20kg Ice Maker

20kg Ice Maker
20kg Ice Maker
Instruction manual
Model
T316-A
Telephone Helpline 1300225960
Safety Tips
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Position on a flat, stable surface.
•
A service agent/qualified technician should carry out installation and any repairs if required. Do not
remove any components or service panels on this product.
•
Consult Local and National Standards to comply with the following:
• Health and Safety at Work Legislation
• BS EN Codes of Practice
• Fire Precautions
• IEE Wiring Regulations
• Building Regulations
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DO NOT immerse in water, or use steam/jet washers to clean the unit.
•
DO NOT cover the appliance when it is operating.
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Always carry, store and handle the appliance in a vertical position.
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Never tilt the appliance more than 45° from the vertical.
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ONLY use drinking or potable water when making ice cubes.
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Ensure the water pressure of the connected water supply is between 101.3 kPa - 806.7 kPa (14.7117psi).
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For indoor use only.
•
Keep all packaging away from children. Dispose of packaging in accordance to the regulations of local
authorities.
•
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by an POLAR agent or a recommended qualified
technician in order to avoid a hazard.
Introduction
Please take a few moments to carefully read through this manual. Correct maintenance and operation of
this machine will provide the best possible performance from your POLAR product.
Pack Contents
The following is included:
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Ice Maker
•
Sealing washers
•
Ice scoop
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Instruction manual
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Inlet/Outlet hoses
POLAR prides itself on quality and service, ensuring that at the time of packaging the contents are supplied
fully functional and free of damage.
Should you find any damage as a result of transit, please contact your POLAR dealer immediately.
Note: Only use the hoses supplied with the appliance. Other hoses are not suitable and
should not be used.
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Telephone Helpline: 1300225960
Installation
Note: If the appliance has not been stored or moved in an upright position, let it stand
upright for approximately 12 hours before operation. If in doubt allow the appliance to
stand.
1.
Remove the appliance from the packaging and remove the protective film from all surfaces.
2.
Remove the Scoop, Inlet/Outlet hoses and Sealing Washers from the ice bin.
3.
When positioning the ice maker, maintain a distance of 20cm
(7 inches) between the appliance and walls or other objects for
ventilation. Increase this distance if the obstacle is a heat source.
4.
If necessary, adjust the screw legs of the ice maker to make it
level. The efficiency of the ice maker can be reduced if the
appliance is unevenly located.
5.
Connect one end of the corrugated outlet hose to the water outlet
on the rear of the ice maker.
6.
Attach the other end of the hose to a plumbed-in stand waste
pipe or container suitable for collecting waste water.
7.
Place the sealing washers on the water inlet at the back of the ice
maker and attach one end of the inlet hose.
8.
Connect the other end of the inlet hose to the water supply.
Power cord
Water
inlet
Water
outlet
Note: Ensure the end of the drainage pipe is situated lower than the Water Outlet valve
for efficient drainage.
Operation
Control Panel
Power switch
I
O
RUN
FAULT
ICE
FULL
WATER
LOW
Making Ice
Note: Before using for the first time (or after a period of inactivity), clean the water tank,
ice basket and ice basket shelf. Use the first ice making cycle to flush out the system.
Discard the water and ice created from the first cycle.
1.
Press the Power switch to the On position [I]. The RUN light illuminates and the appliance begins the
ice making process. Each ice making cycle takes approximately 25 minutes.
2.
When the cubes reach the ice sensor ice production stops. Production resumes once ice has been
removed from the bin.
3.
Press the Power switch to the Off position [O] at any time to halt the ice making process.
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Telephone Helpline 1300225960
Cleaning, Care & Maintenance
•
Always switch off and disconnect the power supply before cleaning.
•
Warm, soapy water is recommended for cleaning. Cleaning agents may leave harmful residues. DO
NOT wash the base unit, instead wipe the exterior with a damp cloth.
•
A POLAR agent or qualified technician should carry out repairs if required.
•
Clean the water filter regularly with a small brush, particularly in hard water areas.
The water filter is located just inside the water inlet at the back of the appliance.
•
If the Ice Maker is to be left unused for longer than 24 hours, loosen the drain screw and drain the
water from the tank.
Troubleshooting
Fault
The appliance is
not working
Appliance is noisy
or works
intermittently
Water
indicator is
lit
Ice Full
indicator is
lit
Water and Ice Full
indicators flash
together
Fault
indicator is
lit
Compressor runs
but no ice is made
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Probable Cause
Action
The appliance is not
switched on
Plug and lead are
damaged
Fuse in the plug has
blown
Power supply
Internal wiring fault
Ambient temperature
below 10°C
Water supply
Power fluctuations
Check the appliance is plugged in correctly and switched on
Water not connected
Water filter is blocked
Water pressure too
low
Ice bin full
Room temperature is
too low
Water box is blocked
and cannot tilt
Water tray not in
proper position
Ice sensor is not
working
Water tray does not
tilt
Refrigerant leak or
block in the
refrigerant system
Call POLAR agent or qualified technician
Replace the plug fuse
Check power supply
Call POLAR agent or qualified technician
Move appliance to a warmer position
Check water supply is on and supply hoses are not blocked
Turn off the ice maker and restart after 3 minutes
Connect ice maker to water supply
Clean water filter and restart ice maker
Water pressure should be between 101.3 kPa - 806.7 kPa
(14.7-117psi). Call plumber to check water supply
Empty the ice bin
Move the appliance to a warmer position
Disconnect from the power supply. Remove some of the ice
cubes and gently tilt the water box by hand. Restart the ice
maker after 3 minutes
Remove any ice blockage
Check sensor is not obstructed. If not blocked call POLAR
agent or qualified technician
Check water tank is not blocked. If motor is not working
then call POLAR agent or qualified technician
Call POLAR agent or qualified technician
Telephone Helpline: 1300225960
Technical Specifications
Model
Voltage
T316-A 220-240V
50Hz
Power Current
170W
1.1A
Bin
Storage
Ice
Dimensions
Making Refrigerant
Weight
h x w x d mm
Capacity
4 kg
20kg/24
hours
R134a
110g
590 x 380 x 480
28 kg
Electrical Wiring
This appliance is wired as follows:
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Live wire (coloured brown) to terminal marked L
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Neutral wire (coloured blue) to terminal marked N
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Earth wire (coloured green/yellow) to terminal marked E
This appliance must be earthed, using a dedicated earthing circuit.
If in doubt consult a qualified electrician.
Electrical isolation points must be kept clear of any obstructions. In the event of any emergency
disconnection being required they must be readily accessible.
Compliance
The WEEE logo on this product or its documentation indicates that the product must
not be disposed of as household waste. To help prevent possible harm to human
health and/or the environment, the product must be disposed of in an approved and
environmentally safe recycling process. For further information on how to dispose of
this product correctly, contact the product supplier, or the local authority responsible
for waste disposal in your area.
Polar parts have undergone strict product testing in order to comply with regulatory
standards and specifications set by international, independent, and federal
authorities.
Polar products have been approved to carry the following symbol:
All rights reserved. No part of these instructions may be produced or transmitted in any form or by any means,
electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of POLAR.
Every effort is made to ensure all details are correct at the time of going to press, however, POLAR reserve the right
to change specifications without notice.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Equipment
Type
Model
Ice Maker
T316-A
Legislation
C-Tick
AS/NZ 3820 Essential Safety Requirements for
Low Voltage Electrical Equipment
Standards
EN 55014-1:2000 +A1
EN 55014-2:1997+A1
EN 61000-3-2:2000
EN 61000-3-3:1995+A1
AS/NZS 60335.2.24:2003+A1+A2+A3
AS/NZS 60335.1:2002+A1+A2+A3
Producer Name
Polar
Producer
Address
15 Badgally Road,
Campbelltown,
NSW 2560
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above
conforms to the above Legislation and Standard(s).
Date
09/03/11
Signature
Full Name
Richard Cromwell
Position
Marketing Director
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