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Power Soak Continuous Motion Ware Washing Manual
OPERATOR MANUAL
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, KEEP FOR OPERATOR
This manual provides information on installation, operation,
maintenance, trouble shooting & replacement parts for:
POWER SOAK INTRO,
CONTINUOUS MOTION
WARE WASHING
THIS MANUAL MUST BE RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND
WARNINGS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
WARNING / FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service
or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or
death. Read the installation, operating and maintenance
instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this
equipment.
NOTIFY CARRIER OF DAMAGE AT ONCE
It is the responsibility of the consignee to inspect the container upon receipt of
same and to determine the possibility of any damage, including concealed damage. Unified Brands suggests that if you are suspicious of damage to make a
notation on the delivery receipt. It will be the responsibility of the consignee to file
a claim with the carrier. We recommend that you do so at once.
Manufacture Service/Questions 888-994-7636.
Information contained in this document is known to be current and accurate at the time
of printing/creation. Unified Brands recommends referencing our product line websites,
unifiedbrands.net, for the most updated product information and specifications.
PART NUMBER 44676, REV C (10/18)
1055 Mendell Davis Drive
Jackson, MS 39272
888-994-7636, fax 888-864-7636
unifiedbrands.net
IMPORTANT - READ FIRST - IMPORTANT
BE SURE TO READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW ALL DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION MESSAGES LOCATED IN THIS GUIDE AND ON THE EQUIPMENT.
PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE HAZARD
WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
WILL CAUSE EXTENSIVE EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
PROPERTY DAMAGE HAZARD
WILL RESULT IN PROPERTY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
CHEMICAL HAZARDWILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. INSTRUCTIONS, LABELS AND MATERIAL SAFETY
DATA SHEETS (MSDSS) SHOULD BE SUPPLIED WITH ALL DETERGENTS AND SANITIZING
CHEMICALS. THE MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF THE CLEANING CHEMICALS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THIS INFORMATION.
PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD
HAZARD FROM SHARP OBJECTS. WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
DROWNING HAZARDWILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
CHILD HAZARD CHILDREN MUST NOT BE ALLOWED TO PLAY IN THE SINKS, ON COUNTERTOPS OR WITH THE
CONTROLS OF THE POWER PREP ADVANCED. CLEANING OR USE OF THIS MACHINE MUST ONLY
BE DONE BY PERSONNEL TRAINED AND QUALIFIED BY THE FACILITY MANAGER. THIS MACHINE
MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR USE BY PERSONS WITH REDUCED PHYSICAL, SENSORY OR MENTAL
CAPABILITIES OR BY THOSE WHO LACK EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, AND UNDERSTANDING
OF THE HAZARDS INVOLVED. THERE IS A POTENTIAL OF DROWNING FOR ANY PERSON WHOSE
HEAD BECOMES SUBMERGED IN THE FLUID CONTAINED IN THE SINKS ALONG WITH OTHER
HAZARDS IDENTIFIED IN THIS MANUAL.
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IMPORTANT - READ FIRST - IMPORTANT
Thank you for purchasing a Power Soak ware washing system. Your new Power Soak pot, pan and utensil washing system will provide
years of dependable, efficient and trouble-free service.
As a Power Soak owner, you will benefit in numerous ways:
• Your ware washing operation will be more efficient.
• Pots, pans and utensils will be cleaner.
• The overall level of sanitation in your scullery area will improve.
• Ware washing hours will decrease as employee morale increases.
• Chemical and water usage will decrease.
Every system is manufactured to last, with only high-quality, heavy-duty, 14 gauge stainless steel used in its construction. All electrical
components used in a Power Soak system are of the highest quality. The faucets and drains are designed for quick filling and emptying
of the system’s sinks.
At Unified Brands, we take pride in manufacturing the Power Soak line and are committed to standing behind our customers and
products 100%. Should you ever need assistance, please contact us directly at the factory by dialing 800-444-9624 or email
tspowersoak@unifiedbrands.net.
Retain this manual for future reference.
NOTICE:
DUE TO A CONTINUOUS PROGRAM OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT, UNIFIED BRANDS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES IN
DESIGN AND SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
NOTICE:
PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION. IF CERTAIN RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES ARE NOT
FOLLOWED, WARRANTY CLAIMS WILL BE DENIED.
MODEL NUMBER _________________________
SERIAL NUMBER _________________________
INSTALLATION DATE ______________________
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Table of Contents
Important Operator Notices ....................................................... page 2-3
Equipment Description .................................................................. page 5
Installation .................................................................................... page 6
Electrical Requirements ............................................................ page 6
Plumbing Requirements............................................................. page 6
Decommissioning....................................................................... page 6
Operation ............................................................................... page 7-10
Preparing the System ................................................................. page 7
Adding Detergents & Sanitizers .................................................. page 8
Controls .................................................................................... page 9
Maintenance ................................................................................ page 11
Troubleshooting ........................................................................... page 12
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Equipment Description
SAMPLE CONFIGURATIONS
Length
FLOW CONFIGURATION
84"
90"
96"
102"
Model No.
Voltage
Flow
PSI6-84L-30-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-84L-30-230-1PH
230/60/1
Left to
Right
PSI6-84R-30-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-84R-30-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-90L-36-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-90L-36-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-90R-36-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-90R-36-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-96L-36-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-96L-36-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-96R-36-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-96R-36-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-102L-42-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-102L-42-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-102R-42-208-1PH 208/60/1
PSI6-102R-42-230-1PH 230/60/1
End
Splash
Soiled Scrap
Drain
Board Sink
Wash
Tank
Rinse
Tank
Sanitzer
Tank
Clean
Drain
Board
End
Splash
Hemmed
-
12"
30" x 21” 14" x 21"
14" x 21"
14"
Hemmed
Hemmed
-
12"
36" x 21” 14" x 21"
14" x 21"
14"
Hemmed
Hemmed
-
12"
42" x 21” 14" x 21"
14" x 21"
14"
Hemmed
Hemmed
-
12"
42" x 21” 16" x 21"
16" x 21"
16"
Hemmed
Sanitzer
Tank
Clean
Drain
Board
End
Splash
Right
to Left
Left to
Right
Right
to Left
Left to
Right
Right
to Left
Left to
Right
Right
to Left
Length
FLOW CONFIGURATION
108"
Model No.
Voltage
Flow
PSI6-108L-42-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-108L-42-230-1PH
230/60/1
Left to
Right
PSI6-108R-42-208-1PH 208/60/1
PSI6-108R-42-230-1PH 230/60/1
114"
PSI6-114L-42-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-114L-42-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-114R-42-208-1PH 208/60/1
PSI6-114R-42-230-1PH 230/60/1
120"
PSI6-120L-42-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-120L-42-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-120R-42-208-1PH 208/60/1
PSI6-120R-42-230-1PH 230/60/1
126"
PSI6-126L-48-208-1PH
208/60/1
PSI6-126L-48-230-1PH
230/60/1
PSI6-126R-48-208-1PH 208/60/1
PSI6-126R-48-230-1PH 230/60/1
End
Splash
Soiled
Drain Scrap
Board Sink
Wash
Tank
Rinse
Tank
Hemmed
-
12"
42" x 21” 20" x 14"
20" x 14"
14"
Hemmed
Hemmed
-
12"
48" x 21” 20" x 14"
20" x 14"
14"
Hemmed
Hemmed
6"
12"
42" x 21” 20" x 14"
20" x 14"
20"
Hemmed
Hemmed
6"
12"
48" x 21” 20" x 14"
20" x 14"
20"
Hemmed
Right
to Left
Left to
Right
Right
to Left
Left to
Right
Right
to Left
Left to
Right
Right
to Left
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Installation
Please refer to the detailed installation instructions that were sent with your Power Soak
Basic system.
WARNING
THE INSTALLATION AND INITIAL
OPERATIONAL CHECK OF THE POWER SOAK
BASIC MUST BE PERFORMED ONLY BY
LICENSED AND CERTIFIED PLUMBERS AND
ELECTRICIANS.
WARNING
BE SURE TO FOLLOW ALL APPLICABLE
NATIONAL AND LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES
WHEN INSTALLING THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
AND/OR A NEW BREAKER. DO NOT CONNECT
THE MACHINE USING A POWER CORD AND
PLUG OR AN EXTENSION CORD OF ANY KIND.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
The electrical requirements of your new system are on the serial number plate located on
the front of the wash sink, adjacent to the control panel enclosure and a duplicate plate is
inside the enclosure.
All Power Soak Basic systems have a single point electrical connection, and a dedicated
circuit is required. The system is completely pre-wired and tested at the factory, and
a hard-wired connection from an appropriate power source junction box is all that is
required. The installer is to provide a watertight disconnect that should be incorporated in
the fixed wiring. Properly sized watertight conduit, fittings and parts are required, as well
as the appropriate gauge wire.
If your system is a “left-to-right” unit, you should locate the power source junction box at the
left end of the system. (The opposite would be true for a “right-to-left” system.) Ideally, the
junction box should be located on the wall directly behind the pump motor and control panel.
An equipotential bonding terminal is provided on the side of the wash tank and identified
with the symbol shown at the left of this statement. This terminal is used to make a
connection for properly grounding the machine. This connection must be completed by a
qualified electrical technician.
Symbol for Bonding Terminal
A wiring diagram is located in the system’s control panel enclosure. Specific part numbers
and part information can be obtained from the factory by calling 800-444-9624.
PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
Your unit requires the following plumbing connections:
• 3/4” (19mm) or 1/2” (12 mm) hot and cold water supply lines.
• Minimum 50 PSI cold water supply pressure
• One waste water connection (minimum 1 1/2” / 38mm).
Under no circumstances should hoses commonly used on domestic washing machines,
dish washers, etc. be used. If permanent, stationary plumbing is impossible, only pressureand temperature-rated all-metal corrugated flexible tubes or braided stainless hoses with
5/8” minimum inside diameter may be used.
DECOMMISSIONING
When it is time to decommission the Power Soak Basic, the components of the machine
are to be recycled. The electrical control panel and motor have materials that must not
be discarded into common trash disposal. Dispose of the control panel contents and the
motor through a proper waste electrical and electronic source or return the contents and
the motor to the source where the Power Soak Basic was purchased.
The metal in the sinks and control panel enclosure has value in the recycled metals
market. The owner of the Power Soak Basic can recover this value by directly contacting
a metal recycling facility and making arrangements to recycle the metal.
If any or all of the Power Soak Basic is returned to the source where it was purchased,
there will be no obligation for the Unified Brands representative to make any compensation
for the returned materials.
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Operation
PREPARING THE SYSTEM
Advanced Wash Insert (AWI)
A very useful optional accessory for your Power Soak Basic is the Advanced Wash Insert.
If your machine is equipped with an AWI, start by installing it. Refer to AWI Owners Manual
Supplement which came with your machine for installation steps and details. If you added
the option later, the manual can be obtained from the Unified Brands Service Department
at 800-444-9624 under part number 33754.
Filling the System
At the beginning of each day or shift, fill the sinks with water that is metered to
approximately the correct operating temperatures:
• Wash sink (115°F / 48°C)
• Rinse sink (75°F / 24°C)
• Sanitizer sink (75°F / 24°C)
All sinks should be filled to, but not above, the “waterline” marks.
Fill the wash sink (the sink with the water jets) with water that is approximately 115°F /
48°C. You can use the hot and cold taps on the faucet to adjust the water to the appropriate
temperature. A good rule of thumb is that the water should be hot to the touch but not so
hot that it is uncomfortable.
If your wash sink has dual waterlines, fill to the upper waterline when washing sheet pans
held in racks and to the lower waterline for all other purposes.
Rinse Water
If your method for rinsing wares is of the “submersion” type, fill the rinse sink (middle sink)
with water that is approximately room temperature, 75°F/24°C. There is no need to fill the
rinse sink if your location uses a sprayer for rinsing wares.
Sanitizer Water
Fill the sanitizer sink (the last sink) with water that is approximately room temperature,
75°F / 24°C.
Your chemical company should be aware of the following: The detergent must be low
foaming, metal/aluminum-safe and not excessively caustic. Most standard sanitizers are
acceptable.
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Operation
ADDING DETERGENTS & SANITIZERS
WARNING
THE POWER SOAK BASIC REQUIRES A LOWFOAMING DETERGENT THAT IS SAFE FOR
HUMAN HANDS. THE DETERGENT SHOULD
HAVE GOOD GREASE CUTTING ABILITIES
BUT NOT HAVE AN EXCESSIVELY HIGH OR
LOW PH LEVEL. A METAL/ALUMINUMSAFE FORMULA IS ESSENTIAL. CONSULT A
CHEMICAL PROVIDER FOR A SUITABLE DEEP
CLEANING CHEMICAL.
Manual Chemical Dispensing
After the sinks have been filled with water, add the proper amount of detergent and
sanitizer. The detergent goes into the wash sink (the sink with the water jets) and the
sanitizer goes into the sanitizer sink (the sink farthest from the wash sink).
Be sure to add the proper amount of chemicals to each sink. The amount to be used
should be determined by your chemical supplier. Do not add the detergent or sanitizer to
the sink prior to or during filling.
Most detergents and sanitizers lose effectiveness as time goes on. Some local health
departments have requirements limiting the amount of time water can be used for
cleaning before the water should be changed. Most chemical companies recommend
changing wash water after a certain time. Those times vary but are generally around four
hours. Check with your chemical provider.
Check with your chemical provider about how often to replace your sanitizer.
Requirements for Detergents and Sanitizers
Detergents
Improper detergents may damage equipment! Use of the correct detergent in your Power
Soak system is critical to its washing performance. If you are having problems with
cleaning results, please contact the factory.
The Power Soak Basic requires a low-foaming detergent that is safe for human hands.
The detergent should have good grease cutting abilities but not have an excessively high
or low pH level. A metal/aluminum-safe formula is essential. Consult a chemical provider
for a suitable deep cleaning chemical.
Sanitizers
The method of sanitizing used in your Power Soak system is a “chemical sanitizing”
method. There are a number of products on the market that work well. Your chemical
sales representative should assist you in selecting the proper sanitizer for your application.
Check with your cleaning chemical provider to determine detergent concentration,
sanitizer concentration (ppm), and sanitizer submersion times to meet local health codes.
Factory Assistance
If your chemical sales representative is having difficulty selecting a detergent or sanitizer,
or if you are getting poor results with the chemicals your representative has recommended,
please contact the factory at 800-444-9624.
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Operation
CONTROLS
Starting and Stopping the Wash Action
To start the wash action, turn the red and black handle clockwise to the “ON” position. A
strong “rolling” action of the water in the wash sink should begin.
To stop the wash action, turn the red and black handle counter-clockwise to the “OFF”
position.
Introducing Pots and Pans to the Power Soak
Dirty pots and pans should be brought to the Power Soak in a timely manner. Do not allow
items to sit and air dry. The quicker that items are brought to the Power Soak and put in
the wash tank, the easier they are to clean.
Properly Scrapping Pots and Pans
Excess soils should be removed from the pots and pans prior to dropping them in the
wash sink.
Deposit the excess soils into a garbage can.
Some systems may have an optional pre-scrapping area with a pre-rinse spray. If so, soils
may be deposited into the scrapper sink.
WARNING
RUNNING THE MACHINE WITHOUT WATER IN
THE WASH SINK WILL CAUSE DAMAGE THAT
IS NOT COVERED BY THE WARRANTY.
Loading and Using the Wash Sink
The Power Soak is a “random loading” system. This means that Power Soak items are not
racked for washing. Instead, they are randomly loaded one at a time.
An exception are sheet pans which may be held in racks specially designed for this
purpose. These racks are an optional accessory for your Power Soak Basic.
WARNING
WARES TUMBLING IN THE POWER SOAK
WASH SINK MAY SPLASH FLUID FROM THE
SINK CREATING A WET FLOOR IN FRONT OF
THE POWER SOAK WASH SINK. BE AWARE
THAT A WET FLOOR MAY CAUSE A PERSON
TO SLIP AND FALL LEADING TO A SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
As items are brought to the system and scrapped, they should be immediately dropped
into the wash sink.
If there is no movement of items in the wash sink, or if items are stationary above the
waterline, the system has been overloaded and some items must be removed.
It is very important not to overload the wash sink, as it reduces the effectiveness of the
wash action.
Some pots and pans stack for storage. This is referred to as “nesting” when it occurs
during Power Soak operation. Make sure that nested items are separated and loaded one
at a time. Nested items in the wash sink will not be properly washed.
Power Soak is a “continuous motion” system. This means that the system does not
operate on a set cycle time like cabinet-type washing systems. Instead, during normal
operating hours where washing is required, the system is (normally) left running. The
Power Soak is energy efficient, and it does not cause excessive wear to leave it running
continuously.
Typically, it takes between three to fifteen minutes to wash most items. Some heavily
soiled wares or items with burnt-on soils may take longer to clean.
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Operation
WARNING
DO NOT PLACE KNIVES OR OTHER SHARP
OBJECTS IN THE POWER SOAK. ALLOWING
KNIVES OR OTHER SHARP OBJECTS TO
TUMBLE FREELY IN THE POWER SOAK SINK
MAY CAUSE BODILY INJURY.
KNIVES AND OTHER SHARP OBJECTS
MUST BE WASHED BY HAND WITH THE
PUMP MOTOR TURNED OFF. WASH, RINSE
AND SANITIZE THE KNIFE OR SHARP
OBJECT, WITHOUT LETTING GO OF THE
ITEM. IMMEDIATELY PLACE THE ITEM INTO
PROPER STORAGE.
A FULLY LOADED UTENSIL BASKET CAN BE
VERY HEAVY. UNLOAD THE BASKET PRIOR
TO LIFTING THE BASKET OUT OF THE SINK.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LIFT A FULLY LOADED
UTENSIL BASKET. ATTEMPTING TO LIFT A
FULLY LOADED UTENSIL BASKET CAN CAUSE
A MUSCLE STRAIN.
BE SURE TO ADJUST KNOBS ON THE SPRAY
RINSE AND ALL WATER FAUCETS SO THAT
THE WATER TEMPERATURE IS BELOW 120°F
(49°C). HIGHER TEMPERATURES CAN CAUSE
SCALDING.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OCCUPY ANY OF THE
SINKS ON THE POWER SOAK MACHINE. BE
CAUTIOUS NOT TO FALL INTO ANY OF THE
SINKS ON THE POWER SOAK MACHINE.
THE FLUID DEPTH IS SUFFICIENT FOR A
PERSON’S HEAD TO BE SUBMERGED AND
CAUSE A DROWNING DEATH.
Loading and Washing Utensils
An optional accessory for your Power Soak Basic system is a utensil basket that hangs
in the wash sink. All utensils and other small wares should be loaded into and washed
inside this basket.
Unloading the Wash Sink
The employee responsible for pot washing should routinely pass by the Power Soak and
remove clean items from the wash sink.
Items that are not 100% clean can be quickly finished off with a scrub pad or dropped
back into the wash sink for additional cleaning.
Remember: it is not necessary to turn the wash action off to load or unload items from the
wash sink. There are no moving parts within the wash sink that could cause bodily harm.
Rinsing Pots and Pans
Clean items that have been removed from the wash sink should be thoroughly rinsed.
This is achieved by spraying them off or dipping them in the rinse sink (center sink).
It is important that any remaining detergent residue be removed from the items prior to
sanitizing them.
If items are rinsed by the “dipping” method, it is important to keep the water “fresh” by
frequently draining and filling the rinse sink.
Sanitizing Pots and Pans
After items have been properly rinsed they must be sanitized in the sanitizing sink. This is
the sink farthest from the wash sink.
It is necessary for each item to remain immersed in the sanitizing solution for a specific
amount of time. The time varies according to the type of sanitizer being used and local
health codes.
Be sure to follow your chemical sales representative’s instructions to ensure that all items
are properly sanitized.
Drying of Pots and Pans
After items have been sanitized, they should be thoroughly dried on a clean drain board or
on adjacent drying shelves.
Be sure to adhere to all local health codes and recommendations for proper drying and
stacking of items.
Wash, Rinse and Sanitizer Clean-Up
Between each water change and at the end of each night, all sinks and drain boards
should be thoroughly cleaned with hot, soapy water.
It is also recommended to wipe down all the sinks and drain boards with a sanitizing
agent. Ask your chemical provider to recommend a sanitizer for this application.
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Maintenance
IMPORTANT
TURN OFF THE POWER TO THE POWER SOAK
BASIC AT THE MAIN BREAKER PRIOR TO
PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING TASK!
Your Power Soak Basic system requires minimal routine preventive maintenance. As
such, the following should be done on a routine basis to ensure that your system remains
reliable.
Clean the pump motor fan shroud with a damp, soapy rag each month. The motor shroud
is the “vented” cover located at the end of the motor (closest to the control panel). This will
prevent grease and dust from accumulating in the cover’s openings which can obstruct
the airflow that cools the motor.
De-lime the wash sink monthly. Simply add a de-liming agent to a sink of warm, fresh
water and run the system. Ask your chemical sales representative to recommend a
specific de-liming agent and treatment time.
There are no other preventive maintenance procedures that you will need to perform on
your Power Soak Basic system. You need not be concerned about greasing the motor
bearings, as they are permanently sealed. If you have any questions regarding the
preventive maintenance procedures, please contact the factory at 800-444-9624.
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Troubleshooting
FACILITY OWNER/MANAGER
THE ONLY TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE
THAT THE FACILITY OWNER OR MANAGER
CAN PERFORM IS LISTED IMMEDIATELY
BELOW. ALL OTHER PROCEDURES MUST BE
PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE
AGENCY. TO OBTAIN THE NAME OF A
RECOMMENDED SERVICE AGENT IN YOUR
AREA, PLEASE CALL THE UNIFIED BRANDS
SERVICE DEPARTMENT AT 800-444-9624.
THERE ARE HAZARDS TO UNTRAINED
OR UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL. THE
FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ARE PROVIDED
FOR USE ONLY BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE
AGENCY. NO FACILITY OWNER, MANAGER,
EMPLOYEE OR OTHER UNAUTHORIZED
PERSON SHOULD ATTEMPT TO PERFORM
ANY OF THESE PROCEDURES. TO OBTAIN
THE NAME OF A RECOMMENDED SERVICE
AGENT IN YOUR AREA, PLEASE CALL THE
UNIFIED BRANDS SERVICE DEPARTMENT AT
800-444-9624.
WHEN PERFORMING TROUBLESHOOTING
PROCEDURES, THE AUTHORIZED SERVICE
AGENCY WILL NEED TO OPEN THE POWER
SOAK MACHINE’S MAIN ELECTRICAL
ENCLOSURE COVER. THE COVER TO THE
ENCLOSURE MUST BE PROPERLY CLOSED
BEFORE RECONNECTING THE POWER TO THE
MACHINE.
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Pump Will Not Operate
• Check to make sure the main electrical power breaker for the Power Soak Basic
system is in the “ON” position.
• Check the motor over-temperature button to make sure it is not tripped. The button
is found on the junction box of the motor. NOTE: If the over-temperature safety
has tripped, consult the Unified Brands Service Department at 800-444-9624 or an
authorized service agency to determine why.
• Check to make sure the wash sink is filled to the waterline.
• Check to make sure that food debris or paper/plastic serving aids have not clogged the
intake screen.
If the above trouble shooting procedures do not correct the problem, you must contact the
Unified Brands Service Department at 800-444-9624 or an authorized service agency.
AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENCY
Refer to the previous checklist under the “Facility Owner / Manager” before proceeding to
the following checklist items:
Pump Will Not Operate
• Check for low voltage to the unit while the motor is running using the nameplate data
for reference.
• Check the main power connection and wiring and make corrections as needed.
• If the motor over-temperature safety has tripped (found on the junction box of the
motor), investigate to determine why before resetting.
• Check for debris in the impeller. Remove the fan guard from the motor and spin the
motor with a fingertip. If there is enough resistance to prohibit spinning, the motor
and impeller must be removed from the volute so the debris can be removed from the
impeller and volute.
If the above troubleshooting guidelines do not correct the problem, it will be necessary to
contact Unified Brands Service Department at 800-444-9624.
1055 Mendell Davis Drive • Jackson MS 39272
888-994-7636 • 601-372-3903 • Fax 888-864-7636
unifiedbrands.net
© 2018 Unified Brands. All Rights Reserved. Unified Brands is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dover Corporation.
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