CMA Dishmachines UC65e Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
Keep with machine for reference
MODEL UC50e
INSTALLATION & OPERATION
Rev 1.00A
DISTRIBUTED EXCLUSIVELY BY
CMA DISHMACHINES
12700 KNOTT AVENUE
GARDEN GROVE, CALIFORNIA 92841
800-854-6417
FAX 714-895-2141
www.cmadishmachines.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL UC50E
1.
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................ 2
1.1.
2.
GETTING STARTED..................................................................................... 3
2.1.
3.
RECEIVING AND INSTALLATION.............................................................................................. 3
2.1.1.
Electrical ....................................................................................................................... 3
2.1.2.
Plumbing........................................................................................................................ 3
2.1.3.
Rinse aid dispenser. ....................................................................................................... 3
2.1.4.
Detergent dispenser. ...................................................................................................... 4
2.1.5.
Temperature Adjustments. ............................................................................................. 4
2.1.6.
Drain Pump. .................................................................................................................. 4
OPERATION ................................................................................................. 5
3.1.
CONTROL PANEL AND RELATIVE SYMBOLS........................................................................... 5
3.2.
STARTUP PROCEDURES........................................................................................................... 5
3.3.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE. ................................................................................................. 6
3.3.1.
Regular Maintenance..................................................................................................... 6
3.3.2.
Special Maintenance...................................................................................................... 6
3.4.
4.
MODEL UC50E ....................................................................................................................... 2
TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................ 7
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM.............................................................................. 8
www.cmadishmachines.com
1. Specifications
1.1.
METRIC
EQUIVALENT
Model UC50e
WATER CONSUMPTION
PER RACK
.8 GAL.
(3 L)
PER HOUR
24/16 GAL.
(90/60 L)
WASH TIME-SEC
100/160
100/160
RINSE TIME-SEC
15/15
15/15
5/5
5/5
2/3MIN.
2/3MIN.
30/20
30/20
6.87 GAL.
(26 L)
140°F
(60°C)
OPERATING CYCLE
DWELL
TOTAL CYCLE
OPERATING CAPACITY
RACKS PER HOUR
WASH TANK CAPACITY
WATER REQUIREMENTS
WATER INLET
DRAIN CONNECTION
RINSE PRESSURE SET
3/4”
-
1”
-
24 PSI
1.7 kg/cm2
CYCLE TEMPERATURES
WASH-°F
155°F – 160°F
(68°C/71°C)
RINSE-°F
180°F – 195°F
(82°C/90°C)
FRAME DIMENSIONS
DEPTH
24”
(61 cm)
WIDTH
23-7/16”
(59.5 cm)
HEIGHT
33- 5/16”
(84.5 cm)
13”
(33 cm)
MAX LOADING HIGHT
ELECTRICAL RATING
220-240 + -6% VOLTS
1 PH—60 Hz
30 AMPS
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Page 2
Getting Started
2. Getting Started
2.1.
Receiving and Installation
The dishwasher is shipped from the factory in a corrugated box on a wooden pallet. The
installation guidelines give a systematic procedure for setting up the machine.
Start by removing the packaging material. After removing the packing, ensure that the appliance has
not been damaged in transport. If it has, inform the retailer. Set the machine in place, and level
from side-to-side and front-to-back.
2.1.1. Electrical 1
Single-phase 230 volt, 60 Hz dedicated circuit should be used to supply electrical energy to the
UC50e dishwasher (see specification sheet page 2). This system requires two power wires. An
additional third wire must be provided for ground. CMA and local codes require the UC50e to be
hardwired (not cord connected) using a proper gauge copper wire. The power connection must be
located such that there is sufficient length of the flexible conduit remaining to permit the machine to
be moved for cleaning.
2.1.2. Plumbing 2
Each machine is provided with a rubber hose with a ¾" threaded attachment for water filling. A
140°F water line should be plumbed to this point. The water line used must be of sufficient length
and flexibility to permit the machine to be moved for cleaning.
The supply water to the UC50e must be a minimum of 140°F at 30 PSI (Pounds per Square
Inch). If it is less than 30 PSI dynamic pressure a pressure pump must be installed to guarantee
optimal machine operation. If, however, the water supply pressure is greater than 60 PSI, a pressure
reducer must be installed.
Connect the drain hose, supplied with the appliance, to the drain union in such a way that water
flows freely(insuring a minimum slope). A drain pump is provided to empty the water at a level
below the machine drain. The drain hose should be connected to a trap to prevent odor back -up
from the screen.
2.1.3.
Rinse aid dispenser.
The machine is equipped with rinse aid dispenser, which automatically draws the product. To
carry out priming, start the machine and do a few complete wash cycles or press adjustment
screw repeatedly. Operating the fine-adjustment screw on the dispenser can regulate the amount
dispensed from 0 to 4cc,equivalent to 0-11inches (0-30cm) drawn into chemical line. Reduce the
amount by turning the screw clockwise, increase by turning it counterclockwise.
1,2
All electrical and plumbing connections must be made by a qualified person who will comply with
all available Federal, State, and Local Health, Electrical, Plumbing and Safety codes
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Page 3
Getting Started
2.1.4. Detergent dispenser.
The machine is equipped with detergent dispenser, which automatically draws the product.
Detergent has been pre-wired prior to the shipment. Refer to wiring diagram on the page 8 for
detergent dispenser connection.
Chemical output line is connected to the injector on the back of the machine. Insert chemical
input line with the filter in detergent container. Prime detergent dispenser and proceed to
dispense. Detergent dispenser capacity can be adjusted using a screwdriver. Every 13/16 inches
(2 cm) of product drawn into chemical line corresponds to 0.25 cc.
2.1.5. Temperature Adjustments.
Booster heater temperature adjustment always has priority over that of the wash tank, and both
cannot be switched on at the same time. During wash pump operation the wash tank heating
element doesn’t work.
If necessary, the water temperature of the wash and rinse cycles can be adjusted by means of
the fine adjustment screws on the respective thermostats located on electric component panel.
The recommended temperatures are 160°F (71 °C) for the wash cycle (tank) and 180°F (82,2°C)
for the rinse cycle.
2.1.6. Drain Pump.
The machine is equipped with a drain pump. Pay particular attention the position of the drain
hose, which should not be higher than 31 inches (0.8 cm). To empty the wash tank turn off the
machine by pressing the main switch, pull out the overflow tube inside the water tank and leave
the door open. Than keep manual drain button pressed until water tank is completely empty.
During the Wash/Rinse cycle, excess water will automatically be drained.
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Page 4
Operatation
3. Operation
3.1.
Control Panel And Relative Symbols.
ON/OFF PUSH BUTTON
CYCLE START PUSHBUTTON
TIME SELECTOR PUSHBUTTON
DRAIN PUMP PUSH BUTTON
3.2.
•
•
Startup Procedures
Insert the overflow tube in the special seat inside the wash tank.
Check that the suction filter inside the wash tank is correctly fitted in its seat.
The filter must be cleaned after every 20 wash cycles and whenever necessary.
•
DO NOT use the appliance without the filter
Close the dishwasher door.
•
Insert the rinse aid dispenser line in the liquid container and check for the
quantity of the additive.
•
Turn on main water valve.
•
Turn on the appliance by pressing On-Off push button on the control panel.
The operation is signaled by the switch indicator lighting up or by the indicator with the symbol.
The machine will automatically fill the water tank to the proper level tank, and then the heating phase
begins. Indicator comes on when the water temperature is reached.
• Insert the rack filled with dishes to wash.
The plates must be correctly placed in the rack.
• Select the wash cycle required by pressing Time Selector push button.
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Page 5
Operatation
•
To begi n the wash cy cle pre ss Cycle Start push button. The button light will co me on ,
indicating that the cycle has started.
At the end of the washing cycle, a hot rinse cycle will take place.
The indicator light of the Cycle Start button will turn off when the cycle has finished.
•
•
The appliance is now ready for a new wash.
At the end of the day, clean the machine (see "Preventive Maintenance").
3.3.
Preventive Maintenance.
3.3.1. Regular Maintenance.
In order to ensure perfect performance, the appliance must be completely cleaned at least once a day
in the following way:
• Turn off On-Off push button.
• Turn off main water valve.
• Remove the overflow tube from the wash tank to empty the water.
Remove the overflow tube, turn off On-Off push button, and press Drain Pump push button until all the
water has been completely emptied.
• Remove the filters and clean it with a brush under running water.
• Remove the spray arms loosening the fixing screws, and thoroughly clean the nozzles and cleaning
and rinsing arms under running water.
• Reassemble all parts and refit the spray arms in their seats, fixing them with the relative screws.
• Clean the tank thoroughly.
Do not use bleach or chlorine based detergents.
• At the end of the day, it is advisable to leave the dishwasher door open.
It is advisable to replace the tank water by refilling the tank at least every 20 wash cycles, or
twice a day. Do not use metal brushes or corrosive products, which can damage the
machine.
3.3.2. Special Maintenance.
Once or twice a year have a qualified technician inspect the machine:
• clean the solenoid valve filter
• remove scale from the heating elements
• check the tightness of the seals
• check condition and/or wear of the components
• check operation of the dispensers
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Page 6
Operatation
3.4.
PROBLEM
The machine does not start
The machine does not draw
water
Troubleshooting.
LIKELY CAUSE
On-Off push button is turned off
main water valve is closed
The spray arm nozzles or the solenoid filter is
clogged and/or caked with lime deposits
Faulty pressure switch
Unsatisfactory washing results The washing nozzles are clogged or the washing arms
do not rotate
Detergent concentration too low
Fats or starches are not removed
The filter is too dirty
Check the tank temperature (it must be about 150°F 65,5°C)
Length of washing cycle inadequate for type of grime
build-up
Wash water too dirty
Glasses or dishes are not
completely dried
Insufficient rinse aid
The rack is unsuitable for the glasses and dishes
The dishes have been too long in the tank
Streaks and spots on glasses
and dishes
Clean the rinsing arm nozzles, the pipes and the
filter. If the machine has a water purifier
check the salt content or regenerate more
often
Replace the pressure switch
Unscrew and clean the nozzles and the rotation
shaft, refit them correctly in their seats
Use non-foaming detergent or use less of same
detergent
Detergent concentration too low
Remove the filter, clean it with a brush under running
water and refit in its seat
Adjust the thermostat or check correct heating
element operation
Choose a longer cycle if possible, otherwise repeat
wash cycle
Empty water from the tank, clean filters; refill the tank
and correctly refit the filters
Increase the amount of rinse aid by turning the screw
on the dispenser
Use a suitable rack enabling the dishes to be tilted so
water can run off
As soon as the wash cycle is finished, pull the rack out
immediately, allowing the air to dry the glasses and
dishes more quickly
Rinse water temperature is less than 180°F (82°C)
Check the temperature of the booster thermostat
Surface of dishes and glasses too rough or porous for Replace type of dishes and glasses used
material wear
Too much rinse aid
Decrease the amount of rinse aid by turning the fineadjustment screw on the dispenser
The water is too hard
Salt present in dishwasher tank
The machine suddenly stops
during the cycle
SOLUTION
Turn on On-Off push button
Open main water valve
The machine is connected to an overloaded circuit
A safety device has been activated
During wash cycle the machine Water from the previous day has not been replaced
stops and draws water
The tank water temperature is too high
Faulty pressure switch
The overflow tube is incorrectly positioned
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Check the water hardness
Water should not be harder than 5-10 °f
Thoroughly clean and rinse the appliance, and avoid
spilling salt when filling the container
Connect the machine separately (call the Technical
Assistance service)
Check safety devices (call the Technical Assistance
service)
Empty the tank and refill it
Have the Technical Assistance service check the
thermostat and the pressure switch
Remove the overflow tube and correctly reposition it
Page 7
Electrical Diagram
4. Electrical Diagram
MODEL UC50e INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Rev. 1.00A
Page 8