COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR & FREEZER SERVICE MANUAL

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COMMERCIALREFRIGERATOR & FREEZERSERVICE MANUAL(CFD Units)MODEL: CFD-1RRCFD-2RRCFD-3RRCFD-1FFCFD-2FFCFD-3FF

TABLE OF CONTENTS1. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST1.1 CFD1 series1.2 CFD2 series1.3 CFD3 series2.WIRING DIAGRAM2.1 One door refrigerator: CFD1RR2.2 One door freezer: CFD1FF2.3 Two door refrigerator: CFD2RR2.4 Two door freezer: CFD2FF2.5 Three door refrigerator: CFD3RR2.6 Three door freezer: CFD3FF3.PART DETAIL3.1 Control panel3.2 Door3.3 Shelf &Track & Bracket3.4 Hinge3.5 Refrigeration system3.6 Cooling system4. SUMMARY OF MAIN PARTS5. CONTROLLER INSTRUCTION5.1 Refrigerator controller5.2 Freezer controller6. REPLACEMENT OF THE MAIN PARTS6.1 Control panel component6.2 Door and hinge6.3 Cooling system6.4 Refrigeration system6.5 Others7. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE7.1 Cleaning7.2 17-1819-222323-2425-2829-323334-373838-3939

1. EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST1.1 CFD1 series1CABINET: N/A30DOOR SWITCH: 178174092CONTROL PANEL 31LOCK: 178130093FRONT GRILL324" CASTOR WITH BRAKE: 178164124UPPER RIGHT HINGE: 178HINGCFDTR334" CASTOR: 178193015BOTTOM RIGHT HINGE:178HINGCFDBR34DRAIN PLUG 6SPRING HINGE: 178CARTRIDGE35FOAMING HOLE COVER: N/A7TOP COVER FOR REVERSIBLE DOOR36DRAIN HOSE8BOTTOM COVER FOR REVERSIBLE DOOR37LIGHT COMPONENTS: 178190149DOOR: 1781508038POWER CORD: 1781017510GASKET: 178GSKT1157139COMPRESSOR UNIT INSTALLATION BOARD: N/A11BRACKETS: 1781864440CONDENSER: 17815157 or (17818779 )12LEFT SHELF TRACK: 178SHELFRAIL41CONDENSER FAN MOTOR: 1781490513RIGHT SHELF TRACK: 178SHELFRAIL42CONDENSER FAN COVER: 178546714SHELF: 178SHELFCFD43CONDENSER FAN MOTOR BLADE: 17811089RIGHT CONNECTING BOARD FOR CASTER15 44LEFT CONNECTING BOARD FOR CASTER16 4517LEG SUPPORTER 462FILTER FIXER: N/AFILTER: 970C032CAPTOUTER DRAIN PAN: 17816356

COMPRESSOR: Ref – 17817554, Old F –18LEFT TRACK FOR ASSEMBLING PANEL4717811567, New F – 1781146019RIGHT TRACK FOR ASSEMBLING PANEL48SPLICE BOX 20EVAPORATOR: 1781187249START CAPACITOR 21INNER DRAIN PAN: 1781506550OVERLOAD PROTECTOR 22FAN MOTOR INSTALLATION PANEL 51STARTER TEMPERATURE SENSOR OF CABINET INSIDE:23EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR: 178134075217813890 SF ONLY24THERMOSTAT (See Below)53KEY: 17811836POWER SWITCH: Old Green – 178103642526EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE SENSORNew Red-- 17810365EVAPORATOR COVER: 1781869654 :17813890 SF ONLY55DRAIN PAN HEATER :17815641EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR COVER:27178156995628BACK GRILL 5729COMPONENTS FOR BACK SHELF Freezer only Consult FactoryThermostat:17815350 – Refrigerator17816023 – with Relays SF10217818869 – SF104 Freezer 17819471 – Freezer 1.2 CFD2RR/CFD2FF3DRAIN HOSE HEATER : 17813722DEFROST HEATER :17813517

1CABINET: N/A33LOCK: 178130092CONTROL PANEL34DOOR SWITCH: 178174093FRONT GRILL 35BACK GRILL4RIGHT DOOR: 1781890436COMPONENTS FOR BACK SHELF5GASKET: 178GSKT10521374" CASTOR WITH BRAKE: 178164126UPPER RIGHT HINGE: 178HINGCFDTR384" CASTOR: 178193017BOTTOM RIGHT HINGE: 178HINGCFDBR39DRAIN PLUG: 178135888SPRING HINGE: 178CARTRIDGE40FOAMING HOLE COVER: N/A9LEFT DOOR: 1781890441DRAIN HOSE10GASKET: 178GSKT105214211UPPER LEFT HINGE: 178HINGCFDTL4312LEFT BOTTOM HINGE: 178HINGCFDBL4413SPRING HINGE: 178CARTRIDGE4514BRACKET4615MIDDLE BRACKET: 17815961 Support Rack4716BACK BRACKET4817LEFT SHELF TRACK: 178SHELFRAIL49CONDENSER FAN COVER: 178546718RIGHT SHELF TRACK: 178SHELFRAIL50FILTER FIXER: N/A19SHELF: 178SHELFCFD51FILTER52OUTER DRAIN PAN53COMPRESSOR (See Note Below)2021RIGHT CONNECTING BOARD FOR CASTER LEFT CONNECTING BOARD FOR CASTER LIGHT COMPONENTS: 17819014 (Cover ForLights)POWER CORD: 17810175TEMPERATURE SENSOR OF CABINET INSIDE:17813890 – SF ONLYCOMPRESSOR UNIT INSTALLATION BOARD:N/ACONDENSER: 17811539CONDENSER FAN MOTOR: R – 17810976F -- 17815815CONDENSER FAN MOTOR BLADE:R – 17817114 F -- 1781266022LEG SUPPORTER 54SPLICE BOX 23LEFT TRACK FOR ASSEMBLING PANEL 55STARTER 56OVERLOAD PROTECTOR 24RIGHT TRACK FOR ASSEMBLING PANEL 25EVAPORATOR: 1781699957START CAPACITOR 26INNER DRAIN PAN: 1781789158KEY: 1781183627FAN MOTOR INSTALLATION PANEL 59SUPPORT ROD28EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR: 178134076029EVAPORATOR COVER: 1781688361DRAIN PAN HEATER 62DRAIN HOSE HEATER 1781372263DEFROST HEATER 17817764303132EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR COVER:17818696THERMOSTAT (See Below)POWER SWITCH: Old Green – 17810364 Freezer only64New Red -- 17810365 Consult Factory4EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR 17813890 (SF Only)17815642

31. Thermostats:17818846 – SF104 Freezer 17816023 – SF102 w/ Relays Refrigerator17815350 – Refrigerator53. Freezer Compressor – Old: 17812874, New: 17818018Refrigerator Compressor – Old: 17817533, New: 178188921.3 CFD3RR/ CFD3FF1CABINET: N/A35DOOR SWITCH: 178174092CONTROL PANEL: 1781712536BACK GRILL3FRONT GRILL37COMPONENTS FOR BACK SHELF 4RIGHT DOOR: 17818904384" CASTOR WITH BRAKE: 178164125GASKET: 178GSKT10521394" CASTOR: 178193016UPPER RIGHT HINGE: 178HINGCFDTR40DRAIN PLUG: 178135887SPRING HINGE: 178CARTRIDGE41FOAMING HOLE COVER: N/A8BOTTOM RIGHT HINGE: 178HINGCFDBR42DRAIN HOSE943LEFT DOOR: 17818904LIGHT COMPONENTS: 17819014 (Cover ForLights)10GASKET: 178GSKT1052144POWER CORD11UPPER LEFT HINGE: 178HINGCFDTL45TEMPERATURE SENSOR OF CABINET INSIDE:5

17813890 -- SF Only1213141546LEFT BOTTOM HINGE: 178HINGCFDBLSPRING HINGE: 178 CARTRIDGE4748BRACKETS49MIDDLE BRACKETSCOMPRESSOR UNIT INSTALLATION BOARD:N/ACONDENSER: R-17811539, F-17817943CONDENSER FAN MOTOR: R-17810976,F-17815815BLADE OF CONDENSER FAN MOTOR:R-17817114, F-1781266016BACK BRACKETS50CONDENSER FAN COVER: 1781209817LEFT SHELF TRACK: 178SHELFRAIL51FILTER FIXER: N/A18RIGHT SHELF TRACK: 178SHELFRAIL52FILTER19SHELF: Left or Right – 178SHELFCFD53CONDENSATE DRAIN PAN: 1781262220MIDDLE SHELF: 178SHELFCFD354COMPRESSOR: R-17815901, F-17818299212223242526RIGHT CONNECTING BOARD FOR CASTER LEFT CONNECTING BOARD FOR CASTER LEG SUPPORTER 555657LEFT TRACK FOR ASSEMBLING PANEL58 RIGHT TRACK FOR ASSEMBLING PANEL59 60EVAPORATOR: 17810051SPLICE BOX STARTER OVERLOAD PROTECTOR START CAPACITOR AC CONTACTOR: 17819644BOTTOM HINGE FOR MIDDLE DOOR:178HINGCFDBM27INNER DRAIN PAN: 1781144861MIDDLE DOOR BLOCK: N/A28FAN MOTOR INSTALLATION PANEL 62KEY: 1781183629EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR: 1781340763SUPPORT ROD 3064EVAPORATOR COVER: 17818904EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR 17813890 – SF Only31EVAPORATOR FAN COVER: 1781569965DRAIN PAN HEATER: 17815643 32THERMOSTAT (See Below)66DRAIN HOSE HEATER: 17813722 67DEFROST HEATER: 17817359 3334POWER SWITCH: Green Old – 17810364Red New - 17810365LOCK: 13009 Freezer only68 Consult Factory32. Thermostats:17816023 – SF 102, Refrigerator Thermostat17818846 – SF104, Freezer Thermostat 17815350 – Carenl Refrigerator Thermostat17819471 – Carel Freezer Thermostat 6

2. WIRING DIAGRAM2.1 One door refrigerator: CFD1RR2.2 One door freezer: CFD1FF7

2.3 Two door refrigerator: CFD2RR2.4 Two door freezer: CFD2FF8

2.5 Three door refrigerator: CFD3RR2.6 Three door freezer: CFD3FF9

3. PART DETAIL3.1 Control panelBrandThermostatPower SwitchLockDoor SwitchKey3.2 DoorDoor Gasket3.3 Shelf &Track & BracketComponentfor back shelfLightComponentLeft Shelf TrackBracketBack BracketRight Shelf TrackLeft ShelfTrackShelfMiddleBracket10

3.4 HingeUpper l PanelBottom HingeBottom Left HingeBottom Right HingeComparison Of HingeUpper Left HingeBottom Left HingeUpper Right HingeSpring HingeBottom Right Hinge11Bottom HingeFor MiddleDoor(CFD3 ONLY)

3.5 Refrigeration serfan motorCondenserfan motorcoverCompressor componentOut drain panFilter mountFilterDrain hoseSuction pipeSupport rodLeg supportInstallationboard12

3.6 Cooling systemEvaporator fanmotor coverInner drain panEvaporator coverEvaporatorfan motorFan motorinstallationboardTemp sensorEvaporatorFreezer only: defrost heater, inner drain pan heater, drain hose heater, defrost in pan heater andheater insulatorInner drain pan13

5. CONTROLLER INSTRUCTION5.1 Refrigerator controllerDigital controller model: PJEZDisplay and functionsDuring normal operation, the controller displays the value of the probe set usingparameter/4( 1 ambient probe, default, 2 second probe, 3 third probe).In addition, thedisplay has LEDs that indicate the activation of the control functions (see Table 1),while the3 buttons can be used to activate/deactivate some of the functions (see Table 2).14

Setting the set point (desired temperature)1. press SET for 1 second, the set value will start flashing after a few moments;2. increase or decrease the value using UP or DOWN;3. press SET to confirm the new value.Switching the device ON/OFFPress UP for more than 3 seconds. The control and defrost algorithms are now disabledand the Instrument displays the message “OFF” alternating with the temperature read bythe set probe.Manual defrostPress for DOWN more than 3 seconds (the defrost starts only if the temperature conditionsare valid).Continuous cyclePress UP and DOWN together for more than 3 seconds.Access and setting type F (frequent) and type C (configuration) parameters1. Press SET for 3 seconds (the display will show ”PS”);2.To access the type F and C parameter menu, press SET, enter the password “22”using UP/DOWN, press SET to confirm;To access the F parameter menu only, press SET (without entering the password);3. Scroll inside the parameter menu using UP/DOWN;4. To display/set the values of the parameter displayed, press SET, then UP/DOWN andfinally SET to confirm the changes (returning to the parameter menu).To save all the new values and exit the parameter menu, press SET for 3 seconds;To exit the menu without saving the changed values (exit by timeout) do not press anybutton for at least 60 seconds.15

5.2 Freezer controllerDigital controller model: IR33Signals on the displayThe blinking status indicates a request for activation that cannot be implemented until theend of the corresponding delay times.16

Setting the set point (desired temperature value)To display or change the set point, proceed as follow:1. Press the “Set” button for more than 1 second to display the set point;2. Increase or decrease the value of the set point, using the ““ and “until reaching the desired value;3. Press the “Set” button again to confirm the new value.Alarms with manual resetAlarms with manual reset can be reset by pressing the “5 seconds.“ and “ ““ respectively,“ for more thanManual defrostAs well as the automatic defrost function, a manual defrost can be enabled, if thetemperature conditions allow, by pressing the”“ button for more than 5 seconds.Continuous cyclePressing the buttons ““ and ““ simultaneously for more than 5 seconds enablethe continuous cycle function.During operation in continuous cycle, the compressor continues to operate for the time “cc”and it stops when reaches the “cc” time out or the minimum temperature envisaged (AL minimum temperature alarm threshold).Continuous cycle setting: “cc” parameter (continuous cycle duration):”cc” 0 neveractive;”c6” parameter (by passing the alarm after the continuous cycle):”cc” 0 neveractive; it avoid or delays the low temperature alarm after the continuous cycle.Accessing the configuration parameter (type C)1. Pressing the ““ and “Set” buttons at the same time for more than 5 seconds, thedisplay will show “00”(password prompt).2. Press “Set”, use the ““ “ or ““ buttons to display the number “22” (parameteraccess password).3. Confirm by pressing “Set”.4. The display will show the first modifiable “C” parameter.Accessing the configuration parameter (type F)1. Hold the ““ button for more than 5 seconds (if there are active alarms, first mute thebuzzer), the display will show the first modifiable “F” parameter.Modifying the parametersAfter having displayed the parameter, either type “C” or type “F”, proceed as follows:1. Use the ““ or ““ buttons to scroll the parameters until the parameter to bemodified is reached. When scrolling the parameters, an icon is shown on the display thatrepresents the category of the parameter.17

2. Alternatively, press the““button to display a menu that can be used to quickly accessthe group of parameters to be modified.3. Scrolling the menu using the ““and ““buttons displays the codes of thevarious categories of parameters, accompanied by the corresponding icon on the display(if present).4. Once having reached the desired category, press “Set” to go directly to the firstparameter in the chosen category (if no parameter is visible, pressing the “Set” button willhave no effect)5. At this stage, modify the parameters or return to the “Category” menu, using the““button.6. Press ”Set” to display the value associated with the parameter.7. Increase or decrease the value using the ““ or ““ buttons respectively.8. Press “Set” to temporarily save the new value and return to the display of the parameter.9. Repeat the operation from point 1 or point 2.10. If the parameter has sub-parameters, press “Set” to display the first sub-parameter.11. Press the ““or ““ button to display all the sub-parameters.12. Press “Set “to display the associated value.13. Increase or decrease the value using the ““ or ““button respectively.14. Press “Set” to temporarily save the new value and return to the display of thesub-parameter code.15. Press ““ to return to the display of the parent parameter.Saving the new values assigned to the parameterTo permanently save the new values of the modified parameters, press the ““ buttonfor more than 5 seconds, thus exiting the parameter setting procedure. All themodifications made to the parameters temporarily saved in the RAM can be canceled and“normal operation” is resumed by not pressing any buttons for 60 seconds. All themodifications made to the parameters that were temporarily saved will be lost.18

Correct Settings for CAREL Controllers ERATURE UNIT F/C/c100CABINET OFFSET/c200EVAP OFFSETSt33-7USER SET POINTrd77DIFFERENTIALr133-10LOW LIMITr24310HIGH LIMITc022COMPRESSOR DELAYdI33DEFROST INTERVAL TIMEdt14358DEFROST TERMINATION TEMPdP12020MAX DEFROST DURATIONF0N/A2FAN OPERATING FUNCTIONF1N/A41FAN STARTING TEMPERATUREF2N/A1FAN STOPS WHEN COMPRESSOR STOPSF3N/A1FAN MODE DURING DEFROSTING19

6. REPLACEMENT OF THE MAIN PARTSCAUTION!!!Before beginning, make sure the device has been disconnectedfrom the power socket (pull the power plug) and has been cooleddown.6.1 Control panel components-Control panel-Thermostat-Power switch-Door switch-Lock and keyA. Unscrew the screws located on the bottom of the control panelB. Turn up the control panel and place that on the top of the cabinet. You canreplace the controller, power switch, lock, door switch here.20

C. You can also unscrew the screws located on the top of the control panel.Remove the control panel from the cabinet to replace the parts: controller,power switch, lock, door switch and the control panel.CAUTION!!! When screwing in the screw, please hold the control panel toprevent it from falling off and scratching the cabinet.D. To reassemble, reverse the order of the instructions.21

6.2 Door and hingeA. Disassemble control panel as described aboveB. Unscrew the screws located on each side of the front grill and remove thefront grillC. Unscrew the upper hinge. Unscrew the last screw while holding onto thedoor. You can replace the upper hinge and spring hinge here.22

D. Unscrew the lower hingeCAUTION!!! The door should be lifted by another person when unscrewing thelower hinge to avoid accident.E. Take off the door and you can replace the upper/lower/spring hinge anddoor here.Upper hingeLower hingeSpring hingeF. To reassemble the door, reverse the order of instructions. Assemble thelower hinge while lifting the door, and then assemble the upper hinge.G. If you want to replace the door gasket. Take off the gasket and assemble anew one by using a soft hammer to ensure proper alignment in the channel.Clean the gasket with a damp, soft cloth and then dry with a clean cloth.23

Reversible door, CFD1 Model only.A. Disassemble the control panel, front grill, hinges and door as describedabove.B. Rotate the door 180 degrees, attach the upper and lower hinge to the door.For example: The door was assembled with an upper right hinge and lowerright hinge, after removing the hinge and rotating 180 degrees, the door shouldbe assembled with an upper left hinge and lower left hinge.C. Mount the door onto the cabinet24

D. Take the top cover for the reversible door from the left side of the controlpanel to the right side.Take the bottom cover for the reversible door from the left side of the frontgrill to the right side.E, Assemble the control panel and the front grill. The left-hinged model is nowa right-hinged.Left HingedRight Hinged25

6.3 Cooling system-Evaporator/evaporator cover/Temperature sensor-Evaporator fan motor/fan motor cover-Inner drain pan-Defrost heater/drain pan heater/drain hose heater/defrost sensor (freezeronly)A. To replace the evaporator fan motor cover, unscrew the screws and replacewith a new cover.B. Unscrew the screws located on each side of the evaporator fan cover (left,right and front).You can replace the evaporator fan cover and inner drain panhere.Evaporatorfan coverInner drain pan(refrigerator only)26

C. The evaporator components are as pictured.RefrigeratorFreezerD. Unscrew the screws located on the fan motor installation board andtemperature sensor mount. You can replace fan motor and temperature senorhere.27

E. Unscrew the screws located on each side of the inner drain pan. Disconnectthe cable connectors. You can replace inner drain pan, drain pan heater anddrain hose heater here. (Freezer model only)F. Here is the evaporator unit after removing the fan motor and inner drain pan.(Freezer model only)DefrostsensorDefrostheaterG. Snip the pins used to mount the defrost heater. Disconnect the cableconnector. You can replace the defrost heater now. Also use the pins to mountthe defrost heater when installing the new one. (Freezer model only)28

H. Remove evaporator fan motor and fan motor installation board. Unscrewthe screws located on each side of the evaporator. You can replace theevaporator here.I. To reassemble the evaporator component, complete steps in reverse order.L. If you want to replace the temperature sensor and defrost sensor, the controlpanel must also be disassembled.29

6.4 Refrigeration system-Compressor/compressor components-Condenser/condenser fan motor/blade/cover-Outer drain pan-FilterA. Unscrew the screws located on both side of the front grill and remove that.B. Unscrew the screw used to mount the compressor unit installation board.C. Pull-out the compressor component, you can replace and clean the partshere.30

6.5 Others-Lamp component-Power cord/back grill/AC contactor-Shelf and shelf rail component1. Lamp componentUnscrew the screws used to mount the lamp component and install a newone.2. Power cord & back grill & AC contactorA. Unscrew the screws located on each side of the back grill.B. Remove the back grill. Unscrew the screws used to mount the power cordconnector. You can install a new power cord here.31

C. Unscrew the screw used to mount the AC contactor (Model CFD-3FFONLY)CAUTION!!! Please make sure the device is unplugged when you replacethe power cord and AC contactor.3. Shelf & shelf rail component.A. Pull the shelf out, you can replace or clean the shelf here or put a full-sizedfood pan on the rails.B. Replace and clean the shelf rail. Pull upward and outside the shelf rail.Front side of the railRear side of the railOne Pair32

C. Lift up on the front bracket (channel), you can replace and clean it here.D. Unscrew the screws used to mount the back component.E. Assemble the bracket (channel) by lining up the screw with the mountingbracket and pushing down on the bracket (channel) until secure.33

F. Install the shelf rail by lining up the clips on the rail with the holes on thebracket and pushing down.I. Clean the shelf with an appropriate disinfecting agent.34

7. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE7.1 CleaningCAUTION!!! Before cleaning the cabinet, ensure it is disconnected from themain power supply.A. Clean exterior and interior of the device with a damp and soft cloth. Dry andpolish the device with a soft and dry cloth after cleaning.B. Use a vacuum cleaner and soft brush to carefully clean the surface of thecondenser unit.35

Tips for cleaning1. Clean the unit regularly.2. Never use harsh cleaning substances such as scouring powder or cleanerscontaining alcohol or solvents that could damage the device’s surface.3. To prevent cooling problems, clean the condenser regularly.4. Never use a stiff brush to clean the unit.5. Do not pressure wash the unit.7.2 Maintenance1. Clean the exterior and interior of the unit and condenser unit monthly.2. Check the main power cable for damage regularly. Never operate the deviceif the cable is damaged. A damaged cable must immediately be replaced bycustomer service or a qualified electrician.3. In case of damage or malfunction, please contact our customer servicecenter at 1-800-678-5517.4. If the unit is not going to be used for a long period time, unplug the unit andremove the food. Clean and dry the unit thoroughly.5. Only a qualified technician using OEM replacement parts and accessoriesshould carry out repairs and maintenance of the unit. Do not attempt to repairthe unit yourself.36

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