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Manitowoc LuminIce Installation Manual
LuminIce® Growth Inhibitor
Ice Machine Accessory
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
, Caution
Original Document
Read this instruction before operating this equipment.
Part Number: 000014110 Rev 01 1/19
Safety Notices
Safety Notices
Read these precautions to prevent
personal injury:
• Read this manual thoroughly before
operating, installing or performing
maintenance on the equipment. Failure
to follow instructions in this manual
can cause property damage, injury or
death.
• Routine adjustments and maintenance
procedures outlined in this manual are
not covered by the warranty.
• Proper installation, care and
maintenance are essential for
maximum performance and troublefree operation of your equipment. Visit
our website www.manitowocice.com
for manual updates, translations, or
contact information for service agents
in your area.
• This equipment contains high
voltage electricity and refrigerant
charge. Installation and repairs are
to be performed by properly trained
technicians aware of the dangers of
dealing with high voltage electricity
and refrigerant under pressure. The
technician must also be certified
in proper refrigerant handling and
servicing procedures. All lockout and
tag out procedures must be followed
when working on this equipment.
• Read this manual thoroughly before
operating, installing or performing
maintenance on the equipment. Failure
to follow instructions in this manual
can cause property damage, injury or
death.
DEFINITIONS
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious
injury. This applies to the most extreme
situations.
nWarning
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
,Caution
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.
Notic
Indicates
information
considered
important, but not hazard-related (e.g.
messages relating to property damage).
NOTE: Indicates useful, extra information
about the procedure you are performing.
DANGER
Do not operate equipment that has
been misused, abused, neglected,
damaged, or altered/modified from that
of original manufactured specifications.
This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision
concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety. Do
not allow children to play with, clean or
maintain this appliance without proper
supervision.
DANGER
Follow these precautions to prevent personal injury during use and maintenance of this
equipment:
• It is the responsibility of the equipment • Units with two power cords must be
owner to perform a Personal Protective
plugged into individual branch circuits.
Equipment Hazard Assessment to ensure
During movement, cleaning or repair it is
adequate protection during maintenance
necessary to unplug both power cords.
procedures.
• Never use a high-pressure water jet for
• Do Not Store Or Use Gasoline Or Other
cleaning on the interior or exterior of
Flammable Vapors Or Liquids In The
this unit. Do not use power cleaning
Vicinity Of This Or Any Other Appliance.
equipment, steel wool, scrapers or wire
Never use flammable oil soaked cloths
brushes on stainless steel or painted
or combustible cleaning solutions for
surfaces.
cleaning.
• Two or more people are required to
• All covers and access panels must be
move this equipment to prevent tipping.
in place and properly secured when
• Locking the front casters after
operating this equipment.
moving is the owner’s and operator’s
• Risk of fire/shock. All minimum
responsibility. When casters are installed,
clearances must be maintained. Do not
the mass of this unit will allow it to move
obstruct vents or openings.
uncontrolled on an inclined surface.
These units must be tethered/secured to
• Failure to disconnect power at the main
comply with all applicable codes.
power supply disconnect could result
in serious injury or death. The power
• The on-site supervisor is responsible for
switch DOES NOT disconnect all incoming
ensuring that operators are made aware
power.
of the inherent dangers of operating this
equipment.
• All utility connections and fixtures must
be maintained in accordance with the
• Do not operate any appliance with a
authority having jurisdiction.
damaged cord or plug. All repairs must
be performed by a qualified service
• Turn off and lockout all utilities (gas,
company.
electric, water) according to approved
practices during maintenance or
• Crush/Pinch Hazard. Keep hands clear of
servicing.
moving components. Components can
move without warning unless power is
disconnected and all potential energy is
removed.
Table of Contents
Safety Notices
Safety Notices............................................................................3
Definitions............................................................................... 3
Section 1
General Information
Section 2
Installation
Compatible Ice Machine Models.................................................7
Indigo® NXT Models................................................................. 7
Indigo® Models........................................................................ 7
NEO® Undercounter Models.................................................... 7
LuminIce®...................................................................................7
LuminIce® Kits............................................................................8
LuminIce® Replacement Bulbs....................................................8
Before You Begin Installation......................................................8
Indigo® NXT or Indigo® Model 22" & 30" Wide Single
Evaporator Installation...............................................................9
K00464 & K00465 Indigo® NXT Models Low voltage wire
installation............................................................................. 10
K00424, K00434, K00440, K00450, K00451, K00452
Indigo® Model Power supply installation procedure ............ 11
Indigo® NXT or Indigo® Model 48" Wide Single Evaporator
Installation K00451 Indigo® & K00465 Indigo® NXT................... 12
K00465 Indigo® NXT Models Low voltage wire installation... 14
K00424, K00434, K00440, K00450, K00451, K00452
Indigo® Model Power supply installation procedure ............ 14
Indigo® NXT or Indigo® Two-Evaporator Ice Machine Model
Installation K00434, K00451 Indigo® & K00465 Indigo® NXT..... 15
K00465 Indigo® NXT Models Low voltage wire installation... 17
K00434, K00451 Indigo® Model Power supply installation
procedure.............................................................................. 17
NEO® Undercounter Model Installation.................................... 18
Ice Beverage (IB) Single Evaporator Model Installation.............. 20
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Table of Contents (continued)
Section 3
Maintenance
Replacement Bulb Usage.......................................................... 23
LuminIce® II Indicator Lights.................................................. 23
Bulb Replacement Frequency................................................... 23
LuminIce® Reminder Setup for Indigo® NXT & Indigo®
Model Ice Machines................................................................. 23
Indigo® Touchscreen Models................................................. 23
Indigo® Models without touchscreen.................................... 23
Bulb Replacement.................................................................... 24
Cleanup Procedure for Accidental Bulb Breakage...................... 25
Before Cleanup...................................................................... 26
During Cleanup...................................................................... 26
After Cleanup......................................................................... 26
Cleanup Steps for Hard Surfaces............................................... 26
Cleanup Steps for Carpeting or Rugs......................................... 27
Future Cleaning of Carpeting or Rugs.................................... 28
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Section 1
General Information
Compatible Ice Machine Models
LuminIce®
This manual covers installation of
LuminIce® II models on the ice machines
listed below.
The LuminIce® growth inhibitor recirculates
the air in the ice machine foodzone over
a UV bulb. This process will inhibit the
growth of common micro-organisms on all
exposed foodzone surfaces.
• All LuminIce® bulbs require replacement
on a yearly basis. Although the bulb
will still illuminate after 12 months, the
effectiveness of the bulb diminishes as
operational hours increase. To retain
maximum effectiveness, replace the bulb
on a 12 month schedule.
• LuminIce® II has an indicator light that
will illuminate red when the bulb needs
replacement. A remote LED is available
as an accessory (K00455) to allow the
reminder to be viewed without removing
the ice machine panels.
• Indigo® and Indigo® NXT models can be
set to automatically display an on screen
reminder after 12 months. Refer to
Section 3 LuminIce® setup procedure for
full details.
INDIGO® NXT MODELS
• Self-contained air-cooled models
• Self-contained water-cooled models
• Remote condenser air-cooled models
• QuietQube remote condensing unit
models
• Ice Beverage remote condensing unit
models
INDIGO® MODELS
• Self-contained air-cooled models
• Self-contained water-cooled models
• Remote condenser air-cooled models
• QuietQube remote condensing unit
models
• Ice Beverage remote condensing unit
models
NEO® UNDERCOUNTER MODELS
• Self-contained air-cooled models
• Self-contained water-cooled models
NOTE: UDE060 and UDE080 NEO® models
are not compatible with LuminIce®.
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General Information
Section 1
LuminIce® Kits
Ice Machine
22" & 30" Single Evaporator
I0300 through I1000
48" or Dual Evaporator
NEO® Models
LuminIce® II
LuminIce® II
LuminIce®
K00464
K00450
K00424
K00465
N/A
K00451
K00452
K00434
K00440
NOTE: These kits are used with
NOTE: These kits are
Indigo® NXT control boards with a used with Indigo®
built-in LuminIce® transformer.
non touchscreen
models.
LuminIce® Replacement Bulbs
NOTE: Bulbs are not interchangeable
between LuminIce® versions.
Model
LuminIce® II
LuminIce®
Replacement Bulb
K00454
K00425
Before You Begin Installation
Remove all packing material and inspect
the equipment for concealed shipping
damage. If damage is found, notify the
shipper immediately.
LuminIce® II and LuminIce® are for
use on Indigo® NXT, Indigo® and NEO®
undercounter models, and are not
compatible with previous series ice
machines or UDE060/UDE080 models.
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Section 2
Installation
Indigo® NXT or Indigo® Model
22" & 30" Wide Single Evaporator
Installation
3.
Assemble bracket to left-hand top rail
with three provided screws.
nWarning
Disconnect power to ice machine at the
electrical disconnect. Pressing the power
button does not disconnect line voltage.
1.
2.
Disconnect all power to the ice
machine at the electrical disconnect.
To allow access for the LuminIce®
tubing, the evaporator dust cover and
plastic caps in the evaporator and
compressor compartment bulkhead
wall must be removed and discarded.
Mount Bracket With Three Screws
4.
Remove Plastic Caps From Bulkhead In The
Evaporator And Compressor Compartment
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Assemble LuminIce® to bracket with
three screws provided. The bulb and
bulb wiring must face toward the
rear of the ice machine to allow bulb
replacement with LuminIce® in place.
Attach With
Three Screws
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Installation
5.
Refer to picture and install LuminIce®
hoses, wire clip and secure wires to
clip.
Install wire clip and route wires
along evaporator bulkhead
Section 2
K00464 & K00465 INDIGO® NXT MODELS
LOW VOLTAGE WIRE INSTALLATION
Power is supplied from the control board.
1. Route the low voltage wiring harness
from the control board to the
LuminIce®. Install wire clip and route
wires close to evaporator bulkhead
to assure harness is away from any
moving parts, then snap wire harness
connectors together.
2. Route the low voltage wiring harness
through the control box low voltage
Heyco fitting and connect to the
control board LuminIce® connector.
LuminIce® Connector
6.
Install the notched evaporator dust
cover from kit.
NOTE: Proceed to the next step for your
specific LuminIce® kit number. Installation
varies depending on whether power for the
LuminIce® is supplied by the control board
or a switching power supply needs to be
installed.
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3.
Test run the ice machine and
LuminIce®. A noticeable draft will be
emitted from the upper hose adapter
during operation.
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Section 2
Installation
K00424, K00434, K00440, K00450, K00451,
K00452 INDIGO® MODEL POWER SUPPLY
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
30" Model Power Supply Mounting
Mount power supply on evaporator
bulkhead above control box. Attach
supplied wire clip and route line voltage
wires through clip.
Install Power
Supply
Attach Wire Clip
1.
2.
Route low voltage wiring (black and
yellow wires) to the LuminIce®. Install
wire clip and route wires close to
evaporator bulkhead to assure harness
is away from any moving parts,
then snap wire harness connectors
together.
Route the line voltage wires (black &
white) through line voltage Heyco
fitting and attach to L1 and L2
contactor terminals.
Route Line Voltage Wires Through Clip
22" Model Power Supply Mounting
The power supply for the 22" model
mounts behind the control board, below
the access fittings. Route line voltage wires
(black & white) through line voltage Heyco
fitting and attach to L1 and L2 contactor
terminals.
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Route Through Line Voltage Heyco
and
Attach to Contactor Terminals
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Installation
Section 2
NOTE: QuietQube models do not have open
terminals on contactor. Remove two wires
from contactor, install supplied electrical
connector and connect wires.
Wires Removed From Contactor
Contactor
L2
L1
LuminIce® Power
3.
Test run the ice machine and
LuminIce®. The LuminIce® is energized
whenever power is applied to the ice
machine. A noticeable draft will be
emitted from the upper hose adapter
during operation.
Indigo® NXT or Indigo® Model 48"
Wide Single Evaporator Installation
K00451 Indigo® & K00465 Indigo®
NXT
nWarning
Disconnect power to ice machine at the
electrical disconnect. Pressing the power
button does not disconnect line voltage.
1.
2.
Disconnect all power to the ice
machine at the electrical disconnect.
To allow access for LuminIce® tubing,
the plastic caps in the evaporator and
compressor compartment bulkhead
wall must be removed and discarded.
Remove the evaporator dust cover to
access lower cap.
Remove Dust Cover
Remove Plastic Caps From Bulkhead In The
Evaporator And Compressor Compartment
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Section 2
3.
Remove bracket from ice machine
and assemble LuminIce®, tubing and
secure with hose clamps.
NOTE: Attach power supply as shown below
for Indigo® models (K00451) - Indigo® NXT
models (K00465) power the LuminIce®
from the control board.
Installation
4.
Assemble bracket to ice machine.
Mount LuminIce® And Power Supply To Bracket
Indigo® Models Only
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Installation
Section 2
NOTE: Proceed to the next step for your
specific LuminIce® kit number. Installation
varies depending on whether power for the
LuminIce® is supplied by the control board
or a switching power supply needs to be
installed.
K00465 INDIGO® NXT MODELS LOW
VOLTAGE WIRE INSTALLATION
Step 1 Route the low voltage wiring
harness from the control board to the
LuminIce®. Install wire clip and route
wires close to evaporator bulkhead to
assure harness is away from any moving
parts, then snap wire harness connectors
together.
Step 2 Route the low voltage wiring
harness through the control box low
voltage Heyco fitting and connect to the
control board LuminIce® connector.
LuminIce® Connector
Step 3 Test run the ice machine and
LuminIce®. A noticeable draft will be
emitted from the upper hose adapter
during operation.
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K00424, K00434, K00440, K00450, K00451,
K00452 INDIGO® MODEL POWER SUPPLY
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Power Supply Mounting
Step 1 Route line voltage wires (black
& white) through line voltage Heyco
fitting and attach to L1 and L2 contactor
terminals.
Route Through Line Voltage Heyco
and
Attach to Contactor Terminals
NOTE: Three phase models do not have
open terminals on contactor. Remove
two wires from contactor, install supplied
electrical connector and connect wires.
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Section 2
Installation
Wires Removed From Contactor
LuminIce® Power
L2
Line Voltage L1
Power Supply
Step 2 Route LuminIce® hoses to
evaporator and attach.
• Insert hose closest to the control box
in the bottom evaporator bulkhead
hole.
• Insert the other hose in the upper
evaporator bulkhead hole.
Indigo® NXT or Indigo® TwoEvaporator Ice Machine Model
Installation K00434, K00451 Indigo®
& K00465 Indigo® NXT
nWarning
Disconnect power to ice machine at the
electrical disconnect. Pressing the power
button does not disconnect line voltage.
1.
2.
Disconnect all power to the ice
machine at the electrical disconnect.
To allow access for LuminIce® tubing,
the plastic caps in the evaporator
compartment bulkhead wall must be
removed and discarded. Cap located
behind evaporator will fall into the
water trough. Remove water trough to
retrieve cap, then discard.
Remove Plastic Caps From
Evaporator Bulkhead
3.
5.
Install the evaporator dust cover
and test run the ice machine and
LuminIce®. The LuminIce® is energized
whenever power is applied to the ice
machine.
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Cut hose to length.
• Cut one hose 8" (20 cm) long.
• Cut one hose 18" (46 cm) long.
4. Assemble LuminIce®.
• Assemble LuminIce® to bracket.
• Install tubing and secure with hose
clamps.
• Insert a tubing adapter into each
hose.
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Installation
NOTE: The bulb and bulb wiring must face
toward the top of the ice machine to allow
bulb replacement with LuminIce® in place.
5.
Section 2
6.
Refer to picture and install LuminIce®
hoses.
Attach LuminIce® assembly to corner
post with two screws.
NOTE: Proceed to the next step for your
specific LuminIce® kit number. Installation
varies depending on whether power for the
LuminIce® is supplied by the control board
or a switching power supply needs to be
installed.
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Section 2
Installation
K00465 INDIGO® NXT MODELS LOW
VOLTAGE WIRE INSTALLATION
Step 1 Route the low voltage wiring
harness from the control board to the
LuminIce®. Install wire clip and route
wires close to evaporator bulkhead to
assure harness is away from any moving
parts, then snap wire harness connectors
together.
Step 2 Route the low voltage wiring
harness through the control box low
voltage Heyco fitting and connect to the
control board LuminIce® connector.
LuminIce® Connector
K00434, K00451 INDIGO® MODEL
POWER SUPPLY INSTALLATION
PROCEDURE
Step 1 Mount power supply to
evaporator bulkhead.
Step 2 Route line voltage wires (black &
white) through line voltage Heyco fitting.
Disconnect L1 & N wires and install L1 & N
of wiring adapter to the incoming power
supply wires. Connect removed wires and
LuminIce® wires to adapter.
Step 3 Test run the ice machine and
LuminIce®. A noticeable draft will be
emitted from the upper hose adapter
during operation.
Incoming Power Supply
Ice Machine Power
L1
N
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LuminIce® Power
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Installation
7.
Section 2
Remove four screws to allow access for
low voltage wire routing.
NEO® Undercounter Model
Installation
nWarning
Disconnect power to ice machine at the
electrical disconnect. Pressing the power
button does not disconnect line voltage.
Remove Four
Screws
1.
2.
•
8.
Route low voltage wiring (black
and yellow wires) to the LuminIce®,
and snap wire harness connectors
together. Reinstall screws removed in
previous step.
•
•
•
•
•
Disconnect all power to the ice
machine at the electrical disconnect.
Remove any ice from the bin, then
remove bin to allow easier access.
On the rear of the ice machine, remove
2 screws that secure the top cover, then
remove the top cover.
Remove two screws from the front grill,
then pull forward to remove grill.
Remove bin drain on left side of ice
machine.
Rotate the latches on the left and right
side of the base to release the bin.
Disconnect the control pad wiring on the
right side from the control box.
Slide the bin forward and remove.
Rotate latch on left and right side
and disconnect drain
9.
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Install the evaporator dust cover
and test run the ice machine and
LuminIce®. The LuminIce® is energized
whenever power is applied to the ice
machine. A noticeable draft will be
emitted from the upper hose adapter
during operation.
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Section 2
3.
4.
•
•
•
•
•
To allow access for LuminIce® tubing,
the plastic caps in the bulkhead wall
must be removed and discarded. The
cap located behind the evaporator
will fall into the water trough. Remove
water trough to retrieve, then discard
cap and reinstall the water trough.
Assemble bracket, hoses and wires to
LuminIce® module.
Short hose will route to access hole
behind the evaporator. Attach 90 degree
elbow to one end and attach other end
to LuminIce®.
Long hose will route to the access hole
above the float switches. Attach 90
degree elbow to one end and attach
other end to LuminIce®.
Route low voltage wiring (black and
yellow wires) to the LuminIce® module
and snap wire harness connectors
together.
Attach both hoses to the bulkhead by
pressing in place.
Secure excess wire to LuminIce® tubing.
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Installation
5.
Mount LuminIce® to ice machine with
2 screws.
6.
Mount power supply on the left side
with two screws.
NOTE: Clearance holes for mounting the
LuminIce® are factory installed. Depending
on model, the power supply may mount
vertically or horizontally.
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Installation
7.
Route and secure line voltage wires
(black & white) with the power cord.
Wires must enter control box through
line voltage Heyco fitting and attach to
L1 and L2 contactor terminals.
Section 2
Ice Beverage (IB) Single Evaporator
Model Installation
nWarning
Disconnect power to ice machine at the
electrical disconnect. Pressing the power
button does not disconnect line voltage.
1.
2.
•
•
Connect to
L1 & L2 of
Contactor
•
•
8.
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Disconnect all power to the ice
machine at the electrical disconnect.
Install tubing adapters into bulkhead:
Remove dust cover from top of
evaporator to expose space between the
evaporator and bulkhead.
Remove and discard plastic caps to allow
installation of tubing adapters.
Install the longer tubing adapter in
the upper evaporator compartment
bulkhead location.
Install the shorter tubing adapter in
the lower evaporator compartment
bulkhead location.
Reinstall bin, wire connectors and all
panels, then test run. A noticeable
draft will be emitted from the upper
hose adapter during operation.
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Section 2
3.
•
•
•
4.
Mount the LuminIce® and transformer
to the mounting bracket.
Mount the components on the opposite
side of the bracket lip. The bracket
lip will slide between the top rail and
insulation when mounted.
LuminIce® - The bulb and bulb wiring
must face up to allow bulb replacement
with the LuminIce® in place. Mount the
LuminIce® on the left side of the bracket.
Power supply - Mount the power supply
to the right of the LuminIce®.
Install mounting plate in ice machine
and secure with fasteners. The
mounting plate has pass-through holes
for the hose adapters.
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Installation
5.
Disconnect L1 & N wires and install L1
& N of wiring adapter to the incoming
power supply wires. Connect removed
wires and LuminIce® wires to adapter.
Wires Removed From Contactor
LuminIce® Power
N
Incoming L1
Power Supply
6.
Route transformer low voltage wiring
(black and yellow wires) to the
LuminIce®. Snap the wire harness
connectors together. Bundle and
secure any excess low voltage wires
near the transformer.
7. Cut the LuminIce® hose to length and
attach:
NOTE: The upper bulkhead adapter
connects to the upper connector on the
LuminIce® and the lower bulkhead adapter
connects to the lower LuminIce® connector.
• Insert tubing onto the lower bulkhead
adapter and dry fit to establish length,
then cut to fit. Attach to LuminIce® and
secure with snap clamp.
• Insert tubing onto the upper bulkhead
adapter and dry fit to establish length,
then cut to fit. Attach to LuminIce® and
secure with snap clamp.
• Reinstall the evaporator dust cover.
8. Test run:
• Install all panels except the front panel.
• Restore power - The LuminIce® is
energized whenever power is applied to
the ice machine. A noticeable draft will
be emitted from the upper hose adapter
during operation.
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Installation
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Section 3
Maintenance
Replacement Bulb Usage
Replacement bulbs are not interchangeable
between LuminIce® and LuminIce® II.
• LuminIce® replacement bulb - K00425
• LuminIce® II replacement bulb - K00454
LUMINICE® II INDICATOR LIGHTS
LuminIce® II has an LED light for status
indication:
• Steady red light = Replace bulb
• Flashing red light = Service is required
• Blue = Normal operation
• Red/Blue flash = Incorrect replacement
bulb has been installed.
Bulb Replacement Frequency
LuminIce® and LuminIce® II bulbs require
replacement on a yearly basis. Although the
bulb will still illuminate after 12 months,
the effectiveness of the bulb diminishes
as operational hours increase. To retain
maximum effectiveness, replace the bulb
on a 12 month schedule.
LuminIce® II has an indicator light that
will illuminate red when the bulb needs
replacement. A remote LED is available
as an accessory (K00455) to allow all
indicators (including the reminder) to be
viewed without removing the ice machine
panels.
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LuminIce® Reminder Setup for
Indigo® NXT & Indigo® Model Ice
Machines
Complete display panel navigation is
available in the Indigo® and Indigo® NXT
ice machine Installation, Operation and
Maintenance Manual. Publications for all
Manitowoc equipment is available on our
website www.manitowocice.com.
INDIGO® TOUCHSCREEN MODELS
When a LuminIce® is installed the
touchscreen will display a blue light.
This light will change to red when bulb
replacement is due.
INDIGO® MODELS WITHOUT
TOUCHSCREEN
Perform the procedure below to display a
change-bulb reminder every 12 months.
1. From the Set-Up menu, use the Down
arrow to highlight LuminIce®.
2. Press the Check mark. On this screen,
you can choose to turn the reminder
to AUTO or OFF by highlighting your
choice and pressing the Check mark.
Selecting one will deselect the other.
3. When the check reflects your
preference, use the Down arrow to
navigate to Exit and press the Check
mark. The display will return to the
Set-Up menu.
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Maintenance
Section 3
Bulb Replacement
5.
Remove retainer from old bulb and
install on replacement bulb.
6.
Align slot on LuminIce® and notch on
retainer and install replacement bulb
in LuminIce®.
7.
Insert bulb until it seats in the retainer
stop on the opposite end.
nWarning
Disconnect power to ice machine at the
electrical disconnect. Pressing the power
button does not disconnect line voltage.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Disconnect all power to the ice
machine at the electrical disconnect.
Open the front door of the ice
machine and then remove the top
panel.
Disconnect the power connector from
the LuminIce® bulb.
Push bulb with finger and pull with
other hand toward the rear of the ice
machine until bulb is free.
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Section 3
8.
Attach connector to bulb.
9.
Reinstall panels and reapply power The LuminIce® is energized whenever
power is applied to the ice machine.
10. Dispose of the old bulb - The
bulb contains mercury, like other
fluorescent and CFL bulbs and is
disposed in the same manner. Refer to
epa.gov for information on recycling
requirements and locations in your
area.
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Maintenance
Cleanup Procedure for Accidental
Bulb Breakage
The cleanup procedure is identical to
the procedure used to clean up compact
fluorescent (CFL) or fluorescent tube
lights. These lights contain a small amount
of mercury sealed within a glass tube.
Breaking these types of lights will release
mercury and mercury vapor. The broken
bulb can continue to release mercury vapor
until it is cleaned up and removed.
To minimize exposure to mercury vapor,
the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)
recommends the following cleanup and
disposal steps.
This cleanup guidance represents the
minimum actions recommended to clean
up a broken light containing mercury, and
will be updated if the EPA identifies more
effective cleanup practices.
The latest EPA procedures can
be viewed on their website at
www.epa.gov/cfl/cflcleanup.html.
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Maintenance
BEFORE CLEANUP
• Have people and pets leave the room,
and avoid the breakage area on the way
out.
• Open a window or door to the outdoors
and leave the room open for 5 - 10
minutes.
• Shut off the central forced air heating/air
conditioning (H&AC) system.
• Collect materials you will need to clean
up the broken bulb:
A. Stiff paper or cardboard
B. Sticky tape (e.g., duct tape)
C. Damp paper towels or disposable
wet wipes (for hard surfaces)
D. Glass jar with a metal lid (such as
a canning jar) or a seal-able plastic
bag(s)
DURING CLEANUP
• Be thorough in collecting broken glass
and visible powder.
• Place cleanup materials in a sealable
container.
AFTER CLEANUP
• Promptly place all bulb debris and
cleanup materials outdoors in a trash
container or protected area until
materials can be disposed of properly.
Avoid leaving any bulb fragments or
cleanup materials indoors.
• If practical, continue to air out the room
where the bulb was broken and leave
the heating/air conditioning system shut
off for several hours.
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Section 3
Cleanup Steps for Hard Surfaces
1.
Carefully scoop up glass fragments and
powder using stiff paper or cardboard
and place debris and paper/cardboard
in a glass jar with a metal lid. If a glass
jar is not available, use a sealable
plastic bag.
NOTE: Since a plastic bag will not prevent
the mercury vapor from escaping, remove
the plastic bag(s) from the home after
cleanup.
2. Use sticky tape, such as duct tape,
to pick up any remaining small glass
fragments and powder. Place the used
tape in the glass jar or plastic bag.
3. Wipe the area clean with damp paper
towels or disposable wet wipes. Place
the towels in the glass jar or plastic
bag.
NOTE: Vacuuming of hard surfaces during
cleanup is not recommended unless broken
glass remains after all other cleanup
steps have been taken. It is possible
that vacuuming could spread mercury
containing powder or mercury vapor,
although available information on this
problem is limited.
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Section 3
If vacuuming is needed to ensure removal
of all broken glass, keep the following tips
in mind:
• Keep a window or door to the outdoors
open.
• Vacuum the area where the bulb was
broken using the vacuum hose, if
available; and remove the vacuum bag
(or empty and wipe the canister) and
seal the bag/vacuum debris, and any
materials used to clean the vacuum, in a
plastic bag.
• Promptly place all bulb debris and
cleanup materials, including vacuum
cleaner bags, outdoors in a trash
container or protected area until
materials can be disposed of properly.
• Check with your local or state
government about disposal
requirements in your area. Some states
and communities require fluorescent
bulbs (broken or unbroken) be taken to a
local recycling center.
• Wash your hands with soap and water
after disposing of the jars or plastic
bags containing bulb debris and cleanup
materials.
• Continue to air out the room where the
bulb was broken and leave the H&AC
system shut off, as practical, for several
hours.
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Maintenance
Cleanup Steps for Carpeting or Rugs
1.
Carefully scoop up glass fragments and
powder using stiff paper or cardboard
and place debris and paper/cardboard
in a glass jar with a metal lid. If a glass
jar is not available, use a sealable
plastic bag.
NOTE: Since a plastic bag will not prevent
the mercury vapor from escaping, remove
the plastic bag(s) from the home after
cleanup.
2. Use sticky tape, such as duct tape,
to pick up any remaining small glass
fragments and powder. Place the used
tape in the glass jar or plastic bag.
NOTE: Vacuuming of hard surfaces during
cleanup is not recommended unless broken
glass remains after all other cleanup
steps have been taken. It is possible
that vacuuming could spread mercury
containing powder or mercury vapor,
although available information on this
problem is limited.
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Maintenance
If vacuuming is needed to ensure removal
of all broken glass, keep the following tips
in mind:
• Keep a window or door to the outdoors
open.
• Vacuum the area where the bulb was
broken using the vacuum hose, if
available; and remove the vacuum bag
(or empty and wipe the canister) and
seal the bag/vacuum debris, and any
materials used to clean the vacuum, in a
plastic bag.
• Promptly place all bulb debris and
cleanup materials, including vacuum
cleaner bags, outdoors in a trash
container or protected area until
materials can be disposed of properly.
• Check with your local or state
government about disposal
requirements in your area. Some states
and communities require fluorescent
bulbs (broken or unbroken) be taken to a
local recycling center.
• Wash your hands with soap and water
after disposing of the jars or plastic
bags containing bulb debris and cleanup
materials.
• Continue to air out the room where the
bulb was broken and leave the H&AC
system shut off, as practical, for several
hours.
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Section 3
FUTURE CLEANING OF CARPETING OR
RUGS
1. Air out the room during and after
vacuuming.
2. The next several times you vacuum the
rug or carpet:
A. Shut off the H&AC system.
B. Close the doors to other rooms.
C. Open a window or door to the
outside before vacuuming.
D. Change the vacuum bag after each
use in this area.
NOTE: After vacuuming is completed, keep
the H&AC system shut off and the window
or door to the outside open, as practical,
for several hours.
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