Half Batch 1 ½ min. 2 - 2 ¼ min. 2 ¾ - 3 min. (Not available on CBS-51H10) (Allow an extra 2-4 minutes for coffee to finish dripping) Coffee Filter Size: CBS-51H10 CBS-51H15, 52H15, & 52H20 Water Requirements: 20-75 psig 13”...
Electrical Configuration and Brewing Efficiency CBS-51H10 1.0 gallon per batch Electrical Heater Voltage Maximum Batches per Hour (max 13) Config. Code Configuration Connection Phase Wires Amp draw Cold Water Hot Water C50016 1 X 1800 watt 1 ph. 2 + ground 15.8...
Here are the key points to consider before installation: Electrical: All FETCO brewers require NEUTRAL. Ground is not an acceptable substitute. Installation without neutral may cause damage to the electronic components. The power connection to L2 on the terminal block must be at least 105 volts. Less than 105 volts will cause erratic behavior from the brewer.
Electrical Connection 1. Verify that the actual voltage at the electrical service connection is compatible with the specifications on the brewer’s serial number label. Make sure the electrical service includes neutral. 2. The temperature and water tank fill level are pre-set at the factory. There is no need to turn off the heaters during the installation process.
This step is very important to the overall success of the brewing operation. READY FETCO avoids the damaging affects of heat on fresh brewed coffee by using highly insulated dispensers. The dispenser must be pre-heated with hot water from the brewer. This preheating process ensures that the coffee in the first brew starts out hot.
Service Warranty All FETCO brewers come with a limited warranty. All warranty service must be pre-authorized by calling the FETCO Service Department at (800) 338-2699. Principles of Operation Fill System The fill system consists of a liquid level control board, a water level probe at the top of the tank, a fill valve, and a fill tube.
The brew water travels down the dispense tube to the sprayhead assembly. The flow disc above the spray cutter controls the rate of flow over the coffee. The standard hole in the flow disc is .240”, except for the CBS-51H10, which is .219”.
Mechanical Illustration - Dispense System DISPENSE FITTING ASSY: DISPENSE FITTING BREW START/STOP DISPENSE LATCH ASSEMBLY: DISPENSE FITTING LOCKNUT SOLENOID ASSY, PUSH ROD, MICROSWITCH, HANDLE RETURN SEAL SOLENOID LATCH PLATE ASSY SPRING SEAL LOCKNUT WATER LEVEL PROBE BREW START/STOP HANDLE BY-PASS TUBE DISPENSE TUBE CONTROL PANEL BY-PASS VALVE...
Adjustments Thermostat Adjustment: During normal operation, the digital readout displays the last two digits of the actual water temperature. When the adjustment tool is turned, the readout begins flashing to indicate the set point, not the actual temperature. After the tool is released, the readout stops flashing and displays the actual temperature again.
A second yellow LED lights when the HEAT circuit is energized. Bypass Adjustment: (Not available on CBS-51H10) The purpose of the bypass valve is to allow a portion of the brewing water to flow between the brew basket and the wire insert, directly into the server, without coming in contact with the coffee grounds.
Brewer Parts Parts drawings for models CBS-51H10 and CBS-52H20 were not available at the time of publication. Listed below are the major components for these models. CBS-51H10 PART # DESCRIPTION K033 DIGITAL THERMOSTAT KIT, 100-120VAC K035 DIGITAL THERMOSTAT KIT, 200-240VAC (EXPORT)
(overfills but does stop) SOME BREWS Thermal server not empty -Empty the server and try again Brew basket or filter overflows -Call FETCO Service Dept. to discuss. (800) 338-2699 Weak Coffee Spray head missing -Attach spray head assembly. Improper dose...
Brewing Problem Possible Cause Solution Spray head / brew basket drips either Cracked dispense tube/s -Replace both dispense tubes even if other side is not (This problem starts out minor but dripping side or both gets steadily worse) MAJOR Fill valve not sealing -See next section - “Brewer won’t stop brewing”, “Bad or (Will drip even with power off.) stuck fill valve”.