INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MANUAL DELTA III DISPENSER

INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MANUAL DELTA III DISPENSER
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MANUAL
FOR THE
DELTA III DISPENSER
LANCER SERIES 9000
Please refer to the Lancer web site (www.lancercorp.com) for
information relating to Lancer Installation and Service Manuals,
Instruction Sheets, Technical Bulletins, Service Bulletins, etc.
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSION
Width
Depth
Height (without legs)
16 7/8 inches (429 mm)
25 9/16 inches (649 mm)
25 7/8 inches (657 mm)
WEIGHT
Shipping
Empty
Operating
160 pounds
146 pounds
220 pounds
(72.5 kg)
(66.2 kg)
(99.8 kg)
Standard Cabinet
WATER REQUIREMENTS
CAUTION
IF WATER SOURCE EXCEEDS 50 PSIG (3.45 BAR), A RECOMMENDED WATER REGULATOR
ASSEMBLY (PN 18-0253/02) MUST BE USED TO LIMIT WATER PRESSURE TO 50 PSIG (3.45 BAR).
FAILURE TO USE REGULATOR WILL RESULT IN IMPROPER PERFORMANCE OF DISPENSER.
Minimum flowing pressure of 25 PSIG (1.72 BAR)
Maximum static pressure of 50 PSIG (3.45 BAR)
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) REQUIREMENTS
Minimum pressure of 70 PSIG (4.83 BAR)
Maximum pressure of 80 PSIG (5.52 BAR)
ICE BANK WEIGHT
25 - 28 pounds (11.3 to 12.7 kg)
DRINK CAPACITY
2 - 12 ounce drinks below 40° (4.4°C)
4 - 12 ounce drinks below 40° (4.4°C)
CONDITION C
(90°F, 65%RH)
CONDITION D
(105°F, 75%RH)
125 drinks
97 drinks
115 drinks
92 drinks
Shrouded Cabinet
This manual supersedes Installation and Service Manual 28-0437/03, dated 01/09/04
6655 LANCER BLVD. • SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78219 USA • (210) 310-7000
FAX SALES
• NORTH AMERICA – 210-310-7245 • INTERNATIONAL SALES – 210-310-7242 • CUSTOMER SERVICE – 210-310-7242 •
• LATIN AMERICA – 210-524-9567 / 210-310-7245 • EUROPE – 32-2-755-2399 • PACIFIC – 61-8-8268-1978 •
FAX ENGINEERING: • 210-310-7096
• "Lancer" is the registered trademark of Lancer •
• Copyright — 2004 by Lancer, all rights reserved. •
REV. 03/22/04
P.N. 28-0437/03
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................................COVER
TABLE OF CONTENTS ......................................................................................................................................i
DISPENSER INSTALLATION HIGHLIGHTS ...............................................................................................iii-iv
1. INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................................................................1
1.1 RECEIVING .......................................................................................................................................1
1.2 UNPACKING ......................................................................................................................................1
1.3 UNPACKING INSTALLATION KITS ...................................................................................................1
1.4 SELECTING A COUNTER LOCATION .............................................................................................1
1.5 MOUNTING THE DISPENSER..........................................................................................................1
1.6 CONNECTING THE DRAIN...............................................................................................................1
1.7 FILLING UNIT WITH WATER ............................................................................................................1
1.8 CONNECTING TO ELECTRICAL POWER .......................................................................................2
1.9 CONNECTING TO WATER SUPPLY - CARBONATED WATER INLET............................................2
1.10 CONNECTING TO WATER SUPPLY - PLAIN WATER INLET ..........................................................3
1.11 CONNECTING THE CO2 SUPPLY ....................................................................................................3
1.12 CONNECTING TO BAG-IN-BOX (BIB) SYRUP SUPPLY (UNITS WITH ............................................
BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS) ................................................................................................................3
1.13 CONNECTING TO REMOTE BAG-IN-BOX (BIB) SYRUP PUMPS ..................................................4
1.14 CONNECTING TO REMOTE PRESSURIZED SYRUP SUPPLY (FIGAL)........................................4
1.15 PURGING THE CARBONATION SYSTEM .......................................................................................4
1.16 PURGING THE WATER AND SYRUP SYSTEMS.............................................................................4
1.17 ADJUSTING WATER FLOW (LEV®)..................................................................................................5
1.18 ADJUSTING WATER TO SYRUP (RATIO) BRIX (LEV®) ..................................................................5
1.19 VOLUMETRIC VALVE ADJUSTMENT...............................................................................................5
1.20 SETTING 3-WAY ADJUSTABLE BACK BLOCKS FOR PLAIN OR CARBONATED WATER ...........7
2. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................7
2.1 AS NEEDED.......................................................................................................................................7
2.2 DAILY .................................................................................................................................................7
2.3 WEEKLY.............................................................................................................................................7
2.4 MONTHLY ..........................................................................................................................................7
2.5 EVERY SIX MONTHS........................................................................................................................8
2.6 YEARLY..............................................................................................................................................8
3. DISPENSER CLEANING AND SANITIZING ..............................................................................................8
3.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................8
3.2 AMBIENT PROCESS .........................................................................................................................8
3.3 ALTERNATE CLEANING AND SANITIZING AGENTS......................................................................9
3.4 VALVES ..............................................................................................................................................9
3.5 CLEANING AND SANITIZING BAG-IN-BOX (BIB) SYSTEMS .......................................................12
3.6 CLEANING AND SANITIZING FIGAL SYSTEMS............................................................................12
4. CONVERTING FROM EXTERNAL PRESSURIZED SYRUP SUPPLY TO BIB WITH
BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS .........................................................................................................................14
5. CONVERTING FROM BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS TO REMOTE TANKS OR SYRUP TANKS ...............14
5.1 REMOVING EXISTING BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS .........................................................................14
5.2 INSTALLING REMOTE PUMP OR SYRUP TANKS ........................................................................14
6. TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................................................................................15
6.1 WATER LEAKAGE AROUND NOZZLE ...........................................................................................15
6.2 LEAKAGE BETWEEN UPPER AND LOWER VALVE BODIES.......................................................15
6.3 MISCELLANEOUS LEAKAGE .........................................................................................................15
6.4 INSUFFICIENT WATER FLOW........................................................................................................15
6.5 INSUFFICIENT SYRUP FLOW........................................................................................................15
6.6 ERRATIC RATIO ..............................................................................................................................15
6.7 NO PRODUCT DISPENSED ...........................................................................................................16
6.8 WATER ONLY DISPENSED, NO SYRUP; SYRUP ONLY DISPENSED, NO WATER ...................16
6.9 NO WATER, JUST SYRUP ..............................................................................................................16
6.10 VALVE WILL NOT SHUT OFF .........................................................................................................16
6.11 SYRUP ONLY DISPENSED. NO WATER, BUT CO2 GAS DISPENSED WITH SYRUP ..............16
6.12 EXCESSIVE FOAMING ...................................................................................................................17
6.13 WATER CONTINUALLY OVERFLOWS FROM WATER BATH INTO DRIP TRAY .........................17
6.14 COMPRESSOR STARTS AND CONTINUES TO RUN UNTIL FREEZE UP
AND WILL NOT CUT OFF ...............................................................................................................17
i
TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED)
6.15 WARM DRINKS................................................................................................................................17
6.16 COMPRESSOR DOES NOT START (NO HUM), CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
DOES NOT RUN AND NO ICE BANK.............................................................................................17
6.17 COMPRESSOR DOES NOT START (NO HUM), BUT CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR RUNS.........................................................................................................................18
6.18 COMPRESSOR DOES NOT START BUT HUMS ...........................................................................18
6.19 COMPRESSOR STARTS BUT DOES NOT SWITCH OFF START WINDING ...............................18
6.20 COMPRESSOR STARTS AND RUNS A SHORT TIME BUT SHUTS OFF
ON OVERLOAD ...............................................................................................................................18
6.21 COMPRESSOR RUNS NORMALLY, BUT WATER LINE IS FROZEN............................................18
6.22 COMPRESSOR CYCLES ON AND OFF FREQUENTLY DURING THE INITIAL
AND/OR NORMAL PULLDOWN OPERATIONS .............................................................................18
6.23 CIRCUIT BREAKER POPPING .......................................................................................................18
6.24 BIB PUMP DOES NOT OPERATE WHEN DISPENSING VALVE IS OPENED ..............................19
6.25 BIB PUMP OPERATED BUT NO FLOW .........................................................................................19
6.26 BIB PUMP CONTINUES TO OPERATE WHEN BAG IS EMPTY ...................................................19
6.27 BIB PUMP FAILS TO RESTART AFTER BAG REPLACEMENT ....................................................19
6.28 BIB PUMP FAILS TO STOP WHEN DISPENSING VALVE IS CLOSED.........................................19
6.29 NO PRODUCT OUT LIGHT .............................................................................................................19
6.30 LOW OR NO CARBONATION .........................................................................................................19
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING THE LANCER ELECTRONIC ICE BANK CONTROL (EIBC) ...........................19
7.1 CHECKING FOR NORMAL PCB OPERATION ...............................................................................19
8. ILLUSTRATIONS, PARTS LISTINGS, WIRING DIAGRAMS, AND PLUMBING DIAGRAMS ................21
8.1 REFRIGERATION DECK ASSEMBLY........................................................................................21-22
8.2 STANDARD CABINET ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................23-24
8.3 SHROUDED CABINET ASSEMBLY ...........................................................................................25-26
8.4 CARBONATOR, WATER/SYRUP LINE ASSEMBLIES ..............................................................27-28
8.5 CARBONATOR DECK/PUMP ASSEMBLY.................................................................................29-30
8.6 CONTROL HOUSING (SEE ALSO SECTION 8.8, WIRING DIAGRAM) ...................................31-32
8.7 WATER REGULATOR ASSEMBLY..................................................................................................33
8.8 WIRING DIAGRAM ..........................................................................................................................34
NOTES
®
®
Standard Cabinet
Shrouded Cabinet
ii
DISPENSER INSTALLATION HIGHLIGHTS
This unit has been factory sanitized per Coca-Cola specifications.
Listed below are ten critical elements which will aid in a successful installation.
1. Fill water bath until water overflows from tank overflow tube.
2. The carbonator pump motor must be disconnected from the power supply (see Section 1.8A) prior to
connection to water supply for initial build up of ice bank. Failure to do so will result in automatic shut off
of carbonator (see item 6 below) or damage to the pump.
3. If this dispenser is installed in an area that is susceptible to ±10% variation of the nominal line voltage,
consider installing a surge protector or similar protection device.
4. There is a five (5) minute delay which prevents the compressor and condenser fan from starting until the
delay has lapsed. If electrical current is interrupted, there is always a five (5) minute delay before the
compressor starts.
5. The unit is equipped with a protective timer for the carbonator pump motor, set for three (3) minutes. If the
carbonator motor has timed out, it must be manually reset by either momentarily unplugging the unit or
switching off the ON/OFF switch (if present). Once power is restored, the five (5) minute compressor delay
would be in effect.
6. Supply Water Pressure: Minimum - 25 PSIG (1.76 kg/cm2); Maximum - 50 PSIG (3.52 kg/cm2). If
pressure is over 50 PSIG, a water pressure regulator must be used.
7. On units with the built in water regulator, the regulator must be removed if inlet water pressure is less than
25 PSIG (1.76 kg/cm2).
8. CO2 Pressure: Recommend nominal pressure 70 PSIG (4.92 kg/cm2, 4.83 BAR). Pressure may be
reduced to a minimum of 60 PSIG (4.22kg/cm2, 4.13 BAR) if remote syrup pumps are being used. It may
be increased to a maximum of 80 PSIG (5.62kg/cm2, 5.52 BAR) only when internal syrup pumps are being
used with highly viscous syrups. Important: Internal syrup pumps may not work at pressures less than
60 PSIG. CO2 pressure over 80 PSIG (5.52 BAR) may result in damage or leakage from the syrup pump
system or may cause excessive foam in the drink.
9. Bag-in-box (BIB) syrup packages must be within 6 feet (1.83 m) from unit when internal syrup pumps are
being used.
10. Valve Adjustment: Make sure drink temperature is below 40°F (4.4°C) before adjusting brix.
Delta Dispenser
Puntos Importantes En La Unidad Dispensadora
Esta tin/dad ha sido saneada en fabrica por las especificaciones de Coca-Cola.
A continuacion se relacionan 10 puntos importantes para una connecta instalacion.
1. Llene el bano-Maria hasta que el agua se desborde sobre el tubo que controla la derrama del tanque.
2. El motor de la bomba del carbonatador debe desconectarse electricamente (Ver Manual - Pagina 2, Seccion 1.8A) antes de
conectar el suministro de agua para la formacion inicial del banco de hielo. De no hacerse esto resultaria en un bloqueo automatico
del carbonatador (ver abajo el punto 6) o en danos a la bomba.
3. Si la unidad va a ser instalada en un area en la que puedan darse variaciones de voltage de + 6 - 10% de su valor nominal, se debe
considerar la conveniencia de instalar un estabilizador de corriente o sistema de proteccion similar.
4. Hay una demora de 5 minutos que evita que el compresor y el abanico del condensador arranquen hasta pasado ese tiempo. Si hay
algun corte en la corriente electrica siempre se producira esa demora de 5 minutos antes de arrancar el compresor.
5. La unidad esta provista de un protector de tiempo para el motor de la bomba del carbonatador, regulado en 3 minutos. Si el motor
del carbonatador se desajustara, se deabe restablecer manualmente, bien desconectando electricamente la unidad o
desconectando el interrupter on/off (si lo tiene). Una vez se restablezca la corriente, la demora de los 5 minutos sera efectiva
nuevamente.
6. Presión de suministro del agua de red: Minimo 25 PSIG (1.76 kg/cm2); Maximo 50 PSIG (3.52 kg/cm2). En unidades sin regulador
de presión incorporado, si la presión del agua es superior a 50 PSIG se debe usar un regulador de presión.
7. En unidades con regulador de presión incorporado, el regulador debe der eliminado cuando la presión de entrada de agua sea
inferior a 25 PSIG.
8. PRESION CO2: Presión nominal recomendada 70 PSIG (4.92 kg/cm2, 4.83 BAR). Se puede reducir la presión a un minimo de 60
PSIG (4.22 kg/cm2, 4.13 BAR), si se utilizan bombas de jarabe internas con jarabes de alta viscosidad. IMPORTANTE: Las
bombas de jarabe intemas pueden no trabajr a presiónes par debajo de 60 PSIG. Presiónes superiores a 80 PSIG pueden dañar o
causer fugas en el sistema de bombeo de jarabe o producir excesiva espuma en el producto terminado.
9. Los envases de jarabe Bag-ln-Box deben setar situados a menos de 6 pies (2 metros) de la unidad cuando se utilicen bombas de
jarabe intemas.
10. Ajuste de las valvulas: Cerciórese de que la temperatura de la bebida es inferior a 4.4°C (40°F) antes de regular el coeficiente Brix.
iii
Regles De Securite Pour l'nstallation Du Distributeur De Sodas
La proprètè da cet ensamable est assurè à I'usine sulvant les spècifications èmis par Coca-Cola.
Il est essentiel de respecter les 10 points suivants pour l'installation de l'appareil:
1. Remplir le bain-Maire jusqu'a ce que l'eau dèborde par le tuyau de trop-plein du rèservoir.
2. Le moteur de la pompe du carbonateur doit etre dèbranchè de l'alimentation èlectrique (Voir le manuel, Page 2, Section 1.8A) avant
l'arrivèe de l'eau pour la formation initiale de la glace. Oublier ou nègliger cette opèration provoquera l'arret automatique du
carbonateur (voir le point 6 cidessous) ou causera des dommages à la pompe.
3. Si le distributeur es installè dans une zone ou la tension èlectrique nominale est susceptible de variations de (+) 10%, il est
conseillè d'installer un appaeil de protection contre les sautes de courant.
4. Un d'lai de 5 minutes empeche le compresseur et la ventilation du condesateur de se mettre en marche avant que ce lees de
temps ne se soit ècoulè. Lorsque le courant èlectrique es interrompu, il y a toujours un dèlai de 5 minutes avant que le presseur ne
se mette en.
5. L' unitè est èquipèe d'une minuterie de protection pour le moteur de la pompe de carbonateur, règlèe sur 3 minutes. Si le moteur du
carbonateur s'est dèrèglèe, il faut refaire le règlage manuellement, soit en dèbranchant temporairement l'unitè, solt en arretant
l'appareil avec l'interrupteur (s'il y en a un). Le rètablissement du courant sera suivi par le de'lai de 5 minutes du compresseur.
6. Pression de l'eau: Minimum 25 PSIG (1,76 kg/cm2); Maximum 50 PSIG (3,52 kg/cm2). Sur les unitès qui n'ont pas de règulateur de
pression d'eau incorprè, si la pression d'H2O est supèrieure à 50 PSIG, un règulateur de pression d'eau doit etre utilsisè.
7. Sur les unitès avec règulateur d'eau incorporè, le règulateur doit etre enlevè si la pression d'arrivve est inferièure à 25 PSIG.
8. Pression de CO2: on recommande une pression nominal de 70 PSIG (4,92 kg/cm2; 4,83 BAR). La pression peut etre rèduite à un
minumum de 60 PSIG (4,22 kg/cm2, 4,13 BAR) si on utilise des pompes à sirop sèparès. Elle peut etre aumentee jusqu'à un
maximum de 80 PSIG (5,62 kg/cm2, 5,52 BAR) uniquement les pompes à sirop internes sont utilisèes avec des sirops très èpals.
ATTENTION: Les pompes à sirop internes peuvent ne pas fonctionner à des fuites dans le système de ponmpage du sirop, ou
produire trop de mousse dans les boissons.
9. Le sac dans les paquets de sirop doit etre à 1,83 m. au plus de l'unitè quand on utilise les pompes à sirop internes.
10. Règlage des valves: S' assurer que la tempèrature de la boisson est infèrieure a 4.4°C (40°F) avant de règler le degrè Brix.
Diese Einheit wird keimfrie, gemalß Coca-Cola Vorschriften, von der Fabrik ausgeliefert
Wlchtigste Hinweise zur Installations von Zapfvorrichtungen
Die foigenden 10 wesentlichen Punkte sollen zur erfolgreichen Installation beitragen:
1. Wasserbad fullen bis das Wasser aus dern Uberlaufrohr des Tankes fließt.
2. Der Motor der Karbonatorpumpe muß yom Stromanschluß abgeschaltet werden (siehe Handbuch Seite 2, Absatz 1.8A), bevor das
Wasser zurn Aufbau der Eisbank angeschlossen wird. Andernfalls schaltet sich der Karbonator automatisch ab (siehe Punkt 6 unten)
oder die Pumpe könnte Beschädigt werden.
3. Solite die Zapfvorrichtung an einer Stelle installiert werden, wo eine +10% Abweichung des nominalen Leitungsstroms besteht, wäre
es angebracht, einen Überspannungsschutz oder ännliche Sicherungsvorrichtung zu installieren.
4. Eine Verzögenung von 5 Minuten verhindert das Einsetzens des Kompressors und Kondensatorgebläses vor Ablauf dieser Zeit. bei
unterbrochener Stromzufuhr gibt es daher immer eine 5 Minuten Verzögerung bevor der Kompressor einsetzt.
5. Die Vorrichtung enthält einen schützenden Zeitmesser für den Motor der Karbonatorpume, der auf 3 Minuten eingestellt ist. Solite der
Karbonatormotor ausgelaufensein, muß er entweder mit der Hand wiederzurückgeschaltet oder mementar der Stecker
herausgezogen oder der 'An-und-Aus' Schalter (wenn vorhanden) ausgestelit werden. Nach Wiederherstellung der Stromversorgung
erfolgt dann auch wieder die Verzögerung des Kompressors von 5 Minuten.
6. Wasserzuführungsdruck: Minimum 1,76 kg/cm2 (25 PSIG). Maximum: 50 PSIG (3,52 kg/cm2). Für Vorrichtungen ohne eingebauten
Wasserdruckregler, bei einem Wasserdruck von über 50 PSIG, ist ein Wasserdruckregler erforderlich.
7. Bei Vorrichtungen mit eingebautem Wasserregler, muß der Regler entfemt werden, wenn der Wassereinströmungsdruck geringer
als 1,76 kg/cm2 (25 PSIG) ist.
8. CO2 Druck: Empfohlener Nominaldruck 4,92 kg/cm2, 4,83 BAR (70 PSIG). Der Druck darf bis zu einem Minimum von 4,22 kg/cm2,
4,13 BAR (60 PSIG) reduziert werden, wenn abgelegene Synuppumpen gebraucht werden. Es darf nur bis zu einem Maximum von
5,62 kg/cm2, 5,52 BAR (80 PSIG) erhöht werden wenn innensyruppumpen mit höchst zähflüßigem Syrup gebraucht werden. Wichtig:
Innensyruppumpen funktionieren möglicherweise nicht bei Druck von weniger als 4,22 kg/cm2, 4,13 BAR (60PSIG). CO2 Druck üder
5,62 kg/cm2, 5,52 BAR (80 PSIG) kann dazu führen, daß das Syruppumpsystem beschädigt oder undicht wird ober, daß es zu einem
Übemmaß an Schaum im Getränk kommt.
9. Beutel des abgepackten Syrups müssen innerhalb von 1,83 m (6 feet) der Vorrichtung sein, wenn innensyruppumpen gebraucht
werden.
10. Ventileinstellun: Stellen Sie sicher, daß die Temperatur des Getränks unter 4.4°C (40°F) liegt, bevor Sie den Brixwert einstellen.
iv
1. INSTALLATION
1.1
RECEIVING
Each unit is tested and thoroughly inspected before shipment. At the time of shipment, the carrier
accepts the unit and any claim for damages must be made with the carrier. Upon receiving units
from the delivering carrier, carefully inspect carton for visible indication of damage. If damage exists,
have carrier note the same on the bill of lading and file a claim with the carrier.
1.2
UNPACKING
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Cut steel band and remove.
Remove top portion of carton by lifting up.
Remove accessory kit and loose parts from top packaging.
Remove top inner carton pad and corners.
Lift unit up by plywood shipping base and remove lower portion of carton.
Inspect unit for concealed damage. If evident, notify delivering carrier and file a claim against
same.
G. Remove plywood shipping base from unit by moving unit so that one side is off the counter top
or table allowing access to screws on the bottom of the plywood shipping base.
NOTE
If unit is to be transported, it is advisable to leave the unit secured to the plywood base.
H. If unit is to be installed with optional legs, assemble legs to unit by tilting unit. DO NOT LAY
UNIT ON ITS SIDE OR BACK.
1.3
UNPACKING INSTALLATION KITS
A. Inspect kits for concealed damage and if evident, notify delivering carrier and file a claim against
same.
B. Each kit contains a list of the parts and a drawing showing the proper assembly of the parts.
1.4
SELECTING A COUNTER LOCATION
A. Select a location close to a properly grounded electrical outlet and water supply that meet the
requirements as shown in the SPECIFICATIONS (see front cover).
CAUTION
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN SPECIFIED CLEARANCE WILL CAUSE THE COMPRESSOR TO
OVERHEAT AND WILL RESULT IN COMPRESSOR FAILURE.
B. Condenser air is drawn in from the front half of the top of the unit, and discharged out the rear
half of the top of the unit. A minimum of eight (8) inches (203 mm) clearance must be
maintained over the top of the unit to provide for proper air flow and air circulation.
1.5
MOUNTING THE DISPENSER
A. The dispenser is designed to be permanently mounted and sealed to the counter or installed on
four (4) inch legs.
B. When the dispenser is to be permanently bolted to the counter top, seal dispenser base to
counter top with a bead of clear silicone caulk or sealant which provides a smooth and easily
cleanable bond to the counter.
C. For leg mounting, use Lancer leg kit (PN 82-1704).
NOTE
NSF listed units must be sealed to the counter or have four (4) inch legs installed.
1.6
CONNECTING THE DRAIN
A. Remove cup rest. Lift splash plate up and pull out and down on the bottom to remove.
B. Remove the drip tray from the unit and connect the drain tube to the drain fitting located on the
back.
C. Route the drain tube to a suitable drain and replace the unit’s drip tray.
1.7
FILLING UNIT WITH WATER
A. Remove the bonnet from the unit.
B. Remove the plastic plug (located in the front of the unit’s compressor deck) from the unit’s fill
1
hole.
C. Using a funnel or tube, fill the water bath compartment with water until it flows out of the
overflow tube into the drip tray.
CAUTION
THE WATER BATH COMPARTMENT MUST BE FILLED WITH WATER BEFORE PLUGGING
IN THE UNIT, OTHERWISE THE COMPRESSOR DECK AND CONDENSER FAN MAY NOT
OPERATE PROPERLY.
D. Replace the plastic plug.
1.8
CONNECTING TO ELECTRICAL POWER
WARNING
THIS UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED TO AVOID POSSIBLE FATAL
ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR SERIOUS INJURY TO THE OPERATOR. THE POWER CORD IS
PROVIDED WITH A THREE PRONG GROUNDED PLUG. IF A THREE-HOLE GROUNDED
ELECTRICAL OUTLET IS NOT AVAILABLE, USE AN APPROVED METHOD TO GROUND THE
UNIT.
IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SPECIAL CORD OR
ASSEMBLY AVAILABLE FROM THE MANUFACTURER OR ITS SERVICE AGENT.
DO NOT USE EXTENSION CORDS WITH THIS UNIT. DO NOT “GANG” TOGETHER WITH
OTHER ELECTRICAL DEVICES ON THE SAME OUTLET.
CAUTION
FAILURE TO DISCONNECT THE MOTOR POWER SUPPLY WILL DAMAGE THE CARBONATOR
MOTOR AND PUMP AND VOID THE WARRANTY.
A. If the unit is equipped with a built-in carbonator, disconnect the power supply to the carbonator
motor by disconnecting the four pin connector located near the top of the electrical control box
on the refrigeration deck.
B. Check the dispenser serial number plate for correct electrical requirements of unit. Do not plug
into wall electrical outlet unless the current shown on the serial number plate agrees with local
current available.
C. Route the power supply cord to a grounded electrical outlet of the proper voltage and amperage
rating, and plug in the unit. This will turn on the refrigeration system and allow it to start cooling
while completing the rest of the installation. The agitator motor will start immediately, but the
compressor and fan motor will not start until the five (5) minute delay has elapsed.
1.9
CONNECTING TO WATER SUPPLY -- CARBONATED WATER INLET
WARNING
CONNECT TO POTABLE WATER SUPPLY ONLY.
CAUTION
IF WATER SOURCE EXCEEDS 50 PSIG (3.52 KG/CM2) A WATER REGULATOR KIT MUST BE
USED TO LIMIT WATER PRESSURE TO 50 PSIG (3.52 KG/CM2). FAILURE TO USE A WATER
REGULATOR WILL RESULT IN IMPROPER PERFORMANCE OF DISPENSER.
A. Using appropriate tubing and fittings, connect carbonated water supply line to water source.
DO NOT CONNECT TO DISPENSER AT THIS TIME.
B. Flush carbonated water supply line thoroughly.
NOTE
If the water source is above 50 PSIG (3.52 kg/cm2), cut tubing assembly and install Water
Regulator Kit (PN 18-0253/02) as shown in kit instruction sheet.
The water supply must be protected by means of an air gap, a backflow prevention device
(located upstream of the CO2 injection system) or another approved method to comply with NSF
standards. A backflow prevention device must comply with ASSE and local standards.
It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure compliance.
C. Route tubing through hole in counter and through opening behind splash plate and connect to
carbonator pump using a flare seal washer (PN 05-0017). Use a back-up wrench to prevent
2
damage to carbonator pump.
D. Leave 12 inches (305 mm) of extra tubing length below the counter for servicing and moving the
dispenser.
E. Turn on water supply and check for leaks.
F. Using test gauge assembly (PN 22-0138), set regulator at a maximum of 50 PSIG (3.52 kg/cm2).
1.10 Connecting to Water Supply - Plain Water Inlet
A. Using appropriate tubing and fittings, connect plain water supply line to water source. DO NOT
CONNECT TO DISPENSER AT THIS TIME
B. Flush plain water supply line thoroughly.
WARNING
CONNECT TO POTABLE WATER SUPPLY ONLY.
NOTE
The water supply must be protected by means of an air gap, a backflow prevention device
(located upstream of the CO2 injection system) or another approved method to comply with NSF
standards. A backflow prevention device must comply with ASSE and local standards. It is the
responsibility of the installer to ensure compliance.
C. Route tubing through hole in counter and through opening behind splash plate and connect to
check valve on plain water inlet (labeled "Water"). Use a back-up wrench to prevent damage to
the check valve or water line.
D. Leave 12 inches (305 mm) of extra tubing length below the counter for servicing and moving the
dispenser.
E. Turn on water supply and check for leaks.
1.11 CONNECTING THE CO2 SUPPLY
A. Connect high pressure CO2 regulator assembly to CO2 cylinder. Use a new CO2 tank washer if
regulator does not have built-in o-ring seal.
B. Place CO2 cylinder in service location under counter, etc., and secure it with a safety chain.
C. Using tubing and fittings from installation kit connect tubing assembly to tank mount regulator
using flare seal washer (PN 05-0011). Use a back-up wrench to prevent damage to regulator
assembly.
D. Route gas line through hole in counter and through opening behind the dispenser splash plate.
E. Leave 12 inches (305 mm) of extra tubing length below the counter for servicing and moving the
dispenser.
F. Remove the protective plug from the CO2 manifold (located on top of mini pumps on left side of
unit) and connect the CO2 supply line using a 1/4 inch elbow (supplied in installation kit.)
WARNING
DO NOT TURN ON THE CO2 SUPPLY AT THIS TIME
G. If dispenser does not have built in syrup pumps, connect directly to the carbonator CO2 inlet
check valve.
1.12 CONNECTING TO BAG-IN-BOX (BIB) SYRUP SUPPLY (UNITS WITH BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS)
CAUTION
THE SYRUP INLET TUBE ASSEMBLIES (SHIPPED WITH THE INSTALLATION KIT) ARE
EIGHT (8) FEET (2.4 M) LONG. THESE LINES CAN BE EXTENDED UP TO A MAXIMUM OF
12 FEET (3.7 M). THE MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF THE PUMPS ABOVE THE LOWEST BIB
PACKAGE SHOULD NOT EXCEED EIGHT (8) FEET (2.4 M). IF EITHER THE HEIGHT OF PUMPS
OR LENGTH OF INLET LINE LIMITATIONS IS EXCEEDED, REMOTE SYRUP PUMPS OR
PRESSURIZED SYRUP CONTAINERS SHOULD BE USED.
A. Remove the protective caps from the syrup pump inlets and connect syrup inlet tube assemblies
furnished in the installation kit to the syrup pumps. Lubricate o-rings before installation using
an FDA approved lubricant or clean water. Be careful not to cut o-rings when installing in pump.
B. Mark syrup tube assemblies at BIB hose connector end with product ID tape.
C. Route the syrup supply tubes from the unit through hole in counter to the BIB syrup supply.
D. Dip hose connectors in a cup of warm, clean water.
E. Attach the BIB hose connectors to the appropriate syrup flavor.
3
1.13 CONNECTING TO REMOTE BAG-IN-BOX (BIB) SYRUP PUMPS
A. Connect high pressure CO2 regulator assembly to CO2 cylinder. Use a new CO2 tank washer
i
f
regulator does not have built-in o-ring seal.
B. Place CO2 cylinder in service location (for example, under counter) and secure CO2 cylinder
with a safety chain.
C. Using tubing and fittings from installation kit, connect tubing assembly to tank mount regulator
using flare seal washer (PN 05-0011). Use a back-up wrench to prevent damage to regulator
assembly.
D. Locate the remote BIB, syrup supply and pumps in a convenient location.
E. Attach the syrup supply tubes to the dispenser’s syrup inlet fittings (located behind the splash
plate) using a 21/32 inch (17.0 mm) Oetiker clamp for each syrup flavor.
F. Route the syrup supply tubes to the remote syrup pumps.
G. Complete installation of the remote syrup pump system following the manufacturer’s
instructions.
1.14 CONNECTING TO REMOTE PRESSURIZED SYRUP SUPPLY (FIGAL)
A. Connect high pressure CO2 regulator assembly to CO2 cylinder. Use a new CO2 tank washer
if regulator does not have built-in o-ring seal.
B. Place CO2 cylinder in service location (for example, under counter) and secure CO2 cylinder
with a safety chain.
C. Using tubing and fittings from installation kit connect tubing assembly to tank mount regulator
using flare seal washer (PN 05-0011). Use a back-up wrench to prevent damage to regulator
assembly.
D. Locate the five gallon (figal) syrup containers and the CO2 cylinder and regulator set in a
convenient location.
E. Attach the syrup supply tube assembly to the dispenser’s syrup inlet fittings (located behind the
splash plate) using a 21/32 inch (17.0 mm) Oetiker clamp for each syrup flavor.
F. Route the syrup supply tubes to the figal syrup containers and attach them to the appropriate
syrup flavor.
G. Attach a CO2 supply line from each of the figal syrup containers to the low pressure regulator
and pressurize the containers.
1.15 PURGING THE CARBONATION SYSTEM
A. Set the adjustable back blocks to deliver carbonated water (see Section 1.20).
B. The relief valve for the built-in carbonator is located on the right hand side of the unit’s
carbonator deck. Lift the yellow lever on the top of the relief valve until water flows from the
holes in the relief valve. Then release the relief valve.
C. Reconnect the power supply to the carbonator pump.
D. Back off on the CO2 regulator pressure adjusting screw all the way. Open the CO2 cylinder
handle slowly. Turn the CO2 pressure regulator up slowly to 75 PSIG (5.1 bar).
E. Open a dispensing valve until water and syrup are flowing steadily from the valve.
F. Repeat procedure “D” for each valve.
G. Check all of the unit’s syrup, water and CO2 connections for leaks and repair if necessary.
NOTE
To check for CO2 leaks, close the valve on the CO2 cylinder and observe if the pressure to the
system drops with the cylinder valve closed for five (5) minutes. Open the cylinder valve after
check.
H. Replace the unit’s bonnet, splash plate and cup rest.
1.16 PURGING THE WATER AND SYRUP SYSTEMS
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Set the adjustable back blocks to deliver plain water (see Section 1.20).
Open a dispensing valve until water and syrup are flowing steadily from the valve.
Repeat procedure “A” for each valve.
Check all of the unit’s syrup and water connections for leaks and repair if necessary.
Replace the unit’s bonnet, splash plate and cup rest.
4
1.17 ADJUSTING WATER FLOW (LEV®)
A. The water flow can be adjusted between 1.25
oz/sec (37 ml/sec) and 2.50 oz/sec (74 ml/sec)
I.D. PANEL
(Shown in
on all dispensing valves using the following
open position)
procedure.
B. The refrigeration unit should have been running
COVER SCREW
for at least one (1) hour before you attempt to
FLOW CONTROL
brix the valves. The drink temperature should FLOW CONTROL
WATER
SYRUP
be no higher than 40°F (4.4°C) when the brix is
set. This is best done after the unit has made an Increase Decrease
Increase
Decrease
ice bank.
COVER
SODA LEVER
C. Slide up ID panel until flow controls are exposed
(Optional)
(see Figure 1).
DATE OF
MANUFACTURE
D. Remove nozzle by twisting counter clockwise
SERIES NO.
and pulling down.
CUP LEVER
NOZZLE
E. Remove diffuser by pulling down.
F. Install Lancer (yellow) syrup separator
(PN 54-0031) in place of nozzle.
G. Activate dispensing valve to fill separator syrup
tube.
Typical Valve Adjustment, LEV®
H. Hold a Lancer brix cup under the syrup
Figure 1
separator and dispense water and syrup into
cup for four (4) seconds. Divide number of ounces (ml) of water in cup by four (4) to
determine water flow rate per second.
I. To obtain the proper flow, use a screwdriver to adjust water flow control (see Figure 1).
J. Repeat process for each valve.
1.18 ADJUSTING WATER TO SYRUP (RATIO) BRIX (LEV®)
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Hold the Lancer brix cup under the syrup separator and activate valve. Check brix.
To obtain the proper brix, use screwdriver to adjust syrup flow control (see Figure 1).
Once proper ratio is obtained repeat to verify.
Remove syrup separator (PN 54-0031 installed in Section 1.16.F above).
Install diffuser and nozzle.
Slide down ID panel.
Repeat process for each valve.
1.19 VOLUMETRIC VALVE ADJUSTMENT (SEE FIGURE 2)
NOTE
The Volumetric Valve is an optional valve with the Delta III
Dispenser.
A. Valve Specifications
1. Finished Drink Flow Rates
3.0 ounces per second (88.7 ml/sec), as shipped
2.25 ounces per second (66.6 ml/sec)
1.5 ounces per second (44.4 ml/sec)
2. Flowing Pressure Requirements
Water
Syrup
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
40 psig (2.76 BAR)
20 psig (1.38 BAR)
110 psig (7.58 BAR)
70 psig (4.83 BAR)
3. Electrical Requirement
24 VAC, 50/60Hz
B. Programmer Operating Procedures
1. Connecting
a. Remove the ID panel from the front of the valve.
5
Handheld Programmer,
Volumetric Valve
Figure 2
b. Insert the programmer's 10-pin connector into the ID Panel plug on the front of the circuit board.
c. When properly connected, the programmer will run a self diagnostic test. The display
will show all "8"s with the decimal points lighted.
After three (3)
seconds, the display indicates the setting of the dip switches.
d. If the programmer does not run its diagnostic test properly, disconnect it and try
plugging it in again. If the programmer still fails, replace the programmer.
2. Functions
Read Memory:
Press this button to read and display the current settings programmed into the valve
memory (i.e., S/W revision, ratio, and carb/non carb settings).
Read Dip Switches:
Press this button to read the dip switch settings (applies only to valves manufactured
before July 1997).
NOTE
Dip switches were used on some field test valves (refer to 28-0301, 12/20/95).
Write Memory:
Press this button to write the programmer’s displayed ratio and carbonation settings into
the valve’s memory.
Timed 5 Second Water:
Press this button to pour water for five (5) seconds. The programmer will display the
ratio, the counts from the flowmeter, the flow rate in oz/sec, and the flow rate in ml/sec.
Timed 5 Second Pour:
Press this button to dispense a five (5) second pour of water and syrup for ratio testing.
When complete, the programmer displays the ratio, carbonation settings, and total
Flowmeter counts.
Syrup Purge:
Press and release to dispense a six (6) second syrup purge. Continue holding to purge
syrup from system.
Ratio + (Plus):
Pressing this button will increase the ratio number on the display.
Ratio - (Minus):
Pressing this button will decrease the ratio number on the display.
Carb Toggle:
Pressing this button will toggle the carbonation setting from carbonated “C” to plain
water “n” (non-carbonated).
Pour/Stop:
Press this button to manually pour a mixed drink. This button will also stop a timed pour.
6
Setting the Ratio/Carbonation
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the programmer to the Valve.
Press the “Read Mem” button.
Press the “Ratio +” or the “Ratio -” key until the desired ratio is displayed.
Verify the drink type. Press “Carb Toggle”to select “C” for carbonated or “n” for
non-carbonated.
5. Press the “Enter” button to program the valve with the setting on the display.
6. Verify Ratio by pressing “Read Mem”.
7. Disconnect the programmer.
1.20 SETTING 3-WAY ADJUSTABLE BACK BLOCKS FOR PLAIN OR CARBONATED WATER
A. For a six-valve unit, valves 3, 4, and 5
TOP VIEWS
(SHUT-OFF ORIENTATION)
can be set to deliver either plain or
carbonated water. On a five-valve unit,
valves 3 and 4 are adjustable. Refer to
3 - WAY BACK BLOCK
Figure 3 or to the label on the front
REAR VIEW
support plate behind the splash plate.
PLAIN WATER ON
B. The shut-off stem on the left side of the
back block controls the flow of plain or
SY S
PW
carbonated water. The stem has a
straight side and a double curved side
when looking down at the back block. To
set the adjustable back block to deliver
CARB. WATER ON
plain water, turn the shut-off stem to
LEGEND:
SY = SYRUP LINE
where the straight side of the stem is
S = SODA LINE
PW = PLAIN WATER LINE
facing to the left. To set the back block
to deliver carbonated water, turn the
shut-off stem to where the straight side
VALVE CLOSED
faces to the right. When the shut-off PN 06-2874
stem is at its midpoint, with the straight
Setting 3-Way Adjustable Back Blocks
side facing forward, the flow of either
Figure 3
plain or carbonated water is shut-off.
C. Be sure the shut-off stem is fully turned to the desired position, or the flow of water will be
restricted.
2. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
2.1
AS NEEDED
a. Keep exterior surfaces of dispenser (to include drip tray and cup rest) cleaned with damp, clean
cloth.
2.2
DAILY
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
2.3
Remove the nozzle and diffuser from each valve and wash them in warm water.
Remove the cup rest and wash in warm soapy water.
Pour warm soapy water into the drip tray and wipe with a clean cloth.
With a clean cloth and warm soapy water, wipe off all of the unit’s exterior surfaces.
Replace the cup rest, valve diffusers and valve nozzles.
WEEKLY
A. Check the flow and brix of each LEV® valve following the brixing instructions given in Sections
1.18 and 1.19.
B. Remove the unit’s bonnet and check the level of water in the water bath. Replenish as required,
and replace the bonnet.
2.4
MONTHLY
A. Unplug the dispenser from its power source.
B. Remove the bonnet and, using a soft brush, clean the dirt from the unit’s condenser.
C. Replace the bonnet. Plug in the unit.
7
2.5
EVERY SIX (6) MONTHS
A. Clean and sanitize the unit using the appropriate procedures outlined in Section 3.
2.6
YEARLY
A. Clean water bath interior, including evaporator coils and refrigeration components.
B. Clean the entire exterior of the unit.
C. Sanitize syrup lines.
NOTE
Because of difficulty in rinsing, detergent solutions should not be introduced into the
carbonator.
3. DISPENSER CLEANING AND SANITIZING
3.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
A. Lancer equipment (new or reconditioned) is shipped from the factory cleaned and sanitized in
accordance with NSF guidelines. The operator of the equipment must provide continuous
maintenance as required by this manual and/or state and local health department guidelines to
ensure proper operation and sanitation requirements are maintained.
NOTE
The cleaning and sanitizing procedures provided herein pertain to the Lancer equipment
identified by this manual. If other equipment is being cleaned, follow the guidelines established
by the manufacturer for that equipment.
IMPORTANT
Water lines are not to be disconnected during the cleaning and sanitizing of syrup lines to avoid
contamination.
B. Cleaning and sanitizing should be accomplished only by trained personnel. Sanitary gloves are
to be used during cleaning and sanitizing operations. Applicable safety precautions must be
observed. Instruction warnings on the product being used must be followed.
C. Recommended Preparation of Cleaning Solutions.
1. Cleaning solutions (for example, Ivory Liquid, Calgon, etc.) mixed with clean, potable water
at a temperature of 90° to 110° Fahrenheit should be used to clean equipment. The
mixture ratio, using Ivory Liquid, is one (1) ounce of cleanser to two (2) gallons of water. A
minimum of four (4) gallons of cleaning mixture should be prepared.
NOTE
Extended lengths of product lines may require that an additional volume of solution be
prepared.
2. Any equivalent cleanser may be used as long as it provides a low-sudsing, non-perfumed,
easily rinsed mixture.
D. Recommended Preparation of Sanitizing Solutions.
1. Sanitizing solutions should be prepared in accordance with the manufacturer’s written
recommendations and safety guidelines. Follow manufacturer’s requirements so that the
solution provides 100 parts per million (PPM) (100mg/L) available chlorine at a temperature
of 90°F to 120°F. A minimum of four (4) gallons of sanitizing solution should be prepared.
NOTE
Extended lengths of product lines may require that an additional volume of solution be
prepared.
2. Any sanitizing solution may be used as long as it is prepared in accordance with the
manufacturer’s written recommendations and safety guidelines, and provides 100 PPM
(100mg/L) available chlorine.
3.2
AMBIENT PROCESS
A. The ambient process is the most common method for cleaning and sanitizing dispenser
8
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
equipment. The detergent should be as recommended and the sanitizer should be low pH (7.0)
chlorine solution.
Disconnect syrup containers and remove product from tubing.
Rinse the lines and fittings with clean room temperature water to remove all traces of residual
product.
Fill lines with a low-sudsing, non-perfumed, and easily rinsed detergent solution. The solution
should be prepared in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations. Make sure the
lines are completely filled and allow to stand for at least 10 minutes.
Flush the detergent solution from the lines with clean water. Continue rinsing until testing with
phenolphthalein shows that the rinse water is free of residual detergent.
Fill the lines with a low pH (7.0) chlorine solution containing at least 100 PPM (100mg/L)
available chlorine. Flow sanitizing solution through dispenser until output tests to full 100 PPM
(100mg/L) concentration. Allow to stand for 15 minutes.
Reconnect syrup containers and ready Unit for operation.
WARNING
REMOVE SANITIZING SOLUTION FROM DISPENSER AS INSTRUCTED.
SANITIZING SOLUTION LEFT IN SYSTEM COULD CREATE HEALTH HAZARD.
RESIDUAL
H. Draw drinks to refill lines and flush the chlorine solution from the dispenser.
NOTE
Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only with the
end use product. This is an NSF requirement.
I.
3.3
Taste the beverage to verify that there is no off taste.
ALTERNATE CLEANING AND SANITIZING AGENTS
The above approach to cleaning and sanitizing is strongly recommended. However, the Division
Quality Assurance Manager may approve the following cleaning and sanitizing agents.
A. Chlorinated alkaline detergents. These compounds may be used as the cleaning agent, but
may not be used as combined cleaner/sanitizer.
B. Iodophors may be substituted for chlorine as the sanitizing agent.
CAUTION
IODOPHORS AND QUATERNARY AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS (QUATS) ARE BROAD CLASSES
OF COMPOUNDS. SOME MEMBERS OF EACH GROUP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PROBLEMS
WITH FOAMING, DISTORTION OR DISCOLORATION OF POLYMERIC PARTS, POOR
RINSIBILITY, AND OFF-TASTE. THE RINSIBILITY AND OFF-TASTE PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN
ESPECIALLY PREVALENT WITH QUATS. BECAUSE OF THE POTENTIAL PROBLEMS,
APPROVAL MUST BE GRANTED BY THE DIVISION QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER TO
SPECIFIC COMPOUNDS. THIS APPROVAL SHOULD BE BASED UPON TESTING IN THE
LABORATORY.
C. Quaternary ammonium compounds may be used as a combined cleaner-sanitizer but are
generally not recommended. These compounds are not to be utilized at concentrations
exceeding 100 PPM (100 mg/L), or that concentration specified in local regulations, which ever
is lower.
3.4
VALVES
A. LEV® Valves may be cleaned and sanitized (see preparation in Sections 3.1 or 3.2) in the same
manner.
NOTE
Refer to the current revision level of Lancer Installation and Service Manual 28-0027 for
complete information on the LEV®.
WARNING
FLUSH SANITIZING SOLUTION FROM SYRUP SYSTEMS AS INSTRUCTED. RESIDUAL
SANITIZING SOLUTION LEFT IN SYSTEM COULD CREATE HEALTH HAZARD.
1. Remove cover and disconnect power so the valve will not be activated during the cleaning
9
procedure. Remove nozzle and diffuser. Wash these parts in cleaning solution; then
immerse them in a bath of sanitizing solution for 15 minutes.
NOTE
Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only
with the end use product. This is an NSF requirement.
2. Visually inspect around nozzle area for syrup residue. This area may be cleaned with warm
water and cloth or with the nozzle brush supplied. Wipe off dispensing lever (if valve is so
equipped).
3. Wearing sanitary gloves, remove, drain and air dry the nozzle and diffuser.
4. Wearing sanitary gloves, replace diffuser, twist nozzle in place.
5 Connect power and replace cover. Valve is ready for operation.
B. Volumetric Valve Cleaning and Sanitizing Procedures
NOTE
The Volumetric Valve is an optional valve with the Delta III Dispenser. See Lancer
Maintenance Manual 28-0301/02 for complete information on the Volumetric Valve.
1. Daily Nozzle/Diffuser Cleaning (See Figure 4)
Use the following procedures to clean the nozzle, and the
diffuser assembly, each day:
a. Remove nozzle by twisting it counter-clockwise and
pulling it down.
b. Pull the diffuser assembly down to remove it from the
valve.
c. Wash the nozzle and diffuser with warm water.
d. If needed, apply 111 lubricant to the o-ring on the
diffuser assembly. Then, carefully press it into the
diffuser mounting area on the underside of the valve.
e. Make certain the nozzle o-ring, is in place around the
nozzle mounting area on the valve. If necessary,
slide a new nozzle o-ring onto the nozzle mounting
area.
f. Install the nozzle by inserting it into the bottom plate
and twisting it clockwise to lock it in place.
Diffuser
Assembly
Nozzle
Nozzle/Diffuser
Figure 4
2. Monthly Nozzle/Diffuser Sanitizing
Use the following procedures to clean and sanitize the nozzle and the diffuser assembly
once a month.
a. Cleaning Solution
(1) Prepare a caustic-based (low sudsing, non-perfumed, and easily rinsed) detergent
solution and clean, potable water at a temperature of 90° to 110°F. The cleaning
solution should be 2% sodium hydroxide.
b. Sanitizing Solution
(1) Prepare a chlorine solution (less than pH 7.0) containing 50 PPM available chlorine
with clean, potable water at a temperature of 90° to 110°F. Any sanitizing solution
may be used as long as it is prepared in accordance with the manufacturer’s
written recommendations and safety guidelines, and provides 50 PPM available
chlorine.
c.
Cleaning Procedure
CAUTION
BE CAREFUL NOT TO GET SANITIZING SOLUTION ON THE CIRCUIT BOARD.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Disconnect power, so the valve will not be inadvertently activated while cleaning.
Remove nozzle by twisting it counter-clockwise and pulling it down.
Pull the diffuser assembly down to remove it from the valve.
Wash the nozzle and diffuser with the cleaning solution.
10
(5) Immerse the nozzle and diffuser in a bath of the sanitizing solution for 15 minutes.
(6) While the parts are in the sanitizing solution, visually inspect around the nozzle
mounting area on the valve for syrup residue. Using a cloth or nozzle brush and
warm water, clean this area.
(7) Wipe off the dispensing lever (if so equipped) and any other areas that may have
been splashed by syrup.
(8) Wearing sanitary gloves, remove, drain, and air dry the nozzle and diffuser.
(9) Wearing sanitary gloves, carefully press the diffuser into the mounting area on the
underside of the valve.
(10) Make certain the nozzle o-ring, is in place around the nozzle mounting area on the
valve. If necessary, slide a new nozzle o-ring onto the nozzle mounting area.
(Wear sanitary gloves while handling the o-ring.)
(11) Wearing sanitary gloves, install the nozzle by inserting it into the bottom plate and
twisting it clockwise to lock it in place.
(12) Connect power and replace cover. Valve is ready for operation.
(13) Draw drinks to flush residual sanitizing solution. Taste the beverage to verify that
there is no off taste. If an off taste is found, additional flushing may be required.
NOTE
Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment.
Purge only with the end use product. This is an NSF requirement.
3. Valve and System Sanitizing
a. The complete valve and dispenser system must be sanitized during initial installation.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions when scheduling and conducting dispenser
sanitizing. The valve must be sanitized once every two weeks. The valve may remain
on the dispensing tower during the sanitizing process.
b. For syrup side line priming, and cleaning and sanitization procedures, refer to the Syrup
Purge Plug (Lancer PN 52-1912) in Section 3.4.C which follows.
C. Syrup Purge Plug (See Figure 5)
1. The Syrup Purge Plug (PN 52-1912), places the valve in continuous syrup side operation.
The targeted uses for the purge plug consist of priming the syrup line on an initial Volumetric
Valve install, and for cleaning and sanitization of the syrup side of the dispensing unit.
2. Operation of the syrup purge plug is as follows:
NOTE
With a standard 75 VA transformer, up to six (6) Volumetric Valves can be operated in the
syrup purge mode simultaneously.
a. Turn off electrical power to all valves.
b. Install syrup purge plugs into the valve or valves
to be primed or sanitized. The syrup purge plug
installs in the ten-pin connector of the Volumetric
Valve circuit board.
c. Turn on electrical power to the valves. At this
time, the syrup side of the valves will begin
continuous operation.
d. When through with the priming or sanitization
operation, syrup purge operation can be stopped
in either of two ways:
GE
UR
2
91
2-1
PP
U
YR
S
5
Syrup Purge Plug, Volumetric Valve
Figure 5
Method 1: Turn off electrical power to all valves, remove syrup purge plugs from the
valves. Turn on electrical power to all valves. Tap valve lever or push button to ensure
proper operation of all valves.
Method 2: Remove syrup purge plug from the valves while they are in purge
operation. In this case, the valve may continue in the purge mode for up to six (6)
seconds after removal of the plug (this is normal). Tap valve lever or push button to
ensure proper operation of all valves.
11
3.5
CLEANING AND SANITIZING BAG-IN-BOX (BIB) SYSTEMS
A. Disconnect syrup quick disconnect coupling from syrup packages and connect coupling to a bag
valve removed from an empty Bag-in-Box package.
B. Place end of syrup inlet line, with bag valve attached, in a clean container filled with clean,
potable, room temperature water.
C. Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve until water is
dispensed. Flush and rinse line and fittings for a minimum of 60 seconds to remove all traces
of residual product.
NOTE
Extended lengths of product lines may require additional time for flushing and rinsing lines.
D. Prepare cleaning solution as described in Section 3.1.C above. Place end of syrup inlet line in
container filled with cleaning solution.
E. Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve and draw cleaning
solution through lines for a minimum of 60 seconds. This will ensure line is flushed and filled
with cleaning solution. Allow line to stand for at least 30 minutes.
F. Place end of syrup inlet line in a clean container filled with clean, potable, water at a
temperature of 90° to 110°F.
G. Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve to flush and rinse line
and fittings for a minimum of 60 seconds to remove all traces of cleaning solution. Continue
rinsing until testing with phenolpthalein shows that the rinse water is free of residual detergent.
H. Prepare sanitizing solution as described in Section 3.1.D above. Place end of syrup inlet line in
container filled with sanitizing solution which has been prepared.
I. Activate valve and draw sanitizing solution through line for a minimum of 60 seconds. This will
ensure line is flushed and filled with sanitizing solution. Allow line to stand for at least
30 minutes.
J. Remove bag valve from quick disconnect coupling and reconnect syrup inlet line to syrup
package. Ready unit for operation.
WARNING
FLUSH SANITIZING SOLUTION FROM SYRUP SYSTEMS AS INSTRUCTED.
SANITIZING SOLUTION LEFT IN SYSTEM COULD CREATE HEALTH HAZARD.
RESIDUAL
K. Draw drinks and refill lines with end product to flush sanitizing solution from the dispenser.
NOTE
Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only with
the end use product. This is an NSF requirement.
L. Test dispenser in normal manner for proper operation. Taste dispensed product to ensure there
is no off-taste. If off-taste is found, additional flushing of syrup system may be required.
M. Repeat cleaning, rinsing, and sanitizing procedures for each valve circuit.
3.6
CLEANING AND SANITIZING FIGAL SYSTEMS
A. Remove quick disconnect from syrup tank.
CAUTION
DO NOT USE A WIRE BRUSH TO CLEAN VALVES.
B. Using a clean plastic bristle brush and a detergent soap solution prepared in accordance with
the instructions in Section 3.1.C, scrub both valves of the disconnect. Rinse with clean, potable
water.
C. Using a mechanical spray bottle and a sanitizing solution prepared in accordance with the
instructions in Section 3.1.D, spray both halves of the quick disconnects. Allow to air dry.
NOTE
Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only with
the end use product. This is an NSF requirement.
D. Connect syrup line to a syrup tank filled with clean, potable, room temperature water. Connect
CO2 supply hose to tank and pressurize.
12
E. Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve until water is
dispensed. Flush and rinse line and fittings for a minimum of 60 seconds to remove all traces
of residual product.
NOTE
Extended lengths of product lines may require additional time for flushing and rinsing lines.
WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, DO NOT ATTEMPT
TO REMOVE SYRUP TANK COVER UNTIL CO2 PRESSURE HAS BEEN RELEASED FROM
TANK.
F. Disconnect CO2 supply hose from the water filled syrup tank.
G. Prepare cleaning solution as described in Section 3.1.C above. Fill a tank with cleaning
solution. Connect syrup line to the tank. Connect CO2 supply hose to tank and pressurize.
H. Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve and draw cleaning
solution through lines for a minimum of 60 seconds. This will ensure line is flushed and filled
with cleaning solution. Allow line to stand for at least 30 minutes.
NOTE
Extended lengths of product lines may require additional time for flushing and filling lines.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
Disconnect CO2 supply hose from the tank.
Connect syrup line to a tank filled with clean, potable, water at a temperature of 90° to 110°F.
Connect CO2 supply hose to tank and pressurize.
Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve to flush and rinse line
and fittings for a minimum of 60 seconds to remove all traces of cleaning solution. Continue
rinsing until testing with phenolpthalein shows that the rinse water is free of residual detergent.
Disconnect CO2 supply hose from the tank.
Fill a tank with sanitizing solution prepared as described in Section 3.1.D above. Connect syrup
line to the tank. Connect CO2 supply hose to tank and pressurize.
Remove dispensing valve nozzle (twist and pull down) and pull out center mixing baffle. Using
a plastic bristle brush and detergent soap solution, scrub the nozzle, mixing baffle, bottom of
dispensing valve, and cup lever. Rinse with clean water.
Reassemble mixing baffle and nozzle.
WARNING
FLUSH SANITIZING SOLUTION FROM SYRUP SYSTEMS AS INSTRUCTED.
SANITIZING SOLUTION LEFT IN SYSTEM COULD CREATE HEALTH HAZARD.
RESIDUAL
P. Place waste container under applicable dispensing valve. Activate valve and draw sanitizing
solution through line for a minimum of 60 seconds. This will ensure line is flushed and filled with
sanitizing solution. Allow line to stand for at least 30 minutes.
Q. Disconnect CO2 supply hose from the tank.
R. Reconnect syrup lines to syrup containers (for example, quick disconnects, figal containers, etc.)
and ready unit for operation.
S. Draw drinks and refill lines with end product to flush sanitizing solution from the dispenser.
NOTE
Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only with the
end use product. This is an NSF requirement.
T.
Test dispenser in normal manner for proper operation. Taste dispensed product to ensure there
is no off-taste. If off-taste is found, additional flushing of syrup system may be required.
U. Repeat cleaning, rinsing, and sanitizing procedures for each valve/syrup circuit.
V. Clean exterior of unit as instructed in Section 2.1.
W. Using a spray bottle of sanitizing solution, spray the underside of all dispenser valves, valve
spouts and cup levers. Allow to air dry.
NOTE
Thoroughly rinse inside and outside of syrup tank that was used for sanitizing solution with plain
water to remove all solution residue.
13
4. CONVERTING FROM EXTERNAL PRESSURIZED SYRUP SUPPLY TO BIB WITH BUILT-IN SYRUP
PUMPS
This conversion can be accomplished. Contact Lancer for parts and instructions.
5. CONVERTING FROM BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS TO REMOTE PUMPS OR SYRUP TANKS
5.1
REMOVING EXISTING BUILT-IN SYRUP PUMPS
Shutoff open
Shutoff closed
Figure 6
A. Disconnect the unit from the power supply and remove the bonnet.
B. Loosen the valve cover retaining screws and remove the valve covers.
C. Shut off the water supply to each Valve by turning the water shutoff knob (located on the left
hand side of the valve mounting block) clockwise until it stops (see Figure 6).
D. Prepare three to four (3 to 4) gallons of warm water in a suitable open container.
E. Disconnect the syrup supply lines from the BIB syrup supply, assemble a BIB adapter to the end
of each line, and place the line in the container of warm water.
F. Open each dispensing valve until the water flowing from the valve shows no discoloration due
to syrup.
G. Remove the syrup supply lines from the warm water and open each dispensing valve to purge
the water from the system.
H. Turn off the CO2 supply to the unit and disconnect the CO2 supply line from CO2 inlet fitting on
the built-in pump package.
I. Disconnect the syrup inlet lines from the built-in syrup pumps and remove them from the unit.
J. Disconnect the pump’s syrup outlet lines from the unit’s syrup inlet fittings.
K. Remove 1/8 inch barbed carbonator CO2 check valve, if one is present.
L. Remove the four (4) sheet metal screws that secure the pump assembly to the carbonator deck
and remove the pump assembly from the unit.
M. Remove braided inlet tubes and elbow. It will be necessary to cut the securing Oetiker clamps.
5.2
INSTALLING REMOTE PUMP OR SYRUP TANKS
A. Install new 1/4 inch male flare CO2 carbonator check valve.
B. Connect the CO2 supply line to the carbonator check valve.
C. Connect the syrup outlet line from each remote pump to the appropriate syrup inlet fitting on the
unit using a 1/4 inch Oetiker clamp.
NOTE
Each 1/4 inch braided syrup tube will be looped from the inlet line to the remote pumps. Take
caution not to bend, crimp, or kink the 1/4 inch tube at the loop. It may be necessary to use a
tie wrap.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
Make all necessary connections on remote pump system or syrup tank.
Turn on water (25 to 50 PSIG) and CO2 (70 to 80 PSIG) supply.
Open each valve until syrup flow is established and check all connections for leaks.
Replace the bonnet and reconnect the unit to the power supply.
Open the water supply to each valve and replace the valve covers.
Brix the valves if necessary. (Refer to Sections 1.17 and 1.18 of this manual.)
14
NOTES
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE
Refer to the current revision levels of Lancer Installation and Service Manual 28-0027 for complete
troubleshooting information for LEV® valves and/or Lancer Maintenance Manual 28-0301 for complete
troubleshooting information for the Volumetric Valve.
TROUBLE
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
CAUSE
REMEDY
Water leakage around
A. Damaged or improperly
nozzle.
installed o-ring above diffuser.
Leakage between upper A. Gap between upper and
and lower valve bodies.
lower valve bodies.
B. Worn or damaged paddle
arm assemblies.
Miscellaneous leakage. A. Gap between parts.
Insufficient water flow.
Insufficient syrup flow.
Erratic ratio.
B. Damaged or improperly
installed o-rings.
A. Insufficient incoming supply
water pressure.
B. Shutoff on mounting block
not fully open.
C. Foreign debris in water flow
control.
D. Foreign debris in water pump
strainer
A. Insufficient CO2 pressure to
BIB pumps.
B. Shutoff on mounting block
not fully open.
C. Foreign debris in syrup flow
control.
A. Incoming water and/or syrup
supply not at minimum
flowing pressure.
B. Foreign debris in water
and/or syrup flow controls.
15
A. If damaged, replace. If improperly
installed, adjust.
A. Tighten all six (6) retaining screws.
B. Replace paddle arm assemblies.
A. Tighten appropriate retaining
screws.
B. Replace or adjust appropriate
o-rings.
A. Verify incoming supply water
pressure is a minimum of 25 PSI.
B. Open shutoff fully.
C. Remove water flow control from
upper body and clean out any
foreign material to ensure smooth
free spool movement.
D. Remove water pump strainer and
clean
A. Adjust CO2 pressure to 80 PSI
(minimum 70 PSI) for BIB pumps.
B. Open shutoff fully.
C. Remove syrup flow control from
upper body and clean out any
foreign material to ensure smooth
free spool movement.
A. Check pressure and adjust.
B. Remove flow controls from upper
body clean out any foreign
material to ensure smooth free
spool movement.
TROUBLE
6.7
No product dispensed.
CAUSE
REMEDY
A. Water and syrup shutoffs on
mounting block not fully open.
B. The key switch on an electric
valve is in the OFF position.
C. Cup lever arm or ID panel
actuator on electric valve is
not actuating the switch.
D. Electric current not reaching
electric valve.
E. Improper or inadequate water
or syrup supply.
F.
6.8
Water only dispensed;
no syrup; or syrup only
dispensed; no water.
Transformer failure.
A. Water or syrup shutoff on
mounting block not fully open.
B. Improper or inadequate water
or syrup supply.
C. BIB supply too far from
dispenser.
D. CO2 pressure too low.
6.9
No water just syrup.
(Ice bank grew to water
inlet line to carbonator
tank.)
E. Stalled or inoperative BIB
pump.
F. Kinked line.
A. Low water bath level.
B. Unit not level.
C. Syrup in water bath.
D. Water cage is out of position.
E. Refrigerant leak.
F.
Check water supply.
G. Carbonator timed out.
6.10 Valve will not shut off.
6.11 Syrup only dispensed.
No water, but CO2 gas
dispensed with syrup.
H. PCB malfunctioning.
A. Cup lever may be sticking or
binding.
B. Switch not actuating freely.
C. Solenoid armature not
returning to bottom position.
A. Improper water flow to
dispenser.
B. Carbonator pump motor has
timed out.
C. Liquid level probe not
connected properly to PCB.
Section 6.11 continued on next page
16
A. Open shutoffs fully.
B. Turn key switch to ON position.
C. Repair.
D. Check electric current supplied to
valve. If current is adequate, check
solenoid coil and switch, and
replace if necessary.
E. Remove valve from mounting block
and open shutoffs slightly and
check water and syrup supply. If
no supply, check dispenser for
freeze up or other problems.
F. Reset transformer circuit breaker.
If breaker trips again, refer to
section 6.23.
A. Open shutoff fully.
B. Remove valve from mounting block
and open shutoffs slightly and
check water and syrup supply. If
no supply, check dispenser for
freeze-up or other problems.
Ensure BIB connection is engaged.
C. Check that BIB supply is within
six (6) feet of the dispenser.
D. Check the CO2 pressure to the
pump manifold to ensure it is
between 70 and 80 PSI.
E. Check CO2 pressure and/or
replace pump.
F. Remove kink or replace line.
A. Add water until it flows from
overflow tube.
B. Level unit and add water.
C. Melt ice bank. Remove all water.
Refill. Locate possible syrup leak
area and repair.
D. Reposition water cage.
E. Find leak and recharge unit. (If
unit is not frozen.)
F. Turn water ON and shut unit OFF,
then ON, to reset carbonator.
G. Turn unit OFF then ON to reset
carbonator.
H. Refer to Section 7.
A. Correct or replace lever.
B. Check switch for free actuation.
C. Replace defective armature or
spring.
A. Check for water flow to dispenser
(see 6.4).
B. Reset by turning the unit OFF and
and then ON (by using the ON/OFF
switch on top of the unit or
unplugging unit momentarily).
C. Check connections of liquid level
probe to PCB assembly.
TROUBLE
CAUSE
REMEDY
Section 6.11 continued from previous page
D. Faulty PCB assembly.
E. Faulty liquid level probe.
F. Water bath frozen.
6.12 Excessive foaming.
G. Water line frozen.
A. Incoming water or syrup
temperature too high.
B. CO2 pressure too high.
C. Water flow rate too high.
D. Replace PCB assembly.
E. Replace liquid level probe.
F. Thaw water bath and repair faulty
component. (See refrigeration
related symptoms.)
G. Refer to 6.14 listed below.
A. Correct prior to dispenser.
Consider larger dispenser or
pre-cooler.
B. Adjust CO2 pressure downward,
but not less than 70 PSI.
C. Readjust and reset ratio. Refer to
Section 1.17.
D. Remove and reinstall properly.
D. Nozzle and diffuser not
installed.
E. Nozzle and diffuser not clean. E. Remove and clean.
F. Air in BIB lines.
F. Bleed air from BIB lines.
G. Poor quality ice.
G. Check quality of ice used in drink.
H. High beverage temperature.
H. Check refrigeration system.
6.13 Water continually
A. Loose water connection(s).
A. Tighten water connections.
overflows from water
B. Flare seal washer leaks.
B. Replace flare seal washer.
bath into drip tray.
C. Faulty water coil.
C. Replace water coil.
6.14 Compressor starts and
A. PCB malfunctioning or faulty
A. Refer to Section 7.
continues to run until
ice bank probe.
freeze up and will not
B. Ice bank probe positioned
B. Check positioning of ice bank
cut off.
improperly.
probe, and replace if needed.
C. Ice bank probe shorted to ground. C. Replace ice bank probe.
NOTE: First check to ensure that the 3 minute carbonator timer has not timed out. Turn unit off and then
on. If the pump shuts off in less than 30 seconds the dispenser is not frozen.
6.15 Warm drinks.
A. Restricted airflow.
B. Dispenser connected to hot
water supply.
C. Refrigeration system not
running.
D. Refrigerant leak.
E. Condenser fan motor not
working.
F. Dirty condenser.
G. Dispenser capacity exceeded.
6.16 Compressor does not
start (no hum),
condenser fan motor
does not run, and no
ice bank.
A. Check clearances around sides,
top, and inlet of unit. Remove
objects blocking airflow through
grill.
B. Switch to cold water supply.
C. Refer to 6.16 - 6.20.
D. Repair and recharge.
E. Replace condenser fan motor.
F. Clean condenser.
G. Add pre-cooler or replace with
larger dispenser.
A. Allow for five (5) minute delay to
lapse.
A. There is a five (5) minute
compressor and condenser
fan delay.
B. Ice bank probe not
B. Fill water reservoir until water flows
completely submerged.
from overflow tube.
C. Circuit breaker or fuse tripped. C. Reset breaker or replace fuse. If
problem persists:
1. Determine reason and correct.
2. Electrical circuit overloaded;
switch to another circuit.
D. Inadequate voltage.
D. Measure voltage across common
and run terminal on compressor.
Voltage must not drop below 90%
of rated voltage.
E. PCB malfunctioning.
E. See Section 7.
F. Incorrect wiring.
F. Refer to wiring diagram and
correct.
G. Faulty ice bank probe.
G. Replace ice bank probe.
Section 6.16 continued on next page
17
TROUBLE
CAUSE
REMEDY
Section 6.16 continued from previous page
H. Transformer failure.
I.
6.17 Compressor does not
start (no hum), but
condenser fan motor
runs.
Ice bank probe not connected
properly to PCB.
A. Compressor relay or overload
malfunctioning.
B. Inadequate voltage.
C.
6.18 Compressor does not
start but hums.
D.
A.
B.
C.
D.
6.19 Compressor starts but
A.
does not switch off start
winding (will run for only B.
a few seconds before
internal overload
C.
switches compressor
off).
6.20 Compressor starts and
runs a short time but
shuts off on overload.
A.
B.
C.
D.
6.21 Compressor runs
normally, but water
line is frozen.
E.
F.
G.
A.
B.
C.
D.
6.22 Compressor cycles on
and off frequently during
the initial pulldown and/
or normal operations.
6.23 Circuit breaker tripping.
A.
B.
C.
H. Reset transformer circuit breaker. If
breaker pops again, refer to
Section 6.25.
I. Connect ice bank probe to PCB.
A. Replace compressor relay or
overload.
B. Measure voltage across common
and run terminal on compressor.
Voltage must not drop below 90%
of rated voltage.
Incorrect wiring.
C. Refer to wiring diagram and
correct.
Compressor malfunctioning.
D. Replace compressor.
Inadequate voltage.
A. Measure voltage across common
and run terminal on compressor.
Voltage must not drop below 90%
of rated voltage.
Incorrect wiring.
B. Refer to wiring diagram and
correct.
Starting relay malfunctioning.
C. Replace starting relay. Be sure to
use correct relay. Failure to use
correct relay will cause compressor
failure.
Compressor malfunctioning.
D. Replace compressor or deck.
Inadequate voltage.
A. Measure voltage across common
and run terminal on compressor.
Incorrect wiring.
B. Refer to wiring diagram and
correct.
Starting relay malfunctioning.
C. Replace starting relay. Be sure to
use correct relay. Failure to use
correct relay will cause compressor
failure.
Dirty condenser.
A. Clean the condenser.
Insufficient or blocked air flow. B. Remove all obstructions and allow
for minimum clearances of 8 inches
(203 mm) over top.
Inadequate voltage.
C. Measure voltage across common
and run terminal on compressor.
Voltage must not drop below 90%
of rated voltage.
Incorrect wiring.
D. Refer to wiring diagram and
correct.
Defective condenser fan motor. E. Replace condenser fan motor.
Refrigerant leak.
F. Repair and recharge.
Compressor malfunctioning.
G. Replace compressor.
Low water level in water bath. A. Add water to water bath until water
runs out of overflow into drip tray.
Syrup in water bath.
B. Drain water from water bath and
refill with clean water.
Water cage is out of position. C. Reposition water cage.
Low refrigerant charge or
D. Find and repair leak. Recharge
slow refrigerant leak
system.
PCB malfunctioning
A. See Section 7.
Defective probe.
B. Replace probe.
Weak Overload.
C. Replace Overload.
A. Valve wire harness shorted to
itself or to faucet plate.
Section 6.23 continued on next page
18
A. Detect short by disconnecting input
faston to keylock and single pin
connector. Restore power if
breaker doesn’t trip. Then valve
wire harness is shorted. If OK,
re-connect.
TROUBLE
CAUSE
REMEDY
Section 6.23 continued from previous page
B. PCB is bad.
C. Secondary wire harness is.
bad
D. Transformer failure.
6.24 BIB pump does not
operate when
dispensing valve is
opened.
6.25 BIB pump operated,
but no flow.
6.26 BIB pump continues to
operate when bag is
empty.
6.27 BIB pump fails to restart
after bag replacement.
6.28 BIB pump fails to stop
when dispensing valve
is closed.
A. Out of CO2, CO2 not turned
on, or low CO2 pressure.
B.
C.
D.
A.
B.
A.
B.
A.
B.
C.
A.
B.
C.
6.29 No product out light.
A.
B.
6.30 Low or no carbonation.
A.
Out of syrup.
BIB connector not tight.
Kinks in syrup or gas lines.
Leak in syrup inlet or outlet
line.
Defective BIB pump check
valve.
Leak in suction line.
Leaking o-ring on pump inlet
fitting.
BIB connector not on tight.
BIB connector is stopped up.
Kinks in syrup line.
Leak in discharge line or
fittings.
Empty BIB.
Air leak on inlet line or bag
connector.
Burned-out lamp.
Faulty wiring or pressure
switch in product line.
Low or no CO2.
B. Excessive water pressure.
C. Worn or defective carbonator
pump.
D. PCB malfunctioning.
B. Detect short by disconnecting J1
connector (24 VAC input) from
PCB. Restore power, if breaker
doesn’t trip. Then replace PCB. If
breaker does trip, then PCB is OK.
Reconnect J1 connector.
C. If it does not trip, locate short in
secondary harness between transformer, PCB, and valve wire
harness.
D. Detect short by disconnecting both
transformer fastons and restore
power. If breaker does trip,
replace transformer.
A. Replace CO2 supply, turn on CO2
supply, or adjust CO2 pressure to
70-80 PSI.
B. Replace syrup supply.
C. Fasten connector tightly.
D. Straighten or replace lines.
A. Replace line.
B. Replace BIB pump.
A. Replace line.
B. Replace o-ring.
A.
B.
C.
A.
Tighten BIB connector.
Clean out or replace BIB connector.
Straighten or replace line.
Repair or replace discharge line.
B. Replace BIB.
C. Repair or replace.
A. Replace lamp.
B. Repair or replace.
A. Check CO2 supply. Adjust CO2
pressure to 70 PSI.
B. Water regulator should be set at
50 PSI.
C. Replace carbonator pump.
D. See Section 7.
7. TROUBLE SHOOTING THE LANCER ELECTRONIC ICE BANK CONTROL (EIBC)
7.1
CHECKING FOR NORMAL PCB OPERATION
A. Turn power OFF or insure that power has been disconnected from dispenser.
B. Check condition of 0.5 amp fuse at location shown in diagram. If fuse is blown, trace cause of
short in valve wire harness and associated 24 VAC lines and replace fuse. If fuse is good,
continue with troubleshooting of PCB.
WARNING
TERMINAL BLOCK HAS AC LINE VOLTAGE AND SHOULD BE COVERED WITH TAPE. TAPE
SHOULD COVER BARE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
C. Disconnect leads from the terminal block that connect to the PCB, noting their specific location
for reconnection.
D. Disconnect both the Ice Bank probe (J2) and the Carbonator probe (J3) (if equipped)
19
connections from board (see Figure 6).
E. Use a short copper wire, paper clip, or other means to short the Ice Bank probe terminals (J2)
on the PCB by touching all three (3) pins together.
F. Set Ohm test meter to measure continuity.
G. Reconnect power or turn dispenser ON. Observe time and check continuity of the PCB screw
lug connections (see Figure 6).
1. The following should be observed:
a. Terminal 3 to 4 (Carbonator): During the first 2.5 to 3.5 minutes, there should be
continuity. After 2.5 to 3.5 minutes, there should be NO continuity.
b. Terminal 2 to 1 (Compressor): During the first 4 to 6 minutes, there should be
NO continuity. After 4 to 6 minutes, there should be continuity. Remove wire from
J2 connector. There should be NO continuity from 2 to 1.
c. You should be able to hear the “click” sound of the relay closing when the time delays
end.
H. Turn electrical power OFF for 15 seconds and then back ON again to reset Carbonator timer.
Again, measure continuity of the PCB screw lug connections.
1. Terminal 3 to 4: There should be continuity. Use a short copper wire, paper clip, or other
means to short the Carbonator probe terminals (J3) on the PCB by touching all three (3)
pins together. This should be done before the
SHORT OUT PINS
2.5 to 3.5 minute time limit has elapsed.
Measure the continuity again between Terminal
3 to 4: There should be NO continuity.
I.
If all the above work as noted, then the board is
functioning properly. Remove tape and reconnect
board. If any non-conformities are found, the PCB
must be replaced (PN 52-1423/01).
ICE BANK PROBE
TERMINAL
CARBONATOR
PROBE TERMINAL
24VAC
NOTES:
J2
J1
0.5 AMP
FUSE
J3
J4
CARB
RELAY
SPARE FUSE
(NEWER UNITS
ONLY)
COMP
RELAY
TERM4
TERM3
TERM2
TERM1
CARB
IN
CARB
OUT
COMP
IN
COMP
OUT
TAPE
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
TERMINAL BLOCK
Figure 6
20
21
33
34
32
34
33
35
36
25
24
32
31
37
12
12 38 12
39D
39F
40A
40B
40
40C
39A
39G
39B 39E
13
22
21
39C
23
39
3
19
20F
3
4
26
2
17
27
29
6
7
28
17D 17E
17G
FROM
E
LIN
17F
17A
17B
14
17C
D
LOA
EVAPORATOR
9
45
16
30
1
18
8
48
42
43
12
41
5
15
10
11
12
8.1
44
20E
20D
20C
20B
20A
20
8. ILLUSTRATIONS, PARTS LISTINGS, WIRING DIAGRAMS, AND PLUMBING DIAGRAMS
REFRIGERATION DECK ASSEMBLY
8.1
REFRIGERATION DECK ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
ITEM PART NO.
-
82-2554
-
82-2486
-
82-2633
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
-
51-5496
50-0200/01
04-0063
89-0014
82-2494-01
82-2494
52-1773
04-0394
51-0068
04-0574
REF
52-0900/02
-
52-0903/02
11
12
13
14
15
16
06-2221
04-0504
06-0080-01
52-1209
02-0041
25-0047
-
25-0048
17
R 17a
17b
17c
17d
17e
17f
17g
18
19
20
82-2558
82-2487
82-2761
05-0495/01
91-0119
91-0112
91-0130
06-0633
06-0634
06-2191
04-0059
30-5113/01
02-0032
05-1437
02-0040
04-0032
83-0033
-
83-0034
-
83-0038
20a 83-0033-01
-
83-0034-01
20b
20c
20d
20e
04-1010
12-0339
12-0290
12-0253
12-0005
12-0031
12-0028
13-0066
DESCRIPTION
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
20f 03-0040
R 20g 03-0041
20h 12-0260
Bale Strap
Overload Spring (Not Shown)
Start Capacitor, 220V/60Hz
(Not Shown)
21 02-0114
Grommet, Compressor
22 04-0537
Washer, Compressor
23 03-0150
Clip, Retainer, Compressor
24 47-0344
Tube, Process
25 47-0718
Tube, Compressor Discharge
26 47-0724
Tube, Return Line
27 51-0061
Accumulator
28 50-0211
Boot
29 50-0205
Insulation
30 50-0159
Insulation
31 23-0985
Condenser
32 50-0201
Baffle, Rubber
33 30-5112
Retainer Strip
34 04-0518
Rivet, 0.125" X 0.328"
35 30-5867
Handle/Air Shield
36 51-5697
Fan Shroud, Upper
37 50-0249
Insulation, Strip
38 30-5866
Fan Shroud, Lower
39 52-2146
Fan Assy, 115V/60Hz
52-2147
Fan Assy, 220V/50-60Hz
39a 91-0007
Motor Assy, 115V/60Hz, 9W
91-0009
Motor Assy, 220V/50-60Hz, 9W
39b 07-0354
Fan Blade
39c 04-0060
Nut, Flat
39d 30-5864
Bracket, Fan Motor
R 39e 02-0413
Silencer, Fan Blade
39f 04-0059
Screw, 8 - 36 X 0.375"
39g 06-0433/01 Label, 115V/60Hz, 9W
06-0670
Label, 220V/50-60Hz, 9W
40 23-0765
Dryer Cap Assy
40a 23-0982
Dryer Cap
40b 47-0344
Tube, Process
40c 47-0698
Tube, Condenser, Out
41 52-2008
Harness Assembly, Transformer
42 04-0110
Nut, 8-32
43 04-0576
Washer, Lock, Internal Tooth
44 06-0430
Label, 115V/60 Hz, 1/3 HP
06-0460
Label, 230V/50 Hz, 1/3 HP
06-0666
Label, 240V/60 Hz, 1/3 HP
45 06-0877
Label, Ground
11-0018
Wire Tie
15-0012
Duct Tape
15-0011
Adhesive, Insulation
95-0177
Refrigerant, R-134a
96-0004
Solder, 60/40
96-0003
Brazing Alloy
26-0377
Capacitor, 230V/50Hz (For use with
PN 91-0065)
26-0374
Capacitor, 115V/60Hz (For use with
PN 91-0063)
Deck Assy, Refrigeration,
115V/60Hz
Deck Assy, Refrigeration,
230V/50Hz
Deck Assy, Refrigeration,
220V/60Hz
Deck Plate, Sub-Assy
Insulation, Deck Plate
Washer, Flat, 1/4”
Hole Cover
Evaporator Assy, 115V/60Hz
Evaporator Assy, 230V/50Hz
Probe Assy
Screw, 6 - 32 X .500”
Handle
Washer, Lock, 5/16”
Control Housing Assy
Control Housing Assy
with Kill Switch
Control Housing Assy
without Kill Switch
Label, Wiring Diagram
Screw, 8 - 18 X .375”
Label, Nameplate
Lead Assy, Ground
Seal
Transformer, 75VA, 24V,
115V/60Hz
Transformer, 75VA, 24V,
220V/50-60Hz
Agitator Assy, 115V/60Hz
Agitator Assy, 230V/50Hz
Agitator Assy, 220V/60Hz
Propeller, 2.062” Diameter
Motor, Agitator, 115V/60Hz
Motor, Agitator, 230V/50Hz
Motor, Agitator, 220V/60Hz
Label, 115V/60Hz, 25W
Label, 230V/50Hz, 25W
Label, 220V/60Hz, 25W
Screw, 8 - 36 X .375”
Bracket, Agitator Motor
Washer, Rubber
Propeller, Water
Seal, Extrusion
Nut, Lock, 1/4” - 20
Compressor Assy, 1/3 hp,
115V/60Hz (includes items
listed below)
Compressor Assy, 1/3 hp,
240-220V/50Hz
Compressor Assy, 1/3 hp,
220V/60Hz
Compressor, 1/3 hp,
115V/60Hz
Compressor, 1/3 hp,
240-220V/50Hz
Screw, Brass, 6 - 32 X 0.250”
Overload, 115V/60Hz
Overload, 230V/50Hz
Overload, 220V/60Hz
Relay, 115V/60Hz
Relay, 230V/50Hz
Relay, 220V/60Hz
Cover, Terminal
R in margin indicates change or revision
22
8.2
STANDARD CABINET ASSEMBLY
33
34
32
29
30
36
29
28
31
3
1
4
2
9
18
35
5
9
26
12
15
7
16
27
20
6
9
25
8
24
11
19
10
®
13
14
21
22
9
22
17
9
23
23
23
8.2
ITEM
STANDARD CABINET ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
PART NO. DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
-
82-2551
51-5629/02
30-7353/02
REF
52-1214
-
52-1215
4
RR5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
R 22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
-
REF
30-9276
30-9277
13-0005
11-0015
04-0443
04-0074
04-1071
08-0004
06-0851
03-0302
04-0077
03-0062
30-0319-01
05-1585
05-1657
30-7533/02
30-7534/02
04-0545
30-7358
30-5221/02
81-0112
07-0405
12-0097
06-0881
07-0347
REF
42-0057/01
42-0058
50-0151
50-0150
50-0248
06-0632
REF
82-2764
34
06-2177
35
06-2178
36
06-2227
RRR-
82-0274
82-2658/01
04-1089
R-
18-0253/02
Cabinet Assy
Wrapper Assy
Front Support, SS
Harness Assy, Valve
Harness Assy, 6 Valve, (Requires
6 each; Items 5 & 6)
Harness Assy, 5 Valve, (Requires
5 each; Items 5 & 6)
Faucet Plate
Faucet Plate, 6 Valve
Faucet Plate, 5 Valve
Bushing
Connector, Housing, 2-Pin
Screw, 10 - 24 x 0.375”, Countersink
Nut, Clip, 10 - 24
Screw, 8 - 32 x 0.375”, Taptite
Tubing, Tygon, 5/16” ID
Label, Overflow
Clip, Drain Hose
Screw, 4 - 20 x 0.250”
Clip, Overflow Tube
Splash Plate, with Logo
Cup Rest, Plastic
Drip Tray
Bracket, Drip Tray, Right
Bracket, Drip Tray, Left
Screw, 8 - 16 x 0.750”
Plate, Tank, Bottom
Bracket, Leg
Leg, Plastic
Plug, Key Switch
Key Switch (Includes Nut)
Label, Key Switch
Plate, Cover
Tank Assy
Tank Assy
Tank Assy, LF Sol
Insulation, Tank, Side
Insulation, Tank, Back
Insulation, Tank, Front
Label, "WARNING"
Bonnet Assy
Bonnet Assy (Contact Customer
Service for Graphic Options)
Label, Graphic, Bonnet (Contact
Customer Service for Graphic
Options)
Label, Graphic, Tank Wrapper
(Contact Customer Service for
Graphic Options)
Decal, Bonnet, Front (Contact
Customer Service for Graphic
Options)
Back Block, Standard
Back Block, 3-way
Screw, 10 - 32 x 1.000, for Back
Blocks
Water Regulator Assy (see
Section 8.7)
R in margin indicates change or revision
24
8.3
SHROUDED CABINET ASSEMBLY
32
37
41
34
42
48
44
45
43
33
29
30
36
46
40 39
38
47
29
28
31
3
1
4
2
9
18
35
5
9
26
12
15
7
16
27
20
6
9
25
8
24
11
19
10
®
13
14
21
22
9
22
17
9
23
23
25
8.3
ITEM
SHROUDED CABINET ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
PART NO. DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART NO. DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
-
82-2551
51-5629/02
30-7574
REF
52-1214
-
52-1215
45
46
47
48
RRR-
82-3056
06-2404
06-2414
04-1171
04-0619
82-0274
82-2658/01
04-1089
4
RR5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
R 22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
-
REF
30-9276
30-9277
13-0005
11-0015
04-0443
04-0074
04-0504
08-0004
06-0851
03-0302
04-0077
03-0062
30-0319-01
05-1585
05-1657
30-7533/02
30-7534/02
04-0545
30-7358
30-5221/02
81-0112
07-0405
12-0097
06-0881
07-0347
REF
42-0057/01
42-0058
50-0151
50-0150
50-0248
06-0632
REF
23-1255
34
06-2177
35
06-2178
36
06-2347
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
-
04-0302
04-1218
04-0407
30-7646
30-8288
05-1683
04-1071
04-1172
54-0292
05-1690
05-1813
Cabinet Assy
Wrapper Assy
Front Support, SS
Harness Assy, Valve
Harness Assy, 6 Valve, (Requires
6 each; Items 5 & 6)
Harness Assy, 5 Valve, (Requires
5 each; Items 5 & 6)
Faucet Plate
Faucet Plate, 6 Valve
Faucet Plate, 5 Valve
Bushing
Connector, Housing, 2-Pin
Screw, 10 - 24 x 0.375”, Countersink
Nut, Clip, 10 - 24
Screw, 8 - 18 x 0.375”, with Washer
Tubing, Tygon, 5/16” ID
Label, Overflow
Clip, Drain Hose
Screw, 4 - 20 x 0.250”
Clip, Overflow Tube
Splash Plate, with Logo
Cup Rest, Plastic
Drip Tray
Bracket, Drip Tray, Right
Bracket, Drip Tray, Left
Screw, 8 - 16 x 0.750”
Plate, Tank, Bottom
Bracket, Leg
Leg, Plastic
Plug, Key Switch
Key Switch (Includes Nut)
Label, Key Switch
Plate, Cover
Tank Assy
Tank Assy
Tank Assy, LF Sol
Insulation, Tank, Side
Insulation, Tank, Back
Insulation, Tank, Front
Label, "WARNING"
Bonnet Assy
Bonnet Assy (Contact Customer
Service for Graphic Options)
Label, Graphic, Bonnet (Contact
Customer Service for Graphic
Options)
Label, Graphic, Tank Wrapper
(Contact Customer Service for
Graphic Options)
Decal, Bonnet, Front (Contact
Customer Service for Graphic
Options)
Screw, 8 - 32 x 0.375
Nut, Clip, #6
Screw, 6 - 32 x 0.375
Valve Trim Panel, 6 Valve
Valve Trim Panel, 5 Valve
Shroud, Rear
Screw, 8 - 32 x 0.375, Taptite
Pin, Hinge, Shroud
Shroud Assy
Support, Arm, Hinge
Bar, Lift, Support
R-
Marquee Assy (Option)
Panel, Plain, 6 Valve
Panel, Plain, 5 Valve
Screw, 8 - 32 x 0.625, Shoulder
Screw, 10 - 24 x 0.625
Back Block, Standard
Back Block, 3-way
Screw, 10 - 32 x 1.000, for Back
Blocks
18-0253/02 Water Regulator Assy (see
Section 8.7)
R in margin indicates change or revision
26
8.4
CARBONATOR, WATER/SYRUP LINE ASSEMBLIES
26
25
24
16
37
16
5
17
19
7
6
8
20
5
19
7
6
5
23
19
7
6
8
20
5
18
8
19
7
6
18
8
22
14
13
12
FIGAL/REMOTE
CONFIGURATION
9
21
34
8
33
8
6
7
19
6
7
19
5
36
1
24
BAG-IN-BOX (BIB)
CONFIGURATION
32
31
30
SYRUP/CO2/WATER
ASSEMBLIES
29
28
27
27
3
11
10
16
9
35
15
2
5 4
16
8.4
CARBONATOR, WATER/SYRUP LINE ASSEMBLIES (CONTINUED)
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM PART NO.
RR1
2
3
R4
5
6
7
8
R9
R 10
R 11
R 12
R 13
R 14
R 15
R 16
R-
82-2676
82-2678
REF
23-1152
23-1153
02-0096
52-0909
17-0469
01-1311
02-0003
01-0689
01-0674
02-0025
01-0669
54-0066
02-0023
05-0536
03-0024/02
05-0537
05-0525
81-0196
05-0011
17-0485
R-
17-0596
R 17
R 18
R 19
R 20
R 21
R 22
R 23
RRR 24
R 25
R 26
01-1466
01-0673
03-0021
01-0670
30-6807
01-1831
REF
23-1366
23-1357
02-0005
30-6767
04-1116
R 29 REF
Tube Assy, Syrup #3
48-0475/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 6 Valve Units)
48-0503/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 5 Valve Units)
48-0451/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 6
Valve Units)
48-0501/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 5
Valve Units)
R 30 REF
Tube Assy, Syrup #4
48-0476/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 6 Valve Units)
48-0477/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 5 Valve Units)
48-0452/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 6
Valve Units)
48-0453/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 5
Valve Units)
R 31 REF
Tube Assy, Syrup #5
48-0477/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 6 Valve Units)
48-0478/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 5 Valve Units)
48-0453/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 6
Valve Units)
48-0454/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 5
Valve Units)
R 32 REF
Tube Assy, Syrup #6
48-0478/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 6 Valve Units)
48-0454/01 Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 6
Valve Units)
R 33 08-0029
Tube, Flexible
R 34 01-0483
Adapter Assy, Elbow
R 35 07-0407
Clamp, Oetiker
R 36 01-0424
Elbow, Swivel, Hose Assy, Units
Without Pumps
R 37 01-2548
Fitting, Check Valve, 3/8”
R 27
R 28
-
REF
48-0473/01
48-0449/01
REF
48-0474/01
-
48-0502/01
-
48-0450/01
-
48-0500/01
Carbonator Assy, 60Hz
Carbonator Assy, 50Hz
Tank Assy, Carbonator
Tank Assy, Carbonator, 60 Cycle
Tank Assy, Carbonator, 50 Cycle
Washer
Probe Assy
Fitting Assy, CO2 IN
Fitting, Sub Assy, CO2
O-Ring
Sleeve
Ball
O-Ring
Body, Check Valve, Gas
Relief Valve Assy
Seal
Stem
Spring
Body, Relief Valve
Lever
Pin
Flare Seal Washer, Small
Double Check Valve Assy,
Carbonated Water Inlet
Double Check Valve Assy, Plain
Water inlet
Fitting, Check Valve
Body
Spring
Body
Spacer, Lower, Water Cage
Standoff, 10 - 24, Threaded
Cage Assy
Cage Assy, 5 Valve
Cage Assy, 6 Valve
O-Ring
Brace, Water Coils
Screw, 10 - 24 x 0.625, PHD, PH,
18 - 8, SS
Tube Assy, Syrup #1
Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote
Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB
Tube Assy, Syrup #2
Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 6 Valve Units)
Tube Assy, Syrup, Figal/Remote (use
on 5 Valve Units)
Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 6
Valve Units)
Tube Assy, Syrup, BIB (use on 5
Valve Units)
DESCRIPTION
R in margin indicates change or revision
28
8.5
CARBONATOR DECK/PUMP BRACKET ASSEMBLY
21
DAMPENER ASSEMBLY
FOR THE VOLUMETRIC
VALVE ONLY
22
25
24
36
26
27
35
38
20
35
28
39
33
20
23
40
37
23
19
4
15
17
29
6
32
WA
TE
R
FIL
B
-I
WA L WA MPO ATH
TA
R
F
NK TER TER TAN ILL
HO
OV FLO BA
TLE
ER
W TH
FLO S F UN
TIL
R
W
TU OM
BE
.
11
30
18
3
10
14
ER
NC
LA
13
31
1
9
12
8
7
2
16
TO COMPRESSOR
DECK
29
34
8.5
CARBONATOR DECK/PUMP BRACKET ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
ITEM PART NO.
-
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
36 01-1072
Elbow Assy (included in Installation
Kit)
37 49-0101/01 Tubing Assy, BIB
38 82-2744
Dampener Assy
39 08-0029
Tubing, Braided, 0.250 ID
40 07-0409
Clamp, Oetiker
82-2555
82-2552
Deck Assy, Carbonator, 115V, 60Hz
Deck Assy, Carbonator, 220V,
50-60Hz
1 REF
Plate, Carbonator Deck
51-5411
Plate Assy, Carbonator Deck
30-6800
Plate, Carbonator Deck
2 REF
Insulation, Carbonator Deck
50-0328
Insulation, Carbonator Deck
3* 05-0436
Sleeve, Probe
4 04-0711
Caplug
5* 05-0435
Sleeve, CO2 IN
6 89-0014
Cover, Hole
7 04-0576
Washer, No. 8 Int. tooth
8* 04-0110
Nut, no. 8 - 32
9 REF
Lead Assy, Ground (Compressor
Deck to Carbonator Deck)
10* REF
Carbonator Motor
91-0063
Carbonator Motor, 115V/60Hz
91-0065
Carbonator Motor, 220V/50-60 Hz
R 11* 86-0084
Pump, 100 GPH
12* 02-0194
Grommet, 0.250 OD X 0.156 ID X
0.049 W
13* 04-0061
Screw, 8 - 18 X 0.500 AB
14 06-0877
Label, Ground
15 06-0856
Label, Water Fill
16 01-1515
Pump Outlet Assy
82-0900
Pump Bracket Assy, 6 Pump
82-0906
Pump Bracket Assy, 5 Pump
17 30-5111
Pump Support
18* 04-0504
Screw, 8 - 18 X 0.375
19* 82-0251
Mini Pump
20* 04-0275
Screw, Half Moon
21* 04-0359
Screw, 8 - 32 X 3.100
22 54-0091
Manifold Assy (used on 6V and 5V)
23 54-0092
Manifold Assy (used in 6V and 5V)
24 07-0441
Clamp, Oetiker
25 08-0272
Tube, CO2 Carbonator (used on 6V
and 5V)
26 08-0271
Tube, CO2 Carbonator (used on 6V
and 5V)
27 08-0268
Tube, CO2 Carbonator (used on 6V)
08-0269
Tube, CO2 Carbonator (used on 5V)
28 05-0604
Plug, CO2 Manifold
29* 04-0431
Screw, 1/4 - 20 X 1.000, Round Head
30* 04-0033
Washer, 1/4”
31 01-0987
Elbow, Brass
32* 07-0017
Clamp with screw
33 02-0089
O-Ring
34 01-1325/01 Elbow Assy, CO2 (used on 5V)
35 02-0005
O-Ring
*
Items can be interchanged between Delta, Delta II,
and Delta III.
R in margin indicates change or revision
30
4
5
11
6
7
8
9
10
CONTROL HOUSING (ALSO SEE SECTION 8.8, WIRING DIAGRAM)
C4
C5
NO
TIME
J5
MADE IN U.S.A.
R1
RLY
2
1
J3
RLY
1
3
J4
1
HYBRID MODULE
F2
VR1
BR1
HS1
1
J2
U1
(SPARE)
C2
_
1
1/2 A
2
J1
2AG
18
17
19
16
15
14
12
13
12
20
1
8.6
31
8.6
CONTROL HOUSING (ALSO SEE SECTION 8.8, WIRING DIAGRAM) (CONTINUED)
ITEM PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
DESCRIPTION
52-0900/02 Control Housing, With ON/OFF
Switch
52-0903/02 Control Housing, Without Kill Switch
30-5109/02 Control Housing
52-0868/01 Lead Assy,
ON/OFF Switch
13-0047
Stand-off
52-1423/01 PCB Assy
52-2027
Lead Assy, Probe Ground
(Non-Carb Units Only)
52-2061
Lead Assy, EIBC
12-0190
Terminal Block
04-0477
Screw, 8 - 32 X 0.375"
04-0504
Screw, 8 - 16 X 0.375"
30-5108/01 Cover, Control Box
11-0186
Jumper, 4-Position
13-0059
Bushing
13-0028
Strain Relief
52-1219
Power Cord (Pigtail)
52-0904
Harness Assy, Trans #1
52-0905
Harness Assy, Trans #2
52-0906
Harness Assy, Comp #1
52-0907
Harness Assy, Comp #2
11-0008
Tie Wrap
12-0089
Switch
32
8.7
WATER REGULATOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
18-0253/02
05-0017
49-0227
18-0252
01-0446
07-0481
04-0504
01-1429
07-0438
DESCRIPTION
Regulator Assembly, Water
Washer, Seal, Flare, Nylon
Hose, Regulator Assy
Regulator
Fitting, Barb
Bracket, Regulator
Screw, 8 - 18 x .375” AB
Nut, 7/18-18, UNS
Clamp, Oetiker
1
2
3
5
7
8
4
4
6
33
8.8
WIRING DIAGRAM
IMPORTANT
1. WHEN STARTING UNIT OR IF CURRENT IS INTERRUPTED, THERE IS A FIVE (5) MINUTE
DELAY BEFORE THE COMPRESSOR/FAN STARTS.
2. THERE IS A THREE (3) MINUTE PROTECTION TIMER ON THE CARBONATOR PUMP MOTOR.
IF THE MOTOR HAS TIMED OUT, CHECK WATER SUPPLY AND RESET BY MOMENTARILY
DISCONNECTING POWER.
TO PLAIN WATER VALVE
(FIELD INSTALLED OPTION)
9000 and 9500 Series Only
W
9000 and 9100 Series Only
KEY
SWITCH
B
B
V
A
L
V
E
S
B
B
B
S4
OR
S5
LINE
24 V
J4
J3
B/W
PCB,IBC
OUT IN OUT
B
B
B B
B/W
OPTIONAL
MARQUEE
9000 and 9100 Series Only
B/W
B
B
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
B
1
CARBONATOR
MOTOR
CAPACITOR
9
W
B
RIBBED
BLK
KILL
SWITCH
BLU G
PLAIN
BLK
POWER
CORD
W
W
G
3
BRN
AGITATOR
MOTOR
B
BWW B
RIBBED
BLK
1
B
WG B
SYM. DESCRIPTION
CHASSIS GROUND
CHAMFER PIN
OPTIONAL WATER
BOOST PCB,IBC J4
CONTROL BOX
34
1
4
BWW B
FAN
MOTOR
RECIRCULATING MOTOR
9100 SERIES ONLY
DELTA
COMPRESSOR
B
TERM4 TERM3 TERM2 TERM1
TB1
W
S6
R
J2
IN
W
B
W
W J1
W
B
G
B
W
S3
(5,
6)
W
S2
W
B
RBG
W
S1
CARBONATOR
PROBE
WB G
RBG
ELECTRONIC
ICE BANK
PROBE
G
CARBONATOR
MOTOR
®
LABEL, WIRING DIAGRAM
06-2221
NOTES
Please refer to the Lancer web site (www.lancercorp.com) for
information relating to Lancer Installation and Service Manuals,
Instruction Sheets, Technical Bulletins, Service Bulletins, etc.
35
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising