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Servend Ice & Beverage
Dispensing Units
Technician’s
Handbook
This manual is updated as new information and models
are released. Visit our website for the latest manual.
www.manitowocfsg.com
Leader in Ice & Beverage Dispensers
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Safety Notices
As you work on Manitowoc equipment, be sure to pay
close attention to the safety notices in this handbook.
Disregarding the notices may lead to serious injury
and/or damage to the equipment.
Throughout this handbook, you will see the following
types of safety notices:
! Warning
Text in a Warning box alerts you to a potential
personal injury situation. Be sure to read the
Warning statement before proceeding, and work
carefully.
! Caution
Text in a Caution box alerts you to a situation in
which you could damage the equipment. Be sure
to read the Caution statement before proceeding,
and work carefully.
Procedural Notices
As you work on Manitowoc equipment, be sure to read
the procedural notices in this handbook. These notices
supply helpful information which may assist you as
you work.
Throughout this handbook, you will see the following
types of procedural notices:
Important
Text in an Important box provides you with
information that may help you perform a
procedure more efficiently. Disregarding this
information will not cause damage or injury, but it
may slow you down as you work.
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NOTE: Text set off as a Note provides you with simple,
but useful, extra information about the procedure you
are performing.
Read These Before Proceeding:
! Caution
Proper installation, care and maintenance are
essential for maximum performance and troublefree operation of your Manitowoc equipment. If
you encounter problems not covered by this
handbook, do not proceed, contact Manitowoc
Foodservice Group. We will be happy to provide
assistance.
Important
Routine
adjustments
and
maintenance
procedures outlined in this handbook are not
covered by the warranty.
! Warning
PERSONAL INJURY POTENTIAL
Do not operate equipment that has been
misused, abused, neglected, damaged, or
altered/modified
from
that
of
original
manufactured specifications.
We reserve the right to make product
improvements at any time. Specifications and
design are subject to change without notice.
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Table of Contents
General Information
Model Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
How to Read a Model Number . . . . . . . . . 9
Dispensing Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Serial Number Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Installation
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Pre-installation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Drains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Water Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Setting Pressures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Component Identification
Typical Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
System Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Ice/Beverage and Counter Electric
Dispensers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Maintenance
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Sanitizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Shipping, Storage and Relocation . . . . . 87
Operation
Blade Tower Brixing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
CEV Electronic Ice & Carbonation Control 90
Flavor Magic Programming . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Flav’R-Pic External Programming . . . . . . 97
Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Programming . . . . 100
Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Brixing Procedure 105
FlexTower Programming Modes . . . . . . . 115
Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
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Agitation Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Troubleshooting
Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Liquid Level Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Diagnosing a Defective Carbonator . . . . 138
Component Specifications
Electrical Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Minimum Circuit Ampacity . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pump Deck Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Water Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
139
139
141
143
144
Charts
Flavor Magic Logic Matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Logic Matrix . . . . . 150
Diagrams
Blade Tower Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
CEV-30i & CEV-30e Plumbing . . . . . . . . . 156
CEV-40i & CEV-40e Plumbing . . . . . . . . . 158
CT-6 Plumbing and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . 160
CT-8 Plumbing and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . 161
CF-1522 Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
DI-1522 Post-mix Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . 164
DI-1522 Pre-mix Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . 164
DI/DIL-2323 6 Valve Post-mix Plumbing 165
DI/DIL-2323 8 Valve Post-mix Plumbing &
Variety Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
DI/DIL-2323 10 Valve Post-mix Plumbing 167
DI/DIL-2323 6 Valve Pre-mix Plumbing . 168
Flavor Magic Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
FRP-250 Plumbing Diagram . . . . . . . . . . 170
FRP-250 & FRP-250SCI Tubing Layout . 171
FT-8 Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
FT-12 Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
FlexTower Water Recirculation Pump Flow
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
FlexTower Water Chiller Flow . . . . . . . . . 173
MDH-302 12 Valve Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . 174
MDH-402 16 Valve Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . 175
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MDH-402 20 Valve Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . 176
S/SV150 6 Valve Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
S/SV175 8 Valve Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
S/SV200/250/SV-250QD 8 Valve Diagram 178
S/SV200/250 10 Valve Diagram . . . . . . . . 178
Flex Manifold Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
CEV Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
CF Drop-In Series Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Drop-in Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
Flavor Magic Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192
Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Wiring . . . . . . . . . . 193
FlexTower Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195
MDH-302 & MDH-402 Wiring . . . . . . . . . . 199
NGF-250 Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
quickdraw Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202
S/SV/SVi Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
Selectable Ice Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
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General Information
Model Numbers
This manual covers the following models:
CEV-30j
CEV-30e
CEV-30i
CEV-40e
CEV-40i
CT-6
CT-8
DI-1522
DI-2323
DIL-2323
FRP-250
FRP-250SCI
FT-8
FT-12
FT-16
M-15
M-45
M-90
MDH-302
MDH-402
MDH-302CI
MDH-302SCI
MDH-402CI
MDH-402SCI
NGF-250
NGF-250QD
S-150
S-200
S-250
SV-150
SV-175
SV-200
SV-250
SV-150i
SV-175i
SV-200i
SV-250i
SV-250QD
SV-200SCI
SV-250SCI
BLADE TOWER
FLAVOR MAGIC
How to Read a Model Number
Model Base
Model Prefix
Model Suffix
SV–250–i
S - Ice Dispenser
SV - Ice/Beverage
Dispenser
i - Internal Carb
QD - Quickdraw
Ice Capacity
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Manitowoc Foodservice developed this manual as a
reference guide for the service agent and installer of
fountain equipment.
Fountain dispensing is the serving of a beverage (soft
drink, tea, or juice, etc.) from a dispenser that will chill
the product to an acceptable serving temperature for
the consumer.
The beverage, delivery system and dispenser can be
postmix or premix. The system may be an elaborate
system with most of the components in the back of the
store and the dispenser in the front. Fountain systems
could be a simple system with the complete system
under the counter where the dispenser is located.
Our goal is that this manual will remove some of the
confusion, and mystery of beverage dispensing
equipment while providing a general overview of
service to the equipment.
Dispensing Basics
WHAT IS CARBONATION
Carbonation is the process of mixing carbon dioxide
gas into a liquid (water). The resulting liquid is called
soda water or carbonated water. The carbon dioxide
gas is the bubbles you see when a carbonated
beverage (like soda) is dispensed.
Most cola, lemon-lime products, etc. are carbonated.
Normally teas, juices, etc. are noncarbonated.
Some beverage technicians refer to noncarbonated
water as sweet water.
WATER CHARACTERISTICS
Water makes up over 80% of the typical finished
beverage. The quality of this primary ingredient is of
utmost importance. You should use regular cold tap
water, not water that has been through a water
softener, conditioner, etc. Any off taste or color should
be treated by proper water filtration.
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WATER FILTERS
It is recommended that proper water filters treat the
water supply for the beverages. There are two basic
filters commonly in use.
1. Pre-filter, or sand filter. This filter removes any
foreign matter from the water down to 25 microns
in size.
2. Carbon or activated charcoal filter is also used.
This filter will reduce chlorine and other
chemicals, off-taste and odor. Some of the higher
quality filters may reduce organic compounds
(bacteria) in the water.
Do not use a filter containing any type of phosphate on
the beverage system. Phosphate as used for scale
reduction will cause the beverage to lose its
carbonation and become “flat” quickly.
WATER PRESSURES
Dynamic (flowing) water pressures to most
carbonators should be a minimum of 40 PSI
(1.38 bar). Water pressure to dispensers for
noncarbonated beverages should be a minimum of
50 pounds (22.7 kg). These pressures are minimum
operating pressures, not static pressure.
SYRUP BASICS
Your concentrated syrup containers should be stored
in a cool dry location that is easily accessible. Any
extremes in temperature can wreak havoc with the
quality of the product. For best results, the syrup
should be maintained in an environment between 40°
and 90°F (4.4° and 32.2°C).
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PREMIX
Premix fountain dispensing consists of a container of
beverage ready for dispensing, beverage delivery
system, carbon dioxide (CO2) propellant, beverage
cooling system, and dispenser. We shall discuss each
component of this type of system within the context of
this manual.
The major advantage of a premix system over most
other types is its flexibility. This flexibility is the ability to
go anywhere. Many premix systems will operate
without electric power or separate water supply.
POSTMIX
Postmix fountain dispensing consists of either a tank
(called a Figal) or a box (called a Bag-in-Box) of
beverage syrup. The postmix system will also include
the carbonator, fresh water supply, carbon dioxide
(CO2) supply, syrup delivery system, beverage cooling
system, and dispenser. We shall discuss each
component of this type of system within the context of
this manual.
The major advantage of the postmix system over most
other systems is the very low cost of delivering a high
quality, fresh beverage to the consumer utilizing less
floor and storage space for the quantity of beverages
served.
PIPING
The fountain system is connected together by a series
of tubing or hoses. This tubing is called beverage tube
and is commonly available in 1/4" (0.64 cm), 3/8" (0.95
cm), and 1/2" (1.27 cm) inside diameters. Beverage
tubing is a flexible, high-pressure tubing. This tubing is
capable of withstanding system pressures in excess of
100 PSI (6.9 bar). The beverage tubing may be an
individual line or assembled with many lines of tubing
bundled together.
The beverage tubing is attached to the various
components of the system with barbed stems, nuts,
tees, etc. The tubing is held onto the fittings with small
tube clamps called stepless (Oetiker®) clamps. When
attaching the tubing and fitting to a “flared” fitting, the
use of a flare washer is required.
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Several different types of tubing are available for the
beverage industry. If there is any possibility of the
tubing laying in a damp environment, the use of
non-permeable tubing should be used. Tubing is also
available as a single tube or bundled together. Single
tube is available as non-permeable plastic or stainless
steel. Bundled tube is available as plastic only.
Accessories
BAFFLE FOR MANITOWOC® ICE MACHINES
When installing a Manitowoc Ice Machine on a
dispenser, a baffle kit is required for proper installation.
The baffle kit is designed to prevent ice from lying
against the front of the ice machine, and melting down
the front of the dispenser. There are two different
baffle kits available for “S” series ice machines, one kit
is for the 30" (76.2 cm) wide machine, and the other kit
is for the 22" (55.9 cm) wide machine. There is also a
kit for “Q” series ice machines.
Kits are available through your local distributor. List
prices may be subject to change without notification.
Please call your local parts distributor for current
pricing before ordering.
NOTE: For full information about ice machine
installation, including plumbing lines connections and
electrical requirements, see the ice machine
installation manual.
MANUAL FILL LID FOR DISPENSERS
WITH AN ICE MACHINE
If you are top mounting your dispenser with an ice
machine, you will require a lid for the manual fill area
at the top, front of the dispenser.
If you ordered a dispenser and an ice machine at the
same time, the manual fill lid may be included with the
unit. The manual fill lid can be ordered from your local
distributor.
LEGS
Legs are optional equipment with most MBE
dispensers. Standard legs are 4" (10.2 cm) tall
stainless steel legs. We do not recommend using legs
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when an ice machine is mounted on the dispenser.
The combined weight of the dispenser, ice and ice
machine is more evenly distributed when the base
area of the dispenser is in contact with the countertop.
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Serial Number Location
This number is required when requesting information
from your local distributor. The serial number is listed
on the SERIAL NUMBER DECAL affixed to the
dispenser.
Label
Serial Number Location
Warranty Information
Consult your local MBE Distributor for terms and
conditions of your warranty. Your warranty specifically
excludes all beverage valve brixing, general
adjustments, cleaning, accessories and related
servicing.
Your warranty card must be returned to MBE to
activate the warranty on this equipment. If a warranty
card is not returned, the warranty period can begin
when the equipment leaves the MBE factory.
No equipment may be returned to MBE without a
written Return Materials Authorization (RMA).
Equipment returned without an RMA will be refused at
MBE’s dock and returned to the sender at the sender’s
expense.
Please contact your local MBE distributor for return
procedures.
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Installation
General
These instructions are provided to assist the qualified
installer. Contact your Manitowoc Beverage
Equipment Service Agent or call Manitowoc Beverage
Equipment for information regarding start-up services.
Important
Failure to follow these installation guidelines may
affect warranty coverage.
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Dimensions
ICE/BEVERAGE & COUNTER ELECTRIC
DISPENSER DIMENSIONS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Note: Graphic above is for illustration purposes only, and
may not look like your unit.
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29.88"
(75.9 cm)
24.25"
(61.6 cm)
32.00" (81.30 cm)
33.00" / 44.00" w/EMerch
(83.8 cm / 111.7 cm)
32.00" / 44.00" w/EMerch1 /
54.00" w/EMerch2
(81.2 cm / 111.7 cm 137.1 cm)
24.81"
(63.0 cm)
24.81"
(63.0 cm)
34.81"
(88.4 cm)
39.81"
(101.1 cm)
CEV-30
CEV-40
M-45
M-90
MDH-302
(SCI)
MDH-402
(SCI)
S/SV-150
S/SV-175
S/SV-200
S/SV/FRP/
NGF-250
(QD & SCI)
* C = Valve height using Flomatic Valves.
A
29.88"
(75.9 cm)
MODEL
B
30.00"
(76.2 cm)
30.00"
(76.2 cm)
23.00"
(58.4 cm)
23.00"
(58.4 cm)
60.00"
(152.4 cm)
42.75"
(108.5 cm)
15.00"
(38.10 cm)
15.00"
(38.10 cm)
26.00"
(66.0 cm)
20.50"
(52.7 cm)
C*
9.94"
(17.6 cm)
9.94"
(17.6 cm)
9.94"
(17.6 cm)
9.94"
(17.6 cm)
9.94"
(17.6 cm)
9.94"
(17.6 cm)
9.75"
(24.8 cm)
9.75"
(24.8 cm)
11.76"
(29.8 cm)
11.76"
(29.8 cm)
D
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
4.44"
(11.3 cm)
E
22.63"
(57.5 cm)
22.63"
(57.5 cm)
22.63"
(57.5 cm)
22.63"
(57.5 cm)
22.50"
(57.2 cm)
22.50"
(57.2 cm)
18.00”
(45.7 cm)
17.88”
(45.4 cm)
N/A
N/A
F
28.00"
(71.1 cm)
28.00"
(71.1 cm)
28.00"
(71.1 cm)
28.00"
(71.1 cm)
28.00"
(71.1 cm)
28.00"
(71.1 cm)
26.37”
(67.0 cm)
26.37”
(67.0 cm)
N/A
N/A
G
31.13"
(79.1 cm)
31.13"
(79.1 cm)
31.13"
(79.1 cm)
31.13"
(79.1 cm)
30.50"
(77.4 cm)
30.50"
(77.4 cm)
28.00”
(71.1 cm)
28.00”
(71.1 cm)
25.75"
(65.4 cm)
25.75"
(65.4 cm)
H
20.00"
(50.8 cm)
20.00"
(50.8 cm)
20.00"
(50.8 cm)
20.00"
(50.8 cm)
21.25"
(54.0 cm)
20.50"
(52.0 cm)
19.37”
(49.2cm)
19.37”
(49.2cm)
17.00"
(43.1 cm)
17.00"
(43.1 cm)
I
27.44"
(69.7 cm)
27.44"
(69.7 cm)
22.44"
(57.0 cm)
20.44"
(51.9 cm)
56.50"
(143.6 cm)
38.75"
(98.4 cm)
12.75”
(32.4 cm)
12.75”
(32.4 cm)
23.00"
(58.4 cm)
17.50"
(44.4 cm)
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DROP-IN & CT DIMENSIONS
E
A
B
G
D
F
C
H
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N/A
N/A
44.38”
(112.8 cm)
56.75”
(144.2 cm)
MODEL
CT-6
CT-8
DI-1522
DI/DIL-2323
B
46.75"
(118.8 cm)
38.38"
(97.5 cm)
N/A
N/A
C*
9.50"
(24.2 cm)
9.50"
(24.2 cm)
9.50"
(24.2 cm)
9.50"
(24.2 cm)
D
23.00"
(58.5 cm)
15.00"
(38.2 cm)
15.50"
(39.8 cm)
14.25"
(36.2 cm)
E
33.75”
(85.8 cm)
22.38”
(56.9 cm)
25.00”
(63.5 cm)
17.00”
(43.2 cm)
F
23.75"
(60.4 cm)
16.38"
(42.8 cm)
23.75"
(60.4 cm)
16.38"
(42.8 cm)
G
23.00”
(58.5 cm)
22.00”
(55.9 cm)
N/A
N/A
H
23.00"
(58.5 cm)
22.00"
(55.9 cm)
22.85”
(58.1 cm)
22.50”
(57.2 cm)
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FLEXTOWER DIMENSIONS
A
C
B
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MODEL
A
B
C
FT-8/12/16
36.00"
(91.5 cm)
14.00"
(35.6 cm)
9.50"
(24.2 cm)
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BLADE TOWER DIMENSIONS
B
D
E
H
G
A
C
F
MODEL
A
B
C
D
BLADE
TOWER
17.30"
(44.0 cm)
11.86"
(30.2 cm)
10.75"
(27.3 cm)
9.68"
(24.6 cm)
E
F
G
H
3.29"
(8.4 cm)
4.88"
(12.4 cm)
7.39"
(18.8 cm)
5.00"
(12.7 cm)
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ICE/BEVERAGE & COUNTER ELECTRIC
DISPENSER FOOTPRINTS
A
C
Minimum Area
for Cutout
B
D
Maximum Area
for Cutout
NOTE: Footprint above is for illustration purposes only,
and may not look like the bottom of your unit.
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MODEL
Maximum
Minimum
A
B
C
D
CEV-30
14.50"
(36.8 cm)
12.50"
(31.7 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
CEV-40
20.00"
(50.8 cm)
12.50"
(31.7 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
M-45
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
12.00"
(30.5 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
12.00"
(30.5 cm)
M-90
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
12.00"
(30.5 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
12.00"
(30.5 cm)
MDH-302*
36.75"
(93.3 cm)
20.50"
(52.1 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
12.00"
(30.5 cm)
MDH-402*
38.75"
(98.4 cm)
20.50"
(52.1 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
12.00"
(30.5 cm)
S/SV-150
19.00"
(48.3 cm)
17.81"
(45.2 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
S/SV-175
21.00"
(53.3 cm)
17.81"
(45.2 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
S/SV-200
& 250**
26.00"
(66.0 cm)
17.81"
(45.2 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
8.00"
(20.3 cm)
* Includes models ending in SCI
** Includes NGF, FRP, and models ending in QD or SCI
! Warning
Cutting the countertop may decrease its strength.
Counter must be braced to support the dispenser
countertop weight plus ice storage capacity and
weight of ice machine, if applicable.
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DROP-IN & CT FOOTPRINTS
DI/DIL-1522 & 2323
DI 1522 cut out width 15.25" (38.7 cm)
DI 1522 cut out depth 22.25" (56.5 cm)
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DI/DIL 2323 cut out depth 23.25" (59.1 cm)
DI/DIL 2323 cut out width 23.25" (59.1 cm)
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CT-6
A
B
C
D
M
L
Perimeter
of CT-6
Base
K
J
I
E
H
F
G
Cut Pattern in Counter Top
A
B
C
D
E
12.375"
4.625"
0.313"
1.625"
10.50"
(31.43 cm) (11.75 cm) (0.80 cm) (4.13 cm) (26.67 cm)
F
G
1.50"
(3.81 cm)
1.50"
(3.81 cm)
H
K
L
M
1.188"
(3.02 cm)
1.625"
(4.13 cm)
0.313"
(0.80 cm)
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3.625"
0.25"
(9.21 cm) (0.64 cm)
J
1.938"
(4.92 cm)
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CT-8
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
P
O
N
H
I
J
Perimeter
of CT-8
Base
M
Cut Pattern in
Counter Top
K
L
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A
B
C
D
23.25"
(59.1 cm)
20.25"
(51.44 cm)
15.25"
(38.74 cm)
11.25"
(28.58 cm)
E
F
G
H
4.75"
(12.07 cm)
1.75"
(4.45 cm)
1.56"
(3.96 cm)
0.75"
(1.91 cm)
I
J
K
L
1.50"
(3.81 cm)
3.25"
(8.26 cm)
2.50"
(6.35 cm)
22.50"
(57.15 cm)
M
N
O
P
8.00"
(20.32 cm)
1.47"
(3.73 cm)
2.25"
(5.72 cm)
1.56"
(3.96 cm)
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FLEXTOWER FOOTPRINT
A
B
G
C
F
Supply Line Opening
Through Bottom
Front of Unit
(Drainpan)
E
D
A
B
C
D
(2X) 3.407"
(8.65 cm)
(2X) 5.75"
(14.61 cm)
(2X) 11.265"
(28.61 cm)
(2X) 5.265"
(13.37 cm)
E
F
G
(4X) Ø 0.25"
(0.64 cm)
7.701"
(19.56 cm)
13.627"
(34.61 cm)
NOTE: The FlexTower must be secured to the
countertop using the four holes provided in the base of
the unit and using the hardware provided. Follow
customer guidelines for placement of the unit or
approximately 10 inches (25.4 cm) from the edge of
the counter. A mounting template is provided which is
printed on the shipping carton. NOTE: DO NOT
DISCARD SHIPPING CARTON UNTIL MOUNTING
TEMPLATE IS REMOVED.
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M
A
B
4.50"
4.00"
(11.43 cm) (10.16 cm)
Counter Top Area
E
I
Tower
Cut Out
A
B
C
H
D
F
Drainpan
Cut Out
J
G
L
K
BLADE TOWER FOOTPRINT
C
D
E
0.25"
(0.64 cm)
2.43"
(6.17 cm)
Ø 0.218"
(0.55 cm)
(4 places)
I
J
F
G
H
2.50"
(6.35 cm)
4.00"
(10.16 cm)
1.00"
(2.54 cm)
K
L
M
7.55"
15.13"
(19.18 cm) (38.43 cm)
4.82"
5.38"
6.38"
(12.24 cm) (13.67 cm) (16.21 cm)
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Pre-installation Checklist
TOP MOUNTED ICE MACHINE INSTALLATIONS
Location — Avoid placing the dispenser
and/or ice machine near heat sources such
as radiators, ovens, and direct sunlight.
Clearances — Six inch (15.2 cm) clearance
on all sides of the icemaker is needed.
Front of icemaker to be flush with front of
dispenser — The front of the icemaker must
be flush with the front of the dispenser. When
the icemaker is flush with the front of the
dispenser, some icemakers may overhang at
the back of the dispenser.
Drains — A separate drain line is required
for the ice machine, in addition to a drain line
for the ice/beverage dispenser.
Dispensers may require an adapter kit to
install some top-mounted icemakers.
Contact your local distributor for the correct
adapter kit.
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D
B
E
C
A
A
B
C
D
E
6"
(15.2 cm)
6"
(15.2 cm)
6"
(15.2 cm)
6"
(15.2 cm)
6"
(15.2 cm)
For full information about icemaker installation,
including plumbing lines connections and
electrical requirements, see the icemaker
installation manual.
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Location
The location selected for the beverage dispenser must
meet the following criteria. If any of these criteria are
not met, select another location.
• The air temperature must be at least 50°F (10°C),
but must not exceed 95°F (35°C).
• The location must not be near heat-generating
equipment or in direct sunlight and must be
protected from weather.
• The countertop must be level. Verify that the
countertop can support the weight of the
dispenser, or the dispenser/ice machine
combination plus the weight of the stored ice.
• Water lines, drains and power outlet must be within
6' (1.8 m) of location.
! Warning
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) displaces oxygen.
Exposure to a high concentration of CO2 gas
causes tremors, which are followed rapidly by
loss of consciousness and suffocation. If a CO2
gas leak is suspected, particularly in a small area,
immediately ventilate the area before repairing
the leak. CO2 lines and pumps must not be
installed in an enclosed space. An enclosed
space can be a cooler or small room or closet.
This may include convenience stores with glass
door self serve coolers. If you suspect CO2 may
build up in an area, venting of the B-I-B pumps
and/or CO2 monitors must be utilized.
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Drains
ICE & ICE/BEVERAGE DISPENSER DRAINS
Drainage Through Bottom
90° Elbow Fitting
Radiator Clamp
Flexible Tubing
Drainage Through Back
Straight Fitting
Radiator Clamp
Flexible Tubing
Rear View
Rear Access for Drain Hose
and Beverage Lines
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FLEXTOWER DRAIN
Drainage Through Bottom
90° Elbow Fitting
Radiator Clamp
Flexible Tubing
Drainage Through Back
Straight Fitting
Radiator Clamp
Flexible Tubing
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Rear View
Rear Access for Drain Hose
and Beverage Lines
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BLADE TOWER DRAIN
Flush Mount Drain — 020001388
NOTE: The Blade Tower can be set up to use an
existing drain or an optional drain can be ordered for
use with the tower. The illustration above shows the
optional flush mount drain setup (Part Number
020001388). If using the optional flush mount drain, be
sure to plumb according to local codes.
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Water Supply
RECOMMENDED PLUMBING
The plumbing diagram is printed on a white vinyl label,
located above the inlet tubes for syrup and water. The
plumbing diagram label can be accessed by removing
the splash panel of the dispenser. The plumbing
diagram label explains which inlet coldplate fittings
supply which dispenser valves and water manifolds.
The water supply must first be connected to the
carbonator pump (not shown) before plumbing to
connection “A” shown on the plumbing diagram. The
carbonator pump deck must be within six feet (1.8 m)
of the dispenser for optimum performance. See the
B-I-B installation diagram for system pressure
settings.
Important
When installing cold carbonated (Internal Carb)
equipment, never put a tee for the plain water
connection in the line from the pump deck to the
cold plate. Putting a tee in the line will create
service problems and bad drink quality.
NOTE: Valves are read from right to left.
A check valve must be installed in the water
supply line 3 feet (0.9 m) from the noncarbonated
water connection “PW”. Contact factory if not
installed.
Important
When installing a CEV unit the lowest
recommended TDS reading for the water bath is
100 PPM.
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Setting Pressures
PRE-MIX PRESSURES
Normal pre-mix pressure regulators must be set at
60 psi (4.14 bar). Diet pre-mix pressure regulators
must be set at 40 psi (2.76 bar). If you are
experiencing high foaming, decreasing the pressures
may correct the problem. Spitting and popping usually
requires slightly increasing the pressures. Pre-mix
beverage valve pressures vary by type and
manufacturer. Please consult the manufacturer of the
valves you are using for specific instructions regarding
operation of the valve.
COLD CARB AND AMBIENT SYSTEM PRESSURES
1. Incoming tap water — must be at a minimum
dynamic pressure of 40 psi (2.76 bar) and
maximum static pressure of 65 psi (4.48 bar)
(measured at inlet to pump).
Important
If incoming water pressure is under 40 psi
(2.76 bar), a water booster is recommended. If
incoming water pressure is over 65 psi (4.48 bar),
a water regulating valve is required.
2. B-I-B pressure gauge must be set for a minimum
of 60 psi (4.14 bar) or according to your line run.
3. Carbonator Pressure gauge (Use Preset
Regulator):
-
Cold Carbonation set for 75 psi (5.17 bar).
-
Ambient systems must be set at 90 psi to
105 psi (6.20 bar to 7.24 bar).
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QUICKDRAW INSTALLATION
! Warning
Personal Injury
Hazardous Moving Parts
Do not adjust regulator valve above 50 psig
(3.45 bar).
Recommended operating parameters are
40 - 50 psig (2.76 - 3.45 bar).
NOTE: The Quickdraw unit requires a supply of CO2.
The pressure requirement for the CO2 supply is
75 psig (5.17 bar). The adjustable Ice Dispense CO2
regulator in the electric box must be set at 40 to 45 psi
(2.76 to 3.10 bar). The Ice Dispense CO2 Regulator
must never be set above 45 psi (3.10 bar).
Turn CO2 supply on to the dispenser. Each cold carb
pump deck is furnished with a fixed regulator set at
75 psi (5.17 bar). Ambient units need to be set
between 90 and 105 psi (6.24 and 6.90 bar).
Important
The ice portion sizes must be adjusted to
customer requirements at the time of installation.
(See the Quickdraw Ice Portion Adjustments
section for more information.)
BACK ROOM PACKAGE
Incoming tap water — Must be at a minimum
dynamic pressure of 40 psi (2.76 bar) and maximum
static pressure of 65 psi (4.48 bar). If pressure can not
be attained, a water booster may be needed.
Carbonator Water pump motor — Powers the water
pump. The water pump motor is part of the carbonator
pump deck.
Carbonator Water pump — Pumps tap water into the
carbonator tank. The water pump is part of the
carbonator. The incoming water for the carbonator
must be first run through the pump before connecting
to the proper cold plate inlet.
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Internal/External Carbonator tank — Combines CO2
gas and tap water to form carbonated water. The
“carbonator” is the carbonator tank, water pump and
water pump motor.
CO2 cylinder — Holds highly pressurized carbon
dioxide (CO2). The CO2 cylinder is a steel or
aluminum cylinder tank. CO2 gas flows through the
primary pressure regulator.
Bag-In-Box (B-I-B) pressure gauge — Set for 60 80 psi (4.14 - 5.51 bar). Indicates CO2 pressure going
to B-I-B pumps.
Primary pressure regulator – Lowers the CO2 gas
pressure, to 100 psi (6.90 bar), so the CO2 gas will be
at the proper pressure to enter the carbonator
regulator.
Lowered outgoing pressure — Set for 75 psi
(5.17 bar). Gauge indicates lowered outgoing
pressure from the CO2 cylinder after being routed
through the primary pressure regulator at 90 psi to
105 psi (6.20 bar to 7.24 bar).
Secondary pressure regulator — Lowers the CO2
gas pressure before the CO2 gas flows to the syrup
pump. CO2 pressure activates the syrup pump. 30 psi
(2.07 bar) on Flavor Magic and FRP-250 units with
flavor shots.
Syrup pump — Draws syrup out of the bag-in-box
syrup package. Syrup flows through the syrup lines to
the dispenser for chilling, then dispensing. There is a
syrup pump for each bag-in-box syrup system.
Bag-In-Box (B-I-B) syrup cartons — Box which
contains a plastic bag, filled with syrup.
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Component Identification
Typical Systems
TYPICAL INTERNAL CARBONATION (IC)
ICE/BEVERAGE DISPENSING SYSTEM
Dispenser
Carbonator Tank
Carbonate,
Non-carbonate
Beverage Manifold
Countertop
B-I-B Syrup
Pump
Syrup
Tap Water
Tap Water
Bag-In-Box
Syrup
Carton
CO2
CO2
CO2
CO2 Cylinder
TYPICAL EXTERNAL CARBONATION (AMBIENT)
ICE/BEVERAGE DISPENSING SYSTEM
Dispenser
w/Coldplate
Bag-in-box
Syrup
Carton
B-I-B Syrup Pump
Countertop
Syrup
Non-carbonated
Water
Tap Water
Syrup
Carbonated
Water
CO2
CO2
CO2
Tap Water
Carbonator CO2 Cylinder
Tank
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Syrup
Syrup
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TYPICAL INTERNAL CARBONATION (IC) CEV
DISPENSING SYSTEM
Carbonator Tank
1/3 hp
Motor
Post Chill Coil
125 gph
Pump
To Carb
Tank
Countertop
Syrup
B-I-B Syrup
Pump
CO2 Cylinder
CO2
Tap Water (50 psi [3.4 bar])
To Carbonator Pump
Tap Water (50 psi [3.4 bar])
Non-Carb
Evaporator Coil (Ice Bank)
Dispenser
ox
n-B on
g-I
rt
Ba p Ca
ru
Sy
CO2
Syrup
NOTE: This is a simplified schematic to show the
basic operation of the beverage system.
TYPICAL EXTERNAL CARBONATION (AMBIENT)
CEV DISPENSING SYSTEM
Post Chill Coil
Evaporator Coil
(Ice Bank)
Dispenser
Syrup
Non-carbonated
Water
CO2
Tap Water
Carbonator
Tank
B-I-B Syrup
Pump
Carbonated
Water
CO2 Cylinder
Tap Water
Countertop
ox
n-B on
g-I
rt
Ba p Ca
ru
Sy
CO2
Syrup
NOTE: This is a simplified schematic to show the
basic operation of the beverage system.
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CEV ELECTRONIC ICE & CARBONATION
CONTROL
Power
On
Carbonator
On
Off
Compressor
Off
Power in
On
Off
Ice
Control
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Carbonator
Common
High Ice
Low Ice
Voltage
Selection
Switch
Ground
Line
Line
1.035"
(2.63 cm)
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System Components
BLADE TOWER
Dispensing
Valve
Stainless Steel
Cabinet
Drain
Flow Control Base
Latch Pin
Water Shut-off
Syrup
Shut-off
Water Flow
Rate Adjustment
Syrup Flow
Rate Adjustment
Mixer Block
Latch Pin
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DROP-IN
Merchandiser
Valves
Splash Panel
Tower
Key Switch
Model/Serial Name Plate
Drainpan Grid
Lid
Drain Pan
Ice Chest
Cold Plate
Model/Serial
Name Plate
Carbonator
Pump Deck
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Flex Manifold
Plumbing Diagram
Soda/Syrup
Inlet Lines
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FLAVOR MAGIC MODULE
Item
Number
48
Part
Number
Description
1
501-25
NOZZLE SOFTPOUR BLK
2
00850350
FLAT WASHER 0.218ID X
3
0905403
CLIP PLAS WIRE & CORD
4
5012790
SCR 10-32X3/8 KNURL UNSLT
5
5029806
RIVNUT 10-32 .020-.130
6
5030446
TUBING 1/4IN OD X 4FT
7
5031193
KEYPAD 4 BUTTON 5 PIN FM
8
5031453
RETAINER QUAD TUBE FM
9
020000473
CVR FRONT FM ICEPIC
10
020000493
CVR REAR FM ICEPIC
11
020000846
BRKT MNTG CENTER
12
020001033
PAD LED FM
13
020001034
LABEL LOGO SERVEND HORZ
14
020001035
LABEL FM GRAPHIC
15
20001153
BRKT WELDED FM
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FLEXTOWER
Cosmetic Nozzle
Splash Shield
Grid
Drain Pan
Removable
Rivet
Control Board
Program
Button
LED
Water Valve
Syrup Injection
Shroud
Touchpad
Selection
Areas
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FLAV’R-PIC (FRP-250 & FRP-250SCI)
Selectable Ice
Touch Pad
Lower
Merchandiser
and Beverage
Selection Touch
Pads
Nozzles
Splash
Panel
50
Merchandiser
Nozzles
Key Switch
Ice Chute
Drainpan Grid
Drainpan
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INTERNAL CARBONATORS
Vertical Carbonator
Level Probe
Water Inlet
CO2 Inlet
Carb Water
Outlet
Pressure Relief
Valve
Horizontal Carbonator
Water Inlet
CO2 Inlet
Electronic
Probes
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Pressure
Relief Valve
Carbonated
Water Outlet
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BAG-IN-BOX (B-I-B) SYSTEM
Booster System
(If Required)
Water Regulator
40-55 psi
(2.8-3.8 bar)
From Water Supply
Filter
52
To B-I-B Pump
To B-I-B Pumps From B-I-B
To Syrup Inlet Barbs on Unit
To CO2 Manifold (B-I-B Pumps)
From CO2 Supply 60 psi (4.1 bar)
B-I-B
Water to Carbonator Pump
To Non-carbonated Water Inlet Barb
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Ice/Beverage and Counter Electric
Dispensers
Ice Bin on Ice
Dispensing
Units
Merchandiser
Soda
Valves
Key Switch
Splash
Panel
Counter
Carb/Non-Carb
Water Manifold and
Syrup/Soda Inlet
(Behind Splash
Panel)
Drainpan
Grid
Drainpan
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-
54
Non-carbonated
water to water
inlets on Unit
(Non-insulated)
from carbonator
pump
Carbonated
Water to Manifold
(Insulated)
Items have been removed for clarity.
16 valve unit is shown.
Non-carbonated
water to water
inlets on Unit
(Non-insulated)
from carbonator
pump
CO2 Regulator
Fixed at
75 psi
(5.2 bar)
CO2 Supply
100 psi (6.9 bar) Min.
Cold Carbonation Deck
Water from
Booster to
Pump Inlet
Carbonated Water
to Mainifold
(Insulated)
Cold Water to
Carbonator Tank
(Insulated)
Plain Water to Manifold
(non-insulated)
Cold Water to
Carbonator Tank
(Insulated)
Plain Water to Manifold
(non-insulated)
Regulator
50-55 psi
(3.4-3.8 bar)
For tank
pressures, refer
to manual for
specifications
Filtration
System
Cut-in 70 psi (4.8 bar)
Cut-out 100 psi (6.9 bar)
Booster
System
B-I-B Set to
60 psi
(4.1 bar)
Municipal
Water Supply
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MDH-402 (CI & SCI) INTERNAL
CARBONATION DISPENSING SYSTEM
NOTE:
Cold carbonator deck must be within 10 ft (3.05 m) of unit to
function properly.
Cold carbonation deck must be placed on a level surface.
Cold carbonation deck requires booster system if supply
water pressure is below 40 psi (2.8 bar), or if two units are
installed on the same water line.
filtration system may be placed before booster pump (per
customer specifications).
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Maintenance
Cleaning
ICE/BEVERAGE & COUNTER ELECTRIC DAILY
CLEANING
All cleaning must meet your local health department
regulations. The following cleaning instructions are
provided as a guide.
! Caution
Use only warm soapy water to clean the exterior
of the tower. Do not use solvents or other
cleaning agents. Do not pour hot coffee into the
drain pan. Pouring hot coffee down the drain pan
can eventually crack the drain pan, especially if
the drain pan is cold or still contains ice.
! Warning
Electric Shock Hazard
Unplug unit before servicing or cleaning.
! Warning
When using cleaning fluids or chemicals, rubber
gloves and eye protection must be worn.
Clean the exterior and drain pan:
1. Turn off the key switch located on either right or
left side of the unit.
2. Lift the grid and remove it from the drain pan.
3. Using mild soap, warm water and a clean cloth,
wipe the drain pan and splash panel. Then, rinse
with clean, warm water. Allow plenty of warm (not
hot) water to run down the drain of the drain pan,
to remove syrup residue that can clog the drain
opening.
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4. Wash the grid, then rinse with clean water. Place
the grid back in the drain pan.
5. Wash all exterior surfaces of the unit with warm
water and a clean cloth. Wipe again with a clean,
dry cloth.
Clean the dispensing valves:
6. Remove nozzles and diffusers from beverage
valves.
Nozzle Removal
NOTE: The Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250 and FRP-250SCI)
model have different dispensing nozzles. Remove
nozzles from each dispense point by (a) grasping it
firmly and turning it clockwise about 1/4" (0.64 cm)
then (b) pulling down.
a
b
7. Rinse nozzle and/or diffuser with warm, clean
water.
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8. Clean nozzles and diffusers with soapy water and
a soft bristle brush.
9. Clean the underside of the beverage valves with
warm, soapy water. Rinse with clean damp towel.
10. Replace nozzles and diffusers on valves.
11. Turn on the key switch.
ICE/BEVERAGE AND COUNTER ELECTRIC
MONTHLY CLEANING
! Warning
Unplug unit before servicing or cleaning ice bin.
Ice bin contains parts that can move at any time
and will cause injury if hands are in the way.
! Warning
When using cleaning fluids or chemicals, rubber
gloves and eye protection must be worn.
Clean and sanitize the ice bin:
1. Unplug unit and remove all ice from the ice bin.
2. Mix a solution of mild detergent to clean the
dispenser bin and components.
3. Wash the ice bin using a sponge and the mild
detergent solution.
4. Using the mild detergent solution and a soft bristle
brush or clean cloth, clean the following dispenser
parts:
- Entire bin
- Paddle wheel (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Paddle wheel area (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Agitator (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Paddle wheel pin (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Ice chute (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Rear bushing (Ice Dispensing Units)
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- Motor shaft (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Strip lids (where applicable)
5. Rinse all the parts in clean, running water.
6. Prepare 2 gallons (7.6 l) of sanitizing solution by
mixing 1/2 ounce (14.2 g) of household bleach
(that contains 5.25% sodium hypochlorite) with
2 gallons (7.6 l) of 120°F (48.9°C) water. The
mixture must not exceed 100 PPM of chlorine. Or
mix a solution of any approved sanitizer, following
the directions for mixing and applying the
sanitizer.
7. Sanitize the ice bin and cold plate with the
sanitizing solution for at least 10 seconds.
8. Allow to air dry. Do not rinse.
Re-assembling the dispenser parts:
9. Re-assemble parts in the following order:
- Bin liner (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Paddle wheel (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Agitator (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Paddle wheel pin (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Ice chute (Ice Dispensing Units)
- Merchandiser
10. Hand tighten all knurled fasteners.
11. Pour in fresh, sanitary ice and replace the plastic
lid on the top of the dispenser.
12. Plug in the unit’s electrical cord.
13. Check for proper ice dispensing.
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CLEANING CHECKLIST
• Check CO2 supply. If CO2 supply is low, an arrow
on the primary regulator gauge will point to a
shaded area that reads “Low CO2” or “Change
CO2 Cylinder.”
• Check syrup supply.
• Clean drain pan, grid, and splash panel.
• Clean the valve nozzles and diffusers.
CEV WATER BATH
It is recommended that the water bath be drained at
least twice a year. Turn off the refrigeration.
Completely melt the ice bank. Refill the water bath
with fresh water until water runs out the overflow tube.
Turn on the refrigeration.
Disassembly
DISASSEMBLY FOR CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE (ICE/BEVERAGE DISPENSERS)
NOTE: Sanitize the ice dispenser at Initial Start-up in
addition to monthly sanitizing. You will need a slotted
screwdriver in order to disassemble.
Disassemble parts in the following order:
A. Merchandiser
B. Ice chute
C. Paddle wheel or agitator pins
D. Agitator
E. Paddle wheel
F. Bin liner
G. Paddle wheel area
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C
D
E
F
G
A
B
Beverage/Ice Dispenser
Accessing a Dispenser Bin Top Mounted with a
Manitowoc Ice Machine:
1. Remove the front panel of the ice machine.
2. Remove the ice deflection baffle. This will give
you access to the dispenser bin.
3. If the Manitowoc ice machine is operating, wait for
the sheet of ice to fall into the dispenser bin.
When the ice sheet falls into the dispenser bin,
immediately place toggle switch of the ice machine to
the OFF position. If the Manitowoc ice machine is NOT
operating, place the toggle switch of the ice machine
to the OFF position.
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4. On models without a top mounted ice machine,
remove the plastic lid from the top of the
dispenser.
5. Remove all ice from the dispenser.
6. Disconnect electrical power to the dispenser.
7. Remove agitator arm and paddlewheel pin.
Non-front Serviceable Motor
a. Rotate the agitator arm so the paddle wheel
pin handle is pointing up, toward the ceiling.
b. Prepare agitator pin for removal by removing
the stainless steel split ring.
c. Then remove the paddle wheel pin from the
hole in the agitator.
d. Push the agitator bar toward the back of the
unit until the agitator is free of the paddle
wheel hub.
Front Serviceable Motor
a. With agitator arm in any position remove
hitch clip pin from the mushroom bushing on
the rear of the ice bin.
b. Push the agitator bar toward the bushing to
remove it from the paddle wheel hub.
NOTE: If a top mount ice machine is installed, sliding
the ice machine to one side will make bin component
removal easier. If the ice machine is hard plumbed it
will need to be disconnected.
Non-front Serviceable
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Front Serviceable
8. Remove paddle wheel, bin liner and paddle wheel
area.
9. Move the front of the agitator to one side and slide
the agitator forward until the rear of the agitator
shaft is clear of the bushing.
10. Remove the agitator from the bin area.
11. Slide the paddle wheel from its shaft.
12. Loosen the four knurled fasteners that hold the
bin liner in place.
13. Remove the bin liner.
14. Remove the paddle wheel area from the bin.
15. Discard the remaining ice in the bin.
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DISASSEMBLE THE ROCKING CHUTE
NOTE: For all Quickdraw units, refer to the Quickdraw
Components section for ice chute information.
1. Loosen the two knurled fasteners that hold the
merchandiser in place.
2. Remove the merchandiser.
3. Remove outer bracket.
4. Remove door lock.
5. Remove door.
6. Remove ice chute.
1
2
4
5
6
Ice Chute Removal
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BLADE TOWER
How to Disassemble Tower Components
NOTE: This tower consists of two (2) valves combined
as one (1) with a mixer block, mixer tube, and mixer.
One pre-mix valve (CMBECKER) and one (1) Flomatic
424 flow control base.
Tower and Valve Disassembly:
1. Remove tower housing cover by removing the
thumb screw on the side.
2. Turn OFF both shut-off valves on the flow control
base and remove pressure by pulling the
dispense handle to the ON position.
3. Remove the latch pin on the mixer block by
pulling straight up.
4. Unscrew the inside flange nut on the pre-mix
valve.
5. Remove the pre-mix valve and mixer tube out the
front of the tower.
6. Remove the 424 flow control base by lifting up on
its latch pin.
To reassemble follow these steps in reverse order.
Maintenance Schedule
Every
day
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Dispensing
Valves
For the pre-mix dispensing
valve, run carbonated water
ONLY through the valve and
dispense nozzle for 10
seconds. Turn syrup shut OFF,
and block the dispense nozzle
base with a clean new napkin.
Dispense carbonated water
only for a few seconds to fully
fill the dispense nozzle. Then
unblock the dispense nozzle
and flow carbonated water for
10 seconds. Wipe external
nozzle surfaces with
carbonated water, then turn
syrup shut off, ON. Clean other
nearby surfaces with
carbonated water or cleaning
solution.
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Every
day
Drip pan and
drain hose
Wash with mild detergent.
Rinse with clean water.
Every
day
Quick
disconnects
Wash with mild detergent.
Rinse with potable water.
Weekly
Outside,
dispenser
cabinet
Wash with clean water and mild
detergent. Wipe dry.
Every 3
months
Syrup
circuits
Sanitize each syrup circuit. See
“Cleaning and Sanitizing
Procedure”.
Every 3
months
Water bath
Drain, melt ice and clean using
detergent and brush; rinse with
potable water. Do not use water
over 140°F (60°C).
Every 6
months
Condenser
Vacuum fins or use soft bristle
brush (scrub brush).
Every 6
months
Air purifier
filter (if
equipped)
Replace.
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Nightly Shutdown Procedure
It is recommended that the following steps are
followed to keep your Blade Tower clean and running
properly;
1. Remove tower top piece to gain access to the
valves.
2. Turn the syrup shut off valve to the OFF position
on all valves (2 valves per tower).
3. Dispense carbonated water for 10 seconds from
all valves.
4. Leave valves off overnight and turn back on in the
morning for use.
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FLEXTOWER DAILY CLEANING
Cleaning the grid, splash shield and drain pan:
1. Turn off the on/off rocker switch located on left
side of the unit.
Splash
Shield
Switch
2. Lift the grid and splash shield to remove them
from the drain pan.
3. Using mild soap, warm water and a clean cloth,
wipe the drain pan. Then, rinse with clean, warm
water. Allow plenty of warm (not hot) water to run
down the drain of the drain pan, to remove syrup
residue that can clog the drain opening.
4. Wash the grid and splash shield, then rinse with
clean water. Place the grid and splash shield back
in the drain pan.
5. Wash all exterior surfaces of the unit with warm
water and a clean cloth. Wipe again with a clean,
dry cloth.
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Cleaning the water valve nozzle and diffuser, cosmetic
nozzle and syrup injection shroud assembly:
6. Remove the cosmetic nozzle, and then remove
nozzle-diffuser assembly from water valve.
7. Rinse the cosmetic nozzle and water valve
nozzle-diffuser assembly with warm, clean water.
8. Clean water valve nozzle-diffuser assembly with
soapy water and a soft bristle brush.
9. Clean the cosmetic nozzle, underside of the water
valve and the inside of the syrup injection shroud
assembly with warm, soapy water. Rinse with
clean warm towel.
10. Replace water valve nozzle-diffuser assembly
and cosmetic nozzle.
11. Turn on the on/off rocker switch located on left
side.
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QUICKDRAW COMPONENTS
1. Turn the beverage valve switch on the front left
side to the off position.
Ice Dispense Switch
Beverage Valve
Switch
2. Place a receptacle (bucket or large cup) under the
ice dispense chute.
3. Place the ice dispense switch to MANUAL mode.
The door will open and ice will fall into the bucket
or cup.
4. Remove the ice chute cover:
A. Grab the tabs on the back of chute and
spread, pulling tabs off of pins.
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B. Push the bottom of chute to rear until it stops.
C. Rock top of the chute forward until top of
chute clears unit.
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5. Remove ice wheel:
A. Pull cotter pin from the ice wheel axle.
B. Grasp handle of the pin on the right side,
pulling until the ice wheel is loose.
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6. Mix a solution of mild detergent to clean the
Quickdraw components. Using the detergent
solution and a soft bristle brush or clean cloth,
clean the following components:
- Ice wheel
- Cup locator
- Quickdraw chamber
- Door
- Ice chute cover
7. Rinse all parts in clean running water.
8. Mix a sanitizing solution of 1/4 ounce (7.4 ml)
liquid, unscented bleach (5.25% CL NaO
concentration) for each gallon of water. The
mixture must provide 100 PPM available chlorine.
9. Using the sanitizing solution, a soft bristle brush,
or a clean cloth, sanitize the components listed in
Step 6. The ice chamber must be sanitized with a
soft bristle brush to adequately clean the metering
wheel slot and drainage area.
10. Reverse the procedure to reassemble the
Quickdraw mechanism.
NOTE: When inserting the pin through the ice wheel,
you will have to align the pin with the pattern of the
wheel hole.
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11. Place the ice dispense switch to the AUTO
position, and place the beverage valve switch to
the ON position.
12. Check for proper operation.
SELECTABLE ICE CRUSHER DISASSEMBLY
Before servicing or cleaning any part of the Selectable
Ice unit be sure to unplug it from its power source. In
order to access the module and crusher you must first
remove the merchandiser by taking out the two screws
located at the top of the merchandiser. Once the
screws are removed, rotate the top of the
merchandiser towards you and then lift the
merchandiser up to remove from unit.
Housing Door
Crusher Housing
Hub Blade Assembly
Drip Pan
Decorative Chute
Sanitary Lever
1. Unplug unit before cleaning or servicing the
Crusher Assembly.
2. Remove the merchandiser by taking out the two
screws located at the top of the merchandiser.
Once the screws are removed rotate the top of the
merchandiser towards you and then lift the
merchandiser up to remove from unit.
NOTE: When the Merchandiser is removed an
electrical safety switch disconnects power to the Ice
Crusher assembly.
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3. Remove the ice chute by pulling the cotter pin out
on the right side of the chute rod and pulling the
chute rod toward the left side of the dispenser.
Cotter Pin
Chute Rod
Decorative Chute
4. Remove the crushed ice and cube ice doors from
the dispenser by lifting the solenoid arms up and
pushing the doors back to disengage the door
from the solenoid arm.
Solenoid Arm
Housing Door
Motor Mount
Housing Mount
Drip Pan
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5. Remove the crusher drip pan by pulling it forward.
6. Remove the ice crusher blade assembly from the
crusher housing.
A. Unlock the crusher hub/blade assembly from
the crusher housing by pushing locking tab
in, and rotating the hub/blade assembly
clockwise.
Crusher Housing
Locking Tab
Hub/Blade
Assembly
"
1/2
ut )
ll O m
Pu .27 c
(1
B. Pull the hub/blade assembly out of the
housing approximately 1/2" (1.27 cm) to
disengage the crusher axle from the motor
shaft.
Crusher
Housing
Hub/Blade
Assembly
Axle
Knob
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C. Rotate the knob on the crusher axle so it is in
a vertical position. (This will ensure the
rotating blades will not interfere with pulling
the hub/blade assembly from the housing.)
D. Now the hub/blade assembly will be free from
the housing and you will be able to
completely remove the hub/blade assembly
from unit.
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REASSEMBLE THE ICE CRUSHER ASSEMBLY
Crusher Housing
Stationary Blades
Axle
Knob
Hub/Blade
Assembly
1. Insert the hub/blade assembly into the ice crusher
housing. When inserting the hub/blade assembly
you must align the stationary blades with the
locating slots in the ice crusher housing.
2. When inserting the hub/blade assembly into the
ice crusher housing you must also make sure the
axle knob is in a vertical position. This will align
the rotating blades with the housing to ensure a
quick and easy installation.
Crusher Housing
Locking Tab
Hub/Blade
Assembly
3. Once all blades are in the crusher housing you
will need to align the crusher axle with the motor
shaft. You can do this by turning the axle knob
and pushing the blade assembly toward the motor
until the hub/blade assembly is flush with the end
of the crusher housing.
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4. To lock the hub/blade assembly into the housing,
rotate the crusher hub/blade assembly
counterclockwise until the locking tab snaps into
place and the crusher hub/blade assembly is
secure.
5. Replace the crusher drip pan.
Cotter Pin
Chute Rod
Decorative Chute
6. Reattach the decorative ice chute by inserting the
chute rod through the decorative chute, housing
mount, and motor mount. Secure the chute rod by
inserting the cotter pin through the rod on the right
side of the chute.
7. Ensure the extension at the top of the decorative
chute is behind the arm of the activation switch.
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Replacement
NON-FRONT SERVICEABLE GEAR MOTOR
REMOVAL
These instructions are provided as a guide for the
removal of the gear motor. Depending on the model
number of your dispenser, these instructions may vary
slightly.
1. Disconnect power from the electric receptacle.
2. Remove all ice from the ice storage bin of the
dispenser.
3. Remove the paddle wheel pin from the paddle
wheel/agitator assembly inside the dispenser bin.
4. Remove the agitator assembly from the dispenser
bin by pushing the agitator to the back of the bin.
Angle the front of the agitator to the side. Pull the
agitator forward then out of the dispenser.
5. Remove the paddle wheel from the dispenser by
pulling the hub of the paddle wheel to the back of
the bin and off the gear motor shaft.
6. Remove the splash panel from the dispenser and
expose the gear motor.
7. Disconnect the electric connector from the gear
motor wire leads.
8. Remove the pin in front of the gear motor.
9. You must be able to remove the gear motor from
the dispenser.
To install a replacement gear motor, reverse this
procedure.
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FRONT SERVICEABLE GEAR MOTOR REMOVAL
These instructions are provided as a guide for the
removal of the gear motor. Depending on the model
number of your dispenser, these instructions may vary
slightly.
1. Unplug the dispenser.
2. Unplug the motor.
3. Remove motor mount pins.
4. Slide motor towards you.
5. Notice alignment of the chamfered edge of drive
shaft.
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6. New motor must have the same alignment (within
15 degrees).
7. To get correct alignment you can do one of two
things:
a. Turn drive shaft with an adjustable wrench,
being careful not to damage the drive shaft.
b. Plug in the unit, plug in the motor and use the
ice dispense switch to move the drive shaft
into correct alignment.
8. If you plugged in the unit to help with alignment of
drive shaft now unplug the unit.
9. Slide motor up into housing, making sure that the
tabs fit on the bracket.
10. Install motor mount pins.
11. Plug in motor.
12. Test unit.
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Sanitizing
BEVERAGE SYSTEM CLEANING
! Warning
Flush sanitizing solution from syrup system.
Residual sanitizing solution left in system could
create a health hazard.
! Warning
When using cleaning fluids or chemicals, rubber
gloves and eye protection must be worn.
Sanitize the beverage system at initial start-up as well
as regularly scheduled cleaning. The drain pan must
be in place under soda valves, to carry away detergent
and sanitizing agents that will be flushed through
valves.
BAG-IN-BOX SYSTEM SANITATION
The procedure below is for the sanitation of one
syrup circuit at a time. Repeat to sanitize
additional circuits.
You will need the following items to clean and sanitize
the Bag-in-Box (B-I-B) beverage system:
- Three (3) clean buckets
- Plastic brush or soft cloth
- Mild detergent
- Unscented bleach (5% Na CL O) or
Commercial sanitizer
- Bag-In-Box bag connector
1. Prepare the following in the buckets:
- Bucket 1 — warm to hot tap water for rinsing.
- Bucket 2 — mild detergent and warm to hot
water.
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- Bucket 3 — mix a solution of unscented bleach
(5% Na CL O) or commercial sanitizer and
warm to hot water. Mixture must supply
100 PPM available chlorine (1/4 oz. [7.1 g]
bleach to 1 gallon [3.8 l] water).
2. Disconnect the “syrup-line side” of the bag-in-box
connector.
3. Rinse connector with warm tap water.
4. Connect syrup connector to B-I-B connector and
immerse both into Bucket 1. A “bag-side”
connector can be created by cutting the connector
from an empty disposable syrup bag.
Bag
side
connector
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5. Draw rinse water through system until clean water
is dispensed. Most beverage valves allow the
syrup side to be manually activated by depressing
the syrup pallet.
6. Connect Bucket 2 to system.
7. Draw detergent solution through system until
solution is dispensed.
8. Repeat steps 2-7 until all syrup circuits contain
detergent solution.
9. Allow detergent solution to remain in the system
for 5 minutes.
10. Connect Bucket 3 to system.
11. Draw sanitizing solution through system until
solution is dispensed.
12. Repeat step 11 until all syrup circuits contain
sanitizer solution.
13. Allow sanitizer solution to remain in system for
15 minutes.
14. Remove nozzles and diffusers from beverage
valves.
15. Scrub nozzles, diffusers and all removable valve
parts (except electrical parts) with a plastic brush
or a soft cloth and the detergent solution.
16. Soak nozzles, diffusers and removable valve
parts (except electrical parts) in sanitizer for
15 minutes.
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17. Replace nozzles, diffusers and valve parts.
18. Connect Bucket 1 to system.
19. Draw rinse water through system until no
presence of sanitizer is detected.
20. Attach syrup connectors to B-I-Bs.
21. Draw syrup through system until only syrup is
dispensed.
22. Discard first 2 drinks.
FIGAL BEVERAGE SYSTEM
1. Prepare the following in three clean Figal tanks:
- Rinse tank - fill with room temperature tap
water.
- Detergent tank - mix approved beverage
system cleaner with warm water as directed.
- Sanitizing tank - mix a solution of unscented
bleach (5% Na CL O) or commercial sanitizer
and warm to hot water. Mixture must supply
100 PPM available chlorine (1/4 oz. [7.1 g]
bleach to 1 gallon [3.8 l] water).
2. Disconnect all product and water lines from
product tanks and remove carbonator.
3. Locate the Figal syrup tank for the circuit to be
sanitized. Remove both quick disconnects from
the Figal syrup tank. Rinse quick disconnects in
tap water.
4. Connect rinse tank to the syrup line. Draw clean
rinse water through the valve until syrup is flushed
from the system.
5. Connect detergent tank to the syrup line and draw
detergent through the valve for two minutes.
Then, allow remaining detergent to stay in the
system for five minutes.
6. Connect rinse tank to the syrup line. Draw clean
rinse water through the valve until detergent is
flushed from the system.
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7. Remove valve nozzle and diffuser as shown in
Daily Cleaning instructions. Using a plastic brush
or a soft cloth and warm water, scrub the nozzle,
diffuser, bottom of the dispensing valve and cup
lever, if applicable.
8. Place removable valve parts (EXCEPT solenoids)
in sanitizing solution for 15 minutes.
9. Replace valve diffuser and nozzle on the
beverage valve.
10. Connect sanitizer tank to the syrup line and draw
sanitizer through the valve for two minutes. Allow
sanitizer to remain in the system for a minimum of
15 minutes.
11. Reconnect syrup and carbonated water lines.
12. Draw syrup through the lines to rinse the system.
Discard drinks until at least two cups of
satisfactory tasting beverage are dispensed
through the valve.
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Shipping, Storage and Relocation
! Caution
Before shipping, storing, or relocating this unit,
syrup systems must be sanitized. After sanitizing,
all liquids (sanitizing solution and water) must be
purged from the unit. A freezing environment
causes residual sanitizing solution or water
remaining inside the unit to freeze, resulting in
damage to internal components.
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Operation
Blade Tower Brixing
NOTE: Each tower consists of two valves combined as
one with a mixer block, mixer tube and mixer. One
Pre-ME valve (CMBEGKER) and one Flomatic 424
Flow Control Base
Set water flow rate first:
1. Turn off syrup shut-off at post-mix (424) valve
block.
2. Use stop watch to time the dispense of soda
water only.
3. Dispense for 5 seconds.
4. Record volume in a volume cup or ratio cup.
5. Adjust the water flow rate as needed until
10 ounces (283.5 g) of water is measured in a
5 second (2 oz [56.7 g]/sec) dispense.
Set the syrup flow rate:
1. Adjust the ratio (brix) of water to syrup (4.75:1) or
12.3 to 12.7 brix)
2. Turn on syrup shut-off and turn off the water shutoff.
3. Use a stop watch to time the dispense of syrup
only.
4. Dispense for 5 seconds.
5. Record volume in a volume cup or ratio cup.
6. Adjust syrup flow rate as needed until 2 ounces
(56.7 g) of syrup is measured in a 5 second
dispense.
7. Use a refractometer if possible to get final brix
ratio of 12.3 to 12.7. You will have to rely on
volume adjustment above for diet products.
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CEV Electronic Ice & Carbonation Control
Element
Voltage Selection Switch
(Red Side Switch)
= 115 Volt Position
= 230 Volt Position
On-Off Switch
Function
• Switch is used to select voltage,
115 Volt or 230 Volt option.
• When switch is in 115 Volt
position the operating voltages
are 100 Volts 50 Hertz and 120
Volts 60 Hertz.
• When switch is in 230 Volt
position the operating voltages
are 220-240 Volts 50 Hertz and
208-230 Volts 60 Hertz.
• Switch supplies power to all
control functions.
• When switch is in “on” position
the agitation motor, transformer,
merchandiser bulb and green
power LED will be energized.
(The green power LED will flash
once per second for 5 seconds
then stay on continuously.)
Default Modes – LED/
Default (RED)
• RED Carbonator LED =
Default
• RED Compressor LED =
Default
• If the carbonator motor run time
exceeds the preset fill times,
which are (3) minutes or (7)
minutes. The default mode will
shut power off to carbonator
pump motor for (15) minutes. It
will then activate for one minute
and if the motor does not shut
down within the one-minute time
frame the (15) minute off time and
(1) minute on time default mode
will repeat. The process will occur
a total of (4) times and then the
unit will shut down, requiring
service or a manual reset.
Disconnecting the power supply
from unit or positioning
carbonator switch to the “off”
position and then returning switch
to “on” position will reset control
to normal operation (only applies
to Internal Carb. units)
• If the ice bank probe does not
detect water in the CEV tub, the
refrigeration will shut down and
the compressor LED turns RED.
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Element
Function
Carbonator Switch
(Switch in OFF position for
External Carb. and Juice
units, which turns off green
carbonator LED.)
• Switch supplies power to the
carbonator float switch and green
Carbonator LED only.
Green Carbonator LED
(Turned off on External
Carb. and Juice Units)
• The green carbonator LED
illuminates when carbonator
switch is in the ON position (only
applies to Internal Carb. units).
• The green carbonator LED will
flash rapidly when the carbonator
motor is running.
Carbonator Fill Timing
Jumper
(Not used on External Carb.
or Juice Units)
• Carbonator tank fill timing
provides pump failure protection
in the event of water loss to
carbonator pump (only applies to
Internal Carb. units).
• A jumper clip within the control
box sets the three optional time
settings. Units are shipped with
the jumper in (7) minute position
(only applies to Internal Carb.
units).
J1
J1
3 Minute
7 Minute
J1
Unlimited
NOTE: Time tolerance is ±20%.
NOTE: See default mode functions
Green Compressor LED
• Illuminates when the compressor
switch is in the ON position.
• Flashes once per second when
the compressor and condenser
fan are energized.
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Element
Function
Refrigeration Compressor
Output
• There are three wires from the ice
bank probe to the control box.
The white wire connects to the
low ice bank probe pin (probe pin
nearest evaporator coil). All three
probe pins must be immersed in
water to initiate the refrigeration
cycle. The refrigeration system
will operate until the low ice bank
probe pin and center ice bank
probe pin (black wire to the
control box) is covered by ice.
The third ice bank probe pin
(probe pin farthest from
evaporator coil) is the common or
ground pin. The common or
ground ice bank probe pin (green
wire to the control box) should
always be immersed in water and
never in ice of ice bank.
• Note: A delay circuit is built into
compressor and fan motor circuit.
Delay is (4) minutes (±20%) and
will prevent compressor start-up if
there is a power loss to the unit or
the compressor switch is in OFF
position and then placed in ON
position. Delay will also apply if
refrigeration cycle is stopped on
full ice bank and ice bank probe
sends a faulty signal to restart
refrigeration system within the (4)
minute delay time.
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Flavor Magic Programming
To exit the program mode at any time hold the
program button for >3 seconds and the controller will
switch to the dispense mode. The program mode can
only be accessed by pressing the program button
during the first five seconds of initial power up.
Program
Button
LED
Display
PROGRAM DISPENSE TIME
1. The program mode is used to adjust the dispense
time. To access the Program Mode, disconnect
power to the control board, wait ten seconds and
reconnect power.
2. Press the program button one time on the control
board during the first five seconds after power is
applied.
3. The LED display will show “P r o”. To check the
current dispense time, press the corresponding
flavor button on the touchpad and the time will be
displayed on the LED (Example “1.0”). a. To
increase the time (+) by two-tenths second
increments press flavor button 1 (far left button).
b. To decrease the time (-) by two-tenths second
increments press flavor button 3 (far right button).
The default setting is one second.
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PURGE/SANITIZE
Purge/Sanitize mode allows the user to purge air from
the syrup lines during initial start-up. The second
function of this mode is to energize the valves to move
sanitizer through all syrup lines automatically.
Enter the Purge/Sanitize Mode by press the program
button until “P – S” is displayed.
Pressing flavor button 1 (far left button) will activate a
sequenced four second dispense that starts with flavor
1 then to flavor 2 etc. The valves will continue to cycle
for 15 minutes or until the program button is pressed
once.
DISPENSING MODES
Normal Dispense
With power applied to the control board, it will
automatically start in dispense mode after a five
second delay. The LED display will count down from
four to zero and then show “- - - -” while in dispense
mode. Simply pressing the desired flavor on the
touchpad dispenses Flavor Magic.
Flavor Counter
The flavor counter tracks the number of flavor shots
dispensed per flavor. To access Flavor Counter Mode,
press the program button on the control board once for
at least three seconds. The LED display will show
“C n t”. In the count mode the Flavor Magic module will
not dispense. Check the number of dispenses for any
flavor by pressing the corresponding touchpad button.
To check another flavor press the program button once
and then the corresponding flavor button on the
touchpad. To return to dispense mode press the
program button until the LED display shows “- - - -”.
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CHANGING NUMBER OF ACTIVE FLAVORS
1
4
3
2
To line up flavors with valves, note that valve outlets
number from left to right 1…2…3…4. Touch pad flavor
tab is numbered as shown below. Connect vinyl tube
from outlet 1 and dispense with flavor tab 1, etc.
The current Flavor Magic control board is set up in the
4 flavor default mode. This mode will handle all
dispensing situations whether 3 or 4 flavors are used.
Some early boards were set up as default in the 3
flavor mode. If the customer desires to add another
flavor for a total of 4, proceed as follows:
1. Power down the circuit board by disconnecting
the 24 volt connector in the lower left hand side of
the board. “24VAC” is imprinted on the board next
to the pin connection.
2. Wait a minimum of 10 seconds.
3. Power up the board by connecting the 24 volt
connector.
4. IMMEDIATELY (within 5 seconds) press and hold
the “PROG” button down.
5. After a few seconds, the number “4” will appear
on the display.
6. Release the “PROG” button. The board will cycle
the display from “Pro” to
“4……3……2……1……0” and then to “- - - -”.
7. The circuit board is now enabled to dispense the
4th flavor. The 4th flavor button is the top middle
button.
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8. A flavor tab for the 4th flavor will have to be added
to the touch pad. To do this, obtain one (1) P/N
5030780 20 flavor decal pad. Remove the P/N
5031579 decal overlay and add the 4th flavor tab
as well as replace any flavor tabs which came off
when removing the decal overlay. Note position of
4th flavor on the touch pad in the picture and
placed tab where indicated. Obtain a new P/N
5031579 decal overlay and place over the tabs.
If the customer decides to go back to 3 flavors, it will
not be necessary to change the board back to 3
flavors. However, it can be done by following steps 1
through 6 above. The number “3” will appear on the
display. Then disconnect the number “4” syrup from
the system, remove the 5031579 decal overlay,
remove the flavor tab “4” and replace the 5031579
decal overlay. It would be a good idea to have an
additional P/N 5030780 in case flavor tabs are
damaged in the process.
STEADY OR FLASHING TOUCH PAD LED
The blue LED on the touch pad can be set to one of
two display modes:
1. Steady illumination. This is the default mode and
the LED will remain on steady until dispense is
activated. The light will flash only when product is
being dispensed. In this mode, the control board
display will read “Off”.
2. Flash mode. The LED will turn on for 1/2 second
and off for 1/2 second.
Enter the Flash mode by pressing the program button
until a flashing “- - - -” is displayed. Pressing flavor
button 1 (far left button) will switch from “Off” (default)
to “On”. The LED will now flash. To change back to the
default simply press flavor button 1 again and the
display should read “Off”. Press program button to exit
to the next program function.
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TIME DELAY AFTER DISPENSE
A time delay can be programmed into the control
board which will prevent the system from dispensing
another flavor for a period of from 0 to 10 seconds
following a dispense. The default is 0 seconds.
Enter the Time Delay mode by pressing the program
button until “d L A Y” is displayed. To check the current
delay time press any flavor button one time and the
current value will be displayed. To increase the time
(+) by 1.0 second increments press flavor button 1 (far
left button). To decrease the time (-) by 1.0 second
increments press flavor button 3 (far right button).
Flav’R-Pic External Programming
HOW TO CHECK FRP BRIX EXTERNALLY
If your FRP-250 has a control board with the external
brix check ability you will be able to put the unit into
brix mode by doing the following:
1. Turn the keyswitch to the "OFF" position.
2. With the keyswitch still in the "OFF" position, press
and hold the F1 touch pad button for the left side or
F5 for the right while turning the keyswitch back to the
"ON" position.
-
F1 = Left Side Brix Check
-
F5 = Right Side Brix Check
S1
S3
F1 F3
S5
S7
S12
S10
F5 F7
S16
S14
S2
S4
F2 F4
S6
S8
S11
S9
F6 F8
S15
S13
N1
N2
Left Flavor
Shots
N3
Left Carb/
Non-Carb
N4
N5
N6
Right
Right Flavor
Carb/NonShots
Carb
FRP-250 with Flavor Shots
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S1
S3
F1 F3
S5
S7
S12
S10
F5 F7
S16
S14
S2
S4
F2 F4
S6
S8
S11
S9
F6 F8
S15
S13
N1
N3
Left
Hidden
Touchpad
Button
Left Carb/
Non-Carb
N4
N6
Right
Right
Hidden
Carb/NonTouchpad
Carb
Button
FRP-250 with out Flavor Shots
NOTE: The buttons for FRP units without flavor shots are
located in the same area, but are hidden.
3. You can now stop pressing on the F1 or F5 button and
the 4 LEDs around the touch pad area should now be
illuminated. If not illuminated you did not successfully
go into external brix mode and need to try again, or the
FRP unit is not equipped with this program mode.
In this setting when a corresponding touch pad is pressed
water or syrup will be dispensed for a fixed duration in order
to check your ratios using a standard brix cup.
4. In this mode you can now check the brix for any water
or syrup valve that corresponds to the board. Use the
illustration in Installation/Brixing or the Control board,
Valve, Touch Pad Matrix to identify the valves and
which board they correspond to. Brixing information
can also be found on the unit, on the right hand side of
the control board cover label. By using this label in
combination with the plumbing label located on the
foam front you will be able to identify each valve, water,
and/or syrup combination.
5. When finished checking the brix return the unit to
dispense mode by turning the keyswitch to the "OFF"
position, waiting till the touch pad LEDs are not
illuminated, then turn the keyswitch back to the "ON"
position.
Important
If left in external brix mode for longer than 5
minutes it will automatically time out and return to
dispense mode.
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If brix adjustments are needed you will have to remove
the merchandiser to make the mechanical
adjustments. Please see PROGRAM MODE 2 in this
section for internal brixing instructions using the
control board and the Brixing Procedure for detailed
instructions on brixing the FRP-250.
CRUSHED OR CUBED DEFAULT
This selectable ice option will allow the unit to always
default to either cube or crushed ice or remain at the
last selection. This only applies to control boards
020000875 Rev 7 and up.
How to set default ice dispense setting
CUBE DEFAULT
1. Power on the unit by plugging in receptacle and
holding the cube button at the same time, cube
will flash 2 times. Unit will now change to cube 10
seconds after crush is selected.
CRUSH DEFAULT
2. Power on the unit by plugging in receptacle and
holding the crushed button at the same time,
crush will flash 2 times. Unit will now change to
crush 10 seconds after cube is selected.
LAST SELECTION DEFAULT
3. Power on the unit by plugging in receptacle and
holdding cube and crush at the same time, cube
and crush will flash 2 times. Unit will now remain
in selection of last request.
NOTE: If power is lost to the unit and then powered up
again the unit will retain the last setting and not return
to factory settings.
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Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Programming
PROGRAM MODE 1
Carb/Non-Carb & Flavor Shot Duration Settings
Mode 1 Carb/ Left Side
non-Carb and Program
Flavor Shot
Button
Durations
Right Side
Program
Button
Brixing
Info
Mode 1 displayed above, allows you to select your
carb/non-carb settings for dispense points N3
(Nozzle 3) through the left control board and/or N4
(Nozzle 4) with the right control board. Only nozzles
N3 and N4 have the option to be a non-carb drink, N1
and N6 are carbonated only. Mode 1 is also used to
set a 1 or 2 second dispense duration for flavor shots
on N2 and N5 using their corresponding control board.
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N3 & N4 Carbonated or Non-Carbonated Drinks
S1
S3
F1 F3
S5
S7
S12
S10
F5 F7
S16
S14
S2
S4
F2 F4
S6
S8
S11
S9
F6 F8
S15
S13
N2
N1
Left Flavor
Shots
N3
N5
N4
Left Carb/
Non-Carb
N6
Right
Right Flavor
Carb/NonShots
Carb
FRP-250 with Flavor Shots
S1
S3
F1 F3
S5
S7
S12
S10
F5 F7
S16
S14
S2
S4
F2 F4
S6
S8
S11
S9
F6 F8
S15
S13
N1
N3
Left
Hidden
Touchpad
Button
Left Carb/
Non-Carb
N4
N6
Right
Right
Hidden
Carb/NonTouchpad
Carb
Button
FRP-250 with out Flavor Shots
1. Choose a control board. If programing N3 (Nozzle 3)
use the left control board, if programming N4 use the
right control board. Beverage dispense points are
designated by a black nozzle.
2. Press the program button and hold for 3 seconds or
until the LED displays 1.
3. To set a carbonated drink for N3 (Nozzle 3) touch one
of the following touch pads; S5, S6, S7, or S8 until the
LEDs around the touch pad are constant.
4. To set a non-carbonated drink for N3 (Nozzle 3) touch
one of the following touch pads; S5, S6, S7, or S8 until
the LEDs around the touch pad are blinking.
-
Constant LEDs = Carbonated
-
Blinking LEDs = Non-Carbonated
5. Follow the same instructions for N4 (Nozzle 4) using
the right control board and touch pads S9, S10, S11, or
S12.
6. When you are finished, press the program button to go
to a different mode or save your settings and return the
control board to the dispense mode by pressing the
program button and holding for 3 seconds or until the
LED displays 0.
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Flavor Shot Dispense Duration
1. Choose a control board. If programing flavor shots
for N2 (Nozzle 2) use the left control board, if
programming shots for N5 use the right control
board. Flavor shot dispense points are designated
by a blue nozzle.
2. Press the program button and hold for 3 seconds
or until the LED displays 1.
3. To set a 1 second shot for N2 (Nozzle 2) touch
one of the following touch pads; F1, F2, F3, or F4
until the LEDs around the touch pad are constant.
4. To set a 2 second shot for N2 (Nozzle 2) touch
one of the following touch pads; F1, F2, F3, or F4
until the LEDs around the touch pad are blinking.
- Constant LEDs = 1 second shot
- Blinking LEDs = 2 second shot
5. Follow the same instructions for N5 (Nozzle 5)
using the right control board and touch pads F5,
F6, F7, or F8.
6. When you are finished, press the program button
to go to a different mode or save your settings and
return the control board to the dispense mode by
pressing the program button and holding for 3
seconds or until the LED displays 0.
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PROGRAM MODE 2
Brixing
Mode 2 displayed above, puts your Flav'R-Pic into brix
mode. In this setting when a corresponding touch pad
is pressed, water or syrup will be dispensed for a fixed
duration in order to set your ratios using a standard
brix cup and making adjustments to the mechanical
valves. Follow the steps below to put a board into brix
mode.
1. Choose a control board. If brixing drinks for N1
(Nozzle 1) or N3 use the left control board, if
brixing drinks for N3 or N6 use the right control
board. Beverage dispense points are designated
by a black nozzle.
2. Press the program button and hold for 3 seconds
or until the LED displays 1. Press the program
button again until 2 is displayed on the control
board LED display.
NOTE: Programming one board at a time will make it
easier for you to identify the corresponding valves and
dispense points.
3. With the a board in Mode 2, you can now brix any
water or syrup valve that corresponds to the
board. Use the illustration in Installation/Brixing or
the Control board, Valve, Touch Pad Matrix to
identify the valves and which board they
correspond to. Brixing information can also be
found on the unit, on the right hand side of the
control board cover label. By using this label in
combination with the plumbing label located on
the foam front you will be able to identify each
valve, water, and/or syrup combination.
4. Replace the nozzle when done then move on to
another nozzle or, if you are finished brixing,
return the control board to the dispense mode by
pressing the program button and holding for 3
seconds or until the LED displays 0.
A brixing break down for each nozzle is available in
the Brixing Procedure section of this manual.
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PROGRAM MODE 3
Light Sequences
Mode 3 displayed above, allows you to set the light
sequence for the touch pad LEDs. Follow the steps
below to place the board into this mode and set
sequences.
1. Choose a control board. If setting the light
sequence for the touch pad area on the left use
the left control board, or if you are setting them for
the right, use the right control board.
2. Press the program button and hold for 3 seconds
or until the LED displays 1. Press the program
button again until 3 is displayed on the control
board LED display.
3. With the left control board in mode 3 you can now
choose one of the seven touch pad LED lighting
sequences by pressing one of the following touch
pad areas:
S1 = Flash outside to center
S2 = Flash center to outside
S3 = Flash all
S4 = Continuously on all
S5 = Chaser left to right
S6 = Chaser right to left
S7 = Off all
S8 = Flash outside to center, Flavor Shot Off
NOTE: It is recommended that both boards be set to
the same lighting sequence. If not, the boards will not
be able to sync and lighting behavior may become
erratic.
4. With the right control board in mode 3 you can
now choose one of the seven touch pad LED
lighting sequences by pressing one of the
following touch pad areas:
S16 = Flash outside to center
S15 = Flash center to outside
S14 = Flash all
S13 = Continuously on all
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S12 = Chaser left to right
S11 = Chaser right to left
S10 = Off all
S9 = Flash outside to center, Flavor Shot Off
Important
When installed on a FRP without flavor shots the
lighting sequence S8 & S9 should be used. All
other units are set to S1 & S16 by default.
5. When done move on to another programming
mode or, if you are finished, return the control
board to the dispense mode by pressing the
program button and holding for 3 seconds or until
the LED displays 0.
CONTROL BOARD TIME OUT
Important
If a control board is left in any program mode for
longer than 5 minutes it will automatically time out
and return to dispense mode 0. In order to enter
back into a program mode you will need to press
the program button and hold for 3 seconds or
until the LED displays 1 again.
Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Brixing Procedure
NOTE: This procedure is for flavors requiring 5:1 water
to syrup ratio.
Left Side
Program
Button
Right Side
Program
Button
Brixing
Info
Control Board Label
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PLACING A CONTROL BOARD INTO BRIX MODE
NOTE: See Program Mode 2 for Program Mode
Operations.
1. Prior to brixing be sure all water and syrup lines
are connected to the system and purged. Ensure
that syrup and water are available.
2. If the merchandiser and splash panel are on the
front of the unit, remove them. Merchandiser
removal will give you access to the syrup and
water valves. Splash panel removal will give you
access to the plumbing label located on the foam
front and/or see the Diagrams section of this
manual. This label will be needed to identify valve
and touch pad locations.
OZ CC
CC OZ
225 8
200 7
175 6
11:1
150 5
125 4.75
100 4
3
75
2
50
50 1
5:1
45
40
35
1 30
25
20
15
11:1
10
5
5:1
RA TIO
RA TIO
5:1 Brix Cup
3. Use a standard brix cup with a 5:1 ratio for the
procedure. An example is illustrated above. Use
of a funnel between the cup and nozzle may aid in
the capture of the syrup during syrup brixing.
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Left Board
C1 - Valve 8
C2 - Valve 11
NC2 - Valve 11
S1 - Valve 8
S2 - Valve 9
S3 - Valve 9
S4 - Valve 14
Dispense Type and
S5 - Valve 14
Valve Number
S6 - Valve 10
S7 - Valve 10
S8 - Valve 15
F1 - Valve 13
F2 - Valve 13
F3 - Valve 12
F4 - Valve 12
C = Carb NC = Non-Carb S = Syrup
Right Board
C3 - Valve 4
C4 - Valve 1
NC3 - Valve 4
S9 - Valve 15
S10 - Valve 3
S11 - Valve 3
S12 - Valve 7
S13 - Valve 7
S14 - Valve 2
S15 - Valve 2
S16 - Valve 1
F5 - Valve 6
F6 - Valve 6
F7 - Valve 5
F8 - Valve 5
F = Flavor Shot
4. Locate the control board that corresponds with
the valve(s) and/or dispense point you want to
brix.
5. Press the program button and hold for 3 seconds
or until the LED displays 1. Press the program
button again until 2 is displayed on the control
board LED display.
NOTE: Programming one board at a time will make it
easier for you to identify the corresponding valves and
dispense points. See Flav’R-Pic External
Programming in this manual for more detail on all
programming modes.
6. With a board in Mode 2 you can now brix any
water or syrup valve that corresponds to the
board. Use the chart above to identify the valves
and which board they correspond to. See the
illustration that follows for more assistance.
Brixing information can also be found on the right
hand side of the control board cover label. By
using this label in combination with the plumbing
label you will be able to identify each valve, water,
and/or syrup combination.
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LEFT SIDE
CONTROL BOARD
RIGHT SIDE
CONTROL BOARD
Valve Controls - C1, C2, NC2,
S1-S8, F1-F4
Valve Controls - C3, C4, NC3,
S9-S16, F5-F8
S13
Valve 7
S12
S5
S9
Valve 14
Valve 15
F6
F7
S4
S8
Valve 6
Valve 5
F5
F8
F2
F3
Valve 13
Valve 12
F1
F4
Valve 8
Valve 9
Valve 10
Valve 11
Valve 4
C1
S2
S6
C2
C3
S1
S3
S7
NC2
Valve 3
NC3
S11
S1
S3
F1 F3
S5
S7
S12
S10
F5 F7
S16
S2
S4
F2 F4
S6
S8
S11
S9
F6 F8
S15
Valve 2
S10
S15
S14
Valve 1
C4
S16
S14
S13
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N6
S1, S3,
S2, S4
C1
F1, F3,
F2, F4
S5, S7,
S6, S8,
C2, NC2
S9, S11,
S10, S12,
C3, NC3
F5, F7,
F6, F8
S13, S15,
S14, S16,
C4
= WATER
= SYRUP
= FLAVOR
SHOT
S9 (Syrup 9) on Valve 15 is the only syrup that does not correspond to
the side it is mounted to. Both visually and functionally all other valves,
touch pads, and dispense points correspond with the board on the
same side to which they are attached.
GENERAL BRIXING PROCESS
1. With the corresponding control board set to brix
mode and displaying a 2 you may brix a beverage
nozzle (NI, N3, N4, or N6). If brixing a syrup, the
use of a funnel between the cup and nozzle may
aid in the capture of the syrup. (See nozzle order
below.)
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S5
LEFT SIDE
CONTROL BOARD
RIGHT SIDE
CONTROL BOARD
Valve Controls - C1, C2, NC2,
S1-S8, F1-F4
Valve Controls - C3, C4, NC3,
S9-S16, F5-F8
S13
Valve 7
S12
S9
Valve 14
Valve 15
S4
S8
F2
F6
F7
Valve 6
Valve 5
F5
F8
F3
Valve 13
Valve 12
F1
F4
Valve 8
Valve 9
Valve 10
C1
S2
S6
S1
S3
S7
Valve 11
C2
NC2
Valve 4
C3
Valve 3
NC3
S11
Valve 2
S10
S15
Valve 1
S14
C4
S1
S3
F
1
F
3
S5
S7
S12
S10
F
5
F
7
S16
S14
S2
S4
F
2
F
4
S6
S8
S11
S9
F
6
F
8
S15
S13
S1, S3,
S2, S4
C1
F1, F3,
F2, F4
S5, S7,
S6, S8,
C2, NC2
S9, S11,
S10, S12,
C3, NC3
F5, F7,
F6, F8
S16
S13, S15,
S14, S16,
C4
Nozzles from left to right: N1, N2, N3, N4, N5, N6
2. To brix carbonated or non-carbonated water for a
dispense point, leave the nozzle in place and hold
the brix cup with the water side of the cup under
the nozzle area. Non-carbonated water is only
available at N3 (Nozzle 3) and N4.
3. By referencing the control box label and plumbing
diagram, press the flavor shot touch pad that
corresponds with the water you wish to brix. If
brixing the left side, it will be one of the following;
F1 (Flavor Shot 1), F2, or F3. When brixing the
right side, F5, F6, or F7 will be used. On nonflavor shot units, the touch pads are located
behind the merchandiser on the foam front.
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4. The correct volume should be 5 oz. (147.86 cc)
during the fixed dispense in Mode 2. If adjustment
is needed to attain this volume, make adjustments
to the left side of valve 8 (C1) adjustment screw
as needed until flow rate is satisfactory.
NOTE: The touch pad mount can be tilted forward in
order to give you better access to the valves.
5. For syrup brixing place the brix cup with the syrup
side of the cup under the nozzle area and press
any brand touch pad area associated with that
nozzle dispense point. For example S1 (Syrup 1),
S2, S3, and S4 touch pad areas will be used to
brix N1 (Nozzle 1).
6. Syrup will dispense for a fixed duration and
should be even with the 5 oz. (147.86 cc) water
mark on the cup, or 1 oz (29.57cc) just below the
30cc mark on the syrup side of the brix cup.
7. Check each syrup position and adjust syrup on
the corresponding valve as necessary. A
plumbing label is located on the foam front of the
unit showing the position of each valve and syrup
port. See the plumbing diagram.
8. When finished, move on to another nozzle or, if
your brixing is complete, return the control board
to the dispense mode by pressing the program
button and holding for 3 seconds or until the LED
displays 0. Replace the splash panel and
merchandiser.
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Nozzle 1 (N1) Water & Syrup Brixing
1. With the left control board set to brix mode and
displaying a 2 you can now brix the carbonated
water for N1 (Nozzle 1) located at the far left hand
side of the unit.
2. To brix the carbonated water for this dispense
point leave the nozzle in place, hold the brix cup
with the water side of the cup under N1 (Nozzle
1), and press the F1 (Flavor Shot 1) button. Water
will dispense for a fixed duration.
3. The correct volume should be 5 oz. (147.86 cc). If
adjustment is needed to attain this volume, make
adjustments to the left side of valve 8 (C1)
adjustment screw as needed until flow rate is
satisfactory.
4. For syrup brixing place the brix cup with the syrup
side of the cup under the N1 and press the touch
pad area for S1 (Syrup 1), S2, S3, or S4, and the
corresponding syrup will dispense for a fixed
duration.
5. Syrup should be even with the 5 oz. (147.86 cc)
water mark on the cup, or 1 oz (29.57cc) just
below the 30cc mark on the syrup side of the brix
cup.
6. Check each syrup position and adjust syrup on
the corresponding valve as necessary. A
plumbing label is located on the foam front of the
unit showing the position of each valve and syrup
port. See the plumbing diagram.
7. Move to another nozzle or, if you are finished
brixing, return the control board to the dispense
mode by pressing the program button and holding
for 3 seconds or until the LED displays 0. Replace
the splash panel and merchandiser.
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Nozzle 2 (N2) Water & Syrup Brixing
This is a flavor shot dispense point, designated so by
its blue nozzle, no brixing is needed. Either a 1 or 2
second dispense duration can be selected in program
Mode 1 from the left side control board. (See
Flav’R-Pic External Programming for more
information.)
Nozzle 3 (N3) Carb/Non-Carb Water & Syrup
Brixing
1. With the left control board set to brix mode and
displaying a 2 you can now brix carbonated or
non-carbonated water for N3 (Nozzle 3). (See
Program Mode 1 to designate carb/non-carb.)
2. To brix the carbonated water for this dispense
point, leave the nozzle in place, hold the brix cup
with the water side of the cup under N3 (Nozzle
3), and press the F2 (Flavor Shot 2) button.
Carbonated water will dispense for a fixed
duration.
3. To brix the non-carbonated water for this dispense
point leave the nozzle in place, hold the brix cup
with the water side of the cup under N3 (Nozzle
3), and press the F3 (Flavor Shot 3) button. Water
will dispense for a fixed duration.
4. The correct carb and non-carb volume should be
5 oz. (147.86 cc). If adjustment is needed to attain
this volume, make adjustments to the left side of
valve 11 (C2) adjustment screw for carbonated
water and the right side of valve 11 (NC2)
adjustment screw for non-carbonated water as
needed until flow rate is satisfactory.
5. For syrup brixing place the brix cup with the syrup
side of the cup under the N3 (Nozzle 3) and press
the touch pad area for S5 (Syrup 5), S6, S7, or S8
and the corresponding syrup will dispense for a
fixed duration.
6. Syrup should be even with the 5 oz. (147.86 ml)
water mark on the cup, or 1 oz (29.57cc) just
below the 30cc mark on the syrup side of the brix
cup.
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7. Check each syrup position and adjust syrup on
the corresponding valve as necessary. A
plumbing label is located on the foam front of the
unit showing the position of each valve and syrup
port. See the plumbing diagram.
8. Move to another nozzle or, if you are finished
brixing, return the control board to the dispense
mode by pressing the program button and holding
for 3 seconds or until the LED displays 0. Replace
the splash panel and merchandiser.
Nozzle 4 (N4) Carb/Non-Carb Water & Syrup
Brixing
1. With the right control board set to brix mode and
displaying a 2, you can now brix carbonated or
non-carbonated water for Nozzle 4 (N4). (See
Program Mode 1 to designate carb/non-carb.)
2. To brix the carbonated water for this dispense
point, leave the nozzle in place, hold the brix cup
with the water side of the cup under N4
(Nozzle 4), and press the F6 (Flavor Shot 6)
button. Water will dispense for a fixed duration.
3. To brix the non-carbonated water for this dispense
point, leave the nozzle in place, hold the brix cup
with the water side of the cup under N4
(Nozzle 4), and press the F7 (Flavor Shot 7)
button. Water will dispense for a fixed duration.
4. The correct carb and non-carb volume should be
5 oz. (147.86 ml). If adjustment is needed to attain
this volume, make adjustments to the left side of
valve 11 (C3) adjustment screw for carbonated
water and the right side of valve 4 (NC3)
adjustment screw for non-carbonated water as
needed until flow rate is satisfactory.
5. For syrup brixing place the brix cup with the syrup
side of the cup under the N4 (Nozzle 4) and press
the touch pad area for S9 (Syrup 9), S10, S11, or
S12 and the corresponding syrup will dispense for
a fixed duration.
6. Syrup should be even with the 5 oz. (147.86 cc)
water mark on the cup, or 1 oz (29.57cc) just
below the 30cc mark on the syrup side of the brix
cup.
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7. Check each syrup position and adjust syrup on
the corresponding valve as necessary. A
plumbing label is located on the foam front of the
unit showing the position of each valve and syrup
port. See the plumbing diagram.
8. Move to another nozzle or, if you are finished
brixing, return the control board to the dispense
mode by pressing the program button and holding
for 3 seconds or until the LED displays 0. Replace
the splash panel and merchandiser.
Nozzle 5 (N5) Water & Syrup Brixing
This is a flavor shot dispense point, designated so by
its blue nozzle, no brixing is needed. Either a 1 or 2
second dispense duration can be selected in program
Mode 1 from the right side control board. (See
Flav’R-Pic External Programming for more
information.)
Nozzle 6 (N6) Water & Syrup Brixing
1. With the right control board set to brix mode and
displaying a 2 you can now brix the carbonated
water for N6 (Nozzle 1) located at the far right
hand side of the unit).
2. To brix the carbonated water for this dispense
point, leave the nozzle in place, hold the brix cup
with the water side of the cup under N6 (Nozzle
6), and press the F5 (Flavor Shot 5) button. Water
will dispense for a fixed duration.
3. The correct volume should be 5 oz. (147.86 cc). If
adjustment is needed to attain this volume, make
adjustments to the left side of valve 1 (C4)
adjustment screw as needed until flow rate is
satisfactory.
4. For syrup brixing place the brix cup with the syrup
side of the cup under the N6 (Nozzle 6) and press
the touch pad area for S13 (Syrup 13), S14, S15,
or S16, and the corresponding syrup will dispense
for a fixed duration.
5. Syrup should be even with the 5 oz. (147.86 cc)
water mark on the cup, or 1 oz (29.57cc) just
below the 30cc mark on the syrup side of the brix
cup.
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6. Check each syrup position and adjust syrup on
the corresponding valve as necessary. A
plumbing label is located on the foam front of the
unit showing the position of each valve and syrup
port. See the plumbing diagram.
7. Move to another nozzle or, if you are finished
brixing, return the control board to the dispense
mode by pressing the program button and holding
for 3 seconds or until the LED displays 0. Replace
the splash panel and merchandiser.
FlexTower Programming Modes
LED
Display
Program
Button
CONTROL BOARD RUN OR DISPENSE MODE
(Control Board LED Displays 0)
For finished drink, press and hold any labeled finished
drink touchpad area to manually dispense a finished
noncarbonated drink (all touchpad areas are defaulted
from factor to manual dispense mode). For flavor
adder, press any labeled flavor adder touchpad area
and a one shot stored timed dispense will occur
(dispense time of flavor adder can be changed in
program mode 2).
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THE 6 PROGRAMMING MODES ON FLEXTOWER
CONTROL BOARD
Program Mode 1= Manual Dispense Mode
Program Mode 2= Timed Dispense Mode or Flavor
Adder Mode
Program Mode 3= Water Calibration Mode
Program Mode 4= Syrup Calibration Mode
Program Mode 5= Touchpad Configuration Mode
Program Mode 6= Touchpad LED Light Sequencing
Mode
To Access Programming Modes
To enter programming modes, press and hold the
control board program button for a minimum of 3
seconds. Control board LED displays a number (1) for
manual dispense mode. To select another
programming mode, press and release the control
board program button once to enter the next
programming mode. Repeat pressing and releasing
the control board program button until desired
program mode is entered.
To Exit Programming Modes
To exit programming modes and to save programming
mode changes, press and hold control board program
button for a minimum of 3 seconds. Control board LED
displays (0) for run or dispense mode.
Manual Dispense Mode
(Finished Noncarbonated Drink Dispensed)
Once in program mode (1), the control board LED
displays (1). Press any touchpad selection area two
times in less than three seconds and selection area
LED lights will blink twice to indicate the touchpad
area has been programmed for manual dispense. The
procedure can be repeated for other touchpad
selection areas needing programmed for manual
dispense. After all designated touchpad areas have
been programmed for manual dispense either enter
another program mode or exit the programming
modes, which will save programming mode changes.
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Timed Dispense Mode (Flavor Adder Dispensed)
Once in program mode (2), the control board LED
displays (2). Press any touchpad selection area three
times in less than three seconds and selection area
LED lights will blink three times to indicate the
touchpad area has been programmed for timed
dispense. Then the first and last touchpad selection
areas will illuminate, which will allow increasing the
timed dispense cycle by .2 seconds each press of the
last illuminated touchpad selection area or decreasing
the timed dispense cycle by .2 seconds each press of
the first illuminated touchpad selection area. To
program another touchpad area for timed dispense,
press and release the control board program button to
reset the timed dispense programming mode, first and
last touchpad areas are no longer illuminated. Repeat
procedures for programming timed dispense for other
designated touchpad selection areas. After all
designated touchpad areas have been programmed
for timed dispense, either enter another program
mode or exit the programming modes, which will save
programming mode changes.
Water Calibration Mode
Once in program mode (3), the control board LED
displays (3). Press any touchpad selection area and
the noncarbonated water valve will dispense for three
seconds in order to brix the valve. The procedure can
be repeated as many times as necessary in order to
brix the noncarbonated water valve. After the water
valve has been brixed, either enter another program
mode or exit the programming modes, which will save
programming mode changes.
Syrup Calibration Mode
Once in program mode (4), the control board LED
displays (4). Press any touchpad selection area and
the associated syrup valve circuit will dispense for
three seconds in order to brix the syrup valve circuit.
The procedure can be repeated as many times as
necessary in order to brix all syrup valve circuits. After
all syrup valve circuits have been brixed, either enter
another program mode or exit the programming
modes, which will save programming mode changes.
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Touchpad Configuration Mode
8 Selection Area
4 Selection Area
Once in program mode (5), the control board LED
displays (5). Press the first and last touchpad selection
areas on both touchpads. The touchpad LED lights
sequence through all the touchpad selection areas
indicating the touchpad has been configured. After
configuring both touchpads, either enter another
program mode or exit the programming modes, which
will save programming mode changes.
Touchpad LED Light Sequencing Mode
(8 Selection Area Touchpad)
Once in program mode (6), the control board LED
displays (6). Press the first touchpad selection areas
on either touchpad for clockwise LED light
sequencing. The touchpad LED lights sequence
clockwise through all the touchpad selection areas
indicating the touchpad has been configured for
clockwise LED light sequencing. Or press the second
touchpad selection areas on either touchpad for
counterclockwise LED light sequencing. The touchpad
LED lights sequence counterclockwise through all the
touchpad selection areas indicating the touchpad has
been configured for counterclockwise LED light
sequencing. Or press the third touchpad selection
area on either touchpad to turn off LED light
sequencing. The third touchpad area LED lights
illuminate for 3 seconds then turn off indicating the
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touchpad has been configured for LED light
sequencing off mode. After configuring the LED light
sequencing for touchpads, either enter another
program mode or exit the programming modes, which
will save programming mode changes.
Touchpad LED Light Sequencing Mode
(4 Selection Area Touchpad)
Once in program mode (6), the control board LED
displays (6). Press the first touchpad selection areas
on either touchpad for upward LED light sequencing.
The touchpad LED lights sequence upward through all
the touchpad selection areas indicating the touchpad
has been configured for upward LED light sequencing.
Or press the second touchpad selection areas on
either touchpad for downward LED light sequencing.
The touchpad LED lights sequence downward through
all the touchpad selection areas indicating the
touchpad has been configured for downward LED light
sequencing. Or press the third touchpad selection
area on either touchpad to turn off LED light
sequencing. The third touchpad area LED lights
illuminate for 3 seconds then turn off indicating the
touchpad has been configured for LED light
sequencing off mode. After configuring the LED light
sequencing for touchpads, either enter another
program mode or exit the programming modes, which
will save programming mode changes.
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Adjustments
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MANUAL PUSH
FOR ICE SWITCH
AUTO
MANUAL
SMALLEST SIZE /
DECREASE
BUTTON
LARGEST SIZE /
INCREASE
BUTTON
ICE DISPENSE
MODE SWITCH
DISPLAY
HIDDEN
PROGRAM
SWITCH
ICE DISPENSE
POWER SWITCH
QUICKDRAW ICE PORTION ADJUSTMENTS
The Quickdraw ice dispensing system has adjustable
ice portion sizes. Follow the directions below to set the
ice portion size. Each portion size must be checked
according to customer specification at the time of
installation.
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1. To set the ice portion sizes, press the program
switch 1 time in 3 seconds. The display will read
“0001”.
2. Press the ice portion size that is to be adjusted.
Once the portion size that is to be adjusted is
pressed, the display will show the present pulse
setting for that size.
3. To increase the portion size, press the largest
size button. To decrease the portion size, press
the smallest size button.
NOTE: The pulse count will increase, or decrease, by
1 with each press of the smallest or largest size
buttons.
4. Press the program button 1 time to exit program
mode and save settings.
5. Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each cup size as
necessary.
NOTE: For Data Display Mode, and Test Mode
instructions please refer to the Quickdraw Portion
Control Program flow chart in this manual.
Free movement of the metering wheel is essential for
consistent ice portion sizes.
One Adjustment Screw on Each Side of
QD Assembly
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The Quickdraw assembly is adjustable to assure the
wheel will always move freely. The assembly has two
adjustment screws that can be adjusted in or out to
align where the ice wheel axle goes through the
sensor board and the ice chute.
ROCKING CHUTE ICE DELIVERY SWITCH
ADJUSTMENT
To properly adjust the switch, first unplug the power
cord to the unit then remove the merchandiser. This
will give you access to the ice delivery switch located
on the left side of the rocking chute.
Door Stops
Ice Delivery
Switch
Door Lock
Door
Begin by observing the chute by slowly pushing
against the rocking chute. When the ice delivery
switch clicks, measure the distance from the door
stops on the rocking chute bracket to the door. The
distance between the two must be no more than 1/4"
(0.64 cm), but no less than 1/16" (0.16 cm).
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Door Stops
1/16"
to
1/4"
Door
Door Lock
The left side of the rocking chute has a tab that pushes
up on the ice delivery switch. To adjust it, use needle
nose pliers and bend the arm of the switch up or down
in order to change the point where the tab makes
contact with the switch arm.
Switch Arm
Tab
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Agitation Timer
The timer is non-adjustable and is set to agitate the ice
for 3 seconds every 3.5 hours. Activating the
dispenser will reset the timer. After 3.5 hours of
non-use, the timer will energize the dispenser motor.
The LED tells the technician in which mode the timer is
operating. Rather than a jumper pin, this timer has a
female spade connector that must be connected to
terminal number 6.
When this jumper is in place, the LED will blink at
one-second intervals, this is the run mode.
When the jumper is open, the LED will flash every
0.4 second. This is the test mode and the timer will
cycle every 55 seconds in test mode. If the timer is left
in test mode, it will automatically reset to run mode.
1
5
COM
NC
RED
3
4
NO
2
6
Agitation Timer
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Troubleshooting
This Troubleshooting section has been developed to
assist you in determining what the probable cause for
any particular problem you may experience with your
ice/beverage system could be. It then advises of the
proper corrective action to be taken to remedy that
problem.
Because of the ever present danger from electrical
shock, and the existence of high pressure water and
gas on the system, it is strongly recommended that
only qualified service personnel perform actual
repairs.
Checklist
If a problem arises during operation of your dispenser,
follow the checklist below. Routine adjustments and
maintenance procedures are not covered by the
warranty.
Problem
Possible Cause
To Correct
Dispenser will not
dispense ice (and
NO SOUNDS are
heard when
machine is
activated)
No power
Check electrical connection.
Loose wire in
electrical system
Thoroughly check all wire
connections.
Dispenser
overloaded with ice
Remove ice from dispenser until
unit will operate.
Motor not working
Check thermally protected
motor. Replace motor or
capacitor if necessary.
Dispenser will not
dispense ice
(motor runs but no
ice movement is
heard in bin)
Excessive
clustering or
bridging of ice
No ice in bin
Fill dispenser with ice.
Door not opening
Check rocking chute
mechanism or electric solenoid
operation.
Paddle wheel pin
slipped from the
paddle wheel
Replace paddle wheel pin.
Loaded ice not
broken up. (Caution:
Super cooled ice is
not covered by the
warranty.)
Break ice clusters before
manually filling the dispenser.
(See ice recommendations.)
Excessive water
spilling from the ice
machine
Adjust ice machine to eliminate
water spillage.
Poorly adjusted ice
machine
Adjust ice machine to eliminate
large waffle shapes.
Extremely low usage
of the dispenser
Lower the ice level in the bin.
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Problem
Possible Cause
To Correct
Ice dispenses
continuously
Misaligned
microswitch
Adjust microswitch.
Agitation timer set
incorrectly
Test agitation timer.
Thumping noise or
irregular sound at
a particular area of
the dispenser
Shaved ice clusters
in the bin
Remove clusters, discover why
ice is shaving, and then repair.
Dispensing
crushed ice or
reduced
dispensing speed
Water spillage from
ice machine into
dispenser bin
Adjust ice machine.
Agitation timer
(FRP-250)
Test agitation timer.
Bridge of ice sheet is
too thick
Adjust ice machine.
Paddle wheel area
broken or cracked
Replace paddle wheel area.
Ice clusters in bin
Break up or remove clusters.
Door will not close
Mounting brackets
for rocking chute
have spread too
far apart
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Door not fully open
Adjust door.
Ice jammed in chute
Adjust bridge in ice machine or,
when manually filling, break up
clusters.
Door and/or door
lock has come out of
place
Replace door and lock into
proper position.
Stretched during
removal for cleaning
or maintenance
Bend parts into shape.
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DRINKS
Condition
Investigation
Check
Correction
Warm drinks
Is the
compressor
running? No
Power switch
off or
Compressor
switch off
Move switch to ON
position.
Ice bank control
(CEV)
Check / replace
control box.
Compressor
overload
Check / replace
overload.
Start relay
Check / replace relay.
Compressor
Check / replace
compressor.
Note A: It is important to remember that any time the refrigeration system is
opened the refrigerant should be recovered, a new drier installed and the
proper charge of refrigerant weighed into the refrigeration system.
No water,
syrup or gas
dispensing
Water only
dispensing
Syrup and
CO2 only
dispensing
Is there power to
the unit?
No power
Plug in unit or reset
breaker.
Is power coming
through the key
switch?
Power to
control box
Replace fuse or
control box.
Is there power to
the key switch?
Key switch OFF
Turn switch ON.
Key switch
defective
Replace key switch.
No power
through the
transformer
Reset/replace
transformer.
Regulator(s)
out of
adjustment
Check/adjust
regulator(s).
No pressure
Carbonator
Out of CO2
Install fresh tank.
Defective
regulator(s)
Check/repair/replace
regulator(s).
CO2 line
pinched, kinked
or obstructed
Check/repair/replace
CO2 line.
No power
Check power supply.
Plug in carbonator or
reset breaker.
Water supply
Make sure water is
turned ON.
Replace water filter.
Check/clean/replace
pump strainer.
Check/clean/repair
water check valve.
Check for frozen water
line. Internal
Carbonator unit only.
Check/repair/replace
carbonator pump,
motor, electrode or
liquid level control.
Defective
carbonator
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carbonator pump,
motor, electrode or
liquid level control.
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Condition
Investigation
Check
Correction
Syrup and
plain water
only
dispensing
No pressure
Out of CO2
Install fresh tank.
HP regulator
out of
adjustment
Adjust HP regulator to
the proper setting.
Defective HP
regulator
Check/repair/replace
HP regulator.
CO2 line
pinched, kinked
or obstructed
Check/repair/replace
CO2 line.
Broken wire or
loose
connection
Replace/repair wire or
connector.
Bad
microswitch
Replace microswitch.
Flow control out
of adjustment
Adjust the flow control.
Insufficient
soda flow due
to low
carbonator
pressure
Adjust CO2 pressure
or change the tank.
Low CO2
pressure due to
leaks
Repair CO2 leaks.
Obstruction in
the water or
soda line
Clean out the lines.
Flow control out
of adjustment
Adjust the flow control.
Soda flow too
high
Reset CO2 pressure or
replace regulator if
necessary.
Obstruction in
syrup line
Clean out the syrup
line.
Over
carbonation
Check CO2 supply.
Reset pressure or
replace regulator if
necessary.
Dirty lines/
valves
Clean/sanitize entire
system.
One valve
will not
dispense
anything
Is there power to
the valve?
Beverage
dispensed is
too sweet
Is the ratio (brix)
of the drink
correct?
Beverage is
not sweet
enough
Drinks are
foaming
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Is the ratio (brix)
of the drink
correct?
Are system
pressures
correct?
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PUMP
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Pump motor does
not pump
Black and/or red
probe shorted
Remove probes and bend
straight or replace with new
probe(s).
Problem with motor
or motor wiring
Check line voltage first. Check
AC voltage across load
terminals on Liquid Level
Control. If voltage is 120 plus or
minus 10%, replace motor or
motor wiring.
Problem with Liquid
Level Control Board
Check line voltage first. If AC
voltage across load terminals is
not 120 plus or minus 10%,
replace the Liquid Level Control
Board.
Water pressure from
water source is not
high enough
Verify water pressure leading
into pump inlet is 40 psi
minimum with pump running.
Pump will not run
but tank appears to
be always full
Common Lead
(Green) shorted out
to Red wire (High
Probe)
Verify Green and Red wires are
not touching.
Pump will not run
but tank level
appears to be
below start level
Common Lead
(Green) shorted out
to Black wire (Low
Probe)
Verify Green and Black wires
are not touching.
Pump motor does
not shut off
Problem with Liquid
Level Control Board
Short the “H & L” terminals on
the Liquid Level Control Board.
If motor does not shut off,
replace Liquid Level Control
Board.
Probe Harness
Connection may be
open
Verify connections are good or
replace the wiring harness.
Water may not be
reaching top probe in
carb tank
Verify tank is not filled with CO2
or air by pulling relief valve up
and letting air escape until water
begins coming out.
High Lead (Red)
open or not
connected
Verify Red lead wire is
connected from tank to unit.
Common lead
(Green) open or not
connected
Verify Green lead wire is
connected from tank to unit.
Problem with probe
or probe harness
Check motor and motor wires by
removing red and black wires
from the Liquid Level Control
Board. If okay, short “H & L”
terminal on Liquid Level Control
Board. If motor stays off, verify
probes and bend straight or
replace. Verify with meter.
Problem with motor
or motor wiring
Measure AC voltage across
load terminals on Liquid Level
Control Board. If line voltage is
120 plus or minus 10% replace
motor or motor wiring.
Problem with Liquid
Level Control Board
Check line voltage first. If AC
voltage across load terminals on
Liquid Level Control Board is
not 120 plus or minus 10%,
replace the Liquid Level Control
board.
Pump motor
intermittent
Pump motor
intermittent
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Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Pump motor starts
and stops, short
cycles, as soon as
water level drops
below Red (High)
probe
Black (Low) Lead
wire is open or
disconnected
Verify connections and
continuity of black wire from
Liquid Level Control Board to
Probes on Carb Tank.
Pump motor starts
and stops, short
cycles, as soon as
water level drops
below Black (Low)
probe
Red and Black
Leads are switched
with each other
Verify Red Lead is going to Red
probe and Black Lead is going
to Black probe.
Pump short cycles
from below high
probe to just above
high probe - Low
probe has no effect
Red and Green
Leads are switched
with each other
Verify Red Lead is going to Red
Probe and Green Lead is going
to Ground Screw on tank
Black and Green
Leads are switched
with each other
Verify Black Lead is going to
Black Probe and Green Lead is
going to Ground Screw on tank.
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BLADE TOWER
Condition
Investigation
Check
Correction
Water Only
Dispensing
No Pressure
BNB Fittings
Clogged
Tank Fittings
Clogged
No Power
Clean and Sanitize.
Clean and Sanitize.
Check Power
Supply.
Syrup and
CO2 only
Dispensing
Carbonator
Check Liquid Level
Control Board
For Clogging
Replace Control.
One Valve
will not
dispense
anything
Pre-Mix Valve
(CMBecker)
For Mechanical
For Clogging
Clean and Sanitize.
Post-Mix Valve
(Flomatic 424)
For Mechanical
Replace if
Necessary. Clean
and Sanitize.
Beverage
Dispense is
too sweet or
Drinks are
Foaming
Are system
pressures correct
Syrup Push
Pressure
Replace parts or
entire valve if
necessary.
Drink
Stratification
too great
Visually verify
Soda, Water and
Syrup flowing at
the same time in
mixer block,
when initially
dispensing
Check Valves in
Water and Product
Lines. If soda
water check valve
is bad, Syrup will
overcome soda
water when first
dispensing
product. If syrup
check valve is bad,
soda water will
overcome syrup
flow when first
dispensing
product.
Adjust to 30-40 PSI
per Tower Manual.
Lower equals less
foaming. Too low
will limit flow
volume. Replace
check valve(s).
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FLEXTOWER
Condition
Investigation
Check
Correction
No power at
unit
Electrical circuit
ON/OFF switch
Switch to ON
position/replace
defective switch.
Plugged into
power source
Plug in power cord.
Circuit breaker
tripped
Determine source
of overload.
Power supply
inoperative
Replace power
supply.
24 volt connector
from power source
to control board
Check connection/
connector.
Control board
inoperative
Check/replace
control board.
Board/
bracket
lights
inoperative
Light modules
Inoperative light
modules
Replace modules.
Control board
Control board
programming
Check and
program/
reprogram.
Water only
dispensing
(one or more
flavors)--
Syrup circuit
Syrup supply
depleted
Replenish syrup
supply.
Syrup pressure too
low
Adjust syrup
pressure to 40 PSI
(2.75 BAR).
B-I-B connector off
Reattach B-I-B
connector.
B-I-B connector
plugged
Clean B-I-B
connector.
Syrup line
restricted
Check line from
B-I-B pump to
MFT-16.
Syrup outlet
plugged at valve
Clean syrup outlet.
Syrup port plugged
at injection shroud
Clean port.
Outlet syrup line
off valve
Replace syrup line.
Syrup solenoid
inoperative
Check power to
solenoid.
Check/replace
solenoid.
Check connection
to control board.
Control board
inoperative
Check/replace
control board.
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Condition
Investigation
Check
Correction
Syrup only
dispensing
Water circuit
No water pressure
Check source water
supply.
Water pressure too
low
Have location
check plumbing
and/or install water
booster unit.
Water line
restricted
Check water line
from water source.
Water lines off
water pump
Reattach water
lines.
Water lines off
heat exchanger
Reattach water
lines.
Water lines off tee
connection in unit
Reattach water
lines.
Water valve
solenoid
inoperative
Check power to
solenoid.
Check/replace
solenoid.
Check connection
to control board.
Check/replace
control board.
Noisy syrup/
water valve
solenoid
Syrup/water
valves
Defective solenoid
Replace solenoid.
Finished
drink taste
too sweet/
not sweet
enough
Finished drink
brix incorrect
Check brix ratio as
specified by syrup
manufacturer
Brix finished drink.
Syrup/water
leaks
Syrup and water
circuits
Check water/syrup
connections and
components
Tighten
connections.
Replace leaking
components.
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FLAVOR MAGIC & FRP-250 FLAVOR SHOTS
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Flavor shot syrup
does not dispense
when flavor button
is pressed
Syrup supply
depleted
Replace syrup.
No power to
control board
Flavor syrup does
not shut off
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CO2 supply depleted
Replace CO2.
B-I-B disconnect
loose or packed with
dried syrup residue
Tighten and/ or clean B-I-B
disconnect.
CO2 Regulator set to
low
Check CO2 regulator for proper
setting — 30 PSI (1 Bar) or
according to line run.
Kinked CO2 or syrup
line
Check lines for kinks.
B-I-B pump
inoperative
Check pumps, replace if
needed.
Valve solenoid
inoperative
Check wiring to valve, replace
solenoid.
Vinyl tubing off at
nozzle or at solenoid
Reconnect tubing.
Vinyl tubing plugged
with syrup at nozzle
or at solenoid
Clean tubing and nozzle.
Board not in
dispense mode
Place control board into
dispense mode “0”.
Disconnected or
loose wires
Check connector to transformer
and corresponding control
board.
No power to
transformer
Check power supply at
transformer — 24 VAC.
Check for stuck
solenoid
Replace solenoid if it continues
to stick.
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SELECTABLE ICE
Problem
Possible Cause
To Correct
DISPENSER DOES
NOT DISPENSE
CRUSHED ICE
No power
Check power source and
power cord.
Loose wire in
electrical system
Check wiring.
Nothing is heard
Crusher motor
hums but does not
turn
Dispense switch faulty
Replace switch.
Crusher Motor Faulty
Replace Motor/Gear Box.
Dispenser Safety
Switch Open
Assure Merchandiser is
installed correctly with the
safety switch in the closed
position.
Blades obstructed
Check for obstructions in ice
crusher housing.
Motor faulty
Replace motor.
Faulty start relay/
capacitor
Check relay/capacitor and
replace if bad.
Crusher dispense
door does not open
Door solenoid faulty
Replace solenoid.
Loose wiring to
solenoid
Check wiring.
Gear box on motor
Gear box on motor
faulty
Replace Ice Crusher Motor
Assembly.
Crusher Motor turns
but Gear Motor for
Paddle wheel/
Agitator Bar does
not turn
Nothing on
dispenser works
Difficulty inserting
Blade/Hub
Assembly into
Crusher housing
Crusher Axle broken
Replace Crusher Axle.
Agitator Gear Motor
faulty
Replace Agitator Gear Motor.
Loose wiring
Check wiring.
Obstruction in Ice bin
stopping motor
Check for obstruction.
No power to
dispenser
Check power source.
Dispenser Safety
Switch opens
Assure Merchandiser is
installed correctly with the
safety switch in the closed
position.
Loose wiring
Check wiring.
Stationary Blades not
aligned with locating
slots at top and
bottom of crusher
housing
See Disassembly in this
manual.
Rotating Blades not in
vertical position
Ice in Crusher
Housing
Crushed Ice
dispenses
continuously, or by
itself
Ice Dispense Switch
Faulty
Adjust bridge in ice machine
or, when manually filling,
break up clusters.
No flashing lights on
keypad, Fluorescent
light was on,
crusher and whole
ice dispenser will
not function,
transformer breaker
blown.
Water shorted out
wiring harness on
valves only
Clean up water and reset
transformer.
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MDH-302 AND 402 ICE PIC
Condition
Investigation
Check
Correction
Dispenser
does not
dispense
crushed ice
Nothing is heard
No power to
dispenser
Check power source
and power cord.
Crusher motor
hums but does
not turn
Difficulty
inserting
Blade/Hub
Assembly
into Crusher
housing
Check wiring.
Replace switch.
Crusher Motor
faulty
Replace Motor/Gear
Box.
Dispenser Kill
Switch open
Ensure Merchandiser
is installed correctly
and translight is in
place, holding switch
in the closed position.
Blades obstructed
Check for
obstructions in ice
crusher housing.
Motor faulty
Replace Motor.
Faulty start relay/
capacitor
Check relay/capacitor
and replace if bad.
Door solenoid
faulty
Replace Solenoid.
Loose wiring to
solenoid
Check wiring.
Motor turns, but
blades do not
turn
Gear box on motor
Faulty
Replace Ice Crusher
Motor/Gear Box.
Crusher Axle
broken
Replace Crusher
Axle.
Crusher Motor
turns but Gear
Motor for
Paddlewheel/
Agitator Bar does
not turn
Agitator Gear
Motor faulty
Replace Agitator
Gear Motor.
Crusher dispense
door does not
open
Nothing on
dispenser
works
Loose wiring
Dispense switch
faulty
Loose wiring
Check wiring.
Obstruction in Ice
bin stopping motor
Check for obstruction.
No power to
dispenser
Close Dispenser Kill
Switch.
Dispenser Kill
Switch open
Ensure Merchandiser
is installed correctly
and translight is in
place, holding switch
in the closed position.
Loose wiring
Check wiring.
Stationary Blades
not aligned with
locating slots at
top and bottom of
crusher housing
See "Cleaning the Ice
Crusher Assembly" in
the Maintenance
section of this
manual.
Rotating Blades
not in vertical
position
Check for ice in
Crusher Housing
Crushed Ice
dispenses
continuously,
or by itself
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Ice Dispense
Switch Faulty
Replace the Ice
dispense switch.
Micro switch
adjustment
Adjust properly.
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Liquid Level Control
START
START
Does
Does
Pump
Pump
motor
motor
come
come
on?on?
Yes
No
Remove red
Remove
red
and
black
and black
wires
from
wires from
LLC.
LLC.
Yes
Is
Is pump
pump
motor
motor
operation
operation
intermittent
intermittent
?
?
No
Black
probe
Blackand/or
and/or red
red probe
shorted.
shorted. Remove
Remove
proves, straighten or
probes, straighten or
replace if necessary.
Yes
replace if necessary.
Does
Does
pump
pump
motor
motor
come
come
on?
on?
Short
and
Short “H”
“H” and
“C”
“C” terminals
terminals
on
LLC.
on LLC.
No
Measure
Measure AC
AC
voltage
voltage
across
load
across load
terminals
on
terminals on
LLC.
LLC.
Does
Does
the
pump
pump
motor
motor
shut
shut
off?
off?
Yes
Check
probe
Check probe
harness,
harness, harness
harness
connections
and
connections and
water
water supply.
supply.
No
Check
pump
Check pump
motor
and
motor and
wiring.
wiring.
Yes
Is
Is line
line
voltage
voltage
(±10%)
(± 10%)
present
present
?
?
No
Replace
Replace
LLC.
LLC
END
END
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Diagnosing a Defective Carbonator
Go to the dispensing faucet (valve.)
1. Blowing gas is a carbonator problem.
A. Unplugged
B. Pump
C. Motor
D. Switching device
E. Water off — Noisy pump
F. Filters clogged — Noisy pump
2. Syrup mixing w/plain water is a pressure problem.
A. CO2 pressure is too low
B. CO2 cylinder is empty
C. Water pressure is too high
D. CO2 inlet check valve is clogged
3. The valve is dispensing a thin trickle of syrup with
no water or gas
A. Carbonated water is frozen
B. Valve is defective
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Component Specifications
! Warning
All wiring must conform to local, state and
national codes.
Electrical Requirements
Refer to Ice Machine Model/Serial Plate for voltage/
amperage specifications.
VOLTAGE
The standard voltage for S/SV/SVI/NGF/FRP Series
dispensers is 120VAC-60Hz. A power cord is provided
with 120VAC-60Hz models only. S/SV/SVI/NGF Series
dispensers use a 1/7 hp gearmotor.
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
The minimum circuit ampacity is used to help select
the wire size of the electrical supply. (Minimum circuit
ampacity is not the beverage/ice machine’s running
amp load.) The wire size (or gauge) is also dependent
upon location, materials used, length of run, etc., so it
must be determined by a qualified electrician.
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Minimum Circuit Amperage Chart
Important
Due to continuous improvements, this information
is for reference only. Please refer to the
dispenser serial number tag to verify electrical
data. Serial tag information overrides information
listed on this page.
Dispenser
Voltage/Cycle
CEV-30, CEV-40
120/60
208-230/60,
220-240/50Hz
120/60
220/50
120/60
220/50
24VAC, powered
by existing valve
transformer on
dispenser
120/60
120/60
120/60
120/60
DI-1522, CT-6
DI/DIL2323, CT-8
Flavor Magic
FlexTower
FRP-250
MDH-302, MDH-402
MDH-302SCI,
MDH-402SCI
S-150, S-200, S-250,
SV-150, SV-175,
SV-200, SV-250,
SV-150i, SV-175i,
SV-200i, SV-250i,
SV-250QD, NGF-250,
NGF-250QD
115/60
220/50, 220/60,
240/50, 240/60
220-240/50
Minimum
Circuit Amps
8.2
2.4
3.2
0.5
2.5
3.0
3.5
5.4
2.8
1.5
5
(with carb
deck)
NOTE: For FlexTower applications — A dedicated
120 VAC, 15 ampere circuit is required to provide
power to the power supply’s transformer with an
output of 24 VAC for the electric valves, 120 VAC,
8 ampere circuit, and to power a cold water
recirculation pump. The power supply has a 120 VAC
outlet to provide power for the cold water recirculation
pump.
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Grounding Instructions
! Warning
The beverage/ice machine must be grounded in
accordance with national and local electrical
codes.
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of
malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path
of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk
of electric shock. This appliance is equipped with a
cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
! Warning
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
The conductor with insulation having an outer
surface that is green with or without yellow stripes
is the equipment grounding conductor. If repair or
replacement of the cord or plug is necessary, do
not connect the equipment-grounding conductor
to a live terminal. Check with a qualified
electrician or serviceman if the grounding
instructions are not completely understood, or if
in doubt as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with
the appliance — if it will not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
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! Warning
When using electric appliances, basic precautions must
always be followed, including the following:
a. Read all the instructions before using the
appliance.
b. To reduce the risk of injury, close supervision
is necessary when an appliance is used near
children.
c. Do not contact moving parts.
d. Only use attachments recommended or sold
by the manufacturer.
e. Do not use outdoors.
f. For a cord-connected appliance, the
following shall be included:
•
Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To
unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
•
Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before servicing or cleaning.
•
Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug, or after the
appliance malfunctions or is dropped or
damaged in any manner. Contact the
nearest authorized service facility for
examination, repair, or electrical or
mechanical adjustment.
g. For a permanently connected appliance —
Turn the power switch to the off position
when the appliance is not in use and before
servicing or cleaning.
h. For an appliance with a replaceable lamp —
Always unplug before replacing the lamp.
Replace the bulb with the same type.
i. For a grounded appliance — Connect to a
properly grounded outlet only. See
Grounding Instructions.
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Pump Deck Wiring
The supply cord is equipped with a three prong 5-15P.
When a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is
required by code, a breaker type protector must be
used. We do not recommend GFIC outlets as they are
known for more intermittent nuisance trips than panel
breakers. To ensure both the safety and proper
operation of this equipment, be certain that the
electrical receptacle is a proper design so as to accept
this plug, ensuring that the carbonator assembly is
properly grounded.
If the pump deck is to be installed in an area or
community whose local codes require permanent
wiring, the following procedure must be followed.
1. The three wires (white, black and green) must be
fed through the cable connector and brought into
the wiring compartment. The cable must be
secured into the connector.
2. The green wire from the cable must be connected
to the green screw that attaches to the inside
panel of the wiring compartment. Be sure to use a
ring torque terminal for connecting the wire to the
screw.
3. The white wire from the cable must be joined to
the N terminal of the liquid level control board by a
suitable U.L. listed insulated cable connector.
The black wire from the cable must be joined to the L1
terminal of the liquid level control board by a suitable
U.L. listed insulated cable connector.
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Water Supply
RECOMMENDED PLUMBING
The plumbing diagram is printed on a white vinyl label,
normally located above the inlet tubes for syrup and
water. The plumbing diagram label can be accessed
by removing the splash panel of the dispenser. The
plumbing diagram label explains which inlet coldplate
fittings supply which dispenser valves and water
manifolds.
The water supply must first be connected to the
carbonator pump (not shown) before plumbing to
connection “A” shown on plumbing diagram. The
carbonator pump deck must be within six feet (1.8 m)
of the dispenser for optimum performance. See B-I-B
installation diagram for system pressure settings.
NOTE: Valves are read from right to left.
A check valve must be installed in the water
supply line 3 feet (0.9 m) from the noncarbonated
water connection “PW”. Contact factory if not
installed.
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PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS
Min.
Max.
Incoming Water
Pressure
40 psi
(2.75 bar)
70 psi static
(4.83 bar)
Plain Water Pressure
to Carb Tank
55 psi
(3.79 bar)
65 psi static
(4.48 bar)
Ambient
Temperature
40°F
(4°C)
105°F
(41°C)
CO2 Pressure
(Primary)
90 psi
(6.21 bar)
100 psi
(6.90 bar)
Pre-mix Pressure
Normal
60 psi*
(4.14 bar)
Diet
40 psi*
(2.75 bar)
B-I-B (Secondary)
75 psi (5.17 bar) or according to
line run
Flavor Shot
30 psi (2.07 bar) or according to
line run
Quickdraw CO2
Supply
75 psig
(5.17 bar)
Quickdraw
Regulator Valve
40 psig
(2.75 bar)
50 psig
(3.45 bar)
Quickdraw Carbonation
75 psi
(5.17 bar)
Cold
90 psi
(6.21 bar)
Ambient
100 psi
(6.90 bar)
* This is the optimal pressure. When the foam is too high, decrease
the pressure; when spitting/popping is an issue, increase the
pressure.
Important
When installing cold carbonated (Intelli carb)
equipment, never put a tee for the plain water
connection in the line from the pump deck to the
cold plate. Putting a tee in the line will create
service problems and bad drink quality.
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NOTE: For FlexTower applications, a plain water
supply capable of delivering 100 GPH (378.5 liters/hr)
with a minimum dynamic water pressure of 40 psi
(2.75 bar) and a maximum static water pressure of
80 psi (5.5 bar) is required to provide water for the non
carbonated beverages. Water treatment is highly
recommended to assure a quality finished beverage.
CAPACITIES
Dispenser
Valves
Ice Storage
CEV-30
6
N/A
CEV-40
8
N/A
CT-6
6
N/A
CT-8
8
N/A
DI-1522
6
65 lbs (29.5 kg)
DI2323
8
77 lbs (34.9 kg)
DIL2323
8
97 lbs (44 kg)
Flavor Magic
3-4 Flavors
N/A
FlexTower
8-16 Flavors
N/A
FRP-250
16 Flavors,
8 Flavor Shots
250 lbs (113 kg)
S/SV-150
6
150 lbs (68 kg)
SV-175
8
175 lbs (79.4 kg)
S/SV-200 (SCI)
8-10
200 lbs (90.7 kg)
S/SV/NGF-250
(SCI/QD)
8-10
250 lbs (113 kg)
MDH-302 (SCI)
10 or 12
300 lbs (136 kg)
MDH-402 (SCI)
16 or 20
400 lbs (181 kg)
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Charts
Flavor Magic Logic Matrix
Prog & cal mode can only be
accessed during first 5s after
power up to protect data from
accidental change
System power
on
Prog
button
pressed?
Prog
button pressed
3s?
y
y
Count
down
4,3,2,1,0
y
n
Change active
flavors to 3 or 4
(Default value 3)
5s reached?
Display shows
active
(-3- or -4-)
n
3s reached?
n
y
Dispensing Loop
Display
shows
Cnt
Display
shows
--y
y
Prog
button
pressed?
Prog
button pressed
3s?
n
n
Flavor
pressed?
n
n
Flavor
pressed?
y
y
Show flavor
counter
Turn on flavor
solenoid
n
Display shows
(1--or -1-or --1or ---1)
Flavor
pressed
for 3s?
n
Clear the
counter
Flavor
counter+1
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Prog
button
pressed?
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Programming Loop
n
n
Display
shows
Pro
Flavor
pressed?
Prog button
pressed?
n
y
Display current value
of time delay 3.0
(Default value 1s)
Range 0-10s
Flavor 1 pressed
inc delay
.2s
Display
shows
3.2
y
y
n
n
Flavor 3 pressed
inc delay
.2s
Display
shows
2.8
y
n
Prog button
pressed?
y
Prog button
pressed 3s?
y
Display
shows
P-S
n
Flavor 1
pressed?
y
Purge/Sanitize
Cycle
Flavor 1 on 4s,
Flavor 2 on 4s,
Flavor 3 on 4s,
(Flavor 4 on 4s)
n
Prog button
pressed?
y
y
Prog button
pressed
3s?
n
900s
reached?
n
Prog button
pressed?
y
n
y
Prog button
pressed
3s?
n
Programming Loop (continued on next page)
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Programming Loop
(continued from previous page)
n
Prog button
pressed
3s?
Prog button
pressed?
y
n
Display
shows
0.0
y
Flavor 3
pressed dec
delay 1s
y
Flavor 2
pressed inc
delay 1s
n
Display
shows
2.0
y
y
Display current value
of time delay 1.0
(Default value 0s)
Range 0-10s
y
yProg button
pressed?
Flavor
pressed?
n
y
Display
shows
dLAY
n
n
Prog button
pressed
3s?
y
y
Prog button
pressed?
Prog button
pressed?
n
n
Display current LED
value OFF or ON
(Default value off)
n
Part Number STH14 9/10
y
n
Flavor
pressed?
Display
shows
FLSH
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Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Logic Matrix
System power on
(24V from transformer)
Energize
Touchpad (active)
Touchpad LEDs (sync w/other touchpad)
Carb/Non-carb Mode (Brand only)
Cont. LED - carbonated
Flash LED (0.5s on/off) - plain
Tap touchpad to switch
n
Brand
Program Mode?
Prog button
pressed > 3s?
y
LCD display
=1
Brand or Flavor?
Flavor
Brix Mode
Fixed 1.6s dispense
Brand = syrup and
Flavor=
F1 = C1, F2 = C2,
F3 = NC2
F5 = C4, F6 = C3,
F7 - NC3
Tap touchpad to activate
Dispense Time Mode (Flavor only)
Cont. LED - 1s dispense
Flash LED (0.5s on/off) - 1s dispense
Tap touchpad to switch
LCD Display
=2
Prog button
pressed > 3s or
300s elapsed?
n
n
Prog button
pressed > 3s or
300s elapsed?
y
n
LCD Display
=3
LED Sequence Mode
Touch brand button location shown below to change
1. LED flash outside to center (0.5s on/off) Default
2. LED flash center to outside (0.5s on/off)
3. LED flash all (0.5s on/off)
4. LED continuous
5. LED chaser left to right
6. LED chaser right to left
7. LED off all
y
LCD Display
=0
y
(S1 andS16)
(S2 and S15)
(S3 and S14)
(S4 and S13)
(S4 and S11)
(S6 and S12)
(S7 and S10)
Prog button
pressed > 3s or
300s elapsed?
Normal Dispense Mode
Brand - ON MODE - Water on then Syrup on 60 ms later.
OFF MODE - Syrup off then Water off 60 ms later.
Flavor shot - 1s or 2 s (release and press - no delay between dispenses)
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Valve 9
S2
Valve 8
C1
24 VAC
6
S1
5
S1
F1, F3,
F2, F4
4
S1
N3
S8
S7
3
S1
2
S1
S5, S7,
S6, S8,
C2, NC2
S6
S1, S3,
S2, S4
C1
S5
F2 F4
NC2
F1 F3
N2
S4
C2
Valve 11
1
S1
0
S1
N4
S9
S10
S9
S8
S9, S11,
S10, S12,
C3, NC3
S11
S12
S7
C3
S6
F5, F7,
F6, F8
N5
F6 F8
F5 F7
NC3
Valve 4
PCB Dispense
Valve Controls - C3, C4, NC3
S9-S16, F4-F8
PCB Dispense
Valve Controls - C1, C2, NC2
S1-S8, F1-F4
N1
S3
S2
S7
S1
S6
Valve 10
Transformer
EXTERNAL
CONNECTIONS
S3
F4
F1
S1
F3
Valve 12
Valve 13
S8
S4
F2
S9
Valve 15
S5
OPTIONAL
PCB Crusher
Valve 14
115 VAC
S13
S5
F5
N6
S13
S14
S10
S4
S3
S13, S15,
S14, S16,
C4
S15
S16
S11
S2
S15
S1
S14
Valve 2
F8
Valve 6
Valve 3
F7
Valve 5
F6
S12
Valve 7
L
IL )
CH B
E- AR
PW PR =C
(C
S16
Valve 1
C4
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FLAV’R-PIC (FRP-250) CONTROL BOARD, VALVE,
TOUCH PAD MATRIX
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Diagrams
Blade Tower Plumbing
SINGLE TOWER
Installation Kit
(020001441)
020001403
Pressurized
Filtered
Water Supply
00861302
Primary
Carb
Pump
Carb
Tank
Circ
Pump
Part Number STH14 9/10
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TWO TOWER
Installation Kit
(020001441)
020001403
00861302
Tee Kit
(020001411)
Pressurized
Filtered
Water
Supply
Primary
Carb
Pump
Carb
Tank
Circ
Pump
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THREE TOWER
Installation Kit
(020001441)
020001403
Tee Kit
(020001411)
00861302
Tee Kit
(020001411)
Primary
Carb
Pump
Carb
Tank
Circ
Pump
Part Number STH14 9/10
Pressurized
Filtered
Water
Supply
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CEV-30i & CEV-30e Plumbing
Carb Water Inlet
Syrup 2
Syrup 5
CO2 inlet
Carb Water Inlet
Non-carb Water Inlet
Internal Carbonation
Check valve
(flow arrow
points into
water line)
See Installation
Manual for
Further Details
Syrup 1
Syrup 4
CEV-30i & CEV-30e
Non-carb Water Inlet
Syrup 3
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING
Syrup 4
ALL INLETS ARE 3/8" BARBED FITTINGS EXCEPT CO2 INLET
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812)-246-7000
External Carbonation
Syrup 5
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 1
NOTE:
1. All valves are carbonated water as shipped from
factory.
2. Check valve supplied with unit is installed in the
non-carbonated water line inlet. The flow direction
arrow should point into the stainless steel line.
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External Carbonation
Syrup 6
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Check valve
(flow arrow
points into
water line)
Syrup 1
Internal Carbonation
Non-carb Water Inlet
Syrup 6
Syrup 5
CO2 inlet
Plain Water Inlet
Syrup 4
CEV-30i & CEV-30e
See Installation
Manual for
Further Details
Syrup 4
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING
Syrup 5
ALL INLETS ARE 3/8" BARBED FITTINGS EXCEPT CO2 INLET
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812)-246-7000
Non-carb Water Inlet
Carb Water Inlet
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 1
NOTE:
1. All valves are carbonated water as shipped from
factory.
2. Check valve supplied with unit is installed in the
non-carbonated water line inlet. The flow direction
arrow should point into the stainless steel line.
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CEV-40i & CEV-40e Plumbing
External Carbonation
Syrup 7
Carb Water Inlet
Syrup 8
Syrup 4
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 6
Non-carb Water Inlet
Internal Carbonation
See Installation
Manual for
Further Details
Check valve
(flow arrow
points into
water line)
Syrup 7
CO2 inlet
Carb Water Inlet
Syrup 8
CEV-40i & CEV-40e
Syrup 1
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING
Syrup 5
ALL INLETS ARE 3/8" BARBED FITTINGS EXCEPT CO2 INLET
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812)-246-7000
Non-carb Water Inlet
Syrup 6
Syrup 5
Syrup 4
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 1
NOTE:
1. All valves are carbonated water as shipped from
factory.
2. Check valve supplied with unit is installed in the
non-carbonated water line inlet. The flow direction
arrow should point into the stainless steel line.
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CEV-30j Plumbing
6 Valve Inlet
Plain Water Inlet
Syrup 6
Syrup 5
Syrup 4
Syrup 3
5 Valve Inlet
Syrup 4
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 1
CEV-30j
Plain Water Inlet
Syrup 5
ALL INLETS ARE 3/8" BARBED FITTINGS
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812)-246-7000
Syrup 1
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING
Syrup 2
4 Valve Inlet
Plain Water Inlet
Syrup 4
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 1
NOTE:
1. Minimum water pressure of 40 psi is needed to
attain a 1-1/2 oz/sec flow rate.
2. Minimum water pressure of 55 psi is needed to
attain a 2-1/2 oz/sec flow rate.
3. If water pressure varies by ±20 psi the valve brix
will not be maintained.
4. See service manual for further details.
Part Number STH14 9/10
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Syrup 1
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 2
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 3
160
Unit Drain
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 4
Syrup 5
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 6
Counter
Top
CT-6 Recommended Plumbing
2-1-1-2 Plumbing Configuration
CAUTION
Power
Cord
Electrical Box
Lighted Merch.
Power Cord
Valve Jumper
Harness
CT-6 Wiring Diagram
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
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CT-6 Plumbing and Wiring
Part Number STH14 9/10
Syrup 1
Syrup 2
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 3
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 4
Unit Drain
Part Number STH14 9/10
Counter
Top
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 5
Carb. or Plain Water
Syrup 6
Syrup 7
Syrup 8
CT-8 Recommended Plumbing
3-1-1-3 Plumbing Configuration
CAUTION
Power
Cord
Lighted
Merch.
Power Cord
CT-8 Wiring Diagram
Electrical
Box
Valve
Jumper
Harness
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
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CT-8 Plumbing and Wiring
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CF-1522 Plumbing
CF-1522 4 Valve Plumbing
Conversion for non-carbonated flavor
1. De-pressurize system.
2. Remove drain grid, splash panel and drainpan to
access insulated lines.
3. Cut carb water line (in tower) to valve to be
converted and cap.
4. Disconnect syrup line to valve being converted.
5. Plumb syrup circuit in coldplate to water side of
valve (flush syrup line first).
6. Plumb dedicated plain water line from water
source to coldplate inlet (syrup circuit converted
for chilling water).
7. Run ambient syrup line into drop-in tower to syrup
side of valve.
8. Replace drainpan, splash panel and drain grid.
9. Pressurize system and verify system operation.
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Cut / cap carb
water line
Re-plumb syrup
line to water side
of valve
Ambient syrup
line into unit and
to valve
NOTE: Tapping into existing water line too close to the
pump deck can result in starving the valve when the
carbonator cycles. If a dedicated water line is not
possible, tee into the existing water line as close to the
source as possible.
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DI-1522 Post-mix Plumbing
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING: DI-1522 IC
2-1-1-2 Right to Left
Detail A
Detail A
NOTE 1:
A. Plain water to the carbonator
B. Carb water to coldplate post-chill
NOTE 2:
For 5(4) vale unit:
– Inlet syrup number 6(6.5) isn’t used
– Valve number 6(6.5) isn’t used
Ambient Carbonation
Jumper tube between pre-chill
coldplate and post-chill in coldplate
S1
S2
S3
Plain Water
Carb Water
S4
S5
FLEX
MANIFOLD
S6
Manifold: Change to Carbonated or
Non-carbonated water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32" allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carbonated water.
3. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
4. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
PW
PW From Pump
For Assistance Call
812-246-7000
DI-1522 Pre-mix Plumbing
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING: DI-1522 PREMIX
Valve Locations
Line 1
Line 2
Line 3
Line 4
Line 5
Line 6
3/4" NPT
Drainpan
Drain
3/4" NPT
Coldplate
Drain
Bottom View
Line 6
Line 5
Line 4
Line 3
Line 2
Line 1
For 5 valve unit:
Line 6 is not used
For 4 valve unit:
Lines 1 & 6 are not used
Inlet Line Locations
For Assistance Call
812-246-7000
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DI/DIL-2323 6 Valve Post-mix Plumbing
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING: DI-1522 PREMIX
1-1-1-1-2 Flex
Left to Right
For 6 Valve Units
Valve Locations
Relief Valve
CO2 to
Carbonabor
Water #2
#2 Syrup
*Plugged*
*Plugged*
Water #1
#1 Syrup
*Plugged*
*Plugged*
Water #6
#6 Syrup
Water #5
#5 Syrup
Water #4
#4 Syrup
Water #3
#3 Syrup
3/4" NPT
Drainpan
Drain
3/4" NPT
Coldplate
Drain
Carbonabor
Bottom View
Ambient Carbonation
A = Carbonated water
B = Plain water
Internal Carbonation
A = Plain water to carbonator from pump
B = Plain water (40-55 psi) to manifold
C = Carbonated water from carbonator to manifold
Items within bold boxes are
for internal carbonation only.
CO2 IN
Water #6
Water #5
Water #4
Water #3
Water #1 & #2
B
#1 Syrup
A
#6 Syrup
#5 Syrup
#4 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#2 Syrup
Internally
carbonated
units only
For Assistance Call
812-246-7000
Operation:
Manifold to Change to Carbonated
or Non-carbonated Water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32"
1. allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carb water.
2. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
3. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
Valves
5,6
Part Number STH14 9/10
4
3
1,2
Carb Water
Plain Water
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DI/DIL-2323 8 Valve Post-mix Plumbing &
Variety Valve
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING: DI/DIL-2323
*Optional Dual Flavor Valve*
8A Ambient
8B Thru Coldplate
*Optional*
Variety Valve
On Valve 6
Optional Variety Valve
1 – Water
(Thru Coldplate)
2 – Syrup
(Ambient)
Water #3
#3 Syrup
Water #2
#2 Syrup
Water #1
#1 Syrup
Water #8
#8 Syrup (8)
Water #7
#7 Syrup
Water #6
#6 Syrup
Water #5
#5 Syrup
Water #4
#4 Syrup
3 – Syrup
(Ambient)
Relief Valve
CO2 to
Carbonabor
4 – Syrup
(Thru Coldplate)
Carbonabor
3/4" NPT
Drainpan
Drain
3/4" NPT
Coldplate
Drain
Ambient Carbonation
Bottom View
A = Carbonated water
B = Plain water
Internal Carbonation
A = Plain water to carbonator from pump
B = Plain water (40-55 psi) to manifold
C = Carbonated water from carbonator to manifold
#8 Syrup (A)
CO2 IN
Water #7 & #8
Water #6
Water #5
Water #4
Water #1, #2 & #3
Carbonated Water Circuit (A)
Plain Water Circuit (B)
#8 Syrup (8)
#7 Syrup
#6 Syrup
#5 Syrup
#4 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#2 Syrup
#1 Syrup
Internally
carbonated
units only
For Assistance Call
812-246-7000
Operation:
Manifold to Change to Carbonated
or Non-carbonated water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32"
1. allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carb water.
2. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
3. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
7,8
6
Valves
5
4
1,2,3
Water/Soda
IN
OUT
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DI/DIL-2323 10 Valve Post-mix Plumbing
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING: DI/DL-2323
4-2-1-1-2 Flex
Right to Left
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
#5 Syrup
#4 Syrup
Water #3 & #4
#3 Syrup
Water #2
#2 Syrup
Water #1
#1 Syrup
9
Water #10
#10 Syrup
Water #9
#9 Syrup
Water #8
#8 Syrup
Water #7
#7 Syrup
Water #5 & #6
#6 Syrup
10
}
Water #9 & #10
Water #8
Water #7
Water #5 & #6
Water #1, #2, #3 & #4
Carbonated Water
Plain Water
#10 Syrup
#9 Syrup
#8 Syrup
#7 Syrup
#6 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#2 Syrup
#1 Syrup
#5 Syrup
Soft Plumb
#4 Syrup
3/4" NPT
Drainpan
Drain
3/4" NPT
Coldplate
Drain
Bottom View
For Assistance Call
812-246-7000
5011511-0
Operation:
Manifold to Change to Carbonated
or Non-carbonated water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32"
1. allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carb water.
2. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
3. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
Valves
8,9,10
7
5,6
Part Number STH14 9/10
4
1,2,3
Carb Water
Plain Water
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DI/DIL-2323 6 Valve Pre-mix Plumbing
SERVEND RECOMMENDED PLUMBING: DI/DL-2323
#6 Syrup
#5 Syrup
#4 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#2 Syrup
#1 Syrup
Valve Locations
3/4" NPT
Drainpan
Drain
3/4" NPT
Coldplate
Drain
#1 Syrup
#2 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#4 Syrup
#5 Syrup
#6 Syrup
Bottom View
For 5 Valve Unit:
Inlet 6 is Not Used
Valve 6 is Not Used
Inlet Line Locations
For Assistance Call
812-246-7000
168
5009394-0
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Flavor Magic Plumbing
B-I-B Rack Configuration
1 x 3 B-I-B
2 x 4 B-I-B Rack
2 x 3 B-I-B Rack
Flavor 1
Flavor 5
Flavor 1
Flavor 1
Flavor 4
Flavor 2
Flavor 6
Flavor 2
Flavor 2
Flavor 5
Flavor 3
Flavor 7
Flavor 3
Flavor 3
Flavor 6
Flavor 4
Flavor 8
Flavor
Magic
Module
Set Regulator
20 to 30 psi
1 x 4 B-I-B
CO2
Supply
Flavor 1
Pump
1
Flavor 2
Pump
2
Flavor 3
Pump
3
Flavor 4
Pump
4
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FRP-250 Plumbing Diagram
S5
S9
S4
S8
F
2
F
3
F
4
F
1
C1
S1
S2
C1 / C2/ NC2
C3 / C4/ NC3
S1-S8 / F1-F4
S9-S16 / F5-F8
CONTROL BOARD
LEFT SIDE
S3
S6
S7
S3
S2
S4
F
1
F
2
F
3
F
4
C1
C2 NCS2
PR
IN
TO CARB
TANK
F
7
F
5
F
8
C3 NCS3 S11 S10 S15 S14
C4
S16
S5
S7
S12
S10
F F
5 7
S16
S14
S6
S8
S11
S9
F F
6 8
S15
S13
C2 / NC2
CO2
F
6
RIGHT BEVERAGE VALVES
LEFT TOUCHPADS
OUT
S12
CONTROL BOARD
RIGHT SIDE
LEFT BEVERAGE VALVES
S1
S13
FROM
CARB
TANK
C3 / NC3
C4
RIGHT TOUCHPADS
C = CARB
S = SYRUP
F = FLAVOR SHOT
NC = NON-CARB
PW = PLAIN WATER
PR = PRESSURE RELIEF
INTERNAL CARB
TANK (OPTIONAL)
PN 020001891
S16 S15 S14 S13 S12 S11 S10
S9 S8 S7 S6 S5 S4 S3 S2 S1 PW PRECHILL
<INLETS>
= WATER
= SYRUP
= FLAVOR SHOT
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S9= 25”
S10= 6”
S11= 6”
S12= 25”
C3= 1.5”
NC3= 10”
N4= 10”
S1= 6”
S2= 6”
S3= 6”
S4= 13”
C1= 10”
S4
S12
S9
S1
NOZZLE 4
TOP VIEW
FRONT
020001779
C1
NOZZLE 1
TOP VIEW
FRONT
020001779
C1
S10
S11
C3
S2
S3
N4
NC3
F5= 18”
F6= 18”
F7= 18”
F8= 18”
F1= 13”
F2= 13”
F3= 13”
F4= 13”
F6
F5
F1
F1
NOZZLE 5
TOP VIEW
FRONT
020001779
CAP
NOZZLE 2
TOP VIEW
FRONT
020001779
CAP
F8
F7
F4
F3
S13= 25”
S14= 6”
S15= 6”
S16= 6”
C4= 10”
S5= 13”
S6= 6”
S7= 6”
S8= 13”
C2= 1.5”
NC2= 10”
N3= 10”
S13
S15
S6
S7
NOZZLE 6
TOP VIEW
FRONT
020001779
C4
NOZZLE 3
TOP VIEW
FRONT
020001779
N3
S16
S14
S5
S8
C2
N3
NC2
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FRP-250 & FRP-250SCI Tubing Layout
171
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FT-8 Plumbing
FT-8
Recommended Plumbing
Plain Water Recirculation
Connections
Syrup 4
Syrup 5
Syrup 3
Syrup 6
Syrup 2
Syrup 7
Syrup 1
Syrup 8
Syrup
Valves
Water Valve
Syrup 4
Syrup 3
Syrup 2
Syrup 1
Syrup 5
Syrup 6
Syrup 7
Syrup 8
Syrup Injection
Shroud Assembly
Part No. 020000893
Revision No. 0
FT-12 Plumbing
FT-12
Syrup 8
Syrup 7
Syrup 6
Syrup 5
Recommended Plumbing
Plain Water
Recirculation
Connections
Syrup 4
Syrup 9
Syrup 3
Syrup 10
Syrup 2
Syrup 11
Syrup 1
Syrup 12
Syrup
Valves
Water Valve
Syrup Injection
Shroud Assembly
172
Part No. 020000893
Revision No. 0
Part Number STH14 9/10
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FlexTower Water Recirculation Pump
Flow
Inlet
Potable
Water
Supply
Ice Drink
Dispenser
Pump
Non
Carb
MFT
FlexTower Water Chiller Flow
Refrigerated
Cooler
Inlet
Potable
Water
Supply
Plain Water
Cooling Coil
Pump
Non
Carb
MFT
Part Number STH14 9/10
173
Note: Syrup lines not shown.
Pre-chill
C
A
#9 Syrup
#8 Syrup
#7 Syrup
Plain Water
(C)
Carb Water
(A) (See Note)
Inlet Lines
#10 Syrup
Note: Internally carbonated units - From carbonator pump to carbonator located on unit
Externally carbonated units - From external carbonator to manifold.
For Assistance
(812) 246-7000
Flex Manifold
Post-chill
Servend Recommended Plumbing
MDH-302 Left Hand Side
In
B
Out
Internal
Carbonator
Tank
A
A
C
Note: Syrup lines not shown.
Pre-chill
Flex Manifold
Post-chill
Servend Recommended Plumbing
MDH-302 Right Hand Side
Inlet Lines
Note: Internally carbonated units - From carbonator pump to carbonator located on unit
Externally carbonated units - From external carbonator to manifold.
*Externally Carbonated Units*
Carbonator Tank is Replace by
By-pass Tube
Externally Carbonated Units
A = Plain Water to Remote Carbonator
A = Pump Deck Tank (In)
B = Carb Water from Remote Carbonator
B = Pump Deck Tank (Out)
C = Plain Water to Flex-Manifold
Internally Carbonated Units
A = Plain Water to Carbonator
B = Carb Water from Internal
B = Carbonator to Flex Manifold
C = Plain Water to Flex Manifold
#11 Syrup
174
#12 Syrup
2-1-1-2 Flex
Left to Right
2-1-1-2 Flex
Left to Right
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MDH-302 12 Valve Plumbing
Carb Water
(A) (See Note)
Plain Water
(C)
#6 Syrup
#5 Syrup
#4 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#2 Syrup
#1 Syrup
Part Number STH14 9/10
#14 Syrup
Plain Water (B)
(To Carbonator
From Carbonator
Pump)
Plain Water A
5010860-0
Note: Syrup lines not shown.
#15 Syrup
Coldplate
#16 Syrup
For Assistance
(812) 246-7000
#12 Syrup
#11 Syrup
Carbonator
For Assistance
(812) 246-7000
(To Carbonator
From Carbonator
Pump)
Manifold
Plain Water A
2-1-1-1-3 Flex
Left to Right
Coldplate
Manifold
#3 Syrup
2-1-1-1-3 Flex
Left to Right
#5 Syrup
#2 Syrup
#13 Syrup
#10 Syrup
Carbonator
A = Plain Water to
A = Carbonator
B = Plain Water to
B = Manifold
C = Carb Water to
C = Manifold
5010859-0
Note: Syrup lines not shown.
Servend Recommended Plumbing
#4 Syrup
A = Plain Water to
A = Carbonator
B = Plain Water to
B = Manifold
C = Carb Water to
C = Manifold
Plain Water (B)
Cold Carb MDH-402 16 Valve
#6 Syrup
Cold Carb MDH-402 16 Valve
#7 Syrup
Part Number STH14 9/10
#8 Syrup
Servemd Recommended Plumbing
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MDH-402 16 Valve Plumbing
175
#1 Syrup
#9 Syrup
#10 Syrup
#9 Syrup
#8 Syrup
#7 Syrup
(To Carbonator
From Carbonator
Pump)
Plain Water A
5010861-0
Note: Syrup lines not shown.
For Assistance
(812) 246-7000
Plain Water A
Coldplate
(To Carbonator
From Carbonator
Pump)
#5 Syrup
#4 Syrup
Carbonator
Plain Water (B)
Coldplate
Manifold
#15 Syrup
#14 Syrup
Manifold
Carbonator
A = Plain Water to
A = Carbonator
B = Plain Water to
B = Manifold
C = Carb Water to
C = Manifold
5010862-0
Note: Syrup lines not shown.
#17 Syrup
For Assistance
(812) 246-7000
Plain Water (B)
3-1-2-1-3 Flex
Left to Right
#18 Syrup
A = Plain Water to
A = Carbonator
B = Plain Water to
B = Manifold
C = Carb Water to
C = Manifold
#19 Syrup
3-1-2-1-3 Flex
Left to Right
#12 Syrup
#11 Syrup
#6 Syrup
#3 Syrup
#2 Syrup
Servend Recommended Plumbing
#13 Syrup
Cold Carb MDH-402 20 Valve
#16 Syrup
Servend Recommended Plumbing
#20 Syrup
176
Cold Carb MDH-402 20 Valve
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MDH-402 20 Valve Plumbing
Part Number STH14 9/10
#1 Syrup
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S/SV150 6 Valve Diagram
PLUMBING: 2-1-1-2 MANIFOLDING
*OPTIONAL*
VARIETY VALVE ON #3
INTERNAL CARBONATOR TANK
1 – WATER
(THRU COLDPLATE)
VALVES “SYRUP LINES NOT SHOWN”
6
CARBONATOR OUT TO POST-CHILL
PRE-CHILL OUT TO CARBONATOR
CO2
VALVES
CIRCUITS
5
2
4
1
3
3
2
4
2 – SYRUP
(AMBIENT)
1
3 – SYRUP
(AMBIENT)
1,2
3
4
5,6
2
1
1
2
4 – SYRUP
(THRU COLDPLATE)
Manifold: Change to carbonated or non-carbonated
water.
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32" Hex Key wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carbonated water.
3. Push plunger down to get carbonated water.
4. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
5. Port 5 is not used.
Plain Water
(Plain Water Supply)
Syrup Lines
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
Plain Water
(From
Pump to
Carbonator)
COLD PLATE
*EXTERNALLY CARBONATED UNITS: CARBONATOR IS REPLACED BY BY-PASS TUBE
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812) 246-7000
S/SV175 8 Valve Diagram
PLUMBING: 3-1-1-1-2 MANIFOLDING
*OPTIONAL*
VARIETY VALVE ON #4
INTERNAL CARBONATOR TANK
(Optional)
1 – WATER
(THRU COLDPLATE)
VALVES “SYRUP LINES NOT SHOWN”
8
CARBONATOR OUT TO POST-CHILL
PRE-CHILL OUT TO CARBONATOR
CO2
7
VALVES 7,8
CIRCUITS
2
6
5
2
1
4
3
4
3
2
1
2 – SYRUP
(AMBIENT)
3 – SYRUP
(AMBIENT)
6
7
4
1, 2, 3
1
1
1
3
4 – SYRUP
(THRU COLDPLATE)
Manifold: Change to carbonated or non-carbonated water.
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32" Hex Key wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carbonated water.
3. Push plunger down to get carbonated water.
4. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
5. Port 5 is not used.
#1 #2
Plain Water
(Plain Water Supply)
Plain Water
(From
Syrup Lines
Pump to
#3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8
Carbonator)
COLD PLATE
*EXTERNALLY CARBONATED UNITS: CARBONATOR IS REPLACED BY BY-PASS TUBE
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812) 246-7000
Part Number STH14 9/10
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S/SV200/250/SV-250QD 8 Valve Diagram
PLUMBING: 3-1-1-1-2 MANIFOLDING
*OPTIONAL*
VARIETY VALVE ON #4
NOTE: SYRUP LINES NOT SHOWN
VALVES
8
7
6
2
5
1
4
3
4
3
2
1
1 – WATER
(THRU COLDPLATE)
2 – SYRUP
(AMBIENT)
VALVES
1,2,3
3 – SYRUP
(AMBIENT)
4
5
6
7,8
1
1
1
2
4 – SYRUP
(THRU COLDPLATE)
CIRCUITS
3
CARBONATOR OUT
TO POST-CHILL
CO2
PRE-CHILL OUT
TO CARBONATOR
Manifold: Change to carbonated or non-carbonated water.
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32" Hex Key wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carbonated water.
3. Push plunger down to get carbonated water.
4. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
5. Port 5 is not used.
Plain Water
(Plain Water Supply)
INTERNAL
CARBONATOR
TANK
(Optional)
Plain Water
(From
Pump to
Carbonator)
Syrup Lines
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8
COLD PLATE
*EXTERNALLY CARBONATED UNITS: CARBONATOR IS REPLACED BY BY-PASS TUBE
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812) 246-7000
S/SV200/250 10 Valve Diagram
PLUMBING: 3-1-2-1-3 MANIFOLDING
NOTE: SYRUP LINES NOT SHOWN
VALVES
10
9
8
7
VALVES
CARBONATOR OUT
TO POST-CHILL
CO2
PRE-CHILL OUT
TO CARBONATOR
CIRCUITS
6
5
4
3
1,2,3
4
5,6
7
3
1
2
1
2
1
8,9,10
3
Manifold: Change to carbonated or non-carbonated water.
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32" Hex Key wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carbonated water.
3. Push plunger down to get carbonated water.
4. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
5. Port 5 is not used.
Plain Water
(Plain Water Supply)
INTERNAL
CARBONATOR
TANK
(Optional)
Syrup Lines
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10
Plain Water
(From
Pump to
Carbonator)
COLD PLATE
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL (812) 246-7000
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Valves
Valves
w/1 Variety Vlv
w/2 Variety Vlvs
Syrup #12
Syrup #11
Syrup #10
Syrup #9
Syrup #8
Syrup #7
Syrup #6
Syrup #5
Syrup #4
Syrup #3
Syrup #2
Syrup #1
Plain Water
Plain Water to
Carbonator
w/3 Variety Vlvs
Syrup #12
Syrup #11
Syrup #10
Syrup #9
Syrup #8
Syrup #7
Syrup #6
Syrup #5
Syrup #4
Syrup #3
Syrup #2
Syrup #1
Plain Water
Plain Water to
Carbonator
Carbonator out to Post-Chill
Vlv 1, 2, & 6
5. Port 5 is not used.
4. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
3. Push plunger down to get carbonated water.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carbonated water.
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32" Hex Key wrench.
Manifold: Change to carbonated or non-carbonated water.
Variety Valve
Block
Valves
Circuits
No Variety Vlv
Cold Plate
* Externally carbonated units: carbonator tank is replaced by by-pass tube
For assistance call (812) 246-7000
*A & *B are ambient syrup lines added for the 3rd variety valve.
Line to be plug when not in use.
Syrup line (5#)/Carb only line (C)/Manifold line (WC)
Internal
Carbonator
Tank
(Optional)
CO2
1-Flavor
2-Flavor
3-Flavor
W-Water
Variety Valve
Keypad
Valves
Standard
Pre-Chill Out to Carbonator
Syrup #12
Syrup #11
Syrup #10
Syrup #9
Syrup #8
Syrup #7
Syrup #6
Syrup #5
Syrup #4
Syrup #3
Syrup #2
Syrup #1
Plain Water
Plain Water to
Carbonator
Part Number STH14 9/10
Syrup #12
Syrup #11
Syrup #10
Syrup #9
Syrup #8
Syrup #7
Syrup #6
Syrup #5
Syrup #4
Syrup #3
Syrup #2
Syrup #1
Plain Water
Plain Water to
Carbonator
Valves
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NGF-250 & NGF-250QD 8 Valve Diagram
179
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Flex Manifold Diagrams
FLEX MANIFOLD — 6 VALVE
Operation:
Manifold to Change to Carbonated
or Non-carbonated water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32"
1. allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carb water.
2. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
3. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
Valves
5,6
4
3
Carb Water
Plain Water
1,2
PN#: 5010331-2
NOTE: 12 valve 302 units use 1 per side.
FLEX MANIFOLD — 8 VALVE
Operation:
Manifold to Change to Carbonated
or Non-carbonated water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32"
1. allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carb water.
2. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
3. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
Valves
7,8
6
5
4
Carb Water
Plain Water
1,2,3
PN#: 5010131-2
NOTE: 16 valve 402 units use 1 per side.
FLEX MANIFOLD — 10 VALVE
Operation:
Manifold to Change to Carbonated
or Non-carbonated water
1. Rotate plunger 180° using a 5/32"
1. allen wrench.
2. Pull plunger up to get non-carb water.
2. Push plunger down to get carb. water.
3. Turn plunger back 180° to lock.
Valves
8,9,10
7
5,6
4
1,2, 3
Carb Water
Plain Water
PN#: 5010676-
NOTE: 20 valve 402 units use 1 per side.
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CEV Wiring
CEV-30i & 40i 115V 60HZ
CEV-30 & CEV-40 Internal Carbonation
115 Volt 60 Hz Wiring Diagram
Optional Light Kit
White
Merchandiser Lamp
Black
Black
Black
Lamp
Starter
Ballast
White
Power
On
On
Carbonator
Off
On
Off
Black
Ice
Control
Ice Bank
Probe
White
Compressor
White
Off
Black
Power In
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Black
Green
Black
Carb
Tank
Black
White
White
Green
White
115 Volts
60 Hz
Black
Black
Carb Pump
Motor
Black
O.L.
Protector
Yellow
Yellow
Fan Motor
Black
Black
Current Relay
Compressor
Line
Black
Line
White
Agitation Motor
Black
White
Transformer
Key Switch
(Ground)
Black
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
Part Number STH14 9/10
Beverage Valves
Beverage Valves
181
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CEV-30e & 40e 115V 60HZ
CEV-30 & CEV-40 External Carbonation & Non-carbonated
115 Volt 60 Hz Wiring Diagram
Optional Light Kit
White
Merchandiser Lamp
Black
Black
Ballast
Black
Lamp
Starter
White
Power
On
Carbonator
On
Off
Ice
Control
Ice Bank
Probe
White
Compressor
On
Off
Black
White
Off
Power In
Black
Black
Green
Carbonator
(Not Used)
White
115 Volts
60 Hz
Black
Black
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Green
Black
O.L.
Protector
Yellow
Yellow
Fan Motor
Black
Black
Current Relay
Compressor
Line
Transformer
White
White
Agitation Motor
Black
Line
Black
Key Switch
(Ground)
Black
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
182
Beverage Valves
Beverage Valves
Part Number STH14 9/10
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CEV-30i & 40i 208/230V 60HZ
CEV-30 & CEV-40 Internal Carbonation
208/230 Volt 60 Hz Wiring Diagram
Optional Light Kit
White
Merchandiser Lamp
Black
Black
Black
Ballast
Lamp
Starter
White
Black
Power
Switch
(On)
(On)
(Off)
(Off)
Carbonator
Ice
Control
Ice Bank
Probe
White
Compressor
(On)
(Off)
White
Black
Black
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Green
Black
Green
Black
Power
Line
Carbonator
Brown
Carb Pump Motor
Black
Green/Yellow
Blue
208/230 Volts
60 Hz
Black
Black
Yellow
O.L.
Protector
Black
Black
White
Brown
Fan Motor
Start
Capacitor
Yellow
Blue
Carb
Tank
Probe
Current Relay
Compressor
Line
Black
White
Agitation Motor
Blue
Yellow
Load
Transformer
Key Switch
Black
Black
(Ground)
White
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
Part Number STH14 9/10
Beverage Valves
Beverage Valves
183
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CEV-30e & 40j 208/230V 60HZ
CEV-30 & CEV-40 External Carbonation & Non-carbonation
208/230 Volt 60 Hz Wiring Diagram
Optional Light Kit
White
Merchandiser Lamp
Black
Black
Ballast
Black
Lamp
Starter
White
Black
Power
Switch
(On)
(On)
(Off)
(Off)
Carbonator
Ice
Control
Ice Bank
Probe
White
Compressor
(On)
(Off)
Brown
White
Black
Black
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Power
Line
Green
Green
Carbonator
(Not Used)
208/230 Volts
60 Hz
Black
Green/Yellow
Blue
Black
Black
Yellow
O.L.
Protector
Black
White
Blue
Brown
Fan Motor
Black
Start
Capacitor
Yellow
Current Relay
Compressor
Line
Black
White
Agitation Motor
Blue
Yellow
Load
Transformer
Key Switch
Black
Black
(Ground)
White
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
184
Beverage Valves
Beverage Valves
Part Number STH14 9/10
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CEV-30i & 40i 220/240V 50HZ
CEV-30 & CEV-40 Internal Carbonation
220/240 Volt 50 Hz Wiring Diagram
Optional Light Kit
White
Merchandiser Lamp
Black
Black
Ballast
Black
Lamp
Starter
White
Black
Power
Switch
(On)
Carbonator
(On)
(Off)
(Off)
(Not Used)
Low Water
Compressor
(On)
White
Ice
Control
(Off)
White
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Power
Line
Green
Blue
Black
Black
Carb
Tank
Black
Green/Yellow
Carb Pump Motor
220/240 Volts
50 Hz
Black
Black
O.L.
Protector
Yellow
Yellow
Current
Relay
Black
Black
White
Brown
Fan Motor
Blue
Black
Black
Green
Carbonator
Brown
Ice Bank
Probe
Start
Capacitor
Line
Compressor
Black
Agitation Motor
Blue
Yellow
Load
Transformer
White
Key Switch
Black
Black
(Ground)
White
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
Part Number STH14 9/10
Beverage Valves
Beverage Valves
185
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CEV-30e & 30j 220/240V 50HZ
CEV-30 & CEV-40 External Carbonation & Non-carbonation
220/240 Volt 50 Hz Wiring Diagram
Optional Light Kit
White
Merchandiser Lamp
Black
Black
Ballast
Black
Lamp
Starter
White
Black
Power
Switch
(On)
(Off)
(On)
Carbonator
(Off)
Low Water
(Not Used)
White
Compressor
(On)
Ice Bank
Probe
Ice
Control
(Off)
Brown
White
Black
Black
Transformer
Agitator
Light Kit
Fan
Compressor
Power
Line
Green
Green
Carbonator
(Not Used)
Black
Green/Yellow
Blue
220/240 Volt
50 Hz
Black
Black
O.L.
Protector
Yellow
Yellow
Current
Relay
White
Brown
Blue
Fan Motor
Black
Start
Capacitor
Black
Line
Compressor
Black
Blue
Yellow
Load
Agitation Motor
Transformer
White
Key Switch
Black
Black
(Ground)
White
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
186
Beverage Valves
Beverage Valves
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CF Drop-In Series Wiring
CF-1522 115V
Part Number STH14 9/10
187
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Drop-in Wiring
DI-SERIES IC 110V
Valve Connection
Gre
en
Ground to
Unit
Key
Switch
Starter Base
White
Black
White
Black
Green
Optional Light Kit
Optional CO2
Alarm
Black
CO2
Sensor
Ballast
CO2
Light
Light Socket
(Typ. 2)
Run Down PVC Pipe
Black
Carbonator
Green
White
Black
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Socket
Plug
Yellow
Yellow
Green
Black
White
Black
White
Pump
Motor
Load
Line
75VA
Transformer
Transformer
Reset Breaker
(N/A on 100V)
Green
Black
White
115V
Outlet
To Reset Transformer (115 Volt Unit Only)
1. Disconnect power supply.
2. Remove electrical box cover.
3. Press reset breaker switch on transformer.
4. Replace electrical box cover.
5. Reconnect power supply.
188
Load
Line
115V Power
Supply
Caution
Maximum
Receptacle
Load Is
10 amps.
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DI-SERIES IC 220-230V
Valve Connection
Gre
en
Ground to
Unit
Key
Switch
Green
Starter Base
White
Black
White
Black
Optional Light Kit
Optional CO2
Alarm
Black
CO2
Sensor
Ballast
CO2
Light
Light Socket
(Typ. 2)
Run Down PVC Pipe
Black
Carbonator
Green
White
Black
Green
Yellow
Yellow
Socket
Plug
Yellow
Yellow
Green/Yellow
Blue
Brown
Brown
Blue
Load
Line
Load
Line
Connect
Power
Here
75VA
Transformer
Terminal
Block
Pump
Motor
220V
Outlet
To Reset Transformer (115 Volt Unit Only)
1. Disconnect power supply.
2. Remove electrical box cover.
3. Press reset breaker switch on transformer.
4. Replace electrical box cover.
5. Reconnect power supply.
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Cord
Restraint
Transformer
Reset Breaker
(N/A on 100V)
Brown
L
N
Green/
Yellow
Blue
220/240V Power Supply
(Cord Not Included)
Caution
Maximum
Receptacle
Load Is
10 amps.
189
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DI-SERIES AMBIENT 110V
Black
Gre
en
White
Valve Connection
Ground to
Unit
Key
Switch
Black
White
Light Socket
(Typ. 2)
Ballast
White
Black
Starter Base
Optional Light Kit
Green
Run Down PVC Pipe
Green
Yellow
Transformer
Reset Breaker
(N/A on 100V)
110V
Outlet
Caution
White
Black
Yellow
Run Down PVC Pipe
75VA
Transformer
Optional
Door
Switch
Maximum
Receptacle
Load Is
10 amps.
Green
Green
White
Black
To Reset Transformer
(115 Volt Unit Only)
1. Disconnect power supply.
2. Remove electrical box cover.
3. Press reset breaker switch on transformer.
4. Replace electrical box cover.
5. Reconnect power supply.
190
Green
White
Black
Ground
110V Power
Supply
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DI-SERIES AMBIENT 220-230V
CO2 Alarm Light
(Optional)
Black
Gr/
Ye
l
White
Valve Connection
Blk
Blk
Light Socket
(Typ. 2)
Ballast
White
CO2
Sensor
(Optional)
Starter Base
Gr/Yel
Optional Light Kit
Key
Switch
Cord Supplied
by Customer
Ground
White
Gr/Yel
Black
White
Gr/Yel
Black
Black
White
Gr/Yel
Yellow
Yellow
Gr/Yel
Yellow
Yellow
White
Run Down PVC Pipe
Cord
Restraint
Black
Yellow
Transformer
Reset Breaker
(N/A on 100V)
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Black
75VA
Transformer
Brown
Blue
Gr/Yel
White
Yellow
Power Supply
Terminal Strip
191
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Flavor Magic Wiring
Flav
1
Flav
4
Flav
3
Red
Flav
2
2 1
Red
Red
Red
Red
2 1
Red
Harness Control
Brd Pol FM
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
Red
6
Keypad 4 Button
5 Pin FM
115V
Primary
6 5 4 3 2 1
Transformer
6 5 4 3 2 1
Secondary
24V
1 2 3 4
Prog Button
LED Display
Red
White
1
2
Control Board Flavor Magic
1
2
Harness Power 24V FM
1 2 3
1 2 3
White
Red
Black
Flav
3
White
Red
Flav
2
Black
192
White
Red
Black
Flav
1
White
Red
Black
Harness 24LV FM
1 2 3
1 2 3
Flav
4
Dual Solenoid
Dual Solenoid
Valve Assembly
Valve Assembly
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Flav’R-Pic (FRP-250) Wiring
FRP-250 (NON-CRUSHER) WIRING DIAGRAM
Part Number STH14 9/10
193
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FRP-250SCI WIRING DIAGRAM
Black
Red
Black
Red
Violet
PN# 020001892-1
115 Volt
White
Red
Violet
Red
Black
White
Caution
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect Power
Before Servicing
Light
Red
Violet
White
Black
White
24VAC
Red
Agitation Motor
Rect. (Cubed)
Rect. (Crushed)
Crusher Motor
Transformer
Dispense Switch
Black
White
Black
Black
Purple
Yellow
Black
Black
Power Cord
White
Black
Red
Blue
White
Blue
White
White
Blue
White
White
Blue
White
Bridge
Rectifier
White
Bridge
Rectifier
White
White
White
White
Safety Switch
White
Blue
White
Control Board Control Board
Right Side
Left Side
Black
Blue
White
Yellow
Black
White
Capacitor
ite
Wh
White
Red
crushed
Keypad
Black
White
cubed
Activation
Switch
Blue
Line
Load
Black
Black
Black
Black
White
Transformer
ite
Wh
White
Black
Red
White
G
Brown
Black
Relay
Black
Red
Capped
Keypad
Black
Ballast
Starter/Str
Base
White
White
Control Board
Ice Crusher
Motor
Keyswitch
Rotary
Rotary
Solenoid
Solenoid
(Cubed Ice) (Crushed Ice)
Black
White
Capped
Blue
Blue
Black
33mF
50V
White
Black
Brown
Black
194
Red
Agitator Motor
Empty Light
(Optional)
To Reset Transformer
1. Disconnect power supply.
2. Press reset breaker switch
2. on bottom of transformer.
3. Reconnect power supply.
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On/Off
Switch
24 Volt Supply Cord
White
Black
External
Power
Supply
(Gnd)
Black
Red
White
Black
Red
White
Black
Red
White
Touchpad
(Left)
Water
Valve
Black
120 Volt Power
Supply Cord
White
Quick
Disconnect
Red
Red
White
Black
High Intensity
LED Lights
Touchpad
(Right)
Red
Circuit
Board
Red
Black
White
White
Black
Right
Touchpad
Activation
Connection
High
Intensity
LED Lights
Connection
Connection
Not Used
24 Volt Inlet
Power
Connection
S11 - S12
Valve
Connection
Connection
Not Used
S3 - S4 Valve
Connection
Right
Touchpad
LED
Connection
Part No. 020000895
Revision No. 0
Circuit Board Detail
Left Touchpad
LED
Connection
Left Touchpad
Activation
Connection
Water Valve
Connection
Connection
Not Used
S9 - S10 Valve
Connection
Connection
Not Used
S1 - S2 Valve
Connection
Syrup Valve
(4) Total
FT - 8
24 Volts 60/50 Hz Wiring Diagram
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FlexTower Wiring
FT-8 WIRING DIAGRAM
195
On/Off
Switch
White
Black
Black
Red
White
120 Volt Power
Supply Cord
Touchpad
(Left)
Water
Valve
Red
Red
White
Black
Red
White
Black
High Intensity
LED Lights
Touchpad
(Right)
Red
Circuit
Board
Red
Black
External
Power
Supply
Red
White
Black
Red
White
Black
Red
Black
(Gnd)
White
Quick
Disconnect
White
24 Volt Supply Cord
White
196
Black
White
Right
Touchpad
Activation
Connection
High
Intensity
LED Lights
Connection
Connection
Not Used
24 Volt Inlet
Power
Connection
S11 - S12
Valve
Connection
S7 - S8 Valve
Connection
S3 - S4 Valve
Connection
Right
Touchpad
LED
Connection
Part No. 020000894
Revision No. 0
Circuit Board Detail
Left Touchpad
LED
Connection
Left Touchpad
Activation
Connection
Water Valve
Connection
Connection
Not Used
S9 - S10 Valve
Connection
S5 - S6 Valve
Connection
S1 - S2 Valve
Connection
Syrup Valve
(6) Total
FT - 12
24 Volts 60/50 Hz Wiring Diagram
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FT-12 WIRING DIAGRAM
Part Number STH14 9/10
On/Off
Switch
White
White
Black
Red
Black
Part Number STH14 9/10
Black
Touchpad
(Left)
Red
White
Red
Black
Red
White
Black
Red
White
High Intensity
LED Lights
Touchpad
(Right)
Red
Circuit
Board
Black
Water
Valve
Red
120 Volt Power
Supply Cord
Red
White
Black
Black
External
Power
Supply
White
Black
Red
White
Black
Red
White
(Gnd)
Black
Quick
Disconnect
White
24 Volt Supply Cord
Red
White
White
S1 - S2 Valve
Connection
Right
Touchpad
Activation
Connection
High
Intensity
LED Lights
Connection
S15 - S16
Valve
Connection
24 Volt Inlet
Power
Connection
S11 - S12 Valve
Connection
S7 - S8 Valve
Connection
S3 - S4 Valve
Connection
Right
Touchpad
LED
Connection
Part No. 020000726
Revision No. 0
Circuit Board Detail
Left Touchpad
LED
Connection
Left Touchpad
Activation
Connection
Water Valve
Connection
S13 - S14 Valve
Connection
S9 - S10 Valve
Connection
S5 - S6 Valve
Connection
Syrup Valve
(8) Total
MFT - 16
24 Volts 60/50 Hz Wiring Diagram
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FT-16 WIRING DIAGRAM
197
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FLEXTOWER POWER SUPPLY
Caution: Maximum
Receptacle Load is
8 amps
Transformer
120 Volt Duplex Receptacle
Line
Load
Black
Black
Yellow
White
Load
Yellow
Line
White
Green
Green
Yellow
Green
Yellow
Black
White
120 Volt Connection
Receptacle
120 Volt AC Power Supply
198
Part Number STH14 9/10
White
Blue
Black
Red
White
Black
Red
Left Motor
White
Capacitor
White
White
Blue
White
Crushed Ice
Switch Blue
Common
White
Yellow
Agitation
Timer
Black
White
Black
Common
Black
White
Light
Starter
Kill Switch
Power Cord
White
Yellow
Red
Optional Merchandising Lamp
Blue
Ice Crusher
Motor
Black
Black
Purple
Ballast
Black
Black
White
White
Line
Line
Load
Load
Transformer
Black
White
Yellow
Blue
Blue
Red
Light
Starter
Blue
Yellow
Blue
White
Ballast
Black
Black
White
White
Beverage Valves
All Remaining Valves Are Wired in Parallel
Common
Black
Purple
Line
Load
Load
Line
Optional Merchandising Lamp
Right Side
Electrical Box
Black
Right Motor
Red
Black
White
Purple
Black
Black
Transformer
Red
White
Part Number STH14 9/10
White
Black
MDH-302-CI/SCI
115 Volt
Routing Not to Scale
Black
White
Purple
White
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MDH-302 & MDH-402 Wiring
MDH 302 115V WIRING DIAGRAM
199
Black
Black
Blue
Blue
Red
Black
Blue
Left Motor
Blue
White
Yellow
Crushed
Ice Switch
Yellow
Black
Black
White
Black
Red
Common
Black
White
White
Light
Starter
Kill Switch
Power Cord
Cap
Yellow
White
Black
Black
White
Capacitor
Agitation
Timer
Blue
White
White
Ice Crusher
Motor
White
Optional Merchandising Lamp
White
Blue
Black
Purple
Black
White
Black
White
Line
Line
Load
Load
Transformer
Black
White
Black
White
Blue
White
Black
Common
White
Ballast
Black
Black
Yellow
White
Purple
Right Motor
Blue
Yellow
Blue
Agitator
Timer
Red
Black
Black
White
White
Black
Line
Load
Load
Line
Optional Merchandising Lamp
Beverage Valves
All Remaining Valves Are Wired in Parallel
Red
Light
Starter
White
Purple
Ballast
Black
Black
White
Black
White
Black
Red
Yellow
Blue
Black
Black
Black
White
Black
Purple
White
Right Side
Electrical Box
Transformer
200
Blue
White
MDH-402-CI/SCI
115 Volt
Routing Not to Scale
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MDH 402 115V WIRING DIAGRAM
Part Number STH14 9/10
Black
Black
Blue
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NGF-250 Wiring
NGF-250 115V WIRING DIAGRAM
Part Number STH14 9/10
201
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quickdraw Wiring
NFG-250 QD & SV-250 QD 115V WIRING DIAGRAM
202
Part Number STH14 9/10
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S/SV/SVi Wiring
S-SV-SVI-150/175/200/250 115V 60HZ
S-SV-SVI-150/175/200/250 100/220-240V 50-60HZ
Part Number STH14 9/10
203
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S-SV-SVI-150/175/200/250 220-240V 50HZ C.E.
204
Part Number STH14 9/10
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Selectable Ice Wiring
SV-200SCI & SV-250SCI 115V 60HZ
Part Number STH14 9/10
205
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Manitowoc Foodservice
2100 Future Drive
Sellersburg, IN 47172, USA
Ph: 812-246-7000 Fax: 812-246-7024
Visit us online at:
www.manitowocfsg.com
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Part Number STH14 9/10