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Innovative Foodservice Equipment Custom

Designed for Performance, Service and Value.

Convection Heated Holding Cabinets

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MODELS:

CA34-CV9

CA43-CV7or CV13

CA70-CV16or CV32

CA34-CVMP4

CA43-CVMP6

CA70-CVMP12

CS34-CH9

CS43-CH7or CH13

CS72-CH16or CH32

CS34-CHUS4

CS43-CHUS6

CS70-CHUS15

CS43-CVMP6-SB

CS61-CVMP12-SB

CS71-CVMP15-SB

 

 

 

 

P/N 780085 1/06

Phone:

+1

(214)

421-7366

 

Fax:

+1

(214)

565-0976

BevLes

Toll Free: +1

(800)

441-1601

Website: www.BevLes.com

729 Third Avenue

E-mail:

sales@BevLes.com

Dallas, TX 75226

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1

WARRANTY

3

2

GETTING STARTED

4

2-1

INTRODUCTION

4

2-2

MODELS

4

2-3

UNPACKING

4

2-4

SETTING-UP

5

2-5

CLEANING.

5

3

OPERATION

6

3-1

OPERATING CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS

6

3-2

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

6

4

CARE OF YOUR UNIT

7

4-1

ASSISTANCE

7

4-2

SAFETY AND HEALTH

7

4-3

CLEANING

7

4-4

MODEL SPECIFICATIONS

7

5

TROUBLESHOOTING

7

5-1

TROUBLESHOOTING

7

5-2

TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE

8

6

MAINTENANCE

9

6-1

REPLACING PARTS

9

6-1a

REMOVING THE TOP MOUNTED HEATING MODULE

9

6-1b

REMOVING THE FRONT PANEL

9

6-1c

POWER INDICATOR LAMP MODULE

9

6-1d

THERMOSTAT INDICATOR LAMP MODULE

10

6-1e

POWER SWITCH

10

6-1f

THERMOMETER

11

6-1g

POWER CORD FOR CA70

11

6-1h

POWER CORD FOR CA43

12

6-1i

THERMOSTAT FOR CA70

13

6-1j

THERMOSTAT FOR CA43

14

6-1k

FAN BLOWER MOTOR ASSEMBLY

16

6-1l

HEATING ELEMENT

17

6-1m

HIGH-TEMPERATURESAFETY THERMOSTAT

18

6-1n

TOP MOUNTED HEATING MODULE SEAL (GASKET)

18

6-1o

FAN BLOWER COOLING FAN FOR CA43

18

7

REPLACEMENT PARTS

19

7-1

HOW TO ORDER

19

7-2

PRICES

19

7-3

SHIPPING

19

7-4

WARRANTY

19

7-5

PARTS DRAWINGS

19

7-6

PARTS LISTS w/EXPLODED VIEWS

20

8

WIRING DIAGRAMS

29

8-1a

CA70 MODELS

29

8-1b

CA43 MODELS

29

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1. WARRANTY

BEVLES COMPANY LIMITED WARRANTY

729 Third Avenue * Dallas, TX 75226

Phone: +1 (214) 421-7366Fax: +1 (214)565-0976

1.Bevles warrants to the original purchaser that on the date the equipment is shipped (sold), it will be free of defects in materials or workmanship. Bevles will, at it’s discretion, repair or replace, during the warranty period printed below, any part that has a defect in material or workmanship that was present when the product shipped from Bevles, and which manifests itself during the warranty period under normal use and service.

Parts:Two* years from date of original shipment from the Bevles factory.

Labor: One** year from date of original shipment from the Bevles factory.

* Air Circulation BlowerAssemblies (motors) and Power Switches shall be one year from date of original shipment.

Calrod “Air” Heating Elements shall be three years from date of original shipment.

**All electrical components120 days from date of original shipment.

2.Bevles must be contacted, and pre-approvalmust be issued by the Bevles factory prior to any type of service being performed. Bevles assumes no responsibilityfor any charges that were not expressly

authorized by the Bevles factory, or for any charges that exceed, in Bevles’solej udgement, normal and customary amounts.

3.Bevles will pay UPS Ground charges for any part that has a defect in material or workmanship that

was present when the product shipped from Bevles, and which manifests itself during the first year of the warranty period under normal use and service.All warranty replacement parts will ship F.O.B. Bevles factory, Cheyenne,WY82003.

4.This warranty shall be void in its entirety if any abuse of, misuse of, alteration/modification of or improper maintenance of original product occurs. If, at any time a claim is reported to Bevles, the purchaser is delinquent in payment for the product, warranty will not apply.

5.Buyer’s Remedies-Ifa Bevles product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship in conformity with the warranties in paragraph one, buyer shall notify Bevles of such failure within a reasonable time, but in no event beyond fifteen (15) days of such discovery of defect in material or workmanship. Bevles shall provide, in its sole discretion, either the repair or replacement of any defective or anynon-conformingpart. Bevles specifically disavows any other representation, warranty or liability relating to the continued use of the product.

6Exclusion of consequential and incidental damages-Inno event shall Bevles be liable for any incidental, special, indirect, or consequential damages, whether resulting fromnon-deliveryor from the use, misuse, or inability to use the product, or from defects in the product, or from Bevles’own negligence or other tort. This exclusion applies regardless of whether such damages are sought for breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, or strict liability in tort or under any other legal theory.

7.Disclaimer of warranties-Thewarranties contained in paragraph one above are the exclusive warranties given by Bevles and supersede any prior, contrary, or additional representations, whether oral or written. Bevles hereby disclaims and excludes all otherwarranties-whetherexpressed, implied, orstatutory-includingany warranty of merchantability, any warranty of fitness for a particular purpose, and any implied warranties otherwise arising from course of

dealing or usage of trade.

4/02

 

1/05

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2. GETTING STARTED

2-1INTRODUCTION

BEVLES Heated Holding Cabinets are quality built equipment designed to hold prepared foods at a safe temperature (no less than 140°), with or without humidity. These cabinets have a wide range of applications for both institutional and commercial foodservice operations

This manual has been prepared so that all personnel responsible for the operation and maintenance of this equipment will have a thorough understanding of its operation and use. We recommend that any personnel using the cabinet read this manual thoroughly before operating the equipment.

**NOTE: Certain items of information and procedures will be highlighted with the words"NOTE" or"WARNING”. Please make special note of these items as they will communicate important information for the safety of your personnel, and the continued quality of service provided by the equipment.

2-2MODELS

All BEVLES Heated Holding Cabinets are designed to hold hot products at the desired holding temperature. They accomplish this through patented air and humidity systems that force heated, moist air laterally across each level of the cabinet from side mounted air-flowducts. Each cabinet also offers certain features that make them extremely easy to use, clean and service:

The easily removable top mounted heating module contains all of the cabinet's electrical components.

Dutch doors are mounted on the front with a full-lengthdoor on the back (for 70 inch models). All doors are removable and equipped with patented positive extruded latches.

Standard models offer right-handswing doors, but all cabinet doors can be hinged either left or right.

Heavy-dutyball bearing casters provide easy and reliable mobility (for 70 inch and 43 inch models).

This manual applies to the following models:

 

 

 

CA70-CV16

CA 70-CV16HW

CA 70-CV32

CA 70-CV32HW

CA70-CVMP12

CA70-CVMP15

CA43-CV7

CA43-CV7HW

CA43-CV13

CA43-CV13HW

CA43-CVMP6

CA43-CVMP7

 

 

 

2-3UNPACKING

**NOTE: All BEVLES cabinets are tested, inspected and expertly packed to insure arrival in aready-to-usecondition. If damage or loss is discovered when unpacking, ask the carrier's agent (in writing) to inspect the goods. This should be done within 15 days of delivery. You can then file a formal claim with the carrier. If we can help in any way, please call us.

This product has been shipped on a wooden base, packed with secure padding and covered with a plastic bag and corrugated shipping container.

To open:

1.Carefully cut the metal banding.

2.Lift the shipping container off of the unit.

3.Lift the unit off of the wooden base. WARNING: Use extreme care in lifting to prevent personal injury.

4.Remove the plastic bag and properly dispose of it.

5.Check model number on the serial number label (located on the top right front corner of the right side of the unit) against the packing slip.

6.Open doors and remove packing materials.

7.NOTE: Before using, the cabinet should be thoroughly cleaned as instructed in section2-5of this manual.

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2-4SETTING-UP

Locate your holding cabinet in an area where the doors can be opened without impeding your operation and where loading and unloading product will be easy.

**WARNING: A clearance of at least four (4) inches is required between the top of full size units (models beginning with CA70) and any other equipment or surfaces to allow air to circulate to the motor air vents. Do not set anything on top of these units.

Proper operation of the unit requires that it be level and that it be plugged into a separate electrical line

protected by a fuse or circuit breaker of the proper rating.

 

CA70-CV16

120V/1500W/14.3A

CA43-CV7

120V/1500W/14.3A

CA70-CV16HW

120V/2000W/18.5A

CA43-CV7HW

120V/2000W/17.0A

CA70-CV32

120V/1500W/14.3A

CA43-CV13

120V/1500W/14.3A

CA70-CV32HW

120V/2000W/18.5A

CA43-CV13HW

120V/2000W/17.0A

CA70-CVMP12120V/2000WI18.5ACA43-CVMP6

120V/2000W/17.0A

CA70-CVMP15

120V/2000W/18.5A

CA43-CVMP7

120V/2000W/17.0A

WARNING: Plug your unit only .into a grounded receptacle of the correct voltage. Check the serial number label located in the top right front corner on the right side of the cabinet to determine your unit's electrical rating.

2-5CLEANING

**NOTE: Never use steel wool or caustic cleaning compounds on your BEVLES holding cabinet.

Cleaning Steps:

1.Push power switch to the OFF position.

2.Unplug power cord from wall.

CAUTION:Always unplug the unit before dismantling or cleaning.

3.Remove front and back doors by lifting entire door and sliding

Figure 1

 

 

hinge off of hinge pins. (Fig. 1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

**NOTE: Avoid motions other than straight up or down when

 

 

 

removing and replacing doors so as not to damage hinges.

 

 

 

4. Slide out stainless steel water pan

containing the three "U"

 

 

 

shaped baffles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Lift off the heating module from the top of the cabinet. (Fig.2)

 

 

 

 

**NOTE: At least two people should do the lifting to avoid

 

 

 

possible injury.

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Remove all trays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Remove tray supports by carefully lifting each panel and tilting

 

 

 

the bottom toward the center of the cabinet. (Fig. 3)

 

 

 

 

 

**NOTE: Handle the support panels carefully as any damage or

 

 

 

bending will make reinstallation very difficult

 

 

 

 

 

8. Remove positive door latches (Fig. 4):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8a.

Firmly

hold

the

latch

plate

Figure 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

against the edge of the door and

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

pull the black capped pin up and

 

 

 

 

 

out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8b.

Slowly pull the latch plate away

 

 

 

 

 

from the door, ready to catch the

 

 

 

 

 

flat metal spring as it releases.

 

 

 

 

9.

Models

equipped

with

dutch

 

 

 

 

 

doors will also have a removable

 

 

 

 

 

wiper blade attached to the top of

 

 

 

 

 

the bottom door. To remove this,

 

 

 

 

 

loosen the two black knurled

 

 

 

 

 

knobs at either end of the wiper

 

 

 

 

 

blade retainer. Lift off the

 

 

 

 

 

stainless steel

retainer and the

Figure 3

 

 

Figure 4

 

wiper blade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.Clean all pieces thoroughly and carefully with soapy water and soft cloths. **NOTE: Neverusesteelwoolorcausticcleaningcompounds.**CAUTION: Avoid splashing water or any other liquid into the heating module to prevent possible damage to electrical components.

Reassembly Steps:

1.

Replace door latches (Fig.5):

 

1a.

Wrap the flat metal latch spring lip around the front edge of the door

 

 

between the two latch butts.

 

1b.

Place the latch plate with the flat side out over the flat metal latch spring

 

 

and press firmly in place.

 

1c.

Guide the black capped pin down through the top latch butt, the latch

 

 

plate and bottom latch butt. This will require positive pressure on the

Figure 5

 

latch plate to compress the spring.

 

 

2.Replace dutch door wiper blade if your model is equipped with one. Simply slide the gasket and retainer onto the top edge of the bottom door and re-tightenthe two black knurled knobs.

3.Carefully replace top mounted heating module and align with top tray supports.

4.Replace tray support panels.

5.Replace doors by sliding door hinges back down onto the hinge pins.

6.You are now ready to operate your unit in accordance with the procedures outlined in section 3-2.

3.OPERATION

BEVLES Heated Holding Cabinets are not intended for any use other than as foodservice equipment. Always operate your unit in accordance with the Operational Procedures listed in section 3-2of this manual.

3.1 OPERATING CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS (Fig. 6)

1.Power Switch

2.Power Switch Indicator lamp

3.Thermostat

4.Thermostat Indicator Lamp

5.Thermometer

3-2OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

1. Plug unit into wall. Figure 6 Figure 7 CAUTION: Check the serial number label located on the right side of the cabinet (as you are facing the front of the unit) at the top to be sure that your unit is compatible with your electrical supply. See section4-4for more information.

2.If humidity is desired, fill water pan % full of water and adjust baffles. (Fig. 7)

2a. For maximum humidity, all three baffles should be inserted into the water pan as though they were the letter "U" (open side up).

2b. For minimum humidity, all three baffles should be inserted in the water pan as though they were the letter "n" (open side down).

2c. Intermediate levels of humidity may be achieved by mixing the arrangement of the baffles.

3.Slide the water pan into its receptacle at the top of the cabinet, just under the heating module. Carefully push the pan to assure that it is seated against the water pan back stop.

4.Push on the power switch. The power indicator light should come on. You should also hear the blower fan(s) operating.

5.Set the thermostat to the desired holding temperature (140° to 200°F). The red thermostat indicator light should come on.

6.Check your cabinet after 5 minutes to be sure that the heating element(s) is functioning.

7.When the cabinet reaches your desired temperature, the thermostat indicator light will go out (though the power indicator light will remain illuminated).

8.Check and add water to the water pan from time to time during long periods of operation (if needed). **CAUTION: The water pan is located directly under the heating element(s). Always use extreme caution when removing or replacing the water pan to prevent injury (burn).

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4. CARE OF YOUR UNIT

As with any piece of quality equipment, your BEVLES Heated Holding Cabinet requires regular care and maintenance. The most vital procedure is the regular and thorough cleaning of the entire unit.

For your assistance, we have included the following sections in this manual:

2-4

Setting Up

5

Troubleshooting

7-6

Parts List

2-5

Cleaning

6-1

Replacing Parts

8-1

Wiring Diagrams

4-1ASSISTANCE

BEVLES is proud of each quality-builtcabinet. Should you ever need assistance, parts or additional equipment just call the BEVLES Manufacturing Facilities at (800)441-1601.

In addition, refer to the Troubleshooting (5) and Replacement Steps (6-1)sections of this manual for assistance if occasional maintenance questions should arise.

4-2SAFETYAND HEALTH

BEVLES Heated Holding Cabinets carry both UL and NSF listings.Always operate your unit in accordance with the operational procedures found in section 3-2.

**CAUTION: Never remove the top mounted heating module without first unplugging your cabinet from its power source.

4-3CLEANING

Refer to section 2-5for complete cleaning steps and procedures.

4-4MODEL SPECIFICATIONS

Model

Vertical Pan

Capacity

Capacity

Dimensions

 

Electrical

 

 

Spacing

(18” x 26” Pans) (12” x 20” Pans) Height

Width

Depth

Watts

Volts

Amps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CA 70-CV16

3 1/4"

16

 

70''

24 ½”

31"

1500

120/240

14.3/7.2

CA70-CV16HW*

3 1/4”

16

 

70"

24 ½”

31"

2000

120/240

18.5/9.3

CA 70-CV32

1 1/2"

32

 

70"

24 ½”

31"

1500

120/240

14.3/7.2

CA 70-CV32HW*

1 1/2”

32

 

70''

24 ½”

31"

2000

120/240

18.5/9.3

CA70-CVMP12*

4"

12

24

70"

29

31"

2000

120/240

18.5/9.3

CA70-CVMP15*

3 1/4"

15

30

70''

29

31"

2000

120/240

18.5/9.3

CA43-CV7

3 1/4"

7

 

42"

24 ½”

31"

1500

120/240

14.3/7.2

CA43-CV7HW*

3 1/4”

7

 

42”

24 ½”

31"

2000

120/240

17.0/8.5

CA43-CV13

1 1/2"

13

 

42”

24 ½”

31"

1500

120/240

14.3/7.2

CA43-CV13HW*

1 1/2”

13

 

42”

24 ½”

31"

2000

120/240

17.0/8.5

CA43-CVMP6*

4"

6

12

42”

29”

31"

2000

120/240

17.0/8.5

CA43-CVMP7*

3 1/4"

7

14

42”

29”

31”

2000

120/240

17.0/8.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Units furnished with 20 AMP plug and cord, NEMA #5-20R

5. TROUBLESHOOTING

If you find that your unit is failing to operate properly refer first to the Operational Procedures in section 3-2of this manual. Then, if necessary, use the Troubleshooting guide in section 5 to determine the cause of the problem.

**CAUTION: All maintenance on BEVLES Heating Holding Cabinets should be performed by trained personnel using only quality BEVLES parts.

5-1TROUBLESHOOTING

To determine the cause of any malfunction:

1.Determine the problem (e.g., the food isn't staying hot).

2.Locate the problem in the Troubleshooting table.

3.Read through the possible causes ,then try each solution listed until the problem is resolved.

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4.If you are unable to locate the problem in the table or if the solutions listed don't work, please call the BEVLES manufacturing facilities for assistance at (800) 441-1601.You will need to provide the factory personnel with the following information:

1.The product model and serial numbers.

2.The specific nature of the problem.

In some cases it will be beneficial to also have the actual operator of the equipment available to answer questions.

5-2TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE

Problem

Possible Cause

Solution

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Unit will not heat.

Power switch not in on position.

Place the power switch in the ON

 

 

 

position.

 

 

 

 

 

Loose or unplugged power cord.

Plug power cord into proper

 

 

 

electrical outlet.

 

 

 

 

Thermostat on wrong setting.

Set thermostat to correct

 

 

 

 

temperature.

 

 

 

 

Faulty thermostat (not switching heating

Replace thermostat per section 6-

 

 

element on when below set temperature).

1i or j.

 

 

 

 

 

Faulty internal wiring.

Check connections for heating

 

 

 

module components per

 

 

 

sections 6-11.

 

 

 

 

Faulty heating element (not getting hot).

Replace heating element per

 

 

 

section 6-11.

 

 

 

 

Hi-temperaturesafety thermostat on.

Check for failure of heating element

 

 

 

and/or

thermostat

not

shutting

 

 

 

down.

 

 

 

2. Unit not reaching

Doors left open or ajar.

Close doors firmly and keep closed

or holding desired

 

except. when loading or unloading

Temperature uniformly.

 

product.

 

 

 

 

 

Thermostat on wrong setting.

Set thermostat to correct

 

 

 

 

temperature.

 

 

 

 

Faulty thermostat (not switching heating

Replace thermostat per section

 

 

element on when below set temperature).

6-1ior j.

 

 

 

 

 

Faulty internal wiring.

Check

connections

for

heating

 

 

 

module components per section 6-

 

 

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

Top mounted heating module seal

Replace gasket per section 6-1m.

 

 

(gasket) torn or worn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faulty heater fan blower (no air

Replace fan blower motor per

 

 

circulating).

section 6-1k.

 

 

3. Unit overheating.

Faulty thermostat (not switching heating

Replace thermostat per section 6-1i

 

 

element off when above set temperature).

or j.

 

 

 

4. Fan blowers not

Power switch not in on position.

Place the power switch in the on

operating.

 

position.

 

 

 

 

 

Loose or unplugged power cord.

Plug power cord into proper

 

 

 

electrical outlet.

 

 

 

 

Faulty heater fan blower.

Replace fan blower motor per

 

 

 

section 6-1k.

 

 

 

 

Faulty internal wiring.

Check connections for heating

 

 

 

module components per sections

 

 

 

6-11.

 

 

 

5. Cabinet steamy and

Too much humidity in air flow.

Adjust baffles per section 3-2.

too humid.

Holding temperature not high enough.

Adjust thermostat to a higher

 

 

 

temperature level.

 

 

 

 

Holding product too long in cabinet.

Minimize holding time.

 

6. Cabinet too dry.

Water pan dry.

Fill 3/4 full with water.

 

 

 

 

Not enough humidity in air flow.

Adjust baffles per section 3-2.

 

 

Holding temperature too high.

Adjust thermostat to a lower

 

 

 

temperature (never below 140°F).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6. MAINTENANCE

**CAUTION: All maintenance on BEVLES Heating Holding Cabinets should be performed by trained personnel using only quality BEVLES parts.

6-1REPLACINGPARTS

After using the Troubleshooting table (section 5-2)to determine the solution, refer to the appropriate section below. The tools and equipment needed for each repIacement procedure are listed at the beginning of that procedure.

6-1a.Removing the top mounted heating module.

Required: No tools required

1.Unplug unit from power source.

2.Open top front door and remove water pan and baffles.

3.Using two people, lift the top mounted heating module straight up and off of the cabinet (Fig. 8)

4.Set module upside down on a heat resistant surface.

6-1b.Removing the front panel from the heating module.

Required: Medium (6') phillips screwdriver, Medium (6') flathead screwdriver

1.Remove all five screws from the face of the front panel (at the four corners and center top).

2.Gently lift off the front panel while guiding attached wires and thermometer probe to prevent damage. (Fig. 9)

3.Leaving wires attached, gently place front panel face down on a clean work space. (Fig. 10)

4.To replace front cover, reinsert thermometer probe into receptacle, guide wires back into place and reattach panel with the five phillips head screws.

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 8

 

Figure 9

 

Figure 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 11

 

Figure 12

 

Figure 13

 

 

 

6-1c.Replacing the power indicator lamp module.

Required: Wiring markers (color or number codes), Electrical tape

1.Remove front panel as found in section 6-1b.

2.Mark all the wires connected to the power indicator lamp module with a color code or number to make proper re-connectioneasy (Fig. 11)

3.Remove the wire nuts and free the power indicator lamp module wires.

4.From the back side of the front panel, depress the plastic tabs on the base of the indicator lamp module and push it out the front of the panel. (Fig. 12)

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5.Feed the wires of the replacement indicator lamp module through the opening and snap the new indicator lamp module into place.

6.Reconnect wiring with each of the two new wires going to a different wire nut (it doesn't matter how you match the new module wires). Re-tapeover wire nuts and wires.

**WARNING: Be sure to correctly match the other wires that were connected at the two wire nuts.

7.Replace the front panel (section 6-1b).

6-1d.Replacing the thermostat indicator lamp module.

Required: Medium (6") flathead screwdriver, Medium (6”) phillips screwdriver, Wiring markers (color or number codes), Electrical tape

1.Remove front panel as found in section 6-1b.

2.Mark all the wires connected to the thermostat indicator lamp module and thermostat with a color code or number to make proper re-connectioneasy. (Fig. 11)

3.Locate the thermostat indicator lamp module wire that connects to a wire nut and remove that wire nut, freeing all wires. (Fig. 13)

4.Remove the indicator lamp module wire from the terminal on the back of the thermostat by removing the electrical tape and reversing the screw.

5.From the back side of the front panel, depress the plastic tabs on the base of the indicator lamp module and push it out the front of the panel. (Fig. 12)

6.Feed the wires of the replacement indicator lamp module through the opening and snap the new indicator lamp module into place.

7.Reconnect wiring with one of the two new wires going to the wire nut and the other to the back of the thermostat (it doesn't matter how you match the new module wires). Re-tapeover wire nuts and wires.

*'WARNING: Be sure to correctly match the other wires that were connected at the wire nut

8.Replace the front panel (section 6-1b).

6-1e.Replacing the power switch.

Required: Wiring markers (color or number codes), Electrical tape, Wiring diagram for CA43 and CA70 (see step 7 below)

1.Remove front panel as found in section 6-1b.

2.Trace the four wires from the power switch to the wire nuts. Code all wires connected by the four wire nuts to insure proper re-connection.(Fig. 14)

3.Remove the wire nuts and free the power switch wires.

4.From the back side of the front panel, depress the plastic tabs on the base of the power switch and push it out the front of the panel. (Fig. 15)

5.Feed the wires of the replacement switch through the opening and snap the new

(4)(5)

 

power switch into place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Reconnect wires using the four wire nuts

 

 

 

Klixon

 

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and the wiring diagram. Re-tapeover wire

(Grd)

 

 

Thermostat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

nuts and wires. (Diagram 1)

(2)

(3)

 

 

 

(1)

Cooling

 

**WARNING: Severe

damage can be

 

 

 

 

 

Fan

 

Power Cord

 

 

 

 

 

caused to your unit by improperly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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connecting wiring.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

Replace the front panel (section 6-1b).

 

 

Heating

 

 

(1)

Fan

 

 

 

 

(4)

Element

(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(0)

(5)

 

Blower

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(0)

(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power

 

Thermostat

(5)

(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indicator Lamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thermostat

 

 

 

 

 

(0)

(1)

 

Indicator Lamp

 

 

 

 

 

(2)

(3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Switch

 

 

 

Figure 14

Figure 15

 

 

Diagram 1

 

 

 

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