KING Beverage Co., Inc.
49 Cedar Swamp Road
Smithfield, RI 02917
Check the following items
before you call for service:
- Is the dispenser or carbonator electric
- Are any of the fuse box circuit breakers
in the "off" position?
- Is there syrup remaining in the
container and is it properly connected?
- Is there CO2remaining
and are pressure regulators properly adjusted?
- Is the water supply off and are
the water or other supply lines crimped?
- Are the dispensing faucets calibrated
properly for ratio?
- If your system is ice cooled, is there
covering the bottom of the ice bin?
- If your system is electrically cooled,
is there anything obstructing the flow of air through the grill?
|TROUBLESHOOTING BAG IN BOX
If no syrup is dispensed at any valve
for a product, or if the valve(s) sputter or foam while dispensing (and
diffusers are not missing)...
The above prevents syrup leaks at the
bag in box and also keeps air out of system. If the connection allows excess
air in system, sputtering and/or foaming will result.
- Rinse line connector in warm water each
time before connecting new box.
- Be sure line connector and bag connector
are hand tight and not cross threaded.
- Ensure that none of the clear plastic
lines between the bib and pumps are pinched (boxes sitting on lines, etc.).
- Check that you have not run out of CO2.
- Check the CO2 pressure to
After checking items 1 - 5, if the bag
selector had not switched to a full bag automatically, switch it manually.
(The indicator on the bag selector points to the bib from which syrup is
being drawn.) It should now work normally after correcting above items.
Dispense the product continuously for
30 seconds to see if problem is corrected.
If items 1 - 6 do not correct problem:
- Set at 65 PSIG for sugar and diet products.
- May set seperate diet product regulator,
if present, at 50 to 65 PSIG.
- Check for syrup leaks throughout system.
- Check for very large air bubbles normally
until air bubbles pass through.
|After checking the above call: