U-Line 2075 Service manual

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Service and Parts Manual
For Models
• CO2075FF
• 2075RF
• 2075R
• 2075WC
• 2015R
• 2015WC
• Combo U-CO29FF
U-Line Corporation
8900 North 55th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53223
• BI•2015
• CLR2060
U-Line Corporation
PO Box 245040
Milwaukee, WI 53224-9540
www.U-LineService.com
P.O. Box 245040
Milwaukee, WI 53224-9540
Phone 414.354.0300
FAX 414.354.7905
Phone (414) 354-0300 • FAX (414) 354-7905
Service & Parts Tech Lines Phone (800) 779-2547 • FAX (414) 354-5696
MADE IN
Printed in U.S.A.
Ken Cook Co.
P/N 30-10010 (Rev. 2/05)
THE
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INTRODUCTION
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
INTRODUCTION
Three generations of pride and quality manufacturing and design improvements are built into all U-Line
products. The result: U-Line leads the market with innovative technology and superior craftsmanship.
This manual contains specific instructions for servicing the U-Line Échelon Products which include these
models:
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CO2075FF
2075RF
Combo U-CO29FF
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2075R
2015R
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2075WC
2015WC
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BI•2015
CLR2060 Clear
Icemaker
Potential Problems With HFC-134A
This Service Manual has been written to cover product manufactured with HFC-134a. HFC-134A compressors will be received with a synthetic based ester oil charge. The hygroscopic (water attraction) property of
ester oil is many times greater than that of the mineral oils previously used with CFC-12. High system
moisture causes the formation of acids and alcohol which can damage the compressor. Systems should not
be left open for more than fifteen (15) minutes at any time as humidity from the air will enter system. To
assure system dehydration, the system should be pulled down to 100 microns and vacuum pump oil (mineral oil) must not be allowed to enter the system.
Cleanliness of the system will be extremely important. The presence of residues (chlorinated or greasy
residues, mineral oil, or impurities) can lead to capillary tube restrictions, oil return problems and compressor damage. Flux must not be used on brazed joints.
IMPORTANT
You can check for the latest service related information at U-LineService.com.
The Technical Knowledge base is continuously updated and can be accessed
24/7.
INTRODUCTION
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
!
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
! DANGER !
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
! WARNING !
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
!
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT indicates installation, operation or maintenance information which is important
but not hazard-related.
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INTRODUCTION
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Serial Number Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Warranty Claims Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Proof of Purchase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Parts Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Échelon™ Door Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Screening Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Guide For Screening Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
CO2075FF/2075RF/Origins Combo U-CO29FF Models
Compressor/Electrical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .
Compressor Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
U-Line Frost Free Refrigeration System . . . . . . . . . .
Typical Frost Free Airflow Configuration . . . . . . . . .
Refrigeration System Diagnosis Guide . . . . . . . . . .
CO2075FF and U-CO29FF Ice Maker Operation . .
Ice Maker Diagnosis Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disassembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing Ice Maker Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacing Mold and Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CO2075FF Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
U-CO29FF Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2075RF Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CO2075FF Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model 402-CO2075FF Icemaker Parts List . . . . . . .
Model U-CO29FF – 2002 Design Parts List . . . . . .
Model U-CO29FF & Icemaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model 402-CO29FF Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model 2075RF Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2075R/2015R Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compressor/Electrical Specifications .
Compressor Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refrigeration System . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refrigeration System Diagnosis Guide
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2075R/2015R Wiring Diagram . . . . . .
2075R Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2015R Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INTRODUCTION
2075WC/2015WC Models . . . . . . . . . . .
Compressor/Electrical Specifications .
Compressor Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refrigeration System . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refrigeration System Diagnosis Guide
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2075WC/2015WC Wiring Diagram . .
2075WC Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2015WC Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BI•2015 Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compressor/Electrical Specifications . . .
Compressor Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperature Control Specifications . . . .
Limit Switch Specifications . . . . . . . . . .
Refrigeration System-Normal Vapor . . . .
Refrigeration System Diagnosis Guide . .
Ice Maker Diagnosis Flow Chart . . . . . .
Ice Maker Operating Cycles . . . . . . . . .
BI•2015 Cycle Schematics . . . . . . . . . .
BI•2015 Replacing Ice Maker Assembly .
BI•2015 Replacing Mold and Heater . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BI•2015 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . .
BI•2015 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model 402-BI•2015 Ice Maker Parts List
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CLR2060 Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Electrical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Compressor Pins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Leveling and Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
Gravity Drain Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
Connecting a Drain Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Automatic Clean Cycle Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Sequence of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
Thermistor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
New CLR2060 Control Board Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
Low Side Pressure Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99
Refrigeration System Diagnostic Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Ice Thickness Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
Ice Production Rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
CLR2060 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
CLR2060 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
SERIAL NUMBER FORMAT
The serial number is divided into four segments. A typical serial number is 013520-03-0433.
The first two digits of the first segment, 01, represents the year the unit was made.
The next four digits of the first segment, 3520, represents the shop order number. Order number 3520 is
assigned for the Model 75R White-00 units.
The second two digit segment, 03, represents the month the unit was made.
The third four digit segment, XXXX, is a factory internal control number used at U-Line Corporation.
013520-03-XXXX
Year
Shop Month
Order
Number
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LIMITED WARRANTY
U-Line Corporation warrants each U-Line product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of one year from the date of purchase; and warrants the sealed system (consisting of the compressor, the condenser, the evaporator, the hot gas bypass valve, the dryer and the connecting tubing) in
each U-Line product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five years from
the date of purchase. During the initial one-year warranty period for all U-Line products U-Line shall: (1)
at U-Line’s option, repair any product or replace any part of a product that breaches this warranty; and (2)
for all Marine, RV and Domestic U-Line products sold and serviced in the United States (including Alaska
and Hawaii) and Canada, U-Line shall cover the labor costs incurred in connection with the replacement
of any defective part. During years two through five of the warranty period for the sealed system, U-Line
shall: (1) repair or replace any part of the sealed system that breaches this warranty; and (2) for all
Marine, RV and Domestic U-Line products sold and serviced in the United States (including Alaska and
Hawaii) and Canada, U-Line shall cover the labor costs incurred in connection with the replacement of
any defective part of the sealed system. All other charges, including transportation charges for replacements under this warranty and labor costs not specifically covered by this warranty, shall be borne by you.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of the U-Line product. The Product Registration
Card included with the product should be promptly completed by you and mailed back to U-Line or you
can register on-line at www.U-LineService.com.
The following are excluded from this limited warranty: installation charges; damages caused by disasters or
acts of God, such as fire, floods, wind and lightening; damages incurred or resulting from shipping,
improper installation, unauthorized modification, or misuse/abuse of the product; customer education
calls; food loss/spoilage; door and water level adjustments (except during the first 90 days from the date of
purchase); defrosting the product; adjusting the controls; door reversal; or cleaning the condenser.
If a product defect is discovered during the applicable warranty period, you must promptly notify either the
dealer from whom you purchased the product or U-Line at P.O. Box 23220, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223
or at 414-354-0300. In no event shall such notification be received later than 30 days after the expiration
of the applicable warranty period. U-Line may require that defective parts be returned, at your expense, to
U-Line’s factory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for inspection. Any action by you for breach of warranty must
be commenced within one year after the expiration of the applicable warranty period.
This limited warranty is in lieu of any other warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to
any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose; provided however, that to
the extent required by law, implied warranties are included but do not extend beyond the duration of the
express warranty first set forth above. U-Line’s sole liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty is set forth in the initial paragraph above. U-Line shall have no liability whatsoever for any incidental, consequential or special damages arising from the sale, use or installation of the product or from any
other cause whatsoever, whether based on warranty (express or implied) or otherwise based on contract,
tort or any other theory of liability.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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WARRANTY CLAIMS PROCEDURE
When submitting claims for warranty payment, please follow these guidelines.
You can use any form you would normally use to bill your customer (your own computer generated form,
Narda, USA, etc.).
The model and serial number MUST be on the claims. Claims will not be paid without a model and serial
number.
If you work on more than one unit per service call please submit a separate claim for each unit.
We track all defects through warranty claims, so please be specific on what the repair was. If it is a system
leak, please specify where the leak was.
Please be sure the claim is legible. If the claim form cannot be read, it will be returned, unpaid.
U-Line will not cover part or labor claims for the replacement of a complete ice maker assembly. All ice
maker parts are available as replacement parts and are stocked in our inventory. Remember: we do not
pay customer education calls. Door and water level adjustments are 90 day warranties only.
If you are changing out a unit please supply the model and serial number of both units (the unit being
replaced and the new unit) and the R.A. number.
Occasionally the customer does not return their warranty cards. In this case we use the date the unit was
shipped to our distributor for a beginning warranty date. This may cause the claim to be rejected for a
proof of purchase. If you want to check on a purchase date, you may contact the U-Line Corporation
Customer Assurance Department at 1-800-779-2547. This will allow you to get a proof of purchase, if
needed, before you submit the claim.
At U-Line, parts and labor claims are paid separately. Included in labor are freon and recovery charges, all
other parts are handled by the parts department. We require that some parts be returned to us, so we may
return them to our vendor. It will be noted on your packing list if we require you to return the part. If a
part is to be returned please include a copy of the packing list and a copy of your claim. If the part was
purchased at one of our part distributors, you must handle the part warranty with that company. For labor
payment please send a readable copy of your claim to U-Line Corporation, P.O. Box 245040, Milwaukee
WI, 53224-9540, for warranty payment.
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PROOF OF PURCHASE
Proof of Purchase and/or Proof of Install is an important part of the warranty claim process. Sometimes it is
difficult to obtain a proper Proof of Purchase/Install for a number of different reasons:
• The customer does not have a copy (only the original).
• The customer has only their copy of the final Walk Through or sign-off of new construction.
• Other valid reasons that prevent your technician from leaving the job site with a suitable Proof of
Purchase/Install.
We understand the problem and have modified our Proof of Purchase policy to help you in these situations.
Effective immediately, if a copy of the Proof of Purchase/Install is not available at the site, the technician
should record the following information on the Labor Invoice:
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The name of the selling Dealer
The date of purchase/installation
The Order or Invoice number (if available)
The type of document they saw, i.e. Store Receipt, Closing Papers, Sign-Off of Building Permit,
Final Walk Through, etc.
If we have this information on the Labor Invoice, and we have the other information that is needed
(correct Serial Number, type of repair, time spent on repairs, etc.), we will be able to process the
invoice for you in a timely manner.
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PARTS LISTING
How to Order Replacement Parts
1. Locate the illustration(s) for the model you are servicing.
2. Refer to the area where the desired part would be installed, locate the part and note the item number
assigned to it.
3. Locate the item number in the left column of the parts listing which is on the next page from the product illustration. Note the full description and the corresponding part number. If this is for a warranty
unit, please indicate and record the model and serial numbers.
4. When ordering parts, it will be necessary to supply us with Model Number, Serial Number, Part
Number, Part Description and in some cases Color or Voltage.
5. U-Line requires the return of the parts listed below if replaced under warranty.
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Fan motors (condenser and evaporator)
Temperature controls
Water solenoid valves
Pumps
Control boards
• Ice maker motors
• Bypass solenoids
• Compressors (two years old or less - lines
soldered closed)
All warranty parts will be shipped at no charge as long as warranty status has been confirmed. We require
that some parts be returned to us, so we may return them to our vendor. It will be noted on your packing
list if we require you to return a part or if you may field scrap it. If U-Line requires a defective part to be
returned, a prepaid shipping label will be included with your new replacement part. When returning parts
please enclose a copy of your packing list and a copy of your labor claim, showing the model and serial
number, and tag or label the part with the nature of the defect.
Our warranty records may not match the customer’s information. In this case a proof of purchase will be
required. If you do not have the proof of purchase at the time the order is placed, the part will be sent net
15 days (COD if you don’t have an open account with U-Line Corporation). When the proof of purchase is
provided we will credit your account (a check will be sent if the part was sent COD).
6. Parts may be ordered by FAX, phone or on-line:
FAX Number (414) 354-7905
Phone Number (414) 354-0300 or (414) 354-7885; press 3
www.U-LineService.com
To expedite parts shipments, FAX all parts orders to: (414) 354-7905. Copy the FAX Parts Order Form,
located in the back of this manual, when placing an order.
7. Effective immediately, U-Line will not pay warranty claims for the replacement of a complete ice
maker assembly. Complete ice maker assembly replacement is not necessary because all ice maker
parts are available as replacement parts and are stocked in our inventory.
REPLACEMENT PARTS: Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. The use of non-U-Line parts can
reduce ice rate, cause water to overflow from ice maker mold, damage the unit, and may void the
warranty.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Do not attempt to service or repair the unit until you have read the entire procedure. Safety items throughout this manual are labeled with Danger, Warning or Caution.
! DANGER !
Risk of child entrapment. Before you throw away an old refrigerator or freezer: Take off the
doors, leave shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside.
! DANGER !
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Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the unit until the electricity has
been disconnected.
Altering, cutting of power cord, removal of power cord, removal of power plug, or
direct wiring can cause serious injury, fire and/or loss of property and/or life and
will void the warranty.
Do not lift unit by door handle.
Never use an ice pick or other sharp instrument to help speed up defrosting. These
instruments can puncture the inner lining or damage the cooling unit.
Failure to clean the condenser every three months can cause the unit to malfunction. This
could void the warranty.
Never install the unit behind closed doors. Be sure front grille is free of obstruction.
Obstructing free air flow can cause the unit to malfunction, and may void the warranty.
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ÉCHELON™ DOOR ADJUSTMENT
All Échelon™ model doors are aligned at the factory before shipment. Occasional re-adjustment may be
necessary, especially if an Overlay Panel is installed. The following procedure will correct for up to 1/4"
alignment.
IMPORTANT
The door should never be flush with the top of the cabinet. Even when level, the top edge of
the door will be 1/8" below the top of the cabinet (see Figure 1).
1/8"
DOOR001
Figure 1
To adjust door:
1. Compare the top edge of the door (opposite the hinges) to the top edge of the cabinet and note the
type (up or down) of adjustment needed.
2. Remove the top hinge pivot pin with a 7/64" hex wrench (see Figure 2) and lift door off bottom hinge
pin. Be careful not to lose door closer inserts (see Figure 5).
Note: The hinge plate on some Échelon™ models does not
have the holes slotted for adjustment. New hinge
plates are available from U-Line Customer Service.
3. With door upside-down, inspect the bottom hinge plate
mounting holes.
a. If your plate has slotted mounting holes, loosen
but do not remove the two hinge plate screws.
b. If your plate does not have slotted mounting
holes, remove the old plate and install the new
plate with the notch to the inside of the door
(see Figure 3).
UL310
Figure 2
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4. If door edge opposite the hinges needs to move up, move plate toward outside of door. If door edge
needs to move down, move plate toward inside of door (see Figure 3). Repeat until top edge of door is
parallel with top of cabinet and tighten screws securely.
SLOTTED
MOUNTING
HOLES
SLOTTED
MOUNTING
HOLES
NOTCH
ALL WINE
CAPTAIN MODELS
ALL MODELS
EXCEPT WINE CAPTAIN
RAISE
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
RAISE
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
LOWER
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
LOWER
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
DOOR003
Figure 3
5. If you have an older model, you must slot the door frame to accommodate the door closer boss. Using
the bottom hinge plate pivot hole as a guide, slot the frame hole by using an 11/32" drill.
SLOTTED
MOUNTING
HOLES
SLOTTED
MOUNTING
HOLES
NOTCH
ALL WINE
CAPTAIN MODELS
ALL MODELS
EXCEPT WINE CAPTAIN
RAISE
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
RAISE
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
LOWER
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
LOWER
OUTSIDE
DOOR EDGE
DOOR003
Figure 4
6. After adjustment is complete, remove the door closers from the bottom hinge,
clean thoroughly and apply petroleum jelly to the mating surfaces of the
closers (see Figure 5). Be sure that bosses on closers align with holes in
hinge and hinge plate. Mount door and install top hinge pivot pin.
DOOR
CLOSER
INSERTS
BOSS
UL312
Figure 5
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SCREENING CALLS
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GUIDE FOR SCREENING CALLS
U-line’s warranty does not cover customer education calls. It has been reported that as high as 50% of all
service calls performed are customer education calls.
The following guide has been developed to help screen calls on the most common customer education
issues. It can be used by persons scheduling service calls. Questions to ask before scheduling a service
call:
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT The unit is not cold enough!
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Are you familiar with the factory specifications for this unit? (Many factors can cause these figures to
vary: ambient temperature, application, amount of use, etc.)
Model Numbers
2075WC, 2015WC
2075R, 2015R
2075RF
CO2075FF, U-CO29FF
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Approximate Temperatures
60° top rack /55° middle/ 45° bottom
38°
38° fresh food, 0° freezer
38° fresh food
Is the door sealing properly? If the door is not sealed properly, it allows heat into the unit. U-Line’s warranty is 90 days for door adjustments.
Is the condenser clean? U-Line’s warranty does not cover cleaning the condenser.
Is the unit behind closed doors? The unit must have free air flow to the front grille.
Did you try turning the temperature control colder? Turning the control knob clockwise is colder. Be
sure to allow 24 hours between temperature control adjustments.
For Wine Captain Units Only - Is the light on constantly to display the wine? If the light is on
constantly, this could cause the unit to run warmer.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT The unit is frosting up!
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Are you familiar with the defrost technology of the unit?
Defrost Technology
Manual Defrost
Cycle Defrost
Frost Free
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Model Numbers
BI•2015
2075R, 2015R, 2075WC, 2015WC
CO2075FF, 2075RF, U-CO29FF
Is the door sealing properly? U-Line's warranty is 90 days for door adjustments.
Has the door been left open?
Is the unit in an application of heavy usage? Heavy usage or high ambient temperatures will cause a
unit to frost up.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT The light on my Wine Captain never shuts off!
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Did you turn the ON/OFF switch near the base of the unit? The ON/OFF switch is for the light
operation only. When the switch is in the OFF position, the light will turn on only when the door is
open. When the switch is in the ON position, the light will be on constantly to display the wine. To
shut the unit OFF, turn the temperature control all the way counterclockwise.
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CUSTOMER The ice cubes are sticking together! - U-CO29FF, CO2075FF and BI•2015
COMPLAINT Models Only
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BI•2015 Model Only - Does the unit need to be defrosted?
Is the door sealing properly? This could cause the ice cubes to stick together.
Have you tried to shake the ice bucket? If the ice sits without being used, it will tend to stick together.
Shaking the bucket will usually break apart the ice cubes. If the ice has been sitting for a long time, we
recommend dumping the bucket and making fresh ice.
CO2075FF, U-CO29FF - Turn freezer control colder.
CUSTOMER Water is leaking out of the unit! - U-CO29FF, CO2075FF and BI•2015
COMPLAINT Models Only
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Have you checked the connection at the water solenoid valve? U-Line’s warranty does not cover
installation adjustments.
CUSTOMER No ice or not enough ice! - U-CO29FF, CO2075FF, BI•2015 and CLR2060
COMPLAINT Models Only
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Are you aware of the factory specifications for ice production?
Model #
CO2075FF, U-CO29FF
CLR2060
BI•2015
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Approx. Daily Ice Rate
8 lbs.
60 lbs.
25 lbs.
Approx. Ice Storage
13 lbs. bucket
35 lbs. bucket
25 lbs. bucket
Is the ice maker bin arm down? When the arm is up, it will not make ice.
Is the door sealing properly? U-Line’s warranty is 90 days for door adjustments.
Does the water level need to be adjusted? U-Line’s warranty is 90 days for water level adjustments.
BI•2015 Model Only - Is the temperature control set to the warmest setting? The unit will produce the
most ice when set at the warmest setting. Let the unit run overnight.
CO2075FF, U-CO29FF - Turn freezer control colder.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT My cubes are wet - CLR2060 Model Only
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The storage bin that holds the ice is not refrigerated. The cubes in the bin are slowly melting down.
The bin will maintain a temperature of 32 to 34 degrees.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT The floor is very warm in front of my CLR2060 Model
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The unit is designed for a built-in application, so the warm air will discharge out the bottom of the unit
below the door. There is a safety feature built into the control board that will shut the unit down if the
warm air cannot be dissipated.
CUSTOMER No ice, water pours into the trough and down into the drain - CLR2060
COMPLAINT Model Only
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The standpipe needs to be inserted into the drain hole of the water trough to maintain the proper level
of water inside the trough.
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CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT When I turn the unit on, all I get is water fill - CLR2060 Model Only
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Check to be sure switch is in ice mode.
Once the unit is turned on, there will be a three minute water fill. This will assure that a fresh batch of
water has filled the trough. If water flows more than three minutes a service call will be required.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT My ice does not come out in a perfect cube shape - CLR2060 Model Only
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The manner in which the ice is made causes a small hole or “dimple” to appear on the front or top of
the cube. Increasing or decreasing the time of the freeze cycle will adjust the size of the dimple. A
service company will need to make this adjustment.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT The cubes do not fall into bin as individual cubes - CLR2060 Model Only
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Normal - You can use the scoop to break apart.
CUSTOMER
COMPLAINT Not enough ice is stored in the bin - CLR2060 Model Only
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Check the level of the unit.
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NOTES
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
COMPRESSOR/ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
STARTING RELAY
C
S
RELAY COVER
R
CAPACITOR
UL183-3.1
COMPRESSOR PINS
To measure start winding resistance, measure across the C-S pins.
To measure run winding resistance, measure across the C-R pins. Ensure that pins C and R are not shorted
to ground.
Specifications
EMU45HSC Start Winding Resistance:
EMU45HSC Run Winding Resistance:
5.60 OHMS
6.70 OHMS
115 VOLT Ice Maker Heater Resistance:
115 VOLT Water Valve Coil Resistance:
115 VOLT Drain Pan Heater
80 OHMS
335 OHMS
630-661 OHMS
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
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U-LINE FROST FREE REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
Cooling Mode:
• Bypass solenoid valve closed
• Evaporator fan operating
• Refrigerant flows through capillary tube
• Normal vapor/compression cycle refrigeration
• Drain heater off
Defrost Mode:
• Bypass solenoid valve open
• Refrigerant flows through bypass system
• Vapor flows from condenser to evaporator without a phase change
• Drain heater on
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER
DRYER
EVAPORATOR
FLOW WHEN SOLENOID
VALVE IS CLOSED
CAPILLARY TUBE
FLOW WHEN SOLENOID
VALVE IS OPEN
SOLENOID VALVE
UL183-2
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
TYPICAL FROST FREE AIRFLOW CONFIGURATION
Air flow in at
evaporator blade
Air passes though
fin tube evaporator
Air flow out at
evaporator outlet
Condensate drains down past the
evaporator, into drain pan, and into
condensate pan through drain hose. The
drain trough is warmed during defrost by
contact with evaporator fins and drain
heater attached to the drain pan.
U-LINE1015
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Suction
Line
Compressor
Discharge
Condenser
Capillary
Tube
Evaporator
Wattage
Normal
Normal
Slightly below
room
temperature
Very hot
Very hot
Warm
Cold
Normal
Overcharge
Higher than
normal
Very cold
may frost
heavily
Slightly warm
to hot
Hot to warm
Cool
Cold
Higher than
normal
Undercharge
Lower than
normal
Warm - near
room
temperature
Hot
Warm
Warm
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
Lower than
normal
Partial
Restriction
Somewhat
lower than
normal-in
vacuum
Warm - near
room
temperature
Very hot
Top passes
warm lower passes
cool
(near room
temperature)
due to liquid
Room
temperature
(cool) or
colder
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
backing up
Lower than
normal
Complete
Restriction
In deep
vacuum
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
No
Gas
0 PSIG
to
25"
Room
temperature
(cool)
Cool
to
hot
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
Suction
Pressure
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System
Condition
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
CO2075FF AND U-CO29FF ICE MAKER OPERATION
Note: The refrigeration system operates independently of the ice maker. This is a new design for U-Line.
All other U-Line ice makers use a double throw control system where the unit is either in a freeze
mode or harvest mode. In the CO2075FF and the U-CO29FF the refrigeration system will cycle on
and off depending on the temperature of the freezer. In most cases this means the refrigeration
system will be operating during the ice making and harvest modes. If the freezer control is set too
warm the refrigeration system may cycle off during ice making mode, slowing the ice production
rate. If this happens adjust the freezer control colder.
Ice Maker Operating Cycles
1. Freeze Cycle
A. Ice maker thermostat (located behind grille) open.
B. Freezer control closed and refrigeration system is operating.
2. Harvest Cycle-1
A. Ice maker thermostat closed.
B. Refrigeration system operating.
C. If bin arm is up the harvest will not initiate.
D. Power goes through the bin switch to the ice maker motor and mold heater.
3. Harvest Cycle-2
A. Ice maker ejector blades reach 2:00 position and cam depresses the hold switch.
B. Ejector blades stall on ice and ice maker motor pulsates until mold heater warms and ice releases.
C. Refrigeration system operating.
4. Water Fill Cycle
A. Ice maker blades reach approximately 10:00 position and cam depresses the water fill switch.
B. Power to the water valve. Ice maker mold fills.
C. Refrigeration system operating.
5. Eject Cycle
A. Ejector blades push ice into bucket and stop at 12:00 position.
B. Ice maker temperature control opens.
C. Refrigeration system still operating.
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ICE MAKER DIAGNOSIS FLOW CHART
DOES THE UNIT REFRIGERATE?
INT
ER
MIT
O
N
TE
YES
NT
Sealed System Leak
Electrical Failure
Compressor Failure
Fan Motor Failure
Defrost System Failure
Freezer Control Open
Low Voltage
Voltage Drop
Wiring
DOES THE UNIT HARVEST ICE
IF THE EJECTOR BLADES ARE
MOVED BY HAND OR WITH A
WRENCH ?
NO
S
YE
Ice Maker Control Failure
Bin Switch Failure
RY
E
EV
Ice Motor Failure
Hold Switch Failure
Limit Switch Failure
Binding Cam/Ejector
AT 12:00
WHERE DO THE
EJECTOR BLADES
STOP?
RE
AT
E
3
WH
:00
Mold Heater Failure
IS THERE VOLTAGE AT THE
WATER SOLENOID VALVE
TERMINALS DURING HARVEST?
YE
S
NO
Water Switch Failure
Water Solenoid Valve Failure
U-LINE1005
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
TROUBLESHOOTING
1. Will not eject ice (water frozen)
Cause
a. Icemaker control setting too cold.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
! DANGER !
DO NOT service the unit until the main electrical power has
been disconnected.
Remedy
a. Adjust icemaker control warmer
(counterclockwise).
b. Replace icemaker control.
c. Replace bin switch.
d. Replace limit switch.
e. Replace motor.
f. Replace defective wiring.
g. Clean condenser.
h. Replace gasket of fix obstruction.
i. Find and repair leak/replace refrigerant.
Icemaker control defective (contacts open).
Bin switch defective.
Limit switch defective.
Ice maker assembly motor stalled.
Broken wire in ice maker circuit.
Dirty condenser.
Door gasket not sealing.
Refrigerant leak causing slight undercharge.
2. Will not fill with water
Cause
a. No water supply to unit.
b. Water switch defective.
c. Solenoid valve defective.
d. Fill tube frozen.
e. Broken wire in water fill circuit.
f. Fill tube kinked.
g. Inlet screen on water valve obstructed.
Remedy
a. Open water supply connection.
b. Replace switch.
c. Replace valve.
d. Replace solenoid valve and defrost the fill tube.
e. Replace defective wiring.
f. Straighten out tube.
g. Clean or replace valve.
3. Will not stop making ice
Cause
a. Bin switch defective.
b. Bin arm not raising up completely.
Remedy
a. Replace bin switch.
b. Lubricate pivot point, loosen bin arm lever
screw, or replace bent bin arm.
4. Water will not stop filling
Cause
a. Water switch defective.
b. Solenoid valve defective.
c. Stalled ice maker motor.
d. Icemaker temperature control defective. Ice maker
is in continuous harvest cycle (contacts closed).
Remedy
a. Replace
b. Replace
c. Replace
d. Replace
5. Ejector blades will not stop turning
Cause
a. Water switch defective (closed).
b. Hold switch defective.
c. Defective wiring.
d. Short in mold heater.
switch.
solenoid valve.
motor and solenoid valve.
icemaker temperature control.
Remedy
a. Replace water switch
b. Replace hold switch.
c. Repair or replace wiring.
d. Replace heater.
6. Low ice production
Cause
a. Icemaker control set too cold.
Remedy
a. Adjust icemaker control warmer
(counterclockwise).
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b.
c.
d.
e.
Fan motor stalled.
Ice cubes too large.
Dirty condenser.
Bypass valve stuck open.
b.
c.
d.
e.
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Replace fan motor.
Lower water fill adjustment.
Clean condenser.
Replace bypass valve.
7. Not freezing (compressor and fans are
operating)
Cause
a. Little or no frost pattern on evaporator.
b. Bypass valve stuck open.
Remedy
a. Check for sealed system leak or restriction.
b. Replace bypass valve.
8. Not freezing (compressor not operating fans operating)
Cause
a. Relay defective.
b. Overload defective (open).
c. Compressor defective.
Remedy
a. Replace relay.
b. Replace overload.
c. Replace compressor.
9. Not freezing (compressor and fans not
operating)
Cause
a. On-off switch defective (open).
b. Hold switch defective (open).
c. Freezer control defective (open).
d. Broken wire in compressor circuit.
e. Power cord not plugged in.
f. On-off switch in off position (FF only).
g. Freezer control in off position.
h. Ejector blades not in the freeze position (12:00).
Remedy
a. Replace on-off switch.
b. Replace hold switch.
c. Replace freezer control.
d. Repair or replace wiring.
e. Plug in power cord.
f. Put switch in on position.
g. Rotate freezer control knob clockwise.
h. Manually advance the ejector blades to the
12:00 position (test ice maker and limit switch).
10. Compressor overheating
Cause
a. Condenser air flow restricted.
b. Condenser fan blade obstructed.
c. Condenser fan motor stalled.
d. Defective compressor.
Remedy
a. Remove restriction (clean condenser and grille).
b. Remove blade restriction.
c. Replace fan motor.
d. Replace compressor.
11. Compressor will not stop operating
Cause
a. Freezer control set too cold.
b. Freezer control defective (contacts will not open).
c. Control sensing bulb not sensing freezer
temperature.
d. Evaporator fan stalled.
Remedy
a. Adjust freezer control warmer (counterclockwise).
b. Replace freezer control.
c. Fully insert bulb into well tube on side of freezer,
routing bulb away from compressor discharge tube.
d. Remove obstruction or replace motor.
12. Water leak (under unit)
Cause
Remedy
a. Water supply line leaking at solenoid valve inlet. a. Tighten or replace fitting.
b. Water line leaking at solenoid valve outlet.
b. Replace water line and fitting.
c. Water line leaking at fill tube.
c. Tighten clamp on fill tube or replace fill tube
assembly.
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d. Defrost drain line not in drain pan.
e. Crack in water line.
d. Position drain line in drain pan.
e. Replace water line.
13. Water leak (inside unit)
Cause
a. Ice maker assembly fill cup obstructed.
b. Fill ice cup and fill tube out of alignment.
c. Water level too high.
d. Defrost drain plugged.
Remedy
a. Remove obstruction.
b. Align fill tube and fill cup.
c. Adjust water level.
d. Ice in drain trough (refer to #16).
14. Excessive frost build-up
Cause
a. Door gasket not sealing properly.
b. Door out of alignment.
c. Water soaked cabinet insulation.
d. Light stays on when door is closed.
15. Noisy
Cause
a. Copper refrigeration tube touching cabinet.
b. Fan blade touching shroud.
c. Fan blade obstruction (wiring, foam insulation,
packaging material).
16. Ice build-up in drain trough or drainage
problem.
Cause
a. Obstructed drain cup or tube.
b. Evaporator not touching drain trough.
Remedy
a. Adjust door hinges or replace door gasket.
b. Align door hinges.
c. Replace foamed cabinet assembly
(factory repair only).
d. Repair or adjust light bracket.
Remedy
a. Carefully adjust tubing.
b. Adjust fan mounting or shroud.
c. Remove obstruction.
c. Kinked drain tube.
d. Drain trough spout and drain cup not aligned.
Remedy
a. Clear obstruction.
b. Reposition evaporator to contact drain trough
along entire length.
c. Reposition drain tube.
d. Align drain trough and drain cup.
17. Unit will not defrost
Cause
a. Bypass valve not vertical (will not operate).
b. Bypass coil defective.
c. Defrost timer defective.
d. Bypass valve defective.
Remedy
a. Align bypass valve and coil assembly.
b. Replace bypass valve.
c. Replace defrost timer.
d. Replace bypass valve.
18. Fresh food temperature too cold
Cause
a. Ice bucket not fully inserted.
b. Freezer temperature control set too cold.
Remedy
a. Push ice bucket in place.
b. Adjust freezer control to warmer setting
(counterclockwise).
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
2
3
4
2
1
4
U-LINE1004
DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES
Note: Échelon models do not require removal of the ice maker or freezer housing to access the fan
motor, drain or evaporator.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
replace evaporator fan motor:
Disconnect unit from power source.
Remove 2 screws (1) from fan cover.
Remove 2 screws (2) holding fan bracket to liner.
Unplug fan connection.
Remove 2 nuts (3) holding the fan to the fan bracket.
Replace with new fan.
Plug in the fan connection.
Re-install fan bracket to liner making sure the fan wires are tucked behind the fan bracket.
Re-install unit and test.
To
1.
2.
3.
4.
access evaporator or drain:
Disconnect unit from power source.
Remove 2 screws (1) from fan cover.
Remove 3 screws (4) from evaporator cover.
To remove, pull evaporator cover forward and turn.
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
REPLACING ICE MAKER ASSEMBLY
5
4
2
1
5
U-LINE1001
3
1.
Unplug unit.
2.
Disconnect ice maker wire harness at plug (1).
3.
Remove control capillary tube from sensing tube on ice maker assembly (2).
4.
Remove water inlet tube.
5.
Remove front cover (3).
6.
Advance ejector blade to the 3 o’clock position by turning the 5/16" hex head on the small brass
gear counterclockwise (4).
7.
Remove three screws from wall of freezer housing (5).
8.
Remove ice maker assembly.
9.
Install new ice maker assembly.
10. Reconnect plug.
11. Insert control capillary tube into ice maker sensing tube.
12. Insert water inlet tube.
13. Apply Permagum® to all exit holes.
14. Install back panel.
15. Plug in unit and test.
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
REPLACING MOLD AND HEATER
5
1
2
2
3
4
U-LINE1002
1. Remove ice maker assembly. Refer to REPLACING ICE MAKER ASSEMBLY.
2. Remove one stripper screw (1) and stripper.
3. Remove three face plate screws (2) and face plate.
4. Remove one screw (3) and detach limit switch from mold.
5. Detach heater leads (4).
6. Remove two screws (5) and mold from support housing.
7. To assemble, replace parts in reverse order.
8. Install the ice maker assembly.
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
COMBO 2075FF WIRING DIAGRAM
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
ROCKER
SWITCH
BLACK-HOT
(SMOOTH)
GREEN
GROUND
BLACK-NEUTRAL
(RIBBED)
RED
NO NC
BLACK
FREEZER
CONTROL
RED
RED
WHITE
WATER
VALVE
WHITE
ORANGE
WHITE
WHITE
BROWN
BROWN
BLACK
BLACK
BROWN
WHITE
BIN
SW
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
ICEMAKER ASSEMBLY
ICEMAKER
CONTROL
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
C
YELLOW
BLACK
RELAY
EMBRACO
BYPASS
VALVE
COMPRESSOR
BLACK
WHITE
WATER
SW
CAM
BLACK
DOOR
LAMP
SWITCH
L
A
M
P
NC NO
HOLD
NO SW
NC
ORANGE
CAPACITOR
BLACK
BROWN
C
5 PIN CONNECTOR
OVERLOAD
BLACK
C
WHITE
3 RPM
MOTOR
ORANGE
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
MOLD HEATER
PURPLE
DEFROST
HEATER
EVAP
FAN
WHITE
2 1 4
3
PURPLE
TIMER
BLACK
COND
FAN
LIMIT
SW
BLACK
BROWN
WHITE
BLACK
PURPLE
BLUE
BLUE
U-LINE42130
U-CO29FF WIRING DIAGRAM
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
ROCKER
SWITCH
BLACK-HOT
(SMOOTH)
GREEN
GROUND
BLACK-NEUTRAL
(RIBBED)
RED
NO NC
BLACK
YELLOW
FREEZER
CONTROL
BLUE
WHITE
WATER
VALVE
BIN
SW
YELLOW
RED
WHITE
ICEMAKER ASSEMBLY
ICEMAKER
CONTROL
RED
ORANGE
WHITE
WHITE
BROWN
BROWN
BLACK
BLACK
OVERLOAD
BLACK
BROWN
C
5 PIN CONNECTOR
BROWN
C
WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
NC NO
HOLD
NO SW
NC
CAM
WATER
SW
C
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
YELLOW
BLACK
BYPASS
VALVE
EMBRACO
COMPRESSOR
BLACK
WHITE
ORANGE
CAPACITOR
RELAY
3 RPM
MOTOR
BLACK
BLACK
ORANGE
BLACK
MOLD HEATER
PURPLE
DEFROST
HEATER
EVAP
FAN
WHITE
2 1 4
TIMER
BLACK
COND
FAN
3
WHITE
BLACK
PURPLE
LIMIT
SW
BLACK
BROWN
PURPLE
BLUE
BLUE
U-LINE42180
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
2075RF WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK-HOT
(SMOOTH)
BLACK
GREEN
GROUND
BLACK-NEUTRAL
(RIBBED)
WHITE
TEMP
CONTROL
WHITE
OVERLOAD
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
BROWN
WHITE
DOOR
LAMP
SWITCH
L
A
M
P
BLACK
BLUE
RELAY
EMBRACO
COMPRESSOR
BYPASS
VALVE
BLACK
PURPLE
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
BROWN
DEFROST
HEATER
CAPACITOR
WHITE
EVAP
FAN
2 1 4
COND
FAN
3
BLACK
TIMER
PURPLE
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
U-LINE42098
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NOTES
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
COMBO 2075FF (1 OF 2)
1
2
3
4
5, 6
7
8
36
35
34
33
30
31
32
29
28
27
11, 12
25, 26
9
10
14 16
13 15
17
18
24
19
23
20
22
21
U-LINE1006
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CO2075FF (1 OF 2)
For Item #2, see Model 402-CO2075FF Ice Maker (pages 30-31) for separate breakdown.
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
Description
Ice Bin Door Hinge
Ice Maker Assembly
Bin Door Assembly
Ice Maker Housing
Lamp Bulb
Lens Cover
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Glass Shelf
Leveling Leg (4)
Grille
Control - Refrigerator
Control Knob
Door Switch
Defrost Timer
Control CO2075FF IM
On-Off Switch
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Door Switch Bracket
Door Gasket
Door Shelf
Door Assembly
Door Handle Top
Door Handle Bottom
Threaded Hole Plug
Crisper
Crisper Shelf
Ice Bucket
Drain Pan Heater
Evaporator Cover
Evaporator Fan Motor
Evaporator Fan Cover
Evaporator Assembly
Evaporator Fan Blade
White
31463
402-CO2075FF
11957-S
80-35002-S
31317
11859
11898-S-KIT
31696
41319
11902-KIT-01
2897
42090-KIT
1916
68000
2792
2053
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-KIT
42096
11973
12094-03
31686
80-17002-02
11926-4-KIT
11927-4-KIT
31723-WHT
31685
31689
31687
42134
11955
5434
11952
2334-FFS
31656
Black
31463
402-CO2075FF
11957-S
80-35002-S
31317
11859
11898-S-BLK
31696
41319
11902-BLK-01
2897
42090-BLK
1916
68000
2792
2053
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-BLK
42096
11973
12094-01
31686
80-17002-01
11926-4-BLK
11927-4-BLK
31723-BLK
31685
31689
31687
42134
11955
5434
11952
2334-FFS
31656
Stainless Steel
31463
402-CO2075FF
11957-S
80-35002-S
31317
11859
11898-S-SS
31696
41319
11902-BLK-01
2897
42090-BLK
1916
68000
2792
2053
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-SS
42096
11973
12094-02
31686
See Parts Not Shown
N/A
11927-4-BLK
41156
31685
31689
31687
42134
11955
5434
11952
2334-FFS
31656
White
Black
Stainless Steel
N/A
N/A
80-17002-03
N/A
N/A
80-17002-13
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11926-7-BLK
11949
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Left Hand Hinge
Door Handle Top Modified
Door Handle
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COMBO 2075FF (2 OF 2)
Alternate Parts for 2003 Design
1
4
17
16
15
2
3
14
1
2
3
5
13
4
12
6
10
7
8
9
11
U-LINE1007
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COMBO 2075FF (2 OF 2)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Description
Back Panel
Condenser Fan Blade
Condenser Assembly
Condenser Fan Motor
Drain Pan
Water Valve
Plastic Nut & Sleeve Assembly
Water Line Assembly
Water Line Connection
Power Cord
Bypass Valve Assembly
Bypass Valve Solenoid Only
Dryer
Compressor Assembly
Capacitor
Relay
Overload
White
11969
5188
2303-FFS
5263
31550-1-F
2552A
41254
404FF
41826
2344-2
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
Black
11969
5188
2303-FFS
5263
31550-1-F
2552A
41254
404FF
41826
2344-2
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
Stainless Steel
11969
5188
2303-FFS
5263
31550-1-F
2552A
41254
404FF
41826
2344-2
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
White
80-35002-S
26011
11959-S
2889
Black
80-35002-S
26011
11959-S
2889
Stainless Steel
80-35002-S
26011
11959-S
2889-2
Alternate Parts for 2003 Design
Item
1
2
3
4
Description
Icemaker Housing
Ice Bucket
Freezer Door
Power Cord
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 402-CO2075FF
Note: This ice maker is used only on CO2075FF.
20
15
33
18
32
19
27
31
13
9
3
1
12
16
6
23
25
2
17
21
28
30
29
14
7
22
24
10
26
4
11
5
8
21
402ICEMAKER.2
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
MODEL 402-CO2075FF
Note: This ice maker is used only on CO2075FF.
Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. U-Line ice maker parts are not the same as
standard FSP Whirlpool parts. Using non-U-Line parts can reduce ice production rate, cause
water to overflow from ice maker mold, damage the unit, and may void the warranty.
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Description
Ice Maker Assembly
Faceplate Assembly
Cover
Gear
Motor
Spring
Valve Switch Plate
Switch Spacer
Cam
Insulator
Hold Switch
Wire Harness
Valve Switch
Support Housing
Bin Arm
Bin Arm Spring
Ejector
Mold Heater
Item
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Part No.
402-CO2075FF
150
627000
628210*
627973*
627163*
625836*
625834*
627302*
627680*
2506*
2361**
2506*
625827
2886
627526
627375
625843-S
Description
Stripper
Stripper Screw
Mold & Heater Assembly
Water Cup
Spring & Housing Screw
Gear Screw
Face Plate
Plate Screw
Long SW Screw
Short SW Screw
Bin SW Screw
Clamp
Arm Lever
Arm Lever Screw
Motor Screw
Bin Switch
Support Bracket
Part No.
31400
489128
628123-S-E75
544304
488372*
488957*
11641*
41375
488361*
488362*
488360
625829
625830
627199
488622*
2506*
42166
* Parts included in the 150 faceplate assembly.
** Includes the limit switch.
U-Line will not pay warranty claims for the replacement of a complete ice maker assembly. Complete ice
maker assembly replacement is not necessary. All ice maker parts are available as replacement parts and
are stocked in our inventory.
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MODEL U-CO29FF – 2002 DESIGN (1 OF 2)
4
3
5
2
7
8
23
24
6
1
25
26
22
21
27
15
17
16
14
12
18
10
11
19
20
COMBO29FFe
38
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
MODEL U-CO29FF – 2002 DESIGN (1 OF 2)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Description
Ice Maker Assembly
Ice Bin Door Hinge
Ice Bin Door
Shelf Trim Strip
Shelf Retainer Rivet
Glass Shelf
Hinge Top
Pivot Screw Top
Door Assembly
Hinge Bottom
Pivot Screw Bottom
Control Knob
Switch On-Off
Control - Refrigerator
Grille
Cabinet Foot
Handle
Door Shelf Retainer
Door Gasket
Drain Pan Heater
Evaporator and Heat Exchanger
Evaporator Cover
Evaporator Fan Motor
Evaporator Fan Blade
Evaporator Fan Cover
Bucket
White
402-CO29FF
31463
11957-S
31443-6
41824
31425-03
11697-ST-KIT
41785-SSW
80-17014-02
11695-S-KIT
41747-SSW
42067
2053
2885
11663-KIT
41125
31489-3-KIT
31521-2
31493-3-WHT
42134
2334-FFS
11955
5434
31656
11952
31687
* Please indicate color.
39
Black
402-CO29FF
31463
11957-S
31443-6
41824
31425-03
11697-ST-BLK
41785-SSB
80-17014-01
11695-S-BLK
41747-SSB
42067
2053
2885
11663-BLK
41125
31489-3-BLK
31521-2
31493-3-GRY
42134
2334-FFS
11955
5434
31656
11952
31687
Stainless Steel
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL U-CO29FF – 2002 DESIGN (2 OF 2)
10
12
6
13
17
11
16
1
7
8
9
15
14
2
4
3
5
19
18
Alternate Parts for 2003 Design
1
4
2
3
CO29F_2002FFf
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
MODEL U-CO29FF – 2002 DESIGN (2 OF 2)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Description
Back Panel
Fan Blade
Condenser
Fan Motor
Drain Pan
Water Valve
Plastic Nut and Sleeve Assembly
Water Line Assembly
Water Line Connection
Power Cord
Bypass Valve Assembly
Bypass Valve - Solenoid Only
Dryer
Compressor
Capacitor
Relay
Overload
Control - Ice Maker
Defrost Timer
White
11545-1
5428
2303-FFS
5300
31550-1-F
2552A
41254
404FF
41826
2370
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
2792
6800
Black
11545-1
5428
2303-FFS
5300
31550-1-F
2552A
41254
404FF
41826
2370
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
2792
6800
Stainless Steel
White
80-35003-S
26011
11959-S
2902
Black
80-35003-S
26011
11959-S
2902
Stainless Steel
Alternate Parts for 2003 Design
Item
1
2
3
4
Description
Icemaker Housing
Ice Bucket
Freezer Door
Power Cord
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL U-CO29FF & ICEMAKER
Note: This ice maker is used only on Combo U-CO29F.
20
15
33
18
32
19
27
31
13
9
3
1
12
16
6
23
25
2
17
21
28
30
29
14
7
22
24
10
26
4
11
5
8
21
CO29FICEMAKER
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 402-CO29FF
Note: This ice maker is used only on Combo U-CO29FF.
Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. U-Line ice maker parts are not the same as
standard FSP Whirlpool parts. Using non-U-Line parts can reduce ice rate, cause water to
overflow from ice maker mold, damage the unit, and may void the warranty.
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Description
Ice Maker Assembly
Faceplate Assembly
Cover
Gear
Motor
Spring
Valve Switch Plate
Switch Spacer
Cam
Insulator
Hold Switch
Wire Harness
Valve Switch
Support Housing
Bin Arm
Bin Arm Spring
Ejector
Mold Heater
Item
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
Part No.
402-CO29FF
150
627000
628210*
627973*
627163*
625836*
625834*
627302*
627680*
2506*
2361**
2506*
625827
2886
627526
627375
625843-S
Description
Stripper
Stripper Screw
Mold & Heater Assembly
Water Cup
Spring & Housing Screw
Gear Screw
Face Plate
Plate Screw
Long SW Screw
Short SW Screw
Bin SW Screw
Clamp
Arm Lever
Arm Lever Screw
Motor Screw
Bin Switch
Support Bracket
Part No.
31400
489128
628123-S-E29
544304
488372*
488957*
11641*
41375
488361*
488362*
488360
625829
625830
627199
488622*
2506*
42166
* Parts included in the 150 faceplate assembly.
** Includes the limit switch.
U-Line will not pay warranty claims for the replacement of a complete ice maker assembly. Complete ice
maker assembly replacement is not necessary. All ice maker parts are available as replacement parts and
are stocked in our inventory.
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CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 2075RF (1 OF 2)
2, 3
1
4
31
29
28
32
30
6
5
25
26
27
24
23
22
20, 21
7, 8
9
10
11
12
13
19
14
18
15
17
16
U-LINE1008
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
MODEL 2075RF (1 OF 2)
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
Description
Freezer Shelf
Lamp Bulb
Lens Cover
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Freezer Door Assembly
Glass Shelf (2)
Control
Control Knob
Door Switch
Grille
Defrost Timer
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Door Switch Bracket
Door Gasket
Door Shelf
Door Assembly
Door Handle Top
Door Handle Bottom
Leveling Leg (4)
Threaded Hole Plug
Crisper
Crisper Shelf
Evaporator Cover
Drain Pan Heater
Evaporator Fan Cover
Evaporator Assembly
Evaporator Fan Motor
Evaporator Fan Blade
Freezer Housing
White
2348
31317
11859
11898-S-KIT
11959-S
31696
2885
42090-KIT
1916
11902-KIT-01
68000
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-KIT
42096
11973
12094-03
31686
80-17002-02
11926-4-KIT
11927-4-KIT
41319
31723-WHT
31685
31689
11955
42134
11952
2334-FFS
5434
31656
80-35001-S
Black
2348
31317
11859
11898-S-BLK
11959-S
31696
2885
42090-BLK
1916
11902-BLK-01
68000
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-BLK
42096
11973
12094-01
31686
80-17002-01
11926-4-BLK
11927-4-BLK
41319
31723-BLK
31685
31689
11955
42134
11952
2334-FFS
5434
31656
80-35001-S
Stainless Steel
2348
31317
11859
11898-S-SS
11959-S
31696
2885
42090-BLK
1916
11902-BLK-01
68000
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-SS
42096
11973
12094-02
31686
See Parts Not Shown
N/A
11927-4-BLK
41319
41156
31685
31689
11955
42134
11952
2334-FFS
5434
31656
80-35001-S
White
Black
Stainless Steel
N/A
N/A
80-17002-03
N/A
N/A
80-17002-13
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11926-7-BLK
11949
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Left Hand Hinge
Door Handle Top Modified
Door Handle
45
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 2075RF (2 OF 2)
13
12
11
10
1
2
3
5
9
4
8
6
7
U-LINE1009
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
MODEL 2075RF (2 OF 2)
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Description
Back Panel
Condenser Fan Blade
Condenser Assembly
Condenser Fan Motor
Drain Pan
Power Cord
Bypass Valve Assembly
Bypass Valve Solenoid Only
Dryer
Compressor Assembly
Capacitor
Relay
Overload
White
11969
5188
2303-FFS
5263
31550-1-F
2901
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
Black
11969
5188
2303-FFS
5263
31550-1-F
2901
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFSS
5437
5436
5435
47
Stainless Steel
11969
5188
2303-FFS
5263
31550-1-F
2901-2
2749-S
73001-S
2692
5408-FFS
5437
5436
5435
CO2075FF/2075RF & U-CO29FF MODELS
NOTES
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Design ■ Features ■ Performance
2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
COMPRESSOR/ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
EMI30HER
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
C
STARTING RELAY
S
R
RELAY COVER
UL183-3
COMPRESSOR PINS
To measure start winding resistance, measure across the C-S pins.
To measure run winding resistance, measure across the C-R pins. Ensure that pins C and R are not shorted
to ground.
Specifications
EMI30HER Start Winding Resistance:
EMI30HER Run Winding Resistance:
28 OHMS
8 OHMS
49
2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
Normal Vapor/Compression Cycle Refrigeration
•
Refrigerant is pumped from the compressor to the condenser as a high pressure, high temperature
vapor.
•
As the refrigerant cools in the high pressure condenser, the vapor condenses to liquid. During this
phase change, a great amount of heat is rejected with the help of the condenser fan.
•
The liquid then flows to the dryer where it is strained and filtered.
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER
DRYER
EVAPORATOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
UL183-1
•
From the dryer, the refrigerant flows through the capillary tube which meters the liquid refrigerant to
the evaporator. The pressure of the refrigerant is reduced to the evaporating or low side pressure.
•
The reduction of pressure on the liquid refrigerant causes it to boil or vaporize until it reaches saturation temperature. As the low temperature refrigerant passes through the evaporator coil, it continues to
absorb a lot of heat, causing the boiling action to continue until the refrigerant is completely vaporized. It is during this phase change that the most heat is absorbed (the cooling takes place) in the refrigerator.
•
The refrigerant vapor leaving the evaporator travels through the suction line to the compressor inlet.
The compressor takes the low pressure vapor and compresses it, increasing both pressure and temperature. The hot high pressure gas is pumped out the discharge line and into the condenser. The cycle
continues.
50
System
Condition
Suction
Pressure
Normal
Normal
Overcharge
Higher than
normal
Undercharge
Suction
Line
Condenser
Capillary
Tube
Evaporator
Wattage
Very hot
Very hot
Warm
Cold
Normal
Very cold
may frost
heavily
Slightly warm
to hot
Hot to warm
Cool
Cold
Higher than
normal
Lower than
normal
Warm - near
room
temperature
Hot
Warm
Warm
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
Lower than
normal
Partial
Restriction
Somewhat
lower than
normal-in
vacuum
Warm - near
room
temperature
Very hot
Top passes
warm lower passes
cool
(near room
temperature)
due to liquid
Room
temperature
(cool) or
colder
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
backing up
Lower than
normal
Complete
Restriction
In deep
vacuum
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
No
Gas
0 PSIG
to
25"
Room
temperature
(cool)
Cool
to
hot
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
Slightly below
room
temperature
51
2075R/2015R MODELS
Compressor
Discharge
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
2075R/2015R MODELS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
! DANGER !
DO NOT service the unit until the main electrical power has
been disconnected.
1. Not refrigerating (compressor and
fan are operating)
Remedy
Cause
a. Check for sealed system leak or restriction.
a. Little or no frost pattern on evaporator.
2. Not refrigerating (compressor not operating fan operating)
Remedy
Cause
a. Replace relay.
a. Relay defective.
b. Replace overload.
b. Overload defective (open).
c. Replace compressor.
c. Compressor defective.
3. Not refrigerating (compressor and fan not
operating)
Remedy
Cause
a. Replace control.
a. Control defective (open).
b. Repair or replace wiring.
b. Broken wire in compressor circuit.
c. Plug in power cord.
c. Power cord not plugged in.
d. Rotate control knob clockwise.
d. Control in off position.
4. Compressor overheating
Remedy
Cause
a. Remove restriction (clean condenser and grille).
a. Condenser air flow restricted.
b. Remove blade restriction.
b. Condenser fan blade obstructed.
c. Replace fan motor.
c. Condenser fan motor stalled.
d. Replace compressor.
d. Defective compressor.
5. Compressor will not stop operating
Remedy
Cause
a. Adjust control warmer (counterclockwise).
a. Control set too cold.
b. Replace control.
b. Control defective (contacts will not open).
c. Control sensing bulb not sensing evaporator plate. c. Clamp bulb completely against bottom of plate,
routing bulb away from compressor discharge tube.
6. Water leak (inside unit)
Remedy
Cause
a. Remove obstruction.
a. Defrost drain plugged.
7. Excessive frost build-up
Remedy
Cause
a. Adjust door hinges or replace door gasket.
a. Door gasket not sealing properly.
b. Align fill door hinges.
b. Door out of alignment.
c. Replace foamed cabinet assembly (factory repair
c. Water soaked cabinet insulation.
only).
d. Repair light bracket.
d. Light stays on when door is closed.
8. Noisy
Remedy
Cause
a. Carefully adjust tubing.
a. Copper refrigeration tube touching cabinet.
b. Adjust fan mounting or shroud.
b. Fan blade touching shroud.
c. Remove obstruction.
c. Fan blade obstruction (wiring, foam
insulation, packaging material).
9. Fresh food temperature too cold
Remedy
Cause
a. Adjust control to warmer setting (counterclockwise).
a. Temperature control set too cold.
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2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
2075R/2015R WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK
BLACK
CONTROL
BLACK
DOOR
LAMP
SWITCH
FAN
L
A
M
P
OVERLOAD
BLUE
WHITE
GREEN
GROUND
RELAY
WHITE
COMPRESSOR
WHITE
GREEN
GROUND
EMBRACO
2015R
ONLY
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
BLACK-NEUTRAL
(RIBBED)
BLACK-HOT
SMOOTH
U-LINE42113
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2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 2075R
2, 3
1
4
5, 6
35
7
8
33, 34
32
31
30
29
28
27
9
24
11
25, 26
12
10
13
14
15
16
23
17
20
22
21
19
18
U-LINE1010
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2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 2075R
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
Description
Evaporator Assembly
Lamp Bulb
Light Cover
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Door Handle Top
Door Handle Bottom
Door Shelf
Door Assembly
Door Gasket
Door Switch Bracket
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Back Panel
Power Cord
Fan Blade
Drain Pan
Fan Motor
Dryer
Relay
Overload
Compressor Assembly
Door Switch
Control
Control Knob
Grille
Crisper
Condenser Assembly
Leveling Leg (4)
Threaded Hole Plug
Crisper Shelf
Drain Trough
Drain Cup
Glass Shelf (2)
White
2333-S
31317
11859
11898-S-KIT
11926-4-KIT
11927-4-KIT
31686
80-17002-02
12094-03
11973
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-KIT
42096
11969
2899
5188
31550-1-F
5263
2694
5412
5411
5400-S
1916
2923
42090-KIT
11902-KIT-01
31685
2303-S
41319
31723-WHT
31689
31391-3
11508
31688
Black
2333-S
31317
11859
11898-S-BLK
11926-4-BLK
11927-4-BLK
31686
80-17002-01
12094-01
11973
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-BLK
42096
11969
2899
5188
31550-1-F
5263
2694
5412
5411
5400-S
1916
2923
42090-BLK
11902-BLK-01
31685
2303-S
41319
31723-BLK
31689
31391-3
11508
31688
Stainless Steel
2333-S
31317
11859
11898-S-SS
N/A
11927-4-BLK
31686
See Parts Not Shown
12094-02
11973
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-SS
42096
11969
2899-2
5188
31550-1-F
5263
2694
5412
5411
5400-S
1916
2923
42090-BLK
11902-BLK-01
31685
2303-S
41319
41156
31689
31391-3
11508
31688
White
Black
Stainless Steel
N/A
N/A
80-17002-03
N/A
N/A
80-17002-13
N/A
N/A
80-17012-02
N/A
N/A
80-17012-01
11927-7-BLK
11949
N/A
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Left Hand Hinge
Door Handle Top Modified
Door Handle
Door with Lock
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2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 2015R
2, 3
5, 6
4
1
34
7
8
9
32,33
31
30
10
29
28
25
26, 27
11
24
12
13
14
23
22
21
15
20
19
16
18
17
U-LINE1011
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2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
MODEL 2015R
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
Description
Evaporator Assembly
Lamp Bulb
Light Cover
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Door Handle Top
Door Handle Bottom
Door Shelf
Door Gasket
Door Assembly
Door Switch Bracket
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Relay
Overload
Dryer
Fan Motor
Drain Pan
Fan Blade
Compressor Assembly
Power Cord
Back Panel
Condenser Assembly*
Door Switch
Control
Control Knob
Grille
Leveling Leg
Threaded Hole Plug
Crisper Shelf
Drain Cup
Drain Trough
Glass Shelf
White
2878-01-S
31317
11859
11898-S-KIT
11926-6-KIT
11927-6-KIT
31690
31493-8-WHT
80-17001-02
11973
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-KIT
42096
5412
5411
2694
5263
31385
5188
5400-S
2375
11964
2303-02-S
1916
2766-1
42090-KIT
11942-KIT-01
41319
31723-WHT
31703
11508
31391-4
31704
Black
2878-01-S
31317
11859
11898-S-BLK
11926-6-BLK
11927-6-BLK
31690
31493-8-BLK
80-17001-01
11973
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-BLK
42096
5412
5411
2694
5263
31385
5188
5400-S
2375
11964
2303-02-S
1916
2766-1
42090-BLK
11942-BLK-01
41319
31723-BLK
31703
11508
31391-4
31704
Stainless Steel
2878-01-S
31317
11859
11898-S-SS
N/A
11927-6-BLK
31690
31493-8-GRY
See Parts Not Shown
11973
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-SS
42096
5412
5411
2694
5263
31385
5188
5400-S
2375-2
11964
2303-02-S
1916
2766-1
42090-BLK
11942-BLK-01
41319
41156
31703
11508
31391-4
31704
White
Black
Stainless Steel
N/A
N/A
80-17001-03
N/A
N/A
80-17001-13
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11926-8-BLK
11949
*Alternate Condenser Assembly 2223-S
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Left Hand Hinge
Door Handle Top Modified
Door Handle
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2075R/2015R MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
NOTES
58
2075WC/2015WC MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
COMPRESSOR/ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
EMI30HER
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
C
STARTING RELAY
S
R
RELAY COVER
UL183-3
COMPRESSOR PINS
To measure start winding resistance, measure across the C-S pins.
To measure run winding resistance, measure across the C-R pins. Ensure that pins C and R are not shorted
to ground.
Specifications
EMI30HER Start Winding Resistance:
EMI30HER Run Winding Resistance:
28 OHMS
8 OHMS
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2075WC/2015WC MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
Normal Vapor/Compression Cycle Refrigeration
•
Refrigerant is pumped from the compressor to the condenser as a high pressure, high temperature
vapor.
•
As the refrigerant cools in the high pressure condenser, the vapor condenses to liquid. During this
phase change, a great amount of heat is rejected with the help of the condenser fan.
•
The liquid then flows to the dryer where it is strained and filtered.
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER
DRYER
EVAPORATOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
UL183-1
•
From the dryer, the refrigerant flows through the capillary tube which meters the liquid refrigerant to
the evaporator. The pressure of the refrigerant is reduced to the evaporating or low side pressure.
•
The reduction of pressure on the liquid refrigerant causes it to boil or vaporize until it reaches saturation temperature. As the low temperature refrigerant passes through the evaporator coil, it continues to
absorb a lot of heat, causing the boiling action to continue until the refrigerant is completely vaporized. It is during this phase change that the most heat is absorbed (the cooling takes place) in the refrigerator.
•
The refrigerant vapor leaving the evaporator travels through the suction line to the compressor inlet.
The compressor takes the low pressure vapor and compresses it, increasing both pressure and temperature. The hot high pressure gas is pumped out the discharge line and into the condenser. The cycle
continues.
60
Suction
Line
Compressor
Discharge
Condenser
Capillary
Tube
Evaporator
Wattage
Normal
Normal
Slightly below
room
temperature
Very hot
Very hot
Warm
Cold
Normal
Overcharge
Higher than
normal
Very cold
may frost
heavily
Slightly warm
to hot
Hot to warm
Cool
Cold
Higher than
normal
Undercharge
Lower than
normal
Warm - near
room
temperature
Hot
Warm
Warm
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
Lower than
normal
Partial
Restriction
Somewhat
lower than
normal-in
vacuum
Warm - near
room
temperature
Very hot
Top passes
warm lower passes
cool
(near room
temperature)
due to liquid
Room
temperature
(cool) or
colder
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
backing up
Lower than
normal
Complete
Restriction
In deep
vacuum
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
No
Gas
0 PSIG
to
25"
Room
temperature
(cool)
Cool
to
hot
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
2075WC/2015WC MODELS
Suction
Pressure
61
System
Condition
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
2075WC/2015WC MODELS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
! DANGER !
DO NOT service the unit until the main electrical power has
been disconnected.
1. Not refrigerating (compressor and
fan are operating)
Cause
Remedy
a. Little or no frost pattern on evaporator.
a. Check for sealed system leak or restriction.
2. Not refrigerating (compressor not operating fan operating)
Cause
Remedy
a. Relay defective.
a. Replace relay.
b. Overload defective (open).
b. Replace overload.
c. Compressor defective.
c. Replace compressor.
3. Not refrigerating (compressor and fan not
operating)
Cause
Remedy
a. Control defective (open).
a. Replace control.
b. Broken wire in compressor circuit.
b. Repair or replace wiring.
c. Power cord not plugged in.
c. Plug in power cord.
d. Control in off position.
d. Rotate control knob clockwise.
4. Compressor overheating
Cause
Remedy
a. Condenser air flow restricted.
a. Remove restriction (clean condenser and grille).
b. Condenser fan blade obstructed.
b. Remove blade restriction.
c. Condenser fan motor stalled.
c. Replace fan motor.
d. Defective compressor.
d. Replace compressor.
5. Compressor will not stop operating
Cause
Remedy
a. Control set too cold.
a. Adjust control warmer (counterclockwise).
b. Control defective (contacts will not open).
b. Replace control.
c. Control sensing bulb not sensing evaporator
c. Clamp bulb completely against bottom of
plate.
plate, routing bulb away from compressor
discharge tube.
6. Water leak (inside unit)
Cause
Remedy
a. Defrost drain plugged.
a. Remove obstruction.
7. Excessive frost build-up
Cause
Remedy
a. Door gasket not sealing properly.
a. Adjust door hinges or replace door gasket.
b. Door out of alignment.
b. Align fill door hinges.
c. Water soaked cabinet insulation.
c. Replace foamed cabinet assembly (factory
repair only).
d. Light stays on when door is closed.
d. Repair light bracket.
8. Noisy
Cause
Remedy
a. Copper refrigeration tube touching cabinet.
a. Carefully adjust tubing.
b. Fan blade touching shroud.
b. Adjust fan mounting or shroud.
c. Fan blade obstruction (wiring, foam insulation,
c. Remove obstruction.
packaging material).
9. Fresh food temperature too cold
Cause
Remedy
a. Temperature control set too cold.
a. Adjust control to warmer setting
(counterclockwise).
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2075WC/2015WC MODELS
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
2075WC/2015WC WIRING DIAGRAM
CONTROL
BLACK
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
DOOR
LAMP
SWITCH
L
A
M
P
FAN
OVERLOAD
BLUE
BLACK
WHITE
GREEN
GROUND
WHITE
EMBRACO
RELAY
2015WC
ONLY
COMPRESSOR
ROCKER
SWITCH
BLACK
WHITE
GREEN
GROUND
BLACK-NEUTRAL
(RIBBED)
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
BLACK-HOT
(SMOOTH)
U-LINE42110
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MODEL 2075WC
1, 2
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31, 32
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MODEL 2075WC
Item
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31
32
33
34
Description
Lamp Bulb
Light Cover
Wine Rack Assembly
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Door Handle Top
Door Assembly
Door Gasket
Door Switch Bracket
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Back Panel
Power Cord
Condenser Fan Blade
Condenser Fan Motor
Dryer
Compressor
Drain Pan
Relay
Overload
Lamp On-Off Switch
Door Switch
Control
Control Knob
Condenser Assembly
Grille
Leg Levelers (4)
Threaded Hole Plug
Bottom Wine Rack Assembly
Drain Cup
Drain Trough
Wood Fronts
Evaporator Assembly
White
31317
11859
2346-S
11995-S-KIT
11993-4-KIT
80-17004-02
12094-03
11973
11994-KIT
31673-S
11996-S-KIT
42096
11969
2900
5188
5263
2694
5400-S
31550-1-F
5412
5411
2053
1916
2767-1
42090-WHT
2303-S
11902-KIT
41319
31723-WHT
2347-S
11508
31391-3
39002
2186-S
Black
31317
11859
2346-S
11995-S-BLK
11993-4-BLK
80-17004-01
12094-01
11973
11994-BLK
31673-S
11996-S-BLK
42096
11969
2900
5188
5263
2694
5400-S
31550-1-F
5412
5411
2053
1916
2767-1
42090-BLK
2303-S
11902-BLK
41319
31723-BLK
2347-S
11508
31391-3
39002
2186-S
Stainless Steel
31317
11859
2346-S
11995-S-SS
N/A
See Parts Not Shown
12094-02
11973
11994-BLK
31673-S
11996-S-SS
42096
11969
2900
5188
5263
2694
5400-S
31550-1-F
5412
5411
2053
1916
2767-1
42090-BLK
2303-S
11902-BLK
41319
41156
2347-S
11508
31391-3
39002
2186-S
White
N/A
40-31735
Black
N/A
40-31735
Stainless Steel
11993-7-BLK
40-31735
N/A
N/A
80-17004-03
N/A
N/A
80-17020-1S
N/A
N/A
80-17020-1S
80-17004-13
11949
N/A
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Handle Top Modified
Anti-Tip Mounting Bracket Kit
Door Assembly Stainless SteelRight Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless SteelLeft Hand Hinge
Door Handle
Full Overlay Door Assembly
220 Volt Part Numbers
Item
1
16
18
Description
Lamp Bulb
Condenser Fan Motor
Compressor
Part No.
31318
5195
5403-S
Item Description
20 Relay
21 Overload
65
Part No.
5418
5417
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MODEL 2015WC
3
1, 2
5
4
6
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33
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31, 32
30
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28
27
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24
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MODEL 2015WC
Item
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25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Description
Lamp Bulb
Light Cover
Wine Rack Assembly
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Door Handle Top
Door Gasket
Door Assembly
Door Switch Bracket
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Back Panel
Power Cord
Dryer
Compressor Assembly
Condenser Fan Motor
Drain Pan
Condenser Fan Blade
Relay
Overload
Lamp On-Off Switch
Condenser Assembly*
Door Switch
Control
Control Knob
Grille
Leveling Leg (4)
Threaded Hole Plug
Bottom Rack Assembly
Drain Cup
Drain Trough
Evaporator Assembly
Wood Front
White
31317
11859
2350-S
11995-S-KIT
11993-6-KIT
31493-8-WHT
80-17003-02
11973
11994-KIT
31673-S
11996-S-KIT
42096
11964-01
2376
2694
5400-S
5263
31385
5188
5412
5411
2053
2303-02-S
1916
2767-1
42090-WHT
11942-KIT-01
41319
31723-WHT
2351-S
11508
31391-4
2649-S
11989
Black
31317
11859
2350-S
11995-S-BLK
11993-6-BLK
31493-8-BLK
80-17003-01
11973
11994-BLK
31673-S
11996-S-BLK
42096
11964-01
2376
2694
5400-S
5263
31385
5188
5412
5411
2053
2303-02-S
1916
2767-1
42090-BLK
11942-BLK-01
41319
31723-BLK
2351-S
11508
31391-4
2649-S
11989
Stainless Steel
31317
11859
2350-S
11995-S-SS
N/A
31493-8-GRY
See Parts Not Shown
11973
11994-BLK
31673-S
11996-S-SS
42096
11964-01
2376
2694
5400-S
5263
31385
5188
5412
5411
2053
2303-02-S
1916
2767-1
42090-BLK
11942-BLK-01
41319
41156
2351-S
11508
31391-4
2649-S
11989
White
N/A
Black
N/A
Stainless Steel
11993-8-BLK
N/A
N/A
80-17003-03
N/A
40-31735
N/A
80-17020-2S
N/A
40-31735
N/A
80-17020-2S
80-17003-13
40-31735
11949
N/A
*Alternate Condenser Assembly 2223-S
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Handle Top Modified
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Steel Left Hand Hinge
Anti-Tip Mounting Bracket Kit
Door Handle
Full Overlay Door Assembly
220 Volt Part Numbers
Item
1
16
17
Description
Lamp Bulb
Compressor Assembly
Condenser Fan Motor
Part No.
31318
5403-S
5195
Item Description
20 Relay
21 Overload
67
Part No.
5418
5417
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NOTES
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COMPRESSOR/ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
EMI50HER
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
C
STARTING RELAY
S
R
RELAY COVER
UL183-3A
COMPRESSOR PINS
To measure start winding resistance, measure across the C-S pins.
To measure run winding resistance, measure across the C-R pins. Ensure that pins C and R are not shorted
to ground.
Specifications
EMI50HER Start Winding Resistance:
EMI50HER Run Winding Resistance:
12 OHMS
4 OHMS
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL SPECIFICATIONS - DOUBLE
THROW ICE MAKER THERMOSTAT
These temperature controls use double throw, single pole relays. The sensing tube is inserted into the ice
maker mold and senses mold temperature. After ice is sensed in the mold, the contacts at pins 2 and 3
open (stopping the compressor and condenser fan motor) and the contacts at pins 2 and 1 close (starting
the ice maker motor). The 2-3 contacts change state before the end of the ice harvest cycle. This prepares
the control for the next cycle.
The compressor motor and the ice maker motor CANNOT operate at the same time because of the relay
contact configuration.
RED WIRE
CONNECTION
YELLOW WIRE
CONNECTION
1
2
3
ICE MAKER CONTROL
BLUE/BLACK WIRE
CONNECTION
183-8
1
2
1
2
3
3
FREEZE POSITION
ICE HARVEST POSITION
CYCLE
OPEN
CIRCUIT
CLOSED
CIRCUIT
FREEZE
2-1
2-3
HARVEST
2-3
2-1
183-9
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LIMIT SWITCH SPECIFICATIONS
The Limit Switch is a component of the ice maker wiring harness.
3.00
28.12
UL-LINE1003
Normally Closed Bi-metal Switch
Open Temperature: 104 Degrees F
Close Temperature: 83 Degrees F
The function of this switch is to open in the event of an overheating condition. This bi-metal thermostat
uses a set of normally closed contacts and does not initiate the ice harvest cycle. The ice harvest cycle is
initiated by a single pole, double throw control located outside the ice maker assembly.
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REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
Normal Vapor/Compression Cycle Refrigeration
•
Refrigerant is pumped from the compressor to the condenser as a high pressure, high temperature
vapor.
•
As the refrigerant cools in the high pressure condenser, the vapor condenses to liquid. During this
phase change, a great amount of heat is rejected with the help of the condenser fan.
•
The liquid then flows to the dryer where it is strained and filtered.
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER
DRYER
EVAPORATOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
UL183-1
•
From the dryer, the refrigerant flows through the capillary tube which meters the liquid refrigerant to
the evaporator. The pressure of the refrigerant is reduced to the evaporating or low side pressure.
•
The reduction of pressure on the liquid refrigerant causes it to boil or vaporize until it reaches saturation temperature. As the low temperature refrigerant passes through the evaporator coil, it continues to
absorb a lot of heat, causing the boiling action to continue until the refrigerant is completely vaporized. It is during this phase change that the most heat is absorbed (the cooling takes place) in the refrigerator.
•
The refrigerant vapor leaving the evaporator travels through the suction line to the compressor inlet.
The compressor takes the low pressure vapor and compresses it, increasing both pressure and temperature. The hot high pressure gas is pumped out the discharge line and into the condenser. The cycle
continues.
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Suction
Line
Compressor
Discharge
Condenser
Capillary
Tube
Evaporator
Wattage
Normal
Normal
Slightly below
room
temperature
Very hot
Very hot
Warm
Cold
Normal
Overcharge
Higher than
normal
Very cold
may frost
heavily
Slightly warm
to hot
Hot to warm
Cool
Cold
Higher than
normal
Undercharge
Lower than
normal
Warm - near
room
temperature
Hot
Warm
Warm
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
Lower than
normal
Partial
Restriction
Somewhat
lower than
normal-in
vacuum
Warm - near
room
temperature
Very hot
Top passes
warm lower passes
cool
(near room
temperature)
due to liquid
Room
temperature
(cool) or
colder
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
backing up
Lower than
normal
Complete
Restriction
In deep
vacuum
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
No
Gas
0 PSIG
to
25"
Room
temperature
(cool)
Cool
to
hot
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
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Suction
Pressure
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Condition
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REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
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ICE MAKER DIAGNOSIS FLOW CHART
DOES THE UNIT REFRIGERATE?
INT
ER
MIT
NO
TE
YES
NT
Sealed System Leak
Electrical Failure
Compressor Failure
Fan Motor Failure
Low Voltage
Voltage Drop
Wiring
DOES THE UNIT HARVEST ICE
IF THE EJECTOR BLADES ARE
MOVED BY HAND OR WITH A
WRENCH ?
NO
S
YE
Temperature Control Failure
Bin Switch Failure
Y
ER
EV
Ice Motor Failure
Hold Switch Failure
Limit Switch Failure
Binding Cam/Ejector
AT 12:00
WHERE DO THE
EJECTOR BLADES
STOP?
RE
AT
E
3
WH
:00
Mold Heater Failure
IS THERE VOLTAGE AT THE WATER
SOLENOID VALVE TERMINALS
DURING HARVEST?
YE
S
NO
Water Switch Failure
Water Solenoid Valve Failure
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ICE MAKER OPERATING CYCLES
1.
FREEZE CYCLE
A. Temperature control terminals 2 and 3 are closed.
B. Power to the compressor.
C. Power to the condenser fan.
2.
HARVEST-1 CYCLE
A. Temperature control terminals 2 and 3 are open - 2 and 1 closed.
B. No power to the compressor or condenser fan.
C. If bin arm is down, power goes through bin arm switch to ice maker motor and mold heater.
If bin arm is up, the ice maker will not harvest.
3.
HARVEST-2 CYCLE
A. Ice maker ejector blades reach approximately 2:00 position and cam
depresses the hold switch. Power goes through the hold switch to the ice
maker motor and mold heater.
B. Ejector blades stall on ice and ice maker motor pulsates until mold heater
warms and ice releases.
4.
WATER FILL CYCLE
A. Ice maker ejector blades reach approximately 10:00 position and cam
depresses the water fill switch.
B. Power to the water valve. Ice maker mold fills.
5.
EJECT CYCLE
A. Ejector blades push ice into bucket and stop at 12:00 position.
B. Temperature control terminals 2 and 3 have closed during harvest cycle.
C. Next freeze cycle begins with power to the compressor and condenser fan.
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BI•2015 CYCLE SCHEMATICS
FREEZE CYCLE
black
ON
OFF
SWITCH
black
black
FAN
MOTOR
ground
brown
COMP.
START
RELAY
black
OVER
LOAD
WATER
VALVE
black
blue
HOLD
SWITCH
LIMIT
SWITCH
NC
WATER
C
C
NO
yellow
FILL
NC
SWITCH
2
3
ICE
MAKER
MOTOR
black
black
white
TEMP.
CONTROL
red
1
NO
C
BIN
SWITCH
orange
orange
black
black
MOLD HEATER
orange
UL183-4
HARVEST-1 CYCLE
(Hold Switch In Normal Position)
black
ON
OFF
SWITCH
black
black
FAN
MOTOR
ground
brown
black
COMP.
START
RELAY
OVER
LOAD
WATER
VALVE
black
blue
HOLD
SWITCH
LIMIT
SWITCH
NC
WATER
C
black
C
NO
yellow
FILL
NC
SWITCH
2
3
black
white
ICE
MAKER
MOTOR
TEMP.
CONTROL
red
1
NO
C
BIN
SWITCH
orange
orange
black
black
MOLD HEATER
orange
UL183-5
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HARVEST-2 CYCLE
(Hold Switch In Switched Position)
black
ON
OFF
SWITCH
black
black
FAN
MOTOR
ground
brown
COMP.
START
RELAY
black
OVER
LOAD
WATER
VALVE
black
blue
HOLD
SWITCH
LIMIT
SWITCH
NC
WATER
C
C
NO
yellow
FILL
NC
SWITCH
2
3
ICE
MAKER
MOTOR
black
black
white
TEMP.
CONTROL
red
1
C
NO
BIN
SWITCH
orange
orange
black
black
MOLD HEATER
orange
UL183-6
WATER FILL CYCLE
black
ON
OFF
SWITCH
black
black
FAN
MOTOR
ground
brown
black
COMP.
START
RELAY
OVER
LOAD
WATER
VALVE
black
blue
HOLD
SWITCH
LIMIT
SWITCH
NC
WATER
C
black
C
NO
yellow
FILL
NC
SWITCH
2
3
black
white
ICE
MAKER
MOTOR
TEMP.
CONTROL
1
C
red NO
BIN
SWITCH
orange
orange
black
black
MOLD HEATER
orange
UL183-7
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BI•2015 REPLACING ICE MAKER ASSEMBLY
5
4
2
1
U-LINE1001A
6
3
1. Unplug unit.
2. Disconnect ice maker wire harness at plug (1).
3. Remove control capillary tube from sensing tube on ice maker assembly (2).
4. Remove water inlet tube.
5. Remove front cover (3).
6. Advance ejector blade to the 3 o’clock position by turning the 5/16" hex head on the small brass gear
counterclockwise (4).
7. Remove two screws from wall of freezer housing (5).
8. Remove three screws (6) from bottom of evaporator shelf.
9. Remove ice maker assembly.
10. Remove old alumilastic compound from evaporator shelf.
11. Apply 1/4" of fresh alumilastic compound to the bottom of the new ice maker assembly.
12. Install new ice maker assembly.
13. Reconnect plug.
14. Insert control capillary tube into ice maker sensing tube.
15. Insert water inlet tube.
16. Apply Permagum to all exit holes.
17. Install back panel.
18. Plug in unit and test.
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BI•2015 REPLACING MOLD AND HEATER
5
1
2
2
3
4
U-LINE1002
1. Remove ice maker assembly. Refer to REPLACING ICE MAKER ASSEMBLY.
2. Remove one stripper screw (1) and stripper .
3. Remove three face plate screws (2) and face plate.
4. Remove one screw (3) and detach limit switch from mold.
5. Detach heater leads (4).
6. Remove two screws (5) and mold from support housing.
7. To assemble, replace parts in reverse order.
8. Install the ice maker assembly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
1. Will not eject ice (water frozen)
Cause
a. Control setting too cold.
b. Control defective (1-2 contacts open).
c. Bin switch defective.
d. Limit switch defective.
e. Ice maker assembly motor stalled.
f. Broken wire in ice maker circuit.
g. Dirty condenser.
h. Door gasket not sealing.
i. Refrigerant leak causing slight undercharge.
2. Will not fill with water
Cause
a. No water supply to unit.
b. Water switch defective.
c. Solenoid valve defective.
d. Fill tube frozen.
e. Broken wire in water fill circuit.
f. Fill tube kinked.
g. Inlet screen on water valve obstructed.
3. Will not stop making ice
Cause
a. Bin switch defective.
b. Bin arm not raising up completely.
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
! DANGER !
DO NOT service the unit until the main electrical power has
been disconnected.
Remedy
a. Adjust control warmer (counterclockwise).
b. Replace control.
c. Replace bin switch.
d. Replace limit switch.
e. Replace motor.
f. Replace defective wiring.
g. Clean condenser.
h. Replace gasket of fix obstruction.
i. Find and repair leak/replace refrigerant.
Remedy
a. Open water supply connection.
b. Replace switch.
c. Replace valve.
d. Replace solenoid valve and defrost tube.
e. Replace defective wiring.
f. Straighten out tube.
g. Clean or replace valve.
Remedy
a. Replace bin switch
b. Lubricate pivot point, loosen bin arm lever
screw, or replace bent bin arm.
4. Water will not stop filling
Cause
a. Water switch defective.
b. Solenoid valve defective.
c. Stalled ice maker motor.
d. Temperature control defective. Ice maker is in
continuous harvest cycle (contacts 1-2 closed).
5. Ejector blades will not stop turning
Cause
a. Water switch defective (closed).
b. Hold switch defective.
c. Defective wiring.
d. Short in mold heater.
6. Low ice production
Cause
a. Control set too cold.
b. Fan motor stalled.
c. Ice cubes too large.
7. Not freezing (compressor and fans are operating)
Cause
a. Little or no frost pattern on evaporator).
Remedy
a. Replace
b. Replace
c. Replace
d. Replace
switch.
solenoid valve.
motor and solenoid valve.
temperature control.
Remedy
a. Replace water switch.
b. Replace hold switch.
c. Repair or replace wiring.
d. Replace heater.
Remedy
a. Adjust control warmer (counterclockwise).
b. Replace fan motor.
c. Adjust water fill screw. Dirty condenser.
Remedy
a. Check for sealed system leak or restriction.
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8. Not freezing (compressor not operating - fan
operating)
Cause
a. Relay defective.
b. Overload defective (open).
c. Compressor defective.
9. Not freezing (compressor and fans not operating)
Cause
a. On-off switch defective (open).
b. Hold switch defective (open).
c. Control defective (open).
d. Broken wire in freeze circuit.
e. Power cord not plugged in.
f. On-off switch in off position.
g. Ejector blades not in the freeze position (12:00).
10. Compressor overheating
Cause
a. Condenser air flow restricted.
b. Condenser fan blade obstructed.
c. Condenser fan motor stalled.
d. Defective compressor.
11. Compressor will not stop operating
Cause
a. Control set too cold.
b. Control defective (2-3 contacts will not open).
c. Control sensing bulb not sensing mold temperature.
Remedy
a. Replace relay.
b. Replace overload.
c. Replace compressor.
Remedy
a. Replace on-off switch.
b. Replace hold switch.
c. Replace control.
d. Repair or replace wiring.
e. Plug in power cord.
f. Put switch in on position.
g. Manually advance the ejector blades to the
12:00 position (test ice maker and limit switch).
Remedy
a. Remove restriction (clean condenser and grille).
b. Remove blade restriction.
c. Replace fan motor.
d. Replace compressor.
Remedy
a. Adjust control warmer (counterclockwise).
b. Replace control.
c. Fully insert bulb into ice maker tube, routing
bulb away from compressor discharge tube.
d. Remove obstruction or replace motor.
d. Evaporator fan stalled.
12. Water leak (under unit)
Remedy
Cause
a. Water supply line leaking at solenoid valve inlet. a. Tighten or replace fitting.
b. Replace water line and fitting.
b. Water line leaking at solenoid valve outlet.
c. Tighten clamp on fill tube or replace fill tube assembly.
c. Water line leaking at fill tube.
d. Replace water line.
d. Crack in water line.
13. Water leak (inside unit)
Remedy
Cause
a. Remove obstruction.
a. Ice maker assembly fill cup obstructed.
b. Align fill tube and fill cup.
b. Fill ice cup and fill tube out of alignment.
c. Adjust water level.
c. Water level too high.
14. Excessive frost build-up
Remedy
Cause
a. Adjust door hinges or replace door gasket.
a. Door gasket not sealing properly.
b. Align fill tube and fill cup.
b. Door out of alignment.
c. Replace foamed cabinet assembly (factory repair
c. Water soaked cabinet insulation.
only).
15. Noisy
Remedy
Cause
a. Carefully adjust tubing.
a. Copper refrigeration tube touching cabinet.
b. Adjust fan mounting or shroud.
b. Fan blade touching shroud.
c. Remove obstruction.
c. Fan blade obstruction (wiring, foam insulation,
packaging material).
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BI•2015 WIRING DIAGRAM
220V
ICEMAKER
CONTROL
COND
FAN
BLACK
3
1
YELLOW
2
ICEMAKER ASSEMBLY
YELLOW
RED
RED
RED
WHITE
WHITE
BROWN
BROWN
BLACK
BLACK
ORANGE
5 PIN CONNECTOR
OVERLOAD
RELAY
BROWN
WHITE
WHITE
C
HOT
(BLACK)
NEUTRAL
(BLUE)
NO NC
BIN
SW
C
EMBRACO
COMPRESSOR
BLACK
WATER
VALVE
ROCKER
SWITCH
GREEN
GROUND
HOLD
NO SW
NC
CAM
BLACK
YELLOW
ORANGE
3 RPM
MOTOR
ORANGE
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK-NEUTRAL
(RIBBED)
NC NO
WATER
SW
C
MOLD HEATER
BLACK
BLACK-HOT
(SMOOTH)
LIMIT
SW
BLACK
BROWN
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
C42183.eps
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MODEL BI•2015
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3, 4
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U-LINE1013
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MODEL BI•2015
For Item #32, see Model 402-BI•2015 Ice Maker (pages 76-77) for separate breakdown.
Item
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32
Description
Ice Bucket
Hinge Assembly Top R/H
Door Handle Top
Door Handle Bottom
Door Gasket Assembly
Door Assembly
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Back Panel
Compressor
Power Cord
Overload
Relay
Drier
Water Line Assembly
Plastic Nut & Sleeve
90 Degree Brass Fitting
Water Valve
Condenser Fan Motor
Condenser Fan Blade
Condenser Assembly
Rocker Switch
Control
Control Knob
Grille
Leveling Leg (4)
Threaded Hole Plugs
Evaporator/Cabinet Assembly
Icemaker Assembly
White
31430
11898-S-KIT
11926-6-KIT
11927-6-KIT
12094-06-S
80-17008-02
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-KIT
42096
11964-01
5402-S
2374
5413
5414
2694
404
41254
41826
2552A
5263
5188
2303-02-S
2053
2780
42090-KIT
11942-KIT-01
41319
31723-WHT
2183-S2015-WHT
402-BI2015
Black
31430
11898-S-BLK
11926-6-BLK
11927-6-BLK
12094-04-S
80-17008-01
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-BLK
42096
11964-01
5402-S
2374
5413
5414
2694
404
41254
41826
2552A
5263
5188
2303-02-S
2053
2780
42090-BLK
11942-BLK-01
41319
31723-BLK
2183-S2015-BLK
402-BI2015
Stainless Steel
31430
11898-S-SS
N/A
11927-6-BLK
12094-05-S
See Parts Not Shown
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-SS
42096
11964-01
5402-S
2374-2
5413
5414
2694
404
41254
41826
2552A
5263
5188
2303-02-S
2053
2780
42090-BLK
11942-BLK-01
41319
41156
2183-S2015-SS
402-BI2015
White
Black
Stainless Steel
N/A
N/A
80-17008-03
N/A
N/A
80-17008-13
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11926-8-BLK
11949
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Assembly Stainless Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Left Hand Hinge
Door Handle Top Modified
Door Handle
220 Volt Part Numbers
Item
13
15
16
Description
Compressor
Overload
Relay
Part No.
5404-S
5415
5416
Item Description
21 Water Valve
22 Condenser Fan Motor
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Part No.
2555A
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MODEL 402-BI•2015
20
15
32
31
1
18
12
27
13
9
3
19
16
6
23
25
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21
28
30
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14
7
22
24
10
26
4
11
5
8
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402ICEMAKER.1
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MODEL 402-BI•2015
Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. U-Line ice maker parts are not the same as
standard FSP Whirlpool parts. Using non-U-Line parts can reduce ice rate, cause water to
overflow from ice maker mold, damage the unit, and may void the warranty.
Item Description
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Ice Maker Assembly
Faceplate Assembly
Cover
Gear
Motor
Spring
Valve Switch Plate
Switch Spacer
Cam
Insulator
Hold Switch
Wire Harness
Valve Switch
Support Housing
Bin Arm
Bin Arm Spring
Ejector
Item Description
Part No.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
402-BI2015
150
627000
628210*
627973*
627163*
625836*
625834*
627302*
627680*
2506*
2361**
2506*
625827
2886
627526
627375
Mold Heater
Stripper
Stripper Screw
Mold & Heater Assembly
Water Cup
Spring & Housing Screw
Gear Screw
Face Plate
Plate Screw
Long SW Screw
Short SW Screw
Bin SW Screw
Clamp
Arm Lever
Arm Lever Screw
Motor Screw
Bin Switch
Part No.
625843-S
31400
489128
628123-S
544304
488372*
488957*
11641*
41375
488361*
488362*
488360
625829
625830
627199
488622*
2506*
* Parts included in the 150 faceplate assembly.
** Includes the Limit Switch.
220 Volt Part Numbers
Item
3
Description
Ice Maker Assembly
Faceplate Assembly
Motor
Part No.
2015-IM-BASE 220
650
628109
Item Description
16 Mold Heater
19 Mold Heater Assembly
Part No.
626069-S
618
U-Line will not pay warranty claims for the replacement of a complete ice maker assembly. Complete ice
maker assembly replacement is not necessary because all ice maker parts are available as replacement
parts and are stocked in our inventory.
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CLR2060 MODEL
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
S
R
C
STARTING
RELAY
3/4" OVERLOAD
PROTECTION
UL303
Compressor Pins
To measure start winding resistance, measure across the C-S pins.
To measure run winding resistance, measure across the C-R pins. Ensure that pins C and R are not shorted
to ground.
Specifications
FF7.5HBK Compressor Start Winding:
12.0 OHMS
FF7.5HBK Compressor Run Winding:
2.9 OHMS
Water Valve Coil Resistance:
280 OHMS
Bypass Coil Resistance:
380 OHMS
Pump Motor Winding Resistance:
71.5 OHMS
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LEVELING AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
It is extremely important that the unit is level. If it is not
level, the ice mold will not fill evenly. This can cause a
reduction in ice rate, uneven sized cubes or water spilling
into the storage area which will cause the ice in the bin to
melt prematurely. See Figure A.
Remember the floor surrounding a drain has a tendency to
slope towards the drain.
Leveling the Unit
UL307
1. Use a level to check the icemaker from front to back and
from side to side. See Figure B.
Figure A
2. If the icemaker is not level, adjust the feet on the corners
of the unit as necessary. See Figure C.
3. Check after each
adjustment and
repeat the
previous steps
as necessary
until the unit
is level.
CHECK
LEVEL
TURN FOOT TO ADJUST
UL314
UL205A
Figure C
Figure B
Installation Requirements
•
•
•
The unit may be built into a cabinet. There is no minimum clearance requirement for the top, left or
right sides of the unit.
The location must allow enough clearance for water, drain, and electrical connections in the rear of
the unit.
The location must not obstruct air flow to the front of the unit.
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GRAVITY DRAIN INSTALLATION
!
Plumbing installation must observe all state and local codes.
These guidelines must be followed when installing drain lines to prevent water from flowing back into the
ice maker storage bin and potentially flowing onto the floor causing water damage:
•
•
•
•
Drain lines and fittings must have a 5/8" inside diameter.
Drain lines must have a 1" drop per 48" of run (1/4" per foot) and must not create traps.
The floor drain must be large enough to accommodate drainage from all drains.
Insulate the bin drain line to prevent condensation.
Be sure to follow these guidelines to prevent water backing up into the storage bin.
Below are examples of gravity drain line installations. If a trap is in the drain line, the drain line must be
vented to ensure proper draining. Without the vent, water will backup until enough pressure builds up to
force the water past the trap. Water may backup into the ice bin before the amount of pressure needed is
achieved. Water in the storage bin will cause the ice in the bin to melt prematurely.
The customer’s complaint will be slow ice production. The ice that has been made is melting
prematurely because water is backing up in the ice bin.
FROM ICE MAKER
TO FLOOR DRAIN
1. Normal Drain.
Pitched from ice maker
at least 1/4" per foot.
Proper Drainage
2. With Trap.
Poor drainage.
Water backs up in drain line.
Poor Drainage
3. With Trap and Vent.
Vent assures proper drainage.
Proper Drainage
UL306
Examples of Gravity Drain Installations
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CONNECTING A DRAIN PUMP
!
Plumbing installation must observe all state and local codes. All water and drain connections
MUST BE made by a licensed/qualified plumbing contractor. Failure to follow recommendations
and instructions may result in damage and/or harm.
If a gravity drain connection is not available, U-Line strongly recommends the use of the U-Line P60 drain
pump. If your CLR2060 is not equipped with a factory installed pump, a P60 drain pump is available
through your Dealer, or direct from U-Line. If a pump other than the U-Line P60 drain pump is to be used,
it must meet the following specifications:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
It must be UL listed and have a UL listed, 120 VAC, 3-wire grounded power cord.
Overall maximum outside dimensions of 8-3/4" wide x 5-3/4" deep x 7-3/4" high.
Minimum flow rate of 15 gallons per hour at 10 feet of lift.
It must have a sealed sump which does not allow water leakage in the case of a power outage, restricted
drain or pump failure.
It must have a check valve in the discharge line to prevent waste water return to the pump.
It must have an overflow protection control which will shut off power to the ice maker in the event of
a pump failure.
Operating temperature range of 50°F to 110°F (10°C to 40°C).
If your CLR2060 is not equipped with a P60 drain pump or an equivalent drain pump, severe damage and
costly repair could result in the event of a power outage, restricted drain or pump failure.
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AUTOMATIC CLEAN CYCLE INSTRUCTIONS
To maintain operational efficiency, clean unit every six months (depending on water conditions more or
less frequent cleaning may be necessary). If the ice maker requires more frequent cleaning, consult a qualified plumber to test the water quality and recommend appropriate treatment. Use only U-Line Ice Machine
Cleaner (part number 41978).
!
Use only U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner (part number 41978). It is a violation of Federal law to
use this solution in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Use of any other cleaner can ruin
the finish of the evaporator and will void the warranty. Read and understand all labels printed
on the package before use. Ice machine cleaner is used to remove Lime scale and other
mineral deposits. Refer to the following steps for mineral deposit removal.
1. Set the cycle selector switch (located in the center of the grille) to OFF.
Allow the ice to melt off of the evaporator.
2. Remove all ice from the storage bin.
3. Remove inside front cover by gently pulling away from sidewall. See
Figure A.
4. Remove the overflow tube by lifting it up while using a slight back and
forth motion to loosen it from the drain hole. See Figure B. The water in the
reservoir will flow down the drain.
5. Replace the overflow tube after all the water has been drained from the
reservoir.
6. Move the cycle selector switch to the CLN position.
7. When water begins to flow over the evaporator, approximately three
minutes, add one packet of U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner to the reservoir.
8. Reinstall inside front cover.
9. When the self cleaning process stops, approximately 45 minutes, it may
be desirable to clean the storage bin. See INTERIOR STORAGE BIN
CLEANING.
10. Move the cycle selector switch to the ICE position to resume ice
production.
FRONT COVER
U
U•LINE
Figure A
UL208
OVERFLOW
UL209
Interior Storage Bin Cleaning
Figure B
1. Disconnect power from the ice maker.
2. Remove any ice from the storage bin.
3. Wipe down the storage bin with a solution of non-abrasive mild soap or detergent and warm water.
Rinse with clean water. Sanitize the bin with a solution of one tablespoon of bleach and one gallon of
water. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.
4. Check that all drain connections are in place.
5. Reconnect power to the unit.
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SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
On initial start-up or restart, closing of bin thermostat, the toggle switch is in the ICE position:
1. The water solenoid valve and hot gas solenoid valve are opened (energized) for 180 seconds
(three minutes). This ensures the icemaking cycle starts with fresh water, and the refrigerant pressures
are equalized prior to compressor start-up.
2. The compressor starts 175 seconds after the hot gas solenoid valve and water solenoid valves are
opened.
3. The water pump and condenser fan motor are energized. The hot gas solenoid valve and water
solenoid valves are de-energized (closed) five seconds after the compressor starts. The unit is now
in the freeze cycle.
4. As the water pump circulates the water, an even flow is directed across the evaporator and into each
cube cell, where it freezes. As the water freezes, gravity causes any sediment to drop into the water
trough and not becoming imbedded in the ice. This gives a clearer cube with low mineral content.
5. The control system automatically determines the length of the freeze cycle by monitoring the temperature of the refrigeration system “high side” using a thermistor.
6. One minute prior to finishing the determined freeze cycle, the control determines the length of the
harvest cycle by again monitoring the temperature at the thermistor.
7. When the freeze cycle is completed, the control de-energizes the water pump and the condenser fan
motor. The compressor remains running during the harvest cycle. The control then energizes the hot
gas solenoid valve and water solenoid valve for the duration of the harvest cycle. The hot refrigerant
gas warms the evaporator causing the cubes to slide, as a sheet, off the evaporator and into the storage
bin. At the same time, the water trough is being purged with fresh water.
8. At the conclusion of the harvest cycle, the machine returns to a new freeze cycle. The compressor
continues to run. The water pump and condenser fan motor are energized. The hot gas solenoid valve
and water solenoid valves are de-energized (closed).
Automatic Shut-off
The ice machine shut-off is controlled by the level of ice in the ice storage bin. When the bin is full, ice
contacts the bin thermostat bulb holder, which senses the cool temperatures, then opens which stops the
ice machine. The ice machine will remain off until the ice cubes no longer contact the bin
thermostat bulb holder. This causes the bin thermostat to warm and close, restarting the ice machine.
When the ice machine restarts, it returns to the start-up sequence (steps 1, 2, and 3 above).
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CIRCULATION
PUMP
EVAPORATOR
EVAPORATOR
ACCUMULATOR
WATER
TROUGH
HOT GAS VALVE
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER
DRYER
THERMISTOR SENSING POINT
UL304
CYCLE DESCRIPTION
TIME (MINUTES)
INITIAL START-UP
1
2
FREEZE CYCLE
3
4
5
HARVEST CYCLE
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
WATER FILL VALVE
HOT GAS VALVE
WATER CIRCULATION PUMP
COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER FAN
ENERGIZED
NOTE: THE FREEZE / HARVEST CYCLE TIMES WILL VARY DUE TO OPERATING CONDITIONS.
UL305
NON-ENERGIZED
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THERMISTOR
The thermistor senses the refrigeration system “high side” temperature. This is used in conjunction with
the control board to determine the length of the freeze and harvest cycles.
Thermistors generally fail due to moisture or physical damage. U-Line “high side” thermistors are
encased in a specially-designed, moisture-sealed aluminum block. The thermistor is also mounted to
the “high side” or “dry” portion of the refrigeration system. This eliminates physical damage and
moisture concerns.
Check Light on Control Board
The LED light on the control board serves three functions.
1. Steady light 2. Slow flash -
The control board has power to it and operation is normal.
The control board has detected a sensor problem. This will
happen if the thermistor’s plug is disconnected from the
control board. This will also happen if the thermistor fails open.
3. Rapid flashing - This indicates the control board is receiving a high heat signal from the
thermistor. This can be caused by a dirty condenser, inadequate air flow
(unit installed behind closed doors), failed condenser fan motor, etc.
In both the slow flash and rapid flashing situations, the unit will stop operation.
-2
-3
-5
-4
-1 0 1
2
3
4
5
LED Light
UL301
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NEW CLR2060 CONTROL BOARD DESIGN
Models Manufactured After 12/1/03
U-Line has started manufacturing the CLR2060 with a revised electronic control board. The new control
board design is similar to the control board used on the CLRCO2075 Clear Ice Maker/Refrigerator.
This new board will have the advanced diagnostics that the CLRCO board has and the components can be
tested in the same manner. This features a diagnostic LED and has 2 thermistors, one on the liquid line and
one in the bin.
Note: The new board is NOT interchangeable in units with the original board. Also, in the case of a
defective board, the board must be changed along with the thermistors, since they are matched to the
board.
There is no display box installed on the CLR2060, however a display box from the CLRCO2075 will fit on
this board. It can be used to read the bin temperature and the liquid line temperature.
E_SP-001
E-SP-002
The board is mounted in the lower front section of the CLR2060 Clear Ice Maker and is accessed by
removing the service panel.
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The diagnostic LED shown below will specify the following:
CLR2060 BOARD
Part# 68003
COMPRESSOR
This LED will
be used to display
error codes.
WATER
VALVE
HOT
GAS
H2O
PUMP
Not a relay
FAN
E_SP-003
1. One Flash -
Indicates the overflow protection circuit is open (only on P-60 pump equipped
units).
2. Two Flashes - Indicate an open thermistor or out of range (too warm) problem.
3. Three Flashes - Indicate the unit has both failure conditions above.
Note: Interrupting power to the board is the only method of clearing the error codes. Switching off the
ON/OFF/CLN switch does not clear the codes.
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Low Side Pressure Changes
The chart above shows the low side pressure changes through the cycles of a CLR2060 unit. It shows that during a harvest cycle, the low side pressures climb to nearly 60 psig. When the freeze cycle starts, the pressure
quickly drops to approx. 17 psig and throughout the freeze cycle it continues to slowly drop to approximately
7 psig just before the harvest cycle.
This unit was operating in a 75° fahrenheit ambient temperature and the incoming water temperature
was 50° fahrenheit.
If a unit is operating in conditions other than these, the low side pressures will be different. A unit
operating in a warmer ambient environment or using warmer water will have higher pressure readings.
A unit in a cooler ambient environment or using cooler water will have lower pressure readings.
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Suction
Line
Compressor
Discharge
Condenser
Capillary
Tube
Evaporator
Wattage
Normal
Normal
Slightly below
room
temperature
Very hot
Very hot
Warm
Cold
Normal
Overcharge
Higher than
normal
Very cold
may frost
heavily
Slightly warm
to hot
Hot to warm
Cool
Cold
Higher than
normal
Undercharge
Lower than
normal
Warm - near
room
temperature
Hot
Warm
Warm
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
Lower than
normal
Partial
Restriction
Somewhat
lower than
normal-in
vacuum
Warm - near
room
temperature
Very hot
Top passes
warm lower passes
cool
(near room
temperature)
due to liquid
Room
temperature
(cool) or
colder
Extremely cold
near inlet outlet
below room
temperature
backing up
Lower than
normal
Complete
Restriction
In deep
vacuum
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
No
Gas
0 PSIG
to
25"
Room
temperature
(cool)
Cool
to
hot
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No
refrigeration
Lower than
normal
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
Suction
Pressure
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System
Condition
CLR2060 MODEL
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
CLR2060 MODEL
Design ■ Features ■ Performance
ICE THICKNESS ADJUSTMENT
The CLR2060 Clear Ice Maker uses advanced technology to make ice that is crystal clear. This technology
cascades a flow of water over a chilled ice mold that is mounted vertically so no water sits in it. Because
of this ice making technology, clear ice cubes differ significantly from regular ice cubes. Differences are as
follows:
•
Dimples. U-Line clear ice cubes have “dimples” on one side from
the cascading water process.
•
Cube Variations. Cubes made from different batches,
or even cubes within the same batch may have varying
dimples, thicknesses and/or sizes due to the cascading
water process.
•
DIMPLES
Cube “slabbing”. The U-Line clear ice maker makes a
“slab” of ice that falls from the vertical mold relying on
gravity to break the ice bridges. Depending on the
control setting, and the fullness of the ice
ICE BRIDGE
bucket, it maybe necessary to tap the ice
slab with the scoop to break it apart.
ICE001
Figure 1
The ice cube thickness control is factory set for best overall performance. The factory setting is designed to
maintain an ice bridge of approximately 1/16" to 1/8" under normal conditions resulting in a dimple of
approximately 1/4" to 1/2" in depth (see Figure 2). A fuller cube with less of a dimple results in a thicker
ice bridge. As the ice bridge becomes thicker, the tendency for the cubes to stay together as a slab increases.
A bridge thicker than 1/8" may cause cubes to overfill the ice bucket.
1/16" TO 1/8"
ICE BRIDGE
1/4" TO 1/2"
DIMPLE
GOOD
BRIDGE
TOO THICK
BRIDGE
TOO THIN
DIMPLE
TOO DEEP
LITTLE OR
NO DIMPLE
BAD
ICE002
Figure 2
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To adjust:
! DANGER !
Disconnect power to the ice maker before making any ice thickness adjustments.
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
C
L
N
O I
F C
F E
ACCESS PANEL SCREWS
ICE003
Figure 3
2. Remove the screws securing the front access panel (see Figure 3).
ICE CUBE THICKNESS
ADJUSTMENT DIAL
IS FACTORY SET TO 0.
-5
-2
-3
-4
-1
0 1
2
C
L
N
O I
F C
F E
3
4
5
ICE004B
WATER VALVE HAS BEEN
MOVED TO THE BACK.
Note: Picture represents 2004 model
Figure 4
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3. Locate the ice cube thickness adjustment dial on the control board (see Figure 4). Turn the dial
clockwise (+ number) to thicken or counterclockwise (- number) to thin the ice bridge.
IMPORTANT
The door should never be flush with the top of the cabinet. Even when level, the top edge of
the door will be 1/8" below the top of the cabinet (see Figure 1).
SAMPLE AREA
Figure 5
4. Reinstall front access cover.
5. Reconnect power to ice maker.
6. Empty ice bucket.
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ICE PRODUCTION RATES
Ambient Temp/Water Temp degrees F
Approximate Ice Production (lbs/day)
50/50
60
60/50
60
70/50
58
80/50
54
90/70
47
100/70
40
NOTE
These characteristics will vary depending on operating conditions, condenser cleanliness,
installation, and application.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
! DANGER !
DO NOT service the unit until the main electrical power has been disconnected.
1. Unit does not operate (with drain pump; light
on control board is not illuminated)
Cause
a. No electrical power to the unit.
Remedy
a. Make sure unit is plugged in and outlet
has power.
b. Check switch wiring. Set to “ICE.”
c. Clear the tubing. If water cannot drain from
pump, unit will shut down due to safety
design of pump.
d. Change pump. Jumping the two terminals
together on the control board with a jumper
wire will eliminate pump from the circuit.
b. Rocker switch set incorrectly.
c. Drain tube is kinked or obstructed.
d. Bad pump. Diagnose by bypassing the pump.
Pull both pink wires from control board and
jump the two terminals together. If unit starts
up, then the pump is bad.
2. Unit does not operate (without drain pump;
light on control board is not illuminated)
Cause
a. No power to unit.
Remedy
a. Jumper plug off power cord.
3. Unit does not operate and light on control
board is illuminated
Cause
a. Bad bin thermostat.
b. Bin thermostat set incorrectly.
Remedy
a. Replace bin thermostat. The unit is falsely
sensing a full bin.
b. Set bin thermostat at the 10:00 position.
4. No ice production
Cause
a. No water supplied to unit.
b. Stand pipe not inserted in water trough.
c. Re-circulating pump is defective.
Remedy
a. Check that water is connected and turned on.
b. Insert stand pipe securely into water trough.
c. Replace re-circulating pump.
5. Low ice production
Cause
a. High ambient temperatures around unit.
Remedy
a. Lower ice rate is normal with high ambient
temperatures.
b. Run the unit through a clean cycle. Use only
U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner.
c. Adjust ice thickness dial accordingly.
d. Clean condenser coil.
b. Deposit build-up on evaporator grid.
c. Ice thickness dial set incorrectly.
d. Dirty condenser coil.
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NOTE: Light on control board will indicate if
condenser is too dirty. A rapid flash of light
indicates high heat conditions which could be
caused by either an inadequate air flow or a
dirty condenser.
6. Will not eject ice (water frozen)
Cause
a. Bin thermostat set incorrectly.
b. Wiring plug off of bypass valve coil.
c. Defective bypass valve.
d. Deposit build-up on evaporator grid.
Remedy
a. Set bin thermostat at 10:00 position.
b. Re-install plug.
c. Replace bypass valve.
d. Run unit through the clean cycle. Use only
U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner. If scale or mineral
deposits accumulate on grid, cubes will not
fall freely.
7. Ice is slow to release from evaporator
Cause
a. Deposit build-up on evaporator grid.
Remedy
a. Run unit through the clean cycle. Use only
U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner.
b. Level unit for even water flow. Uneven water flow
will reduce ice rate and cause water to spill in
ice bin.
b. Unit not level.
8. Will not fill with water
Cause
a. No stand pipe in water trough.
b. Water valve is defective.
c. Water solenoid unplugged or wire to solenoid
has internal break.
Remedy
a. Install stand pipe.
b. Replace valve.
c. Repair wiring defect.
9. Continuous ice production
Cause
a. Bin thermostat set too cold.
b. Bin thermostat sensing bulb out of alignment.
c. Bin thermostat stuck in closed position.
d. Ice slab too thick.
Remedy
a. Set bin thermostat to the 10:00 position.
b. Insert bulb inside aluminum sensor tube.
c. Replace bin thermostat.
d. Set ice thickness adjustment dial to a lower setting.
If cubes release from grid and are too thick,
cubes might not make contact with sensor tube
(inside of bin); therefore bin thermostat would
never be satisfied.
10. Low (or no) ice production
Cause
a. Dirty condensing coil (Control board light
shows rapid flash).
b. Stalled condenser fan blade (Control board
light shows a rapid flash).
c. No water in water trough.
d. Bypass valve stuck in open position.
e. Ice forms on a portion of evaporator grid.
Remedy
a. Clean condensing coil.
b. Free up the blade or replace fan motor.
c. Install stand pipe securely in trough.
d. Replace bypass valve.
e. Check unit for system undercharge or leak.
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NOTE: See chart of suction pressures in manual.
11. Poor ice quality (soft or unclear cubes)
Cause
a. Poor incoming water quality.
b. Deposit build-up on evaporator grid.
Remedy
a. Consult a plumber.
b. Run the unit through a clean cycle. Use only
U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner.
c. Adjust water flow above evaporator.
c. Water splashing on cubes.
12. Unit not freezing (compressor and fan
operating)
Cause
a. Little or no cooling.
Remedy
a. Check sealed system for leak or restriction.
NOTE: See chart of suction pressures in manual.
b. Replace bypass valve.
b. Bypass valve stuck in open position.
13. Unit produces shallow or incomplete cubes or
the ice fill pattern on the grid is incomplete
Cause
a. Low water level.
e. Bad thermistor.
f. Bad control board.
Remedy
a. Check that standpipe is fully seated inside
water trough.
b. Check water pressure into water valve
(pressure should be 20 to 120 psi).
c. Level unit to assure even water flow. Uneven
water flow will reduce ice rate and cause
incomplete cubes. See Leveling Instructions in
manual.
d. Install back or front panel. The unit will harvest
ice according to temperatures of tubing at
condensing coil. Increased air flow will give
the thermister false information. This info could
cause the ice to eject prematurely.
e. Replace thermister.
f. Replace control board.
14. Not freezing compressor not running / fan
operating
Cause
a. Bad overload (open).
b. Bad compressor.
Remedy
a. Replace overload.
b. Replace compressor.
b. Low water pressure.
c. Unit is not level.
d. Operating unit without back or front panel.
15. Not freezing (compressor and fan not
operating)
Cause
a. No electrical power to unit.
Remedy
a. Make sure unit is plugged in and outlet has
power.
b. Make sure switch is wired correctly and set in
“ICE” position.
b. Rocker switch defective or wired incorrectly.
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IF UNIT HAS P-60 PUMP
Cause
a. Drain tube kinked or obstructed.
Remedy
a. Clear the tubing. If water cannot drain from
pump, unit will shut down due to safety
design of pump.
b. Change pump. Jumping the two terminals on
control board together with a jumper wire will
eliminate pump from the circuit.
b. Bad pump. Diagnose by bypassing the pump.
Pull both pink wires from control board and
jump the two terminals together. If unit starts
up, then the pump is bad.
c. Open wire in wiring harness.
c. Trace defective wire and repair or
replace parts accordingly.
16. Water leak under unit
Cause
a. Incoming water supply line leaking.
Remedy
a. Make sure brass connection is screwed tight to
valve and threaded correctly.
b. Tighten fill tube connection to water line.
c. Unit not repairable. Contact U-Line tech line
for assistance.
b. Fill tube leaking.
c. Bin spout is cracked or mis-formed.
17. Water in ice bin
Cause
a. Bin drain kinked or restricted.
b. External drain is restricted.
c. Bad pump.
Remedy
a. Clear drain of obstruction or kink.
b. Clear restriction.
c. Replace pump.
18. Water will not stop filling
Cause
a. Water solenoid stuck in open position.
b. Open relay on control board.
Remedy
a. Replace water valve.
b. Replace control board.
NOTE: A defective relay on control board
would cause both the water valve and reversing
valve to stay open, therefore, this failure would
not allow the unit to freeze.
19. Unit noisy
Cause
a. Fan motor not secured to bracket.
b. Fan blade bent.
c. Vibration from refrigerant lines.
d. Obstruction in fan blade.
Remedy
a. Tighten motor.
b. Realign or replace blade.
c. Secure tubing.
d. Remove obstruction.
REPLACEMENT PARTS: Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. The use of non U-Line parts
can reduce ice rate, cause water to overflow from ice maker mold, damage the unit, and may void
the warranty.
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CLR2060 WIRING DIAGRAM
WHITE-NEUTRAL
GREEN
GROUND
BLACK
HOT
POWER CORD
ASSEMBLY
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
OVERLOAD
JUMPER PLUG
WITHOUT
P60 WASTE PUMP
FAN
BLACK
WHITE
BLACK
GREEN
GROUND
PINK
YELLOW
PINK
WHITE
RELAY
THERMISTOR
PINK
CONTROL BOARD
PINK
WATER
PUMP
EMBRACO
COMPRESSOR
YELLOW
CONNECTOR
WITH
P60 WASTE PUMP
GREEN
GROUND
YELLOW
RED
RED
WHITE
U-LINE P60
WASTE WATER PUMP
WHITE
HOT GAS
SOLENOID
SWITCH
POSITION
BROWN
RED
WHITE
ROCKER
SWITCH
PURPLE
GREEN
GROUND
BROWN
WATER INLET
SOLENOID
WHITE
BLACK
PURPLE
CLEAN
BROWN
BIN THEROSTAT
CLOSED
BETWEEN
BLACK
BROWN
ICE
BLACK
PURPLE
TRANS
FUSE
BLACK
BLACK
U-LINE42132
CLR2060 WIRING DIAGRAM WITH NEW BOARD
PINK
PINK
WHITE
BLACK
WATER
PUMP
GREEN GROUND
BLACK/YELLOW
JUMPER PLUG
WITHOUT
P60 WASTE PUMP
GREEN
GROUND
WHITE
WHITE
FAN
WHITE
PINK
WHITE
OVERLOAD
PINK
CONTROL BOARD
RED
WHITE
BLACK
ROCKER
SWITCH
ICE
OFF
CLEAN
WHITE
YELLOW
(WHITE) 9
(BLACK) 8
7
6
U-LINE P60
WASTE WATER PUMP
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
(YELLOW) 5
(BLACK/YELLOW) 4
(PURPLE) 3
(BROWN) 2
(LIGHT BLUE) 1
LIGHT
BLUE
EMBRACO
NATURAL
WATER
VALVE
HOT GAS
VALVE
RELAY
WHITE
COMPRESSOR
WHITE
GREEN GROUND
WHITE-NEUTRAL
BLACK HOT
BLACK
PURPLE
BROWN
THERMISTORS
BLACK
BROWN
WHITE
POWER CORD
WHITE
WHITE
C42205.eps
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Item
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2
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4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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19
20
21
22
23
24
Description
Hinge Assembly-Top R/H
Door Handle-Top
Door Handle Bottom
Door Gasket Assembly
Door Assembly
Water Valve Assembly
Plastic Nut & Sleeve
Water Line
90 Degree Brass Fitting
Pivot Plate
Door Closer Assembly
Hinge Assembly-Bottom R/H
Pivot Post
Control Board
Rocker Switch CLR2060
Rocker Switch Mounting Bracket
Grille
Leveling Leg
Threaded Hole Plug
Lower Front Panel
Bin Thermostat
Drain Tube (Clear)
Evaporator Assembly
White
11898-S-KIT
11926-6-KIT
11927-6-KIT
12094-06-S
80-17007-02
2716
41254
404-CLR60
41826
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-KIT
42096
2707-S
2285
12027
11942-KIT-01
41319
31723-WHT
12012-KIT
2756-S
2820-S
2276-S
Black
11898-S-BLK
11926-6-BLK
11927-6-BLK
12094-04-S
80-17007-01
2716
41254
404-CLR60
41826
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-BLK
42096
2707-S
2285
12027
11942-BLK-01
41319
31723-BLK
12012-BLK
2756-S
2820-S
2276-S
Stainless Steel
11898-S-SS
N/A
11927-6-BLK
12094-05-S
See Parts Not Shown
2716
41254
404-CLR60
41826
11901-1
31673-S
11899-S-SS
42096
2707-S
2285
12027
11942-BLK-01
41319
41156
12012-SS
2756-S
2820-S
2276-S
White
Black
Stainless Steel
N/A
N/A
80-17007-03
N/A
N/A
11841-S
N/A
N/A
N/A
11841-S
N/A
80-17007-13
11926-8-BLK
11841-S
11949
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
Door Assembly Stainless Right Hand Hinge
Door Assembly Stainless Left Hand Hinge
Door Handle Top Modified
Bin Thermostat Tube
Door Handle
Alternate Parts 2004 Model
Control Board
68003-S
Control Board was moved to right side of base and the water valve was moved to the back of the unit.
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3
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10
12
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CLR2060 - CLEAR ICE MAKER (2 OF 2)
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
Description
Water Dispersion Receptacle
Well Nut
Hook For Ice Scoop
Stand Pipe
Circulation Pump
Pre-Formed Tube-White
Circulation Pump Cover
Cover-Front
Condenser Assembly
Back Panel
Drain Tubing
Wire - Pump To Power Cord
Compressor
Heat Exchanger Assembly
Bypass Valve Solenoid
Copper Tee
Dryer
Power Cord
Thermistor Assembly
Condenser Fan Blade
Condenser Fan Motor
Overload/Relay
Bypass Valve Assembly
Water Trough
Ice Scoop
Tube Retainer
White
11812-S
41979
42011
31619
31613
31615-S
11893
11868
2269-S
11964-01
31617-S
2284
5406-S
2725-S
73001-S
2296-S
2850
2368
2709-S
5303
5300
5427
2749-S60
11813
31614
26009
Black
11812-S
41979
42011
31619
31613
31615-S
11893
11868
2269-S
11964-01
31617-S
2284
5406-S
2725-S
73001-S
2296-S
2850
2368
2709-S
5303
5300
5427
2749-S60
11813
31614
26009
Stainless Steel
11812-S
41979
42011
31619
31613
31615-S
11893
11868
2269-S
11964-01
31617-S
2284
5406-S
2725-S
73001-S
2296-S
2850
2368-2
2709-S
5303
5300
5427
2749-S60
11813
31614
26009
White
Black
Stainless Steel
41978
ULN-P60-00
41978
ULN-P60-00
41978
ULN-P60-00
Parts Not Shown
Item Description
U-Line Specified CLR2060 Cleaner 6 Applications Per Order
U-Line Specified Drain Pump Kit
Alternate Parts 2005 Model
Compressor
Overload
Relay
Danfoss Bypass Valve Assembly
Power Cord
70081-S
71027
71028
73002-1-S
2898-2
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NOTES
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