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Grizzly
14-12-2013, 10:58 PM
Hi Guys.
I have been on the Williams website and downloaded their generic operations manual.
Which is basic to say the least, can anyone help.

The wiring diagram refers to a HC counter with a WUMC3 Controller.

If I remember from last week it's down at it's low limit of +4c.
I am pretty sure the NTC Air Probe has gone.
A little more info before I return would be good though!
Thanks.
Grizzly

Tayters
15-12-2013, 02:00 AM
Is this close? Controller is a 1 not a 3 but not sure if you still have an LAE type one.

http://ascateringsupplies.com/ASCateringFileUpload/pdf/WI%20THERM550.pdf.

Cheers,
Andy.

Grizzly
15-12-2013, 05:57 AM
Andy.
Thank You.
You are a star!
When posting this were you late to bed, or up early?
Or like me just come back from a Call out?

Anyways your info is Brilliant thanks.
Grizzly

install monkey
15-12-2013, 08:29 AM
posting at 2am is impressive andy- but grizzly being up ,online at 6am- now i know who to phone at daft o clock if i ever get a call out;)

Tayters
15-12-2013, 09:41 PM
Andy.
When posting this were you late to bed, or up early?
Or like me just come back from a Call out?


Ha, late to bed due to watching the 1982 classic Tron!
Been a while since I've had to perform miracles in the small hours, well on a fridge anyhow ;-)

Grizzly
15-12-2013, 10:27 PM
Great Minds Andy.
I watched Tron also, in preference to some other bit of theatre that was going on! ( X factor for those who don't know).
The miracle was on a 2,000.000 sq ft fridge, the ammonia alarm had gone off on first stage and could not be reset by site staff.
It's amazing how quiet the M5 is at 03.30 on a Sunday morning.
Thanks once again, its highly likely I shall be looking at the small fridge tomorrow.
Now at least I am better prepared thanks to you!
Cheers Grizzly.

Grizzly
23-12-2013, 08:05 PM
THANKS AGAIN ANDY!
I did not get to fit the new probe in the end as I was seconded to a bigger and more urgent problem.
My colleague though armed with the correct info!
Fitted the probe,cleaned the condenser and "Hey Presto!
"Jobs a good un!"
we get to inspect others in the same Kitchens as a result.

Happy Christmas one and all!
And for others, Hopefully you will get a break as well?
Grizzly

Tayters
23-12-2013, 11:15 PM
Good news then, hope he got a bacon sarnie as well!

Have a good crimbo,
Andy.