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    Don't know, but usually the nut & ferrule would...

    Don't know, but usually the nut & ferrule would be part of the pilot valve, which is also in that diagram.

    You might want to go ahead and order that pilot valve anyway (P/N 302114). Since those...
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    Look on page 3 of this PDF: ...

    Look on page 3 of this PDF:

    http://www.eaglegrp.com/LitLib/eg9807.pdf

    The P/N 310780 looks like what you're describing.
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    Glastender GT24 or GT30 bar glass washer

    Sort of a poll question on these for you field techs.

    Have any of you ever encountered or been called upon to repair a GT24 or GT30 when the issue was that the wash tank heating element wouldn’t...
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    Paul, you said it's a new box, so all new...

    Hm good idea. I've never seen that happen before and neither has our guy who works with us. But I'll do it. So your saying to actually shoot silicone inside the conduit itself?
    [/QUOTE]

    Paul,...
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    I guess I'm not the only one: ...

    I guess I'm not the only one:

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1953391-tapatalk-issue
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    Nope. Didn't know that. Today I'd related to...

    Nope. Didn't know that.

    Today I'd related to this password reset I had to do on my computer (which I did yesterday) as to why my Android would just hang up with an incessant "time clock spiral"...
  7. When I was fairly new and working as a helper to...

    When I was fairly new and working as a helper to replace a W/I refrigeration system, we used one of those to get a Heatcraft condensing unit onto a school's roof.

    NNN-E-V-E-R AGAIN.

    When my...
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    Not quite that easy. Prolly is a special, thin...

    Not quite that easy.

    Prolly is a special, thin little spring-metal little thingie that was flawed from the start. Everything about any European-made combi-ovens are...special. Gluing a little...
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    Your post count is so high. I see why. Reminds...

    Your post count is so high. I see why.
    Reminds me of what a horse's behind...leaves to lie.
    LMAO!
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    Haven't you seen the commercial? ...

    Haven't you seen the commercial?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NygbA9UYPw

    I've never repaired one either. However, my boss ordered something like this that came in a spray can to try...
  11. Correct. I don't where he got that idea. ...

    Uhh...no it doesn't.Final rinse is controlled by solenoid and pressure is set by PRV valve and street pressure to booster.[/QUOTE]

    Correct. I don't where he got that idea.



    Scroll up about...
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    R-E-A-D the thread. Problem S-O-L-V-E-D...:Faint:

    R-E-A-D the thread. Problem S-O-L-V-E-D...:Faint:
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    Well then, I guess we've wasted allotta money on...

    Well then, I guess we've wasted allotta money on machines weren't working...that miraculously began working for months "on end" without further issues...after replacing the probes

    **scratch-head**
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    Sounds like you're covering the same song I was...

    Sounds like you're covering the same song I was singing when I left Ecolab four years ago.

    I'd enjoyed working for the original company (Commercial Parts & Service). Then the owner sold out to...
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    I know what you MEAN! I made the same discovery...

    I know what you MEAN! I made the same discovery MYSELF about this AMANA company. They had marketed this oven some time back that they called a Radarange.

    I simply woke up, crawled out and..there...
  16. Thread: Hobart ov 500

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    Learned something new the other day about...

    Learned something new the other day about venting.

    One of our three gas-heated rack ovens was down for a month or so to repair the rack lift system (Sveba Dahlen ovens). Our 2nd shift mechanical...
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    We have those and 802s, but haven't had the...

    We have those and 802s, but haven't had the pleasure of tearing any down, so I don't know how heavy that is. My time's coming though.

    You gotta get resourceful for such things. Like Badbozo...
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    I'm no trained & certified Hobart tech, but I...

    I'm no trained & certified Hobart tech, but I work on enough of them (we have four). From my experience, the single most problematic component on the LXiH machines is that probe set located in the...
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    All of our Gaylord and Halton hoods shut down...

    All of our Gaylord and Halton hoods shut down their exhaust fans during their cleaning cycles. However, they're all on timers and run the cycle after business hours.
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    It took me a minute, but I see what you're...

    It took me a minute, but I see what you're saying.

    Yes, the newer setup (like mine) has a lever (#29) mounted to the end of the drive shaft (#8). The arm (#31) links that to the drive clutch (#29...
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    Our oldest CLe just turned 4 yro and had to...

    Our oldest CLe just turned 4 yro and had to replace the clutch, key, the software like the Teflon front/rear Teflon bearings for the drive shaft, seals, sliders and the plastic stuff. It all went...
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    Not quite the same sinful setup as that, but...

    Not quite the same sinful setup as that, but encountered a similar atrocity when I first started working where I do now.

    Double-stacked convection ovens, but each an entirely different...
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    I can't see UP to see if...there's no HOOD? I...

    I can't see UP to see if...there's no HOOD? I take it there's no hood...is there?

    Is that a Chinese restaurant? Sure seems to fit that standard.
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    Thanks beenthere for your fine moderation. I...

    Thanks beenthere for your fine moderation. I didn't see his other posts, but he rubbed me the wrong way even with this one.

    I see posts like that as something akin to a new guy barging into a...
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    Just sharing "Demonstrations in Physics"

    "And now I shall call your attention to a man named Julius Sumner Miller, who set forth on orchestrating many demonstrations of some of the most astonishing things. Will not these most fabulously...
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    I call that one a good catch, BadBozo. ...

    I call that one a good catch, BadBozo.

    Thankfully our set of Impingers have just one piece nozzle panels. No individual fingers. I can't remember for sure, but I think the panels are either...
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    Big dog? Naw, I'm just one of those little yappy...

    Big dog? Naw, I'm just one of those little yappy types that won't shut up...:cheers:
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    To my knowledge, a rotolock is just another name...

    To my knowledge, a rotolock is just another name for a SERVICE VALVE. Don't think there's a check valve in it. Maybe a Schrader valve in the pressure port?

    What do you mean by SPUN IT OFF? ...
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    Good point, Roundup. I'll elaborate on that a...

    Good point, Roundup. I'll elaborate on that a bit:



    I explain to folks that when they're troubleshooting electrical circuits and are focused on the component or system that's malfunctioning,...
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    Ahhh BOY! With it being located virtually right...

    Ahhh BOY! With it being located virtually right above those fryers, it will certainly need to be accessible due to the greater frequency of removal/cleaning that the Rational oven's metal mesh...
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    That was thoughtful to install a ladder to...

    That was thoughtful to install a ladder to provide easier access for those servicing his HVAC system.
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    Oops. Double post.

    Oops. Double post.
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    Okay, you made me look deeper into this. Been...

    Okay, you made me look deeper into this. Been many years since I've looked at a Warrick control board.

    Myself, I always want to verify my diagnosis maybe more than most folks. Funny how the cost...
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    Smurphy is correct about narrowing it down to...

    Smurphy is correct about narrowing it down to either the probes or the board. However, disconnecting the top probe should make the water board CALL for more water anyway and therefore energize the...
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    Snowbird, do you happen to have an OEM part...

    Snowbird, do you happen to have an OEM part number anyway?

    FYI and others, there's three notable conventions about food service equipment parts suppliers and their inventory. With you being from...
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    Hi wineguy, Your willingness to help others is...

    Hi wineguy,

    Your willingness to help others is commendable and I hope what you've presented here and in your other post will assist others in getting their dish machine back up and running.

    I...
  37. So you bought a Bacharach. Good stuff there. ...

    So you bought a Bacharach. Good stuff there. I'd like to have their C/A, but my boss won't approve the cost.

    You gotta a model # for RichO? He might go might interested.
  38. Apologies. A TIF (with one less F). I have the...

    Apologies. A TIF (with one less F). I have the 8800. Works just like a refrigerant sniffer. Mine has NiCAD batteries (I think) and the only issue is me not keeping it charged up. Replacements...
  39. I don't have the model #, but the one I've got is...

    I don't have the model #, but the one I've got is made by Tiff.

    Sent from my HTC0P3P7 using Tapatalk
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    A flame sensor being "hot" with an AC voltage is...

    A flame sensor being "hot" with an AC voltage is why they work. The DC current from the flame "rectification" proves the flame.

    I haven't seen much from the ignition control manufacturers stating...
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    The three guys on the ground have their hard-hats...

    The three guys on the ground have their hard-hats and back supports on. They're safe.

    Whatever they're doing, they got plenty of big rope to get it done.
  42. That's why I sorta questioned it as I suggested...

    That's why I sorta questioned it as I suggested it. It happened mostly on our old Rational C-Line ovens. As old as they are, I don't think they'll do a self-test.



    I didn't even think about...
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    Well, it's out of my hands for a few months. ...

    Well, it's out of my hands for a few months.

    That *company* came out. Looks like it's getting a once-over. New hoses, everything I'd replaced, a new upper air burner and...*cough*...a new upper...
  44. So I missed your later post. The book calls...

    So I missed your later post.

    The book calls for 3/4" water inlet (I think). However, we have 3/8" John Guest tubing feeding several of ours. I don't recommend that and I'm intending to correct...
  45. I'm going to throw this suggestion/question out...

    I'm going to throw this suggestion/question out there like I think I might have an idea. But, puh-LEASE...if I'm INCORRECT in my thinking, then correct me. I didn't go to skool on these.

    Now,...
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    In 1981ish while in the Marine Corps, we were on...

    In 1981ish while in the Marine Corps, we were on a few week-long det to Fallon NV. While there, one of the guys wanted to stop by a whor...uh...BROTHEL just outside of town (we were tourists from a...
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    WTF?!?!? bruni2 presented a question TODAY at...

    WTF?!?!?

    bruni2 presented a question TODAY at 9:22AM.

    There was no response to his question that I could see that was dated TODAY.

    THEN...it appears that he thanks someone for a reply that...
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    I really have nothing good to say here other than...

    I really have nothing good to say here other than to reiterate what everyone EXCEPT jimmyed said.

    I just wanted to say that.

    With that...Jimmyed? YES...you certainly posted this in the...
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    Didn't know what you meant, so searched it. I...

    Didn't know what you meant, so searched it. I now CURSE the internet search engine's capabilities of filling me in...:Faint:
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    Welp, just to be sure, I'll throw a few things up...

    Welp, just to be sure, I'll throw a few things up here. I was going to write something like this anyway, so hereit goes.

    These things apply to ALL steamers and combi-ovens when doing a chemical...
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