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PDF Content Summary: 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 1 of 12

OPERATING and MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Models: HC-UA-11 Tri-Powered Series Hot Cabinets HC-UA-11

Cabinet model number: Cabinet serial number: Authorized Service Agency: Ph: Fax: Keep this manual for future reference. WARNING IMPROPER INSTALLATION, SERVICE, ADJUSTMENTS, ALTERATIONS CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT. Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 2 of 12 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT PAGE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Illustration, Figure 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS How to Clean the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Trouble Shooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Illustration; Cabinet assembly replacement parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Illustration; Control panel assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Illustration; Burner assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 SERVICE POLICY and AGENCY LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FL-1400 WARNING RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE BY AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY

5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 3 of 12

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS TO INSTALLER BEFORE CONNECTING TO GAS AND ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 1. Retain this manual for further use. 2. Post in a prominent place the following instructions: FOR YOUR SAFETY

IF YOU SMELL GAS: 1. Open windows. 2. Don’t touch electrical switches. 3. Extinguish any open flame. 4. Immediately remove propane tank, shut off gas supply or call your gas supplier. FOR YOUR SAFETY Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

3. Installation in the United States must conform with the local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the NFPA 54/ANSI Z223.1 2012. Installation in Canada must comply with the Installation codes for Gas Burning Appliances and Equipment, CAN/CSA B149.1-10 and/or local codes. 4. The area around cabinet must be kept free and clear from combustible materials. 5. DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air. DO NOT block slots or louvers on front and rear of unit in any way. 6. The cabinet when installed must be electrically grounded in accordance with the local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70-2011.

WARNING This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection. Do not cut or remove the ground prong from this plug.

7. Provisions for adequate air supply, in cabinet area, must be provided. 8. Adequate clearances for servicing and proper operation must be provided. 9. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE CABINET DURING A POWER FAILURE. 10. CLEARANCE FROM COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION, 0 INCHES FROM SIDE AND 0 INCHES FROM BACK. 11. Wiring diagrams can be found in operating instructions (page 12)

Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 4 of 12 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS HC-UA-11 FOR PROPANE CYLINDER INSTALLATION:

WARNING This cabinet is not intended for use with natural gas. It is not user-convertible to natural gas.

1. Only use a 1 lb. standard cylinder marked “PROPANE”. A larger tank can be used with an adapter (optional accessory part number 0904-026-K See installation FL-2362). 2. The cylinder must be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications for propane cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) or CAN/CSA B339. 3. The Cylinder should not be allowed to remain in a high heat area, such as a car, truck or direct sunlight. DO NOT store at temperatures above 120°F (49° C) and in unauthorized storage areas not intended for cylinder storage. 4. Hold and use the cylinder in an upright position and only use when temperatures are above 10°F (-12° C). Do not attach near flames, pilot lights or sparks. 5. Propane Tank Hook-up: a. Make sure the cabinet switch is in the “OFF” position. b. Uncap the cylinder, hold upright and insert it in the right rear compartment of the cabinet. Hand screw and tighten the cylinder to the gas regulator. DO NOT over-tighten. Check for leaks at the connection: Spray soapy water onto the connection and look for bubbles. Tighten more if needed. 6. Disconnect the cylinder when not in use. Replace the cylinder cap when storing. HC-UA-11-NG FOR NATURAL GAS INSTALLATION ONLY: 1. Installation shall be made with a connector that complies with Standards for Natural Gas Connection on Movable Appliances ANSI/Z21.69b/CSA 6.166-2006.

CAUTION Adequate means to limit the movement of the cabinet without depending on the connector, quick connect or associated piping must be provided by the installer.

2. The cabinet and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of the system at pressures exceeding 1/12 psig (3.45 kPA). During pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.45 kPA), the cabinet must be isolated by closing the manual shutoff valve. 3. Check for leaks at the connection: Spray soapy water onto the connection and look for bubbles. Tighten more if needed.

5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 5 of 12 GENERAL INSTALLATION: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPANE GAS OPERATION:

1. Remove all paper and packing materials from the inside of the cabinet and install angles into posts. 2. Remove protective paper and vinyl material from the outside of the cabinet. 3. Place the cabinet in a well-ventilated area on level floor or ground. 4. DO NOT block the flue vent located at the upper rear of the cabinet. 5. Lock the two front casters before starting up or plugging in the cabinet. HOW TO INSTALL ANGLES: 1. Insert end tabs of the angles into the post slots and push down. 2. Note the location shown in the diagram of the 18” x 26” pan slide and the 12” x 20” pan slide 18” X 26” BUN PAN 12” X 20” STEAM TABLE PAN FOR ELECTRIC OPERATION: DETAIL A Specifications: 120 Volts, 1500 Watts, 60 Hz., 1 Ph. 12.5 Amps, 15 Amp. Service (NEMA 5-15P) Plug the power cord into the proper wall outlet and push switch to “ELECTRIC”. Preheat cabinet for 30 minutes. Specifications: (Propane) 8,700 BTU Connect a propane tank (per Propane Installation Instructions) Push the switch to “GAS”. Preheat cabinet for 45 minutes. NOTES: New tanks may not light on the first couple tries. See “Re-light Burner” instructions. 1 lb. propane tank will provide approximately 6 hours of heat at 160°F. FOR NATURAL GAS OPERATION: Specifications: 8,700 BTU at W.C. Notes about using gas: 1. GAS RESET LIGHT: a) Red light on control panel will come on and an alarm will sound if the flame is not present when it should be. b) Propane tank may be empty or a draft has blown out the burner flames. c) To re-light the burner: Push switch to “Off” and then back to “Gas” quickly. d) Wait for up to 10 seconds and then check sight glass below the door to see the burner flames. Repeat as necessary. Call Service if alarm goes off repeatedly without ignition. DO NOT ATTEMPT WARNING TO LIGHT BY HAND. This cabinet has an automatic ignition system. 2. The battery (needed for the gas valve and the temperature control) keeps charging as long as the cord is plugged into the outlet (or when accessory solar panel is added). Check the battery indicator on the control panel. NOTE: The battery will provide power for approximately 16 hours (without solar) before needing a charge; depending on the age and condition of the battery. Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 6 of 12 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS TEMPERATURE

HOW TO HOLD FOOD: CONTROL "ON-OFF" SWITCH Figure 1: CONTROL PANEL CONTROL PANEL BATTERY INDICATOR RESET LIGHT

WARNING Air is VERY HOT when door is opened. FIRST TIME START-UP: 1. Push the POWER switch to “ELECTRIC”, and run the unit for one hour at 200°F. NOTE: DO NOT PUT FOOD INTO CABINET! This step is to burn off manufacturing oils and excess adhesive. 2. Let the cabinet cool and wipe inside clean with detergent and hot water before first use. USING ACCESSORY SOLAR PANEL (Optional): HOW TO HOLD: 1. Push POWER switch on to “GAS” or “ELECTRIC”. 2. Push the “SET” button on the TEMPERATURE CONTROL. The TEMPERATURE DISPLAY will show “SP1” (set point 1). 3. Press “SET” again and the current set point temperature will be displayed. 4. Press the ⮙⮛  ADJUST buttons to adjust to the desired temperature. 5. Press “SET” to save the temperature setting. 6. Preheat cabinet for 45 minutes. 7. Put product into cabinet. NOTE: Proper food holding temperature is 140°F/60°C or higher.

The solar panel is used to increase the time between battery charges when using the cabinet unplugged in gas mode. To use the solar system, ensure the solar panel cord is plugged into the solar jack, located in the top right corner of the back panel of the unit. Rotate the cabinet and/or tilt the solar panel in order to catch the sunlight. The best possible condition for solar charging is when the sunrays hit the panel straight on at 90° angle. NOTE: It is recommended to keep the solar panel plugged in even when not in use. It will safely maintain the battery at full charge for an unlimited amount of time if not placed in a dark area. The solar system is not powerful enough to charge the battery from fully drained status in any reasonable amount of time. If the battery is fully dead, plug the cabinet in to a grounded 120V outlet to charge.

5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 7 of 12

WARNING MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Cleaning hints: 1. Wipe up spills as soon as possible.

BEFORE cleaning the cabinet: 1. Unplug the cabinet from the wall. 2. Allow cabinet to cool. CAUTION 1. Do NOT use abrasives (steel wool) or harsh chemicals (chlorine, bromine, iodine or ammonia). 2. Do NOT use a water sprayer (pressure sprayer) to clean the cabinet. 3. Do not use Cres Clean on label or plastic materials. HOW TO CLEAN THE UNIT: 2. Clean cabinet daily to avoid heavy dirt build-up. 3. Make a test spot with cleaner: a) Follow manufacturer’s directions on cleaner. b) Do not mix cleaners. c) Avoid drips and splashes. OUTER CABINET Soil Cleaner Method 1. Wipe with clean, soft cloth. (Powder Coat) WEEKLY, OR AS NEEDED Mild detergent and warm water. DAILY CLEANING Mild detergent and hot water. 2. Rinse well. 3. Dry gently. 1. Sponge on with cloth. 2. Rinse with water. 3. Wipe dry.

CABINET Inside and Door (Stainless Steel) STUBBORN SPOTS AND STAINS BURNT-ON FOODS OR GREASE Mild abrasive made for stainless steel. Chemical oven cleaner for stainless steel. 1. Apply with damp sponge or cloth. 2. Rub lightly. 3. Rinse with water and wipe dry. Follow oven cleaner manufacturer’s directions.

and SCALE Vinegar 1. Swab or wipe with cloth. HARD WATER SPOTS 2. Rinse and dry. *Mild detergents include soaps and non-abrasive cleaners. Note: Door gaskets are removable for cleaning.

Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 8 of 12 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 TROUBLE-SHOOTING

FAILURE POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Unit does not turn on (electric mode). 1a. Power cord is not plugged in. 1b. Branch circuit breaker is tripped. 1c. Fuse is blown. 2. Unit does not turn on (gas mode). 2a. Battery is low on charge. Plug power cord in for at least an hour to charge battery (this time may vary depending on state of battery). 2b. Fuse is blown. NOTE: The power cord can be left plugged in for a long period of time after the battery is fully charged. The internal battery charger will safely “maintain” the battery. 3. Unit heats up slowly. 3a. Check operating instructions for preheat times. 3b. Defective electrical or gas components. 4. Unit does not heat (electric mode). 4a. Unit is not on. 4b. Thermostat is set too low. 4c. Defective electrical components. 5. Unit does not heat (gas mode). 5a. Unit is not on. 5b. Thermostat is set too low. 5c. Propane/gas tank has expired. 5d. A gust of wind may have blown out the flame or prevented ignition of the gas. 5e. Defective electrical components. NOTE: The control is equipped with an auto-ignite system. On startup and periodically throughout operation, it will attempt to ignite the gas for 10 seconds. If it fails, the “reset” indicator will illuminate and an audible alarm will sound, indicating no heat. If the tank is empty, this will usually happen within 20 seconds, in windy conditions, it could take up to 5 minutes for the alarm to become present. If this happens, turn the power switch to “OFF” and then back to “GAS”, and it will try to re-ignite. 6. Unit gets too hot or won’t shut off. 6a. Defective electrical components. For repairs, refer to our list of Authorized Service Centers, FL-1400 NOTE: If any panel which is sealed with silicone needs to be removed for servicing by an authorized personnel, the exterior seams need to be sealed with a food grade caulking material (certified against NSF/ANSI 51).

5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 REPLACEMENT PARTS Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 9 of 12

Include all information on nameplate when ordering parts 23 24 22 2 1 18 21 3

8 4 9 26 6 5 19 20 7

Cabinet Assembly: ITEM DESCRIPTION 120V 1 Door Assembly 1221-596-K 2 Hinge (2 per kit) 0519-110-K 3 Latch 1006-143-K 4 Gasket, Door 0861-182-K X:\ENGINEER\FLSHEETS\FL2361\FL-2361-CAB.dwg 5 Casters, Rigid 0569-281-RK 6 Casters, w/Brake 0569-281-BK 7 Wire Angles (2 per kit) 0621-352-K 8 Posts 0696-169 9 Sight Glass 0574-167 18 Cord Set 0810-149 19 High Limit, 400°F 0848-033 20 High Limit 0848-060 21 Flanged Inlet 0713-011 22 Socket, DC Elec. Conn. 0713-059 23 Fuse 0807-151 24 Fuse Holder 0807-150 25 Heater (1500W, 120V) 0811-310 26 Battery Kit w/Charger 7037-008-K (Before 9/2013) Battery 7037-008 (After 9/2013) Solar Panel Kit 7037-001-K Large Tank Adapter 0904-026-K

Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 10 of 12 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 REPLACEMENT PARTS

Include all information on nameplate when ordering parts 14 15 17 16 10 1112 13

Control Panel Assembly: CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY ITEM DESCRIPTION 120V 10 Power Switch 0808-126 11 Temperature Control 0848-075-CC 12 Battery Indicator 7037-004 13 Reset Light 0766-100 14 Timer, Delay 0849-096 15 Relay 0857-139 16 Alarm, Audible 0908-008 17 Relay, 3DPDT 0857-135 5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 WIRING DIAGRAM Holding Cabinet FL-2361 Rev. 4 (10/13) Page 11 of 12

28 34 38 29 32 26 31 VALVE CONTROL MODULE BATTERY 2736

33 35 37 39 8100-015 BURNER ASSEMBLY Burner Assembly: ITEM DESCRIPTION 120V 26 Terminal Block 0852-093 27 Relay DPDT 0857-130 28 Battery 7037-003 29 Battery Charger 7037-005 30 Burner Assembly, Complete 8100-001 31 Control Module 8100-001 32 Regulator (Solar) 7037-002 33 Gas Burner 8100-002 34 Igniter 8100-005 35 Gas Valve 8100-008 36 Regulator 8100-009 37 Pressure Switch 8100-011 38 DC-DC Converter 0769-201 39 Flame Sensor 8100-002 x:\engineer\flsheets\fl2361\fl-2361-burn.dwg PROPANE TANK HOOK-UPAREA

5925 Heisley Road • Mentor, OH 44060-1833 BATTERY LIFE WIRING DIAGRAM FRONT PANEL INDICATOR RESET 3 WARNINGS 0 / TEMPERATURE 7 1 / 1 1 . V E POWER SWITCH gas-o -electric RE3 R , 651 0- LF CONTROL AUDIBLE ALARM + - 80 78 RE 12V INPUT 24 NO C VISUAL ALARM 106 107 RED RE 39 40 70 72 81 8 25 6 81 32 33 73 74 t° 8 34 6 12VDC 75 30 A 79 79 76 77 75 R 3 REL D PWR CORD 26 4 74 1 35 7 36 1 3 1 7 82 82 2 1 0 29 28 27 8 6 72 84 4 2 4 85 85 2 8 38 TIME DELAY 76 4 RELAY 2 43 4 1 0 73 31 5 46 78 2 8 71 112 2 RELAY 4 84 9 3 6 37 45 9 5 83 83 3 77 35 6 A 1 0 RELAY 3 80 34 33 32 112 A B RELAY 5 44 GROUND* A B 41 42 RELAY 1 24 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 P1 38 37 36 3940 P3 41 42 43 44 45 46 P5 1 9 P2 1 9 1 9 P4 P6 3 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 910 11121314151617 181920212223 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 GROU 4748495051525354 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 69 68 67 66 65 64 TB2 68 SOLAR b 66 r L 1 w TB1 n 63 64 55 93 54 50 47 67 solar - b + - 94 L 65 l 2 u e 88 56 91 95 SOLAR PANEL DC PWR CONNECTOR 49 48 109 + 58 62 91 57 111 110 PLUG SOCKET 87 FUSE 97 96 86 4 1 P13 P14 111 110 109 108 + - BATTERY 12V 88 PRESSURE SW.


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