Commercial Refrigerator And Freezer

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COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZERUSER’S MANUALREACH-IN REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZERRefrigerator Models:R29-1SS, R54-2SS, R29-1G, R54-2G, R81-3G,RIR-1D-GD, RIR-2D-GD, RIR-3D-GD,Freezer Models:F29-1SS, F54-2SS, F81-2SSPLEASE READ THE MANUAL THOROUGHLY PRIOR TOEQUIPMENT SET-UP, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE.

INSTALLATIONIMPORTANT!!!PLEASE READ BEFORE INSTALLATION If the unit has recently been transported. Please let unit stand stillfor a minimum of 24 hours before plugging it in. Make sure that the unit drops down to desired temperature before loadingthe unit with product. Make sure that there is proper ventilation around the unit in the area whereit will operate. Make sure all accessories are installed (i.e. shelves, shelf clips,casters) before plugging the unit in. Please read through the Operation / Owners Manual in its entirety.CABINET LOCATION GUIDELINES Install the unit on strong and leveled surfaces-unit may make unpleasant noises if surface is uneven-unit may malfunction if surface is uneven Install the unit in an indoor, well-ventilated area-unit performs more efficiently in a well-ventilated area-for best performance, please maintain clearance of 4” on the back of theunit-outdoor use may cause decreased efficiency and damage to the unit Avoid installation in a high humidity and/or dusty area-humidity could cause unit to rust and decrease efficiency of the unit-dust collected on condenser coil will cause unit to malfunction. Clean thecondenser at least once a month with a brush or clean cloth Select a location away from heat and moisture-generating equipment-high ambient temperature will cause the compressor to overwork,leading to higher energy bills and gradual breakdown of the unit.ELECTRICALPlease ensure that the required voltage of the compressor is being supplied atall times. Low or high voltage can detrimentally affect the refrigeration unit.All units should be plugged into a grounded and properly-sized electrical outlet1

with appropriate overcurrent protection. Please refer to the electricalrequirement on the nameplate. Please make sure that your unit has its owndedicated outlet. Do not use an extension cord.SAFETY / WARNINGPlease pay close attention to the safety notices in this section.Disregarding these notices may lead to serious injury and/or damage tothe unit.ATTENTION To minimize shock and fire hazards, be sure not to overload outlet.Please designate one outlet for your unit. Do not use extension cords. Do not put your hands under the unit when the units is required to bemoved. When the unit is not in use for a long period o time, please unplug the unitfrom the outlet. After unplugging the unit, wait at least 10 minutes before re-pluggingit. Failure to do so could cause damage to the compressor.UNPLUG CORD To minimize shock and fire hazards, please do not plug or unplug thecord with wet hands. During maintenance and cleaning, please unplug the unit.PROPER GROUDING REQUIRED To minimize shock and fire hazards, make sure that the unit isproperly grounded.PROHIBITION Do not attempt to remove or repair any component unless instructedby factory. Make sure that the unit is not resting on or against the electrical cord andplug. To minimize personal injury, do not hang on the doors. Do not store any flammable and explosive gas or liquids inside the unit.2

Do not attempt to alter or tamper with the electrical cord.REGULAR MAINTENANCECLEANING THE CONDENSER COIL For efficient operation, it is important that the condenser surface bekept free of dust, dirt, and lint. We recommend cleaning the condenser coil and fins at least once permonth. Clean with a commercial condenser coil cleaner, available from any kitchenequipment retailer. Brush the condenser fins from top to bottom, not side toside. After cleaning, straighten any bent condenser fins with a fin comb.CLEANING THE FAN BLADE AND MOTOR If necessary, clean the fan blades and motor with a soft cloth, If it isnecessary to wash the fan blades, cover the fan motor to preventmoisture damage.CLEANING THE INTERIOR OF UNIT When cleaning the cabinet interior ,use a solvent of warm water andmild soap. Do not use steel wool, caustic soap, abrasive cleaners, or bleach thatmay damage the stainless steel surface. Wash door gaskets on a regular basis, preferably weekly. Simply removedoor gasket from the frame of the door, soak in warm water and soap forthirty (30) minutes, dry with soft cloth, and replace. Check door gaskets for proper seal after they are replaced. Periodically remove the shelves and pilasters from the unit and clean themwith mild soap and warm water. To remove the pilasters, first remove theshelves and shelf brackets. Then, simply lift the pilaster up and out.WARNINGDisconnect power cord before cleaning any parts of the unit.3

TROUBLE SHOOTINGBefore requesting any service on your unit, please check the following points.Please note that this guide serve only as a reference for solutions to commonproblems.SYMPTOMCompressornot running.POSSIBLE CAUSECORRECTIVE ACTIONFuse blown or circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse or reset circuitBreaker.Power cord unplugged.Plug in power cord.Thermostat set too high.Set thermostat to lowertemperature.Cabinet in defrost cycle.Wait for defrost cycle to finish.Condensing Excessive amount of warm productAllow adequate time forunit runs for placed in cabinet.product to cool down.long periods Prolonged door opening or door ajar. Ensure doors are closed whenof time.not in use. Avoid opening doorsfor long periods of time.Door gasket(s) not sealing properly. Ensure gaskets are snapped inCompletely. Remove gasketand wash with soap and water.Check condition of gasket andreplace if necessary.Dirty condenser coil.Clean the condenser coil.Evaporator coil iced over.Unplug unit and allow coil todefrost. Make sure thermostatis not set too cold. Ensure thatdoor gasket(s) are sealingproperly.CabinetThermostat set too warm.Set thermostat to lowertemperaturetemperature.is too warm. Blocking are flow.Re-arrange product to allow forproper air flow. Make sure thereis at least four inches ofclearance from evaporator.Excessive amount of warm productAllow adequate time forplaced in cabinet.product to cool down.Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse or reset circuitbreaker.Dirty condenser coil.Clean the condenser coil.Prolonged door opening or door ajar. Ensure doors are closed whennot in use. Avoid opening doors4

Cabinet isnoisy.Evaporator coil iced over.Loose part(s).Tubing vibration.5for long periods of time.(see above)Locate and tighten loosepart(s).Ensure tubing is free fromcontact with other tubing orcomponents.

COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZER USER'S MANUAL REACH-IN REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZER Refrigerator Models: R29-1SS, R54-2SS, R29-1G, R54-2G, R81-3G, RIR-1D-GD, RIR-2D-GD, RIR-3D-GD, . Clean with a commercial condenser coil cleaner, available from any kitchen equipment retailer. Brush the condenser fins from top to bottom, not side to

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