User manual BOSCH KAD 62V40/07 SHORT INSTRUCTIONS
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Manual abstract: user guide BOSCH KAD 62V40/07SHORT INSTRUCTIONS
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] One of the valves (2nd from left) is not carbonated; it may be changed to carbonated if desired. Power to operate the valves may be shut off by a key switch. * An important feature of this dispenser is that the ice on the cold plate is not dispensed. The RS requires additional equipment to be functional: An ice machine or source of sanitary ice; a carbonator for post mix (and potable water); a syrup delivery system, either pressurized syrup cans or bag-in-a-box; and CO2. NOTE: This Refreshment Stand is designed to dispense cubed or Nugget ice only. [. . . ] Leave the unit alone for about a half hour to cool the cold plate and soda product. When cold plate has cooled, adjust each soda valve for the proper water to syrup ratio. · Twist clear ice chute 1/3 turn counterclockwise
and pull down to remove. · Slide ice chute mounting panel forward to remove from cabinet. Note: there is a timer in the control box that will activate the rotor in the ice bin every two hours. The amount of time that the rotor turns is adjustable between one tenth of a second and 4 seconds. The purpose for the timer is to agitate the ice to keep it from fusing together after long periods in the bin.
TO ACCESS SODA VALVE COVERS
Ice hopper contains parts that can move at any time and will cause injury if hands are in the way. Do not remove cover until the unit has been unplugged from the electrical power. Plug the unit's power cord into an electrical outlet, the lighted sign should come on. Check the primary CO2 gauge for the carbonator, and the secondary CO2 gauge for the syrup. Activate the soda valves until syrup is dispensed with the water.
ICE CHUTE MOUNTING PANEL
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FOR THE OPERATOR
This section covers operating controls, daily pre-operation check, unit operation, adjustments, replenishing CO2 and syrup supplies, and daily cleaning. Using a clean cloth or sponge, wipe all interior surfaces of the ice storage hopper with the sanitizing solution, allow to air dry. Wipe all surfaces of the rotor with the sanitizing solution, and allow to air dry. Ice hopper contains parts that can move at any time and will cause injury if hands are in the way. Do not remove cover until the unit has been unplugged from the electrical power. Mix a solution of 1 ounce of household bleach to 2 gallons of potable water, or: mix a solution of any approved sanitizer, following the directions for mixing and applying that sanitizer. Unscrew the sweep arm from rotor shaft, and pull the rotor from hopper.
CLEAR ICE CHUTE
B. Locate the two thumb screws holding the lower brace: remove them and the brace. Locate the three thumb screws holding the upper ice chute; remove them (1 on top and 2 below). Thoroughly wipe the surfaces of the bin door and both ice chutes with the sanitizing solution, and allow to air dry. Place the lower brace back onto the unit, and secure with the two thumb screws. Place the upper ice chute back onto the dispenser, secure with the three thumb screws.
POUR HOT WATER DOWN SINK UPPER ICE CHUTE
Place the clear ice chute back onto dispenser. [. . . ] Syrup over carbonated with CO2 as indicated by bubbles in inlet syrup lines leading to the unit.
4. Carbonator primary CO2 regulator not properly adjusted.
Only syrup dispensed.
1. Adjust carbonator primary CO2 regulator.
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PROBLEM Will not dispense ice PROBABLE CAUSE 1. Replenish syrup supply as needed.
Water to syrup ratio too low or too high
Adjustment of dispensing valve syrup flow regulator does not increase to desired water to syrup ratio
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