Ki+chenAid, Automatic Ice Maker Model 3KUIS185V INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS a-93 CHANGING TI-IE BIN DOOR The slorage bin door and lower accept an oplional decorative choice. panel are deslgned to wood panel of your The wood panel should be no more than j/4 Inch (6.35 Ihick. GUI il lo the same size as Ihe production panel. See Figure 1. To change the bin door mm) AND LOWER DOOR BIN I Tf 11 %” (28.6 cm) PANEL LOWER PANEL 11’%8” (30.3 cm: PANEL DIMENSIONS panel. 1. Open the bin door. 2. Remove the two screws hold Ihe handle. on lop of the door which 3. Remove 4. Slide the handle. 5. Break off the ribs on the door insulalion for the wood thickness. See Figure 2 the metal 6. Slide 7. Replace the wood handle b(43.2 cm)FIGURE panels 1 out. panel into and acraws. the door to allow frame. To change the lower panel: 1. Hemwe the two screws at the txttom that hold the lower panel assembly to the ice maker 2. Remove the Iwo acraws assembly. 3. Slide the metal panels 4. Slide the wood panel 5. Replace on the top of the pane! REMOVE ALL DOOR INSULATION RIBS TO ACCEPT WOOD PANEL THICKNESS FIGURE and spacers 01~1. into Ihe door frame. the top of the panel NOTE: Make sure the galvanized back of the panel assembly. 2 assembly panel is replaced I” If ice maker is installed above altitude, the bin and evaporator be adjusted to a warmer remove thermostat electricity, directions for turning the screw as shown in the label two thousand feet of thermostats must setting. Disconnect and follow the altitude adjustment on each thermostat. SHIPBOARD OPERATION When this ice cube maker is installed aboard a ship, it will be necessary to purchase and install a water deflector. This deflector hanas between the lower edge of the evaporator and the cutter grid. It keeps the water flowing over the evaporator from spilling into the storage bin area. Order the necessary parts from your local ice maker dealer. 2 GENERAL INFORMATION . UNPACK 2 3 l BOTTOM FIGURE 1 Lay carlon FIGURE 3 4 Set carton See Figure Lift carton Remove outside rear face and wlrh all break open botlom upnght four flaps outward. 3. all rape and packaglng material and lnslde of the cabinet. See the fan 7 Loosen thumb pan to “thumb LOCATE UNIT Place unit unobstructed, 2 Area should be well ventllaled wth temperature above 150 C, 600 F and below 430 C. 1100 F. Best results are obtained between 210 C. 700 F and 320 C. 900 F. up and ott 01 machme. from Flgure rhe 4. emove Ihe front grill. lake out the screws secur1ng Ihe grlll at the botlom and 1111It tree 01 c&net Turn freely An eleclr~cal branch cwcuil 01 220/240 Volt, 50 Hz, 1 phase, with a 10 Amp delayed actlon fuse or circuit breaker. 1 3 5R 6 t0 1111 4 flaps 2 pump drain FLAPS 3 on or a sump Syslem THIS UNIT MUST BE INSTALLED IN AN AREA PROTECTED FROM THE ELEMENTS, SUCH AS WIND, RAIN, WATER SPRAY OR DRIP INTERIOR OPEN ElIher a gravely drain the waler 10 an exlsling by hand screws right.” lo make holding cutter terla~n grid 4 II moves and water so the fronl to provide side WIII be complelely Draper air flow. Prov~slon lor eleclr#city water lions should be delermlned. and drain connec- The unit may be closed in on Ihe top and lhree sndes. bul Ihe Iron1 MUST BE u”obs,r”c,ed lor air circulalion and proper operalion. Inslallalion should be such lhal Ihe cabinel can be moved lorward lor servicing il necessary . LEVEL UNIT . UTILITIES 1 After placing unit in powlion. check to make certain the unit IS level side lo side and front 10 back 2 ELECTRICITY WATER DRAIN I Accurate leveling 1s eSsenlIal for proper OperaliOn. 3 Unit should be shimmed so that it !s solld as well as level The shims should be of hard permanenl type malerlal such as masonate 4 If required by sanitation Ihe floor wlh an approved code. seal rhe cabinet Caulking compound to OBSERVE LOCAL CODES Emch installation 1 1~ unique but will require: A cold water Inlet of l/4” (6.35 tubing and a shut-off valve. mm) OD sdi copper 3 FOR THE PLUMBER CONNECT TO WATER (observelocal codes) ELECTRICAL 1 Usa U” (6.35 mm) cold water supply. 2 Prowde a convement water llrw 3 Position the rubmg so it can enter the access hole located in the rmht hand rear of rhe cabinet The tubing should eitend beyond the cabinet fronr when the cabinet IS pushed back unto posft~on See Figure 5. OD soft copper manual tubing shut-oil lor the valve I” the REQUIREMENTS A 220/240 Volt, 50 Hz. 10 Amp (used electrical supply is required (lime delay luse or circuit breaker is recommended). It is recommended lhat a Separate clrcuil, serving only this appliance be provided. USE COPPER WIRE ONLY RECOMMENDED GROUNDING METHOD ELECTRICAL GROUND THIS MACHINE NOTE: Always purge the water lme before connection to the inlet of the water possible water valve malfunction maklng the final valve to prevent Alter the cabinet II in place, bend the tubing to meet the connection at the water valve. The garden hose threaded compression fitting II found in the parts bag. This joint provides a conventent dlrconnect for service. Sa sure the tubing is clear of compressor. to prevent rattle. CONNECT ME DRAIN (observelocel codes) The unit FOR THE ELECTRICIAN is provided wth a gravity to insulate drain For your personal salety permanently ground this unit in accordance with applicable local codes and ordinances. It is recommended that a separate, permanent ground connection be made lo the unit using a green/yellow colored, insulated conductor ol appropriate size from agrounded cold waler pip?: a grounded lead in the service panel or a properly driven and electrically grounded ground rod. Do not ground lo a gas supply pipe. Do not connect electric power supply until unit is permanently grounded. Connect the ground wire lo the approved ground and then connect lo the metal frame 01 the unit. WIRING line thoroughly CONFORM TO NATIONAL CONFORM TO ALL AND ORDINANCES LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODE CODES Remove grill mounting screws for access to motor comoartment and waler connections. Electrical conriections are made lo the electrical box which is located al the rear or the machine. Run permanent type 1.6 mm d (#14) wiring through the hole provided in the eletrical box to the line screws on the terminal board. (See Figure 6). DO NO USE AN EXTENSION CORD. GROUND 4 ON drain The ideal installation has a standpipe (1 %“. 32mm minimum) installed directly below the outlet or the drain lube. Refer lo Figure 5 (or the proper location of the standpipe. It may bedeslrable up lo drain inlet IS REGUIRED FIGURE 6 TERMINAL . 1s properly connected to a waler supply and drain IS properly connected lo electruty A 2201240 Volt. 50 Hz. 1 phase, 10 amp fused electrIcal supply IS required HOW IT WORKS l Compressor l Condenser 0 0 Water Cutler l NOTE: Time recommended runs fan runs pump gnd runs (clrculafes IS warm waler) WHEN THE DESIRED ICE SLAB THICKNESS IS REACHED, THE HARVEST CYCLE BEGINS AND THE FOLLOWlNG HAPPENS: Evaporalor thermostal Compressor keeps Condenser fan slops Waler pump or turns opens NOTE: valve waler grid electrically l 1s used only breaker IS grounded by anyone not able to use it properly for Ihe job it was deslgned to perform. malntalned ICE MAKER How it makes clrcult OPERATION Ice: very slowly slops Water Cutter IS nol operated or IS Sallshed opens Intel IS properly l fuse running HOI gas solenoid Excess l . IS properly to touch delay IS flushed IS warm Normal 1. Water IS circulated overa freezlng plate. As the waler freezes, minerals m the waler are rejected. The absence of mmerals oroduces a clear sheet of ice. oul of the drain pan lo the touch herveal cycle takes 60 to 120 seconds. MACHINE RESUMES FREEZING AFTER SLAB IS RELEASED FROM EVAPORATOR AND THE CUlllNG PROCESS BEGINS. WHEN THE STORAGE BIN IS FILLED, BIN THERMOSTAT OPENS. 0 Culler grid remam 2. When the desired thickness IS reached, the Ice sheet is released and slides on lo a culler grid. The grid diwdes the sheet Into mdwdual cubes 3. The water conlalnmg the rejected minerals IS dramed oul at the end of each freezlng cycle. 4. Fresh waler then enters the machme for the next Ice makmg cy on BEFORE OPERATING THE ICE MAKER It IS your responslblllly to make sure thal the ice maker: l has been mslalled where it is protected from the elements. l IS localed so lhal the front IS not blocked, lo provide proper aw flow. l IS properly leveled l is located in a well ventilated area wth temperalure above 15°C (50°F). Best resulls are oblalned at lemperatures between 21°C (70°F) and 32% (90-F) 5. Cubes fall Into the storage bin Ihe ice maker shuls off automabcally more vce IS needed When lhe bin IS full and reslarls when 5 UNIT WIRING DIAGRAM THINGS TO REMEMBER 0 This model grid circuit Water enters only during the defrost cycle. Therefore the first cycle will be completed without water in the system. 0 As the room and water temperatures the amount of Ice produced This higher operating temperatures wll duced ice producllon 0 The unit touches matically 0 The storage meltage wll lemperaturd. will shut off when ice in the storage bin the bin thermostat well and 41 autocycle to keep the bin full. 0 -The unit efficiently. clean. 0 vary. so wll means lhat reSull In re. ban occur. needs Keep IS nol refngeraled This, loo, vanes wth and some the room good aor clrculahon lo perform the front gnll and Ihe condenser The water syslem. lncludlng filler screen tin lhe water Inlet solenoid valve. needs lo be cleaned periodlcally for good cwculahon. Instrucllons are located on the Inner door panel OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 0 For complete Use and Care operatmg Guide l Before starling, Bakmg Soda quan of warm wash solution waler) 0 Make 0 Turn cenam swtch Ihe waler Informallon, refer to lhe OUI lnlerlor of cablnel with a (2 lablespoons soda to a Fllnse thoroughly. IS turned to the “ON” on pos~l!on. IMPORTANT: Allow for 24 wntml. unitto hours If instollod themlostat run lor 3 hour before expectlnp Ice and bofor. trylng lo eet Ihe lhlcknore above 2,ooO adjustments. fwt altitude. SW pa@ 2 for operales al 230 Volts except for the cutter which operates al 10 Volls al 1 Amp. The compressor runs al all times except when the bin thermostat becomes satisfied and opens up. This deenergizes the system except for the transformer and cutler grid. Under normal operaling conditions, when the evaporator reaches the preset lempeialure (-120 C, + 1 go F lo -1 Qo C. -30 F. depending on thickness of ice) the evaporator lhermoslal opens. terminating operation of Ihe fan motor and pump molar. The hot gas solenoid and the water valve solenoid are energized al lhis lime and remain so until the evaporalor reaches 36 (30 C) + 2” F (.16.60 C). CUBELLT -I241 CUTTER CHECK OPERATION GRIDS mm) v 2” mm) A CUBE CUTTER GRID Star! ‘ON Ihe unit by lurmng Ihe service swlch and opening the line waler valve IO v NOTE Lell IS ‘OFF” - Mddle IS “ON” IS ‘CLEAN’ In “CLEAN’ pos~l~on. pump opera1es. I/ Check 1/ water Will not en1er pump pan plate gels told and machInegoes cycle. I/ Check for even water flow over freezIng Unit must be level for proper operallon. v Check for desired cube thickness and after 24 hours adjust if necessary. Maximum ice yield will be obtained with ice lhickness at %” (13 mm) lo 5/s” (16 mm) v Replace condenser fan to make - RIghI only Ihe sura II IS revolving. Unlll Ireezlng 8”lo a harvest plale. g”Il- 7 Part No. 759099 Prtnted In U.S.A.