ENGLISHIMPORTANT1. In order to carry out safe and proper installation of the product, please read this bookletcarefully beforehand and follow the instructions contained within.4) Remove the protective plastic film from the panels. Ifthe icemaker is exposed to the sun or to heat, removethe film after the icemaker cools.5) Check that the refrigerant lines do not rub or touchlines or other surfaces, and that the fan blade turnsfreely.2. On completion of the installation, start theicemaker to check for any abnormalities, andinstruct the user on how to use and maintainthe icemaker in accordance with the Instruction Manual.6) Check that the Compressor is snug on all mountingpads.7) See the Nameplate on the Rear Panel, and check thatyour voltage supplied corresponds with the voltagespecified on the Nameplate.3. This booklet should be handed over to theuser after the installation and be preservedby the user together with the InstructionManual for any further consultation that maybe necessary.8) Remove the shipping tapes securing the CubeGuide.2. HOW TO REMOVE PANELS - See Fig. 1WARNINGThe installation must be carried out by qualifiedpersonnel, in accordance with current regulations,according to the manufacturer’s instructions.1. UNPACKINGWARNINGChildren should not be allowed in reach of thepackaging elements (plastic bags and expandedpolystyrene) as they are potential sources ofdanger.CAUTIONRemove shipping carton, tape(s) and packing. Ifpacking material is left in the icemaker, it will notwork properly.Note: 1. This icemaker needs a storage bin. Therecommended storage bin is HOSHIZAKIICE STORAGE BIN, Model B-800 series.Fig. 12. The remote air-cooled model requiresHOSHIZAKI REMOTE CONDENSER UNIT,Model URC-12F-E.a) Front Panel . . . . . Remove the two screws.Lift up and pull toward you.1) After removing the packaging, make sure that theicemaker is in good condition. If in doubt, please donot use the equipment but apply to professionallyqualified personnel. See the instruction sheet attached to the Storage Bin for its unpacking andinstallation guidelines.b) Top Panel . . . . . . Remove the two screws,and then lift off.c) Side Panel (R) . . . Remove the screw.Pull slightly toward you, andtake off.2) Remove the panels to prevent damage wheninstalling the icemaker. (See “2. HOW TO REMOVEPANELS.”)d) Insulation Panel . . Remove the Thumbscrew.Lift up slightly, and pulltoward you.3) Remove the package containing the accessoriesfrom the compressor compartment.2

ENGLISH3. LOCATIONIMPORTANT1. This icemaker is not intended for outdoor use.Normal operating ambient temperature shouldbe within 7 C to 40 C. Normal operatingwater temperature should be within 7 C to 35 C. Operation of the icemaker, for extended periods, outside of these normal temperature ranges may affect production capacity.2. The icemaker should not be located next toovens, grills or other high heat producingequipment.Fig. 23. The location should provide a firm and levelfoundation for the equipment.CAUTIONBefore operating the icemaker, the Bin ControlThermostat must be installed correctly.4. Allow 15 cm. clearance at rear, sides and topfor proper air circulation and ease ofmaintenance and/or service should they berequired.5) Install the Bin Control Thermostat as follows. SeeFigures 3a and 3b.5. This appliance is not suitable for installationin an area where a water jet could be usedand where dripping is not allowed.(a) Remove the tie securing the Thermostat andBracket. Remove the Thermostat and the Bracketfrom the Shipping Hook by lifting them up andshifting them to the right.6. Do not place anything in front of the Louver.7. This icemaker will not work at subfreezingtemperatures. To prevent damage to the watersupply line, drain the icemaker when airtemperature is below zero.(b) Lower the Thermostat Bracket through the holelocated at the bottom of the icemaker.(c) Insert the Plug into the Receptacle on the Bracketuntil it locks in place(d) Secure the Thermostat Bracket in place with thetwo thumbscrews.4. INSTALLATION The installation must be carried out by qualified personnel, in accordance with current regulations,according to the manufacturer’s instruction. Incorrect installation can cause harm to people, animals the icemaker, or the installation location, forwhich the manufacturer cannot be held responsible.1) Unpack the Storage Bin, and attach the four adjustable legs provided (bin accessory) to the bottom of theStorage Bin.2) Position the Storage Bin in the selected permanentposition.3) Place the icemaker onto the top of the Storage Bintaking care not to damage the bin top sealing gasket.4) From the accessory pack, locate the two UniversalBraces and bolts to secure the icemaker to the Bin.(See Fig. 2).3Fig. 3a

ENGLISH(e) Remove the Bin Control Bracket Extension fromthe accessory bag.3) Unpack the second icemaker (upper unit), andremove all shipping cartons, tape(s) and packing.(f) Remove the Ice Deflector from the Bin.4) Remove the panels of the second icemaker.(g) Remove the two screws holding the ThermostatBulb Attachment to the end of the ThermostatBracket.5) Stack the upper unit on the top of the lower unit.6) From the accessory pack of the upper unit, locate thetwo Universal Braces and four bolts to secure theupper to the lower unit.(h) Use these two screws to attach the Bin ControlBracket Extension to the Thermostat Bracket.(i) Use the two 4 x 10 stainless steel screws in theaccessory bag to attach the Thermostat BulbAttachment to the end of the Bin Control BracketExtension.(j) Reinstall the Ice Deflector in the Bin.Fig. 47) Remove the Thermostat Bulb Attachment of theupper unit from the Thermostat Bracket.8) Route the Bin Control Thermostat CapillaryTubing of the upper unit through the bottom holeof the upper unit and into the lower unit andthen through the bottom hole of the lower unitinto the Bin. Secure the Thermostat Bulb of theupper unit, complete with its attachment, to thatof the lower unit with the screws previouslyremoved from the upper unit. (See Fig. 5.)Fig. 3b9) Insert the plug of the upper unit into the receptacleof the upper unit on the Bracket until it locks inplace.6) Level the icemaker/Storage Bin in both the left-toright and front-to-rear directions by turning the bin legadjusters with a wrench.10) Secure the Thermostat Bracket in position usingthe two thumbscrews.7) Replace the panels in their correct position.11) Place the panels of both machines back intoposition.5. STACKING TWO ICEMAKERS- See Fig. 4 & 51) Complete Section 4. “INSTALLATION” for the lowerunit.2) Remove the Top Panel and the Top Insulation of thelower unit. The Top Panel and the Top Insulation ofthe lower unit are not required when installing thesecond icemaker.4

ENGLISH The opening for the power supply connection is22.2 mm. diameter to fit a conduit. If a power cord is used to provide electricity to the icemakerin place of the permanent (conduit) connection, a glandshould be installed at the 22.2 mm. power supplyconnection. This gland should be of the correct size for thepower supply cord being installed. The size of theconductors of this power supply cord should be suitable forthe electrical consumption of this icemaker.As the colours of the wires in the terminal box of thisappliance may not correspond with field supplied wiring orwith the markings identifying the terminals in your powersupply receptacle, proceed as follows:The wire which is coloured Green-and-Yellow must beconnected to the terminal in the receptacle which is markedwith the letter E or by the symbolor coloured Greenor Green-and-Yellow. The wire which is coloured Bluemust be connected to the terminal which is marked with theletter “N” or coloured Black. The wire which is colouredBrown must be connected to the terminal which is markedwith the letter L or coloured Red. Usually an electrical permit and services of a licensedelectrician are required. Fig. 5For the electrical connection of the URC-12F-E remotecondenser unit to the fan motor junction of the KM1300SRH-E, an IPX4 rated conduit is recommended. If apower supply cord is used, the cord itself should be certifiedfor outdoor use and a gland rated IPX4 should be usedwhere the cord enters the model URC-12F-E remotecondenser. Usually an electrical permit and services of a licensedelectrician are required.6. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION7. INSTALLATION OF REMOTE CONDENSERUNIT (Remote Air-Cooled Model Only)WARNINGTHIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHEDThis icemaker requires an earth that meets the national and local electrical code requirements. Toprevent possible severe electrical shock to individuals or extensive damage to equipment, install aproper earth wire to the icemaker. Turn off the powersupply before any maintenance, repairs or cleaningis undertaken.[a] UNPACKING1) Unpack and remove shipping carton, tape(s) and packing.2) Check that the refrigerant lines do not rub or touch linesor other surfaces, and that the fan blade turns freely. This icemaker must have a separate power supply orreceptacle of proper capacity. See the Nameplate. Itis recommended that this icemaker be the only electricaldevice on its power supply circuit. Stacked icemakers should each have a separatereceptacle, but they must all be connected in parallelto the same single phase supply or circuit with sufficientampacity.5[b] LOCATIONThe condenser unit is intended for outdoor use and must bepositioned in a permanent, well ventilated site under thefollowing guidelines: Select a firm and flat site. Should not be exposed to harsh or adverse weatherconditions.

ENGLISH Preferably a dry and well ventilated area with 60 cmclearance on both front and rear for ease of maintenance and service should they be required. Normal condenser ambient temperature: -28 C to 50 C. Temperatures not within this operating rangemay affect the production capacity of the icemaker. The maximum line length for the standard refrigerantcharge is 20 meters. The absolute maximum line length is 30 meters andwill require an additional refrigerant charge. Pleasecontact your nearest Hoshizaki office listed in theInstruction Manual for guidance. The Condenser should not be installed more than 10meters above the height of the icemaker or more than3 meters below it measured from fitting to fitting.Note: If the recommended guidelines of the installationare exceeded, the icemaker performance maybe reduced.2) Eight mounting holes are provided to secure theCondenser to the site surface (bolts not supplied).3) Install enough length of the two copper tubingsbetween the icemaker and condenser unit. Precharged tubes have fitted Aeroquip couplings. Avoidexcess loops or coils to eliminate oil traps or crimpsin the tubing. Both tubes should always be separately insulated. See Fig. 8. A connector kit “OS-QUICK” is available for fieldfabricated lines from HOSHIZAKI EUROPE. R-404A precharged tubing kits, available as optionalequipment also from HOSHIZAKI EUROPE, arerecommended.4) Line sets fabricated in the field should be leak testedand evacuated before connection to the icemaker/condenser through the charging ports on theAeroquip couplings and charged with R-404A refrigerant vapor to a pressure of 15-30 PSIG (1-2 bar).Note: Factory fabricated tubing kits are precharged anddo not need to be evacuated.5) Remove the plastic caps protecting the couplings.Lubricate the coupling threads and O-rings withclean refrigerant oil of a type suitable for R404A.6) Connect and tighten the couplings onto the icemakerand Condenser as follows until they bottom out andthen a further 1/4 turn to ensure a good brass-tobrass contact.Icemaker discharge refrigerant line:1/2" OD tubing to “DIS” of condenser unitIcemaker liquid refrigerant line:3/8" OD tubing to “LIQ” of condenser unitFig. 6[c] INSTALLATION1) Secure the Legs to the condenser unit with eightM8 x 16 mm. Hexagon Bolts and M8 Nuts as shownin the illustration. See Fig. 7.Note: Locate the Legs symmetrically.Fig.8Fig. 76

ENGLISHNote: Care should be taken that the unit, line set andCondenser contain the same type refrigerantprior to making connections. Mixing of refrigerants will result in improper operation and possible damage to the refrigeration system. Makethe connections at the remote condenser first andthen at the icemaker.7) Thoroughly leak test the coupling joints. If a power supply cord is used instead of the conduitto connect the URC-12F-E to the fan motor junctionbox of the KM-1300SRH-E, this cord should be ratedfor outdoor use. At the entrance to theURC-12F-E, a certified gland rated IPX4 should beused where the cord enters the URC-12F-E. Recommended conductor size is .75mm2. Usually an electrical permit and services of a licensedelectrician are required.[d] ELECTRICAL CONNECTION1) Remove the four screws and the Panel of the remotecondenser.WARNINGTHIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHEDThis remote condenser unit requires an earth thatmeets the national and local electrical code requirements. To prevent possible severe electrical shockto individuals or extensive damage to equipment,install a proper earth wire to the icemaker. Turn offthe power supply before any maintenance, repairsor cleaning is undertaken.2) Remove the two screws and the Junction Box Coveron the remote condenser.3) Remove the screw and the URC Fan Motor JunctionBox Cover on the icemaker. This condenser unit must be connected to the FanMotor Junction Box on the icemaker. The opening for the power supply connection is 22.2mm. to fit a conduit.4) Connect the Fan Motor leads in the Junction Box ofthe remote condenser unit to the Fan Motor leads inthe Junction Box of the HOSHIZAKI remote air-cooledicemaker. The Fan Motors in the URC-12F-E operate on 115 V AC. Do not connect the URC-12F-E tothe 230 V AC mains power supply.5) Install an earth ground wire from the icemaker to theremote condenser unit.6) Replace the Panel and the Junction Box Cover in theiroriginal positions.Fig. 97

ENGLISH[e] STACKING THE CONDENSER UNIT1) Secure the lower condenser unit to the Legs with eightbolts.2) Remove the Top Panel of the lower condenser.3) Place the upper condenser unit on the top of the lower.4) Secure the upper condenser unit with the four screwsfrom the Top Panel of the lower condenser.5) Install refrigerant lines, and make electrical connection for each Fan Motor as shown in Items [c] and [d].and/or freeze up. A minimum of 13 mm. OD coppertubing is recommended for the water supply lines. Water supply pressure should be a minimum of .7 barand a maximum of 8 bar. If the pressure exceeds 8 bar,the use of a pressure reducing valve is required. DoNOT throttle back the supply tap. Drain outlet for icemaker dump and storage bin is3/4" FPT. The drain for condensation is a 10 mm. IDpipe. The icemaker drain and the condenser drainpiping connections must be made separately from thebin drain. The sump drain should be vented to insurean adequate flow rate during the harvest cycle. (SeeFig. 11). Do NOT use solder type fittings as the application ofheat to the icemaker/bin may result in damage to theinternal connections. The drains must have 2 cm. fall per 30 cm. on horizontalruns to get a good flow. The drains should not be piped directly to the sewersystem. An air gap of a minimum of 5 vertical cm.should be between the end of the drain pipe from theicemaker or the ice bin and the floor drain. (SeeFig. 11). This icemaker should be installed in accordance withapplicable national, provincial and local regulations.Fig. 10 In some areas, a back flow preventer may be requiredin the cooling water circuit.8. WATER SUPPLY AND DRAIN CONNECTIONS- See Fig. 11WARNINGTo prevent damage to the pump assembly, do notoperate the icemaker when the water supply is OFF,or if the pressure is below .7 bar. Do not run theicemaker until the proper water pressure is reached. Only potable water should be used for the icemakersupply. Connection to the water services should be done by aprofessionally qualified person. Water supply inlet is 1/2" female pipe thread (FPT). A water supply line shut-off valve and drain valve shouldbe installed. A ball valve is recommended for the shutoff valve. A type of valve other than a ball valve shouldnot have a minimum opening smaller than the watersupply line ID as this can cause a reduced water flowrate which can lead to poor defrost performance8

ENGLISH9. START UPKM-1300SAH-EKM-1300SRH-EWARNING1. This icemaker is designed to produce edibleice. To keep the icemaker sanitary: Wash your hands before removing ice. Use the Plastic Scoop provided (accessory). Keep the Scoop clean. Clean it by using aneutral cleaner and rinsing thoroughly. The Storage Bin is for ice use only. Do notstore anything else in the Bin. Close the Door after removing ice to prevententrance of dirt, dust or insects into theStorage Bin.2. The use of any electrical equipment involvesthe observance of some fundamental rules.In particular: Instances of high humidity and moistureincrease the risk of electrical short circuitsand potential electrical shocks. If in doubt,disconnect the icemaker. Do not use the icemaker when you havebare feet. Do not pull the electricity supply wire inorder to disconnect the icemaker from thefeed network. This appliance is not suitable for unsupervised use by young children or aged orinfirm persons.3. All parts are factory-adjusted. Improper adjustments may result in failure.4. If the unit is turned off, wait for at least 3minutes before restarting the icemaker toprevent damage to the Compressor.Fig. 115. Do not operate the unit in the “WASH” positionwithout water in the Water Tank. This willcause damage to the Water Pump seal.1) Open the Water Supply Line Shut-off Valve.2) Remove the Front Panel.3) Move the Control Switch, on the Control Box, to the“ICE” position.4) Replace the Front Panel in its correct position.5) Turn on the power supply and allow the Water Tankto fill with water and the icemaker to operate foratotal of 10 minutes. (See 10 for sequence of operation.)9

ENGLISH6) Check the water supply and drain connections forwater leaks.7) Turn off the power supply, and remove the FrontPanel.8) Remove the Insulation Panel. Remove the Caplocated on the front bottom part of the Ice DroppingHole. Drain the Water Tank to flush any loosedebris. See Fig. 12.BIN CONTROL CHECK1) With the Front Panel in place, remove the thumbscrews along the upper edge of the storage bin icedeflector and allow it to pivot on the side fixings.2) Hold some ice against the Bin Control Bulb. Theicemaker should stop within 6 to 10 seconds.3) Replace the thumbscrews and close the bin door.4) Check that the icemaker re-starts.10. OPERATIONThe steps in the sequence are as follows:1) 1 Minute Fill CycleThe unit always starts in the 1 minute fill cycle. Whenpower is applied to the unit, the water valve is energized and the fill period begins. After 1 minute theboard checks for a closed float switch. If the floatswitch is closed the harvest cycle begins. If not,the unit will not start without adequate water inthe sump. This serves a low water safety shut off. Thewater valve will remain energized through additional1 minute cycles until water enters the sump and thefloat switch closes.2) 1st Harvest CycleFig. 129) Replace the Cap, Insulation Panel and Front Panelin their correct positions.10) Clean the Storage Bin.11) Turn on the power supply, and start theautomatic icemaking process.12) Wait until a complete icemaking and defrost cycleis completed.The compressor starts, hot gas valve opens, watervalve remains open and harvest begins. As theevaporator warms, the thermistor located on thesuction line checks for a 9 C temperature. When 9 Cis reached, the harvest is turned over to the adjustable control board defrost timer which is factory setfor normal conditions. This adjustment can vary thedefrost timer from 1 to 3 minutes.3) Freeze CycleAfter the timer terminates the harvest cycle, the hotgas and water valves close, and the ice productioncycle starts. For the first 5 minutes the controllerboard will not accept a signal from the float switch.This 5 minute minimum freeze acts as a short cycleprotection. At the end of 5 minutes the float switchassumes control. As ice builds on the evaporator thewater level in the sump lowers. The freeze continuesuntil the float switch opens and terminates ice production.10

ENGLISH4) Harvest Pump Out6) Has the power supply voltage been checked ortested against the nameplate rating? And has aproper earth ground been installed in the icemaker?When the float switch opens and signals the completion of the freeze cycle, the harvest cycle begins. Thehot gas valve opens and the compressor continuesto run. The drain timer starts counting the 10/20second pump out.7) Are the Water Supply Line Shut-off Valve and DrainValve installed? Has the water supply pressurebeen checked to ensure a minimum of .7 bar anda maximum of 8 bar?The water pump stops for 2 seconds and reverses,taking water from the bottom of the sump and forcingpressure against the check valve seat allowingwater to go through the check valve and down thedrain. At the same time water flows through thesmall tube to power flush the float switch. When thedrain timer stops counting, the pump-out is complete.Note: The icemaker may stop running when the watersupply is OFF, or if the pressure is below .7 bar.When the proper water pressure is reached,the icemaker automatically starts running again.8) Have the compressor hold-down bolts and refrigerant lines been checked against vibration andpossible failure?Pump-out always occurs on the 1st harvest after theinitial freeze cycle. The control board allows foradjustment for pump-out to occur every cycle, orevery 2nd, 5th or 10th cycle from this point.9) Has the Bin Control Switch been checked for correctoperation?5) Normal Harvest Cycle10) Has the end user been given the instruction manual,and instructed on how to operate the icemaker andthe importance of the recommended periodic maintenance?The water valve opens to allow water to assist theharvest. As the evaporator warms, the thermistorreaches 9 C. The control board receives the thermistor signal and starts the defrost timer. The watervalve is open during harvest (defrost) for a maximumof 6 minutes or the length of harvest, whichever isshorter. When the defrost timer completes its countdown, the defrost cycle is complete and the nextfreeze cycle starts.11) Has the end user been given the name and telephone number of an authorized service agent?The unit continues through 3), 4) and 5) sequenceuntil the bin control senses ice and shuts the unitdown.Note: If the icemaker does not start or complete acycle of operation, contact your nearestHoshizaki Distributor for guidance.11. FINAL CHECK LIST1) Is the icemaker level?2) Is the icemaker in a site where the ambient temperature is within 7 C to 40 C all year around?3) Is there at least a 15 cm. clearance around theicemaker for maintenance or service?4) Have all shipping tape(s), packing and cartonsbeen removed from the icemaker? Are the cubeguides in their correct position? Are the separatorsproperly attached to their holding clips?5) Have all electrical and piping connections beenmade?11

DEUTSCHACHTUNG1. Damit das Gerät sicher und korrekt installiertwird, ist zuerst dieses Handbuch sorgfältigdurchzulesen, und die darin enthaltenenAnweisungen sind zu befolgen.2. Im Anschluß an die Installation ist dieEismaschine einzuschalten, um sie aufUnregelmäßigkeiten beim Betrieb zuüberprüfen, und der Benutzer ist darin zuunterweisen, wie die Eismaschineentsprechend der Bedienungsanleitung zubenutzen und instandzuhalten ist.3. Dieses Handbuch ist dem Benutzer nach derInstallation zu übergeben und ist vom Benutzerzusammen mit der Bedienungsanleitungaufzubewahren, damit beides bei Bedarf zuRate gezogen werden kann.ACHTUNGDie Installation ist von qualifiziertemPersonal entsprechend den aktuellenBestimmungen und den Anweisungen desHerstellers auszuführen.3) Die Packung mit dem Zubehör aus demKompressorfach herausnehmen.4) Die Kunststoffschutzfolie von der Maschineabziehen. Wenn die Eismaschine Sonne oderWärme ausgesetzt ist, ist die Folie erstabzuziehen, nachdem die Eismaschine abgekühltist.5) Überprüfen Sie, daß die Kühlmittelleitungen nichtgegen andere Leitungen oder Oberflächen reibenoder diese berühren und daß sich derGebläseflügel frei drehen kann.6) Überprüfen Sie, daß der Kompressor fest auf denUnterlagen sitzt.7) Auf dem Typenschild auf der Rückseiteüberprüfen, ob Ihre Netzspannung der Spannungentspricht, die auf dem Typenschild angegeben ist.8) Das Band abnehmen, mit dem die Würfelführungfür den Versand gesichert wird.2. ABNAHME DER PLATTEN – SieheAbbildung 11. AUSPACKENACHTUNGKindern sollten keinen Zugang zumVerpackungsmaterial (Kunststoffbeutel undPolystyrol) haben, da dieses eine möglicheGefahrenquelle ackungsmaterialabnehmen.WennVerpackungsmaterial in der Eismaschine gelassenwird, arbeitet diese nicht richtig.Anmerkung: 1. Diese Eismaschine benötigt einenVorratsbehälter. Der empfohleneVorratsbehälter ist der HOSHIZAKIEISVORRATSBEHÄLTER, ModellSerie B-800.2. Modelle mit Fernluftkühlungerfordern die FERNKONDENSATORANLAGE des TypsURC-12F-E von HOSHIZAKI.1) Nach Entfernung des Verpackungsmaterialssollten Sie überprüfen, daß die Eismaschine ingutem Zustand ist. Im Zweifelsfall sollten Sie dasGerät nicht in Gebrauch nehmen, sondern sich anqualifizierte Fachkräfte wenden. Die Hinweise fürdas Auspacken und die Installation finden sich imAnleitungsblatt, das dem Vorratsbehälter beiliegt.2) Die Platten abnehmen, um eine Beschädigungwährend der Installation der Eismaschine zuverhindern. (Siehe “2. ABNAHME DER PLATTEN”.)Abb. 1a) Frontplatte . Die beiden Schrauben entfernen.Anheben und nach vorneabziehen.b) Obere Platte . Die beiden Schrauben entfernen,dann abnehmen.c) Seitenplatte (R) . Die Schraube entfernen. Etwasnach vorne ziehen und dannabnehmen.d) Isolierplatte . Die Flügelschraube entfernen.Leicht anheben und nach vorneabziehen.12

DEUTSCH3. STANDORT3)Die Eismaschine oben auf den Vorratsbehälterstellen und dabei darauf achten, daß die Dichtungoben im Vorratsbehälter nicht beschädigt wird.ACHTUNG1. Diese Eismaschine ist nicht für den Einsatzim Freien gedacht. Die normaleUmgebungstemperatur bei Betrieb solltezwischen 7oC und 40oC liegen. Dienormale Wassertemperatur bei Betrieb solltezwischen 7oC und 35oC liegen. Wenn dieEismaschine für längere Zeit außerhalbdieses normalen Temperaturbereichsbetrieben wird, kann die Produktionskapazität beeinträchtigt werden.4) Zur Befestigung der Eismaschine am Behälter diebeiden Universalhalter und Schrauben imZubehörpaket ausfindig machen. (Siehe Abb. 2)2. Die Eismaschine sollte nicht neben Öfen,Grills oder anderen Geräten aufgestelltwerden, die hohe Temperaturen erzeugen.3. Der Standort sollte einen festen und ebenenUntergrund für das Gerät bieten.4. An Rückseite, Seiten und über der Oberseitesollte ein Freiraum von 15 cm vorhandensein, damit die Luft gut zirkulieren kann und,falls notwendig, Zugang für Instandhaltungund/oder Wartung gegeben ist.Abb. 2VORSICHTVor der Inbetriebnahme der Eismaschinesicherstellen, daß der Thermostat des Behältersvorschriftsmäßig angebracht ist.5. Dieses Gerät eignet sich nicht für dieInstallation in Bereichen, in denenStrahlwasser verwendet werden könnte oderin denen Tropfwasser nicht zulässig ist.5) Thermostat des Behälters wie folgt installieren.Siehe Bild 3a und 3b.6. Nichts vor die Lüftungsschlitze stellen.(a) Das Befestigungsband des Thermostats unddes Halters entfernen. Thermostat und Halteranheben und nach rechts bewegen, um sievom Transporthaken abzunehmen.7. Diese Eismaschine arbeitet nicht beiTemperaturen unter dem Gefrierpunkt. Umeine Beschädigung der Wasserleitung zuverhindern, ist die Eismaschine zu entleeren,wenn die Lufttemperatur unter Null Grad fällt.(b) Thermostathalter durch die Öffnung unten inder Eismaschine hinablassen.4. INSTALLATION(c) Stecker in die Aufnahmeöffnung am Haltereinführen, bis er einrastet. Die Installation ist von qualifiziertem Personalentsprechend den aktuellen Bestimmungen undden Anweisungen des Herstellers auszuführen. Falsche Installation kann zu Verletzungen vonMensch und Tier, einer Beschädigung der Eismaschine oder anderen Sachschäden führen, fürdie der Hersteller keine Haftung übernehmen kann.(d) Thermostathalter mit den beidenFlügelschrauben sichern.1)Den Vorratsbehälter auspacken und diemitgelieferten vier justierbaren Füße(Behälterzubehör) unten am Vorratsbehälteranbringen.2)Den Vorratsbehälter am gewählten, permanentenAufstellungsplatz aufstellen.Abb. 3a13

DEUTSCH(e) Die Halterverlängerung des Behälterreglersaus der Tüte mit dem Zubehör nehmen.(f) Eisrinne vom Behälter abmontieren.(g) Die beiden Schrauben, mit denen dieBirnenfassung des Thermostats am Ende desThermostathalters befestigt ist, abnehmen.(h) Mit diesen beiden Schrauben dieHalterverlängerung des Behälterreglers amThermostathalter befestigen.2) Obere Platte und obere Isolierplatte der unterenEinheit entfernen. Die obere Platte und die obereIsolierplatte der unteren Einheit werden nichtbenötigt, wenn eine zweite Eismaschineinstalliert wird.3) Die zweite Eismaschine (obere E

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