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BUNN-O-MATIC COMMERCIAL PRODUCT WARRANTY Bunn-O-Matic Corp. (“BUNN”) warrants equipment manufactured by it as follows: 1) All equipment other than as specified below: 2 years parts and 1 year labor. 2) Electronic circuit and/or control boards: parts and labor for 3 years. 3) Compressors on refrigeration equipment: 5 years parts and 1 year labor.
INTRODUCTION This equipment dispenses granita-type and cold liquid drinks on demand from separate hoppers. Operating controls are accessible only through password protection. CONTENTS Warranty......................................................................................................................... 2 Introduction.................................................................................................................... 3 Site Preparation, Electrical Requirements......................
Initial setup CAUTION – The dispenser is very heavy! Use care when lifting or moving it. Use at least two people to lift or move the dispenser. 6.0” MIN. 1. Set the dispenser on a sturdy counter top. The dispenser requires a minimum of 6.0” air clearance at the rear of the dispenser. For optimum performance, do not let warm air from surrounding machines blow on the ULTRA dispenser. NOTE – The dispenser should be level or slightly lower in front for proper operation. 2.
Initial setup (cont.) 9. Align the auger shaft with the 10. Install auger nose bushing into flat fin of the auger. Push the inside front of hopper. augers as far as they will go and rotate them so the flat fin is facing up. 11. Thoroughly rinse the hoppers and install them over the augers and cooling drums. 12. Slide the hopper(s) into place 13. For models with PAF, install 14.
OPERATING CONTROLS ULTRA-1 There are three of these switches that will be used for the operation of the dispenser. 1 2 3 4 P3932 1. switch (upper left corner of the control pad) This switch is the ON/OFF toggle switch which powers up the dispenser and the LCD display. When ON the Date and Time toggle back and forth continously except during programming. 2. (upper right corner) This is used to turn the auger motor to AUGER ON, AUGER OFF or AUGER REFILL ON.
OPERATING CONTROLS ULTRA-2 There are five of these switches that will be used for the operation of the dispenser. 1 P3677 2 3 6 4 5 1. switch (upper left corner of the control pad) This switch is the ON/OFF toggle switch which powers up the dispenser and the LCD display. When ON the Date and Time toggle back and forth continously except during programming. 2. (bottom left corner) This is used to turn the left side auger motor to AUGER ON, AUGER OFF or AUGER REFILL ON.
USING THE DISPENSER FOR GRANITA-TYPE PRODUCTS 1. 2. Lift the lid slightly for the selected hopper and slide back to gain access to the hopper. Place the pre-mixed liquid product in the selected hopper. 3. a. Press and release the (ON/OFF) switch to power on the dispenser. b. Press and release the appropriate when applicable. 4. (ON/OFF) switch to start the Auger Motor and to turn on AutoFill c.
PROGRAMMING Using the menu-driven display on the front of the dispenser, the operator has the ability to alter or modify various parameters such as beverage consistency and set day/night “ON/OFF” times. The operator is also prompted to check a variety of periodic service functions or even a step-by-step cleaning routine. There is also the opportunity to return all changes back to factory default settings. Access to most controls can be password protected to allow only qualified personnel to make changes.
PROGRAMMING THE DISPENSER During normal operations, the Date, the Time, and the Serial Number toggle back and forth continuously. The following function screens are in the order they appear from the menu display. Each screen will have instructions and procedures to program the various functions of the dispenser. HOME SCREEN Displays the TIME, DATE, SERIAL NUMBER and ASSET NUMBER which toggle back and forth continuously. 10:45:30 AM off off JAN.
PROGRAMMING THE DISPENSER (Cont.) Set Consistency This function allows the operator to adjust the ice consistency, or torque of each auger when answered YES (“ICE”). Two screens will appear for left and right. The operator can scroll through a range of a minimum of 1 (ULTRA) to a maximum of 16 (ICE). Factory default is 10. NOTE: ULTRA-1 models will only have one adjustment screen.
PROGRAMMING THE DISPENSER (Cont.) Set Night Time/Set Day Time The setting of the Day/Night mode allows the dispenser to “power down” during off hours. The bottom corners displaying “ICE” will change to “CHILL” during the night mode. During the night mode, the product will be kept chilled to below 35°F. “ICE” reading will return after night mode elapses. With “OFF” representing 12:00 AM, the operator can scroll to the times desired for the night time mode to begin and end.
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS FOR YOUR DISPENSER • Whether liquid concentrate or granulated powder, all product must be thoroughly mixed BEFORE adding it to the hoppers. • For best results with granita-type products, use only products with an apparent brix of 12 or higher. Some products may work with an apparent brix as low as 9. Your experimentation with other products will be the best guide in this area. Keep the pre-mixed liquid product refrigerated. This reduces cooling/freezing time in the dispenser.
RECOMMENDED DAILY CLEANING (ULTRA-2 shown) 1. Turn cooling to OFF selection. Empty all product from the hopper(s). Turn auger to OFF selection. Disconnect the hopper lid lamp cord(s) and remove the lids. On models with autofill, disconnect fill hoses and level probe from hopper. 2. Depress the hopper lock plunger. Lift the hopper up slightly. 3. Pull forward to remove. 4. Pull the auger from the cooling drum. 5. Remove the cooling drum seal from the rear of the drum. 6.
ASSEMBLY FOLLOWING CLEANING 1. Install the seal(s) over the flange at 2. Align the auger shaft(s) with the 3. Install auger nose bushing into the rear of the cooling drum(s) and auger(s). Push the auger(s) as far as inside front of hopper. press the seal(s) firmly into place they will go and rotate so the flat face as shown. of the auger shaft is aligned with the flat face of the auger nose. 4. Thoroughly rinse the hopper(s) and install over the auger(s) and cooling drum(s). 5.
Auto-fill Cleaning Instructions (With Brixing Pump Installed) Materials required 1. Non-sudsing liquid detergent (such as common household automatic dishwasher liquid detergent). 2. Household bleach (Sodium chloride solution: 5.25%) or equivalent. 3. Clean five (5) gallon bucket. 4. Measuring Cup 5. An adaptor is needed to hold the Q.C.D. (Quick Connect/Disconnect) fitting on the concentrate suction line open. A connector from an empty bag will work. Sanitizing Procedure 1.
USER NOTICES Carefully read and follow all notices on the equipment and in this manual. They were written for your protection. All notices are to be kept in good condition. Replace any unreadable or damaged labels. Moving Parts. Risk Of Electrical Shock. Do not operate unit with this panel removed. Disconnect power before servicing unit. CHARGE Type R404A, Amount 10 oz Design Pressures: High 430 Low 80 32162.0000 (ULTRA-2) CHARGE Type R404A, Amount 9.