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WL3000 Technical Manual - May 2014

Technical Manual

Declaration
Waterlogic International Ltd

Welcome to your new Waterlogic machine.


This Technical Manual is to help you get great tasting water cup
after cup by making the most of the products features.

Index
Machine Overview
Mains Parts Layout
Pre Delivery Inspection Procedures (PDI)
Installation Procedures
Instructions on Changing the CO2 Bottle
Installation Kit
Operational Instructions
Programming Instructions
Menu Options
Maintenance and Servicing
Sanitising the Machine
Descaling a Waterlogic Machine
Troubleshooting
Technical Specification
Environmental Information
End of Life
Biocote
How Carbonated Water is Created
Electrical Wiring Diagram and Main PCB Schematic Diagram
Wetted Parts Diagrams
Main Parts List (Models WLMHC3000/WLMCW3000)

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1. The installation, maintenance and sanitizing procedures must be carried out by persons trained by
Waterlogic International or their approved distributors. Do not remove any panels or covers unless
acceptable in this instruction.
2. When any abnormal case happens, firstly unplug the appliance.
3. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
4. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
5. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above if they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and if they understand the
hazards involved. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children unless they are older
than 8 and supervised. Keep the appliance and its power cord out of reach of children aged less than
8 years.
6. Appliances can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
7. Children must not play with the appliance.
8. If the supply cord or the detachable cord sets are damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
9. The detachable hose-sets and the connection kit used to connect the main water are supplied by
the technician. Dont reuse the old ones.
10. The appliance is to be supplied through a residual current device (RCD) having a rated residual
operating current not exceeding 30mA.
11. This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as
- staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working environments;
- farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments;
- bed and breakfast type environments;
- catering and similar non-retail applications.
12. This appliance contains a UV-C emitter (UV lamp)
13. Unintended use of the appliance or damage to the housing may result in the escape of dangerous
UV-C radiation. UV-C radiation may, even in little doses, cause harm to the eyes and skin.
14. Appliances that are obviously damaged must not be used.
15. The replacement of the UV lamp must be carried out by personnel trained by Waterlogic International
or their approved distributors.
16. Read the maintenance instructions before opening the appliance.
17. The appliance must be disconnected from the power supply before replacing the UV lamp.
18. The UV lamp must be replaced at 6 month intervals or when necessary. If the unit is placed
in a high use area, the UV lamp will need to be replaced more frequently.
The quartz spiral can be cleaned by using an ultrasonic bath if needed.
19. WARNING: Do not operate the UV lamp when it is removed from the appliance enclosure.

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Machine Overview
WL 3000

COLD TANK
The cold tank is manufactured from 304 stainless steel which is noncorrosive,
inert and reflects ultraviolet light. The temperature of the cold tank is controlled
by a microprocessor and can be set between 3 degrees and 12 degrees C. We
recommend the cold water be set at 5 degrees C, this being ideal temperature for
a cold drink. The capacity of the tank is two litres and it is sealed with the ultraviolet
(UV) light in the centre. When the water is stored in the cold tank it is chilled and
exposed to UV at the same time, this protects the water from bacteria growth.

The WL3000 is available in five


options:
a) Cold, Hot & Sparkling (Full Option)
b) Cold & Hot
c) Cold & Ambient
d) Cold & Sparkling
e) Cold Only

HOT TANK

When reading this manual, note the


differences between the options and
focus on the particular sections that
concern the unit installed.

The hot water tank has a two litre capacity; it is manufactured from 304 stainless
steel and is heated by a 1350 Watt heating element. Temperature of the hot tank is
controlled by the Microprocessor and can be set between 70C and 95 degrees C.
It is recommended that hot temperature is set at 87 degrees C, this being the ideal
temperature for instant drinks. A thermal cut out is fitted to the hot tank to prevent
overheating. The tank is fed water via a scale inhibiting filter to increase the tank
life. Setting the hot water temperature at 87 C also helps stop scale forming in the
hot tank.

COLD AND SPARKLING TANK


The WL3000 incorporates a unique and patented split tank to make sparkling water.
This technology is part of a double tank system that allows rapid regeneration of
carbonated drinks and high volume of cold still water.

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FILTERS

WATER VALVES

The filtration system on the WL3000 is carried out in three stages. Stage one is
the reduction of dirt and sediment particles from the water. Stage two is a Granular
Activated Carbon (GAC) process which will remove a whole range of contaminents
e.g. chlorine, pesticides. Stage three is a second GAC filter removing any remaining
contaminates. It is important for the UV sterilization system to be supplied with
clean water in order to achieve maximum efficiency. If the water is not cleaned of
particulate matter, this will restrict the penetration of the UV radiation into water.
There are many kinds of different filter combinations available from Waterlogic to
suit local water conditions.

Dispensing of water to the customer is achieved by means of a 24V DC electrical


solenoid valve. The valves are energized every time the customer pushes the
dispense button for a drink. DC voltage is used to give a positive and quieter action
of the solenoid valve.

UV LAMP
The UV light is an 8 Watt germicidal lamp at a wavelength of 253.7 NM, which is
very efficient at destroying bacteria found in water. UV radiation sterilises bacteria
by destroying the DNA nucleus of bacteria. An 8-watt lamp is at peak performance
for six months and then should be changed. Tests prove that the 8-Watt lamp in
combination with a 2 litre stainless tank has a very effective kill rate of bacteria. The
lamp is immersed in the cold tank and protected by a quartz sleeve which allows UV
radiation to pass through to the water. When the lamp is changed the quartz sleeve
should be removed and cleaned.

PCB
The PCB (Printed Circuit Board) is the control unit for the 3000; it is responsible for
the functions of all the mechanical and electrical parts (24V DC). The microprocessor
drives a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) which informs the user of the status of the unit.
On this model there have been added functions that will make the unit more flexible
to the customers needs e.g. option of different languages, sleep mode.

COMPRESSOR
The compressor operates at 220-240V and at 50Hz. It uses R134 a non-Ozone
depleting refrigerant gas. There is also the option to use natural refrigeration gas.

WATER PIPE AND FITTINGS


The inlet and the internal water circuit pipe size is 6mm and 8mm. The entire internal
water circuit and all the components which come in contact with water are food
grade NSF / WRAS approved. The Cold, Ambient and Sparkling water tubing inside
the machine should not be exposed to water above 25C.

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PLASTIC PANELS
The moulded panels are made from recyclable ABS plastic. All the ABS plastic
panels are UV resistant and meet the standards of CE and UL. Please note that
the machine should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Placing machines in direct
sunlight, or close to a radiator, or in a room of high ambient temperature will effect
the efficiency of the refrigeration circuit.

PARTS REQUIRED FOR SPARKLING WATER


CO2 Cylinder & Gas Regulator: The units with the option of sparkling water will need
CO2 gas, food grade carbon dioxide. This gas is stored in cylinders in a liquid form.
The cylinders are usually painted grey or black (regulation requirement for CO2). The
gas regulator, which comes with the unit,controls the flow of CO2 to the carbonation
tank; it reduces the pressure of the CO2 gas to 45PSi which is needed to make high
quality sparkling water.
Water Pump: The pump is 24V DC and forces the pre-chilled cold still water into
the carbonation tank at a minimum pressure of 45 PSi. This pressure is required to
overcome the internal pressure from the CO2 gas which is in the tank.

Main Parts Layout

Main Parts Layout

Cold, Hot and Sparkling Models

CHECK VALVE

CO2 In
HOT WATER OUT

AIR VENT
IN (Water)

SOLENOID
VALVE 5

IN (Water)

COLD
SENSOR

SOLENOID
VALVE 2

COLD
SENSOR

SOLENOID
VALVE 4

SAFETY
VALVE

COLD WATER OUT


SOLENOID
VALVE 1

SPARKLING WATER OUT

SOLENOID
VALVE 1

SOLENOID
VALVE 2

HOT
TANK

COLD
TANK

UV LAMP

COLD
TANK

FILTER

COLD
TANK

CONDENSER

FAUCET

FAUCET
WATER IN

HOT
TANK

COLD WATER OUT

CONDENSER

FILTER

SPARKLING
WATER

UV LAMP

FILTER

HOT WATER OUT

HOT WATER OUT

AIR VENT

FILTER

Cold & Hot Models

OUT
(Water)

FILTER
DRYER

OUT
(Water)

FILTER
DRYER

COMPRESSOR

COMPRESSOR
FAN MOTOR

CHECK
VALVE

PUMP
DRAIN
VALVES

AIR HOLE
FOR DRAIN

FAN MOTOR

DRAIN
VALVE

DRAIN
VALVE

SOLENOID
VALVE 3

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Main Parts Layout

Main Parts Layout

Cold & Ambient Models

Cold & Sparkling Models

CHECK VALVE

AMBIENT WATER OUT

CO2 In

AIR VENT
IN (Water)

AIR VENT

COLD WATER OUT


SOLENOID
VALVE 1

SOLENOID
VALVE 4

IN (Water)

SPARKLING WATER OUT

COLD
SENSOR
COLD
SENSOR

SOLENOID
VALVE 1

SOLENOID
VALVE 2

SAFETY
VALVE

SOLENOID
VALVE 3

COMPRESSOR

WATER IN

FAUCET

OUT
(Water)

FILTER
DRYER
COMPRESSOR
FAN MOTOR

FAN MOTOR

COLD
TANK
COLD WATER OUT

COLD
TANK

UV LAMP

CONDENSER

FAUCET

OUT
(Water)

FILTER
DRYER

FILTER

COLD
TANK

FILTER

CONDENSER

UV LAMP

FILTER

FILTER

SPARKLING
WATER

CHECK
VALVE

PUMP
DRAIN
VALVE

AIR HOLE
FOR DRAIN

DRAIN
VALVE

SOLENOID
VALVE 2

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Pre Delivery
Inspection Procedures (PDI)

Main Parts Layout


Cold Only Models

AIR VENT
IN (Water)

COLD WATER OUT

COLD
SENSOR

CONDENSER
COLD
TANK

UV LAMP

FILTER

FILTER

SOLENOID
VALVE

OUT
(Water)

FILTER
DRYER
COMPRESSOR
FAN MOTOR

FAUCET

DRAIN
VALVE

1. Unpack and carry out a visual inspection of the unit for any transit damage.
2. Remove the top cover and visually inspect the internals of the machine for any
wires or pipes that may have come loose in transit.
3. Connect the water supply and the mains power supply.
4. Ensure the switch on the rear of the machine is in off position and connect the
unit to a power supply.
5. The unit is now live and suitable safety precautions should be taken.
6. Flush water through the hot tank first until the water runs clear of any carbon
fines. Approximately 10 litres.
7. Now flush water through the Cold Tank. Approximately 10 litres. (20 litres if
cold only)
8. Once you are sure that water is running through both the cooling and heating
circuit then turn on the green (heater and compressor) switch at the rear of the
machine.
9. Carry out a visual inspection for any water leaks.
10. The hot water will heat to approximately 87C. The extra hot water will heat
up approximately 95C if selected.
11. To test the cold water wait until the compressor has shut off. Test the 2nd cup
of water been taken. It should be between 5 and 8C.
12. Inspect the cold water produced for clarity and taste. If required flush more
water to remove any adverse taste or carbon fines.
13. Return both red and green switches to the off position and isolate the power
and water to the machine.
14. Drain the hot tank and cold tank.
15. Replace all panels, clean the machine and repack the machine.

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Installation Procedures
Important notice: This procedure should only be carried out by an engineer or
staff trained by Waterlogic International or an approved distributing agent.
NOTE: This appliance is intended for indoor use only and must not be installed in
any area where a water jet could be used.
1. Site the machine with a 50mm air gap at both sides and back. Mount the machine
on a firm flat surface so that it cannot topple over.
2. Level the machine using the adjustable feet.
3. It is advisable that the water supply and electrical supply is within 2 metres of the
machine and that the plug is accessible.
4. Undo the screw located in front of the dispense nipple. Lift and tilt the front door
panel towards you.
5. Unscrew the top cover by removing the six screws which keep it in place. Two are
located at the back of the machine, and four at the front underneath the front door.
Remove the top cover by lifting it from the sides and the back, this will allow you
access the high voltage area.
6. If installing a unit with the option of sparkling water please continue reading. If
not, go directly to no 7. Prepare the gas bottle by removing the dust cover (if fitted).
Face the gas outlet away from you and momentarily turn the gas on and off by
twisting the knob located on the gas bottle. This will allow a high pressure burst
of CO2 gas to clean any dust and dirt from the fittings. Attach the gas regulator to
the bottle and the gas pipe to the push fitting on the regulator. The pressure of the
regulator should be set by the factory at 45PSi. Locate the gas bottle upright in a
secure area near the machine or the base cabinet.
7. Make the water connection to the water supply pipe using an installation kit. Turn
on the water supply and flush the pipe until water supply runs clear of any dirt, then
make the water connection to rear of the machine. Ensure that the water supply is
turned on. The size of the pipe required is 1/4. The minimum working pressure is 30
PSi/2 Bar. The ideal pressure is 42 PSi/3 Bar.

8. Check the electrical socket, if required, and then make the electrical connection
to the machine, by plugging the power lead into the rear of the machine, then
connecting to the electrical socket. Make sure that the red and green switches
located at the rear of the machine are off when you turn on the electrical supply to
the machine. Do not at this stage turn on these switches.
9. The water temperature of the machine is factory set for cold still water at 5C and
87C for hot water. Sparkling water will automatically be colder than the still water
as the cold tank system is designed to do this. Temperatures can be adjusted in
section Programming Instructions.
10. If installing unit with option of sparkling water please continue reading. If not go
directly to no 11. Purge CO2 gas through the carbonation tank by lifting the yellow
lever on the relief valve located on top of the carbonation tank for a few seconds.
11. Inspect all the water connections and all the electrical connections.
12. Replace the top cover on the machine and the front door.
13. Turn on only the red power switch at the rear of the machine.
14. Observe the LCD display illuminating and running self-test.
15. Depress the hot water button followed by the main button, flush 10 litres of water
through the hot tank. The first few litres of water will have a dark appearance. This
is due to a small amount of carbon being released from the water filter when new. It
is harmless and will disappear very quickly whilst you flush the machine.
16. Depress the cold water button followed by the main button, flush 5 litres of
water through the still cold tank.
17. Check the machine for any water or gas leaks.
18. Once satisfied that water is passing through the hot, cold and sparkling tank
successfully, turn on the green heater compressor switch (green switch). The
machine will now start to heat and chill.
19. The hot water will heat rapidly, but it will take approximately 40 minutes before
the cold temperature reaches the set point.
20. When the machine has reached the target temperature, the compressor will
stop running. The temperature will continue to drop as any ice that has formed on
the sides of the tanks will start to melt and equalize the tank temperature.

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Instructions
on Changing the CO2 Bottle

INSTALLATION KIT

REMOVING THE EMPTY BOTTLE

Before connecting new bottle, remove dust cap.


Face the gas bottle away from yourself and open for 3-5 seconds to release any
air from the top of the bottle.
Connect bottle to gas regulator, and turn on. The pressure should read 3 Bar.
Adjust if needed.

The WL3000 should not be connected to water supplies of unknown bacterial


quality or those not already fit for human consumption. The WL3000 should only be
connected to a potable drinking water supply.
The filter on the WL3000 must be changed every 6 months.
The UV lamp on the WL3000 must be changed every 6 months.
The cold tank should also be flushed and sanitized every 6 months.
Waterlogic International strongly recommends the use of an anti-flood device.
Figure 1 is the recommended installation kit.

PURGING THE MACHINE

The part number for the installation kit shown below is P-KIT INSTALLATION.

Turn off the empty bottle and disconnect from gas regulator.

CONNECTING NEW BOTTLE

The WL3000 must be installed according to the local guidelines and a pressure
reducer must be installed as part of the installation. The pressure reducer should
not be set higher than 3bar.

Lift the yellow lever under top cover for 5-10 seconds to purge the gas line
and carbonator.
Place a container of at least 1 litre under the faucet and dispense sparkling water
until just gas is dispensed from the faucet.
The machine will now refill. This takes about 1 minute.
When the pump has stopped turn the gas bottle off.
Record the regulator pressure, normally 3 Bar.
After 5 minutes check the gauge for any pressure drop as this indicates a leak.

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Fig. 1
1. 15 mm Compression Inlet
2. Double Check Valve (great for carbonated water)
3. Adjustable Pressure Reducing Valve
4. Integral Isolator (with green adjustment knob)
5. Pressure Gauge Port
6. Waterblock
7. 1/4" Pushfit Outlet

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Operating Instructions
HOT WATER CAUTION
Always place cup / mug in the centre of the drip tray.
Always use a ceramic cup or a cup suitable for use with
hot water.
Do not hold cup or place hands in dispensing area
whilst dispensing water.
Do not dispense water in a stop start style of vending
(Hold the button continuously until cup is full).
Never try to fill more than one vessel at a time.

Operating the machine is very simple. Firstly, place a cup in the dispense area. Then
simply select the drink of your choice and press the dispense button until your cup
is filled to the required level.

COLD, SPARKLING,
HOT AND EXTRA HOT

COLD

COLD, HOT
AND EXTRA HOT

8C

COLD

8C

COLD WATER
Push cold water button.
Push dispense button, cold water will be dispensed.

SPARKLING WATER

Button 1:
select cold water

Button 4:
select hot water

Button 2:
select sparkling water

Button 5:
select extra hot water

HOT WATER

Button 3:
select ambient water

Dispense Button:
to dispense water from
selection

EXTRA HOT WATER

Push sparkling water button.


Push dispense button, sparkling water will be dispensed.

Push hot water button.


Push dispense button, hot water will be dispensed.

Push hot water button.


Push extra hot water button.
Push dispense button, extra hot water will be dispensed.

Note: Default mode for both options is cold water.


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COLD AND AMBIENT

COLD

COLD AND SPARKLING

8C

COLD

8C

COLD WATER

COLD WATER

Push cold water button.


Push dispense button, cold water will be dispensed.

Push cold water button.


Push dispense button, cold water will be dispensed.

AMBIENT WATER

SPARKLING WATER

Push ambient water button.


Push dispense button, ambient water will be dispensed.

Push sparkling water button.


Push dispense button, sparkling water will be dispensed.

Note: Default mode is cold water

Note: Default mode is cold water

COLD ONLY

COLD

8C

COLD WATER
Push dispense button,
cold water will be dispensed.
Note: Default mode is cold water
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Programming Instructions
Programming of the WL 3000 will depend upon the type of the machine:

COLD AND AMBIENT - COLD AND SPARKLING - COLD ONLY

COLD, SPARKLING, HOT AND EXTRA HOT


COLD, HOT AND EXTRA HOT

COLD

8C

Panel shown is for Cold, Sparkling, Hot and Extra Hot

The buttons have the following functions:


Button 1 Scroll the menu down
Button 2 Scroll the menu up
Button 3 Enter an option on the menu
Button 4 Escape to main menu / Exit programming
To access the programming menu press the two buttons 1 & 2 together for 3 seconds
until the message COLD TEMP SET appears on the screen.
Note: If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds, the display will exit the programming
mode (e.g.COLD)

EXAMPLE: CHANGE THE LANGUAGE FROM ENGLISH TO FRENCH:


1. Press buttons 1 and 2 for 3 seconds, until COLD TEMP SET appears on the
display.
2. Press button 2, until the menu scrolls to the option LANGUAGE.
3. Press button 3 to select the option.
4. Press button 2, to scroll through the languages (English, French and German).
5. Press button 3 to select FRENCH.
6. To return to the main menu press button 4.
7. To exit programming press button 4.

The programming board is located underneath the front door, attached to the top
cover and connected by a long cable. To open the door, undo the screw, located in
front of the dispense nipple. Lift and tilt the front door panel towards you. Remove
the programming board from the holder, and replace the front door.
Note: The door will not close completely due to the cable extension).
The buttons on the board have the following functions:
PREV (+) Scroll the menu down
NEXT (-) Scroll the menu up
MENU/ENTER Enter an option on the menu
ESC Escape to main menu/Exit programming
To access the programming menu press the two buttons PREV (+) & NEXT (-)
together, for three seconds until the message COLD TEMP SET appears on the
screen.
Note: If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds, the display will exit the programming
mode (e.g.COLD)

EXAMPLE: CHANGE THE FILTER TIMER FROM 6 TO 9 MONTHS:


1. Press buttons PREV (+) & NEXT (-) for 3 seconds, until COLD TEMP SET appears
on the display.
2. Press NEXT (-), until the menu scrolls to the option FILTER TIMER.
3. Press button MENU/ENTER to select the option.
4. Press button NEXT (-), to scroll through the options (3 months, 6 months, 9 months).
5. Press button MENU/ENTER to select 3 months.
6. To return to the main menu press button ESC.
7. To exit programming press button ESC.

See next pages for Full Menu Options


See next pages for Full Menu Options

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Menu Options
The following instructions are for a full option machine (Cold, Hot &Sparkling).
Menu

Options

Cold Temp Set

3- 12C

Hot Temp Set

70- 95C

Temp Display

Constant

The temperature of the still water can set


between 3to 12C.
Recommended temperature 5C
The temperature of the hot water can be set
between 70to 95C.
Recommended temperature 87C
The display will always show the selected
set temperature
The display will show the temperature of the
water in the tank
The UV lamp comes on every time you take
a glass of cold water and stays on for 3
minutes
The UV lamp comes on every time you take
a drink of cold water and stays on for 10
minutes
The UV lamp is set to be on all the time

Set at Fahrenheit

Set at Centigrade

English

The display will be in English

French

The display will be in French

German

The display will be in German

Static
Ranging
3 minutes

UV Timer

F/C

Language

Brief Description

10 minutes

Menu
Filter timer

Sleep mode

Options

Brief Description

3 months

Timer for filter life set at 3 months

6 months

Timer for filter life set at 6 months

9 months

Timer for filter life set at 9 months


Sleep mode on, economises power
consumption after 3 hours of not being in
use. Affects hot water
Sleep mode off, does not economise power
consumption at anytime. Affects hot water
After every use the display will return to cold
After every use the display will return to
sparkling
Reset the flow or months counter

On
Off

Default
Reset

Cold
Sparkling
Ok?

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Maintenance and Servicing


6 MONTH SERVICE PROCEDURE
The following instructions are for a full option machine (Hot, Cold and Sparkling).
Every six months the filters and UV lamp should be changed.
Please remember that the machine should not be exposed to direct sunlight, heat
sources or an ambient air temperature above 30C or below 5C. This appliance
must not be cleaned with a water jet
A machine with the hot water option may require removing any Calcium build-up
inside the hot tank, depending on local water conditions.
1. Isolate the power to the machine, by turning off the green and red switch from the
back of the machine and removing the plug from the socket.
2. To access the filters, undo the screws and release the clips located in front of the
lower front panel and remove panel to gain access to interior of machine. To access
the filters on a mini machine then remove the top cover. This is a high voltage area
and the machine should be isolated from the power supply.
3. There is no need to turn off the water supply; the water is automatically isolated
when you remove the filter.
4. To remove the Waterlogic filters, twist anti-clockwise and replace with a new
Waterlogic twist filter, twist clockwise.
5. Drain the tanks by unbolting the fixings, with the indications HOT TANK and
COLD TANK, at the back of the machine. Have a bucket ready.When the water stops
running replace the fixings and tighten.
6. Remove the Waterlogic UV lamp by unplugging the UV loom connector and
pulling the lamp upwards.
7. Unscrew the UV retaining nut and remove the Quartz Sleeve from the cold tank.
Clean the Quartz Sleeve and remove any surface lime scale that may have adhered
to the sleeve surface. Check the black O Ring for signs of perishing and replaced if
necessary.
8. Fit the Quartz Sleeve back into the cold tank taking great care at this stage not to
crack the Quartz Sleeve by over tightening the UV retaining nut.

9. Replace the UV lamp assembly and re-connect it. Do not touch the UV lamp with
bare hands.
10. Remove, check and inspect the blue faucet nipple and if it is cracked or has
Calcium build up, replace it. Please ensure that you use cleaning gloves when
handling parts that come in direct contact with the drinking water.
11. Unscrew the top cover by removing the six screws which keep it in place. Two
are located at the back of the machine, and four at the front underneath the front
door. Remove the top cover by lifting it from the sides and the back. You will now
have access to the high voltage area.
12. Inspect the electrical and water connections of the machine.
13. To clean the fan and the condenser grill, undo the two screws located at the
back of the PCB. Pull the metal plate upwards, clean the fan and the condenser grill
with the use of a brush.
14. Re-fit the fan.
15. If servicing a unit with the option on sparkling water, please continue reading. If
not go directly to No. 16. Purge the CO2 gas by lifting the yellow pressure release
lever for 3 seconds. Check the regulator pressure for the CO2 gas (45 PSi).
16. Replace the top cover.
17. Check the air gap around the machine to ensure it is not blocked.
18. Turn on the red switch on the back of the machine.
19. Check that the UV lamp is alight by observing a blue glow from the top of the
UV cap. Do not remove the lamp from holder whilst ignited and do not look into an
ignited UV light.
20. Close the front door.
21. Flush ten litres of hot water, ten litres of cold water and one litre of carbonated
water through the machine to ensure that the filters are generated and the water is
running clear of any carbon lines.
22. Turn on the green switch and allow the machine to cool and heat the water.
23. Taste the water and check the machine is clean and functions to the customers
satisfaction. If you are not satisfied with the quality of the water, flush two more
litres of water through the machine.
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SANITIZING THE MACHINE


1. You will need to have an empty in-line filter housing to follow this procedure. Also
sanitiser, disposable rubber gloves, and bacterial wipes or spray.
2. Mix a solution of sanitiser in the empty in-line filter housing.
3. Turn off the water supply to the machine and release the internal water pressure
by depressing the dispense button momentarily and remove the water supply pipe.
4. Isolate the power to the machine.
5. Bypass the internal twist filter to avoid mixing sanitising solution with the active
carbon.
6. Connect the outlet of the empty in-line housing to the inlet of the machine and
connect supply water pipe to the inlet of the empty in-line housing.
7. Turn on the power and water supply to the machine.
8. Depress the blue dispense button until the sanitation fluid starts to flow out of
the faucet nipple.
9. Allow the sanitation fluid to stand in the machine for 20 minutes.
10. Do not let any sanitation fluid enter the hot tank.
11. Then flush the cold water until the water runs clear of sanitiser.
12. Again isolate the water to the machine and release any internal water pressure
now isolate the power.
13. If this procedure is being done in conjunction with the 6 monthly services then
change the filter.
14. Remove the empty in-line filter housing from the back of the machine and reconnect the water supply pipe to the back of the machine. Reconnect the filter.
15. Turn on the power and water flush the machine until the water runs clear.
16. Visually inspect water connections for any leaks.
17. Remove the faucet nipple and inspect to see if there are any cracks or scratches
or lime-scale build up on the nipple, if so then replace it. If the faucet nipple is OK
then sterilise it and put back using clean rubber gloves.
18. Remove and clean the drip tray, and grill. If the grill is damaged or heavily stained
and you are unable to clean it then it is advisable to replace the grill.

19. Wipe all surfaces around the drip tray and faucet nipple area with a bacterial
wipe or spray.
20. Return the drip tray to position.
21. Flush a further 15 litres of water if you have changed the filter and ensure there
are no carbon fines and all sanitation fluid has been removed from the water system.
22. All personnel should be aware of the company requirements for their own
personal health and hygiene.
23. Test for taste before leaving and ensure that the water quality of the machine
is adequate.
Note: To sanitise or descale a machine with a Waterlogic twist filter it is necessary
to mix a solution of either descaler or sanitiser in a dummy filter cartridge to flush
it into the machine. Please ensure no de-scaler enters the cold tank. Please ensure
that no sanitiser enters the hot tank. Santitant and descaler must be flushed into the
machine after by-passing Carbon filter, otherwise the filter will remove the sanitant
or de-scaler being used.

DESCALING A WATERLOGIC MACHINE


1. Turn off the water supply and remove the water inlet pipe.
2. Bypass filters with John Guest pipe and fittings.
3. In a dummy (empty) filter housing, mix the descaler solution as recommended by
the manufacturer.
4. Connect one side of the dummy housing to the machine with a length of 1/4 John
Guest pipe and the other side to the water inlet pipe (check if flow direction applies).
5. Turn water supply back on.
6. Depress hot dispense button and dispense 1 litre of hot water.
7. Leave for 30-40 minutes.
8. Turn off water supply and remove dummy housing.
9. Re-connect water inlet directly to machine.
10. Flush 5-10 litres of water through the machine.
Note: Only use a descaler that is suitable for use in water coolers (citric acid based).

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TROUBLESHOOTING
The following faults will be shown on the LCD display should that particular fault
occur.
1. CHANGE FILTER: Please contact your authorised sevice agent.
2. DRIP TRAY FULL: Empty and clean the drip tray.
3. HOT FAULT: Indicates a sensor fault. Please contact your authorised sevice agent.
4. COLD FAULT: Indicates a sensor fault. Please contact your authorised sevice
agent.
5. NO WATER SUPPLY: The pump is running for more than 5 minutes. Check the
water supply in the building. Check water supply to machine.
6. UV FAULT: Please contact your authorised sevice agent.
7. Display not working: check that the unit has been switched on. If the machine is
switched on please contact your authorised service agent.
8. Water is not chilling: Check that the green heater/ compressor switch is on.
9. Water is not heating up: Check that the green heater/ compressor switch is on.

FLOW AND TASTE PROBLEMS


1. No flow of water: Ensure that there is a mains water supply to the machine and
that the machine is turned on. If an anti flood device is fitted to the supply of the
machine, this should be checked to ensure that it has not activated.
2. The hot water is not hot and the cold water is not cold: Make sure that the green
heater/compressor switch at the rear of the machine is turned on.
3. There is flow for the hot water, but not for cold: This may be due to the water in
the cold tank being frozen. Disconnect the power from the machine and leave for
one hour. If the problem persists, please contact you authorised service agent.
4. Low flow of cold water: As above
5. Low flow of hot water: Indicates that the hot tank requires de-scaling. Please
contact you authorised service agent.
6. Low flow for all water circuits: It could be that your filter/filters are blocked.
Please contact you authorised service agent.Waterlogic recommends that filters are
replaced every 6 months.
7. Bad taste: This may occur if the machine is not consistently used. If bad taste
is detected, dispense 5 litres of water into a jug. If the problem persists, please
contact you authorised service agent.

Technical Specifications
and Warranties
SAFETY
Subject to the standard terms and conditions of sale (a copy of which has been
provided to you), neither Waterlogic International Limited (Waterlogic), nor any
affiliated companies shall be liable for any damage which could affect, directly or
indirectly, any person or property.
Please be aware that any warranties accompanying the sale of our products will be
invalidated by any of the following:
Incorrect installation
Incorrect use of the machine
Unsuitable electrical and water supply
Major short-coming of maintenance
Technical interventions or alterations of an unauthorised nature
Adoption and use of unapproved spare parts
Engagement of untrained personnel
Waterlogic has a policy of constant and continual improvement and therefore
reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice, other than in the
case of significant changes.

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DESCRIPTION

SINGLE TANK DOUBLE TANK SINGLE TANK DOUBLE TANK


WLMHC3000

WLMHCS3000

WLMC3000

WLMCS3000

500mmW x 515mmD x 535mmH

Width Depth Height

Environmental Information

Water Connection

Diameter 1/4 Hose

PRODUCT/MODEL
DESCRIPTION

Cold Water Temp

3 - 12 (23 - 54F) Adjustable

Hot, Cold and Sparkling

Hot Water Temp


Weight

70-97 (158 - 207F) Adjustable


33kg

29kg

Power Supply

1.1 Amp

Heater

6.1 Amp

6.1 Amp

N/A

N/A

Refrigeration Gas

Please refer to specification label at rear of machine

Min/Max Water
Pressure

2/3.5

2/3.5

2/3.5

2/3.5

Recommended
Water Pressure

3 Bar

3 Bar

3 Bar

3 Bar

Refrigeration Gas Information


OZ (0.07)

0.9 dB

Cold and Sparkling

1.32 KwH

10 dB

Cold Only

1.2 KwH

0.9 dB

31kg

1.1 Amp

g (2)

1.2 KwH

27kg

1.1 Amp

MODEL

Cold and Ambient

Hot and Cold

1.1 Amp

COLD TANK

WL-3000

72

2.54

WL-3000 single tank

WL-3000Max

75

2.65

WL-3000 Double tank

WL-3000Sparkling

95

3.35

14 dB
14 dB

N/A

Control & Unit

MAXIMUM NOISE
LEVEL

2.47 (2.11) KwH

N/A

230Volt / 50Hz

ENERGY
COMSUMPTION IN
NORMAL OPERATION
2.59 (2.21) KwH

Note: This information is provided as guidance only. Energy consumption will be


effected by incoming water temperature, room - temperature and usage patterns.
Figures in brackets apply when Sleep Mode is turned on.

End of Life
Non Eu Countries
At the end of this products life, please ensure that it is disposed of in an
environmentally friendly manner which is in line with your Country requirements/
guidelines.

WEEE (EU ONLY)


Please be aware that our products are covered by the Waste Electrical and Electronic
(WEEE) directive (2002/96/EC). The symbol shown above denotes that the product
should not be disposed of with general/household waste. Please contact your supplier/service agent who will arrange for the collection and disposal of this product.

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ROHS
All Waterlogic machines comply with EC Directive (2002/95/EC) on the Restriction
of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electrical Equipment
(RoHS).

How Carbonated Water


is Created

BIOCOTE (ANTI-MICROBIAL SOLUTION)


For your added protection this product incorporates BioCote antimicrobial technology. Silver, in the form of silver ions, is the active ingredient utilised in BioCote.
This silver technology is manufactured into the surface of our products, giving them
built-in sustainable antimicrobial protection. BioCotes silver technology has been
tested by an independent laboratory to show its ability to inhibit the growth of bacteria, mould and fungi by up to 99.9% over a 24 hour period and for the duration of
the machine life.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT BIOCOTE:


Why use BioCote? BioCote will help reduce the risk of cross-contamination. You
may not want to think about it, but every surface in the working environment is a
potential breeding ground for Bacteria.
How is it applied? BioCote is applied via an additive into the manufacturing process and will, therefore, be present throughout the moulded or painted parts.
How long will BioCote last? BioCote will last for the usual life expectancy of
your water dispenser. It will not wear or wash out with use or cleaning.
What bacteria is BioCote effective against? BioCote is effective against most
common bacteria, moulds and fungi.

RED
CO2 WATER
TO FAUCET

NON-RETURN VALVE
SAFETY
VALVE

BLACK

PCB

LEVEL
PROBE

CO2 GAS
SUPPLY

NON-RETURN
VALVE

CARBONATED
WATER

PUMP

PLEASE NOTE:
BioCote is an additional line of defence to protect between cleaning routines,
it is not a replacement for your normal cleaning and sanitisation processes.

COLD WATER
FROM TANK

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Electrical Wiring Diagram


Cold, Hot and Sparkling

Mark

Description

Mark

Description

20S1
20S2
20S3
26H
BT
CDS
CPU
DS

Hot solenoid valve


Cold solenoid valve
Sparkling solenoid valve
Thermostat for overheat-hot tank
Ballast
CDS for UNV Lamp
Central processing unit + PCB
Drip tray sensor

PF
PS1
PS2
Q4-5
RL 1-5
S1-4
S
T

Power Fuse (250V/10A)


Control power switch
Comp & heater power switch
Transistor
Relay
Temperature setting switch
UV starter
Transformer for PCB

EF1
H
MC
MFC
P

Enclosed fuse (1A)


Hot water heater
Motor for compressor
Motor for compressor IN
Pump

TF
TH1
TH2
UV
WLVL

Internal thermal fuse


Thermistor-hot water
Thermistor-cold water
UV lamp
Sparkling water level check

Main PCB Schematic Diagram


Cold, Hot and Sparkling

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M

N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y

230V from Red Switch


230V to UV Ballast
Output to UV Lamp
230V to Heater
230V from Green Switch
230V to Compressor
Level Probe
Cold Thermostat
Hot Thermostat
Not used
UV Sensor
Drip Tray Sensor
Not used

12 Pin Ribbon Cable


9 Pin Ribbon Cable
24V DC to Valve 5
24V DC to Valve 4
24V DC to Valve 2
24V DC to Valve 1
24V DC to Pump
24V DC to Valve 3
24V DC IN from Transformer
230V DC to Transformer
Earth
PCB Configuration

DANGER HIGH VOLTAGES PRESENT ON THIS PCB


CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN LIVE TESTING
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Electrical Wiring Diagram


Cold and Hot

Mark

Description

Mark

Description

20S1
20S2
26H
BT
CDS
CPU
DS
EF1

Hot solenoid valve


Cold solenoid valve
Thermostat for overheat-hot tank
Ballast
CDS for UNV Lamp
Central processing unit + PCB
Drip tray sensor
Enclosed fuse (1A)

PS1
PS2
Q4-5
RL 1-5
S1-4
S
T
TF

Control power switch


Comp & heater power switch
Transistor
Relay
Temperature setting switch
Glow starter
Transformer for PCB
Internal thermal fuse

H
MC
MFC
PF

Hot water heater


Motor for compressor
Motor for compressor IN
Power Fuse (250V/10A)

TH1
TH2
UV

Thermistor-hot water
Thermistor-cold water
UV lamp

Main PCB Schematic Diagram


Cold and Hot

A
B
C
D
E
F
H
I
J
K

L
N
O
R
S
V
W
X
Y

230V from Red Switch


230V to UV Ballast
Output to UV Lamp
230V to Heater
230V from Green Switch
230V to Compressor
Cold Thermostat
Hot Thermostat
Not used
UV Sensor

Drip Tray Sensor


12 Pin Ribbon Cable
9 Pin Ribbon Cable
24V DC to Cold Valve
24V DC to Hot Valve
24V DC IN from Transformer
230V DC to Transformer
Earth
PCB Configuration

DANGER HIGH VOLTAGES PRESENT ON THIS PCB


CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN LIVE TESTING
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Electrical Wiring Diagram


Cold and Ambient

Mark

Description

Mark

Description

20S2
20S3
BT
CDS
CPU
DS
EF1
MC
MFC
PF

Cold solenoid valve


Ambient solenoid valve
Ballast
CDS for UNV Lamp
Central processing unit + PCB
Drip tray sensor
Enclosed fuse (1A)
Motor for compressor
Motor for compressor IN
Power Fuse (250V/10A)

PS1
PS2
Q 5-7
RL 1-5
S1-4
S
T
TF
TH2
UV

Control power switch


Comp & heater power switch
Transistor
Relay
Temperature setting switch
Glow starter
Transformer for PCB
Internal thermal fuse
Thermistor-cold water
UV lamp

Main PCB Schematic Diagram


Cold and Ambient

A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K
L

N
O
R
S
V
W
X
Y

230V from Red Switch


230V to UV Ballast
Output to UV Lamp
230V from Green Switch
230V to Compressor
Cold Thermostat
Not used
UV Sensor
Drip Tray Sensor

12 Pin Ribbon Cable


9 Pin Ribbon Cable
24V DC to Cold Valve
24V DC to Ambient Valve
24V DC IN from Transformer
230V DC to Transformer
Earth
PCB Configuration

DANGER HIGH VOLTAGES PRESENT ON THIS PCB


CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN LIVE TESTING
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Electrical Wiring Diagram


Cold and Sparkling

Mark

Description

Mark

Description

20S2
20S3
BT
CDS
CPU
DS
EF1
MC

Cold solenoid valve


Sparkling solenoid valve
Ballast
CDS for UNV Lamp
Central processing unit + PCB
Drip tray sensor
Enclosed fuse (1A)
Motor for compressor

PS1
PS2
Q 5-7
RL 1-5
S1-4
S
T
TF

Control power switch


Comp & heater power switch
Transistor
Relay
Temperature setting switch
UV starter
Transformer for PCB
Internal thermal fuse

MFC
P
PF

Motor for compressor IN


Pump
Power Fuse (250V/10A)

TH2
UV
WLVL

Thermistor-cold water
UV lamp
Sparkling water level check

Main PCB Schematic Diagram


Cold and Sparkling

A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K
L

N
O
R
S
V
W
X
Y

230V from Red Switch


230V to UV Ballast
Output to UV Lamp
230V from Green Switch
230V to Compressor
Cold Thermostat
Not used
UV Sensor
Drip Tray Sensor

12 Pin Ribbon Cable


9 Pin Ribbon Cable
24V DC to Cold Valve
24V DC to Sparkling Valve
24V DC IN from Transformer
230V DC to Transformer
Earth
PCB Configuration

DANGER HIGH VOLTAGES PRESENT ON THIS PCB


CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN LIVE TESTING
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Electrical Wiring Diagram


Cold Only

Mark

Description

Mark

Description

20S2
BT
CDS
CPU
DS
EF1
MC
MFC

Cold solenoid valve


Ballast
CDS for UNV Lamp
Central processing unit + PCB
Drip tray sensor
Enclosed fuse (1A)
Motor for compressor
Motor for compressor IN

PS2
Q5
RL 1-5
S1-4
S
T
TF
TH2

Comp & heater power switch


Transistor
Relay
Temperature setting switch
Glow starter
Transformer for PCB
Internal thermal fuse
Thermistor-cold water

PF
PS1

Power Fuse (250V/10A)


Control power switch

UV

UV lamp

Main PCB Schematic Diagram


Cold Only

A
B
C
E
F
H
J
K

L
N
O
R
V
W
X
Y

230V from Red Switch


230V to UV Ballast
Output to UV Lamp
230V from Green Switch
230V to Compressor
Cold Thermostat
Not used
UV Sensor

Drip Tray Sensor


12 Pin Ribbon Cable
9 Pin Ribbon Cable
24V DC to Cold Valve
24V DC IN from Transformer
230V DC to Transformer
Earth
PCB Configuration

DANGER HIGH VOLTAGES PRESENT ON THIS PCB


CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN LIVE TESTING
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Wetted Parts List

Wetted Parts List

Cold, Hot and Sparkling Models

Cold, Hot and Sparkling Models


No.

2 1

13

23

16
28 27

24
15
3

*5

25

29
14
6

*5

30

30
18

3
4

2
2
2

3
2 6

9
8

17
2

11

2
2
13

17

10

17
17

6
9
26

6
2
10

12

19
20
22
21

1
2
3
4
*5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Part Description
1/4 Bulkhead Fitting
1/4 PE Tube
1/4 Stem Elbow
Filter Head
Carbon Filter (Customer specific)
1/4 Equal Elbow
Solenoid Valve Double
5/16" & 1/4 Reducing Elbow
5/16" Tube
1/4 Drain Valve
Water Pressure Pump
Solenoid Valve Single
Non-Return Valve
Safety Valve
Quartz Sleeve
Sleeve O-Ring
1/4 Equal Tee
SS Insert Faucet
Faucet (2 hole)
Faucet (2 hole, including item 18)
Faucet (3 Hole)
Faucet O-Ring
Faucet Nipple
Faucet Gauze
Silicon tube
Hot Sensor
Hot Tank
5/16" Drain Valve
Level Probe
Level Sensor Sleeve
1/4 Straight Adapter
Sparking Double Cold Tank

*Customer specific
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Main Parts Illustration

Main Parts List

Hot & Cold Models

Hot & Cold Models

18 23
12

18
18

19
*5

18

11

20

22
3

2
2

14
15
15

9
2

6 7

16

8
23

2
2 6

Part No.

1
2
3
4
*5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

PU-4028
PU-4031
PU-4066
PU-4045
N/A
PU-4008
PU-4056
PU-4007
PU-4039
CT-2039
CT-2002
CT-2006
PL-1088
PL-1011
PL-1081
CT-2007
PL-1013
PL-1013-G
PU-4064
HT-3016
HT-3017
CT-2031
CT-2043
PU-4011

14

13

No.

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

Part Description
1/4 Bulkhead Fitting
1/4 PE Tube (Metre lengths)
1/4 Stem Elbow
Filter Head
Carbon Filter
1/4 Equal Elbow
Solenoid Valve Double
5/16 & 1/4 Reducing Elbow
5/16 Tube (Metre lengths)
1/4 Drain Valve
Quartz Sleeve
Sleeve O-Ring
SS Insert Faucet
Faucet (H & C)
Faucet (H & C) inc Item 13
Faucet O-Ring
Faucet Nipple
Faucet Gauze
Silicon tube
Hot Sensor
Hot Tank
5/16 Drain Valve
Cold Tank
1/4 Equal Tee

6
21

10
*Customer specific
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Wetted Parts List

Wetted Parts List

Cold and Ambient Models

Cold and Ambient Models


No.

11
10
*5

17

1
2

18
12

3
4

13
14
2

13

2
6

19
2

16
15

1
2
3
4
*5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

14
15
16
17
18
19

Part Description
1/4 Bulkhead Fitting
1/4 PE Tube
1/4 Stem Elbow
Filter Head
Carbon Filter (Customer specific)
1/4 Equal Elbow
Solenoid Valve Double
5/16 Tube
1/4 Drain Valve
Quartz Sleeve
Sleeve O-Ring
SS Insert Faucet
Faucet (2 hole)
Faucet (2 hole, including Item 12)
Faucet O-Ring
Faucet Nipple
Faucet Gauze
Silicon tube
Cold Tank
Equal Tee

9
*Customer specific
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Wetted Parts List

Wetted Parts List

Cold and Sparkling Models

Cold and Sparkling Models


No.

2 1

13

2
7

16

24 23
15
*5

29
14
6

*5

26

26
18

3
4

2
2

12

2
6

17
17

11

10

2
2
13

17

6
6
2
10

19
20
22
21

1
2
3
4
*5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

Part Description
1/4 Bulkhead Fitting
1/4 PE Tube
1/4 Stem Elbow
Filter Head
Carbon Filter
1/4 Equal Elbow
Solenoid Valve Double
5/16 & 1/4 Reducing Elbow
5/16 Tube
1/4 Drain Valve
Water Pressure Pump
Solenoid Valve Single
Non-Return Valve
Safety Valve
Quartz Sleeve
Sleeve O-Ring
1/4 Equal Tee
SS Insert Faucet
Faucet (2 hole)
Faucet (2 hole, inc Item 18)
Faucet O-Ring
Faucet Nipple
Faucet Gauze
Level Probe
Level Sensor Sleeve
1/4 Straight Adapter
Sparking Double Cold Tank

12
*Customer specific
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Wetted Parts List

Wetted Parts List

Cold Only Models

Cold Only Models


No.

11
10
17

*5
1

18

13

12

3
4

13
14

2
7

1
2
3
4
*5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

16
15

14
15
16
17
18

Part Description
1/4 Bulkhead Fitting
1/4 PE Tube
1/4 Stem Elbow
Filter Head
Carbon Filter
1/4 Equal Elbow
Solenoid Valve Single
5/16 Tube
1/4 Drain Valve
Quartz Sleeve
Sleeve O-Ring
SS Insert Faucet
Faucet (C only)
Faucet (C only, inc Item 12)
Faucet O-Ring
Faucet Nipple
Faucet Gauze
Silicon tube
Cold Tank

2
6

9
*Customer specific
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Main Parts Illustration

Models WLMHC3000/WLMCW3000

Main Part List

Models WLMHC3000/WLMCW3000
No.

51

52

8
11

*5

10 9 38
12

15 22
24
23
13
47
26
25
28
48
19

40

50

39

20 21
45
41

14
17
18

35
37

42

43 44

2
3
4
5*
6
7
8

16
29

27
6

36

30

10

46

3 49
11

31
1

32

2 33
34

12
13
14

Part Description
Drip Tray with WL Logo
Drip Tray with no Logo
Front Panel for Drip Tray Insert
Filter Housing Bracket
Valve Head
Domestic Filter
Front Metal Panel
Side Panel
Front Door Panel
H/C/S Display PCB
English, French, German
Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
English, French, Dutch
Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
Cold & Ambient Display
English, French, German
English, French, Spanish
Keymat (C & H & Ex)
Keymat (C & S & H & Ex)
Keymat (C & S & A)
Keymat (C&S)
Keymat (C only)
LCD 4 button hole Label
2 button hole label
No button hole label
Top Cover
UV Retain NUT
CDS Sensor

*Customer specific
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No.
15
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

Part Description

No.

UV Rubber
UV Lamp
UV Lamp Assembly with Wire
Black O-Ring
Quartz Sleeve
Retaining Nut
UV Ballast
Power Transformer 1A
Main PCB H&C
Main PCB C&H&S
Main PCB C only
Main PCB C&S
Upper Base
Solenoid Valve Single
Solenoid Valve Double
Hot Tank with Heater
Hot Sensor
Hot Tank Insulation
Cold Sensor
Cold Tank (Single)
Cold Tank Insulation
Compressor
Dryer
Down Base
Rubber Feet
Fan Motor
Condenser
Back Panel

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Part Description
Cord Socket
Fuse (10A)
Fuse Holder
Power Switch (Red)
Heater & Comp Switch (Green)
Hot Tank Drain Valve 5/16
Cold Tank Drain Valve 1/4
Bulk Head Fitting
Side Panel
CDS Fixing Rubber
Thermal cut-out 105C (Manual)
Filter Clip 3
Power Cord Europe
Power Cord UK
Programming PCB
Plastic Cover for PCB

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