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PDF Content Summary: Model LPC-19-G & LPC-31-G GAS CONVEYOR OVEN INSTALLATION, SERVICE & PARTS MANUAL POST THIS MANUAL IN A PROMINENT LOCATION ALONG WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS. THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING YOUR LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER. RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. LBC BAKERY EQUIPMENT, INC. 6026 31st Ave NE Marysville, WA 98271, USA Phone: 888-RACKOVN (888-722-5686) Email: service@lbcbakery.com Website: lbcbakery.com REV D 8/2016 READ FIRST T READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER/OPERATORS OF THIS APPLIANCE TO TRAIN, SUPERVISE AND AUTHORIZE ANY PERSON DESIGNATED AS AN OPERATOR. ALL OPERATORS MUST READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL. DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE

W A R N I N G OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE. IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUST- MENT, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH. READ THE

D A N G E R W A R N I N G INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT. C A U T I O N ALWAYS KEEP THE AREA NEAR THE APPLIANCE FREE FROM COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.

C A U T I O N DO NOT OBSTRUCT FLOW OF COM- BUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR.

Your LBC Conveyor Oven was manufactured to rigid standards. The appliance has been tested and is listed by Intertek Testing Services (ETL Semko) and meets applicable safety and sanitation standards. A. The responsibility of the manufacturer is to supply suitable, comprehensive instructions and recommendations for proper operation and maintenance. B. All operations, maintenance and repair of this or any appliance must be performed by properly trained and qualified personnel, and all such operations, maintenance and repair must be performed in a diligent manner. It is the responsibility of the owner/operator to ensure proper training and diligence of any person coming into contact with either the subject units or the output (product, fumes or otherwise) of the subject units. It is the responsibility of the owner/operator to ensure that the subject units are installed and operated in accordance with OSHA Standard 1910.263. C. A regular periodic program of cleaning, inspection and maintenance must be established and comprehensive maintenance records maintained. It is the sole responsibility of the owner/operator to establish, schedule and enforce the frequency and scope of these programs in keeping with recommended practice and with due consideration given to actual operating conditions. D. The appliance must be operated within limits which will not exceed its working limits. It is the responsibility of the user to operate this appliance in accordance with the rules and limits described in this manual and the published product specification sheet, and in accordance with the directions and instructions of the owner/operator of the appliance or employer, and in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws and ordinances. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS T CHAPTER PAGE Read First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Clearance Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Conditions of Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Receiving and Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Reversing Conveyor Belt Direction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Gas Type Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Gas Safety Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Servicing / Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 3 SPECIFICATIONS S Top View Front View 4 CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS . Top View Front View 5 CONDITIONS of INSTALLATION I LBC Bakery Equipment shall, for a fee contingent on site location and provided that the conditions of installation are met, provide a factory-authorized service agency to install the LBC Rotisserie. The job site must be ready for installation before LBC Bakery Equipment or its authorized agent arrives. If the installation site is not properly prepared or if there are construction delays, the customer shall be responsible for all expenses incurred during this delay. All expenses resulting from job delay or extension, for reasons beyond the control of LBC Bakery Equipment, shall be the responsibility of the customer. Installation shall be conducted during normal business hours. This installation is for a single trip. Start-up and training are not included. THE INSTALLATION MUST CONFORM WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, OR The National Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, AS APPLICABLE. It is the responsibility of the owner/operator to do the following: A. Secure all required permits and meet all local code requirements. B. Ensure the installation site is cleared and ready for installation before the authorized installer arrives on site. The site shall be smooth and level. C. Provide electric & gas utilities within five (5) feet of installation location per specifications provided by LBC Bakery Equipment D. Provide licensed trades person to make the final electrical and water connections. E. Provide adequate ventilation, including vented hoods and associated roof penetrations. F. Remove all packing materials, crates, etc. resulting from the installation. G. Provide any sheet metal work required by local codes or otherwise to bridge gaps between appliance and adjacent walls or other building structures. RECEIVING and UNPACKING I THIS APPLIANCE WEIGHS UP TO 1225 LBS. FOR SAFE HANDLING, INSTALLER SHOULD OBTAIN

C A U T I O N HELP AS NEEDED OR EMPLOY APPROPRIATE MATERIAL-HANDLING EQUIPMENT (SUCH AS A FORKLIFT, DOLLY OR PALLET JACK) TO REMOVE THE UNIT FROM ITS PACKING MATERIALS AND TO MOVE IT TO THE PLACE OF INSTALLATION.

C A U T I O N SHIPPING STRAPS ARE UNDER TENSION AND CAN SNAP BACK WHEN CUT. Receiving Upon receiving the appliance, immediately check for damage (both visible and concealed) and loss. Visible damage must be noted on the freight bill at the time of delivery and signed by the carrier’s agent. Concealed damage or loss means damage or loss which does not become apparent until the merchandise has been unpacked. If concealed damage or loss is discovered upon unpacking, make a written request for inspection by the carrier’s agent within 15 days of delivery. All packing material should be kept for the inspection. DO NOT return damaged merchandise to LBC Bakery Equipment; you must file your claim with carrier. Unpacking Prior to unpacking, move the appliance as near to its intended location as practical. Existing packaging will help protect the oven from physical damage normally associated with moving it through hallways and doorways. The appliance will arrive inside a wood frame and affixed to a pallet. Remove the wood frame and strapping bands before lifting the unit from the pallet and placing in its intended location. 6 INSTALLATION (Part 1 of 8) 0 THE INSTALLATION MUST CONFORM WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, OR The National Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, AS APPLICABLE. INSTALLATION OF THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE DONE BY PERSONNEL QUALIFIED TO WORK

W A R N I N G WITH ELECTRICITY AND GAS. IMPROPER INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

C A U T I O N ALL ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, GAS, VENTILATION AND EXHAUST CONNECTIONS MUST MEET ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES OR ORDINANCES. EACH OVEN MAY WEIGH UP TO 400 LBS. FOR SAFE

C A U T I O N N O T I C E Clearances HANDLING, INSTALLER SHOULD OBTAIN HELP AS NEEDED OR EMPLOY APPROPRIATE MATERIAL- HANDLING EQUIPMENT SUCH AS A FORKLIFT, DOLLY OR PALLET JACK. During the first few hours of operation , you may notice a small amount of smoke coming from the rotisserie and/or a faint odor. This is normal in a new oven and will disappear after a few hours of use.

Refer to Clearance Requirements section of this manual for spacing from combustible construction and clearances required for servicing or inspecting components. Ventilation and Exhaust VENTILATION AND EXHAUST REQUIREMENTS MUST COMPLY WITH THE NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION STANDARD, NFPA 96, AS WELL AS ANY AND ALL LOCAL AND STATE CODES. The conveyor oven must be installed under a ventilation hood. Hood must have adequate overhangs and exhaust rates to completely capture byproducts of combustion discharged from oven. 7 INSTALLATION (Part 2 of 8) 0 Lifting Individual Ovens Note safe lifting zones indicated by dashed lines on illustrations below. Do not attempt to lift oven by edges not marked with a dashed line. Refer to these illustrations when moving oven(s) as called out in following installation steps.

Front View of Oven Rear View of Oven Remove Adjustable Panel Remove Adjustable Panel

8 INSTALLATION (Part 3 of 8) 0 Base and Casters Depending upon model, appliance will be supplied with either a base with swivel casters or swivel casters only. (Single stacked and double-stacked ovens are installed on base with casters; triple-stacked ovens are installed on casters only.) Locate base panel and secure base or casters to underside of it as shown below. Use 16 each M8 X 20mm hex bolts, M8 plain washers and M8 lock washers provided. Once this is done, lift the oven onto the base panel sub-assembly. Remove oven front panel and rear panel and secure oven to base panel (4 places LPC-19-G, 8 places LPC-31-G) through the oven cook chamber floor. Use M6 X 20mm long truss head screws, 6mm flat washers and 6mm lock washers provided. Second: Secure Oven to Base Panel at circled areas Base Panel

First: Secure Base to Base Panel Single-Stacked and Double-Stacked Ovens Base Second: Secure

First: Secure Casters to Base Panel Triple-Stacked Ovens Base Panel Caster Oven to Base Panel at circled areas

9 INSTALLATION (Part 4 of 8) 0 Leveling Once assembled, move oven to desired location and check level. If oven is not level, loosen bolts at leg or caster mount plates and shim between plates and underside of oven with washers as needed. Once level, re-tighten hex bolts. Stacking (For single ovens, skip to next step) Lift stacked oven onto bottom oven. Place hands only in safe lifting zones as noted previously in this section. Align top oven bottom flange over bottom oven and gently lower into place. Bottom flange of top oven should slide over bottom oven as shown below. Repeat this step for triple stacked ovens. Oven Bottom

Flange Oven

Oven Oven Remove front and rear oven panels of stacked oven(s). Do not remove panels of bottom oven. Locate 4 each holes in bottom flanged panel of each oven. Secure each pair of ovens together through these holes with 4 each M6 X 20mm truss head screws, plain washers and lock washers provided. Install Top Panel Secure Top Panel to top of top oven. For LPC-19-G, use 4 each M6 X 20mm truss head screws provided. For LPC-31-G, use 8 each M6 X 50mm truss head screws provided. Top Panel 10 INSTALLATION (Part 5 of 8) 0 Conveyor Belt Installation C A U T I O NTHE CONVEYOR BELT ASSEMBLY IS HEAVY. FOR SAFE HANDLING, OBTAIN HELP AS NEEDED OR EMPLOY MATERIAL-HANDLING EQUIPMENT TO PERFORM THIS STEP. Remove chain cover attached to side of control compartment (see Illustration 1), exposing driver sprocket. From control side of cook chamber, place end of conveyor belt onto oven opening with pre-installed driven sprocket on belt oriented toward driver sprocket (Illustration 2) and slide belt assembly into cook chamber until end of conveyor extends through far side oven opening. Install chain provided between driver sprocket and driven sprocket. Lift and slide conveyor belt into cook chamber to minimize distance between driver and driven sprockets and loop chain over both sprockets (Illustration 3). Once chain is correctly engaged on both sprockets, pull belt assembly toward control end of bake chamber until chain is taut and conveyor frame is properly seated. Lastly, reinstall chain cover. Chain Cover Illustration 1

Driver Sprocket Belt Assembly Frame Driven Sprocket

Illustration 3 Illustration 2 11 INSTALLATION (Part 6 of 8) 0 Conveyor Belt Tension Adjustment Lift conveyor belt and measure distance from belt to top of conveyor frame (Illustration 1). Distance should be between 2” and 3”. To adjust tension, turn belt tension-adjustment knobs at corners of conveyor frame opposite sprocket end (Illustration 2). NOTE: Conveyor must be cool when adjusting belt. " 3 " 2 Belt Tension Adjustment

Illustration 1 Illustration 2 Electrical Connection Knobs

APPLIANCE, WHEN INSTALLED, MUST BE ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, OR The Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.2, AS APPLICABLE. THIS APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH A THREE- PRONG (GROUNDING) PLUG FOR YOUR

W A R N I N G PROTECTION AGAINST SHOCK HAZARD AND SHOULD BE PLUGGED DIRECTLY INTO A PROPERLY GROUNDED THREE-PRONG RECEPTACLE. DO NOT CUT OR REMOVE THE GROUNDING PRONG FROM THIS PLUG.

Connect 120VAC cord(s) to a power source. One cord is supplied for each oven. Cords are 8’ long and connected at backside of control compartment. For dimensional locations of cord connect points, refer to Specifications section of this manual. Functional Check (Also refer to Controller Operation section of this manual) Turn wall breaker on to energize oven and verify: ∙ Oven controller Power button LED is on Turn oven on at Power button and verify: ∙ All controller displays illuminate Press Conveyor button to turn conveyor on and verify: ∙ Belt consistently engages center sprockets without slipping off teeth ∙ All adjacent center sprockets engage the same belt link Center Sprockets 12 INSTALLATION (Part 7 of 8) 0 Press Fan button to turn fan on and verify: ∙ Heat-circulation fan turns on ∙ Fan button LED illuminates Gas Connection INSTALLATION MUST CONFORM WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, OR The National Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, AS APPLICABLE. Read Emergency Shut-Down section of this manual before proceeding with this stage. C A U T I O NGAS SUPPLY CONNECTIONS AND ANY PIPE JOINT COMPOUND MUST BE RESISTANT TO THE ACTION OF PROPANE GASES. Turn off all electric power to appliance. Connect gas supply to 1/2”NPTF inlet on gas valve located at right rear of each oven. One flexible gas hose is required for each gas connect point. The hose(s) must be of sufficient length to allow appliance to be moved for periodic cleaning after installation. For dimensional locations of connect points, refer to Specifications section. Install a pressure regulator (by others) before oven gas valve(s). Ensure that pipes are clear of dirt or other obstructions. Verify gas supply type matches gas type required for appliance. Gas supply line must at least be the equivalent of 3/4” iron pipe. Verify that gas supply pressure is between 5”and 11”wc. Leak test all joints and fittings with soapy water; do not leak test using an open flame. Before proceeding to next step, smell around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier and will settle on the floor. IF YOU SMELL GAS, FOLLOW GAS SAFETY PROCEDURES OF THIS MANUAL AND APPLIANCE-OWNER’S EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN PROCEDURE. Gas Startup This appliance is equipped with an ignitor which lights the burners automatically. Do not try to light the burner by hand. Turn burner on. Ensure gas VALVE control switch is set to “ON.” Turn on electric power to appliance. Turn on control and adjust Set Point to desired temperature. Press fan button to turn burner on. Verify ignition from sight port on burner. Check O2 (oxygen) and CO (monoxide) levels. To do this, turn conveyor belt off at control and place flue gas analyzer tube on belt with end of tube inside oven. Calibrate Oven Temperature, if required. Insert a thermocouple inside the cook chamber and place on the conveyor belt. Route the probe wire out of the loading door opening and adjust the oven set point to 350oF. Allow the oven to reach the set point and stabilize for at least 90 minutes. If the thermocouple reading and the controller actual temperature differ by more than a couple degrees, the control must be calibrated. To begin, make a note of the temperature difference between the thermocouple and the controller actual temperature, then turn the control power button off and hold the fan off/on button for 3 seconds until a value appears in the set point display. Use the set point up or down arrow to add or subtract the difference in temperature. (EXAMPLE: If the thermocouple is 10o higher than the actual temperature, add 10. If the thermocouple is 10olower than the actual temperature, subtract 10.) Turn the control button on and re-check the thermocouple against the controller actual temperature. Repeat this procedure until the two temperatures match. Conveyor Inspection Verify belt speed. Use Conveyor Speed up or down arrow to set time of 05m:00s. Place object on belt at entrance of cook chamber and, using a watch with a second hand, time how long it takes the object to travel to exit of cook chamber. If time 13 INSTALLATION (Part 8 of 8) 0 is correct, proceed to next stage. If otherwise, note the difference in actual time verses set time (in seconds) and calibrate belt speed per the following paragraph. Reverse belt direction, if required. Belt direction switch can be found at backside of control box. Set to desired position. Chain Restraint Kit Secure the appliance to a building structure with a chain restraint. Affix one end of restraint to rear panel of oven. Two holes must be drilled to affix 2-hole plate located on either end of restraint. A drill bit and mounting hardware are provided in chain restraint kit. Final Inspection Verify the following: ∙ All screws and connections are tight ∙ Gas connections are tight and do not leak ∙ Sandwich door opens and closes easily and remains closed while in vertical position ∙ Fingerprints, dirt and sticker residue have been cleaned from oven GAS TYPE CONVERSION 0 If required to change from natural gas to LP gas or vice versa, perform the following steps: ∙ Disable power and gas supply to the appliance. ∙ Remove existing gas orifice at the end of the gas supply line and replace with orifice provided. If the appliance is stacked, remove orifices from each oven. Discard orifices removed during this step. ∙ Enable power and gas supply to the appliance. ∙ Turn the appliance on and allow gas to fire. ∙ Remove high- and low-fire plastic pressure-adjustment caps and plastic pressure-adjustment screws. Do not discard these parts. ∙ While burner is on, check the valve pressure while in high fire and low fire. Adjust high and low valve pressures to match the values shown on the oven’s data plate. ∙ Reinstall high- and low-fire plastic caps. 14 GAS SAFETY PROCEDURES ) FOR YOUR SAFETY, READ BEFORE OPERATING WARNING IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT, CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE. A. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the burner. DO NOT try to light the burner by hand. B. BEFORE OPERATING, smell around the appliance for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor, because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor. FOR YOUR SAFETY WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS ∙ Do not light any appliance. ∙ Do not touch any electrical switch. ∙ Do not use any phone in your building. ∙ Immediately call your gas supplier from a phone outside of your building. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department. To Turn ON Gas to Appliance 1. STOP! Read the safety information above. 2. Ensure external gas valve is set to ON position. 3. Turn on power to appliance and turn on appliance at Power button. 4. Press fan button on control to turn on fan and burner. 5. If appliance begins to heat up, proceed to next step. If appliance does not heat up, turn off power to appliance and wait five minutes to clear out any gas. If, after five minutes, you smell gas, STOP! Follow safety instructions above. If you do not smell gas, repeat steps 2 and 3. If appliance does not heat up after three attempts, call your service technician. 6. Set control Set point to desired temperature. To Turn OFF gas to appliance 1. Turn off appliance at Power button. 2. Turn external gas valve(s) to OFF position. 15 SERVICING / PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ) SERVICE WORK MUST CONFORM WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, OR The National Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, AS APPLICABLE. THIS APPLIANCE AND ITS INDIVIDUAL SHUTOFF VALVE

C A U T I O N C A U T I O N N O T I C E Clearances MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM DURING ANY PRESSURE TESTING OF THAT SYSTEM AT TEST PRESSURES IN EXCESS OF ½ psi [3.5 kPa]. THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE ISOLATED FROM THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM BY CLOSING ITS INDIVIDUAL MANUAL SHUTOFF VALVE DURING ANY PRESSURE D A N G E R TESTING OF THAT SYSTEM AT TEST PRESSURES EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN ½ psi [3.5 kPa]. Service on this or any other LBC appliance must be performed by qualified personnel. For an approved service representative in your area, visit our website at lbcbakery.com or call our factory toll free at 1-888-722-5686.

Refer to Clearance Requirements section of this manual for spacing from combustible construction and clearances required for servicing or inspecting components. Gas Supply Before servicing, locate gas valve(s) and turn off. If appliance is to be moved for servicing, inspect gas supply line(s). Ensure connections will not be turned or pulled when appliance is moved. If necessary, disconnect gas line(s) at union nearest to oven. Reconnect gas line(s) when servicing is complete and after appliance has been returned to originally-installed position. Turn gas on at valves. Check gas supply connections with soap-water solution to verify that connections are tight and do not leak. Electrical Before servicing, disable power supply to oven. Disconnect plug(s) from electrical outlet(s). If oven has been installed with a junction-box, disable power at wall breaker and lock-out/tag-out per customer’s procedures. Check all electrical terminal screws in control compartment and tighten as needed. After servicing is complete and after appliance has been returned to its originally-installed position, reconnect power and/or turn breaker back on. Chain Restraint The oven has been supplied with a chain restraint. If disconnection of restraint is necessary for servicing, reconnect restraint after servicing is complete and after appliance has been returned to its originally-installed position. Main Motor Check main motor cooling vents for accumulations of lint or other debris and clean as required. NOTE: Main motor bearings are fully enclosed and do not require lubrication. Cooling Fan Check cooling fan for accumulations of lint or other debris and clean as required. 16 CONTROL OPERATION L During the first few hours of operation, you may

N O T I C E Set Point Display Use Set Point arrows to set temp. Set temp will appear in this display. Heat On Light This light illuminates when heaters are on. notice a small amount of smoke and/or a faint odor coming from the appliance. This is normal in new equipment and will disappear after a few hours of use. Actual Temp Display This is the actual temp inside cook chamber. Set Point Buttons Use to set temp. Change Temperature Scale Simultaneously press-and hold both arrows for 3 sec to change from oF to oC and back.

Conveyor Speed Display Use Conveyor Speed arrows to set desired belt speed. Belt speed will appear in this display in minutes and seconds. Fan On/Off Button Use to turn the heat circulation fans on and off. Conveyor Belt On/Off CooL Conveyor Speed Buttons Use to change the conveyor belt speed. Cool-Down Feature On shutdown, if cook chamber temp is ≥200oF [93oC], heaters will turn off while heater fans continue to run. When chamber temp drops below 200oF [93oC], fans

Button will stop and control will

Use to turn the conveyor belt on and off. turn off. “CooL” will appear in Conveyor Speed display whenever Cool Down Feature is active.

17 PARTS LIST (Part 1 of 8) W BOTH HIGH AND LOW VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE OF THIS APPLIANCE WHEN

W A R N I N G C A U T I O N N O T I C E THE UNIT IS PLUGGED/WIRED INTO A LIVE RECEPTACLE. BEFORE REPLACING ANY PARTS, DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY. USE OF ANY REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER THAN THOSE SUPPLIED BY LBC OR THEIR AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS CAN CAUSE BODILY INJURY TO THE OPERATOR AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE APPLIANCE AND WILL VOID ALL WARRANTIES. Service on this or any other LBC appliance must be performed by qualified personnel. For an approved service representative in your area, visit our website at lbcbakery.com or call our factory toll free at 1-888-722-5686.

To order any of the optional parts or accessories listed below, visit our website at lbcbakery.com. You may also call our factory toll free at 1-888-722-5686, or email us at service@lbcbakery.com. Main Assembly 18 PARTS LIST (Part 2 of 8) W Forward Control Compartment Parts Forward Control Compartment Parts (Continued) 19 PARTS LIST (Part 3 of 8) W Main Motor Parts Heat Circulation Fan Horizontal Duct Parts 20 PARTS LIST (Part 4 of 8) W Conveyor Parts * See 89 for complete Conveyor Assembly 21 PARTS LIST (Part 5 of 8) W Rear Control Compartment Parts Burner Parts

* See 123 for complete Burner Assembly 22

PARTS LIST (Part 6 of 8) W Item No. Part Description Quantity Per Oven Part No. Usage 1 Shelf Extender – Entrance (6”) 1190-189 LPC-19 only 190-189-1 LPC-31 only 2 Knob, Adjustable Door 4 190-372 3 Adjustable Door 2190-143-3 LPC-19 only 190-143-1 LPC-31 only 4 Shelf Extender – Exit (12”) 1190-188 LPC-19 only 190-188-1 LPC-31 only 190-787 LPC-19, 1-stack only

5 Base with Casters 1 190-787-1 LPC-19, 2-stack only 190-797 LPC-31, 1-stack only 190-797-1 LPC-31, 2-stack only

6 Caster 4 72901-25 All 3-stacks only 7 Sandwich Door 1 190-777 8 Front Panel 1190-770 LPC-19 only 190-770-1 LPC-31 only 9 Knob, Front Panel 4 190-778-1 20 Power Cord 1 31110-25 21 Bracket, Control Mount 1 190-145 22 Control Panel + Control Label 1 190-153+190-154 23 Main Control 1 40102-79 30 Tube – Air Switch 1190-159 LPC-19 only 190-159-1 LPC-31 only 31 Pressure Switch 1 30808-05 32 High Limit 1 30401-33 33 Axial Fan 1 30200-45 34 Flexible Hose - Gas 1 74000-53 35 Gas Valve 1 80505-17 36 Motor, Belt 1 30200-70 37 Gear Reducer 1 30200-78 50 Rear Panel 1190-761-1 LPC-19 only 190-761-3 LPC-31 only 51 Angle – Motor Mount 2190-315 LPC-19 only 190-315-2 LPC-31 only 52 Left Side, Motor Cover 1190-339 LPC-19 only 190-339-4 LPC-31 only 53 Body, Motor Cover 1190-338 LPC-19 only 190-338-2 LPC-31 only 54 Right Side, Motor Cover 1190-339-1 LPC-19 only 190-339-3 LPC-31 only 55 Cover, Wireway 1190-368 LPC-19 only 190-368-2 LPC-31 only 23 PARTS LIST (Part 7 of 8) W Item No. Part Description Quantity Per Oven Part No. Usage 56 Motor – 3/4 hp 130200-84 LPC-19 only Motor – 1 hp 30200-85 LPC-31 only 57 Band, Motor 1 71700-03 58 Body, Motor Mount 1190-316 LPC-19 only 190-316-1 LPC-31 only 60 Fan, Heat Circulation 171500-16 LPC-19 only 71500-17 LPC-31 only 70 Body, Upper Duct 2190-324 LPC-19 only 190-415 LPC-31 only 71 Plate, Duct 5190-232-2 LPC-19 only 190-414 LPC-31 only 73 Body, Lower Duct 3190-325 LPC-19 only 190-416 LPC-31 only 80 Knob, Belt Tensioner 2 190-297 81 Belt Tensioner 2 190-743 82 Sprocket, Belt8 SP636-80-1 LPC-19 only 10 SP636-80-1 LPC-31 only SP636-70-3LPC-19 only

83 Shaft, Conveyor 1 SP636-70-4 190-267LPC-31 only 190-268

84 Sprocket, Drive 1 73000-07 85a Chain 1 73100-08 85b Connecting Link for item 85a 1 73100-07 86 Sprocket, Driven 1 SP636-80-5 87 Belt, Conveyor 1SP636-70-6 LPC-19 only SP636-70-7 LPC-31 only 88 Crumb Tray 2190-180-70-15 LPC-19 only 190-263 LPC-31 only 89 Conveyor Belt Assembly 1190-180-70 LPC-19 only 190-1780-70-1 LPC-31 only 100 Ignition Module 1 80300-23 101 Transformer 1 31400-26 102 Relay 1 30701-05 24 PARTS LIST (Part 8 of 8) W Item No. Part Description Quantity Per Oven Part No. Usage 103 Ground Connector 1 31200-08 104 Power Distribution Block 1 30500-01 105 Cover, Control Compartment - Rear 1 190-354 106 Switch, Belt Direction 1 30303-06 120 Flame Sensor Rod 1 41100-36-1 121 Hot Surface Ignitor 1 80302-12 122 Shutter, Air – Burner 1 190-330-1 123 Burner Assembly 1190-764 LPC-19 only 190-764-3 LPC-31 only 25

WIRING DIAGRAM (Part 1 of 2) W Wiring diagrams are also located on the inside of the control compartment cover.

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WIRING DIAGRAM (Part 2 of 2) W Wiring diagrams are also located on the inside of the control compartment cover.

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