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CMA Dishmachines SHE55C

Téléchargements : 30 Taille : 3 mb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

return the top spray arm to its installed position. 2. return the locking nut to its installed position and turn it 1/8 turn clockwise. 3. return the top rack to the top rack roller guides. To remove the bottom spray arm: 1. remove the empty bottom rack from the dishwasher tub. 2. Grasp and lift the bottom spray arm as shown in figure 26. 3. look for obstruction in the spray nozzles. 4. If the spray nozzles need cleaning, flush them under running water. To reinstall the bottom spray arm: 1. retu

CMA Dishmachines MODEL GL-C

Téléchargements : 25 Taille : 271 kb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

RECEIVING...................................................................................................2 2. SPECIFICATIONS.........................................................................................3 3. INSTALLATION.............................................................................................4 3.1. ELECTRICAL....................................................................................................................................4 3.2. PLUMBING..........

CMA Dishmachines L-1X16

Téléchargements : 20 Taille : 1 mb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

L-1X & L-1X16..............................................................................................................................2 1.2. L-1X AND L-1X16 OPERATIONAL CYCLE.......................................................................................3 2. GETTING STARTED.....................................................................................5 2.1. INTRODUCTION TO THE L-1X AND L-1X16.....................................................................................5

CMA Dishmachines L-1X

Téléchargements : 20 Taille : 1 mb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

Properly pre-scrapping the dishes should permit the dishmachine to operate for an entire shift before needing to remove and clean the drain screen. 3.2.2. Proper Chemical Dosage The amount of chemical delivered, whether it is detergent, sanitizer or rinse aid, is determined by its respective cam on the cam timer. • Cam number 2 runs the detergent pump • Cam number 5 runs the sanitizer pump • Cam number 6 runs the rinse aid pump These cams were set at the factory but can be adjusted after final i

CMA Dishmachines CMA-66

Téléchargements : 15 Taille : 816 kb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

GETTING STARTED............................................................................................3 2.1. Introduction to CMA-66.................................................................................................................3 2.2. Receiving and Installation..............................................................................................................4 2.2.1. Electrical.........................................................................................

CMA Dishmachines CMA-180UC

Téléchargements : 27 Taille : 1 mb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

CMA-180UC.........................................................................................................................2 1.2. CMA-180UC OPERATIONAL CYCLE......................................................................................3 2. GETTING STARTED.....................................................................................4 2.1. INTRODUCTION TO CMA-180UC...........................................................................................4 2.2. RECEIVING AND I

CMA Dishmachines AH/B/C/S

Téléchargements : 30 Taille : 631 kb    Fabricant : CMA Dishmachines  
Catégorie : Lave-vaisselle

1. SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................3 1.1 MODEL AH/C......................................................................................................................................3 1.2 MODEL B.............................................................................................................................................4 1.3 AH, B AND C OPERATIONAL CYCLE........................................................





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