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Manitowoc RFF RNF UFF UNF Flake Nugget Installation Manual
Flake and Nugget Model
Ice Machines
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
Original Document
,Caution
Read this instruction before operating this equipment
Part Number 000015236 Rev 00 11/17
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 trouble-free 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.
nWarning
Follow these precautions to prevent personal injury
during installation of this equipment:
•
Installation must comply with all applicable equipment
fire and health codes with the authority having
jurisdiction.
•
To avoid instability the installation area must be
capable of supporting the combined weight of the
equipment and product. Additionally the equipment
must be level side to side and front to back.
•
Remove all removable panels before lifting and
installing and use appropriate safety equipment
during installation and servicing. Two or more people
are required to lift or move this appliance to prevent
tipping and/or injury.
•
Do not damage the refrigeration circuit when installing,
maintaining or servicing the unit.
•
Connect to a potable water supply only.
•
This equipment contains refrigerant charge. Installation
of the line sets must be performed by a properly
trained and EPA certified refrigeration technician aware
of the dangers of dealing with refrigerant charged
equipment.
•
Legs or casters must be installed and the legs/casters
must be screwed in completely. When casters are
installed the mass of this unit will allow it to move
uncontrolled on an inclined surface. These units must
be tethered/secured to comply with all applicable
codes. Swivel casters must be mounted on the front
and rigid casters must be mounted on the rear. Lock the
front casters after installation is complete.
•
Some 50 Hz models may contain up to 150 grams
of R290 (propane) refrigerant. R290 (propane)
is flammable in concentrations of air between
approximately 2.1% and 9.5% by volume (LEL lower
explosion limit and UEL upper explosion limit). An
ignition source at a temperature higher than 470°C is
needed for a combustion to occur. Refer to nameplate
to identify the type of refrigerant in your equipment.
Only trained and qualified personnel aware of the
dangers are allowed to work on the equipment.
This equipment is intended for indoor use only. Do not
install or operate this equipment in outdoor areas.
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.
nWarning
Follow these electrical requirements during installation of
this equipment.
•
All field wiring must conform to all applicable codes of
the authority having jurisdiction. It is the responsibility
of the end user to provide the disconnect means to
satisfy local codes. Refer to rating plate for proper
voltage.
•
This appliance must be grounded.
•
This equipment must be positioned so that the plug is
accessible unless other means for disconnection from
the power supply (e.g., circuit breaker or disconnect
switch) is provided.
•
Check all wiring connections, including factory
terminals, before operation. Connections can become
loose during shipment and installation.
DANGER
Follow these precautions to prevent personal injury
during use and maintenance of this equipment:
•
It is the responsibility of the equipment owner to
perform a Personal Protective Equipment Hazard
Assessment to ensure adequate protection during
maintenance procedures.
•
Do Not Store Or Use Gasoline Or Other Flammable
Vapors Or Liquids In The Vicinity Of This Or Any Other
Appliance. Never use flammable oil soaked cloths or
combustible cleaning solutions for cleaning.
•
All covers and access panels must be in place and
properly secured when operating this equipment.
•
Risk of fire/shock. All minimum clearances must be
maintained. Do not obstruct vents or openings.
•
Failure to disconnect power at the main power supply
disconnect could result in serious injury or death. The
power switch DOES NOT disconnect all incoming power.
•
All utility connections and fixtures must be maintained
in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.
•
Turn off and lockout all utilities (gas, electric, water)
according to approved practices during maintenance or
servicing.
•
Units with two power cords must be plugged into
individual branch circuits. During movement, cleaning
or repair it is necessary to unplug both power cords.
•
Never use a high-pressure water jet for cleaning on
the interior or exterior of this unit. Do not use power
cleaning equipment, steel wool, scrapers or wire
brushes on stainless steel or painted surfaces.
•
Two or more people are required to move this
equipment to prevent tipping.
•
Locking the front casters after moving is the owner’s
and operator’s responsibility. When casters are
installed, the mass of this unit will allow it to move
uncontrolled on an inclined surface. These units must
be tethered/secured to comply with all applicable
codes.
•
The on-site supervisor is responsible for ensuring that
operators are made aware of the inherent dangers of
operating this equipment.
•
Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord
or plug. All repairs must be performed by a qualified
service company.
n Warning
Follow these precautions to prevent personal injury while
operating or maintaining 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.
•
Crush/Pinch Hazard. Keep hands clear of moving
components. Components can move without warning
unless power is disconnected and all potential energy is
removed.
•
Moisture collecting on the floor will create a slippery
surface. Clean up any water on the floor immediately to
prevent a slip hazard.
•
Objects placed or dropped in the bin can affect human
health and safety. Locate and remove any objects
immediately.
•
Never use sharp objects or tools to remove ice or frost.
Do not use mechanical devices or other means to
accelerate the defrosting process.
•
When using cleaning fluids or chemicals, rubber gloves
and eye protection (and/or face shield) must be worn.
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.
nWarning
This product is hermetically sealed and contains
fluorinated greenhouse gas R404A.
Table of Contents
Safety Notices
Safety Notices.................................................................................................................... 3
Definitions........................................................................................................................ 3
Section 1
General Information
Model Numbers................................................................................................................. 7
Flake UnderCounter Models............................................................................................ 7
Flake Modular Models..................................................................................................... 7
Nugget UnderCounter Models......................................................................................... 7
Nugget Modular Models.................................................................................................. 7
Adapters............................................................................................................................ 8
RFF2500 Bin Adapter Installation..................................................................................... 8
Warranty Information........................................................................................................ 8
Arctic Pure Water Filter System.......................................................................................... 8
Manitowoc Cleaner and Sanitizer....................................................................................... 8
Section 2
Installation Instructions
Location of Ice Machine...................................................................................................... 9
Clearance Requirements.................................................................................................. 9
Installation Requirements.................................................................................................. 9
Ice Machine Heat of Rejection............................................................................................ 9
Water and Drain Requirements........................................................................................ 10
Potable Water Requirements......................................................................................... 10
Drain Connections.......................................................................................................... 10
Cooling Tower Applications............................................................................................ 10
Ice Machine Water Usage.............................................................................................. 10
Water Supply and Drain Line Sizing/Connections..........................................................11
Electrical Service.............................................................................................................. 12
Voltage........................................................................................................................... 12
Fuse/Circuit Breaker....................................................................................................... 12
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter.................................................................................... 12
Minimum Power Cord Specifications.............................................................................12
For United Kingdom Only............................................................................................... 12
Maximum Breaker Size & Minimum Circuit Amperage Chart............................................ 13
QuietQube Remote Condensing Unit.............................................................................13
Refrigeration System Installation
Remote Condensing Unit Only ......................................................................................... 14
Usage with Non-Manitowoc Condensing Units.............................................................14
Refrigeration Line Set Installation
Remote Condensing Unit Only.......................................................................................... 15
General........................................................................................................................... 15
A. Line Set Length........................................................................................................... 15
B. Line Set Rise or Drop.................................................................................................. 15
C. Suction Line Oil Traps................................................................................................. 16
Installation Check List....................................................................................................... 18
Additional Checks for QuietQube Models......................................................................... 18
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Table of Contents (continued)
Section 3
Operation
Bin Thermostat and Evaporator Low Temperature Safety Adjustment Chart..................... 19
Thermostat Adjustment for Altitude................................................................................. 19
Altitude Adjustment Chart............................................................................................. 19
UFF0200/UFF0350/UNF0200/UNF0300 Operation ........................................................... 20
RFF0320 & RNF0320 Operation......................................................................................... 20
RNF0620/RFF0620/RNF1100/RFF1300/RFF2500 Operation.............................................. 20
Section 4
Maintenance
Interior Cleaning and Sanitizing........................................................................................ 21
Cleaning/Sanitizing Procedure....................................................................................... 21
Heavily Scaled Cleaning Procedure................................................................................ 21
Exterior Cleaning.............................................................................................................. 21
Cleaning/Sanitizing Procedure.......................................................................................... 21
Procedure to Clean Heavily Scaled Flake Ice Machines...................................................... 22
Removal of Parts for Cleaning/Sanitizing.......................................................................... 23
Ice Chute Removal......................................................................................................... 23
Air-Cooled Condenser Cleaning........................................................................................ 24
Removal from Service/Winterization................................................................................ 24
Water-Cooled Ice Machines........................................................................................... 24
Section 5
Troubleshooting
Checklist........................................................................................................................... 25
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Section 1
General Information
Model Numbers
This manual covers the following models:
FLAKE UNDERCOUNTER MODELS
NUGGET UNDERCOUNTER MODELS
Self-Contained
Air-Cooled
UFF0200A
UFF0350A
Self-Contained
Air-Cooled
UNF0200A
UNF0300A
FLAKE MODULAR MODELS
Self-Contained Self-Contained
Air-Cooled
Water-Cooled
RFF0620A
--RFF1300A
--RFF2500A
RFF0620W
--RFF1300W
-----
NUGGET MODULAR MODELS
QuietQube
Head Section
--RFF1220C
--RFF2200C
---
RCUF Remote
Condensing
Unit
--RCUFF1200
--RCUF2200
---
Self-Contained Self-Contained
Air-Cooled
Water-Cooled
RNF0320A
RNF0620A
RNF1100A
--RNF0620W
RNF1100W
QuietQube
Head Section
----RNF1020C
RCUF Remote
Condensing
Unit
----RCUF1000
nWarning
Remove all ice machine panels before lifting and installing.
,Caution
Flake ice machines must be installed on a bin. Flake ice
machines cannot be installed on dispensers.
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General Information
Section 1
Adapters
Arctic Pure Water Filter System
RFF2500 BIN ADAPTER INSTALLATION
Engineered specifically for Manitowoc ice machines. This
water filter is an efficient, dependable, and affordable
method of inhibiting scale formation, filtering sediment, and
removing chlorine taste and odor.
nWarning
PERSONAL INJURY POTENTIAL
RFF2500 ice machines are not approved for use on B or D
series bins. RFF2500 ice machines ship with a bracket that
must be used when installing on F Series bins.
1. Refer to diagram. Place bracket on bin top and slide back
to engage.
2. Place ice machine on bin: ice machine must fit between
bracket and front ridge.
Manitowoc Cleaner and Sanitizer
Manitowoc Ice Machine Metal Safe Cleaner is available in
convenient 16 oz. (473 ml) bottles. Manitowoc Ice Machine
Sanitizer is available in 16 oz. (473 ml) and 1 gal (3.78 L)
bottles.
Cleaner Part Number
16 oz.
000000084
Sanitizer Part Number
16 oz.
9405653
1 Gallon 94-05813
Warranty Information
Visit www.manitowocice.com for:
•
Warranty Verification
•
Warranty Registration
•
View and download a copy of your warranty
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Part Number 000015236 Rev 00 11/17
Section 2
Installation Instructions
Location of Ice Machine
Installation Requirements
The location selected for the ice machine must meet the
following criteria. If any of these criteria are not met, select
another location.
•
The ice machine and bin must be level.
•
Install the bin drain and ice machine drain separately.
•
Ice machine drain must be vented.
•
Bin drain termination must have an air gap.
•
When local requires a backflow preventer must be
installed on water inlet lines.
•
The ice machine and bin must be sanitized after
installation.
•
Local water conditions may require treatment of the
water to inhibit scale formation, filter sediment, and
remove chlorine odor and taste.
Routine adjustments and maintenance procedures
outlined in this manual are not covered by the warranty.
•
The location must be free of airborne and other
contaminants.
•
This equipment is intended for indoor use only. Do not
install or operate this equipment in outdoor areas.
•
The air temperature must be at least 50°F (10°C), but
must not exceed 110°F (43°C).
•
The water temperature must be at least 37°F (3°C), but
must not exceed 90°F (32°C).
•
The location must not be near heat-generating
equipment or in direct sunlight.
•
•
The location must be capable of supporting the weight of
the ice machine and a full bin of ice.
•
The location must allow enough clearance for water,
drain and electrical connections in the rear of the ice
machine.
Ice Machine Heat of Rejection
•
The location must not obstruct airflow through or around
the ice machine.
CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS
Undercounter Units
Top
Sides
Back
Air-Cooled
0" (0 cm)
2" (5 cm)
8" (20 cm)
Water-Cooled
0" (0 cm)
2" (5 cm)
8" (20 cm)
NOTE: Allowance must be made for removal when the ice machine is built in. Removal
of the top panel is required for cleaning & sanitizing.
Modular Units
Top/Sides
Back
RCUF Units
Front/Back
Sides/Top
AirCooled
8" (20 cm)
5" (13 cm)
WaterCooled
8" (20 cm)
5" (13 cm)
QuietQube
Air-Cooled
0" (0 cm)
0" (0 cm)
Remote Condensing Unit
24" (61 cm)
6" (15.2 cm)
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Series
Ice Machine
UFF0200 RFF0320
RNF0320
RFF0620 - RNF0620
RNF1100
RFF1300
RFF2500
Heat of Rejection
A/C Btuh
2400
3075
5200
7500
7500
17000
Heat of Rejection
Peak Btuh
5000
4100
7700
10900
14000
29500
Ice machines, like other refrigeration equipment, reject heat
through the condenser. It is helpful to know the amount of
heat rejected by the ice machine when sizing air conditioning
equipment.
This information is also necessary when evaluating the
benefits of using water-cooled or remote condensers to
reduce air conditioning loads. The amount of heat added to
an air conditioned environment by an ice machine using a
water-cooled or remote condenser is negligible.
Knowing the amount of heat rejected is also important when
sizing a cooling tower for a water-cooled condenser. Use the
peak figure for sizing the cooling tower.
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Installation Instructions
Section 2
Water and Drain Requirements
POTABLE WATER REQUIREMENTS
Follow these guidelines to install water inlet lines:
•
Do not connect the ice machine to a hot water supply.
Be sure all hot water restrictors installed for other
equipment are working. (Check valves on sink faucets,
dishwashers, etc.)
•
If water pressure exceeds the maximum of 80 psig
(552 kPA) recommended pressure, obtain a water
pressure regulator.
•
Install a water shut-off valve and union for both the ice
making and condenser water lines.
•
Insulate water inlet lines to prevent condensation.
•
Plumbing must conform to local codes.
,Caution
Do not apply heat to water valve inlet fitting or overtighten. This will damage plastic water inlet connection.
DRAIN CONNECTIONS
Follow these guidelines when installing drain lines to prevent
drain water from flowing back into the ice machine and
storage bin:
•
Drain lines must have a 1.5 inch drop per 5 feet of run
(2.5 cm per meter), and must not create traps.
•
The floor drain must be large enough to accommodate
drainage from all drains.
•
Run separate bin and water-cooled condenser drain lines.
Insulate them to prevent condensation.
•
Vent the ice machine drain to the atmosphere. The ice
machine drain requires an 18" (46 cm) vent. Do not vent
the condenser drain on water-cooled models.
•
Drains must have a union or other suitable means to
allow in-place disconnection from the ice machine when
servicing is required.
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COOLING TOWER APPLICATIONS
A water cooling tower installation does not require
modification of the ice machine. The water regulator valve
for the condenser continues to control the refrigeration
discharge pressure.
It is necessary to know the amount of heat rejection, and
pressure drop through the condenser and water valves (inlet
and outlet) when using a cooling tower on an ice machine.
•
Water entering the condenser must not be lower than
37°F (3°C) or exceed 90°F (32°C).
•
Water flow through the condenser must not exceed 5 gal.
(19 L) per minute.
•
Allow for a pressure drop of 7 psi (48 kPa) between the
condenser water inlet and the outlet of the ice machine.
•
Water exiting the condenser must not exceed 110°F
(43°C).
ICE MACHINE WATER USAGE
Series
Ice Machine
UFF0200
RNF0320
RFF0320
RNF0620
RFF0620
RNF1100
RFF1300
RFF2500
Potable Water
Gal/100Lbs Ice
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
Condenser
Gal/100Lbs Ice
—
—
—
109
73
—
116
138
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Section 2
Installation Instructions
WATER SUPPLY AND DRAIN LINE SIZING/CONNECTIONS
Location
Potable
Water Inlet
Potable
Water Drain
Condenser
Water Inlet
Condenser
Water Drain
Bin Drain
Large Capacity Bin Drain
Water Temp
Min/Max
37°/90°F
(3°/32°C)
Water Pressure
Min/Max
20/80 psi
(138/552 kPA)
---
---
1/2" MPT
37°/90°F
(3°/32°C)
20/150 psi
(138/1034 kPA)
3/8" FPT
RFF2500 only = 1/2" FPT
---
---
1/2" MPT
-----
-----
3/4" FPT
1" FPT
VENT TUBE
18" (46 CM)
LONG
Fitting/Min Tubing Size
3/8" FPT
WATER SHUT-OFF VALVE
REQUIRED - ICE MAKING
WATER INLET TUBING 3/8"
MIN. I.D. (.95 CM)
ICE MAKING WATER
INLET TUBING 3/8"
MIN. I.D. (.95 CM)
SEPARATE BIN AND ICE
MACHINE DRAINS ARE
REQUIRED
ROUTE DRAIN TUBING TO
OPEN SITE DRAIN
MODULAR UNITS
VENT TUBE
18" (46 CM)
LONG
ROUTE
DRAIN
TUBING TO
OPEN SITE
DRAIN
UNDERCOUNTER UNITS
Typical Water Supply Drain Installation
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Installation Instructions
Section 2
Electrical Service
nWarning
All wiring must conform to local, state and national codes.
VOLTAGE
The maximum allowable voltage variation is ±10% of the
rated voltage at ice machine start-up (when the electrical
load is highest).
nWarning
The ice machine must be grounded in accordance with
national and local electrical codes.
All electrical work, including wire routing and grounding,
must conform to local, state and national electrical codes.
The following precautions must be observed:
•
The ice machine must be grounded.
•
A separate fuse/circuit breaker must be provided for each
ice machine.
•
A qualified electrician must determine proper wire size
dependent upon location, materials used and length of
run (minimum circuit ampacity can be used to help select
the wire size).
•
Check all ground screws in the control box and verify they
are tight before starting the ice machine.
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER
We do not recommend the use of a GFCI/GFI circuit
protection with our equipment. If a GFCI/GFI is required by
code, use a GFCI/GFI breaker rather than outlet which is
more prone to intermittent nuisance trips than panel circuit
breakers.
MINIMUM POWER CORD SPECIFICATIONS
The wire size to the receptacle is dependent upon
location, materials used, length of run, etc., so it must be
determined by a qualified electrician. Local, state or national
requirements will supersede our minimum requirements.
FOR UNITED KINGDOM ONLY
As the colors of the wires in the mains lead of the
appliance may not correspond with the colored markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
•
The wire which is colored green and yellow must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter E or by the earth ground symbol
or
colored green or green and yellow.
•
The wire colored blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or colored
black.
•
The wire colored brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or colored
red.
Importan
Observe correct polarity of incoming line voltage. Incorrect
polarity can lead to erratic ice machine operation. L1 is
the wire colored brown and L2/N is the wire colored blue.
FUSE/CIRCUIT BREAKER
A dedicated circuit and a separate fuse/circuit breaker are
required for each ice machine.
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Section 2
Installation Instructions
Maximum Breaker Size & Minimum Circuit Amperage Chart
Importan
Due to continuous improvements, this information is
for reference only. Please refer to the ice machine serial
number tag to verify electrical data. Serial tag information
overrides information listed on this page.
Series Ice
Machine
Voltage Phase
Cycle
UNF0200
UFF0200
UFF0350
UNF0300
RFF0320
RNF0320
RNF0620
115/1/60
115/1/60
115/1/60
115/1/60
115/1/60
115/1/60
115/1/60
115/1/60
208-230/1/60
115/1/60
208-230/1/60
208-230/1/60
208-230/3/60
RFF0620
RNF1100
RFF1300
RFF2500
Max
Fuse/
Circuit
Breaker
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
25 Amp
25 Amp
15 Amp
—
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
Air-Cooled
Min
Circuit
Amps
Total
Circuit
Amps
—
—
—
—
12.8
12.8
16.3
16.3
8.7
—
14.2
12.5
15.0
7.5
7.5
10.0
10.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Water-Cooled
Max
Min
Fuse/
Circuit
Circuit
Amps
Breaker
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
25 Amp
15.4
25 Amp
15.4
15 Amp
8.2
—
—
20 Amp
13.7
20 Amp
12.5
—
—
QuietQube
Max
Total
Fuse/
Circuit
Circuit
Amps
Breaker
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
15 Amp
2.9
—
—
15 Amp
1.4
—
—
NOTE: Maximum allowable voltage variation at compressor start-up is ±10% of voltage listed above and on the model/serial
plate.
QUIETQUBE REMOTE CONDENSING UNIT
Condensing Unit
RCUF1200
RCUF1000
RCUF2200
Voltage/Phase/Cycle
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/3
208-230/60/1
208-230/60/3
208-230/60/3
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Maximum Fuse/Circuit Breaker
15
15
15
15
15
Minimum Circuit Amps
15
15
15
15
15
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Installation Instructions
Section 2
Refrigeration System Installation
Remote Condensing Unit Only
QuietQube®
Ice Machine
RNF1100C
RFF1300C
RFF2200C
Remote Condensing
Unit
RCUF1000
RCUF1200
RCUF2200
*Line Set
Suction Line
5/8 inch
(15.9 mm)
RC 21/31/51
Factory Equipment Refrigeration Amounts
Line Set*
RC-21
RC-31
RC-51
Liquid Line
3/8 inch
(9.5 mm)
Importan
Manitowoc remote systems are only approved and
warranted as a complete new package. Warranty on the
refrigeration system will be void if a new ice machine
head section is connected to pre-existing (used) tubing or
condensing units or vice versa.
USAGE WITH NON-MANITOWOC CONDENSING UNITS
Manitowoc Remote Condensing Units are specifically
designed for usage with a QuietQube® Ice Machine Head
Section. Standard condensing units and Non-Manitowoc
condensing units are not approved for use with a
QuietQube® Ice Machine Head Section.
,Caution
The 60-month compressor warranty (including the
36-month labor replacement warranty) will not
apply if the Manitowoc Ice Machine and Manitowoc
Remote Condensing Unit are not installed according
to specifications. This warranty also will not apply if
the refrigeration system is modified with a condenser,
heat reclaim device, or other parts or assemblies not
manufactured by Manitowoc Ice.
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ICE MACHINE HEAD SECTION
Each ice machine condensing unit ships from the factory
with a R-404A refrigerant charge appropriate for the entire
system operation. The serial tag on the ice machine indicates
the refrigerant charge. The refrigerant charge is sufficient to
operate the ice machine in ambient temperatures between
-20°F (-28.9°C) and 120°F (48.9°C). With line set lengths of up
to 100 feet (30.5 m).
nWarning
Potential Personal Injury Situation
The QuietQube Condensing Unit contains the refrigerant
charge. Installation and brazing of the line sets must
be performed by a properly trained and EPA-certified
refrigeration technician aware of the dangers of dealing
with refrigerant-charged equipment.
REFRIGERATION LINE SETS/TRAP KIT
Refrigeration Rated Tubing and Trap Kits are shipped capped
with atmospheric pressure.
nWarning
Installation of a QuietQube® Condensing Unit may require
the use of special equipment for placement. Trained and
qualified personnel are required for proper rigging and
lifting.
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Section 2
Installation Instructions
Refrigeration Line Set Installation
Remote Condensing Unit Only
GENERAL
Refrigeration line set installations consist of vertical and
horizontal line set distances between the ice machine and
the condensing unit. The following guidelines, drawings and
calculation methods must be followed to assure proper oil
return and remote condensing unit/ice machine operation.
The refrigeration line set installer must be USA GovernmentEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified in proper
refrigerant handling and servicing procedures.
nWarning
The QuietQube Condensing unit contains refrigerant
charge. The two refrigeration valves must remain closed
until proper installation of the line sets is completed.
A. LINE SET LENGTH
100 feet (30.5 m) Length: The maximum measured length
the line set can be.
The receiver is designed to hold a charge sufficient to
operate the ice machine in ambient temperatures between
-20°F (-28.9°C) and 120°F (48.9°C), with line set lengths of up
to 100 feet (30.5 m). The maximum amount of line set which
can be exposed on the rooftop is 25% of the total length of
the line set.
Importan
QuietQube® ice machines will not function with line
sets greater than 100 feet (30.5 m). Do not attempt to
go beyond this distance and add refrigerant charge to
compensate!
B. LINE SET RISE OR DROP
nWarning
Disconnect electrical power to the ice machine head
section and remote condensing unit before proceeding.
Step 1
Verify Ice Machine and Remote Condensing Unit
Locations Are Within Guidelines
Prior to installation of the ice machine head section and
remote condensing unit be sure that the distance between
them is within the line set routing guidelines outlined in this
manual.
35 ft. (10.7 m)
MAX.
DISTANCE
Roof/Wall Penetration
If required, cut a 3-inch (76.2 mm) circular hole in the wall
or roof for routing of refrigeration tubing. A qualified person
must perform all roof penetrations.
Step 2 Route Refrigeration Tubing
Properly route refrigeration tubing between the ice machine
head section and the remote condensing unit.
35 feet (10.7 m) Rise: The maximum distance the remote
condensing unit can be above the ice machine.
15 ft. (4.5 m)
MAX.
DISTANCE
15 feet (4.5 m) Drop: The maximum distance the remote
condensing unit can be below the ice machine.
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Installation Instructions
Section 2
C. SUCTION LINE OIL TRAPS
,Caution
Do not form unwanted traps in refrigeration lines. Never
coil excess refrigeration tubing.
0 to 20 feet (0 to 6.1 m) Rise: No oil trap is required when
the condensing unit is located 20 feet (6.1 m) or less above
the ice machine head section.
21 to 35 feet (6.4 to 10.7 m) Rise: The suction line requires
an additional Oil Trap (“S” type) to be installed. Install
the trap as close as possible to midpoint between the
ice machine head section and remote condensing unit.
S-Trap Kits are available from Manitowoc.
Step 4 Connecting the line set
To prevent oxidation of the copper, purge line set and
condensing unit with dry nitrogen while brazing.
A. Connect the Line Set to the Remote Condensing Unit
The condensing unit is not shipped with a refrigerant charge.
Do not expose the refrigeration oil or system to atmosphere
for more than 15 minutes. The line set shut-off valves can
remain closed or be opened during brazing. Protected the
valves from heat during the brazing process. Wrap the valves
in a wet rag or other type of heat sink prior to brazing. Cool
braze joint with water immediately after brazing to prevent
heat migration to the valve.
MINIMIZE THE TIME THE
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM IS
EXPOSED TO THE ATMOSPHERE (15
MINUTES MAXIMUM)
SUCTION LINE
21 ft. (6.4 m)
OR MORE RISE
ADDITIONAL
TRAP KIT
REQUIRED
Step 3
LIQUID LINE
B. Connect the Line Set to the Ice Machine Head Section
•
Cut the suction and liquid tubing with a tubing cutter,
leaving enough tubing to easily braze.
•
Connect the line set.
•
Cool braze joint with water immediately after brazing to
prevent heat migration.
Lengthening or Reducing Line Set Lengths
,Caution
Do not form unwanted traps in refrigeration lines. Never
coil excess refrigeration tubing.
When the line set requires shortening or lengthening, do
so before connecting the line set to the ice machine head
section or the remote condensing unit.
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Section 2
Installation Instructions
Step 5
•
•
Pressure Test and Evacuate Line Set and Ice
Machine Head Section
Pressure testing and evacuation can be performed from
the ice machine head section or CVD condensing unit
shut-off valves.
Schrader valve core removal tools that allow for removal
and installation of the valve cores without removing
manifold gauge set hoses are recommended to decrease
the evacuation time.
•
Pressure test @ 150 psi (1000 kPa) for a minimum of
15 minutes.
•
Minimum evacuation level is 500 microns.
Step 6 Leak Check the Refrigeration System
Leak check the new line set connections at the ice machine
head section, condensing unit and S trap as well as all factory
joints throughout the entire system. Disconnect power to the
remote condensing unit. Place the rocker switch into the ON
position. This allows the low side and high side pressures to
equalize for leak checking. Place the rocker switch in the OFF
position. Connect power to the remote condensing unit and
allow system to pump down after leak checking is complete.
Step 7 Open the Valves Prior to Starting the Ice Machine
If the valves were not opened during the installation process,
they must be opned before operating the ice machine.
A. Backseat (open-turn counterclockwise) the suction
line shutoff valve.
B.
Backseat (open-turn counterclockwise) the liquid
line shutoff valve.
Importan
All refrigeration valve caps must be reinstalled to prevent
future refrigeration leaks.
Verify O-ring in Schrader valve caps are intact and reinstall on
shutoff valves to prevent refrigerant leakage. Replace shutoff
valve access caps and torque to the following specifications.
Torque Values
Stem
Caps
Schrader Core
18-20 ft. lbs. (24.4-27.1 Nm)
12-15 ft. lbs. (16.3-20.3 Nm)
1.5-3 in. lbs. (0.17-0.34 Nm)
Step 8 Insulation Requirements
To prevent condensation, the entire suction line must be
insulated. All insulation must be airtight and sealed at both
ends.
The following insulation requirements prevent condensation
at 90°F (32°C) ambient 90% Relative Humidity. If higher
humidity is expected, increase insulation thickness.
The entire suction line set requires:
Suction Line
Liquid Line
5/8 in. (16 mm)
3/8 in. (10 mm)
Min. Insulation
Thickness
3/8 in. (9 mm)
Suction Line
3/8 in. (9 mm)
Liquid Line
Importan
To prevent condensation, the entire suction line must be
insulated. All insulation must be airtight and sealed at
both ends.
The minimum requirements are for conditions at or below
90% humidity and 90°F (32°C) ambient. When higher
humidity will be experienced, or local code requires,
insulation wall thickness will need to be increased.
Verify suction and liquid line
shut-off valves are open before
operating the ice machine
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Installation Instructions
Section 2
Installation Check List
All Manitowoc ice machines are factory-operated and
adjusted before shipment. Adjustments and maintenance
procedures outlined in this manual are the responsibility of
the owner/operator and are not covered by the warranty.
 Is the ice machine level?
 Is the ice machine and adapter (when used) secured to
the dispenser?
 Have all of the electrical and water connections been
made?
 Has the supply voltage been tested and checked against
the rating on the nameplate?

Is there proper clearance around the ice machine for air
circulation?
 Is the ice machine grounded and polarity correct?
 Has the ice machine been installed where ambient
temperatures will remain in the range of 50° - 110°F
(10° - 43°C)?
 Has the ice machine been installed where the incoming
water temperature will remain in the range of 37° - 90°F
(3° - 32°C)?
 Is there a separate drain for the water-cooled
condenser?
 Is there a separate drain for the dispenser?
 Is the ice making water turned on?
 Are all electrical leads free from contact with
refrigeration lines and moving equipment?
 Has the owner/operator been instructed regarding
maintenance and the use of Manitowoc Cleaner and
Sanitizer?
 Has the owner/operator completed the warranty
registration card?
 Has the ice machine and bin been sanitized?
 Is the rocker switch set to ON?
Additional Checks for QuietQube Models
 Is the line set length, rise and drop within the
 Has the condenser/condensing unit been installed to
 Are the suction and liquid line shut-off valves open?
 Is the line set routed properly?
 Are both refrigeration lines to remote condensing
 Have the refrigeration lines been insulated and secured
guidelines?
unit run so they do not lay in water and are properly
insulated?
 Does the condenser fan motor(s) operate properly after
start-up?
prevent any roofing damage?
properly to prevent vibration?
 Has the RCUF remote condensing unit been located
where ambient temperatures will remain in the range of
-20° to 120°F (-29° to 48.9°C)?
 Is a refrigeration oil trap (S-trap) installed if the
condenser is installed 21 to 35 feet (6 to 11 m) above
the ice machine head?
 Have all the refrigeration fittings and joints been leak
checked?
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Section 3
Operation
NOTE: Flake and nugget ice machines use an auger to
remove ice from the evaporator. Occasional noises (creaks,
groans, squeaks, or pops) are a normal part of the ice making
process.
Thermostat Adjustment for Altitude
Bin Thermostat and Evaporator Low Temperature
Safety Adjustment Chart
Refer to table and adjust bin thermostat to match the
installation location altitude.
The bin thermostat sensing bulb is located in the ice chute
or bin and turns the ice machine on and off as the level
of ice in the ice chute or bin changes. The evaporator low
temperature safety protects the evaporator and compressor
from damage caused by water loss or gear motor failure.
NOTE: The screw located between the electrical terminals
sets the cut-in/cut-out differential and must never be
adjusted.
Bin Thermostat
Setting
5
5
4
5
5
3
3
3
3
3
Model
UNF0200
UFF0200
RFF0320
UFF0350
UNF0300
RNF0620
RFF0620
RNF1100
RFF1300
RFF2500
4
3
5
6
2
4
5
6
2
1
BIN THERMOSTAT
SMALL NUMBERS = LESS ICE IN BIN
LARGE NUMBERS = MORE ICE IN BIN
After adjustment verify the ice machine operates according
to the bin thermostat adjustment chart.
ALTITUDE ADJUSTMENT CHART
Altitude
Feet
Meters
2000
610
4000
1219
6000
1829
8000
2438
Bin Thermostat
Turn Screw Clockwise to Adjust
1/4 Turn
5/8 Turn
1 Turn
1 3/8 Turn
Adjustment Screw
7
1
3
Evaporator
Thermostat Setting
5
5
7
7
7
-----------
Installation at altitude will require an adjustment to allow the
ice machine to operate according to the thermostat setting
chart.
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EVAPORATOR LOW TEMPERATURE
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
INCORRECT SETTINGS WILL CAUSE ICE MACHINE
TO SHUT OFF
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Operation
Section 3
UFF0200/UFF0350/UNF0200/UNF0300 Operation
The ice machine will not start until:
A. The rocker switch is moved to “ON”.
B.
Ice does not contact the bin thermostat bulb.
C.
The water reservoir is full of water.
Placing the toggle switch in the ON position starts the gear
motor and refrigeration system. The float valve controls the
water inlet valve and water level. The freeze cycle ends when
ice contacts the bin thermostat. The ice machine will restart
when ice no longer contacts the bin thermostat.
SENSING BULB IS
LOCATED IN BIN
BIN THERMOSTAT
LOCATION
RNF0620/RFF0620/RNF1100/RFF1300/RFF2500
Operation
The ice machine will not start until:
A. The rocker switch is moved to “ON”.
B.
Ice does not contact the bin thermostat bulb.
C.
The water reservoir is full of water.
Placing the toggle switch in the ON position starts the gear
motor. After the rotation speed sensor verifies 10 minutes
of correct rotation, the time delay ends and the compressor
starts. The ice machine will continue to make ice until ice
contacts the bin thermostat. The ice machine remains off
until ice no longer contacts the bin thermostat.
BIN THERMOSTAT IS
LOCATED ON SIDE OF
CONTROL BOX
EVAPORATOR LOW
TEMPERATURE SAFETY
THERMOSTAT LOCATION
RFF0320 & RNF0320 Operation
The ice machine will not start until:
A. The rocker switch is moved to “ON”.
B.
Ice does not contact the bin thermostat bulb.
C.
The water reservoir is full of water.
Placing the toggle switch in the ON position starts the
gear motor and a 10 minute compressor time delay. The
compressor starts and the float valve controls the water
inlet valve and water level. The freeze cycle ends when ice
contacts the bin thermostat. The ice machine remains off
until ice no longer contacts the bin thermostat.
BIN THERMOSTAT
EVAPORATOR
THERMOSTAT
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Section 4
Maintenance
Interior Cleaning and Sanitizing
Cleaning/Sanitizing Procedure
Maintenance procedures covered in this manual are not
covered by the warranty.
Use Metal Safe Ice Machine Cleaner, part number
000000084.
,Caution
Use only Manitowoc approved Metal Safe Ice Machine
Cleaner (part number 000000084) and Sanitizer (part
number 9405653). Do not mix Cleaner and Sanitizer
solutions together. It is a violation of Federal law to
use these solutions in a manner inconsistent with their
labeling. Read and understand all labels printed on
bottles before use.
nWarning
Use Ice Machine Sanitizer part number 9405653.
Step 1 Remove front and top covers and set the toggle
switch to the OFF position.
Step 2
Remove all ice from the bin.
Step 3 Turn off the ice making water supply and drain
water from evaporator and reservoir.
Step 4
Remove the top cover from water reservoir.
Step 5
Follow the chart and premix cleaner and water.
Wear rubber gloves and safety goggles (and/or face
shield) when handling Ice Machine Cleaner or Sanitizer.
Amount of Water
1 gallon (4 Liters)
CLEANING/SANITIZING PROCEDURE
This procedure must be performed once every six months.
•
All ice must be removed from the bin.
•
The ice machine and bin must be disassembled, cleaned
and sanitized.
•
The ice machine produces ice with the cleaner and
sanitizer solutions.
•
All ice produced during the cleaning and sanitizing
procedure must be discarded.
HEAVILY SCALED CLEANING PROCEDURE
Perform this procedure if you have some or all of these
symptoms.
•
Grinding, popping or squealing noises from the
evaporator.
•
Grinding noise from gearbox.
•
Ice machine trips speed sensor.
NOTE: A Cleaning/Sanitizing Procedure must be performed
after this procedure.
Exterior Cleaning
Remove dust and dirt off exterior surfaces with mild
household dishwashing detergent and warm water. Wipe dry
with a clean, soft cloth.
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Amount of Metal Safe
Cleaner - Part Number
000000084
3 ounces (90 ml)
Step 6 Fill the evaporator and reservoir with cleaning
solution.
Step 7 Move the toggle switch to the ON position. The ice
machine will make ice with the cleaning solution and deposit
the ice in the bin. Add the remaining cleaner/water solution
as the water level in the reservoir drops.
NOTE: Do not allow the cleaner/water level to drop below
the minimum water level. The ice machine will discontinue
the cleaning cycle if the water float switch opens.
Step 8 After all of the cleaner/water solution has been
added, turn on the ice making water supply. Continue the
freeze cycle for 10 minutes to remove the cleaning solution
from the water circuit.
Step 9
Place the toggle switch in the OFF position.
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Maintenance
Section 4
Step 10 Refer to Removal of Parts for Cleaning/Sanitizing
and disassemble parts for hand cleaning/sanitizing.
Procedure to Clean Heavily Scaled Flake Ice
Machines
•
Hand clean all parts.
•
Rinse all parts with clear potable water.
Step 1 Remove front and top covers and set the toggle
switch to the OFF position.
•
Sanitize all parts — do not rinse after sanitizing.
Step 2
Remove all ice from the bin.
•
Spray all interior bin surfaces with sanitizer (do not rinse
sanitized areas).
Step 3
Turn off the ice making water supply.
•
Spray evaporator discharge spout.
Step 4
Remove the top cover from water reservoir.
Step 5
Refer to chart below:
Premix cleaner with lukewarm water in a non-metallic
container.
Model
Step 11 Reassemble ice machine.
Step 12 Turn off the ice making water supply.
Step 13 Refer to chart and premix water and sanitizer.
Amount of Water
1 Gallon (4 L) Water
Amount of Sanitizer
0.5 ounce (15 ml)
Step 14 Fill the evaporator and reservoir with sanitizer/
water solution.
Step 15 Move the toggle switch to the ON position. The ice
machine will make ice with the sanitizer/water solution and
deposit the ice in the bin. Add the remaining sanitizer/water
solution when the water level in the reservoir drops.
NOTE: Do not allow the sanitizer/water level to drop below
the minimum water level. The ice machine will discontinue
the cleaning cycle if the water float switch opens.
Step 16 After all of the sanitizer/water solution has been
added to the reservoir, turn on the ice making water supply.
UNF0200
UFF0200
UFF0350
UNF0300
RFF0320
RNF0620
RFF0620
RNF1100
RFF1300
RFF2500
Mix Cleaner and Water
Use Metal Safe Ice Machine
Water Reservoir
Cleaner, part number 000000084
Capacity
only
Cleaner
Water
14 oz (400 ml)
9 oz (266 ml)
5 oz (148 ml)
17 oz (500 ml)
11 oz (325 ml)
6 oz (177 ml)
34 oz (1 L)
23 oz (680 ml)
11 oz (325 ml)
68 oz (2 L)
46 oz (1.3 L)
22 oz (650 ml)
Step 6 Remove all water from the evaporator and water
reservoir. Add the entire cleaner/water solution and re-install
the reservoir cover.
Leave the cleaner/water solution in the evaporator for a
minimum of 4 hours.
Step 7 Remove all cleaner/water from the evaporator and
water reservoir.
Step 8 Follow the standard cleaning and sanitizing
procedures.
Step 17 Continue the freeze cycle for 30 minutes and then
discard all ice produced.
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Section 4
Maintenance
Removal of Parts for Cleaning/Sanitizing
nWarning
Disconnect electric power to the ice machine at the
electric switch box and wear rubber gloves and safety
goggles (or face shield) while handling cleaner or sanitizer.
ICE CHUTE REMOVAL
RFF0320/RNF0620/RFF0620/RNF1100/RFF1300/RFF2500
Only
Place the toggle switch in the OFF position, turn off the water
supply and disconnect electrical power to the ice machine.
10. Disconnect water supply.
11. Remove water reservoir cover.
,Caution
Do not mix Cleaner and Sanitizer solutions together. It
is a violation of Federal law to use these solutions in a
manner inconsistent with their labeling.
12. Remove microswitch and bin thermostat from the ice
chute.
13. Remove retainer, ice chute elbow and ice chute.
1. Turn off the water supply to the ice machine at the
water service valve.
2. Remove the components listed on the following pages
for cleaning and sanitizing.
3. Soak the removed part(s) in a properly mixed solution of
cleaner and water.
Solution Type
Water
Cleaner
1 gal. (4 L)
Mixed With
16 oz (500 ml) cleaner
Part Number 000000084
4. Use a soft-bristle brush or sponge (NOT a wire brush) to
carefully clean the parts.
5. Use the solution and a brush or sponge to clean all
disassembled components and the inside of the bin.
6. Rinse all cleaned parts with clear water.
7. Mix a solution of sanitizer and water.
Solution Type
Water
Sanitizer
3 gal. (11 L)
Mixed With
2 oz (60 ml) sanitizer
Part Number 9405653
8. Soak the parts in the sanitizer/water solution for 10
minutes. Use the sanitizer/water solution and a sponge
to sanitize all removed components and the inside of the
bin. Do not rinse the sanitized parts.
9. Continue with step 11 of the cleaning/sanitizing
procedure.
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Maintenance
Section 4
Air-Cooled Condenser Cleaning
nWarning
Disconnect electric power to the ice machine and the
remote condenser at the electric service switch before
cleaning the condenser.
A dirty condenser restricts airflow, resulting in excessively
high operating temperatures and reduced ice production.
Clean the condenser at least every six months.
,Caution
The condenser fins are sharp. Use care when cleaning
them.
1. Clean the outside of the condenser with a soft brush or
a vacuum with a brush attachment. Shine a flashlight
through the condenser to check for dirt between the
fins. If dirt remains, a method suitable to remove the
contamination must be used to ensure air flow.
2. Modular Units Only: Clean the washable filter with a
mild soap and water solution.
Removal from Service/Winterization
1. Clean and sanitize the ice machine.
2. Press the power button and turn off the ice machine.
3. Turn off the water supply, disconnect and drain the
incoming ice-making water line at the rear of the ice
machine and drain the water trough.
4. Energize the ice machine, wait one minute for the water
inlet valve to open and blow compressed air in both the
incoming water and the drain openings in the rear of the
ice machine to remove all water.
5. Press the power button and turn off the ice machine.
Disconnect the electric power at the circuit breaker or
the electric service switch.
6. Fill spray bottle with sanitizer/water solution and spray
all interior food zone surfaces. Do not rinse and allow to
air dry.
7. Replace all panels.
WATER-COOLED ICE MACHINES
1. Perform steps 1-6.
2. Disconnect the incoming water and drain line from the
water-cooled condenser.
3. Energize the ice machine in the freeze cycle. The
increasing refrigerant pressure will open the water
regulating valve.
4. Blow compressed air through the condenser until no
water remains.
5. Replace all panels.
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Section 5
Troubleshooting
Checklist
If a problem arises during operation of your ice machine, follow the checklist below before calling service. Routine adjustments
and maintenance procedures are not covered by the warranty.
Problem
Ice machine does not operate.
Possible Cause
No electrical power to the ice machine and/or
condensing unit.
High pressure cutout tripping.
Power switch set improperly.
Bin thermostat open or ice touching
thermostat probe.
No water in reservoir.
Gearmotor runs and no ice is produced
Low Production
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To Correct
Replace the fuse/reset the breaker/turn on
the main switch.
Clean condenser coil. (See Section 4)
Move the switch to the ON position.
Adjust thermostat or remove ice.
No water to ice machine, plugged filter, float
valve defective.
Check for ice or binding and close switch.
Air temperature must be at least 35°F (2°C).
Wait 10 minutes for time delay to expire.
Clean condenser coil and reset.
Thaw evaporator and retest - Call for service.
Perform cleaning procedure. (See Section 4)
Ice chute switch open.
Low air temperature around ice machine.
Time delay has not expired.
High pressure cutout tripping.
Low pressure control open.
Due for normal maintenance.
Ice machine starts and stops without a full bin
Perform cleaning procedure. (See Section 4)
of ice.
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Troubleshooting
Section 5
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