Jun 3, 2014

Posted by Shanell Calloway in Business | Comments Off on Helpful Tips on Repairing your Beverage Dispenser

Helpful Tips on Repairing your Beverage Dispenser

In most cases, the average lifespan for a beverage dispenser is around ten years, maybe a little longer depending on how well you take care of it. When you start to approach the ten year mark with your beverage dispenser, you need to start to weigh the pros and cons of getting a new one to replace it. If you are not having a lot of repairs to your old machine, there is really no need to replace it. You may be able to add a few modern Beverage Dispenser Accessories to help prolong the life and functionality of your old machine. The following are a few tips on repairing your beverage dispenser.

No Power

If you notice that your beverage machine is not coming on at all, then you probably have a problem with the electrical supply going to it. The first thing you need to check is the breaker that supplies the power to the machine. In some cases the breaker will trip when there is a power overload, if this is the case all you have to do is flip it back to the on position. If the breaker is not the problem, then it may be necessary to call in a repair man to take a look at it to see if the internal power supply needs replacing.

Ice Agitator Problems

In some cases, you will have problems getting the ice out of your beverage dispenser and in most cases this due to improper use. You need to read your user manual and make sure that you know what type of ice you are supposed to use in the machine to avoid any problems. The more information you know about your machine, the less likely you will be to create problems.

Leaks in Your C02

Generally, every beverage dispenser will require carbon dioxide cartridges in order to produce the right affect with various soft drinks. You need to make sure that you keep a check on these cartridges to ensure that they are not leaking. Having a carbon dioxide leak in your restaurant can turn deadly if not caught in time. You need to get some soapy water in a spray bottle and spray it all over the carbon dioxide cartridges you are using. Next, look for bubbles because the presence of bubbles means that you have a leak in the cartridge.

If you need Beverage Dispenser Accessories for your current machine, contact Lancer Corporation.

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