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PDF Content Summary: PFA SERIES MODELS OWNER’S MANUAL PHONE: 603-225-6684 MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 501, Concord, NH 03302-0501 SHIPPING ADDRESS: 10 Ferry St., Concord, NH 03301 FAX: 603-225-8472 GENERAL INFORMATION: profits@perfectfry.com CUSTOMER SUPPORT: service@perfectfry.com WEB: http://www.perfectfry.com ©2012 PERFECT FRY COMPANY Be sure ALL operators read, understand and have access to this manual at all times. L20-391 R0

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS TABLE OF CONTENTS THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING A PERFECT FRYER! ...............................................................................................................................1 WARRANTY REGISTRATION ...........................................................................................................................................................................1 FRYER ACTIVATION ......................................................................................................................................................................................1 OWNERS RESPONSIBILITIES ......................................................................................................................................................................2 REGULATIONS & RECYCLING .....................................................................................................................................................................3 SAFETY FIRST ..............................................................................................................................................................................................4 INSTALLATION..............................................................................................................................................................................................5 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY (NORTH AMERICAN MODELS) .............................................................................................................................5 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS (NORTH AMERICAN MODELS) ............................................................................................................................5 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY (INTERNATIONAL MODELS) .................................................................................................................................6 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS (INTERNATIONAL MODELS) ................................................................................................................................6 ACCESSORY OUTLETS (NORTH AMERICAN MODELS) .......................................................................................................................................7 PREPARE COUNTER-TOP AREA .....................................................................................................................................................................8 UNPACK.......................................................................................................................................................................................................8 ASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11 COOKING .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17 CLEANING ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 DAILY MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................................................................................. 18 WEEKLY MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 18 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................................................. 20 TIPS ON DEEP FRYING .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21 OIL FACTS ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25 STARTING UP ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 26 MANUAL MODE ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 PRESET TIMES ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 PRESET MODE ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 27 PRESET LOCKED MODE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 28 RAPIDFRYTM MODE..................................................................................................................................................................................... 28 RAPIDFRYTM 2GO ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 29 DUAL LOAD ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30 COOKING TIME CORRECTION....................................................................................................................................................................... 31 OPEN DRAWER LID – PAUSED COOK CYCLE ................................................................................................................................................. 31 STANDBY MODE ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 SHUTTING DOWN ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 32 USER DEFINED OPTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 33 BACKGROUND MENU - ACCESSING .............................................................................................................................................................. 34 CTSTM (COOK TIME SENSITIVITY) ................................................................................................................................................................ 34 BACKGROUND MENU - MAP ......................................................................................................................................................................... 34 OPTION CHANGES ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 CUSTOMIZING PRESETS .............................................................................................................................................................................. 40 CUSTOMIZING PRESETS ON THE FRONT LABEL ............................................................................................................................................. 41 HELP ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 42 SYSTEM ERROR CONDITIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 42 TROUBLE-SHOOTING TABLE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 44 PFS AUTOMATIC EXTINGUISHER ............................................................................................................................................................. 45 BLOW-APART DIAGRAM & PARTS LIST ................................................................................................................................................... 47 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ............................................................................................................................................................. 48 THE PERFECT FRY 1 2 3 WARRANTY ..................................................................................................................................................... 49 II OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Thank You for Purchasing a Perfect Fryer! Warranty Registration To ensure that you receive the highest quality service & support; 1) Simply fill out the online warranty registration form anytime at http://www.perfectfry.com and automatically receive your warranty activation code. OR 2) Fill out the enclosed warranty registration form and mail or fax it to Perfect Fry Company then phone Toll Free 603-225-6684 (Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 EST) to receive your warranty activation code. Fryer Activation SEE THIS LCD DO THIS GET THIS LCD PURCHASING FRYER THANK SN# YOU A XXXXX PERFECT FOR 1) Enter your warranty activation code ENTER CALL WARRANTY OR GO ONLINE CODE 2) Press  AND PRESS START: 3) Your Perfect Fryer is now permanently activated For temporary access, enter 123456 then press Page 1 of 49 . Temporary access is valid for 90 days. Now that you have registered and activated your fryer; • Take advantage of our food program partners whose rebates help offset the cost of your newly purchased Perfect Fryer. Food program rebates will be sent to you, however if you wish to view our current partners immediately, please visit http://www.perfectfry.com. • Take comfort in knowing that your Perfect Fryer is backed by an industry leading 1..2..3 warranty (see page 49 for further details). • Take comfort in knowing that the management and staff at Perfect Fry Company are dedicated to ensure that you, the owner and operator of a Perfect Fryer, receive a top quality product that is thoroughly inspected and tested prior to shipment. • Take comfort in knowing that our local distribution network is committed to supplying your service and warranty needs. Each distributor has dedicated service staff that is able to answer any questions you may have regarding the operation of your Perfect Fryer. We also have an online knowledgebase available 24/7/365 at perfectfry.com with many great tips and solutions. HEATING 70oF OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 OWNERS RESPONSIBILITIES It is the owner’s responsibility to: • Insure the PERFECT FRYER is properly maintained. • Allow only properly trained personnel to operate, clean and maintain a PERFECT FRYER. • Contact local authorities having jurisdiction to insure that the installation conforms to all local fire, building and health regulations. • Schedule and maintain documentation that the appropriate inspection and maintenance of the PFS Automatic Extinguisher has been completed. • Insure that the model ready for installation matches the supply voltage. • Insure that the main power supply is disconnected before the PERFECT FRYER is serviced. • Insure that all safety devices are intact. • Insure that a proper surface is provided for the PERFECT FRYER to sit on. • Insure that proper clearances are kept. • Operate and store the PERFECT FRYER above 32°F (0°C). • Return the PERFECT FRYER for recycling when it reaches end of life. Page 2 of 49 REGULATIONS & RECYCLING Installation of your PERFECT FRYER must conform to all local fire and health regulations and building codes. The installation use and maintenance is to be in accordance with the Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations, NFPA 96 - 2004. The table below describes the standards that your PERFECT FRYER has been tested to and the corresponding listing marks depending on your region. STANDARD DESCRIPTION LISTING MARK UL 197 UL 197 SB (UL 710B) Commercial electric cooking appliances. Commercial electric cooking appliances with recirculating systems. UL 197 & UL 197 SB supplement also reference the following standards which your PERFECT FRYER meets applicable parts thereof: • UL 1046: Grease Filters for Exhaust Ducts. • UL 300: Fire Testing of Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Restaurant Cooking Areas. • NFPA 17A: Wet Chemical Extinguishing Systems. • NFPA 96: Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations. • EPA 202: Determination of Condensable Particulate Emissions for Stationary Sources. Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances Part 1. General Requirements Amendment 8913 - October 1995 Amendment 9475 - May 1997 Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances Part 2. Commercial Electric Deep Fat Fryers Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Emissions & Immunity for Light Industrial Environments The table below describes the recycling procedures for your PERFECT FRYER. WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) 2002/96/EC When your PERFECT FRYER has reached end of life, please deliver the fryer to your local distributor. They will prepare and deliver the fryer for recycling to the WEEE collection system in your country. Most of the fryer’s materials can be recycled. DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE FRYER IN MUNICIPAL WASTE! Commercial CSA 22.2 Cooking Appliances forming part of No. 109-M1981 Canadian Electrical Code, Part 2 Safety Standards for Electrical Equipment. NSF 4 Commercial Cooking, Rethermalization, and Powered Hot Food Holding and Transport Equipment. EN60335-1 EN60335-2-37 EN61000-6-1 EN61000-6-3 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 3 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 SAFETY FIRST LIFTING & MOVING:  Your PERFECT FRYER’s gross shipping weight is 125 lb. (57 kg). Net weight = 110 lb. (50 kg). DO NOT LIFT THE FRYER BY YOURSELF. ALWAYS REMOVE OIL BEFORE MOVING FRYER. DEEP FRYING:  Cooking oil is very hot ~350oF (177oC). Hot oil can cause severe burns. DO NOT TOUCH THE COOKING OIL UNLESS YOU ARE SURE IT HAS COOLED. HEATER MODULE:  DO NOT DROP  DO NOT IMMERSE IN WATER CLEANING:  DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID OR FRONT PANEL WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING  Before cleaning fryer or removing oil, let fryer cool to 122oF (50oC). DO NOT TOUCH HEATER MODULE, VAT OR OIL UNLESS YOU ARE SURE IT HAS COOLED.  Lubricate rails of shovel and bottom of drawer using an approved food grade grease or silicone lubricant COOKING OIL MAINTENANCE:  For sanitation and safety, we recommend that the cooking oil is replaced once a week, more often for higher volume usage. Use a commercial grade deep-fryer formulated cooking oil. OLD OIL HAS A REDUCED FLASHPOINT. OLD OIL AND OVER-WET FOOD ARE PRONE TO SURGE BOILING. SERVICING:  DISCONNECT THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE SERVICING THE FRYER. There is no need to unplug your PERFECT FRYER for normal cleaning or maintenance. STORAGE:  Do not store your PERFECT FRYER below 32°F (0°C) Page 4 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 INSTALLATION Electrical Power Supply (North American Models) • Your PERFECT FRYER must be connected to a dedicated electrical circuit that meets your fryer’s requirements (see table below). Improper Installation may damage the fryer and void your warranty • If your PERFECT FRYER’s plug does not fit your wall outlet receptacle, have an electrician install the appropriate NEMA receptacle within 4 feet of the fryer. • See the manufacturer’s label on your PERFECT FRYER for the electrical Model No. PFAXXX, then check off your Model Number. • Your PERFECT FRYER is equipped with a heat lamp outlet for an optional PFW heat lamp rated at 500W (240V/2A). Electrical Specifications (North American Models) PERFECT FRY CIRCUIT MODEL VOLTS AMPS AMPS WATTS Page 5 of 49 NEMA NUMBER NEMA RECEPTACLE ↓ Put a check mark  in the box beside the Model Number of your PERFECT FRYER. □ PFA720 240 32.0 Fryer 30 Acc. 2 For use on an individual branch circuit rated 40A minimum. For supply connectors, use minimum no. 8 AWG wire (40A rated). This fryer must be properly connected to a grounded, dedicated 240 VAC single phase circuit according to local installation standards and codes. □ PFA570 240 26.0 Fryer 24 Acc. 2 Minimum 7600 40 Fryer 7200 Acc. 400 For use on an individual branch circuit rated 40A minimum. For supply connectors, use minimum no. 8 AWG wire (40A rated). This fryer must be properly connected to a grounded, dedicated 240 VAC single phase circuit according to local installation standards and codes. □ PFA570 208 28.5 Fryer 27 Acc. 1.5 Minimum 6100 30 Fryer 5700 Acc. 400 For use on an individual branch circuit rated 40A minimum. For supply connectors, use minimum no. 8 AWG wire (40A rated). This fryer must be properly connected to a grounded, dedicated 208 VAC single phase circuit according to local installation standards and codes. □ PFA375 240 18.0 Fryer 16 Acc. 2 Minimum 6000 30 Fryer 5700 Acc. 300 20 4150 Fryer 3750 Acc. 400 For use on an individual branch circuit rated 30A minimum. For supply connectors, use minimum no. 10 AWG wire (30A rated). This fryer must be properly connected to a grounded, dedicated 240 VAC single phase circuit according to local installation standards and codes. All models are single phase; 50/60 hertz. OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Electrical Power Supply (International Models) • Your PERFECT FRYER must be connected to a dedicated electrical circuit that meets your fryer’s requirements (see table below). Improper Installation may damage the fryer and void your warranty • If your PERFECT FRYER’s plug does not fit your wall outlet receptacle, have an electrician install the appropriate receptacle within 1.25 meters of the fryer. • See the manufacturer’s label on your PERFECT FRYER for the electrical Model No. PFAXXXX, then check off your Model Number. • Heat lamp requires a standard 240 VAC receptacle located within 1.5 meters of the fryer. Electrical Specifications (International Models) PERFECT FRY MODEL VOLTS AMPS Page 6 of 49 CIRCUIT AMPS WATTS ↓ Put a check mark  in the box beside the Model Number of your PERFECT FRYER. □ PFA720 240 30.0 Minimum 30 7200 □ PFA570 240 24.0 Minimum 30 5700 □ PFA375 240 16.0 20 3750 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 INSTALLATION (Continued) Accessory Outlets (North American Models) Your PERFECT FRYER is equipped with 1 heat lamp outlet (North American models only) that can accept a Perfect Fry approved heat lamp only. The front heat lamp for the PFA is rated at 500W (240V/2A). Disconnect the fryer from the electrical supply before attempting the installation of any Perfect Fry heat lamp. The heat lamp is for use only on Perfect Fry equipment equipped and marked with a heat lamp outlet. A front panel mount switch controls the power to the heat lamp. Page 7 of 49 1 1 Clearances: 1” on sides 2” on back 0” on top Unpack 1) Cut straps on shipping box 2) Remove box top and body 3) Remove outer plastic wrapping and keep box along with foam corners and sides OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 INSTALLATION (Continued) Prepare Counter-top Area Page 8 of 49  1 Air Filter Cage  2 Air Filter Cartridge  3 Grease Filter  4 Grease Filter Tray  5 Basket  6 Heater Module  7 Oil Vat  8 Oil Spill Tray  9 Oil Hose  10 Leg (x4)  11 Front Panel  12 Shovel  13 Drawer Cover  14 Drawer Sleeve  15 Drawer Ramp  16 Heat Lamp (optional)  17 Basket Ramp  18 Basket Ramp Spring (x2)  19 Receiving Tray (not included) 4” high full size pan recommended  20 Heat Lamp Cordset (not shown) 4) Remove all foam stuffing and parts 5) Put check mark  in box once the part is removed OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 9 of 49 10 9 19 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 11 13 15 14 Page 10 of 49 12 18 16 17 6) Tilt PERFECT FRYER to one side and install 2 adjustable legs, repeat process for other side Do not operate your PERFECT FRYER without legs. 7) Lift your PERFECT FRYER onto countertop and adjust legs as necessary Your PERFECT FRYER weighs 110 lb. (50 kg). Lift it carefully with your legs or with the help of another person and place it in its final location. 8) Ensure that blow-off caps on fire extinguisher nozzles are kept in place 9) Go to ASSEMBLY section (next page) OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 ASSEMBLY 1) Clean parts and inside of cabinet (all except air filter cartridge) a) Wash in warm soapy water b) Rinse with hot water c) Rinse with vinegar solution (1 part vinegar to 2 parts water) The heater box and heat lamp must NOT be immersed in water or other liquid. 2) Install grease filter into grease filter tray Note: magnet should be on right side 3) Install grease filter/grease filter tray into filter compartment by sliding along rails and towards back 4) Fit air filter cage over air filter cartridge Note: Make sure arrows are pointing up Page 11 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 ASSEMBLY (Continued) 5) Slide air filter cartridge firmly back into filter compartment and fasten down with latch. 6) Install spill tray into bottom cooking compartment Note: Indents on bottom of spill tray should fit into indents on bottom of cabinet 7) Set heater module onto vat Note: “^” grooves on bottom of heater module should fit onto back of vat 8) Pour frying oil into vat. Fill to COLD level mark. Use commercial grade deep fryer cooking oil. DO NOT OVERFILL. HOT COLD Page 12 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 ASSEMBLY (Continued) 9) Slide heater module/vat into cooking compartment and push in all the way. Ensure electrical connection is complete with firm push on heater module. 10) Install basket a) Tilt basket bottom forward and maneuver rod past cabinet flanges Page 13 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 ASSEMBLY (Continued) b) Install rod into pivot slot – left side c) Install rod into motor coupler – right side 11) Install front panel using lift off hinges and close front panel. Turn latches 1⁄4 turn clockwise and press down. Page 14 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 ASSEMBLY (Continued) 12) Install drawer sleeve using 4 captive screws. Tighten securely. Note: Bottom of drawer sleeve should sit tight on front panel. 13) Install heat lamp. Connect cordset to connectors on left side of heat lamp and back of fryer (accessory outlet 1). Refer to Accessories on page 7 for more information. To change the 100W halogen bulb, remove cover and replace bulb with a similarly rated (correct voltage ) bulb. Be sure not to touch the bulb with bare hands. Note: Tabs on back of heat lamp should fit into slots on front panel 14) Install drawer cover Note: Tabs on inside of cover should fit into slots on sides of drawer sleeve Page 15 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 ASSEMBLY (Continued) 15) Install basket ramp using hinges. Install basket ramp springs onto mounts provided. For proper airflow and sanitation, basket ramp must always be installed. 16) Install drawer ramp into hole on right side and slots on left side of inside of front panel. 17) Install drawer shovel into guides and push shovel in completely. 18) Close and lock the front panel by turning latches 1⁄4 turn clockwise and pressing down. Plug in fryer and press . The fryer will now begin heating. In a few minutes, you will be ready to start cooking! Page 16 of 49

to toggle between modes Press

Manual Mode Preset Mode Preset Locked Mode RapidFryTM Mode Load Food Load Food Load Food Load Food

Select Time Press # Select Select Press 3. Close Drawer Lid 4. Enter Time/Press Start Select # Manual Mode shown below # Manual Mode shown below

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 COOKING 1. Open Drawer Lid 2. Fill Drawer Page 17 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 CLEANING Daily Maintenance Do not unplug the fryer and always make sure the fryer is turned off Do not touch heater module, oil vat or oil unless you are sure it has cooled 1) Wipe basket with paper towel to remove crumbs and food particles 2) Wipe crumbs, oil and any other food matter from inside of drawer using a paper towel 3) Clean outside of fryer with a good stainless steel cleaner and wipe dry 4) Lubricate rails of shovel and bottom of drawer using an approved food grade grease or silicone lubricant Do not clean the outside or any other stainless steel part using abrasive cleaners 5) Check oil level on the back of vat to make sure it is up to cold line (at room temperature). If not, add oil as necessary. Replace the cooking oil once a week or more often if necessary. Use a COMMERCIAL GRADE DEEP FRY COOKING OIL. Weekly Maintenance Do not unplug the fryer and always make sure the fryer is turned off Do not touch heater module, oil vat or oil unless you are sure it has cooled 1) Open front panel by lifting and turning latches. Remove drawer parts and wash in soap and hot water. Rinse well in hot water and dry. 2) Remove air filter cartridge and set aside (for replacement, see page 20). Do not wash air filter cartridge 3) Remove grease filter tray from cabinet. Remove grease filter from tray and drain any oil that has accumulated. Wash both parts in soap and hot water. Rinse well in hot water and dry. Page 18 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 CLEANING (Continued) 4) Attach oil hose and drain cooking oil from vat into containers for disposal. Have empty containers handy for proper disposal of used cooking oil. A rendering company can help with proper disposal. 5) Remove basket lift, oil vat and heater module (picture right). Spray parts with oven cleaner, enclose with plastic bag for at least one hour or leave overnight if possible. Wash in soap and hot water and rinse well in hot water. Rinse parts in a solution of: 1 part white vinegar [5% acetic acid] and 2 parts water. The vinegar rinse is very important. It neutralizes soap residue that causes oil breakdown foaming. Soap residue turns oil dark and reduces its performance significantly. Clear water rinse parts. Clean the male and female terminals on connectors with rubbing alcohol and cotton swab. The heater box must NOT be immersed in water or other liquid. Do not spray male connector 6) Remove spill tray and drain any oil that has accumulated. Wash in soap and hot water. Rinse well in hot water and dry. 7) With internal components removed, clean cooking and filter compartments with grease cutting soap or oven cleaner if necessary. Rinse with damp cloth and dry. Do not spray female connector 8) Clean countertop and external surfaces. 9) Ensure that blow-off caps on fire extinguisher nozzles are kept in place 10) Re-install all parts (see ASSEMBLY page 11) Page 19 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 CLEANING (Continued) Periodic Maintenance Air Filter Cartridge Replacement • Replace the air filter cartridge at least once every 2 months, more often for higher volume usage. Replacement is safer and easier when the fryer is cool rather than hot. • Only PERFECT FRY filters may be used in your PERFECT FRYER. Steps to replace air filter cartridge: 1) Open front panel by lifting and turning latches 2) Release latch on air filter cage, and remove air filter cage and air filter cartridge from filter compartment 3) Remove old used air filter cartridge from air filter cage 4) Wipe air filter cage clean 5) Fit air filter cage over new air filter cartridge and write date on cartridge (⇧⇧ Arrows up) 6) Install air filter cage and new air filter cartridge firmly back into filter compartment and latch in place 7) Close front panel and latch shut PFS Automatic Extinguisher • The PFS automatic extinguisher must be inspected monthly by the owner/operator and semi-annually by authorized service personnel as per NFPA 17A. It is important that a maintenance program is set up with a local fire service company to ensure that local jurisdictional codes are being met. Please refer to PFS Automatic Extinguisher (page 45) for more information. Page 20 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 TIPS ON DEEP FRYING Great Food in Less Time • Use premium quality commercial deep frying oil. Canola and Soybean oils are recommended. Do not use household cooking oils from your local supermarket. Poor quality oils may shorten the life of the air filter cartridge. • Keep food frozen until ready to fry. Frozen product will absorb less oil during the cooking process. • Remove ice from food. Ice results in excess bubbling and spillage of oil out of the vat.

• Minimize the moisture. Excess moisture extends the cooking time. Water, ice, sugar and breading all contribute to shortening the life of the oil. MINIMIZE THE MOISTURE REDUCE THE COOKING TIME MAXIMIZE THE PROFIT

• Try to reduce the amount of breading that falls off of the food. Breading often has sugar and other ingredients that will reduce the oil’s life and darken the appearance of food. Consider filtering the oil to remove the breading particles. • Do not overfill the drawer. Excess food may not be cooked properly. Common Questions • How Much Oil to Use? The PERFECT FRY has a capacity of 2.75 gallons(11L) of oil. Fill the oil vat to the cold line only. • How Much to Fry? Fill the drawer to the top only. The drawer has an approximate capacity of 3 lbs (1.5 kg) of product per cycle. Whatever you can fit in the drawer is what you can fry. • What is the Ideal Temperature Range for Cooking? The ideal temperature range for cooking product is between 350°F and 360°F (177°C and 182°C). The factory default setting for cooking temperature is 350°F (177°C). • Should Frozen Food Be Defrosted? DO NOT THAW FROZEN FOOD! Frozen foods only should be put directly into the fryer in order to minimize moisture. • Can I Refreeze Frozen Foods? NO, do not refreeze frozen foods. Foods that are refrozen can absorb more oil, which will result in a dry, brittle and tasteless product. Page 21 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 OIL FACTS Frying oil is especially formulated to withstand high temperatures. For this reason, you must ensure you are using the right product. Liquid vegetable shortening is produced by several companies; the oil has an additive and/or has been formulated to increase the performance during high temperature usage. DO NOT USE OIL THAT IS RECOMMENDED BOTH FOR SALAD AND FRYING! Fill the oil vat to the cold line only. The oil expands as it heats and if overfilled, the bottom of the basket will remain in the oil when in the up/serve position. How Much to Fry? • Fill the drawer no higher than the top. Do not overfill the drawer. • Keep drawer and basket clean and free of breading/batter build up. • Remove ice crystals or excess water before frying. • Do not salt or season before frying. • Remove surplus and/or batter before frying. • Do not allow frozen food to thaw before frying. • Drain fried foods before serving. How Hot is TOO Hot? Ideal frying temperature range is between 350°F and 360°F (177°C and 182°C). Factory default setting is 350°F (177°C). When frying at too low a temperature, food absorbs more oil which increases oil consumption. Excessive Oil Usage? The fried product is absorbing oil. Possible reasons for this include: • Excess breading or batter, shake off excess before frying. • Allow basket to drain longer, adjust the drain time. • Food is being allowed to thaw before frying. Cleaning Your Fryer? • Refer to the Cleaning section of this owner’s manual. Remember to clean the basket and drawer daily. Filtering Your Oil? The most important procedure you can do is to maintain the oil, extending its life: • Filter at least once a day, preferably first thing in the morning when the oil is at room temperature. • Filtering removes all the contaminants from the previous days cooking. • Clean the oil vat. Points to Remember: • Clean the cooking chamber at least once a week and rinse thoroughly. • Filter oil daily. • Do not overheat oil. • Use the standby mode when possible. • Do not salt product prior to frying. • Remove ice crystals and moisture before frying. • Maintain oil level in vat, check to ensure it is at the hot line often. • The oil is dead when foaming appears continuously on the oil surface Your oil, product taste, and customers depend on you. Page 22 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 OIL FACTS (Continued) If the oil temperature is set too high, the food will cook on the exterior and the interior will be undercooked. When the interior is cooked completely, the exterior will be overdone or burnt. The higher temperature will also cause the oil to break down faster and smoke. During slow periods, take advantage of the standby mode which allows the oil to cool down to 275°F (135°C), prolonging the oil life and reducing energy costs while allowing quick recover time when required. The oil temperature should not be adjusted when cooking different products. Adjust the cooking time instead. Frozen Foods Put frozen foods directly into the fryer. DO NOT THAW FROZEN FOODS! Blot excess water from food before frying. Remove ice crystals that may be at the bottom of the product bag. OIL AND WATER DO NOT MIX! Water reacts with oil and makes it break down rapidly resulting in darkening, smoking and foaming (a process called hydrolysis). Excess water in the oil can cause the following problems: • Unnecessary temperature drop meaning longer cooking times. • More energy usage to maintain cooking temperature. • Excessive splattering inside the fryer resulting in a mess to clean up. • Decreased life of the air filter and the oil. Refreezing Frozen Foods? Frozen foods should be fried frozen. Foods that are refrozen can absorb more oil and make your fried foods taste greasy. Refrozen food forms excessive ice and these ice crystals can bond food pieces together causing clumping. Remember: • Always FRY FOOD FROZEN. • NEVER REFREEZE thawed food. • REMOVE ice crystals from product before frying. • DO NOT accept thawed or refrozen product from supplier. Excessive Foaming? The main reason for foaming is improper rinsing of oil vat after cleaning: • To remove soap residue, rinse 3 times with water after cleaning or neutralize with a water and vinegar solution (1 part white vinegar to 2 parts water). • Take care of your oil; use standby mode during slow periods. High temperature and oxygen contribute to oil breakdown. Filter oil and clean vat at least once a day when using heavily breaded products. Excessive Smoking/Oil Darkening? • Oil is too hot, check temperature. • Inadequate filtering, breading or batter build-up in vat causes oil breakdown, giving food a bitter taste. • Moisture content is too high. Use precooked frozen products only. Remember to remove ice crystals. Grease Soaked Food? • Frozen food is being allowed to thaw before frying. • Oil is in the advanced stages of breakdown, replace immediately. • Oil temperature is too low, check temperature. • Product has too much breading or batter, remove excess. Page 23 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 OIL FACTS (Continued) Food Not Browning Properly? • New oil may not brown the product; check color again after a few basket loads. • Too much product is in the basket; fill no higher than the fill line. • Product is not frying long enough, follow manufacturers suggested cooking times. • Oil temperature is too low, check oil temperature. • Product is frying in excess foam. • Oil level is too low, check the oil level. Premature Oil Breakdown? • Oil is at full temperature during slow periods, use standby mode. • Oil is contaminated. Never use wire brushes, copper pads or steel wool for cleaning. Use a hard bristle brush and filter oil regularly. Rinse with water vinegar solution. • Also, see section; HOW HOT IS TOO HOT? Statements used in OIL FACTS section are taken from: • NAFEM Food Service Industry • Canola Research Foundation • Sysco Oil Publication Page 24 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS KEYPAD LCD SCREEN • Easy to use, just a firm touch with your finger tip • Displays user information • A smooth flat surface that’s easy to keep clean ACTIVE MODE • Shows which of six modes your PERFECT FRYER is in 350oF 2:00 RAPIDFRYTM 2GO & READY DUAL LOAD • Cooking time of pre-loaded product (see page 29 & 30) OIL TEMPERATURE PRESET NAME • Always displayed • Choose between oC & oF (See page 39) • See page 27 for defaults • See page 40 to customize PRESET KEY • Choose any one of 9 preset cooking times • Toggle between preset modes (See page 27) Table 1 Preset Mode Functionality Feature Manual Preset Preset Locked RapidFryTM Mode Mode Mode Mode Manually enter cook time     Automatically enters preset time     Remains in same mode after cook cycle     Eliminates need to use keypad     Page 25 of 49 READY 3:00 PRESET FRENCH FRIES COOK TIME • Time remaining in cook cycle LEFT ARROW KEY • Adjusts cook time up by 10 second increments NUMBER KEYS • 0 to 9 ON/OFF KEY • To turn ON • To turn OFF • To put in STANDBY (see page 32) PRESET MODE • Shows which preset mode your PERFECT FRYER is in (See page 27) CANCEL KEY • Stops a cook cycle • Resets the screen START KEY • Begins a cook cycle RIGHT ARROW KEY • Adjusts cook time down by 10 second increments OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) Starting Up YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS 1) Press 1) Now in HEATING mode 2) Oil temperature rising to operating temperature 2) Allow 10 to 15 minutes for oil to reach operating temperature (350oF or 177oC). READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 3) Once operating temperature is reached, now READY to start cooking. Manual Mode 1) Open drawer lid 2) Fill drawer with food product READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 1) LCD displays OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 3) Close drawer lid READY 350MANUAL oF CLOSE LID 2) Basket lowers into oil 3) LCD displays CLOSE LID 4) Enter cook time and press 4) LCD displays SELECT TIME/START 5) Drawer loads food into oil 6) COOKING cycle begins 7) Fryer counts down time remaining 8) Basket raises out of oil 9) Food drains (time adjustable) 10) Fryer “beeps” to let you know that food is cooked 11) Fryer dumps food into warming tray 5) Serve food from warming tray 350oF ex: 1 3 0 Note: DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID OR FRONT PANEL WHEN 350oF PRODUCT IS LOADING COOKING 350oF 0:00 MANUAL 12) COOKING cycle is complete for 1⁄2 second. OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 26 of 49 HEATING MANUAL 70oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD READY MANUAL 1:30 SELECT TIME/START READY MANUAL 1:30 LOADING Name Time 1 FRENCH FRIES 3:00 4 POPPERS 3:00 7 FISH FILLETS 4:00 2 CHICKEN TENDERS 4:00 5 CHEESE BITES 2:00 8 CHICKEN WINGS 4:00 3 ONION RINGS 2:30 6 CORN DOGS 3:00 9 CHICKEN & FRIES 4:00 NOTE: Pressing repetitively will toggle between MANUAL mode, PRESET mode PRESET LOCKED mode and RAPIDFRYTM mode. NOTE: The default presets are programmed and displayed to show you the PERFECT FRYER’s capabilities. We recommend that you change the presets to match your own requirements. Please refer to pages 40 and 41. Preset Mode YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS 1) Open drawer lid 2) Fill drawer with food product 3) Close drawer lid 4) Press 1) Now in PRESET mode 2) LCD displays PRESET 3) Basket lowers into oil 5) Press 1 (for example) Cook cycle starts automatically Note: You can choose between 9 different presets Note: DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID OR FRONT PANEL WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING COOKING 3:00 PRESET FRENCH FRIES 4) LCD displays FRENCH FRIES (default is 3:00) 5) Drawer loads food into oil 6) COOKING cycle begins 7) Fryer counts down time remaining 6) Serve food from warming tray 350oF 8) Basket raises out of oil 9) Food drains (time adjustable) READY 350MANUAL oF 10) Fryer “beeps” to let you know that food is cooked 11) Fryer dumps food into warming tray OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 12) COOKING cycle is complete 13) Fryer returns to READY mode 14) Fryer returns to MANUAL mode Name Time OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) Preset Times Cooking Times & Names (factory defaults) Page 27 of 49 READY PRESET 350oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD Name Time to change the preset used for RAPIDFRY 9) Press 1 (for example) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) Preset Locked Mode YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS 1) Open drawer lid 2) Fill drawer with food product 3) Close drawer lid 4) Press is displayed on LCD 5) Press 2 (for example) Cook cycle starts automatically Note: You can choose between 9 different presets Note: DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID OR FRONT PANEL WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING COOKING PRESET 3) LCD displays CHICKEN TENDERS (default is 4:00) 4) Drawer loads food into oil 5) COOKING cycle begins. 6) Fryer counts down time remaining 6) Serve food from warming tray 7) Follow steps 1 through 3 and press desired preset number to cook another order this way READY PRESET mode RapidFryTM Mode 1) Open drawer lid 2) Fill drawer with food product 3) Close drawer lid 4) Press 1) Now in RAPIDFRY mode 2) RAPIDFRY is displayed on LCD 5) Press 2 (for example) Cook cycle starts automatically Note: You can choose between 9 different presets Note: DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING COOKING 4:00 RAPIDFRY CHICKEN TENDERS 3) LCD displays CHICKEN TENDERS (default is 4:00) 4) Drawer loads food into oil 5) COOKING cycle begins. 6) Fryer counts down time remaining 6) Serve food from warming tray 7) Follow steps 1 through 3 Note: If you are using the same preset repetitively, there is no need to use the keypad. The movement of the drawer lid controls the cook cycle. 7) Basket raises out of oil 8) Food drains (time adjustable) 9) Fryer “beeps” to let you know that food is cooked 10) Fryer dumps food into warming tray 11) COOKING cycle is complete 8) Press COOKING 4:00 RAPIDFRY CHICKEN TENDERS + 3 times OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 READY 350PRESET oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 350oF 4:00 CHICKEN TENDERS 350oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD READY 350RAPIDFRY oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 350oF 350oF COOKING 350oF 3:00 RAPIDFRY FRENCH FRIES Page 28 of 49 1) Now in PRESET LOCK mode 2) PRESET 7) COOKING cycle is complete 8) Basket raises out of oil 9) Food drains (time adjustable) 10) Fryer “beeps” to let you know that food is cooked 11) Fryer dumps food into warming tray 12) COOKING cycle is complete Note: Still in PRESET Note: Still in RAPIDFRY mode and a new cook cycle time for existing preset. The existing preset remains until it is cancelled and changed. 350oF 350oF 0:00 LOAD COOKING 350oF 2:00 READY 1:20 MANUAL 5) LCD displays time and status of preloaded COOKING cycle 9) Serve food from warming tray 350oF 6) Basket raises out of oil 7) Food drains (time adjustable) 8) Fryer “beeps” to let you know that food is cooked 9) Fryer dumps food into warming tray COOKING 2:00 MANUAL 10) Preloaded COOKING cycle begins automatically after original COOKING cycle is finished 10) Follow steps 5 through 8 to preload another COOKING cycle COOKING 350oF 2:00 READY 0:00 MANUAL COOKING 350oF 4:00 READY 1:50 MANUAL RAPIDFRYfor RAPIDFRYTM 2GO TM mode, works simply with all opening the different and closing preset the modes drawer and lid behaves will display according the time to and the mode. status for Example: a preloaded cooking cycle. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) RapidFryTM 2GO YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS 1) Open drawer lid 2) Fill drawer with food product 3) Close drawer lid READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 1) Basket lowers into oil 4) Enter cook time and press 2) ex: 1 3 0 Drawer loads food into oil 3) COOKING cycle begins Note: DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID 4) Fryer counts down time remaining OR FRONT PANEL WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING 5) Open drawer lid after product is finished loading 6) Fill drawer with food product 7) Close drawer lid COOKING 1:20 MANUAL 8) Enter cook time and press ex: 2 0 0 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 29 of 49 READY MANUAL 1:30 ENTER TIME/START OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) Dual Load YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS 1) Open drawer lid 2) Fill drawer with first food product (ex: chicken) 3) Close drawer lid 4) Press 1) Basket lowers into oil 5) Press 9 (for example) Cook cycle starts automatically Note: Preset 9 has been programmed for dual load time (refer to page 40) Note: DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID OR FRONT PANEL WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING COOKING 350oF 2:00DL WAIT 4:00 PRESET 2) LCD displays CHICKEN & FRIES (default is 4:00 for chicken) 3) LCD displays 2:00DL and WAIT (default is 2:00 for fries) CHICKEN & FRIES 4) Drawer loads chicken into oil 5) COOKING cycle begins. 6) Fryer counts down time remaining COOKING 350oF 2:00DL LOAD 3:45 PRESET CHICKEN & FRIES 350oF 2:00DL READY 7) LCD displays 2:00DL and LOAD 8) Fryer “beeps” every 10 seconds to remind you to load second product (ex: fries). 6) Open drawer lid 7) Fill drawer with second food product (ex: fries) 8) Close drawer lid COOKING 3:30 PRESET CHICKEN & FRIES 9) LCD displays 2:00DL and READY COOKING 2:00 PRESET CHICKEN & FRIES 10) At 2:00 drawer loads fries into oil 11) Time and status of dual load disappears 9) Serve food from warming tray 350oF 12) Basket raises out of oil 13) Food drains (time adjustable) 14) Fryer “beeps” to let you know that food is cooked 15) Fryer dumps both food products into warming tray 16) COOKING cycle is complete DUAL RAPIDFRYLOAD TM TIME mode) works and behaves with refer to page 40. Example: for all the preset modes (regular RAPIDFRYaccording TM to mode, the mode. simply preset mode, preset locked mode To program a preset DUAL LOAD opening and closing the drawer lid and TIME, please will display the time and status for a preloaded cooking cycle. THE COMBINATION OF BOTH LOADS SHOULD NOT BE GREATER THAN A DRAWER FULL. ONE DRAWER FULL IS EXACTLY HOW MUCH THE BASKET CAN ACCEPT. READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 READY 350PRESET oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD Page 30 of 49 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) Cooking Time Correction YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS 1) Enter incorrect cooking time (4:30 instead of 3:30 for example) 2) Press 4 3 0 COOKING 4:30 MANUAL 1) Drawer loads food into oil 2) COOKING cycle begins 3) Fryer counts down time remaining 3) Press 4) COOKING cycle PAUSE 5) Basket raises out of oil 6) LCD displays PRESS START/CANCEL 4) Press 3 3 0 350oF 350oF 350oF 350oF 7) LCD displays new time 8) Basket lowers into oil 9) Fryer counts down new time remaining Note: Pressing READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD Open Drawer Lid – Paused Cook Cycle 1) Open drawer lid during product loading instead of entering a new time will complete the cook cycle and dump the food product into the warming tray READY 1:24 MANUAL CLOSE LID 1) COOKING cycle PAUSE 2) Basket raises out of oil 2) Close drawer lid to continue cooking cycle COOKING 350oF 1:24 MANUAL 3) Brief pause, basket lowers into oil 4) Drawer completes loading product 5) COOKING cycle begins 6) Fryer counts down time remaining DO NOT OPEN DRAWER LID OR FRONT PANEL WHEN PRODUCT IS LOADING OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 PAUSE 4:29 MANUAL PRESS START/CANCEL PAUSE 3:30 MANUAL PRESS START/CANCEL Page 31 of 49 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (Continued) Standby Mode SEE THIS LCD DO THIS GET THIS LCD

READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 1) Press STANDBY 275MANUAL oF STANDBY 275MANUAL oF PRESS (ON) TO RESUME together together together 2) Release both 2) Release both Note: Temperature will decrease to 275oF (to set default standby temperature, see page 34 for more information) Note: Temperature will decrease to 275oF (to set default standby temperature, see page 34 for more information) Note: Temperature will decrease to 275oF (to set default standby temperature, see page 34 for more information) Note: Temperature will decrease to 275oF (to set default standby temperature, see page 34 for more information) and and and and

Note: During slow periods, using standby mode reduces energy costs, allows a quick recovery and minimizes oil breakdown. Shutting Down YOU DO THIS LCD PERFECT FRYER DOES THIS

TURN YOUR PERFECT FRY OFF: • At end of day • To replace deep fry oil • To clean • For other service or maintenance READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD 1) Now in READY mode 1) Now in READY mode 1) Press 2) Now in COOLDOWN mode 3) No power to heater element 4) Fans continue to cool fryer 5) Fryer counts down temperature 6) LCD backlighting goes off DO NOT UNPLUG FRYER Fans must remain ON during COOLDOWN mode 7) Temperature decreases to 122 oF (50oC) 8) Fans stop 9) LCD goes blank 10) Your PERFECT FRYER is off READY COOLDOWN 350oF READY COOLDOWN 350oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 32 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS CUSTOMIZE YOUR PERFECT FRYER WITH YOUR OWN SETTINGS • CTSTM Cook Time Sensitivity • Temperature read-out: oC or oF • Preset Cooking Times • Cooking Oil Standby Temperature • Count of Cook Cycles • Cooking Oil Temperature • Basket Drain Time • Sound Volume • And Much More MAIN MENU LANGUAGE OPERATION OPTIONS PRESETS USER COUNTERS PRESET COUNTERS <MORE ▼> ▲,▼ START TO SELECT PRESET KEY • Use in combination with START & CANCEL to access background menu Page 33 of 49 MAIN MENU SCREEN • Home screen CANCEL KEY • Goes back a screen • Resets the screen • Acts like an “escape” key NUMBER KEYS • Use to enter password START KEY (See page 34) • Use to enter cook or standby temperature • Use to enter preset times • Goes forward a screen • Selects an option • Acts like an “enter” key LEFT ARROW KEY RIGHT ARROW KEY • Moves menu selection up • Moves menu selection • Toggles character selection down up in making preset names • Toggles character selection down in making preset names OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) Background Menu - Accessing SEE THIS LCD DO THIS GET THIS LCD READY 350MANUAL oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD Page 34 of 49 together 2) Release together 1) Press FRYER PFC VER.: SN# XXXXX 6.X.X  ENTER PASSWORD: FRYER PFC VER.: SN# XXXXX 6.X.X LANGUAGE OPERATION MAIN OPTIONS MENU  ENTER PASSWORD: 3) Press 4 7 5 0 PRESETS USER PRESET ▲,▼ COUNTERS START COUNTERS <MORE TO ▼> SELECT LANGUAGE MAIN MENU OPERATION PRESETS USER COUNTERS OPTIONS PRESET ▲,▼ COUNTERS START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 4) Scroll down to the desired menu selection and press WAIT OPERATION MODE OPTIONS  STANDBY PRESET BUZZER MODE VOLUME MODE   9 KEY ▲,▼ VOLUME START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 4 CTSTM (Cook Time Sensitivity) • CTSTM adjusts cooking time to compensate for the drop in cooking oil temperature when a basket of product is placed into the fryer. CTSTM increases cooking time to accommodate for differences in product moisture content, basket-load size, and initial temperature. • A proper CTSTM setting will ensure a high quality product. For example; 2 lbs of French fries will cook to the same quality as only 6 ounces of French Fries. • In addition to having a “global” CTSTM setting under the Operation Options menu for manually entered cook cycles, each preset can be programmed with its own individual setting. This provides for a lot of flexibility among different food products. • Some experimenting with the range of 1 to 9 may be required to achieve optimum quality. A value of 5 is a good place to start and is the default. • A setting of 0 means no CTSTM whatsoever. Background Menu - Map LANGUAGE ➢ ENGLISH (factory default) ➢ ESPANOL ➢ FRANCAIS OPERATION OPTIONS CTS MELT HOLD CYCLE TIME 0M  5 FTS MANUAL ▲,▼ DRAWER START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT  3 TIME: TEMPERATURE: FRENCH FRIES 350oF 3:00 NAME: FRENCH FRIES ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT ENGLISH ESPANOL LANGUAGE   FRANCAIS  ▲,▼ START TO SELECT OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) OPERATION OPTIONS ➢ WAIT MODE ▪ When , will not allow cooking until oil has reached operating temperature ▪ Default is  ➢ STANDBY MODE ▪ When , gives user ability to put fryer into standby mode ▪ This is an energy saving feature which holds oil temperature at desired standby temperature ▪ Default is  ➢ PRESET MODE ▪ When , only PRESET LOCKED mode and RAPIDFRYTM mode are available ▪ This allows the operator to better control inventories as manual cook cycles are not permitted ▪ Default is  ➢ BUZZER VOLUME

▪ Intensity of “beep” for finish of cook cycle and system errors ▪ Choose between 0 and 9 ▪ Default is 9 ➢ KEY VOLUME ▪ Intensity of “beep” when a key is pressed ▪ Choose between 0 and 9 ▪ Default is 4 ➢ UNITS ▪ Temperature of oil in the vat ▪ Choose between oC (Celsius) and oF (Fahrenheit) ➢ DRAIN TIME WAIT STANDBY OPERATION MODE MODE OPTIONS   PRESET BUZZER KEY VOLUME MODE VOLUME  9 4 ▲,▼ START <MORE▼> TO SELECT

▪ Time a basket of cooked food sits out of the oil before finishing the cook cycle ▪ Choose between 0 and 30 seconds ▪ Default is 15 seconds ➢ COOK TEMPERATURE ▪ Operating temperature of the oil ▪ Choose between 275oF (135oC) and 375oF (190oC) Note: Between 350°F and 360°F (177°C and 182°C) is ideal. If the temperature is set too low, the food will absorb too much oil and taste greasy. If the temperature is set too high, the food will cook too quickly on the outside and will be too dark once the inside is cooked. It may also cause the oil to breakdown quicker and cause smoking. ▪ Default is 350oF (177oC) ➢ STANDBY TEMPERATURE ▪ Oil temperature when fryer is in standby mode ▪ Choose between low (ambient room temperature) and high (cook temperature)

▪ Default is 275oF (135oC) ➢ LCD CONTRAST ▪ Visibility of screen ▪ Choose between 0 and 9 Page 35 of 49 UNITS DRAIN OPERATION TIME OPTIONS 15S oF COOK STANDBY LCD CONTRAST TEMP TEMP 350oF 275oF 5 ▲,▼ START <MORE▼> TO SELECT

USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) ➢ CTSTM COOK TIME SENSITIVITY ▪ Adjusts cooking time to compensate for drop in cooking oil temperature when basket of product is placed into fryer. Refer to page 34 for more information. ➢ MELT CYCLE ▪ When , fryer will gradually melt solid blocks of shortening until temperature reaches 212oF (100oC). It is designed to prevent scorching shortening and overheating element. ▪ Press to cancel and heat regularly. DO NOT CANCEL IF USING SOLID SHORTENING! ▪ Default is  ➢ HOLD TIME ▪ Time elapsed after cook cycle is finished ▪ Allows operator to monitor time since product has finished cooking ▪ “Beeps” and flashes hold time elapsed on LCD ▪ Choose between 0 and 99 minutes ▪ Default is 0 (disabled) ➢ FTSTM FOOD TYPE SENSITIVITY ▪ Adjusts cook cycle loading and unloading sequences to compensate for differences among ▪ food In addition products to having being cooked. a “global” FTSTM setting under the Operation Options menu for manually entered cook cycles, each preset can be programmed with its own individual setting. This provides for a lot of flexibility among different food products. ▪ Some experimenting with the range of 1 (normal) to 9 (very battered) may be required to achieve optimum performance. For example, chicken tenders will work well under a setting of 1 since they don’t tend to stick together. However, battered french fries will need to set to 5 as they tend to stick together when they’re cooked. ▪ 3 is the default. Please refer to chart. ➢ MANUAL DRAWER ▪ ▪ When When , , will will allow disable drawer RAPIDFRYto load TM during 2GO cook cycle simply by pressing ▪ Default is  OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 36 of 49 CTS MELT OPERATION CYCLE OPTIONS  5 HOLD FTS MANUAL TIME DRAWER 0M  3 ▲,▼ START <MORE▲> TO SELECT Table 2 – FTS Values FTS Value Basket Start # of Shakes # of Unloads 1 In Oil 0 1 2 In Oil 0 2 3 In Oil 1 (15 seconds in) 2 4 In Oil 1 (45 seconds in) 2 5 In Oil 2 (15 & 45 in) 3 6 Drain position 0 1 7 Drain position 0 2 8 Drain position 1 (15 seconds in) 2 9 Drain position 1 (45 seconds in) 2

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued)

PRESETS ➢ 1: FRENCH FRIES ➢ 2: CHICKEN TENDERS ➢ 3: ONION RINGS ➢ 4: POPPERS ➢ 5: CHEESE BITES ➢ 6: CORN DOGS ➢ 7: FISH FILLETS ➢ 8: CHICKEN WINGS ➢ 9: CHICKEN & FRIES Preset properties that can be changed (refer to page 40) ➢ TIME ▪ Cook Cycle Time ➢ TEMP ▪ Cook Cycle Temperature ➢ NAME ▪ Preset Name ➢ CTS ▪ Cook Time Sensitivity (refer to page 34) ➢ FTS ▪ Food Type Sensitivity (see above) ➢ DUAL LOAD TIME ▪ Dual Load Time (refer to page 30) Page 37 of 49 1: 2: FRENCH CHICKEN PRESETS FRIES TENDERS 3:00 4:00 3: 4: 5: ONION POPPERS CHEESE RINGS BITES 2:00 2:30 3:00 ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 6: 7: CORN FISH FILLETS DOGS PRESETS 3:00 4:00 8: 9: CHICKEN CHICKEN WINGS & FRIES 4:00 4:00 ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▲> SELECT FRENCH FRIES TIME: TEMP: NAME: 350oF 3:00 FRENCH FRIES ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT RRRRRRRRR CTS: FRENCH FRIES 5 FTS: DUAL LOAD TIME: 0:00 3 ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▲> SELECT

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) USER COUNTERS ➢ COOK TIME ▪ Accumulated cook cycle time in hours

➢ NUMBER OF CYCLES ▪ Accumulated number of cook cycles ➢ ON TIME ▪ Accumulated on time in hours ➢ RESET ALL ▪ To reset all values to 0 PRESET COUNTERS ➢ NUMBER OF CYCLES ▪ Accumulated number of cook cycles ➢ RESET ALL ▪ To reset all values to 0 TOTAL COUNTERS ➢ COOK TIME ▪ Accumulated cook cycle times in hours, cannot be reset ➢ NUMBER OF CYCLES ▪ Accumulated number of cook cycles, cannot be reset ➢ ON TIME ▪ Accumulated on time in hours, cannot be reset Page 38 of 49 COOK TIME: USER COUNTERS 0HR NO. ON RESET TIME: CYCLES: ALL 0HR 0 ▲,▼ START TO SELECT PRESET COUNTERS 1: 2: 3: FRENCH CHICKEN ONION RINGS FRIES TENDERS 115 230 138 4: 5: POPPERS CHEESE ▲,▼ START <MORE BITES TO ▼> SELECT 221 121 6: 7: CORN FISH PRESET FILLETS DOGS COUNTERS 32 56 8: 9: RESET CHICKEN CHICKEN ALL WINGS & FRIES 223 61 ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▲> SELECT TOTAL COUNTERS COOK NO. ON TIME: CYCLES: TIME: 0HR 0HR 0 ▲,▼ START TO SELECT

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) OPERATION TESTS (for service personnel) ➢ FANS ▪ Use the arrow keys to turn fans on and off [note: oil temperature must be below 122oF (50oC)] ▪ Monitor rpm and current values of each fan ➢ INTERLOCKS ▪ To view interlocks and if they’re open or closed ▪  = Open,  = Closed ➢ BASKET ▪ Use the arrow keys to move basket up and down ▪ Monitor current values of motor ➢ DRAWER ▪ Use the arrow keys to move drawer in and out ▪ Monitor current values of motor ➢ HEATER ▪ For factory heater calibration. Do not adjust. ➢ DISPLAY ▪ Use START and CANCEL to turn all the pixels of the LCD on and off ➢ CIRCUIT BOARD ▪ Monitor the circuit board temperature SET DEFAULTS ▪ Press start to reset options and presets to factory defaults ▪ PRESETS and UNITS will not change Option Changes (Example oF to oC) SEE THIS LCD DO THIS GET THIS LCD WAIT OPERATION MODE OPTIONS  STANDBY PRESET BUZZER VOLUME MODE MODE   9 KEY ▲,▼ VOLUME START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 5 Page 39 of 49 FANS OPERATION TESTS INTERLOCKS BASKET DRAWER HEATER ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT OPERATION TESTS DISPLAY CIRCUIT BOARD <MORE ▲> ▲,▼ START TO SELECT SET DEFAULTS PRESS TO OPTIONS FACTORY START AND DEFAULTS TO PRESETS RESET 1) From OPERATION OPTIONS menu, OPERATION scroll down to UNITS using key UNITS OPTIONS oC DRAIN COOK STANDBY TEMP TIME TEMP 350oF 275oF 15S 2) Press LCD ▲,▼ CONTRAST START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 6 Note: All OPERATION OPTIONS menu items can be customized by following this basic procedure (some use the arrow keys).

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) Customizing Presets SEE THIS LCD DO THIS GET THIS LCD LANGUAGE OPERATION PRESETS MAIN OPTIONS MENU USER PRESET ▲,▼ COUNTERS START COUNTERS <MORE TO ▼> SELECT Page 40 of 49 1:FRENCH 2:CHICKEN 3:ONION RINGS PRESETS FRIES TENDERS 3:00 4:00 2:30 4:POPPERS 5:CHEESE ▲,▼ START <MORE BITES TO ▼> SELECT 3:00 2:00 1:FRENCH PRESETS FRIES 3:00 2:CHICKEN 3:ONION 4:POPPERS RINGS TENDERS 4:00 2:30 3:00 5:CHEESE ▲,▼ START <MORE BITES TO ▼> SELECT 2:00 10) From main menu, scroll down to PRESETS using key 11) Press TIME: FRENCH FRIES 3:00 TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES 350oF ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT TIME: TEMP: FRENCH FRIES 350oF 3:00 NAME: FRENCH FRIES ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 12) Change PRESET 1’s settings by scrolling down using the key 13) Press TIME: TEMP: FRENCH FRIES 3:00 350oF NAME: FRENCH FRIES ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT TIME: TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES 0:55 350oF FRENCH FRIES ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 14) Change PRESET 1’s cook time by scrolling down using the key 15) Press TIME: TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES 350oF 0:55 FRENCH FRIES ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT TIME: FRENCH FRIES 0:55 TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES 350oF ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT 16) Set new COOK TIME (ex:: 55 seconds) 17) Press 5 5 18) Change PRESET 1’s name by scrolling TIME: FRENCH FRIES 0:55 down with the TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES 350oF  ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT TIME: FRENCH FRIES 0:55 TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES 350oF ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT key 19) Press (A small cursor appears under first letter of the name PRESET 1.) 20) To change character above small cursor, use the TIME: FRENCH FRIES 0:55 TEMP: NAME: FRENCH FRIES _ 350oF ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼>  SELECT TIME: QUICK FRIES 0:55 TEMP: NAME: QUICK FRIES 350oF ▲,▼ START <MORE TO ▼> SELECT keys 21) Press to move forward 22) Press 23) To enter your selection, press after underscore mark ( _ ) appears 24) “QUICK FRIES” will now appear on bottom left of LCD during PRESET modes Note: maximum 20 characters and to move back COOKING PRESET 0:55 QUICK FRIES

USER DEFINED OPTIONS (Continued) Customizing Presets on the Front Label Used in conjunction with your custom programmed presets (please refer to page 40), easily identify your own custom presets by using the supplied label page. Simply follow the steps below: 1) Remove preset slider (default presets are located on front and custom preset label template is located on back). 2) Choose preprinted labels or create your own label from supplied label sheet.

3) Apply labels to preset slider in proper preset box (up to 9 labels corresponding to 9 programmed presets may be used on preset slider). 4) Install preset slider under preset menu label by starting from bottom. 1 Preset Label Menu 2 Preset Slider 3 Preset Labels 1 Front 2 Back 3 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 41 of 49

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 HELP • Your PERFECT FRYER “beeps” twice to signal an error condition. When the error condition is corrected, two beeps signal OK. • It is possible to have more than one SYSTEM ERROR displayed at the same time. When that happens, all error conditions will be displayed on the LCD. All must be corrected. • When a SYSTEM ERROR condition exists, the PERFECT FRY de-energizes the heating element, but the fans continue to run. • When there appears to be a problem, but no SYSTEM ERROR message is displayed, refer to the trouble-shooting table on page 44. If the solution suggested doesn’t solve the problem, call your service rep. or PERFECT FRY at 603-225- 6684. System Error Conditions SEE THIS LCD CAUSED BY DO THIS GET THIS LCD  SYSTEM PLEASE FRONT PANEL CHECK ERROR  • Hinged front panel is not installed or shut properly • Check to see that front panel is closed securely with two black latches Page 42 of 49 HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  FILTER SYSTEM PLEASE PLACEMENT CHECK ERROR  HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM PLEASE CHECK ERROR  GREASE FILTER • Air filter cartridge is not installed properly • Check to make sure cartridge is properly installed (⇧⇧ up) in air filter cage, and cage is securely latched in place HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM PLEASE HEATER CHECK ERROR BOX  • Grease filter is not installed properly • Check to see that it sits in grease tray (magnet on right hand end of grease filter), and that filter and tray are properly installed in filter chamber • Heating Element is not installed properly • Check to see that heater module has been properly placed on oil vat • Check to see the electrical connection between heater module and connector is made at inside back of fryer compartment • Clean the male and female terminals on connector with rubbing alcohol and cotton swab. HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  AIRFLOW/AIR SYSTEM PLEASE CHECK ERROR FILTER  HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM ERROR  FIRE PLEASE EXTINGUISHER CHECK • There is improper air flow • Make sure air intake (front) and exhaust (rear) vents are not obstructed • Clean grease filter thoroughly • Replace the air filter cartridge HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  PRIMARY SYSTEM PLEASE OVERTEMP. CHECK ERROR  • Loss of pressure in the Fire Extinguisher, system needs to be recharged • Call PERFECT FRY at 603-225-6684 for recommended fire Service Company near you. • Heating Element is not installed properly • Check to see that heater module has been properly placed on oil vat • Check to see the electrical connection between heater module and connector is made at inside back of fryer compartment • Clean the male and female terminals on connector with rubbing alcohol and cotton swab. HEATING 84oF OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 HELP (Continued) SEE THIS LCD CAUSED BY DO THIS GET THIS LCD • Cooking oil level is too low. • Make sure oil level is between the hot and  SECONDARY SYSTEM PLEASE CHECK OVERTEMP. ERROR  cold lines at rear of vat. • Cooking oil has overheated. • Press Page 43 of 49 HEATING 378MANUAL oF  SYSTEM PLEASE CHECK ERROR  MAIN FAN • Main ventilation fan is not functioning properly • Check main ventilation fan to see if it is moving air and the fan blades are moving • Remove obstruction and/or check electrical connection keys together and release to reset • Is it possible the heater module was submerged in water? If so, call 603-225-6684 HEATING 84oF MANUAL OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM PLEASE CONTROL CHECK ERROR FAN  • Control fan is not functioning properly • Check control fan to see if it is moving air and the fan blades are moving • Remove obstruction and/or check electrical connection HEATING 84oF MANUAL OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM PLEASE EBOX CHECK FAN. ERROR  • Electronics box fan is not functioning properly • Check main ventilation fan to see if it is moving air and the fan blades are moving • Remove obstruction and/or check electrical connection HEATING 84oF MANUAL OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM ERROR  DRAWER PLEASE CHECK MOTOR • Drawer motor has been obstructed • Check for cause of obstruction before returning fryer to normal use • Correct cause of obstruction HEATING 84oF MANUAL OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD  SYSTEM BASKET PLEASE MOTOR CHECK ERROR  • Basket motor has been obstructed • Check for cause of obstruction before returning fryer to normal use • Correct cause of obstruction HEATING 84oF MANUAL OPEN LID/LOAD FOOD and

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 HELP (Continued) Trouble-shooting Table “PROBLEM” PROBABLE CAUSE PROBABLE SOLUTION Won’t turn ON when you press the Page 44 of 49 1) Plug in fryer 2) Check circuit breaker or replace fuse 3) Make sure PERFECT FRYER is plugged in according to its electrical specifications (see page 5) ON but will not heat 1) Connector on heater module 2) Electronics box module 1) Replace heater module 2) Replace electronics box module Motors will not move drawer or basket. 1) Basket not installed properly 2) Front panel/drawer not installed properly 3) Basket motor not working 4) Drawer motor not working 1) Make sure that the basket is installed properly (see page 13) 2) Check wiring 3) Replace motor Outer surface is unusually hot 1) Remove and clean grease filter 2) Replace air filter cartridge 3) Check rear of fryer for air flow Cooking oil spills into spill tray, excessively 1) Dirty grease filter 2) Air filter cartridge plugged 3) Fans not operating 1) Remove some oil (when oil is cold it should not be above cold oil line inside 1) Too much oil in vat vat) 2) Too much ice or water in 2) Cook only frozen foods recommended food for use in deep fryers; remove excess 3) Too much food in basket ice from food before placing food in 4) Oil has reached end of its life basket 5) Drain valve is open 3) Do not fill food above top of basket 4) Change oil 5) Close valve Food floats out of basket 1) Too much cooking oil in vat. 1) Remove some oil; do not fill above cold oil line. Excessive smoking 1) Oil has “broken down” 2) Moisture 1) Replace the cooking oil 2) Too much moisture or ice crystals Excessive foaming 1) Soap residue 2) Oil has “broken down” 1) Rinse parts with vinegar solution 2) Replace the cooking oil Food does not come out 1) Too much food was inserted using a dual load or manual drawer 2) The basket was not installed or installed correctly 3) Large volume of heavily battered product was cooked 1) Only enter the amount of food that totals one drawer full per cook cycle 2) Make sure that the basket is installed properly (see page 13) 3) Try adjusting FTS value to 5 (see page 36) Food does not go in 1) Too much food was inserted 2) Front panel is not closed properly 3) Drawer shovel was not installed correctly 1) Do not overfill the drawer 2) Close front panel fully and latch closed 3) Install drawer shovel properly (see page 16) key 1) Not plugged in 2) Circuit breaker or fuse 3) Wiring

PFS AUTOMATIC EXTINGUISHER Note: Please refer to the PFS Automatic Extinguisher Installation, Inspection, Maintenance & Recharge Manual (L20-361) for more detailed information. The PFS must be stored above 32°F (0°C)

1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION The PFS consists of a cylinder assembly (with pressure switch and gauge), actuating lever, fusible link assembly, manual pull station, and two nozzles. It is designed and acceptable for use in areas that have ambient conditions between 32°F (0°C) and 50°C (120°F). 2. OPERATION Automatic Operation Upon the detection of a fire, the PFS will automatically operate. The fusible link rated at 280oF (138oC) will operate when exposed to the fire and operate the PFS automatic extinguisher unit. When operated, the PFS unit will discharge wet chemical agent through the provided discharge piping and distribution nozzles. Manual Operation The PFS unit can also be operated manually by pulling the remote lever (to be mounted on the front of the cooking appliance) that is clearly marked “In Case Of Fire - PULL”. IMPORTANT: The manual pull handle is to be pulled ONLY IN CASE OF FIRE in the PERFECT FRYER (use when the automatic system has failed). NOTE: Power shut-off is also achieved by system operation. If the pressure in the cylinder(s) drops below 92 psi (6.3 bar), the pressure switch opens, deactivating the power relay causing the appliance to de-energize. 3. INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE The PFS must be serviced on a regular basis. Three types of servicing are required: Monthly An inspection or “quick check” must be conducted by the owner/operator and include verification of the following: 1) The PFS is in its proper location. 2) The PFS shows no physical damage or condition that might prevent operation. 3) The pressure gauge is in the green operating range. 4) The maintenance tag is in place and is up to date. 5) The manual pull is unobstructed. 6) The nozzle blow-off caps are intact and undamaged. Semi-Annually The system must be inspected by authorized service personnel, as per NFPA 17A and include the following: 1) A check to see that the hazard has not changed. 2) Examination of the fusible link, cylinder, tubing, nozzles and all auxiliary equipment. 3) Fusible links must be replaced at least annually from the date of installation. They must be destroyed when removed. They need to be replaced with the proper rated link (6GT587). A fusible link loaded with grease or other material can result in an excessive delay in actuation. 4) Verification that the agent distribution piping is not obstructed. Remove the blow- off caps (6GT014) from the nozzles to ensure that they are free of grease build-up and inspect them for deterioration. Replace them as necessary.

OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 45 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 PFS AUTOMATIC EXTINGUISHER (Continued) Inspection and Maintenance Semi-Annually (continued)

5) Where semi-annual maintenance of any wet chemical containers or PFS components reveals conditions such as, but not limited to, corrosion or pitting in excess of manufactured limits, structural damage or fire damage, repairs by soldering, welding, or brazing, the affected part(s) shall be replaced or hydrostatically tested. The hydrostatic testing of wet chemical containers shall follow the applicable procedures outlined in NFPA 17A. 6) All wet chemical systems must be tested for proper operation. A discharge of the wet chemical is normally not part of the test. Simply remove one lead from the pressure switch to initiate appliance shut-down. 7) Where the maintenance of the PFS reveals defective parts that could cause an impairment or failure of proper operation of the PFS, the affected parts must be replaced or repaired. 8) The maintenance report, with recommendations if any, shall be filed with the owner or with the designated party responsible for the PFS. 9) The PFS must have a tag or label indicating the month and year the maintenance is performed and identifying the person performing the service. Only the current tag or label must remain in place. Twelve Years Maintenance must be done by authorized service personnel, as per NFPA 17A and include the following: 1) The wet chemical extinguishing agent must be removed and discarded. 2) The cylinder needs to be hydrostatically tested to 300 psi (21 bar). 3) If the cylinder shows no signs of rupture or distortion, recharge the PFS as directed in the recharging instructions.

Page 46 of 49 SEMI-ANNUAL INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE (I & M) LOG: PERFECT FRY Serial No. _______________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ Date __________ I & M by ___________________ Date __________ I & M by __________________ OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 BLOW-APART DIAGRAM & PARTS LIST 7 8 9 12 13 14 Page 47 of 49 16 3 15 1 11 17 10 5 2 18 19 NS = Not Shown 6 21 4 22 20 Item Description Part # Item Description Part # 1 Front Panel 6SA002 18 PFS Automatic Extinguisher 2GT001 2 Basket Ramp 6SA021 19 Motor Module - Drawer 2HA001 3 Drawer Cover 6SA011 20 Motor Module - Basket 2HA002 4 Basket 6HA001 21 Control Access Panel Assembly 6SA014 5 Heat Lamp Please call 22 Leg 6HA003 6 Drawer Sleeve 6SA010 NS Blow-off Cap 6GT014 7 Filter Cage 6ST730 NS Hose Oil Drainage 6HT739 8 Air Filter Cartridge 2FV803 NS Kit Basket PFA 2DT940 9 Grease Filter Assembly 3HT727 NS Kit Front Panel 2DT950 10 Grease Filter Tray 6ST728 NS Kit Control Fan 2DT952 11 Drawer Shovel 6SA009 NS Kit Main Fan 2DT951 12 Oil Vat 6SA003 NS Kit Air Filter Switch Assembly 2DT955 13 Heater Module 7200W/240V 2EA001 NS Kit Grease Filter Switch 2DT954 NS Heater Module 5700W/240V 8ET900 NS Kit Door Switch 2DT954 NS Heater Module 5700W/208V 2ET922 NS Kit Front Panel Switch 2DT953 NS Heater Module 3750W/240V 2ET763 NS Airflow Switch 6HT646 14 Spill Tray 6SA022 NS Gasket - Front Perimeter 2DT965 15 Airflow Module 2HT723 NS Kit Firemaster WC 2DT943 16 Fire Damper 6HT588 NS Kit Fusible Link 2DT960 17 Electronics Box Module 2WS800 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY (FOR CE PERFECT FRYERS ONLY) Application of Council Directive(s): Low Voltage Directive (93/68/EEC & 72/23/EEC) EMC Directive (2004/108/EC & 89/336/EEC) WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC) Standard(s) to which Conformity is Declared: EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-37 EN 61000-6-1, EN 61000-6-3 Manufacturer’s Name: Perfect Fry Company LLC Manufacturer’s Address: P.O. Box 501 Concord, NH, USA 03302-0501 Importer’s Name: ________________________________ Importer’s Address: ________________________________ ________________________________ Type of Equipment: Commercial Electric Deep Fat Fryer Model Number: ________________________________ Serial Number: ________________________________ Year of Manufacture: ________________________________ I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the above Directive(s) and Standard(s) Place: Perfect Fry Company LLC. Concord, NH, USA Date: ___/___/___ ________________________________(Signature) ________________________________(Full Name) ________________________________(Position) OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Page 48 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 THE PERFECT FRY 1 2 3 WARRANTY 1year Labor During the first year after purchase, all labor required in repairing or replacing a defective part will be provided free of charge. 2 years Parts During the first 2 years after purchase, all parts of the fryer which prove to be defective in materials or workmanship will be replaced free of charge (parts only). 3 years Electronics During the first 3 years after purchase, if the electronics module proves to be defective in materials or workmanship, it will be replaced free of charge (parts only). TERMS OF WARRANTY 1) Perfect Fry Company LLC warrants this fryer to be free from defects in materials and workmanship and will repair or replace it at Perfect Fry Company LLC's option for a period of two years after purchase providing the purchaser follows the manufacturer's recommended procedures for operation and maintenance contained in this manual. Perfect Fry Company LLC shall not be liable for injury or damage to property other than this fryer. 2) The warranty applies to materials at the factory for two years (3 years electronics) and labor for one year from date of purchase. The warranty does not include materials and labor employed in cleaning the fryer. Any and all transportation and shipping charges and expenses are the responsibility of the Purchaser. The warranty card must be completed and registered with Perfect Fry Company LLC within 30 days of purchase to validate the warranty. The warranty will cease to exist if maintenance has not been performed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This warranty does not cover damage arising from or caused by improper maintenance, directly or indirectly, transportation, accident, misuse, improper installation, fire, flood, or acts of God. Parts repaired or replaced under this warranty are warranted throughout the remainder of the original warranty period only. The warranty does not apply to parts and service supplied or obtained from other than Perfect Fry or its authorized distributors. 3) Other than the warranty expressed in clause 1) hereof, Perfect Fry Company LLC expressly disclaims all conditions and warranties, express or implied, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Perfect Fry shall not be responsible for, nor does this warranty extend to, any consequential or incidental damages or expenses of any kind or nature, regardless of the cause thereof or any knowledge which Perfect Fry may have regarding the probability of the occurrence of such damages or expenses including, without limitation, injury to persons or property, loss of life, loss of use of the products, lost goodwill, loss of income, lost resale profits, work stoppage, impairment of other goods, breach of contract, negligence or such other actions as may be deemed or alleged to be the cause of a loss or damage. Page 49 of 49 OWNER’S MANUAL FOR ALL PFA MODELS – 7/11/2012 Perfect Fry Company LLC. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 501, Concord, NH 03302-0501 Shipping Address: 10 Ferry St., Concord, NH 03301 Tel: 603-225-6684 Fax: 603-225-8472 General Information: profits@perfectfry.com Customer Support: service@perfectfry.com Web: http://www.perfectfry.com © 2012 PERFECT FRY COMPANY LLC PRINTED IN USA L20-391 R0 Page 1 of 1


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