Users are cautioned that maintenance and repairs must be performed by a Garland authorized service agent using genuine Garland replacement parts . Garland will have no obligation with respect to any product that has been improperly installed, adjusted, operated or not maintained in accordance with national and local codes or installation instructions provided with the product, or any product that has its serial number defaced, obliterated or removed, or which has been modified or repaired using unauthorized parts or by unauthorized service agents .
IMPORTANT INFORMATION WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. Installation and servicing of this product could expose you to airborne particles of glass wool/ceramic fibers. Inhalation of airborne particles of glass wool/ceramic fibers is known to the state of California to cause cancer.
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODELS S,SU & SS684 Model Total Kw Load S684* SU684** SU684RC2*** Salamander Broiler**** *(all purpose tubular elements) **(Sealed -top elements, North American Model # SS684) *** Maximum on any 684 series range . ****Add when wired to range base (SER/SUER-680) Exterior Dimensions Height 47”...
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODELS S,SU & SS686 Model S686* SU686** SU686RC2*** Salamander Broiler**** *(All purpose tubular elements) **(Sealed -top elements, North American Model # SS686) *** Maximum on any 684 series range . ****Add when wired to range base (SER/SUER-680) Entry Clearances Crated Uncrated...
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, RANGE MODELS S/SS/SU 686/684 RC (2) Page 6 -(1,2,3) (L,C,R) -(12,24,36) (L,C,R) -12 = 12" (305 mm) wide griddle -24 = 24" (610 mm) wide griddle -36 = 36" (915 mm) wide griddle - L = griddle on left hand side of range - C = griddle in center of range - R = griddle on right hand side of range -1 = 12"...
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS, MODELS SERC, SER-680 Model Total Kw Load SERC, SER-680 wired independently Installation Notes: Clearances from combustible surfaces should be minimum 7” (178mm) from sides, 2” (51mm) from back . Note: Salamander can not be installed wired from the range base on a S684 in 208/1/60 . Salamander must have a separate circuit .
Ranges Ranges c/w Hot Top Sides 3” (76mm) 10” (254mm) Rear 2” (51mm) 2” (51mm) * NOTE: Garland recommends equipment be installed under a ventilation canopy LOCATION Models Type Of Floor Or Base Ranges Ranges c/w Hot Top Salamander Non-Combustible IMPORTANT: For ranges with convention oven (models with suffix “RC”), air circulation is required for proper operation of...
. Code Requirements The Garland S/SS680 series complies with the standards CSA C22 .2 no .109 – latest edition, the UL197 – latest edition and the NSF#4 – latest edition . The installation and connection of this appliance must comply with current codes .
INITIAL OPERATION Preparing a New Griddle 1 . Remove the protective coating on the surface using mild detergent . 2 . Thoroughly rinse the griddle with vinegar and a water solution (3/4-cup vinegar per quart of water) and dry . Seasoning of the Griddle 1 .
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Continued Solid Top/Open Top (Tubular) Operating Controls Operating The Sealed Hotplate (SS/SU) Models 1 . Before using sealed hotplates for the first time they should be heated at setting 3 for five (5) minutes . This will harden and burn off the protective coating . 2 .
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Continued Oven Operating Controls Centigrade Operation of the Convection Ovens Starting the Oven: 1 . Set the cook/cook switch to the “Heat” position . 2 . Set Thermostat to the desired temperature . 3 . Preheat the oven thoroughly before use (at least 30 minutes) .
PRODUCT APPLICATION The top of the range is designed for flexibility and the preparation of numerous types of products . Griddles Griddle tops are designed to have food cooked directly on the surface . Do not put pots or pans on the griddle surface as this will scratch or nick the surface and will result in improper cooking or sticking of the product .
PRODUCT APPLICATION Continued 3 . Keep a close check on any product being prepared for the first time . The size of the load, temperature of the product going in, and moisture content are major factors that influence necessary cook times and temperatures . 4 .
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Continued Griddles After Each Use 1 . Using a traditional 2 1/2” – 3” (64mm –76mm) scraper or spatula, scrape the griddle surface (to remove food particles and oil residues) towards the grease trough using even front to back strokes . Deposit debris into the chute .
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING Continued 4 . Carefully remove the thermostat dial, not disturbing the dial setting . 5 . Hold the thermostat shaft steady with a small flat blade screw driver . Turn the calibration screw located inside the shaft clockwise to decrease the temperature and counter clockwise to increase the temperature .
SAFETY It is essential that the instructions in this booklet are strictly followed for the safe and economical operation of the equipment . If it is know or suspected that a fault exists on the appliance then it must not be used until the fault has been rectified by a competent person .