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MANUFACTURING
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P/N 1011129 Rev. J 08/11
VERTICAL CONTACT
TOASTER
Model VCT-2010
Owner ’s Manual
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Owner Information......................................................2
General.......................................................................2
Warranty Information..................................................2
Service/Technical Assistance.....................................3
Specifications..............................................................5
Dimensions.................................................................5
Electrical Ratings........................................................5
Electrical Cord & Plug Configurations........................5
Installation....................................................................7
Unpacking...................................................................7
Equipment Setup........................................................7
Assembling the Unit...................................................7
Operation......................................................................8
Operating Instructions................................................8
Light/Dark Adjustments...............................................8
User Mode..................................................................9
Manager Mode...........................................................9
Safety Features........................................................10
Fault Messages........................................................10
Error Codes..............................................................10
Maintenance............................................................... 11
Daily..........................................................................11
Replacing the Release Sheet (Every 3-5 Weeks)....12
Replacing the Silicone Belts (Every 2–4 Months)....13
Checking the Conveyor Belt Chains
(Every 3–6 Months)..................................................14
Checking the Roller Tensioners
(every 3–6 months)..................................................15
Troubleshooting........................................................16
Replacement Parts....................................................21
Wiring Diagram..........................................................25
Notes..........................................................................26
Limited Warranty.......................................Back Cover
OWNER INFORMATION
General
Warranty Information
The Vertical Contact Toaster Model VCT-2010 is
designed for contact toasting of buns. The toaster
design allows the operator to place buns on both sides
of the heated platen at the same time. Buns are placed
into the top of the toaster and uniform, golden brown,
warm buns are then retrieved at the base of the toaster.
Please read the full text of the Limited Warranty in this
manual.
If the unit arrives damaged, contact the carrier immediately and file a damage claim with them. Save all
packing materials when filing a claim. Freight damage
claims are the responsibility of the purchaser and are
not covered under warranty.
This manual provides the safety, installation, and
operating procedures for the Vertical Contact Toaster
Model VCT-2010. We recommend that all information
contained in this manual be read prior to installing and
operating the unit.
The warranty does NOT extend to:
Your Vertical Contact Toaster Model VCT-2010 is
manufactured from the finest materials available and
assembled to Roundup’s strict quality standards. This
unit has been tested at the factory to ensure dependable, trouble-free operation.
• Damages caused in shipment or damage as
result of improper use.
• Installation of electrical service.
• Normal maintenance as outlined in this manual.
• Malfunction resulting from improper maintenance.
• Damage caused by abuse or careless handling.
• Damage from moisture into electrical components.
• Damage from tampering with, removal of, or
changing any preset control or safety device.
IMPORTANT! Keep these instructions for future reference. If the unit changes
ownership, be sure this manual accompanies the equipment.
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OWNER INFORMATION (continued)
Service/Technical Assistance
Refer to the directory included with your unit or visit our
web site at www.ajantunes.com for a list of Authorized
Service Agencies.
If you experience any problems with the installation
or operation of your unit, contact your local Roundup
Authorized Service Agency.
Authorized Service Agency
Fill in the information below and have it handy when
calling your Authorized Service Agency for assistance. The serial number is on the specification plate located
on the rear of the unit.
Name:
Phone No.:
Address:
Purchased From:
Use only genuine Roundup replacement parts in this
unit. Use of replacement parts other than those supplied by the manufacturer will void the warranty. Your
Authorized Service Agency has been factory trained
and has a complete supply of parts for this toaster.
Date of Purchase:
Model No.:
Serial No.:
You may also contact the factory at 1-877-392-7854
(toll free in the U.S.) or 630-784-1000 if you have trouble locating your Authorized Service Agency.
Mfg. No.:
IMPORTANT
A.J. Antunes & Co. reserves the right to change specifications and product design
without notice. Such revisions do NOT entitle the buyer to corresponding changes,
improvements, additions, or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
In addition to the warnings and cautions in this manual, use
the following guidelines to safely operate the unit:
• Read all instructions before using equipment.
• For your safety, the equipment is furnished with a
properly grounded cord connector. Do NOT attempt to
defeat the grounded connector.
• Install or locate the equipment only for its intended use
as described in this manual. Do NOT use corrosive
chemicals in this equipment.
• Do NOT operate this equipment if it has a damaged
power cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it
has been damaged or dropped.
• This equipment should be serviced by qualified personnel only. Contact the nearest Authorized Service
Agency for adjustment or repair.
• Do NOT block or cover any openings on the unit.
• Do NOT immerse the power cord or plug in water.
• Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do NOT allow the power cord to hang over edge of a
table or counter.
• Failure to use Release Sheets may result in damage
to the equipment and loss of warranty coverage.
• Do NOT clean this appliance with a water jet.
• If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer, its service agent, or a similarly
qualified person.
• All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable
codes.
• WARNING, ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
-Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
- Do NOT modify the power cord plug. If it does
not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician.
- Do NOT use an extension cord with this unit.
- Check with a qualified electrician if you are
unsure if the appliance is properly grounded.
The following warnings and cautions appear throughout
this manual and should be carefully observed:
• Turn the power off, unplug the power cord, and
allow unit to cool down before performing any
service or maintenance.
• The toaster should be grounded according to local
electrical codes to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. It requires a grounded receptacle with
separate electrical lines protected by fuses or a
circuit breaker of the proper rating.
• Bread may burn. Therefore toasters must NOT be
used near or below curtains or other combustible
walls and materials. Failure to maintain safe
operating distances may cause discoloration or
combustion.
• When installing a Silicone Belt, do NOT install
it around the Upper and Lower Support Rods or
permanent damage to the Silicone Belt will occur.
Make sure the Silicone Belt is only installed around
the Conveyor Belt Chain.
• Make sure both ends of the Silicone Belt are
aligned before installing the Silicone Belt Pin.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. FAILURE TO FOLLOW
THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL COULD RESULT
IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Heat Shield
Butter
Wheel
Butter
Pan
• Electrical ground is required on this appliance.
Release
Sheet
Conveyor
Belt
Chain
Butter Wheel
Heated Base
Conveyor
Cover (Front)
• Do NOT modify the power cord plug. If it does not fit
the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Conveyor
Cover (Rear)
Silicone
Belt
• Do NOT use an extension cord with this appliance.
• The toaster should be grounded according to local
electrical codes to prevent the possibility of electrical
shock. It requires a grounded receptacle with separate
electrical lines protected by fuses or a circuit breaker
of the proper rating.
Roller
Tensioner
PROG
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DARK
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Bun Chute
• Check with a qualified electrician if you are unsure if
the appliance is properly grounded.
Control Panel
and Power Switch
CAUTION
Model &
Mfg. No.
Width
(A)
Depth
(B)
Height
(C)
VCT-2010
9210314
21 1/2”
(546 mm)
15 1/4”
(387 mm)
24 1/4”
(616 mm)
Failure to use Release Sheets may result in damage to
the unit and loss of warranty coverage.
Electrical Ratings
Model &
Mfg. No.
Volts
Watts
Amp.
Hz.
VCT-2010
9210314
208
3300
15.8
50/60
Electrical Cord & Plug Configurations
Model &
Mfg. No.
Description
VCT-2010
9210314
Power Cord
Assembly
20 Amp, 250 Volt
Right Angle
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SPECIFICATIONS (continued)
Heat Shield
Butter
Wheel
Butter
Pan
Release
Sheet
Conveyor
Belt
Chain
Butter Wheel
Heated Base
Conveyor
Cover (Front)
Silicone
Belt
Conveyor
Cover (Rear)
Roller
Tensioner
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Control Panel
and Power Switch
Figure 1. VCT-2010 Vertical Contact Toaster
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INSTALLATION
Unpacking
Assembling the Unit
1. Remove the unit and all packing materials from
the shipping carton.
NOTE: The factory has pre-installed a Release
Sheet over the Platen (Figure 1). Verify that it is
properly in place before proceeding.
2. Open the Accessories Box. It should contain the
following:
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1. Place the unit on a flat, sturdy location.
2. Install the Bun Chute so the hooks are installed
over the lower rear yellow Support Rod (Figure 2).
Bun Chute
Butter Wheel Assy. (including Butter Wheel, Butter Pan, and Butter Wheel Heated Base)
Two Release Sheets
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3. Hang the Butter Wheel Heated Base on the front
of the unit and install the Butter Pan and Butter
Wheel inside. (Figure 1).
4. Plug the Butter Wheel Assembly power cord into
the receptacle on the front of the unit where the
Butter Wheel Assembly is mounted (Figure 2).
3. Remove all shipping tape and protective coverings from the unit and parts.
5. Place the Heel and Crown Label on the same side
as the Butter Wheel Assembly.
NOTE: If any parts are missing or damaged,
contact Antunes Technical Service IMMEDIATELY at
1-877-392-7854 (toll free in the U.S.) or 630-784-1000.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT plug any other power cords
into the receptacles on the toaster. These outlets
are intended for the Butter Wheel ONLY.
Equipment Setup
NOTE: Make sure the Heat Shield is activating the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch. The unit will not
function unless the Heat Shield is in place and the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch is activated.
Before placing the toaster into service, pay attention to
the following guidelines:
• Make sure power is off and the toaster is at room
temperature.
• Do NOT block or cover any openings on the unit.
• Do NOT immerse the power cord or plug in water.
• Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
• Do NOT allow the power cord to hang over the
edge of a table or counter.
• Connect the unit to the proper power supply. Refer to the specification plate for the proper
voltage.
Crown Side
Butter Wheel
Assembly
CAUTION
Bread may burn. Therefore toasters must NOT be
used near or below curtains or other combustible
walls and materials. Failure to maintain safe
operating distances may cause discoloration or
combustion.
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Side view of
Bun Chute connected
over the bottom
rear support rod
CAUTION
All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable codes.
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Bun Chute
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Hi-Limit
Control
Power
Switch
Temperature Controls &
Temperature Display
Figure 2. VCT-2010 Components
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OPERATION
Operating Instructions
Crown Side
NOTE: The unit includes Bun Thickness Adjustment
Controls (Figure 4), which are factory set to #3 for
Heels and #4 for Crowns.
NOTE: Recommended settings are #3 for Heels and
#4 for Crowns.
Heel Side
Bun Thickness
Adjustment Controls
(Side of Unit)
1. Turn the power on and allow the unit to warm up
for 30 minutes before proceeding.
Butter Wheel
Assembly
2. Fill the Butter Pan as directed and turn on the
power switch on the Butter Wheel Assembly.
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Bun Chute
NOTE: The temperature display (Figure 3) flashes
“LO” until the toaster reaches its preset operating
temperature. When the toaster approaches the preset
temperature of 550°F (288°C), “USE” appears in the
temperature display and the unit is ready to toast
buns. If “USE” does not appear in the window after
approximately 30 minutes, contact your Authorized
Service Agency.
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Hi-Limit
Control
Power
Switch
Temperature Controls &
Temperature Display
Figure 3. VCT-2010 Toaster
3. Drop Crowns and Heels into the slot (Figure 3). NOTE: The cut side of the Heels and Crowns must
face each other.
4. Toasted buns will drop out of the unit and down
the Bun Chute (Figure 3) in approximately 18
seconds.
Figure 4. Bun Thickness Adjustment Controls
5. Test at least 4 buns before putting the toaster into
service.
Light/Dark Adjustments
6. Turn the power off for the unit and the Butter
Wheel Assembly when finished toasting for the
day. Then proceed with the Daily Cleaning as
outlined in the Maintenance section of this manual.
The light/dark value can be adjusted when the unit is
displaying “LO” or “USE”. To adjust the light/dark value,
press the LIGHTER or DARKER button. The display
will change to show the current light/dark value.
NOTE: The default light/dark value is d0.
Press the LIGHTER or DARKER button to change the
light/dark value. The adjustment range is L1-L9 and
d0-d9. L9 is the lightest, d0 is the middle, and d9 is the
darkest setting.
To save the light/dark value, press the PROGRAM button
or wait 5 seconds until the screen displays “LO” or “USE”.
NOTE: Adjusting the light/dark value does NOT
change the temperature. It changes the speed of the
conveyors. The light/dark value will reset to the d0
value when the unit is turned off.
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OPERATION (continued)
User Mode
User Mode allows an operator to view the toaster settings but does not permit any adjustments.
1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds, the display will show the actual
temperature of the Platen Heater.
PROGRAM
LIGHTER
DARKER
2. Press the LIGHTER button to view the setpoint of
the Platen Heater.
3.Press the PROGRAM button to proceed to the
Auxiliary Heater menu. The display will show the
actual temperature of Auxiliary Heater.
4. Press the LIGHTER button to view the setpoint of
the Auxiliary Heater.
5. Press the PROGRAM button to proceed to the
Motor Menu. The display will show the actual
speed of the Motor.
Figure 5. VCT-2010 Toaster Control Panel
6.Press the LIGHTER button to view the setpoint of
the Motor.
5. Press the PROGRAM button to proceed to the
Auxiliary Heater Setpoint Temperature.
NOTE: The unit will exit User Mode after 5 seconds
of keypad inactivity.
6. To adjust the Auxiliary Heater Setpoint, press
the LIGHTER or DARKER buttons to reach the
desired temperature.
Manager Mode
NOTE: The recommended temperature setting for
the Auxiliary Heaters is 380°F (193°C).
Manager Mode allows an operator to view and adjust
the following settings:
• Platen Heater Temperature
• Auxiliary Heater Temperature
• Motor Speed
• Temperature Units
7. Press the PROGRAM button to proceed to the
Motor Speed Setpoint.
8. Adjust the Motor Speed Setpoint by pressing
the LIGHTER or DARKER buttons to reach the
desired speed.
NOTE: The Motor Speed is adjustable from 1-100.
The recommended setting is 52.
Manager Mode also allows an operator to view (but
not adjust) the Ambient Temperature of the Control
Compartment.
9.Press the PROGRAM button to proceed to
Temperature Units.
1. Turn the unit off.
10. To change the Temperature Units from Fahrenheit or
Celsius, press the LIGHTER or DARKER buttons.
2. Turn the power on while holding the PROGRAM
button. Continue to hold the button until “ENA”
appears on the display (after approximately 10
seconds).
11. Press the PROGRAM button to proceed to the
Ambient Temperature of the Control Compartment.
NOTE: No changes can be made to the Ambient
Temperature of the Control Compartment.
Temperatures under 150°F (66°C) are acceptable.
3. Release the PROGRAM button. The display now
shows the Platen Setpoint Temperature.
4. To adjust the Platen Setpoint, press the LIGHTER
or DARKER buttons to reach the desired temperature.
12. Press and hold the PROGRAM button to save
any changes.
NOTE: The unit will exit Manager Mode after 30
seconds of keypad inactivity.
NOTE: The recommended temperature setting for
the Platen Heater is 550°F (288°C).
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OPERATION (continued)
Safety Features
Fault Messages
HI-LIMIT CONTROL
The Control Display will flash fault messages when
there is a problem with the unit.
A Hi-Limit Control turns off electrical power to the
heaters and control circuits if the unit overheats. To
reset the control, allow 10-15 minutes for the unit to
cool, then locate the Hi-Limit Control (Figure 6) on
the side of the unit. Remove the black protective cap,
press the button, and reinstall the protective cap.
“HI” will flash if the Platen Heater temperature is 30°F
more than the setpoint or if the Platen Thermocouple is
disconnected or open.
“HI” and “USE” will flash if the Auxiliary Heater
temperature is 50°F more than the setpoint or if the
Auxiliary Thermocouple is disconnected or open.
NOTE: If the Hi-Limit Control requires continuous
resetting, contact your Authorized Service Agency.
“CHEC” will flash when the control compartment ambient temperature is more than 150°F (66°C). All heaters
will shut off. The unit will not restart until the control
compartment ambient temperature falls below 140°F
(60°C).
“PO” will flash if the incoming power drops below 190
Volts. The toaster will shut down.
“StoP” will flash when the motor has stopped for seven
continuous seconds.
“SpEd” will flash when the motor speed has dropped
25% below the setpoint for 30 continuous seconds.
Error Codes
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If any of the following Error Codes appear, turn the
power off, allow the unit to cool, and turn the power
back on. If the error repeats, contact your Authorized
Service Agency for assistance.
Hi-Limit
Control
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ERR 1: Internal error. Cycle the Power Switch. If error
persists, replace the board.
Figure 6. Hi-Limit Control
ERR 2: Internal error. Cycle the Power Switch. If error
persists, replace the board.
ERR 3: Internal error. Cycle the Power Switch. If error
persists, replace the board.
ERR 4: Invalid DIP Switch setting. The only approved
setting is (left to right) up-up-up-down (1 on; 2,
3, 4 off).
ERR 5: Internal error. Cycle the Power Switch. If error
persists, replace the board.
ERR 6: Internal error. Cycle the Power Switch. If error
persists, replace the board.
ERR 7: Not used.
ERR 8: Shorted Platen Thermocouple.
ERR 9: Open Platen Thermocouple.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Turn the power off, unplug the power cord, and let
the unit cool down for 30 minutes before starting
any service or maintenance.
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Fill a clean 1/6-sized, 6-inch deep s/s pan with
hot Detergent Solution; a second pan with clean
rinse water; and a third pan with Sanitizer Solution.
Place a clean, white towel in each pan and place
near toaster.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the unit, do NOT use abrasive cleaners on Release Sheet or Silicone Belt.
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Wipe the Butter Pan Heater.
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Wipe both sides of the Silicone Belts (side facing out first) with a clean, white towel and hot
Detergent Solution. Rinse with a clean, white towel
and clean rinse water. Sanitize using a clean, white
towel and Sanitizer Solution.
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Rotate Belt around so the side facing inward is facing out, exposing the soiled areas of the Silicone
Belt. Wash, rinse, and sanitize following the above
step.
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Remove Release Sheets that have been soaking
and take to dishwashing sink. Hand wash, rinse,
and sanitize both sides. Return to service line.
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Wipe outside of toaster with a clean, white towel
and hot Detergent Solution.
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Reinstall the Bun Chute, Front and Back Conveyor
Cover, and Butter Wheel Heated Base.
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Install the Release Sheet. NOTE: Rotate sheet
daily from silver to black side.
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Install the Heat Shield. Plug unit in.
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Turn toaster and Butter Pan Holder ON 30 minutes
prior to opening.
NOTE: Line 2 toaster in modern restaurants can be
cleaned during slow periods of the day.
CAUTION
Do NOT submerse the Butter Wheel Heated Base
in water. Do NOT wash this item with a water jet.
Do NOT spray cleansers directly on this item.
Daily
AT CLOSE
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Turn the unit OFF and unplug at the outlet. Allow
unit to cool.
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Remove the Butter Wheel and Pan. Pour the
remaining butter into a clean 1/6-sized Cambro
pan. Cover with solid lid and place on dry storage
shelf. Mark side of pan “use first”. NOTE: Only butter that is clear and debris-free can be held over.
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Take Butter Wheel and Pan to the dishwashing
sink. Hand wash, rinse; then sanitize for a minimum of 60 seconds. Allow to air dry. Return to service line; set aside for reassembly at open.
AT OPEN
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Make sure unit is off and unplugged at the outlet.
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Take Heat Shield off; then, remove Release
Sheets.
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Fill a full-sized pan with hot Detergent Solution and
place both Release Sheets into pan to soak.
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Remove Butter Wheel Heated Base and clean
on-line when cleaning the Silicone Belt. Do NOT
submerge.
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Remove Heat Shield, Front and Back Conveyor
Covers, and Bun Chute and take to dishwashing
sink.
NOTE: Do NOT place parts into the powerwash
sink.
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NOTE: Make sure the Heat Shield is activating the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch. The unit will not
function unless the Heat Shield is in place and the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch is activated.
NOTE: Check the Release Sheet to make sure it is
not caught in the Conveyor. Additional Release
Sheets can be purchased under P/N 7000625
(3-Pack).
CAUTION
Failure to use Release Sheets may result in damage
to the unit and loss of warranty coverage.
Pre-rinse, hand wash, rinse and sanitize parts.
Return parts to service line.
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MAINTENANCE (continued)
Replacing the Release Sheet (Every 3-5
Weeks)
Heat Shield
NOTE: Depending on toaster usage and how well
it is cleaned daily, the Release Sheet should last 3
to 5 weeks. Additional Release Sheets can be purchased under P/N 7000625 (3-Pack).
1. Turn the power off to the unit and the Butter
Wheel Heated Base. Unplug the power cord.
2. Put on heat-resistant gloves and remove the
Heat Shield (Figure 7).
3. Remove and discard the Release Sheet.
4. Lay a new Release Sheet on a clean, dry surface
and fold it in half lengthwise. Then gently crease it
at the fold using only your fingers (Figure 8).
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5. Install the new Release Sheet by draping it over
both sides of the Platen with the crease centered
on the Platen.
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Figure 7. Heat Shield
6. Reinstall the Heat Shield with the Release Sheet
retainer clips securely over the Release Sheet
and Platen.
7. Plug in the power cord and test the unit before
returning it to service.
NOTE: Make sure the Heat Shield is activating the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch. The unit will not
function unless the Heat Shield is in place and the
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch is activated.
Fold over so
ends meet.
NOTE: Check the Release Sheet to make sure it is
not caught in the Conveyor.
Press lightly with
finger to form crease.
Figure 8. Folding the Release Sheet
CAUTION
Failure to use Release Sheets may result in damage to the unit and loss of warranty coverage.
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MAINTENANCE (continued)
Replacing the Silicone Belts (Every 2–4
Months)
Silicone
Belt
NOTE: Depending on toaster usage and how well
it is cleaned daily, the Silicone Belts should last 2
to 4 months. Additional Silicone Belts may be purchased under P/N 7000626 (2-Pack).
Silicone Belt
Flap (down)
1. Turn the power off, unplug the power cord, and
allow the unit to cool.
2. Unplug and remove the Butter Wheel Assembly,
and Heat Shield (Figure 1). Set the Bun
Thickness Compression Knobs to 6 and 6.
Silicone
Belt Pin
3. Remove the front and rear Conveyor Covers and
pull the Silicone Belt Pins out of the zipper on the
Silicone Belts (Figure 9).
Figure 9. Removing Silicone Belt
4. Remove and discard the old Silicone Belts.
5. Clean both Conveyor Belt Chains as you would
clean the Silicone Belts during Daily Cleaning.
6. Install new Silicone Belts around the Conveyor
Belt Chains between the yellow Upper and Lower
Support Rods. The zipper flap should be exposed
and hanging down (Figure 9).
NOTE: Make sure the Silicone Belt is only installed
around the Conveyor Belt Chain.
7. Install the Silicone Belt Pins in the new Silicone
Belts, ensuring the ends are properly aligned
(Figure 10).
8. Set the Bun Thickness Compression Knobs to 3
and 4.
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Figure 10. Aligning Belt Teeth
9. Reinstall the front and rear Conveyor Covers.
10. Reinstall the Heat Shield and Butter Wheel
Assembly.
11. Plug in the power cord and test the unit before
returning it to service.
CAUTION
Align the ends of the Silicone Belt properly
(Figure 10) or the Silicone Belt may be damaged.
CAUTION
Position the Silicone Belt between the yellow
Upper and Lower Support Rods or the Silicone
Belt may be damaged.
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MAINTENANCE (continued)
Checking the Conveyor Belt Chains
(Every 3–6 Months)
NOTE: The Bun Thickness Compression Knobs
(Figure 4) must be set to 6 and 6 prior to measuring,
removing or reinstalling the Conveyor Belt Chains.
MEASURING CONVEYOR BELT CHAINS
1. Remove the Butter Wheel Assembly, Bun
Chute, and Heat Shield (Figure 1). Set the Bun
Thickness Compression Knobs to 6 and 6.
2. Remove both Conveyor Covers and pull the
Silicone Belt Pin out of the zipper (Figure 9).
3. Gently pull the Conveyor Chain away from the
edge of the toaster (Figure 11).
Figure 11. Measuring Conveyor Belt Chain
NOTE: Do NOT pull too hard on the Conveyor
Chain. Pulling too hard will compress the top shaft,
which will make the gap between the frame and the
chain seem larger than it is.
4. Hold a U.S. Dime horizontally between the frame
and the chain (Figure 11).
Master
Links
5. If the gap is significantly wider than the coin,
REMOVE links as described.
6. Repeat on the opposite side of the toaster.
REMOVING CONVEYOR BELT CHAIN LINKS
1. Turn the power off, unplug the power cord, and
allow the unit to cool.
Figure 12. Conveyor Belt Chain
2. Remove the Butter Wheel Assembly, Bun
Chute, and Heat Shield. Set the Bun Thickness
Compression Knobs to 6 and 6.
3. Remove the Conveyor Cover(s) and pull the
Silicone Belt Pin out of the zipper.
Master Link
4. Remove the Silicone Belt(s).
5. Locate the two Master Links (Figure 12).
6. Remove the Master Link on both the left and right
side of the chain.
7. Remove one complete link from the chain.
8. Replace the Master Links on both the left and
right side of the chain. This connects the two
ends of the chain together.
Figure 13. Removing Conveyor Belt Chain
NOTE: The ends of the Master Links must point
down (Figure 13).
10. Reinstall the Conveyor Cover(s), Butter Wheel
Assembly, Bun Chute, and Heat Shield.
9. Replace the Silicone Belt(s). Secure with the
Silicone Belt Pin.
11. Set the Bun Thickness Compression Knobs to 3
and 4.
NOTE: Make sure the Conveyor Belt Chain and
Silicone Belt are installed between the yellow
Upper and Lower Support Rods.
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MAINTENANCE (continued)
Acorn Nuts
Roller
Tensioner
Assy.
Roller
Tensioner
Assy.
Spacers
Teflon
Tape
Rear
Conveyor
Cover
1/2 Inch
NOTE: Installation is the
same for both the Front
and Rear Conveyor Covers
Inner Surface
of Conveyor cover
Figure 14. Measuring Roller Tensioner
Figure 15. Measuring Roller Tensioner
Checking the Roller Tensioners
(every 3–6 months)
REPLACING THE CONVEYOR BELT CHAINS
1. Turn the unit off, unplug the power cord, and allow
the unit to cool.
MEASURING THE ROLLER TENSIONERS
2. Remove the Butter Wheel Assembly, Bun Chute,
and Heat Shield (Figure 1). Set the Bun Thickness
Compression Knobs to 6 and 6.
1. Turn the power off, unplug the power cord, and
allow the unit to cool.
2. Remove the Butter Wheel Assembly and Heat
Shield.
3. Remove the Conveyor Cover(s) and pull the
Silicone Belt Pin out of the zipper (Figure 9).
3. Remove the front and rear Conveyor Covers.
4. Remove the Silicone Belt(s).
4. Measure the Roller Tensioner on both inner
Conveyor Covers (Figure 14).
5. Locate the two Master Links on the Conveyor
Belt Chain and remove both the left and the right
Master Link.
5. The space between the inner Conveyor Cover
and bottom of the Tensioner wheel should be no
larger than 1/2”.
6. Remove the existing Conveyor Belt Chain(s).
7. Place the new Conveyor Belt Chain(s) on the top
sprockets with the hook ends down.
6. Adjust or replace the Tensioners as needed.
NOTE: The ends of the hooks must point down
(Figure 13).
8. Reinstall the Heat Shield and Butter Wheel
Assembly.
8. Install the Conveyor Belt Chain around the top
and lower sprockets and connect by replacing
both the left and the right Master Links.
9. Plug in the power cord and test the unit before
returning it to service.
7. Reinstall the front and rear Conveyor Covers.
REPLACING/ADJUSTING THE ROLLER TENSIONERS
9. Reinstall the Silicone Belt(s).
1. Remove the acorn nuts and old Roller Tensioner
Assembly.
10. Reinstall the Conveyor Cover(s), Butter Wheel
Assembly, Bun Chute, and Heat Shield.
2. Install the new Tensioner Assembly according to
Figure 15.
11. Set the Bun Thickness Compression Knobs to 3
and 4.
3. Make sure the spacers are placed inside the
Tensioner arm. The spacers allow the Tensioner
to pivot freely.
12. Return the unit to service.
4. Make sure there is 1/2” between the bottom of the
Tensioner wheel and the inside of the Conveyor
Cover.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Platen
Conveyor Safety
Interlock Switch
Butter Wheel
Connector
Receptacle
Butter Wheel
Connector
Receptacle
Rear Auxiliary
Air Heater
Front Auxiliary
Air Heater
Idler
Sprocket
Transformer
Auxiliary
Relay
Platen
Relay
Drive
Sprocket
Drive
Chain
Hi-Limit
Control
Control
Board
Power
Switch
Motor
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
WARNING
To avoid possible personal injury and/or damage to the unit, inspections, tests and repairs of electrical
equipment should be performed by qualified service personnel. The unit should be unplugged when
servicing, except when electrical tests are required. Use extreme care during electrical circuit tests. Live
circuits will be exposed.
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Control Display flashes
“LO” continuously.
Buns not toasting
properly.
Platen temperature is below 440ºF
(226ºC).
Allow the unit to warm up for 30 minutes and then
recheck. If the Control Display still reads “LO”, contact
your maintenance person or Authorized Service
Agency for service.
Control Display flashes
“LO” continuously.
Buns burn.
Failed Platen Thermocouple.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Control Display flashes
“PO” continuously.
The power to the unit is below 190
volts.
Failed Control Board.
Failed Control Board.
Failed Transformer.
Control Display flashes
“CHEC” continuously.
Control Compartment ambient
temperature is above 140ºF (60ºC).
Failed Cooling Fan.
Failed Control Board.
Control Display flashes
“HI” continuously.
Buns burn.
Failed Platen Solid State Relay.
Turn the power off and then on. If the display still
shows “PO”, check the power cord, plug, and outlet
for damage.
Reset the Circuit Breakers.
Contact your maintenance person, Authorized
Service Agency, or electrician for service.
Verify side vents on toaster are unblocked and not
near other heating appliances. If problem still persists,
contact your maintenance person or
Authorized Service Agency for service.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Failed Control Board.
Failed Platen Thermocouple.
Control Display flashes
“ERR 9” continuously.
Buns not toasting
properly.
Loose Platen Thermocouple connec- Re-secure the Platen Thermocouple connection to
tion on Control Board or the Platen
the Control Board. If the Control Display still reads
Thermocouple is open.
“ERR 9”, check the Thermocouple for continuity.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Failed Control Board.
Service Agency for service.
Control Display flashes
“HI” and “USE” after
20–30 minutes.
Loose Auxiliary Thermocouple conRe-secure the Auxiliary Thermocouple connection to
nection on Control Board or Auxiliary the Control Board. If the Control Display still reads
Thermocouple is open.
“HI” and “USE”, check Thermocouple for continuity.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Control Display
flashes “StoP”.
Faulty Auxiliary Solid State Relay.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Mechanical bind in one or both
conveyors.
Enter “user mode” to check the motor speed.
Check both conveyors for mechanical binds.
Test the motor.
Replace necessary parts.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Damaged ball bearings.
Conveyor chains loose or damaged.
Drive chain or sprockets damaged.
Motor has shortened tachometer.
Motor is not receiving voltage.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Control Display
flashes “SpEd”.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Mechanical bind in one or both
conveyors.
Damaged ball bearings.
Conveyor chains loose or damaged.
Drive chain or sprockets damaged.
No Control Display.
Enter User Mode to check motor speed.
Check both conveyors for mechanical binds.
Replace necessary parts.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Power cord not plugged in.
Plug power cord into the proper electrical outlet.
Hi-Limit Control has tripped.
Allow unit to cool and reset the Hi-Limit Control. If
it trips again, contact your maintenance person or
Authorized Service Agency.
Circuit Breakers turned off or tripped. Reset Circuit Breakers. If they trip again, check the
Damaged electrical outlet, plug, or
power cord, plug, and outlet for damage.
cord. Power Switch damaged.
Contact your maintenance person, Authorized
Service Agency, or electrician for service.
Conveyor does not
turn.
Buns not toasting
adequately.
Safety Interlock Switch is not
activated.
Reposition the Heat Shield properly.
Heat Shield is bent or damaged.
Replace Heat Shield (P/N 0012541).
Faulty Transformer.
Replace Transformer.
Damaged or Missing Roller
Tensioner(s).
Adjust or replace Roller Tensioner(s).
Conveyor Belt/Chain has stretched.
Chain skipping on sprockets.
Measure and adjust the Conveyor Belt Chains as
described in the Maintenance section of this manual.
Motor Drive Chain came off
Sprocket(s).
Reinstall Drive Chain.
Drive Chain needs lubrication.
Lubricate chain with Lubit-8 (P/N 2140152).
Drive Motor has failed.
Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Compression Settings are incorrect.
Use the recommended settings. Set Heel to 3 and
Crown to 4.
Temperature Setting is incorrect.
Verify that the Platen (SP-P) is set to 550°F (288°C)
and the Auxiliary (SP-A) is set to 380°F (193°C).
For making changes to the setpoint temperature,
see the Installation section of this manual.
Release Sheet is worn or needs
cleaning (replace every 3–5 weeks).
Inspect Release Sheet for cleanliness, worn sports,
tears, or wrinkles. Clean or replace Release Sheet
as described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Silicone Belts are worn or need
Replace or clean Silicone Belts as described in the
cleaning (replace every 2–4 months). Maintenance section of this manual.
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Silicone Belts are not tacky/sticky.
Replace or clean Silicone Belts as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Buns do not meet specifications.
Contact your bun supplier.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Crowns and/or Heels
must be forced into
the toaster. Buns
sticking and burning.
New Conveyor
Silicone Belts do not
fit.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Silicone Belts not being cleaned
properly.
Clean Silicone Belts as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Silicone Belts are not tacky/sticky
(replace every 2–4 months).
Clean Silicone Belts. If the Silicone Belts are
too worn, replace them as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Silicone Belts are dirty, worn,
or damaged (replace every 2–4
months).
Clean or replace Silicone Belts as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Release Sheet is not being cleaned
properly.
Clean both sides of the black and silver Release
Sheet as described in the Maintenance section of
this manual.
Release Sheet is not being reversed
as required.
Reverse the Release Sheet or replace Release
Sheet as described in the Maintenance section of
this manual.
Release Sheet is dirty, worn, or
damaged (replace every 3–5 weeks).
Clean or replace the Release Sheet as described in
the Maintenance section of this manual.
Conveyor Belt Chains are skipping
on Sprockets.
Measure and adjust the Conveyor Belt Chains as
described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch
is not being activated by the Heat
Shield.
Heat Shield is ajar. Reposition Heat Shield.
Silicone Belts slipping over
Conveyor Belt Chains.
Remove Silicone Belts and clean the Conveyor Belt
Chain links and Silicone Belts as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Roller Tensioner(s) damaged or
missing.
Reinstall or replace Roller Tensioner(s) as described
in the Maintenance section of this manual.
Drive Motor stalls intermittently.
Contact your maintenance person or an Authorized
Service Agency for service.
Compression Settings are incorrect.
Use the recommended settings. Set Heel to 3 and
Crown to 4.
Buns are not inserted into the
toaster properly.
Buns must be inserted with the cut sides facing
each other on the correct Heel or Crown side.
Compression Settings are incorrect.
Set Bun Thickness Compression Knobs to 6 and
6 when replacing Silicone Belts or when adjusting
Conveyor Belt Chains.
Silicone Belts not installed correctly.
Install Silicone Belts between the Support Rods with
the zipper flap exposed and hanging down.
Silicone Belts are damaged or are the
wrong type for your unit.
Replace with OEM P/N 7000626 only.
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Heat Shield is damaged. Replace if necessary. If
the Conveyor Safety Interlock Switch is damaged,
contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Problem
Toaster makes
unusual sounds.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Compression Settings are too tight.
Set Bun Thickness Compression Knobs to the
correct (or larger) setting.
Silicone Belts are installed incorrectly.
Silicone Belts must be installed as described in the
Maintenance section of this manual.
Silicone Belt Pin rubbing on housing. Center the Pin in the Silicone Belt zipper.
Roller Tensioner(s) bent or missing.
Measure, adjust, or replace the Roller Tensioner(s)
as described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Conveyor Belt Chains have
stretched.
Measure and adjust the Conveyor Belt Chains as
described in the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Conveyor Belt Chains adjusted
incorrectly.
Sugar and/or carbon has accumulated inside the Silicone Belt and
between the Conveyor Belt Chain
and Tensioner Slide Rails.
Remove Silicone Belts, clean Conveyor Belt Chain
links just as you clean the Silicone Belts daily, and
then clean the Slide Rails on the Tensioners. Next,
clean the Silicone Belt on both sides before
reinstalling it.
Motor Drive Chain needs lubrication. Lubricate the Drive Chain carefully with Lubit-8 (P/N
2140152) at least once a year.
A Conveyor Shaft bearing is binding. Contact your maintenance person or Authorized
Service Agency for service.
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS
10
12
9
4
5
1
2
6
3
13
7
14
15
8
10
18
16
6
7
17
21
26
22
25
26
26
24
27
28/29
32
24
33
35
26
39
34
37
30
38
31
36
40
P/N 1011129 Rev. J 08/11
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VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
55
54
53
44
92
42
47
96
45
95
43
94
PR
OG
RA
M
LIG
HT
ER
DA
RK
47
ER
48
46
49
52
50
56
51
A.J. Antunes & Co.
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P/N 1011129 Rev. J 08/11
VERTICAL CONTACT TOASTER
REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
82
62
60
77
79
74
78
12
86
61
91
87
60
67
84
97
90
87
12
62
83
PR
OG
RAM
LIG
H
59
TE
R
DAR
KE
R
11
16
10
67
20
81
63
57
76
58
74
85
75
73
58
89
65
64
7
71
88
72
70
69 68
6
66
10
41
67
P/N 1011129 Rev. J 08/11
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REPLACEMENT PARTS (continued)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Part No.
0505987
0600141
0505967
0506065
308P224*
7000777
0504320
0506066
308P223*
308P143*
308P115*
308P144*
7000778
306P105*
306P102*
0506067
7000776
7000774
7000626
0700737
7000757
7000758
7000770
300P123*
2150300
7000771
2150299
0021688
0021679
0021680
0503496
0503497
4030349
0506072
0504700
0504699
0505968
7000780
7000779
7000775
41 2120210
42 2100253
43 0021681
44 0021659
45 7000806
46 0012539
47 7000759
48 0505966
49 0012534
50 0506069
Description
Spring Guide
Compression Spring
Spring Support Bracket
Retainer Plate
Spacer 3/8" OD x .515” Lg.
Ball Bearing Kit (Two-Pack)
Spacer, .781" x 1.125" x .06"
Bearing Retainer Bracket
Washer, Flat #8
Nut, Hex KEPS #8-32 Steel
Mach. Screw #8-32 x 3/8"
Mach. Screw #8-32 x 1/4" with #6 Head
Idler Bearing Assembly Kit (Incl. #1-12)
Mach. Screw #6-32 x 1/2"
Washer, Int. Tooth #06
Bearing Retainer
Bearing Retainer Kit (Incl. #6, 7, 10 & 16)
Support Rod Kit (Incl. #14 & 15)
Silicone Belt Kit (not shown)
Power Cord (250 Volt, 20 Amp.)
Platen (208V/1900W) Kit
Wire Belt Kit
Master Link Kit (Four-Pack)
Retaining Ring
Idler Shaft
Sprocket, 1/2" Bore Kit (Eight-Pack)
Drive Shaft
Cam Weldment, Front Side
Cam Weldment, Back Side
Tensioner Assembly
Bracket Tensioner Right
Bracket Tensioner Left
Heating Element (208V/675W)
Bracket, Auxiliary Thermocouple
Bracket Retainer Left
Bracket Retainer Right
Tensioner
Short Teflon Slider Kit (Two-Pack)
Long Teflon Slider Kit (Two-Pack)
Thermocouple Type “K”, 1/8" Dia. Kit
(Incl. #34)
Aluminum Spacer
Knob
End Housing Panel Weldment
Butter Roller Weldment
Diamond Pattern (incl. w/ #45)
Butter Wheel Kit
Conveyor Cover Front Assy. (Incl. #47)
Roller Tensioner Kit (Two-Pack)
Bun Chute
Base Heater Assy.
Inner Base
Qty.
Item
Part No.
4
4
4
2
2
4
2
1
4
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
4
-
51
52
53
54
55
0200296
0012484
0012540
0012541
7000578
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
0200293
7000542
304P105*
4030332
4051005
0505980
306P103*
1001390
7000773
4070154
0506064
2150181
0011299
331P103*
212P118*
4000199
3100199
0505964
2150295
7000772
76 0505956
77 7000769
78 2150294
79 7000791
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
94
95
96
97
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4010221
0400111
3250176
4051010
0503359
308P157*
0503150
2110197
331P106*
331P101*
4010187
300P102*
7000625
7000400
4000138
0503775
7000790
Description
Qty.
Base Gasket 17.25" Lg.
Control Housing Cover Assy.
Conveyor Cover Rear Assy. (Incl. #47)
Heat Shield Assy.
Teflon Damper Replacement Kit
(Incl. Two Teflon Sheets and Four Springs)
Base Gasket 8.5" Lg.
Rocker Switch Kit
Nut, Hex “KEPS” #4-40
Hi-Limit Thermostat
Receptacle (250V/15A)
Outer Retainer
Mach. Screw #6-32 x 3/8"
Control Label
Control Board Kit
Varistor Board
Idler and Bearing Retainer
Sprocket 25B20 1/2" Bore
Sprocket/Bearing Assy.
Shoulder Bolt 3/8" x 1" 5/16-18 Thrd.
Flat Washer .316" ID x .687" OD x .047"
Gear Motor
Screw #10-32 x 3/8 Lg. Socket Head
Motor Mounting Plate
Sprocket 25B28 .395" Bore
Motor Replacement Kit
(Incl. #71, 72, 73 & 74)
Motor Mounting Bracket
Drive Sprocket and Chain Kit
(Incl. #74, 78 & two of 67)
Drive Chain
Thermocouple Kit, Type “K” 3/16" Dia.
(Incl. #87)
Cap, MP, Motor Run (not shown)
Shorty Bushing 1/2"
Screw, Flange Hex Head Cap
Relay, Solid State 50A Kit
Relay Bracket
Screw #8-32 x 3/8"
Heater Clip
Metal Cable Clip
Lock Washer, 5/16"
Nut, Hex 5/16” x 18
Transformer (240V)
Nut, Speed #8-32 “U”
Release Sheet (Pack of 3)
Interlock Switch Kit
Fan, Axial (220/230V)
Fan Duct
Platen Bolt Kit (4-Pack)
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
* Only available in packages of 10.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
14 GA
∆
WIRING DIAGRAM
BLK/BRN
WHT/BLU
GRN
GRN-YEL
LIGHTED
POWER
CORD
WHT
GND
BLK
WHT
GRN
HEATER
ELEMENT
BLK
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NOTES
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A.J. Antunes & Co.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Equipment manufactured by Roundup Food Equipment Division of A.J. Antunes & Co. has been constructed of the finest
materials available and manufactured to high quality standards. These units are warranted to be free from electrical and
mechanical defects for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase under normal use and service, and when installed
in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. To insure continued operation of the units, follow the maintenance
procedures outlined in the Owner’s Manual. During the first 12 months, electro-mechanical parts, non-overtime labor, and
travel expenses up to 2 hours (100 miles/160 km), round trip from the nearest Authorized Service Center are covered.
During the first 24 months, coverage for parts only to include the following components: Generator Casting, Solid State
Control, and Motor.
1.This warranty does not cover cost of installation, defects caused by improper storage or handling prior to placing of the
Equipment. This warranty does not cover overtime charges or work done by unauthorized service agencies or personnel.
This warranty does not cover normal maintenance, calibration, or regular adjustments as specified in operating and maintenance instructions of this manual, and/or labor involved in moving adjacent objects to gain access to the equipment.
This warranty does not cover consumable/wear items such as Platen Release Sheets, Silicone Belts, Gaskets, O-rings, Light
Bulbs, Air Bulb Actuators, Rubber Seals, Rubber Feet, Teflon Egg Rings, Teflon Dampers, Teflon Curtains, Damper Support
Springs, Conveyor Belt Chains (Wire Flat Flex Belts and Links). This warranty does not cover damage to the Load Cell or
Load Cell Assembly due to abuse, misuse, dropping of unit/shock loads or exceeding maximum weight capacity (4 lbs). This
warranty does not cover water contamination problems such as foreign material in water lines or inside solenoid valves.
It does not cover water pressure problems or failures resulting from improper/incorrect voltage supply. This warranty does
not cover Travel Time & Mileage in excess of 2 hours (100 miles/160 km) round trip from the nearest authorized service
agency.
2.Roundup reserves the right to make changes in design or add any improvements on any product. The right is always
reserved to modify equipment because of factors beyond our control and government regulations. Changes to update
equipment do not constitute a warranty charge.
3.If shipment is damaged in transit, the purchaser should make a claim directly upon the carrier. Careful inspection should be made
of the shipment as soon as it arrives and visible damage should be noted upon the carrier’s receipt. Damage should be reported
to the carrier. This damage is not covered under this warranty.
4.Warranty charges do not include freight or foreign, excise, municipal or other sales or use taxes. All such freight and taxes
are the responsibility of the purchaser.
5.THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, EACH OF WHICH IS HEREBY
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. THE REMEDIES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN NO EVENT SHALL ROUNDUP BE
LIABLE FOR SPECIAL CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR THE BREACH OR DELAY IN PERFORMANCE OF
THIS WARRANTY.
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