Wittco | 1400-AD-SS-IS | OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE MANUAL

OPERATIONS
MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
COOK & HOLD OVEN SYSTEMS
COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL SERIES
WITTCO MODEL NUMBERS
750-AD-SS
1000-AD-SS
1200-AD-SS
1400-AD-SS
750-AD-SS-IS
1000-AD-SS-IS
1200-AD-SS-IS
1400-AD-SS-IS
LIMITED WARRANTY
Wittco warrants the Products that it manufactures to be free from defects in materials and workmanship, under normal use and
service, for the periods indicated below from the date of purchase when installed and maintained in accordance with Wittco's written
instructions. Buyer must establish the "Products" purchase date by returning Wittco's Warranty registration Card or by other means
satisfactory to Wittco in its sole discretion.
Wittco warrants its Products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship from the date of purchase (subject to the
foregoing conditions) for the period(s) of time and on the conditions listed below:
a)
Ninety (90) days Labor Warranty
b)
One (1) Year Parts Warranty
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR PATENT OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT INFRINGEMENT. Without limiting the generality of the
foregoing, SUCH WARRANTIES DO NOT COVER: Coated incandescent light bulbs or heat lamps, all glass components. Product
misuse, tampering, misapplication, application of improper voltage, or recalibration of thermostats or high limit switches.
LIMITATION OF REMEDIES & DAMAGES
Wittco's liability and Buyer's exclusive remedy hereunder will be limited solely, at Wittco's option, to repair or replacement by a
Wittco authorized service agency (other than where Buyer is located outside of the United States or Canada, in which case Wittco's
liability and Buyer's exclusive remedy hereunder will be limited solely to replacement of part under warranty) with respect to any
claim made within the applicable warranty period referred to above. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, all portable
Products, as defined by Wittco, shall be delivered by Buyer, at its sole expense, to the nearest Wittco authorized service agency for
replacement or repair. Wittco reserves the right to accept or reject any such claim in whole or in part. Wittco will not accept the
return of any Product without prior written approval from Wittco, and all such approved returns shall be made at Buyer's sole
expense. WITTCO WILL NOT BE LIABLE, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LABOR COSTS OR LOST OF PRODUCTS AND LOSS OF PROFITS
RESULTING FROM THE USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCTS.
WITTCO TECHNICAL & PRODUCT SUPPORT
TECHNICAL SUPPORT & SERVICE INQUIRES MAY BE DIRECTED TO WITTCO BY:
1.
CALLING DIRECTLY TO:
WITTCO FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT TECHNICAL & SERVICE DEPARTMENT - (800)
367-8413
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (CENTRAL TIME)
2.
FAXING DIRECTLY TO:
WITTCO FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT TECHNICAL & SERVICE DEPARTMENT - (414)
354-2821
DAILY 24 HOURS
3.
MAILING DIRECTLY TO:
WITTCO FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT INC.
7737 NORTH 81 ST. STREET
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 53223
USA
WHEN DIRECTING INQUIRIES TO WITTCO PLEASE HAVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO AVOID DELAYS
1.
Wittco model number indicated on the equipment serial data plate located at the electrical connection.
2.
Wittco serial number indicated on the equipment serial data plate, The equipment serial number will also have
two (2) alpha characters immediately following the serial number. These alpha characters are part of the serial
number.
INTRODUCTION
Wittco Foodservice Equipment's Cook and Hold Oven System is a basic unit of food preparation equipment. It has
found wide acceptance in both institutional and commercial food service operations.
This manual has been produced to provide persons responsible for the operation and maintenance of the oven with a
simple but comprehensive understanding of its proper use. We recommend that this manual be read and understood
prior to placing the oven into operation.
As with any piece of food service equipment, this oven system will require a minimum of care and maintenance.
Suggestions for this procedure are contained in this manual and should become a regular part of the operation of the
unit.
NOTE: BEFORE USING THE OVEN IT SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY CLEANED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
It is recommended that prior to placing the oven system into operation that it be operated on the cook cycle for
approximately two (2) hours at 350° F. to prep it for operation.
Should repair or adjustment of the unit become necessary, we suggest that procedures described in this manual be
followed. The operator may also contact the authorized Wittco dealer who sold the product or an authorized Wittco
service agency. If the needed repair occurs during the warranty period, prior authorization is required from Wittco by
the service company before the work is done.
It is our sincere desire that you obtain the maximum benefit from your Cook and Hold Oven System. If at any time
questions arise or additional information is required, contact Wittco at 800 367-8413.
DESCRIPTION
Operators have found that cooking foods utilizing low temperature methods reduces the amount of product shrinkage
and increases the amount of product yield. This is because less moisture is cooked out of the food when it is prepared
at 225° F. that when it is prepared at 350° F. Because of this fact, the operator will serve a product that has greater
customer satisfaction because of the increased flavor and moisture this meat possesses.
UNCRATING
Each Wittco Foodservice Equipment oven is packed in a cardboard carton which, in turn, is banded to a wooden pallet.
When the cabinet is received by the operator, the carton should immediately be inspected for any sign of visible
exterior damage. If carton is
punctured or dented, it may be an indication that the cabinet has sustained concealed freight damage.
It is very important that any evidence of damage be noted on the Bill of Lading at the time of receipt.
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UNPACKING THE CABINET
Remove the banding material holding the carton to the pallet.
Remove the cardboard carton and the plastic bag covering the cabinet.
Carefully lift the cabinet off the carton bottom and pallet and place it on the floor.
Open the door and remove any packing materials which may have been used to hold the tray slides in place.
NOTE: The casters for the 1200 AD SS and the 1200 AD SS IS ovens are packed in a separate carton. Remove
them from the carton and install them on the oven.
Heat the oven for approximately 2 hours before using.
CABINET LOCATION
PLACING THE OVEN IN THE PROPER LOCATION IS IMPORTANT FOR EFFICIENT OPERATION.
CHOOSE A LOCATION FOR THE OVEN IN AN AREA WHICH WILL PROVIDE EASY LOADING AND
UNLOADING WITHOUT INTERFERING WITH THE FINAL ASSEMBLY OF FOOD ORDERS. PROVIDE
AT LEAST SIX INCHES OF SPACE ON EACH SIDE TO ALLOW FOR PROPER Am CIRCULATION
AROUND THE OVEN.
OPERATING CONTROLS
A complete explanation of the operating controls will be found in the Cook Guide which is supplied with the oven.
All operating controls are located on the front control panel. This panel contains the on/off switch, the electronic
cooking and holding thermostats, the electronic timer and the start button to engage the roast cycle.
NOTE: IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE OVEN CONNECTION TO THE POWER SOURCE BE DONE
BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
NOTE: UPON CONNECTING THE CONTROL MODULE TOP TO THE POWER SOURCE, THE
COOLING FANS MAY NOT OPERATE. THESE FANS WILL ONLY OPERATE WHEN THE
THERMOSTAT TO WHICH THEY ARE CONNECTED REQUIRES IT.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Wittco Cook and Hold Ovens can be factory wired for 120, 208,220, or 240 volts AC, single or three phase, 60 or 50
cycle service.
VERIFY THAT THE VOLTAGE AND PHASE OF THE POWER SOURCE IS IDENTICAL TO THE OVEN
SYSTEM DATA PLATE BEFORE CONNECTING.
The oven must be adequately and safely grounded before operation. A separate disconnect switch or circuit breaker is
recommended at a convenient location between the oven and power source.
TESTING THE OVEN
Each oven is completely checked and tested prior to shipment. However, it is a good practice to completely check the
unit again after unpacking and installation.
1.
Connect oven to power source.
2.
Turn the oven on and check that the low velocity interior circulating fans are
running. At the same time check that the indicator lights under the on/off switch and the hold thermostat are
illuminated.
3.
Set the timer dials to 01.5 (this equals one hour and 30 minutes of cooking time), set the hold thermostat to
140° F, and set the roast thermostat to 225° F.
4.
Push the start button which will start the roasting cycle. Verify that the power and the roasting indicator lights
are illuminated.
5.
In approximately 15-20 minutes the oven compartment will be at the temperature indicated on the roast
thermostat.
6.
The LED digital display will count down in six minute intervals during the roasting cycle until no time
remains on the timer. At that time the oven system will automatically switch to the hold cycle.
If all of the functions perform satisfactorily, the oven is ready for operation.
CLEANING
The interior of the oven should be cleaned whenever a food spill occurs. Use a mild soap and water to clean. Never
use harsh chemicals or abrasive pads to clean the cabinet.
The simple cleaning process follows.
1 DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2. Remove the control module top and place it away from the oven cabinet. CLEANING (CON'T)
3.
Lift and tip the side tray racks toward the center of the cabinet. Remove them from the cabinet. These racks
should be taken to a sink or dish washer for a thorough cleaning.
4.
Remove the interior rear mounted air distribution tunnel and take it to a sink or dish washer for cleaning.
5.
Clean the interior oven cavity with soap and water.
6.
Reassemble the oven.
REPLACEMENT OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
It is highly recommended that only Wittco Foodservice Equipment replacement parts be used to insure compatibility of
component parts in the operation of cook and hold oven systems. All of the electrical components which may require
servicing are in the control module top.
WARNING: DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE REMOVING THE
CONTROL MODULE TOP FROM THE OVEN CABINET.
ON/OFF SWITCH REPLACEMENT
1.
DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the protective cover from the control module top.
3
Notice the arrangement of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagram for reference. Remove the
defective switch from the control panel.
4.
Install the replacement switch and secure it to the control panel. Reconnect the electrical leads to the new
switch.
5.
Reinstall the control module cover.
6.
Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
COOK OR HOLD TEMPERATURE CONTROL REPLACEMENT
1.
DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the retaining screws and lifting it off the control module top to
expose the thermostat.
3.
COOK OR HOLD TEMPERATURE CONTROL REPLACEMENT (CON'T)
Notice the arrangement of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagram for reference.
4.
Disconnect the electrical leads of the temperature control needing replacement from the circuit board.
5.
Remove the black knob by loosening the "L-end" screws that holds it to the temperature controller stem.
NOTE: PRIOR TO LOOSENING THE "L-END" SCREWS, TURN THE BLACK TEMPERATURE
CONTROL KNOB COUNTER CLOCK-WISE UNTIL THE KNOB STOPS.
7.
Remove the two screws on the front of the control panel that hold the temperature control in place and remove it.
8.
Install the replacement temperature control following the reverse of the above procedure.
NOTE: ONCE THE BLACK KNOB HAS BEEN REINSTALLED TURN IT COUNTER CLOCKWISE UNTIL THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL SHAFT STOPS. LOOSEN THE "L-END"
SCREWS AND REPOSITION THE WHITE ARROW ON THE KNOB TO POINT TO THE SMALL
SILVER DASH UNDER THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE SETTING.
9.
Reinstall the control module cover and screws.
10.
Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
INDICATOR LIGHT REPLACEMENT
1.
DISCONNECT THE CABINET FROM ITS POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top to expose the
indicator light.
3.
Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
4.
Disconnect the electrical leads to the indicator light and remove it.
5.
Install the replacement indicator light by pushing it into the control panel until the retaining clips snap into place.
INDICATOR LIGHT REPLACEMENT (CON'T)
6.
Reconnect the electrical leads to the indicator light.
7.
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
8.
Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
COOK CYCLE TIMER REPLACEMENT
1
DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Loosen the two screws on the timer face plate holding the timer in its housing.
3.
Carefully pull the timer straight out from the timer housing. (The rubber gasket remains attached to the housing
surface.)
4.
Insert the replacement timer into the timer housing.
5.
Tighten the two screws holding the timer to the housing.
6.
Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
COOLING FAN REPLACEMENT
1. DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top to expose the
cooling fans.
3.
Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
4.
Disconnect the electrical leads to the cooling fan and remove it.
5.
Install the replacement cooling fan.
NOTE: THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION ARROW MUST POINT TO THE LEFT OR AWAY FROM THE
CONTROL MODULE TOP.
6.
Reconnect the electrical leads to the cooling fan.
7.
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
8.
Turn the oven on for approximately 30 minutes at 225° F to see if the cooling fan operates.
COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT REPLACEMENT
1. DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top to expose the
cooling fan thermostat.
3.
Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
4.
Disconnect the electrical leads to the cooling fan thermostat and remove it.
5.
Install the replacement cooling fan thermostat.
6.
Reconnect the electrical leads to the cooling fan thermostat.
7.
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
8.
Turn the oven on for approximately 30 minutes at 225° F to see if the cooling fan operates.
1.
BLOWER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT
DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top to expose the
blower assembly.
3.
Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
4.
Disconnect the electrical leads to the blower assembly at the terminal strip.
5.
Remove the protective fan grill located on the bottom of the control module top exposing the blower cage.
6.
Insert an "L-end" wrench into the set screw holding the blower to the motor shaft. Remove the cage from the
blower motor.
7.
Remove the three (3) hex nuts holding the blower motor housing to the oven and remove it.
8.
Install the replacement blower motor by following the reverse of the directions above.
9.
Reconnect the electrical leads to the blower assembly.
BLOWER MOTOR REPLACEMENT (CON'T)
10.
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
11. Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
HEATING ELEMENT REPLACEMENT
1
DISCONNECT THE CABINET FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top.
3.
Remove all the insulation surrounding the heating element compartment and save it for reuse.
4.
Remove the screws from the heating element cover to expose the elements.
5.
Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical leads and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
6.
Disconnect the electrical leads from the heating elements
7.
Remove the nuts securing the heating element to the heating element compartment and remove it.
8.
Install the replacement heating element by following the reverse of the above directions.
9.
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
10.
Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
ELECTRICAL RELAY REPLACEMENT
1
DISCONNECT THE CABINET FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top exposing the
electrical relay.
3.
Remove the defective relay but leave the wires attached. Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical
leads and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
4.
Install the new relay and move the wires from the defective relay to the terminal screws on the replacement relay.
5.
ELECTRICAL RELAY REPLACEMENT (CON'T)
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
6.
Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
1.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL PROBE REPLACEMENT
DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE.
2.
Remove the top cover by removing the screws and lifting the cover off the control module top exposing the
temperature probe.
3.
Notice the arrangement and connection of all electrical leads between the
temperature probe and the circuit board and refer to the wiring diagrams for reference.
4.
Disconnect the probe lead wires from the solid state circuit board. These wires are not polarity sensitive.
5.
Remove the wire ties that hold the probe wires to the other wires.
6.
Remove the wire ties that hold the temperature probe to the fan grill on the inside of the oven.
7.
Remove the insulating grommet from the probe wires so that the defective probe can be removed.
8.
Install the replacement temperature probe by following the reverse of the above directions.
9.
Reinstall the module control top cover and screws.
10. Test the oven as described in the TESTING THE OVEN section.
TROUBLE SHOOTING PROCEDURE WARNING: EXTREME CAUTION MUST BE EXERCISED WHEN
WORKING AROUND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT TO PREVENT THE POSSIBILITY OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK RESULTING IN INJURY OR DEATH. THESE TEST PROCEDURES SHOULD ONLY BE DONE
BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN OR AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENCY. THEY SHOULD NOT BE
ATTEMPTED BY ANY PERSON WHO IS NOT TRAINED IN THE SAFE AND PROPER USE OF TEST
EQUIPMENT.
Always work in a safe manner. Be sure the power supply is turned off before touching any wires or terminals to
prevent the possibility of electrical shock or damage as a result of electrical short by the meter probes.
No wires should be disconnected from the terminals without first disconnecting the power source to the oven.
This procedure supplies a list of symptoms that may be observed and a reference section that may be referred to locate
and correct the problem.
TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
The preferred piece of equipment required is a DVM (Digital Voltmeter) and a clamp-on ammeter. If one of these is
not available, on ohmmeter is necessary to determine if a short circuit or a ground exists. The meter should be capable
of reading 0 to 100 k ohms full scale.
NORMAL OPERATION
It is preferred that the technician has had the opportunity to observe the normal operation of the oven so that when
there is a malfunction, it may be easily recognized with a minimum of testing.
In normal operation, as soon as power is applied to the oven and the power switch is turned on, the POWER and the
HOLD CYCLE indicator lights should be illuminated. In addition, the blower motors inside the oven should start.
If the HOLD TEMPERATURE knob is set to a temperature higher than the present oven temperature, the heating
contactor should energize and supply power to the heating elements. When the oven temperature reaches
approximately 105° F, the cooling fans will begin to operate. These fans will run as long as necessary to provide
cooling for the electrical controls in the control module top.
If the OVEN TIMER is set to a value greater than 00.0 and the START button is depressed, the control will switch
from the HOLDING CYCLE to the ROASTING CYCLE and maintain it for the length of time entered on the OVEN
TIMER. When the set time expires, the oven will automatically switch from the ROASTING CYCLE to the
HOLDING CYCLE and hold the food for up to 24 hours.
SYMPTOMS AND PROCEDURES
I. NO HEAT IN THE HOLD CYCLE
1.
Check that the oven is connected to the power source and the circuit breaker or fuse is not tripped.
2.
Check that the oven power switch is on.
3.
If the power switch is in the on position and the power indicator light is not
illuminated, remove the fuses and verify continuity with the ohmmeter. If the fuses are defective, there is
probably a shorted component or wire. Refer to Section A for additional testing.
Replace fuses with the same type that were supplied with the oven. Use only #SLC-3 current limiting fuse.
Type G, 250 volt.
4.
If the power indicator light is illuminated and the holding indicator light is not,
there is a problem with the light, the timer or the wiring. (The timer should be set to 00.0 hours.) Refer to
Section B for additional testing.
5.
Position the HOLDING TEMPERATURE knob at 200° F. If the heating contactor does not energize, a
problem exists with the temperature probe, temperature control, the set point relay, the timer, or the heater
contactor. Refer to the following sections for additional testing:
Section B for timer
Section C for temperature control and set point relay
Section F for contactor
Section G for temperature probe.
II. NO HEAT IN THE ROASTING CYCLE
1.
Set the ROASTING TIMER to 1.5 on the digital timer display, set the
ROASTING TEMPERATURE knob to 250° F, and depress the START button.
2.
If the ROASTING indicator light is not illuminated, there is a problem with the either the TIMER or the
indicator light. Refer to section B for additional testing.
3.
If the ROASTING indicator light is illuminated and the oven is not heating, there is a problem with the set
point relay, the electronic circuit board, the contactor, the heating element(s), the temperature probe, or the
wiring. Refer to the following sections in succession for additional testing:
Section D for temperature control and set point relay, Section F for heater
contactor, Section G for temperature probe.
III.
CHATTERING OF THE CONTACTOR
This may be observed at either the energizing or de-energizing of the contactor.
Test the contactor with a voltmeter or test light from wire #25 on the top of the electronic circuit board to wire
#47 on the AC contactor coil. The reading must be very steady except for the 5 volts line drop that may occur
when the heating elements are connected to the line. If the voltage is not steady, there is a problem with the AC
power, the POWER SWITCH, the FUSES, or the wiring.
If the voltage is steady, there may be a problem with the set point relay, the electronic circuit board, or
the wiring. Refer to the following sections for additional testing:
Section E if the voltage is not steady, Section C for the
Holding Cycle Section D for the Roasting Cycle.
IV.
OVEN IS SLOW TO HEAT
1.
Check the line voltage. If it is below nominal, there will be a significant reduction
in available heating. For example, a 10% lower line voltage with result in a 19%
lower heat supply.
V. OVEN DROPS OUT OF ROASTING CYCLE
1.
A loss of power may have occurred. Refer to section E for additional testing.
2.
A problem may exist with the TIMER. Refer to section B for additional testing.
SECTION A. TESTING FOR GROUNDS AND/OR SHORTED COMPONENTS
DISCONNECT THE OVEN FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
TESTING WITH AN OHMMETER
TESTING FOR GROUNDS
1.
Power switch in the off position.
2.
Connect on lead of the ohmmeter to the metal oven top.
3.
Touch the other lead to the following and observe that there should be an open circuit in each case:
Tl on element contactor
T2 of element contactor
Wire 7 on vent fan switch
Wire 29 on power switch
Wire 50 on power switch
Wire 10 on power switch
Wire 29 on power switch
Any reading at all, indicates a component partially or completely shorted to
ground.
TESTING FOR SHORTED COMPONENTS
Test the following to determine which component is shorted. If any component has significantly lower
reading than is listed, it is suspect and should be replaced.
TESTING HEATING ELEMENTS
Test between T1 and T2 on the contactor with the ohmmeter and compare the value to the table below:
The basic element has a resistance of 23 ohms regardless of the voltage rating on the oven. Because the
number of elements in the oven effects the reading, compare the number of elements in the oven to the
following chart to determine if any elements are open or shorted.
1 element
23 ohms
2 elements
11.5 ohms
3 elements
7.7 ohms
3 elements 3 PH
L1-L2 15.3 ohms
L1-L3 15.3 ohms
L2-L3 15.3 ohms
TESTING COOLING FAN MOTORS
Test wire 7 to wire 50 on the cooling fan motors. A typical reading on a 120 volt oven is 47 ohms. A 208/240
volt oven with have 183 ohms. NOTE: These readings are for two fans connected in parallel. A new
replacement fan will read double.
TESTING BLOWER MOTORS
1.
Disconnect the blower motor wires from the terminal strip and test with an
ohmmeter to determine whether they are shorted or not. The reading should be approximately as shown in the
table below. If a discrepancy exists, check each motor individually.
Voltage
120 Volt
208/240 Volt
1 Blower
19 ohms
70 ohms
2 Blowers
9.5 ohms
35 ohms
3 Blowers
6.3 ohms
23.3 ohms
Reconnect the wires to the terminal strip.
WIRING INSPECTION
Check for frayed or touching wires on any terminal strip, especially on the set point relay and on the
ROASTING TIMER as they are very close to each other. Clean and dress up the wires as needed.
TESTING THE MOV VARISTOR
Lift one wire of each MOV from the terminal and check with an ohmmeter. If the reading is less than 100K
ohms, the unit is defective.
TESTING THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Disconnect the red and black wires from the AC wiring. The ohmmeter should read approximately 1/3K ohms
between red and black wires. The ohmmeter should
read approximately 575 ohms between the white and black wires. If the circuit is open or shorted, the electronic
circuit board must be replaced.
TESTING THE CONTACTOR COIL
Disconnect all wires from one side terminal of the contactor coil. The ohmmeter should read approximately 675
ohms for a 208/240 volt unit or 235 ohms for a 120 volt unit. If the circuit is open or shorted, the contactor must
be replaced.
TESTING THE ROASTING TIMER COIL
Disconnect all wires from terminal #1. The ohmmeter should read approximately 520 ohms for a 240 volt unit
or 140 ohms for a 120 volt unit. If the circuit is open or shorted, the timer must be replaced.
TESTING THE SET POINT RELAY COIL
Unplug the set point relay from its socket and measure coil resistance. Ohmmeter should read approximately
17.2K ohms across relay coil contacts.
SECTION B TIMER TEST
Connect one lead of a voltmeter to wire 33 on the HOLDING indicator light and connect the other lead to timer
terminals 10,14,12, and 11 each in succession to test for AC power. They should all indicate line voltage. If
line voltage is not indicated, check the wiring or replace the timer.
Set the ROASTING TIMER for 1.0 hour and press the START button. Connect one lead of a voltmeter to wire
33 on the HOLDING indicator light and connect the other lead to timer terminals 9, 1,8, 6, 5, 4 each in
succession to test for AC power. They should all indicate line voltage. If line voltage is not indicated, check the
wiring or replace the timer.
SECTION C. ELECTRONIC SOLD) STATE CIRCUIT BOARD TEST • HOLDING CYCLE
1. Test for AC power between red and black wires at the input to the circuit board. (On the 120 volt units the wires
are black and white.)
2.
Test for AC power between wires 25 on the circuit board and 47 on the contactor coil. The reading must be very
steady, except for the 5 volt line drop that may occur when the element is connected to the line.
3.
Test for de-energized set point relay. (0 volts between heavy coil wires on relay terminals 4 and 1.)
4.
Increase the HOLDING TEMPERATURE slowly just to the point which causes the contactor to be energized.
5.
Test for poor relay contact by tapping the set point relay with a pencil. Observe that there should be no chattering
or dropping out by the contactor, but rather, it should stay energized.
If tapping the relay with a pencil causes chattering of the contactor, check for frayed or broken wires on the set
point relay, especially the 4 wires which come from the set point pots. After that, if tapping the relay either causes
a chattering or prevents it temporarily, the relay has a poor contact internally and must be replaced with a new
one.
6.
Test for a broken temperature probe. Refer to Section G for additional information.
7.
If the above test fail to identify the problem, the electronic circuit board is faulty and must be replaced.
SECTION D. ELECTRONIC SOLD) STATE CIRCUIT BOARD TEST -ROASTING CYCLE
1. Test for AC power between red and black wires at the input to the circuit board. (On the 120 volt units the wires
are black and white.)
2.
Test for AC power between wires 25 on the circuit board and 47 on the contactor coil. The reading must be very
steady, except for the 5 volt line drop that may occur when the element is connected to the line.
3.
Test for energized set point relay. (1/2 line volts between heavy coil wires on relay terminals 4 and 1.)
4.
Set the ROASTING TEMPERATURE to 350° F which causes the contactor to be energized. (If it does, skip to
step 8 below otherwise go to step 5.)
5.
If the contactor does not energize, test for line voltage on the coil on the contactor between wires 26 and 47. Refer
to Section F for additional testing.
6.
If the contactor has no voltage, test for an open thermistor. Refer to Section G for additional details.
7.
If the contactor is energized but there is still no heat, refer to Section A for additional test.
8.
Rotate the ROASTING TEMPERATURE knob slowly just to the point to cause the contactor to be energized.
9.
Test for poor relay contact by tapping the set point relay with a pencil. Observe that there should be no
chattering or dropping out by the contactor, but rather, it should stay energized.
If tapping the relay with a pencil causes chattering of the contactor, check for frayed or broken wires on the set
point relay, especially the 4 wires which come from the set point pots. After that, if tapping the relay either
causes a chattering or prevents it temporarily, the relay has a poor contact internally and must be replaced with
a new one.
10.
If the above test fail to identify the problem, the electronic circuit board is faulty and must be replaced.
SECTION E GENERAL VOLTAGE TESTING
Test for line voltage between the following:
LI and L2 on the contactor.
Wires 29 and 50 on the power switch
Terminal 15 and 2 on the timer
Wire 47 on the contactor coil and 25 on the electronic circuit board
Connect one voltmeter probe to wire 47 on the contactor coil and the other to the following wires in
succession:
Wire 10 on the power switch,
Terminal 14 on the timer,
Wire 25 on the circuit board.
If an intermittent loss of voltage, or a low voltage condition, the cause must be determined and corrected.
SECTION F. CONTACTOR TESTS
If the contactor has line voltage on the coil but it is not picked up to close the power contacts, the coil is failed
open and the contactor must be replaced.
SECTION G. TEMPERATURE PROBE TESTS
Disconnect both wires of the probe from the connectors of the electronic circuit board. Connect the ohmmeter
to the probe wires. If the ohmmeter reading is greater than 91K ohms at 70° F, the probe is faulty.
Typical values are:
91K ohms at 70°
53K ohms at 100°
7.5K ohms at 200°
1.79Kohmsat300°
WITTCO FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT INC.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
WITTCO SERIES - COMMERCIAL COOK & HOLD OVENS
WITTCO
PART NO.
PART
DESCRIPTION
AD-301-1000-0
MODEL NUMBER AND QUANTITY REQUIRED
750-AD
1000-AD
1200-AD
1400-AD
BLOWER MOTOR REPLACEMENT KIT 110 VOLT
1
2
3
4
AD-301-2000-0
BLOWER MOTOR REPLACEMENT KIT 208-240 VOLT
1
2
3
4
AD-266-0000-0
BLOWER MOTOR RETURN AIR GRATE
1
1
1
2
WP-114-5R
CASTER, 5" HEAVY DUTY RIGID
2
2
2
2
WP-114-5S
CASTER, 5" HEAVY DUTY SWIVEL W/BRAKE
2
2
2
2
AD-260-4000-0
CONTACTOR - 2 POLE / 110 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-260-2000-0
CONTACTOR - 2 POLE / 208-240 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-260-3000-0
CONTACTOR - 3 POLE / 208-240 VOLT (3PHASE)
1
1
1
2
AD-264-0000-0
CONTROL TOP MODULE COVER
1
1
1
2
AD-312-0000-0
CONTROL PANEL DECAL (BLUE)
1
1
1
2
AD-417-0000-1
CONTROLLER ONLY 120 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-417-0000-2
CONTROLLER ONLY 208-240 VOLT
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
CONTROLLER COMPLETE 120 VOLT (INCLUDES
AD-247-2000-1
POTENTIOMETERS, PROBE & RELAY)
CONTROLLER COMPLETE 208-240 VOLT
AD-247-2000-2
(INCLUDES POTENTIOMETERS, PROBE & RELAY)
1
1
AD-161-2000-0
CORD, 6FT 208-240 VOLT (NO PLUG)
1
1
AD-161-3000-0
CORD, 6FT 208-240 VOLT (NO PLUG)(1200 ONLY)
AD-161-1000-0
CORD, 6FT 120 VOLT (NO PLUG)
AD-265-0000-0
DIVIDER BAR (FOR 1200 ONLY)
AD-263-1000-0
DOOR, (NO HARDWARE)
AD-263-2000-0
DOOR, (NO HARDWARE)
AD-263-3000-0
DOOR, (NO HARDWARE)
AD-134-1000-0
DOOR CATCH ONLY (NO HANDLE)
1
1
2
2
AD-134-0000-0
DOOR LATCH COMPLETE W/CATCH
1
1
2
2
AD-280-1000-0
ELEMENT, 1900 WATT 120 VOLT
2
3
N/A
6
AD-280-1000-0
ELEMENT, 1900 WATT 208-240 VOLT
1
2
3
4
AD-305-1000-0
FAN COOLING MOTOR 120 VOLT
2
2
2
4
AD-305-2000-0
FAN COOLING MOTOR 208-240 VOLT
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
MODEL NUMBER AND QUANTITY REQUIRED
WITTCO
PART NO.
PART DESCRIPTION
AD-253-0000-0
750-AD
1000-AD
1200-AD
1400-AD
FAN SCREEN FOR COOLING MOTOR
2
2
2
4
AD-210-0000-0
FUSE HOLDER
2
2
2
4
AD-207-0000-0
FUSE, 3 AMP
2
2
2
4
AD-142-750-E
GASKET, DOOR ALUMINUM EXTRUSION
1
AD-142-1000-E
GASKET, DOOR ALUMINUM EXTRUSION
AD-142-1200-E
GASKET, DOOR ALUMINUM EXTRUSION
WP-302
GASKET, DOOR (BLACK) BY THE FT.
8'
11'
21'
21'
AD-142-HT
GASKET, HOT TOP SEAL / ORANGE
1
1
1
2
WP-111
HINGE, DOOR
2
2
4
4
AD-310-0000-0
(INCLUDES BOLTS FOR HOT TOP)
4
4
4
8
WP-040
LIGHT, INDICATOR ROUND 125 VOLT
3
3
3
6
AD-226-0000-0
LIGHT, INDICATOR ROUND 250 VOLT
3
3
3
6
AD-416-0000-0
POTENTIOMETERS (SET/2)
1
1
1
2
AD-242-0000-0
POTENTIOMETER KNOBS
2
2
2
4
AD-246-0000-0
PROBE
1
1
1
2
AD-261-5000-0
RACKS, INT. SIDE
2
AD-261-2000-0
RACKS, INT. SIDE
AD-261-3000-0
RACKS, INT. SIDE
WP-305
RACK, SIDE RETAINING BOLTS
1
2
2
LATCH SPRING LOADED
2
4
2
8
8
16
16
1
1
1
2
RELAY 120 VOLT
AD-415-2000-0
(SWITCHING CUBE TYPE - CLEAR)
RELAY 208-240 VOLT
AD-415-1000-0
(SWITCHING CUBE TYPE - SMOKE BLACK)
1
1
1
2
AD-419-0000-0
SECURITY COVER - CLEAR
1
1
1
2
AD-252-0000-0
STRAIN RELIEF AT POWER CORD
1
1
1
2
AD-135-0000-0
SUPPRESSOR (ORANGE)
2
2
2
4
AD-212-0000-0
SWITCH, ON/OFF ROCKER
1
1
1
2
AD-244-0000-0
SWITCH, START PUSH BUTTON (BLUE)
1
1
1
2
AD-206-2000-0
TERMINAL BLOCK, INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION
1
1
1
2
AD-206-1000-0
TERMINAL BLOCK - POWER CONNECT
1
1
1
2
AD-241-1000-0
THERMOSTAT - HI LIMIT
1
1
1
2
WITTCO
PART NO.
MODEL NUMBER AND QUANTITY REQUIRED
PART DESCRIPTION
750-AD
1000-AD
1200-AD
1400-AD
AD-251-0000-0
THERMOSTAT FOR COOLING MOTOR
1
1
1
2
AD-232-2000-0
TIMER-ATC 120 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-232-1000-0
TIMER - ATC 208- 240 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-235-0000-0
TIMER BUTTONS (SET OF 3)
1
1
1
2
AD-267-1000-0
TUNNEL, AIR FLOW
1
AD-267-2000-0
TUNNEL, AIR FLOW
AD-267-3000-0
TUNNEL, AIR FLOW
750-T-C
OR 208-240 VOLT 1 PHASE
1000-T-C
OR 208-240 VOLT 1 PHASE
1
2
1
CONTROL MODULE (COMPLETE TOP) 120 VOLT
1
CONTROL MODULE (COMPLETE TOP) 120 VOLT
1
2
CONTROL MODULE (COMPLETE TOP)
1200-T-C
208-240 VOLT 1 PHASE
1
WITTCO FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT INC.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
WITTCO SERIES - INSTITUTIONAL COOK & HOLD OVENS
6/25/98
MODEL NUMBER AND QUANTITY REQUIRED
WITTCO
PART NO.
PART DESCRIPTION
AD-301-1000-0
750-IS
1000-IS
1200-IS
1400-IS
BLOWER MOTOR REPLACEMENT KIT 110 VOLT
1
2
3
4
AD-301-2000-0
BLOWER MOTOR REPLACEMENT KIT208-240 VOLT
1
2
3
4
AD-266-0000-0
BLOWER MOTOR RETURN AIR GRATE
1
2
3
4
WP-114-5R
CASTER, 5" HEAVY DUTY RIGIR
2
2
2
2
WP-114-5S
CASTER, 5" HEAVY DUTY SWIVEL W/BRAKE
2
2
2
2
AD-260-4000-0
CONTACTOR - 2 POLE /110 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-260-2000-0
CONTACTOR - 2 POLE / 208-240 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-260-3000-0
CONTACTOR - 3 POLE / 208-240 VOLT (3PHASE)
1
1
1
2
AD-264-0000-0
CONTROL TOP MODULE COVER
1
1
1
2
AD-312-0000-0
CONTROL PANEL DECAL (BLUE)
1
1
1
2
AD-417-0000-1
CONTROLLER ONLY 120 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-417-0000-2
CONTROLLER ONLY 208-240 VOLT
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
CONTROLLER COMPLETE 120 VOLT (INCLUDES
AD-247-2000-1
POTENTIOMETER, PROBE & RELAY)
CONTROLLER COMPLETE 208-240 VOLT (INCLUDES
AD-247-2000-2
POTENTIOMETER, PROBE & RELAY)
1
1
AD-161-2000-0
CORD, 6FT 208-240 VOLT (NO PLUG)
1
1
AD-161-3000-0
CORD, 6FT 208-240 VOLT (NO PLUG - MODEL 1200)
AD-161-1000-0
CORD, 6FT 120 VOLT (NO PLUG)
AD-265-1000-0
DIVIDER BAR (FOR 1200-IS ONLY)
AD-263-1000-1
DOOR, (NO HARDWARE)
AD-263-2000-1
DOOR, (NO HARDWARE)
AD-263-3000-1
DOOR, (NO HARDWARE)
AD-134-1000-1
DOOR CATCH ONLY (NO HANDLE)
1
1
2
2
AD-134-0000-0
DOOR LATCH COMPLETE W/CATCH
1
1
2
2
AD-280-1000-0
ELEMENT, 1900 WATT 120 VOLT
2
3
N/A
6
AD-280-1000-0
ELEMENT, 1900 WATT 208-240 VOLT
1
2
3
4
AD-305-1000-0
FAN, COOLING MOTOR 120 VOLT
2
2
4
4
AD-305-2000-0
FAN, COOLING MOTOR 208-240 VOLT
2
2
4
4
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
WITTCO
PART NO.
MODEL NUMBER AND QUANTITY REQUIRED
PART DESCRIPTION
750-IS
1000-IS
1200-IS
1400-IS
AD-253-0000-0
FAN SCREEN FOR COOLING MOTOR
2
2
4
4
AD-210-0000-0
FUSE HOLDER
2
2
2
4
AD-207-0000-0
FUSE, 3 AMPS
2
2
2
4
AD-142-750-E
GASKET, DOOR ALUMINUM EXTRUSION
1
AD-142-1000-E
GASKET, DOOR ALUMINUM EXTRUSION
AD-142-1200-E
GASKET, DOOR ALUMINUM EXTRUSION
WP-302
GASKET, DOOR (BLACK) BY THE FT.
8'
11'
21'
21'
AD-142-HT
GASKET, HOT TOP / ORANGE
1
1
1
2
WP-111
HINGE, DOOR (1)
2
2
4
4
2
2
LATCH, SPRING LOADED
AD-310-0000-0
(INCLUDES BOLTS FOR HOT TOP)
4
4
4
8
WP-040
LIGHT, INDICATOR ROUND 125 VOLT
3
3
3
6
AD-226-0000-0
LIGHT, INDICATOR ROUND 250 VOLT
3
3
3
6
AD-416-0000-0
POTENTIOMETERS (SET/2)
1
1
1
2
AD-242-0000-0
POTENTIOMETER KNOBS
2
2
2
4
AD-246-0000-0
PROBE
1
1
1
2
AD-291-5000-0
RACKS, INT. SIDE UPRIGHT
4
AD-291-2000-0
RACKS, INT. SIDE UPRIGHT
AD-291-3000-0
RACKS, INT. SIDE UPRIGHT
WP-305
RACK, SIDE RETAINING BOLTS
4
8
8
8
8
16
16
1
1
1
2
RELAY-120 VOLT
AD-415-2000-0
(SWITCHING CUBE TYPE - CLEAR)
RELAY - 208-240 VOLT
AD-415-1000-0
(SWITCHING CUBE TYPE - SMOKE BLACK)
1
1
1
2
AD-419-0000-0
SECURITY COVER - CLEAR
1
1
1
2
AD-252-0000-0
STRAIN RELIEF AT POWER CORD
1
1
1
2
AD-135-0000-0
SUPPRESSOR (ORANGE)
2
2
2
4
AD-212-0000-0
SWITCH, ON/OFF ROCKER
1
1
1
2
AD-244-0000-0
SWITCH, START PUSH BUTTON
1
1
1
2
AD-206-2000-0
TERMINAL BLOCK, INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION
1
1
1
2
AD-206-1000-0
TERMINAL BLOCK - POWER CONNECT
1
1
1
2
AD-241-1000-0
THERMOSTAT - HI LIMIT
1
1
1
2
AD-251-0000-0
THERMOSTAT FOR COOLING MOTOR
1
1
1
2
MODEL NUMBER AND QUANTITY REQUIRED
WITTCO
PART NO.
PART DESCRIPTION
AD-232-2000-0
750-IS
1000-IS
1200-IS
1400-IS
TIMER-ATC 120 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-232-1000-0
TIMER - ATC 208-240 VOLT
1
1
1
2
AD-235-0000-0
TIMER BUTTONS (SET OF 3)
1
1
1
2
WP-291
TRAY SLIDES(Pr.)
5
8
16
16
AD-267-2000-0
TUNNEL, AIR FLOW
AD-267-3000-0
TUNNEL, AIR FLOW
AD-267-1000-0
TUNNEL, AIR FLOW
750-T-C-IS
OR 208-240 VOLT 1 PHASE
1
2
1
1
CONTROL MODULE (COMPLETE TOP) 120 VOLT
1
CONTROL MODULE (COMPLETE TOP) 120 VOLT
1000-T-C-IS
OR 208-240 VOLT 1 PHASE
2
1
CONTROL MODULE (COMPLETE TOP)
1200-T-C-IS
208-240 VOLT 1 PHASE
1
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