the minute maid® juicer crew guide

the minute maid® juicer crew guide
THE MINUTE MAID® JUICER
CREW GUIDE
“Minute Maid” and “Minute Pak” are registered trademarks of The Coca-Cola Company.
SERVICE MENU CONTROLS
Navigate the service menu by pressing the
and
buttons to scroll
up or down the list. Press the PUSH button to accept the current
selection. When presented with a Yes/No option,
for No and
for Yes.
­­PRODUCT LOADING/UNLOADING
A. Thaw the Minute Pak® in a 40°F (4.4°C) cooler for 48-72 hours.
B.Shake the Minute Pak®.
C.Turn key to
DISPENSING CONFIGURATIONS
The dispenser has two different dispensing configurations, depending
on the model.
PUSH and HOLD
The touch sensor switch is pressed to start dispensing and released
to stop dispense.
• Place a vessel on the target located on cup rest.
• Press and hold the PUSH to start the flow of product.
• Release the pressure on the button to stop the flow of product.
• Release the button to stop the flow of product.
PORTION CONTROL
In this option, each valve can be individually programmed to dispense
four different volumes. The valve will dispense the programmed volume amounts when the corresponding button on the touch sensor
switch is activated.
• Place a vessel on the target located on the cup rest.
• Activate the program mode for that valve by simultaneously
pressing the ”Small” and “Extra Large” buttons.
FLUSH mode.
Small
D. Open dispenser door by pressing
the
button on door panel, then
lifting the door.
Extra Large
• Place a glass on the target on the cup rest and press the corresponding button.
• Continue holding the button until the proper fill level is obtained.
• Use the same procedure to set the fill volume for other sizes.
• Push the PUSH button to exit the program mode.
Position carafes, glasses and cups
on the desired target
E.Install Minute Pak® into the appropriate flavor slot. Insert check
valve into Minute Pak® opening.
The program will automatically store the last fill volume that was dispensed through the selected button size before exiting the program mode.
F.Close door.
PRIMING THE UNIT AT INSTALL OR WITH NEW MINUTE PAK
A.Prime pump using the
key.
Dispense concentrate until product
appears consistent.
B. Turn the key back to the
ON position.
• Follow the same procedures to set the fill volume for the remaining valves.
Since the volume setting are unique to each valve, each valve can
have four different dispense volumes. For example, Lemonade
in valve position one could have a different dispense volume (i.e.
“Small”, “Medium”, etc) than Orange Juice in valve position two.
PRIMING UNIT AFTER DAILY FLUSH
PURGING THE WATER SYSTEM OF AIR
A. Prime pump using the
key. prime for one (1) second.
A. Turn key from the
B. Turn key back to the to
ON position.
B. Place a cup beneath the left most dispensing nozzle and press
the PUSH a clear stream is observed.
SOLD OUT OPERATIONS
When the display shows SOLD OUT or CHANGE PACKAGE, follow
the loading procedures to change the package.
Priming will reset the SOLD OUT feature. It is important to prime
completely for the SOLD OUT feature to work correctly.
ON position to the
FLUSH position.
C. Purge the remaining valves the same way, progressing to the right.
D. Turn the key back to the
ON position.
E. Dispense a small amount from each valve until product is visible
in the stream. The dispenser is ready to operate.
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®
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GENERAL INFORMATION
For optimum performance and highest drink quality, follow the
instructions listed for cleaning your dispenser. Cleaning and
sanitizing should be performed only by trained personnel.
CLEANING SOLUTION
Mix a mild, non-abrasive detergent with clean, potable water at a
temperature of 90 to 110°F (32 to 43°C). The mixture ratio is one
ounce of cleaner to two gallons of water. Prepare a minimum of five
gallons of cleaning solution. Do not use abrasive cleaners or
solvents because they can cause permanent damage to the unit.
Rinsing must be thorough, using only clean, potable water at a
temperature of 90 to 110°F (32 to 43°C). Extended lengths of
product lines may require an additional volume of cleaning solution
be prepared.
SANITIZING SOLUTION
Prepare sanitizing solutions in accordance with the manufacturer’s
written recommendations and safety guidelines. The solution must
provide 50 to 100 parts per million (PPM) chlorine. A minimum of
five gallons of sanitizing solution should be prepared. 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 to 100 parts per million (PPM) chlorine. Extended
lengths of product lines may require that an additional volume of
sanitizing solution be prepared.
OTHER SUPPLIES NEEDED
Santitary gloves, clean cloth towels, extra nozzle, bucket and a
small brush (PN 22-0017), included with installation kit.
USE SANITARY GLOVES.
OBSERVE APPLICABLE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
If a powder sanitizer is used, dissolve it thoroughly with water prior to adding to the syrup system. The use of hot water will help dissolve powder sanitizers. Ensure sanitizing solution is removed from the dispenser as instructed. Residual sanitizing solution creates a health hazard.
WARNING!
AVERTISSEMENT!
Avoid getting sanitizing solution on circuit boards. Ensure all sanitizing solution is removed from the system.
EVERY TWO WEEKS - CLEANING
A. Turn key to
FLUSH position. Flush each dispenser valve
until clear water flows from the nozzle.
B. Open door and lift up the check valve (yellow elbow) to remove
from the Minute Pak® container.
C. Remove Minute Pak® container from dispenser and
refrigerate.
D. Remove Nozzles.
E. Wash thoroughly with cleaning solution.
F. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and
replace.
Do not soak nozzles in chlorine solution overnight.
This will cause the nozzles to swell and the plastic to deteriorate.
CAUTION!
ATTENTION!
G. Using a funnel, fill the specially-marked sanitizing container to
the top with cool sanitizing solution. Place sanitizing container
in dispenser.
H. Place check valve in sanitizing container.
TO AVOID CONTAMINATION AND DAMAGE TO UNIT
DO NOT disconnect water lines when cleaning and
sanitizing syrup lines.
DO NOT use strong bleaches or detergents.
DO NOT use metal scrapers, sharp objects, steel wool, scouring pads, abrasives, or solvents on the dispenser.
DO NOT use hot water above 140°F (60°C).
I. Press
for two minutes ensuring concentrate lines are full of
solution. Let solution stand for five minutes without dispensing.
J. For each valve, perform a second two-minute dispense and let
stand for an additional five minutes.
K. Press
until the sanitizing solution empties from the sanitizing
container.
L. Remove check valve from sanitizing container, remove
sanitizing container, and pour out any sanitizing solution that
remains.
M. Repeat for each valve.
DAILY - CLEANING
A. Turn the key to
N. Reinstall Minute Paks®, and connect check valves in
containers. Replace nozzles.
FLUSH position.
O. Using
B. Flush each valve until only clear water is dispensed.
C. Remove and wash drip tray and cup rest in cleaning solution. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and reinstall drip tray and
cup rest to dispenser.
D. Wipe down any areas where concentrate may have spilled or beverages splashed.
E. If doors were opened to wipe soiled areas, close the doors.
F. Ensure the drain tube into the drip tray is properly seated.
G. Follow the Product Loading procedures in the
Fix it fast with Phone Fix ®
ON Mode.
, run the pump until only concentrate is dispensed.
A fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only with
the end use product until there is no aftertaste. This is an NSF requirement.
Residual sanitizing solution can cause health hazards.
CAUTION!
ATTENTION!
P. Remove drip tray and cup rest. Wash thoroughly with cleaning
solution. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
Q. Wipe the dispenser with a clean, damp cloth, ensure dispenser
is clean of all product residue.
R. Replace drip tray, and cup rest.
S. Return key to
T.
ON position.
Pour approximately two ounces of finished drink product to fill
nozzle.
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US 1-800-241- COKE (2653)
24 HOURS A DAY/ 7 DAYS A WEEK
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