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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

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ELECTRIC CONVECTION OVENS

Models: COB-EandCOM-E

INTENDED FOR OTHER THAN HOUSEHOLD USE

RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

OVEN MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF COMBUSTIBLES AT ALL TIMES

!

FORYOURSAFETY:Donotstoreorusegasolineorotherflammablevaporsand

!

liquidsinthevicinityofthisoranyotherappliance.

WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance

! cancausepropertydamage,injuryordeath.ReadtheInstallation,Operatingand! MaintenanceInstructionsthoroughlybeforeinstallingorservicingthisequipment.

WARNING: Initial heating of oven may generate smoke or fumes and must be

! done in awell-ventilatedarea. Overexposure to smoke or fumes may cause! nauseaordizziness.

This equipment has been engineered to provide you with year round dependable service when used according to the instructions in this manual and standard commercial kitchen practices.

 

 

 

Form # 8898450 7/07

Phone:

(864)

963-3471

 

Fax:

(864)

963-5316

 

Toll Free: (800)

927-6887

BKI Worldwide Headquarters

Website: www.bkideas.com

PO Box 80400

E-mail:

customerservice@bkideas.com

Simpsonville, SC 29680-0400USA

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INDEX

 

 

 

I. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

SECTION

ITEM

PAGE

 

 

 

 

 

3.

Cook & Hold

6

SECTION

ITEM

PAGE

 

4.

Steam Injection (Optional)

6

A

Receiving

2

 

5.

Oven Cool Down

6

B

Set-up/Mounting

2

 

C

Cleaning

7

C

Installation with Casters

3

D

Servicing

8

D

Location & Minimum Clearances

3

 

1.

Stacking Instructions

9

E

Electrical Connections

4

 

2.

LegAssembly Instructions

10

F

Flue Connection Ventilation

4

E

Wiring Diagrams

11

G

Initial Cleaning

4

 

1.

Single Phase 208V or 240V

 

H

System Check - Rotary Controls

5

 

2.

Wiring Diagram (Dial Control)

11

 

 

 

 

 

Three Phase 208V or 240V

 

 

II. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

 

 

3.

Wiring Diagram (Dial Control)

12

 

 

 

 

 

Single Phase 208V or 240V

 

SECTION

ITEM

PAGE

 

 

Wiring Diagram (CH-100Control)

13

 

4.

Three Phase 208V or 240V

 

A

General Instructions

5

 

 

 

 

Wiring Diagram (CH-100Control)

13

B

Operation Sequence For Rotary Controls

5

 

 

F

Parts List w/Exploded View

14

 

1.

Cook Only

5

 

 

Warranty

16

 

2.

Timed Cooking

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

I. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

A. RECEIVING

Read the notice on the outside carton regarding damage in transit. Damage discovered after opening the carton is “CONCEALED DAMAGE.” Carrier must be notified immediately to send an inspector and to furnishformsforclaimsagainstthecarrier.

Whentheovenarrives,itshouldconsistof:

!Acrateorcartoncontainingyournewoven(twoforastackedunit).

!A carton containing four 31” legs with mounting hardware (set of four 6” legs is supplied for stacked installations).

!A carton containing a Flue Adapter and a Draft Hood. Optional: for Direct Venting (Not available for EuropeanCommunityCountries).

B. SETUP/MOUNTING:

NOTE:

Thisappliancemustbeinstalledbycompetentpersonnelinaccordancewiththerulesinforce.

Yourovenwillbepackedsittingonitsbottom.Theskidmaybeleftundertheovenforconvenienceinfurther handling.Unpackcarefully,avoidingdamagetotheStainlessSteelfrontand/ortrim.Ifconcealeddamage isfound,followtheinstructionsdetailedinSectionA(Receiving).Keeptheareaaroundtheovensfreeand clear of combustible materials. Do not store any materials on top of or under any oven. The provision of adequateairsupplytoyourovenforventilationisessential.Asaminimum,observetheclearancesdetailed in Section D (Location). Provide adequate ventilation and make up air in accordance with local codes. Servicing your oven is done through the front control panel and right side access cover. Ensure that these areasarekeptunobstructedforeasyaccess.

Forasingleunit:RefertoFigure4

(1) Tilt Oven over to left-handside and attach two 31” legs on theright-handside with four3/8-16”bolts andwashers.Tightenfirmly.

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(2) Using proper lifting equipment, lift up the left-handside and attach two 31” legs on theleft-handsidethesameway.

Forastackoftwoovens:RefertoFigure3

(1)Removeflue fromtopovenandreplacewithflue-adaptorsuppliedinthestackingkit.

(2)Tilt lower unit over to the left side and position two 6" legs on the right side (one for front and one forback),secureinplacebyusing4bolts(3/8-16)perleg.Tightenfirmly.

(3)Using proper lifting equipment, lift up the left side of the unit and attach the other two legs in the sameway.

(4)Using the lifting equipment, raise the top oven to proper height and slide onto top of the bottom oven. Line up sides and front and fasten to each other at the rear of the units by using a mountingbracketsuppliedin thestackingkit.

Toassembleanopenrackstand:RefertoFigure2

(1)Loosen12bolts(attaching31”legs)slightly.

(2)Remove 4 inner bolts, 1 from each of the 4 legs, place top right angle and top left angle underneathandtightenthese4bolts.

(3)Insert“OpenRackShelf”andtightenintoplacewitheight3/8-16screws,washersandnuts.

(4)Position “Rack Supports” and tighten in place using 4 each of flat washers and 5/16-18Hex Nuts.

C.INSTALLATIONWITHCASTERS(OPTIONAL):

Fourcasters(twowithwheelbrakes)andthemountinghardwarearepackedandincludedintheshipment if ordered. Install casters with wheel brakes on the front of the unit. Installation must conform to UL 197: Electrical Supply Connections For Permanently ConnectedAppliances. It requires that permanently connected appliances with casters be provided with a means for securing the appliance to the building structuretolimitthemovementoftheappliance.

OvenRestraint:Whencastersareinstalledoneitherasingleordoubleunit,afixedrestraintmustbeused tolimitthemovementoftheappliancewithoutdependingonortransmittingstresstotheelectricalconduit. The restraint (aheavy-gaugecable) should be attached to the rear legs of the oven on which casters are mounted.Ifdisconnectionoftherestraintisnecessary,therestraintmustbereconnectedaftertheovenhas beenrepositionedinitspermanentlocation.Theapplianceshallbeinstalledusingflexibleconduit.

D. LOCATIONANDMINIMUMCLEARANCES:

Movetheoventoitsfinallocationkeepingtheminimumclearancefromthebackoftheoventothewall.This clearanceisnecessaryforsafeoperationandtoprovideproperairflow.

MINIMUMCLEARANCESFROMCOMBUSTIBLEANDNONCOMBUSTIBLECONSTRUCTION

 

UnderVentilationHood

RIGHTWALL

1”

LEFTWALL

1”

 

REARWALL

3”

!

Suitable for installation on combustible floor when installed with legs or casters

!

provided.

 

 

 

!

CAUTION:Donotsettheovenwithitsbackflatagainstthewall.Itwillnotoperate

!

properlyunlessthereisatleastthreeinchesbreathingspacebehindtheoven

 

 

 

!

NOTICE: Local codes regarding installation vary greatly from one area to another.

 

The National Fire Protection Association, Inc., states in it’s NFPA 96 latest edition

!

thatlocalcodesare“authorityhavingjurisdiction”whenitcomestorequirementsfor

 

installationofequipment.Therefore,installationsshouldcomplywithalllocalcodes.

 

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E. ELECTRICALCONNECTION:

Install according to the spacing requirements listed in the installation section of this manual. We strongly recommendhavingacompetentprofessionalinstallthisequipment.Alicensedelectricianshouldmakethe electricalconnectionsandconnectpowertotheunit.Localcodesshouldalwaysbeusedwhenconnecting theseunitstoelectricalpower.Intheabsenceoflocalcodes,usethelatestversionoftheNationalElectrical Code.

Note:ForsupplyconnectionsuseNo.6AWGwiressuitableforatleast90°C.

The oven, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes and/or the latest edition of the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70 in the USA (Canadian Electrical Code CSA StandardC22.1,Part1inCanada).

In Europe, the appliance must be connected by an earthen cable to all other units in the complete installation and, thence, to an independent earth connection in compliance with EN 60335-1and/or local codes.

Electrical power is to be supplied to the oven(s) by means of hard wiring, which is to be performed by a qualifiedlicensedelectrician.

a)Adequate means must be provided to limit the movement of the appliance without depending on ortransmittingstresstotheelectricalconduit.

b)Thelocation(s)whererestrainingmeansaretobeattachedtotheapplianceshallbespecified.

c)Theapplianceshallbeinstalledusingflexibleconduit.

COB-E,COM-E

Model

KW

Voltage

Phase

 

Amps

 

 

Motor-50hz

Motor-60hz

Line 1

Line 2

Line 3

N

RPM

RPM

RPM

RPM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Low)

(High)

(Low)

(High)

 

10.5

208

1

48

48

-

-

725

1425

850

1725

COB-E,COM-E

10.5

208

3

30

30

28

-

725

1425

850

1725

10.5

220-240

1

44

44

-

-

725

1425

850

1725

 

10.5

220-240

3

26

26

24

-

725

1425

850

1725

Each oven requires separate electrical connections!

Normalfactoryconnectionsaremadefor208V.A.C.or208/240V.A.C.,60hz.

This unit is provided with a permanently lubricated electric motor. A wiring diagram may be found on the backoftheservicepanelontheright-handsideandalsointhismanual.

F. FLUECONNECTION VENTILATION:

Installationunderventilationhood(standard):

Localinspectorsandventilationspecialistsshouldbeconsultedsothatthedesignandtheinstallationofthe hoodconformtolocal/municipalcodes.IntheU.K.,followventilationrequirementsasdetailedinB.S.5440.

NOTE: DO NOT PUTADAMPER IN THE FLUEAND DO NOT CONNECTABLOWER DIRECTLY TO THEFLUE.

Ifthefluerunsdirectlytothefreeairoutsidethebuilding,useawinddeflectororaULlistedventcapatthe endofthepipe.Terminationoftheventmustbeatleasttwofeetabovethehighestpartoftheroofwithinten feet. REF:AGACATALOGNO.Xh0474.

G. INITIALCLEANING:

Always clean equipment thoroughly before first use. Clean the protective oil from the metal parts and interiorofbakingchamberwithasolutionofwashingsodaortheothergreasedissolvingmaterial.

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H.SYSTEMCHECK-ROTARYCONTROL(standard):

(1)Opentheovendoor.

(2)Turn Selector Switch to “HI.” The green indicator light near Selector Switch and oven light will illuminate.

(3)Closethedoor.Ovenlightswillgooffandfanwillrun.Makesurefanisrotatingclockwiselooking fromfront.

(4)PressOvenLightswitch.Ovenlightwillgoonandwillgooffasswitchisreleased.

(5)Turn the thermostat knob. The amber indicator light near the thermostat will illuminate and the heatingelementswillcomeon.

(6)Turn the timer knob past 10 minutes and back to 2 minutes.At the end of 2 minutes the buzzer will sound. Reset by turning to “0.”All settings below 10 minutes require turning past 10 minutes andthenbacktothetimerequired.

(7)Opentheovendoors.Ovenlightswillgoonandelementsandfanwillgooff.

(8)TurnSelectorSwitchto“CoolDown”position.Thefanwillruntocooldowntheoven.

(9)TurnSelectorSwitchto“0”position.

(10)Closetheovendoors.

NOTE:WITHTHEDOORSCLOSED,THEPOWERSWITCH“ON”ANDTHESELECTORSWITCHISIN ANY POSITION OTHER THAN “0”, THE OVEN WILL START HEATING AS SOON AS THE SET TEMPERATUREISHIGHERTHANTHEOVENTEMPERATURE.

THERMOSTAT INDICATOR LIGHT GOES OUT WHEN OVEN REACHES SET TEMPERATURE AND COMESONWHENOVENISHEATINGUP.

INTHEEVENTOFPOWERFAILURE,THEOVENWILLNOTOPERATE.

!

PROGRAMMING MENUS: See Operating/Programming Instruction Booklet for

!

ProgrammableOvenControlwiththisoption.

II.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

A.GENERALINSTRUCTIONS:

(1)ThisequipmenthasanElectronicTemperatureControl.

(2)Due to increased efficiency of this oven, the temperature of standard recipes may be reduced 50°F(30°C).

(3)Always load each shelf evenly. Space pans away from each other and from sides and back of oventoallowmaximumairflowbetweenthem.

(4)Large tempered glass windows and interior lights allow a close check on the product making it unnecessary to frequently open the doors. Products cook faster in a convection oven as

compared to a conventional oven. Depending on the product and the type of pans used, time savingmayrunfrom20percenttoashighas50percent.

B.OPERATIONSEQUENCE ROTARYCONTROL:

Cookonly rotarycontrol:

(1)Closetheovendoors.

(2)Turn Selector Switch to “HI” or “LO” position. The indicator light near the Selector Switch will be illuminated.

(3)Turnthethermostatknobtothedesiredcookingtemperature.

(4)Uponreachingthesettemperature,theindicatorlightnearthethermostatwillgoout.

(5)Loadtheovenwithproducttobecooked.

(6)Removetheproductfromtheovenwhendone.

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Timedcooking rotarycontrol:

(1)Closetheovendoors.

(2)Turn Selector Switch to “HI” or “LO” position. The indicator light near the Selector Switch will be illuminated.

(3)Turnthethermostatknobtothedesiredcookingtemperature.

(4)Uponreachingthesettemperature,theindicatorlightnearthethermostatwillgoout.

(5)Loadtheovenwithproducttobecooked.

(6)Turnthetimerknobtothedesiredbaketimeandtimerwillstartcountingdown.

(7)Whentimerreacheszero,abuzzerwillsound.

(8)Turnthetimerknobto“O”position.

(9)Removetheproductfromtheoven.

NOTE:TIMERDOESNOTCONTROLTHEOVEN.

CookandHold RotaryControl:

(1)Closetheovendoors.

(2)Turn Selector Switch to “HI” or “LO” position. The indicator light near the Selector Switch will be illuminated.

(3)Turnthethermostatknobtothedesiredcookingtemperature.

(4)Uponreachingthesettemperature,theindicatorlightnearthethermostatwillgoout.

(5)Loadtheovenwithproducttobecooked.

(6)Turnthetimerknobtothedesiredbaketimeandtimerwillstartcountingdown.

(7)Whentimerreacheszero,abuzzerwillsound.

(8)TurntheTimerknobto“O”position.

(9)Turnthethermostatknobtothedesiredholdtemperature.

(10)Removetheproductfromtheovenwhendone.

Optionalsteaminjection Rotarycontrol:

The solenoid valve for steam injection is mounted behind the service panel on the right-handside of the unit.The electronic timer is preset at the factory. A¼” copper tubing is provided on the Solenoid Valve for waterhookupwithacompressionfitting.Afterthewaterhookupismade,makesurethattherearenoleaks. Forsteaminjection,presstheSteamswitchmomentarily.

NOTE: DO NOT USE STEAM INJECTION AT TEMPERATURES BELOW 275°F (135°C).

Oven cool down Rotary control:

Tocooldowntheoventoalowerdesiredtemperature,followthestepsdetailedbelow.

(1)Opentheovendoors.

(2)Turn Selector Switch to “oven cool down” position. Fan will now operate and cool down the oven.

(3)When the oven has cooled down to the desired temperature, turn the Selector Switch to “O” position.Closeovendoors.

IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

Please complete this information and retain this manual for the life of the equipment. For WarrantyServiceand/orParts,thisinformationisrequired.

ModelNumber

SerialNumber

DatePurchased

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CLEANING

Always clean equipment thoroughly before first use. Clean unit daily.

WARNING: To avoid any injury, turn the power switch off at the fuse disconnect switch/circuit

! breaker or unplug the unit from the power source and allow to cool completely before performing! anymaintenanceorcleaning.

WARNING:Unitisnotwaterproof.Toavoidelectricalshockorpersonalinjury,DONOTsubmerge

! inwater.DONOToperateifithasbeensubmergedinwater.DONOTcleantheunitwithawaterjet.! DONOTsteamcleanoruseexcessivewaterontheunit.

CAUTION: Use mild detergent or soap solution for best results. Abrasive cleaners could scratch the finish of your unit, marring it’s appearance and making it susceptible to dirt accumulation.DO

! NOTuseabrasivecleanersorcleaners/sanitizerscontainingchlorine,iodine,ammoniaorbromine! chemicals asthesewill deteriorate thestainless steeland glassmaterial andshorten thelifeofthe unit.Usenylonscouringpads.DONOTusesteelwool.

OVEN INTERIOR:

CleanTheRacksAndRackSupportGuides:

Open the doors and remove all wire racks and rack support guides. Take them to the sink and thoroughly cleaninwarmwaterwithmilddetergentorsoap.Useanylonscouringpadorstiffnylonbrush.

DONOTUSESTEELWOOL.

CleanTheStainlessSteelInterior:

Bakedonsplatter,oil,greaseordiscolorationonthestainlesssteelinsideoftheovenmayberemovedwith stainless steel cleaner, or any other similar cleaning agent. NEVER use vinegar or any corrosive cleaner. Use only cleaners approved for stainless steel.NEVER use cleaning solvents with a hydrocarbon base.NEVERuseawirebrush,steelorabrasivescouringpads,scraper,fileorothersteeltools.

NOTE:ALWAYSRUBTHESTAINLESSSTEELALONGTHEGRAINS.

CleanTheBlowerWheel:

To clean the blower wheel, remove and immerse in ammoniated water for 20 to 25 minutes.Then, scrub it off with a small, stiff brush. The same procedure can be followed for wire racks and rack supports. To remove the blower wheel, loosen the set screws (2) on the hub of the blower wheel and tighten the 3/8” wheelpullerbolt(supplied)incenterofhub(SeeFig.1).

CleanThePorcelainInterior:

Porcelain enamel interiors are designed to be as maintenance free as possible. However, for best results, theovenshouldbecleanedregularly.Enameledinteriorscanbeeasilycleanedwithovencleaners.KEEP

CLEANING FLUIDS AWAY FROM ELECTRICAL WIRES, LIGHT SOCKETS, SWITCHES AND CONTROLPANEL.

OVEN EXTERIOR:

CleanTheExteriorStainlessSteel:

Toremovenormaldirtorproductresiduefromstainlesssteel,useordinarysoapandwater(withorwithout detergent)appliedwithaspongeorcloth.Drythoroughlywithacleancloth.Neverusevinegarorcorrosive cleaner.Donotusechorinebasedcleaners.

To remove grease and food splatter or condensed vapors that have baked on the equipment, apply cleanerstoadampclothorspongeandrubcleanseronthemetalinthedirectionofthepolishedlinesonthe metal. Rubbing cleanser as gently as possible in the direction of the polished lines will not mar the finish of thestainlesssteel.Toremovediscoloration,useanon-abrasivecleaner.NEVERuseawirebrush,steelorabrasivescouringpads,scraper,fileorothersteeltools.NEVERRUBWITHACIRCULARMOTION.

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Figure 1

Cleaning The Blower Wheel

Blower Wheel

Set Screws (2)

Wheel Puller Bolt 3/8”-Hex

Motor

D.SERVICING:

NOTE:THISAPPLIANCEMUSTBESERVICEDBYANAUTHORIZEDSERVICEAGENT.

(1)Powersupplytotheunitmustbedisconnectedbeforeanyserviceisperformed.

(2)Mostoftheserviceontheunitcanbeperformedfromthefrontand/orcontrolpanelside.

(3)Forproperservicing,accesstothecontrolpanelsideoftheunitwillberequired.

(4)It will be necessary to have access to the back of the oven for service needs related to the electricpowersupply.

(5)A system wiring diagram is provided in this manual and on the back of the service panel on the rightsideoftheoven.

(6)Allservicingshouldbeperformedbyafactory-authorizedtechnicianonly.

(7)For proper maintenance and repairs, call the factory toll free (800-972-6887)for an authorized serviceagencyinyourarea.

 

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WARNING: RISK OF FIRE. When stacked two high maximum, use stacking kit

!

 

 

part #E3771A only.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

!

CAUTION: This product, when stacked, has more than onepower-supply

!

 

 

connectionpoint.Disconnectallpowersuppliesbeforeservicing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 2

OPEN RACK STAND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS: COB-E&COM-E

 

 

770504

 

Oven Base

Lock Nut 1/4-20(12)

 

 

 

 

8507600

 

 

 

Washer, Flat 1/4" (12)

 

 

 

8205500

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screw, 1/4-20X ½ (12)

 

 

 

21818222

 

21816807

 

 

Support, Lt Open Rack (2)

Support, Wire Rack (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

770504 Lock Nut 1/4-20(12)

21818234 Undershelf, Gas Oven (1)

Open Style Support Leg

8205500 Screw, 1/4-20X ½ (12)

Assembly Instructions

1:Place undershelf between legs & secure with ¼-20UNC screw, flat washer & locknut.The holes for mounting the wire racks should be toward the front of the oven.

2:Place open rack supports between legs and secure with ¼-20UNC screw, flat washer and locknut.

3:Slide open wire racks into position using the holes in the undershelf as a guide.

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Figure 3 STACKING INSTRUCTIONS FOR: COB-E&COM-ECONVECTION OVENS

Remove flue from top oven and replace with item 1

1

Attach part # 21818062 with 6 each 8-32stainless screws

Remove flue from bottom oven, and re-installafter topoven is in place.

2

Material:14ga 201Stainless

3

Item 1

Item 2

Item 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E3770A

 

E3771A

3/8”-16Bolt

 

 

 

 

 

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Figure 4 LEG ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS - MODEL: COB-E&COM-E

WITH PLATE CASTER

12

67

 

3

45

4

 

65

Item

P/N

Description

1

21796810

Weldment, Oven Leg

2

8633102

Caster, 5” Swivel W/Top Plate

3

8227700

Hex Hd 5/16-18X ¾ Bolt #5 Zn

4

8509300

Washer, Flat SAE, 5/16

5

8435000

Hex-nut5/16-18

6

82447-00

Hex Hd. 3/8-16X .750 #5

7

8633101

Caster, 5" Swivel W/Plate & Brake

1.Attachtwoitem2totwoitem1usingitem3,4and5.

2.Attachtwoitem7totwoitem1usingitem3,4and5.

3.Using proper liftingequipment attach item1 to the corresponding hole patterns located in the bottom oftheovenwithitem6.

2378

WITHOUT PLATE CASTER

12

 

Item

P/N

Description

7

1

21796810

Weldment, Oven Leg

6

2

8633515

Foot Insert,Adjustable

 

3

8227700

Hex Hd 5/16-18X 3/4 Bolt #5 Zn

 

4

8509300

Washer, Flat, SAE, 5/16

 

5

8435000

Hex-Nut5/16-18

 

6

82447-00

Hex Hd. 3/8-16X .750 #5

 

3

45

4

 

56

23

1.Attachfouritem2tofour item1usingitem3, 4and5.

2.Using proper lifting equipment attach item 1 to the

correspondingholepatterns located in the bottom oftheovenwithitem 6.

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