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E for electric 61 for model/size CD ummm, control type? 02/08 I think is feb 08, but I would like someone else to confirm that please? Also, what is service history, did it have a good water filter? was the tank flushed daily and descaled annually?
These combi ovens are so prone to problems if you do not have descaling filter system hooked to the COLD water supply (the only water that should be fed to this unit) for your generator inlet. The other water hookup is for your condensate drain (condenses steam leaving cook chamber headed down the drain) and it does not need to be filtered but, also needs to be COLD. These decaling units are quite pricey but, a service call to replace the generator (boiler in laymens terms) will cost 3 times as much & the unit will be down for days waiting on parts. Call Blodgett w/ your model # & talk w/ technical service & ask their recomendation. They can be reached @800-331-5842 & follow the prompts. Depending on your water conditions it is still recomended to descale the unit on a regular basis using a QUALITY descaler (not the junk you buy from Sysco or Dollar general) Cleveland descaler is the BEST.