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Document DEVICE REPORTTempStar-HH-Std-and-Ventless-Service-Manual
TEMPSTAR® HH-E

INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND SERVICE MANUAL
TEMPSTAR® SERIES DOOR-TYPE DISHMACHINES
TempStar® HH-E Manual · 07610-002-23-32-AD

MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY (APPLICABLE ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA)
WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
To register your Jackson Dishmachine's warranty go to www.jacksonwws-warranty.com or call 1-888-800-5672. Failure to register the Dishmachine will void the warranty.
ONE YEAR LIMITED PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY
For a period of one (1) year from date of original installation of a new Jackson Dishmachine (but in no event to exceed eighteen (18) months from date of shipment from Jackson's factory), Jackson WWS, Inc. (Jackson) will repair or replace, at its discretion, any original part that proves defective in materials or workmanship at the time the Dishmachine was purchased; provided that (i) the Dishmachine has not been altered, (ii) the Dishmachine has been properly installed, maintained, and operated under normal use conditions and in accordance with the applicable installation, operation and service manual available on the Jackson website, and (iii) a warranty claim is reported to a Jackson Authorized Service Agency within the warranty period. This warranty includes replacement with Jackson specified genuine replacement parts, purchased directly from a Jackson Authorized Parts Distributor or Service Agency. Use of generic replacement parts may create a hazard and shall void this warranty.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.
Jackson will pay the labor to repair or replace a defective original part as a part of the warranty, provided that a Jackson Authorized Service Agency performs the labor. Any repair or replacement work by anyone other than a Jackson Authorized Service Agency is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. Labor coverage is limited to regular hourly rates; Jackson will not pay overtime premiums or emergency service charges.
Accessory components (such as table limit switches, pressure regulators, and drain water tempering kits) that are not installed by Jackson at the factory and are shipped with the Dishmachine carry only a (1) one year parts warranty. Labor to repair or replace these components is not included in the warranty or covered by Jackson. Booster heaters not manufactured by Jackson are not covered by this warranty, but are warranted by their respective manufacturers.
This warranty is void if any defect or failure is a direct result from shipping, handling, fire, water, accident, alteration, modification, misuse, abuse, flood, acts of God, burglary, casualty, attempted repair by unauthorized persons, use of replacement parts not authorized by Jackson, improper installation, installation not in accordance with local electrical and plumbing codes, if the serial number has been removed or altered, if the Dishmachine is used for any purpose other than originally intended, or if the equipment is installed for residential use.
Jackson does not authorize any other entity or person, including, without limitation, any entity or person who deals in Jackson's Dishmachines, to change this warranty or create any other obligation in connection with Jackson's Dishmachines.
TRAVEL LIMITATIONS:
Jackson limits warranty travel time to the customer site within 50 miles of the Jackson authorized service agents office and during regular business hours. Jackson will not pay for travel time and mileage that exceeds these limits, or any fees such as those for air or boat travel without prior authorization.
REPLACEMENT PARTS WARRANTY:
For a period of (90) ninety days from the date of installation by a Jackson Authorized Service Agency (but in no event to exceed (180) one-hundred-eighty days from the date of purchase from a Jackson Authorized Parts Distributor or Service Agency), Jackson will repair or replace, at its discretion, any Jackson genuine replacement parts that prove defective in materials or workmanship at the time the replacement parts were installed. This warranty does not include paying the labor to repair or replace the replacement part. This warranty is subject to all conditions, exclusions and limitations applicable to the Dishmachine.

MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY (CONT.) (APPLICABLE ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA)
PRODUCT CHANGES:
Jackson reserves the right to make changes in design and specification of any component of the Dishmachine as engineering or necessity requires.
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES:
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY, THAT ARE NOT SET FORTH HEREIN, OR THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DURATION HEREOF.
LIMITATION OF REMEDIES AND LIABILITIES:
YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED HEREIN.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL JACKSON BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR FOR DAMAGES IN THE NATURE OF PENALTIES. JACKSON'S LIABILITY ON ANY CLAIM OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO THE GOODS OR SERVICES COVERED HEREUNDER SHALL IN NO CASE EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE GOODS OR SERVICES OR PART THEREOF WHICH GIVES RISE TO THE CLAIM.
ITEMS NOT COVERED:
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER (1) ADJUSTMENTS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, TIMER CAMS, THERMOSTATS, DOORS, TANK HEATER ADJUSTMENTS OR CLUTCHES; (2) AIR FREIGHT OR OVERNIGHT FREIGHT; (3) ANY AMOUNT EXCEEDING ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE; (4) CLEANING OF DRAIN VALVES, GAS LINES, RINSE/WASH NOZZLES, STRAINERS, SCREENS, OR SPRAY PIPES; (5) CLEANING OR DELIMING OF THE DISHMACHINE OR ANY COMPONENT INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WASH ARMS, RINSE ARMS AND STRAINERS; (6) CONDITIONS CAUSED BY THE USE OF INCORRECT (NON-COMMERCIAL) GRADE DETERGENTS; (7) CORROSION FROM CHEMICALS DISPENSED IN EXCESS OF RECOMMENDED CONCENTRATIONS; (8) COSMETIC DAMAGE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, SCRATCHES, DENTS, CHIPS, AND OTHER DAMAGE TO THE DISHMACHINE FINISHES, UNLESS SUCH DAMAGE RESULTS FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP AND IS REPORTED TO JACKSON WITHIN (30) THIRTY DAYS FROM THE DATE OF INSTALLATION; (9) DAMAGE CAUSED BY LABOR DISPUTE; (10) DAMAGES RESULTING FROM IMPROPER CONNECTION TO UTILITY SERVICE; (11) DAMAGES RESULTING FROM WATER CONDITIONS, INADEQUATE OR EXCESSIVE WATER PRESSURE, ACCIDENTS, ALTERATIONS, IMPROPER USE, ABUSE, HANDLING, OVERLOADS, TAMPERING, IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR FAILURE TO FOLLOW MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING PROCEDURES; (12) DISCOLORATION, RUST OR OXIDATION OF SURFACES RESULTING FROM CAUSTIC OR CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, HIGH SALT CONCENTRATIONS, HIGH MOISTURE OR HUMIDITY, OR EXPOSURE TO CHEMICALS; (13) ELECTRIC BOOSTERS, FEED LINES, FLEX HOSE, FUSES, GARBAGE DISPOSALS, OR GAS PILOTS; (14) EXCESSIVE LIME, MINERAL, OR ALKALINE BUILDUP; (15) EXPENSES DUE TO DISCONNECTION, DELIVERY, RETURN AND REINSTALLATION; (16) FAILURE OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS DUE TO CONNECTION OF CHEMICAL DISPENSING EQUIPMENT INSTALLED BY OTHERS; (17) FAILURE OF FACILITY WATER HEATER TO MAKE TEMPERATURE; (18) FAILURE TO MAINTAIN WATER HARDNESS LOWER THAN 3.0 GRAINS, PH BETWEEN 7.0 AND 8.5 AND TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS BELOW 250 PPM; (19) FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH LOCAL ELECTRICAL BUILDING CODES; (20) LEAKS OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM SUCH LEAKS CAUSED BY THE INSTALLER, INCLUDING THOSE AT MACHINE TABLE CONNECTIONS, OR BY CONNECTION OF CHEMICAL DISPENSING EQUIPMENT INSTALLED BY OTHERS; (21) OPENING OR CLOSING OF UTILITY SUPPLY VALVES OR SWITCHING OF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CURRENT; (22) PERFORMANCE OF REGULAR MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING AS OUTLINED IN THE OPERATOR'S GUIDE; (23) REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION OF INACCESSIBLE DISHMACHINES OR BUILT-IN FIXTURES THAT INTERFERE WITH SERVICING, REMOVAL OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DISHMACHINE; (24) REPLACEMENT WEAR ITEMS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CURTAINS, DRAIN BALLS, DOOR GUIDES, GASKETS, O-RINGS, SEALS, SQUEEZE TUBES, AND BEARINGS; (25) RESIDENTIAL USE; (26) USE WITH UTILITY SERVICE OTHER THAN THAT DESIGNATED ON THE RATING PLATE.

REVISION HISTORY

Revision Letter
F

Revision Date
6-1-04

G

1-5-05

H

1-17-06

I

7-6-06

J

9-14-07

K

10-8-08

L

1-10-13

M

3-7-13

N

3-24-14

O

4-16-14

P

6-4-14

Q

10-28-14

R

12-1-14

S

4-6-15

T

4-7-15

U

6-11-15

V

6-25-15

-

7-13-15

-

9-18-15

W

10-7-15

-

10-13-15

X

11-9-15

Made by MAW
MAW
MAW
MAW
MAW
ARL RLC RLC
MHH MHH MHH KAP KAP KAP KAP
KAP
KAP KAP KAP KAP KAP JH

Applicable ECN N/A
N/A
7609
7713, 7571, 7493, 7553, 7411, 7422,
7231
7990 8252 QOF NDB219
8291 8287 8298 N/A N/A 8329
N/A
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Details
Change to new layout.
Corrected amerate ratings, changed to thermostat bracket 05700-011-81-64, changed thermostat 05930-121-71-29 to thermostat kit 06401-140-00-32, updated drawing for false panel installation, and added SDI override instructions.
Added universal timer, parts, and schematics.
Updated specification & dimension pages. Updated drain quench assembly. Replaced door switch 05930-003-02-20 with 05930-003-05-84. Added false panel kit numbers, door component kits. Replaced ball stop components. Replaced thermostat 05930-121-71-29 with 05930-510-03-79. Added the wash & rinse thermometer decals.
Obsoleted I/O manual, added warranty & repair centers. Listed minimum cycle times. Added Top-mount Control Box: dimensions, hood weldment, control box, and schematics. Corrected the rinse tank cover number, updated the cantilever support bracket and reed switch numbers.
Added hi-limit thermostat setpoint instructions.
Updated schematic and control box to reflect rotary switch.
Updated Jackson logo and company name.
Updated warranty page. Removed "Stop" page. Converted manual from Quark to InDesign.
Changed pgs. 22, 25, 28, and 31.
New P/N for bearing on rinse arm assembly, pg. 41.
Updated pgs. 4, 5, and 23 to accommodate new door and new Cantilever Arm.
Updated assembly numbers on pg. 31.
Inserted note pertaining to corner installation pg. 6.
Added Tempstar HH, NB 208-230 V, 60 Hz, 1-phase on pg. 54.
Added Tempstar HH Ventless components. Updated solid state schematics on pgs. 60 and 61. Added NB Schematic on page 69. Updated 208-230 V, 60 Hz on page 65. Updated Plumbing Assemblies pg. 46
Updated schematics on pgs. 64 and 66.
Added Ventless heater ratings on pg. 2.
Updated Rinse Heater Ratings for 208 V/60 Hz.
Added HH ventless booster tank assembly on pg. 42.
Updated P/N for solenoid valve on pg. 46 Changed P/N from 04820-002-01-32 to 04820-002-01-56.
Corrected P/N for item 40 on pg. 37.

REVISION HISTORY

Revision Letter
Y
Z

Revision Date
11-23-15
1-8-16

AA

1-11-16

AB

5-7-17

AC

9-9-17

AD

10-16-18

Made by JH JH JH
JH
JH
JH

Applicable ECN
QOF-386 N/A
QOF-386 N/A N/A
N/A
8541 8543
8392 8480 8533 8536 8558 8567 8576 8599

Details
Replaced Plumbing Booster Inlet diagram, pg. 54.
Updated schematic on pg. 70.
Changed item 12 on pg. 39 to 05700-003-07-76. Added 05700-004-23-78, 05700-004-23-79, and 05700-004-2380 to view (pg. 35) and parts list (pg. 36). Corrected Typical Electrical Circuits for TempStar HH Ventless.
Removed views that showed pressure regulator in certain locations. Added the pressure regulator as an option. Added exploded view and parts list for Motor & Pump Assembly. Changed name of delime switch throughout from NORMAL/ DELIME to AUTO/MANUAL. Added instructions on rinse arm maintenance to the Maintenance section. Added dimensions for the corner table notch to the Table Dimensions page. Added a Plumbing Options page. Added the dispenser connections decal for the 460 V machine. Added instructional pictures where appropriate. Added external device wiring instructions as an Addendum. Added instructions for programming new exhaust fan timer. Updated schematics. Updated to new manual format. Audited and corrected all P/Ns in the manual.
Added the TempStar HH-E and associated parts and assemblies. Moved door switch from the Tub Assembly page to the Hood Assembly page. Added door switch bracket assembly to the Hood Assembly page. Updated schematics on pgs. 76 and 77.
Replaced the HH Ventless with HH-E-VER. Replaced the HH NB with HH-E NB. Changed steam pressure to 10-30 PSI on pg. 5. Updated electrical requirements on pgs. 6-7. Added links to exhaust fan timer instructions to pg. 9. Added Chemical Connections section to pg. 10. Added Motor Rotation section to pg. 11. Added False Panel/Corner Install section to pg. 12. Added new exhaust fan timer to pgs. 23 and 25. Changed P/N for contactor, item #4 on pg. 24. Updated pgs. 28-29 with new door and arm assembly. Replaced thermostat and components with solid state thermostat and components pgs. 30-34. Added page for new rinse tank on pg. 36. Updated P/Ns on pg. 37. Added new phase conversion kit P/N to pg. 41. Updated plumbing on pgs. 42-45. Changed rinse arm bearing assembly on pgs. 50-51. Changed rinse arm bearing kit P/N on pg. 51. Updated pg. 52-53 with new view and parts list. Added list of applicable kits to pg. 57. Updated schematics.

NOMENCLATURE

TempStar® HH-E
Door-type dishmachine; ENERGY STAR® qualified, electrically-heated, high-temp, hot-water sanitizing, with booster heater.

TempStar® HH-E-VER
Door-type dishmachine; ENERGY STAR® qualified, electrically-heated, high-temp, hot-water sanitizing, with booster heater and ventless energy recovery system.

TempStar® HH-E NB
Door-type dishmachine; electrically-heated, high-temp, hot-water sanitizing, no rinse booster.

TempStar® HH S
Door-type dishmachine; steam-heated, high-temp, hot-water sanitizing.

The manufacturer provides technical support for all of the machines detailed in this manual. We strongly recommend that you refer to this manual before making a call to our technical support staff. Please have this manual open when you call so that our staff can refer you, if necessary, to the proper page. Technical support is not available on holidays.
Contact technical support toll free at 1-888-800-5672.
Technical support is available for service personnel only.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
GUIDES
Symbols.......................................................................................................................................... 1 Abbreviations & Acronyms............................................................................................................. 1
SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions..................................................................................................................................... 2 Dimensions - HH-E-VER................................................................................................................ 3 Table Dimensions........................................................................................................................... 4 Operating Parameters.................................................................................................................... 5 Electrical Requirements................................................................................................................. 6
INSTALLATION
Installation Instructions................................................................................................................... 8 Inspection......................................................................................................................... 8 Unpacking......................................................................................................................... 8 HH-E-VER Assembly........................................................................................................ 8 Leveling............................................................................................................................ 8 Plumbing........................................................................................................................... 8 Water Supply Connection................................................................................................. 8 Steam Line Connection.................................................................................................... 9 Pressure Regulator........................................................................................................... 9 Shock Absorber................................................................................................................ 9 Connecting the Drain Line................................................................................................ 9 Exhaust Fan Timer............................................................................................................ 9 Chemical Connections.................................................................................................... 10 Plumbing Check.............................................................................................................. 10 Electrical Power Connections..........................................................................................11 Motor Rotation.................................................................................................................11 Voltage Check................................................................................................................. 12 Surrounding Area............................................................................................................ 12 Temperature Setpoints.................................................................................................... 12 False Panel/Corner Install.............................................................................................. 12 Facility Hot Water Heater................................................................................................ 12
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OPERATION
Operating Instructions.................................................................................................................. 13. Preparation 13 Power Up......................................................................................................................... 13 Filling the Wash Tub........................................................................................................ 13 Ware Preparation............................................................................................................ 13 Daily Machine Preparation.............................................................................................. 13 Warm-up Cycles.............................................................................................................. 14 Washing a Rack of Ware................................................................................................. 14 Operational Inspection.................................................................................................... 14 Shutdown & Cleaning...................................................................................................... 14 VER Coil Cleaning........................................................................................................... 16 Detergent Control............................................................................................................ 17 Deliming........................................................................................................................... 18
MAINTENANCE
Preventative Maintenance............................................................................................................ 19
TROUBLESHOOTING
Common Problems....................................................................................................................... 20
PARTS
Control Box................................................................................................................................... 22 Hood............................................................................................................................................. 26 Door & Arm................................................................................................................................... 28 Tub............................................................................................................................................... 30 Steam Tub.................................................................................................................................... 33 Frame........................................................................................................................................... 35 Rinse Tank ................................................................................................................................... 36 Steam Coil................................................................................................................................... 38 Motors.......................................................................................................................................... 39 Heaters......................................................................................................................................... 41 Plumbing - HH-E.......................................................................................................................... 42 Plumbing - HH-E-VER.............................................................................................................. 44 Inlet Plumbing - HH S.................................................................................................................. 46 Outlet Plumbing - HH S............................................................................................................... 47 Plumbing Options........................................................................................................................ 48
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TABLE OF CONTENTS PARTS
Solenoid Valve & Vacuum Breaker Parts..................................................................................... 49 Wash & Rinse Assemblies............................................................................................................ 50 VER System................................................................................................................................. 52 VER System Door Interlock.......................................................................................................... 54 VER System Door Interlock Override........................................................................................... 55 460 V Machine Transformer Mounting Box.................................................................................. 56 Kits............................................................................................................................................... 57
SCHEMATICS
HH-E & HH-E-VER 208/230 V, New Rinse Tank.......................................................................... 58 HH-E & HH-E-VER 460 V, New Rinse Tank................................................................................. 59 HH-E & HH-E-VER 208/230 V, Old Rinse Tank........................................................................... 60 HH-E & HH-E-VER 460 V, Old Rinse Tank.................................................................................. 61 NB 208/230 V............................................................................................................................... 62 NB 460 V...................................................................................................................................... 63 HH S 208/230 V........................................................................................................................... 64 SDI Options.................................................................................................................................. 65
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GUIDES
SYMBOLS
! - risk of injury to personnel.
WARNING
! - risk of damage to equipment.
CAUTION
- risk of electrical shock.
- caustic chemicals.
i - reference data plate.
- lockout electrical power.
NOTICE - important note.
 - instructions hyperlink.
ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS
ANSI - American National Standards Institute Btu/Hr - British Thermal Units per Hour CFM - Cubic Feet per Minute GHT - Garden Hose Thread GPH - Gallons per Hour GPM - Gallons per Minute GPG - Grains per Gallon HP - Horsepower Hz - Hertz ID - Inside Diameter kW - Kilowatts MCA - Minimum Circuit Ampacity MOP - Maximum Overcurrent Protection NFPA - National Fire Protection Association NPT - National Pipe Thread OD - Outside Diameter PRV - Pressure Regulating Valve PSI - Pounds per Square Inch V - Volts
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GUIDES
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SPECIFICATIONS

47 8 [124 mm]

4 [102 mm] MINIMUM

1514 [387 mm]

CA

251 4 [641 mm]

DIMENSIONS

4 [102 mm] MINIMUM

LEGEND
A - Drain 1 1/2" NPT B - Water Inlet 3/4" NPT C - Electrical Connection D - Optional Steam Connection 3/4" NPT
increased 2" using the machine's adjustable feet.

28 5 8 [727 mm] 25 [635 mm]

17 [432 mm]

B

C

31 5 8 [803 mm]

37 8 [97 mm]

1 [25 mm]
B
C

27 [686 mm]
CLEARANCE
73 [1854 mm]
D
20 [508 mm]
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251 4 [641 mm]

863 4 [2203 mm]
WITH DOOR OPEN
733 4 [1874 mm]

763 8 [1941 mm]
68 1 2 [1740 mm]

34 [864 mm]

5 1/2 (140 mm)
D

73 [1856 mm]

A

A

113 4 [299 mm]

2

SPECIFICATIONS
B
514 (134 mm)

2 8

5 8

(727

mm)

17 (432 mm)
B C

DIMENSIONS - HH-E-VER

4 (102 m MINIMUM

LEGEND
A - Drain 1 1/2" NPT B - Water Inlet 3/4" NPT C - Electrical Connection
increased 2" using the machine's adjustable feet.

35

5 8

(905

mm)

234 (79 mm)

93 (2362 88 (2235 mm) 73 (1856 mm)
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2 7 (686 mm) CLEARANCE

34 (861 mm) 1134 (298 mm)

1514 (387 mm)

A

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SPECIFICATIONS
CORNER INSTALLATION
For corner install instructions:

8 1/4 (210 mm) 30 (762 mm)

TABLE DIMENSIONS
4 (102 mm) MIN ALIGN WITH TABLE DISTANCE CAN VARY

20 1/2" (521 mm) OPENING

4 (102 mm) MIN ALIGN WITH TABLE DISTANCE CAN VARY

Distance from wall to rear rack rail.

Control Panel

Distance from wall to right rack rail.

8 1/4 (210 mm)

1 1/4" [32 mm]

1 3/8" [35 mm]

STRAIGHT-THROUGH INSTALLATION

4 (102 mm) MIN ALIGN WITH TABLE DISTANCE CAN VARY

20 1/2" [521 mm] OPENING

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8 1/4 (210 mm)
30 (762 mm)

20 1/2" (521 mm) OPENING

Distance from wall to rear rack rail.

Control Panel

20 1/2" (521 mm) OPENING
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SPECIFICATIONS

OPERATING CYCLES (SECONDS): Wash Rinse Dwell

HH-E

40

10

10

Normal

45

15

2

Medium

103 15

2

Heavy

163 15

2

Extra-Heavy 283 15

2

Total 60 62 120 180 300

HH-E-VER:

Wash Time

45

Rinse Time

15

Dwell Time

2

Condensate Removal

30

Total

92

OPERATING CAPACITY:

Normal Cycle Racks per Hour Dishes per Hour Glasses per Hour

53 1325 1908

Medium Cycle Racks per Hour Dishes per Hour Glasses per Hour

28 700 1008

Heavy Cycle

Racks per Hour

19

Dishes per Hour

475

Glasses per Hour

684

Extra-heavy Cycle

Racks per Hour

11

Dishes per Hour

275

Glasses per Hour

396

Tank Capacity: Rinse Tank (gallons/liters) Wash Tank (gallons/liters)
MOTOR HP: Wash Motor HP

3.0/11.4 8.0/30.3
2.0

OPERATING PARAMETERS

WATER REQUIREMENTS:
TempStar HH-E: Wash Temperature (minimum) (°F/°C) Rinse Temperature (minimum) (°F/°C) Inlet Water Temperature (°F/°C)
12 kW Rinse Heater (°F/°C) 14 kW Rinse Heater (°F/°C) Flow Pressure (PSI) Water Line Size (NPT) Drain Line Size (NPT)
TempStar HH-E-VER: Wash Temperature (minimum) (°F/°C) Rinse Temperature (minimum) (°F/°C) Inlet Water Temperature (°F/°C) Flow Pressure (PSI) Water Line Size (NPT) Drain Line Size (NPT)
TempStar HH-E NB/Tempstar HH S: Wash Temperature (minimum) (°F/°C) Rinse Temperature (minimum) (°F/°C) Inlet Water Temperature (°F/°C) Flow Pressure (PSI) Water Line Size (NPT) Drain Line Size (NPT)

155/68 180/83
140/60 110/44 10 ± 2 1/2" 1 1/2"
155/68 180/83 40-90/4.4-32.2 10 ± 2 3/4" 1 1/2"
150/66 180/83 180/83 20 ± 5 3/4" 1 1/2"

HH S STEAM REQUIREMENTS:
Coil Size Steam Flow Pressure (PSI) Consumption @ 15 PSI (lbs/hr)
ENERGY SPECIFICATIONS
HH-E-VER Latent Heat Sensible Heat

3/4" 10-30 45
4678 Btu/Hr 5190 Btu/Hr

NOTICE

Always refer to the machine data plate for specific electrical and water requirements.

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The material provided on this page is for reference only and is subject to change without notice.

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SPECIFICATIONS

ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS

Local codes may require more stringent protection than what is displayed here. Always verify with your electrical service

contractor that your circuit protection is adequate and meets all applicable national and local codes. Numbers in this manual

are for reference and may change without notice.

NOTICE

On three-phase machines, imbalanced wild leg goes to L3.

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Also see the Motor Rotation section.

TEMPSTAR HH-E 70° Rise (14 kW) & TEMPSTAR HH-E-VER

Volts Phase

Freq

Wash Motor

Wash Heater

Rinse Heater

Total Load

MCA

MOP

208

1

60 Hz

11.2 A

19.7 A

50.6 A

81.5 A

84.3 A

95.0 A

230

1

60 Hz

11.2 A

21.8 A

55.9 A

88.9 A

91.7 A

100.0 A

208

3

60 Hz

11.2 A

11.4 A

29.2 A

51.8 A

54.6 A

65.0 A

230

3

60 Hz

11.2 A

12.6 A

32.3 A

56.1 A

58.9 A

70.0 A

460

3

60 Hz

3.0 A

6.3 A

16.1 A

25.4 A

26.2 A

30.0 A

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TEMPSTAR HH-E 40° Rise (12 kW)

Volts Phase

Freq

Wash Motor

208

1

60 Hz

11.2 A

230

1

60 Hz

11.2 A

208

3

60 Hz

11.2 A

230

3

60 Hz

11.2 A

460

3

60 Hz

3.0 A

Wash Heater 19.7 A
21.8 A
11.4 A
12.6 A
6.3 A

Rinse Heater 43.3 A
47.9 A
25.0 A
27.7 A
13.8 A

Total Load 74.2 A 80.9 A 47.6 A 51.5 A 23.1 A

MCA 77.0 A 83.7 A 50.4 A 54.3 A 23.9 A

MOP 85.0 A 90.0 A 60.0 A 65.0 A 25.0 A

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SPECIFICATIONS

ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS

Local codes may require more stringent protection than what is displayed here. Always verify with your electrical service

contractor that your circuit protection is adequate and meets all applicable national and local codes. Numbers in this manual

are for reference and may change without notice.

NOTICE

On three-phase machines, imbalanced wild leg goes to L3.

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Also see the Motor Rotation section.

TEMPSTAR HH-E NB

Volts Phase

Freq

Wash Motor

Wash Heater

Rinse Heater

Total Load

MCA

MOP

208

1

60 Hz

11.2 A

19.7 A

N/A

30.9 A

33.7 A

40.0 A

230

1

60 Hz

11.2 A

21.8 A

N/A

33.0 A

35.8 A

45.0 A

208

3

60 Hz

11.2 A

11.4 A

N/A

22.6 A

25.4 A

35.0 A

230

3

60 Hz

11.2 A

12.6 A

N/A

23.8 A

26.6 A

35.0 A

460

3

60 Hz

3.0 A

6.3 A

N/A

9.3 A

10.1 A

15.0 A

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TEMPSTAR HH S Volts Phase

208

1

230

1

208

3

230

3

460

3

Freq 60 Hz 60 Hz 60 Hz 60 Hz 60 Hz

Wash Motor 11.2 A
11.2 A
11.2 A
11.2 A
3.0 A

Wash Heater
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Rinse Heater
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Total Load 11.2 A 11.2 A 11.2 A 11.2 A 3.0 A

MCA 14.0 A 14.0 A 14.0 A 14.0 A 3.8 A

MOP 25.0 A 25.0 A 25.0 A 25.0 A 15.0 A

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INSTRUCTIONS

INSPECTION Before installing the unit, check the packaging and machine for damage. If the packaging
is damaged, the machine might also be damaged. If there is damage to both packaging

and machine, do not throw away the packaging. The machine has been inspected and

Do not throw away packaging if damage is
evident!

packed at the factory and is expected to arrive to you in new, undamaged condition. However, rough handling by carriers or others might result in damage to the unit while in transit. If so, do not return the unit to the manufacturer. Instead, contact the carrier and ask them to send a representative to the site to inspect the damage and complete

an inspection report. You must contact the carrier and the dealer that sold you the unit

within 48 hours of receiving the machine.

UNPACKING While unpacking the machine, ensure that there are no missing parts. If an item is
missing, contact the manufacturer immediately.

HH-E-VER While unpacking an HH-E-VER unit, note that the VER system is packaged separately.

ASSEMBLY

Click here or on the instructions icon for a guide on mounting the VER system to the machine.



LEVELING The machine must be level in its operating location to prevent damage to the machine
during operation and to ensure the best results. The unit comes with four adjustable bullet feet, which can be turned using a pair of channel locks (or by hand if the unit can be raised safely). Ensure that the unit is level from side-to-side and front-to-back before making any connections.

PLUMBING Plumbing connections must comply with all applicable local, state, and national
plumbing codes. The plumber is responsible for ensuring that the incoming water line

is thoroughly flushed before connecting it to any component of the machine. It is very

The plumber MUST flush the incoming water line!

important to remove all foreign debris from the water line that might potentially get trapped in the valves or cause an obstruction. Any valves that are fouled as a result of foreign matter left in the water line--and any expenses resulting from this fouling--are

not the responsibility of the manufacturer.

A water hardness test MUST be performed.

A water hardness test must be performed to determine if a water treatment system needs to be installed.

WATER SUPPLY If water hardness tests at greater than 3 GPG, install the Scaltrol Water Treatment

CONNECTION: WATER HARDNESS

system (see the Plumbing Options page) into the water line before the machine's incoming water connection point. A water shut-off valve should be installed to allow access for service.

GREATER THAN

3 GPG

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INSTRUCTIONS

WATER SUPPLY If water hardness tests at less than 3 GPG, install the water supply line directly to

CONNECTION:

the machine's incoming water connection point. installed to allow access for service.

A water shut-off valve should be

WATER HARDNESS

OF 3 GPG OR LESS

STEAM LINE The steam machines come with lines to connect the source steam. Connect all steam

CONNECTION

lines to the machine as all applicable codes provide. See machine data plate for information concerning steam flow pressure. Click here or on the instructions icon for



the Steam Booster manual.

PRESSURE The manufacturer recommends the installation of a water pressure regulator in the

REGULATOR

incoming water line to ensure proper flowrate at all times and offers these devices as options (see the Plumbing Options page). The PRV comes standard on the TempStar



HH-E-VER but ships inside the machine. Click here for install instructions.

Do not confuse static pressure with flow pressure. Static pressure is the line pressure in a "no flow" condition (all valves and services are closed). Flow pressure is the pressure in the fill line when the fill valve is opened during the cycle.

SHOCK ABSORBER The manufacturer also recommends the installation of a shock absorber in the
incoming water line and offers these devices as options. This prevents line hammer/ hydraulic shock--induced by the solenoid valve as it operates--from causing damage to the equipment (see the Plumbing Options page).

CONNECTING THE The machine's drain is a gravity-discharge drain. All piping from the 1 1/2" NPT

DRAIN LINE

connection on the wash tank must be pitched (1/4" per foot) to the floor or sink drain. All piping from the machine to the drain must be a minimum 1 1/2" NPT and must not

be reduced. There must also be an air-gap between the machine drain line and the

floor sink or drain. If a grease trap is required by code, it should have a flow capacity

of 5 GPM.

EXHAUST FAN Determine which exhaust fan timer is on the machine (located in the control box) TIMER and click the instructions icon beside that timer to access programming instructions.





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INSTRUCTIONS

CHEMICAL

Detergent

CONNECTIONS

Connect detergent by removing the bulkhead fitting on the back of the machine and replacing it with the appropriate dispensing equipment.

Chemical connections should be made by the
chemical supplier.

Using deionized water or other aggressive fluids will result in corrosion and failure of components and will void the warranty.

Detergent Probe Installs Here

!
WARNING
WARNING! Some of the chemicals used in
dishwashing may cause chemical burns if they come in contact with skin. Wear protective gear when handling these chemicals.
If any skin comes in contact with these chemicals, immediately follow the instructions provided with the chemicals for treatment.

Rinse-aid Connect rinse-aid by removing one of the brass plugs at the base of the rinse injector and replacing it with the appropriate dispensing equipment. See "Plumbing - HH-E-VER" page for a depiction of the VER rinse injector.
Rinse-aid

Dispenser Electrical Connections



The electrical connections for chemical dispensers are made on a fuse block inside

the control box. Click here for a depiction of the fuse block and connection locations.

PLUMBING CHECK Slowly turn on the water supply to the machine after the incoming fill line and drain
line have been installed. Check for any leaks and repair as required. All leaks must be repaired before operating the machine.

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INSTRUCTIONS

ELECTRICAL POWER Electrical and grounding conductors must comply with the applicable portions of the CONNECTIONS National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest edition) and/or other electrical codes.
The data plate is located on the right side of the machine. Refer to the data plate for machine operating requirements, machine voltage, total amperage, and serial number.

Disconnect electrical power supplies and
lockout/tagout in accordance with appropriate procedures and codes at the disconnect switch.

1. Open the control box by using a phillips screwdriver to remove the four screws on the front cover of the control box.
2. Install 3/4" conduit into the pre-punched holes in the back of the control box. 3. Route power wires and connect to power block and grounding lug. 4. Install the service wires (L3 for 3-Phase only) to the appropriate terminals as they
are marked on the terminal block.

3

Ground

NOTICE
Imbalanced wild leg goes
to L3.

L1 L2 L3

!
CAUTION



5. Install the grounding wire into the lug provided. 6. Tighten the connections.
NOTICE "DE-OX" or similar anti-oxidation agent should be used on all power connections.
CAUTION! Improperly connecting external devices can cause damage to the machine and/or electrical infrastructure! Click here for a wiring guide.

MOTOR ROTATION On 3-Phase machines only, correct pump motor rotation must be verified before
the machine is operated. Failure to do so can result in damage to the machine and

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components. 1. Follow the "Filling the Wash Tub" section.

2. Locate the wash pump motor and identify the arrow decal which shows the

!
CAUTION

correct motor rotation.

CAUTION! On 3-Phase machines only, correct
pump motor rotation must be verified before operation!

Rotation

Impeller

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3. Flip the mode switch to "MANUAL" and start the machine.

4. Observe the rotation of impeller and quickly stop the machine.

5. If rotation is incorrect, disconnect electrical power and reverse the

L1 and L2 connections at terminal block shown in the section above.

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INSTRUCTIONS

VOLTAGE CHECK Ensure that the power switch is in the "OFF" position and apply power to machine.
Check the incoming power at the terminal block and ensure it corresponds with the

voltage listed on the data plate. If not, contact a qualified service agency to examine

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the problem. Do not run machine if voltage is too high or too low. Shut off the service breaker and advise all proper personnel of the location of the breaker and any prob-

lems. Replace the control box cover and tighten-down the screws.

SURROUNDING This is a commercial machine and reaches temperatures that can exceed those

AREA

generated by a residential machine. Surrounding countertops, cabinets, flooring material, and subflooring material must be designed and/or selected with these higher

temperatures in mind.

NOTICE Any damage to surrounding area caused by heat/moisture to materials that are not recommended for higher temperatures will not be covered under warranty or by the manufacturer.

TEMPERATURE The temperature setpoints on this unit have been set at the factory. They should SETPOINTS only be adjusted by an authorized service agent.
FALSE PANEL/ The manufacturer offers an optional False Panel Kit for corner installations. See the CORNER INSTALL Kits page for kit part number. Click here for false panel/corner install instructions.


FACILITY HOT The manufacturer does NOT endorse "Tankless On-demand" water heaters

WATER

HEATER

for use with their dishmachines. The manufacturer DOES endorse, and highly recommends, the standard "Tank" style water heaters, sized to properly handle the

water heating requirements of the facility.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

PREPARATION Before operating the unit, verify the following:
1. The tank is clean and free of debris. 2. The wash arms, rinse arms, sump strainer, and scrap screen are all installed
correctly. 3. The standpipe is installed.

Wash & Rinse Arms, Scrap Screen

Sump Strainer

Standpipe

POWER UP To energize the unit, turn on the power at the service breaker. The voltage should
have been previously verified as being correct. If not, the voltage will have to be verified.

FILLING THE Ensure that the mode switch is in the "AUTO" position, and place the power switch

WASH TUB

into the "ON" position. The machine will fill automatically and shut-off when the appropriate level is reached (just below the scrap screen). The wash tub must be

completely filled before operating the wash pump to prevent damage to components.

Once the wash tub is filled, the unit is ready for operation.

WARE Proper ware preparation will help ensure good results and fewer re-washes. If not

PREPARATION

prepared properly, ware might not come out clean and the efficiency of the machine will be reduced. Putting unscraped dishes into the machine affects its performance,

so scraps should always be removed from ware before being loaded into a rack.

Pre-rinsing and pre-soaking are good ideas, especially for silverware and casserole

dishes.

Place cups and glasses upside-down in racks so they don't hold water during the cycle. The machine sanitizes as well as cleans. To do this, ware must be properly prepared before being placed in the machine.

DAILY MACHINE Refer to the "Preparation" section and follow the instructions there. Afterward, ensure PREPARATION that chemicals are supplied to the machine. If not, contact your chemical supplier.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

WARM-UP CYCLES For the first operation of each day, it might be necessary to run the machine through
three cycles to ensure that all of the cold water is out of the system and to verify that the unit is operating correctly. To cycle the machine, ensure that the power is on and that the tub has filled to the correct level. Lift and close the door and the cycle light will illuminate. The unit will start, run through the cycle, and shut-off automatically. Repeat this two more times. The unit should now be ready to wash a rack of ware.

WASHING A RACK To wash a rack, open the door completely (avoiding hot water that might drip from OF WARE the door) and slide the rack into the unit.
Close the door and the unit will start automatically. Once the cycle is complete, open the door (again watching for the dripping hot water) and remove the rack of clean ware. Replace with a rack of soiled ware and close the door. Repeat this process.

OPERATIONAL Based on use, the scrap screen might become clogged with soil and debris as the

INSPECTION

workday progresses. Operators should regularly inspect the scrap screen to ensure it has not become clogged. If clogged, it will reduce the washing capability of the

machine. Instruct operators to clean-out the scrap screen at regular intervals or as

required by workload. Do NOT beat strainers to remove debris.

SHUTDOWN & 1. Turn machine off by flipping the power switch to "OFF." CLEANING

2. Open the door and allow steam/heat to escape. 3. Remove the standpipe and allow the tub to drain.

!
WARNING

WARNING! Wash tank water will be hot!

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

SHUTDOWN & 4. Remove the sump strainer and scrap screen. CLEANING

5. Use a hand-scraper to scrape foodsoil into a trash basket.

6. Rinse with pre-rinse hose and replace.

7. Remove all wash and rinse arms.

8. Remove the end-caps from the arms.

9. Clean nozzles with a brush.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

SHUTDOWN & CLEANING

10. Use a small wire or toothpick to remove remaining debris or lime deposits from the nozzles.
11. Flush the arms with water. 12. Replace end-caps and ensure they have been tightened.

13. Spray or wipe out interior of the machine.

14. Replace wash and rinse arms.

15. Ensure sump strainer and scrap screen are clean and securely in place.

16. Use stainless steel polish to clean and protect outside of machine.

VER COIL CLEANING The coil on the VER machine must be inspected periodically. If the coil is greasy,
dirty, or there is scale build-up, click here for cleaning instructions.



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DETERGENT CONTROL

DETERGENT Detergent usage and water hardness are two factors that contribute greatly to how

CONTROL

efficiently this machine will operate. Using detergent in the proper amount can become a source of substantial savings. A qualified water treatment specialist can

determine what is needed for maximum efficiency from the detergent.

See "Water Supply Connection" section for
more information on water treatment.

1. Hard water greatly affects the performance of the machine, causing the amount of detergent required for washing to increase. If the machine is installed in an area with hard water, the manufacturer recommends the installation of water treatment equipment.
2. Deposited solids from hard water can cause spotting that will not be removed with a drying agent. Treated water will reduce this occurence.

3. Treated water might not be suitable for use in other areas of operation and it might be necessary to install a water treatment unit for the water going to the machine only. Discuss this option with a qualified water treatment specialist.

4. Machine operators should be properly trained on how much detergent is to be used per cycle. Meet with a water treatment specialist and detergent vendor to discuss a complete training program for operators.

5. These machines require that chemicals be provided for proper operation and sanitization and require the installation of third-party chemical feeders to introduce these chemicals to the machine. Contact a chemical supplier with any questions.

6. Water temperature is an important factor in ensuring that the machine functions

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properly. The machine's data plate details what the minimum temperatures must be for the incoming water supply, the wash tank, and the rinse tank. If minimum

requirements are not met, there is a possibility that dishes will not be clean or

sanitized.

7. Instruct machine operators to observe the required temperatures and to report when they fall below the minimum allowed. A loss of temperature can indicate a larger problem.

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DELIMING

DELIMING To delime the machine, follow the steps below. The tank capacities of the machine
can be found on the Operating Parameters section of this manual.
1. Remove rinse arms and place in sink with deliming solution. 2. Disconnect or turn off chemical feeder pumps. 3. Add deliming solution per chemical supplier's instructions. 4. Close the door and turn the machine on in "MANUAL" mode. 5. Run the machine for the length of time recommended by the chemical supplier. 6. Flip the mode switch to "AUTO" to shut the unit off. 7. Open the door and step away for five minutes. 8. Inspect the inside of the machine. If the machine is not delimed, run again. 9. When clean, drain and re-fill the machine. 10. Run two cycles in "AUTO" to remove residual deliming solution. 11. Drain and re-fill the machine. 12. Flush rinse arms with water and replace.
Mode Switch

!
CAUTION

Power Switch
CAUTION! This equipment is not recommended for use with deionized water or other aggressive fluids. Using deionized water or other aggressive fluids will result in corrosion and failure of components and will void the warranty.

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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
!
WARNING

The manufacturer highly recommends that any maintenance and repairs not specifically discussed in this manual be performed only by qualified service personnel.
WARNING! Unqualified personnel performing maintenance on the machine may void the warranty, lead to larger problems, or cause harm to the operator.
Following the operating and cleaning instructions in this manual will result in the most efficient results from the machine. As a reminder, here are some steps to take to ensure the machine is being used the way it was designed to work:

i
!
CAUTION
CAUTION! Do NOT beat strainers to
remove debris!

1. Ensure the water temperatures match those listed on the machine data plate. A loss of temperature can indicate a larger problem.
2. Ensure all strainers are clean and securely in place before operating the machine. When cleaning out strainers, do NOT beat them on waste cans. Wipe out strainers with a rag and rinse with water if necessary. Use a toothpick to dislodge any stubborn debris.
3. Ensure all wash and rinse arms are secure in the machine before operating.
4. Ensure the standpipe is in position before operating.
5. Remove as much soil from dishes by hand as possible before loading into racks.
6. Do not overfill racks.
7. Ensure glasses are placed upside-down in the rack.
8. Ensure all chemicals being injected into the machine are at the correct concentrations.
9. Clean the machine at the end of every day/shift per the Shutdown and Cleaning section of this manual.
10. Follow all safety procedures, whether listed in this manual or put forth by local, state, or national codes/regulations.

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COMMON PROBLEMS

!
WARNING

WARNING! Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should only be performed by a qualified service technician. Many of the tests require that the unit have power to it and live electrical components be exposed. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN TESTING THE MACHINE.

PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSE

REMEDY

Machine will not fill after the door is closed. Power "ON" light is illuminated.

1. Faulty rinse solenoid valve. 2. Faulty door switch. 3. Fouled/faulty high-level probe.

1. Repair or replace valve as required.
2. Verify the wiring of the switch; if correct, replace the switch.
3. Clean probe if fouled. If clean and still not working, replace.

Machine will not fill after the door is closed. Power "ON" light is NOT illuminated.

1. Service breaker tripped.
2. Machine not connected to power source.
3. Faulty power source.

Machine will not run after the door is closed. Power "ON" light is illuminated and the machine is filling.

1. Timer is faulty. 2. Wash motor faulty/damaged. 3. Wash motor contactor faulty.

Machine runs continuously in the wash cycle.

1. Machine is in Delime mode.
2. Timer motor is faulty.
3. Cam timer jammed by obstruction.

1. Faulty heater element.

Wash or rinse heater does not work.

2. Faulty heater contactor.
3. Misadjusted/faulty thermostat(s).

1. Reset. If the breaker trips again, contact an electrician to verify the amp draw of the machine.
2. Verify the machine has been properly connected to the power source.
3. Verify the wiring of the switch; if correct, replace switch. 1. Verify the timer is receiving power. If so, replace the
timer assembly.
2. Verify the wash motor is getting power. If so, replace the motor.
3. Check for continuity; if contacts are open, replace the contactor.
1. Flip mode switch to "AUTO."
2. Verify the timer is rotating. If not, verify the motor is receiving power. If so, replace the motor and/or timer assembly.
3. Remove obstruction.
1. Check element for continuity; if open, replace the heater.
2. Replace the contactor.
3. Verify operation and setting of thermostats, replace if necessary.

Machine fills slowly and/or the rinse is weak.

1. Clogged or obstructed rinse arms.
2. Low incoming water pressure.

1. Remove and clean the rinse arms.
2. Adjust the water pressure regulator to ensure there is 10 ± 2 PSI flow.

Rinse water not reaching required temperature.

3. Y-strainer is clogged. 1. Faulty rinse heater.
2. Mis-adjusted/faulty thermostat(s).
3. Rinse thermometer is defective.

3. Clean out the Y-strainer. 1. Check element for continuity; if open, replace heater.
2. Verify operation and setting of thermostats, replace if necessary.
3. Replace thermometer.

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COMMON PROBLEMS

!
WARNING

WARNING! Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should only be performed by a qualified service technician. Many of the tests require that the unit have power to it and live electrical components be exposed. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN TESTING THE MACHINE.

PROBLEM Machine doesn't drain when power switch is flipped to "OFF."

POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Drain clogged.
2. Standpipe not removed before draining.

REMEDY 1. Remove obstruction.
2. Remove standpipe and run drain cycle again.

Incorrect water pressure displayed during Fill or Rinse modes.

1. Water turned off.

1. Turn water on.

Wash water is not reaching required temperature.

1. Faulty wash heater. 2. Misadjusted/faulty thermostat(s).

1. Check element for continuity; if open, replace the heater.
2. Verify operation and setting of thermostats, replace if necessary.

3. Wash thermometer is defective. 3. Replace thermometer.

Door will not close completely.
Water leaks at the wash pump.
Will not rinse during autocycle.
Dishes are not coming clean.

1. Improper spring tension.
2. Obstruction in door channel.
3. Door panels are not square with frame.
1. Wash pump seal defective.
2. Petcock or pump drain (if equipped) not shut/tight.

1. Adjust spring tension as required by loosening (not removing) spring bolt nuts and adjusting the tension. Tighten nuts back when done.
2. Remove the obstruction.
3. Adjust the frame to accommodate the door panels.
1. Replace the seal.
2. Close or tighten.

3. Loose hoses (hose clamps) on the wash pump.
1. Defective rinse solenoid.

3. Tighten the hose clamps. 1. Repair or replace the rinse solenoid as required.

2. Faulty timer.

2. Replace timer.

3. No water to the machine.
1. Machine temperatures are not up to the minimum requirements.

3. Verify there is water at 10 ± 2 PSI connected to the machine.
1. Verify incoming water, rinse water, and wash water match the required temperatures as listed on the machine data plate.

2. No detergent/too much detergent.

2. Adjust detergent concentration as required for the amount of water held by the machine.

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208/230 V

Fuses
or

CONTROL BOX
460 V

EXHAUST FAN CONTROL
MAXIMUM LOAD 1 AMP, 240/120 VAC

WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER TO MACHINE BEFORE SERVICING

CONSTANT VOLTAGE CONNECTION

RINSE-AID DISPENSER CONNECTION

DETERGENT DISPENSER CONNECTION

LIVE WHEN MACHINE POWER SWITCH IS ON

LIVE WHEN RINSE VALVE IS OPEN

LIVE WHEN WASH PUMP MOTOR IS ON

INPUT L1 (EXTERNAL)

OUTPUT TO FUSE: 3 AMP SLOW-ACTING FUSE: 3 AMP SLOW-ACTING FUSE: 3 AMP SLOW-ACTING

EXT. RELAY

L1 OUT

L2 OUT

L1 OUT

L2 OUT

L1 OUT

L2 OUT

Fuse,1 A, Fast-acting 05999-004-47-87
Littelfuse P/N - 0312001.HXP Qty - 2 (2 per output)

Fuse, 3 A, Slow-acting 05999-004-44-34
Littelfuse P/N - 0313003.HXP Qty - 6 (2 per output)

WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER TO MACHINE BEFORE SERVICING

EXHAUST FAN CONTROL

CONSTANT VOLTAGE CONNECTION

RINSE-AID DISPENSER CONNECTION

DETERGENT DISPENSER CONNECTION

MAXIMUM LOAD 1 AMP, 240/120 VAC

LIVE WHEN MACHINE POWER SWITCH IS ON

LIVE WHEN RINSE VALVE IS OPEN

LIVE WHEN WASH PUMP MOTOR IS ON

INPUT L1 (EXTERNAL)

OUTPUT TO FUSE: 200 mA SLOW-ACTING FUSE: 200 mA SLOW-ACTING FUSE: 200 mA SLOW-ACTING

EXT. RELAY

240 VAC OUT

240 VAC OUT

240 VAC OUT

Fuse,1 A, Fast-acting 05999-004-47-87
Littelfuse P/N - 0312001.HXP Qty - 2 (2 per output)

Fuse, 200 mA, Slow-acting 05999-004-44-33
Littelfuse P/N - 0313.200HXP Qty - 6 (2 per output)

36 34 33
1

30
28 29 25 26

22

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32 352 5 6 6
77 66 22 4 36 37 39 37 398 8

6

4

16

31

66

16 31

6

6

CONTROL BOX
4 23

6

4

6 23

24 24

1717 18
18
20 6 20
6

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14 11

15 12

9

10

13

41

40

42

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ITEM
1 2 3 4* 5 6 7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

QTY
1 1 2 2 1 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION
Control Box Weldment Timer Bracket Locknut, 6-32 (Not Shown) Contactor, 4-Pole Terminal Block Locknut, 10-24 Contactor, Wash Motor Relay Relay (460 V, 3-Phase, 5-Wire Only) Light, Green Light, Red Temperature Gauge, Wash 96" Lead Temperature Gauge, Rinse 48" Lead Light, Yellow Decal, Wash 150 °F Min Decal, Rinse 180 °F Min Ground Lug Bracket, Liquid Level Control Board Liquid Level Control Board Tricnut, 6-32 Screw, 6-32 x 5/8" Plug, 1/2" Grommet, 7/8" Split Bushing Snap Clamp, Hose .25 - .312 Decal, Warning-Disconnect Power Cover, Top-mount Control Box Decal, Control Box Lockwasher, Int. Tooth #10 Screw, 10-32 x 3/8" Decal, Copper Conductors Decal, Ground Decal, L1, L2, L3 Bracket, Fuse Strip

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CONTROL BOX
PART NUMBER
05700-003-30-14 05700-003-02-08 05310-373-03-00 05945-004-43-74 05940-011-48-27 05310-373-01-00 05945-002-74-20 05945-111-47-74 05945-111-89-75 05945-111-44-43 05945-111-44-45 06685-004-31-46 06685-004-31-47 05945-111-44-44 09905-002-97-61 09905-002-97-62 05940-200-76-00 05700-002-13-22 06680-200-08-21 05340-118-04-00 05305-011-39-85 05975-011-47-81 05975-200-40-00 05975-210-05-00 05975-002-61-43 09905-004-08-16 05700-002-23-03 09905-003-97-36 05311-273-03-00 05305-173-12-00 09905-011-47-35 09905-011-86-86 09905-101-12-66 05700-002-42-03
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CONTROL BOX

ITEM
34 35
36
37 38 39 40 41 42 43
43a 43b 44* 45* 46*

QTY
1 2 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION
Fuse Holder, 6-Pole (Not Shown) Screw, 6-32 x 3/8" with Tooth Washer (Not Shown) Decal, Dispenser Connection Decal, Dispenser Connection (460 V Unit Only) Timer, Universal Locknut, 10-32 (Not Shown) Screw 10-32 x 1" (Not Shown) Switch, Rotary Selector Switch, Operation Switch, Power Exhaust Fan Timer, One-Shot Din Rail, One-Shot Timer (Not Shown) Screw, Phillips Pan Washer (Not Shown) Overload, TK-ONY (460 V Unit Only) (Not Shown) Motor Contactor, SC-03Y (460 V Unit Only) (Not Shown) Din Rail, 2 3/4" (460 V Unit Only) (Not Shown)

*For a 460 V Unit, replace item 4 with items 44, 45 & 46.

PART NUMBER
05920-002-42-13 05305-002-25-91 09905-003-34-09 09905-004-43-81 05945-003-75-23 05310-373-02-00 05305-002-19-42 05930-003-97-61 05930-301-53-00 05930-011-49-55 05945-004-34-92 05935-004-47-77 05305-004-47-78 05945-002-65-02 05945-002-65-00 05700-001-84-65

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9

HOOD
1

8 10

3 6
7

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ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

QTY
1 2 1 1 1 1 34 26 6 20

DESCRIPTION
Hood Hood Support Assembly Left Back Inner Door Guide Right Back Outer Door Guide Right Back Inner Door Guide Left Back Outer Door Guide Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert Washer, 1/4-20 Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8" Hex Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2"

HOOD
PART NUMBER
05700-004-49-92 05700-004-13-45 05700-031-76-34 05700-031-76-80 05700-031-76-35 05700-031-76-33 05310-374-01-00 05311-174-01-00 05305-274-24-00 05305-274-02-00

DOOR SWITCH AND BRACKET
 

 

ITEM
1
2 3 4 5

QTY
1
1 1 1 1

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DESCRIPTION
Complete Assembly, Bracket, Magnet Mounting Bracket, Magnet Mounting Bumper, Door Magnet, N50 End-cap Magnetic Door Switch

5
PART NUMBER
05700-004-48-16 05700-004-47-83 05700-004-14-25 05930-003-31-63 05700-011-60-92 05930-003-05-84
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9a

9b

9d

9b 9c

9e



 


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3 
 
 







  

  


 

DOOR & ARM
NOTICE Before ordering door or arm parts, see the note on the next page.

  


 









 




  


  
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DOOR & ARM

ITEM
1 2 3 4
5
6 7 8 9
9a 9b 9c 9d 9e 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

QTY
6 3 4 2
1
6 2 2 2
1 2 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 1 1 1 4 4 2 1

DESCRIPTION
Door Stop Kit Upper Door, Complete Assembly Plug, Cantilever Connecting Link Cantilever Arm, Complete Assembly (items 3, 5, 8, 9) Cantilever Arm, Arm Only Wear Button Bracket, Cantilever Arm Support Nut, 3/8-16 Hex Locking Yoke, Complete Assembly
Clevis Pin, 5/16" x 1 3/8" Nylon Washer Cotter Pin Bushing Yoke Rod, Spring Connecting Plate, Spring Multiplier Spring, Cantilever Door Bolt, Cantilever Hanger Eye 3/8-16 Washer, Impeller Locknut, 1/4-20 Low-profile with Nylon Insert Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2" Hex Nut, 3/8-16 Hex Right Door, Complete Assembly Left Door, Complete Assembly Handle, Front Door Locknut, 1/4-20 with Nylon Insert Washer, 1/4-20 Bracket, Door Connecting Front Door, Complete Assembly

PART NUMBER
06401-003-08-69 05700-002-01-30 05340-011-35-00 05700-021-92-45 05700-004-51-87 05700-004-51-40 05700-011-88-01 05700-031-88-00 05310-256-04-00 05700-000-75-77
05315-700-01-00 05311-369-03-00 05315-207-01-00 03120-100-03-00 05700-000-75-78 05700-002-00-91 05700-002-00-88 05340-111-35-22 05306-956-05-00 05311-176-02-00 05310-374-02-00 05305-274-02-00 05310-276-01-00 05700-004-51-86 05700-004-51-85 05700-004-51-39 05310-374-01-00 05311-174-01-00 05700-004-14-23 05700-004-14-21

NOTICE


Machines with serial numbers before 18C355179 have the old door and arm assembly. Click here to open the manual (revision AC) which shows the old assembly or navigate to it under Support > Document Archives on our website.

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TUB

7

9

2

6 8

5

3

1

16

3

17 16 18

12

10 11 13

15 34
37

14 11
38 33
26

35

32

36

19

4

22 23

25

24 27

20

21

28

30 31

29

19a

19c

19b

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ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
13a 13b 14 14a 15 16 17 18 19 19a 19b 19c 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

QTY 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 5 1

DESCRIPTION Tub Track Assembly Bulk Head Plug Wash Motor Gasket O-ring Bolt, Hex 3/8-16 x 1 1/4" Long Lower Wash Manifold Weldment Sump Strainer Bracket, Sump Strainer Locknut, 1/4-20 with Nylon Insert Scrap Screen Standpipe Support, Ball Stop Lift (Not Shown) Ball Stop Lift (Not Shown) Overflow Support Bracket Shim, Overflow Support (Not Shown) O-ring Clamp, Hose 1 5/16" to 2 1/4" Discharge Hose Nipple Pump Support Bracket Assembly Nut, 1/4-20 Hex Nut Pump Support Adjustable Bracket Bracket, Pump Support Clamp, Hose 5 5/8" to 6" Connector, 1/2" Nut, 3/8-16 Hex Lockwasher 3/8" Heater Probe, High Water Thermostat, Elan Electric Dual

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TUB
PART NUMBER 05700-004-53-36 05700-002-01-00 04730-609-05-00 See "Motors" page. 05700-111-35-03 05330-111-35-15 05305-276-10-00 05700-031-46-00 05700-001-22-23 05700-001-22-24 05310-374-02-00 05700-003-07-76 05700-001-25-69 05700-002-91-55 05700-002-91-54 05700-001-27-55 05700-002-96-48 05330-400-05-00 04730-719-01-37 05700-011-88-24 05700-021-34-84 05700-002-00-46 05310-011-66-49 05700-002-20-41 05700-002-68-31 04730-011-34-90 05975-111-01-00 05310-276-01-00 05311-276-01-00 See "Heaters" page. 06680-200-02-68 06685-004-17-27
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ITEM 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

QTY 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION Lockwasher, 5/16", Split Nut, Hex, 5/16-18 Locknut, 10-24 with Nylon Insert Cover, Wash Heater Decal, Warning-Disconnect Power Harness, 5-Connector Thermostat Mounting Bracket Wash Heater Gasket Probe, Thermistor 4" Thermostat, High Limit Fitting, 1/4" Imperial Brass Harness, 4-Connector

TUB
PART NUMBER 05311-275-01-00 05310-275-01-00 05310-373-01-00 05700-031-47-57 09905-004-08-16 05700-004-23-78 05700-004-22-17 05330-011-47-79 06685-004-17-26 05930-004-33-12 05310-924-02-05 05700-004-23-79

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STEAM TUB

9

12 7

2

6

8

10

3

5

11

14

13

11

30

1 3
16 17
16 18
19
20

15
24 32

36
35
33

25
22 23 4 21

34 26 31
27 28 29

ITEM 1 2 3 4

QTY 1 1 2 1

DESCRIPTION Tub Weldment, HH Steam Track Assembly Bulk Head Plug Wash Motor

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PART NUMBER 05700-002-63-13 05700-002-01-00 04730-609-05-00 See "Motors" page.
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ITEM 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
13a 13b 14 14a 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

QTY 1 1 4 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION Gasket O-ring Bolt, Hex 3/8-16 x 1 1/4" Lower Wash Manifold Weldment Sump Strainer Bracket, Sump Strainer Locknut, 1/4-20 with Nylon Insert Strainer Weldment Wash Overflow Weldment Support, Ball Stop Lift (Not Shown) Ball Stop Lift (Not Shown) Overflow Support Bracket Shim, Overflow Support (Not Shown) O-ring Clamp, Hose 1 5/16" to 2 1/4" Discharge Hose Nipple Pump Support Bracket Assembly Clamp, Hose 5 5/8" to 6" Connector, 1/2" Nut, 3/8-16 Hex Lockwasher, 3/8" Fitting, 1/4" Imperial Brass Probe, High Water Thermostat, High Limit Cover, Wash Heater Decal, Warning-Disconnect Power Locknut, 10-24 with Nylon Insert Steam Coil Probe, Thermistor 4" Thermostat Mounting Bracket Thermostat, Elan Electric Dual Harness, 5-Connector Harness, 4-Connector Harness, 2-Connector

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STEAM TUB
PART NUMBER 05700-111-35-03 05330-111-35-15 05305-276-10-00 05700-031-46-00 05700-002-16-13 05700-002-18-28 05310-374-02-00 05700-003-07-76 05700-001-25-69 05700-002-91-55 05700-003-07-50 05700-001-27-55 05700-002-96-48 05330-400-05-00 04730-719-01-37 05700-011-88-24 05700-021-34-84 See Item #19 on Tub pages. 04730-011-34-90 05975-111-01-00 05310-276-01-00 05311-276-01-00 05310-924-02-05 06680-200-02-68 05930-004-33-12 05700-031-47-57 09905-004-08-16 05310-373-01-00 05700-031-41-37 06685-004-17-26 05700-004-22-17 06685-004-17-27 05700-004-23-78 05700-004-23-79 05700-004-23-80
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FRAME
1

3

ITEM
1

QTY
1

2

4

3

1

DESCRIPTION
Frame Frame, 460 V
Adjustable Foot, 1 1/2" Adjustable Foot, 3" Adjustable Foot, Flanged
Front Dress Panel

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2
PART NUMBER
05700-002-03-49 05700-002-62-41 05340-108-02-06 05340-002-14-55 05340-002-01-15 05700-002-01-42
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Complete Assemblies

208-230 V, 14 kW 70 Rise - 05700-004-43-33

208-230 V, 12 kW 40 Rise - 05700-004-52-19



460 V, 14 kW 70 Rise - 05700-004-53-22

460 V, 12 kW 40 Rise - 05700-004-53-21



 

RINSE TANK
             

 

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

QTY
1 1 6 1 1 6 1 1 2 1 1 2 4 4 1 1 1 1 1

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CAUTION! HH-E & HH-E-VER

!
CAUTION

machines with serial numbers before 18C355287 have the rinse tank on

the next page.

DESCRIPTION
Tank, Rinse

PART NUMBER
05700-004-50-86

Heater, Rinse

See "Heaters" page.

Lockwasher, Split 5/16"

05311-275-01-00

Fitting, 1/4", Brass Nut/Sleeve

05310-924-02-05

Gasket, Rinse Heater

05330-200-02-70

Nut, Hex 5/16-18

05310-275-01-00

Decal, Warning-Disconnect Power

09905-100-75-93

Cover, Heater

05700-004-51-34

Screw

05305-004-27-82

Thermostat, High-limit

05930-004-33-12

Bracket, High-limit Thermostat

05700-004-36-84

Nut, 1/4-20

05310-004-23-96

Washer, 1/4-20

05311-174-01-00

Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert

05310-374-01-00

Clamp, Wire 1/8", P-clip

05975-601-10-15

Cover Door, New Rinse Tank

05700-004-52-21

Washer, Flat

05311-173-02-00

Locknut, Hex 8-32

05310-272-02-00

Plug, 1/4", Brass (Not Shown)

04730-209-01-00

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Complete Assemblies 208-230 V, 14 kW 70 Rise - 06401-004-55-19 208-230 V, 12 kW 40 Rise - 06401-004-55-20 460 V, 14 kW 70 Rise - 06401-004-55-21 460 V, 12 kW 40 Rise - 06401-004-55-22

CAUTION! HH-E & HH-E-VER

!
CAUTION

machines with serial numbers after 18C355287 have the rinse tank on

the previous page.

 




RINSE TANK

    

 

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

QTY
1 1 1 1 1 6 6 2 4 4 1 1

DESCRIPTION
Tank, Rinse Gasket, Rinse Heater Heater, Rinse Probe, Thermistor 4" Fitting, Thermostat Brass Nut, Hex, 5/16-18 Lockwasher, 5/16", Split Locknut, 10-24 with Nylon Insert Locknut, 1/4-20 with Nylon Insert Washer, 1/4", Flat Cover, Rinse Tank Decal, Warning-Disconnect Power

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PART NUMBER
05700-002-10-19 05330-200-02-70 See "Heaters" page. 06685-004-17-26 05700-011-73-73 05310-275-01-00 05311-275-01-00 05310-373-01-00 05310-374-01-00 05311-174-01-00 05700-002-16-51 09905-004-08-16
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STEAM COIL
2 1
3

8 7

6

5

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

QTY
1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1

DESCRIPTION
Steam Coil, Complete Assembly Steam Coil Stand C, Steam Coil Support Stand D, Steam Coil Support Gasket, Steam Coil Washer, Steam Coil Adapter, Steam Coil Nut Stand A, Steam Coil Support Stand B, Steam Coil Support

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4
PART NUMBER
05700-002-08-62 05700-021-41-38 05700-002-08-52 05700-002-08-53 05700-001-17-86 05700-001-17-87 05310-011-17-85 05700-002-08-50 05700-002-08-51
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Complete Assemblies
(See next page for parts.)

MOTORS

Rotation

See Motor Rotation section.

The models covered in this manual come supplied with various wash motor assemblies (a wash motor assembly includes the wash motor and the pump end), depending on the characteristics of the machine. To ensure you order the correct wash motor assembly for the model you are servicing, please refer to the following table:

MODEL
HH-E Series & HH S HH-E Series & HH S HH-E Series & HH S HH-E Series & HH S HH-E Series

VOLTS

Hz

PHASE

WASH MOTOR ASSEMBLY

208

60

1

06105-002-01-29

230

60

1

06105-002-01-29

208

60

3

06105-002-01-29

230

60

3

06105-002-01-29

460

60

3

06105-002-09-30

NOTICE

When servicing a wash motor, it is important to refer to the wiring schematic found on the motor to ensure the motor is wired correctly. Different manufacturers of motors might not use the same wire color codes and your new motor might not connect using the same wires. Always refer to the wiring diagrams on the motor you are installing. If the motor you are installing has had the schematic removed, contact the manufacturer immediately for technical support.





Complete Motor Mount Assembly

05700-004-13-10







ITEM 1 2 3 4 5

QTY 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION Bracket, Motor Mount Outer Bracket, Motor Mount Inner Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2" Washer, 1/4" ID x 3/4" OD Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert

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PART NUMBER 05700-004-13-08 05700-004-13-07 05305-274-02-00 05311-011-76-30 05310-374-01-00
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Parts
(See previous page for complete assemblies.)
6
5
4

3 2
1

MOTORS

7 8

ITEM 1
2
3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10

QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1

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DESCRIPTION Pump Casing 208/230 V Pump Casing 460 V Impeller Assembly, 208/230 V Impeller Assembly, 460 V Mechanical Seal, 208/230 V Mechanical Seal, 460 V Motor Bolt Motor Adapter Motor Only Seal Plate, 208/230 V Seal Plate, 460 V Case O-ring, 208/230 V Case O-ring, 460 V Case Screws Shim Kit, 208/230 V (Not Shown) Shaft Adapter, 460 V (Not Shown)

PART NUMBER 05700-002-82-57 05700-002-06-20 05700-002-82-50 05700-002-06-19 05330-002-34-22 05330-002-87-16 05700-002-82-55 05330-002-82-53 06105-002-82-60 05700-002-82-52 05700-002-06-22 05330-002-34-23 05330-002-87-02 05305-002-81-88 05700-002-82-58 05700-011-95-19
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HEATERS

Volts

Hz

Phase

TempStar HH-E

Wash Heater

Rinse Heater (12 kW)

Rinse Heater (14 kW)

208

50

1

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

208

50

3

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

208

60

1

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

208

60

3

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

230

50

1

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

230

50

3

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

230

60

1

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

230

60

3

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-47-40

04540-121-63-38

380

50

3

04540-002-44-31

04540-002-44-32

04540-121-63-38

415

50

3

04540-002-43-09

04540-002-43-10

N/A

440

50

3

04540-121-65-99

04540-100-01-15

04540-121-63-39

460

60

3

04540-121-65-99

04540-100-01-15

04540-121-63-39

TempStar HH-E-VER

Volts

Hz

Phase

Wash Heater

Rinse Heater (14 kW)

208

50

1

04540-121-47-39

04540-121-63-38

208

50

3

208

60

1

208

60

3

230

50

1

230

50

3

230

60

1

230

60

3

380

50

3

415

50

3

440

50

3

460

60

3

04540-121-47-39 04540-121-47-39 04540-121-47-39 04540-121-47-39 04540-121-47-39 04540-121-47-39 04540-121-47-39 04540-002-44-31 04540-002-43-09 04540-121-65-99 04540-121-65-99

04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38 04540-121-63-38
N/A 04540-121-63-39 04540-121-63-39

TempStar HH-E NB

Volts

Hz

Phase

Wash Heater

208

50

1

04540-121-47-39

208

50

3

04540-121-47-39

Heater Phase Conversion Kit

208

60

06401-004-00-22

208

60

230

50

1

04540-121-47-39

3

04540-121-47-39

1

04540-121-47-39

230

50

3

04540-121-47-39

230

60

1

04540-121-47-39

230

60

3

04540-121-47-39

380

50

3

04540-002-44-31

415

50

3

04540-002-43-09

440

50

3

04540-121-65-99

460

60

3

04540-121-65-99

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NOTICE Before ordering plumbing parts, see the note on the next page.

Top View

PLUMBING - HH-E

Back View

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ITEM
1 2 3 4
5
6 7 8 9 10 11

QTY
1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 1

DESCRIPTION
Plumbing, HH-E, Complete Assembly Plumbing, Inlet HH-E Vacuum Breaker, 1/2" Brass Plug, 1/8" Brass Casting, 1/2" Flanged Coupling Rinse Injector Gasket, Rinse Injector (Not Shown) Hose, 1/2" x 47" Red Hose, 1/2" x 48" Blue Washer, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert Elbow, 1/2" 90-degree Brass Gasket, Rinse Manifold

PLUMBING - HH-E
PART NUMBER
05700-004-52-85 05700-004-47-98 04820-003-06-13 04730-209-07-37 05700-004-47-97 05700-002-56-75 05330-111-42-81 05700-004-48-24 05700-004-48-23 05311-174-01-00 05310-374-01-00 04730-011-42-96 05330-003-75-91

NOTICE
When servicing plumbing components, take care not to damage the threads of each individual item. Damaged threads can cause leaks and loss of pressure, which could adversely affect the performance of the machine. It is strongly
recommended that teflon thread tape, used in conservative amounts, be applied to threads when joining components together. It is not advised to use thread-sealing compounds, sometimes referred to as "pipe dope." Compounds can be ejected from the threads during the tightening process and become lodged in key components, rendering them useless.

NOTICE


Machines with serial numbers before 18C355287 have the old plumbing assembly. Click here to open the manual (revision AC) which shows the old assembly or navigate to it under Support > Document Archives on our website.

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NOTICE Before ordering plumbing parts, see the note on the next page.
BACK OF MACHINE
13* 14*

PLUMBING - HH-E-VER














APPROX. 45°











 

 





 












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PLUMBING - HH-E-VER

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13*
14*

QTY
1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1

DESCRIPTION
Plumbing, HH-E-VER, Complete Assembly Tee, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4" Fitting, 1/4" Barb, 1/4" Swivel Elbow, 90-degree, 1/2" Street Brass Nipple, 1/2" Close Brass Solenoid Valve, 1/2", 208 V Y-strainer, 1/2" Elbow, 1/2" 90-degree Brass Nipple, 1/2" x 14" Brass Tee, 1/2" Brass Coupling, 1/2" x 3/4" Brass Plug, 1/2" Brass Nipple, 1/2" x 6" Rinse Injector, VER Plug, Rinse Injector, 1/8" Brass (Not Shown) Gasket, Rinse Injector

PART NUMBER
05700-004-52-07 04730-002-22-56 04730-011-95-41 04730-206-08-00 04730-207-15-00 04810-003-71-56 04730-217-01-10 04730-011-42-96 05700-004-53-43 04730-211-27-00 04730-204-07-00 04730-209-03-00 04730-003-62-38 09515-004-22-73 04730-209-07-37 05330-111-42-81

*These items are not included in the complete plumbing assembly and must be ordered separately.

NOTICE
When servicing plumbing components, take care not to damage the threads of each individual item. Damaged threads can cause leaks and loss of pressure, which could adversely affect the performance of the machine. It is strongly
recommended that teflon thread tape, used in conservative amounts, be applied to threads when joining components together. It is not advised to use thread-sealing compounds, sometimes referred to as "pipe dope." Compounds can be ejected from the threads during the tightening process and become lodged in key components, rendering them useless.

NOTICE


Machines with serial numbers before 18C355287 have the old plumbing assembly. Click here to open the manual (revision AC) which shows the old assembly or navigate to it under Support > Document Archives on our website.

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Nipple, Close, 3/4'' NPT, Black Iron 04730-907-01-00

INLET PLUMBING - HH S

To order this complete assembly, use part number: 05700-002-01-60
Elbow, 3/4" 90° Street
04730-011-873-37
3/4" NPT05B7l0a0c-k0I0r2o-n2P04-ip8e3

0B14u7s3h0in-g9,11R-e0d2u-3c4ing, 3/4'' to 1/2''
Union, 3/4'' NPT, Black Iron
22per assembly
04730-912-01-01

Bracket, Steam P0l5u7m0b0in-0g0S2-u2p10p-0o8r3t Y-Strain0e4r7,330/4-2"1N87P-0T1B-3la2ck Iron
Ga0t4e8V2a0l-v1e0,093-1/49"-0N0PT

Solenoid Valve, Steam Plumbing, 220V
04820-0072-01-32 Elb0o4w7,330/-405"119-08°7S-3tr7eet

N6ipple, Close, 3/4'' NPT, Black Iron
4 per assembly 04730-907-01-00

NOTICE
When servicing plumbing components, take care not to damage the threads of each individual item. Damaged threads can cause leaks and loss of pressure, which could adversely affect the performance of the machine. It is strongly
recommended that teflon thread tape, used in conservative amounts, be applied to threads when joining components together. It is not advised to use thread-sealing compounds, sometimes referred to as "pipe dope." Compounds can be ejected from the threads during the tightening process and become lodged in key components, rendering them useless.

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

QTY 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1

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DESCRIPTION Inlet Plumbing, HH Steam, Complete Assembly Bushing, Reducing, 3/4'' to 1/2'' Union, 3/4'' Black Iron Elbow, 90-degree Street, Black Iron Pipe, 3/4" NPT Black Iron Elbow, 90-degree 3/4" NPT Black Iron Nipple, Close 3/4" Black Iron Solenoid Valve, Steam Plumbing, 220 V Y-Strainer, 3/4" NPT Gate Valve, 3/4" NPT Bracket, Steam Plumbing Support

PART NUMBER 05700-002-01-60 04730-911-02-34 04730-912-01-00 04730-011-87-37 05700-002-20-83 04730-906-10-34 04730-907-01-00 04820-002-01-56 04730-217-01-32 04820-100-19-00 05700-002-01-63
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OUTLET PLUMBING - HH S

Union, 3/40''4N7P3T0,-9B1la2c-0k1Ir-o01n1
Steam Trap, 3/4" NPT F&T 06680-5500-02-77

To order this complete assembly, use part nu 05700-002-01-55
0B24u7s3h0in-g9,11R-e0d2u-3c4ing, 3/4'' to 1/2''
E034lb7o3w0,-031/41"-8970-°37Street

Nipple, Close, 3/4'' NPT, Black Iron 404730-907-01-00

To order this complete assembly, use part number: 05700-002-01-60

Bushing, Reducing, 3 04730-911-02-34

When

servicing

plumbing

components,

take

Elbow, 3/4"N9O0T°ISCtEreet care n0o4t73to0-d0a1m1-8a7g-e37the

threads

of

each

individual

item.

Union, 3/4'' NPT, Black 2 per assembly Dama0g4e7d30th-9r1e2a-d0s1-01

Ir

can cause leaks and loss of pressure, which could adversely affect the performance of the machine. It is strongly

recommended that teflon thread tape, used in conservative amounts, be applied to threads when joining components

together. It is not advised to use thread-sealing compounds3,/4s"oNmPeTtiBmlaecskrIerofenrrPeidpeto as "pipe dope." Compounds can be ejected from the threads during the tightening process and becom0e5l7o0d0g-e0d02i-n20k-e8y3 components, rendering them useless.

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5

QTY 1 1 1 2 1 1

DESCRIPTION

Solenoid Va0l4v8eP2, 0AS-tR0e0aT2m-N0PU1l-uM3m2BbEinRg, 220V

Outlet Plumbing, HH Steam, Complete Assembly

05700-002-01-55

Union, 3/4'B' NraPckTe, tB, SlatcekamIroP0nl5u7m0b0in-0g0S2-u2p0p-o8r3t

04730-912-01-00

Bushing, Reducing, 3/4'' to 1/2''

04730-911-02-34

Elbow, 3/4" 90-dYe-Sgtrraeien0e4Sr7,t3r3e0/4e-2"t1N7P-0T1B-3la2ck Iron

04730-011-87-37

Nipple, Close, 3/4'' NPT, Black Iron Gate Valve, 3/4" NPT St0e4a8m20T-1ra00p-,139/-40"0NPT F&T

04730-907-01-00 06680-500-02-77

Click here for the Steam Booster manual.

Elbow, 3/4" 90 04730-011-8



Nipple, Close, 3/4'' NPT, Black Ir 4 per assembly 04730-907-01-00

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PLUMBING OPTIONS
SHOCK ABSORBER (WATER ARRESTOR) OPTION
Water Arrestor, 1/2" 06685-100-05-00

Nipple, 1/2", Close, Brass 04730-207-15-00

Tee, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2" 04730-211-27-00

WATER TREATMENT OPTION

Scaltrol System 04730-003-05-76

Replacement Cartridge (inspect at least every 6 months)
RSC-100

PRESSURE REGULATING VALVE OPTION*
Pressure Gauge, 0-100 PSI 06685-111-88-34
Ball Valve, 1/4" Bronze 04810-011-72-67
Tee, Brass, 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4" 04730-411-25-01

Adapter, 1/2" 04730-011-59-53

Water Pressure Regulator, 1/2" 04820-100-04-07
Water Pressure Regulator, 3/4" (VER) 06685-011-58-22



*PRV comes standard on the HH-E-VER but ships inside the machine. Click here for install instructions.

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Data Plate

Screw Coil & Housing

Data Plate

Cap Screw

Valve Bonnet
Diaphragm Retainer
Screen Retainer Valve Body

Spring 06401-003-07-40 Spring & Plunger 06401-003-07-40 Plunger 06401-003-07-40
O-Ring 06401-003-07-42 O-ring & Diaphragm 0D6i4a0p1h-r0a0g3m-07-42 06401-003-07-42
Mesh Screen

Cap Retainer
Components of Repair Kit 06401-003-06-24

Cap
O-Ring Plunger Body

Complete Vacuum Breaker Assembly 04820-002-53-77

Complete 240 Volt Solenoid Valve Assembly 04810-100-03-18
Coil & Housing only 06401-003-07-44

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RINSE ARMS & MANIFOLD

16

18

1719

11

16 18

12

18

15

16

WASH & RINSE ASSEMBLIES
11 * 13 1126 *
14
14 15 13

18 16
WASH ARMS & MANIFOLD 11
99, 1186

2 2,33, 44 55

66, 1186

11

5

110 99

77

77

1291 8171, 58
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1157 5
5 2 2, 33, 1197 18

20

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ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11* 12*
13
14 15 16 17 18
19
20

QTY
1 4 4 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 6

WASH & RINSE ASSEMBLIES

DESCRIPTION
Upper Manifold Nut, 3/8-16 Hex Lockwasher, 3/8" Bolt, Hex 3/8-16 x 7/8" O-ring Positioning Bracket, Manifold Tube Tube, Wash Manifold Gasket, Manifold Wash Arm Assembly Bearing Assembly Clip, Retaining, Rinse Head Bushing Bearing Assembly, Rinse Arm Complete Rinse Arm Assembly Rinse Arm Rinse Arm End-cap Lower Wash Manifold Weldment Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert Rinse Manifold Weldment Bolt, Hex 3/8-16 x 1 1/4" Wash Arm, Double Assembly Wash Arm, Double Assembly, 460 V (Not Shown) Wash Arm Assembly, 460 V (Not Shown) Wash Arm Weldment, 460 V (Not Shown) Bearing Assembly, 460 V (Not Shown) Wash Arm End-cap

PART NUMBER
05700-031-34-82 05310-276-01-00 05311-276-01-00 05306-011-36-95 05330-111-35-15 05700-011-34-63 05700-031-92-58 05700-111-35-03 05700-004-13-13 05700-021-35-97 05340-112-01-11 05700-004-54-71 05700-004-47-74 05700-004-47-56 04730-111-60-41 05700-002-21-70 05310-374-01-00 05700-002-01-19 05305-276-10-00 05700-003-94-00 05700-002-46-86 05700-021-63-81 05700-021-63-42 05700-021-63-80 05700-003-31-59

*Rinse Arm Bearing Kit (Includes items 11 and 12)
06401-004-57-50

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PARTS
18

16 17

11 12

23 24

14
21 29 27 28
22 20

19
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PARTS

ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

QTY 1 1 1 8 4 1 1 1 1 1 12 1 1 1 1 6 6
1
2 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

DESCRIPTION VER System, Complete Assembly Plate, Fan Mounting Upper Shroud Screw, 6-32 x 1 3/4" Locknut, 1/4-20 Hex with Nylon Insert Exhaust Box Gasket, Heat Exchanger Gauge Coil Box Back Coil, Heat Exchanger Bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/8" Hex Vacuum Breaker, 1/2" Brass Elbow, 1/2", 90-degree Street Brass Bracket, Vacuum Breaker Shroud, Heat Exchanger Locknut, 10-24 Hex with Nylon Insert Washer, Flat
Inlet, Cold Water
Fan, 85-236 VAC, Corrosion-resistant Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8" Hex Head Edge Protector Ring, Pressure Gauge Nut, 1/4-20 Bracket, Water Inlet Hose, 1/2" x 24" Red Hose, 1/2" x 54" Red Hose, 1/2" x 58" Blue Bushing, 3/4" x 1/2" Elbow, 1/2", 90-degree Brass Hose, 1/4" x 30" Black

Click here for mounting instructions.


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VER SYSTEM
PART NUMBER 05700-004-53-27 05700-004-18-07 05700-004-18-06 05305-004-19-80 05310-374-01-00 05700-004-18-04 05330-004-18-22 06680-011-86-42 05700-004-18-03 04420-004-19-61 05305-274-20-00 04820-003-06-13 04730-206-08-00 05700-004-18-91 05700-004-18-92 05310-373-01-00 05311-173-02-00 05700-004-19-01 05999-004-19-46 05305-274-24-00 05700-004-25-62 05700-004-35-70 05310-004-23-96 05700-004-41-27 05700-004-19-89 05700-004-53-25 05700-004-19-91 04730-002-56-27 04730-011-42-96 05700-004-63-75
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VER SYSTEM DOOR INTERLOCK
2

4
11 13

3

6

12

9 10

7

8

5

ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

QTY 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 8 2 2 1 2 1

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DESCRIPTION Guide Block, Door Lock Cover, Door Lock Mounting Rod, Interlock Weldment Solenoid, Horizontal, 1" Push Spring, Compression Base, Door Interlock Box Screw, 3/8" Pan Head Washer, Flat #10 Locknut, 1/4-20 Washer, 1/4-20 Fitting, Black Connector, 2-Conductor SJ Cord, 55"

1
PART NUMBER 09330-004-22-72 05700-004-22-80 05700-004-23-15 04820-004-24-11 05935-004-24-10 05700-004-24-25 05305-171-02-00 05311-173-02-00 05310-374-01-00 05311-174-01-00 05975-011-59-50 05935-004-03-49 05700-004-24-31
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VER SYSTEM DOOR INTERLOCK OVERRIDE

The following instructions are for models equipped with the Door Interlock option. These instructions should only be used if the door interlock fails to unlatch and the doors won't open.
1. Turn machine off by flipping the power switch to "OFF."

2. If this doesn't disengage the interlock rod, push the rod back by hand.

3. The door should now open. 4. Contact a qualified service agency to have the interlock serviced.

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PARTS 460 V MACHINE TRANSFORMER MOUNTING BOX

460 V Transformer 05950-111-65-93

2 A Circuit Breaker 05925-111-64-18
Transformer Mounting Bracket 05700-031-62-82

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Transformer Mounting Box 05700-002-10-01
Transformer Mounting Box Top (Not Shown)
05700-000-78-53
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KITS

Call 1-880-800-5672 to order kits for TempStar HH-E models and use the part numbers below:

DESCRIPTION Door Interlock Kit Door Magnet Cover Kit Drain Water Tempering Kit Exhaust Fan Contactor Kit False Panel Kit Phase Conversion Kit TempStar Go Box Kit*

PART NUMBER 06401-004-03-23 06401-004-07-73 06401-004-07-86 05700-004-35-35 05700-002-52-89 06401-004-00-22 06401-003-62-04

*The Go Box is a kit of the most-needed parts to successfully complete a repair in the first call 90% or more of the time.

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SCHEMATICS

HH-E/VER 208-230 V, NEW RINSE TANK

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SCHEMATICS

HH-E/VER 460 V, NEW RINSE TANK

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SCHEMATICS

HH-E/VER 208-230 V, OLD RINSE TANK

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SCHEMATICS

HH-E/VER 460 V, OLD RINSE TANK

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SCHEMATICS

NB 208/230 V

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SCHEMATICS

NB 460 V

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SCHEMATICS

HH S 208/230 V

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SCHEMATICS

SDI OPTIONS

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