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INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND REPAIR MANUAL
CLEVELAND RANGE, INC.
1333 EAST 179TH ST.
FAX: (216) 481-3782
FOR YOUR SAFETY
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUST-
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE
MENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR
OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS
MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE
OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION,
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING
THE FOLLOWING POINTS ARE TO ENSURE THE SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF
ENSURE ALL GAS AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES MATCH RATING PLATE AND
OBSERVE ALL CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS.
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY TO THE APPLIANCE BEFORE
CLEANING OR SERVICING UNIT.
ONLY QUAL IFIED SERVICE TECHNICIANS SHOULD REPAIR THIS UNIT.
THE INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION MUST COMPLY WITH LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE
ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH CAN/CGA-B149 INSTALLATION CODE OR WITH THE
NATIONAL DUEL GAS CODE, ANSI Z223.1-LATEST EDITION.
POST IN A PROMINENT LOCATION, INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE
USER SMELLS GAS. THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING YOUR
LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
THE APPLIANCE AND ITS INDIVIDUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM
THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM DURING ANY PRESSURE TESTING OF THAT SYSTEM
AT TEST PRESSURES IN EXCESS OF 1/2 PSIG. (3.45 KPA).
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE ISOLATED FROM THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM BY
CLOSING ITS INDIVIDUAL MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE DURING ANY PRESSURE TESTING
OF THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM AT TEST PRESSURES EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 1/2
PSIG. (3.45 KPA).
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
The serial plate is located directly behind the
front skirt (right side). For easy access,
remove the 3 screws securing the skirt. Gas
type, burner ratings and electrical requirements
are stated on the plate.
Damage Check: Check carton or crate for
possible damage incurred in shipping.
After carefully uncrating, check for
'concealed' damage. Report any damage
immediately to your carrier.
The correct type of gas for which the unit
was manufactured is noted on the rating
plate, and this type of gas must be used.
A pressure tap is supplied with each unit
and is installed on the manifold. The gas
pressure must be checked when unit is
installed, to ensure unit gas pressure is the
same as specified on the rating plate. For
access to the pressure tap, remove front
skirt; turn power switch to the 'OFF' posi-
tion as a precaution. If necessary, pres-
sure adjustments can be made at the pres-
sure regulator which is installed on the
manifold. Once pressure test is completed,
turn power switch and thermostat to the
'OFF' position. Reattach front skirt.
Have a qualified gas technician check the
gas pressure to make certain that existing
gas facilities (meter, piping, etc.) will deliver
the BTU's of gas required at the unit with
no more than 1/2" water column pressure
drop. When checking pressure, be certain
that all the equipment on the same gas line
is turned to the 'ON' position.
Make certain that new piping, joints and
connections have been made in a clean
manner and have been purged so that pip-
ing compound, chips, etc. will not clog
valves and/or controls. Use pipe joint
sealant that is approved for use with
liquified petroleum gas.
WARNING: Always check gas connections
for leaks using soap solution or similar
means. DO NOT CHECK WITH AN OPEN
This unit must be installed in accordance with
the following clearances in order to provide
proper operation and servicing of the appli-
ance. Also, it is recommended that unit be
installed with sufficient clearances to provide for
proper cleaning and maintenance. Minimum
clearances are 1" for the sides and 6" (152mm)
from back to adjacent combustible walls. Zero
clearance is required from non-combustible
Surfaces. Certified for installation on com-
Carefully remove unit from carton or crate.
Remove any packing material from unit.
A protective material has been applied to
the stainless steel panels.
NOTE: This material must be removed
immediately after installation, as heat will
melt the material and make it difficult to remove.
These units must be installed under an
adequate ventilation system. Refer to the
sections titled VENTILATION and AIR
SUPPLY for further instructions.
Comply with clearances stated on the
specification sheet. Ensure there is
sufficient clearance between skillet and
back wall. Check for overhead clearance
to accommodate for hinged cover when in
the raised position.
Level skillet by means of adjustable stain
less steel feet. Use a spirit level and level
unit four ways; across front and back and
down left and right edges. Securely
anchor the adjustable feet to the floor and
seal joint with a silicone sealant.
FOR YOUR SAFETY: Keep the appliance
area free and clear of combustible
A cord and plug is supplied on each unit, 120
volts, single phase, 2.0 amps.
Electrical Grounding Instruction
This appliance is equipped with a three prong
(grounding) plug for your protection against
shock hazard and should be plugged directly
Into a properly grounded three prong
receptacle. Do not cut or remove the
grounding prong from this plug.
A separate 15 amp service must be provided.
For 120V usage, each skillet is electrically
equipped with a cord set with a three prong
plug, which fits any standard 120 volt three
prong grounded receptacle.
When a unit is ordered and built for 108/240
Volt:, the supply line must be connected to the
wiring terminations located inside the left
Console. For ease in attaching the supply line,
There is a removable side panel on the console.
A wiring diagram is attached to the rear of the
front panel of each unit.
IMPORTANT: This appliance must be elec-
trically grounded in full accordance with local
codes or, in the absence of local codes, with
the Canadian Electrical Code C22.1, or with the
National Electrical Code. ANSI/NFPA No. 70-
latest edition (whichever is applicable).
A 3/4" NPT gas connection is required along
the rear of the unit.
It is recommended that a sediment trap (drip
leg) be installed in the gas supply line. If the
gas pressure exceeds 14" water column, a
pressure regulator must be installed to provide
a maximum of 14" water column gas pressure
to the gas control valve.
Connect the gas supply piping to the input side
of the gas control valve. Location and pres-
sure data are shown on the specification sheet.
Installation must be in accordance with local
codes and/or the National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI 2233.1-latest edition (USA), or Installation
Codes for Gas Burning Appliances and Equip-
ment CAN/CGA-B149.1 and B149.2 (Canada).
Use a gas pipe joint compound which is resist-
ant to LP. gas. Test all pipe joints for leaks
with soap and water solution. Ensure that the
gas pressure regulator is set for the manifold
pressure indicated on the gas rating plate.
WATER CONNECTIONS (OPTIONAL)
A 1/4" NPT cold water line and a 1/4" NPT hot
water line are required for the fill faucet.
A gas skillet must be installed in a location in
which the facilities for ventilation permit
satisfactory combustion of gas and proper
venting. Proper ventilation is imperative for
good operation of the appliance. The ideal
method of ventilating a gas skillet is the use of
a property designed ventilating canopy, which
should extend at least 6" (152mm) beyond all
sides of the appliance (except against a wall, if
the canopy is a wall installation). This is usually
part of a mechanical exhaust system.
Further information can be obtained by
referring to the U.S.A. National Fire Protection
Association's NFPA96 regulations. These
standards have also been adopted by the
National Building Code in Canada.
Appliances shall be located so as not to
interfere with proper circulation of air within
the confined space. All gas burners
require sufficient air to operate.
Large objects should not be placed in front
of the appliance which might obstruct the
air flow through the front. Do not obstruct
the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Do not permit fans to blow directly at the
appliance and, wherever possible, avoid
open windows adjacent to the appliance
sides and back; also wall type fans which
create air cross-currents within the room.
This appliance has been factory tested and
adjusted under ideal conditions but, rough
handling, low gas pressure, altitude or
variations in gas characteristics may require
All units are equipped with fixed orifices and do
not require primary air adjustment
NOTE: This appliance is equipped with a direct
spark ignition system. Ensure the gas and
electrical supply to the appliance are in the
Turn the main manual gas valve to the 'ON'
Turn power switch to the 'ON' position.
Set thermostat to desired temperature.
If ignition fails and/or the control system
goes into lockout, set power switch to the
Wait 5 minutes, then repeat steps 1
through 3. If the problem persists, have a
qualified serviceman check the system.
To shut down system, turn power switch
and main manual gas valve to the 'OFF'
Ensure the gas and electrical supply to the
appliance are in the 'ON' position.
Turn power switch to the 'ON' position.
The green pilot light will indicate power is
on. Wait one minute to allow flame sensor
to heat up.
Cleveland skillets are equipped with an
electric power tilt mechanism for raising
and lowering the frypan. To raise frypan,
raise the cover and press up on the tilt
switch. To lower frypan, press down on
the tilt switch.
Cleveland skillets can also be equipped
worth the optional manual tilt mechanism for
raising and lowering the frypan. To raise
frypan, raise the cover and turn the crank
clockwise. To lower frypan, turn counter-
FOR YOUR SAFETY, this skillet is also
equipped with a power interrupter which
automatically shuts off the gas supply to
the burners whenever the skillet is raised
more than 1/2" (13mm).
IMPORTANT: Before commencing to
cook, ensure frypan is in the lowered
position by pressing down on the tilt
switch. Ensure cover is raised first.
To preheat, set thermostat to desired
Allow skillet to preheat for approximately
Once preheated, insert product in skillet
and adjust thermostat to required cooking
If desired, once product has cooked, it can
be held prior to serving at a lower
When cooking is completed, set thermostat
and power switch to the 'OFF' position.
The best time to dean the skillet is
immediately after use, once skillet has
cooled down. Refer to section titled
Turn power switch to the 'OFF' position
when skillet is not in use.
Clean skillet as soon as possible after
Allow skillet to preheat before adding
Always lift the spring assist cover before
activating the tilt mechanism.
During an electrical power interruption, turn
power switch to the 'OFF' position. This
unit cannot be made to operate without
NOTE: ANY MAINTENANCE OR SERVICE
INVOLVING DISASSEMBLY OF COMPONENTS
SHOULD BE MADE BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE
TECHNICIAN. ENSURE GAS, ELECTRICAL
AND WATER SUPPLY (IF APPLICABLE) TO
THE APPUANCE ARE SHUT OFF.
You have purchased the finest commercial
cooking equipment available anywhere- Like
any other fine, precision-built piece of
equipment it should be given regular care and
Periodic inspections by your dealer or a
qualified service agency are recommended to
check temperatures, adjustments and ensure
moving parts are operative. Whenever
possible, avoid over-heating idle equipment, as
this is the primary cause for increased service
When corresponding with the factory or your
equipment dealer regarding service problems
or replacement parts, be sure to refer to the
particular unit by the correct model number
(including prefix and suffix letters and numbers)
and the serial or code number. The rating
plate affixed to the unit contains this
"REGULAR MAINTENANCE ENSURES PEAK
A regular daily cleaning program should be
followed to maintain your skillet's efficient
performance and minimize service calls. At the
end of each day's operation, the following
Turn power switch to the 'OFF' position.
Skillet should be cleaned after each use, as
soon as possible after cooking. CAUTION:
Ensure skillet has cooled down.
For general purpose cleaning, use a soft
cloth with mild detergent and warm water.
A sponge, non-abrasive scouring pad or a
fiber brush can also be used for this
To remove grease that has baked on,
apply a non-abrasive cleanser to a damp
cloth or sponge and rub cleanser on the
metal in the direction of the polishing lines
of the metal. NEVER RUB IN A CIRCULAR
MOTION. Soil or burnt deposits which do
not respond can usually be removed by
rubbing the surface with Scotch-Brite
scouring pads or stainless scouring pads.
DO NOT USE ORDINARY STEEL WOOL
Do not use grill stones. Heat tint can be
removed by a vigorous scouring in the
direction of the polish lines using Scotch-
Brite scouring pads or a stainless scouring
pad in combination with a non-abrasive
Tomato and vinegar based products have a high
add content which could attack the
stainless steel finish of the frypan. After
cooking of such products, clean frypan
interior with a baking soda and water
solution. Use one tablespoon of baking
soda per one gallon of water.
After cleaning, the skillet should be
thoroughly rinsed with dean water and
IMPORTANT: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
CALIBRATE THE THERMOSTAT.
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5805 Valley 3eft Road
Independence, OH 44131
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700 East 25th Street
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300 Punhale Road
Honolulu. HI 96819
GCS Service, Inc.
946 East l2lh Street
Los Anodes. CA 90021
31 GCS Service, Inc.
9030 Kenamor Drive. Suite 314
San Diego. CA 92121
32 GCS Service, Inc.
360 Utttefield Avenue
So. San Francisco, CA 94080
33 GCS Service, Inc.
292 Murphy Road
Hartford, CT 06114
34 GCS Service, Inc.
3373 N.W. 168th Street
Miami. PL 33056
35 GCS Service, Inc.
4305 Vineland Road. Suite 0-12
Orlando. PL 32811
36 GCS Service, Inc.
696 Larch Avenue
Elmhurst, IL 60128
1 -800-942-9689 (National)
37 GCS Service, Inc.
180 Second Street
Chelsea, MA 02150-0007
38 GCS Service, toe.
31829 W. Eight Mile Road
Livonia, MI 48152
39 GCS Service, Inc.
2660 Pittman Drive
Silver-Springs, MD 20740
(301) 927-7330 (D.C.)
40 GCS Service, Inc.
Kansas City, MO 64120
GCS Service, Inc.
9722 Reavis Park Drive
SL Louis. MO 63123
42 GCS Service, inc.
932 Grand Street
Brooklyn. NY 11211
43 GCS Service, Inc.
1002 Waterman Avenue
East Providence, Rl 06144
44 GCS Service, Inc.
2421 Grenoble Road
Richmond. VA 23294
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5760 Hampton Boulevard. Suite 106
Virginia Beach. VA 23455
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West 223 North 735 Saratoga Dm®
Waukesha. Wl 53186
1 -800-2794976 (National)
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815 North 19th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
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1229 West Main
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
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3000 South Wyandot
Englewood, CO 80110
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5662 Engineer Drive
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155 Sargeant Avenue
Clifton, NJ 07013
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1833-41 North Cameron Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
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6182 South Stratier
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So. San Francisco. CA 94080
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540 North Third Street
Philadelphia. RA 19123
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2200 Norcross Parkway. Suite 210
Altanta, GA 30071
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