AM-307-03 High Speed Brewing Urn 390

AM-307-03 High Speed Brewing Urn 390
Operator Manual
High Speed Brewing Urn
Model 87710(E)
Table of Contents
Safety Information..................2
General Description ................3
Installation...............................4
Start up ....................................5
Operation ................................5
Adjustments ............................6
Cleaning...................................7
Maintenance ...........................8
Troubleshooting Guide.........11
Parts Diagram and List..........15
Wiring Diagram.....................16
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operator manual before installing or using the product. Properly instruct all operators. Keep training records. For
future reference, record serial number here:
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Safety Information
Important Safety Information
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages
that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
For your safety and the safety of others, read all warnings and the operator manual before installing or using
the product.
DANGER: This term warns the user of imminent hazard that will result in serious injury or death.
WARNING: This term refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice, which could result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION: This term refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice, which could result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE: This term refers to information that needs special attention or must be fully understood.
WARNING
To reduce risk of electrical shock, do not remove side panels. No user-serviceable parts inside. Repair should be
done by authorized service personnel only.
The appliance is not intended for outdoor use.
Do not clean with pressurized water or use in an area where pressurized water may be used.
Cleaning and maintenance shall be made only by properly trained persons with supervision.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Do not alter or deform the power cord or plug in any way! Altering or deforming the plug may cause electrical
shock, damage unit and will void warranty.
To reduce risk of explosion or fire, do not use near combustibles.
CAUTION
For safe and proper operation, the appliance must be placed in a stable, vertical position.
To reduce risk of serious burns or scalding, do not place hand or other body parts under dispenser or container
while product is brewing.
Always unplug unit from power supply before servicing.
Hot liquid in brew basket could cause burns. Remove with care.
Surfaces are hot and can cause burns.
NOTICE
Use only on a circuit that is properly protected and capable of the rated load.
Electronically ground the chassis.
Follow national and local electrical codes.
Do not use extension cord.
This equipment must be installed in compliance with applicable Federal, State, and/or Local plumbing codes
having jurisdiction. This product requires an approved back flow prevention water device, such as a double
check valve, to be installed between the machine and the water supply.
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High Speed Brewing Urn
General Description
This urn is an automatic, push button operated, volume brewing unit. It consists of a non-pressure vented water
compartment of large capacity into which two stainless steel coffee liners are inserted. Also installed within this
water compartment are electric immersion heaters thermostatically controlled through a contactor relay, to keep
the water always at the desired temperature. Measurement of water quantity sprayed over coffee is by push
button start, electric reset timer, timing a constant water flow rate to the spray nozzle.
Hot water from the water compartment is pumped to the spray nozzle, controlled by the reset timer. Automatic
refill maintains water level in water compartment. Control system components are enclosed in stainless steel
housings on both ends of the urn for the 87710 urn.
Air agitation of coffee mixes the brew with compressed air automatically at the end of the brew cycle or, if desired,
manually at any time with a push button.
UTILITY DATA
1.
2.
For fastest service, unit must be connected to hot (140
degrees F) water supply, 3/8" NPT, 2.5 GPM flow rate min.
Cold water input will work also.
Steam Heat
A. Standard pressure =10-25 PSIG
B. Max. steam demand = 70 lbs. per hour
C. Boiler horse power = 2.3
D. Requires connection to 120V AC, 3 wire, 15 amp
circuit; 6 foot cord with plug supplied
ROUGH IN SPECIFICATIONS
3.
Electric Heat
A. Specify service
120/208V,1 PH, 3 Wire
120/208V, 3 PH, 4 Wire
120/240V, 1 PH, 3 Wire
*240V, 3 PH, 3 Wire
*480V, 3 PH, 3 Wire
*208V,1 PH, 2 Wire
*208V, 3 PH, 3 Wire
*240V,1 PH, 2 Wire
*Requires separate connection to 120V AC 15 amp
circuit; 6 foot cord with plug supplied.
B. Load - 15 KW for all services
Volts
208
240
480
1 PH, Amps
72
63
3 PH, Amps
42
36
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Drawing #090-999
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Installation
Specifications
Model No. 87710
5. Level urn both front to back and left to right. The
feet are adjustable for this purpose.
Actual Coffee Capacity Each Liner 10 Gal.
Water Hook-up
NOTICE:
This equipment must be installed in
compliance with applicable Federal, State, and/or Local
plumbing codes having jurisdiction. This product
requires an approved back flow prevention water
device, such as a double check valve, to be installed
between the machine and the water supply. Incoming
pressure should be greater than 30 psi and not more
than 70 psi.
Water Compartment Capacity 24 Gal.
Brew Capacity, Gals. per Hour 80 (140° F water hook-up)
Electric Supply Voltage 240V/208V
1 Phase Heater Size 15KW / 15KW
1 Phase Amperes 63 / 72
3 Phase Heater Size 15KW / 15KW
3 Phase Amperes 36 / 42
Unpacking Instructions
Carefully unpack the machine and inspect immediately
for shipping damage. The packaging may contain unattached parts. Your machine was shipped in a carton
designed to give it maximum protection in normal
handling. It was thoroughly inspected before leaving
the factory. In case of damage, contact the shipper, not
Grindmaster-Cecilware.
NOTICE: The person installing this appliance is
responsible for ensuring that electric and water
connections meet the requirements of the national
electric code, national plumbing code, and any local
ordinances.
See Rough-in Drawing for dimensions and locations
of electric and water input.
Mechanical Installation
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD!
Installation of this appliance should be performed by
qualified service personnel only. Improper installation
could result in electrocution.
CAUTION
These urns are heavy pieces of equipment. It is
recommended that moving or lifting the unit be done
by two people to avoid injury.
NOTICE:
1. Cold or hot water (160° F. maximum) may be used.
Heat input capacity is ample for the coldest water,
and cold water should be used for best brewing
results. For quicker brewing, connect urn to hot
water line (140° F).
2. Provide shut-off valve and union in supply line near
urn.
3. Minimum inlet pressure at urn should be 30 PSI.
4. Maximum inlet pressure recommended at 70 PSI.
5. Copper flex tubing should be used for valve
connections.
6. To ensure pressure at the urn of at least 30 PSI, use
3/8" OD tubing for short runs, 1/2" OD tubing for
longer runs, and larger size tubing for unusually
long runs. Be sure other appliances will not reduce
water pressure excessively.
7. Turn on the water supply line and check for leaks.
NOTE: For the best tasting coffee, add a filtering system
to the water supply line to eliminate any taste and/or
odor from the water.
Steam Heated Urns, Models with suffix (S):
1. Steam supply line should have a shut-off valve
ahead of the urn. (A strainer and control valve are
located in the urn's control compartment.)
2. Steam return lines should be connected to a highquality steam trap. Also, we recommend including
a bypass and test valve to check trap operation
while in service.
3. Use unions and/or copper tubing on both the supply
and return connections to avoid strain on the urn.
4. A cord and plug (NEMA-5-15P), are attached for
electrical control power. Plug cord into a nearby 115
volt, 15 amp, grounded wall outlet, only after the
water line is turned on.
Electrical Hook-up
This brewer should be installed by a
knowledgeable
and
experienced
commercial
equipment installer.
1. Inspect unit to see if any damage occurred in
NOTICE:
This equipment must be installed in
shipment.
2. Remove the urn from the packing material and compliance with applicable Federal, State and/or Local
electrical codes having jurisdiction. Do not use
attach its legs.
3. Position the brewer on a strong, stable table or extension cords. Make sure that the outlet the urn plugs
into is grounded.
counter.
4. Position urn so that the faucets drip into a drip
1. Check rating marking on urn nameplate to be sure
trough or drain receptacle of some type.
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Installation (continued)
Operation
Electrical Hook-up (continued)
1. Place filter paper in brew basket with designated
amount of coffee grounds. Coffee experts
recommend from 6 to 10 ounces of coffee per
gallon of water. Make certain you have a level bed
of coffee. Consult your coffee supplier for exact
brewing specifications. Acceptable filter paper sizes
are:
Liner size Filter size
Grindmaster Part #
10 gallon 25 x 11
BB810WP
2. Replace cover. Lift and rotate the spray arm to
position the nozzle in the hole on the basket cover.
3. Set the batch size toggle for a full or half batch.
Press the start button on timer.
4. The brew cycle takes from 2 to 15 minutes
depending on the size of the urn. When the brew
is finished, allow one to two minutes for the coffee
to drip from the basket.
5. When the drip period is complete, center the spray
arm and remove the basket to throw away the
grounds. Replace the liner cover to keep the coffee
hot.
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD!
Installation of this appliance should be performed by
qualified service personnel only. Improper installation
could result in electrocution.
electric lines match voltage, phase, and amperage
requirements of urn. Select the proper cord and
cord grip for electrical rating of the urn. The cord
must be an oil resistant type such as SO, SOO, STO,
STOO, SEO, SJO, SJOO, SJTO, SJTOO, SJEO, HSO,
HSOO, HSJO, or HSJOO. Alternatively, flexible metal
conduit and type THHN wires may be used.
2. The terminal block and ground screw are located
behind a cover plate on the front, right side of the
urn, or inside the control box mounted on right
hand side of midline equipment.
3. A neutral wire is normally required on all single
phase and on 208 Volt, 3 phase power supplies to
operate 120 VAC control circuit. In the case of single
phase, 2 wire service (no neutral), or 3 phase 3 wire
service (no neutral), a separate 120 VAC cord and
plug (NEMA 5-15P) supplies 120 VAC power to the
control circuit (or for use of transformer on heat
exchange urns). This cord must be ordered
separately.
WARNING: ELECTROCUTION HAZARD!
Never use the ground conductor as a neutral. This
could cause electrocution.
4. A fused disconnect switch should be installed near
urn.
5. Urn body MUST be grounded. A grounding
terminal is provided for this purpose.
6. Use only copper wire to connect this urn.
Start up
1. Open water supply line valve to urn.
2. Turn on or plug in the power supply to the urn.
Water compartment will begin to fill automatically.
Do not power up the urn when the water line is off.
3. Turn the thermostat knob in front of housing to
BREW position. Pilot light on top of thermostat
bezel will illuminate. Water in urn will heat up, and
thermometer pointer will rise to high end of BREW
zone on thermometer dial. It will take
approximately 45 minutes to heat water, depending
on inlet water temperature, and urn heater
wattage. Pilot light on top of thermostat bezel will
go out when water in urn is at brew temperature.
4. Brew and discard at least one batch of water into
each liner. Check that the fill level is correct. See the
adjustments section if changes are needed.
High Speed Brewing Urn
CAUTION: HOT LIQUID HAZARD
Water used for brewing coffee is very hot. Use
caution when brewing, pouring, or transporting
coffee. Accidental spills may result in severe burns.
CAUTION: HOT LIQUID HAZARD
Coffee basket contains very hot water until the drip
is completed. Early removal of a dripping basket could
result in burns.
6. Mixing of finished brew is accomplished
automatically at the end of the brew cycle if the urn
has an air agitation option. Additional mixing can
be performed at later time by pressing manual air
agitation push button. Where urn is not equipped
with air agitation, draw one gallon for each three
gallons of finished brew from coffee faucet, and
pour over top into coffee liner.
7. Coffee is ready to serve.
8. Hold brewed coffee at 185 to 190 degrees F by
turning to the HOLD setting on thermostat knob.
Brewed coffee can be held at this temperature for
up to one hour with minimal deterioration of flavor
and body.
Spray Rinse of Liner
9. To rinse the liner after brewing coffee, swing the
spray arm over the desired liner and push START
button. Allow hot water to spray from the spray
arm for approximately 30 to 60 seconds and then
push STOP button and drain the liner.
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Adjustments
NOTICE: Urn should be up to temperature before
making adjustments of the brew system.
Explanation Of Brewing Cycle
1. When timer button is pushed, the timer is activated.
2. The timer completes the circuit to the sprayover
pump which delivers hot water through the spray
arm to the spray nozzle.
3. The hot water from the spray nozzle is sprayed over
the coffee grounds. The finished brew collects in
the coffee liner.
4. As the pump delivers hot water from the water
compartment through spray nozzle into brew
basket, the water level in the water compartment
lowers.
5. Drop in water level in water compartment below
sensing probes activates liquid level control which
opens the refill solenoid valve, refilling the water
compartment with cold water.
6. The entry of the cold water activates the
thermostat, which allows power to go to the
heating element to maintain the brewing
temperature.
NOTE: Some urns may be equipped with an optional
adjustable bypass valve on the spray arm. Adjustment
of this valve will allow some spray water to bypass the
brewing basket for additional control of the
water/coffee brewing formula and the extraction
percentage from the coffee.
Solid State Coffee Agitation System
Coffee agitation is accomplished with low pressure air,
bubbling up through the coffee in liner. Air enters at
the top coffee gauge elbow fittings and forces coffee
down out of sight in gauge glasses during the agitation
period. Air continues through into the liner connection
elbow, and bubbles up from this center fitting. The rich,
heavy portion of brew is carried up to the top and
thoroughly mixed with weaker top level coffee.
Automatic Program - End of Brew and Delayed
Types
At the end of the spray cycle, the air pump turns itself
on for about 30 seconds automatically. This automatic
agitation program is either built into the solid state
spray cycle (brew) timer or is provided by a separate
solid state agitation relay on equipment with
mechanical timers. Urns with delayed air agitation
(Option 43D) have a two minute delay after the end of
the brew cycle before the 30 second agitation cycle
starts for improved mixing. This delayed program is
provided by a separate delay solid state relay. Whenever
power to the urn has been off, such as upon
installation, the automatic agitation program will begin
as soon as the power is turned on. Otherwise, it
operates only after the end of spray.
Manual Agitation
At any desired time, holding in the “manual agitation”
black push button switch will blend stored coffee.
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Brew Volume: Sprayover Time and Rate
Timer and sprayover rate are factory set. If other
volumes of water or a faster or slower sprayover rate is
desired, see following instructions:
Push Button Timer For Spray Over Control
The function of the timer is to start the pump and run
it for a preset period of time and upon lapse of this
time, to stop the pump, thereby completing the spray
over cycle. This urn is equipped with an electric reset
timer. Pushing in the START button will start the flow
of water. The timer will complete the time cycle for
which it has been programmed and on completion, the
flow will be stopped and the timer will reset itself,
ready for the next brewing cycle. If electric power is cut
off anywhere in the service coming to the urn during
the timer operating cycle, the timer will reset. When the
power is restored, the timer must be restarted by
pushing the START button.
Timer Adjustment
The brew timer's full batch may be adjusted. The
adjustment screw is located behind the plug under the
start and stop buttons. See Figure A. Since the
sprayover rate is constant, the length of brew time sets
the brew volume. The half batch is exactly 1/2 of the full
batch.
Figure A
Sprayover Rate Adjustment
Pump Urns:
A fixed orifice is located in top of spray arm swivel post.
The only way to adjust the rate of flow from the spray
arm is to drill a larger hole for more sprayover water or
replace the existing orifice with a smaller hole size for
less sprayover water.
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Adjustments (continued)
Cleaning
Bypass Adjustment (Refer to Figure B)
The bypass adjustment controls the amount of water
which bypasses the coffee during the brew. This water
dilutes the final brew. If bypass is desired, open red
handle on bypass valve. This opening will bypass up to
about 40% of total sprayover water. Each complete turn
is approximately equal to 5% bypass.
CAUTION: BURN HAZARD
The urn surfaces and water inside jacket are very hot.
Use caution when cleaning this urn to prevent burns.
NOTICE: All sanitizing agents in the food zone must
comply with 21 CFR 178.1010. Sanitize all food
dispensing units periodically. All parts to be sanitized
must be cleaned first. Cleaning and sanitizing frequency
must follow state and local health department
regulations.
After Each Brew:
1. Dispose of grounds and rinse brew basket.
Figure B
Thermostat Adjustment
The thermostat is factory set so that the maximum
temperature is about 204° F in heat exchange urns and
195° F in pump urns. This is the high end of brew range
on the thermometer and corresponds to the BREW
position on the thermostat. The HOLD position is the
low end of the brew range on the thermometer, or 185
degrees F.
Water should never boil in the urn. If you need to adjust
the maximum setting of the thermostat, do the
following:
1. Remove the thermostat knob.
2. Insert small screwdriver into the center of the shaft.
Turn the screw slightly clockwise to decrease the
temperature.
3. Check the setting by adding cold water to make
sure the temperature reaches the high end of the
BREW range.
Every Day:
1. Clean liners by rinsing and scrubbing with large,
plastic bristle brush.
2. Wipe outside surfaces of the urn with a damp cloth.
3. Clean the brew basket. Remove wire basket insert
if needed.
4. Wipe clean the liner covers.
5. Fill the liners with about one gallon of water to
prevent coffee oil burn-in.
Weekly or Bi-Weekly, Depending on Use:
1. Fill the urn liners with about one gallon of hot
water. Leave the thermostat on BREW.
2. Pour into the liner the recommended concentration
of urn cleaner. Excessive amounts of cleaner will
attack the stainless steel.
3. Scrub the liner interior with a plastic bristle brush.
Rinse and drain the liner.
4. Clean the gauge glasses with a long narrow brush.
Rinse. Note: The plug in the cleanout cap at the top
of the coffee gauges must be pushed in completely
to avoid air leaks. Gauge glasses are cleaned with a
gauge brush by first lifting out the top cap. (A slight
twist will release a tightly sealed cap). Be sure to
replace the cap properly so that the agitation
system can operate.
5. With the liners empty, remove the coffee faucets by
unscrewing the large plastic wing-nuts which fasten
the faucets. Scrub from the opening into the center
of the urn with a long brush.
CAUTION: BURN HAZARD
Do not remove hot water faucet for cleaning. Hot
water will empty from jacket, causing burns. To clean
water gauge, close shut-off valve at base of gauge
assembly.
6. Unscrew the top of the faucet from its body. Scrub
faucet body. Clean the silicone seat cup with a soft
cloth and soapy water.
7. Reassemble faucets. Fill the liners with hot water
and drain until the liner and all parts are completely
rinsed.
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Maintenance
WARNING: SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD
To prevent electric shock and burn hazard all tasks
described in this section are to be performed by a
trained and qualified service technician.
The rest of this manual contains information to aid the
service technician who is maintaining this equipment.
This section has information on performing common
service tasks.
Controls, options, and heater wiring diagrams are
provided. To find the correct diagram you must know:
• Number of heaters
• Electric ratings (see nameplate for electric ratings)
• One thermostat (standard), or two (option 47: low
temp/no brew).
• Air agitation (standard on most models).
To Access Controls:
All controls are located on drawer(s) mounted in control
box on the side of the urn. To access these controls:
1. Shut off power to the urn.
2. Remove screws on front of the control drawer, or
on side panel for Midline Urns.
3. Drop panel by lowering front and pulling forward.
If diagnosis must be made with power on and
drawer dropped, be sure no live parts contact body
of urn.
To Move the Urn:
The urn must be completely drained (jacket and liners)
and allowed to cool prior to moving this urn.
CAUTION: BURN HAZARD
This urn is filled with scalding hot water. Always
completely drain the jacket and liners and allow to
cool before attempting to move this urn. Failure to
drain and cool could result in severe burns.
To Drain the Tank (Jacket):
Note: Read all instructions before draining.
1. Disconnect electric power to the urn.
2. The urn body contains one water tank. It contains
two coffee liners that may contain hot liquids.
3a. On urns with boiler drain valve with hose
connection: Connect a drain hose with garden hose
fitting to valve. Make sure other end of drain hose
is placed in proper drain receptacle such as a sink.
Open drain valve. Be careful, hot water will pour
from urn. Make sure the drain hose is capable of
withstanding 210ºF (100ºC) water.
3b. On urns provided with petcock type drain valve:
Place a pan under the drain. Using pliers or hands
with heavy rubber gloves open the valve. Be careful,
hot water will pour from the urn. With heavy
rubber gloves, push a 3/4" flexible rubber tube over
the drain cock. The other end of the tube should be
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in a proper drain receptacle.
4. Drain each liner by opening the faucet in front of
the urn for each liner.
5. Close the drain valve after the urn is drained.
Note: To perform the tasks listed below, the urn
must be totally drained and cool.
To Remove a Liner:
1. Unscrew the liner nut at the bottom of the liner. A
tool to do this may be purchased from GrindmasterCecilware Corporation.
2. Remove any screws on the outside perimeter of the
liner ring on the top of the urn.
3. With a rubber mallet, tap the side of the liner near
the bottom until the liner is loose. Find and remove
the rubber washer which seals the bottom of the
liner.
To Replace a Liner:
1. Place a liner washer over the inlet to the coffee
tube. You must use a new washer whenever the
liner is removed.
2. Place the liner in the urn, lining the hole in the
bottom of the liner to the coffee tube.
3. With a rubber mallet, tap the top perimeter of the
liner ring to seat the liner on the coffee tube. Tap
down evenly along the circumference of the liner
ring.
4. Tighten the liner nut at the bottom of the liner.
To Replace a Heater (drain the urn first):
1. Remove the control drawer as described previously.
(Refer to section To Access Controls.)
2. Locate the heater terminals on the side.
3. Remove the heater liner which is closest to the
terminals.
4. Loosen the heater connection and remove heater.
Clean area around holes to make sure you will get
a good seal with new heater.
5. Place the copper sealing washer on the new heater
with the split toward the element.
6. Position the new heater in the urn and tighten the
nut.
7. Be sure the electrical connections are tight. Close
the female terminal gap with pliers if it is too loose.
Replace the wires if they are damaged.
To replace the thermostat (drain the urn first):
1. Remove the control drawer as described previously.
(Refer to section To Access Controls.)
2. Locate the fitting on the bottom surface of the urn
which the thermostat capillary passes through.
3. Remove the coffee liner closest to this fitting.
4. Locate the thermostat bulb and remember its
location. Some urns have two thermostats.
5. Unwrap the wire holding the bulb.
6. Unscrew the thermostat from the fitting on the
bottom of the urn.
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Maintenance (continued)
WARNING: SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD
To prevent electric shock and burn hazard all tasks
described in this section are to be performed by a
trained and qualified service technician.
7. Disconnect the wires and remove the thermostat.
8. Attach the new thermostat and tighten the
capillary tube fitting.
9. Use the wire to attach the bulb to the same location
in the urn as the old thermostat.
10. Reattach the liner, as described above, close up the
urn, allow the urn to heat to check the temperature
setting.
To Convert Between Single and Three Phase
(on urns with three heaters only, 208-240V only):
Refer to the heater wiring diagram #091-227 at the
end of the manual.
Use extra caution in ensuring that all wires are correctly
and securely connected.
To
1.
2.
3.
Replace a Spray Over Pump on Pump Urns:
Disconnect power from urn.
Remove the cover over the controls.
Locate the brass hose clamp in the control panel.
(Usually located in plastic bag with wiring
diagrams.)
4. Clamp off intake hose to pump from water jacket.
(Hose leading to center of pump.)
5. Disconnect wires from pump to control (label
wires).
6. Disconnect ground wire.
7. Slip hoses off pump. Some residual water may exit
from hose (2 to 3 ounces).
8. Loosen screws which hold pump in place and
remove pump.
9. Retain fittings and mounting bracket for use with
replacement pump.
10. Replace pump; be sure it is level. Reconnect wiring,
including ground and tubing. Make sure
orientation of pump outlet is same as original
pump.
11. Restore power to the urn and test.
Liquid Level Control System
Dual Level Control: What it Does (Refer to Figure C,):
A) AUTO REFILL of the water compartment to keep the
tank filled with water. When the water is used, the fill
valve opens automatically to let in more water. The fill
valve closes when the water level reaches full.
B) LOW WATER CUTOFF to prevent burnout of the
electric immersion heater when there is not enough
water to cover it. When low water occurs, the heat
automatically switches off. The heat stays off until more
water is added.
Quick Service Check of Liquid Level Control
System:
1. All wires secure and properly connected.
2. Clean the electrodes. Lime (mineral scale) build-up
can interfere with operation of any liquid control
system.
Figure C
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Maintenance (continued)
Service/Troubleshooting Solid State Air Agitation
A vibrator air pump is located in the control box. This
pump supplies the air to the coffee liners. It is turned
on directly by pushing the manual agitation switch, and
automatically by the brew timer or solid state relay in
series with the brew timer.
The manual agitation switch is a momentary contact,
normally open single pole black push button switch.
Depressing the button closes the switch contacts
completing the circuit to the air pump. It is wired
parallel to the automatic agitation circuit.
The automatic 30-second (approx.) operation of the air
pump is provided by the output of the solid state brew
timer or a separate solid state agitation relay in series
with the brew timer. The delayed automatic agitation
program (2 minute off time between end of spray and
start of 30 second agitation) uses a delay solid state
relay in series with the brew timer.
The following trouble shooting guide assumes that
internal wiring is correct and 120V AC power is
provided.
1. IF COFFEE LEVEL DOES NOT RISE BACK IN GAUGE
GLASS, or is unusually slow to come back up, the
very small vent hole in the clean out cap is clogged.
Clear vent using a straight pin or similar object.
2. IF AGITATION DOES NOT STOP, check for sticking
manual agitation switch. Where automatic
agitation is built into timer, and manual switch
checks okay, timer is defective and should be
replaced. Where automatic agitation is a separate
solid state agitation relay and manual switch checks
okay, the relay is defective and should be replaced.
If there is a constant “low” air pump output, the
solid state timer or relay is defective and should be
replaced.
3. IF NO AIR ENTERS LINER, check output of pump
through outlet fittings on urn front. If okay, then
make sure all connections are tight. Check for leaks
at gauge glass, at top, bottom and at cleanout cap.
May require new o-ring or silicone grease on top
cap; upper or lower gauge glass washer; or, if
chipped or cracked, new gauge glass. Also, make
sure passageways through top cap and gauge base
are clear.
4. IF LITTLE OR NO AIR COMES THROUGH FITTINGS ON
URN FRONT, open control box and check pump
operation. If pump operates, but has weak output,
replace it. If air pump is okay, air lines between
control box and front fittings are blocked or leak.
Blockage usually is caused by overfilling liners. Use
stiff thin wire to clear. If air lines leak, coffee liners
are removed first, then tighten compression fittings
at each end of lines.
5. IF NEITHER AUTOMATIC NOR MANUAL AGITATION
OPERATES PUMP, pump is most likely defective and
should be replaced.
6. IF AUTOMATIC AGITATION IS OKAY, BUT MANUAL
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DOES NOT WORK, replace manual agitation switch.
7. IF MANUAL AGITATION WORKS, BUT AUTOMATIC
DOES NOT, replace the solid state brew timer or
separate solid state agitation relay.
American Metal Ware
High Speed Brewing Urn
Troubleshooting Guide
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, unplug the power cord before repairing or replacing
any internal components of the unit. Before any attempt to replace a component, be sure to check all electrical
connections for proper contact. Only a qualified service technician should perform electrical and mechanical
adjustments or repairs.
The following procedures must be performed by a qualified service technician. Disconnect power to
machine before servicing.
Before you call for help, please read the following:
Filling Problems
PROBLEM
Overfilling water
tank when power
is off.
• Fill valve installed
backwards.
SERVICE CHECK
• Water entering tank
continuously, usually
slowly.
• Look for direction of
arrow on valve body.
Overfilling water
tank only when
power is on.
• High electrode
coated with lime or
faulty.
• Jumper HI terminal on
level control to metal
enclosure stops fill.
Tank does not
refill.
• Missing or faulty
• Jumper from C
connection of C terminal terminal to metal body
on level control
stops fill.
to metal enclosure.
• Fill valve connected
• Check connections.
to heat terminal on
leve control.
• Liquid Level Control
• Jumper from HI to C
is faulty.
or metal enclosure
does not stop fill.
• No electrical power to
• Nothing operates.
equipment.
High Speed Brewing Urn
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Fill valve not
sealing properly.
SOLUTION
• Disassemble valve and clean
out debris. Valve may need
new plunger if seal is worn.
• If arrow on valve is pointing
toward water inlet, remove
valve and install correctly.
• Remove electrode assembly
and clean both probes. If
problem is not corrected,
replace electrode assembly.
• Make secure connection of
C to metal body.
• Connect black lead for valve
to FILL on level control.
• Replace level control.
• Check main switch or circuit
breaker, urn’s circuit breaker
or power switch if provided.
• No water supplied to
• Cracked water inlet
• Establish water supply
equipment.
fitting.
to unit.
• Water strainer clogged. • Water pressure before
• Remove and clean or replace
strainer but not after.
strainer’s mesh.
• No power to level
• Check for 120V AC
• If no voltage, check for loose
control.
across H and N terminals
or broken wires.
on level control.
• Level control faulty.
• Disconnect probe
• If no 120V at FILL terminal,
wire to HI terminal
replace level control.
on level control.
Check for 120V at
FILL terminal.
• Electrodes faulty.
• Tank fills only when
• Replace electrodes. If no
probe wire is
remedy, check for improper
disconnected from HI
wiring or level probe tip
terminal on level
touching metal.
control.
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Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, unplug the power cord before repairing or replacing
any internal components of the unit. Before any attempt to replace a component, be sure to check all electrical
connections for proper contact. Only a qualified service technician should perform electrical and mechanical
adjustments or repairs.
Filling Problems (continued)
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Tank does not
• Fill valve faulty.
refill.
Heating Problems
PROBLEM
Tank does not
heat.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Low electrode faulty or
covered with lime.
• Level control faulty.
• Thermostat faulty or
out of cailbration.
• Heater contactor coil
faulty.
(electric heat)
• Heater contactor
contacts faulty.
• Heater faulty.
Recovery time is
very long.
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• Heater faulty.
SERVICE CHECK
• 120V is across FILL
and N on level
control, but no fill.
SOLUTION
• Disassemble valve and
clean or replace plunger if
frozen. If plunger is OK, coil
may need replacement.
SERVICE CHECK
• Jumper from XL
terminal on level
control to metal
body allows heating.
• Check for 120V
between H and N
terminals on level
control. If OK, jumper
between XL and metal
body and check for
120V between HEAT
and N terminals.
• Make sure thermostat
is turned on. Jumper
across thermostat
allows heating.
• Check for 120V across
contactor coil.
SOLUTION
• Clean electrode, check wiring.
If no remedy, replace
electrodes.
• If 120V is not at HEAT, replace
level control.
• Recalibrate thermostat. If no
remedy or thermostat does
not cycle, replace thermostat.
• If correct voltage, but
contactor not closing, replace
contactor.
• Check for heater
• If no continuity across
voltage between each
contactor when it is closed,
heater pole on contactor replace contactor.
and a different terminal
pole.
• Check resistance across
• If resistance is much
elements with wires
different than 10 to 15 ohms,
disconnected.
replace heater.
• see above.
• see above.
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High Speed Brewing Urn
Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, unplug the power cord before repairing or replacing
any internal components of the unit. Before any attempt to replace a component, be sure to check all electrical
connections for proper contact. Only a qualified service technician should perform electrical and mechanical
adjustments or repairs.
Brewing Problems
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Timer out of
Brew volume too
large or too small.
adjustment.
• Flow rate is incorrect.
Brew volume
erratic.
Brew cycle will
not start.
High Speed Brewing Urn
SERVICE CHECK
• Compare timer setting
to factory setting
chart.
• Brew batch for one
minute and measure
volume. Compare to
factory setting chart.
• Pressure not adequate
at urn.
• Water line must be 3/8”
ID and pressure at least
30 PSI.
• Lime build-up in
heat exchange coil.
(heat exchange
models only)
• Timer faulty
• Brew rate regulator
opened completely,
pressure OK at urn,
but flow is still slow.
• Brew time does
match timer setting.
Timer not adjustable.
• Water temperature
above 200º F.
• Check water pressure
at urn inlet with and
without other
appliances operating.
• Pump cavitation
(pump models only)
• Water supply pressure
fluctuates.
SOLUTION
• Adjust timer.
• Adjust flow rate. If flow rate
cannot be adjusted, check for
lime in spray arm, or spray
arm post. Water regulator on
heat exchange urns may
be faulty or need
adjustment.
• Increase water line size.
Plumb line so other
equipment does not interfere
with pressure.
• De-lime heat exchange coil.
• Replace timer.
• Lower temperature setting.
• Plumb water supply so that
water pressure is not
significantly affected by
other appliances.
• On Heat Exchange Urns,
adjust, repair, or replace
regulators.
Note: Small variations from batch to batch are normal.
• Timer faulty.
• Check for 120V
If no 120V BREW output
between H and N on
from timer, replace timer.
timer. If OK, check for
120V between BREW
and N on timer after
pressing start.
• Pump faulty
• 120V between electrical
Check for lime in pump
(pump urns only)
input at pump, but pump impeller. Clean or replace
impeller. If no remedy,
does not operate.
replace pump.
• Spray arm clogged
• Cannot blow through
• Clean lime out of spray
with lime.
spray arm.
nozzle.
• Coil on Heat Exchange • Brew valve opens but
• Delime or replace coil.
Urns clogged.
no water enters coil.
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Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, unplug the power cord before repairing or replacing
any internal components of the unit. Before any attempt to replace a component, be sure to check all electrical
connections for proper contact. Only a qualified service technician should perform electrical and mechanical
adjustments or repairs.
Brewing Problems (continued)
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Agitation does not • Timer faulty.
automatically start
after brew.
• Air pump faulty.
Agitation pump
• Silicone tube at top
starts, but does not of gauge glass broken.
stir coffee.
SERVICE CHECK
SOLUTION
• Pressing manual
• Replace timer.
agitation button
starts air pump.
• Pressing manual
• Replace air pump.
agitation button does
not start air pump. Also
check for 120V at
electrical input to pump.
• Visual.
• Replace tubing.
If you still need help, call Grindmaster-Cecilware Technical Service Department, (502) 425-4776 or (800) 695-4500
(USA & Canada only) (Monday through Friday 8 AM - 6 PM EST). Please have the model and serial number ready
so that accurate information can be given.
Prior authorization must be obtained from Grindmaster-Cecilware for all warranty claims.
Grindmaster-Cecilware provides the industry’s BEST warranty. Visit our website at gmcw.com for
warranty terms and conditions.
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High Speed Brewing Urn
Parts Diagram and List
High Volume Urns (Model 87710)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
DESCRIPTION
Dual Air Pump
Electrode Assembly
Timer
Thermostat
Cover
Air Agitation Tubing
Vent Tube
Spray Arm Assemby
Cover Handle
Brew Basket
Gauge Glass Assembly
12.
Faucet
13.
14.
ADI Foot
Shank w/Wing Coupling Nut
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
22.
23.
24.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
32.
33.
Coffee
Water
Black
Red
Coffee
Water
Electric Immersion Water Heater
Thermometer
Circuit Breaker
Manual Agitation Switch
Fill Solenoid Valve
Sprayover Pump
Heater Contactor
Liquid Level Control - Dual
Power Input Terminal Block
Water Strainer
Start Push Button
Stop Push Button
Refill Water Inlet Standpipe
Boiler Drain Valve
Ball Valve for Sprayover
Plug for Ball Valve (Sprayover)
High Speed Brewing Urn
PART NO.
A508004
A712-017
A530-007
A504001
A800007
A512011
A581B
A1214028
A513001
ABB810
A718025
A718-046
A537-053
A537-053R
A510012
A1211016
A1211015
320-00033
A506001
86618
A515001
A537-164
A725-101
A514005
A549-006
A531-035
532064
A515001
A515002
A418-005
359-00084
280-00025
548-090
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Wiring Diagram
All Series Urns with Air Agitation (Does not apply to Pourover Urns)
NOTES:
1) STEAM VALVE LEADS ARE BLACK OR RED.
Drawing #091-537
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High Speed Brewing Urn
Wiring Diagram (continued)
All Series Urns with Low Temp No Brew (Does not apply to Pourover Urns)
Drawing #091-538
High Speed Brewing Urn
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
All Series Urns with No Air Agitation (Does not apply to Pourover Urns)
NOTES:
1) STEAM VALVE LEADS ARE BLACK
OR RED.
2) USE THIS DIAGRAM FOR MODELS: 8215,
OR CH SERIES, AND OTHER SINGLE
OR TWIN URNS WITHOUT AGITATION.
Drawing #091-541
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
Optional Seven Day Timer
NOTE: MAY HAVE CIRCUIT BREAKER
INSTEAD OF FUSE.
Drawing #A-987
High Speed Brewing Urn
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
Optional High Speed Fill Jug
Drawing #A-1001
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High Speed Brewing Urn
Wiring Diagram (continued)
208V-240V 2 or 3 Heating Element Wiring (All Urns)
Drawing #091-227
High Speed Brewing Urn
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
380V-480V 3PH, 3 Element Wiring (All Urns)
NOTE: PUMP URNS AND REMOTE DISPENSING
URNS HAVE A SEPARATE CORD AND PLUG FOR
CONTROL CIRCUIT.
Drawing #091-027
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High Speed Brewing Urn
Wiring Diagram (continued)
208V-240V Alternate Low Water Heater
Drawing #091-024
High Speed Brewing Urn
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Phone: 502.425.4776 Toll Free: 800.695.4500
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Printed in USA
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