Please refer to the Schroeder America website (www.schroederamerica.com) for information relating to Schroeder America installation and Service Manuals, Instruction Sheets, Technical Bulletins, Service Bulletins, etc. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION, PARTS LIST AND CONFIGURATION GUIDE FOR THE CHILLER SERIES 980 Dispenser Model No. 980 NOTICE: The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. SCHROEDER AMERICA MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SCHROEDER AMERICA shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental consequential damages in connection with the finishings, performance, or use of this material. This document contains proprietary information which is protected by copyright. All right reserved. © Copyright 2015 by Schroeder America, all rights reserved. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION This manual must be read and understood before the installation and operation of this dispenser. Schroeder America 5620 Business Park • San Antonio, TX 78218 210.662.8200 • Fax: 210.667.2600 • www.schroederamerica.com Toll-Free 877.404.2488 Rev: 3/15 PN: 805-0016 1. OVERALL DIMENSIONS Width Depth Height (without legs) 10 1/4 inches (260 mm) 19 1/2 inches (495 mm) 21 1/2 inches (546 mm) 2. WEIGHT Shipping Empty Operating 100 pounds (45.4 kg) 80 pounds (36.3 kg) 120 pounds (54.4 kg) 3. WATER REQUIREMENTS WARNING IF WATER SOURCE EXCEEDS 60 PSIG (4.22 KG/CM2), A RECOMMENDED WATER REGULATOR ASSEMBLY MUST BE USED TO LIMIT WATER PRESSURE TO 60 PSIG (4.92 KG/CM2). FAILURE TO USE REGULATOR WILL RESULT IN IMPROPER PERFORMANCE OF DISPENSER. Minimum flowing pressure of 35 PSIG (2.46 kg/cm2, 2.41 BAR) Maximum static pressure of 60 PSIG (4.22 kg/cm2, 4.14 BAR) 4. OTHER SPECIFICATIONS ICE BANK WEIGHT WATER BATH CAPACITY COMPRESSOR AGITATOR MOTOR CONDENSER FAN MOTOR ICE BANK CONTROL DRINK CAPACITY 13 POUNDS (5.9 KG) 5.1 gallons (19.3 liters) 1/6HP Dan Foss, 115V/60HZ 15W, 115V 9W, 115V Schroeder America Electronic Ice Bank Control (Optional 230V/50Hz and 240V/60Hz systems available) 100 - 12 ounce drinks under 40°F (4.4°C) at two (2) drinks per minute with 75°F (23.9°C) ambient, inlet water, and inlet syrup 5. INSTALLING A. RECEIVING Each unit is completely tested under operating conditions and thoroughly inspected before shipment. At the time of shipment, the carrier accepts the unit and any claim for damage must be made with the carrier. Upon receiving unit(s) from the delivering carrier, carefully inspect carton for visible indication of damage. If damage exists, have carrier note same on bill of lading and file a claim with the carrier. B. UNPACKING 1. Remove plywood shipping base from unit by moving unit so that one side is off the countertop or table, allowing access to screws on the bottom of shipping base. 2. Assemble legs by lifting unit. DO NOT LAY UNIT ON ITS SIDE OR BACK. NOTE: If unit is transported, it is advisable to leave unit secured to plywood shipping base. 2 3. Inspect unit for concealed damage. If damage exists, notify delivering carrier note and file a claim against the carrier. C. INSTALLATION The unit is designed to sit on a flat, supported surface capable of supporting a minimum weight of 200 pounds (90.7 kg). It may be either counter or leg mounted. When the unit is to be permanently bolted to the countertop, seal dispenser base to countertop with a silicone sealant, which provides a smooth and easily cleanable bond to the countertop. NOTE: NSF listed units must be sealed to the countertop or have four (4) inch legs installed. WARNING FAILURE TO MAINTAIN PROPER AIR CLEARANCE WILL CAUSE THE COMPRESSOR TO OVERHEAT AND WILL RESULT IN PREMATURE COMPONENT FAILURE. 1. Position unit on countertop. IMPORTANT LOCATE DISPENSER TO ALLOW APPROXIMATELY 15 INCHES (380 MM) OF UNOBSTRUCTED SPACE ABOVE AND SIX (6) INCHES (152 MM) OF UNOBSTRUCTED SPACE IN BACK OF THE UNIT FOR PROPER AIR CIRCULATION AND REMOVAL OF BONNET. AIR IS DRAWN IN THROUGH BACK GRILL AND IS EXHAUSTED OUT THE TOP GRILL. 2. Remove bonnet from the dispenser. NOTE: The water bath compartment must be filled with water before connecting to electrical power. Otherwise, the compressor deck may not operate properly. 3. Remove insulation strip from in front of refrigeration deck. Fill tank with water until water comes out of overflow tube. Replace insulation. Use bottled water where water problem exists. D. CONNECTING TO ELECTRICAL POWER WARNING THIS UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED TO AVOID POSSIBLE FATAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR SERIOUS INJURY TO THE OPERATOR. THE POWER CORD IS PROVIDED WITH A THREE-PRONG GROUNDED PLUG. IF A THREE-HOLE GROUNDED ELECTRICAL OUTLET IS NOT AVAILABLE, USE AN APPROVED METHOD TO GROUND THE UNIT. DO NOT USE EXTENSION CORDS WITH THIS UNIT. DO NOT “GANG” TOGETHER WITH OTHER ELECTRICAL DEVICES ON THE SAME OUTLET. 1. Check the unit serial number plate for correct electrical requirements. Do not plug into electrical outlet unless unit electrical configuration, located on serial plate, agrees with local 3 available power supply. 2. Route the power supply cord to a grounded electrical outlet of the proper voltage and amperage rating, and plug in the unit. This will turn on the refrigeration system and allow it to start cooling and allow ice bank to form while completing installation. Approximately three (3) hours are required to form a full ice bank. NOTE: Units equipped with an electronic ice bank control contain a ten (10) second delay. Compressor and fan motor will not begin running until ten (10) seconds after the unit is energized is plugged into an electrical outlet. E. CONNECTING SUPPLY LINES TO SOURCES 1. Connect free end of plain water lines to water supply [must be 35 PSI (2.4 BAR) or more]. 2. Mark both ends of product and water lines and route to dispenser. Flush lines to be sure each is clean. Failure to do so may result in clogging of valve(s), resulting in improper operation. Connect lines to dispenser and secure using Oetiker clamps. 3. Route drain tube from dispenser to drain. 4. Turn on water supply. 5. Check for leaks. 6. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE A. WEEKLY 1. Remove the bonnet and check the level of water in the water bath. Replenish as required, and replace the bonnet. B. MONTHLY 1. Unplug the dispenser from the power source. 2. Remove the bonnet and clean the dirt from the condenser using a soft brush. 3. Replace the bonnet and plug in the unit. C. EVERY SIX MONTHS 1. Clean and sanitize the unit using the appropriate procedures outlined in Section 7 of this manual. D. YEARLY 1. Clean water bath interior, including evaporator coils and refrigeration components. 2. Clean the entire exterior of the unit 7. DISPENSER CLEANING AND SANITIZING A. AMBIENT PROCESS 1. The ambient process is the most common method for cleaning and sanitizing dispenser equipment. The detergent should be caustic-based and the sanitizer should be low pH (7.0) chloride solution. 2. Disconnect syrup containers and remove product from tubing by purging with carbon dioxide. 3. Rinse the lines and fittings with clean, room temperature water to remove all traces of residual product. 4. Fill lines with a caustic-based (low-subsiding, non-perfumed, and easily rinsed) detergent solution. The solution should be prepared in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations, but should be at least two (2) percent sodium hydroxide. Make sure the lines are completely filled and allow to stand for at least ten (10) minutes. 5. Flush the detergent solution from the lines with clean water. Continue rising until testing with phenolphthalein shows that the rinse water is free of residual detergent. 6. Fill the lines with a low pH (7.0) chlorine solution containing at least 50 parts per million (PPM) 4 (50 mg/L) available chlorine. Make sure that lines are completely filled and allow to stand for ten (10) minutes. 7. Reconnect syrup containers and ready unit for operation. WARNING REMOVE SANITIZING SOLUTION FROM DISPENSER AS INSTRUCTED. RESIDUAL SANITIZING SOLUTION LEFT IN SYSTEM COULD CREATE HEALTH HAZARD. 8. Draw drinks to refill lines and flush the chlorine solution from the dispenser. NOTE: Please note that a fresh water rinse cannot follow sanitization of equipment. Purge only with the end use product. This is an NSF requirement. 9. Taste the beverage to verify that there is no off taste. 8. TROUBLE SHOOTING TROUBLE 1. Miscellaneous leakage. POSSIBLE CAUSE A. Gap between parts. B. Damage or improperly installed O-Rings. 2. Insufficient water flow. A. Insufficient incoming supply of water pressure. B. Shut-off not fully open. 3. Compressor does not start (no hum), but condenser fan motor runs. A. Compressor relay or overload malfunctioning. B. Inadequate voltage. C. Incorrect wiring. D. Compressor malfunctioning. 4. Compressor starts and continues to run until freeze up and will not cut off. A. Ice bank control failure. B. Incorrect wiring. C. Probe shorted. REMEDY A. Tighten appropriate retainin screws. B. Replace or adjust appropriate O-Rings. A. Verify incoming supply pressure is a minimum of 35 PSI (2.4 bar). B. Open Shut-off fully. A. Replace compressor relay or overload. B. Measure voltage across common and terminal on compressor. Voltage must not drop below 90% of rated voltage. C. Refer to wiring diagram and correct. D. Replace compressor. A. Replace ice bank control. B. Refer to wiring diagram and correct. C. Check probe for foreign material or damage. 5 5. Compressor does not start but hums. A. Inadequate voltage. B. Incorrect wiring. C. Starting relay malfunctioning. D. Compressor malfunctioning. 6. Compressor starts but does not switch off start winding (will run for only a few seconds before internal overload swiches compressor off). 7. Compressor starts and runs a short time but shuts off on overload. A. Inadequate voltage. B. Incorrect wiring C. Starting relay malfunctioning. A. Dirty condenser. B. Insufficient or blocked air flow C. Inadequate voltage. D. Incorrect wiring. E. Defective condeser fan motor. F. Refriderant leak. G. Compressor malfunctioning. 6 A. Measure voltage across common and terminal on compressor. Voltage must not drop below 90% of rated voltage. B. Refer to wiring diagram and correct. C. Replace starting relay. Be sure to use correct realy. Failure to use correct relay will cause compressor failure. D. Replace compressor. A. Measure voltage across common and run terminal compressor. Voltage must not drop below 90% of rated voltage. B. Refer to wiring diagram and correct. C. Replace starting relay. Be sure to use correct realy. Failure to use correct relay will cause compressor failure. A. Clean the condenser. B. Remove all obstructions and allow for minimum clearance of 15” (380 mm) over top. C. Measure voltage across common and terminal on compressor. Voltage must not drop below 90% of rated voltage. D. Refer to wiring diagram and correct. E. Replace condenser fan motor. F. Repair and recharge. G. Replace compressor. 8. Compressor and condenser fan motor will not start after 20 second Power Off delay. A. Relay will not turn on compressor. B. Probe unplugged. C. Improper wiring. D. Damaged electronics 9. Warm drinks. A. Restricted airflow. B. Dispenser connected to hot water supply. C. Refrigeration system not running. D. Refridgerant leak. E. Condenser fan motor not working F. Dirty condenser G. Dispenser capacity exceeded. A. Failed relay. Replace Control Board. B. Check probe connection at PCB. C. Check Power Indicator Lamp; check wiring per Wiring Diagram. D. Replace Control. A. Check clearances around sides, top and inlet of unit. Remove objects blocking airflow through grill. B. Switch to cold water supply. C. Refer to Trouble Shooting 3 through 7 D. Repair and recharge. E. Replace condenser fan motor. F. Clean condesner G. Add pre-chiller. 7 CABINET ASSEMBLY 8 CABINET ASSEMBLY ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ASSY, FOAMED TANK/WRAPPER-SPLASH PLATE SCHROEDER PN DESICRIPTION 243-0002 NUT, HEX, 1/4-20 KEPS, SS 220-0005 SCREW MA 8-32 X 3/8 PH TR HD SS 252-0001 RIVET, POP, .125 X .250 LG, SS 252-0002 RIVET, POP, .125 X .462 LG, SS 509-0007 SPACER, .125LX .14 ID, TEAZZERS 319-0480 WRAPPER, CHILLER 319-0479 SPLASH PLATE, FRONT, CHILLER 634-0111 WELDMET, FAUCET PLATE, 3 CIRCUIT 2 VALVE 634-0068 WELDMENT, SUPPORT FRONT, CHILLER 655-0007 FOAMED ASSY, INNER TANK LINER, CHILLER 9 ICE BANK CONTROL PROBE ASSEMBLY 10 ICE BANK CONTROL PROBE ASSEMBLY ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 SCHROEDER PN 220-0005 220-0007 319-0142 321-0081 602-0007 634-0059 TUBE ASSEMBLY, EVAPORATOR DESICRIPTION SCREW, MA 8-32 X 3/8 PH TR HD, SS SCREW, MA 6-32 X .375 PH PHD, SS BRACKET, ICE BANK PROBE, CHILLER TUBE, EVAPORATOR PROBE ASSY, IB WELBMENT, ICE BANK COIL BRACKET 11 COMPRESSOR DECK ASSEMBLY 12 COMPRESSOR DECK ASSEMBLY ITEM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 ASSY, COMPRESSOR DECK, 500 CHILLER SCHROEDER PN DESICRIPTION 257-0006 FAN BLADE, AGITATOR 303-0015 DRIER, CT 221-0006 SCREW, SM #6 X 3/8, PPH, SS 243-0002 NUT, HEX, 1/4-20 KEPTS, SS 220-0023 SCREW, 8-36 X .438, HHD, ZP 243-0014 NUT, HEX, 10-32 KEPS, SS 321-0083 TUBE ASSY, EVAPORATOR 300-0012 COMPRESSOR, TFS4, .5CLX 257-0005 FAN BLADE, 8.00”, 5 PETAL 304-0008 MOTOR, FAN, 115V, 9W - CT1, CT2 319-0381 BRACKET, FAN MOTOR, SHORT, 500 CHILLER 319-0379 SHROUD, CONDENSER, 500 CHILLER 302-0011 CONDENSER, COIL, 500 CHILLER 304-0011 MOTOR, AGITATOR, 15W, 115V, CHILLER 319-0412 BRACKET SHORT, AGITATOR MOTOR, CHILLER 247-0001 CLIP, HITCH PIN, .250 DIA 240-0013 WASHER, STD, .406 ID, STL 210-0003 GROMMET, 19MM 631-0014 COVER, W/CLAMP 507-0030 RELAY,START - 117U4148 507-0008 CAPACITOR, START - S2 665-0004 ASSY, INSULATION, COMPRESSOR PLATE 221-0001 SCREW, SM #8 TYPE A .500 PH TR HD STZI 321-0171 TUBE, DISCHARGE LINE, CHILLER 321-0172 TUBE, SUCTION LINE, CHILLER 321-0170 TUBE, CAPILLARY ASSY, CHILLER 321-0173 TUBE, FILTER TO CONDENSER, CHILLER 220-0005 SCREW MA 8-32 X 3/8 PH TR HD SS 502-0012 HARNESS, JUNCTION PLUG 3-1, 115V 220-0018 SCREW, 8-32 X .625, PH, THD, SS 604-0002 ASSEMBLY, ICE BANK CONTROL 634-0101 WELDMENT, AGITATOR/CONTROL BOX 303-0003 VALVE, IN-LINE SERVICE 321-0003 TUBE, COPPER, 1/4 OD X 1” - MOD S1, S2, S3, & B 303-0011 ACCESS TEE, CU, 2 X 5/16 OD 320-0102 TUBE, .1875 OD X 1” LG, CU 13 220V WIRING DIAGRAM MAIN WINDING 14 WINDING PROTECTOR START WINDING WIRING DIAGRAM HARNESS SEALED CONNECTOR GROUND AGITATOR MOTOR FAN MOTOR EIBC RELAY COMPRESSOR WIRING SCHEMATIC SCHROEDER AMERICA EIBC PN. 604-0002 ICE BANK PROBE ICE BANK CONTROL PCB IN ICE BANK CONTROL (IBC) HOUSING 15 PARTS AND EQUIPMENT LIMITED COMMERCIAL WARRANTY FOR BEVERAGE EQUIPMENT Schroeder America does warrant to the original purchaser from Schroeder America, who purchase solely for commercial or industrial uses, or for resale in the ordinary course of business, that each of the Products covered by this Commercial Warranty shall be free from defects in material and or workmanship, under normal and proper use and service conditions. 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This Commercial Warranty will be rendered void should any serial label be removed from, or made unreadable for, any part or product. Products covered by this Commercial Warranty include all beverage dispensing equipment manufactured or sold by Schroeder America after the date hereof (not excluded hereinafter) and this Commercial Warranty is further limited to the use of that equipment in connection with juice, soft drinks syrups, coffee, hot chocolate, tea or commodities for which use the particular product has been identified by Schroeder America. Specific exclusions to this Commercial Warranty are OEM Sales, water filter cartridges, light bulbs, fuses, diaphragms, seals, o-rings, silicone or rubber parts, refrigeration access valves or related refrigeration leaks, parts in contact with water or the product dispensed and which has become inoperative due to scale or chemical change, and normal maintenance items. 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Any claim under this Commercial Warranty must be made as promptly as is reasonable possible, but in no event later than (30) thirty consecutive calendar days, after the discovery of the defect. Such claims are to be directed to Schroeder America. Repair or replacement of the sealed refrigeration system under warranty will be at Schroeder America, San Antonio, TX. Schroeder America at its discretion may ship a replacement refrigeration chassis to customer for exchange. Customer will use all external parts of original dispenser and ship defective chassis to Schroeder America (to be determined by Schroeder America.) freight pre-paid. If unit damage is a result of one of the specific exclusions mentioned above, customer will be charged a $150 restocking fee. Under no circumstances should the entire unit be returned to Schroeder America except for repair or replacement of the sealed refrigeration system. 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