Hoshizaki F-2001MRH-C Instruction Manual

Hoshizaki F-2001MRH-C Instruction Manual
Instruction Manual
Modular Flaker
Models
FD-1001MAJ-C, MRJ-C
F-1501MAH(-C), MWH(-C), MRH(-C)
F-2001MWH(-C), MRH(3)(-C), MLH(-C)
hoshizakiamerica.com
Issued: 7-17-2014
Revised: 8-18-2017
WARNING
Only qualified service technicians should install and service the appliance. To
obtain the name and phone number of your local Hoshizaki Certified Service
Representative, visit www.hoshizaki.com. No installation or service should be
undertaken until the technician has thoroughly read this Instruction Manual.
Likewise, the owner/manager should not proceed to operate the appliance until the
installer has instructed them on its proper operation. Failure to install, operate, and
maintain the appliance in accordance with this manual will adversely affect safety,
performance, component life, and warranty coverage and may result in costly water
damage. Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer. Product failure or
property damage due to improper installation is not covered under warranty.
Hoshizaki provides this manual primarily to assist qualified service technicians in the
installation, maintenance, and service of the appliance.
Should the reader have any questions or concerns which have not been satisfactorily
addressed, please call, send an e-mail message, or write to the Hoshizaki Technical
Support Department for assistance.
Phone: 1-800-233-1940; (770) 487-2331
Fax: 1-800-843-1056; (770) 487-3360
E-mail: techsupport@hoshizaki.com
618 Highway 74 South
Peachtree City, GA 30269
Attn: Hoshizaki Technical Support Department
NOTE: To expedite assistance, all correspondence/communication MUST include the
following information:
• Model Number
• Serial Number
• Complete and detailed explanation of the problem.
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IMPORTANT
This manual should be read carefully before the appliance is installed and operated.
Read the warnings and guidelines contained in this manual carefully as they
provide essential information for the continued safe use and maintenance of the
appliance. Retain this manual for any further reference that may be necessary.
CONTENTS
Important Safety Information.................................................................................................. 5
I. Specifications....................................................................................................................... 7
A. Electrical and Refrigerant Data...................................................................................... 7
1. FD-1001M_J-C.......................................................................................................... 7
2. F-1501M_H(-C)......................................................................................................... 7
3. F-2001M_H(3)(-C).................................................................................................... 8
B. Dimensions/Connections............................................................................................... 9
1. Air-Cooled Models (MAH/MAJ(-C))........................................................................... 9
2. Water-Cooled Models (MWH(-C))........................................................................... 10
3. Remote Models (MRH/MRJ(3)(-C)) and Low-Side Models (MLH(-C))....................11
4. Remote Condenser Unit URC-5F (use with FD-1001MRJ-C)................................. 12
5. Remote Condenser Unit URC-14F (use with F-1501MRH(-C)).............................. 12
6. Remote Condenser Unit URC-22F (use with F-2001MRH(3)(-C)).......................... 13
II. Installation and Operating Instructions............................................................................. 14
A. Location....................................................................................................................... 14
B. Checks Before Installation............................................................................................ 14
C. How to Remove Panels................................................................................................ 15
D. Dispenser Unit/Ice Storage Bin and Icemaker Setup................................................... 16
E. Electrical Connection................................................................................................... 17
F. Water Supply and Drain Connections........................................................................... 19
1. Icemaker................................................................................................................. 20
2. Water-Cooled Condenser....................................................................................... 21
G. Installation of Remote Condenser Unit for Remote Models......................................... 23
1. Location.................................................................................................................. 23
2. Checks Before Installation...................................................................................... 24
3. Setup...................................................................................................................... 24
4. Line Set Size and Refrigerant Charge.................................................................... 24
5. Line Set Installation................................................................................................ 25
6. Electrical Connection.............................................................................................. 28
7. Stacking Remote Condenser Unit........................................................................... 29
H. Connection to an R-404A Parallel Rack System for Low-Side Models........................ 30
1. Line Set Size and Rack System Requirements....................................................... 30
2. Line Set Installation................................................................................................ 30
I. Final Checklist............................................................................................................... 33
J. Startup.......................................................................................................................... 34
K. Bin Control Check........................................................................................................ 35
1. Infrared Sensor Check............................................................................................ 35
2. Mechanical Backup Bin Control Check................................................................... 37
3. Infrared Sensor Shutdown Delay............................................................................ 38
L. Alarm Safeties.............................................................................................................. 39
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III. Maintenance.................................................................................................................... 40
A. Maintenance Schedule................................................................................................. 41
B. Cleaning and Sanitizing Instructions............................................................................ 42
IV. Preparing the Icemaker for Periods of Non-Use.............................................................. 46
V. Disposal............................................................................................................................ 48
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Important Safety Information
Throughout this manual, notices appear to bring your attention to situations which could
result in death, serious injury, damage to the appliance, or damage to property.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which could result in death or
serious injury.
NOTICE
Indicates a situation which could result in damage to the
appliance or property.
IMPORTANT
Indicates important information about the installation, use, and
care of the appliance.
WARNING
The appliance should be destined only to the use for which it has been expressly
conceived. Any other use should be considered improper and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for injury or damage resulting
from improper, incorrect, and unreasonable use. Failure to install, operate, and
maintain the appliance in accordance with this manual will adversely affect safety,
performance, component life, and warranty coverage and may result in costly water
damage.
To reduce the risk of death, electric shock, serious injury, or fire, follow basic
precautions including the following:
• Only qualified service technicians should install and service the appliance.
• The appliance must be installed in accordance with applicable national, state, and
local codes and regulations.
• Electrical connection must be hard-wired and must meet national, state, and local
electrical code requirements. Failure to meet these code requirements could result
in death, electric shock, serious injury, fire, or damage.
• The icemaker requires an independent power supply of proper capacity. See the
nameplate for electrical specifications. Failure to use an independent power supply
of proper capacity can result in a tripped breaker, blown fuse, damage to existing
wiring, or component failure. This could lead to heat generation or fire.
• THE ICEMAKER MUST BE GROUNDED. Failure to properly ground the icemaker
could result in death or serious injury.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not touch the power switch or control switch
with damp hands.
• Move the power switch to the "OFF" position and turn off the power supply before
servicing. Lockout/Tagout to prevent the power supply from being turned back on
inadvertently.
• Do not place fingers or any other objects into the ice discharge opening.
• Do not make any alterations to the appliance. Alterations could result in electric
shock, injury, fire, or damage.
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WARNING, continued
• The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
• Children should be properly supervised around the appliance.
• Do not climb, stand, or hang on the appliance or allow children or animals to do so.
Serious injury could occur or the appliance could be damaged.
• Do not use combustible spray or place volatile or flammable substances near the
appliance. They might catch fire.
• Keep the area around the appliance clean. Dirt, dust, or insects in the appliance
could cause harm to individuals or damage to the appliance.
Additional Warning for Remote Models
• THE REMOTE CONDENSER UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED. The power supply and
ground connection to the remote condenser unit are supplied from the icemaker.
Failure to properly ground the remote condenser unit could result in death or
serious injury.
• Wire routing (conduit) and disconnect (if required) must meet national, state, and
local electrical code requirements. Failure to meet these code requirements could
result in death, electric shock, serious injury, fire, or damage.
NOTICE
• Follow the water supply, drain connection, and maintenance instructions carefully to
reduce the risk of costly water damage.
• In areas where water damage is a concern, install in a contained area with a floor
drain.
• Install the icemaker in a location that stays above freezing. Normal operating
ambient temperature must be within 45°F to 100°F (7°C to 38°C).
• Do not leave the icemaker on during extended periods of non-use, extended
absences, or in sub-freezing temperatures. To properly prepare the icemaker for
these occasions, follow the instructions in "IV. Preparing the Icemaker for Periods of
Non-Use."
• Do not place objects on top of the appliance.
• The dispenser unit/ice storage bin is for ice use only. Do not store anything else in
the dispenser unit/ice storage bin.
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I. Specifications
A. Electrical and Refrigerant Data
The rating label and nameplate provide electrical and refrigerant data. The rating label
can be seen by removing the front panel. The nameplate is located on the rear panel. For
certification marks, see the nameplate.
We reserve the right to make changes in specifications and design without prior notice.
1. FD-1001M_J-C
Single Phase
Model Number
FD-1001MAJ-C
AC Supply Voltage 115/60/1
Compressor
115V 12RLA 93LRA
Gear Motor
115V 3.0FLA 200W
Fan Motor
115V 1.0FLA 1/15HP
Other
120V 0.03A
Maximum Fuse Size 20 AMPS
Max. HACR Breaker 20 AMPS
(USA Only)
Max. Circuit Breaker 20 AMPS
(Canada Only)
Minimum Circuit
20 AMPS
Ampacity
Design Pressure
HI - 427PSI LO - 230PSI
Refrigerant
404A 2 LB. 4.1 OZ.
FD-1001MRJ-C
115/60/1
115V 11.2RLA 93LRA
115V 3.0FLA 200W
Remote 115V 1.0FLA 1/12HP
120V 0.53A
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
HI - 427PSI LO - 230PSI
404A
Total Refrigerant Charge with
Hoshizaki Remote Condenser
Unit URC-5F: 4 LB. 1.2 OZ.
2. F-1501M_H(-C)
Model Number
AC Supply Voltage
Compressor
Gear Motor
Fan Motor
Other
Maximum Fuse Size
Max. HACR Breaker
(USA Only)
Max. Circuit Breaker
(Canada Only)
Minimum Circuit
Ampacity
Design Pressure
Refrigerant
Single Phase
F-1501MAH(-C)
F-1501MWH(-C)
208-230/60/1(3 wire with
208-230/60/1 (3 wire with
neutral)
neutral)
208-230V 9.3RLA 56LRA 208-230V 9.3RLA 56LRA
120V 5.6FLA 400W
120V 5.6FLA 400W
115V 1.0FLA 1/15HP
Cabinet: 115V 0.51FLA 8W
120V 0.03A
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
120V 0.03A
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
F-1501MRH(-C)
208-230/60/1 (3 wire with
neutral)
208-230V 9.3RLA 56LRA
120V 5.6FLA 400W
Cabinet: 115V 0.51FLA 8W
Remote: 120V 3A MAX
120V 0.03A
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
20 AMPS
HI - 427PSI LO - 230PSI
404A 2 LB. 5 OZ.
HI - 427PSI LO - 230PSI
404A 1 LB. 4 OZ.
HI - 427PSI LO - 230PSI
404A
Total Refrigerant Charge with
Hoshizaki Remote Condenser
Unit URC-14F: 9 LB. 9 OZ.
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3. F-2001M_H(3)(-C)
Single Phase
F-2001MWH(-C)
F-2001MRH(-C)
208-230/60/1 (3 wire with 208-230/60/1 (3 wire with
neutral)
neutral)
Compressor
240V 10.8RLA 96LRA
240V 10.8RLA 96LRA
Gear Motor
120V 5.6FLA 400W
120V 5.6FLA 400W
Fan Motor
Cabinet: 115V 0.51FLA 8W Cabinet: 115V 0.51FLA 8W
Remote: 120V 3A MAX
Other
120V 0.03A
120V 0.03A
Maximum Fuse Size 30 AMPS
30 AMPS
Max. HACR Breaker 30 AMPS
30 AMPS
(USA Only)
Max. Circuit Breaker 30 AMPS
30 AMPS
(Canada Only)
Minimum Circuit
30 AMPS
30 AMPS
Ampacity
Design Pressure
HI - 460PSI LO - 290PSI
HI - 460PSI LO - 290PSI
Refrigerant
404A 2 LB.
404A
Total Refrigerant Charge with
Hoshizaki Remote Condenser
Unit URC-22F: 14 LB. 9 OZ.
Model Number
AC Supply Voltage
Three Phase
F-2001MRH3(-C)
208-230/60/3
240V 9.0RLA 75LRA
120V 5.6FLA 400W
Cabinet: 115V 0.51FLA 8W
Remote: 120V 3A MAX
Other
120V 0.03A
Maximum Fuse Size 20 AMPS
Max. HACR Breaker 20 AMPS
(USA Only)
Max. Circuit Breaker 20 AMPS
(Canada Only)
Minimum Circuit
20 AMPS
Ampacity
Design Pressure
HI - 460PSI LO - 290PSI
Refrigerant
404A
Total Refrigerant Charge with
Hoshizaki Remote Condenser
Unit URC-22F: 14 LB. 9 OZ.
Model Number
AC Supply Voltage
Compressor
Gear Motor
Fan Motor
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F-2001MLH(-C)
115/60/1
--- --- --120V 5.6FLA 400W
Cabinet: 115V 0.51FLA 8W
120V 0.03A
15 AMPS
15 AMPS
15 AMPS
15 AMPS
HI - 460PSI LO - 290PSI
404A
B. Dimensions/Connections
Units: mm [in.]
1. Air-Cooled Models (MAH/MAJ(-C))
Side
Rear
Model Shown: F-1501MAH
FD-1001MAJ-C F-1501MAH(-C)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
560 [22]
556 [21-7/8]
395 [15-1/2]
659 [26]
601 [23-5/8]
575 [22-5/8]
169 [6-5/8]
25 [1]
35 [1-3/8]
62 [2-1/2]
607 [23-7/8]
587 [23-1/8]
768 [30-1/4]
762 [30]
602 [23-3/4]
874 [34-3/8]
821 [32-3/8]
731 [28-3/4]
170 [6-3/4]
25 [1]
44 [1-3/4]
87 [3-3/8]
695 [27-3/8]
675 [26-5/8]
Model Shown: F-1501MAH
Bottom
Model Shown: F-1501MAH
Bottom
NOTICE
• Allow 6" (15 cm) clearance at rear
and sides for proper air circulation
and ease of maintenance and/or
service should they be required. Allow
24" (61 cm) clearance at top to allow
for removal of the auger.
• The dispenser unit/ice storage bin
opening must accommodate the
bottom opening as in the illustration.
Model Shown: FD-1001MAJ-C
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Units: mm [in.]
2. Water-Cooled Models (MWH(-C))
Side
Rear
Model Shown: F-1501MWH
F-1501MWH(-C) F-2001MWH(-C)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
768 [30-1/4]
762 [30]
602 [23-3/4]
874 [34-3/8]
821 [32-3/8]
731 [28-3/4]
170 [6-3/4]
25 [1]
44 [1-3/4]
87 [3-3/8]
371 [14-5/8]
139 [5-1/2]
127 [5]
768 [30-1/4]
762 [30]
602 [23-3/4]
874 [34-3/8]
821 [32-3/8]
705 [27-3/4]
170 [6-3/4]
25 [1]
44 [1-3/4]
76 [3]
330 [13]
178 [7]
51 [2]
NOTICE
• Allow 6" (15 cm) clearance at rear
and sides for proper air circulation
and ease of maintenance and/or
service should they be required. Allow
24" (61 cm) clearance at top to allow
for removal of the auger.
• The dispenser unit/ice storage bin
opening must accommodate the
bottom opening as in the illustration.
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Model Shown: F-1501MWH
Bottom
Model Shown: F-1501MWH
3. Remote Models (MRH/MRJ(3)(-C)) and Low-Side Models (MLH(-C))
Units: mm [in.]
Side
Rear
P
O
Model Shown: F-1501MRH
FD-1001MRJ-C
F-1501MRH(-C)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
560 [22]
556 [21-7/8]
395 [15-1/2]
659 [26]
601 [23-5/8]
575 [22-5/8]
169 [6-5/8]
25 [1]
35 [1-3/8]
768 [30-1/4]
762 [30]
602 [23-3/4]
874 [34-3/8]
821 [32-3/8]
731 [28-3/4]
170 [6-3/4]
25 [1]
44 [1-3/4]
F-2001MRH(3)(-C)
F-2001MLH(-C)
768 [30-1/4]
762 [30]
602 [23-3/4]
874 [34-3/8]
821 [32-3/8]
705 [27-3/4]
170 [6-3/4]
25 [1]
44 [1-3/4]
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
62 [2-1/2]
434 [17-1/8]
72 [2-7/8]
60 [2-3/8]
70 [2-3/4]
607 [23-7/8]
587 [23-1/8]
87 [3-3/8]
524 [20-5/8]
92 [3-5/8]
62 [2-1/2]
70 [2-3/4]
695 [27-3/8]
675 [26-5/8]
76 [3]
524 [20-5/8]
92 [3-5/8]
62 [2-1/2]
70 [2-3/4]
695 [27-3/8]
675 [26-5/8]
Model Shown: F-1501MRH
Bottom
Model Shown: F-1501MRH
Bottom
NOTICE
• Allow 6" (15 cm) clearance at rear
and sides for proper air circulation
and ease of maintenance and/or
service should they be required. Allow
24" (61 cm) clearance at top to allow
for removal of the auger.
• The dispenser unit/ice storage bin
opening must accommodate the
bottom opening as in the illustration.
Model Shown: FD-1001MRJ-C
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4. Remote Condenser Unit URC-5F (use with FD-1001MRJ-C)
Units: mm [in.]
NOTICE
Allow 24" (61 cm) clearance
at front and rear for proper
air circulation and ease of
maintenance and/or service
should they be required.
Top
Rear
URC-5F Heat of Rejection
Icemaker
AT 90°F (32°C)
Model
WT 70°F (21°C)
FD-1001MRJ-C 8,900 BTU/hr
5. Remote Condenser Unit URC-14F (use with F-1501MRH(-C))
NOTICE
Allow 24" (61 cm) clearance
at front and rear for proper
air circulation and ease of
maintenance and/or service
should they be required.
Top
Rear
URC-14F Heat of Rejection
Icemaker
AT 90°F (32°C)
Model
WT 70°F (21°C)
F-1501MRH(-C) 13,194 BTU/hr
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Units: mm [in.]
6. Remote Condenser Unit URC-22F (use with F-2001MRH(3)(-C))
NOTICE
Allow 24" (61 cm) clearance
at front and rear for proper
air circulation and ease of
maintenance and/or service
should they be required.
Top
Rear
URC-22F Heat of Rejection
AT 90°F (32°C)
Icemaker Model WT 70°F (21°C)
F-2001MRH
16,475 BTU/hr
F-2001MRH-C
17,690 BTU/hr
F-2001MRH3
16,890 BTU/hr
F-2001MRH3-C 16,750 BTU/hr
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Units: mm [in.]
II. Installation and Operating Instructions
WARNING
• The appliance must be installed in accordance with applicable national, state, and
local codes and regulations.
• Failure to install, operate, and maintain the appliance in accordance with this
manual will adversely affect safety, performance, component life, and warranty
coverage and may result in costly water damage.
• CHOKING HAZARD: Ensure all components, fasteners, and thumbscrews
are securely in place after installation. Make sure that none have fallen into the
dispenser unit/ice storage bin.
A. Location
NOTICE
• The icemaker is not intended for outdoor use. Normal operating ambient
temperature must be within 45°F to 100°F (7°C to 38°C); Normal operating
water temperature must be within 45°F to 90°F (7°C to 32°C). Operation of the
icemaker, for extended periods, outside of these normal temperature ranges may
affect icemaker performance.
• The icemaker will not work at sub-freezing temperatures. To prevent damage
to the water supply line, drain the icemaker if the air temperature is going to go
below 32°F (0°C). See "IV. Preparing the Icemaker for Periods of Non-Use."
• The icemaker should not be located next to ovens, grills, or other high heat producing
equipment.
• Allow 6" (15 cm) clearance at rear and sides for proper air circulation and ease of
maintenance and/or service should they be required. Allow 24" (61 cm) clearance at top
to allow for removal of the auger.
• The location should provide a firm and level foundation for the appliance.
B. Checks Before Installation
• Visually inspect the exterior of the shipping container and immediately report any
damage to the carrier. Upon opening the container, any concealed damage should also
be immediately reported to the carrier.
• Remove the shipping carton, tape, and packing material. If any are left in the appliance,
it will not work properly.
• See the nameplate on the rear panel, and check that your voltage supplied corresponds
with the voltage specified on the nameplate.
• Remove the panels to prevent damage when installing the appliance. See "II.C. How to
Remove Panels."
• Remove the package containing the accessories.
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• Remove the protective plastic film from the panels. If the appliance is exposed to the
sun or to heat, remove the film after the appliance cools.
• Check that the refrigerant lines do not rub or touch lines or other surfaces, and that the
fan blade (if applicable) turns freely.
• Check that the compressor is snug on all mounting pads.
• Flaker models can be installed on an ice storage bin only. Cubelet models can be
installed on either a dispenser unit or an ice storage bin. The ice storage bins listed
below are recommended.
Model Number
Bin Width
Recommended Hoshizaki Ice Storage Bin
FD-1001M_J-C
22" or Wider BD-300 Series
F-1501M_H(-C)
30" or Wider B-500 Series
F-2001M_H(3)(-C)
For further options, contact your local Hoshizaki distributor.
• NOTICE! Remote models must be connected to an appropriate remote condenser
unit. The remote condenser units listed below are recommended. Connection to a
different remote condenser unit will void the warranty unless Hoshizaki approves
a different remote condenser unit for your specific application. For further
details, contact your local Hoshizaki distributor.
Model Number
Recommended Hoshizaki Remote Condenser Unit
FD-1001MRJ-C
URC-5F
F-1501MRH(-C)
URC-14F
F-2001MRH(3)(-C) URC-22F
• On low-side models, an R-404A parallel rack system is needed. See "II.H. Connection
to an R-404A Parallel Rack System" for refrigeration circuit details.
C. How to Remove Panels
See Fig. 1
• Front Panel: Remove the screw. Lift up and towards you.
• Top Panel: Lift up at front slightly, push rearward and lift off.
• Side Panels: Remove the screw. Slide forward slightly and lift off.
Top Panel
Side Panel
Side Panel
Front Panel
Fig. 1
Model Shown: F-1501MRH-C
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D. Dispenser Unit/Ice Storage Bin and Icemaker Setup
WARNING
The installer must ensure the dispenser unit/ice storage bin is compatible with
the icemaker, and the dispenser unit/ice storage bin and icemaker are properly
attached and secured.
1a) Dispenser Unit: Follow the dispenser unit's setup procedure. Note that only cubelet
models can be installed on a dispenser unit; flaker models cannot be installed on a
dispenser unit.
1b) Ice Storage Bin: Unpack the ice storage bin and attach the 4 adjustable legs provided
(bin accessory) to the bottom of the ice storage bin.
2) Position the dispenser unit/ice storage bin in its permanent location.
3) If required, install an adapter kit or top kit. Contact your local Hoshizaki distributor for
recommendations.
4) Level the dispenser unit/ice storage bin in both the left-to-right and front‑to‑rear
directions. If using an ice storage bin, adjust the ice storage bin legs to level.
5) Place the icemaker on top of the dispenser unit/ice storage bin.
6a) Dispenser Unit: Follow the dispenser unit, adapter kit, or top kit instructions for
securing the icemaker. If no instructions are available, secure the icemaker using the
mounting brackets provided. Rotate the mounting brackets so that they fit flush to the
dispenser unit. See Fig. 2a. Secure the mounting brackets to the icemaker with the bolts
provided. Secure the mounting brackets to the dispenser unit with self‑tapping screws
(not provided). NOTICE! Use care to avoid damage to dispenser unit components
when attaching the mounting brackets.
6b) Ice Storage Bin: Follow the ice storage bin, adapter kit, or top kit instructions for
securing the icemaker. If no instructions are available, secure the icemaker using the
2 mounting brackets and the bolts provided. See Fig. 2b.
Icemaker
Icemaker
Mounting
Brackets
Bolts
Bolts
Fig. 2b
Fig. 2a
Self-Tapping
Screws
(Not Provided)
Dispenser
Unit
Model Shown: F-1501MAH-C
Ice
Storage
Bin
Mounting
Brackets
Model Shown: F-1501MRH-C
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E. Electrical Connection
WARNING
For All Models
• Electrical connection must be hard-wired and must meet national, state, and local
electrical code requirements. Failure to meet these code requirements could result
in death, electric shock, serious injury, fire, or damage.
• The icemaker requires an independent power supply of proper capacity. See
the nameplate for electrical specifications. Failure to use an independent power
supply of proper capacity can result in a tripped breaker, blown fuse, damage to
existing wiring, or component failure. This could lead to heat generation or fire.
• THE ICEMAKER MUST BE GROUNDED. Failure to properly ground the icemaker
could result in death or serious injury.
• Electrical connection must be made in accordance with the instructions on the
"WARNING" tag, provided with the pig tail leads in the junction box. See Fig. 3.
Additional Warnings for Remote Models
• THE REMOTE CONDENSER UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED. Power supply and
ground wire to the remote condenser unit are supplied from the icemaker. See
"II.G.6. Electrical Connection." Failure to properly ground the remote condenser
unit could result in death or serious injury.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, make all remote condenser unit connections
before connecting the icemaker power supply.
NOTICE
On remote models, the appliance must have power for a minimum of 4 hours prior
to startup to prevent compressor damage.
• Usually an electrical permit and services of a licensed electrician are required.
• The maximum allowable voltage variation is ±10 percent of the nameplate rating.
• On single phase models, the white lead must be connected to the neutral conductor of the
power source. NOTICE! Miswiring may result in damage to the icemaker.
• NOTICE! On three phase models, the transformer’s voltage tap switch must be
positioned to match incoming voltage at startup.
• NOTICE! On three phase models, connect the highest incoming voltage supply
("stinger leg") to the power wire dedicated to the compressor. See the wiring label
on the icemaker.
• The opening for the power supply connection is 7/8" DIA to fit a 1/2" trade size conduit.
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F-1501M_H(-C)
F-2001MWH(-C)
F-2001MRH(-C)
F-2001MLH(-C)
WARNING
F-2001MRH3(-C)
WARNING
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
Failure to properly ground or wire
this unit could result in death,
serious injury, or severe damage
to the icemaker. The white lead
must be connected to the neutral
conductor of the power source.
See diagram below.
THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
Failure to properly ground or wire
this unit could result in death,
serious injury, or severe damage to
the icemaker.
This unit must be connected to a
three-phase power source.
The transformer’s voltage tap switch
must be positioned to match incoming
voltage at startup.
See diagram below.
JUNCTION BOX
N
L2
BLACK
WHITE
BROWN
4A5700-010
Fig. 3
18
208-230/60/3
208230V
L1
208-230V
115120V
208-230V
JUNCTION BOX
208230V
208-230/60/1
(3 wire with neutral for 115V)
L1
L2
L3
BLACK
BROWN
RED
4A5701-010
F. Water Supply and Drain Connections
See Fig. 4, 5, and 6
WARNING
Water supply and drain connections must be installed in accordance with applicable
national, state, and local regulations.
NOTICE
• Normal operating water temperature must be within 45°F to 90°F (7°C to
32°C). Operation of the appliance, for extended periods, outside of this normal
temperature range may affect appliance performance.
• Water supply pressure must be a minimum of 10 PSIG and a maximum of
113 PSIG. If the pressure exceeds 113 PSIG, the use of a pressure reducing valve
is required.
• External filters, strainers, or softeners may be required depending on water quality.
Contact your local Hoshizaki Certified Service Representative or local Hoshizaki
distributor for recommendations.
• A plumbing permit and services of a licensed plumber may be required in some areas.
• The icemaker drain line, dispenser unit/ice storage bin drain line, and water-cooled
condenser drain line (if applicable) must be run separately.
• Drain lines must have 1/4" fall per foot (2 cm per 1 m) on horizontal runs to get a good
flow. A vented tee connection is also required for proper flow.
• Drain lines should not be piped directly to the sewer system. An air gap of a minimum of
2 vertical inches (5 cm) must be between the end of the drain pipes from the icemaker,
dispenser unit/ice storage bin, and water-cooled condenser (if applicable) and the floor
drain.
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1. Icemaker
Icemaker Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" Female Pipe
Thread (FPT)
Minimum Icemaker
Water Supply Line Size
1/4" Nominal ID
Copper Water Tubing or
Equivalent
Icemaker Drain
Outlet
3/4" Female Pipe
Thread (FPT)
Minimum Icemaker
Drain Line Size
3/4" Nominal ID
Hard Pipe or
Equivalent
• An icemaker water supply line shut-off valve and drain valve must be installed.
• Be sure there is sufficient extra water supply line and drain line for the appliance to be
pulled out for service.
Minimum 1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
Icemaker
Water Supply
Inlet
1/2" FPT
Icemaker
Shut-Off Valve
Drain Valve
Icemaker
Drain Outlet
3/4" FPT
Be sure there is sufficient
extra water supply line and
drain line for the appliance
to be pulled out for service.
Ice
Storage
Bin
Vent Tube
Separate piping to
approved drain. Leave a
two-inch (5 cm) vertical air
gap between the end of
each pipe and the drain.
Bin Drain Outlet
3/4" FPT
2-inch (5-cm) air gap
Minimum 3/4" Nominal ID
Hard Pipe or Equivalent
Fig. 4
Air-Cooled and Remote Models
Model Shown:
F-1501MRH-C
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Floor Drain
2. Water-Cooled Condenser
a) Connection to an Open Drain System
Condenser Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" Female Pipe
Thread (FPT)
Minimum Condenser
Water Supply Line Size
1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
Condenser Drain
Outlet
3/8" Female Pipe
Thread (FPT)
Minimum Condenser
Drain Line Size
1/4" Nominal ID Hard Pipe
or Equivalent
• A condenser water supply line shut-off valve and drain valve must be installed.
• In some areas, a back flow preventer may be required in the cooling water circuit.
• In order to maintain the proper high side pressure, the condenser water supply inlet
temperature should not drop below 45°F (7°C) and the condenser drain outlet temperature
must be in the 104°F to 115°F (40°C to 46°C) range. Once the icemaker installation
is complete, confirm the condenser drain outlet temperature 5 minutes after a freeze
cycle starts. If the condenser drain outlet temperature is not in the proper range, use a
flat blade screwdriver to rotate the adjustment screw on the water‑regulating valve until
the temperature is in the proper range (rotate counterclockwise to raise temperature or
clockwise to lower temperature).
Minimum 1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
Icemaker Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" FPT
Icemaker
Vent Tube
Shut-Off Valve
Condenser
Drain Outlet
3/8" FPT
Minimum 1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
Condenser Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" FPT
Be sure there is sufficient
extra water supply line and
Drain Valve drain line for the appliance
to be pulled out for service.
Icemaker
Drain Outlet
3/4" FPT
Ice
Storage
Bin
Vent Tube
Separate piping to
approved drain. Leave a
two-inch (5 cm) vertical air
gap between the end of
each pipe and the drain.
Bin Drain Outlet
3/4" FPT
2-inch (5-cm) air gap
Minimum 1/4"
Nominal ID Hard
Pipe or Equivalent
Minimum 3/4" Nominal ID
Hard Pipe or Equivalent
Fig. 5
Model Shown:
F-1501MWH-C
Floor Drain
Water-Cooled Models
Connection to an Open Drain System
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b) Connection to a Closed Loop System
Condenser Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" Female Pipe
Thread (FPT)
Minimum Condenser
Water Supply Line Size
1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
Condenser
Return Outlet
3/8" Female Pipe
Thread (FPT)
Minimum Condenser
Return Line Size
1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
• Shut-off valves and drain valves must be installed at both the condenser water supply inlet
and condenser return outlet.
• Minimum water flow to the condenser is 4 GPM.
• The pressure differential between the condenser water supply inlet and condenser return
outlet must be no less than 10 PSIG.
• When using a glycol blend, the solution mixture must be less than 30% glycol.
• In order to maintain the proper high side pressure, the condenser water supply inlet
temperature should not drop below 45°F (7°C) and the condenser return outlet
temperature must be in the 104°F to 115°F (40°C to 46°C) range. Once the icemaker
installation is complete, confirm the condenser return outlet temperature 5 minutes after a
freeze cycle starts. If the condenser return outlet temperature is not in the proper range,
use a flat blade screwdriver to rotate the adjustment screw on the water‑regulating valve
until the temperature is in the proper range (rotate counterclockwise to raise temperature
or clockwise to lower temperature).
Icemaker Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" FPT
Minimum 1/4" Nominal ID Copper
Water Tubing or Equivalent
Icemaker
Shut-Off Valve
Condenser
Return Outlet
3/8" FPT
Condenser Water
Supply Inlet
1/2" FPT
Be sure there is sufficient
extra water supply line and
drain line for the appliance
to be pulled out for service.
Icemaker
Drain Outlet
3/4" FPT
Drain Valve
Vent Tube
Ice
Storage
Bin
Bin Drain Outlet
3/4" FPT
Separate piping to
approved drain. Leave a
two-inch (5 cm) vertical air
gap between the end of
each pipe and the drain.
2-inch (5-cm) air gap
Minimum 3/4" Nominal ID
Hard Pipe or Equivalent
Fig. 6
Model Shown:
F-1501MWH-C
Water-Cooled Models
Connection to a Closed Loop System
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Floor Drain
G. Installation of Remote Condenser Unit for Remote Models
WARNING
• Installation of remote condenser unit must be performed by properly trained and
EPA-certified service personnel.
• The remote condenser unit must be installed in accordance with applicable
national, state, and local codes and regulations.
• Failure to install the remote condenser unit within these guidelines may adversely
affect safety, performance, component life, and warranty coverage.
• Power supply and ground wire to the remote condenser unit are supplied from the
icemaker. For details, see section "II.G.6. Electrical Connection."
1. Location
NOTICE
• The remote condenser unit is intended for outdoor use. Normal operating ambient
temperature must be within -20°F to +122°F (-29°C to +50°C). Operation of the
remote condenser unit, for extended periods, outside of this normal temperature
range may affect appliance performance.
• The maximum line length for the standard line sizes and refrigerant charge is
66' (20 m). With larger line sizes and/or additional refrigerant, the maximum line
length is 100' (30.5 m). For details, see "II.G.4 Line Set Size and Refrigerant
Charge."
• The maximum vertical distance between the remote condenser unit and the
icemaker is 33' (10 m) above or 10' (3 m) below the icemaker. These distances
are measured fitting to fitting. See Fig. 7.
The remote condenser unit must be positioned in a permanent site under the following
guidelines:
• A firm and flat site.
• A dry and well ventilated area with 24" (61 cm) clearance at front and rear for proper air
circulation and ease of maintenance and/or service should they be required. See Fig. 8.
Icemaker
Remote
Condenser
Unit
Max.
33'
(10 m)
Icemaker
Min. 24" (61 cm) Clearance
Max.
10'
(3 m)
Air
Air
Service Loop
Service Loop
Fig. 7
Remote
Condenser
Unit
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Fig. 8
2. Checks Before Installation
1) Remove the shipping carton, tape, and packing material.
2) Check that the refrigerant lines do not rub or touch lines or other surfaces, and that the
fan blades move freely.
3. Setup
Bolt with Split Lock
Washer and Flat Washer
1) Assemble 2 sets of legs using the legs, bolts, and
nuts provided. See Fig. 9.
2) Position 1 of the plates provided between a set of
legs and the remote condenser unit, then secure
the legs to the remote condenser unit with the
bolts and nuts provided. Repeat on the other side
with the remaining set of legs.
3) The bottom of each leg has a mounting hole.
Secure the legs to the permanent site with 4 bolts
(not included).
4. Line Set Size and Refrigerant Charge
Nut
Plate
Fig. 9
Nut
Leg
Bolt with Split Lock
Washer and Flat Washer
NOTICE
The icemaker, line set, and remote condenser unit must contain the same type
of refrigerant. Mixing of refrigerants will result in improper operation and possible
damage to the refrigeration system.
Line Set Size and Refrigerant Charge
Line Set
Greater than 66' (20 m)
Hoshizaki Line Set
Up to 66' (20 m)
Maximum 100' (30.5 m)
Remote
Hoshizaki
Condenser Liquid Discharge Charge
Liquid Discharge Charge Adjustment
Icemaker
Unit
Line
Line
Adjustment Line
Line
(R-404A)
FD-1001MRJ-C
URC-5F
1/4"
3/8" OD
Not
3/8"
1/2" OD
Add 16.5 oz. (468 g)
OD
Applicable OD
to compensate for
larger diameter line
sizes, then add
0.4 oz. for each foot
over 66' (40 g for
each meter over
20 m). Write new
total charge on
icemaker's rating
label.
F-1501MRH(-C)
URC-14F 3/8"
1/2" OD
Not
3/8"
1/2" OD
Add 0.4 oz. for each
OD
Applicable OD
foot over 66' (40 g
for each meter over
F-2001MRH(3)(-C) URC-22F 3/8"
5/8" OD
Not
3/8"
5/8" OD
20 m). Write new
OD
Applicable OD
total charge on
icemaker's rating
label.
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5. Line Set Installation
Precharged factory line sets, available as optional equipment from Hoshizaki America,
are recommended. For details, see "II.G.5.a) Factory Line Set Installation." Field
fabricated line sets are allowed. For details, see "II.G.5.b) Field Fabricated Line Set
Installation."
a) Factory Line Set Installation
1) Route the factory line set (see "II.G.4 Line Set Size and Refrigerant Charge" for
details) from the remote condenser unit to the icemaker. Leave a service loop behind
the icemaker to allow the icemaker to be pulled out for service. See Fig. 10. Factory
fabricated line sets are precharged and do not need to be evacuated. If the line set is
too long or too short, see "II.G.5.a)(1) Factory Line Set Modification."
NOTICE
• Ensure that there are no traps and no kinks in the line set. The service loop is not
considered an oil trap.
• Do not coil extra line set.
2) Connect the refrigerant lines to the appropriate male fittings on the remote condenser
unit first and then at the icemaker. Make a proper connection as follows:
a. Remove the protective covers from the male fitting and female coupling.
b. Apply Polyol Ester (POE) refrigerant oil or Parker Super O Lube to the entire male
fitting, including O‑ring, diaphragm, and threads before making the connection.
See Fig. 11. NOTICE! Do not use thread sealant on the fittings. Use POE
refrigerant oil or Parker Super O Lube only. Couplings are one-time use only.
c. Make sure the male fitting and female coupling are properly aligned, then start the
connection by hand to ensure that it is not cross threaded.
d. Place a backup wrench on the back of the female coupling, then tighten the
connection with a wrench until it is tight. At this point, the nut has covered most of
the threads on the male fitting. NOTICE! Failure to use a backup wrench may
result in damage to the line set and possible refrigerant leaks.
e. Mark a reference line on the female coupling and the remote condenser unit or
icemaker panel. Using a backup wrench on the back of the female coupling, tighten
the six-sided nut of the female coupling an additional 1/6 turn. See Fig. 12.
NOTICE! Confirm connection is free of leaks.
3) If you lengthened the line set as outlined in "II.G.5.a)(1) Factory Line Set Modification"
and it exceeds 66' (20 m), see "II.G.4. Line Set Size and Refrigerant Charge" for proper
charging of the appliance.
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(1) Factory Line Set Modification
1) Recover the line set charge through the Schrader access ports on the Parker quick
connect couplings and store it in an approved container. Do not discharge the
refrigerant into the atmosphere. Remove the extra line set length or add extra tubing.
When adding extra tubing, insulate the additional copper tubes separately.
2) Use an electronic leak detector or soap bubbles to check for leaks. Add a trace
of refrigerant to the lines through the Schrader access ports on the Parker quick
connect couplings (if using an electronic leak detector), and then raise the pressure
using nitrogen gas (140 PSIG). WARNING! Do not use R-404A as a mixture with
pressurized air for leak testing.
3) Evacuate through the Schrader access ports on the Parker quick connect couplings and
charge with R-404A refrigerant vapor to a pressure of 15 to 30 PSIG. Go to step 2 in
"II.G.5.a) Factory Line Set Installation."
b) Field Fabricated Line Set Installation
1) Route the copper tube liquid line and copper tube discharge line (see "II.G.4 Line
Set Size and Refrigerant Charge" for details) from the remote condenser unit to the
icemaker. Leave a service loop behind the icemaker to allow the icemaker to be pulled
out for service. See Fig. 10.
NOTICE
• Ensure that there are no traps and no kinks in the line set. The service loop is not
considered an oil trap.
• Do not coil extra line set. Fabricate the line set to the proper length.
2) Insulate the two copper tubes separately.
3) Install Parker quick connect couplings on each end. OS-QUICK, a universal quick
connect coupling kit available as optional equipment from Hoshizaki America, is
recommended. NOTICE! Before brazing, remove the Schrader valve core from the
access port. When brazing, protect the coupling by using a wet cloth to prevent
the coupling from overheating. Do not use silver alloy or copper alloy containing
arsenic.
4) Allow the coupling to cool, then replace the Schrader valve core.
5) Use an electronic leak detector or soap bubbles to check for leaks. Add a trace
of refrigerant to the lines through the Schrader access ports on the Parker quick
connect couplings (if using an electronic leak detector), and then raise the pressure
using nitrogen gas (140 PSIG). WARNING! Do not use R-404A as a mixture with
pressurized air for leak testing.
6) Evacuate through the Schrader access ports on the Parker quick connect couplings and
charge with R-404A refrigerant vapor to a pressure of 15 to 30 PSIG.
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7) Connect the refrigerant lines to the appropriate male fittings on the remote condenser
unit first and then at the icemaker. Make a proper connection as follows:
a. Remove the protective covers from the male fitting and female coupling.
b. Apply Polyol Ester (POE) refrigerant oil or Parker Super O Lube to the entire male
fitting, including O‑ring, diaphragm, and threads, before making the connection.
See Fig. 11. NOTICE! Do not use thread sealant on the fittings. Use POE
refrigerant oil or Parker Super O Lube only. Couplings are one-time use only.
c. Make sure the male fitting and female coupling are properly aligned, then start the
connection by hand to ensure that it is not cross threaded.
d. Place a backup wrench on the back of the female coupling, then tighten the
connection with a wrench until it is tight. At this point, the nut has covered most of
the threads on the male fitting. NOTICE! Failure to use a backup wrench may
result in damage to the line set and possible refrigerant leaks.
e. Mark a reference line on the female coupling and the remote condenser unit or
icemaker panel. Using a backup wrench on the back of the female coupling, tighten
the six-sided nut of the female coupling an additional 1/6 turn. See Fig. 12.
NOTICE! Confirm connection is free of leaks.
8) If the line set exceeds 66' (20 m), see "II.G.4. Line Set Size and Refrigerant Charge" for
proper charging of the appliance.
Remote Condenser Unit
Icemaker
Male Fitting
Female Coupling
Fig. 10
Discharge Line (Insulated)
See "II.G.4 Line Set Size and
Refrigerant Charge" for details.
Liquid Line (Insulated)
See "II.G.4 Line Set Size and
Refrigerant Charge" for details.
Service Loop
DO NOT USE
THREAD SEALANT
Male Fitting
Brush
Fig. 11
Threads
Diaphragm Apply POE Oil or
Parker Super O Lube
to Entire Male Fitting
O-Ring
Reference
Line
Fig. 12
Wrench
After Tight, Tighten an
Additional 1/6 Turn
Backup
Wrench
1/6
Turn
Backup
Wrench
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Wrench
6. Electrical Connection
WARNING
• Electrical connection must meet national, state, and local electrical code
requirements. Failure to meet these code requirements could result in death,
electric shock, serious injury, fire, or damage.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, make all remote condenser unit connections
before connecting the icemaker power supply.
• THE REMOTE CONDENSER UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED. Install a ground wire
from the icemaker fan motor junction box to the remote condenser unit junction
box. Use wire of an appropriate gage and outdoor rating. Failure to properly
ground the remote condenser unit could result in death or serious injury.
• Install line and neutral wires from the fan motor leads in the icemaker fan motor
junction box to the leads in the remote condenser unit junction box. Use wire of an
appropriate gage and outdoor rating.
• Do not connect the fan motor leads in the icemaker to incoming power source. Do
not connect the fan motor leads in the icemaker together. Do not allow the leads
to contact the junction box walls.
• Do not connect the remote condenser unit to an external power source.
NOTICE
On remote models, the appliance must have power for a minimum of 4 hours prior
to startup to prevent compressor damage.
• Usually an electrical permit and services of a licensed electrician are required.
• The opening for the power supply connection is 7/8" DIA to fit a 1/2" trade size conduit.
1) Remove the remote condenser unit louver panel. See Fig. 13.
2) Remove the icemaker fan motor junction box cover. Remove the remote condenser unit
junction box cover.
Remote Condenser Unit
Screws
Icemaker
Louver Panel
Fan Motor Junction
Box Cover
Fig. 13
Junction Box Cover
Screw
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3) Install a ground wire from the icemaker fan motor junction box to the remote condenser
unit junction box. Use wire of an appropriate gage and outdoor rating.
4) Install line and neutral wires from the fan motor leads in the icemaker fan motor junction
box to the leads in the remote condenser unit junction box. Use wire of an appropriate
gage and outdoor rating.
5) Replace the junction box covers and the louver panel in their correct positions.
7. Stacking Remote Condenser Unit
1) Install the lower remote condenser unit as described earlier in this section.
2) Place the upper remote condenser unit on top of the lower remote condenser unit. See
Fig. 14.
3) Secure the upper remote condenser unit to the lower remote condenser unit with the
4 screws provided.
4) Install refrigerant lines and make electrical connection as described earlier in this
section.
Upper Remote
Condenser Unit
Screws
Screws
Lower Remote
Condenser Unit
Fig. 14
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H. Connection to an R-404A Parallel Rack System for Low-Side Models
WARNING
• Installation must be performed by properly trained and EPA-certified service
personnel.
• Failure to install the appliance within these guidelines may adversely affect safety,
performance, component life, and warranty coverage.
NOTICE
The icemaker, line set, and rack system must contain the same type of refrigerant.
Mixing of refrigerants will result in improper operation and possible damage to the
refrigeration system.
1. Line Set Size and Rack System Requirements
Line Set Size and Rack System Requirements
Suction Pressure
Maximum Load at
(Evaporator Pressure Regulator (EPR)
Hoshizaki
Liquid Suction
90°F (32°C) Ambient Valve is factory adjusted. Adjust only if
Icemaker
Line
Line
70°F (21°C) Water
necessary.)
F-2001MLH(-C) 3/8"
5/8" OD
11,600 BTU/h
22 PSIG for a -14°F (-26°C) evaporator
OD
• Install a p-trap in the suction line if required by the rack system's instructions.
• The icemaker is shipped with a holding charge of 3.5 oz. of R-404A.
• Charging port-equipped Parker quick connect couplings are needed to connect the line set
to the icemaker.
2. Line Set Installation
1) Route the copper tube liquid line and copper tube suction line (see "II.H.1 Line Set
Size and Rack System Requirements" for details) from the rack system to the icemaker.
Leave a service loop behind the icemaker to allow the icemaker to be pulled out for
service. See Fig. 15. NOTICE! Do not coil extra line set. Fabricate the line set to the
proper length.
2) Insulate the 2 copper tubes separately.
3) Braze the charging port-equipped Parker quick connect couplings to the icemaker end
of the copper tubes. Do not connect the charging port-equipped Parker quick connect
couplings to the icemaker at this time.
4) When using couplings to connect the line set to the rack system, braze them to the
rack system end of the copper tubes. Otherwise, braze the line set directly to the rack
system. Do not open the rack system service valves at this time.
5) Use an electronic leak detector or soap bubbles to check for leaks. Add a trace of
refrigerant to the line set copper tubes (if using an electronic leak detector), and then
raise the pressure using nitrogen gas (140 PSIG). WARNING! DO NOT use R-404A as
a mixture with pressurized air for leak testing.
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6) Evacuate the line set copper tubes through the charging ports on the Parker quick
connect couplings and charge with R-404A refrigerant vapor to a pressure of 15 to
30 PSIG.
7) Connect the refrigerant lines to the appropriate fittings on the rack system first (if not
already brazed on), then at the icemaker.
If the couplings to the rack system are not Parker quick connect couplings, follow the
coupling manufacturer's instructions. Make a proper Parker quick connect coupling
connection as follows:
a. Remove the protective covers from the male fitting and female coupling.
b. Apply Polyol Ester (POE) refrigerant oil or Parker Super O Lube to the entire male
fitting, including O‑ring, diaphragm, and threads, before making the connection.
See Fig. 16. NOTICE! Do not use thread sealant on the fittings. Use POE
refrigerant oil or Parker Super O Lube only. Couplings are one-time use only.
c. Make sure the male fitting and female coupling are properly aligned, then start the
connection by hand to ensure that it is not cross threaded.
d. Place a backup wrench on the back of the female coupling, then tighten the
connection with a wrench until it is tight. At this point, the nut has covered most of
the threads on the male fitting. NOTICE! Failure to use a backup wrench may
result in damage to the line set and possible refrigerant leaks.
e. Mark a reference line on the female coupling and the unit panel. Using a backup
wrench on the back of the female coupling, tighten the six-sided nut of the female
coupling an additional 1/6 turn. See Fig. 17. NOTICE! Confirm connection is free
of leaks.
8) Open the rack system service valves.
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Rack System-Braze Connection
Icemaker
Male Fitting
Braze Connection
Female Coupling
(Charging Ports)
Fig. 15
Suction Line (Insulated)
See "II.H.1 Line Set Size and Rack
System Requirements" for details.
Liquid Line (Insulated)
See "II.H.1 Line Set Size and Rack
System Requirements" for details.
Service Loop
DO NOT USE
THREAD SEALANT
Male Fitting
Brush
Fig. 16
Threads
Diaphragm Apply POE Oil or
Parker Super O Lube
to Entire Male Fitting
O-Ring
Reference
Line
Fig. 17
Wrench
After Tight, Tighten an
Additional 1/6 Turn
Backup
Wrench
1/6
Turn
Backup
Wrench
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Wrench
I. Final Checklist
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD: Ensure all components, fasteners, and thumbscrews
are securely in place after installation. Make sure that none have fallen into the
dispenser unit/ice storage bin.
1) Is the icemaker level?
2) Is the icemaker in a site where the ambient temperature is within 45°F to 100°F (7°C to
38°C) and the water temperature within 45°F to 90°F (7°C to 32°C) all year around?
3) Is there at least 6" (15 cm) clearance at rear and sides and 24" (61 cm) at the top of the
icemaker?
4) Have the shipping carton, tape, and packing material been removed from the
appliance?
5) Have all electrical and water connections been made? Do electrical and water
connections meet all applicable national, state, and local code and regulation
requirements?
6) Has the power supply voltage been checked or tested against the nameplate rating?
Has a proper ground been installed to the icemaker? On remote models, has a proper
ground also been installed to the remote condenser unit? On three phase models, has
the transformer's voltage tap switch been positioned to match incoming voltage?
7) Are the water supply and drain lines sized as specified? Are the water supply line
shut‑off valve(s) and drain valve(s) installed? Has the water supply pressure been
checked to ensure a minimum of 10 PSIG and a maximum of 113 PSIG?
8) Is the compressor snug on all mounting pads? Have the refrigerant lines been checked
to make sure they do not rub or touch other lines or surfaces? Has the fan blade (if
applicable) been checked to make sure it turns freely?
9) On remote and low side, parallel rack system models, is the line set sized as specified,
insulated, tightened, and free of leaks and kinks?
10) On remote models:
• If the line set exceeds 66' (20 m), has the charge been adjusted as specified?
• Has the appliance power supply been on for a minimum of 4 hours?
• Is the remote condenser unit in a site where the ambient temperature is within -20°F to
+122°F (-29°C to +50°C) all year around?
• Is there at least 24" (61 cm) clearance around the remote condenser unit?
11) Are all components, fasteners, and thumbscrews securely in place?
12) Has the end user been given the instruction manual, and instructed on how to operate
the appliance and the importance of the recommended periodic maintenance?
13) Has the end user been given the contact information of an authorized service agent?
14) Has the warranty card been filled out and forwarded to the factory for warranty
registration?
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J. Startup
WARNING
All parts are factory-adjusted. Improper adjustments may adversely affect safety,
performance, component life, and warranty coverage.
NOTICE
• If the appliance is turned off, wait for at least 3 minutes before restarting the
appliance to prevent damage to the compressor.
• At startup, confirm that all internal and external connections are free of leaks.
Additional Notice for Remote Models
• The appliance must have power for a minimum of 4 hours prior to startup to
prevent compressor damage.
1) Open the water supply line shut-off valve(s).
2) Remove the front panel.
3) Move the control switch on the control box to the "ICE" position, then move the power
switch to the "ON" position.
4) Replace the front panel in its correct position.
5) Turn on the power supply to start the automatic icemaking process.
6) Once the unit starts to produce ice, allow it to run for another 30 minutes. On
water‑cooled models, confirm proper condenser drain outlet/return outlet temperature
as outlined in "II.F.2. Water-Cooled Condenser."
7) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel.
8) Move the control switch to the "DRAIN" position, then replace the front panel in its
correct position. Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for
5 minutes.
9) Remove the front panel.
10) Move the power switch to the "OFF" position, then turn off the power supply.
11) Pour warm water into the dispenser unit/ice storage bin and melt any remaining ice.
Clean the dispenser unit/ice storage bin liner using a neutral cleaner. Rinse thoroughly
after cleaning.
12) Confirm bin control operation. See "II.K. Bin Control Check."
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K. Bin Control Check
An infrared sensor is used as the primary bin control to control the level of ice in the
dispenser unit/ice storage bin. A mechanical bin control is used as a backup bin control.
IMPORTANT
• Make sure the icemaker has been installed as outlined in this manual and that the
water supply is on.
• Confirm S1 dip switch 7 is in the "ON" position. This allows the control board to
monitor the infrared sensor along with the mechanical backup bin control.
1. Infrared Sensor Check
1) If not already removed, remove the front panel.
2) Make sure the power switch is in the "OFF" position and that the power supply is off.
3) Remove the control box cover.
4) Confirm that control board S1 dip switch 1, 2, 3 are in the proper position for your
application. See "II.K.3. Infrared Sensor Shutdown Delay."
5) Turn on the power supply. Make sure the control switch is in the "ICE" position, then
move the power switch to the "ON" position.
6) The green LED on the infrared sensor turns on. This LED confirms 20VDC power to the
sensor.
7) 30 seconds after the upper float switch closes, the control board "GM" LED turns on.
See Fig. 18. After "GM" LED turns on, press the "SERVICE" button on the control board
to bypass the 5-minute compressor delay. WARNING! Risk of electric shock. Care
should be taken not to touch live terminals.
K6 - Connector for
Infrared Sensor
S1 Dip Switch
Fig. 18
"GM" LED
"SERVICE" Button
"COMP" LED
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8) "GM" LED and "COMP" LED are on. Use an object to cover the infrared sensor lens
at the bottom of the icemaker. If the bottom of the icemaker is not accessible in your
application, remove the thumbscrew securing the infrared sensor housing, remove the
housing from the base, then cover the infrared sensor lens. See Fig. 19. The yellow LED
on the infrared sensor turns on. The yellow LED flashes when ice is at the outer limit
of its range and turns steady as ice nears. After the yellow LED turns on (flashing or
steady), the infrared sensor shutdown delay timer starts (S1 dip switch 1, 2, 3; factory
default is 100 sec.). "COMP" LED turns off after the shutdown delay timer terminates.
5 minutes later, "GM" LED turns off.
9) Remove the object covering the infrared sensor. If you removed the infrared sensor
housing from the base, replace it in its correct position and secure it with the
thumbscrew.
10) Move the power switch to the "OFF" position, then turn off the power supply. Proceed to
"II.K.2. Mechanical Backup Bin Control Check."
Infrared Sensor
Thumbscrew
Infrared
Sensor
Housing
Lens
Infrared Sensor
Model Shown: F-1501MRH-C
Fig. 19
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2. Mechanical Backup Bin Control Check
1) Make sure the power switch is in the "OFF" position and that the power supply is off.
2) Remove the top panel.
3) Remove the strap connecting the spout to the chute assembly. See Fig. 20. Pull up the
chute assembly slightly so that you can access the actuator located in the top of the
chute.
4) Turn on the power supply. Make sure the control switch is in the "ICE" position, then
move the power switch to the "ON" position.
Proximity Switch
Strap
Actuator
Chute Assembly
Fig. 20
Strap
Spout
Model Shown: F-1501MRH-C
5) 30 seconds after the upper float switch closes, the control board "GM" LED turns on.
After "GM" LED turns on, press the "SERVICE" button on the control board to bypass
the 5-minute compressor delay. WARNING! Risk of electric shock. Care should be
taken not to touch live terminals.
6) "GM" LED and "COMP" LED are on. Press the actuator located in the top of the chute.
"COMP" LED and "GM" LED turn off within 10 seconds and the control board sounds a
9 beep alarm. Release the actuator.
7) Move the power switch to the "OFF" position, then turn off the power supply.
Note: The control board alarm resets when power is turned off.
8) Replace the chute assembly and strap in their correct positions.
9) Replace the control box cover and top panel in their correct positions.
10) Turn on the power supply. Make sure the control switch is in the "ICE" position, then
move the power switch to the "ON" position to start the automatic icemaking process.
11) Replace the front panel in its correct position.
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3. Infrared Sensor Shutdown Delay
This is the delay between the infrared sensor detecting ice and the start of the shutdown
sequence. The infrared sensor shutdown delay is factory-adjusted to 100 seconds and
no adjustment is required for most dispenser unit/ice storage bin applications.
a) Ice Storage Bin
When installed on an ice storage bin, any shutdown delay setting is acceptable.
b) Dispenser Unit
For typical dispenser unit applications, a 100-second shutdown delay is recommended.
However, on some dispenser unit applications, the ice level at shutoff may need to be
adjusted depending on the dispenser agitation or dispense method. Should a different
shutdown delay be desired, adjust S1 dip switch 1, 2, 3 to obtain the shutdown delay
needed. See the table below. For further details, contact Hoshizaki Technical Support at
1-800-233-1940.
WARNING
Increasing the shutdown delay allows a higher level of ice in the dispenser unit/
ice storage bin before shutdown. This could lead to icemaker movement or ice
overflow.
S1 Dip Switch
NO. 1 NO. 2 NO. 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Shutdown Delay
0 seconds
100 seconds (1.6 minutes)
1100 seconds (18.3 minutes)
1650 seconds (27.5 minutes)
2200 seconds (36.7 minutes)
0 seconds
0 seconds
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L. Alarm Safeties
Should an alarm occur, follow the instructions in the table below to address the alarm. If
an alarm continues to occur, contact an authorized service agent.
WARNING
• Only qualified service technicians should service the appliance.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not touch the icemaker power switch or
control switch with damp hands.
• Before Servicing: Move the icemaker's power switch to the "OFF" position. Turn off
the power supply. Place the disconnect (if applicable) in the off position.
Lockout/Tagout to prevent the power supply from being turned back on
inadvertently.
No. of Beeps
Type of Alarm
(every 5 sec.)
1
Low Water Safety
UFS open>90 sec. after WV energized.
2
Control Switch
In "DRAIN" position longer than 15 min.
3
High-Pressure Switch
First and second activation in 1 hr.
4
High-Pressure Switch
Third activation in 1 hr.
5
Freeze Timer
WV off>30 min. since last WV activation.
Low Voltage
92VAC±5% or less
High Voltage
147VAC±5% or more
Gear Motor
CCR contacts fail to close.
Infrared Sensor (CB S1 dip switch 7 on)
MBC actuator paddle engaged.
6
7
8
9
Reset Options
Automatic reset once water supply is restored
and UFS closes.
Automatic reset once the control switch is
moved to the "ICE" position.
Automatic reset once pressure drops below
the high pressure threshold and the high
pressure switch closes.
Call for service. To avoid possible catastrophic
failure, it is recommended to leave the
icemaker off until this alarm is resolved.
Manual reset. Turn power off and on again.
Manual reset. Turn power off and on again.
"POWER OK" LED turns off if voltage
protection operates.
The control voltage safeties automatically
reset when voltage is corrected.
Manual reset. Turn power off and on again.
Manual reset. Turn power off and on again.
Legend: CB–control board; CCR–compressor control relay; FMR–fan motor-remote;
MBC–mechanical bin control; UFS–upper float switch; WV–inlet water valve
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III. Maintenance
The appliance must be maintained in accordance with the instruction manual and labels
provided. Consult with your local Hoshizaki Certified Service Representative about
maintenance service.
WARNING
• Only qualified service technicians should service the appliance.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not touch the icemaker power switch or
control switch with damp hands.
• Before Servicing: Move the icemaker's power switch to the "OFF" position. Turn off
the power supply. Place the disconnect (if applicable) in the off position.
Lockout/Tagout to prevent the power supply from being turned back on
inadvertently.
• CHOKING HAZARD: Ensure all components, fasteners, and thumbscrews are
securely in place after any maintenance is done to the appliance. Make sure that
none have fallen into the dispenser unit/ice storage bin.
Strap
Packing
Proximity
Switch
Spout
Plate
Drip Guide
Bin Control Assembly Mount
Shaft
Strap
Actuator
Float Switch
Chute Insulation
Reservoir
Baffles
Rubber O‑Ring
Nylon Ring
Ties
(Hook and Loop)
Extruding Head
Evaporator
Condensate
Drain Pan
Evaporator
Assembly
Chute
Packing
Fig. 21
Infrared
Sensor Lens
Model Shown:
F-1501MRH-C
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A. Maintenance Schedule
The maintenance schedule below is a guideline. More frequent maintenance may be
required depending on water quality, the appliance's environment, and local sanitation
regulations.
Maintenance Schedule
Frequency Area
Task
Daily
Clean the ice scoop using a neutral cleaner. Rinse thoroughly after
cleaning.
Inspect. Wash with warm water and neutral cleaner if dirty.
Check for proper pressure and change if necessary.
Bi-Weekly
Monthly
Scoop
Air Filters
External Water
Filters
Icemaker Exterior Wipe down with a clean, soft cloth. Use a damp cloth containing a neutral
cleaner to wipe off oil or dirt build up. Clean any chlorine staining (rust
colored spots) using a non-abrasive cleanser.
Wipe down with a clean cloth and warm water.
Infrared Sensor
Lens; Underside of
Icemaker and Top
Kits; Bin Door and
Snout
Every 6
Icemaker and
Clean and sanitize per the cleaning and sanitizing instructions provided in
Months
Dispenser Unit/Ice this manual.
Storage Bin
Wipe down with a clean cloth and warm water. Slowly pour one cup of
Evaporator
Condensate Drain sanitizing solution (prepare as outlined in the sanitizing instructions in this
Pan and Gear
manual) into the evaporator condensate drain pan and then slowly pour
Motor Drain Pan
one cup into the gear motor drain pan. Be careful not to overflow the pans.
Repeat with a cup of clean water to rinse.
Icemaker and
Check to make sure they are clear.
Dispenser Unit/Ice
Storage Bin Drains
Extruding Head
Inspect for leakage around seal bolts. Tighten (see torque values below) or
Seal Bolts
replace as necessary. Seal bolts must be replaced once removed because
seal material is one-time use only. If new seal bolts do not have preapplied
threadlocker, apply Loctite 243 or equivalent threadlocker to seal bolt
threads.
• Torque for F-1001 and Smaller: 11.1 ft-lb/15 N·m
• Torque for F-1500 and Larger: 25.8 ft-lb/35 N·m Tighten 2 times. Allow at
least 5 sec. in between each tightening.
Yearly
Inlet Water Valve Close the water supply line shut‑off valve and drain the water system. Clean
and Drain Valve
the inlet water valve screen and clean and inspect the drain valve.
Water Hoses
Inspect the water hoses and clean/replace if necessary.
Condenser
Inspect. Clean if necessary by using a brush or vacuum cleaner.
Icemaker
Inspect for oil spots, loose components, fasteners, and wires.
Upper Bearing
Check for wear using .02" round stock or pin gauge. Replace both upper
(extruding head)
bearing and lower bearing if wear exceeds factory recommendations. See
the Service Manual for details.
After
Upper Bearing
Inspect. Replace both upper bearing and lower bearing if wear exceeds
3 Years,
(extruding head); factory recommendations. Replace the mechanical seal if the seal's contact
then Yearly Lower Bearing
surfaces are worn, cracked, or scratched. See the Service Manual for
and O-Ring
details.
(lower housing);
Mechanical
Seal; Evaporator
Cylinder; Auger
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B. Cleaning and Sanitizing Instructions
The icemaker must be cleaned and sanitized at least twice a year. More frequent
cleaning and sanitizing may be required in some conditions.
WARNING
• To prevent injury to individuals and damage to the icemaker, do not use ammonia
type cleaners.
• Carefully follow any instructions provided with the cleaning and sanitizing
solutions.
• Always wear liquid-proof gloves and goggles to prevent the cleaning and sanitizing
solutions from coming into contact with skin or eyes.
• After cleaning and sanitizing, do not use ice made from the cleaning and sanitizing
solutions. Be careful not to leave any solution on the parts or in the dispenser
unit/ice storage bin.
1. Cleaning Solution
Dilute 9.6 fl. oz. (0.29 l) of Hoshizaki "Scale Away" with 1.6 gal. (6.0 l) of warm water. This
is a minimum amount. Make more solution if necessary. IMPORTANT! For safety and
maximum effectiveness, use the solution immediately after dilution.
2. Cleaning Procedure
1) Close the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve.
2) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Make sure the power switch is
in the "ON" position, then move the control switch to the "DRAIN" position. Replace the
front panel in its correct position.
3) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
4) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front and top panels. Move the power switch
to the "OFF" position.
5) Remove all of the ice from the dispenser unit/ice storage bin.
6) Remove the strap connecting the spout to the chute assembly, then remove the spout.
See Fig. 21.
7) Pour the cleaning solution over the extruding head until the evaporator assembly and
the reservoir are full and the solution starts to run through the overflow hose on the
reservoir.
Note: If there is excess scale on the extruding head, fill the evaporator assembly and
reservoir as described above, then use a clamp on the reservoir hose between
the reservoir and evaporator assembly to block flow. Pour additional cleaning
solution over the extruding head until the evaporator assembly is completely full.
8) Replace the spout and strap in their correct positions.
9) Allow the icemaker to sit for 10 minutes before operation. If you placed a clamp on the
reservoir hose in step 7, remove it before operation.
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10) In bad or severe water conditions, clean the float switch as described below. Otherwise,
continue to step 11.
a. Remove the float switch from the reservoir cover.
b. Wipe down the float switch with the cleaning solution.
c. Rinse the float switch thoroughly with clean water.
d. Replace the float switch in its correct position.
11) Wipe down the infrared sensor lens, (located on the bottom of the icemaker) with the
cleaning solution. Next, rinse the cleaning solution off of the infrared sensor lens with a
clean, damp cloth.
Note: If the bottom of the icemaker is not accessible in your application, remove the
thumbscrew securing the infrared sensor housing, then remove the housing from
the base. After cleaning and rinsing the lens, replace the housing in its correct
position and secure it with the thumbscrew.
12) Move the control switch to the "ICE" position, then move the power switch to the "ON"
position. Replace the panels in their correct positions. Turn on the power supply and
make ice using the solution until the icemaker stops making ice.
13) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the control switch to the
"DRAIN" position, then replace the front panel in its correct position.
14) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
15) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the control switch to the
"ICE" position, then replace the front panel in its correct position.
16) Open the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve, then turn on the power supply to
supply water to the reservoir.
17) After the gear motor starts, turn off the power supply. Remove the front panel, then move
the control switch to the "DRAIN" position. Replace the front panel in its correct position.
18) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
Note: If you do not sanitize the unit, go to step 14 in "III.B.5. Sanitizing
Procedure ‑ Final."
19) Turn off the power supply, then close the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve.
3. Sanitizing Solution
Dilute 2.5 fl. oz. (74 ml or 5 tbs) of a 5.25% sodium hypochlorite solution (chlorine
bleach) with 5 gal. (19 l) of warm water. This is a minimum amount. Make more solution
if necessary. IMPORTANT! For safety and maximum effectiveness, use the solution
immediately after dilution.
4. Sanitizing Procedure - Initial
1) Make sure the power supply is off and the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve
is closed. Remove the front and top panels, then move the power switch to the "OFF"
position.
2) Remove the strap connecting the spout to the chute assembly, then remove the spout.
Remove the rubber O-ring and nylon ring at the top of the cylinder and also remove the
drip guide and packing between the spout and chute.
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3) Pour the sanitizing solution over the extruding head until the evaporator assembly and
the reservoir are full and the solution starts to run through the overflow hose on the
reservoir.
4) Remove the proximity switch from the chute assembly, then remove the chute assembly
from the icemaker.
5) Remove the packing at the bottom of the chute. Remove the 3 ties and the chute
insulation.
6) Remove the 2 baffles.
7) Remove the plate from the top of the ice chute, then remove the bin control assembly by
sliding it slightly towards the chute opening and lifting it off.
8) Disassemble the bin control assembly by removing the 2 snap pins, shaft, and actuator.
9) Soak the spout, rubber O-ring and nylon ring, packings, drip guide, chute, baffles, plate,
and bin control assembly in the sanitizing solution for 10 minutes then wipe them down.
10) Rinse the parts thoroughly with clean water. NOTICE! If the solution is left on these
parts, they will rust.
11) Replace all parts in their correct positions. IMPORTANT! When installing the baffles,
make sure that the bent surface (the one without the studs) faces the actuator so
that the bent surface can guide the ice to the center of the actuator.
12) Move the control switch to the "ICE" position, then move the power switch to the "ON"
position. Replace the panels in their correct positions, then turn on the power supply.
Make ice using the solution until the icemaker stops making ice.
13) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the control switch to the
"DRAIN" position, then replace the front panel in its correct position.
14) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
15) Turn off the power supply.
5. Sanitizing Procedure - Final
1) Mix a new batch of the sanitizing solution.
2) Make sure the power supply is off and the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve
is closed. Remove the front and top panels, then move the power switch to the "OFF"
position.
3) Remove the strap connecting the spout to the chute assembly, then remove the spout.
4) Pour the sanitizing solution over the extruding head until the evaporator assembly and
the reservoir are full and the solution starts to run through the overflow hose on the
reservoir.
5) Replace the spout and strap in their correct positions.
6) Allow the icemaker to sit for 10 minutes before operation.
7) Move the control switch to the "ICE" position, then move the power switch to the "ON"
position. Replace the panels in their correct positions, then turn on the power supply.
Make ice using the solution until the icemaker stops making ice.
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8) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the control switch to the
"DRAIN" position, then replace the front panel in its correct position.
9) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
10) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the control switch to the
"ICE" position, then replace the front panel in its correct position.
11) Open the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve, then turn on the power supply to
supply water to the reservoir.
12) After the gear motor starts, turn off the power supply. Remove the front panel, then move
the control switch to the "DRAIN" position. Replace the front panel in its correct position.
13) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
14) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the control switch to the
"ICE" position, then replace the front panel in its correct position.
15) Turn on the power supply to start the automatic icemaking process. Allow the icemaker
to run for 30 minutes, then turn off the power supply.
16) Pour warm water into the dispenser unit/ice storage bin and melt any remaining ice.
Clean the dispenser unit/ice storage bin liner using a neutral cleaner. Rinse thoroughly
after cleaning.
17) Turn on the power supply to start the automatic icemaking process.
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IV. Preparing the Icemaker for Periods of Non-Use
NOTICE
When storing the icemaker for an extended time or in sub-freezing temperatures,
follow the instructions below to prevent damage.
When the icemaker is not used for two or three days under normal conditions, it
is sufficient to only move the power switch to the "OFF" position. When storing the
appliance for extended time or in sub-freezing temperatures, follow the instructions
below.
1. Remove the water from the icemaker water supply line:
1) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel.
2) Move the power switch to the "OFF" position.
3) Close the icemaker water supply line shut-off valve, then open the icemaker water
supply line drain valve.
4) Allow the line to drain by gravity.
5) Attach a compressed air or carbon dioxide supply to the icemaker water supply line
drain valve.
6) Move the control switch to the "ICE" position, then move the power switch to the "ON"
position. Replace the front panel in its correct position, then turn on the power supply.
7) Blow the icemaker water line out using the compressed air or carbon dioxide supply.
8) Close the icemaker water supply line drain valve.
2. Drain the evaporator:
1) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel.
2) Move the control switch to the "DRAIN" position, then replace the front panel in its
correct position.
3) Turn on the power supply and allow the water system to drain for 5 minutes.
4) Turn off the power supply, then remove the front panel. Move the power switch to the
"OFF" position.
5) Remove the evaporator drain line hose from the evaporator and attach a compressed air
or carbon dioxide supply to the hose.
6) Turn on the power supply, then move the power switch to the "ON" position. Blow out
the evaporator drain line using the compressed air or carbon dioxide supply until water
stops coming out.
7) Move the power switch to the "OFF" position, then turn off the power supply. Reconnect
the evaporator drain line hose.
8) Move the control switch to the "ICE" position. Replace the front panel in its correct
position.
9) Remove all ice from the dispenser unit/ice storage bin. Clean the dispenser unit/ice
storage bin liner using a neutral cleaner. Rinse thoroughly after cleaning.
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3. On water-cooled models, remove the water from the water-cooled condenser:
1) Make sure the power supply is off, then remove the front panel and right side panel.
2) Close the condenser water supply line shut-off valve. If connected to a closed loop
system, also close the condenser return line shut-off valve.
3) Open the condenser water supply line drain valve. If connected to a closed loop system,
also open the condenser return line drain valve.
4) Attach a compressed air or carbon dioxide supply to the condenser water supply line
drain valve.
5) Open the water regulating valve by using a screwdriver to pry up on the spring retainer
underneath the spring. While holding the valve open, blow out the condenser using the
compressed air or carbon dioxide supply until water stops coming out.
6) Close the drain valve(s).
7) Replace the right side panel and front panel in their correct positions.
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V. Disposal
The appliance contains refrigerant and must be disposed of in accordance with
applicable national, state, and local codes and regulations. Refrigerant must be
recovered by properly certified service personnel.
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