STORE MANAGER TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL
PITCO FRIALATOR, INC.
18 WK KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
EQUIPPED WITH A 821 AJMK-KF2
COOKING COMPUTER
STORE MANAGER
TROUBLESHOOTING
MANUAL
Pitco Frialator, Inc.
P.O. Box 501
Concord, N.H. 03301
Phone 603-225-6684
Service Dept. 603-225-5688
A BLODGETT Company
TROUBLESHOOTING PITCO FRIALATOR
CONDITION
NO PILOT LIGHT.
PILOT LIGHT ON, NO HEAT.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
1. HIGH LIMIT TRIPPED.
1. Reset high limit, if unable call
authorized service agent for
replacement.
2. HIGH LIMIT NOT TRIPPED.
2. Call authorized service agent.
1. PILOT KNOB IN PI LOT
POSITION.
1. Turn to ON position.
2. PILOT KNOB IS IN ON
POSITION, NO HEAT.
2. ON-OFF switch in OFF
position.
3. Exit fill key not pressed after
being refilled.
4. Float switch stuck in down
position or float bulb off,
clean or install with new hold
clip.
5. Defective computer, call
authorized service agent.
6. Defective computer probe,
call authorized service agent.
PITCO FRIALATOR, INC.
GAS FIRED DEEP FAT FRYER
SERVICEMAN'S
SERVICE MANUAL
18 WK KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
SECTION 1S
SECTION 2S
SECTION 3S
SECTION 4S
CONTENTS
SERVICE PROCEDURES
TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS
WIRING DIAGRAMS
PARTS LISTS
Pitco Frialator, Inc.
P.O. Box 501
Concord, N.H. 03301
Phone 603-225-6684
Service Dept. 603-225-5688
A BLODGETT Company
PITCO Frialator, Inc.
P.O. Box 501, Concord, New Hampshire 03301
WORLD'S LEADING MANUFACTURER
OF DEEP FAT FRYERS
SECTION 1S SERVICE PROCEDURES
Parts can be identified from diagrams on Parts List page for each model.
1.1 TO REMOVE MAIN BURNER
a. Turn Unitrol knob to "OFF" position.
b. Loosen set screw in base of burner casting.
c. Unscrew and remove two hex head screws at top of burner.
d. Unscrew and remove air collar and locknut from burner.
e. Lift burner up to clear top of burner fitting and remove from fryer.
f. Reverse procedure to remount burner.
1.2 TO CHANGE MAIN BURNER ORIFICE
a. Follow procedure in Section 1.1.
b. After burner has been removed, unscrew orifice with a 3/8" wrench.
c. Screw in new orifice - tighten gas tight.
d. Remount burner, air collar and locknut.
1.3 TO REPLACE HEAT TUBE BAFFLES
a. Remove main burners: follow procedure in Section 1.1 .a. through e.
b. Baffles are fastened to the inside of the heat tube by a small tack weld on the right hand front baffle support. Break
leg away from weld with a chisel or solid steel bar.
c. Remove old baffles and insert new ones in tubes in original position.
d. Remount main burners.
1.4 TO REMOVE PILOT BURNER
a. Follow procedure in Section 1.1 and remove main burner to the right of the pilot burner.
b. Unscrew and remove tubing nut from pilot tubing connection on Unitrol.
c. Unscrew and remove thermopile from connection on Unitrol.
d. Unscrew and remove the two screws holding the pilot to the bracket on the fat container and lift the entire pilot
assembly out of the fryer.
1.5 TO CHANGE PILOT BURNER ORIFICE
a. Follow procedure in 1.4.
b. Unscrew tubing nut in fitting in base of pilot burner.
c. Unscrew fitting in base of pilot burner and withdraw orifice from inside the fitting.
d. Insert new orifice and reverse procedure to re-assemble.
e. Tighten all screws and connections and test for gas leaks.
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PITCO Frialator, Inc.
P.O. Box 501, Concord, New Hampshire 03301
WORLD'S LEADING MANUFACTURER
OF DEEP FAT FRYERS
SECTION 1 S SERVICE PROCEDURES (Cont'd)
1.6 TO REPLACE THERMOPILE
a. Follow procedure in 1.4.
b. Unscrew and remove thermopile from pilot burner bracket.
c. Replace with new thermopile.
d. Reverse procedure to re-assemble.
e. Tighten all screws and connections and test for gas leaks.
1.7 TO ADJUST PILOT FLAME
a. Make this adjustment with pilot burner lit.
b. Remove screw cap underneath pilot supply tubing connection to Unitrol valve.
c. Insert long handled screwdriver with 1/8" wide blade in adjusting screw slot inside this pilot supply fitting.
d. Turn adjusting screw clockwise to decrease or counterclockwise to increase pilot flame. Watch size of pilot flame
while turning adjusting screw.
CAUTION DO NOT REMOVE ADJUSTING SCREW
e. Replace screw cap when desired flame size is obtained.
f. Replace pilot orifice if desired flame cannot be obtained by adjustment. See Procedure 1.5.
1.8 TO REPLACE LIMIT CONTROL
a. Turn Unitrol knob to "OFF."
b. Drain all shortening from fry kettle. Remove tube screen.
c. Unscrew and remove the two screws in the limit bulb clamp on the heat tube inside the fry kettle.
d. Take sensing bulb out of the clamp and straighten the capillary tubing.
e. Remove the two burners that are in front of the capillary connector fitting on the bottom of the fry kettle. See
Procedure 1.1.
f. Unscrew small hex nut in connector fitting of control to be replaced.
g. Unscrew large connector nut and withdraw capillary and bulb from fry kettle.
h. Remove the two wires off the limit control terminals.
i. Unscrew and remove the two mounting screws in the limit control bracket and remove the limit control from the fryer.
j. Unpack the new limit control and carefully unroll the capillary tubing and straighten it out.
k. Install the new limit control by reversing the procedure. BE CAREFUL NOT TO BEND, KINK OR TWIST THE
CAPILLARY TUBING SHARPLY. THIS WILL DESTROY THE LIMIT CONTROL.
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SECTION 2S TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
TROUBLE
Pilot will light but Unitrol main gas valve
will not hold open automatically.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
1. Pilot thermopile not hot enough to
generate required millivoltage.
1. Hold Unitrol knob (in PILOT
position) depressed for 1 minute or
longer. Make sure all air has been
purged from gas line.
2. Loose wire connection in millivoltage
circuit.
2. Check all wire connections.
3. Thermopile producing insufficient
millivoltage.
3. Check voltage at Unitrol with
millivoltmeter, holding pilot flame on
manually as in No. 1 above.
Reading should be between 140 and
450 mv.
4. High limit control may have cut out.
4. Check continuity across limit control
terminals with meter. If limit control
has cut off, check at what
temperature it cut off.
5. Pilot flame too small.
5. Check millivoltage as above;
increase size of flame with Unitrol
pilot adjusting screw.
6. Pilot flame burning yellow.
6. Remove and clean pilot and
thermopile; decrease size of flame
with Unitrol pilot adjusting screw if
over 450 mv.
7. Draft may be pulling flame off
thermopile.
7. Eliminate the draft.
8. Gas pressure too low.
8. Pressure at burner manifold should
be 4.0" w.c. for natural gas and
10.0" w.c. for propane with all
appliances on same gas line in full
operation. Increase building pipe
size, gas meter size or number of LP
tanks. Consult gas company.
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SECTION 2S TROUBLESHOOTING CHART (Cont'd)
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Pilot will light but Unitrol
9. Defective thermopile.
9. Replace thermopile.
main gas valve will not hold open
automatically.
10. Defective Unitrol magnet.
10. Replace magnet.
Pilot flame lit but burners will not light.
1. Unitrol valve handle not turned to
ON.
1. Turn handle counter clockwise as
far as it will go.
2. Float switch bulb off or stuck down.
2. Install float switch bulb and new
clip. a. Pull bulb up and clean
shaft.
3. Supply cord may not be plugged in
or switch may not be turned on.
3. Check electric supply circuit.
4. Defective probe.
4. Replace probe.
5. Defective computer.
5. Replace.
6. Defective Unitrol.
6. Replace Unitrol.
Pilot flame and main burners cutoff
while cooking.
1. See list of Causes and Remedies
for "Pilot will light but Unitrol main
gas valve will not hold open
automatically."
Fryer temperature recovery too slow.
1. Excessive up-draft on fryer flue.
1. Reduce exhaust blower speed or
locate it at a greater distance from
fryer.
2. Low gas pressure.
2. Minimum operating pres sures:
Natural Gas - 4.0" w.c.; Propane
Gas -10.0" w.c.
3. Incorrect burner orifices.
3. Call factory to learn proper sizes.
4. Carbon build-up on heat tubes .
4. Clean fry kettle and tubes.
5. Baffles in heat tubes may be
burned out.
5. Replace baffles.
1. Pilot flame too large.
1. Adjust Unitrol pilot adjustment
screw.
2, Carbon build-up on thermopile.
2. Remove and clean.
Pilot flame is yellow.
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SECTION 2S TROUBLESHOOTING CHART (Cont'd)
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
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1. Downdraft on fryer flue opening,
or vent not turned on.
1.
2. Orifices may be too large.
2. Call factory to learn proper sizes.
3. Gas pressure too high.
3. On natural gas adjust Unitrol
pressure regulator to 4.0" w.c.
operating pres sure. On propane
gas have gas supplier adjust tank
pressure to provide 10.0" w.c.
operating pressure at the fryer.
.
4. Burners out of alignment.
4. Loosen burner mounting screws
and line up burners.
Main burners will not shut off
automatically.
1. Clogged vent cap on Uni-trol.
1. Remove and clean cap.
2. Defective Unitrol.
2. Replace Unitrol.
1. Improper air collar adjustment.
1. Adjust air collars.
2. Main burners dirty.
2. Remove burners and clean.
3. Improper gas pressure.
3. On natural gas adjust Unitrol
pressure regulator to 4.0" w.c.
operating pres sure. On propane
gas have gas supplier adjust tank
pressure to provide 10.0" w.c.
operating pressure at the fryer.
4. Orifices are too large.
4. Call factory to learn proper sizes.
1. Gas pressure too high.
1. Adjust pressure regulator.
2. Dirt or burr on burner orifice.
2. Clean orifice or replace.
Burner flames will not enter heat
tubes.
Main burner flames are yellow.
Howling or screeching noise when
burners are on.
REMEDY
Protect flue opening from
downdrafts, breezes or air flows
from blowers.
a. Turn Vent on.
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Part No.
B7100860
Item No.
1
P6094991
P5047210
P5047541
2
3
4
B7285301
5
B7285302
5
P6071805
P5045650
6
7
P5045652
7
P6071267
P6071005
B7420040
8
9
10
11
B7420053
11
P6071091
P6071360
P6071997
B7550107
12
13
14
15
Item Description
Stainless Steel Fat
Container
Name Plate
High limit Control
Thermopile
R/Shaw #51023
Pilot Burner Natural
W/Heat Shield
Pilot Burner Propane
W/Heat Shield
Unitrol Limit Wire
Unitrol Natural 120V
R/Shaw #337-901212A
Unitrol Propane 120V
R/Shaw #337-902272A
Unitrol Knob
Mfg. Data Plate
Main Burners
Main Burner Orifices
Natural
Main Burner Orifices
Propane
Air Collar Plated
Air Collar Nut
Burner Fittings
Burner Manifold
Part No.
P7036726
P8013485
Item No.
16
17
P6071768
A3701107
B7220030
18
19
20
P6071516
P6071496
P8012010
21
22
23
P6071300
P5047217
A1400202
A3301002
B7252501
P6072186
P7037467
P7037754
B7202201
B7200805
A1301101
B7233007
B7473011
A1303505
P6071303
A3700107
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
37
38
39
40
MODEL NO. AND SERIAL NUMBER OF FRYER MUST BE GIVEN ON ALL PARTS ORDERS.
If serial number or part name is not known, enclose pencil sketch with order.
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Item Description
Pressure Test Plug 1/4"
Main Burner Lock Bolt
(5/16 x 1/2 Sq.Head
Plated)
Drain Valve 1 1/4"
Heat Shield
Door Assembly RH
Std w/Handle
Door Handle
Snap Buttons
Burner Mounting Bolts
(5/16" x 3/4" Brass)
Magnetic Door Catch
Float Switch
Probe and Limit Bulb Clamp
Clean Out Rod
Heat Tube Baffles
Tube Screen
Drain Extension 1 1/4 x 14"
1 1/ 4 St. Elbow
Drain Valve Hndl
Front Panel Std
Thermostat Mtg. Bracket
Caster w/o Lock 8"
Adjustable Legs 8"
Manifold Bracket
Unitrol Magnet
Heat Deflector
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Fat Vat
Waste Shortening Container
The Fat Vat waste shortening container is
specifically designed to handle the task of
securing waste shortening from fryers and
transporting it to outside grease dumpsters or
barrels.
This unique lightweight container was engineered
with safety and convenience in mind to
supersede conventional methods used for
transporting waste shortening.
Specifications:
Height: 35"
Depth: 8"
Width: 12"
Weight: 16 Ibs.
Color: Silver/Gray
Beneficial Characteristics
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Helps eliminate the mess
Secures hot waste shortening
Convenient to transport
Easy to dump—lightweight
Holds 7 1/2 gallons of waste shortening
One year limited warrantee
Operational Instructions:
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Open lid, lay container down under fryer,
release valve
Drain waste shortening into Fat Vat
Close lid and transport by pulling or
pushing
Hook lid lip on dumpster and, holding both
bottom and top handles, empty shortening
into grease container
Clean Fat Vat with hot water and amonia,
air dry
KFC NATIONAL PURCHASING COOPERATIVE, INC.
P.O. Box 32033
Louisville, KY 40232
Call: 502-459-2700 or 800-626-5687
Section
Kitchen Equip.
ISSUE
DATE
↓
Subsection
Fryers/Cookers
January 1, 1986
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