets
in the PROBE CAL.
6. Adjust the temperature on the grill control
accordingly to match the temperature on
the pyrometer. The
button will increase
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the displayed temperature in one, (1) degree increments. The
button will decrease the displayed temperature in one,
(1), degree Increments.
NOTE: During step 6, the control should be
sounding a high-pitched tone. The temperature can only be adjusted if this tone is sounding and display flashing. If the control is silent
and display not flashing, the temperature will
not change.
7. As soon as you have a temperature match
PRESS the
button to lock the calibrated
temperature into the controller.
Note: If calibration window is missed, press
to go back to the previous step.
= Exits funtion without any modification, as
long as
button has not been pressed.
8. Press the
heat zone.
or
button to select the next
9. Move the pyrometer’s surface probe to the
newly selected heat zone and repeat steps
5, 6, and 7.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
For 3 Platen Gas Grill, value B on the controller display represents the thermocouple on the
middle plate.
10. Repeat the procedure for each of the heat
zones.
11. Exit the program mode by pressing the
button. The controller will return to its previous state in the Normal Operating Mode
for temperature verification (page 1).
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TEMPERATURE PROBE CALIBRATION
General Definition of Thermocouples Usage
Grill Models
Quantity of
Thermocouples
on Grill
Controller
Display
Thermocouple
Quantity of
Thermocouple
Location
Thermocouples
Location
on Grill Plate
on Platen
on Platen
B
Back
M
Middle
F
Front
MWE3W-1 /
MWE3S-1
3
Grill Models
Quantity of
Thermocouples
on Grill
Controller
Display
MWG3W-1
1
B
1
T = Top Center
Thermocouple
Quantity of
Thermocouple
Location
Thermocouples
Location
on Grill Plate
on Platen
on Platen
Middle
1
T = Top Center
Note:Temperature reading could be in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
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THERMOCOUPLE LOCATION
3 Platen Thermocouple Location of Grill Zones
36.00
[914mm]
18.00
[457mm]
11.500
[292mm]
9.360
TOP PLATEN VIEW ALL 3PLATEN MODELS
THERMOCOUPLE LOCATION
B
[238mm]
(FROM FRONT
OF PLATEN)
24.00 FULL SIZE VERSION
[610mm]
11.19
[284mm]
5.750
[146mm]
T
BACK OF
GRILL
6.11
[155mm]
6.11
[155mm]
FRONT
OF GRILL
3 PLATEN FULL SIZE
GAS MODEL ONLY
(MWG3W-1)
36.000
18.000
[914mm]
M
24.00 FULL SIZE VERSION
[610mm]
21.65 - SLIM VERSION
[550mm]
4.25
11.19
[284mm]
B
[150mm]
18.25
[108mm]
[457mm]
F
3 PLATEN SLIM & FULL SIZE
ELECTRIC MODEL ONLY
(MWE3W/S-1)
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6.11
[155mm]
6.11
FRONT
OF GRILL
[155mm]
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INSTALLATION OF WRAP AROUND RELEASE MATERIAL
MOUNTING BRACKETS
CAUTION:
UPPER PLATEN IS EXTREMELY HOT.
WARNING:
ISOLATE POWER SOURCE TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
1.
Ensure Electrical Power is unplugged before
proceeding to the next step.
2.
Lossen two (2) screws from each side of the platen lid.
3.
Position side bracket assemblies over screws and
insert into place.
4.
Retighten four (4) screws on the platen lid.
TEFLON
SIDE
MOUNTING
BKT
5.
Part number and description shown below.
Part # 4526334
Wraparound side
mount braket
Part # 4527294
Teflon Clips
INSTALLATION OF SPLASH SHIELD
PLATEN ARM
ARM CARRIAGE BLOCK
ARM CARRIAGE BLOCK PIN
SURFACE OF
GRILL PLATE
SPLASH SHIELD TAB
SPLASH SHIELD
NOTE: SOME COMPONENTS OMITTED FOR CLARITY
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SPLASH SHIELD TABS
UP AND OVER
ARM CARRIAGE PINS
IN THIS DIRECTION
NOTE: SOME COMPONENTS OMITTED FOR CLARITY
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INSTALLATION OF RELEASE MATERIAL
1.
Slide release material rod through hemmed end of the
Release Material® sheet.
2.
Hook Release Material® rod on brackets located at the
rear of the upper platen.
5.
Gently pull the release material sheet flap over the
left side of the platen and secure in place with two (2)
locking clips.
RELEASE
MATERIAL
FLAPS
HEMMED
LOOP
RELEASE
MATERIAL
FLAPS
MATERIAL
ROD
RELEASE
MATERIAL
“Teflon Sheet” available from your DC
Saint Gobain: DC WRIN # 02180-003
Taconic: DC WRIN # 02180-000
3.
Holding the bottom of the relase material sheet in
place, gently pull the sheet toward the front of the
platen.
Note:
Make sure Release Material® fits smoothly over upper platen.
4.
Place one (1) locking clip over release material sheet in
front and press into place over relase material bar.
Note:
Failure to install the correct number of clips on the upper
platen will cause the Release Material® to be loose, and
wear quickly. Ensure the correct placement of all clips to
prevent premature wear and/or poor product quality.
6.
Check alignment and tightness of release material
against upper platen.
RELEASE
MATERIAL
CLIPS
UPPER
PLATEN
(SIDE VIEW)
RELEASE
MATERIAL
MATERIAL ROD
HOLDER
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MATERIAL
ROD
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INSTALLATION OF VAPOR SHIELD
TEFLON
FRONT
BAR
VAPOR SHIELD
UP & OVER
TEFLON
FRONT BAR
GRILL ACCESSORIES
Splash Shield
Item 4523492
Vapor Shield
Item CK4530053
Platen Teflon Wraparound kit (3 platens)
Description
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Part #
1
Teflon Sheet (Wraparound) 4527643
2
Clips
4527294
3
Teflon Rear Bar
4521355
4
Side Mount Bracket
4526334
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AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES
BELOW POWER CORDS ARE RECOMMENDED ONLY.
CORDS APPLY TO APPLICATIONS AND ARE NOT STANDARD.
3Phase 4Wire 50 AMP Power Cord (Electric Grill ONLY)
(No Garland P/N) - *** Not supplied by Garland
3Phase 4Wire 30 AMP Power Cord (Electric Grill ONLY)
(No Garland P/N) - *** Not supplied by Garland
Interlock Cord - 5Wire
(No Garland P/N) - *** Not supplied by Garland
Note:
Power cord not included with the purchase of your new grill from manufacturer.
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AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES
Platen Teflon Sheet (Not Wraparound)
Item 4521792
Release Material Sheet Rod
Item 4526436)
Release Material Sheet Retaining Clip
Item 4527294)
Quick-Disconnect Gas Hose
Item 1591506
Lower Teflon Release Sheet
Item 4531542
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INSTALLATION/OPERATION & SERVICE MANUAL- 3P-1
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Warning: Pinch Hazard keep hands and tools clear when platens are in motion. Unexpected movement of platens can occur during cleaning
or servicing process. Turn Grill Off at main switch when cleaning platen
McD®
Hi-Temp Grill Cleaner
Nettoyant à chaud
pour grils
Limpiador de parrillas
de alta temperatura
CAUTION: May cause eye and skin
irritation. See precautionary and
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
CUIDADO: Puede causar irritación
de los ojos y la piel. Véanse
las precauciones y los primeros
auxilios al reverso.
MANTENGASE FUERA DEL
ALCANCE DE LOS NIÑOS
AVIS : Peut irriter les yeux et la peau.
Voir précautions et premiers
soins au verso.
CONSERVER HORS DE LA
PORTÉE DES ENFANTS
®
3.6 oz (106 ml)
McD® Hi-Temp
Grill Cleaner
KAY ® Grill Cleaning Pad Holder
& KAY ® Grill Cleaning Pad
Heat-Resistant Gloves
Lid
Clean, Sanitizer-Soaked
Grill Cloths
Warning
AM
PM
AUTO
MAN
P
• Select Clean Mode.
Once Clean Mode has
been reached turn each
zone OFF.
• Turn main switch OFF
when cleaning platens
1
Grill Scraper
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• Take grill scraper to the
3-compartment sink to
be washed and rinsed.
5
• Empty and replace the
grease troughs.
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• If splash guards are
installed, detach
and take to the
3-compartment sink to
be washed and rinsed;
set aside.
4
• Following Step has to be
performed by using a
Grill Scraper approved by
McDonald’s.
• Failure to use a
McDonalds approved
scraper may result in grill
surface damage.
• Note: Never use a steel
scraper to clean the
upper platens.
• Use grill squeegee to
push residual grease into
trough.
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CA itatio
irr
3
• Remove the locking
clips, bars, and release
Material® sheets.
• Take the clips and bars to
the 3-compartment sink
to be washed and rinsed;
set aside.
• Set release Material®
sheets aside on a flat
surface.
Grill Scraper
• Scrape the lower grill
surface with the grill
scraper.
• Wipe the Release
Material® sheets with a
clean, sanitizer-soaked
grill cloth.
2
Grill Squeegee
• Open one packet of McD
Hi-Temp Grill Cleaner
and empty the contents
into a lid or stainless
steel pan.
• Put on the heat-resistant
gloves and safety
glasses..
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• Dip the KAY Grill
Cleaning Pad Holder into
the grill cleaner.
• Note: Never use a steel
scraper to clean the
upper platens.
8
• Turn main switch ON.
• Press green button to
lower center platen.
• Turn main switch OFF
13
• Apply grill cleaner to
inner edges of the right
and left platens.
• Apply McD Hi-Temp
Grill Cleaner to front
side of platens starting
from right platen to left
platen.
• Apply grill cleaner to
side edges of the center
platen
• Turn main switch ON.
• DO NOT SCRUB
9
14
• Apply the grill cleaner to
platen surfaces starting
from right platen to left
platen.
• Turn main switch OFF.
• Pour remaining McD HiTemp Grill Cleaner over
bottom grill surface.
• DO NOT SCRUB
10
15
• Apply the grill cleaner
to back side of platens
from right platen to left
platen.
• Spread the cleaner over
the entire lower grill
surface from front to
back using even strokes.
• DO NOT SCRUB
• DO NOT SCRUB
11
16
• Start scrubing now.
• Apply the grill cleaner to
outer edges of right and
left platens.
• Scrub front side of
platens from right platen
to left platen with KAY
Grill Cleaning Pad Holder
and Pad.
• DO NOT SCRUB
12
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• Press green button to
raise right platen.
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• Scrub flat grill surfaces
starting from right platen
to left platen.
18
• Turn main switch OFF..
• Scrub lower grill surface.
23
• Rinse front, side and
back of platen surfaces
with a clean, sanitizersoaked grill cloth,
starting from right to left
platens.
• Scrub back side of
platens from right platen
to left platen.
19
24
• Turn main switch ON.
• Press the green button
to lower center platen.
• Turn main switch OFF.
• Scrub outer edges of
right and left platens.
• Rinse edges of all
platens.
• Turn main switch ON
• Turn main switch ON.
25
20
• Turn main switch OFF.
• Press green button to
lower center platen
• Wipe back of lower grill
with a clean, sanitizersoaked grill cloth.
• Turn main switch OFF..
21
• Raise platen.
26
• Scrub inner edges of the
right and left platens
• Pour a small amount of
lukewarm water on a
clean, sanitizer-soaked
grill cloth over the
bottom grill surface and
wipe off residue.
• Scrub side edges of the
center platen.
• Turn main switch ON.
• Press green button to
raise the center platen.
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
• Place upper platen
Release Material sheets
flat on grill surface.
• Gently clean both sides
of the Release Material
sheets with the KAY Grill
Cleaning Pad Holder.
28
• Empty, wash, rinse,
and replace the grease
troughs.
31
• Rinse both sides of the
Release Materialsheets
with a clean, sanitizersoaked grill cloth.
• Wipe remaining grill
surfaces with a clean,
sanitizer-soaked grill
cloth.
• Reinstall upper Release
Material sheets; secure in
place with bars and clips.
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29
• Wipe lower grill with a
clean,sanitizer-soaked
grill cloth. Repeat until
no visible soil remains.
30
• Apply a thin coat of fresh
shortening to the lower
grill surface only.
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PULL / PUSH GRILL PROCEDURE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn main switch ON.
Press green button to lower platen(s).
Turn main switch OFF.
Unplug power cord and proceed with
pull/push.
WARNING,
Avoiding procedure may cause
damage or loss of calibration on
the platen and potential of error
message can occur.
PASS – Gently pull or push
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DESCRIPTION OF GRILL CONTROL
A
H
L
TM
Garland
BACK GRILL
P L AT E N
PLATEN
MEDIUM GRILL
FRONT GRILL
AM
PM
B
C
MAN
D
J
I
K
E
F
G
Items
A
B
Key A – Standby
Key B – On/Off
C
Key C – AM/PM
D
Key D – Automatic/Manual Key D will be used to select between Automatic and Manual cooking. Used for product recognition
only.
Key E – Programming
Key E will allow the user to enter and exit the Programming Mode. PRESSING & HOLDING button for 3 seconds
Key F – Temperature
Key F will be used to view the set point and actual temperature of the grill and platen.
Key G will be used to change the remove time of a specific menu item and to calibrate the grill
Key G - Time
temperatures.
Key H – Up Arrow
Key H will scroll up through the menus as well as scroll up in the programming mode.
Key I – Down Arrow
Key F will scroll Downs through menus as well as decrement values in the programming mode.
Key J – Left Arrow
Key J will be used for scrolling through menus and well as in programming.
Key K – Right Arrow
Key K will be used for scrolling through menus and well as in programming.
Key L – Enter Function
Key L will be used to enter new values that have been changed in the programming modes.
(Menu Select)
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
Key Data
P
AUTO
LED
Platen
Back Grill
Middle Grill
Front Grill
Funtions
Key A will be used to put the control into the Standby mode.
Key B will turn the control on and off. PRESSING and HOLDING button for 2 seconds
This button is used to toggle back and forth between the AM menu list and the PM menu list in
manual cook mode. In automatic mode this button will toggle between the AM product
recognition gaps and the PM product recognition gaps.
Description
IF the temperature is below set point the LED will be orange, if the temperature is between the set
point and 79F LED will be green, if the temperature is set point plus 80F or higher the LED will be red
If Platen is disabled LED will be off.
Will work in sequence with the other middle and front grill Heater LED’s. IF the temperature is below
set point the LED will be orange, if the temperature is between the set point and 79F LED will be
green, if the temperature is set point plus 80F or higher the LED will be red.
Will work in sequence with the other middle and front grill Heater LED’s. IF the temperature is below
set point the LED will be orange, if the temperature is between the set point and 79F LED will be
green, if the temperature is set point plus 80F or higher the LED will be red.
Will work in sequence with the other middle and front grill Heater LED’s. IF the temperature is below
set point the LED will be orange, if the temperature is between the set point and 79F LED will be
green, if the temperature is set point plus 80F or higher the LED will be red.
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ERROR MESSAGING
•
•
•
•
•
•
Error messages were improved in this latest product release and have now actionable items.
An error log feature will help technicians with up to 51 different error codes in the troubleshooting process.
A maximum of 99 error instances can be saved in a non-volatile memory so the information can
be read regardless the unit has been powered OFF.
All new diagnostic features and error information is detailed in service manual.
Results from latest successful calibration are saved in the Calibration Log under the Service Menu.
Some examples of more commom errors and actions are as follows:
Error
Code#
Several
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Message on Screen
Possible Meaning
ERROR
OBSTRUCTION
ROOM TEMP LOW
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ROOM TEMP HIGH
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NO IGNITION
Refer to Service Manual
Check for object under platen that could jam platen
Raise room temperature above 32 degrees F / 0 degrees C
Lower room temperature to below 176 degrees F / 80
degrees C
Check gas gauge supply for gas models or electric power
for electic models
Temperature high - Allow cool down
Check object on the grill - Clean grill
Gas grill set to electric or viceversa - correct setting
Several
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GRILL TOO HOT
PROD. NOT RECOG
WRONG GRILL TYPE
Action
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
Action to take :
1. Press Green button to recalibrate grill and see if error repeats. if error persist call for service near
you area.
2. Turn main switch off and on.
OPERATION PROCEDURES
General Overview:
The grill controller will allow for 2 functions, both
described in detail in the following sections
The “Normal Operating Mode”, also known as the Cook
Mode is the mode used during normal cooking. In the
normal operating mode, the operator can start a cook
cycle, cancel a cook cycle, view actual temperatures, scroll
to another menu item, and enter the Programming Mode.
The “Programming Mode” is the mode in which the
operator can program the controller’s various settings. To
enter the programming mode, PRESS and HOLD
There are currently 3 methods of cooking that can be
utilized with the 3 platen Garland clamshell:
Manual Mode Cooking – This is the cook method that
utilizes a single gap setting for each menu item. The timer
will count down according to the selected menu item.
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Multi Stage Cooking – This method of cooking utilizes 2
different gap settings during the cook cycle. The timer will
count down according to the selected menu item.
Automatic Mode Cooking (Product Recognition) – The
Product Recognition (PR) method of cooking uses the
magnetic switches mounted on the upper platen arm
assembly to determine the product being cooked. Using
the PR feature, the operator simply selects the button
on the controller. Select Automatic Mode; press and
hold
button. This will allow the controller to know
what product group to select from. When a cook cycle is
initiated, the platen will come down and recognize the
product being cooked. The cook timer will count down
according to the time set for the recognized item. For more
information on product Recognition, see the next section;
“Product Recognition.”
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To turn the grill on:
4:1 - FLAT
The Main Power Switch – Controls power to the grill
and must be turned ON to start operation. The controller
displays will be active. Upon successful power up checks,
the controllers will display “OFF”.
AM Operation – Release Material sheets MUST be ON at
this time and the grill surface should be free and clear of
carbon.
Once the grill controller displays “OFF” press . The grill
controller will go to PREHEAT mode and default to AM
preheat temperatures. To preheat to PM temperatures,
press and hold .
NO
MCRIB - FLAT
NO
SAUSAGE FLAT FZN
NO
HOTCAKES - FLAT
NO
FOLDED EGGS CLAM
AM
ROUND EGGS CLAM
AM
3:1 ANGUS CLAM
PM
MUSHROOMS CLAM
AM/PM
OPT MENU 5 - CLAM
NO
OPT MENU 6 - CLAM
NO
OPT MENU 7 - CLAM
NO
OPT MENU 1 - FLAT
NO
NO
AM PREHEAT
PM PREHEAT
OPT MENU 2 - FLAT
375˚F(190˚C)Upper Platen
425˚F (218˚C) Upper Platen
OPT MENU 3 - FLAT
NO
OPT MENU 4 - FLAT
NO
275˚F (135˚C) Grill
350˚F (177˚C) Grill
Upon reaching the AM or PM set temperature (whichever
is selected), the grill will stabilize in temperature for fifteen
(15) minutes. Once this time has elapsed, the grill will
autocalibrate. Upon completion of autocalibration, the
upper platens will raise to there normal position, and the
grill controller will display “READY”.
Indicator Lights
The LED lights on the main control indicate the
temperature status of each zone.
Electric grills have (4) zones per section , TOP, (platen),
BACK GRILL, MIDDLE GRILL, and FRONT GRILL.
To Select a Menu item:
Gas grills have (2) zones per section , TOP, (platen),
and BACK GRILL.
Scroll forward through the list of available menu items by
pressing repeatedly. Scroll backward through the list of
available menu items by pressing repeatedly.
RED – The zone(s) is “TOO HOT” (more than 79˚F/43˚C over
set temperature) OR a heat zone failure has occurred.
AMBER – The zone(s) is calling for heat.
Menu Item Library
The menu item library is loaded in the computer based
upon the setting programmed in [CONFIGURE]->[GRILL
REGION]. Each menu item consists of a function called
[DISPLAY ACTIVE]. The settings in this function (AM, PM,
AM/PM, No) determine what menu items are displayed
when the button is pressed.
10:1 - CLAM
Display Active –
Default
PM
4:1 - CLAM
PM
STRIP BACON - CLAM
AM/PM
SAUSAGE CLAM FZN
AM
Menu Item
MCRIB - CLAM
NO
STEAK - CLAM
AM/PM
GRILLED CHICKEN - FLAT
PM
FOLDED EGGS FLAT
AM
ROUND EGGS - FLAT
AM
CHICKEN FLAT BRD - FLAT
NO
10:1 FLAT
NO
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GREEN – The zone(s) is at or above set temperature, but
below 79˚F/43˚C over set temperature.
To enter the standby mode:
1. Press the button. The upper platen will lower, and in
most cases the grill will maintain the grill set point of
the last product cooked.
To Exit the standby Mode:
1. Press the GREEN or ( GREEN & BLACK) pushbutton(s). The upper platen will raise.
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button(s) to initiate a cook cycle.
To display the current temperatures:
1. Press the button and repeat for each zone to be
displayed:
1st key press – Front Set Point
2nd key press – Front Actual
3rd key press – Mid Set Point
4th key press – Mid Actual
5th key press – Back Set Point
6th key press – Back Actual
7th key press – Platen Set Point
8th key press – Platen Actual
6. Alarm will sound when the cook cycle is complete
2. Pressing and holding the button for five (3) seconds
will display all of the current temperatures at once.
4. PRESS the
7. Remove product and clean grill to prepare for next
cook cycle.
To Change The Cook Time for a Menu Item
1. Select AM or PM mode. Press and hold the
2. Select Manual mode. Press and hold the
3. Select a product using the
5. Use the
or
button.
button.
arrow buttons.
button to display the cook time.
and
buttons to change the cook time.
6. The control will automatically default back to the
normal operating mode after 3 seconds.
Breakfast In Auto mode
Breakfast In Manual mode
1. Select AM mode. Press and hold the
1. Select AM mode. Press and hold the
button.
2. Select Manual mode. Press and hold the the
button.
2. Select Auto mode. Press and hold the
control will display “AM / AUTOMATIC”
button.
button. The
3. Select a product from the AM product library using the
or arrow buttons.
3. Following McDonalds procedures for the item selected,
load product on the grill.
4. Following McDonalds procedures for the item selected,
load product on the grill.
4. Press the GREEN or ( GREEN & BLACK) pushbutton(s) to initiate a cook cycle. The platen will lower,
and recognize the product that has been loaded on the
grill.
5. Press the GREEN or ( GREEN &
button(s) to initiate a cook cycle.
BLACK) push-
6. Alarm will sound when the cook cycle is complete.
7. Remove product and clean grill to prepare for the next
cook cycle.
Lunch In Manual mode
Note: Switching from breakfast to lunch menu items will
take approximately 10 minutes to heat to the appropriate
temperatures.
5. Alarm will sound when the cook cycle is complete.
6. Remove product and clean grill to prepare for the next
cook cycle.
Lunch In Auto mode
Note: Switching from breakfast to lunch menu items will
take approximately 10 minutes to heat to the appropriate
temperatures.
1. Select PM mode. Press and hold the
1. Select PM mode. Press and hold the
button.
2. Select Manual mode. Press and hold the
button.
2. Select Auto mode. Press and hold the
control will display “PM / AUTOMATIC.”
button.
button. The
3. Select a product from the PM product library using the
or arrow buttons.
3. Following the lay patterns shown on the following
page, load product on the grill.
4. Following the below lay pattern, load product on the
grill.
4. Press the GREEN or ( GREEN & BLACK) pushbutton(s) to initiate a cook cycle. The platen will lower,
and recognize the product that has been loaded on the
grill.
5. Press the
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GREEN &
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5. Alarm will sound when the cook cycle is complete
6. Remove product and clean grill to prepare for next
cook cycle.
Transition Cooking
To Shutdown Grill
Approximately 30 minutes before changing to the lunch
menu, perform the following:
1. PRESS the button (to display the upper platen
temperature).
2. Press the
3. The upper platen indicator will turn on. The upper
platen will heat to 425 degrees F (217 degrees C)
the platen will maintain this set temperature unless
another menu item is selected.
Turn Main Power Switch OFF to disable all burners. For
extended periods of shutdown, turn Main Power Switch
OFF, close and disconnect main gas and/or electrical
connections.
button.
PRODUCT RECOGNITION
This Garland Clamshell grill is equipped with Product Recognition Controls (PRC) for McDonald’s specified select products
only. This new technology allows the user to simply start a cook cycle WITHOUT having to select a specific menu item.
The PRC will recognize the product thickness by utilizing switches inside the upper platen and the magnets mounted on
the platen arms. Once the PRC calculates the thickness of the product that’s been loaded, it will look up product from the
product range library (below), and automatically select that product. (The minimum and maximum values for applicable
prodcuct are noted in the Factory Default Setting section near the end of this document.)
While cooking in Automatic Mode, the platen will lower and rest on the top of the product. The platen arms will continue
to move in a downward motion performing various calculations to measure the thickness of the product that has been
placed. In the event “Product Not Recognized” or the wrong product is recognized, perform a Auto Forced Calibration.
Performing an Auto Force Calibration will reset the platen to the grill surface.
TO PERFORM AUTO FORCED CALIBRATION
1. PRESS and HOLD the
and
buttons together. The control will display “AUTO GAP FORCE - NO”.
2. PRESS the
button. The “NO” will begin to flash.
3. PRESS the
button. The flashing “NO” will change to flashing “YES”.
4. PRESS the
button. The upper platen will immediately begin to lower and perform an auto calibration routine.
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COMMON PRODUCT RECOGNITION ISSUES
Product Recognition Errors can appear in 2 ways:
1. After initiating cook cycle, the controller displays “PRODUCT NOT RECOGNIZED - NO RECIPE FOUND”.
2. The controller displays the incorrect product for the product that was layed on the grill.
In both cases, the most common reasons for these 2 issues are as follows:
OVERLAPPING
PRODUCT
Overlapping Product - Ensure that you do
not have any patties overlapping when you
lay product. This will fool the controller into
thinking that there is much thicker product on
the grill than there is.
Wrinkled or Worn Teflon Sheet - Ensure that
the teflon sheet is installed and/or wrapped
correctly to platen. A loose, worn, or teflon sheet
with tears and/or scratches can effect product
recognition
Platen makes contact with Chicken Ring Always make sure that the chicken ring is clear
of the adjacent platen prior to initiating a cook
cycle.
Auto calibation done with carbon build up or
product residue on grill surface - Ensure that
the grill surface is free of any carbon build up.
Debris on the grill surface during auto calbration
will cause the control to mark the location of the
grill surface incorrectly
In any of the cases as outlined above or in any other event, perform a Forced Auto Calibration to reset the upper platen
distance to the grill surface. Prior to performing a Forced Auto Calibration, be sure to:
1. Make sure the upper platen is free and clear of any carbon build up or debris.
2. Ensure that the grill surface is scraped and cleaned.
3. Teflon sheet should not be worn and be fitted to the upper platen tightly.
Perform a Forced Auto Calibration routine as indicated in section “PRODUCT RECOGNITION”, “TO PERFORM FORCED AUTO
CALIBRATION”.
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PATTY PLACEMENT
This procedure for placement and removal of meat products on the clamshell grill should be followed as indicated below
and as follows:
1. Each gray rectangle depicted below represents one cooking area beneath one upper platen.
2. Patties are generally placed two at a time from front to back of grill and right to left.
3. The removal order of the patties is shown in the diagrams by the number shown in the center of each patty.
NOTE:
Patty placement procedures for International Markets may differ. Follow the recommendations of your local McDonalds’s
authorities.
Maximum patty load per lane:
8 regular (10:1) patties
4 angus (3:1) patties (region and country applicable)
6 quarter-pound (4:1) patties
8 sausage patties
6 circular bacon
NOTE: Lay patties 2 at a time, from front to back:
1 patty
2 patties
3 patties
4 patties
5 patties
6 patties
7 patties
8 patties
10:1 ONLY
NOTE: Remove the patties in the number ordered shown below:
1 patty
2 patties
3 patties
4 patties
5 patties
6 patties
7 patties
8 patties
10:1 ONLY
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BEEF INTEGRITY
10:1 Patties - Remove in 2 stacks of 4; Probe in center
of corner patties (1, 4, 5, 8).
Step 1: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #1 patty (front
right corner) in the center
of the patty.
3
As shown in the previous page, lay product on the grill in
the manner reflected. Product internal temperatures are
taken on the corner patties.
Step 2: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #4 patty (rear
right corner) in the center
of the patty.
3
Step 3: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #5 patty (front
left corner) in the center
of the patty.
3
Step 4: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #8 patty (left
rear corner) in the center
of the patty.
KEY NOTES:
•
Full runs are always required when performing food
safety
•
Target removal times are 37 seconds for
10:1’s & 107 seconds for 4:1’s.
•
Seasoning the patties must be done prior to
removing the product from the grill..
3
4:1 Patties - Remove in 3 stacks of 2; Probe in center of
corner patties (1, 2, 5, 6).
Step 1: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #1 patty (front
right corner) in the center
of the patty.
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The “Too Cool Flag” is a function in the control that allows
the grill operator to continue to cook approximately 1
additional run of product should the grill be in a “TOO
COOL” state prior to the start of a cook cycle, or at the end
of a cook cycle
1
3
3
3
5
The use of a “Too Cool Flag” is programmed under Menu
Item programming. The Too Cool Flag should be set
to “ON” in Grilled Chicken & Mushrooms ONLY. In all
remaining menu items, the “TOO COOL FLAG” should be
turned off.
3
5
5
Cooking grilled chicken utilizes various functions
and settings within the controller to ensure proper
temperature and integrity.
1
1
1
Step 2: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #2 patty (rear
right corner) in the center
of the patty.
Step 3: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #5 patty (front
left corner) in the center
of the patty.
Step 4: Using a store
calibrated pyrometer,
probe the #6 patty (left
rear corner) in the center
of the patty.
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PROGRAM LOGIC TREE; PRODUCT MENU
Press & Hold
(3 seconds)
Menu Item Displayed
RIGHT or LEFT arrow buttons
Scroll Menu Items
Product
Library
Scroll
Forward
Scroll
Backward
Select Menu Item
CLAM MENU ITEMS
FLAT MENU ITEMS
Product
Product
Display Active
Display Active
Grill Set Point
Grill Set Point
Platen Set Point
Platen Set Point
Instant On Time
Instant On Time
Remove In Time
Remove In Time
Multi Stage 1 Time
Remove Alarm
Multi Stage 2 Time
Flip Time
Multi Stage 3 Time
Flip Alarm
Remove Alarm
Sear Time
Gap Setting
Sear Alarm
Gap Mul/PR Start
Must Remove Time
Gap Multi Stage 1
Toast Buns Time
Gap Multi Stage 2
Toast Buns Alarm
Gap Multi Stage 3
Too Cool Flag
Must Remove Time
Toast Buns Time
Toast Buns Alarm
Too Cool Flag
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Backward
Scroll
Backward
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CONTROL PROGRAMMING; PRODUCT MENU
Programming Modes; Product Menu
To change the name of an existing menu
item
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a name change.
To change the grill surface set point
temperature
NOTE: Grill temperature set points are preset in the controller to the
currently region required standard. Before any adjustment to the grill
set point temperature consult McDonald’s management office on your
region. Garland grill set point temperature default on (More details page
55)
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
1. Using the or arrow buttons, select the menu item
that requires a temperature change.
3. PRESS and HOLD the
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
button.
4. To spell out the product name:
a. Use the or arrow buttons to scroll through
the character library.
Character Library:
space ! “ # $ % & ‘ ( ) * + , - . / 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 : ; < = > ? @ A B C D E F G H
IJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqr
stuvwxyz
b. PRESS
or to scroll right or left.
c. PRESS the
button to save the new menu item
name.
5. PRESS the
mode.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or arrow buttons until “Grill SetPt” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the button. The current grill set temperature
will begin to flash.
6. Using the or button, change the temperature set
point to the new desired temperature.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
To activate / deactivate a menu item in the
Normal Operating mode library, or change
its day-part
(Defaults are listed in section “OPERATING PROCEDURES”)
1. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
7. PRESS the
point.
button to save the new temperature set
8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
To change the grill upper platen set point
temperature
NOTE: Grill temperature set points are preset in the controller to the
currently required standard. You should not change this set point to any
temperature other than what is shown in section “OPERATING
PROCEDURES”.
2. Using the or arrow buttons, select the menu item
that requires activation / deactivation.
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a temperature change.
3. PRESS the button. The controller will display
“Product”. The menu item will flash.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
4. PRESS the or arrow buttons until “Display Active”
is displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The current setting will flash.
6. PRESS the
or
7. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
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button to select a different setting.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “Platen SetPt” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the button. The “PLATEN SET POINT” will
begin to flash.
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6. Using the or button, change the temperature set
point to the new desired temperature.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new temperature.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the INSTANT ON TIME
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “INSTANT ON TIME” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the
INSTANT ON TIME to the new desired time.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the REMOVE IN TIME
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “REMOVE IN TIME” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the
REMOVE IN TIME to the new desired time.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the MULTI STAGE TIME
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
4. PRESS the or button until “MULT STAGE(1,2 or3)
TIME” is displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the MULT
STAGE TIME to the new desired time.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the REMOVE ALARM
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “REMOVE ALARM” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the
REMOVE ALARM to the new desired option.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the GAP SETTING
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
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button. The controller will display
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4. PRESS the or button until “GAP SETTING” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the GAP
SETTING to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the GAP MUL/PR START
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “GAP MUL/PR START” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the GAP
MUL/START to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the GAP MULTI STAGE (1,2 or3)
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
To Change the MUST REMOVE IN
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “MUST REMOVE IN” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the MUST
REMOVE IN to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
To Change the TOAST BUNS TIME
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “TOAST BUNS TIME” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the TOART
BUNS TIME to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
4. PRESS the or button until “GAP MULTI STAGE (1,2
or 3)” is displayed on the controller.
To Change the TOAST BUNS ALARM (Auto /
Manual)
5. PRESS the
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the GAP
MULTI STAGE to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
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2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
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3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “TOAST BUNS ALARM” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the TOAST
BUNS ALARM to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
2X to return to normal operating mode.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the FLIP
TIME to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
To Change the FLIP ALARM
1. Using the or arrow buttons, select the menu item
that requires a cook time change.
To Change the TOO COOL FLAG
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
1. Using the or button, select the menu item that
requires a cook time change.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
4. PRESS the or button until “FLIP ALARM” is
displayed on the controller.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “TOO COOL FLAG” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
5. PRESS the
flash.
button. The controller will display
button. The current setting will begin to
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the FLIP
ALARM to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
button. The seconds will begin to flash.
6. Using the or button, change the TOO COOL FLAG
to the new desired setting.
To Change the SEAR TIME
7. PRESS the
button to save the new time.
8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
To Change the FLIP TIME
1. Using the or arrow buttons, select the menu item
that requires a cook time change.
1. Using the or arrow buttons, select the menu item
that requires a cook time change.
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
button. The controller will display
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
4. PRESS the or button until “SEAR TIME” is displayed
on the controller.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
5. PRESS the
flash.
button. The controller will display
button. The current setting will begin to
4. PRESS the or button until “FLIP TIME” is displayed
on the controller.
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the SEAR
TIME to the new desired setting.
5. PRESS the
flash.
7. PRESS the
button. The current setting will begin to
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8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
To Change the SEAR ALARM
1. Using the or arrow buttons, select the menu item
that requires a cook time change.
8. PRESS the
button. “NO” will change to “YES”.
9. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
10. PRESS the
button. “GRILL SETPT” will be displayed.
11. PRESS the
flash.
button. The temperature will begin to
2. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
12. Using the or button, change the temperature set
point to the new desired temperature.
3. PRESS the
“Product”.
13. PRESS the
point.
button to save the new temperature set
14. PRESS the
button. “PLATSETPT” will be displayed.
15. PRESS the
flash.
button. The temperature will begin to
button. The controller will display
4. PRESS the or button until “SEAR ALARM” is
displayed on the controller.
5. PRESS the
flash.
button. The current setting will begin to
6. Using the or arrow buttons to change the SEAR
ALARM to the new desired setting.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
8. PRESS the
mode.
2X to exit and return to normal operating
To Add NEW Menu Items
The following programming instructions serves as a GUIDE for
programming the basic settings for CLAM menu items.
1. PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number.
2. PRESS the or button until “Opt menu # - CLAM” is
displayed on the controller.
16. Using the or button, change the temperature set
point to the new desired temperature.
17. PRESS the
point.
button to save the new temperature set
18. PRESS the button until “GAP MULTI/PR START”
appears in the display.
19. PRESS the
flash.
button. The gap setting will begin to
20. Using the and DOWN button, change the gap
setting to the desired setting.
21. PRESS the
button to save the new gap setting.
22. PRESS the button 2X to exit and return to the normal
operating mode.
To activate Clean Mode
3. PRESS the button. The controller will display
“PRODUCT”
1. Using the
4. PRESS and HOLD the button. The currently select
menu item name will begin to flash.
2. Wait until unit cool down to rigth temperature. Grill
will start beep indicating right temperature to proceed
with the cleaning.
5.
To spell out the product name:
a. Use the or arrow buttons to scroll through
the character library.
b. PRESS
or to scroll right or left.
c. PRESS the
button to save the new menu item
name.
6. PRESS the
button. “Display Active” will be displayed.
7. PRESS the
button. “NO” will begin to flash.
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or
arrow buttons, select clean mode.
3. Wait until unit cool down to rigth temperature. proceed
with the cleaning.
4. Press the GREEN and proceed to follow cleaning
procedures on page 53
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Press & Hold
(3 seconds)
P
Configure
Menu Item Displayed
Forward
RIGHT or LEFT arrow buttons
Scroll Menu Items
Scroll
Forward
Product
Library
Setup
Temperature Unit 1x
Time Unit 2x
Key Chirp 3x
Audible 4x
Audio Volume 5x
Reload Defaults 6x
Multi Gap (yes/no) 7x
Audible Select 8x
Auto Mode Enable 9x
Prod Rec Timeout 10x
Heater Err Timer 11x
Too Cool Lo Lmt 12x
Preheat AM Platen 13x
Preheat PM Platen 14x
Preheat AM Grill 15x
Preheat PM Grill 16x
Press & Hold
Simultaneously
AM Product Rec
1x
Forward
Scroll
Backward
Select Menu Item
3x
Backward
2x
Backward
4x
Diagnostic
Forward
Date Code
Serial Number
Part Number
App Version
CLM1 Version
CLM2 Version
Audio Version
Motor Version
Ambient 1
Ambient 2
Ambient 3
Top Probe
Grill Probe F
Grill Probe M
Grill Probe B
External Probe
PR Back Contact
PR Front Contact
PR Back Open
PR Front Open
PR Back Detect
PR Front Detect
PR Table Value
PM Product Rec
Forward
Backward
1x
2x
3x
4x
5x
6x
7x
8x
9x
10x
11x
12x
13x
14x
15x
16x
17x
18x
19x
20x
21x
22x
23x
5x
Calibration
Forward
Forward
Roasted Bacon Min 1x
Roasted Bacon Max 2x
Sausage Clam Min 3x
Sausage Clam Max 4x
Steak Clam Min 5x
Steak Clam Max 6x
Opt Menu 1 Min 7x
Opt Menu 1 Max 8x
Opt Menu 2 Min 9x
Opt Menu 2 Max 10x
1x Grill Type
2x Platen Enabled
3x Grill Region
4x Remove Alarm
5x Cook Zone
6x More Multigap
7x Auto Standby Timer
8x Auto Standby Delay
9x Language *
1x Roasted Bacon Min
2x Roasted Bacon Max
3x 10:1 Clam Min
4x 10:1 Clam Max
5x 4:1 Clam Min
6x 4:1 Clam Max
7x Steak Clam Min
8x Steak Clam Max
9x McRib Clam Min
10x McRib Clam Max
11x Angus 3:1 C Min
12x Angus 3:1 C Max
13x Mushrooms C Min
14x Mushrooms C Max
15x Opt Menu 5 Min
16x Opt Menu 5 Max
Backward
6x
Service
1x Level / Reed Sw
2x Auto Gap Force
3x Probe Cal
4x Gap Calibration
5x Reed Sw. Min
6x Reed Sw. Max
7x Show Reed Data
8x Front Reed Cal
9x Back Reed Cal
10x F Zero Cal
11x B Zero Cal
12x F Arm Offset_Min
13x Cal Delta Percent
Backward
Forward
1x Encoder Counts
2x Switch Status
3x Buss Voltage
4x Lonworks Service
5x Use Platen
6x Cook Cycle Count
7x User Hystory Log
8x Clear User History
9x History Log
10x Calibration Log
Backward
* Visible only when Canada,Australia selected in Grill Region
Backward
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Prompt
Description
GRILL TYPE
Grill Type
PLATEN ENABLED
Allow User to Use on Zone for Flat
Product
GRILL REGION
Determines The World Grill location to be Used
REMOVE ALARM
Determine the must remove in
alarm type to be used
COOK ZONE
Defines control panel location on
Unit
Determines if the multi gap/time
menu item prompts are displayed
Enable/Disable the auto stanby
AUTO STANDBY TMR
feature
The delay time of no key activity
AUTO STANDBY DLY before the auto stanby warning
activates
MORE MULTIGAP
LANGUAGE
Language selection
Prompt
Description
TEMPERATURE UNIT
Temperature Units
TIME UNIT
Time Units
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
Values
GAS or ELECTRIC
ELECTRIC
YES or NO
YES
WORLD, JAPAN, HONG KONG, UNITED
KINGDOM, AUSTRALIA/CANADA
WORLD
TIME THEN ALARM
TIME THEN ALARM
CENTER, RIGHT, LEFT
LEFT
YES or NO
YES
ON or OFF
OFF
1 to 5
Default: 3
Options: English or French
Default: English
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default:
Options:
KEY CHIRP
Key Chirp (beep sound)
Default:
Options:
AUDIBLE
Audible Alarm Sound
Default:
Options:
AUDIO VOLUME
Audio Volume
Default:
Options:
RELOAD DEFAULTS Reload McDonald’s Menu structure
Default:
Options:
Allows for Multi Gapping of the
MULTI GAP
Platen
Default:
Allow User to Select Desired Loud- Options:
AUDIBLE SELECT
ness of Audible
Default:
Options:
AUTO MODE ENABLE
Allow User to User
Default:
Allows user to select desired time Options:
PROD REC TIMEOUT
where PR will be aborted
Default:
Range:
The period of time used to deterHEATER ERR TIMER
mine HEATER ERR
Default:
The offset to the minimum safety
Range:
limit that would alarm and preTOO COOL LO LMT
vent the starting of a cook cycle if Default:
the TOO COOL FLAG is activated
Range:
Temperature set point at the platPR AM PLATEN SP
en when is PR Mode - AM Menu
Default:
Range:
Temperature set point at the platPR PM PLATEN SP
en when is PR Mode - PM Menu
Default:
Range:
Temperature set point at the grill
PR AM GRILL SP
when is PR Mode - AM Menu
Default:
Range:
Temperature set point at the grill
PR PM GRILL SP
when is PR Mode - PM Menu
Default:
Range:
PREHEAT AM PLATEN PreHeat of platen for AM Menu
Default:
Range:
PREHEAT PM PLATEN PreHeat of platen for PM Menu
Default:
Range:
PREHEAT AM GRILL PreHeat of grill for AM Menu
Default:
Range:
PREHEAT PM GRILL PreHeat of grill for PM Menu
Default:
Values
C or 0F
0
F
MSS (minutes, second)
MMM (minutes only)
SSS (seconds only)
SSS
Yes or No
Yes
Off, 3 Second, Stroke, Song
3 Sec
from 0 to 100 (low to high)
100
Yes or No
No
Yes or No
Yes
0, 1 or 2
1
Yes or No
Yes
1 to 30
10
60 to 1200
425
OFF, 1F to 450F
Visibility
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible - Displayed as minutes.
Visible only if Canada/Australia
is selected in Grill Region.
Visibility
0
OFF
Off - 450F
425F
Off - 450F
425F
Off - 450F
350F
Off - 450F
350F
250 - 450F
425F
250 - 450F
425F
250 - 450F
275F
250 - 450F
350F
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Only visible if platen
enabled
Always visible
Only visible if platen
enabled
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
Always visible
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Prompt
Description
Allow technician to adjust platen reed
switches
LEVEL/REED SW
AUTO GAP FORCE
Allow User to run an calibration manually
PROBE CAL
Offset for temp calibration
GAP CALIBRATION
REED SW MIN
CALIBRATION SUBMENU
REED SW MAX
SHOW REED DATA
FL REED CAL CLS
RL REED CAL CLS
FR REED CAL CLS
RR REED CAL CLS
FL REED CAL OPEN
RL REED CAL OPEN
FR REED CAL OPEN
RR REED CAL OPEN
F ARM OFFSET MIN
Allow User to select the min. limit for gap
cal.
Allow User to select the max. limit for gap
cal. A delta > than this creates a platen error.
Switch used to determine if reed cal data is
displayed.
Close reading of the Front Left Reed switch
during calibration
Close reading of the Rear Left Reed switch
during calibration
Close reading of the Front Right Reed switch
during calibration
Close reading of the Rear Right Reed switch
during calibration
Open reading of the Front Left Reed switch
during calibration
Open reading of the Right Left Reed switch
during calibration
Open reading of the Front Right Reed
switch during calibration
Open reading of the Rear Right Reed switch
during calibration
Minimum offset value to be subtracted from
front reed switch value
FRONT CORRECTION Value use by the PR algorithm
CAL DELTA PERCNT
% of reed switch delta to be subtracted from
front reed switch value.
PR LEVEL PERCNT
Correction value use by the PR algorithm
CRC
Correction value use by the PR algorithm
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Values
Options: YES or NO
Default: NO
Options: YES or NO
Default: NO
Options:
Default:
Range: -20 to +20
Default: 0
Range: 0 to 1000
Default: 200
Range: 0 to 1000
Default: 300
Options: YES or NO
Default: NO
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Options: N/A
Default: 999
Range: -3000 to 1000
Default: 20
Range: 0 - 1
Default: 0.83
Range: 0 to 100
Default: 99
Range: 1 - 99
Default: 99
Range: 0 - 201
Default: 100
Visibility
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Top only visible if platen is
enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
Only visible if platen is enabled
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
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Prompt
Description
DATECODE
Date of manufacture (week /year)
SERIAL NUMBER
PART NUMBER
APP VERSION
CLM 1 VERSION
CLM 2 VERSION
AUDIO VERSION
MOTOR VERSION
AMBIENT 1
AMBIENT 2
AMBIENT 3
Serial Number
Control model number
Application number and revision
Control loop module 1 number and revision
Control loop module 2 number and revision
Audio module number and revision
Motor control number and revision
Cjc 1 temperature
Cjc 2 temperature
Cjc 3 temperature
TOP PROBE
Platen Temperature
GRILL PROBE F
GRILL PROBE M
GRILL PROBE B
EXTERNAL PROBE
FL REED PR CLS
RL REED PR CLS
FR REED PR CLS
RR REED PR CLS
FL REED PR OPEN
RL REED PR OPEN
FR REED PR OPEN
RR REED PR OPEN
FL PR CONTACT
RL PR CONTACT
FR PR CONTACT
RR PR CONTACT
PR TABLE VALUE
Grill front temperature
Grill middle temperature
Grill back temperature
Actual temperature channel
Front Left reed switch close mils during PR. Raw values
Rear Left reed switch close mils during PR. Raw values
Front Rigth reed switch close mils during PR. Raw values
Rear Right reed switch close mils during PR. Raw values
Front Left reed switch open mils during PR. Raw values
Rear Left reed switch open mils during PR. Raw values
Front Right reed switch open mils during PR. Raw values
Rear Right reed switch open mils during PR. Raw values
Front Left reed switch close mils during PR. Calculated values
Rear Left reed switch close mils during PR. Calculated values
Front Right reed switch close mils during PR. Calculated values
Rear Right reed switch close mils during PR. Calculated values
Last product recognition mils
Prompt
Description
ENCODER COUNTS
Encoder counts
SWITCH STATUS
Status for switches
BUSS VOLTAGE
Buss voltage value
LONWORKS SERVICE
Used to indicate LonWorks activity
USE PLATEN
Enable or disable platen
COOK CYCLE COUNT
Cook cycle count
USER HIST. LOG
(More details page 44)
CLEAR USER HIST.
Clear User history log
HISTORY LOG.
User history log
CALIBRATION LOG.
Reading from last calibration
(See error log for details)
Values
Options:
Default:
Options:
Default: 8
Range: 120 - 350
“Value”
Default:
(see NOTE below)
Options: YES to NO
Default: NO
Options: YES or NO
Default: YES
Options: 0 - 9999999
Default: N/A
Range: 0 to 99
Default: N/A
Options: YES or NO
Default: NO
Range: 0 to 99
Default: 0
Last calibration
Range:
saved
Default: 0
Visibility
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Visible if the platen is
enabled - Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Visibility
Always visible - Displayed as
decimal value.
Always visible - Displayed as
decimal value.
Always visible.
Always visible.
Always visible.
Always visible.
Always visible.
Always visible.
Always visible.
Always visible.
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6. PRESS the
To Change the Temperature Display Units
(Fahrenheit / Celcius)
7. PRESS the OR arrow buttons to change the
flashing time unit.
For a complete listing of setup functions and their
options, see section titled “FUNCTION OPTIONS;
SYSTEM MENUS”.
The temperature display units (F or C) will change
the way a temperature is displayed on the controller
(F – Fahrenheit, C – Celcius)
1. With the controller display ON and either displaying
the current menu item or displaying “OFF”, PRESS and
HOLD the button for approximately 3 seconds.
Controller will display previously selected menu item
and its corresponding item number OR “Standby /
Menu Item”.
2. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER.
“CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
3. PRESS the
display
arrow button. “Setup” will appear in the
4. PRESS the button. “Temperature Unit” will appear in
the display.
5. PRESS the button. The currently set temperature
unit will flash.
6. PRESS the OR arrow buttons to change the
flashing temperature unit.
7. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
8. PRESS THE
2X to exit the program mode.
To Change the Time Display Units
Changing the Time Display Units will change the way
timing cycles are displayed on the controller.
1. With the controller display ON and either displaying
the current menu item or displaying “OFF”, PRESS and
HOLD the button for approximately 3 seconds.
Controller will display previously selected menu item
and its corresponding item number OR “Standby /
Menu Item”.
button. The current time unit will flash.
8. PRESS the
button to save the new setting
9. PRESS THE
2X to exit the program mode.
To change the Key Chirp (Yes / No)
Changing the Key Chirp On or Off will either turn on or off
the sound of the controller when a button is pressed.
1. With the controller display ON and either displaying
the current menu item or displaying “OFF”, PRESS and
HOLD the button for approximately 3 seconds.
Controller will display previously selected menu item
and its corresponding item number OR “Standby /
Menu Item”.
2. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER.
“CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
3. PRESS the
display
arrow button. “Setup” will appear in the
4. PRESS the button. “Temperature Unit” will appear in
the display.
5. PRESS the
display.
repeatedly until “Key Chirp” appears in the
6. PRESS the
flash.
button. The currently set Key Chirp will
7. PRESS the OR arrow buttons to change the
flashing “YES” or “NO”
8. PRESS the
button to save the new setting.
9. PRESS THE
2X to exit the program mode.
2. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER.
“CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
3. PRESS the
display.
arrow button. “Setup” will appear in the
4. PRESS the button. “Temperature Unit” will appear in
the display.
5. PRESS the
1X. “Time Unit” will appear in the display.
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CONTROL PROGRAMMING; SYSTEM MENU
To change the Audible
Changing the Audible Sound will change the way the
controller sounds when a timing cycle has completed its
countdown.
1. With the controller display ON and either displaying
the current menu item or displaying “OFF”, PRESS and
HOLD the button for approximately 3 seconds.
Controller will display previously selected menu item
and its corresponding item number OR “Standby /
Menu Item”.
2. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER.
“CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
3. PRESS the
display
arrow button. “Setup” will appear in the
4. PRESS the button. “Temperature Unit” will appear in
the display.
5. PRESS the
display.
repeatedly until “Audible” appears in the
6. PRESS the
flash.
button. The currently set Audible will
7. PRESS the OR arrow buttons to change the
flashing audible options.
For a complete listing of setup functions and their
options, see section titled “FUNCTION OPTIONS;
SYSTEM MENUS”.
8. PRESS the
button to save the current setting.
9. PRESS THE
2X to exit the program mode.
WARNING,
The following procedure will result in replacing
all actual setting on the grill (temperatures,
cooking time and others), being reset to their
factory seeting defaults.
3. PRESS the
display
arrow button. “Setup” will appear in the
4. PRESS the button. “Temperature Unit” will appear in
the display.
5. PRESS the button 6x. The controller will display
“Reload Defaults – NO.”
6. PRESS the
button. “NO” will begin to flash.
7. PRESS the
button. “NO” will change to “YES”.
8. PRESS the button. The system will Reload the MENU
items to factory default settings.
9. Wait 15-20 seconds. The control then automatically
returns to OFF mode.
To Restore Factory Defaults for All Functions
1. Ensure the main power is turned off by
turning the main power switch to the OFF
mode.
2. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER,
while cycling main power ON with the
main power switch. The control will display
“PASSWORD”
3. Within 3-5 seconds, press the following keys
in this sequence:
4. Upon successful completion, the controller
will display FULL DEFAULTS
5. Wait 15-20 seconds. The control then automatically
returns to OFF mode.
To Restore Factory Defaults for All Product
Menu Items
1. With the controller display ON and either displaying the
current menu item or displaying “OFF,” PRESS and HOLD
the button for approximately 3 seconds. Controller
will display previously selected menu item and its
corresponding item number OR “Standby / Menu Item.”
2. PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER.
“CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
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NO
AM &
PM
HOTCAKES FLAT
OPT. MENU1 CLAM
(HIPD)
OPT. MENU 2 - CLAM
(HIPD)
ANGUS 3:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
MUSHROOMS CLAM
(HIPD)
OPT. MENU 5 CLAM
(HIPD)
OPT. MENU 6 CLAM
(HIPD)
OPT. MENU 7 - CLAM
(HIPD)
FOLDED EGGS CLAM
(HIPD)
ROUND EGGS CLAM
(HIPD)
OPT. MENU 3 FLAT
OPT. MENU 4 FLAT
CLEAN MODE
(Not shown)
15
26
OFF
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
AM/PM
325˚F
OFF
OFF
285˚F
285˚F
OFF
OFF
OFF
350˚F
350˚F
OFF
PM
365˚F
NO
365˚F
NO
NO
365˚F
365˚F
340˚F
350˚F
265˚F
265˚F
350˚F
350˚F
350˚F
350˚F
350˚F
325˚F
OFF
OFF
300˚F
300˚F
OFF
OFF
OFF
425˚F
425˚F
OFF
OFF
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
OFF
OFF
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
NONE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
60
(30)
60
(45)
0/0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
0
0
0
150
120
0
0
0
104
170
0
0
140
270
390
270
125
100
150
120
475
104
82
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
70
(60)
163
10
107
0
5
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
MANUAL
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
MULT MULT MULT
RESTAGE STAGE STAGE MOVE
1 TIME 2 TIME 3 TIME ALARM
37
NONE
30
(10)
0
25
(5)
30
(10)
REMOVE
IN
TIME
N/A
N/A
625
625
250
250
250
425
534
250
469
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
415
530
350
265
415
255
GAP
SETTING
N/A
N/A
625
625
250
250
250
425
534
250
469
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
415
530
350
265
400
245
GAP
MUL/
PR
START
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
425
265
GAP
MULTI
STAGE
1
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
GAP
MULTI
STAGE
2
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
GAP
MULTI
STAGE
3
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
90
150
270
150
75
0
0
0
225
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FLIP
TIME
AUTO
AUTO
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
AUTO
MANUAL
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
NONE
NONE
MANUAL
NONE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FLIP
ALARM
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
20
20
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SEAR
TIME
AUTO
MANUAL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NONE
MANUAL
MANUAL
NONE
MANUAL
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NONE
NONE
NONE
0
NONE
NONE
0
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
NONE
0
NONE
0
NONE
NONE
0
0
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
0
0
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
TOO
COOL
FLAG
Conversion Values:
265˚F = 129˚C
285˚F = 140˚C
300˚F = 149˚C
350˚F = 177˚C
425˚F = 218˚C
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
AUTO
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
AUTO
AUTO
TOAST TOAST
BUNS BUNS
TIME ALARM
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
MUST
SEAR
REALARM MOVE
IN
HIPD : means that this product will not be available to the operator if the platen is disabled
NOTE:
• All parameters can accesed and edited by pressing the P key then using UP/Down/Right/Le /Enter keys.
• Values for Electric and Gas units are the same unless an extra value is specified in brackets () which corresponds to Gas.
• N/A means that this parameter is not applicable for this product and the menu will skip to the next available parameter
• When platen is disabled, the Platen Set Point will no longer be visible unless it is normally set to “OFF” While the platen IS enabled. In this case, the platen set point will remain “OFF”
• The TOO COOL FLAG se ng is not visible on gas grills
• The PR Values are not visible to the operator
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
SAUSAGE FLAT FZN
14
NO
NO
NO
4:1 FLAT
10:1 FLAT
11
NO
MCRIB FLAT
CHIC F BRD FLAT
10
AM
12
ROUND EGGS FLAT
9
AM
PM
AM
NO
AM
AM/PM
350˚F
350˚F
PM
PM
NONE
YES
INDISSTANT
GRILL PLATEN
PLAY
ON
SETPT.
SP.
ACTIVE
TIME
(GAS)
13
GRILL CHICK. FLAT
FOLDED EGGS FLAT
8
Off
10:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
4:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
ROAST BACON CLAM
(HIPD)
SAUSAGE CLAM FZN
(HIPD)
MCRIB CLAM
(HIPD)
STEAK CLAM
(HIPD)
PRODUCT
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Menu
#
500
430
N/A
210
1
365
160
725
480
N/A
405
130
499
345
"PR "PR
Min" Max"
Hidden
Value
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FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING
Factory Default Setting - Product Menu - World
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10:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
4:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
PRODUCT
Off
10:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
4:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
3:1 ANGUS CLAM
(HIPD)
PRODUCT
PM
PM
ACTIVE
PM
PM
PM
ACTIVE
350˚F
350˚F
GRILL
SETPT
350˚F
350˚F
350˚F
NONE
GRILL
SETPT
60
(30)
25
(5)
30
(10)
190
107
37
0
0
0
0
0
0
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
574
415
255
574
400
245
GAP
MUL/
PR
START
0
425
265
AUTO
AUTO
395
245
REGAP
MOVE
SETTING
ALARM
395
240
GAP
MUL/
PR
START
0
0
0
425
245
395
0
0
0
GAP
GAP
GAP
MULTI
MULTI
MULTI
STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3
0
0
0
GAP
GAP
GAP
MULTI
MULTI
MULTI
STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3
UNITED KINGDOM (UK) PRODUCT MENU SETTINGS ONLY
0
10
5
INSTANT
REMULT
MULT
MULT
PLATEN
ON
MOVE STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3
SETPT
TIME
IN TIME
TIME
TIME
TIME
(ELEC)
30
425˚F
47
25
0
0
(10)
30
425˚F
114
10
70
0
(10)
425˚F
425˚F
425˚F
NONE
REGAP
MOVE
SETTING
ALARM
15
20
MUST
REMOVE
IN
0
0
0
MUST
REMOVE
IN
PD : means that this product will not be available to the operator if the platen is disabled
OTE:
All parameters can accesed and edited by pressing the P key then using UP/Down/Right/Le /Enter keys.
Values for Electric and Gas units are the same unless an extra value is specified in brackets () which corresponds to Gas.
N/A means that this parameter is not applicable for this product and the menu will skip to the next available parameter.
When platen is disabled, the Platen Set Point will no longer be visible unless it is normally set to “OFF” While the platen IS enabled. In this case, the platen set point will remain “OFF”
The TOO COOL FLAG se ng is not visible on gas grills.
The PR Values are not visible to the operator.
2
1
Menu #
18
2
1
Menu
#
CANADA PRODUCT MENU SETTING ONLY
INSTANT
REMULT
MULT
MULT
PLATEN
ON
MOVE STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3
SETPT
TIME
IN TIME
TIME
TIME
TIME
25
22
TOAST
BUNS
TIME
NONE
0
0
TOAST
BUNS
TIME
YES
YES
TOO
COOL
FLAG
NO
NO
NO
TOO
COOL
FLAG
365
160
PR
Min
530
365
160
PR
Min
Conversion Values:
265˚F = 129˚C
285˚F = 140˚C
300˚F = 149˚C
350˚F = 177˚C
425˚F = 218˚C
AUTO
AUTO
TOAST
BUNS
ALARM
NONE
AUTO
AUTO
TOAST
BUNS
ALARM
499
345
PR
Max
750
529
345
PR
Max
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GARLAND CLAMSHELL GRILLS WITH PRODUCT RECOGNITION
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING
Factory Default Setting - Product Menu - Canada, Australia & UK
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Part#: 4530668 Rev 04(31 Oct 2012)
PM
NO
AM
NO
NO
PM
AM
AM/PM
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
AM / PM
PM
NO
NO
NO
{AM
&PM}
4:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
SLICE BACON CLAM
(HIPD)
SAUSAGE CLAM
FZN (HIPD)
MCRIB CLAM
(HIPD)
STEAK CLAM
(HIPD)
GRILL CHICKEN
FLAT
FOLDED EGGS FLAT
ROUND EGGS FLAT
CHIC F BRD FLAT
10:1 FLAT
4:1 FLAT
MCRIB FLAT
SAUSAGE FLAT FZN
HOTCAKES FLAT
OPT. MENU 1 CLAM
(HIPD)
OPT. MENU 1 CLAM
(HIPD)
ANGUS 3:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
MUSHROOMS
CLAM (HIPD)
HI TEMP TEST GRL
HI TEMP TEST PLT
TERIYAKI CLAM
(HIPD)
FOLDED EGGS
CLAM (HIPD)
ROUND EGGS
CLAM (HIPD)
OPT. MENU 3 FLAT
TERIYAKI FLAT
"CLEAN MODE
(Not visible)"
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
325ºF
177C
OFF
140˚F
140˚F
177C
177C
177C
177C
177C
OFF
OFF
185C
185C
185C
185C
171C
177C
135C
129C
177C
177C
177C
177C
177C
177C
177C
325ºF
OFF
OFF
149˚F
149˚F
218C
218
218C
218C
218C
OFF
OFF
218C
218C
218C
218C
218C
218C
OFF
OFF
218C
218C
218C
218C
218C
218C
218C
N/A
PLATEN
SETPT
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
60
(45)
60
(30)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
0
30
(10)
0
0
30
(10)
25
(5)
180
0
150
120
80
3599
3599
104
230
0
0
140
270
390
270
125
100
135
120
410
104
163
82
23
107
37
INSTANT
REMOVE
ON TIME
IN TIME
(GAS)
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
10
5
MULT
STAGE 1
TIME
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
MULT
STAGE 2
TIME
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
MULT
STAGE 3
TIME
MANUAL
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
MANUAL
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
N/A
N/A
625
625
366
250
250
415
625
250
469
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
415
530
343
89
415
255
N/A
N/A
625
625
366
250
250
415
625
250
469
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
415
530
343
89
400
245
GAP
REMOVE
GAP
MUL/PR
ALARM SETTING
START
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
425
265
GAP
MULTI
STAGE 1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
GAP
MULTI
STAGE 2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
0
0
0
GAP
MULTI
STAGE 3
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
90
150
200
150
75
0
0
0
195
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FLIP
TIME
AUTO
AUTO
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
AUTO
MANUAL
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
NONE
NONE
NONE
MANUAL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
FLIP
ALARM
HIPD : means that this product will not be available to the operator if the platen is disabled
NOTE:
• All parameters can accesed and edited by pressing the P key then using UP/Down/Right/Le /Enter keys.
• Values for Electric and Gas units are the same unless an extra value is specified in brackets () which corresponds to Gas.
• N/A means that this parameter is not applicable for this product and the menu will skip to the next available parameter
• When platen is disabled, the Platen Set Point will no longer be visible unless it is normally set to “OFF” While the platen IS enabled. In this case, the platen set point will remain “OFF”
• The TOO COOL FLAG se ng is not visible on gas grills
NO
AM / PM
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
PM
N/A
YES
Off
GRILL
SETPT
ACTIVE
Edit
(Program)
10:1 CLAM
(HIPD)
PRODUCT
1
Menu #
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0
0
0
20
20
0
0
0
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SEAR
TIME
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
18
MUST
REMOVE
IN
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TOAST
BUNS
TIME
Conversion Values:
265˚F = 129˚C
285˚F = 140˚C
300˚F = 149˚C
350˚F = 177˚C
425˚F = 218˚C
MANUAL
AUTO
NAUTO
AUTO
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NONE
MANUAL
NONE
MANUAL
MANUAL
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SEAR
ALARM
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
AUTO
TOAST
BUNS
ALARM
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INSTALLATION/OPERATION & SERVICE MANUAL- 3P-1
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTING
Factory Default Setting - Product Menu - Japan & Hong Kong
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PLATEN LEVELING
1.
Platen Level Check Procedure.
In order to ensure that the platen is level within acceptable limits, you should use the Go/No-Go Gapping Tool check gauge, P/N 4531254, shown fig #1.
1–1. Instruction for the use of this gauge can be found at https://clamshell.garland-group.com.
If this gauge is not available or if the platen needs to be re-levelled, then proceed with
step #2.
Figure # 1. Go/No-Go Gapping Gauge Too P/N 4531254
2.
Platen Levelling Procedure.
In order to achieve proper cooking performance, you need to ensure that the platen is level to the
grill, that the platen reed switches are in their proper location, and that all magnets are the correct
distance, away from the switches (located inside the upper platen).
2–1. Enter the “LEVEL/REED SW” Mode”
a.
With the controller display ON and either displaying the current menu item or displaying “OFF”, PRESS and HOLD the button for approximately 3 seconds. Controller will
display
the previously selected menu item and its corresponding item number
OR “Standby / Menu Item”.
b.
PRESS the AND arrow buttons TOGETHER for approximately 3 seconds and “CONFIGURE” will appear in the display.
c.
PRESS the 2X. “CALIBRATION” will appear in the display.
d.
PRESS the button. “LEVEL/REED SW” will appear in the display.
e.
PRESS the button. “NO” will begin to flash.
f.
PRESS the button. “NO” will change to “YES”.
g.
PRESS the button. “YES” will stop flashing.
h.
Ensure the grill surface is free of objects and debris, and ensure that Teflon release
sheets (if used) are removed and then press the GREEN push-button to lower the
platen.
2–2. Using a flat screwdriver or the Platen Adjusting tool, remove the platen adjuster grease caps.
2–3. Using a flat screwdriver or the Platen Adjusting tool, remove the platen adjuster locking caps.
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PLATEN LEVELING
2–4.
Adjust Platen:
a.
Using a flat screwdriver or the Platen Adjusting tool, adjust rear of platen until the GO
portion of the Gap Gauge P/N 1838701 (Fig#3) fits snugly between the upper platen
and grill surface. The Gap Gauge should fit snugly under the platen, but STOP at the
first raised step on the gapping tool (No-Go). See gauge conventions in Figure #4
b.
Move next to the front adjustment and raise or lower the front of the upper platen
until the Gap Gauge fits snugly between the upper platen and grill surface. The front
of the platen has only a SINGLE-POINT adjustment. Fit the Gap Gauge under the front
of the platen, and adjust until both sides gauge equally.
c.
At times, it may be difficult to have the gauge pass correctly on all four corners. In this
event, ensure the two front locations are gapped correctly, and then ensure that at
least one of the rear locations is gapped correctly leaving the other rear location with a
smaller gap such that it fails the GO condition of the gauge. The NO GO portion of the
gauge should never fail at any location during platen levelling.
2–5. After the platen is leveled, check to ensure that for each adjuster nut, no more than two (2)
threads are exposed or hidden in comparison to the arm, see proper setup of adjuster nuts
(see fig# 5, 6 & 7).
2–6. After adjusting the upper platen, YOU MUST ADJUST AND SET THE UPPER PLATEN REED
SWITCHES. Refer to next section in the Service Manual for more details.
INSERT
GAP GAUGE TO
CHECK FRONT
CORN
CORNERS
PLATEN
RT
INSERT
UGE TO
GAP GAUGE
RONT
CHECK FRONT
ERS
CORNERS
GRILL PLATE
PLATEN SIDE VIEW (Figure #2)
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PLATEN LEVELING
Platen Levelling Gauge Tool (figure 3)
Platen Levelling Gauge Tool
Part #: 1838701
Setup gauge provided with the grill
Gauge Tool Convections (figure 4)
PASS – GO portion goes under platen but NOGO portion does not
Fail – GO portion does not go under platen
Fail – NOGO portion goes under platen
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PLATEN LEVELING
Proper set up of adjuster nuts
Grease Cap
Platen Arm
Thread Female
Locking Nut
Adjuster Nut
Shoulder Bolt
Figure # 5 - No more than two (2) threads female, as per diagram showing above
Grease Cap
Platen Arm
Threads Flush
Locking Nut
Adjuster Nut
Shoulder Bolt
Figure # 6 - Desired position, boths threads flush, as per diagram showing above
Grease Cap
Platen Arm
Thread Male
Locking Nut
Adjuster Nut
Shoulder Bolt
Figure # 7 - No more than two (2) threads male, as per diagram showing above
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TO SET REED SWITCHES
In order to ensure that the platen reed switches are in
their proper location, you must ensure that the distance of
the magnet is the correct distance away from the switch
(located inside the upper platen).
4.
Note: If not already in the “LEVEL/REED SW” mode, enter, if
in “LEVEL/REED SW” mode already go to step #2.
1.
Enter the “LEVEL/REED SW” mode:
a) With the controller display ON and either
displaying the current menu item or displaying
“OFF” PRESS and HOLD the
button for 3
seconds. Controller will display previously selected
menu item and its corresponding item number OR
“Standby / Menu Item”.
AND
arrow buttons TOGETHER
b) PRESS the
for approximately 3 seconds and “CONFIGURE” will
appear in the display.
c) PRESS the 2X. “CALIBRATION” appears.
d) PRESS the button. “LEVEL/REED SW” appears.
e) PRESS the button. “NO” will begin to flash.
f ) PRESS the button. “NO” will change to “YES”.
g) PRESS the button. “YES” will stop flashing.
h) Press the GREEN button to lower the platen.
2.
Remove the reed switch grease caps.
3.
Remove the reed switch locking caps.
Clockwise
Counter-clockwise
5.
Screw the magnet UP
(counter-clockwise)
UNTIL the hi-pitched
BEEP STOPS.
Counter-clockwise
(one full turn)
6.
Screw the magnet
counter-clockwise
one, (1), more full turn
(360˚)
+1
7.
Repeat the procedure for the opposite reed switch.
8.
Screw down reed switch locking caps.
GREASE CAP
Note: it is necessary hold the magnet in place when
screwing down the locking cap.
LOCKING CAP
9.
MAGNET
TOP PLATEN
FRAME
Magnet Assy
Using the Platen
Adjusting Tool or a
flat scredriver, screw
the magnet down
(clockwise) UNTIL the
controller sounds a hi
pitched BEEP.
After setting the reed switches as desribed, you must
perform a Forced Auto Calibration.
Press the GREEN button to raise the platen.
10. PRESS
until “AUTO GAP FORCE” appears.
11. PRESS the
button. “NO” will begin to flash.
12. PRESS the
button. “NO” will change to “YES”.
13. PRESS the button. The platen will immediately
lower and reset its internal measurements.
14. Reinstall grease caps.
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TO REPLACE MAGNET ASSEMBLY
1.
Remove grease cap and lock nut.
5.
Perform platen leveling procedure
2.
Using the platen adjusting tool or a flat screwdriver,
screw the magnet CLOCKWISE out of the bottom of
the platen arm assembly.
6.
Perform reed switch calibration procedure, refer to
section; to set reed switches.
7.
Thread lock nut in from the top and screw down to
meet up with the aluminum magnet assembly
8.
Use a wrench to hold the magnet assembly below
the arm to prevent it from rotating while you use the
platen adjust screw or a screwdriver to jam the locknut against the magnet assembly
Magnet Assy
GREASE CAP
LOCKING CAP
MAGNET
3.
4.
If the magnet does not clear the platen arm assembly,
lower the gap adjustment in the front to give clearance for the magnet assembly.
Install new magnet assembly from the bottom up.
Ensure proper magnet thread seating
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TO REPLACE THE REED SWITCH
HIGH VOLTAGE
Reed switches carry high votage. Disconnect
power supply before starting this procedure
1. Remove platen cover
2. Remove wire
connector cutting
the wire right after
the end of connector
of the old reed
switch.
Note:
Mark wires for easy reconnection of new reed swicth
3. Remove reed switch
bracket with 1/4”
wrench or flat
screwdriver
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4. Confirm that your
positioning gauge is
in square by checking
it against the corner
of the platen arm as
shown on picture.
Bend for complaint fit
if necessary.
5. Reinstall reed switch
bracket using the
positioning gauge.
Align pushing in the
direction shown, and
tighten securly.
6. Insert the insulation
stretch sleeve
in the wire, strip
wires, insert a new
connector then using
a crimp plier crimp
both end connector.
7. Slice insulation over
the connector and
reinstall platen cover.
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INSTALLATION/OPERATION & SERVICE MANUAL- 3P-1
REED SWITCH OPERATION
The Motor Speed Control is equipped with LED light that indicates the state of the reed switches (Front & Rear), and the
limit switches (Upper & Lower). The LED light is ON when the state of the switch is OPEN. The LED light is OFF when the
state of the switch is CLOSED. (LED colors may vary)
= LED not lighted / Switch Is CLOSED
= LED lighted / Switch Is OPEN
PLATEN UP
FRONT
REED
REAR
REED
LOWER
LIMIT
UPPER
LIMIT
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
NORMAL state of the switches when
the platen is in the UP position.
PLATEN DOWN
FRONT
REED
REAR
REED
LOWER
LIMIT
UPPER
LIMIT
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
OPEN
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REED SWITCH OPERATION (CONTINUED)
FRONT
REED
REAR
REED
LOWER
LIMIT
UPPER
LIMIT
Platen in the Up Position – Switches are in NORMAL state.
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
Platen movement command has been initiated.
Upper Limit switch as OPENED.
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
Platen has moved to the DOWN position.
Lower Limit switch has CLOSED.
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
OPEN
Platen has raised up to PREHEAT GAP SETTING of .450.
Lower Limit Switch OPENS.
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
AUTO CALIBRATION BEGINS AFTER GRILL REACHES TEMPERATURE AND COUNTDOWN TIMER EXPIRES.
Auto calibration begins. Lower Limit Switch CLOSES
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
OPEN
Platen continues to move down. Rear Reed Switch CLOSES.
OPEN
CLOSED
CLOSED
OPEN
Platen continues to move down. Front Reed Switch CLOSES.
CLOSED
CLOSED
CLOSED
OPEN
Linear Actuator reverses polarity. Platen Raises.
Front Reed Switch OPENS.
OPEN
CLOSED
CLOSED
OPEN
Platen continues to rise. Rear Reed Switch OPENS.
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
OPEN
Platen continues to ruse. Lower limit switch opens.
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
Platen continues to ruse. Upper Limit switch OPENS.
Movement stops.
OPEN
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OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
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TO REPLACE THE REED SWITCH (CONTINUED)
Explanation of calibration numbers, auto calibration, and other Reed Switch variables.
FRONT
MAGNETS
figure#1: Platen in the parallel position
figure#2: Platen resting on grill plate
After the platen reaches the parallel position (figure #1), the actuator will continue to run bringing the
platen to a resting position on the grill plate as shown (figure#2).
Once the platen is resting on the grill surface, the linear
actuator will continue to run, lowering the platen arm even
more, causing the shoulder bolts to ride up into the arm.
This is the reason why the lock nuts are hollowed out
all the way through.
While the platen arm is lowering, the rear reed switch
is closed when it makes contact with the magnet
mounted on the arm. The number of counts from
0 gets stored in the control as BACK REED CAL (figure #3).
figure#3: Rear reed switch making, shoulder
bolts recessed inside the platen arm.
REAR REED CAL SET AND STORE IN
CONTROLLER MEMORY.
The linear actuator will continue lower bringing the
platen arm down until the front reed switch makes
contack with the magnet. The number of counts from
0 gets stored in the control as FRONT REED CAL (figure#4).
The timeline (figure#5), shows negative actuator movement, (platen arm downward), and the sequence in wich
diference points are achieved. Point 1 represents the
number of encoder counts from 0 at wich the rear reed
switch closed (or made contact with the magnet). 2 is the
number of encoder counts from 0 that the front reed
switch closed (or made contact with the magnet).
IMPORTANT – The number of encoder counts between
points 1 & 2 is DELTA CAL (ΔCAL). ΔCAL must be below
200. The following conditions apply:
ΔCAL < 200: OK
ΔCAL > 200, < 300: “Check Platen Level” (Disables Auto
Mode, allows operation in Manual Mode only.)
figure#4: Front reed switch making, shoulder
bolts recessed inside the platen arm.
FRONT REED CAL SET AND STORE IN
CONTROLLER MEMORY.
Front Reed
Switch Made
ΔCAL
2
Lower Limit Switch
Rear Reed
Gap = .082”
Switch Made Encoder Count = 0
1
0
figure#5: Negative linear actuator movement
ΔCAL > 300: “Platen Not Level / Use Flat Cook”
(Disables all clamshell cooking.)
During auto calibration, after the front reed switch is
made, polarity and actuator direction are reversed,
(ClipboardPageNumber.6). The actuator raises the platen
arm, referencing point 3 when the front reed switch
reopens, as FRONT ZERO CAL. Point 4, when the rear reed
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Front Reed
Switch Open
2
Rear Reed
Switch Open
3
1
4
Lower Limit Switch
Gap = .082”
Encoder Count = 0
0
figure#6: Positive linear actuator movement
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TO REPLACE THE LINEAR ACTUATOR
1. Cut the plastic tie
holding wire, remove screws (2) of
clip, and disconnect the cable from
the Motor Speed
Control Board.
2. Disconnect
the
motor leads from
the wire harness.
Mark wires connector or make
notes for future reconnection.
3. With the platen in
the UP position,
support it with a
pry bar, 2x4, etc.,
from behind the
platen arm assembly. Pull the platen
arm towerd the
rear of the grill to
insert.
4. With the weight of
the platen supported by the
object inserted in
step , use pliers to
work the clevis pin
retaining clip outward, making sure
to grip it as close
to the pin as possible to prevent
deforming it.
5. Use the pliers to
remove the spring
clip from the pin at
the base of the linear actuator.
6. Push
the
pin
through the actuator base toward
the inside of the
grill. Reach around
to the inside and
remove.
7. Remove the Linear
Actuator from the
grill, carefully pulling it out the rear.
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TO REPLACE THE LINEAR ACTUATOR (CONTINUED)
8. Support the weight
of the platen while
removing the pry
bar. Then, carefully
lower platen to
the down position,
resting it on the
grill plate.
9. Turn NEW linear actuator shaft clockwise to
the end, then turn it anti-clockwise approximately 2 turns, the shaft will move up. DO
NOT detach or loosen clevis from shaft. Clevis pin should be parallel to actuator motor.
Procedure mentioned is critical for a proper
actuator function.
10. Re-install linear
actuator into rack
assembly. If motor
does not clear the
cross member, use
pry bar to gently
lift and fit as previous done in step 3.
Reinstall actuator
base pin from inside and remount
its spring clip.
11. Gently fit clevis clip through top of actuator shaft and cross member bar. Use pry bar
to align holes.
12. Follow procedures 1 & 2 reversing the
steps. Clip must installed in place to secure
plug. Replace plastic-ties by new ones.
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TO REPLACE TOP PLATEN ASSEMBLY
Danger
HIGH VOLTAGE
Turn Off Gas
Supplies When
Installing or
Servicing Unit.
Disconnect power supply
before starting this
procedure
Safety First; Disconnect unit from electric and gas supplies prior to performing the follow service procedure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
CAUTION-FIBREGLAS
5.
Remove fiberglass
insulation. (Respirator
protection must wear)
6.
Mark all wires for easy
reconnect ion.
Disconnect all wires
nuts from element and
screws from the high
limit switch.
Cut wire from reed
switch as close as possible from the connector as image shown
(discard connector).
Place cover aside.
DUST RESPIRATOR
MUST BE WORN
ON THIS JOB
7.
8.
9.
High Limit
Thermocouple
Weight
Remove Teflon sheet
and accessories, if
installed.
Remove four screws
located at the side of
the platen cover, as
shown in image.
Remove side mount
bracket.
Keep parts removed in
is a save place for later
reinstallation.
12. Place a cardboard or rag between both surfaces to
protect grill surface from scratches.
13. Remove Grease cap using adjuster tool.
14. Remove lock nut using adjuster tool.
15. Place a 7/16 (11mm) wrench, inside the platen, to
hold the shoulder nut.
16. Place a socket 5/16 (8mm) on the shoulder bolt and
turn counterclockwise and remove.
17. Replace top platen and install new part reversing
the steps mentioned.
10. Remove high limit
switch, save screws for
later reinstallation.
11. Remove weight and
mark them for easy
reinstallation - some
models weight are
different.
18. Photo shown parts included in a new top platen.
19. Refer to platen leveling procedure as last step.
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TO REPLACE THE SHAFT SEALS
1. Top platen be in
the upper position
when replacing
the shaft seal. With
the control in the
OFF mode, press
green buttom to
upper platen, then
turn the main
switch OFF.
2. Remove back panel to access seal cap
mounting bracket, hold bracket while taking
screws off the seal cap.
5. Remove old screw o-rings and replace by
new o-rings. Reinstall seal cap in place and
slightly tighten screws DO NOT OVER-TIGHT.
Turn main power switch on, the platen will
lower, press green button to raised and lowered the platen a couple times. Final step
tighten the seal cap screws down firm in
place.
3. Using a 1/4” socket, remove screws
from seal cap to
expose the old
shaft seal underneath.
4. Lift up the seal cap through shaft and replace
old shaft seal by the new split shaft seal.
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TO REPLACE THE SHAFT
SEALS & CAP O-RINGS
1. It is recommended
that the platen be
in the down position when replacing the shaft seals.
With the control
in the OFF mode,
Press the GREEN
push button to
lower platen.
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TO REPLACE THE SHAFT SEALS & CAP O-RINGS (CONTINUED)
2. Remove carriage
block locking key
from
carriage
block using a 7/16”
wrench or socket
to unscrew two
screws. The locking key will allow
the platen arms to
separate from the
shafts without having to remove the
entire shaft assembly.
5. Remove old shaft
seal, O-ring seal cap
& screws o-rings,
and install new ones.
3. Carefully lift platen assembly of shaft assembly and place gently on grill plate. Protect
grill surface with a piece of cardboard or rag
to avoid scratches on grill surface.
6. Reinstall seal cap
over shaft and
tighten
down
loosely, the over
tight will be at the
last step.
4. Using a nut driver
or a 1/4” ratchet,
remove seal cap to
expose shaft seal
underneath seal
cap. Support the
seal cap retaining bracket on the
underside of the
back splash.
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7. Attach
carriage
blocks assembly to
the both side of the
platen arm assembly. Ensure that the
Teflon washer is in
place between the
platen arm assembly and the carriage block assembly.
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TO REPLACE THE SHAFT SEALS & CAP O-RINGS (CONTINUED)
8. Carefully lift platen
arms up and place
back onto shaft assembly. Reinstall
carriage block locking key into carriage block, tighten
7/16” bolts.
9. Once all of the
mechanical components have been
reassembled (remove tools or any
other objects from
grill), turn main
power switch to
the On position.
The platen will
raise to the up position.
10. With the seal cap still not tightened down
completely, wear the new seal in by lowering and raising the platen at least twice by
pushing the Green button.
11. Finally tighten
the seal cap down,
gentle tight.
TO UPDATE MAIN CONTROL SOFTWARE
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR USE WITH THE GARLAND ZIPGRADER TO UPLOAD NEW
CONTROL SOFTWARE INTO WATLOW CONTROL (PN 4526975) AND WATLOW MOTOR CONTROL (PN
4521682).
To connect and upgrade main control
(pn 4526975)
1. Remove
upper
push-button panel
and lower control
panel.
a. Remove upper
panel screws to
release panel.
b. Carefully lower
panel and place
it on floor.
c. Do not disconnect main power switch
plug for later use.
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2. Attach RJ11 - 6 conductor
Modular
Telephone Cable to
ZipGrader & Control.
a. Attach one end
of cable to ZipGrader.
b. Disconnect any LonWorks cable that are
attached to the control jack, and attach opposite end of cable to controller.
Control jack is on the bottom side of the
controller.
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TO UPDATE MAIN CONTROL SOFTWARE (CONTINUED)
5. Control
upgrade
is complete when
the control displays
FULL DEFAULT and
then returns to the
OFF position. WAIT
FOR THE ZIPGRADER TO AUTOMATICALLY TURN OFF.
3. Enter programming mode by:
a. PRESS AND HOLD the TEMP & CLOCK
buttons on the control. Turn main power
switch on WHILE HOLDING two buttons
in. Hold for approximately 3 seconds.
Control will turn on as normal.
Note: If you are flashing the control w/
the same revision of software that was
previously installed, FULL DEFAULT will
not occur.
6. Turn main power switch OFF.
7. Remove RJ11 telephone cable from control,
and insert into additional controls.
8. Reconnect any LonWorks cables that were
previously connected.
9. Repeat steps 4-8 until all lanes are flashed
b. Turn main power
switch OFF and
wait for 10 seconds.
c. Turn main switch ON. Control should read
something similar to “MOD BOOT”
4. Begin Uploading software by:
a. Press ZipGrader BLUE button.
b. Monitor Serial Link and progress LED’s as
indicated on the back of the ZipGrader.
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TO UPDATE MOTOR CONTROL SOFTWARE
1. Remove
upper
pushbutton panel
and lower control
panel.
a. Remove upper
panel screws to
release upper
panel.
b. Carefully lower
upper panel and
remove lower
control panel
screws on both
left and right
sides.
c. Remove kick panel and place on floor.
d. Disconnect connector plugs to allow for
relocation of the lower control panel. Do
not disconnect main power switch plug
for later use.
2. Attach RJ11 - 6 conductor Modular Telephone Cable to ZipGrader & Motor SpeedControl (MSC) board.
a. Attach Cable to the ZipGrader
b. Attach opposite end of cable to Motor
Speed Board Adapter Kit.
c. Remove 5-pin Riacom Connector COMM
CABLE from Motor Speed Control board
and connect ZipGrader to msb.
3. Begin uploading software by :
a. With the power to the grill OFF, Press the
ZipGrader BLUE button.
b. Wait 5 seconds before proceed to step c.
c. Turn grill power back on via the main
power switch.
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COMMS. (it’s normal)
d. Progress LED’s on ZipGrader should begin
as indicated on rear of ZipGrader.
4. Allow ZipGrader to turn off automatically.
5. Turn Main Power Switch to OFF position.
6. Remove 5-pin Riacom connector from ZipGrader, and replace with 5-pin Riacom connector COMM Cable previously removed.
7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 to others MSC
8. Carefully replace bottom kick panel, and
control panel can return unit to service :
a. Turn main power switch ON.
b. Press POWER ON button on main control.
c. Platens will automatically come down
and into PREHEAT MODE.
d. Switch controls to desired time of day by
pressing AM/PM button.
e. Allow unit to reach set temperature and
autocalibrate.
f. Verify proper beef integrity and adjust
cook times as needed in Manual Mode.
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ELECTRIC HEATING ELEMENTS
UPPER PLATEN ELEMENTS: ALL GRILLS
T1
FRONT OF GRILL
3249 WATTS TOTAL
(3 ELEMENTS @ 1083 WATTS EA)
T2
VOLTS
LINE
AMPS
ELEMENT
AMPS
RESISTANCE
208
9.02
5.20
33.95 Ω
220
8.53
4.92
44.69 Ω
240
7.82
4.51
53.20 Ω
T3
GRILL SURFACE ELEMENTS: MWE3W
VOLTS
LINE
AMPS
ELEMENT
AMPS
T1
RESISTANCE
REAR
1300 Watts
CENTER
FRONT/REAR ELEMENTS: 1300 WATTS EA.
208
6.25
6.25
33.28 Ω
220
5.91
5.91
37.23 Ω
240
5.42
5.42
44.28 Ω
CENTER
1700 Watts
REAR
CENTER ELEMENT: 1700 WATTS
208
8.17
8.17
25.46 Ω
220
7.72
7.72
28.50 Ω
240
7.08
7.08
33.90 Ω
FRONT
T2
FRONT
1300 Watts
T3
INTERNAL COMPONENTS: MWE3W
SOLID STATE
RELAYS (SSR’s)
SSR1 = GRILL SURFACE FRONT
SSR2 = GRILL SURFACE CENTER
SSR3 = GRILL SURFACE REAR
SSR4 = UPPER PLATEN
SSR5 = UPPER PLATEN
SSR6 = EXPORT GRILLS ONLY
FRONT OF GRILL
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ELECTRIC HEATING ELEMENTS
UPPER PLATEN ELEMENTS: ALL GRILLS
T1
FRONT OF GRILL
3249 WATTS TOTAL
(3 ELEMENTS @ 1083 WATTS EA)
VOLTS
LINE
AMPS
ELEMENT
AMPS
RESISTANCE
208
9.02
5.20
33.95 Ω
220
8.53
4.92
44.69 Ω
240
7.82
4.51
53.20 Ω
T2
T3
INTERNAL COMPONENTS: MWG3W
SOLID STATE
RELAYS (SSR’s)
SSR2 = BURNER BLOWER
SSR3 = UPPER PLATEN
SSR4 = UPPER PLATEN
FRONT OF GRILL
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Step to access error codes
The following procedures should be followed in sequence. Error codes description are print
on the troubleshooting section of this book.
1. Enter Programming - Enter the program mode.
2. Enter User Hist. Log - Enter the area where codes
get stored.
1. Enter Programming
1-1. PRESS and HOLD the
button
for approximately 3 seconds.
Controller will display previously
selected menu item and its
corresponding item number.
10:1 CLAM
MENU ITEM 1
2. Enter User Hist. Log (error codes)
2-1. PRESS & HOLD and
simultaneously
will display “CONFIGURE”
2-2. PRESS the or button until
“SERVICE” is displayed.
SERVICE
2-3. PRESS the button. The current
“ENCODER COUNTS” is displayed.
1822
ENCODER COUNTS
or
2-4. PRESS the
button until
“USER HIST. LOG” is displayed.
2 ITEMS
USER HIST. LOG
NOTE:
Top reading shows the
quantity of errors occured
2-5. PRESS the
button. The last
errors occured will display.
For more details see error logging
interpretation.
2-5. PRESS the
button to shown
to second display.
2-6. Using
button, to shown
or
to the next error if there is more
than one.
NOTE:
"This error will be always
present as an older error".
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CONFIGURE
2 ITEMS
USER HIST. LOG
1 ER 18 5020000
CYCL
721
MIL 281 DOWN
SW 001010 000001
2 ER 18 5020000
CYCL
721
# ER124 A 0F
CYCL
#0
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Step to delete error codes
The following procedures should be followed in sequence. Ones the codes are resolve it’s
recommended that clear all codes from memory.
1. Enter Programming - Enter the program mode.
2. Enter “Clear User Hist.” - Clear errors mode.
1. Enter Programming
1-1. PRESS and HOLD the
button
for approximately 3 seconds.
Controller will display previously
selected menu item and its
corresponding item number.
10:1 CLAM
MENU ITEM 1
3. Enter “Clear User Hist.” (delete errors)
3-1. PRESS & HOLD and
simultaneously
will display “CONFIGURE”
3-2. PRESS the or button until
“SERVICE” is displayed.
3-3. PRESS the
button. The current
“ENCODER COUNTS” is displayed.
or button until
3-4. PRESS the
“CLEAR USER HIST.” is displayed.
3-5. PRESS the
button. The current
setting will begin to flash.
CONFIGURE
SERVICE
1822
ENCODER COUNTS
NO
CLEAR USER HIST.
NO
CLEAR USER HIST.
or button, change
3-6. Using
the old setting to the new setting.
YES
CLEAR USER HIST.
3-7. PRESS the button to save
the new setting.
YES
CLEAR USER HIST.
3-8. PRESS the
twice to exit progam mode.
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Motor Type Error Logging Interpretation
MOTOR TYPE
- First Display
Error code
Error index
(SEE INTERPRETATION BELOW)
3 digits
51 possible error codes
99 max. memory logs
1
2
3
4
C
4
E R
Y C L
Cooking cycle #
when error ha ppens
7 deci ma l di gi ts ma x
5
6
7
8
9
2 6
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
0
5
1
1 0
1
0
5
0 0
2
Motor command
0 = a move up
1 = a move down
2 = move absolute up
3 = a move absolute dwn
ProĮle
0 = STATE_POWER_UP
1 = STATE_OFF
2 = STATE_PREHEAT
3 = STATE_STANDBY
4 = STATE_MENU_SELECT
5 = STATE_COOK
6 = STATE_DONE
7 = STATE_PARAMETER_SELECT
8 = STATE_PARAMETER_EDIT
9 = STATE PASSWORD
7 DIGITS HEXADECIMAL INTERPRETATION
Fault Code
REED SW
REED MASK
UP/LOW SW.
10
11
12
Motor code
13 14 15 16
FR FL RR RL FR RL RR RL UL LL UM LM
Reed SW Close
None
RL
RR
RR, RL
FL
FL, RL
FL, RR
FL, RR, RL
FR
FR, RL
FR, RR
FR, RR, RL
FR, FL
FR, FL, RL
FR, FL, RR
FR, FL, RR, RL
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FR FL RR RL Digit 10
0 0 0 0
0
0 0 0 1
1
0 0 1 0
2
0 0 1 1
3
0 1 0 0
4
0 1 0 1
5
0 1 1 0
6
0 1 1 1
7
1 0 0 0
8
1 0 0 1
9
1 0 1 0
A
1 0 1 1
B
1 1 0 0
C
1 1 0 1
D
1 1 1 0
E
1 1 1 1
F
Digit 11
Similar to digit 10
but use on Mask
Digit 12
Similar to digit 10
but use on UL, LL
UM & LM
Achronyms
Z>͗ZĞĂƌ>ĞŌZĞĞĚ^ǁŝƚĐŚ
RR : Rear Right Reed Switch
&>͗&ƌŽŶƚ>ĞŌZĞĞĚ^ǁŝƚĐŚ
FR : Front Right Reed Switch
UL : Upper Limit Switch
LL : Lower Limit Switch
UM : Mask to Upper Limit Switch
LM : Mask to Lower Limit Switch
Motor code
0x0000 = No Motor Error
0x0001 = System Error
0x0004 = Wrong DirecƟon
0x0008 = Encoder Sequence
0x0010 = Over Current
0x0020 = Hard Limit Reached
0x0040 = Motor Not Running
0x0100 = Voltage Out of Range
0x0200 = Voltage Dipped Low
0x4000 = Watchdog Reset
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Motor Type Error Logging Interpretation
MOTOR TYPE
- Second Display
Encoder
When error
ha ppens (mi l l s )
Switch/Mask logic
Ma s k = 0 -> Swi tch checked
Ma s k = 1 -> Swi tch i gnored
Swi tch = 0 -> Open
Swi tch = 1 -> Cl os ed
Swi tch Open -> LED ON
Target error
(mi l l s )
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
M
I
L
S W
0
0
2
0
4
0
Switch status
Lower limit sw
Right Front reed SW
LeŌ Front reed SW
Right Rear reed SW
LeŌ rear reed SW
Upper limit SW
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0
0
2
1
4
0
5
1
0
1
0
Mask Switch status
Lower limit sw
Right Front reed SW
LeŌ Front reed SW
Right Rear reed SW
LeŌ rear reed SW
Upper limit SW
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Temperature Type Error Logging Interpretation
TEMPERATURE TYPE
- First Display
Error code
Error index
3 digits
51 possible error codes
99 max. memory logs
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
E R
C Y C L
7
8
9
Ambient Temperature
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
3 8
A
8 6
8
3
6 F
ProĮle
Platen cook counter #
when error ha ppens
7 deci ma l di gi ts ma x
0 = STATE_POWER_UP
1 = STATE_OFF
2 = STATE_PREHEAT
3 = STATE_STANDBY
4 = STATE_MENU_SELECT
5 = STATE_COOK
6 = STATE_DONE
7 = STATE_PARAMETER_SELECT
8 = STATE_PARAMETER_EDIT
9 = STATE PASSWORD
TEMPERATURE TYPE (Electric)
- Second Display
Platen
temperature
Front
temperature
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
T
M
4 2 1 F
4 1 4 F
Middle
temperature
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F 3 9 3 F
B 4 1 3 F
Rear Temperature
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Calibration Type Logging Interpretation
CALIBRATION TYPE
- First Display
Platen cook counter #
When the last
calibraƟon was done
1
2
3
4
C A L
- 1 4 2
Front right reed
switch open
encoder
5
6
7
8
- 2 6 2
Front right reed
switch close
encoder
Upper limit switch
Mills
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
3
- 1 0 1
2 9 3 8
- 2 7 9
Rear right reed
switch open
encoder
Rear right reed
switch close
encoder
CALIBRATION TYPE
- Second Display
Upper Limit
Switch maximum
Upper Limit
Switch minimum
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
2 9 6 0
- 1 4 2 - 2
Front leŌ reed
switch open
encoder
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2 9 1 0
6 2 - 1
Front leŌ reed
switch close
encoder
0 1
- 2
Rear leŌ reed
switch open
encoder
7
9
Rear leŌ reed
switch close
encoder
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Acronyms Definition:
•
•
•
•
← This character indicates that the second line scrolls.
LLS = Lower Limit Switch.
MCB = Motor Control Board.
ULS = Upper Limit Switch.
Error code:
00
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Motor Control board has detected missed counts. – Missing positional pulses detected. Position needs to be re-verified by locating lower limit switch.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Run drift check test. If actuator fails test, replace actuator. Restart grill and re-try.
•
Check actuator cables and connectors from Actuator to Motor control board are connected properly and not
damaged. Check for insulation damage and loose, broken wires. If damage found, replaced damaged parts,
restart grill and retry.
•
Swap MCB connections to the actuator between cook zones and see if issue follows the MCB or the Actuator. If error stays with MCB; replace MCB. If the error follows the Actuator; replace actuator. Restart grill and
retry.
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Error code:
01
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Motor Over-current Error. Too much current detected in Motor drive circuit.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement: i.e. egg ring, hood, Ansul nozzles, spatula, scraper, grease shield
on platen back, improper install of Teflon rod, platen shaft seal popped out of position . If obstruction suspected, clear obstruction and retry grill operation.
•
Check platen travel is correct to verify upper limit switch is located correctly. Verify platen cross member is
not hitting flue inside grill back.
•
Verify platen mechanism looks OK and bolts are tight. Check motor, platen rack, guide bearings, cross member
•
Visually check that Lower limit Switch (LLS) is located properly compared to other lane(s)
•
Verify motor operating properly, check motor ohm reading (correct reading goes here) .
•
Swap MCB connections to the actuator between cook zones and see if issue follows the MCB or the Actuator. If error stays with MCB; replace MCB. If the error follows the Actuator; replace actuator. Restart grill and
retry.
Error code:
02
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Motor Hard Limit Reached. Motor count position has gone out of normal range.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Follow guidelines for error code 00, and follow the troubleshooting steps.
•
Run leveling procedure on (More details page 80) .
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Error code: 03
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Motor Not Moving Error – No movement feedback from motor to MSC.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions preventing the platen from lowering.: i.e. egg ring, hood, Ansul nozzles, spatula,
scraper, grease shield on platen back, improper install of Teflon rod, platen shaft seal popped out of position
. If obstruction suspected, clear obstruction and retry grill operation.
•
Check motor board and actuators cables and connectors, including motor encoder
•
Check actuator and motor control board with troubleshooting check list 4529505.
Error code:
04
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Motor System Error
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Press green button to recalibrate to see if error repeats.
•
Check motor board and actuators cables and connectors
•
Run 4529505 checklist
Error code:
05
Message on Screen: No error on screen, error is logged only.
Meaning of Error: Voltage is detected to be less than 115V. or greater than 380V. with the motor not moving and
with no requests for moving being seen.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify voltage into Motor Control Board. Trace power from MCB to building and check for bad connections,
failed insulation, loose plugs or terminals. Verify all phases and hood interlock circuit if applicable. Ensure
good power coming to grill and power not in a “brown-out” or over voltage condition.
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Error code:
06
Message on Screen: ← CYCLE ABORTED - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Voltage is detected to be below 95V. while the motor is running.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify voltage into Motor Control Board. Trace power from MCB to building and check for bad connections,
failed insulation, loose plugs or terminals. Verify voltages of all phases and hood interlock circuit if applicable. Ensure good power coming to grill and power not in a “brown-out” condition.
Error code:
10
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Motor Wrong Direction – Motor movement is in the wrong direction.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify Actuator wires are connected correctly.
•
Verify the Actuator Encoder connector is not installed backwards.
Error code:
12
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CHECK FOR OBJECT UNDER PLATEN - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Platen Lower Time-out. The platen exceeded the maximum allowable time to lower.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions preventing the platen from lowering.: i.e. egg ring, hood, Ansul nozzles, spatula,
scraper, grease shield on platen back, improper install of Teflon rod, platen shaft seal popped out of position
. If obstruction suspected, clear obstruction and retry grill operation.
•
Run checklist 4529505
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Error code:
13
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CHECK FOR PLATEN JAM - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Reed Switch Stuck closed - at start of down motion during cooking or ship move.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions preventing the platen from lowering.: i.e. egg ring, hood, Ansul nozzles, spatula,
scraper, grease shield on platen back, improper install of Teflon rod, platen shaft seal popped out of position
. If obstruction suspected, clear obstruction and retry grill operation.
•
Check if platen hung up on shoulder bolts and not dropping back down.
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement that could result in reed switch not reopening. Observe if the
platen is hanging correctly off the shoulder bolts and is free to move.
•
Retry calibration. If this fails again, level platen and adjust magnets.
Error code:
14
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CHECK FOR PLATEN JAM - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Reed Switch Stuck during Platen Level – During one or more platen leveling procedure, reed
switches did not close (downward movement) or open (upward movement) reed switches do not all close on the
way down or reopen on the way back up during platen Leveling.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement that could result in reed switch not reopening. Observe if the
platen is hanging correctly off the shoulder bolts and is free to move.
•
Retry calibration. If this fails again, level platen and adjust magnets.
•
If this does not correct issue, observe LED’s on motor board to determine which switch is not working properly. Replace reed switch.
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Error code:
15
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CHECK FOR PLATEN JAM - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Reed Switch stuck closed after Preheat
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement that could result in reed switch not reopening. Observe if the
platen is hanging correctly off the shoulder bolts and is free to move.
•
Retry calibration. If this fails again, level platen and adjust magnets.
•
If this does not correct issue, observe LED’s on motor board to determine which switch is not working properly. Replace reed switch.
Error code:
16
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: One or more reed Switch(s) did not open after product recognition.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement that could result in reed switch not reopening. Observe if the
platen is hanging correctly off the shoulder bolts and is free to move.
•
Retry calibration. If this fails again, level platen and adjust magnets.
•
If this does not correct issue, observe LED’s on motor board to determine which switch is not working properly. Replace reed switch.
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Error code:
18
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE OR PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Lower Limit Switch Failure during ship position or calibration.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle power and re-check
•
Verify LLS LED on motor board., Check wires and connections between Lower switch and Motor control
board. Check operation of Lower switch with continuity check. If switch is bad, replace switch.
Error code:
19
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Platen is found to not be level during calibration.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Retry calibration with a power cycle or a force calibration.
•
Check adjusters and lock rings for loose fasteners
•
Level platen, adjust magnets and recalibrate.
•
If other methods do not work, replace reed switch with abnormal calibration value or switch where magnet
is adjusted differently than the others.
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Error code:
20
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CHECK FOR OBJECT UNDER PLATEN - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Target Position Not Reached – The Platen move command did not end up at the correct position
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement: i.e. egg ring, hood, Ansul nozzles, spatula, scraper, grease shield on
platen back, improper install of Teflon rod, platen shaft seal popped out of position . If obstruction suspected,
clear obstruction and retry grill operation.
•
Check actuator and motor control board with troubleshooting check list 4529505.
Error code:
21
Message on Screen: OBSTRUCTION
←CHECK FOR OBJECT UNDER PLATEN - PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Obstruction to movement detected because reed switch triggered in a high position; or the platen
stopped above 1 inch from plate; or a motor fault occurs during the initial platen lower.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check for obstructions to platen movement: i.e. egg ring, hood, Ansul nozzles, spatula, scraper, grease shield on
platen back, improper install of Teflon rod, platen shaft seal popped out of position . If obstruction suspected,
clear obstruction and retry grill operation.
•
Check actuator and motor control board with troubleshooting check list 4529505.
Error code:
23
Message on Screen: ERROR
←WRONG SPEED CONTROL SOFTWARE
Meaning of Error: Front control has newer software, but Motor control does not. Need to update MCB software.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle power to confirm error.
•
Flash MCB with newer software or replace MCB with a newer version with current software or replace front control with an older version.
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Error code:
25
Message on Screen: ERROR
←FLIP RED PWR SWITCH OFF. CHECK POWER CORD AND RESTART
Meaning of Error: Communication errors are occurring between the front control and the motor control.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check communication cable and connections for damage, loose connectors, or loose wires. Swap communication cables between cook lanes to see if the error follows the cable.
•
Swap one end of the communication cables between lanes to see if error follows the front control or the motor control (i.e. Connect the communication cable from the left lane front control to the centre lane motor
control and connect the centre lane front control to left motor board ). If the error follows the front control,
replace that control, if the error follows the motor board, then replace the motor board.
Error code:
26
Message on Screen: ERROR
←FLIP RED PWR SWITCH OFF. CHECK POWER CORD AND RESTART
Meaning of Error: The front control cannot detect any communication from the motor control.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle power to confirm error
•
Check communication cable and connections for damage, loose connectors, or loose wires. Swap communication cables between cook lanes to see if the error follows the cable.
•
Confirm some LED’s are lit on motor board. If some LED’s are lit and this error is present, replace motor
board.
•
If no LED’s are lit on motor board then measure power coming into the motor board. If no LED’s and power
present on input to motor board, the fuse is blown on motor board, replace motor board.
•
If there is no power coming into the motor board then trace input power to find problem. Some possible
causes could be: breaker turned off, power plug unplugged; loose wire in receptacle, plug or terminal block.
Other causes could be damaged/loose wires in grill, blown contactor, or tripped platen over-temperature
sensor. Note: if the platen goes over-temperature, the thermal sensor will trip interrupting the contactor coil
circuit and causing this error.
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Error code:
27
Message on Screen: ERROR
←FLIP RED PWR SWITCH OFF. CHECK POWER CORD AND RESTART
Meaning of Error: The front control cannot detect any communication from the motor control during a data
write command to the motor board.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle power to confirm error
•
Check communication cable and connections for damage, loose connectors, or loose wires. Swap communication cables between cook lanes to see if the error follows the cable.
•
Confirm some LED’s are lit on motor board. If some LED’s are lit and this error is present, replace motor
board.
•
If no LED’s are lit on motor board then measure power coming into the motor board. If no LED’s and power
present on input to motor board, the fuse is blown on motor board, replace motor board.
•
If there is no power coming into the motor board then trace input power to find problem. Some possible
causes could be: breaker turned off, power plug unplugged; loose wire in receptacle, plug or terminal block.
Other causes could be damaged/loose wires in grill, blown contactor, or tripped platen over-temperature
sensor. Note: if the platen goes over-temperature, the thermal sensor will trip interrupting the contactor coil
circuit and causing this error.
Error code:
30
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CALL FOR SERVICE - SURFACE DISABLED
Meaning of Error: The thermocouple sensor is out of range – grill plate, middle.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check wiring and connectors at rear bottom of front control. Confirm wires are tight in connector and connector is plugged into control correctly. If wire trouble found, correct then retry control.
•
If no wire trouble found, replace plate middle thermocouple.
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Error code:
31
Message on Screen: CALL SERVICE
←FLAT MODE ONLY - PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: thermocouple sensor is out of range – platen.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check wiring and connectors at rear bottom of front control. Confirm wires are tight in connector and connector is plugged into control correctly. If wire trouble found, correct then retry control.
•
If no wire trouble found, replace plate platen thermocouple.
Error code:
32
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CALL FOR SERVICE - SURFACE DISABLED
Meaning of Error: The thermocouple sensor is out of range – grill plate, front.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check wiring and connectors at rear bottom of front control. Confirm wires are tight in connector and connector is plugged into control correctly. If wire trouble found, correct then retry control.
•
If no wire trouble found, replace plate front thermocouple.
Error code:
33
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CALL FOR SERVICE - SURFACE DISABLED
Meaning of Error: The thermocouple sensor is out of range – grill plate, back.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check wiring and connectors at rear bottom of front control. Confirm wires are tight in connector and connector is plugged into control correctly. If wire trouble found, correct then retry control.
•
If no wire trouble found, replace plate rear thermocouple.
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Error code:
34
Message on Screen: ROOM TEMP LOW
←CANNOT USE GRILL UNTIL ROOM TEMP IS WARMER
Meaning of Error: The grill control is below minimum temperature to operate.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Raise room temperature above 32 degrees F / 0 degrees C.
•
If this error occurs when the grill control is clearly above this temperature, replace front panel control.
•
Note: a room temperature error will usually show on more than one control unless this is a control failure.
Error code:
35
Message on Screen: ROOM TEMP HIGH
←CANNOT USE GRILL UNTIL ROOM TEMP IS LOWER
Meaning of Error: The grill control is above the maximum operational temperature.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Lower room temperature to below 176 degrees F / 80 degrees C.
•
If this error occurs when the grill control is clearly below this temperature, replace front panel control.
•
Note: a room temperature error will usually show on more than one control unless this is a control failure.
Error code:
36
Message on Screen: NO IGNITION
← CHECK GAS SUPPLY & TURN CONTROL OFF/ON AND RETRY
Meaning of Error: No flame was sensed after 3 tries to ignite.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Confirm front control is configured to “GAS” for a gas grill, and to “ELECTRIC” for an electric grill.
•
Check gas supply valve(s) are turned on.
•
Check gas system using checklist 4529507.
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Error code:
37
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CALL FOR SERVICE - SURFACE DISABLED
Meaning of Error: No rise in temperature measured after heater turned on. Plate, middle zone.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check heater wiring and connectors, including grounds, neutrals and terminal blocks.
•
Verify power to heater. If no voltage at heater trace power back through SSR, SSR control circuit, contactors
and power input until source of power interruption is found.
•
If the heater has power, verify the resistance of the heating element or the function of the gas burner. The
gas system can be checked with Checklist 4529507. Replace any elements or burners that have failed.
Error code:
38
Message on Screen: CALL SERVICE
←FLAT MODE ONLY - PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: No rise in temperature measured after heater turned on; Platen.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check heater wiring to and inside platen; including connectors. Check input power wiring including grounds,
neutrals and terminal blocks.
•
Verify power to heater. If no voltage at heater trace power back through SSRs, SSR control circuit, contactors
and power input until source of power interruption is found.
•
If the heater has power, verify the resistance of the heating elements in the platen, the three platen elements should be similar resistance. If a element has failed, replace the platen heater.
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Error code:
39
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CALL FOR SERVICE - SURFACE DISABLED
Meaning of Error: No rise in temperature measured after heater turned on. Plate, front zone.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check heater wiring and connectors, including grounds, neutrals and terminal blocks.
•
Verify power to heater. If no voltage at heater trace power back through SSR, SSR control circuit, contactors
and power input until source of power interruption is found.
•
If the heater has power, verify the resistance of the heating element or the function of the gas burner. The
gas system can be checked with Checklist 4529507. Replace any elements or burners that have failed.
Error code:
40
Message on Screen: ERROR
←CALL FOR SERVICE - SURFACE DISABLED
Meaning of Error: No rise in temperature measured after heater turned on. Plate, back zone.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check heater wiring and connectors, including grounds, neutrals and terminal blocks.
•
Verify power to heater. If no voltage at heater trace power back through SSR, SSR control circuit, contactors
and power input until source of power interruption is found.
•
If the heater has power, verify the resistance of the heating element or the function of the gas burner. The
gas system can be checked with Checklist 4529507. Replace any elements or burners that have failed.
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Error code:
41
Message on Screen: GRILL TOO HOT
ALLOW COOL DOWN
Meaning of Error: Thermocouple is reading a value over 465 degrees F ( 240 degrees C). All heaters are turned
off. Griddle plate, center zone.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
If the temperature continues to rise even after alarm, check SSR and replace SSR if failed.
•
Check temperature probe calibration, if probe cannot be calibrated, replace probe.
Error code:
42
Message on Screen: PLATEN TOO HOT
ALLOW COOL DOWN
Meaning of Error: Thermocouple is reading a value over 465 degrees F ( 240 degrees C). All heaters are turned
off. Platen.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
If the temperature continues to rise even after alarm, check SSR; replace SSR if failed.
•
Check temperature probe calibration, if probe cannot be calibrated, replace probe.
Error code:
43
Message on Screen: GRILL TOO HOT
ALLOW COOL DOWN
Meaning of Error: Thermocouple is reading a value over 465 degrees F ( 240 degrees C). All heaters are turned
off. Griddle plate, front zone.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
If the temperature continues to rise even after alarm, check SSR and replace SSR if failed.
•
Check temperature probe calibration, if probe cannot be calibrated, replace probe.
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Error code:
44
Message on Screen: GRILL TOO HOT
ALLOW COOL DOWN
Meaning of Error: Thermocouple is reading a value over 465 degrees F ( 240 degrees C). All heaters are turned off.
Griddle plate, back zone.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
If the temperature continues to rise even after alarm, check SSR and replace SSR if failed.
•
If the SSR LED stays on after alarm sounds, replace front control.
•
Check temperature probe calibration, if probe cannot be calibrated, replace probe.
Error code:
45-47
Message on Screen: ERROR
←FLIP RED PWR SWITCH OFF/ON TO CLEAR ERROR OR CALL FOR SERVICE
Meaning of Error: Internal communication error within front controller.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle main power to see if issue clears.
•
If not, replace front control.
Error code:
48
Message on Screen: PROD. NOT RECOG.
←CLEAN GRILL AND PRESS GREEN BUTTON TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Measured product thickness value is not valid.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify the grill has been calibrated recently, review calibration values in menu to ensure latest calibration value
was not longer that 250 cycles ago. If longer, cycle power off for 20 seconds and allow grill to re-calibrate on start.
•
Review Product recognition troubleshooting section on page 27 of Operations Manual – 4521777.
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Error code:
49
Message on Screen: None – This error is logged only.
Meaning of Error: Upper Limit Switch Missed. The travel limit was reached without hitting the switch.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check Upper Limit Switch (ULS) , wiring and connections for switch. Verify switch triggers LED on and off on
Motor control board. If LED does not toggle, trace switch wiring and electrically check switch to find fault.
Error code:
50
Message on Screen: OK TO COOK
←CALL FOR SERVICE - PUSH GREEN BTN TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Upper Limit Switch Failed, grill can continue using last switch position, but failed switch needs
replacing.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify if problem is with the Upper Limit switch or the switch wiring or connectors. Find fault and correct.
Error code:
51
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: Motor Control Board was reset – internal Motor control failure.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle power to see if control resets.
•
If issue continues, replace Motor control board.
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Error code:
52
Message on Screen: CALL SERVICE
←FLAT MODE ONLY - PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE
Meaning of Error: Suspected ULS or LLS problem. Suspected platen positioning error.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify the grill has been calibrated recently, review calibration values in menu to ensure latest calibration value
was not longer that 250 cycles ago. If longer, cycle power off for 20 seconds and allow grill to re-calibrate on start.
•
Run gap drift check: 4529505. If fails, replace Actuator (Part Number 4530036)
•
Check Upper and Lower limit switches are tight and wired in properly. Look for loose wires or connectors. Check
switch function with electrical continuity meter.
Error code:
53
Message on Screen: None, this error is logged only.
Meaning of Error: Suspected ULS or LLS problem. Suspected platen positioning error.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Verify the grill has been calibrated recently, review calibration values in menu to ensure latest calibration value
was not longer that 250 cycles ago. If longer, cycle power off for 20 seconds and allow grill to re-calibrate on start.
•
Run gap drift check: 4529505. If fails, replace Actuator (Part Number 4530036)
•
Check Upper and Lower limit switches are tight and wired in properly. Look for loose wires or connectors. Check
switch function with electrical continuity meter.
Error code:
54
Message on Screen: WRONG GRILL TYPE
←GAS GRILL SET TO ELECTRIC - TURN UNIT OFF, CHANGE GRILL TYPE THEN CYCLE MAIN POWER
Meaning of Error: Gas grill has been configured as an electric grill.
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Enter Program Menu, Configure submenu. Change Grill type from Electric to Gas.
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Error code:
55
Message on Screen: ERROR
←PUSH GREEN BUTTON TO RETRY CALIBRATION
Meaning of Error: During CALIBRATION, the platen is raised and the ULS doesn’t close or open when expected.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Check Upper Limit Switch, switch wiring and connectors.
Error code:
56
Message on Screen:
None, this error is logged only and is recorded only if the motor is not moving.
Meaning of Error:
The front control cannot detect any communication from the motor control.
Error Logging Type: Motor (More details page 80)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Cycle power to confirm error
•
Check communication cable and connections for damage, loose connectors, or loose wires. Swap communication cables between cook lanes to see if the error follows the cable.
•
Confirm some LED’s are lit on motor board. If some LED’s are lit and this error is present, replace motor
board.
•
If no LED’s are lit on motor board then measure power coming into the motor board. If no LED’s and power
present on input to motor board, the fuse is blown on motor board, replace motor board.
•
If there is no power coming into the motor board then trace input power to find problem. Some possible
causes could be: breaker turned off, power plug unplugged; loose wire in receptacle, plug or terminal block.
Other causes could be damaged/loose wires in grill, blown contactor, or tripped platen over-temperature
sensor. Note: if the platen goes over-temperature, the thermal sensor will trip interrupting the contactor coil
circuit and causing this error.
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Error code:
123
Message on Screen:
None, this error is logged only.
Meaning of Error:
User history log corrupt
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Replace front panel control
Error code:
124
Message on Screen:
None, this error is logged only.
Meaning of Error:
User history log has been deleted
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
None required, someone has deleted the error log history.
Error code:
125
Message on Screen:
None, this error is logged only.
Meaning of Error:
History log has been deleted
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
None required, error log history has been deleted.
Error code:
126
Message on Screen:
None, this error is logged only.
Meaning of Error:
History log corrupt
Error Logging Type: Temperature (More details page 82)
Troubleshooting steps:
•
Replace front panel control
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9A
9B
2A
2
13
12
7
10
1
1A
17
16
3
24
6
1B
18
23
15
4
19
8B
11
8A
22
21
25
26
20
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ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
4530090
STD BODY BASE,WA
1
1A
4526598
FRONT PANEL BRACKET, RT
1
1B
4526597
FRONT PANEL BRACKET, LT
1
CRITICAL
2
4522707
PLATE WA, GAS
1
2A
4522653
PLATE WA, ELECTRIC
1
3
4522560
FRONT PANEL, UPPER (PRC)
1
4
4530092
FRONT PANEL,LOWER 3P
1
6
4529972
SIDE, RT STD
1
7
4529973
SIDE, LT STD
1
8A
4517563
5” FRONT SWIVEL CASTER W/BRAKE
2
8B
1792003
5” REAR SWIVEL CASTER
2
9A
4529974
BACK, UPPER (GAS)
1
9B
4529977
BACK, UPPER (ELECTRIC)
1
10
4529975
SPLIT BACK, BOTTOM
1
11
4523352
LEG BRACE LOCKING BRACKET
2
12
4525261
FLUE BOTTOM, GAS
3
13
4525262
FLUE TOP, GAS
3
14
1808302
TOWEL BAR
1
15
1866501
MENNEKES 7-WAY SOCKET
1
16
1859606
CONTACT BLOCK
3
17
1859607
MOUNTING LATCH
3
18
4523482
SPEAKER, 4 WATTS SMT
3
19
1859605
CANCEL PUSH BUTTON, GREEN
3
C
20
4531045
MAIN CONTROLLER
3
C
21
1872601
GORE-TEX SEAL, .125”X.020”X2.85’
3
C
NS
???
22
1872404
23
F298
24
1935903
MSCR, TRUSS HEAD 10-24X3/4 UNC SS
25
4526941
EMI FILTER LONWORKS OPTION
3
26
4526943
EMI LINE - LINE FILTER, LONWORKS OPTION
3
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CONTROLLER+SEAL; (1) 4530447 + (1) 1872601
POWER SWITCH, MAIN 120-240V
1
C
BOLT 10-24X3/8”
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11
6
1
3B
13
2
3
4
5
12
18
J3
19
16A
7C
L1
L2
L3
L1
L2
L3
17
10
9
7B
20
8
7A
21
11
Speed Fan Control
J4
6
E
L1
L1
L1
L1
WH
TW
HT
WH
TW
HT
OR
AR
ED
15
BL
K
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ITEM#
PART#
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY PER
GRILL ZONE.
CRITICAL
4521310
ELEMENT, OUTER, 208V 1300W
6
3
4521720
ELMENT, OUTER, 220V 1300W
6
3
4521312
ELEMENT, OUTER, 230V 1300W
6
3
4521721
ELEMENT, OUTER, 240V 1300W
6
3
4521309
ELEMENT, INNER 208V 1700W
3
1
4521718
ELEMENT, INNER 220V 1700W
3
1
4521311
ELEMENT, INNER 230V 1700W
3
1
4521719
ELEMENT, INNER 240V 1700W
3
1
3A
4520682
ELEMENT CLAMP, OUTER
6
3
3B
4520681
ELEMENT CLAMP, INNER
3
1
4
4524029
ELEMENT PAN, UPPER
1
*
5
4524030
ELEMENT PAN, LOWER
1
*
6
4521318
THERMOCOUPLE; GRILL PLATE ELECTIC
9
3
7A
4521389
MOTOR SPEED CONTROL BRACKET
3
1
7B
4529690
CLIP - 4 PIN
3
1
7C
4529691
CLIP - 6 PIN
3
1
1637001
CONTACTOR 120V
3
1
C
1637002
CONTACTOR 240V
3
1
C
9
4524082
SOLID STATE RELAY
15
5
C
10
4530944
MOTOR SPEED BOARD BLK2
3
1
C
11
1859404
BAYONNET ADAPTER
9
3
C
12
4518173
PAL NUT 5/16-18
13
4518666
NUT TWIN WHIZ 10-32 LOCK
14*
4521896
COMM CABLE (SEE WIRING HARNESS SECTION)
3
1
C
15
4522188
TERMINAL BLOCK (CONTROL COMPONENTS)
1
1
16A
4517674
TERMINAL BLOCK (3PHASE CONNECTION, ELEC GRILL)
1
1
16B*
TERMINAL BLOCK (3PHASE CONNECTION, GAS GRILL
MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK, CE, MCDS, 70 AMP, ENN123
1
1
16C*
4525397
4529170
17
4522117
2-SPD FAN RELAY BOARD W SPACERS
1
1
18
4522120
2-SPD FAN RELAY MOUNTING BRACKET
1
1
19
4528558
STRAIGHT RECEPTACLE
20
4522118
BLACK INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE
21
4522279
RED INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE
1
2
8
C
* NOT ILLUSTRATED ON DRAWING
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4
3
12
31
25
32
29
30
21
9
22
1
23
24
14
11
2
10
5
15
12
34
13
17
19
L1
L2
L3
18
J4
27
20
16
J3
B
A
L1
L2
E
L1
L1
L1
L1
WH
TW
HT
WH
TW
HT
OR
AR
ED
33
BL
K
35
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GAS BURNER, GAS MODELS
ITEM#
PART#
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY PER. CRITIGRILL PLATEN CAL
4523394
BURNER ASSY NATURAL
3
1
4523395
BURNER ASSY LP
3
1
4523396
BURNER ASSY CE NAT
3
1
4523397
BURNER ASSY CE LP
3
1
4525845
BLOWER MOTOR 120VAC
3
1
4526139
BLOWER MOTOR 230VAC
3
1
3
4524066
FLAME SENSOR
3
1
4
4525537
IGNITER
3
1
5
1864803
IGNITION CABLE
3
1
1864701
GAS VALVE (NAT/LP) 120VAC
3
1
4525846
GAS VALVE CE (NAT/LP) 230VAC
3
1
10
4516116
HEAT SINK
3
1
11
4516988
SOLID STATE RELAY W LED LIGHT
6
2
1637001
CONTACTOR 120V COIL
3
1
1637002
CONTACTOR 240V COIL
3
1
4529686
BRKT - MOTOR SPD W/CLIPS
3
1
1864901
IGNITION MODULE 120V
3
1
4522571
IGNITION MODULE PACTROL 230V CE
3
1
15
4517392
AIR PRESSURE SWITCH
3
1
16
4530451
MOTOR SPEED BOARD BLK2
3
1
17
3084200
BAYONET ADAPTOR EXTENSION
3
1
18
4521710
THERMOCOUPLE, GRILL PLATE (GAS GRILLS)
3
1
19
1859404
BAYONET ADAPTOR (GRILL PLATE)
3
1
20
1853301
FINISH HEX NUT 1-1/2 X 12
3
1
22
4524198
FITTING, 90DEG, ELBOW - 3/8” NPT X 5/18”-18, BRASS
3
1
25
4517396
FLUE BOX, INNER
3
1
26
4517397
FLUE BOX, OUTER
3
1
27
4521896
COMM CABLE
3
1
28
4521678
GAS TUBE CTR
1
1
29
4521679
GAS TUBE LT
1
1
30
4521677
GAS TUBE RT
1
1
31
4517394
GAS INLET MANIFOLD
1
*
32
33
8002106
4522188
SMSCR-TH PHIL-A #10 X1/2 STL SP
TERMINAL BLOCK (CONTROL COMPONENTS)
34
4525397
TERMINAL BLOCK (3PHASE CONNECTION, GAS GRILL)
35
1838701
PLATEN LEVELING TOOL
1
2
9
12
13
14
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Magnet Assy
Shoulder Bolt Assy
12
15
12
12
15
14
11
8
8
13
13
21
12
1
14
10
23
9
11
4
25
16
24
22
18
28
3
28
18
20
19
5
00
2
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UPPER PLATEN ASSEMBLY, ALL MODELS
QUANITITY.
GRILL
PLATEN
ITEM
#
PART #
1
4521293
PLATEN ARM ASSEMBLY
3
1
4530005
PLATEN ASSEMBLY; 208V
3
1
4530006
PLATEN ASSEMBLY; 220V
3
1
4530007
PLATEN ASSEMBLY; 230V
3
1
4530008
PLATEN ASSEMBLY; 240V
3
1
1781301
HIGH LIMIT (AUTO RESET)
3
1
1866601
HIGH LIMIT (MANUAL RESET) *EXPORT ONLY
3
1
4
4530209
3P PLATEN LID
3
1
5
4521355
TEFLON BAR, REAR
3
1
8
4524062
SHOULDER BOLT, PLATEN
6
3
9
4521709
1/2IN X 90 DEG LIQUID TIGHT FITTING
3
1
10
1854504
1/2IN X 45 DEG. LIQUID TIGHT FITTING
3
1
11
4529538
MAGNET HOLDER ASSEMBLY
6
2
12
1859102
PLATEN ADJUSTER CAP
15
5
13
4529543
9/16 HEX PLATEN ADJUSTER NUT
9
3
14
4530206
MAGNET HOUSING LOCKNUT
6
2
15
4521793
LOCK NUT
9
3
16
CK4530053
VAPOUR SHIELD KIT
3
1
18
4530001
REED SWITCH ASSEMBLY
6
2
19
1859402
PLATEN BAYONET ADAPTOR
3
1
20
4521711
THERMOCOUPLE
3
1
21
1855903
TEFLON WASHER CARRIAGE SHAFT
6
2
22
4522054
PLATEN WEIGHT
6
2
23
1854403
ATX-11 CONDUIT BLACK
3
1
24
0010000FG
1IN FIBERGLASS INSULATION #SGR-6
3
1
25
4529435
GASKET, LID 3P
3
1
28
4522260
ALLEN HEAD MOUNTING SCREW - 6-32 X 3/8”
2
3
DESCRIPTION
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17
14
18
11
15
10
16
9
12
19
8
20
7
2
24
21
22
4
23
25
3
6
1
13
5
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PLATEN LIFTING MECHANISM, ALL MODELS
ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
4523868
ACTUATOR FRAME, PAINTED
3
2
1858199
PILOW BLOCK ASSEMBLY
12
3
1858001
ACTUATOR CLEVIS MOUNT
3
4
4530036
LINEAR ACTUATOR
3
5
1857601
LIMIT SWITCH BRACKET
6
6
1855601
STOP LIMIT SWITCH,
6
7
4521654
SWITCH BRACKET, RUNAWAY
3
8
1855604
LIMIT SWITCH (KILL)
3
9
4522318
CROSS MEMBER, PAINTED
3
10
4523364
ARM CARRIAGE, SHAFT ASSEMBLY (RT)
3
11
4522540
ARM CARRIAGE, SHAFT ASSEMBLY (LT)
3
12
4518788
ACTUATOR CROSS MEMBER CLAMP, PAINTED
6
13
4523856
ACTUATOR FRAME BRACE, PAINTED
3
14
1857703
SEAL CAP
6
15
4526311
SHAFT SEAL WIPER, BLACK SOLID
6
15
4526312
SHAFT SEAL WIPER, BLACK W/ BLUE DOT SPLIT
-
16
1874201
SEAL CAP O-RING
6
17
8003437
SCREW, HXSLT #8-32 X 1
12
18
1874301
#8-32 O-RING
12
19
1863396
SEAL CAP MOUNTING BRKT, S/W LT (PAINTED)
3
20
1863397
SEAL CAP MOUNTING BRKT, S/W RT (PAINTED)
3
21
4522600
HI-LIMIT BRACKET, JAPAN
3
22
4521294
ARM PIVOT BLOCK
6
23
1854902
CAM FOLLOWER W/SHAFT
6
24
1854903
JAM NUT
6
25
4521709
1/2IN CONNECTOR, 90DEG.
3
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S5 DETAIL
Part#:1859803
Main Power Switch
(Molex Plug to Terminal Block)
5
2
1
2
1
6
5
4
6
5
4
4
S5
6
1=ORG
2=BRN
4=RED
2
1
9
8
7
3
2
1
6
5
4
51
50
5=BLK
6=WHT
Part#:4527095
Upper Platen Harness
(Molex Plug to Upper Platen)
P2 DETAIL
7
P2
8
9
88
50
7=BLK 50=BRN
8=RED 51=BRN
9=WHT 88=GRN
51
88
EXPORT ONLY
P2 DETAIL
Part#:1859814
Upper Platen Harness
16
16
(Molex Plug to Upper Platen)
10
51
9
8
7
3
2
1
6
5
4
10
51
50
50
9
8
P2
7
L2
L1
3
2
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
FRONT VIEW
P1 DETAIL
L3
Part#:1859808
Main Heater Harness
Electric Grills Models
(Molex Plug to Grill Plate Heating Elements)
L1
L2
L3
P1
1
L1,L2,L3=BLK
1, 2, 3 =RED
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Part#:1859813
Main Heater Harness
Electric Grill
(Molex Plug to Grill Plate Heating Elements)
EXPORT ONLY
3
2
1
3
2
1
6
5
4
S1 DETAIL
11
11
S1
12
3
13
2
1,2,3=BLK
11,12,13=WHT
1
P5 DETAIL
2
1
3
2
1
6
5
4
6
5
4
Part#:1859833
Main Power Switch Harness
(Molex Plug to Power Switch)
1=ORG
5=BLK
2,3=BRN 6=WHT
4=RED
3
1
2
P5
6
4
5
Part#:4521950
Pushbutton Harness
S4 DETAIL
35=BLK
25=WHT
3
35
2
25
1
35
S5
25
Part#:4522630
Relay Harness
L1,L2,L3=BLK
1,2,3=RED
21,22,23=BLK
(Grill Plate Molex Plug to
SSr’s Contactor)
L1
22
P1
L2
23
P1 DETAIL
L3
L2
L1
3
2
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
22
2
1
23
3
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21
L3
21
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P1 DETAIL
Part#:4527133
Reed Switch Harness
3
3
4
2
4a
5
1
3
RED
BLACK
P1
4
WH
7
BLUE
BLUE
8
W
LO
L
YE
8
7
CK
BLA
YE
LL
OW
ITE
5
4a
Part#:4522078
2 Speed Fan Harness
20C
5B
5C
5A
20A
20B
20B
5B
5C
9
20C
12
1
9
10
10
11
11
P3 DETAIL
1)
JUMPER
PINS
1,2,3
2)
JUMPER
PINS
4,5,6
2
19
11
3
2
1
6
5
4
51
1
20
20A
5A
Part#:4521770
Terminal Block Harness
(Terminal Block to Molex Plug)
11
P3
51
3
2
1
3
2
1
6
5
4
P1 DETAIL
Part#:4522642
Relay Harness
(Grill Plate Heater Molex Plug
to SSR’s Contactor)
4
21
P1
22
23
2
EXPORT ONLY
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Part#:4521811
Mennekes Harness
(Mennekes socket to contactor
terminal block)
E
N
5
4
4
L1
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
N
E
EXPORT ONLY
2
1
5
Part#:4521898
Ignition Harness
WHT 55
BLU 56
(Ignition module to Gas valve
Molex plug)
S9 DETAIL
55
56
56
S9
55
Part#:4521896
RS 485 Cable
(Motor speed control to control board)
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W/Harness Kit
Part #: 4530522
To Terminal Block
For use with these 3 platen grills
L3 L2 L1
Model
Electrical Specification
MWG3W
3P WYE & DELTA Gas
MWE3W/S 3P WYE Elec (except Brazil, China & H.K.)
bla
red
ck
wn
bro
L2 L3
L1
red
black
L1
brown
L3
red
black
L2
brown
red
wn
bro
k
blac
L1
L2
L3
diagram#2
W/Harness Kit
Part #: 4530523
L3 L2 L1
For use with these 3 platen grills
L3 L2 L1
Electrical Specification
Models
MWE3W 3P DELTA Electric
MWE3W/S 3P WYE Electric for Brazil, China & H.K.
red
black
red
brown
bla
ck
bro
wn
L2
L3
L1
L2
red
L1
black
L3
brown
L2
red
brown
black
red
wn
bro
k
blac
L1
L3
diagram#3
To Terminal Block
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WIRING DIAGRAM, MWE3W/S 200-240V - DELTA 50/60
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WIRING DIAGRAM, MWE3W/S 380/400/415V, WYE 50/60Hz
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WD, MWE3W/S 380/400/415V, WYE 50/60 Hz 2 iNPUT, 1 or 2 Button
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WIRING DIAGRAM, MWG3W 200 - 240V, DELTA 50/60Hz
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (CE Marked Models)
ALL MODELS:
THE ABOVE PRODUCT SERIES HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIVES AS APPLICABLE AND AMENDED, BASED ON THE LATEST AMENDED HARMONIZED STANDARD
2006/95/EEC
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
EN60335-1
SAFETY OF HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
2004/108/EC
IEC/EN 61000-6-1:2007
IEC/EN 61000-6-3:2007
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
EMC - IMMUNITY FOR RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND LIGHT-INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
EMC - EMISSION STANDARD FOR RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND LIGHT-INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT CONTAIN ASBESTOS. THE MATERIALS USED IN THE PRODUCTS NAMED ABOVE ARE SUITABLE FO CONTACT WITH
FOOD IN ACCORDANCE WITH FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE FOR FOOD CONTACT MATERIALS AND ARTICLES (89/109/EEC)
GAS MODELS:
THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AND TEST SPECIFICATIONS ARE CONSIDERED TO E A SUITABLE BASIS FOR DEMOSTRATING COMPLIANCE
EUROPEAN GAS APPLIANCE DIRECTIVE (90/396/EEC)
OF THE ABOVE PRODUCT(S) WITH THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE
EN 203-1:2005 + A1:2008; EN 203-2-9: 205; EN 437:2003 + A1:2009
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENT 2.2 IF ANNEX I OF THE EUROPEAN GAS APPLIANCE DIRECTIVE (90/396/EEC), WE
GUARANTEE THAT THE MATERIALS USED IN THE ABOVE PRODUCTS ARE APPROPIATE FOR THEIR INTENDED PURPOSE AND WILL WITHSTAND
THE TECHNICAL, CHEMICAL AND THERMAL TO WHICH THEY WILL FORESEE ABLY BE SUBJECTED.
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INDEX
A
B
C
D
E
F
I
L
Accessories Grill 28
Auto Mode Breakfast 38
Auto Mode Lunch 38
M
Magnet Assembly 58
Maintenance 31
Manual Mode Breakfast 38
Manual Mode Lunch 38
Beef Integrity 42
O
Calibration
Platen
LEVEL/REED SW mode 58
Casters Installation 15
Cleaning 31
Combustion Level 19
Content 3, 4
Control Grill Description 35
Cooking
Standby Mode 58
Cook Time Change 38
P
R
S
Damage Shipping 5
Declaration of Conformity 124
Error Messaging 36
Exhaust Hood 18
Exit Standby Mode 37
Factory Defaults 54
Factory Default Setting 55
Form Start Up 19
Installation 14
Items Included with Grill 14
LEVEL/REED SW mode 58
T
V
Operation Procedures 36
Patty Placement 41
Photo Accessories 29
Power Supply Connection 16
Product Recognition 39
Programming
LEVEL/REED SW mode 58
Programming Menu 44
Release Material Installation 27
Safety 6
Shutdown Grill 39
Specification Gas 13
Specification Mechanical 8, 9
Splash Shield Installation 26
Standby mode 58
Start-Up 14
System Menu 49
System Menu Tree 43
Temperature Display 38
Temperature Probe Calibration 22
Thermocouple Location 25
Turn Grill ON 37
Vapor Shield Installation 28
W
Warranty 5
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3-Platen Gas/Electric Clamshell Grills With Product Recognition
Manufactured Exclusively For McDonald’s By
Garland Commercial Ranges
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