Lynx LM15ICER Care & Use Manual

Lynx LM15ICER Care & Use Manual
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR
LM15ICER
OUTDOOR CLEAR ICE MACHINE
CARE & USE/INSTALLATION
CONTENTS
Contents:
Warranty registration ..........................................................2
Safety information ...............................................................3
Unpacking your appliance ..................................................3
Installing your appliance ......................................................4
Leveling the appliance ....................................................4
Cabinet clearances .........................................................5
Electrical connection ......................................................5
Installing the drain plumbing ...............................................6
Gravity drain ...................................................................6
Drain pump .....................................................................7
Installing the water supply ...................................................8
Drain System Test .................................................................9
Ice maker operation ..........................................................10
Product dimensions ..........................................................12
Using your Electronic control ............................................14
Starting your appliance ..................................................14
Turning your appliance "ON" or "OFF" ..........................15
Control lock ...................................................................15
Door ajar alarm.............................................................15
Delay start / Vacation mode .........................................15
Error codes ...................................................................16
Options menu ...............................................................16
Normal and eco mode .............................................16
Cleaning your ice machine ..............................................17
Clean reminder ............................................................17
Clean mode ...............................................................17
Care and cleaning .............................................................19
Energy saving tips ............................................................19
Obtaining service .............................................................19
Troubleshooting the ice machine .....................................20
Preparing the ice machine for storage ...........................22
Drain pump removal .........................................................25
The Lynx Story ...................................................27
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CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
Warranty Registration:
It is important you send in your warranty registration card
immediately after taking delivery of your appliance or you
can register online at:
www.lynxgrills.com/support/registration
The following information will be required when registering
your appliance.
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Dealer’s name and address
The service/model number and serial number can be found
on the serial plate which is located inside the cabinet on the
left side near the top. (See Figure 1).
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Figure 1
SAFETY INFORMATION AND UNPACKING YOUR APPLIANCE
Important Safety Instructions
Warnings and safety instructions appearing in this guide are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that
may occur. Common sense, caution, and care must be exercised when installing, maintaining, or operating this appliance.
Recognize Safety Symbols,
Words, and Labels.
!
WARNING
WARNING - You can be killed or seriously injured
if you do not follow these instructions.
!
CAUTION
CAUTION-Hazards or unsafe practices which could
result in personal injury or property / product damage.
NOTE
NOTE-Important information to help assure a problem
free installation and operation.
!
WARNING
EXCESSIVE WEIGHT HAZARD
Use two or more people to move product.
Failure to do so can result in personal injury.
Remove Interior Packaging
Your appliance has been packed for shipment with all parts
that could be damaged by movement securely fastened.
Remove internal packing materials and any tape holding
internal components in place. The owners manual is
shipped inside the product in a plastic bag along with the
warranty registration card, and other accessory items.
Important
Keep your carton and packaging until your appliance
has been thoroughly inspected and found to be in good
condition. If there is damage, the packaging will be needed
as proof of damage in transit. Afterwards please dispose of
all items responsibly.
!
WARNING
WARNING - Dispose of the plastic bags which can
!
WARNING
State of California Proposition 65 Warning:
This product contains one or more chemicals known
to the State of California to cause birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
!
WARNING
State of California Proposition 65 Warning:
This product contains one or more chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer.
be a suffocation hazard.
Note to Customer
This merchandise was carefully packed and thoroughly
inspected before leaving our plant. Responsibility for its
safe delivery was assumed by the retailer upon acceptance
of the shipment. Claims for loss or damage sustained in
transit must be made to the retailer.
NOTE
DO NOT RETURN DAMAGED MERCHANDISE TO THE
MANUFACTURER - FILE THE CLAIM WITH THE
RETAILER.
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
!
CAUTION
If the appliance was shipped, handled, or stored in other
than an upright position for any period of time, allow the
appliance to sit upright for a period of at least 24 hours
before plugging in. This will assure oil returns to the
compressor. Plugging the appliance in immediately may
cause damage to internal parts.
!
WARNING
WARNING - Help Prevent Tragedies
Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of
the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still
dangerous - even if they sit out for "just a few hours".
If you are getting rid of your old refrigerator, please
follow the instructions below to help prevent
accidents.
Cabinet Clearance
Ventilation is required from the bottom front of the appliance.
Keep this area open and clear of any obstructions. Adjacent
cabinets and counter top can be installed around the
appliance as long as the front grille remains unobstructed.
Overlay door models with articulated hinges are intended
for built-in applications only.
!
CAUTION
Front Grille
Do not obstruct the front grille. The openings within the
front grille allow air to flow through the condenser heat
exchanger. Restrictions to this air flow will result in
increased energy usage, loss of cooling capacity and low
ice production. For this reason it is important this area not
be obstructed and the grille openings kept clean. Lynx Grills
does not recommend the use of a custom made grille as air
flow may be restricted. (See Figure 2).
Front Grille,
keep this area
open.
Before you throw away your old refrigerator or
freezer:
• Take off the doors or remove the drawers.
• Leave the shelves in place so children may not
easily climb inside.
Front Leveling
Legs
Rear
Leveling
Legs
Figure 2
!
CAUTION
Outdoor Installation
Do not install in a location where the ice machine will
be exposed to direct sun exposure as this may result in
unsatisfactory performance.
Select Location
The proper location will ensure peak performance of
your appliance. We recommend a location where the ice
machine will be out of direct sunlight and away from heat
sources. To ensure your product performs to specifications,
the recommended installation location temperature range
is from 55 to 90°F (13 to 32°C) for built in ice machines and
55 to 100°F (13 to 38°C) for freestanding ice machines.
Ice machines will not perform correctly in ambient
temperatures less than 55°F (13°C).
Leveling Legs
Adjustable legs at the front and rear corners of the
appliance should be set so the unit is firmly positioned on
the floor and level from side to side and front to back. The
overall height of your Lynx appliance may be adjusted
higher (by turning the leveling leg out) and lower (by turning
the leveling leg in). Cabinet height adjustment dimensions
are shown in Table "A".
To adjust the leveling legs, place the appliance on a solid
surface and protect the floor beneath the legs to avoid
scratching the floor. With the assistance of another person,
lean the appliance back to access the front leveling legs.
Raise or lower the legs to the required dimension by turning
the legs. Repeat this process for the rear by tilting the
appliance forward using caution. On a level surface check
the appliance for levelness and adjust accordingly.
The front grille screws may be loosened to raise and
lower the grille to the desired height. When adjustment is
complete tighten the two front grille screws. (See Figure 5).
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CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
Model
LM15ICER
Minimum
Height
Maximum
Height
33 ⁄4"
(85.7 cm)
34 ⁄4"
(88.3 cm)
3
3
Table A
Do not remove
ground prong
!
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
They can be hazardous and can degrade product
performance.
• This appliance should not, under any circumstances,
be installed to an un-grounded electrical supply.
• Do not remove the grounding prong from the power
cord. (See Figure 3).
• Do not use an adapter. (See Figure 4).
• Do not splash or spray water from a hose on the
appliance. Doing so may cause an electrical shock,
which may result in severe injury or death.
Electrical Connection
A grounded 115 volt, 15 amp dedicated circuit is required.
Figure 3
Figure 4
This product is factory equipped with a power supply cord
that has a three-pronged, grounded plug. It must be plugged
into a mating grounding type receptacle in accordance with
the National Electrical Code and applicable local codes
and ordinances (see Figure 6). If the circuit does not have
a grounding type receptacle, it is the responsibility and
obligation of the customer to provide the proper power
supply. The third ground prong should not, under any
circumstances, be cut or removed.
Figure 6
NOTE
Figure 5
Front grille
Front grille screw
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) are prone to
nuisance tripping which will cause the appliance to shut
down. GFCI’s are generally not used on circuits with power
equipment that must run unattended for long periods of
time, unless required to meet local building codes and
ordinances.
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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INSTALLING THE DRAIN PLUMBING
!
CAUTION
!
Failure to use an adequate drainage system, will result in
surrounding water damage and/or poor ice production.
!
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Reasonable care and safe methods should be practiced. Do NOT work with energized electrical equipment in a wet area. Read and follow the installation
instructions listed in this manual.
Drain Plumbing
Your ice machine requires drain plumbing. There are 2
variations of ice machines in regards to the installation of
the drain plumbing, without a drain pump (gravity drain),
and with a drain pump.
CAUTION
Observe and follow all local building codes
when installing this ice machine and drain
lines.
C
11
Figure 8
⁄16"
CAUTION
The gravity drain line must be routed no higher than 6"
(15.2 cm) off the floor to assure proper drainage.
Drain line coiled
and secured to
the back of the
unit
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11⁄4"
(3.2 cm)
CL
Drain access in
bottom of unit
4 ⁄32"
(10.4 cm)
3
147⁄8"
(37.8 cm)
21⁄4"(5.7 cm)
51⁄8" (13 cm)
417⁄32"
(11.5 cm)
21 ⁄2"
(54.6 cm)
1
Drain pipe, (not
provided)
Drain tubing, cut
to length and install in the drain
Access
panel
Figure 9
Figure 7
Uncoil the drain line, route
to an appropriate drain and
cut to the required length
L
(17mm)
Gravity Drain (no drain pump):
The ice machine is shipped with the drain line installed,
coiled and secured to the back of the cabinet as shown
in Figure 7. It can be uncoiled, routed to an appropriate
drain and cut to length as required. Additionally there is the
provision of drain routing through the cut-out in the bottom
of the unit, (see the gray area in Figure 8). A drain can be
installed in this gray area with the drain line cut to a short
length and positioned into the drain as shown in Figure 9,
or if the ice machine is to be built-in, the drain tube could be
routed through a hole in the floor in this gray area to a drain
below.
!
Water
supply
inlet
Sanitary
trap
INSTALLING THE DRAIN PLUMBING
Optional Drain Pump.
An optional drain pump is available if you have purchased
an ice machine without one and do not have access to a
gravity drain. Installation instructions are provided with the
optional drain pump. Contact Lynx Grills Customer Service
at 888.289.5969 or your dealer for ordering.
!
Drain line coiled and
secured to the back of the
cabinet. Uncoil, route to
an appropriate drain and
cut to length.
CAUTION
This drain pump is designed to be installed in Lynx ice
machines only and approved for use with water only.
!
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Risk of electrical shock or personal injury could occur
due to moving components, if the machine compartment
access cover is removed before unplugging the ice
machine power cord.
Drain pump
vent tube.
Keep this
open to
assure air
flows freely
as water
enters
the pump
reservoir.
Figure 10
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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INSTALLING THE WATER SUPPLY
Water Supply
!
CAUTION
Observe and follow all local building codes when installing
this appliance.
This ice machine must be connected to a potable cold
water supply line. delivering water pressure between a
minimum of 20 psi and a maximum of 120 psi.
Use 1⁄4" copper tubing for your water supply which is available
at any local hardware or plumbing supply store. Route the
1
⁄4" copper tubing to suit your installation being sure not
to kink the tubing. Purchase enough copper tubing length
to allow a coil to be formed behind the unit for a "service
loop" which will allow the appliance to be pulled out from
the installation for servicing or cleaning. (See Figure 11).
Connect the copper tubing to the "top side" of a cold water
pipe to prevent the ice-maker from plugging with sediment.
A shutoff valve is recommended on the water supply line to
ease servicing the appliance. NOTE: A SELF-PIERCING
TYPE VALVE IS NOT RECOMMENDED as they are prone
to clogging with sediment which will create pressure drop
reducing the water supply to the unit.
Connect the copper tubing water supply to the water valve
inlet with a 1/4" compression nut fitting.
IMPORTANT: Secure the water supply line to the back of
the cabinet with the screw and strain relief clamp provided
in the corner of the back panel. (See Figure 11).
Make certain all connections are watertight after
installation. Form the tubing so that it will not vibrate
against the cabinet body or kink when your appliance is
moved in and out of position.
Water
Supply
Line
Clamp and
Screw
Water supply
service loop
to shut off
valve
Water
supply
line
Figure 11
Back view of
ice machine
Compression
fitting
Water valve
inlet
This ice machine is designed to make clear ice from the
majority of water sources on a daily basis. If your results
are unsatisfactory, your water may need to be filtered or
treated. A water specialist can recommend proper water
treatment.
!
CAUTION
To prevent water leaks:
• The water line fitting is to be used with copper tubing
only. Do not use with plastic tubing.
• Do not use any thread sealers on this water line fitting.
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NOTE
Reverse osmosis, (RO), water, softened water, and deionized water are not recommended as they can adversely
affect the quality and quantity of the ice.
DRAIN SYSTEM TEST
!
CAUTION
Procedure for Testing Drain System
(both gravity and drain pump models)
Drain pump models have a safety feature that will interrupt power to the unit if a high-limit condition occurs to prevent
flooding. This safety feature can be initiated by a restriction in the drain system and will continue until high-limit condition
is corrected, at which time power will be restored to the unit. Power interruption can be detected when no icons are
visible in the display area of the user interface (Figure 12). Once power is returned, a startup chime will sound followed
by a self-test, and "OFF" should be visible in the display area.
On/off
Menu
Delay timer
ICE
hours
days
OFF
Lock
DOOR
1468
CLEAN
ECO
Figure 12: User interface display during power interruption.
Once the drain line is plumbed, perform the following:
1. Plug the ice machine into 115v power supply.
2. Place unit in the final installation location.
3. Turn the unit off via the user interface (display will indicate “OFF”). The drain pump will still be operational during off
mode if the unit has one.
4. Slowly pour 3-qts of water into the ice storage bin. All water should drain completely.
5. If water drains fully and without power interruption, the drain system has been successfully tested and further
installation of the ice machine can be continued.
6. If the water does not drain or a power interrupt occurs, check the following:
a. There are no kinks or restrictions in the drain line. (Note: Drain line needs to be cut to the required length and any
excess tubing should be removed to prevent possible restrictions).
b. Your drain line is plumbed into an open drain (Figure 13).
c. The vent tube on the back of the unit is open (Figure 14).
Drain pump vent
tube. Keep this
open to assure
air flows freely as
water enters the
pump reservoir.
Air gap
between
end of
drain line
and top of
water level
Sanitary trap
Figure 13: Example of an open drain.
Figure 14: Location of vent tube.
7. After checking the above requirements, repeat step 4 and verify the water drains completely without power
interruption. If problems persist call a qualified service technician and/or plumber.
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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OPERATION OF THE ICE MACHINE
The Ice Making Process
Your ice machine is unique in how it forms ice with fractional freezing to form a slab of ice that is clear and has less
dissolved solids than the water it is produced from. This is
accomplished by running water over the cold evaporator
plate (see Figure 16) which gradually freezes the water to
produce the ice slab. Pure water freezes first, leaving the
dissolved solids in the residual reservoir water to provide
clear ice.
When the ice slab reaches the correct thickness, the ice
sheet is released and slides onto the grid cutter (see Figure
16). Here, the ice slab is cut into squares by the grid cutter’s heated wires (see Figure 19). The water containing
the dissolved minerals is drained after each freezing cycle.
Fresh water enters the machine for the next ice making
cycle.
Figure 16
Figure 18
Water distributor
Front
panel
Grid Cutter
Evaporator
Water
reservoir
Circulation
Pump
Ice
Deflector
Bin Level
Sensor
Figure 17
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Reservoir
drain plug
OPERATION OF ICE MACHINE
The ice machine will keep producing ice until the ice
machine’s bin is full and will restart automatically when
ice needs to be replenished in the bin. The ice bin is
not refrigerated, and some melting will occur by design
to preserve the ice quality and clarity. Allow your ice
machine to run for 24-48 hours to accumulate ice in the ice
machine’s bin.
Ice Production
In normal mode the ice machine will produce up to 39
pounds (17.7 kg) of clear ice in a 24-hour period when
installed in a 72°F ambient with a 55°F water supply. In
"ECO" mode (see page 16) the ice machine will produce up
to 29 pounds (13.2 kg) of clear ice in the 24 hour period.
NOTE
Figure 19
The bin level sensor is located in the ice bin, it senses
when the ice supply is low or full and starts or stops the ice
making process accordingly.
NOTE
If the water supply is turned off to the ice machine be sure
to set the electronic control to the “OFF” position or remove
power to the unit.
“Initial” ice production and ice accumulated in the storage
bin will vary significantly. This is normal. During the first
24-hours of operation the unit will produce up to 39 lbs of
ice at the above ambient and water temperature conditions,
but when starting with an empty ice storage bin, the storage
bin may only accumulate up to 18 lbs of ice. By design,
the ice storage bin is maintained at a temperature slightly
above freezing to allow the stored ice to slowly melt, to
preserve the ice quality and clarity and assure a constant
supply of fresh ice. As ice is accumulated in the bin, the ice
production rate will overcome the ice melt and the storage
bin will fill to capacity.
New Sounds
The ice machine will make sounds that are different than
your household refrigerator. Because these sounds are
new to you they may be of a concern but are most likely
normal. The ice production process will make noises that
are not typical in a refrigeration product, ice falling onto
hard surfaces, water cascading across the evaporator, and
valves opening and closing. Following are some of the
sounds that you may hear:
A buzzing sound will be heard when the water valve
opens to fill the water reservoir.
A rattling noise which could be water flowing through the
water line.
A splashing sound when water is flowing over the
evaporator plate and into the water reservoir.
A "thud" when the ice slab is released from the
evaporator plate and slides onto the grid cutter.
"Clicks" when the cubes fall into the ice storage bin.
A gurgling sound which is refrigerant flowing in the ice
machine.
An air noise from the condenser fan.
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PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
ROUGH-IN OPENING DIMENSIONS
CABINET DIMENSIONS
MODEL
"A"
"B"
"C"
"D"
"E"
"F"
"G"
"H"
"J"
LM15ICER
15"
(38.1 cm)
**34" to 35"
(86.4 to 88.9 cm)
24"
(61 cm)
147⁄8"
(37.8 cm)
333⁄4" to 343⁄4"
(85.7 to 88.3 cm)
235⁄8"
(60 cm)
259⁄16"
(64.9 cm)
3713⁄32"
(95 cm)
1611⁄16"
(42.4 cm)
"A"
"B"
"E"
Figure 20
"C"
"D"
Figure 20a
Figure 21
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If necessary to gain clearance inside the rough-in
opening a hole can be cut through the adjacent cabinet and the power cord routed through this hole to a
power outlet. Another way to increase the available
opening depth is to recess the power outlet into the
rear wall to gain the thickness of the power cord plug.
Not all recessed outlet boxes will work for this application as they are too narrow, but a recessed outlet box
equivalent to Arlington #DVFR1W is recommended for
this application, (see Figure 21).
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
** Minimum rough-in opening required is to be larger than
the adjusted height of the cabinet.
PRODUCT DATA
MODEL
ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENTS #
PRODUCT
WEIGHT
LM15ICER
115V/60Hz/15A
105 lbs
(47.7 kg)
# A grounded 15 amp dedicated circuit is required. Follow
all local building codes when installing electrical and
appliance.
"J"
"H"
"G"
"D"
"F"
CL
Water
inlet
"E"
11⁄4"
(3.2 cm)
47⁄8"
(12.4 cm)
Figure 22
(S) solid
door shown
211⁄2"
(54.6cm)
615⁄16"
(17.6 cm)
CL Gravity
drain
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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USING YOUR ELECTRONIC CONTROL
On/off
Menu
Display area
ICE
Delay timer
Lock
DOOR
1468
CLEAN
ECO
hours
days
OFF
Figure 23
User interface display
Display icons:
"ON/OFF" icon : used for turning the appliance on and off.
"MENU" icon : used to access optional functions in the user interface.
"Clock" icon : used to enter the Delay start/
vacation mode.
"LOCK" icon : used to lock out functions in
the user interface.
Display area text:
ICE
Signifies the appliance is on and producing
ice.
ECO
Signifies the appliance is in economical ice
production mode.
OFF
DOOR
CLEAN
14
Signifies the appliance is off
Signifies a door ajar alarm condition.
Cleaning is recommended or the appliance
is in the clean mode.
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Delay start/Vacation mode:
hours
days
1
4
6
8
Hours or days timer is set for
Hours or days will be lit
When lit, this signifies the delay start/vacation mode
is operational.
NOTE
The control display is covered with a clear plastic protective
film. This film may be removed by carefully lifting at a
corner.
Starting your clear ice machine:
ICE
Plug the ice machine into a 115 volt wall outlet,
(see page 5 for electrical information). Your
appliance is shipped from the factory in the "ICE" mode
and will begin start-up of ice production after the start-up
routine.
Upon applying power to the unit, or after a power
interruption, the Ice machine will perform a self-test,
followed by a harvest cycle to clear any in-process ice
production. This start-up routine, (“after power is applied
to the unit”), takes approximately 13 minutes to complete
before an ice production cycle starts.
If the appliance does not start, confirm the wall outlet has
power, and the control is in the "ICE" mode, (see Options
section below). Do not start the ice machine in "ECO"
mode. "ECO" mode should only be used after there is a full
bin of ice.
USING YOUR ELECTRONIC CONTROL
Turning your ice machine On and Off:
If your appliance is on, "ICE" will be displayed.
To turn the appliance off, push and hold the "ON/
OFF" icon for 3-seconds. The display will show
"OFF" .
NOTE
ICE
OFF
When turned off, the ice machine will complete its
current ice production cycle then shut off.
ICE
The drain pump (if equipped) and the interior light
will still be functioning during the OFF mode. To
turn the appliance back on, press and hold the "ON/OFF"
icon for 3-seconds, the display will show "ICE".
!
WARNING
Turning the ice machine "OFF" will only terminate the
ice production, it does not remove power from the appliance. Always unplug the power cord from the wall
outlet before servicing the unit.
Control Lock:
The user interface can be locked to avoid unintentional changes from things like cleaning. To lock
the appliance, push and hold the "LOCK" icon for
5-seconds. The "LOCK" icon will flash 3 times, then change
to steady back-lit. To unlock the user interface, press and
hold the "LOCK" icon for 5-seconds, and the back-light will
turn off.
NOTE
Door ajar alarm:
If the door is open, or not closed properly for 5
minutes the "DOOR" indicator will illuminate and DOOR
flash and an audible tone will sound. The audible
alarm can be muted by pressing the "Lock" keypad.
This alarm condition can be reset by closing the
door or momentarily pressing the "ON/OFF" icon,
(i.e.-if you are cleaning the storage compartment, etc.). The
alarm will recur in 5 minutes if the alarm condition persists.
Delay start/Vacation mode:
Your ice machine is equipped with a delay start function.
This feature can be used to temporarily shut the appliance
off for 1, 4, 6, or 8 hours or days. Upon completion of the
selected delay period, the appliance will resume operation.
This is ideal for temporarily stopping ice machine noises or
to save water and electricity if you are away from home but
want fresh ice upon your return.
To enter the delay start mode, press the "CLOCK"
icon while the appliance is in "ICE" mode. This will
delay the next harvest by the time displayed. Each
additional press of the "CLOCK" icon will add time,
from 1, 4, 6, or 8 hours, to 1, 4, 6, or 8 days. The next
press after 8 days will leave delay set
1
4
6
mode. After the desired time has been
selected, press the "ON/OFF" icon for 2 seconds
to accept, your unit will shut off and a clock icon
and your selected time will be displayed. When the
selected time has elapsed, normal ice production will
resume.
To cancel the delayed start, press and
hold the "ON/OFF" icon until the appliance enters OFF, then press and hold
the "ON/OFF" icon again until the appliance enters "ICE" mode.
hours
days
8
OFF
ICE
The "LOCK" icon is the only active key in this mode. If other
icons are pressed while in the lock mode the "LOCK" icon
will flash 3 times, and an audible tone will sound, to remind
the user the appliance is in the lock mode.
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USING YOUR ELECTRONIC CONTROL
Error codes:
The ice machine is monitored continuously. Any OPEN or
SHORTED circuit condition with a temperature sensor or
miscommunications between the control and user interface
will initiate an ERROR CODE as listed below:
Error Codes
Error
Displayed Code
Error Description
Action to Take
Bin Sensor error
"OFF" will flash continuously in 1
second intervals in the display. No
audible alarm will sound.
Failed temperature sensor. Machine operation will immediately enter an OFF state.
Call service to have the
temperature sensor replaced.
System Sensor error
"ICE" will flash continuously in
the display. No audible alarm will
sound.
Failed condenser temperature sensor. Machine operation will continue but ice production cycle will not adapt to
varying ambient conditions, so ice quality may vary.
Call service to have the
temperature sensor replaced.
Communication error
Continual flashing of all indicators
on the display.
Loss of communication between the main board and the
user interface.
Call service to have a
diagnostic check.
Options menu:
Normal and ECO mode:
Your ice machine comes with an optional "ECO" mode.
This new feature allows you to tailor ice production to a
conservative rate, saving approximately 25% energy and
30% water from routine operation. While in this mode
ice production will slow and the appliance will use less
water and electricity. "ECO" mode should only be initiated
after there is a full bin of ice. To enter "ECO" mode do the
following:
• Press the "MENU" icon twice and the green
ECO
"ECO" will flash.
• Press and hold the "ON/OFF" icon until the
green "ECO" stops flashing and remains
illuminated.
• To return to the standard operating rate press the
"MENU" icon twice, the ECO will turn off and the
"ICE" will be flashing. Press and hold the "ON/
OFF" icon until the "ICE" stops flashing and
ICE
remains illuminated.
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CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE
Clean reminder:
A "CLEAN" reminder will occur every 6 months
CLEAN
to remind you that it may be time to clean your
appliance. Over time mineral build up on the cold
evaporator plate can occur which can adversely
affect the quality of your ice. This build-up is
dependent on your water source and usage. Normal
ice production will continue while the "CLEAN" reminder
is displayed. You may clear the "CLEAN" reminder at any
time by momentarily pressing the "ON/OFF" icon. When
reset, the "CLEAN" reminder will reset and not occur for
another 6 months. If you choose to clean the appliance at
this time, see the options menu section below.
Clean mode:
To ensure maximum performance and ice quality, it is
recommended to clean your ice machine once every six
months. This simple cleaning routine will also ensure water
and energy use continues at optimum efficiency.
Once you have your cleaner:
Turn the ice machine off by pressing and holding
the "ON/OFF" icon for 3 seconds. "OFF" will be
displayed on the control.
OFF
Remove all ice from the ice bin (see Figure 27).
Drain the water from the water reservoir by removing the
black plug from the bottom of the fresh water reservoir (see
Figure 28). After the water is drained, replace the plug in
the bottom of the reservoir.
Allow all of the ice to fall from the evaporator plate
and remove any ice from the grid cutter. If there is ice
embedded in the grid cutter wires, wait for it to melt and
fall out. Do not try to remove ice that is embedded in
the grid cutter wires as that may break the wires. (See
Figures 21 and 22).
!
NOTE
CAUTION
Forcing ice through the grid cutter will break the grid cutter
wires.
Homes with poor water quality or high clear ice usage
might require more frequent cleaning.
!
Remove all ice
from the evaporator
plate and grid cutter
area that is not
embedded in wires
CAUTION
To clean your ice machine you will need to purchase a
"nickel safe" ice maker cleaner. Cleaner can be obtained by
contacting Lynx Grills Customer Service at 888.289.5969.
Figure 24
Figure 25
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE
Refer to your cleaning solution instructions to determine
the proper amount of cleaning solution to add based on
2 quarts (1.9 liters) of water. Lift fascia door up to access
evaporator plate (See Figure 29). Pour the cleaning
solution slowly on the evaporator plate so it flows down into
the fresh water reservoir. (See Figure 30).
Splash shield
brackets
Figure 26
Splash shield
Lift fascia door up to
access evaporator plate
Figure 29
Replace the splash shield if removed.
Turn the ice machine back on by pressing and
holding the "ON/OFF" icon for 3 seconds. The
display will indicate "ICE" mode. Press and hold the
"MENU" icon until a flashing "CLEAN" is disICE
played. Press the "ON/OFF" icon until "CLEAN"
stops flashing. Your ice machine will now enter
the clean cycle.
Remove all of
the ice from
the ice bin
Figure 27
Figure 28
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Remove the
black reservoir
drain plug from
the bottom of
the reservoir.
Figure 28b
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
The clean and rinse cycle will take about 49 minutes.
CLEAN
After the clean cycle is complete the ice machine
will return to the "OFF" position.
OFF
After the cleaning cycle is completed, verify that all build-up
has been removed. If not repeat the clean cycle procedure.
Evaporator
plate
Grid cutter
Pour cleaning solution slowly
onto the front edge of evaporator
plate behind the grid cutter.
Figure 30
CARE AND CLEANING AND ENERGY SAVING TIPS
OBTAINING SERVICE
Front Grille
Be sure that nothing obstructs the required air flow openings
in front of the cabinet. At least once or twice a year, brush or
vacuum lint and dirt from the front grille area (see page 4).
!
CAUTION
SHOCK HAZARD: Disconnect electrical power from the
appliance before cleaning with soap and water.
Cabinet
The painted cabinet can be washed with either a mild soap
and water and thoroughly rinsed with clear water. NEVER
use abrasive scouring cleaners.
Cleaning
Routine cleaning of the stainless steel surfaces will serve
to greatly extend the life of your product by removing
contaminants. This is especially important in coastal areas
which can expose the stainless to sever contaminants such
as halide salts (sodium chloride).
It is strongly recommended to periodically inspect and
thoroughly clean crevices, weld points, under gaskets,
rivets, bolt heads, and any locations where small amounts
of liquid could collect, become stagnant, and concentrate
contaminants. Additionally, any mounting hardware that is
showing signs of corrosion should be replaced.
Interior
Wash interior compartment with mild soap and water. Do
NOT use an abrasive cleaner, solvent, polish cleaner, undiluted detergent or chlorine based cleaners.
Care of Appliance
1. Avoid leaning on the door, you may bend the door
hinges or tip the appliance.
2. Exercise caution when sweeping, vacuuming or
mopping near the front of the appliance. Damage to the
grille can occur.
3. Periodically clean the interior of the appliance as
needed.
4. Periodically check and/or clean the front grille as
needed.
In the Event of a Power Failure
If a power failure occurs, try to correct it as soon as
possible. Minimize the number of door openings while the
power is off so as not to adversely affect the appliance's
temperature.
Light assembly replacement
All models use LED lamps to illuminate the interior of the
appliance. This component is very reliable, but should
one fail, contact the Lynx Grills Customer Service at
888.289.5969 for replacement of the LED.
Energy Saving Tips
The following suggestions will minimize the cost of
operating your ice machine appliance.
1. Do not install your appliance next to a hot appliance,
(stove, dishwasher, etc.). heating air duct, or other heat
sources.
2. Install product out of direct sunlight.
3. Assure the front grille vents at front of the ice machine
beneath the door are not obstructed and kept clean to
allow ventilation for the refrigeration system to expel
heat.
4. Plug your appliance into a dedicated power circuit. (Not
shared with other appliances).
5. Minimize door openings and duration of door openings.
6. Set the control to the “off” position if accessing the
interior to spot clean or remove large quantities of ice
requires the door to be open for an extended period of
time.
7. Use ECO mode if maximum ice production quantities
are not required.
8. Use the delay start function if the ice machine will not
be used for long periods of time.
If Service is Required:
• If the product is within the first year warranty period
please contact your dealer or call Lynx Grills Customer
Service at 888.289.5969 for directions on how to obtain
warranty coverage in your area.
• If the product is outside the first year warranty period,
Lynx Grills Customer Service can provide recommendations of service centers in your area.
• In all correspondence regarding service, be sure to
give the service number, serial number, and proof of
purchase.
• Try to have information or description of nature of the
problem, how long the appliance has been running, the
room temperature, and any additional information that
may be helpful in quickly solving the problem.
• Table "C" is provided for recording pertinent information
regarding your product for future reference.
For Your Records
Date of Purchase
Dealer’s name
Dealer’s Address
Dealer’s City
Dealer’s State
Dealer’s Zip Code
Appliance Serial Number
Appliance Service Number
Date Warranty Card Sent (Must be
within 10 days of purchase).
Table C
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TROUBLESHOOTING THE ICE MACHINE
Before You Call for Service
If the appliance appears to be malfunctioning, read through
this manual first. If the problem persists, check the troubleshooting guide below. Locate the problem in the guide and
refer to the cause and its remedy before calling for service.
The problem may be something very simple that can be
solved without a service call. However, it may be required
to contact your dealer or a qualified service technician.
Troubleshooting guide:
Ice Machine Operation
Ice machine does not operate
Is the ice machine’s power cord plugged in? Plug the
power cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Is the electronic control showing the "ICE" position?
Check the control to be sure it is in the "ICE" position.
Is a fuse blown or a circuit breaker been tripped? Replace a blown fuse or reset a tripped circuit breaker.
Is the temperature of the room cooler than it normally
is? The minimum room temperature is 55°F (13°C). The
bin thermistor may be sensing the room temperature and
shut off before the bin is full of ice. If the room temperature
remains low the ice machine may not restart.
Is there a drain pump in the ice machine? The drain
pump is designed to temporarily shut the unit off when
large quantities of water create a high-limit condition. Wait
a few minutes as the drain pump will continue to operate
to dispose of the excess water. If there is still water in the
ice bin check the drain pump vent line and drain line for
obstructions or kinking.
The ice machine is noisy
Many sounds of an ice machine are different than your
household refrigerator. This subject is discussed on page
11, but check the following:
Do you hear water being circulated in the ice machine? This is a normal sound as water is added once
every ice making cycle.
Is there a “whoosing” sound? Make sure water is getting to the ice machine. Also check to make sure the drain
plug is fully seated in the water reservoir.
Is there an ice slab caught between the evaporator
plate and the grid cutter? First check to see if the ice
machine is level. If the ice machine is level run a cleaning
cycle.
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CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
Electrocution Hazard
• Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on
the appliance until the main electrical power has been
disconnected. Turning the appliance control "OFF"
does not remove electrical power from the unit's wiring.
• Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Ice Production
Little or no ice production from the ice machine
Is the electronic control set to the "ICE" position?
Check the control to be sure it is in the "ICE" position.
Is water getting to the ice machine? Make sure nothing
is restricting the water supply such as a closed water valve
or a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker, or a kinked supply line, or low water pressure.
Has the ice machine just been started? A typical ice
production cycle can take up to 11⁄2 hours. Initial start up
cycles can take longer. Check the ice machine after 24
hours for ice accumulation in the bin.
Is the reservoir drain plug in place? Check that the
reservoir drain plug is properly seated.
Is the water distributor tube restricted? Run a cleaning
cycle to clean the ice machine. Also check any filters to
make sure they are not restricted.
Is the condenser fan air flow restricted? Make sure the
grille in the front of the ice machine is open for proper air
circulation.
Is the room and/or water temperature to warm? Move
the ice machine to an area where the ambient temperature
is below 90°F (32°C) for built-in ice machines or below
100°F (38°C) for freestanding ice machines. The ice machine should not be placed next to a heat source such as
an oven. Check the cold water connection.
Is there scale build up in the ice machine? If there is
scale build up on the evaporator, the ice machine needs to
be cleaned. See “Cleaning the Ice machine”.
TROUBLESHOOTING THE ICE MACHINE
Ice Quality
Odor, grey color, or off taste in the ice
Is there mineral scale build up on the evaporator
plate? The ice machine needs cleaning. See “Cleaning
the Ice Machine”.
Is there a high mineral content in the water? The water
may need to be filtered.
Are food items being stored in the ice bin? Remove
food from the ice bin.
Unpleasant Odors may require the use of a charcoal filter
on the water supply line.
Clumps of ice
Are there clumps of ice in the bin? If the ice isn’t used
on a regular basis it will melt and form into clumps. Break
up the ice clumps with the ice scoop.
Ice cubes are too big or too small
Is there low ice consumption? Ice is slowly melting in
the ice bin which will affect the size of the cubes. This is
normal. When the ice bin needs to be replenished, cubes
will return to the regular size.
Is the ice slab releasing? Clean the evaporator. See
“Cleaning the Ice Machine”.
Is the distributor tube restricted? Check the water line
to the ice machine to make sure there are no restrictions
or kinks in the line. Check all filters to make sure they
are not restricted. Check that the water flows evenly out
of the distributor tube, if not, clean the ice machine. See
“Cleaning the Ice Machine”.
Plumbing Problems
Is the drain hose aligned over the drain? Move the ice
machine to align the drain.
Is the ice machine draining properly? Check that there
are no kinks or restrictions in the drain lines; this can
cause water to back up in the ice bin. Check that foreign
material is not blocking the ice bin drain located at the
right rear corner of the ice bin. Check the drain pump
discharge and vent line or any restrictions or kinks. Check
that the drain pump is level.
Troubleshooting the Drain Pump
NOTE
If the drain pump reservoir (not the ice machine bin)
reaches overfill condition, the power to the ice machine will
be shut off.
If the ice machine is not working, check the following:
• Make sure there is power at the receptacle.
• Make sure the ice machine is turned on.
• Make sure the ice bin is not full.
Then check the drain pump:
The pump does not run:
• Make sure the pump is plugged in and there is power
to the receptacle.
• Check the inlet to the drain pump for debris and clean
as needed. Remove clamps and inlet tube from drain
pump to check for and remove debris.
• Make certain the vent line is free of kinks/sharp bends
or restrictions.
• Make certain there is enough water to activate the
drain pump. It will take at least one (1) quart (.95 liters)
of water to activate the drain pump.
The pump runs, but no water is pumped out:
• Check that the vent is clear and free of restrictions.
• Check the discharge line to make certain there are no
restrictions.
• Make sure that the discharge tubing has not exceeded
the maximum lift of eight (8) feet (2.44 meters) and the
horizontal run is not greater than twenty (20) feet (6.1
meters).
The pump runs and then quickly turns off repeatedly:
• Check to make certain the drain pump is level.
• Check that the vent is clear and free of restrictions.
The ice machine is running but not producing ice:
• Check to make sure water is not backing up in the ice
bin.
NOTE
If there are plumbing issues outside of the ice machine,
they cannot be repaired by the service technician. A
qualified plumber will have to be called.
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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PREPARING THE ICE MACHINE FOR STORAGE
If the ice machine is moved, not used for an extended
period of time, or will be in an area that will be near freezing
temperatures, it is necessary to remove any remaining
water in the ice-making system.
!
CAUTION
This ice machine must have all water drained and removed
to prevent ice machine damage as well as possible water
damage to the surrounding area in freezing conditions.
These damages are not covered under warranty.
!
CAUTION
Do not use any type of anti-freeze or other solution as a
substitution for properly draining the ice machine.
Clean the Ice Machine
Cleaning the ice machine will help prevent mold and mildew
growth as well as sanitize the ice machine for storage
or when it is put back into service. See page 18 for
instructions for cleaning the ice machine.
!
WARNING
Electrocution Hazard
Figure 31
Back view of
ice machine
Water
supply
line
Water supply
fitting
Water valve
inlet
Risk of electrical shock or personal injury could occur
due to moving components, if machine compartment
access cover is removed before unplugging the ice
machine.
Figure 31a
Draining and Removing Water from the Ice-Making
System with a Gravity Drain.
1. Turn off the water supply to the ice machine.
2. Disconnect the water supply fitting at the inlet of the
water valve. (See Figure 31a).
3. Change the electronic control to the "CLEAN" position
for approximately one (1) minute. This will energize and
open the water valve and remove most of the water
from the water valve and the water valve’s outlet water
line to the reservoir.
4. Change the electronic control to the "OFF" position.
This will energize and open the drain valve to drain the
reservoir and the ice machine drain system.
5. Unplug the ice machine from the electrical outlet.
6. Remove the access cover from the rear of the ice
machine. (See Figure 32).
Access
cover
Figure 32
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CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
Screw
PREPARING THE ICE MACHINE FOR STORAGE
7. Disconnect the water valve’s outlet water line to the
reservoir and drain the remaining water left in the water
line trap area. (See Figure 33 and 33a).
8. Reconnect the water valve outlet water line.
(See Figure 33 and 33a).
9. Reinstall the ice machine’s access cover.
10. Clean and dry the ice machine’s storage bin.
11. Prop the door open for air circulation to prevent mold
and mildew.
12. Leave the water supply line disconnected or reconnect
the supply line and leave it shut off. Do NOT turn the
water on and allow water to enter back into the water
valve.
Draining Water for Factory Installed Drain Pump
Applications
Follow steps 1 through 12 for the gravity drain then do the
following:
13. Install the winterization plug in the water drain hole
inside the ice bin. (See Figure 34).
Winterization
plug
Figure 33
To disconnect the water outlet
line: Push up on the white collar
and pull the plastic water line
from the bottom of the water
valve.
To reconnect the water outlet
line: Simply insert the plastic
tubing into the white collar and
push until it stops (about 1⁄2", 12
mm, of water line will enter the
valve).
White
collar
Figure 33a
Plastic outlet
water line
Figure 34
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PREPARING THE ICE MACHINE FOR STORAGE
14. Remove the top clamp from the vent tube, for easier
access for the air hose.
15. Apply air pressure (approximately 10 psi) to the end of
the vent tube which will purge the remainder of the
water from the drain pump and the drain line. (See
Figure 35).
16. Reinstall the vent tube and clamp to the back of the ice
machine and remove the winterization plug from the ice
bin and save it for future use.
Vent
tube
Figure 35
Remove
clamp
screw
Drain
line
To Restart the Ice Machine
1. Reconnect or turn on the water supply line.
2. Reconnect drain tubing if removed.
3. Plug in the power cord to a wall outlet and turn the ice
machine on, (refer to page 16 for turning the ice machine on and off).
4. Check the water inlet, drain lines, and fittings for any
water leaks.
5. Check drain pump (if equipped) operation by pouring
approximately two (2) quarts of water into the ice storage bin. The drain pump should activate and discharge
water (refer to Drain Pump on page 6). Check for
water leaks at all hose connections.
Drain Pump Removal Instructions:
1. Unplug the ice machine from the electrical supply and
remove the rear access cover from the ice machine.
(See page 26 for instructions).
2. Remove the front panel and the toe grille from the front
of the ice machine. See Figures 37 and 37a.
3. Remove the front and rear drain pump brackets. See
Figures 38, 38a and 39.
4. Unscrew the 3 hose clamps and remove the 3 hoses
from the front of the drain pump. (See Figure 36).
5. Unscrew the leveling leg in the back corner until the
end of the threaded portion is flush with the threaded
nut insert in the base. (see Figure 36).
Remove
these 3 hose
clamps, then
remove the
3 tubes from
the drain
pump
Unscrew the
leveling leg so
the end of the
threads is flush
with the top of
the nut insert.
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CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
Figure 36
Drain pump ground
wire connection
DRAIN PUMP REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS
Front
panel
Front
panel
Figure 37
Toe grille
Front of ice machine
Figure 37a
Toe grille
Remove the
hex nut on
front drain
pump bracket
with the 3⁄8"
socket then
remove the
bracket.
Figure 38
#10-24 hex nut
Front drain
pump bracket
ine
r
ea
R
of
ice
ch
ma
Figure 39
carriage bolt
Figure 38a
#10-24 hex nut
Rear drain
pump bracket
carriage bolt
Remove the hex nut on
rear drain pump bracket
with the 3⁄8" socket then
remove the bracket.
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DRAIN PUMP REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS
6. Rotate the drain pump and remove from the ice
machine, (See Figure 40). It may be necessary to
disconnect the ground wire connection in the back
flange of the cabinet. (See Figure 36).
7. Disconnect the ice machine power cord from the drain
pump (See Figure 41).
8. Drain the water in the drain pump’s reservoir by turning
the pump upside down and allowing water to drain
through the pump’s inlet and vent tube fittings.
9. Installation of drain pump is reverse of this procedure.
Figure 40
Rotate drain pump and
remove from back of
ice machine.
Ice machine
power cord
Figure 41
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CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
Additional issues to be inspected by the installer
upon service replacement:
1. The drain pump must be level.
2. No pinched water lines.
3. No interference with electrical cords or wiring.
4. The drain pump should not set on any obstacles,
wiring, etc.
5. Secure all hose clamps leading to and from the
drain pump.
6. Insure that the vent tube height is adequate - 18
inches minimum.
7. Insure that drain height is adequate - maximum
of 8 feet.
8. Insure that drain length is adequate - maximum
of 20 feet.
9. Checked for water leaks after installation of the
drain pump.
10. Check for vibrations caused by improper
installation.
11. Insure that there is no interference with back
access cover.
12. Insure that the hole grommets are in place at
each location so that any vent or drain tubes do
not rub on any sharp surfaces.
THE LYNX STORY
Lynx began with a vision.
A small group of manufacturing engineers with over a century of collective experience had a dream. They dared to
take their extensive commercial manufacturing know-how
and create a line of outdoor cooking products that offer commercial elegance and performance to the consumer market.
Lynx has taken the quality, workmanship, service and innovation of
the commercial market and incorporated it into the Lynx Professional
Grills line of consumer and commercial products. The combination
of creative design, superior materials and exceptional craftsmanship
elevates Lynx products to a class of
their own.
Lynx original commercial products are used every day in
restaurants, hotels and theme parks across the USA:
Lynx Satisfied Customers
• TGI Fridays
• Applebee’s
• Houston’s
• Red Lobster
• Hard Rock Café
• Wolfgang Puck’s
• Cheesecake Factory
• Red Robin
• Planet Hollywood
• Hilton
• Hyatt
• Four Seasons Marriott
Le Meridian
• Sheraton
• Conrad International
• Bellagio
• New York New York
• MGM Grand
• Treasure Island
• Mirage
• Paris
• Venetian
• Excalibur
• Mandalay Bay
• Riviera
• Desert Inn
• Hard Rock Hotel
• Disney World
CARE AND USE/INSTALLATION
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LYNX LIMITED WARRANTY *
I. Limited One-Year Warranty
Lynx warrants that it will supply all necessary parts and labor
to repair or replace any component which proves to be
defective in material and workmanship, subject to condition
and exclusions stated below, for a period of one year from the
date of purchase by the end user.
II. Limited Five-Year Warranty
During years 2-5, Lynx will supply replacement parts for the
hermetically sealed refrigeration system which consists of
the compressor, condenser, drier, accumulator, bypass valve,
connecting tubing and the evaporator that are proven to be
defective due to workmanship or materials subject to the
conditions and exclusions below.This warranty is limited to
the replacement of the defective parts, with the owner paying
a processing fee and all other costs including labor.
V. Limitations & Exclusions
1) This Warranty shall apply to products purchased and
located in the United States and Canada. Products must
be purchased in the country where service is requested.
4) Warranty does not apply to products installed in any
commercial or non-residential application. Examples of
excluded applications include, but are not limited to day
care centers, schools, bed and breakfast centers, churches,
private clubs, fire stations, club houses, common areas in
multi-family dwellings, restaurants, hotels, nursing homes,
food service locations and institutional food service
locations. *Contact Lynx for Common Area Warranty.
5) To correct normal adjustments or settings, due to improper
installation.
6) Shipping and handling costs, export duties, installation,
removal, or re-installation cost (RMA excluded).
7) Display models are sold “as is”. If you have purchased
a display model, please be advised that it is sold “as is”
and that it is subject to the following warranty exclusions:
any exterior or cosmetic damage is nonwarrantable;
any missing components will be replaced at consumers
expense; major handling damage to manifold, valve and
ignition system will be serviced at consumer’s expense; all
other warranties will remain in effect.
2) Warranty applies only to the original purchaser and may
not be transferred.
8) The cost of a service call to diagnose complaint.
3) Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or
implied and all other obligations or liabilities related to the
sale or use of Lynx products.
10) The original bill of sale, deliver date or serial number
cannot be verified.
4) Warranty shall not apply and Lynx is not responsible
for damage resulting from misuse, abuse, failure to
provide reasonable and necessary required maintenance,
natural disaster, animals, alteration of or tampering with
the appliance, accident, hostile environment, improper
installation or operation, or an installation not in
accordance with the instructions contained in this manual,
or the local codes.
5) Lynx shall not be liable for incidental, consequential,
special or contingent damages resulting from its breach of
this written warranty or any implied warranty.
6) Some states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, or the exclusions of or limitations on
consequential damages. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from
state to state.
7) No one has the authority to add to or vary Lynx’s warranty,
or to create for Lynx any other obligation or liability in
connection with the sale or use of its products.
8) Limited to the replacement of defective parts with the
owner paying all other costs including labor.
VI. What is not covered: Lynx shall not be responsible for
and shall not pay for the following
1) Installation or start-up, damages or problems caused by
improper installation or use;
2) Service by an unauthorized service provider;
3) Damage or repair due to service by an unauthorized
service provider or use of unauthorized parts;
9) Modification to Lynx product will void related warranties.
11) Defective parts ar not returned for inspection if so
requested by Lynx.
12) The refrigeration equipment is not in the possession of
the original end use purchaser.
13) Any content loss due to product failure.
The best outdoor kitchen products come from:
Lynx Grills, Inc. 7300 Flores Street Downey, CA 90242
Service: (888)-289-5969 Fax: (562) 299-6789
www.lynxgrills.com
41014991-EN Rev A
3/7/18
All specifications and product designs subject to change without notice. Such revisions do not entitle
the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions, replacements or compensation for
previously purchased products.
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