PrecisionBrew™ Digital Decanter Brewers Operator Manual

PrecisionBrew™ Digital Decanter Brewers Operator Manual
Operator Manual
PrecisionBrew™ Digital Decanter Brewers
Model B-ID
Model B-6
Table of Contents
Safety Information..................2
Unpacking ...............................3
Installation...............................3
Adjustments ............................5
Operation ................................8
Cleaning...................................9
Troubleshooting Guide.........10
Parts Diagram and List..........12
Wiring Diagram.....................18
Thank you for purchasing this quality brewer. For your safety and the safety of others, read all warnings and the
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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Fax: 502.425.4664
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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 a water jet or use in an area where a water jet may be used.
Cleaning and maintenance shall be made only by properly trained persons with supervision.
Do not remove decanter or basket while product is brewing.
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 expolsion 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.
Warmers and 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.
Do not clean with water jet.
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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B-Series
Unpacking
Electrical Hook-up and Start-up Procedure
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.
Installation
Mechanical Installation
NOTICE:
This brewer should be installed by a
knowledgeable
and
experienced
commercial
equipment installer.
1. Inspect unit to see if any damage occurred in
shipment.
2. Position brewer on counter. Place on sturdy
permanent counter top. Adjust the feet to level the
brewer. With bubble level, check to see that the
brewer is level on countertop.
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 80 psi.
1. The incoming water supply should have a shut-off
valve connected in-line. The end should have a
female 1/4" flare fitting. Water supply should be a
1/4" I.D. dedicated line.
2. Prior to installing the brewer, flush out the water
line by running approximately 1 gal. of water into
a pail. This will ensure no sediment from a new
installation can get in the brewer.
3. Make sure your source water is turned off. Connect
the water line’s 1/4" female flare fitting to the 1/4"
male fitting on the hose connector.
4. Make sure brewer is unplugged. Connect the water
line to the brewer with the hose connector.
5. Turn the water valve on, sending water to the
brewer. If there are any leaks, tighten connections
to stop leakage.
NOTICE: Single head machines may be used without
a pressurized water supply. (See Pour-Over Mode
section)
B-Series
WARNING: Risk of electrical shock or fire.
Wiring connections must be performed by a qualified
technician.
NOTICE:
This equipment must be installed in
compliance with applicable Federal, State, and/or Local
electrical codes having jurisdiction. Do not use
extension cords. Make sure that the outlet the brewer
plugs into is grounded.
(Refer to serial tag to verify model number of your
machine)
1. Remove front panel.
2. Connect electrical service through rear of machine
to terminal block (inside front panel) marked L1, N,
and L2. (See Figures A and B)
3. On dual volt units, flip voltage switch (inside front
panel next to terminal block) to 120V for 120 Volt
service or 240V for 120/208, or 120/240 Volt service.
(See Figures A, B, and table next page)
4. Re-install front panel.
5. Turn on (plug-in) electrical service to brewer.
6. Water tank will fill after a 7-second delay. The
machine will make a hissing sound when this occurs.
On single head models, allow approximately 1.5
minutes for the brewer to fill. On two head models,
allow approximately five minutes for the brewer to
fill.
NOTICE: If water supply is inadequate or not
connected, display will read “P-O” after 4 minutes of
fill time (Refer to Pour-Over Mode section). If Fill Cycle
times out and display reads “P-O” before tank is full,
turn unit OFF then ON again to reset and continue
filling.
7. The tank will begin heating slightly before machine
fills.
8. Turn brewer on by pressing ON/OFF switch in front
of machine. (Light will illuminate)
9. The brewer settings can be adjusted through the
front touch pad. (Refer to Adjustments section)
10. The water will be hot and the brewer will be ready
to brew when “READY” light illuminates.
11. Set Brew volume. (Refer to Setting Brew Volume
section)
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Installation (continued)
Electrical Hook-up and Start-up Procedure (continued)
For 120V, 15A or 20A Service (2 Wire + Ground)
On Dual Volt Units, Flip Switch to “120V”
L1
N
L2
Connect Neutral (N) to Middle
Connect Hot (L1) to Left Side
Connect Ground to Screw
Figure A
For 120/208-240V, 20A Service (3 Wire + Ground)
On Dual Volt Units, Flip Switch to “240V”
N
L1
L2
Connect Hot (L1) to Left Side
Connect Ground to Screw
Connect Neutral (N) to Middle
Connect Hot (L2) to Right Side
Figure B
POWER REQUIREMENTS: (Refer to serial tag for voltage to be supplied.)
Applied Volts
120
120/208
120/240
4
Watts
Amps
B-3, B-3WL, B-3WR
Models
1800
15
B-SAP, B-ID
1780
14.9
B-3, B-3WL, B-3WR
2920
14.1
B-SAP, B-ID, B-DAP, B-DGP
2620
12.6
B-6
5110
24.6
B-DAP, B-DGP (30A)
4510
21.7
B-3, B-3WL, B-3WR
B-SAP, B-ID, B-DAP, B-DGP
B-6
3800
3500
6600
15.9
14.6
27.5
B-DAP, B-DGP (30A)
6000
25
NEMA Plug
Cord AWG
5-15P, 5-20P for CUL
3X14
L14-20P
4X12
L14-30P
4X10
L14-20P
4X12
L14-30P
4X10
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Connections
Hot to L1
Neutral to N
Ground to ground screw
Hot to L1
Neutral to N
Hot to L2
Ground to ground screw
Hot to L1
Neutral to N
Hot to L2
Ground to ground screw
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Installation (continued)
FACTORY SETTINGS (for each dispense head)
• Tank temperature is set at 200 degrees F.
• Brew time is pre-set at 2:20. (Volume/time to be set
on-site)
• Pulse Brew is set for 1 pulse, 20 sec on, 20 sec off.
• Warmer Energy Savings mode is set for 60-minutes.
(“OFF” for models without warmers)
• Low Temp / No Brew option is set to “OFF” or
disabled.
• Pour over setting override is set to “no” or plumb in.
• Settings lock-out jumper on controller is set in
“unlock” position.
Adjustments
Refer to B-Series Programming Chart on page 6.
NOTE: Set each dispense head individually on two
head models with two controllers and serial
numbers A166225 and lower (without a -P suffix).
Tank temperature must be set to the same setting
on both heads in order for the unit to operate
properly.
Tank Temperature:
Left display controls this.
• Press-and-hold both “up” and “down” arrows for 5
seconds.
• The display will indicate either “d F” or “d C”.
(Fahrenheit or Celsius)
• Press up or down arrow to change from one scale to
the other.
• Press “BREW” button to accept and proceed to the
next setting.
• The display will read temperature value in the scale
previously selected.
• Press up or down arrow to change temperature value.
• Press “BREW” button to accept and proceed to the
next setting.
Brew Time:
• The display will read “br ”. (brew time)
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to the next setting.
• The display will read the set brew time in minutes and
seconds. (ex: 2.20)
• Press up or down arrow to change time value.
• Press “BREW” button to accept and proceed to the
next setting.
Pulse Brewing Mode:
• The display will read “P-b”. (pulse brew)
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to the next setting.
• The display will read “OFF” - “1”- ”6”.
• Press up or down arrow to change number of pulses.
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to the next setting.
B-Series
• The display will read “0.05” - “0.30”.
• Press up or down arrow to change pulse-on time for
each pulse in seconds.
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to next setting.
• The display will read “0.05” - “0.30”.
• Press up or down arrow to change pulse-off time for
each pulse.
• Press “BREW” button to accept and proceed to the
next setting.
Energy Savings Mode (Warmer shut-off):
• The display will read “E-S”. (energy savings)
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to the next setting.
• The display will read “Off” - “10” - “240” in multiples
of 10.
• Press up or down arrow to change time value in
minutes. Must be “OFF” for models without warmers.
• Press “BREW” button to accept and proceed to the
next setting.
Low Temp/No Brew Mode:
• The display will read “Ltn” (Low Temp/No Brew).
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to the next setting.
• Press up or down arrow to change to “ON” or “OFF”.
• Press “BREW” to accept and proceed to the next
setting.
Pour-Over Mode:
Left display controls this.
• The display will read “P-O” (pour-over).
• Press “BREW” button to proceed to the next setting.
• Press up or down arrow to change to “YES” or “NO”.
Plumbed-in units must be set to “NO”.
• Press “BREW” button to accept and exit menu.
Setting Brew Volume:
• Remove brew basket & spray head.
• Make sure “READY” light is on.
• Place empty server under exit nozzle to capture water.
• Press “BREW” button to fill water lines.
• Press “BREW” button again after approximately 10
seconds to stop water flow.
• Empty server then place under exit nozzle.
• Press-and-hold “BREW” button for 5 seconds until
display reads “Pro”, then release.
• Press-and-release “BREW” button to initiate brew.
• The brew valve opens and the time begins to count
up on display.
• Water will flow into decanter.
• When water level reaches desired amount, press-andrelease “BREW” button again.
• Time value will flash in the display.
• Press-and-release “BREW” button within 10 seconds
to set time.
• Reinstall spray head and brew basket.
• Repeat process for each brew head.
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Adjustments (continued)
Programming
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Adjustments (continued)
User Lockout
User Lockout is achieved via the position of the LOCK jumper on the board header. Locate the header on the
board (shown below) and place the jumper in the desired position. In the Locked position all menus in this
document are locked out, and the unit will only allow brewing functions. There are two versions of the header,
10 pin and 2 pin. Both configurations are shown below.
User
Lockout
Jumper
2 Pin Version
Locked
LOCK
Unlocked
LOCK
10 Pin Version
Locked
User Lockout Jumper
1
LOCK
Unlocked
1
LOCK
Controller Fuse Sizes
Fuses
Controller (pn A530-059) uses (2) 5mm x 20mm 5 Ampere fuses.
Controller (pn A530-056) uses (2) fuses - 1.25” x 0.25” 3AG series 312.
- (1) is a 1 Ampere 3AG-1
- (1) is a 5 Ampere 3AG-5
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Operation
Brewing Procedure:
• Place a new paper filter in the brew basket.
• Put desired amount of ground coffee in brew
basket. (3.5 oz (100 grams) maximum)
• Place decanter or airpot under brew basket.
• Be sure lower warmer is on. (if available)
• Press “BREW” button to start brewing.
The “READY” light will flash for the entire brew cycle.
Water will dispense for the set time of brew, and light
will flash after water is dispensed to denote “drip
time”.
(ex.. Time set for 2:30, water is dispensed for 2:30, and
light continues to flash for another 1:15 for total brew
cycle of 3:45.)
Do not remove the brew basket while the
“READY” light is blinking.
A stop function is added to the “BREW” switch. Pressing
the “BREW” switch during a brew cycle will stop the
brew. Coffee will need to be emptied from brew basket
and brew procedure will need to be started again.
After a brew cycle, the tank must reheat and the
“READY” light must be lit before starting the next cycle.
Reheat (recovery) time is dependent on voltage applied
and inlet water temperature.
Approximate reheat times for a 64 oz decanter are as
follows.
120 Volt supply:
3-4 minutes
120/208 Volt supply:
30-90 seconds
120/240 Volt supply:
0 – 30 seconds
Pulse Brewing Mode:
• When mode is “ON” (number of pulses, pulse on, and
pulse off time), and a brew cycle is initiated, water is
dispensed for the ON time then stops for the OFF time
to define one pulse. This repeats for number of pulses
programmed. After pulsing is finished, the water
continues to dispense for the remaining set time.
During the pulse-off time, the water infuses the coffee
and the bed rises to allow for better extraction.
• When mode is “OFF” and a brew cycle is initiated,
water is dispensed continually for the entire set time
without any delay.
Energy Savings Mode (Warmer Shut-Off):
(ONLY FOR MODELS WITH WARMERS)
When set time has elapsed after a brew cycle, the lights
above the warmer switches will flash and the warmers
will automatically turn off. To stop lights from flashing,
press one of the warmer switches. To turn warmers back
on, press corresponding warmer switch. The timer will
reset when a new brew cycle is initiated.
Refer to Adjustments section to adjust time values or
simply disable mode. Time values may be adjusted from
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OFF to 10 minutes to 240 minutes in increments of 10
minutes.
Low Temp/No Brew Mode:
When set to “ON”, a brew cycle cannot be initiated
until tank is hot and “READY” light is ON.
When set to “OFF”, a brew cycle may be initiated at any
time.
Pour-Over Mode:
Note: Not available on B-6, B-DAP, and B-DGP
(twin) models.
Brewers are capable of operating without a pressurized
water source.
If there is no pressurized water source, brewer
can be set-up as a pour-over.
1. If no water is in the tank to begin with, pour
about three decanters of fresh water into the
basin. (Fig. D next page). A small amount of
water should remain in the basin.
2. If tank already has water, pour fresh water into
basin (Fig D) until a small amount is in the basin
and no longer drains into the tank.
3. Place server under the EMPTY brew basket.
4. Turn power on to machine.
5. Go into Settings Mode and change “P-O” to
“YES”.
6. Display will read “P-O”. (Fig C)
7. Wait until Ready light illuminates.
8. Press-and-release Brew button to initiate a
brew cycle.
9. Water should stop flowing before READY light
stops flashing to create a “short pot”.
10. After tank water recovers and READY light
illuminates, brewer is ready to brew coffee. See
Brewing Procedure.
If brewer is in operation (connected to a
pressurized water source) and water is shut off
for four minutes, display will read “P-O” (Fig C)
and brewer can be used as a pour-over:
1. Place server under the EMPTY brew basket.
2. Wait until Ready light illuminates.
3. Press-and-release Brew button to initiate a
brew cycle.
4. Water should stop flowing before READY light
stops flashing to create a “short pot”.
5. After tank water recovers and READY light
illuminates, brewer is ready to brew coffee. See
Brew Procedure.
If water pressure problem is resolved, simply press Off
then On.
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Operation (continued)
Cleaning
Brew Procedure while brewer is in pour over
“P-O” mode:
1. Wait until tank water heats up and READY light is
on.
2. Place brew basket in place with ground coffee
inside filter.
Cleaning Cabinet
• The outside of the brewer can be cleaned with a damp
cloth, a household dusting spray or a stainless steel
cleaner. Do not use an abrasive such as Scotchbrite or
Brillo pads. These may mar the finish.
• Wipe the underside of the cabinet hood with a clean
cloth. Be especially careful when using soap or
detergent around the sprayhead.
Any soap left on the deflector may impart an
unpleasant taste to the first brews.
Cleaning Warmers
The warmer plates are easy to clean and will maintain
its appearance longer if cleaned regularly. Coffee stains
can be wiped off with a damp cloth. Use detergent or
sanitizer for heavy deposits, but refrain from using
abrasives.
Cleaning Brew Basket, Airpots And Decanters
Use commercial grade urn cleaner (as directed by
manufacturer) and rinse thoroughly.
Figure C
Figure D
3. Pour a full (64oz) maximum container of fresh
water into basin at top/front of brewer. (Fig D)
4. Place container under brew basket.
5. Press-and-release “BREW” button to initiate brew
cycle.
Counter:
The brewer is equipped with a counter that displays the
total number of brew cycles for each dispense head.
After turning the brewer on, the number will scroll
across the display two times and then clear.
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Troubleshooting Guide
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, unplug the dispenser 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.
Before you call for help, please read the following:
PROBLEM
Weak coffee
PROBABLE CAUSE
• Not enough coffee used.
• Grind is too coarse.
• Water not hot enough.
• Coffee bed has dry areas.
Strong coffee
Bitter coffee
Grounds in coffee
Brew basket overflowed
• Too much coffee used.
• Grind is too fine.
• Paper filter collapsed during
brewing.
• Too much coffee.
• Coffee is too fine.
• Double batching.
• Water tank or brew basket needs
cleaning.
Quantity of coffee dispensed • Lime scale build-up.
each throw is not the same • Hose kinked.
• Dump Valve not adjusted properly.
Unpleasant taste
• Defective thermistor.
• No power to brewer.
• Power switch turned off.
• Touch pad disconnected.
• Water volume adjustment.
• Delime machine.
• Check hoses.
• Turn screw on Dump Valve to open
fully.
• Check the length of time brewer
runs with watch.
• Plug unit directly into outlet. Do
not use extension cord.
• Designate single line for unit. Do
not use multi outlet box.
• Turn water supply on, then reset
power.
• Clean or replace water fill valve.
• Replace if defective.
• Check settings with actual
temperature.
• Replace Thermistor.
• Check power at source.
• Turn switch on.
• Reconnect touchpad.
• Readjust.
• Lime build up in dump valve.
• Faulty seal.
• Tube limed up.
• Defective valve seat.
• Delime unit.
• Replace seal.
• Delime tank.
• Replace seat.
• Defective timer.
Circuit breaker continuously • Insufficient current due to use of
trips
extension cord.
• Insufficient current due to
overloaded line.
Control board displays “P-O” • Water supply turned off.
• Water fill valve on too long.
Control board displays “ER2” • Problem with Thermistor.
Water boiling (or steaming) • Temperature set too high.
No lights are on
(including warmer lights)
Too much or not enough
water in server
Spray head dripping
Hot water spigot dripping
Hot water spigot not
dispensing
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SOLUTION
• Set to portion more coffee.
• Use a finer grind.
• Check spray temp, should be
greater than 185°F.
• Spray deflector broken or missing.
Replace.
• Use less coffee.
• Use a coarser grind.
• Use proper filter.
• Position filter carefully.
• Use no more than 3 1/2 oz. of
coffee.
• Use a coarser grind.
• You must dump old coffee and use
fresh new filter for each brew.
• Clean, sanitize, and de-lime.
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Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, unplug the dispenser 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.
PROBLEM
Warmer failure
PROBABLE CAUSE
• Loss of power.
• Bus fuse (5 Amp) on controller
board is blown.
• Defective warmer heater.
Water solenoids not working • Bus fuse (1 Amp) on controller
board is blown.
One indicator light will not • LED burned out.
illuminate
ERROR MESSAGES
PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE
SERVICE CHECK
ER1
• Fill valve on for over 6 min. • Check system for water
(This occurs during initial
leaks.
fill on some units – see
Electrical Hook-up and
Start-up Procedure
ER2
• Thermistor failure or loose • Ensure that connector
connections in thermistor
is securely attached
circuit.
to controller and that
thermistor is securely
connected.
ER3
• Thermistor is reading out
• Check tank
of range.
temperature.
ER4
• No heating is detected.
• Verify power to heating
element and high limit
operation.
SOLUTION
• Check power source.
• Replace fuse.
• Replace defective heater.
• Replace fuse.
• Replace touchpad.
REMEDY
• Correct any leaks and reset controller.
• Secure connections and reset
controller. If error reoccurs, replace
thermistor.
• Replace thermistor.
• Repair as needed.
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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Parts Diagram and List
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (serial numbers without a -P suffix only)
Model B-3 Dual Voltage Unit Shown
A12124
Spray Head
Deflector Kit
A531-072
Heater Relay,
12VDC coil
A554-109
Transformer
30VA, 24V ct
A71934
Controller Kit*
A61467
Switch,
120 or 240 Heater
(Dual volt models only)
A71683
24VAC Inlet Valve
A71619
Brew Basket
Assembly
(not shown)
A71431
Gourmet Brew Basket Assy
(optional for B-SAP)
(not shown)
A13029
Warmer
Heater
(not shown)
* Each kit includes: (1) A530-056 controller and (1) A71933 touchpad
A71577
Warmer Plate
(not shown)
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B-Series
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID Parts List (serial numbers with a -P suffix only)
Model B-3 Dual Voltage Unit Shown
A12124
Spray Head
Deflector Kit
A71450
Heater Relay,
24VDC coil
A554-109
Transformer
30VA, 24V ct
A530-059
Controller
A61467
Switch,
120 or 240 Heater
(Dual volt models only)
A64060
24VDC Inlet Valve
A71619
Brew Basket
Assembly
(not shown)
A71431
Gourmet Brew Basket Assy
(optional for B-SAP)
(not shown)
A13029
Warmer
Heater
(not shown)
A71577
Warmer Plate
(not shown)
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Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID Parts List Dual Voltage Unit Shown
Dual Voltage Unit Shown
A62305
Thermostat,
Hi-Limit
A71567
Thermistor
A71562
Element,
240V/3500W
A71561
Element,
120V/1500W
A71681
Gasket,
Tank
A544-008
Grommet,
Probe (3)
A61243
Grommet,
Dump Valve
A12124
Spray Head
Deflector Kit
Dump
Valve**
(see note under
photo)
A71570
Decal
T-Pad,
B-3, B3WR, B3WL
Touch Pad
w/Cable*
(see note
under photo)
A71699
Decal
T-Pad,
B-SAP
B-ID
Touch Pad w/ Cable:
* A71933: used on serial numbers without a -P suffix and with controller # A530-056
A530-061: used on serial numbers with a -P suffix and with controller # A530-059
Dump Valve:
** A71684 (24VAC): used on serial numbers without a -P suffix and with controller # A530-056
A64062 (24VDC): used on serial numbers with a -P suffix and with controller # A530-059
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Models B-6, B-DGP & B-DAP Parts List (serial numbers without a -P suffix only)
Model B-6 Shown
A71822
Decal,
T-pad
B-6
A71823
Decal,
T-pad,
B-DAP,
B-DGP
A548-128
Deflector Spray
Head (2)
A61481
Transformer (2)
40VA, 24VCT
A531-072
Heater
Relay,
12VDC coil
A71934
Controller Kit (2)
(each kit includes:
(1) A530-056 controller
and
(1) A71933 touchpad)
A71683
Valve, Inlet
24VAC
A71619
Brew Basket Assy. (not shown) (2)
A13029
Warmer Heater (not shown) A71577
Warmer Plate (not shown)
A71431
Gourmet Brew Basket Assy (optional for B-DAP, B-DGP) (not shown)
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Models B-6, B-DGP & B-DAP Parts List (with a -P suffix only)
Model B-6 Shown
A71822
Decal,
T-pad
B-6
A71823
Decal,
T-pad,
B-DAP,
B-DGP
A548-128
Deflector Spray
Head (2)
A61481
Transformer
40VA, 24VCT
A71450
Heater
Relay,
24VDC coil
A530-059
Controller
A64060
Valve, Inlet
24VDC
A71619
Brew Basket Assy. (not shown) (2)
A13029
Warmer Heater (not shown) A71577
Warmer Plate (not shown)
A71431
Gourmet Brew Basket Assy (optional for B-DAP, B-DGP) (not shown)
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Models B-6, B-DGP & B-DAP Parts List
A71936
Element,
240V/6000W
A62305
Thermostat
Hi-Limit
A71562
Element,
240V/3500W
A71508
Heat Sensor
Probe
A61108
Level
Probe
A71567
Thermistor
(see NOTE 1 below)
A71567
Thermistor
A71147
Grommet
Probe (4)
(see NOTE 1
below)
A61243
Grommet
Dump Valve
A61243
Grommet
Dump Valve
A71684
Valve
Dump
Valve
Dump
(see NOTE 2
below)
A515027
Contactor for
30A Models
A548-127
Nozzle, Spray Head (2)
Touch Pad w/ Cable (2)**
(see NOTE 3 below)
Thermistor:
NOTE 1: (2) Thermistors (pn A71567) used on serial numbers without a -P suffix only and with controller # A530-056.
(1) Thermistor (pn A71567) used on serial numbers with a -P suffix only with controller # A530-059.
Dump Valve:
NOTE 2: A71684 (24VAC): used on serial numbers without a -P suffix and with controller # A530-056.
A64062 (24VDC): used on serial numbers with a -P suffix and with controller # A530-059.
Touch Pad w/ Cable:
NOTE 3: A71933: used on serial numbers without a -P suffix and with controller # A530-056.
A530-061: used on serial numbers with a -P suffix only and with controller # A530-059.
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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Wiring Diagram
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (without a -P suffix)
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (without a -P suffix)
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (without a -P suffix)
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (without a -P suffix)
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-6, B-DAP, B-DGP (without a -P suffix)
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (with a -P suffix only)
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (with a -P suffix only)
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-3, B-3WR, B-3WL, B-SAP & B-ID (with a -P suffix only)
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-6, B-DAP, & B-DGP (with a -P suffix only)
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American Metal Ware
B-Series
Wiring Diagram (continued)
Models B-6, B-DAP, & B-DGP (with a -P suffix only)
B-Series
American Metal Ware
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