Taiji Sake Warmer - TSK-130B
*The law in Florida and Pennsylvania prohibits the use of 18L or larger sake boxes. This item is not allowed in FL & PA.*
English Cleaning Instructions
How it works
- The unit indirectly heats the sake through a coil with warm water.
- Water enters the unit through top right hole in the machine.
- Beneath this hole is a water level indicator and then at the bottom on the right is a spout to release water from the unit.
- The sake box is connected to the machine by a coupler. There are two types of couplers for:
- Coupler A included: American sake boxes (ex. Oseiki)
- Coupler B import: Japanese sake boxes (ex. Shirayuki)
- The power button is the green [SW] button on the unit.
- The temperature control is to the right of the power yellow power button.
- Nurukan / low temperature is 45 degrees Celsius.
- Atsukan / high temperature is 65 degrees Celsius.
- The next button to the left of the temperature control is the manual pour button.
- The spout position controls the pouring and has an automatic shut off.
- When the spout is pushed back, the unit will pour sake.
- The tray is adjustable under the spout based on the size of the sake bottle.
- Mechanical failures after long time usage do not include issues with leakage or product misuse.
- Product guarantees covers mechanical failures for brand new machines at initial use, and covers the circuit board for 1 year.
- Clean daily. Sugar from the sake will build up inside and cause clogging, if not cleaned regularly.
- To clean, use an empty sake box, fill with warm water, then run the water through the machine several times.
- If the unit has not been cleaned, some parts of the unit may need to be replaced.
- Import part available for purchase through Korin's Customer Service:
- Taiji TSK Coupler for Ozeki (TK-103-02-CUPA)
- Sake Tank Cap (TK-103-18/31)
- Sake Tank Cap Gasket (TK-103-18/32)
- Valve Cap (TK-103-18/33)
- Sake Warmer Meter Cap (TK-103-18/20-2)
- PTC Heater (TK-103-18/8-2)