LVE Training Presentation

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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Electrician
1) Connect exhaust fan electrical power connections
and interlocks.
2) Test and check fan interlock circuit for proper
operation with fryer(s).
Plumber:
1) If gas fryers, assemble and connect gas manifold
to flexible gas connection provided.
2) Assure proper gas pressure is present.
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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Store Responsibilities:
IMPORTANT: Please note that the LOV fryer is not
a plug and play fryer. You must have your local
FASC conduct start up and training prior to use.
Please carefully coordinate the installation, check
out and training. This must be accomplished in
the proper order and immediately after one
another. This is especially vital for replacement
fryer installations. FASC start up and training
must always occur on the same trip.
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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Store Responsibilities: Continued
1) Coordinate the Fryer Check Out and Training with
FASC prior to installation.
2) Notify and schedule RTI if the location is a bulk oil
location. Note: RTI will require an additional two
hours of prep time per fryer prior to the FASC
check out.
3) Order Magnesol Filter pads to have on hand for
training. Magnesol Universal Pad Kit #03190-054.
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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Store Responsibilities: Continued
4) Install Fryer: The Store is responsible to have fryer
installed by KES or other service agent.
a) Uncrate fryer and install per installation
procedures in manual
b) Level the fryer
c) Verify line power
d) Dispose of old fryer if applicable
e) Rinse and dry vats
5) Arrange to have key personnel available to attend
two hour training session with FASC immediately
after start-up.
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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Basic Function of FASC Start UP: (Complete
Checklist will be signed by manager)
1) Ensure fryer is properly fit restrained and level in
accordance with specification
2) Perform SETUP on all computers.
3) GAS fryers, check incoming gas flow pressure
with all vat burners on (Natural Gas: 4-6” W.C; LP
Gas: 11-14” ) ELECTRIC fryers ensure applied
voltage matches the rating plate..
4) Test and confirm Auto Top Off system is working
properly
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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Basic Function of FASC Start UP: (Complete
Checklist will be signed by manager) Continued
5) Verify that all filter parts (filter pan, filter screen,
filter pad, hold-down ring, crumb tray, and O-rings)
are present. Visually inspect the oil drain and return
system to ensure all connections are tight. Perform
filter cycle and verify operation.
6) Heat up each vat and confirm recovery time is less
than (1:40 electric) (2:25 gas).
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Henny Penny LOV Fryer
Installation Responsibilities List
Basic Function of FASC Training: (Complete
checklist will be signed by manager)
1) Basic Overview of LOV Fryer concept & hands on
demonstration of the following:
2) AIF Filter Operation
3) Maintenance Filter Operation
4) Filter Pan Cleaning
5) Control programming
6) Shortening Disposal
7) Deep Clean Process
8) Special Manager Information Mode
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LVE Electronic Control
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Left and Right Control
FR FRIES
FR FRIES
The electronic control panel is a pushbutton
control that includes a left and a right side
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control feature.
Full Vat Controller
The Full Vat controller provides an assigned
product timer for left and right side Baskets that
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share a common single Vat.
Split Vat Controller
The Split Vat controller provides a product timer
for individual left and right side Vats. A Split Vat
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can accommodate one basket.
Heat Light LED
The “heat light” LED’s light when the control calls
for heat.
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Number 1 Pushbutton
The number one pushbutton is used to start and
stop a Product cook cycle. It is also used to
answer “Yes”.
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Number 2 Pushbutton
The number two pushbutton is used to start and
stop a Product cook cycle. It also is used to
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answer “No” to a prompt.
Digital Display
FR FRIES
FLTR NOW
The electronic control visually displays
programming, product cook cycle, filtering, and
other information and messages.
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Power Button
The power button turns the associated controller
on or off.
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Product Pushbutton
Press a product button to select a specific product.
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Temp Pushbutton
Touch the “Temperature” pushbutton to view the
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current oil temperature.
Filter Pushbuttons
Pressing one “Filter” pushbutton will get you
access to the filter menu, pressing both “Filter”
pushbuttons will get into the Henny Penny Info
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Mode.
Info Pushbutton
Touch the “Information” pushbutton to view the
recovery time, access managers info mode, and
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toggle between languages.
Temp & Info Buttons
Level 1 programming: Access Code 1-2-3-4
Product Programming
AIF Clock
Deep Clean Mode
Fryer Setup
Level 2 Programming: Access Code 1-2-3-4
Advanced Fryer Setup
E-log
Password
Alert tone
Filter After
Filter Time
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Temp & Info Buttons
Level 3 programming: Access Code 1-1-2-2-1-1-2-2
Tech Resets
Special Programming
Clock Set
Data Communications
Heat Control
Tech Mode
Stats Mode
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Summary
The controller has a left and right side control.
The Heat light LED lights when calling for heat.
Touch the “1” button to start/stop and answer
“YES”.
Touch the “2” button to start/stop and answer
“NO”.
The control display will show numerous messages.
The power button turns the assigned control and
heating element off.
Use the Product button’s to select the desired
product.
The Filter pushbuttons are used for information
mode and the filtering mode.
The Information pushbutton will show the recovery
time.
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LVE Heat System
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LVE Heat System
Hinged Elements
Cleaning
Service
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LVE Heat System
2, 7KW Element (Full Vat)
1, 7KW Elements (Split Vat)
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LVE Heat System
Tilt switch
Confirms heating elements are
lowered
Element in down position
Element in up position
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LVE Heat System
High Limit thermostat
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LVE Heat System
Primary (Safety Contactor)
Secondary (Heat Contactor)
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LVE Heat System
RTD’s (Temperature Probes)
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LVE Heat System
Block Diagram
Primary (Safety) Contactor
L1
L2
L3
Secondary (Heat) Contactor
Heating
Elements
L2
L3
L1
Electronic Controller
AIF
Hi-Limit
Drain Pan
Switch
Tilt
Switch
SAFETY CHAIN
RTD Probe37
LVE Heat System
Summary
Hinged heating elements
7KW
Controller monitors and regulates oil
temperature.
RTD’s measure oil temperature.
Primary & Secondary Contactors energize
heating element.
High-Limit thermostat provides over-temp
protection.
Drain Switch confirms drain pan is in place.
Tilt switch confirms heating elements are
lowered.
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Filter Pan Assembly
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2.
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5.
6.
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Filter Ring
Crumb Basket
Filter Pan Cover
Filter Pad
Filter Screen
Drain Pan
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Filter Pan Assembly
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Filter Pan Installation
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
PULL
FR FRIES
A cook cycle has ended, “PULL” is displayed
touch “1” and remove product
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
FLTR NOW
“Filter Now” ? will display
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
YES NO
Select 1 for YES or 2 for NO
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
* SKIM *
“SKIM” will prompt the operator to remove
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particles from the oil.
LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
CONFIRM
“CONFIRM” will display, select 1 to verify
particles have been removed.
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LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
DRAINING
“DRAINING” will display and the frypot will
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automatically empty.
LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
WASHING
“WASHING” indicates the frypot is automatically
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rinsing.
LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
FILLING
“FILLING” indicates the frypot is automatically
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refilling with oil.
LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
LOW
LOW
“LOW” indicates the fryer is heating to normal
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frying temperature.
LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Auto Filter Cycle
FR FRY
FR FRY
“FR FRY” (or other) indicates the fryer is ready to
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use.
LVE Automatic Filtering
(AIF)
Summary
Assemble and install the drain pan
Select “Yes” when “Filter Now” is displayed
“Skim” the oil and remove large particles
Allow fryer to refill oil and reheat before
further operation
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LVE Maintenance Filter
2.Maint Filter?
Manually select option # 2 in the filter menu,
then follow control prompts to complete the
filter cycle. This needs to completed at least one
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time per day.
LVE Auto Top Off
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LVE Auto Top Off
Electronic control reads the delta from the level
sensors to the main temperature probe to
determine if the unit needs to add shortening.
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LVE Auto Top Off
The unit fails to satisfy the level sensors.
The JIB will then need to be checked, refilled or
replaced.
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RTI System
RTI switch and cables.
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RTI System
RTI 3 way valve and hose connections.
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LVE Error Codes
E-4 CPU Too Hot
E-5 Software High Limit (oil too hot)
E-6 Main temperature probe failure
E-6A = open circuit, E-6B = short
circuit.
E-10 Mechanical high limit tripped
E-18 Level Sensor Failed (*repeats every 4
hours -- see below)
Each vat has 2 level probes:
E-18A = left probe failed
E-18B = right probe failed
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E-18C = both probes failed
LVE Error Codes
E-20 Gas Ignition Failure (Gas fryers
only)
E-20A - no draft / vacuum switch not
closed
E-20B - ignition failure - pilot flame did
not light after sparking for 90
seconds
E-21 Slow Recovery (Slow Heat-up)
McDonald's has specified that we
time the heat-up from 250°F to
300°F for every cold start (turn on
with temp. < 200°F)
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LVE Error Codes
E-31 Heating Elements Up (Elec fryers only)
User had the heating elements up
when they shouldn't be (or switch not
adjusted right)
E-41 Data Loss
E-46 EEPROM memory write failed
EEPROM chip on the CPU board is
where we store programmed settings
E-47 A-to-D failure - Problem with the
analog-to-digital converter chip on the
CPU board. Could be due to a failure
of the 12-volt DC supply.
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LVE Error Codes
E-48 Inputs Failure - (very rare)
E-54c - Temperature circuit input failure - very
rare - amplified and unamplified
temperature circuits do not agree.
E-60 - Communications with AIF board have
failed (*repeats every 4 hours -- see
below) (AIF board dead? Cable
unplugged? 1.5 volt fuse blown?)
E-70C - Drain interlock jumper missing. We
don't have a drain switch, so we should
have a loop of wire in the wiring harness
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to complete the interlock circuit.
LVE Error Codes
E-81 E-STOP button activated European units
*do* have E-stop buttons. All other units
should have a loop of wire in the
connector on the AIF board where the
E-Stop button used to be
connected. (Same connector as
drain pan sw)
*E-18 and E-60: "Repeats every 4 hours":
The E-18 (Level Sensor Failed) and E-60 (AIF
Comm Failed) error messages can be cleared
by pressing the checkmark button, and then
normal fryer operation is allowed even if the fault
condition continues. (Of course, auto-topoff and
filtering functions would be unavailable.)
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LVE Error Codes
For ELEC fryers, heat-up time should be < 1:40
(1 min. 40 sec)
For GAS fryers, heat-up time should be < 2:45
(2 min. 45 sec)
For first slow heat-ups, error message is "E-21
RECOVERY FAULT"
For two consecutive slow heat-ups, the error
message is "E-21 RECOVERY FAULT CALL
SERVICE".
The user can press the Checkmark button to
clear the error message, but the message will
repeat every hour until a service tech clears it
out in the Level 3 menu, or until the fryer
executes a successful heat-up.
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