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REFRESHMENT CENTER
Built-in appliance
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PERFEKT IN FORM UND FUNKTION
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Dear Customer
Thank you for choosing one of our high-quality products.
With this appliance you will experience the perfect combination of functional design and cutting
edge technology.
Convince yourself that our appliances are engineered to deliver the best performance and control indeed we are setting the highest standards of excellence.
In addition to this you find environmental and energy saving aspects as an integral part of our
products.
To ensure optimal and regular performance of your appliance please read this instruction manual
carefully. It will enable you to navigate all processes perfectly and most efficiently.
To refer to this manual any time you need to, we recommend you to keep it in a safe place. And
please pass it to any future owner of the appliance.
We wish you much joy with your new appliance.
The following symbols are utilized with this manual
Safety information
Environment
Disposal directives
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INDEX
Electrical safety ............................................................................................. 5
Electrical safety.......................................................................................................................................5
Installation..............................................................................................................................................6
Use 6
Cleaning..................................................................................................................................................6
Environment ...........................................................................................................................................6
Appliance description ................................................................................... 7
Units 7
Identification plate (Fig. 2)......................................................................................................................9
Technical Characteristics .........................................................................................................................9
Installation................................................................................................... 10
Package content .................................................................................................................................... 10
2. Unit positioning............................................................................................................................ 11
3. Water mains and siphon connection.............................................................................................. 13
4. Install filter cartridge.................................................................................................................... 14
5. Startup......................................................................................................................................... 16
Using the Refreshment Center ................................................................................................................ 17
Front touch panel ............................................................................................................................ 17
Dispensing....................................................................................................................................... 18
Alarms .......................................................................................................... 19
Maintenance................................................................................................. 21
CO2 bottle replacement..................................................................................................................... 21
Sanification + filtration cartridge.................................................................................................... 22
Environment care........................................................................................ 24
Electric diagram .......................................................................................... 25
Hydraulic diagram....................................................................................... 26
Errata corrige.............................................................................................. 27
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Electrical safety
This appliance conforms to the following safety electrical European Directives:
This manual has been written for your own safety and of others. Please read manual carefully before
installation and/or use. Please keep this instruction manual in a safe and dry place. This appliance
conforms to the following safety electrical European Directives: 73/23/CEE, 89/336/CEE, 92/31/CEE,
98/37/CEE.
Please keep this instruction manual in a safe and dry place.
This manual has been written for you own safety and of others. Please read manual carefully before
installation and/or use.
Electrical safety
The unit needs to be connected to a power supply line that conforms fully to local safety regulations
regarding electrical safety. If in doubt please have your electrical system checked by a specialized
electrician.
Please do not try to repair the unit as you might cause additional damage. Contact your nearest
Technical assistance center.
Remove power supply cord before proceeding with repair operations.
If the power supply cord appears to be damaged, please ask for a replacement cord.
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Installation
Please handle appliance with care to prevent damaging of the refrigeration circuit.
Avoid prolonged exposure of the appliance to direct sunlight.
To guarantee maximum stability and safety, it’s necessary to install the built-in appliance only in
AEG, REX and Electrolux sized cabinets.
Please follow instruction carefully before, during and after installation.
If the appliance is transported in vertical position, please place in horizontal (normal) position and
wait 1 hour for the oil to return to the compressor before turning unit on.
Do not bend water supply and discharge tube excessively during installation.
Use
Do not use the Refreshment Unit for something else other than dispense cold, carbonated, ambient
water and ice. An incorrect use of the appliance may harm people or cause cause damage to the
appliance itself.
Do not allow children to use the appliance if not under the supervision of adults.
Cleaning
Do not use metallic tools to clean the appliance as it may cause damage.
Environment
Please follow local disposal regulations.
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Appliance description
The Refreshment Unit is a domestic appliance designed to dispense purified cold, carbonated and
ambient temperature water and ice-cubes.
The appliance has 2 outlet from which the following products can be dispensed:
- Ambient temperature water
- Cold water
- Carbonated water
- Ice-Cubes.
Units
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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The unit is mainly composed of:
St. Steel front display
Water dispense nozzle
Glass touch command panel
Ice dispense outlet
Drip tray
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8
12
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 1a
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Main on/off switch
Power supply socket
Filter cartridge
CO2 bottle
H2O inlet
H2O pressure regulator with gauge
Filter head
H2O drainage
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7
10
Fig. 1b
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Identification plate (Fig. 2)
Should you need to contact a
technical Assistance Center,
make sure you have the serial
number handy for identification.
The serial number is on the
identification plate in the side of
the appliance. Extract from cabinet
to identify plate.
MODEL
PWE9038-M
PNC
942 490 XXX
230 V ~ 50 Hz
MAX 190 W
TYPE
Refreshment Center
SERIAL No.:
XXXXXXXX
MADE IN ITALY
Fig. 2
Technical Characteristics
Power Supply
Frequency
Power consumption
Cold water dispense capacity
Carbonated water dispense capacity
Dispense temperature
Water mains pressure (water inlet)
CO2 pressure
Filtration
Filter capacity
Ambient temperature conditions range
Unit dimensions L x P x H (mm)
Weight
Refrigerant gas
230-240 V
50 Hz
190 W
2lt @ 1 l/min.
2lt @ 1 l/min
< 13°C
> 2.0 bar
2.5 -4 bar
0.5 micron
2840 litri
18°C-32°C
594x554xH378
38 Kg
R134a – 60gr
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Installation
Warning
In order for the unit to work correctly, the Technical Characteristics specification chart on page. 6
needs to be observed.
Installation steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Refreshment unit assembly inside kitchen
Water mains connection
Water filter connection
Electric power supply
Package content
Open package and immediately check for any transport damages. During installation please handle
with care.
Inside you should find the following material:
A
A.
B.
C.
D.
Refreshment Center
2 Sliding Rails
Mounting base plate
6 spacers 2x1mm, 2x2mm,
2x3mm
Power supply cord
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B
C
D
H2O inlet flexible hose and
discharge tube
Filtration Cartridge
Sanitazing cartridge and liquid
2. Unit positioning
Please install unit as far away as possible from heat sources
Please install unit higher than the water drainage in the kitchen
Please don’t install the Refreshment Center farther than 4m from the water main or please use
another water inlet and discharge tubes
The dimension requirements for the kitchen cabinet are:
1. Height (1): 360mm
2. Depth (2): 580mm
3. Width (3): 564mm
50
0
54
Fig. 3
3
2
1
11
-
Install the mounting base plate inside the kitchen cabinet after checking after checking
dimension requirements as shown in Fig. 3. If necessary, please use the spacers to fix the
mounting base plate to the cabinet.
-
Mount the 2 sliding rails onto the base plate.
-
Place the Refreshment Unit on the sliding rails.
Fig. 4
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3. Water mains and siphon connection
Warning
Connect only to potable water mains.
All water mains connections should be carried out by a certified plummer.
Warning
Water mains pressure can be set through the H2O pressure regulator placed near the CO2 bottle.
Pressure should be no higher than 3.0 bars and no lower than 2.0 bars.
Complete following operations (Fig. 5):
- Connect the flexible hose to the H2O inlet on the unit. Connect water mains to flexible hose.
- Connect discharge tube to discharge barbed connection on unit and to sink siphon.
Warning
Please do not install Refreshment Center farther than 4 meters or please get longer inlet and
discharge tubes.
Fig. 5
Water inlet ¾”
Water discharge ¾”
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4. Install filter cartridge
Lift locking spring placed under driptray (Fig. 5a).
Fig. 5a
Pull unit from cabinet.
On the left side of the unit please find the
filter cartridge (Fig. 6).
Filter cartridge
Fig. 6
Remove filter plastic cap and install filter in
filter head as shown on filter instruction
booklet (Fig. 7).
Fig. 7
Open the on/off valve placed near the filter
cartridge.
Fig. 8
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Check for water leaks and make sure the CO2
bottle is tightly fixed on the CO2 pressure
regulator.
Open the pressure regulator valve and set
pressure to 3 bars on gauge.
Pressure can be increased to
4 bars to increase carbonation levels (Fig. 9).
Fig. 9
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5. Startup
Warning
Before plugging unit to power supply, please check for correct power supply voltage and frequency
as stated on Technical Characteristic chart (see page 9).
Fig. 10
Connect unit to 230V through supplied cord.
Electric supply circuit should conform to local laws and regulations.
Warning
The supplier declines any responsibility should any safety rule not be respected during installation.
Turn unit on through main on/off
switch on side of unit. The unit will
undergo an initialization process
which will take approx. 4 minutes.
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This preliminary operation will be carried out every time the unit is turned off and on through the
main on/off switch inside the cabinet. During this process the touch control panel is inactive.
After 4 minutes turn unit on through on/off button on touch control panel to activate all functions
At this point please wait approx. 3 hours before the unit reaches final working temperatures in
order to dispense cold water, carbonated water and ice-cubes. Ambient water is ready immediately.
Using the Refreshment Center
Front touch panel
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Empty CO2 bottle led
On/Off switch
Water ambient temperature button
Carbonated water button
Cold water button
Ice dispense button
Light button On/Off
Exhaust filter led
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Dispensing
After turning appliance on through on/off
switch on touch screen, wait for cooling time
before dispensing.
Place a glass under dispense nozzle. Press
button corresponding to desired selection.
Release until desired dispense water level or
number of ice-cubes is reached. Please do not
dispense more than
1 liter of carbonated water continuously since
you might experience CO2 exhaust from
nozzle. Should that occur, please wait 1
minute and restart dispensing carbonated
water.
Dispensing is signalled by the corresponding
led.
In order to dispense in bottles or carafes,
please extract dispense nozzle by grabbing on
sides of nozzle and pulling forward.
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Allarms
Led indications
Message
Led blinks slowly
Filter is about to exhaust. 2900 liters have been dispensed.
Please change filter as described in the following chapters.
Led is lit
Filter is about to exhaust. 2980 liters have been dispensed.
Please change filter as described in the following chapters.
Led is lit
All dispense buttons disabled.
3000 liters have been reached.
Please change filter as described in the following chapters.
Carbonated water
led blinks slowly
Carbonated water is disabled.
Time-out protection on carbonation pump activated.
To reset status please turn unit off/on on touch control panel.
CO2 bottle led on
Carbonated water is disabled.
CO2.bottle is empty.
Replace CO2 bottle to restore Carbonated water dispensing.
Please change CO2 bottle as described in the following
chapters.
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Leds
ambient water
ice
blink simultaneously
Ice forming bin blocked.
Turn unit on/off through main on/off switch on side of unit.
Leds
ambient water
cold water
carbonated water
blink simultaneously
Volumetric turbine malfunctioning. Dispense functions enabled but
during dispense operation the 3 leds will blink.
Leds
carbonated water
ambient water
cold water
ice
blink simultaneously
Main water tank fill time-out. Please check water supply to unit. Make
sure filter shut off valve to be open.
To reset status turn unit on/off through main switch inside cabinet.
All leds on
simultaneously
All dispense buttons disabled. 2 main causes:
Water present on base of unit. Possible leak.
Water level too high inside water tank. Water discharge blocked.
For the first case switch off and dry the base of the unit.
For the second case turn unit on/off through main switch inside
cabinet.
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Should alarms repeat themselves after all restart attempts, please call service assistance.
Maintenance
Before any maintenance or cleaning procedure, please switch off the appliance and disconnect it
from main by unplugging the power plug.
CO2 bottle replacement
When the CO2 led turns on, it’s necessary to replace the CO2 bottle as described below:
1.
Pull appliance from cabinet
(A-Fig. 12).
Fig. 12
2. Grab the CO2 bottle and extract it from it’s
locking clip.
3. By holding the bottle fixed, turn the pressure
regulator clockwise to remove from the bottle
(fig. 13).
4. Place new bottle under the regulator and screw
counter clockwise till fully tightened.
5. Lock bottle in place and close cabinet.
Fig. 13
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Sanification + filtration cartridge
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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When the exhaust filter led turns on, it is time to replace the filter cartridge:
Turn unit off through main on/off switch (Fig. 11).
Pull unit from cabinet (Fig. 5a) and look for the valve
near the CO2 cylinder.
Close valve (Fig. 14).
Position under the water dispense nozzle a container
Fig. 14
and dispense water to empty filter cartridge and tubes.
Remove the filter cartridge form its housing by rotating
counter clock-wise about a quarter turn (Fig. 15). This
will free the filter. Pull downward and remove it.
Fill sanitizing cartridge with 300cc of Neutral
Detergent. Insert the sanitizing cartridge on the filter
head by rotating clock-wise a quarter turn.
Open valve on the base of the unit (Fig. 8).
Dry any water from the base, that could have leaked
during this operation.
Position under the water dispense nozzle a container or
large cup.
Turn main switch. Wait approx.
5 seconds and press ”light” button until sanitizing
mode is entered. This will be shown in the display as a
Fig. 15
moving red led through all the buttons. During this
operation, the inside of the unit will be sanitized. After
this initial cleaning cycle, the unit will dispense
automatically some cold and ambient water.
Shut off unit from main on/off switch.
Close valve on base of the unit (Fig. 14).
Position under the water dispense nozzle a container
and dispense water to empty sanitize cartridge and
tubes.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Install new filter cartridge as shown on filter cartridge
instructions (Fig. 7) and open the valve near to the
filter cartridge.
Turn main on/off switch on and push appliance into
cabinet.
Wait 4 minutes before turning unit on through the
touch button.
Dispense 1 liter of cold, ambient and carbonated water
to fully rinse any sanitizing residue.
The following is a troubleshooting section for malfunctions that are not in the Alarms list above:
SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
RESOLUTION
Water is not dispensed
No power supply
Check electric power supply
Water mains inlet solenoid
Call technical assistance
valve failure
The unit has been on for over Probabile refrigerant gas
Call technical assistance
3 hours, but no cold water
leak
nor ice is available.
Motor fan failure
Call technical assistance
Compressor failure
Call technical assistance
Low carbonation level
Brand new appliance
Utilize for few days and check
carbonation
Low CO2 pressure
Increase CO2 pressure by
rotating knob on CO2 pressure
regulator clock-wise
Air inside carbonator
Dispense few liter of
carbonated water and check
carbonation
Cold water occasionally
Non return valve on
Call technical assistance
sprays CO2 gas
carbonator dirty
Warning
All repairs should be carried out by authorized technicians.
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Environment care
The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Electric diagram
EV1
EV2
EV3
EV4
EV5
EV6
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
L1-L8
L9
P1
P2
Ambient water electric valve
Carbonated water electric valve
Cold water electric valve
Water main electric valve
Hot gas cycle electric valve
Ice bin water charge electric valve
Microswitch work position
Microswitch discharge position
CO2 pressure switch
Main on-off double pole switch
Command panel leds
Light bar
Carbonator pump
Tank discharge pump
C1
PR1
PR2
PR3
PR4
PR5
PR6
M1
M2
M3
F1
T1-T6
Compressor
Ice sensor probe
Dryer filter sensor probe
Flooding probe
Minimum water tank level probe
MAX Carbonator level probe
MIN Carbonator level probe
Auger motor
Water ice bin motor
Motor fan
Flow meter
Command panel buttons
TR1
AC-DC adapter
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Hydraulic diagram
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Water inlet
Water drainage
Ice cube tray
Cold water
Carbonated/Sparkling water
Ambient water
Water dispense nozzle
Cooling coil
No return valve
Pressure reducer
Valve
CO2 Cylinder
Turbine
Electric valve
Pump
Cartridge filter
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Carbonator device
Errata corrige
Package content
The package contains the mentioned material with the addition of:
- 10 screws 3.5x16 and 3 screws M4x8
- user instruction manual
Installation
Cabinet dimensions
50
50
1.The required dimensions of the cabinet space for the positioning of the unit
are:
a. Height (1): 380mm
b. Depth (2): 560mm
c. Width (3): 560mm
0
54
3
2
1
Unit position inside the cabinet
-
After making sure that the overall size of the unit fits the cabinet space,
install the base plate (Fig.3). If necessary, please use the spacers to
adapt and fix the base plate to the cabinet space (Fig.4)
Fig. 4
−
Mount the sliding rails onto the base plate using the included 10
self-tapping screws 3.5x16 (Fig. 5)
Fig. 5
−
Place the Refreshment Center on the telescopic runners and push it
slowly until the confirming "click" sound.
Fig. 6
Filter cartridge first installation
Lift the drip tray and pull upward the locking spring of the Refreshment
center util it unblocks (Fig.8)
Fig. 8
Pull the bottom edge of the unit and extract the Refreshment Center
(Fig.9).
After pulling out the unit it is easier to access the left side, that contains
the filter cartridge.
Fig. 9
Remove the capsule. Connect the filter cartridge to the filter head turning
it counter-clockwise (Fig.10)
Fig. 10
Check for water leaks. Dry the area before installing the unit in the
opening.
Aligner installation
-
After making sure that the overall size of the unit fits the cabinet space,
install the base plate (Fig.3). If necessary, please use the spacers to fix
the base plate to the cabinet space (Fig.4). Its function is to line up the
Refreshment Centre to the other possible built-in appliances in the
kitchen.
Fig. 4
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CO2 bottle first installation
Disposable Bottle
The CO2 bottle can be found on the left side of the unit. Remove the
green cap and screw the pressure reducer onto the bottle until fully
tightened (Fig.11).
Open the valve on the reducer until it reaches a pressure of about 3 bar
(Fig.12).
In order to obtain a higher level of CO2 concentration, it is possible to
increase the pressure up to a maximum of about 4 bar.
Fig. 11
Rechargeable bottle
The CO2 bottle can be found on the left side of the unit. Together with
the pressure reducer is a fitting adaptor with seal ring included. The
adaptor is to be screwed onto the bottle head. For a complete assembly,
screw the pressure reducer onto the adaptor.
Open the valve on the reducer until it reaches a pressure of about 3 bar
(Fig.12).
In order to obtain a higher level of CO2 concentration, it is possible to
increase the pressure up to a maximum of about 4 bar.
Fig. 12
Using the Refreshment Center
Warning
Use the general switch on the right side of the unit to switch it on. The on/off switch of the
front panel does not have a stand-by function; the unit is still on, but all functions are
disabled. To switch on and off the unit always use the internal general switch, even when resetting.
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Alarms
Led indications
Meaning
Filter red led blinks
slowly
Filter is about to exhaust. 2,700 liters of water have been
dispensed.
Please replace the filter cartridge as described in the paragraph
"Filter replacement"
Filter red led is on
Filter exhausted. 2,800 liters of water have been dispensed.
Please replace the filter cartridge as described in the paragraph
"Filter replacement"
Filter red led stays lit
All dispense buttons disabled.
The limit has been reached of 2,840 liters.
To reset all dispense functions, please replace the filter cartridge
as described in the paragraph "Filter reaplacement"
Carbonated water led
blinks slowly
Carbonated water is disabled.
A protection device on the pump activated.
To reset the unit, please turn it off and after few seconds switch
it back on using the on/off button on the control panel.
CO2 bottle led stays lit
Carbonated water is disabled.
CO2 bottle is empty.
To restore carbonated water dispensing, please replace the bottle
as described in the paragraph "CO2 bottle replacement".
- Ambient water
- ice cubes
leds blink
simultaneously
Ice forming bin blocked.
To reset the unit switch it off and then back on pushing the on/off button on the
front panel.
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Led indications
Meaning
- Ambient water
- cold water
- carbonated water
leds blink
simultaneously and fast Volumetric turbine malfunctioning. The two possible causes are:
1. Lack of water supply from the water main;
2. Low pressure in the water inlet.
Please check the presence of water supply to the unit.
Turn unit off and then back on using the on/off switch on the front panel.
- carbonated water
- ambient water
- cold water
- ice cubes
leds blink
simultaneously
This alarm comes on only when the unit is turned on through the main on/off
switch. It means that the main tank is empty due to a lack of water supply from the
main. To reset the unit, turn off the main switch on the side of the Refreshment
Center. Check and make sure there is water supply to the unit, then turn the unit
back on.
All leds blink
simultaneously
All dispense buttons disabled. The two possible causes are:
1. Presence of water on the base of the unit;
2. The water level inside the tank is too high.
In the first case, switch off the unit and dry the base.
In the second case, reset the unit by turning it off and then back on through the
main switch on the side of the Refreshment Center.
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Maintenance and cleaning
Please do not touch the front control panel with wet or oily hands, in order to avoid the
malfunctioning of the touch control.
Ice melting
Do not block ice exit with any object, since it may damage the unit or prevent the correct closing of
the exit. This would cause a rise in the internal temperature with subsequent rapid ice melting
CO2 bottle replacement (for food)
When CO2 led turns on, please replace the old bottle with a new one as described below:
1.
unblock the locking spring from under the drip tray (Fig. 8).
Pull out with both hands the bottom of the unit, letting the
Refreshment center slide on the telescopic runners (Fig.15).
After pulling out the unit it is easier to access the left side,
where the CO2 bottle is installed;
2.
3.
grab the bottle and extract it;
4.
screw the new bottle to the reducer counter-clockwise till
fully tightened (Fig. 11);
5.
lock the new bottle on the side of the unit.
Fig. 15
hold the pressure reducer and turn the bottle clockwise
(fig.16) to separate the bottle from the pressure reducer;
Fig. 16
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Sanification + filter cartridge replacement
If few days after the installation the filter replacement led turns on, please activate the sanitation
procedure to restore all functions. In such case, filter replacement is not necessary
When the “filter” led turns on, it is necessary to replace the cartridge filter as described below:
1.
unblock the locking spring (Fig.8) and pull out the Refreshment
Center unit (Fig.15);
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
turn off the unit through the main on/off switch;
see filter cartridge on the left (Fig. 1a);
rotate the exhausted cartridge clockwise about a quarter of a
turn to remove it from the head (fig.17) and extract it avoiding
water spillage;
fill the sanification cartridge with “Neutral Detergent”. Insert
the sanitizing cartridge on the filter head by rotating it
counter-clockwise about a quarter turn (Fig.18);
in case of water spillage, dry the base and make sure there
are no leaks;
place a big cup under the water dispense nozzle (the
appliance will deliver round 250ml of water);
turn on the main switch pushing at the same time the lightswitching button for approximately 5". Press the "light"
button two more times, each time for 5". This will activate
the sanitizing mode, displayed as a red led moving through
all the buttons of the front panel; during this operation, the
inner tank will be sanitized. After this initial cleaning cycle,
the unit will automatically dispense some cold and ambient
water mixed with the sanitizing solution;
Fig. 17
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
turn off the unit through the main switch;
remove the sanification cartridge (Fig.19) and connect the
new filter cartridge to the head as shown on filter cartridge
instructions (Fig.20);
turn on the main switch and push the Refreshment Center
into the cabinet until the locking spring clicks (Fig.21);
wait 4 minutes before activating the unit pushing the on/off
button on the control panel;
dispense 1 liter of cold, carbonated and ambient water to
fully rinse the lines and eliminate any residual of sanitizing
solution.
Fig. 20
Fig. 21
Warning
During the sanitizing procedure please do not dispense carbonated water.
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