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1 AM SELECT DISHWASHERS MODELS AM15 ML-130038 AM15F ML-130045 ML-130039 AM15T ML-130153 AM15VL ML-130155 AM15VLF AM15VLT ML-130154 701 S. RIDGE AVENUE TROY, OHIO 45374-0001 937 332-3000 www.hobartcorp.com . E (October 2012) Rev FORM 35320

2 POST IN A PROMINENT LOCATION THE INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE SMELL OF GAS IS DETECTED. THIS INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER. IMPORTANT IN THE EVENT A GAS ODOR IS DETECTED, SHUT DOWN UNIT(S) AT MAIN SHUTOFF VALVE AND CONTACT THE LOCAL GAS COMPANY OR GAS SUPPLIER FOR SERVICE. FOR YOUR SAFETY DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE. Model AM15 Model AM15F Model AM15T PRESSURE GAUGE Model AM15VLT Model AM15VLF Model AM15VL Fig. 1 – 2 – © HOBART CORPORATION, 2009

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 GENERAL ... ... 5 INSTALLATION 5 Unpacking ... Installation Codes ... 5 Location ... 5 ... 6 Corner Installation ... 7 Water Requirements ... Plumbing Connections 8 8 ... Drain Connection ... 8 Water Connection Without Electric Booster Water Heater - Models AM15, AM15F, and AM15T . . . . . . . . . . . 8 With Electric Booster Water Heater - Models AM15, AM15F, and AM15T ... 9 With Electric Booster Water Heater - Models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT ... 9 Tank Heat (When Specified) Gas ... 10 Venting Requirements - with Gas Tank Heat 11 ... Rate of Exhaust Flow Calculations ... 12 Table A Heat Dissipation ... 13 Electrical Connections ... 14 Dishwasher without Electric Booster ... 15 Motor Rotation (Three-Phase Machines Only) 15 ... Dishwasher With Electric Booster (Separately Connected) ... 15 Dishwasher With Electric Booster (Single Point Electrical Connection) ... 16 Equipment Connections ... 16 ... Vent Fan Control 16 Remote Booster Control ... 16 Detergent, Rinse Aid, Sanitizer Dispensers — Tubing Installation 17 ... 17 ... Detergent Dispenser 18 ... Rinse Aid Dispenser Chemical Sanitizer Dispenser - AM15, AM15F, and AM15T Models Only ... 18 Detergent, Rinse Aid, Sanitizer Dispensers — Equipment connections ... 19 Detergent Dispenser (Fig. 22) 19 ... Rinse Aid / Sanitizer Dispenser(s) (Fig. 22) 19 ... AM15F, and AM15T Models Only) ... 20 Setup (AM15, ... 20 Sanitizing Mode End of Cycle Buzzer - All Models ... 20 OPERATION ... 21 Preparation 21 ... Dishwashing 22 ... CLEANING ... 24 For Models AM15VL,AM15VLF and AM15VLT: 25 ... Delime Instructions ... 27 Dos and Don'ts for Your New Hobart Warewasher ... 27 MAINTENANCE ... 28 ... 28 Wash arms Motor(s) ... 28 Flue (Machines Equipped With Gas Tank Heat Only) ... 28 TROUBLESHOOTING ... 28 Manual Reset Button on Pump Motor ... 28 31 SERVICE ... – 3 –

4 I nstallation, Operation and Care Of AM SELECT DISHWASHERS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS GENERAL AM15VL and AM15VLT dishwashers can be configured Models , AM15T, AM15, for both straight through or corner operation. Models AM15F and AM15VLF are AM15, AM15VL , AM15T, and AM15VLT configured for front loading. dishwashers from the factory in straight-through configuration. Straight-through are shipped machines can easily be converted to corner operation. Models AM15F and AM15VLF include a front-loader shelf and left- and right-side shields as standard equipment. The front-loader shelf on the AM15F and AM15VLF can be positioned up (inside the machine during operation) or down (outside the machine during operation). The AM15, AM15F and AM15T dishwashers are designed to operate in one of two modes: Hot water sanitizing mode (designated by the letters “AH” or “AP” on the display is turned on), or a chemical sanitizing mode (designated by when the machine s “AC” on the display is turned on). AM15VL, AM15VLF the letter when the machine and AM15VLT dishwashers are designed to operate in hot water sanitizing mode by the letters only (designated when the machine is turned on). “HL” on the display The serial number can be found on the machine data plate located on the bottom of the fro nt panel. The pump motor is rated 2 H.P. and has thermal overload protection. DO NOT attempt to operate this dishwasher in the chemical sanitizing mode without a properly installed, NSF Certified, chemical sanitizer feeder (customer supplied). Contact an authorized detergent representative for information about a chemical sanitizer feeder. either an atmospheric vacuum for non "VL" models breaker The fill line incorporates any reverse flow of water from the dishwasher to prevent or an air gap for "VL" models water supply. into the potable on, fills the wash tank to the The unit, once turned appropriate level and automatically stops filling once the level is reached. A float, located in the wash tank, shuts off the heat supply if the water level becomes too low. When the water returns to the proper level, the heating circuit is again operational. A frame-mounted 8.5 kW electric booster water heater is available as an option for models equipped with electric tank heat. The booster water heater is standard for "VL" models. For models AM15, AM15F , and AM15T the booster water heater is designed a minimum final rinse temperature of 180°F provided the to maintain incoming water to the booster heater is at least 110°F. For ventless models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT, the booster water heater is designed to maintain a minimum final rinse temperature of 180°F with cold incoming water. Ventless models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT do not require a vent hood. They use an internal condensing system to minimize the water vapor escaping from the unit during loading and unloading. High-temperature AM15, AM15F and AM15T models or gas heat dishwashers typically require a hood or vent over the dishwasher to meet local codes. Low-temperature chemical sanitizing machines or low usage electric heat dishwashers may not require individual venting of the machine if the room is amply exhausted. Refer to pages 10 and 11 for venting and hood requirements. Verify with local codes for final authority. – 4 –

5 INSTALLATION UNPACKING Immediately after unpacking the dishwasher, check for possible shipping damage. If this machine is found to be damaged, save the packaging material and contact the carrier within 15 days of delivery. Prior to installation, test the electrical service to make sure it agrees with the data plate; this includes the optional electric specifications on the machine booster, if equipped. The dishwasher data plate is located at the bottom of the front panel. INSTALLATION CODES Installation must be in accordance with state and local codes, or in the absence with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (latest edition) if of local codes, and the National Code ANSI/NFPA 70 (latest edition). In Electrical applicable, Canada, the installation standards are: CAN/CGA B149.1, CAN/CGA B149.2, and CSA C22.2 No.1 (latest editions). LOCATION finalizing the location, make sure that consideration Before has been given for the electrical conduit, water supply, drain connection, gas supply and venting (if applicable), tabling (if needed), chemical feeder replenishment (if applicable) and adequate clearance for opening the door. The dishwasher must be level before any connections are made. Turn the threaded feet (Fig. 2) as required to level the machine and adjust to the desired height. The edge of dish table that overhangs the AM15 wash tank should be turned down tank (Fig. 3). Apply an NSF approved and fitted over the top of the dishwasher sealant between the overhang of the dish table and the inner wall of the wash tank leakage (Fig. 3). Fasten the dish tables to the inner wall of the wash to prevent tank with non-rusting truss head screws or rivets (Fig. 3). For straight-through installations, clearance at the front and 15 inches out from the at the right side by 27 inches above the finished floor must be provided dishwasher for servicing. WASH TANK DISH TA BLE DISH TA BLE DISH TABLE MACHINE SCREW OR RIVET SEALANT INNER WALL OF WASH TANK NUT STRAIGHT-THROUGH OPERATION SHOWN Fig. 3 Fig. 2 – 5 –

6 CORNER INSTALLATION Before in its operating location, check machine configuration. the dishwasher placing in a corner (Figs. 4, 5), clearances of 20 inches out is being installed If the machine under the left-hand tabling by 27 inches above the finished from the dishwasher out from the dishwasher at the right side by 27 inches above floor and 15 inches the finished floor must be provided for servicing. For proper installation of a corner machine, the control and display should be positioned at the front corner for operator access (Fig. 5). For corner installation, rotate the rack track so the guide rail is positioned on the left side (Fig. 6). For corner machines, remove the front door deflector (unscrew three bolts / nuts, Fig. 7). WASH TANK DISH TA BLE DISH TABLE MACHINE SCREW OR RIVET SEALANT INNER WALL OF WASH TANK NUT CONTROLS MUST BE ACCESSIBLE AT FRONT CORNER. DISH TA BLE CORNER OPERATION SHOWN Fig. 5 Fig. 4 Fig. 7 Fig. 6 – 6 –

7 A splash shield is available (at extra cost) for corner installations to cover the left side opening to the wall. Install the splash shield on the left side using the two 1⁄4- and nut for each (Fig. 8) and 20 studs on the left rear corner with a lockwasher bolts, lockwashers using the two 1⁄4-20 and nuts on the left front corner (fasteners are provided in the kit). that a notch For corner installations, tabling with backsplashes over 6" high require be provided to prevent interference with the door mechanism (Fig. 9). A NOTCH MUST BE ADDED TO BACKSPLASHES OVER 6" HIGH ON CORNER MACHINES TO PREVENT INTERFERENCE WITH DOOR MECHANISM. NOTCH MUST EXTEND 5" FROM FACE OF THE MACHINE. Fig. 9 Fig. 8 WATER REQUIREMENTS Proper water quality can improve warewashing performance by reducing spotting, lowering chemical supply costs, improving productivity and extending equipment life. Local water conditions vary from one location to another. The recommended proper water treatment for effective will use of this equipment and efficient also vary depending on the local water conditions. Ask your municipal water supplier for details about local water specifics prior to installation. Recommended water hardness is 3 grains of hardness per gallon or less. Chlorides must not exceed 30 parts per million. Water hardness above 3 grains per gallon be treated should Water treatment). or in-line softener (water by a water conditioner treatment has been shown to reduce costs associated with machine cleaning, reduce the need for deliming the dishwasher and reduce detergent usage. Sediment, silica, chlorides or other dissolved solids may lead to a recommendation for particulate filtration or reverse osmosis treatment. If an inspection of the dishwasher or booster heater reveals lime build-up after the equipment has been in service, in-line water treatment should be considered, and, if recommended, should be installed and used as directed. Contact your Hobart Service office for specific recommendations. – 7 –

8 PLUMBING CONNECTIONS Plumbing connections must comply with applicable sanitary, safety, and plumbing codes. Drain Connection connection pipe connected The drain is a 11⁄2 inch externally threaded straight can be of the wash tank (Fig. 10). The connection down from the bottom by using the proper fitting (not supplied) made in any direction to the and routing appropriate drain line. Fig. 10 of 38 If a grease trap is required by code, it should have a minimum flow capacity gallons per minute. Water Connection should in the water line just ahead arrestor be installed A suitable water hammer of the dishwasher. Without Electric Booster Water Heater - Models AM15, AM15F, and AM15T (top rear, Fig. 1) with 3⁄4 inch line is connected The water supply to the line strainer or 1⁄2 inch pipe. A manual shutoff valve and pipe union are required (customer supplied). REQUIRED INCOMING WATER TEMPERATURE Water Supply Connection Model Sanitizing Mode Maximum Minimum Recommended Without Built-in Hot Water 194°F (82°C) (82°C) 180°F 180°F Hot Water (90°C) Sanitizing Booster Without Built-in (49°C) (60°C) 120°F Hot Water 140°F Chemical Sanitizing N/A Booster Hot Water Hot Water 110°F (43°C) N/A 140°F (60°C) With Built-in Booster Sanitizing N/A (18°C) Cold Water 65°F 90°F (32°C) Hot Water VL Models Sanitizing (43°C) 110°F Hot Water (60°C) 140°F N/A For AM15, AM15F, and AM15T models, proper dishwasher operation requires a pressure exceeds If the flowing of 20 ± 5 psig at the dishwasher. pressure flowing valve (customer 25 psig, a pressure in the water supplied) must be installed reducing (Fig. 1) is provided (not installed) for verification of supply line. A pressure gauge proper water pressure. The water pressure is monitored when the solenoid valve is open and water is flowing. The water pressure regulator must have a relief by-pass. Failure to use the proper type of pressure regulator may result in damage to the unit. – 8 –

9 With Electric Booster Water Heater - Models AM15, AM15F, and AM15T The water supply below the booster with the line strainer (supplied) line is connected shut off valve and pipe union are required (not supplied). and 3 ⁄4 inch pipe. A manual temperature and a flowing The water supply of 110°F (43°C), must have a minimum pressure on top of the machine. If the flowing of 20 ± 5 psig at the pressure gauge exceeds 25 psig, a pressure reducing valve (not supplied) must be installed pressure in the water supply line. he water pressure regulator must have a relief by-pass. Failure to T use the proper type of pressure regulator may result in damage to the unit. Incoming below 110°F (43°C) may require longer wash cycle water temperature time than the 57 second cycle; refer to pages 17 – 18 . O PER ATIO N, When the fill / final rinse valve is on, water from the booster tank enters the dishwasher through the final rinse arms. During the rinse cycle, this water is 180°F (82°C) . A small amount of water will likely dribble out of the lower rinse arm into the tank between cycles due to the natural expansion of water as it is being heated. With Electric Booster Water Heater - Models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT Ventless models require both a cold water supply connection and a hot water supply connection. The cold water supply line is connected to the line strainer at the top of 1 the machine with a 2 inch pipe. A pressure regulator and pressure gauge are not ⁄ A manual required. valve and pipe union are required (customer supplied). shut-off The cold water supply must not exceed 90°F (32°C) for proper operation. Optimal results are obtained when cold water supply temperature is below 65°F 1 (18°C). it may be necessary to use ⁄ 2 inch pipe for the cold water For best results, pipe size and minimize the distance between the dishwasher and the entrance into the building. Pipe insulation will also improve results. If cold water supply temperature is consistently above 90°F (32°C) or if excessive water vapor or steam is entering the room after the condensing cycle is complete, contact Hobart Service to increase condensing time. The hot water supply line is connected to the line strainer at the rear of the machine 1 with a ⁄ 2 inch pipe. A pressure regulator and pressure gauge are not required as this is a pumped rinse machine. A manual shut-off valve and pipe union are required (customer supplied). – 9 –

10 GAS TANK HEAT (WHEN SPECIFIED) Check the gas data plate attached to the dishwasher or the tag attached to the incoming gas piping for the type of gas to be used. The burner is not adjustable. the Maximum value in inlet gas pressure flowing The maximum must not exceed the table. If line pressure exceeds the Maximum value in the table, an additional pressure regulator (not supplied) must be installed in the supply line. GAS PRESSURE SPECIFICATION [FLOWING GAS PRESSURE — NOT STATIC] FLOWING Inches W.C. (Water Column) Type of Incoming Line Pressure BTU/HR Manifold Gas Pressure Minimum Maximum 3.2 7. 0 3.5 25,000 Natural Propane 25,000 9.0 11. 0 8.2 Static inlet line pressure should not exceed 14 inches W.C. The minimum value is for input adjustment. The gas valve is provided with a pressure tap to measure the gas pressure downstream, which is also the manifold pressure. Gas supply piping must have a sediment trap by others) ahead installed (supplied the gas Connect gas control. of the dishwasher’s supply to the 1⁄2 inch NPT gas inlet underneath the machine (Fig. 11). Fig. 11 Do not use Teflon tape on gas line pipe threads. For gas line pipe connections, use Loctite 565, Hobart part 546292, or a flexible sealant suitable for use with Natural and Propane Gases. The appliance and its gas connections must be leak tested before placing the use open flame. Do not appliance in operation. Use soapy water for leak test. The installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, ANSI Z223.1 (latest edition). Copies may be with the National Fuel Gas Code, obtained from American Gas Association, Inc., 1515 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22209. The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures 1 in excess of ⁄ 2 psig (3.45kPa). The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply 1 piping system at test pressures equal to or less than ⁄ 2 psig (3.45kPa). Dissipate test pressure from the gas supply line before re-connecting the appliance and its manual shutoff valve to the gas supply line. Failure to follow this procedure may damage the gas valve. – 10 –

11 The dishwasher so that the flow of combustion and ventilation air must be installed Do not store material underneath the machine; air openings into is not obstructed. the combustion chamber must not be blocked. Make sure there is an adequate supply of make-up air in the room to allow for combustion of the gas at the burner. Keep the appliance area free and clear from all combustible substances. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air. The dishwasher must have a minimum clearance from combustible construction of 1 inch from the flue at the rear. Clearances of 20 inches out from the dishwasher at above by 27 inches installation) the finished the front (or left side in a corner at the right side by 27 inches out from the dishwasher floor and 15 inches The burner above floor must be provided the finished for servicing. is ignited automatically circuitry; there is no pilot light. Gas flow by solid state electronic is regulated by the temperature control circuit. VENTING REQUIREMENTS — WITH GAS TANK HEAT Hobart model AM15, AM15F or AM15T dishwashers equipped for gas tank heat are not provided with a flue collar and are not intended to have the flue directly connected to a ventilation system. However, the products of combustion must be vented to the outside air. The most common method of venting is a vent hood over the entire dishwasher (Fig. 12). Refer to Rate of Exhaust Flow Calculations on the next page for calculations of the proper vent rate for your hood. Another method above about five inches is a small vent hood (Fig. 13) positioned the flue exit at the rear of the dishwasher and connected to existing ductwork. In either case, interlock must be installed to allow the flow of gas to the dishwasher an electrical burner ONLY when the exhaust system is energized. For additional information, refer to the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, NFPA 54. Make sure the installation meets the local code for your area. 3" x 3" DUCT INTO ➤ CURRENT SYSTEM 1 3 " ⁄ 2 ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 1' TO 4' CLEARANCE 6" 4" MINIMUM MINI VENT HOOD ➤ ➤ OVERHANG ➤ ON ALL SIDES ➤ ➤ 18" OVERHANG 6" ➤ RECOMMENDED OVER LOADING OR 5" GAP UNLOADING DOORS MINIMUM DISHWASHER FLUE EXIT ➤ ➤ Fig. 13 Fig. 12 – 11 –

12 NOTE: A ny listed and labeled factory-built commercial exhaust hood tested in accordance with UL Standard 710 by a nationally recognized testing laboratory, must be installed to the terms of its listing and the manufacturer’s according installation instructions. Rate of Exhaust Flow Calculations Based on the 2009 International Mechanical Code. The minimum net airflow for Type II hoods used for dishwashing appliances shall be 100 cfm per linear foot of hood length. The net quantity of exhaust air shall be calculated by subtracting any airflow supplied directly to a hood cavity from the total exhaust flow rate of a hood. Ventless models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT do not require a Type II vent hood. According to 507.22 of the 2009 IMC, Type II hoods are not required where the heat and moisture load is incorporated into the HVAC system design. See Table A for heat dissipation or heat gain to space. ➤ ➤ WIDTH ➤ ➤ ➤ LENGTH CLEARANCE HEIGHT ➤ Fig. 14 – 12 –

13 TABLE A: HEAT DISSIPATION Sensible Latent 13 kW 8.5 kW Heat Gas Heat Steam Electric Model Electric Electric (BTU/ Heat (BTU/ Booster Heat Booster Booster HR) HR) 3,200 7, 4 0 0 X 9,800 22,900 X X 17, 5 0 0 7, 5 0 0 X X AM15 2 7, 8 0 0 11, 9 0 0 X X 10,900 4,700 X 31,200 13,400 X X 10,400 4,400 X 3 2 ,10 0 13,800 X X 10,500 24,600 X X AM15T, AM15F 38,900 16,700 X X Hot Water 15,200 6,500 X Sanitizing 43,700 18,700 X X 1,200 1,300 X 3,700 X X 4,200 AM15, AM15T, X X 2,800 3,200 AM15F with power X 4,500 X 5 ,10 0 vent fan option X 2,000 1,800 X 5,000 5,700 X X X 9,300 3,400 AM15VL AM15VLT, 4,800 X X 13,000 AM15VLF X 9,400 2,800 AM15 10,900 X 4,600 Chemical Sanitizing X 13,200 3,900 AM15T, AM15F X 15,200 6,500 Assumptions: Machines operate 70% of each hour while in use. 1. 2. All heat dissipated enters the room except for models with power vent fan option and gas heat models. Gas heat models must be provided with vent hood which directs 40% of heat to outside atmosphere. 3. 70% of heat output is latent, 30% is sensible. 4. Chemical sanitizing models operate at 60% of the heat output of equivalent hot water sanitizing models. – 13 –

14 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the applicable portions of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 (latest edition) and / or other local electrical codes. Disconnect the electrical power to the machine (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and follow lockout / tagout procedures. Be sure all circuits are disconnected. Refer to the wiring diagram attached inside the front trim panel and to the machine data plate for service size requirements when connecting the dishwasher. Also, refer to Electrical Data, page 12. To access the controls area, remove the right side panel, remove the front panel and open the control panel door. The dishwasher electrical service connection can 3 3 32 ⁄ 4 be made through the 1 inch diameter hole for ⁄ inch trade size conduit located on the right side at the rear of the machine. By removing a knockout, this hole can 3 be enlarged to 1 ⁄ 8 " diameter for 1 inch trade size conduit, if required. ELECTRICAL DATA Minimum Circuit Ampacity Maximum Protective Device AMPS Optional 8.5 KW Electric Booster Models Tank Heat Volts / Hz / Ph Optional Single Point Dishwasher Electrical Connection 8.5 KW O N LY 3 Phase Only Booster O N LY Dishwasher and Booster 20 208 - 240 / 60 / 1 Gas AM15 AM15F Gas 208 - 240 / 60 / 3 15 AM15T 480 / 60 / 3 Gas 15 AM15, AM15F 50 50 Electric 208 - 240 / 60 / 1 AM15T, AM15VL 60 Electric 208 - 240 / 60 / 3 30 30 A M15 V L F, 480 / 60 / 3 30 Electric 15 15 A M15 V LT 30 30 60 200 - 240 / 50 / 3 Electric AM15, AM15F, AM15T 15 15 Electric 380 - 415 / 50 / 3 30 Compiled in accordance with the national electrical code, NFPA 70 (latest edition). A fused disconnect switch or circuit breaker (customer supplied) must be installed in the electrical service line(s) supplying this dishwasher and should meet the requirements of your local electrical code. – 14 –

15 Dishwasher without Electric Booster For single-phase machines, power supply connections are made to terminal blocks. For three-phase machines connections are made to contactor lugs. The machine lug is provided to electrical code(s); must be grounded according in a grounding the controls area. Electrical connections for machines with gas tank heat are made to contactor 1CON in the controls area. Motor Rotation (Three-Phase Machines Only) Three-phase motors must rotate in the direction of the arrow on the pump housing. In order to check rotation, remove the bearing cap to observe the motor shaft the the machine doors and press the power switch to ON. When (Fig. 15). Close machine is completely filled, open and close machine doors to verify that the motor shaft rotates in the clockwise direction. Fig. 15 If the rotation is incorrect, DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY and interchange any two of the incoming power supply leads. Reconnect the power supply and verify correct rotation. Replace the motor bearing cap. Dishwasher With Electric Booster (Separately Connected) Single phase machines with an electric booster require two separate connections, one for the booster and the other for the dishwasher (including motor, controls and tank heat). For single-phase all power supply connections are made to machines, terminal blocks (Fig. 16). The single phase dishwasher is connected to terminal block 1TB in the controls area. The single phase booster is connected to terminal block 2TB in the controls area. If the machine is three phase, the electrical connection for the dishwasher is made to the contactor 2CON in the controls area The electrical connection for the three phase booster is made to the contactor 3CON in the controls area (Fig. 17). – 15 –

16 Dishwasher With Electric Booster (Single Point Electrical Connection) Three phase machines with the optional single point electrical connection configured to terminal area (Fig. 18). The machine are connected block 1TB in the controls must be grounded according to electrical code(s); a grounding lug is provided. Fig. 16 Fig. 17 Fig. 18 EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the applicable portions of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 (latest edition) and / or other local electrical codes. Disconnect the electrical power to the machine (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and follow lockout / tagout procedures. Be sure all circuits are disconnected. Vent Fan Control The vent fan control feature is standard on models AM15, AM15F, and AM15T. This feature is not available on ventless models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT. The vent fan control relay provides switch contacts only and does not provide power to the vent fan motor. The rating for a vent fan control relay connected to terminals VFC1 and VFC2 is 1.5 Amps at 240 Volts maximum. When the dishwasher is connected to the vent fan, the vent fan is switched on when the dishwasher is on, and off when the dishwasher is off. Remote Booster Control The booster control feature is standard on models AM15, AM15F, and AM15T. This feature is not available on ventless models AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT. The load rating for remote booster control connections to BSTR1 and BSTR2 is 0.1 Amp. at 120 Volts maximum. The booster control provides a control signal only and does not provide power to the remote booster. When a remote booster is connected to the dishwasher, the booster is on when the dishwasher is on and off when the dishwasher is off. – 16 –

17 DETERGENT, RINSE AID, SANITIZER DISPENSERS — TUBING INSTALLATION sanitizer dispensers (not provided by Hobart) must have rinse aid and/or Detergent, all connections sealed against leakage. uses 0.74 gallons of rinse water per rack at a flow rate of 4.4 gallons The dishwasher at 20 psig flowing pressure. This information is used when setting per minute the detergent, rinse aid or sanitizer pumps. NOTE: Ventless "VL" models do not have a pressure gauge. See Hobart form F15523 for sanitizer volumes and installation instructions. Detergent Dispenser 7 The dishwasher has two ⁄ 8 inch diameter plugged holes, one on the rear of the chamber and one on the lower part of the tank near the pump (Fig. 19). With the tank empty, remove both plugs to install the detergent dispenser. • The chamber hole is for installation of the detergent feeder tube. • The lower tank hole is used for installation of the detergent sensor. T POR DETERGENT SENSOR Fig. 19 – 17 –

18 Rinse Aid Dispenser 1 has two The rinse line flange ⁄ on top of the dishwasher inch NPT pipe connector 8 plugs (Fig. 20). the plug(s) (Fig. 20) for installation of the rinse aid dispenser tube and • Remove / or chemical sanitizer tube, as needed. PIPE PLUGS Fig. 20 Chemical Sanitizer Dispenser - AM15, AM15F, and AM15T Models Only When the dishwasher is to be operated in the chemical sanitizing mode, the machine must be converted to low-temperature sanitization (refer to Setup, page that has been tested and certified by NSF 16). A chemical dispenser sanitizer installed. e International must b Rem ove the pipe plug (Fig. 20) for installation of the chemical sanitizer tube. To • an unobstructed flow of sanitizer, locate the sanitizer tube in the center of assure flow by drilling water is equal the sanitizer tube fitting so that its inside diameter . Slide the tube into the flange until it touches to the outside diameter of the tube 1 the opposite side and then pull it back out inch (Fig. 21). ⁄ 4 hypochlorite (bleach) - 3 ml. within 10 seconds • Rate for 6% Sodium (maximum). hypochlorite (bleach) - 2 ml. within 10 seconds Rate f • or 8.4% Sodium (maximum). Fig. 21 – 18 –

19 DETERGENT, RINSE AID, SANITIZER DISPENSERS — EQUIPMENT CONNECTIONS Electrical and grounding connections must comply with the applicable portions of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 (latest edition) and / or other local electrical codes. Disconnect the electrical power to the machine (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and follow lockout / tagout procedures. Be sure all circuits are disconnected. This machine must be operated with an automatic detergent feeder and, if applicable, an automatic chemical sanitizer feeder, including a visual means to verify that detergents and sanitizers are delivered or a visual or audible alarm to signal if detergents and sanitizers are not available for delivery to the respective washing and sanitizing systems. Refer to the installation section of this manual and to the chemical feeder equipment manual(s). Detergent Dispenser (Fig. 22) Terminals DPS1 and DPS2 are supplied with controlled machine line voltage. They are ON during the wash cycle and OFF between cycles or when the machine power supply is OFF Maximum rating for detergent dispenser connected to DPS1 and DPS2 is 1.5 Amps at line voltage. Check the machine supply voltage and use corresponding feeder transformer voltage. Use UL Listed 600 volt minimum insulated wire for the connections. Do not use bell wire, lamp cord or similar type wire. Splice connections, if required, must be made in the feeder transformer 7 enclosure. Remove junction ⁄ 8 " diameter cap plug(s) box - not in the main controls 1 the side 2 " trade size conduit fittings from the rear of the enclosure. Remove ⁄ for panel. Strain relief fittings must be provided for all wiring. Rinse Aid / Sanitizer Dispenser(s) (Fig. 22) Terminals RPS1 and RPS2 are supplied with controlled machine line voltage and are ON during the rinse cycle only. Maximum rating for rinse aid dispenser connected to RPS1 and RPS2 is 1.5 Amps at line voltage. Check the machine supply voltage and use corresponding feeder transformer voltage. Use UL Listed 600 volt minimum insulated wire for the connections. Do not use bell wire, lamp cord or similar type wire. Splice connections, if required, must be made in the feeder transformer box (supplied — not in the main controls enclosure. Remove junction by others) 7 1 ⁄ cap plug(s) for 8 ⁄ 2 inch trade size conduit fittings from the rear of inch diameter the enclosure. Strain relief fittings must be provided for all wiring. TRANSFORMER DETERGENT — VFC1 DISPENSER — VFC2 — BSTR1 — BSTR2 PRIMARY — DPS1 SECONDARY — DPS2 TRANSFORMER — RPS1 RINSE AGENT — RPS2 DISPENSER PRIMARY SECONDARY CHEMICAL RIGHT SIDE OF GROUND LUG SANITIZER CONTROL AREA DISPENSER Fig. 22 – 19 –

20 SETUP (AM15, AM15F, AND AM15T MODELS ONLY) Sanitizing Mode 1. With the machine OFF, press and hold the OFF key. 2. Press and release the ON key. The display initializes until 88 displays. °F H SET °C 3. Release the OFF key. °F °F X °C can be H, C or P: X SET displays. C SET °C H = Hot Water Sanitizing, Internal Booster. °F C = Chemical Sanitizing, No Booster. P °C SET = Hot Water Sanitizing, External Booster. P 4. Press CYCLE to select P, H, or C as the sanitizing mode. After 15 seconds, the selection is saved and the machine turns off. End of Cycle Buzzer - All Models 1. With the machine OFF, press and hold the OFF key. SHORTCUT IF 2. Press and release the ON key. PROGRAMMING BOTH FEATURES AT THE SAME TIME. displays. The display initializes until 88 3. Release the OFF key. °F °C X displays. can be P, H or C. (See above). X SET 5. Press and release the OFF key. XX displays. XX can be On or OF: SET WASH WASH SET On SET WASH On = End of Cycle Buzzer is ON. OF = End of Cycle Buzzer is OFF. SET WASH WASH OF SET 6. Press CYCLE to select On or OF for the End of Cycle Buzzer. After 15 seconds, the selection is saved and the machine turns off. – 20 –

21 OPERATION PREPARATION The overflow tube must be in its proper location below the strainer pan (Fig. 23). Place the strainer pan and the strainer bucket in their proper positions (Fig. 24). Fig. 24 Fig. 23 detergent dispenser is required. Closely follow supplier’s instructions. An automatic Close the door; this will automatically close the drain. gas valve (if applicable). Press the ON button to turn the power Open the manual on (Fig. 25). If the machine’s door is closed and no water is in the tank, the fill cycle will begin automatically. During the fill cycle, the word FILL is displayed. Fig. 25 – 21 –

22 When washing or in idle mode, the readout displays the wash temperature. During the rinse cycle, the rinse icon and temperature are displayed. Select the wash cycle: 1 for normal serving ware, 2, 4 or 6 for pots and pans. Each wash cycle is followed by an automatic rinse. When the rinse cycle is complete and the rinse icon turns off, the door can be opened. For ventless models, the door must remain closed until the condensing cycle is complete and the cycle light turns off. A cycle countdown in seconds is displayed during the condensing cycle. Failure to follow these instructions will result in excess water vapor in the room. Fig. 26 DISHWASHING Scrape the dishes to remove large particles of food and debris. Never use steel wool on ware to be loaded into the dishmachine. Fig. 27 Arrange the dishes in a rack. Do not stack dishes one on top of another, as water must have free access to all sides of every dish. Stand plates and dishes in a peg-type rack (Fig. 27). Cups, glasses, and bowls should be up edgewise in an open-type type rack (Fig. 27). Silverware and other or compartment inverted small pieces may be scattered loosely over the bottom of a flat bottom rack. Do not allow foreign objects to enter the unit, especially metallic contaminants. After filling a rack, open the door, slide the rack into the dishwasher and close the door. Throughout the wash cycle, the tank water temperature is displayed on the front panel display, along with the word WASH and an icon. During the rinse cycle, the rinse water temperature is displayed, along with the word RINSE and an icon. When the rinse cycle is completed, the readout displays the tank water temperature. – 22 –

23 On AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT models, a countdown of the remaining cycle time, along with the rinse icon only, is displayed during a condense cycle. cycle When the cycle is finished and the rinse icon disappears, or the condensing the clean dishes, open the door, remove light goes out for "VL" models, slide in another rack and close the door. To add a dish after the wash cycle has started, open the door slightly. Wait 10 seconds to allow the wash arm to coast down and to avoid water splashing before opening the door fully. Operating temperatures for all models are as follows: Rinse Temperature Wash Temperature Sanitizing Mode Minimum Wash Recommended Rinse Recommended Wash Minimum Rinse (66°C) 150°F 150°F (66°C) 180°F (82°C) 180°F (82°C) Hot Water (49°C) 140°F 120°F (60°C) 120°F (49°C) 140°F (60°C) Chemical Model AM15F and AM15VLF have a front loader door and loading tray. The machine (up position) inside the chamber vertical tray positioned with the loader can operate or positioned horizontal outside the chamber (down position). RECOMMENDED CONDENSE TIME (Based on Incoming Water Temp.) Racks per Rinse Condense Incoming Water Hour (1 min Time °C) Temp. °F ( Time (Sec.) cycle) (Sec) 40 60 (16) 10 30 65 (18) 33 11 38 36 37 70 (21) 12 35 39 75 (24) 13 34 14 42 80 (27) 45 85+ (29+) 33 15 amounts only - If excessive For "VL" models exit the or water vapor of steam machine after condensing cycle light goes out and door is opened, incoming cold the rinse may be too high. Contact Hobart Service to adjust water temperature and condense times according to the adjustment table. Increasing cycle time will increase water consumption and decrease the racks per hour, but should reduce the water vapor entering the room. – 23 –

24 CLEANING The machine must be thoroughly cleaned at the end of each working shift or at Use only products least daily. Never use steel wool to clean warewasher surfaces. formulated to be safe on stainless steel. 1. Push the OFF button. 2. Open the machine door. 3. Clean off the dish tables into the dishwasher. 4. Drain the machine by lifting up the drain lever. Fig. 28 cleanse and flush the dishwasher interior. Remove soil 5. Thoroughly remaining with a soft cloth or brush and mild cleanser. Rinse again. 6. Remove and empty the strainer bucket and pan. Wash and rinse them thoroughly. 7. Clean the pump cover with a soft cloth or brush. Do not allow food soil to accumulate on the tank bottom or to enter the drain. 8. Remove the overflow tube. Wash and rinse the overflow tube inside and out. 9. Make sure that the wash and rinse arms rotate freely and are free of any obstructions. If not, remove arms and clear out any obstructions. and check wash arms and rinse nozzles 10. Remove (Figs. 29, 30) to make sure they are free of any lime and solids. Refer to Maintenance, page 26. Do not bang wash arms or rinse arms to clean. 11. Replace all removed parts. Leave machine door open to allow interior to air out and dry. Fig. 30 Fig. 29 – 24 –

25 FOR MODELS AM15VL,AM15VLF AND AM15VLT: In addition cleaning, the baffles, located on the upper to normal on the chamber inside of the machine, may need periodic cleaning. Disconnect the electrical power to the machine (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and follow lockout/tagout procedures. Be sure all circuits are disconnected. 1. Loosen and remove the nut from each baffle and remove the baffles by sliding the tab out of the retainer. Fig. 31 2. Debris may collect on top surfaces of baffles and should be washed in a sink with a mild detergent and rinsed. Fig. 32 – 25 –

26 3. Replace parts. When replacing the front baffle be sure that the all removed back side of the baffle is on the outside of the duct lip on the chamber top. LIP ON CHAMBER TO P REAR OF FRONT BAFFLE 4. Leave machine door open to allow interior to air out and dry. – 26 –

27 DELIME INSTRUCTIONS I delime notification is activated and the DELIME light is on, follow f the optional the instructions, below. Delime is also necessary if deposits are visible inside or outside the machine. DELIME INSTRUCTIONS Remove rack, drain tank, press “OFF”. 1. 2. ” & “ON” for 3 seconds; YCLE Press and hold “C close door, unit fills then indicates “ADD DELIME”. Open door & add delime agent per supplier 3. instructions for 14 gallon tank. 4. Close door, pump starts & display flashes “DELIME”. After 12 minutes display scrolls “DRAIN”. Check interior, close door to run additional cycles 5. if necessary. Drain tank, turn unit off. 6. DOS AND DON'TS FOR YOUR NEW HOBART WAREWASHER gall Is rec Ommen DeD ). less Or Ins gra (3 Dness har water On Oper pr assure DO per DI shes DO OrOughly th . scrap - pre DeD Ommen rec Detergents by Only use DO chem Ical pr Ofess IO nal . yOur mach Ine , rInse an D Dry ( leave DOO r DO at the en D Of the Day , th OrOughly cleanse the Open ). D ImIng sche Dule . Del DO cl Osely fOll Ow yOur chem Ical pr Ofess IO nal ’ s prescr Ibe Inless steel . DO use sta Only pr OD ucts fOrmulate D tO be On safe . Ial ID ent res fOr DI shwashers D fOrmulate Detergents nOt DO use Om . DO nOt all Ow fOOD sOI l tO accumulate On the tank bOtt fOr IO ns cOncentrat DeD Ommen rec s ’ manufacturer Ical chem D excee nOt DO Detergent , san Over rem scale lIme . Or aID rInse , ItIzer wOO l nOt DO tO clean ware Or warewasher surfaces . steel use metall Ic cOntam Inants nOt all Ow fOre Ign Objects tO enter the DO It , espec Ially un cl Ips , reta Iners , etc . such as paper ma IO ns may vOID yOur nOte : f aIlure tO Instruct Intenance D an care , use fOll Ow . warranty warewasher Obart h – 27 –

28 MAINTENANCE Disconnect the electrical power to the machine (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and follow lockout / tagout procedures. Be sure all circuits are disconnected. WASH ARMS Upper and lower wash and rinse arms (Figs. 29, 30) should turn freely and continue turning for a few seconds after being whirled by hand. To check, rotate arms and remove any obstructions causing improper operation. If either the strainer pan or the strainer bucket is not properly in place, obstructions or bones) may clog the wash arm nozzles. The wash arms (such as food particles are easily removed for cleaning. To remove the lower wash arm, unscrew the hand knob and lift the rinse arm off (Fig. 29). The wash arm can be lifted off once the rinse arm is removed. The upper wash and rinse arms are removed by unscrewing the hand knob (Fig. 30) and lowering both arms together. Be careful not to drop these arms. MOTOR(S) The wash pump motor, rinse pump motor ("VL" models only), fan motor ("VL" models only) and the blower motor (gas heat models) are equipped with permanently lubricated bearings and require no lubrication maintenance. FLUE (MACHINES EQUIPPED WITH GAS TANK HEAT ONLY) When cool, check the flue opening every three months for obstructions. TROUBLESHOOTING MANUAL RESET BUTTON ON PUMP MOTOR If the pump motor becomes overheated, the thermal overload protector will cause the motor to not operate. If this occurs, contact Service. To avoid a service call, check symptoms and related possible causes. If machine still does not operate properly, contact Service. – 28 –

29 SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Machine off, turn machine on. No machine operation. Blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker at power supply. 2. 3. Check tank water level. Dishes not clean. proper drain closing. 1. Insufficient wash water due to drain obstruction preventing Worn or torn drain O-ring allowing wash water to drain. 2. 3. Loss of water pressure due to pump obstruction. Disconnect electrical power supply (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and drain tank. Check for any obstruction at the pump intake. 4. Incorrect water temperature. Contact Service for adjustment or repair. 5. Incorrect detergent dispensing. Contact your detergent representative. 6. Excessive mineral deposits throughout wash and rinse system. Deliming may be necessary, refer to page 25. Check wash and rinse arms to make sure they rotate properly. 7. 8. Strainers causing inadequate water supply to pump; clean machine clogged according to Cleaning, page 24. 9. Obstruction in wash arms or wash arms will not turn; clean machine according to Cleaning, page 24. Detergent dispenser may be clogged. 10. 11. Excessive soil quantity; scrape dishes before cycle. 12. Improper rack loading; refer to Preparation and Dishwashing, pages 21, 22. Incoming water supply turned off. 13. Spotting silverware, 1. Improperly loaded racks. glasses and dishes. 2. Incorrect rinse water temperature or rinse pressure. 3. Loss of water pressure due to pump obstruction. Disconnect electrical power supply (both dishwasher and booster if applicable) and drain tank. at the pump intake. Check for any obstruction Excessively hard water. 4. 5. Incorrect detergent for water type. 6. Incorrect rinse additive for water type. Incorrect concentration of detergent, rinse additive and/or sanitizer. 7. 8. Excessive soil quantity; scrape dishes before cycle. Excessive steam or water 1. Incoming cold water too warm. Contact Hobart Service for adjustment of condensing cycle time. vapor after cycle is complete - AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT models only. Inadequate rinse or rinse 1. Dirty line strainer causing reduced water flow. Turn off water supply, remove water temperature too low. strainer cap, withdraw and clean screen. Reassemble. Note: AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT models have 2 supply lines. Possible EE display. 2. Low supply line pressure. 3. Excessive mineral deposits throughout wash and rinse system. Deliming may be necessary, refer to page 25. 4. Incoming water temperature to booster (if applicable) below 110°F. Machine will automatically extend wash time until booster heats up (this applies to AM15, AM15F, and AM15T booster equipped machines only). 5. If EE displays: Booster did not reach temperature within 8 minutes after initial fill. Press OFF, wait 5 seconds and press ON. May be booster heater failure. – 29 –

30 SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Leaking valve. Foreign material preventing proper valve operation. NOTE: A critical period is soon after installation when pipe compound or metal shavings may lodge at the valve seat. Shut off supply line. Unscrew and lift bonnet from valve body. Clean valve and reassemble. Note: AM15VL, AM15VLF, and AM15VLT models have 2 supply lines. valve is malfunctioning or not closing), it is 2. If a solenoid (not opening recommended that you contact Hobart Service. No wash tank heat. 1. The machine is equipped with a low water safety device which shuts off heat if the water level drops. Check for proper water level. If the water level is too low, the overflow be out of position. Or, something may be tube might free movement any foreign object from inhibiting of the low water float; remove around the low water float or its magnet. 2. Gas line closed. 3. Blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker at power supply. If a failure occurs due to the gas heat control board or gas pressure, contact Hobart Service. No or slow fill. 1. Debris may be obstructing standpipe movement allowing fill water to drain. 2. Water supply may be off; make sure hot water supply valve is open. Possible E2 display. 3. Dirty line strainer causing reduced water flow. Turn off hot water supply, remove strainer cap, withdraw and clean screen. Reassemble. 4. Worn or torn drain O-ring allowing wash water to drain. 5. If E2 displays: Water did not reach the float during a fill within 2.5 minutes. Press OFF, wait 5 seconds and press ON. Possible Ed display. 1. Slow leak. Make sure the drain lever is closed, the standpipe is seated and the O-ring is clear of all food soil or other debris. Dribbling water from lower If equipped with electric booster, normal dripping from the lower rinse arm 1. rinse arm. will occur during water heating due to expansion of the water. This will occur once between machine cycles. 2. If water dribbles or leaks continuously from rinse arms on any machine, refer to Leaking Valve, above. Possible E6 display. 1. Contact your local Hobart Service Office. Wrench lights up and P1, 1. Contact your local Hobart Service Office. P2 or P3 displays. "VL" Models - water 1. Water level probe in holding tank may be contaminated or failed. Contact continuously filling Hobart Service. through chamber/holding 2. Refer to Leaking Valve above. tank. – 30 –

31 SERVICE your local Hobart-authorized service office for any repairs or adjustments Contact needed on this equipment. If a gas orifice fitting is to be replaced, have it serviced by qualified Hobart-authorized service personnel. Long-term service contracts are available on this and other Hobart products. Call 1-888-4HOBART for Hobart Service 24 hours a day. – 31 –

32 FORM 35320 Rev. E (October 2012) PRINTED IN U.S.A. – 32 –

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