IMPORTANT
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
for
MALFUNCTION
LIGHT.
“ON-OFF-CLEAN”
SWITCH
BEHIND NAMEPLATE
Electrical Supply
115208/230 V. 3-Wire
60 Hz-l Ph.
NOTICE:
ICE STORAGE
SEPARATELY.
BIN SUPPLIED
It is essential that a suitable ice storage bin
of durable construction
be used with the ice
cube maker and that the method of mounting
be dimensionally
compatible.
NOTICE:
The interior
walls of
should
at least line up with
walls of the storage bin. There
any interior
ledge projection
of
An overhang of the ice maker
is permissible.
the ice maker
the interior
should not be
the bin walls.
exterior
walls
Whirlpoo
CORPORATII
COMMERCIAL
ICEMAKER
MODELS
CHCH8AE CHCH8WECHCH8AS CHCH8WS
Benton
Harbor,
Mlchlgan.
Auromatlc
Washers,
Clothes
Dryers,
Freezers,
Refrlgeralor-Freezers,
Ice Makers. Dlshwasherr,
Budt-ln
Ovens and Surface
Umts, Ranges, Mwowave
Ovens, Compactors,
Room
AN Condltmners,
Llehumldifwrs.
Central
Heatmg
and
Air Conditmnmg
Systems.
Part No. 756832
2-w
GENERAL INFORMATION
LOCATE
UNPACK
This item is heavy. When handling, use proper
care to protect it, yourself,
stairs and floors.
THIS UNIT MUST BE
INSTALLED
IN AN
AREA PROTECTED FROM
THE ELEMENTS, SUCH
AS WIND, RAIN, WATER
SPRAY OR DRIP.
110” F
90’
1
OPERATING
equipment
and
F
1 BEST
\ RANGE
LIMITS
1
70’
55” F
F
1. Unit must be at least 3” from back wall for
culation.
Adequate
air circulation
must be provided
and other sides for performance.
air ciron top
FRONT
OH
PANEL
SCREWS
-O
2. If air cooled ice maker is installed in a closed room, 1000
C.F.M. of air must be exchanged through the room to maintain the room air at 10’ F. warmer
than the available
ambient air temperature.
r
3. The head may be installed
on either a Whirlpool
bin or
field-constructed
bin. In either case, be sure the floor will
support
the combined
weight
of the ice maker and the
stored ice cubes. (Approximately
300 Ibs. per leg, if using a
Whirlpool
bin.)
4. Level bin before
installing
must be level to insure proper
plates.
head. The ice maker head
water flow over the freezing
with
the Information
to
lift
the
NOTE:
On a field-supplied
bin, a food grade silicone rubber
sealant must be used to insure a tight seal between the head
and bin.
3. Fasten the head to the bin with screws and brackets
provided.
(Screws are in cabinet sides and back. Brackets
are in small parts bag.) Use two brackets on back and one
on each end towards front corners.
15.6 Volts
If In your area the water or low voltage
conditions
cause
Ice slabs to pile up on the cutter grids. a higher voltage
tap on the transformer
secondary
may be wired to the
cutter grids.
Check
BASE
2. Leaving shipping tape in place, use proper equipment
carefully
position
the ice maker head on bin. Always
the head to move it into position
to avoid damaging
gasket between the bin and head.
TO INSTALLER
the factory
PACKAGING
1. Using 2” x 4” blocks or shipping foam corners carefully
lay cabinet on its back to remove packaging base.
CAUTION:
Packaging base is not attached to product.
If height of ice maker exceeds 90” when installed
on a
Whirlpool
bin and bin expander
a leg kit model CECK3
must be used for additional
stability.
This machine
is shipped from
supplied to the cutter grids.
LOOSE
4. Remove
panel off.
front
panel
by removing
two
screws
and lifting
5. Examine
carefully
for concealed
damage. If damaged,
save the carton and have carrier examine product and make
inspection
report.
label at the transformer.
Water treatment
may be advisable
because
poor quality
water can cause marginal
operation
or malfunction
and
increase
cleaning
frequency
and maintenance
costs.
Contact
your local Whirlpool
Commercial
Ice Machine
Dealer for recommendations.
6. Remove
all tape, cardboard,
and packaging
materials
from inside ice maker head, i.e. expansion
valve shipping
pad and water float tape.
2
FOR THE ELECTRICIAN
CONFORM
TO ALL APPLICABLE
CODES
It IS the personal
responslbrlrty
and oblrgatlon
of the
cuslomer
to contact
a qualIfted
installer
to assure that the
electrtcal
rnstallatron
IS adequate
and IS In conformance
with the National
ElectrIcat
Code and local codes and
ordrnances
NOTE:
A separate
time delay fuses.
circuit
REMOVE
TOP SHROUD
1. Loosen
screws on lower
2. Pull complete
CAUTION:
part.
shroud
Use proper
must
front
forward
be used
corners
with
20 ampere
of shroud.
INSTALLELECTRICAL
WIRING
COPPER WIRE ONLY
115-2081230 V, 3-Wire, 60 Hz, 1 Ph,
20 Amp Time Delay Fuses
Install wiring
according
to Local and National
Electrical
Codes into junction
box provided
at rear of cabinet. Replace
electrical
box cover and shroud.
and lift off.
care when
handling
this awkward
INSTALLGROUNDING
WIRE
PROVIDE A FUSED DISCONNECT
BOX WITHIN
SIGHT AND EASY REACH OF THE ICE MAKER.
Be sure power supply is within + 10% - 5% of recommended
voltage when machine is in operation.
COPPER WIRE ONLY
1. Permanently
ground
this Ice maker
In accordance
with the National
ElectrIcal
Code and local codes and
ordinances
GROUND
MUST BE CONTINUOUS
TO SERVICE
PANEL
2. Use a copper
conductor
of the appropriate
size
from the Ice maker green grounding
wrre to a grounded
connectlon
In the service
panel or a properly
driven and
electrlcally
grounded
rod
3. Replace
electrical
4. Replace
shroud.
Alternate
(Not
junction
box cover
ICE MAKER
ELECTRICAL
JUNCTION
BOX
AMP
LAY
Recommended)
1. If the recommended
grounding
method
IS Impossible.
permanently
ground the appliance
from the green grounding screw to a grounded
cold water plpe*usrng
a separate.
green colored,
insulated
copper conductor
of appropriate
size THIS. HOWEVER
IS NOT RECOMMENDED
NOTE: Do not ground
nect to electric
power
nently grounded
* Cold
DISCONNECT
to a gas supply pipe Do not consupply
until applrance
IS perma-
water pipe must have metal continuity
to electrical
ground and
not be interrupted
by plastic, rubber or other electrically
insulating
connectors
(including
water merer or pump) without
adding a copper
jumper wire at these connections.
:I
TIME
FUSES
FOR THE PLUMBER
CONFORM TO ALL APPLICABLE
CODES
INSTALLWATERSUPPLY
INSTALLDRAINS
Water treatment
may be advisable
because
poor quality
water can cause marginal
operation
or malfunctton
and
Increase
cleanrng
frequency
and marntenance
costs.
Contact
your local Whirlpool
Commercial
Ice Machrne
Dealer for recommendations.
%” O.D. TUBE SUPPLIED
WITH WHIRLPOOL
BIN
\
FROM
BIN
NOTE:
verhcal
ICE MAKER
t
The Ye” dra. siphon
break
leg of white vtnyl tubing.
PUMP
PAN
WATER
DRAIN
hole
COOLEO
CONDENSER
I
Y,“O.D.COPPER
INLET
WATER
Y”. MPT ICE MAKER
DRAIN
TUBE
must
TUBE
LINE
be In the
The storage bin drains by gravity and, therefore,
the drain
line must maintain
gradual
slope to an open drain receptacle.
Any rise in the drain line will cause an atr lock
which will prevent
the water from draining
from the storage bin. lnstallatron
of an air vent in the drain line WIII
eltmlnate
the posslbtltty
of an air lock forming.
ICE MAKING
HEAD Cold Water Supply l/4” o.d.
soft copper tube with shut-off valve.
CONDENSER
DRAIN
Supply
runs over 10 feet should
be made with J/e” o.d.
copper
tubtng. Runs of 10 feet or less may be made with
‘,4” o.d. copper
tubing.
NEEDED ONLY ON WATER
CHCH8WE, CHCH8WS
COOLED
1. A shut-off
valve should
be provided
in the water
supply line at a convenient
location
near the ice maker.
The supply line must be adequately
sized to compensate
for the length of the run.
MODELS
1. %” galvanized
pipe or copper
tubing must be used
extend the condenser
outlet to an open type drain.
NOTE: Always
flush out water lines before
connecttng
to prevent foreign
matter from entenng
the float valve.
to
2. Connect
supply
line to l/4” o.d.
center rear of Ice making
head.
2. Adequate
flow
rate must be maintained
through
the
condenser.
Runs over 40 ft. will require using larger pipe size.
*NOTE:
These drains
system if high humidity
in the sump areas.
3. Water IS controlled
Make sure float valve
may be connected
to a disposal
or condenser cleaning causes liquid
copper
in pump reservoir
opens and closes.
water
line
by float
at
valve.
4. Water pressure
must be 20 to 100 PSI. If the pressure
exceeds
100 psi, a regulator
will have to be installed.
The
unit will operate
in pressures
below 20 PSI; however,
It
may produce
cloudy ice
CONDENSER
WATERINLET
NEEDED ONLY ON WATER
CHCH8WE, CHCH8WS
COOLED
MODELS
1. Use a 3/8” I.P.S. independent
cold water supply to the
water cooled condenser inlet for proper condenser operation.
Runs over 40 ft. will require using larger pipe size.
A
INSTALLLOOSEPARTS
ICE THICKNESS
REAR
PIN
MOUNTING
.
-
SPRING
FLOAT
WATER
LEVEL
ADJUSTMENT
The following
loose
to be field Installed
parts
packed
/ \’
’
InsIde
;;lER
FRON T hhl3UNTING
BOLT
PUMP
3. Cube Deflector.
hangs from pins.
frame
Ihe head WIII have
1. Water Pump Pan. Hold pan so the gradua!ly
sloped
area IS at left Place the left 11p edge between
the lower
evaporator
and on the top of the entering
edge of the
lower cutter grid Raise right end of water pan and place
pan flange on angle bracket
attached
to right liner wall
Remove packing
holding
the float valve for shlpplng
The 1/8”dia
leg of white
CAUTION:
result from:
a. Reducing
b. Having
siphon
break
vinyl tubing
Insufficient
the
less than
c. Traps or extreme
or
inside
l/4”
hole
be In IIle
APPROX.
continuous
diameter
per foot
must
Flex cube deflector
baffle so that it
Top edge will rest against
cutter grid
4. Ice Level Control
Baffle.
The ice level baffle must be
installed at the bottom
left end of the ice maker head with
the curve inward. Slip the hole in the baffle over the pin in
the back liner wall. Raise up front edge and fasten through
lower support
rail by removing
and reinserting
screw provided. Install spring from baffle to right hand hole in lower
support rail to hold baffle off switch plunger. Weight of ice
against baffle will operate switch.
2. Drain Line for Water Pump Pan. The formed
piece of
white vlnyl tubing
slips over the pump pan drawn tube
and the drain lube going through
the back wall of the
storage bin or on a field constructed
bin run to an open
drain.
NOTE:
vertical
of
DEFLECTOR
OVER PINS
siphoning
may
the
line.
drain
318”
+I”-
fall,
SWITCH
TAB
bends in the lines.
CONTROL
SPRING
NOTE:
Baffle
must swing freely
without
binding.
5. Let Baffle Hang Vertically.
Move baffle slowly to left
and listen for bin switch “click”
to determine
that switch
will turn machine “ON”
and “OFF.”
(Adjust
switch tab
until switch operates.)
5
CHECK
OPERATION
START-UP
AND CHECK-OFF
HOWIT WORKS
1. Start the unrt by opening
service switch to “ON ”
WITH SERVICE SWITCH IN “ON” POSITION
2. NOTE: In “CLEAN”
ooerates
water
valve
and turning
1. Contactor
positron,
3. Check
water
level In pump
water level should be 11/4” deep.
only
pan.
the
When
freezrng
5. Check
It
plate
to make
water
not
pump
running,
sure
plate.
Unit
IS
getting
limiter
above
In a clean
5. Thickness
NOTE:
inside
all panels
Ice scoop
fans run
runs
control
Grids
cabinet
to touch
will be “OFF”
until
cools to 130” F.
1. Thickness
holding
relay
control
co11
LINER
ELECTRIC
PLUG
SIPHON CAP
ON STANDPIPE
1%” WATER
raises.
actuating
valve
is energized
(Water
5. Thickness
keeps
running
control
6. Water
pump
7. Water
siphons
8. Cutter
grid warm
motor
cooled)
stops
from
pump
pan and refills
to touch
WHEN STORAGE
OPENS SWITCH.
IS
BIN GETS FULL, BIN BAFFLE
relay keeps machine
reached.
In freeze
off
leaving
cycle until
slabs
to
grids are “OFF.”
HOW IT WORKS-MALFUNCTION
INCREASE
and
MACHINE THEN GOES BACK INTO FREEZE
CYCLE WHILE SLAB IS BEING CUT INTO CUBES
ON CUTTER GRID
3. Cutter
CLOCKWISE
switch
and opens
tightly
2. Machine
then shuts completely
defrost
by ambient
temperature.
TURN
limiter
runnrng
4. Condenser
fans stop
Condenser
water valve closes
1. Slab completion
full Ice thickness
LEVEL
arm
keeps
3. Hot gas solenord
PUMP
MOTOR
temperature
WHEN DESIRED ICE SLAB THICKNESS IS
REACHED, HARVEST CYCLE BEGINS WITH THE
FOLLOWING RESULTS:
2. Compressor
place.
AD
(SE
PARTS I
runs
motor
grid warm
cold.
7. Check for desired
cube thrckness
and adjust if neceswill
be obtarned
with Ice thrcksary. Maximum
capacity
ness at l/2”
to 5/8”. Do not adjust less than 3/8” thick as
machine may malfunction.
9. Store
runs
3. Condenser
6. Cutter
6. Check cutter
grids. Interior
temperature
top grid turns grids “OFF”
above 130” F.
8. Replace
IS energized
2. Compressor
4. Water pump
4. Check
for even water flow over
must be level for proper operation.
freezrng
the
LIGHT
1. When the high side pressure
raises above
the safe
operating
lrmits the machine
will shut down because
the
blocked
condenser
thermostat
or pressure
Control
opened
and the light will come on.
TO
THICKNESS
On air cooled models-this
indicates
that the condenser
is blocked
with dirt and must be cleaned
or the condenser
fan motor is not moving
air through
the finned
condenser.
EVERY
FOUR
MINUTES
On water cooled
models - this indicates
the condenser
has excessive
scale inside,
water
pressure
is low, or
water has been shut off.
NOTE:
After
the control.
correcting
the
malfunction,
manually
reset
SCHEMATIC
WIRINGDIAGRAM
DANGERELECTRICALSHOCKHAZARD
DISCONNECT
POWERBEFORESERVICING
THIS UNITMUST BE WIREDAND PERMANENTLY
GROUNDED
in accordancewith the National Electrical Codeand applicablecodes and ordinances
A separate
circuit
I-
must be used with 20 ampere
115 - 200/23ov.
time delay fuses
3 WIRE lpi-i 6oUz
THERMOSTAT
KZOVTAP
LIGHT
CONTROL
TEMP. UMIT
Q
TRANS
ON -OFF
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N.C
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(ONE ONLY ON WATER
COOLED)
START
CAP
FAN
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CONNECTION
DIAGRAM
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