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PDF Content Summary: WELLS MANUFACTURING 10 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis, MO 63143 telephone: 314-678-6314 fax: 314-781-2714 wellsbloomfield.com SUPPLEMENTAL OWNERS MANUAL 381

VENTILATOR HOOD SECTION FRYER MODELS WVAE30F WVPE30F WVAE55F WVAE55FS 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-301603 Rev. G M381 130314

LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT Unless otherwise specified, all commercial cooking equipment manufactured by Wells Manufacturing 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 prices charged by Wells Manufacturing for its products are based upon the limitations in this warranty. Seller’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair of defects without charge by a Wells Manufacturing 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 authorized service agency, transportation charges prepaid, for service. In addition to restrictions contained in this warranty, specific limitations are shown in the Service Policy and Procedure Guide. Wells Manufacturing 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 Manufacturing 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 SHIPPING DAMAGE CLAIM PROCEDURE 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: 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 d o non-genuine Wells parts completely voids any o H warranty. A P 10. Installation, labor, and job check-outs are not F N considered warranty and are thus not covered by this ) l a warranty. t n e 11. Charges incurred by delays, waiting time or operating m e restrictions that hinder the service technician’s ability to l p p perform service are not covered by warranty. This u S ( includes institutional and correctional facilities. l a u n a M s r e n w 3. CONCEALED LOSS OR DAMAGE: if damage is O 3 unnoticed until the merchandise is unpacked, notify the 0 6 transportation company or carrier immediately, and 1 0 3 file “CONCEALED DAMAGE” claim with them. This - M should be done within fifteen (15) days from the date 2 the delivery was made to you. Be sure to retain the 1 8 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 container for inspection. 3 M Wells Manufacturing cannot assume liability for damage or loss 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 4 AGENCY LISTING INFORMATION 5 INSTALLATION 5 ANSUL® INSTALLATION & SETUP 8 OPERATION 11 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS 12 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 14 TROUBLESHOOTING SUGGESTIONS 15 EXPLODED VIEW & PARTS LIST 16 WIRING DIAGRAM 19 OTHER DOCUMENTATION MAINTENANCE LOG 26 MSDS for Ansulex® Low pH 27 PARTS & SERVICE 29 CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA 29 DIMENSIONS INTRODUCTION Thank You for purchasing this Wells Manufacturing 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 supplemental manual contains information and instructions pertinent to the hood section of this ventless appliance, and to its use and care. For information regarding the fryer section, please refer to the associated fryer owners manual.

MODEL WIDE DEEP HIGH 15.8” (402 mm)

ALL d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p 20” (508 mm) including manual pull station 32” (812.8 mm) Including manual pull station and Ansul® inspection window standoff ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS 43.7” (1110 mm) 76.4” (1941 mm)

MODEL VOLTS WATTS AMPS p u S ( 208 1ø 9,000 43.3 l a u n WFAE-30F 240 1ø 9,000 37.5 a M s r WVPE-30F 208 3ø 9,000 25.0 (L1, L2, L3) e n w 240 3ø 9,000 22.0 (L1, L2, L3) O 3 0 6 WVAE-30F EU308-415V 9,300 15.0 (L1) 1 0 3 - WVPE-30F EU 13.0 (L2 & L3) 3 (N) M 2 WVAE-55F 208 3ø 17,000 47.8 (L1, L2, L3) 1 8 3 WVAE-55FS 240 3ø 17,000 41.0 (L1, L2, L3) M WVAE-55F EU380-415V 17,400 26.0 (L1) WVAE-55FS EU 24.0 (L2 & L3) 3 (N) 1 FEATURES & OPERATING CONTROLS BACK VIEW SIDE VIEW FRONT VIEW v.10

v.6 v.7 v.8 VENTILATOR WARNINGLIGHT PANEL

v.11 v.12 VENTILATOR POWER ON CHECK FILTERS WELLS REPLACE FILTERS SERVICE REQUIRED

v.13 v.14 v.17 v.2 v.3 v.4 v.5

v.15 v.22 FRYER v.16 v.16 (ALTERNATE LOCATION) f.1 FRYER OFF FILTER

f.9 v.7 f.19 f.20 WVAE-30, WVAE-55 or WVPE-30 f.21 f.18 IL2110 do o H AP F N )l a tn e

NOTE: Items beginning with “f. …” are part of the FRYER m e l Items beginning with “v. ...” are part of the VENTILATOR p p u S ( l a u n a M s r

FRYER OFF FILTER VENTILATOR POWER ON CHECK FILTERS WELLS REPLACE FILTERS SERVICE REQUIRED e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M

2 FEATURES & OPERATING CONTROLS (continued) ITEM DESCRIPTION FUNCTION POWER SWITCH FRYER position energizes VENTILATOR POWER LIGHT and BLOWER. If, f.1 within 10 seconds, there is sufficient airflow for proper operation, POWER LIGHT will remain ON and fryer will operate. (FILTER-OFF-FRYER)

v.2 VENTILATOR POWER LIGHT (green) v.3 CHECK FILTERS LIGHT (amber) v.4 REPLACE FILTERS LIGHT (amber) v.5 SERVICE REQUIRED LIGHT (red) Glows when FRYER POWER SWITCH in pressed to FRYER and adequate airflow has been proven. Glows when GREASE BAFFLE and/or HEPA FILTER are not properly installed. When this light is lit, fryer is disabled. Glows if either CHARCOAL FILTER or HEPA FILTER are due for replacement. Fryer will continue to operate, but filters must be changed in a timely manner before they clog and disable the fryer. Glows when there is insufficient airflow for proper operation (either CHARCOAL FILTER or HEPA FILTER, or both, plugged). When this light is lit, fryer is disabled.

v.6 VENTILATOR BLOWER Provides ventilation airflow. v.7 FUSIBLE LINK LOCATION FUSIBLE LINKS provide fire protection by melting at a pre-set temperature and activating the fire suppression system. v.8 FIRE SUPPRESSION NOZZLE(S) Disperse the fire suppression media. f.9 FILTER PUMP MOTOR Provides over-temperature protection for the FILTER PUMP MOTOR. OVERLOAD RESET Reset manually by pressing the red button.

v.10 VENTILATOR EXHAUST COLLAR v.11 CHARCOAL FILTER Ventilator discharge. DO NOT BLOCK. Contains fire damper with pre-installed 285ºF (141ºC) fusible link.

v.12 HEPA AIR FILTER See page 10. v.13 GREASE BAFFLE

v.14 ANSUL® SYSTEM STATUS INDICATOR d o v.15 ACCESS TO AUTOLIFT o H MOTOR A P F N ) l a t v.16 MANUAL PULL STATION n e m e l p p u Indicates status of Ansul® fire suppression system (i.e. COCKED or FIRED). On fryers with automatic basket lifting device (WVAE-series) allows servicing of lift mechanism. Allows manual discharge of fire suppression system. Shown on left side, may also be mounted on right side. IMPORTANT: PULL STATION must be field installed by an ANSUL® technician.

v.17 GREASE CUP Catches drippings from GREASE BAFFLE. S ( l a f.18 DRIP PAN Catches any liquid draining from top of fryer section. u n a f.19 STABILIZER Prevents unit from tipping backwards. M s r e f.20 RIGID (REAR) CASTERS Allows unit to be easily positioned by slightly lifting front of unit. n w IMPORTANT O 3 0 6 1 If a remote pull station is installed, both rear casters must be replaced with fixed legs in order to deter movement of unit. 0 3 - MOVING AN APPLIANCE EQUIPPED WITH A REMOTE PULL STATION WILL DISCHARGE THE FIRE SUPPRESSION M 2 SYSTEM. 1 8 3 M f.21 FIXED (FRONT) LEGS Allows the unit to be leveled.

v.22 ANSUL® INSPECTION WINDOW Allows the Ansul® components to be viewed without removing the back cover (optional) 3

PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

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. IMPORTANT: The fryer is disabled when the filters are plugged to the point of insufficient airflow for proper operation. Also, the fryer is disabled if either the HEPA filter or grease baffle is removed. It is the responsibility of the store management to maintain sufficient spares of HEPA air filters to avoid prolonged shutdown of the fryer when this filter is expended. Charcoal and HEPA air filters cannot be cleaned. Wells Manufacturing assumes no liability for loss of business due to filter related This ventilator hood is part of an engineered system and is intended for use in commercial establishments only. This ventilator and attendant fryer are 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. This ventilator hood system is designed to reduce odor emissions, but will not completely eliminate all cooking odors. Air exchange rates at the installation site must comply with the requirements of the local jurisdictional authority. To ensure that odors do not accumulate, recommended minimum air exchange is 400 cfm into and out of the site. 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. 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. Do not attempt to wash charcoal or HEPA air filters. Water will cause their immediate failure and disable the fryer. Exposed surfaces of this appliance can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. Cooking oil will be very hot when in use. Contact will cause severe injury. Wear appropriate heat protective apron and gloves when using this fryer. Do not operate this appliance if the control panel is damaged. Do not operate solid state versions of this appliance if the keypad section of the control panel is torn or broken. Call your Authorized Wells Service d o Agent for service. o H A Avoid storing flammable or combustible materials in, on or near the P F N appliance. ) l a t n e The technical content of this manual, including any wiring diagrams, m e l schematics, parts breakdown illustrations and/or adjustment p p u procedures, is intended for use by qualified technical personnel. S ( l a u Any procedure which requires the use of tools must be performed by a n a qualified technician. M s r e n This manual is considered to be a permanent part of the appliance. w O This manual and all supplied instructions, diagrams, schematics, 3 0 6 parts breakdown illustrations, notices and labels must remain with the 1 0 3 appliance if it is sold or moved to another location. - M 2 This appliance is made in the USA. Unless otherwise noted, this 1 8 3

shutdown.Mappliance has American sizes on all hardware. 4

AGENCY LISTING INFORMATION This appliance conforms to NSF Standard 4 for sanitation only if installed in accordance with the supplied Installation Instructions and maintained according to the instructions in this manual. This appliance is and Listed under UL File E146882. INSTALLATION 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 before starting any installation. Read and understand all labels and diagrams attached to the Fryer and to the ventilator. Carefully account for all components and accessories before discarding packing materials. COMPONENTS 1 ea. Grease baffle 1 ea. HEPA air filter 1 ea. Charcoal filter 1 ea Grease cup 1 ea. Fire suppression agent tank 1 ea. Fire suppression agent (Ansulex® Low pH) 1.5 gal. 1 ea. Fire suppression system charging cartridge 1 ea. Manual pull station kit (includes mounting hardware - must be installed by an authorized ANSUL® distributor only) (as req’d) Components and accessories specific to the fryer. Store d o these components in a convenient place for later use o H A .Optional Ansul® inspection window and equipment standards. P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 5 STD 4 E146882 E146882 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 codes. Failure can result in personal injury and property damage. IMPORTANT: Fire suppression system must be charged and certified by an authorized Ansul® distributor. Fryer will not operate until the fire suppression system has been charged.

INSTALLATION (continued)

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: If a remote pull station is to be used, replace the rear casters with fixed legs. SERVICE TECHNICIAN INSTALLATION NOTES Installation and start up must be performed by an Authorized Installation Company. Installer must complete the WARRANTY REGISTRATION / FRYER CHECKOUT form, and record fryer installation particulars on the CUSTOMER SERVICE DATA form in this manual. IT is the responsibility of thE installer to verify that this FRYER and VENTILATOR installation is in compliance with the specifications listed in this manual, with local code requirements, and in accordance with the STANDARD FOR VENTILATON CONTROL AND FIRE PROTECTION OF COMMERCIAL COOKING OPERATIONS as detailed in N.F.P.A 96 (current edition). Certain codes require fryers to be restrained with a tether or other RESTRAINT DEVICE. It is the RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLER to check with the authority having jurisdiction, in order to ascertain the applicability of this requirement to this specific FRYER installation. Any restraint device must allow access to the back and sides of the unit to provide for servicing and maintenance, and must not interfere with the operation of the fire suppression system. SETUP Setup the appliance only on a firm, level, non-combustible surface. Verify local codes for requirements. Concrete, tile, terrazzo or metal surfaces are recommended. Metal over combustible material may not meet code for non-combustible surfaces. Verify vertical clearances. Ventilator fryers require a minimum of 96” (floor to overhead) to allow or adequate air circulation. Verify that the VENTILATOR HOOD ASSEMBLY is properly and securely assembled to the FRYER before beginning the installation procedure. Ventilator may have become dislodged during shipping or d unpacking. o o H Verify that the unit sits firmly on ALL FOUR legs / CASTERS. A P F With a spirit level, check that the appliance is level front-to-back and N ) l side-to-side. With the adjustable legs, adjust as required to level the a t n e appliance. In order to prevent tipping, legs must be adjusted such m e l that all four legs / casters are in firm contact with the floor. p p u S ( Adjust rear stabilizer bars (see item f.19, page 2) to within 1/4” (6 l a u mm)of floor to allow unit to be moved without tipping backwards. n a M s Refer to the Installation Instruction Sheet for required clearances. r e n Maintain required clearances between the appliance and adjacent w O combustible surfaces. 3 0 6 1 Inspection Window 0 3 - For units equipped with the Ansul® component inspection window, M 2 install the equipment stand-off bracket 1 8 3 M 6 INSTALLATION (continued) ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION Refer to the nameplate on the front of the fryer. Verify ELECTRICAL SERVICE POWER. Voltage and phase must match the nameplate specifications, and available electrical service amperage must meet or exceed the specifications listed on page 1 of this manual. WARNING SHOCK HAZARD Electrical connections must be made by a licensed • Wiring must be no less than12 ga. solid copper wire, rated for at least 75ºC. • Wire gauge, insulation type and temperature rating , as well as type, size and construction of conduit, must meet or ex ceed applicable specifications of local codes and of the National Electrical Code. electrician. CAUTION: Shock Hazard The ground lug of this appliance must be connected Fryers are shipped from the factory wired for 3Ø electrical service. Refer to the three-phase wiring diagram included with this fryer, and verify that field wiring conforms to this diagram . NOTE: 30# FRYERS are field convertible to 1Ø. If single-phase operation is required, refer to the 3-phase to 1-phase Instructions included with the FRYER, and verify that both internal wiring and field wiring conform to the included single-phase wiring diagram. d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 7 to a suitable building ground. IMPORTANT: WVAE-55F and WVAE 55FS units must not be converted to single phase operation. Conversion of these units to single phase operation invalidates the UL listing and will void the warranty. 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.

INSTALLATION (continued)

DANGER FIRE HAZARD Fire suppression system must be charged and certified by an authorized Ansul® distributor. DO NOT attempt to modify or bypass the fire suppression system. An uncontrolled fire can cause serious injury or death. NOTE: If the fire suppression system is discharged, a buzzer will sound continuously. The fryer will remain inoperable until the fire suppression system is serviced, recharged and reset by an authorized Ansul® distributor. Charging of the Ansul® Fire Suppression system must be in accordance with Ansul® Design, Installation, Recharge and Maintenance Manual, #418087. NOTE: If a REMOTE MANUAL PULL STATION is installed, moving the FRYER for servicing may cause the Ansul® system to discharge. In this case, the unit must only be installed with four fixed legs (i.e. remove rear casters and replace with legs). Additional legs may be ordered through an Authorized Wells Service Agency. See page 19. FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM INSTALLATION FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM is comprised of a container of Ansulex® Low pH liquid fire suppression media, a system pressurization canister and associated plumbing and controls. Two FUSIBLE LINKS are utilized for automatic actuation, and a MANUAL PULL STATION for manual actuation. Two NOZZLES disperse the fire suppression media. The hood is supplied with a field installed MANUAL PULL STATION, which must be set-up at the time of the fryer installation by an authorized Ansul® distributor. See below and following page for installation details. If the fryer is installed such that the supplied manual pull station cannot be installed, a REMOTE MANUAL PULL STATION may be required by local codes. Any such remote manual pull station must be installed by an authorized Ansul® distributor in accordance with the Authority Having Jurisdiction. When the fire suppression system discharges, fryer heating element(s) and controls are de-energized, and fire suppression media discharged. Fire supression media will form an emulsion designed to both smother and cool the oil. The primary 450ºF FUSIBLE LINK is located on the frypot. This link will melt and discharge the fire suppression system should both the TEMPERATURE CONTROL THERMOSTAT and the HIGH LIMIT CONTROL fail. The secondary 280ºF FUSIBLE LINK is located in the filter plenum, and will protect against a fire in the plenum. Either link melting will discharge the fire suppression media through both NOZZLES, and cause a buzzer to sound. The MANUAL PULL STATION and any similar REMOTE MANUAL PULL STATION will activate the fire suppression system when the ring on the pull station is pulled to its full extent. d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 8 INSTALLATION (continued) d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 9 DANGER BURN HAZARD HOT OIL SPILL Any additional remote pull station must not be installed on the front or sides of the fryer forward of the ventilator side panels. Discharge of the fire extinguishing system into hot oil will cause hot foam to spill over from the frypot. Serious burns and other injuries can result from contact with hot oil and from slipping in spilled oil. Exclusive Anti-Fire System In the unlikely event that both the temperature control thermostat and hi-limit detector fail, and the oil temperature climbs above the safety limit, the fire suppression system will discharge, cooling the oil below the oil’s (approximately) 540ºF auto-ignition temperature, and preventing a fire from occurring.

INSTALLATION (continued)

NOTE: The GREASE BAFFLE and HEPA AIR FILTER actuate magnetic reed switches when they are in their proper positions. They must be properly installed or the fryer heater elements will not be energized. NOTE: Remove the protective plastic bag from the optional charcoal filter before installing. Installing the filter without removing the plastic bag will block the air flow. This will cause the ventilator to shut down 10 seconds after start-up, and the fryer will not heat. WARNING SLIP AND FALL HAZARD DO NOT operate fryer unless drip pan is installed. Oil will drip onto floor creating a slipping hazard. CAUTION BURN HAZARD DO NOT operate fryer unless grease cup is installed. Moisture dripping into hot oil will cause hot oil to splatter. FILTER INSTALLATION Remove the protective plastic bag from charcoal filter before installing. Note air flow direction arrow on each filter, and verify that arrow points toward plenum when filter is properly installed. Install filters by inserting top of each into top filter support inside hood assembly. Pivot bottom of each filter toward rear of hood assembly and drop it into its respective bottom filter support. Seat each filter firmly into the bottom filter support. Install CHARCOAL FILTER first, followed by HEPA AIR FILTER. Install GREASE BAFFLE last. GREASE CUP & DRIP PAN INSTALLATION Install GREASE CUP into brackets below grease baffle. Note: Failure to install GREASE CUP will allow grease and moisture from GREASE BAFFLE to drop into FRYPOT, creating both a SAFETY HAZARD (hot oil splatter) and a HEALTH HAZARD (contamination of the cooking oil). Install DRIP PAN into mounting bracket behind fryer door at lower right front of fryer. d Note: Failure to install DRIP PAN will allow grease, moisture and o o H other liquids that accumulate on the fryer top panel to drip onto floor, A P creating both a SAFETY HAZARD (slip and fall hazard) and a HEALTH F N ) l HAZARD (substance capable of supporting bacteria). a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 10 OPERATION NOTE: Fryer must be operated in accordance with the instructions in the accompanying FRYER OPERATION MANUAL. During normal operation, VENTILATOR POWER ON light will be the only light illuminated on ventilator warning light panel. If the CHECK FILTERS light illuminates, check both GREASE BAFFLE and the HEPA AIR FILTER for proper installation. If REPLACE FILTERS light illuminates, replace both HEPA AIR FILTER and CHARCOAL FILTER. Always replace both filters at the same time. NOTE: REPLACE FILTERS light is a warning that filters are nearing the end of their service life. The fryer will continue to operate for a period of time after REPLACE FILTER LIGHT turns ON to allow continued fryer operation through a peak period. However, filters must be replaced within a short time period or they will clog, disabling the fryer. If SERVICE REQUIRED light illuminates, filters are restricted to the point of insufficient airflow for proper operation. Fryer is shut down until the underlying clogged filter situation has been corrected. Normally, replacing both HEPA AIR FILTER and CHARCOAL FILTER will remedy the condition. Reset the unit by turning FRYER POWER SWITCH to OFF, then back to FRYER. A failure of incoming electric power will cause a shut down of the unit. Reset the unit by turning the FRYER POWER SWITCH to OFF, then back to FRYER. d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 11 CAUTION: Hot Surface Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. CAUTION: Shock Hazard DO NOT splash or pour water or grease onto control panel or wiring. IMPORTANT: The fryer is disabled when REPLACE FILTERS light is illuminated. Note that the fryer cannot operate if the HEPA air filter is removed. It is the responsibility of the store management to maintain sufficient spares of HEPA air filters to avoid prolonged shutdown of the fryer when this filter is expended. Charcoal and HEPA air filters cannot be cleaned. Wells Manufacturing assumes no liability for loss of business due to filter related shutdown.

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION: Hot Surface Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. CAUTION: Shock Hazard DO NOT splash or pour water or grease onto control panel or wiring. PRECAUTIONS: Disconnect unit from electric power and allow to cool Cover frypot to prevent oil contamination FREQUENCY: Weekly TOOLS: Mild detergent, clean non-abrasive towels NOTE: Ventilator section to be cleaned in conjunction with fryer Refer to Fryer Operation Manual for fryer cleaning instructions. 1. Disconnect unit from electric power and allow to cool. Cover frypot to prevent oil contamination. 2. Remove GREASE BAFFLE, GREASE CUP and DRIP PAN. 3. Empty GREASE CUP and DRIP PAN into an appropriate grease collection receptacle. 4. Clean GREASE BAFFLE, GREASE CUP and DRIP PAN in a sink or dishwasher using mild detergent and warm water. 5. Dry components with a clean non-abrasive cloth. Reinstall DRIP PAN, GREASE CUP, and GREASE BAFFLE. 6. Wipe exterior of fryer and ventilator with a clean cloth moistened with warm water and mild detergent. Rinse by wiping with a clean cloth moistened with warm water. 7. Uncover the frypot and reconnect unit to electric power. Procedure is complete d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 12 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS (continued) PRECAUTIONS: Disconnect unit from electric power and allow to cool Cover frypot to prevent oil contamination FREQUENCY: Monthly TOOLS: Mild detergent, clean non-abrasive towels NOTE: Ventilator section to be cleaned in conjunction with fryer Refer to Fryer Operation Manual for fryer cleaning instructions. 1. Disconnect unit from electric power and allow to cool. Cover frypot to prevent oil contamination. 2. Remove GREASE BAFFLE, HEPA AIR FILTER and CHARCOAL FILTER. 3. Wipe interior of ventilator with a clean cloth moistened with warm water and mild detergent. Rinse by wiping with a clean cloth moistened with warm water. DO NOT clean by spraying. 4. Dry ventilator thoroughly with a clean non-abrasive cloth. Reinstall CHARCOAL FILTER, HEPA AIR FILTER and GREASE BAFFLE.. 5. Uncover the frypot and reconnect unit to electric power. Procedure is complete d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 13 CAUTION: Hot Surface Exposed surfaces can be hot to the touch and may cause burns. CAUTION: Shock Hazard DO NOT splash or pour water or grease onto control panel or wiring. IMPORTANT: DO NOT wash HEPA air filter or CHARCOAL filter. Washing these filters will clog them, and cause fryer to be disabled. IMPORTANT: DO NOT clean interior of ventilator by spraying. Spraying can contaminate the cooking oil, and may cause internal damage to the blower, operation proofing system and/or fire suppression system. Clean by wiping only.

REQUIRED MAINTENANCE

IMPORTANT: A signed and dated FRYER HOOD MAINTENANCE LOG must be maintained on the premises, and shall be made available for inspection by the authority having jurisdiction upon request. See page 15. USE AND MAINTENANCE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARD FOR VENTILATION CONTROL AND FIRE PROTECTION OF COMMERIAL COOKING OPERATIONS, N.F.P.A. 96 (current edition). 3-MONTH MAINTENANCE: Thoroughly clean entire HOOD PLENUM and BLOWER section. 6-MONTH MAINTENANCE: Inspection and testing of total operation including FIRE DAMPER and all SAFETY INTERLOCKS shall be performed by qualified service personnel. All FIRE SUPPRESION SYSTEM actuation components including MANUAL PULL STATION and any REMOTE MANUAL PULL STATION must be inspected for proper operation in accordance with the maintenance schedule published in ANSUL® R-102 SYSTEM DESIGN, INSTALLATION, RECHARGE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL (418087). On WVAE-Model fryers, open the rear cover access door and lubricate the lift worm threads with molybdenum disulfide grease (see item v.15 page 2) . ANNUAL (12-MONTH) MAINTENANCE: FIRE SUPRESSION SYSTEM FUSIBLE LINKS must be replaced. NOZZLES and MANUAL PULL STATION must be cleaned in accordance with ANSUL® R-102 SYSYTEM DESIGN, INSTALLATION, RECHARGE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL (418087). d o o H A P F N ) l a t 12-YEAR MAINTENANCE: n e m e l p The FIRE SUPRESSION AGENT TANK and ¼” FLEX HOSE must be p u S ( hydrostatically tested, and the FIRE EXTINGUISHING AGENT l a u must be replaced in accordance with the maintenance schedule n a published in ANSUL® R-102 SYSTEM (STANDARD UL 300 LISTED). M s r This maintenance to be performed by qualified Ansul® service e n w personnel only. O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 14

TROUBLESHOOTING SUGGESTIONS Problem Possible Cause Suggested Remedy Unit will not operate Disconnected from electric power Reconnect to electric power (no indicators lights lit) Reset circuit breaker for unit Unit will not operate Fire suppression system not set Contact an authorized Ansul® distributor for repairs (buzzer sounds) CHECK FILTER light lit HEPA air filter or grease baffle not in position Properly install HEPA filter and grease baffle

REPLACE FILTERS light lit HEPA air filter and charcoal filters nearing end of service life Arrange to replace both HEPA and charcoal filters in a timely manner

SERVICE REQUIRED light lit HEPA air filter and charcoal filters plugged Replace both HEPA and charcoal filters (fryer not operating) Fire damper in exhaust collar has closed Contact an authorized Wells service agent for repairs One or more vacuum sensing lines or ports plugged Contact an authorized Wells service agent for repairs NOTE: If, after 10 seconds, there is insufficient airflow for proper operation, SERVICE REQUIRED light will illuminate and fryer will be de-energized. Press FRYER POWER SWITCH to OFF, then back to FRYER to reset system. NOTE: FILTERS are the only user serviceable components in this ventilator hood system. For all problems that cannot be remedied by servicing the filters, contact: Fryer or ventilator section - authorized Wells ser vice agency Fire suppression system - authorized Ansul® distributor d IMPORTANT: o o H Contact ANSUL® for fire suppression system installation, set-up and service: A P Ansul Incorporated 1-800-TO-ANSUL (1-800-862-6785) F N ) One Station Street l a t n Marinette, WI 54143-2542 website http;// ansul.com e m e l p p IMPORTANT: u S ( l Parts used in the Ansul® fire suppression system are not serviceable by the owner/operator. a u n Procedures for servicing fire suppression equipment are described in: a M ANSUL® R-102 SYSTEM DESIGN, INSTALLATION, RECHARGE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL s r e (418087, current edition) n w O 3 0 NOTE: 6 1 0 3 ANSUL® Manual 41807 and Wells Bulletin 301646 are intended for use by authorized Ansul® service - M 2 personnel only. 1 8 3 M 15

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST CABINET AND HOOD SECTION COMPONENTS DAMPER ASSY 2V-301187 COVER PLUMBING M3-301185 BLOWER ASSY DD-501224 PANEL LIGHT M3-301262 LIGHT, SIGNAL GREEN 2J-35697 LIGHT, SIGNAL AMBER 2J-30516 LIGHT, SIGNAL RED 2J-31157 M3-301394 Cover Blower Assy M3-301188 Optional Viewport & Standoff

FILTER, CHARCOAL 5M-22403 FILTER, HEPA 5M-22402 HANDLE, FILTER N1-301435 GREASE BAFFLE 5M-22695 SEE PAGE 17 SEE PAGE 4 VACUUM AND INTERLOCK SEE PAGE 17 SEE PAGE 17 SEE PAGE 17 SEE PAGE 4 - VACUUM AND INTERLOCK COMPONENTS SEE PAGE 18 SEE PAGE 5 ANSUL® COMPONENTS

COMPONENTS FUSIBLE LINK 280ºF TYPE K 501378 d

FUSIBLE LINK 450ºF TYPE K 2E-47274 (LOCATION VARIES BETWEEN FRYER MODELS) PANEL SIDE LEFT STD DD-302174 16 HOLDER, FUSIBLE LINK M3-47399 GREASE CUP M3-301189 PANEL RIGHT LEFT STD DD-302173 IL2114B o o H AP F N )l a tn e m e lppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST VACUUM AND INTERLOCK SYSTEM COMPONENTS

QUICK-SEAL ADAPTER, 1/4” (Ansul p/n 78195) VACUUM SWITCH REPLACE FILTER 2E-301380 TUBE VINYL 3/16” ID x 18-1/2” L M3-303031 BLOWER ASSEMBLY 2U-302984

VACUUM SWITCH SHUTDOWN 2E-301379 TIMER CUBE, RELAY HOOD 2P-302939 RETAINER RING .122 ID 2C-40030SWITCH, PROXIMITY MAGNET, PERMANEMT

d o o H AP F N )l a tn e m e lppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M GREASE BAFFLE 2R-43948 HEPA FILTER BUSHING 2K-301448PAWL, INTERLOCK NFPA M3-301588 HOOD COVER INTLOCK M3-301260 17 M3-301409 IL2103a

EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST FIRE DETECTION AND SUPPRESSION SYSTEM COMPONENTS FOR USE ONLY BY AUTHORIZED

ref. ADAPTER, QUICK-SEAL 1/2” CONDUIT ADAPTER ANSUL© p/n 79152 (typical) FUSIBLE LINK 280ºF MODEL K 2E-301378 ref. NOZZLE 1N ANSUL© p/n 419335 FRONT OF UNIT ref. NOZZLE 3N ANSUL© p/n 419338 ref. MOUNTING BRACKET RELEASE MECHANISM R-102 ANSUL© p/n 79493 (NOT SHOWN) CARTRIDGE LT-20-R ANSUL© p/n 67099 (NOT SHOWN) MICROSWITCH 2E-47273 TERM.BLOCK 2E-53068 ASSY, PULL STATION ANSUL© 2O-301389 FUSIBLE LINK 450ºF MODEL K 2E-47274 (LOCATION DIFFERS BETWEEN FRYER MODELS) HOLDER, FUSIBLE LINK M3-47399 Seal with Cable sits in Teflon tape groove in inside inside outside ANSUL© SERVICE PERSONNEL Refer to Ansul© part no. 418078-05 R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System Design, Installation, Recharge and Maintenance ref. ADAPTER, QUICK-SEAL 3/8” ANSUL© p/n 77284 (typical) ref. PULLEY ELBOW ANSUL© p/n 423250 (typical) ref. CABLE, WIRE ROPE ANSUL© p/n 15821 (50’/15m) 79653 (500’/152m) (typical) ref. TANK 1.5 GAL ANSULEX® ANSUL©p/n 429864 (NOT SHOWN) ANSULEX ® EXTINGUISHING AGENT 1.5 GAL. ANSUL© p/n 79694 d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( outside l a u n a wall of fryer M s r e ANSUL© p/n 79152 n

pulley ANSUL© p/n 423250 DETAIL Fiber washer is always on the inside ANSUL© p/n 77284 DETAIL cabinet wall Seal with Teflon tape Fiber washer is always on the inside Conduit passes completely through the fitting, and is sealed with the compression washer and nut DETAIL conduit IL2113 w O 30610 3- M2 183 M

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WIRING DIAGRAM SERVICE REQUIRED 46 REPLACE FILTER CHECK FILTER 53 50 VENTILATOR POWER WVAE-55F & VAE-55F 3Ø, 208V OR 240V, 17KW OPTIONAL SOLID SHORTENING MELT OPTION 24 V PLUMBING HEATER TAPE 50VA X-FORMER

51 51 41 44 1/4 INS 1/4 INS 24V

45 49 48 47 HEPA FILTER INTLK FEMALE MALE 24 V FILTER PAN HEATER PAD

BLOWER MOTOR WIRE NUT(2) M 1/4 INS MALE 41 1/4 INS FEMALE 56 1/4 INS MALE 1/4 INS FEMALE BAFFLE FILTER INTLK

57 INTERVAL TIMER REPLACE FILTER 52 AIR FLOW INTLK. 56 58

SWITCH 3 NO 2 C BLD'G ALARM RELAY (2&4) BEHIND REAR BOTTOM COVER ON

NC 45 44 1 55 44 44 54 C BUZZER 220V 60HZ 59 RIGHT HAND SIDE OF BOTTOM PANNEL. 1 5 2

58 42 40 RED BLACK BROWN M-S 1/4 INS MALE 59 1/4 INS FEMALE COIL NC 3 4 NO COM

15 1 2 3 E-SAFE RELAY 13 10 11 1L1 1L2 1L3 1L1 1L2 1L3 "HEAT" LIGHT 1 2 3 1 2 3 41 14 SAFETY CONTACTOR 6 5 4 9 TERMINAL BLOCK L3 L2 L1 7 43 EXTERNAL INTERLOCK (REMOVE FOR EXTERNAL CONTROL) JUMPER 8

d o o H 27 26 POWER SWITCH 8 9 FUSES (2) 15A MAX BUZZER LIGHT TERMINATE TIMER MOTOR LEADS W/ 3/16" PO TERM.(2C-38898) 23

AP F N )l a t 40 C 8A 9A 29 35 30 BUZZER 33 32 BUZZER SWITCH 20 31

n e m e lppu S 34 42 19 15 24 "POWER" 14 22 17 COOK TIMER

( la u n a M s r e n w O 3061 0 3- 26 GREEN 36 27 16 FILTER PUMP LIGHT TEMPERATURE CONTROL THERMOSTAT WHITE GREEN 21 LIMIT SWITCHES INSIDE MOTOR HOUSING HI LIMIT THERMOSTAT BLACK RED LIGHT 43 17 18 18 VOLTS 208 NOM AMPS PER LINE THREE PHASE L1 L2 L3

M2 183 M BASKET LIFT ACTUATOR 19 240 42 42 41 60 HZ 48 48 47 2M-Z13151~

WIRING DIAGRAM

24 V PLUMBING HEATER TAPE 50VA X-FORMER SERVICE REQUIRED LIGHT (RED) 46 REPLACE FILTER LIGHT (AMBER) CHECK FILTER LIGHT (AMBER) 53 50 VENTILATOR POWER LIGHT (GREEN) WVAE-55FS & VAE-55FS 3Ø, 208V OR 240V, 17KW

24V 44 45 51 51 41 47 48 49 1/4 INS FEMALE(2) 1/4 INS MALE(2)

24 V FILTER PAN HEATER PAD BLOWER MOTOR M 1/4 INS MALE 1/4 INS FEMALE HEPA FILTER MAGNET OPERATED BAFFLE FILTER MAGNET OPERATED

SWITCH 41 WIRE 56 * * SWITCH

OPTIONAL SOLID SHORTENING MELT OPTION REPLACE NUT(2) 57 INTERVAL TIMER 52 AIR FLOW VACUUM SWITCH (LARGE) 56

S SPARK QUENCHER FILTER VACUUM 3 NO C 2 58 BLD'G ALARM RELAY (2&4) BEHIND REAR

X (SNUBBER) NOT UL LISTED ON SINGLE PHASE 45 SWITCH (SMALL) NC 55 1 40 54 44 C 59 BOTTOM COVER ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF BOTTOM PANEL. 1 5 2

44 HOOD 58 44 BLACK RED BUZZER 220V 60HZ 59 NC 3 4 NO COM

UPPER CONTROL BOX 42 41 BROWN M-S 1/4 INS 1/4 INS

8500W ELEMENT HOOD MALE FEMALE

15 38 1L1 1 1L2 2 1L3 3 1L1 1 1L2 2 1L3 3 8500W ELEMENT E-SAFE RELAY UPPER CONTROL BOX S 43 MAIN

37 X

S 11 3 2 1 9 10 27 15 FUSE 15A MAX 14 9 SAFETY CONTACTOR FUSE 15A MAX HI LIMIT 6 5 4 TERMINAL BLOCK L3 L2 L1 7 8 JUMPER

CONTROLLER EXTERNAL INTERLOCK

THERMOSTAT 16 26 42 14 23 12 8A 13 3 2 1 6 5 4 9 8 7 6 43 THERMO TERMINAL BLOCK (REMOVE JUMPER WHEN EXTERNAL CONTROL IS USED)

C POWER SWITCH 25 40 + 22 COM 12 11 10 9 6 3 8 5 2 7 4 1 21 UP - -+ 5 4 3 2 1 COUPLE RED WHITE 16 21 - + AUDIBLE ALARM 22 31 (BASKET DOWN) SOLID STATE RELAY 1 2 AC TOP 17 - + 30 d o o H AP F N )l

19 33 DC a t

26 27 30 N E E R G CONTROLLER TRANSFORMER 240V 24V 208V 10 FILTER PUMP S BASKET LIFT ACTUATOR 30 DOWN LIMIT SWITCHES INSIDE MTR HSG (COM) (DN) (UP) 20 UP 16 WHITE BLACK RED 4 3 (BASKET UP) SOLID STATE RELAY 1 2 AC BOTTOM 18 - + DC 4 3 31 S S 17 32 23 n e m e lppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30

34 N EE RG 18 NOTE: -WIRE NUMBERS 16, 17 AND 18 ARE ROUTED THRU A 3/8 INCH FLEXIBLE CONDUIT. -WIRE NUMBERS 26, 27, AND 36 ARE ROUTED THRU VOLTS 208 FRYER RATING AMPS L1 L2 L3 48 48 47 50-60 HZ 610 3- M2 1

A 3/8 INCH FLEXIBLE CONDUIT. * 240 42 42 41 83

TWO MAGNET SWITCHES LOCATED BEHIND TOP REAR PANEL. M 2M-Z13152-3~ 20

WIRING DIAGRAM 24 V PLUMBING HEATER TAPE 50VA X-FORMER SERVICE REQUIRED LIGHT (RED) 46 REPLACE FILTER LIGHT (AMBER) CHECK FILTER LIGHT (AMBER) 53 50 VENTILATOR POWER LIGHT (GREEN) WVAE-55FS & VAE-55FS 1Ø, 208V OR 240V, 11.3KW

24V 44 45 51 51 41 47 48 49 1/4 INS FEMALE(2) 1/4 INS MALE(2)

24 V FILTER PAN HEATER PAD BLOWER MOTOR M 1/4 INS MALE 1/4 INS FEMALE HEPA FILTER MAGNET OPERATED BAFFLE FILTER MAGNET OPERATED

SWITCH 41 WIRE 56 * * SWITCH

OPTIONAL SOLID SHORTENING MELT OPTION REPLACE NUT(2) 57 INTERVAL TIMER 52 AIR FLOW VACUUM SWITCH (LARGE) 56

S SPARK QUENCHER FILTER VACUUM 3 NO C 2 58 BLD'G ALARM RELAY (2&4) BEHIND REAR

X (SNUBBER) NOT UL LISTED ON SINGLE PHASE 45 SWITCH (SMALL) NC 55 1 40 54 44 C 59 BOTTOM COVER ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF BOTTOM PANEL. 1 5 2 44 HOOD 58 44 BLACK RED BUZZER 220V 60HZ 59 NC 3 4 NO COM

UPPER CONTROL BOX 42 41 BROWN M-S 1/4 INS 1/4 INS

8500W ELEMENT HOOD MALE FEMALE

15 38 1L1 1 1L3 3 1L1 1 1L3 3 8500W ELEMENT E-SAFE RELAY UPPER CONTROL BOX S 43

S 1 9 27 37 3 10 11 15 FUSE 15A MAX 14 9 SAFETY CONTACTOR FUSE 15A MAX HI LIMIT 5 4 MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK L3 L2 L1 7 8 X JUMPER

CONTROLLER EXTERNAL INTERLOCK

THERMOSTAT 16 26 42 14 23 12 8A 13 3 2 1 6 5 4 9 8 7 6 43 THERMO TERMINAL BLOCK (REMOVE JUMPER WHEN EXTERNAL CONTROL IS USED)

d o o H AP F N )l C POWER SWITCH 25 40 + 22 COM 12 11 10 9 6 3 8 5 2 7 4 1 UP - -+ 5 4 3 2 1 COUPLE RED WHITE 16 21 - + AUDIBLE ALARM 22 31 (BASKET DOWN) SOLID STATE RELAY 1 2 AC 30

at 21 17 TOP - +

19 33 n DC e

m e lppu S ( la CONTROLLER TRANSFORMER 240V 24V 208V S DOWN 30 20 4 3 (BASKET UP) SOLID STATE RELAY 1 2 AC 32 23

u n a M s r e n w O 26 30 N E 10 FILTER LIMIT SWITCHES INSIDE MTR HSG (COM) WHITE 16 UP 18 BOTTOM - + DC 4 3 31

30610 3- M2 27 E R G 34 PUMP BASKET LIFT ACTUATOR N EE RG (DN) (UP) BLACK RED S S 17 18 VOLTS FRYER RATING AMPS (SINGLE PHASE) 50-60 HZ

NOTE: -WIRE NUMBERS 16, 17 AND 18 ARE ROUTED THRU L2 A 3/8 INCH FLEXIBLE CONDUIT. 1 55 208 -WIRE NUMBERS 26, 27, AND 36 ARE ROUTED THRU 8

3M A 3/8 INCH FLEXIBLE CONDUIT. * 240 47

TWO MAGNET SWITCHES LOCATED BEHIND TOP REAR PANEL. 21 2M-Z13152-1~

WIRING DIAGRAM WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VPE-30F & WVPE-30F 208V OR 240V, 9KW SINGLE OR 3 PHASE - WIRED 3 PHASE AS SHOWN

SERVICE REQUIRED 44 REPLACE FILTER CHECK FILTER 53 VENTILATOR POWER

45 50 51 51 41 49 48 1/4 INS FEMALE 1/4 INS MALE

46 47 1/4 INS MALE BLOWER MOTOR 1/4 INS FEMALE M WIRE NUT (2) HEPA FILTER INTLK 1/4 INS MALE 1/4 INS FEMALE BAFFLE FILTER INTLK

56 57 3 52 AIR FLOW INTLK. NO BUZZER 220V 60HZ 58

REPLACE FILTER SWITCH C 2

NC 45 1 42 55 58 54 40 44 C 56 59 1 5 2 COIL NC NO

44 59 3 4 COM

41 ON-OFF HOOD UPPER CONTROL BOX RED BLACK MICRO SWITCH BROWN 1/4 INS MALE BLD'G ALARM RELAY (2&4) BEHIND REAR BOTTOM COVER ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF BOTTOM PANEL. 1/4 INS FEMALE

SWITCH C ON-OFF AMBER 19 HEAT-ON AMBER 9 COOK LIGHT AMBER 10 BUZZER 3 2 4 1 26 M

40 43

24 22 42 7 8 11 14 MICRO SWITCH COM N.C. N.O. 17 15 18 25 UPPER CONTROL BOX LOWER CONTROL BOX 12

12 CONTACTOR CONTROLLER THERMOSTAT

20 19

1 2 3 22 41 4 5 6 1L1 1L2 1L3 22 32 12 31 21 11 1L1 1L2 1L3 L1 HI-LIMIT THERMOSTAT HEATER ELEMENT d o o H AP F N )l a tn e

L1 L2 L3 TERMINAL BLOCK 24 FILTER ON-OFF SWITCH FILTER 21 M FILTER MOTOR 23 L2 L3 HEATER ELEMENT HEATER ELEMENT m e l ppu S ( la u n a

VOLTS NOM AMPS PER LINE THREE PHASE TERMINAL BLOCK 1 3 SINGLE PHASE CONVERSION 1 CONTACTOR 4 M s r e n w O 30

L1 L2 L3 ONE PHASE 2 7 11 6 1 2 5 0 3 208 60 HZ 26 25 26 44 1L1 1L2 - M

240 23 22 23 REV. F P/N 2M-301412 39 20 L1 L2 L3 1L3 3 6 SINGLE PHASE WIRING 2 183 M

22 WIRING DIAGRAM d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e m e l p p u S ( l a u n a M s r e n w O 3 0 6 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 23 WIRING DIAGRAM

SERVICE REQUIRED 46 REPLACE FILTER CHECK FILTER 53 50 VENTILATOR POWER WVAE-30F & VAE-30F 1Ø OR 3Ø, 208V OR 240V, 9KW w/BUZZER WIRED 3Ø AS SHOWN

51 51 41 44 1/4 INS 1/4 INS

45 49 48 47 HEPA FILTER INTLK FEMALE MALE

BLOWER MOTOR WIRE NUT(2) M 1/4 INS MALE 1/4 INS FEMALE 41 56 1/4 INS MALE 1/4 INS FEMALE BAFFLE FILTER INTLK

57 INTERVAL TIMER REPLACE FILTER 52 AIR FLOW INTLK. 56 58

SWITCH 3 NO 2 C

NC 45 44 1 55 44 44 54 C BUZZER 220V 60HZ 59 1 5 2

HOOD UPPER CONTROL BOX 58 40 RED BLACK 59 COIL NC 3 4 NO COM

M-S BROWN 4241

TERMINATE TIMER MOTOR LEADS W/ 3/16" INS PO TERM (2C-38898) 31 HOOD BUZZER SWITCH 1/4 INS MALE UPPER CONTROL BOX 1/4 INS FEMALE BUZZER LIGHT BLD'G ALARM RELAY (2&4) BEHIND REAR BOTTOM COVER ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF BOTTOM PANNEL.

POWER SWITCH POWER LIGHT HEAT-ON LIGHT 25 COOK LIGHT 25 26 33 36 35 34 BUZZER 32 MOTOR LEAD TERMINATED WITH A 3/16 INS STPO

42 43 C LIFT 14 17 NO NC C M 24

40 20A 31 9 8 8 15 11 32 7A TIMER 18 10 UPPER CONTROL BOX LIFT MOTOR HOUSING MOTOR POSITION SWITCH 1/4 INS MALE LIFT MOTOR 1/4 INS FEMALE

22 24 15 FUSES (2) LOWER CONTROL BOX CONTACTOR 11 CONTROLLER THERMOSTAT 15 12

15A MAX 20 1 7 2 3 22 41 FILTER 4 5 6 1L1 1L2 1L3 32 22 12 31 21 11 1L1 1L2 1L3 FILTER 12 19 L1 HEATER ELEMENT L2 HEATER ELEMENT L3 HEATER 43 HI LIMIT THERMOSTAT d o o H A P F N ) l a t n e

L1 L2 L3 TERMINAL BLOCK 24 NOM AMPS PER LINE SWITCH 21 FILTER MOTOR M 23 ELEMENT SINGLE PHASE CONVERSION m e l ppu S ( la u n a M s r e n

VOLTS 208 THREE PHASE L1 L2 L3 ONE PHASE 45 TERMINAL BLOCK 1 CONTACTOR 4 w O 3

240 24 22 24 60 HZ 27 25 27 40 1 3 2 20 7 1L1 1L2 1L3 5 2 3 6 SINGLE PHASE WIRING 0610 3- M2 183 M

L1 L2 L3 2M-Z13148B

24

d o o H AP F N )l a tn e m e lppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M 25

do o H AP F N )l a tn e m e lppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M 26

d o o H AP F N )l a t n e m e lppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M 27

NOTES do o H AP F N )l a tn e m e l ppu S ( la u n a M s r e n w O 30610 3- M2 183 M 28

PARTS & SERVICE DESCRIPTION PART NO. LEG KIT, REAR, WVAE, WVPE WS-22692 HEPA AIR FILTER WS-22402 CHARCOAL FILTER WS-22403 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 Manufacturing 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.

dCUSTOMER SERVICE DATA o o please have this information available if calling for service H A P F N RESTAURANT _____________________________ LOCATION _____________ ) l a t INSTALLATION DATE ________________________ TECHNICIAN ___________ n e m SERVICE COMPANY ________________________________________________ e l p p u ADDRESS ___________________________ STATE ______ ZIP__________ S ( l a TELEPHONE NUMBER (_____)_____-_________ u n a M s r e EQUIPMENT MODEL NO. _______________ n w O EQUIPMENT SERIAL NO. _______________ 3 0 6 VOLTAGE: (check one) 208 240 380-415 1 0 3 - M 2 1 8 3 M 29 WELLS MANUFACTURING 10 Sunnen Dr., St. Louis, MO 63143 telephone: 314-678-6314 fax: 314-781-2714 wellsbloomfield.com

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