CW-314 GB Powdered Beverage Dispensers old NA33A 390

CW-314 GB Powdered Beverage Dispensers old NA33A 390
Operator Manual
Powdered Beverage Dispenser
GB Models 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6
Model GB3M10-LD
Model GB5M10-LD
Model GB1HC
Table of Contents
Safety Information..................2
Installation...............................3
Operation ................................6
Cleaning...................................8
Maintenance .........................10
Troubleshooting Guide.........13
Parts Diagram and List..........15
Wiring Diagrams ...................23
Thank you for purchasing this quality powdered beverage dispenser. 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:
Grindmaster-Cecilware
4003 Collins Lane, Louisville, KY 40245 USA
Phone: 502.425.4776 Toll Free: 800.695.4500
Fax: 502.425.4664
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0516 Form # CW-314-01
Part # 390-00013
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
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.
CAUTION
Lifting hazard. Single person lift could cause injury. Use assistance when moving or lifting.
For safe and proper operation, the appliance has to be placed in a stable, vertical position.
The appliance is not to be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction. Be sure to provide supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children must be supervised to ensure they do not play with the appliance.
The appliance is only to be installed in locations where it can be overseen by trained personnel.
NOTICE
To avoid damaging unit, turn on power and wait for tank to fill with water before turning on heater.
Observe machine voltage configuration. Do not apply improper voltage to machine or damage to machine will
occur.
Do not use extension cord.
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GB Series
Installation
CAUTION: Lifting hazard. Single person lift could
cause injury. Use assistance when moving or lifting.
Water Inlet Connection:
NOTICE: This equipment is to be installed to comply
with the applicable Federal, State, or local plumbing
codes having jurisdiction. In addition:
1. A quick disconnect water connection or enough
extra coiled tubing (at least 2x the depth of the
unit) so that the machine can be moved for
cleaning underneath.
2. An approved backflow prevention device, such as
a double check valve to be installed between the
machine and the water supply.
Unpacking Instructions
Carefully unpack the GB Machine and inspect
immediately for shipping damage. Your GB 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 GrindmasterCecilware.
After the machine has been unpacked and placed on a
counter, pull out the stainless steel drip tray. It should
contain the following:
• 1/4” Flare Water Inlet Fitting.
The GB beverage dispenser is equipped with a 1/4"
Flare Water Inlet fitting, which is located on the left
side in the back of the base (when looking at the
machine from the front).
Water pipe connecting and fixtures directly connected
to a potable water supply shall be sized, installed, and
maintained in accordance with Federal, State, and
Local codes.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED:
A WATER SHUT-OFF VALVE and A WATER FILTER,
preferably a combination Charcoal/Phosphate Filter, to
remove odors and inhibit lime and scale build up in the
machine.
Note: In areas with extremely hard water, a water
softener must be installed in order to prevent mineral
deposits that could result in malfunctioning of the
equipment and in order not to void the warranty.
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Cecilware®
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Installation (continued)
Description and Location of Components
Note: Refer to following illustration for description and location of COMPONENTS and CONTROLS.
14 lb.
14 lb.
14 lb.
14 lb.
GRAM THROW,
STRENTH
ADJUSTMENT
LAMP
SOCKET
521 lb. 521 lb.
4 lb. 4 lb.
LAMP
4 lb. 4 lb.
CUP SIZE,
VOLUME
ADJUSTMENT
LAMP
STARTER
HOT WATER SPOUT
CAPP. SPOUT [2]
CORD SET
PRODUCT GUIDE
SHELF
WHIP CHAMBER
DRIP TRAY
GB2-LP
DRIP TRAY
2K- GB
DRIP TRAY
GB2M-5.5
DRIP TRAY
DRIP TRAY
GB2-SKI
FRONT VIEW GB3 SHOWN
GB2-Super SKI
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
TANK ASS'Y
HI-LIMIT (TEMP)
LABEL AREA
WATER LEVEL CONTROL
DISPENSE VALVE
HEATER ASS'Y
AUGER MOTOR
THERMOSTAT
PRODUCT LABEL
DRAIN HOSE W/PLUG
DISPENSE BUTTON
WATER INLET HOSE
POWER SWITCH
PILOT LIGHT FOR
HEATER
WHIPPER MOTOR
BLOWER DUCT HOSE
FAN/BLOWER
POWER
CORD
SPOUT
RINSE SWITCH
DRIP TRAY
RELAY/TIMER
DRIP TRAY
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WATER INLET VALVE
Cecilware®
GB Series
Installation (continued)
1. HOPPERS: Depress the door latch on the left
side of the door and pull door open to access
the hoppers.
• The hoppers hold up to 14 lbs. (14 kg) of
Cappuccino product and up to 1.5 lbs. (0.7kg) of
freeze dried coffee product, depending on
model.
• To remove the hoppers swing the top
compartment door open and lift out the
hoppers.
• To reposition the hoppers in the
compartment, slide the hopper base back
between the rails until the 1/4" pin at the
bottom of the hopper base falls into the 1/4"
positioning hole of the compartment base
cover.
2. RINSE SWITCH: With the door open, the rinse
switch is located on the left side of the first
Whipper chamber.
• In the RINSE position, it disengages the
hopper motors and allows only water to be
dispensed.
• It is used for flushing out the Whipper
Chambers and to adjust the water dispense
valves for proper flow rates.
3. HEATER SWITCH: This switch is located inside
the cabinet behind the right hopper. Open door
and remove right hopper to access it.
• Its primary function is to shut off the heating
element during the initial priming, start-up
operation of the machine, or whenever the
tank is being drained for service.
Note: The Power Switch and Heater Switch must
be ON in order for the elements to operate.
4. POWER SWITCH: This switch is located on the
left side of the splash panel below the door. On
120V, 1.8 KW and 120/240 or 240V, 3 KW single
element machines the power switch controls all
power to the machine including the heater
elements.
Note: On 120/240V, 6 KW machines, the Power and
Heater Switches are independent of each other.
Both switches must be OFF in order for the
machine to be completely shut down.
5. WATER LEVEL CONTROLS: Under normal
conditions and operation, the water level in the
tank should not drop more than 1/2" (1.3cm)
from the probe. If it does, the tank is not
refilling fast enough. Check the water line and
water filter; they may need cleaning or
replacing.
GB Series
1. Tank Control Board
(Export 240V
2. Water Inlet Valve
(Export 240V
3. Water Level Sensor
Part# 349-00012
Part# L706AL)
Part# L462AL
Part# L426AL)
Part# K695QL
Start-up Procedure
NOTICE: Make sure that the Heater Switch, located
behind right hopper with door opened, is in the OFF
position.
1. Connect the 1/4" dia. copper waterline to the
1/4" flare water inlet fitting of the valve.
2. Plug the power cord(s) into a proper receptacle.
Note: GB8M10 units use two power cords. Each cord
must be plugged into a separate receptacle.
3. Activate the Power Switch (Toggle Up). The
door display panel, the red power indicator
light and the green dispense buttons will light
up and the tank will start filling. Allow
approximately 4-5 minutes for the tank to fill.
4. Activate
the
Heater
Switch.
Allow
approximately 10-30 minutes for the water to
reach a temperature of 190°F (88°C). The heat
up time will depend on the water inlet
temperature, the input voltage, and the
wattage of the elements in the machine.
5. Place a 8 oz. (240ml) or larger cup under the left
dispense nozzle, press and hold the left
dispense switch for 6 seconds. The machine will
dispense water at the rate of 1 oz. (30ml) per
second. Repeat it several times to check for
consistent output. Repeat same for the other
dispense switches. This procedure checks that
the dispense valves are not air-locked.
6. While the tank is heating, remove the hoppers,
load them with products, and reposition them
back in the machine. When the green ready
light comes on, the tank has reached its brew
temperature and the machine is ready to
dispense the first cup of Cappuccino.
Filling the Hoppers
1. To remove the hoppers, swing the top
compartment door open and lift out the
hoppers.
2. Fill each hopper with the correct product.
3. Reposition
hoppers
in
the
hopper
compartment, making sure the hoppers are
properly seated.
If you need help, call Grindmaster-Cecilware Technical
Service Department, (502) 425-4776 or (800) 695-4500
(USA & Canada only) 8 AM - 6 PM EST.
Prior authorization must be obtained
Grindmaster-Cecilware for all warranty claims.
Cecilware®
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Operation
Your new powdered beverage dispenser is easy to
operate and maintain. Before you place it in service,
please have all personnel familiarize themselves with
these instructions. Keep this manual in a convenient
place for ready reference.
How to Operate
To dispense a cup of Cappuccino or Coffee:
• Place an 8 oz. (240ml) or larger cup under selected
drink dispense nozzle.
• For Manual units: Push and hold brew button until
cup is 2/3 full, then release button.
• For Automatic units: Press and Release button. Cup
will fill up automatically to its preset amount.
Adjustments
Water Flow Rate Adjustment
Adjust water flow rate to correct level in Whipping
Chamber.
The Dispense Valves are factory adjusted for a
maximum Flow Rate of 1 to 1.3 oz./sec (30-38 ml/sec).
[Approximate settings: 1.3 oz./sec (38 ml/sec) for
COFFEE and CAPPUCCINO]
Exceeding this Flow Rate will cause the Mixing Chamber
to overflow.
Note: To access the Water Dispense Valves, open door
and remove Hoppers.
TO ADJUST WATER FLOW RATE:
1. Open door and remove
hoppers. Locate Dispense
Valve
behind
hoppers,
mounted on tank.
2. Locate adjustment screw on
Dispense Valve.
3. Using Allen Key or flat
screwdriver rotate, 1/4 turn at
a time,
CLOCKWISE to decrease water
flow, or
COUNTERCLOCKWISE to increase
water flow.
4. Check water flow output,
after each 1/4 turn.
WATER FLOW ADJUSTMENT
DISPENSE VALVE
DISPENSE CAP
Adjust Water Flow Rate so that the
water level reaches half way up in
the Mixing Chamber, as shown.
TRIANGULAR RIB
Temperature Adjustment (Tank Control Board
Type)
1. Locate the Tank Control Board.
2. Press button under right side of display to increase
temperature.
3. Press button under left side of display to decrease
temperature.
4. Pressing both buttons simultaneously will reset to
default 190°F (88°C).
190°
Display
Increase
Decrease
Temperature Adjustment (Thermostat Type)
1. Locate Thermostat: Remove the right side panel.
Thermostat is mounted on side of tank.
The GB beverage dispensers are factory set to
deliver hot brewing water at 190°F (88°C) with the
thermostat knob turned to full ON position. If
adjustments should be necessary to increase or
decrease the water TEMPERATURE, proceed as
follows:
Note: Set the Rinse Switch to ON. This will disengage
the Hopper Motors when dispensing water for
Temperature measurements.
2. To INCREASE the water temperature - With the
Thermostat Knob to its maximum clockwise
position, remove the knob and locate the slotted
adjustment screw inside the hollow thermostat
shaft. Using a narrow-bladed screwdriver, engage
slotted adjustment screw and turn it ¼ turn slowly
counter-clockwise.
Allow a few minutes for the temperature to reach
set level. The Heater Light will go ON, indicating the
heating element is activated, wait for it to go OFF,
indicating that the water has reached new set
temperature. Take a temperature reading and
repeat if necessary.
3. To DECREASE the water temperature - simply turn
the Thermostat Knob one notch counter-clockwise
to the next lower dial setting.
CORRECT WATER
LEVEL FOR MAX
FLOW RATE.
MIXING CHAMBER
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Operation (continued)
GB SKI SUPER - VOLUME AND PRODUCT STRENGTH ADJUSTMENTS
DRINK STRENGTH ADJUSTMENTS - by adjusting the Auger Speed.
I. UNITS WITH FIXED SPEED AUGER MOTORS-AC [CD150] - Fixed Auger Speed [95 RPM] and dispenses powder at a constant fixed rate.
Drink Strength adjustments can be made by adjusting the water flow rate on the Water Dispense Valves.
1. Remove Hoppers to access the Dispense Valve, located behind the hoppers.
2. Locate Flow Adjustment Screw on Dispense Valve.
3. Rotate adjustment screw Counterclockwise to INCREASE Flow Rate, Clockwise to DECREASE Flow Rate.
(Note: the water flow rate should not exceed 1 to 1.3 oz./sec.)
Do not turn Adjustment Key more than 1/4 turn at a time without checking drink strength (ratio of water to powder).
II. UNITS WITH VARIABLE SPEED AUGER MOTORS-DC [CD151] - Variable Auger Speed [10 to 130 RPM]
Drink or Product Strength adjustments can be made by adjusting the Auger Motor RPM [knob on inside door panel],
which controls the amount of product being dispensed [gram throw]. The gram throw is factory preset at 7.
Because the consistency of each product varies, the customer can set the desired gram throw for each hopper.
The water flow rate on the Dispense Valves should remain fixed.
Note: the water flow rate should not exceed 1-1.3 oz./sec to avoid spillage from dispense chamber.
DRINK SIZE ADJUSTMENTS
a. Manual Machines : Hold down the Dispense Button until desired amount is dispensed.
b. Automatic Machines with Timer L493A on Inside Door Panel NOT Programmable] & speed control
board L556A: To increase the volume, turn the dial to the next increment. [0-1 is equivalent to 2 sec.]
c. Automatic Machines with Programmable "Teach me"Timers [L576A or L582A]: These units do not
have a cup size adjustment knob inside the door, since the timer is programmable from the dispense button.
PROGRAMMING FOR AUTOMATIC DISPENSE WITH BUZZER
1. Turn Power Switch ON (toggle switch inside door).
2. PRESS and HOLD [red] STOP Button with one hand.
3. PRESS and HOLD [green] DISPENSE Button with other hand.
4. RELEASE [red] STOP Button ONLY.
5. Continue to HOLD [green] DISPENSE Button until buzzer sounds
for (4 SEC. DELAY), then RELEASE.
6. PRESS and RELEASE [green] DISPENSE Button. Product begins dispensing.
When it reaches the "DESIRED VOLUME",
7. PRESS and RELEASE [green] DISPENSE Button to SET "DESIRED VOLUME".
DISPENSE Button can be "jogged" to top off.
8. PRESS and RELEASE [red] STOP button to LOCK IN "DESIRED VOLUME".
Repeat steps 1 to 8 for each Dispense Button.
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MANUAL DISPENSE WITH BUZZER
1. PRESS AND HOLD STOP [red] BUTTON WITH ONE HAND.
2. PRESS AND HOLD DISPENSE [green] BUTTON WITH OTHER HAND.
3. RELEASE STOP [red] BUTTON.
4. CONTINUE TO HOLD [green] BUTTON AFTER BUZZER SOUNDS (4 SEC. DELAY).
5. RELEASE DISPENSE [green] BUTTON.
6. PRESS AND RELEASE STOP [red] BUTTON.
7. YOU ARE READY FOR MANUAL DISPENSE.
The Total Time The Water Is Running Is Accumulated And Saved Into Memory. For Normal Operation,
Press and Release Dispense Button.
The Timers Have Been Factory Preset for 6 oz. Cups for Coffee; For 8 oz. Cups for Soup and Cappuccino.
To Change To Larger Or Smaller Cup Sizes [Volumes] Repeat Steps 1 To 8 Above.
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P
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WA T
TER
TO CHECK VOLUME AND GRAM THROW DISPENSED (ratio):
1. Remove the product guide from the hopper and position a receptacle under the hopper nozzle to catch the gram throw of product.
Also place a measuring cup under extension tube to catch the water dispensed.
2. Push the dispense button and check the amount of product dispensed, amount of water dispensed, and time [use stop watch] to dispense that water.
3. The amount of of water dispensed in the measuring cup divided by the amount of time to dispense that water is the Water Flow Rate from Dispense
Valve.
FOR CAPPUCCINO: The machine is factory adjusted to dispense 4-4.5 gr./sec. per OZ. Cup. [32 grams Product per 8 oz. cup]
The recommended throw is 28-32 grams per 8 oz. cup for Cappuccino, with 80% fill.
FOR COFFEE: The machine is factory adjusted to dispense 0.3 gr./sec per OZ. Cup. [1.5 grams of coffee product per 5 oz. of liquid (in a 6 oz. cup).
The recommended throw is 1.5 to 1.8 grams per 6 oz. cup of Coffee, with 80% fill.
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Cecilware®
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Cleaning
NOTICE: All sanitizing agents in the food zone must 2. Whipper chamber cleaning
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.
Daily maintenance:
1. Rinse whipper chambers
• Position a container under dispense tubes.
• Move rinse switch to "rinse".
• Push and hold each dispense button 3 to 5 sec.
• Move rinse switch to "serve".
Note: On manual dispense machines, push and hold the
dispense buttons for 10 seconds.
2. Empty drip tray, wash, rinse, and sanitize.
3. The outside of the machine can be cleaned with
warm soapy water and a damp cloth.
• Remove dispense caps by turning and lifting.
• Remove mixing bowls by lifting and pulling.
• Remove product tubes by pulling down.
• Twist off whipping chambers clockwise.
• Pull off whipper blades.
• Twist off whipper chamber mounts clockwise.
• Remove O-rings.
• Remove tray by pulling levers down.
• Remove both powder trays by pulling levers out.
• Wash, rinse, and sanitize small parts and interior
machine surfaces.
• Reassemble all small parts.
Note: When reassembling, align flat keyway inside
blade with flat keyway of motor shaft. Push the
whipper blade all the way on.
Weekly maintenance:
1. Product hopper cleaning
• Rotate product guides up, remove hoppers from
machine.
• Empty powder into pans.
• Pull off product guides.
• Remove agitator wheels.
• Unscrew and remove front and back auger locks.
• Remove auger.
• Wash, rinse, sanitize, and air dry all small parts.
• Wash & scrub hoppers and agitator wheel recesses
with bristle brush. Rinse, sanitize, and allow to air
dry.
• Reassemble all hoppers.
• Pour powder into hoppers.
• Install all hoppers into unit.
Sanitizing
1. Prepare a sanitizing solution in accordance with
local health department regulations. You may also
refer to the US Food and Drug Administration
regulation 21 CFR 178.1010 “Sanitizing Solutions”
and US Environmental Protection Agency 40 CFR
18.940 “Tolerance exemptions for active and inert
ingredients for use in antimicrobial formulations
(Food-contact surface sanitizing solutions)”.
2 Follow the instructions provided with the sanitizing
agent.
3 Let all sanitized parts drain and air dry. DO NOT
WIPE THEM DRY.
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GB Series
Cleaning (continued)
AGITATOR GEAR
AGITATOR WIRE
AUGER MOTOR
AUGER BUSHING FRONT
NUT [2]
FLANGE/ NUT
AUGER
AUGER BUSHING-BACK
PRODUCT GUIDE
DISPENSE CUP
MIX BOWL SOCKET
MIXING CHAMBER
BASE MOUNT GROMMET
SLINGER DISC
WHIPPER CHAMBER
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE
'O'-RING #125
EXTENSION TUBE
GB Series
WHIPPER BLADE
Cecilware®
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Maintenance
Lit Display Replacement
WARNING Risk of electrical shock. Turn off power to unit before replacing bulb or starter.
To replace the picture inside metal door:
Lift up the two end tabs on top of door with a pointed object or flat head screwdriver.
Pull the entire picture frame out. Open up the two clear panels and replace picture.
Tuck clear plastic panel inside bracket at top.
Be sure to tuck clear panel under bracket before sliding frame assembly inside door.
The longer metal tab side goes in the front.
To replace the picture inside molded door:
Remove molded door front by removing side screws. Slide out clear plastic panel with picture.
Replace picture and slide the plastic panel w/ new picture into the door frame. Then put front molded door back
on with screws on the sides.
To replac
PRODUCT
LABEL
PRODUCT
LABEL
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GB Series
Maintenance (continued)
Recommended preventive maintenance
1) Dispense Valves
• Check all dispense valves for lime build-up.
• Drain the water tank to just below the level of
the dispense valves.
• Remove the valves and clean. (Take these valves
apart by hand as shown).
• Replace the assembly as needed (L467AL -120V
or L676AL - 230V import).
• Replace the valve into the tank and refill tank.
• Repair Kit M491QL.
2) •
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•
•
•
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3) •
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Check all chamber mounts for signs of wear:
Product running down the front of the unit.
Product built up on the back of chamber
mount.
Remove chamber mount.
Clean and re-lubricate motor shaft using food
grade lubricant only.
Replace with new chamber mount. Clean out vent motor, trough, and tubing.
Lift up black tabs, remove trough drawer.
Clean and replace trough drawer.
Remove hose assembly from the motor.
Clean out and replace hose. WATER FLOW ADJUSTMENT
Dispense Valve
Chamber Mount
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Maintenance (continued)
Component Tests
Dual Probe Test
If lack of water persists, check the probe as follows:
1. Turn on the power and water supply.
2. Check inside the tank to make sure the water is
below the Probe.
3. Pull the BLUE wire and terminal OFF the Probe rod.
If water still does not flow after the wire is
disconnected from the Probe, the problem may be
in the Tank Control Board.
4. If water starts flowing into the tank, the Probe may
be grounded, due to excessive liming. Check with
Ohm meter. Clean probe.
Out of Product Sensor Test
1. Remove Hopper from cabinet, place the palm of
your hand up against the 1 inch diameter round
sensor at the back of the hopper chamber.
2. Listen for relay clicking on and off as you move your
hand towards and away from the sensor.
3 If relay clicks, system is operating OK.
4 Replace with a full hopper and listen for the relay
click.
5 If all this checks out and the out of product light
does not go off, then there must be defective
wiring. See wiring diagram.
BLUE
DUAL
PROBE
Water Inlet Valve Test
1. Turn power OFF. If the water level rises inside a
partially filled tank, the Water Inlet Valve is leaking.
2. Disconnect wires from the Water Inlet Valve coil and
connect a 2 wire line cord to the terminals. Plug it
into a 115V outlet. If water flows in and stops when
you pull it out, the Valve is working correctly.
Repeat this test a few times. The problem may be
in the Probe or Water Level Control Board.
3. If the water does not flow in when the cord is
plugged into an electrical outlet, the Solenoid coil
may be damaged, opened or the valve may have an
obstruction preventing the water from flowing in.
Clean or replace it.
OUT OF PRODUCT
SENSOR
Dual Probe Liquid Level Controller Test
(For models manufactured 2015 and prior)
Check the Controller as follows:
1. Make sure there is power input to the Controller at
the terminals AC1 & AC2
Your voltmeter should read 115 Volts. It should read
the same at terminals AC1 & FILL when the water
level is low. This is the output power to actuate the
coil of the Solenoid Valve to open it. The lack of
voltage at terminals AC1 & L-LEVEL or H-LEVEL
indicates that the Controller is not working
properly.
2. Make sure all wire connections are tight, including
ground.
3. If after this, the Controller is still failing to open the
Water Inlet Valve, replace it.
HOSE NUT ASSY
DUAL PROBE LIQUID LEVEL
CONTROLLER
N L1
TO
SOLENOID
TO PROBE
GROUNDING
PLATE IN
BACK OF THE
BOARD
WATER INLET VALVE
12
GROUND
TERMINAL
4 3
T5
2
1
SINGLE L398C [120V]
DUAL L690A [120V]
SINGLE L399C [220V]
DUAL L706A [220V]
SS WATER LEVEL CONTROL CCA
Cecilware®
GB Series
Troubleshooting Guide
Before you call for help, please read the following:
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.
Problem
Merchandiser Display not lit.
No power.
No water when Rinse Switch
is ON.
No product when Dispense
Button is pressed.
Possible Cause
Dispensing unit unplugged.
No power from Terminal Block.
Defective light assembly.
Water supply OFF.
Clogged inlet screen (Water Inlet
Valve).
Inoperative Water Inlet Valve.
Loose electrical connection.
No product in Hopper.
Auger not working.
Damaged, loose, or missing Agitator
Gear.
Inoperative Auger Motor or Relay.
Water does not shut off.
Water keeps dispensing.
Hopper outlet clogged.
Faulty Coupling.
Leaking Water Inlet Valve.
Inoperative Dispense Switch.
Inoperative Rinse Switch.
Clogged/stuck Water Dispense Valve.
No water is going into tank at
all.
Water Inlet Valve malfunction.
Water Level Sensor/ Probe malfunction.
Solid State Level Control Board.
Water will not stop flowing
into water tank.
Water Level Probe malfunction.
Solenoid (Water Inlet Valve)
malfunction.
Solid State Water Level Control
malfunction.
Water is not heating up in the
water tank.
Heater Switch is OFF.
Thermostat is OFF. (Only models with
separate Thermostat)
Loose connection on Thermostat.
Hi-Limit Temperature Switch is
defective.
Heater is burned out or defective.
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Cecilware®
Solution
Reconnect dispensing unit.
Check the Terminal Block for loose wire.
Replace LED board.
Turn water ON.
Disconnect water line and clean inlet
screen.
Check connection, if needed replace
Valve.
Check all electrical connections.
Add product.
Engage Hopper/Nut to Motor Gear
(See pg 9).
Replace Agitator Gear (See pg 9).
Check connections of Motor, Relay, and/or
Switch; if needed replace components.
Clean Hopper and check Cartridge Heater.
Replace damaged Coupling components.
Clean/check fittings of Water Inlet Valve.
Replace Water Inlet Valve if needed. See
Water Inlet Valve Test.
Check Switch connections. Replace
Dispense Switch if needed.
Check Rinse Switch connections.
Replace Rinse Switch if inoperative.
Clean or unclog Water Dispense Valve.
Replace Dispense Valve if inoperative.
Check Solenoid. Replace if necessary.
See Water Inlet Valve Test.
Check Probe. Replace if necessary. See
Dual Probe Test.
Check Water Level Controls. Replace if
necessary. See Dual Probe Liquid
Level Controller Test.
Check Probe. Replace if necessary. See
Dual Probe Test.
Check Solenoid. Replace if necessary. See
Water Inlet Valve Test.
Check the Water Level Controls. Replace if
necessary. See Dual Probe Liquid Level
Controller Test.
Turn Heater Switch ON.
Turn Thermostat ON. Turn Knob
Clockwise.
Make sure all wires and terminals on
Thermostat are tight.
Replace the Hi-limit.
Replace the Heater.
13
Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
If you still need help, call Grindmaster-Cecilware Technical Service Department, (502) 425-4776 or (800) 695-4500
option 2 (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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Cecilware®
GB Series
Parts Diagram and List
Hopper Illustrations
HOPPER ASS'Y CD104, 7 LB, 18" HEIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD120, 5.5 LB, 14" HEIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD68A, 4 LB, 11.5" HEIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD313, 1 LB COFFEE, 7.875" HEIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD105 (14 lb; 18" HEIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD99A (8 lb; 11.5" HEIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/NYLON AUGER
COVER CD160
HOPPER COVER CD106
AGITATOR GEAR CD117
Agitator Gear with wire CD256
Agitator Gear with spring CD182
AUGER MOTOR
CD175 90rpm AC
CD87A 44rpm AC (COFFEE)
CD151 90rpm DC (Portion Control)
AGITATOR CD14 1
AUGER MOTOR
CD175 90rpm AC
CD87A 44rpm AC (COFFEE)
CD151 90rpm DC (Portion Control)
AGITATOR WIRE
HOPPER CD105
HOPPER CD104
HOPPER CD99A
HOPPER CD120
HOPPER CD68A
AUGER BUSHING FRONT CD102
WITH 0-RING CD103
HOPPER CD313
AUGER BUSHING FRONT CD277
NYLON AUGER CD130
(22.5Øx18mmPT)
W/"O" RING CD139
NUT [2] CD278
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
NYLON AUGER CD130
(22.5Øx18mmPT)
W/"O" RING CD139
NUT [2] CD278
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A CD100
W/O-RING M480A
DISPENSE CUP
CD61A-white / CD272-black
MIXING CHAMBER
CD137-white / CD275 black
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
EXTENSION TUBE
M467A - white
H306A-stainless steel
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A-white / CD317-black
M379A 'O'-RING #125
CD65X - ORANGE GROMMET
WHIPPER BLADE CD64A
HOPPER ASS'Y CD338, 5 LB, 14"HEIGHT x 2.5"W, W/NYLON AUGER HOPPER
ASS'Y CD339, 4 LB, 12.5"HEIGHT x 2.5"W, W/NYLON AUGER
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A CD100
W/O-RING M480A
MIXING CHAMBER
CD137-white / CD275 black
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
SLINGER DISC CD124
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
DISPENSE CUP
CD61A-white / CD272-black
EXTENSION TUBE
M467A - white
H306A-stainless steel
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A-white / CD317-black
M379A 'O'-RING #125
WHIPPER BLADE CD143 or CD64A
P - HOPPER ASS'Y CD308 LT & CD309 RT 10 LB, 14"H, W/NYLON AUGER
P - HOPPER ASS'Y CD177 LT & CD178 RT 8 LB, 11.5"H, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPER COVER
HOPPER COVER CD187
AUGER MOTOR
CD175 90rpm AC
CD87A 44rpm AC (COFFEE)
CD151 90rpm DC (Portion Control)
AGITATOR GEAR CD117
Agitator Gear with wire CD256
Agitator Gear with spring CD182
AGITATOR GEAR CD117
Agitator Gear with wire CD256
Agitator Gear with spring CD182
AUGER MOTOR
CD175 90rpm AC
CD87A 44rpm AC (COFFEE)
CD151 90rpm DC (Portion Control)
AGITATOR WIRE
AGITATOR WIRE
HOPPER CD338
HOPPER CD308 Left shown
HOPPER CD339
HOPPER CD177 Left shown
NUT [2] CD278
AUGER BUSHING-FRONT CD277
NYLON AUGER CD130
(22.5Øx18mmPT)
W/"O" RING CD139
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
NYLON AUGER CD130
(22.5Øx18mmPT)
W/"O" RING CD139
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A CD100
W/O-RING M480A
MIXING CHAM. CD137
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A
DISPENSE CUP
CD61A-white / CD272-black
GB Series
WHIPPER BLADE CD64A
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A
CD100 W/O-RING M480A
MIXING CHAM. CD137
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
M379A 'O'-RING #125
EXTENSION TUBE M467A
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
DISPENSE CUP CD61A
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
NUT [2] CD278
AUGER BUSHING FRONT CD277
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
EXTENSION TUBE
M467A - white
H306A-stainless steel
Cecilware®
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A-white / CD317-black
M379A 'O'-RING #125
WHIPPER BLADE CD64A
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Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Hopper Illustrations
HOPPER ASS'Y CD144, 5.5 LB, 14"Hx 3"W, W/WIRE AUGER CD101
HOPPER ASS'Y CD152, 4 LB, 11.5"H x 3"W, W/WIRE AUGER CD101
HOPPER ASS'Y CD98A, 4 LB, 11.5"H x 3"W, W/WIRE AUGER CD74A or CD153
HOPPER COVER CD106
HOPPER CD144
AGITATOR CD14 1
COVER CD160
AGITATOR GEAR
CD117 [W/CD101]
CD97A [W/ CD153A or CD74A]
CD320 [coffee W/ CD74A]
AGITATOR WIRE
HOPPER CD152
HOPPER ASS'Y CD163 (14 lb; 18" HEIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/WIRE AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD162 (11 lb; 14" HEIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/WIRE AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD161 (8 lb; 11.5" HEIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/WIRE AUGER
HOPPER CD163
HOPPER CD162
DC MOTOR CD151 90rpm
(Portion Control)
DC MOTOR CD151 90rpm
(Portion Control)
HOPPER CD161
HOPPER CD98A
AUGER BUSHING-FRONT CD102
W/"O" RING CD103
AUGER BUSHING-FRONT CD277
CD306 [W/CD74 & CD153]
WIRE AUGER
CD101 (22.5Øx18mmPT)
CD74A (17Øx12mmPT)
CD153 (17Øx9mmPT)
NUT [2] CD278
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
MIXING CHAM. CD137
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
EXTENSION TUBE M467A
WIRE AUGER
CD101 (22.5Øx18mmPT)
CD74A (17Øx12mmPT)
CD153 (17Øx9mmPT)
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A
CD100 W/O-RING M480A
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A
M379A 'O'-RING #125
DISPENSE CUP CD61A
MIXING CHAM. CD137
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
EXTENSION TUBE M467A
WHIPPER BLADE CD143 or CD64A
HOPPER COVER CD187
AGITATOR WIRE
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A
M379A 'O'-RING #125
WHIPPER BLADE CD143 or CD64A
HOPPER COVER
AGITATOR GEAR
CD117 [W/ CD101]
CD97 [W/ CD153 OR CD74A]
CD320 [coffee W/ CD74A]
MOTOR CD151 DC 90rpm
(Portion Control)
AGITATOR WIRE
HOPPER CD185
MOTOR CD151 DC 90rpm
(Portion Control)
HOPPER CD179 Left shown
HOPPER CD155
AUGER BUSHING
FRONT CD277
NUT [2] CD278
AUGER BUSHING-FRONT CD277
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
WIRE AUGER CD101
(22.5Øx18mmPT)
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A
CD100 W/O-RING M480A
P - HOPPER ASS'Y CD179 (LEFT) CD180 (RIGHT) 10 LB,
14"HEIGHT, W/WIRE AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD185, 5 LB, 14"HEIGHT x 2.5"W, W/WIRE AUGER
HOPPER ASS'Y CD155, 4 LB, 12.5"HEIGHT x 2.5"W, W/WIRE AUGER
AGITATOR GEAR
CD117 [W/ CD101]
CD97 [W/ CD153 OR CD74A]
CD320 [coffee W/ CD74A]
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
DISPENSE CUP CD61A
NUT [2] CD278
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
NUT [2] CD278
WIRE AUGER
CD149 (22.5Ø x 24.8mmPT)
CD74A coffee (17Øx18mmPT)
FLANGE/ NUT CD271
AUGER BUSHING-BACK CD279
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
DISPENSE CUP CD61A
MIXING CHAM. CD137
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
EXTENSION TUBE M467A
16
PRODUCT GUIDE CD70A
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A
CD100 W/O-RING M480A
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A
M379A 'O'-RING #125
WHIPPER BLADE CD64A
DISPENSE CUP CD61A
MIXING CHAM. CD137
WHIPPER CHAMBER
STRAIGHT CD63A-white
STRAIGHT CD316-black
SLANTED CD362-white
EXTENSION TUBE M467A
Cecilware®
MIX BOWL SOCKET CD67A
CD67A W/O-RING M378A
CD100 W/O-RING M480A
BASE MOUNT GROMMET CD66A
SLINGER DISC CD124
TWIST TO REMOVE
MOUNTING BASE CD65A
M379A 'O'-RING #125
WHIPPER BLADE CD64A
GB Series
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Tank Assembly
GB Series
Cecilware®
17
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Unit Assembly (GB3M shown)
INSTAN
EE/DEC
T COFF
AFF
PRESSO
DT ES
INSTAN
ON
OFF
ER
HEAT
ONWER
PO
Rinse
Serve
CCW
CCW
CCW
*See Metal Parts List
18
Cecilware®
GB Series
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Unit Assembly (GB2 SKI-SUPER shown)
T
HOER
T
WA
CCW
CCW
CCW
*See Metal Parts List
GB Series
Cecilware®
19
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Parts List
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39-43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
56
57
20
DESCRIPTION
TANK ASS’Y/TANK TOP ASS’Y - SEE METAL PARTS LIST - NEXT PAGE
SILICONE HOSE [BREATHER FITTING] [ .375 I.D x 32”] M326A
SILICONE HOSE [DISPENSE VALVE] [ .313 I.D x 14.5”] M324A
SILICONE HOSE [WATER INLET] [.375 I.D. x 13”] M326A
CHECK VALVE [PREVENTS BACKFLOW] [suggested – not supplied]
HOSE NUT ASS’Y OR FITTING
WATER INLET VALVE 120V (230V, 50HZ USE L426AL)
FUSE HOLDER (120/240V ONLY)
BUSSMAN SC25 FUSE (GB'S 120/240V ONLY)
POWER CORD (230V, 50 HZ USE C112AL)
TERMINAL BLOCK FOR 120V [WAS B117A]
[FOR 240V USE B116A]
RELAY CONTROL GB5M, 5K, GB6
TANK CONTROL BOARD 349-00012 (FOR 230V 50HZ USE L706AL)
[PRIOR TO 10/15 - DUAL WATER LEVEL CONTROL BOARD
USE L690AL - 120V & L706A - 220V)
[older SINGLE WATER LEVEL CONTROL BOARD
L398A - 120V & L399A - 220V]
STEPDOWN TRANSFORMER (240/120V only)
SPEED CONTROL BOARD [Controls Auger Speed GRAM THROW]
TRANSFORMER [use w/DC motor & Speed Control CCA]
RELAY, OMRON
FAN CD56AL & ELBOW INSERT CD108 [USE FOR GB1, 1SKI, 2, 3, 6 ONLY]
FAN CD224L w/ RW31Q Fan Housing Ass’y [GB4, 5, 2SKI ]
FAN CD166L [230V 50HZ ]
DUCT HOSE [for Exhaust Fan]
3/4" FEET (SET OF 4)
RINSE SWITCH [GB1, GB5 & GB6-L069AL; GB2-L299AL;
GB3-L446AL; GB4 L470AL]
POWER SWITCH & HEATER SWITCH (120V) OR [FOR 120/240V USE L299A]
HEATER INDICATOR LIGHT (amber C002AL, red C165AL) Use C072AL for GB1MLD
GRILL - SEE METAL PARTS LIST - NEXT PAGE
DRIP TRAY - SEE METAL PARTS LIST - NEXT PAGE
WHIPPER MOTOR-short shaft (ONE PER HOPPER)
(240V- CD399L) (old style CD75AL)
SLINGER DISC (ONE PER HOPPER)
GROMMET CHAMBER MOUNTING (TWO PER HOPPER)
CHAMBER MOUNT (ONE PER HOPPER)
“O” RING # 125 (used w/ grommet CD66AL)
WHIP BLADE (old style used CD64AL) (ONE PER HOPPER)
EXTENSION TUBE PLASTIC (ONE PER HOPPER)
WHIP CHAMBER (Straight – CD63AL) OR (Slanted – CD362L)
(ONE PER HOPPER)
MIXING CHAMBER [ALTERNATE CD62AL W/ RECTANGULAR WING]
(ONE PER HOPPER)
DISPENSE CAP OR SPLASH GUARD (ONE PER HOPPER)
“O” RING (#110) (used w/socket CD67A)
MIXING BOWL SOCKET (ONE PER HOPPER)
DISPENSE BUTTON (GB L455A) / (GB Ski Super L584A) STOP SWITCH
REPLACE WITH DOOR LIGHTING ASSEMBLY
234-00131 – LIGHTING ASSEMBLY, DOOR, GB1MLP/2LP
234-00132 – LIGHTING ASSEMBLY, DOOR, GB3LP/OATMEAL
234-00133 – LIGHTING ASSEMBLY, DOOR, GB3M5.5/10
234-00134 – LIGHTING ASSEMBLY, DOOR, GB4M5.5/GB5M10
DOOR LATCH
DOOR ASS’Y - SEE METAL PARTS LIST - NEXT PAGE
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
TIMER “TEACH ME” [PROGRAM. dispense Time/Cup Size]-Single
[Triple L582A] or TIMER [NOT PROGRAM.]
[use w/pot. L577A & dial/cup size labels: NF32A/33A/34A]
POTENTIOMETER - USED W/SPEED CONTROL BD [GRAM THROW DIAL]
LABEL, GRAM THROW DIAL- [GB2 NF30A; GB3 ND81A; GB4 NF31A]
PRODUCT GUIDE (CHUTE) GB1SKI use , GB2SKI use CD234L
HOPPER ASS’Y WITH COVER [w/NYLON auger] OR
HOPPER ASS’Y WITH COVER [w/WIRE auger] (GB1M and GB1HC use CD99AL;
GBM5.5 use CD144L; GB3M10 and GB5M10 use CD185L & CD180L)
AC AUGER MOTOR (240V use CD167L)
DC AUGER MOTOR 90 RPM CD151 [W/Screw P443A] Portion Control - Optional
SIDE PANELS - SEE METAL PARTS LIST - NEXT PAGE
LAMP HOLDER
TWIN TUBE BULB 16W
(240V-USE CE80AL TWIN 18W)
Cecilware®
GBM
GB-SUPER-SKI w/
GB-SKI
GBM-5.5
TEACH-ME TIMERS
GB-LP
GBK
ß
M326AL
M324AL
M326AL
L463AL
359-00098
CD257
C032SL
60105
ß
ß
M326AL
M324AL
M326AL
L463AL
L462AL
C032SL
L533AL
ß
ß
M326AL
M324AL
M326AL
L463AL
L462AL
C032SL
L533AL
ß
ß
M326AL
M324AL
M326AL
L463AL
L462AL
C032SL
ß
ß
M326AL
M324AL
M326AL
L463AL
359-00029
L022A
C396AL
CE181
C032SL
B157AL
ß
ß
M326AL
M324AL
M326AL
L463AL
L462AL
C032SL
60112CWL
L533AL
ß
B129AL
ß
B129AL
ß
B129AL
ß
B129AL
ß
CE187L
L556AL
CF29AL
B129AL
ß
B129AL
ß
CA214L
M042AL
ß
CA214L
M042AL
ß
CA214L
M042AL
ß
CA214L
M042AL
ß
CA214L
M042AL
ß
CA214L
M042AL
ß
L069AL
C002AL
ß
ß
CD350L
L069AL
C002AL
ß
ß
CD350L
L069AL
C002AL
ß
ß
CD350L
L069AL
C002AL
ß
ß
CD350L
L069AL
C002AL
ß
ß
CD350L
L069AL
C165AL
ß
ß
CD350L
CD124L
CD66AL
CD65AL
M379A
CD353L
M467AL
CD63AL
CD124L
CD66AL
CD65AL
CD124L
CD66AL
CD65AL
CD124L
CD66AL
CD65AL
CD124L
CD66AL
CD65AL
CD353L
M467AL
ß
CD353L
M467AL
ß
CD353L
M467AL
CD362L
CD124L
CD66AL
CD65AL
M379A
CD353L
M467AL
CD63AL
CD137L
CD137L
CD137L
CD137L
CD137L
CD137L
CD61AL
M378A
CD67AL
L455AL
ß
CD61AL
CD61AL
CD61AL
CD61AL
CD67AL
L455AL
ß
CD67AL
L455AL
ß
CD67AL
L455AL
ß
CD61AL
M378A
CD67AL
L584AL
ß
CD67AL
L455AL
ß
61234
ß
N978AL
-
U008AL
ß
NQ28AL
-
M705AL
ß
N978AL
-
M705AL
ß
N978AL
-
61234
ß
N978AL
NF58AL
L576AL
-
M705AL
ß
N978AL
-
CD70AL
CD68AL
CD70AL
-
CD70AL
ß
L557AL
NF30AL
CD70AL
CD70AL
ß
CD105L
CD105L
CD180L
& CD185L
CD98AL CD155L
GB6
CD353L
M467AL
CD362L
-
CD175L
ß
B216AL
CD175L
ß
B216AL
CD175L
ß
B216AL
CD175L
ß
B216AL
CD175L
CD151L
ß
B216AL
CD175L
ß
B216AL
CE82AL
CE82AL
CE82AL
CE82AL
CE82AL
CE82AL
GB Series
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Metal Parts List
MODELS
ITEM 1
ITEM 23
TANK ASS’Y TANK & TOP Only
ITEM 23
GRILL
ITEM 24
ITEM 45
DRIP TRAY DOOR ASS’Y
ITEM 53
SIDE PANELS
SC01QL (LIT)
GB1M
SPACE SAVER
TI17QL
(NONLIT)
RH91AL
RI12A
RH48Q
RG48AL
M673AL-CLEAR
.125
M674Q
RI19A
RI12A
RH48Q
RG48AL
M673AL-CLEAR
.125
M674Q
RT72AL
SQ14A
RY89QL
RG48AL
M674Q-WINDOW/
M673AL-CLEAR
BRKT DOOR ASSY,
.125
CLEAR
RI20AL
RH05AL
RH49Q
RG48AL
M704Q-WINDOW/
M703A-CLEAR BRKT DOOR ASSY,
CLEAR
SC35QL
GB2M-5.5
SC36CL
SC36QL
RI19A
GB3M-5.5
SC36CL
SC36QL
GB3M-10
SC36CL
SC36QL
RL69CL-TOP &
RL72QL-TANK
COMPONENTS& TOP ONLY
NO TANK
ITEM 55
WINDOW ASS’Y
M774AL-CLEAR M775Q=(2) M775AL
+ BRACKET
.125
M775AL-CLEAR
.040
RT67AL OR RT61A OR
RI23AL
RI11AL
SC35CL
GB4M-5.5
ITEM 54
WINDOW
SJ61CL
SJ61QL
RR34AL
RR33AL
SD82Q
RG48AL
M704Q-WINDOW/
M703A-CLEAR BRKT DOOR ASSY,
CLEAR
SC35CL
SC35QL
RK44AL
RM21QL
210-00162
RG48A
M464AL-CLEAR
M464M-MILKY
3K-GB
SC35CL
RK47AL
RM23QL
RF79Q
RD46A
4K-GB
RL72CL
SC35QL
RL72QL-TANK &
TOP
RZ80AL
RZ79AL
RZ07QL
RD46A
M465AL-CLEAR
M702AL-CLEAR
WINDOW
M465M-MILKY
M702ML-MILKY
WINDOW
5K-GB
RL72CL
RL72QL-TANK &
TOP
RZ80AL
RZ79AL
RZ07QL
RD46A
M702ML-MILKY
WINDOW
M702M
SC35CL
SC35QL
SC25AL
SC26AL
SC01QL
SC33AL
M711AL CLEAR
WINDOW
M712QL=M711AL
(2), BRACKET,
AND EYELETS
GB3-LP
SC36CL
SC36QL
SC30SL
SC31AL
SB30QL
SC33AL
M684AL CLEAR
.125
M685AL CLEAR
.040
GB4-LP
SC36CL
SC36QL
SC57AL
SC58AL
SC62QL
SC33AL
M703A CLEAR
.125
M704Q CLEAR
.040
RL54QL TANK &
TOP
RT67A
RT61A
RX81CL
RL51AL
M414AL-CLEAR
PANEL
-
RN21QL
RN21PL
RQ78AL
RQ16QL
TB34QL
RN21CL
RN16CL
RQ78AL
RQ16AL
RN61Q
M703A
M704Q
GB5M-10
2K-GB
GB2-LP
GB1-SKI-LD
BUDGET
W/ MOLDED
DOOR
LOW PROFILE
SKI
GB2-SKI-LD
GB2-Super-SKI
GB6M
GB Series
Super SKI
SJ61CL
SJ61QL TANK &
TOP
SM14AL
SM13AL
Cecilware®
TF43CL
RR70BL (LEFT)
RR71BL (RIGHT)
RN33A
SL76AL
M892AL-FRONT
CLEAR 0.040
M892ML-BACK
MILKY 0.060
M893AL-CLEAR
WINDOW 0.125
21
Parts Diagram and List (continued)
Tank Parts List
Item
1
Description
ELBOW TUBE
GB1
GB2M-5.5
GB3M-5.5
GB3M-10
GB4M-5.5
GB5M-10
2K-GB
3K-GB
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL K525AL
4K-GB
2
DISPENSE VALVE (DUMP)*
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL L467AL
3
GROMMET, SILICONE, (0.466 ID)
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL M461AL
K695QL K695QL
4
DUAL LEVEL PROBE
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
5
HI-LIMIT, #500, 200°F CUTOUT
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL L656AL
6
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL M773AL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL K667QL
8
O-RING
SHIM ASSEMBLY, HEAT SINK
W/HI-LIMIT BRACKET
SCREW, S.S., 1/4 - 20 x 5/8
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
9
HEATER, 120V, 1700W*
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL G267TL
HEATSINK, 1/8" ALU. F/ HI-LIMIT
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL K661AL
61128
61128
61128
61128
61128
61128
61128
THERMOSTAT (2015 and prior)
L532AL
L532AL
L532AL
L532AL
L532AL
L532AL
L532AL
L532AL L532AL
M600AL
-
M601AL
M601AL
M879AL
M879AL
M600AL
M600AL M500AL
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
14
SILICONEGASKET
TANK WELDMENT ASS'Y
(SEE METAL PARTS LIST)
TANK INSULATION MATERIAL
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
15
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
7
10
11
12
13
THERMISTOR PROBE (New 2015)
-
61128
-
61128
ß
ß
-
-
M326AL M326AL
16
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
17
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL M324AL
18
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL M326AL
19
DRAIN PLUG
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL M391AL
20
PLUG, SILICON
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL M494AL
Description
5K-GB
GB2-LP
GB3-LP
GB4-LP
GB1-SKI-LD
GB2-SKI-LD
GB2-Super-SKI
GB6M
ELBOW TUBE
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
K525AL
Item
1
-
2
DISPENSE VALVE (DUMP)*
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
L467AL
3
GROMMET, SILICONE, (0.466 ID)
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
M461AL
K695QL
4
DUAL LEVEL PROBE
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
K695QL
5
HI-LIMIT, #500, 200°F CUTOUT
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
L656AL
6
O-RING
SHIM ASSEMBLY, HEAT SINK
W/HI-LIMIT BRACKET
SCREW, S.S., 1/4 - 20 x 5/8
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
M773AL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
K667QL
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
9
HEATER, 120V, 1700W*
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G267TL
G402AL
G402AL
G402AL
G267TL
10
HEATSINK, 1/8" ALU. F/ HI-LIMIT
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
K661AL
61128
L532AL
M008AL
M500AL
61128
L532AL
M008AL
-
61128
L532AL
M008AL
-
61128
L532AL
M008AL
-
61128
L532AL
M008AL
M601AL
61128
L532AL
M008AL
M607AL
61128
L532AL
M008AL
61128
L532AL
M008AL
M879AL
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
ß
14
THERMISTOR PROBE (New 2015)
THERMOSTAT (2015 and prior)
THERMOSTAT KNOB (≤2015)
SILICONE GASKET
TANK WELDMENT ASS'Y
(SEE METAL PARTS LIST)
TANK INSULATION MATERIAL
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
15
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
16
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
17
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
M324AL
18
DRAIN HOSE, SILICONE
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
M326AL
19
DRAIN PLUG
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
M391AL
PLUG, SILICON
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
M494AL
7
8
11
12
13
20
-
* EXPORT MODELS
2
DISPENSE VALVE - L676AL
9
HEATER, 240V 3000W - G266AL
22
Cecilware®
GB Series
Wiring Diagrams
GB1, GB1M, GB1MD
(120V, 1700W, 1 PH, 2 wires + Ground) w/ Relay
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
GB Series
4 L-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
23
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB2, GB2M, GB2M, 2K
(120V, 1700W, 1 PH, 2 wires + Ground) w/ Relays
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
24
4 L-LEVEL
5 H-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
GB Series
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB2, GB2M, 2K
GB2, 2M, 2MD, 2K, [120/240V, 3KW, 1PH, L1, L2, NTL, GND] W/RELAYS
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
GB Series
4 L-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
25
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB3, GB3M, GB3MD, 3K
(120V, 1700W, 1 PH, 2 wires + Ground) w/ Relay
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
26
4 L-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
GB Series
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB3, GB3M
(120V/240, 3kW, 1 PH, L1, L2, +NTL + GND) w/ Relays
BLK
BLK
BREW SW
BREW SW
BREW SW
BRO
WHT
WHT
GND
BLK
YEL
N
BRO
DOOR UNIT
WHT
BLK
AUGER
MOTOR AC
WHT
BLK
GND
WHT
AUGER
MOTOR AC
BLK
AUGER
MOTOR AC
RINSE
SWITCH
N
N
DISPENSE
VALVE
DISPENSE
VALVE
DISPENSE
VALVE
N
WHIPPER
MOTOR AC
COM
3
RELAY
2
NO
WHIPPER
MOTOR AC
4
1
COM
3
RELAY
2
NO
WHIPPER
MOTOR AC
4
COM
1
3
2
NO
4
1
RELAY
N
BLUE
L1
N
N
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
WHT
L1
BLK
1 FILL
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
N
N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
4 L-LEVEL
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
GND
THERMOSTAT
BLK
HEATER
LIGHT
3KW-HEATER
FUSE 6A
HEATER SWITCH
HI-LIMIT
RED
L1
WHT
POWER SWITCH
N
L2
L1
G
GND
GB Series
Cecilware®
27
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB3M, 3K
(120V/240, 6kW, 1 PH, L1, L2, +NTL + GND) w/ Relays
28
Cecilware®
GB Series
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB3M-W
[120V, 1.7KW, 1 PH, 2 WIRES + GROUND] W/ RELAYS
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
GB Series
4 L-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
29
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB4, GB4M, 4M-8, 4MD
[120V, 1.7KW, 1 PH, 2 WIRES + GROUND] W/ RELAYS
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
30
4 L-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
GB Series
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB5M
[120V, 1.7KW, 1 PH, 2 WIRES + GROUND] W/ RELAYS
GB Series
Cecilware®
31
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB6M
120V
32
GB6M-10-LD-U
Cecilware®
GB Series
Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB2SKI-SUPER
[SINGLE PHASE W/TEACH ME TIMERS] 240 V.AC 6 KW
HOT CHOCOLATE
2
1
4
3
HOT-WATER
TEACH-ME
TIMER
2
1
2
1
4
3
4
3
DISPENSE
SWITCH
4+
BLU
WHT
HOT
WATER
DISPENSE
VALVE
1
3
2
RELAY
NO
GND
4+
BLU
TRANSFORMER
RINSE SWITCH
3
2
RELAY
1
COM
DISPENSE
VALVE
D.C.
AUGER
MOTOR
BLK
WHT
4
1
2
YEL
BLK
WHT
3-
SPEED
CONTROL
D.C.
AUGER
MOTOR
GND
MAIN UNIT
2
TRANSFORMER
COM
POT
3-
SPEED
CONTROL
DOOR UNIT
HOT WATER SW.
POT
YEL
TEACH-ME
TIMER
DISPENSE
SWITCH
STOP SW.
1
L1
HOT CHOCOLATE
NO
4
BLK
N
DISPENSE
VALVE
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
4 L-LEVEL
5 H-LEVEL
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
GND
FAN
3 TANK HEATERS - 1 PHASE - 6 KW
FUSE
WHT
HEATER LIGHT
120V
3 2 1
L3 L2 L1
CONTACTOR
110V COIL
3 2 1
T1
220V
BLK
TRANSFORMER
POWER
SWITCH
GND
HI-LIMIT
THERMOSTAT
HEATER SWITCH
10GA
L1
10GA
L2
G
GND
GB Series
Cecilware®
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Wiring Diagrams (continued)
GB2SKI-SUPER
3 PHASE, W/TEACH ME TIMERS 240 V.A.C. 18 KW
HOT CHOCOLATE
2
1
4
3
HOT CHOCOLATE
HOT-WATER
TEACH-ME
TIMER
2
1
4
3
TEACH-ME
TIMER
2
1
4
3
DISPENSE
SWITCH
DISPENSE
SWITCH
STOP SW.
HOT WATER SW.
DUAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL
WATER INLET VALVE
RED
BLK
1 FILL
WHT
2 AC-1L
3 AC-2N
BLU
YEL
GRN
WATER
LEVEL
PROBES
6 COMMON
LED
WATER
TANK
34
4 L-LEVEL
5 H-LEVEL
GND
Cecilware®
GB Series
GB Series
Cecilware®
35
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