Café
Executive
6880025
688p0060
Set-Up Guide
12955 Enterprise Way
Bridgeton, Missouri 63044-1200
(314) 298-3500
www.nationalvendors.com
Copyright© 7-01
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Table of Contents
FEATURES ..........................................................................................................1
Machine Configuration ................................................................................. 1
Microprocessor Controlled Functions ........................................................... 1
Coin Mechanism ........................................................................................... 1
Options .......................................................................................................... 1
Brewing System ............................................................................................ 1
SPECIFICATIONS ..............................................................................................2
Capacities ...................................................................................................... 2
Selections ...................................................................................................... 2
Dimensions.................................................................................................... 2
Machine .....................................................................................................2
Optional Base Cabinet ...............................................................................2
Water Tank .................................................................................................... 2
Weight ........................................................................................................... 2
Power Requirements ..................................................................................... 2
External View Usage Key ............................................................................. 4
Internal View Usage Key .............................................................................. 6
SITE REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................7
Power Supply .............................................................................................7
Water Supply .............................................................................................7
Water Pressure ...........................................................................................7
Clearances ..................................................................................................8
MACHINE INSTALLATION .............................................................................9
Counter Top Installation ............................................................................9
Set And Seal ..............................................................................................9
Fasten And Seal .......................................................................................10
Install And Seal ........................................................................................10
Water Line Connections ..........................................................................11
Factory And Field Supplied Parts ............................................................11
Flushing Lines .........................................................................................11
Sealing The Unit To The Counter Top ....................................................11
Factory And Field Supplied Parts ............................................................11
INSTALL WATER FILTER ..............................................................................12
Everpure Brand... ........................................................................................ 13
INSTALL FILTER PAPER ...............................................................................14
Load The Filter Paper Housing... .............................................................14
Feed Paper Through The Brewer... ..........................................................15
SET UP THE COIN MECHANISM (OPTIONAL) ..........................................16
Loading The Coin Mechanism. ...............................................................16
SET UP THE MENU INSERTS ........................................................................17
SWITCHES ........................................................................................................19
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Door Switch .............................................................................................19
Main Power Switch ..................................................................................19
LOAD PRODUCTS ...........................................................................................20
Filling Canisters .......................................................................................20
Installing Canisters ..................................................................................20
FILL THE WATER TANK ................................................................................21
CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS .........................................................................22
Controls And Displays Usage Key.............................................................. 23
PROGRAMMING ..............................................................................................24
Initial Steps.................................................................................................. 24
Inside A Function ........................................................................................ 24
Leaving A Function..................................................................................... 24
Supervisor Mode ......................................................................................... 25
Enter Supervisor Mode ............................................................................25
View Or Change The Supervisor Code ...................................................25
View Or Change The Carafe Code ..........................................................26
Protect Programming Functions.................................................................. 27
Configure Your Machine ............................................................................ 28
Free Vend .................................................................................................28
Language ..................................................................................................28
Water Tank Temperature Display Units ..................................................28
Coin Mechanism Setup ............................................................................28
Card Reader Setup ...................................................................................28
Water Tank Temperature Setpoint ...........................................................29
Grounds Pail Safety Feature ....................................................................29
Configuration Codes ................................................................................30
Key Mapping/drink Recipes ....................................................................31
Factory Defaults And Drink Sizes .............................................................. 35
Filter Paper Advance Delay Time ............................................................... 36
Set Prices For Price Lines ........................................................................... 37
Set Up Selections ........................................................................................ 38
Setting Time And Date ............................................................................42
Operation ..................................................................................................... 43
Make A Single Drink ...............................................................................43
Making A Carafe .....................................................................................43
Scrolling Messages...................................................................................... 45
Other Problems And Solutions.................................................................... 46
SERVICE KEYPAD ..........................................................................................48
TESTING ...........................................................................................................49
Water Tank Temperature Display ............................................................... 49
Water Tank Fill ........................................................................................... 49
Pump Test.................................................................................................... 50
Brewer Test (Machines With Brewers Only).............................................. 50
Whipper Test ............................................................................................... 50
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Input Switch Tests....................................................................................... 51
Keypad Test................................................................................................. 51
DATA COLLECTION .......................................................................................51
Total Sales ................................................................................................... 51
Total Vends ................................................................................................. 51
Vends By Price Line ................................................................................... 52
Clear Information ........................................................................................ 52
MISCELLANEOUS ...........................................................................................53
Software Version Number........................................................................... 53
Payout.......................................................................................................... 54
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ............................................................................55
Empty The Liquid Drain Tray..................................................................... 55
Empty The Grounds Pail ............................................................................. 55
Reset Tank Error ......................................................................................... 56
Clear Grounds Pail Count ........................................................................... 56
Test Brewer Operation ................................................................................ 57
Rinse Brewer ............................................................................................... 57
Rinse Mixing Bowl ..................................................................................... 57
Change Fuses............................................................................................... 58
Adjust Water Valves ................................................................................... 59
CLEANING AND SANITATION .....................................................................60
How Do I Sanitize? ..................................................................................... 60
A Good Place To Start -- Your Sanitation Kit ............................................ 61
Sanitation Procedures.................................................................................. 62
Food-contact Parts ...................................................................................62
Non Food-contact Parts ...........................................................................64
Overall Cleaning ......................................................................................... 64
Preventive Maintenance Cleaning............................................................... 64
Clean The Brewer........................................................................................ 65
Sanitation Intervals...................................................................................... 69
Appendix A. Factory Default Times ......................................................... A1
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Notes . . .
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FEATURES
MACHINE CONFIGURATION
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Fresh brew (FB) coffee, FB decaf, blended coffee, espresso, cappuccino,
hot chocolate, and hot water.
A soluble product, such as soup, whitener (with whipper), or International
coffee (with whipper).
5 oz to 12 oz drinks may be served.
Choice of small or large drink volume may be served for each selection.
Consumer's own mug or cup must be used.
Consumer may use a multi-cup carafe.
Carafe mode is available for all drink types.
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED FUNCTIONS
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Machine configuration and data retrieval.
Multiple pricing.
Drink timing and recipe settings.
Water temperature setting.
Diagnostic messages.
COIN MECHANISM
None standard, but your machine can easily be converted to a coin-operated
unit.
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24 VDC, 15 Pin connector "Dumb" mech. (Mars #TRC-6010XV, Coin
Acceptors #9302-LF).
Executive coin mech. interface.
MDB interface.
OPTIONS
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Electric water pump kit (for installing plumbing to bottled water).
Choice of Hydrolife or Everpure water filter.
Insulated 60 oz thermal carafe.
Matching base cabinet with large capacity waste containers, removable
floor liner.
BREWING SYSTEM
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Award winning continuous flow brewing system.
Brewing with filter paper to maximize the quality of each drink
Adjustable steep times.
Cup by cup brewer, ensuring every cup is freshly made.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CAPACITIES
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Ground coffee, regular or decaf........................................................... 5 lbs.
Freeze-dry coffee, regular or decaf...................................................... 2 lbs.
Hot chocolate .....................................................................................10 lbs.
Whitener .........................................................................................4 1/2 lbs.
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Standard:
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Optional:
SELECTIONS
8 variable product selections:
2 drink sizes of the following:
Coffee, Decaf Coffee, Blended Coffee, Espresso,
Mochaspresso®, Hot Chocolate, International Coffee, and
Hot Water
8 variable product selections:
2 drink sizes of any of the above plus Coffee with whitener,
Cafe' Mocha, Cappuccino, Caffe' Latte, and others
DIMENSIONS
MACHINE
• Height ..................................................................................................... 34"
• Width .................................................................................................22 1/2"
• Depth..................................................................................................22 5/8"
OPTIONAL BASE CABINET
• Height ....................................................30" including 6" skirt and levelers
• Width .................................................................................................22 1/2"
• Depth..................................................................................................22 5/8"
WATER TANK
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Capacity ...................................................................................... 2.2 gallons
Water Valves ......................................................... Up to 5 hot water valves
Domestic Heating Element .....................................1250 watts @ 115 VAC
International Heating Element................................2000 watts @ 230 VAC
WEIGHT
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Machine ........................................................................................... 165 lbs.
Optional Base Cabinet ..................................................................... 105 lbs.
POWER REQUIREMENTS
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Domestic and Canada ...........................115 VAC / 60 Hz - 15 Amp Circuit
International ......................................... 230 VAC / 50 Hz - 10 Amp Circuit
INDOOR USE ONLY
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EXTERNAL VIEW
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EXTERNAL VIEW USAGE KEY
The items on the previous page are identified as follows:
ITEM
NUMBER
1
DEFINITION
Coin insert and Coin return button
2
Message display
3
Drink selection menu
4
Selection and programming keypad
5
Coin return cup
6
Pull-out cup dispenser
7
Base cabinet door
8
Pull-out condiment tray
9
Carafe platform and liquid drain tray
10
Cup platform
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INTERNAL VIEW
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INTERNAL VIEW USAGE KEY
The items on the previous page are identified as follows:
ITEM
NUMBER
DEFINITION
1
Inlet water valves
2
Water filter assembly
3
Brewer
4
Coffee grounds pail
5
Liquid drain tray
6
Filter paper housing
7
Door switch
8
Coffee whipper
9
Ingredient whippers
10
Mixing bowls
11
Soluble product canister
12
Chocolate ingredient canister
13
Decaf canister
14
Coffee canister
15
Hinged lid (opens for easy product loading)
16
Water tank
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
POWER SUPPLY
Ensure the machine has its own electrical circuit. NOTE - DOMESTIC UNITS The internal 4-amp fuse ONLY protects the electronics inside the machine. The
unit is provided with a 10 foot power cord and a polarized grounded plug. Use
only a polarized grounded receptacle. Always follow national and local codes.
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Domestic and Canada ...........................115 VAC / 60 Hz - 15 Amp Circuit
International ......................................... 230 VAC / 50 Hz - 10 Amp Circuit
WATER SUPPLY
The best type of water for coffee brewing is normal tap water, filtered to remove
sediment, dirt, and chlorine. National Vendors recommends the Hydrolife Brand
or the Everpure Brand - Model “OCS” filter products to provide the proper level
of filtration. If your location has chemically softened water, do one of the following:
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Install a non-softened water supply line to the machine location.
Contact your local water filter supplier for information and suggestions.
Use a bottled water source with the optional electric water pump.
An easily accessible shut off valve up stream of the machine is highly recommended. This will simplify installation of the unit. Always follow national and
local codes.
WATER PRESSURE
• Maximum water pressure ..................................................................80 PSI
• Minimum water pressure ...................................................................20 PSI
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CLEARANCES
The power cord and water connections are on the back of the unit. Three (3)
inches of clearance is recommended at the back of the machine. Each side of the
unit should have at least six (6) inches of clearance. This will allow for key
access on one side and door swing on the other.
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MACHINE INSTALLATION
To protect property and provide safety, installation should be
completed by properly trained personnel, and in accordance
with local and national codes.
This single cup brewer may be installed on a counter top or on the optional factory supplied base. If the base option is used follow the instructions included
with it.
COUNTER TOP INSTALLATION
The unit provides three levels of counter top installation.
SET AND SEAL
Locate the unit, make the water connection, plug in the unit, and seal the coffee
maker to the counter top with the gasket provided.
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FASTEN AND SEAL
Before beginning this procedure verify both clearance and accessibility from
beneath the counter top.
Field Supplied Parts
Four (4) 5/16" thread-cutting screws.
Four (4) 5/16" flat washers.
Correct Screw Length
With the washer installed the remaing thread will equal the counter thickness
plus 7/16".
Layout the machine location and mark locations of the four holes. Drill using a
1/2" bit. Secure the unit to the counter top with the thread-cuttng screws. Do not
overtighten, or the plastic nuts in the machine base may be stripped. (It may be
easier to connect the water line before securing the unit to the counter top.)
INSTALL AND SEAL
Before beginning this procedure verify both clearance and accessibility from
beneath the counter top. This option allows the use of a large waste grounds pail
located under the counter top. Remove the floor liner from the bottom of the
unit. Take out the two screws holding the cover plate. Cut a hole corresponding
to the opening in the bottom of the unit in the floor liner.
Field Supplied Parts
Four (4) 5/16" thread-cutting screws.
Four (4) 5/16" flat washers.
Correct Screw Length
With the washer installed the remaing thread will equal the counter thickness
plus 7/16".
Layout the machine location; then mark locations of the four fastening holes, and
a 3 3/4" by 6 3/4" cutout. Drill the holes using a 1/2" bit and make the cutout.
Secure the unit to the counter top with the thread-cuttng screws. Do not overtighten, or the plastic nuts in the machine base may be stripped. (It may be easier
to connect the water line before securing the unit to the counter top.)
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WATER LINE CONNECTIONS
FACTORY AND FIELD SUPPLIED PARTS
The water inlet on the unit comes from the factory with a 1/4" female compression fitting. The factory also ship an addapter for use with a 3/8" line, as illustrated below. All other components are field supplied. When code permits the
use of plastic tubing, use appropriate inserts at the connections to prevent collapse.
FLUSHING LINES
Water lines should be flushed before connecting to the machine. This will prevent sediment from entering the unit.
SEALING THE UNIT TO THE COUNTER TOP
FACTORY AND FIELD SUPPLIED PARTS
Sealing strip is supplied by the factory. Remove the paper back from a section of
the strip and apply to the base. Work a length at a time going completely around
the base of the unit. Seal must contact both the unit and the counter top. No
other parts are needed for this operation.
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INSTALL WATER FILTER
HYDROLIFE BRAND...
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EVERPURE BRAND...
TO INSTALL FILTER:
1. ALIGN RAISED RIB ON
FILTER CARTRIDGE WITH
MATING SLOT IN HEAD
ASSEMBLY.
3. OPEN THE WATER SHUT-OFF
VALVE BY PUSHING THE
HANDLE TO THE HORIZONTICAL
POSITION AS SHOWN BELOW.
2. FIRMLY INSERT FILTER
CARTRIDGE INTO HEAD
ASSEMBLY AND ROTATE
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
1/4 TURN TO THE STOP.
TO REMOVE FILTER:
1. CLOSE THE WATER SHUT-OFF
VALVE BY LIFTING THE HANDLE
TO THE VERTICAL POSITION AS
SHOWN BELOW.
2. ROTATE THE FILTER
CLOCKWISE AND PULL
DOWN AS SHOWN.
WATER SHUT-OFF
VALVE HANDLE
WATER SHUT-OFF
VALVE HANDLE
EVERPURE
FILTER HEAD
ASSEMBLY
EVERPURE
FILTER HEAD
ASSEMBLY
RAISED
RIB
EVERPURE
FILTER
CARTRIDGE
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INSTALL FILTER PAPER
LOAD THE FILTER PAPER HOUSING...
1.
2.
3.
Turn the fastener 1/4 turn counterclockwise and remove the filter paper cover.
Insert filter paper in the filter paper housing as shown.
Feed the paper out of the housing as shown by the arrows molded into the
back wall of the filter paper housing.
4.
Lift up the limit switch and feed the paper past it as shown. Release the limit
switch.
Replace the cover.
5.
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FEED PAPER THROUGH THE BREWER...
1.
Hold the idler roller axle up out of the way as shown.
2.
Route the paper under the brewer cylinder and the idler rollers.
3.
Release the idler roller axle, capturing the filter paper.
4.
Route the paper into the grounds bucket. For machines with base cabinets:
Feed filter paper through the upper bucket into the lower grounds bucket.
FILTER PAPER
HOUSING ASSY
BREWER
CYLINDER
CYLINDER
CARRIER
FILTER
PAPER
IDLER
ROLLER
AXLE
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SET UP THE COIN MECHANISM
(OPTIONAL)
NOTE
Only the following coin mechanisms will function with your
machine, and your machine must be configured for the specific
type of coin mechanism you are using:
COINCO 9302-GX MDB
COINCO 9302-LF
COINCO USD-G701 MDB
CONLUX USLZ-001 MDB
MARS TRC6010-XV
MARS TRC6512 MDB
MARS VN4510 MDB
LOADING THE COIN MECHANISM.
1.
Open the cabinet door.
2.
Insert coins into their respective tubes until each tube has been filled.
3.
Inspect the tubes for shingled coins and correct if necessary.
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SET UP THE MENU INSERTS
Two sets of menu inserts are included with your machine. One set is used in
machines where two different drink sizes are available; the other is used when
only one drink size is offered..
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This diagram shows you where each of the menu inserts are used. Blank inserts
are provided in the event that all selections are not sold. Refer to "Key Mapping/
Drink Sizes" to verify the order in which these inserts will appear on the menu.
NOTE: Shown as a two cup-size machine.
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SWITCHES
DOOR SWITCH
The door switch has two positions:
DOOR OPEN
Access to programming modes is provided when the door is
open.
DOOR
CLOSED
Machine returns to the vending mode.
MAIN POWER SWITCH
The main power switch turns off the machine. The main power switch should be
turned off when servicing any AC line voltage component.
WHEN SERVICING ANY COMPONENTS WITHIN THE
POWER PANEL ASSEMBLY, ALWAYS UNPLUG THE
MACHINE FROM THE WALL RECEPTACLE
.
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LOAD PRODUCTS
FILLING CANISTERS
1.
Flip open the machine lid to gain access to the product canisters.
2.
Open each canister lid and carefully pour product into the canister.
3.
Close or replace each canister lid after filling.
INSTALLING CANISTERS
1.
Place the canister in position as shown.
2.
Engage the pins on the motor shaft with the slots in the canister coupler.
3.
Fit tabs on the front canister feet into the slots on the canister shelf.
4.
To ensure canister is correctly engaged with the rear mounting bracket, gently push down on the front edge of the canister lid.
5.
Replace stainless steel product chutes.
PINS ON MOTOR
SHAFT MUST ENGAGE
SLOTS IN CANISTER
COUPLER
FILL
CANISTER
CANISTER
SHELF
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FILL THE WATER TANK
For safety purposes, the water inlet valve is not allowed to operate with the tank
water level in the low condition for more than one minute. After that, TANK
ERR is shown in the display if the tank is not filled to its proper level. To clear
that error, or to initially fill the water tank (which takes more than 1 minute), proceed as follows:
a. Ensure the machine is connected to its power source and the switch is
ON. Press TANK FILL on the service keypad, or press
, then
. The display shows the water tank temperature.
b.
Press
. The display shows:
c.
Press
, then
TANK.FILL.
. The display shows:
FILLING. This clears
any tank error and starts filling the tank, if necessary. When the tank is
full, the display returns to TANK.FILL.
IMPORTANT
Closing the door or otherwise actuating the door
switch terminates programming and returns the
machine to the vending mode, ending the TANK
FILLING procedure. In addition, leaving this function by pressing
twice will stop the tank from
filling.
d.
If it is taking longer than 6 minutes to fill the tank AND THERE ARE
NO LEAKS, you may see TANK ERR in the diagnostic list again. Just
repeat steps a - c after making sure there are no other problems, such as
a restriction in the water inlet line or a clogged water filter.
NOTE
The heater will not function until the tank is full. The normal
heat up time to reach operating temperature is 45 minutes.
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CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS
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CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS USAGE KEY
The items on the previous page are identified as follows:
ITEM
NUMBER
DEFINITION
1
Display
2
Drink size selection keys
3
Drink selection keys
4
“Extra strong” selection keys
5
“Whipped drink” selection keys
6
Carafe selection keys
7
Carafe instruction insert
8
“Extras” selection insert
9
Menu inserts
10
Instruction insert
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PROGRAMMING
Programming your machine is straightforward and easy to do. Before you get
started, take some time to look over these steps.
INITIAL STEPS
1.
Open the door.
2.
You generally enter a function by pressing
, followed by a number
key. For example, to enter the SERVICE mode you press
, then
.
INSIDE A FUNCTION
Pressing
moves you forward through all the different programming
screens. There is no way to move backwards, so if you have to go back to a previous screen, just press
until that screen shows up again. If you can
choose between two or more options in a function, pressing
switches
between the options.
LEAVING A FUNCTION
There are two ways to leave a function:
1.
Press
twice, or press and release the door switch. This returns you to
the standby message.
2.
Press
and the number key for another function to go directly there.
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SUPERVISOR MODE
Your machine is equipped with a special "Supervisor" mode. A supervisor is
allowed access to all programming functions without needing a carafe key. In
addition, the supervisor can prevent anyone without the supervisor code from
accessing any or all programming functions.
ENTER SUPERVISOR MODE
1.
Make sure the door is open and the machine is in the "ready" mode (not
already in a programming function).
2.
Press
and
. The display shows CODE - - -.
NOTE
All machines have a factory default supervisor code of 000.
3.
Enter your 3-digit code. You have 6 seconds to enter your supervisor code
before the screen goes back to the previous display. If you enter the wrong
code, the previous display is shown. If you successfully enter the code, the
display shows SUPERVISOR one time. You can now access all programming functions.
4.
To leave Supervisor mode, shut the door.
VIEW OR CHANGE THE SUPERVISOR CODE
1.
Enter the SUPERVISOR mode as instructed above.
2.
Enter the CONFIGURATION mode by pressing
3.
Press
and
.
to advance through the selections until the display shows
CODE XXX. (XXX is the current Supervisor code number.)
4.
Use the number keys to enter a new code number. Note that your new number is followed by a decimal point. This decimal point will remain in the
display until you have "locked in" your new code. This helps to prevent mistakes.
5.
Press
and
to lock in the new code number. The decimal is
now gone from the display. If you don’t lock in your new code number, the
old number is still active.
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VIEW OR CHANGE THE CARAFE CODE
A carafe code means that a code must be entered before a carafe can be dispensed.
1.
Enter the SUPERVISOR mode as instructed above.
2.
Enter the CONFIGURATION mode by pressing
3.
Press
and
.
to advance through the selections until the display shows
CARAFE XXX. (XXX is the current carafe code number.)
4.
Use the number keys to enter a new code number. Note that your new number is followed by a decimal point. This decimal point will remain in the
display until you have "locked in" your new code. This helps to prevent mistakes.
5.
Press
and
to lock in the new code number. The decimal is
now gone from the display. If you don’t lock in your new code number, the
old number is still active.
NOTE
Entering a code of 000 will disable the carafe code protection
and allows any user to dispense carafes.
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PROTECT PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS
1.
Enter the SUPERVISOR mode as instructed above.
2.
Enter the CONFIGURATION mode by pressing
3.
Press
and
.
to advance through the selections until the display shows
PROTECT. (This display only lasts for a short time, then it is replaced by
- - - - - - - -. The dashes are placeholders for the nine programming functions,
and will be replaced by numbers representing which functions you have protected (prevented others from using).
4.
Press any or all of the following keys to protect its corresponding function
from unauthorized access:
= OR
REG. & LG. DRINKS
= SETUP
= NOT USED
= VIEW DATA COUNTERS
= PAY COINS
= ASSIGN PRICES
= TEST MACHINE
= SET OPTIONS
= VIEW ERRORS
SPECIAL NOTES:
a.
Functions 1 and 2 (selection setup) both activate the 1 in the display.
b.
Function 3 (data recall) has an additional choice. Pressing
once
causes a plus sign to be displayed. This means that others can still view
sales data, but they cannot clear it. Pressing
a second time dis-
plays a 3, and prevents all access.
5.
The display shows which functions are protected. For example, 1 + 4 5 - 7 - . means that only the supervisor can set up drinks, clear data, change price
lines, set options, and pay out coins.
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6.
Observe that there is a decimal point trailing the above example. This means
that you have not "locked in" these items as yet. Press
and
to lock in the protected functions. The decimal is now gone from the display. If you don’t lock in these numbers, the old numbers (if any) are still
active.
CONFIGURE YOUR MACHINE
1.
Press
and
to enter the CONFIGURATION mode. Press
to advance through the following selections:
FREE VEND
1.
Press
to switch between FREE ALL (all selections are free), FREE OFF
(no selections are free).
LANGUAGE
1.
You may change the customer display language if you wish. Press
until your language is displayed:
ESPANOL.
ENGLISH, DEUTSCH, FRANCAIS, or
WATER TANK TEMPERATURE DISPLAY UNITS
1.
You can choose your water tank temperature to be displayed in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. Press
to switch between UNITS OF and UNITS OC.
COIN MECHANISM SETUP
1.
Press
to switch between NO MECH,
MDB MECH, DUMB MECH, or
EXEC MECH.
CARD READER SETUP
1.
Press
to switch between NO CARD,
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WATER TANK TEMPERATURE SETPOINT
1.
Use the number keys to change the water tank temperature setpoint. Vending will be inhibited if the tank temperature falls more than 20° below the
setpoint. This feature preserves the quality of the drink served to the customer.
SETPOINT
The water tank heater tries to maintain a constant
temperature, much like a household thermostat. This
temperature is called the setpoint. The actual water
temperature fluctuates from time to time, because
cold water will enter the tank after a vend and time is
needed to heat that water up to the setpoint.
The valid range of temperature setpoints is from 149° F(65° C) to 205° F (96° C).
GROUNDS PAIL SAFETY FEATURE
Each cup of brewed coffee produces waste grounds and filter paper which
are automatically dumped into a grounds pail. To prevent the pail from overflowing, the machine's computer counts the number of cups brewed and
shuts the brewer function off after 80 cups have been brewed. This factory
set value of 80 can be changed to any number between 5 and 995 in increments of 5. A setting of 0 will disable this function, allowing an overflow
problem. The higher settings are used with a base cabinet.
NOTE
Entering a zero (0) will disable this function, causing a potential overflow problem.
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CONFIGURATION CODES
The configuration codes (CONF XYZ) must agree with the physical configuration
of your machine. Set the X, Y, and Z codes according to the following tables:
Whipper Configuration
ENTER FOR
(X)
DEFINITION
1
Whip drinks only when
2
Whip drinks unless
is pressed
is pressed
NOTE
If you program the whipper option ON for a drink, the button
has no effect (see SET UP SELECTIONS).
CANISTER NO.1
CANISTER NO.2
CANISTER NO.3
Whitener Configuration
ENTER FOR
(Y)
1
2
DEFINITION
No whitener (whitener not available)
Whitener is used (whitener is available)
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Machine Configuration
ENTER FOR
(Z)
1
2
3
All Freeze Dry
Single Fresh Brew - Made from product in canister #1
INVALID - NOT USED
Dual Fresh Brew - Made from products in canisters #1 and
#2
4
Press
DEFINITION
, then
to lock in this setting.
KEY MAPPING/DRINK RECIPES
The display will show KEY MAP for a moment, then the display shows:
XXXXXXXX
The eight "X"s are occupying positions representing the buttons numbered 3
through 0:
Notice that the eight characters are shown as boxes. This is because each selection button is represented by a position in the display, but any number between 0
and 9 or any letter between A and L can be in that position. All this allows you to
take advantage of a very flexible custom menu setup.
The keymap is used to choose which recipes will be assigned to which keys. To
assign a recipe to a key, press the intended key repeatedly until the number/letter
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of the desired recipe appears. Repeat this for all keys. When the keymap is satisfactory, save the new map by pressing
and
.
Note that there are more possible recipes than keys. Because of this and other
factors, it is important to reload the timers after altering the keymap, even if only
the order of recipes was changed. This may be done manually or by using the
default load screen following the keymap screen.
If any recipes are not possible with the current configuration, that recipe letter
will be skipped on the keymap screen.
Each number between 0 and 9 or letter between A and O represents a selection.
All current recipes are listed below, along with any restrictions which may
accompany them. Note that recipes 0 - 9 can be made with all machines, but recipes A - K are only available with machines configured for whitener.
Recipes
CODE
DEFINITION
0
1
2
No selection is assigned to this button.
Coffee (or Tea) made from canister #1
Decaf coffee made from canister # 2
Blend - A percentage only mix of coffee and decaf coffee. Both coffee and decaf must be configured for this to work.
Espresso #1 - A short throw from canister #1. Timers are fully programmable.
Espresso #2 - A short throw from canister #2. Timers are fully programmable.
Mochaspresso® #1 - A percentage only mix of coffee and hot chocolate. Both coffee and chocolate must be configured for this to work.
Mochaspresso® #2 - A percentage only mix of decaf coffee and hot
chocolate. Both decaf coffee and chocolate must be configured for
this to work. This drink is not possible if the machine is configured
for whitener.
Hot chocolate made from canister #3.
Water - Hot water only
Coffee with whitener - Made from canister #1 plus whitener.
Reserved for future recipes.
Reserved for future recipes.
Espresso with whitener #1 - A short throw from canister #1 plus
whitener. Timers are fully programmable.
Reserved for future recipes.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
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Recipes (Continued)
CODE
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
DEFINITION
CafÈ Mocha - Made from canisters #1 and #3 (coffee and hot chocolate) plus whitener. Includes two percentages for setting approximate times for whitener and hot chocolate. Timers are fully
programmable.
Cappuccino #1 - A mix of coffee and heavy whitener. Includes a
percentage for setting approximate times. All timers are fully programmable.
Reserved for future recipes.
Caffé Latte #1 - Same as Cappuccino #1 except whipped and layered
differently.
Reserved for future recipes.
Hot whitener - Made from whitener and hot water.
A mix of canisters 1 and 4
A mix of canisters 2 and 4
A mix of canisters 3 and 4
Soluble product from canister 4
You have the option of programming any button to vend any one of these selections! For example, you're not vending Mochaspresso® or Hot Chocolate, and
you don't want two empty spaces between Espresso and Hot Water. Do this:
a. Set up your menu inserts as shown previously, with Hot Water opposite
button 7, and the two blank inserts opposite buttons 8 and 9.
b. Go to the KEY MAP display as explained previously.
c. Press the number corresponding to the selection you are vending from
button 3. In this case, you are vending coffee (the product in the right
canister), number 1.
d. Press the number corresponding to the selection you are vending from
button 4. In this case, you are vending decaf (the product in the middle
canister), number 2.
e. Repeat this procedure for buttons 5 and 6.
f. Press the number corresponding to the selection you are vending from
button 7. In this case, you are vending hot water, number 9.
g.
Since you are not vending anything from buttons 8 and 9, press
twice. The display should now look like this: .1234900.
h.
Press
, then
i.
Press
twice to leave the CONFIGURATION mode at any time.
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FOR EXAMPLE...
Here are two examples based on the settings shown previously. The menu
insert configuration on the left represents a fully featured machine with
Mochaspresso® and Hot Chocolate. The menu inserts on the right show a
machine which does not vend Hot Chocolate or Mochaspresso®, and utilizes
the blank inserts. More complicated arrangements can be built by mixing the
order of the menu inserts and the key mapping. The choice is up to you
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FACTORY DEFAULTS AND DRINK SIZES
Your machine is pre-loaded with factory default times for dispensing 8¼ oz and
12 oz drinks. To change one or both drink sizes, or to dispense one drink size
only, use the following procedure:
1.
Set drink sizes:
The display will show DEFAULTS for a moment, then you will see something
like this:
8 .OZ. 12
The number on the left represents the size of a regular drink. In this example, an 8 ounce drink. You can change the drink size by pressing
until the desired size is displayed. Your choices are: 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12,
and ---. The number on the right represents the size of a large drink (12
ounces in this example). You can change the drink size by pressing
until the desired size is displayed.
2.
Enter defaults for one drink size only:
CAUTION THIS WILL ERASE ANY CUSTOM DISPENSE TIMES YOU
HAVE ESTABLISHED FOR ALL SELECTIONS IN THIS SIZE!!
a. Lock out the size (regular or large) you DO NOT want to enter defaults
for by setting it to ---.
NOTE
This setting only inhibits loading defaults for this size. It
WILL NOT inhibit this cup size from vending.
b.
Press
and
. When the transfer is finished, the display
shows FINISHED.
3.
Enter defaults for both drink sizes at one time:
CAUTION THIS WILL ERASE ANY CUSTOM DISPENSE TIMES YOU
HAVE ESTABLISHED FOR ALL SELECTIONS!!
a. Make sure both selections display the desired drink size.
b.
Press
and
. When the transfer is finished, the display
shows FINISHED.
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4.
The values entered at this display also control the single or dual size setting
for the machine. If both sizes are the same (8 oz 8 oz) then the machine will
vend only regular drinks. If different sizes are selected (8 oz 12 oz) the
machine will vend regular and large sizes.
FILTER PAPER ADVANCE DELAY TIME
After a vend, the filter paper advances, but the wet part of the paper remains in
contact with the brewer. If too much time passes between vends, this wet
paper may dry and stick to the brewer, causing problems. To advance the
paper before this happens, use the following procedure:
1.
The display shows ADV. XXX. "XXX" is the time (in minutes) between a
vend and when the filter paper advances one more time.
2.
Using the number keys, enter the desired time. Entering a zero (0) will disable this feature.
NOTE
Since filter paper drying times will vary depending upon your
location, you should experiment with different times. Advancing the paper too soon will waste paper; advancing it too late
will allow it to stick to the brewer.
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SET PRICES FOR PRICE LINES
Prices are set for selections in two steps: 1) A price is set for a price line, then 2)
A price line is assigned to the selection.
TIME SAVING TIP
When you have more than one selection with the
same price, you can save time by assigning the
same price line to each of those selections. For
example, the 1.3, 1.4, and 1.5 selections are all
assigned to a price line number that is priced at
$0.45. Now the price goes up to $0.50. Instead
of changing each individual price, you just
change the price of the price line number
assigned to those three selections. A total of 16
different price lines are available for multiple
drink pricing.
1.
Open the door and insert your key in the carafe key switch. Turn the key 90°
clockwise to the ON position.
2.
Press
3.
The display shows: PR.1 X.XX. X.XX is the price that is currently assigned
to PRICE LINE NUMBER 1. You can change this by entering a new price
, then
to enter the PRICE LINE MODE.
with the number keys. For example, enter
, then
. You have
assigned a price of 35 cents to that price line number. Your display will now
show: PR.1 .35.
4.
Press
to display the remaining seven price line numbers. Repeat
step 3 until all desired price line numbers are set up.
5.
Press
twice to leave the PRICE LINE MODE.
IMPORTANT
After prices have been set for each of the price lines, you must
assign a price line to each selection. See SET UP SELECTIONS in the following section.
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SET UP SELECTIONS
1.
Open the door and insert your key in the carafe key switch. Turn the key 90°
clockwise to the ON position.
2.
To set up a regular size drink, press
, then
, followed by the
selection number. To set up a large size drink, press
, then
,
followed by the selection number.
3.
Press
to scroll through the settings for the current selection. The
price line assignment, timer codes, definitions, allowable range, and increments are shown in the table on the next page.
NOTE: Some of the codes may not show up, depending upon
machine configuration and the type of product being set up.
4.
You can change the displayed settings by pressing the appropriate number
keys. For example, let's set up your
selection. This selection
is typically hot chocolate, so some of the codes and options will not show up.
a.
The display shows:
18.$ PR.5. This means that the selection is cur-
rently assigned price line number 5. Press
. You have reas-
signed price line number 3 to the selection, and your display now
shows: 18.$ PR.3.
b.
Press
. The display shows: 18.A
8.25. This means that the
water time for the selection is currently 8.25 seconds. Enter
. You have increased the water time to 8.50
seconds, and your display now shows: 18.A
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To check water settings, first disconnect the water line leading from the water valve
to the brew cylinder. Collect the water for measurement at the free end of the water
line in a measuring cup or graduated cylinder. BE CAREFUL OF THE HOT
WATER!!!! Press
, then
. The water valve opens, and you can mea-
sure the dispensed water volume with a graduated cylinder. Refer to the water volume chart in Appendix C.
NOTE
To disable this or any other individual drink selection, enter a
zero for the water time.
CODE
$
A
B
B+
C
C+
DEFINITION
RANGE
INCREMENT
Price line assignment
NOTE
Before assigning a price line to a
selection, set the prices for each 1 - 8 (8 prices)
N/A
of the price lines. See SET
PRICES FOR PRICE LINES in
the previous section.
0 - 99.95 seconds
NOTE
Time must be greater
than 0, or selection is
0.05 second
disabled. To disable
Water dispense time.
steps
this or any other individual drink selection, enter a zero for
the water time.
0.05 second
Product dispense time.
0 - 12.75 seconds
steps
Extra strong product dispense
0.05 second
time (freeze dried and fresh
0 - 12.75 seconds
steps
brewed).
Steep time (brewed drinks only) 0 - 99.5 seconds
0.5 second steps
Total steep time for an extra
0 - 99.5 seconds
0.5 second steps
strong brewed drink
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CODE
D
E
F
F+
G
H
*
c.
DEFINITION
RANGE
INCREMENT
0 - 99.5 seconds
NOTE
Must be greater than
0.5 second steps
Pump time (brewed drinks only)
twice the water time,
or selection is inhibited.
0.05 second
Whitener product dispense time 0 - 12.75 seconds
steps
0.05 second
Second product dispense time
0 - 12.75 seconds
steps
0.05 second
Extra strong second product dis0 - 12.75 seconds
steps
pense time.
First product percentage (%
decaf coffee to regular coffee, %
5% - 95%
1% steps
chocolate to coffee, or % whitener to coffee)
Second product percentage (%
chocolate to coffee) for Cafe’
5% - 95%
1% steps
Mocha.
Selections always whipped (ON)
ON or OPT
N/A
or optionally whipped (OPT)
Press
. The display shows: 18.B
4.65. This means that the prod-
uct dispense time is currently 4.65 seconds.
Enter
. You have reduced the product dispense
time to 4.45 seconds, and your display now shows:
18.B 4.45.
To check water settings, hold a container under the canister spout.
Press
, then
. The canister motor will run and you
can measure the dispensed product using a suitable gram-measuring scale or balance.
d.
Press
. The display shows: 18.B+
4.65. This means that the
extra-strong dispense time for hot chocolate is currently 4.65 seconds.
You want to leave this time alone, so don’t enter anything.
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e.
Press
. The display shows: 18.*
late is always whipped. Press
ON. This means that hot choco-
. The display now shows:
18.* OPT, and the customer has to press
to get a cup of whipped
hot chocolate.
f.
Press
. The display shows: 18.$ PR.3. This means you have fin-
ished with the setup for this selection. Other selections will have more
options, such as ground coffee, but they are handled in the same way.
5.
Press twice to exit the SETUP mode.
6.
If your machine is configured with whitener, you have the capability of dispensing additional drinks, including Cafe’ Mocha, Cappuccino, and Caffe’
Latte. These new drinks allow for full control over the timers. In addition,
there is a percentage screen which allows you to compute approximate times
for these drinks as a "starting point" for setup.
When computing new times for Café Mocha, Cappuccino, and Caffè Latte,
the program uses times from existing coffee, hot whitener, and hot chocolate
drinks (base drinks) if they are available. If those drinks do not exist, then
standard default times will be used in the computation. For the most accurate computed times, set up the "base" drinks prior to the multi-product recipes.
To use this feature, execute the setup selection sequence for the key programmed to Café Mocha, Cappuccino, and Caffè Latte. Step down to the
appropriate percentage code "G". "G" is used for all three drinks; "H" is
only used for Café Mocha. Enter the desired percentage(s), then press
Press
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and
. The new times are then computed and entered.
repeatedly to step down and view the new times.
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SETTING TIME AND DATE
1.
Open the door.
2.
Enter TIME/DATE mode by pressing
followed by 6. The display
shows SET - 4:29 PM. (The currently set time is 4:29 in the afternoon.) The
colon will be flashing to indicate a live display.
3.
Enter the correct time by pressing the number keys. While entering a new
time, the colon will stop flashing to indicate the clock is being changed.
4.
Select AM, PM, or 24-hour mode by pressing
until your choice is
displayed.
5.
To set the date, press
the date, press
and proceed to step 6. If you don’t want to set
twice to exit the function. Either keypress will lock in
the time you have set.
6.
The display shows SET - 8/24/99. (The currently set date is August 24,
1999.)
7.
Enter the correct date using the number keys.
8.
To select between the U.S. date format (mm/dd/yy) and the European date
format (dd-mm-yy), press
9.
until your choice is displayed.
Your new date is saved as soon as it is entered. If you accidently enter an
invalid date, the display will return to the original date.
10. Press
twice to exit the function.
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OPERATION
MAKE A SINGLE DRINK
1.
Place a cup or mug on the cup platform.
2.
Press
to select a regular size drink, or
to select a large size
drink.
3.
Press the desired selection. For example, press
in canister #1. For extra strong, press
press
to select the product
.To whip your drink,
.
MAKING A CARAFE
Any valid drink shown on the menu may be served into a carafe as follows:
1.
Place your carafe on the carafe platform. (This will push the cup platform
inside the machine and out of your way.)
2.
Press
. The display shows either:
CUPS 1 = No code is required to vend a carafe; continue with step 3.
- OR -
CODE XXX = A code is required to vend a carafe; enter it now and continue with step 3.
3.
Continue pressing
until the number of cups your carafe will contain is
displayed.
HELPFUL HINT:
If, for example, your machine is set up to vend 8-ounce regular
drinks and 12-ounce large drinks, a 60-ounce carafe will fill up faster
if you select five large drinks instead of seven regular drinks.
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4.
Press
or
, then your selection. The display shows the cup
number counting down. If you decide you don’t want as much in your carafe
as you first selected, you may press
at any time to stop. Dispensing
stops after the current cup is complete.
5.
When the last cup has vended, the machine goes back to the single vend
mode. To fill another carafe, return to step 1.
6.
If your machine has a coin mechanism, deposit at least enough money to
pay the cost of the number of cups you are going to vend. If you have
change coming, the machine will pay the change after the last cup is vended.
If you didn’t deposit enough money, the machine will not vend. You must
deposit sufficient credit to cover the number of cups requested.
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SCROLLING MESSAGES
When certain errors occur, you will see a message scrolling on the display. These
messages call attention to conditions which can be remedied by someone at the
location without the need of a service technician. The following table lists the
message, what can be done about it, and a reference to the corresponding error
message in the FAULT ISOLATION section.
DISPLAY
NO FILTER PAPER
DRAIN TRAY IS
FULL
GROUNDS PAIL IS
FULL
COLD WATER - TRY
LATER
RESET THE
BREWER
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CORRECTIVE ACTION
Add filter paper (if empty). Check to
see that the paper is properly positioned under the empty switch and
under the paper rollers.
The drain tray is filled with liquids empty the tray. If the tray is empty, the
float is most likely resting on the platform and not hanging in the float well.
Position the float so it hangs freely in
the well. It will slightly touch the bottom of the drain tray.
Empty the coffee grounds pail and
reset the pail count (see MAINTENANCE).
Check for leaks, pinched water line,
closed water valve, or a closed water
filter valve. If these are ok, perform
the procedures given in FILL WATER
TANK.
The brewer is in the CLAMP position. Cycle the brewer (see Test
Brewer Operation in the MAINTENANCE section).
NOTE
The machine will attempt to pump any
water out of the brewer before it
unclamps.
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CORRESPONDS
TO...
NO PAPER
TRAY.FULL
PAIL.FULL
LOW TEMP
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DISPLAY
CORRECTIVE ACTION
This display occurs when selections
are locked out. Perform the Lock Out
Selections procedure in the MAINTENANCE section to unlock selections
as appropriate. If all selections are
locked out the display will read ALL
SELECTIONS LOCKED OUT.
MAKE ANOTHER
SELECTION
CORRESPONDS
TO...
LOCKED
OTHER PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The display is not lit.
Check to see if the machine is plugged into
the wall receptacle.
The unit will not take money.
Is the unit on free vend? To check, perform
the steps given in SET UP CONFIGURATION. If the machine is on free vend, turn
free vend off.
Some keys will not work in
the programming mode.
You are not authorized to use these functions. Contact your supervisor.
1.
Open the door.
2.
Either:
Press
. If there are no faults on the machine, -NO ERR- is displayed.
If a fault is displayed, continue pressing
to view all faults. The
standby message is displayed following the last fault.
- OR Press
, then
to see the list of faults. If there are no faults on the
machine, -NO ERR- is displayed. Possible faults are as follows:
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DISPLAY
DEFINITION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
CONF.ERR
Configuration error
Check configuration code is correct
TRAY.FULL
Drain tray is full
Empty drain tray, ensure switch is
not sticking
PAIL.FULL
Grounds pail is full;
pail count has been
reached
Empty grounds pail, reset counter
NO PAPER
No filter paper
LOW TEMP
SENSOR
TANK ERR
BREW ERR
BREW JAM
WHIP 123
NO MECH
NO.BREWER
ROM ERR
3.
Install more filter paper, make sure
paper is properly fed through switch
Let water reach proper operating
Low water temperature temperature, make sure heater is
working
Temperature sensor has Check harnessing from PCB to float
failed
assembly, change float assembly
Tank failed to be filled/ Check for leaks, reset error and allow
refilled
tank to continue filling
Brewer is in incorrect
Run brewer test
position
Brewer has jammed
Free brewer jam
Whipper has jammed
Free whipper jam, replace whipper
Coin mech has a fault,
controller not communicating with coin
mech
Machine detected a
missing or malfunctioning brewer
EPROM checksum
failed
Replace coin mech, check wiring
Check harnessing and brewer switch
assembly
Replace the EPROM or check the
controller
Take the appropriate corrective action.
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SERVICE KEYPAD
The service keypad gives you easy one-push access to certain troubleshooting
and maintenance functions. Press the appropriate key to do the following:
BREW RINSE.......... Rinses the brewer. “RINSE BREWER” on page 57
PAPER ADVANCE..Runs the brewer and advances the filter paper (helpful
while loading paper to verify proper operation). “TEST
BREWER OPERATION” on page 57
BOWL RINSE ......... Rinses the mixing bowl(s). “RINSE MIXING BOWL” on
page 57
PAIL RESET............Resets the grounds pail count to zero. “CLEAR
GROUNDS PAIL COUNT” on page 56
SERVICE .................Press once to view the water tank temperature (tank temperature is displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius,
depending upon the configuration setting). “WATER
TANK TEMPERATURE DISPLAY” on page 49 Press
twice to view the input switch status. “INPUT SWITCH
TESTS” on page 51.
TANK FILL ............. Fills the water tank and/or clears a TANK ERR message.
“WATER TANK FILL” on page 49
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TESTING
You can check out certain areas of your machine’s operation. Some frequently
used functions are available with one keypress. See the SERVICE KEYPAD section for more information:
1.
Insert your key in the carafe key switch and turn it 90° clockwise to the ON
position.
2.
Press
, then
3.
Press
to move through the following selections:
to enter the SERVICE MODE.
NOTE
Some of these functions can be reached directly using the service keypad. See that section for more details.
WATER TANK TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
The tank temperature is displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius, depending
upon the configuration setting. To set the tank temperature setpoint, see SETUP
CONFIGURATION.
WATER TANK FILL
For safety purposes, the water inlet valve is not allowed to operate with the tank
water level in the low condition for more than one minute. After that, a TANK
ERR message is displayed if the tank is not filled to its proper level. To clear that
error, or to initially fill the water tank (which takes more than 1 minute), proceed
as follows:
1.
The display shows:
2.
Press
, then
TANK.FILL.
. The display shows:
FILLING. This indicates that
the tank is filling and/or the error is cleared. When the tank is full, the display returns to TANK.FILL.
3.
If it is taking longer than 6 minutes to fill the tank AND THERE ARE NO
LEAKS, you may see the TANK ERR message again. Just repeat step 2 after
making sure there are no other problems, such as a restriction in the water
inlet line.
NOTE
The heater does not function until the tank is full. The normal
heat up time to reach operating temperature is 45 minutes.
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PUMP TEST
The display shows:
1.
Press
PUMP. To test liquid pump operation, proceed as follows:
, then
. The display shows:
PUMP X, and counts down
the time (X) remaining on the pump test.
NOTE
If the brewer is clamped at the start of this test, the pump will
run much longer in order to evacuate any remaining liquid.
BREWER TEST (MACHINES WITH BREWERS ONLY)
The display shows:
1.
Press
BREWER. To test brewer operation, proceed as follows:
, then
. The display shows:
MOVE -2. This indicates
that the brewer is moving to its closed position. When it reaches that position, the display shows: CLAMP 1 - (1 is the switch that is closed when the
brewer is clamped).
2.
Press
, then
. The display shows:
MOVE 1 -. This indicates
that the brewer is moving to its opened position. When it reaches that position, the display shows: OPEN - 2 (2 is the switch that is closed when the
brewer is open).
WHIPPER TEST
The display shows: WHIP TEST. To test an individual whipper, press the number
corresponding to the whipper you want to test. The display shows WORKING
while the whipper is running, then returns to WHIP TEST. Pressing
then
,
tests only the first whipper.
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INPUT SWITCH TESTS
The display shows: IN. 123 -. The numbers 1, 2, and 3 and the dash each correspond to one of the input switches: Water tank level switch - 1, Liquid drain tray
float switch - 2, Filter paper sold-out switch - 3, Water tank low level switch dash (-). As you actuate the overflow tray float and filter paper sold-out
switches, watch the number in the display change to a dash. Obviously you cannot manually actuate the tank level switch, but when the tank is full, the display
shows IN. 123 -. When the water is between the full and low switch levels, the
display shows IN. - 23 -. Finally, when the water is below the low level, the display shows IN . - 234.
KEYPAD TEST
The display shows KEYPAD. Press any key to test its operation. (For example,
pressing
shows all "3"s in the display.) Press
and
to test all
segments in the 8-character vacuum fluorescent display. The displays remain lit
until you press
again.
DATA COLLECTION
1.
Open the door and insert your key in the carafe key switch. Turn the key 90°
clockwise to the ON position. Press
, then
to enter the DATA
MODE.
TOTAL SALES
1.
The display shows SALES for a moment, then $. XXXX.XX. The "X"s represent the dollar figure of sales made by the machine. This total is NOT resettable.
2.
Press
to advance through the following displays:
TOTAL VENDS
1.
The display shows VENDS for a moment, then *. XXXXXX. The "X"s represent the total vends made by the machine. This total is NOT resettable.
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VENDS BY PRICE LINE
1.
The display shows how many vends were made from each price line. Examples:
PD.1 25. This represents 25 paid vends (PD) from price line 1.
- OR -
FR.4 10. This represents 10 free vends (FR) from price line 4.
Pressing
shows all the price lines which have had vends. NOTE: If
a price line has not had a vend, it will not be displayed. These displays are
resettable.
CLEAR INFORMATION
The display shows:
CLEAR X. This means that the resettable data has been
cleared X number of times. This total is not resettable. Press
then
,
to clear the resettable data. The VENDS BY PRICE LINE displays
will be reset to zero, and will not be displayed until vends have been made.
The CLEAR display is incremented by one.
1.
Press
twice to leave the DATA mode.
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MISCELLANEOUS
SOFTWARE VERSION NUMBER
The version number of the current software is displayed. Press
and
to compute and display the EPROM checksum. A typical display will
show SUM 752C. The checksum is the four character alpha-numeric on the right.
This number must correspond to the number label attached to the EPROM chip
itself.
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PAYOUT
This feature is only available if you have a coin mechanism other than an exec
mech installed in your machine.
1.
Open the door and insert your key in the carafe key switch. Turn the key 90°
clockwise to the ON position.
2.
Press
3.
The display shows NDQ
, then
to enter the PAYOUT MODE.
345. This means that pressing
coin mech to pay out Nickels, pressing
ing
4.
Press
causes the
pays out Dimes, and press-
pays out Quarters.
twice to leave the PAYOUT MODE.
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
NOTE
Some of these functions can be reached directly using the service keypad. See that section for more details.
Before performing the following steps, open the door.
EMPTY THE LIQUID DRAIN TRAY
1.
Lift the float and chain assembly out of the drain tray.
2.
Pull the drain tray straight out of the machine.
3.
Empty the drain tray in a suitable location, and clean it in accordance with
the sanitation instructions. The plastic carafe platform is removable for easy
cleaning by lifting it out of the tray.
4.
Replace the drain tray in the machine.
EMPTY THE GROUNDS PAIL
1.
Remove and empty the drain tray (see above). Be careful not to spill any liquid.
2.
Tear off filter paper at brewer housing. Place all used grounds and paper in
the grounds bucket.
3.
Remove the grounds pail from the machine.
4.
Empty the grounds pail and clean it in accordance with the sanitation
instructions.
5.
Replace all parts in reverse order of disassembly.
6.
Clear the grounds pail count (see below).
7.
Re-feed filter paper as explained previously.
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NOTE
This item will not display if no tank error exists.
RESET TANK ERROR
1.
until the display shows TANK FILL. Press
Press
, then
. This clears any tank error and starts filling the tank, if necessary.
2.
If it is taking longer than 1 minute to fill the tank AND THERE ARE NO
LEAKS, you may see TANK ERR in the diagnostic list again. Just repeat
steps 1 - 3 after making sure there are no other problems, such as a restriction in the water inlet line or a clogged water filter.
NOTE
The heater will not function until the tank is full. The normal
heat up time to reach operating temperature is 45 minutes.
CLEAR GROUNDS PAIL COUNT
NOTE
This item will not display if the vend limit was set to 0 during
CONFIGURATION.
1.
Empty the grounds pail.
2.
Press
until the display shows PAIL X. X represents the number of
brewed selection vends which have taken place since the last time the
counter was cleared. Normally you will be clearing this after you have emptied the grounds pail.
3.
Press
, then
to clear the vend count. The display shows
PAIL 0.
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TEST BREWER OPERATION
1.
Press
until the display shows BREWER. Then, press
and
to test the brewer. The brewer runs, the paper advances, and the display shows the remaining pump time (if any), then returns to
BREWER.
RINSE BREWER
1.
Press
until the display shows BREW RIN.
CAUTION
Rinse water is hot. Be careful not to get any on you during the
following steps.
2.
Place a cup or other suitable container below the dispensing nozzles to catch
the HOT rinse water.
3.
Press
and
to rinse the brewer. The brewer closes, hot water
runs through the brewer, the pump and coffee whipper run, and the display
shows RINSING, then returns to BREW RIN.
RINSE MIXING BOWL
1.
Press
until the display shows BOWL RIN.
CAUTION
Rinse water is hot. Be careful not to get any on you during the
following steps.
2.
Place a cup or other suitable container below the dispensing nozzles to catch
the HOT rinse water.
3.
Press , then to rinse the bowl. Hot water runs through all mixing bowls,
each whipper runs, and the display shows RINSING, then returns to
BOWL RIN.
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CHANGE FUSES
NOTE
An internal 4-amp fuse ONLY protects the electronics inside
the machine.
FUSE TYPE: 4A, 250V, MDL4 Time Delay Glass Cartridge
REPLACE FUSE WITH ONE OF THE SAME TYPE AND
RATING
1.
Unplug the machine.
2.
Remove all canisters (see above). Remove valve cover.
3.
Loosen the two screws holding the cabinet electronics cover. Remove the
cover.
4.
The fuse is located in a clip near the left side of the cabinet controller.
5.
Remove the old fuse by pulling straight out of the clips. Install new fuse.
6.
Replace all parts in reverse order of assembly. Plug in the machine.
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ADJUST WATER VALVES
The water valves are factory set and should not need to be adjusted. However, if
you can’t get the water volume you need by adjusting the water throw time alone,
then go ahead and adjust the valves. Do this in conjunction with setting the factory default timers during the Product Configuration programming mode.
1.
Using a slotted screwdriver, turn the adjustment screw clockwise to decrease
the water flow rate.
2.
Turn the adjustment screw counterclockwise to increase the water flow rate.
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CLEANING AND SANITATION
CLEANING
Cleaning means “making free of visible soil”.
In cup vending machine servicing, cleaning is
also done to maintain product quality and to
remove food soils, oils, and mineral stains that
could affect product taste, aroma, and appearance.
SANITIZING
Sanitizing means the reduction, to safe levels,
of the number of disease-causing bacteria that
remain on the surface after cleaning. Therefore, cleaning and sanitizing are done in separate steps, as prescribed by health regulations
and good industry practice.
Anybody who services vending machines must use proper sanitizing procedures. Health regulations require that hands be clean when cups, commodities,
and food-contact parts are handled or serviced.
In addition, Federal and State Health Departments require regular cleaning and
sanitizing procedures for food contact parts.
The information in this section will explain how to clean and sanitize the
machine on a day to day basis. A clean and well maintained machine will provide a better product and greater safety for your customers.
HOW DO I SANITIZE?
You can sanitize by using either of these two methods:
Chemicals The object to be sanitized is treated with a bactericidal compound.
Heat
Raise the temperature of the object high enough to kill bacteria.
Water must be at least 170° F.
Unplug the machine before using water on the machine.
In either case, the object must be thoroughly clean and completely rinsed in order
for the sanitizing process to work. Caked-on soils not removed by cleaning, for
example, may shield bacteria from a sanitizing solution.
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A GOOD PLACE TO START -- YOUR SANITATION KIT
You need to be sure that each machine is clean, safe, and functioning when you
leave it. In order to properly do this, you need to have a complete set of the right
tools. In addition to the screwdrivers, pliers, and test equipment necessary to
repair a machine, you need to have the tools to clean the machine.
Here is a checklist of the items needed for a good sanitation kit:
Sanitation pail
Tube and nozzle brushes for food contact surfaces
Utility brush for dry spillage around canisters, etc.
Disposable towels, wet-strength and lint-free
NOTE
Wiping with towels can re-contaminate sanitized food-contact
parts. Therefore, towels should not be used to dry food-contact
surfaces. Instead, these parts should be air dried.
Spray detergent, diluted to desired strength
Urn cleaner packets for coffee stains and oils
Odor control chemicals for pails
Replacement parts (if the exchange method is used)
Cabinet polish or window cleaner for the outside of the machine
Feel free to add some items to this list. For example, you may want to use a portable vacuum cleaner.
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SANITATION PROCEDURES
Your machine has been specially designed for easy disassembly without tools.
Refer to the recommended cleaning and sanitation interval table on the final page
of this section. For each item, complete the procedure as outlined here.
FOOD-CONTACT PARTS
NOTE
All food-contact parts must be cleaned and sanitized. Air dry,
do not wipe dry.
Canisters - Empty and wash the canisters, augers, and spouts. Sanitize with hot
water and allow to air dry completely before returning to cabinet.
Mixing Bowls - The inside of all mixing bowls can be rinsed as follows:
Press
until the display shows BOWL RIN.
CAUTION
Rinse water is hot. Be careful not to get any on you during the
following steps.
Place a cup or other suitable container below the dispensing nozzles to catch
the HOT rinse water.
Press
, then
to rinse the bowl. Hot water runs through all mix-
ing bowls, each whipper runs, and the display shows RINSING, then returns to
BOWL RIN.
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Beverage Discharge Nozzles - Disconnect the beverage dispensing tube from
the nozzles. Remove the nozzles from the mounting bracket. Remove the cap
from the nozzle, wash clean and sanitize the nozzles and cap.
Brewer Press until the display shows BREW RIN.
CAUTION
Rinse water is hot. Be careful not to get any on you during the
following steps.
Place a cup or other suitable container below the dispensing nozzles to catch
the HOT rinse water.
Press
, then
to rinse the brewer. The brewer closes, hot water
runs through the brewer, the pump and coffee whipper run, and the display
shows RINSING, then returns to BREW RIN.
Ingredient Chutes - Remove the chute(s), wash clean, and sanitize by rinsing
with hot water. Air dry before reinstalling.
Whippers and Impellers -
a.
b.
c.
d.
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Remove the whipper cover.
Using the impeller removal tool (located in the plastic bag assembly),
remove the impeller from the whipper housing as shown.
Wash the cover, impeller, and impeller housing. Sanitize with hot water
and allow to air dry before reassembling.
To reassemble, see detail A. Note that the whipper motor shaft has a flat
section. Make sure this flat section lines up with the "D" shaped hole in
the impeller. Press the impeller all the way onto the whipper motor
shaft. Replace the cover.
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Brewer Mechanism Cleaning - Remove the brewer assembly to clean. See
CLEAN THE BREWER.
NON FOOD-CONTACT PARTS
Exhaust Fan Filter - Remove the filter from its housing. Wash with soap and
water, rinse, wring dry, and replace into housing.
Grounds Pail - Empty and rinse the grounds pail.
Liquid Drain Tray - Empty, wash, and rinse with hot water. Sprinkle detergent
powder in the bottom of the tray to help control odors. You might want to save
this until last, because the waste water from rinsing the bowls and brewer will
collect here.
OVERALL CLEANING
Inspect your machine both inside and out. Be sure to check corners and all less
visible parts of the machine.
Clean where needed.
Allow the inside of the cabinet to dry thoroughly before you close the door.
National Vendors recommends using the following supplies:
A mild detergent and warm water on the cabinet, brewer, and other NON
ELECTRICAL components.
CAUTION
The plastic parts in your machine should be cleaned with mild
detergent and warm water. The use of other cleaning agents
may damage the material, and should be avoided.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CLEANING
Periodically, you should visually inspect your machine’s hot water tank for excessive lime and scale buildup. This buildup on the tank walls, water valves, and
heater element will vary dramatically, depending upon water quality. You should
develop a cleaning and deliming schedule based on the apparent local water quality.
NOTE
To aid in removing scale from your machine, National Vendors
has a service kit available: part number 6400080. In addition,
if your machine has the Everpure water inlet filter system
option, a second kit (part number 6400086) is also available.
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CLEAN THE BREWER
The brewer has two main parts you can remove: the brew barrel and the screen
and seal assembly. You can remove them with the brewer in the machine, or the
entire brewer can be removed as one unit.
1.
On the left side of the brewer, cut off and discard the filter paper.
2.
Remove the hose at the top of the brew barrel.
3.
Grasp the top of the brew barrel, and turn it ¼ turn to the left as shown. Lift
straight up and remove.
4.
Remove the hose from the bottom of the screen and seal assembly.
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5.
At this point, you can remove the brewer or leave it in the machine.
a.
6.
To remove the brewer, pivot the bottom of the unit up toward you, lift
upward slightly, and pull straight out.
Remove the screen and seal assembly as shown:
a.
b.
Press down on the tabs with your fingers, and slide straight back.
Lift straight up and pull out.
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7.
Thoroughly wash all parts using soap and water. Sanitize by rinsing thoroughly with hot water. Air dry, or blow dry with compressed air (if available).
8.
If you removed the brewer, make sure the motor drive link is aligned as
shown.
If the motor drive link is aligned properly, the notch in the cam wheel will
capture the bearing.
CAM WHEEL
BREWER BODY
MOTOR DRIVE LINK
BEARING
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If the motor drive link is not aligned properly...
The notch in the cam wheel is turned away from the bearing. You must manually turn the cam wheel to capture the bearing in the notch.
9.
Assemble in the reverse order of disassembly. NOTE: when replacing the
screen and seal assembly, make sure you hear TWO CLICKS as you push it
all the way in.
10. Feed new filter paper through the brewer, and don’t forget to connect the
hoses!
CAM WHEEL
BREWER BODY
MOTOR DRIVE LINK
BEARING
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SANITATION INTERVALS
RECOMMENDED CLEANING AND SANITATION INTERVALS
CATEGORY
ITEM
Brewer Cylinder,
Funnel
BREW
SECTION
DRY
SECTION
WATER
SECTION
S = Sanitize at
this interval
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WEEKLY
MONTHLY
R
Brewer Mechanism
Mixing Bowl
R
Whippers
R
Ingredient Canisters
C/S
Ingredient
Chutes
Liquid Drain
Tray
WASTE
SECTION
DAILY
C/S
C
Exhaust Fan Filter & Screen
C
Grounds Pail
C
Cup Support &
Drain Tray
Cover
C
Beverage Discharge Nozzles
C/S
Water Filter Service
R = Rinse at this
interval
Check
C = Clean only at this
interval
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Make copies of this cleaning record, cut it out, and keep it in a safe place. It will
be your record of cleaning all four areas of your machine.
RECORD OF CLEANING
BY
WATER SECTION
WASTE SECTION
DRY SECTION
BREW SECTION
(YEAR)
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
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APPENDIX A.
FACTORY DEFAULT TIMES
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4.50 / 130
6.40 / 190
7.50 / 220
8.20 / 240
9.00 / 265
11.00 / 315
TIME / VOLUME
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GR.)
EXTRA “B+”
PRODUCT”
1.40 / 5.00
2.00 / 7.10
2.30 / 8.20
2.50 / 8.90
2.80 / 10.00
3.40 / 12.10
FRESH BREW ESPRESSO
1.40 / 5.00
2.00 / 7.10
2.30 / 8.20
2.50 / 8.90
2.80 / 10.00
3.40 / 12.10
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
EXTRA TIME
“C+”
(SECONDS)”
STEEP “C”
NORMAL
TIME “C”
(SECONDS)”
FRESH BREW COFFEE AND FRESH BREW DECAF
TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GR.)
NORMAL “B”
PRODUCT”
5 oz
2.25 / 65
1.40 / 5.00
1.40 / 5.00
3.00
7 oz
3.20 / 95
2.00 / 7.10
2.00 / 7.10
3.00
8 oz
3.75 / 110
2.30 / 8.20
2.30 / 8.20
3.00
9 oz
4.10 / 120
2.50 / 8.90
2.50 / 8.90
3.00
10 oz
4.50 / 130
2.80 / 10.00
2.80 / 10.00
3.00
12 oz
5.50 / 158
3.40 / 12.10
3.40 / 12.10
3.00
* If the programmed pump time is less than twice the water time, the pump time will default to 32 seconds.
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
CUP SIZE
“A” WATER
FRESH BREW DRINKS
9.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
15.00
12.00
15.00
17.00
19.00
22.00
26.00
TIME
(SECONDS)
PUMP* “D”
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4.95 / 120
7.00 / 170
8.25 / 200
8.65 / 210
7.90 / 240
12.60 / 305
4.95 / 120
7.00 / 170
8.25 / 200
8.65 / 210
7.90 / 240
12.60 / 305
2.50 / 60
3.50 / 85
4.15 / 100
4.35 / 105
4.95 / 120
6.30 / 153
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
TIME/VOLUME “A”
(SECONDS/ML)
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
CUP SIZE
WATER
0.90
1.20
1.50
1.60
1.80
2.20
Page A3
0.90
1.20
1.50
1.60
1.80
2.20
0.35 /
0.50 /
0.60 /
0.65 /
0.70 /
0.90 /
0.90
1.20
1.50
1.60
1.80
2.20
FREEZE DRY ESPRESSO
0.35 /
0.50 /
0.60 /
0.65 /
0.70 /
0.90 /
FREEZE DRY DECAF
0.35 /
0.50 /
0.60 /
0.65 /
0.70 /
0.90 /
FREEZE DRY COFFEE
NORMAL TIME/WEIGHT “B”
(SECONDS/GRAMS)
0.65 / 1.10
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
0.65 / 1.10
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
0.65 / 1.10
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
EXTRA TIME/WEIGHT “B”
(SECONDS/GRAMS)
PRODUCT
FREEZE DRY DRINKS
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WATER “A”
PRODUCT “B”
PRODUCT “B+”
CUP SIZE
TIME / VOLUME
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
NORMAL TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GR.)
EXTRA TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GR.)
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
4.85 / 100
6.80 / 160
8.25 / 170
8.75 / 180
9.70 / 200
11.65 / 240
2.80 / 17.00
4.00 / 24.00
4.65 / 28.00
5.15 / 31.00
5.65 / 34.00
6.80 / 41.00
2.80 / 17.00
4.00 / 24.00
4.65 / 28.00
5.15 / 31.00
5.65 / 34.00
6.80 / 41.00
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HOT WATER ONLY
TIME / VOLUME “A”
CUP SIZE
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
4.85 / 100
6.80 / 160
8.25 / 170
8.75 / 180
9.70 / 200
11.65 / 240
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CHOCOLATE DRINKS
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"INTERNATIONAL COFFEE" - SOLUBLE PRODUCT
This International Coffee - Soluble Product table contains factory recommended times. These are not pre-programmed "default"
times as for other selections, but will give you a starting point to manually enter your International Coffee - Soluble Product
dispense times.
WATER “A”
Page A5
TIME / VOLUME
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
4.85 / 110
6.80 / 150
8.25 / 180
8.75 / 195
9.70 / 215
11.65 / 260
PRODUCT “B”
PRODUCT “B+”
NORMAL TIME / WEIGHT EXTRA TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
2.45 / 10.00
3.35/ 13.50
4.00 / 16.20
4.35 / 17.80
4.85 / 19.70
5.80 / 23.70
2.45 / 10.00
3.35/ 13.50
4.00 / 16.20
4.35 / 17.80
4.85 / 19.70
5.80 / 23.70
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CUP SIZE
FRESH BREW DRINKS WITH WHITENER
“A” WATER
CUP
SIZE
TIME / VOLUME
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
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5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
3.60 / 105
5.10 / 150
6.00 / 175
7.05 / 205
7.75 / 225
9.45 / 280
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
1.05 / 30
1.80 / 50
2.25 / 65
2.80 / 80
3.15 / 90
4.00 / 115
NORMAL “B”
PRODUCT
EXTRA “B+”
PRODUCT
TIME / WEIGHT
TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GR.) (SECONDS)/(GR.)
STEEP “C”
PUMP* “D”
“E” WHITENER
PRODUCT
NORMAL EXTRA TIME
TIME “C”
“C+”
(SECONDS) (SECONDS)
TIME
(SECONDS)
TIME / WEIGHT
SECONDS)/
(GR.)
12.00
15.00
17.00
19.00
22.00
26.00
0.15 / 0.25
0.20 / 0.35
0.25 / 0.45
0.30 / 0.50
0.35 / 0.60
0.40 / 0.70
9.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
15.00
0.10 / 0.15
0.10 / 0.15
0.15 / 0.25
0.15 / 0.25
0.20 / 0.35
0.20 / 0.35
FRESH BREW COFFEE AND FRESH BREW DECAF WITH WHITENER
1.40 / 5.00
1.40 / 5.00
3.00
5.00
2.00 / 7.10
2.00 / 7.10
3.00
5.00
2.30 / 8.20
2.30 / 8.20
3.00
5.00
2.50 / 8.90
2.50 / 8.90
3.00
5.00
2.80 / 10.00
2.80 / 10.00
3.00
5.00
3.40 / 12.10
3.40 / 12.10
3.00
5.00
FRESH BREW ESPRESSO WITH WHITENER
1.40 / 5.00
1.40 / 5.00
3.00
5.00
2.00 / 7.10
2.00 / 7.10
3.00
5.00
2.30 / 8.20
2.30 / 8.20
3.00
5.00
2.50 / 8.90
2.50 / 8.90
3.00
5.00
2.80 / 10.00
2.80 / 10.00
3.00
5.00
3.40 / 12.10
3.40 / 12.10
3.00
5.00
Café Executive Setup
The following tables are for drinks that use whitener. These drinks are only available in machines configured with the whitener
option.
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FRESH BREW RECIPE DRINKS
“A” WATER
CUP
SIZE
NORMAL “B”
PRODUCT
EXTRA “B+”
PRODUCT
STEEP “C”
“E”
PUMP* “D” WHITENER
PRODUCT
SECOND
PRODUCT
“F”
EXTRA
SECOND
PRODUCT
“F+”
NORMAL
EXTRA
TIME /
TIME /
TIME /
TIME / VOL. TIME / WEIGHT TIME / WEIGHT TIME “C+” TIME “C+”
TIME
WEIGHT
WEIGHT
WEIGHT
(SEC.)/(ML.)
(SEC.)/(GR.)
(SEC.)/(GR.) (SECONDS) (SECONDS) (SECONDS)
(SEC.)/(GR.) (SEC.)/(GR.) (SEC.)/(GR.)
”
”
FRESH BREW CAFE’ MOCHA
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0.55 / 15
1.15 / 35
2.85 / 85
3.15 / 95
4.00 / 115
5.55 / 165
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
2.65 / 75
4.30 / 125
5.40 / 160
5.85 / 170
6.75 / 200
8.55 / 250
1.40 / 5.00
2.00 / 7.10
2.30 / 8.20
2.50 / 8.90
2.80 / 10.00
3.40 / 12.10
1.40 / 5.00
2.00 / 7.10
2.30 / 8.20
2.50 / 8.90
2.80 / 10.00
3.40 / 12.10
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
9.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
15.00
0.20 / 0.35
0.30 / 0.50
0.35 / 0.60
0.40 / 0.70
0.45 / 0.80
0.50 / 0.90
0.85 / 5.25
1.20 / 7.25
1.35 / 8.25
1.55 / 9.25
1.70 / 10.25
2.00 / 12.25
FRESH BREW CAPPUCCINO AND CAFFÈ LATTE
1.40 / 5.00
1.40 / 5.00
3.00
5.00
9.00
0.45 / 0.80
2.00 / 7.10
2.00 / 7.10
3.00
5.00
12.00
0.65 / 1.15
2.30 / 8.20
2.30 / 8.20
3.00
5.00
14.00
0.75 / 1.30
2.50 / 8.90
2.50 / 8.90
3.00
5.00
15.00
0.85 / 1.50
2.80 / 10.00
2.80 / 10.00
3.00
5.00
16.00
0.95 / 1.65
3.40 / 12.10
3.40 / 12.10
3.00
5.00
20.00
1.10 / 1.90
* If the programmed pump time is less than twice the water time, the pump time will default to 32 seconds.
0.85 / 5.25
1.20 / 7.25
1.35 / 8.25
1.55 / 9.25
1.70 / 10.25
2.00 / 12.25
Café Executive Setup
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
WATER
PRODUCT
“E” WHITENER PRODUCT”
CUP SIZE
TIME/VOLUME “A”
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
NORMAL TIME/WEIGHT “B”
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
EXTRA TIME/WEIGHT “B+”
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
NORMAL TIME/WEIGHT “E”
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
FREEZE DRY COFFEE WITH WHITENER
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5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
3.70 / 90
5.15 / 125
6.00 / 145
6.60 / 160
7.65 / 185
9.70 / 235
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
3.70 / 90
5.15 / 125
6.00 / 145
6.60 / 160
7.65 / 185
9.70 / 235
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
1.45 / 35
2.05 / 50
2.50 / 60
2.90 / 70
3.30 / 80
4.55 / 110
0.35 / 0.90
0.50 / 1.20
0.60 / 1.50
0.65 / 1.60
0.70 / 1.80
0.90 / 2.20
0.65 / 1.10
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
0.15 / 0.25
0.20 / 0.35
0.25 / 0.45
0.30 / 0.50
0.35 / 0.60
0.40 / 0.70
FREEZE DRY DECAF WITH WHITENER
0.35 / 0.90
0.50 / 1.20
0.60 / 1.50
0.65 / 1.60
0.70 / 1.80
0.90 / 2.20
0.65 / 1.10
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
0.15 / 0.25
0.20 / 0.35
0.25 / 0.45
0.30 / 0.50
0.35 / 0.60
0.40 / 0.70
FREEZE DRY ESPRESSO WITH WHITENER
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0.35 / 0.90
0.50 / 1.20
0.60 / 1.50
0.65 / 1.60
0.70 / 1.80
0.90 / 2.20
0.65 / 1.10
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
0.10 / 0.15
0.10 / 0.15
0.15 / 0.25
0.15 / 0.25
0.20 / 0.35
0.20 / 0.35
Café Executive Setup
FREEZE DRY DRINKS WITH WHITENER
6880025
July, 2001
FREEZE DRY RECIPE DRINKS
“A” WATER
NORMAL “B”
PRODUCT
EXTRA “B+”
PRODUCT
TIME / VOL.
(SEC.)/(ML.)
TIME/WEIGHT
(SEC.)/(GR.)
TIME/WEIGHT
(SEC.)/(GR.)
CUP SIZE
“E”
WHITENER
PRODUCT
SECOND
EXTRA SECOND
PRODUCT “F” PRODUCT “F+”
TIME/WEIGHT TIME/WEIGHT
(SEC.)/(GR.)
(SEC.)/(GR.)
TIME/WEIGHT
(SEC.)/(GR.)
FREEZE DRY CAFE’ MOCHA
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* 5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
0.00 / 00
2.05 / 50
3.10 / 75
3.30 / 80
4.55 / 110
6.40 / 155
0.00 / 00
0.50 / 1.20
0.60 / 1.50
0.65 / 1.60
0.70 / 1.80
0.90 / 2.20
0.00 / 00
0.90 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
1.20 / 2.00
1.35 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
0.00 / 00
0.30 / 0.50
0.35 / 0.60
0.40 / 0.70
0.45 / 0.80
0.50 / 0.90
0.00 / 00
1.20 / 7.25
1.35 / 8.25
1.55 / 9.25
1.70 / 10.25
2.00 / 12.25
0.00 / 00
1.20 / 7.25
1.35 / 8.25
1.55 / 9.25
1.70 / 10.25
2.00 / 12.25
FREEZE DRY CAPPUCCINO AND CAFFÈ LATTE
2.90 / 70
0.35 / 0.90
0.65 / 1.05
0.45 / 0.80
4.75 / 115
0.50 / 1.20
0.90 / 1.50
0.65 / 1.15
6.00 / 145
0.60 / 1.50
1.10 / 1.80
0.75 / 1.30
6.20 /150
0.65 / 1.60
1.20 / 2.00
0.85 / 1.50
7.40 / 180
0.70 / 1.80
1.35 / 2.20
0.95 / 1.65
9.90 / 240
0.90 / 2.20
1.60 / 2.60
1.10 / 1.90
* Cafe’ mocha is not recommended for this drink size. Insufficient water is dispensed to properly rinse the mixing bowls.
Café Executive Setup
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
5 oz
7 oz
8 oz
9 oz
10 oz
12 oz
CUP SIZE
4.95 / 110
7.00 / 150
8.25 / 180
8.65 / 195
9.90 / 215
12.60 / 260
TIME / VOLUME
(SECONDS)/(ML.)
WATER “A”
0.70 / 1.20
1.00 / 1.75
1.15 / 2.00
1.30 / 2.25
1.45 / 2.50
1.70 / 3.00
NORMAL TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
PRODUCT “B”
HOT WHITENER
0.70 / 1.20
1.00 / 1.75
1.15 / 2.00
1.30 / 2.25
1.45 / 2.50
1.70 / 3.00
EXTRA TIME / WEIGHT
(SECONDS)/(GRAMS)
PRODUCT “B+”
Café Executive Setup
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