1. Turn on the incoming water supply line and inspect both inside
and outside of the brewer for leaks in all fittings and tubes
2. Turn on the incoming power.
3. Press the brewer's main power switch, which is hidden behind the
front leg of the brewer. The control panel on/off switch will begin
flashing. Press this switch.
4. Within 6 seconds, the hot water tank will begin filling until the
water is sensed by the probe at the top of the tank. The display will
read "FILL". The heaters will be disabled by the control board until
the tank is full.
5. While the water is heating, the display will read "LO". Once the
temperature has reached 175°F, the actual water temperature will
also be displayed. After the water has reached the set
temperature, the display will be blank. There is no "ready" light.
6. Review the Operating Instructions. Brew one full batch (water
only) on each side to confirm proper fill levels. The brewer is
factory set with water only (no coffee) to dispense the correct
amount of water. If the actual volume is slightly different from the
programmed volume, fine tuning the brewer may be necessary.
See #60 – 63 in the Advanced Settings & Diagnostics section.
7. Re-attach the covers after one final inspection for leaks. Look
closely in the top of the brewer at the dispense fittings during this
Review the operating procedures with whoever will be using the
brewer. Pay particular attention to the following areas:
1. Always pre-heat the dispensers before the first use of each day by
filling them half way with hot water, and letting them stand for at
least 15 minutes.
2. Don't remove the brew basket until it has stopped dripping.
3. Make sure the dispenser is empty before brewing into it.
4. Show how to attach covers, close, and or secure the thermal
dispensers for transporting.
5. Show the location and operation of the water shut off valve as well
as the circuit breaker for the brewer.
6. Steam from the tank will form condensation in the vent tubes. This
condensation will drip into and then out of the brew baskets. 1/4
cup discharging overnight is possible. Place an appropriate
container under each brew basket when not in use.
7. We recommend leaving the power to the brewer on overnight. The
water tank is well insulated and will use very little electricity to
keep the tank hot. Leaving the brewer in the on position will also
avoid delays at the beginning of shifts for the brewer to reach
OFF = NO POWER
FLASHING = MAIN POWER ON
LIT = CONTROL PANEL ON