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    Give this a read. ...

    Give this a read. https://www.stero.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/F45577-SG-SU-Service-Parts-Manual.pdf
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    Nice plumbing work but I am going to complain...

    Nice plumbing work but I am going to complain about the necked down stainless hose you are using. Probably inadequate for your machine. Now if you used a full port 3/4" stainless hose it would be...
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    See if the washer sits level and is not over...

    See if the washer sits level and is not over filling.
  4. Thread: Thermopiles

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    It really depends on where you are going to use...

    It really depends on where you are going to use it and the aggressiveness of the pilot.
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    Hobart Model: LXIGC sanitizer pump dwell

    I'm trying to set the dwell on the sanitizer pump which currently is at the lowest setting of 1. Using the program buttons on the PCB on the pullout tray I can navigate to the sanitizer pump dwell...
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    Thanks VanMan. I went back today and found the...

    Thanks VanMan. I went back today and found the top half of the wall plug was dead and tripped the breaker. I did check out what you suggested and all was fine. I observed all three cooling fans...
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    Alto Shaam CTP-10-10G

    The F20 position 15 amp fuse blows after 3-5 hours. Is there a common problem that is associated with blowing that fuse? Thanks.
  8. Make sure the fill and rinse solenoids along with...

    Make sure the fill and rinse solenoids along with the drain are not leaking water. Have you compared your equipment TDS reading against a portable meter to see if your equipment is reading...
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    I remember the wolf. I still have a few...

    I remember the wolf. I still have a few customers that have these.
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    Most small range convection ovens alway present a...

    Most small range convection ovens alway present a problem. I never met one that held up like a full size convection oven.
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    Yes Blodgett isn't in that group of three I...

    Yes Blodgett isn't in that group of three I mentioned. The old Blodgett DFG's where a great oven as with the older wolf ovens. These were 30-40 year ovens. And in some schools where sanitation is a...
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    The Montague 2-115 A(G) has no PC boards unlike a...

    The Montague 2-115 A(G) has no PC boards unlike a Blodgett DFG 100, or Hobart, Wolf or Vulcan Convection oven which all use S/S temp controls and ignition. BTW which are the same oven just with a...
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    My suggestion would be a Montague 2-115 A(G) . ...

    My suggestion would be a Montague 2-115 A(G) . They are going to cost you but I think they are the best ones on the market today.
  14. Go work for yourself. Your personal service will...

    Go work for yourself. Your personal service will kill these big guy and you will have fun making them look bad. I've been doing it for 30 years and it gets easier every year. On a side note the...
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    It sounds like you are getting a ghost voltage...

    It sounds like you are getting a ghost voltage reading meaning under load the voltage is not present. I would look to see if this is happening because of the neutral or the hot leg.
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    Hobart to sell parts only online?

    A friend who is a long time employee at Hobart tells me soon you will only be able to buy parts online through their website. If you call them you will be referred to their website. All those part...
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    Also check the tubing for blockage running to the...

    Also check the tubing for blockage running to the gauge and the two pressure switches. I had blockage on the gauge side and it was showing the wrong pressure. The low water float is only required...
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    Multidirectional Tripod Dollies ...

    Multidirectional Tripod Dollies

    https://www.mcmaster.com/#casters/=1777fvs
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    It seems then you need to own your own business...

    It seems then you need to own your own business to make any real good money. With all the lackluster techs out there working for the big companies it isn't to far fetched to do and succeed. To be a...
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    What does a graduate make these days coming out...

    What does a graduate make these days coming out of school? Thanks.
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    Well said!!!!

    Well said!!!!
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    Your assuming I don't. And even if I didn't...

    Your assuming I don't. And even if I didn't common courtesy goes along way. I treat my customers like I would want to be treated. First rule when your in business for yourself and one I have...
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    Think about it. If tech support assumes you...

    Think about it. If tech support assumes you should know this then why am I calling?
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    Grumpy Tech Support

    I am about fed up with most companies tech support and how they conduct themselves on a call. I'm tired of their poor helping attitude. If they hate their job so much then they should move on. Not...
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    I advise my customers of a improper installed...

    I advise my customers of a improper installed piece of equipment. I also tell them the costs to service this item in the present condition each time it should need service. I also use Hobart's...
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    Compressors on roofs or steamer boiler tanks. They all make you feel old.
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    Yes exactly. Have you ever been on a cruise ship...

    Yes exactly. Have you ever been on a cruise ship standing in line to toast your bagel with three lines on the card? It's painful.
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    Pop ups are slow. I would look towards...

    Pop ups are slow. I would look towards Toastmaster or Hobart for the highest wattage available. Anything else is for home use. The number of element card lines will set the toast time.
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    If your talking a conveyor toaster which Holman...

    If your talking a conveyor toaster which Holman makes I would prefer a Savory or a Hatco. Why mess with glass elements?
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    Crimp a stainless connector of your choice on the...

    Crimp a stainless connector of your choice on the end with a proper crimper. Been doing it for 30 years. Just fixed one the other day I crimped 15 years ago :)
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    Actually they are at the low end of the appliance...

    Actually they are at the low end of the appliance chain. Many items they sell parts are not available.
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    Waring is a throw away product. They have no...

    Waring is a throw away product. They have no purpose in a commercial kitchen.
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    No I usually crimp a connector to the end. Works...

    No I usually crimp a connector to the end. Works the same.
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    I would check from the love joy on up. If the...

    I would check from the love joy on up. If the bearing assy going through the bottom of the machine is not true then it will do this.
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    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.
  44. Thread: southbend

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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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