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Groen DEE-4T & DHT-40/60(C,A) INA/2 & D-40/60/80 INA/2 Manual
OPERATOR MANUAL
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, KEEP FOR OPERATOR
This manual provides information for:
DOMESTIC MODELS:
DEE-4T - 40/60(C,A) INA/2
DHT - 40/60(C,A) INA/2
D(L) - 40/60/80 INA/2
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Electric, Gas or Steam Heated
Floor Mounted
Tilting Kettle
Tilt Out Agitator Drive System
Variable Speed Agitator Controls
Inclined Agitator
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READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND
WARNINGS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and 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.
NOTIFY CARRIER OF DAMAGE AT ONCE
It is the responsibility of the consignee to inspect the container upon receipt of
same and to determine the possibility of any damage, including concealed damage. Unified Brands suggests that if you are suspicious of damage to make a
notation on the delivery receipt. It will be the responsibility of the consignee to file
a claim with the carrier. We recommend that you do so at once.
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of printing/creation. Unified Brands recommends referencing our product line websites,
unifiedbrands.net, for the most updated product information and specifications.
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IMPORTANT - READ FIRST - IMPORTANT
CAUTION:
BE SURE ALL OPERATORS READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS,
CAUTIONS, AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
WARNING:
THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN THE COMMERCIAL HEATING, COOKING AND HOLDING OF
WATER AND FOOD PRODUCTS, PER THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL. ANY OTHER
USE COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.
WARNING:
THE KETTLE MUST BE INSTALLED BY PERSONNEL QUALIFIED TO WORK WITH ELECTRICITY.
IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN RESULT IN INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.
DANGER:
ELECTRICALLY GROUND THE UNIT AT THE TERMINAL PROVIDED. FAILURE TO GROUND UNIT
COULD RESULT IN ELECTROCUTION AND DEATH.
WARNING:
AVOID ALL DIRECT CONTACT WITH HOT EQUIPMENT SURFACES. DIRECT SKIN CONTACT COULD
RESULT IN SEVERE BURNS.
WARNING:
AVOID ALL DIRECT CONTACT WITH HOT FOOD OR WATER IN THE KETTLE. DIRECT CONTACT COULD
RESULT IN SEVERE BURNS.
CAUTION:
DO NOT OVER FILL THE KETTLE WHEN COOKING, HOLDING OR CLEANING. KEEP LIQUIDS A
MINIMUM OF 2-3” (5-8 CM) BELOW THE KETTLE BODY RIM TO ALLOW CLEARANCE FOR STIRRING,
BOILING AND SAFE PRODUCT TRANSFER.
WARNING:
TAKE SPECIAL CARE TO AVOID CONTACT WITH HOT KETTLE BODY OR HOT PRODUCT WHEN
ADDING INGREDIENTS, STIRRING OR TRANSFERRING PRODUCT TO ANOTHER CONTAINER.
WARNING:
DO NOT STAND ON OR APPLY UNNECESSARY WEIGHT OR PRESSURE ON THE KETTLE FRONT OR
POURING LIP. THIS COULD RESULT IN OVERLOAD AND FAILURE OF THE TILT MECHANISM, AND
POSSIBLE SERIOUS INJURY AND BURNS TO THE OPERATOR AND OTHERS.
WARNING:
WHEN TILTING KETTLE FOR PRODUCT TRANSFER:
1) WEAR PROTECTIVE OVEN MITT AND PROTECTIVE APRON.
2) USE CONTAINER DEEP ENOUGH TO CONTAIN AND MINIMIZE PRODUCT SPLASHING.
3) PLACE CONTAINER ON STABLE, FLAT SURFACE, AS CLOSE TO KETTLE AS POSSIBLE.
4) STAND TO LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF KETTLE WHILE POURING. DO NOT STAND DIRECTLY IN
POUR PATH OF HOT CONTENTS.
5) POUR SLOWLY, MAINTAIN CONTROL OF KETTLE, AND RETURN KETTLE BODY TO UPRIGHT
POSITION AFTER CONTAINER IS FILLED OR TRANSFER IS COMPLETE.
6) DO NOT OVER-FILL CONTAINER. AVOID DIRECT SKIN CONTACT WITH HOT CONTAINER AND ITS
CONTENTS.
CAUTION:
KEEP FLOORS IN FRONT OF KETTLE WORK AREA CLEAN AND DRY. IF SPILLS OCCUR, CLEAN
IMMEDIATELY, TO AVOID SLIPS OR FALLS.
WARNING:
FAILURE TO CHECK PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE OPERATION PERIODICALLY COULD RESULT IN
PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
WARNING:
WHEN TESTING, AVOID ANY EXPOSURE TO THE STEAM BLOWING OUT OF THE PRESSURE RELIEF
VALVE. DIRECT CONTACT COULD RESULT IN SEVERE BURNS.
WARNING:
TO AVOID INJURY, READ AND FOLLOW ALL PRECAUTIONS STATED ON THE LABEL OF THE WATER
TREATMENT COMPOUND.
WARNING:
BEFORE REPLACING ANY PARTS, DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY.
WARNING:
TURN OFF POWER AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OR SERVICE.
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IMPORTANT - READ FIRST - IMPORTANT
WARNING:
THE MIXER MUST BE INSTALLED BY PERSONNEL WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO WORK WITH
ELECTRICITY, IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN RESULT IN INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
WARNING:
ANY MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL CHANGE MUST BE APPROVED BY THE GROEN FOOD SERVICE
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.
WARNING:
TURN OFF AGITATOR BEFORE ADDING INGREDIENTS OR INSPECTING KETTLE CONTENTS. DO NOT
WEAR LOOSE CLOTHING OR JEWELRY AROUND OPERATING MIXER KETTLE. KEEP WELL CLEAR OF
ROTATING MIXER ARMS AND PADDLES AT ALL TIMES.
WARNING:
THE UNIT IS EQUIPPED WITH AN AUTOMATIC CUTOFF SWITCH. IF POWER IS ON WHEN A TILTED
MIXER IS LOWERED INTO THE OPERATING POSITION, THE MIXER WILL AUTOMATICALLY START.
CAUTION:
STARTING WITH THE MIXER SET AT HIGH SPEED MAY CAUSE MATERIAL TO SPILL OUT OF THE
KETTLE ON TWO SPEED AND VARIABLE SPEED UNITS.
CAUTION:
UNDER HEAVY LOAD DO NOT RUN THE MIXER CONTINUOUSLY AT SLOWER THAN 5% OF FULL
SPEED. SLOWER OPERATION COULD DAMAGE THE SPEED CONTROL.
WARNING:
BEFORE CLEANING ANY PART OF THE MIXER, OTHER THAN THE AGITATOR, DISCONNECT THE
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE BOX TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK.
WARNING:
KEEP WATER AND SOLUTIONS OUT OF THE CONTROLS, ELECTRICAL WIRING, AND DRIVE
MECHANISM. NEVER SPRAY OR HOSE THE MIXER.
CAUTION:
WHEN YOU INSTALL THE SCRAPER BLADES, MAKE SURE THE SCRAPER IS CURVED. A REVERSED
SCRAPER WILL NOT SCRAPE AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE.
WARNING:
AVOID CONTACT WITH CLEANING PRODUCTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUPPLIER AND
MANUFACTURER RECOMMENDATIONS. MANY CLEANERS ARE HARMFUL TO THE SKIN, EYES,
MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND CLOTHING. READ THE WARNINGS AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS ON THE
CLEANER LABEL.
WARNING:
USE OF ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER THAN THOSE SUPPLIED BY GROEN OR THEIR
AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR VOIDS ALL WARRANTIES AND CAN CAUSE BODILY INJURY TO THE
OPERATOR AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.
WARNING:
SERVICE PERFORMED BY OTHER THAN FACTORY AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL WILL VOID ALL
WARRANTIES.
WARNING:
BEFORE REPLACING ANY PARTS, SHUT OFF ALL ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLIES TO THE COOKER/
MIXER.
WARNING:
USE ONLY GROEN-SUPPLIED PARTS. SUBSTITUTION OF UNAUTHORIZED OR GENERIC PARTS CAN
RESULT IN BODILY INJURY TO THE OPERATOR AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT.
WARNING:
DO NOT PLACE HANDS, TOOLS, OR HOSES IN KETTLE WHILE AGITATOR IS MOVING.
WARNING:
AGITATOR AREA MUST BE CLEAR OF OBSTRUCTION BEFORE OPERATION. TO RUN AGITATOR:
1) ENSURE KETTLE IS FULLY UPRIGHT
2) ENSURE MIXER HEAD IS FULLY DOWN AND LATCHED
3) SET THE SPEED DIAL TO DESIRED SPEED
4) TURN THE START SWITCH TO ON
TO STOP AGITATOR:
1) PRESS THE RED STOP BUTTON OR TURN THE SWITCH TO OFF
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Table of Contents
Important Operator Warnings ....................................................page 2-3
References.................................................................................... page 4
Equipment Description.................................................................. page 5
Installation .................................................................................... page 5
Initial Start-Up............................................................................... page 6
Agitator Operation ....................................................................... page 6
Operation ...................................................................................... page 7
Cleaning...................................................................................... page 8-9
Maintenance.................................................................................. page 9
Troubleshooting............................................................................ page 10
Parts List .................................................................................. page 11-13
Service Log .................................................................................. page 14
References
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION
60 Battery March Park
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269
NFPA/70 - The National Electrical Code
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Equipment Description
The Groen INA/2 assembly is an electrically powered mixer with an inclined agitator,
which is incorporated into Groen kettles of 40 to 80 gallon capacity. The patented
design provides a gentle lifting and folding action which avoids the build-up of heavy
particles at the bottom of the kettle. This action is uniquely efficient in preparing such
products as stews, ground meat, pie fillings, franks and beans, and similar items.
The agitator frame is constructed of tubular stainless steel and fitted with shovel-type
scrapers. It is easily removed for cleaning. The mixer has a variable speed drive with
electrical speed control.
For a description of the kettle component of your cooker/mixer, see the separate kettle
manual.
Installation
WARNING
TURN OFF POWER AT THE CIRCUIT
BREAKER PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
Your Groen mixer has been test operated at the factory and is furnished with all
internal wiring. It is complete and ready for final connection. A wiring diagram is
furnished at the rear of this manual. Installation is as follows:
THE MIXER MUST BE INSTALLED BY
PERSONNEL WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO
WORK WITH ELECTRICITY. IMPROPER
INSTALLATION CAN RESULT IN INJURY
TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.
1. Set the cooker/mixer in place and level it. If the mixer is a tilting model, confirm
that there is enough rear or side clearance, depending on model, and overhead
clearance to tilt the mixer safely through its entire tilting range. Provide enough
clearance to permit access for service as well. Fasten the cooker/mixer to the
floor or deck to reduce chances that the unit could tip over if unit is provided with
flanged feet.
ANY MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL
CHANGE MUST BE APPROVED BY THE
GROEN FOOD SERVICE ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT.
2. Provide the proper electric power supply as specified on the electrical information
plate attached to the mixer. Observe local codes and/or The National Electrical
Code in accordance with ANSI/NFPA 70 - latest edition. The installation must
conform to the code that has the more strict requirements.
WARNING
TO PREVENT POSSIBLE ELECTRIC
SHOCK, GROUND THE UNIT AT THE
TERMINAL PROVIDED.
3. Your mixer requires a permanent connection with the electrical service. Use
waterproof conduit and waterproof connectors for this connection.
4. Any electrical service for the kettle will require a separate connection. See the
specific kettle manual.
5. Use the following check list to confirm that the installation is correct.
Unit level
Adequate clearance for tilting
Access for service
Unit fastened down
Mixer power supply conforms to information plate and code
Electrical conduit and connections are waterproof
Mixer grounded
For instructions on installing the kettle component of your cooker/mixer, see the
separate kettle manual.
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Initial Start-Up
WARNING
TURN OFF AGITATOR BEFORE ADDING
INGREDIENTS OR INSPECTING KETTLE
CONTENTS. DO NOT WEAR LOOSE
CLOTHING OR JEWELRY AROUND
OPERATING MIXER KETTLE. KEEP WELL
CLEAR OF ROTATING MIXER ARMS AND
PADDLES AT ALL TIMES.
After the mixer is installed, take the following actions to confirm that the equipment is
operating correctly.
1. Tilt the mixer through its complete tilting range to ensure that there is no hazard or
interference.
2. Make sure the agitator is properly coupled with its drive shaft. If the mixer has
a slip-on coupling, the drive pin must be positioned at the end of the J-slot. If a
bolted coupling is employed, the bolts must be turned to the proper position and
the nuts must be tightened.
3. When the mixer is in operating position, every scraper blade should touch the
inside of the kettle during at least part of each revolution of the agitator.
4. At the circuit breaker or fuse box, turn on the electric power supply to the mixer.
5. Switch on the drive and confirm that the mixer operates smoothly. For a variable
speed model, confirm that the mixer operates correctly throughout its speed range.
6. Make sure the agitator turns in the correct direction, so it pushes the nylon scraper
blades ahead of the agitator bar.
If the unit functions as described above, it is ready for use. If the unit does not function
as intended, call your local Groen authorized service agency.
Slip-On Coupling
For instructions on initial start-up of the kettle component of your cooker/mixer, see
the separate kettle manual.
Kettles with 100 Gallon capacity and larger
Agitator Operation
WARNING
DO NOT PLACE HANDS, TOOLS, OR HOSES
IN KETTLE WHILE AGITATOR IS MOVING.
AGITATOR AREA MUST BE CLEAR OF
OBSTRUCTION BEFORE OPERATION.
TO RUN AGITATOR
1. Ensure kettle is fully upright.
2. Ensure mixer head is fully down and latched.
3. Set the speed dial to desired speed.
4. Turn the start switch to ON.
TO STOP AGITATOR
1. Press the red STOP button or turn the ON/OFF toggle switch to OFF.
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WARNING
TURN OFF AGITATOR BEFORE ADDING
INGREDIENTS OR INSPECTING KETTLE
CONTENTS. DO NOT WEAR LOOSE CLOTHING
OR JEWELRY AROUND OPERATING MIXER
KETTLE. KEEP WELL CLEAR OF ROTATING
MIXER ARMS AND PADDLES AT ALL TIMES.
WARNING
THE UNIT IS EQUIPPED WITH AN
AUTOMATIC TILT CUTOFF SWITCH. IF
POWER IS ON WHEN A TILTED MIXER IS
LOWERED INTO OPERATING POSITION,
THE MIXER CAN AUTOMATICALLY START.
CAUTION
STARTING WITH THE MIXER SET AT HIGH
SPEED MAY CAUSE MATERIAL TO SPILL
OUT OF THE KETTLE ON VARIABLE
SPEED UNITS.
CAUTION
UNDER HEAVY LOAD DO NOT RUN THE
MIXER CONTINUOUSLY AT SLOWER
THAN 5% OF FULL SPEED. SLOWER
OPERATION COULD DAMAGE THE
SPEED CONTROL.
1. Before you operate the mixer, make sure that the agitator is firmly connected
with the drive shaft and properly positioned in the kettle. The agitator must be
positioned so every scraper blade touches the kettle during at least part of each
revolution. To connect the agitator:
Slip-on Coupling: Slide the coupling up onto the shaft as far as it will go. Then turn
the agitator and pull it down, so that the drive pin on the shaft becomes firmly
seated against the end of the J-slot.
Bolted Coupling:
a. Guide the two pins of the drive shaft into the holes in the coupling.
b. With the lobe of the cam pointing up, and while holding the two cam bolts,
insert the bolts through the larger holes in the side of the coupling. The bolts
must pass the flat part of the shaft, and through the smaller holes in the other
side of the coupling.
c. Turn the cam bolts toward the shaft 1/8 turn or until the lobe of the cam is snug
against the flat side of the shaft.
d. Fasten the bolts in place with the supplied hex nuts, and tighten the nuts.
2. If the mixer has been tilted up, lower it into operating position.
3. Turn on electric power to the unit at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
4. Switch on the drive.
5. Set the desired mixing speed. On a variable speed drive with electrical speed
control, turn the speed adjustment knob.
6. To stop the mixer, switch off the drive. If the cooker/mixer will be cleaned or
serviced, or will not be used for a week or longer, cut off all power supplies to the
unit at the circuit breaker or fuse box.
7. Switch off the drive, before you tilt the mixer. To tilt the mixer, first unlatch it. For
some units, you may need to tilt the kettle forward slightly to let the agitator clear
the kettle wall as you tilt the mixer.
8. As you tilt the mixer out of the kettle, clean any clinging product from the agitator,
so product will not drip onto the outside of the kettle or surroundings, and so the
weight of product will not make the mixer fall down.
To operate the kettle component of your cooker/mixer, see the separate kettle manual.
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Cleaning
WARNING
BEFORE CLEANING ANY PART OF THE
MIXER, OTHER THAN THE AGITATOR,
SHUT OFF ALL ELECTRIC POWER TO THE
COOKER/MIXER AT THE CIRCUIT
BREAKER OR FUSE BOX, TO AVOID
POSSIBLE ELECTRIC SHOCK.
KEEP WATER AND SOLUTIONS OUT OF
THE CONTROLS, ELECTRICAL WIRING,
AND DRIVE MECHANISM. NEVER SPRAY
OR HOSE THE MIXER.
WARNING
AVOID CONTACT WITH ANY CLEANER, AS
RECOMMENDED BY THE SUPPLIER.
CAREFULLY READ THE WARNINGS AND
FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE LABEL
OF THE CLEANER. MANY CLEANERS ARE
HARMFUL TO THE SKIN, EYES, MUCOUS
MEMBRANES, AND CLOTHING.
CAUTION
NEVER LEAVE A SANITIZER IN CONTACT
WITH THE SURFACE OF STAINLESS
STEEL LONGER THAN 20 MINUTES.
LONGER CONTACT CAN CAUSE CORROSION.
1. Suggested Cleaning Supplies:
a. A good stainless steel cleaner.
b. Stiff brushes in good condition.
c. Sanitizer solution.
2. Precautions
Before any cleaning operation, shut off the cooker/mixer by turning the thermostat
dial to “OFF”, and shut off all electric power to the unit at a remote switch, such as
the circuit breaker. See warning at left.
3. Procedure
a. Wash the agitator as soon as possible after use. If the unit is in continuous use,
thoroughly clean and sanitize all parts of the mixer at least once every 12 hours.
b. Disassemble the scrapers and clean them along with the rest of the agitator,
then reassemble them.
To disassemble a scraper:
i. Pull the hairpin clip out of the yoke. To make
this easier, squeeze the ends of the clip closer
together. (See Photos).
ii. Remove the locking clip, then pull the plastic
scraper blade out of its holder.
To reassemble a scraper:
i. Push the blade as far as it will go into the
holder.
ii. From the back or convex side of the holder (the side that will be facing the
kettle wall), hook the locking clip through the slot in the blade. Position the
loop of the locking clip, so the hairpin clip will pass through it.
iii. Position the scraper in the yoke, then insert the hairpin clip. Squeeze the
ends of the clip closer together to help them pass through the second side
of the yoke. Make sure the hairpin clip has passed through the loop of the
locking clip.
c. Prepare a hot solution of the cleaning compound as instructed by the supplier.
Wash the agitator parts and rinse them well. Use a cloth moistened with the
cleaning solution to clean other parts of the mixer.
d. To remove materials stuck to the agitator, use a brush, sponge, cloth, plastic
or rubber scraper, or plastic wool along with the cleaning solution. To make
washing easier, let the cleaning solution soak into the residue. When you clean
the stainless steel parts, do not use any abrasive material (like metal sponges
or scouring powder) or metal implement (like a spoon, scraper, or wire brush)
that might scratch the surface. Scratches make the surface hard to clean and
provide places for bacteria to grow. Do not use steel wool, which may leave
particles imbedded in the surface and cause eventual corrosion and pitting.
e. As part of the daily cleaning program, clean all surfaces that may have been
soiled. Remember to check such parts as the back and underside of the drive
housing.
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f. When the agitator needs to be sanitized, use a sanitizing solution equivalent to
one that supplies 100 parts per million available chlorine. Obtain advice on the
best sanitizing agent from your supplier of sanitation products. Following the
supplier’s directions, apply the sanitizer after the agitator has been washed,
then rinse off the sanitizer completely. It is recommended that the agitator be
sanitized just before use.
g. The exterior of the unit may be polished with a good quality stainless steel
cleaner.
Cleaning procedures for the kettle component of your cooker/mixer are described in
the separate kettle manual.
Maintenance
WARNING
USE OF ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER
THAN THOSE SUPPLIED BY GROEN OR
THEIR AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR VOIDS
ALL WARRANTIES AND CAN CAUSE BODILY
INJURY TO THE OPERATOR AND DAMAGE TO
THE EQUIPMENT.
1. Periodic Service
a. The interior of control and drive housings should be kept clean and dry.
b. Electrical wiring should be kept securely connected and in good condition.
c. Regular service of the mixer should include cleaning the motor and checking
the reducer gearcase. Check oil level at 3000 hrs of operation or every 6
months. Change oil completely every 3 years or 15,000 hrs. Lubricant type is
“GG Arctic SHC 23”. Food grade lubricant (Mobil product).
WARNING
BEFORE REPLACING ANY PARTS, SHUT
OFF ALL ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLIES TO
THE COOKER/MIXER.
2. Component Replacement
All internal wiring is marked as shown on the schematic drawings in this
manual. Be sure that new components are wired in the same manner as the old
components.
3. Service Records
A Service Log is provided at the rear of this manual. Each time service is
performed on this equipment, enter the date on which the work was done, what
was done, and who did it. Keep this log with the equipment.
Service procedures for the kettle component of the cooker/mixer are described in the
separate kettle manual.
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Troubleshooting
Your unit is designed to operate smoothly and efficiently if properly maintained. However, the following is a list of checks to make
in the event of a problem. Wiring diagrams are furnished inside the service panel. X indicates items which must be performed by
an authorized technician. USE OF ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER THAN THOSE SUPPLIED BY UNIFIED BRANDS OR THEIR
AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO THE OPERATOR AND DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND WILL VOID ALL
WARRANTIES.
SYMPTOM
Motor will not run.
WHO
User
Authorized
Service Rep Only
Motor runs slowly.
User
Authorized
Service Rep Only
Motor speed varies rapidly.
User
Authorized
Service Rep Only
Motor overheats and/or
sparks excessively.
User
Authorized
Service Rep Only
Circuit breaker or heater
cuts out frequently.
User
Authorized
Service Rep Only
WHAT TO CHECK
a. Power supply to the unit.
b. For a mechanical overload. (example: frozen product)
c. Circuit breaker or fuse.
d. That the tilt switch is closed. X
e. For a ground or short in the motor. X
f. Overload heaters. X
a. For a mechanical overload.
b. For open motor field circuit, by checking field current. X
a. For an oscillating load, by disconnecting the mixer drive from the agitator
and checking motor speed.
b. Variable speed controller. X
a. For a mechanical overload.
b. Ambient temperature is high.
c. Incorrect supply voltage to motor. X
d. Excessive variation (under voltage or over voltage) in supply voltage. X
e. Single phasing due to loose connection in supply line or a blow fuse. X
a. For a mechanical overload.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Whether line voltage is too high. X
Motor armature and wiring for ground or short. X
For open motor field circuit, by checking field current. X
For defective circuit breaker. X
Motor is improperly connected. X
Troubleshooting guidance for the kettle component of your cooker/mixer is contained in the separate kettle manual.
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Parts List
Ref
Description
Part #
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BLADE ASSEMBLY, SCRAPER
005100
1
BLADE, SCRAPER, NYLON
005098
2
HOLDER, BLADE ASSEMBLY
123270
3
CLIP, SCRAPER LOCKING
N59854
4
CLIP, HAIRPIN RETAINING
003652
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Parts List
Description
Part #
Description
Part #
SWITCH ASSEMBLY AGITATOR
128485
BLADE SCRAPER
005098
SWITCH ASSEMBLY SPEED CONTROL
115341
HOLDER SCRAPER BLADE
123270
SWITCH ASSEMBLY EMERGENCY STOP
115342
SPACER D/INA/2 MOTOR
003727
ENCLOSURE NEMA
128458
PLATE BRIDGE
040180
ENCLOSURE, 12” X 16” X 8”
128460
PLATE PIVOT
040181
INVERTER 230 VAC
120436
BREAKER BAR FOR D/INA
073487
INVERTER 380/460V
128975
DRIVE 208/360V 1.5HP
141902
TERMINAL BLOCK 3 - POLE
003888
DRIVE 1.5 HP 240/480V
141901
CONTACTOR 12AMP 4 POLE
111072
DRIVE 2 HP 240/480V
128972
FUSE BLOCK
096809
DRIVE,2HP 360VOLT
115303B
FUSE 20 AMP
071489
CONTROL MOUNTING BRACKET
128490
TRANSFORMER, 100 VA
115356
CONTROL MOUNTING
176702
LUG, GROUND 14-6 AWG
119829
CONNECTOR STRAIGHT
001674
WIRING KIT, VARIABLE SPEED
132383
CONNECTOR
N58643
RELAY, CONTROL
115358
BRACKET, ENCLOSURE MOUNTING
128515
SOCKET RELAY
115359
MOUNTING PLATE
128519
WIRING SCHEMATIC VARIABLE
128491
MOUNTING BRACKET ASSEMBLY
128516
WIRING HARNESS
128482
RING BASIC EXTERNAL
006792
WIRING HARNESS CONTROL BOX
128483
LIMIT SWITCH
081019
WIRING HARNESS CONTROL BOX TO AGITATOR
128484
LATCH
009188
FUSE BLOCK (TYPE M) 3 POLE
120706
HANDLE & LATCH SUB-ASSY
016101
COVER AGITATOR TILT
006972
HANDLE & BRACKET ASSY
009185
SWITCH LIMIT
081019
HANDLE & SPRING ROD ASSY
009181
MOUNTING TILT SWITCH BRACKET
137966
HANDLE 3/8” X 1” X 21”
001932
LATCH
009188
KNOB RED BALL HANDLE
012961
HANDLE & LATCH
044115
TING TOLLERENCE
012962
HANDLE & SPRING
009180
BEARING CYLINDRICAL
009236
HANDLE 3/8” X 1” X 12”
001931
SPRING .162” WIRE X .098” OD X3”
HANDLE & BRACKET
009238
PLUNGER/SPRING
KNOB RED BALL HANDLE
012691
INSERT HANDLE & LATCH ASSY
016219
RING TOLERANCE
012692
COVER HANDLE & LATCH ASSY
016220
SHAFT DRIVE INA TYPE
116168
MOUNTING PLATE
016221
SHIELD DRIP
026709
MOUNT ARM ANGLE 3” X 3” X3”
016223
POST PIVOT ASSY
040193
SHAFT DRIVE ‘INA’ TYPE
116168
POWER-AID ASSY
040196
SHIELD DRIP
026709
AGITATOR ASSY 40GAL
043540
POST PIVOT ASSY
176714
AGITATOR ASSEMBLY 60 GAL
040207
POWER AID ASSY
040196
AGITATOR ASSY 80GAL
026684
COUPLING AGITATOR
003883
YOKE BLADE
004923
BREAKER BAR 3/16” X2 ½ “ X 2 ½ “ X 30”
073487
SCRAPER BLADE ASSY
005100
BAR MOUNTING DRIVE
N56890
PIN AGITATOR BLADE
003652
CLIP SCRAPER LOCKING
003655
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OM-INA/2
009237
MS17005
Electrical Schematic
OM-INA/2
13
Service Log
Model No:
Purchased From:
Serial No:
Location:
Date Purchased:
Date Installed:
Purchase Order No:
For Service Call:
Date
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OM-INA/2
Maintenance Performed
Performed By
OM-INA/2
15
1055 Mendell Davis Drive • Jackson MS 39272
888-994-7636 • 601-372-3903 • Fax 888-864-7636
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