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Alto-Shaam 6-10ML Technical data
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COMBITHERM
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INSTALLATION
MAINTENANCE
SERVICE
ELECTRIC
ML SERIES
COMBINATION
OVEN/STEAMERS
W164 N9221 Water Street
PHONE: (262)251-3800
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P.O. Box 450
(800)558-8744 U.S.A./CANADA
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Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 53052-0450
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ELECTRIC
INSTALLATION
SERVICE SECTION
Receiving & Transportation . . . . . . . . . .1
Basic Installation Site Requirements . . . . . .2
Ventilation Requirements
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Positioning On Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Installation Requirementss . . . . . . . . . .4
Hand Shower Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Wat e r S u p p l y
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Wa t e r D r a i n a g e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Stacking Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Electrical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Additional Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . .8
Instructions to be Provided
to Owner/Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
INSTALLATION CHECK LIST . . . . . . 1 0
SERVICE VIEW• OVEN INTERIOR . . . . . . .29
Models 6•10, 7•14, 10•10, 10•18, 12•20
SERVICE VIEW • SIDE PANEL ACCESS . . . .30
Models 6•10, 7•14, 10•10, 10•18, 12•20
SERVICE VIEW • O V E N E X T E R I O R . . . . . . . 3 1
Model 20•20 SHOWN WITH OPTIONAL PLATE CART
SERVICE VIEW • O V E N I N T E R I O R . . . . . . . 3 2
Model 20•20
SERVICE VIEW • SIDE PANEL ACCESS . . . .33
Model 20•20
SERVICE VIEW • SIDE PANEL ACCESS . . . .34
Model 20•20
TOP MOTOR AND WIRING TREE ASSEMBLY
BOTTOM MOTOR AND WIRING TREE ASSEMBLY
PARTS LIST
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . 11
D O O R A N D E X T E R I O R PA RT S
CONTROL PANEL IDENTIFICATION
E L E C T R I C A L A N D E L E C T R O N I C PA RT S
• Standard and Deluxe . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 2
• S Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 4
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Routine Cleaning Requirements . . . . . .15
Steam Generator Flush
• Standard and Deluxe . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 5
Oven Cleaner Requirements . . . . . . . . .17
Daily Oven Cleaning
• S Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 8
• Standard and Deluxe . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 9
Decalcification
• S Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1
• Standard and Deluxe . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3
Roll-In Cart/Food Trolley Cleaning . . . . .25
Daily Gasket Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
EMERGENCY OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . 2 6
CONTROL RESET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7
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P L U M B I N G PA RT S . . .
T R O L L E Y PA RT S . . . .
S C O N T R O L PA RT S . .
M E C H A N I C A L PA RT S
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
MODEL
6•1 0 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 1 P h
6•1 0 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 3 P h
7•1 4 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 1 P h
7•1 4 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 3 P h
7•1 4 M L — 3 8 0 - 4 1 5 V, 3 P h
7•1 4 M L — 4 4 0 - 4 8 0 V, 3 P h
1 0•1 0 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 1 P h
1 0•1 0 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 3 P h
1 0•1 0 M L — 3 8 0 - 4 1 5 V, 3 P h
1 0•1 0 M L — 4 4 0 V, 3 P h . . .
1 0•1 8 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 3 P h
1 0•1 8 M L — 4 4 0 - 4 8 0 V, 3 P h
2 0•2 0 M L — 2 0 8 - 2 4 0 V, 3 P h
2 0•2 0 M L — 4 4 0 - 4 8 0 V, 3 P h
S Control ( A L L M O D E L S ) . . .
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NPE
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NPE
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Transportation & Damage Claims . . . . . . . .56
L i m i t e d Wa r r a n t y . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 6
C O M B I T H E R M ® I N S TA L L AT I O N
RECEIVING & TRANSPORTATION
Upon receipt of the Combitherm combination
oven/steamer, check the exterior of the shipping
carton for any physical damage that could result in
damage to the contents. If the oven was not
received from the carrier in an upright position,
there is a stronger possibility of concealed damage.
Remove the carton or uncrate the unit carefully
and inspect for any transit damage. Immediately
report any damage to the delivering freight carrier.
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The oven must remain on the pallet
while being moved to the installation site
by fork lift or pallet lift truck.
Note the dimensions required for doorways and
aisles for access of the oven and pallet to the
installation site. Transport the oven in an upright
and level position only. Do not tilt the oven.
With the oven on the original pallet, remove the
carton and all packaging materials. Open the oven
door and remove all documents and other
materials from the oven interior. Remove the
roll-in cart if so equipped.
PA L L E T I Z E D D I M E N S I O N S A N D W E I G H T
MODEL
WIDTH
6 •1 0
37"
1 0 •1 0
7 •1 4
DEPTH
HEIGHT
W / PALLET
WEIGHT
W / PALLET
(940mm)
47"
(1194mm)
69"
(1753mm)
415 lb (188kg)
35"
(889mm)
45"
(1143mm)
78"
(1981mm)
495 lb (225kg)
51"
(1259mm)
44"
(1118mm)
79"
(2007mm)
535 lb (243kg)
1 0 •1 8
51"
(1259mm)
44"
(1118mm)
74"
(1880mm)
754 lb (342kg)
1 2 •2 0
58"
(1473mm)
53"
(1346mm)
61"
(1549mm)
878 lb (398kg)
2 0 •2 0
54"
(1372mm)
53"
(1346mm)
83"
(2108mm)
1364 lb (619kg)
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BASIC INSTALLATION SITE REQUIREMENTS
H O O D I N S TA L L AT I O N I S R E Q U I R E D
• Installation surface must be level.
• Do not install adjacent to flammable surfaces.
• Deep fat fryers or similar heat producing equipment must not be installed in
the immediate vicinity of the hand shower.
The oven must remain on the pallet while being moved
to the installation site with fork lift or pallet lift truck.
Do not tilt the oven.
VENTILATION
A steam ventilation hood is mandatory for the operation of the oven. The ventilation hood must be installed
in accordance with local building codes for steam exhaust and must protrude 12-inches to 20-inches
(300mm to 500mm) over the front side of the oven. A grease filter must be located in the protruding area of
the hood. Grease filters should be thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis following manufacturer's
instructions. Ventilation hoods must ensure an adequate amount of incoming air during operation and must
be operated whenever the combination oven/steamer is used in order to avoid the accumulation of
condensation in the hood area.
If a ventless hood is to be installed, we
recommend the Combitherm Ventless Hood for
the appropriate model oven. Ventless hoods
are available for the Combitherm models
6•10, 7•14, 10•10, and 10•18 (VH ML -10)
electric.
MODEL
Air Movement
Drain Connection
Electrical
Ship Weight
Replacement
Filters
GREASE
CHARCOAL
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VHML-10
1200 CFM
3/4" (19,1mm) NPT
208-240 V.A.C. — 50/60 Hz, 1 ph
240 watts, 1.0 amps
126 lb (57 kg)
FI-23062
FI-24102
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C O M B I T H E R M ® I N S TA L L AT I O N
POSITIONING ON SITE
removing the oven from the pallet for
➤Before
positioning on site, it is important to remove the drip
tray to prevent damage to the tray caused by the
lifting forks. The drip tray is fastened to the bottom of
the oven with three sheet metal screws as illustrated.
This requirement pertains to the following models.
MODELS
6•10 ML
10•10 ML
7•14 ML
10•18 ML
This step does not
pertain to models
12•20 ML and 20•20 ML .
Lift the oven from the pallet
with a fork lift or pallet lift
truck positioned at the front
of the oven. To avoid
damage, position the lift forks
to the left of the condenser as
indicated in one of the two
diagrams shown below. For
additional damage protection,
the use of two wooden boards,
placed between the bottom of
the oven and the lifting forks,
is strongly recommended.
15"
(381mm)
CONDENSER
8"
(203mm)
10"
(254mm)
CONDENSER
3"
(76mm)
MODEL
NET WEIGHT
6• 10
285 lb (129 kg)
10 •10
385 lb (175 kg)
7• 14
405 lb (184 kg)
10 •18
514 lb (233 kg)
12 •20
665 lb (302 kg)
20 •20
958 lb (435 kg)
After the oven is correctly positioned
MODELS
MODELS
6•10
10•10
7•14
10•18
12•20
20•20
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on site, reattach the drip tray.
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
■
Do not install oven adjacent to flammable
4"
(102mm)
surfaces. Strictly observe all local fire
safety regulations.
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In order to ensure proper ventilation, a
minimum distance of at least 6-inches
18"
(46cm)
(152mm) must be kept from the control
panel side [ LEFT ] of the oven and any
adjoining surfaces.
4" (102mm)
NOTE: In addition to ventilation
RETRACTABLE
DOOR OPTION:
requirements, additional clearance
6-1/2" (165mm)
is needed for service access. A
minimum distance of 18-inches
(457mm) is strongly recommended.
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20"
(50cm)
Allow a minimum of 4-inches (102mm) from
the right side of the oven to allow the door
to open to at least a 90° angle. Fully opened,
the door will extend up to a 225° angle. If
the oven is furnished with the retractable
MINIMUM
20"
(50cm)
door option, allow a minimum clearance of
6-1/2-inches (16cm).
■
Allow a minimum clearance of 4-inches
(102mm) from the back of the oven for
plumbing connections.
■
Allow a 20-inch (50cm) clearance at the top of
the oven for free air movement and for the
steam vent(s) located at the top [ RIGHT- REAR ].
■
Do not install the oven adjacent to heat
producing equipment such as fryers,
broilers, etc. Minimum clearance
recommended: 20-inches (50cm).
Place the Combitherm oven on a stable, LEVEL
horizontal surface. For counter-top models, the
oven stand must be level. In addition, the overall
height of the oven should be positioned so the
operating controls and shelves may be
conveniently reached from the front.
A L L I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
AND REQUIREMENTS MUST BE
S T R I C T LY O B S E R V E D .
IMPROPER CONNECTION
OF THIS APPLIANCE
NULLIFIES ALL WARRANTIES.
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ASSEMBLY REQUIREMENTS
HAND SHOWER HOLDER
Fasten the hand shower holder in the holes
provided on the oven using the three (3) screws
packaged with the holder.
WATER SUPPLY
C O N N E C T TO P OTA B L E ( D R I N K A B L E ) C O L D WAT E R O N LY
WATER PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS: M I N I M U M 30 PSI (2 BAR)
MAXIMUM 90 PSI (6 BAR)
Flush the water line at the installation site before connecting the oven to the water supply. A shut-off valve and
approved back-flow preventer must be installed when connecting the oven to the cold water intake. The water
supply line must be a minimum of 3/4-inch (NPT) (19mm). A hose connector is supplied for flexible hose
connection to the COLD water source. Connected water should test at hardness level of 5 to 9 grains per gallon
(85 to 154 ppm). A water filtration system is recommended if the water supply is between 5 and 9 gpg of
hardness. If water tests over 18 gpg of hardness (344 ppm), the installation of a water softener to maintain oven
function is strongly recommended.
PIPE SEALING TAPE ( TEFLON ®) MUST BE USED
AT ALL CONNECTION POINTS.
The use of a pipe sealing compound is not recommended.
THE SHUT-OFF VALVE MUST BE IN THE OPEN POSITION
WHEN THE OVEN IS BEING USED.
ELBOW
WATER
COLD WATER — DRINKING QUALITY
1-1/2" NPT
PRESSURE : 30 to 90 psi
2 to 6 bar
INDIRECT WASTE PIPE WITH AIR GAP :
INLET :
CHLORINE :
HARDNESS :
3/4"
NPT
LINE
less than 0.8 ppm
CHLORIDE :
less than 70 ppm
5 to 9 gpg
85 to 154 ppm
PH RANGE :
7.0 to 9.0
WATER SOFTENER SHOULD BE UTILIZED
IN HARD WATER AREAS .
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The hand shower spray hose is installed adjacent
to the cold water intake connection. A ball valve
is installed on the oven for hose connection to the
COLD water source. Assemble the washer and
the flexible hose on the ball valve and hang the
spray handle on the holder previously installed
on the oven.
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C O M B I T H E R M ® I N S TA L L AT I O N
WATER DRAINAGE
The oven must discharge through an
indirect waste pipe by means of an air gap.
The drain thread is 1-1/4-inch (32mm) NPT.
A union is required. Install a 1-1/4-inch
(32mm) diameter drain line. The drain line
must always be a positive gradient away
from the Combitherm oven and not more than
12-inches (305mm) before an air gap.
NOTE: In the U.S.A., this equipment is to be
installed to comply with the Basic
Plumbing Code of the Building
Officials and Code Administrators
International, Inc. [BOCA], and the
Food Service Sanitation Manual of the
Food & Drug Administration [FDA].
2" (51mm)
Air Gap
1-1/4" (32mm) diameter NPT
If several units are to be connected to one
drain pipe, the dimensions of the pipe must
be sufficient to allow an unobstructed water
drain system.
AVERAGE DRAIN WATER TEMPERATURE
WASTE PIPE
1-1/2" to 2" minimum diameter
(c. 38mm to 51mm)
149°F (65°C)
STACKING INSTALLATION
Stacking Combitherm ovens require two (2) water connections, two (2) drain connections, and two (2)
electrical connections.
15" (381mm)
VENT
If local code allows,
the water and drain may be
manifolded as long as the size
of the water inlet is increased
to 1-inch (25,4mm) and the
drains include an external vent.
The drawing illustrates one
suggested method of a
1"
manifold installation.
UNION
Intake
1" (25,4mm)
3/4"
(19mm)
1-1/4"
(32mm)
UNION
WATER INTAKE
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DRAIN
1-1/2" (38mm)
(25,4mm)
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE
MADE BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN
ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE ELECTRICAL CODES.
An electrical wiring diagram is located behind
the control panel on the left side of the oven.
The oven must be installed by a qualified electrician. This appliance must be branch circuit protected with proper ampacities, in accordance
with the wiring diagram located in the electrical
compartment of the oven. The oven must be
properly grounded in accordance with the
National Electrical Code and applicable local
codes.
MOTOR
with
Rotation Direction
C AU T I O N
E N S U R E T H E AVA I L A B L E P OW E R
S O U R C E M AT C H E S T H E VO LT AG E S TA M P E D O N T H E
N A M E P L AT E O F T H E OV E N .
Wire size for the main incoming power to the
unit must match the minimum size listed in the
specifications applicable to the specific oven
model. For supply connections, locate the wire
size posted on the label located on the electrical
control box cover, behind the service panel or
elsewhere listed in this manual.
Terminal
Block Ground
Electrical
Panel
Electrical
Connection
LISTED
COOKING APPLIANCE
584M
ANSI/NSF4
When connecting to a Delta-B (wild leg) on a 3-phase system, the wild leg must be connected to line 3.
FOLLOWING ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION, THE FAN
MUST ROTATE IN THE
SAME DIRECTION AS
THE ARROW LOCATED ON THE OVEN FAN
MOTOR.
T H I S A P P L I A N C E W I L L N OT F U N C T I O N P RO P E R LY A N D DA M AG E C A N
O C C U R I F T H E M OTO R ROTAT I O N I S
N OT C O R R E C T.
Before operating the oven, check all cable
connections in the electrical connection area
for tightness since connections can loosen
during transport.
N O T E : After both water and electrical connections have been completed, operate the oven in any cooking mode
for a period of 15 minutes and
recheck the main power connections
at the terminal block to make certain they remain tight.
TO CHANGE MOTOR DIRECTION,
EXCHANGE TWO OF THE
INCOMING PHASES.
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A D D I T I O N A L T E C H N I C A L D ATA
MODEL ➜
Type of Oven
Pan
INCHES
Capacity
GASTRONORM
6•10 M L
10•10 M L
7•14 M L
10•18 M L
12•20 M L
20•20 M L
counter
counter
counter
counter
floor
floor
oven stand
oven stand
oven stand
oven stand
w/roll-in cart
w/roll-in cart
6: 12" x 20"
10: 12" x 20"
14: 12" x 20"
20: 12" x 20"
24: 12" x 20"
40: 12" x 20"
6: 18" x 13"
10: 18" x 13"
7: 18" x 26"
10: 18" x 26"
12: 18" x 26"
20: 18" x 26"
6: GN 1/1
10: GN 1/1
14: GN 1/1
20: GN 1/1
24: GN 1/1
40: GN 1/1
12: GN 2/1
20: GN 2/1
2-5/8
2-5/8
2-5/8
2-5/8
2-5/8
2-5/8
Spacing (MILLIMETERS)
(65mm)
(65mm)
(65mm)
(65mm)
(65mm)
(65mm)
Interior
23-1/2
23-1/2
23-1/2
23-1/2
26-1/4
26-1/4
(596)
(596)
(596)
(596)
(667)
(667)
21-1/16
21-1/16
28-7/16
28-7/16
32-11/16
32-11/16
(535)
(535)
(722)
(722)
(830)
(830)
17-3/4
27
20-5/16
30-3/4
38-11/16
60-1/4
(451)
(685)
(515)
(781)
(983)
(1530)
Side Rack
INCHES
INCHES
Width ( MILLIMETERS )
Interior
INCHES
Depth ( MILLIMETERS )
Interior
INCHES
Height ( MILLIMETERS )
Noise
The noise emission level related to the workplace is lower than: 70 dBA
Level
Spray Hose
81-inches
81-inches
87-inches
87-inches
87-inches
102-inches
Length
(2050mm)
(2050mm)
(2200mm)
(2200mm)
(2200mm)
(2600mm)
Water Consumption
5 -8 gal/hr
8-13 gal/hr
8-13 gal/hr
10.5-18.5 gal/hr
13-21 gal/hr
21-26.5 gal/hr
( APPROX .)
(20-30 l/hr)
(30-50 l/hr)
(30-50 l/hr)
(40-70 l/hr)
(50-80 l/hr)
(80-100 l/hr)
0.05 gal/min
0.10 gal/min
0.10 gal/min
0.13 gal/min
0.16 gal/min
0.21 gal/min
(0.2 l/min)
(0.4 l/min)
(0.4 l/min)
(0.5 l/min)
(0.6 l/min)
(0.8 l/min)
27.7 lb/hr
46.3 lb/hr
46.3 lb/hr
69.2 lb/hr
83.3 lb/hr
111.1 lb/hr
(12.6 kg/hr)
(21 kg/hr)
(21 kg/hr)
(31.4 kg/hr)
(37.8 kg/hr)
(50.4 kg/hr)
Steam Generator
Water Consumption
( APPROX .)
Steam Generator
Rating
( APPROX .)
Steam
Generator
GALLONS
1.3
2.6
2.6
4.0
4.0
5.3
Volume
( LITERS )
(5)
(10)
(10)
(15)
(15)
(20)
Heat
BTU / HR
2823
4419
4419
6874
8592
15729
Loss
( K J/ H )
(2981)
(4666)
(4666)
(7258)
(10368)
(16608)
2945
4909
4909
6750
8101
11783
(3110)
(5184)
(5184)
(7128)
(8554)
(12442)
5768
9328
9328
13624
16693
27513
(6091)
(9850)
(9850)
(14386)
(17626)
(29050)
10170/8122
16951/13419
16951/13419
27121/21541
33902/26839
67804/54031
(288/230)
(480/380)
(480/380)
(768/610)
(960/760)
(1920/1530)
6356/4590
10594/7416
10594/7416
15891/11300
19069/13419
25426/18363
(300/210)
(300/210)
(450/320)
(540/380)
(720/520)
Radiated
Latent
Heat
BTU / HR
Loss
(kJ/h)
Total
Heat
BTU / HR
Loss
(kJ/h)
Air Circulation
(WITH/WITHOUT HOOD)
cubic feet/hr
▲ T=8K
(m /h)
3
Air Circulation
(WITH/WITHOUT HOOD)
cubic feet/hr
▲ x=5g/kg
(m /h)
3
(180/130)
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C O M B I T H E R M ® I N S TA L L AT I O N
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE PROVIDED TO OWNER/OPERATOR
■
INITIALS / DATE
Owner/operator has been instructed on proper method of flushing the
steam generator and safe procedures for handling the steam generator
drain cap.
■
Owner/operator has been instructed on the importance of cleaning the oven
along with proper cleaning procedures including automatic steam generator
flush, daily cleaning of the interior, and monthly decalcification.
■
Owner/operator has been advised to use authorized Combitherm oven
cleaner only.
■
Owner/operator has been informed of the safety warnings located in the
operation guide including the warning not to handle pans containing liquid
or semi liquid products positioned above eye level of the operator.
Damage directly attributed to
improper set up, installation, or cleaning
can invalidate warranty claims.
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ELECTRIC COMBITHERM INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
®
Use this list as a final check of oven installation conformance. Damage directly attributed to
improper set up, installation, or cleaning can invalidate warranty claims.
CLEARANCES:
All clearances must conform with the standards set by Alto-Shaam as indicated in
the installation manual. Standards include a minimum 20” (50cm) clearance from
any heat-producing device such as an open burner range, flat top grille, fryer,
steamer, etc. Also make sure sufficient service access is provided on the left side
of the oven. There must be an allowance of free air access to all vents.
RIGHT SIDE CLEARANCE: ______________
LEFT SIDE CLEARANCE: ______________
REAR CLEARANCE: ______________
UPPER CLEARANCE: ______________
WAT E R S U P P LY A N D D R A I N S :
WATER SUPPLY LINE DIA:
Verify hook-up to cold water supply with a 3/4” (19mm) single water connection
supply line. Verify inlet water pressure is at a minimum of 30 PSI (2 bar) for electric
COLD WATER:
ovens. Maximum pressure is not to exceed 90 PSI (6 bar). Verify the installation of a
water filter and the installation of a water conditioner if water supply is over 10 grains WATER INLET PRESSURE:
of hardness. Verify drain diameter of 1-1/4” (32mm) with a positive descending slope,
DRAIN LINE DIA:
and with a 2” (51mm) air gap which is free of obstructions before connection to the site
1
drain. Verify /8 ” (3,2mm) pitch to 10’ (305cm) of drain line. After pressure is
2” (51mm) AIR GAP:
adjusted, seal screw with enamel such as nail polish.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS:
Verify electrical power requirements
for oven. Verify voltage at terminal
______________
■ YES
■ NO
______________
______________
■ YES
■ NO
VOLTAGE: ______________ LINE VOLTAGE AT TERMINAL BLOCK (TO GROUND):
PHASE: ______________
➥ LINE 1: _________ LINE 2:_________ LINE 3: _________
LINE VOLTAGE (PHASE TO PHASE): LINE 1 to 2: __________
block. Verify correct power cable
LINE 2 to 3: __________
size. Verify equipment disconnect per NEC or applicable local
LINE 3 to 1: __________
codes. Motor direction should correspond with the direction of
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY LINE SIZE: ______________
CORRECT MOTOR ROTATION: ■ YES
■ NO
the rear of the motor. Check all terminals for tightness.
ALL ELECTRICAL TERMINALS TIGHT: ■ YES
■ NO
C O N T RO L B OA R D C O N N E C T I O N S & O P E R AT I O N :
ALL BOARD CONNECTIONS TIGHT: ■ YES
■ NO
ALL FUNCTIONS LIGHT UP: ■ YES
■ NO
ALL FUNCTIONS OPERATE: ■ YES
■ NO
the arrow on the motor. Verify clockwise motor rotation from
Verify all control board connections are tight including tightness
and proper connection of ribbon/computer cables. Verify all
buttons and lights illuminate. With the Power Key
OFF ,
press and
hold the Chef Function Key to access software version, and record. SOFTWARE VERSION:
Verify all functions operate.
BM_____________ SM_____________ KM_____________
✔
PHYSICAL CONDITION:
Bottom of oven has been checked for damage due to improper positioning on site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .■
■
Verify all gaskets, hoses, and carts are in place and function properly.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .■
■
If oven includes a cart, verify proper installation of the rack guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .■
■
Verify the installation of drip pans, racks, shelves, drain screen, spray hose.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .■
■
Verify the oven is level and installed on a solid, water resistant floor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .■
■
SERVICE AGENCY:_____________________________________
START-UP DATE: _____________________________________
INSTALLATION NAME:_________________________________
TECH
CUSTOMER
SIGNATURE:___________________________________________
SIGNATURE:_________________________________________
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I M P O R TA N T S A F E T Y P R E C A U T I O N S
For safe release of the cooking
compartment steam, initially
open the door approximately
2" (50mm) only.
Stand
behind the door as the hot
STEAM
steam is released.
DO NOT USE THE ATTACHED HAND-HELD HOSE TO SPRAY ANYTHING OTHER
THAN THE INTERIOR OF THE COMBITHERM OVEN COMPARTMENT.
AT NO TIME SHOULD THE EXTERIOR OF THE OVEN BE STEAM
CLEANED, HOSED-DOWN WITH THE HAND-SPRAYER, FLOODED WITH
WATER, OR FLOODED WITH LIQUID SOLUTION OF ANY KIND.
DO NOT USE THE SPRAY HOSE IN A HOT COOKING COMPARTMENT. ALLOW
THE OVEN TO COOL TO A MINIMUM OF 150°F (66°C).
DO NOT USE HIGH PRESSURE WATER CLEANING METHODS ON THE INTERIOR
OR EXTERIOR OF THE COMBITHERM OVEN.
DO NOT HANDLE PANS CONTAINING LIQUID OR SEMI LIQUID PRODUCTS
POSITIONED ABOVE EYE LEVEL OF THE OPERATOR. SUCH PRODUCTS
CAN SCALD AND CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY.
U S E A U T H O R I Z E D C O M B I T H E R M L I Q U I D OV E N C L E A N E R O N LY .
UNAUTHORIZED CLEANING AGENTS MAY DISCOLOR OR HARM INTERIOR SURFACES OF THE
OVEN.
READ AND UNDERSTAND LABEL AND M AT E R I A L S A F E T Y D ATA S H E E T B E F O R E
USING THE OVEN CLEANER.
F O R O P E R AT O R S A F E T Y
NOTE AND OBSERVE ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS LOCATED THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL.
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C O N T R O L PA N E L I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
POWER ON/OFF KEY
STEAM MODE KEY
RETHERM MODE KEY
CONVECTION MODE KEY
PROGRAM INSTALL/EDIT KEY
START / STOP KEY
SUPERHEATED STEAM AND
CONVECTION MODE KEY
PROGRAMMED MENU KEY
DELUXE MODELS ONLY
DELUXE MODELS ONLY
CHEF FUNCTION KEY
FUNCTION & OPERATING
INDICATORS
COOKING TEMPERATURE KEY
CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY
CORE TEMPERATURE KEY
UP ARROW KEY
QUICK PROGRAM KEYS
TIME KEY
DOWN ARROW KEY
ADJUSTMENT KNOB
DELUXE MODELS ONLY
MOISTURE VENT KEY
ELECTRIC MODELS ONLY
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C O N T R O L PA N E L I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
POWER ON/OFF KEY
Activates power to the oven and
automatically fills the steam generator with
water which will heat to a stand-by mode
temperature of 150°F (65°C). The steam
generator flush is also activated by pressing
this key.
STEAM MODE KEY
The oven will operate in the steam mode at
a temperature range of 86°F to 248°F
(30°C to 120°C).
• Automatic steaming at 212°F (100°C)
FACTORY- SET DEFAULT .
• Quick steaming between 213°F and 248°F
(101°C and 120°C).
• Low Temperature Steaming between
86°F and 211°F (30°C and 99°C).
START/STOP KEY
Initiates all cooking mode functions and
programmed procedures stored in memory.
Stops an activated cooking mode or
programmed procedure currently in
progress, and exits Chef function key.
SUPERHEATED STEAM AND
CONVECTION MODE KEY
Selection key for the combination steam
and convection cooking mode which can be
set within a temperature range of
212°F to 482°F (100°C and 250°C).
ADJUSTMENT KNOB
Serves the same function as the up and
down arrow keys to increase or decrease
the displayed cook temperature , time ,
or core temperature .
MOISTURE VENT KEY ELECTRIC MODELS ONLY
Immediately vents steam and condensate
from the oven compartment while cooking in
the Convection mode or in the
Superheated Steam and Convection mode .
RETHERM MODE KEY
Food rethermalization or reheating mode
will operate with automatic steam injection
at a temperature range of 248°F and 320°F
(120°C and 160°C).
CONVECTION MODE KEY
Selection key for convection cooking
without steam at a temperature range of
86°F to 482°F (30°C and 250°C).
PROGRAM INSTALL AND EDIT KEY
Used to create, change, duplicate, and delete
programmed menus. DELUXE MODELS ONLY .
FUNCTION & OPERATING INDICATORS
PROGRAMMED MENU KEY
Shows a list menu in display of all stored
cooking programs and is also used to exit
the list menu display. DELUXE MODELS ONLY .
CHEF FUNCTION KEY
Used to select programmed menu
functions, various auxiliary functions, and
several chef help instructions.
COOKING TEMPERATURE KEY
Used to set the required cooking
temperature, to recall the set cooking
temperature, or to check the actual oven
temperature in conjunction with the down
arrow key , the up arrow key or the
adjustment knob .
TIME KEY
Used to set the required cooking time or
recall the set cooking time in conjunction
with the down arrow key , the up arrow
key or the adjustment knob .
DOWN ARROW KEY
Used to decrease displayed cook temperature
, time , or core temperature and as a
scrolling key for programming functions.
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Reduced Power
Key Lock
Reduced Fan Speed
Moisture Vent
Confirmation of
Oven Operation
Peak Power Use
Energy Protection
CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY
CORE TEMPERATURE KEY
Used to set the required internal product
temperature, to recall the internal product
temperature set by the operator, or to display
the current internal temperature of the
product in conjunction with the down arrow
key , the up arrow key or the adjustment
knob .
UP ARROW KEY
Used to increase displayed cook temperature ,
time , or core temperature and as a
scrolling key for programming functions.
QUICK PROGRAM KEYS
Immediate access to frequently used
operator set programs including cooking
modes, cleaning, and other oven functions.
DELUXE MODELS ONLY .
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S - C O N T R O L PA N E L I D E N T I F I C AT I O N
OFF POSITION
Maintains oven in a stand-by mode.
STEAM
The oven will operate at a fixed steam temperature of
212° F (100°C).
COMBINATION
A combination of steam and convection heat to cook at a
temperature between 86°F and 482°F (30°C to 250°C) to be
set by the operator.
CONVECTION
Convection heat to cook without steam at a temperature
between 86°F and 482°F (30°C and 250°C) to be set by
the operator.
LOW STEAM
Low temperature steaming within an operator set temperature
range of 86°F to 210°F (30°C and 99°C).
CLEANING FUNCTION
An automatic cleaning cycle to heat the oven to the correct
temperature, followed by a manual application of Combitherm
Liquid Oven Cleaner and a 10 minute steam cleaning cycle.
An automatic boiler flush is initiated on boiler equipped models
and a vinegar decalcification can also be conducted.
COOKING TEMPERATURE DIAL
To be manually set by the operator to the cooking
temperature required.
OVEN DISPLAY
Indicates time remaining or interior oven temperature.
COOKING TIMER
Turned to the left for continuous cooking time or to
decrease time in increments of one minute.
Turn to the right to set and increase time in increments
of one minute.
OVEN TEMPERATURE
To be pressed to display interior oven temperature.
FULL SPEED FAN POSITION
HALF SPEED FAN POSITION
OVEN COOL-DOWN POSITION
Assists in cooling the oven at an accelerated pace when
changing from high to lower temperature cooking. The oven
door should be open when using this feature.
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COMBITHERM® CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Preventive Maintenance
In addition to the routine cleaning and maintenance procedures, there are several additional steps to be
taken for both sanitation purposes and to keep the oven running at top operating efficiency. These
additional safeguards will help prevent inconvenient down time and costly repairs.
● DO NOT DISPOSE OF GREASE, FAT, OR SOLID WASTE DOWN THE OVEN DRAIN. Fats and solids
will eventually coagulate in the drain system, causing blockage. Consequently, water will back-up
into the condenser and interior oven compartment, resulting in an oven that is inoperable.
● MAKE CERTAIN THE DRAIN SCREEN IS ALWAYS IN PLACE. REMOVE ANY SOLID WASTE
MATERIAL FROM THE DRAIN SCREEN BEFORE IT ENTERS THE DRAIN SYSTEM. The routine
removal of solids from the drain screen will help prevent blockage.
● USE THE AUTHORIZED COMBITHERM OVEN CLEANER ONLY. The use of unauthorized
cleaning agents may discolor or harm the interior surfaces of the oven.
● TO PROLONG THE LIFE OF THE DOOR GASKET, REMOVE AND CLEAN THIS ITEM DAILY. The
acids and related compounds found in fat, particularly chicken fat, will weaken the composition
of the gasket unless cleaned on a daily basis.
● TO ADDITIONALLY PROTECT GASKET LIFE, ALLOW OVEN DOOR TO REMAIN SLIGHTLY
OPEN AT THE END OF THE PRODUCTION DAY. An open door will relieve the pressure on the
door gasket.
● ROUTINELY CLEAN DOOR HINGES. Open oven door to relieve tension. Clean all parts of the hinge.
Routine Cleaning Requirements
DAILY OVEN CLEANING
To be performed at the end of each production day or between production shifts.
DAILY STEAM GENERATOR FLUSH
When operating the oven on a regular basis, the steam generator must be flushed once a day. This
procedure will prevent lime deposits and scale build-up from forming in the steam generator. A steam
generator flush is automatically initiated during the cleaning function on S-control models.
REGULAR DECALCIFICATION
It is VERY important to decalcify the steam generator, particularly in areas with extremely hard water. This
procedure should be performed once a month, or more grequently depending on usage and water conditions
in addition to the daily steam generator flush.
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AU TO M AT I C S T E A M G E N E R ATO R F L U S H
STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
AT T H E S TA RT O F
E AC H WO R K DAY
STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
Flushing the electric Combitherm steam generator on a daily basis helps to prolong the life of the steam generator
heating elements and helps prevent the necessity of service requirements. The control provides this feature as an
automatic function when the oven ON/OFF power key is pressed to the ON position at the start of each working day.
PRESS THE ON/OFF POWER KEY TO THE ON POSITION AT THE START OF THE DAY.
DISPLAY MESSAGE INDICATES:
Flush steam generator?
YES
PRESS THE START KEY
OR
CHEF FUNCTION
KEY TO BEGIN THE STEAM GENERATOR FLUSH.
The steam generator is automatically drained,
flushed, and refilled with water within 5 minutes
or less. Following this time period, the
Combitherm is ready for operation.
NO
TO CANCEL THE STEAM GENERATOR FLUSH, ROTATE
THE ADJUSTMENT KNOB ONE TURN TO THE RIGHT
UNTIL "NO" IS HIGHLIGHTED IN THE DISPLAY.
PRESS THE START KEY
OR
CHEF FUNCTION
KEY TO CONFIRM CANCELLATION.
If steam generator flush cancellation is not initiated within 10 seconds of the appearance of the display
message, the flushing function will automatically start. Following cancellation, the Combitherm is ready
for operation. The flushing process must be initiated manually at a later time during the working day if
not conducted at startup.
MANUAL STEAM GENERATOR FLUSH
PERFORM DAILY WHEN THE STEAM GENERATOR FLUSH IS NOT PERFORMED AT THE START OF THE WORKING DAY.
WITH THE OVEN AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
1. Press the Power Switch to the OFF position, rotate the Steam Generator Drain Cap located at the back of
the oven until water begins to flow from the four holes in the cap. In approximately 20 to 60 seconds, a
sufficient quantity of water will have drained from the steam generator so that the drain cap can be
completely removed.
2.
As the water continues to flow from the generator, it will have a milky or cloudy appearance, which
indicates deposits in the generator are beginning to flush through the system. Let the water continue to
drain until the flow begins to subside.
3.
When the flow begins to subside, remove the hand-held hose from the side of the oven and direct a
stream of fresh water directly into the steam generator drain opening located directly behind Steam
Generator Drain Cap. Repeat this procedure several times until the water begins to run clear.
4.
Press the oven Power Switch to the ON position. When the audible signal is heard, press the Steam
Mode Key. A new supply of fresh, cold water will begin to flow through the steam generator. Repeat
this procedure several times until the water runs completely clear.
5.
Once the water is completely clear, replace the Steam Generator Drain Cap over the steam generator
drain by turning it clockwise, by hand, until there is a slight resistance.
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COMBITHERM® CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
RUBBER GLOVES AND PROTECTIVE EYE WEAR
MUST BE WORN WHEN USING THE OVEN CLEANER.
USE AUTHORIZED COMBITHERM
L I Q U I D O V E N C L E A N E R O N LY
Unauthorized cleaning agents may discolor or harm interior surfaces of
the oven. Read and understand label and material safety data sheet
before using the oven cleaner.
Causes severe burns. Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Do not wear
contacts. Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Do not breathe mist. Use in well ventilated
area. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use on aluminum. Do not mix with
anything but water.
STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
CONTROL
OPTION
THOROUGHLY RINSE
EMPTY CONTAINER
WITH WATER AND
SAFELY DISCARD.
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CONTROL
OPTION
COMBITHERM® CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CONTROL
D A I LY O V E N C L E A N I N G
OPTION
The Combitherm automatic cleaning function selects the proper
temperature for each step of the cleaning process.
1.
Remove all food scraps and residue from the oven drain.
Close the oven door securely.
Rotate the power knob to the cleaning symbol.
THE OVEN WILL BEGIN THE FIRST STEP IN A TWO-STEP CLEANING CYCLE
• 10 MINUTES at full steam temperature of 212°F (100°C)
2.
When the buzzer signals the end of the first step, o p e n t h e o v e n d o o r
to deactivate the audible signal. Cln will appear in the display.
3.
Wearing safety glasses and rubber gloves, remove the drain screen and spray
Combitherm liquid oven cleaner directly into the oven drain . Replace the
drain screen.
4.
Generously spray the interior oven surfaces with an even coat of Combitherm
Liquid Oven Cleaner. Spray all built-in components, shelves, side racks, and pans.
5.
Loosen the thumb screw(s) and swing Fan Guard Cover Plate toward the back of
the oven. Spray the back of the Fan Guard Cover Plate, the oven fan , and the
left-hand side of the oven. Close the swing-out Cover Plate . Lock the cover
into place and tighten thumb screw(s).
6.
Insert the Combitherm Liquid Oven Cleaner spray nozzle directly into the Steam
By-Pass Port and spray several times.
7.
Securely close the oven door.
THE OVEN WILL BEGIN THE SECOND STEP IN THE TWO-STEP CLEANING CYCLE
• 10 MINUTES at full steam temperature of 212°F (100°C)
8.
When the buzzer signals the end of the second step, o p e n t h e o v e n d o o r
to deactivate the audible signal.
9.
Use the hand held hose and direct a stream of water into the Steam By-Pass Port
to rinse away oven cleaner residue.
10.
Rinse the interior and all sprayed components with the hand-held hose. Make certain to
thoroughly rinse all surfaces to remove any cleaning solution residue. Use a nonabrasive cleaning pad for any problem areas.
11.
Loosen the thumb screw(s) and swing Fan Guard Cover Plate toward the back of
the oven. Thoroughly rinse the back of the Fan Guard Cover Plate, the oven fan,
and the left-hand side of the oven. Close the swing out Cover Plate. Lock the
cover into place and tighten thumb screw(s).
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STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
COMBITHERM® CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
D A I LY O V E N C L E A N I N G
D O N O T S P R AY C L E A N E R
INTO A HOT OVEN.
STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
ALLOW THE OVEN TO COOL TO 150°F (60°C).
The temperature in the display indicates the air temperature inside the oven compartment
and not the interior walls of the oven. Always make certain to allow the oven walls to cool
to a minimum of 150°F (60°C) before spraying the compartment with oven cleaner.
1.
Remove all food scraps and residue from the oven drain .
2.
Wearing safety glasses and rubber gloves, remove the drain screen
and spray Combitherm liquid oven cleaner directly into the oven drain .
Replace the drain screen.
3.
Generously spray the interior oven surfaces with an even coat of Combitherm Liquid
Oven Cleaner. Spray all built-in components, shelves, side racks, and pans.
4.
Loosen the thumb screw(s) and swing Fan Guard Cover Plate toward the back of the
oven. Spray the back of the Fan Guard Cover Plate, the oven fan , and the left-hand
side of the oven. Close the swing out Cover Plate . Lock the cover into place and
tighten thumb screw(s).
5.
Insert the Combitherm Liquid Oven Cleaner spray nozzle directly into the Steam ByPass Port and spray several times.
6. Securely close the oven door.
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STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
A U T O M AT I C C L E A N I N G P R O G R A M
The Combitherm automatic cleaning function selects the
proper temperature for each step of the cleaning process.
With the oven power
on:
PRESS THE CHEF FUNCTION KEY.
➡ Rotate the adjustment knob until the clean symbol
is highlighted in the display.
PRESS THE CHEF FUNCTION KEY.
➡ Press the up and down arrow keys or rotate
the adjustment knob to select
YES
Clean
for the automatic
cleaning function.
PRESS THE CHEF FUNCTION KEY TO CONFIRM THE SETTING AND START THE CLEANING PROGRAM.
THE OVEN WILL BEGIN A 20 MINUTE, 2-STEP CLEANING CYCLE.
• 10 minutes at 86°F (30°C) to allow the cleaning agent to work
• 10 minutes at full steam temperature of 212°F (100°C) to clean the oven
FOR DELUXE OVENS WITH A PROGRAMMED MENU KEY
FOLLOW STEPS 1 THROUGH 6 ON THE PRECEDING PAGE.
With the oven power
on:
PRESS THE PROGRAMMED MENU KEY.
➡ Rotate the adjustment knob to program 250 = CLEAN.
PRESS THE START KEY.
DELUXE MODELS CAN ALSO BE CLEANED AS SHOWN IN THE PREVIOUS INSTRUCTIONS.
7.
When the buzzer signals the end of the cleaning process, press the start/stop key
deactivate the audible signal or open the oven door.
8.
With the door open, use the hand held hose and direct a stream of water into the Steam By-Pass Port
to rinse away oven cleaner residue.
9.
Rinse the interior and all sprayed components with the hand-held hose. Make certain to thoroughly
rinse all surfaces to remove any cleaning solution residue. Use a non-abrasive cleaning pad for any
problem areas.
10.
Loosen the thumb screw(s) and swing Fan Guard Cover Plate toward the back of the oven.
Thoroughly rinse the back of the Fan Guard Cover Plate, the oven fan, and the left-hand side of the
oven. Close the swing out Cover Plate . Lock the cover into place and tighten thumb screw(s).
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CONTROL
OPTION
C O M B I T H E R M ® D E C A L C I F I C AT I O N
CONTROL
OPTION
It is VERY important to decalcify the oven, particularly in areas
with extremely hard water.
PERFORM ONCE A MONTH
in addition to the daily steam generator flush.
WITH THE OVEN AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
1.
Begin decalcification with the power switch in the OFF position.
2.
Rotate the Steam Generator Drain Cap until water begins to flow from the four holes in the cap. In
approximately 20 to 60 seconds, a sufficient quantity of water will have drained from the steam generator so
that the drain cap can be completely removed.
3.
As the water continues to flow from the
generator, it will have a milky or cloudy
appearance, which indicates deposits in
the generator system are beginning to
flush out. Let the water continue to
drain until the flow completely
subsides. Replace the Steam Generator
Drain Cap by turning it clockwise
until there is a slight resistance.
4.
Unscrew the cap from the
Decalcification Port . With the
use of a funnel, pour one-half gallon
(c. 2 liters) of distilled white vinegar
into the Decalcification Port.
5.
Replace the cap on the Decalcification Port and tighten securely.
Scalding water will erupt from the Decalcification
Port when the oven is operating unless the cap
is replaced and tightened.
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CONTROL
OPTION
TURN THE SELECTION KNOB TO THE STEAM POSITION.
THE WATER IN THE STEAM GENERATOR WILL BEGIN TO HEAT. ALLOW THE OVEN TO REMAIN IN
THIS POSITION FOR A MINIMUM PERIOD OF 10 MINUTES TO DECALCIFY THE STEAM GENERATOR.
DO NOT
TURN THE TIMER ON. Severe burns could occur.
C H E F O P E R AT I N G T I P
In the case of extreme calcification build-up such as in areas with very
h a r d w a t e r, o v e n s c a n b e l e f t i n t h i s c o n d i t i o n o v e r n i g h t .
Follow the
remaining instructions at the start of the next production day.
This
procedure will help keep the oven operating at peak efficiency.
After a period of 10 minutes or longer —
TURN THE SELECTION KNOB TO THE OFF POSITION.
6.
USING HAND PROTECTION, open the oven door and rotate the Steam Generator Drain Cap until
water begins to flow from the four holes in the cap. In approximately 20 to 60 seconds, a sufficient
quantity of water will have drained from the steam generator so that the drain cap can be completely
removed. Let the water continue to drain until the flow completely subsides.
7.
Loosen the thumb screw(s) and swing Fan Guard Cover Plate toward the back of the oven. Using the
hand-held hose, direct a stream of water directly into the Steam Exit Port several times. Close the
swing-out Cover Plate . Lock the cover into place and tighten thumb screw(s). Close the oven door.
TURN THE SELECTION KNOB TO THE STEAM POSITION.
A new supply of fresh water will begin to fill the steam generator and will flush out
all remaining vinegar from the steam generator.
AFTER JUST 2 MINUTES OF OPERATION IN THE STEAM MODE, TURN
THE SELECTION KNOB TO THE OFF POSITION.
ANY ADDITIONAL LENGTH OF TIME WILL RESULT IN A LOW WATER ERROR OCCURRENCE.
OPEN THE OVEN DOOR.
8.
USING HAND PROTECTION, replace the Steam Generator Drain Cap by turning it clockwise until
there is a slight resistance. At the end of the production day, leave the door slightly ajar.
DO NOT COOK IN ANY PROGRAM MODE
WITH VINEGAR IN THE STEAM GENERATOR SYSTEM.
DURING DECALCIFICATION THE WATER FLOWING FROM THE DRAIN CAP IS
EXTREMELY HOT! USE HAND PROTECTION WHEN TOUCHING THE STEAM
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STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
C O M B I T H E R M ® D E C A L C I F I C AT I O N
It is VERY important to decalcify the oven, particularly in
areas with extremely hard water.
STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
PERFORM ONCE A MONTH
in addition to the daily steam generator flush.
WITH THE OVEN AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
1.
Begin decalcification with the power switch in the OFF position.
2.
Rotate the Steam Generator Drain Cap until water begins to flow from the four holes in the cap. In
approximately 20 to 60 seconds, a sufficient quantity of water will have drained from the steam generator so
that the drain cap can be completely removed.
3.
As the water continues to flow from the
generator, it will have a milky or cloudy
appearance, which indicates deposits in
the generator system are beginning to
flush out. Let the water continue to
drain until the flow completely subsides.
Replace the Steam Generator Drain
Cap by turning it clockwise until
there is a slight resistance.
4.
Unscrew the cap from the
Decalcification Port . With the
use of a funnel, pour one-half gallon
(c. 2 liters) of distilled white vinegar into
the Decalcification Port.
5.
Replace the cap on the Decalcification Port and tighten securely.
Scalding water will erupt from the Decalcification
Port when the oven is operating unless the cap
is replaced and tightened.
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STANDARD CONTROL
DELUXE CONTROL
PRESS THE ON/OFF POWER KEY TO THE ON POSITION.
THE WATER IN THE STEAM GENERATOR WILL BEGIN TO
HEAT. ALLOW THE OVEN TO REMAIN IN THIS
POSITION FOR A MINIMUM PERIOD OF
10 MINUTES TO DECALCIFY THE STEAM GENERATOR.
In the case of extreme calcification build-up such as in areas with very hard water, ovens can be left in
this condition overnight. Follow the remaining instructions at the start of the next production day.
This procedure will help keep the oven operating at peak efficiency.
After a period of 10 minutes or longer —
PRESS THE ON/OFF POWER KEY TO THE OFF POSITION.
6.
USING HAND PROTECTION, rotate the Steam Generator Drain Cap until water begins to flow from the
four holes in the cap. In approximately 20 to 60 seconds, a sufficient quantity of water will have drained
from the steam generator so that the drain cap can be completely removed. Let the water continue to drain
until the flow completely subsides.
7.
Open the oven door. Loosen the thumb screw(s) and swing Fan Guard Cover Plate toward the back of
the oven. Using the hand-held hose, direct a stream of water directly into the Steam Exit Port several
times. Close the swing-out Cover Plate . Lock the cover into place and tighten thumb screw(s). Close
the oven door.
PRESS THE ON/OFF POWER KEY TO THE ON POSITION.
PRESS THE STEAM MODE KEY.
A new supply of fresh water will begin to fill the steam generator and will flush out all remaining
vinegar from the steam generator.
AFTER JUST 2 MINUTES OF OPERATION IN THE STEAM MODE, PRESS THE START/STOP KEY. ANY ADDITIONAL
LENGTH OF TIME WILL RESULT IN A LOW WATER ERROR OCCURRENCE.
PRESS THE ON/OFF POWER KEY TO THE OFF POSITION AND OPEN THE OVEN DOOR.
8.
USING HAND PROTECTION, replace the Steam Generator Drain Cap by turning it clockwise until there
is a slight resistance. At the end of the production day, leave the door slightly ajar.
DO NOT COOK IN ANY PROGRAM MODE
WITH VINEGAR IN THE STEAM GENERATOR SYSTEM.
DURING DECALCIFICATION THE WATER FLOWING FROM THE DRAIN CAP IS
EXTREMELY HOT! USE HAND PROTECTION WHEN TOUCHING THE STEAM
GENERATOR DRAIN CAP. DO NOT TOUCH THE WATER FLOWING OUT OF THE
STEAM GENERATOR DRAIN CAP OR STEAM GENERATOR DRAIN.
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COMBITHERM® CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
R O L L - I N C A RT / F O O D T R O L L E Y C L E A N I N G ( O N
EQUIPPED MODELS
)
1. Remove food trolley to a cart wash area. Trolleys may be cleaned
using any mild cleaning detergent and warm water.
2. Hand wipe all framing, slides, drip pan, and base. Thoroughly
clean debris from the casters. A spray hose can be used for
easier cart cleaning.
3. Remove detergent solution with warm water.
4. Wipe or spray with a sanitizing solution designed for use on metal
and vinyl food contact surfaces.
5. Allow trolley to air dry.
As an alternative, trolleys can be sprayed with Combitherm
liquid oven cleaner while inside the oven. Allow the trolley to
remain in the oven through the normal cleaning cycle,
followed by steps 2 through 5 above.
D A I LY G A S K E T C L E A N I N G
It is important to prolong the life of the oven gasket by cleaning this
item on a daily basis. Routine cleaning will help protect the
composition of the gasket from deterioration caused by acidic foods.
After allowing the oven to cool, remove pull-out gasket and wash in
hot, soapy water. Do not place in the dishwasher.
Always replace the gasket before cleaning the
oven interior or operating the oven.
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E M E R G E N C Y O P E R AT I O N
In the event of an error code, operation of the Combitherm can be continued on a limited basis for a short
duration. Cooking times may be longer than normal operation and close monitoring of the cooking
process is recommended. Contact an authorized service agency immediately if the problem cannot be
rectified with simple steps in the troubleshooting guidelines located in this manual. Error conditions
under which continued operation can be conducted are indicated by YES in the chart shown below.
When the oven malfunctions, an error code will appear in the display.
PRESS THE START/STOP KEY TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE ERROR.
The keys for the usable operational modes will begin to flash and can be operated normally.
SELECT AND PRESS ONE OF THE COOKING MODES INDICATED.
The oven control will only respond to the oven mode keys flashing.
SET THE OVEN CONTROLS AS IF OPERATING UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES.
Depending on the error code involved, oven function, such as temperature range, may be limited.
PRESS THE START/STOP KEY TO BEGIN THE COOKING PROCESS.
PRESS THE START/STOP KEY WHEN THE TIMER EXPIRES.
WHEN THE OVEN FAULT IS CORRECTED, THE COMBITHERM WILL RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATION.
ERROR
CODE
DISPLAY MESSAGE
GAS
ELECTRIC
STEAM
MODE
1
SUPERHEATED
STEAM MODE
CONVECTION
MODE
RETHERM
MODE
DELTA - T
MODE
E01
Low water level
YES
YES
NO
NO
up to 356°F
(180°C)
NO
YES
E02
EL-temperature too high
YES
YES
YES
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
NO
YES
Up to 212°F
(100°C)
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
YES
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
YES
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
YES
CONTROL COMPARTMENT TEMP
E03
Fan Fault
BLOWER FAN
E04
EL-fan fault
E05
Gas fault
YES
NO
YES
Up to 284°F
(140°C)
YES
E15
Condenser oven temperature
YES
YES
NO
NO
Up to 356°F
(180°C)
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
212°F only
(100°C)
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
CONTROL COOLING FAN
HIGH CONDENSATE TANK TEMP
E21
Oven probe error
TEMPERATURE PROBE
E22
E23
CTC error TEMPERATURE
SG-probe error
E24
Bypass probe error
E25
Condenser probe error
B3
SG probe error
PROBE
STEAM GENERATOR PROBE
E26
B4
Up to 210°F
(99°C)
YES
2
PROBE
YES
Up to 356°F
(180°C)
YES
2
Up to 356°F
(180°C)
YES
2
Up to 356°F
(180°C)
YES
2
YES
2
YES
STEAM GENERATOR PROBE
E23 &
E26
E33
SG probe error 3
STEAM GENERATOR PROBE
YES
3
YES
3
YES
3
NO
YES
B4
SG heat error
STEAM GENERATOR ELEMENT
E34
E81
E83
Steam Generator pump error
Program memory error
Algorithm error
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
E89
12C error
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
1
Cooking time increases significantly. Food on the upper shelves is finished first.
2
Water injection into the condenser is activated for the entire cooking mode (high water consumption).
3
When error codes E23 and E26 appear simultaneously, steam generator does not preheat.
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C O N T RO L R E S E T
There is a remote possibility in the day-to-day operation of the Combitherm that the control could lock or
freeze. If this occurs, the control is easy to reset.
PRESS AND HOLD the Power Key for a period of 5 seconds.
Release the Power Key.
The control will reset itself within approximately 15 seconds.
WHEN RESET, THE DISPLAY WILL INDICATE THE TIME AND DATE AND THE CONTROLS WILL BE FULLY FUNCTIONAL .
T RO U B L E S H O OT I N G
In the event of a Combitherm malfunction during operation, an error code and message will appear in the
display to assist in finding a rapid solution to the problem. The following is a list of all error codes including
the possible cause along with a solution.
CODE
DESCRIPTION OF ERROR
POSSIBLE CAUSE/REMEDY
E01
Low water level: Sufficient water level in steam generator
has not been reached with 3 minutes.
Water tap is closed.
Filter in solenoid valve or water connection is clogged.
Water level probe is calcified or defective.
Solenoid valve Y1 is defective.
Pressure loop is calcified.
Steam generator drain cap is not water tight.
E01
Low water level: Water pressure is under 11 PSI (0.7 bar)
after the solenoid valve is opened for 5 seconds.
Water tap is closed.
Filter in solenoid valve or water connection is clogged.
Solenoid valve Y1 is defective.
E02
Excessive temperature in service area: An additional fan
will engage at a temperature of 113°F (45°C) and the
error message will occur at a service area temperature of
176°F (80°C).
Auxiliary 12 V fan does not turn on due to defective
thermostat or contactor.
Ventilation vents are blocked due to inefficient distance from
wall at installation site.
Minimum distance to equipment such as fryers, grills,
kettles, etc. has not been maintained.
E03
Fan motor shuts down from a tripped internal PTC.
A phase from the main power supply is missing.
The fan motor is defective.
Power phase reversed causing fan to run in reverse.
A fuse is tripped.
E03
Motor shuts down fan.
Trip circuit has been set too low.
Direction of motor rotation is wrong.
A phase is missing from the main power supply.
The motor protection switch is defective.
Power phase reversed causing fan to run in reverse.
The fan motor is defective.
E04
Auxiliary 120 fan motor not running.
Auxiliary fan is defective.
Defective wiring or loose connection to auxiliary fan.
E11
Oven probe (N6 thermocouple) measures a temperature in
excess of 572°F (300°C).
Convection contactors are burned and no longer disengage.
Motor not operating due to two defective F10 fuses.
E13
Steam generator probe (B4 thermocouple) measures a
temperature in excess of 248°F (120°C).
Calcification in steam generator.
Water level probe is grounded causing immersion elements
to energize.
E15
Condenser probe (B3 thermocouple) measures a temperature
in excess of 212°F (100°C).
Water tap is closed.
Oven is connected to warm water supply.
Inlet filter on solenoid valve is dirty.
Condenser cooling solenoid valve or solenoid valve coil is
defective.
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T RO U B L E S H O OT I N G
ERROR
CODE
E23
DESCRIPTION OF ERROR
Steam generator probe (B4 thermocouple) is interrupted.
POSSIBLE CAUSE/REMEDY
Probe connection is bad at X6 on the control module.
Steam generator probe (B4) is defective.
Bad probe connection.
E25
Condenser probe (B3 thermocouple) is interrupted.
Probe connection is bad at X6 on the control module.
Condenser probe (B3) is interrupted or defective.
Bad probe connection.
E26
Safety temperature probe (N8 thermocouple) is interrupted.
Probe connection is bad at X6 on the control module.
STB steam generator probe (N8) is interrupted or defective.
Bad probe connection.
E27
STB (N8 thermocouple) measures a temperature in excess of
Calcification in steam generator
266°F (130°C).
Water level probe is grounded causing immersion elements
to energize.
E33
Steam generator probe (B3) fails to measure increase in
Immersion heater defective.
temperature to 41°F (5°C) within a 3 minute period of time.
Heater contactors defective.
B3 probe calcified.
E34
Steam generator pump malfunction.
Pump (M4) defective.
Pump blocked or dirty.
Ground short on water level probe due to calcification.
Fill opening in water settling area of level probe is calcified.
E80
ID (identity) error.
The electronic control cannot differentiate between gas or
electric operation and disconnects all circuit connections.
Contact problem on X3 connection.
E95
Software error.
Communication problem between software and hardware.
Incompatibility between software and hardware.
Alto-Shaam has established a twenty-four hour emergency service
call center to offer immediate customer access to a local authorized
service agency outside of standard business hours. The
emergency service access is provided exclusively for
Alto-Shaam equipment and is available throughout
the United States through the use of Alto-Shaam's
toll-free number. Emergency service access is available
seven days a week including holidays .
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SERVICE VIEW • OVEN INTERIOR
REPRESENTING MODELS: 6•10, 7•14, 10•10, 10•18, 12•20
Directional Panel
Door Latch Dowel
LT-25836
Door Latch
LT-25058
Steam Port
Convection Element
EL-3854 - 6•10
EL-3761 - 7•14, 10•10
EL-3979 - 10•18
EL-3853 - 12•20, 20•20
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WH-3708 - 6•10, 7•14. 10•10
WH-3734 - 10•18, 12•20, 20•20
Clip, Lock CL-24089 (2)
Washer Lock, WS-24090 (2)
NOT SHOWN
Pivot Pin, PI-23929 (2)
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SERVICE VIEW • SIDE PANEL ACCESS
PICTURED: 7•14 ML 208/240V 3Ph
GENERALLY REPRESENTING MODELS: 6•10, 10•10, 10•18, 12•20
Fan Intake
FA-3568
Wiring Diagram
Contactor, 50 Amp Contactor, 20 Amp
CN-3731
CN-3652
Motor Protection
Switch 3 PH only,
SW-33378
CONVECTION ELEMENTS
Immersion
Element
TOP: EL-33411
Immersion
Element
BOTTOM EL-33412
Valve Solenoid
Triple,
VA-25481
Contactor, 25 Amp
CN-3654
Fuseholder, FU-3842
Fuse, SC15, FU-3775
Terminal, 4mm
TM-3781
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Cable Connection
CB-33750
Terminal, 4mm
TM-3778
Terminal, 16mm
TM-3779
C O M B I T H E R M E L E C T R I C I N S TA L L AT I O N A N D M A I N T E N A N C E M A N UA L
Fuseholder, FU-33756 (4)
Fuse 6.3 Amp, FU-33452 (2)
Fuse, 2 Amp, FU-33184 (2)
SERVICE VIEW
Model 20•20ML
SHOWN WITH OPTIONAL ROLL-IN PLATE CART
PE-25319
PANEL OVERLAY
(STANDARD CONTROL)
KN-33735
Knob,
Adjustment Rocker
LT-25836
Door Latch Dowel
LT-25058
Door Latch
PR-33746
Product Probe
GS-2954
Door Gasket
GS-22576
Gasket, Trolley
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SERVICE VIEW • OVEN INTERIOR
Model 20•20ML
EL-3853
Convection Element
208-240V, 3 Ph
440-480V, 3 Ph
NU-22759
Nut, Steam Port
NOT SHOWN
TT-3750
Safety Thermostat
PI-23929
Pin, Pivot TWO REQUIRED
BK-22100
Trolley Guide Block
PR-33784
Oven Temperature Probe
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WH-3734
Blower Wheel
SERVICE VIEW • SIDE PANEL ACCESS
Model 20•20ML
FA-3568
Cooling Fan
MOTOR ASSEMBLY,
2-SPEED
440V, 3 Ph: 5000602
208-240V, 3 Ph: 5000276
5000538
Steam Generator Assy
208/240/440V
EL-33411
Element, Immersion
EL-33412
Element, Immersion
VA-25481
Water Solenoid Valve
3-Way
NOT SHOWN
HO-22255
HOSE, 1/2” (12,7mm) ID, Water
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SERVICE VIEW • SIDE PANEL ACCESS
Model 20•20ML
EL-3853
Convection
Element
CN-3731
Contactor,
50A
CN-3652
SW-33378
Contactor,
Switch,
20A
Motor Protection
FU-3775 Fuse, 15A
FU-3842 Fuse Holder,
15A 3 Pole
TOP MOTOR
AND
WIRING TREE
A S S E M B LY
FU-33040
Fuse, 45A
FU-33039
Fuseholder,
60A, 3 Pole
TM-3780
Terminal, 35mm
FU-33814 Fuse, 2 Amp (2)
FU-33451 Fuse, 6.3 Amp
FU-33756 Fuse Holder
TM-3778
Terminal, 4mm
BOTTOM MOTOR
AND
WIRING TREE
A S S E M B LY
CN-3654
Contactor, 25A
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Parts List • Combitherm
ML
Electric
6• 10
7•14
10 •10
10•18
12•20
2 0•2 0
CT-22887
CT-22887
CT-22887
CT-22887
CT-22887
CT-22887
CT-22885
CT-22885
CT-22885
CT-22885
CT-22885
CT-22885
CT-22886
CT-22886
CT-22886
CT-22886
CT-22886
CT-22886
DOOR, CLIP
LT-25080
LT-25080
LT-25080
LT-25080
—
—
DOOR DRAIN, OUTER
DA-25073
DA-25073
DA-25073
DA-25073
N/A
N/A
DOOR, HANDLE INSERT
HD-23084
HD-23084
HD-23084
HD-23084
HD-23084
HD-23084
DOOR HANDLE, RIGHT HAND
HD-2934
HD-2934
HD-2934
HD-2934
HD-2934
HD-2934
DOOR LATCH, INNER GUARD PLATE
LT-25394
LT-25394
LT-25394
LT-25394
—
—
DOOR LATCH, RIGHT HAND
LT-25058
LT-25058
LT-25058
LT-25058
LT-25058
LT-25058
DOOR LATCH INSET, RIGHT HAND
LT-25836
LT-25836
LT-25836
LT-25836
LT-25836
LT-25836
DOOR, LATCH MAGNET SWITCH
LT-3738
LT-3738
LT-3738
LT-3738
LT-3738
LT-3738
DOOR LATCH MOUNTING HARDWARE
SC-22768
SC-22768
SC-22768
SC-22768
SC-22768
SC-22768
DOOR, INNER BUMPER
BM-25072
BM-25072
BM-25072
BM-25072
BM-25072
BM-25072
DOOR, INNER BUMPER STOP
BM-25089
BM-25089
BM-25089
BM-25089
BM-25089
BM-25089
DOOR ASSEMBLY
5000439
5000282
5000470
5000351
5000786
5000542
DRIP TRAY
5000294
5000294
5000294
5000294
N/A
N/A
GASKET, DOOR
GS-2952
GS-23903
GS-2953
GS-22694
GS-2955
GS-2954
HINGE, INNER DOOR HINGE
HG-25111
HG-25111
HG-25111
HG-25111
N/A
N/A
HINGE, INNER DOOR TOP CORNER
HG-25390
HG-25390
HG-25390
HG-25390
N/A
N/A
HINGE, INNER DOOR BUTTON CORNER
HG-25391
HG-25391
HG-25391
HG-25391
N/A
N/A
HINGE, LOWER PLATE
HG-25100
HG-25100
HG-25100
HG-25100
HG-25100
HG-25159
HG-25101
HG-25101
HG-25101
HG-25101
HG-25101
PA RT D E S C R I P T I O N
DOOR
AND
E X T E R I O R PA R T S :
DOOR, ARM ( MARINE
MODELS ONLY )
DOOR, ARM PLATE ( MARINE
MODELS ONLY )
DOOR BUSHING, ARM ( MARINE
MODELS ONLY )
HINGE, LOWER DOOR RATCHET
HINGE, UPPER PLATE
HG-25099
HG-25099
HG-25099
HG-25099
HG-25099
HG-25160
HINGE, UPPER DOOR RATCHET
HG-25079
HG-25079
HG-25079
HG-25079
HG-25079
HG-25079
— SCREW, AXIS
SC-25102
SC-25102
SC-25102
SC-25102
SC-25102
SC-25102
— WASHER, COVERING
WS-25127
WS-25127
WS-25127
WS-25127
WS-25127
WS-25127
— WASHER, ECCENTRIC BLOCK
WS-25124
WS-25124
WS-25124
WS-25124
WS-25124
WS-25124
— WASHER, SCHMORR STYLE
WS-25478
WS-25478
WS-25478
WS-25478
WS-25478
WS-25478
— HINGE, TOP STOP
HG-25077
HG-25077
HG-25077
HG-25077
HG-25077
HG-25077
PE-25319
PE-25319
PE-25319
PE-25319
PE-25319
PE-25319
PANEL, CONTROL OVERLAY ( DELUXE MODELS )
PE-25048
PE-25048
PE-25048
PE-25048
PE-25048
PE-25048
PANEL LOCK-DOWN SCREW
CL-24089
CL-24089
CL-24089
CL-24089
CL-24089
CL-24089
LOCK CLIP
WS-24090
WS-24090
WS-24090
WS-24090
WS-24090
WS-24090
PE-25345
PE-25345
PE-25345
PE-25345
PE-25345
PE-25345
HINGE, UPPER PLATE MOUNTING HARDWARE:
PANEL, CONTROL OVERLAY ( STANDARD
MODELS )
PROGRAM QUICK KEYS PICTURE GRAPHICS
( DELUXE
MODELS ONLY )
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ML
Electric
6• 10
7•14
10 •10
10•18
12•20
2 0•2 0
BOARD, DISPLAY CONTROL
BA-33732
BA-33732
BA-33732
BA-33732
BA-33732
BA-33732
— ADJUSTING ROCKER ( COMPLETE )
KN-33734
KN-33734
KN-33734
KN-33734
KN-33734
KN-33734
— ADJUSTING ROCKER KNOB
KN-33735
KN-33735
KN-33735
KN-33735
KN-33735
KN-33735
— BUSHING, DISTANCE
BU-25094
BU-25094
BU-25094
BU-25094
BU-25094
BU-25094
— NUT, KNURLED M3
NU-25095
NU-25095
NU-25095
NU-25095
NU-25095
NU-25095
BOARD, RELAY CONTROL
BA-33736
BA-33736
BA-33736
BA-33736
BA-33736
BA-33736
BOARD, POWER SUPPLY
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BOARD, LED CLOSED SYSTEM
BA-33733
BA-33733
BA-33733
BA-33733
BA-33733
BA-33733
BA-33742
BA-33742
BA-33742
BA-33742
BA-33742
BA-33742
CR-33743
CR-33743
CR-33743
CR-33743
CR-33743
CR-33743
BOARD, COMMUNICATION 5000KM ( OPTION )
BA-33738
BA-33738
BA-33738
BA-33738
BA-33738
BA-33738
CONTACTORS, 20A, TYPE # DL4K-01
CN-3652
CN-3652
CN-3652
CN-3652
CN-3652
CN-3652
CONTACTORS, 25A, TYPE # DL7K-4H
CN-3654
CN-3654
CN-3654
CN-3654
CN-3654
CN-3654
CONTACTORS, 50A, TYPE # DL15K-00
CN-3731
CN-3731
CN-3731
CN-3731
CN-3731
CN-3731
ELEMENT, HEATING, FLANGED IMMERSION 6 kW
—
EL-33412
EL-33412
EL-33412
EL-33412
EL-33412
ELEMENT, HEATING, FLANGED IMMERSION 9 kW
EL-33411
EL-33411
EL-33411
EL-33411
EL-33411
EL-33411
ELEMENT, HEATING, CONVECTION (208-240 V, 1 PH )
EL-3854
EL-3761
EL-3761
—
—
—
(208-240 V, 3 PH )
EL-3854
EL-3761
—
EL-3979
EL-3853
EL-3853
(440-480 V, 3 PH )
—
EL-3761
EL-3761
EL-3853
EL-3853
EL-3853
— WASHERS, FLAT
WS-22294
WS-22294
WS-22294
WS-22294
WS-22294
WS-22294
— WASHERS, SPLIT LOCK
WS-22300
WS-22300
WS-22300
WS-22300
WS-22300
WS-22300
— HEX NUTS
NU-22286
NU-22286
NU-22286
NU-22286
NU-22286
NU-22286
— O-RING
SA-23932
SA-23932
SA-23932
SA-23932
SA-23932
SA-23932
13607
13607
13607
13607
13607
13607
FA-3568
FA-3568
FA-3568
FA-3568
FA-3568
FA-3568
FU-33184
FU-33184
FU-33184
FU-33184
FU-33184
FU-33184
—
FU-33581
FU-33581
FU-33581
FU-33581
FU-33581
FU-33452
FU-33452
FU-33452
FU-33452
FU-33452
FU-33452
—
FU-33451
—
—
—
—
FU-3775
FU-3775
FU-3775
FU-3775
FU-3775
FU-3775
FU-3772
FU-3772
FU-3772
FU-3772
FU-3775
FU-3772
FU-3842
FU-3842
FU-3842
FU-3842
FU-3842
FU-3842
—
—
FU-33040
FU-33040
FU-33040
FU-33040
FU-33756
FU-33756
FU-33756
FU-33756
FU-33756
FU-33756
—
FU-33039
FU-33039
FU-33039
FU-33039
FU-33039
PA RT D E S C R I P T I O N
E L E C T R I CA L
E L E C T R O N I C PA R T S :
AND
BOARD, PROGRAM MODULE ( DELUXE
— CONNECTOR, X11/X12 ( DELUXE
MODELS )
MODELS ONLY )
ELEMENT, HEATING, CONVECTION MNTG HARDWARE
— WASHER, CONICAL
FAN, INTAKE, AUXILIARY DC4112NX
FUSE, SLOW-BLO 2AMP, 250V
FUSE, SC-5 (440-480 V, 3 PH
ONLY )
FUSE, NEOZED 6.3AMP
FUSE HOLDER, 6.3AMP (380-415 V, 3 PH
FUSE, 15AMP CLASS G (208-240 V, 1 PH
FUSE HOLDER, 15 AMP
CLASS G
FUSE HOLDER, 15 AMP, 3 POL ,
ONLY )
ONLY )
(208-240 V, 3 PH )
CLASS G
(208-240 V, 3 PH )
FUSE, 45AMP, MP, CLASS G
FUSE HOLDER, DIN RAIL MOUNT
WITH DISCONNECT
FUSE HOLDER, 60AMP, 3POL, CLASS G
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Parts List • Combitherm
Electric
ML
PA RT D E S C R I P T I O N
E L E C T R I CA L
AND
E L E C T R O N I C PA R T S
6• 10
7•14
10 • 10
10• 18
12•20
2 0• 2 0
CONTD:
MOTOR CAPACITOR, 12MFD (208-240 V, 1 PH
ONLY )
FA-33499
FA-33499
PA-33499
—
—
—
MOTOR CAPACITOR, 25MFD (208-240 V, 1 PH
ONLY )
FA-33465
FA-33465
FA-33465
—
—
—
—
—
MO-33466
5000276
5000276
5000276
5000276
5000276
5000276
—
—
—
—
—
5000602
WH-3708
WH-3708
WH-3708
WH-3734
WH-3734
WH-3734
—
5000602
5000602
5000602
—
—
PROBE, CONDENSATE
PR-33724
PR-33751
PR-33751
PR-33751
PR-33751
PR-33751
PROBE, OVEN TEMPERATURE
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33784
PR-33784
PR-33746
PR-33746
PR-33746
PR-33746
PR-33786
PR-33746
PROBE, PROTECTION (STEAM)
PR-33759
PR-33759
PR-33759
PR-33759
PR-33759
PR-33759
PROBE, STEAM STANDBY
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PROBE, STEAM BYPASS
PR-33724
PR-33751
PR-33751
PR-33751
PR-33751
PR-33751
— PROBE SEAL
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
— PROBE SEAL, THERMOCOUPLE
SA-25061
SA-25061
SA-25061
SA-25061
SA-25061
SA-25061
PROBE, WATER LEVEL
PR-3707
PR-3706
PR-3706
PR-3706
PR-3706
PR-3706
PROBE, WATER LEVEL TIP CONNECTORS
CR-3851
CR-3851
CR-3851
CR-3851
CR-3851
CR-3851
SW-33500
SW-33500
SW-33500
—
—
—
SW-33378
SW-33378
SW-33378
SW-33378
SW-33378
SW-33378
TERMINAL, GROUND
TM-3781
TM-3781
TM-3781
TM-3781
TM-3781
TM-3781
TERMINAL, GROUND X10
TM-3932
TM-3932
TM-3932
TM-3932
TM-3932
TM-3932
—
TM-3782
TM-3782
TM-3782
TM-3782
TM-3782
TM-3783
TM-3783
TM-3783
TM-3783
TM-3783
TM-3783
TM-3785
TM-3785
TM-3785
—
—
—
—
—
TM-3786
TM-3786
TM-3786
TM-3786
TERMINAL, PLUG
TM-3926
TM-3926
TM-3926
TM-3926
TM-3926
TM-3926
TERMINAL BLOCK X1
TM-33747
TM-33747
TM-33747
TM-33747
TM-33747
TM-33747
TERMINAL BLOCK X2
TM-33748
TM-33748
TM-33748
TM-33748
TM-33748
TM-33748
TERMINAL BLOCK X3
TM-33749
TM-33749
TM-33749
TM-33749
TM-33749
TM-33749
TM-33773
TM-33773
TM-33773
TM-33773
TM-33773
TM-33773
TM-33774
TM-33774
TM-33774
TM-33774
TM-33774
TM-33774
TERMINAL BLOCK X10
TM-3779
TM-3779
TM-3779
TM-3780
TM-3780
TM-3780
TERMINAL BLOCK X10 & X11
TM-3778
TM-3778
TM-3778
TM-3778
TM-3778
TM-3778
MOTOR, SUB ASSEMBLY (208-240 V, 1 PH
ONLY )
MOTOR, SUB ASSEMBLY (208-240 V, 1 PH /3
MOTOR, SUB ASSEMBLY (440-480 V, 3
PH )
PH )
— FAN, WHEEL
MOTOR, SUB ASSEMBLY (380-415V
PROBE, PRODUCT ( MULTI - POINT
NPE
& 440-480 V 3 PH )
CTC )
SWITCH, MOTOR PROTECTION (208-240 V, 1 PH
SWITCH, MOTOR PROTECTION (3 PH
ONLY )
(440V, 3 PH)
TERMINAL PARTITION
(440V, 3
PH )
TERMINAL BLOCK X6 ( CONNECTOR , 16
TERMINAL BLOCK X7 ( CONNECTOR , 9
POLE )
POLE )
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Parts List • Combitherm
ML
Electric
PA RT D E S C R I P T I O N
E L E C T R I CA L
AND
E L E C T R O N I C PA R T S
6• 10
7•14
10 •10
10•18
12•20
2 0• 2 0
CONTD:
— TERMINAL JUMPER BAR (2
POLE )
TM-33674
TM-33674
TM-33674
TM-33674
TM-33674
TM-33674
— TERMINAL JUMPER BAR (3
POLE )
TM-33106
TM-33106
TM-33106
TM-33106
TM-33106
TM-33106
— TERMINAL JUMPER BAR (2
POLE )
TM-33675
TM-33675
TM-33675
TM-33064
TM-33064
TM-33064
— TERMINAL JUMPER BAR (3
POLE )
TM-3847
TM-3847
—
—
—
—
— TERMINAL JUMPER BAR (4
POLE )
TM-3787
TM-3787
TM-3787
TM-3787
TM-3787
TM-3787
THERMOSTAT, SAFETY
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
(440-480 V, 3 PH
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
TT-3750
—
TN-33344
TN-33344
TN-33344
TN-33344
TN-33344
VA-25481
VA-25481
VA-25481
VA-25481
VA-25481
VA-25481
BUSHING, MOTOR ASSEMBLY
BU-23894
BU-23894
BU-23894
BU-23894
BU-23894
BU-23894
BUSHING, SOCKET MEMBRANE, VENT
BU-22204
BU-22204
BU-22204
BU-22204
BU-22204
BU-22204
DRAIN SCREEN
DA-2943
DA-2943
DA-2943
DA-2943
DA-2943
DA-2943
HO-22255
HO-22255
HO-22255
HO-22255
HO-22255
HO-22255
LAMP, BULB
LP-3686
LP-3686
LP-3686
LP-3686
LP-3686
LP-3686
LAMP, GLASS COVER
LP-33413
LP-33413
LP-33413
LP-33413
LP-33413
LP-33413
LAMP SEAL
SA-23934
SA-23934
SA-23934
SA-23934
SA-23934
SA-23934
LAMP, SOCKET RECEPTACLE
RP-3986
RP-3986
RP-3986
RP-3986
RP-3986
RP-3986
LEGS, 2" (51mm) ADJUSTABLE
LG-23907
LG-23907
LG-23907
LG-23907
FE-23822
FE-23822
CT-2607779
—
—
ONLY )
TRANSFORMER (440-480 V, 3 PH
ONLY )
VALVE, TRIPLE SOLENOID
M E C H A N I CA L PA R T S :
HOSE, CLEAR FLEX
PEDESTAL STAND, ADJUSTABLE ( MARINE
MODELS ONLY )
PEDESTAL STAND, ADJUSTABLE
— WITH SCREWED FLANGE PLATE (MARINE MODELS ONLY)
CT-2607779 CT-2607779 CT-2607779
—
—
—
—
FE-23822
FE-23822
PROBE PLUG ADAPTOR
PG-3826
PG-3826
PG-3826
PG-3826
PG-3826
PG-3826
PROBE PLUG
PG-3827
PG-3827
PG-3827
PG-3827
PG-3827
PG-3827
PROBE PLUG SEAL
SA-22199
SA-22199
SA-22199
SA-22199
SA-22199
SA-22199
PROBE SEAL, INSERT
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
SA-22322
PROBE SEAL, CONE
SA-22321
SA-22321
SA-22321
SA-22321
SA-22321
SA-22321
PROBE SEAL, TOP
SA-22320
SA-22320
SA-22320
SA-22321
SA-22321
SA-22320
SCREW COVER, M6 NATURAL
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
STEAM GENERATOR OUTLET CAP
CP-22758
CP-22758
CP-22758
CP-22758
CP-22758
CP-22758
STEAM GENERATOR OUTLET CAP WASHER, SILICONE
WS-22751
WS-22751
WS-22751
WS-22751
WS-22751
WS-22751
TROLLEY BRIDGE, LOWER FRONT
—
—
—
—
12773
12773
TROLLEY GASKET, BOTTOM
—
—
—
—
GS-22576
GS-22576
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Parts List • Combitherm
ML
Electric
6• 10
7• 14
10•10
10•18
12• 20
2 0•2 0
CONDENSATE TANK COVER NUT
SC-24070
SC-24070
SC-24070
SC-24070
SC-24070
SC-24070
CONDENSATE TANK COVER SCREW
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
SC-23936
5000284
5000284
5000284
5000284
5000284
5000284
CONDENSER, O-RING
SA-22212
SA-22212
SA-22212
SA-22212
SA-22212
SA-22212
CONDENSER, O-RING 8x2.5 EPDM
SA-23109
SA-23109
SA-23109
SA-23109
SA-23109
SA-23109
PIPE, DRAIN EXTENSION
PP-25137
PP-25137
PP-25137
PP-25137
PP-25137
PP-25137
14442
14442
14442
14577
14577
14577
— HOSE, BALL VALVE
VA-22684
VA-22684
VA-22684
VA-22684
VA-22684
VA-22684
— HOSE, SPRAY HANDLE
PB-23920
PB-23920
PB-23920
PB-23920
PB-23920
PB-23920
— HOSE ASSEMBLY
PB-23922
PB-23922
PB-23922
PB-24066
PB-24066
PB-24066
— HOSE, SPRAY NOZZLE
PB-23919
PB-23919
PB-23919
PB-23919
PB-23919
PB-23919
— HOSE WASHERS, FLAT SEAL - 3/4" (19mm)
WS-22207
WS-22207
WS-22207
WS-22207
WS-22207
WS-22207
HOSE, CONNECTOR ELBOW
HO-22116
HO-22116
HO-22116
HO-22116
HO-22116
HO-22116
HOSE, CONNECTOR ELBOW SEAL
WS-22208
WS-22208
WS-22208
WS-22208
WS-22208
WS-22208
HOSE, PUMP
HO-25070
HO-25070
HO-25070
HO-25070
HO-25070
HO-25070
HOSE, RADIATOR
HO-22254
HO-22254
HO-22254
HO-22254
HO-22254
HO-22254
HOSE, STEAM BYPASS
HO-2957
HO-2957
HO-2957
HO-2957
HO-2957
HO-2957
PROBE, MEASURE WELD
5000283
5000283
5000283
5000283
5000283
5000283
PUMP, STEAM GENERATOR DRAIN
DA-24973
DA-24973
DA-24973
DA-24973
DA-24973
DA-24973
— PUMP, MOUNTING HARDWARE
1000719
1000719
1000719
1000719
1000719
1000719
EB-25106
EB-25106
EB-25106
EB-25106
EB-25106
EB-25106
STEAM GENERATOR INJECTION NOZZLE
5000292
5000292
5000292
5000292
5000292
5000292
SCREEN FILTER
FI-2946
FI-2946
FI-2946
FI-2946
FI-2946
FI-2946
—
—
—
—
CS-23126
CS-23126
—
—
—
—
CS-23127
CS-23127
— MOUNTING HARDWARE, FLAT WASHER
—
—
—
—
WS-22095
WS-22095
— MOUNTING HARDWARE, LOCK WASHER
—
—
—
—
WS-22096
WS-22096
— MOUNTING HARDWARE, CAP NUT
—
—
—
—
NU-22097
NU-22097
TROLLEY DRIP PAN
—
—
—
—
11747
11747
TROLLEY HANDLE
—
—
—
—
FR-22715
FR-22715
TROLLEY GUIDE BLOCK, TEFLON ®
—
—
—
—
BK-22100
BK-22100
TROLLEY SHELF
—
—
—
—
SH-22473
SH-22473
—
—
—
—
LK-22556
LK-22556
PA RT D E S C R I P T I O N
P L U M B I N G PA R T S :
CONDENSER, INJECTION NOZZLE
HAND SHOWER ASSEMBLY:
— HAND SHOWER ( FULL
ASSEMBLY )
WITH SEAL
STEAM GENERATOR DRAIN ELBOW
T R O L L E Y PA R T S :
TROLLEY CASTERS, 5" (127mm) RIGID
TROLLEY CASTERS, 5" (127mm) SWIVEL
TROLLEY SHELF LOCK
#6001
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Parts List • Combitherm
ML
Electric
6• 10
7•14
10 • 10
10• 18
12•20
2 0•2 0
Oven Temperature Probe
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
PR-33724
S-Control Relay Board
BA-34031
BA-34031
BA-34031
BA-34031
BA-34031
BA-34031
Power Supply Board
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
BA-33554
Communication Cable
CB-34033
CB-34033
CB-34033
CB-34033
CB-34033
CB-34033
Program Board
BA-34030
BA-34030
BA-34030
BA-34030
BA-34030
BA-34030
Temperature Board
BA-34029
BA-34029
BA-34029
BA-34029
BA-34029
BA-34029
Timer/Spead Board
BA-34028
BA-34028
BA-34028
BA-34028
BA-34028
BA-34028
Program/Temperature Knob
KN-34037
KN-34037
KN-34037
KN-34037
KN-34037
KN-34037
Timer Knob
KN-34036
KN-34036
KN-34036
KN-34036
KN-34036
KN-34036
Speed Knob
KN-34035
KN-34035
KN-34035
KN-34035
KN-34035
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C O M B I T H E R M E L E C T R I C I N S TA L L AT I O N A N D M A I N T E N A N C E M A N UA L
TRANS P O RTAT I O N
DAMAGE and CLAIMS
LIMITED
WARRANTY
All Alto-Shaam
equipment is sold F.O.B.
shipping point, and
when accepted by the
carrier, such shipments
become the property of
the consignee.
Should damage occur in shipment, it is a matter between
the carrier and the consignee. In such cases, the carrier is
assumed to be responsible for the safe delivery of the
merchandise, unless negligence can be established on the
part of the shipper.
1. Make an immediate inspection while the equipment is
still in the truck or immediately after it is moved to the
receiving area. Do not wait until after the material is
moved to a storage area.
Alto-Shaam, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that
any original part that is found to be defective in material
or workmanship will, at our option, subject to provisions
hereinafter stated, be replaced with a new or rebuilt part.
The labor warranty remains in effect one (1) year from
installation or fifteen (15) months from the shipping date,
whichever occurs first.
The parts warranty remains in effect one (1) year from
installation or fifteen (15) months from the shipping date,
whichever occurs first.
Exceptions to the one year part warranty period are as listed:
A. Halo Heat cook/hold ovens include a five (5) year
parts warranty on the heating element. Labor will be
covered under the terms of the standard warranty
period of one (1) year or fifteen (15) months.
B.
Alto-Shaam Quickchillers include a five (5) year parts
warranty on the refrigeration compressor. Labor will
be covered under the terms of the standard warranty
period of one (1) year or fifteen (15) months.
2. Do not sign a delivery receipt or a freight bill until you
have made a proper count and inspection of all
merchandise received.
This warranty does not apply to:
1.
Calibration.
3. Note all damage to packages directly on the carrier ’s
delivery receipt.
2.
Replacement of light bulbs and/or the replacement of
display case glass due to damage of any kind.
4. Make certain the driver signs this receipt. If he refuses
to sign, make a notation of this refusal on the receipt.
3.
Equipment damage caused by accident, shipping,
improper installation or alteration.
4.
Equipment used under conditions of abuse, misuse,
carelessness or abnormal conditions.
5.
Any losses or damage resulting from malfunction,
including loss of product or consequential or
incidental damages of any kind.
6.
Equipment modified in any manner from original model,
substitution of parts other than factory authorized parts,
removal of any parts including legs, or addition of any parts.
5. If the driver refuses to allow inspection, write the
following on the delivery receipt:
Driver refuses to allow inspection
of containers for visible damage.
6. Telephone the carrier ’s office immediately upon finding
damage and request an inspection. Mail a written
confirmation of the time, date, and the person called.
7. Save any packages and packing material for further
inspection by the carrier.
8. Promptly file a written claim with the carrier and
attach copies of all supporting paperwork.
We will continue our policy of assisting our customers in
collecting claims which have been properly filed and
actively pursued. We cannot, however, file any damage
claims for you, assume the responsibility of any claims,
nor accept deductions in payment for such claims.
This warranty is exclusive and is in lieu of all other warranties,
expressed or implied, including the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for purpose. In no event shall the
Company be liable for loss of use, loss of revenue, or loss of
product or profit, or for indirect or consequential damages.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or
implied and Alto-Shaam, Inc. neither assumes or authorizes
any persons to assume for it any other obligation or liability in
connection with Alto-Shaam equipment.
A LTO - S H A A M , I N C .
Wa r r a n t y e f f e c t i v e J a n u a r y 1 , 2 0 0 0
RECORD THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER OF THE OVEN FOR EASY REFERENCE. ALWAYS REFER TO
BOTH MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER IN ANY CONTACT WITH ALTO-SHAAM REGARDING THE OVEN.
Model Number: _____________________________________ Date Installed: _____________________________________
Voltage: ____________________________________________ Purchased From: ____________________________________
Serial Number: ______________________________________ ____________________________________________________
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