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Infrared Cheese Melter
B36-CM / B48-CM / B60-CM / B72-CM
B36-CM-PT / B48-CM-PT / B60-CM-PT / B72-CM-PT
WARNING
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Read installation, operation, and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
1100 Old Honeycutt Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 USA • www.blodgett.com
MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
$30.00
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
MANUAL SECTION SR
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before installing and operating this equipment, be sure everyone involved in its operation is fully trained and aware of
precautions. Accidents and problems can be caused by failure to follow fundamental rules and precautions.
The following symbols, found throughout this manual, alert you to potentially dangerous conditions to the operator,
service personnel, or to the equipment.
DANGER
This symbol warns of immediate hazards that will result in severe injury or death.
WARNING
This symbol refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice that could result in injury or
death.
CAUTION
This symbol refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice that could result in injury,
product damage, or property damage.
NOTICE
This symbol refers to information that needs special attention or must be fully understood,
even though not dangerous.
WARNING
FIRE HAZARD
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of cooking appliances.
Keep area around cooking appliances free and clear of combustibles.
Purchaser of equipment must post in a prominent location detailed instructions to be followed in the event the
operator smells gas. Obtain the instructions from the local gas supplier.
WARNING
BURN HAZARD
Contact with hot surfaces will cause severe burns. Always use caution when operating cooking appliances.
WARNING
EXPLOSION AND ASPHYXIATION HAZARD
In the event a gas odor is detected, shut down equipment at the main gas shutoff valve and immediately call the
emergency phone number of your gas supplier.
Improper ventilation can result in headaches, drowsiness, nausea, and could result in death. Do not obstruct the
flow of combustion and ventilation air to and from cooking appliances.
WARNING
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
For appliances that use electric power, disconnect the power to the appliance before cleaning. Do not remove
panels that require tools to remove.
NOTICE
Blodgett Range appliances are intended for commercial use only. Not for household use.
Warranty will be void if service work is performed by other than a qualified technician, or if other than genuine
Blodgett Range replacement parts are installed.
Give this Owner’s Manual and important papers to the proper authority to retain for future reference.
Copyright © 2005 by Blodgett Range. All rights reserved. Published in the United States of America.
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INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
INTRODUCTION
Table Of Contents
Introduction................................................................................... 4
Specifications ............................................................................... 5
Ventilation..................................................................................... 7
Operation...................................................................................... 8
Cleaning & Maintenance ............................................................ 10
Installation .................................................................................. 12
Service........................................................................................ 18
Parts ........................................................................................... 21
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INTRODUCTION
INFRARED SALAMANDER CHEESE MELTER
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations! You have purchased one of the finest pieces of heavy-duty commercial cooking equipment on the
market.
You will find that your new equipment, like all Blodgett Range equipment, has been designed and manufactured to
meet the toughest standards in the industry. Each piece of Blodgett Range equipment is carefully engineered and
designs are verified through laboratory tests and field installations. With proper care and field maintenance, you will
experience years of reliable, trouble-free operation. For best results, read this manual carefully.
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This manual is for the Blodgett Range Infrared Cheese Melter, which may be mounted over a range or on a wall, or
used as a countertop unit by attaching legs to the base. The serial plate is located under the Cheese Melter bottom
grease drawer at the front, toward the left (see Figure 1 below).
Read these instructions carefully before attempting installation. Installation and initial startup should be performed by
a qualified installer. Unless the installation instructions for this product are followed by a qualified service technician (a
person experienced in and knowledgeable of the installation of commercial gas and/or electric cooking equipment)
then the terms and conditions on the Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty will be rendered void and no warranty of any
kind shall apply.
In the event you have questions concerning the installation, use, care, or service of the product, contact:
Blodgett Range Technical Service
1100 Old Honeycutt Road
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 27526 USA
919-552-9161
www.blodgett.com
Figure 1
Location of Serial Plate
Serial Plate (Hidden under grease drawer)
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OPERATION
SPECIFICATIONS
NOTICE
Local codes regarding installation vary greatly from one area to another. The National Fire Protection Association,
Inc. states in its NFPA 96 latest edition that local codes are the “authority having jurisdiction” when it comes to
installation requirements for equipment. Therefore, installations must comply with all 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 shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psi (3.45 kPa).
2. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2
psi (3.45 kPa).
Blodgett Range reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisions do
not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, additions, or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
This product is intended for commercial use only, not for household use.
CLEARANCES
There must be adequate clearance between the Cheese Melter and adjacent construction due to the heat generated
by the Cheese Melter. Clearance must also be provided for servicing and for operation.
The minimum clearance from non-combustible construction is 1” on the sides and 3.75" on rear (to permit combustion
air to enter the rear of the Cheese Melter). To service the Cheese Melter components -all models require at least 6”
accessibility-clearance on the right and left side.
Adequate clearance must be provided in front of the Cheese Melter for operation and cleaning.
The high-temperature flue products from the Cheese Melter burners flow out through a vented cover on top of the
Cheese Melter. Installation under a vented hood is recommended.
WARNING
MINIMUM CLEARANCES FROM COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
The countertop model requires a minimum clearance from combustible surfaces of 1" on the sides and 3.75” on
rear.
The wall-mount model requires a minimum clearance from combustible surfaces of 1" on the sides and 3.75" on
the rear (which is provided by the wall-mounting bracket).
The range-mount model, to follow range minimum clearance from combustible surfaces of 6" on the sides and
rear.
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OPERATION
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
DIMENSIONS
Figure 2
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MODEL
WIDTH
HEIGHT
DEPTH
WEIGHT
B36-CM/
B36-CM-PT
36”
(915)
21.5”
(546)
15.5”
(394)
135 lb
(61 kg)
B48-CM/
B48-CM-PT
48”
(1220)
21.5”
(546)
15.5”
(394)
175 lb
(79 kg)
B60-CM/
B60-CM-PT
60”
(1524)
21.5”
(546)
15.5”
(394)
220 lb
(100 kg)
B72-CM/
B72-CM-PT
72”
(1829)
21.5”
(546)
15.5”
(394)
265 lb
(120 kg)
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OPERATION
VENTILATION
WARNING
Improper ventilation can result in personal injury or death. Ventilation, which fails to properly remove flue products,
can cause headaches, drowsiness, nausea, or could result in death.
The flue vent, located at the top of the unit, must not be blocked or covered at any time.
All gas appliances must be installed in such a manner that the flow of combustion and ventilation air is not
obstructed. Provisions for adequate air supply must be provided.
NOTICE
Proper ventilation is the owner’s responsibility. Any problem due to improper ventilation will not be covered by the
warranty.
Do not obstruct the front of the Cheese Melter since combustion air enters through this area. Be sure to inspect
and clean the ventilation system according to the ventilation equipment manufacturer’s instructions.
If a ventilation canopy is used, it is recommended that the canopy extend 6" past the Cheese Melter and that the
bottom edge be located 6'6" from the floor. Filters should be installed at an angle of 45° or more from the horizontal.
This position prevents dripping grease and facilitates collecting the run-off grease in a drip pan under the filter.
A strong exhaust fan tends to create a vacuum in the room and may interfere with burner performance or may
extinguish pilot flames. Fresh air openings approximately equal to the fan area will relieve such a vacuum. The
exhaust fan should be installed at least 2" above the vent opening on the top of the Cheese Melter.
If the Cheese Melter is connected directly to an outside flue, a CSA design-certified down draft diverter must be
installed.
In case of unsatisfactory performance by any gas appliance, check the appliance with the exhaust fan turned OFF. Do
this only long enough to check whether doing so corrects any problems with equipment performance. Then turn the
exhaust fan back on and let it run to remove any exhaust that may have accumulated during the test.
GAS SUPPLY
The Cheese Melter is design-certified for operation on natural or propane gases. The Cheese Melter is shipped
configured and adjusted for the type of gas specified by the purchaser, which is indicated on the serial plate (see
Figure 1 on page 4). Connect the Cheese Melter ONLY to the type of gas for which it is configured and adjusted.
Gas Type
Natural Gas
Propane
Total BTU/hour
40,000
40,000
Burner Orifice
No. 54 (P/N 1008754)
No. 64 (P/N 1008764)
Pilot Orifice
0.055 (P/N 1008754)
0.036 (P/N 1008764)
Min. Supply Pressure
7" W.C.
11" W.C.
Manifold Pressure
4" W.C.
10" W.C.
A model that mounts on the flue riser of a range will have a 3/8" rear gas connection (with a 3/8" male NPT connector)
extending through the rear of the flue riser (see Figure 2 on page 6).
Wall-mount and countertop models will have a 3/8” rear gas connection (with a 3/8” male NPT connector). The gas
connection can extend directly out the rear of the Cheese Melter (near the bottom right-rear corner).
Minimum supply pressure is 7" W.C. for natural gas, 11" W.C. for propane. An internal pressure regulator and shutoff
valve are provided. If using a flexible-hose gas connection, the I.D. of the hose must not be smaller than the
connector on the Cheese Melter, and must comply with ANSI Z21.69. Provide an adequate means of restraint to
prevent undue strain on the gas connection. Test pressure should not exceed 14" W.C.
If applicable, the vent line from the gas appliance pressure regulator must be installed to the outdoors in accordance
with 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.
An adequate gas supply is imperative. Undersized or low-pressure lines will restrict the volume of gas required for
satisfactory performance. Fluctuations of more than 25% on natural gas or 10% on propane gas will create problems
and affect burner-operating characteristics. A 1/8" pressure tap is located on the manifold to measure the manifold
pressure. The supply line to the Cheese Melter should be no smaller than the inside diameter of the pipe on the
Cheese Melter to which it is connected.
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OPERATION
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
OPERATION
DANGER
EXPLOSION HAZARD
In the event a gas odor is detected, shut down equipment at the main shutoff valve. Immediately call the
emergency phone number of your gas supplier.
CAUTION
If the Cheese Melter pilots should go out the flow of gas to the Cheese Melter burners is NOT interrupted.
Consequently, it is the responsibility of the operator to check the ignition of the burners immediately EVERY TIME
the Cheese Melter is turned on. Should ignition fail after 10 seconds, turn off burners, wait 5 minutes, and then try
again.
NOTICE
Blodgett Range infrared Cheese Melters cook food in about half the time of conventional Cheese Melters, so
adjust cooking times.
Blodgett Range infrared Cheese Melters are unique in design. They incorporate our exclusive ceramic tile burners,
which generate infrared rays that provide better quality products in about one-half the usual broiling time, and with
less gas input than ordinary Cheese Melters. Very little energy is wasted in heating secondary surfaces, which is
necessary for conventional-type Cheese Melters.
Since the surface of the ceramic tiles becomes red hot in less than one-half minute, the Cheese Melter is ready to
start broiling with a very short preheat time, thereby saving time, labor and energy. These glowing surfaces emit
intense infrared rays, which are transmitted directly onto the product, thereby yielding better tasting broiled food in
less time.
The Cheese Melter design supplies 100% clean primary air to the burners, ensuring efficient combustion and
maintaining full production capacity and maximum recovery, even in the most severe conditions of grease vapors and
smoke atmospheres, which are created during any broiling process.
Blodgett Range infrared Cheese Melters provide such rapid speed and recovery that broiling techniques may
require some modification in order to take full advantage of their productive capabilities.
The location of the Cheese Melter controls and other components are shown in Figure 3 below.
Figure 3
Cheese Melter Operation
Flue Vent
Variable Adjust HI-OFF
Independent Temperature
Control Knobs
Rear Gas Supply
(3/8” NPT Male)
Chrome Rack
Optional 4” Legs
Removable
Grease
Drawer
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Pilot Locations
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OPERATION
LIGHTING AFTER GAS HAS BEEN SHUT OFF
When turning on the main gas supply to an appliance or a group of appliances, do the following:
1. Make sure that all the control valves and power switches of all the appliances are in the OFF position.
2. Turn on the main gas supply valve.
3. Light the standing pilots of each connected appliance.
OPERATION OF INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
Blodgett Range infrared Cheese Melters finish product in half the time of ordinary Cheese Melters. The burners
reach operating temperature in just 90 seconds, and their intense infrared energy quickly heats the food, not the
surrounding air. The rack adjusts to five heights on rack guides.
The cooking area has removable racks and drip trays for cleaning. As food cooks, drippings drain into a collection tray
on the bottom of the Cheese Melter cavity. To operate the Cheese Melter, do the following:
1. Light the constant-burning pilots located near the front of the Cheese Melter burners (unless the pilots are already
lit).
2. If necessary, pull out and empty the bottom grease drawer.
3. Turn the burner control to HIGH and visually check that the burners have ignited. When the burners ignite, a blue
haze-type flame will cover the surface of the ceramics, but will gradually disappear within two minutes. When the
burner control is set to HIGH, the ceramics will glow red and the flame on the surface of the ceramics should be
barely visible, with little or no blue haze. When the burner control is set to LOW, the surface of the ceramics will
glow very dull red and the flame will have a blue-haze color. (If the flame flutters or “pops, increase the
temperature setting.)
4. Turn the burner control to HIGH or LOW (as appropriate for the food to be finished).
5. Raise or lower the Cheese Melter rack to the height appropriate for the food to be finished.
6. Finish the food for the desired appearance. Periodically check the Cheese Melter grease drawer and empty it
when necessary.
7. When done broiling, turn the burner control to OFF
LIGHTING CHEESE MELTER PILOTS
The pilots should burn continuously unless the Cheese Melter is to be completely shut down. The Cheese Melter
cavity has two or three pilots, each near the front of a pair of burners. If the pilots are extinguished, the pilot gas
supply is NOT automatically interrupted. To light the pilots, do the following:
1. Turn the control valves on the front of the Cheese Melter to OFF.
2. Turn on the gas supply to the Cheese Melter (if not already on).
3. Light the pilots.
SHUTDOWN OF CHEESE MELTER
To place the Cheese Melter in a standby state (ready for use), turn the burner control valves to OFF. The pilots will
remain lit.
To completely shut down the Cheese Melter for an extended period (or prior to disconnecting the gas supply), turn
OFF the manual shutoff valves of all gas supply connections. (This will extinguish all pilots.)
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Shut off the gas supply to the appliance before cleaning or performing maintenance on any gas appliance.
The appliance may be equipped with a restraint device to limit its movement in order to prevent damage to the
gas connection. If disconnection of this restraint is necessary to move the appliance for cleaning or
maintenance, reconnect the restraint when the appliance is moved back to its original installed position.
Blodgett Range equipment is sturdily constructed of the best materials and is designed to provide durable service
when treated with ordinary care. To provide the best performance, your equipment must be maintained in good
condition and cleaned daily. Naturally, the periods for this care and cleaning depend on the amount and degree of
usage.
Following daily and periodic maintenance procedures will enhance long life for your equipment. Climatic conditions
(such as salt air) may require more thorough and frequent cleaning or the life of the equipment could be adversely
affected.
Keep exposed, cleanable areas of Cheese Melter clean at all times. (See next page for instructions on cleaning
stainless steel and baked-enamel surfaces.)
DAILY CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
To prevent excess smoking, the Cheese Melter grid, bottom grease drawer, and the other Cheese Melter components
must be kept clean of food remnants. Use a wire brush or similar scraping utensil. DO NOT use steel wool or a similar
scrub pad that will leave small particles, which can get into food. The daily cleaning procedure is as follows:
1. Remove the Cheese Melter grids and clean them with a wire brush or non-toxic solvent.
2. Remove the bottom grease drawer and clean it.
3. Check that nothing has been placed on top of the Cheese Melter (which will block the escape of combustion
exhaust).
4. Check that the air-intake openings on the rear of the Cheese Melter are not obstructed.
MONTHLY CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
The following tasks should be performed monthly:
1. Check for proper pilot operation. The flame on each pilot should be just large enough to extend along the flame
carrier to the burner surface. If adjustment is necessary, call for service.
2. Check for proper burner operation. When the burner control is set to HIGH, the ceramics should glow red and the
flame on the surface of the ceramics should be barely visible, with little or no blue haze. When the burner control
is set to LOW, the surface of the ceramics should glow very dull red and the flame should have a blue-haze color.
If flame should flutter or “pop”, adjust to higher temperature setting.
SEMIANNUAL CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
At least twice a year the venting system should be examined and cleaned.
STAINLESS-STEEL SURFACES
To remove normal dirt, grease and product residue from stainless steel surfaces that operate at LOW temperature,
use ordinary soap and water (with or without detergent) applied with a sponge or cloth. Dry thoroughly with a clean
cloth.
To remove BAKED-ON grease and food splatter, or condensed vapors; apply cleanser to a damp cloth or sponge and
rub cleanser on the metal in the direction of the polishing lines on the metal. Rubbing cleanser, as gently as possible,
in the direction of the polished lines will not mar the finish of the stainless steel. NEVER RUB WITH A CIRCULAR
MOTION. Soil and burnt deposits, which do not respond to the above procedure, can usually be removed by rubbing
the surface with SCOTCH-BRITE scouring pads or STAINLESS scouring pads. DO NOT USE ORDINARY STEEL
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
WOOL as any particles left on the surface will rust and further spoil the appearance of the finish. NEVER USE A
WIRE BRUSH, STEEL SCOURING PADS (EXCEPT STAINLESS), SCRAPER, FILE OR OTHER STEEL TOOLS.
Surfaces, which are marred, collect dirt more rapidly and become more difficult to clean. Marring also increases the
possibility of corrosive attack. Refinishing may then be required.
“Heat tint” is darkened areas that sometimes appear on stainless steel surfaces where the area has been subjected to
excessive heat. These darkened areas are caused by thickening of the protective surface of the stainless steel and
are not harmful. Heat tint can normally be removed by the foregoing, but tint which does not respond to this procedure
calls for a vigorous scouring in the direction of the polish lines using SCOTCH-BRITE scouring pads or a STAINLESS
scouring pad in combination with a powdered cleanser. Heat tint may be lessened by reducing heat to the equipment
during slack periods.
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INSTALLATION
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
INSTALLATION
NOTICE
These installation procedures must be followed by qualified personnel or warranty will be void.
Local codes regarding installation vary greatly from one area to another. The National Fire Protection Association,
Inc. states in its NFPA 96 latest edition that local codes are the “authority having jurisdiction” when it comes to
installation requirements for equipment. Therefore, installations must comply with all 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 shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psi (3.45 kPa).
2. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve
during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.45
kPa).
STEP 1: UNPACKING
IMMEDIATELY INSPECT FOR SHIPPING DAMAGE
All containers should be examined for damage before and during unloading. The freight carrier has assumed
responsibility for its safe transit and delivery. If damaged equipment is received, either apparent or concealed, a
claim must be made with the delivering carrier.
Apparent damage or loss must be noted on the freight bill at the time of delivery. The freight bill must then be
signed by the carrier representative (Driver). If the bill is not signed, the carrier may refuse the claim. The carrier
can supply the necessary forms.
A request for inspection must be made to the carrier within 15 days if there is concealed damage or loss that is not
apparent until after the equipment is uncrated. The carrier should arrange an inspection. Be certain to hold all
contents plus all packing material.
1. Cut the banding straps and remove the corrugated cardboard surrounding the Cheese Melter. Do not remove any
of the attached tags or labels until the Cheese Melter is installed and working properly.
2. Cut the banding strap holding the Cheese Melter to the wooden skid.
3. If installing Infrared Cheese Melter which mounts over a range, go to Step 2a.
If installing Infrared Cheese Melter which mounts on a wall, go to Step 2b.
If installing Infrared Cheese Melter which has legs for countertop use, go to Step 2c.
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INSTALLATION
STEP 2A: MOUNT ON FLUE RISER OF RANGE
The Infrared Cheese Melter mounts over a range. A special flue riser is shipped with the Cheese Melter and range.
Depending on the shipping requirements, the Cheese Melter, flue-riser, and range base may already be partially or
completely assembled.
1. Attach the flue riser to the rear of the range using the installation procedure included in the range manual, but do
not attach the wall shield (the back of the flue riser) yet.
2. Lift the Cheese Melter (using two people is recommended) and hook the Cheese Melter-hook over the top-front
edge of the flue riser. If necessary, move the Cheese Melter left or right so that the holes in the top of the Cheese
Melter hook line-up with the holes in the top of the flue riser, then secure the Cheese Melter-hook to the flue riser
using three #10 self tapping screws -provided.
3. Secure the bottom of the Cheese Melter to the flue riser with the four ¼” self-tapping screws provided. The holes
are accessible from the rear of the unit behind the wall shield.
4. If the optional internal piping from the Cheese Melter to the range was ordered, connect the gas line now (as
described in Step 3), before attaching the wall shield.
5. Attach the wall shield, which forms the rear of the flue riser. The gas supply inlet extending out from the rear of
the Cheese Melter should be accessible through the corresponding hole on the back of the flue riser.
6. Go on to Step 3.
Figure 4
Mounting of Infrared Cheese Melter on Flue-Riser
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INSTALLATION
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
STEP 2B: MOUNT ON WALL
The Infrared Cheese Melter is installed by first attaching a mounting bracket to the wall, then attaching the Cheese
Melter to the bracket.
1. Attach the wall-mount assembly to the wall using the six ¼” x 2” lag screws and six washers provided (see Figure
5). Screw through frame and into wall studs since the Cheese Melter weighs about 175 pounds (79 kilograms).
2. Check that the wall-mount is level (both side-to-side and front-to-back).
Figure 5
Installation of Wall Bracket for Infrared Cheese Melter
To Wall
(6) Stud Lag Screws w/Flat
Washers Through Frame
And Into Wall Stud
To Wall
(3) #10 Self Tap
Through Hanger Into
Top Frame Support
(4) 1/4” Self Tap
Screws Through
Frame Into Broiler
3. It may be more convenient to prepare the gas supply line before the Cheese Melter is mounted on the wall
bracket. If so, install the supply line and connector now (but do not yet attach it to the Cheese Melter).
4. Lift the Cheese Melter (using two people is recommended) and hook the Cheese Melter-hook over the top of the
front of the wall bracket. If necessary, move the Cheese Melter left or right so that the holes in the top of the
Cheese Melter hook line-up with the holes in the wall bracket, then secure the Cheese Melter-hook to the wallmount bracket using three sheet-metal screws.
5. Secure the bottom of the Cheese Melter to the wall-mount bracket with the four provided ¼” self tap screws. The
holes are accessible from the opening in the bottom of the wall-mount unit.
6. Go on to Step 3.
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INSTALLATION
STEP 2C: ATTACH COUNTERTOP LEGS
1. Install each leg by screwing them into the threaded holes in the bottom of the base.
2. Stand the Cheese Melter on its legs and position to minimum clearances specified on serial tag.
Figure 6
Attaching Legs for Countertop Infrared Cheese Melter
(4) 4” Adjustable Legs
Screw Into Base
STEP 3: CONNECT GAS SUPPLY
If this equipment is being installed at over 2,000 feet altitude and that information was not specified when ordered,
contact the appropriate authorized Blodgett Range Service Representative or the Blodgett Range Service
Department. Failure to install with proper orifice sizing will result in poor performance and may void the warranty.
The Cheese Melter is design-certified for operation on natural or propane gases. The Cheese Melter is shipped
configured and adjusted for the type of gas specified by the purchaser, which is indicated on the serial plate (see
Figure 1 on page 4). Connect the Cheese Melter ONLY to the type of gas for which it is configured and adjusted.
The Infrared Cheese Melter mounts on the flue riser of a range, and either will have a 3/8" rear gas connection (with a
3/8" male NPT connector) extending through the rear of the flue riser (see Figure 2 on page 6), or will have the
optional internal-piping to the front-manifold of the range.
For wall-mount and countertop models, the gas connection (3/8 NPT) extends directly out the rear of the Cheese
Melter (near the bottom-right-rear corner), or (using an elbow) out the top of the Cheese Melter near the top-right-rear
corner.
Minimum supply pressure is 7" W.C. for natural gas, 11" W.C. for propane. An internal pressure regulator and shutoff
valve are provided. If using a flexible-hose gas connection, the I.D. of the hose must not be smaller than the
connector on the Cheese Melter, and must comply with ANSI Z21.69. Provide an adequate means of restraint to
prevent undue strain on the gas connection.
If applicable, the vent line from the gas appliance pressure regulator must be installed to the outdoors in accordance
with 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.
An adequate gas supply is imperative. Undersized or low-pressure lines will restrict the volume of gas required for
satisfactory performance. Fluctuations of more than 25% on natural gas or 10% on propane gas will create problems
and affect burner-operating characteristics. A 1/8" pressure tap is located on the manifold to measure the manifold
pressure. The supply line to the Cheese Melter should be no smaller than the inside diameter of the pipe on the
Cheese Melter to which it is connected.
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INSTALLATION
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
CAUTION
ALL PIPE JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS MUST BE TESTED THOROUGHLY FOR GAS LEAKS. USE ONLY
SOAPY WATER FOR TESTING ON ALL GASES. NEVER USE AN OPEN FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS.
ALL CONNECTIONS MUST BE CHECKED FOR LEAKS AFTER THE APPLIANCE HAS BEEN PUT INTO
OPERATION. TEST PRESSURE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 14" W.C.
1. Check that the control valves on the Cheese Melter are in the OFF position.
2. Purge the gas supply line to clean out dust, dirt, or other foreign matter before connecting the line to the Cheese
Melter.
3. For wall-mount and countertop models, connect the gas supply to the inlet at right rear corner.
CAUTION
HOLD THE INLET SUPPLY PIPE WITH A WRENCH WHEN TIGHTENING ADDED FITTINGS TO AVOID
DAMAGE TO THE REGULATOR, VALVE, AND OTHER COMPONENTS.
4. For the flue-riser-mounted model, either attach the gas supply to the gas pipe extending out of a hole on the rear
of the flue riser; or (if the optional internal piping was ordered) connect the gas pipe extending from the rear of the
Cheese Melter to the corresponding gas pipe extending from the rear of the range below the Cheese Melter, then
attach the wall-shield (the rear of the flue riser).
5. Turn on the gas and check for leaks using soapy water.
STEP 4: INSTALL SLOPED ENCLOSURE (OPTIONAL ACCESSORY)
To install a sloped enclosure, remove the body-side screws and discard. Remove screws (3) on the bottom, toward
the rear of the unit. Position the hanger clip and fasten with screws (3). Remove screws (3) in the bottom of the face
plate. Slide the enclosure into the hanger clip. Align the holes in the front of the enclosure with the holes in the bottom
of the face plate. Fasten with screws (3).
Figure 7
Installation of Sloped Enclosure (If Ordered)
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INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
INSTALLATION
STEP 5: CHECK THE INSTALLATION
1. Check that all screws and bolts are tightened.
2. Check that gas connection has been made correctly.
3. Move the Cheese Melter into the final position at which it will be operated.
4. Check that the Cheese Melter is level.
5. Check that the appropriate minimum clearances are satisfied (see page 5), including adequate clearance for
combustion air to enter the rear of the Cheese Melter.
6. Check that there is sufficient clearance to pull out the Cheese Melter rack and bottom drip pan.
7. Check that adequate ventilation (fresh air supply and hood exhaust) is available to the room in which the
appliance will operate.
8. Wipe clean all surfaces.
STEP 6: CHECK CHEESE MELTER OPERATION
1. Turn gas supply on. Immediately check all gas connections for leaks using soapy water.
2. Light the pilots (see the appropriate Operation section elsewhere in this manual). Check that the pilot flames are
large enough to extend along the flame carrier to the burner surface. If not, adjust the pilots (see page 19).
3. Turn on the Cheese Melter burners and check for correct flame appearance and height at both the HIGH and
LOW settings. When the burners ignite, a blue haze-type flame will cover the surface of the ceramics, but will
gradually disappear within two minutes. When the burner control is set to HIGH, the ceramics should glow red
and the flame on the surface of the ceramics should be barely visible, with little or no blue haze. When the burner
control is set to LOW, the surface of the ceramics should glow very dull red and the flame should have a bluehaze color. If flame should flutter or “pop”, increase temperature setting.
4. Check that gas supply is adequate by simultaneously turning on all burners of all appliances connected to the
same gas supply to their highest setting, then again checking that the Cheese Melters pilot and burner flames
have correct appearance and height.
5. Turn off all burners and allow the Cheese Melter to cool.
STEP 7: WIPE-CLEAN AND SHUT-DOWN APPLIANCE
1. Wipe clean all surfaces.
2. Unless the Cheese Melter is to be placed in service immediately, shut off the gas supply.
3. Make sure that a copy of this manual is available to the people who will operate and maintain the Cheese Melter.
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
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SERVICE
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
SERVICE
WARNING
ADJUSTMENTS AND SERVICE WORK MAY BE PERFORMED ONLY BY A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN WHO IS
EXPERIENCED IN, AND KNOWLEDGEABLE OF, THE OPERATION OF COMMERCIAL COOKING
EQUIPMENT. TO ASSURE YOUR CONFIDENCE, CONTACT YOUR AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENCY FOR
RELIABLE SERVICE, DEPENDABLE ADVICE OR OTHER ASSISTANCE, AND FOR GENUINE FACTORY
PARTS.
NOTICE
INSTALLATION OF OTHER THAN GENUINE BLODGETT RANGE PARTS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY ON
THIS EQUIPMENT.
The serial plate is located under the Cheese Melter bottom drip pan at the front, toward the left (see Figure 1 on page
4).
Replacement parts (including parts not listed in this manual) may be ordered either through a Blodgett Range
Authorized Parts Distributor or a Blodgett Range Authorized Service Agency.
When ordering parts, please supply the Model Number, Serial Number, Part Number, and Part Description.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Look for -
Not enough heat
– Low pressure in gas supply
– Restriction in gas piping and/or valves
– Misalignment of burner orifice tube
– Clogged burner orifice
– Incorrect burner orifice
Too much heat
– Incorrect orifices
– Defective or incorrectly set pressure regulator
Burner flame has excessive blue haze
– Obstruction of combustion-air intake on rear of Cheese Melter
– Exhaust gases blocked by objects sitting on top of Cheese
Melter
– Low pressure in gas supply
– Misalignment of orifice tube
Burner flame fluttering
– Adjust to higher temperature setting
Burner flame popping
– Cracked or loose ceramic
Slow burner ignition
– Pilot flame out of adjustment
– Pilot alignment out of adjustment
Pilot outage
– Pilot flame out of adjustment
– Draft condition
– Pilot orifice clogged
– Incorrect pilot orifice
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
SERVICE
ACCESS TO SERVICEABLE PARTS
Some serviceable parts are only accessible by removing body side panels and the front panel.
The main front panel is fastened with six sheet-metal screws. To remove the front panel, remove these screws, as
well as the burner-control-valve knob and the rack-height-position-lever knob. The main front panel can then be pulled
forward and removed. Each body side panel is fastened with two sheet-metal screws. Remove body-side screws and
slide the body side forward and away from the unit.
Figure 8
Access to Serviceable Parts
Burner Manifold
Body Side
Pilot Adjust
Body Side
Front Panel
Pressure Regulator
Burner Adjust Valve
If necessary (or convenient), wall-mounted and flue-riser-mounted models can be un-mounted for servicing or repairs.
Use two people since the Cheese Melter weighs about 175 pounds (79 kilograms). Refer to the installation procedure
in the previous section of this manual for guidance.
ADJUSTMENT OF CHEESE MELTER PILOTS
The pilots are adjusted at the factory. If later the pilots are over-adjusted to the point where the flame is leaving its
port, or “blowing off,” the result is an unstable condition in which the pilot may extinguish. If necessary, adjust the
pilots using the following procedure:
1. If necessary, light the pilots.
2. Locate the pilot adjustment screw (which adjusts both pilots). It is a small slotted screw located on the pilot valve,
and is accessed though the plugged hole in the front panel above the control-valve knob.
3. Turn the pilot adjustment screw to adjust the size of the pilot flames. The flame on each pilot should be large
enough to extend along the flame carrier to the burner surface.
ADJUSTMENT OF LOW SETTING
The minimum gas flow to the burners is controlled by the burner valves. It provides an infinite variable adjustment
from low to high. Turn the knob to the desired position so that when the Cheese Melter control knob is in the LOW
position, the burner flames do not flutter or “pop,” but rather burn with a dull red or a blue haze.
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SERVICE
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
ADJUSTMENT OF CHEESE MELTER BURNERS
The infra-red burners require no air adjustment after they have left the factory. If a major change in burner operation is
noticed, check for obstruction of airflow, around the orifice. Burner performance is affected by (a) orifice size, (b)
pressure, (c) injection, and (d) primary airflow. The burner orifice must be centered within the air mixer opening.
ADJUSTMENT OF GAS PRESSURE REGULATOR
The pressure regulator is located in the right-hand interior compartment of the Cheese Melter. Accessing it will require
removing the front panel and the right side panel of the Cheese Melter. The regulator is preset for 4" W.C. for natural
gas, or 10" W.C. for propane gas. If adjustment is necessary, do the following:
1. Turn Cheese Melter control knob to OFF.
2. Attach a pressure-measuring device to the 1/8" NPT connector located on the front of each burner manifold.
3. Turn the Cheese Melter control knob to HIGH and, with the burners lit, check the manifold pressure. The pressure
should be 4" W.C. (for natural gas) or 10" W.C. (for propane gas).
4. If necessary, adjust the pressure by unscrewing the top of the pressure regulator (use a screwdriver) to expose
the adjustment screw underneath. Rotating the adjustment screw clockwise increases the manifold pressure.
5. After the pressure has been adjusted, turn the Cheese Melter control knob to OFF, replace the top of the pressure
regulator, and disconnect the pressure-measuring device (replacing the plug into the connector on the manifold).
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INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
SERVICE
PARTS
The following table describes the serviceable parts. For parts not listed, contact a Blodgett Range Authorized Parts
Distributor or a Blodgett Range Authorized Service Agency.
PARTS LIST
B36-CM
PARTS LIST
Qty.
B36-CM
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
1183202
BODY SIDE, LEFT
1
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
1183323
BODY SIDE, RIGHT
1
1183259
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (H)
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
4
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1187619
FRONT, BODY
1
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1183208
BASE, AZ
1
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
1
1183209
GREASE DRAWER, BA
1
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1183210
BODY, BOTTOM/BACK
1
1183256
TUBE, VALVE SUPPLY
1
1183219
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187780
RACK, CM-36
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1183262
COVER
1
1183263
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187604
SUPPORT, REAR
1
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
1
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
1
2
1183257
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
1183220
DEFLECTOR, FLUE
1
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
4
1183246
ASM, BURNER
4
1182628
PILOT ASSY
2
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1183330
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
1
1187624
ASM, INNER LINING
1
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
4
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1182628
PILOT ASSY
2
1183310
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 16" LG
2
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
PARTS LIST
B48-CM
Qty.
P48
PARTS LIST
B48-CM
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
1183202
BODY SIDE, LEFT
1
1183186
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (CNTR)
1183323
BODY SIDE, RIGHT
1
1185226
TUBE 1/4" X 2" (PILOT)
1
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
6
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1187621
FRONT, BODY
1
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1183142
BASE, AZ
1
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
1
1183144
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1183141
BODY, BOTTOM/BACK
1
1183158
TUBE, VALVE SUPPLY
1
1183145
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187782
RACK, CM-48
1
1183161
COVER
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1183159
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187606
SUPPORT, REAR
1
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
1
1183171
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183169
DEFLECTOR, FLUE
1
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
6
1183246
ASM, BURNER
6
1182628
PILOT ASSY
3
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1183331
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187625
ASM, INNER LINING
1
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
1
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
6
1183310
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 16" LG
3
1182628
PILOT ASSY
3
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
1
1183185
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (H)
2
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
P48
2
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
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SERVICE
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
Parts (cont)
PARTS LIST
B60-CM
PARTS LIST
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
1183202
BODY SIDE, LEFT
1
1183259
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (H)
1183323
BODY SIDE, RIGHT
1
1185226
TUBE 1/4" X 2" (PILOT)
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
6
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1187622
FRONT, BODY
1
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1187644
BASE, AZ
1
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
1
1187660
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1187638
BODY, BOTTOM/BACK
1
1187666
TUBE, VALVE SUPPLY
1
1187652
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187783
RACK, CM-60
1
1187650
COVER
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1187648
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187607
SUPPORT, REAR
1
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
1
1187664
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1187656
DEFLECTOR, FLUE
1
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
6
1183246
ASM, BURNER
6
1183686
PILOT ASSY
3
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1187670
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187627
ASM, INNER LINING
1
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
1
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
6
1187672
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 20" LG
1
1183686
PILOT ASSY
3
1187712
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 17" LG
1
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
1
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
PARTS LIST
Qty.
B72-CM
Part Number
B60-CM
Qty.
2
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
PARTS LIST
Part Number
B72-CM
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
1183202
BODY SIDE, LEFT
1
1185226
TUBE 1/4" X 2" (PILOT)
2
1183323
BODY SIDE, RIGHT
1
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
8
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1187623
FRONT, BODY
1
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
2
1187646
BASE, AZ
1
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1187662
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1187784
RACK, CM-72
1
1187639
BODY, BOTTOM/BACK
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1187654
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187651
COVER
1
1187649
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187608
SUPPORT, REAR
1
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
2
1187665
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1187657
DEFLECTOR, FLUE
1
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
8
1183246
ASM, BURNER
8
1183686
PILOT ASSY
4
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1187671
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187628
ASM, INNER LINING
1
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
2
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
2
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
8
1187712
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 17" LG
4
1183686
PILOT ASSY
4
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
2
1183186
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (CENT)
2
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
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Qty.
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
SERVICE
PARTS (CONT)
PARTS LIST
B36-CM-PT
PARTS LIST
Qty.
B36-CM-PT
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
1187696
BODY SIDE
2
1183259
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (H)
1187737
REAR, BODY
1
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
4
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1187619
FRONT, BODY
1
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
1
1187738
BASE, AZ
1
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1187740
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1187749
TUBE, VALVE SUPPLY
1
1187742
BODY, BOTTOM
1
1187780
RACK, CM-36
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
2
1183219
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187743
STIFFENER, REAR
1
1187745
COVER
1
1187746
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187747
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
1
1187675
LINING, MOUNT SIDE
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1187677
LINING, INNER SIDE
2
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
4
1187720
HOOD, PILOT
2
1182628
PILOT ASSY
2
1187722
COVER, PILOT
2
1183246
ASM, BURNER
4
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
1
1183330
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
4
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1182628
PILOT ASSY
2
1183310
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 16" LG
2
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
1
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
PARTS LIST
B48-CM-PT
PARTS LIST
Qty.
B48-CM-PT
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
1187696
BODY SIDE
2
Part Number
1183185
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (H)
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
2
1187750
REAR, BODY
1
1183186
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (CNTR)
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
6
1185226
TUBE 1/4" X 2" (PILOT)
1
1187621
FRONT, BODY
1
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1187751
BASE, AZ
1
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1187753
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
1
1187755
BODY, BOTTOM
1
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1187652
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187762
TUBE, VALVE SUPPLY
1
1187756
STIFFENER, REAR
1
1187782
RACK, CM-48
1
1187758
COVER
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1187759
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187760
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
1
1187675
LINING, MOUNT SIDE
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1187677
LINING, INNER SIDE
2
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
6
1187720
HOOD, PILOT
3
1182628
PILOT ASSY
3
1187722
COVER, PILOT
3
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
1183246
ASM, BURNER
6
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
1
1183331
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
6
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1182628
PILOT ASSY
3
1183310
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 16" LG
3
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
1
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
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SERVICE
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
PARTS (CONT)
PARTS LIST
Part Number
B60-CM-PT
DESCRIPTION
PARTS LIST
Qty.
Part Number
B60-CM-PT
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
1187696
BODY SIDE
2
1146824
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 4.00"
1
1187694
REAR, BODY
1
1183259
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (H)
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
6
1185226
TUBE 1/4" X 2" (PILOT)
2
1187622
FRONT, BODY
1
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1187679
BASE, AZ
1
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1187706
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
1
1187673
BODY, BOTTOM
1
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1187652
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187685
TUBE, VALVE SUPPLY
1
1187698
STIFFENER, REAR
1
1187783
RACK, CM-60
1
1187683
COVER
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1187710
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187702
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1187675
LINING, MOUNT SIDE
2
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
1
1187677
LINING, INNER SIDE
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1187697
SUPPORT, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
6
1187720
HOOD, PILOT
3
1183686
PILOT ASSY
3
1187721
COVER, PILOT
3
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
1183246
ASM, BURNER
6
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
1
1187670
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
6
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1183686
PILOT ASSY
3
1187672
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 20" LG
1
1187712
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 17" LG
2
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
PARTS LIST
B72-CM-PT
PARTS LIST
Qty.
Part Number
B72-CM-PT
Part Number
DESCRIPTION
1187696
BODY SIDE
2
1183315
NIPPLE,PIPE, BLK. 3/8" X 7.50"
DESCRIPTION
Qty.
2
1187695
REAR, BODY
1
1183186
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (CENT)
2
1183332
BRACKET, ORFICE
8
1185226
TUBE 1/4" X 2" (PILOT)
2
1187623
FRONT, BODY
1
1187779
KNOB, VALVE ADJUST
2
1187681
BASE, AZ
1
1187778
POLYPANEL, NFR/CM
2
1187708
GREASE DRAWER, BA
2
1164085
VALVE ASM, PILOT
2
1187674
BODY, BOTTOM
1
1188253
NAMEPLATE, NEW SB 11.00"
1
1187654
STIFFENER, CAVITY
1
1187784
RACK, CM-72
1
1187700
STIFFENER, REAR
1
1187785
RACK GUIDE, 5 POS.
2
1187684
COVER
1
1187711
PLATE, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1187704
MOUNT, BURNER
1
1187675
LINING, MOUNT SIDE
2
1133301
REGULATOR,WC @ 4" NAT
2
1187677
LINING, INNER SIDE
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1187697
SUPPORT, HEAT DEFLECTOR
1
1008754
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 54
8
1187720
HOOD, PILOT
4
1183686
PILOT ASSY
4
1187721
COVER, PILOT
4
(NAT GAS COMPONENTS)
1183246
ASM, BURNER
8
1183251
W/A, MANIFOLD
2
1165704
REGULATOR, WC @ 10",PRO
2
1187671
ASM, MANIFOLD, BURNER
2
1187723
VALVE, BURNER HI-LO
2
1183248
TUBE, BURNER SUPPLY (V)
2
1008764
ORIFICE HOOD, DRILL # 64
8
1183264
TUBE, PILOT ADJUST
1
1183686
PILOT ASSY
4
1187712
TUBE, FLEX 1/4 x 17" LG
4
1186533
MANUAL, CM
1
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(PROP GAS COMPONENTS)
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
SERVICE
Notes:
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
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SERVICE
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INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1186533 REV 1 (02/06)
SERVICE
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SERVICE
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
INFRARED CHEESE MELTER
Flue-Riser Mount, Wall Mount, or Countertop
A product with the Blodgett Range name incorporates the best in durability and low maintenance. We all
recognize, however, that replacement parts and occasional professional service may be necessary to extend the
useful life of this appliance. When service is needed, contact a Blodgett Range Authorized Service Agency, or
your dealer. To avoid confusion, always refer to the model number, serial number, and type of your appliance.
Blodgett Range
1100 Old Honeycutt Road, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
www.blodgett.com.com
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