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  1. #14

    Re:manitowoc indigo -full bin problem

    Have you grounded your machine properly? Don’t uninstall anything before the manitowac service engineers come there. If you perceive the problem still, just switch off the machine and wait for them. It is the best idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trippintl0 View Post
    They already have a service bulletin about the ice dampers sticking on certain models and causing a false full bin condition..... If I remember right, you grind down the inside edge of the damper (the damper has the magnet and rotates down to trip the bin switch). If yours has a curtain this may not apply. Check Manitowoc website for applicable service bulletins. Good luck!
    I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by btack View Post
    I agree

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    what model uses this damper? .. not any I've seen & op never furnished m#

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    I think every indigo. At least all that I have installed and serviced IY is the designation for all the taco bells. Is just a little flap at the bottom of the evap used to be on the IBs and I think some qmQ module machines

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    def not all because none I've seen used it & even the class i recently attended didn't have any with a damper on display .. I'm still curious to know what happened with this machine in the OP

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    def not all because none I've seen used it & even the class i recently attended didn't have any with a damper on display .. I'm still curious to know what happened with this machine in the OP

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    Damper is not on the display it just a small curtain at the bottom of the evap that the curtain switch it's a attached to

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    i meant on display as in on display in the classroom lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    i meant on display as in on display in the classroom lol

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    Ah got yah! Haven't dealt with any of the free standing machine, lots of IY (on a Pepsi machine) put in around 50 had issues with about 3 dampers very strange issue. I think it actually had to do with the dispenser pushing ice into the dampers and damaging them. Manitowoc recommends filing the one end but I have one that still gives me the occasional problem.

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    Did you removed all the packing material? If you didn't,that might be the source of the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    what model uses this damper? .. not any I've seen & op never furnished m#
    Wiz, the dual or twin and quad evaps have this kind of set up. The twin s series had them too. Take a look at a Taco Bell unit.

    Also the BRAND new 48" Indigos have a damper set up and not a water curtain.

    Here is the link:

    http://www.manitowocice.com/docs/upl...rs/MII-087.pdf

    We just talked about this on our last free monthly service webcast.

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    thank you for clearing that up as I've been wondering about it. i will pass along the info to friends & industry acquaintances who are unfamiliar with the damper & this issue

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    Lowtemp,
    Were you able to contact Manitowoc's technical service dept and find the solution to the problem of "ice full"? I would love to know the answer.

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