CMA Dishmachines CMA-GL-C Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
GLC/GW-100 MANUAL
 INSTALLATION
 SERVICE
 PARTS
REV.1.02A
CMA DISHMACHINES
12700 KNOTT STREET
GARDEN GROVE, CALIFORNIA 92841
800-854-6417
FAX 714-895-2141
www.cmadishmachines.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MODEL GLC/GW-100
1.
RECEIVING ................................................................................................... 2
2.
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 3
2.1.
GLC ................................................................................................................................................ 3
2.2.
GW-100 .......................................................................................................................................... 4
3.
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................. 5
3.1.
ELECTRICAL .................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2.
PLUMBING ....................................................................................................................................... 5
4.
OPERATION .................................................................................................. 6
4.1.
FILLING OF THE WASH TANK .......................................................................................................... 6
4.2.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................. 6
4.2.1.
4.3.
Proper Chemical Dosage ........................................................................................................ 6
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................... 7
4.3.1. Highly Recommended Daily Cleaning Instructions ...................................................................... 7
4.3.2. Weekly Cleaning Instructions ....................................................................................................... 7
5.
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................... 8
6.
PARTS MANUAL ........................................................................................ 10
6.1.
GLC INITIAL PARTS KIT P/N 1100.47 .............................................................................................10
6.2.
GW-100 INITIAL PARTS KIT P/N 1100.49 .......................................................................................11
6.3.
EXPLODED VIEW DRAWINGS..........................................................................................................12
6.2.1. Main Assembly.............................................................................................................................12
6.2.2. Conveyor Wheel / Curtain ...........................................................................................................13
6.2.3. Conveyor Shut-Off Rod Assembly ................................................................................................14
6.2.4. GLC Control Box Assembly P/N 18612.49 ..................................................................................15
6.2.5. GW-100 Control Box Assembly P/N 18611.47 ............................................................................16
6.2.5. Soap Tank Assembly ....................................................................................................................17
6.2.6. Water Inlet Plumbing...................................................................................................................18
6.2.7. Sanitizer Plumbing Component Hardware ..................................................................................19
6.2.8. Vacuum Breaker and Hardware ..................................................................................................20
6.2.9. Wash Pump Assembly ..................................................................................................................21
6.2.10. Conveyor Drive Assembly..........................................................................................................22
6.2.11. Waste Collector Assy. P/N 16565.00 .........................................................................................23
7.
GLC ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM .................................................................... 24
8.
GW-100 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM .............................................................. 25
Receiving
1. Receiving
1. Remove all packing material from the machine.
2. Remove all tape securing components within the machine. Check that both trays are
positioned properly.
3. Check for the following component parts:
A. Check that the rinse screen is secure in the rinse drain.
B. Check the position of the GLC curtains.
C. Check that the conveyor is level and the drive gear is engaged in the conveyor’s
outer rim grooves.
D. Important: Check and remove overflow drain tube, which is secured to the front of
the scrap tank, behind the access door. Place it in position in soap tank.
E. Check that the screen in the detergent tank is in position.
F. Check that the drain screen is in position.
4. Important: Read all instructions completely.
DISCLAIMERS
CMA expressly disclaims any and all warranties, express or implied, relating to the installation of any and all CMA equipment that is installed by chemical dealers, contracted servicers or third party
servicers to CMA equipment. If the installation instructions are not followed exactly (to the letter), or, if any person or company conducting the installation of the CMA equipment, revise the
installation procedures or alter the instructions in any manner, the CMA warranty becomes void. If, due to the improper installation of CMA equipment, this equipment ceases to operate properly or
affects other parts of the CMA dishwashing equipment, in that the other parts become defective, the CMA warranty becomes void. CMA will not be liable or responsible or warrant CMA equipment,
due to improper installation of any CMA model dishwasher.
CMA does NOT endorse “Tankless On-Demand” water heaters for use on CMA Dishmachine products. On most applications, the
volume of hot water required for commercial dishmachines exceeds the capacity of these types of heating sources. You will find
that most, if not all, commercial dishmachines have been programmed with auto-filling features that require quick filling, with a
designated limited time.
CMA DOES endorse, and highly recommends, the standard “tank” style water heaters, sized properly to handle each particular
facility with their water heating requirements. A “tank” style water heater stores and supplies a large capacity of preheated water
before providing hot water to the dishmachine. To meet required health codes, there must be a reliable and consistent flow of
adequate hot water supplied to the dishmachine. If the facilities’ “tank” style water heater is marginal in size, CMA recommends
installing a proper size Hatco Booster Heater, a CMA’s E-Temp 40 or 70-degree-rise Booster Heater (that can be installed on CMA
Conveyors), or a CMA Temp-Sure Booster Heater (for door and undercounter dishmachines). All are designed to adequately
achieve results.
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Specifications
2. Specifications
2.1.
GLC
WATER CONSUMPTION
HOT WATER INITIAL FILL
3 GAL.
11.35 L.
HOT WATER PER HOUR (max)
12 GAL.
45.42 L.
COLD WATER PER HOUR
168 GAL.
636 L.
1000
-
COLD WATER INLET
1/2”
-
HOT WATER INLET
1/2”
-
1-1/2”
-
INLET COLD WATER
75 °F
24°C
INLET HOT WATER (recommended)
140°F
60°C
DEPTH
25-1/8”
63.8CM
WIDTH
25-1/4”
64CM
HEIGHT
39”-40-1/2”
99.1-102.8CM
11-3/4”
29.8CM
OPERATING CAPACITY
(2-1/2”) GLASSES PER HOUR
WATER REQUIREMENTS
DRAIN CONNECTION
TEMPERATURES
FRAME DIMENSIONS
MAX CLEARANCE FOR GLASSES
ELECTRICAL
208 - 240 VAC
20 AMPS
TANK HEATER
3KW
(Not Booster Heater)
WASH PUMP MOTOR
.1HP
SHIPPING WEIGHT
GL-C (Approximate)
156#
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Specifications
2.2.
GW-100
WATER CONSUMPTION
HOT WATER INITIAL FILL
3 GAL.
11.35 L.
HOT WATER PER HOUR (max)
12 GAL.
45.42 L.
COLD WATER PER HOUR
168 GAL.
636 L.
1000
-
COLD WATER INLET
1/2”
-
HOT WATER INLET
1/2”
-
1-1/2”
-
INLET COLD WATER
75 °F
24°C
INLET HOT WATER (recommended)
140°F
60°C
DEPTH
25-1/8”
63.8CM
WIDTH
25-1/4”
64CM
HEIGHT
39”- 40-1/2”
OPERATING CAPACITY
(2-1/2”) GLASSES PER HOUR
WATER REQUIREMENTS
DRAIN CONNECTION
TEMPERATURES
FRAME DIMENSIONS
MAX CLEARANCE FOR GLASSES
99 -102.8CM
11-3/4”
ELECTRICAL
29.9CM
120 VAC
11 AMPS
TANK HEATER
1.25KW
(Not Booster Heater)
WASH PUMP MOTOR
.1HP
SHIPPING WEIGHT
GW-100 (Approximate)
156#
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Operation
3. Installation
3.1.
Electrical*
GLC - a 20 Amp, 208-240 Volt, 60 Hz dedicated circuit should be used to supply electrical power to the GL-C machine
(see specification sheet page 3). The power connection with the leads L-1, L-2 and Ground must be such that there is
sufficient length of flexible conduit to permit the machine to be moved for cleaning. This machine operates from 208 to
240 Volts.
GW-100 - a 15 Amp, 120 Volt, 60 Hz dedicated circuit should be used to supply electrical power to the GW-100
machine (see specification sheet page 3). The power connection with the leads L-1, L-2 (N) and Ground must be such
that there is sufficient length of flexible conduit to permit the machine to be moved for cleaning.
3.2.
Plumbing*
Making Cold Water Connection
1. Connect a cold 1/2” water line to the cold water solenoid valve and inspect for leaks. Water flow pressure
should be between 20-100 PSI.
2. Cold water usage is approximately 2.8 U.S. gpm.
3. Machine is equipped with a mixing valve located between hot and cold solenoid valves. Open until
temperature reaches 75°F for areas with very cold rinse water to heat the rinse water which will prevent
glasses from cracking.
Making Hot Water Connection
1. Connect a hot 1/2” water line to the hot water solenoid valve. The temperature must be minimum 140°F/60°C
with flow pressure between 20-100 PSI.
2. Hot water usage is approximately 12 U.S. gph.
Making Drain Connection
1. Connect a 1-1/2” PVC drain line to the bottom of the scrap tank (note: machine is gravity drain)
*Electrical and plumbing connections must be made by a qualified person who
will comply with all available Federal, State, and Local Health, Electrical,
Plumbing and Safety codes.
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Operation
4. Operation
4.1.
4.2.
4.2.1.
Filling of the Wash Tank
•
With overflow drain tube in place in the detergent tank proceed to following.
•
Turn power on-off/flush switch to the “ON” position. The water solenoid will activate and fill soap
tank until the proper level is reached, also activating heating element.
•
Set the thermostat for minimum 140°F/60°C. The wash tank temperature is regulated by heater
and thermostat.
Operation Instructions
•
Open the door; place on-off/flush switch to the “ON” position. The wash tank will begin its
automatic fill cycle.
•
Verify product containers have chemicals.
•
Detergent is fed from the supply container into the detergent tank in controlled amounts by the
detergent pump. Use detergent at strength recommended by your chemical supplier.
•
Place glasses on the conveyor wheel. Push conveyor rocker switch located on front right side of
machine. The conveyor wheel will stop and start with conveyor shut-off rod.
Proper Chemical Dosage
The amount of chemical delivered, whether it is detergent, sanitizer or rinse aid, is controlled using the
setscrew located on the circuit board attached to the control box.
•
For detergent, contact your chemical supplier for proper type and detergent concentration.
Note: Detergent pump only operates when hot water tank is filling or when prime switches are
activated.
•
Circuit board basic settings are: arrow facing 9:00 for sani and rinse, 12:00 for detergent.
Adjustments To Detergent Pump:
•
When replacement container is installed, push the prime switch in and hold until the detergent feed line is full.
•
Securely place overflow drain tube into soap tank and switch power on-off/flush switch to the “ON” position.
The detergent dispenser will automatically dispense soap as the soap tank fills with water.
•
The quantity of product can be regulated at the circuit board using the setscrew.
Adjustments To Sanitizer Pump:
•
Follow same procedures as detergent for priming chemical.
•
Push conveyor rocker switch located on the front of the machine. Place sanitizer test strip under the final rinse
and read for proper level.
•
The quantity of product can be controlled at the sani circuit board set screw.
Note: Use chlorine test papers to verify and monitor the 50ppm chlorine level
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Operation
Adjustments To Rinse Agent Pump:
•
Follow same procedures as detergent for priming chemical.
•
Cycle glasses through machine and verify rinse agent is feeding properly. Increase rinse aid as
necessary by turning up or down circuit set screw.
•
Basic circuit board setting is 9:00.
Note: To meet standards set by NSF, chlorine at 50ppm must be used in the final rinse.
4.3.
Cleaning Instructions
4.3.1. Highly Recommended Daily Cleaning Instructions
Remove optional GLC drain tray & waste collector from the front of your glasswasher and clean
thoroughly.
Turn power switch off behind front service door.
Remove all trays, screens and curtains. Wash, rinse them thoroughly and allow to dry.
Move shut-off rod to side and remove conveyor hub and wheel from machine.
Remove and clean wash and rinse arms. Wash tube brush and jet reamer supplied for cleaning of
arms.
CAUTION: Do not twist spray arms, pull straight out or they will break
Install wash and rinse arms (Wash and rinse arms are different .The receiver arm sockets are molded
differently to prevent placing arms in wrong location).
Use reverse procedures for placing conveyor wheel and hub back into position.
Note: conveyor motor can be pulled to the side as your placing wheel into position. Open
front access door and pull conveyor motor toward you as seat the conveyor wheel into
position.
Place conveyor hub in center of conveyor, align shut-off rod to normal position. Install left and right
trays, making sure shut-off rod is positioned between guide brackets. Install curtains into their
holders.
Upper and lower wash tank screens should be removed and cleaned thoroughly.
Pull the drain tube from the soap tank and clean the tank.
Insert overflow drain tube and wash tank screens back to appropriate placement.
Reattach optional GLC waste collection assembly.
Check product levels and close front service door.
4.3.2. Weekly Cleaning Instructions
Remove upper and lower wash and rinse arms from their spray bases, remove end plugs, and clean
spray tubes with Cleaning Drill p/n 00899.01, Cleaning Brush p/n 00899.02 provided.
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Maintenance
5. Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
LIKELY CAUSE
SOLUTION
The soap tank water
temperature low
Thermostat malfunction
Replace
Thermostat set too low
Turn thermostat up
Bad heater
Float switch malfunction
Replace
Remove and replace
Water supplied to machine low
Must provide 140°F
Rinse spray arms dirty
Clean spray arms with cleaning
drill and brush provided
Shut-off valve on supply line may
be closed
Open valve
Spray arm pressure low
Minimum 20-100PSI flow pressure
required
Rinse solenoid valve nonoperational
Check coil
Solenoid valve strainer or
restrictor disc plugged
Remove screen and clean- replace
or clean flow restrictor
Plugged rinse arms
Clean
Worn flow restrictor in solenoid
valve
Replace
Empty product in containers
Refill containers
Chemical lines plugged
Flush lines with hot water and
condition of chemical
Strainer on pick-up tube plugged
Clean with hot water
Circuit board setting too low
Increase by turning clockwise
while machine is running/filling
No power to pump
Check LED signal, all electrical
connections
Pump motor or circuit board
defective
Replace pump motor or circuit
board
Leaking solenoid valve
diaphragm.
Inspect and clean seat
Low or no pressure in
rinse spray arms
No rinse arm water
Product containers filling
with water
No chemical being
dispensed
Soap tank continues to fill
with water with power off
Check and install rebuild kit
Replace if necessary
Replace diaphragm kit
Install new valve
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Maintenance
PROBLEM
LIKELY CAUSE
SOLUTION
Moisture, condensation,
wet areas behind service
door
Pump seal leaking
Replace
Detergent tank drain screen
plugged
Primary drain plugged
Clean
Clean
Rinse water drain line backing up
Clear obstruction, clean machine
Return screen in soap detergent
tank plugged
Clean
Covers on detergent tank are not
installed properly causing
condensation
Position all top covers to
completely cover top of tank
Power off at circuit breaker
Reset circuit breaker
Drive motor defective
Replace
Replace or make adjustment to
switch
Wheel not turning
Micro switch on switch support
bracket faulty or not making
contact
Low or no pressure
coming from wash arms
Conveyor not engaged with drive
gear
Position properly.
No or low water in soap tank
Check water supply
Check tank stand pipe position
Check that fill switch is in On-Fill
position and that tank fills with
water
Check float switch operation
Check hot fill solenoid is
operational
Obstruction in wash arm
Clear obstruction
Wash Pump not running
Check power supply
Check pump capacitor
Replace pump
Pump running but no pressure to
wash arms.
Water spraying out
conveyor entrance
Spray arms not locked in place
Spray arms plugged
Inspect the impeller
Replace if needed
Spray arms must be pushed firmly
on to hub connection on spray
base
Clear and clean with cleaning drill,
scraper, and brush
Splash curtain not in position
Install or adjust
Machine in operation without any
glasses on conveyor
Operate machine with a full load of
glasses
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Parts Manual
6. Parts Manual
6.1.
GLC Initial Parts Kit p/n 1100.47
P/N
DESCRIPTION
Qty
*00120.00
Thermometer (Bi Metal)
1
00201.47
Wash Pump
1
00308.47
Spray Arm End Plug
3
00421.47
Conveyor Rocker Switch
1
00472.47
Conveyor Shut Off Switch
1
*00631.05
Ice Cube Relay 220V, 12A
1
00631.47
Ice Cube Relay 220V, 20A
1
00715.47
3/8” Check Valve
1
00810.47
Drive Motor 208-240V
1
00811.47
Drive Motor Spring
1
00815.00
Peri Pump Complete
1
00820.00
Peri Pump Circuit Board
1
00821.30
Transformer 220 V
1
00839.00
Squeeze Tube w/conn.
3
00899.01
Cleaning Drill
1
00899.02
Cleaning Brush
1
03470.47
Power on-off/ Flush Switch
1
*03475.00
Primer Switch - Push Button
1
*03623.00
1/2 Vac Breaker Repair Kit Watts
1
13415.47
Heater 3kW
1
*13417.92
Heater Thermostat (EGO)
1
13418.47
Auto-Fill Timer 220V
1
*13605.00
Pressure Gauge
1
13703.47
Curtain – Full Size
1
13703.57
Curtain – Half Size
1
41015.70
Solenoid Valve 3/8" 220V
1
NOTE: Important! CMA recommends that the initial parts kit be purchased immediately and kept on
hand as a back up supply of critical parts in the event your machine should require
emergency service.
All the parts included in this kit are unique to the GL-C glasswasher (except those with *).
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Maintenance
6.2.
GW-100 Initial Parts Kit p/n 1100.49
P/N
DESCRIPTION
Qty
*00120.00
Thermometer (Bi Metal)
1
00201.49
Wash Pump
1
00308.47
Spray Arm End Plug
3
00421.47
Conveyor Rocker Switch
1
00472.47
Conveyor Shut Off Switch
1
*00631.00
Ice Cube Relay 120V, 12A
1
00631.49
Ice Cube Relay 120V, 20A
1
00715.47
3/8” Check Valve
1
00810.49
Drive Motor 120V
1
00811.47
Drive Motor Spring
1
00815.00
Peri Pump Complete
1
00820.00
Peri Pump Circuit Board
1
00821.30
Transformer 120V
1
00839.00
Squeeze Tube w/conn.
3
00899.01
Cleaning Drill
1
00899.02
Cleaning Brush
1
03470.47
Power on-off/ Flush Switch
1
*03475.00
Primer Switch - Push Button
1
*03623.00
15417.30
1/2 Vac Breaker Repair Kit Watts
Heater 1250 Watt
1
1
*13417.89
Heater Thermostat (EGO)
1
13418.49
Auto-Fill Timer 120V
1
*13605.00
Pressure Gauge
1
13703.47
Curtain – Full Size
1
13703.57
Curtain – Half Size
1
41015.49
Solenoid Valve 3/8" 120V
1
NOTE: Important! CMA recommends that the initial parts kit be purchased immediately and kept on
hand as a back up supply of critical parts in the event your machine should require
emergency service.
All the parts included in this kit are unique to the GW-100 glasswasher (except those with *).
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Parts Manual
6.3.
Exploded View Drawings
6.2.1. Main Assembly
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO.
REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
2
05004.00
Upper Spray Base Inlet Tube
21
1
16306.50
Right Door
2
2
14754.10
Grommet
22
2
00940.50
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8”
3
4
03101.47
Clamp #6
23
1
00941.00
10-32 X 5/8 Panhead Screw
4
1
03106.47
Braided Hose 3/8”
24
1
00421.45
Switch Bumper
5
1
14755.00
Wash Arm
25
1
16402.60
Front Pillar (Right Hand) 2” taller
6
1
14752.00
Upper Spray Base
26
4
01146.00
Leg 6-1/2”- Thread
7
1
00924.00
Washer,1/4”
27
1
16331.00
Base
8
1
00910.00
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1 1/2"
28
1
00421.47
Conveyor Rocker Switch
9
4
00940.60
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8”
29
1
16514.50
Conveyor Switch Box
10
1
14756.00
Lower Spray Base Inlet Tube
30
4
00438.00
Snap Bushing Universal 875-11
11
4
14752.10
Spray Base “O” Ring
31
1
16302.00
Side Panel Wrap
12
1
14755.00
Wash Arm
32
1
16330.00
Wash Tank Assy.
13
2
14754.00
Rinse Arm
33
4
00940.60
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8”
14
6
00308.47
Spray Arm End Plug
34
1
16510.50
Vacuum Breaker Access Cover
15
1
14753.00
Lower Spray Base
35
1
16513.00
Top Panel
16
2
00940.50
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8”
36
1
16571.20
Deflector Screen (Rinse)
17
1
16302.50
Face Trim
37
1
16571.00
Drain Deflector (Wash)
18
2
00812.47
Magnetic Door Catch
38
1
16530.50
Tank Support Bracket *
19
1
16302.65
Front Pillar (Left Hand)
39
1
00860.01
Moisture Pad 10 x 23 *
20
1
16306.00
Left Door
40
1
00860.02
Moisture Pad 3 x 23 *
*Not shown.
41
1
00860.03
Moisture Pad 10 x 12 *
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Parts Manual
6.2.2. Conveyor Wheel / Curtain
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
16505.00
Curtain Support
6
1
16451.00
2
1
13703.47
Curtain
7
1
14750.00
Conveyor Turntable
3
1
16505.10
Curtain Clamp
8
1
16350.50
Tray- Left
4
8
00927.00
Nut, 8-32
9
1
16350.00
Tray- Right
5
8
00911.50
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8”
10
4
14750.10
Turntable Glide Block
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Conveyor Hub 2” taller
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Parts Manual
6.2.3. Conveyor Shut-Off Rod Assembly
16
2
00940.50
Truss Head Screw 10-32 x 3/8”
17
1
16320.00
Shut-off Rod
18
1
16521.00
Activator
19
1
00935.00
Socket Set Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/4”
20
1
16514.30
Nut Plate
21
1
00472.47
Conveyor Shut Off Switch
22
1
00438.00
Snap Bushing Universal 875-11
23
2
04806.00
#10 Brass Washer
24
2
01001.00
Pan Head Screw 6-32 x 1"
25
1
16514.00
Conveyor Shut Off Switch Brack.
26
2
03814.10
10-32 Lock Star Washer
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Parts Manual
6.2.4. GLC Control Box Assembly P/N 18612.49
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
16403.00
GLC/GW-100 Control Box
13
1
00815.00
Peri Pump Complete
2
1
00470.10
Toggle Switch Rubber Boot
14
1
00818.00
Peri Pump Cover
3
3
13417.92
Heater Thermostat (EGO)
15
1
16515.00
Peri Pump Panel
4
1
13418.47
Auto- Fill Timer 220V
16
1
00816.00
Peri Pump Gear Motor
5
1
00454.06
Power Block 6 Position
17
1
03470.47
Power on-off/ Flush Switch
6
3
03475.00
Primer Switch - Push Button
18
4
00438.00
Snap Bushing Universal 875-11
7
3
00820.00
Peri Pump Circuit Board
19
3
00839.00
GLC Squeeze Tube w/ conn.
8
1
16504.00
Control Box Lid
20
3
03826.47
4-40x3/16 Pan Head Screw
9
1
00631.47
Ice Cube Relay 220V, 20A
21
3
00820.06
Circuit Board Stand off
10
2
00631.05
Ice Cube Relay 220V,12A
22
3
00820.07
Circuit Board Stand -off Cap
11
3
00820.20
Circuit Board Connector
23
2
13403.26
Fuse 3 Amp, 220V Slow Blow
12
1
00821.30
Transformer 220V
Not shown 820.10 Circuit Board Spacer Large, and 821.11 Circuit Board Spacer Small
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6.2.5. GW-100 Control Box Assembly P/N 18611.47
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
16403.00
GLC/GW-100 Control Box
13
1
00815.00
Peri Pump Complete
2
1
00470.10
Toggle Switch Rubber Boot
14
1
00818.00
Peri Pump Cover
3
3
13417.89
Heater Thermostat (EGO)
15
1
16515.00
Peri Pump Panel
4
1
13418.49
Auto- Fill Timer 120V
16
1
00816.00
Peri Pump Gear Motor
5
1
00454.06
Power Block 6 Position
17
1
03470.47
Power on-off/ Flush Switch
6
3
03475.00
Primer Switch - Push Button
18
4
00438.00
Snap Bushing Universal 875-11
7
3
00820.00
Peri Pump Circuit Board
19
3
00839.00
GLC Squeeze Tube w/ conn.
8
1
16504.00
Control Box Lid
20
3
03826.47
4-40x3/16 Pan Head Screw
9
1
00631.49
Ice Cube Relay 120V, 20A
21
3
00820.06
Circuit Board Stand off
10
2
00631.00
Ice Cube Relay 120V,12A
22
3
00820.07
Circuit Board Stand off Cap
11
3
00821.21
Circuit Board Connector
23
1
13403.28
Fuse 5 Amp Slow Blow
12
1
00821.10
Transformer 120 V
Not shown 820.10 Circuit Board Spacer Large, and 821.11 Circuit Board Spacer Small
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6.2.5. Soap Tank Assembly
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO.
REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
03101.49
Hose Clamp #24
13
1
16545.50
Overflow Drain Tube
2
1
03106.40
Ribbed Drain Hose 1 1/2" ID
14
1
00120.00
Thermometer Bi Metal
3
1
03101.00
Hose Clamp # 16 - 1"
15
1
13415.47
GLC Screw Plug Heater 3KW
4
1
03108.60
Transfer Hose 1" Reinforced
15417.30
GW-100 Heater 1250 W, 120V
5
1
03106.45
Braided Hose 1/2"
16
1
13417.92
Heater Thermostat (EGO)
6
1
03101.47
Hose Clamp #6
17
2
00940.50
10-32 X 3/8” Truss Head Screw
7
1
05012.00
1/2 Cu Ref Tubing (Per Foot)
18
1
16522.00
Heater Cover
8
1
16541.00
Detergent tank
19
1
16579.20
Drain Screen
9
1
16544.00
Detergent Tank Screen
20
1
16579.00
Drain Pan
10
1
16543.00
Detergent Tank Rear Cover
21
2
00906.00
1/4-20 X 1/2" Hexhead Bolt
11
1
16542.00
Detergent Tank Lid
22
1
16530.50
Tank Support
12
1
13465.50
Float Switch
23
1
40116.00
1/4 Comp X 1/4 MIP Ftg (not shown)
12A
1
13463.10
S/S Liquid Level Switch *
*12A used in the machines built prior to March 2010.Both 12 and 12A must be pointed down
(normally closed position) in order to function properly
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6.2.6. Water Inlet Plumbing
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
1
2
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO.
REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
41015.70
Solenoid Valve 3/8” 220V
3
2
40017.00
1/2 x 3/8” FPT Reducer
41015.49
Solenoid Valve 3/8” 115V
4
1
00715.47
3/8" Check Valve
3/8" Ball Valve
1A
2
41015.77
Flow Washer
5
1
41014.49
1B
2
41015.40
3/8" Solenoid Valve Repair Kit
6
2
40012.10
1/2 Barb x 3/8” MIP Elbow
1C
2
N/A
3/8" Solenoid Valve Cover
7
2
03101.47
Hose Clamp #6
1D
2
2
2
41015.75
3/8" Solenoid Valve Coil 220V
8
1
03106.45
Braided Hose 1/2"
41015.60
3/8" Solenoid Valve Coil 115V
9
1
40019.00
Nipple Brass 3/8 x 2 1/2
40010.00
3/8” MPT Tee
10
3
40012.47
Adapter 3/8"FPT X 3/8" MIP
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6.2.7. Sanitizer Plumbing Component Hardware
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO.
REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
00120.01
Thermometer
9
1
03106.45
1/2" I.D. Braided Hose
2
2
40011.00
3/8" FPT Cross Connector
10
1
03106.47
3/8" I.D. Braided Hose
3
1
40012.10
3/8" MPT x 1/2" 90° Hose Barb
11
1
00434.49
1/2 x 1/2 x 3/8" Tee
4
2
13658.00
Chemical Check Valve
12
5
03101.47
7/16" Gear Clamp
5
1
00425.51
Chemical Tubing Blue
13
1
13699.47
Mixing Chamber
5A
1
00425.54
Chemical Tubing White
14
1
41014.47
1/4”MxF Mini Ball Valve
6
1
16526.00
Gauge Bracket
15
1
13605.00
0-30 PSI Pressure Gauge
7
2
00924.00
Lock Washer, 1/4
16
1
40015.00
3/8 x 1/4" Reducer Bushing
8
2
00912.00
Nut, 1/4-20
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6.2.8. Vacuum Breaker and Hardware
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
03624.00
1/2" Vacuum Breaker
2
1
40014.00
1/2" MPT x 1/2" Hose Barb
1A
2
00421.51
6-32 x 1/4” SS Panhead Screw
3
2
03101.47
7/16" Clamp
1B
1
00739.50
Vacuum Breaker Cap
4
1
03106.45
1/2" I.D. Braided Hose
1C
1
03624.25
1/2” Vacuum Breaker Bonnet
5
1
16410.00
Vacuum Breaker Support 2” taller
1D
1
03623.00
1/2” Vacuum Breaker Repair Kit
6
1
40013.00
1/2 Barb x 1/2 MPT 90deg Ell
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6.2.9. Wash Pump Assembly
ITEM NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
1
2
1
1
13503.70
13503.71
Pump Head
Impeller
3
1
13503.72
Seal Kit
4
1
13503.73
Pump O-Ring
10
5
1
13503.74
Back Plate
6
1
N/A
Motor
7
1
13503.76
Capacitor
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8
9
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
13503.77
13503.60
Cover
GLC Pump - 1ph 240v, 60HZ
1
00201.44
GW-100 Pump – 1ph 115V
4
03101.00
Hose Clamp # 16 1"
11
1
03108.66
Transfer Hose 1” – 35”
12
1
03108.65
Transfer Hose 1” – 3-1/2”
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6.2.10. Conveyor Drive Assembly
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
14751.00
Drive Gear
6
4
00940.50
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8”
2
1
00104.83
VA Drain Motor Shaft Gasket
7
1
00810.47
Drive Motor 220V
3
1
16570.50
Drive Motor Housing
00810.49
Drive Motor 115V
4
1
00811.47
Extension Spring
16570.60
Drive Motor Housing Cover
5
1
00438.00
Snap Bushing Universal 875-11
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6.2.11. Waste Collector Assy. P/N 16565.00
ITEM NO.
NO. REQ’D
P/N
DESCRIPTION
1
1
16562.00
Waste Collector Screen
2
1
16560.00
Waste Collector Tray
3
1
06231.47
Label
4
1
03106.51
Clear Vinyl Tubing 1/2” ID x 3/4”OD
5
1
00899.01
Cleaning Drill not shown
6
1
00899.02
Cleaning Brush not shown
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POWER
ON/OFF
FLUSH
6
LEVEL CONTROL TIMER
FLOAT
SWITCH
3
2
1
ROCKER
SWITCH
DETERGENT
PRIMER
SANI
PRIMER
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RINSE
PRIMER
CONVEYOR
SHUT-OFF
SWITCH
B
CIRCUIT BOARD
CIRCUIT BOARD
CIRCUIT BOARD
24V
TRANSFORMER
240V
A
6
8
C
5
8
6
4
NO
3
7
2
NC
1
DET RELAY
7
6
4
C
5
C
5
2
1
NC
4
NO
3
NO
2
NC
1
3
SANI/RINSE RELAY
FILL/HEATER RELAY
RINSE
SANI
DET
GROUND
RINSE
SOLENOID
VALVE
WASH
SOLENOID
VALVE
HEATER
PUMP
MOTOR
CONVEYOR
MOTOR
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7. GLC Electrical Diagram
Page24
POWER
ON/OFF
FLUSH
3
24V
TRANSFORMER
115V
A
B
CIRCUIT BOARD
CIRCUIT BOARD
C
4
8
6
C
5
8
6
4
NO
3
7
2
NC
1
DET RELAY
7
5
3
NO
4
C
5
6
NO
3
2
NC
2
NC
1
1
SANI/RINSE RELAY
FILL/HEATER RELAY
CIRCUIT BOARD
LEVEL CONTROL TIMER
FLOAT
SWITCH
6
2
1
ROCKER
SWITCH
DETERGENT
PRIMER
SANI
PRIMER
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RINSE
PRIMER
CONVEYOR
SHUT-OFF
SWITCH
RINSE
SANI
DET
GROUND
G
L1
N
RINSE
SOLENOID
VALVE
WASH
SOLENOID
VALVE
HEATER
PUMP
MOTOR
CONVEYOR
MOTOR
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8. GW-100 Electrical Diagram
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