How It Works - KitchenAid KUIS185S Installation Instructions Manual

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(consult
your
electrical
inspector),
a temporary
adapter
may be plugged
into the existing
2-prong
wall
receptacle
to mate
wrth
the
Z&prong
power
supply
cord.
See
Figure
7.
THIS, HOWEVER,
IS NOT RE-
COMMENDED.
If this is done,
you must connect
the grounding
eyelet
on the
adapter
to the wall
receptacle
cover
plate
screw and from
this
same screw,
you must connect
a separate
copper
ground
wire
(No. 4 minimum)
to a grounded
cold water
pipe'.
See Figure
7. Do not ground
to a gas supply
pipe
Do not connect
to
electrical
supply
until
appliance
is permanently
grounded.
'Cold
water
pipe
must
have
metal
conttnurty
to electrrcal
ground
and
not be Interrupted
by plastrc.
rubber
or other
electrrcally
tnsulatrng
connectors
(tncludrng
water
meter
or
pump)
wrthout
addrng
a lumper
wrre al these
connectrons
GROUND
ASSEMBLY
(ATTACH
TO GROUNDED
COLD
WATER
PIPE)
MUST
BE TIGHT
ELECTRICALLY
GROUNDED
COLD
WATER
PIPE (REMOVE
GROUND
WIRE
tit4
MINIMUM)
/
3-PRONG
GROUNDING
PLUG
WALL
R
POWER
SUPPLY
CORD
FIGURE
7
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ECEPTACLE
HOW IT
WORKS
0 Compressor
runs
0 Condenser
fan runs
0
Water
pump
runs (circulates
water)
0
Cutter
grid is warm
to touch
WHEN THE DESIRED ICE SLAB
THICKNESS IS REACHED, THE
HARVEST CYCLE BEGINS AND THE
FOLLOWING HAPPENS:
0
Evaporator
thermostat
is satisfied
0
Compressor
keeps
running
0
Condenser
fan stops
or turns
very slowly
0
Water
pump
stops
0
Hot gas solenoid
opens
0
Water
inlet valve
opens
0
Excess
water
is flushed
out of the drain
pan
0
Cutter
grid is warm
to the touch
NOTE:
Normal harvest
cycle takes 60 to 120
seconds.
MACHINE RESUMES FREEZING AFTER
SLAB IS RELEASED FROM
EVAPORATOR AND THE CUTTING
PROCESS BEGINS.
WHEN THE STORAGE BIN IS FILLED,
BIN THERMOSTAT OPENS.
0
Cutter
grid
remains
on
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