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ORC
ranges
built for safety and
functional a Propane and Natural Gas
models available Propane
models also operate on
butane
Piezo or electronic spark
ignition and safety pushto
turn controls on every burner
makes them virtually child
proof no standing pilot light
or matches required
a Thermocouple on each
burner provides 100 gas
shut off should flame ever be
e to exacting
ABYC Standards from
materials
stainless steel bronze and
brass to withstand a marine
environment and provide
years of trouble free service
FORCE 10s unique patented disappearing oven door on all full
size ranges is a real space saver
e Other features include
Solid cast brass burner diffusers
Positive oven door handle lock
Builtin control panel mounted oven thermometer
Swing up burner grill flat nonrecessed surface around
burners and removable oven rack hangers for easy clean up
True infrared radiant flame broiler
Optional accessories include dropin wood cutting boards to
maximize galley counterspace pot holders to keep pans from
sliding around or off the cooktop and handy bronze griddles to
cook on or use as a warming DROPIN STOVE 3 and 4 BURNER GALLEY RANGES
WlTH
CAT NO STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOORS
60120 Propane
CAT NO
60121 Natural Gas Overall dimensions
Width 2234
70350 3 Burners with Oven Broiler Propane
0 Space saving dropin design Depth 1334 78351 3 Burners with Oven Broiler Natural Gas
2 5000 BTU burners Height 61 4
Piezo spark ignition Cutout dimensions
0 Pushtoturn control valves Width 211 2
0 Thermocouple safety shutoff on Depth 121 2 3 and 4 BURNER GALLEY RANGES WlTH
each burner Height 61 2
Optional dropin Wood Cutting 0 Requires 38 fuel line with BLACK GLASS OVEN DOORS shown
Boards and Pot Holders are female flare fittings CAT NO
Shipping Weight 18 Ibs
available for this stove 0
71350 Burners with Oven Broiler
3 GALLEY RANGE WlTH 71351 3 Burners
with Oven Broiler Natural Gas
STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOOR shown CAT NO
CAT NO 71450 4 Burners with Oven Broiler
Propane
70250
Wiih Oven Broiler Propane 71451 4 Burners with Oven Broiler Natural Gas
70251
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas
0 Stainless steel 1 8000 BTU and 2 or 3 5000
BTU top
2BURNER GALLEY RANGE WlTH burners 5000 BTU oven burner
True infrared radiant flame broiler with
BLACK GLASS OVEN DOOR broiler pan
CAT NO Thermocouple safety shutoffs on all
burners and
Wiih oven Broiler Propane e Electronic ignition battery
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas
Pushtoturn control valves
Large 15 cu ft oven Control panel mounted oven
Stainless steel construction thermometer
1 5000 BTU and 1 8000 BTU top burner Patented hideaway oven doorPositive oven door
handle lock Overall dimensions
5000 BTU oven burner
Swingup burner grill flat nonrecessed surface around Width 211 4
True infrared radiant flame broiler with
burners and removable oven rack hangers for easy Depth 201 8
broiler pan
Overall dimensions cleanup Height 221 4
Thermocouple safety shutoffs on all burners and broiler
Width 211 4 0 Optional accessories include a handy dropin wood
Cutout dimensions
Electronic ignition battery Depth 1478 cutting board to
provide extra counter space functional Width 201 2
control valves
Height 221 4 pot holders to prevent pots from sliding around or off the Depth 1934
0 Large 13 cu f t oven control panel
Cutout dimensions cooking surface and a useful bronze griddle to cook on Height 211 4
mounted oven thermometer
Width 201 2 or use as a warming shelf Oven
Width 17
Patented hideaway oven doorPositive oven door
handle lock Depth 1412
Height 211 4 Depth 1312
Swingup burner grill flat nonrecessed surface around
Oven Height 1112
burners and removable oven rack hangers for easy
cleanup Width 17
Requires 3 8 fuel line with
Optional accessories include a handy dropin wood Depth 1134
female flare fittings
cutting board to provide extra counter space functional Height 111 2
Shipping Weight 85 Ibs
pot holders to prevent pots from sliding around or off the Requires 38 fuel line with
cooking surface and a useful bronze griddle to cook on female flare fitting
or use as a warming shelf Shipping Weight 77 Ibs
If the countertop has an overhang If the countertop has an overhang
notch it to fit side of stove notch it to fit side of stove
a 2 burner 14 a 2 burner 14
3 burner 19 3 burner 19
4 burner 19 4 burner 193h
CAT NO
86000
POT HOLDER ASSEMBLY
Mounts on countertop adjacent to stovetop or on stovetop flange to
prevent pots from sliding around or off cooktop
CAT NO
86003
BRONZE GRIDDLE
Fits all 3 and 4 burner ranges on this sheet Cooks bacon and eggs
pancakes burgers etc to perfection and doubles as a warming
shelf
WOOD CUlllNG BOARDS
Handy dropin slicing surface for cooktops Adds extra counterspace
when stove is not in use Can also be used on countertop to protect
the surface
CAT NO
86215 Wood Cutting Board for 2burner dropin stove
86220 Wood Cutting Board for 2burner builtin range
86230 Wood Cutling Board for 3 or 4 burner CONVERSION
KITS
Due to our ongoing commitment to quality safety and product improvement Propane to Natural Gas or Natural Gas to Propane
FORCE 10 reserves the right to modify or change without notice any materials conversion kits with complete instructions are available for all
equipment accessories andlor prices All measurements and illustrated on this sheet Model and serial numbers must be are approximate
when 10 MARINE LTD
23080 Hamilton British V6V 1C9
Tel 604 5220233
F a 604 5229608
Lithod in Canada
Photo courtesty of Pacific FORCE
FORCE 10 MARINE LTD
a valley forge company
dimensions Oven Overall dimensions Oven Overall dimensions Oven
Width 20 520 mm Width 17 432 mm Width 480 mm 1 9 Width 390 mm 15 Width 480 mm 1 9 Width 390 mm 15
Depth 14 370 mm Depth 1134 298 mm Depth 370 mm 14 Depth 300 mm 11 Depth 370 mm 14 Depth 300 mm 11
Height 21 553 mm Height 11 292 mm Height 500 mm 2 0 Height 245 mm 9 Height 550 mm 21 Height 295 mm 11
Cutout dimensions Large 13 cu ft oven Cutout dimensions 28 liter oven capacity Cutout dimensions Large 34 liter oven
for gimballed capacity 37 liters for gimballed 1Oft3 for gimballed capacity Designed
for W fuel Designed for W fuel Designed for W fuel
Width 22 560 mm line with W female Width 510 mm 2 0 line with W female Width 520 mm 20 line with W female
Depth 1 9 480 mm flare fitting Depth 460 mm 19 flare fitting Depth 480 mm 1 9 flare 22 558 mm
Shipping Weight Height 505 mm 2 0 Shipping Weight Height 558 mm 22 Shipping Weight
73 ibs 34 kg 28 kg 60 Ibs 34 kg 73 Ibs
North Amercian width available upon request
34 BURNER GALLEY RANGES
NORTH AMERICAN SlZE MODELS EUROPEAN COMPACT NEW EUROPEAN SlZE
dimensions Oven Overall dimensions Oven Overall dimensions
Oven
Width 20 520 mm Width 17 432 mm Width 480 mm 1 9 Width 390 mm 15 Width 480 mm 1 9 Width 390 mm 15
Depth 20 508 mm Depth 13 344 mm Depth 510 mm 2 0 Depth 345 mm 13 Depth 510 mm 2 0 Depth 345 mm 13
Height 21 553 mm Height 11 292 mm Height 500 mm 2 0 Height 245 mm 9 Height 550 mm 21 Height 295 mm 11
Cutout dimensions Large 15 cu ft oven Cutout dimensions 32 liter oven capacity Cutout dimensions Large 40 liter oven
for gimballed capacity 43 liters for gimballed 115ft3 for gimballed capacity Designed
for W fuel Designed for W fuel Designed for W fuel
Width 22 560 mm line with W female Width 510 mm 2 0 line with W female Width 520 mm 20 line with W female
Depth 21 533 mm flare fitting Depth 535 mm 21 flare fitting Depth 535 mm 21 flare 22 553 mm Shipping
Weight Height 505 mm 20 Shipping Weight Height 558 mm 22 Shipping Weight
82 Ibs 380 kg 32 kg 70 Ibs 372 kg 82 Ibs
North American width available upon request
3Burner Model Only
MODELS
NORTH AMERICAN SIZE MODELS EUROPEAN SIZE GALLEY RANGE WlTH STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOOR shown
60200
With Oven Propane piezo ignition 60205 With Oven Propane piezo ignition
60201
With Oven Natural Gas piezo ignition 60206
With Oven Natural Gas piezo ignition
60250 With Oven Broiler Propane 60255
With Oven Broiler Propane
60251
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas 60256
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas
60257 With Oven Broiler NEW
60258
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas Compact GALLEY RANGE WlTH BLACK GLASS OVEN DOOR
61200
With Oven Propane piezo ignition 61205
With Oven Propane piezo ignition
61201
With Oven Natural Gas piezo ignition 61206
With Oven Natural Gas piezo ignition
61250
With Oven Broiler Propane 61255
With Oven Broiler Propane
61251
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas 61256
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas
61257
With Oven Broiler Propane Compact NEW
61258
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas Compact GALLEY RANGE WlTH STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOOR
60300
With Oven Propane 60355
With Oven Broiler Propane
60301
With Oven Natural Gas 60356
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas
60350
With Oven Broiler Propane 60357
With Oven Broiler Propane Compact NEW
60351
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas 60358 With Oven Broiler Natural Gas Compact GALLEY RANGE WlTH BLACK GLASS OVEN DOOR shown
61300
With Oven Propane 61355
With Oven Broiler Propane
61301 With Oven Natural Gas 61356
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas
61350
With Oven Broiler Propane 61357
With Oven Broiler NEW
61351
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas 61358 With Oven Broiler Natural Gas Compact GALLEY RANGE WlTH STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOOR
60450 With Oven Broiler Propane EUROPEAN SlZE
60451
With Oven Broiler Natural Gas NOT GALLEY RANGE WlTH BLACK GLASS OVEN DOOR
61450 With Oven Broiler Propane EUROPEAN SIZE
61451 With Oven Broiler Natural Gas NOT ACCESSOR
WOOD CUTTING BOARDS 86215 Wood Cutting Board for
2burner dropin stove
Fits all 3 and 4 burner ranges on this Adds extra counterspace when stove is
not in use Can also be used on 86225 Wood CuHing Board for 2
sheet Cooks bacon and eggs pancakes
countertop to protect the surface burner gimballed stove
burgers etc to perfection and doubles as
86235 Wood CuHing Board for 3 or
a warming shelf
4 burner gimballed ranges built for safety
and functional convenience
Propaneand Natural Gas models available
Propane models also operate on butane
Piezo or electronic spark ignition and safety
pushtoturn controls on every burner makes
them virtually childproof no standing pilot light
or matches required
each burner provides 100 gas
shut off should flame ever be exact ABYC Standards Made
from materials stainless
steel bronze and brass to withstand a marine
environment and provide years of trouble free
service
FORCE 10s unique patented disappearing oven
door on all full size ranges is a real space saver
maintains true gimbal balance whether oven
door is open or closed No springs
Other features include
Porcelain burner diffusers
Counter height gimbal lock
Positive two position oven door handle lock NEW
Improved swing up burner grill NEW
Flat nonrecessed surface around burners
and removable oven rack hangers for easy
clean up
Infrared radiant flame broiler on some
models
Adjustable pot holders on all models
Available in North American and European sizes
REPLACEMENT PARTS
CONVERSION KlTS
Propaneto Natural Gas or Natural Gas to Propane
conversion kits with complete instructions are availablefor all stoves
illustrated on this sheet
CRUISING KlTS
When taking an extended offshore cruise plan to take along one of these
kits which include an assortment of repair and replacement parts which
will enable a range to be put back in service should a problem arise
THERMOCOUPLE KITS
Replacement thermocouples for FORCE 10 Propane and Natural Gas
appliances with installation INTERNATIONAL ADAPTOR KlTS
OTHER REPLACEMENT PARTS Propanegas pressures can vary depending on country of Caps Ignition
Button This may necessitatea change to your propane tank regulator and a
Burner Grills Piezo Ignition need to adapt your galley range to the new Thermometer
Orifices and burner baskets are available upon request
Oven Rack
Oven Heat ordering any replacement parts or kits model number of appliance and serial number must be
FORCE 10 MARINE LTD
a valley forge company
YOUR LOCAL FORCE 10 DEALER
Manufacturers of quality stainless steel marine appliances
23080 Hamilton Rd o Richmond BC Canada V6V 1C9 o 6045220233 e Fax Pride in our work at no extra charge
Due to our ongoing commitment to quality safety and product improvement FORCE 10 reserves the right to 3
modify or change without notice any materials applications equipment accessories andor prices All
measurements and weights are approximate
ranges
built for safety and
functional e Propane and Natural Gas
models available Propane
models also operate on
butane
a Piezo or electronic spark
ignition and safety pushto
turn controls on every burner
makes them virtually child
proof no standing pilot light
or matches required
a Thermocouple on each
burner provides 100 gas
shut off should flame ever be
a to exacting
ABYC Standards from
materials
stainless steel bronze and
brass to withstand a marine
environment and provide
years of trouble free service
a FORCE 10s unique patented disappearing oven door on all full
size ranges is a real space saver
a Other feature include
Solid cast brass burner diffusers
Positive oven door handle lock
Builtin control panel mounted oven thermometer
Swing up burner grill flat nonrecessed surface around
burners and removable oven rack hangers for easy clean up
True infrared radiant flame broiler
Optional accessories include dropin wood cutting boards to
maximize galley counterspace pot holders to keep pans from
sliding around or off the cooktop and handy bronze griddles to
cook on or use as a warming DROPIN STOVE 3 and 4 BURNER GALLEY RANGES
WlTH
CAT NO STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOORS
60120 Propane
CAT NO
60121 Natural Gas
Overall dimensions
Width 22314
70350 3 Burners with Oven Broiler Propane
o Space saving dropin design Depth 13314 70351 3 Burners with Oven Broiler Natural Gas
o 2 5000 BTU burners Height 61 14
a Piezo spark ignition Cutout dimensions
0 Pushtoturn control valves Width 2111 2
o Thermocouple safety shutoff on Depth 12112 3 and 4 BURNER GALLEY RANGES WITH
Height 61 1 2
each burner
Optional dropin Wood Cutting o Requires 3 1 8 fuel line with BLACK GLASS OVEN DOORS shown
Boards and Pot Holders are female flare fittings CAT NO
Shipping Weight 18 Ibs
available for this stove 0
71350 3 Burners with Oven Broiler GALLEY RANGE WlTH 71351 3
Burners with Oven Broiler Natural Gas
CAT NO
STAINLESS STEEL OVEN DOOR shown
CAT NO 71450 4 Burners with Oven Broiler Propane
70250
Wiih oven Broiler Propane 71451 4 Burners with Oven Broiler Natural Gas
70251
Wiih Oven Broiler Natural Gas
o Stainless
steel 0 1 8000 BTU and 2 or 3 5000 BTU top
2BURNER GALLEY RANGE WITH burners 5000 BTU oven burner
0 True infrared radiant flame broiler with
BLACK GLASS OVEN DOOR broiler pan I
CAT NO a Thermocouple safety shutoffs on all 22
burners and
Wiih oven Broiler Propane o Electronic ignition battery 1
Wiih Oven Broiler Natural Gas
Pushtoturn control valves
o Large 15 cu ft oven control panel mounted oven
Stainless steel construction

1 5000 BTU and 1 8000 BTU top burner 0 Patented hideaway oven door1Positive oven door
Overall dimensions
5000 BTU oven burner handle lock
Width 211 14
0 True infrared radiant flame broiler with a Swingup burner grill flat nonrecessed surface
around
Depth 201 18
broiler pan burners and removable oven rack hangers for easy
Overall dimensions Height 221 14
0 Thermocouple safety shutoffs on all burners and broiler cleanup
Width 21114 Cutout dimensions
0 Electronic ignition battery Optional
accessories include a handy dropin wood
Depth 14718 Width 20112
control valves cutting board to provide extra counter space
functional
Height 221 14 Depth 19314
0 Large 13 cu ft oven control panel
pot holders to prevent pots from sliding around or off the
Cutout dimensions Height 211 14
mounted oven thermometer cooking surface and a useful bronze griddle to
cook on
Width 201 12 or use as a warming shelf Oven
Patented hideaway oven door1Positive oven door
Width 17
handle lock Depth 14112
Height 211 14 Depth 13112
o Swingup burner grill flat nonrecessed surface around
Oven Height 11112
burners and removable oven rack hangers for easy
cleanup Width 17
0 Requires 3 1 8 fuel line with
0 Optional accessories include a handy dropin wood
Depth 11314 female flare fittings
cutting board to provide extra counter space functional Height 111 I 2
Shipping Weight 85 Ibs
pot holders to prevent pots from sliding around or off the 0 Requires 318 fuel line with
cooking surface and a useful bronze griddle to cook on female flare fitting
or use as a warming shelf a Shipping Weight 77 Ibs
Ifthe countertop has an overhang If the countertop has an overhang
notch it to fit side of stove notch it to fit side of stove
a 2 burner 14 a 2 burner 14
3 burner 19 4 burner 19
4 burner 19
CAT NO
POT HOLDER ASSEMBLY
Mounts on countertop adjacent to stovetop or on stovetop flange to
prevent pots from sliding around or off cooktop
CAT NO
86003
BRONZE GRIDDLE
Fits all 3 and 4 burner ranges on this sheet Cooks bacon and eggs
pancakes burgers etc to perfection and doubles as a warming
shelf
WOOD CUlllNG BOARDS
Handy dropin slicing surface for cooktops Adds extra counterspace
when stove is not in use Can also be used on countertop to protect
the surface
CAT NO
86215 Wood Cutting Board for bbumer dropin stove
86220 Wood Cutting Board for Bbumer builtin range
86230 Wood Cutting Boar
d for 3 or 4 burner CONVERSION KITS
Due to our ongoing commitmentto quality safety and product improvement Propane to Natural Gas or Natural Gas to Propane
FORCE 10 reserves the right to modify or change without notice any materials conversion kits with complete instructions are available for all
stoves
accessories andor prices All measurements and
weights are approximate
illustrated on this sheet Model and serial numbers must be provided
when ordering
FORCE 10 MARINE LTO
23080 Hamilton Road
Richmond British Columbia
Canada V6V 1C9
Tel 604 5220233
F a 604 5229608
Lithod in Canada
Quality crafted of durable
stainless steel to resist
the corrosive effects of
harsh marine Burn with an odorless hot blue flame using 2 diesel or kerosene
0 Special restrictors are make burners nonsurging
Liftup burner grills and flat nonrecessed surface around burners
make lighting and cleaning a breeze
o Countertop stove has builtin fuel tank
0 Ranges feature
Easy to read accurate control panel mounted oven
Positive oven door handle locks for security no springs to
give way when in motion
Removable oven bottoms for easy clean up of spills
Pot holders to keep pots from sliding
Double vented oven for even CAT NO
40 I 24 2BURNER COUNTERTOP DIESEL STOVE
also operates on Kerosene
0 Clean uncluttered styling complements any cabin Dimensions
0 Stainless steel construction with brass trim Height 5314 145 mm
o Builtin pressurized fuel tank with gauge Length 201I 8 510 mm
o Liftup toprack provides easy access for lighting and Width 1 8 330 mm
cleaning Shipping Weight 16 Ibs 73 kg
CAT NO
40204 2BURNER DIESEL GALLEY RANGE
also operates on Kerosene Dimensions
Stainless steel construction with brass trim Height 21 535 mm
o Liftlock top makes lighting and cleaning Width 21 535 mm
a breeze Depth 131I 2 345 mm
o Builtin pot holders keep pots from sliding around Oven
or off top 08 ft3
0 Includes 6 of 114 fuel line with female flare fitting 9 h x 15Ww x l O W d
on each end 24 1
o Gimbal locking pin 230 mmx395 mmx265 mm
0 Oven is double vented for even heating has 0 Shipping Weight 63 Ibs 286 kg
accurate thermometer heat indicator a removable
bottom tray for easy cleanup of spills and a
door
Uses pressurized 2 diesel fuel or pressurized
kerosene companion fuel tank available I
separately
Includes spare burner spare burner parts 7 s 4 p
and tools
CAT NO Dimensions
40304 IBURNER DIESEL Height 21 535 mm
Width 21 535 mm
GALLEY RANGE Depth 2 0 510 rnm
also operates on Kerosene Oven
08 ft3
0 Includes all features of 2burner range plus 9hx 1 5
x 10Wd
Removable nonleaded bronze griddle fits
over rear third of the range top making it 24 1
230 mmx395 mmx265 mm
possible to simmer 2 or 3 pots at once Diesel
Shipping Weight 75 Ibs 341 kg
and kerosene produce a very hot flame
making it difficult to simmer foods on an open
burner Griddle is also a convenient cooking
surface for toast pancakes bacon and eggs
burgers etc
0 The cut off back design permits 40 swing with
only 2 clearance behind the range
CATN0 PRESSURIZED
Due to our ongoing commitment to quality safety
40000 FUEL TANK
and product improvement FORCE 10 reserves the
o Quickly and easily pressurized with a
right to modify or change without notice any
materials equipment accessories bicycle pump
andlor prices All measurements and weights are a Welded steel primed and painted for
approximate
corrosion resistance
Easy to read pressure gauge
FORCE 10 MARINE LTD o Requires 114 fuel line with 114 female
23080 Hamilton Road flare fitting
Richmond British Columbia Capacity 2 US Gallons 75 liters
Dimensions
Canada V6V 1C9 Height 15 380 mm
Tel 6045220233 Diameter 8 200 rnm
Fax 604 5229608 0 Shipping Weight 7 Ibs 32 kg
Lithod in Canada
SAFETY AND XNSTALCATIW 3
Gas Pressures 3
Propane LPO Fuel Qystem 9
Natural Gas CNG Fuel System 1
Fuel System Testing LPG and CNG d
Galley Range I n s t a l l a t i o n General 8
Gimbal Models 18
OPERATfNQ V W A IALLEY RANQE
L i g h t i n g t h e Range Top Burners 11
L i g h t i n g t h e Oven end B r o i l e r Burnerb 32
S e t t i n g t h e Oven Temperature 12
Gas Smell 34
Inadequate Heat Flame eurning Low o r Qae Out 14
I g n i t i o n System F a i l s t o Spark o r Beglns t o Spark
Slowly 15
Burner Control Valve F a i l s t o Stay Open When Valve
Control Knob i s Released 95
REPLACINQ THE THEW PLE 18
Tools Required 18
General I n f o r m a t i o n 16
Replacement I n s t r u c t i o n s 14
HARRAMTY 29
SAFETY AND I N S T A L L A T I O N
Some Force 10 Gal ley Range models are speci f i c a l l Y equipped t o burn
l i q u i d propane gas LPG w h i l e o t h e r models are equipped t o use
compressed n a t u r a l gas CtlG CllG and LPG are p o t
fuels I t i s t h e r e f o r e importbnt t o ensure t h a t t h e model you have
FORCE 10 GOURMET QALLEYRANQE selected i s the c o r r e c t one f o r t h e type o f f u e l system you intend
t o use I f n a t u r a l gas i s used i n a propane stove t h e burner
PROPANE AND NATURAL OAS MODELS flames w i l l be inadequate f o r cooking I f propane i s used I
stove F i t t e d f o r C N G burner flames w i l l be unacceptably and
dangerously high
decommended i n s t a l l a t i o n s f o r both LPG and CElG systems are o u t l i n e d
i n t h i s manual Follow o n l y the i n s t r u c t i o n s which are applicable
t o your s p e c i f i c model o f Galley Range
I f a t some f u t u r e date you want t o convert your L PG or CNG range t o
Thank you f o r s e l e c t i n g t h e Force 10 Gourmet Galley Range Your the o t h e r f u e l a c o n v e r i o nk i t can be
obtained from Force 10
u n i t was c a r e f u l l y inspected and t e s t e d a t our f a c t o r y
we take The model and s e r i a l numbers o f your range are required t o o b t a i n
p r i d e i n producing one o f t h e f i n e s t and s a f e s t gas ranges the correct k i t See page 2 9 f o r marine
Propane and n a t u r a l gas are e x c e l l e n t and convenient g a l l e y f u e l s
i f used i n accordance w i t h t h e i n s t a l l a t i o n and safety o f t h e c o n t i n u i n g refinement o f our product designs your
l i s t e d i n t h i s manual I f these procedures are ignored t h e r e i s a
range may possess features n o t discussed i n t h e manual T h i s danger o f f i r e and explosioq We
havedone our best t o design and
p o s s i b i l i t y aside however w e have t r i e d t o supply a l l t h e construct your Gourmet Galley Range t o be the s a f e s
t marine g a l l e y
i n f o r m a t i o n you might need so please take t i m e t o read t h i s manual range a v a i l a b l e You can do your p a r t t
o ensure safety by
before i n s t a l l i n g and u s i n g your range f o l l o w i n g these I n s t a l l a t i o n and t e
s t i n g procedures
A l l valves both tank and solenoid must be closed when t h e boat i s
Force 10 advises s t r o n g l y against unauthorized m o d i f i c a t i o n o f t h i s unattended They muet a l s o be closed
immediately i n any b u t w e do encourage you t o c o r r e c t problems whfch may Force 10 recommends i n a d d i t i o n t
h a t manual c y l i n d e r valves be
a r i s e by undertaking t h e simple r e p a i r s and maintenance described closed w h i l e appliances are n o t i n operation
i n t h i s manual
most important reason f o r reading t h e manual c a r e f u l l y i s t h a t Propane gas pressures c a n vary depending on country o f
o r i g i n
many o f i t s i n s t r u c t i o n s a r e e s s e n t i a l t o t h e safe operation o f This may necessitate a change t o your propane tank r
e g u l a t o r and a
your range need t o adapt your g a l l e y range t o t h e new
pressure The f o l l o w i n g
i s a l i s t o f o r i f i c e s and a v a i l a b l e f o r
d i f f e r e n t any question a r i s e t h a t I s n o t addreseed i n t h i s manual w e
ask t h a t you contact your dealer o r ourselves quoting both t h e Country FESSW O
r i f i c e Sizes
mode1 and t h e s e r i a l number p r i n t e d on t h e product i d e n t i f i c a t i o n
l a b e l located on t h e s i d e o f your range mbar W C Sm Burner
Lg Burner Broiler
11 America 28 11 P77 PI00 68
U K 28 11 a77 IOU 160
We welcome any o p p o r t u n i t y t o be o f assistance France 37 141 71
It90 162
Germany 50 20 1160 U80 58
NATURAL QAS PRESSURE
FORCE 10HARINE LTD
23080 H u r i l t o n Road
R I C h M d 8C
Canada V6V 1C9 mbar JC Sm Burner Lg Burner Broiler
Telephone 604 5220233
Fax 6045229808
11 America 45 18 lo8 0 142 0107
Our Galley Ranges are b u i l t f o r t l o r t h American pressure and o r i t i c e
sizes unless s p e c i f i c a l l y ordered f o r a d i f f e r e n t county Adapter
k i t s are a v a i l a b l e from Force 10 Marine l t d
8 Statting ftSom the propane tank itself t l e fuel l i n e
attachments shoultl t h e r e f o r e occupy the f o l i o w i n o u o s i t i o n s
a t h e manual c y l i n d e r valve 0 t h e solenoid c the
pressure gauge d the r e g u l a t o r and e the Rat these i n s t r u c t i o n s for propane 1 I 1 l e y Ranges only
G TANK SOLENOID
SHUTOFF
VALVE
fi VALVfj Buy your c y l i n d e r gauge master soencylcf valve and hoss from a
I
reputable marine dealer o r your local L PG service S t a t i o n
Dont use u n r e l i b l eo r wornout We recommend s p e c i f i c a l l y t h a t only a tilgll a u a l i t y r e g u l a t o r be
used w i t h your Force 10 Galley Ranac I t must be set a t 11
REGULATOR
water column A higher pressure could t i s u l t i n a dangerously
h i g h flame s e t t i n g I f you question tlle q u a l i t y or Pressure
under cap
s e t t i n g of the regulator please have i t inspected by Your
local L PG service s t a t i o n
2 Locate the c y l i n d e r and r e g u l a t o r i n a housing vented t o t h e
open a i r p r e f e r a b l y on t h e deck or cabin t o p i s o l a t e d from
t h e h u l l i n t e r i o r by a vaportight enclosure RECOPMENDED LPG
SYSTEM INSTALLATION
Propane i s heavier than a i r I t car1 therefore accumulate a t 9 A f f i x the c a u t i o n l a b e l
p l a t e supplied
w i t h your Galley Range
t h e bottom of enclosed compartments despite the p r o v i s i o n o f i n t h e immediate v i c i n i t y
o f the gas c y l i n d e r i n a place where
overhead v e n t i l a t i o n To allow i t t o d r a i n Safely overboard i t w i l l be p l a i n l y v i s i
b l e
t h e housing i n which t h e c y l i n d e r i s i t i s t a l l e d must be vented
a t the bottom w i t h a p i p e o r hose of a t l e a s t 1 1D running 10 I f t h e range i s a gimballed model t
h e gas supply l i n e should
on a downward slope t o an o u t l e t on the h u l l e x t e r i o r be f l e x i b l e f i r e r e s i
s t a n t hose UL o r CGA approved f o r use
p o s i t i o n e d above t h e water l i n e and a t l e a s t two feet d i s t a n t w i t h propane systems w i t h 38
forged fenlale f l a r e n u t s
from any h u l l opening t o t h e boat i n t e r S i o ror engine exhaust machine crimped onto each end
We recommend t h e i n s t a l l a t i o n of a vapor monitor s n i f f e r on I fyour range i s a b u i l t i n s t
y l e you should use e i t h e r s o f t
your boat w i t h a l l propane fueled devices copper t u b i n g o r a ULCGA
approved gas hose w i t h 3BW forged
female f l a r e n u t s machine crimped onto each end
3 Propane i s a twophase 1i q u i d v w o r f u e l and only vapor
withdranal from the tank i s s a f e Firmly mount c y l i n d e r r i g h t
Because every connection i s a p o t e n t i a l leak t h e f u e l l i n e
s i d e UP t o ensure t h a t l i q u i d withdrawal does not Occur
should be one continuous length o f hose o r tubing W NOT MAKE
A T o f f any f u e l l i n e between an e x i s t i n g appliance and t h e
4 W e recommend t h a t a solenoid valve r h i c h can be c o n t r o l l e d by gas c y l i n d e r t o feed
another appliance
a s w i t c h located i n your cabin be i R s t a l l e d next t o t h e manual
c y l i n d e r valve The c y l i n d e r valve o u t l e t and the 12volt DC
11 Be sure n o t t o k i n k t h e hose o r p i p i n g connecting t h e r e g u l a t o r
solenoid valve should be clean and drr when they are connected
w i t h t h e Range by bending i t t o o s h a r p l y during i n s t a l l a t i o n
t o each other Unnecessary attempts t o seal t h i s connection
remember t h a t t h e pressure on t h e downstream s i d e o f t h e
w i t h substances l i k e p i p e dope o r t e f o n tape can r e s u l t i n t h e
r e g u l a t o r i s l e s s than 12 PSI
i n t r o d u c t i o n o f foreign m a t e r i a l s 3ntq the system t h a t can p l u g
t h e t i n y appliance o r i f i c e s 12 P r o t e c t t h e hose against v i b
r a t i o n and damage by securing i t
t i g h t l y t o bulkheads and h u l l s i d e w i t h noncorrosive t i e s o r
5 Tighten t h e solenoid valve to t f c y l i n d e r valve o u t l e t clamps which w i l l n o t c
u t abrade o r pinch i t
properly Use a 78 o r adjustabi r e n c h
not a p a i r of
pliers
and apply approximately 50 ft pounds of torque O n gimbal models t h e l a s t two f e e t of
the downstream end o f
t h e hose should be unattached t o bulkheads o r t h e h u l l side t o
6 A 0300 PSI pressure gauge i n s t a l l e d next t o t h e a l l o w t h e Range t o
swing f r e e l y on i t s gimbals
solenoid valve on i t s downstream r i d e Again the f i t t i n g s
should be clean and dry t i s not pcessarY t o US pipe dope
13 Fuel l i n e s must be p r o t e c t e d by c l o s e f i t t i n g grommets and
o r t e f l o n tape f o r these connections sealants where they pass through
decks o r bulkheads and the
passage must be made v a p o r t i g h t
7 I n s t a l l ttln r e g u l a t o r downstream f7w the Pressure 9alJ9e w i t h
i t 9 vent Port p o i n t i n g O l n r
protzted
d from Spray O r deck They should be i n s t a l l e d so t h a t they are r e a d i l y accessible t o
wash t o prevent water f r o m e n t e r i r g the f u e l System thraugli
inspection
NATURAL CAS CI1G FUEL SYSTEM
plainly visible
Fo 1 low these instruct ions for natura 1 gas mode 1 Ga 1 ley Ranges on 7y 1 1 Fuel line must bea type recommended for natural gas This
line may be purchased through any of the natural gas dealers in
the US If you have any problems or questions regarding the
1 Buy your cylinder gauge regulator and fuel line from a fuel line or fuel system contact
reputable marine dealer or your local CNG service station
Dont use unreliable or wornout equipment
East
Coast westcoast
GORP BROS IIIC GAS SYSTEMS ItIC
2 Choose a CtJG cylinder location away from any potential fire 1 Brook Street 5361 Production Drive
hazard such as a gasoline fueled engine hot manifold or Providence RI 02903 Huntington Beach CA 92649
exhaust riser Should the CNG cylinder be adjacsnt to a fire Tel 401 3318020 Tel i 1 4 8912411
and a safety valve rupture disc reach 212 F and 3775 psi the
disc would rupture and the gas contained in the cylinder would 12 Push approved CbIG hose onto the barbed brass fitting on the GHQ
add to the fire already in progress outlet connection on the regulation system Be sure the hose
goes on all the way to the plastic guard CtlG hose seals well
3 As CtIC is always a vapor
without a relief valve
all CIJG cylinders are designed when it is pushed over the proper size barbed fitting hose
clamps are unnecessary and should not be used
4 The CtIG cylinders should be securely mounted either 13 Run the hose from the CtlG regulation system to the appliance
vertically or horirontally out of the way in an accessible with 6 minimum radius turns so the hose does not kink and cut
area for easy operation of CNG cylinder valve observation of off or reduce the fuel supply causing operation
CNG cylinder pressure gauge and for CIIG cylinder removal of the range Note Fuel pressure is less than 14 psi
5 As each standard ClJG cylinder contains less thermal energy than 14 Use only continuous lengths of hose from the regulation system
two gallons of alcohol or kerosene fuel but without their to the appliance with no tees or splices Keep the number of
potential hazard of liquid leaks or spillage into the bilge fittings to an absolute minimum Every connection is a
the CIIG cylinder may be located in the area of the boat which potential leak
would be suitable for the location of a pressurized alcohol or
kerosene tank See American Boat and Yacht Council Safety 15 Keep hose away from heat or abrasion Use plastic ties or
Standards for Small Craft Section A22 for clamps to secure the hose to the boat structure or bulkheads
covering CtlG Copies may be ordered direct from ABYC 405 Fuel lines must be protected by closefitting grommet9 and
Headquarters Drive Suite 3 Nillersville MD 21108 telephone sealants where they pass through decks or bulkheads and the
301 passage must be made vaportight
NOTE By Law the CtIG cylinder valve outlet fitting r rritl its They should be installed so that they are readily accessible to
protective cap and chain and the regulation system nut have inspection
lofthand threads The cap and nut are so marked w i t h a slot
6 The CIIG cylinder valve outlet fitting does not require pipe SECOND STAGE
dope or Teflon tape and should be clean and dry when attached REGULATOR
to the regulation system nut to keep foreign materials out of
the system PRESSURE GAUGE
FUEL HOSE
7 Use a 10 crescent wrench to tighten the regulation system nut COI4NECTIOtI FITTING
to the CtlG cylinder and valve connection Tighten the nut as
you would a welding tank or C02 cylinder using approximately REGULATION SYSTEM
50 pounds torque COEIIIECTION FITTItlG
Lefthand threads
If the CllC cylinders is to be located on deck or exposed to
water spray point the regulation system so that water cannot
run into the second stage gray regulator vent or into the
body of the pressure gauge CYLItlDER VALVE
9 If the CtlG cylinders is to be located inside a cabin CNG Cylinder can be mounted
enclosed in a lazarette hatch or in an area with little horizontally or vertically
wentilation you must supply ample overhead ventilation in case
of a leak or regulator malfunction CtiQ SYSTEM Affix tlle caution label supplied with
your Galley Range in the
immediate vicinity of the cylinder in a place Nhere it will be
GALLEY RANGE INSTALLATION GENtrrmr
Before installing your Range fill ou t Warranty
Registration Form wlich i s printed on the inside back cover of
FUEL SYSTEM TESTICNQ CLPG AND CNG
this manual and send it back to Force 10 within 10 days of
purchase Keen your model and serial numbers handy as they
will be required when ordering parts or requesting service
Test your fuel system for loaks each time the cylinder supply are opened for appliance use
Do not locate cabinet storage units or any combustible surfaces
at any point directly above the range
Use the following procedure for the test
Force 10 recommends a 30 clearance between the rangetop and
any unprotected combustible cabin top or bulkhead This
First close all range burner valves by turning the controls to clearance may be reduced to a 20 minimum if the overhead
the Off position Next open both the manual cylinder and combustible surface is shielded with at least 1 4 thick flame
solenoid valves n d make a note of the reading on the pressure retardant millboard topped with not less than 140 28 MSG sheet
gauge 14ow close the manual cylinder valve The pressure steel 0015 inch thick stainless steel 0024 inch thick
shou1dremain constant for at least 10 minutes If it doesnt aluminum or 0020 inch thick copper
gas is l e k i n gout of the system somewhere
Gas consumes oxygen in the process of combustion For this
reason t is essential t o vantilats any enclosure in nhich you
The leaks should be located by applying a mixture of liquid plan t o use your Gallay Range We recommend that at least nine
detergent and water to and other suspect points square inches of fresh air ventilation be provided in the
and checking for bubbles Do not attempt to locart9 leaks by vicinity of the range
using an open flame Repair and retest the system before
putting it into operation Although your Galley Range i s equipped with a thermocouple
device uhich will automatically turn off the gas supply to any
burner which might be accidentally extinguished Force 10
specifically warns that your range should not be used as a
For more detailed general instructions on the installation of cabin or living space and CtIG systems on boats please refer to the
American Boat
and Yacht Councils pamphlets A1 and A22 respectively These Force 10 manufactures a cabin heater specifically designed for
pamphlets may be ordered direct from ABYC Suite 3 405 the purpose of heating living space which is equipped with Drive Millersville
MD 21108 305 an oxygen depletion sensor which will automatically turn off
the gas supplyif the oxygen level in the cabin should fall
more than 5 below the normal level and b a stack t o exhaust
water vapor and carbon dioxide which would
otherwise saturate the air and create a humid greenhouse
atmosphere in the cabin Snterior extreme condensation around
portholes hatches and on the exposed hull side are thn usual
signs For functional reasons these design features
essential to the safe and comfortable operating of a cabin
space heater are not tncorporated into the Galley Range
The hinged burner grill and frame structure at the top of your
range will become very hot during operation of the range top
burners do not attempt to swing up or lift it without wearing
oven mitts Keep children and pets well away from the range
when it is hot
The whole range including the oven door becomes hot when the
oven is being operated The top portion of the beck of tho
range become6 very hot during oven operaton Do not contact
it with unprotected sktn
Always keep a Class ABC fire extinguisher mounted close by your
Galley Range Grease fires should be extinguished by
smothering them with baking soda or by using the ABC Class
fire OPERATING YOUR QALLEY RANGE
This sectfon only applies to models desfgned for suspensfon from
gimbal bolts
Be sure to install the gimbal wall brackets so that your range will LIQHTIHG THE RANGE TOP BURNERS
hang in the desired position in relation to both countertops and
adjacent cabinets or bulkheads For 3 or 4 burner models there 1 Before lighting please ensure burner caps are placed On
should be at least 1 clearance between the back of the rang9 and burners
the nearest wall or bulkhead to allow free gimbal action For 2
burner models 412 clearance is required for free gimbal action 2 Read and comply with all safety instructions in the vicinity of
the gas cylinder on the inside of the oven door and in this
Please refer to s e p a r t ediagram and installation instruction sheet manual
for the mounting dimensions and procedures for your specific model
of range 3 Turn all burner control knobs to the O f f installing the wall
brackets and placing the range in 4 Open the manual cylinder and solenoid valves Turn the drill a 38 hole for the sliding bolt
gimbal loclc If cylinder valve in the direction and switch
the cabinet or fitting is not strong enough to hold the range the solenoid valve to the open in the locked position install a
metal plate supplisd
or a wooden block with a 38 hole 5 Push in control knob and turn it to High At
the same time push the spark ignition button small button
The bolt should be locked into the adjoining cabinet or bulkhead beside control knobs until the burner is lit
whenever the range is not in use to prevent it from swinging in
rough seas The bolt can be locked into either the in or out 6 Continue holding the burner control knob in for about by turning the knob
clockwise 20 seconds after ignition This will heat the thermocouple
and allow the gas valve to stay open The thermocouple Is
BUILTIN FIODELS designed to cut off the gas supply to the burner if the flame
should accidentally be
This section applies only to bui ItIn models This arrangement also ensures that the range is childproof to
the extent that simple twisting of the control knobs will not
Please refer to separate diagram and installation instruction sheet light any burners or allow gas to enter your boat Most other
for the mounting dimensions and procedures for your specific model stove brands do not have this invaluable safety feature
of range
7 If the electronic ignition fails turn the burner O f f and apply
On builtin model stoves you must ventilate the back of the stove a lit match or lighter to it before turning it back to the This can
be done by cutting holes at the side of the of the enclosure or across the back
Sometimes the burner will sputter for a while before people do a very neat job of installing our builtin stove Give your range a few
seconds t o purge the air out of the gas
however please realize your stove burners use a lot of oxygen make sure you have access holes to supply plenty of fresh
air either below the stove or through the adjacent cabinet side 8 You should now be able to set the flame to any desired level
panels Minimum required area is 10 square inches Lift the between Hfgh and Lon by turning the control knob further in the
hinged top burner grill and you will see the mounting holes direction
9 To turn off the burner turn the control knob clockwise to the
O f f position
10 You must shut off both the solenoid and the manual gas cylinder
valves whenever your vessel is unattended or if there i s an
emergency Force 10 recommends in addition that you shut the
cylinder valves off wtjenever your Galley Range is not in use
LIQHTft HE OVEN At40 BROILER BURNERS
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
1 It i s e s s e n t i a l t o t h e proper operation o f yoiir oven t h a t the
c a s t aluminum heat p l a t e be placed i n t h e middle o f the lowest
rack i n t h e oven t o ensure even heat d i s t r i b u t i o n Do n o t p u t
t h i s p l a t e d i r e c t l y on t h e oven burner o r you may melt it
Your Galley Range i s constructed o f one o f t h e
resistant stainless steels available However t h e surfaces can be
2 L i g h t t h e oven burner u s i n g t h e procedure described in damaged i f t h e proper care i s n o t given
Please follow these
i n s t r u c t i o n s 1 t o 5 f o r l i g h t i n g t h e range top burners
maintenance suggestions and you w i l l have a good looking appliance
f o r years t o come
3 Close the oven door c a r e f u l l y t o ensure t h a t t h e oven burner
w i l l not be 1 Do n o t use any abrasive
chemical cleaners on t h e i n s i d e o r
4 Before l i g h t i n g t h e b r o i l e r burner n o t a v a i l a b l e i n a l l o u t s i d e o f your range Any
household l i q u i d cleaner i s
models make sure t h a t the oven rack has been adjusted t o recommended
p o s i t i o n your food a t t h e desired h e i g h t
5 L i g h t the b r o i l e r burner using t h e same procedure 2 Use a c l e a n c l o t h o r sponge t o
apply cleaners
6 Remember t h a t b r o i l i n g i s a r a p i d process BROIL WITH T H E D O OR
OPEN check your food o f t e n and do n o t run t h e b r o i l e r f o r
3 Remove s t a i n s as q u i c k l y as p o s s i b l e before they become Set
more than 20 minutes a t a time
7 I f desired t h e b r o i l e r and oven burners may be used together
f o r a s h o r t time o n l y
t h e oven preheating tfme
10 t o 15 minutes o r l e s s
t o hasten
Be sure t o t u r n t h e b r o i l e r burner
4 Do not l e t food s p i l l s o r b u r n t f o o d s b u i l d up on any surface
o f your g a l l e y range
o f f before p l a c i n g food i n t h e oven t o bake o r i t w i l l burn
5 You can use a household oven cleaner f o r t h e oven b u t remember
t o f o l l o w t h e product d i r e c t i o n s
SETTXNG THE OVEN TEMPERATURE
6 Do n o t use s t e e l wool o r S0Stype pads t o clean any p a r t o f
your range These products w i l l embed f i n e s t e e l p a r t i c l e s i n
Leading American o f oven thermostats and t h e i r
t h e surface o f the s t a i n l e s s s t e e l caueing i t t o bleed r u s t
insurance underwriters agree t h a t t h e s a f e t y o f a v a i l a b l e oven
i n a marine environment Use bronze wool o r some other i n the marine environment i s serious7y open t o
m e t a l l i c abrasive i f you must Be aware however t h a t your
quest ion range has a f i n e f i n i s h t h a t
can be scratched by some abrasive
pads o r t h i s reason Force 10 R S designed t h e Gourmet Galley Range
oven t o be used w i t h an accurate thermometer and an i n f i n i t e heat 7 I f you have purchased our o p t i o n
a l bronze g r i d d l e t o go w i t h
valve r a t h e r than a thermostat your Galley R n g e you should be able
t o keep i t clean using
r e g u l a r dishwashing detergent We a l s o recommend you use brass
A f t e r l i g h t i n g t h e oven burner a t t h e bottom o f t h e oven c l o s e t h e
oven door and keep t h e burner on Htgh u n t i l t h e temperature begins
wool t o keep i t l o o k i n g n i c e
rubbing w i t h t h e g r i n Do n o t
use a copper p o l i s h as y o u l l probably end up w i t h green eggs
t o reach t h e desired s e t t i n g Then t u r n t h e flame down and a d j u s t and ham
the s e t t i n g u n t i l t h e temperature holds a t t h e desired l e v e l
Thereafter you need o n l y check occasionally t o ensure t h a t i t
remains stable
To t h e d e l i g h t o f our customers and ourselves t h i s design has
produced a superior oven environment w i t h an even heat which i s
unaffected by t h e upanddown temperature swings o f thermostat
c o n t r o l l e d ovens So d o n t be s u r p r i s e d i f your s o u f f l e s and
cakes t u r n out b e t t e r i n t h e g a l l e y than i n the k i t c h e n A sample
o f recipes sent i n t o us by some o f our Force 10 Gourmet Galley
Range owners can be found a t t h e end o f t h i s manual Enjoy
IGtlITIOIt SYSTEM FAILS 7 0 SPARK OR BEGItlS TO SPARK 5 Y
Does not apply to 2burner mode 7 rritl7out broi ler ivhicti has
If something should go wrong with the operation of your Galley piezo ignition
Range dont despair Read this section carefully and follow our
suggested remedies you dont have to be h l f w a y to Hawaii to
appreciate the convenience of being able to fix the problem 1 Check the battery to ensure that it is an AA 15 volt that it
yourself is still giving power and that it is installed the right way
around Pattery lrolder i s located on the underside of the
If these suggestions do not resolve the difficulty contact Force stove at the bottom front riglit hand corner Install new
battery if necessary In certain locations salt air can
10 directly or consult your dealer quoting the model and serial
number of your Galley Range The serial number on gimballed models
can be found on the bottom outside right panel and on the builtin
corrode the battery holder a spare is it is on the bottom inside left panel 2 Check to see whether there is
1 1 6 2 mm gap between the
spark plug head which should be clean and the burner rim and
tht all the wires are securely connected to tlie spark ignition
QAS SMELL box 103ted midway down the backside of the stove A quick Way
to check is to pressthe spark button and look to see if spark
is sparking between terminals
1 Extinguish all open flames and smoking materials
3 Remove control knobs and faceplate and check the wire
2 Close both manual and solenoid cylinder valves immediately connections at the back of the spark igniter switch
Check the
operation of the switch with a circuit tester
3 Make sure that a11 appliance valves are closed
4 Remove the stove and disassemble so that each spark ignition
4 Ventilate all interior compartments thoroughly Use a fan to connecting wire can be checked for shorts Sometimes a minor
push the air from the bottom of all compartments nick in the wire wi1lcause a short so the spark plug will not
spark at that burner
5 Maintaining as much ventilation as possible open cylinder
valves thlting sure that the appliance valves are still 5 If none of the spark plugs will spark first replace the
closed apply a mixture of liquid detergent and water to all battery and check again If they still wont spark order a
connections checking for bubbles indicating a leak Do not replacement spark ignition box from Force 10
use a flame to check f o r leaks
6 When repair of the leaks has been completed test the system
with the aid of the pressure gauge using the procedure
previously described for FUEL SYSTEM TESTING BURNER COflTROL VALVE FAILS TO STAY OPEN WHEN VALVE COtlTROL KNOB IS
HEAT FLAME BURNIElG LOW OR GAS OUT There is a problem with the thermocouple The small upright
attachment next to the burner on the range top is one end of the
Your System may be low on fuel check your tank pressure
gauge The outside of the thermocouple is a copper tube Inside the tube
insulated from it is a nickel wire These metals are only in
2 The gas cylinder valve may not be fully open
make sure the contact with each other at the point which is exposed to the burner
handle is turned as far as it will go in the flame
direction
tlhen this point is heated by the burner flame a small amount of
3 The burner orifices1 may be obstructed
when cold take off electricity 15 millivolt is generated This electric current
the burner cap remove the nipple clean out the orifice and flows to the other end of the thgrmocouple which is tightened into
reinstall the Dart the gas valve Here it activates an electromagnet which keeps the
valve open
4 Sometimes LPG gas will not flow as readily if the outside
temperature is very low
ie below freezing Theres not Should the burner accidentally be extinguished electricity will no
much YOU can do about this condition until the propane cylinder longer be generated and the valve will be snapped back to the
locker warms up closed position by a stainless steel spring
As a l l thermocouples and ranges are t e s t e d a t the f a c t o r y t h i s
problem should be very r a r e I f necessary however remove the 1 Get t h e stove on dnclc o r on a bunk o r t a b l
e so you can work f o l l o w i n g i n s t r u c t i o n s 1 through 8 f o r r e p l a c i n g t h e i t and be L i g h t l y sand t h
e end which has beenremoved from t h e
valve w i t h very f i n e sandpaper Replace i n t h e valve and t e s t If 2 Remove both t h e bdclt splash panel assembly
complete w i t h burner
t h i s does n o t work t h e thermocouple must have f a i l e d and w i l l have g r i l l and the stove back panel secured w i
t h P h i l l i p s screws
t o be replaced
3 Remove the screws a t t o p f r o n t edge which secure t h e f r o n t face
You can a l s o t e s t t h e thermocouple by removing t h e end from t h e panel
valve Heat up t h e other end w i t h a t o r c h o r another burner on
your stove By using a good q u a l i t y voltmeter p u t one lead on t h e 4 Remove the screws on t o p side o f the
thermocouple and t h e other one on t h e f a r c o l d end
I f t h e thermocouple i s okay i t w i l l show 1 5 t o 25 m i l l i v o l t s on 5 Remove screws from upper and lower clamps which h
o l d the oven
your meter l i n e s andspark w i r e i n p o s i t i o n
against the r e a r o u t e r w a l l O f
t h e oven You may have t o snip t h e p l a s t i c w i r e t i e holding
t h e spark leads togetlrer
REPLACXNQ THE TMERMOGQUPLE
6 The oven thermocouple tube i s fastf3ned down a t t h e bottom O f
t h e oven by t y r e wrap p l a s t i c c l i p which you w i l l need t o
remove
TOOLS REQUIRED P h i l l i p s screwdriver
8 mm open wrench o r crescent wrench
7 Remove oven f u e l l i n e bottom p a r t o n l y w i t h 1 2 wrench
1 0 mm open wrench
8 Ilorr s l i d e the t o p burner t r a y out towards the
back Be c a r e f u l w i t h t h e tubes and wires I f remove any
spark leads mark then c a r e f u l l y f o r r e i n s t a 7 l a t i o n
GENERAL INFORMATION
BROILER tIODELS The b r o i l e r f u e l l i n e must be removed before
tho t o p t r a y can be s l i d backwards The brass b r o i l e r o r i f i c e
1 Thermocouples are made o u t o f 2 d i s s i m i l a r metals One end o f
holder has a small P h i l l i p s screw in its r i g h t side
each metal i s fastened together When t h i s connection i s
Completely remove t h i s screw and p u l l out the b r o i l e r f u e l feed
heated up a small amount o f e l e c t r i d i t y i s created 15
m i l l i v o l t and can be measured between t h e 2 other ends o f
l i n e from the b r o i l e r Now you can s l i d e the top t r a y back
these wires
9 Remove the thermocouple end from t h e valve using an 8 mm wrench
2 The outside o f t h e thermocouple i s a copper tube which a c t s as
o r small crescent wrench
a conductor and t h e i n s i d e i s an i n s u l a t e d n i c k e l w i r e which
a t t h e other end i s separated from t h e copper w i r e by a very
small asbestos washer This end o f t h e thermocouple screws
i n t o t h e gas valve which contains an When t h e thermocouple i s heated t h e e l e c t r i c i t i generated
a t t r a c t s t h e electromagnet i n t h e valve and holds the valve
open I f the flame i s a c c i d e n t a l l y extinguished the
thermocouple cools causing t h e electromagnet t o s p r i n g back PROPANE
and c l o s e t h e valve BURNER
4 I f t h e thermocouple i s n o t h o l d i n g t h e valve open check f i r s t
t h a t i t i s screwed i n t o t h e valve t i g h t l y enough as a loose
connection w i l l n o t t r a n s f e r the 15 m i l l i v o l t I f i t has been
t i g h t e n e d too much t h e asbestos washer w i l l be crushed
s h o r t i n g out t h e thermocouple and so w i l l not generate the 1 5
m i l l i v o l t and must t h e r e f o r e be replaced
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nut connecting the thermocouple to the burner until the
Top D r i l l Hinge Bar 996032
thermocouple is loosened from the burner Replace thermocouple
Oven Thermometer 82001035
and proceed to Step 10
Back Cover 34 1072
10 Reverse the above procedure being extremely careful when Gimbal Wall Bracket 991050
putting the end of the thermocouple into the valve If you Stove Bottom Brace 991002
turn it too tight you will crush the insulating washer and Back Bra99 Rod 9920114
need another new thermocouple Do not force or cross thread Side Brass Rod 232060
anything easy does it F r o n t Brass Rod 992011
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thermocouples are not touching anything sharp Oven Door Handle 992030
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Top Cooking O r i l l 236000
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marine dealer Burner C o n t r o l Knob 61320140
Oas Valve f o r Large Burner C1531111
Gas Valve f o r Small Burner C1301712
TO REPLACE THE ELECTROMAGNET SOLENOID Rubber Onsket f o r Valve C0781054
Valve Clamp you remove the thermocouple from the control valve remove the Bolt
nut with a 14 mm or 916 wrench The electromagnet should Spark I g n i t i o n S w i t c h
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thermocouple Spark I g n i t i o n Box 1Outlets into the control v a l v e
Burner Spark P l u g cw w f r a C0271062
9100 O r i f i c e Large BurnmrLPO C1501014
977 O r i f i c e Small BurnerLPO C1351004
1142 O r i f i c e Large BurnerCtbO C0101032
R10B O r i f i c e Small BurnerCHO C0111126
A i r Basket Large LWCHO C1441016
A i r Basket Small LPOCHO C1261006
Thermocouple s p e c i f y burner etove model 6 s e r i a l nunber
Burner Housing Lmrge C1411013 C1411013
Burner Housing Small C1231003 C1231003
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9107 O r i f i c e B r i l e r C H O cl8lo ClB
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B r o i l e r Spark P l u g cw w i r e 110192027
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Small Black Burner Cap 11142
Oven Door Aassmbly 992000
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models except f o r a fOw 11sted 01 P2 E7Ell
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FOLLOWING ARE A FEW RECIPES FROM
From Sandy Thompson of League C l t y Texas
From Mrs Ann Lonca o f Kenaore New York
MIFFER I11 ROAST CHICKEN
1 2 Cup chopped onion 12 t salt
1 2 Cup chopped c e l e r y 1 4 t pepper
8 chicken t h i g h s s k i n removed
1 2 Cup chopped green pepper t T brown sugar
1 2 cup soy sauce
1 l b ground beef 2 T lemon j u i c e
1 2 cup minced onion 1 Cup c h i l i sauce o r ketchup 1 4
t l i q u i d smoke
3 tbls dark sesame o i l
1 2 Cup water 1 2 t dry mustard
3 t b l s honey
1 2 T vinegar
2 t s p minced g a r l i c o r 1 4 T powder
2 t s p minced gingeroot o r 1 4 T powder
Saute c e l e r y i n o i l Add onion and green pepper then beef and
1 2 t s p pepper
cook u n t i l meat loses c o l o r Add remaining ingredients and simmer
u n t i l d e s i r e d consistency i s a l l o f t h e above and pour over chicken Marinate 2 3
hours Put i n t o baking d i s h and bake uncovered 4 5 minutes
Turn each piece and bake another 1 0 1 5 minutes o r u n t i l done
Serves 4
From T Brawster o f Groveland

JOHNNY MAZETLf
This s t u f f i s great a f t e r a long foggy day on the ocean Even
From Hre Peggy Braat o f Hickford Rhode I s l a n d
b e t t e r w i t h R good Tenera a Crealock 34
1 l b hamburger
HONEY CHICKENJ
1 l a r g e onion
I clove g a r l i c optidnal
6 tbsp honey
1 l a r g e pepper
3 t s p prepared mustard
1 I6 oz can whole stewed tomatoes
2 tsp c u r r y powder
1 small can mushrooms
14 l b melted b u t t e r
1 l b o f velveeta cheese
1 16 oz noodles l i n q u i n e t y p e
Mix above i n g r e d i e n t s i n covered f r y i n g pan Place 4 boneless
s a l t pepper and I t a l i a n spice t o t a s t e
s k i n l e s s chicken breasts i n sauce t u r n i n g t o coat u e l l Cook
covered b a s t i n g several timep u n t i l done about 2 0 3 0 minutes
Saute onion pepper hamburger Add mushrooms w i t h j u i c e add
depending on s i z e o f chicken breasts Serve w i t h r i c e i f desired
tomatoes quartered and j u i c e Cook noodles Grease 4
and l a y e r noodles hamburger mixture and cheese l i k e lasagna Place
i n Force 1 0 Gourmet oven 3 0 min On 350
F r m Bet u i ofi 5oquia naehlnston
42 ft i I t o Hobo From M a r i l y n Schlup o f Houston Texas
bn b o a r d t h e QYSTERS mf
for tho who 14ko oysters 1
Put one or two fresh oysters i n the deep h a l f o f the s h e l l Top
with a few kernels of b u t t e r and a dash or two o f Tabaeco B r o i l
t i 1 the b u t t e r melts Top w i t h t h i n l y s l i c e d green onionand
f i n e l y chopped bacon B r o i l t i 1 the bacon i s cooked not c r i w 2 cups a l l p u r p o s e unb leached f l o u r
1 T b a k i n g powder
12 t Chefs S a l t recipe f o l l o w i n g
1 3 cup vegetable s h o r t e n i n g
7 8 cup m i l k d r y m i l k mix may be used
E A W R G E CHEESE M S FRDM ESCAPE
2 cups hot or m i l d I t a l i a n sausage
cook and drain add 1 f i n e l y Combine d r y i n g r e d i e n t s Cut i n s h o r t e n i n g u n t i l s i z e of r i c e
chopped onion 2 g a r l i c cloves minced 14 cup s l i c e d mushrooms Make a h o l e i n c e n t e r o f bowl add m i l k a t once
Mix u n t i l m i l k
1 2 t s p each b a s i l mint oregana 14 cup parsley chopped and i s absorbed t h e n t u r n o n t o f l o u r e d board and knead u n t
i l w e l l
8 eggs beaten 1 3 cup bread crumb8 f i n o 14 cup parmesan blended Pat f l a t t o 1 2 thickness Cut w i t h b i
s c u i t c u t t e r
cheese 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese Mix well Spread i n
10 x 15 baking pan or s l i g h t l y smaller i f your ovmn doesnt Heat oven t o 4 5 0 u s i n g 8 5 approx 2 0 m i n u t e s
I n s e r t b i s c u i t s
accomodate the large one I use 2 smaller ones keep oven on 0 5 and r e t u r n s t o 4 5 0
time
Bake a t 325 3040 min o r u n t i l set
b i s c u i t s 1 2 minutes Check temperature d u r i n g baking If
Serves 9 hot as entree or cool as appetizers makes enough f o r 2 0
temperature goes h i g h e r t h a n 4 5 0 reduce t o 0 4 Turn o f f oven
people remove b i s c u i t s a f t e r they a r e s l i g h t l y browned
about 5 1 0
minutes a f t e r t u r n i n g o f f oven
Makes approximately 1 0 b i s c u i t s
F r m W i l l i a m 0 Andrrws o f Scarborough Ontario
EASY CHoC WACKY CAKE
1 1 2 cups f l o u r 3 t b h cocoa
1 cup sugar t tbe vinegar
1 tsp baking powder 5 t6p v a n i l l 6 1 cup s a l t
1 tsp baking soda 1 tbs melted marg or butter 1 T p a p r i k a Sweet Hungarian
12 tsp sa7t 1 cup t e p i d water 1 t ground b l a c k pepper
1 4 t ground w h i t e pepper
Mix dry ingredients together 14 t celery s a l t
Mix wet ingredients together
14 t garlic salt
Combine and bake i n 9 x 9 pan a t 3 2 5 f o r 3 0 minutes
Frosting Mix a l l I n g r e d i e n t s and s t o r e i n a i r t i g h t c
o n t a i n e r
3 tba mnrg 1 2 tsp v a n f l l a For use on meats i n soups stews s a l a d s vegetahles
baking
3 tbs cocoa 1 1 2 cups i c i n g sugar poirder b i s c u i t s herb breads cheese and w h i t e sauces
2 tbs hot water
ROAST LEO OF I A U B WITH BROWNED WTATMQ
1 Leg of Lamb 58 lbs o r 2 142 34 kgs
2 cloves of g a r l i c
sliced thick
j u i c e o f 112 lemon
Chef s a l t From Barb Bennett ofRock I s l a n d 11
12 t crushed oven t o 350 uslng 05
Parboil potatoes 20 minute peel m d potatoes pat dry coat w i t h vegetable o i l and place i n
1 pkg lemon cake mix wpudding o r use 4 oz lemon i n s t a n t pudding
roasting pan
4 egg3
Remove exceea s k i n f a t f r o a l e g o f lamb Hake s l i t s i n l e g and 1 cup water
i n s e r t s l i c e s of g a r l i c Place l e g o f lnmb i n roaetingpan 14 cup o i l
Sprinkle 1eg o f lamb w i t h lemon j u i c s chef s a l t and rosemary
Mix a l l above i n g r e d i e n t s Mx medium speed 4 minutes Grease
Place roasting pan i n oven After oven returns t o 350 reduce t o
and f l o u r 9 x 13 pan Bake 3 5 0 f o r 45 t o 5 0 min
U3 check every 15 minutes t o w e i f temperature l o 350
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Leave i n pan f o r 5 minutes 1
l e g o f lamb should roast about 1 12 h w r m o r u n t i l r a t
thermometer registers 145 F f o r n e d i m rare 185 F f o r well done
P r i c k warm cake with f o r k t h r u t o bottom o f cake
cake
Spoon glare over I
Remove from oven l e t r e s t 910 minutes then carve and enjoy
Lemonade Q l a z e
1 can 6 oz f r o z e n lemonade c o n c e n t r a t e
2 cups c o n f e c t i o n e r s sugar pondered
F r a David 3 Hutchiwn ot lbrblhrd MA
Aboard Uariah
M a w 44 Hull 151 M i x and p o u r over warm cake
1 m a l l onon chopped 1 tcmato s l i c e d i n rounde
j u i c e of 12 lemon ollve o i l
2 tablespoons mayonnaiee 2 l b s fresh haddock or f 2 n
d i 11 2 tablespoons o f 9 x 13 pyrex with o l i v e o i l
Dry f i s h w i t h paper towels and put lemon j u i c e on both sidee
Coat f i s h with o l i v e o i l
sprinkle d i l l l i b e a l l yon both sides o f f m h
Place f i s h skinned aide donn i n pyrex dish
Smear mayonnaise on upper side of f i s h w i t h choped onions and capern
Place Sliced tomatoes over f i e h usually 48 s l i c e s w i l l cover
f oregano over i n Force 10 Range a t about 350 f o r 2030 ninutea 20 minutes
i f f i s h i s t h i n and roon temperature 30 minutes i f piece o f f i s h
i s thicker or cold when put i n oven
F OR CE 10 MARINE LTD warranties new products t o t h e o r i g i n a l
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Cozy Cabln Heater Propane Two 2 years
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Barbequo O r i l l e One 1 year
L m t s r n s S i x 8 months
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