scotsman ice dispensers models mdt5n25 &

S6163-CV-MMC-010
0910-LP-109-2885
TECHNICAL MANUAL
FOR
SCOTSMAN ICE DISPENSERS
MODELS MDT5N25 & MTD5N40
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S6163-CV-MMC-010
ICE DISPENSER MDT5N25 & MTD5N40
SERVICE SECTION
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
INTRODUCTION
To the owner or user: The service manual you are
reading is intended to provide you, and the
maintenance or service technician with the
information needed to install, start up, clean,
maintain, and service this ice maker-dispenser.
The machine is a combination nugget ice maker
and countertop dispenser, with the option of wall
mounting.
The ice making section is equipped with the
following features: electronic controls for bin level
and low water; thermostatic expansion valve; front
service for most components; and R-404A
refrigerant. The ice dispensing section is a
seamless plastic storage bin, with a stainless steel
rotating vane to sweep the ice into the dispensing
chute.
Table of Contents
FOR THE INSTALLER: Specifications· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 2
FOR THE INSTALLER: Environmental Limitations · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 3
FOR THE INSTALLER· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 4
FOR THE INSTALLER: Wall Mount Kit · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 5
FOR THE PLUMBER · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 6
FOR THE ELECTRICIAN · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 7
FOR THE INSTALLER: Final Check List · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 8
INITIAL START UP · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 9
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 10
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 11
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION: Control Box · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 12
ELECTRICAL SEQUENCE · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 13
OPERATION: Water · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 14
OPERATION: Refrigeration · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 15
OPERATION: Ice Vending · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 16
DISPENSE AREA SANITATION· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 17
CLEANING and SANITIZING · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 18
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 19
SERVICE DIAGNOSIS · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 21
SERVICE DIAGNOSIS: Circuit Board · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 23
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 24
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT: Bearing And Breaker · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 25
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT: Water Seal · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 27
TO REMOVE AND REPAIR THE GEARMOTOR ASSEMBLY · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 29
REFRIGERATION SERVICE: R-404A (HP62) · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 30
REFRIGERATION SERVICE · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 31
CIRCUIT BOARD SERVICE· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 32
LIQUID CHARGING
· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Page 32
Parts Lists and Wiring Diagrams are printed on
yellow paper in the center of this manual.
This manual was printed on recycled paper.
Keep it for future reference.
Note this symbol when it appears.
It marks a possible hazard.
May 2001
Page 1
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE INSTALLER: Specifications
This ice maker-dispenser is designed to be
mounted on a machine stand, or a countertop, or
using wall mounting kit KWB3, hung from a wall.
The sink may be retained, or removed and the
optional longer splash panel (KSP5) installed in
place of the original. Instructions for each kit are
included in this service manual.
Before beginning the installation, check that all the
materials and kits required are available at the
installation location.
NAMEPLATE
on back panel
3.54"
ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX
20.5"
4.5"
2.56"
14.06"
3/8" FPT
condenser
Water Inlet
(Water Cooled)
1.88"dia
3/8" Flare
Potable Water Inlet
5.12"
Optional for water and
drain lines
Serial Number Plate
inside on upper base
22.5"
1/2" FPT
Cond. Drain
(Water Cooled)
SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
3.12"
6.43"
1.12"
3/4" FPT
Drain
Dimensions (w/o stand)
H” x W” x D”
MDT5N40A-1B
MDT5N40W-1A
MDT5N40W-1B
MDT5N40A-6B
MDT5N40W-6A
MDT5N40W-6B
MDT5N25A-1B
MDT5N25W-1A
MDT5N25W-1B
MDT5N25A-6B
MDT5N25W-6A
MDT5N25W-6B
12.27"
48.5 x 26 x 22.5
same
same
same
same
same
41 x 26 x 22.5
same
same
same
same
same
Basic
Electric
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
230/50/1
230/50/1
230/50/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
115/60/1
230/50/1
230/50/1
230/50/1
Cond.
Ref. Charge,
Minimum Circuit
Type R-404A in ounces*
Ampacity
Air
Water
Water
Air
Water
Water
Air
Water
Water
Air
Water
Water
24
18
17
24
18
17
24
18
17
24
18
17
19.3
17.8
17.8
11
10.4
10.4
19.3
17.8
17.8
11
11
11
Maximum
Fuse Size
25
20
20
15
15
15
25
20
20
15
15
15
* Refrigerant charge change between A and B water cooled. Always check the nameplate for charge info.
June 2002
Page 2
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE INSTALLER: Environmental Limitations
Installation Limitations
This ice system is designed to be installed indoors,
in a controlled environment.
Minimum
Maximum
Air Temp
500F.
1000F.
Water Temp
400F.
1000F.
Water Pressure
20 PSI
80 PSI
Voltage (115v)
104
126
Service Limitations
Do not install in a location where the top of the
machine is within 6" of a fixed ceiling. Do not install
air cooled models in a location where there is less
than 6" clearance to the left and right of the
cabinet.
Operating the machine outside of the above
limitations, or outdoors, is potentially damaging to
the machine; also it is misuse of the machine,
which may void the warranty.
Scotsman Ice Systems are designed and
manufactured with the highest regard for safety
and performance. They meet or exceed the
standards of UL and NSF.
CEILING
CUT AWAY
Scotsman assumes no liability or responsibility of
any kind for products manufactured by Scotsman
that have been altered in any way, including the
WALL
use of any part and/or other components not
CUT AWAY
specifically approved by Scotsman.
SPACE
ABOVE
FOR
SERVICE
Scotsman reserves the right to make design
changes and/or improvements at any time.
Specifications and design are subject to change
without notice.
Water Limitations
An ice machine is a food manufacturing plant; it
takes a raw material, water, and turns it into a food
product, ice. The purity of the water is very
important in obtaining pure ice and in maximizing
product life. This section is not intended as a
complete resource for water questions, but it does
offer these general recommendations:
1. Filter the water used to produce ice. That is the
water going to the “potable” water connection.
Water filters vary greatly in ability and function.
Install one that filters out suspended solids to a
dimension of 5 microns or smaller. The finer the
filter the better, but finer filters will clog sooner than
course ones. It may be necessary to add a course
filter ahead of the fine filter to prolong filter life.
2. Check with a water treatment specialist for a
water test, and recommendations regarding filters
and treatment.
May 2001
Page 3
6" SPACE
FOR AIR
(A/C)
Airflow
SPACE
FOR
UTILITIES
6" SPACE
FOR AIR
(AIR COOLED)
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE INSTALLER
Location
After uncrating and inspection, the unit is ready for
installation. It is important that the machine be
installed in a location where it has enough space
above and behind it for service. Air cooled models
require a minimum of 6 inches to the left and right
of the machine for air circulation.
Machine Stand Installation
Tip the stand on its back and install the legs, return
the stand to the upright position. Adjust leg levelers
so that the stand does not “rock”.
Counter Top or Machine Stand Installation
The base of the icemaker-dispenser must be
sealed to the object it rests upon. Food grade
silastic sealant such as Scotsman part number
19-0529-01 is recommended.
Place a bead of the sealant on the machine stand
or counter top to match the outside edge of the
cabinet base and sink.
The icemaker-dispenser is heavy: use of a
mechanical hoist is recommended to lift it to the
height required to install it.
SEAL THE
UNIT TO
THE
COUNTER
OR STAND
The DMS machine stand has holes in the top that
match up with threaded holes in the
icemaker-dispenser. Place the cabinet onto the
machine stand, so that the unit is lined up with the
holes. Secure the ice maker-dispenser to the
machine stand with bolts and washers.
In both counter top and machine stand
installations, wipe off and neatly smooth any
excess sealant. Level the machine stand and
cabinet.
Unpack and install the sink brackets. Fit the sink
assembly onto the two sink brackets, and press
onto the bead of sealant. Wipe off and neatly
smooth any excess sealant from under the sink
edge.
Unpack and install the ice and water spouts.
Ice Spout: Slide up and over ice outlet. No
fastener is required to hold it in place.
Water Spout: Slide over stainless steel water
discharge tube, locate and match up with notches
in the base. Rotate clockwise to move spout into
installed position.
Ice Spout
May 2001
Page 4
Water
Spout
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE INSTALLER: Wall Mount Kit
CAUTION
It is recommended that the wall mounting
installation be done by an experienced contractor.
The weight of the machine when in use may
exceed 350 pounds. The unit should be mounted
on a solid, rigid wall with proper fasteners for that
type of wall and of adequate strength to support
the weight of the machine when in use.
BASE
HOLE
Clearance between the wall and the icemaker is a
maximum of 1 inch. Check utility connections first.
The electrical junction box will have to be removed,
and the electrical connections made inside the
cabinet in compliance with local codes. The
plumbing connections may be made through the
base, or at either side through the pre-punched
holes, using standard plumbing practices.
SIDE
ROUTIN
1" CLEARANCE
Interior plumbing lines must be disconnected from
the original connections and plugged when
MDT6N40=38.6"
routing through the side or base.
MTD6N25=30"
1. Remove machine top. Attach bracket “A” to
machine using (3) nuts, (3) flat washers, (3) lock
washers, and (3) 5/16-18 bolts received with the
kit.
7.83
16"
DO NOT LIFT ON SINK
A
16"
2. Mount brackets “B” and “C” to the wall at the
dimensions shown for the unit. (hardware for this is
not included).
B
Use fasteners and wall of sufficient strength to
carry the use and weight of the
icemaker-dispenser.
12"
12"
3. Lift unit up and hook bracket “A” over bracket
“B”. Slide unit until the two remaining holes are
aligned and secure with the remaining (2) 1/4-20
bolts, flat washers and lock washers.
C
May 2001
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE PLUMBER
CONFORM TO ALL APPLICABLE CODES
Water Inlet
Air Cooled Models: The recommended water
supply is clean, cold water. Use 3/8" O.D. copper
tubing, connect to the 3/8" male flare at the back of
the cabinet. Install a hand valve near the machine
to control the water supply.
Water Treatment: In most areas, a water filter of
some type will be useful. In areas where the water
is highly concentrated with minerals the water
should be tested by a water treatment specialist,
and the recommendations of the specialist
regarding filtration and/or treatment should be
followed.
Water Cooled Models: A separate 3/8" O.D.
copper line is recommended, with a separate hand
valve to control it. It is connected to a 3/8" FPT
condenser inlet at the back of the cabinet. The
water pressure to all lines must always be above
20 psig, and below 80 psig.
WATER INLET
CABINET
DRAIN
OPTIONAL
WATER
FILTER
Drains
Air Cooled Models: There is one 3/4" FPT drain
at the back of the cabinet, the drain line is of the
gravity type, and 1/4 inch per foot fall is an
acceptable pitch for the drain tubing. There should
be a vent at the highest point of the drain line, and
the ideal drain receptacle would be a trapped and
vented floor drain. Use only 3/4" rigid tubing.
WATER INLET
SHUT OFF
VALVE
Water Cooled Models: In addition to the above
mentioned drain, a separate condenser drain must
be installed. Connect it to the 1/2" condenser drain
connection at the back of the cabinet.
VENTED
DRAIN TUBE
FLOOR DRAIN
WATER COOLED DETAIL
Condenser
WATER INLET
POTABLE
WATER INLET
May 2001
Page 6
CABINET
DRAIN
Condenser
DRAIN
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE ELECTRICIAN
CONFORM TO ALL APPLICABLE CODES
The electrical power to the unit is
supplied through the junction box at the
rear of the machine.
INDIVIDUAL CIRCUIT
FOR ICE DISPENSER
Check the nameplate (located on the
back panel) for the voltage
requirements, and for the minimum
circuit ampacity. The machine requires
a solid chassis to earth ground wire.
The ice maker should be connected to
its own electrical circuit so it would be
individually fused. Voltage variation
must remain within design limitations,
even under starting conditions.
All external wiring must conform to
national, state, and local electrical
codes. The use of a licensed
electrician is required to perform the
electrical installation.
JUNCTION
BOX
July 2003
Page 7
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
FOR THE INSTALLER: Final Check List
1. Is the icemaker-dispenser installed indoors, in a
location where the air and water temperatures are
controlled, and where they do not go beyond
design limitations?
BACK VIEW OF COMPLETED INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL?
LEVELED?
2. Is there an electrical disconnect (switch or plug
as required) within sight of the installed machine?
Is the machine on a separate circuit? Has the
voltage been checked and compared to nameplate
requirements?
3. Have all of the plumbing connections been
made and checked for leaks?
ICEMAKER
DISPENSER
4. Has the machine been leveled?
5. Is there a minimum of 6 inches of clearance at
PLUMBING?
the left and right sides of an air cooled machine?
6. Is there a minimum of 6 inches of clearance at
the top and back of the machine for service and
utility connections?
Wall mounted only: Is the machine properly
installed and secured to the wall?
7. Is there a water shut off valve installed near the
machine?
MACHINE
STAND
July 2003
Page 8
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
INITIAL START UP
Pre Start Inspection
1. Remove the two front panels.
2. Check that all shipping blocks have been
removed.
3. Remove any and all packing tape (check inside
the storage bin).
4. Inspect the interior of the machine for loose
screws or wires. Check that no refrigerant lines are
rubbing each other. Check that the fan blade on air
cooled models turns freely.
5. Check that the machine is installed correctly
according to the final check list.
Start Up
1. Go through the pre start inspection.
2. Open the water hand valve, observe that water
enters the water reservoir, fills the tube from the
reservoir to the evaporator and then shuts off.
Check for leaks.
3. Switch the master switch on. The electrical start
up sequence is automatic; there will be a short (15
second) delay before the machine starts.
4. On air cooled models, warm air will begin to flow
from the condenser. Water cooled models will
begin to discharge warm water down the drain.
8. Switch off the icemaker-dispenser, remove the
top panel and the top of the ice storage bin.
Sanitize the interior of the ice storage bin by wiping
it with a mixture of 1 ounce of household bleach to
2 gallons of water, allow to air dry. Replace all
covers and panels. Switch the icemaker-dispenser
back on.
9. Give the owner/user the service manual, instruct
him/her in the operation and maintenance
requirements of the unit. Make sure they know who
to call for service.
10. Fill out the Customer Evaluation and Warranty
Registration form, and mail it in to Scotsman.
5. The unit should soon be making ice. If desired,
the low side pressure may be checked: it should be
38 PSIG + or - 2 PSIG.
The air cooled discharge pressure will depend
upon air and water temperatures, but should be
between 240 PSIG and 340 PSIG.
Water cooled discharge pressure should be about
245 PSIG. If needed, adjust the water regulating
valve.
The above numbers are for new, clean machines.
Field values may be somewhat higher or lower.
6. There are no adjustments to make, so replace
the panels.
7. Check ice dispensing by holding a container in
front of the Touch Free ice sensor (just below the
ice delivery spout). Ice should flow from the spout
when a container is present, and stop dispensing
when the container is removed.
May 2001
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
High Pressure Cut Out Switch: A manual reset
switch sensing the high side refrigeration pressure.
It is set to shut the machine off if the discharge
pressure should ever exceed 450 psig.
Evaporator: A vertical stainless steel tube,
refrigerated, and water filled. In it there is a
stainless steel auger.
Reservoir: Float operated, it maintains the water
level in the evaporator at a constant level, it also
contains the water level sensor.
Water Level Sensor: Senses if there is water in
the reservoir to make ice out of. Will shut the
machine off it there is none.
Ice Level Sensor: An electronic “eye”, it senses
the presence of ice in the
bottom of the ice discharge
chute. Operates to turn the ice
machine on and off
ICE LEVEL SENSORS
automatically as the level of ice
WATER LEVEL
in the bin changes.
SENSOR
Drain Tube: When uncapped
and lowered, drains the
evaporator.
EVAPORATOR
Condenser: Air or water
cooled, where the heat
removed in ice making is
discharged.
Ice Storage Bin Assembly: A
plastic lined, insulated cylinder
that receives, stores and
dispenses the ice. Fresh ice
enters at the top, and when the
bin is full enough the ice will be
between the ice level sensors,
and the ice making will stop. Ice
is dispensed through a chute at
the bottom front when the bin
vane sweeps the ice over the
chute.
RESERVOIR
DRAIN TUBE
HIGH PRESSURE
CUT OUT
ICE STORAGE BIN
CONDENSER
TOUCH FREE SENSOR
May 2001
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
Evaporator: A refrigerated vertical tube filled with
water and containing a water seal and auger.
Motor: A split phase motor that drives the gear
reducer.
Auger: A solid stainless steel double spiral auger,
it pushes the ice crystals up to the top of the
evaporator.
Thrust Bearing: As the ice is pushed up the
evaporator, the auger is thrust down, and pressure
from the auger thrust is taken up by this bearing.
Water Seal: A two part “face” seal, the top half
rotating with the auger, the bottom half stationary,
the sealing action being where the two seal “faces”
meet.
Ice Sweep: A plastic cap with “fingers”. It revolves
with the auger to “sweep” the ice into the ice chute.
Breaker: Where the ice is compressed and much
of the extra water is squeezed out of it before it is
discharged into the bin.
ICE SWEEP
BEARING
BREAKER
MOTOR
EVAPORATOR
AUGER
WATER SEAL
May 2001
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION: Control Box
Circuit Board:
The circuit board receives
input signals from several
sensors and translates them to
control the electrical power
supply to the various loads.
START
CAPACITOR
The sensors include:
· Touch Free ice or water.
· Ice level in the bin.
· Water level in the reservoir.
CONTACTOR
The loads include:
· Compressor contactor
· Fan motor
· Bin drive motor
· Auger drive motor
· Water solenoid.
In addition, a “Clean” switch is
available to temporarily disable
the Touch-Free sensors for
cleaning of the splash panel.
POTENTIAL
RELAY
ON-OFF
SWITCH
On/Off Switch: Manual
control for the machine.
Contactor: A definite purpose
contactor connecting the
compressor to the power
supply.
Potential Relay: The
compressor start relay.
CIRCUIT
BOARD
May 2001
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
ELECTRICAL SEQUENCE
Refer the wiring diagram as needed.
The “Power” light on the board glows whenever
there is power to the machine (and the master
switch is ON).
After a 6 minute delay, If the ice level sensor is
clear (bin empty) for more than 15 seconds, the
machine will start up again.
If the machine is switched off at the master switch,
but is otherwise ready to go, switching the master
switch to ON does the following:
Another purpose of the circuit board is to turn the
machine off if there is not enough water in the
machine.
· The bin empty and power lights on the circuit
· When the water level
· There is a 15 second delay
· If there is enough water in the reservoir, the
· After a 6 minute delay, if the water refills the
in the reservoir falls
below the tip of the water level sensor, the
machine will “shut down”
board glow.
circuit board will allow the machine to start up.
Start up consists of:
· The compressor contactor coil receives power
reservoir, the machine will start up again.
Separate from the circuit board:
· If the high pressure control (cut out switch)
opens, the compressor will stop immediately
(through the contactor ). It must be manually
reset.
from the circuit board.
· The contactor is energized, connecting power to
the compressor, and the compressor starts.
· The auger motor receives power from the circuit
board and starts.
· As ice goes past the ice level sensors, the bin
empty light will stay on and the machine will
continue to run, unless the ice stays between
the sensors for more than 15 seconds (bin full).
At that point, the bin empty light goes out, and
the machine shuts down.
Other reasons for shut down:
· Low water level (as sensed by the thermistor in
the reservoir).
Shut Down consists of:
· The compressor contactor opens
· The compressor stops
· The auger motor is run by the circuit board for 2
more minutes, clearing out ice in the evaporator,
and then
· The auger motor no longer receives power from
· The master switch is the manual control for the
complete machine, but it is not a service
disconnect.
Ice Vending
· When a user places a container in front of the
Touch Free ice sensor and below the ice
delivery chute, the circuit board connects power
to the bin drive motor and ice is dispensed for
as long as the container is present. If the user
does not remove the container, ice will be
dispensed for 60 seconds and then stop.
· When a user places a container in front of the
Touch Free water sensor, and below the water
spout, the circuit board connects power to the
water solenoid valve and water is dispensed. If
the user does not remove the container water
will be dispensed for 90 seconds and then stop.
Splash panel cleaning:
· A switch, located next to the water spout, may
the circuit board, and the auger motor stops.
Splash Panel
Cleaning or
Touch Free
Disable Switch
May 2001
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be pushed to disable the Touch-Free sensors
for splash panel cleaning. It automatically resets
after 2 minutes, or, if pushed within the 2
minutes, resets the circuit board to enable the
Touch Free sensors.
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
OPERATION: Water
Water enters the machine through the 3/8" male
flare at the rear of the cabinet, goes to a strainer
and then to the water reservoir which it enters
through the float valve. The water then goes out
the bottom of the reservoir tank to the bottom of
the evaporator.
Reservoir overflow, evaporator condensation and
water in the sink are all routed to the drain. Water
cooled models have a separate water circuit for the
cooling water: it enters the fitting at the rear, goes
to the water regulating valve, then to the water
cooled condenser and down the drain.
Note: The correct water level is determined when
the machine is operating. Check the water level and
compare it to the line molded into the side of the
“
reservoir. The water level should be between
above and " below the line.
If needed, adjust the water level by bending the
float arm.
There is also an additional water circuit to an
electric valve. When the Touch Free system
senses a container for water, it closes a circuit to
the electric water valve, and water is dispensed.
WATER RESERVOIR
WATER
LEVEL
WATER INLET
WATER DRAIN
WATER LINE FOR
WATER STATION
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
OPERATION: Refrigeration
Beginning at the compressor, the refrigerant is
compressed into a high temperature gas. The
discharge line directs this gas to the condenser. At
the condenser (air or water cooled) the gas is
cooled by either air or water and it then condenses
into a liquid. This high pressure liquid then goes
through the liquid line to the expansion valve.
The thermostatic expansion valve meters liquid
refrigerant into the evaporator, the volume of liquid
refrigerant depending upon the temperature of the
evaporator; warmer evaporators get more
refrigerant and colder evaporators get less.
At the evaporator, the refrigerant enters an area of
relatively low pressure, where it can easily “boil off”
or evaporate. As it evaporates, it absorbs heat
from the evaporator and whatever is in contact with
it (such as the water inside it). After the evaporator,
the refrigerant, now a low pressure vapor, goes
through the suction line back to compressor, where
the cycle is repeated.
REFRIGERATION
SCHEMATIC
LIQUID LINE
SUCTION LINE
EVAPORATOR
DISCHARGE
LINE
CONDENSER
COMPRESSOR
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THERMOSTATIC
EXPANSION VALVE
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
OPERATION: Ice Vending
Dispensing takes place when the
Touch Free sensor’s infrared beam
bounces back to the sensor from a
container placed directly in front of
it.
ICE DISPENSING
VANE
If the container is in front of the
Touch Free sensor on the left side,
the ice dispensing vane will rotate
and sweep ice over the ice
dispensing chute: ice will continue
to discharge out this chute as long
as the vane is turning. It stops
when the dispensing vane stops.
If the container is in front of the
Touch Free sensor on the right
side, the inlet water valve will open
and water will flow into the
container.
BIN BOTTOM
ICE CHUTE
DRIVE
MOTOR
TOUCH FREE
SENSOR
SINK
TOUCH FREE
SENSOR
The Touch Free System:
Hold or Place a Container in Front
of The Touch Free Sensor & Under
The Ice or Water Spout;
Ice or Water Will Be Dispensed
Without Touching The Dispenser
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
DISPENSE AREA SANITATION
The dispense area; spouts, sink, grill and splash
panel will need periodic cleaning and maintenance.
1. The ice chute may be pulled down to remove it
from the ice dispenser. Wash and sanitize it.
2. The sink grill may be removed for washing and
sanitizing.
3. The sink should be flushed with hot water and
wiped clean with sanitizer.
4. The splash panel requires special attention to
clean it.
· Push and release the Splash Panel Cleaning
switch located to the left of the water spout. This
disables the Touch Free sensors so the splash
panel may be cleaned without vending ice
and/or water.
· Wash the splash panel and wipe with with
sanitizer.
· Re-push the clean switch or allow 2 minutes to
pass for the Touch Free system to reset.
Splash Panel
Cleaning or Touch
Free Disable Switch
Push and Release
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
CLEANING and SANITIZING
A Scotsman Ice System represents a sizable investment of time and money in any company’s
business. In order to receive the best return for that investment, it MUST receive periodic
maintenance.
It is the USER’S RESPONSIBILITY to see that the unit is properly maintained. It is always preferable,
and less costly in the long run, to avoid possible down time by keeping it clean; adjusting it as needed;
and by replacing worn parts before they can cause failure. The following is a list of recommended
maintenance that will help keep the machine running with a minimum of problems.
Maintenance and Cleaning should be scheduled at a minimum of twice per year.
Sanitizing of the ice storage bin should be scheduled for a minimum of 4 times a year.
Electrical power will be ON when doing in place
cleaning.
ICEMAKING SYSTEM: In place cleaning
1. Check and clean any water treatment devices, if
any are installed.
2. Remove screws and remove the upper front
panel.
9. As the ice maker begins to use water from the
reservoir, continue to add more cleaning solution to
maintain a full reservoir.
10. After all of the cleaning solution has been
added to the reservoir, and the reservoir is nearly
empty, switch the master switch to OFF.
11. After draining the reservoir, as in step 6, wash
and rinse the water reservoir.
3. Move the ON-OFF switch to OFF.
To Sanitize:
4. Remove the cover to the ice storage bin, and
remove the ice.
5. Remove the cover to the water reservoir and
block the float up.
6. Drain the water reservoir and freezer assembly
using the drain tube attached to the freezer water
inlet. Return the drain tube to its normal upright
position and replace the end cap.
7. Prepare the cleaning solution: Mix eight ounces
of Scotsman Ice Machine Cleaner with three quarts
of hot water. The water should be between 90-115
degrees F.
Repeat steps 8-11, only use an approved sanitizing
solution in place of the cleaning solution. A
possible sanitizing solution to use could be 1
ounce of household bleach mixed with 2 gallons of
warm (95oF. - 115oF.) water.
12. Remove the block from the float in the water
reservoir.
13. Switch the master switch to ON
14. Continue ice making for at least 15 minutes, to
flush out any cleaning solution. Check ice for acid
taste - continue icemaking until ice tastes sweet.
DO NOT USE any ice produced from the
cleaning solution.
Scotsman Ice Machine
Cleaner contains acids.
These compounds may
cause burns. If swallowed,
DO NOT induce vomiting.
Give large amounts of
water or milk. Call
Physician immediately. In
case of external contact,
flush with water. Keep out
of the reach of children.
Be sure no ice remains in the bin.
15. Remove all ice from the storage bin.
16. Add warm water to the ice storage bin and
thoroughly wash and rinse all surfaces within the
bin.
17. Sanitize the bin cover, dispensing vane, bin
bottom, and interior with an approved sanitizer
using the directions for that sanitizer.
18. Replace the ice storage bin cover, and the front
panel.
8. Slowly pour the cleaning solution into the water
reservoir until it is full. Wait 15 minutes, then
switch the master switch to ON.
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Slide UP To
Remove
Moving Parts Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power to the icemaker dispenser before
beginning.
Reservoir
1. Air Cooled Models: Check the air cooled
condenser for lint, dirt or grease build-up. Clean
with vacuum or soft brush until light can be seen
thru the fins.
BIN CONTROL
SENSOR
BIN CONTROL
SENSOR
CLEAN WATER
SENSOR PROBE
CAUTION
THE TIP IS
MADE OF GLASS
BIN TOP
See Removal and Replacement to replace bearing
or seals. Reverse to reassemble.
ICE SWEEP
2. The ice machine senses water level by a probe
located in the water reservoir. At least twice a year,
the probe should be removed from the reservoir,
and the tip wiped clean of mineral build-up.
3. The bin control uses devices that sense light,
therefore they must be kept clean enough so that
they can “see”. At least twice a year, remove the
bin control sensors from the grommets in the ice
chute, and wipe them clean.
4. The bearing in the breaker should also be
checked at least two times per year.
A. Check the bearing by:
· removing the ice chute cover
· unscrewing the ice sweep
· removing the water shed
· unscrewing the breaker cover.
· unscrewing the auger stud
Inspect the assembly, looking for wear.
5. Check and tighten all bolts and screws.
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
In some areas, the water supply to the ice maker
will contain a high concentration of minerals, and
that will result in an evaporator and auger
becoming coated with these minerals, requiring a
more frequent removal than twice per year. If in
doubt about the condition of the evaporator and
auger, the auger can be removed so the parts can
be inspected.
Moving Parts Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power to the icemaker dispenser before
beginning.
Note: Water filters can filter out suspended solids,
but not dissolved solids. “Soft” water may not be
the complete answer. Check with a water treatment
specialist regarding water treatment.
For more information on removal of these
parts, see REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT.
1. To remove the auger, remove the front and top
panels.
2. Push bail clamp off of cover and remove cover.
3. Unscrew and remove ice sweep.
4. Remove ice chute from evaporator.
5. Remove 4 allen screws holding breaker to
evaporator.
6. Pull up to remove auger.
After the auger has been removed, allow the auger
to dry: if the auger is not bright and shiny, it must
be cleaned.
Clean the auger and evaporator as required. DO
NOT HONE THE EVAPORATOR.
7. Replace the water seal.
8. Reverse to reassemble.
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ALLEN
HEAD
SCREWS
BREAKER
AND AUGER
ASSEMBLY
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
SERVICE DIAGNOSIS
Symptom
Possible Cause
Probable Correction
No ice made, nothing operates
Unit off due to no power
Restore power
Unit off due to master switch in
OFF position
Switch master switch to ON
Unit off due to low water level
Check water supply, filter, strainer,
float valve. Correct water supply
Unit off due to ice level sensors
(photo-electric eyes) blocked
Check/clean ice level sensors
Unit off due to scale on water level Clean water level sensor
sensor
Unit operates, no ice is vended
Unit off due to water temperature
too high
Thermistor will shut down unit at
temperatures over 110oF.
Check for ice in the bin
If no ice, check that ice maker can
make ice
Check that machine cannot keep
up with needs
Check for jam up of ice in
dispense chute
Pull chute down and allow ice to
fall out. Return chute to its normal
place.
If there is ice, check that the bin
vane rotates. if not
Check for power to the bin drive
motor, if none, check condition of
Touch-Free ice sensor.
If there is power to the bin drive
Disconnect electrical power,
motor, but the vane does not turn remove all ice, check mechanical
condition of ice vane. Replace if
broken.
If ice vane is mechanically sound,
check bin drive, replace if broken.
Compressor on, auger motor is off Auger motor windings open
Replace auger motor
Auger motor relay does not make Replace circuit board
Compressor does not operate
Contactor stuck
Replace contactor
Off due to high pressure control
open
Check condenser, fan motor, fan
blade, or water supply on water
cooled.
Contactor coil is open
Replace contactor
Contactor contacts do not make
Replace contactor
Start capacitor failed
Replace start capacitor
Potential relay failed
Replace relay
Compressor windings open
Replace compressor
Compressor locked
Replace compressor
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
SERVICE DIAGNOSIS
Symptom
Possible Cause
No water is vended
Check ice vending system, if no
Allow 2 minutes for system to
ice will dispense, check the splash reset
panel cleaning switch
Makes ice, but with excessive
noise
Probable Correction
Check water supply
Restore water supply
Check inlet water valve
Replace valve if necessary
Mineral scale on auger or
evaporator
Clean ice making system with
Scotsman Ice machine cleaner
Dry top bearing
Check top bearing for proper
lubrication
Dry auger drive gear motor
Check auger drive for proper
lubrication
Auger motor rotor bearings worn
Replace auger motor
Vibration from loose panel or
tubing
Locate vibrating component and
secure it.
Low water level
Check for air-lock in water line to
evaporator
Check for thermistor (water level
sensor) not shutting unit off when
there is lack of water.
Will not dispense ice
Vane turns & ice is available but
will not flow out of bin
Check position of bin bottom. It
must have its slot over the ice
dispense spout.
Check condition of bin walls. They
must be smooth and the bin must
be round. Replace if rough or out
of round.
Touch Free ice dispensing system Check splash panel cleaning
does not operate water solenoid switch
or dispense motor
Check for power to motor or
solenoid
If new touch free sensors do not
fix problem
Push to reset or wait 2 minutes for
the board to reset itself
If power, check motor or solenoid.
If no power, replace touch free
sensors
Replace circuit board.
No power to compressor contactor Power light on, but Bin empty light Check for ice between electric
and auger motor
not on
eyes or dirty eyes.
Power light not, bin empty light on, Not enough water.
but Low water light on
Water too hot
Electric eyes failed
Replace photo electric eyes
Thermistor failed
Replace water level sensor
Circuit board failed
Replace circuit board
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
SERVICE DIAGNOSIS: Circuit Board
1
2
3
4
Explanation of Indicator Light
Position On
Board
On at all times when the master switch is ON and machine is
connected to electrical power.
On when ice level is low (unit making ice).
1
2
Normal 6 minute off/delay start. To prevent short cycling, the
machine will not restart after any shut off (except power to the
board) until 6 minutes have passed.
On when water level is low in the reservoir.
3
4
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Name and Meaning of
Light or Reset
Power,
ON = Normal
Bin Empty,
ON = Needs Ice
Off Timer,
ON = Unit cycling off
No Water,
ON = Trouble
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
WATER RESERVOIR
BIN CONTROLS (Ice Level Sensors)
1. Shut off the water supply to the icemaker.
1. Disconnect electrical power.
2. Remove front panel and reservoir cover.
2. Remove front panel.
3. Disconnect inlet water line from valve.
3. Remove control box cover.
4. To remove just the float, push the locking tab at
the back of the valve mounting block in and lift the
valve and block up and out of the reservoir tank.
4. Locate bin top, in front of and behind it are two
rubber bin control grommets.
Note: inside the valve, there is a plunger which
may be replaced separately, if desired.
5. To remove reservoir, remove drain hose from
reservoir.
5. Pull each bin control out, and in the control box,
disconnect the electrical leads connecting the bin
control to the circuit board.
6. Reverse to reassemble, be certain that the bin
controls are aligned so that the ice level sensors
are visible (centered) through the holes in the ice
chute.
6. Remove evaporator inlet hose from reservoir.
7. Remove mounting screws from reservoir
bracket, and remove reservoir from icemaker.
8. Reverse to reassemble.
BIN CONTROLS
FLOAT VALVE
GROMMETS
VALVE
PLUNGER
LOCKING TAB
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BIN TOP
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT: Bearing And Breaker
Note: Removal of the auger, water seal, evaporator
and gearmotor must begin at the top of the
assembly.
c. Unscrew 4 allen head cap screws holding
breaker to evaporator.
d. Lift up, and remove breaker/bearing assembly
from auger & evaporator.
6. Service the bearing. Check for rust, rough spots
and damage.
a. The bearing is pressed into the breaker, to
remove the bearing and replace it an arbor press is
needed.
Moving Parts Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power to the icemaker dispenser before
beginning.
b. Replace lower seals before installing new
bearing in breaker.
Note: seals must be pressed in with a tool pushing
against the outer edge only, they will not install by
hand.
To Remove the Breaker Bearing Assembly:
1. Remove panels and disconnect electrical power.
2. Move bail clamp back and remove ice chute
cover.
3. Unscrew and remove ice sweep.
Replace parts as required. Re-grease bearing with
Scotsman part no. 19-0609-01 bearing grease.
Replace top seal, and check the o-rings, replace if
cut or torn.
7. Reverse to reassemble: specific tools and
materials are required to install properly.
4. Remove insulation halves from outside of ice
chute, loosen band clamp under ice chute, lift up
and remove ice chute.
a. Add food grade grease such as Scotsman part
number 19-0569-01 to the seal area before
installing on the auger.
5. The breaker may be removed from the auger
and evaporator without disturbing the auger.
a. Unscrew breaker cover from breaker (left hand
threads)
b. Check the seal to shaft areas for cuts, or rough
spots: none are permitted.
b. Unscrew auger stud from top of auger.
Steps 3 - 5a
Step 5 b
Steps 5c - 6
BEARING
ICE
SWEEP
BREAKER
AUGER
STUD
BREAKER
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
To Remove the Auger:
c. Unscrew 4 allen head cap screws holding
breaker to evaporator.
Turn off the water to the machine, and unclip the
evaporator drain hose, pull it down and drain the
evaporator into the bin or a container.
d. Lift up & remove breaker from evaporator.
e. If the auger is stuck use a slide hammer type
puller to pull on the auger at the threaded hole.
The size of that hole is 5/8"-18.
Inspect the auger, the critical areas of the auger
are:
Moving Parts Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power to the icemaker dispenser before
beginning.
1. The auger body. It should be clean and shining.
Sometimes an auger will appear clean when wet,
but after it is dry it will be seen to be stained.
Scrub the auger with ice machine cleaner and hot
water.
WARNING
Ice machine cleaner is an acid. Handle it with
extreme care, keep out of the reach of children.
1. The top panel must be removed.
2. Remove ice chute cover.
3. Unscrew ice sweep.
2. The water seal area. Because the auger has
been removed, the water seal will have to be
replaced. Remove the water seal top half from the
auger, and inspect the auger for minerals clean as
required.
4. Remove ice chute body.
5. The auger and breaker/bearing may now be
removed as an assembly.
a. Unscrew 4 allen head cap screws holding
breaker to evaporator.
SLIDE HAMMER
PULLER
b. Lift up on breaker and remove auger from
evaporator.
Note: If the auger is stuck, the breaker must be
removed from the auger.
The breaker may be removed from the auger and
evaporator without disturbing the auger.
a. Unscrew breaker cover from breaker (left hand
threads)
b. Unscrew auger stud from top of auger.
BREAKER
AND AUGER
ASSEMBLY
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT: Water Seal
To Remove the Water Seal:
19-0529-01) on the area of the auger where the
water seal is to be mounted.
(Assuming all steps to remove the auger have
been performed.)
1. The gearmotor/evaporator assembly will have to
be exposed. (See illustration - next page)
2. Remove the 4 hex head cap screws holding the
evaporator to the gearmotor assembly. Lift the
evaporator up and off of the gearmotor.
3. Remove the snap ring or wire retainer from the
grove under the water seal.
5. Carefully push the water seal (rubber side
against the auger shoulder and the silastic.)
CAUTION
Do not get any silastic onto the face of the seal.
6. Allow the auger and seal to air dry until the
silastic is dry on the surface.
4. Pull or drive out the lower half of the water seal.
To Replace the Water Seal:
1. Lubricate the water seal with water, and push
the water seal into the bottom of the evaporator
slightly past the grove for the snap ring.
WATER
SEAL
FOOD GRADE
SILASTIC
SEALANT
HERE
RETAINING
RING
7. If the original water seal was leaking, it would be
a good idea to inspect the interior of the gearmotor.
2. Replace the snap ring and pull the water seal
down against it.
3. The part of the water seal that rotates with the
auger must also be replaced. Remove the old part
from the auger and clean the mounting area.
4. Place a small bead of food grade silastic sealant
(such as 732 RTV or Scotsman part number
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
To Replace the Evaporator:
(Assuming all the steps for removal of the thrust
bearing, breaker, auger, and water seal have been
performed.)
1. Discharge the refrigerant from the ice maker.
a) At the thermostatic expansion valve outlet.
CAUTION
Heat sink the TXV body when unsweating or
resweating the adjacent tubing.
b) At the suction line at the joint about 3" from the
evaporator.
4. Unsweat the drier from the liquid line.
5. After installing a new water seal in the new
evaporator (see “To Replace the Water Seal”)
sweat in the new evaporator at the old tubing
connections.
8. Install auger, breaker, breaker bearing assembly,
and ice discharge chute in reverse order of
disassembly.
To Reassemble the Evaporator and Auger
2. Unsweat the refrigerant connections:
3. Remove the evaporator.
7. Evacuate the system until dehydrated, then
weigh in the nameplate charge. Check for leaks.
1. After the gearmotor has been inspected, fasten
the evaporator to the gear motor, be sure that the
number of shims indicated on the gear case cover
is in place between the gearcase cover and the
drip pan gasket. Torque the bolts to 110 inch
pounds.
2. Lower the auger into the evaporator barrel,
slightly turning it to match up with the drive end. Do
Not Drop Into the Evaporator.
3. Complete the reassembly by reversing the
disassembly for the breaker & thrust bearing
assembly.
6. Install a new drier in the liquid line.
For Access to the Evaporator to
Gearmotor bolts:
MOVE THE
GEARMOTOR EVAPORATOR
1. Remove upper front and top panels.
2. Remove screws holding control box
assembly to the cabinet, move the control
box out of the way, temporarily secure to
cabinet.
3. Remove the upper half of the ice chute.
4. Remove the ice sweep.
5. Loosen clamp under ice chute, and
remove the lower half of the ice chute.
6. Remove the 2 screws securing the
front portion of the gearmotor support to
the cabinet
CONTROL
BOX
7. Move the the gearmotor - evaporator to
the right: space is now available for
removal of the evaporator and gearmotor
bolts. When reassembling, reverse the
above steps.
SCREWS
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
TO REMOVE AND REPAIR THE GEARMOTOR ASSEMBLY
(Assuming that the procedures through removal of
the water seal have been performed.)
onto the lower case, cover will have to be moved
closer to the second gear after the output gear has
cleared the second gear top bearing.
E) After the case is together, and the locating pins
are secure in both ends, replace all cap screws.
4. Bench test the gearmotor, check for oil leaks,
noise, and amp draw.
Electrical Shock
Hazard.
Disconnect electrical
power to the icemaker dispenser before
beginning.
1. Remove the electrical wires from the gear drive
motor.
2. Unscrew the 4 cap screws holding the
gearmotor to the gearmotor plate.
3. Remove the gearmotor from the icemaker.
To Inspect the gearmotor.
A) Remove the cap screws holding the gearmotor
case halves together and pry the two cases apart.
B) To lift off the cover, lift up until you can feel
internal contact, then pull the cover
towards the output gear end, and then
lift the cover (with drive motor attached)
up and away from the gear motor case.
Note: The case cover output gear,
bearings, and shaft are one pressed
together assembly. Replace as a unit.
GEARCASE
COVER
C) Inspect the oil, gears, and bearings. If the oil
level and condition is acceptable,
quickly check the gears and
bearings. They are likely to be fine
if the oil is.
ROTOR
BEARING
If there is evidence of water in the
oil (rusty bearings and gears; the oil
having a creamy white appearance;
oil level too high) carefully inspect
the bearings and gears. If in doubt
about the condition of a part,
replace it. The oil quantity is 16
fluid ounces, do not overfill.
FIRST GEAR &
BEARINGS
GASKET
Note: The gears and bearings are
available only as pressed together
sets.
D) After replacing parts as
required, (if any) reassemble the
gearcase. The two smaller gears
and the oil should be in the lower
case, the output gear will be with
the cover. As you lower the cover
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REFRIGERATION SERVICE: R-404A (HP62)
THIS ICE MACHINE USES HP62 REFRIGERANT
AND POLYOLESTER COMPRESSOR OIL.
Pressure-Temperature Chart for HP62
DO NOT USE MINERAL OIL IN THIS
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM.
VAPOR
· R-404A is a “Near Azeotrope”, and therefore
TEMP.
liquid charging is required.
Weigh into the discharge side as much as
possible of the charge as liquid refrigerant.
Install a sight glass between the manifold
and the suction side hose. Carefully meter
liquid refrigerant into the suction side, using
the manifold valve to “flash off” the liquid
before it enters the ice machine. Do this until
the proper charge has been weighed into the
system.
· When the system is serviced, a special liquid
line dryer is required.
· Polyolester oil absorbs water very easily, and
therefore when the system is opened for
service, it must be re-sealed as soon as
possible (15 minutes maximum).
· Special leak detection equipment is required to
locate small refrigerant leaks. Usually a leak
detector capable of detecting a Halogenated
refrigerant or HFC-134A will work. Check with
the leak detector manufacturer if in doubt.
· As with any other refrigerant, do NOT mix HP62
with pressurized air when leak testing.
(DEG F)
-20 . .
-18 . .
-16 . .
-14 . .
-12 . .
-10 . .
-8 . .
-6 . .
-4 . .
-2 . .
0 . .
2 . .
4 . .
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PRESSURE
.
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MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
General Information:
Recover, reclaim or recycle refrigerant. The
method chosen is up to the service company. Any
refrigerant placed into a Scotsman ice machine
must meet ARI spec 700-88. Reclaim programs are
available through most refrigerant wholesalers.
Work on the refrigeration system should only be
done when it is certain that the system needs
repair.
· Refrain from checking refrigeration
Access Valves: To use the access valves:
pressures without reason. Visual inspection
of the water system, observation of the ice
formation, amp draw, voltage, and other
techniques will lead to proper diagnosis.
Scotsman also recommends that, at the time of
initial start up, gauges not be used.
Remove the cap from the stem, use a 3/16" allen
wrench to check that the valve is CLOSED. The
remove the core cap.
Close the valve and replace the caps when the
job is finished. The valve must be closed and
the caps must be on or the valve will leak.
· If gauges must be used, don’t always check the
high side pressure. If the condenser is clean and
seems to be operating correctly, it most likely is.
The low side pressure is more important on an
ice machine than the high side.
Allen
Wrench
· If gauges must be used, use very short hoses to
minimize refrigerant discharged into the air.
· Refrigerant should not be added except as a
way to determine the proper operation of the
product. If the system was low on refrigerant,
there is a leak, and it must be found and
repaired.
· This system has a critical charge, it must be
Torque Stem to
6-8 ft. lb.
Torque Stem Cap to
8-12 ft. lb.
recharged with the correct amount of refrigerant
as listed on the nameplate of the ice machine, or
performance will suffer.
· Anytime the refrigeration system has been
Torque Core
Cap to 7-12
ft. lb.
Access Valves
Note: There are no valve
cores in this valve.
opened, the dryer should be replaced. Note:
Only a HFC type dryer should be used.
· When brazing the tubing connections to
components such as the TXV, the component
must be protected by heat sink material.
May 2001
Page 31
MDT5N25 & MDT5N40
CIRCUIT BOARD SERVICE
Printed Circuit Board Handling Precautions
Follow these simple precautions when replacing a
Printed Circuit Board
1. Keep the replacement PC Board in the
anit-static packaging until it is ready to be installed.
2. Be sure that your hands are clean.
3. Just before touching the board, touch the
cabinet of the machine to discharge any possible
build up of static electricity.
4. Handle the original and replacement boards only
by their outer edges.
5. Place the original board in the anti-static
package for return (if in warranty).
LIQUID CHARGING
Instructions for R-404A
9. Shut off the valve on the refrigerant drum.
In preparation for charging, the low side hose
should have a sight glass, and/or a restrictor
device (such as a “Charge Faster”) installed in it for
metering liquid into the low side of the system.
10. Re-open the manifold valves until all liquid has
flowed out of the hoses.
1. After a thorough evacuation to at least 300
microns, shut off the manifold valves and switch off
the vacuum pump.
12. Remove hoses from ice machine and replace
all caps.
11. Shut the low side access valve on the ice
machine.
2. Place a drum of R-404A onto an electronic
scale.
3. Attach the charging hose to the drum.
4. Open the valve on the drum and purge the
charging hose.
5. Zero out the scale.
6. Shut the low side access valve at the ice
machine.
7. Open the discharge manifold valve full open.
8. Watch the scale, when the correct charge is
shown, shut the manifold valve.
Note: If all of the charge will not “go in” the
discharge side:
A. Shut the discharge access valve at the ice
machine.
B. Switch the machine on.
C. Open the low side access valve at the ice
machine.
D. Open the low side manifold valve and
observe the sight glass to be certain that only gas
is flowing into the system.
E. When the proper charge is indicated on the
scale, shut off the manifold valve(s).
May 2001
Page 32
S6163-CV-MMC-010
ICE DISPENSER MDT5N25 & MTD5N40
PARTS SECTION
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
This parts list contains the service parts and wiring
diagrams for this model. Check the model number
of the machine requiring the parts to be sure that
this is the correct parts list.
MDT5N25s & MDT5N40s have been made in 115
volt, 60 Hz and 230 volt 50 Hz.
Model numbers for the 115 volt models include:
MDT5N25A-1A and MDT5N25W-1A
MDT5N40A-1A and MDT5N40W-1A
MDT5N25A-1B and MDT5N25W-1B
MDT5N40A-1B and MDT5N40W-1B
B series units have different water cooled
condensers.
Model numbers for the 230 volt models include:
MDT5N25A-6A and MDT5N25W-6A.
MDT5N40A-6A and MDT5N40W-6A
MDT5N25A-6B and MDT5N25W-6B.
MDT5N40A-6B and MDT5N40W-6B.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cabinet Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 2
Air Cooled Refrigeration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 4
Water Cooled Refrigeration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 5
Ice Dispensing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6
Evaporator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7
Gearmotor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8
Control Box
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 9
Water System
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 10
Wiring Diagrams
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 11
June 2002
Page 1
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Cabinet
14 46
14
3
2
27
1
14
5
4
43
39
7
14
14
9
8
6
40
27
18
48
10
41
42
11
27
14
22
40
12
39
21
13
31
47
23
28
14
29
24
6
33
18
34
38
30
26
25
37
35
36
20
15
19
44, 44a
45
49
32
17, 18
March 2004
Page 2
16
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Cabinet
MDT5N40
MDT5N25
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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
40
41
42
43
44
44a
45
46
47
48
49
PART
NUMBER
A32954-002
A37769-001
03-1419-16
A32938-015
A37768-022
A33113-002
A32939-015
A32940-015
A32949-015
A32953-002
A32956-015
A37768-021
A37770-021
03-1531-01
A37790-021
A34917-015
A34917-015
03-1645-01
02-2951-01
02-2944-20
15-0808-01
A32958-001
A32952-002
12-2495-21
17-2830-01
17-2830-02
03-1423-06
02-3365-01
02-3270-01
12-1646-01
12-1646-06
12-2391-01
A36762-001
16-1040-01
16-1046-01
03-1734-01
03-1417-27
03-1733-01
19-0644-01
no number
03-1733-02
02-1874-05
02-1874-07
no number
13-0079-01
02-2814-06
A32235-001
12-0346-00
15-0803-01
Part of item 9
16-0643-00
DESCRIPTION
Back Panel, stainless
Top Panel, stainless
Panel screw
Hanger Brace
Rt. side panel, stainless
Service panel, stainless
Front Brace
Support angle
Gearmotor Support
Rt. side lower, stainless
Upper plate assembly
Lt. side panel, ss
Up front panel, stainless
Screw
Splash panel with labels
RH sink support
LH sink support
Screw
Grill
Sink, gray
Emblem
Lower frame assy
Lt side lower, stainless
Touch free sensors
Ice label, grey
Water label, grey
Speed nut
Water chute
Ice chute
Solenoid Assembly (115v)
Solenoid (230v)
Key lock sw, Gov. Units only
Water line
Tee union
Connector
Insert
Lock washer
Ball stud
Insulation pad
Rivet
Retainer
Hole plug
Hole plug
Bushing
Hose, order 1
Hose clamp
Leg for Gov. Units
Junction box
Touch-Free label
Inlet adapter (half union)
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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
40
41
42
43
44
44a
45
46
47
48
49
March 2009
Page 3
PART
NUMBER
A33112-002
A37769-001
03-1419-16
A32938-015
A37787-022
A33113-002
A32939-015
A32940-015
A33107-015
A32953-002
A32956-015
A37787-021
A37788-021
03-1531-01
A37790-021
A34917-015
A34917-015
03-1645-01
02-2951-01
02-2944-20
15-0808-01
A32958-001
A32952-002
12-2495-21
17-2830-01
17-2830-02
03-1423-06
02-3365-01
02-3270-01
12-1646-01
12-1646-06
12-2391-01
A36762-001
16-1040-01
16-1046-01
03-1734-01
03-1417-27
03-1733-01
19-0644-01
no number
03-1733-02
02-1874-05
02-1874-07
no number
13-0079-01
02-2814-06
A32235-001
12-0346-00
15-0803-01
Part of item 9
16-0643-00
DESCRIPTION
Back Panel, stainless
Top Panel, stainless
Panel screw
Hanger Brace
Rt. side panel, stainless
Service panel, stainless
Front Brace
Support angle
Gearmotor Support
Rt. side lower, stainless
Upper plate assembly
Lt. side panel, ss
Up front panel, stainless
Screw
Splash panel with labels
RH sink support
LH sink support
Screw
Grill
Sink, gray
Emblem
Lower frame assy
Lt side lower, stainless
Touch free sensors
Ice label, grey
Water label, grey
Speed nut
Water chute
Ice chute
Solenoid Assembly (115v)
Solenoid (230v)
Key lock, Gov. units only
Water line
Tee union
Connector
Insert
Lock washer
Ball stud
Insulation pad
Rivet
Retainer
Hole plug
Hole plug
Bushing
Hose, order 1
Hose clamp
Leg for Gov. Units
Junction box
Touch-Free label
Inlet adapter (half union)
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Air Cooled Refrigeration
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
02-3792-02 Insulation Kit
11-0488-21
Thermo Expansion Valve
A37917-001 Suction Line for N25
A37919-001 Suction Line for N40
4
A33194-020 Evaporator
5
03-1405-41 Screw
6
18-8720-21 Compressor, 115v, 60 Hz
18-5700-50 Overload for 115v comp.
18-8720-26 Compressor, 230v, 50 Hz
18-5700-55 Overload for 230v comp.
7
03-1406-10 Hex nut
8
02-3319-02 Dryer
9
18-2200-27 Mounting Sleeve
10
18-2200-28 Mounting Grommet
11
18-8850-01 Fan Motor, 115v 60 Hz
18-8736-06 Fan motor, 230v, 50 Hz
12
02-3359-01 Fan Bracket
13
11-0485-22
Hi Press. Cut Out
14
18-8859-01 Fan Blade
15
A33110-015 Fan Shroud
16
18-8847-01 Condenser
17
03-1645-01 Screw
18
16-0832-20 Access valve
16-0832-02 Stem cap
16-0832-03 Port cap
Access valve change, November 2007
18a1
16-1137-01
Access valve seat
18a2
16-1139-01
Core
18a3
16-1140-01
Cap
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
12
14
11
18
15
7
9
12
16
17
13
10
18a1
18a2
18a3
November 2007
Page 4
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Water Cooled Refrigeration
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
02-3792-02 Insulation Kit
11-0488-21
Thermo Exp. Valve
A37917-001 Suction Line for N25
A37919-001 Suction Line for N40
4
A33194-020 Evaporator
5
03-1405-41 Screw
6
02-3319-02 Dryer
7
03-1406-10 Hex Nut
8
18-2200-27 Mounting Sleeve
9
18-2200-28 Mounting Grommet
10
18-8720-21 Compressor, 115v 60 Hz
18-5700-50 Overload for 115v comp.
18-8720-26 Compressor, 230v, 50 Hz
18-5700-55 Overload for 230v comp.
11
16-0832-20 Access valve
12
11-0485-22
High Press. Cut Out
13
11-0478-01
Water Reg. Valve
14
A31828-002 Adaptor Flange
15
A31828-001 Adaptor Flange
16
03-1405-17 Screw
17
03-1410-03 Lock washer
18
18-3305-25 Condenser for A series
18-8871-21 B series condenser
Access valve change, November 2007
16a1
16-1137-01
Access valve seat
16a2
16-1139-01
Core
16a3
16-1140-01
Cap
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
7
15
8
14
10
9
12
16
17
18
13
16a1
16a2
16a3
November 2007
Page 5
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Ice Dispensing
2
10
1
10
11
17
3
15
4
16
12
5
7
14
9
6
13
8
18
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PART
NUMBER
13-0866-01
A34493-023
A38033-001
03-0255-00
A34496-001
A34496-002
03-1406-09
03-1410-03
03-1531-01
A37803-001
12-2501-01
no number
A37710-021
DESCRIPTION
Grommet, Bin Control
Bin top
SS clip
Wing Nut
MDT5N25 Storage Bin
MDT5N40 Storage Bin
Hex nut
Lock washer
Screw
Valve plate
Switch (Touch Free off)
Wires
Ice Level Sensor (set)
ITEM
PART
NUMBER NUMBER
11
A37268-001
A37267-001
12
02-3327-01
13
12-2677-21
12-2677-26
14
02-1971-00
15
13-0747-00
16
A32657-001
17
A38033-001
18
12-0675-25
October 2008
Page 6
DESCRIPTION
MDT5N25 Bin vane (inc. #12)
MDT5N40 Bin vane (inc. #12)
Bearing
Bin Drive Motor (115v)
Bin Drive Motor (230v)
Bracket
Water Shed
Bin Bottom
Bin top bracket
Fan blade
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Evaporator
1
2
15
3
4
17
5
6
21
7
18a
8
16
9
19
18
20
10
12
10
22
11
13
23
29
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
18a
19
20
21
22
23
PART
NUMBER
03-1405-52
02-3001-01
13-0871-01
02-2978-01
02-3128-20
13-0617-54
08-0660-01
A35419-020
A34559-020
02-2977-01
13-0617-52
03-1544-08
A32900-020
13-0617-45
A34969-001
02-3268-01
02-2930-04
A32963-001
A32963-002
02-2943-01
A33102-001
A38071-021
A33194-020
03-1405-41
24
DESCRIPTION
Hex Cap Screw
Ice Sweep
Water Shed
Lip Seal
Breaker Cover
O-Ring
Auger Stud
Strap kit
Bearing
Lip Seal
O-Ring
Soc. Head Screw
Breaker - includes 9 & 10
O-Ring
Bail clamp
Drain tube clip holder
Ice Chute Cover
Insulation top (1/2)
Insulation top (1/2)
Ice Chute Body
Insulation Collar Inside
Auger
Evaporator
Screw
14
25
Note: Water
seal shown
on page 10
26
27
28
24
25
26
27
28
29
December 2005
Page 7
A32962-001
A32962-002
02-3837-01
13-0704-00
13-0868-01
03-1408-26
Insulation (1/2)
Insulation (1/2)
Drip Pan
Drip Pan Gasket
Water Shed
Washer
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Gearmotor Assembly
1
8
*NOTE: GEARCASE
COVER INCLUDES
COVER, OUTPUT
SHAFT, KEY, OUTPUT
GEAR, BEARINGS AND
SEAL
9
2
10
11
3
4
5
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
6
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART
NUMBER
13-0868-01
A32379-026
A32379-022
A32379-024
A32379-023
A32379-021
A32379-020
12-2430-24
12-2430-44
12-2430-21
12-2430-22
12-2430-29
12-2430-49
A32379-027
DESCRIPTION
Water Shed
Bolts (pack of 6)
Gearcase Cover*
1st Gear and Bearings
2nd Gear and Bearings
Gasket
Gearcase
Start Switch, Emerson
Start switch, GE split phase
Drive Motor 115 v
Drive motor, 230v
Rotor Bearing, Emerson
Bering, GE split phase
Oil, 1 Container
13
A33220-021
A33220-022
A33220-030
Complete Assy 115 v
Complete assy, 230v
Gearcase kit, no motor.
14
15
03-1405-17
03-1410-04
Bolt, case to chassis
Washer for item 14
9
7
10
11
12
December 2005
Page 8
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Control Box
1
2
3
9
8
4
7
5
6
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
5a
6
7
8
9
PART
NUMBER
18-1902-52
18-1901-49
18-2200-35
18-2200-38
A36141-001
12-2469-03
12-2469-02
12-2843-21
12-2843-26
12-2499-01
18-1903-44
18-1903-54
12-1213-10
12-0426-01
12-1213-12
DESCRIPTION
Run capacitor, 115v, 60 Hz
Start Capacitor, 115v 60 Hz
Start capacitor, 230v. 50 Hz
Cap for start capacitor
Capacitor strap
Contactor, 115v, 60 Hz
Contactor, 230v, 50 Hz
60 Hz (115v) circuit board
50 Hz (230v) circuit board
Standoff for circuit board
Potential Relay, 115v, 60 Hz
Potential Relay, 230v, 50 Hz
Bushing
Switch
Bushing
Not shown
10
A36146-001
11
12-2491-01
12-2491-02
January 2009
Page 9
Control box cover
Harness, AC
Harness, WC
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Water System
4
18
3
19
5
10
1
11
30
21
6
1
31
10
7
29
1
24
16
9
10
13
14
17
9
25
1
8
28
2
13
12
22
1
27
15
26
20
1
20
Changed 6/02
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
PART
NUMBER
02-2814-08
13-0840-01
A33101-022
02-3266-03
02-3266-02
02-3266-01
13-0674-06
16-0670-01
13-0079-03
13-0895-01
16-1040-01
13-0079-03
13-0674-06
13-0079-01
02-3692-21
16-1039-01
16-0670-02
8
DESCRIPTION
Clamp
Plug
Water Level Sensor
Plunger/seat
Float valve
Reservoir Assy, complete
Tubing
Tee
Tubing
Plastic tubing, order by foot
Tee union
Drain Tube, MDT5N25 req.
39", MDT5N40 req. 46"
Tubing
Bin Drain Tube, req. 15"
Drain Casting
Male connector
Tee
ITEM
NUMBER
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
February 2009
Page 10
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
A37804-001 Reservoir bracket
16-0871-01 Brass insert
13-0679-01 Drain tube
03-1531-01 Screw
02-2814-07 Clamp
A32777-001 Retaining Ring
16-0835-01 Inlet fitting for plastic
02-0929-23 Water Seal
16-0670-04 Tee
02-3901-01 MDT5N40 drain tube,
replaces items 9, 12, 20, 26, 17 and 8
A38259-001 MDT5N25 drain tube,
replaces items 9, 12, 20, 26, 17 and 8
A38260-001 Reservoir inlet tubing
replaces items 13, 8 and 7
A36762-001 Water tube (SS) w/nut
16-1046-01 Female connector
16-0643-00 Inlet adapter
23
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
L2
L1
POWER SUPPLY
DISABLE
SWITCH
NTC THERMISTOR
MASTER
SWITCH
WATER
COIL
SOL.
KEY LOCK
SWITCH
(WHEN REQ`D.)
MOT
BIN DRIVE
AIR COOLED
ONLY
MOT
FAN
CONTACTOR
HIGH
PRESS.
COIL
P.C. BOARD
2
1
4 AUGER DRIVE
MOTOR
CONTACTOR
T1
CONTACTOR
T2
RX WATER
RX ICE
TX ICE
TX WATER
RX BIN
TX BIN
COMPRESSOR
R
C
S
POTENTIAL
RELAY
START CAP
RUN CAP
1
POTENTIAL
RELAY
2
2
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED.
ALL CONTROLS SHOWN IN NORMAL ICE
MAKING MODE WITH ALL DISPENSING
SYSTEMS IN OPERATION.
May 2001
Page 11
COIL
5
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
SWITCH
BN
KEY LOCK
(WHEN REQ`D.)
MOT
BN
O
SOLENOID
WATER
BN
BIN DRIVE
O
BK
MOT
JUNCTION BOX
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
AND MAX. FUSE SIZE
BK
FAN
V/W
V
5 10
6
32
BK
11
12
W
BU
R
SWITCH
MASTER
W
13
BU
AUGUR DRIVE MOTOR
ST
AR
T
14
15
1
1 INTERNAL
T1
L2
T2
OVERLOAD
2
BU
13
4
7
2
5
8
11
14
3
6
9
12
15
10
CONTACTOR
BU
START CAP
BK
POTENTIAL
5
BK
RELAY 1
R
RUN CAP
BK
2
Y
Y
O
INTERNAL
PROTECTOR
TERMINAL
BOX
C
RU
N
S
R
T
AR
ST
MOTOR
BU
COMPRESSOR
TX
H2O
RX
H2O
TX
ICE
RX
ICE
WATER
SENSOR
NTC
HI - PRESSURE
CONTROL
BU
BK
SAFETY
R
COM
RX
BIN
A37042-001
NO
TX
BIN
A
RX/TX DISABLE
SWITCH
May 2001
Page 12
N
L1
RU
PIN LOCATION DETAIL
1
CENTRIFUGAL
SWITCHING
4
MDT5N25 & MTD5N40 SERVICE PARTS
Wiring Diagram 230/50/1
November 2001
Page 13
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