Dean D50 Series Programming instructions

Dean D50 Series Programming instructions
Decathlon Series Gas Fryers
Service & Parts Manual
D, CFD, SCFD, FPD,
and Common Cabinet Models
NON-CE &
Dean, a member of the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association, recommends using
CFESA Certified Technicians.
FEBRUARY 2007
24-Hour Service Hotline
1-800-551-8633
*8195922*
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, maintenance and repairs should be performed
by your FRYMASTER FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.
DANGER
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other cooking appliance.
DANGER
Instructions explaining procedures to be followed MUST be posted in a prominent location in
the event the operator detects a gas leak. This information can be obtained from the local gas
company or gas supplier.
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.
DANGER
Safe and satisfactory operation of your equipment depends on proper installation. Installation
MUST conform with local codes, or in absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1; The Natural Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149.1; The Propane Installation
Code, CAN/CGA-B149.2; or The latest edition of the National Electric Code, N.F.P.A. 70.
NOTICE
If, during the warranty period, the customer uses a part for this Enodis equipment other than an
unmodified new or recycled part purchased directly from Frymaster and Dean, or any of its
authorized service centers, and/or the part being used is modified from its original
configuration, this warranty will be void. Further, Frymaster and Dean and its affiliates will not
be liable for any claims, damages or expenses incurred by the customer which arise directly or
indirectly, in whole or in part, due to the installation of any modified part and/or part received
from an unauthorized service center.
DANGER
The crumb tray in fryers equipped with a filter system must be emptied into a fireproof container
at the end of frying operations each day. Some food particles can spontaneously combust if left
soaking in certain shortening material. Additional information can be obtained in the filtration
manual included with the system.
DANGER
The front ledge of the fryer is not a step. Do not stand on the fryer. Serious injury can result
from slips or contact with the hot oil.
WARNING
Drawings and photos used in this manual are intended to illustrate operational, cleaning and
technical procedures and may not conform to on-site management operational procedures.
WARNING
No structural material on the fryer should be altered or removed to accommodate placement of
the fryer under a hood. Questions? Call the Frymaster and Dean Service Hotline at 1-800-5518633.
This equipment is to be installed in compliance with the basic plumbing code of The Building
Officials and Code Administrators International, Inc. (BOCA) and the Food Service Sanitation
Manual of the Food and Drug Administration.
COMPUTERS
FCC
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. While this device is a verified Class
A device, it has been shown to meet the Class B limits.
CANADA
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A or B limits for radio noise emissions as set out by the
ICES-003 standard of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Cet appareil numerique n’emet pas de bruits radioelectriques depassany les limites de classe A et B
prescrites dans la norme NMB-003 edictee par le Ministre des Communcations du Canada.
DANGER
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE
CANCER AND/OR BIRTH DEFECTS OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM.
Operation, installation, and servicing of this product could expose you to airborne particles of
glasswool or ceramic fibers, crystalline silica, and/or carbon monoxide. Inhalation of airborne
particles of glasswool or ceramic fibers is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Inhalation of carbon monoxide is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
WARNING
Do not bang fry baskets or other utensils on the fryer’s joiner strip. The strip is present to seal
the joint between the fry vessels. Banging fry baskets on the strip to dislodge shortening will
distort the strip, adversely affecting its fit. It is designed for a tight fit and should only be
removed for cleaning.
Decathlon Series Gas Fryers
Service and Parts Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
SERVICE PROCEDURES……..……..……………………………………………...
1.1
Functional Description............................................................................................1-1
1.2
Accessing Fryers for Service...................................................................................1-8
1.3
Cleaning the Gas Valve Vent Tube (if applicable)..............................................1-10
1.4
Adjusting Burner Manifold Gas Pressure..........................................................1-10
1.5
Adjusting the Pilot Flame......................................................................................1-11
1.6
Calibrating the Thermatron Controller and Backup Thermostat....................1-11
1.7
Replacing Fryer Components...............................................................................1-13
1.8
Troubleshooting and Problem Isolation..............................................................1-32
1.9
Troubleshooting Guides........................................................................................1-41
1.10 Wiring Diagrams....................................................................................................1-43
2.
PARTS LIST…….…………………………………..……………………………….
2.1
Decathlon Primary Components............................................................................2-1
2.2
Control Panel Options; D60 Series.......................................................................2-14
2.3
Optional Components and Controllers................................................................2-15
2.4
Transformers and Component Boxes; Multi-batteried Decathlon...................2-18
2.5
Oil Drain Manifold Components..........................................................................2-20
2.6
Oil Return Manifold Components........................................................................2-24
2.7
Oil Return and Oil Flush Components................................................................2-28
2.8
Under Fryer Filter (UFF) Components; D50 and D60 Series............................2-32
2.9
Single Under Fryer Filter (SUFF) Components..................................................2-37
2.10 Basket Lift Components; D50, D60, and D80......................................................2-41
2.11 Trough, Holster, and Cover Components; D60 and D80 Series........................2-43
FINDING YOUR WAY AROUND THE DEAN DECATHLON
Basket Hanger
Flue Cap
Top Cap
Electronic Operating
Thermostat
Burners
Drain Valve Handle (Red)
Oil Return Handle (Yellow)
Drain Flush Handle (Blue)
Drain Tubes
Filter Unit
Drain Tubes
Frypot
DECATHLON SERIES GAS FRYERS
CHAPTER 1: SERVICE PROCEDURES
1.1 Functional Description
Decathlon Series gas fryers contain a welded steel frypot (stainless or cold-rolled) heated by gas
flames diffused evenly through tubes built into the frypot.
Flames originate from orifices in a burner manifold positioned beneath cast-iron burners. The
burners are positioned in the tube openings, at the front of the frypot. The diameter of the orifices
differs for natural (CE:G20/G25) and LP (CE:G31) gas as indicated in the accompanying table.
NON-CE (Altitudes of 2000 feet or less)
EQUIPMENT
PRESSURE
MBAR
INCH W.C.
MODEL
INPUT
(BTU)
GAS
TYPE
ORIFICE
MM
(INCH)
ORIFICE
PART NO.
QTY
D20G
50
NAT
LP
2.18(#44)
1.40(#54)
810-2050
810-2324
2
2
10
27.5
4
11
D50G
85
NAT
LP
2.08(#45)
1.32(#55)
14-0067-45
810-2441
4
4
10
27.5
4
11
D50G(HP)
120
NAT
LP
2.53(#39)
1.51(#53)
810-2048
810-2059
4
4
10
27.5
4
11
D50GDDHP
115
NAT
LP
2.44(#41)
1.51(#53)
14-0067-41
810-2059
4
4
10
27.5
4
11
D60G
112
NAT
LP
2.08(#45)
1.32(#55)
14-0067-45
810-2441
5
5
10
27.5
4
11
D60G(HP)
150
NAT
LP
2.53(#39)
1.51(#53)
810-2048
810-2059
5
5
10
27.5
4
11
D80G
122
NAT
LP
2.26(#43)
1.40(#54)
810-2049
810-2324
5
5
10
27.5
4
11
D80G(HP)
165
NAT
LP
2.58(#38)
1.61(#52)
810-2062
810-2063
5
5
10
27.5
4
11
MODEL
INPUT
(kW)
GAS
TYPE
ORIFICE
MM
(INCH)
ORIFICE
PART NO.
QTY/
COLOR
D20G
15,0
G20
G25
G31
2,40
2,40
1,51
810-2060
810-2060
810-2059
2/BLUE
2/BLUE
2/RED
10,0
15,0
27,0
4,0
6,0
10,8
D50G
30,0
G20
G25
G31
2,40
2,40
1,51
810-2060
810-2060
810-2059
4/BLUE
4/BLUE
4/RED
10,0
15,0
27,0
4,0
6,0
10,8
D60G
37,5
G20
G25
G31
2,40
2,40
1,51
810-2060
810-2060
810-2059
5/BLUE
5/BLUE
5/RED
10,0
15,0
27,0
4,0
6,0
10,8
D80G
37,5
G20
G25
G31
2,40
2,40
1,51
810-2060
810-2060
810-2059
5/BLUE
5/BLUE
5/RED
10,0
15,0
27,0
4,0
6,0
10,8
CE ONLY (Altitudes of 2000 feet or less)
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EQUIPMENT
PRESSURE
MBAR
INCH W.C.
DECATHLON SERIES GAS FRYERS
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1.1 Functional Description (cont.)
An electromechanical gas valve regulates gas flow to the manifold. Decathlon Series gas fryers are
equipped with either a 120V valve system or a 24V valve system. Unit configurations include either
a pilot ignition system (standing pilot) or an electronic ignition system.
Pilot System Configuration
The pilot system is comprised of the pilot orifice, pilot hood, and a thermopile. The pilot serves two
purposes: light the burner and heat the thermocouple (some systems incorporate a thermopile). In
operation, the thermocouple is in contact with the pilot flame and generates millivolts. The millivolt
output energizes the gas valve pilot coil, which in turn opens the pilot valve. If the pilot flame is
extinguished, the gas valve pilot coil loses voltage and the pilot valve closes. The main valve of the
gas valve will not open if the pilot valve is not open. The pilot flame must be manually lit when the
fryer is first placed into operation. A separate 120V circuit, activated by the fryer ON/OFF switch,
provides voltage through the Thermatron to the gas valve main coil, which opens the main valve.
Electronic Ignition Configuration
In units configured for electronic ignition, an ignition module connected to an ignitor assembly
replaces the pilot system. The ignition module performs three important functions: provide an
ignition spark, supply voltage to the gas valve, and proof the pilot flame.
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Electronic Ignition Configuration (cont.)
The module contains a 60-second time delay circuit and a coil that activates the gas valve. The
ignitor assembly consists of a spark plug, a pilot, and a flame sensor element.
At start-up the ON/OFF switch is placed in the ON position, supplying 12 VDC to the heat control
circuitry in the controller or computer and to one side of the heat relay coil on the interface board. If
resistance in the temperature probe indicates the temperature in the frypot is below 180°F (82°C),
the current flows through a melt cycle circuit where a timer switch alternately closes for 3 seconds
and opens for 24 seconds. If the temperature is 180°F (82°C) or above, the current flows through a
heat circuit, bypassing the timer switch. In either case, current is supplied to the other leg of the heat
relay coil which then closes an electronic switch in the 24 VAC circuit to provide current to the
ignition module. NOTE: The listed melt cycle times and exit temperature pertain to the Compu-Fry
computer only.
Circuitry in the ignition module sends 24 VAC current to the gas valve via a normally closed highlimit switch and a drain safety switch. Simultaneously, the module causes the ignitor to spark for up
to 60 seconds to light the pilot flame. A flame sensor verifies that the pilot is lit by measuring the
flow of microamps through the flame. If the pilot does not light (or is extinguished), current to the
ignition module is interrupted, preventing the main valve from opening, and the ignition module
"locks out" until the power switch is turned OFF, then back ON.
A temperature probe monitors the temperature in the frypot. When the programmed setpoint
temperature is reached, resistance in the probe causes the heat cycle circuitry in the controller to
interrupt current flow through the heat relay. This in turn interrupts the 24 VAC current to the
ignition module, resulting in closure of the gas valve.
NOTE: In September 2006, these modules were replaced with black Honeywell modules (Kit, 8262117). Operationally they are similar. The new modules have a 4.5 second delay before sparking
and lockout at 90 seconds. Unlike previous modules, microamp readings on the new black modules
will move up and down as the module pulses on and off and this is an indication that the module is
functioning.
When installing the new modules into an older unit with a Fast GO board, a resistor (provided in
module kit) is needed to adjust melt cycle to accommodate the 4.5 second delay.
Control Options
Decathlon Series gas fryers may be equipped with operating thermostat controls (optional backuponly; available with electronic thermostat or computer), Thermatron, or Compu-Fry computers.
In fryers equipped with Thermatron, the fryer is turned on and off by means of a rocker switch and
the temperature is set by adjusting a potentiometer. An interface board is located in the component
box (shield) behind the control panel (computer-equipped) or in a component box inside the cabinet
(Thermatron-equipped).
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Interface Boards
The interface board provides a link between the controller/computer and the fryer’s individual
components without requiring excessive wiring, and allows the controller to execute commands
from one central point. Two types of interface boards may be used in Decathlon Series gas fryers;
the type used depends on the fryer configuration.
In units configured for Thermatron, P/N 826-2086 (115/230V) is used; in units configured for
Compu-Fry computers, P/N 106-6710 is used.
IFB 826-2086 (115/230V): These boards are used in Decathlon fryers equipped with Thermatron
control systems.
THERMATRON P/N 826-2086
Thermatron systems incorporate a temperature probe, a potentiometer, and a temperature control
circuit board. This system is more accurate and reliable than a standard thermostat. The temperature
probe measures oil temperature via resistance (ohms); as oil temperature rises, resistance decreases.
The potentiometer sets the oil temperature via resistance (ohms). The temperature control circuit
board compares the resistance from the probe and potentiometer and cycles the burner on and off as
necessary.
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Interface Boards (cont.)
IFB 106-6669 & 106-6710: These interface boards are used in Decathlon fryers with Frymaster
computer control systems.
INTERFACE BOARD P/N 106-6669
INTERFACE BOARD P/N 106-6710
FREQUENTLY USED TEST POINTS FOR INTERFACE BOARD P/N 806-4549 (previous style)
Test
Meter Setting
Pins
Test Results
12VAC Power to Controller
50VAC Scale
1 and 3 on J3
12-18
24VAC Power to Right Module
50VAC Scale
8 on J3 and GROUND
22-28
24VAC Power to Left Module
50VAC Scale
8 on J1 and GROUND
22-28
12VDC Power to Right BL Relay
50VDC Scale
7 on J2 and 9 or 12 on J3
12-18
12VDC Power to Left BL Relay
50VDC Scale
9 on J2 and 9 or 12 on J1
12-18
24VAC Power to Right High-Limit
50VAC Scale
7 on J3 and GROUND
22-28
24VAC Power to Left High-Limit
50VAC Scale
7 on J1 and GROUND
22-28
120VAC Power*
250VAC Scale
11 on J3 and GROUND
110-125
120VAC Power To 120VAC Gas Valve*
250VAC Scale
10 on J3 and GROUND
110-125
Probe Resistance (Right)**
R x 1000 Ohms
2 on J3 and 4 on J3
***
Probe Resistance (Left)**
R x 1000 Ohms
2 on J1 and 4 on J1
***
* Where Applicable
** Disconnect 15-pin harness from controller before testing probe circuit.
*** See Probe Resistance Charts in this chapter.
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Interface Boards (cont.)
P/N 806-4549 INTERFACE BOARD (previous style)
LED DIAGNOSTIC LIGHTS
12V Indicates 12 VAC from transformer
24V Indicates 24 VAC from transformer
GV Indicates 24 VAC to gas valve
PWR Indicates 24 VAC to PWR via K1 (L) or K2 (R or F)
AIR Not Applicable to Decathlon Series Gas Fryers
The board contains two heat relays (K2 and K3), and two basket lift relays (K1 and K4). NOTE: On factory-original
units not equipped with basket lifts and on service interface boards, the board will have no basket lift relays installed.
INTERFACE BOARD
J2
12 VAC TO CPTR
GROUND
12 VAC RETURN
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
NOT USED
COMPUTER
RT ALARM OUT**
COMPUTER
LT ALARM OUT*
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
1
2
3
4
5
6
J3 PIN 3
GROUND
J3 PIN 1
RT HT RELAY (K3)
12 VDC TO RELAYS
LT HT RELAY (K2)
K4
7
8
NOT USED
11
12
13
14
15
*
K1
9
10
* Twin Vat configurations
** Single Vat configurations
ALR (RIGHT)
SOUND DEVICE
AD (LEFT)
J3 PIN 4
J1 PIN 2 & J3 PIN 2
J1 PIN 4
J1
NOT USED
TEMP PROBE
NOT USED
TEMP PROBE
NOT USED
NOT USED
MAIN GAS VALVE
via HLS
24 VAC IN
BASKET LIFT (DN)
NOT USED
AC COMMON
BASKET LIFT (UP)
MOD 25V GROUND
MOD V2D
MOD 25V TERM
DRAIN SWITCH (OPT)
NOT USED
NOT USED
1
2
3
4
5
6
J3
NOT USED
J2 PIN 3
J2 PIN 14
J2 PIN 14
NOT USED
J2 PIN 1
J2 PIN 15
J2 PIN 13
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
V2D
V1S OR V1D
PWR via K1
PWR via K2
7
8
K1
9
10
11
V2D
PWR
AD
AS
V2S
AC Hot to 120VAC GV
AC COMMON
AC COMMON
K1
K4
GROUND
GROUND
J1 PIN 7
J3 PIN 7
J1 PIN 8 via K1
J3 PIN 8 via K2
J2 PIN 12
J2 PIN 10
NOT USED
J3 PIN 7
12
GND
K4
NOT USED
1
12 VAC XFMR PIN 12
TEMP PROBE
2
12 VAC XFMR PIN 11
3
TEMP PROBE
4
NOT USED
5
NOT USED
6
7
8
MAIN GAS VALVE 24VAC
via HLS
24 VAC IN
BASKET LIFT (DN)
9
10
11
MAIN GAS VALVE 120VAC
via HLS
AC COMMON
12
GND
V1D
PWR
ALR
V1S
BASKET LIFT (UP)
MOD 25V GROUND
MOD V1D*
MOD 25V TERM
DRAIN SWITCH (OPT)
MOD V1S**
NOT USED
LEFT TWIN VAT
SINGLE OR RIGHT TWIN-VAT
CURRENT FLOW THROUGH INTERFACE
BOARD 806-4549 (previous style)
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Thermostats
Different types of thermostats are used in Decathlon Series gas fryers, depending on fryer
configuration.
Fryers equipped with an optional backup operating-thermostat and/or Thermatron use a dial to
adjust temperature. In this configuration, the probe resistance varies directly with the temperature.
As the temperature rises, resistance decreases at a rate of approximately 2 ohms for every 1°F
(approximately 3.7 ohms for every 1°C).
Fryers equipped with computer controls have a temperature probe. In this configuration, the probe
resistance varies directly with the temperature. As the temperature rises, resistance increases at a
rate of approximately 2 ohms for every 1°F (approximately 3.7 ohms for every 1°C). Circuitry in the
computer monitors the probe resistance and controls burner firing when the resistance exceeds or
falls below programmed temperatures (setpoints). The temperatures are programmed by means of a
keypad on the face of the computer.
All Decathlon Series gas fryers are equipped with a high-limit thermostat. In the event that the fryer
fails to control the oil temperature, the high-limit thermostat prevents the fryer from overheating to
flash point. The high-limit thermostat acts as a normally closed power switch that opens when
exposed to temperatures above 410°F/210°C (CE) to 450°F/232°C (non-CE). CE and non-CE highlimits are not interchangeable.
1.2 Accessing Fryers for Servicing
DANGER
Moving a fryer filled with cooking oil may cause spilling or splattering of the hot
liquid. Follow the draining instructions included with the fryer before attempting to
relocate a fryer for servicing.
1. Shut off the gas supply to the unit. Unplug the power cords. Remove any attached restraining
devices.
2. Disconnect the unit from the gas supply.
3. Relocate the fryer for service accessibility.
4. After servicing is complete, reconnect the unit to the gas supply, reattach restraining devices, and
plug in the electrical cords.
DANGER
No structural material on the fryer should be altered or removed to accommodate
placement of the fryer under a hood. Questions? Call the Frymaster Dean Service
Hotline at 1-800-551-8633.
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Restraints
Once the fryer has been positioned at the frying station, use a carpenter’s level placed across the top
of the frypot to verify that the unit is level, both side-to-side and front-to-back.
To level fryers equipped with legs, the bottom of the legs can be screwed out up to one inch for leveling.
Legs should also be adjusted so that the fryer(s) are at the proper height in the frying station.
For fryers equipped with casters, there are no built-in leveling devices. The floor where the fryers
are installed must be level.
When the fryer is leveled in its final position, install the restraints provided with the unit to limit its
movement so that it does not depend on or transmit stress to the electrical conduit or connection.
Install the restraints in accordance with the provided instructions (see illustration below). If the
restraints are disconnected for service or other reasons, they must be reconnected before the fryer is
used.
DANGER
Adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of this appliance without
depending on or transmitting stress to electrical conduits or gas supply line. A
restraint kit is provided with the fryer. If the restraint kit is missing contact your
local Frymaster Factory Authorized Service Center (FASC) for part number 826-0900.
NOTE: If you need to relocate a fryer installed with legs, remove all weight from each leg
before moving. If a leg becomes damaged, contact your service agent for immediate repair or
replacement.
DANGER
Hot oil can cause severe burns. Avoid contact. Under all circumstances, oil must be
removed from the fryer before attempting to move it to avoid oil spills, falls, and
severe burns. This fryer may tip and cause personal injury if not secured in a
stationary position.
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1.3 Cleaning the Gas Valve Vent Tube (if applicable)
1. Set the fryer power switch and the gas valve to the OFF position.
2. Carefully unscrew the vent tube from the gas valve. NOTE: The vent tube may be straightened
for ease in removal.
3. Pass a piece of ordinary binding wire (.052 inch diameter) through the tube to remove any
obstruction. Remove the wire and blow through the tube to ensure it is clear.
4. Reinstall tube and bend so that the opening is pointing downward.
1.4 Adjusting Burner Manifold Gas Pressure
WARNING
This task should be performed by qualified service personnel only.
1. Ensure that the gas valve knob is in the OFF position.
2. Remove the pressure tap plug from the gas valve (see arrows in photos below for location).
Pilot Ignition Valve
(Line Voltage)
Non-CE Electronic
Ignition Valve
CE Pilot Ignition Valve
3. Insert the manometer fitting into the pressure tap hole.
4. Place the gas valve in the ON position then place the fryer power switch in the ON position.
When the burner lights and continues to burn, check the gas pressure reading against the table on
page 1-1.
5. To adjust burner gas pressure, remove the cap from the gas valve regulator and adjust to correct
pressure.
6. Place the fryer power switch and the gas valve in the OFF position. Remove the manometer
fitting from the pressure tap hole and reinstall the pressure tap plug.
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1.5 Adjusting the Pilot Flame
1.5.1 Main Pilot
1. Remove the cap from the pilot adjustment screw hole on the gas valve.
2. Using a small, flat-tipped screwdriver, turn the pilot adjusting screw counterclockwise to
increase length of flame or clockwise to decrease length of flame. Adjust to obtain a flame from
1 inch to 1½ inches long.
3. Reinstall the pilot adjustment screw cap.
1.5.2 Trailing Pilot
In older Decathlon units, the trailing pilot may need adjusting. Adjust the trailing pilot valve located
on the burner manifold until a flame from 1 inch to 1½ inches long is obtained. Current production
units do not have an adjustment.
1.6 Calibrating the Thermatron
(and Optional Backup Operating Thermostat)
1.6.1 Thermatron
1. Fill the frypot to the lower OIL-LEVEL line with cooking oil. If solid shortening is used, it must
be melted before starting the calibration procedure.
2. Ensure the fryer ON/OFF switch is in the OFF position and light the pilot.
3. Place the fryer ON/OFF switch in the ON position. Set the electronic thermostat dial to 325°F
(162°C).
4. Allow the oil to equalize at setpoint temperature. This is evident when the burners have cycled
on and off several times.
5. Insert a thermometer or pyrometer into the frypot within 3 inches of the probe bulb. Ensure the
tip of the thermometer/pyrometer does not touch the frypot burner-tube.
6. If the temperature on the thermometer is higher or lower than 325°F (162°C), the knob is out of
calibration.
7. Calibrate the knob by first loosening the setscrew and slowly turn the knob to match the
temperature reading of the thermometer. Tighten the setscrew, ensuring the knob does not move
on the shaft during tightening.
8. Allow burners to cycle on and off several times, then recheck oil temperature as described in
Step 5. If the thermostat dial temperature matches the thermometer temperature, the thermostat
is calibrated. If not, repeat Step 7.
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1.6.2 Backup Operating Thermostat (Optional)
1. Fill the frypot to the lower OIL-LEVEL line with oil. If solid shortening is used, it must be
melted before starting the calibration procedure.
2. Light the pilot.
3. Set the temperature control knob to 350°F/177°C.
4. Let the burners cycle on and off automatically three times in order for the cooking oil
temperature to become uniform. If necessary, stir to get all shortening in the bottom of the
frypot melted.
5. Insert a thermometer or pyrometer probe into the oil, with the end near the fryer temperaturesensing probe.
NOTE: The temperature-sensing probe is mounted on the frypot tube.
6. When the burner starts for the fourth time, the thermometer/pyrometer reading should be within
the range 335-360°F (168-182°C). If it is not, calibrate as follows:
a.
Remove the thermostat knob by pulling straight out on the knob with a firm, steady pull.
The temperature adjusting screw is located in the middle of the thermostat shaft.
b.
Insert a small-bladed flat-tipped screwdriver into the adjusting screw. Turn the adjusting
screw in ¼-turn increments to adjust the temperature. Turning the screw clockwise
decreases the temperature; turning it counter-clockwise increases the temperature. DO NOT
allow the thermostat shaft to turn while turning the adjusting screw.
c.
Recheck the thermometer/pyrometer reading the next time the burner comes on.
d.
Repeat steps 6.b. through 6.c. until the thermometer/pyrometer reading remains within the
range 335-360°F (168-182°C) through several cycles. If calibration cannot be obtained for
any reason, call a Factory Authorized Service Center for service.
e.
Reinstall the thermostat knob.
7. Remove the thermometer or pyrometer.
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1.7 Replacing Fryer Components
1.7.1 Replacing the Computer
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical
supply.
2. Unscrew the two computer panel screws.
The computer panel is hinged at the bottom
and will swing open from the top.
Computer panel in “down” position.
3. Unplug the fryer wiring harness and ground
wire from the back of the computer.
Disconnect the 15-pin connector and ground
wire (arrows) from the computer.
4. Remove the computer by lifting it from the
hinge slots in the fryer control panel frame.
5. Reverse the procedure to install a new
computer.
Control panel frame with computer removed.
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1.7.2 Replacing the Backup Thermostat (if applicable)
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply.
2. Drain cooking oil from frypot.
3. Remove thermostat knob.
4. Disconnect the wiring plug(s) from the component shield/control box.
5. Disconnect leads from terminal block.
6. Remove screws securing the thermostat bracket to fryer.
7. Follow Steps 5-7 in Section 1.7.4, Replacing the High-limit Thermostat, to remove thermostat
from frypot.
8. Remove the defective thermostat from the thermostat bracket and replace with a known good
thermostat. Use care not to damage the probe bulb and lead on the new thermostat.
9. Reverse the above steps to install the replacement.
CAUTION
The backup operating thermostat must be calibrated after installation is complete.
Refer to Section 1.6.2 for calibration instructions.
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1.7.3 Replacing the Temperature Probe; Computer-equipped Fryers
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply.
2. Drain cooking oil from the frypot. Allow the
frypot to cool completely before proceeding.
3. Remove the fryer door for easier access to
the temperature probe. D models: Lift door up,
disengage rod from lower door bracket, and
remove door. CFD/SCFD/FPD models:
Remove the top bracket and hinge, then
remove door.
4. Disconnect the probe harness connector
(arrow). Use a pin pusher to remove plug from
probe wires (probe side only). Retain the plug
for re-assembly on new probe.
5. a. 1.5” drains: Remove drain extension from
elbow on drain valve.
Set aside for
reassembly. Drain extensions will vary in
shape and size according to fryer model.
b. 3” drains:
-
Remove the nuts holding the drain valve
straps onto the drain tube studs.
-
Disconnect the Teflon tube at the back of
the T-shaped center tube piece.
-
Disconnect any other
attached to the tubes.
-
Carefully remove the tubes by pulling
down at an angle, straight out of the drain
valves.
-
Set aside for reassembly.
Disconnect the two-pin probe harness connector
(arrow). On units with 1.5” drains, remove the drain
extension from the elbow on the drain valve.
components
NOTE: Dean fryers may be equipped with either 1.5”
or 3” drains. Follow the instructions appropriate for
the drain type used.
On units with 3” drains, remove the nuts, Teflon tube
(not pictured), clamp, boot, and drain tubes. (Step 5.B)
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1.7.3 Replacing the Temperature Probe; Computer-equipped Fryers (cont.)
6. Remove the appropriate burners to gain
access to the temperature probe. (See Steps
20-22 on page 1-27 for more details.)
NOTE: Ensure that the burners are placed in their
original spots when putting them back into the
fryer. (See page 1-28.)
Remove burners to gain access to temperature
probe.
7. Loosen and unscrew the compression nut
and the pass-through nut completely from
the frypot. Proceed to the next step before
removing the probe from the frypot.
8. Remove temperature probe mounting
hardware. Some older pots may use a
spring-bracket combination. Newer pots use
mounting clips. Retain mounting hardware
for installation of new temperature probe.
Loosen and unscrew completely the compression
nut (bottom arrow), then the pass-through nut (top
arrow).
Older pots have spring-bracket combinations.
Newer pots have mounting clips.
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1.7.3 Replacing the Temperature Probe; Computer-equipped Fryers (cont.)
9. The temperature probe can be removed
through the bottom of the frypot as follows:
Ensure the two-pin connector has been
removed from the probe wiring harness (step
4, above). Remove the harness insulation.
The probe can be pulled through the frypot
from the bottom (complete step 7, above,
prior to removing probe).
10. Carefully remove the probe from the frypot. As
the probe is removed, tilt the probe at an angle
to facilitate removal (curved probes only).
IMPORTANT: When installing new probe,
ensure probe is positioned properly with the
mounting hardware installed prior to tightening the
compression nut. Once tightened, the probe
cannot be repositioned.
First remove the mounting clips holding the probe
in place.
Retain mounting hardware for
installation of new probe.
Installing the New Temperature Probe:
1. Feed the probe wire through the probe nipple from the top side of the frypot.
2. Loosely install the bladder nut.
3. Mount the probe into the mounting hardware.
4. Tighten the bladder nut.
5. Install the insulation and plug.
1.7.4 Replacing the High-limit Thermostat
1. Turn fryer off and drain oil from the frypot.
proceeding.
Allow the frypot to cool completely before
2. Perform steps 1-4 in Section 1.7.1, Replacing the Computer.
3. Remove the fryer door for easier access to the temperature probe. D models: Lift door up, disengage
rod from lower door bracket, and remove door. CFD/SCFD/FPD models: Remove the top bracket
and hinge, then remove door.
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1.7.4 Replacing the High-limit Thermostat (cont.)
4. Remove two screws securing the high-limit
mounting-bracket. Do not disconnect wires from
high-limit at this time.
Remove screws (arrows) securing high-limit to fryer.
5. Loosen and completely unscrew the compression
nut, then the pass-through nut on the frypot bottom.
Proceed to the next step before removing high-limit
from frypot.
6. Remove high-limit mounting hardware. Older pots
may use a spring-bracket combination. Newer pots
will use mounting clips. Retain mounting hardware for Compression nut unscrewed. Unscrew the
pass-through nut (arrow)
installation of new high-limit.
Older pots use spring-bracket combination.
Newer pots have mounting clips.
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1.7.4 Replacing the High-limit Thermostat (cont.)
7. Carefully pull high-limit capillary tube and bulb out
of the frypot from the bottom.
Remove high-limit capillary tube and bulb
from the bottom of the frypot.
8. Mark and disconnect wires at the high-limit in the
component box.
Mark and disconnect high-limit wiring
(arrows). Reconnect wires to the same
terminals on the replacement high-limit.
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1.7.4 Replacing the High-limit Thermostat (cont.)
9. Remove high-limit from fryer by pulling the
capillary tube and bulb through the component box
opening (arrow). This may require removal of the
control panel frame.
10. Reverse the above steps for high-limit installation.
IMPORTANT: When installing new high-limit or
backup thermostat, ensure the capillary tube and bulb Component box opening (arrow).
are positioned properly with the mounting hardware
installed prior to tightening the compression nut. Once
tightened, the capillary tube cannot be repositioned.
1.7.5 Replacing Rocker Switches
1. Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply.
2. If the switches are located on front panel, remove the screws securing panel to fryer. Do not
allow the panel to hang on the switch wiring harness; use some type of support. (Figure A) If
the switches are located in a control box within the fryer, remove the screws securing the
switch panel to the control box. Do not allow the switch panel to hang from the switch wiring
harness. (Figure B)
Remove screws.
Switch Guard
Remove the screws holding the plate in place, then
depress the clips on each end to remove the switch.
Pass the wires through the switch guard
(if applicable) before connecting to switch.
FIGURE B
FIGURE A
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1.7.5 Replacing Rocker Switches (cont.)
3. Depress the retaining clips (see illustration below) and push the switch out of the slot. If there is
a switch-guard present, retain it for installation of the replacement switch.
Depress clips on each
side to remove switch
from control panel.
4. Remove wires one at a time from the switch being removed and connect to the replacement
switch until all wires are transferred.
5. Reverse the above steps for reassembly.
1.7.6 Replacing the Gas Valve
DANGER
Drain the frypot or remove the handle from the drain valve before proceeding further.
1. Disconnect fryer from electrical and gas supplies.
2. Disconnect the wires from the gas valve terminal block, marking each wire to facilitate
reconnections. For 120VAC gas valves, disconnect the black wire from the high-limit, then
remove the bobtail connecting the white wire.
3. Remove the high-limit thermostat wire from the gas valve pilot coil (all but 120 VAC valves).
4. Remove the pilot gas line fitting from the gas valve.
5. Remove the pipe union collars to the left and right of the gas valve and remove the valve.
6. Remove the pipefitting from the old gas valve and install on the replacement valve, using Loctite
PST567 or equivalent pipe thread sealant on threads. Do not apply sealant to the first two pipe
threads. Doing so will clog and damage the gas valve.
7. Reverse steps 1-5 to install the replacement gas valve.
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1.7.7 Replacing the Pilot Assembly
1. Remove the pilot tubing from the bottom of the pilot assembly.
2. If the pilot is an electronic ignition pilot, disconnect the ignition cable and the sense wire.
3. Remove the two pilot mounting screws from the pilot mounting bracket and remove the pilot.
4. Reverse the procedure to replace the pilot assembly.
NOTE: The above procedure is applicable to standing pilot, electronic ignition, and
trailing pilot assemblies.
1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot
1. Open fryer doors and remove filter pan (if applicable). Ensure computer and all power switches
are off. Drain and dispose of or store oil from all frypots prior to moving fryer.
DANGER
Hot cooking oil will cause severe burns. Never attempt to move this appliance when
filled with hot cooking oil or to transfer hot cooking oil from one container to
another.
2. Turn gas valve off, then turn gas off at supply valve or meter. Disconnect supply line from gas
manifold at rear of fryer.
NOTE: If restraints are installed on the fryer, disconnect restraints prior to disconnecting
the gas supply line.
3. Unplug fryer from electrical supply source.
4. Remove the fryer door for easier access to the temperature probe. D models: Lift door up,
disengage rod from lower door bracket, and remove door. CFD/SCFD/FPD models: Remove
the top bracket and hinge, then remove door.
5. Remove basket hanger from flue cap by lifting up
and off of fryer. Some units may have a built-in
flue deflector on the basket hanger. Units with
basket lifts will require the removal of the lift arms
prior to removing the basket hanger.
Removing the flue cap.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
6. Carefully pry the capping strip off with a screwdriver
or similar tool and set aside. Be careful not to bend
the capping strip during removal.
Removing capping strip.
7. Locate all screws securing back panels. Screw location and orientation will vary according to
fryer model.
Typical screw locations on the back
8. Remove back panels on fryer. Retain screws for reassembly.
9. Remove screw securing brace (and back panel) to flue
cap. Support brace with hand while removing screw
to prevent brace from falling away. Remove brace
and set aside for reassembly.
Removing brace holding back panel to flue cap.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
10. Remove screws securing flue-cap braces to frypot
(a nut-driver with an extension or long
screwdriver is required). Use care not to drop the
screws into the flues. If this happens, the screws
can be retrieved when the flue is removed (Step
16). Use a screwdriver or similar tool to free flue
cap from frypots. Remove flue cap by lifting up
and off of fryer.
Removing flue cap.
11. Remove gas manifold pipe for access to gas
manifold shield by disconnecting at the unions.
Ensure gas supply is shut off and supply line is
disconnected prior to removing. Set gas manifold
aside. Remove screws securing gas manifold
shield. Remove shield to access oil-return
plumbing components connected to the frypots.
NOTE: For units without built-in filtration
skip the steps pertaining to removal and
replacement of oil-return plumbing.
Removing gas manifold shield.
12. Remove cotter-pin from oil-return actuator rod.
Observe washer placement prior to removing rod
from the valve actuator (arrows). Disconnect
actuator rod and remove washers. Set washers
aside for later re-assembly.
Disconnecting oil-return linkage from valve.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
13. Remove steel line from oil-return valve and
nipple by loosening flare fittings on both ends.
Hold backup with an adjustable wrench when
removing fittings.
(Prior to removal, absorbent cloth or paper
towels should be placed under the oil line to
catch any oil remaining in the lines.)
Holding backup while unscrewing flare nut on
oil-return line.
14. Unscrew both flare fittings completely prior to
line removal. Remove oil-return line and set
aside (see Step 15 if line does not disengage
easily).
Remove oil-return line after disconnecting flare
nuts.
15. Turning the oil-return valve slightly outward
with a pipe wrench or similar tool will
facilitate return-line removal.
16. Remove four bolts securing flue to the frypot
being removed. Remove the flue by sliding
back and away until clear of frypot. Retrieve
any screws dropped into the flue during
removal of the flue cap and frypot bracket.
17. Remove oil-return valve from frypot (see Step
15, above, for more information). Turn the
valve assembly counter-clockwise to remove.
If nipple remains in frypot, remove it also. Set
aside for reassembly. (Skip to 19B if unit has
3” round drains.)
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Turn the oil-return valve slightly outward to
facilitate removal of the oil-return line.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
18. If fryer is equipped with a front drain manifold,
disconnect manifold at slip-nut fitting and
remove.
On front drain manifolds, disconnect the slip-nut
fitting (arrow) to remove.
19. a. 1.5” drains:
-
Remove drain extension from elbow on
drain valve. Drain extensions will vary in
shape and size according to fryer model.
-
Set aside for reassembly.
b. 3” drains: Only tubes directly blocking the
frypot being replaced need to be removed.
-
Remove the nuts holding the drain valve
straps onto the drain tube studs.
-
Disconnect the Teflon tube at the back of
the center dump tube piece.
-
Disconnect any other components attached
to the tubes.
-
Remove the clamps and rubber boots
holding the drain sections together by
loosening the nuts on each clamp.
-
Carefully remove the tubes by pulling
down at an angle, straight out of the drain
valves.
-
Set aside for reassembly.
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Removing 1.5” drain extension. (Step 19.A)
Removing 3” drain tubes. (Step 19.B)
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
20. Remove the burner shield. Loosen burner
bolts (two per burner) that secure burners to the
burner support rail.
NOTE: On most fryers, do not remove bolts
from burners. Some fryers have an additional
bracket that warrants removal of the burner
bolts.
Loosening burner bolts prior to burner removal.
21. Lift each burner upward to clear the orifice,
and slant the top of the burner inward to clear
the burner-brace keyholes.
NOTE: On older Decathlon fryers, the rightcenter and center burners cannot be removed
until the trailing pilot assembly is removed
(explained in Step 22).
Removing burners from fryer.
22. On Decathlon fryers with a burner-mounted
trailing pilot, loosen the bolts securing the pilot
assembly to the burners and remove.
NOTE: Current production units do not
require removal of trailing pilot when
removing burners.
Old-style trailing pilot bracket is mounted on burners.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
Each burner is unique in the flame-transfer-hole configuration and must be reinstalled correctly:
Left burners (L): Flame transfer hole is on the right side of the burner head.
Center burners (C): Flame transfer hole is on both sides of the burner head.
Right burners (R): Flame transfer hole is on the left side of the burner head.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
23. Remove screw(s) securing the electronic or
standing pilot bracket to the frypot bracket.
Reposition ignitor assembly down and away
from frypot. Use care not to bend, kink, or
damage the electronic ignition lines and wiring.
NOTE: Remove the trailing pilot assembly on
current production models as follows:
a. Disconnect the pilot supply line from the
trailing pilot valve on the burner manifold.
Removing electronic/standing pilot assembly.
b. Remove the mounting screw(s) as described
in Step 23, then remove trailing pilot.
24. Remove cotter pin from drain valve linkage,
and disconnect actuator rod from drain valve
actuator. (Not applicable on 3” drain models.)
25. Remove elbow (tee-fitting on fryers equipped
with front manifold) and nipple from the drain
valve. (Not applicable on 3” drain models.)
Remove cotter pin (arrow), then disconnect the
actuator rod.
26. If ball-retainer nut breaks loose and unscrews
from the valve, remove it from the elbow
nipple and re-install in valve. Use care not to
damage the brass threads when removing from
elbow nipple, or when re-installing into drain
valve.
Ball retainer nut (arrow) on drain valve.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
27. Remove the temperature probe from frypot. (See Section 1.7.3, Replacing the Temperature
Probe: Computer –equipped Fryers, for specific instructions.)
28. Remove the high-limit and backup thermostats. Follow Steps 5-7, Section 1.7.4, Replacing
the High-limit Thermostat, and Section 1.7.2, Replacing Backup Thermostat, (where
applicable) from frypot.
29. If the fryer is equipped with
drain-valve microswitches,
mark
the
wires
and
microswitch terminals, then
disconnect wires from the
switch. Secure the wires to
prevent damage when frypot
is removed.
Left: Microswitch wires marked for removal (ensure microswitch
terminals are marked the same as the wires removed). Right:
Microswitch mounted to drain valve.
30. Remove bolts from brackets securing burner manifold to frypot. Leave the manifold in
place.
Removing bolts (arrows) from burner manifold
support brackets (both sides). Leave the burner
manifold in place after removing bolts.
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1.7.8 Replacing the Frypot (cont.)
31. Using a sharp knife or box-cutter, cut the
silicon seal between and in front of the
two frypots (two-vat or more). Use care
not to scratch stainless steel surfaces.
Cutting frypot seal prior to frypot removal.
32. Remove frypot from fryer by lifting up
and out.
33. Position the frypot upside down on a
suitable work surface.
Lifting frypot from fryer.
34. Record position of the valve stem in relation
to the frypot prior to removing the drain
valve. If equipped, remove microswitches
and mounting hardware from valve prior to
removal. Using a suitable wrench, remove
the drain valve from the frypot. Use Loctite
PST567 sealant when installing drain valve
on replacement frypot.
35. Reverse the above steps to install the
replacement frypot.
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Removing drain valve from frypot.
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1.8 Troubleshooting and Problem Isolation
Because it is not feasible to include every issue that might occur, this section is intended to provide
technicians with a general knowledge of the broad problem categories associated with this
equipment and the probable causes of each. With this knowledge, the technician should be able to
isolate and correct any problem encountered.
You are likely to encounter problems in these broad categories:
1.
2.
3.
4.
ignition failure,
improper temperature control,
improper filtration function,
basket lift malfunction.
5. improper burner function,
6. improper computer function,
7. frypot leakage, and
The probable causes of each category are discussed in the following sections. Troubleshooting
guides are included in Section 1.9 to assist in identifying some of the more common problems.
1.8.1 Ignition Failure
Ignition failure occurs when the ignition module fails to sense a flame within the 60-second time
delay period and locks out. Turn the fryer off, locate and fix the problem, then turn fryer back on to
clear the module lock.
There are three primary reasons for ignition failure, listed in order of probability:
1. The gas and electrical power supplies,
2. The electronic circuits, or
3. The gas valve.
The Gas and Electrical Power Supplies
The main indicators that the gas or electrical power supply is the cause of ignition failure are as
follows: an entire battery of fryers fails to light, and/or there are no indicator lights illuminated on
the fryer experiencing ignition failure. Verify that the quick disconnect hose is properly connected,
the fryer is plugged in, the main gas supply valve is open, and the circuit breaker for the fryer
electrical supply is not tripped.
The Electronic Circuits
If gas and electrical power are supplied to the fryer, the next most likely cause of ignition failure is a
problem in the 24 VAC circuit of fryers equipped with electronic ignition systems, or in the pilot
system for those without electronic ignition. If the fryer is equipped with a SUFF/UFF filtration
system, verify that the drain valve is fully closed. (The valve is equipped with a microswitch that
must be closed for power to reach the gas valve. The valve handle can appear to be closed when the
microswitch is open.) If the valve is fully closed, or the fryer does not have a filtration system, refer
to the troubleshooting guides in this chapter.
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1.8.1 Ignition Failure (cont.)
The Gas Valve
If the problem is not in the 24 VAC circuit or pilot system, it is most likely in the gas valve. Before
replacing the gas valve, refer to the troubleshooting guides in this chapter.
1.8.2 Improper Burner Function
In these instances, the burner ignites but exhibits abnormal characteristics, such as popping,
incomplete lighting of the burner, fluctuating flame intensity, and flames “rolling” out of the fryer.
Popping indicates delayed ignition. In most cases, the main gas valve is opening, but the burner is
not immediately lighting. When ignition does take place, excess gas ignites rapidly rather than
smoothly.
The primary causes of popping are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
incorrect or fluctuating gas pressure,
misdirected or weak pilot flame,
clogged burner orifices,
clogged burner flame-transfer holes
clogged burners
inadequate make-up air,
7. heat damage to the controller or ignition module,
8. an out-of-adjustment ignitor or broken ignition wire,
9. a defective ignition module,
10. missing or misaligned burner deflector targets, or
11. clogged vent tube (causing incorrect gas pressure).
If popping occurs only during peak operating hours, the problem may be incorrect or fluctuating gas
pressure. Verify that the incoming gas pressure (pressure to the gas valve) is in accordance with the
appropriate CE or Non-CE requirements listed in the Installation and Operation manual that came
with the fryer, and that the pressure remains constant throughout all hours of usage. Refer to
Adjusting Burner Manifold Pressure in Section 1.4 if burner manifold pressure is suspected of being
incorrect.
If popping is consistent during all hours of operation, verify that the pilot is properly positioned
above the burner orifice and that the pilot pressure is correct. Correct pilot pressure is indicated by a
flame 1 to 1½" long. Also verify that ignitor is properly adjusted (electrode tip 1/8" from pilot hood
corner). Refer to Section 1.5 for pilot adjustment procedure.
Clogged burners, burner orifices, and burner flame transfer holes (see page 1-27 for reference) are
also likely causes of delayed ignition. Clogged burners are indicated by uneven flame or partial
flame on the burner face. Clogged orifices are indicated by no flame. Clogged burner flame transfer
holes prevent the outermost burners from lighting immediately with the middle burners (four- and
five-tube frypots).
Another cause of popping is an insufficient air supply or drafts that are blowing the pilot flame away
from the burner. Check for "negative pressure" conditions in the kitchen area. If air is flowing into
the kitchen area, this indicates that more air is being exhausted than is being replenished and the
burners may be starved for air.
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1.8.2 Improper Burner Function (cont.)
If the fryer’s gas and air supplies are okay, the problem most likely is with one of the electrical
components. Examine the ignition module for signs of melting, distortion, or discoloration due to
excessive heat build-up in the fryer. Also, examine the controller for the same conditions. This
condition usually indicates improper flue performance. A melted or distorted ignition module is
automatically suspect and should be replaced, but unless the condition causing excessive heat in the
fryer is corrected, the problem is likely to recur.
Next, ensure the ignition wire is tightly connected at both ends and examine it for obvious signs of
damage. Again, if damage is due to excessive heat in the fryer, that problem must also be corrected.
Check for proper operation by disconnecting the wire from the ignitor, inserting the tip of a
screwdriver into the terminal, and holding it near the frame of the fryer as the power switch is placed
in the "ON" position. A strong, blue spark should be generated for at least 60 seconds.
DANGER
MAKE SURE YOU ARE HOLDING THE INSULATED HANDLE OF THE SCREWDRIVER
AND NOT THE BLADE. THE SPARKING CHARGE IS APPROXIMATELY 25,000
VOLTS.
Ensure the gap setting of the ignitor is correct (electrode tip 1/8" from pilot hood corner).
1.8.2 Improper Burner Function (cont.)
Burners lighting on the left side only may be caused by a trailing pilot problem (four- and five-tube
frypots) or improper burner manifold pressure.
Fluctuating flame intensity is normally caused by either improper or fluctuating incoming gas
pressure, but may also be the result of variations in the kitchen atmosphere. Verify incoming gas
pressure in the same way as for "popping,” discussed in the preceding paragraphs. Variations in the
kitchen atmosphere are usually caused by air conditioning and/or ventilation systems starting and
stopping during the day. As air conditioning/ventilation systems start and stop, the pressure in the
kitchen may change from positive or neutral to negative, or vice versa. Changes in airflow patterns
may affect flame intensity.
Flames "rolling" out of the fryer are usually an indication of negative pressure in the kitchen. Air is
being sucked out of the fryer enclosure and the flames are literally following the air. If negative
pressure is not the cause, check for high burner-manifold gas pressure in accordance with the
procedures in Section 1.4. An obstructed flue, which prevents the fryer from properly exhausting,
may also be the cause.
Excessively noisy burners, especially with flames visible above the flue opening, may indicate that
the burner gas pressure is too high, the tube diffusers are defective or burned out, or it may simply be
that the gas valve vent-tube is blocked (if applicable). If the gas pressure is correct, the tube
diffusers are intact and in good condition, and the vent-tube is unobstructed (if applicable), the gas
valve regulator is probably defective.
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1.8.3 Improper Temperature Control
Temperature control, including the melt cycle, is a function of several interrelated components, each
of which must operate correctly. The principal component is the temperature probe. Depending
upon the specific configuration of the fryer, other components may include the interface board, the
computer/controller itself, and the ignition module. Improper temperature control problems can be
categorized into melt cycle problems and failure to control at setpoint.
In fryers equipped with a Thermatron/optional backup operating-thermostat, the problem will be
with the thermostats themselves. Possible causes are that the thermostats are out of calibration or
defective. Refer to Section 1.6 for instructions on calibrating the thermostats.
In fryers equipped with computers, the problem may be with the temperature probe, the interface
board, or the computer. Refer to the troubleshooting guides in this chapter.
1.8.4 Improper Computer Function
Sensitivity or "Stretch Time." Sensitivity—or stretch time—is a programmable feature that
increases the cook time countdown based on variations in the oil temperature from the setpoint (e.g.,
when cold product is dropped into the oil, causing the oil temperature to drop). The sensitivity for
each product button has 10 settings (0 through 9). A "0" sensitivity setting will disable the feature
(no change in cooking time), while a nine will provide the highest sensitivity or the most change.
The correct sensitivity for any product is based on the product type, its density, the setpoint
temperature, and the customer’s own requirements.
Common Computer Complaints. Most problems concerning computers have to do with
programming them. There are four common complaints. The complaints, their causes, and
corrective actions are as follows:
".
1. Fryer constantly displays "
Cause: Setpoint incorrect or missing.
1 6 5 0, enter the correct setpoint using keypad, then press
Corrective Action: Press
then this
to lock in the setpoint.
and
2. Temperature is displayed in Celsius.
Cause: Computer is programmed to display in Celsius.
1 6 5 8.
Corrective Action: Press
3. Temperature is constantly displayed.
Cause: Computer is programmed for constant temperature display.
1 6 5 L.
Corrective Action: Press
4. Computer times down too slowly or too quickly.
Cause: Computer is compensating for oil temperature via the sensitivity setting.
Corrective Action: Reprogram sensitivity setting for each product in accordance with
programming instructions in the Compu-Fry Operation and Programming manual, P/N 8195865.
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1.8.5 Improper Filtration Function
The majority of filtration problems arise from operator error. One of the most common errors is
placing the filter paper on the bottom of the filter pan rather than over the filter screen. Anytime the
pump is running, but no oil is being filtered, check the installation and size of the filter paper. Verify
that the O-ring on the slip-connection is in good condition. A missing or worn O-ring allows the
pump to suck air, decreasing its efficiency.
If the pump motor overheats, the thermal overload will trip and the motor will not start until it is
reset. If the pump motor does not start, press the red reset switch located on the rear of the motor.
Also, reset the filter circuit breaker located under the fryer control panel. If the pump then starts,
something caused the motor to overheat. The pump most likely overheated for one of the following
reasons:
•
Shortening was solidified in the pan or filter lines.
•
Multiple frypots were filtered one-after-another. Allow the pump to cool for 30 minutes before
using again.
•
The operator attempted to filter unheated oil. Cold oil is thick and will cause the pump motor to
work harder and overheat.
If the motor runs, but the pump does not, the pump is blocked. Incorrectly sized or installed paper
allows food particles and sediment to pass through the filter pan and into the pump. When sediment
enters the pump, the gears bind and cause the motor to overheat, tripping the thermal overload.
Solidified shortening in the pump will produce the same result. A pump seized by debris or hard
shortening must be disassembled, cleaned, and reassembled in the following manner:
1. Disconnect power to the filter system.
2. Remove the front cover of the pump to access the gears inside, if the pump is accessible while
still inside the cabinet. If the front cover is not accessible, the pump must be removed from the
pump motor (disconnect input/output plumbing from the pump prior to removing it). Remove
three setscrews to disengage the pump from the motor.
3. Prior to reassembly, the inside housing must be clean and free of any sediment or debris. If not,
the gears will bind again after reassembly.
NOTE:
The pump cover in
current production
units is held in place
by four (4) bolts.
Remove these bolts to
remove pump cover.
Remove debris or hardened
shortening to free gears.
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The pump cover in
older units may have
six (6) bolts.
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1.8.5 Improper Filtration Function (cont.)
Incorrectly sized or installed paper will allow food particles and sediment to pass through and clog
the suction tube on the bottom of the filter carriage. Particles large enough to block the suction tube
may indicate that the crumb tray is not being used.
Pan blockage can also occur if shortening is left in the pan and allowed to solidify. Heater strips (if
equipped) on the oil return plumbing are designed to prevent solidification of shortening left in the
plumbing. Heater strips will not melt or prevent solidification of shortening in the pan.
Remove blockage by forcing it out with an auger or drain snake. DO NOT use compressed air or
other pressurized gases to force out the blockage.
The SUFF/UFF filtration systems use microswitches attached to handles for each vat. They are
wired in parallel and provide the 24 VAC required to activate the pump relay coil when the handles
are moved to the ON position. The activated pump relay coil pulls the pump motor switch in,
supplying power to the pump motor.
Filter systems equipped with oil-return heaters are wired into the 120 VAC source, and remain
energized as long as the unit is plugged in.
1.8.6 Frypot Leakage
Frypot leaks are almost always due to improperly sealed high-limit, thermostats/temperature probe
and drain fittings. When installed or replaced, each of these components must be sealed with Loctite
PST567 sealant or equivalent to prevent leakage. In very rare cases, a leak may develop along one
of the welded edges of the frypot, or where the tube is welded to the frypot. When this occurs, the
frypot must be replaced.
If the sides or ends of the frypot are coated with oil, the most likely cause is spillage over the top of
the frypot rather than leakage.
Frypot locations (indicated by
arrows) where potential leaks could
occur.
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1.8.7 Improper Basket Lift Function
Bell-Crank Basket Lifts
Most Decathlon Series gas fryers are equipped with a bellcrank style basket lift. A cam and a bell crank are connected
to the basket lift arm by a flat metal link. The cam is attached
to a drive motor. The motor rotates the cam, raising or
lowering the lift arm linked to the bell crank. A rolleractivated microswitch is used to limit travel. When the roller
in the microswitch is in contact with the cam, the motor is
energized. As the cam rotates, the roller loses contact with
the cam and the motor power circuit is broken, de-energizing
the motor.
Timing circuitry in the controller initiates and stops
basket lift operation. When the product button is pressed,
the timing circuitry activates a coil in the basket lift relay
to supply power to the motor. The microswitch stops the
motor at the lift’s lower travel limit and the switch
contacts are reversed. At the end of the programmed
cooking time, the timing circuit activates the coil once
more and the lift rises until the microswitch again loses
contact with the cam, opening the motor power circuit and
stopping the motor.
Back view of bell-crank basket lift.
Problems with the bell-crank basket lift system can be
grouped into two categories:
•
binds and jams or
•
motor and gear wear.
Binds and jams. Noisy, jerky, or erratic lift movement is
usually due to lack of lubrication. Apply a light coat of
Lubriplate or similar lightweight white grease to the
connection points to correct the problem.
Bell-crank basket-lift arms.
Motor Problems. If power is reaching the motor but the
motor fails to run, the motor is burned out and must be
replaced.
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1.8.7 Improper Basket Lift Function
Modular Basket Lifts
Older Decathlon Series fryers may be equipped
with modular basket lifts. The modular
basket lift consists of a notched rod to which
the basket lift arm is attached, a reversibledrive gear motor, and a pair of roller-activated
microswitches. The gear motor engages the
notches in the rod, moving it up or down.
Microswitches at the upper and lower limits of
movement stop the motor when the basket is in
the full up or full down position. A manual
(push-button) controller or computer controls
voltage to the system.
A
BLACK
RED 1
BRW 1
BLACK
RED 2
BRW2
A
SECTION A - A
Problems with the modular basket lift system
can be grouped into three categories:
•
binds and jams;
•
motor and gear wear;
•
electronics failure.
MODULAR BASKET LIFT
Binds and jams. Noisy, jerky, or erratic movement of the lifts is usually due to lack of lubrication
of the rods and their bushings. Apply a light coat of Lubriplate or similar lightweight white grease
to the rod and bushings to correct the problem.
Another possible cause of binding is improper positioning of the motor, which prevents the gear
from correctly engaging the teeth in the rod. To correct the problem, loosen the screws that hold the
motor in place and move it forward or backward until the rod has just enough slack to be rotated
slightly.
Motor and gear wear. The most likely problem is erratic motion of the lift due to a worn drive
gear. Failure to keep the lift rod and bushings properly lubricated will cause unnecessary wear of the
gear. The problem is corrected by replacing the worn gear.
If the lift cycles correctly but fails to remain in the up position, the problem is a failed motor brake.
A failed motor brake cannot be repaired and requires replacement of the motor itself. If power is
reaching the motor but the motor fails to run, the motor is burned out and must be replaced.
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1.8.7 Improper Basket Lift Function (cont.)
Electronics failure. This category encompasses problems with the relays, microswitches,
capacitors, resistors, interface board, wiring, and controls.
Troubleshooting the electronics of the modular basket lift is simply a process of verifying current
flow through the components up to and including the motor. Using a multimeter set to the 250 VAC
range, check the connections on both sides of the component for the presence of 120 VAC. The
simplified wiring diagrams on the preceding pages identify the components and wiring connection
points.
1.9
Troubleshooting Guides
The following troubleshooting guides are intended to assist service technicians in quickly isolating
the probable causes of equipment malfunctions by following a logical, step-by-step process.
PROBABLE CAUSES
PROBLEM
Burner will not ignite. A. ON/OFF switch is off.
Light in ON/OFF switch
is not illuminated.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
A. Turn ON/OFF switch on.
ON/OFF switch is on, A. No voltage at switch.
but the switch light is not
illuminated.
A. Ensure line voltage is present at the
switch.
A. Drain microswitch circuit (filterequipped units) is open.
B.
ON/OFF switch is on and
the switch light is
illuminated, but there is
no output to gas valve. C.
A. Ensure drain valve is fully closed and
microswitch is functioning. Replace
microswitch if defective.
Voltage is present at ON/OFF switch, B. ON/OFF switch is defective. Replace
but continuity of the switch in ON
switch with a known working switch.
position is not "0.”
Continuity of thermostat is not "0"
C. Thermostat(s) is/are defective.
(oil temperature is at least 15°F below
Replace defective thermostat with a
electronic/ operating thermostat
known working thermostat.
setting).
D. Gas valve is suspect.
D. Go to "No burner flame" section.
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1.9
Troubleshooting Guides (cont.)
A. Pilot does not stay lit (fryer is on and A. Check high-limit switch. Switch
thermopile output is approximately
continuity should be "0." If not, high400 millivolts and/or thermocouple is
limit switch is defective. Replace
approximately 25 millivolts.
high-limit switch.
B. Pilot does not stay lit (fryer is on and B. Inspect thermocouple (units without
interface board) or thermopile (units
thermopile output is not
with interface board) and replace if
approximately 400 millivolts or
defective.
thermocouple output is not 25
millivolts.
C. Pilot stays lit, and the high-limit and
thermopile/thermocouple are known
working, but burners fail to light.
No burner flame.
C. Inspect gas valve and replace if
defective.
D. Gas valve is known to be good, but
D. Inspect electronic/operating
there is not 24 VAC (120VAC on
thermostat sensor (while still in
systems so equipped) at the gas valve
frypot) for damage. Replace if bent,
terminals.
dented, or cracked. Inspect leads for
fraying, burning, breaks, and/or kinks.
If found, remove and replace
thermostat(s). Remove leads from
terminal block, allow oil to cool 15°F
(8°C) below thermostat setting, and
check continuity. If continuity is not
"0,” then thermostat has failed.
Replace thermostat(s).
E. Continuity from terminal block to gas E. Inspect wiring for breaks or shorts and
valve electronic/operating thermostat
repair if necessary.
wire is not "0."
A. Incoming gas supply pressures are not A. Inspect gas supply to fryer. Repair
and/or replace faulty components
within range [Natural- 6-14" W.C.
(defective supply shut-off valves,
(1.49-3.49 kPa); Propane- 11-14"
incorrect piping size, etc.)
W.C. (2.74-3.49 kPa)]
Fluctuating or erratic
lighting of burner flame. B. Air in gas supply lines (new
installation).
B. Allow unit to cycle on and off for
approximately 30 minutes to force air
from gas manifold and lines.
Electronic/operating A. Electronic/operating thermostat is out A. Calibrate electronic/operating
thermostat will not adjust
of calibration.
thermostat. Replace if calibration is
to correct temperature.
not possible.
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1.10 Wiring Diagrams
Note: The diagrams in this section depict wiring as of the date of manual publication.
It may not reflect design changes made to the equipment after publication. Refer to
the wiring diagram affixed to the unit when actually troubleshooting this equipment.
Decathlon, Electronic Ignition, Current Configuration
(Right/left sides are the same after Oct. 2005.)
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Decathlon, Dual Vat
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Thermatron, 24V
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Thermatron, 120V
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Transformer Box
1-45
2
V2D
L
PW
R
J1
1-46
M
T
L-HEAT
LED 2
14
14
15
15
4
LEFT
TEMP
PROBE
A
6
6
RL-1
LINE
VOLTAGE
8
C
7
LED 1
L-GV
R1
NC
NO
2
ON/OFF
POWE
R
2
5
1
1
1
LED 6
12V
3
12V
3
3
C
ON/OFF
POWE
R
5
5
AIR
LED 3
24V
R-GV
LED 5
8
24V
7
R2
NC
NO
A
4
4
RL-3
13
13
14
14
10
F1
M
T
11
11
R-HEAT
LED 4
HEAT
2
4
RIGHT
TEMP
PROBE
J2
V1D
R
PW
R
J3
SD
Sound:
Terminal #1 - Loud
Terminal #2 - Medium
Terminal #3 - Low
Sound
Device
PWR RL1 RL3 PWR
V2D RL2 RL4 V1D
J3
To Terminal Tab on
Computer
J1
Interface
Board
RL1 = 12VDC 2PST
RL2 = 12VDC SPST (NOT USED)
RL3 = 12VDC 2PST
RL4 = 12VDC SPST (NOT USED)
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Decathlon Interface Board
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Dean Oil Return Wiring
1-47
BLK
WHT
TEMP.
SENSOR
M
LEFT
WHT
M
RIGHT
T1
T2
T3
T5
T4
T8
N.O.
N.C.
N.O.
N.C.
OPTIONAL B/L
C
C
WHT
BLK
RED
BLU
WHT
ORG
PUR
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
PUR
J1
FUSE
J BOX
GRN
HEAT TAPE - 25 WATT
WHT
BLK
RED
BLU
3
2
1
6
5
4
BLU
RED
SOUND:
TER #1 LOUD
TER #2 MED
TER #3 LOW
SOUND
DEVICE
J1
BRN
V1D
PWR
V2D
PWR
TO TERMINAL TAB
ON COMPUTER
J3
COMPUTER INTERFACE BOARD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 9 10 11 12
ORG
PUR
FUSE
24V
12V
WHT
BLK
PUR
ORG
WHT
YEL
N.O.
YEL
PUR
BLK
PUR
PUMP BYPASS
SWITCH
BLK
CB
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 9 10 11 12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 9 10 11 12
RED
24V
BLUE
BRN
WHT
HI TENSION
RED
WHT
RED
SENSOR
GAS
VALVE
IGNITER
IGNITION MODULE
PV
MV
MV/PV
CND
IGN
TR
SEN.
TH
ALTERNATE GAS SYSTEM
RED
LINE
J3
OPTIONAL
DRAIN
SWITCH
TRANSFORMER
LINE
TRANSFORMER
LINE
BLK
RED
C
N.C.
ORG
WHT
FOR CHANGE OF ROTATION INTERCHANGE
LEADS T5 AND T8 ON THE MOTOR
MOTOR
OPTIONAL FILTER
WHT
BLK
RED
NO
WHT
PUR
OIL RETURN
MICRO SWITCH
WHT
PUR
BRN
BRN
COM
WHT
HI-LIMIT
POWER CORD
GAS
VALVE
BLU
WHT
BLK
24V
LINE
HI TENSION
LEAD
GRN
TH-TR
TR
TH
GAS
VALVE
GND (BURNER)
PV
MV/PV
MV
SPARK
IGNITER
ALTERNATE IGNITION MODULE
ORG
BLK
WHT
WHT
SHOWN IN
OFF POSITION
THERMOCOUPLE
RED
ORG
GRN
1-48
BLUE
WHT
BRN
NC
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Single Decathlon with SUFF Filtration and Basket Lifts (PBI)
WHT
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Oil Return, Left-hand, Normally Open Float Switch
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805-1411
Basket Lift, with Timer
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CM4-S with Constant Pilot
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Chili’s Wiring Diagram
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Chili’s Wiring with SCF Filtration
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2.1 Decathlon Primary Components
24
22
30
36
26
1
6
25
10
11
21
9
7
8
4
32
5
2
16
20
15
35
3
Controllers, probes, and
related components are listed
in Optional Components and
Controllers, Section 2.3.
12
17
31
18
13
19
37
34
23
27
40
14
29
33
28
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Parts are labeled to indicate the appropriate fryer model (“D”, “SCFD”, “CFD”, or “FPD65”). If a part is not
labeled, it can be used on any of these models. Each section is labeled by size (e.g., D50) and parts are not
interchangeable between different sized fryers.
Some SCFD fryers use Common Cabinet configurations and these parts are labeled "SCFD C/C;" otherwise, use
"SCFD"-labeled parts when an "SCFD C/C" part is not indicated. To determine if the SCFD fryer utilizes Common
Cabinet configuration, examine the door handles. A curved flat metal handle (Item 38, Section 2.1.2) indicates Common
Cabinet configuration; a wireform handle (Item 37, Section 2.1.2) indicates a unit that does not have a Common Cabinet
configuration. If you have any questions, call the Frymaster and Dean 24-Hour Service Hotline, 1-800-551-8633.
2.1.1 Decathlon D20 Primary Components
ITEM
PART #
1
826-1875
2
810-2167
3
810-2050
*
810-2062
*
810-0710
*
810-2060
*
810-2059
4
810-2158
*
810-2526
*
809-0766
*
809-0845
*
810-0705
*
810-0703
5
200-1615
6
210-5216
7
►►►
8
810-2151
9
N/A
10
810-2150
11
200-1331
12
807-3552
*
807-3628
*
810-2156
*
810-2323
*
807-2091
*
807-2127
*
807-3294
*
807-3295
*
810-0691
13
200-1148
14
200-1675
15
211-3261
*
201-3268
16
212-3261
*
202-3268
17
824-1025
18
07-0132
*
07-0132-1
*
07-0132-2
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Frypot - S/S
Manifold, Gas
Orifice, Natural Gas #44, 2.18 mm
Orifice, Natural Gas #38, 2.58 mm
Orifice, LP Gas #54, 1.40 mm
Orifice, G20/G25 Gas #42, 2.40 mm (CE only)
Orifice, G31 Gas #53, 1.51 mm (CE only)
Pilot Burner, Natural/G20/25 Gas
Pilot Burner, LP/G31 Gas
Nut, Keps 10-32 SS Hex
Screw, 10-32 x 3⁄8" Hex Slotted Head
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply
Tube, 1⁄4" x 20" Pilot Gas Supply
Manifold Support Bracket
Diffuser Assembly
See Drain Manifold Components, Section 2.5
Burner, Left Side
Burner, Center
Burner, Right Side
Heat Shield
Gas Valve, Natural Gas Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, G20/G25 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Gas Valve, G31 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Gas Valve, Natural Gas Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Vent Tube
Channel, Front and Rear
Bracket, Lower Hinge
Side Panel, Left
Panel, Inner Left (multi-batteried units)
Side Panel, Right
Panel, Inner Right Side (multi-batteried units)
Wireway, Control Panel
Control Panel, Blank
Control Panel, One Hole
Control Panel, Two Holes
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2.1.1 Decathlon 20 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
19
►►►
20
824-1125
*
210-3323
21
106-1583SP
*
200-1342
*
200-1344
*
200-1351
*
200-3647
22
823-3368
23
106-2121SP
*
210-3266
*
200-3267
*
809-0918
*
809-0191
*
200-1301
*
810-0066
24
823-0271
25
803-0327
26
210-3368
*
210-3911
27
810-0356
*
810-2406
28
810-0357
*
810-2405
*
826-1389
29
813-0669
30
106-0913SP
31
210-2804
32
200-3285
*
200-1674
33
810-2411
*
806-3811
*
806-5043
34
823-3636
35
823-3346
36
823-3715
37
810-0180
38
N/A
39
N/A
40
N/A
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
See Optional Components, Section 2.3
Topcap (D50/D20)
Topcap (D220)
Flue Assembly
Shield, Flue Heat
Front, Flue Box
Rear, Flue Box
Deflector, Flue
Flue Cap
Door Assembly (D20)
Panel, Door Outer
Panel, Door Inner
Screw, 10-24 x 1⁄2" Slotted Head (use with 810-2105)
Washer, 1⁄4" Spring-lock (use with 810-2105)
Pin, Door, 20 ¼”
Magnetic Catch, Door
Basket, Twin
Grid, Frypot, Screen-type
Hanger, Basket, D20 Single System
Hanger, Basket, D250/20 System
Caster, Plate-mount 5-inch without Brake
Caster, Single Stud-mount 5-inch without Brake
Caster, Plate-mount 5-inch with Brake
Caster, Single Stud-mount 5-inch with Brake
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 3⁄4" Hex Head (for plate-mount casters, qty: 10)
Drain Nipple, Extended 1" Drain
Cordset, 10' Power
Cover, Outlet Duct
Panel, Structural Back (D20, in multi-batteried systems)
Panel, Structural Back (D220)
Leg, Single Bolt Mount (black)
Leg Package, 4-bolt Mount (4 per set)
Leg, Single
Leg Support Assembly
Bracket, Burner Mounting
Hanger, Basket D20 Single (Chili’s units only)
Handle, Door, Chrome
Handle, Door, Euro-look (SCFD C/C)
Door Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Brace, Front Horizontal, Single (SCFD C/C)
2.1.2 Decathlon D50 Primary Components
ITEM
PART #
1
826-1871
*
826-1873
*
826-1869
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Frypot - S/S (SCFD50, CFD50)
Frypot - S/S (D50)
Frypot - S/S, (DD50 Deep Depth, used in fryer batteries with D60)
2-3
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.2 Decathlon D50 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
*
826-2037
2
810-2169
*
810-2130
3
810-2048
*
810-2062
*
810-2059
4
810-2032
*
810-2155
*
106-1439
*
106-0692
*
809-0766
*
809-0845
*
810-0705
*
810-0703
5
200-1314
*
200-1615
6
210-5175
7
►►►
8
810-2151
9
810-2149
10
810-2150
11
200-1330
*
200-1363
12
807-3552
*
807-3628
*
810-2156
*
810-2323
*
807-3294
*
807-3295
*
807-2091
*
807-2127
*
810-0691
13
200-1148
*
220-0890
*
220-1433
*
220-1335
*
220-1372
*
220-1432
*
200-2783
*
824-1800
*
106-5901
*
106-5904
*
106-6329
14
200-1675
*
823-5346
*
823-5347
*
823-4894
*
823-4895
*
823-5136
*
823-5137
*
823-5348
*
823-5349
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Frypot, Cracker Barrel (1.5” Drain)
Manifold, Gas (D50)
Manifold, Gas (SCFD50)
Orifice, Natural Gas #39 2.53 mm (non-CE D50GHP, SCFD50G)
Orifice, Natural Gas #38, 2.58 mm
Orifice, LP/G31 Gas #53, 1.51 mm (CE, D50; non-CE, D50G(DD)HP & SCFD50G)
Pilot Burner, Natural/G20/25 Gas
Pilot Burner, LP/G31 Gas
Pilot Burner, Natural Gas, with Thermocouple
Pilot Burner, Natural Gas, with Thermopile
Nut, Keps 10-32 SS Hex
Screw, 10-32 x 3⁄8" Hex Slotted Head
Tube, 1⁄4" x 20" Pilot Gas Supply (one-piece gasline)
Tube, 1⁄4" x 171⁄2" Pilot Gas Supply (one-piece gasline)
Bracket, Manifold Support
Bracket, Manifold Support (right or left)
Diffuser Assembly
See Drain Manifold Components, Section 2.5
Burner, Left Side
Burner, Center
Burner, Right Side
Heat Shield
Lower Heat Shield
Gas Valve, Natural Gas Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, G20/G25 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Gas Valve, G31 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Vent Tube
Channel, Front and Rear
Channel, Front (SCFD350 C/C)
Channel, Front (SCFD350 C/C with matching cabinet)
Channel, Rear (SCFD250 C/C)
Channel, Rear (SCFD350 C/C)
Channel, Rear (SCFD350 C/C with matching cabinet)
Channel, Base (SCFD50)
Channel, Base (SCFD C/C)
Base, Cabinet (SCFD250 C/C)
Base, Cabinet (SCFD350 C/C)
Base, Cabinet (SCFD350 C/C with matching cabinet)
Lower Hinge Bracket (previous production D50)
Hinge, Lower Left (current production D50, SCFD50)
Hinge, Lower Right (current production D50, SCFD50)
Hinge, Lower Left (current production SCFD50 C/C)
Hinge, Lower Right (current production SCFD50 C/C)
Hinge, Upper Left (current production SCFD50 C/C)
Hinge, Upper Right (current production SCFD50 C/C)
Hinge, Upper Left (current production D50, SCFD50, SCFD250P C/C)
Hinge, Upper Right (current production D50, SCFD50, SCFD250P C/C)
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.2 Decathlon D50 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
15
*
16
*
17
18
*
*
*
*
19
20
*
PART #
211-2787
231-2060
212-2787SP
232-2060
824-0961
210-3716
210-2908
210-2051
210-3747
210-3715
►►►
824-1103
824-0982
106-5955
*
824-0983
*
106-5955
*
106-3333
*
824-0984
*
824-1125
21
106-1742SP
*
823-3634
*
200-2872
*
200-1343
*
200-1350
*
200-3651
22
823-3521
23
106-1754SP
*
210-2869
*
200-1379
*
106-4727
*
106-4728
*
210-8946
*
201-8945
*
202-8945
*
809-0918
*
809-0191
*
200-1301
*
210-9889
*
810-0066
*
810-1105
24
803-0271
*
803-0099
25
803-0277
26
210-1595
*
210-3131
27
810-0356
*
810-2281
*
810-2406
28
810-0357
*
810-2280
*
810-2405
*
826-1389
29
812-1226SP
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Side Panel, Left Side (SCFD50)
Side Panel, Left Side (SCFD50 C/C)
Side Panel, Right Side (SCFD50)
Side Panel, Right Side (SCFD50 C/C)
Wireway, Control Panel
Control Panel, Blank
Control Panel, One Hole
Control Panel, Two Holes
Control Panel, Three Holes
Control Panel, Three Holes (basket lift option)
See Optional Components, Section 2.3
Top Cap, Single System (D50, CFD50)
Top Cap, Double System (D50, SCFD50)
Top Cap, Double System (SCFD250 C/C)
Top Cap, Triple System (D50, SCFD50)
Top Cap, Triple System (SCFD350 C/C)
Top Cap, Triple System (SCFD350 C/C with extra matching cabinet)
Top Cap, Quad System (D50, SCFD50)
Top Cap (D50/D20)
Flue Box Assembly
Flue Cap Assembly (2-battery)
Shield, Flue Heat
Front, Flue Box
Rear, Flue Box
Deflector, Flue
Flue Cap, D50/CFD & 15MC (Single)
Door Assembly (D50)
Panel, Outer Door
Panel, Inner Door
Door Assembly, Left (SCFD50)
Door Assembly, Right (SCFD50)
Panel, Outer Door
Panel, Inner Door, Left
Panel, Inner Door, Right
Screw, 10-24 x 1⁄2" Slotted Head (use with 810-2105)
Washer, 1⁄4" Spring-lock (use with 810-2105)
Pin, Door, Long (D50)
Pin, Door (SCFD50)
Magnetic Catch, Door (D50)
Magnetic Catch, Door (SCFD50)
Basket, Twin
Basket, Full
Grid Assembly, Fine Mesh
Hanger, Basket, Single System, (attaches to flue)
Hanger, Basket, Double System (attaches to flue)
Caster, Plate-mount, 5-inch without Brake
Caster, Plate-mount, 5-inch with Brake (“Tile Safe” Cracker Barrel)
Caster, Single Stud-mount, 5-inch without Brake
Caster, Plate-mount, 5-inch with Brake
Caster, Adj. Swivel, 3-inch with Brake (“Tile Safe” Cracker Barrel)
Caster, Single Stud-mount, 5-inch with Brake
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 3⁄4" Hex Head (for plate-mount casters, qty: 10)
Drain Nipple, Extended 1¼” " Drain
2-5
DECATHLON SERIES GAS FRYERS
CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.2 Decathlon D50 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
*
812-1717
30
106-0913SP
31
210-2804
32
200-1674
33
810-2411
*
806-3811
34
823-3248
35
200-1329
36
823-4075
*
823-3710
37
810-0180
38
810-2077
39
106-7542
*
230-2256
*
220-2259
40
220-0891
*
220-0882
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Drain Nipple, Extended 1½” Drain
Cordset, 10' Power
Cover, Outlet Duct
Back Panel, Lower (D50/CFD50)
Leg, Single Bolt Mount (black)
Leg Package, 4 Bolt Mount (4 per set)
Leg Support Assembly
Burner Mounting Bracket
Hanger, Basket, Single with 6” Splash Guard
Hanger, Basket, Double System (UFF) With 6” Splash Guard
Handle, Chrome, Door (D50, SCFD50)
Handle, Euro-look, Door (SCFD C/C)
Door Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Panel, Door
Panel, Door Liner
Brace, Front Horizontal, Single (SCFD C/C)
Brace, Front Horizontal, Double (SCFD C/C)
2.1.3 Decathlon D60 Primary Components
ITEM
PART #
1
826-2229
*
826-1802
*
826-1826
*
812-1666
*
813-0036
*
210-1650
*
812-1501
2
810-2072
3
810-2048
*
810-2059
*
810-2060
4
810-2032
*
810-2155
*
812-1674
*
809-0766
*
809-0845
*
810-0705
*
810-0703
*
810-2138
5
200-1314
*
200-1615
6
210-8387
7
►►►
8
810-2151
9
810-2149
10
810-2150
11
200-1324
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Frypot - S/S, ½” Drain (D60, CFD60, SCFD60)
Frypot - S/S, 11⁄4" Drain Non-Filtration
Frypot - S/S, Cascade Filter
Coupling, Thermostat Entry
Collar, Thermostat
Deflector, Oil Return
Nipple, 11⁄2" NPT x 1 NPT
Gas Manifold (weld assembly)
Orifice, Natural Gas #39 2.53 mm (non-CE)
Orifice, LP Gas #53 1.51 mm (CE and non-CE)
Orifice, Nat. Gas/G20/G25 (CE only)
Pilot Burner, Natural/G20/25 Gas (primary and trailing, 120V)
Pilot Burner, LP/G31 Gas (primary and trailing)
Pilot Burner, Mod. Natural Gas (electronic ignition)
Nut, Keps 10-32 SS Hex (primary and trailing)
Screw, 10-32 x 3⁄8" Hex Slotted Head (primary and trailing)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 23" (one-piece gasline)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 171⁄2" (one-piece gasline)
Valve, Trailing Pilot, Adjustable (trailing pilot only)
Bracket, Manifold Support
Bracket, Manifold Support (right or left)
Diffuser Assembly
See Drain Manifold Components, Section 2.5
Burner, Left Side
Burner, Center
Burner, Right Side
Heat Shield, Lower (D60)
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.3 Decathlon D60 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
*
200-1363
*
824-0970
*
812-0211
*
824-0969
12
807-3552
*
807-3628
*
807-3294
*
807-3295
*
810-2156
*
810-2323
*
807-2091
*
807-2127
*
810-0691
*
823-3347
13
200-2493
*
200-3219
*
200-1198
*
200-1463
*
200-1393
14
200-1675
*
823-5346
*
823-5347
*
823-5348
*
823-5349
15
211-2532
16
212-2532
*
211-4570
*
212-4570
*
201-4775
*
202-4775
*
201-1245
*
202-1245
17
824-0951
*
824-1195
18
►►►
19
►►►
20
824-0987
*
824-0937
*
106-1258
*
809-0997
*
809-0169
*
809-0428
*
809-0417
21
106-0997
*
200-1339
*
200-1773
*
200-1325
*
809-0167
*
200-3649
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Heat Shield, Lower (SCFD60)
Heat Shield, Vessel (SCFD60)
Insulation, Kaowool Blanket, .5” x 7.5” x 17.5”
Support, Burner
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC (¾” in, ½” out)
Gas Valve, LP Gas, Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, G20/G25 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Gas Valve, G31 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Vent Tube
Frame, Slide Base (SCFD60)
Channel, Rear and Front (D60)
Channel, Rear and Front (SCFD60)
Channel, Base (Single)
Channel, Base (Double)
Channel, Lower Joiner (SCFD60)
Lower Hinge Bracket (previous production D60)
Hinge, Lower Left (current production D60, SCFD60)
Hinge, Lower Right (current production D60, SCFD60)
Hinge, Upper Left (current production D60, SCFD60)
Hinge, Upper Right (current production D60, SCFD60)
Side Panel, Left Side (unit exterior; D60)
Side Panel, Right Side (unit exterior; D60)
Side Panel, Left Side (unit exterior; SCFD60)
Side Panel, Right Side (unit exterior; SCFD60)
Side Panel, Left Side with Hole (unit interior)
Side Panel, Right Side with Hole (unit interior)
Panel, Inner Left (divider located over filter unit)
Panel, Inner Right (divider located over filter unit)
Wireway, Control Panel (D60)
Wireway, Control Panel (SCFD60)
See Control Panel Options, Joiner Strips, and Accessories, Section 2.2
See Optional Components, Section 2.3
Top Cap (Single)
Top Cap (2-battery)
Flue Assembly
Washer, 1⁄2 SAE “N” S/S
Screw, #12 x 3⁄4" Hex Washer Slotted Head
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 1⁄2” Hex Head
Nut, Flange 1⁄4-20 Serrated
Flue Box Assembly
Front, Flue Box
Back, Flue Box
Shield, Flue Box
Screw, Sheet Metal 10 A x 5⁄8 B
Deflector, Flue
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.3 Decathlon D60 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
22
*
23
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
24
25
*
26
*
*
*
27
*
28
*
*
29
*
30
31
32
*
33
*
34
35
36
*
*
37
38
39
40
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
PART #
106-1703SP
823-3516
106-2898SP
200-1185
210-1424
106-4721
200-4794
211-8935
106-4722
200-4794
212-8935
809-0918
809-0191
200-1301
210-9889
810-0066
810-1105
803-0304
803-0149
810-2235
210-2737SP
823-3349
823-4780
823-4999
810-0356
810-2406
810-0357
810-2405
826-1389
812-1226SP
812-1717SP
106-0913SP
210-2804
200-1327
200-1213
810-2411
806-3811
823-3248
200-2065
823-4999
810-2793
823-4780
810-0180
N/A
N/A
N/A
200-2308
201-1182
202-1182
200-1611
210-2804
200-2713
210-1180
COMPONENT
Flue Cap (Single)
Flue Cap (2-battery)
Door Assembly, with Liner (D60)
Panel, Door, Inner
Panel, Door, Outer
Door Assembly, Left (SCFD60)
Panel, Door, Inner
Panel, Door, Outer
Door Assembly, Right (SCFD60)
Panel, Door, Inner
Panel, Door, Outer
Screw, 10-24 x 1⁄2" Slotted Head (use with 810-2105)
Washer, 1⁄4" Spring-lock (use with 810-2105)
Pin, Door (D60)
Pin, Door (SCFD60)
Magnetic Catch/Plate, Door (D60)
Magnetic Catch/Plate, Door (SCFD60)
Fry Basket, 6 x 83⁄4" x 163⁄4"
Grid Assembly, Mesh
Grid Assembly, Rack
Basket Hanger, Single, no Splash Guard
Basket Hanger, Double, Tall
Basket Hanger, Chili’s Single System, 6” Splash Guard
Basket Hanger, Chili’s Double System, 6” Splash Guard
Caster, Plate-mount 5" without Brake
Caster, Single Stud-mount 5" without Brake
Caster, Plate-mount 5" with Brake
Caster, Single Stud Mount 5" with Brake
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 3⁄4" Hex Head (for plate-mount casters, qty: 10)
Drain Nipple, Extended, 1 ¼”
Drain Nipple, Extended, 1 ½”
Cordset, 10’ Power
Cover, Outlet Duct
Back Panel, Lower
Back Panel, Upper
Leg, Single Bolt Mount (black)
Leg Package, 4 Bolt Mount (4 per set)
Leg Support Assembly
Bracket, Burner Mounting
Hanger, Basket, Double
Hanger, Basket, Single, Wire
Hanger, Basket, Chili's
Handle, Door, Chrome
Handle, Door, Euro-look (SCFD C/C)
Door Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Brace, Front Horizontal, Single (SCFD C/C)
Post, Door (SCFD60)
Gusset, Side Panel Left (SCFD60)
Gusset, Side Panel Right (SCFD60)
Base (SCFD60)
Duct, Door Access (SCFD60)
Plate, Suction Manifold (SCFD60)
Insert, Suction Manifold (SCFD60)
* Not illustrated.
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.4 Decathlon FPD65 Primary Components
ITEM
PART #
1
823-3948SP
*
812-1666
*
813-0036
*
210-1650
*
812-1501
2
810-2072
3
810-2048
*
810-2059
*
810-2497
*
810-0710
*
810-2050
*
810-2060
4
810-2032
*
810-2155
*
812-1674
*
809-0766
*
809-0845
*
810-0705
*
810-0703
*
810-2138
5
200-1314
*
200-1615
6
210-5177
7
►►►
8
810-2151
9
810-2149
10
810-2150
11
200-1363
*
824-0970
*
824-0969
12
807-3552
*
807-3628
*
807-3294
*
807-3295
*
810-2156
*
810-2323
*
807-2091
*
807-2127
*
810-0691
*
823-3347
13
200-3219
*
200-1198
*
200-1393
14
200-9886
*
823-5346
*
823-5347
*
823-5348
*
823-5349
15
211-4570
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Frypot - S/S
Coupling, Thermostat Entry
Collar, Thermostat
Deflector, Oil Return
Nipple, 11⁄2" NPT x 1 NPT
Gas Manifold (weld assembly)
Orifice, Natural Gas #39 2.53 mm (non-CE)
Orifice, LP Gas #53 1.51 mm (CE and non-CE)
Orifice, Butane Gas #55 1.32mm
Orifice, LP Gas #54 1.4mm
Orifice, Natural Gas #44 2.18mm
Orifice, Natural/G20/G25 Gas #42 (CE only)
Pilot Burner, Natural/G20/25 Gas (primary and trailing, 120V)
Pilot Burner, LP/G31 Gas (primary and trailing)
Pilot Burner, Mod. Natural Gas (electronic ignition)
Nut, Keps 10-32 SS Hex (primary and trailing)
Screw, 10-32 x 3⁄8" Hex Slotted Head (primary and trailing)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 23" (one-piece gasline)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 171⁄2" (one-piece gasline)
Valve, Trailing Pilot, Adjustable (trailing pilot only)
Bracket, Manifold Support
Bracket, Manifold Support (right or left)
Diffuser Assembly
See Drain Manifold Components, Section 2.5
Burner, Left Side
Burner, Center
Burner, Right Side
Heat Shield, Lower
Heat Shield, Vessel
Support, Burner
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, Constant Pilot, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, G20/G25 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Gas Valve, G31 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Vent Tube
Frame, Slide Base
Channel, Rear and Front
Channel, Base
Channel, Lower Joiner
Lower Hinge Bracket
Hinge, Lower Left
Hinge, Lower Right
Hinge, Upper Left
Hinge, Upper Right
Side Panel, Left Side (unit exterior)
2-9
DECATHLON SERIES GAS FRYERS
CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.4 Decathlon FPD65 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
16
212-4570
*
201-4775
*
202-4775
*
201-4237
*
202-4237
17
824-1195
18
►►►
19
►►►
20
824-0987
*
824-0937
*
106-2634SP
*
809-0997
*
809-0169
*
809-0417
*
809-0428
21
*
200-1339
*
200-1773
*
200-1325
*
809-0167
*
200-3649
*
210-6525
22
106-1703SP
*
823-3516
23
106-2898SP
*
200-4794
*
210-4792
*
106-4721
*
200-4794
*
211-8935
*
106-4722
*
200-4794
*
212-8935
*
809-0918
*
809-0191
*
200-1301
*
810-1105
24
803-0304
25
803-0149
*
810-2235
26
210-2737SP
*
823-4780
*
823-4999
*
823-4767
27
810-0356
*
810-2406
28
810-0357
*
810-2405
*
826-1389
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Side Panel, Right Side (unit exterior)
Side Panel, Left Side with Hole (unit interior)
Side Panel, Right Side with Hole (unit interior)
Panel, Inner Left (divider located over filter unit)
Panel, Inner Right (divider located over filter unit)
Wireway, Control Panel
See Control Panel Options, Joiner Strips, and Accessories, Section 2.2
See Optional Components, Section 2.3
Top Cap
Top Cap, Two-vat
Flue Assembly
Washer, 1⁄2 SAE “N” S/S
Screw, #12 x 3⁄4" Hex Washer Slotted Head
Nut, Flange 1⁄4-20 Serrated
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 1⁄2” Hex Head
Flue Box Assembly
Front, Flue Box
Back, Flue Box
Shield, Flue Box
Screw, Sheet Metal 10 A x 5⁄8 B
Deflector, Flue (use screws 809-0437)
Deflector, Flue, Chili’s (use screws 809-0437)
Flue Cap, Single System
Flue Cap, Double System
Door Assembly, with Liner
Panel, Door, Inner
Panel, Door, Outer
Door Assembly, Left
Panel, Door, Inner
Panel, Door, Outer
Door Assembly, Right
Panel, Door, Inner
Panel, Door, Outer
Screw, 10-24 x 1⁄2" Slotted Head (use with 810-2105)
Washer, 1⁄4" Spring-lock (use with 810-2105)
Pin, Door, 20” long
Magnetic Catch/Plate, Door (offset)
Fry Basket, 6 x 83⁄4" x 163⁄4"
Grid Assembly, Mesh
Grid Assembly, Rack
Basket Hanger, Single System, no Splash Guard
Basket Hanger, Chili’s Single System, 6” Splash Guard
Basket Hanger, Chili’s Double System, 6” Splash Guard
Splash Guard
Caster, Plate-mount 5" without Brake
Caster, Single Stud-mount 5" without Brake
Caster, Plate-mount 5" with Brake
Caster, Single Stud Mount 5" with Brake
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 3⁄4" Hex Head (for plate-mount casters, qty: 10)
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2.1.4 Decathlon FPD65 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
29
812-1226SP
30
106-0913SP
31
210-2804
32
200-1213
*
200-1327
33
810-2411
*
806-3811
34
823-3248
35
200-2065
*
200-2308
*
201-1182
*
202-1182
*
200-1611
*
210-2804
*
200-2713
*
210-1180
36
210-6763
37
810-0180
38
N/A
39
N/A
40
N/A
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Drain Nipple, Extended
Cordset, 10’ Power
Cover, Outlet Duct
Upper Structural Back
Lower Structural Back
Leg, Single Bolt Mount (black)
Leg Package, 4 Bolt Mount (4 per set)
Leg Support Assembly
Bracket, Burner Mounting
Post, Door
Gusset, Side Panel Left
Gusset, Side Panel Right
Base
Duct, Door Access
Plate, Suction Manifold
Insert, Suction Manifold
Hanger, Basket, Single
Handle, Door, Chrome
Handle, Door, Euro-look (SCFD C/C)
Door Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Brace, Front Horizontal, Single (SCFD C/C)
2.1.5 Decathlon D80 Primary Components
ITEM
PART #
1
823-3494SP
*
826-1891
*
823-3396SP
2
810-2072
3
810-2049
*
810-0710
*
810-2161
*
810-2063
*
810-2060
*
810-2059
4
810-2032
*
810-2155
*
812-1674
*
809-0845
*
812-1674
*
810-0705
*
810-0703
*
810-2138
5
200-1314
*
200-1615
6
210-5197
7
►►►
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Frypot - S/S 11⁄4" Drain (D80, after 10/99)
Frypot - S/S 11⁄4" Drain (D80, before 10/99)
Frypot - S/S 11⁄2" Drain (D80, SCFD80)
Gas Manifold (welded assembly)
Orifice, Natural Gas #43 2.26 mm (non-CE D80G)
Orifice, LP Gas #54 1.40 mm (non-CE D80G)
Orifice, Natural Gas #38 2.58 mm (non-CE D80GHP)
Orifice, LP Gas #52 1.61 mm (SCFD80G)
Orifice, G20/G25 Gas (CE only)
Orifice, G31 (CE only)
Pilot Burner, Natural/G20/25 Gas (primary and trailing)
Pilot Burner, LP/G31 Gas (primary and trailing)
Pilot Burner, Mod. Natural Gas (electronic ignition)
Screw, 10-32 x 3⁄8" Hex Slotted Head (primary and trailing)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 23" (one-piece gasline)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 20" (one-piece gasline)
Tube, Pilot Gas Supply, 1⁄4" x 173⁄4" (one-piece gasline)
Valve, Trailing Pilot, Adjustable (trailing pilot only)
Manifold Support Bracket
Manifold Support Bracket (right or left)
Diffuser Assembly
See Drain Manifold Components, Section 2.5
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.5 Decathlon D80 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
8
810-2151
9
810-2149
10
810-2150
11
200-2707
*
200-1363
12
807-3552
*
807-3628
*
810-2156
*
810-2323
*
807-2091
*
807-2127
*
810-0691
13
200-2686
14
200-1675
*
823-5346
*
823-5347
*
823-5348
*
823-5349
15
211-2532
16
212-2532
*
201-4775
*
202-4775
*
211-4570
*
212-4570
17
824-0954
18
210-2778
*
210-2777
*
210-5061
*
210-5910
19
►►►
20
824-0986
*
824-1013
*
824-1007
*
824-1006
21
823-3659
*
106-1442SP
*
200-1347
*
200-1349
*
200-1316
*
200-3645
22
823-3512
*
823-3659
23
106-1698SP
*
210-1151
*
200-2688
*
810-0180
*
809-0918
*
809-0191
*
200-1301
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Burner, Left Side
Burner, Center
Burner, Right Side
Heat Shield
Lower Heat Shield
Gas Valve, Natural Gas Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas Electronic Ignition, 24 VAC
Gas Valve, Natural Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, LP Gas, 120 VAC
Gas Valve, G20/25 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Gas Valve, G31 Gas, 24 VAC (CE only)
Vent Tube
Channel, Front and Rear
Lower Hinge Bracket
Hinge, Lower Left
Hinge, Lower Right
Hinge, Upper Left
Hinge, Upper Right
Side Panel, Left Side (D80)
Side Panel, Right Side (D80)
Side Panel, Left Side with hole (SCFD80)
Side Panel, Right Side with hole (SCFD80)
Side Panel, Left Side without hole (SCFD80)
Side Panel, Right Side without hole (SCFD80)
Wireway, Control Panel
Control Panel, One Hole (D80)
Control Panel, Two Holes (D80)
Control Panel, One Hole (SCFD80)
Control Panel, Two Holes (SCFD80)
See Optional Components, Section 2.3
Top Cap (D80/CFD80)
Top Cap, 2-battery (SCFD80)
Top Cap, 3-battery (SCFD80)
Top Cap, 4-battery (SCFD80)
Flue Box Assembly (D280, SCFD280)
Flue Box Assembly (D380/480, CFD80, SCFD380/480)
Front, Flue Box
Back, Flue Box
Shield, Flue Box
Deflector, Flue
Flue Cap (D80)
Flue Cap (SCFD80)
Door Assembly
Panel, Outer Door
Panel, Inner Door
Door Handle, Chrome
Screw, 10-24 x 1⁄2" Slotted Head (use with 810-2105)
Washer, 1⁄4" Spring-lock (use with 810-2105)
Pin, Door, Long (D80)
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.1.5 Decathlon D80 Primary Components (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
*
210-9889
*
810-0066
*
810-1105
24
803-0304
25
810-2122
*
803-0300
26
200-3120
*
210-2887
*
200-3119
*
210-3117
27
810-0356
*
810-2406
28
810-0357
*
810-2405
*
826-1389
29
812-1226SP
*
812-1717SP
30
106-0913SP
31
210-2804
32
200-2683
*
200-2982
33
810-2411
*
806-3811
34
823-3248
35
200-2734
36
823-3649
37
810-0180
38
N/A
39
N/A
40
N/A
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Pin, Door (SCFD80)
Magnetic Catch, Door (D80)
Magnetic Catch, Door (SCFD80)
Fry Basket, 6 x 83⁄4" x 163⁄4"
Grid Assembly (mesh-style)
Grid Assembly (rack-style)
Hanger, Basket, Single System, M/S (D80)
Hanger, Basket, Single System, S/S, no splash guard (SCFD80)
Hanger, Basket, Double System, M/S (D80)
Hanger, Basket, Double System, S/S (SCFD80)
Caster, Plate-mount, 5-inch without Brake
Caster, Single Stud-mount, 5-inch without Brake
Caster, Plate-mount, 5-inch with Brake
Caster, Single Stud-mount, 5-inch with Brake
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 3⁄4" Hex Head (for plate-mount casters, qty: 10)
Drain Nipple, Extended, 1 ¼”
Drain Nipple, Extended, 1 ½”
Cordset, 10’ Power
Cover, Outlet Duct
Back, Upper Cabinet
Back, Lower Cabinet
Leg, Single Bolt Mount (black)
Leg Package, 4 Bolt Mount (4 per set)
Leg Support Assembly
Burner Mounting Bracket
Hanger, Basket with 6” Splash Guard
Handle, Door, Chrome
Handle, Door, Euro-look (SCFD C/C)
Door Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Brace, Front Horizontal, Single (SCFD C/C)
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2.2 Control Panel Options, Joiner Strips, and Accessories
ITEM
PART #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
210-3562
210-3021
210-6405
210-2051
210-4672
210-5061
210-5910
210-3910
210-1256
210-8552
230-2146
106-5909
230-1948
230-2149
106-5927
106-6332
211-6640
212-6640
210-4847
211-4816
212-4816
210-3327
210-3017
210-1679
*
*
*
823-3938
106-2631SP
823-3947
COMPONENT
Control Panels
Controller (D50)
Solid, with Indicator Light (D60)
Controller (D60, D65)
McDonald’s™ (D50)
Basket Lift, with Thermatron Controller (D60)
Solid, with Indicator Light (D80)
Solid, for Matching Cabinet (D80)
Controller (15MC/50/20)
Controller (SCFD60/150)
Controller, Euro-look Bezel (SCFD50 C/C)
Solid, Euro-look Bezel (SCFD50 C/C)
Frame, Euro-look, x2 (SCFD50 C/C)
Controller, Euro-look Bezel (SCFD50 C/C)
Solid, Euro-look Bezel (SCFD50 C/C)
Frame, Euro-look, x3 (SCFD50 C/C)
Frame, Euro-look, x4 (SCFD50 C/C)
End, Frame, Left (SCFD50 C/C)
End, Frame, Right (SCFD50 C/C)
Joiner Strips
D50/D50
2424/D50
D50/2424
D20/D50
DD50/D60/D80
SM/D220
Accessories
Crumb Scoop, Split Pot
Sediment Tray
Chicken Crisper, D60
* Not illustrated.
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2.3 Optional Components and Controllers
1
2
3
8
4
9
12
16
17
13
18
7
11
14
20
PART #
826-2013
810-2035
826-2117
807-3484
807-1311
807-1553
807-1315
810-0705
807-1310
6
10
19
ITEM
1
2
3
*
4
*
*
*
*
* Not illustrated.
5
15
21
23
22
24
25
COMPONENT
Thermostat, Sunne
Knob, Thermostat
Spark Module, Domestic and CE (Rajah Connector, 807-3484)
Rajah Connector (for Blue/Gray Honeywell module, 807-4037, no longer avail.)
Pilot Assembly, Natural Gas with Electronic Ignition
Pilot Assembly, LP Gas with Electronic Ignition
Ignition Cable (for computer operated fryers)
Tube, 1⁄4" x 20" One Piece Pilot Gas Supply
Flame Sensor
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.3 Optional Components and Controllers (cont.)
ITEM
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
5
6
*
*
*
*
*
7
*
8
*
*
*
*
9
*
*
10
*
11
*
12
*
*
*
*
*
13
14
15
*
*
16
*
*
PART #
803-0278
803-0197
803-0293
106-1839SP
106-1128
106-1235
KIT0092
►►►
826-2413
806-8305
806-8308
806-5139
826-2414
806-4803
823-3776
►►►
106-0802SP
820-0135
106-0801
106-5809
816-0534
807-3485
807-1026
806-4803
812-1284
807-3550
106-1768SP
810-2398
106-5419SP
106-1976
106-1424
106-1261SP
810-2164
210-1386
210-6564
810-2401
810-1001
200-1868
807-3540
807-3560
807-3680
807-3559
*
*
*
17
*
*
*
* Not illustrated.
810-2046
810-2047
210-1433
807-1321
2747
807-3592
807-3750
COMPONENT
Brush, L-shaped
Fryer’s Friend
Gloves
Pilot Assembly (w/computer and electronic ignition), Natural
Pilot Assembly (w/computer and electronic ignition), LP
Pilot Assembly (without computer), Natural
Air Shutter Kit
See Control Panel Options, Section 2.2
Computer, Compu-Fry III.5, Full-vat
Computer, CM4-S
Computer, CM4-S (FPD65)
Computer, Remote
Computer, Compu-Fry III.5, Dual-vat
Cable Assembly, Compu-Fry to Interface Board
Bezel Assembly, pre Euro-look
For Euro-look Bezels, See Control Panel Options, Section 2.2
Face Plate/Potentiometer, 120 VAC Electronic Thermostat
Face Plate, Electronic Thermostat
Potentiometer, Electronic Thermostat (molex connector; with trim resistor)
Potentiometer, Electronic Thermostat (molex connector; without trim resistor)
Knob, Control, Electronic Thermostat
Thermopile
Sound Device
Cable Assembly (Harness)
Thermocouple (CE ONLY)
Thermocouple
ECO Connector, Honeywell Valves Only (CE ONLY)
ECO Connector, Robertshaw Valves Only (CE ONLY)
Probe Assembly, GO (D20, D50, D60, D80)
Probe Assembly, Temperature, New Design, 4-pin (D60 & D80)
Probe Assembly (RTD), Temperature (Dean computer)
Harness Assembly, GO Probe
Spring, Space, Electronic Thermostat Probe
Clamp, Electronic Thermostat Probe
Bracket, Pilot Thermocouple
Bracket, Thermopile
Piezo Ignitor (trigger)
Piezo Bracket
Electrode, Piezo
High-limit Thermostat, Manual Reset 410° F (CE)
High-limit Thermostat, Manual Reset 450° F (NON-CE, 1998-present)
High-limit Thermostat, Manual Reset 435° F (pre-1998)
Spring, Spacer, High-limit Capillary Bulb
Spring, Spacer, Thermostat Capillary Bulb
Clamp, Thermostat/High-limit Capillary Bulb
Fuse Holder, Buss
Fuse Holder, Slot-head, Safety (CE ONLY)
Fuse 2A Slow-blow (230V systems)
Fuse 5A (120V systems)
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2.3 Optional Components and Controllers (cont.)
ITEM
PART #
18
19
20
*
21
22
23
24
*
*
*
*
*
*
25
* Not illustrated.
106-6710
807-0834
807-0833
807-4114
807-3574
807-3580
807-3579
807-3576
807-3578
807-3582
807-3581
807-3611
807-3578
807-3575
210-2786
COMPONENT
Interface Board, Dean Computer Only
Relay, 12VDC 15A 1PDT (basket lift)
Relay, 12VDC 5A 1PDT (latching)
Relay, 24VAC Coil, Reset
Switch, Power (green lens)
Switch, Rocker, Manual Filter Power
Switch, Six-terminal Boil-out
Switch, Fryer Reset (momentary)
Switch, 3-position, ON-OFF-ON
Indicator Light, Green
Indicator Light, Red
Pump Relay
Socket, Pump Relay
Switch Insert, Blank
Switch Guard (for Items 22-25, optional)
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2.4 Transformers & Component Boxes; Multi-batteried Decathlons
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.4 Transformers & Component Boxes; Multi-batteried Decathlons (cont.)
ITEM
PART
1
823-3242
*
106-2691
2
210-1364
*
210-2966
3
200-1322
4
200-1326
5
200-2307
6
824-0961
*
824-0951
*
824-1195
*
824-1162
7
826-2086
*
106-3729
*
826-2088
*
826-2031
8
200-3212
9
210-3214
*
807-3536
*
106-0801
*
106-5809
*
816-0534
10
807-3680
*
807-3559
*
807-3560
*
106-1131SP
*
807-3577
11
807-3592
12
106-7594
*
823-6066
*
220-2277
13
106-7549
*
823-6066
*
220-2277
14
106-6616
*
823-6167
*
220-2537
15
807-2176
16
807-0800
17
807-3551
* Not illustrated.
COMPONENT
Control Box (D50/CFD50/SCFD50)
Control Box (FPD65)
Plate, Face (for Item 1)
Plate, Face (for Item 1, FPD65)
Bracket, Spark Module
Cover, Spark Module (Fryers 3 & 4)
Bracket, Spark Module Attachment (Fryers 1 & 2)
Wireway, Control Panel (D50)
Wireway, Control Panel (D60)
Wireway, Control Panel (SCFD models)
Wireway, Control Panel (D80)
Thermatron Board, 115/230V
Thermatron Board, 24V, Melt Cycle
Kit, Thermatron, 24V
Kit, Thermatron, 115/220V
Housing, Electronic Thermostat, Two Cut-outs
Plate, Face, Electronic Thermostat, Power/Boil-out
Potentiometer, Electronic Thermostat (spade terminals; with trim resistor)
Potentiometer, Electronic Thermostat (molex connector; with trim resistor)
Potentiometer, Electronic Thermostat (molex connector; without trim resistor)
Knob, Electronic Thermostat Potentiometer
High-limit Thermostat, Manual Reset 450° F (non-CE only)
High-limit Thermostat, Manual Reset 435° F
High-limit Thermostat, Manual Reset 410° F (CE only)
Harness, Spark Module
Circuit Breaker, 7 amp
Fuse, 2A, Slow Blow
Transformer Box Assembly, Double, non-Filter (SCFD C/C 250/350)
Box, Transformer Box Assembly
Lid, Transformer Box Assembly
Transformer Box Assembly, Double, Filter (SCFD C/C 250/350)
Box, Transformer Box Assembly
Lid, Transformer Box Assembly
Transformer Box Assembly, Single, non-Filter (SCFD C/C 250/350)
Box, Transformer Box Assembly
Lid, Transformer Box Assembly
Transformer, V/F Dual Voltage (for all SCFD C/C units, one per frypot)
Transformer, 120V/24 VAC (for filtration units)
Transformer, 72D-1089 CL 2
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Some Decathlon series fryers are equipped with 3” round drain systems while others are equipped with 1.5” round
drain systems. Compare the fryer in question with the illustrations on pages 2-20 to 2-23 to determine which system it
uses.
2.5 Oil Drain Manifold Components
2.5.1 1.5” Oil Drain Manifold, Drain Flush, and Drain Valve Components
22
20
18
19
17
12
16
10
11
14
21
13
15
To Drain
Valve
9
23
To Drain
Valve
7
6
5
To Drain
Valve
1
4
8
2
3
25
24
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.5.1 1.5” Oil Drain Manifold, Drain Flush, and Drain Valve Components (cont.)
ITEM
1
*
2
3
4
5
6
*
7
*
*
8
*
9
10
11
12
13
*
14
*
15
16
17
18
*
*
*
*
*
19
20
21
22
23
24
*
*
25
*
*
*
* Not illustrated.
PART #
823-3221
823-3222
823-5167
210-2311
823-4931
813-0749
200-5621
200-1827
813-0659
813-0391
813-0748
809-0884
816-0544
813-0686
810-1057
813-0051
813-0165
810-1668
810-1669
810-1069
806-6849
106-1401
200-1617
210-2029
210-4727
823-3405
823-3440
809-0885
809-0843
816-0547
807-2104
809-0842
816-0220
200-1257
810-2127
810-2052
810-1338
200-2371
810-2126
810-1018
210-2342
210-2343
COMPONENT
Elbow with Bracket, Left
Elbow with Bracket, Right
Drain Pipe, Left Side
Clamp, Center Drain Pipe
Drain Pipe, Right Side
Tee, 11⁄2" NPT With Handle Bracket
Drain Manifold Tube, 17”
Drain Manifold Tube, 13”
Pipe Cap, 11⁄2"
Nipple, 1 ¼” x Close
Tee, 1 ½” NPT x 1 ¼” NPT (with handle bracket)
Nut, Slip-joint 11⁄2"
O-ring, Slip-joint Nut
Bell Reducer, 11⁄2" x 1⁄2" NPT
Flex Line, 5⁄8" x 13"
Coupling, 1⁄2" NPT
Elbow, Street 1⁄2" x 1⁄2" 90°
Adapter, 5⁄8" O.D. x 1⁄2" Male (use with 810-1057 and 810-1069)
Adapter, 5⁄8" O.D. x 1⁄2" Female (use with 810-1057 and 810-1069)
Flex Line, 5⁄8" x 291⁄2"
Tilt Switch, Drain Valve
DRAIN VALVE COMPONENTS
Bracket, Microswitch (optional on some units)
Washer, Drain Valve (use without microswitch)
Bracket, Microswitch Activator
Handle (Actuator), Drain Valve, Round
Handle (Actuator), Drain Valve, Flat
Handle, Push/Pull Drain
Washer, 3⁄8" x 1 x .083"
Cotter Pin
Cap, Red Vinyl for Handle
Microswitch (optional on some units)
Nut, Nylock #4-40 (microswitch to bracket)
Insulation, Microswitch
Retainer, Nut
Drain Valve, 11⁄2" Full Port (with washers & nut)
Drain Valve, 11⁄4" (1" standard port)
Drain Valve, 1" (D20 only)
Handle, Valve Lever (for use with 810-1338 and 823-3440 only)
Drain Valve, 11⁄4", Full Port
Drain Valve, 11⁄4", Left
Drain Extension, Left
Drain Extension, Right
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.5.2 3” Oil Drain Manifold, Drain Flush, and Drain Valve Components
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PART #
823-4712
812-1901
823-5912
823-4681
823-6079
823-4844
823-4680
COMPONENT
Tube, 3" Oval Dump
Tube, 3" Downspout
Tube, 3" Off-set Downspout
Tube, 3" Right Drain (8.06” long, closed end)
Tube, 3" Right Drain (15.44" long, closed end)
Tube, 3" Left Drain (12.44” long, closed end)
Tube, 3" Left Drain (8.56" long, closed end w/coupling)
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.5.2 3” Oil Drain Manifold, Drain Flush, and Drain Valve Components (cont.)
ITEM
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
*
*
*
*
*
*
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
PART #
823-6076
200-9365
823-4682
200-6603
823-5188
200-6752
823-6078
809-0969
816-0625
106-2568SP
106-1837
813-0699
810-1434
106-1454
106-2387
106-1726
813-0686
813-0165
810-1669
810-1668
810-1056
106-3976
106-3977
810-2783
823-4734
807-2104
106-1401
200-4402
816-0220
816-0547
200-6116
200-1617
200-1257
826-1366
816-0630
106-3978
106-3979
810-2784
823-5532
807-2104
106-6020
220-0143
816-0220
816-0547
200-6795
809-0988
200-1257
826-1366
816-0630
COMPONENT
Tube, 3" Left Drain (3.86" long, closed end)
Tube, 3" Joiner (9.13" long, open ends)
Tube, 3" Center Drain (8” long, open ends)
Tube, 3" Joiner (11.5" long, open ends)
Tube, 3" Right Filter (10.38” long, open ends)
Tube, 3" Joiner, Matching Cabinet (15.25" long, open ends)
Tube, 3" Center Drain (8.10" long, open ends)
Clamp, T-bolt
Boot/Sleeve
Wash Down Hose Assembly
Quick Disconnect, Female
Quick Disconnect, Male
Hose Assembly
Nozzle Assembly, Hose with Handle
Heater Strip, 120V, 25W, 36”
Flush Oil Drain Line
Bell Reducer, 1 1⁄2" x 1⁄2"
Elbow, Street 1⁄2" x 1⁄2" NPT 90° BM
Adapter, Female 5⁄8" O.D. x 1⁄2" Long
Adapter, Male 5⁄8" O.D. x 1⁄2" Long
Flexline, 5⁄8" O.D. x 52.5" Long
Drain Valve Assembly, 11⁄2" without Microswitch
Drain Valve Assembly, 11⁄2" with Microswitch
Drain Valve, 11⁄2" Full Port with O-ring
Handle, Drain Valve Rotating
Microswitch, CE Micro-roller Lever
Microswitch Bracket Assembly
Guard, Drain Microswitch
Insulation, RF Switch
Cap, Red Vinyl for Handle
Strap, 11⁄2" (holds tube to valve via the stud)
Washer, Drain Microswitch
Retainer, Drain Valve
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex w/External Teeth (pkg. of 25)
Cap, Vinyl (one per clamp, covers T-bolt threads)
Drain Valve Assembly, 11⁄2" without Microswitch (SCFD C/C)
Drain Valve Assembly, 11⁄2" with Microswitch (SCFD C/C)
Drain Valve, 11⁄4" Full Port with O-ring
Handle, Drain Valve Rotating
Microswitch, CE Micro-roller Lever
Microswitch Bracket Assembly
Guard, Drain Microswitch
Insulation, RF Switch
Cap, Red Vinyl for Handle
Strap, 11⁄2" (holds tube to valve via the stud)
Washer, Drain Microswitch
Retainer, Drain Valve
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex w/External Teeth (pkg. of 25)
Cap, Vinyl (one per clamp, covers T-bolt threads)
* Not illustrated.
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
Decathlon series fryers differ in oil return configuration. Compare the fryer in question with the illustrations on pages
2-24 to 2-31 to determine which system it uses.
2.6 Oil Return Manifold Components
2.6.1 Oil Return Manifold Components; D & FPD65 Models
ITEM
PART #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
*
*
15
16
17
18
19
813-0003
813-0022
813-0087
813-0156
813-0173
813-0247
813-0298
813-0345
813-0368
813-0646
813-0654
813-0672
813-0673
810-2125
200-1143
809-0877
813-0006
813-0625
813-0165
813-0634
813-0062
COMPONENT
1
1
1
Tee, ⁄2" x ⁄2" x ⁄2" NPT BM
1
Nipple, ⁄2" NPT x Close BM
1
1
Nipple, ⁄2" NPT x 1 ⁄2" BM
1
Plug, ⁄2" NPT Hex Head BM
1
Union, ⁄2" NPT BM
1
1
Nipple, ⁄2" NPT x 3 ⁄2" BM
1
Nipple, ⁄2" NPT x 2" BM
1
Elbow, ⁄2" NPT 45° BM
1
Nipple, ⁄2" NPT x 16" BM
1
Nipple, ⁄2" NPT x 5" BM
1
Nipple, ⁄2" x 4" NPT BM
1
Nipple, ⁄2" x 8" NPT BM
1
1
Nipple, ⁄2" x 8 ⁄2" NPT BM
3
Oil Return Valve, ⁄8"
Retainer, Oil Return Valve Nut
Nut, Oil Return Valve
1
3
Bushing, Hex ⁄2" x ⁄8" NPT BM
3
Nipple, ⁄8" x Close NPT BM
1
1
Elbow, Street ⁄2" x ⁄2" NPT 90° BM
1
3
Elbow, ⁄2" x ⁄8" NPT 90° BM
1
Elbow, ⁄2" NPT 90° BM
* Not illustrated
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.6.2 Oil Return Manifold Components; SCFD, CFD, & FPD65 Models
ITEM
PART #
COMPONENT
1
*
*
*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
106-4100
106-4101
106-6763
106-5616
810-3117
810-3115
106-4006
106-3997
106-5516
106-5231
810-1668
810-2320
813-0003
813-0022
813-0096
813-0165
813-0173
813-0247
813-0362
813-0463
813-0661
813-0654
813-0597
210-8790
200-9295
816-0638
810-2125
809-0601
813-0006
813-0062
810-1067
810-1055
810-1339
810-1400
810-1056
810-2320
813-0087
813-0460
813-0625
813-0672
813-0607
813-0099
813-0845
813-0646
813-0373
Oil Return Assembly – Middle
Oil Return Assembly – End
Oil Return Assembly – SCFD C/C
Oil Return Assembly – SCFD250P00001 (C/C)
Oil Return Manifold, SCFD250 C/C
Oil Return Manifold, SCFD350 C/C
Valve Assembly, 1⁄2" Oil Return (see Page 2-30)
Valve Assembly (use with wand)
Valve Assembly, 3-way Oil Return
Valve Assembly, FPD
Adapter, Male 5⁄8" OD x 1⁄2"
Flexline, 5⁄8" x 9.00" Long
Tee, 1⁄2" x 1⁄2" x 1⁄2" BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x Close NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 6.00” NPT BM
Elbow, Street 1⁄2" x 1⁄2" NPT 90° BM
Union, 1⁄2" NPT
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 3.50" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" NPT x 7.50" BM
Plug, 1⁄2" Counter Sink
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 2.25" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 4.00” NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 11.50” NPT BM
Bracket, Return/Flush Retainer
Handle, Oil Return Valve
Cap, Yellow Vinyl, 5/16" x 3"
Ball Valve, 3⁄8" Drain
Clip, Clevis, Left Rod End
Bushing, 1⁄2" to 3⁄8" NPT BM Hex Reducing
Elbow, 1⁄2" 90° BM
Flexline, 8.5" Oil Return
Flexline, 11.5" Oil Return
Flexline, 4.5" Oil Return
Flexline, 21.00" Oil Return
Flexline, 52.5" Oil Return
Flexline, 9.00" Oil Return
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 1.50" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 3.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 3⁄8" NPT x CL Black CLS
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 8.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 23.5" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 7.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 29.75" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 5.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 11.00" NPT BM
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
813-0298
813-0098
813-0742
813-0515
813-0265
813-0093
813-0281
813-0368
813-0644
813-0673
813-0698
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 2.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 6.50" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 5.50" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 12.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 2.50" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 4.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 5.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 16.00" NPT BM
Nipple, 3⁄8" x 1.5" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 8.5" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2" x 10.5" NPT BM
* Not illustrated.
Decathlon series fryers differ in oil return configuration. Compare the fryer in question with the illustrations on pages
2-24 to 2-31 to determine which system it uses.
2.7 Oil Return and Oil Flush Components
2.7.1 Oil Return and Oil Flush Components; D & FPD65 Models
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2.7.1 Oil Return and Oil Flush Components; D & FPD65 Models (cont.)
ITEM
1
2
*
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
*
*
*
11
*
12
13
14
*
*
15
*
*
16
17
*
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-1824
106-3595
201-4455
202-4455
810-2144
807-2104
809-0846
809-0842
200-1341
809-0360
826-1389
809-0428
809-0823
809-0070
810-0697
826-1392
813-0608
823-3188
813-0062
813-0515
813-0173
813-0251
813-0672
813-0022
813-0156
813-0003
809-0885
809-0843
823-3344
823-3187
823-3198
823-3481
816-0547
816-0548
816-0638
816-0549
810-2100
810-2098
810-2252
COMPONENT
Microswitch Bracket Assembly, Oil Return
Bracket, Oil Return Microswitch, Left
Bracket, Oil Return Microswitch, Right
Bracket, Oil Return Microswitch, Left (FPD)
Bracket, Oil Return Microswitch, Right (FPD)
Spacer, 4-40 1⁄4" x 3⁄8" Aluminum
Microswitch, Oil Return
Screw, 4-40 x 1" Slotted Head
Nut, 4-40 Nylock
Bracket, Microswitch Rod
Screw, #8 x 3⁄8" Hex Washer Slotted Head
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x 3⁄4" Hex Head
Screw, 1⁄4-20 x ½” Hex Head
Nut, 1⁄4-20 Nylock
Nut, 1⁄4-20 Hex SS
Disconnect, Male Suction Tube
O-rings, for Male Disconnect (pack of 5)
Coupling, Full, 1⁄2" NPT BM
Suction Manifold Assembly
Elbow, 90° BM
Nipple, 1⁄2” NPT x 12" BM
Union, 1⁄2" NPT BM
Nipple, 1⁄2” NPT x 41⁄2" BM
Nipple, 1⁄2” NPT x 8" BM
Oil Suction Start Fitting
Nipple, 1⁄2" NPT x Close
Plug, 1⁄2" NPT Hex Head
Tee, 1⁄2" NPT BM
Washer, 3⁄8" x 1" x .083"
Cotter Pin, Plated
Handle (Actuator), Oil Return Valve
Handle, Oil Return Left Fryer (UFF System)
Handle, Oil Return Right Fryer (UFF System, Fryer 3 & 4)
Handle, Oil Flush Valve
Cap, Drain Valve Handle, Red
Cap, Oil Return Handle, Yellow
Cap, Oil Return Handle, Yellow (SCFD C/C)
Cap, Oil Flush Handle, Blue
Motor, Pump 120-230V
Pump, 8 GPM
Pump, Chili’s, 5 GPM
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2.7.2 Oil Return and Oil Flush Components; SCFD, CFD, & FPD65 Models
7
3
2
5
6
4
8
1
14
18
13
16
19
17
11
9
15
10
12
20
21
2-28
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.7.2 Oil Return and Oil Flush Components; SCFD, CFD, & FPD65 Models (cont.)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
14
*
15
16
14
*
15
16
17
18
19
*
*
*
*
*
*
20
*
21
22
*
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-4006
901-2772
900-2935
816-0220
810-0278
826-1366
807-2103
200-6806
106-3962
106-1225SP
813-0062
813-0173
813-0654
813-0674
200-1230
106-1720
813-0062
813-0173
813-0093
813-0741
200-1230
813-0463
813-0460
813-0022
813-0003
106-0774SP
810-0697
826-1392
813-0608
823-3188
106-1749
810-0697
816-0596
813-0051
813-5101
106-0858
813-0022
813-0463
813-0003
210-8790
200-8929
200-9850
200-9295
816-0548
816-0637
810-2100
807-3859
810-2252
810-2098
826-1264
COMPONENT
Microswitch Bracket Assembly, Oil Return
Handle, RF Left
Retainer, Nut
Insulation, RF Switch
Ball Valve, 1⁄2" Oil Return
Nut, 4-40 Keps Hex w/External Teeth (pkg. of 25)
Microswitch, Straight Lever (CE)
Cover, Safety Switch
Bracket Assembly, RF Switch
Oil Suction Assembly
Elbow, 90° BM
Union, 1⁄2" NPT 150# BM
Nipple, TBE 1⁄2" NPT x 4" Black
Nipple, TBE 1⁄2" NPT x 71⁄4" Black
Bracket, Front Male Manifold
Oil Suction Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Elbow, 90° BM
Union, 1⁄2" NPT 150# BM
Nipple, TBE 1⁄2" NPT x 4" Black
Nipple, TBE 1⁄2" NPT x 71⁄4" Black
Bracket, Front Male Manifold
Plug, Pipe ½" NPT Black
Nipple, ½" NPT x 3" Black
Nipple, ½" NPT Close Black
Tee, ½" NPT Black
Suction Manifold Assembly
Disconnect, Male Suction Tube
O-rings, for Male Disconnect (pack of 5)
Coupling, 1⁄2" NPT BM Full
Suction Manifold
Suction Manifold Assembly (SCFD C/C)
Disconnect, Male Suction Tube
O-rings, for Male Disconnect (pack of 5)
Coupling, 1⁄2" NPT BM Full
Suction Manifold
Oil Suction Start Fitting
Nipple, 1⁄2" NPT x Close
Plug, 1⁄2" Counter Sink
Tee, 1⁄2" NPT BM
Bracket, Oil Return/Flush Retainer
Handle, Oil Return
Handle, Oil Return (Application Series “DF” fryers)
Handle, Oil Return (SCFD C/C)
Cap, Oil Return Handle, Yellow
Cap, Oil Return Handle, Blue
Pump and Motor
Pump Motor, 120/230V
Pump Motor, 115V, 60Hz
Pump, Chili’s, 5GPM
Pump, 8GPM
Pump, Viking 4 GPM, 2-piece (SCFD C/C)
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2.8 UFF Filtration Components
2.8.1 UFF Filtration Components; D50 Series Fryers
12
11
10
8
9
7
2
3
4
1
5
6
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
*
*
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-2115SP
809-0805
809-0428
809-0820
823-4794
810-2805
823-3574
803-0289
823-3573
823-4320
106-0752SP
106-1755SP
106-3230SP
106-2568SP
COMPONENT
Filter Pan
Screw, ¼-20 x ½"
Screw, ¼-20 x ½" Steel
Nut, Oval Locking, ¼-20
Insert, Caster
Caster, 2”
Support Grid, Bottom Pan Screen
Filter Paper, 22” x 34" (100 sheets per box)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted
Crumb Basket
Lid Assembly, Front
Lid Assembly, Rear
Lid Assembly, One Piece, Chili’s
Wand Assembly
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.8.2 UFF Filtration Components; SCFD50 Series Fryers
2
4
3
5
9
8
1
6
7
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-5144SP
823-5639
823-3573
823-5191
200-8003
810-2805
809-0823
813-0568
803-0170
DESCRIPTION
Filter Pan
Lid, Filter Pan
Ring, Hold Down
Crumb Basket
Screen, Sana Grid
Caster, 2”
Nut, Nylock, ¼-20
Pipe Plug, 1/8 NPT Socket-head
Filter Paper, 16.5” x 25.75” (100 sheets per box)
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2.8.3 UFF Filtration Components; D60 and D80 Series Fryers
6
7
5
4
2
3
1
10
9
11
12
8
ITEM
1
*
*
2
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
*
7
*
8
9
10
11
12
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-0749SP
106-1584SP
106-4521
823-3365
803-0289
803-0303
823-3361
823-3439
823-4320
823-3443
106-0752SP
106-1587SP
106-0753SP
106-1588SP
809-0428
823-4794
809-0820
809-0805
210-2805
COMPONENT
Filter Pan (UFF 60)
Filter Pan (UFF 80)
Filter Pan (UFF 100)
Support Grid, Bottom Pan Screen
Filter Paper, 22 x 34" (100 sheets per box)(UFF 60)
Filter Paper, 26 x 34" (100 sheets per box) (UFF 80)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted (UFF 60)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted (UFF 80)
Crumb Basket (UFF 60)
Crumb Basket (UFF 80)
Lid, Front (UFF 60)
Lid, Front (UFF 80)
Lid, Rear (UFF 60)
Lid, Rear (UFF 80)
Screw, ¼-20 x ½" Steel
Insert, Caster
Nut, Oval Locking, ¼-20
Screw, ¼-20 x ½"
Caster, 2"
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.8.4 UFF Filtration Components; SCFD60 and FPD65 Series Fryers
2
3
4
5
8
1
6
7
ITEM
1
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
*
6
7
8
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-1220SP
823-4109
106-4725SP
106-6119SP
823-4320
823-3872
823-3361
810-2350
200-5726
810-2582
810-2805
809-0070
803-0289
COMPONENT
Filter Pan (SCFD)
Filter Pan (FPD)
Lid Assembly (SCFD)
Lid Assembly (FPD)
Crumb Basket (SCFD)
Crumb Basket (FPD)
Hold Down Ring (SCFD)
Filter Leaf (FPD)
Screen, Bottom Filter (SCFD)
Fitting, Filter Leaf (FPD)
Caster, 2”
Nut, ¼-20 Hex S/S
Filter Paper, 22” x 34” (100 sheets; 803-0266, 25 sheets)
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2.8.5 UFF Filtration Components; SCFD80 Series Fryers
4
13
3
2
5
1
12
6
9
8
7
10
11
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
*
13
* Not illustrated.
PART #
823-5406
106-5321
106-5317
823-5412
823-5409
823-3365
810-2805
823-5407
809-0804
809-0191
809-0428
813-0679
813-0704
803-0303
COMPONENT
Filter Pan
Lid, Front (UFF 80)
Lid, Rear (UFF 80)
Crumb Basket
Hold Down Ring
Grid
Caster, 2”
Insert, Caster
Nut, ¼-20 Cap (with Ext. Tooth)
Washer, ¼“ Spring Lock
Screw, ¼-20 x ½ Hex Head
Plug, ⅛” S/S Square Head Pipe (Suction)
Plug, ⅜” S/S Hex Head
Filter Paper, 26” x 34” (100 sheets per box)
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2.9 SUFF Filtration Components
2.9.1 SUFF Filtration Components; D50 Series Fryers
7
6
3
2
4
5
1
10
9
8
11
12
ITEM
1
*
*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
* Not Illustrated.
PART #
823-3796
813-0684
813-0679
823-3790
803-0317
823-3795
823-3736
823-3797
823-3798
809-0428
823-4794
809-0820
809-0805
810-2805
COMPONENT
Filter Pan (SUFF 50)
Plug, Hex Socket, 3/8" NPT
Plug, 1/8" SS Square Head (Female Disconnect)
Support Grid, Bottom Pan Screen
Filter Paper, 8-1/4 x 25-3/4"
Hold-down Ring, Weighted
Crumb Basket
Filter Pan Cover, Front
Filter Pan Cover, Back
Screw, ¼-20 x ½" Steel
Insert, Caster
Nut, Oval Locking, ¼-20
Screw, ¼-20 x ½"
Caster, 2"
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2.9.2 SUFF Filtration Components; CFD50 Series Fryers
3
5
7
2
4
13
6
1
10
9
8
12
11
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
* Not Illustrated.
PART #
823-3796
823-3798
823-3797
823-3795
823-5423
823-3790
803-0317
810-2805
823-5407
809-0804
809-0428
809-0191
813-0679
COMPONENT
Filter Pan
Lid, Filter Pan, Rear
Lid, Filter Pan, Front
Hold-down Ring
Crumb Basket (SUFF50/60/80)
Grid, Bottom Filter
Filter Paper, 8.25” x 25.75”
Caster, 2”
Insert, Caster
Nut, ¼-20 Cap (with Ext. Tooth)
Screw, ¼-20 x ½” Hex Head
Washer, ¼” Spring Lock
Plug, 1/8" SS Square Head
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.9.3 SUFF Filtration Components; D60 and D80 Series Fryers
7
6
4
3
5
2
1
9
10
8
11
ITEM
1
*
*
*
2
3
4
*
5
6
*
7
*
8
9
10
11
12
* Not Illustrated
PART #
823-3774
823-3821
813-0684
813-0679
823-3768
803-0289
823-3770
823-3849
823-3736
823-3766
823-3739
823-3767
823-3741
809-0428
823-4794
809-0820
809-0805
810-2805
12
COMPONENT
Filter Pan (SUFF 60)
Filter Pan, (SUFF 80)
Plug, Hex Socket, 3/8" NPT
Plug, 1/8" SS Square Head (Female Disconnect)
Support Grid, Bottom Pan Screen (SUFF 60/80)
Filter Paper, 22” x 34" (SUFF 60/80)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted (SUFF 60)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted (SUFF 80)
Crumb Basket (SUFF 60/80)
Filter Pan Cover, Front (SUFF 60)
Filter Pan Cover, Front (SUFF 80)
Filter Pan Cover, Back (SUFF 60)
Filter Pan Cover, Back (SUFF 80)
Screw, ¼-20 x ½" Steel
Insert, Caster
Nut, Oval Locking, ¼-20
Screw, ¼-20 x ½"
Caster, 2"
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.9.4 SUFF Filtration Components; CFD60 and CFD80 Series Fryers
ITEM
1
*
*
2
*
3
*
4
*
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
*
PART #
823-5420
823-3821
106-1433
823-5424
823-3739
823-5425
823-3741
823-5422
823-3849
823-5423
823-5421
809-0428
813-0679
809-0804
809-0191
810-2805
823-5407
803-0289
813-0684
COMPONENT
Filter Pan (SUFF 60)
Filter Pan (SUFF 80)
Filter Pan, Early Style, External Pickup (SUFF 80)
Filter Pan Cover, Front (SUFF 60)
Filter Pan Cover, Front (SUFF 80)
Filter Pan Cover, Back (SUFF 60)
Filter Pan Cover, Back (SUFF 80)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted (SUFF 60)
Hold-down Ring, Weighted (SUFF 80)
Crumb Basket (SUFF 60/80)
Support Grid, Bottom Pan Screen (SUFF 60/80)
Screw, ¼-20 x ½" Steel
Plug, 1/8" SS Square Head (Female Disconnect)
Nut, ¼-20 Locking (with ext. tooth)
Washer, ¼ Spring Lock
Caster, 2"
Insert, Caster
Paper, Filter- 22 x 34" (SUFF 60/80)
Plug, Hex Socket, 3/8" NPT
* Not Illustrated.
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
…2.10
Basket Lift Components; D50, D60, and D80 Models
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DECATHLON SERIES GAS FRYERS
CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.10 Basket Lift Components; D50, D60, and D80 Series Fryers (cont.)
ITEM
1
2
PART #
106-1914
106-1870
106-1926
200-1376
200-2069
3
*
*
4
5
*
6
7
200-3094
200-2735
200-3072
809-0882
809-0907
809-0863
810-2140
813-0035
8
*
*
824-0996
824-0958
824-0990
9
*
*
10
11
12
13
*
*
*
824-0997
824-0959
824-0991
200-1693
807-0107
823-3626
807-2104
810-2144
809-0846
809-0842
14
*
*
15
*
*
16
*
*
17
*
*
*
*
18
19
* Not illustrated.
200-3150
200-2736
200-3087
200-3114
200-2739
200-3079
200-3116
200-2740
200-3091
807-0140
807-3087
810-1822
810-1823
826-1552
823-3505
823-3499
COMPONENT
Basket Lift Assembly (D50)
Basket Lift Assembly (D60)
Basket Lift Assembly (D80)
Bracket, Restraining
Member, Lift Control Arm
Channel, Support Autolift
Channel (D80)
Channel (D60)
Channel (D50)
Truarc Ring, 3/4"
Screw, 3⁄8" x 1⁄4" Shoulder
Nut, 5⁄16-18 Hex
Bushing (Bronze), Oiltite 3⁄8" x 1⁄4"
Bushing (Bronze), Oiltite .640 I.D.
Back, Basket Lift Motor
Back (D80)
Back (D60)
Back (D50)
Cover, Basket Lift Motor
Cover (D80)
Cover (D60)
Cover (D50)
Plate, Motor Mounting
Motor, Gear
Switch, Limit Cam
Microswitch
Spacer
Screw, 4-40 x 1"
Nut, 4-40 Nylock
Motor Housing
Housing, Front (D80)
Housing, Front (D60)
Housing, Front (D50)
Housing, Bottom (D80)
Housing, Bottom (D60)
Housing, Bottom (D50)
Housing, Back (D80)
Housing, Back (D60)
Housing, Back (D50)
Connector, 3⁄8"
Basket Lift Timer, 120V, 60 Hz, 15 min.
Timer Knob
Timer Button
Basket Lift Timer Kit
Left Basket Lift Arm
Right Basket Lift Arm
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CHAPTER 2: PARTS LIST
2.11 Trough, Holster, and Cover Components; D60, FPD65, & D80 Models
3
4
1
2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
* Not illustrated.
PART #
106-2668
823-3384
106-1447
106-2585SP
106-2897SP
810-2030
809-0107
823-4767
803-0278
803-0197
823-3938
COMPONENT
Holster Assembly, Vat Cover
Trough, Holster Assembly
Cover, Full-vat
Cover, Split-vat
Cover, FPD
Handle, Vat Cover (Full- and Split-)
Screw, 8-32 x 3⁄8" Round Slotted Head
Splash Guard
L-shaped Brush
Fryer’s Friend
Crumb Scoop
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