Frymaster Fryer 8195916 User Manual

Computer Magic III.5 (CM III.5) - Page 1-1  
Basket Lift Timers - Pages 2-1, 2-5  
Digital Controller - Page 3-1  
SOLID STATE  
Solid State (Analog) Controller - Page 4-1  
ON  
OFF  
Thermostat Controller – Page 5-1  
Frymaster, a member of the Commercial Food Equipment Service Association, recommends  
using CFESA Certified Technicians.  
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24-Hour Service Hotline  
1-800-551-8633  
SEPT 2008  
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NOTICE  
U.S.  
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the  
following two conditions: 1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2)  
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may  
cause undesired operation. While this device is a verified Class A device, it has been  
shown to meet the Class B limits.  
CANADA  
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A or B limits for radio noise emissions  
as set out by the ICES-003 standard of the Canadian Department of Communications.  
Cet appareil numerique n’emet pas de bruits radioelectriques depassany les limites de  
classe A et B prescrites dans la norme NMB-003 edictee par le Ministre des  
Communcations du Canada.  
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CHAPTER 1  
CM III.5 OPERATING AND PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS  
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ITEM  
DESCRIPTION  
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Left LED Display.  
Right LED Display.  
Temperature Check and Program Lock Switch.  
Left ON/OFF Switch. (In full-pot fryers, either switch will turn the controller on and off.)  
Right ON/OFF Switch. (In full-pot fryers, either switch will turn the controller on and  
off.)  
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Left Product Buttons.  
Right Product Buttons.  
Program Mode Switch.  
INTRODUCTION  
The Computer Magic III (CM III.5) ensures consistent product quality by allowing the operator to  
enter specific cooking parameters for up to 12 products. These parameters remain stored in the  
computer’s memory. Pressing a single button initiates a cooking cycle using the stored parameters  
so that every batch is fried the same way. For fryers equipped with basket lifts, the computer also  
controls lowering and raising the basket. Other features include a melt-cycle for solid shortening, a  
boil-out mode for cleaning the frypot, and automatic recovery-time checks. The computer can be  
programmed to display temperatures in Fahrenheit or Celsius, and to display the time remaining in a  
cooking cycle or to constantly display the frypot temperature.  
NOTE: This computer is configured for the fryer on which it is installed (i.e., gas or electric and  
full- or split-pot). Although identical in appearance, computers configured for use on one type of  
fryer are not directly interchangeable with those configured for use on another type.  
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DEFINITIONS  
Product Button: One of the numbered buttons on the control panel. A setpoint and up to 12  
sets of cooking parameters (one set for each product) can be programmed  
into the computer. The buttons are also used to enter the values for the  
setpoint and cooking parameters.  
Frypot Setpoint: An operator-determined frying temperature. When the computer is turned  
on, it automatically brings the cooking oil or shortening to the setpoint and  
maintains it at that temperature until the computer is turned off.  
Cooking Parameters: The set of cooking variables associated with a product. They are sensitivity,  
cook time, shake time, and hold time.  
Sensitivity: A built-in feature, which adjusts cooking time to compensate for the drop in  
frypot temperature when product enters the oil. Different products vary in  
density, batch size, and temperature. Food products will also vary in cook  
time. A proper sensitivity setting will assure a high-quality product. Setting  
0 is the least sensitive and setting 9 is the most sensitive (see the chart on  
page 1-5).  
Cooking Time: The operator-determined time for cooking a product.  
Shake Time: The operator-determined time during the frying cycle when the product  
should be shaken.  
Hold Time: The operator-determined time product can be held before being served.  
COMPUTER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS  
Turn the computer on by pressing either of the ON/OFF  
Switches. NOTE: A decimal between  
digits 1 and 2 in either LED Display indicates that the unit is heating.  
1. One of the following will be displayed:  
a.  
b.  
, indicating that the fryer is operating in the melt-cycle mode. The fryer will remain  
in the melt-cycle mode until the temperature of the cooking oil or shortening reaches 180°F  
(82°C) or the melt-cycle is canceled by the operator.  
, indicating that the frypot temperature is 21ºF (12ºC) higher than the setpoint. Do  
nothing; the controller will allow the oil to cool to the setpoint before firing the burners or  
energizing the elements.  
c.  
d.  
, indicating that the frypot temperature is 21ºF (12ºC) lower than the setpoint. Do noth-  
ing; the controller will raise the oil temperature to the setpoint.  
, indicating that the frypot temperature is within the cooking range. NOTE: For  
best results, cooking should not be attempted unless the display indicates  
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e.  
f.  
, indicating a heating problem. Turn the fryer off and call the Frymaster hotline.  
, indicating the frypot temperature is in excess of 410ºF (210ºC). If this appears in the  
display, turn the fryer off immediately! NOTE: In computers used in the European Union  
(those with the CE mark), the temperature is 395°F (202°C).