Cecilware GB3M-IT-10 LEFT Specifications

CAPPUCCINO, COFFEE, and SOUP DISPENSERS
GB-IT (Intelligent Technology)
• Microprocessor Technology
• Touch Pad Control Panel
• Free Flow and Portion Control
• Counts Total Number of Cups Dispensed
• Automatic Rinse Cycle
• Diagnostics for Electrical Problems
• Removable & Replaceable Picture
easy – no assembly required
OPERATION MANUAL
• Specifications...................................................... 2
• Installation and Operating Instructions.............. 4
• Adjustments......................................................... 6
• Programming Instructions................................. 8
• Care and Maintenance........................................ 8
• Trouble Shooting Guide..................................... 11
• Parts Identification.......................................…... 15
• Wiring Diagrams................................................ 21
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45 -05 20th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11105
TEL • 718-932-1414
FAX • 718-932-7860
NG95A-C June 2009
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL:
WIDTH
in
DEPTH
in
HEIGHT
in
Lb (qty)
TANK
GAL.
BURST
CAPACITY
LIT DISPLAY AREA
(W x H) Sq. in.
SHIPPG
WEIGHT LB.
GB1M-IT
8.5
22
34
8 (1)
2.2
58
(7 x 13) 91
65
GB2M-5.5-IT
8.5
22
34
5.5 (2)
2.2
58
(7 x 13) 91
86
GB3M-5.5-IT
11
22
34
4 (3)
3.2
85
(9½ x 13) 123
100
GB3M-5.5-IT S/S
11
22
34
5.5 (3)
3.2
85
(9½ x 13) 123
100
GB3M-IT-10 LEFT [11.5”W]
GB3M-IT-10 RIGHT [11.5”W]
GB4M-IT
GB5M-IT
11.5
11.5
22
22
34
34
10 (1) + 5.5 (2)
10 (1) + 5.5 (2)
4.5
4.5
112
112
(123/8
x 13) 164
(123/8 x 13) 164
110
110
14.125
22
34
5.5 (4)
4.5
112
(123/8 x 13) 164
120
140
(123/8
140
17.25
22
34
5.5 (5)
4.5
x 13) 164
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
Volts
Phase
Hz
Receptacle
Number of
Watts Heaters Amps Nema No.
Circuit
Breaker
ALL MODELS
120V
1
60
1.8KW
1
15
5-15R
15A
ALL MODELS
120/240V
1
60
3.0KW
1
15
L14-20R**
20A
ALL EXPORT MODELS
220V
1
60
3.0KW
1
15
††
20A
GB3M-5.5-IT, GB4M-5.5-IT
120/240V
1
60
6.0KW
2
25
L14-30R**
30A
120V, 1.8 KW, 15A, Nema 5-15R standard on all models; 3.0 KW and 6.0 KW, 120/240V units available
** 120/240V, 3 pole, 4 wire grounding type Twist-Plug Receptacle. For 240V units, Use L6-20R or L6-30R, 2 pole, 3 wire Twist-Plug Receptacle.
†† 220V Export Receptacle to be specified where order is placed.
See Electrical Data Label attached to the back of the unit for proper voltages, breaker sizes and electrical outlet requirements for each model number
listed. See wiring diagram in back of manual, for wiring instructions.
UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully unpack the GB Machine and inspect immediately for shipping damage. Your GB Machine was shipped in a carton designed to give it
maximum protection in normal handling. It was thoroughly inspected before leaving the factory. In case of damage, contact the shipper, not
Cecilware.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Water Inlet Connection:
This equipment is to be installed to comply with the applicable Federal, State, or local plumbing codes having jurisdiction. In addition:
1. A quick disconnect water connection or enough extra coiled tubing (at least 2x the depth of the unit) so that the machine can be moved for
cleaning underneath.
2. An approved back flow prevention device, such as a double check valve to be installed between the machine and the water supply.
The GB beverage dispenser is equipped with a ¼" Flare Water Inlet Fitting which is located on the left side in the back of the base.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED:
A WATER SHUT-OFF VALVE and A WATER FILTER, preferably a combination Charcoal/Phosphate Filter, to remove odors and inhibit lime
and scale build up in the machine. Note: In areas with extremely hard water, a water softener must be installed in order to prevent a
malfunctioning of the equipment and in order not to void the warranty.
After the machine has been unpacked and placed on a counter, pull out the stainless steel drip tray. It should contain the following:
A Set of 4 Adjustable Leveling Legs & Water Inlet Fitting.
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START-UP PROCEDURE
1.
Connect the ¼" dia. copper waterline to the ¼" flare water inlet fitting of the valve.
2.
Plug the power cord into a proper receptacle.
3.
Activate the Power Switch (Toggle Up) located on the right side of the splash panel below the door.
The power switch controls all power to the machine including the heater elements.
The door display panel will light up and the tank will start filling.
The LCD window will display this message briefly “CECILWARE, DISPENSER V#.## “.
4. The LCD window will display this message “Low Water Level”. Allow approximately 3-5 minutes for the tank to fill.
If the tank does not fill up within the first 5 minutes an error message will appear in the CD window [SYSTEM ERROR, FILL
RESPONSE]. See Definition of Screen and Troubleshooting Guide.
5.
The LCD window will display this message “Low Water Temp.” Allow up to 30 minutes for the water to reach a temperature of 190°F.
The heat up time will depend on the water inlet temperature, the input voltage and the wattage of the elements in the machine.
While the tank is heating up, remove the hoppers, load them with products and reposition them back in the machine. Be sure to
reposition the hoppers so that the 1/4” pin slides into the hole of the compartment base.
When the machine has reached the proper dispensing temperature, the LCD window will display one of these messages:
IF THE RINSE MODE IS ON
IF THE RINSE MODE IS OFF
PLEASE RINSE
TO CONTINUE
OR
PLEASE SELECT
CHOICE OF DRINK
To Rinse press simultaneously the Rinse/Blue Button & Green Button for each hopper.
6. To Dispense a Cup of Cappuccino or Soup: Place a 8 oz. or larger cup under selected drink dispense nozzle. Press
Dispense/Green Button.
For units set for “free flow“: Push and hold Green button until cup is 2/3 full, then release button.
For units set for “portion control”: Press and Release Green Button. Cup will fill up automatically to it’s preset amount.
The machine is factory preset to dispense water at the rate of 1 oz./sec. for Cappuccino and 1.3 oz/sec. for Soup.
This flow rate corresponds with the factory preset cup sizes [small 6 oz.] [medium 8 oz.] [large 12 oz.].
To adjust the Water Flow Rate on the Dispense Valve see Illustration B.
See Programming Instructions if different levels of drink strength are desired or different cup sizes are desired.
TO CHECK VOLUME AND GRAM THROW DISPENSED (RATIO):
NOTE: These GB units have a fixed speed Auger Motor CD150 [95 RPM] and dispenses powder at a constant fixed rate.
The water flow rate should not exceed 1.3 oz./sec. This may cause overflow in the mixing chamber/cup.
a. Remove the product guide from the hopper and position a receptacle under the hopper nozzle to catch the gram throw of product.
b. Also place a measuring cup under extension tube to catch the water dispensed.
c. Push the dispense button and check the amount of product dispensed, amount of water dispensed, and time [use stop watch] to
dispense that water.
d. The amount of water dispensed in the measuring cup divided by the time required to dispense that water is the Water Flow Rate from
Dispense Valve. If the amount [oz.] of water dispensed is different from the programmed amount [oz.] for Cup Size, then adjust the
Water Flow Rate from Dispense Valve. See illustration B.
FOR CAPPUCCINO:
The machine is factory adjusted to dispense 4-4.5 gr./sec. per OZ. Cup. [32 grams Product per 8 oz. cup]
The recommended throw is 28-32 grams per 8 oz. cup for Cappuccino, with 80% fill.
FOR COFFEE:
The machine is factory adjusted to dispense 0.3 gr./sec per OZ. Cup. [1.5 grams of coffee product per 5 oz. of liquid (in a 6 oz. cup).
The recommended throw is 1.5 to 1.8 grams per 6 oz. cup of Coffee, with 80% fill.
FOR SOUP:
The machine is factory preset to specified customer requirements, because the gram throw for each soup flavor and type varies
considerably with the consistency of each product. Adjustments can also be made by the customer, as shown above and by
programming the desired amounts. For customer specified/special settings see insert.
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GB3M-5.5-IT DIMENSIONS & CONPONENTS LOCATION - ILL. A
FRONT VIEW
HOPPER
BACK VIEW
5.5 LB 5.5 LB 5.5 LB
LABEL AREA
DISPENSEBUTTON(9)
LAMP
PRODUCT LABEL
LATCH
PRODUCT GUIDE
PLEASESELECT DRINK ....
BALLAST
DISPENSECHAMBER
MIXINGCHAMBER
TECHNOLOGY INSIDE
WHIPPERCHAMBER
DISPENSENOZZLE
CORDSET
POWERSWITCH
FUSE
NA88A
NA88A
DRIPTRAY
DRIPTRAY
RIGHT SIDEVIEW
WATERLEVEL PROBE
DISPENSEVALVE
THERMISTERPROBE
HEATERELEMENT
WATER LEVEL CONTROLS:
Under normal conditions and operation, the
water level in the tank should not drop more
than ½" from the probe.
If it does, the tank is not refilling fast enough.
Check the water line and water filter, they
may need cleaning or replacing.
Water Inlet Valve L462A
Water Level Probe K355Q [K402A & P410A]
TOUCHPAD
LCDBOARD
TANK ASS'Y
MAIN CONTROL BOARD
FUSE
WATERINLET VALVE
POWERCORD
DRIPTRAY
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ADJUSTMENTS - ILL. B
WATER FLOW RATE
The Dispense Valves are factory adjusted fo r a maximum Flow Rate of 1 to 1.3 oz./sec.
[Approximate settings: 0.85 to 1 oz./sec for SOUP; 1.3 oz./sec. for COFFEE and CAPPUCCINO]
Exceeding this Flow Rate will cause the Mixing Chamber to overflow.
Note: To access the Water Dispense Valves, open door and remove Hoppers.
TO ADJUST WATER FLOW RATE:
1. Open door and remove hoppers. Locate Dispense Valve behind hoppers, mounted on tank.
2. Locate adjustment screw on Dispense Valve.
3. Using Allen Key or flat screwdriver rotate, 1/4 turn at a time,
CLOCKWISE to decrease water flow, or
to increase water flow.
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
4. Check water flow output, after each 1/4 turn.
AUGER GEAR
CD117 [w/NYLON AUGER CD130]
CD117 [w/WIRE AUGER CD101 & CD149]
CD97A [w/WIRE AUGER CD74A & CD153]
HOPPERS AND AUGERS
CD130 NYLON AUGER [22.5mm%%c X 17mmPT]
W/O-RING CD139
CD101 WIRE AUGER [22.5mm%%c X 17mmPT]
CAPPUCCINO/FAST FLOW & SOUP
CD149 WIRE AUGER {22.5mm%%c X 24.8mmPT]
HOT CHOCOLATE & THICK SOUP
AUGERS:
OR
CD74A WIRE AUGER {17mm%%c X 12mmPT]
DRY COFFEE/FAST FLOW
PRODUCT
GUIDE
CD70A
CD90A
CD76A
CD153 WIRE AUGER [17mm%%c X 9.15mmPT]
DRY COFFEE & INSTANT ESPRESSO
CD115
SPLASH GUARD
A. When using NYLON AUGERS:
Adjust Water Flow Rate so that the
water level reaches almost at the top
in the Mixing Chamber, as shown.
DISPENSE CAP
CD61A
TRIANGULAR
RIB
B. When using WIRE AUGERS:
Adjust Water Flow Rate so that the
water level reaches half way up
in the Mixing Chamber, as shown.
DISPENSE CAP
CD61A
RECTANGULAR RIB
CORRECT WATER
LEVEL FOR MAX
FLOW RATE WHEN
USING WIRE AUGER
MIXING CHAMBER CD145
FAST FLOW [COLD]
MIXING CHAMBER CD137
FAST FLOW [HOT]
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CORRECT WATER
LEVEL FOR MAX
FLOW RATE WHEN
USING NYLON
AUGER
MIXING CHAMBER CD62A
SOUP UNITS
Features and Benefits of the Digital Dispenser Controller
1. 100% Solid State Control for improved reliability
2. Modular design and reduced component count for ease of service
3. Optional sanitary features such as Rinse Lockouts and Rinse Warnings
4. Redundant system interlocks for uncompromising user safety
5. Large two line display for viewing system status and modifying parameters
6. Individual dispense counters and totalizers for product marketing information and inventory control
7. Advanced system diagnostics that continuously monitor the status of all motors, solenoids, sensors, and heaters
to ensure proper operation and aid in identifying potential problems
8. Protection from heater burnout due to lack of water in the reservoir tank
9. Elimination of dry powder feed at the beginning of a dispense and product dilution at the end of a dispense
10. Extremely accurate dispensing control utilizing DC servo-motor drive technology
11. Stable water temperature regulation with an adjustment resolution of one-degree Fahrenheit
12. Optional Low Water Temperature Lockout to prevent dispensing at water temperatures below an adjustable
threshold
13. Units of measure displayed in either English or Metric
14. Digital adjustment of serving sizes with a resolution of one-tenth of an ounce
15. Digital adjustment of gram throw with a resolution of one-percent-of-maximum
16. Audible alarm
17. User selectable “Portion Control” or “Free Flow” dispense modes
18. Optional power saving “sleep mode” for extended periods of inactivity
19. Easy to use menu-driven dispensing and rinsing instructions
20. Optional Teach-Me method of setting serving size
21. Several “engineering functions” designed to speed new product development
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PARAMETER DEFINITIONS FOR SYSTEM SOFTWARE VERSION 1.11
1.
Grand Total – This parameter indicates the total amount of water dispensed (in ounces or milliliters) for the entire machine. The Grand
Total does not include Rinse Dispenses. The maximum Grand Total value is 16,777,216 ounces; after which the value will begin again
from zero. This parameter cannot be reset to zero. Default Values has no effect on this parameter.
2.
Dispense Total – This parameter indicates the total amount of water dispensed (in ounces or milliliters) for a selected hopper. The
Dispense Total does not include Rinse Dispenses. The maximum Dispense Total value is 16,777,216 ounces; after which the value will
begin again from zero. This parameter cannot be reset to zero. Default Values has no effect on this parameter.
3.
Dispense Counter – This parameter indicates the total number of cups dispensed for a selected Serving Size. The Dispense Counter
does not include Rinse Dispenses. The maximum Dispense Counter value is 49,999; after which the value will begin again from zero. In
Service Mode this parameter can be reset to zero by simultaneously depressing the and Keys. Default Values has no effect on this
parameter.
4.
Dispense Mode – This parameter determines whether the system dispenses in a continuous (Free Flow) or fixed size (Portion Control)
method. The default setting for this parameter is Portion Control.
5.
Serving Size – This parameter determines the amount of water dispensed for each Dispense Key when the Dispense Mode is set to
Portion Control. The default settings are as follows: Small = 6.0 ounces, Medium = 8.0 ounces, Large = 12.0 ounces. The
minimum Serving Size is 2.0 ounces. The maximum Serving Size is 64.0 ounces.
6.
Gram Throw – This parameter determines the ratio of product to water during a Dispense for a selected Hopper. The units of measure
for Gram Throw are proportional to Auger Turns per ounce of water. At a Fill Constant of 1.00 ounces per second the maximum Gram
Throw is 100 and the minimum Gram Throw is 20. The maximum and minimum values are scaled proportional to a Fill Constant of 1.00
ounces per second. For example: if the Fill Constant is set to 1.30 ounces per second the maximum Gram Throw would be (100*1.00)/1.3
= 77. This prevents the user from requesting a Gram Throw that is beyond the capability of the Auger Motor. Auger Start and Stop Times
have no effect on this parameter. The default setting for this parameter is 75.
7.
Auger Start Time – This parameter sets the time that the Auger starts to turn relative to the activation (opening) of the Dump Valve. A
positive value indicates an Auger starting at some time after the opening of the Dump Valve. A negative number indicates an Auger
starting at some time before the opening of the Dump Valve. The minimum Auger Start Time = (-3.0) seconds. The maximum Auger Start
Time is 3.0 seconds. The default value for this parameter is 0.3 seconds.
8.
Mixer Start Time – This parameter sets the time that the Mixer starts to turn relative to the activation (opening) of the Dump Valve. A
positive value indicates a Mixer starting at some time after the opening of the Dump Valve. A negative number indicates a Mixer starting at
some time before the opening of the Dump Valve. The minimum Mixer Start Time = (-3.0) seconds. The maximum Mixer Start Time is 3.0
seconds. The default value for this parameter is 0.3 seconds.
9.
Auger Stop Time – This parameter sets the time that the Auger stops turning relative to the de-activation (closing) of the Dump Valve. A
positive value indicates an Auger stopping at some time after the closing of the Dump Valve. A negative number indicates an Auger
stopping at some time before the closing of the Dump Valve. The minimum Auger Stop Time = (-3.0) seconds. The maximum Auger Stop
Time is 3.0 seconds. The default value for this parameter is 0.3 seconds.
10. Mixer Stop Time – This parameter sets the time that the Mixer stops turning relative to the de-activation (closing) of the Dump Valve. A
positive value indicates a Mixer stopping at some time after the closing of the Dump Valve. A negative number indicates a Mixer stopping
at some time before the closing of the Dump Valve. The minimum Mixer Stop Time = (-3.0) seconds. The maximum Mixer Stop Time is
3.0 seconds. The default value for this parameter is 0.6 seconds.
11. Fill Constant – This parameter is set to the actual Fill Rate of all of the Dump Valves. All Dump Valves in a system must be adjusted so
that they have equal Fill Rates. The maximum Fill Constant is 4.00 ounces per second. The minimum Fill Constant is 0.50 ounces per
second. The maximum and minimum values are scaled proportional to a Gram Throw of 100. For example: if the highest Gram Throw
setting is 77 then the maximum Fill Constant would be (100*1.00)/77 = 1.30. This prevents the user from requesting a Gram Throw that is
beyond the capability of the Auger Motor. The default setting for this parameter is 1.30 ounces per second.
12. Rinse Dispense Time – This parameter determines the amount of time that the Dump Valve is open during a Rinse Cycle. The minimum
Rinse Time = 3 seconds. The maximum Rinse Time is 15 seconds. The default value for this parameter is 6 seconds.
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13. Rinse Warning Status – This parameter determines whether the Rinse Warning Option is turned ON or OFF. If this option is ON the
system generates a Rinse Warning if a Hopper has dispensed and has not been Rinsed for of time greater than that defined by (50 * Rinse
Lockout Time) minutes. For example: If the Rinse Warning Status is ON and the Rinse Lockout Time is 6 Hours then a Rinse Warning will
be generated when a Hopper is not Rinsed for more than (50 * 6 = 300) minutes (5 hours). Generating a Rinse Warning will cause the
audible alarm to sound for two seconds and the Rinse Warning Screen to be displayed for five seconds. The system will then revert back
to normal operation. If the offending Hopper is not rinsed after the first Rinse warning additional Rinse Warnings will be generated every
five minutes until the respective Hopper is rinsed. The default setting for this parameter is OFF.
14. Rinse Lockout Status - This parameter determines whether the Rinse Lockout Option is turned ON or OFF. If this option is ON the
system generates a Rinse Lockout if a Hopper has dispensed and has not been Rinsed for a period of time greater than that defined by the
Rinse Lockout Time. Once a Hopper enters Rinse Lockout the LED’s of the Dispense Keys related to that Hopper will turn OFF thus
indicating that the Hopper will no longer dispense. The default setting for this parameter is OFF.
15. Rinse Lockout Time – This parameter determines the length of time required before entering Rinse Lockout. The minimum Rinse
Lockout Time = 1 hour. The maximum Rinse Lockout Time is 12 hours. The default value for this parameter is 6 hours.
16. Water Temperature Set Point – This parameter determines the required reservoir tank water temperature. The minimum Water
Temperature Set Point is 140°F. The maximum Water Temperature Set point is 203°F. The default value for this parameter is 190°F.
17. Low Water Temperature Lockout Status – This parameter determines whether the Low Water Temperature Lockout Option is turned ON
or OFF. If this option is ON the system generates a Low Water Temperature Lockout if the present water temperature is below the value
defined by the Low Water Temperature Lockout Set Point. Once a Hopper enters Low Water Temperature Lockout, all of the Dispense
Key LED’s will turn OFF thus indicating that the system will no longer dispense. The default setting for this parameter is ON.
18. Low Water Temperature Lockout Set Point – This parameter determines the minimum reservoir tank water temperature allowed before
entering Low Water Temperature Lockout. The minimum Low Water Temperature Lockout Set Point is 125°F. The maximum Low Water
Temperature Lockout Set point is 203°F. The default value for this parameter is 140°F.
19. Sleep Mode Status – This parameter determines whether the Sleep Mode Option is turned ON or OFF. If this option is ON and the
system has not dispensed for four hours the system will enter Sleep Mode. Once in Sleep Mode the system will reduce the required Water
Temperature to equal that defined by (10°F + Low Water Temperature Lockout Set Point). The default setting for this parameter is
OFF.
20. Hopper Status – This parameter determines the whether a selected Hopper is turned ON or OFF. If a Hopper is ON then the Auger
Motor, Mixer Motor, and Dump Solenoid status checking is enabled and the Hopper is allowed to dispense. If a Hopper is OFF then Auger
Motor, Mixer Motor, and Dump Solenoid status checking is disabled and the LED’s of the Dispense Keys related to that Hopper will turn
OFF thus indicating that the Hopper will no longer dispense. The default setting for this parameter is OFF.
21. Auger Status – This parameter determines whether the Auger Motor of the selected Hopper is turned ON or OFF. If an Auger Motor is
ON then dispenses from the selected Hopper will include powder (product). If an Auger Motor is OFF then dispenses from the selected
Hopper will not include powder (product). This is a temporary parameter and is reset to the default setting at “power-on”. The default
setting for this parameter is ON.
22. Mixer/Dump Status – This parameter determines whether the Mixer/Dump (combination of the Mixer Motor and Dump Solenoid) of the
selected Hopper is turned ON or OFF. If a Mixer/Dump is ON then dispenses from the selected Hopper will mix and will include water. If a
Mixer/Dump is OFF then dispenses from the selected Hopper will not mix and will not include water. This is a temporary parameter and is
reset to the default setting at “power-on”. The default setting for this parameter is ON.
23. Displayed Units – This parameter determines whether the displayed units of measure are English or Metric. If the Displayed Units
parameter is set to English then all temperatures are displayed as Degrees Fahrenheit and all volumes are displayed as Fluid Ounces. If
the Displayed Units parameter is set to Metric then all temperatures are displayed as Degrees Celsius and all volumes are displayed as
Milliliters. The default setting for this parameter is English.
24. Dispense Type – This parameter determines whether the customer is prompted to select a choice of Drink or choice of Soup. If the
Dispense Type is set to Drink then the instructional prompt will read “PLEASE SELECT CHOICE OF DRINK”. If the Dispense Type is set
to Soup then the instructional prompt will read “PLEASE SELECT CHOICE OF SOUP”. The default setting for this parameter is Drink.
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25. Default Parameters – This screen gives the user the ability to reset all system parameters except the Grand Total, Dispense Total, and
Cups Dispensed. Simultaneously depressing the and keys will force all system parameters to revert to designated individual default
settings.
*Important Note* The default status for all Hoppers is OFF. Thus before any Hopper will dispense the Hopper Status must be
manually set to ON.
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS – ILL. C
to access SERVICE mode – Press simultaneously
Center
CECILWARE
logo
and– Center
of FAST
FLOW logo
To of
access
PROGRAM
MODE
Press sim
ultaneously
RINSE
and
STOP
to access PROGRAM mode – Press simultaneously.
RINSE
and
STOP
decreaseor
or incre
aseparam
eters
toTo
DECREASE
INCREASE
parameters
LCDW
WINDOW
LCD
INDOW
PLEASE
DRINK
PLEASESELECT
SELECT
DRIN………
K…..
The functional description of Version 1.07 of the dispensing controller is as follows:
MODES OF OPERATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Initializing Mode – This mode is only active during the first few seconds after a “power-on” or system reset. The main function of this
mode is to configure the system using the previously saved operating parameters.
Normal Mode – This mode becomes active immediately after Initializing Mode has completed its tasks. The main functions of this mode
are to monitor and report system status and control dispensing.
Rinse Mode – This mode becomes active when the Rinse key is depressed while in Normal Mode. The main function of this mode is to
allow the operator to initiate an individual Rinse for any enabled Hopper.
Program Mode – This mode becomes active when the Rinse and the Stop keys are simultaneously depressed for more than 1.5 seconds
while in Normal Mode. The main function of this mode is to provide limited access to frequently used system parameters.
Service Mode – This mode becomes active when the hidden keys under the “Cecilware Logo” and the “Fast Flow Logo” are
simultaneously depressed for more than 1.5 seconds while in Normal Mode. The main function of this mode is to allow access to all
system parameters that can be modified.
INITIALIZING MODE
The following screen signifies this presence of this mode:
It should be noted that this is the only time the System Software Version Number (V #.##) is displayed.
All other functions of this mode are completely transparent to the operator.
CECILWARE
DISPENSER V #.##
NORMAL MODE
The following is a list of functions performed by this mode:
1. Dispensing Control – This mode is responsible for implementing and supervising the dispensing process.
2. Water Level Control – This mode is responsible for maintaining the proper level of water in the reservoir tank.
3. Water Temperature Control – This mode is responsible for maintaining the required water temperature in the reservoir tank.
4. Sanitary (Rinse) Functions – This mode is responsible for annunciating and enforcing rinse warnings and lockouts.
5. Safety Functions – This mode is responsible for monitoring all sensors, motors, solenoids, and heaters for proper operation.
RINSE MODE
An individual Rinse is initiated by simultaneously pressing the Rinse key and a Dispense key corresponding to the hopper to be rinsed.
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PROGRAM MODE
General Conventions (unless otherwise indicated)
1. To enter or exit Program Mode simultaneously depress both the Rinse key and the Stop key until the buzzer sounds (approximately 1.5
seconds).
2. Pressing the Stop key will cause the menu to scroll up and pressing the Rinse key will cause the menu to scroll down.
3. The blinking LED's) signify which Hopper or Serving Size the displayed parameter corresponds to.
4. Pressing the ▼or ▲ keys individually will decrease or increase the displayed parameter respectively.
5. Pressing the ▼and ▲ simultaneously will cause the parameter to revert to a default value.
Functions:
1.
All Dispense LED’s will be illuminated and the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
DISPENSE TOTAL
SELECT A KEY
2.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
DISPENSE TOTAL
#######.# OZ.
3.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED of the corresponding key to
blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the serving counter for the indicated Dispense
key as follows:
SERVING COUNTER
SELECT A KEY
4.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED of the corresponding key to
blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Serving Counter for the indicated Dispense
key as follows:
SERVING COUNTER
##### CUPS
5.
6.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
If the▼or ▲ keys are pressed the Dispense Mode will toggle between “free flow” and
“portion control”.
7.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
TEACH-ME SETUP
ARE YOU SURE ?
8.
Pressing the ▼and ▲ keys simultaneously will cause the menu to display the following:
TEACH-ME SETUP
SELECT A KEY
DISPENSE
MODE FREE
FLOW
DISPENSE MODE
PORTION CONTROL
Teach Me Timer Setup
A. Place cup or decanter under the desired nozzle.
B. Press one of the illuminated Dispense keys corresponding to the selected nozzle to begin dispensing.
C. Release the Dispense key to stop dispensing.
D. Wait a short time to allow the foam to settle.
E. Jog the Dispense key as needed to top off cup or decanter.
F. If desired simultaneously press the ▼and ▲ keys to use the last Serving Size for all equal cup sizes.
Repeat steps A-F for each Dispense key as required.
9.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
SERVING SIZE
SELECT A KEY
10.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED of the corresponding key to
blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Serving Size for the indicated Dispense key
as follows:
SERVING SIZE
##.# OZ.
11.
Pressing ▼or ▲ key will decrease or increase the Serving Size respectively.
12.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
10
GRAM THROW
SELECT A KEY
13.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Gram Throw for the indicated
Hopper as follows:
14.
Pressing ▼or ▲ key will decrease or increase the Gram Throw respectively.
15.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
16.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Status for the indicated Hopper as
follows:
GRAM THROW
###
HOPPER STATUS
SELECT A KEY
HOPPER
STATUS ON
HOPPER STATUS
OFF
17. If the ▼or ▲ keys are pressed the Hopper Status will toggle between “on” and “off”.
Note: IF either the Auger Motor, or Mixer Motor, or Solenoid Error Screen appear: The entire system is inoperable this means that
one of either the Auger Motor, or Mixer Motor, or Solenoid [Dispense Valve] is not functional while that Hopper Status in ON.
To continue operating the other Hoppers: Press RINSE, Press ▼or ▲ key until you get the HOPPER STATUS screen, Set the
non-functional HOPPER STATUS to OFF, Wait at least 10 sec., then Exit program.
SERVICE MODE
General Conventions:
1. To enter or exit Service Mode simultaneously depress both the hidden key behind the Cecilware Logo and the hidden key behind
the Fast Flow Logo until the buzzer sounds (approximately 1.5 seconds).
2. Pressing the Stop key will cause the menu to scroll up and pressing the Rinse key will cause the menu to scroll down.
3. The blinking LED(s) signify which Hopper or Serving Size the displayed parameter corresponds to.
4. Pressing the ▼and ▲keys individually will decrease or increase the displayed parameter respectively.
5. Pressing the ▼and ▲keys simultaneously will cause the parameter to revert to a default value.
Functions:
1.
All Dispense LED’s will be illuminated and the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
DISPENSE TOTAL
SELECT A KEY
2.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED of the corresponding key to
blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the serving counter for the indicated Dispense
key as follows:
DISPENSE TOTAL
#######.# OZ.
3.
Pressing the ▼and ▲ keys simultaneously will reset the Dispense Total for the indicated Hopper.
4.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display one of the following:
5.
.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED of the
corresponding key to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Serving
Counter for the indicated Dispense key as follows:
6.
Pressing the ▼and ▲ keys simultaneously will reset the Serving Counter for the indicated Dispense key.
7.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
9.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
SERVING SIZE
SELECT A KEY
10.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED of the corresponding key to
blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Serving Size for the indicated Dispense key
as follows:
SERVING SIZE
##.## OZ.
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SERVING COUNTER
SELECT A KEY
SERVING COUNTER
SELECT A KEY
DISPENSE MODE
FREE FLOW
SERVING COUNTER
##### CUPS
DISPENSE MODE
PORTION CONTROL
11.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
GRAM THROW
SELECT A KEY
12.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Gram Throw for the indicated
Hopper as follows:
GRAM THROW
###
13.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
AUGER START TIME
SELECT A KEY
14.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Auger Start Time for the indicated
Hopper as follows:
AUGER START TIME
#.# SEC.
15.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
MIXER START TIME
SELECT A KEY
16.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Mixer Start Time for the indicated
Hopper as follows:
MIXER START TIME
#.# SEC.
17.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Auger Stop Time for the indicated
Hopper as follows:
AUGER STOP TIME
SELECT A KEY
18.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
AUGER STOP TIME
#.# SEC.
19.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
MIXER STOP TIME
SELECT A KEY
20.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the Mixer Stop Time for the indicated
Hopper as follows:
MIXER STOP TIME
#.# SEC.
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If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
22.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display one of the following:
23.
24.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display one of the following:
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed the Rinse Lockout will toggle between “on” and “off”.
RINSE WARNING
ON
RINSE WARNING
OFF
25.
26.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display one of the following:
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed the Rinse Warning will toggle between “on” and “off”.
RINSE LOCKOUT
ON
RINSE LOCKOUT
OFF
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FILL CONSTANT
#.## OZ./SEC.
RINSE TIME
## SEC.
27.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
RINSE LOCKOUT
## HRS.
28.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
WATER TEMP.
### DEG F
29.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
30.
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed Low Temperature Lockout will toggle between “on” and “off”.
31.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
LOW TEMP LOCKOUT
### DEG F
32.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
HOPPER STATUS
SELECT A KEY
33.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the status for the indicated Hopper as
follows:
34.
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed the hopper status will toggle between “on” and “off”.
35.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
36.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
Hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the status for the indicated Auger as
follows:
37.
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed the Auger Status will toggle between “on” and “off”.
38.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
39.
Pressing any of the Dispense keys will cause the Dispense LED(s) of the corresponding
hopper to blink and the LCD/VFD screen will display the status for the indicated
Mixer/Dump Valve as follows:
40.
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed the Mixer/Dump Valve Status will toggle between “on” and “off”.
41.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display one of the following:
42.
If the ▼and ▲ keys are pressed the Displayed Units will toggle between “English” and “Metric”.
43.
If the Stop key is pressed the LCD/VFD screen will display the following:
RESET SYSTEM
ARE YOU SURE?
44.
Pressing the ▼and ▲ keys simultaneously will cause all parameters to revert to default
values and the menu to display the following:
RESET SYSTEM
COMPLETED
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TEMP LOCKOUT
ON
HOPPER STATUS
ON
TEMP LOCKOUT
Off
HOPPER STATUS
Off
AUGER STATUS
SELECT A KEY
AUGER STATUS
ON
AUGER STATUS
Off
MIX/DUMP STATUS
SELECT A KEY
MIX/DUMP STATUS MIX/DUMP STATUS
ON
Off
DISPLAYED
UNITS ENGLISH
DISPLAYED
UNITSMETRIC
DEFINITION OF SCREENS DURING NORMAL OPERATION:
1.
Initialization Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed only during the first few seconds after “power-on”. The only purpose of
this screen is to display the System Software Title (DISPENSER) and Version Number (V #.##).
2.
Low Water Level Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed after the Initialization Screen during the initial filling of the water tank
(first fill). Once the water in the reservoir tank has reached the appropriate fill level this screen is retired.
PLEASE WAITLOW
WATER LEVEL
Low Temperature Lockout ScreenDefinition – This screen is displayed when the Low Temperature
Lockout feature is ON and the present water temperature is below the Low Temperature Lockout trip point.
PLEASE WAITLOW
WATER TEMP.
System Rinse Lockout Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed when the Rinse Lockout feature is ON and all Hoppers have met the
conditions for Rinse Lockout. A Hopper will enter Rinse Lockout when the respective Hopper has
dispensed but has not been rinsed for a period of time greater than that defined by the Rinse Lockout Time.
Since the system has no method of recording elapsed time during “power-off”, the system will place all
Hoppers in Rinse Lockout upon “power-on” as a sanitary precaution.
PLEASE RINSE
TO CONTINUE
Rinse Screen
Definition – This screen appears when the Rinse Key is pressed while the system is waiting to dispense. If
any of the Dispense Keys are pressed while this screen is being displayed the system will rinse the Hopper
corresponding to the depressed key. If the Rinse Key is released while a Hopper is being rinsed this
screen will remain until the rinse process is complete.
PRESS AND RELEASE
TO RINSE
6.
Selection Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed along with a Dispense Screen while the system is waiting to dispense.
This screen alternates with a Dispense Screen every three seconds.
PLEASE SELECT
CHOICE OF DRINK
7.
Portion Control Dispense Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed while the system is waiting to dispense if the Dispense Mode is set to
Portion Control. This screen alternates with the Selection Screen every three seconds.
PRESS AND RELEASE
TO DISPENSE
8.
Free Flow Dispense Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed while the system is waiting to dispense if the Dispense Mode is set to
Free Flow. This screen alternates with the Selection Screen every three seconds.
PRESS AND HOLD
UNTIL 2/3 FULL
9.
Rinse Warning Screen
Definition – This screen appears when the Rinse Warning feature is ON and a Hopper (identified by @)
3.
4.
5.
10.
RESET SYSTEM
COMPLETED
HOPPER # @MUST BE
RINSED
has dispensed but has not been rinsed for a period of time greater than that defined by (50 * Rinse Lockout Time) minutes.
For example: if the Rinse Lockout Time is 6 Hrs and the Rinse Warning feature is ON then the Rinse Warning will be triggered when
a Hopper is not rinsed for 300 minutes (5 hours). Triggering a Rinse Warning will cause the audible alarm to sound for two seconds
and the Rinse Warning Screen to be displayed for five seconds. The system will then revert back to normal operation. If the
offending Hopper is not rinsed after the first Rinse waning additional Rinse Warnings will be triggered every five minutes until the
respective Hopper is rinsed.
Rinse Lockout Screen
HOPPER #@
Definition – This screen appears when a Dispense Key is pressed corresponding to a Hopper (identified by
MUST BE RINSED
@) that has entered Rinse Lockout. A Hopper will enter Rinse Lockout when the respective Hopper has
dispensed but has not been rinsed for a period of time greater than that defined by the Rinse Lockout Time.
Once a Hopper enters Rinse Lockout the LED’s of the Dispense Keys related to that Hopper will turn OFF
thus indicating that the Hopper will no longer dispense.
11.
High Temperature Lockout Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed when the present water temperature is 10 °F above the water
temperature set point.
12.
Hopper Status Warning Screen
Definition – This screen appears when a Dispense Key is pressed corresponding to a Hopper (identified by
@) that has been turned OFF. Once a Hopper has been turned OFF the LED’s of the Dispense Keys
related to that Hopper will turn OFF thus indicating that the Hopper will no longer dispense.
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PLEASE WAIT
HIGH WATER TEMP
HOPPER # @
IS OFF
DEFINITION OF ERROR SCREENS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
IF ANY OF THESE ERROR SCREENS COME UP ALSO CHECK THE SAFETY RELAY IN ADDITION TO THE COMPONENT IN
QUESTION. SEE RELAY TEST.
1. Over Temperature Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the present water temperature is
sensed higher than 208 °F.
SYSTEM ERROR!
OVER TEMPERATURE
Possible Causes: Invalid required Water Temperature or Faulty Water Temperature Sensor.
2. Water OverflowError Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the OT/OF Sensor is detecting a
rapid change in ambient temperature inside the overflow tube.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
WATER OVERFLOW
Possible Causes: Faulty fill Solenoid or faulty/ disconnected Level Sensor.
3. No Fill Response Error Screen Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when
the Fill Solenoid has been continuously energized (open & filling) for more than five minutes during the
first fill or more than 30 seconds thereafter.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
NO FILL RESPONSE
Possible Causes: Water supply is turned OFF or faulty / disconnected Level Sensor.
4. No Temperature Response Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the Water Heater has been
continuously energized (heating) for more than 30 minutes .thereafter.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
NO TEMP RESPONSE
Possible Causes: faulty/disconnected Level Sensor, faulty Water Temperature Sensor, or faulty Water Heater.
5. Water Heater Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the required status (ON/OFF) of
the Water Heater does not match the sensed status for more than two seconds.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
WATER HEATER
Possible Causes: faulty/disconnected Water Heater, faulty/disconnected Triac, or faulty/disconnected Safety Relay.
6. Fill Solenoid Error Screen – Water Inlet Valve
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the required status (ON/OFF) of
the Fill Solenoid does not match the sensed status for more than two seconds.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
FILL SOLENOID
Possible Causes: Faulty/disconnected Fill Solenoid or faulty/disconnected Safety Relay.
7. Auger Motor Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the entire system is inoperable when the required status
!SYSTEM ERROR!
AUGER MOTOR
(ON/OFF) of the Auger Motor (identified by @) does not match the sensed status for more than two seconds.
Possible Causes: Faulty/disconnected Auger Motor.
8. Dump Solenoid Error Screen – Dispense Valve Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the entire system is inoperable when the required status
!SYSTEM ERROR!
DUMP MOTOR # @
(ON/OFF) of the Dump Solenoid (identified by @) does not match the sensed status for more than two seconds.
Possible Causes: Faulty/disconnected Dump Solenoid [Dispense Valve] or faulty/disconnected Safety Relay.
9. Mixer Motor Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the entire system is inoperable when the required status
!SYSTEM ERROR!
MIXER MOTOR # @
(ON/OFF) of the Mixer Motor (identified by @) does not match the sensed status for more than two seconds.
Possible Causes: Faulty/disconnected Mixer Motor or faulty/disconnected Safety Relay.
If Mixer Motor or Relay check out good, manually check for loose connections or defective parts on all 120V ac circuits including:
fuse, fuse holder, transformer, hi-limit, and harness.
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Note: IF either the Auger Motor, or Mixer Motor, or Solenoid Error Screen appear: The entire system is inoperable this means
that one of either the Auger Motor, or Mixer Motor, or Solenoid [Dispense Valve] is not functional while that Hopper Status in ON.
To continue operating the other Hoppers: Go into Program Mode [by pressing simultaneously the Rinse and Stop keys],
Press RINSE to get the HOPPER STATUS screen, Press ▼or ▲key to set the non-functional HOPPER STATUS to OFF;
Wait at least 10 sec., then Exit program. Reset Power Switch [OFF and ON].
10. High Temperature Lockout Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed when the present water temperature is 10 °F above the water
temperature set point.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
TEMP SENSOR
Possible Causes: Faulty/disconnected Temperature Sensor.
11. Over Temperature / Over Flow Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the present water temperature is
sensed higher than 208 °F.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
OT/OF SENSOR
Possible Causes: Faulty/disconnected Over-Temperature/Over-Flow Sensor.
12. Communications Error Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the Communications Link
between the Display Board and the Control Board has been interrupted for more than five seconds and
then re-established.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
COMMUNICATIONS
Possible Causes: Faulty connection between the Display Board and the Control Board .
13. Communications Failure Screen
Definition – This screen is displayed and the system is shut down when the Communications Link
between the Display Board and the Control Board has been interrupted for more than five seconds.
!SYSTEM ERROR!
COM FAILURE V 1.4
Possible Causes: Faulty connection between the Display Board and the Control Board.
TESTS
1) Water Inlet Valve Test
Turn power off. If the water level rises inside the tank, the Water Inlet Valve is leaking.
Disconnect wires from the Water Inlet Valve coil and connect a 2 wire line cord to the terminals.
Plug it into a 115V outlet. If water flows in and stops when you pull it out, the Valve is working
fine. Repeat this test a few times. The problem may be in the Probe. If the water does not flow
in when the cord is plugged into an electrical outlet, the Solenoid coil may be damaged, opened
or the valve may have an obstruction preventing the water from flowing in. Clean or replace it.
A Check Valve is installed to prevent backflow.
To check proper function of Check Valve, disconnect water line from the Check Valve, check for
dripping from the disconnected end of the Check Valve. If it leaks replace it.
2) Water Level Probe Test
If there is a lack of water, you will get an error message on the LCD window. Check the probe as
follows:
Turn on the power and water supply. Check inside the tank to make sure the water is not
touching the Probe. Pull the wire and terminal out of the Probe rod. If water starts flowing into
the tank, the Probe may be grounded, due to excessive liming. Check with Ohm meter. Clean
or replace.
3) Relay Test
Turn Power Switch ON.
Measure Voltage across Output “COM” to Ground. Should read 120 V.
Measure Voltage across Input “NO” to Ground. Should read 120 V.
Measure Voltage across Input to Coil . Should read 24 VDC.
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CHECK
VALVE
ASS’Y
HOSE NUT
ASS’Y
K178A
WATER
INLET
RECOMMENDED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
1. CHECK ALL DISPENSE VALVES FOR LIME BUILD-UP.
•Drain The Water Tank To Just Below The Level Of The Dispense Valves.
•Remove The Valves And Clean. ( You Can Take
These Valves Apart By Hand As Shown).
•Replace The Assembly As Needed (L467A).
•Replace The Valve Into The Tank And Refill tank.
2. CHECK ALL CHAMBER MOUNTS FOR SIGNS OF WEAR
WATER FLOW ADJUSTMENT
A. Product running down th front of the unit.
B.
Product built up on the back of Chamber Mount.
•Remove Chamber Mount.
•Clean And Re-Lubricate motor shaft using food grade lubricant only
•Replace with new Chamber Mount.
3. CLEAN OUT VENT MOTOR, TROUGH AND TUBING
•Remove Two Screws Holding Trough In Place.
•Clean, And Replace Trough.
•Remove Hose Assembly From The Motor.
•Clean Out And Replace.
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PICTURE / DURATRAN REPLACEMENT and BULB AND STARTER REPLACEMENT - ILL. D
To Replace The Picture / Duratran:
Lift up the two end tabs on top of door with a pointed object or flat head screwdriver.
Pull the entire picture frame out. Open up the two clear panels and replace picture.
Tuck clear plastic panel inside bracket at top.
BE SURE TO TUCK CLEAR PANEL
UNDER BRACKET BEFORE SLIDING
FRAME ASS'Y INSIDE DOOR.
THE LONGER METAL TAB SIDE
To replace the Fluorescent Bulb:
Remove the inside door panel.
Turn the lamp and pull it out of the lamp
holder, then place the new lamp into the
lamp holder and turn it until it snaps into
position.
To replace the Starter:
Remove the inside door panel.
Turn the starter slightly counterclockwise and take it out of the starter
base.
To install the new starter, snap the
starter into the starter base and turn it
slightly clockwise into position.
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SANITIZING, CLEANING AND REFILLING HOPPERS
Sanitizing: All food dispensing units should be sanitized periodically. All parts to be sanitized must be cleaned first.
To prepare a sanitizing solution: ADD 2 TSP. OF LIQUID CLOROX BLEACH (5.25% CONCENTRATION) TO 1 GALLON OF WATER AT
ROOM TEMPERATURE (70°- 90°F).
Note: Always start with a unopened bottle of Clorox Bleach since the solution from an opened bottle has a short life span.
• Soak all parts for a minimum of 3 min. in the sanitizing solution.
• Let all sanitized parts drain and dry naturally. DO NOT WIPE THEM DRY.
• Before using the sanitized unit (or parts) with food stuffs, rinse all parts thoroughly with water.
Water pipe connecting and fixtures directly connected to a potable water supply shall be sized, installed, and maintained in accordance with
Federal, Sate, and Local codes (section 7).
Cleaning
1. Turn the power switch to OFF.
2. Remove the drip tray with grill and empty the contents.
3. Wash and let dry the tray and grill (use a mild dishwasher detergent).
4. Wash and let dry the dispense area.
5. Turn the power switch to ON.
Cleaning the Hoppers (See Illustration E)
1. Open the cabinet door and raise the top cabinet lid.
2. Take the hopper out of the cabinet.
3. Pull off the elbow chute and remove the hopper cover.
4. Unscrew the auger gear CW while holding steady the auger inside the hopper. Take out the auger, agitator wheel, and spring.
5. Rinse each item thoroughly.
6. Let dry all items and reassemble.
Filling the Hoppers
1. Open the cabinet door, raise the top cabinet lid.
2. Fill each hopper with the correct product. Note: Hoppers can also be removed for filling.
3. Reposition hoppers in the hopper compartment, making sure the hoppers are properly seated.
Flushing the Whipper Chamber
1. Open the cabinet door and turn the RINSE switch to ON.
2. Place a container under each dispense nozzle and push the dispense switches.
Note: On manual dispense machines, push and hold the dispense buttons for 10 seconds.
3. Open the cabinet door and turn the Rinse switch back to OFF.
4. Wash and let dry the splash panel.
5. Remove the drip tray, wash and let dry thoroughly.
Removing and Cleaning the Whipper Chambers (See Illustration E)
1. Remove the dispense cap by pulling it forward and at the same time twisting it clockwise.
2. Grab and pull the mixing bowl out of the mixing bowl socket.
3. Grab and twist the whipping chamber clockwise and pull it off the mounting plate.
4. Pull the Whipper blade off the motor shaft. Notice the flat keyway on the shaft and the
matching keyway inside the Whipper blade shaft.
It is important that these two keyways are lined up when re-assembling the components.
5. Twist the mounting plate clockwise and pull it off the motor shaft.
6. Slip off the o-ring from the Whipper chamber mounting plate and clean o-ring and o-ring seat.
Removing and Cleaning the Mixing Chambers (See Illustration E)
1. Remove the dispense cap.
2. Pull the mixing bowl out of the mixing bowl socket.
3. Take out the extension tubes.
4. Rinse them thoroughly
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HOPPER and DISPENSING CHAMBER ASS'YS WITH WIRE AUGERS - ILL. E
HOPPERCOVERCD106
HOPPERCD144
HOPPERCD152
HOPPERCD98A
MIXINGCHAM. CD137
WHIPCHAM. CD63A
EXTENSION TUBEM467A
WHIPPERBLADECD143 or CD64A
WHIPPERBLADECD143 or CD64A
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HOPPER and DISPENSING CHAMBER ASS'Y WITH NYLON AUGERS - ILL. E
HOPPERASS'YCD104, 7 LB, 18"HIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPERASS'YCD120, 5.5 LB, 14"HIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPERASS'YCD68A, 4 LB, 11.5"HIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPERASS'YCD313, 1 LB COFFEE, 7.875" HIGHT x 3"W, W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPERASS'YCD105 (14 lb; 18"HIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/NYLON AUGER
HOPPERASS'YCD99A (8 lb; 11.5"]HIGHT X 6.25"SQ) W/NYLON AUGER
WHIPPERBLADECD143 or CD64A
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock unplug the dispenser power cord before repairing or replacing any internal
components of the unit.. Before any attempt to replace a component be sure to check all electrical connections for proper
contact
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
1. Light Display not a) Dispensing unit unplugged
lit. No power. b) No power from MainBoard orfrom PowerSwitch.
c) Defective Bulb
d) Loose Bulb in socket.
e) Defective Ballast.
a) Reconnect dispensing unit
b) Checkfor loosewireto MainBoardorto Power Switch.
c) Replace Bulb.
d) .Make sure bulb is seated properly in socket.
e) Replace Ballast
2. No water when a) Water supply OFF.
Rinse Switch is b) Clogged inlet screen (Water Inlet Valve).
ON.
c) Inoperative Water Inlet Valve.
d) Loose electrical connection.
3. No product
a) No product in Hopper.
when Dispense b) Auger not working.
Button is
c) Damaged, loose, or missing Agitator Gear.
pressed
d) Inoperative Auger Motor.
e) Hopper outlet clogged
f) Faulty Coupling.
4. Water does not a) Leaking Solenoid [Water Inlet Valve].
shut off. Water b) Inoperative Switches on Touch Pad.
keeps
c) Inoperative Rinse Switch – Touch Pad
dispensing.
d) Clogged/stuck Water Dispense Valve
5. No water is
a) Water Inlet Valve malfunction.
going into tank
at all.
b) Probe malfunction.
6. Water will not a) Water Level Probe malfunction.
stop flowing into b) Solenoid (Water Inlet Valve) malfunction.
tank.
7. Water is not
a) Temperature setting is incorrect.
heating up in b) Loose connection to Heating element
the water tank. c) Heater is burned out or defective.
9. Water drips from a) Leaking Water Dispense Valve
mixing chamber b) Too much water in tank.
c) Mixing Chamber clogged.
d) Water Valve blocked by scales.
a) Turn water ON.
b) Disconnect water line and clean inlet screen.
c) Check connection, if needed replace Valve.
d) Check all electrical connections.
a) Add product.
b) Engage Hopper/Nut to Motor Gear (see Ill. E).
c) Replace Agitator Gear (see Ill. E) .
d) Check connections of Motor, if needed replace such components.
e) Clean Hopper and check Cartridge Heater.
f) Replace damaged Coupling components.
a) Clean/check fittings of Valve. Replace Valve if needed.
See ”Water Inlet Valve Test”
b) Check Touch Pad connections. Replace Touch Pad if needed.
d) Clean/unclog Water Dispense (Dump) Valve.
Replace Dispense Valve if inoperative.
a) Check Solenoid valve. Replace if necessary. See “Water Inlet
Valve Test”
b) Check Probe. Replace if necessary. See “Probe Test”.
a) Check Probe. Replace if necessary. See “Probe Test”
b) Check Solenoid. Replace if necessary. See “Water Inlet Valve
Test”
a) Set Temperature at 195°F – See Programming Instructions
b) Make sure all wires are tight.
c) Replace the Heater.
a) Replace Water Dispense (Dump) Valve
b) Dispense some water from tank.
c) Clean Mixing Chamber.
d) Replace or clean Valve seat.
10. Cold drink.
a) Run out of hot water
a) Allow time for water in tank to heat after filling.
b) Temperature setting is incorrect.
b) Set temperature at 195°F. (See Programming Instructions)
c) Loose electrical connection.
c) Check all electrical connections for contact.
d) Bad Heating Element or Heater is burned out. d) Replace Heater. (see Item 11 on Tank Ass’y ILL. F).
11. Drink too
strong.
a) Water flow too low
b) Product throw too high
a) Adjust water flow rate (see Ill. B)
b) Adjust Gram Throw. (see Programming Instructions)
12. Drink too weak. a) No product in hopper
b) Product throw too low
c) Water flow too high
a) Add product
b) Adjust Gram Throw (see Programming Instructions)
c) Adjust water flow rate (see Ill. B)
13. Drink not
whipped.
a) Whipper Blade missing.
b) Loose electrical connection to motor.
c) Whipper Motor defective.
a) Replace Whipper Blade
b) Check electrical connections to motor.
c) Replace Whipper Motor.
14. Dispenser
repeats cycle
a) Touch Pad defective.
b) Power [Dispense] Relay stuck.
a) Replace Touch Pad.
b) Replace Relay.
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15. Noise coming
from mixing
chamber
a) Whipper blade not properly aligned or
missing.
a) Check blade alignment, if needed replace blade and mixing
chamber.
16. Grinding noise a) Hopper not properly engaged in back, or
coming from
Hopper not seated properly
unit
a) Check the mating between the auger motor’s
gear and hopper’s coupling/nut. Check also pin in base.
Pin must be dropped into hole in base.
17. Banging or
clicking noise
coming from
hoppers
a) Fill Hoppers with product.
a) One or more Hoppers are empty or almost
empty.
TANK ASS’Y - ILL. F
1
ITEM DESCRIPTION
2
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
11
12
13
14
15
16
21
SCREW, S.S., 1/4 - 20 x 5/8
HEATER, 120V 1700W
HEATER, 240V, 3000W
GASKET, TANK HEATER
RUBBER GASKET, FOR SCREW (ITEM 1 P446A)
TUBE
TANK TOP
WATER LEVEL PROBE [K402A + P410A]
HI-LIMIT [TEMP.]
GROMMET PLUG (.466 ID) F/TESTING TEMP.
THERMISTER PROBE
HEATER DUCT HOUSING
SILICONE BUTT SPLICED GASKET [GB2MD]
SILICONE BUTT SPLICED GASKET (GB3MD)
SILICONE BUTT SPLICED GASKET [GB4MD]
SILICONE BUTT SPLICED GASKET (GB5MD)
QT
Y
P465A 3
G267A 1
G266A
M502A 1
M533A 2
K525A 1
RY98A 1
K402Q 1
L573A 1
M494A 1
L742Q 1
RJ82A 1
M498A 1
M499A
M500A
M473A
TANK COVER BRACKETS
TANK BODY
GROMMET (.466 ID)
DISPENSE VALVE (DUMP)
TANK INSULATION MATERIAL
DRAIN HOSE (on a roll)
SILICONE DRAIN PLUG
COPPER PLATE- HEAT SINK FOR TRIAC
WINGED NUT for mounting plate to tank
TRIAC 35 AMP
SCREW for Triac
RI42A
RI38A
M461A
L467A
M183A
M483A
M391A
K770A
P301A
L623A
P182A
* Quantity shown is for GB3M5.5 IT. Quantities very for each unit.
17
18
19
20
21
23
P/N
2
1
9*
3*
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
DOOR ASS’Y WITH COMPONENTS (GB3M5.5 IT SHOWN) ILL. G
ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 Clear Window Panel [1/8”]
2 Picture / Duratran Frame Ass’y
GB1/2M5.5-IT GB3M-5.5-IT
M774A
M673A
SB98Q
RX48Q
3 Door Assembly - Right Hinged Door/Left Hinged Door
SN04Q
4 Touch Pad [Or Ng27a F/Small, Medium, Large – Optional F/ Gb3] NG77A / NG78A
5 Inside Door Panel
SD14A
ITEM
6
7
8
9
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
1
2
20
3
19
4
5
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
GB4M / 5M-IT
M703A
RZ91A
RY89Q / RY91Q SA16Q / RZ90Q
NG29A
NG72A / NG74A
RY96A
SA17A / RZ89A
DESCRIPTION
PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
BACK PLATE FOR DOOR LATCH
DOOR LATCH, HIDDEN ( SET OF 2 UPPER AND
LOWER)
SCREW, 8-32x1/2 FOR DOOR LATCH
SQ. NYLON RECEPTACLE
SCREW F/ NYLON RECEPTACLE
BALLAST
STARTER BASE
STARTER, TYPE FS - 5, 5-6-8 WATT
DISPLAY BOARD WITH LCD WINDOW PIGGYBACK
NYLON SPACER, .563”L, WHITE, FOR BOARD ASS’Y
NYLON NUT, WHITE, FOR BOARD ASS’Y
STUD 10-32 x 1”
LAMP HOLDER
BULB, TYPE F8T5/CW [QTY FOR GB 1 & 2 IS “1”]
DOOR HINGE [ HIDDEN ] [1 SET OF 2, UPPER &
LOWER]
DOOR HARNESS [+ DOOR CABLE CH16A ]
10
11
21
RX42Q
NG29A
RY95A
GB3M-10-IT
M673A
RX48Q
8
7
24
6
P/N QTY
NH06A 1
N978A 1
SD08A 1
M704A 1
P
M08A
P415A
CE221
B128A
L396A
L736A
M735A
P521A
05052
CE220
CE76A
K618A
2
6
6
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
4
2
1
CH18A
1
DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION OF COMPONENTS (GB3M5.5 IT SHOWN) ILL. H
42
1
40
41
39
38
37
36
2
3
35
4
5
6
34
7
8
33
9
32
10
11
31
12
30
29
28
13
14
15
16
17
18 19
20
21
25
22
23
24
25
26
27
GBM-5.5-IT COMMON PARTS IDENTIFICATION LIST
ITEM DESCRIPTION
1 TANK TOP ASS;Y -– FOR DETAILS SEE ILL.F
GB1/2M5.5-IT
SC32A
GB3M-5.5-IT
RY98Q
GB3M-10-IT
RY98Q
GB4/5M-IT
RJ86Q
RI38Q
L700Q
L463A
K491A
L462A
C396A
CE181
C032A
CD214
CD108
CD56A
L627A
CH332
B190A
RY69A
M705A
M172A
L069A
RO04A
RO07A
CD75A
CD124
CD66A
CD65A
RJ85Q
L700Q
L463A
K491A
L462A
C396A
CE181
C032A
CD214
CD224
L627A
CH332
B190A
SA57A
M705A
M172A
L069A
RH05A / RJ53A
RI20A / RJ56A
CD75A
CD124
CD66A
CD65A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
TANK WELDMENT ASS’Y – FOR DETAILS SEE ILL.F
RJ83Q
THERMISTER ASS’Y [For Hi-Temp. & Water Overflow] ]
L700Q
CHECK VALVE [PREVENTS BACKFLOW]
L463A
HOSE NUT ASS’Y
K491A
WATER INLET VALVE
L462A
FUSE HOLDER (120/240V only)
C396A
FUSE BUSSMAN SC15 (120/240V) or CE187 Stepdown Transformer
CE181 /
POWER CORD
C032A
DUCT HOSE [FAN EXAUST] (16” X 1” ø)
CD214
ELBOW INSERT [USE W/ FAN CD56A ONLY]
CD108
FAN [GB1,2,3 CD56A] [GB4,5 CD224 110-115V, 60HZ, 110cu.m./hr., AC]
CD56A
MAIN CONTROL BOARD
L627A
TRANSFORMER C-CLASS [use w/DC motor CD151]
CH332
RELAY, SAFETY
B190A
FLOOR BRACKET, [ F/ Main Control Board, Transformer, & Relay ]
RY69A
DOOR LATCH HIDDEN
M705A
4” LEGS M172A OR 1” FEET MO42A (SET OF 4)
M172A
POWER SWITCH (120 V)
OR [120/240 V USE L299A]
L069A
DRIP TRAY PAN
RT61A / RI11A
DRIP TRAY GRILL
RI23A / RI18A
WHIPPER MOTOR short shaft [CD350]
CD75A
SLINGER DISC
CD124
GROMMET CHAMBER MOUNTING
CD66A
CHAMBER MOUNT [USE BAR FOR COFFEE]
CD65A
RI38Q
L700Q
L463A
K491A
L462A
C396A
CE181 /
C032A
CD214
CD108
CD56A
L627A
CH332
B190A
RY69A
M705A
M172A
L069A
RT62A
RT69A
CD75A
CD124
CD66A
CD65A
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
“O” RING # 125 (used w/ grommet CD66A) [FOR CHAMBER MOUNT]
WHIP BLADE - With Straight Propellers Or [Cd143 W/ Bev. Prop.]
EXTENSION TUBE - PLASTIC OR [STAINLESS STEEL H306A]
WHIP CHAMBER
MIXING CHAMBER W/TRIANGLE WING [Alternate Cd62a W/ Rect Wing]
DISPENSE CAP OR SPLASH GUARD
“O” RING (#110) (used w/socket CD67A)
MIXING BOWL SOCKET (was CD100 W/O RING M480)
DOOR ASS’Y – [ RIGHT / LEFT for GB3M-10 ] FOR DETAILS SEE ILL. G
SIDE PANELS
PRODUCT GUIDE
AUGER NYLON CD130 [22.5mmø X 18mm PT] [For Cappuccino] or
AUGER WIRE CD101 [22.5mmø X 18mm PT] [FOR SOUP]
AUGER BUSHING, FRONT [STD] W/”O” RING CD103
CANISTER ASS’Y with Cover [w/NYLON auger] or[CD144 w/Wire auger]
AGITATOR (GEAR) [CD182 - OPTINAL]
FLANGE (NUT) [CD340 – OPTIONAL]
DC AUGER MOTOR 90 RPM CD151 [W/SCREW P443A]
M379A
CD64A
M467A
CD63A
CD137
CD61A
M378
CD67A
RX42Q
RG48A
CD70A
CD130
CD101
CD102
CD120
CD117
CD136
CD151
38
39
40
41
42
26
M379A
CD64A
M467A
CD63A
CD137
CD61A
M378A
CD67A
SN04Q
RG48A
CD70A
CD130
CD101
CD102
CD120
CD117
CD136
CD151
M379A
M379A
CD64A
CD64A
M467A
M467A
CD63A
CD63A
CD137
CD137
CD61A
CD61A
M378A
M378A
CD67A
CD67A
RY89Q / RY91Q SA16Q / SE45Q
RG48A
RG48A
CD70A
CD70A
CD130
CD130
CD101
CD101
CD102
CD102
CD120
CD120
CD117
CD117
CD136
CD136
CD151
CD151