Cornelius Soda Machine Troubleshooting From quick service to concession stands, Cornelius soda fountain machines have become a common sight. Their ease-of-use and ability to offer multiple drinks make them useful units for your establishment. If something is off about your Cornelius soda dispenser, it’s important to figure out the issue quickly and get your trusted service technician to alleviate the issue. Learn about the signs and symptoms for multiple issues that could be occurring with your Cornelius soda machine dispenser. This troubleshooting guide will cover the Enduro Series, including ED-150, ED-175, ED-200/250 and ED-300 models.
Cornelius Soda Machine Troubleshooting Solutions
Troubleshooting a Cornelius Enduro Series Soda Fountain Machine
Fuse or circuit breaker has blown.
Gate doesn’t open, and agitator won’t turn.
Gate doesn’t open or opens slowly, and agitator still turns.
-Gate solenoid is defective
Ice is continuously dispensing.
-Depressor plate is bent and doesn’t engage switch
Ice is slushy, water is present in hopper.
-Unit isn’t sitting level
Beverages aren’t dispensing.
-No CO2 pressure
Beverages are too sweet.
-No CO2 pressure in the carbonator
Beverage isn’t sweet enough.
-Syrup tank is empty
Beverages aren’t cold enough (for units with built-in cold plate).
-No ice in the hopper/cold plate cabinet
Flavor syrups aren’t dispensing.
Flavor dispenses longer than 1 second.
-PC board is defective
More than 0.5 oz of flavor is dispensed.
-Incorrect flow control setting