5 Gallon Element Hot Water Dispenser Features

5 Gallon Element Hot Water Dispenser Features
Item#
5 Gallon Element
Hot Water Dispenser
Project
Date
Features
Providing accuracy, adjustability, energy efficiency and styling to our
quality line of hot water equipment
• Digital thermostat provides consistent and accurate temperatures of
60º-212ºF (15.6º-100ºC).
• New contemporary, space-saving design.
• LED display provides simple temperature adjustment.
• Programmable “Energy Saver Mode” reduces operating cost during idle periods.
• Thinsulate® tank insulation provides increased energy efficiency.
• The perfect tool for added control over quality coffee and tea.
H5E/H5X Element
Dimensions: 28.5”H x 7.4”W x 17.6”D
(72.4cm H x 18.8cm W x 44.7cm D)
For current specification sheets and other information, go to www.bunn.com.
Related Products
1. Wall Mount Bracket (side)
Product No. : 12542.0005
Dimensions: 30" H x 131⁄2" W x 41⁄2" D
76.2 cm H x 34.29 cm W x 11.43 cm D
Retaining Bracket (side) only
Product No. : 12549.1001
Easy Clear® EQHP-10
Product No. : 39000.0004
1.
2.
Easy Clear EQHP-10L
Product No. : 39000.0001
®
2. Wall Mount Bracket (front)
Product No. : 13125.0003
Dimensions: 301⁄2" H x 81⁄2" W x 151⁄4" D
77.47 cm H x 21.59 cm W x 38.74 cm D
Retaining Bracket (front) only
Product No. : 13127.1001
3.
4.
3. Container Holding Shelf
Product No. : 12599.0000
Dimensions: 63⁄4" W x 21" D
17.15 cm W x 53.34 cm D
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Model
H5E Element
H5X Element
Agency Listing
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LISTED
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LISTED
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Dimensions & Specifications
Model
Product #
H5E Element SST
43600.0000
43600.0001
43600.0025
H5X Element SST
43600.0002
43600.0003
43600.0026
Volts Amps Total
Watts
˚F
Settings
Gal./Hr.
Gal./Hr.
cold water
input 35˚F
(1.6˚C)
hot water
input 140˚F
(60˚C)
Cu.
Ft.
Shipping Cord
Weight Attached
208
240
120
19.5
16.9
15.4
4050
4050
1850
200 Varies with application
200 Varies with application
200 Varies with application
4.1 ft3
4.1 ft3
4.1 ft3
32 lbs.
32 lbs.
32 lbs.
No No No
208
240
120
19.5
16.9
15.4
4050
4050
1850
212
212
212
4.1 ft3
4.1 ft3
4.1 ft3
32 lbs.
32 lbs.
32 lbs.
No No
No
200 Varies with application
4.1 ft3
32 lbs.
No 212
4.1 ft3
32 lbs.
No H5E-40-208 Element Specifications: 208 19.5 4000
H5E Element Red
43600.0004
H5E Element Copper 43600.0005
H5E Element Black
43600.0006
H5E Element White
43600.0007
H5X-40-208 Element Specifications: 208 19.5 4000
H5X Element Red
43600.0008
H5X Element Copper 43600.0009
H5X Element Black
43600.0010
H5X Element White
43600.0011
7.3
7.3
3.7
7.3
14.7
14.7
8.1
14.7
7.4 ground service, 208V,240V or 120V single-phase,
Electrical: All models require 2-wires plus
60Hz. Strain relief on rear side
7.1
of machine.
Plumbing: 20-90 psi (138-621 kPa). Machine supplied with 1⁄4” OD male flare fitting.
14.0
28.5
17.1
9.9
10.5
12.8
17.6
.6
2.2
1.4
5.8
Bunn-O-Matic Corporation - 1400 Stevenson Drive Springfield, Illinois 62703 • 800-637-8606 • 217-529-6601 • Fax 217-529-6644 • www.bunn.com
®
BUNN® practices continuous product research and improvement. We reserve the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such
revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
All dimensions shown in inches.
3/13 © Bunn-O-Matic Corporation
H5E
H5X
OPERATING & SERVICE MANUAL
BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION
POST OFFICE BOX 3227
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS 62708-3227
PHONE: (217) 529-6601 FAX: (217) 529-6644
To ensure you have the latest revision of the manual or to obtain the illustrated parts catalog, please visit the Bunn-O-Matic
website, at www.bunn.com. This is absolutely FREE, and the quickest way to obtain the latest catalog and manual updates.
Contact Bunn-O-Matic Corporation at 1-800-286-6070 to obtain a paper copy of the required Illustrated Parts Catalog mailed
via U.S. Postal Service.
10420.0000M
02/08 © 1989 BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION
www.bunnomatic.com
BUNN-O-MATIC COMMERCIAL PRODUCT WARRANTY
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1) All equipment other than as specified below: 2 years parts and 1 year labor.
2) Electronic circuit and/or control boards: parts and labor for 3 years.
3) Compressors on refrigeration equipment: 5 years parts and 1 year labor.
4) Grinding burrs on coffee grinding equipment to grind coffee to meet original factory screen sieve analysis:
parts and labor for 3 years or 30,000 pounds of coffee, whichever comes first.
These warranty periods run from the date of installation BUNN warrants that the equipment manufactured by
it will be commercially free of defects in material and workmanship existing at the time of manufacture and
appearing within the applicable warranty period. This warranty does not apply to any equipment, component or
part that was not manufactured by BUNN or that, in BUNN’s judgment, has been affected by misuse, neglect,
alteration, improper installation or operation, improper maintenance or repair, damage or casualty. This warranty is
conditioned on the Buyer 1) giving BUNN prompt notice of any claim to be made under this warranty by telephone
at (217) 529-6601 or by writing to Post Office Box 3227, Springfield, Illinois 62708-3227; 2) if requested by
BUNN, shipping the defective equipment prepaid to an authorized BUNN service location; and 3) receiving prior
authorization from BUNN that the defective equipment is under warranty.
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CONTENTS
Introduction...................................................2
Warranty........................................................2
User Notices..................................................3
Electrical Requirements.................................4
Plumbing Requirements................................4
Initial Set-Up..................................................5
Draining the Dispenser...................................5
Cleaning.........................................................5
Troubleshooting.............................................6
Service...........................................................9
Wiring Schematics.......................................20
INTRODUCTION
This equipment heats and dispenses water on demand for beverages and cooking purposes. It has a panel
above the faucet that indicates the status of the dispenser. This equipment is for indoor use, either wall-mounted
or on a sturdy counter or shelf.
USER NOTICES
The notices on this dispenser should be kept in good condition. Replace unreadable or damaged labels.
! WARNING
Fill water tank before turning - on thermostat or connecting appliance
to power source.
Use only on a properly protected
circuit capable of the rated load.
Electrically ground the chassis.
Follow national/local electrical codes.
Do not use near combustibles.
FAILURE TO COMPLY RISKS EQUIPMENT
DAMAGE, FIRE, OR SHOCK HAZARD
12593.0000
READ THE ENTIRE OPERATING MANUAL
BEFORE BUYING OR USING THIS PRODUCT
THIS APPLIANCE IS HEATED WHENEVER
CONNECTED TO A POWER SOURCE
00824.0001
00831.0000F 3/98 ©1998 BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION
00831.0000
This equipment must be installed to comply
with the International Plumbing Code of the
International Code Council and the Food
Code Manual of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For models installed outside
the U.S.A., comply with the applicable
Plumbing /Sanitation Code.
00656.0000
37881.0000
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
CAUTION - The dispenser must be disconnected from the power source until specified in Initial Set-Up.
This dispenser requires 2-wire, grounded service rated 120, 208, or 240 volts ac, 20 amp, single phase.
(Refer to the dispenser’s dataplate for exact voltage requirement.)
Electrical Hook-Up
CAUTION – Improper electrical installation will damage electronic components.
1. An electrician must provide electrical service as specified.
2. Using a voltmeter, check the voltage and color coding of each conductor at
the electrical source.
3. Remove the upper and lower rear panels. Place the tank heater switch on the
electronic control assembly in the “OFF” position.
4. Install a strain relief and the proper electrical wiring to the terminal block.
5. Connect the dispenser to the power source and verify the voltage at the terminal
block before proceeding. Reinstall both rear panels.
6. If plumbing is to be hooked-up later be sure the dispenser is disconnected
from the power source. If Plumbing has been hooked-up, the dispenser is
ready for Initial Set-Up.
L2 RED
230V A.C.
L1 BLACK
CE REQUIREMENTS
• This appliance must be installed in locations where it can be overseen by trained personnel.
• For proper operation, this appliance must be installed where the temperature is between 0°C to 35°C.
• Appliance shall not be tilted more than 10° for safe operation.
• An electrician must provide electrical service as specified in conformance with all local and national codes
• This appliance must not be cleaned by water jet.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given instructions concerning use of this appliance by a person responsible for its safety.
• If the power cord is ever damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or authorized service personel with
a special cord available from the manufacturer or its authorized service personel in order to avoid a hazard.
PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
This dispenser must be connected to a cold water system with operating pressure between 20 and 90 psi
(138 and 620 kPa)from a ⁄2” or larger supply line. A shut-off valve should be installed in the line before the dispenser. Install a regulator in the line when pressure is greater than 90 psi (620 kPa) to reduce it to 50 psi (345
kPa). The water inlet fitting is ⁄4” flare.
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NOTE - Bunn-O-Matic recommends ⁄4” tubing for installations of less than 25 feet and ⁄8” for more than 25 feet
from the ⁄2” water supply line. At least 18 inches of an FDA approved flexible beverage tubing, such as reinforced
braided polyethylene or silicone, before the dispenser will facilitate movement to clean the countertop. BunnO-Matic does not recommend the use of a saddle valve to install the dispenser. The size and shape of the hole
made in the supply line by this type of device may restrict water flow.
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This equipment must be installed to comply with the International Plumbing Code of the International
Code Council and the Food Code Manual of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For models installed
outside the U.S.A., you must comply with the applicable Plumbing/Sanitation Code for your area.
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Plumbing Hook-Up
1. Flush the water line and securely attach it to the flare fitting on the
rear of the dispenser.
2. Turn-on the water supply.
INITIAL SET-UP
CAUTION - The dispenser must be disconnected from the power source
throughout the initial set-up, except when specified in the instructions.
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the “OFF” position and replace the panel.
2. Connect the dispenser to the power source and turn-on the water
supply.
3. Water will automatically flow into the tank to the proper level and
shut-off. This will take approximately 10 minutes.
4. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source, remove the upper
rear panel and place the tank heater switch in the “ON” position,
and replace the panel.
5. Connect the dispenser to the power source and wait approximately
twenty minutes for the water in the tank to heat.
6. On models with ready indicator, the indicator will glow when the
proper water temperature for use is achieved.
NOTE - Discontinue dispensing if the indicator LED turns off. Dispense
only when the indicator LED glows.
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DRAINING THE DISPENSER
CAUTION - The dispenser must be disconnected from the power source throughout these steps.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
Shut-off and disconnect the incoming water supply
Remove the 4-40 screws at the sides of the top panel.
Gently remove one of the grommets from the tank lid.
Insert a tube to the bottom of the tank and syphon ALL of the water out. Bunn-O-Matic has a syphon assembly
available (#12440.0000) for this purpose.
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NOTE - The dispenser must be full using the INITIAL SET-UP steps before reconnecting to the power source.
CLEANING
The use of a damp cloth rinsed in any mild, non-abrasive, liquid detergent is recommended for cleaning all
surfaces on Bunn-O-Matic equipment.
WALL MOUNTED INSTALLATION
If the dispenser is wall mounted, the bottom of the dispenser should be at the same height as a counter or
table top. Use B.O.M. part #12542.0000 for side mounted Wall Bracket Kit or # 13125.0001 for front mounted
Wall Bracket Kit .
SUPPORT FOR LARGE RECEPTACLES
CAUTION: If the dispenser is to be used with larger receptacles such as pitchers or pots, those receptacles must
be adequately supported during dispensing of hot water to avoid spillage of very hot water. This support may be
provided by a table or counter top, or use B.O.M. part #12599.0000 Shelf Kit
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TROUBLESHOOTING
A troubleshooting guide is provided to suggest probable causes and remedies for the most likely problems
encountered. If the problem remains after exhausting the troubleshooting steps, contact the Bunn-O-Matic
Technical Service Department.
• Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should be performed only by qualified service personnel.
• All electronic components have 120 – 240 volt ac and low voltage dc potential on their terminals. Shorting
of terminals or the application of external voltages may result in board failure.
• Intermittent operation of electronic circuit boards is unlikely. Board failure will normally be permanent. If
an intermittent condition is encountered, the cause will likely be a switch contact or a loose connection at a
terminal or crimp.
• Solenoid removal requires interrupting the water supply to the valve. Damage may result if solenoids are
energized for more than ten minutes without a supply of water.
• The use of two wrenches is recommended whenever plumbing fittings are tightened or loosened. This will
help to avoid twists and kinks in the tubing.
• Make certain that all plumbing connections are sealed and electrical connections tight and isolated.
• This dispenser is heated at all times. Keep away from combustibles.
WARNING
• Exercise extreme caution when servicing electrical equipment.
• Disconnect the dispenser from the power source when servicing, except when electrical tests are specified.
• Follow recommended service procedures
• Replace all protective shields or safety notices
Problem
Probable Cause
Remedy
Equipment will not operate.
1. No power or incorrect voltage
(A) Check the terminal block for the correct voltage. It should be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac across the black
and white terminals for 100 to 120 volt
models or,
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac across the red and
black terminals for 200 to 240 volt models
or,
c.) 230 volts ac across the red and black
terminals for 230 volt models.
(B) Check circuit breakers or fuses.
2. Safety overflow switch
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Refer to Service – safety overflow switch
for testing procedures. See page 17.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
Problem
Probable Cause
Remedy
Automatic refill will not operate after drawing hot water.
1. No water
Check plumbing and shut-off valves.
2. Water strainer/flow control
(A) Direction of flow arrow must be pointing towards dispenser.
(B) Remove the strainer/flow control and
check for obstructions. Clear or replace.
3. Safety overflow switch
Refer to Service – safety overflow switch
for testing procedures. See page 17.
4. Liquid level system
Refer to Service – electronic controls for
testing procedures. See page 10.
5. Solenoid valve
Refer to Service – solenoid valve for testing procedures. See page 18.
Water flows into the tank continuously (Dispenser disconnected from power source).
1. Solenoid valve
Refer to Service – solenoid valve for testing procedures. See page 18.
Water flows into the tank continuously (Dispenser connected to power source).
1. Liquid level system
Refer to Service – electronic controls for
testing procedures. See page 10.
Water is cold.
1. Tank heater switch
Tank heater switch must be in the “ON”
position.
2. Safety overflow switch
Refer to Service – safety overflow switch
for testing procedures. See page 17.
3. Limit thermostat
Refer to Service – limit thermostat for
testing procedures. See page 16.
CAUTION – Do not eliminate or bypass limit thermostat. Use only B.O.M. replacement part #23717.0003.
4. Tank heater
Refer to Service – tank heater for testing
procedures. See page 19.
5. Temperature control
Refer to Service – electronic controls for
testing procedures. See page 10.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
Problem
Probable Cause
Remedy
Water boils continuously.
1. Temperature control
Refer to Service – electronic controls for
testing procedures. See page 10.
2. Lime build-up
Inspect the tank assembliy for excess lime
deposits. Delime as required.
CAUTION – Tanks and tank components should be delimed reglarly depending on local water conditions. Excessive mineral build-up on stainless steel surfaces can initiate corrosive reactions resulting in serious leaks.
Dispenser is making unusual 1. Solenoid valve
noises.
The nut on top of the solenoid valve must
be tight or it will vibrate during operation.
2. Plumbing lines
Plumbing lines should not be resting on
the counter top.
3. Water supply
(A) The dispenser must be connected to a
cold water line.
(B) Water pressure to the dispenser must
not be higher than 90 psi (620 kPa). Install
a regulator if necessary to lower the working pressure to approximately 50 psi (345
kPa).
Ready indicator will not light. 1. Temperature control
(when temperature is within 4°
of its selected setting.)
2. Ready Indicator LED
Refer to Service – electronic controls for
testing procedures. See page 10.
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Replace the indicator LED.
SERVICE
This section provides procedures for testing and
replacing various major components used in this
dispenser should service become necessary. Refer
to Troubleshooting for assistance in determining the
cause of any problem.
Component Access
WARNING – Disconnect the dispenser from the power
source before the removal of any panel or the replacement of any component.
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The limit thermostat, liquid level probe, tank heater,
and temperature sensor are located at the top of the
dispenser. Access is gained by removing the top lid,
attached with three 4-40 slotted-head screws.
The triac assembly is located beneath the tank. Access
is gained by removing four feet and the bottom panel
attached with seven 8-32 slotted-head screws.
NOTE - Completely drain the tank before tipping the
dispenser.
WARNING – Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical
equipment should be performed only by qualified service
personnel. Disconnect the dispenser from the power
source when servicing, except when electrical tests are
required and the test procedure specifically states to
connect the dispenser to the power source.
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The check valve, electronic control assembly, safety
overflow switch, solenoid valve, overflow tube temperature sensor and terminal block are located at the rear of
the dispenser. Access is gained by removing the upper
and lower rear panels. The upper is attached with six
8-32 slotted-head screws. The lower is attached with
four 8-32 slotted-head screws. The middle panel must
not be removed from the dispenser.
Electronic Controls................................................10
Limit Thermostat...................................................16
Safety Overflow Switch.........................................17
Solenoid Valve......................................................18
Tank Heater...........................................................19
Electronic Control Assembly Troubleshooting:
Check these items first
• Is circuit board popped-out of bracket?
• Is circuit board wet due to misaligned overflow
tube?
• Is water in overflow cup activating float switch?
• Is overflow cup not making good contact with
tank?
• Is dispenser being operated with panels removed?
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SERVICE (cont.)
Electronic Controls
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FIG. 1 ELECTRONIC CONTROL
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FIG. 2 TRIAC
Location:
The electronic control assembly is located inside the rear of the dispenser. Access will also be needed to the
temperature sensor, overflow tube temperature sensor, and liquid level probe located on the tank lid and to the
triac assembly located beneath the tank.
General:
This system controls the liquid level and water
temperature of the dispenser. These two functions
act independently of each other and should be tested
separately.
Liquid Level Control Flow Charts
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SERVICE (cont.)
5. Check the voltage across terminals 1 & 4 of the electronic control assembly with a voltmeter. Connect
the dispenser to the power source. The indication
must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 voltmodels
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models
after a delay of approximately 5 seconds.
6. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
Electronic Controls (cont.)
Liquid Level Control Test Procedure
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Check the voltage across terminals 3 & 4 of the electronic control assembly with a voltmeter. Connect
the dispenser to the power source. The indication
must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models.
3. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source. If
voltage was present as described, proceed to #4. If
voltage was not present as described, refer to the
Wiring Diagrams and check the dispenser wiring
harness.
4. Remove the pink wire from terminal 5 of the electronic control assembly.
If voltage was present as described, the liquid level
control of the system is operating properly, proceed
to #7.
If voltage was not present as described, replace the
electronic control assembly and the temperature sensor in the tank lid.
NOTE - Each electronic control assembly is calibrated
to a temperature sensor. Both components MUST be
replaced as a set.
Temperature Control Flow Charts
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SERVICE (cont.)
Electronic Controls (cont.)
If voltage was present as described, reinstall the
probe, the sensing function of the system is operating
properly.
If voltage was not present as described, check the pink
probe wire and the green ground wire for continuity
and/or replace the probe.
7. Reconnect the pink wire to terminal 5 of the electronic control assembly.
8. Loosen the compression fitting, remove the probe
from the tank lid, and inspect it for mineral deposits. Replace it if necessary. Keep the exposed ends
of the probe away from any metal surface of the
dispenser.
9. Check the voltage across terminals 1 & 4 of the electronic control assembly with a voltmeter. Connect
the dispenser to the power source. The indication
must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models after a delay
of approximately 5 seconds.
10.Touch the screw head end of the probe to the dispenser housing. The indication must be 0.
11.Move the probe away from the dispenser housing.
The indication must again be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models
after a delay of approximately 5 seconds.
12.Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
Temperature Control Test Procedure
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Check the voltage across terminals 3 & 4 of the
electronic control circuit board with a voltmeter.
Connect the dispenser to the power source.The
indication must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models.
3. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
If voltage was present as described, proceed to #4.
If voltage was not present as described, refer to the Wiring Diagram and check the dispenser wiring harness.
4. Connect the dispenser to the power source and
place the tank heater switch in the “ON” position.
5. Observe the red indicator on the electronic control
circuit board.
6. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
Temperature Control Flow Charts (cont.)
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Electronic Controls (cont.)
If the indicator was on or blinking, the temperature sensor is operating properly, proceed to #7.
If the indicator was off, check the sensor connection
on the electronic control circuit board and/or replace
the temperature sensor and the electronic control assembly.
NOTE - Each temperature sensor is calibrated to an
electronic control assembly. Both components MUST
be replaced as a set.
7. Check the voltage across the tank heater terminals
with a voltmeter. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models, while the red
indicator on the circuit board is on or blinking.
8. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
If voltage was present as described, the temperature
control of the system is operating properly.
If voltage was not present as described, contact BunnO-Matic to order an electronic control assembly, temperature sensor, and triac assembly for evaluation and
proceed to #9.
9. Replace the electronic control assembly and temperature sensor.
NOTE - Each electronic control assembly is calibrated
to a temperature sensor. Both components MUST be
replaced as a set.
10.Check the voltage across the tank heater terminals
with a voltmeter. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models, while the red
indicator on the circuit board is on or blinking.
11.Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
If voltage was present as described, return the new triac
assembly to Bunn-O-Matic for credit. The temperature
control of the system is operating properly.
If voltage was not present as described, reinstall your
existing electronic control assembly and temperature
sensor, and proceed to #12.
12.Replace the triac assembly.
13.Check the voltage across the tank heater terminals
with a voltmeter. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models, while the red
indicator on the circuit board is on or blinking.
14.Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
If voltage was present as described, the temperature
control of the system is operating properly. Return the
new electronic control assembly and temperature sensor
to Bunn-O-Matic for credit.
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8. Reconnect the wires.
9. Review the initial set-up procedures.
Electronic Controls (cont.)
Electronic Controls Removal and Replacement
Triac Assembly Removal and Replacement
NOTE - Each electronic control assembly is calibrated to
a temperature sensor probe. Both components MUST
be replaced as a set.
NOTE - Each triac installation requires the use of an
approved silicone heat sink compound. Bunn-O-Matic
recommends the use of Dow Corning 340 compound
or equivalent. It can be purchased direct from BunnO-Matic (part # 12572.0002).
1. Remove all wires from the electronic control assembly terminals.
2. Remove the two 8-32 screws holding the electronic
control assembly to the component bracket.
3. Disconnect the temperature sensor, overflow tube
temperature sensor, and indicator wires from the
left side of the electronic control assembly board.
4. Remove the temperature sensor from the grommet
in the tank lid.
5. Install the new temperature sensor into the grommet on the tank lid. Route the wires to the location
of the new electronic control assembly.
6. Attach the temperature sensor, overflow tube
temperature sensor, and indicator wires to the
electronic control assembly.
7. Fasten the new electronic control assembly to its
bracket.
1. Place the tank heater switch on the electronic control assembly in the “OFF” position.
2. Completely drain the tank.
3. Carefully set the dispenser on its face (faucet
side).
4. Remove the four feet attached with four 8-32
phillips-head screws.
5. Remove the bottom panel and four feet attached
with seven 8-32 slotted-head screws.
6. Remove the existing triac assembly held in place
with a 10-32 hex keps nut.
7. Apply a small amount of the silicone heat sink
compound to the copper heat sink.
8. Securely fasten the new triac assembly to the bottom of the tank in the same relative position as the
one removed. Bunn-O-Matic recommends tightening the nut to a torque setting of approximately 18
inch-pounds.
9. Route the wires up around the rear of the dispenser.
10.Reinstall the bottom panel and four feet.
11.Stand the dispenser upright.
12.Disconnect the other ends of the old triac assembly
wires.
13.Connect the TAN and BLU wires with spade terminals of the new assembly to the electronic control
assembly, FIG. 3.
14.Connect the BLU wire with the ring terminal to the
tank heater, FIG. 13.
15.Connect the WHI/VIO wire of the new assembly to
the WHI or RED terminal at the terminal block.
BLU to Triac Assy
WHI/BRN to Tank Heater Switch
TAN to Triac Assy
PNK to Liquid Level Probe
WHI or RED to Terminal Block
BLK to Overflow Safety Switch
GRN or GRN/YEL to Chassis Ground
WHI/BLU to Solenoid
FIG. 3 WIRING CONNECTIONS
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WHI & WHI to
Temperature Sensor
PNK & GRY to
Heater Indicator
Refill Indicator
Power Indicator
Ready Indicator
GRY & GRY toThermistor
FIG. 4 WIRING CONNECTIONS
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4A.TO INCREASE THE TEMPERATURE
Turn the adjustment screw in a clockwise direction
with a small screwdriver. Allow the temperature
to stabilize as described in step 2 and repeat step
3. Continue until the desired water temperature is
achieved.
Electronic Controls (cont.)
Adjustments
The H5X dispenser holds the water temperature
at the threshhold of boiling. It is not adjustable by the
user.
The H5E dispenser is factory calibrated for the
temperature specified on the data plate. If adjustment
is required, use the following procedure:
4B.TO DECREASE THE TEMPERATURE
Turn the adjustment screw in a counterclockwise
direction with a small screwdriver. Draw a large
quantity of water at the faucet, allow the temperature to stabilize as described in step 2 and repeat
step 3. Continue until the desired water temperature is achieved.
1. Fill the dispenser according to the steps in the Initial
Set-up.
2. Place the tank heater switch in the “ON” position
and observe the glowing red indicator near the
right edge of the control board. The controller is
applying full power to the heater when the indicator
is on all the time. The indicator will begin to flash
as the temperature nears the set point. The set
temperature is reached when the indicator flashes
only very briefly. The water is hotter than the set
temperature when the indicator remains off.
NOTE - The entire adjustment span is approximately
25 complete revolutions. The potentiometer will cease
to adjust when turned too far in either direction. It is
not damaged, simply turn it back a few turns and try
again.
3. Take the temperature of the stream of water immediately below the faucet as it flows from the
dispenser with an accurate thermometer. Do not
take the temperature of water collected in a container.
FIG. 5 TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT SCREW
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Limit Thermostat
Location:
The limit thermostat is located on the tank lid.
To test the limit thermostat, access will also be needed
to the terminal block located at the rear of the dis-
If voltage was present as described, reconnect the black
wire and proceed to #5.
If voltage was not present as described, refer to the
Wiring Diagrams and check the dispenser wiring harness.
5. Check for continuity across the terminals of the
limit thermostat.
If continuity is not present as described, the circuit is
broken. Press the reset button of the limit thermostat
and recheck for continuity.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
limit thermostat.
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penser.
FIG. 6 LIMIT THERMOSTAT
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. There are two black wires on the limit thermostat
terminals. One comes from the terminal block. The
other goes directly to the tank heater terminal. Remove the black wire at the limit thermostat coming
from the terminal block.
3. Check the voltage across the black wire removed
from the limit thermostat and the white wire or red
wire of the terminal block with a voltmeter. Connect
the dispenser to the power source. The indication
must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models.
4. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
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Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove both wires from the limit thermostat terminals.
2. Remove the two #10-32 nuts attaching the limit
thermostat to the top of the tank.
3. Install the new limit thermostat and secure into
place with two #10-32 nuts.
4. Refer to FIG. 7 when reconnecting the wires.
BLK to Terminal Block
Reset
BLK to Tank Heater
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FIG. 7 LIMIT THERMOSTAT WIRING
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Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the black wires from the safety overflow
switch.
2. Remove the nut beneath the copper overflow
cup.
3. Remove the entire switch assembly from the cup.
4. Place the new switch assembly into the cup, wires
first. Make sure that a gasket is in place around the
threaded switch stem.
Safety Overflow Switch
NOTE - The magnets must be at the top of the float and
there must be NO stainless steel washers installed for
the safety overflow switch to operate properly.
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FIG. 8 SAFETY OVERFLOW SWITCH
5. Install the nut beneath the copper overflow cup.
Be sure not to overtighten.
6. Reconnect the wires, FIG. 9.
Location:
The safety overflow switch is located inside the rear of
the dispenser inside the copper overflow cup.
For testing or removal of the safety overflow switch,
access may also be needed by removing the two screws
attaching the electronic control assembly to its mounting bracket.
Test Procedure:
1. Once voltage is verified at the power source, check
for continuity across the safety overflow switch
red wires only until the plastic float is raised and
check that continuity returns when the plastic float
is again lowered.
RED to BLK Wire from
Terminal Block
RED to BLK Wire from Electronic Control #3
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If continuity is present as described, reconnect each
of the red wires to the black wires, the safety overflow
switch is operating properly.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
safety overflow switch.
FIG. 9 SAFETY OVERFLOW WIRING
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7. Check the solenoid valve for coil action. Connect
the dispenser to the power source. Listen carefully
in the vicinity of the solenoid valve for a “clicking”
sound after approximately 5 seconds, as the coil
magnet attracts the plunger.
8. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
9. Reconnect the pink wire to terminal 5 of the electronic control assembly.
Solenoid Valve
Location:
The solenoid valve is located inside the rear of the
dispenser on the right side near the bottom.
To test the solenoid valve, access will also be needed
to the electronic control assembly.
If the sound was heard as described and water will
not pass through the solenoid valve, there may be a
blockage in the water line before or after the solenoid
valve or the solenoid valve may require inspection for
wear and removal of waterborne particles.
If the sound was not heard as described, replace the
solenoid valve.
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FIG. 10 SOLENOID VALVE
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source
and turn-off the water supply to the dispenser.
2. Remove the pink wire from terminal 5 of the electronic control assembly.
3. Check the voltage across the solenoid valve coil
terminals with a voltmeter. Connect the dispenser
to the power source. The indication must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models
after a delay of approximately 5 seconds.
4. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
If voltage was present as described, proceed to #5.
If voltage was not present as described, refer to the Wiring Diagrams and check the dispenser wiring harness.
5. Remove both wires from the solenoid valve coil
terminals.
6. Check for continuity across the solenoid valve coil
terminals.
If continuity is present as described, reconnect the wires
and proceed to #7.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
solenoid valve coil.
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Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove all wires from the solenoid valve coil.
2. Turn-off the water supply to the dispenser.
3. Disconnect the water lines to and from the solenoid
valve.
4. Remove the two 8-32 slotted-head screws holding
the solenoid valve and mounting bracket to the
component bracket.
5. Lift-out the solenoid valve.
6. Remove the two 10-32 slotted-head screws holding
the solenoid valve to its mounting bracket.
7. Securely install the new solenoid valve to its mounting bracket. The direction of flow arrow must be
pointing towards the tank lid.
8. Attach the solenoid valve and mounting bracket to
the component bracket.
9. Securely fasten the water lines to and from the
solenoid valve.
10.Reconnect the wires, FIG. 11.
WHI/BLU to Electronic Control #1
WHI or RED to Terminal Block
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FIG. 11 SOLENOID VALVE WIRING
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Tank Heater
Location:
The tank heater is located in the tank lid.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove the wires to the tank heater.
2. Remove the 8-32 nuts from the tank heater
flange.
3. Remove the tank heater.
4. Inspect the tank heater gasket and replace if necessary.
5. Securely install the new tank heater. Be certain of
a watertight seal.
6. Reconnect the wires, FIG. 13.
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FIG. 12 TANK HEATER
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Check the voltage across the terminals of the tank
heater with a voltmeter. Connect the dispenser to
the power source. The indication must be:
a.) 100 to 120 volts ac for 100 to 120 volt models
or
b.) 200 to 240 volts ac for 200 to 240 volt models
or
c.) 230 volts ac for 230 volt models.
3. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
BLU to Triac Assy
BLK to Limit
Thermostat
FIG. 13 TANK HEATER WIRING
P1780
If voltage is present as described, proceed to #4.
If voltage is not present as described, replace the tank
heater.
4. Remove the tank heater from the tank lid and inspect
it for cracks in the sheath.
If the sheath shows no sign of damage, proceed to #5.
If the sheath is damaged, replace the tank heater.
5. Check for continuity across the tank heater terminals.
If continuity is present as described, reinstall the tank
heater. The tank heater is operating properly.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
tank heater.
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