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PDF Content Summary: WELLS BLOOMFIELD, LLC 10 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis, MO 63143 telephone: 314-678-6314 fax: 314-781-2714 wellsbloomfield.com 042

Model RW26HD Model RWN26 OWNERS MANUAL BUILT-IN DRAWER WARMERS with THERMOSTATIC CONTROL MODELS RW16HD RW26HD RW36HD RW176HD RWN16 RWN26 RWN36 Includes INSTALLATION USE & CARE EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST WIRING DIAGRAM

IMPORTANT: DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL This manual is considered to be part of the appliance and is to be given to the OWNER or MANAGER of the restaurant, or to the person responsible for TRAINING OPERATORS of this appliance. Additional manuals are available from your WELLS DEALER. THIS MANUAL MUST BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD BY ALL PERSONS USING OR INSTALLING THIS APPLIANCE. Contact your WELLS DEALER if you have any questions concerning installation, operation or maintenance of this equipment. p/n 2M-303334 Rev. F M042 120110 LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT

Unless otherwise specified, all commercial cooking equipment manufactured by WELLS BLOOMFIELD, LLC is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original installation or 18 months from the date of shipment from our factory, whichever comes first, and is for the benefit of the original purchaser only. THIS WARRANTY IS THE COMPLETE AND ONLY WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED IN LAW OR IN FACT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND/OR FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH WELLS BLOOMFIELD PRODUCTS. This warranty is void if it is determined that, upon inspection by an authorized service agency, the equipment has been modified, misused, misapplied, improperly installed, or damaged in transit or by fire, flood or act of God. It also does not apply if the serial nameplate has been removed, or if service is performed by unauthorized personnel. The pric es charged by Wells Bloomfield for its products are based upon the limitations in this warranty. Seller’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair of defects with out charge by a Wells Bloomfield factory authorized service agency or one of its sub-service agencies. This service will be provided on customer’s premises for non portable models. Portable models (a device with a cord and plug) must be taken or shipped to the closest author ized service agency, transportation charges prepaid, for service. In addition to restrictions contained in this warran ty, specific limitations are shown in the Service Policy and Procedure Guide. Wells Bloomfield authorized service agencies are located in principal cities. This warranty is valid in the United States and Canada and void elsewhere. Please consult your classified telephone directory, your foodservice equipment dealer or contact: Wells Bloomfield, LLC 10 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis MO 63143 USA phone (314) 678-6314 or fax (314) 781-2714 for information and other details concerning warranty.

SERVICE POLICY AND PROCEDURE GUIDE and ADDITIONAL WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS

1. Resetting of safety thermostats, circuit breakers, over load protectors, and/or fuse replacements are not covered by this warranty unless warranted conditions are the cause. 2. All problems due to operation at voltages or phase other than specified on equipment nameplates are not covered by this warranty. Conversion to correct voltage and/or phase must be the customer’s responsibility. 3. All problems due to electrical connections not made in accordance with electrical code requirements and wiring diagrams supplied with the equipment are not covered by this warranty. 4. Replacement of items subject to normal wear, to include such items as knobs, light bulbs; and, normal maintenance functions including adjustments of thermostats, adjustment of micro switches and replacement of fuses and indicating lights are not covered by warranty. 5. Damage to electrical cords and/or plug due to exposure to excessive heat are not covered by this warranty. 6. Full use, care, and maintenance instructions supplied with each machine. Noted maintenance and preventative maintenance items, such as servicing and cleaning schedules, are customer responsibility. Those miscellaneous adjustments noted are customer responsibility. Proper attention to preventative maintenance and scheduled maintenance procedures will prolong the life of the appliance. 7. Travel mileage is limited to sixty (60) miles from an Authorized Service Agency or one of its sub-service agencies. 8. All labor shall be performed during regular working hours. Overtime premium will be charged to the buyer. 9. All genuine Wells replacement parts are warranted for ninety (90) days from date of purchase on non warranty equipment. This parts warranty is limited only to replacement of the defective part(s). Any use of non-genuine Wells parts completely voids any warranty. 10. Installation, labor, and job check-outs are not M considered warranty and are thus not covered by this 0 4 2 warranty. p 11. Charges incurred by delays, waiting time or operating / n restrictions that hinder the service technician’s ability to 2 M perform service are not covered by warranty. This - 3 0 includes institutional and correctional facilities. 3 3 3 4 O w n e

SHIPPING DAMAGE CLAIM PROCEDURE r s M a n u

NOTE: For your protection, please note that equipment in this shipment was carefully inspected and packaged by skilled personnel before leaving the factory. Upon acceptance of this shipment, the transportation company assumes full responsibility for its safe delivery. IF SHIPMENT ARRIVES DAMAGED: 1. VISIBLE LOSS OR DAMAGE: Be certain that any visible loss or damage is noted on the freight bill or express receipt, and that the note of loss or damage is signed by the delivery person. 2. FILE CLAIM FOR DAMAGE IMMEDIATELY: Regardless of the extent of the damage. xi 3. CONCEALED LOSS OR DAMAGE: if damage is a l B unnoticed until the merchandise is unpacked, notify the u i transportation company or carrier immediately, and file l t - I n “CONCEALED DAMAGE” claim with them. This D should be done within fifteen (15) days from the date r a w the delivery was made to you. Be sure to retain the e r container for inspection. W a r m Wells Bloomfield cannot assume liability for damage or loss e r incurred in transit. We will, however, at your request, supply you with the necessary documents to support your claim.

TABLE OF CONTENTS WARRANTY xi SPECIFICATIONS 1 FEATURES & OPERATING CONTROLS 2 PRECAUTIONS & GENERAL INFORMATION 3 AGENCY LISTING INFORMATION 3 INSTALLATION 4 OPERATION 6 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS 8 TROUBLESHOOTING SUGGESTIONS 9 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 10 NOTES 11 EXPLODED VIEW & PARTS LIST 12—13 WIRING 14 PARTS & SERVICE 17 CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA 14 INTRODUCTION Thank You for purchasing this Wells Bloomfield appliance. Proper installation, professional operation and consistent maintenance of this appliance will ensure that it gives you the very best performance and a long, economical service life. This manual contains the information needed to properly install this appliance, and to use and care for the appliance in a manner which will ensure its optimum performance. SPECIFICATIONS MODELS VOLTS 50/60 Hz 1ø WATTS AMPS POWER SUPPLY

r e m r a W r e w a r D n I - t li u B la u n a M s r e n w O 4 3 33 0 3- M 2 n /p 2 4 0M RW16HD, RWN16 RW26HD, RWN26 RW36HD, RWN36 WIRING REQUIRED 120 VAC 450 W 3.8 120 VAC (L1, Neut., Gnd.) 208/240 VAC 338/450 W 1.6/1.9 208 or 240VAC (L1, L2, Gnd.) 120 VAC 900 W 7.5 120 VAC (L1, Neut., Gnd.) 208/240 VAC 676/900 W 3.3/3.8 208 or 240VAC (L1, L2, Gnd.) 120 VAC 1350 W 11.3 120 VAC (L1, Neut., Gnd.) 208/240 VAC 1014/1350 W 4.9/5.6 208 or 240VAC (L1, L2, Gnd.) 1

FEATURES & OPERATING CONTROLS

HUMITROL RACK DRAWER INSERT PAN AIR VENT CONTROL FABRICATED SUPPORTS (BY OTHERS) REFER TO INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS HEATING INDICATOR TEMPERATURE CONTROL

ROLLER CATCH DRAWER STOP DRAWER ROLLER DRAWER SLIDE DRAWER DRAWER GASKET M 0 4 2 p / n 2 M - 3 0 3 3 3 4

HEATING ELEMENT DRAWER CATCH SLIDE DRAWER ROLLERS O w n e r s M a n u a l B u i lt - In D r a w e r W a r m e r

2 PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

This appliance is intended for use in commercial establishments only. This appliance is intended to prepare food for human consumption. No other use is recommended or authorized by the manufacturer or its agents. Operators of this appliance must be familiar with the appliance use, limitations and associated restrictions. Operating instructions must be read and understood by all persons using or installing this appliance. Cleanliness of this appliance is essential to good sanitation. Read and follow all included cleaning instructions and schedules to ensure the safety of the food product. Disconnect this appliance from electrical power before performing any maintenance or servicing. DO NOT submerge this appliance in water. This appliance is not jet stream approved. Do not direct water jet or steam jet at this appliance, or at any control panel or wiring. Do not splash or pour water on, in or over any controls, control panel or wiring. Do not wash floor around this appliance with water or steam jet. Exposed surfaces of this appliance can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. Heating element will be very hot when in use. Contact may cause serious burns. The technical content of this manual, including any wiring diagrams, schematics, parts breakdown illustrations and/or adjustment procedures, is intended for use by qualified technical personnel. Any procedure which requires the use of tools must be performed by a qualified technician. This manual is considered to be a permanent part of the appliance. r e This manual and all supplied instructions, diagrams, schematics, parts m r a breakdown illustrations, notices and labels must remain with the W r appliance if it is sold or moved to another location. e w a r D This appliance is made in the USA. Unless otherwise noted, this n I - appliance has American sizes on all hardware. t l i u B l a u n WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD All servicing requiring access to non-insulated electrical components must be performed by a factory authorized technician. DO NOT open any access panel which requires the use of tools. Failure to follow this warning can result in severe electrical shock. CAUTION: RISK OF DAMAGE DO NOT connect or energize this appliance until all installation instructions are read and followed. Damage to the appliance will result if these instructions are not followed. CAUTION: HOT SURFACE Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns.

AGENCY LISTING INFORMATION a M s r e n w This appliance conforms to NSF Standard 4 for sanitation only if O installed in accordance with the supplied Installation Instructions and 4 3 STD 4 3 maintained according to the instructions in this manual. 3 0 3 - M IMPORTANT: 2 n RW- models are NOT NSF approved for potentially hazardous foods. / p E6070 2 4 0 This appliance is and Listed under UL File E6070 for 120V, M

208V and 240V. 3 E6070

INSTALLATION NOTE: DO NOT discard the carton or other packing materials until you have inspected the appliance for hidden damage and tested it for proper operation. Refer to SHIPPING DAMAGE CLAIM PROCEDURE on the inside front cover of this manual. WARNING: RISK OF INJURY Installation procedures must be performed by a qualified technician with full knowledge of all applicable electrical and plumbing codes. Failure can result in personal injury and property damage. WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD All servicing requiring access to non-insulated electrical components must be performed by a factory authorized technician. DO NOT open any access panel which requires the use of tools. Failure to follow this warning can result in severe electrical shock. UNPACKING & INSPECTION Carefully remove the appliance from the carton. Remove all protective plastic film, packing materials and accessories from the Appliance before connecting electrical power or otherwise performing any installation procedure. Carefully read all instructions in this manual and the Installation Instruction Sheet packed with the appliance before starting any installation. Read and understand all labels and diagrams attached to the appliance. Carefully account for all components and accessories before discarding packing materials. Store all accessories in a convenient place for later use. COMPONENTS 1 - 3 ea. DRAWERS (qty. depends on model) 1 - 3 ea. HUMITROL RACKS (if ordered with unit) FABRICATION Refer to INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS for cutout dimensions and support fabrication information. 1. Layout front panel cutout dimensions. Cut hole in counter front panel. 2. Position supplied mounting flange in hole to determine hole location. Drill hole using #34 drill. 3. Attach flange to front panel using the provided #6 screws. 4. Fabricate rails and rear support as shown in instructions. M INSTALLATION 0 4 2 Refer to electrical specifications on page 1. Circuit must meet or p / n exceed the amperage and wattage requirements listed. 2 M - 3 1. For ease of installation, remove drawer from unit. 0 3 3 3 2. Slide unit through front panel opening until rear of unit rests on the 4 O rear support. w n e r s 3. Remove TEMPERATURE CONTROL KNOB and CONTROL M a PANEL. n u a l 4. Install provided #8-32 speednuts on mounting flange. Secure B u i mounting flange to the front panel and secure unit to mounting l t - I n flange using the provided #8-32 flathead screws. D r a w 5. Connect power leads (including ground lead). Wiring or conduit e r W must be secured to the warmer with a suitable strain relief a r m (provided by electrical installer). e r 6. Reinstall CONTROL PANEL and TEMPERATURE CONTROL KNOB. 4

INSTALLATION (continued)

7. Reinstall drawer(s) in unit: a. Check the roller catch inside the cabinet. The spring-loaded roller arm must be extended. b. With the front of the drawer assembly tipped downward, engage the roller on the drawer with the cabinet drawer slide. c. Raise the drawer to the horizontal position until the drawer- mounted slide engages the dual roller assembly on the cabinet. d. Slide the drawer in until the catch engages. The drawer should remain tightly closed. e. Slide the drawer out. The drawer stop should prevent the drawer from coming all of the way out. f. Install drawer insert pans. Avoid storing flammable or combustible materials in, on or near the appliance. r e m r a W r e w a r D n I - t l i u B l a u n a M s r e n w O 4 3 3 3 0 3 - M 2 n / p 2 4 0 M WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD All servicing requiring access to non-insulated electrical components must be performed by a factory authorized technician. DO NOT open any access panel which requires the use of tools. Failure to follow this warning can result in severe electrical shock. CAUTION: RISK OF DAMAGE DO NOT connect or energize this appliance until all installation instructions are read and followed. Damage to the appliance will result if these instructions are not followed. IMPORTANT: Contact a licensed electrician to install and connect electrical power to the appliance. IMPORTANT: Damage due to being connected to the wrong voltage or phase is NOT covered by warranty.

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OPERATION CAUTION: HOT SURFACE Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. NOTE: The chart below is intended as a guide ONLY. Your own experience with this appliance, type of foods and method of operation will enable you to determine the temperature control and air vent settings best suited to your operation. HEATING OPTIONS 1. Moist heat with Humitrol Rack: a. MOIST operation prevents food from drying out as heat is applied to the warming chamber. b. To set for MOIST operation, remove the Humitrol Rack from bottom of drawer insert pan and carefully pour approximately 2 quarts of water (½” depth) into the pan. Reinstall rack. c. When the drawer is closed, the Humitrol Rack allows water vapor to rise through the stored product in the drawer. The Humitrol Rack also decreases the sloshing effect of the water in the pan when the drawer is opened. d. Place the food directly on the rack. The rack is designed to support the food off of the steam vents, where water droplets may form. e. Check the water level in the pan periodically, and add water when necessary. f. Set the front air vent between fully closed and half-open. Actual setting will depend upon the type and amount of product stored in the drawer, the temperature setting, and the frequency with which the drawer is opened. 2. Moist heat with pans: a. This Wells warmer is designed to accommodate any combination of standard-size, steam table pans. b. Place a small amount of water in drawer pan. Place the steam table pans in the drawer pan. c. Check the water level in the pan periodically, and add water when necessary. 3. Dry heat: a. For some applications, you may want to store previously prepared foods in a dry-heat environment. To do so, place the M 0 food directly into the empty (i.e. no water) drawer pan. 4 2 p / n 2 M - 3 0

OPERATING CHART FOR DRAWER WARMERS 3 3 3 4 O PRODUCT RECOMMENDED TYPE CONTROL AIR VENT w n TYPE STORAGE TEMP. OF HEAT SETTING SETTING e r s M Hard Rolls 160-185ºF Dry 7-8 Full Open a n u a Soft Rolls 150-175ºF Moist 6-7 Open - ½ l B u i Vegetables 175-185ºF Moist 7-8 Open - ½ l t - I n Meats 165-185ºF Dry 6-8 Full Open D r a w Fish 165-185ºF Moist 6-8 Closed e r W Casseroles 150-175ºF Dry 6-7 Full Open a r m Pies, Desserts 160-185ºF Dry 6-7 Full Open e Taco Shells 150-170ºF Dry do not put water 4-6 Full Open r < Corn Chips 150-170ºF Dry in the pan 4-6 Full Open 6

OPERATION 1. Determine the type of food to be warmed. 2. Refer to the chart on page 6 to determine the type of heat required. 3. Set the air vent control for the type of heat, and rotate the thermostat knob to the temperature setting desired. 4. Allow warmer to pre-heat for approximately 30 minutes before use. DO’S and DON’TS 1. DO Always use a drawer pan. DO NOT Place food directly into the warmer cavity. 2. DO Check water level in moist-operation warmer frequently during use. DO Use a Humitrol Rack or Insets to hold food for moist operation. 3. DO Use warm water to add to the pan during moist operation. DO NOT Put ice into a warmer pan. Ice in the pan will cause condensation on the inside of the warmer cavity. r e m r a W r e w a r D n I - t l i u B l a u n a M s r e n w O 4 3 3 3 0 3 - M 2 n / p 2 4 0 M 7 OPERATION (continued) CAUTION: HOT SURFACE Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. CAUTION: SHOCK HAZARD DO NOT splash or pour water onto control panel or wiring. IMPORTANT: DO NOT place food directly into the warmer cavity. Always use a drawer pan. IMPORTANT: DO NOT put ice into a warmer pan. Ice in the pan will cause condensation on the inside of the warmer cavity. Damage caused by this type of condensation is NOT covered by warranty.

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION: SHOCK HAZARD Disconnect appliance from electric power before cleaning. CAUTION: HOT SURFACE Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. Allow appliance to cool before cleaning. M PRECAUTIONS: Turn control knob to OFF. Allow drawers to cool before proceeding. Remove drawer pans and Humitrol racks. FREQUENCY: Minimum -Daily TOOLS: Warm water and mild detergent Clean cloth or sponge 1. Remove drawers from warmer: a. Pull warmer drawer out until fully extended. b. Slide finger along left and right slide rail until you reach the latches (located at the front end of the cabinet-mounted rails) Press down on both left and right latch. c. Pull drawer away from warmer. 2. Clean drawers, drawer pans, Humitrol Racks and/or insets with warm water and mild detergent.

Rinse all components thoroughly with clear water. 0 4 Dry all components prior to reinstalling them in warmer. 2 p / n 2 3. Sweep crumbs and other debris from warmer cavity. M - 3 0 3 3 4. Clean the outside of the unit by wiping with a clean cloth or 3 4 sponge, warm water and mild detergent. Dry with a clean cloth, O w then wipe with a polish formulated for stainless steel. n e r s M 5. It is important to keep the slide rails clear and free from debris. a n u Periodic cleaning of the slide rails and other adjoining parts is a l B necessary to assure smooth drawer operation. u i l t - I n D 6. Check drawer rollers. Be sure they roll freely and that the slide r a w rails are free from debris. e r W a r 7. Be sure cabinet-mounted drawer catch roller is “up”, then re m e r -install drawers. 8 TROUBLESHOOTING SUGGESTIONS SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE SUGGESTED REMEDY

No lights or heat (all drawers) Warmer unplugged Plug warmer into appropriate receptacle Circuit breaker off or tripped Reset circuit breaker Internal damage Contact an Authorized Wells Service Agency for repairs.

No heat (one drawer) Temperature control not set Set for desired temperature. Internal damage Contact an Authorized Wells Service Agency for repairs. Food dries out Humidity control (air vent) not set OPEN air vent for dry operation. CLOSE air vent for moist operation. Water in pan evaporated or low Add water to pan. Food gets soggy Food contacting water Use a Humitrol Rack Water level too high Water should be no more than 1/2" deep Humidity control (air vent) not set OPEN air vent for dry operation. CLOSE air vent for moist operation.

Drawer falls open Catch roller not extended before closing drawer Be sure catch roller is extended before installing drawer.

Drawer catch damaged Contact an Authorized Wells Service Agency for repairs. Drawer falls out when opened Drawer stop dirty Clean and lubricate drawer stop Drawer stop damaged Contact an Authorized Wells Service Agency for repairs. r e m r a W r e w a r D n I - t l i u B l a u n a M s r e n w O 4 3 3 3 0 3 - M 2 n / p 2 4 0 M 9 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS (continued)

CAUTION: SHOCK HAZARD Disconnect appliance from electric power before cleaning. CAUTION: HOT SURFACE Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. Allow appliance to cool before servicing. 3 2 1 4 ADJUSTMENTS AND LUBRICATION PRECAUTIONS: Turn control knob to OFF. Unplug warmer Allow drawers to cool before proceeding. Remove drawer pans and Humitrol racks FREQUENCY: Minimum - monthly. Every 2 weeks recommended. TOOLS: Screwdrivers, Phillips (+) and flat blade (-). Nut drivers, 3/8” and 7/16”. Food-grade lubricant. 1. Check slides on cabinet and drawers for cleanliness. 2. Check all rollers on cabinet and drawers for cleanliness and tightness. Lubricate. 3. Check cabinet drawer stops for operation. Stops must “snap” down positively. Clean and adjust as required. 4. Check cabinet heating element fasteners for tightness. 5. Check all cabinet drawer catches for tightness and operation. Lubricate. Be certain roller is “out” before attempting to install drawer. 6. Check thermostat thermobulb and capillary tube for condition. Thermobulb must be securely mounted in the appropriate holder. Arrange repairs for damaged thermobulb or capillary tube. 7. Check drawer faceplate and handle fasteners for tightness. 8. Check drawer catch clip for tightness. 9. For drawers equipped with gaskets, examine condition of gasket. Arrange repairs for torn or damaged gaskets. 10. Reinstall drawers and check for proper operation. Procedure is complete. M 0 4 2 p / n 2 M - 3 0 3 3 3 4 O 9 w n e 5 r s M a n u a l B u 7 i l t - I n D r a w 3 e r W 1 2 a r m e

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10 NOTES: r e m r a W r e w a r D n I - t l i u B l a u n a M s r e n w O 4 3 3 3 0 3 - M 2 n / p 2 4 0 M 11 EXPLODED VIEW: RW16HD—RW36HD, RWN16—RWN36, RW176HD

4 28 15 14 1 (Optional) 2 3 7 8 6 5 7 11 12 13 9 8 17 9 10 Drawer Assembly Cavity & Cabinet Interior

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Model: RW16HD - RW36HD, RWN16 - RWN36, RW176HD Built-In Drawer Warmer Cabinet & Electrical 120V/208/240/480V PL042 IL1762 Rev. C 4/23/14 12 PARTS LIST: RW16HD - RW36HD, RWN16—RWN36, RW176HD BUILT-IN DRAWER WARMER Applications Fig No Description RW16/26/36H D RW176HD RWN16/26/36 1 RACK HUMITROL RWS WS-20624 DD-300659 WS-20624 2 PAN INSERT DRAWER RWHD C8-46840 C8-49252 3 DRAWER ASY KIT RWHD WS-67096 DD-506374 WS-69244 4 SLIDE VENT ASSY RWN C8-49251 C8-35726 C8-49251 5 SCREW 8-32X3/8PH RD 2C-35530 6 WASHER 2 1/4" DRWR BACK 2C-35565 7 SCREW 8-32X5/16 PH TR HD 2C-35487 8 NUT 8-32 HEX MS SS 2C-35455 9 CATCH IVES MACH 2C-30471 10 BEARING ROLLER TRACK 2P-30483 11 WASHER FLAT SS 1/4X 1 1/4 2C-41791 12 PANEL BACK DRWR RW C8-44291 13 RIVET POP 1/8X.265 SS 2C-49395 14 HANDLE R W DRAWER C8-32112 C8-49248 15 KNOB SQR ROLL WARMER VENT WS-51796 16 SHIELD BULB RWS C8-35683 17 BRKT ELEM MTG RW C8-35677 18 ELEM 120V 2N-30519UL DD-300449 2N-49255UL ELEM 208/220/240V (CE) 2N-30482UL 2N-300951UL 2N-49475UL 19 CLIP RETAINER PILOT LIGHT 2C-43271 20 BOX OUTLET RW RW350 C8-307569 21 LIGHT SIGNAL GLO DOT 2J-35687 22 THERMO CTRL RW W/O AUX WS-58936 23 PANEL CONTROL RW RW324 C8-31801 C8-Z12394 PANEL CONTROL LOWER C8-33565 24 KNOB CONTROL ASSY WARM 2R-30372 r e 25 FLANGE ATTACH ASSY C8-40447 m r a 26 THERMOMETER RW 2IN DIAL 2T-44475 W r 27 KIT REPAIR DWR STOP WS-65923 WS-65923 e w a r - PIN COTTER S/S 1/16 X 3/8 2C-40019 2C-40019 D n I - STOP ASSY DRAWER C9-45447 C9-45447 - t l i u - SPRING DRAWER RT 2P-45448 2P-45448 B l a - SPRING DRAWER LT 2P-45449 2P-45449 u n a - WASHER FLAT .235 X .5 X .48 2C-45610 2C-45610 M s r - SPRING DRAWER STOP RT 2P-307827 2P-307827 e n w - SPRING DRAWER STOP LT 2P-307828 2P-307828 O 4 28 PANEL FRONT DRW RW C8-43191 C8-49249 3 3 3 0 3 - M 2 n / p 2 4 0 M 13 WIRING DIAGRAM M 04 2 p /n 2 M - 30 33 34 O w n e r s M a n u a l B u i lt - In D r a w e r W a r m e r 14 NOTES r e m r a W r e w a r D n I - t l i u B l a u n a M s r e n w O 4 3 3 3 0 3 - M 2 n / p 2 4 0 M 15 NOTES M 04 2 p /n 2 M - 30 33 34 O w n e r s M a n u a l B u i lt - In D r a w e r W a r m e r 16 PARTS & SERVICE DESCRIPTION PART NO.

HUMITROL RACK WS-20624 PAN, STAINLESS (ALL EXCEPT RWN) C8-46840 PAN, STAINLESS (RWN ONLY) C8-49252 r e m r a W IMPORTANT: Use only factory authorized service parts and replacement filters. For factory authorized service, or to order factory authorized replacement parts, contact your Wells authorized service agency, or call: Wells Bloomfield, LLC 10 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis MO 63143 USA Service Dept. phone: (314) 678-6314 fax: (314) 781-2714 Service Parts Department can supply you with the name and telephone number of the WELLS AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENCY nearest you.

CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA r e w a please have this information available if calling for service r D n I - RESTAURANT _____________________________ LOCATION _____________ t l i u B INSTALLATION DATE ________________________ TECHNICIAN ___________ l a u n SERVICE COMPANY ________________________________________________ a M ADDRESS ___________________________ STATE ______ ZIP__________ s r e n TELEPHONE NUMBER (_____)_____-_________ w O 4 3 3 3 EQUIPMENT MODEL NO. _______________ 0 3 - EQUIPMENT SERIAL NO. _______________ M 2 n / VOLTAGE: (check one) 120 208 240 p 2 4 0 M 17 WELLS BLOOMFIELD, LLC 10 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis, MO 63143 telephone: 314-678-6314 fax: 314-781-2714 wellsbloomfield.com


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