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Scotsman SCCP30MA-1SU - Brilliance Gourmet Ice Machine 30 lb. per Day

Manufacturing Id: SCCP30MA-1SU

Scotsman SCCP30MA-1SU - Brilliance Gourmet Ice Machine 30 lb. per Day

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Bring the taste and purity of Scotsman gourmet ice into your home with this Brilliance undercounter ice machine. This compact unit will fit under any standard kitchen counter and can produce up to 30lbs of gourmet shaped ice every 24 hours. The easy to use control panel informs the user of no-water conditions and offers time to clean reminders, ensuring that you always have a ready supply of pure ice. The pump assisted drain makes emptying and cleaning the bin a quick and easy task, making this ice machine the perfect addition to any home kitchen, office break room, or spa. 

Specifications
  • 14-7/8" W x 22" D x 33-/38" H
  • Brilliance Undercounter Gourmet Ice Machine
  • Gourmet shaped ice
  • Air-cooled condenser with frontal air intake and outlet
  • Produces up to 30lbs per 24 hours
  • Built-in storage bin holds up to 26lbs at a time
  • Stainless steel cabinet with unfinished front-requires custom panel
  • Self-closing door
  • Pump-assisted drain evacuates water from bin quickly and completely to reduce down-time during cleaning
  • User friendly control panel
  • 1" adjustable legs
  • Interchangeable front door panel (additional door kits sold separately)
  • R-134A refrigerant
  • 115v/60/1-ph
  • 5 amps
  • 1-year parts and labor warranty on all components

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Scotsman SCCP30MA-1SU - Brilliance Gourmet Ice Machine 30 lb. per Day Reviews

White plastice door trim

How does Scotsman sell a stainless steel machine with a white plastic door trim. Looks like no thought went it to making this ice maker. This is my second machine and all the other changes were great. But white plastic trim come on.

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Questions and Answers

Q:

If I install this at my home, will ice hard freeze in the bin if ice is not used for several days?

Asked by: - 6/19/2020

Thank you for your question!

The bin area of the ice machine does not “freeze” it simply holds the ice. Unfortunately, we cannot ensure anything would freeze by just being laid on the ice itself.

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Q:

I am leaving for the season and want to turn my unit off. What are the instructions? My home is new and the contractor didn't leave me a manual. Thanks you.

Asked by: - 4/1/2020

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Do you sale the optional door kit for the Scotsman SCCP30MA-1SU? If so, what is the item number? Thank you

Asked by: - 4/11/2016

We do, but we do not have them online. Feel free to give our sales team at call at 866.200.6056.

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We purchased this product last year and it is wonderful. We plan to be out of town for a couple of months and want to turn it off along with the water. Is this okay to do that?

Asked by: - 9/12/2014

Alright, so, it's perfectly fine to power down your machine for months at a time—people do this regularly and especially in the wintertime. Now, since you're going to be out of town for a few months, I assume that, in addition to your ice machine, you'll be turning off your home's central air system and it's going to get cold in there while you're gone. You'll want to winterize your ice maker by draining it of all water—not only will this protect the machine's pipes from frozen water, but it'll also prevent mildew growth. Right. Step 1: scoop out all the ice and throw it away. Pour about 8 ounces of scale remover (Scotsman sells the stuff, it's not too expensive) into the reservoir and let the machine run for about 2 hours. This will remove the built up limescale from the reservoir. Pour hot water from your sink into the bin and melt all the new ice now in there. Clean out the bin liner with hot water, dry it, and maybe quickly sanitize it. (This deliming process, by the way, should be done yearly to keep the machine running well. Most users don't do it, but we recommend it anyway.)



Now, your ice machine should be completely free of ice and water. Turn the unit off and switch off the water supply. There's this rubber cap on the back wall of the ice storage bin, which you can unplug and then completely drain out the water reservoir: so do this, unstop the cap. From here disconnect the incoming water line at the inlet water valve, and then switch the machine back on. Use a tire pump or something to blow air through the inlet water valve until water stops flowing out. This is the drain pump model, right? For drain pump models, you should pour about half a gallon of R.V. antifreeze—NOT AUTOMOTIVE; propylene glycol—into the ice storage bin drain. Turn the machine back off and you're good.



This is all kind of involved, but it's what the manufacturer recommends. At the bare minimum, you should remove the ice from the bin. Anyway, I hope this helps. We're glad that you like your machine. Enjoy your trip!

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