Pitco Frialator CRTE Counter Top Rethermalizer - Tim Hortons User Manual

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IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

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Installation & Operation Manual

Tim Horton’s

TH-CRTE: Electric Counter Top Rethermalizer

L20-417, rev. 0 (07/13)

ENGLISH

TO THE PURCHASER, OWNER AND STORE MANAGER

Please review these warnings prior to posting them in a prominent location for reference.

WARNING

WARNING

DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

WARNING

Improper installation, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death. Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this appliance.

WARNING

Installation, maintenance and repairs should be performed by a Pitco Authorized Service and Parts (ASAP) company technician or other qualified personnel. Installation, maintenance or repairs by an unauthorized and unqualified personnel will void the warranty.

WARNING

Installation and all connections must be made according to national and local regulations and codes in force.

WARNING

The power supply must be disconnected before servicing, maintaining or cleaning this appliance.

WARNING

The appliance is NOT jet stream approved. DO NOT clean the appliance with a water jet.

WARNING

DO NOT attempt to move this appliance or transfer hot liquids from one container to another when the unit is at operating temperature or filled with hot liquids. Serious personal injury could result if skin comes in contact with the hot surfaces or liquids.

WARNING

DO NOT sit or stand on this appliance. The appliance’s front panel, tank, splash back, tank cover, workshelf, drain board is not a step. Serious injury could result from slipping, falling or contact with hot liquids.

WARNING

A country approved all pole circuit breaker with a minimum open contact gap of 3mm must be used for proper installation. (CE countries)

WARNING

During the warranty period if a customer elects to use a nonoriginal part or modifies an original part purchased from Pitco and/or its Authorized Service and Parts (ASAP) companies, this warranty will be void. In addition, Pitco and its affiliates will not be liable for any claims, damages or expenses incurred by the customer which arises directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, due to the installation of any modified part and/or received from an unauthorized service center.

WARNING

This appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or national codes. For domestic models, in the absence of local codes the installation must conform to the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2, as applicable.

WARNING

Adequate means must be provided to LIMIT the movement or this appliance without depending on the electrical cord connection. Single appliances equipped with legs must be stabilized by installing anchor straps. All appliances equipped with casters must be stabilized by installing restraining chains.

WARNING

DO NOT alter or remove structural material on the appliance to accommodate placement under a ventilation hood.

WARNING

This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.

WARNING

NEVER use the appliance as a step for cleaning or accessing the ventilation hood. Serious injury could result from slips, trips or from contacting hot liquids.

WARNING

The water level should be maintained at the level line. DO NOT turn the appliance on until the heating elements are fully covered with water at all times. Serious injury could result from hot steam vapors off the heating elements.

WARNING

If overflow drain is not equipped or if overflow drain stop is used, do not leave appliance unattended while filling with water. Over filling the appliance can cause serious injuries and damage the equipment.

WARNING

Completely shut the appliance down when the water is being drained from the appliance. This will prevent the appliance from heating up during the draining and filling process. Serious injury can occur.

WARNING

This appliance is intended for indoor use only.

WARNING

DO NOT operate appliance unless all panels and access covers are attached correctly.

WARNING

It is recommended that this appliance be inspected by a qualified service technician for proper performance and operation on a yearly basis.

If the appliance is equipped with a power cord and it is damaged, it must be replaced by a Pitco Authorized Service and Parts (ASAP) company technician, or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.

INSTALLATION ...................................................................................

1

1.1. CHECKING YOUR NEW APPLIANCE ..........................................................................................

1

1.2.

INSTALLATION CLEARANCES ...................................................................................................

2

1.3.

INSTALLATION TO COUNTER.....................................................................................................

2

1.4.

DRAINAGE CONNECTIONS .........................................................................................................

2

1.5.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .....................................................................................................

3

1.6. VENTILATION AND FIRE SAFETY SYSTEMS.............................................................................

5

1.7.

INSPECTION..................................................................................................................................

5

1.8.

INITIAL CLEANING........................................................................................................................

6

2.

OPERATION ........................................................................................

7

2.1.

FILLING THE APPLIANCE ............................................................................................................

7

2.1.1. FILLING THE COOKER TANK ....................................................................................................................................

7

2.2.

APPLIANCE START UP ................................................................................................................

7

2.2.1. High Temperature Limit Switch....................................................................................................................................

7

2.2.2. Liquid Level Control Sensor.........................................................................................................................................

7

2.3.

COOKING.......................................................................................................................................

8

2.3.1.

ADDITIONAL CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................

8

2.3.2.

COOKING TIPS ...........................................................................................................................................................

8

2.4.

APPLIANCE SHUTDOWN.............................................................................................................

8

3.

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE ......................................................

9

3.1.

DAILY PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE.....................................................................................

9

3.1.1.

APPLIANCE INSPECTION..........................................................................................................................................

9

3.1.2. CLEANING THE COOK TANK ....................................................................................................................................

9

3.1.3.

CLEANING THE CABINET..........................................................................................................................................

9

3.2.

MONTHLY PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE..............................................................................

9

3.2.1.

DELIMING....................................................................................................................................................................

9

3.3. ANNUAL/PERIODIC PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION ............................

10

3.3.1.

HEATING ELEMENT .................................................................................................................................................

10

3.3.2. TEMPERATURE PROBE & HIGH LIMIT PROBE .....................................................................................................

10

3.3.3. LOW WATER LEVEL SENSOR ................................................................................................................................

10

3.3.4.

CONTROLLER ..........................................................................................................................................................

10

3.3.5. CONTROL BOX & ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS ...................................................................................................

10

3.3.6.

TANK .........................................................................................................................................................................

10

3.3.7.

DRAIN SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................

10

4.

TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................................

11

4.1.

POWER FAILURE........................................................................................................................

11

4.2.

HIGH TEMPERATURE LIMIT ......................................................................................................

11

4.3.

LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL ..........................................................................................................

11

4.4.

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART....................................................................................................

12

4.5.

ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC.........................................................................................................

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INSTALLATION 1. INSTALLATION

1.1. CHECKING YOUR NEW APPLIANCE

Your new Pitco appliance has been carefully packed into one crate. Every effort has been made to ensure that it is delivered to you in perfect condition. As you unpack your new appliance, inspect each of the pieces for damage. If something is damaged, DO NOT sign the bill of lading. Contact the shipper immediately; the shipper is only responsible for 15 days after delivery. Check the packing list enclosed with your appliance to ensure that you have received all the parts to the appliance. If you are missing any parts, contact the dealer from whom the appliance was purchased. As you unpack the appliance and its accessories be careful to keep the weight of the appliance evenly distributed. Refer to the table below to identify which accessories should be included with your appliance.

1.Drain Hose, Assemble CRTE 4 Foot

Locate your Pitco model number and serial number on the inner door of the appliance and the find the date purchased. Write this information on the front cover of this manual for future reference.

If you have completed the above steps that are applicable to the appliance you purchased, the appliance is now ready to be installed. Although it may be possible for you to install and set up your new appliance, it is STRONGLY recommended that you have this done by qualified professionals. A qualified professional will ensure that the installation is safe and meets local building and fire codes.

WARNING

DO NOT install this appliance next to a deep fat fryer. A splash over of water into the hot oil may cause a steam eruption leading to property damage and/or personal injury.

WARNING

DO NOT sit or stand on this appliance. The appliance’s front panel, tank, tank cover, workshelf, drain board is not a step. Serious injury could result from slipping, falling or contact with hot liquids.

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1.2. INSTALLATION CLEARANCES

The clearances shown below are for combustible and non-combustible installations and will allow for safe and proper operation of your appliance.

 

Combustible Construction

Non Combustible Construction

Back

Inches (centimeters)

Inches (centimeters)

6.0" (15.24cm)

0.0" (0.0cm)

Sides

6.0" (15.24cm)

0.0" (0.0cm)

In addition to the above clearances there must also be at least 16 inches (40.64cm) of aisle space in front of the unit.

WARNING

DO NOT obstruct the flow of ventilation, or air openings around the appliance. Adequate clearance around the appliance is necessary for servicing and proper component ventilation. Ensure that you meet the minimum clearance requirements specified in this manual.

WARNING

The appliance should be secured to the counter top to prevent accidental moving of the appliance and the splashing of hot liquid on the operator.

1.3. INSTALLATION TO COUNTER

After the appliance is in its permanent location, check to ensure that it is level. Level the counter as needed.

WARNING

DO NOT perform leveling procedure when appliance is in operation or full of hot liquids. Serious injury could result.

1.4. DRAINAGE CONNECTIONS

The plumbing installation should be done by a licensed plumber and must comply with local and national codes. The drainage connection is located at the front of the appliance in the bottom left corner and is equipped with a 3/8" quick disconnect.

This appliance has a drain that can be inserted into a drainage system. The drain hose must be inserted into the tank quick disconnect fitting before the appliance can drain correctly. Drain connections for this appliance are to be made at the end of the 36” (91.44 cm.) long drain hose (3/8” (0.95 cm.) ID tubing).

1)

Tank Quick Disconnect Fitting

2) Drain Hose

3) Drainage outlet

 

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