Wilbur Curtis Company, inC.
Service Manual – TCT & PTT
Important Safeguards/Symbols
This appliance is designed for commercial use. Any servicing other than cleaning and preventive maintenance should be performed by an
Symbols
WARNINGS – To help avoid personal injury
Important Notes/Cautions – from the factory
Sanitation Requirements
The Curtis G3 Brewer is Factory Pre-Set and Ready to Go… Right from the Box.
Following are the Factory Settings for the G3 Iced Tea Brewer.
Models Included:
CAUTION:
must be installed to
comply with applicable
federal, state, and local plumbing/
electrical codes having jurisdiction.
CAUTION: Follow this
setup procedure before
attempting to use this
unit. Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury and/or void
of warranty.
CAUTION: DO NOT
connect the unit to hot
water. The inlet valve is
not rated for hot water.
IMPORTANT:
After setup, run a FULL
brewcycle. Place a tea
container to catch both hot water
from the brewcone and dilution water
from spout on the front cover.
Generally there will never be a reason to change the G3/Gold Cup Series default settings. However, should you need to make slight
adjustments to meet your brewing needs, programming instructions are provided later in this manual.
System Requirements:
SETUP STEPS
the brewer.
NSF International requires the following water connection:
cleaning underneath.
installed and maintained in accordance with federal, state, and local codes.
caused by an empty tank.
readout.
5. Important: Run one full brewcycle, to purge the water lines and valves of air. Five seconds of dilution water at the beginning of each
brewcycle is normal pre-programmed operating behavior.
BREWING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING HOT LIQUID,
Scalding may occur.
Avoid splashing.
Pour leaf tea into basket.
3. Slide brew cone into brew
rails. Place tea container
under brew cone.
brew tea.
ISO 9001:2008 REGISTERED
WILBUR CURTIS CO.
Montebello, CA 90640
For the latest information go to
www.wilburcurtis.com
Tel: 800/421-6150
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Programming
Your Curtis Generation 3 Brewer is Factory Pre-Set for Optimum Performance.
After connection to water and power; the rear toggle switch must be on. You will hear a beep sound, indicating power is available to the controller.
CURTIS
The control displays
. Press ON/OFF button and the screen will display
< TCT >
CURTIS
. After three seconds,
CURTIS
FILLING
is displayed.
CURTIS
HEATING
CURTIS
READY to BREW
To Go Into Programming
hold
-
All programming selections are performed with the three center buttons.
The symbols below the buttons are:
1
2
3
4
GRAY
Scroll RIGHT
SPRAYHEADS
sprayhead is the purple AFS. The older version is the gray sprayhead. See the illustration at right.
Program Menus
Program Menus screen. Press > button, to show the next menu item.
Recipes (Factory set to Standard Tea Purple)
Press to Select. Press < or > to scroll through recipes: Standard Gray, Standard Purple, Tropical Gray, Tropical
Purple, 76/308 Gray or 76/308 Purple. Press to set.
Recipes
*
Tea by Volume: Press
to select, Display will now show Push START To Begin... Press the BREW button then
volume has been set. Pressing > button will display the subsequent menu features.
Tea By Time
*
Tea by Time (Factory set to 5:52)
Press to select. By pressing < or > buttons, you can increase and decrease time. Press to set minutes and
seconds. Units with the half batch option, the Half Batch brew button is factory set at for half the brew time (2:56).
Tea Dilut Delay
*
Tea Dilution Delay (Factory set to 0:30)
Press to Select. Press < or > buttons, to add or decrease time. Press
*
Tea Dilut Time
*
Tea Dilution Volume: Press
to set.
to Select, Display will now show Push START To Begin... Press the BREW button
has been set. Press > to display subsequent menu features.
Dilution Time (Factory set to 4:05)
Press to Select. By pressing < or > buttons, you can increase and decrease time. Press
seconds.
to set minutes and
* On units with the half batch option, the half batch brew button may be independently set.
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Programming
Tea Dilut Stir
Tea Dilution Stir (Factory set to ON).
Press to Select. Press < or > buttons, to toggle between OFF and ON. Press
to set.
Tea Pulse Brew
Tea Pulse Brew (Factory set to OFF).
Press to Select. Press < or > to select ON, OFF or D. D is a manual adjust from 1 to 20 pulses with an ON time
from 5 to 150 seconds and an OFF time from 5 to 150 seconds.
Tea Fast Brew
Tea Fast Brew (Factory set to OFF).
Press
Tea Half Batch
Tea Half Batch (Factory set to OFF).
Press to Select. Press < or > buttons, to toggle between OFF and ON. Press
to set.
Tea Drip-Out
Tea Drip-Out (Factory set to OFF)
Press to Select. Press < or > to adjust time. Settings are OFF, up to 15 minutes, at one minute increments.
Temperature
Temperature (Factory set to 204ºF)
Press to Select. Press < or > to increase or decrease setting. Temperature range, from 170ºF to 208ºF in 2-degree
increments.
Energy Save Mode (Factory set to OFF)
Press to Select, < or > ON, OFF or ON 140ºF , to set. When in ON, unit will automatically shut off 4 hours from
last brew. When feature is OFF, unit does not have the energy saving mode.
In the ON 140ºF position, temperature goes down to 140ºF. if unit has not brewed in 4 hours. This feature will save
energy by maintaining a lower temperature in the tank during periods of non-operation.
Brew Count Odom
Brew Count Total
Cold Brew Lock
Brew Count Odom.
Press to Select, Shows total gallons and total brew cycles on the unit. Press ex or Reset Brew Count Total.
Brew Count Total
Press to Select, Shows total gallons and total brew cycles on the unit. Cannot be reset.
Cold Brew Lock (Factory set to 5º F)
Press to select, < or > to select desired setting (CBL 5, 15 or OFF),
to set.
The Cold Brew Lock feature allows the brewer to brew at three different temperature levels from the actual set point.
set point for the Ready to Brew message, however it will brew at any temperature.
Master Reset
Press to display Are You Sure? Then < for Yes, > for No. When Master Reset is used, the all of the menu selections in the UCM return to factory defaults.
Service Call
Access Code
Service Call (Phone number Factory set to 1-800-000-0000)
Press to display number and change number or < to move place and EX to exit when complete. This number will
be displayed during a Heating system SENSOR ERROR or during a WATER ERROR.
Access Code (Factory set to 1-2-3-4)
Press to display number and change number, (the number can be changed 1 to 4) or < to move place and ex to exit
when complete.
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Programming
Banner Name
Banner Name (Factory set to CURTIS)
Press to display letters and change letters or < to move place and EX to exit when complete
This feature allows up to 14 letters to be programmed for company name or regional name. Programming all blanks
disables Banner Name. If programmed, Banner Name is displayed every 5 sec. on and off.
P-Maintenance (Factory set to OFF)
Press to Select, Set gallons brewed to indicate P-Maintenance. Press < or > to adjust from Off to 3000 gallons.
Press to exit.
Beeper On/Off
Beeper On/Off (Factory set to ON)
Press to display ON or OFF. Pressing either < or > toggles between on and off.
allows you to hear a short beep each time a button is pressed.
to set. When ON, this feature
Quality Timer
Quality Timer (Factory set to OFF)
Press to Select. By pressing < or > buttons, you can increase and decrease time. Setting range is from 0 to 10
hours in 1 hour increments. Press
Display Brew
Time
Display Brew Time (Factory set to ON)
Press to Select. Pressing < or > toggles between ON and OFF.
Display Messages
Press to display ON or OFF. Pressing either < or > toggles between on and off. This feature allows the operator to
Model Select (Factory set to 1/Half Batch)
Press to Select. Pressing < or > toggles between 1/Half Batch and 3-Batch.
Exit
Press
to select, exits program mode and returns unit to operation. Pressing > returns you to Tea Recipes.
Tank Temperature Check
Turn on brewer at the control panel ON/OFF button. Press and hold
Error Message
With G3/Gold Cup Series brewers, there are three error messages that can appear on the screen to advise the user of a malfunction. If one of
these error messages appear, the brewer will lock up and stop functioning until the error is corrected.
An error message will occur under the following conditions:
minutes.
The screen may display a phone number to call for service. After the malfunction is corrected, the error message must be
cleared. To reset the control panel and return to normal operation, press for 5 seconds.
Illustrated Parts TCT
18A
18
8
5
5B
1
11
13A
31A
5A
3
33
31
13
15
A
5
PARTS LIST
PART Nº
1
2
2A
4
5
5A
5B
6
7
8
8A
9
9A
10
10A
11
11A
12
14
14A
14B
14D
14E
15
16
16A
17
18
18A
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
Illustrated Parts List
TCO
3
1
5
1
2
4
5
6
7
Illustrated Parts List
TCN
1
5
3
8
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
8
TCT ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
TEA TIPS
WARNING DO NOT
refrigerate unused
tea overnight for later
consumption.
CLEANING
1. Store tea bags in a dark, cool and dry place away from strong odors and moisture. Do not refrigerate.
tea after eight hours
3. Brew only enough tea that you reasonably expect to serve within a few hours.
storage and dispensing equipment at least once a day.
Regular cleaning of your airpots and tea containers will maintain the highest quality coffee and iced tea
your equipment is capable of producing. A proper cleaning is essential in preserving the appearance of the
brewer.
1. Turn off the tea brewer at the ON/OFF button on the front control panel.
brew cone comes with
a screen; clean the
screen to maintain the
3. Slide the brewcone out and clean it. Thoroughly soap the sprayhead area with a mild detergent solution.
eventually cause the brewcone to
areas. Wash both parts with a detergent solution or put these parts through a dishwasher.
unit.
CAUTION: DO NOT
use undiluted bleach or
chlorine.
5. Wash the tea container and top cover. Use a detergent solution and a soft bristled brush to clean inside
the container. Wipe the exterior surfaces with a sponge and detergent solution. Rinse thoroughly.
the same brush clean the faucet body inlet and outlet. Clean the faucet cap and silicone seat cup.
A. Use a clean container to submerge all parts. Wear rubber gloves for protection.
Let the parts soak for at least one minute.
liner with vinegar and allow to soak.
Cleaning intervals for the probe are to be determined by the user or the service tech based on water condi-
LIQUID LEVEL
PROBE
Intervals can be from one month to several years, however, replacing rather than cleaning the probe is
preferable.
WARNING: Disconnect electrical power before removing access panels.
CAUTION: This procedure involves working with hot water and hot surfaces.
1. Unplug the power cord and shut off the water line.
remove the cover.
5. Clean the tip of the probe using a Scotch-Brite scuff pad.
and soak it in vinegar or a scale removing chemical. Repeat this step
until the white layer is removed.
TCT ROUGH-IN DRAWING
PTT ROUGH-IN DRAWING
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WILBUR CURTIS CO., INC.
6913 Acco St., Montebello, CA 90640-5403 USA
Phone: 800/421-6150
Fax: 323-837-2410
Technical Support Phone: 800/995-0417 (M-F 5:30A - 4:00P PST)
Web Site: www.wilburcurtis.com
E-Mail: techsupport@wilburcurtis.com
FOR THE LATEST SPECIFICATION INFORMATION GO TO WWW.WILBURCURTIS.COM
Printed in U.S.A. 12/2012
F-3329-S Rev S