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  1. #14
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    ELOCTRONIC KOLD DRAFT units since you would be on it every month or so which was GREAT for $$$$ service!

    Unless you sold it... then you were married to the POS.
    Experience is what you have an hour after you need it.

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    Hoshizaki
    http://www.hoshizakiamerica.com/
    Manitowoc
    http://www.manitowocice.com/Home/Home.asp
    Scotsman
    http://www.scotsman-ice.com/support/manualwelcome.pdf
    Iceomatic
    http://www.iceomatic.com/
    Crystal Tips
    NO ONE HOME...
    Cornelius
    http://www.cornelius.com/


    Thanks for the info, I found these sites with downloadeble pdf tech manuals and training manuals...
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    Kold-draft
    http://www.kold-draft.com/index.html
    have to register to get tech manual online, but it's easy

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    Originally posted by baub
    ELOCTRONIC KOLD DRAFT units since you would be on it every month or so which was GREAT for $$$$ service!

    Unless you sold it... then you were married to the POS.
    And heaven help you if you leased them out

    But giving the devil it's due, they dumped so damned much water that they didn't scale up as quick as other machines.


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    But giving the devil it's due, they dumped so damned much water that they didn't scale up as quick as other machines.

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    Do you remember the harvest sound? The water plate breaking off from the rock hard ice on the evap. plate? Hot gas was shooting above the evap cells, not btwn the water plate and evap. I always thought about how hard it is to separate ice from a frozen sidewalk. And yet these machines did it 40+ times a day.



    Experience is what you have an hour after you need it.

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    Originally posted by baub
    Do you remember the harvest sound? The water plate breaking off from the rock hard ice on the evap. plate? Hot gas was shooting above the evap cells, not btwn the water plate and evap. I always thought about how hard it is to separate ice from a frozen sidewalk. And yet these machines did it 40+ times a day.
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    I remember the first time I laid eyes on one of them. The $$$$ signs lit up in my head. I thought of how me and this machine would become lifelong friends



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