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PROFESSIONAL QUALITY COOKING EQUIPMENT

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR

RESTAURANT SERIES RANGES

AR SERIES

AR-C SERIES

AR-NV SERIES

DESIGN CLASS FUNCTION

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AR Series Ranges

Owner’s Manual

Installation, Operation and

Maintenance Instructions

FOR

YOUR

SAFETY

FOR YOUR SAFETY!

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

FOR

YOUR

SAFETY

WARNING

IMPROPER

INSTALLATION

WARNING!

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death and will void warranty. Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.

WARNING

IMPROPER

INSTALLATION

IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTICE!

Using any part other than genuine American Range factory supplied parts relieves the manufacturer of all liability.

American Range reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisons do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions or replacements for the previously purchased equipment.

Instruction to be followed in the event the user smells gas should be posted in a prominent location. This information should be obtained by consulting the local gas supplier.

RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

This equipment is design engineered for commercial use only.

Model Number: __________________________________________

Serial Number: ___________________________________________

Purchase Date: ___________________________________________

Installed By: __________________________ Install Date:__________

Gas Type: _______________________________________________

Electrical Information: ______________________________________

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PROFESSIONAL QUALITY COOKING EQUIPMENT

To Our Most Valued Customer:

Congratulations on your purchase of an American Range product. We hope you will enjoy the design, manufactured quality, innovative features and cooking performance of this product – it represents our continuing dedication to satisfying the most demanding needs of customers like you.

Please read this manual and become familiar with important safety information about how to install and set-up the unit, basic operating instructions, and how to maintain that just-likebrand-new appearance and performance - over years of day-to-day use.

If you should encounter any sort of problem, turn to the section of the manual entitled,

"Troubleshooting" – for a quick solution or guidance regarding the next step required to get back to tip-top condition.

Thank you for choosing an American Range product for your kitchen. As you can expect, this appliance is designed for years of reliable service. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the dealer from whom you purchased the unit, or contact American Range

Customer Service via email: [email protected] at www.americanrange.com, or call

888.753.9898.

Sincerely,

Shane Demirjian

President, American Range Corporation

Owner’s Manual AR Series Ranges

Table of Contents

GENERAL ...................................................................................................... 1

Important Safety Information .......................................................................1

Shipping Damage Claim Procedure ..........................................................1

INSTALLATION ........................................................................................2-7

Installation, Operation & Service Personnel .........................................2

Ventillation Hoods ................................................................................................2

Gas Standards and Codes ..............................................................................2

Gas Connection ....................................................................................................3

Manual Shut-Off Valve .......................................................................................3

Rating Plate ..............................................................................................................3

Electric Standard & Codes .............................................................................4

Casters .......................................................................................................................5

Leveling ......................................................................................................................5

Typical Model & Parts Identification ..........................................................6

Installation Checklist ...........................................................................................7

OPERATING ..............................................................................................8-9

Check for Gas Leaks ..........................................................................................8

Open Burner/Griddle/Raised Griddle Broiler .....................................8

Oven ...........................................................................................................................8

Lighting Convection Oven ..............................................................................8

Shut Down Convection Oven .....................................................................9

Final Preparation ...................................................................................................9

HI-SHELF INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 9

MAINTENANCE........................................................................................ 10

Raised Griddle - Broiler .................................................................................10

Oven ........................................................................................................................10

Summary ................................................................................................................10

ExPLODED VIEW DRAWINGS/PARTS LISTS .............................11-14

AR Series ........................................................................................................11-12

AR-6NV ...........................................................................................................13-14

TRoUBlEShooTING ............................................................................. 15

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IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW!

• Before beginning, please read all the instructions carefully.

• DO NOT remove permanently affixed labels, warnings, or plates from product. This will void the warranty.

• All local and national codes and ordinances must be observed; installation must conform with local codes.

• The Installer must leave these instructions with the consumer who should retain for local inspector’s use and for future reference.

• Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or gas supplier.

• Please ensure that the product is properly grounded.

Your safety and the safety of others is very important. We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.

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!

This is the SAFETY AlERT SYMBol.

This symbol alerts you to hazards.

DANGER hazards or unsafe practices which may result in severe personal injury or death.

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WARNING hazards or unsafe practices which may result in severe personal injury or death.

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CAUTION hazards or unsafe practices which may result in minor personal injury or property damage.

SHIPPING DAMAGE CLAIM PROCEDURE

The equipment is crafted and inspected carefully by skilled personnel before leaving the factory. The transportation company assumes full responsibility for the safe delivery upon acceptance of the equipment.

If you receive a damaged product, immediately contact your delivery company, your dealer, your builder or installer. Do not install or attempt to operate a damaged appliance.

1. Note any visible loss or damage on the freight bill or express delivery and have the note signed by the person making

the delivery.

2. File claim for damages immediately regardless of the extent of damages.

3. For damage noticed after unpacking (concealed loss or damage), notify the transportation company immediately and file

a "Concealed Damage" claim with them. This should be done within fifteen (15) days from the date that delivery

is made to you. Retain the shipping container for inspection.

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING

The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by-products which are on the list of substances known by the State of

California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. California law requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure to these substances, always operate this unit according to the Owners Manual, ensuring you provide proper ventilation when cooking with gas.

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INSTALLATION

INSTAllATIoN, oPERATIoN AND SERvICE PERSoNNEl

Installation of the equipment should be performed by qualified, certified, licensed and/or authorized personnel who are experienced in state/local installation codes.

Operation of the equipment should be performed by qualified or authorized personnel who have read this manual and understand and are familiar with the functions of the equipment.

Service of the equipment should be performed by qualified personnel who are knowledgeable with American Range products.

VENTILATION HOODS

Means must be provided for any commercial, heavy-duty cooking appliance to exhaust combustion waste products to the outside of the building. Usual practice is to place the unit under an exhaust hood. Filters and drip troughs should be part of any industrial hood. Consult local codes before constructing and installing a hood.

Room air movement should be monitored during installation. Strong exhaust fans in the hood or in the overall air conditioning system can produce a slight vacuum in the room and/or cause air drafts – either may interfere with the pilot or main burner performance and can also be hard to diagnose. If pilot burner or main burner outage problems persist – make up air openings or baffles may have to be provided in the room.

INSTALLATION - GAS STANDARDS AND CODES

IMPORTANT - The installation of this appliance must conform to local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel

Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 Natural Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149-1 or the Propane Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149-2 as applicable, including:

1. The appliance and its individual shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any

pressure testing of that system at test pressure in excess of 1/2 psi (3.45 kPa).

2. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing the individual manual shut-off

valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system.

The appliance, when installed, must be wired and electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2 as applicable.

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DANGER

1. A manual gas shut-off valve must be installed in the gas supply (service) line ahead of the appliance and gas pressure

regulator in the gas stream for safety and ease of future maintenance/service.

2. The gas pressure regulator supplied with the appliance must be installed prior to connecting the equipment to the gas

supply line. Failure to install a regulator will void the equipment warranty and result in a potentially hazardous condition.

3. Please contact the factory, a factory representative, or local service company to perform maintenance and repairs.

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GAS CONNECTION - The single deck oven requires one gas connection; the double deck oven requires two gas connections.

The gas inlet line size of this appliance is 3/4" NPT. For proper operation, the gas service supply line must be the same size or greater than the inlet line size of the appliance.

MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE - A gas pressure regulator and a contractor-supplied shut-off valve must be plumbed in the gas service line ahead of the appliance – in a physical location where it can be reached quickly in the event of an emergency.

A A

B B

NATURAL GAS

A. Gas pressure regulator

B. 90º Street elbow

C. Adapter (must be 3/4" male pipe thread)

D. Flexible connector

E. Manual gas shut-off valve

F. 3/4" gas supply

G. Use pipe-joint compound

C

D C E

F

LP GAS

A. Gas pressure regulator

B. 90º Street elbow

C. Adapter (must be 3/4" male pipe thread)

D. Flexible connector

E. Manual gas shut-off valve

F. 3/4" gas supply

G. Use pipe-joint compound

H. Step down regulator

C

D C E

G G

The gas pressure regulator must be installed in the gas line – failure to install a pressure regulator will void the equipment warranty. The regulators supplied with ranges have 3/4" NPT connections; the regulator is adjusted at the factory for

5" W.C (water column) manifold gas pressure (natural gas) or 10" W.C. manifold gas pressure for propane gas operation.

H

F

Before connecting the regulator, check the incoming line pressure – as these regulators can only withstand a maximum inlet pressure of 14" W.C. (1/2 PSI); exceeding this pressure will damage them. Visually double check any installer-supplied intake pipes and/or blow them out using compressed air to clear any dirt or debris, threading chips, or other foreign matter – before installing a service line.

Those particles will clog gas orifices when gas pressure is applied. Compounds used on threaded joints of this appliance piping must be resistant to the action of NG and LP gas and provide a gas tight seal to prevent leaks. If the gas supply line pressure is greater than this amount, a step-down regulator will be required. A gas flow direction arrow is cast into the body of the regulator to minimize installation error – it should point downstream to the appliance. The blue air vent cap on the top of the regulator is part of the regulator and should not be removed.

Any adjustment to the regulator must be made only by qualified and licensed service personnel with the proper calibrated test equipment. Gas connections should be performed by a qualified licensed contractor.

RATING PLATE - The information on the rating plate defines the model, serial number, gas type (natural or liquid propane), operating pressures and burner

BTU ratings. Keep this information for future reference. It is essential for proper identification of the unit when requesting additional information or factory support.

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MODEL: AR-6-C

GAS TYPE: NAT

3013256

SERIAL NO.

999999-999

MAN. PRESS: 5.0

IN. W.C.

X

INNOVECTION:

CONVECTION:

V

V

120

120

PHASE 1

PHASE 1

A

A

3

5

CYCLE 60

CYCLE 60

INPUT-BTU/HOUR/BURNER

OPEN TOP

GRIDDLE

BROILER

HOT TOP

32,000

20,000

15,000

20,000

SM. OVEN

STD. OVEN

CON/NV

OVEN

27,000

35,000

BACK

SIDES

CLEARANCES

NON-COMB. COMB.

0”

0”

30,000

FOR USE ONLY ON NONCOMBUSTIBLE FLOORS

CURB MOUNT MUST HAVE 2" OVERHANG

INTENDED FOR OTHER THAN HOUSEHOLD USE

ANSI Z83.11a/CSA 1.8a-2007 Food Service Equipment

4"

12"

Rating Plate

WARNING

Appliances must be connected only to the type of gas identified on the rating plate.

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INSTALLATION - ELECTRIC UTILITY CONNECTIONS - STANDARDS AND CODES

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WARNING

The installation instructions contained here are for the use of qualified installation and service personnel only. Installation or service by other than qualified personnel will void the warranty and may result in damage to the oven and/or injury to the operator.

Qualified installation personnel are individuals, a firm or a company which either in person or through a representative are engaged in and responsible for the installation of electrical wiring from the electric meter, main control box or service outlet to the electric appliance.

Qualified installation personnel, licensed and bonded, must be experienced in such work, familiar with all precautions required and have complied with all requirements of state or local authorities having jurisdiction.

U.S. AND CANADIAN INSTAllATIoNS - All ovens, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of codes, with the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70 - Latest Edition and/or Canadian National Electrical

Code C22.2 as applicable.

The ventilation of these ranges should be in accordance with local codes. In absence of local codes, refer to the national ventilation code titled, Standard for the Installation of Equipment for the Removal of Smoke and Grease Laden Vapors from Commercial

Cooking Equipment, NFPA-96-Latest Edition.

GENERAL ExPORT INSTALLATIONS - Installation must conform to Local and National Standards. Local installation codes and/or requirements may vary. If you have any questions regarding the proper installation or operation of your American Range

Convection Oven, please contact your local distributor. If you do not have a local distributor, contact American Range

Corporation at 1.888.753.9898 or visit us at www.americanrange.com

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION - The standard gas operated convection ovens require a 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 AMP electrical service for operation. The supply cord provided on the appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for protection against electrical shock hazard. The electrical service in the building must be equipped with a properly grounded three-prong receptacle, in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or in Canada – to

Canadian electrical codes, CSA C22.2. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.

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WARNING

ElECTRICAl GROUNdING INSTRUCTIONS

The appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against electrical shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle.

Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from the plug.

For gas fired 120 VAC units and any NEC compliant receptacle, proper ground and correct polarity is required.

Electric convection ovens are configured at the factory for operation from 208 VAC, single phase, or 208 VAC, three-phase electrical service is also an available configuration. Consult wiring diagram located at the end of this manual and on the back side of the appliance.

CAUTION

N L L N

G G

GOOD NO GOOD

120 VAC POLARITY SPECS A39074

NOTE No attempt should be made to operate this appliance during an electrical service failure. The appliance is not capable of operation without specified gas and electric requirements.

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CASTER INSTALLATION

When installing provided casters, match holes on the caster with holes on the oven bottom base and fasten with the hardware provided. Locking-type casters must be installed in the front.

Ovens with casters must be installed with the locking front casters supplied, a flexible connector complying with ANSI Z21.69.

CGA6.16 and a quick-disconnect device complying with ANSI Z21.41CGA 6.9. Adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of the appliance without depending on the connector and the quick-disconnect device or its associated piping to limit the appliance movement.

LEVELING

A carpenter’s spirit level should be placed on the oven floor, and the unit leveled both front-to-back and side-to-side. If the unit is not level, cakes, casseroles and any other liquid or semi-liquid batter will not bake evenly, burner combustion may become erratic, and the unit will not function properly.

If the kitchen floor is relatively smooth and level, the unit may be leveled by turning the "foot" section of the leg, since casters are not adjustable. Identify the high corner and level the unit if the adjustment required exceeds the 1-1/4" limit use metal shims.

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CAUTION When lighting the gas oven, dO NOT stand with your face close to the combustion chamber.

All American Range Corporation appliances are adjusted and tested before leaving the factory, effectively matching them to appropriate atmospheric conditions. We recommend that adjustments and calibrations are performed upon installation to assure proper operation of the unit and avoid possible problems caused by rough handling or vibration during shipment. This work must be performed only by qualified service personnel. These adjustments are the responsibility of the customer and/or dealer and are not covered by warranty.

Check all gas connections for leaks with a soapy water solution before lighting the oven. DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME TO

CHECK FOR LEAKS! Putting an open flame beside a new gas connection is extremely dangerous and may result in serious injury or death.

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TYPICAL MODEL & PARTS IDENTIFICATION

LEFT

REAR

LEFT

FRONT

CENTER

REAR

CENTER

FRONT

OVEN

BURNER ON

LIGHT

RIGHT

REAR

RIGHT

FRONT

OVEN THERMOSTAT

2

ON

OFF

BURNER

ON

COOL

DOWN

CONVECTION / INNOVECTION

FAN SWITCH (IF SO EQUIPPED)

1

6

5

3

4

1. Pilot

2. high Shelf

3. Grates

4. Ignition

5. Door

6. Burner valves

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INSTALLATION CHECKLIST

This checklist has been developed to assure proper installation of your oven.

To validate warranty, you must mail, e-mail or fax this form and a copy of your receipt to:

AMERICAN RANGE CUSToMER SERvICE, 13592 DESMoND STREET, PACoIMA, CA 91331 [email protected]

818.897.8839 FAX

Street:___________________________________________ Purchase Date:___________________________________

City, State, Zip Code:_______________________________

E-mail:__________________________________________

Telephone:______________________________________

Installation Date:__________________________________

Installer’s Name:__________________________________

Company:______________________________________

Dealer:________________________________________ Telephone:______________________________________

CHECK ALL THAT APPLY

Appearance and Aesthetics

0 Exterior

0 Top section

0 Oven interior

Electrical Connection

0 Correct voltage

0 Grounded outlet

0 Polarized outlet

0 No GFCI

Installation

0 Read User Manual

0 Review Safety Instructions

0 Proximity to cabinets

0 Backguard in place

0 Level

0 Ventilation system

Gas Connection

0 Verify fuel: 0 Natural -or- 0 LP

0 Gas shut-off present and accessible

0 Gas Supply line properly sized

0 Gas Supply pressure checked

0 Operating pressure checked

0 All connections checked for leaks

Ignition

0 Top Burners

0 Griddle

0 Char Broiler

0 Oven Burner

0 Infrared Broiler

Controls

0 Burner Knobs

0 Thermostats

0 Char Broiler

0 Convection Oven Fan & Switch

0 Oven Light Switch

Flame Adjustment

0

Top Burners

0

Griddle

0

Char Broiler

0

Oven Burner

0

Infrared Broiler oven Door

0

Alignment

0

Door Seal

0

Hinges

Air/Gas Mixture

0 Top Burners

0 Griddle

0 Char Broiler

0 Oven Burner

0 Infrared Broiler valve operation

0 Top Burners

0 Griddle

0 Char Broiler

0 Oven Burner

0 Infrared Broiler

Customer Copy

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Before lighting, check all joints in the gas supply line for leaks. do not use oPen flame to check foR leaks! use soap and water solution.

TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS USING A SOAPY WATER SOLUTION

1. Turn pilot valves to OFF position by turning adjustment screws clockwise.

2. Turn ON the manual gas valve at the inlet side of the gas supply line.

3. Check for gas leaks at the flexible coupling or gas connector fitting using a solution of one part soap and three parts water.

4. Sparingly spray or brush the soapy solution at the gas fittings; active bubbling indicates location of gas leak.

5. If a gas leak is detected turn off the manual gas valve at the inlet side of the gas line. Call your certified and licensed service

technician.

oPEN BURNER / GRIDDlE / RAISED GRIDDlE-BRoIlER

PILOT ADJUSTMENT SCREW

1. Turn pilot adjustment screw counter-clockwise, then light standing pilot and

adjust flame 1/4" high.

2. Turn ON gas valves to light main burners.

3. For complete shut down, shut-off gas valves and turn pilot adjustment screw

clockwise to shut-off gas to the pilots.

OVEN

+

MORE GAS

-

LESS GAS

1. Turn thermostat to the OFF position.

2. Wait five minutes.

3. Access the burner compartment by lifting up the kickplate and rotating forward to expose the safety valve.

4. Push in and hold the safety valve button at the bottom of the oven.

5. Light the pilot by repeatedly pressing the piezo electric ignition button; keep safety valve button pressed in until the pilot stays

lit when released.

6. If pilot goes out repeat steps 2 -5.

7. Set thermostat to desired temperature.

8. Turn the thermostat to the OFF position for complete shut down; shut-off main gas valve.

LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR GAS FIRED CONVECTION OVENS

1. Before attempting to light this appliance, the cover, if so equipped should be open.

2. Turn OFF the manual gas valve located at the outlet side of the gas supply line.

3. Turn the manual gas supply valve to the OFF position.

4. Set the thermostat to the OFF position.

5. Press the power switch to the OFF position.

6. Wait five minutes.

7. This appliance is equipped with an automatic spark ignition device which automatically lights the burner.

Do not try to light the burner with a match.

8. Turn the manual gas supply valve to the ON position.

9. Press the power switch to the COOK position.

10. Set the thermostat to the desired temperature. The direct spark ignitor will light the burner. If burner does not light, go back to steps 2 - 9 above and repeat the process.

If the problem persists, call your factory personnel.

11. The cover, if so equipped, should be placed in the closed position.

12. If gas odor is detected, turn off the gas valve and follow lighting instructions beginning from step 1.

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TO SHUT DOWN THE GAS FIRED CONVECTION OVEN

1. Set the thermostat to the OFF position.

2. Press the power switch to the OFF position.

3. Turn the manual gas supply valve to the OFF position.

FINAL PREPARATION

On initial installation, turn the oven thermostat to 250ºF and operate the unit for about one hour, then reset the thermostat to its maximum temperature and operate the unit for an additional hour. This will drive off any manufacturing oils remaining in the unit.

Let the unit cool, then thoroughly clean interior surfaces using hot soapy water.

HI-SHELF INSTALLATION

CLEARANCES

NoN-CoMBUSTIBlE WAllS CoMBUSTIBlE WAllS

Rear Sides Rear Sides

0" 0" 4" 12"

For installation on a non-combustible floor only.

HI-SHELF ASSY

MOUNTING CHANNEL

MOUNTING CHANNEL

RANGE BODY BACK

REAR VIEW SHOWN

1. Slide hi-shelf assembly from top with mounting channels going inside the body sides.

2. Set on top of support brackets and screw to body sides at rear.

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MAINTENANCE

Periodic:

1. Remove surface burners and clean with warm water and wire brush. Make sure the tiny burner ports are not clogged.

2. Check valves for operation and clean if necessary. Consult your service agency or local gas company.

RAISED GRIDDlE - BRoIlER

Daily:

1. Season prior to use. To season, pour a small amount of cooking oil (1 ounce / sq. ft. or 28g / .1 sq meter of surface) over the

top. With a cloth, spread oil over the entire surface to create a thin film. Wipe off any excess oil with a cloth. Turn burner

on very low and allow oil burn off. Repeat the procedure three times before regular use.

2. Remove and empty grease pan. Clean thoroughly and replace.

3. Remove rack and grease pans. Clean with soap and water.

4. Wipe the inside clean.

5. Clean griddle plate with warm, soapy water. Rinse with warm water.

6. Turn griddle on and rinse again with warm water to boil-out any soap left at the edges of the griddle plate.

7. Repeat step one after cleaning process.

Periodic:

1. Remove burner assembly and clean with warm water and wire brush. Make sure the tiny burner ports are not clogged.

2. Remove griddle plate assembly and thoroughly scrape and clean the underside.

OVEN

Daily:

1. Wipe clean the inside of the oven.

2. Remove oven racks and clean with soap and water.

3. Reassemble after cleaning.

4. Remove racks and rack guides (convection oven) and clean.

Periodic:

1. Remove burner and clean with warm water and wire brush. Make sure the tiny burner ports are not clogged.

2. Check the rear flue way and clean if any debris exists.

STAINLESS STEEL PARTS - Do not use steel wool, abrasive cloths, cleansers or powders to clean Stainless Steel surfaces. All

Stainless Steel parts should be wiped regularly with hot soapy water during the day and a Stainless Steel liquid cleaner at the end of the day. To remove encrusted materials, soak in hot water to loosen the material, then use a wood or nylon scraper. Contact the factory, factory representative or a local service company to perform maintenance and repairs.

MAINTENANCE SUMMARY

1. Never attempt to run oven with motor off.

2. Cool down after cooking is finished.

3. Periodically lubricate the pivot pins of the oven door hinge. Use a multi-purpose lubricating oil sparingly.

4. Door chain assembly and door bushing must be inspected periodically and adjusted or replaced to ensure

satisfactory operation of doors.

5. Clean the burner air shutter and burner chamber. Remove any accumulation of debris by hand.

6. Check blower wheel for any accumulation of debris. Remove by hand, do not use any tools.

7. Replace burned out light bulbs.

8. Excessive use will result in excessive wear and tear.

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ITEM

NO.

8

9

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

A14023 Burner Head, Lift Off Standard AR

A14024 Burner, Venturi Long Only 10447

10

11

A99585

A29301

Hanger, Burner AR Series 1180

Valve, Dual Gas Pilot 1/8 x 3/16C 10432

12A A11200 Pilot Tip, Assembly Short New Front Open Burner AR Series

18

20

21

12B A32012 Pilot Tip, Assembly Long New Rear Open Burner AR Series

13 A14037 Air Shutter, 2" 10464

14

15

A14025 Burner, Venturi Short Only 10446

A17000 Grates, Top 12" x 12" Cast Iron 10450-12

16 A99317 Flue, Oven AR Ranges 10207

A80011 Valve, Pressure Regulator 3/4 10481 LP Gas Set 10.0

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22

23

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A80110 Valve, Pressure Regulator 3/4 10480 Nat Gas Set 5.

A99602 Channel, High Rise AR Range 1037 Standard

A99314 Bracket, Top Grate w/Support 1181 Short Aluminized Metal

A99315 Bracket, Top Grate w/Support 1182 Long Aluminized Metal

A14048 Burner & Deflector Assembly

A28000 Fitting, 3/8 CC x 1/4 MIP Brass 10011

A11101 Thermostat, BJ Griddle/Gas Oven 10421 1 Outlet

BJWA25PB-04-48

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26

A23100 Nipple, Flanged BJ Thermostat 10012

A29000 Orifice Hood, #39 1/2" Brass 11039

A29007 Orifice Hood, #53 1/2" Brass

A14049 Air Shutter, 1" Oven Burner 10474 AR Range

R14020 Burner, Bake Oven ARROB/ARRSB

A11100 Thermocouple, 18" 2C AR Range 10485

A35001 Leg, 6" Cone 3" Adjustable Bullet Chrome Plated NSF

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41

A35014

A35015

A80100

A24001

A10010

Caster, 4" Swivel Plate Mount No Brake NSF AR, AGBU, ACB

Caster, 4" Swivel Plate Mount w/Brake NSF AR, AGBU, ACB

Valve, Safety TS-11J AR Ranges 10425

Elbow, Orifice Mixr 1/4Px3/8-27 10010

Ignitor, Piezo & Locking Nut 10434

A11104 Pilot, Nat Gas .018 5SL-2 AR/SAG 10413

A11132 Pilot, LP Gas AR Series Ranges 10413L SAG

A23010 Plug, 1/8" Pipe Hex Black All Manifolds

A15000 Manifold, 36" AR Range Standard

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43

44

45

A15006 Manifold, 24" AR Range Standard

A15013 Manifold, 48" AR Range Standard

A15014 Manifold, 60" AR Range Standard

A15016 Manifold, 72" AR Range Standard

A44003 Nut, Speed #6 Push Black 10601

A80109 Valve, Manual On/Off UL 10419 AR, ARKB, ARRB, AECB

A38000 Name Plate, American Range 8" 10499

Quality Commercial Chrome

ITEM

NO.

48

50

51

52

53

54

55

59

60

PART

NO.

DESCRIPTION

A32012 Bezel, BJ Thermostat 10440

A32001 Knob, Gas On/Off Glossy Black Flat Down

A53034 Tube, Handle AR6 Heavy Duty SS .049W 1-1/4" x 27.75" 180

Grit

A53036 Tube, Handle AR4 Heavy Duty SS .049W 1-1/4" x 21-3/4" 180

Grit

A99500 Door, AR-6 36" Oven Assembly 10214-36 Heavy Duty

Construction

A99649 Door, AR-4 Oven Assembly 10214-24 Heavy Duty Construction

A47002 Rivet, 3/16 x 1/8 Steel

A32150 Bracket, Door Handle Heavy Duty 18164 Chrome Plated AR

Range

A99010 Frame, Door AR 36" Assembly w/Rod Spring, Hinges and Cotter

Pin

A99023 Frame, Door AR 24" Assembly w/Rod Spring, Hinges and Cotter

Pin

A99531 Crumb Tray, AR 24"/ARHP-24 1026-24

A99532 Crumb Tray, 36" AR-6/ARHP-36 1026-36

A99533 Crumb Tray, ARHP-48", SUHP-48" 1026-48, AR-8 Range

A31020 Rack, Oven AR4 20-7/8" x 19-7/8" 1321-24 NSF Chrome Plated

A31025 Rack, Oven AR6 26-3/8" x 20-7/8" 1321-36 Chrome Plated

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57

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56

55

53

52

51

50

49

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45

4

44

5

6

6

7

8

9

10

11

50

55

45

40

35

30

25

10

15

20

27

32

31

30

29

28

26

25

24

33

34

35

36

12

23 37

38

13

22

21

14

15

20

16

19

17

18

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14

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10

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8

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NO.

PART NO.

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2

4

5

6

25

26

39

DESCRIPTION

A91100

Motor, Innovection Fan Assembly ARR-Range Series / NV

Ranges

A91206 Fan, Blade Innovection Motor

A91202 Blower Baffle

A13100

Cord, Power NEMA 5/15P SJT 16/3 6' Black Roj 5-1/2 GRN#10

Term

A80110 Valve, Pressure Regulator 3/4" Natural Gas

A80011 Valve, Pressure Regulator 3/4" LP Gas

A28032 Elbow, 3/8" Compression Brass

A80101 Solenoid, Valve Safety Gas 115V

A29303 Elbow, 3/16CC - 1/8COMPC Brass

A28038 Elbow, Brass 3/8CC X 3/8 MNPT

A15037 Manifold Pipe (Convection) AR

A35014 Caster, 4" Swivel Plate Mount No Brake NSF AR, AGBU, ACB

A35015 Caster, 4" Swivel Plate Mount W/ Brake NSF AR, AGBU, ACB

A35001 Leg, 6" Cone 3" Adjustable Bullet Chrome Plated NSF

A11105 Thermostat, KXT Electric M/MSD

A60001 Timer, Cooking 60 Minute 10408 M/MSD, ARC

A99713 Bracket, KXT Thermostat M/MSD 1330 ARC

A32017 Knob, Timer M/MSD Series

A32005 Knob, Dial KXT Thermostat 10411 M/MSD Series, ARC/SAG

A32012 Bezel, BJ Thermostat

A10011 Light, Indicator 120V Red 12.7 10407 W/Wire Lead & Male Term

A10002 Switch, Rocker ON/OFF Innovection Oven

A28020 Nut, Reducer 1/4" - 3/16CC 10428

A28021 Sleeve, Ball 3/16" Tube Barrel

A11118 Orifice, Bell .018 AR/AF Nat Gas

A11110 Orifice, Bell .010 LPG Gas

A11104 Pilot, Nat Gas .018 5SL-2 AR/SAG

A11132 Pilot, LP Gas .010 5SL-2 AR/SAG

R14020 Burner, Bake Oven ARROB/ARRSB/AR Ranges

A44003 Nut, Speed, 6# Push Black 10601

A38000 Name Plate, American Range 8" Quality Commercial Chrome

A32001 Knob, Gas ON/OFF Glossy Black

A80109 Valve, Gas Manual ON/OFF UL 10419

A29301 Valve, Dual Gas Pilot 1/8 X 3/16C

A24000 Elbow, Orifice Mixr 3/8C-3/8- 27 10442

A99713 Bracket, Orifice Bracket ARC

A29000 Orifice Hood, #39, 1/2" Brass 11039

A29007 Orifice Hood, #53, 1/2" Brass

ITEM

NO.

48

51

52

53

40

41

47

54

55

PART

NO.

DESCRIPTION

A14049 Air Shutter, 1"

A31025 Rack, Oven AR6 26-3/8" X 20-7/8"

A14023 Burner, Lift Off Head Standard

A14024 Burner, Venturi Long Only 10447

A11200 Pilot, Tip Assembly Short New Front Open Burner AR Series

A11201 Pilot, Tip Assembly Long New Front Open Burner AR Series

A14037 Air Shutter, 2" 10464

A14025 Burner, Venturi Short Only 10446

A17000 Grate, Top 12" X 12" Cast Iron 10450-122

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PoSSIBlE CAUSE

AR Series Ranges

TRoUBlEShooTING GUIDE

SUGGESTED ACTION

SYMPToM: heating elements do not come on.

Unit is not connected to gas or electrical service

Thermostat is set to very low temperature

SYMPToM: oven does not reach selected temperature.

May not have been on long enough

Thermostat may be defective

Too little gas pressure, dirty gas line

SYMPToM: Convection fan does not operate.

Unit is not connected to electrical service

Power switch is off

Circuit breaker is tripped

SYMPToM: General baking problems.

Unit set to "standard" bake temperature

Thermostat out of calibration

Visually check unit is wired to gas or electrical service

Set temperature to desired value

Unit preheats to 350ºF in about ten minutes

Unit will require service

Call for authorized service

Visually check unit is wired to electrical service

Move switch to ON position

Reset the breaker, observe operation

Set unit to "lower" convection bake temperature, operate for shorter time

Unit will require service

!

WARNING Always disconnect the electrical power service before cleaning or servicing the range.

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WARRANTY REQUIREMENT

For reliable operation and for your own safety, this professional cooking equipment must be installed by a certified/licensed contractor.

Failure to comply will void any written or implied warranty.

Should the equipment require service during the standard warranty period, the receipt proving certified installation must be made available to American Range for verification.

If installation was not performed by a certified/licensed contractor be prepared to submit a major credit card for payment for proper installation prior to service.

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818.897.1670 fax www.americanrange.com

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