important safeguards save these instructions household use only

important safeguards save these instructions household use only
When using electrical appliances, basic safety
precautions should always be followed, including
the following:
1. Read all instructions carefully.
2. DANGER! To protect against risk of electric shock, do not immerse
cord, plug or any parts of the unit in water or other liquids.
3. Close supervision is necessary when using this appliance near
children. This appliance is not suitable for use by children.
4. Never leave an appliance unattended while in use.
5. Do not place an appliance on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or
in a heated oven. Do not place on top of any other appliance.
6. Do not let the power cord of an appliance hang over the edge
of a table or countertop or touch any hot surface.
7. Do not operate any electrical appliance with a damaged cord
or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been dropped
or damaged in any manner. If damage is suspected, contact the
nearest authorized service center for examination, repair or electrical
or mechanical adjustment.
8. Unplug from power outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking
off attachments, and before cleaning.
9. The use of accessory attachments that are not recommended by the
appliance manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock or injury.
10. Avoid contact with moving parts when the unit is in operation.
11. Never touch the cooling elements when the unit is in operation.
12. Do not use outdoors.
13. Do not use appliance for other than its intended use.
1. Inspect and remove all packing materials. This includes the foam and any
adhesive tape both inside and outside of the unit.
2. Inspect and remove any remains of packing, tape, or printed materials before
powering on your IGLOO appliance.
Please read this manual carefully before using.
Retain it for your future reference.
Keep for your records to obtain Warranty Service
Thank you for purchasing this quality
IGLOO product.This easy-to-use
manual will guide you in getting the
best use out of your appliance.
Model number
Remember to record the model and
serial number. They are on a label in
back of the appliance.
Date of purchase
Ice maker serial number
Staple your receipt to your manual.
You will need it to obtain warranty service.
Electrical Requirements
Wiring and Grounding Instructions
This appliance must be plugged into at least a 15 AMP 110-115 VOLT 60 Hz
GROUNDED OUTLET. This appliance must be grounded. It is equipped with a 3wire cord having a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that
is properly installed and grounded.
WARNING! Improper use of grounded wire can result in the risk of electric
shock. Consult a physician if necessary. Do not attempt to
defeat this safety feature by modifying the plug.
Avoid the use of an extension cord because it may overheat and cause a risk of
fire. However, if it is necessary to use an extension cord:
A. Use only 3-wire extension cords with 3-blade grounding plug.
B. The marked rating of an extension cord must be be equal to or greater than
the rating of this appliance.
C. It should be positioned such that it does not drape over the counter or
tabletop where it can be pulled on by children intentionally.
Attempting any maintenance or cleaning:
To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug this appliance from the power
suply or disconnect at the household distribution panel by removing the fuse or
switching off the circuit breaker before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
Pressing the Power ON/OFF button to an off position does NOT
disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
Important Safeguards ............................................................ 1-2
Safety Instructions ...................................................................... 3
Parts and Accessories............................................................. 5-6
Operating Instructions ................................................................ 7
Pre-Operating Instructions ................................................................. 7
Operating Instructions....................................................................... 8
Operating Process............................................................................ 9
Cleaning and Maintenance ......................................................10
Troubleshooting Guide .............................................................11
Electrical Shock Protection
Class 1
Ice Making Current
1.5 A
Ice Harvest Current
R134a/2.25 Oz.
Design Pressure
High Side
290 Psig
Low Side
88 Psig
9.5" x 14.1" x 12.9"
20.5 lbs.
ABS plastic
Cover with transparent window
Ice maker and pusher
Water reservoir (Not shown)
Control panel
Water drain cap: For draining water from ice water (Front Button of Unit)
Compressor cooling fan (Do not block air flow)
Ice shovel
Ice basket
Control Panel: Easy to use, button function with LED indicators
A. Power ON LED indicator light
B. Power ON/OFF button
C. Ice cube SELECT SIZE button
D. Selected ice size LED light indicator displaying: SMALL, and LARGE ice
cubes to make
E. "ADD WATER" (Alerts that there is no water in the water reservoir), must
add water
F. "ICE FULL" LED indicator
This portable icemaker uses a fully automatic control system, with an advanced
microcomputer for easy and convenient ice making. Making ice is simple and
fast. Just add water, plug into an outlet, and press the ON button. You can
select one of the two ice cube sizes with the touch of a button. When first
turning on the unit or during icemaking cycles, the compressor will stay idle for 3
minutes, while energizing.
There are warning indicators that alert you to fill water when the reservoir is
empty and to remove ice when the storage basket is full. The icemaker also has
built-in safeguards that can limit accidental damage, automatically shutting down
the system when necessary.
Pre-Operating Instructions
Please read carefully.
The incline angle of the icemaker cabinet should not exceed 45˚
during transportation or use. Do not turn the icemaker upside down.
Doing so could cause the compressor or refrigerating system to operate
incorrectly. When the icemaker is moved or transported, please allow time
for the fluids in the compressor to settle. Before using the icemaker for the first
time, please wait 2 hours after the unit has been leveled and positioned in its
proper place.
2. Please ensure the icemaker is level and on a stable table or platform
to avoid malfunction.
3. The machine must be placed on a dry and level surface with sufficient
ventilation, far from heat sources such as ovens, heaters and corrosive gases.
Leave an 8-inch clearance on all sides of the icemaker for proper ventilation.
4. Do not fill the water reservoir with hot water. This may damage the icemaker.
It is best to fill the water reservoir with water of room temperature or lower.
Operating Instructions
1. Open the top cover, take out the ice storage basket and fill the water reservoir
with drinkable (tap, purified or bottled) 2.3 quarts water to the level mark and
replace the ice storage basket.
Lift ice basket to add water
Make sure that the water level does not reach above the level mark or the
bottom of the ice storage basket. Close the top cover.
Note: During the operation process, if the level of water in the water reservoir
becomes too low, the machine will automatically stop operating and the
"Add Water" indicator will display on the LED.
2. Plug the unit into a grounded outlet. Push the ON / OFF button on the control
panel to turn on the machine.
3. Select the desired size of ice cube by pressing the S or L ice selector button.
S = Small ice cubes (Approx. 7 minutes)
L = Large ice cubes (Approx. 12 minutes)
The icemaker will start making ice soon after. The next cycle of 9 ice cubes
is complete (based on water temperature, ambient room temperature and
selected ice cube size).
Note: To stop the operation, press the ON/OFF button.
Operating Process
1. Water is pumped from the water storage tank to the water box, which may
take up to 1 minute.
2. The icemaking cycle begins when the evaporator rods are dipped into the
water box. You will hear the compressor working.
3. It will take approximately 5-13 minutes for each icemaking cycle, depending
on the size selected. The larger the size, the more time is needed to make the
ice. After the cycle is finished, the water box will tilt forward and the
remaining water will flow back into the water storage tank. The evaporator
rods will then release the ice cubes.
Note: If the room ambient temperature is below 60˚ F, then small ice cube
sizes are suggested to prevent ice cubes from fusing together.
4. Approximately 60 seconds later, the water box will tilt backwards and the ice
pusher will push the ice into the ice storage basket. After the water box flips
back to its original position, the next icemaking cycle will begin.
5. When the maximum capacity of ice cubes is collected and the ice reaches the
temperature sensor, the icemaker will automatically stop operating. The “ICE
FULL” LED indicator will light up.
If more ice is needed, remove the ice from the ice storage basket; then
replace the basket into the machine, making sure that the basket is placed
back to its original position. Note: When replacing the basket, ensure that the
temperature sensor is above the basket so that the machine operates properly.
6. To continue making ice, check that there is water in the water storage tank. If
there is no water in the water storage tank, then no water will be pumped into
the water box, and the operation will stop. The "Add Water" LED display will
light up. Press the “OFF” button. Fill the water storage tank with water, and
then press the “ON” button for the icemaker to begin operating again. Allow
the refrigerant inside the compressor at least 3 minutes to settle before
If the compressor stops for any reason such as water shortage, too
much ice, power off, etc., do not restart the machine right away.
Wait at least 3 minutes before restarting the machine.
Before using your icemaker, it is strongly recommended that you clean the
icemaker thoroughly. Be sure to clean the icemaker regularly.
1. When cleaning, please make sure the power has been turned off and the
plug is disconnected from the outlet. When plugging or unplugging the unit
from the outlet, pull directly on the plug. Never pull on the power cord.
2. Remove the ice storage basket.
3. Drain remaining water from unit. Remove the cap, then the
rubber plug from the spout. When assembling back together,
the rubber plug must be inserted first into the spout, and then
capped. Otherwise, the icemaker will leak.
4. Use a mild detergent diluted in warm water and wipe with a soft
towel or sponge.
Solvents, detergents and abrasives must never be
used for cleaning.
5. Wipe the inner parts, such as the ice storage basket,
water reservoir, water box, ice pusher, and evaporator rods.
6. The outside of the icemaker should be cleaned regularly with a
mild detergent solution, warm water, and a soft cloth.
7. Dry the interior and exterior with a soft cloth.
8. To begin making ice once the unit has been cleaned, pour clean water into
the water reservoir and fill up to the level line follow operating instructions.
Never tilt or place the icemaker on its side, otherwise you must wait
10 hours for compressor coolant to settle.
9. To ensure the cleanliness of the ice cubes, the water in the water storage tank
should be replaced every 24 hours.
10. When the machine is not in use or will not be used for an
extended period of time, unscrew the drain cap, then remove the rubber
plug behind the unit to empty the remaining water in the water reservoir
completely. (Follow the instructions in number 4 above.)
Drain Cap
Drain Spout
Rubber Plug
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