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modular 70-40 FTGS-T Fry Top

modular 70-40 FTGS-T Fry Top

GENERAL PRESCRIPTIONS

  • READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY. IT PROVIDES IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE SAFE INSTALLATION, USE, AND MAINTENANCE OF THE APPLIANCE.
  • FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH WHAT IS PRESENTED BELOW MAY COMPROMISE THE SAFETY OF THE EQUIPMENT. THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR INJURY RESULTING FROM FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES.
  • TRANSLATION OF THE ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS.
  • APPLIANCES NEED PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION, PLACING, AND/OR FIXATION AND CONNECTION TO THE MAINS.
  • SEE SECTION “INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS” THE APPLIANCES NEED PRECAUTIONS FOR CLEANING. SEE THE SECTION ” INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING”.
  • THE SYMBOL ” HIGH VOLTAGE” IS PLACED ON A PANEL THAT GIVES ACCESS TO A PART WITH HIGH VOLTAGE.
  • THIS EQUIPMENT IS DESIGNED FOR cOMMERCIAL SETTINGS, FOR EXAMPLE, RESTAURANT KITCHENS, CANTEENS, HOSPITALS, OR COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES SUCH AS BAKERIES, BUTCHERIES ECT.
  • BUT IT IS NOT DESIGNED FOR MASS PRODUCTION OF FOOD.
  • THESE PIECES OF EQUIPMENT ARE DESIGNED FOR FOOD FRYING AND FOR PROFESSIONAL USE. OTHER USES ARE NOT APPROPRIATE.
  • DO NOT CLEAN THE EQUIPMENT WTH DIRECTS WATER JETS, HIGH PRESSURE, OR STEAM CLEANER.
  • RESTORE THE OIL BATH WHENEVER IT FALLS BELOW THE MIN.
  • LEVEL, MARKED BY THE SPECIAL REFERENCE NOTCH. IRE)
  • FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE OF THE APPLIANCE, REGULARLY CHANGE THE OIL USED. OVERUSING AN OIL REDUCES ITS
  • FLASHPOINT AND INCREASES ITS TENDENCY TO BOIL SUDDENLY.
  • MIND THE EFFECTS THAT MOIST FOOD OR A BIG QUANTITY OF FOOD MIGHT HAVE ON THE SUDDEN BOILING OF OIL.

Keep this manual in a safe place, known to all users, so that it can be consulted throughout the working life of the appliance. This equipment is designed for cooking food. It is intended for industrial use. Any other use is to be considered improper operating. This appliance is not intended for use by people (including children) with limited physical, sensory or mental abilities or without experience knowledge of it. and Unless they are supervised or instructed in its use by a person responsible for their safety. Do not leave de appliance unattended in presence of children and ensure that the latter do not have acces to the appliance. The appliance must be used by trained personnel. Do not leave the appliance unattended when operating.

DO NOT STORE ” AMMABLE MATERIALS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE APPLIANCE. FIRE HAZARD.

The appliance must be installed in a well-ventilated room. Inadequate ventilation causes asphyxia. Do not obstruct the ventilation system of the place where the appliance is installed. Do not obstruct the vents or ducts of this or other appliances. In the event of an appliance fault or malfunction, shut the gas shut-off valve and/or switch the appliance off at the main switch installed upline Installation and conversion to a different type of gas must be carried out by qualified technicians authorized by the manufacturer, in compliance with current safety standards and the instructions in this manual. Appliance maintenance and conversion to a different type of gas must be carried out by qualified manufacturer, in compliance with current safety technicians authorized by the standards and the instructions in this manual. Clean the appliance following the instructions given in Chapter ” INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING”.

DISPOSAL OF PACKING AND OF THE APPLIANCE

PACKING

  • The packing is made using environmentally friendly materials.
  • The plastic recyclable components are the transparent cover, the bags containing the instructions manual, and nozzles (made of Polyethylene – PE).
  • the straps (in Polypropylene PP).

APPLIANCE

  • The appliance is manufactured 90% from recyclable metals (stainless steel, aluminum sheet, copper.
  • The appliance must be scrapped in compliance with current regulations governing such disposal.
  • Make the appliance unusable before scrapping It must be disposed of properly.

HE SYMBOLS SHOWING A CRoSSED-OUT VASTE CONTAINER ON THE UNIT OR PACKAGE INDICATES THAT AT THE END F ITS LIFE CYCLE, THE PRODUCT MUST E COLLECTED SEPARATE FROM OTHER WASTE. THE DIFFERENTIATED COLLECTION OF THIS EQUIPMENT IS ORGANISED AND MANAGED BY THE PRODUCER. THE USER WHO INTENDS TO GET RID OF THIS EQUIPMENT SHALL CONTACT THE PRODUCER AND FOLLOW THE SYSTEM THAT THE LATTER HAS USED IN ORDER TO COLLECT THE EQUIPMENT SEPARATELY AT THE END OF ITS LIFE. PROPER SEPARATE cOLLECTION HELPS PREVENT POSSIBLE NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH AND FAVOURS THE REUSE AND/OR RECYCLING OF THE UNIT’S MATERIALS. ABUSIVE DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT BY THE HOLDER WILL RESULT IN THE APPLICATION OF PENALTIES AS PER CURRENT STANDARDS.

SAFETY DEVISES SAFETY THERMOSTAT

The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage or injury resulting from failure to observe the following rules. The appliance is equipped with a manual reset safety thermostat that interrupts heating when the operating temperature exceeds the maximum permitted value.

TO RESTORE APPLIANCE OPERATION, A OPEN THE DOOR AND PRESS THE THERMOSTAT RESET BUTTON. THIS PROCEDURE MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED, AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION

REMINDERS FOR THE INSTALLER

  • READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY.
  • IT PROVIDES IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE SAFE INSTALLATION, USE, AND MAINTENANCE OF THE APPLIANCE.
  • FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH WHAT IS PRESENTED BELOW MAY COMPROMISE THE SAFETY OF THE EQUIPMENT.
  • THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR INJURY RESULTING FROM FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE

FOLLOWING RULES.

  • identify the specific appliance model.
  • The model number is detailed on the packing and on the appliance data plate.
  • The appliance must be installed in a well-ventilated room.
  • Installation and conversion to a different type of gas must be carried out by qualified technicians authorized by the manufacturer, in compliance
  • with current safety standards and the instructions in this manual.
  • Appliance maintenance and conversion to a different type of gas must be carried out by qualified technicians authorized by the manufacturer, in compliance with current safety standards and the instructions in this manual.
  • Do not obstruct any air vents or drains present on the appliance.
  • Do not tamper with appliance components.

REFERENCE STANDARDS AND LAWS

  • Install the appliance in accordance with the safety standards in force in the country.

UNPACKING

  • Check the state of the packing and in the event of damage, ask the delivery person to inspect the goods.
  • Remove the packing.
  • Remove the protective film from the outer panels.
  • Use a suitable solvent to remove any residual adhesive from the panels.

POSITIONING

The overall dimensions of the appliance and the position of connections are given on the installation diagram at the end of this manual. – The appliance can be installed singly or in combination with other appliances in the same product range.

  • The appliance is not suitable for integrated installation. Position the appliance at least 10 cm from adjacent walls.
  • If the appliance is to be placed near walls, dividers, kitchen furniture, decorative elements, etc. this must be made of non-combustible materials
  • Otherwise, they must be covered with suitable non-combustible heat insulating materials. Level the appliance by means of the height-adjustable feet

APPLIANCE ASSEMBLY WITH BASE AND BRIDGE

Follow the instructions provided with the type of support utilized.

FUMES EXHAUST SYSTEM
Create a fumes exhaust system based on the ” Type ” of the appliance. The” Type ” is stated on the appliance data plate.

“A1 ” TYPE APPLIANCE
Position the “A1” type appliance below an extractor hood to ensure smoke and fumes generated by cooking are removed.

“B21 ” TYPE APPLIANCE
Position the “B21” type appliance below an extractor hood.

“B11 ” TYPE APPLIANCE
Fit the “B11” type appliance with a suitable flue, available from the appliance manufacturer. Follow the assembly instructions provided with the flue. Connect the flue to a 150/155 mm diameter hose, heat resistant to 300°C. Vent to the outside or into an efficient flue. The hose length must not exceed 3 meters.

CONNECTIONS

The position and dimensions of connections are given in the installation diagram at the end of this manual.

CONNECTION TO THE GAS SUPPLY
Check that the appliance is designed to operate with the type of gas supply present on site. Check the information given on the decals on the packing and appliance. Convert the appliance to the local gas type, if necessary. Follow the instructions in the next paragraph “Conversion to a different type of gas”.

  • On top of appliances, a rear connection is also available.
  • Remove the plug present and screw it tightly onto the front connector. A rapid-action g as shut-off valve must be fitted upstream of the appliance in an easily accessible position.
  • Do not use connection pipes having a diameter Smaller than that of the appliance’s gas connector Once the appliance has been installed, check for gas leaks at the connection points.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

  • Check if the appliance is designed to operate at the voltage and frequency of the power supply present on site.
  • Check the details given on the appliance data plate and plaque near the terminal board.
  • Install upstream of the equipment in an easily accessible place, an all-pole disconnecting device with a contact gap allowing full disconnection under the conditions of overvoltage category.
  • A flexible rubber cable with insulation specifications not lower than type H05 RN-F must be used for a connection.
  • Connect the power supply cable to the terminal board as shown in the wiring diagram supplied with the appliance. Secure the power supply cable with the cable clamp.
  • Protect the power supply cable on the outside of the appliance with rigid plastic or metal pipe.
  • If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or his service center or by a person with similar qualifications to prevent any risk.

THE SYMBOL ” HIGH VOLTAGE” IS PLACED ON A PANEL THAT GIVES ACCESS TO A PART WITH HIGH VOLTAGE.

PROTECTIVE EARTH AND EARTH BONDING CONNECTIONS

  • Connect the appliance to an efficient ground circuit. Connect the earth conductor to the terminal with the symbol modular-65-40-FRG-Gas-Fryer-FIG-1next to the main terminal board.
  • Connect the metal structure of the appliance to the equipotential node. Connect the conductor to the terminal with the symbol modular-65-40-FRG-Gas-Fryer-FIG-2on the outside part of the bottom.

CONNECTION TO THE WATER SUPPLY

  • The appliance must be connected to a potable water supply.
  • The water inlet pressure must be between 150 kPa and 300 KPa.
  • Use a pressure reducer if the inlet pressure is above the maximum permitted level. Install a mechanical filter and a shut-off valve upstream of the appliance at an easily accessible point.
  • Make sure the water circuit is free of ferrous particles before connecting the filter and the appliance.
  • Seal any unused connectors with a plug.
  • Once the appliance has been installed, check for gas leaks at the connection points.

CONNECTION TO THE WATER DRAIN

  • The water drainage system must be made using materials resistant to temperatures of 100 C.
  • The bottom of the appliance must not be subjected to steam produced by the drainage of hot water. Install a siphoned floor drain with grating below the water drain cock of Boiling pans and in front of Bratt pans.

CONVERSION TO ANOTHER TYPE OF GAS 

  • The table specifies: which gas can be used for the appliance.
  • the nozzles and settings for each gas that can be used.
  • For nozzles, the number indicated in table TAB1 is also stamped on the body of nozzles.
  • To convert the appliance to the local gas type, follow the instructions given in TAB1 and carry out the steps below: – Replace the main burner nozzle (UM). Adjust the main burner’s air regulator to distance.
  • Replace the main burner nozzle (UM). Adjust the main burner’s air regulator to distance A.
  • Replace the pilot burner nozzle (UP). Adjust the pilot burner air ” ow (if necessary). Replace the gas valve with a minimum nozzle (Um).
  • Affix the adhesive tab indicating the new type of gas used.
  • The nozzles and adhesive tabs are supplied with the appliance.

REPLACING THE NOZZLE AND THE MAIN BURNER PRIMARY AIR REGULATION

  • Slacken screw V.
  • Remove nozzle UM (fitted to air regulator 2) and replace it with the one indicated in table TAB1.
  • Retighten nozzle UM (fitted to air regulator Z).
  • Adjust air regulator Z to distance A as shown in table TAB1. Retighten screw V fully. Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in reverse order.

REPLACING THE PILOT BURNER NOZZLE

  • Remove the front panel.
  • Open the door. Undo connector R.
  • Remove nozzle UP and replace it with the one indicated in table TAB1. Retighten connector R.
  • Reassemble all parts. Following, in reverse order, the sequence used for their removal.

COMMISSIONING

  • Following installation, conversion to a different type of gas, or any maintenance operations, check appliance operation. In the event of any malfunction, consult the next Paragraph Troubleshooting

GAS APPLIANCES

  • Switch on the appliance as directed in the instructions and reminders for use given in Chapter “INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE ” and check the gas supply pressure (see next Paragraph). the correct ignition of the burners and the effectiveness of the fumes removal system.

CHECKING THE GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE

  • To measure the gas supply pressure using a manometer with a minimum definition of 0,1 bar.
  • Remove the control panel
  • Remove the screw from on pressure test point PP and connect the manometer to the test point. Make the measurement with the appliance in operation.

IMPORTANT! IF THE GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE IS NOT WITHIN THE LIMITS (MIN. MAX) INDICATED IN TABLE TAB2 CEASE OPERATION OF THE APPEARANCE AND CONTACT THE GAS UTILITY COMPANY.

Disconnect the manometer and reignite the retaining Screw on the pressure connection. ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Switch on the appliance as directed in the instructions and reminders for use given in Chapter “INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE and check the current values of each phase. the correct operation of the heating elements.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

  • REMINDERS FOR THE USER TO READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY.
  • IT PRoVIDES IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SAFE INSTALLATION, USE, AND MAINTENANCE OF THE APPLIANCE.
  • THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR INJURY RESULTING FROM FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING RULES.

For after-sales service, contact technical assistance centers authorized by the manufacturer and demand the use of original spare parts. ave the appliance serviced at least twice a year. Opens Taking outa service he a meet professional use and e oPEtded oy ruined pes he restrictions for use. Any other use oking for as 0 USe. Any other use is considered to be improper. Do not allow the appliance to operate empty for prolonged periods. only pre-neat the oven Just before Use. Do not leave the appliance unattended while in operation. In the event of an appliance fault or malfunction, shut the gas shut-off valve and/or Switch the appliance off at the main switch installed upline. Clean the appliance following the instructions given in Chapter

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING” DO NOT STORE ” FLAMMABLE MATERIALS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE APPLIANCE HAZARD.

Do not obstruct any air vents or drains present on the. appliance. Do not tamper with appliance components. Keep this manual in a state place, known to all Users, so that it can be consulted throughout the working life of the appliance. Installation and appliance maintenance must be carried out by qualified technicians authorized by the manufacturer, in compliance with current safety standards and the instructions in this Appliance maintenance and conversion to d qualified technicians authorized by the manufacturer, in compliance with current safety standards and the instructions in this manual.

USING THE GAS FRY-TOP WITH TAP

The appliance is deisgned for cooking foods directly on the hotplate (steaks, hanburgers, fish, vegetable, etc.). hotplate must not be to heat pans or on fish, The saucepans. Empty the grease collection tray several times a day

BURNER IGNITION AND EXTINCTION

The gas tap control knob has the following positions:modular 70-40 FTGS-T Fry Top 2

PILOT IGNITION

  • Press and turn knob to “pilot on”.
  • Press the knob down fully and light the pilot using the piezoelectric igniter.
  • Hold the knob down for about 20 seconds before releasing it. If the pilot flame goes out, repeat the operation.
  • The pilot flame can be seen through the peephole.

MAIN BURNER IGNITION

  • To light the main burner, turn the knob from “pilot on” to “max. flame”.
  • Next, depending on cooking requirements, turn the knob to any position between ” max. flame ” and ” min. flame”.

TURNING OFF

  • To switch the main burner off, turn the knob to position” pilot on”
  • To switch off the pilot flame, press and turn the knob to position ” Off”.

GAS GRIDDLE WITH THERMOSTATIC TAP USE

The appliance is deisgned for cooking foods directly on the hotplate (steaks, hanburgers, fish, vegetables, etc. ). fish, The hotplate must not be to heat pans or saucepans. Take particular care when using the chromed fry- top. Always clean the cooking surface and remove any food residues immediately after cooking. While cooking, handle food only with the special scraper for the smooth fry-top or the toothed scraped for the ribbed fry-top. The appliance is equipped with a manual reset safety thermostat that interrupts heating when the operating temperature exceeds the maximum permitted value. Empty the grease collection tray several times a day.

BURNER IGNITION AND EXTINCTION

PILOT IGNITION

  • Turn the knob to position ” pilot on “.
  •  Press the knob down fully and ight the pilot using the piezoelectric igniter.
  •  Hold the knob down for about 20 seconds before releasing it. If the pilot flame goes out, repeat the operation.
  •  The pilot flame can be seen through the peep hole, visible when the grease collection tray is removed.
  •  The pilot burner can be lit with a flame; for access, remove the grease vollection tray.

MAIN BURNER IGNITION

Turn the knob to the chosen temperature setting for cooking.

TURNING OFF

  •  To switch the main burner off, turn the knob to position” pilot on”.
  • To switch off the pilot flame, press and turn the knob to position ” Off”.

USING THE ELECTRIC FRY-TOP

The appliance is deisgned for cooking foods directly on the hotplate (steaks, hanburgers, fish, vegetables, etc. ). The hotplate must not be to heat fish, pans or saucepans. Take particular care when using the chromed fry- top. Always clean the cooking surface and remove any food residues immediately after cooking. While cooking, handle food only with the special scraper for the smooth fry-top or the toothed scraped for the ribbed fry-top. The appliance is equipped with a manual reset safety thermostat that interrupts heating when the operating temperature exceeds the maximum permitted value. Empty the grease collection tray several times day.

SWITCHING ON AND OFFmodular 70-40 FTGS-T Fry Top 3

SWITCHING ON

  •  Turn the thermostat knob to the chosen temperature setting for cooking.
  •  the yellow and the green indicator lamp turn on.
  • The yellow indicator light switches off when the oven reaches the set temperature.

TURNING OFF

  • Turn the thermostat knob to position ” 0″.
  •  the yellow and the green indicator lamp turn off.

PROLONGED DISUSE

  • Before any prolonged disuse of the appliance, proceed as follows:
  •  Clean the appliance thoroughly.
  • Rub stainless steel surfaces with a cloth soaked in vaseline oil to create a protective film.
  • Close cocks or main switches ahead of the appliances.

Following prolonged disuse, proceed as follows:

  •  Inspect the appliance thoroughly before using it again.
  • Allow electric appliances to operate at the lowest temperature for at least 60 minutes.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING

  •  Clean the satin finish stainless steel exterior surfaces, the cooking wells and the surface of the hotplates every day.
  • At least twice a year, have an authorized technician clean the internal parts of the appliance.
  •  Do not use corrosive products to clean the floor beneath the appliance.
  •  Do not use direct or high pressure water jets to clean the appliance.

SATIN FINISH STAINLESs STEEL SURFACES

  •  Clean the surfaces with a cloth or sponge using water and proprietary non-abrasive detergents.
  • Follow the direction of the satin finish lines. Rinse repeatedly and dry thoroughly.
  • Do not use pan scourers or other iron items.
  • Do not use chemical products containing chlorine.
  • Do not use sharp objects which might scratch and damage the surfaces.

HOTPLATE IN DUCTILE IRON

  • Clean surfaces with a damp cloth.
  • Switch on for a few minutes to dry rapidly.
  • Lubricate surfaces with a fine coat of food grade oil.
  •  Do not use pan scourers or abrasive powder detergents.

CHROMED HOTPLATE

  •  Clean the cooking surface while it is still moderately hot (approx. 80-100 °C). Use a cloth or sponge soaked in water and vinegar. Rinse repeatedly and dry thoroughly.
  •  Do not use pan scourers or abrasive powder detergents.
  •  Do not use chemical products containing chlorine.
  •  Do not use sharp objects which might scratch and damage the surfaces.

COLLECTION TRAYS

Clean the surface, removing grease, oil, food residue etc…

INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE

  • ldentify the specific appliance model. The model number is detailed on the packing and on the appliance dataplate.
  • The appliance must be installed in a well-ventilated room.
  • Do not obstruct any air vents or drains present on the appliance.
  • Do not tamper with appliance components.
  • Appliance maintenance and conversion to a different type of gas must be carried out by qualified technicians authorized by the manufacturer, in compliance with current safety the standards and the instructions in this manual.

CONVERSION TO ANOTHER TYPE OF GAS
See Chapter ” Instructions for installation “.

COMMISSIONING
See Chapter ” Instructions for installation “.

TROUBLESHOOTING

GAS FRY-TOP WITH TAP

THE PILOT BURNER DOES NOT LIGHT.

Possible causes:

  • Insufficient gas supply pressure.
  • Blocked tubing or nozzle.
  • Defective gas tap or valve.
  • lgniter defective or not properly connected.
  • lgniter or igniter wire defective.

PILOT BURNER GOES OUT DURING USE.

  • Possible causes:
  • Insufficient gas supply pressure.
  • Defective gas tap or valve.
  • Defective thermocouple or insufficient heating.
  • Thermocouple incorrectly connected to gas tap or valve.
  • The gas cock and/or gas valve knob is not being pressed enough.

THE MAIN BURNER DOES NOT LIGHT (EVEN THOUGH PILOT IS LIT).

  • Possible causes:
  • Insufficient gas supply pressure.
  • Blocked tubing or nozzle.
  • Defective gas tap or valve.
  • Defective burner (gas outlet holes clogged).

HEATING CAN NOT BE ADJUSTED.

  • Possible causes:
  •  Defective gas tap

GAS GRIDDLE WITH THERMOSTATIC TAP THE PILOT BURNER DOES NOT LIGHT.

Possible causes:

  •  Insufficient gas supply pressure.
  • Blocked tubing or nozzle
  • Defective gas tap or valve. igniter defective or not properly connected.
  • Igniter or igniter wire defective.

PILOT BURNER GOES OUT DURING USE.

  • Possible causes:
  • Insufficient gas supply pressure.
  • Defective gas tap or valve.
  • Defective thermocouple or insufficient heating.
  • Thermocouple incorrectly connected to gas tap or valve.
  • Knob of gas tap or valve not pressed sufficiently.

HEATING CANNOT BE ADJUSTED.

  • Possible causes:
  • Defective gas valve.

ELECTRIC FRY-TOP THE APPLIANCE DOES NOT HEAT.

  • Possible causes:
  • Temperature thermostat defective.
  • Heating elements defective.
  • Safety thermostat tripped.

HEATING CANNOT BE ADIUSTED.

  • Possible causes:
  • Temperature thermostat defective.

REPLACING COMPONENTS

WARNING

  • REMINDERS FOR REPLACING COMPONENTS
  • SHUT THE GAS SHUT-OFF VALVE
  • AND/OR SWITCH THE APPLIANCE OFF AT THE MAIN SwITCH INSTALLED UPSTREAM.
  • AFTER REPLACING A GAS SYSTEM
  • COMPONENT, CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS AT
  • CONNECTION POINTS.
  • DISCONNECT THE APPLIANCE ELECTRIC
  • SUPPLY, IF PRESENT, BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY OPERATION.
  • AFTER REPLACING AN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMPONENT, CHECK IT IS CORRECTLY WIRED

GAS FRY-TOP WITH TAP REPLACING THE GAS TAP.

  • Remove the control panel.
  • Remove and replace the component.
  • Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in
  • reverse order.

REPLACING THE BURNER, THE PILOT BURNER, THE THERMOCoUPLE, THE PIEZOELECTRIC IGNITION AND THE IGNITER

  • Remove the control panel.
  • Remove and replace the component.
  • Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in reverse order.

GAS GRIDDLE WITH THERMOSTATIC TAP THERMOSTATIC TAP SUBSTITUTION

  • Remove the control panel.
  • Remove the bulb from its seat on the bottom of the hotplate
  • Remove and replace the component.
  • Insert the bulb properly in its seat on the bottom of the hotplate.
  • Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in reverse order.

REPLACING THE BURNER, THE PILOT BURNER, THE THERMOCOUPLE, THE PIEZOELECTRIC IGNITION AND THE IGNITER

  • Remove the control panel.
  • Remove and replace the component.
  • Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in reverse order.

ELECTRIC FRY-TOP REPLACING THE HEATING AND LIGHT GLOWS.

  •  Remove the control panel.
  • Remove and replace the component.
  • Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in reverse order.

REPLACING THE WORKING THERMOSTAT AND SAFETY THERMOSTAT

  • Remove the control panel.
  • Remove the bulb from its seat on the bottom of the hotplate.
  • Remove and replace the component.
  • Insert the bulb properly in its seat on the bottom of the hotplate.
  • Reassemble all parts. For assembly, proceed in reverse order.

CLEANING THE INTERIOR

  • Check the condition of the inside of the appliance.
  • Remove dny Dui-up airt.
  • Check and clean the fumes exhaust system.

MAIN COMPONENTS

GAS FRY-TOP WITH TAP

GAS COCK

  • MAIN BURNER
  • Pilot burner
  • Thermocouple
  • Igniter
  • Piezoelectric ignition

GAS GRIDDLE WITH THERMOSTATIC TAP

  • Thermostatic tap
  • MAIN BURNER
  • Pilot burner
  • Thermocouple
  • Piezoelectric ignition
  • Igniter

ELECTRIC FRY-TOP

  • Working thermostat
  • Safety thermostat
  • Heating element
  • Indicator light

Documents / Resources

modular 70-40 FTGS-T Fry Top [pdf] Instruction Manual
70-40 FTGS-T Fry Top, 70-40 FTGS-T, Fry Top

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