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Cleveland OEB-20.20 Service And Parts Manual

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Service & Parts Manual
Convotherm Combination Oven-Steamer
MODELS: Electric 20.20
by
OEB-20.20
1333 East 179th St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110
Phone: (216) 481-4900 Fax: (216) 481-3782
Enodis
Visit our web site at www.clevelandrange.com
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    Service & Parts Manual Convotherm Combination Oven-Steamer MODELS: Electric 20.20 OES-20.20 OEB-20.20 1333 East 179th St., Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 44110 Phone: (216) 481-4900 Fax: (216) 481-3782 Enodis Visit our web site at www.clevelandrange.com 0706...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Installation For the Installer ..........1 Warranty .

  • Page 3: For The Installer

    COMPLETELY AND FULLY UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUAL For caster equipped Combis: Per separate instructions, connect the strain relief (restraining device) and complete any remaining installation procedures BEFORE starting the Combi. Convotherm by Cleveland Combi Oven-Steamers are intended for other than household use.

  • Page 4: Warranty

    CLEVELAND RANGE agrees to repair or replace, at its option, f.o.b. factory, any part which proves to be defective due to defects in material or workmanship during the warranty period, providing the equipment has been unaltered, and has been PROPERLY INSTALLED, MAINTAINED, AND OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CLEVELAND RANGE OWNER’S MANUAL.

  • Page 5: General Information

    GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COMBIS A. PRODUCT INFORMATION Cleveland Range, LLC assigns two product identification numbers to each Combi: a model number and a serial number. The model number identifies the product characteristics. The serial number identifies the individual unit. 1. Model Number a.

  • Page 6: Installation Instructions

    Combi can result in DEATH, INJURY, EQUIPMENT DAMAGE, and void the warranty. NEVER install damaged Combis. ALWAYS have qualified Cleveland Range authorized personnel install and service Combis. 5. Inspect the Combi for shipping damage. a. Check carton and packing for shipping damage.

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    3. Position and level the Combi. 4. Connect the utility lines after positioning and leveling the Combi. 5. Call Cleveland Range at 216-481-4900 for the Free Start-Up Program’s Performance Checkout. 6. After Setup and Performance Checkout, the Combi should provide years of reliable operation.

  • Page 8: Instructions For Casters

    5. Follow the separate instructions included with the Stand, Stacking Kit, or Caster Kit. 6. Make sure the Stand, Stacking Kit, or Caster Kit matches the Combi(s). 7. Use only genuine Cleveland Range Stands, Stacking Kits, Caster Kits, and replacement parts.

  • Page 9: Oeb-20.10

    Short Form Specifications I I Vented, double glass door with integrated door stop Shall be Cleveland Model: OEB-20.10 Combination Convection Oven / I I Trolley with self draining condensate drip pan Steamer with simple to operate electronic programmable controls for Hot Air, I I Easy to change, press-fit door seal Convection Steam, and Combination cooking modes, "Cook &...

  • Page 10

    Cleveland Range reserves right of design improvement or modification, as warranted. SECT. PAGE Many regional, state and local codes exist and it is the responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with the codes. 0406 Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers.

  • Page 11: Oes-20.20

    I I Easy to change, press-fit door seal I I Oven light with shock resistant safety glass Shall be Cleveland Model: OES-20.20 Combination Convection Oven / I I Multipoint core temperature probe Steamer with simple to operate electronic programmable controls for Hot Air, Convection Steam, and Combination cooking modes, "Cook &...

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    Cleveland Range reserves right of design improvement or modification, as warranted. SECT. PAGE Many regional, state and local codes exist and it is the responsibility of the owner and installer to comply with the codes. 0406 Cleveland Range equipment is built to comply with applicable standards for manufacturers.

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    CONTROL PANEL BASIC OPERATION A. QUICK START GUIDE ALWAYS PRE-HEAT THE OVEN CHAMBER! 1. Switch on with key (1). 2. Select cooking mode with keys (2-5). 3. Press key (6) to start. 1. Press key (18) and rotate Selector Dial (23) to set oven temperature.

  • Page 14: Control Panel, Detail View

    B. CONTROL PANEL DETAIL VIEW Note: Item numbers correspond to numbers on the control panels in Figure 4-1b 1. ON/OFF When the Combi is turned ON: • Self-diagnosis is performed. • Oven light turns on. • Steam generator fills and heats (OEB and OGB models).

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    • Page / Scroll one step forward or Function Indicators back in programming mode. • Light up when function or activity is engaged: 23. Selector Dial 10. Reduced Power • Set: Oven temperature, cooking time, core 11. Burner or Electric Heating ON temperature, recipe name, recipe number.

  • Page 16: Cleaning The Oven Chamber

    Combi oven chamber. h. Do NOT spray water into a hot oven chamber. Use only genuine Convotherm by Cleveland and Cleveland Range cleaning and descaling products. Follow the instructions and heed and obey the warnings on the labels. Other products can cause injury, present heath hazards, and damage the Combi.

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    If U-Shaped racks become bent then remove the Combi from service and contact your qualified Cleveland Range authorized service representative at once. c. Clean the interior of the of the double glass doors daily.

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    If a white deposit forms inside the oven chamber, the water treatment system is not correctly set, or the addition of a water treatment system is required. To remove this deposit, use vinegar and a soft cloth. • Ask your qualified Cleveland Range authorized service representative about adding or setting a water treatment system.

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    The first step is Hot Air mode at 158°F for 10 minutes, followed by a Signal Tone. 11. After the first Signal Tone, open the oven door, and follow instruction sheet in P/N 260AYM to spray the oven chamber, drain, grills, plates etc. with original Convotherm by Cleveland CONVOClean.

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    a. The third step is Steam mode at 86°F for 1 minute. No action is needed. b. The fourth step is Steam at 212°F for 10 minutes, followed by a Signal Tone. 15. Turn OFF the Combi when the Signal Tone sounds. 16.

  • Page 21: Convoclean Automatic Cleaning System (optional)

    2. Before starting, remove large pieces food or cooking residue from the oven chamber to help prevent the drain from becoming blocked. 3. Check the level of Convotherm by Cleveland CONVOClean and CONVOCare. a. The containers must be full. b. The suction pipes must be located in the fluid.

  • Page 22

    “Strong Soiling” 2 hours. ‘Strong Soiling – Shining+” 2 hours and 45 minutes. 8. Press the Smart Key. 9. “Food inside oven?” appears in the display. 10. If the oven is empty, then answer “No.” 11. Confirm by pressing the Smart Key. 12.

  • Page 23: Descale Steam Generator

    Spent material is considered non- hazardous and may be disposed of in a sewer system with water flush. WARNING The liquid solution in Cleveland Range Descaler Solution Part No. 106174, “ DISSOLVE® Descaler can be harmful if not handled properly.

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    DANGER Do NOT heat the Combi during descaling. Death, injury, equipment and property damage can result. WARNING This procedure is slightly different depending on the model being descaled. This entire procedure should be read and fully understand as it applies to the model being descaled, before beginning the actual descaling operation.

  • Page 25

    • While adding liquid to the steam generator through the descaler inlets, pour slowly to avoid overflow. • Wipe up any spills at once to avoid etching. 6. After the automatic fill cycle has ended, turn OFF the Combi with the ON/OFF key, and at the Control Power Service Disconnect switch located below the hand shower.

  • Page 26

    2020 ELECTRIC GENERATOR W CLEANING Spray Handle Shut Off Valve Washer Arm C2611068 C6014003 Light Gasket C6015020 Lamp C5005045 Condensate Box o-ring C6015000 Spray Handle Bracket C2002042 C3216313 B 0706...

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    2020 ELECTRIC GENERATOR W CLEANING I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2114828 ASSEMBLY/WELDMENT, TOP, INTERMEDIATE, 12.20/20.20 C2115487...

  • Page 28

    2020 ELECTRIC INJ W CLEANING Washer Arm C2611068 Spray Handle Shut Off Valve C6014003 Light Gasket C6015020 Lamp C5005045 Condensate Box o-ring C6015000 Spray Handle Bracket C2002042 C3216313 B 0706...

  • Page 29

    2020 ELECTRIC INJ W CLEANING I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2114828 ASSEMBLY/WELDMENT, TOP, INTERMEDIATE, 12.20/20.20 C2115487...

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    COMPONENT PANEL ASSEMBLY, 480V OEB 20.20 MODELS 3005021 B 0706...

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    COMPONENT PANEL ASSEMBLY, 480V OEB 20.20 MODELS I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C5115405 PLATE, ELECTRICAL MOUNTING 20.20 300350...

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    ASSEMBLY, CONTROL PANEL, WITH PICTO ALL MODELS I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2114297 WELDMENT, CONTROL PANEL C5019101...

  • Page 33: Outer Base (ogb 20.20)

    ASSEMBLY, OUTER BASE OGB 20.20 MODELS SECTION A-A SECTION B-B Agent Pump C5008011 Pressure switch C5009055 I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N 100413 FOOT ASS'Y, ADJUSTABLE (FOR 1.250 SQ.

  • Page 34: Water Valve (oes 20.20)

    ASSEMBLY, WATER VALVE OES 20.20 MODELS 10 16 I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N 300407 FILTER, ELECTRICAL 300509...

  • Page 35: Water Valve, (oeb 20.20)

    ASSEMBLY, WATER VALVE OEB 20.20 MODELS 11 17 11 17 I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N 300453 VALVE ASSEMBLY, 3WAY 240VAC 300407...

  • Page 36

    ASSEMBLY, STEAM GENERAT0R, ELECTRIC, HEATER SELECTION OEB-20.20 MODELS DETAIL A DETAIL B 480 VAC element C50170141 I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2314219 WELDMENT, STEAM GEN, ELEC, 20.20...

  • Page 37: Pump Steam Generator (oeb 20.20)

    PUMP, STEAM GENERATOR OEB 20.20 MODELS Drain Elbow C6015101 I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N 300507 DRAIN PUMP, 230 V 111676...

  • Page 38

    DOOR COMPLETE 20.20 MODELS Complete Door C2514356 Spring clip C6015248 Cross Gasket C7001077 I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2514363 ASSEMBLY, OUTER DOOR, 20.20...

  • Page 39

    SLIDING PLATE, COMPLETE Page 1 of 2 ALL 6.20, 10.10 MODELS & 20.20 MODELS Upper Hinge C2013006 INSTALLED ORIENTATION I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2614806 CARRIAGE PLATE, WELDED, 6.20...

  • Page 40

    SLIDING PLATE, COMPLETE Page 2 of 2 ALL 6.20, 10.10 MODELS & 20.20 MODELS 19 20 13 21 DETAIL B DETAIL A DETAIL C 11 21 14 21 SECTION E-E SECTION D-D C2614801 B, C2614802 B & C2614804 P1 0706...

  • Page 41

    EXTERIOR SHEETING ALL 20.20 MODELS I I T T E E M M Q Q T T Y Y P P A A R R T T N N 0 0 . . D D E E S S C C R R I I P P T T I I O O N N C2514356 DOOR, 20.20, COMPLETE C2114657...

  • Page 42: Sequence Of Operations

    CLEVELAND RANGE OEB 20.20 SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS When using these instructions refer to the OEB 20.20 wiring schematic. 1 When incoming power (220 VAC) is connected to the combi, 220 VAC is sent to The contacts 2,4 and 6 of the Safety Contactor (KO)

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    • If the ground is not found 220 VAC is sent from terminal 7 on connector X12 on the Control Board (A10) to the fill solenoid (Y3) • The fill solenoid opens and the generator is filled until both probes are grounded.

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    • For the first 2 minutes 220 VAC is sent from terminal 4 on connector X11 through the normally closed auxiliary contacts of contactor K5 to the K50 contactor coil ◊ K50 contactor closes and the motor turns CW ◊ The normally closed auxiliary contacts on K50 open preventing the K5 contactor from energizing.

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    5 With the combi in the Hot Air mode with time on the timer, the door closed and the start switch is depressed The front display will include a lighted bar under the Hot Air symbol • When the heat circuit is energized the heat symbol will be energized •...

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    ◊ The normally closed auxiliary contact of K4 opens preventing the Steam Contactor K1 from energizing • 220 VAC is sent from terminal 7 of connector X11 on the Control Board (A10) to the coil of Contactor K44 until the cabinet reaches the set temperature.

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    • For the first 2 minutes 220 VAC is sent from terminal 4 on connector X11 through the normally closed auxiliary contacts of contactor K5 to the K50 contactor coil ◊ K50 contactor closes and the motor turns CW ◊ The normally closed auxiliary contacts on K50 open preventing the K5 contactor from energizing.

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    ◊ The contactor K44 closes and the third leg of 220 VAC is sent to the 18 KW element (E4) ◊ If the reduced power option is chosen then the K44 Contactor is not energized. When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 220 VAC is sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the temperature drops.

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    • For 15 seconds the motor is de-energized and allowed to coast. • For the next 2 minutes 220 VAC is sent from terminal 3 on connector X11 through the normally closed auxiliary contacts of contactor K50 to the K5 contactor coil ◊...

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    When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3probe, 220 VAC is sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the temperature drops. When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190- degree F.

  • Page 51: Wiring Diagrams

    THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM CLEVELAND RANGE, LLC WATTAGE: OEB 20.20...

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    3.B7 THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM...

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    /2.C7 THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DAIGRAM...

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    /5.C2 THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 55

    1W / BN THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø-208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 56

    CLEANING OPTION ONLY THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 57: Ladder Diagrams

    LADDER DIAGRAM THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 58

    ϑ THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300495 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 59

    CLEVELAND RANGE OES 20.20 SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS When using these instructions refer to the OES 20.20 wiring schematic. 1 When incoming power (220 VAC) is connected to the combi, 220 VAC is sent to The contacts 2,4 and 6 of the Safety Contactor (KO)

  • Page 60

    ◊ The normally closed auxiliary contacts of K55.1, K55.2 and K56 open preventing the K57 contactor from energizing. • If the combi fan is in the reduced setting 220 VAC is sent from terminal 6 on connector X11 through the normally closed auxiliary contacts of contactors K55.1, K55.2 and K56 to the coil of contactor K57 ◊...

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    When the condensate box is heated to 140 degrees F at the B3 probe, 220 VAC is sent from terminal 5 of connector X12 to the condenser valve (Y1) until the temperature drops. When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount the cycle ends.

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    • For the next 2 minutes 220 VAC is sent from terminal 3 on connector X11 through the normally closed auxiliary contacts of contactor K50 to the K5 contactor coil ◊ K5 contactor closes and the motor turns CCW ◊ The normally closed auxiliary contacts on K5 open preventing the K50 contactor from energizing.

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    K57 to the coils of contactor K56 and contactors K55.1 for the upper motor and K55.2 for the lower motor ◊ The K56 contactor closes sending 220 VAC through the Q56.1 overload to the motors. ◊ The K55.1 contactor closes completing the high speed circuit to the upper motor and the upper motor turns at a high speed.

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    ◊ The Contactors K42 and K62 close and 220 VAC is sent to the inner elements (E42 and E62) ◊ If the reduced power option is chosen then Contactors K42 and K62 are not energized. d The steam circuit is energized •...

  • Page 65

    ◊ The K57 contactor closes (a) 220 VAC is sent through the Q57.1 thermal overload to the motor and the upper motor turns at a reduced speed. (b) 220 VAC is sent through the Q57.2 thermal overload to the motor and the lower motor turns at a reduced speed.

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    When the timer counts to 0 or the core temp probe (B10) reaches the set amount the cycle ends and the steam generator reverts to the standby temperature of 190- degree F.

  • Page 67

    CONNECTOR LABEL THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 68

    -G1:N THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

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    /2.C7 THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DAIGRAM...

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    /5.C2 THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

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    1W / BN THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø-208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 72

    CLEANING OPTION ONLY THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

  • Page 73

    LADDER DIAGRAM THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

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    ϑ THIS DESIGN DESCRIBES A PROPRIETARY ITEM AND IS THE PROPERTY OF CLEVELAND RANGE. TITLE DRAWN BY DRAWING NO. THIS DRAWING IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF CLEVELAND RANGE. VOLTAGE: 3Ø 208-240 300496 WIRING DIAGRAM...

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