Owner’s Manual
Jubilee 50 - 30 Amp & 3 Phase
Mark 5
Dish Washing Machine
WEE/DE2076RU
Machines are manufactured to ISO 9001 : 2008
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Index
Jubilee 50 Operating Instructions ..............................................................................3
Preparation ..........................................................................................................3
Filling ..................................................................................................................4
Standby Mode ......................................................................................................5
Washing ..............................................................................................................6
Closedown Cycle ..................................................................................................7
Chemical Injection and Warnings ...........................................................................8
Spraybar Rotation Warning....................................................................................9
Other Features ................................................................................................... 10
Daily Maintenance.................................................................................................. 11
Vital Parts to Be Regularly Cleaned / Maintained ................................................... 13
Caring For Your Dish Washer .................................................................................. 14
Simple Fault Finding ............................................................................................... 16
Machine Errors ...................................................................................................... 21
Dish Washer Installation ......................................................................................... 24
WEEE ................................................................................................................ 29
Service and Warranty ............................................................................................. 30
Warranty ........................................................................................................... 30
Service .............................................................................................................. 32
Disclaimer .......................................................................................................... 33
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Jubilee 50 Operating Instructions
Preparation
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Ensure that the machine interior is clean and soil-free, and that the top and
bottom spray bar rotates freely, jets are clean and correctly located.
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Ensure that all four filters are in position in the wash tank trough:
Primary Flat Disc Filters (2) are fitted to the wash and waste outlets. Secondary
Drum Filter fitted over the wash outlet (left-hand outlet). Main Tray Filter that
encloses the wash tank trough.
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Check that the detergent and rinse aid containers have sufficient liquid level and
that the suction tubes are in their appropriate products. Blue Tube for rinse aid,
and Clear Tube for detergent.
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Switch on the water and electrical supplies to the machine. Close the door.
The Select Switch will be illuminated red.
FILL/READY
DETERGENT
SERVICE
FILL / READY
DETERGENT
SERVICE
SYSTEMS
DISHWASHER
RINSE AID
ROTATION
LIGHT SOIL
NORMAL SOIL
HEAVY SOIL
CLOSEDOWN
SELECT
SELECT
SWITCH
RINSE-AID
START
CYCLE TYPES
ROTATION
START
SWITCH
Switch the Machine On
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Press the I SELECT Switch: The Select Switch will be illuminated blue.
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Filling
 When the machine is switched on, a fill heat sequence will be performed as
follows:
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The
The
The
The
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Once the rinse tank is full, the water will be heated to 80°C.
The Fill/Ready Lamp will flash orange during heating.
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Once up to temperature, the rinse water will be pumped into the wash tank.
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After the Fill/Heat sequence has been completed, the audible alarm will bleep
five times.
The Fill/Ready Lamp and Start switch will be illuminated green.
The Normal Soil Cycle Lamp will be illuminated blue.
The rinse tank will re-fill and heat to standby temperature.
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rinse tank will fill with water.
drain pump will operate to vacate any water from the wash tank.
Fill/Ready Lamp will be illuminated orange.
Start Switch will be illuminated green (rotating).
The machine will now be in STANDBY MODE, ready to operate wash cycles.
Note:
If the machine has not been switched off using the CLOSEDOWN Cycle (or
suffered a power failure) a short refreshment cycle will be performed at start-up
to ensure that all water is vacated from the machine. The Fill/Ready Lamp being
illuminated red indicates this.
To avoid this, and to ensure hygienic conditions, ALWAYS use the
CLOSEDOWN cycle at the end of a session.
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Standby Mode
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Pressing the ‘SELECT Switch’ will step through the cycle options as follows:
Light Soil
Normal Soil
Heavy Soil
Close Down
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The appropriate indicator will be illuminated blue.
LIGHT SOIL provides a TWO*-minute wash cycle for washing lightly soiled ware.
NORMAL SOIL provides a THREE*-minute wash cycle for washing normally soiled
ware. This is the default cycle type when the machine is switched on.
HEAVY SOIL provides a FOUR*-minute wash cycle for washing heavily soiled ware.
CLOSEDOWN CYCLE is used at the end of a washing session to empty all tanks and
flush the system clean.
Note: that whichever cycle type (light, normal, or heavy) is operated, the machine will
revert back to the same chosen cycle.
* Note: that the cycle times may be extended depending on incoming water
temperature and heavy usage.
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Washing
Note that the Light, Normal, and Heavy cycles are very similar in operation. Only the
wash time changes.
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Fill the rack with crockery etc to be washed having first removed any liquid or
solid waste elsewhere. Pre-rinsing is recommended. Open the door and slide the
rack into position. Close the door.
Starting the Cycle
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Select the wash cycle required and press the START Switch to start the chosen
cycle:
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The Start Switch will be illuminated green (rotating).
The wash pump will be energised for the initial timed period of the cycle, recirculating the wash water via the rotating spraybars.
The door must not be opened during the wash cycle.
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During the wash period the rinse water will be heated to the correct operating
temperature.
If the rinse water is not up to temperature at the end of the wash period, the
machine will continue washing until the correct temperature is reached.
At the end of the wash period all the water will be removed from the wash tank.
The cycle will conclude with a fresh water rinse. It rinses at 80°C.
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At the end of the cycle, the audible alarm will bleep five times.
The Fill/Ready Lamp and Start switch will be illuminated green.
The chosen Cycle Lamp will be illuminated blue.
The rinse tank will re-fill and heat to standby temperature.
Open the door and remove the rack. Close the door.
The machine will now be in Standby Mode.
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Closedown Cycle
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From Standby, select the Closedown Cycle and press the START Switch to start
the cycle:
At any other time (during the fill/heat sequence, during a wash cycle, or whilst the
machine is in an error condition), press the SELECT Switch (the Closedown Lamp will
flash) and press the START Switch. This will force a Closedown Cycle.
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The Start Switch will be illuminated green (rotating).
The drain pump will be energised during the entire cycle, removing water
from the wash tank.
The door must not be opened during the closedown cycle.
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The rinse pump will be energised for the initial 20 seconds of the cycle to
remove the water from the rinse tank.
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At the end of the cycle, the machine will switch off, with the Select Switch
illuminated red.
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Isolate the water and electrical supplies to the machine.
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Chemical Injection and Warnings
Detergent & Rinse-Aid
Detergent and Rinse-Aid is automatically injected during each washing cycle. The
amount of chemical injected is dependant on site conditions, and can be adjusted by an
engineer. The default setting is 300:1 for detergent and 3000:1 for rinse-aid. A bottle of
rinse-aid will last 10 times longer (before replacement is required) than detergent.
Detergent and Rinseaid is continuously monitored (by
conductivity) on entry into the machine.
If a chemical is detected then the relevant lamp is
illuminated green.
If not detected, then the lamp is illuminated orange.
Note: In some cases, poor quality chemicals may not be detected.
If a chemical is low (orange warning lamp), then replace the relevant bottle.
For rinse-aid low, it is recommended to restart the machine to allow the rinse-aid to
prime.
It is important that the correct
chemical suction tube (colour
coded) is connected to the correct
chemical.
DETERGENT
!
CLEAR
TUBING
RINSE-AID
BLUE
TUBING
OPERATING THE MACHINE WITHOUT THE CORRECT CHEMICALS,
OR WITH CHEMICAL TUBES WRONGLY CONNECTED TO BOTTLES
WILL DAMAGE THE WARE AND PROMOTE SCALE BUILD-UP
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Spraybar Rotation Warning
Poor wash quality will result from the lack of rotation of the spray-bar. The machine
incorporates spray-bar rotation sensors and will highlight a problem by use of a warning
lamp.
Spray bar rotation is continually monitored during the wash and rinse periods of a wash
cycle.
If rotation is detected:
The warning lamp will be illuminated green
If rotation not detected:
The warning lamp will be illuminated red at the end of the
cycle.
The reason for lack of rotation will normally be caused by soil build-up around the top
and bottom wash arm bearings, blocked filters, or by blocked jets.
Remove both spray-bar assemblies & filters and clean thoroughly. Refit the parts. The
top and bottom spray-bars should rotate freely. Check that the warning lamp responds
to the rotations.
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CLEAN THE MACHINE THOROUGHLY THEN START A WASH CYCLE
ONLY CALL AN ENGINEER IF THE ERROR CANNOT BE CLEARED
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Other Features
Energy Saving
In Standby Mode the rinse water temperature is held at a lower value than that required
for the cycle rinse. The shortfall in rinse temperature is made up during the wash part of
a cycle. In this way, energy is not needlessly wasted.
The standby temperature will depend on the model, and the cycle type chosen.
Data Fault
If for any reason the data within the control system becomes corrupted, this will be
indicated on the control panel with all indicator lamps flashing.
To re-load the default data, press the START Switch.
If the problem persists, call an engineer.
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Daily Maintenance
IMPORTANT!
Ensure that the electrical and water supplies are switched off while carrying out the
following procedures. This appliance must not be cleaned with a water jet.
Refer to Exploded Diagram below for help with maintenance and spares.
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At the end of each session, open the machine door and remove any racks.
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Remove the top and bottom Wash Arms by unscrewing their central retaining
fasteners and lifting away. Ensure that the mating surfaces around the spindle
areas are clear of debris.
Inspect the spray-jet nozzles for blockages.
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To clean blocked jets, the affected nozzle can be sprung-off from the spraybar and flushed clear with running water.
Do not dismantle the spray-arms from the Hub.
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Ensure that all the spray-jets are seated firmly on the spray-bar, and that all
the jets have an o-ring attached. Note that the white wash spray-jets are a
different size to the blue rinse-jets, so it is impossible to fit incorrectly.
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Damaged or missing spray-jets and o-rings must be replaced for efficient
operation of the machine.
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Carefully remove any debris from the machine interior (protective gloves are
recommended).
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Clean all internal surfaces of the wash tank with a nylon brush and wipe with
a clean damp cloth. Pay particular attention to the door labyrinths and hinge
areas.
Do not use a wire brush for cleaning.
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Remove the Main Tray Filter which covers the wash tank trough, and the Drum
Filter which covers the wash outlet hole. Brush them clean under running water
to ensure that all particles and fibres are removed.
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Use a damp cloth to wipe clean the wash tank trough.
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Unscrew and remove the two Flat Disc Filters and brush clean under running
water.
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Re-assemble the fittings in reverse order, ensuring that all four filters are in their
correct positions, and that both spray-bars rotate freely. Do not over tighten
spray-bar fixing screws – finger tight is sufficient.
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Check and if necessary replace the Detergent and Rinse-aid containers.
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The regular use of Renovate Powder as a Machine Cleaner is recommended.
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Vital Parts to Be Regularly Cleaned / Maintained
WASH ARM & SPINDLE ASSY
CS-B0703
WASH SPRAY-JET
CS-D0718 (WHITE)
O-RING
CS-X0747
RINSE SPRAY-JET
CS-D0719 (BLUE)
O-RING
CS-X0747
MAIN TRAY FILTER
CS-F0331
DRUM FILTER
CS-B0304
FLAT DISC FILTER (DRAIN)
CS-F0332
FLAT DISC FILTER (WASH)
CS-F0333
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Caring For Your Dish Washer
Observance of the following will ensure maximum efficiency from your machine:
Please “do” the following:
Preparation
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Remove all solid material from dishes etc by scraping and pre-rinsing.
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Ensure that all drink residues are disposed of, prior to washing.
Racking and Stacking
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Ensure that racks are loaded with even distribution, and that cups and glasses are
inverted.
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Use open racks for cups and spiked racks for dishes.
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Use a cutlery rack placed in an open rack. Cutlery should be loaded with handles
facing down.
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Be aware of the weight of a fully loaded rack.
Machine Preparation and Use
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Ensure that the machine interior is thoroughly clean and free of debris.
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Remove and thoroughly clean all jets, filters, wash arms etc. DAILY. Wash filters
must be absolutely clean and located correctly for the machine to operate
efficiently.
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Ensure that the Jets are located correctly and check that both Spray Bars are free
to rotate.
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Ensure that the detergent and rinse aid containers are sufficiently full for the
anticipated use during the session. Use only quality detergents and rinse aids that
are designed for dishwashing.
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Ensure that a Water Softener, where fitted, is regenerated regularly.
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Ensure that the Fill/Ready Lamp is green before starting a cycle.
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Ensure that a wash cycle is fully completed before removal of rack. On completion
of a cycle, the Start Switch will stop rotating, and there will be five bleeps by the
audible alarm.
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Operate a Closedown Cycle to drain the machine completely after every trading
session.
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Leave the door open at the end of session to ventilate the machine.
Please “do not” do the following:
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Attempt to wash more than one rack per wash cycle.
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Interrupt the cycle and attempt to remove the rack before the Wash Cycle is
completed.
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Wash with water only. Detergent and Rinse Aid must be used.
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Stack cups or glasses on top of each other, or overload the rack.
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Leave washed items in the machine.
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Handle crockery, glasses, or cutlery during the drying period. Allow to dry naturally
before handling.
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Leave the door open between cycles.
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Isolate power without operating a Closedown Cycle.
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Attempt to remove machine covers.
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Simple Fault Finding
Should a problem develop with your Jubilee machine, please consult the following faultfinding procedures before calling for assistance.
Service Lamp Flashes
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The Jubilee 50 machine is designed to keep operating regardless of most
functional errors that might occur. For example, for an internal heater failure, the
machine will still operate, but with no internal heating.
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In most cases, the machine will resolve the fault, but for some errors the
machine will be inoperative.
If you experience continued error flashes on the service lamp, or if the machine stalls,
isolate the electrical supply for 10 seconds, re-connect and attempt to re-start the
machine.
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If the problem persists, call for assistance.
Machine will not switch on
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Check the switch is "ON" at the wall socket.
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Isolate the electrical supply for 10 seconds, re-connect and attempt to re-start
the machine.
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Check for operation of circuit breakers or fuses in distribution box.
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Call for assistance.
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Machine does not fill
This fault usually generates a warning on the control panel.
The Service Lamp will flash with the frequency of 3 flashes and 1 pause
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Check that the water supply is switched on, and that a water supply is available.
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Check that the Inlet Hose is not kinked.
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If a Water Softener is fitted, check that the softener is not regenerating.
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Call for assistance.
Machine will not drain
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Check for blocked drain filter.
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Call for assistance.
Machine filled Okay, but wash tank is empty
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Check for water siphoning out of the machine due to the Drain Outlet Hose being
pushed too far down the waste up-stand.
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Call for assistance.
Machine will not Operate a Wash Cycle
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Check that the Fill/Ready Lamp is lit ‘green’, and that the door is closed.
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Call for assistance
Washed items remain soiled
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Ensure that excessive soiling is removed before the washing process by scraping
and/or pre-rinsing.
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Stubborn or baked-on soil may require pre-soaking prior to the washing process.
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Check that the Rotation lamp on the control panel is lit ‘green’. If lit ‘red’, check
that both Spray-Bars rotate freely, and that no Spray-Jets are blocked or missing.
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Check that the Detergent and Rinse-Aid lamps on the control panel are lit ‘green’.
If lit ‘amber’, replace the relevant chemical.
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Check that chemical suction tubes are correctly in position in the containers. The
‘clear’ tube should be fed by the detergent container, and the ‘blue’ tube fed by the
Rinse-Aid container.
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Ensure that quality chemicals designed for dishwashing are in use.
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Check that the water softener (where fitted) is being regenerated with granular
salt at frequent intervals.
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Call for assistance.
Washed items not Shedding (“Spotty” in appearance)
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Ensure that the wash cycle has completed before removing the rack of washed
items from the machine.
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Check that the Detergent and Rinse-Aid lamps on the control panel are lit ‘green’.
If lit ‘amber’, replace the relevant chemical.
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Check that chemical suction tubes are correctly in position in the containers. The
‘clear’ tube should be fed by the detergent container, and the ‘blue’ tube fed by the
Rinse-Aid container.
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Ensure that quality chemicals designed for dishwashing are in use.
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Check that the Rotation lamp on the control panel is lit ‘green’. If lit ‘red’, check
that both Spray-Bars rotate freely, and that no Spray-Jets are blocked or missing.
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Check that the water softener (where fitted) is being regenerated with granular
salt at frequent intervals.
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Call for assistance.
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Washed items “Smeary” or “Greasy” in appearance
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Check that the Detergent and Rinse-Aid lamps on the control panel are lit ‘green’.
If lit ‘amber’, replace the relevant chemical.
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Check that chemical suction tubes are correctly in position in the containers. The
‘clear’ tube should be fed by the detergent container, and the ‘blue’ tube fed by the
Rinse-Aid container.
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Ensure that quality chemicals designed for dishwashing are in use.
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Check that the Rotation lamp on the control panel is lit ‘green’. If lit ‘red’, check
that both Spray-Bars rotate freely, and Spray-Jets are clear and in position.
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Ensure all wash filters for blockages and ensure they are correctly positioned.
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Call for assistance.
Machine noisy in Wash Cycle
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Check that the wash tank filter has been fitted properly.
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Check that there is water in the wash tank.
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Check the wash tank filters for blockages.
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Call for assistance.
Excessive foam in Cabinet
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Ensure that quality chemicals designed for glass washing are in use.
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Check that chemical suction tubes are correctly in position in the containers. The
‘clear’ tube should be fed by the detergent container, and the ‘blue’ tube fed by
the Rinse-Aid container.
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Ensure that the wash filters are in position in the wash tank.
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Call for assistance.
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Scale Build-up in machine
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Check that the water softener (where fitted) is being regenerated with granular
salt at frequent intervals.
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If the machine is connected to a hard water supply, chemicals designed for hard
water, a Water Softener, or Filter should be considered.
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Machine Errors
If the machine experiences a major error, this is indicated by the Service Lamp flashing
red.
Description of errors:
Overfill Error (code ‘1’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 1 Flash and 1 Pause
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The machine will be unusable.
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Closedown the machine and call for an engineer.
Overfill Error (code ‘2’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 2 Flashes and 1 Pause
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The machine will be unusable.
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Closedown the machine and call for an engineer.
Fill Error (code ‘3’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 3 Flashes and 1 Pause
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Machine stalls, but will resume if water supply is restored.
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Check water supply. If problem persists Closedown the machine and call for an
engineer.
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Refill Error (code ‘4’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 4 Flashes and 1 Pause
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The machine will be unusable.
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Closedown the machine and call for an engineer.
Rinse Timeout Error (code ‘5’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 5 Flashes and 1 Pause
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The machine will be unusable.
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Closedown the machine. Check and clean the rinse jets, and restart the machine.
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If problem persists, call for an engineer.
Heating Error (code ‘6’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 6 Flashes and 1 Pause.
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The machine will still be usable, but with limited internal water heating.
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If problem persists, call for an engineer.
Temperature Sensing Error (code ‘7’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 7 Flashes and 1 Pause.
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The machine will still be usable, but with limited internal water heating.
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If problem persists, call for an engineer.
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Temperature Sensing Error (code ‘8’)
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The Service Lamp will flash at a rate of – 8 Flashes and 1 Pause.
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The machine will still be usable, but with limited internal water heating.
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If problem persists, call for an engineer.
Note: To Close down the machine, press the SELECT Switch, followed by the START
Switch.
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Dish Washer Installation
Siting
The machine must be sited on a sound level surface, with adequate clearance for
servicing. Allow 50mm extra width and height. Be sure to provide allowance for water,
drain, and electrical connections, and for the positioning of two 5lt Chemical Bottles.
Electrical Connection
Electrical connection must be carried out by a competent electrical engineer
This class 1 appliance must be earthed
The following instructions must be followed before connecting to the electrical supply.
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Check that the supply voltage is within the range marked on the appliance rating
plate.
The use of a Residual Current Device is recommended.
The power supply cord must be oil resistant, sheathed flexible cable not lighter
than ordinary polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic elastomer-sheathed
cord (code HO7 RN-F).
Single Phase Operation
The wires in the mains lead supplied are coloured in accordance with the following
code:
Green/Yellow Earth
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with
the colour markings on your supply terminals, proceed as follows:
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The wire, which is coloured green and yellow, must be connected to the terminal
marked “E” or by the earth symbol
, or coloured green or green and yellow.
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The wire, which is coloured blue, must be connected to the terminal marked “N”
or, coloured black.
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The wire, which is coloured brown, must be connected to the terminal marked
“L” or, coloured red.
Connect to the electrical supply via a double pole-isolating device incorporated in the
fixed wiring with contact separation of at least 3mm located within one metre of the
machine so that the switch is in an easily accessible position. If in doubt, consult a
qualified electrician.
30 Amp Operation (As Supplied)
Machines are supplied from the factory internally wired for 30 amp (5.5 kW) operation
and fitted with a 4mm² Mains Cable. Connection must be made to a 230 – 240V 50Hz
30 amp supply. Fuse @ 25 Amps.
13 Amp Operation (Optional on a Single Phase machine)
Machines can be de-rated for operation on a 13 Amp supply by a competent engineer.
This modification requires a change in mains cable type, and internal wiring changes as
described behind the machines bottom front cover.
Connection must be made to a 230 – 240V 50Hz 13 amp supply. Fuse @ 13 Amps.
Three Phase Machine
A three phase machine must only be connected to a 3-phase + N electrical supply and
cannot be de-rated to single phase operation.
The wires of the 5-core 2.5mm² mains lead supplied are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green/Yellow
Earth
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live Phase 1
Black
Live Phase 2
Black
Live Phase 3
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with
the colour markings on your supply terminals, proceed as follows:
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The wire, which is coloured green and yellow, must be connected to the terminal
, or coloured green or green and yellow.
marked “E” or by the earth symbol
The wire coloured blue, must be connected to the terminal marked “N”.
The wire coloured brown, must be connected to the terminal marked “L1”.
The wire coloured black, must be connected to the terminal marked “L2”.
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The 2nd wire coloured black, must be connected to the terminal marked “L3”.
Connection must be made to a 415v + N 50Hz supply. Fuse @ 15 Amps/Phase.
Connect to the electrical supply via an all-pole isolating device incorporated in the fixed
wiring with contact separation of at least 3mm located within one metre of the machine
so that the switch is in an easily accessible position. If in doubt, consult a qualified
electrician.
Equipotential Bonding
This appliance is provided with a dedicated external terminal located on the lower rear
cross member to facilitate the connection of an equipotential bonding conductor and is
marked with the following symbol:-
Electrical Ratings
Single Phase 30A (As Supplied)
50Hz
Voltage
230 - 240 V
Input
5.5 kW
Current
23 Amps
Single Phase 13A (De-Rated option on single phase machine)
Voltage
230 - 240 V
50Hz
Input
3 kW
Current
13 Amps
Three Phase
Voltage
Input
Current
415 V
50Hz
8 kW
12 Amps/Phase
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Water Connection
The Jubilee 50 incorporates an integral Break Tank that has a Type ‘A’ Airgap that
complies with the requirements of WRC IRN 001. The machine can be connected to
storage, or direct to Mains Water Supply.
The machine incorporates an integral pumped rinse system, therefore external booster
pumps are not required and should not be connected.
A single water connection is used for all filling. Connect a single hot or cold water
supply to the inlet solenoid. A hot water supply is recommended.
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Cold 50– 1000 kPa (0.5-10 bar) @ 5 litres/min (minimum),or
Hot 50 – 150 kPa (0.5-1.5 bar) @ 5 litres/min (minimum)
Maximum hot water supply temperature 60°C
Connection is by a flexible hose, which terminates with ¾” BSP female fitting. The
supply must be terminated with ¾” BSP male threaded tap for machine isolation, and
positioned within one metre of the machine.
Water Softeners
The water supply must not exceed 120mg/l calcium carbonate (CaCO3) equivalent to 8
degrees Clarke or the use of a water softener or filter will be required.
Drain Connection
This machine has a pumped waste system and requires a trapped 1½" open vent upstand with the top 450mm from the base of the machine. Place non-kink hose and
former into up-stand. Do not push the hose too far into the up-stand to avoid siphoning.
Detergent and Rinse Aid Connection
Injection is automatic. The end of the suction hoses (clear for detergent and blue for
rinse aid) should be fitted with the supplied caps, weights and filters and placed into the
base of the relevant containers.
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Model
Jubilee 50 Mk5
CS-A0035
CS-A0036
13 Amp
30 Amp
3 Phase
500mm
280mm
2 - 3 – 4min selectable
6½ lt’s
230 - 240V (1) 50Hz
415V (3+N) 50Hz
3 kW
5.5 kW
8 kW
13 Amp
25 Amp
15 Amp/Phase
2.5 kW
5 kW
7.5 kW
300W
6½ lt’s
60°C
300W
6½ lt’s
80°C
0.5–1.5 Bar @ 5lt/min (60°C max)
0.5–10 Bar @ 5lt/min (5°C min)
Pumped + Empty Cycle
Adjustable Peristaltic Pump
Adjustable Peristaltic Pump
92 Kg
86 Kg
Part No
Electrical Connection
Rack Size
Height Clearance
Wash Cycle Time
Water Used/Cycle
Supply Voltage
Power Input
Fuse @
Rinse Heater Power
Wash Pump Power
Wash Tank Capacity
Wash Temperature
Rinse Pump Power
Rinse Tank Capacity
Rinse Tank °C
Water Pressure/Flow - Hot
Water Pressure/Flow - Cold
Waste
Rinse-Aid Dosing
Detergent Dosing
Operating Weight
Shipping Weight
D
B
A
C
A
840
B
605
C
650
D
1000
450
Jubilee 50
D
M
B A
A = Water Supply D = Drain M = Electric
Clenaware Systems Ltd reserve the right to amend specifications
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WEEE
This equipment contains electrical and electronic
components.
At the end of it’s life, this equipment should not be
mixed with general waste during disposal.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please
take this equipment to a designated recycling facility.
Please contact your local authority for further details of
your nearest designated recycling facility.
Alternatively, you can contact your supplier of the
equivalent new product to arrange disposal.
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Service and Warranty
Warranty
All Clenaware Systems machines are covered by a 12 month guarantee.
Clenaware Systems Ltd guarantee that any and all products manufactured and
marketed under the Clenaware Systems name and used in the correct way are free from
defects in material and/or workmanship for a period of 12 months from the date of first
installation.
All repairs will be carried out Monday to Friday and between the hours of 9.00 and
17.30.
The Clenaware Systems warranty covers any material or manufacturing and we will
repair or replace any defect provided that:
1:
Installation and commissioning was carried out by Clenaware Systems or an
approved / nominated agent in accordance with the Clenaware Systems
requirements as detailed in the user manual.
2:
Products and/or components are not modified, altered or dismantled by
unauthorised persons.
3:
Products are maintained in accordance with the Clenaware Systems requirements
by Clenaware Systems or an approved / nominated agent.
4:
Products are cleaned and preventative maintenance carried out in accordance
with the Clenaware Systems requirements as detailed in the owner’s manual and
on the care card.
5:
Warranty service is performed by Clenaware Systems or an approved /
nominated agent using genuine Clenaware Systems replacement parts supplied
by Clenaware Systems or an approved / nominated agent.
6:
A maintenance service has been carried out by Clenaware Systems or an
approved / nominated agent at 12 months from purchase/installation. This is
chargeable to the customer.
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7:
That chemicals used during normal operating are those recommended and
purchased from Clenaware Systems or an approved / nominated agent.
The Clenaware Systems warranty will not cover the following:
1:
Failure or damage caused by misuse, accidental or malicious damage.
2:
Failure or damage caused by the loss of or fluctuations in electrical power supply.
3:
Failure or damage caused by water supply failure or any other plumbing or
drainage problem. This includes any water treatment device connected to the
product.
4:
Labour and material costs associated with cleaning and preventative maintenance
as detailed in the owners manual or failure to perform a 12 month service.
5:
Labour and material costs associated with replacing filters or other water
treatment devices.
6:
Labour and material costs where non recommended chemicals are used causing
failure due to corrosion, loss of beer-head retention, taste, appearance,
cleanliness of washed glassware, or the formation of lime scale within the
machine.
7:
Labour and material costs associated with failure or operating problems caused
by incorrect installation.
8:
Any consequential loss as a result of product failure.
9:
No fault found calls; these will be chargeable to the customer.
10:
Costs associated with repairs requested out of hours i.e. before 09.00 hours and
after 17.30 hours, Monday to Friday, all day Saturday, Sunday and Public
Holidays.
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Service
Warranty
1:
All warranty service is performed by Clenaware Systems or an approved /
nominated agent.
2:
Warranty service is performed Monday to Friday and between the hours of 09.00
and 17.30.
3:
All warranty claims should be logged by calling: 01933 666244
Please have the following details to hand to speed up the processing of your call:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Machine Serial Number
Site Name
Contact Name & Telephone Number
Access Times
Description of problem
When calling please try to avoid “Out Of Order”, “It’s Faulty” or “Not Washing
Correctly” as the “Description of problem”.
Maintenance & Servicing
1:
A number of different types of service contract are available through Clenaware
Systems or an approved / nominated agent.
2:
All enquiries should be logged by calling: 01933 666244
3:
For further information or clarification on warranty and service please contact
Clenaware Systems using the details on the last page of this document.
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Disclaimer
1:
Installation and commissioning of the Clenaware Systems machines should be
carried out by Clenaware Systems or an approved / nominated agent in
accordance with the Clenaware Systems requirements as detailed in the user
manual. Failure to install and commission a machine in line with these
requirements can invalidate the warranty.
2:
As part of a process of ongoing innovation and brand development, Clenaware
Systems reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice.
3:
Brand Names, Trade Marks, Trade Names, Images and Drawings used in any
documents relating to a Clenaware Systems product are for reference purposes
only and should not be reproduced without the written permission of Clenaware
Systems Ltd.
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CLENAWARE SYSTEMS LTD
Main Office : +44 (0) 1933 666244
Fax: +44 (0) 1933 665 584
Web: www.clenaware.co.uk
Email: info@clenaware.co.uk
Main Office Address
The Wagon Hovel
Strixton Manor Business Centre
Strixton. Wellingborough
Northants. NN29 7PA
Factory Address
30 Huxley Close
Park Farm Industrial Estate
Wellingborough
Northants. NN8 6AB
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