Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 29 11:51:55 EST 2004 | Claude_Couture
Hi all, Anyone familiar with BTU oven VIP-70. The control screen indicates that it is in IDLE mode. The recipe is running, but no heat is applied. The contactor for the heat is ON. All the electrical looks ok. I can't seem to be able to contact BTU,
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 03 15:40:39 EST 2006 | chrisgriffin
Hello, I am looking for replacement cooling fans for the BTU oven cooling zone. The oven is a P98 model. BTU is back ordered, and I can't wait. Does anyone have any extras to sell, or know of an alternate source? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 11 21:00:10 EST 2006 | Kris
BTU - "WTF" We don't like them at all. We have no problem to set the profiles, it is a matter of fact that they are just perfect for that. The boards are just perfectly soldered. But - the their support sucks Big time! Or the lack of support! We are
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 29 07:21:31 EDT 2004 | rlackey
We found BTU & Vitronics to be the best, The Vitronics looked a slightly better (and more expensive) machine, but on the other hand we've had completely trouble free operation from our old BTU's. Oh, and the fact that BTU are No.1 in the world, and
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 24 13:48:33 EST 2006 | chris
Does any body know how to change the inner width limit on a P-98 BTU oven? The inner limit is 6 inches, but I need it to be about 1.5 inches. Do you have to have a factory service disk from BTU to gain access to the limit. If so, does anyone have
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 20 08:40:40 EDT 2006 | dallen
This is a long shot, but can anybody advise on the supplies for a BTU oven. It is currently in the UK and is supplied by a 415V 4 wire. That is 3 phases and a neutral. We need to ship it to our plant in Mexico where they have a 480V 3 wire supply.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 22 03:24:20 EDT 2006 | slaine
Hi Im in the UK and have a BTU VIP70. BTU UK are normally quite helpfull, and will probably explain whats involved if you phone them ask for a guy called Tim Hogarth. My guess is it will need a new transformer and rectifier but im more electronics th
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 06 11:26:09 EST 2006 | Rob
I''m sure I remember BTU telling me that the VIP series got the same contollers as the ancient TRS14's. Someone may want to verify this - but if correct you can pick up a TRS for beer money & rob the controller. A new 7 zone BTU Pyramax can be ha