110 Series
Ice and Water Dispensers
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Installation, Operation and Service Manual
110CT400A/W-L
110CR400A/W-L
110FB400A/W-L
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110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Table of contents
Before you begin ................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Specifications ..................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Field wiring .......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Installation........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Installing freestanding dispensers ............................................................................................................................... 8
Installing wall mount dispensers................................................................................................................................ 10
Installing RIDE® ice machines................................................................................................................................... 12
Installing top mount ice machines ............................................................................................................................. 12
User information ............................................................................................................................................................... 14
Cleaning and sanitizing procedures .......................................................................................................................... 14
Service Information .......................................................................................................................................................... 17
Wiring diagram – lever models .................................................................................................................................. 17
Wiring diagram – SensorSAFE™ models .................................................................................................................. 18
Dispenser troubleshooting......................................................................................................................................... 19
Troubleshooting SensorSAFE board and sensors ..................................................................................................... 20
Disassembly and replacement instructions ............................................................................................................... 21
Thermostat locations ................................................................................................................................................. 24
Parts................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
Dispenser exterior ..................................................................................................................................................... 25
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (lever models) — Serial Number E08194 and above ................................ 26
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (lever models) — Serial Numbers below E08193 ...................................... 27
Electrical box – lever models ..................................................................................................................................... 27
Electrical box – level fill ............................................................................................................................................. 28
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (SensorSAFE) — Serial Number E08194 and above ................................ 29
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (SensorSAFE) — Serial Numbers below E08193 ..................................... 30
Electrical box – SensorSAFE models........................................................................................................................ 31
Wheel motor and drive system .................................................................................................................................. 31
Hopper components .................................................................................................................................................. 32
Chilled water components ......................................................................................................................................... 33
Solenoid dispense assembly ..................................................................................................................................... 34
Water treatment accessories for Symphony ice and water dispensers ..................................................................... 35
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Welcome to Follett
Follett equipment enjoys a well-deserved reputation for excellent performance, long-term reliability and outstanding
after-the-sale support. To ensure that this equipment delivers that same degree of service, we ask that you review the
installation portion of this manual before beginning to install the unit. Our installation instructions are designed to help
you achieve a trouble-free installation. Should you have any questions or require technical help at any time, please call our
technical service group toll free at (877) 612-5086 or (610) 252-7301.
Note: To expedite assistance, all correspondence or communication MUST include the model number, serial number and
complete and detailed explanation of the problem
Before you begin
After uncrating and removing all packing material, inspect the equipment for concealed shipping damage. If damage is
found, notify your shipper immediately and contact Follett Corporation for help in filing a claim, if necessary.
Check your paperwork to determine which model you have. Follett model numbers are designed to provide information
about the type and capacity of Follett equipment. Following is an explanation of model numbers:
110CT400A-L
L = Lever dispensing, S = SensorSAFE infrared dispensing
Condenser type – A = air-cooled, W = water-cooled
Ice machine capacity and refrigerant – 400 = 400 lbs (181kg)/day, R404A refrigerant
Ice machine location – R = RIDE ice machine, T = integral ice machine in top of cabinet,
B = ice machine in base of freestanding units
Dispenser configuration – C = countertop, F = freestanding
Approximate storage capacity in lbs
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Important cautions
• Do not tilt any unit further than 30° off vertical during uncrating or installation.
• Dispenser bin area contains mechanical, moving parts. Keep hands and arms clear of this area
at all times. If access to this area is required, power to unit must be disconnected first.
• Follett recommends a Follett water filter system be installed in the ice machine inlet water line
(standard capacity #00130299, high capacity #00978957, carbonless high capacity #01050442).
• Prior to operation clean and sanitize the dispenser in accordance with instructions found in this
manual.
• Ice is slippery. Be sure counters and floors around dispenser are clean, dry and free of ice.
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Specifications
Electrical
1.
Models with RIDE ice machines (110CR400A/W)
Ice machine and dispenser require their own separate, dedicated circuit.
Ice machine Max. fuse
Basic electrical: 115V/60Hz/1 phase
11.0A
20A
Dispenser
4.0A
Max. fuse
20A
2.
Freestanding models and models with integral ice machines (110FB400A/W, 110CT400A/W)
Require a dedicated circuit.
Total system Max. fuse
Basic electrical: 115V/60Hz/1 phase
14.0A
20A
3.
Dispensers and RIDE ice machines are supplied with 7-foot power cord with NEMA 5-20 hospital grade plug.
Connect to 20A circuit fuse or breaker.
Note: It is preferred that circuit be protected by a GFCI.
Ambient
Air temp
Water temp
Water pressure
100 F/38 C max.
90 F/32 C max.
70 P.S.I. max.
50 F/10 C min. (best performance below 80 F/27 C)
40 F/4 C min. (best performance below 70 F/21 C)
10 P.S.I. min.
Plumbing
110CR with
RIDE ice machine
110CT with
integral ice machine
110FB with
ice machine in base
Dispenser drain
3/4" FPT
3/4" FPT
3/4" FPT
Ice machine drain
3/4" MPT
3/4" MPT
3/4" MPT
Dispenser water inlet
3/8" FPT
3/8" FPT
3/8" FPT
–
3/8" FPT
–
3/8" OD push-in
–
–
Cond. inlet – w/c only
3/8" FPT
3/8" FPT
3/8" FPT
Cond. drain – w/c only
3/8" FPT
3/8" FPT
3/8" FPT
Ice machine water inlet
RIDE IM water inlet
Note: Water shut-off recommended within 10 feet (3m) of dispenser. Drain to be hard piped and insulated, and maintain
slope of at least 1/4" per foot (6mm per 305mm run) of slope. All plumbing connections must be made in accordance with
local building codes.
Ventilation clearances
Countertop models with RIDE ice machine (110CR400A/W) — none. 12" (775mm) at top advised for service.
Countertop models with integral ice machine (110CT400A/W) — 6" (153mm) at top. 6" (153mm) each side advised for
service.
Freestanding models (110FB400A/W) — 4" (102mm) at rear. 12" (305mm) at top advised for service.
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Field wiring for countertop and wall mount dispensers with RIDE ice machines
!
All field wiring must be installed in accordance with NEC and local electrical codes. Field wiring
diagram is intended only to aid electrician or technician in understanding how equipment works.
Field wiring for countertop and wall mount dispensers with RIDE ice machines
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Attention – Should local codes require a hard-wired connection and/or shielded wiring, eliminate the
cord and plug(s) and follow the appropriate field wiring diagram on the following page.
See Ice machine Installation and Operation manual for recommended junction box preparation of
hard-wired RIDE ice machines.
Model
Electrical connection
Circuits required
110FB400A/W
cord & plug provided
115/60/1, 20A max. fuse size
110CT400A/W
cord & plug provided
115/60/1, 20A max. fuse size
110CR400A/W
cord & plug provided
115/60/1
dispenser: 20A max. fuse size
ice machine: 20A max. fuse size
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Field wiring diagrams
Freestanding dispensers and countertop dispensers with integral ice machines
IMPORTANT
Electric Power Source
FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM IS
INTENDED TO AID ELECTRICIAN
OR TECHNICIAN IN UNDERSTANDING
HOW EQUIPMENT WORKS. ALL FIELD
WIRING MUST BE INSTALLED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH NEC AND LOCAL
ELECTRICAL CODES.
B
GND
W
X
GRN
DISPENSER
JUNCTION BOX
LEGEND
Standard electrical - 115V, 1 Ph, 60 Hz,
max. fuse size 20 amps
FUSED
DISCONNECT
GND X GRN
WIRENUT
B
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
B - BLACK
X
W
W - WHITE
R - RED
GRN - GREEN
R
Countertop dispensers with RIDE ice machines
IMPORTANT
LEGEND
WIRENUT
Standard electric - 115V, 60 Hz, 1 Ph,
Max. fuse size per circuit - 20 amps
EQUIPMENT
GROUND
X
B - BLACK
FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM IS INTENDED TO AID ELECTRICIAN
OR TECHNICIAN IN UNDERSTANDING HOW EQUIPMENT WORKS.
ALL FIELD WIRING MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
NEC AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.
Electric Power Source
Electric Power Source
B W
W - WHITE
R - RED
GRN - GREEN
GND
B
GND
X
GRN
W
X
GRN
DISPENSER
JUNCTION BOX
GND X GRN
FUSED
DISCONNECT
LOWER ICEMAKER
JUNCTION BOX
(BIN SIGNAL)
R
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
GND
X
GRN
W
B
W
FUSED
DISCONNECT
UPPER ICEMAKER
JUNCTION BOX
(POWER)
B
W
B
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Installation procedures
Before you begin
• All dispensers must be installed level in both directions to ensure proper operation
• Required ventilation and recommended service clearances:
• Countertop models with RIDE ice machine (110CR400A/W) — none. 12" (305mm) at top recommended for service.
• Countertop models with integral ice machine (110CT400A/W) — 6" (153mm) at top. 6"(153mm) each side recommended
for service.
• Freestanding models (110FB400A/W) — 4" (102mm) at rear. 12" (305mm) at top recommended for service.
• All countertop dispensers provide the option of taking utilities out the bottom or back of the dispenser. See counter
cutout on page 10 (Fig. 2) for bottom exiting utilities on units with and without drain pans. For installations where utilities will exit
through back of dispenser, refer to back view drawings.
• SensorSAFE dispensers are shipped with a plastic, protective film on sensor lenses. For proper operation, plastic film
must be removed after installation.
Installing freestanding dispensers
1. Carefully tip dispenser back to expose underside and block up in place.
2.
!
Do not tilt unit further than 30° off vertical.
Remove legs from shipping box (taped to drain pan of dispenser) and screw into dispenser bottom, taking care to seat
legs securely against underside of dispenser.
3. Position dispenser in desired location and adjust legs to level in both directions.
4. Connect water supply to 3/8" FPT fitting on back of dispenser (Fig. 1A).
5. Remove 3/4" dispenser drain line plug from back of unit and discard. Connect separate drain lines to 3/4" FPT
dispenser drain fitting and 3/4" MPT ice machine drain fitting on back of dispenser (Fig. 1B and 1C.)
6. Run drain lines to wall or floor drain. Provide an air break between the drain lines and drain. If ice machine drain fitting
is below an intended wall drain, a condensate pump must be used.
7. If ice machine is water-cooled, connect water-cooled condenser supply line to 3/8" FPT condenser inlet fitting on back
of dispenser (Fig. 1D).
Note: Do not run condenser supply water through ice machine water filter system.
8. Connect condenser drain line to 3/8" FPT condenser outlet fitting on back of dispenser (Fig. 1E).
Important: Do not connect condenser drain line to any other drain lines.
9. Plug dispenser into 20A rated NEMA 5-20 wall socket.
10. Remove front cover of base section by removing two screws at bottom corners of cover. Allow cover to drop
approximately 3/8" (5mm) and pull forward.
11. Turn on water supply and check that water level in float reservoir (when full) is within 1/4" (6mm) of mark on side of
reservoir and that float moves freely. Check for leaks.
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Fig. 1 – Rear connections, freestanding models
access panel
(B) 3/4” FPT drain
(A) 3/8" FPT
water inlet (A)
31.5"
(800mm)
(D) 3/8" FPT
condenser inlet
location (watercooled only)
water inlet
(C) 3/4" MPT
ice machine drain
location (watercooled only)
(E) 3/8" FPT
condenser drain
location (watercooled only)
31.5"
(800mm)
(C) 3/4" MPT
ice machine
drain location
(air-cooled only)
10.25"
(260mm)
12. Verify that water sensor tabs are immersed in water in reservoir.
13. Remove top front cover by removing two screws at bottom corners of cover. Lift cover slightly and pull forward.
14. If dispenser is equipped with SensorSAFE, remove protective plastic coating from dispense sensor labels.
15. Turn on dispenser power and bin signal rocker switches. Check dispenser and ice machine operation.
16. Sanitize ice machine according to instructions in ice machine manual. Discard sanitized ice.
17. Turn off ice machine bin signal switch.
18. Remove dispenser hopper lid; clean and sanitize dispenser according to instructions beginning on page 14.
19. Turn ice machine bin signal switch on and replace front covers, securing with screws.
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Installing countertop dispensers
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Dispensers with top mount ice machines cannot be mounted on legs. They must be bolted to counter.
Use gloves when lifting ice machine to protect hands from sheet metal edges.
1. Position dispenser in desired location, mark dispenser
outline on counter and remove dispenser.
Fig. 2 – Counter cut-out, all models
2. Drill four 3/8" (5mm) holes in counter (Fig. 2) to
anchor dispenser to counter.
24.5"
(622mm)
23.75"
(603mm)
Follett countertop dispensers can have any or all
utilities run directly through counter or out rear of
dispenser. For dispensers with any utilities exiting
through counter, make counter cut-out as shown
in Fig. 2.
9" X 14" (227mm x 356mm)
12.25"
(311mm)
CUT OUT
3. If ice transport tube will exit out rear of dispenser,
remove ice transport tube knock-out (Fig. 5G) from
rear of dispenser.
Note: Utility connections can be accessed through
front of dispenser by removing stainless steel splash
panel on front of dispenser, or by removing access
panel (Figs. 4, 5) on back of dispenser.
6. Temporarily remove rear access panel (Figs. 4, 5)
from rear of dispenser.
17.375"
(441mm)
21.375"
(543mm)
3/8"
4. If any electric utilities or water line will be connected
through rear of dispenser, remove utility knock-out
(Fig. 5H) from rear of dispenser and install supplied
protective grommet.
5. If power is to be supplied through counter cut-out,
complete steps 6-9. If power is to be supplied through
rear of dispenser, proceed to step 10.
.5" (13mm)
.5" (13mm)
1.625" (41mm)
DRAIN PAN
6.54"
(167mm)
Fig. 3 – Top view, dispenser plumbing connections
countertop and wall mount units with drain pan
7. Loosen junction box mounting screws. Lift junction
box and power cord up until cord and mounting
screws clear notches on rear panel of dispenser.
Remove Phillips head screws from right side of
junction box.
8. Rotate junction box 90 degrees so that screw holes
on right side of junction box align with holes on rear
dispenser panel. Resecure junction box to dispenser
using Phillips head screws.
(K) 3/4" FPT
dispenser drain
(L) alternate 3/4"
dispenser drain
location
9. Place power cord inside dispenser and replace
access panel (Figs. 4 and 5) on rear of dispenser.
Note: For dispensers installed with utilities connected
through rear of dispenser, it may be easier to make
preliminary connections before dispenser is set in
place.
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(J) 3/8" FPT
water inlet
drain pan
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
10. Apply a thick bead, approximately. 1/4" (6mm)
diameter, of NSF listed silicone sealant (DowCorning RTV-732 or equivalent) 1/4" (6mm) inside
marked outline of dispenser.
Fig. 4 – Rear connections, countertop models with
integral ice machines
(M) 3/8" FPT
ice machine water inlet
11. Carefully position dispenser on counter.
12. Remove four screws securing splash panel to front
of dispenser and gently lay splash panel on counter.
(Water line to solenoid valve can be disconnected
from water inlet valve by pushing on ring at end of
inlet fitting while pulling on tubing.)
(R) 3/8" FPT condenser inlet
(water-cooled only)
(P) 3/8" FPT
condenser outlet
(water-cooled only)
13. Secure dispenser to counter with four 3/8" bolts
(supplied by others).
14. Smooth excess sealant around outside of dispenser.
(N) 3/4" MPT
ice machine drain
access panel
15. Run water station line from back of dispenser
through utility knock-out (Figs. 4, 5) or up through
counter cut-out. Connect water supply line to 3/8"
FPT, (Fig. 3J) fitting on utility flange at bottom of
dispenser.
(H) water station knock-out
16. Remove 3/4" drain connection plug from either
fitting at rear of dispenser, (Fig. 1K) or internal
fitting, (Fig. 3L), as appropriate. Connect and run
a dedicated drain line to wall or floor drain. An air
break should be provided.
If dispenser is equipped with a top mount,
water-cooled ice machine complete steps 17
through 20. If equipped with a top mount,
air-cooled ice machine proceed to step 21.
3/4" FPT dispenser
drain
Fig. 5 – Rear connections, countertop models with RIDE
ice machines
17. Connect ice machine water supply line to 3/8" FPT
water inlet, (Fig. 4M).
18. Connect ice machine drain line to 3/4 MPT drain
connection (Fig, 4N).
19. If ice machine is water-cooled, connect water-cooled
condenser supply line to 3/8" FPT condenser fitting
on back of dispenser (Fig. 4R).
Note: Do not run condenser supply water through
ice machine water filter system.
access panel
(H) water station knock-out
(G) ice transport tube knock-out
20. Connect condenser drain line to 3/8" FPT fitting on
back of dispenser (Fig. 4P).
Important: Do not connect condenser drain line to
any other drain lines.
21. Proceed with either RIDE or top-mounted ice
machine connection instructions, as appropriate.
3/4" FPT dispenser
drain
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Installing RIDE ice machines
Models110CR400A/W
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See Ice machine Installation Manual (form #208600) for critical installation instructions for RIDE
ice machines. Failure to comply with these instructions will result in poor performance and void
warranty.
1. Install RIDE ice machine following instructions in ice machine manual.
2. Run ice transport tube without insulation from dispenser through ice transport tube knock-out, (Fig. 5G) or through
counter opening to ice machine.
3. Insulate ice transport tube by sliding insulation over tube.
4. Adjust insulation to cover all exposed ice transport tubing including tubing inside dispenser cabinet.
5. Check that insulated ice transport tube runs continuously uphill (with no dips) from ice machine to dispenser.
6. Run bin signal wire from dispenser through utility knockout, (Fig. 5F) or counter cutout to the ice machine and connect
bin signal wire (two-conductor twist lock) to bin signal plug on ice machine.
7. Plug dispenser power cord into 20A rated NEMA 5-20 wall socket.
8. Turn on dispenser water supply and check for leaks. Replace splash panel.
9. Remove top front cover by removing two screws at bottom corners of cover. Lift cover slightly and pull forward. Turn on
power and bin signal rocker switches. Replace front cover and secure with screws. Test operation.
10. Clean and sanitize ice machine following instructions in ice machine manual. Discard sanitized ice.
11. Clean and sanitize dispenser hopper following instructions on page 14. Installation is complete.
Fig. 6 – Ice transport tube and ice level control stat mounting for freestanding dispensers and countertop units
with RIDE ice machine
ice level control stat
engaging pin
1"
(26mm)
ice tube
ice hose mounting bracket
3/16 (5mm) ice tube hole
Installing top mount ice machines
Models 110CT400A/W
!
Dispensers with top mount ice machines cannot be mounted on legs. They must be bolted to
counter. Use gloves when lifting ice machine to protect hands from sheet metal edges.
1. Remove dispenser top front cover by removing two screws at bottom corners of cover, lifting cover slightly and pulling
forward.
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2. Remove dispenser top front cover by removing two screws at bottom corners of cover, lifting cover slightly and pulling
forward.
3. Remove ice machine compartment top and side panels.
4. Remove ice machine hold-down bracket from front of ice machine compartment.
5. Lift ice machine onto dispenser top and slide ice machine completely into position, compressor end first. Front of ice
machine base must be flush with front of dispenser.
6. Reinstall hold down bracket on front of ice machine with power cord and bin signal cords in notch. Do not cut or pinch
cords.
7. Insert loose end of ice transport tube through bracket (on ice machine base) into hopper access hole. Be sure that transport
tube is secured under retainer on float reservoir bracket (Step 2, Fig. 7). Tighten transport tube clamp screw to secure ice
transport tube.
8. Connect plastic water supply line to fitting at top of float reservoir.
Fig. 7 – Ice transport tube
2
1
3
TIGHTEN
CLAMP
SCREW
9. Connect vinyl drain line from dispenser securely to drain line on ice machine.
10. Connect ice machine two-lead bin signal twist lock plug, and three-lead power twist-lock plug, to dispenser twist-lock
connectors.
11. On dispensers equipped with water-cooled ice machines, connect condenser water supply and drain lines to
condenser fittings on ice machine.
12. Turn on water supply and check that water level in float reservoir (when full) is within 1/4" (6mm) of mark on side of
reservoir and that float moves freely.
13. Verify that water sensor tabs are immersed in water in reservoir. Check for leaks. Replace splash panel.
14. Plug dispenser power cord into 20A rated NEMA 5-20 wall socket.
15. If dispenser is equipped with SensorSAFE remove protective plastic coating form dispense sensor labels.
16. Turn on power and bin signal rocker switches and test operation.
17. Clean and sanitize ice machine following instructions in ice machine manual.
18. Remove dispenser hopper access lid and clean and sanitize dispenser according to instructions on page 14.
19. Replace front cover and secure with screws. Installation is complete.
Fig. 8 – Ice transport tube and ice level control stat mounting for units with top-mounted ice machines
ice level control stat
.75"
(19mm)
Hand bend cap tube
end to approximately
45° as shown
45°
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User information
How the dispenser works
Follett’s 110 series automatic load ice and water dispensers receive ice from Follett’s 400 lb (181kg)/day ice machine
located in the dispenser base, in the cabinet top or in a remote location up to 20 ft (6m) away. Ice produced is stored in the
bin section of the dispenser. When dispensing is activated, the wheel motor is energized, causing the wheel to turn. This
moves ice to the dispense chute where it drops by gravity into the container held below the chute.
In Follett’s continuous icemaking process, water freezes to the inside walls of the stainless steel evaporator. A rotating
stainless steel auger carries the ice to the top of the evaporator where it is compressed and extruded through a nozzle on
the outlet port. The ice is then pushed through a tube to the dispenser bin. When the storage area is full, a bin thermostat
opens and shuts the ice machine off to avoid over-filling of the bin. The ice machine will restart after 20 minutes if the bin is
calling for ice.
How the SensorSAFE accessory works
Follett’s SensorSAFE accessory maximizes sanitation and minimizes the possibility of cross-contamination by eliminating
physical contact between the cup or container and dispenser. Sensors in the panel use reflected infrared light to detect the
presence of the container and send a signal to a control board which then activates the appropriate components for ice or
water dispensing.
The SensorSAFE package includes a cleaning switch under the left side of the front cover which temporarily shuts off
dispensing to allow cleaning of the panel and lenses. If the switch is not turned back on after cleaning, the dispenser
automatically resets after two minutes for normal operation.
SensorSAFE also includes a time limit safety feature which automatically stops ice dispensing after one minute of
continuous dispensing. Dispensing can be resumed by moving the container away from the dispenser and returning it to
the activation zone.
How the chilled water accessory works
Follett’s chilled water accessory uses ice from the dispenser’s storage hopper to chill incoming water supplied to the water
station. The water chiller assembly is located in the dispenser cabinet under the storage hopper. As ice is dispensed, it is
automatically fed into the water chiller assembly to chill the water coil inside the assembly.
Cleaning/descaling and sanitizing
Periodic cleaning/descaling and sanitizing of Follett’s ice and water dispenser and ice machine system is required to
ensure peak performance and delivery of clean, sanitary ice. The recommended cleaning procedures that follow should
be performed at least as frequently as recommended and more often if environmental conditions dictate.
Cleaning of the condenser can usually be performed by facility personnel. Cleaning/descaling and sanitizing of the
ice machine system should be performed by your facility’s trained maintenance staff or a Follett authorized service
agent. Regardless of who performs the cleaning, it is the operator’s responsibility to see that this cleaning is performed
according to the schedule below. Service problems resulting from lack of preventive maintenance will not be covered
under the Follett warranty.
Recommended cleaning/descaling and sanitizing intervals*
Symphony
Frequency
Drain Line
weekly
Drain Pan/Drip Pan
weekly
Exterior
Condenser
Dispenser and Components
as needed
monthly (air-cooled only)
semi-annually
Ice Machine
semi-annually
Chilled Water Accessory
semi-annually
Transport Tube
semi-annually
Ice Storage Area/Bin
semi-annually
* Ice machine and dispenser must be cleaned and sanitized prior to start-up.
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Weekly
CAUTION!
§ Do not use solvents, abrasive cleaners, metal scrapers or sharp objects to clean any part of the dispenser.
Dispenser drain pan and drain line
1. Pour 1 gal. (3.8 L) of hot tap water into drain pan to flush drains.
Splash panel front, SensorSAFE infrared dispensing
1. Deactivate dispensing by pressing and releasing clean switch located on left side of unit under top front cover.
2. Clean lens and splash panel front using a soft cloth and mild, non-abrasive, non-chlorine based cleaner.
3. Reactivate dispensing by pressing and releasing clean switch again.
Monthly
CAUTION!
§ Do not use solvents, abrasive cleaners, metal scrapers or sharp objects to clean any part of the dispenser.
Condenser (air-cooled ice machine only)
1. Use a vacuum cleaner or stiff brush to carefully clean condenser coils of lint and debris to ensure optimal
performance.
Semi-Annually (more often if conditions dictate)
§ A cleaning/descaling and sanitizing procedure should always include both the ice machine and dispenser; ice machine
should be cleaned and sanitized first, followed by the dispenser.
§ Icemaking system can be cleaned/descaled in place.
To ensure that your ice machine and dispenser are cleaned/descaled and sanitized properly, proceed as follows:
1. Clean/descale the ice machine
2. Sanitize the ice machine
3. Clean/descale the dispenser
4. Sanitize the dispenser
CAUTION!
§
§
§
§
Wear rubber gloves and safety goggles (or face shield) when handling cleaner or sanitizer mixtures.
Use only Follett approved cleaners.
It is a violation of Federal law to use Solution A or Solution B in a manner inconsistent with their labeling.
Do not use solvents, abrasive cleaners, metal scrapers or sharp objects to clean any part of the dispenser.
Solution A: Following manufacturer’s instructions, mix cleaning solution of 1 gal. (3.8 L) 120 F (49 C) water and 7 oz.
(198 g) (one 7 oz. packet) of Follett SafeCLEAN™ ice machine cleaner/descaler (P/N 00132001).
Solution B: Following manufacturer’s instructions, mix a sanitizing solution of 1 gal. (3.8 L) 120 F (49 C) water and
1.6 oz. (48 ml) Nu-Calgon IMS-II Sanitizer (P/N 00979674).
Clean/descale and sanitize ice machine (if applicable)
§ Units with ice machines require ice machine cleaning/descaling and sanitizing at least every 6 months, and more often
if conditions dictate. Cleaning/descaling and sanitizing the ice machine will result in better performace and extend ice
machine life. Refer to Ice Machine Operation and Service Manual for specific instructions.
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
15
Clean/descale dispenser
1. Remove and discard all ice from storage hopper.
2. Ensure power is disconnected. Working inside storage area, remove center thumbscrew from dispense wheel,
tilt wheel up toward back to clear baffle and disengage wheel from motor shaft.
3. Remove dispense chutes.
4. Thoroughly wipe lid, dispense wheel, baffle and dispense chutes with cloth soaked in Solution A.
5. Wipe all bin surfaces (including the area under dispense wheel) with a damp cloth wrung out in Solution A.
Note: To avoid possible damage to dispense motor assembly, use only a damp cloth to clean the storage bin. Do not
allow water to run through bottom of bin area.
6. Remove grille and wash with Solution A. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.
7. Rinse all above items with damp cloth wrung out in clear water.
Sanitize dispenser
8. Wipe all above items with damp cloth wrung out in Solution B to sanitize. Do not rinse.
9. Reinstall all parts and replace any panels removed prior to cleaning.
10. Pour 1 gal. (3.8 L) of hot tap water into drain pan to flush drains.
11. If the dispenser is equipped with a Chilled Water Accessory continue to Step 11.1; if not, skip to Step 12.
11.1 Remove four screws securing splash panel.
11.2 Disconnect 3/4" (19mm) drain line from bottom of chilled water canister.
11.3 Loosen (do not remove) screw securing front bracket of chilled water canister to bottom of dispenser
hopper.
11.4 Rotate canister clockwise to release front bracket, then pull canister forward to disengage rear bracket.
11.5 Remove chilled water coil from canister and clean with cloth wrung out in Solution A.
11.6 Wipe inside of chilled water canister with cloth wrung out in Solution A.
11.7 Rinse all above items with damp cloth wrung out in clear water.
11.8 Sanitize all above items with damp cloth wrung out in Solution B. Do not rinse.
11.9 Reinstall chilled water coil into canister (rubber alignment grommet on coil tubing must be located outside
chilled water canister to hold coil securely against canister wall).
11.10 Reinstall chilled water assembly on dispenser and tighten screw securing front bracket.
11.11 Reconnect 3/4" (19mm) drain line to chilled water canister.
11.12 Reinstall splash panel and top front cover.
12. If so equipped, turn ice machine ON and begin to make ice (ice machine should start immediately with power
and bin signal supplied).
13. After approximately 30 minutes, test dispenser for proper dispensing.
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110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Service information
Wiring diagrams
How unit works — lever models
The dispense wheel motor and dispense solenoid are energized through the power and ice dispense switches. The water
solenoid valve is energized through the power and water dispense switches. The ice machine receives the bin signal
through the power switch, the normally closed bin thermostat and the ice machine switch. When the bin level thermostat
is calling for ice, a 115V bin signal is applied to the bin signal terminals on the ice machine circuit board. When ice builds up
around the bin thermostat, the contacts open, cutting the bin signal to the ice machine.
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
4x4 JUNCTION BOX
LOCATED BEHIND SPLASH PANEL
115VAC
60hz
WHITE
ICE MACHINE
POWER
(120 VAC)
WHITE
MAIN POWER
SWITCH
ICE MACHINE
BIN SIGNAL
(120 VAC)
BIN SIGNAL
SWITCH
RD
RD
TIMER
ORG
T-STAT
RD
RELAY
4
1
BLK
BLK
BLK
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
WHITE
WHITE
123
A
RLY B
BLK
WHITE
PUR PUR
7 BLU
PURPLE
ORANGE
M
S
WTR
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
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How unit works — SensorSAFE models
SensorSAFE models provide “touchless” ice and water dispensing. When a container is placed within the actuation
zone below the ice or water chute on SensorSAFE dispenser models, an infrared signal reflects off the container and is
detected by the sensor. The sensor then sends a signal to the control board to activate the appropriate components to
dispense ice or water. LEDs on the board indicate when the board is receiving a signal from the sensors.
A safety, shut-off feature automatically shuts off dispensing after one minute of continuous activation. Dispensing can be
restarted by moving the container away and then returning it to the actuation zone.
Dispensing can be temporarily suspended for cleaning by depressing and releasing the clean switch, located under the
left side of the top front cover. Depressing and releasing the button a second time will return the dispenser to normal
operating state. If the clean switch is not depressed a second time, the dispenser will automatically resume normal
dispense operation (CLN LED goes out) after two minutes. An LED on the control board will light to indicate that the
dispensing has been suspended by activation of the clean switch.
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
4x4 JUNCTION BOX
LOCATED BEHIND SPLASH PANEL
115VAC
60hz
WHITE
ICE MACHINE
POWER
(120 VAC)
WHITE
MAIN POWER
SWITCH
ICE MACHINE
BIN SIGNAL
(120 VAC)
BIN SIGNAL
SWITCH
RD
RD
WHITE
123
RELAY
RD
4
WTR
ICE
TIMER
ORANGE
T-STAT
PUR
CLN
SOL
WTR WM
GND
PWR
L1
BLACK
A
BLK
PUR
7
1
NEUTRAL
WHITE
YLW
RLY B
WHITE
WHITE
M
CLEAN
SWITCH
YLW
ORANGE
BLACK
WHITE
S
WTR
WHITE
WHITE
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110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Dispenser troubleshooting
!
Disconnect power to dispenser and ice machine before putting hands or arms in storage area, or
attempting any repair or service to equipment.
Before calling for service:
• Check that there is ice in dispenser bin area
• Check that all switches and circuit breakers are on
• Check that congealed cubes are not causing a jam
• Check that all drains are clear
Symptom
1. Does not dispense
ice.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Possible cause
Faulty dispense gate.
Faulty dispense solenoid.
Power switch off or faulty.
Faulty dispense switch.
Wheel motor malfunction.
Drive chain off.
Sprocket key missing.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Solution
Replace dispense gate.
Replace dispense solenoid.
Check switch; turn on or replace if faulty.
Replace switch.
Check motor and replace as required.
Reinstall chain.
Install key and tighten sprocket.
2. Does not dispense
water.
a. Dispense switch faulty.
b. Faulty water solenoid.
c. Solenoid plugged by debris.
a. Check switch and replace if faulty.
b. Check solenoid and replace if faulty.
c. Remove and clean valve.
3. Water runs
continuously.
a. Dispense switch contacts burned shut.
b. Debris preventing valve from closing.
a. Check switch and replace if faulty.
b. Remove and clean valve.
4. Dispense
wheel rotates
continuously.
a. Dispense switch contacts burned shut.
b. Faulty level fill timer.
c. Faulty level fill relay.
a. Replace dispense switch.
b. Replace level fill timer.
c. Replace level fill relay.
5. Ice machine runs
continuously.
a. Faulty or incorrectly positioned bin
thermostat.
b. Incorrect field wiring.
a. Check for proper positioning (middle of
adjustment range); if thermostat does not
open when ice is placed on capillary tube,
replace thermostat.
b. Check that ice machine receives bin
signal from dispenser.
6. Ice dispenses by
itself.
a. Faulty dispense gate.
b. Faulty dispense solenoid.
c. Faulty dispense switch.
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
a. Replace dispense gate.
b. Replace dispense solenoid.
c. Replace dispense switch.
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Troubleshooting SensorSAFE board and sensors
Board guide
LEDs, when illuminated, indicate the following:
PWR
CLN
ICE
WTR
Terminals:
(board power)
(cleaning, no dispensing cycle)
(ice dispensing activated)
(water dispensing activated)
L1
L2
WTR
SOL
WM
CLN
(incoming power, hot)
(neutral terminals)
(power terminal for water solenoid)
(power terminal for dispense gate
solenoid) not used
(power terminal for wheel motor)
(terminals for clean cycle switch)
Problem: Does not dispense ice or water
Action
PWR
Check LEDs on control
board
Place cup under drop
zone
LED Status
CLN
ICE/WTR
Solution
OFF
OFF
OFF
Check circuit breakers and power switch; restore
power or replace defective switch
ON
ON
OFF
Depress clean switch located under left side of front
cover to return board to normal operation
ON
OFF
OFF
Troubleshoot appropriate lens/sensor and replace if
required (see Lens/Sensor Troubleshooting below)
ON
OFF
ON
Verify power on appropriate output terminal
(WTR SOL or WM) on control board and replace
board if required; if board tests okay, troubleshoot
appropriate dispenser component
Problem: Dispenses ice or water continuously
Action
PWR
Check LEDs on control
board
LED Status
CLN
ICE/WTR
Solution
ON
OFF
ON
Troubleshoot appropriate lens/sensor and replace if
required (see Lens/sensor troubleshooting below)
ON
OFF
OFF
If there is power on any output terminal (WTR, SOL
or WM) on control board, replace board
Remove lens protective cover; adjust funnel so water
doesn’t drip down lens or behind splash panel
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110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Lens/sensor troubleshooting
1. Turn dispenser power switch off.
2. Remove splash panel.
3. Disconnect wires from output terminal(s) (WTR, SOL, WM) on board.
4. Gently remove appropriate sensor/mounting block assembly from panel by moving block sideways until edge of block
clears retaining tab of panel.
5. Inspect lens and sensor assembly for foreign material and remove using non-abrasive cleaner.
6. Turn dispenser power on and test sensor by moving hands through activation area (no closer than 3/16"/1.9mm) in
front of sensor.
7. If LED on board turns on and off, sensor is working properly and dispenser may be reassembled. If LED does not
come on, switch sensor leads on board and retest. If the opposite LED comes on, board is defective and must be
replaced. If LED does not come on, sensor is defective and must be replaced.
Disassembly and replacement instructions
Dispense chute removal
1. Remove dispenser front cover.
2. Slide plastic dispense chute cover up and out to remove.
3. Pull out four white plastic fasteners and remove dispense chute.
Dispense wheel removal and installation
Note: Models with top mount ice machines require removal of ice machine before removing wheel.
1. Remove all ice from storage area of dispenser.
2. Remove center thumbnut from dispense wheel.
3. Remove thumbnuts holding baffle inside bin and remove baffle, remove 1/4" bar.
4. Tilt rear of wheel up and lift off motor drive shaft.
5. After reinstalling wheel, secure baffle loosely with thumbnuts, but do not
tighten.
6. Place a 1/8" (3.2mm) spacer against wheel and allow baffle to drop until
it touches spacer.
7. Tighten thumbnuts and remove spacer.
baffle
dispenser
front
1/8" (3.2 mm)
spacer
Drive bar removal
1. Remove dispense wheel from dispenser (see above).
side view wheel section
2. Pull drive bar out of its channel in bottom of wheel.
Wheel motor assembly removal
1. Shut water off; remove front cover.
2. Remove dispense wheel and dispense chute cover (see above).
3. Remove splash panel. Water line to solenoid valve can be disconnected from water inlet valve by pulling on ring at end
of inlet fitting. Disconnect wiring to splash panel.
4. Disconnect wires on motor.
5. Remove four bolts (7/16" socket) holding motor assembly to bottom of dispenser.
6. Remove motor assembly.
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
21
Ice transport tube replacement
Model 110CT400A/W
!
Only use tubing supplied by Follett Corporation.
2
3
1
TIGHTEN
CLAMP
SCREW
4
Ice transport tube replacement
Models 110FB400A/W, 110CR400A/W
!
Correct installation of ice transport tube is critical to RIDE ice machine performance. Replacement ice
transport tubes for RIDE ice machines must be insulated and run continuously from ice machine to
dispenser with no dips or bends with a radius of less than 6" (153mm).
1. Remove top and rear access panel from dispenser (lower front panel in
freestanding unit).
3/16" (5mm)
dia. hole
2. Disconnect existing ice tube from engaging pin on transport tube bracket in ice
storage bin evaporator and pull down through dispenser chase.
3. Disconnect opposite end of tube from ice machine.
Section A – A
4. Run end of new ice transport tube with 3/16" (5mm) hole through ice transport
tube knock-out, (Fig. 5G) in back of dispenser or through counter into bottom of
dispenser, being careful to avoid any bends with less than 6" (153mm) radius.
1"
(25mm)
5. Insert tube in internal chase in rear inside corner of dispenser (left side as you
face dispenser) and push up into storage area.
6. Push the 3/16" (5mm) hole near end of tube into pin on ice tube bracket
(see drawing below).
A
A
Steps 7-8 for units with RIDE ice machines only
7. Install supplied insulation to run of transport tube required for your site, leaving
approximately 2" (51mm) of tube exposed at free end.
8. Check that insulated tube runs continuously uphill to dispenser with no dips.
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110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
All units
9. Slip supplied hose clamp onto tube and push tube onto exit port of evaporator.
Do not twist hose when securing to evaporator.
!
Only use tubing supplied by Follett Corporation.
10. Fasten tube on port with hose clamp, being sure that clamp is positioned on evaporator side of nozzle flange.
11. Tighten clamp.
ice level control stat
engaging pin
1"
(26mm)
ice tube
ice hose mounting bracket
3/16 (5mm) ice tube hole
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
23
Thermostat locations
Thermostat locations – 110CT400A/W
ice deflector bracket assembly
rubber grommet
ice level control stat
ice level control stat
bin thermostat
control box assembly
hopper assembly
control box assembly
ice level
control stat
.75"
(20mm)
Hand bend
cap tube
end to approx.
45° as shown
45
Thermostat locations – 110CR400A/W, 110FB400A/W
ice mounting hose bracket
well nut
knurled screw
rubber grommet
ice level control stat
ice level
control stat
bin thermostat
control box assembly
hopper assembly
24
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Parts
Dispenser exterior
7
6
2
2
4
5
5
1
9
3
5
Reference
1
2
3
4
Not shown
5
Not shown
Not shown
6
7
Not shown
8
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
9
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
8
Description
Cover, top front, 110 countertop (CT)
Cover, top front, 110 countertop unit with RIDE ice machine (CR) & freestanding (FB)
Cover, lower section, 110 freestanding (FB) units
Cover, dispense chute
Knurled screws, front cover
Drain pan
Grille, drain pan
Drain pan and base assembly (includes 502705 and 502706)
Lid, ice machine, 110, countertop (CT)
Lid, 110, countertop (CR) units with RIDE ice machines & freestanding (FB) units
Leg kit, for freestanding units – set of 4
Single leg, for freestanding units
Strainer, water faucet and ice machine (models with integral ice machine)
Drain tube assembly
Drain line adapter
Mounting plate/fitting, water inlet
Tee, water inlet
Valve, water shut-off
Fitting, drain and mounting plate (units with integral ice machine)
Base stand assembly, countertop dispenser
Assembly, water inlet, freestanding units (includes valve, tee and strainer)
Drain fitting, brass, ice machine, freestanding units
Drain fitting, plastic, ice machine (includes screws)
Cord, power, dispenser
Cord & plug, female, bin signal, RIDE ice machine
Cord & plug, female, bin signal, top mount ice machine
Cord & plug, female, bin signal, freestanding
Clean switch, SensorSAFE
Cord & plug, ice machine power, top mount
Cord & plug, female, ice machine power, freestanding
Caster
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Part #
502756
502703
502704
502681
501100
502705
502706
502779
502709
502702
502088
502298
500376
502711
00112854
502100
502433
502222
502268
502716
502225
502701
00109728
502776
502777
502816
502817
502359
502788
502786
502805
25
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (lever models) — Serial Number E08194
and above
15
14
1
3
11
16
4
8
6
12
10
9
2
13
7
5
Reference
Description
Part #
1
Tube, water station
502356
2
Cover, dispense chute
502681
3
Switch, dispense, ice, lever actuated (includes 501841)
501829
4
Switch, dispense, water, lever actuated (includes 501841)
502359
5
Lever, dispense
00976845
6
Chute, ice (with Agion® antimicrobial product protection1)
01042787
7
Chute, water (with Agion)
01042795
8
Solenoid assembly, water, 120V, 60Hz (includes solenoid valve, tube, bracket, inlet and outlet
fittings)
01049121
9
Bracket, lever and water solenoid
01039635
10
Fitting, inlet, 1/4" tube x 1/8 MNPT straight
00991232
11
Fitting, outlet, 1/8" MPT x 3/8" comp
502246
12
Solenoid valve, water, 120 V, 60Hz
502243
13
Boot, dispense switch button
501841
14
Bracket, lever
00958793
15
Splash panel, lever dispense
01039742
16
Fastener, 10-32 x 3/8" stainless steel
00982421
Not shown
Tubing, water station, thermoplastic, 1/4" OD (sold by the foot)
502079
Not shown
Splash panel, lever dispense complete assembly
01049055
Not shown
Splash panel, lever dispense, ice only, complete assembly
01049063
1 Disclaimer: Antimicrobial protection is limited to the treated components and does not treat water or ice.
Agion is a registered trademark of Agion Technologies, Inc, Wakefield, MA, USA.
26
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (lever models) — Serial Numbers below
E08193
7
2
13
4
10
8
14
12
11
1
6
5
3
15
9
16
Reference
Description
Part #
1
Fastener, dispense chute bracket
502057
2
Tube, water station
502356
3
Cover, dispense chute
502681
4
Switch, dispense, ice, lever actuated (includes 501841)
501829
5
Switch, dispense, water, lever actuated (includes 501841)
502359
6
Bracket, chute (includes fasteners 502057)
502247
7
Lever, dispense
502358
8
Chute and funnel, ice
502248
9
Chute, water
502249
10
Solenoid assembly, water (includes 502243, 502356, 502246, 502355 and 502262) 120V, 60Hz
502357
11
Bracket, water solenoid and lever
502355
12
Fitting, inlet, 1/8" MPT x 1/4" comp
502246
13
Fitting, outlet, 1/8" MPT x 3/8" comp
502262
14
Solenoid valve, water, 120 V, 60Hz
502243
15
Boot, dispense switch button
501841
Not shown
Tubing, water station, thermoplastic, 1/4" OD (sold by the foot)
502079
16
Splash panel
502789
Not shown
Retrofit ice and water chute kit
01028000
Electrical box (front view) — lever models
Reference
Description
Part #
1
Thermostat
500514
2
Terminal block
501604
3
Switch, dispenser power
502209
3
Switch, ice machine bin signal
502209
1
2
3
3
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
27
Electrical box – level fill
Part #
501601
501369
Description
Level fill timer
Level fill relay
Reference
1
2
1
2
28
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (SensorSAFE) — Serial Number E08194
and above
8
5
7
10
11
2
6
9
1
12
3
Reference
Description
1
Cover, dispense chute
13
4
Part #
Agion®
502681
antimicrobial product
protection1)
01042787
2
Chute, ice (with
3
Chute, water (with Agion)
01042795
4
Lens, sensor
502690
5
Splash panel (includes 2 of 502690)
01049162
Not shown
Splash panel, SensorSAFE, ice only (includes 2 of 502690)
01049170
6
Solenoid assembly, water, 120V, 60Hz (includes solenoid valve, tube, bracket, inlet and outlet
fittings) 120V 60Hz
01049121
7
Bracket, lever and water solenoid
01039635
8
Tube, water station
502356
9
Fitting, inlet, 1/4" tube x 1/8 MNPT straight
00991232
10
Fitting, outlet, 1/8" MPT x 3/8" comp
502246
11
Solenoid valve, water, 120V, 60Hz
502243
12
Sensor (includes lens and ty-rap)
00122978
13
Fastener, 10-32 x 3/8" stainless steel
00982421
Not shown
Splash panel, SensorSAFE, complete assembly
01049030
Not shown
Splash panel, SensorSAFE, ice only, complete assembly
01049048
1 Disclaimer: Antimicrobial protection is limited to the treated components and does not treat water or ice.
Agion is a registered trademark of Agion Technologies, Inc, Wakefield, MA, USA.
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
29
Dispense chute and splash panel areas (SensorSAFE) — Serial Numbers below
E08193
10
12
8
15
3
13
11
9
1
14
7
2
5
4
6
Reference
Description
Part #
1
Fastener, dispense chute bracket
502057
2
Cover, dispense chute (includes labels)
502681
3
Chute and funnel, ice
502248
4
Chute, water
502249
5
Bracket, chute (includes fasteners 502057)
502247
6
Lens, sensor
502690
7
Splash panel (includes 2 of 502690)
502710
8
Solenoid assembly, water, 120V, 60Hz (includes 502243, 502356, 502246, 502355, 502262)
502357
9
Bracket, water solenoid and lever
502355
10
Tube, water station
502356
11
Fitting, inlet, 1/8" MPT x 1/4" comp
502246
12
Fitting, outlet, 1/8" MPT x 3/8" comp
502262
13
Solenoid valve, water, 120V, 60Hz
502243
14
Sensor (includes 502690 and 203611)
00122978
15
Ty-rap, sensor mounting
203611
Not shown
Retrofit ice and water chute kit
01028000
30
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Electrical box (front view) – SensorSAFE models
1
Reference
Description
Part #
1
Thermostat, bin level
500514
2
Switch, dispenser power
502209
2
Switch, ice machine bin signal
502209
3
Control board, SensorSAFE
502242
Not shown
Clean switch, SensorSAFE
502359
Not shown
Boot, clean switch
501841
3
2
2
Wheel motor and drive system
3
8
7
5
4
3
2
6
7
1
1
Reference
Description
Part #
1
Wheel motor, 120V, 60Hz
501861
2
Washer, thrust
501026
Not shown
Fan blade, wheel motor
501607
3
Drive shaft (includes threaded rod and nut, see #6, page 26)
501619
4
Chain, 54 link
502691
5
Sprocket, drive shaft, 35 teeth
502692
6
Sprocket, wheel motor, 10 teeth
501019
7
Bearing, drive shaft
501024
Not shown
Connecting link, chain
500799
8
Key, drive shaft
500367
Parts 1-8 above
Dispenser drive assembly
502020
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
31
Hopper components
Top view – freestanding and RIDE units
Top view – top mounted unit
17
6
16
13
2
15
5
4.5
1
19
3
18
7
12
14
4
6
5
3
1
8
2
7
Ice tube bracket – side view –
freestanding & RIDE units
Ice tube bracket – side view
– all top mounted units
11
Dispense wheel – bottom view all units
5
4
9
10
7
8
Reference
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Not shown
32
Description
Baffle, ice
Wheel, dispense (includes drive bar, rotating agitator, threaded bar & rod)
Agitator, rotating
Bracket, ice tube
Screw
Rod, threaded (includes knurled nut)
Drive bar assembly (includes threaded rod and nut)
Ice deflector/cap tube bracket (units with top mounted ice machine)
Bracket, ice tube entry (units with top mounted ice machine)
Ice transport tube assembly (units with top mounted ice machines)
Screws, knurled
Side panel, RH
Side panel, LH
Bracket, ice machine hold-down
Cover, hopper access
Cover, hopper
Lid, Ice machine, 110CT
Gasket, ice entry
Kit, ice tube entry, top mount
Drain pan, hopper
Part #
501802
501493
501494
502712
501100
501612
501617
501616
502698
502697
501613
502723
502722
502714
502717
502708
502709
502824
00120279
00115196
110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Ice transport tubing
Reference
Description
Part #
Not shown
Ice transport tube (RIDE units) – 10 ft (3.1m)
502522
Not shown
Ice transport tube (RIDE units) – 20 ft (6.1m)
502523
Not shown
Ice transport tube insulation (RIDE units only) – sold by the foot
501176
Not shown
Ice transport tube assembly (110 freestanding units)
502327
Not shown
Ice transport tube assembly (110 top mount units)
502697
Chilled water components
1
2
3
4
5
Reference
Description
1
Coil, chilled water (includes two 502599)
502598
2
Fitting, water coil
502599
3
Brackets, chilled water canister, pair (includes screws)
502600
4
Canister, chilled water (includes 502600 and 502605)
502601
5
Elbow, drain
502605
Not shown
Part #
Assembly, chilled water (includes reference #1 through 5 above)
502603
Tee, drain line
502604
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Solenoid dispense assembly
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
7
Reference #
Description
Part #
1
Solenoid, dispense
501830
2
Cotter pin
502040
3
Linkage, solenoid (includes 502054 grommet)
502039
4
Block, dispense gate
502042
5
Grommet
502054
6
Splash pan, gate assembly
502045
7
Shoulder screw and washer
502038
8
Spring, gate assembly
501824
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Gate assembly, 115V (includes reference numbers 1 through 8 above)
502043
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110 Series Ice and Water Dispensers
Water treatment accessories for Symphony ice and water dispensers
Reference #
Description
Part #
Standard capacity filter system
Not shown
Follett QC4-FL4S water filter system (includes FL4S primary cartridge and head, coarse
pre-filter and head, pressure gauge, flushing valve; assembled and installed on mounting
bracket), one per ice machine
00130229
Not shown
Follett FL4S primary replacement cartridge
00130245
Not shown
Water filter cartridge – primary, carton of 6
00954297
Not shown
Everpure coarse pre-filter cartridge
00130211
Not shown
Water pre-filter cartridge – pre-filter, carton of 12
00954305
High capacity filter system
Not shown
High capacity water filter system (one per ice machine)
00978957
Not shown
High capacity water filter cartridge – primary, single
00978965
Not shown
High capacity water filter cartridge – primary, carton of 6
00978973
Not shown
Water pre-filter cartridge – pre-filter, single
00130211
Not shown
Water pre-filter cartridge – pre-filter, carton of 12
00954305
Carbonless high capacity filter system
Not shown
Carbonless high capacity water filter system (one per ice machine) – Horizon and Maestro
series ice machines
01050442
Not shown
Carbonless high capacity water filter cartridge – primary, single
01050426
Not shown
Carbonless high capacity water filter cartridge – primary, carton of 6
01050434
Not shown
Water pre-filter cartridge – pre-filter, single
00130211
Not shown
Water pre-filter cartridge – pre-filter, carton of 12
00954305
Not shown
Claris hardness removal filtration system
00986059
Not shown
Replacement filter for Claris system
00985127
Not shown
Reverse osmosis system, 200 gallons per day
00986034
Not shown
Replacement reverse osmosis cartridge
00985085
Not shown
Replacement reverse osmosis pre-filter
00985077
Not shown
Cleaning plug for reverse osmosis system
00985119
Not shown
Cleaning cartridge for reverse osmosis system
00985101
Water pressure regulator (25 psi)
501781
Other filtration
Water pressure
Not shown
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