Frymaster Kitchen Grill HLZ 18 User Manual

SERVICE MANUAL  
HEATED LANDING ZONE (HLZ 18 AND HLZ 22)  
This equipment chapter is to be inserted in the Equipment Manual.  
MANUFACTURED BY FRYMASTER, L.L.C.  
P.O. BOX 51000  
SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 71135-1000  
PHONE 1(318)865-1711  
1 (800) 24 FRYER  
TABLE OF CONTENTS  
1. WARRANTY STATEMENT ............................................................................................................ 1  
1.1  
1.2  
1.3  
WARRANTY PROVISIONS - HEATED LANDING ZONE...................................................................................... 1  
PARTS RETURN ................................................................................................................................................... 1  
WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS................................................................................................................................... 1  
2. PARTS ORDERING AND SERVICE INFORMATION.................................................................... 2  
3. HEATED LANDING ZONE ............................................................................................................. 3  
4. INSTALLATION/SETUP................................................................................................................. 3  
5. OPERATION................................................................................................................................... 3  
6. HLZ MODEL/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION ............................................................................. 4  
7. HLZ COMPUTER OPERATION AND PROGRAMMING ............................................................... 5  
7.1  
7.2  
PROGRAMMING TEMPERATURE ....................................................................................................................... 5  
OPERATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 6  
8. HLZ OPERATOR TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................... 8  
9. SERVICE INFORMATION .….…………..……………………………………………………..…..… 9  
9.1 PARTS LIST…….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………....9  
9.2 INTERIOR VIEW OF AN HLZ ….…………………….……………………………………………………………………….9  
9.3 PROCEDURES..…………………………………………………………………………………………..…………..…....11  
10 DIAGNOSTIC TESTS…………………………………………..…………………………….…..…..….. ........................... 15  
11 WIRING DIAGRAM………………………………………………………..……………….…………….............................. 18  
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THIS SERVICE MANUAL SUPERCEDES  
ALL PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THE HLZ SERVICE MANUAL.  
FOR YOUR SAFETY  
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN  
THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.  
DO NOT OPERATE OR SERVICE THE HLZ SERIES WITHOUT FIRST READING THIS  
MANUAL.  
DO NOT OPERATE THE HLZ SERIES UNLESS IT HAS BEEN PROPERLY INSTALLED  
AND CHECKED.  
DO NOT OPERATE THE HLZ SERIES UNLESS ALL SERVICE AND ACCESS PANELS  
ARE IN PLACE AND PROPERLY SECURED.  
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY COMPONENT OF THE HLZ SERIES  
UNLESS ALL POWER TO THE UNIT HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED.  
USE CAUTION WHEN SETTING UP, OPERATING, OR CLEANING THE HEATED  
LANDING ZONE TO AVOID CONTACT WITH HEATED SURFACES.  
HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD, (HCS) - THE PROCEDURES IN THIS MANUAL  
INCLUDE THE USE OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS. THESE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS WILL  
BE PRINTED IN BOLD FACE, FOLLOWED BY THE ABBREVIATION (HCS) IN THE TEXT  
PORTION OF THE PROCEDURE. SEE THE HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD,  
(HCS) MANUAL FOR THE APPROPRIATE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET(S), (MSDS).  
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1. WARRANTY STATEMENT  
The Frymaster Corporation makes the following limited warranties to the original purchaser only for this  
equipment and replacement parts:  
WARRANTY PROVISIONS - HEATED LANDING ZONE  
A. The Frymaster Corporation warrants all components against defects in material and workmanship for a period  
of 1 year.  
B. All parts, with the exception of fuses, are warranted for 1 year after installation date of cabinet.  
C. If any parts, except fuses, become defective during the first year after installation date, Frymaster will also pay  
straight-time labor costs to replace the part, plus up to 100 miles/160 km of travel (50 miles/80 km each way).  
PARTS RETURN  
A. All defective in-warranty parts must be returned to a Frymaster Authorized Factory Service Center within 60  
days for credit. After 60 days, no credit will be allowed.  
WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS  
This warranty does not cover equipment which has been damaged due to misuse, abuse, alteration, or accident  
such as:  
improper or unauthorized repair;  
failure to follow proper installation instructions and/or scheduled maintenance procedures as prescribed in  
your MRC cards;  
improper maintenance;  
damage in shipment;  
abnormal use;  
removal, alteration, or obliteration of the rating plate;  
This warranty also does not cover:  
transportation or travel over 100 miles/160 km (50 miles/80 km each way), or travel time over two (2)  
hours;  
overtime or holiday charges;  
consequential damages (the cost of repairing or replacing other property which is damaged), loss of time,  
profits, use or any other incidental damages of any kind.  
There are no implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for any particular use or purpose.  
For international warranty, the above procedures apply, except that the customer is responsible for freight and  
duty charges.  
2. PARTS ORDERING AND SERVICE INFORMATION  
Parts orders may be placed directly with your local Frymaster Factory Authorized Service Center  
(FASC)/Distributor. A list of Frymaster FASC/ Distributors was included with the unit when shipped from the  
factory. If you do not have access to this list, please contact the Frymaster Service Department at 1-800-24-  
FRYER or 1-318-865-1711.  
To speed up your order, the following information is required:  
Model Number______________________  
Serial Number ______________________  
Voltage ___________________________  
Item Part Number ___________________  
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Quantity Needed ____________________  
Service may be obtained by contacting your local Frymaster Authorized Service Center/Distributor. Service  
information may be obtained by calling the Frymaster Service Department. The following information will be  
needed in order to assist you quickly and efficiently:  
Model Number _________________________  
Serial Number _________________________  
Nature of the Problem ___________________  
_____________________________________  
_____________________________________  
_____________________________________  
Also any other information which may be helpful in solving your service problem.  
RETAIN AND STORE THIS MANUAL IN THE EQUIPMENT MANUAL FOR FUTURE USE.  
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3. HEATED LANDING ZONE  
The Heated Landing Zone or HLZ is designed to hold assembled sandwiches. By circulating heated  
air evenly across the open staging area, the Heated Landing Zone keeps sandwiches hot without  
drying or cooking. The Heated Landing Zone meets all McDonald’s standards for safety, efficiency,  
food safety, and cleanliness.  
4. INSTALLATION/SETUP  
Optional Burger Bumper  
Installed (unit built before 10/98)  
Upon arrival, inspect the HLZ for concealed damage.  
Immediately report any damage to the delivering freight  
company. Claims must be filed within 15 days after  
receipt of the unit.  
Computer  
Cowl  
Make sure that the unit is placed on an even surface and  
Figure 1  
that the area surrounding the HLZ is free of clutter that  
would interfere with air flow.  
INSTALL OPTIONAL BURGER BUMPER (Units built before 10/98)  
The burger bumper may be placed on either side of the  
HLZ to prevent pass through of product. Burger bumpers  
are provided by the KES. See figure 1.  
INSTALL FILTER SCREEN (Units built after 10/98)  
The filter screen is design to prevent debris from entering  
the Computer Cowl Assembly and clogging the blower  
The filter screen snaps into place on rear of the  
assembly. Simply fit the part on to the vent opening of the  
computer cowl assembly. The filter screen will snap into  
position. If equipped with an optional holding screw,  
tighten screw to pull the filter screen snug into position.  
air-intake tower.  
* If the 240 VAC model is operated on  
208 VAC, the unit will heat slowly and  
may not reach maximum temperature. If  
the 208 VAC model is operated on 240  
VAC, component damage is probable.  
To ensure proper operation, the power  
source should match the voltage on the  
rating plate on the bottom of the HLZ.  
POWER REQUIREMENTS:  
Voltage – Two models are available: 208 VAC and 240 VAC*  
Frequency - 60 Hz  
Single Phase  
20 amp Service  
5. OPERATION  
THIS APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH A  
GROUNDING PLUG FOR YOUR  
PROTECTION AGAINST SHOCK  
HAZARD AND MUST BE PLUGGED INTO  
A PROPERLY GROUNDED  
RECEPTACLE. DO NOT CUT OR  
REMOVE THE GROUNDING PRONG  
FROM THIS PLUG.  
1. Plug the unit into the power source.*  
2. See  
HLZ  
COMPUTER  
OPERATION  
AND  
PROGRAMMING, Section 7” for proper setup and  
operation of the computer.  
3. Place product in the HLZ in accordance with the  
restaurant’s established procedures.  
4. CLOSING - When closing the store, remove all product from the HLZ and perform daily preventive  
maintenance in accordance with the MRC. Turn the computer OFF.  
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6. HLZ MODEL/COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION  
Heated air flows  
from the air  
heater/blower  
and heat rises  
from the heater  
plate.  
Heater  
Plate/Landing  
Zone  
Heater Plate  
Calibration  
Socket  
Air Heater  
Calibration  
Socket  
HLZ Computer  
Power Cord  
A look at the flow of  
heated air around the HLZ  
Blower Assembly  
Heater plate  
Heater Plate  
Air Heater  
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7. HLZ COMPUTER OPERATION AND PROGRAMMING  
Display  
Air Heater  
Temperature  
Switch (4)  
Heater Plate  
Temperature  
Switch (1)  
ON/OFF Switch  
Check or  
Program Switch  
Down Switch (2)  
Up Switch (3)  
7. 1 Programming Temperature  
You are able to program the setpoint temperature of both the air heater and the heater plate  
via the computer interface. The heater plate factory default is set to the McDonald’s standard  
of 160°F. The air heater factory default is set to the McDonald’s standard of 220°F. If the  
factory default temperature settings are acceptable, skip to Section 7.2, Page 6.  
Ensure that the HLZ computer is in the OFF position (nothing in the display).  
Press the check switch and enter the code (1,2,3,3). The numerals in the upper right-hand  
corner represent the key number.  
Press  
, then  
,
,
,
in order  
The display will read SET and the LEDs on both the Heater Plate Switch (1) and the Air Heater  
Switch (4) will light. Press the switch that corresponds to the heater you wish to program.  
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Display reads S ET  
,
and  
LED’s light.  
Press  
to program the heater plate or  
to  
program the air heater.  
Press the Up and Down Arrow Keys to achieve the desired set-point temperature, then press  
the Check Switch once. Both heater LEDs will again light.  
Press  
or  
to get desired setpoint, then press  
to lock the temperature in.  
If you are finished with programming both heaters, press the Check Switch again to store the  
programmed setpoints and exit the programming mode OR to change the setpoint temperature  
for the other heater, press the corresponding Heater Switch (1 or 4). Program as described in  
Step 4.  
When finished, press  
again to exit programming  
mode. To change the other heater, press  
to  
program the heater plate or  
to program the air  
heater, then go to Step 4 for instructions.  
7.2 Operation  
1. Press the ON/OFF switch to the ON position (the display will light and cycle through an  
initialization sequence). The display will read –LO- until the air heater and heater plate are  
within 15°F of setpoint. It will take approximately 10 minutes for the HLZ to achieve  
operating temperature.  
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Press  
to turn on the computer.  
The display will read — LO — until both heaters are  
within 15°F of setpoint  
NOTE: A small LED will light in the display when either the heater plate or air heater is  
energized.  
Air Heater  
¡
d
R E  
y
Heater Plate  
When the HLZ is ready for operation, the display reads REdY (ready). Place product in the  
HLZ in accordance with the restaurant’s established procedures.  
NOTE: To check the actual temperature of a heater, press the corresponding Temperature  
Switch once. To check the setpoint temperature of a heater, press the switch twice (an  
indicator will light when the setpoint is displayed).  
Setpoint  
Temperature  
2 2 0  
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8. Operator Troubleshooting Guide  
Symptom  
Possible Cause  
No power  
Circuit breaker out  
Low voltage  
Bad fuse  
No computer display; no flow from  
air tower  
Bad transformer  
Hi-limit out  
Bad latching relay  
No flow from air tower  
RTD probe has failed. Isolate failed  
component by checking temperature of  
air and heater plate with the temperature  
display keys on the computer. The plate  
temperature should be within ± 15°F of  
setpoint. The air heat should be within ±  
25°F of setpoint. If both temperatures are  
good, the computer is likely bad.  
After 20 minutes of operation  
computer display shows PROB  
Plate heater, plate heater relay or RTD  
are faulty.  
After 20 minutes of operation  
computer display shows HI  
Air heater, air heater relay or RTD are  
faulty  
After 20 minutes of operation  
computer display shows LO  
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