Wells | 6411 | Specifications | Wells 6411 Specifications

WELLS MANUFACTURING COMPANY
2 ERIK CIRCLE, P. O. Box 280
Verdi, NV 89439
Customer Service (775) 345-0444 Ext.502
fax: (775) 345-0569
www.wellsbloomfield.com
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OPERATION MANUAL
Model LLSC-7
Model LLSC-11
WELLS
COUNTERTOP
6411 &
LL–Series
SOUP COOKERS
and
COOK ’N HOLD
WARMERS
Includes
INSTALLATION
USE & CARE
Model LLCH-1220
IMPORTANT: DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
This manual is considered to be part of the appliance and is to be given to the OWNER or
MANAGER of the restaurant, or to the person responsible for TRAINING OPERATORS of
this appliance. Additional manuals are available from your WELLS DEALER.
THIS MANUAL MUST BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD BY ALL PERSONS USING OR
INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE. Contact your WELLS DEALER if you have any
questions concerning installation, operation or maintenance of this equipment.
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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT
Unless otherwise specified, all commercial cooking equipment manufactured by WELLS MFG. CO. is warranted
against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of
one year from the date of original installation or 18 months
from the date of shipment from our factory, whichever
comes first, and is for the benefit of the original purchaser
only.
THIS WARRANTY IS THE COMPLETE AND ONLY WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED IN LAW OR IN FACT,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND/OR FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH
WELLS MFG. CO. PRODUCTS. This warranty is void if it
is determined that, upon inspection by an authorized service
agency, the equipment has been modified, misused, misapplied, improperly installed, or damaged in transit or by fire,
flood or act of God. It also does not apply if the serial nameplate has been removed, or if service is performed by unau-
thorized personnel. The prices charged by Wells Mfg. Co.
for its products are based upon the limitations in this warranty. Seller’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the
repair of defects without charge by a Wells Mfg. Co. factory
authorized service agency or one of its sub-service agencies. This service will be provided on customer’s premises
for non-portable models. Portable models (a device with a
cord and plug) must be taken or shipped to the closest authorized service agency, transportation charges prepaid, for
service. In addition to restrictions contained in this warranty,
specific limitations are shown in the Service Policy and Procedure Guide. Wells Mfg. Co. authorized service agencies
are located in principal cities. This warranty is valid in the
United States and Canada and void elsewhere. Please consult your classified telephone directory, your foodservice
equipment dealer or write the Factory Service Department,
Wells Manufacturing Company, P.O. Box 280, Verdi, Nevada 89439, phone (775) 345-0444 or (888) 492-2782, for
information and other details concerning warranty.
SERVICE POLICY AND PROCEDURE GUIDE
ADDITIONAL WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Resetting of safety thermostats, circuit breakers, over
load protectors, and/or fuse replacements are not
covered by this warranty unless warranted conditions
are the cause.
All problems due to operation at voltages or phase
other than specified on equipment nameplates are
not covered by this warranty.
Conversion to correct voltage and/or phase must be
the customer’s responsibility.
All problems due to electrical connections not made
in accordance with electrical code requirements
and wiring diagrams supplied with the equipment are
not covered by this warranty.
Replacement of items subject to normal wear, to
include such items as knobs, light bulbs; and, normal
maintenance functions including adjustments of
thermostats, adjustment of micro switches and
replacement of fuses and indicating lights are not
covered by warranty.
Damage to electrical cords and/or plug due to exposure
to excessive heat are not covered by this warranty.
Full use, care, and maintenance instructions supplied
with each machine. Noted maintenance and
preventative maintenance items, such as servicing and
cleaning schedules, are customer responsibility. Those
miscellaneous adjustments noted are customer
responsibility. Proper attention to preventative
maintenance and scheduled maintenance procedures
will prolong the life of the appliance.
7. Travel mileage is limited to sixty (60) miles from an
Authorized Service Agency or one of its sub-service
agencies.
8. All labor shall be performed during regular working
hours. Overtime premium will be charged to the buyer.
9. All genuine Wells replacement parts are warranted for
ninety (90) days from date of purchase on nonwarranty equipment. This parts warranty is limited only
to replacement of the defective part(s). Any use of
non-genuine Wells parts completely voids any
warranty.
10. Installation, labor, and job check-outs are not
considered warranty and are thus not covered by this
warranty.
11. Charges incurred by delays, waiting time or operating
restrictions that hinder the service technician’s ability to
perform service are not covered by warranty. This
includes institutional and correctional facilities.
SHIPPING DAMAGE CLAIM PROCEDURE
NOTE: For your protection, please note that equipment in
this shipment was carefully inspected and packaged by
skilled personnel before leaving the factory. Upon acceptance of this shipment, the transportation company assumes
full responsibility for its safe delivery.
IF SHIPMENT ARRIVES DAMAGED:
1. VISIBLE LOSS OR DAMAGE: Be certain that any
visible loss or damage is noted on the freight bill or
express receipt, and that the note of loss or damage is
signed by the delivery person.
2. FILE CLAIM FOR DAMAGE IMMEDIATELY:
Regardless of the extent of the damage.
3.
CONCEALED LOSS OR DAMAGE: if damage is
unnoticed until the merchandise is unpacked, notify the
transportation company or carrier immediately, and file
“CONCEALED DAMAGE” claim with them. This
should be done within fifteen (15) days from the date
the delivery was made to you. Be sure to retain the
container for inspection.
Wells Manufacturing cannot assume liability for damage or
loss incurred in transit. We will, however, at your request,
supply you with the necessary documents to support your
claim.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY
SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES & OPERATING CONTROLS
PRECAUTIONS & GENERAL INFORMATION
AGENCY LISTING INFORMATION
INSTALLATION
OPERATION
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
TROUBLESHOOTING SUGGESTIONS
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
PARTS & SERVICE
CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA
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INTRODUCTION
Thank You for purchasing this Wells Manufacturing Co. appliance.
Proper installation, professional operation and consistent maintenance of this appliance will ensure that it
gives you the very best performance and a long, economical service life.
This manual contains the information needed to properly install this appliance, and to use and care for the
appliance in a manner which will ensure its optimum performance.
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
VOLTS
WATTS
PHASE
POWER CORD
6411
11 QT. ROUND
120
1000
1
4’ NEMA 5-15P
LLSC-7
7 QT. ROUND
120
850
1
4’ NEMA 5-15P
LLSC-11
11 QT. ROUND
120
1100
1
4’ NEMA 5-15P
LLCH-1220
12” x 20” RECTANGULAR
120
1350
1
4’ NEMA 5-15P
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FEATURES & OPERATING CONTROLS
W
LO
A. THERMOSTAT
MED
IU
M
Soup Cooker and Cook ’N Hold Warmers are thermostatically
controlled. Power is applied to the heating element according
to the control knob position and the actual temperature at the
sensing element.
2.
The desired temperature is controlled by rotating the
TEMPERATURE CONTROL KNOB. The knob may have a
printed “arrow” which points to specific functions (e.g. COOK,
HOLD), or to a graphic scale where “wider” corresponds to
higher temperature.
3.
The dial will rotate approximately 300°, and will reach a stop
at both ends. The OFF position is marked.
HIGH
1.
OFF
PREHEAT
KNOB FOR LLSC-7,
LLSC-11 AND 6411 SOUP
COOKERS
B. ADJUSTABLE LEGS
1.
Countertop warmers may be equipped with adjustable legs.
These legs allow for:
a. leveling the warmer
b. ventilation around the warmer, and
c. cleaning under the warmer.
2.
Adjustable legs are available as options. However, if adjustable
legs are supplied with the warmer, the legs MUST be properly
installed before the warmer is placed into operation.
KNOB FOR LLCH-1220
COOK ‘N HOLD WARMERS
MOUNT INTO
THREADED
HOLES IN
WARMER
FRAME
TURN BOTTOM
PORTION TO
ADJUST
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PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
This appliance is intended for use in commercial establishments
only.
Soup Cookers and Cook ‘N Hold Warmers are intended to bring
pre-cooked, frozen food product to serving temperature for
human consumption. No other use is recommended or authorized by
the manufacturer or its agents.
Operators of this appliance must be familiar with the appliance use,
limitations and associated restrictions. Operating instructions must be
read and understood by all persons using or installing this appliance.
Cleanliness of this appliance is essential to good sanitation. Read and
follow all included cleaning instructions and schedules to ensure the
safety of the food product.
Disconnect this appliance from electrical power before performing any
maintenance or servicing.
This appliance is not jet stream approved. Do not direct water jet or
steam jet at this appliance, or at any control panel or wiring. Do not
splash or pour water on, in or over any controls, control panel or
wiring.
Exposed surfaces of this appliance can be hot to the touch and may
cause burns.
The technical content of this manual, including any wiring diagrams,
schematics, parts breakdown illustrations and/or adjustment
procedures, is intended for use by qualified technical personnel.
Any procedure which requires the use of tools must be performed by a
qualified technician.
This manual is considered to be a permanent part of the appliance.
This manual and all supplied instructions, diagrams, schematics, parts
breakdown illustrations, notices and labels must remain with the
appliance if it is sold or moved to another location.
This appliance is made in the USA. Unless otherwise noted, this
appliance has American sizes on all hardware.
WARNING:
Electric
Shock hazard
All servicing requiring access
to non-insulated electrical
components must be
performed by a factory
authorized technician.
DO NOT open any access
panel which requires the use
of tools. Failure to
follow this warning can
result in severe electrical
shock.
CAUTION:
Risk of
Damage
DO NOT connect or
energize this appliance
until all installation
instructions are read and followed. Damage to the
appliance will result if these
instructions are not
followed.
CAUTION:
Hot Surface
Exposed surfaces can be hot
to the touch and may cause
burns.
AGENCY LISTING INFORMATION
Refer to the product nameplate for the specific appliance for agency
listings. In general:
STD 4
This appliance conforms to NSF Standard 4 for sanitation only if
installed in accordance with the supplied Installation Instructions.
UL Listed warmers are
U Listed under UL File E6070.
E6070
UL Listed Warmers
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Except
Model
6411
INSTALLATION
NOTE: DO NOT discard
the carton or other packing
materials until you have
inspected the appliance for
hidden damage and tested it
for proper operation.
Refer to SHIPPING DAMAGE
CLAIM PROCEDURE on the
inside front cover of this
manual.
CAUTION
FIRE HAZARD
Avoid storing flammable or
combustible materials in, on or
near the appliance.
UNPACKING & INSPECTION
Carefully remove the appliance from the carton. Remove all
protective plastic film, packing materials and accessories from the
Appliance before connecting electrical power or otherwise performing
any installation procedure.
Carefully read all instructions in this manual and the Installation
Instruction Sheet packed with the appliance before starting any
installation.
Read and understand all labels and diagrams attached to the
appliance.
Carefully account for all components and accessories before
discarding packing materials. Store all accessories in a convenient
place for later use.
SET-UP NOTES
1.
CAUTION
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK HAZARD
The ground prong of the
electrical cord is part of a
system designed to protect
you from electrical shock. In
the event of internal damage
to the warmer. NEVER CUT
OFF THE GROUND PRONG
(large round prong). NEVER
TWIST AND ELECTRICAL
PRONG TO FIT AN
EXISTING RECEPTACLE.
Contact a licensed electrician
to install an electrical circuit
and/or receptacle appropriate
to the voltage/amperage
requirements of the appliance.
IMPORTANT: Damage due to
being plugged into wrong
voltage is NOT covered by
warranty.
Setup the appliance only on a firm, level, non-combustible
surface. Verify local codes for requirements. Concrete, tile,
terrazzo or metal surfaces are recommended. Metal over
combustible material may not meet code for non-combustible
surfaces.
2. Adjustable legs: LLCH-1220
a. Install one adjustable leg at each corner of the appliance by
screwing the leg into the fitting on the bottom. With a spirit
level, check that the appliance is level front-to-back and
side-to-side. Verify that the unit sits firmly ON ALL FOUR
LEGS.
b. The lower portions of the legs are adjustable by turning;
adjust as required to level the appliance. All four legs must
be adjusted to firmly contact the counter in order to prevent
tipping.
3. Avoid storing flammable or combustible materials in, on or near
the appliance.
ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP
1. Refer to the nameplate. Verify the electrical service power.
Voltage and phase must match the nameplate specifications.
Plugging the warmer into the wrong voltage can severely
damage the unit or cause noticeable decreased performance.
2. Your warmers is equipped with a grounded electrical cord.
This cord must be plugging into a properly grounded electrical
receptacle.
GROUND
PIN
NEMA 5-15P
PLUG
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OPERATION
WET OR DRY OPERATION for SOUP COOKERS
CAUTION:
1.
Carefully read the description of the Soup Cooker operation on
the specification sheet.
2.
a. Most Soup Cookers are designed for WET OR DRY
operation.
b. Soup Cookers may be used wet, or may be used dry.
However Soup Cookers and Cook ‘N Hold Warmers may
NOT be used wet-to-dry or dry-to-wet unless they have
been allowed to cool to room temperature between the
change in wet or dry operation.
c. Wells Manufacturing recommends operating WET for
consistent food heating.
d. If your wet-operation Soup Cookers is allowed to run dry,
turn it OFF and allow to cool to room temperature before
adding water.
3.
4.
If the unit is to be used for WET operation, add approximately
1” of hot tap water before turning the warmer ON. Use of hot
water will allow a faster preheat.
a. Check the water level frequently and add hot water as
necessary to prevent the unit from running dry. Do not
add water to the unit if it has run dry.
b. If your wet-operation unit is allowed to run dry, turn it
OFF and allow to cool to room temperature before adding
water.
Damage caused by allowing a wet-operation unit to run dry, is
NOT covered by warranty. Damage caused by adding water to
a dry unit when hot is NOT covered by warranty.
OPERATION FOR SOUP COOKERS
1.
Turn control knob to COOK. Allow Soup Cooker to PREHEAT
(see page 6 for recommended preheat time)
2.
Set inset with food product into Soup Cooker. Follow soup
manufacturer’s instructions until soup cooks. Stir occasionally.
3.
Set the control for the desired HOLD temperature. Be sure to
keep the soup cooker covered during preheat and operation.
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Hot Surface
Exposed surfaces can be hot
to the touch and may cause
burns.
CAUTION:
Electrical Shock
Hazard
DO NOT splash or pour water
onto control panel or wiring.
Always use an inset.
DO NOT place food directly
into the warmer.
Always pour hot water into the
warmer before it is
preheated. DO NOT pour
water into a dry, heated
warmer. This may damage
the unit.
DO NOT put ice into a
warmer pan. This will cause
condensation on the inside of
the warmer. Damage caused
by condensation is NOT
covered by warranty.
Stir thick food items frequently
to keep food heated uniformly.
Keep insets covered to
maintain food quality and
temperature.
OPERATION (continued)
PREHEAT FOR COOK ‘N HOLD WARMER
CAUTION:
1.
Place desired pan(s) or inset(s) with appropriate adapter top on
warmer.
a. Insets are available as accessories in 2½ qt., 4qt., 7 qt.,
and 11 qt. sizes with lids and adapter tops.
2. Turn temperature control to HI or highest temperature setting.
3. Allow warmer to preheat for recommended time (see
chart below), then set the control for the desired temperature.
Be sure to keep the warmer covered during preheat and
operation.
Hot Surface
Exposed surfaces can be hot
to the touch and may cause
burns.
CAUTION:
Electrical Shock
Hazard
DO NOT splash or pour water
onto control panel or wiring.
WET OPERATION ONLY for COOK ‘N HOLD WARMERS (LLCH-1220)
1.
Carefully read the description of the warmer operation on the
specification sheet.
2.
The warmer is to be used for WET operation ONLY. Add
approximately 1” of hot tap water before turning the warmer
ON. Use of hot water will allow a faster preheat.
a. Check the water level frequently and add hot water as
necessary to prevent the warmer from running dry.
b. Do not add water to the warmer if it has run dry.
c. If your warmer is allowed to run dry, turn it OFF and allow
to cool to room temperature before adding water.
3.
Damage caused by allowing this warmer to run dry, in NOT
covered by warranty. Damage caused by adding water to a dry
warmer when hot is NOT covered by warranty.
Always use an inset.
DO NOT place food directly
into the warmer.
Always pour hot water into the
warmer before it is
preheated. DO NOT pour
water into a dry, heated
warmer. This may damage
the unit.
DO NOT put ice into a
warmer pan. This will cause
condensation on the inside of
the warmer. Damage caused
by condensation is NOT
covered by warranty.
OPERATION FOR COOK ‘N HOLD WARMERS
1.
Stir thick food items frequently
to keep food heated uniformly.
Keep insets covered to
maintain food quality and
temperature.
Always use an inset. DO NOT place food directly into the
warmer.
2. Check water level in wet-operation warmer frequently during
use. Running warmers dry will lower the temperature of the
food in the insert pan, and may damage the warmer.
3. Alternating between wet and dry operation in any individual
warmer is NOT recommended.
4. DO NOT use metal tools, steel wool, or caustic or abrasive
cleanser to clean warmer pan.
5. Turn control to “COOK” until food is at desired temperature.
6. Turn control to “HOLD” to maintain food at desired
temperature.
7. Stir this food occasionally to maintain consistency.
ESTIMATED PREHEAT TIME BY MODEL
PREHEAT TIME
WET
DRY
MODEL
CAPACITY
WELL MATERIAL
6411
11 QT. INSET
STAINLESS STEEL
10 min.
10 min.
LLSC-7
7 QT INSET
ANODIZED ALUMINUM
10 min.
10 min.
LLSC-11
11 QT INSET
ANODIZED ALUMINUM
10 min.
10 min.
LLCH-1220
12” x 20” x 6” Pan
STAINLESS STEEL
30 min.
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CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION:
DAILY CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
PREPARATIONS: Turn control knob(s) to OFF. Unplug the warmer.
Allow warmer to cool before proceeding.
Remove any insets, pans and/or adapter tops ( if
used). Remove water from well if used for
wet operation.
FREQUENCY:
Minimum - daily.
TOOLS:
Mild Detergent
Solution: 10 Parts Warm Water to 4 Parts Vinegar
Plastic Scouring Pad
Clean Cloth or Sponge
1. Wipe entire unit down using a clean cloth or sponge and mild
detergent.
2.
Use a plastic scouring pad to remove any hardened food particles
or mineral deposits. IMPORTANT: DO NOT use steel wool for
cleaning.
3.
Rinse warmer thoroughly with a vinegar and water solution to
neutralize all detergent cleanser residue.
4.
Inspect warmer tank for damage. Damage to the outer body may
allow grease and water to leak into insulation and heating element,
causing a potential fire and/or electric shock hazard. Contact your
Authorized Wells Service Agency to inspect warmer if water or
grease contamination is suspected.
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ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD
Do NOT splash or pour water
into or over any control panel
or wiring.
CAUTION:
ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD
Disconnect warmer from
electric power before cleaning
CAUTION:
BURN HAZARD
Allow warmer to cool
completely before cleaning.
CAUTION:
ELECTRIC SHOCK
HAZARD
DO NOT submerge warmer
in water.
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
WEEKLY CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
for LLCH-1220 & 6411
FIRST AID
EYES: In case of contact,
immediately flush with warm
water for 15 minutes and
consult a physician
SKIN: Wash with soap and
water
INHALATION: Relocate to
fresh air.
INGESTION: If swallowed,
drink plenty of water or milk
and consult a physician
PREPARATIONS: Remove any insets, pans and/or adapter tops ( if
used). Drain or remove water from well if used for
wet operation.
FREQUENCY:
Weekly, or whenever lime or scale is seen
accumulating on the sides of the warmer pans.
TOOLS:
Wells Delime Cleaner (1 package per pan)
Plastic Scouring Pad
Clean Cloth or Sponge
1. Add water to pans until water is at normal operating level
(1” - 1 1/2” deep) or covers accumulated scale.
2. Heat water to maximum temperature (190ºF or higher).
EMERGENCY PHONE (800)
255-3924
3. Pour contents of one package into each warmer pan. Stir to
dissolve cleaner. Turn heat control OFF. Cover pans.
INGREDIENTS
Sulfamic acid, citric acid,
aluminum sulfate. Non-toxic
when used as directed.
4. Allow solution to soak at least one hour, or overnight for heavy
scale buildup.
5. Drain hot water from pans. Scrub with a plastic scouring pad.
Rinse thoroughly with hot water, then dry.
6. Refill pans with hot tap water and resume operation.
7. Heavy scale buildup may require additional treatments.
NOTE: DELIMER IS NOT APPROVED FOR USE ON
ALUMINUM POTS
See Daily Cleaning Instructions for LLSC-7 and LLSC-11
on page 10
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TROUBLE SHOOTING SUGGESTIONS
SYMPTOM
No power to warmer
Warmer will not heat
Warmer trips circuit breaker
Warmer slow to heat
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Circuit breaker off or tripped
Reset circuit breaker
Unit not plugged in
Make sure unit is plugged in to
power receptacle
Temperature control not set
Set control to desired
temperature
Internal damage
Contact you Authorized Wells
Service Agency for repairs
Wet insulation
Verify flange-to counter seal is
sound, or reseal with food-grade
silicone sealant
Pan leaking or other internal
damage
Contact your Authorized Wells
Service Agency for repairs
Internal damage
Contact your Authorized Wells
Service Agency for repairs
Mineral deposits on pan acting as Clean pan(s) with Wells Delime
a insulator
Cleaner
Connected to wrong voltage
Verify supply voltage - must
match voltage on warmer
nameplate
There are no user-serviceable
components in the appliance
cabinet. In all instances of
damage or malfunction, contact
your Authorized Wells Service
Agency for repairs.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
CARE OF ANODIZED ALUMINUM
(LLSC-7 & LLSC-11)
The well in your Wells Warmer or Soup Cooker is constructed of high quality anodized
aluminum. As long as the anodized surface layer is intact, the equipment will not corrode.
The anodized surface can be damaged by mechanical abrasion, hard water deposits and
chlorine:
1. NEVER use steel wool, wire brushes or metal scrapers to clean the warmer. These will
damages the anodized surface of the well. Metal scrub pads SHOULD NOT be used
on anodized aluminum.
2. Hard water deposits left behind when water is evaporated will attack the anodized
surface and allow the well to corrode.
3. Chlorides from chlorinated cleansers, calcium/lime/rust removes (e.g. muriatic acid),
even heavily chlorinated city water will attack the anodized surface and allow the well to
corrode.
4. DO NOT use any highly caustic cleaners on the warmers. Use of highly caustic cleaners
will attack the anodized surface and allow the well to corrode.
5. LIMIT USE of strong caustic cleaners on warmers. Rinse thoroughly with a vinegar and
water solution to neutralize any residue. Failure to do so may cause damage to the
anodized surface and allow the well to corrode.
6. Cleansers containing ammonia will attack the anodized surface and allow the well to
corrode.
Use the proper tool in the proper way to clean you Wells warmer:
1. Soft cloth and plastic scouring pads are safe to use on anodized aluminum. Scrub only
in the direction of the grain lines.
2. Do not use a circular motion.
Use only non-chlorine and non-ammonia cleansers:
1. DO NOT use any cleanser listed as “chlorinated”.
2. DO NOT use any cleanser listing “ammonia” or “ammonium” in its contents.
3. Contact your cleaning materials supplier for cleansers suitable for aluminum.
Keep you Wells warmer clean. Clean frequently to avoid build-up of hard, stubborn stains and
hard-to-remove deposits:
1. Rinse thoroughly with a vinegar and water solution to neutralize any residue.
2. For discoloration caused by using the warmer in DRY operation, use a cleaner made
specifically for anodized aluminum.
3. Wipe dry with a soft, clean dry cloth.
4. Restore the surface by using a polishing product specifically made for aluminum after
each cleaning.
Recommendation: A water softening device or a cartridge-type filtration device may be used to
minimize lime build-up.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
CARE OF STAINLESS STEEL
(6411 & LLCH-1220)
Stainless steel is a marvelous material: strong, lustrous and low maintenance. With a minimum
of care, it will normally retain its beauty and durability for the life of the equipment. In some
applications, however, special care is required in order to maintain stainless steel’s special properties.
External components, such as cabinets and control panels, are finished with a grain pattern.
This pleasing finish is best maintained by cleaning with a non-abrasive
cleanser applied with
a soft cloth. Rub only in the direction of the grain. In the absence of visible grain, rub only along
the longest axis of the appliance.
Restore stainless steel’s luster by applying a polish specifically made for stainless steel. Spray
on, wipe off with a soft cloth, rubbing in the direction of the grain.
Never use metal implements, wire brushes, abrasive scratch pads or steel wool to
clean stainless steel.
Warmer pans, insets and other vessels are subject to a harsher environment. Wells Manufacturing uses an very high quality stainless steel (#304DDQ) for our food warmer pans. Even the
highest quality stainless steel, however, is mostly iron, and will rust, pit and corrode under the
following conditions:
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•
Poor Water Quality: Hard water (water with a high content of dissolved minerals) will leave
mineral deposits when allowed to dry. Calcium (lime) can buildup on heated surfaces, even
under water. If left unattended, hard water spots and lime buildup can lead to rusting, corrosion and pitting.
Contact with Chlorides: Chlorides (specific compounds of chlorine) are found in food, table salt and many cleansers. Chlorides can attack the surface of stainless steel, resulting in
corrosion and pitting.
Keep your stainless steel warmers clean and free from calcium buildup.
Use alkaline, alkaline chlorinated or non-chloride cleanser.
Use citric acid-based cleaners to remove calcium deposits.
For additional information, please read the NAFEM Stainless Steel Equipment and Cleaning
Guide. Contact NAFEM at :
North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers
401 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611-4267
(312) 644-6610
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PARTS & SERVICE
Always use an inset.
DO NOT place food directly
into the warmer pan.
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
INSETS
2½ QT. ROUND INSET w/ lid
20773
4 QT. ROUND INSET w/ lid
20774
7 QT. ROUND INSET w/ lid
20587
11 QT. ROUND INSET w/ lid
20908
11 QT. ROUND INSET w/ hinged lid
21057
ADAPTER TOPS FOR LLSC-11
ONE 7 QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP
20175
ONE 4 QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP
20822
ADAPTER TOPS FOR LLCH-1220
ONE 7 QT. AND ONE 4 QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP
21618
TWO 7 QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP
21502
TWO 4 QT. AND TWO 2½ QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP 21503
THREE 4 QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP
21616
FOUR 2½ QT. INSET ADAPTER TOP
21623
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PARTS & SERVICE (continued)
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
ACCESSORIES
6 oz. SOUP LADLE
21764
LEGS FOR LLCH-1220
LEGS, 1/2” Plastic Adjustable, set of 4
50676
LEGS, 1” Plastic Adjustable, set of 4
21109
LEGS, 2” Plastic Adjustable, set of 4
20605
LEGS, 4” Plastic Adjustable, set of 4
20314
LEGS, 4” Nickel Plated Alloy, Adjustable, set of 4
20563
CLEANERS
DELIME CLEANER (Case of 24 7 oz. packets)
22838
IMPORTANT: Use only
factory authorized service
parts and replacement
filters.
For factory authorized
service, or to order factory
authorized replacement
parts, contact your Wells
authorized service agency,
or call:
Wells Manufacturing Co.
2 Erik Circle
P. O. Box 280
Verdi, NV 89439
phone: (775) 345-0444
fax:
(888) 492-2783
(Service Parts Dept.)
Service Parts Department
can supply you with the
name and telephone
number of the WELLS
AUTHORIZED SERVICE
AGENCY nearest you.
CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA
please have this information available if calling for service
RESTAURANT _____________________________ LOCATION _____________
INSTALLATION DATE ________________________ TECHNICIAN ___________
SERVICE COMPANY ________________________________________________
ADDRESS ___________________________ STATE ______ ZIP__________
TELEPHONE NUMBER (_____)_____-_________
EQUIPMENT MODEL NO. _______________
EQUIPMENT SERIAL NO. _______________
VOLTAGE: (check one)
120
208
13
240
Wells Manufacturing proudly supports CFESA
Commercial Food Equipment Service Association
WELLS MANUFACTURING COMPANY
DIVISION OF CARRIER REFRIGERATION
2 ERIK CIRCLE, P. O. Box 280
Verdi, NV 89439
Customer Service (775) 345-0444 Ext.502
fax: (775) 345-0569
www.wellsbloomfield.com
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