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  1. Is the thermostat cycling off at 325 degrees? I...

    Is the thermostat cycling off at 325 degrees? I don't see any Magic Chefs in commercial kitchens so not sure of the controls. If it is a kx thermostat with the center screw then you should be able...
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    You my man should work for yourself. You will...

    You my man should work for yourself. You will blow the competition away. This is the way I have been running my business for 23 years. Try asking a Hobart, GCS, or a Service Solutions man to...
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    Good techs don't replace part after part until...

    Good techs don't replace part after part until they find the problem. There are exceptions but a filter ain't one of them.
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    It depends if the frame of the ceramic burner got...

    It depends if the frame of the ceramic burner got torched/welded to the receiver slide of the fry tank. You will need to remove the blower fan and the insulation and blower box that you see in front...
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    For others that is a TS valve with pilot in/out. ...

    For others that is a TS valve with pilot in/out. You just need to know your two inlet /outlet sizes. The pilot comes in both 1/8 or 1/4 inch. The main line can be several different sizes.
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    This should be fairly easy to identify. Follow...

    This should be fairly easy to identify. Follow the cord to the terminal block and check your voltage from the cord. Now check your voltage at the outlet. They should be the same. If they are...
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    After you slide your pan over the inlet where the...

    After you slide your pan over the inlet where the two o-rings are take some saran wrap and wrap the inlet connection good and tight. Now try it.
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    Place your finger on the pickup and see if your...

    Place your finger on the pickup and see if your getting suction. This should tell you if the problem is in the pan/pickup or the motor/return lines.
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    If your going to replumb it then why not place...

    If your going to replumb it then why not place clean out ports where you can snake out the drain when it gets plugged.
  10. Thread: southbend

    by EjBreeze
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    Replace the module with the new style fenwall...

    Replace the module with the new style fenwall module has worked well for me.
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    http://berkelsalesservice.com/PDFs/PM20.pdf

    http://berkelsalesservice.com/PDFs/PM20.pdf
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    Make sure your pilot flame is proper size and the...

    Make sure your pilot flame is proper size and the electrode wire connectors are clean and secure.
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    The "p" is for pilot adjustment which you are not...

    The "p" is for pilot adjustment which you are not using. "B" is for BYPASS (MINIMUM BURNER FLAME) ADJUSTMENT. Check to see on the side what type of FD valve you have. I have seen some FD valves...
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    If you have a bypass screw adjustment on that...

    If you have a bypass screw adjustment on that thermostat check to see if it is set to wide open.

    http://www.icca.invensys.com/uniline/e/e38.pdf
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    You need to identify were the problem is. You...

    You need to identify were the problem is. You have looked at the obvious. This will tell you what direction the problem lies.
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    When you had the regulator off did you open up...

    When you had the regulator off did you open up the water line to visually inspect the flow?
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    I don't think you have a pressure problem rather...

    I don't think you have a pressure problem rather a flow problem since your static pressure after the regulator is reading 25 psi. I think I would want to start removing these fittings to see what is...
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    Did you check the line strainer or any check...

    Did you check the line strainer or any check valves inline with the solenoid? Have you taken the solenoid apart to check scale/dirt conditions?
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    Your description sounds like a classic failing...

    Your description sounds like a classic failing regulator. The flow is reduced from usually scale build up and dirt.
  20. Thread: Yellow Flames

    by EjBreeze
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    Poor air to gas ratio (not enough air mixed with...

    Poor air to gas ratio (not enough air mixed with gas for complete combustion of fuel)
    Dirt, rust, dust,grease, (any obstruction that has restricted the venturi section of your burner where air and...
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    Check the stop switch to make sure it is N/C.

    Check the stop switch to make sure it is N/C.
  22. Nalco announces merger agreement with Ecolab

    Nalco has announced that it will be merging with Ecolab, a provider of cleaning, sanitising, food safety and infection prevention products and services.

    The agreement has been unanimously ratified...
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    Good job! You had me thinking they were stating...

    Good job! You had me thinking they were stating to make throw away equipment :)
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    The 3646410 is thermostatic controlled. The...

    The 3646410 is thermostatic controlled. The 36464 is infinite switch controlled. Does the ball valve screwed on at the bottom hold the out cover on? If it becomes to much of a hassle you can...
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    Why not just change the regulator part of the...

    Why not just change the regulator part of the valve. Check with Allpoints. It should only be a few dollars.
  26. What parts? Float assy or relay?

    What parts? Float assy or relay?
  27. It sounds like someone converted it. The float...

    It sounds like someone converted it. The float controls water and heat. The pair of black wires coming out of it is the bottom float that is normally open. The pair of red wires is the upper float...
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    X2, But if you want replace the thermostat,...

    X2, But if you want replace the thermostat, high limit, and gas valve
  29. Thread: hobart parts

    by EjBreeze
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    If your walking up to the parts counter ask to...

    If your walking up to the parts counter ask to see their manual of the model you are working on. If they give you that look or sigh when you ask then ask for the parts manager. That's what I do and...
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    Those pilot heads needs to be super hot with a...

    Those pilot heads needs to be super hot with a red glow to make the pilot safety stay open. In the past I have tried cleaning out the orifice with no luck. Blue burns isn't hot enough. Replace the...
  31. I never have liked fryer modules or built in...

    I never have liked fryer modules or built in pumps. They are a grease catcher and a PIA to work on. If for some reason the customer has to buy a new fryer then they must replace the whole unit. ...
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    So you don't work on electrics? You have never...

    So you don't work on electrics? You have never seen a older frymaster, annets, dean wired this way? Never came across a missed wired fryer? I have never assumed anything when working on a piece of...
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    Hi hope you checked the hi limit is wired into...

    Hi hope you checked the hi limit is wired into the pilot circuit and not inline with the thermostat. Been a pro....25 years and 6 figures.
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    Again how would that test a hi limit that fails...

    Again how would that test a hi limit that fails at lets say 300 degrees?
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    Why would you jump out the hi limit? I would...

    Why would you jump out the hi limit? I would want to see if it is failing at a lower temp also. As long as it doesn't fail under the highest setting on the tstat then what is the point?
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    It was a millivolt control fryer. If the pilot...

    It was a millivolt control fryer. If the pilot isn't strong enough to heat up the thermopile to generate the proper millivolt to open the gas valve then it will not work but will still keep the...
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    You can start both ovens up at the same time and...

    You can start both ovens up at the same time and observe which oven cycles off first. Having two temp meters makes this fairly simple. If the slower oven doesn't cycle off close to the other I would...
  38. Thread: hobart parts

    by EjBreeze
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    What discounts off list are you seeing?

    What discounts off list are you seeing?
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    You will want to start out with the schematic for...

    You will want to start out with the schematic for the Liquid Level Board . That will give you the wiring for your fill solenoid, low water light if you have one and pass the control circuit voltage...
  40. Thread: cooking

    by EjBreeze
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    Look at drawing number 105881. Most likely your...

    Look at drawing number 105881. Most likely your problem is here.

    http://www.clevelandrange.com/docs/uploaded/cle/CRManuals/24CGA10_Parts.pdf
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    The way I handle these mixers is to have a parts...

    The way I handle these mixers is to have a parts breakdown on hand and remove piece by piece in order unless you can obviously see the problem.
  42. Thread: cooking

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    If your condensate traps are leaking ( what looks...

    If your condensate traps are leaking ( what looks like a dryer) coming off the compartment supply lines then you could have the steam travel back up the compartment drain line and vent. Normal...
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    I had a switch go out this week. The switch is...

    I had a switch go out this week. The switch is up against the back of the oven where it gets a lot of heat. Tell your customer to keep- the vents clean and if your motor shaft is long enough you...
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    It's been a while since I saw a lang MM36 but if...

    It's been a while since I saw a lang MM36 but if I recall all three heaters should never be on at once. I believe one is just a keep warm heater when the rack is in the up position. When the rack...
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    Actually it looks in fair shape except for the...

    Actually it looks in fair shape except for the cracked IR burner. Most of these are close in size and can be replaced by matching up th size in a Allpoints catalog. Here is another helpful page:
    ...
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    The best descaler I have found to use with the...

    The best descaler I have found to use with the Everpure system is from Enerco. Far better than the orange descaler Everpure suggests and very reasonable.
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    The DFG-100-XCEL has had a problem with flame...

    The DFG-100-XCEL has had a problem with flame sense on even new ovens. The burner lights from the right side and jumps from burner to burner until the flame sense at the left is finally approved. ...
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