Coldelite UC 511 G Service manual

UC 511 G
Soft Serve Freezer
SINGLE FLAVOR COUNTER MODEL
OPERATION & SERVICE
MANUAL
COLDELITE CORPORATION OF AMERICA
3760 INDUSTRIAL DR. * WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.27105 * TEL.(910) 661-9893 * FAX (910) 661-9895
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FOREWORD
Thank you for selecting COLDELITE to meet today’s fast growing demands.
Your COLDELITE freezer has been manufactured at one of the most
modern manufacturing plants, utilizing the most advanced equipment and
technology available in the industry. We at COLDELITE, take great pride
and care in the manufacture of each and every freezer, using only the
finest components available, to provide you with years of trouble-free
operation.
Over thirty years of experience in the manufacturing of dispensing
equipment have guided us in the preparation of this Operation and
Service Manual. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. Keep it for future
reference and most of all, follow the instructions from the very time your
machine is put into service.
On the following pages, you will find important information and procedures
which describe the proper installation, sanitizing, operation, and
maintenance of your COLDELITE machine. We feel certain that your full
compliance with these instructions will assure you of excellent performance,
trouble-free operation and profitable business for years to come.
All technical data, pictures and drawings contained in this manual are not binding on the manufacturer, nor can the
manufacturer be held liable for any modification of the machine in part or completely.
CODE: 5543360/5
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INDEX
Page
FOREWORD
PART I
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INSTALLATION
A) Uncrating
B) Positioning the Machine
C) Electrical Requirements
D) Completing the installation
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EXPLANATION OF CONTROLS
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A) Electronic Control Panel
B) The Dispense Handle
C) Proximity Switch
D) Safety Switch
E) Electric Control Panel
F) Other Controls
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PART III
INITIAL CLEANING PROCEDURE
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PART IV
ASSEMBLING THE FREEZER
PART II
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A) Assembling the Beater/Augers
B) Assembling the Dispensing Head
C) Assembling the Gravity Feed Tubes
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PART V
SANITIZING THE FREEZER
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PART VI
STARTING THE FREEZER
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PART VII
OPERATING THE FREEZER
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PART VIII
ROUTINE, PERIODIC CLEANING
PROCEDURES
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PART IX
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
A) Refrigeration
B) Beater Motor
C) Overload
D) Proximity Switch
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MAINTENANCE
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A) Trouble Shooting Guide
B) Parts Identification
C) Wiring Guide
D) Spare Parts List
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PART X
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Important
Failure to closely follow operational and maintenance procedures
may result in damage to the unit and/or void your warranty.
Coldelite Corporation will not be responsible for any machine
not properly maintained.
In the event this unit should malfunction, please contact your
Coldelite Distributor or an authorized service agency.
PART I
INSTALLATION
Before starting this procedure, make sure the shipping case
does not show any evidence of having been dropped, tampered
with or abused in such a way as to indicate that its contents may
have been damaged in transit.
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IMPORTANT: Should the outside of the shipping case give any
indication of possible hidden damage, state this on the bill of
lading before signing. Contact the carrier immediately and
request an inspection of damage. If this procedure is not adhere
to, you will forfeit your right to file damage claim and be responsible
for subsequent repair costs.
6"
Air
Flow
A)Uncrating
Proceed, as follows:
Rear View
1) The case is secured to the skid with plastic strapping.
When you cut this strapping, do it with caution, as it may
spring out. Remove case by lifting it straight up and away
from the machine.
Figure 1
Clearances Required for
Air Cooled Models
2) The freezer is also secured to the skid with plastic strapping.
Exercise caution and cut this strapping to free the machine
from the skid.
2) The freezer is now ready to be positioned onto your
counter. The counter must be capable of supporting 180
lbs. and should be vibration free. Reinforce it, if necessary.
Remember when choosing a location, if your unit is air
cooled, proper air flow will need to be maintained. Allow
at least 8 inches on left side and a minimum of 6 inches
between the right side of the machine and any obstruction.
(Ref. Fig. 1).
3) Remove the single screw at the bottom of each side panel.
Remove the panels by sliding upward slightly,
then
pull
outward at the bottom and allow the panel to slide
down. The
protective plastic coating which
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s
laminated to the panels
can now be removed by
simply peeling off.
Note: If these clearances are not maintained, the production
capacity will be reduced, cycling will increase and the potential
will exist that the machine will stop completely.
B)Positioning the Machine
1) The freezer is shipped without legs installed. To install
the legs, lift the freezer and screw the four legs into the
bottom of the frame at each corner. When the freezer is
placed in the desired location, it must stand level. Level
the freezer by turning the bottom part of each leg in or
out. Check for level condition by placing level on the top
of the freezer at each corner.
3) It is necessary to clean the condenser each month to
eliminate dust, paper, etc. which may obstruct it, damaging
the proper functioning of the machine.
4) The machine should also be within six feet of the power
supply (a plug and receptacle or unfused disconnected).
NOTE: Accurate leveling is necessary for correct drainage of
freezer barrel and to insure correct over-run.
5) Position the machine for easy accessibility for cleaning,
servicing and maintenance.
6) Position the machine away from direct sunlight. For every
2°F over 68°F, the machine’s performance will decrease
by approximately 1%.
7) Once the machine is set in position, it should be leveled
as accurately as possible.
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The compressor is also internally protected. If the Klixon protector
trips due to an overload, again the protector must first cool down
for several minutes before the compressor can be restarted.
C) Electrical Requirements
All wiring installed to operate this freezer must be in accordance
with the National Electrical Code and/or local electrical codes,
rules and regulations. The machine must be properly grounded.
It is recommended the power supply be installed by a licensed
electrician.
Electrical Connections
(Ref. Fig. 5)
Having removed the right side panel, the machine’s wiring
connection box can be found on the bottom of the frame and is
labelled “Connect Power Line Here”.
Voltage UC 511: 115 Volts
Total Running Amperage FLA: 18 Amps.
Fuse Size: 20 Amp. Max.
Wire Size (50 Ft. Max.): # 10
The power line is first passed through the access hole located
at the bottom deck directly below the wiring connection box. The
power line may then be connected to the machine’s power lines
and wiring connection box. Upon completion, the power line
should be fastened to the wiring connection box with appropriate
electrical hardware.
Power Supply must be adequate to meet requirements at all
times. Voltage fluctuations, with the machine in operation, should
not exceed ± 5% of the normal or rated voltage.
Adequate Wiring must be provided with respect to wire size or
gauge. Unless otherwise required by the local Electrical Code,
the same size wire gauge at the machine junction box should be
used for direct power line. A separate circuit breaker with
adequate fuse protection should be employed.
An unfused disconnected switch or a properly sized plug and
receptacle within 6 feet of the freezer, is recommended.
Figure 5
Coldelite freezers are equipped with protection for the beater
motor. Should the line voltage drop, or in the unlikely event a
short circuit occurs, the overload protector will automatically
disconnect the starter and the machine will stop immediately so
that no permanent damage can be caused to the motor.
In all installations, the machine must be properly grounded.
Since all high voltage components (controls are 24 volts) are
connected by means of flexible conduit, or cord, adequate
ground continuity is assured by running and fastening a ground
line to the machine junction box ground lug. (Ref. Fig. 5).
To restart the freezer, depress the STOP/RESET button located
on the front switch pad.
The heater protection must cool down for several minutes before
the RESET will operate. See Fig. 4.
Beater Rotation
After electrical connections are completed, check the rotation of
the beater. It should be counter clockwise when facing the front
of the machine.
D) Completing the Installation
On the following pages, you will find important information and
procedures which describe the proper installation, sanitizing,
operation and maintenance of your COLDELITE machine. We
feel certain that your full compliance with these instructions will
assure you of excellent performance, trouble-free operation and
a profitable business for years to come.
NOTICE: Failure to closely follow set-up and maintenance
procedures can void your warranty. Coldelite Corporation will
not be responsible for any machine not properly maintained.
In the event this unit should malfunction, please contact your
Coldelite Distributor or an authorized service agency.
WARNING:EXTREME CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN
REMOVING SIDE, REAR OR CONTROL BOX PANELS.
ALWAYS TURN THE MACHINE TO THE OFF POSITION. ALSO
TURN OFF THE DISCONNECT SWITCH ON ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY LINE BEFORE EXPOSING ANY ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS AND/OR MOVING PARTS, SUCH AS BELTS,
PULLEYS, FAN BLADES AND BEATER.
Figure 4
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Stand-by function
This position is used during prolonged idle periods. The
temperature of the product in both the mix tank(s) and freezer
cylinder (s) is held at a safe temperature and controlled
automatically by the thermostats. Product should never be
served when in this position as the “storage” temperature is
higher than normal serving temperatures.
PART II
EXPLANATION OF CONTROLS
A) Electronic Control Panel
In this position the beater motor is ON when the system is
cooling the cylinder, beater motor is OFF when the system is
cooling the hopper which will allow significant ENERGY
CONSERVATION.
570
Beater function
With this function on, pilot light pos. L4 on, only the beater
turns while the refrigeration system is cut out. This function
is timed and ends automatically when the set time is over.
About 15 minutes.
L1
571.1
571.2
Hopper Mix level indicator
This pilot light pos. L5 indicates that the level of the mix
in the hopper has reached the minimum allowed, and that
more mix must be added.
L2
When illuminated, dispensing of product should be stopped and
the tank refilled with mix. Each tank has a total capacity of 6 qts
each when full.
L3
L4
The MIX LEVEL SWITCH is located within the stainless steel/
plastic rod attached to the bottom of each mix tank.
L5
Positions L1/L5 Lighted function indicators
These indicators illuminate to show that the function
corresponding to the signal next to the indicator itself is
on.
Monitor pos. 570
This numerical monitor displays the consistency of the product
when the machine is turned on and while it is operating in
AUTOMATIC.
Stop/Reset button pos. 571.1
With the Stop/Reset function on, pilot light pos. L1 lit, the
machine is ready to receive the command for any of the
main functions.
Select button pos. 571.2
By pushing this button you can select the functions:
-Automatic
-Stand-by
-Beater
Indicators illuminate to shown that the function corresponding
to the signal next to the indicator itself is on.
Automatic function
When this function is on, pilot light pos. L2 lit, the product
is processed until it reaches the proper consistency (preset HOT setting). During this function, The Monitor displays
a number indicating the consistency of the product in the
cylinder until it reaches the set value, then it indicates the
temperature of the mix in the hopper tank.
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B) THE DISPENSE HANDLE
D) SAFETY SWITCH
The Dispense Handle controls the flow, or extraction rate of
finished, soft serve product.
Machine is equipped with a magnet molded into the spigot head.
If the spigot head is removed the magnet deactivates a safety
switch behind the front panel. The machine will not operate with
the spigot head removed. A message "MIP" will appear on the
display.
Pulling the handle in a downward direction will open the dispense
orifice. When the unit is in the “AUTOMATIC” mode, this will allow
finished product to be extracted and served.
E) ELECTRIC CONTROL PANEL
The Electric Control Panel located behind the upper rear panel
of the unit, contains the controlling circuit to the components of
the machine. This panel is to be accessed only by trained,
experienced technicians.
Warning
Disconnect freezer from the source of electrical supply before
attempting to service.
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C) PROXIMITY SWITCH
In AUTOMATIC function the proximity switch pos. 152 starts the
motor when the hand, handling cup or cone, is in the range of the
sensitivity preset by Coldelite.
Note: Keep the sensor always clear and clean.
Adjusting Proximity Switch
The proximity switch pos. 152 has been preset at the factory and
its range is approximately 9 inches.
If modification is required, contact authorized service agency as
this operation must be carried out by specialized technicians.
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152
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The following is an explanation of the control panel controls:
F) OTHER CONTROLS
1) BEATER MOTOR STARTER - activates the beater/auger
drive motor. In the "BEATER" mode, the starter is energized by
the front switch pad. In the "AUTO" mode, the starter is activated
by either the proximity switch or timer.
1) Refrigeration SOLENOID VALVES are located behind the left
side panel. These valves are normally closed and when energized
by the electronic board, direct refrigerant flow to either the
freezing cylinder or mix tank. The mix tank solenoid is identified
as "EVV" and the cylinder solenoid as "EVC".
2) COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR - activates the refrigeration
compressor. When the unit is in the "AUTO" mode, the compressor
contactor can be energized by the electronic H.O.M., timer, or
"TEV" thermostat. In the "ENERGY CONS." mode, the contactor
will be energized by the electronic board.
3) The OVERLOAD PROTECTOR senses the current supplied
to the beater motor and will stop the entire machine in the event
of an overload. This device also houses the overload reset
mechanism.
4) The main TRANSFORMER steps down the line voltage (115
Volts) to 24 Volts for the control circuit.
2) The HIGH PRESSURE CUT-OUT is located on the right side
of the freezer and is tied into discharge or high side line near the
compressor. In the event of high pressure situation, it will shut
down the compressor. Reset is automatic when the high pressure
subsides. Common causes for cut-out or shut down arerestricted
air flow on air cooled models, unusually high ambient (room)
temperatures, and restricted or excessively hot water flow on
water cooled models.
5) ELECTRONIC BOARD - controls all the functions of the
machine.
- Temperature of the product in hopper.
- Consistency of the product.
- Timer.
- In stand-by controls temperature of the product in hopper and
cylinder.
- Controls and or energizes all the information or messages
displayed on the monitor.
6) FUSE - protects 115 voltage line.
7) The CURRENT TRANSFORMER monitors beater motor
current for the electronic H.O.M.
8) TRANSFORMER - Steps down the 24 volt line to 11 volts for
the electronic board.
9) The 24 volt TERMINAL BLOCK serves as the inter-connection
point for all 24 volt controlling circuit components.
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Once removed, the tube must be disassembled. To disassemble,
first remove the “SPLASH GUARD” by pulling it out of the tube.
PART III
INITIAL CLEANING
PROCEDURE
This is a new machine and it must be completely disassembled,
washed, and sanitized before starting. Proceed, as follows:
1) Remove the mix tank cover and items packed in the tank
(spare parts, sanitizer, lubricant).
The spare parts or start-up kit will include: 1) a spatula, 2) spare
o-rings and rubber seals, 3) an o-ring extractor, 4) a tube of
sanitary lubricant, 5) three various sized cleaning brushes, 6)
several packets of sanitizer and the OPERATIONAL MANUAL.
HELPFUL SUGGESTION: Before proceeding with the
disassembly of the freezer, we recommend a plastic dish pan be
used in which to place the parts. This will minimize the possibility
of misplacing or damaging the various component parts.
Next, remove the gravity tube “SLEEVE” by pulling it straight off
the tube.
2) Proceed with the disassembly process by removing the
gravity feed tube located in the mix tank. Snug fitting, the tube
can be removed by pulling straight up and out.
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4) Loosen and remove the two (2) dispensing head retaining
knobs. The knobs are removed by turning in a counterclockwise direction.
Finally, remove the o-rings using the O-RING EXTRACTOR
included in the “start-up kit”.
5) Remove the dispensing head by pulling it straight towards
you and away from the machine.
Warning!
Never use anything other than the O-RING EXTRACTOR to
remove o-rings as damage to the o-ring and/or part can result.
3) Clean carefully the mix level device.
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6) Disassemble the dispensing head by first opening the
dispense handle.
Using the O-RING EXTRACTOR, remove the piston o-rings.
Each piston o-ring groove is notched for easy insertion of the oring extractor.
Pull the handle retaining rod out far enough to allow the first
handle to disengage.
Turn the dispensing head over and remove the large o-ring from
the back of the head.
Return the retaining rod to its original position. Using the rod as
a fulcrum, lever the dispense piston out of the dispense head with
the handle.
7) Remove the beater/auger from the freezer cylinder. Pull
the beater STRAIGHT out towards you. Should it became
jammed, DO NOT FORCE. Tap the front of the beater back
into the cylinder with the palm of your hand.
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10) Wash all the parts in luke warm water (80-85 F) using a mild
detergent and the cleaning brushes provided in the STARTUP KIT.
8) Disassemble the beater/auger by first removing the rubber
beater shaft (lip) seal, simply slide it off the shaft.
DO NOT USE HOT WATER ON ANY OF THE PLASTIC PARTS
AS DAMAGE TO THE PARTS CAN RESULT.
4) Air Dry
3) Sanitize
2) Rinse
1) Wash
Continue disassembly by removing the beater IDLER. Pull
forward until the grooved portion of the shaft lines up with the
opening at the front of the beater/auger.
Figure 10
Rinse the parts in luke warm water (80-85 F).
Place the parts in luke warm, sanitized water for 2 to 5
minutes. Use the sanitizer provided in the START-UP KIT
following the manufacturers directions.
11) Place the parts on a clean, sanitized counter area and allow
to air dry or disassemble wet. DO NOT TOWEL DRY OR
RINSE SANITIZED PARTS.
Finally, remove the beater/auger END PUSHER by pulling
straight and away from the beater. Dismount the scraper by
pulling it away from its housings.
9) The machine is now completely disassembled. The parts
should now be washed, rinsed and sanitized.
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Mount the idler back.
PART IV
ASSEMBLING THE FREEZER
Once the parts have been washed, rinsed and sanitized, the
freezer is ready to be re-assembled. Prior to beginning the reassembly procedure, sanitize your hands by submerging in the
sanitizing solution. Begin to re-assemble as follows:
A) Assembling the Beater/Auger
1) First, re-assemble the beater/auger assembly. Begin by
gathering the five parts needed to complete each assembly:
A) plastic “END PUSHER”, B) BEATER/AUGER, C) IDLER,
D) rubber, beater LIP SEAL, E) BLADE.
When installed correctly, the idler (when turned) should rotate
freely. If the idler does not rotate, it is incorrectly installed and
must not be installed into the machine. Repeat the above
instructions.
B
5) Next, lubricate and install the beater lip seal by first lubricating
the beater/auger shaft with the lubricant included in the
START-UP KIT. Place three, 1/4" beads in equal distances
around the shaft as shown below.
A
D
E
C
2) Mount the rubber seal onto the scraper by keeping the head
opposite to the groove.
Slide the rubber, beater lip seal onto the shaft.
3) Insert the scraper into the beater pins. Fasten the end
pusher. When installed correctly, the scraper should move
freely up and down, but should not come out away from
its seat.
Lubricate the end of the beater lip seal which is not lubricated by
placing three, 1/4" beads in equal distances around the seal
surface as shown below.
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Rotate the beater/auger until you feel the drive shaft engage and
push the beater/auger further back to properly seat.
6) Finally, insert the beater/auger into the freezer cylinder.
Holding the beater/auger horizontally, slide it straight into the
cylinder until it can go no further.
IMPORTANT: Before installing the beater/auger, make certain
the beater lip seal is in place and the idler is properly installed.
B) ASSEMBLING THE DISPENSING HEAD
1) Begin by gathering the parts necessary to assemble the
dispensing head. These parts include: A) one (1), 4" diameter
O-ring, B) the dispensing head body, C) two (2), 13/8"
diameter end piston O-rings, D) one (1) piston, E) handle
retaining rod, F) one (1) dispense handle.
A
B
E
D
F
C
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2) First, remount the end piston O-rings onto the end pistons.
Simply roll onto the piston until they drop into the O-ring
notches.
4) Insert the piston into the chamber of the dispensing head
body making certain to align the square notch of the piston
with the rectangular notch at the front of the dispense head.
3) Once the O-rings have been mounted, liberally lubricate the
area between the two O-rings. Place a bead of lubricant
around the entire piston as shown.
5) Turn the dispense head over and install the 4" diameter
O-ring into O-ring groove located in the back of the head.
Spread the lubricant on the surface area between the two Orings and the O-rings as well. This will ensure free movement of
the dispense handles once the head is completely assembled.
Lightly lubricate the O-ring with the sanitary lubricant.
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6) Affix the dispensing head to the machine and fasten it onto
the two mounting studs.
C)
ASSEMBLING THE GRAVITY FEED
TUBES
1) Begin by gathering the parts needed to assemble the gravity
feed tube. These parts include: A) the SPLASH GUARD, B)
two (2) 3/4" diameter O-rings, C) the TUBE SLEEVE, and D)
the GRAVITY FEED TUBE.
D
B
C
A
7) Fasten the dispense head to the machine using the two (2)
stainless steel retaining knobs.
2) Slide the two (2) 3/4" O-rings onto the bottom of the gravity
feed tube until they drop in the O-rings grooves.
8) HAND TIGHTEN the knobs.
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3) Slide the sleeve onto the tube. Please note that the slots in
the sleeve should be at the top of the tube when installed.
4) Slide the splash guard into the tube.
The machine is now completely assembled and ready to be
sanitized.
PART V
SANITIZING THE FREEZER
Prior to install the machine with your soft serve product, the
machine must be sanitized. The frequency of cleaning and
sanitizing cycles must comply with local health regulations.
If uncertain about local regulations, contact your local Board of
Health.
5) Lubricate the two O-rings with sanitary lubricant.
Lubricate
Sanitizing the machine is most important. This procedure will
retard the growth of bacteria and insure excellent test results on
your product when examined by local Health and/or Agriculture
Departments.
To begin, you will need a clean pail, sanitizer (sample packets
included in the start-up kit), spatula (included in start-up kit), and
brush (plastic bristle).
6) Insert the assembled tube into the hole at the bottom of the
mix tank. Press the tube down until it seats and the flange at
the base of the tube rests against the bottom of the mix tank.
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4) Push selector button 571.1 to turn “OFF” the machine.
1) Mix the sanitizer (2 ounces of Steera Sheen green label or
equivalent) into a clean pail containing one gallon of warm
water. This solution will make a 200 P.P.M. (parts per million)
concentration of chlorine sanitizing solution. Pour the solution
into the mix tank.
571.1
IMPORTANT: Do not exceed the formula recommended by the
sanitizer manufacturer as it will not add to its effectiveness.
2) Pull the gravity feed tube out of the mix tank hole and lay it
down in the tank. This will allow the cylinder to completely
fill with the sanitizing solution.
5) Using a sanitized soft bristle brush, brush the sides of the mix
tank, and all other product contact areas. Allow the sanitizing
solution to remain in contact with all product contact areas for
three to five minutes.
6) Place the clean, sanitized pail under the dispensing head and
open the handles by pulling them in a downward direction.
3) Push selector button 571.2 to select the BEATER position.
Let the machine run for 30 seconds.
571.2
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7) Allow the sanitizer to completely drain. Close the handle.
HELPFUL SUGGESTION: When the sanitizer stops flowing,
leave the handle open. Push selector button 571.2 to select the
BEATER position. Let the machine run for three, four seconds
to help remove the last of the sanitizer.
CAUTION: We recommend the beater/auger be turned as little
as possible during the washing and sanitizing operations.
Excessive use will cause premature wear to the beater/auger
and cylinder.
Clean and sterilize the machine as described in chapter 8 daily
or every few days, taking into account the bacteriological quality
of your mix and your local health regulations.
If the machine has stopped due to a power failure, it is essential
that you check the mix temperature before dispensing ice
cream. If it has heated up to 43°F. the machine must be cleaned
and sterilized, and filled with new mix at 39°F.
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2) Insert gravity feed tube(s) into the hole(s) at the bottom
of the mix tank.
PART VI
STARTING THE FREEZER
Only after the machine has been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized
is the unit ready for production.
Start the machine as follows:
1) Fill the tank with mix. Total capacity is 6 qts each. never fill
the tank higher than the top of the gravity feed tube sleeve
(See the illustration on next column).
3) Adjust the sleeve position to obtain a flow of mix in the
cylinder, according to the thickness of the mix.
Sleeve position for overrun adjusting:
Downward (greater overrun)
Upward (less overrun).
Production
Air Intake
Maximum
Max. Fill Level
Standard
Temperature of mix should be not more than 44°F.
Mix Intake
SUGGESTION: When initially pouring mix into the tank, it is
recommended the dispense handle be opened to allow any
residual sanitizer to be “chased” out by the mix entering the
cylinder. Place a cup under the dispense head to catch any
residual sanitizer, 2-3 oz. is sufficient to purge the sanitizer out.
4) Push selector button 571.2 to select the “AUTOMATIC”
position.
571.2
L2
L3
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MIX TANK REFRIGERATION
5) When this function is on, pilot light L2 lit, the product is cooled
down until it reaches the proper consistency according to the
HOM calibration.
During this function the monitor displays a number indicating
the consistency of the product in the cylinder until it reaches
the set value, then indicates the temperature of mix in the
hopper.
Initial freeze-down will take 7-10 minutes depending on the
type of mix used.
The mix tank is provided with a time controlled refrigerated
system. Every two (2) minutes the refrigeration system is energized
and runs for 25 seconds when above 60° F.
Below 60° F the refrigeration system is energized and runs for
25 sec. every 4 minutes.
Mix in the tank should have a final temperature between 38/44°F.
MIX TANK TEMPERATURE REGULATION
HOM ADJUSTMENT (AUTOMATIC)
NOTE: The 38/44°F Holding Temperature is fixed in the control
board memory.
Push “STOP” and hold, then push “PUSH TO SELECT” button for
3 seconds; the display will show “St1” and then the programmed
value of the HOM. Release button.
Normally the HOM is set to 10. The regulation can vary from 3 to
10 by pushing on the “Push to Select” button. Once the HOM is
set to the desired value, do not push the button again, the display
will flash 3 times and then returns to the normal functioning mode.
After periodically taking the mix temperature in the tank and
observing the monitor displayed temperature, it may be necessary
to adjust the monitor setting to display matching values.
Remember the actual mix temperature must be 38/44°F.
If the temperature indicated by the display is not equal to the
temperature of the mix in the tank, push “STOP” and hold, then
push “PUSH TO SELECT” button for 3 seconds.
Push the “STOP” button one more time. “oFS” will be displayed
and then temperature value °F:
If the temperature indicated by the display is not equal to the
temperature of the mix in the tank, press the “PUSH TO SELECT”
until the displayed and actual value match.
NOTE: MACHINES WITH REAR ELECTRIC BOX
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Dispense the ice cream without exceeding the machine’s
production rhythm as indicated in the table on page 28. If you do
not exceed this pace and are careful to refill the machine with
fresh mix, you can be sure you will never have to pause in selling
ice cream, even during peak times.
PART VII
OPERATING THE FREEZER
The machine will automatically shut-off when the product has
been frozen to the pre-set “consistency”. After the 7-10 minute
initial freeze-down period, you will hear the beater/auger drive
motor shut down indicating the product is ready to be served. The
compressor will continue to run for a short period as the machine
automatically directs refrigeration to the mix tank immediately
after the freeze-down cycle.
STAND BY
During long pauses in ice servings, press button pos. 572.2
“PUSH TO SELECT” to select “STAND BY”. You will save
significantly on energy consumption, as the compressor runs
only for the amount of time strictly necessary in order to keep the
mix at the proper temperature.
To serve, simply place a cup, container or cone under the
dispensing spout and slowly pull the dispensing handle down.
As the product begins to flow, move the cup or cone in a circular
fashion to create a tapering tower.
When you want to begin serving, press button pos. 572.2 “PUSH
TO SELECT” to select “AUTOMATIC” again. After only a few
minutes the ice cream will be at the correct hardness for sale.
570
L1
571.1
571.2
L2
L3
L4
L5
When the portion is the size you want, close the handle and pull
the cup or cone straight down to add a peak.
CONE COUNTER
The number of cones delivered is memorized in the program
area. This number is the cumulative number of cones extracted
since the machine has been delivered to the customer. This
number can not be reset by the user. To read this number we must
have the machine in STOP, push the “STOP” and “PUSH TO
SELECT” simultaneously for 3 seconds.
Push “STOP” button 2 more times.
You get on the display “CtH” and the value of thousand of cones
extracted.
By pushing one more on the “STOP” button the display shows
“CtL” and the value of the number of cones extracted.
By releasing all buttons, the display will flash 3 times and then
return to the normal functioning mode.
Example:
Typical portion sizes are:
SMALL = 3 OUNCE SERVICING
MEDIUM = 5 OUNCE SERVICING
LARGE = 7 OUNCE SERVICING
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20351 cones will be illustrated as:
CtH 020
CtL
351
GRAVITY FEED VALVE - HOW TO OPERATE
AND MAKE ADJUSTMENTS
The plunger/splash guard keeps the mix. from splashing on the
mix tank cover and serves as a device to eliminate potential
clogging inside the tubes.
The Gravity Feed Valve consists of two tubes, one sliding inside
the other, and a plunger/splash guard.
You may find it necessary to adjust the position of the outer tube
in order to regulate the amount of mix entering the freezing
cylinder after start-up. Actually, sales conditions will dictate the
proper adjustment.
The inner tube blends the flow of air and mix into the freezing
cylinder. Air enters through the top of the tube and the mix,
through a triangular hole at the base. See illustration below.
If more production is required, increase the opening by lifting the
outer tube, and conversely when business is slow, push down
the outer tube, reducing the opening. Naturally, when the mix
runs low in the mix tank, you will open the slot more and
eventually take the feed tube out completely to use the last of mix
in the mix tank.
Production
Maximum
Air Intake
Max. Fill Level
Standard
Mix Intake
The outer tube is actually a valve. Lifting the outer tube varies the
size of the hole and the amount of mix that flows into the freezing
cylinder. The size of the air inlet, at the top of the tube, does not
change so the amount of air that enters the freezing cylinder is
constant.
You can vary the overrun (yield) by letting more or less mix enter
the freezing cylinder by manually regulating the valve.
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3) Place a container or bucket under the spigot head. Slowly
pull
the handle down and remove remaining product
from the
cylinder.
PART VIII
ROUTINE, PERIODIC
CLEANING PROCEDURES
Cleaning and sanitizing schedules are governed by your State
or local regulatory agencies and must be followed accordingly.
A well planned cleaning schedule will eliminate excessive
waste of time and product within your organization.
On a designated day(s) of the week, allow the mix in the mix tank
to run as low as feasible.
Proceed to clean the machine, as follows:
1) Remove the Gravity Feed Tubes. Pull the tubes straight up
and out.
4) Push selector button 571.1 to turn “OFF” the machine.
571.1
5) Fill hopper(s) and cylinder(s) with cold water (a mild nonfoaming dish washing detergent is recommended).
2) Push selector button 571.2 to select the “BEATER” position.
Let the machine run for 4 to 5 minutes.
570
L1
571.1
571.2
L2
L3
L4
6) Push selector button to the “BEATER” position for one
minute. Push selector button to “OFF” position, drain water
by opening the spigot handle. Repeat this process until water
is clear.
L5
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IMPORTANT: Operate unit only in the BEATER position when
cleaning. Do not operate unit for excessive periods in the
BEATER position, one minute intervals per rinse is recommended.
PART IX
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
UC 511
7) Brush all surface areas, with brushes provided, to remove all
mix particles.
A) Refrigeration- Ice Cream Cylinder Expansion Valve
Compressor - Hermetic FLA - Amperage - 9 A
Suction Pressure -19/20 lbs
Discharge Pressure - 230/250
Cooling System - Air
Use R 502 only - 23 oz = 650 gr
Refrigeration - Mix Tank Automatic Valve
Suction Pressure 26 lbs
B) Beater Motor - Single Phase
H.O.M. cutout Amperage - 5 A
Overload cutout Amperage - 5.5 A
Voltage - 115 Volt
Beater rotation: counter clockwise Electronic Hard-O-Matic Control Adjustment
If the H.O.M. needs to be recalibrated proceed as following:
Clamp on a calibrated Ampmeter on the BLACK wire (see page
35).
Start the machine with product in the hopper and cylinder.
The compressor must cut off when the current, absorbed by the
beater motor, reaches the amperage indicated in the technical
information above.
8) Drain water:
To reduce product consistency, turn the TRIMMER adjustment,
(see pag. 34) counter clockwise.
To increase product consistency, turn the TRIMMER adjustment
screw clockwise.
C) Overload
T 25 - 4.5/6.5
Calibrated - 5.5 A
The beater motor overload is controlled by the front switch pad.
The mode of the overload is in AUTOMATIC, if the overload trips
off, wait a few minutes and reset the overload pushing the “STOP/
RESET” button on the front switch pad.
AMP.
CALIBRATION
152
ALWAYS IN
R POSITION
MAN AUT
9) Refer to Part III, “Initial Cleaning Procedure” of this manual
to continue the cleaning, disassembly, re-assembly, and
start-up procedures.
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D) PROXIMITY SWITCH
PART X
MAINTENANCE
The sensitivity can be adjusted with a small screwdriver. The
trimmer rotation is limited to 270 degrees by a “stop”. When
adjusting towards “maximum” or “minimum”, be careful not to
exert excessive torque (max. 40 Nmm) against the “stop”.
Failure to do so would damage the trimmer permanently.
Your COLDELITE machine has been designed, engineered and
manufactured to achieve high performance and long durability.
The life expectancy of a machine, any machine, does not depend
only on the quality of its components and design, but also on the
beneficial effects of basic maintenance procedures.
Adjusting Proximity Switch
The proximity switch pos. 152 been preset at the factory and its
range is 9 inches approx.
If modification is required, contact authorized service agency as
this operation must be carried out by specialized technicians.
It is important to you, therefore, to become familiar with a few of
these basic procedures:
1) Remove O-rings only with the O-ring extractor supplied with
the machine.
Messages visible on the Monitor
2) Clean the machine according to the instructions.
3) Lubricate all O-rings and seals, as instructed.
570
4) The wearing or the improper cleaning of the beater shaft
seals, will result in leakage from the rear. Check the drip
chute pans frequently and replace seals, when so necessary.
L1
5) Replace any O-ring that has a nick in it. If not replaced, it will
leak and interfere with the proper performance of the machine.
A series of messages are available for interactive use of the
machine.
6) When all the spare parts supplied with the machine are used,
re-order immediately. Do not wait until the part is required
again.
Message When it appearsMeaning
- P_A
- Automatic /Stand-By
- ICE
- Automatic
- rtA
- 888
- MIP
- At any time
- At any time
- At any time
7) NEVER use the AUTO position for washing, sanitizing and
initially filling the freezing cylinder.
-Thermal sensor out
of order
-Cylinder
temperature too low
- Overload relay
- EPRON out of order
- Spigot head not
properly fixed;
thermal sensor out
of order
8) IMPORTANT - During the washing and sanitizing period, run
the machine only for the time strictly necessary for this
operation. Prolonged use of the beater in the Cleaning
position may cause severe damage to the machine.
9) Always wash metal, plastic or rubber parts in lukewarm
water. NEVER, NEVER USE HOT WATER!
See page 28 for suggested remedy.
Important
Power failure
If your Model is an air cooled machine, its efficiency depends on
the air cooled condenser. The fins of the condenser must be
cleaned every two or three months to assure efficiency.
In the event of a temporary power failure, when power supply
resets, the machine turns itself back to the same function before
power failure.
Warning
Power ON
Extreme care must be taken when removing side, rear or control
box panels.
When the machine is connected to the power supply, all leds and
displays illuminate on for 1 sec. to make a self test; just after, the
display shows for 2 seconds, 3 numbers corresponding to
thousands of cones extracted and then the display shows, for 2
seconds, other 3 numbers corresponding to the number of cones
extracted.
Always turn the Selector Switch to the OFF position. Also, turn off
the Disconnect Switch on the electrical supply line before
exposing any electrical connections and/or moving parts, such
as belts, pulleys, fan blades and beater.
If you wish to Reset the number of cones, disconnect the machine
from the circuit breaker supply, push Stop and then turn ON the
Main circuit breaker while pushing Stop for the whole period of
display test.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Possible Cause
1) Product too soft.
2) Nothing comes out of
dispensing head.
Suggested Remedy
a) Drawing faster than machine can produce.
b) H.O.M. control out of calibration or malfunctioning.
c) Machine short of Freon gas.
a) Slow down draw rate.
b) Contact authorized service agency.
c) Contact authorized service agency.
a) No mix or low mix in mix tank.
b) Feeding tube setting not sufficiently open.
a) Add mix to mix tank.
b) Adjust gravity feed tube sleeve to
larger
opening.
a) Restricted air flow.
b) Compressor not working.
c) Short of Freon gas.
d) Malfunctioning torque control (H.O.M.).
e) Malfunctioning starter.
f) Insufficient power supply.
3) Machine will not freeze.
4) Machine runs continuously.
a) Short of Freon gas.
b) Restricted or excessively warm air.
5) Beater motor humming.
a) No mix in cylinder.
a) Remove obstruction or restriction.
b) Contact authorized service agency.
c) Contact authorized service agency.
d) Contact authorized service agency.
e) Contact authorized service agency.
f) Contact authorized service agency.
a) Contact authorized service agency.
b) Remove obstruction or restriction.
a) Refer to #2) above.
6) Machine will not start.
a) No power to machine.
b) Malfunctioning control panel.
c) Off on overload.
d) Safety switch not energized.
a) Check plug, disconnect switch or
fuses. Push reset button.
b) Contact authorized service agency.
c) Push reset button after waiting for reset to cool.
d) Control if spigot head is properly assembled.
a) Going off on high pressure.
7) Short cycle on machine.
a) Clean condenser (air cooled models).
b) Malfunctioning Klixon on compressor.
c) Check water flow.
8) Mix drips from rear of
head assembly.
a) O-ring missing or has a split.
b) Head not tight.
9) Low overrun.
a) Defective O-ring. Check all O-rings.
b) Too much liquid in cylinder.
10) MIP
a) Spigot head not properly fixed.
b) Reed switch out of order.
a) Install or replace O-ring.
b) Tighten hand knob.
a) Replace any worn or damaged O-ring
b) Close liquid hole in feeding tube, draw several
portions and reopen hole.
a) Check spigot head.
b) Check magnet in spigot head.
c) Check reed switch.
a) Thermal sensor out of order.
a) Contact authorized service agency.
b) Replace the probe.
c) In emergency bypass the probe.
11) PA
a) Cylinder temperature too cold.
a) Check mix in hopper. Add mix.
b) Not enough mix in cylinder. Open gravity feed
valve.
12) ICE
a) Overload relay off.
13) rtA
a) Ice cream too hard. Check temperature and
amperage. If temperature too low or amperage
too high, ricalibrate the value of HOM.
b) Not enough mix in cylinder. Open gravity feed
valve.
a) Eprom out of order.
14) 888
a) Check if properly fixed.
b) Replace Eprom.
Machine
model
Weight
Width
Depth
Height
*
-
kg
mm
mm
mm
UC-511
96
460
760
720
-
lbs
inc
inc
inc
UC-511
210
177/8
293/4
281/4
* Height with additional feet 820 mm (32.28 inc.)
28
Installed Tank
power capacity
Kw
Kw
Hourly
output
lt
kg
6
5.5
qts
lbs
7
12.5
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1750250
1722620
1902300
1903290
1904390
1906350
Figure D
1745210
1746010
1720710
1746020
1745651
Figure A
Code No.
Description
Code No.
Description
1903290*
1722620
1904390*
1902300
1745210
1745651
Right side panel
Touch panel
Rear panel
Left side panel
Plastic drip chute
Tray
1750250
1746020*
1746010*
1906350
1720710
Mix tank cover
Spring
Cover: rear drip tray
Front panel
Proximity switch
*Not pictured
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1664500
Figure F
1602300
1612150
3201321
Figure C
Figure B
Code No.
Description
Code No.
Description
3201321
1602300
Motor
Gearbox with motor
1612150
1664500
Connecting flange
(SL) Sensor-mix level
30
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1685510
1640520
1641463
1641464
1642110
Figure C
1641641
Code No.
1642110
. 1641464
1641641
Description
Code No.
Description
End pusher
Rubber spacer
1641463
1640520
Scraper
Beater 4xD85
Idler
1685510
Beater seal
1652022
1685260
1685280
1654010
1653320
Figure D
1653080
1656121
1651222
1654330
1654201
31
Code No.
Description
1685260
1652022
O-ring
Complete Piston
1685280
1654010
1653320
1653080
1654201
1651222
1656121
1654330
O-ring
Handle retaining rod
Dispense Handle
Piston activating cam
Retaining knob, dispense head
Spigot heady body
Screw
Stud bolt
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Figure E
1638150 L=225
1638090
1638400
1685430
32
Code No.
Description
1638150
Splash guard, gravity feed tube L= 225
1638090
1638400
1685430
Sleeve, gravity feed tube
Gravity feed tube
O-ring
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1727280
1727560
1724800
1727280
1724800
1727820
1727580
1727850
3301020
1731020
3306390
1740080
3203250
Figure F
Code No.
Description
Code No.
Description
1727580
3301020
Expansion Valve - Cylinder
Compressor
1727850
1727280
Orifice for 1727580
Solenoid valve body
3306390
3203250
1740080
1727820
Pressure switch
Fan motor
Fan
Orifice # 1 for 1727560
1724800
1727560
1731020
Solenoid valve coil
Expansion valve hopper
Air condenser
33
1727720
1722020
1722200
3213090
1724670
1724350
1724350
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
1722350
TRIMMER
1722990
1722400
3213500
1722310
1722210
TTA TTC
FigureG
Code No.
Description
Code No.
Description
1724350
(TTA) Contactor - motor
1722210
(ITR) Circuit breaker
1724350
3213090
1727720
1722350
3213500
1722200
(TTC) Contactor - compressor
(TRI) Transformer
Microprocessor/ Eprom
(MIP) Safety magnetic switch
(TRA) Current Transformer
(F1-F2) Fuse - 1 Amp.
1722310
1722990
1722020
1722400
1724670
(TEC/TE1) Temperature sensor
(TR2) Transformer 24/11 Volt
(CPU) Electronic board
Suppressor elect. interference
(RTA) Overload
34
WIRING DIAGRAM
35
WIRING DIAGRAM
CPU: Central processing unit (Electronic Board)
Unité centrale de procès
Unidad de proceso central
RTA: Overload protection for beater motor
Protection thermique pour moteur malaxeur
Relé térmico para motor agitador
EVC: Cylinder solenoid valve
Soupape électrique cylindre
Electroválvula cilindro
S:
Elect. interference suppressor
Snubber (filtre antinuissance)
Supresor de parásitos
EVV: Tank solenoid valve
Soupape électrique cuve
Electroválvula tanque
SF:
Proximity switch
Senseur photo-électrique
Detector fotoeléctrico
FU:
1/2
Fusibile
Fuse
Fusible
SL:
Level sensor
Sonde de niveau
Sonda de nivel
MIP:
Safety magnetic switch
Interrupteur magnetique de sûreté
Interruptor magnético de seguridad
TEC: Tank storage temperature sensor
Thermostat conservation cuve
Termostato conservación tanque
ITR:
Circuit breaker
Interrupteur thermique rétablabe
Interruptor térmico reposicionable
TE1: Cylinder evaporator temperature sensor
Thermostat evaporator cylindre
Termostato evaporador cilindro
MA:
Beater motor
Moteur agitateur
Motor agitador
TEM: Termostato meccanico
Thermostat
Termostato
MC:
Compressor motor
Moteur compresseur
Motor compresor
TR:
1/2
MV:
Fan motor
Moteur ventilateur
Motor ventilador
TRA: Current transformer
Transformateur ampérométrique
Transformador de corriente
PP:
Push button pad
Panneau poissoir
Panel de pulsadores
TTA: Beater motor contactor
Contacteur moteur malaxeur
Telerruptor motor agitador
PR:
Pressure control
Pressostat
Presóstato
TTC: Compressor motor contactor
Contacteur moteur compresseur
Telerruptor motor compresor
36
Electric transformer
Transformateur électrique
Transformador eléctrico
SPARE PARTS LIST
CODE
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
1540130
1540140
1601190
1602300
1611031
1612150
1638400
1638090
1638222
1640520
1641463
1641464
1641640
1642110
1651222
1652022
1653080
1653320
1654010
1654201
1654330
1656121
1664030
1664500
1685430
1685260
1685280
1685510
1711480
1711510
1711550
1711560
1711570
1720710
1722020
1722200
1722210
1722310
1722350
1722400
1722620
1722990
1724350
1724670
1724800
1727280
1727560
1727580
1727700
1727720
1727820
1727850
1729010
1729020
SPATULA
OR EXTRACTOR S.S
HOPPER COMPLETE With Valves
MOTORGEARBOX - complete - 115 Volts
GASKET - FRONT
CONNECTING FLANGE
FEEDING TUBE - plastic - two Oring
SLEEVE for 1638400 - plastic - grav. feed tube
SPLASH GUARD
BEATER - D.85 - 4z
BLADE - for beater 1640520
SPACER - Rubber - blade
IDLER #4 - for 1640510/511 - plastic
END PUSHER - for beater 1640520
SPIGOT HEAD BODY W/ Magnet
PISTON - side - white - standard
CAM - piston activating
HANDLE - complete w/ insert
RETAINING ROD - handle
KNOB - long - 8 mm sq/hd white
STUD - retaining knob - spigot head
SCREW - piston activating cam
NUT - M16
STEM - Electronic level control
OR - 2062
OR - 6362 - see 3410090
OR - 4106
SEAL - beater shaft Hytrel
INS. PLATE - Wago 260-361
INS. PLATE - for 1711570
CLAMP - Wago 260-301
CLAMP - Wago 260-331
CLAMP - Wago 282-601
SF - Proximity switch
CPU - Electronic board
FUSE - 1 Amp.
CIRCUIT BREAKER - 115 Volts Line
TEC/TE1 - sensor - 6x30 L1500
MIP - SENSOR - Safety magnetic switch
S - SUPPRESSOR ELECT. INTERFERENCE
PP - PUSH BUTTON PAD
TRANSFORMER - 24/11 Volts
CONTACTOR - 24 Volts
OVERLOAD - T25 - 4.5/6.5
COIL. for 1727280 - 24 V.
SOLENOID - body only
AUTOMATIC Valve
THERMOSTATIC Valve - TEY2 - MOP 30
VALVE - service
EPROM # 33
ORIFICE # 1 for 1727560
ORIFICE # 1 for 1727580
FILTER 6.5x8.5 - Liquid line
FILTER 6.2x2.1
37
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
1
15
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SPARE PARTS LIST
CODE
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
1729030
1731020
1731360
1740080
1740390
1745210
1746010
1746020
1750250
1780491
1780492
1780970
1902300
1903290
1904390
1906350
1990680
1990681
1990690
2111110
2116250
2116290
2116310
2116320
2117030
2117060
2117070
2117080
2117160
2117310
2117320
2117420
2117490
2117720
2117760
2118110
2118220
2118260
2118320
2118350
2118390
3201321
3203250
3213090
3213500
3301020
3306390
3540100
3540110
5555302
1745651
FILTER
CONDENSER - Air
SHROUD for 1731020
FAN - air condenser
BRACKET - fan motor
DRIP TRAY - rear L 380
COVER - Rear drip tray hole
SPRING
COVER - Mix tank - white
DECAL - "Coldelite" logo
DECAL - front
WIRING DIAGRAM
PANEL - Left side
PANEL - Right side
PANEL - Rear
PANEL - Front
BRUSH - D.15
BRUSH - D.20
BRUSH - D.40
LEGS - adjustable
DECAL - 24 Volt
DECAL - cleaning instruction
DECAL - EVV
DECAL - EVC
DECAL - Heater
DECAL - NSF
DECAL - warning safety
DECAL - DANGER ELECTRIC
DECAL - caution moving parts
DECAL - Soft soder
DECAL - pressure tested
DECAL - UL
DECAL - CSA Soft Serve
WARRANTY VALIDATION CARD
DECAL - MEA
DECAL - NAME PLATE
DECAL - installation
DECAL - connect power line here
DECAL - Colder
DECAL - Warning-disconnect power
DECAL - user important
MOTOR - gearbox - 115/60 - 0.5 Hp
MOTOR - fan - 115 Volts - 1/10 Hp
TRANSFORMER .75 KW.
CURRENT TRANSFORMER
COMPRESSOR - 0.5 Hp - 1 Ph - 115 V.
PRESSOSTAT - MG21 - 1582
STERASHEEN
PETROGEL
Oring strip
TRAY
38
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1