PROGRAMMING MANUAL
BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION
POST OFFICE BOX 3227
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS 62708-3227
PHONE: (217) 529-6601 FAX: (217) 529-6644
41154.0000B 12/09 ©2008 Bunn-O-Matic Corporation
BUNN-O-MATIC COMMERCIAL PRODUCT WARRANTY
Bunn-O-Matic Corp. (“BUNN”) warrants equipment manufactured by it as follows:
1) All equipment other than as specified below: 2 years parts and 1 year labor.
2) Electronic circuit and/or control boards: parts and labor for 3 years.
3) Compressors on refrigeration equipment: 5 years parts and 1 year labor.
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parts and labor for 3 years or 30,000 pounds of coffee, whichever comes first.
These warranty periods run from the date of installation BUNN warrants that the equipment manufactured by
it will be commercially free of defects in material and workmanship existing at the time of manufacture and
appearing within the applicable warranty period. This warranty does not apply to any equipment, component or
part that was not manufactured by BUNN or that, in BUNN’s judgment, has been affected by misuse, neglect,
alteration, improper installation or operation, improper maintenance or repair, damage or casualty. This warranty is
conditioned on the Buyer 1) giving BUNN prompt notice of any claim to be made under this warranty by telephone
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BUNN, shipping the defective equipment prepaid to an authorized BUNN service location; and 3) receiving prior
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If BUNN determines in its sole discretion that the equipment does not conform to the warranty, BUNN, at its
exclusive option while the equipment is under warranty, shall either 1) provide at no charge replacement parts
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INTRODUCTION
This equipment will brew a ⁄2 gallon batch of coffee into an awaiting decanter. The brewer may have
a hot water faucet for allied beverage use. It is only for indoor use on a sturdy counter or shelf.
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CONTENTS
Adjustments & Programming................................................................. 4
Troubleshooting.................................................................................... 14
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ADJUSTMENTS & PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING THE BREWER
The programming of the brewer is divided into two levels. Brewing adjustments are in "BrewWizard". Service functions are accessed in Level 2.
The following function screens are in order of appearance. Each screen will have instructions on
how to access, and the procedures to program the various functions of the brewer.
IMPORTANT PROGRAMMING NOTES
- READ CAREFULLY To exit the programming mode at any time, press and release "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF" switch
located on the front switch panel. The display will return to the MAIN SCREEN.
If none of the five programming switches are pressed within one minute during the setup of the
brewer, the programming of the function screen that is being set will be exited and the display will
return to the MAIN SCREEN.
Always remember to place an empty server and funnel under the sprayhead when operating the
brewer during the set-up of PULSE BREW, CALIBRATE FLOW and testing the brew valve in SERVICE TOOLS/TEST OUTPUTS.
PROGRAM FUNCTIONS - BREW WIZARD
MAIN SCREEN
READY TO BREW
WATER TEMP: 200°
PROGRAMMING LOCKOUT SWITCH
(Mounted on main control board)
This switch can be set to prevent access to the
programming settings of the brewer. Once all
the correct brew settings are programmed, the
operator can set the switch to the "ON" position to
prohibit anyone from changing the settings. With
the switch in the "ON" position, the programming
menus can still be accessed to view the current
settings. However, no changes will be saved.
P3634
BREW LOCKOUT
This function allows the operator to prevent
or allow brewing if the water temperature is less
than the set READY temperature.
To access this function screen press and hold
the right hidden switch. Release when the display
reads: "BREW WIZARD" it will then read:
BREW LOCKOUT?
NO
DONE YES
Press here Press here Press here
for DONE for YES
for NO
The YES or NO should be flashing. Select YES
to prevent brewing if the water temperature is
below the set READY temperature. Select NO
to permit brewing at any water temperature.
When finished, press and release DONE. This
Disconnect brewer from
power source before
will step to the next function screen. To return
removing any panel!
to the MAIN SCREEN at any time, press and
release "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF".
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ADJUSTMENTS & OPTIONAL SETTINGS (CONT.)
PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS - BrewWIZARD (cont.)
The functions in the "BrewWIZARD" allow the operator to adjust brew settings and other features.
BREW OZ:
This function allows the operator to adjust the brew volume.
Procedure:
1. Press and hold the right hidden switch until the display reads "BrewWIZARD" and release.
2. The display will then read: "BREW OZ: xx.x"
3. Press (-) "Digital" to decrease the amount, or (+) "Control" to increase.
Range: (10 to 192 oz., in .5 oz. increments) or (.30 to 6.60 Liters, in .01 increments)
4. When finished, press "DONE". This will take you to the next screen. Press and release the right
hidden switch to continue to the next screen, or press and release the "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF"
switch to return to the main screen.
BREW OZ: 64.0
(-)
DONE
(+)
BREW METER:
This function allows the operator to adjust the brew strength/extraction time. Setting #1 will produce
a non-pulsed brew cycle and the highest (#14) will give you the longest time (utilizing pulse brew).
Procedure:
1. Press and hold the right hidden switch until the display reads "BrewWIZARD" and release.
2. The display will then read: "BREW OZ: xx.x"
3. Press and release the right hidden switch until the display reads "BREW METER"
4. Press (-) to decrease the amount, or (+) to increase. (Range: 1 - 14)
5. When finished, press and release the right hidden switch. This will take you to the next screen,
or press and release the "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF" switch to return to the main screen.
-
Weakest (Shortest)
Strongest (Longest)
BREW METER
BREW METER
1
+
-
14
+
NOTE: This will overwrite settings in "PULSE BREW"
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ENABLE ADS
This function allows the operator to choose whether or not to display an advertising message. An
ad can be saved to the brewer by writing the ad
using the programming commands.This message
will be displayed when the brewer is idle.
Procedure to Enable/Disable Ads:
1. Press and hold the right hidden switch until
the display reads "BrewWIZARD" then release.
Press and release the right hidden switch until
the display reads "ENABLE ADS ?".The "YES"
or "NO" will be flashing to indicate the current
selection.
2. Press and release the "NO" switch to disable
this function, or:
3. Press and release the "YES" switch to enable
this function.
4. When finished, press and release "DONE" to
save the new setting and advance to the next
function screen.
5. If "NO" was selected, the display should now
read "ENTER SERVICE #?". To exit programming and return to the MAIN SCREEN, press
and release the "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF"
switch.
6. If "YES" was selected, the display should now
read "NEW AD?". This screen allows you to
write a new ad.
7. The display should now read "2 LINES 16
CHARS AVAILABLE", and then "SCROL
THRU ALPHA, NEXT -> NEXT LETTER", and
then "WRITE TOP LINE?". The ad can be up
to 32 characters long, 16 per line. The ad will
be written in two steps, first the top line, then
the bottom line.
9. To write the top line of a new ad, press and
release "YES". To skip the top line and only
write a bottom line, press and release "NO"
and proceed to step 13. To exit programming and return to the MAIN SCREEN, press
and release the "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF"
switch.
10.The display will now read "A" with a flashing
cursor below it. Press and hold the "SCROLL"
switch to scroll through the alphabet and avail-
able characters. When the desired character
is shown on the display, press and release
"NEXT" to move to the next character in the
top line.
11.Repeat step 10 until the top line is complete.
12.Press and release "DONE".The display should
now read "WRITE BTM LINE?".
13.To write the bottom line of the new ad, press
and release "YES".
14.To skip the bottom line, press and release
"NO".
a. If neither a top nor bottom line was written, the display should now read "ENTER
SERVICE #?".
b. If only a top line was written, the ad will
be displayed followed by "SAVE?" Proceed to
step 18.
15.The display will now read A with a flashing
cursor below it. Press and hold the "SCROLL"
switch to scroll through the alphabet and available characters. When the desired character
is shown on the display, press and release
"NEXT" to move to the next character in the
bottom line.
16.Repeat step 15 until the bottom line is complete.
17.Press and release "DONE". The display will
now show the written ad, and then "SAVE?"
18.To cancel saving the ad, press and release
"NO". The display should now read "ADVERTISEMENT NOT SAVED!" and then will return
to the "NEW AD" screen. To exit programming and return to the MAIN SCREEN, press
and release the "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF"
switch.
19.To correct or edit the ad, press and release
"EDIT". The display should now read "WRITE
TOP LINE?" Repeat steps 10 though 17.
20.To save the ad as it is shown, press and release "YES". The display should now read
"ADVERTISEMENT SETUP COMPLETE",
and then "ENTER SERVICE #?". To exit programming and return to the MAIN SCREEN,
press and release the "ENABLE BREW ON/
OFF" switch.
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ENABLE ADS ?
NO
DONE
YES
NOTE: The available characters are:
A through Z
0 through 9
!"#$%&'( )*+,-./:;<=>?@
NEW AD ?
NO
YES
2 LINES 16 CHARS
SCROL THRU ALPHA
WRITE TOP LINE ?
AVAILABLE
NEXT NEXT LETTER
NO
YES
WRITE BTM LINE ?
A
NO
SCROLL DONE NEXT
YES
ENTER SERVICE #?
SAVE ?
NO
EDIT
YES
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
NOT SAVED !
SETUP COMPLETE
ENTER SERVICE #?
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SERVICE NUMBER
This function allows the operator to enter in the
telephone number to call if service is needed. The
service number will be displayed anytime there
is a fault message displayed.
Procedure to enter the service number:
1. Press and hold the right hidden switch until
the display reads "BrewWIZARD" then release.
Press and release the right hidden switch until
the display reads: "ENTER SERVICE #?"
2. Press and release "YES" switch. The display
will now read "SCROL THRU #'S NEXT - >
NEXT NUMBER", followed by "SCROLL
DONE NEXT".
3. Press the "SCROLL" switch to increment the
number. When the desired number is shown,
press and release the "NEXT" switch to move
to the next digit in the phone number.
4. Repeat Step 3 until the entire number is entered.
5. Press and release the "DONE" switch. The
display will now read "EXITING BrewWIZARD"
and then "ENTER PASSWORD".
ENTER SERVICE #?
NO
YES
SCROL THRU #'s
NEXT NEXT NUMBER
SCROLL DONE NEXT
PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS - LEVEL 2
ENTER PASSWORD
This function allows the operator to enter a 3
digit number to access LEVEL 2. If no number
has been pre programmed (0 0 0), then access
is allowed by pressing and releasing the right
hidden switch.
Procedure to enter the "PASSWORD":
1. Press and release the "Digital" switch to increment the first digit.
2. Press and release the "Brewer" switch to
increment the second digit.
3. Press and release the "Control" switch to
increment the third digit.
4. Press and release the right hidden switch. If
the correct password was entered, the display
will now read "SET PASSWORD". If the wrong
password was entered, the unit will revert back
to the main screen.
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EXITING
BrewWIZARD
ENTER PASSWORD
0
0
0
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ADJUSTMENTS & OPTIONAL SETTINGS (CONT.)
PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS - LEVEL 2 (cont.)
NOTE: Access to the remaining functions in LEVEL 2 is intended for trained service personnel only.
More in depth information can be found in the Axiom Service Manual 39132.0000
SET PASSWORD
0
0
0
SET LANGUAGE
NO
YES
UNITS
METRIC DONE
SET TEMP:
(-)
ENG
200°
DONE
(+)
SET READY:
195°
(-)
DONE
(+)
ENTER ASSET # ?
NO
YES
Any 3 digit number may be programmed to prevent unauthorized access of LEVEL 2. BE CAREFUL TO USE A CODE YOU WILL
REMEMBER!
Choose between English or Spanish. After selecting "YES",
press either ( + ) or ( - ) to select, then choose "YES" again
when asked, "ARE YOU SURE?"
Choose between English or Metric units. Display will read:
"CHANGING UNITS WILL CAUSE" "ALL SETUP INFO TO BE
LOST" "ARE YOU SURE?" "NO YES". NOTE: If the brewer
is set for Metric Units, displays will be different. (ex: Brew oz
will become Brew Liters, ° F will be ° C).
Adjusts brew tank temperature.
RANGE: (185 to 205° F) or (85 to 96° C)
This function sets the minimum temperature allowable to start
a brew cycle. Range: (2° to 20° F) or (2° to 10° C) below the set
temperature. The water must be at the "READY" temperature
or higher for the display to indicate "READY TO BREW".
This function allows the you to enter in an optional asset number. This can be useful for tracking the usage or service of an
individual machine within a group.
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ADJUSTMENTS & OPTIONAL SETTINGS (CONT.)
PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS - LEVEL 2 (cont.)
SET PULSE BREW ?
NO
YES
DRIP TIME 0:30
(-)
DONE
(+)
ENABLE CLEAN
NO
DONE
YES
Enabl EnergySavr
NO
DONE YES
EnableFreshTimer
NO
DONE YES
ENABL WARMER OFF
NO
DONE
YES
0
REFILL
155
(-)
DONE
(+)
"EASY PULSE BREW" times:
Min: Base brew time + 40 seconds
Max: Base brew time + 3:00 minutes
This function allows the sprayhead to “pulse” on and off during a brew cycle. These times can be set two different ways.
The first is by setting the total brew time in the "EASY PULSE
BREW" screen. The other option allows the actual times to be
entered in the "MANUAL PULSE BREW" screen.
NOTE: This will overwrite settings in "BREW METER".
Adjusts the DRIP TIME (time from end of sprayhead flow to
when liquid stops dripping from the funnel). When the brew
cycle is complete, the display will show "DRIPPING" and will
countdown the time until the funnel empties.
RANGE: "OFF" or 0:05 to 4:00 minutes
Set the time before a cleaning alert will be displayed.
RANGE: 1 to 30 days
Enables the mode function and sets the idle time. Then choose
to have the tank heater(s) turn off, or reduce the tank temp to
(140° F) or (60° C) once the set idle time has expired.
Range: 0.5 to 24.0 hrs
Enables the "FRESHNESS ALERT!" message and sets the
expiration time. The expiration time is the amount of time the
product is allowed to sit in the server before an alert message
is displayed.
Range: 0.5 to 4.0 hrs
Sets the amount of time a warmer will remain on after being
turned on. Each warmer has an independent timer and is affected by its corresponding switch. NOTE: The lower "Brew"
warmer timer is restarted when brew switch is pressed. Range:
15mins to 6.0 hrs in 15 min increments.
Adjusts the sensitivity of the refill circuit. Water in different
geographical locations can have different conductivities. Make
sure the water in the tank is touching the refill probe. NOTE:
Always make sure that the # on the right is larger than the #
on the left when water is contacting the tank refill probe.
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ADJUSTMENTS & OPTIONAL SETTINGS (CONT.)
PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS - LEVEL 2 (cont.)
ENABLE BrewLOGIC
NO
DONE
YES
Go to
SPRAY OZ/M:
PLACE BREWER IN
FINAL LOCATION
CALIBRATE NOW?
NO
YES
ACCURACY RISK!!!
OK
CAL.
Go to CAL
LP1-LP2
TOO HOT-WILL
COOL TANK NOW
PRESS BREW WHEN
CONTAINER READY
COOLING TANK
PLEASE WAIT
The BrewLogic system allows the brewer to be calibrated to
high mineral locations and compensate as deposits build up
internally. Press YES, then press DONE. Follow the prompts.
Pertains only to software version 1.07 & above!
Select a sturdy, level location.
Brewer must not be bumped during calibration!
Select YES for calibration. Selecting NO warns of accuracy
risk
Select CAL. to start calibration procedure. Selecting OK will
skip to level probe calibration screen.
Automatically checks to see if tank temperature is between
130°-170°F (54°-76°C)
Verify brew funnel and decanter/airpot/thermal server (depending on which model you have) are in place. Then press the
"BREW START" button.
Message will be displayed while dispense is being performed.
Tank heaters are turned off and the unit will dispense for ~1
minute to cool tank temperature.
(CONT.)
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PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS - LEVEL 2 (cont.)
CONTAINER READY?
QUIT
YES
Go to CAL
LP1-LP2
CALIBRATE SPRAY
PRESS BREW START
When the dispensing finishes, empty the decanter/server and
place back under brew funnel.
Select YES for calibration. Selecting QUIT will skip to level
probe calibration screen.
Press the "BREW START" button. Will perform the sprayhead
flow-rate calibration as well as the level probe calibration.
Brewer must not be bumped during calibration!
WaitingTilCycle 4
CYCLE x COMPLETE
ENTER OZ XX.X
(-)
DONE
(+)
SPRAY OZ/M:
XX.X
LP1-LP2 OZ
XX.X
CALIBRATE LP1-LP2
NO
Go to BREW
COUNTERS
YES
Machine will dispense volume between upper probe and
lower probe 4 times. (The total dispense will be about half of
a decanter)
Brewer must not be bumped during calibration!
Enter volume dispensed into container.
Use the (+) to increase the numeric value or (-) to decrease.
Displays sprayhead flow-rate and volume of water between
the upper and lower level probes.
Allows you to perform calibration again if you want to verify
results. Go to CAL
LP1-LP2
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SPRAY OZ/M:
(-)
DONE
25.0
(+)
CALIBRATE FLOW ?
NO
YES
BREW COUNTERS ?
NO
YES
SERVICE TOOLS ?
NO
YES
FACTORY DEFAULTS
NO
YES
View or enter the actual flow rate coming out of the sprayhead.
This is used to tell the internal controller how fast the water
is flowing. Use the "CALIBRATE FLOW" screen to obtain the
most current flow rate.
Range: (3.0 to 75.0 oz) or (100 to 2200ml)
This function provides a 60 second test mode to capture
water from the sprayhead. This measurement will then give
you the numbers to enter into the "SPRAY OZ/M: xx" screen
above.NOTE: Should be performed after deliming and/or
changing sprayhead. (Will not display when "BrewLogic"
is enabled)
Tracks the total number of brew cycles completed. There is one
reset-able counter, and one life counter that is not reset-able
Allows the testing of individual components and the ability to
check the membrane switches for proper function. (Diagnostic
tool for troubleshooting purposes only)
Reset ALL of the previously entered brew settings, ad message, calibrations, etc. Factory-set default values will replace
ALL previous settings.
NOTE: Items not affected; Service #, Password, Language,
Units, Asset #, Counters and Serial Number.
INITIAL FACTORY DEFAULT VALUES
Brew Lockout NO
BREW 64 OZ BREW METER 1
ENABLE ADS NO
PASSWORD 0
Language English
Units English
SET TEMP 200° F
SET READY 195° F
ENTER ASSET # - PULSE BREW - DRIP TIME - ENABLE CLEAN - (2.0L)
ENABLE ENERGY SAVER - NO
ENABLE FRESH TIMER - NO
ENABLE WARMER OFF - NO
REFILL - 155
SPRAY 25.0 oz/M (739ml/M)
Software Version 1.07 & above
BrewLogic
OFF
(93° C)
(90° C)
0
DISABLED
0:30
NO
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Temperature Too Low
1. Water temperature in the
tank does not meet the ready
temperature.
A) Wait for the brewer to heat
to the proper temperature.
B) Disable the BREW LOCKOUT function. Refer to programming section for procedure.
Heating Time Too Long
1. Tank Heater failure.
Service required
2. Control Board/Thermistor
failure
Service required
1. Water shut off to brewer
Check water supply shut-off
2. Supply line too small or obstructed
Replace or repair as needed
3. Inlet Solenoid failure
Service Required
4. Control Board Failure
Service Required
5. ON/OFF switch is OFF
Turn switch ON
Temp Sensor Out Of Range,
Check For Bad Connections
1. Temperature Sensor Probe
wire(s) broken or not making
connection
Service required
Temp Sensor Out Of Range,
Check Wire For Shorts
1. Temperature Sensor Probe
wire(s) shorted to housing or
to each other.
Service required
Equipment will not operate
1. No power
Verify power cord is plugged
into outlet.
2. Incorrect voltage
Service required
1. Refill valve
Service required
Fill Time Too Long
Water flows into tank continuously with power removed from
brewer.
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PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Brew cycle will not start
1. No water
Check plumbing and shut-off
valves
2. Water temperature in the
tank does not meet the ready
temperature.
A) Wait for the brewer to heat
to the proper temperature
B) Disable the BREW LOCKOUT function. Refer to programming section for procedure.
3. "ENABLE BREW ON/OFF"
switch not on.
Turn on
4. Brew switch
Service required
5. Brew valve
Service required
6. Control Board
Service required
1. Lime buildup
Refer to cleaning section.
2. Temperature probe
Service required
3. Control Board
Service required
1. Lime buildup
Refer to cleaning section.
2. Brew valve
Service required
Dripping from sprayhead.
1. Brew valve
Service required
Water overflows filter.
1. Type of paper filter
BUNN paper filters should be
used for proper extraction
2. No sprayhead
Replace sprayhead
1. Beverage left in decanter from
previous brew
The brew cycle should be started only with an empty decanter
under the funnel.
2. Brew volume adjustment
Adjust the brew volume, calibrate sprayhead as required to
achieve the desired volume for
each brew cycle.
Spitting or unusual steaming
from sprayhead or air vent.
Inconsistent beverage level
Beverage overflows decanter
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Weak beverage.
1. Type of paper filter
BUNN paper filters should be
used for proper extraction
2. Coffee
For coffee, a sufficient quantity
of fresh drip or regular grind
should be used for proper extraction.
3. Sprayhead
A BUNN sprayhead should be
used to properly wet the bed of
ground coffee in the funnel
4. Funnel Loading
The BUNN paper filter should
be centered in the funnel and
the bed of grounds leveled by
gently shaking.
5. Water temperature
Place empty funnel on top of an
empty server (not in the funnel
rails). NOTE: Do not remove
sprayhead!
WARNING: HOT WATER
Press brew. Check water temperature immediately below the
sprayhead with a thermometer.
Recommended reading should
be at least 195°F (90°C).
6. Incorrect recipe
Consider adjusting brew volume, and/or BREW METER.
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PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Brewer is making unusual
noises.
1. Solenoids vibrating
Service required.
2. Plumbing lines
Plumbing lines should not be
resting on the countertop.
3. Water supply
The brewer must be connected
to a cold water line. Water pressure to the brewer must not be
higher than 90 psi (620 kPa).
Install a regulator if necessary
to lower the working pressure
to approximately 50 psi (345
kPa).
4. Tank heaters
Service required.
1. Lime buildup in sprayhead
Refer to cleaning section.
2. Lime buildup in brew valve
Refer to cleaning section.
3. Lime buildup in brew tank
Service required.
1. Lime buildup in sprayhead
Refer to cleaning section.
2. Lime buildup in brew valve
Refer to cleaning section.
3. Lime buildup in brew tank
Service required.
1. Lime buildup in sprayhead
Refer to cleaning section.
2. Lime buildup in brew valve
Refer to cleaning section.
3. Lime buildup in brew tank
Service required.
"CHECK SPRAYHEAD FOR
LIME" - "CHECK FITTINGS
FOR LIME"
"WARNING INACCURATE
FLOW" - "TOO MUCH LIME
PLEASE REPAIR"
"WARNING VERY LOW FLOW"
- "PLEASE REPAIR"
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