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Ele 88-0220/02 (L-8C)

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Category: Electric Ovens

6' cord & plug 115 volt (models 88-0210/02 (L-5C), 88-0220/02 (L-8C) 101-1403 6' cord & plug 230 volt (models 88-0210/01 (L-5C-4), 101-1403-1 6' cord & plug 115 volt (model 88-0200/02 (L-3C) 101-1603 6' cord & plug 230 volt (model 88-0200/01 (L-3C-4) 101-1603-1 Indicator Light 101-2202 Friction Catch (Set) 101-2221 Thermostat: Harper-Wyman 101-2222 Rubber feet (4) (model 88-0220/ (L-8C) 101-1209 Rubber feet (4) (models 88-0200/ (L-3C), 88-0210/ (L-5C) 201-1209 Heating Elements: 600 Watt, 115 vol

Ele 88-0220/01 (L-8C-4)

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Category: Electric Ovens

ELE International, Inc. Chartmoor Road Chartwell Business PO Box 608 Park Loveland, CO 80539 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire USA LU7 4WG England Phone: (970) 663-9780 Phone: + (0) 1525 249200 Fax: (970) 663-9781 Fax: + (0) 1525 249249 E-Mail: soiltest@eleusa.com E-Mail: ele@eleint.co.uk Website: Website: InternationalInternational II. SET UP A. After unpacking the oven from its shipping carton, verify receipt of correct quantities of each component and carefully check for damage. If there are any

Ele 88-0210/02 (L-5C)

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Category: Electric Ovens

A slight adjustment may be necessary but this can be determined by the thermometer reading. C. Due to latent heat of the element(s) on initial warm-up, it is best to anticipate temperature rise at this point. Until the user becomes familiar with the equipment through use, one should set the thermostat so that it will cycle 10 to 20 degrees ahead of the desired operating temperature to dissipate the excessive heat of the element(s). The higher the desired temperature, the less anticipation is nee

Ele 88-0210/01 (L-5C-4)

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Category: Electric Ovens

C. Due to latent heat of the element(s) on initial warm-up, it is best to anticipate temperature rise at this point. Until the user becomes familiar with the equipment through use, one should set the thermostat so that it will cycle 10 to 20 degrees ahead of the desired operating temperature to dissipate the excessive heat of the element(s). The higher the desired temperature, the less anticipation is needed. The thermostat should be allowed to cycle at temperature a few times before using the o

Ele 88-0200/02 (L-3C)

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Category: Electric Ovens

B. Exterior oven surfaces may become hot when in use. C. Do not use extension cords with the oven. D. Do leave oven unattended during operation. E. Do not put drip tray or foil over fixed shelf in bottom of oven. Air must circulate freely around heating elements for proper operation. F. Do not operate oven without (4) rubber feet. Air must circulate freely underneath the cabinet for proper cooling of electrical components. IV. LOADING AND OPERATION A. Model 88-0200/ (L-3C) 1. Turn the thermostat

Ele 88-0200/01 (L-3C-4)

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Category: Electric Ovens

PO Box 608 Chartmoor Road Chartwell Business Park Loveland, CO 80539 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire USA LU7 4WG England Phone: (970) 663-9780 Phone: + (0) 1525 249200 Fax: (970) 663-9781 Fax: + (0) 1525 249249 E-Mail: soiltest@eleusa.com E-Mail: ele@eleint.co.uk Website: Website: InternationalInternational TABLE OF CONTENTS I. GENERAL INFORMATION 3 II. SETUP 4 III. CAUTION 5 IV. LOADING AND OPERATION 5 V. SPECIFICATIONS 7 VI. MODELS 8 PARTS LIST 9 Rev. 2: 10/04 ELE International, Inc. Distributo

Ele 45-9300

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Category: Shop Equipment

PO Box 608 Chartmoor Road Chartwell Business Park Loveland, CO 80539 Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire USA LU7 4WG England Phone: (970) 663-9780 Phone: + (0) 1525 249200 Fax: (970) 663-9781 Fax: + (0) 1525 249249 E-Mail: soiltest@eleusa.com E-Mail: ele@eleint.co.uk Website: Website: InternationalInternational TABLE OF CONTENTS I. GENERAL INFORMATION................................................................................................ 1 II. RELATED USER DOCUMENTATION.......................





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