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BUNN NITRON® Cold Draft All Nitro 4:1-12:1 NITRON® Cold Draft All Nitro w/Removable Door Graphic Service Manual
SERVICE & REPAIR MANUAL
BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION
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SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS 62708-3227
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INTRODUCTION
Safety first!
To avoid electrical shock, unplug dispenser from power source before servicing inside.
Basic Maintenance
In order to maintain proper machine operation, a Preventative Maintenance schedule must be performed on a
regular basis.
The following procedures pretain to all versions in the Nitron family of machines unless otherwise noted.
CONTENTS
Warranty....................................................................................................................................2
User Notices..............................................................................................................................3
Site Preparation ........................................................................................................................3
Preventive Maintenance
Recommended Daily Cleaning ............................................................................................4
Preventive Maintenance Schedule........................................................................................5
Troubleshooting.........................................................................................................................6
Service.....................................................................................................................................17
Electrical Schematics...............................................................................................................51
USER NOTICES
All notices on this equipment are written for your protection. All notices are to be kept in good condition.
Replace any unreadable or damaged labels.
SITE PREPARATION
A minimal clearance is required between the dispenser sides and the wall or another appliances.For optimum
performance, do not allow warm air from surrounding machines blow on the JDF dispenser. Leave some space
so the dispenser can be moved for cleaning.
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Recommended Daily Cleaning Instructions
The use of a damp cloth rinsed in any mild, non-abrasive, liquid detergent is recommended for cleaning all surfaces on Bunn-O-Matic equipment. Do NOT clean this equipment with a water jet device.
1. Open dispenser door. 2. Close door, place an
Lift up on product conempty container under
tainers to disconnect
the dispense nozzles.
them from the machine
inlet.
2. Dispense from each
station until clear water
flows from the dispense nozzle.
4. Open dispenser door
and reconnect all product containers.
6. Use brush to clean
through dispense nozzles.
7. Use brush to clean nitro
insert.
10. With a warm soapy
cloth, wipe down interior of cabinet and
splash panel area behind dispensing nozzles.
11. Replace drip tray and
dispense nozzles. Be
sure to install nitro
nozzle in left dispense
station.
Brush Storage
5. Remove dispenser
nozzles and drip tray.
Wash all parts in warm
soapy water.
Lubricant Shelf
8. Use brush to clean noz- 9. Apply small amount
zle connection ports on
of food grade lubrimachine. BUNN Part
cant to o-ring on nozNo. 49827.0000.
zles. BUNN Part No.
M2550.0001.
Recommended Weekly Cleaning
DIRTY
REAR OF
DISPENSER
CLEAN
12. Dispense from each
station until finished
product flows from the
dispense nozzles.
13. Remove Air Filter from
outside rear panel of
dispenser.
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14. Wash Filter using warm soapy water,
rinse using water flow from faucet.
Shake out excess water then re-install
on rear panel of dispenser.
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REQUIRED REGULAR MAINTENANCE:
When performing Daily-Weekly Cleaning procedures, inspect o-rings, seals, and bushings for signs of wear or
damage and replace immediately.
Check and/or replace every 6 months or as required:
39690.0000
Pump Tube Replacement Kit (Includes items indented below)
28755.1011 Tube, Norprene .25" ID x 17.0" lg
32732.0000Clamp .39"/.48"
32656.0000 Fitting, Elbow .25" Barb x .38" Barb
21275.0003Clamp .57"/.70"
34325.0032 Hose, Flex .38" ID x 5.25" lg
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TROUBLESHOOTING
A troubleshooting guide is provided to suggest probable causes and remedies for the most likely problems encountered.
If the problem remains after exhausting the troubleshooting steps, contact the Bunn-O-Matic Technical Service Department.
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Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should be performed only by qualified service personnel.
All electronic components have 120-240 volt ac and low voltage dc potential on their terminals. Shorting of terminals
or the application of external voltages may result in board failure.
Intermittent operation of electronic circuit boards is unlikely. Board failure will normally be permanent. If an intermittent
condition is encountered, the cause will likely be a switch contact or a loose connection at a terminal or crimp.
Solenoid removal requires interrupting the water supply to the valve. Damage may result if solenoids are energized for
more than ten minutes without a supply of water.
The use of two wrenches is recommended whenever plumbing fittings are tightened or loosened. This will help to avoid
twists and kinks in the tubing.
Make certain that all plumbing connections are sealed and electrical connections tight and isolated.
WARNING –
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Exercise extreme caution when servicing electrical equipment.
Unplug the dispenser when servicing, except when electrical tests are specified.
Follow recommended service procedures.
Replace all protective shields or safety notices.
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Cold Water Circulation
Dispense stations not working.
Note: Cooling failure or excessive
cabinet temperatures for more
than 4 hours will result in dispense
lockout or no dispense.
Note: Reset fault/timer by unplugging unit.
1. Cabinet cooling fan.
Replace fan (24vdc).
Note: Fan receives power when the
dispenser is powered.
2. Bath recirculation pump.
A) If not running, check refrigeration switch and wiring for proper
continuity.
B) Check for 120V or 230V AC at
pump. Replace pump.
Dispense nozzle dripping/won't stop
dispensing.
3. Restricted water flow to cabinet
water coil and bath.
Check for kinked hose.
1. Juice residue causing oring on
dispense nozzle to lose vacuum.
A) Remove dispense nozzles and
stout insert. Clean nozzles and oring
in mild detergent solution.
B) Use soft bristle brush and mild
detergent solution to clean dispense
valve area that dispense nozzles are
seated.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Refrigeration
Dispense stations not working.
Note: Cooling failure or excessive
bath and cabinet temperatures for
more than 4 hours will result in
dispense lockout or no dispense.
1. Compressor ON/OFF switch.
Check for "ON" position or no continuity - replace switch.
2. Dirty condenser filter or fins.
Clean filter and fins or replace condenser filter. (Filter not supplied on
some machines).
3. Condenser fan not running.
A) Check for 120V or 230V AC. Replace fan motor or check fan blades
for obstructions.
B) Check compressor LED on circuit
board. If ON, relay coil should have
power (120 or 230 VAC).
4. Compressor relay not activating.
Check compressor relay coil for 120
or 230vac.
NOTE: Always check power with
coil attached. If compressor LED is
ON and no 120 or 230vac - replace
board. If yes, 120 or 230vac - replace relay.
Note: Relay contacts are normally
open.
5. Compressor not running.
Check compressor thermal overload
(N/C). If open check for dirty condenser filter or adequate ventilation
and space around machine.
6. Compressor running and not
cooling.
Check refrigeration system for leaks
and proper charge.
7. Low water bath or bath fill valve
failed.
Check Dispense switch is set to ON
and sight gauge shows full water
bath. If sight gauge is low, press
Dispense switch to OFF. Wait a few
seconds. Press Dispense switch
to ON. Bath will automatically start
filling water bath after 30 seconds.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Dispenser Locked Out
Dispense stations not working.
1. Check Dispense Lockout switch.
(A) Set switch to ON position.
(B) Check switch and harness for
proper continuity.
Cooling system failure.
1. Refrigeration or cold water recirculation system.
Check all previous items that pretain to refrigeration or cold water
recirculation
Dispense station not working
1. Dispense Lockout switch set to
OFF position.
Place switch in ON position.
2. Dispense switch failed
Check switch and harness for proper
continuity.
Main water supply
Check for ON position.
Frozen bath
A) Compressor relay/contacts
shorted - replace relay.
All stations dispense concentrate
only
B) Recirculating pump - replace or
check for kinked flex line.
Inlet water valve failed
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A) Check for 120V or 230V power
when dispensing. If yes, replace
valve. If no, check harness for
proper continuity. Then replace
circuit board if needed.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (Continued)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Dispense station
concentrate only
Water solenoid
Replace solenoid (24vdc) or check
wire connection between water valve
and main control board.
Dispense station
water only
Concentrate out
Replace refill concentrate container
or BIB
Product pump not pumping
Check for proper counterclockwise
rotation of pump rollers. If counterclockwise, replace pump tubing.
If clockwise, wire connection to
pump is reversed. Switch wires on
terminals.
Pump not turning
A) Check speed setting on circuit
board and increase speed (turn
clockwise)
B) Check for d.c. power to pump
motor. If yes, replace motor assy. If
no, check harness for proper continuity. Then replace circuit board if
needed.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Water leak filling drip tray or around
dispense deck area
1. Initial fill/setup
Some expansion normal. May fill
drip tray during initial ice block
formation
2. Dispense deck
Inspect or replace fittings clamps,
o-rings, solenoids and quick disconnect fittings.
NOTE: Dispense deck area slopes to
drain tube that leads to the drip tray.
3. Water pressure greater than
100psi
Install water pressure regulator and
reduce to 50 psi.
1. Bath tank overflow.
A) Check all internal water connections.
Water leaking beneath machine
B) Check internal plumbing connections.
C) Check bath float switch
2. Condensation from cabinet cooling coil.
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Check for routing of condensation
tube to water bath.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Unit is not working
1. Step-down transformer.
Check for 120/24 or 230/24 vac. If no
24vac reading, replace step-down
transformer.
2. Main control board.
If 24 vac present and no LED’s lit,
replace control board.
1. Product viscosity or too cold.
Thorough thaw of product before
use (35° - 40°)
2. Low water pressure.
Maintain 30 psi or higher and a
minimum dynamic flow rate of 4.5
fl oz/sec.
3. High water pressure.
Over 100 psi, install a pressure
regulator and set to 50 psi.
4. Dispense valve adjustment setting.
A) Perform 3 second water dispense
test. Factory setting is 133 ml in 3
second dispense.
Difficulty brixing and/or weak beverage
B) Adjust water to 133 mL/3 sec..
Once water is set, adjust motor
speed to achieve brix degrees.
Difficulty brixing and/or weak beverage
5. Brix ratio.
Check for proper brix ratio per
product using Ratio method and
or refractometer method.
1. Pump tubing.
Inspect, clean, or replace tubing
and pump rotor/rollers for ease of
rotation.
2. Use of portable water pump.
A) Follow plumbing requirements
for pressure and flow rate.
B) Source another portable pump
or water supply that meets requirements.
Difficulty brixing bag-in-box
Vacuum leak
Inspect all lines and connections
from bag-in-box connector to bottle
adapter assembly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Only Water Flowing from Faucet
1. Bag-in-Box (BIB) or caddy is
empty.
1. Change BIB to full BIB or refill
the caddy with more product.
2. BIB or caddy is not engaged in
bottle adapter properly.
2. Lift BIB or caddy out of adapter and seat it back down properly. Follow step-by-step instructions on priming product
through the system.
1. System is not set to temperature yet (ice bank not fully
formed).
1. Wait until system is fully cooled
and ice bank fully formed
before setting preferred N2
pressure. Check Compressor
switch is set to ON and sight
gauge shows full water bath. If
water bath sight gauge is low,
press Dispense switch to OFF.
Wait a few seconds. Press Dispense switch to ON. Bath will
automatically start filling water
bath after 30 seconds.
2. a) Tank regulator is below 125
psi (red LED Nitrogen “Out”
light is flashing on dispenser
door).
2. a) Adjust tank regulator by
turning the T-handle clockwise
until needle reaches 125 psi.
Dispense a drink to make sure
needle stays set at 125 psi.
Head on Beverage Thinner than
Desired
b) Gas leak on tank regulator.
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b) If gas is leaking from tank
regulator, replace tank regulator by contacting manufacturer or supplier.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Coffee is Weaker than Desired
1. BIB or caddy is empty.
1. Change to full BIB or replenish
caddy with more product.
2. Product pump tubing is worn.
2. Contact authorized service
agent or perform product tubing replacement if authorized
to do so.
3. Build-up is occurring in nozzle
and system needs cleaning.
3. Remove nozzles and clean
with sanitizing solution to remove build-up. Follow Care
and Cleaning instructions and
run sanitizing solution through
system.
4. Brix is off target and needs adjustment.
4. Follow set-up instructions to
adjust Brix.
1. Water supply is turned off or
too low water pressure from
source/inlet.
1. Assure required water connection was made properly and if
there’s a shut-off valve, make
sure shut-off valve is open.
Check that water inlet pressure has dynamic operating
pressure between 30 to 90 psi.
If below 30 psi, install water
booster pump for adequate
water pressure to supply line
of dispenser.
2. Brix is off target and needs adjustment.
2. Follow set-up instructions to
adjust Brix
Coffee is Stronger than Desired
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Nothing Flowing from Nozzles
1. Dispense switch is OFF.
1. Turn Dispense switch ON.
2. Gas, coffee, and water not
connected.
2. Assure all required connections are made according to
set-up instructions before operating the system.
1. System has not reached temperature (ice bank not fully
formed).
1. Wait until system is fully
cooled and ice bank fully
formed. Check Compressor
switch is set to ON and sight
gauge shows full water bath. If
water bath sight gauge is low,
press Dispense switch to OFF.
Wait a few seconds. Press Dispense switch to ON. Bath will
automatically start filling water
bath after 30 seconds.
2. BIB or caddy is ambient temp
and needs to cool down.
2. Best practice is to use a chilled
BIB or caddy for proper nitrogenation. If using ambient
concentrates, chill BIB or caddy first prior to using.
3. Water bath pump not running.
3. Confirm the compressor/water
bath pump switched is turned
ON. Confirm the water bath
pump and compressor are
running.
Product Pouring Too Warm and/or
Inside Cabinet Too Warm
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Irregular Flow from Nozzle
1. Flow is pulsating/ hammering
1. The product pump speed is set
too high (at max) to dispense
a lower ratio product (below
4:1).
1. Use a more appropriate concentrate (between 4:1 to 11:1)
and adjust the product dial to
the proper Brix setting.
2. Flow coming out at an angle
2. The nozzle has accumulated
build-up or debris.
2. Remove nozzles and clean
with sanitizing solution to remove build-up. Follow Care
and Cleaning instructions and
run sanitizing solution through
system.
3. Flow rate is slow
3. a) The nozzle has accumulated
build-up or debris
b) The water needle valve on
right-side of deck may be set
too low (only affects Still Dispense station)
c) The system needs cleaning
3. a) Remove nozzles and clean
with sanitizing solution to remove build-up. Follow Care
and Cleaning instructions and
run sanitizing solution through
system.
b) Water flow rate should be
factory pre-set to 133 ml (4.5
oz) per 3 second dispense.
To verify, switch to Program
mode. Place a graduated measuring cylinder under the dispense nozzle, pull and release
the tapper handle 3 times. The
dispenser will then dispense
an amount of water for 3 seconds. If water flow rate is set
too low, adjust the water needle valve using a small flathead
screwdriver and turning the
needle counter-clockwise.
c) Clean the system by following the Care and Cleaning instructions.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Unit Performing Inconsistently
(Brix/Nitro fluctuating wildly or
outside normal range)
1. System was installed/set-up
incorrectly or has been placed
in an environment with unacceptable conditions:
a. Incorrect water line size
1. a) Install a water line that is
in accordance with machine
specifications.
b. Incorrect gas line size
b) Install a gas line that is in
accordance with machine
specifications.
c. Fluctuations in water or
gas supply pressures
c) Assure the unit is being fed
consistent and constant gas
and water pressure.
d. Ambient temperature too
high or low
d) Place the unit in a location
in accordance with machine
specifications.
2. System has internal malfunction and needs service by a
technician
2. Call Customer Support for assistance.
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SERVICE
This section provides procedures for testing and replacing various major components used in this dispenser
should service become necessary. Refer to Troubleshooting for assistance in determining the cause of any
problem.
WARNING - Inspection, testing, and repair of electrical equipment should be performed only by qualified service
personnel. The dispenser should be disconnected from the power source when servicing, except when electrical
tests are required and the test procedure specifically states to connect the dispenser to the power source.
COMPONENT ACCESS
WARNING - Disconnect the dispenser from the power source before the removal of any panel or the replacement
of any component.
All components are accessible by opening the door, removal of the door panels, dispenser top covers,
hopper(s), hopper support plate, splash guard, splash panel w/drip tray, lower front access panel and rear access cover.
Refer to the contents listing for component location.
INDEX
Access Panels...................................................................................................................................18
Dispense Platform Removal..............................................................................................................19
Cabinet Fan.......................................................................................................................................20
Compressor......................................................................................................................................21
Compressor Switch...........................................................................................................................23
Condenser Fan..................................................................................................................................24
Control Board (Main)........................................................................................................................25
Control Board (Portion Control Models)...........................................................................................26
Circulation Pump..............................................................................................................................27
Dispense Switch...............................................................................................................................28
Dispense Pump.................................................................................................................................29
Dispense Motor.................................................................................................................................30
Dispense Valve..................................................................................................................................31
Dispense Handles.............................................................................................................................32
LED Lamps.......................................................................................................................................33
Low Nitrogen Indicator LED..............................................................................................................34
Compressor Relay.............................................................................................................................35
Water Pump Relay............................................................................................................................36
Program Switch................................................................................................................................37
Inlet Solenoid....................................................................................................................................38
Water Tank Solenoid.........................................................................................................................39
Water Tank Float Switch....................................................................................................................40
Temperature Probe (Water Bath Thermistor)....................................................................................41
Temperature Sensor..........................................................................................................................42
Transformer......................................................................................................................................43
Water Pump Booster.........................................................................................................................44
Water Pressure Regulator.................................................................................................................45
Nitrogenator Assembly.....................................................................................................................46
Nitrogen Pressure Switch.................................................................................................................47
Nitrogen Regulator............................................................................................................................48
Nitro Stout Insert..............................................................................................................................49
Circuit Board Triac Map.....................................................................................................................50
Schematic Wiring Diagrams..............................................................................................................51
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SERVICE(CONT.)
ACCESS PANELS
Location:
Before removing panels, make sure power is OFF to the machine and water is disconnected accept where
indicated in testing procedures. Retain all screws and other attaching hardware for re-assembly.
FIG. 1 ACCESS PANELS
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SERVICE(CONT.)
DISPENSE PLATFORM REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove concentrate dispense tips by turning 1/4 turn to the left, then pull straight down.
Lift and remove product shelf to access dispense platform.
Remove front thumb screw holding dispense platform.
Disconnect 12 pin connector above dispense platform in rear.
Disconnect 3/8” water line at quick disconnect.
Remove dispense platform by pulling forward.
FIG. 2 DISPENSE PLATFORM REMOVAL
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Cabinet Fan
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the four screws attaching the fan and cover
assembly.
3. Gently pull the cover forward and disconnect the
2-pin connector from the main wiring harness.
4. Remove the fan from the cover assembly and discard
the old fan.
5. Install the new fan to the cover assembly using
screws previously removed.
6. Reconnect the fan to the 2-pin connector on the
main wiring harness.
7. Install the fan and cover assembly to the cabinet
using screws previously removed.
8. Reconnect power to the dispenser.
FIG. 3 CABINET FAN
Location:
The cabinet fan is located inside the dispenser cabinet
mounted in the center behind the fan guard cover.
RED
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Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the four screws attaching the fan and cover
assembly.
3. Gently pull the cover forward and disconnect the
2-pin connector from the main wiring harness.
4. With a voltmeter, check the voltage across the two
wire terminals of the main harness. Connect the
dispenser to the power source. The indication must
be 24 volts ac.
5. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
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FIG. 4 CABINET FAN TERMINALS
P1219
If voltage is present as described, replace the fan.
If voltage is not present as described, refer to the Wiring
Diagrams and check the dispenser wiring harness back
to the transformer (See TRANSFORMER).
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Compressor
FIG. 7 START RELAY TERMINALS
Compressor Start Relay: Refer to FIG. 7
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove compressor terminal cover (1).
3. Install meter leads as shown and check for low
nominal resistance through the PTC relay.
If continuity is not present, replace the PTC relay.
FIG. 5 COMPRESSOR
P1684.40
Location:
The compressor is located at the top of the dispenser
frame.
Plugs into Relay
FIG. 8 THERMAL OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR TERMINALS
FIG. 6 COMPRESSOR TERMINALS
Test Procedures:
Compressor: Refer to FIG. 6
1. Remove relay and thermal overload protector.
2. Use an Ohm meter, place one lead on the copper
tubing and the other on any of the three terminals
and set the meter to highest resistance setting.
If you get a resistance reading to ground, replace the
compressor.
Thermal Overload Protector: Refer to FIG. 8
1. Disconnect the overload from the compressor and
at room temperature. Install meter leads across the
two spade terminals and check for continuity
2. The eter display should read 0.00 or hear an audible
tone.
If continuity is not present at room temperature, replace
the overload protector.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Compressor (Cont.)
2
3
1
Removal and Replacement:
Compressor Relay: Refer to FIG. 9
1. Remove the terminal cover (1)
2. Disconnect the white wire from the compressor
relay.
3. Pull relay (2) off of the compressor pins.
4. Remove overload protector (3) and discard relay.
5. Install the overload protector on to the new relay.
6. Push new relay onto the compressor pins.
7. Refer to Fig. 9 and reconnect the wires.
8. Reinstall terminal cover (1).
P4040.13
FIG. 9 COMPRESSOR THERMAL
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR LOCATION
Compressor Thermal Overload Protector: Refer to
FIG. 9
1. Remove terminal cover (1).
2. Disconnect the BLU/BLK wire of the harness from
the thermal overload protector.
3. Remove relay (2).
4. Remove overload protector (3) and discard overload
protector.
5. Install new overload protector (3) on to the relay.
6. Install relay (2) on to the compressor.
7. Refer to Fig. 10 and reconnect the thermal overload
protector wires.
8. Reinstall terminal cover (1).
1. Compressor Terminal Cover
2. Compressor Relay
3. Thermal Overload Protector
5. Install new compressor over the four studs in the
dispenser chassis with the fill valve to the left side
of the dispenser.
6. Secure compressor to the dispenser chassis using
four .25-20 keps nuts and washers.
7. Reconnect tubes from the condenser and the accumulator to the compressor.
8. Evacuate the system.
9. Recharge system with:
Compressor Assy:
NOTE: Before removal of any refrigeration component
the refrigerant in the system must be reclaimed by a
licensed refrigeration repair person.
NOTE: When replacing the compressor it is recommended that the dryer also be replaced.
9 oz. Type R134A refrigerant.
Design Pressures: High 255 - Low 36 psi
NOTE: The charging of the system must be done by a
licensed refrigeration repair person.
NOTE: Refer to Wiring Diagrams when reconnecting
wires to Compressor, Thermal Overload Protector and
Start Relay.
1. Disconnect the tubes from the condenser and the
accumulator.
2. Disconnect the compressor wiring harness from
the dispenser main wiring harness.
3. Remove the four .25-20 keps nuts and washers
securing the compressor to the chassis. Set nuts
and washers aside for reassembly.
4. From the right side of the dispenser lift the compressor assembly over the four studs in the chassis
and remove compressor.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Compressor Switch
Refrigeration Switch
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the cover or splash panel to gain access
to the switch.
3. Gently disconnect the wiring harness from the
switch.
4. Remove the switch from the mounting bracket and
discard.
5. Install the new switch into the mounting bracket.
6. Reconnect the wiring harness to the new switch.
7. Install covers or panels previously removed.
8. Reconnect power to the dispenser.
P1684.40
FIG. 10 COMPRESSOR SWITCH
Location:
The switch is located on the front left of the dispenser
behind the splash panel.
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the two wires from the switch terminals.
3. Check for continuity across the switch terminals
with the switch in the “ON” position. Continuity
must not be present when the switch is in the “OFF”
position.
If continuity is present as described, reconnect the
wires to the switch terminals.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
switch.
P1219
FIG. 11 COMPRESSOR SWITCH TERMINALS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Condenser Fan
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the four screws attaching the fan and wire
guard to the mounting bracket.
3. Disconnect the 2-pin connector from the fan to the
main harness.
4. Remove the fan from the wire guard and discard.
5. Install the new fan onto the wire guard..
6. Install fan and wire guard assembly using four
screws previously removed.
7. Reconnect the wiring harness to the new fan.
8. Use wire ties where necessary to secure the wiring
from any moving parts.
9. Reconnect power to the dispenser.
FIG. 12 CONDENSER FAN
Location:
The condenser fan is located inside the main frame
below the compressor assembly.
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Disconnect the 2-pin from the fan to the main wiring
harness.
3. Check for continuity across the fan terminals.
BLU/BLK
WHI
If continuity is present as described, reconnect the
wires to the fan terminals.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
fan.
P1219
FIG. 13 CONDENSER FAN TERMINALS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the four #6-32 screws securing the control
board to the component bracket.
3. Disconnect all the plugs on the main wiring harness
from the connectors on the control board.
4. Remove the spacers from the control board and
discard.
5. Install the spacers on to the new control board.
6. Reconnect all plugs on the main harness to the
connectors on the control board.
7. Install new control board on the component bracket
using four #6-32 screws.
NOTE: Verify all ground wires are connected to the
grounding stud and secured with nuts.
NOTE: If the main circuit board is being replaced, the
technician should also calibrate the water bath thermistor after the new board is installed.
Control Board, Main
FIG. 14 CONTROL BOARD
P3250.25
Location:
The Main Control Board is located on the electrical
component enclosure behind the splash panel.
Test Procedure:
Power Supply Circuitry:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. With a voltmeter, back probe check the voltage
across pins 1 & 3 of the J6 connector on the wiring harness. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be 24 volts ac.
3. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
If voltage is present as described, proceed to step 4.
If voltage is not present as described, refer to the Wiring
Diagrams and check the dispenser wiring harness back
to the transformer (See TRANSFORMER).
4. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
5. With a voltmeter, back probe check the voltage
across pins 1 & 3 of the J12 connector on the
wiring harness. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be 24 volts ac.
6. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
FIG. 15 CONTROL BOARD CONNECTORS
If voltage is not present as described, refer to the Wiring
Diagrams and check the dispenser wiring harness back
to the transformer (See TRANSFORMER).
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Portion Control Board
Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove the five screws securing the door cover to
the door frame.
2. Carefully pull the cover forward and disconnect
all switch harnesses from the connectors on the
control board.
3. Remove the four #6-20 screws securing the control
board to the light panel.
4. Remove the spacers from the control board and
discard the old board.
5. Install the spacers on to the new control board.
6. Install new control board on the light panel using
four #6-20 screws.
7. Position the door cover to the door frame and
reconnect all switch harnesses to the connectors
on the control board.
8. Secure the door cover to the frame with the five
screws previously removed.
FIG. 16 PORTION CONTROL BOARD
Location:
The Portion Control Board is located inside the door
cover mounted on the bracket.
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. With a voltmeter, back probe check the voltage
across pins 1 & 5 of the J6 connector on the wiring harness. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be 30 volts dc.
3. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
J-8
J-7
If voltage is present as described, replace the board.
If voltage is not present, inspect the door cable and connector for loose connection at the CBA J11 connector.
J-9
J-6
J-1
J-2
J-3
J-4
J-5
J-6
J-7
J-8
J-9
Dispense Lockout Switch
Left and Right Handle Reed Switches
N/A
N/A
N/A
Door Harness to Main Circuit Board
N/A
Blue and Red LED's
N/A
J-5
J-3
J-4
J-1
J-2
FIG. 17 CONTROL BOARD CONNECTORS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Circulation Pump
Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove dispense platform for ease of taking out
recirculating pump.
2. Remove left and right side panels.
3. Remove silicone condensation hose out of bath
tank along side recirculating pump.
4. Disconnect pump motor and condenser fan wires
(1/4” spade terminals).
5. Release recirculating pump holding brackets each
side (4 nuts).
6. Lift up on recirculating pump and maneuver out
the right side of the machine.
FIG. 18 CIRCULATION PUMP
RED/BLK to
Compressor Switch
Location:
The Circulation Pump is located on top of the water
bath tank cover.
WHI to Transformer
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect both spade terminals at the pump.
2. With a voltmeter, place the leads across the harness
side that connected to the pump. The voltage reading
should be 120V ac continuously when dispenser is
powered.
3. Install amp clamp around red/black wire going to
the pump. Meter should display around .36 amps.
4. Visually ensure the pump is moving or circulating
water.
FIG. 19 CIRCULATION PUMP
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Dispense Switch
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Press the locking tabs of the old switch and remove
from the mounting bracket.
3. Disconnect the two brown wires and two blue wires
from the switch.
4. Connect the two brown wires and two blue wires
to the new switch terminals as shown below.
5. Press the new switch into the mounting bracket.
7. Return power to the dispenser.
FIG. 20 DISPENSE SWITCH
BRN to J5-4 to Main Circuit Board
Location:
The Dispense Switch is located on the rear side of
the inner door, upper corner.
BRN to Dispense Switch Harness
BLU to J11-4 to Main Circuit Board
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. With a voltmeter, back probe check across the two
brown wires on the switch.
3. Return power to the dispenser. The meter will display
0.00 for continuity.
4. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
BLU to J6-4 Auxillary CB
P1640
FIG. 21 SWITCH TERMINALS
If continuity is present as described, proceed to step 5.
If continuity is not present, replace the switch.
5. With an ohmmeter, check for continuity between
the terminals shown in Fig. 21.
Continuity must be present when the switch is in the
ON position.
If continuity is not present, replace the switch.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Dispense Pump
5. Install the new pump tube around the rotor and
position into the rear housing with the clamp resting on the top edge.
6. Install the front housing to be flush with the rear
housing.
7. Position the pump assembly back on the platform
and secure with four #8-32 x 2.45 screws previously
removed.
8. Repeat for remaining pump.
FIG. 22 DISPENSE PUMP
Location:
The Dispense Pumps are located on the platform
assembly.
Removal, Inspection, and Replacement:
1. Loosen the four #8-32 x 2.45 screws securing the
pump assembly to the platform.
2. Pry the two halves of the pump housing apart to
reveal the pump tube and the rotor.
3. Inspect the pump tubing for signs of wear and
replace every six months or as needed.
4. Inspect the pump rotor for signs of wear and replace
if necessary.
FIG. 23 DISPENSE PUMP COMPONENTS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Dispense Motor
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the two wires from the dispense motor.
2. Loosen the four #8-32 screws securing the motor
to the platform assembly and remove the motor.
3. Inspect the gasket and rubber bushings for signs
of wear and replace if necessary.
4. Position the new motor into place with the gasket
and bushings onto the platform. Secure with four
#8-32 screws previously removed.
5. Reconnect the two wires to the motor as shown in
Fig. 25.
FIG. 24 DISPENSE MOTOR
Location:
The Dispense Motors are located on the rear of the
platform assembly.
Test Procedure:
1. Turn main water supply off.
2. Gently move motor spade connectors to expose
enough motor terminal for the voltmeter leads to
be applied for DC voltage test.
2. With a voltmeter, install the red lead on the lower
motor terminal and the black lead on the upper
terminal. Pull the coresponding handle. A voltage reading between 9.0 to 25 volts dc should be
displayed on the voltmeter. The amount of voltage
is dependent upon the dispense station pot dial
setting.
3. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
FIG. 25 DISPENSE MOTOR CONNECTORS
If voltage is present as described, replace the motor.
If voltage is not present as described, refer to the Wiring
Diagrams and check the pull and hold handle assembly
with reed switch.
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5. Inspect the o-ring on the manifold tube connector
for signs of wear and replace if necessary.
6. Connect the water manifold tube to the valve and
secure in place with the plate and #6-32 screw
previously removed.
7. Reconnect the two wires to each valve as shown
in Fig.s 27 and 28.
SERVICE (CONT.)
Dispense Valve
Dispense Station #1 WHI/VIO
FIG. 26 DISPENSE VALVES
Location:
The Dispense Valves are located at the front of the
platform assembly. The associated flow adjustment in
the front of the still dispense valve is used to fine tune
the water flow to approximately 1.5 ounces per second.
YEL to Control Board
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. With a voltmeter, check the voltage across the two
wire terminals of the valve solenoid. Connect the
dispenser to the power source. The indication must
be 24 volts dc.
3. Check coil resistance by disconnecting the wires
going to the coil. Place meter leads across coil
terminals, the meter display should show approximately 44.3 ohms +/_ 10% at 77°F temperature.
FIG. 27 NITRO DISPENSE VALVE
Dispense Station #2 WHI/ORN
If readings are not as described, replace the valve.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the two wires from the dispense
valve.
2. Remove the #6-32 screw and plate securing the
water manifold tube to the valve.
3. Loosen the two #6-32 screws securing the valve
to the platform assembly and remove the valve.
4. Install the new valve onto the platform and secure
with two #6-32 screws previously removed.
YEL to Control Board
Flow Adjustment
FIG. 28 STILL DISPENSE VALVE
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4. Source a magnet to test the switch contacts for
closure.
5. With a voltmeter, check across the two terminals
for each dispense switch. Place the magnet near
the switch surface to close the switch contacts.
6. The meter will show 0.00 for continuity and when
the magnet is removed, the switch should return
to an open connection.
SERVICE (CONT.)
Dispense Handles
If continuity is not present with the test magnet, replace
the reed switch.
If continuity is continuous without the test magnet,
replace the reed switch.
If continuity is present with the test magnet, inspect
the pull and hold handle internal parts for mechanical
operation and magnet for corrosion.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the access plug from the bottom of the
door and remove the two screws attaching the pull
and hold handle assembly to the mounting bracket.
3. Disconnect the switches from the wiring harness
and remove the pull and hold handle assembly.
4. Carefully slide the new handle assembly through
the gasket.
5. Connect the wires for the nitro reed switch to the
connector with white and blue wires.
6. Connect the wires for the still reed switch to the
connector with white and red wires.
7. Insert the handle assembly into the door opening
and secure with two screws previously removed.
8. Re-install the access plug to the bottom of the door.
Reed Switches
Magnets
FIG. 29 DISPENSE HANDLES
Location:
The dispense handles are located on the lower
outside of the dispenser door.
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the access plug from the bottom of the
door and remove the two screws attaching the pull
and hold handle assembly to the mounting bracket.
3. Disconnect the switch from the wiring harness and
remove the reed switch from the block.
FIG. 30 DISPENSE REED SWITCH
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SERVICE (CONT.)
LED Lamps
4. Check for supply voltage (unregulated +30VDC)
across brown wire and white wire at J1 of the
regulator board. (FIG 32).
If voltge is present as described, replace LED regulator
board.
If voltage is not present as described, check the wiring
back to the main CBA.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect power from the dispenser.
2. Remove the five #6-32 screws securing the door
cover to the door.
3. Carefully lower the door cover and disconnect the
lamp terminals from the LED regulator board.
4. Remove and discard the faulty LED board.
5. Install a new LED regulator board exposing the
adhesive backing.
6. Refer to Fig. 32 and reconnect wires to the LED
regulator board.
7. Replace the door cover and secure with the five
#6-32 screws.
8. Return power to the dispenser.
LED regulator
board
FIG. 31 LED DOOR LIGHTS
Location:
The LED door lights are located inside the dispenser
door.
J3
Test Procedures:
No illumination at all: First verify that the dispense
lockout switch has not been turned off!
1. Disconnect power from the dispenser.
2. Check the voltage across the black and red leads
of J3 at the LED regulator board with a voltmeter.
Reconnect power to the dispenser. The indication
must be 24 volts dc.
3. Disconnect power from the dispenser.
J1
J2
White to brown
unregulated +30VDC
FIG. 32 LED DOOR LIGHT WIRING
If voltage is present as described, replace the defective
LED regulator board.
If voltage is not present as described, go to step 4.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Indicator LED
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect power from the dispenser.
2. Remove the five #6-32 screws securing the door
cover to the door.
3. Carefully lower the door cover and disconnect the
LED lamp terminals connected to the LED harness.
4. Remove and discard the faulty LED lamp.
5. Install a new LED lamp.
6. Reconnect wires to the LED harness.
7. Replace the door cover and secure with the five
#6-32 screws.
8. Return power to the dispenser.
N2 Empty/Low
Indicator LED
J6
FIG. 33 LED DOOR LIGHTS
Location:
The LED door lights are located inside the dispenser
door.
FIG. 34 LED DOOR LIGHT WIRING
Test Procedures:
Visual.
Ensure N2 cylinder gauge is higher than 100psig.
If No, replace the empty N2 cylinder with a full N2
cylinder.
If Yes, go to pressure switch test procedure
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Compressor Relay
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the wires from the relay.
2. Remove the two #8-32 locking screws securing the
relay and mounting bracket to the chassis. Remove
and discard relay.
3. Install the new relay to the mounting bracket and
then on the chassis using two #8-32 locking screws.
4. Refer to Fig. 36 to reconnect the wires.
Relay
Coil
Relay
Contacts
FIG. 35 RELAY
Location:
The relay (or contactor) is located inside the dispenser chassis on the upper outside of the component
bracket.
FIG. 36 RELAY TERMINALS
Test Procedures:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Disconnect the blue/black wire and the red/black
wires from relay terminals.
3. Connect the dispenser to the power source.
4. Turn on power and check for continuity across
terminals on relay.
The indication must be no continuity. Energize the
relay coil, the relay contacts should close and meter
will read 0.00.
NOTE: Relay does have a test button to close contacts
momentarily for testing purposes.
If continuity is not as described, replace the relay.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Water Pump Relay
4. Disconnect and isolate the 120 VAC wires on the
relay contact terminals.
Check relay contact terminals for continuity when relay
coil is activated by the corresponding handle. The meter
on the display should show 0.00 or audible tone.
If continuity or voltage is not present as described,
replace the relay.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the wires from the relay.
2. Remove the two nuts securing the relay to the
mounting bracket. Remove and discard relay.
3. Install the new relay to the mounting bracket using
two nuts.
4. Refer to Fig. 38 to reconnect the wires.
FIG. 37 RELAY
Location:
The relay (or contactor) is located inside the dispenser chassis on the lower outside of the component
bracket.
Contacts
Test Procedures: Continuity or Voltage Check
The coil is supplied with 24VDC from the control board
while the relay contact terminal has 120VAC on the
black wire.
1. Disconnect the wires going to the coil.
2. Install red meter lead into the solid yellow wire
spade terminal (+) and black meter lead into the
pink wire spade terminal (-).
3. Pull a handle, the meter display should show a
voltage reading 24.0 to 30.0VDC.
Coil
FIG. 38 RELAY TERMINALS
The relay contact terminal is a normally open contact
and will close upon 24VDC activation of the coil. Ensure
wires are attached to coil terminals.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Program Switch
Program Switch
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the cover or splash panel to gain access
to the switch.
3. Gently disconnect the wiring harness from the
switch.
4. Remove the switch from the mounting bracket and
discard.
5. Install the new switch into the mounting bracket.
6. Reconnect the wiring harness to the new switch.
7. Install covers or panels previously removed.
8. Reconnect power to the dispenser.
P1684.40
FIG. 39 PROGRAM SWITCH
Location:
The switch is located on the front left of the dispenser
behind the splash panel.
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the two wires from the switch terminals.
3. Check for continuity across the switch terminals
with the switch in the “ON” position. Continuity
must not be present when the switch is in the “OFF”
position.
If continuity is present as described, reconnect the
wires to the switch terminals.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
switch.
FIG. 40 PROGRAM SWITCH TERMINALS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Water Inlet Solenoid
If the sound is heard as described and water will not
pass through the solenoid valve, there may be a blockage in the water line before the solenoid valve or, the
solenoid valve may require inspection for wear, and
removal of waterborne particles.
If the sound is not heard as described, replace the
solenoid valve.
Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove the two wires from the solenoid valve.
2. Turn off the water supply to the dispenser.
3. Disconnect the water lines to and from the solenoid
valve.
4. Remove the two #8-32 screws securing the solenoid to the dispenser base. Remove solenoid.
5. Install new solenoid valve on the dispenser base
and secure with the two #8-32 screws.
6. Securely fasten the water lines to and from the
solenoid valve.
7. Refer to Schematic Wiring Diagram when reconnecting the wires.
FIG. 41 INLET SOLENOID VALVE
Location:
The inlet solenoid is located inside on the rear of
the dispenser base.
Test Procedures:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power
source.
2. Disconnect the two wires from the solenoid
valve.
3. Check for continuity across the solenoid valve coil
terminals.
120V 1.16 kΩ
If continuity is present as described, reconnect the two
wires to the solenoid.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
solenoid valve.
BRN to Control Board
4. Check the solenoid valve for coil action. Connect
the dispenser to the power source. Listen carefully
in the vicinity of the solenoid valve for a “clicking”
sound as the coil magnet attracts.
5. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
WHI to Control Board
P1217
FIG. 42 INLET SOLENOID VALVE TERMINALS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Water Tank Solenoid
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Turn off the water supply to the dispenser.
3. Remove the two wires from the solenoid valve.
4. Disconnect the water line from the solenoid valve.
5. Remove the #10-32 screws securing the solenoid
valve to the chassis frame. Remove solenoid valve.
6. Using the #10-32 screws install new solenoid valve
to the chassis frame.
7. Reconnect the water lines to solenoid valve.
8. Refer to schematic wiring diagrams when reconnecting the wires.
FIG. 43 WATER TANK SOLENOID
Location:
The Water Tank solenoid is located at the inside
rear of the chassis frame.
Blue Wire
Test Procedures:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Disconnect the two wires from the solenoid valve.
3. Check for continuity across the solenoid valve coil
terminals.
Yellow Wire
Coil Resistance should be:
20.8 +/- 1.6 Ohm @ 68° F.
21.2 +/- 1.7 Ohm @ 77° F.
If continuity is present as described, reconnect the two
wires to the solenoid.
If continuity is not present as described, replace the
solenoid valve.
FIG. 44 SOLENOID TERMINALS
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Water Tank Float Switch
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Turn off the water supply to the dispenser.
3. Disconnect the float switch from the main harness.
4. Remove the float switch from the tank lid.
5. Install a new float switch to the tank lid.
6. Reconnect the float switch to the main harness.
7. Reconnect the water lines to solenoid valve.
8. Restore power to the dispenser.
FIG. 45 WATER TANK FLOAT SWITCH
Location:
The Water Tank Float Switch is located in the top
of the water tank lid.
Purpose:
The float switch is used to monitor and control water
level in the tank. The float in down position has the
internal contacts closed, up position opens the internal
contacts which stops the water tank fill process when
the On/Off dispense switch is in the On position.
FIG. 46 SWITCH TERMINALS
Test Procedures:
Float down position: 0.00vdc or continuity across float
contacts.
Float up position: 5.0vdc or no continuity across float
contacts.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Temperature Probe
(Also known as Water Bath Thermistor)
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Remove the top rear cover.
3. Disconnect the two pin connector from the dispenser main wiring harness.
4. Remove the temperature probe by firmly pullingup on the tube at the tank lid. This will disengage
the grommet from the tank lid.
5. Slide a new grommet on to the new temperature
probe.
6. Insert the temperature probe through the hole
in the tank lid and press the grommet firmly and
evenly so that the groove in the grommet fits into
the tank lid.
7. Reconnect the two pin connector to the dispenser
main wiring harness.
FIG. 47 TEMPERATURE PROBE
ORN pin 1
WHI pin 2
Location:
The temperature probe is located on the top of the
tank assembly.
Purpose:
A thermistor (NTC) is a type of resistor which resistance is dependent on temperature. The temperature sensor will become cool and embedded in the
ice block, the resis-tance will increase to the shut off
point of the software param-eter. When the water temperature starts rising in temperature, the thermistor
resistance starts decreasing which tells the control
board to activate the refrigeration circuit.
FIG. 48 TEMPERATURE PROBE
Test Procedure:
Disconnect temperature probe from J9 on control
board and place the temperature sensor in a cup of
ice water for a few minutes before checking the resistance across the two terminals of the temperature
probe while in the cup of ice water (32° F). The resistance should be within 31280.00 to 34022.00 Ohms
@ 32° F.
If resistance is not to specification, replace the temperature probe.
TEMP
RESISTANCE
VOLTAGE
SHORTED
0Ω
0VDC
32° F
0.0° C
31.2k - 34k Ω
3.3VDC
77° F
25.0° C
9.8k - 10.2k Ω
1.5VDC
OPEN
INFINITE
5.0VDC
NOTE: ALL FIGURES LISTED ABOVE ARE APPROXIMATE.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Temperature Sensor
Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove the left side housing panel.
2. Disconnect the plug on the temperature sensor
leads from the connector on the dispenser main
harness.
3. Open the cabinet door and remove the product
containers.
4. Remove the cabinet fan and fan guard assembly.
5. Clip off the connector and pull the temperature
sensor from the top left rear of the cabinet and
discard.
6. Push new temperature sensor wires into the grommet at the top left rear of the cabinet and secure to
sensor mounting clip.
7. Refer to Fig. 50 and connect the wires to the new
plug.
8. Connect the sensor plug to the connector from the
main harness.
9. Reinstall the cabinet fan and guard assembly.
10. Reinstall the left side housing panel.
FIG. 49 TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Location:
The Temperature Sensor is located inside the cabinet
between the fan and the water coil.
Test Procedures:
1. Remove the left side housing panel.
2. Connect a voltmeter across the two leads of the
temperature sensor (leave plug connected);
The indication must be:
a) Approx. 1.4 vdc @ 71° F
b) Approx. 2.6 vdc @ 32° F
1. BLK to GRY J7-1
(Control Board) Positive
2. BLK to WHI/BLK J7-2
(Control Board) Negative
If voltage reading is 0v, the Control Board is not supplying the necessary 5v and should be replaced. If the
reading stays at 5vdc, replace sensor.
2
Alternate Test:
2. Disconnect the plug on sensor leads and check
resistance as indicated in chart.
1
FIG. 50 TEMPERATURE SENSOR
If resistance reading is not within the range listed in
chart, replace sensor.
TEMP
RESISTANCE
VOLTAGE
SHORTED
0Ω
0VDC
32° F
0° C
5532k Ω
5758k Ω
2.5VDC
77° F
25.0° C
2k Ω
3.3VDC
OPEN
INFINITE
5.0VDC
NOTE: ALL FIGURES LISTED ABOVE ARE APPROXIMATE.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Transformer
Removal and Replacement:
1. Loosen the two #8-32 screws securing the component bracket to the dispenser housing base.
2. Pull component bracket out the front of the dispenser
far enough so the transformer can be disconnected
from the main wiring harness.
3 Remove the two #6-32 keps nuts securing the
transformer to the component bracket.
5. Remove and discard the transformer.
6. Install new transformer on the component bracket
and secure with two #6-32 keps nuts.
7. Refer to Fig. 52 and connect the transformer to the
main wiring harness.
8. Place the component bracket into position and
tighten the two #8-32 screws.
FIG. 51 TRANSFORMER
Location:
The transformer is located on the electrical component mounting bracket on the lower front of the
dispenser behind the splash panel.
WHI from
WHI/BLU to Control
Board J6-1
Power Cord
BLK from
Test Procedure:
1. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
2. Check the voltage across black wire and the white
wire from the main harness. Connect the dispenser
to power source. The indication must be 120 volts
ac.
4. Disconnect the dispenser from the power source.
Power Cord
If voltage is present as described, proceed to #5.
If voltage is not present as described, refer to the Wiring
Diagrams and check the main wiring harness.
BLU to Control
Board J6-3
5. Check the voltage between J6-1 and J6-3 at the
control board. Connect the dispenser to the power
source. The indication must be 24 volts ac.
P1647
FIG. 52 TRANSFORMER TERMINALS
If voltage is present as described the transformer is
operating properly.
If voltage is not present as described, replace the
transformer.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Dispense Water Booster Pump
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect dispenser from the power source.
2. Shut off nitrogen gas at supply tank.
3. Remove the right side housing panel.
4. Disconnect the plug on the booster pump leads
from the connector on the dispenser main harness.
5. Disconnect the nitrogen lines from the booster
pump.
6. Remove the four nuts securing the pump to the
mounting bracket and discard the pump.
7. Install the new booster pump to the mounting
bracket and secure with new hardware supplied
with the replacement booster pump.
8. Reconnect the nitrogen lines to the booster pump.
9. Connect the pump harness plug to the connector
on the main harness.
10. Reinstall the right side housing panel.
11. Turn on nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
FIG. 53 WATER BOOSTER PUMP
Location:
The Temperature Sensor is located inside the cabinet
between the fan and the water coil.
Test Procedures:
Install red meter lead into terminal 1 and black meter
lead into terminal 2 of the harness pump connector.
Pull a handle to activate the dispense pump. The reading
on the meter display should indicate 120.0VAC reading.
No voltage - first, check pump fuse for continuity before
going to the corresponding dispense pump relay.
Yes voltage - replace booster water pump.
FIG. 54 WATER BOOSTER PUMP
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Water Pressure Regulator
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect dispenser from the power source.
2. Shut off water supply to the dispenser.
3. Remove the right side housing panel.
4. Disconnect the water lines to and from the regulator.
6. Install the new regulator and attach water lines
previously removed.
7. Reconnect the water supply to the dispenser.
8. Check for leaks and correct if necessary.
9. Reinstall the right side housing panel.
10. Connect power to the dispenser.
FIG. 55 WATER PRESSURE REGULATOR
Location:
The Water Pressure Regulator is located inside the
cabinet on the front right side of the water bath tank.
Test Procedures:
Remove pressure regulator from dispenser. Attach
a water line to the incoming side and a test pressure
gauge assembly on the outlet side. Place water outlet
into an empty bucket and turn on water supply. Unlock
the adjustment knob and rotate knob while watching
the pressure gauge for increase or decrease in water
pressure. If the water pressure or water flow doesn’t
change, replace the regulator.
FIG. 56 WATER PRESSURE REGULATOR
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Nitrogenator Assembly
Water Inlet
Check Valve
N2 Gas
Capillary Tube
Check Valve
Nitro
Outlet
N2 Inlet
FIG. 57 NITROGENATOR ASSEMBLY
Location:
The Nitrogenator is located inside the cabinet on the
platform assembly. The check valves are components
of the Nitrogenator assembly
FIG. 58 NITROGENATOR ASSEMBLY
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect dispenser from the power source.
2. Shut off water supply to the dispenser.
3. Shut off nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
4. Remove the right side housing panel.
5. Disconnect the water lines and nitrogen supply to
the Nitrogenator assembly.
6. Disassemble the nitrogenator to test check valves.
7. Install the new nitrogenator and attach water line
and nitrogen line previously removed.
7. Reconnect the water supply to the dispenser.
8. Reconnect nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
8. Check for leaks and correct if necessary.
9. Reinstall the right side housing panel.
10. Connect power to the dispenser.
Test Procedures:
If you experience weak or erratic water delivery out the
Nitro dispense nozzle or there is no cascading of the
Nitro Coffee beverage, check valves may be obstructed.
Remove and clear check valves.
Remove check valve and check with external air or
water source by installing valve in reverse flow. A good
valve should not allow air or water to flow in reverse
direction.
FIG. 59 CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Pressure Switch
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect dispenser from the power source.
2. Shut off nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
3. Remove the right side housing panel.
4. Disconnect the pressure switch from the Nitrogen
line.
5. Install the new pressure switch to the nitrogen line.
6. Reconnect nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
7. Reinstall the right side housing panel.
8. Connect power to the dispenser.
FIG. 60 NITROGEN PRESSURE SWITCH
Location:
The Nitrogenator is located inside the cabinet on the
platform assembly. The check valves are components
of the Nitrogenator assembly
FIG. 61 NITROGEN PRESSURE SWITCH
Test Procedures:
Check for continuity across terminals when no N2 gas
pressure is applied.
No continuity - replace pressure switch.
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Nitrogen Regulator
Removal and Replacement:
1. Disconnect dispenser from the power source.
2. Shut off water supply to the dispenser.
3. Shut off nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
4. Remove the right side housing panel.
5. Disconnect the water lines and nitrogen supply to
the Nitrogenator assembly.
6. Disassemble the nitrogenator to test check valves.
7. Install the new nitrogenator and attach water line
and nitrogen line previously removed.
7. Reconnect the water supply to the dispenser.
8. Reconnect nitrogen supply to the dispenser.
8. Check for leaks and correct if necessary.
9. Reinstall the right side housing panel.
10. Connect power to the dispenser.
FIG. 62 NITROGEN REGULATOR
Location:
The Nitrogenator is located inside the cabinet on the
platform assembly. The check valves are components
of the Nitrogenator assembly
Test Procedures:
Note: Create a nitrogen test gauge that can connect to
a female quick disconnect fitting. See Fig 63.
Check N2 supply tank is adequately full before performing test. Turn off N2 supply and relieve pressure
by pulling on the corresponding handle to open the
dispense valve. Disconnect the gas infusion manifold
at the quick disconnect fitting. Connect the test gauge
and turn N2 supply back on. The pressure reading
should be at 90psig.
Nitrogen Test Gauge
FIG. 63 NITROGEN REGULATOR
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SERVICE (CONT.)
Nitro Stout Insert
Removal and Replacement:
1. Remove the nitro dispense nozzle.
2. Remove the nitro stout insert from the dispense
nozzle.
3. Check for obstructions and clean if necessary.
4. Reinstall the nitro stout insert into the dispense
nozzle.
5. Reinstall the nitro dispense nozzle.
FIG. 64 NITRO STOUT INSERT
Location:
The Nitrogenator is located inside the cabinet on the
platform assembly. The check valves are components
of the Nitrogenator assembly
Test Procedures:
Inspect & Clean
Remove Nitro nozzle from the dispense station. Locate
the insert inside the nozzle and gently remove insert.
Inspect the inner diameter of all five holes for product
residue. Clean and clear the residue from the holes.
Ensure all holes appear the same diameter size before
installing insert back into a clean Nitro nozzle.
FIG. 65 NITRO STOUT INSERT
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Triac Map
1. Compressor Relay Q25
2. Not Used
1
3. Not Used
10
4. Not Used
9
5. Not Used
6. Not Used
7. Not Used
2
6
8. Not Used
7
8
9. Not Used Q11
10. Inlet Water Valve Q10
11. Not Used
4
3
5
11
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SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM
120V
MODELS
220-230V
MODELS
L1 N
L
O
A
D
L
I
N
E
B
A
B
A
B
BLK
BRN/WHI
WHI/GRN
TRANSFORMER
A
WHI
EMI
FILTER
GRN
WHI/BLU
BRN
BLU
GRN/YEL
SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM
NITRON2 COLD DRAFT COUNTERTOP DISPENSER
BLU
GND L1 N
A B
WATER BOOSTER
PUMP
BLK
WHI
COMPRESSOR ASSY
BLU/BLK
PTC
ASSY 1
CONDENSOR FAN
WHI
WHI
RED/BLK
PUMP
1
LEFT
DISPENSE
SOL
RIGHT
DISPENSE
YEL
YEL
SOL
VIO
WHI/ORN
YEL
RED
ORN
WHI/ORN
RED
ORN
VIO
YEL
WHI/ORN
WHI/VIO
WHI/BLU
BLU
WHI/BLU
J3-1
J3-2
RED
WHI/RED
J7-1
J7-2
GRY
WHI/BLK
J2-6
J9-1
J9-2
BLK or ORN
WHI
J6-1
J6-3
J12-1
BLU
J12-3
BLK
RED
YEL
BLU
ORN
J11-1
PNK
FAN
1
SOL
YEL
t
WATER BATH
THERMISTOR
BLU
PNK
YEL
WHI/RED
WHI/BLU
Lited Doors
_
+
J8-1 J8-2
CABINET
THERMISTOR
WHI/BLU
1
NITROGEN
PRESSURE
SENSOR
BLK
BLK
2
BATH
FILL
FLOAT
J2-1
WHI/YEL
BLK
BRN
L.E.D.
BLK
NITROGEN PRESSURE
120 VOLTS AC
or
220-230 VOLTS AC
2 WIRE
SINGLE PHASE
WHI
BRN
GRN
PROGRAM
SWITCH
BRN
DISPENSE AREA
RED
RED
BLK
BLK
+
_
J1-1
BLU
L.E.D.
RED
RED
J3-1
BLU
BLK
DISPENSE AREA
RIGHT
DISPENSE
Regulator
Board
WHI/RED
WHI
J5-4
BLK
RED
t
WHI/YEL
J5-1
J11-5
J5-5
J5-1
J1-3
J1-1
J8-8
J15-4
BLU
BLU
J8-5
J8-1
J4-5
RED
BLK
BLK
BLK
J4-1
J3-5
J3-1
J2-1
J2-5
WHI/RED
WHI/RED
WHI/BLU
WHI/BLU
L.E.D.
PULL & HOLD BODY
K2
BLK
RED
LEFT
DISPENSE
BLU
J13-1
J13-6
J6-5
RED
BLK
WATER BATH
FILL
J15-1
J6-1
AUXILLARY
CONTROL BOARD
SOL
J2-1
RED
ORN
12
WATER BOOSTER
PUMP RELAY
WHI
YEL
CONTROL P C BOARD
VIO
WHI/ORN
YEL
WHI/VIO
K2
WATER INLET
VALVE
BRN
GRN
ORN
WHI/VIO
WHI/VIO
COMPRESSOR/WATER BATH
SWITCH
BRN
RED
VIO
RED/BLK
WHI
PUMP
PUMP
WHI
BLK
WHI/BLK
BRN
RED
WHI RECIR.
RIGHT
DISPENSE
BLK
K1
LEFT
DISPENSE
BLK
BLK
MOTOR
RED/BLK
WHI
BLU/BLK
BLU/BLK
WHI/BLK
BLK
4
K1
BLK
WHI
WHI
N
1
2
J1-5
5
J1-1
6
WHI
RUN
START
GRN/YEL-16
3
GRN
COMPRESSOR
MOTOR
LIMIT
THERM.
WHI
BRN
GRN
BLK
DISPENSE
LOCKOUT
SWITCH
Chassis
Ground
Chassis
Ground
Door
Ground
54267.0000B 07/17 © 2017 BUNN-O-MATIC CORPORATION
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W/Tape Over-Laminate
Black Ink
Finished Size: 6.5" x 6.0"
~ 40% Reduction
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