Owners Manual - Popcorn Supply Company

Owners Manual - Popcorn Supply Company
Instruction Manual
P-60 / Sixty Special Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Model: 2086, 1866
Model: 2085, 2656
10700 Medallion Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241-4807 USA
© 2015 Gold Medal Products Co.
Part No. 49064
P-60 / Sixty Special
Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
DANGER
Machine must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock to personnel.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury, or death.
DO NOT immerse any part of this equipment in water.
DO NOT use excessive water when cleaning.
Keep cord and plug off the ground and away from moisture.
Always unplug the equipment before cleaning or servicing.
Make sure all machine switches are in the OFF position before plugging the
equipment into the receptacle.
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DANGER
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury, or death. Any alterations to this equipment will
void the warranty and may cause a dangerous condition. NEVER make
alterations to this equipment. Read the Installation, Operating, and
Maintenance Instructions thoroughly before installing, servicing, or operating
this equipment.
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WARNING
To avoid burns, DO NOT touch the kettle or any heated surface.
DO NOT place or leave objects in contact with heated surfaces.
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WARNING
ALWAYS wear safety glasses when servicing this equipment.
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WARNING
No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
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WARNING
Read and understand operator’s manual and all other safety instructions
before using this equipment. To order copies of the operator’s manual go to
gmpopcorn.com or write to Gold Medal Products Co., 10700 Medallion Drive,
Cincinnati, OH 45241 USA 1-(800)-543-0862
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)
WARNING
DO NOT allow direct contact of this equipment by the public when used in
food service locations. Only personnel trained and experienced in the
equipment operation may operate this equipment.
Carefully read all instructions before operation.
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WARNING
This machine is NOT to be operated by minors.
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Note: Improvements are always being made to Gold Medal’s equipment. This
information may not be the latest available for your purposes. It is critical that
you call Gold Medal’s Technical Service Department at 1-800-543-0862 for any
questions about your machine operations, replacement parts, or any service
questions. (Gold Medal Products Co. does not assume any liability for injury due
to careless handling and/or reckless operation of this equipment.)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Inspection of Shipment
After unpacking, check thoroughly for any damage which may have occurred in transit. Claims
should be filed immediately with the transportation company. The warranty does not cover
damage that occurs in transit, or damage caused by abuse, or consequential damage due to the
operation of this machine, since it is beyond our control (reference warranty in back of manual).
Manual
Read and understand the operator’s manual and all other safety instructions before using this
equipment. To order copies of the operator’s manual go to gmpopcorn.com or write to Gold
Medal Products Co., 10700 Medallion Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45241 USA 1-(800)-543-0862.
Model Description
2085: Sixty Special 6 oz. Popper, unit has a red dome.
2656: Ultra Sixty Special 6 oz. Popper unit equipped with a PowerOffTM Control feature,
heavy duty doors, and a red dome.
2086: P-60 6 oz. Popper; copper colored.
1866: P-60 6 oz. Popper unit equipped with a PowerOffTM Control feature; copper colored.
Items Included with this Unit
6.5cc Measure
Aluminum Scoop
Bulb for Cabinet
Interior
6 oz. Measure
Knobs with Tee Bolts
(for Popper Doors)
Knob with Screw
(for Old Maid Pan)
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Setup
This unit has been tested at the factory.
1. Remove all packaging and tape prior to operation.
2. Place the unit on a sturdy, level base.
3. The popper unit has 4 glide feet preinstalled at the factory (see image below). Install a
Rubber Crutch Tip on each of the 4 glide feet. Firmly push the crutch tip over the glide
until it covers the glide entirely.
4. Door knobs are shipped in the accessories pack located inside the machine. Install a
door knob with tee bolt on each popper door; install the knob with screw on the old
maid pan.
5. Carefully install the light bulb (do not over-tighten) into the lamp holder located in the
cabinet interior. Ensure the unit is OFF and unplugged before installing or changing
the bulb (reference the Electrical Requirements section).
Glide (pre-installed
at the factory)
Rubber Crutch Tip
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Electrical Requirements
The following power supply must be provided:
2085, 2086, 1866: 120 V~, 1220 W, 60 Hz
2656: 120 V~, 1300 W, 60 Hz
DANGER
Machine must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock to personnel.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury, or death.
DO NOT immerse any part of this equipment in water.
DO NOT use excessive water when cleaning.
Keep cord and plug off the ground and away from moisture.
Always unplug the equipment before cleaning or servicing.
Make sure all machine switches are in the OFF position before plugging the
equipment into the receptacle.
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Your electrician must furnish sufficient power for proper machine operation. We recommend
this equipment be on a dedicated and protected circuit. Failure to wire properly will void the
warranty and may result in damage to the machine. It is Gold Medal Products Co.’s recommendation
that this machine be plugged directly into a wall outlet. The use of extension cords is not
recommended due to safety concerns, and may cause sacrificed and/or reduced performance.
Make sure cord is located to prevent a trip hazard or unit upset.
Before You Plug In Machine
1. Make sure all machine switches are in the OFF position before plugging the equipment
into the receptacle.
2. Make sure the wall outlet can accept the grounded plugs (where applicable) on the
power supply cord.
3. The wall outlet must have the proper polarity. If in doubt, have a competent
electrician inspect the outlet and correct if necessary.
4. DO NOT use a grounded to un-grounded receptacle adapter (where applicable).
5. Install the unit in a level position.
CAUTION
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by Gold Medal Products Co.,
its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Controls and Their Functions
KETTLE HEAT SWITCH
Two position, ON/OFF lighted rocker switch - supplies power to the heating element in the
kettle. The green switch light ON indicates there is power to the kettle heating element.
KETTLE MOTOR SWITCH
Two position, ON/OFF lighted rocker switch - supplies power to the kettle agitator motor.
The Kettle Motor Switch MUST be ON at all times when there is popcorn (popped or unpopped) in the kettle.
LIGHTS/WARMER SWITCH
Two position, ON/OFF lighted rocker switch - supplies power to the interior cabinet light
and corn pan heat element.
Label used on Models with
PowerOff Control feature.
Lights/Warmer
Switch
Kettle Motor Switch
Kettle Heat Switch
POWEROFF CONTROL (Model 2656 and 1866)
The PowerOff Control feature will automatically turn the kettle heat off after 15 minutes
of idle time (no popcorn popped). The PowerOff Control will prevent the heat element and
thermostat from cycling OFF-ON if the Kettle Heat Switch is left on. This feature saves
electrical power and extends the life of the kettle heating element and thermostat.
1. When the Kettle Heat Switch is turned ON, and the kettle thermostat switches OFF,
the PowerOff Control’s 15 minute timer starts; the 15 minute timer resets each
time a batch of popcorn is popped.
2. The small green neon light in the Kettle Heat Switch will blink OFF-ON to indicate
the kettle has been automatically turned OFF.
3. To restart the kettle heating, cycle the Kettle Heat Switch OFF-ON.
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Popping Corn
This section describes instructions for popping Standard (salted popcorn).
Amount of Popcorn and Oil
Your new popper is equipped with a corn, salt, and oil measure. We recommend flavored and
colored coconut oil. Popcorn popped in coconut oil stays fresh longer and does not leave black
deposits in your kettle like other oils. Use only top quality, fresh popcorn from reputable suppliers.
Ingredient amounts for popping Standard Popcorn:
Kettle Size
6 oz.
Popcorn Charge
6 oz. (177 ml)
Oil Charge
2 oz. (59 ml)
Flavacol (Salt)
1/2 Tblsp. (7.5cc)
For best results use Mega-Pop® 6 oz. premeasured pouches (Item# 2836).
Popping Standard (Salted) Popcorn
1. Turn the Lights/Warmer, Kettle Heat and Kettle Motor Switches ON.
2. To determine when the kettle is ready to pop corn (about 4 minutes), test pop three
kernels of corn and one ounce (30 ml) of popping oil. When the kernels pop, the kettle
is ready for use.
3. Lift the kettle lid and load the Mega-Pop® premeasured popcorn and oil pouch into
kettle, or pour in the popcorn and Flavacol, then add oil in the premeasured amounts
specified above. Close lid.
4. When the corn has finished popping, gently dump the popcorn.
5. On the final kettle of corn, turn the Kettle Heat Switch OFF just as the lids are forced
open by the popping corn. This procedure saves electricity, since the kettle has plenty
of heat, and helps eliminate smoke/odor from any oil residue that remains after
popping has stopped.
6. When finished popping, make sure KETTLE HEAT and KETTLE MOTOR switches are
turned OFF.
NEVER LEAVE THE HEAT ON WHEN YOU ARE NOT POPPING CORN!
Models with PowerOff Control, unit will automatically shut kettle heat OFF after 15
minutes of idle time (no popcorn popped). To restart kettle heating, cycle the Heat
Switch OFF-ON.
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Care and Cleaning
DANGER
Machine must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock to personnel.
DO NOT immerse in water.
Always unplug the equipment before cleaning or servicing.
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Good sanitation practice demands that all food preparation equipment be cleaned regularly (only
use non-toxic, food grade cleaners). A clean looking, well-kept machine is one of the best ways of
advertising your product.
Note: It is extremely important to follow all of the cleaning procedures, otherwise parts
damage and equipment failure will result. The warranty does not cover parts that
are damaged due to improper cleaning.
Daily Kettle Cleaning Instructions
1. In between batches of popping corn, wipe the kettle with a clean, soft cloth. It is easy
to keep the outside of the kettle clean when it is warm and the oil is not baked on.
CAUTION: The hot kettle will cause burns if you touch it with your hand. Allow kettle
to cool at least 1 hour before attempting to clean.
WARNING
To avoid serious burns, DO NOT touch the kettle while it is hot!
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2. Every night, mix Gold Medal’s Heat’n Kleen solution (Item No. 2095), 2 tablespoons
per gallon of water. It is not necessary to use the entire gallon at once; only use
enough to fill the kettle 1/2 inch deep.
3. Turn the kettle heat ON. When the water starts to boil, turn the kettle heat OFF.
4. Allow to cool for 30 minutes, then dump the solution into a bucket and wipe the inside
of the kettle with a clean cloth. Make sure all of the solution goes into the bucket; do
not spill any in the interior of the machine.
If the kettle is very dirty, this step may be repeated more than once or allow solution
to work overnight. The next morning, dump the solution into a bucket and wipe the
inside of the kettle with a clean cloth.
5. With the unit OFF and unplugged, wipe the kettle lead cord with a clean SLIGHTLY damp
cloth. DO NOT get moisture into the kettle lead-in cord, severe damage will result.
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Daily Unit Cleaning Instructions
1. With the machine OFF, unplug the unit and allow it to cool before attempting to clean.
2. Make sure to clean all pans/accessories in order to sanitize them before each use.
3. Take a clean, SLIGHTLY damp cloth and wipe excess grease from the glass and cabinet.
4. Wipe the stainless steel parts with a clean cloth and cleaner designed for stainless
steel, such as Gold Medal Watchdog Stainless Cleaner (Item No. 2088).
DO NOT use oven cleaners or abrasive materials as they will damage parts of the
machine.
5. Clean the glass panels with glass cleaner. Gold Medal Watchdog Glass Cleaner (Item
No. 2588) is recommended.
Ammonia cleaners will damage the plastic doors. Use only non-ammonia cleaners,
such as Gold Medal Watchdog Glass Cleaner (Item No. 2588).
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Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Troubleshooting
Issue
Possible Cause
Solution
Kettle Does Not Heat
A. Power to Unit
A. Make sure power cord is plugged in.
B. Power to the Kettle
B. Make sure the kettle lead-in cord is plugged in.
C. PowerOff Control
C. Units with the PowerOff Control feature, kettle
heat will automatically shut OFF after 15
minutes of idle time (no popcorn popped). To
restart kettle heating, cycle the Heat Switch
OFF-ON. Reference the Controls and Their
Functions section of this manual.
D. Kettle Heat Switch
D. Have a qualified service person check the
voltage to and from the Kettle Heat Switch; if
switch is defective, replace it.
E. Heating Element
E. Heating element in the kettle may be burned
out. Check with a qualified service person for
inspection/repair.
A. Low Voltage
A. If the machine is operated on low voltage, this
could cause the kettle not to reach the proper
operating temperature. Voltage with kettle
turned on, should be at least 112 V. Check with
a qualified electrician.
Long Popping Cycles
(Longer than 4 minutes for
Salt Popcorn)
The use of extension cords is not
recommended due to safety concerns, and
may cause sacrificed and/or reduced
performance. If the use of an extension cord
cannot be avoided then be sure it is no longer
than 10 to 12 ft., and is at least 14 AWG wire.
Kettle Agitator Shaft not
Rotating (continued on
next page)
B. Inadequate Supply Lines
B. Inadequately sized electrical supply lines, in
addition to being a fire hazard, would also
prevent the kettle from reaching the proper
operating temperature. Check with a qualified
electrician.
C. Inferior Corn
C. Inferior quality corn would result in longer
popping cycles. Use only top quality hybrid
popcorn from reputable suppliers. Even then,
if you let your corn pick up moisture or dry
out, your popping cycles will be slow.
A. Kettle Motor Switch
A. If the kettle agitator shaft is not rotating,
DO NOT pop corn. Make sure the Kettle Motor
Switch is ON. If the switch is ON, and the shaft
is not rotating, the switch or motor may be
faulty, contact qualified service personnel for
inspection/repair.
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Issue
Possible Cause
Solution
Kettle Agitator Shaft not
Rotating (continued)
B. Kettle Agitator Shaft
/Stir Blade
B. If the kettle agitator shaft is not rotating,
DO NOT pop corn. Check the clearance
between the kettle bottom and the stir blade;
it should be 1/32” (use a dime). To adjust,
loosen the set screw in the collars above and
below the crossbar and adjust the agitator
shaft as necessary. Then re-tighten the set
screws in the collars.
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Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Maintenance Instructions
DANGER
Machine must be properly grounded to prevent electrical shock to personnel.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury, or death.
DO NOT immerse any part of this equipment in water.
DO NOT use excessive water when cleaning.
Keep cord and plug off the ground and away from moisture.
Always unplug the equipment before cleaning or servicing.
Make sure all machine switches are in the OFF position before plugging the
equipment into the receptacle.
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DANGER
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury, or death. Any alterations to this equipment will
void the warranty and may cause a dangerous condition. NEVER make
alterations to this equipment. Read the Installation, Operating, and
Maintenance Instructions thoroughly before installing, servicing, or operating
this equipment.
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WARNING
No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
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CAUTION
THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL ARE INTENDED ONLY
FOR QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL WHO ARE FAMILIAR WITH
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. THESE ARE NOT INTENDED FOR THE
OPERATOR.
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ORDERING SPARE PARTS
1. Identify the needed part by checking it against the photos, illustrations, and/or
parts list.
2. Use only approved replacement parts when servicing this unit.
3. When ordering, please include part number, part name, and quantity needed.
4. Please include your model number, serial number, and date of manufacture (located
on the machine nameplate/data plate) with your order.
5. Address all parts orders to:
Parts Department
Gold Medal Products Co.
10700 Medallion Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241-4807
Or, place orders by phone or online:
Phone: (800) 543-0862
(513) 769-7676
Fax:
(800) 542-1496
(513) 769-8500
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Page: gmpopcorn.com
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Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Replacing Broken Glass
Broken glass panels can be easily replaced. Gold Medal Products Co. does not ship glass. It can be
obtained from a local glass shop and always purchase tempered glass.
1. Remove all loose pieces of glass (Dome must be removed to replace glass).
2. Remove all rigid glass channels from around the glass to be replaced. Set it aside as it
must be reused.
3. Carefully remove the rest of the broken glass.
4. Apply decals (if desired) to the new glass panel.
5. Slide rigid glass channels over the exposed sides and bottom of new glass panel.
6. Carefully lower new glass panel into machine.
7. Reinstall Dome.
GLASS DIMENSIONS (Height X Width X Thickness)
Front Glass: 22 3/8” X 16 15/16” X 1/8” (1 Piece)
Side Glass:
22 3/8” X 14 15/16” X 1/8” (2 Pieces)
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6 oz. Kettle Assembly – 56000 – Parts Breakdown
Complete Agitator Assembly
(Includes Lids)
1
8
9
10
10
2
11
12
7
5
3
4
13
14
15*
16
5
* See Parts
List note.
6
17
27
26
16, 18
25
24
20
19
Complete Agitator Assembly
(Includes Lids)
23
22
21
Complete Kettle Bottom Assembly includes
Kettle Shell and Kettle Lead Assembly
Element/Heater View
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6 oz. Kettle Assembly – 56000 Parts List
Item
Part Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
ACORN NUT
8-32 X 1/2 PHIL PAN M/S
6 OZ. KETTLE SHELL
6 OZ. KETTLE LEAD ASSY
DUMP HANDLE RH
DUMP HANDLE KNOB
SPACER (for Dump Handle)
#8-32 X 1 SLOT HEX HD
LID & AGITATOR ASSY (Complete Assembly)
KETTLE CROSSBAR ASSEMBLY
FRONT LID W/FORMED LIFTER
REAR KETTLE LID
AGITATOR BEARING HUB
NEEDLE BEARING
SPUR GEAR (NOTE: Always replace Agitator Spur
Gear and Kettle Drive Motor Gear as a set.
SET SCREW #10-32 X 3/16
6 OZ. AGITATOR SHAFT
SET COLLAR 5/16 ID 5/8 OD
AGITATOR WEIGHT
6 OZ. STIR ROD
15*
16
17
18
19
20
Part No.
56000
47702
47141
49431
49328
49314
47110
49362
38207
59103
59102
49017
49016
43434
47106
47060
41742
69710
46649
69715
69714
Kettle Bottom Assembly – Element/Heater View
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
6 OZ. KETTLE BOTTOM ASSEMBLY (Complete
Assembly - includes Kettle Shell, Kettle Lead
Assembly and parts listed below)
6 OZ. KETTLE GASKET
6 OZ. 780 WATT KETTLE/HEATER
8-32 TOP LOCK NUT (holds Thermostat)
450°F THERMOSTAT
(includes two 6-32 X 3/16 Screws)
THERMOSTAT SHUNT BAR
525°F THERMOSTAT
(includes two 6-32 X 3/16 Screws)
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56000W
49368
56006
67943
76089
47193
76702
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Cabinet Exterior – Front View
2
4
3
5
7, 8
6
1
For Glass Panels,
see Replacing
Glass section.
See Kettle
Assembly
Section
9, 10
Model 2085 shown for
parts reference.
11
Part Number
2085, 2656
2086, 1866
Item
Part Description
1
2
3
4
5
FRONT GLASS DECAL
8-32” X 5/8” TYPE 23 HX HD
TOP PAN (Dome)
GLASS EXTRUSION (Front Glass)
GLASS EXTRUSION (Side glass)
21 5/8” GLASS CHANNEL (used on sides of glass
panels)
15” GLASS CHANNEL (used on top and bottom of
side glass panels)
17” GLASS CHANNEL (used on top and bottom of
front glass panel)
GLIDE
10-24 X 3/4 HEX HD
BLACK CRUTCH TIP
6
7
8
9
10
11
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49158
49052
49452
74164
49508
77506
49052
49769
74164
49508
49509
49509
49510
49510
49511
49511
47328
41314
49123
47328
41314
49123
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Cabinet Exterior – Rear View
**Complete Door Hardware Kit
(See next page for individual
component breakdown).
1
2**
3
For Labels, see
Safety Label
Section.
4
* CAUTION: If supply cord is damaged, it must
be replaced by Gold Medal Products Co., its
service agent, or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
Item
1
2**
3
4
5
6
7
8
9*
5, 6
7
8
9*
Model 2085 shown for parts reference.
Part Number
2085, 2086,
2656
1866
Part Description
MAGNETIC CATCH
COMPLETE DOOR HARDWARE KIT
PLEXIGLASS DOOR
DROP PANEL
KNOB LID LIFT
8-32” X 3/8” PH PAN W/SEMS
OLD MAID PAN
#SR-6P3-4 STRAIN RELIEF
POWER SUPPLY CORD
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47561
61380
49395
49145
47120
42227
49100
76026
22038
47561
61380
49395HD
49145
47120
42227
49100
76026
22038
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Door Hardware Kit 61380 – Individual Component Breakdown
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
9
8
Complete Door Hardware Kit (P/N 61380)
(contains all parts shown above)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part Description
KNOB LID LIFT
TEE BOLT
8-32 X 5/16 SLOTTED HEX
8-32 X 3/8 PH PAN W/SEMS
ACORN NUT #8-32
MALE HINGE SHORT LEFT
FEMALE HINGE LEFT HAND
FEMALE HINGE RIGHT HAND
MALE HINGE SHORT RIGHT
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Part No.
61380
47120
75267
49594
42227
47702
41349
61359
61373
41350
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Cabinet Interior – Hanger Assembly
1
For Labels, see
Safety Label Section.
2
3
4
* See Parts
List note.
12
5
11
6
9*, 10
Data Plate
7
8
See Kettle Assembly
section for Kettle
parts breakdown.
Model 2656 shown for parts reference.
Item
Part Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SMALL SWITCH BOX
SWITCH BOX LABEL
GREEN LIGHTED ROCKER SWITCH
DPST ROCKER SWITCH
LIGHT SHIELD ANGLE
REFLECTOR FLOOD 65W
REAR HANGER ARM
FRONT HANGER ARM
SPUR GEAR (NOTE: Always replace Agitator Spur
Gear and Kettle Drive Motor Gear as a set.)
10-32” X 3/16” SET SCREW
GEAR BLOCK ASSEMBLY
15 AMP TWIST LOCK KETTLE RECPT
9
10
11
12
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Part No.
All Models
48501
48502
42798
42532
47799
41671
49009
49010
47060
41742
67194A
49330
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Cabinet Interior – Bottom View
1
2
6
5
4
See Safety Label Section.
Model 2085 shown for parts reference.
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
Part Description
BOTTOM CORN PAN
WIRE DUCT
(Runs the entire length of the corner post)
CORNER COVER – COVER
CORNER COVER
STRIP HEAT ELEMENT 50W
STRIP HEATER BRACKET
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Part No.
All Models
49506
49091
49104
49105
49440
49425
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Dome Interior – Electrical Components
1
2
8
3
4
7
5
6
Model 2656 shown for
parts reference.
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part Number
2085, 2086
2656, 1866
Part Description
SHORT LIGHT CONICAL
LAMP HOLDER
AUTO KETTLE POWEROFF CNTRL PCB
BRACKET, KETTLE POWEROFF CNTRL
6-32 X 3/8 PHIL PAN M/S
#6 INTERNAL TOOTH L/W 410SS
15 AMP TWIST LOCK KETTLE RECPT
120 VOLT KETTLE DRIVE MOTOR
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49480
47047
49330
47038
49480
47047
55402
55427
39000
39001
49330
47038
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Safety Labels
1
5
2
6
4
3
7
On units with PowerOff
Control feature only.
Unit Labels
8
Kettle Lead In Label
9
Power Cord Labels
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part Number
2085, 2086
2656, 1866
Part Description
WARNING, MAX LAMP 75W
LABEL UNPLUG TO CLEAN
SERVICE LABEL
UNIVERSAL POPPER DECAL
MAIN GROUND LABEL
WARNING, SURFACE CONTACT
LABEL POWEROFF CNTRL
CONDUIT WARNING LABEL
WARNING LABEL CORD
41452
76097
87935
41019
42375
87087
82840
68720
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41452
76097
87935
41019
42375
87087
55436
82840
68720
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P-60 / Sixty Special
Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Accessories
1
3
2
Item
1
2
3
Part Description
STAMPED ALUMINUM SCOOP
MEASURE 6.5 cc
MEASURE 6 oz.
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Part No.
2071
47678
49049
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Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Wiring Diagram
Model No. 2085, 2086
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Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
Model No. 2656, 1866
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P-60 / Sixty Special
Poppers
Model No. 2085, 2656, 2086, 1866
WARRANTY
WARRANTY
Gold Medal Products Co. warrants to the original purchaser each item of its manufacture to
be free of defects in workmanship and material under normal use and service. Gold Medal
Products Co.’s obligation under this warranty is limited solely to repairing or replacing parts,
f.o.b. Cincinnati, Ohio, which in its judgment are defective in workmanship or material and
which are returned, freight prepaid, to its Cincinnati, Ohio factory or other designated point.
Except for “Perishable Parts” on specific machines, the above warranty applies for a period
of two (2) years from the date of original sale to the original purchaser of equipment when
recommended operating instructions and maintenance procedures have been followed. These
are packed with the machine. Parts warranty is two (2) years, labor is six (6) months.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, AND OF ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON OUR PART,
INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY. THERE ARE
NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE
HEREOF. In no event shall Gold Medal Products Co. be liable for special, incidental or
consequential damages. No claim under this warranty will be honored if the equipment covered
has been misused, neglected, damaged in transit, or has been tampered with or changed in any
way. No claim under this warranty shall be honored in the event that components in the unit at
the time of the claim were not supplied or approved by Gold Medal Products Co. This warranty
is effective only when electrical items have been properly attached to city utility lines only at
proper voltages. This warranty is not transferable without the written consent of Gold Medal
Products Co.
The term “Original Purchaser” as used in this warranty shall be deemed to mean that person,
firm, association, or corporation who was billed by the GOLD MEDAL PRODUCTS CO.,
or their authorized distributor for the equipment.
THIS WARRANTY HAS NO EFFECT AND IS VOID UNLESS THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER FIRST CALLS GOLD MEDAL PRODUCTS CO. AT 1-800-543-0862 TO
DISCUSS WITH OUR SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE THE EQUIPMENT PROBLEM,
AND, IF NECESSARY, FOR INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT OF PARTS.
NOTE: This equipment is manufactured and sold for commercial use only.
10700 Medallion Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241-4807 USA
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Phone: (800) 543-0862
(513) 769-7676
Fax: (800) 542-1496
(513) 769-8500
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Gold Medal Products Co. and shall not be used, copied, reproduced, or published in any fashion, including website
display, without its express written consent.
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