TECHNICAL MANUAL WENDY'S RANGE MODEL: C0300HT AND C0301 HT

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1 southbend TECHNICAL MANUAL A MIDDLEBY COMPANY WENDY'S RANGE MODEL: C0300HT AND C0301 HT This manual is intended for the use of Southbend Authorized Service Agencies and their associates. Service work should be performed only by a qualified technician who is experienced in, and knowledgeable of, the operation of commercial gas, electric, and steam cooking WARNING Improper installation, service, or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death Old Honeycutt Road Fuquay-Varina, NC (919) FAX (919) (800) Middleby Corp. Service Hot Line (800) (after hours) $18.00 WENDY'S RANGE (MANUAL SECTION RR)

2 NOTICE Warranty will be void and the manufacturer is relieved of all liability if: (A) Service work is performed by other than a qualified technician. OR (B) Other than genuine Southbend replacement parts are installed. TABLE OF CONTENTS: FOR INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS - CONSULT OPERATOR'S MANUAL Safety Precautions... 1 Specifications Adjustments Troubleshooting Performance Spec & Performance Check Electrical Schematic Drawings Parts List Location of serial and identification name plates: The serial plate with all specifications is located below the oven door, behind the kick panel, attached to the frame base of the oven. There is also a product identification plate that has only the model and serial number attached to the front left corner of the valve panel. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS The following symbols, found throughout this manual, alert you to potentially dangerous conditions to the operator, service personnel, or to the equipment. DANGER WARNING CAUTION NOTICE southbend A MIDDLEBY COMPANY This symbol warns of immediate hazards which will result in severe injury or death. This symbol refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice which could result in injury or death. This symbol refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice which could result in injury, product, or property damage. This symbol refers to information that needs special attention or must be fully understood, even though not dangerous Old Honeycutt Road Fuquay-Vanna. NC (919) FAX (919) (800) PAGE 1

3 NOTE: Not for Scale. For Dimensional Purposes Only. WENDY'S GAS RANGE WITH CONVECTION OVEN MODEL CO-301HT-94A TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW DIMENSIONS: ( ) = Millimeters MODEL WENDY'S GAS RANGE A Width B Depth EXTERIOR fl" GAS CONN. ELECTRIC C D E F G H I J K L M N 0 Cook Top P Door Opening Q 36.5" 41.00" 8" 30" " 4.250" 5" 45.5" " " 6" 9.500" 36" 12.5" 4.5" 36" 15.5" 13.5" (927) (1042) (203) (762) (746) (108) (127) (1156) (302) (730) (152) (241) (914) (315) (115) (914) (394) (345) Oven Bottom R MODEL OVEN INTERIOR BURNERS (BTU each) CRATE SIZE Width Depth Height Hot Top Oven Griddle Width Depth Height Cubic Volume Crated Weight WENDY'S GAS RANGE " (664) 21.75" (552) 14.25" (362) 1 (20,000) 1 (25,000) 2 (30,000) 55" (1397) 45.5" (1156) 45" (1143) 118 cu. ft cu. m. 705 lbs. 317kg. UTILITY INFORMATION: GAS- Total 105,000 BTU. One 3/4" flex hose male connection. (For location, see drawing above items "L" and "M"). Natural Propane Required operating pressure: Natural Gas 7-8" W.C. Propane Gas 11-12" W.C. Incoming gas line and connections must not be smaller than 3/4" I.D. ELECTRIC - STANDARD: 115/60/1 - furnished with 5 ft. cord with 3-prong plug. Total maximum amps 6.2. OPTIONAL: 208/60/1 or for use on 3 (190 to 219 volts) - supply must be wired to junction box with terminal block located at rear. Total maximum amps 4.0. OPTIONAL: 340/60/1 or for use on 3 (220 to 240 volts) - supply must be wired to junction box with terminal block located at rear. Total maximum amps 4.0. PAGE 2

4 NOTE: Not for Scale. For Dimensional Purposes Only. WENDY'S CHILI RANGE WITH CONVECTION OVEN MODEL CO-300HT-94A TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW DIMENSIONS: ( ) = Millimeters MODEL A Width B Depth EXTERIOR fl" GAS CONN. ELECTRIC C D E F G H I J K L M N 0 Cook Top P Door Opening Q WENDY'S GAS 36.5" 41.00" 8" 30" " 4.250" 5" 45.5" " " 6" 9.500" 36" 12.5" 4.5" 36" " RANGE (927) (1042) (203) (762) (746) (108) (127) (1156) (302) (730) (152) (241) (914) (315) (115) (914) (394) (345) Oven Bottom R MODEL OVEN INTERIOR BURNERS (BTU each) CRATE SIZE Width Depth Height Hot Top Oven Width Depth Height Cubic Volume Crated Weight WENDY'S GAS RANGE " (664) 21.75" (552) 14.25" (362) 3 (20,000) 1 (25,000) 55" (1397) 45.5" (1156) 45" (1143) 118 cu. ft cu. m. 705 lbs. 317kg. UTILITY INFORMATION: GAS- Total 85,000 BTU. One 3/4" flex hose male connection. (for location, see drawing above items "L" and "M"). NATURAL PROPANE Required operating pressure: Natural Gas 4" W.C. Propane Gas 10" W.C. Incoming gas line and connections must not be smaller than 3/4" I.D. ELECTRIC - STANDARD: 115/60/1 - furnished with 5 ft. cord w/ 3-prong plug. Total maximum amps 6.2. OPTIONAL: 208/60/1 or for use on 3 (190 to 219 volts) - supply must be wired to junction box with terminal block located at rear. Total maximum amps 4.0. OPTIONAL: 240/60/1 or for use on 3 (220 to 240 volts) - supply must be wired to junction box with terminal block located at rear. Total maximum amps 4.0. PAGE 3

5 ADJUSTMENTS WARNING De-energize all power to equipment before attempting to service or replace any component of the equipment. CAUTION When changing motor or servicing unit, always verify that the blower wheel rotation is as the illustration shows. (clock-wise when looking into oven cavity) ONLY on units manufactured before serial numbers 91 H BLOWER WHEEL ROTATION FIGURE 1 Blower wheel must not be located over 1/8" from rear of oven. This is critical for proper burner combustion. A. MOTOR: The motor is serviceable from the front of the unit through the oven cavity. Remove the rear baffle. Disconnect the motor mount plate by removing the eight hex nuts that secure it to the oven interior back. Pull the mount plate, with motor attached, into the oven. B. CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY COMPONENTS: The control panel assembly components are easily serviceable by removing two screws (one at the top and at the bottom) of the control panel and then sliding out the control panel assembly. C. THERMOSTAT: After sliding out the control box assembly, the thermostat can be completely removed by removing the capillary bulb brackets from inside of the oven, and then sliding the capillary bulb out of the oven cavity into the control area. CAUTION Before sliding out control box for servicing, remove base panels below oven door and remove the wire tie from the spark ignitor electrode wire (black wire). To return control box to original position, push in slowly while lightly pulling the spark ignitor wire (black wire) into the oven burner control area (below oven door). Re-attach a wire tie in a similar fashion as before it was removed. Replace base panels. PAGE 4

6 ADJUSTMENTS THERMOSTAT ADJUSTMENT OVEN: The calibration of the thermostat should not be changed until sufficient experience with cooking results have definitely proved that the thermostat is not maintaining proper oven temperatures. Before any recalibration is attempted, the oven temperature should be checked by the following procedure: 1. The oven must be empty of all trays or pans. 2. Place a pyrometer thermocouple or a reliable mercury oven-type thermometer at the center of the middle rack. 3. Turn on the blower. 4. Set the dial at 375 F. 5. The red "Cooking Light will go out when the thermostat turns off the burners. 6. Allow three such cycles for the temperature to stabilize. 7. Read the pyrometer or thermostat immediately after the light goes out for the third time and again immediately after it comes on the next time. 8. If the average of these readings and the dial setting vary by more than 15, recalibrate by following the instructions outlined below: TO RECALIBRATE: NOTE: Recalibration should be attempted only by a competent serviceman. 1. Remove knob from dial shaft (Item "B") from figure Turn screw (Item "A") in figure 2 clockwise to decrease and counterdockwise to increase temperature. 3. 1/4 turn changes the temperature 35 F. 4. Replace knob on dial shaft. 5. After the calibration is made, set the dial at 375 F and recheck the oven temperature using the method outlined by steps 1 thru 7 of the oven temperature checking procedure (as stated above). OVEN STANDING PILOT ADJUSTMENT: The standing oven pilot flame can be adjusted by turning the adjusting screw on the pilot line valve with a screwdriver. The pilot line valve is located behind the front FIGURE 2 panel below the oven door. Remove the front panel to gain accessibility. The pilot flame is property adjusted when it is just large enough to maintain a glowing red color on the flame switch capillary bulb. OVEN BURNER FLAME ADJUSTMENT: The oven burner orifice is of the fixed, type sized for the respective gas supply. The burner flame characteristics are controlled by varying the primary air mixer cap. There should be a clear blue flame with a distinct inner cone at each port. Excessive primary air can result in "blowing" or the flames leaving the ports. Lack of primary air causes soft or yellow tipped flame. THERMOSTAT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT: (GRIDDLE DOESN'T HAVE TO BE REMOVED) Refer to figures 3 and 4 for instructions below. 1. Remove thermostat knob(s). 2. Remove valve panel. 3. Remove thermostat screw (Item "A") and orifice bracket screws (Item "B"). 4. Pull thermostat assembly out to side and remove the burner (Item "C") [this applies for both sides]. PAGE 5 FIGURE 3

7 ADJUSTMENTS THERMOSTAT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT: (Continued) 5. Loosen bolt(s) on bottom of griddle plate (Item "D") 1/2 inch then pull thermostat bulb out front. NOTE: If bulb will not pull out loosen bolt (Item "D") further (DO NOT FORCE). 6. Reverse steps 3 thru 5 to install new thermostat. NOTE: Snug bolt (Item "D") DO NOT over tighten, (this will damage capillary bulb causing incorrect sensing). 7. Make sure the excess capillary wire is stored in the cool zone under thermostat body in front of burners. 8. Replace valve panel. 9. Replace thermostat knob(s), FIGURE 4 PRESSURE REGULATOR: The pressure regulator is factory set a 7-8" W.C. for natural gas and 11-12" W.C. for propane gas. To check the manifold pressure: 1. Turn all thermostats and burner valves to "OFF" position. 2. Turn main gas valve to entire unit off. 3. Remove valve panels and locate 1/8" plug in manifold. 4. Remove plug and install a fitting appropriate to connect a manometer. 5. Turn on main gas to unit and light pilots. 6. Turn all burners and ovens to full "ON" position and read manometer. 7. If manometer does not read 4" W.C. for natural gas, or 10" W.C. for propane gas, adjust regulator (if gas pressure is O.K. go to step 10) 8. Remove cap form top of regulator. 9. With a screwdriver rotate regulator adjustment screw "Clockwise" to increase, or "counterclockwise" to decrease, pressure until manometer shows correct reading. 10. Repeat steps 1 and Remove manometer fitting and replace plug in manifold. 12. Repeat step Replace valve panels. FIGURE 5 PAGE 6

8 ADJUSTMENTS THERMOSTAT CALIBRATION GRIDDLE: To Check Calibration 1. Turn thermostat to the 300 F of marking see figure After burners have been on a minimum of 1 hour (if cold) or 30 minutes (if already hot when set at 300 F). Place a reliable thermometer or therm-couple with test instruments in the center of the griddle and over the center of each burner. See figure Continue to check temperatures at 5 minute intervals, until you have two readings that are within 30 of each other. 4. The control should only be recalibrated if your reading is not within 30 of the dial setting (300 F). FIGURE 6 TO RECALIBRATE THERMOSTAT: This control has been carefully calibrated at the factory. That is, it is adjusted to match the actual griddle temperatures. Field calibration is seldom necessary and it should NOT be done unless considerable experience with cooking and temperatures definitely proves that the control is not maintaining the temperatures to which the dial is set. 1. When recalibrating, check temperatures as instructed in previous section (thermostat calibration) 2. Set temperature indicator knob to 300 F marking 3. Remove indicator knob (Item "A") from thermostat (Item "B"). Refer to figure Using a screwdriver knock out silver insert (Item "C"). Refer to figure Place knob back on the thermostat shaft. 6. With screwdriver inserted through center FIGURE 7 of dial and in the calibration slot of screw push in and hold - DO NOT rotate screw. 7. Rotate indicator mark until it points to actual temperature you are reading off the temperature sensing device you placed over the center of the burners. 8. Turn thermostat to 300 P and check temperature again at 5 minute intervals. 9. Remove indicator knob and reinstall center insert. 10. If the griddle will not adjust to within 30 F this means that the sensing bulb is inoperative and the control should be replaced. FIGURE 8 PAGE 7

9 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Symptom Check or Replace 1) All burners and pilots in unit will not turn on A) Main gas supply to unit is "OFF". 2) All burners produce excessive carbon deposits A) Incorrect gas type supplied to unit. B) Incorrect supply pressure. 3) Only some burners in a unit produce excessive carbon deposits A) Incorrect orifices. B) Primary air not adjusted properly. 4) Only some pilots produce excessive carbon deposits A) Pilot gas not adjusted properly. B) Incorrect pilot orifice. 5) Top burner (not oven) will not come on A) Manual valve for top burner in "OFF" position. B) Pilot out. 6) Top section pilot will not stay ignited A) Pilot gas not adjusted property. B) Clogged orifice. C) Draft condition. D) Improper ventilation system. E) Air in gas line. 7) Unit will not heat up A) Main gas supply is "OFF". B) Pilot not lit. C) Safety valve not "ON". 8) Burners produce excessive carbon deposits A) Incorrect gas type or orifice size. B) Incorrect supply pressure. C) Incorrect burner air mixer adjustment. D) Burner orifice out of alignment with burner. E) Incorrect orifices. 9) Pilot produces excessive carbon deposits A) Pilot gas not adjusted properly. B) Incorrect pilot orifice. 10) Burner will not come on A) Safety valve in "Pilot" position. B) Pilot out. C) Clogged burner - charge ports. 11) Pilot will not stay lit A) Pilot was not adjusted properly. B) Clogged or dirty orifice. C) Draft condition. PAGE 8

10 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Symptom Check or Replace D) Improper ventilation systems. E) Air in gas line. F) Valve end of thermocouple corroded or loose. G) Pilot shield needs to be moved closer to pilot. H) Improper gas pressure. I) Incorrect gas supply size (not enough volume). CONVECTION OVEN ONLY 12) Unit does not come on when "Power Switch" is in the "On" position. A) Is power cord plugged in? B) Main supply fuses. C) Unit power switch. 13) Motor will not run with fan switch in any position A) Fan switch. B) Motor. 14) Motor will not run in "Bake" position but runs in "Cool" position. A) Door switch actuator. B) Door switch. 15) No spark at pilot A) Spark ignitor. B) Wire to spark electrode broken or disconnected. 16) Spark present but standing pilot will not light A) Gas supply to unit shut off. B) Unit gas line shutoff in closed position. C) Pilot line valve in closed position. D) Pilot line solenoid. E) Oven gas supply "Manual" valve off. 17) Pilot ignites but burners will not light when thermostat calls for heat. Cook light on. A) Main gas solenoid. B) Flame switch bulb in incorrect position (Flame needs to split bulb). C) Flame switch. 18) Unit will function property for a period of time and then shut down (oven circulating blower and oven burners). Oven will begin to function properly again after it has cooled down. 19) Pilot ignites but burners and cook light will not come on when thermostat calls for heat. A) Motor overheating. A) Thermostat. PAGE 9

11 PERFORMANCE CHECK: The following items should be checked within the first 30 days of operation by a qualified service technician. 1. Verify equipment is level. 2. Verify proper electrical characteristics - voltage, cycle, phase. 3. Check thermostat operation; calibrate if required. 4. Check ventilation. 5. Check electrical connections - external and internal. 6. Check door for proper alignment, tension, seal, and adjustment. 7. Check timers, switches and motor for proper installation and operation. 8. Check for any damage to unit from shipping or installation. 9. Check for proper clearance from combustible materials. 10. Verify proper type of gas. 11. Verify gas supply and pressure. (Pressure regulator is already installed at factory.) 12. Check gas connection and check for leaks. It is common for new products to require a bum-off time to dry out insulation and metal cooking surfaces. PAGE 10

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14 PARTS -- ACCESSORIES NOTICE INSTALLATION OF OTHER THAN GENUINE SOUTHBEND PARTS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY ON THIS EQUIPMENT. The serial plate with voltage, model, and serial information is located below oven door, behind the kick panel attached to frame base of oven. There is also an Identification Plate mounted to the front left comer of the valve panel that will supply model and serial number. Replacement parts may be ordered either through a Southbend Authorized Parts Distributor or a Southbend Authorized Service Agency. When ordering parts, please supply the Model Number, Serial Number, Part Number, Description, Finish, and Electrical Characteristics as applicable. Consult the Southbend Authorized Parts/Service Distributor list for the Authorized Parts supplier in your area. If this list is not available, call the Service Department at Southbend, for same. Gas Conversion Kits for Wendy's 93A and 94A Series Models CO-300HT-93A - Propane to Natural CO-300HT-93A - Natural to Propane CO-301HT-93A - Propane to Natural CO-301HT-93A - Natural to Propane C0300 with three hot tops or one solid top Natural to Propane Propane to Natural REPLACEMENT PART INDEX Legs, Casters Pages Main Exterior Parts C0301HT & C0300HT Pages Front Body Parts Page 18 Control Panel Components Page 19 Oven Interior Parts Pages Oven Burner Compartment Pages Manifold Components Page 24 Hot Top Manifold Pages Gas Supply Line Components Page 27 Flue Riser Body Parts Page 28 MISCELLANEOUS PARTS PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION Operator's Manual Technical Manual PAGE 13

15 FIGURE 9 Leg for Wendy's Ranges after August 1989 ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY A /4 x 20 x 3/4 Hex Head 16 B /4 Lock Washer 16 C Leg Pad (3/4 x 10 hole) 4 D S.S. Leg (3/4 stud) 4 * Leg Package (set of 4) 1 * Earth Quake Legs SS (set of 4) 1 FIGURE 9 Leg for Wendy's Ranges prior to August 1989 ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A Leg Plated B Lock Nut 1-1/4" * Black Leg FIGURE 10 PAGE 14

16 FIGURE 11 Leg for Wendy's Ranges after August 1989 ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY A /4 x 20 x 3/4 Hex Head 16 B /4 Lock Washer 16 C Leg Pad (3/4 x 10 hole) 4 * " Swivel Caster Less Brake 2 D " Swivel Caster with Brake 2 * Caster Package FIGURE 11 Leg for Wendy's Ranges prior to August 1989 ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A Lock Nut 1-1/4" B Caster Leg Weld Assembly * /4 Flat Washer /4 Star Washer E " Swivel Caster Less Brake E " Swivel Caster with Brake * Caster Leg assembly without Break (includes items A thru E) Caster Leg assembly with Brake (includes items A thru E) PAGE 15 FIGURE 12

17 FIGURE 13 MAIN EXTERIOR PARTS FOR C0301HT ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A B Flue Pan Deflector #10 x 1/2 Phillips Screw C Hot Top 36" Assembly D C Belly Bar Assembly E Hot Top Knob F Oven Door Handle Kit G Base Panel S/S H Direct Sparker I Thermostat Dial Knob J Timer Dial K Southbend Logo Plate * * Rack Guide Assembly Oven Rack (18 x 25 13/16) * Quick Disconnect Hose 36" Restraining Device Kit (see pg. 11) * Legs (see parts section in this manual) Casters (see parts section in this manual) * Item not shown on drawing. PAGE 16

18 FIGURE 14 MAIN EXTERIOR PARTS FOR C0300HT ITEM PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION A Flue Pan Deflector B #10 x 1/2 Phillip Screw C Hot Top 12" Assembly D Grease Shield E Griddle Asm. 2ft. F C Belly Bar Assembly G Hot Top Knob H Grease Pan Assembly I Oven Door Handle Kit J Griddle Knob K Direct Sparker L Base Panel S/S M Thermostat Dial Knob N Timer Dial Southbend Logo Plate Rack Guide Assembly * Oven Rack (18 x 25 13/16) Quick Disconnect Hose 36" * Restaining Device Kit * Legs (see parts section in this manual) Casters (see parts section in this manual) * Item not shown on drawing PAGE 17

19 FIGURE 15 FRONT BODY PARTS ITEM PART NUMBER C0300 C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Control Panel 1 B Control Panel 1 C Control Panel Support Right 1 D Control Panel Support Left 1 E Grease Pan Support 1 F Grease Pan Assembly 1 G C C Belly Bar Assembly 1 H Right Base Panel SW Assy. S/S 1 I Left Trim 1 J Panel, Right Front 1 K Cut Off Valve Cover 1 L Bracket, Base Panel 2 PAGE 18

20 FIGURE 16 ITEM C0300 PART NUMBER CONTROL PANEL COMPONENTS C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Power Switch 1 B Fan Switch 1 C Neon Bulb, Red 125V 1 D Thermostat Dial 1 E Minute Timer Knob ( ) 1 F /8" Plug 2 G Thermostat ( ) 1 H Minute Timer 1 I Control Panel Weld Assembly 1 J Spark Ignitor Module 1 K Pin Connector 1 L Pin Connector 1 M Poly Panel 1 * Fuse 300V 15amp (for 208 & 236V only) 1 * Power Relay 208/240V Only 1 * Transformer, 100 VA ( ) (208/240 Volts Only) 1 * Item not shown on drawing. NOTE: If voltage on control pane! is anything other than 120 Volt, Item F will be a fuse holder. Cross Reference part numbers appear in parenthesis after description. PAGE 19

21 OVEN INTERIOR PARTS ITEM C0300 PART NUMBER C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Motor Kit 115/60/ Motor Kit 208/236/60/1-3 1 B Motor Mount Bracket 1 C Motor Mount Bolt Assembly 4 D Motor Mount Pocket Assembly 1 E Blower Wheel 1 F Rear Air Baffle ( ) 1 G Thumb Screw 1/4-20x3/4 4 H Enameled Oven Bottom 1 (After July 85) Oven Bottom 1 (Prior to July 85) Rack Guide Oven Rack (18x25 13/16) 2 J Oven Door Handle Kit (w screws) 1 K Left Hand Door Hinge Pin Assy. 1 (After July 11, 1985) Left Hand Door Hinge Pin Assy. 1 (Prior to July 11, 1985) L Right Hand Door Hinge Pin Assy. 1 (After July 11, 1985) Right Hand Door Hinge Pin Assy. 1 (Prior to July 11, 1985) M Oven Door S/S ( ) 1 N Door Seal 8 ft. One Piece Top Seal Retainer 1 P Side Seal Retainer 2 Q Bottom Seal Retainer 1 R Bottom Splash Guard 1 S Oven Fire Plate 1 T Right Burner Box Shield 1 U Left Burner Box Shield 1 * Spring Plunger (Door Latch) 1 * Nut for Plunger * Spring Plunger Catch (Door Latch) 1 V Door Stake Right 1 * Door Stake Left Wire Screen for Air Baffle 1 (Older Units) W Oven Bottom Gasket Seal 11ft. (Sells per foot) * Tape 1" Double Face 1 (hold bottom gasket seal in place X Nut 1 Y Ball Plunger 1 Z Plate 1 * Item not shown on drawing. Cross reference part numbers appear in parenthesis after description. PAGE 20

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23 OVEN BURNER COMPARTMENT PARTS ITEM C0300 PART NUMBER C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Bolt 3/8 x 16 x 4 1 (for door sprocket) B Sprocket assembly Bracket 1 C Door Sprocket Bushing 1 D Door Chain Pulley 1 E Oven Door Chain Assembly 1 F Oven Door Spring 1 G Door Switch Assembly 1 H Door Switch 1 I Oven Burner 1 J Solenoid Valve 120V 2 K Pilot Filter 1 L Spark Electrode 1 M Pilot Tube 1 N Orifice Bracket Fitting Orifice Body for hood 1 * Oven Burner Orifice (Nat #42) 1 * Oven Burner Orifice (LP #53) 1 P Flame Switch Mounting Bracket 1 Q Flame Switch ( ) 1 R Oven Pilot ( ) 1 S Pilot Shield 1 T Tube, Solenoid to Orifice 1 U /8" Close Nipple 1 V Brass Connector 2 * Solenoid Bracket 1 * Item not shown on drawing. Cross reference part numbers appear in parenthesis after description. If replacing from the Eaton duel solenoid valve (pn ) first time use kit then use for individual solenoids (pn ) If replacing either flame switch or oven pilot on units built before Dec/1985 use pilot and flame switch kit to convert to current style pilot and flame switch. Old and new parts will not interchange. PAGE 22

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25 ITEM C0300 PART NUMBER MANIFOLD COMPONENTS C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Runner Tube Assembly 1 B Runner Tube Orifice Support 1 C Pilot Body 1 D Thermocouple 1 E Spark Electrode 1 F P5552 P5552 Connector 1/8 to 1/4 2 G Tube 1/4 Manifold to Runner Tube 1 H Tube 1/4 Pilot to Safety 1 I Fitting 1/2 to 3/8 2 J Elbow 1/2 to 3/8 1 K Safety Valve 1 L Direct Sparker 1 M Manifold Pipe Weld Assembly (only) 1 N Orifice Spud (Propane) Orifice Spud (Natural) 1 P Pilot Bracket 1 PAGE 24

26 FIGURE 20 C0300HT HOT TOP MANIFOLD ITEM C0300 PART NUMBER C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Manifold Pipe Weld Assembly 1 B Pipe Plug 1/8 Male NPT 1 C Fitting, 3/8 CC x 1/2 Male NPT 1 D Valve, Hi-Low Natural 3 E Valve, Hi-Low Propane 3 F Connector, 1.8 NPT x 3/8 CC 3 G Jam Nut 3 H Tube 3/8 Hot Top Left 1 I Tube 3/8 Hot Top Riant 2 J Orifice Elbow 3 K Orifice Support 3 L Orifice Hot Top Natural 3 M Orifice Hot Top Propane 3 N Burner "J" Type 3 PAGE 25

27 FIGURE GRILL/ONE HOT TOP ITEM PART NUMBER C0300 C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Manifold Pipe Weld Assembly 1 B Valve, Hi-Low, Natural Valve, Hi-Low, Propane 1 C Griddle Thermostat 1 D Burner 1 E Orifice Hot TOD Natural Orifice Hot Top Propane 1 F Orifice Griddle Natural Orifice Griddle Propane 1 G Tube 3/8 Hot Top Left 1 H Tube 3/8 Hot Top Right 1 I Tube 3/8 Thermostat Left 1 J Tube 3.8 Thermostat Right 1 K Orifice Elbow 1 L Jam Nut 1 M Orifice Support 1 N Plug, Pipe, BIk 1/8 M NPT Fitting, 3/8 CC x 1/2 M NPT 1 PAGE 26

28 FIGURE 22 GAS SUPPLY LINE COMPONENTS ITEM PART NUMBER C0300 C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Regulator Natural 5" 1 B Regulator LP 10" 1 C Elbow 3/4" Street 1 D Feed Pipe Support 1 E Nipple 3/4" x 6 Long 1 F Elbow 3/4" x 3/4" 2 G Nipple 3/4" x 81/2" Long 1 H Feed Pipe Weld Assembly 1 I P P Bell Reducer 3/4" to 1/2" 1 J P9158 P9158 Fitting 1/2" to 5/8" 2 K Tube 5/8" Main Feed 1 L Bell Reducer 1/2" to 3/8" 1 M Close Nipple 3/8" 2 N Fitting 1/2" to 3/8" 2 O Tube 3/8" Manifold to Safety 1 P Elbow 1/2" to 3/8" 1 Q Safety Valve 1 R Tube 3/8" to Safety 1 S Fitting 3/8" to 3/8" 2 T Tee 3/8" x 3/8" x 3/8" 1 U Cut Off Valve 1 V Tube 3/8" Cut Off to Safety 1 PAGE 27

29 FIGURE 23 FLUE RISER BODY PARTS ITEM PART NUMBER C0300 C0301 DESCRIPTION QUANTITY A Flue Pan Deflector 3 B Flue Riser Top 1 C Flue Riser Left 1 D Flue Riser Right 1 E Flue Riser Bottom 1 F Wall Shield Back 1 G Hex Head Screw 1/4-20 x 3/4 2 H Lock Washer 1/4" Flat Washer 5/16" 2 J Oven Flue Box 1 K #10 x 1/2 Sheet Metal Screws 6 PAGE 28

30 A product with the Southbend name incorporates the best in durability and low maintenance. We all recognize however, that replacement parts and occasional professional service may be necessary to extend the useful life of this unit. When service is needed, contact a Southbend Authorized Service Agency, or your dealer. To avoid confusion, always refer to the model number, serial number, and type of your unit. Southbend Registered to ISO 9001 southbend A MIDDLEBY COMPANY PART NUMBER SOUTHBEND PRINTED USA 08/ Old Honeycutt Road Fuquay-Varina, NC (919) FAX (919) (800)