Bakers Pride Oven CSWG User Manual

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Heated Display Merchandisers

MODELS WDCG, SSWG, CSWG

Installation & Operation Manual

Warranty Information

LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY

BKI (The “Company”) warrants to the original purchaser/user, that at time of shipment from the Company factory, this equipment will be free from defect in materials and workmanship. Written notice of a claim under this Warranty must be given withinONE YEAR AND THREE MONTHS from date of shipment from the factory. Defective conditions caused by abnormal use or misuse, lack of maintenance, damage by third parties, alterations by unauthorized personnel, acts of God, failure to follow installation instructions or any other events beyond the control of the company willNOT be covered under Warranty. The obligation of the Company under this Warranty shall be limited to repairing or replacing (at the option of the company) any part which is defective in reasonable opinion of the Company. The user will have the responsibility and expense of removing and returning the defective part to the Company as well as the cost of reinstalling the replacement or repaired part.

IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF REVENUE OR LOSS OF PRODUCT OR PROFIT OR FOR INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, FOOD SPOILAGE OR PRODUCT LOSS. WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER GLASS BREAKAGE. THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARE EXCLUDED INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY SHALL APPLY ONLY WITHIN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, ITS TERRITORIES, AND POSSESSIONS AND IN CANADA.

LIMITED NINETY DAY LABOR WARRANTY

All labor necessary to repair or replace factory defective parts will be performed, without charge, to the end user, by service personnel of a BKI Authorized Distributor during the first ninety days after the date of installation of the new equipment.

Replacement parts: Any appliance replacement part, except lamps and fuses, which proves to be defective in material or workmanship within 90 days from date of original installation will be repaired or replaced without charge F.O.B. Factory, Simpsonville, S.C. or F.O.B. authorized distributor.

Hot Food Deli Case

 

Table of Contents

 

Table of Contents

 

Table of Contents........................................................................................................................................

 

1

Introduction .................................................................................................................................................

 

2

Safety Precautions....................................................................................................................................

 

2

Safety Signs and Messages.................................................................................................................

2

Specific Precautions.............................................................................................................................

3

Safe Work Practices.............................................................................................................................

3

Operation .....................................................................................................................................................

 

5

Controls and Indicators.............................................................................................................................

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Hardware Controls................................................................................................................................

 

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Software Controls

- Default Screen.....................................................................................................

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Software Controls

- Viewing Settings..................................................................................................

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Software Controls

- Programming the Controller ................................................................................

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Preheating.................................................................................................................................................

 

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Temperature Adjustment ..........................................................................................................................

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Operational Guidelines .............................................................................................................................

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Unit Shutdown...........................................................................................................................................

 

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Installation ...................................................................................................................................................

 

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Unpacking and Handling...........................................................................................................................

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Floor Model...............................................................................................................................................

 

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Leveling ................................................................................................................................................

 

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Kick Plate Mounting............................................................................................................................

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End Panel Mounting ...........................................................................................................................

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Pedestal Model .......................................................................................................................................

 

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Leveling ..............................................................................................................................................

 

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Front and Rear Cover Attachment .....................................................................................................

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End Panel Mounting ...........................................................................................................................

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Counter Model ........................................................................................................................................

 

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Wiring......................................................................................................................................................

 

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Case Joining Trim...................................................................................................................................

 

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Maintenance ..............................................................................................................................................

 

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Scheduled Maintenance .........................................................................................................................

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Cleaning .............................................................................................................................................

 

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Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................................

 

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Wiring Diagrams.......................................................................................................................................

 

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Hot Food Deli Case

Introduction

Introduction

Congratulations! You have chosen a Hot Food Deli Case that will give you many years of fine service from the original manufacturer,BKI.

The BKI name and trademark on this unit assures you of the finest in design and engineering --that it has been built with care and dedication--using the best materials available. Attention to the operating instructions regarding proper installation, operation, and maintenance will result in long lasting dependability to insure the highest profitable return on your investment.

PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THE UNIT. If you have any questions, please contact your BKI Distributor. If they are unable to answer your questions, contact the BKI Technical Service Department, toll free: 1-800-927-6887.Outside the U.S., call1-864-963-3471.

This unit is to be sealed to the floor after installation to conform to NSF requirements. (Dow Corning RTV #732 Multi purpose Sealant.)

Safety Precautions

Always follow recommended safety precautions listed in this manual. Below is the safety alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your equipment, be alert to the potential for personal injury or property damage.

Safety Signs and Messages

The following Safety signs and messages are placed in this manual to provide instructions and identify specific areas where potential hazards exist and special precautions should be taken. Know and understand the meaning of these instructions, signs, and messages. Damage to the equipment, death or serious injury to you or other persons may result if these messages are not followed.

This message indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

This message indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

This message indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

This message is used when special information, instructions or identification are required relating to procedures, equipment, tools, capacities and other special data.

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Specific Precautions

Equipotential Ground Plane

When a high current flows through a conductor, differences in potential appear between the conductor and nearby metallic surfaces near the appliance. As a result, sparks may be produced between the appliance and surrounding metal surfaces. These sparks could cause serious injury, damage, or fire.

BKI provides an Equipotential ground terminal for the connection of a bonding conductor after the installation of the appliance per lEC60417-1.This terminal is located on the inside of the Power Entry Supply box near the Earth connection and is marked with this symbol.

Safe Work Practices

Beware of High Voltage

This equipment uses high voltage. Serious injury can occur if you or any untrained or unauthorized person installs, services, or repairs this equipment. Always Use an Authorized Service agent to Service Your Equipment

Keep this manual with the Equipment

This manual is an important part of your equipment. Always keep it near for easy access.

If you need to replace this manual, contact:

BKI

Technical Services Department

P.O. Box 80400

Simpsonville, S.C. 29680-0400

Or call toll free: 1-800-927-6887

Outside the U.S., call 864-963-3471

Protect Children

Keep children away from this equipment. Children may not understand that this equipment is dangerous for them and others.

NEVER allow children to play near or operate your equipment.

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911

Keep Safety Labels Clean and in Good Condition

Do not remove or cover any safety labels on your equipment. Keep all safety labels clean and in good condition. Replace any damaged or missing safety labels.

If you need new safety labels, contact:

BKI

Technical Services Department

P.O. Box 80400

Simpsonville, S.C. 29680-0400

Or call toll free: 1-800-927-6887

Outside the U.S., call 864-963-3471

Be Prepared for Emergencies

Be prepared for fires, injuries, or other emergencies.

Keep a first aid kit and a fire extinguisher near the equipment. You must use a 40-poundType BC fire extinguisher and keep it within 25 feet of your equipment.

Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance services, hospitals, and the fire department near your telephone.

Know your responsibilities as an Employer

Make certain your employees know how to operate the equipment.

Make certain your employees are aware of the safety precautions on the equipment and in this manual.

Make certain that you have thoroughly trained your employees about operating the equipment safely.

Make certain the equipment is in proper working condition. If you make unauthorized modifications to the equipment, you will reduce the function and safety of the equipment.

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Operation

Controls and Indicators

The deli case controls are shown in the figure below. The pushbutton switches turn the power supply to the case on and off. The touchscreen interface is used to operate the case and display temperatures.

Hardware Controls

Item #

Description

Function

1

Power OFF Switch

Depressing the switch turns power OFF to the entire unit.

2

Power ON Switch

Depressing the switch turns power ON to the entire unit.

 

 

When the unit is ON the touchscreen controller is

 

 

powered & the lights illuminate.

3

Main Power Isolator

This light illuminates to indicate that power is being applied

 

Light

to the unit from the main power isolator (circuit breaker).

4

Analog Touchscreen

Used for the operation of the unit and to measure & record

 

Interface

product temperatures.

5

Controller RS-232

Allows user to download saved product temperatures to a

 

Interface

laptop PC using the supplied software.

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Operation

Software Controls - Default Screen

The Default Screen appears on the touchscreen during normal operation. The screen shows the menu button and a representive temperature.

The representative temperature does not correspond to the internal temperature of the food products in the case. This temperature is only an indication that the case is operating properly and heating.

When the unit is first powered up the representative temperature will be approximately room temperature. As the unit preheats the representative temperature will rise. The representative temperature will stabilize when the unit reaches operating temperature.

The representative temperature should be approximately the same from day to day when the unit is in operation. A significant change in this temperature without changing any of the temperature settings of the unit may indicate a problem with the unit. A qualified BKI service representative should be contacted.

Software Controls - Viewing Settings

The current heater settings can be viewed by touching the Menu Button [M] on the Default Screen. The Menu Screen will then be displayed.

To view the current settings for either Well Temp or Upper Heater touch the appropriate button on the Menu Screen. The View Setting Screen for the selected heaters will be displayed.

To return to the Default Screen, touch the Exit Button [X].

If the controller is configured to control each well position independently the View Setting Screen as shown at right will be displayed. Use the left and right arrows to display the heater setting for the various well positions of the unit. The progress bar gives a visual representation of the well location for which the setting is being displayed.

The current heater setting is displayed on the right side of the screen. The setting is a numeric value between 1 and 10 where 10 is the hottest setting.

If the controller is configured to control all of the well positions at the same setting, the progress bar will be solid and the left and right arrows will not be displayed. The setting shown will be for the heaters at all of the well positions.

To return to the Menu Screen, touch the Menu Button [M]. To return to the Default Screen, touch the Exit Button[X].

Touching [Set Clock] on the Menu Screen will display the time and date. To return to the Menu Screen, touch the Menu Button[M]. To return to the Default Screen, touch the Exit Button[X].

Menu Button

Default Screen

Lower Right

Lower Left

Exit Button

Menu Screen

Progress Bar

M Well Heater 1

X

Current Setting

View Setting Screen

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Software Controls - Programming the

Controller

There is a unique set of touches to enter the programming mode. This prevents the case settings from being inadvertently changed.

Enter the programming mode from the Default Screen by touching the lower left of the touchscreen, then the lower right and then the Menu Button [M] in that order. The Menu Screen will then be displayed.

To edit the current settings for either Well Temp or Upper Heater touch the appropriate button on the Menu Screen. The Edit Setting Screen for the selected heaters will be displayed.

To return to the Default Screen, touch the Exit Button [X].

If the controller is configured to control each well position independently the Edit Setting Screen as shown at right will be displayed. Use the left and right arrows to display the heater setting for the various well positions of the unit. The progress bar gives a visual representation of the well location for which the setting is being displayed.

The current heater setting is displayed on the right side of the screen. Use the up and down arrows to edit the heater setting. The setting is a numeric value between 1 and 10 where 10 is the hottest setting.

If the controller is configured to control all of the well positions at the same setting, the progress bar will be solid and the left and right arrows will not be displayed. Use the up and down arrows to edit the heater setting for all of the well positions.

To return to the Menu Screen, touch the Menu Button [M]. To return to the Default Screen, touch the Exit Button[X].

To edit the controller time and date settings touch [Set Clock] on the Menu Screen while in the program mode. The time and date will need to be reset if the power supply to the case has been disconnected.

Use the left and right arrows to move the cursor under the value to be edited. Use the up and down arrows to edit the value. Continue until the current date and time is displayed.

To return to the Menu Screen, touch the Menu Button [M]. To return to the Default Screen, touch the Exit Button[X].

Menu Button

Default Screen

Lower Right

Lower Left

M Well Heater 1

X

Edit Settings Screen

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Preheating

You should allow the equipment to preheat at the programmed temperature settings for a minimum of 30 minutes before loading it with product. For initial start up, program the controller for each well and upper heater to a setting of 5.

Check Federal and State Health and Sanitation Regulations for internal temperature required for holding cooked foods for sale. Maintaining these temperatures often tend to allow continued cooking of certain products. Therefore, smaller amounts of bulk foods should be displayed at non-peakperiods and the warmer refilled as needed.

All meats and vegetables should be preheated to 160°F (70°C). before being placed in the case.

A screen liner can be used in the bottom of the display pans that are used for holding meats. This will keep meats from sticking to the bottom of the pans.

Temperature Adjustment

After placing the product into the equipment, it may be necessary to adjust the programmed settings in order to maintain the proper internal temperature for the product on display. The optional built-inproduct temperature probe or a portable meat thermometer should be used to read the internal temperature of each product. The programmed settings should be set to the lowest possible number that will maintain the proper product temperature.

Operational Guidelines

Keep the optional built-inproduct temperature probe or a portable meat thermometer on hand. Check the food temperatures hourly.

Rotate the food products. Foods loaded in first should be served first as much as is practical.

Foods held for long periods of time are more difficult to maintain at proper temperature. Also, freshness and product quality diminish if foods are held too long. Most areas of the country have sanitation regulations governing how long foods can be held. Make certain to check with your local authorities.

Unit Shutdown

Remove all food pans holding the food product from the equipment. Depress the OFF pushbutton switch to turn the power to the heaters and lights off. After the temperature has cooled below120°F (50°C), remove any residue from the wells and clean the equipment thoroughly.

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