ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE
Ensure that the ice machine has been stored upright when packed. Do not allow the ice
machine to be placed in any other position for longer than 5 minutes. If the ice machine has
been stored in any other than the upright position, allow the unit to stand upright at least 12
hours before connecting power and operating. Failure to do so may allow oil to lock the
compressor, rendering the unit unserviceable and possibly damaging the compressor.
Observe these precautions with any item possessing a refrigeration system.
1. Attach the legs (1) onto the ice storage bin (2).
2. Remove the front panel from the ice maker. Remove the screws retaining the front cover, and remove
the front cover.
The ice machine is a four person lift. Do not attempt to lift or move the ice machine without
sufficient assistance. Failure to observe safety precautions may result in serious injury to
3. Place the ice maker (3) onto the storage bin (2).
4. Line up the ice maker (3), and check that there is a good seal between the ice maker and the storage
5. Attach the ice maker (3) to the bin (2) using the straps (4) and bolts shipped with the ice machine.
6. Remove the rubber cap from the end of the thermostat bracket (5).
7. Attach the bin thermostat bracket (5) to the bottom of the ice maker using the thumb screws provided.
8. There are pre-drilled and tapped holes located just behind the cube drop area. The end of the bin
thermostat bracket (5) with the plastic tubing on it will fit into the hole in the base of the machine.
9. Locate and uncoil a portion of the bin thermostat capillary tube (6).
10. Route the end of the capillary tube (6) into and through the bin thermostat bracket tube (5). It should
be inserted the full length of the tube, but not past the end.
11. Connect the ice maker to the water distribution manifold (7). It may be necessary to adapt the ice
maker water connection using components from the Force Provider Water Distribution Kit, TRICON
12. Install the front panel and retain with screws.