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    They're 480v. They pull about 94 amps per leg in...

    They're 480v. They pull about 94 amps per leg in oven mode. Can't imagine these units at 208. We have one 208v CM201 that draws nearly 100a and the 202s are twice its size.

    This kitchen has two...
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    When there were three of those old one, they had...

    When there were three of those old one, they had 4" at best between them. Now there's about. 18". The picture doesn't convey how much larger the old ovens are. They're beasts!

    For hold downs,...
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    Realized that I never shared the final outcome. ...

    Realized that I never shared the final outcome. Here's a photo with the two new Rationals on the right. The oven on the left is a twenty-one year old CCC-202 still in use. Its two identical...
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    Well, Badbozo explained the volts/amps...

    Well, Badbozo explained the volts/amps relationship pretty well, so I won't go there.

    Back to your problem: You had your 24+change VDC applied TO THE MOTOR TERMINALS. The motor should therefore...
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    Mmmmm. Not a good response towards one who took...

    Mmmmm. Not a good response towards one who took the time to attempt to help.

    Read what you said in your previous post and you'll understand that it didn't demonstrate a proper understanding of...
  6. Good one there. That'd certainly affect the...

    Good one there. That'd certainly affect the effectiveness of the wash cycle. I missed that he'd said food residue when I read it on my tiny phone.

    Since it's been looked over - again and again,...
  7. Is the hot water supplying the machine coming...

    Is the hot water supplying the machine coming from a water softening system using salt?

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  8. Although physical evidence proves otherwise, I've...

    Although physical evidence proves otherwise, I've often stated that I feel as if I'm getting TALLER. Why? It sure seems further down there to plant my derričre onto the floor...and CERTAINLY allot...
  9. I don't know whether you'd done a search here,...

    I don't know whether you'd done a search here, but questions about starting hot side work come up frequently. Here's an older thread that will link you into even older ones (see post #12 there). ...
  10. You'll want to get you a pretty thorough listing...

    You'll want to get you a pretty thorough listing of manufacturer's tech support phone numbers and access to service/parts manuals.

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    I personally never saw a millivolt system on the...

    I personally never saw a millivolt system on the Pitco Solstice fryers. They were all electronic ignition.

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    Yup. That's about right. To put it another...

    Yup. That's about right. To put it another way...

    When Pitco first brought those "Solstice" fryers to the market, their field training rep toted them as a fryer designed with "the technician in...
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    My choice of words were deceptive enough to bring...

    My choice of words were deceptive enough to bring you’all to this thread. Much like what brought customers to that BBQ joint.

    To continue with my story…those smokers were located in a...
  14. I keep responding to them, then asking myself...

    I keep responding to them, then asking myself "WTF am I doing?"

    Yet, I can't stop myself from answering their innately STUPID questions. These nitwits are j-u-s-t too special. The entertainment...
  15. I'm happy with that. My two new 480 volt...

    I'm happy with that. My two new 480 volt SCC-202_WE/5S (installed in Nov)...with their two-year warranties - will take that as well.

    The high limits TOO? That's just over the TOP from a warranty...
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    Frymaster didn’t advertise that very well. After...

    Frymaster didn’t advertise that very well. After all these years, I'd j-u-s-t stumbled upon that little rebuild kit last year. Their PUMP SERVICE KIT (part # 807-11973) is only listed the H50 S&P...
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    Just a story about knockers...

    Just recollecting a service call I was on more than a dozen years ago which still makes me laugh:

    A local BBQ joint owner named Bill called me to fix his flatbed smoker (MY description). I...
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    That says all. Caveat emptor. So Robot Coupe...

    That says all. Caveat emptor.

    So Robot Coupe is in the domestic market. Obviously they followed the same economic conventions for domestic stuff as everyone else. My observation is there must...
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    LOL! Well, coming from a guy whose business is...

    LOL!

    Well, coming from a guy whose business is to repair food equipment and to occasionally get service calls on those machines too - I rarely did. When I did, I was pretty much on my own (no...
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    That's pretty spiffy. Other than those old...

    That's pretty spiffy.

    Other than those old pressure fryers, I haven't had the pleasure of working on...uh...many Henny Penny units(:D). I always thought the service manuals for those were very...
  21. I just blew beer out my nose reading THAT!

    I just blew beer out my nose reading THAT!
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    Okay then. I guess I got more learnin' to do on...

    Okay then. I guess I got more learnin' to do on HSI setups. I don't see them very often at all.

    Even my Trane furnace has a HSI - located over on #1 in-shot burner, while a flame sensor rod is...
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    Ahhh...I think the HSI just lights the fire and...

    Ahhh...I think the HSI just lights the fire and has nothing to do with proving flame.

    The voltage at the flame rod isn't what you're concerned with either. As long as the module is working...
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    I guess a chicken rocket isn't a beer can, so...

    I guess a chicken rocket isn't a beer can, so that doesn't count. Based on your other post elsewhere, a chicken rocket is on its way to my house. Anxious to try it on my cheap Webber. I might see...
  25. Thread: Ribs this week

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    Alrighty now. I'ma gonna have to get me one of...

    Alrighty now. I'ma gonna have to get me one of those rockets.
  26. Thread: GE CN60 ovens

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    I gather from your location in your profile and...

    I gather from your location in your profile and your statement ABOVE - that you've found that southern beach for your wife. CONGRATS! :cheers:

    I used one of those carousel behemoths while on mess...
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    Yup, that's what it is. There's TWO...

    Yup, that's what it is.

    There's TWO attachments below. Obviously the photo is the module's terminals as they're labelled. L1 is where the flame sensor rod ties in with the HSI Page 15 of the...
  28. Thread: GE CN60 ovens

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    I'm with you there, happytech. Badbozo offered...

    I'm with you there, happytech. Badbozo offered some terrific info right there. My having the same experiences (and with same company) as you, I too had FEW opportunities to learn the finer nuances...
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    GOOD JOB by you! THAT was a lesson learned the...

    GOOD JOB by you!

    THAT was a lesson learned the hard way. Been there 'n done THAT for sure. You (we) NEVER forget those experiences.



    My eyeballs breezed right over that little statement...
  30. Thread: GE CN60 ovens

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    I serviced just ONE place that had an old GE like...

    I serviced just ONE place that had an old GE like that. A decades-old daycare. Every time I went there, they reminded me that Elvis Presley bought it for them and they really wanted to keep it...
  31. Thread: montague oven

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    The issue that Badbozo was suggesting can arise...

    The issue that Badbozo was suggesting can arise from the thermostat is this:

    It's a modulating thermostat. Its span of operation ranges from 100% gas flow to the burner (a full flame, such as...
  32. Thread: montague oven

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    Great points. That's certainly at the top of the...

    Great points. That's certainly at the top of the list as one of several issues caused by improper installation of modulating thermostats.
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    The ovens might each have dedicated gas line...

    The ovens might each have dedicated gas line regulators and the one for that oven may be on the fritz.

    I suggest checking gas pressure to that oven. It may be dropping too much during main burner...
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    A RATIONAL oven REVALATION

    I take care of twenty-six of 'em. Seven are gas. Although I've had fewer problems than the norm here, I'm still not so fond of the gas ones. Here's an excerpt of an e-mails I'm sending to their...
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    One more thing before I rush out the door to...

    One more thing before I rush out the door to work...

    Sounds like you went aftermarket on those parts and replaced the wiring. Since you did that, make sure the flame sensor is tied back to the...
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    Yes, connect your micro-amp meter in series with...

    Yes, connect your micro-amp meter in series with the module's GND (burner) terminal and the ground wire. you should read at least 0.8μA within six seconds after the dual-safety valve was energized....
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    My former company's policy employed a "thirty...

    My former company's policy employed a "thirty minutes of reasonably expected commute time" for the first and last travel of the day. If my first job was only fifteen minutes from my house, I clocked...
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    Here's the manual. Page 9 addresses that problem...

    Here's the manual. Page 9 addresses that problem with some tests to perform:

    http://download.partstown.com/is-bin/intershop.static/WFS/Reedy-PartsTown-Site/-/en_US/manuals/LIN-1116EA_spm.pdf
    ...
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    Cleveland Range

    I readily admit my naivety in what leads to business decisions. My twenty years in the military kept me ignorant of that financial (fiscal) stuff.

    I entered the civilian sector that way in '98...
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    I've only seen a few of those. Around here,...

    I've only seen a few of those. Around here, either a old Vulcan-Hart or a Franklin Chef relic of a range unit - rarely used and tucked away in some of the older churches I've service equipment at. ...
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    Ha! Their website is pretty useless and I didn't...

    Ha! Their website is pretty useless and I didn't find any parts resources on the web for that model or brand. You're going to need to call Turbo Air (German Knife) at 1-800-500-3519.

    All I could...
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    Installed new broilers today...

    I just thought I'd share my pictures. I had to give it a good hour to burn off the factory oil.

    They'll never look this way - this "UNTARNISHED"and pristine...ever again. This replaced an...
  43. It's just NOT working over there. It's turned...

    It's just NOT working over there. It's turned into an eTundra Q & A for equipment owners. All the techs at the place they'd dubbed "A Community for Techs, By Techs"...have appeared to have bowed...
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    I wholeheartedly agree. Cleveland and Groen are...

    I wholeheartedly agree. Cleveland and Groen are most prolific in my market, so I know of few others. The few others I DID see weren't the same quality or a faulty design. Other brands out there...
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    Hard to tell by the sideways and upside down...

    Hard to tell by the sideways and upside down pictures, but looks very much like a PerfectFry fryer.

    I had the same issue on a PerfectFry, so I opened up the control box. Wire colors sorta told...
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    Here's how I described it on YouTube: "A bench...

    Here's how I described it on YouTube:

    "A bench test of an impingement target burner for a commercial fryer before reinstalling it. New target deflectors and orifices installed. Comprised of:

    -...
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    2nd shift found it broken and...presently...not...

    2nd shift found it broken and...presently...not needed. They fixed it and it's being load-tested. It's passed the six month benchmark so far.

    I never thought we'd see so much of the other shops:...
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    MORE FIREWORKS

    You can certainly guess what this is out of...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nRK2jmTDC8
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    I too have used split bolts. I'm just not a...

    I too have used split bolts.

    I'm just not a fan of the idea of idea of using the crimp connectors for that since, to me, those are best suited for stranded wire. I'd be concerned that the...
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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