Remcor SID851A/250S Operator's Manual

Operator's Manual for Remcor SID851A/250S Ice Maker (40 pages)

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  • Category of Device: Ice Maker
  • Document: SID851A/250S, File Type: PDF Operator's Manual
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  • Operator’s Manual MODELS: SID851A/250S

    SID851A/250S-B

    SID851W/250S

    SID851W/250S-B

    SID851A/250S-BC

    SID851W/250S-BC

    208--230/115V, 60HZ, 1PH

    SPIRAL ICEMAKERâ

    DISPENSER

    PRINTED IN U.S.A

    âREMCOR INC: 1995

    Part No. 90914

    August, 1995

    Revision D

    THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    This Manual must be read and understood before installing or operating this equipment

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Page

    GENERAL INFORMATION 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    DESCRIPTION 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    BEVERAGE SYSTEM 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    INSTALLATION 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    START -UP 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    MAINTENANCE 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    REGULAR BASIS (OR AS REQUIRED) 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    EVERY THREE MONTHS (OR AS REQUIRED) 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    PERIODICALLY (OR AS REQUIRED) 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    ICE MAKER SECTION 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    DISPENSER SECTION 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FOR UNITS WITH BEVERAGE SYSTEM 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    MAINTENANCE/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES 30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    THERMOSTAT ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENTS 30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    BIN THERMOSTAT 30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    CLEARING EVAPORATOR FREEZE-UP 30. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    ICE THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT 31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    CLEANING/REPLACE THE FILTER 31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    CLEANING THE CONDENSER 31. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    HARVEST TIME ADJUSTMENT 32. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    MANUAL FILLING 32. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    PARTS LIST 34. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    LIST OF FIGURES

    FIGURE 1. ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 3. . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 2. INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 3. MOUNTING TEMPLATE MODEL SID 851/250-B 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 4. MOUNTING TEMPLATE MODEL SID 851/250-BC 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 5. BEVERAGE SYSTEM SCHEMATIC B MODELS 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 6. BEVERAGE SYSTEM SCHEMATIC -BC MODELS 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 7. WIRING SCHEMATIC SID 850/250 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 8. WIRING DIAGRAM SID 850/250 (208--230/115V, 1PH, 60HZ) 12. . . . .

    FIGURE 9. REFRIGERATION SCHEMATIC 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    FIGURE 10. HARVEST TIMER 33. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS (cont’d)

    LIST OF TABLES

    Page

    TABLE 1. SPECIFICATIONS 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    TABLE 2. LBS./24-HOUR ICE PRODUCTION 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    TABLE 3. HARVEST CYCLE 1............................................

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    GENERAL INFORMATION

    DESCRIPTION

    The Remcor S.I.D. (Spiral Ice Maker/Dispenser) is a unique, self-contained, counter top style unit that automati-

    cally makes hard, clear cube-quality ice and stores it in a sealed hopper for sanitary dispensing. The ice is

    made by a new, patented process on a spiral-shaped, stainless steel evaporator and produces true cube quality

    ice on the outside of the tubes. There are no augers; no compressing of flaked ice; no bearings; and no high

    gear motor loads in the ice-making process. The unit has been designed to be simple, yet effective, to provide

    many years of trouble-free operation.

    Table 1. SPECIFICATIONS

    Compressor: 1 Horsepower

    Refrigerant: R-502/2.25 lbs. (Air Cooled); 2.75 lbs. (Water Cooled)

    Voltage: 208-230/115, 1 phase, 60 Hertz

    AMPS: 18

    Circuit Ampacity: 25

    Fuse Size: 20A Time-Delay

    Ice Storage Capacity: 225 lbs.

    Ice Making Capacity: Up to 964 lbs./24 Hours

    Shipping Weight: 550 lbs.

    Table 2. LBS./24-HOUR ICE PRODUCTION

    Air Temp. Water Temperature

    40° 50° 60° 70° 80° 90°

    60° 964 901 861 806 755 712

    70° 916 858 820 777 728 687

    80° 817 756 731 700 656 619

    90° 725 680 650 630 590 556

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    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS

    1. With the unit upright, carefully remove the shipping crate. Inspect for shipping damage and report any such

    damage to the shipper immediately.

    2. Open the hinged service door and remove shipping tape from the ice drop cover, storage hopper cover and

    agitator in the storage hopper.

    3. Remove shipping tape from air inlet filter and sink grill.

    INSTALLATION

    NOTE: An Everpure Model 9320-42 Systems IV, Model B1000 (or equal) ice maker quality water

    treatment unit MUST BE INSTALLED in the water supply line to the ice maker. Failure to do so

    may result in poor quality ice, low production output, and may cause premature failure of the

    ice maker evaporator and void the extended evaporator warranty.

    This ice maker is provided with a stainless steel evaporator designed to last the life of the product. But, some of

    the chemicals in treated and untreated water, specifically chlorine and sulphur (sulphide), have the ability to at-

    tach stainless steel and cause premature failure. An initial investment in proper water treatment will pay for itself

    in increased production, quality and long life of the product.

    1. Location

    Locate the ice maker/dispenser indoors in a well-ventilated area. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and/or

    heat caused by radiation.

    Ambient room temperature must be in the range of 60° to 90°F. Do not install unit in an enclosed area

    where heat build up could be a problem. For proper air flow for the refrigeration system, allow a 6? clear-

    ance at the back of the unit and a 12? clearance at the right side panel.

    Consult Figure 1 for utility connection location.

    Consult Figure 2 for dimensions for mounting unit to the counter with the hardware provide. Note that the

    unit must be level for proper operation.

    The unit must be sealed to the counter. The mounting template drawing (Figure 2) indicated the openings

    which must be cut in the counter. Locate the desired position for the unit, then mark the outline dimensions

    and cut-out locations using the template drawing. Cut openings in counter.

    Apply a continuous bead of NSF International (NSF) listed silastic sealant (Dow 732 or equal) approximate-

    ly 1/4? inside of the unit outline dimensions and around all openings. Then position the unit on the counter

    within the outline dimensions. All excess sealant must be wiped away.

    2. Plumbing

    Connect the ice maker to a cold, potable water source suitable for drinking. Do not install unit on a water

    softener line. It is recommended that a hand shut-off valve, strainer, and backflow preventer be used on the

    incoming supply line. For Models: SID851/250S and SID851/250S-B, a 3/8? outside diameter compression

    tube fitting is provided at the back of the unit for the water supply hook up (See Figure 1). For model

    SID851/250S-BC, a 3/8? beverage tubing with a 3/8 x 1/4 barb splicer fitting is provided for connection

    through the bottom opening in the unit to the water supply (See Figure 2).

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    IMPORTANT: To ensure proper ice maker operation and also to reduce the frequency of water-related

    service problems, a water filter should be installed. Remcor recommends the use of one of the

    following basic systems:

    1. Everpure, Inc. 2. System IV

    660 No. Blackhawk Drive 16632 Burke Lane

    Westmont, IL 60559 Huntington Beach, CA 92647

    (708) 654-4000 (714) 842-4221

    Insurlce Twin System #9320-42 Basic Water System #B1000

    For specific recommendations on these filter systems for your local conditions, consult with a distributor in your

    area or contact the filter manufacturer.

    Models SID851/250S & SID851/250S-B

    Connect two (2) 3/4? IPS (or equal) drain lines to the 3/4? threaded drain connections at the lower rear of the

    unit. These lines must pitch downward to an open drain and must contain no traps or improper drainage will

    result.

    Model SID851/250S-BC

    A 1? OD tubing drain elbow is provided at the bottom of the unit for the sink drain. Connect this elbow to a 7/8?

    ID plastic drain tube.

    A 3/4? IPS threaded drain connection for the ice maker is also provided at the bottom of the unit. Connect this

    to a 3/4? IPS drain line (or equal).

    These lines must pitch downward to an open drain and must contain no traps or improper drainage will result.

    NOTE: In areas where consistently warm water temperatures are encountered, the use of a Remcor Pre-

    Cooler in the water line is recommended to maximize the ice production of this unit. Contact Remcor

    for more information on this product.

    2. Electrical

    A 4 x 2 junction box is located at the rear of the unit for the supply hook-up. Connect the ice maker to its

    own circuit per the national electric code and local code. See SPECIFICATIONS for ampacity and fuse

    size.

    IMPORTANT: The wire size must be adequate for the ampacity rating, and the supply voltage must be

    within a range of ± 10% for proper ice maker operation.

    NOTE: The units require a 3 wire system plus earth ground for proper operations.

    FIGURE 1. ELECTRICAL WIRING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    115/208-230V

    1 PHASE

    60 HERTZ

    SUPPLY CONDUIT

    BLACK (HOT)

    RED (HOT)

    WHITE (NEUTRAL)

    GREEN (GROUND)

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    60

    45 7/8

    45 1/8

    13 1/4

    16 1/4

    2 1/4 14

    8 15/16 2 1/2

    20 1/2

    1

    24 2 1/2

    29

    1 1/2

    AIR DISCHARGE GRILL

    CONDENSER WATER OUT

    3/8-NPT (WATER COOLED ONLY)

    CONDENSER WATER IN

    3/8-NPT (WATER COOLED ONLY)

    ACCESS PANEL FOR SERVICE

    ELECTRICAL INPUT

    ACCESS PANEL FOR SERVICE

    AND BEVERAGE HOOK-UP

    ACCESS PANEL FOR SERVICE

    *3/4-FPT DRAIN (2)

    *ICEMAKER WATER IN

    3/8 O.D. TUBE COMP. FITTING

    *FOR MODELS:

    SID 851/250

    SID 851/250-B

    3212 12

    16

    22 1/16

    12 13/16

    3 1/2

    9 1/2

    FOR BC MODELS:

    ACCESS PANEL FOR BEVERAGE

    AND UTILITY HOOK-UP

    14 1/2 8 1/16

    33 1/16 32 1/8

    6

    12

    15 1/8

    25 3/8

    18 3/4

    36

    9 3/4

    CLEARANCE NECESSARY ONLY

    IF UNITS ARE INSTALLED IN AN

    ENCLOSED SPACE.

    DOOR WITH LOCK FOR ACCESS

    TO ICE STORAGE AREA.

    FIGURE 2. INSTALLATION DIMENSIONS

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    15 7/8-IN. 14-IN.

    2 3/4-IN.

    10 1/2-IN.

    16-IN.

    32 1/2-IN.

    36-IN.

    27 11/16-IN.

    32-IN.

    2 1/8-IN.

    UNIT OUTLINE FRONT

    3/8 DIA.

    NOTE: Shaded area indicates opening in

    bottom for beverage tubing.

    FIGURE 3. MOUNTING TEMPLATE MODEL SID 851/250-B

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    27 11/16-IN. 3 1/16-IN.

    32-IN.

    14 1/8-IN.

    11 1/4-IN.

    36-IN.

    10 1/2-IN.

    16-IN.

    19 5/8-IN. 5 7/8-IN.

    1/2 DIA.

    NOTE: Shaded area indicates opening in

    bottom for beverage tubing and utilities.

    FRONT

    UNIT OUTLINE

    FIGURE 4. MOUNTING TEMPLATE MODEL SID 851/250-BC

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    BEVERAGE SYSTEM

    “B” models contain beverage faucets only and must be supplied with cold product from any remote cold plate or

    refrigerated soda factory. “BC” units have a built-in cold plate, in addition to the beverage faucets and are de-

    signed to be supplied directly from syrup tanks and carbonator with no additional cooling required.

    Installation

    1. Locate the required openings in the counter top for the beverage lines as shown in Figure 3 (for “B” mod-

    els) or Figure 4 (for “BC” models).

    2. For “B” models, carefully pull the beverage tubers through the bottom opening in the unit and through the

    clearance opening in the counter.

    3. For “BC” models, 1/4? and 3/8? beverage tubing “pigtails” are provided at the front of the unit on the cold

    plate for syrup and water line hook-up respectively.

    To access these inlet tubes, remove the lower front panel above the sink. Remove the sink by disconnect-

    ing the sink drain connection; lifting the two (2) sink side mounting pins and pulling the sink forward.

    4. Connect the beverage system product lines as indicated in Figure 5 (“B” units) and Figure 6 (“BC” units).

    This work should be done by a qualified service person. Note that the hoses are marked with numbers

    (1through 8) for syrup connection and “CW” for carbonated water connection.

    5. For “BC” models, reverse the procedure in step 3 to reconnect the sink. Make sure that all drain connec-

    tions are properly positioned before installing the lower front panel.

    START-UP

    1. Open the hinged service door. Remove ice drop cover and storage hopper cover.

    2. Turn on water to ice maker.

    3. Depress the flush switch to verify that the water dump valve operates and that the water drain lines are

    open and not plugged.

    WARNING: To prevent possible injury, do not stick fingers or hand into ice maker nozzle or

    hopper with power applied to unit.

    4. Put the “Stop/Run” switch in the “run” position. Observe that the ice maker goes through proper ice making

    and harvest cycles. If unit malfunctions, consult the Troubleshooting Guide.

    NOTE: Due to meltage loss because of a warm storage hopper, it will take longer to fill the hopper the

    first time than when the ice maker has been operating continuously.

    5. Depress the vend switch lever. Check that both the gate solenoid and agitator motor are energized simulta-

    neously to lift the gate slide and rotate the agitator in the storage hopper, respectively. If either component

    malfunctions, consult the Troubleshooting Guide. Replace the ice drop and hopper covers.

    6. For beverage units, start up the beverage system and adjust the faucets to the proper brix. Contact your

    local syrup distributor for complete information on the beverage system. For units with a built in cold plate,

    it will take approximately one (1) hour from the initial machine start-up for the cold plate to be at full capac-

    ity.

    7. The bin thermostat is calibrated at an atmospheric pressure equivalent at 500 feet above sea level. For

    locations at higher elevations, it may be necessary to re-adjust these controls. Consult the Maintenance/

    Adjustment Procedures section.

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    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

    COLD PLATE

    PRIMARY REGULATORS

    OPTIONAL FOR

    DIET OR

    ROOT BEER

    CARBONATOR

    FILTER

    OPTIONAL

    PRESSURE

    REGULATOR

    WATER

    SUPPLY

    CO

    2

    TANK

    15-50 PSIG

    60-100 PSIG

    NON-CARB OR

    CARB WATER

    LINE LEGEND

    CO

    2

    CARB WATER

    PLAIN WATER

    SYRUP

    OPTIONAL

    ITEMS OUTSIDE OF

    BROKEN LINE ARE NOT

    INCLUDED WITH UNIT

    FIGURE 5. BEVERAGE SYSTEM SCHEMATIC B MODELS

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    FIGURE 6. BEVERAGE SYSTEM SCHEMATIC -BC MODELS

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

    COLD PLATE

    PRIMARY REGULATORS

    OPTIONAL FOR

    DIET OR

    ROOT BEER

    CARBONATOR

    FILTER

    OPTIONAL

    PRESSURE

    REGULATOR

    WATER

    SUPPLY

    CO

    2

    TANK

    15-50 PSIG

    60-100 PSIG

    NON-CARB OR

    CARB WATER

    LINE LEGEND

    CO

    2

    CARB WATER

    PLAIN WATER

    SYRUP

    OPTIONAL

    2

    3

    4

    1,5,6,

    7,8

    ITEMS OUTSIDE OF BROKEN LINE

    ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH UNIT.

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    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

    A temperature sensing control bulb located in the storage hopper starts and stops the ice making process in

    response to ice level in the hopper. With this ice level control “calling” for ice (hopper ice level is low), ice begins

    to form on the stainless steel tubing coils in the evaporator coils until it contacts the ice thickness probe (low

    voltage conductivity sensor). At this point, the conductivity probe triggers the harvest timer motor. The harvest

    timer contains five (5) cam operated switches which function as detailed in the table on the following pages.

    Table 3. HARVEST CYCLE

    Time Cam Switch Action

    0--86 Seconds #1 Timer motor energized

    1--23 Seconds ±1 Second #4 Water dump valve open

    1--37 Seconds ± 2 Seconds #2 Hot gas solenoid valve open.

    Air pump off.

    Condenser fan motor off.

    37--90 Seconds #2 Air pump on.

    Condenser fan motor on.

    Hot gas solenoid valve closed.

    36--39 Seconds #3 Harvest motor on.

    43--47 Seconds #5 Hopper agitator motor operates.

    When ice contacts the ice lever control bulb in the storage hopper, the control will shut down the refrigeration

    system. If this signal occurs during the harvest cycle, the harvest cycle will be completed before shutdown oc-

    curs.

    To dispense ice, push the lever located on the lower front panel. Ice will flow from the ice chute until the lever is

    released.

    For units with a built-in cold plate, ice will automatically fill the cold plate cabinet. Allow one (1) hour for the cold

    plate to reach its maximum capacity. Start up the beverage system and adjust the faucets to the proper brix.

    Pushing the lever on any faucet will provide beverage of the appropriate flow.

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    L1

    CC

    TP

    5

    208-230 / 115V, 1PH,

    (4 WIRE SYSTEM)

    COMPRESSOR

    C

    2

    START

    RELAY

    START CAP

    STOP /

    RUN

    LPS

    HPS

    BIN T’STAT

    RUN CAP

    5

    CC

    L2

    N

    COMPRESSOR

    CONTRACTOR

    HARVEST MOTOR

    CC

    RED

    BLUE

    CAP

    CONDENSER FAN

    AIR PUMP

    1 2

    NC

    C

    HT3

    NO

    NC

    HG SOL VALVE

    WATER DUMP VALVE

    RUN

    CLEAN

    FLUSH

    HT2

    NO

    C

    NC

    HT4

    NO

    C

    WATER LEVEL

    PROBE

    ICE THICKNESS

    PROBE

    HI

    LO

    COM

    CONDUCTIVITY

    CONTROL

    NC

    C

    C NC

    NO

    NO

    NO

    NC

    HT1

    L

    N

    WATER FILL VALVE

    FILL

    C

    HT

    HARVEST

    TIMER

    VEND SWITCH

    AR

    MOTOR HEATER

    NO

    HT5

    C

    NC

    AGITATOR

    RELAY

    AR

    GATE SOLENOID

    AGITATOR MOTOR

    F

    BEVERAGE TRANSFORMER (OPTIONAL)

    24 V TO BEVERAGE FAUCETS

    R

    R

    FIGURE 7. WIRING SCHEMATIC SID 850/250

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    YEL

    BRN

    PUR

    BLK

    R

    E

    D

    O

    R

    N

    RED

    BRN

    YEL

    R

    E

    D

    RED

    YEL

    BLUE

    LPS

    FUSE 1-1/4 AMP

    TIME DELAY

    AGITATOR

    MOTOR CAP

    CLEAN

    ICE MAKER

    RUN

    RUN

    STOP

    PUSH TO

    FLUSH

    BRN

    BLK

    Y

    E

    L

    BLK

    BLK

    FILL

    VALVE

    RED

    O

    R

    N

    PUR

    MANUAL

    WATER

    FILL

    BIN

    T’STAT

    PINK

    BLK

    PINK

    BLK

    RED

    O

    R

    N

    BLK

    BLUE

    ORANGE

    HPS

    ORN

    RED

    W

    H

    T

    RED

    WHT

    B

    L

    K

    Y

    E

    L

    GATE

    SOLENOID

    VOID

    SWITCH

    BLUE

    P

    I

    N

    K

    NEUTRAL

    TERMINAL BOARD

    MORE LOCATION MAY VARY

    W

    H

    T

    HARVEST

    TIME

    WHT

    WHT

    CONDUCTIVITY

    CONTROL

    PINK

    WATER

    INDICATOR

    WHT

    L1

    L2

    HI

    LO

    COM

    Y

    E

    L

    R

    E

    D

    BRN

    BRN

    BLK

    BLK

    W

    H

    T

    COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR

    R

    E

    D

    B

    R

    N

    Y

    E

    L

    W

    H

    T

    WHT

    BLK

    B

    L

    K

    BLK

    WHT

    WHT

    WHTW

    H

    T

    BRN

    TERMINAL

    BOARD

    115 VOLT

    NEUTRAL

    YEL

    Y

    E

    L

    Y

    E

    L

    Y

    E

    L

    GRN

    COMP.

    RUN

    CAP.

    YEL

    BLK

    WHT

    RED

    RED

    COMPRESSOR

    START CAP.

    B

    L

    U

    E

    GRN

    Y

    E

    L

    MERCURY

    RELAY

    WHT

    GRN

    RED

    BRN

    START

    RELAY

    3

    2

    1

    BLK

    BLK

    BLK

    BLK

    BLK

    WHT

    WHT

    RED

    RED

    BLUE

    HARVEST

    MOTOR CAP.

    BLUE

    WHT

    HQ SOL VALVE

    WHT

    YEL

    PINK

    WATER LEVEL PROBE

    WATER FILL VALVE

    ICE THICKNESS PROBE

    ORN

    WHT

    BLK

    RED

    BLUE

    RED

    ORN

    BRN

    S

    C

    R

    BLK

    HARVEST MOTOR

    COMPRESSOR MOTOR

    BLK

    BLK

    CONDENSER FAN MOTOR

    AIR PUMP

    BLK

    RED

    GRN

    208--230V/115V 1PH, 60HZ, 20AMP

    FIELD SUPPLIED

    REAR JUNCTION

    BOX POWER IN

    NO

    L2

    L1

    B

    L

    K

    MOTOR

    HEATER

    WHT

    B

    L

    K

    W

    H

    T

    AGITATOR

    MOTOR

    BEVERAGE

    TRANSFORMER

    (OPTIONAL)

    WHT

    BRN

    WATER DUMP VALVE

    FIGURE 8. WIRING DIAGRAM SID 850/250 (208--230/115V, 1 PH, 60HZ)

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    FIGURE 9. REFRIGERATION SCHEMATIC

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    MAINTENANCE

    REGULAR BASIS (or as required)

    Cleaning of the ice maker is recommended on a regular basis not only for sanitary reasons, but also to maintain

    the performance of the unit. Build-up of lime and scale can hinder ice making production rates and interfere with

    proper dispensing of the ice. See Cleaning Instructions for the recommended procedure.

    EVERY THREE MONTHS (or as required)

    It is recommended that the air inlet filter be cleaned every three (3) months or sooner depending on the operat-

    ing environment for proper refrigeration system performance. On an air-cooled unit, also check that the con-

    denser is free of dirt/foreign material that could cause air flow blockage. Consult the Maintenance/Adjustment

    Procedures section for cleaning these items.

    PERIODICALLY (or as required)

    Check the vending area sink for proper water drainage. Remove any foreign material from the sink to prevent

    drain blockage.

    CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

    IMPORTANT: The ice maker should be cleaned at a minimum of three (3) month intervals or more

    frequently, depending on local water conditions. The storage hopper interior should be cleaned once a

    month.

    CAUTION: Do not use metal scrapers, sharp objects or abrasives on the surface of the

    storage hopper, as damage may result. Do not use solvents or other cleaning agents, as

    they may attack the plastic surface. Use only the recommended chemicals and solutions for

    both the ice maker and hopper.

    Ice Maker Section

    1. Open the hinged service door.

    2. Put the “Stop/Run” switch in the “stop” position at the end of the harvest cycle.

    WARNING: The unit is still plugged into the electrical power during ice maker section

    cleaning. Therefore, do not reach into hopper, and do not contact exposed electrical wiring

    or components.

    3. Remove the ice drop cover from the evaporator and the storage hopper cover.

    4. Seal the evaporator outlet with the plastic plug provided with the unit and replace the ice drop cover.

    5. Remove cleaning fill plug and add four (4) ounces of Virginia Ice Machine Cleaner to the evaporator and

    replace cleaning fill plug.

    CAUTION: Virginia Ice Machine Cleaner is a mild acid, therefore, normal care should be

    taken when using. Keep out of eyes and cuts. Read warnings on package before using. Do

    not operate unit in the cleaning mode without the ice drop cover in place. There may be

    some overflow of cleaning solution through the evaporator vent tube during the cleaning cycle.

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    6. Push manual water fill switch and fill evaporator with water (approximately 5 seconds).

    7. Put the “Clean/Run” switch in the “clean” position. Allow unit to run in the cleaning mode for at least 30

    minutes.

    8. Put the “Clean/Run” switch in the “run” position.

    9. Depress the “Flush” switch push button and drain evaporator for about 1-1/2 minutes. Release push but-

    ton. Push manual water fill switch and allow evaporator to refill with water. Repeat Step 9 three (3) times to

    thoroughly remove cleaning solution from evaporator.

    10. Depress the “Flush” switch push button for 1-1/2 minutes to drain the evaporator.

    11. Remove the evaporator plug.

    12. Put the “Stop/Run” switch in the “run” position and allow unit to run through at least three (3) complete ice

    making cycles or until ice is free of “sweet” taste.

    WARNING: If unit fails to harvest ice, put the “Stop/Run” switch in the “stop” position.

    Depress the “Flush” switch push button for 1-1/2 minutes to drain the evaporator. Flush

    the evaporator with hot water to thoroughly melt all the ice in the evaporator. Repeat Step 9

    to remove all traces of the cleaning solution from the evaporator.

    13. Dispense all ice out of storage hopper and discard.

    Dispenser Section

    1. Turn off main electrical power supply to machine.

    2. Remove agitator assembly from storage hopper and wash and rinse it thoroughly.

    3. Wash down all inside surfaces of the ice storage area, including the top cover and ice drop cover with a

    mild detergent solution and rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of detergent.

    4. Replace agitator.

    5. Remove ice chute cover as follows:

    A. Flex sides outward to disengage lower pins.

    B. Lift ice chute cover to disengage upper pins.

    C. Lower ice chute cover down out of unit. Note: It may be helpful to twist cover slightly.

    6. Clean the inside of the ice chute and ice chute cover with a mild detergent solution. Rinse thoroughly to

    remove all traces of detergent.

    7. Reverse steps above to reassemble ice chute.

    8. Sanitize the inside of the hopper agitator, ice chute, the hopper cover and ice drop cover with a solution of

    1 ounce of household bleach to 2 gallons of water. (200 PPM)

    9. Replace the hopper cover and ice drop cover. Turn on the electrical power supply. The ice maker is ready

    for normal operation.

    For Units With Beverage System

    Cold Plate

    1. Carefully remove the lower front panel. (Below beverage faucets).

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    2. Slide the cold plate cover back. (Remove shipping tape and discard).

    3. Remove any debris from the drain trough and spring. Check that drain hole is not clogged.

    4. Wash down the inside of the cold plate with a mild detergent solution and rinse. A small, long handled

    brush will be found helpful in reaching the corners.

    5. Slide the cover forward, taking care that it is securely positioned on the cold plate.

    6. Replace the lower front panel.

    Beverage System

    1. Remove the faucet spouts, wash in mild detergent, rinse and replace.

    2. Disconnect electrical power to the carbonator. Shut off the water supply and close the CO

    2

    regulator to the

    carbonator.

    3. Disconnect the syrup tanks from the system.

    4. Energize the beverage faucets to purge the remaining soda water in the system.

    5. Use a clean 5 gallon tank for each of the following:

    Cleaning Tank: Fill with hot (120° - 140°F) potable water.

    Sanitizing Tank: Fill with a chlorine sanitizing solution in the strength of 1 ounce of household bleach(so-

    dium hypochlorite) to 2 gallons of cold (ambient) potable water (200 PPM).

    6. Repeat the following procedure on each of the units’ syrup product lines:

    A. Connect the cleaning tank to the syrup line to be sanitized and to the CO

    2

    system.

    B. Energize the beverage faucet until the liquid dispensed is free of any syrup.

    C. Disconnect the cleaning tank and hook up the sanitizing tank to the syrup line and CO

    2

    system.

    D. Energize the beverage faucet until the chlorine sanitizing solution is dispensed through the faucet.

    Flush at least 2 cups of liquid to ensure that the sanitizing solution has filled the entire length of the

    syrup lines. Allow the sanitizer to remain in the line for twenty (20) minutes.

    E. Disconnect the sanitizing tank. Hook up the product tank to the syrup line and to the CO

    2

    system.

    F. Energize the faucet to flush the sanitizing solution from the syrup line and faucet. Continue to draw on

    the faucet until only syrup is dispensed.

    7. Repeat Step 2 in reverse order to turn on the carbonator. Dispense at least 1 cup of beverage from each

    faucet. Check taste. Continue to flush if needed, to obtain a satisfactory tasting drink.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

    The following pages contain troubleshooting charts designed to aid an experienced service person in diagnosing

    any operating problem which may be experienced. It is assumed that normal service techniques and skills are

    familiar to the person doing the troubleshooting. In order to gain maximum benefit from these charts please

    note:

    1. Start at the beginning of the chart and supply the appropriate answer to each question.

    2. Do not skip any section, unless instructed to do so. You might miss the solution to your problem.

    3. Evaluate the possible problem causes in the sequence in which they are presented. In general, they begin

    with the most likely (or easiest) to check and proceed to the less likely (or more complicated).

    4. If after checking all indicated causes, the problem is not resolved, it is recommended that you

    re-try a second time, carefully evaluating the symptoms and modifying your answers as necessary.

    5. If you are unable to resolve a problem after several attempts, contact Remcor Customer Service

    for assistance.

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    START

    DOES UNIT

    OPERATE?

    IS

    ICE MAKER

    O.K.?

    IS

    DISPENSER

    O.K.?

    IS

    BEVERAGE

    SYSTEM

    O.K.?

    DONE

    NO OPERATION OF ANY

    COMPONENT.

    GO TO 1.

    ICE MAKER ABNORMAL.

    DISPENSER AND BEVERAGE

    WORK NORMALLY.

    GO TO 2.

    DOES NOT DISPENSE.

    ICE MAKER WORKS O.K.

    GO TO 3.

    PROBLEM WITH BEVERAGE

    FAUCETS OR DRINK QUALITY.

    GO TO 4.

    NO

    NO

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES

    YES

    YES

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    1. TOTALLY INOPERATIVE

    POWER

    PRESENT AT

    REAR JUNCTION

    BOX?

    NO

    NO

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES

    YES

    YES

    IS

    SUPPLY FUSE

    BLOWN (OR C/B

    TRIPPED)?

    CHECK FOR LOOSE CONNECTION

    OR BROKEN WIRE INSIDE UNIT.

    IS LINE

    VOLTAGE

    WITHIN ± 10% OF

    NAMEPLATE

    VOLTAGE?

    CHECK FOR LOOSE CONNECTION

    OR BROKEN WIRE IN SUPPLY

    WIRING OF UNIT.

    IS

    FUSE OR C/B

    SIZE PROPER?

    REPLACE WITH CORRECT

    SIZE DEVICE.

    IS

    LINE VOLTAGE

    HIGH OR

    LOW?

    INSTALL BUCKING TRANSFORMER

    TO REDUCE LINE VOLTAGE.

    IS

    OTHER EQUIP.

    ON SAME

    CIRCUIT?

    LOW

    HIGH

    YES

    NO

    1. CHECK FOR SHORT CIRCUIT IN

    WIRING INSIDE UNIT.

    2. CHECK COMPONENTS FOR SHORT

    CIRCUIT OR GROUNDED WIRING.

    1. REMOVE ALL OTHER EQUIPMENT

    FROM ICE MAKER CIRCUIT.

    2. INSTALL NEW DEDICATED CIRCUIT

    FOR ICE MAKER.

    1. CHECK FOR LOOSE OR CORRODED CON-

    NECTION IN SUPPLY WIRING.

    2. CHECK SUPPLY WIRING FOR UNDER-

    SIZED WIRE, AND REPLACE.

    3. INSTALL BOOSTING TRANSFORMER TO

    RAISE LINE VOLTAGE.

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    NO

    YES

    2. ICE MAKER PROBLEM

    DOES

    ICE MAKER

    OPERATE?

    GO TO 2.A

    IS ICE

    PRODUCED?

    DOES

    COMPRESSOR

    RUN?

    IS

    ICE ON

    EVAPORATOR?

    GO TO 2.D

    GO TO 2.B GO TO 2.C

    IS ICE

    PRODUCTION

    NORMAL?

    GO TO 2.E

    GO TO 2.F

    DONE

    IS ICE

    QUALITY

    NORMAL?

    YES

    NO

    NO

    YES YES

    NO

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES

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    YES

    2.A ICE MAKER PROBLEM

    NO

    IS

    HOPPER

    FULL?

    RUN/STOP

    SWITCH?

    PUT SWITCH IN

    RUN POSITION.

    NORMAL SHUTOFF ON

    BIN THERMOSTAT.

    IS BIN

    THERMOSTAT

    OPEN?

    IS

    WATER

    LEVEL NORMAL

    IN EVAP.?

    IS LOW-

    PRESSURE

    SWITCH

    OPEN?

    IS HIGH-

    PRESSURE

    SWITCH

    OPEN?

    CHECK FOR LOOSE CONNECTION

    OR BROKEN WIRE.

    RUN

    STOPYES

    NO

    NO

    YES

    NO

    YES

    YES

    NO

    1. CHECK THERMOSTAT ADJUST-

    MENT.

    2. REPLACE BIN THERMOSTAT.

    1. CHECK THAT WATER SUPPLY IS OPEN.

    2. CHECK WATER SUPPLY FILTER.

    3. CHECK FOR PLUGGED WATER SOLENOID

    VALVE.

    4. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER CAM #4.

    (WATER DUMP)

    5. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #4.

    6. CHECK IF WATER DUMP VALVE IS STUCK

    OPEN.

    1. CHECK FOR REFRIGERANT UN-

    DER-CHARGE

    2. CHECK TXV VALVE.

    AIR-COOLED UNITS

    WATER-COOLED UNITS

    1. CHECK FOR RESTRICTED AIR FLOW AT TOP

    OR REAR OF UNIT.

    2. CHECK FOR HOT AIR RECIRCULATING TO TOP

    INLET. ELIMINATE BY BAFFLING.

    3. CHECK FOR DIRTY INLET AIR FILTER.

    4. CHECK FOR DIRTY AIR-COOLED CONDENSER.

    5. CHECK CONDENSER FAN MOTOR.

    6. CHECK FOR REFRIG. OVER-CHARGE.

    1. CHECK WATER SUPPLY TO CONDENSER.

    2. CHECK FOR FAULTY WATER REG. VALVE.

    3. CHECK FOR REFRIG. OVER-CHARGE.

    4. CHECK FOR FOULED CONDENSER.

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    YES NO

    2.B COMPRESSOR INOPERATIVE

    IS

    LINE VOLTAGE

    WITHIN ± 10%

    OF NAMEPLATE

    VOLTAGE?

    CHECK VOLTAGE

    PROBLEMS IN 1.

    IS

    THERMAL

    PROTECTOR

    OPEN?

    IS

    CONTACTOR

    PULLED

    IN?

    IS

    COMPRESSOR

    BODY

    COLD?

    REPLACE

    THERMAL

    PROTECTOR.

    IS

    120V.

    PRESENT AT

    CONTACTOR

    COIL

    TERMINAL?

    REPLACE CONTACTOR.

    NO

    YES

    NOYES

    YES

    NO

    YES NO

    1. CHECK FOR LOOSE OR BROKEN WIRING

    CONNECTION IN COMPRESSOR POWER

    CIRCUIT.

    2. CHECK CONTACTOR.

    3. CHECK STARTING RELAY.

    4. CHECK CAPACITOR(S).

    5. CHECK COMPRESSOR MOTOR.

    1. CHECK FOR LOOSE OR BROKEN

    WIRING CONNECTION IN CONTROL

    CIRCUIT.

    2. GO TO 2.A.

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    YES NO

    2.C NO ICE ON EVAPORATOR

    IS

    HARVEST

    TIMER

    RUNNING?

    IS

    EVAPORATOR

    COLD?

    IS

    WATER LEVEL

    NORMAL?

    IS

    HOT GAS SOLENOID

    ENERGIZED?

    CHECK

    REFRIGERATION

    SYSTEM.

    CHECK WATER

    PROBLEMS IN 2.A.

    IS

    COND. CONTROL

    ENERGIZED?

    CHECK TIMER

    SWITCH #1.

    IS

    HARVEST TIMER

    HOME?

    NO

    YES

    YES

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES NO

    YES

    NO

    1. CHECK FOR REFRIGERANT

    UNDER-CHARGE.

    2. CHECK HOT GAS SOLENOID

    FOR LEAKING SEAT.

    3. GO TO 2.A.

    1. CHECK FOR OPEN CONDUCT

    PROBE WIRING.

    2. CHECK CONDUCTIVITY

    CONTROL.

    1. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF

    TIMER CAM #2. (HOT GAS)

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #2.

    1. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER

    CAM #1. (TIMER HOME)

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #1.

    3. CHECK TIMER MOTOR.

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    YES

    NO

    2.D FROZEN EVAPORATOR

    IS

    AMBIENT ABOVE

    60°F?

    IS

    VOLTAGE WITHIN

    ±10%?

    CHECK VOLTAGE ITEMS IN 1.

    DISCONNECT PROBE WIRE FROM

    CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL.

    DOES

    TIMER

    START?

    HOT

    GAS OPERATION

    O.K.?

    WATER

    DUMP

    O.K.?

    DOES

    ICE HARVEST

    NORMALLY?

    YES

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES

    YES

    YES

    NO

    NO

    NO

    1. SHUTOFF ICE MAKER AND THAW EVAPORATOR.

    2. START ICE MAKER.

    1. ARRANGE TO MAINTAIN MINIMUM

    60° F AMBIENT.

    2. CONDUCT FACTORY REGARDING

    SPECIAL APPLICATION.

    1. CHECK TIMER MOTOR.

    2. CHECK CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL.

    1. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER

    CAM #2. (HOT GAS)

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #2.

    3. CHECK HOT GAS SOLENOID.

    1. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER

    CAM #4. (WATER DUMP)

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #4.

    3. CHECK DUMP SOLENOID.

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    YES

    NO

    2.D (CONT’D)

    1. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER CAM

    #3. (HARVEST MOTOR)

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #3.

    3. CHECK HARVEST MOTOR CAPACITOR.

    4. CHECK HARVEST MOTOR.

    REPLACE PROBE WIRE ON

    CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL

    DURING HARVEST CYCLE.

    DOES

    TIMER RETURN

    HOME?

    WAIT ONE FULL FREEZING

    CYCLE (APPROX. 6-10 MIN.)

    1. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER

    CAM #1. (TIMER HOME)

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #1.

    DOES

    HARVEST

    INITIATE?

    1. CHECK PROBE WIRING FOR

    SHORTED CONNECTION.

    2. CHECK CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL.

    DOES

    ICE HARVEST

    NORMALLY?

    1. REPEAT PREVIOUS CHECK OF OPERATION OF HARVEST

    COMPONENTS IN 2.D.

    2. ADJUST ICE THICKNESS PROBE ONLY AFTER ALL OTH-

    ER FACTORS HAVE BEEN CHECKED THOROUGHLY.

    DONE

    YES

    YES

    YES

    NO

    NO

    NO

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    YES

    NO

    2.E LOW ICE PRODUCTION

    IS

    WATER LEVEL

    NORMAL?

    IS

    WATER TEMP.

    HIGH?

    IS

    AMBIENT TEMP.

    HIGH?

    IS

    ICE THIN?

    CHECK WATER ITEMS IN 2.A.

    NORMAL EFFECT. INSTALL

    REMCOR PRE-COOLER TO

    INCREASE CAPACITY.

    NORMAL EFFECT. ARRANGE

    FOR LOWER AMBIENT AIR

    TEMP. IF POSSIBLE.

    GO TO 2.C.

    CHECK REFRIGERATION

    SYSTEM.

    NO

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES

    YES

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    YES

    2.F POOR ICE QUALITY

    NO

    YES

    IS

    ICE CLOUDY?

    IS

    ICE SOFT?

    1. CHECK AIR PUMP.

    2. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER CAM #4. (WATER

    PUMP)

    3. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #4.

    4. CHECK WATER DUMP VALVE.

    5. CHECK WATER FILTER.

    6. INCREASE WATER DUMP BY ADJUSTING TIMER

    CAM #4.

    7. INSTALL ADDITIONAL WATER TREATMENT DE-

    VICES FOR SPECIFIC PROBLEM WATER.

    DONE

    NO

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    YES

    3. DISPENSER PROBLEM

    NO

    DOES

    AGITATOR

    ROTATE?

    1. CHECK MOTOR CAPACITOR.

    2. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #5.

    3. CHECK AGITATOR MOTOR.

    IS

    VOLTAGE AT

    SOLENOID

    103-126V.?

    1. CHECK FOR BURNED OUT SOLENOID.

    2. CHECK FOR STUCK OR BINDING GATE

    MECHANISM.

    IS

    HOPPER LEVEL

    TOO HIGH?

    1. CHECK FOR BLOWN SOLENOID FUSE IN ELEC-

    TRICAL BOX. IF FUSE IS BLOWN, CHECK FOR

    STUCK GATE MECHANISM, BURNED OUT SOLE-

    NOID, OR LOW VOLTAGE.

    2. CHECK VEND SWITCH.

    3. CHECK FOR LOOSE OR BROKEN WIRE CONNEC-

    TION IN SOLENOID CIRCUIT.

    4. CHECK VOLTAGE PROBLEMS IN 1.

    1. CHECK BIN THERMOSTAT

    ADJUSTMENT.

    2. REPLACE BIN THERMOSTAT.

    IS

    ICE SLUSHY?

    DONE

    1. CHECK HOPPER DRAINS.

    2. CHECK LEVEL OF UNIT.

    3. CHECK FOR WATER OVERFLOW FROM EVAP-

    ORATOR. SEE SECTION 2.

    4. CHECK ADJUSTMENT OF TIMER CAM #5.

    (AGITATION)

    5. CHECK TIMER SWITCH #5.

    YES

    YES

    YES

    YES

    NO

    NO

    NO

    NO

    DOES

    GATE OPEN?

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    YES

    4. BEVERAGE SYSTEM PROBLEM

    NO

    IS

    ONE OR MORE

    FAUCETS

    INOPERATIVE?

    1. CHECK WIRING CONNECTIONS TO IN-

    OPERATIVE FAUCETS.

    2. REPLACE INOPERATIVE FAUCETS.

    3. CHECK WIRING CONNECTIONS FROM

    24V. TRANSFORMER.

    4. CHECK 24V. TRANSFORMER.

    IS

    BEVERAGE

    COLD?

    IS

    BEVERAGE

    PROPERLY

    CARBONATED?

    IS

    BEVERAGE

    TOO SWEET?

    IS

    BEVERAGE

    TOO WATERY?

    DONE

    1. CHECK REMOTE COOLING

    SYSTEM. (-B MODELS)

    2. CHECK FOR ICE ON COLD

    PLATE. (-BC MODELS)

    3. CHECK CO

    2

    PRESSURE.

    4. CHECK CARBONATOR.

    1. CHECK WATER SUPPLY PRESSURE.

    2. CHECK SUPPLY FILTER.

    3. CHECK CARBONATOR.

    4. CHECK FAUCET BRIX.

    1. CHECK IF SYRUP TANK IS EMPTY.

    2. CHECK CO

    2

    PRESSURE.

    3. CHECK FAUCET BRIX.

    NO

    NO

    NO

    NO

    YES

    YES

    YES

    YES

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    MAINTENANCE/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES

    THERMOSTAT ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENTS

    IMPORTANT: Adjust the bin thermostat setting only if storage hopper over fill is a problem.

    BIN THERMOSTAT

    1. Open the hinged service door.

    2. The adjustment screw is located below the “Flush” switch on the left side of the electrical box.

    3. For altitudes up to 6,000 feet, turn the adjustment screw COUNTERCLOCKWISE as follows:

    ELEVATION (FEET) COUNTERCLOCKWISE TURN

    2,000 1/13

    4,000 1/6

    6,000 1/4

    4. For altitudes above 6,000 feet, consult the factory.

    CLEARING EVAPORATOR FREEZE-UP

    WARNING: To prevent possible injury, do not place fingers or hand into ice maker nozzle or

    hopper with power applied to the unit.

    1. Open the hinged service door.

    2. Place the “Stop/Run” switch in the “Stop” position.

    3. Close the water supply valve to the ice maker.

    4. Remove the ice drop and hopper covers.

    5. Depress the “Flush” switch push button and drain the evaporator.

    6. Pour hot water into the evaporator ice exit opening. It will be necessary to use either a funnel or a container

    with a spout. Fill the evaporator completely.

    7. Drain the evaporator. Repeat steps 5 and 6 as required to ensure that all the ice in the evaporator is

    melted.

    8. Open the water supply valve. Depress the fill switch and refill evaporator.

    9. Replace the ice drop and hopper covers.

    10. Consult TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE to determine cause of freeze-up before putting unit back in service.

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    ICE THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT

    WARNING: Do not adjust ice thickness probe unless all other problem causes have been

    evaluated.

    1. Open the hinged service door and remove the ice drop and hopper covers.

    2. Collect and weigh the ice produced during the harvest cycle. The amount of ice harvested should weigh

    approximately five (5) pounds. Use the following procedure to adjust the probe to obtain this weight. (A

    clockwise adjustment will reduce the harvest weight while counterclockwise turns will increase the amount).

    CAUTION: Do not turn the screw on the end of the probe. Rotate the plastic probe body

    only using a 3/8 inch open end wrench. Make adjustments in 1/8 inch turn increments.

    A. Place the “Stop/Run” switch in the “Stop” position. (If unit is in the ice-making cycle, stop the unit at

    the end of the harvest cycle).

    B. Access to the probe is obtained by removing the rear service panel. (For units without beverage fau-

    cets, the probe can be adjusted from the front by removing the lower front panel if rear access is

    blocked).

    C. Adjust the probe.

    D. Place the “Stop/Run” switch in the “Run” position.

    E. Collect and weigh the ice harvested. Repeat step A through E as necessary to obtain the required

    amount of ice.

    3. In making an initial adjustment (for example, if the probe has been removed and replaced for any reason),

    turn probe clockwise until it just touches the evaporator coil (a slight back pressure will be felt). Turn probe

    counterclockwise 2-1/2 turns. Follow procedure in step 2 to obtain the required ice harvest weight.

    CLEANING/REPLACE THE FILTER

    1. Remove the filter from the cabinet panel by sliding it forward toward the front of the unit.

    2. Wash the filter in a solution of warm water and a mild detergent. Do not use caustic detergents as they

    may attack the aluminum filter elements.

    3. Dry filter thoroughly.

    4. For maximum effectiveness, reactivate the filter with an air filter coating (see Parts List, Miscellaneous

    Components).

    CLEANING THE CONDENSER

    Air-Cooled Units.

    1. Disconnect power to the unit.

    2. Remove the upper right side panel.

    3. Remove all dirt/foreign material built up from the condenser fins (fan side). Be careful not to damage the

    fins. It is recommended that a power vacuum cleaner with a “crevice” tool attachment be used.

  • 3290914

    HARVEST TIME ADJUSTMENT

    WARNING: Disconnect electrical power to the unit before servicing the timer in the

    electrical box.

    1. Disconnect power to ice maker.

    2. Open the hinged service door and remove the electrical control box cover.

    3. Place the “Stop/Run” switch in the “Stop” position.

    4. Using Figure 10 as a guide, set the timer cam tabs as follows, starting with cam wheel No.1 (all cam tab

    positions are in relation to No.1 left cam tab).

    NOTE: Timer cam wheels can be manually rotated only in the normal direction of rotation-downward as

    viewed from the front of the unit.

    A. “Manually” adjust the cam tabs by using each “click” as the cam tab is rotated, as equivalent to .75

    seconds.

    B. Set up cam wheel No.1 with the left and right cam tabs back-to-back as shown in Figure 7A.

    C. Adjust the cam tabs on wheels No. 2 through No. 5 in sequence as shown on the chart. Rotate the

    cam wheels manually downward to set each wheel.

    D. After the cam tabs are manually set, reconnect power to the ice maker.

    E. Rotate the cam wheels slightly to activate the timer motor (No. 1 telltale down).

    F. Using a stop watch, time the cam switch telltales. Adjust the cam tabs as necessary for the required

    cycle times.

    MANUAL FILLING

    In the event that the ice maker is not functioning, the hopper may be manually filled with ice.

    1. Open the hinged service door.

    2. Place the “Stop/Run” switch in the “Stop” position.

    WARNING: Electrical power is on to the agitator motor and the gate solenoid.

    Avoid contact with these components.

    3. Remove the ice drop and storage hopper covers.

    4. Fill hopper with ice and replace covers. Unit is now ready for dispensing.

    CAUTION: Do not use crushed or flaked ice. Use of bagged ice, which has frozen into large

    chunks, can void warranty. The agitator is not designed to be an ice crusher. Use of large

    chunks of ice which “jam up” inside the hopper will cause failure of the agitator motor and

    damage the hopper. If bagged ice is used, it must be carefully and completely broken into small,

    cube size pieces before filling into the storage hopper. Do not allow foreign material to enter the

    ice storage hopper.

  • 33 90914

    10A

    FIGURE 10. HARVEST TIMER

  • 3490914

    PARTS LIST

    DESCRIPTION PART NUMBERS

    Air Cooled Water Cooled

    Dispenser Components 250 250 “BC” 250 250 “BC”

    Gate Slide 21491 21491 21491 21491

    Depressor Lever 22777 22777 22777 22777

    Depressor Retainer 22644 22644 22644 22644

    Agitator 23692 23692 23692 23692

    Vend Switch 30895 30895 30895 30895

    Switch Boot 31007 31007 31007 31007

    Agitator Motor with Gasket 31197-1 31197-1 31197-1 31197-1

    Agitator Motor Shaft Seal 50891 50891 50891 50891

    Agitator Motor Plate Insulation 50967 50967 50967 50967

    Sink 51024 52208 51024 52208

    Sink Grill 70496 70496 70496 70496

    Ice Chute, Back Section 53015 53015 53015 53015

    Ice Chute Cover 53016 53016 53016 53016

    Gate Gasket 50770 50770 50770 50770

    Gate Solenoid Assembly 31470 31470 31470 31470

    Gate Rebuilding Kit 70438 70438 70438 70438

    Agitator Motor Heater ---------- 30794 ---------- 30794

    Agitator Motor Gasket 50481 50481 50481 50481

    DESCRIPTION PART NUMBERS

    Air Cooled Water Cooled

    Electrical Controls 250 250 “BC” 250 250 “BC”

    Contactor 30379 30379 30379 30379

    Toggle Switch 30385 30385 30385 30385

    Flush Switch 30895 30895 30895 30895

    Bin Thermostat 31001 31001 31001 31001

    Fuse, 1-1/4 Amps (Gate Solenoid) 31406 31406 31406 31406

    Timer, Harvest 31840 31840 31840 31840

    Conductivity Control 31743 31743 31743 31743

    Capacitor, Harvest Motor 31673 31673 31673 31673

    Compressor Start Relay 31671 31671 31671 31671

    Capacitor, Compressor Start 31741 31741 31741 31741

    Capacitor, Compressor Run 31673 31673 31673 31673

    Compressor Overload 31742 31742 31742 31742

    High Pressure Control 60501 60501 60501 60501

    Low Pressure Control 60369 60369 60369 60369

    Transformer, Beverage ---------- 31091 ---------- 31091

    Relay, Agitator Motor 31375 31375 31375 31375

  • 35 90914

    PARTS LIST (CONT’D)

    DESCRIPTION PART NUMBERS

    Air Cooled Water Cooled

    Refrigeration Components 250 250 “BC” 250 250 “BC”

    Compressor 60678 60678 60678 60678

    Compressor Mounting Kit 31607 31607 31607 31607

    Air Pump 31568 31568 31568 31568

    Hose Adaptor, 3/8 NPT X 3/8 Barb 51189 51189 51189 51189

    Hose Adaptor 90°, 3/8 NPT X 3/8 Barb 51190 51190 51190 51190

    Condenser Fan Motor 31738 31738 ---------- ----------

    Condenser Fan Blade 31739 31739 ---------- ----------

    Water Valve Inlet 40672 40672 40672 40672

    Condenser Air-Cooled 60679 60679 ---------- ----------

    Condenser Shroud 51388 51388 ---------- ----------

    Tinnerman Clip, Shroud 70704 70704 ---------- ----------

    Filter (Drier) 60623 60623 60623 60623

    Hot Gas Solenoid Valve 60620 60620 60620 60620

    Hot Gas Solenoid Coil (115 Volt) 32576 32576 32576 32576

    TXV R-502 60947 60947 60947 60947

    Condenser, Water Cooled ---------- ---------- 60309 60309

    Water Regulating Valve ---------- ---------- 40122 40122

    Water Drain Valve 40653 40653 40653 40653

    Tubing, Water Drain, 1/2 inch I.D. 50351 50351 50351 50351

    Tubing, Air Pump, 3/8 inch I.D. 50096 50096 50096 50096

    DESCRIPTION PART NUMBERS

    Air Cooled Water Cooled

    Evaporator Components 250 250 “BC” 250 250 “BC”

    Evaporator Assembly 61023 61023 61023 61023

    Evaporator Housing, Foamed 51368 51368 51368 51368

    Evaporator Coil Assembly 60680 60680 60680 60680

    Harvest Bar Assembly With Gaskets 51369--1 51369--1 51369--1 51369--1

    Gasket Kit 51356 51356 51356 51356

    Ice Thickness Probe 51179 51179 51179 51179

    Harvest Motor With Gaskets 31560--1 31560--1 31560--1 31560--1

    Hose Adaptor, 1/4 NPT X 3/8 Barb 51191 51191 51191 51191

    Hose Adaptor, 1/4 NPT X 1/2 Barb 51192 51192 51192 51192

    10-32 X 5/8 Phillips Flat Head Screw 70746 70746 70746 70746

    Air Cooled Water Cooled

    Miscellaneous Components 250 250 “BC” 250 250 “BC”

    Filter 70551 70551 70551 70551

    Filter Coating, 16 Ounces 51355 51355 51355 51355

    Label “Press For Ice” 90906 90906 90906 90906

    Wiring Diagram 90915 90915 90915 90915

    Manual 90914 90914 90914 90914

    Cleaning Label 90916 90916 90916 90916

  • 36

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    in material and workmanship under normal use and service. For a copy of the warranty applicable to your

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