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SERVICE AND INSTALLATION MANUAL

THE ICE SERIES CUBERS ICE0250 through ICE2100 SERIES*

*Includes Undercounter and 22 Inch Series

ICE-O-Matic

 

11100 East 45th Ave

 

Denver, Colorado 80239

 

Part Number 9081270-01

Date 1/08

ICE Series

Notes

ICE Series

Table Of Contents

Table of Contents

 

 

Table of Contents

Page A1

General Information

 

 

How To Use This Manual

Page A2

Model And Serial Number Format

Page A3

Electrical And Mechanical Specifications

Page

A5-A8

Installation Guidelines

Page

A9

Electrical And Plumbing Requirements

Page A10-A17

Remote Condenser Installation

Page A18-A19

How The Machine Works

Page A20

Undercounter Model Bin Removal

Page A21-A22

Warranty Information

Page A23-A24

Scheduled Maintenance

 

 

Maintenance Procedure

Page B1

Cleaning and Sanitizing Instructions

Page

B1-B2

Winterizing Procedure

Page

B3

Cabinet Care

Page B4

Troubleshooting Trees

 

 

How to Use The Troubleshooting Trees

Page C1

Troubleshooting Trees Table Of Contents

Page C2

Troubleshooting Trees

Page C3-C18

Water System

 

 

Water Distribution And Components

Page D1-D5

Refrigeration System

 

 

Refrigeration Cycle And Components

Page E1

Harvest Cycle

Page E5

Remote System

Page E5-E6

Pump Down System

Page E7

Refrigerant Specifications

Page E8-E20

Electrical System

 

 

Control Circuit

Page

F1

Compressor And Start Components

Page F1-F2

Untimed Freeze Cycle

Page F3

Timed Freeze Cycle

Page F4

Harvest Cycle

Page F5-F9

Pump Down System

Page F9

Electrical Sequence ICE1400-2100 Version 3

Page F10

Wiring Diagrams

Page G1

Page A1

ICE Series

General Information

How To Use This Manual

Ice-O-Matic provides this manual as an aid to the service technician in installation, operation, and maintenance of the ICE Series (electro-mechanical) cube ice machines. If used properly this manual can also assist the service technician to troubleshoot and diagnose most of the problems that may occur with the machine.

The first two sections of this manual provide general information and maintenance information.

The remainder of the manual beginning with Section C provides troubleshooting and service information. Section C contains flow charts called troubleshooting trees. Page C-1 provides instructions on using the troubleshooting trees. Each troubleshooting tree is named to describe a particular problem with the operation of the machine.

When following the troubleshooting trees, the service technician will be led through questions and checks and end up with a probable solution. When using the troubleshooting trees, it is important that the service technician understand the operation and adjustments of the components being checked and the component suspected of malfunctioning. A detailed description of the operation and adjustments of the components as well as other service information is available in the pages that follow Section C.

Sections D, E, and F focus on a particular system in the ice machine: water distribution system, refrigeration system, and it is important that these sections be used together with the

Troubleshooting Trees in Section C.

Most aspects of the ICE Series machines are covered in this manual, however, should you encounter any conditions not addressed herein, please contact the Ice-O-Matic Technical

Service Department for assistance. You may also fax, e-mail or write the Ice-O-Matic Technical

Service Department:

Ice-O-Matic

11100 E. 45th Ave.

Denver, Co. 80239

Attn: Technical Service Department

E-Mail: Tech.service@iceomatic.com

Telephone Numbers

Any Service communication must include:

800-423-3367

All Department

• Model Number

888-349-4423 Technical Assistance Only

• Serial number

303-371-3737

 

• A detailed explanation of the problem

Note the warning symbol where it appears in this manual. It is an alert for important safety information on a hazard that might cause serious injury.

Keep this manual for future reference.

The ICE Series Service Parts Manuals are available separately.

Ice-O-Matic products are not designed for outdoor installation.

Page A2

ICE Series

General Information

Model and Serial Number Format

Model Numbers

ICE 040 0 H A

Condenser Type: A=Air W=Water R=Remote T=Top Discharge Air Cooled

Cube Size: H=Half (3/8 X 7/8 X7/8) F=Full (7/8 X 7/8 X7/8)

Voltage: 0=115V 5=240/50/1 6=208-230/60/1 7=208-230/60/3

Approximate 24 hour ice production: (x 10 @ 70°F/21°C Air and 50°F/10°C Water)

Series: Slab ice cuber, Stainless Steel Cabinet

Serial Number Date Code

The first letter in the serial number indicates the month and decade of manufacture.

The first digit in the serial number indicates the year of manufacture.

Example: A0XX-XXXXX-Z is manufactured January 2000

A1XX-XXXXX-Z is manufactured January 2001

1990-1999

MONTH

2000-2004

M

JANUARY

A

N

FEBRUARY

B

P

MARCH

C

Q

APRIL

D

R

MAY

E

S

JUNE

F

T

JULY

G

U

AUGUST

H

V

SEPTEMBER

I

W

OCTOBER

J

Y

NOVEMBER

K

Z

DECEMBER

L

Note: The letter O and letter X are not used.

Reference new serial number format on next page.

Page A3

ICE Series

General Information

Model and Serial Number Format

Since all Enodis companies will eventually be utilizing same operating system, a company wide format for serial numbers has been designed.

This format is 14 characters long and begins with a date code followed by the Ice-O-Matic identifier, and then a sequential number. This is an entirely numerical serial number.

The new serial number will look like the example.

0407 1280 010123

010123 is the serial identifier.

1280 is the identifier. (Ice-O-Matic)

0407 is the date code, in YYMM format. (2004 July)

The date code will change monthly and yearly to reflect the date of manufacture.

Large data plate will be placed on the back of the unit.

Small data plate will be placed by the service valves.

Page A4

ICE Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Information

 

 

24 Hour

 

Wires

Max

Min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capacity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voltage

@ 90/70

 

Including

Fuse

Circuit

Comp.

**Refrigerant

 

 

Model

Hz/Phase

Lbs.

Kg.

BTUH

Ground

Size

Amps

RLA

Type

Oz.

Grams

ICEU150*A1

115/60/1

117

53

3148

3

15

9.6

6.8

R404A

13

369

 

ICEU150*W1

115/60/1

166

75

3392

3

15

7.9

5.9

R404A

10

284

 

ICEU150*A2

115/60/1

117

53

3148

3

15

9.6

6.8

R404A

13

369

 

ICEU150*W2

115/60/1

166

75

3392

3

15

7.9

5.9

R404A

10

284

 

ICEU150*A3

115/60/1

112

51

3572

3

15

9.7

6.9

R404A

12

340

 

ICEU150*W3

115/60/1

155

70

3732

3

15

7.9

5.9

R404A

9

284

 

ICEU200*A1

115/60/1

157

71

4435

3

15

11.6

8.2

R404A

13

369

 

ICEU200*W1

115/60/1

183

83

4199

3

15

8.9

6.7

R404A

9

256

 

ICEU200*A2

115/60/1

157

71

4435

3

15

11.6

8.2

R404A

13

369

 

ICEU200*W2

115/60/1

183

83

4199

3

15

8.9

6.7

R404A

9

256

 

ICEU220A

115/60/1

175

80

4609

3

15

11.9

8.5

R404A

12

340

 

ICEU220W

115/60/1

220

100

4642

3

15

8.9

6.7

R404A

9

256

 

ICEU206*A1

230/60/1

162

74

4115

3

15

4.8

3.2

R-134a

14

397

 

ICEU206*W1

230/60/1

190

86

4009

3

15

4.0

2.9

R-134a

11

312

 

ICEU226A

230/60/1

168

76

4321

3

15

6.0

4.2

R404A

12

340

 

ICEU226W

230/60/1

192

87

4263

3

15

4.4

3.2

R404A

9

256

 

ICEU300A

115/60/1

228

104

5928

3

15

13.1

8.8

R404A

16

454

 

ICEU300W

115/60/1

296

135

6097

3

15

11.1

8.5

R404A

13

369

 

ICE0250*A3

115/60/1

244

111

6221

3

15

13.3

8.6

R404A

16

454

 

ICE0250*A-T3

115/60/1

244

111

6221

3

15

13.3

8.6

R404A

16

454

 

ICE0250*W3

115/60/1

284

129

6030

3

15

10.8

8.2

R404A

13

369

 

ICE0250*A4

115/60/1

253

115

6248

3

15

13.3

8.6

R404A

25

709

 

ICE0250*A-T4

115/60/1

253

115

6248

3

15

13.3

8.6

R404A

25

709

 

ICE0250*W4

115/60/1

275

125

5855

3

15

10.8

8.2

R404A

13

369

 

ICE0320*A1

115/60/1

214

97

5910

3

15

13.8

9.0

R404A

18

510

 

ICE0320*W1

115/60/1

312

142

6195

3

15

10.9

8.3

R404A

15

425

 

ICE0320*A2

115/60/1

214

97

5910

3

15

13.8

9.0

R404A

18

510

 

ICE0320*W2

115/60/1

312

142

6195

3

15

13.1

10.1

R404A

11

312

 

ICE0320*A3

115/60/1

214

97

5910

3

15

13.8

9.0

R404A

18

510

 

ICE0320*W3

115/60/1

312

142

6195

3

15

13.1

10.1

R404A

11

312

 

ICE0400*A1

115/60/1

366

166

8064

3

15

14.4

9.5

R404A

32

907

 

ICE0400*A-T1

115/60/1

368

167

8101

3

15

14.1

9.3

R404A

32

907

 

ICE0400*W1

115/60/1

449

204

8388

3

15

13.4

10.3

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0400*A2

115/60/1

366

166

8064

3

15

14.4

9.5

R404A

29

822

 

ICE0400*A-T2

115/60/1

368

167

8101

3

15

14.1

9.3

R404A

29

822

 

ICE0400*W2

115/60/1

449

204

8388

3

15

13.4

10.3

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0400*A3

115/60/1

368

167

7835

3

20

17.1

11.7

R404A

30

851

 

ICE0400*A-T3

115/60/1

357

162

7757

3

20

17.1

11.7

R404A

30

851

 

ICE0400*W3

115/60/1

407

185

7563

3

15

12.9

9.9

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0406*A1

208-230/60/1

323

147

7712

3

15

8.8

5.9

R404A

32

907

 

ICE0406*W1

208-230/60/1

381

173

7664

3

15

7.5

5.7

R404A

16

454

 

ICE0406*A2

208-230/60/1

323

147

7712

3

15

8.8

5.9

R404A

32

907

 

ICE0406*W2

208-230/60/1

381

173

7664

3

15

7.5

5.7

R404A

16

454

 

ICE0406*A3

208-230/60/1

385

175

7832

3

15

8.0

5.3

R404A

30

850

 

ICE0406*W3

208-230/60/1

439

200

7770

3

15

6.4

4.8

R404A

14

397

 

Page A5

ICE Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Information

 

 

24 Hour

 

Wires

Max

Min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capacity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voltage

@ 90/70

 

Including

Fuse

Circuit

Comp.

**Refrigerant

 

 

Model

Hz/Phase

Lbs.

Kg.

BTUH

Ground

Size

Amps

RLA

Type

Oz.

Grams

ICE0500*A1

115/60/1

461

210

10843

3

20

24.8*

18.5

R404A

37

1049

ICE0500*A-T1

115/60/1

455

207

10736

3

20

24.8*

18.5

R404A

37

1049

ICE0500*W1

115/60/1

499

227

10242

3

20

13.6

10.5

R404A

15

425

ICE0500*R1

115/60/1

407

199

10881

3

20

18.7

12.3

R404A

160

4536

ICE0500*A2

115/60/1

461

210

10843

3

20

19.9

13.9

R404A

22

624

ICE0500*A-T2

115/60/1

455

207

10736

3

20

19.9

13.9

R404A

22

624

ICE0500*W2

115/60/1

499

227

10242

3

20

13.6

10.5

R404A

15

425

ICE0500*R2

115/60/1

407

199

10881

3

20

18.7

12.3

R404A

160

4536

ICE0500*A3

115/60/1

458

208

9990

3

20

19.1

13.3

R404A

25

710

ICE0500*A-T3

115/60/1

470

214

9982

3

20

19.1

13.3

R404A

25

710

ICE0500*W3

115/60/1

513

233

9777

3

20

14.3

11.0

R404A

15

425

ICE0500*R3

115/60/1

446

203

11357

3

20

18.7

12.3

R404A

132

3742

ICE0500*R4

115/60/1

455

207

10278

3

20

14.9

9.3

R404A

132

3742

ICE0520*A1

115/60/1

353

160

8441

3

20

18.3

12.3

R404A

32

907

ICE0520*W1

115/60/1

442

201

8356

3

15

13.5

10.4

R404A

14

397

ICE0520*A2

115/60/1

353

160

8441

3

20

15.4

10.6

R404A

20

567

ICE0520*W2

115/60/1

442

201

8356

3

15

13.5

10.4

R404A

14

397

ICE0520*A3

115/60/1

370

168

7753

3

20

16.0

11.1

R404A

21

595

ICE0520*W3

115/60/1

442

201

7852

3

15

13.1

9.0

R404A

12

340

ICE0606*A1

208-230/60/1

525

239

11538

3

15

12.4

8.8

R404A

36

1021

ICE0606*A-T1

208-230/60/1

510

232

11293

3

15

13.3

9.5

R404A

36

1021

ICE0606*W1

208-230/60/1

590

268

11473

3

15

9.5

7.3

R404A

18

510

ICE0606*R1

208-230/60/1

544

247

12269

3

15

13.0

8.7

R404A

160

4536

ICE0606*A2

208-230/60/1

525

239

11538

3

15

12.0

8.5

R404A

24

680

ICE0606*A-T2

208-230/60/1

510

232

11293

3

15

11.7

8.2

R404A

24

680

ICE0606*W2

208-230/60/1

590

268

11473

3

15

9.5

7.3

R404A

18

510

ICE0606*R2

208-230/60/1

544

247

12269

3

15

13.0

8.7

R404A

160

4536

ICE0606*R3

208-230/60/1

543

247

12132

3

15

13.0

8.7

R404A

132

3742

ICE0606*A3

208-230/60/1

506

230

10566

3

15

11.5

7.9

R404A

24

680

ICE0606*A-T3

208-230/60/1

506

230

10566

3

15

10.4

7.0

R404A

24

680

ICE0606*W3

208-230/60/1

576

262

10767

3

15

8.7

6.6

R404A

17

482

ICE0606*R4

208-230/60/1

502

228

10850

3

15

12.9

8.6

R404A

132

3742

ICE0806*A1

208-230/60/1

698

317

15003

3

20

13.0

9.2

R404A

41

1163

ICE0806*W1

208-230/60/1

840

382

14458

3

20

9.8

7.4

R404A

29

823

ICE0806*R1

208-230/60/1

762

346

15168

3

20

12.3

8.1

R404A

240

6804

ICE0806*A2

208-230/60/1

698

317

15003

3

20

13.0

9.2

R404A

27

765

ICE0806*W2

208-230/60/1

840

382

14458

3

20

9.8

7.4

R404A

24

680

ICE0806*R2

208-230/60/1

762

346

15168

3

20

12.3

8.1

R404A

240

6804

ICE0806*R3

208-230/60/1

826

375

16371

3

20

12.3

8.1

R404A

176

4990

ICE1006*A1

208-230/60/1

811

369

16239

3

20

13.8

9.0

R404A

50

1418

ICE1006*W1

208-230/60/1

941

428

15986

3

20

9.0

6.8

R404A

32

908

ICE1006*R1

208-230/60/1

905

411

18149

3

20

13.8

9.3

R404A

240

6804

ICE1006*A2

208-230/60/1

811

369

16239

3

20

13.8

9.0

R404A

34

964

ICE1006*W2

208-230/60/1

941

428

15986

3

20

9.0

6.8

R404A

24

680

ICE1006*R2

208-230/60/1

905

411

18149

3

20

13.8

9.3

R404A

240

6804

ICE1006*R3

208-230/60/1

921

419

18377

3

20

13.8

9.3

R404A

176

4990

ICE1007*A1

208-230/60/3

767

349

15614

4

15

11.8

7.4

R404A

50

1418

ICE1007*W1

208-230/60/3

906

412

16487

4

15

7.1

5.3

R404A

32

908

ICE1007*R1

208-230/60/3

844

384

17653

4

15

10.8

6.9

R404A

240

6804

ICE1007*A2

208-230/60/3

767

349

15614

4

15

11.8

7.4

R404A

34

964

ICE1007*W2

208-230/60/3

906

412

16487

4

15

7.1

5.3

R404A

24

680

ICE1007*R2

208-230/60/3

844

384

17653

4

15

10.8

6.9

R404A

240

6804

ICE1007*R3

208-230/60/3

844

384

17653

4

15

10.8

6.9

R404A

176

4990

Page A6

ICE Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Information

 

 

 

24 Hour

 

 

Wires

 

Max

Min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capacity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voltage

 

@ 90/70

 

 

Including

Fuse

Circuit

Comp.

**Refrigerant

 

 

Model

Hz/Phase

 

Lbs.

Kg.

BTUH

Ground

 

Size

Amps

RLA

Type

Oz.

Grams

ICE1406*A1

208-230/60/1

 

1122

510

22590

3

 

30

20.2

13.8

R404A

108

3062

 

ICE1406*W1

208-230/60/1

 

1187

540

22529

3

 

20

15.6

11.7

R404A

28

794

 

ICE1406*R1

208-230/60/1

 

1134

515

23085

3

 

25

23.3

16.5

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1406*A2

208-230/60/1

 

1122

510

22590

3

 

30

20.2

13.8

R404A

104

2948

 

ICE1406*W2

208-230/60/1

 

1187

540

22529

3

 

20

15.6

11.7

R404A

25

709

 

ICE1406*R2

208-230/60/1

 

1134

515

23085

3

 

25

23.3

16.5

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1406*A3

208-230/60/1

 

1109

504

21957

3

 

30

26.1

13.8

R404A

60

1701

 

ICE1406*W3

208-230/60/1

 

1239

563

21994

3

 

20

17.8

11.7

R404A

30

850

 

ICE1406*R3

208-230/60/1

 

1150

523

22126

3

 

30

22.2

16.5

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1407*A1

208-230/60/3

 

989

450

19765

4

 

25

15.1

9.7

R404A

108

3062

 

ICE1407*W1

208-230/60/3

 

1093

497

19809

4

 

20

9.8

7.1

R404A

28

794

 

ICE1407*R1

208-230/60/3

 

956

435

20173

4

 

25

14.0

9.1

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1407*A2

208-230/60/3

 

989

450

19765

4

 

25

15.1

9.7

R404A

104

2948

 

ICE1407*W2

208-230/60/3

 

1093

497

19809

4

 

20

9.8

7.1

R404A

25

709

 

ICE1407*R2

208-230/60/3

 

956

435

20173

4

 

25

14.0

9.1

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1407*A3

208-230/60/3

 

1131

514

21761

4

 

20

16.0

9.7

R404A

60

1701

 

ICE1407*W3

208-230/60/3

 

1270

577

22308

4

 

20

10.7

7.1

R404A

30

850

 

ICE1407*R3

208-230/60/3

 

1195

543

22547

4

 

20

14.7

9.1

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1506*R

208-230/60/1

 

1202

559

24337

3

 

30

27.4

19.8

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1506*R

208-230/60/1

 

1207

549

22999

3

 

30

24.5

 

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1606*R1

208-230/60/1

 

1240

564

24343

3

 

30

25.8

18.6

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1806*W1

208-230/60/1

 

1461

664

25663

3

 

30

17.0

12.9

R404A

42

1191

 

ICE1806*R1

208-230/60/1

 

1468

667

27152

3

 

30

22.3

15.7

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE1806*W2

208-230/60/1

 

1461

664

25663

3

 

30

17.0

12.9

R404A

35

992

 

ICE1806*R2

208-230/60/1

 

1468

667

27152

3

 

30

22.3

15.7

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE1806*W3

208-230/60/1

 

1628

740

27687

3

 

30

22.0

16.9

R404A

37

1049

 

ICE1806*R3

208-230/60/1

 

1461

664

28110

3

 

30

27.7

20.1

R404A

272

7711

 

ICE1807*W1

208-230/60/3

 

1556

707

27146

4

 

15

10.7

7.8

R404A

42

1191

 

ICE1807*R1

208-230/60/3

 

1491

678

27966

4

 

15

15.5

10.3

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE1807*W2

208-230/60/3

 

1556

707

27146

4

 

15

10.7

7.8

R404A

35

992

 

ICE1807*R2

208-230/60/3

 

1491

678

27966

4

 

15

15.5

10.3

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE1807*W3

208-230/60/3

 

1603

729

27560

4

 

15

12.3

9.1

R404A

37

1049

 

ICE1807*R3

208-230/60/3

 

1444

656

27514

4

 

20

17.1

11.6

R404A

272

7711

 

ICE2106*W1

208-230/60/1

 

1855

843

33333

3

 

30

28.5

22.1

R404A

50

1418

 

ICE2106*R1

208-230/60/1

 

1723

783

35369

3

 

50

43.1

31.0

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE2106*W2

208-230/60/1

 

1855

843

33333

3

 

30

25.3

19.5

R404A

37

1049

 

ICE2106*R2

208-230/60/1

 

1723

783

35369

3

 

50

33.7

23.5

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE2106*W3

208-230/60/1

 

1692

769

29406

3

 

30

22.3

17.1

R404A

44

1247

 

ICE2106*R3

208-230/60/1

 

1561

710

30325

3

 

30

26.9

18.1

R404A

272

7711

 

ICE2107*W1

208-230/60/3

 

1853

842

32928

4

 

20

13.9

10.4

R404A

50

1418

 

ICE2107*R1

208-230/60/3

 

1737

790

34714

4

 

25

22.3

14.4

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE2107*W2

208-230/60/3

 

1853

842

32928

4

 

20

16.6

12.6

R404A

37

1049

 

ICE2107*R2

208-230/60/3

 

1737

790

34714

4

 

25

23.2

15.1

R404A

400

11340

 

ICE2107*W3

208-230/60/3

 

1650

750

28676

4

 

30

13.5

10.1

R404A

44

1247

 

ICE2107*R3

208-230/60/3

 

1525

693

29342

4

 

25

21.2

13.5

R404A

272

7711

 

 

 

24 Hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

50HZ.

 

Capacity

 

 

 

Wires

 

Max

Min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voltage

@ 90°/70°

 

 

Including

Fuse

Circuit

Comp.

**Refrigerant

 

 

Model

Hz/Phase

Lbs.

Kg.

BTUH

Ground

 

Size

Amps

RLA

Type

Oz.

Grams

ICEU205*A1

230/50/1

145

66

3842

 

 

3

 

15

6.0

4.1

R-134a

14

397

 

ICEU205*W1

230/50/1

175

80

3768

 

 

3

 

15

5.6

4.2

R-134a

11

312

 

ICEU205*A2

230/50/1

145

66

3842

 

 

3

 

15

6.0

4.1

R-134a

14

397

 

ICEU205*W2

230/50/1

175

80

3768

 

 

3

 

15

5.6

4.2

R-134a

11

312

 

ICEU225*A

230/50/1

143

65

3774

 

 

3

 

15

4.9

3.3

R404A

12

340

 

ICEU225*W

230/50/1

174

79

3780

 

 

3

 

15

4.1

3.0

R404A

9

256

 

ICEU305A

230/50/1

223

101

5392

 

 

3

 

15

6.4

4.2

R404A

14

397

 

ICEU305W

230/50/1

267

121

5080

 

 

3

 

15

4.7

3.5

R404A

13

369

 

Page A7

ICE Series

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Information

50 hz.

 

24 Hour

 

Wires

Max

Min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capacity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voltage

@ 90°/70°

 

Including

Fuse

Circuit

Comp.

**Refrigerant

 

 

Model

Hz/Phase

Lbs.

Kg.

BTUH

Ground

Size

Amps

RLA

Type

Oz.

Grams

ICE0305*A2

230/50/1

266

121

7079

3

15

12.4

8.2

R404A

26

737

 

ICE0305*W2

230/50/1

291

132

6590

3

15

8.5

8.2

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0305*A4

230/50/1

279

127

6689

3

16

8.4

5.8

R404A

23

650

 

ICE0305*W4

230/50/1

296

135

6265

3

16

6.6

5.0

R404A

12

340

 

ICE0325*A1

230/50/1

214

97

4990

3

15

6.2

4.4

R404A

22

624

 

ICE0325*A2

230/50/1

214

97

4990

3

15

6.2

4.4

R404A

22

624

 

ICE0325*A3

230/50/1

214

97

4990

3

16

6.6

4.4

R404A

22

624

 

ICE0405*A1

230/50/1

370

168

9371

3

15

13.3

8.2

R404A

32

907

 

ICE0405*W1

230/50/1

470

214

8562

3

15

10.1

8.2

R404A

16

454

 

ICE0405*A2

230/50/1

370

168

9371

3

15

13.3

8.2

R404A

23

650

 

ICE0405*W2

230/50/1

470

214

8562

3

15

10.1

8.2

R404A

16

454

 

ICE0405*A3

230/50/1

366

166

7735

3

16

8.2

5.4

R404A

23

650

 

ICE0405*W3

230/50/1

440

200

8213

3

16

6.2

4.4

R404A

13

369

 

ICE0525*A1

230/50/1

478

217

8061

3

15

7.8

5.1

R404A

21

595

 

ICE0525*A2

230/50/1

478

217

8061

3

15

7.8

5.1

R404A

21

595

 

ICE0525*A3

230/50/1

404

184

8617

3

16

9.2

5.5

R404A

21

595

 

ICE0605*A1

230/50/1

466

212

10284

3

15

8.8

8.4

R404A

32

907

 

ICE0605*W1

230/50/1

470

214

9909

3

15

6.8

8.4

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0605*R1

230/50/1

425

193

10708

3

15

9.9

8.4

R404A

160

4536

 

ICE0605*A2

230/50/1

466

212

10284

3

15

8.8

8.4

R404A

22

624

 

ICE0605*W2

230/50/1

470

214

9909

3

15

6.8

8.4

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0605*R2

230/50/1

425

193

10708

3

15

9.9

8.4

R404A

160

4536

 

ICE0605*R3

230/50/1

425

193

10708

3

15

9.9

8.4

R404A

132

3742

 

ICE0605*A3

230/50/1

459

209

9523

3

16

8.7

6.7

R404A

22

624

 

ICE0605*W3

230/50/1

523

238

9684

3

16

6.8

5.4

R404A

14

397

 

ICE0605*R4

230/50/1

474

215

10138

3

16

9.9

6.3

R404A

132

3742

 

ICE0805*A1

230/50/1

615

280

13321

3

15

12.0

10.9

R404A

41

1162

 

ICE0805*W1

230/50/1

855

389

14382

3

15

9.2

10.9

R404A

29

822

 

ICE0805*R1

230/50/1

738

335

14474

3

15

13.0

10.9

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE0805*A2

230/50/1

615

280

13321

3

15

12.0

10.9

R404A

27

765

 

ICE0805*W2

230/50/1

855

389

14382

3

15

9.2

10.9

R404A

24

680

 

ICE0805*R2

230/50/1

738

335

14474

3

15

13.0

10.9

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE0805*R3

230/50/1

738

335

14474

3

15

13.0

10.9

R404A

176

4990

 

ICE1005*A1

230/50/1

742

337

15699

3

15

13.3

12.5

R404A

50

1417

 

ICE1005*W1

230/50/1

917

417

16005

3

15

9.5

12.5

R404A

32

907

 

ICE1005*R1

230/50/1

801

364

16127

3

15

15.1

12.5

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1005*A2

230/50/1

742

337

15699

3

15

13.3

12.5

R404A

33

936

 

ICE1005*W2

230/50/1

917

417

16005

3

15

9.5

12.5

R404A

24

680

 

ICE1005*R2

230/50/1

801

364

16127

3

15

15.1

12.5

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1005*R3

230/50/1

801

364

16127

3

15

15.1

12.5

R404A

176

4990

 

ICE1405*A1

230/50/1

901

410

19348

3

25

20.8

15.4

R404A

108

3062

 

ICE1405*W1

230/50/1

1107

503

20269

3

20

15.4

15.4

R404A

28

794

 

ICE1405*R1

230/50/1

1002

455

21330

3

25

18.1

15.4

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1405*A2

230/50/1

901

410

19348

3

25

20.8

15.4

R404A

104

2950

 

ICE1405*W2

230/50/1

1107

503

20269

3

20

15.4

15.4

R404A

25

710

 

ICE1405*R2

230/50/1

1002

455

21330

3

25

18.1

15.4

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE1405*A3

230/50/1

1070

486

21185

3

30

21.7

14.5

R404A

60

1701

 

ICE1405*W3

230/50/1

1185

539

21035

3

20

15.1

11.5

R404A

25

710

 

ICE1405*R3

230/50/1

1139

518

22239

3

30

21.9

15.6

R404A

240

6804

 

ICE2005*W1

230/50/1

1702

774

29643

3

30

20.3

21.5

R404A

50

1417

 

ICE2005*R1

230/50/1

1490

677

29750

3

50

34.3

21.5

R404A

400

11340

 

Page A8

ICE Series

General Information

Installation Guidelines

Note: Installation should be performed by an Ice-O-Matic trained Service Technician.

For proper operation of the Ice-O-Matic ice machine, the following installation guidelines must be followed. Failure to do so may result in loss of production capacity, premature part failures, and may void all warranties.

Ambient Operating Temperatures

Minimum Operating Temperature: 50°F (10°C)

Maximum Operating Temperature 100°F (38°C), 110°F (43°C) on 50 Hz. Models.

Note: Ice-O-Matic products are not designed for outdoor installation.

Incoming Water Supply (See Plumbing Diagram for line sizing Page A10-A17) Minimum incoming water temperature: 40°F (4.5°C)

Maximum incoming water temperature: 100°F (38°C) Minimum incoming water pressure: 20 psi (1.4 bar)

Maximum incoming water pressure: 60 psi (4.1 bar)

Note: If water pressure exceeds 60 psi (4.1 bar), a water pressure regulator must be installed.

Drains: All drain lines must be installed per local codes. Flexible tubing is not recommended. Route bin drain, purge drain and water condenser drain individually to a floor drain. The use of condensate pumps for draining water is not recommended by Ice-O-Matic. Ice-O-Matic assumes no responsibility for improperly installed equipment.

Water Filtration: A water filter system should be installed with the ice machine.

Clearance Requirements: Self contained air cooled ice machines must have a minimum of 6 inches (15cm) of clearance at the rear, top, and sides of the ice machine for proper air circulation.

Stacking: If the ice machines are to be stacked, refer to the instructions in the stacking kit. Ice-O-Matic does not endorse stacking air-cooled ice machines.

Dispenser Application: A thermostatic bin control kit must be installed if the ICE Series ice machine is placed on a dispenser. A bin top may or may not be required. (Exception is the CD400 Dispenser)

Electrical Specifications: Refer to the serial plate at the rear of the ice machine or the charts on page A5, A6, A7 or A8.

Adjustments

Level the machine within 1/8 inch in all directions.

Check the bin control for proper adjustment, Page F9

Check the water in the water trough for proper level, Page D1

Check the ice bridge for proper thickness, Page F4

Check the cam switch adjustment. Page F8

Check the water regulating valve adjustment if water cooled, Page E2

Page A9

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICEU150, ICEU220, ICEU205 and ICEU206

Page A10

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICEU150, 220, 225 and 226

Note: The ICEU150, ICEU220, ICEU225 and ICEU226 do not have a splash curtain.

These models utilize a thermostatic bin control in place of a mechanical bin switch.

Page A11

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICEU300 and 305

Note: The ICEU300 does not have a splash curtain.

This model utilize a thermostatic bin control in place of a mechanical bin switch.

Page A12

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICE0250, ICE0400, ICE0500, ICE0606, ICE0806 and ICE1006 (30 Inch Wide Cubers)

Page A13

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICE1406, ICE1806, ICE2106 (48 Inch Wide Cubers) Prior to January 2008

Page A14

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICE0320 and ICE0520 (22 Inch Wide Cubers)

Page A15

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICE1400, ICE1800 and ICE2100 Revision 3 (From January 2008)

Page A16

ICE Series

General Information

Electrical and Plumbing Requirements: ICE1506 Remote

Page A17

ICE Series

General Information

Remote Condenser Installation

For proper operation of the Ice-O-matic ice machine, the following installation guidelines must be followed. Failure to do so may result in loss of production capacity, premature part failure, and may void all warranties.

Installation Guidelines

Ambient operating temperatures: -20°F (-28.9°C) to 120°F (48.9°C) Maximum refrigerant line length: 60 ft. (18.29 Meters)

Maximum vertical rise: 16 ft. (4.88 Meters)

Minimum condenser height: ICE Series ice machine remote condensers must not be installed more than 6 feet (1.3 meters) below the refrigerant line quick connects at the rear of the ice machine. No part of the refrigerant lines, between the ice machine and the remote condenser, should fall below this point. Condensers must have a vertical airflow.

Air Flow

Page A18

ICE Series

General Information

The following remote ice makers incorporate the mixing valve in the condenser. This configuration allows up to a 100 foot calculated remote line set run. Reference the diagram below to calculate the maximum 100 foot line set run.

ICE Machine Model Number

Remote Condenser Model Number

ICE2100R3

VRC5061B

ICE1800R3

VRC5061B

ICE1400R3

VRC2661B

ICE1506HR2

VRC2661B

ICE1006R3

VRC2061B

ICE0806R3

VRC2061B

ICE0606R3&4

VRC1061B

ICE0500R3&4

VRC1001B

Limitations for new remote machines that have the mixing valve mounted in the condenser.

Maximum Rise is 35 feet. Maximum Drop is 15 feet. Maximum equivalent run is 100 feet.

Formula for figuring maximum equivalent run is as follows:

Rise x 1.7 + Drop x 6.6 + horizontal run = equivalent run.

Examples: 35 ft. rise x 1.7 + 40 ft. horizontal = 99.5 equivalent feet line run

35 ft. rise

40 ft. horizontal

Verify the ICE machine is compatible with the remote condenser. Some ice machines and some remote condensers may or may not have a Mixing Valve (Head Master). Only one valve is required per system. Kits are available to modify the condenser for compatibility. For more information contact your Ice-O-Matic Distributor.

34 ft. horizontal

10 ft. drop x 6.6 + 34 ft horizontal = 100

10 ft. drop

equivalent feet line run

Page A19

ICE Series

General Information

How the ICE Machine Works

A general description of how the ICE Series cubers work is given below. The remainder of the manual provides more detail about the components and systems.

With the ICE/OFF/WASH switch in the ICE position, the compressor, water pump and condenser fan motor (when applicable) will energize starting the freeze cycle.

During the freeze cycle, water is circulated over the evaporator(s) where the ice cubes are formed.

When the suction pressure has pulled down to the proper cut-in pressure of the timer initiate (pressure control), the contacts will close and energize the time delay module (timer). See Page F3 for proper cut-in pressures. At this time the cubes will close to completion.

The remaining portion of the freeze cycle is determined by the timer setting. The timer is pre-set at the factory to achieve the proper ice bridge thickness but may need to be adjusted upon initial start-up, see Page F4 for initial timer settings.

Once the amount of time on the timer has passed, the control relay will be energized and the machine will enter harvest. Power is now supplied to the water purge valve, hot gas valve, and the harvest motor. The water purge valve opens, and allows the water pump to purge the water remaining in the water, removing impurities and sediment. This allows the machine to produce clear ice cubes and keep mineral build up at a minimum. The hot gas solenoid opens allowing hot gas to go directly to the evaporator, heating the evaporator and breaking the bond between the evaporator and the ice slab.

The harvest assist motor, which is also energized during harvest, turns a slip clutch, which pushes a probe against the back of the ice slab. Once the evaporator has reached approximately 40°F (4.5°F) in temperature, the slip clutch overcomes the bonding of the ice to the evaporator and pushes the slab of ice off of the evaporator and into the storage bin. The clutch also actuates a switch that rides on the outer edge of the clutch. When the clutch completes one revolution, the switch is tripped and the machine enters the next freeze cycle.

When ice drops into a full bin during harvest, the splash curtain is held open which activates a bin switch shutting the machine off. When ice is removed from the bin, the splash curtain will close and the machine will come back on.

Page A20

ICE Series

General Information

Undercounter Bin Removal-ICEU300 Series

The storage bin can be removed by: 1 Remove the lower grill.

2.Remove two screws securing bin to cabinet base.

3.Remove the thumbscrews from the back wall of the bin.

4.Disconnect bin drain.

5.Lift front of bin slightly and pull bin forward to remove.

1

3

2

Page A21

ICE Series

General Information

Undercounter Bin Removal-ICEU150/200 Series

The storage bin can be removed by:

1.Remove the two screws at the rear of the top panel.

2.Remove the two screws from the front panel.

3.Remove two screws securing bin to cabinet base.

4.Disconnect bin drain.

5.Lift front of bin slightly and pull bin forward to remove.

1

4

5

2

3

Page A22

ICE Series

General Information

Warranty Information

Every Ice-O-Matic machine is backed by a warranty that provides both parts and labor coverage.

PARTS

LABOR

Two years on all parts*

Two years on all components*

Three years on all ICE Maker parts*

Three years on all cube ICE Maker components*

Five years on compressors*

 

Five years on cuber evaporators*

 

Water Filtration System Extended Warranty Program

Purchase a new Ice-O-Matic IFQ or IFI Series Water Filtration System with a new ICE Series ICE Machine, replace the filter cartridge every 6 month and Ice-O-Matic will extend the limited cuber evaporator warranty to 7 years parts and labor.

•New machine and filter must be installed at same time.

•Must send in both the machine and water filter registration cards within 10 days of installation.

•Must send in additional registration card for each new filter installed. This must be done every 180 days (6 months) or less.

•Program is available with all IFQ and IFI filter systems.

•Replacement filter must be model number IOMQ or IOMWFRC.

•Available in the USA and Canada only.

Warranty If, during the warranty period, customer uses a part for this Ice-O-Matic equipment other than an unmodified new part purchased directly from Ice-O-Matic, Ice-O-Matic Distributors, or any of its authorized service agents and/or the part being used is modified from its original configuration, this warranty will be void. Further, Ice-O-Matic and its affiliates will not be liable for any claims, damages or expenses incurred by customer which arises directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, due to the installation of any modified part and/or part received from an unauthorized service center. Adjustments are not covered under warranty.

Warranty Procedure If the customer is using a part that results in a voided warranty and an Ice-O- Matic authorized representative travels to the installation address to perform warranty service, the service representative will advise customer the warranty is void. Such service call will be billed to the customer at the authorized service center’s then-applicable time and material rates.

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ICE Series

General Information

Ice-O-Matic

Parts and Labor

Domestic & International Limited Warranty

Mile High Equipment LLC (the “Company”) warrants Ice-O-Matic brand ice machines, ice dispensers, remote condensers, water filters, and ice storage bins to the end customer against defects in material and factory workmanship for the following:

• Cube ice machines,”GEM” model compressed ice

• Ice storage bins -Twenty-four (24) month parts and labor

machines ,” MFI” model flake ice machines and remote

 

condensers. - Thirty-six (36) months parts and labor

 

• “EF” and “EMF” model flake ice machines - Twenty-four

• IOD model dispensers - Twenty-four (24) months parts, Twelve (12) months

(24) months parts and labor

labor

• CD model dispensers - Thirty-six (36) months parts and

• Water filter systems - Twelve (12) months parts and labor (not including filter

labor

cartridges)

An additional twenty-four (24) month warranty on parts (excluding labor) will be extended to all cube ice machine evaporator plates and compressors, “GEM” model compressed ice machine compressors, and “MFI” model flake ice machine compressors from the date of original installation. An additional thirty-six (36) month warranty on parts (excluding labor) will be extended to all “EF” and “EMF” model flake ice machine compressors from the date of original installation. The company will replace EXW (Incoterms 2000) the Company plant or, EXW (Incoterms 2000) the Company-authorized distributor, without cost to the Customer, that part of any such machine that becomes defective. In the event that the Warranty Registration Card indicating the installation date has not been returned to Ice-O-Matic, the warranty period will begin on the date of shipment from the Company. Irrespective of the actual installation date, the product will be warranted for a maximum of seventy-two (72) months from date of shipment from the Company.

ICE-model cube ice machines which are registered in the Water Filter Extended Warranty Program will receive a total of eighty-four (84) months parts and labor coverage on the evaporator plate from the date of original installation. Water filters must be installed at the time of installation and registered with the Company at that time. Water filter cartridges must be changed every six (6) months and that change reported to the Company to maintain the extended evaporator warranty.

No replacement will be made for any part or assembly which (I) has been subject to an alteration or accident; (II) was used in any way which, in the Company’s opinion, adversely affects the machine’s performance; (III) is from a machine on which the serial number has been altered or removed; or, (IV) uses any replacement part not authorized by the Company. This warranty does not apply to destruction or damage caused by unauthorized service, using other than Ice-O-Matic authorized replacements, risks of transportation, damage resulting from adverse environmental or water conditions, accidents, misuse, abuse, improper drainage, interruption in the electrical or water supply, charges related to the replacement of nondefective parts or components, damage by fire, flood, or acts of God.

This warranty is valid only when installation, service, and preventive maintenance are performed by a Company-authorized distributor, a Companyauthorized service agency, or a Company Regional Manager. The Company reserves the right to refuse claims made for ice machines or bins used in more than one location. This Limited Warranty does not cover ice bills, normal maintenance, after-install adjustments, and cleaning.

Limitation of Warranty

This warranty is valid only for products produced and shipped from the Company after January, 2007. A product produced or installed before that date shall be covered by the Limited Warranty in effect at the date of its shipment. The liability of the Company for breach of this warranty shall, in any case, be limited to the cost of a new part to replace any part, which proves to be defective. The Company makes no representations or warranties of any character as to accessories or auxiliary equipment not manufactured by the Company. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE CUSTOMER. MILE HIGH EQUIPMENT SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LENGTH OF THIS WARRANTY.

Filing a Claim

All claims for reimbursement must be received at the factory within 90 days from date of service to be eligible for credit. All claims outside this time period will be void. The model, the serial number and, if necessary, proof of installation, must be included in the claim. Claims for labor to replace defective parts must be included with the part claim to receive consideration. Payment on claims for labor will be limited to the published labor time allowance hours in effect at the time of repair. The Company may elect to require the return of components to validate a claim. Any defective part returned must be shipped to the Company or the Company-authorized distributor, transportation charges pre-paid, and properly sealed and tagged. The Company does not assume any responsibility for any expenses incurred in the field incidental to the repair of equipment covered by this warranty. The decision of the Company with respect to repair or replacement of a part shall be final. No person is authorized to give any other warranties or to assume any other liability on the Company’s behalf unless done in writing by an officer of the Company.

GOVERNING LAW

This Limited Warranty shall be governed by the laws of the state of Delaware, U.S.A., excluding their conflicts of law principles. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is hereby excluded in its entirety from application to this Limited Warranty.

Mile High Equipment LLC, 11100 East 45th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80239 (303) 371-3737

January 2007

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ICE Series

Scheduled Maintenance

Maintenance

Note: Maintenance should be performed by an Ice-O-Matic trained Service Technician.

Electrical shock and/or injury from moving parts inside this machine can cause serious injury. Disconnect electrical supply to machine prior to performing any adjustments or repairs.

Failure to perform the required maintenance at the frequency specified will void warranty coverage in the event of a related failure. To insure economical, trouble free operation of the machine, the following maintenance is required every 6 months.

Maintenance Procedure

1.Clean the ice-making section per the instructions below. Cleaning should be performed a minimum of every 6 months. Local water conditions may require that cleaning be performed more often.

2.Check ice bridge thickness. See page F4 for proper thickness and adjustment procedure.

3.Check water level in trough. See page D1 for proper water level and adjustment.

4.Clean the condenser (air-cooled machines) to insure unobstructed air flow.

5.Check for leaks of any kind: Water, Refrigerant, Oil, Etc.

6.Check the bin switch for proper adjustment. See page F9 for bin switch adjustment.

7.Check the cam switch adjustment. See page F8 for cam switch adjustment.

8.Check the water valve (water-cooled machines) for proper adjustment. See page E2.

9.Check all electrical connection.

10.Oil the fan motor if the motor has an oil fitting. (Self contained air-cooled models only)

Cleaning and Sanitizing

1.Harvest problems may occur if the following procedures are not performed every 6 months.

2.Remove the ice machine front panel.

3.Make sure that all the ice is off of the evaporator. If ice is being made, wait for cycle completion, then turn the machine “OFF” at the ICE/OFF/WASH selector switch.

4.Remove or melt all ice in the storage bin.

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ICE Series

Scheduled Maintenance

Cleaning and Sanitizing (continued)

5.Add recommended amount of approved Nickel Safe ice machine cleaner to the water trough according to label instructions on the container.

6.Initiate the wash cycle at the ICE/OFF/WASH switch by placing the switch in the “WASH” position. Allow the cleaner to circulate for approximately 15 minutes to remove mineral deposits.

7.Depress the purge switch and hold until the ice machine cleaner has been flushed down the drain and diluted by fresh incoming water.

8.Terminate the wash cycle at the ICE/OFF/WASH switch by placing the switch in the “OFF” position. Remove the splash curtain and inspect the evaporator and water spillway to assure all mineral residue has been removed.

9.If necessary, wipe the evaporator, spillway and other water transport surfaces with a clean soft cloth to remove any remaining residue. If necessary, remove the water distribution tube, disassemble and clean with a bottlebrush, see page D2. Reassemble all components and repeat steps 4 through 7 as required to remove residue.

10.Turn OFF ice machine water supply and clean the water trough thoroughly to remove all scale or slime build-up. If necessary, remove the water trough to reach all splash areas and float.

11.Prepare 1½ to 2 gallons (5.7 to 7.5 liters) of approved (EPA/FDA) sodium hypochloride food equipment sanitizer to form a solution with 100 to 200 ppm free chlorine yield.

12.Add enough sanitizing solution to fill the water trough to overflowing and place the ICE/OFF/WASH switch to the “WASH” position and allow circulation to occur for 10 minutes and inspect all disassembled fittings for leaks. During this time, wipe down all other ice machine splash areas, plus the interior surfaces of the bin, deflector and door with the remaining sanitizing solution. Inspect to insure that all functional parts, fasteners, thermostat bulbs (if used), etc. are in place.

13.Depress the purge switch and hold until sanitizer has been flushed down the drain. Turn ON the ice machine water supply and continue to purge to the diluted sanitizing solution for another

1to 2 minutes.

14.Place the ICE/OFF/WASH switch to the “ICE” position and replace the front panel.

15.Discard the first two ice harvests.

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ICE Series

Winterizing Procedures

Winterizing Procedures

Important!

Whenever the ice machine is taken out of operation during the winter months, the procedure below must be performed. Failure to do so may cause serious damage and will void all warranties.

1.Turn off water to machine.

2.Make sure all ice is off of the evaporator(s). If ice is being made, initiate harvest or wait for cycle completion.

3.Place the ICE/OFF/WASH switch to the “OFF” position.

4.Disconnect the tubing between the water pump discharge and water distribution tube.

5.Drain the water system completely.

6. On water cooled machines, hold the water regulating valve open by prying upward on the water valve spring with a screwdriver while using compressed air to blow all the water out of the condenser.

7. Remove all of the ice in the storage bin and discard.

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ICE Series

Cabinet Care

Cleaning stainless steel

Commercial grades of stainless steel are susceptible to rusting. It is important that you properly care for the stainless steel surfaces of your ice machine and bin to avoid the possibility of rust or corrosion. Use the following recommended guidelines for keeping your stainless steel looking like new:

1.Clean the stainless steel thoroughly once a week. Clean frequently to avoid build-up of hard, stubborn stains. Also, hard water stains left to sit can weaken the steel's corrosion resistance and lead to rust. Use a nonabrasive cloth or sponge, working with, not across, the grain.

2.Don't use abrasive tools to clean the steel surface. Do not use steel wool, abrasive sponge pads, wire brushes or scrapers to clean the steel. Such tools can break through the "passivation" layer - the thin layer on the surface of stainless steel that protects it from corrosion.

3.Don't use cleaners that use chlorine or chlorides. Don't use chlorine bleach or products like

Comet to clean the steel. Chlorides break down the passivation layer and can cause rusting.

4.Rinse with clean water. If chlorinated cleansers are used, you must thoroughly rinse the surface with clean water and wipe dry immediately.

5.Use the right cleaning agent. The table below lists the recommended cleaning agents for common stainless steel cleaning problems:

Cleaning Activity

Cleaning Agent

Method of Application

Routine cleaning

Soap, Ammonia, Windex, or

Apply with a clean cloth

 

detergent with water.

or sponge. Rinse with

 

Fantastik, 409 Spic’nSpan

clean water and wipe dry.

 

Liquid are also approve for

 

 

Stainless Steel.

 

Removing grease or

Easy-Off or similar oven

Apply generously, allow

fatty acids

cleaners.

to stand for 15-20 minutes.

 

 

Rinse with clean water.

 

 

Repeat as required.

Removing hard water spots

Vinegar

Swab or wipe with clean cloth.

and scale.

 

Rinse with clean water and

 

 

dry.

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

How To Use The Troubleshooting Trees

The troubleshooting trees were developed to be used in conjunction with the service information in the sections that follow. If used together as intended, these two parts of the manual will allow the ice machine service technician to quickly diagnose many of the problems encountered with the ice machines. When used as designed, the troubleshooting trees can lead you from a general symptom to the most likely component to suspect as the cause of the problem. The trees are not designed to be “parts changer guides”: please do not use them as such.

Components returned to the factory for warranty are tested by the factory and will not be covered under the warranty policy if they are not defective.

The troubleshooting trees are made of three types of boxes:

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9

!

QUESTION boxes (Circle) ask a yes/no question and the answer will lead to either another question box, a check box or a solution box.

CHECK boxes (Rectangle) will suggest a point to check for proper operation, and will often refer you to a page in the service information sections of this manual. The result of the check may lead to another box, or a solution box.

SOLUTION boxes (Hexagon) suggest the most likely component to cause the malfunction described in the heading of the tree. When reaching a solution box, DO NOT immediately assume the component is defective. The final step is to verify that the component is indeed defective, by using the service information in the sections that follow.

To use the troubleshooting trees, first find the page with the heading describing the type of problem occurring. Begin at the top of the page and follow the tree, step-by-step. When a check box is reached, it may be necessary to refer to another section in the manual.

Once a solution box is reached, refer to the appropriate section to verify that the component in the solution box is, indeed, the problem. Adjust, repair or replace the component as necessary.

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Troubleshooting Trees Table Of Contents

 

Machine Does Not Run

C3

Machine Runs, Does Not Make Ice

C4 – C5

Slow Production (Cube Formation Good)

C6

Low Suction Pressure

C7

High Suction Pressure

C8

Cubes Are Hollow

C9

Uneven Bridge Thickness

C10

Ice Bridge Thickness Varies Cycle To Cycle

C11

Machine Produces Cloudy Ice

C12

Poor Water Distribution Over Evaporator

C13

Machine Does Not Enter Harvest

C14

Machine Enters Harvest, Then Returns To Freeze Prematurely

C15

Length Of Harvest Excessive

C16

Ice Does Not Release From Evaporator

C17

Hot Evaporator, Low Suction Pressure (Remote Only)

C18

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Machine Does Not Run

Is the selector

YES

Check for correct

 

power supply to the

switch set to

 

 

machine

ICE?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OK

NO

 

 

 

Check High

 

 

 

 

Pressure Safety

Set selector

 

Control

 

 

Switch to the

 

 

ICE position

 

 

 

 

OK

 

 

 

 

 

Check High

 

 

Temperature Safety

 

 

Control

 

 

 

OK

Check Bin Control for proper adjustment, see page F9

GOOD

Is this a Remote unit?

OK

Is the Liquid line Solenoid energized and open?

NOT OK

TRIPPED

OPEN

BAD

NO

OK

NOT OK

Correct field wiring deficiency

Reset and identify reason for high head pressure

Replace or identify reason for being open.

Adjust as required or replace if defective

Selector Switch could be defective, see page F1

Find reason for non-activity or replace if defective

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Machine Runs, Does Not Make Ice

Is water running over the evaporator?

NO

Go to the Troubleshooting Tree on page C12

Check High Pressure reset if necessary

OK

Continue if the machine has a remote condenser

OK

Check the suction pressure, is it low or high?

LOW

Check refrigerant charge

YES

YES

OK

HIGH

OK

Is the compressor running?

NO

Check for power to the compressor contactor coil

OK

Does the unit have a remote condenser?

NO

Check Selector

Switch, Replace if defective

GO TO PAGE C5

GOOD

Check contactor for

 

bad contactor or coil.

 

Replace if defective

 

 

Compressor or Start Components could be defective, see page F2

Pumpdown Control possibly bad

Liquid Line Solenoid not opening

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ICE Series

 

 

 

Troubleshooting Trees

Machine Runs, Does Not Make Ice (continued)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HIGH OR NORMAL

 

 

Is water

NO

 

If head pressure is

 

Check refrigerant

SUCTION

 

also high, make sure

 

leaking out of

 

 

 

pressures, see page

 

 

Condenser is clean

 

the Purge

 

 

 

 

 

E1

 

 

and machine has

 

Drain or Water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

good air flow

 

Trough?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOW SUCTION

 

OK

 

 

 

 

 

 

YES

 

Recover and weigh

 

 

Check Hot Gas

 

 

in refrigerant charge

 

 

Valve for leakage

 

 

 

 

 

 

during freeze, see

 

 

 

 

 

 

page E5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OK

 

 

OK

 

 

Low side

 

 

 

Repair water

 

 

 

Check for inefficient

 

leakage defect

 

restriction or

 

 

Compressor

 

 

 

defective TXV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Slow Production (Cube Formation Good)

Does

YES

 

OK

 

installation

Check for excessive

Check refrigeration

 

 

meet

 

 

 

head pressure

 

system, Section E

guidelines?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NO

 

Correct any

TOO HIGH

installation

 

defects

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is this unit air

AIR

Is the Air

YES

Check refrigeration

 

 

cooled or

 

Condenser

 

 

 

system, Section E

water cooled?

 

clean?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NO

WATER

Clean

Condenser and

Condenser Fan

Blade

Check Water

NOT OK

Adjust or

Regulating Valve,

 

replace Water

See page E2

 

Regulating

 

 

Valve

 

 

 

OK

See Condenser service information page E2

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Low Suction Pressure

Does installation meet guidelines?

YES

Is the water flow over the Evaporator correct?

YES

Check for correct head pressure, see page E10

OK

Check TXV for moisture based restriction

NOT OK

DRY SYSTEM

WET SYSTEM

Replace drier, evacuate and recharge system

NO

NO

Is the machine a remote unit?

YES

See

Troubleshooting

Tree page C18

Check for refrigerant tubing restriction, crimps, etc.

OK

Check Evaporator coil separation, see page E4

OK

TXV possibly defective, see page E3 and page E4

NO

NOT OK

NOT OK

Correct deficiency in installation

Go to Troubleshooting Tree on page C12

Low charge, locate and repair leak, evacuate and recharge system

Correct restricted tubing

Replace defective Evaporator

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

High Suction Pressure

Have you

checked the NO “Slow

Production”

Tree?

YES

Is the head

NO

 

pressure also

 

high?

 

 

YES

Is the machine installed to specifications?

NO

Correct installation defects

YES

Go to “Slow

 

 

 

Production”

 

 

Replace

Troubleshooting

 

 

Compressor

Tree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOT OK

 

 

 

OK

 

Check Hot Gas

 

Check Compressor,

 

 

Valve, see page E5

 

 

see page E1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OK

 

NOT OK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TXV could be

 

 

 

 

Hot Gas Valve

 

 

defective, see

is possibility

 

 

Expansion

defective

 

 

Valve, see page

 

 

 

 

E3 and E4

Repair or replace defective part

 

 

YES

 

 

 

TVX Thermal

Is the

 

 

 

Clean the

 

 

bulb loose or

 

 

 

 

 

Condenser

 

 

Condenser

NOT OK

 

TXV could be

dirty?

 

 

 

 

 

defective

NO

 

 

 

 

STILL TOO

 

 

 

 

HIGH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OK

Check Condenser

OK

 

 

 

 

 

Fan Motor and

 

Check for leaking

 

 

 

Blade for proper

 

Evacuate and

Purge valve

 

 

 

operation, and/or

 

recharge system

 

 

 

 

 

Water Valve or

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mixing Valve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Cubes Are Hollow

Is the water

NO

Is there good

YES

Is water

YES

Purge Valve has

 

 

 

temperature

 

water flow

 

leaking from

 

 

 

 

an obstruction

above 100°F

 

over the

 

the Purge

 

 

 

 

or could be

(38°C)?

 

Evaporator?

 

Drain?

 

 

 

 

defective

 

 

 

 

 

 

YES

 

NO

 

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Water

 

Go to the “Poor

 

 

OK

Timer Module

temperature too

 

Water Distribution

 

Check Timer for

 

requires

 

 

 

high, correct

 

Over Evaporator”

 

proper setting, see

 

adjustment or

water

 

Troubleshooting

 

page F4

 

could be

temperature

 

Tree, page C13

 

 

 

defective

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOT OK

Timer Initiate Control out of adjustment of defective

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Uneven Bridge Thickness

Make sure supply water temperature is below 100°F (38°C)

Check for water leaking out of Purge Drain

Dirty or defective Purge Valve

OK

 

Is water

 

 

 

 

running into

 

 

the bin?

 

 

 

NO

 

 

 

 

Are the NO Evaporator(s)

flooded? See page E4 and E5

NO

Check the suction pressure, is it high or low? See pageE1

LOW

Make sure the system is charged properly, recover the charge and weigh in the correct amount

OK

Refer to page E3 and E4 for TXV diagnosis.

YES

YES

HIGH

Problem in water system, see pages D1 and D2.

Serpentine coil on back of evaporator could be separated, see page E4

Hot Gas Valve could be leaking, see page E5

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ICE Series

Troubleshooting Trees

Ice bridge Thickness Varies Cycle To Cycle

Is air and

water temps NO consistent and

within guidelines?

YES

 

Check the Purge

NOT OK

Valve for water leaks

OK

 

 

NOT OK

Check Hot Gas

valve for proper

 

operation

 

 

 

OK

 

 

NOT OK

Check Timer Initiate

Control for proper

 

operation

 

 

 

OK

 

 

NOT OK

Check Solid State

Timer for proper

 

operation

 

 

 

OK

TXV(s) could be defective, see page E3 and E4

Correct installation deficiency

Clean Purge Valve or replace if defective

Replace Hot

Gas Valve

Replace Timer

Initiate

Adjust Timer or replace if defective

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