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Scotsman SCCG50 Service manual
Service Manual for
Residential Ice Machine
Models SCCG50 and SCCP50
SCCG50 & SCCP50
Service Manual
Introduction:
This ice machine is the result of Scotsman’s
decades of experience as an industry leader in the
design and manufacture of both commercial and
residential ice machines.
This manual includes the information needed to
install, start up and maintain the ice machine. Note
any Caution or Warning indicators, as they provide
notice of potential hazards. Keep this manual for
future reference.
Table of Contents
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2
Cabinet Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3
Air flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4
Water Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5
Door Covering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6
Door Panel Attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7
Custom Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8
Door swing change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9
Installation: Water & Drain
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10
Gravity Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 11
Electrical
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 12
Cube Size Adjustment
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 13
Harvest Time Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 14
Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 15
Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 16
How to clean the condenser and winterize. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17
How to remove scale from the ice making system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18
System Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 19
Water System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 20
Components
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 21
Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 22
Performance Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 23
Refrigeration System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 24
Thermistor Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 25
Service Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 26
Service Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 27
Removal and Repair
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 28
Removal and Repair
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 29
Removal and Repair - Cabinet Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 30
Refrigeration Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 32
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Specifications
This ice machine is designed to be used indoors, in
a controlled environment. It can be used in a wide
variety of environmental conditions, but there are
limits. Use outside of the listed limitations is misuse
and will void the warranty.
Air temperature limits:
The ice machine will operate adequately within the
limits, but functions best in temperatures between
70 and 80 degrees F.
• Minimum – 50 degrees F. (10oC)
• Maximum – 100 degrees F. (38oC)
Water temperature limits:
• Minimum – 40 degrees F. (4.5oC)
• Maximum – 100 degrees F. (38oC)
Water pressure limits:
• Minimum – 20 psi (1.4 bar)
• Maximum – 80 psi (5.5 bar)
Options:
Door Panel kits: Finished door panels are available
from Scotsman for attachment to the machine, or a
custom panel can be made.
Kit Number Panel Finish
Handle Finish
KDFW
White
White
KDFWS
White
Stainless Steel
KDFB
Black
Black
KDFBS
Black
Stainless Steel
KDFS
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Kickplate Extension: In some situations the leg
levelers will be extended enough to become visible.
A kit to extend the kickplate over the legs is KKPF.
Cabinet Stability: In some free standing
installations it may be prudent to add a bracket that
secures the back of the cabinet to a wall. That kit
number is KATB.
Drain Conversion:
Because the ice machine is making a food product,
the water supply to the ice machine must be
A gravity drain model can be converted to a drain
potable, or fit for human consumption.
pump model by installing a drain pump kit. The
drain pump kit consists of a drain pump, wiring
harness and associated tubing. The kit number is
Electrical
A39462-021.
• 115 volt, 60 Hz. Plug into dedicated 15 amp
Warranty Information
circuit.
• Power consumption: 275 - 400 Watts. Varies
Warranty information is supplied separately from
during Freeze and Harvest cycles.
this manual. Refer to it for coverage. In general, the
warranty covers defects in materials or
Voltage limits:
workmanship and does not cover corrections of
installation errors or maintenance.
• Minimum - 104 volts
• Maximum – 126 volts
Models: There are six models, all air cooled:
•
•
•
•
•
•
SCCP50M-1WU – Pump model, white cabinet
SCCG50M-1WU – Gravity drain model, white cabinet
SCCP50M-1BU – Pump model, black cabinet
SCCG50M-1BU – Gravity drain model, black cabinet
SCCP50M-1SU – Pump model, stainless cabinet
SCCG50M-1SU – Gravity drain model, stainless cabinet
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Cabinet Layout
FLOOR DRAIN
ACCESS HOLE
3 7/8"
20 3/8"
22"
.75 SHEET METAL DOOR FRONT
.63 MIN. CABINET DOOR
14 7/8"
29 1/4"
33 3/8" MIN.
34 3/8" MAX.
DRAIN
FLEXIBLE TUBING
3/8 I.D. PUMP MODEL (INCLUDED)
5/8 I.D. GRAVITY MODEL (NOT INCLUDED)
POTABLE WATER INLET
1/4" COMPRESSION FITTING
4"
AIR OUT
AIR IN
2 1/2"
2 3/4"
1" LEG ADJUSTMENT
(4) PLACES
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1 1/2"
115 V
POWER CORD
3 3/4"
7 3/8"
3 1/4"
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Air flow
The machine takes in room temperature air at the
lower right front and forces warm air out the lower
left front. Restricting the airflow will adversely affect
the ability of the ice machine to make ice.
Control Panel
Ice Making
Area
Warm Air Out
Air Intake
Scotsman Ice Systems are designed and
manufactured with the highest regard for safety
and performance. They meet or exceed the
standards of agencies like U.L.
Scotsman assumes no liability or responsibility of
any kind for products manufactured by Scotsman
that have been altered in any way, including the
use of any parts and/or other components not
specifically approved by Scotsman.
Scotsman reserves the right to make design
changes and/or improvements at any time.
Specifications and designs are subject to change
without notice.
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Water Quality
All water, including potable water supplied by
municipalities, contains some impurities or
minerals. Water absorbs impurities from the air as
rain and/or as it flows through the ground. Some of
the impurities are solid particles, these are known
as suspended solids, and a fine particle filter will
remove them. Other impurities are chemically
bonded to the water molecules, and cannot be
filtered out, these are called dissolved solids.
Filters and Treatment
In general, it is always a good idea to filter the
water. A water filter, if it is of the proper type, can
remove taste and odors as well as particles. Some
methods of water treatment for dissolved solids
include reverse osmosis, and polyphosphate
feeders.
RO Water
Ice made by this machine will have a lower mineral
content than the water it was made from. This is
due to the method of making ice. Purer water will
freeze first in the ice making molds. The reason for
this is that anything dissolved in water lowers the
water’s freezing temperature. This concentrates
most of the impurities in the ice machine water
reservoir where they may form hard deposits
known as scale. The machine dilutes the
concentration of minerals by over-filling the
reservoir during the harvest cycle (with the excess
water flowing down the drain). s. Between 2 and 4
pints of water flow into the unit each cycle.
Between 1 and 3.5 pints of that rinses the reservoir
and goes down the drain.
This machine can be supplied with Reverse
Osmosis water, but the water conductivity must be
no less than 10 microSiemens/cm. A reverse
osmosis system should include post treatment to
satisfy the R.O. water’s potential aggressiveness.
Deionized water is not recommended.
Because water softeners exchange one mineral for
another, softened water may not improve water
conditions when used with ice machines. Where
water is very hard, softened water could result in
white, mushy cubes that stick together.
If in doubt about the water, contact a local point of
use water specialist for recommendations on water
Some impurities will inevitably remain, and will stick treatment.
to the parts in the machine, and will cause
malformed ice cubes. Eventually, built up mineral Installation Overview
scale can shorten machine life.
The ice machine must:
To keep the machine operating properly, these
impurities or minerals will have to be regularly
• be connected to cold, potable water
dissolved by an acid cleaning, using Scotsman Ice
• be connected to a drain
Machine Scale Remover. Directions for this may be
• be connected to the proper power supply
found in the section under cleaning.
• be able circulate air through the vents at the
front.
Note: Do not build in so that the door is recessed.
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Door Covering
Door Panel
Custom Panel
The ice machine is supplied without a conventional
door covering so it can be decorated to the user’s
preference. Scotsman offers several coverings
including white, black and stainless steel. In
addition, a custom built panel can be placed onto
the door.
A custom panel of wood or other material not
exceeding 15 lb can be attached to the door.
Attachment is from the ice side of the door. Holes
are provided in the door for this purpose.
See instructions in information packet to create and
attach a custom panel:
Door Panel Attachment
To attach a Scotsman supplied panel:
Note: If door swing is to be changed, it must be
done before panel is attached.
The panel will be held on by 6 sheet metal screws
and 2 machine screws.
1. Remove the gasket and retain for later use.
2. If the door panel is stainless steel, remove any
plastic covering the stainless steel panel.
3. Place the panel onto the outside of the door,
and secure it to the door using two machine
screws, located at the left center and right
center.
4. Fasten the panel to the door using the 6 sheet
metal screws. In the hinge area, use the
outermost screw holes.
5. Place the covers over the hinge areas, and
secure each cover to the door using a sheet
metal screw.
6. Insert hole plug over screw installed in step 5.
7. Return the gasket to its original position.
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Door Panel Attachment
Use Upper
Hole at the
Top
Scotsman
Door Panel
Gasket
Machine
Screw
Hole Plug
Use Lower
Hole at the
Bottom
Cover
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Custom Panel
A custom panel of wood or other material not
exceeding 15 lb can be attached to the door.
Attachment is from the ice side of the door. Holes
are provided in the door for this purpose.
To create and attach a custom panel:
10. Mount panel to door using wood screws or
supplied panel mounting screws.
Note: When installed Ice machine must be adjusted
for height to position top of door to desired
clearance.
• Panel width: 14 7/8”
• Panel height: Between 29 3/8” and 30 3/8”.
• Panel thickness: 5/8” to ¾”
1. Measure overall height of cabinet
opening where ice machine will be
(floor to bottom of countertop edge).
13 9/16"
6 25/32"
2. Determine desired kickplate
space (from bottom of door to floor).
This could be equal to the adjacent
cabinet’s kickplate space or another
space the user wants.
8 1/4"
13/16"
4 1/8"
13/32"
3. Subtract kickplate space from
cabinet opening.
4. Subtract 1/8 or more for clearance
space between top of door and
bottom of countertop edge from
cabinet opening. This is the
maximum door length.
14 11/16"
Ø 1/8"
TYP. (10)
5. Cut panel to width.
30 3/8"
29 3/8"
6. Cut panel to length (cabinet space
- kickplate space - top clearance =
length).
7. Determine top of panel.
8. Mark hole locations using drawing
on the back of these instructions.
Drawing assumes top of panel will
be flush with top of door. Measure
hole locations from the top of the
panel.
9. Drill pilot holes for wood screws.
Use drill stop to prevent drilling
through the panel.
13 31/64"
13/32"
{Centerline}
14 7/8"
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Door swing change
8. Remove the upper hinge and move it to the
The door can be attached to open with hinges on
door's opposite side, bottom location. Secure
the left or right using new brackets shipped loose in
using the original screws.
the ice bin. Retain all screws for re-use.
9. Remove the original lower hinge and move it to
the door's opposite side, upper location.
Secure using the original screws.
To change:
1. Remove innermost
screw holding each
hinge to cabinet, loosen
the other.
10. Install a screw removed in step 2 in outermost
hole of upper and lower cross braces.
11. Attach the door to the cabinet using the original
screws.
2. Slide hinges to the side
and remove door from
cabinet. Remove
screws loosened in step
1 from both hinge brackets.
12. Return kickplate and front service panel to their
original positions and attach to the cabinet
using the original screws.
3. Remove two screws securing top panel to
back, pull top panel back and remove from
cabinet.
4. Remove two screws at
the top and lift the door
hinge bracket out of the
cabinet. Replace with the
one supplied loose with
the machine. Fasten it to
the cabinet using the
original screws.
Installation Notes
Door Hinge
Bracket
Built In Situations: If a finished floor is to be
installed in the area after the ice machine has been
built in, shims the expected thickness of the floor
should be installed under the unit to keep the
machine level with the planned floor level.
Installations on a slab: Use a pump model and
pump the water to the point of drainage. Pump
models will pump 1 story (10 feet) high.
5. Return the top panel to the cabinet and fasten
it with the original screws.
6. Remove kickplate and front service panel.
7. Remove two front screws and two bottom
screws holding the bottom cross brace to the
cabinet. Replace the brace with the one
supplied loose with the machine. Secure it
using the original screws.
Installations over a crawl space or basement:
Either gravity drain or pump model units may be
used, if there is not enough room behind the
machine for a drain/waste receptacle, the drain will
have to be below the floor.
Note: When installed in a corner, the door swing
may be limited due to handle contact with the wall
or cabinet face.
Screw Below
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Installation: Water & Drain
The recommended water supply tubing is ¼ inch
OD copper. Stainless steel flex or reinforced PVC
tube may also be used. Install an easily accessible
shut-off valve between the supply and the unit. This
shut-off valve should not be installed behind the
unit.
Drains
There are two types of ice machine models, one
that drains by gravity and one that has an internal
drain pump.
Drain Pump Model drain installation
Note: Do not use self-piercing type valves.
1. Locate the coil of 3/8” ID plastic drain tubing
secured to the back of the unit.
1. Remove the front service panel.
2. Route the plastic drain tube from the back of the
unit to the drain connection point.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Often an air gap is required by
local codes between the ice maker drain tube and
the drain receptacle.
Screw
Securing
Front Service
Panel
2. Route the tubing through the right hole in the
back to the inlet water solenoid valve inlet.
3. Install a compression fitting on the tubing and
connect to the inlet of the solenoid.
Water Inlet
Tube (field
supplied)
Drain Tube,
Route to
building drain
Back View, Drain Pump Model
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Gravity Drain
Caution: Restrictions in the drain system to the
machine will cause water to back up into the ice
storage bin and melt the ice. Gravity drain tubing
must be vented, have no kinks and slope to the
building drain. Air gaps are typically required by
local code.
1. Place the ice machine in front of the installation
opening. Adjust leveling legs to the approximate
height.
2. Remove the front service access panel and the
upper back panel.
Note: If you are connecting a gravity drain model
and the drain opening has been located in the floor
under the base pan according to the pre install
specifications, follow steps 3 through 5 to drain the
unit through the base. If not, proceed to step 6b.
3. Remove the clamp and barbed elbow and take
off the plastic cover in the base pan below the drain
hose.
4. Connect a straight 5/8” barbed connector to the
drain hose, securing with the clamp removed in
step 4.
5. Cut an 8” piece of 5/8” ID X 7/8” OD tygon (clear
plastic) tubing. Slide one end of the tube onto the
outlet of the barbed connector and secure with a
clamp. Leave the other end of the tube lying on the
floor of the base pan until the unit is positioned
over the floor drain.
6. Route the drain tube. Either a) Insert the drain
tube through the base pan into the floor drain or b)
Route the drain tube through the left hole in the
lower back panel and connect to barbed elbow and
secure with a clamp.
7. Reinstall the upper back panel.
8. Reinstall the service access panel. Level the
unit.
Barbed Elbow
Drain Hose
Water Inlet
Tube (field
supplied)
Drain Hose,
Route to
building drain
Back View, Gravity Drain Model
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Electrical
The ice machine is supplied with a power cord. Do
not remove the grounding pin from the cord’s plug.
Do not use extension cords. Follow all codes.
Connect the machine to its own 115 volt, 15 amp
circuit.
1. If the electrical outlet for the ice maker is
behind the unit, plug in the unit.
1. Has the unit been connected to the proper
water supply?
2. Has the water supply be checked for leaks?
3. Has the unit been connected to a drain?
4. Has the drain been tested for flow and leaks?
2. Position the unit in the installation opening.
3. Turn on the water supply. Make sure that the
ice maker is plugged in and the power is on.
4. Slide unit into installation opening, paying
careful attention to water supply and drain
connections. Do not kink!
Installation check list:
5. Has the unit been connected to the proper
electrical supply?
6. Has the unit been leveled?
7. Have all packing materials been removed from
the machine?
5. Pour a couple of quarts of water into the ice
8. Has the door covering been installed?
storage bin; on drain pump equipped machines
the drain pump should start and water should
Initial Start Up
pump out. Check for leaks.
1. Turn on the water supply.
6. Replace the service access panel.
2. Switch on the electrical power.
7. Level the unit as needed.
3. Push and release the On/Off switch to start the
machine. The Ice Making light next to the
On/Off switch will glow Green.
4. The compressor will start and water will begin
to flow into the unit. When the reservoir is full,
water will start to drain from the machine. After
a few minutes the water pump and fan motor
will begin to operate and the first ice making
cycle will have begun.
No adjustments are needed.
After about a half hour, ice will fall into the ice
storage bin. The machine makes 24 cubes per
batch. It is normal for the first batches of ice to
melt, that continues until the bin has cooled. It will
take 8 to 10 hours of continuous run time to fill the
ice bin. When the bin is full of ice, the ice machine
will shut off. It will automatically restart when the
ice level falls, either from use or normal meltage.
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Cube Size Adjustment
The cube size can be adjusted by changing the
amount of freeze cycle time. This is done by a
button press sequence.
Side Views of Cubes
Note: There is only one correct cube size. See the
illustrations.
To adjust cube size:
1. Shut the machine off: If it's off on bin full press
and release the On/Off button once, switching the
Ice Making light off. If the machine is making ice
hold the On/Off button in until the Ice Making light
is off.
Too Small, Adjust Cycle Longer
2. Press and hold the Clean button for 5 seconds
(light on), then release (light out)
3. View the lights. Compare to the table below.
Cube Size Change Table
On/Off
Water
Clean
Default
off
off
off
Add 1 minute
on
off
off
Add 2 minutes
off
on
off
Add 3 minutes
off
off
on
Add 4 minutes
on
on
on
- 1 minute
flash
off
off
- 2 minutes
off
flash
off
- 3 minutes
off
off
flash
- 4 minutes
flash
flash
flash
Just Right
Too Large, Adjust Cycle Shorter
4. Select the amount of change.
5. Push and release the On/Off button until the
correct light pattern is displayed.
6. Push and release the Clean button to select that
setting.
7. Push and release On/Off to return to ice making.
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Harvest Time Adjustment
The harvest time can be adjusted so that all the ice
harvests during the cycle, plus a few seconds
extra. This is done by a button press sequence.
Note: Do not set harvest time shorter than the
actual time it takes to release all the cubes.
To adjust Harvest Time:
1. Shut the machine off by holding the On/Off
button in until it shuts off (Ice Making light off).
2. Press and hold the On button again for 5
seconds, then release (Ice Making light will switch
off).
3. View the lights. Compare to the table below.
Harvest Time Table
On/Off
Water
Clean
Default
off
off
off
Add 10 seconds
on
off
off
Add 20 seconds
off
on
off
Add 30 seconds
off
off
on
Add 40 seconds
on
on
on
- 10 seconds
flash
off
off
- 20 seconds
off
flash
off
- 30 seconds
off
off
flash
- 40 seconds
flash
flash
flash
4. Select the amount of change.
5. Push and release the Clean button until the
correct light pattern is displayed.
6. Push and release the On button to select that
setting.
7. Push and release On/Off to return to ice making.
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Control Settings
Automatic water purge enable / disable
The control is set at the factory to automatically
select the proper amount of water purge. If desired,
that can be disabled, and a typical purge amount
used.
To disable Automatic purge selection:
1. Press and hold the On/Off button until the unit
shuts off. No lights should be on.
2. Press and hold the ON button for 5 seconds,
then release.
3. Wait between 5 and 20 seconds, then repeat
step 1. All lights will flash once.
To return to Automatic purge selection:
1. Press and hold the ON button for 5 seconds,
then release.
2. Wait between 5 and 20 seconds, then repeat
step 1. All lights will flash twice.
Manual Harvest - from the OFF or Standby Mode
(powered but no lights are on)
1. Press and hold the Clean-Reset button for 5
seconds and release.
2. Wait between 5 and 20 seconds, then repeat
step 1. All lights will flash once. The On/Off light will
be on until harvest has timed out.
Reset time to clean indicator light
Press and hold the Clean-Reset button for 3
seconds.
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Use
No special instructions are needed for use. Just
take as much ice as you need, the machine will
replace it. A scoop is provided, and it can be stored
in the machine using the loop of tubing on the right
side as a holder.
The machine can be shut off anytime by just
pushing and releasing the On/Off button. The
machine will shut off at the end of the next cycle.
To shut off immediately, push and hold the On/Off
button in until the machine stops.
What shouldn’t be done?
Never keep anything in the ice storage bin that is
not ice. Objects like wine or beer bottles are not
only unsanitary, but the labels can slip off and plug
up the drain.
Never allow the machine to operate without regular
cleaning. The machine will last longer if it is kept
clean. Regular cleaning should happen at least
once per year, and preferably twice. Some water
conditions will dictate even more frequent cleaning
of the ice making section, and some carpets or
pets will dictate more frequent cleaning of the
condenser.
Normal cubes are tapered cylinders. If the cubes
are ragged and mis-shaped, mineral scale must be
removed from the ice making system
Maintenance
There are 5 things to keep clean:
1. The outside cabinet & door.
2. The ice storage bin.
3. The condenser.
4. The ice making system.
5. The ice scoop.
Note: The Time to Clean light will switch ON after 6
months of use. It will remain ON until the ice
How to clean the cabinet.
making system is cleaned using the process on
page 13.
Wipe off any spills on the surface of the door and
handle as they occur. If anything spilled on the
door or gasket dries onto the surface, wash with
Noise:
soap and warm water to remove.
The ice machine is designed for quiet operation,
How to clean the ice storage bin.
but will make some noise during the ice making
cycle. During a freezing cycle, it is normal to hear
The ice storage bin should be sanitized
the fan moving air and the water pump circulating
occasionally. It is usually convenient to sanitize the
water. Ice hitting the bin or ice in the bin can be
bin after the ice making system has been cleaned,
heard during harvest.
and the storage bin is empty.
If ice making noise is objectionable, an appliance
grade timer can be added to the power supply. Set A sanitizing solution can be made of 1 ounceo of
household bleach and two gallons of hot (95 F. –
the timer to turn the machine off at the time(s) of
115oF.) water. Use a clean cloth and wipe the
day when the noise is most objectionable.
interior of the ice storage bin with the sanitizing
solution, pour some of the solution down the drain.
Allow to air dry.
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How to clean the condenser and winterize.
Condenser cleaning
Winterizing
The condenser is like the radiator on a car, it has
fins and tubes that can become clogged with dirt
and lint. To clean:
1. Clean the ice making system.
2. Open the door and push and release the On/Off
switch to turn the machine off.
1. Remove the kickplate and front service panel.
3. Turn off the water supply.
2. Locate the condenser surface.
4. Drain the water reservoir by removing the rubber
cap under the reservoir - it's near the back wall of
the ice storage bin.
Rubber Cap
5. Disconnect the incoming water line at the inlet
water valve.
3. Vacuum the surface, removing all dust and lint.
Caution: Do not dent the fins.
4. Return the kickplate and front service panel to
their original positions. Fasten them to the cabinet
using the original screws.
6. Open the door, push and release the on/off
switch to turn the machine on.
7. Blow air through the inlet water valve; a tire
pump could do the job.
8. Drain pump models should have about 1/2
gallon of RV antifreeze (propylene glycol) poured
into the ice storage bin drain.
Note: Automotive antifreeze must NOT be used.
9. Switch off and unplug the machine.
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How to remove scale from the ice making system.
1. Scoop out all of the ice, either discard it or save
it in an ice chest or cooler.
9. Pour a gallon of hot (95oF. – 115oF.) water into
the bin to flush out the drain.
2. Press and HOLD the On/off button in for 3
seconds until the Green light goes out.
10. Clean the bin liner of mineral scale by mixing
some ice machine scale remover and hot water,
and using that solution to scrub the scale off of the
liner.
11. Rinse the liner with hot water.
12. Sanitize the bin interior.
3. Press and HOLD the both the Clean-Reset and
On/Off buttons for 5 seconds. The Time to Clean
light will blink on and off.
4. Pour 8 ounces of Scotsman Ice Machine Scale
Remover (available from a local Scotsman
Distributor or Dealer) into the ice machine
reservoir.
13. Replace the ice removed in step 1.
14. Push and release the On/Off button to restart
ice making.
The ice scoop should be washed regularly, wash it
just like any other food container.
Pour Scale
Remover Here
5. Operate the machine for about ½ hour.
6. Push and release the On/Off switch. The
machine will begin to flush out the cleaning
solution.
7. Operate the machine for another ½ hour.
8. Push and release the On/Off switch. The
machine will stop the cleaning process.
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System Information
Overall:
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Refrigerant: 8 oz R-134a
Compressor: Hermetic, 1300 BTUH, X HP
Condenser: Forced draft
Fan blade: 5 blade, 7 inch
Evaporator: Inverted, 24 cube cells. Tin
plated copper, continuous serpentine
Metering device: Cap tube
Defrost method: Hot gas bypass with water
assist
Spray method: 6 water jets
Water charge: 40 ounces
Water valve: 115 volt solenoid, .19 GPM
Water fill time: Varies with harvest time &
purge setting
Spray pump: Pedestal type.
Drain pump: Magnetic drive, controlled by
pressure switch
Purge method: Overflow standpipe
Control method: Electronic
Cycle control: Thermistor + timers
Freeze cycle timer: 10 minutes, + - 4
Harvest cycle timer: 20 seconds, + - 40
Cube size adjustment: Freeze timer change.
Harvest cycle adjustment: Harvest timer
change
Bin control: Thermostat. Opens on
temperature fall, Cut Out: 35 degrees F. Cut
In 45 degrees F. Range is adjustable.
Electrical Components:
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Electrical Sequence:
Compressor
Fan motor
Spray pump motor
Drain pump motor
Drain pump switch
Bin light - LED type
Bin light switch - magnetic reed
Inlet water solenoid valve
Hot gas valve
Transformer
Controller
Water sensor
Thermistor
Bin thermostat
A closed bin thermostat signals to the controller a
need for ice. The controller checks for water, if
water is needed , the controller opens the inlet
water solenoid valve to fill the reservoir. The hot
gas valve is open to equalize the system. When the
reservoir is full, the compressor, fan motor, water
pump are switched on. After 5 seconds the hot gas
valve shuts and ice making begins.
Water is sprayed up into the inverted cup mold. As
the water is cooled and ice begins to form in the
cups, the temperature of the evaporator will fall.
The freeze cycle continues until the temperature of
the thermistor attached to the evaporator outlet
tube falls to about zero degrees F. At that point the
controller starts a freeze cycle timer, whose default
time is 10 minutes. At the end of the freeze cycle's
timed portion the controller switches to the harvest
cycle.
The harvest cycle begins with the controller
stopping the water pump and fan motor. At the
same time it opens the hot gas valve and the inlet
water solenoid valve. The ice is released by the
combination of discharge refrigerant gas entering
the evaporator serpentine and warming up the
copper, plus the inlet water that flows to the
evaporator, floods across the plastic platen to
warm it up and be pre-chilled for the next cycle. Ice
cubes drop individually and harvest continues until
the thermistor attached to the suction line warms
up to about 50 degrees F. At that point a harvest
timer starts, whose default time is 20 seconds. At
the end of that time the harvest cycle ends and the
freeze cycle restarts.
Bin control.
The machine's on and off modes are regulated by a
bin thermostat. The cap tube for the bin thermostat
is in the tube that holds the scoop. The machine
will only begin ice making when the thermostat's
contacts close. If the contacts re-open before the
temperature of the evaporator drops below a preset
point, the machine will stop. If the temperature is
below that point when the contact s open, the
machine will continue through a complete cycle
and stop at the end of the harvest cycle.
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Water System
The controller uses a Water Sensor to check for
the presence of water in the reservoir and to
measure the conductivity of the water.
Evaporator
The water sensor consists of two stainless steel
probes located in a holder next to the water pump.
The probes sense the conductivity of the water.
The higher the mineral content of the water, the
better it can conduct electricity. The control system
is capable of sensing water as clean as 10
microSiemens/cm.
If the controller cannot sense water and the bin
thermostat is closed the controller will power the
inlet water solenoid valve to fill the reservoir. The
water fill is timed. There is a maximum amount of
time allowed from the time the controller turned on
the inlet water valve until the water sensor signals
to the controller. That time is 2 minutes. If water is
not sensed within 2 minutes, the controller will not
proceed with an ice making cycle. Instead it will
blink the Water light and try filling the reservoir in
20 minutes.
Pump
Reservoir
Drain
Freeze Cycle Water Schematic
Reservoir water dilution
The process of making ice from circulating water
causes the pure water to freeze first, because it
freezes at the warmest temperature. The remaining
water will develop an increasing concentration of
minerals. If that mineral concentration were
allowed to continue, eventually the ice machine
would become coated with mineral scale.
To combat the mineral build up, the reservoir water
is diluted with fresh water every cycle. The
controller adds enough water to fill the reservoir
and extra water to overfill it. The extra water drains
out through the standpipe in the reservoir.
The controller keeps the inlet water solenoid valve
open until the evaporator temperature set point is
reached, plus some extra time. The extra time is
either pre-set or automatically determined by the
controller.
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Standpipe
Inlet Water Solenoid Valve
Harvest Cycle Water Schematic
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Components
Model and
Serial Tag
Location
Scoop and Thermostat Bracket
Control Panel, Bin Light and Curtain
Evaporator Platen
Evaporator and Controller
Inlet Water Solenoid Valve
Condenser and Bin Thermostat
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Controller
High
Voltage
Connector
Evaporator
Thermistor
Bin
Thermostat
Comp
Water Sensor
Water
Bin Light
Hot Gas
Fan
Power
Power Supply
Connector
Control Panel
Ribbon
The controller is located at the front of the unit,
under the top panel.
Control Safeties:
It is powered by a 12 volt transformer. It has 5
indicator lights:
• Compressor - Light is ON if compressor is
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Water - Light is ON if inlet water solenoid
valve is powered
Hot Gas - Light is ON when Hot Gas Valve is
powered
Fan - Light is ON when Fan motor is
powered
Power - Light is ON when power is
connected to controller
No Water. If the Water Sensor cannot detect
water, and the inlet water solenoid valve has been
on for the maximum fill time, the controller will stop
all action and wait 20 minutes to re-try water fill.
During this time the Check Water light on the
control panel will be blinking,
Maximum Freeze Time. If the freeze cycle should
extend to 60 minutes, the controller will
automatically put the machine into a Harvest cycle.
Maximum Harvest Time. 6 minutes
Time between restarts. After the machine has
operated and then turned off, the controller will not
restart the machine for four minutes.
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Performance Information
Freeze Cycle, Minutes
Water
Temperature
100
90
80
70
60
50
100
37-38
36-37
34-35
32-33
31-32
29-30
90
36-37
35-36
33-34
31-32
30-31
28-29
80
36-35
32-33
30-31
28-29
27-28
26-27
70
32-33
28-29
27-28
25-26
23-24
22-23
60
27-28
25-26
24-25
22-23
20-21
19-20
50
20-21
19-20
18-19
17-18
16-17
15-16
40
18-19
17-18
16-17
15-16
15-16
15-16
Harvest Cycle, Seconds
Water
Temperature
Air Temperature
100
90
80
70
60
50
80 -100
55-60
60-70
70-80
80-90
90-100
110-115
70 - 80
65-75
70-80
75-85
85-95
95-105
115-120
50 - 70
70-80
75-85
85-95
125-135
140-150
160-170
40 - 50
100-120
115-125
130-140
150-170
180-200
210-230
Total Cycle, Minutes
Water
Temperature
Air Temperature
Air Temperature
100
90
80
70
60
50
100
38-39
37-38
36-37
34-35
33-34
31-32
90
38-39
36-37
35-36
33-34
32-33
30-31
80
37-38
33-34
31-32
30-31
29-30
27-28
70
33-34
29-31
28-29
26-27
25-26
24-25
60
29-30
27-28
25-26
24-25
22-23
21-22
50
21-22
20-21
19-20
19-20
19
18-19
40
20-21
19-20
19
18-19
19
19-21
Ice per cycle: 1 lb
Water drained / cycle: Varies by harvest cycle
length and purge setting. Typical amounts are @
70/50 = 52 oz. @ 90/70 = 13 oz
Compressor amps: 2.6 - 3.2
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Refrigeration System
Suction Pressure
70
60
50
PSIG
40
30
20
10
0
-10
Time
Discharge Pressure
150
140
130
120
PSIG
110
100
90
80
70
60
50
Time
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Thermistor Values
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52065
50529
49043
47607
46217
44872
43571
42313
41094
39915
38774
37669
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35564
34561
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29171
28368
27589
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3452
3381
3311
3243
3176
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2924
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Service Diagnosis
No Ice
Problem
Likely Cause
Probable Solution
No power to unit
Power disconnected
Check breaker or fuse. Reset or
replace, restart and check
No power to controller
Transformer open
Replace transformer
Shut down on maximum
water fill time - water light
flashing
Water shut off
Restore water supply
Water leak
Check curtain, sump
Dirty condenser
Clean condenser
Restricted location, intake air too
hot or blocked
Eliminate restriction, have machine
moved
Evaporator thermistor not sensing
properly
Check thermistor
Spray jets dirty
Remove spray platform and clean
spray jets
Inlet water valve leaks through
during freeze
Check inlet water valve
Low on refrigerant
Check cube formation,
Connected to hot water
Check for bleed thru from / missing
check valve in building water
supply
Spray pump not pumping
Check pump motor
Fan motor not turning
Check fan motor, check fan blade,
check controller for voltage output
Pump hose disconnected
Check hose
Very low on refrigerant
Add access valve, add refrigerant
as a test. If unit makes ice, find and
correct leak.
Very long freeze cycle
Cannot make ice
Compressor not operating
Check compressor start
components, check PTCR
resistance and temperature
Check compressor voltage
Check compressor windings
Hot gas valve leaks through during
freeze
Check hot gas valve for hot outlet
during freeze
Compressor inefficient
Check compressor amp draw, if
low and all else is correct, change
compressor
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Service Diagnosis
Makes excessive noise
Problem
Likely Cause
Probable Solution
Blade is bent
Replace fan blade
Fan motor mount is broken
Replace motor mount
Compressor vibrates
Mounting loose
Check mounting
Water pump vibrates
Pump bearings worn
Replace pump
Panels vibrate
Mounting screws loose
Tighten screws
Problem
Likely Cause
Probable Solution
Ice wrong size
Environment changed
Adjust cube size
Hot gas valve does not open
Check voltage to coil when unit is
in harvest, check controller
indicator light.
Water temperature very low
Adjust harvest time
Fan motor does not stop
Check voltage, replace controller
Problem
Likely Cause
Probable Solution
Spray pattern poor
Spray jets dirty
Clean jets
Runs out of water
Water leaking from reservoir
Correct leak
High TDS water supply
Groundwater supply
Treat water
Problem
Likely Cause
Probable Solution
Restricted drain
Gravity drain hose has air block
Check for kinks or traps
Pooled water in bin
Pump model switch not starting
pump
Check / replace switch
Fan blade vibrates
Makes ice, does not harvest
Little heat to evaporator
Makes poor quality ice
Makes ice, but melts rapidly
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SCCG50 & SCCP50
Service Manual
Removal and Repair
Bin Thermostat
9. Reverse to reassemble.
1. Disconnect electrical power.
Curtain
1. Shut unit off.
2. Loosen both thumbscrews holding curtain
bracket to freezing chamber.
Electrical Shock
Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power before
beginning removal
3. Pull out and remove curtain with bracket from ice
machine.
2. Remove service panel.
4. Reverse to reassemble.
3. Remove back panel.
Spray Platform
Note: If unit is built in it must be pulled out to
change the bin thermostat.
1. Remove curtain.
2. Lift spray platform up until it disconnects from its
fitting.
4. Pull cap tube out from the back of the ice
storage bin and cap tube holder.
3. Pull forward and remove from the ice machine.
5. Remove two screws and the bin thermostat
contact section from its mounting bracket.
4. Reverse to reassemble.
6. Disconnect two wires from the bin thermostat
contact section and remove the thermostat from
the ice machine.
Water Pump
1. Remove spray platform
2. Remove back panel.
7. Reverse to reinstall.
Note: If unit is built in it must be pulled out to
change the water pump.
Inlet Water Solenoid Valve
1. Disconnect electrical power.
2. Remove service panel.
3. Disconnect power and ground wires from pump
motor.
3. Shut water supply OFF.
4. Rotate pump body CW and lift up to remove it.
4. Disconnect inlet water supply tube from inlet
water solenoid valve.
5. Reverse to reassemble.
5. Unplug wire harness from valve coil.
6. Remove two screws holding valve to chassis.
7. Squeeze hose clamp larger and push away from
solenoid valve outlet.
8. Pull hose from outlet of valve.
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SCCG50 & SCCP50
Service Manual
Removal and Repair
5. Remove screws holding transformer to controller
box and pull transformer up and out of the ice
machine.
Evaporator Thermistor
Note: If unit is built in it must be pulled out to
change the evaporator thermistor.
6. Reverse to reassemble.
Controller
Note: If unit is built in it must be pulled out to
change the controller.
Electrical Shock
Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power before
beginning removal
1. Disconnect electrical power.
2. Remove top panel
1. Shut machine off. If unit was making ice,
manually harvest the ice.
3. Remove controller box cover.
2. Disconnect electrical power.
4. Unplug all connections.
3. Remove top panel.
5. Remove screws holding controller to housing,
and lift controller from unit.
4. Remove cover from controller box.
5. Disconnect thermistor wire from controller.
6. Locate thermistor sensor, it is attached to the
suction line, just above the accumulator and is
covered with insulation tape. Remove the
insulation.
Note: To avoid damaging the controller, touch the
metal chassis of the unit prior to touching the
replacement controller.
6. Reverse to reassemble.
Control Panel
7. Disconnect sensor bulb from suction line (it's
held on with a metal clip).
1. Disconnect electrical power.
8. Remove thermistor from ice machine.
2. Remove top panel
9. Reverse to reassemble. It is very important that
the bulb be re-insulated.
3. Remove controller box cover.
Transformer
Note: If unit is built in it must be pulled out to
change the transformer.
1. Disconnect electrical power.
2. Remove top panel.
4. Unplug ribbon cable connection.
5. Push control panel away from the front of the
machine. Begin at the ribbon cable attachment
point.
Note: Control panel is held on by adhesive and the
adhesive is thinnest at the cable point.
3. Remove controller cover.
6. Separate control panel from controller box and
remove from the ice machine.
4. Unplug leads from transformer.
7. Reverse to reassemble.
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SCCG50 & SCCP50
Service Manual
Removal and Repair - Cabinet Removal
Certain components require the removal of the
cabinet for repair access.
12. Remove curtain & hanger.
1. If the machine is in a freeze mode, perform a
manual harvest.
2. Remove all ice.
3. Drain reservoir.
4. Remove service panel and kick plate.
5. Remove back panel.
13. Locate elbows where water flows onto the
evaporator platen.
6. Disconnect electrical power.
Clip
Electrical Shock
Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power before
beginning removal
Inlet
Elbow
7. Disconnect water and drain tubing.
8. Remove door.
14. Pull clip up. Push inner elbow back and rotate it
until it points straight up, then push it back through
the hole in the back of the freezing compartment.
9. Remove top panel.
10. Remove controller box cover.
11. Disconnect thermistor from controller, pull wire
back to suction line.
Thermistor
Connector
Inlet
Elbow
Inner
Elbow
15. Pull water inlet elbow out of inner elbow.
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SCCG50 & SCCP50
Service Manual
23. Lift bin assembly off the base.
18. Remove two screws holding freezing
compartment brace to cabinet, lift brace up.
Note: Prop evaporator assembly up. A 3' length of
3/4" PVC tubing with one end inserted into the cup
mold and the other against the base will hold it up.
Brace
The hot gas valve, fan motor, condenser and
compressor are now exposed for service.
19. Lift evaporator platen up and tilt back enough
for bin assembly to clear the base.
Air Baffle
20. Remove air baffle.
21. Unplug 7 wire harness connector (at back of
bin).
22. Remove 1 screw at each corner of the base.
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Chassis Shown in Front of Bin Assembly
SCCG50 & SCCP50
Service Manual
Refrigeration Service
This ice machine use R-134a type refrigerant.
There are specific rules for handling that
refrigerant.
To check for system pressures, add a field supplied
clamp-on type service valve as a temporary means
of system access. After diagnosis and before final
repair, replace the clamp-on type valve with valves
that are brazed onto the process tubes of the
system.
Use a low flow of dry nitrogen when brazing on the
system.
Install a new filter drier when replacing a
refrigeration component or after a refrigerant leak
repair.
Evacuate the system to at least 300 microns and
use a micron gauge to measure the evacuation
level.
Weigh in the nameplate charge. The machine is
critically charged and a partial ounce mis-charge
will affect performance.
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SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
This is the illustrated parts list for the SCCG50 and
the SCCP50 Residential Ice Machines
When ordering a service part, always refer to the
complete model number of the equipment being
repaired to be sure of obtaining the correct part.
Many times there are slight differences between
models, and having the complete model number
will aide in selecting the correct part.
Table of Contents
Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2
Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3
Reservoir and Spray Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4
Refrigeration
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5
Under Bin Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6
Control System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7
Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9
June 2008
Page 1
SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Door
19
9
10
16
18
17
11
1
14
2
4
13
5
5
15
3
5
11
2
7
5
6
13
8
4
12
Items 17 and 18 included with item 19, package
shipped loose in bin.
Item
Part
Number Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
KDFW
KDFWS
KDFB
kDFBS
KDFS
02-4433-01
02-4430-42
02-4430-52
02-4430-01
02-4433-02
03-1531-01
03-3811-01
Description
Door panel kits. Kits include
items 1 thru 8.
White panel, white handle
White panel, SS handle
Black panel, black handle
Black panel, SS handle
SS panel, SS handle
Corner block, RH
Handle, white
Handle, black
Handle, SS
Corner block, LH
Screw
Screw
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
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03-1410-07 Lockwasher
A39390-001 Support bracket
13-0949-01 Door gasket
03-1404-40 Screw
03-3818-01 Screw - hinge to cabinet
02-3866-04 Hinge - top right/bottom left
03-1404-24 Screw - hinge to door
02-3866-03 Hinge
03-1403-67 Screw
A39513-001 Door assembly, does not
include door panel or hinges
02-4429-01 Hinge opening cover
02-1875-07 Hole plug for item 17
02-4474-01 Hinge package
SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Cabinet
16
1
15
14
1
13
12
11
2
20, 21
4
1
10
1
19
1
1
9
1
1
17
5
8
1
3
10
11
18
6
12
13
14
15
16
7
Item
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part
Number
03-1531-01
A39363-001
A39389-001
12-1213-11
A39392-001
02-4390-01
03-1403-86
02-4441-01
A39381-001
A39381-002
A39381-003
Description
Screw
Back panel
Utility routing bracket
Snap bushing
Srv panel mntg bracket
Kickplate
Screw
Panel handle
Service panel, white
Service panel, black
Service panel, SS
17
18
19
20
21
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02-4392-01
A39364-001
A39364-002
A39364-003
A39364-004
A39364-005
A39364-006
03-3836-03
02-4438-01
02-4438-02
02-4426-01
A39362-001
A39362-002
A39362-003
03-1403-86
no number
A39385-001
A39385-002
A39385-003
A39385-004
A39385-005
A39385-006
A39379-001
02-4391-03
Bin edging
Top hinge brkt, RH white
Top hinge brkt, RH black
Top hinge brkt, RH SS
Top hinge brkt, LH white
Top hinge brkt, LH white
Top hinge brkt, LH SS
Screw
Gasket
Gasket strip
Insulation pad
Top panel, white
Top panel, black
Top panel, SS
Screw
Cabinet & bin assembly
Btm hinge brkt, right white
Btm hinge brkt, right black
Btm hinge brkt, right SS
Btm hinge brkt, left white
Btm hinge brkt, left black
Btm hinge brkt, left SS
Bin stat bracket/scoop hldr
Scoop
SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Reservoir and Spray Pump
4
1
20, 21
3
2
15
17
16
18
14
5
Rotate item 5 90
degrees & lift to
remove.
6
19
7
8
13
12
11
9
10
Item
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Part
Number
12-2986-21
02-4379-01
A39030-023
02-4371-02
02-4368-01
13-0617-11
02-4365-01
03-3892-01
A39357-001
02-4383-01
02-4369-01
02-4428-01
02-4375-01
Description
Water pump
Pump discharge hose
Water probe
Spray platform
Water Tee
O-ring
Front bracket
Thumb screw
Curtain
Clamp
Drain cap
Drain tube
Evap bracket, left
14
02-4375-02 Evap bracket, right
15
02-4475-01 Grommet
16
02-4381-03 Clip
17
13-0617-04 O-ring
18
02-4381-01 Barbed fitting
19
02-4381-02 Spout
20
02-4373-01 O-ring
21
02-4370-21 Spray nozzle, kit. Set of 3
nozzles, o-rings, screws and nuts.
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SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Refrigeration
2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
Item
Part
Number Number
Description
1
A39384-001 Suction line accumulator assy
2
11-0577-01 Thermistor
3
02-4376-01 Evaporator
4
18-8939-21 Compressor
Compressor includes overload, relay and drier
4a
18-8939-51 Overload
4b
18-8939-52 Relay
5
03-3821-01 Clip
6
03-1407-08 Washer
7
18-4700-28 Grommet
8
18-8940-01 Condenser
9
02-4416-01 Drier
10
11-0562-21 Hot gas valve
10a
11-0562-22 HGV coil
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SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Under Bin Parts
GRAVITY DRAIN
MODELS ONLY
14
15
6
16
7
4
8
3
17
19
20 21
9
2
1
22
2
13
10
11
5
2
23
24
30
28
29
23
27
25
12
18
26
DRAIN PUMP
MODELS ONLY
Item
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12a
13
Part
Number
12-2990-01
03-1531-01
12-2396-02
18-8941-01
A39424-001
A39359-001
13-0909-01
02-4450-01
11-0578-01
A39379-001
03-1403-16
03-1608-01
02-4415-01
02-1875-18
Description
Inlet water sol valve
Screw
Fan motor
Fan blade
Fan motor bracket
Fan shroud
Gasket, order 1 & cut to fit
Air baffle
Thermostat
Thermostat bracket
Screw
Leg leveler
Leg cap
Hole plug
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
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02-2814-13
02-4412-01
02-2814-08
16-0671-01
A39462-021
A37334-001
02-0534-02
02-3522-01
02-3374-01
02-2814-13
02-4413-01
02-3406-01
05-0591-01
A39370-001
11-0504-01
03-3904-01
12-2503-21
Hose clamp
Drain hose
Hose clamp
Elbow
Pump kit
Discharge hose
Hose clamp
Elbow
Check valve
Hose clamp
Drain tube
Barbed connector
Switch hose
Switch bracket
Pressure switch
Spring
Pump & motor only
SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Control System
1
9
8
7
2
6
5
3
4
Item
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part
Number
03-3836-03
12-2924-01
12-2980-01
02-4380-01
11-0574-01
12-2980-03
11-0573-21
03-1531-01
02-4386-01
Description
Screw
Transformer
Bulb
Light cover
Switch panel
Bin light sensor
Controller
Screw
Cover
Not Shown:
NS1
12-2980-02
NS2
12-3003-01
NS3
12-3000-02
NS4
12-3000-01
NS5
12-2992-01
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Bin light harness & socket
Bin stat harness
Hi voltage harness, lower
Hi voltage harness, upper
Water sensor harness
SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Schematic Diagram
IF DRAIN PUMP
IS INSTALLED
N
L1
DRAIN PUMP
PRESSURE
SWITCH
DRAIN
PUMP
SAFETY
PRESSURE
SWITCH
TRANSFORMER
FAN
MOTOR
LINE
12V
WATER
PUMP
BIN
LIGHT
SWITCH
WATER
SOLENOID
BIN
LIGHT
HOT GAS
SOLENOID
COMPRESSOR
ELECTRONIC CONTROL
WATER
CONDUCTIVITY
SENSOR
BIN
LEVEL
CONTROL
SUCTION
TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR
SWITCHES ON THIS UNIT
SHOWN IN FREEZE CYCLE
WITH DRAIN PUMP IN OPERATION
AND BIN DOOR CLOSED
June 2008
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SCCG50 & SCCP50 Service Parts
Wiring Diagram
IF DRAIN PUMP
IS INSTALLED
COMM
NC
R
POWER IN
NO
BK
SAFETY
PRESSURE
SWITCH
BK
GN/Y
W
W
PUMP
MOTOR
BU
BK
V
W
W
NC
W
COMM
NO
O
LOAD
R
W
FAN
MOTOR
PUMP
PRESSURE
SWITCH
LINE
BK
BIN LIGHT
SWITCH
TRANSFORMER
BK
WATER
CONDUCTIVITY
SENSOR
BN
W
BIN
LIGHT
R
R
W
2 1
J5
OFF
ON
Y
Y
BIN
LEVEL
CONTROL
DRAIN
PUMP
MOTOR
3
1 2
J2
6
5
2 1
J7
GN/Y
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
1 2
J9
SUCTION
TEMP.
SENSOR
J4
4 3
2
1
3
J1
2 1
GN/Y
WATER
R/W
GN/Y
SOLENOID
EARTH GROUND
R
HOT GAS
W
SOLENOID
1
S
RELAY - CURRENT
M
BK/W
1
3
OVERLOAD
June 2008
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COMPRESSOR
SCOTSMAN ICE SYSTEMS
775 Corporate Woods Parkway, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
800-533-6006
www.scotsman-ice.com
17-3264-01
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