Unique Gas Products UGP-10 Operating instructions

UNIQUE UGP 3
PORTABLE CAMPING REFRIGERATOR
Installation and Owners Manual
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. Refer to this manual.
For assistance or additional information consult a
qualified installer, service agency or the gas
supplier.
!SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
FOR YOUR SAFETY IF YOU SMELL GAS
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Open windows.
Do not touch electrical switches.
Extinguish any open flame
Immediately turn off gas supply and call your gas supplier
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Evacuate enclosure
2. Call professional for help
The installation of the appliance must conform with local codes ANSI
Z21.74 1992, in the absence of local national Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z233.1,
and in Canada B149.2 Propane Storage and Handling Code
2010-04-16
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Table of Contents
Chapters
Welcome
1
Safety and Warnings
1
Appliances Installation/ Operating Instructions
2
Maintenance & Service
3
Troubleshooting & Suggested Spares
4
Door Removal and Reversal
5
Temperature Controls & Food Storage and
Cleaning
6
Wiring Diagram
7
Parts & Warranty
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Chapter
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Welcome &
Congratulations
C
ongratulations on your purchase of a UNIQUE refrigerator!. We are very proud
of our product and we are completely committed to providing you with the best
service possible. Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. Please read this manual very
carefully. It contains valuable information on how to properly maintain your new gas
refrigerator.
We know you will enjoy your new refrigerator and Thank You for choosing one of our
Unique Gas Products. We hope you will consider us for future purchases.
PLEASE READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This manual provides specific operation instructions for your model. Use your
refrigerator only as instructed in this manual. These instructions are not meant to cover
every possible condition and situation that may occur. Common sense and caution must
be practiced when installing, operating and maintaining the appliance
Please record your model and serial # shown below for future reference. This
information is found on your CSA rating/serial plate inside the refrigerator compartment.
Please mail in the Warranty Registration Card
included with you refrigerator.
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Safety and Warnings
If you smell gas
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Open Windows
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Don’t touch electrical switches
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Extinguish any open flame
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Immediately call your gas supplier
For you Safety

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this unit or any other appliance
Warning
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Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. Refer to this manual. For assistance or additional
information consult a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
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This product can produce Carbon Monoxide. Carbon Monoxide has no odour
and can kill you. The burner and flue system must be kept clean. See owner’s
manual for cleaning instructions.
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Electrical Grounding Instructions: This appliance is equipped with a three-prong
(grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazards and should be
plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or
remove the grounding prong from this plug
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Provide ample ventilation, especially when sleeping. This refrigerator “consumes
air” (oxygen). Do not use this refrigerator in unventilated structures to avoid
endangering your life. Provide additional ventilation for any additional fuelburning appliances and additional “occupants.”
Installation Instructions
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The installation of the appliance must conform ANSI Z21.74 1992 in the
absence of local national Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z233.1, and in Canada B149.2
Propane Storage and Handling Code
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Chapter
3
Installation and Operating Instructions
Installation
For best performance at high ambient temperatures, there must be free air
circulation over the cooling unit at the rear of the refrigerator.
Ensure that there is a free air space above the refrigerator and that the flue (chimney)
on top of the cabinet is not covered in any way. Do not place the refrigerator in a
space where air circulation is restricted. Follow “clearance” instructions.
This UNIQUE 3 appliance has been certified as a portable camping appliance in North
America. Per the ANSI standard, this refrigerator is intended for use both indoors in
adequately ventilated structures, and outdoors. Please refer to relevant provincial /state
codes. While using on electrical operation this unit can be used in an enclosed area but
must still be protected from moisture and comply with all clearances.
For installation, for maintaining proper clearances from combustible material to the
refrigerator, the following minimum clearance must be observed:
Clearances
Minimum clearances to combustible materials are:
Top – 4”
Sides – 1”
Rear – 1”
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Note: DO NOT install the appliance directly on carpeting. Carpeting must be
removed or protected by a metal or wood panel beneath the appliance, which
extends at least the full width and depth of the appliance.
Keep appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other
liquids with flammable vapors.
WARNING – DO NOT USE FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS
Levelling
Ensure the fridge is leveled by using a 2ft level; the operation of this unit uses an
absorption system which requires the appliance to be level in order to operate
effectively.
Connecting to Gas Cylinder
The refrigerator is designed for a 20# steel propane self contained fuel cylinder of
not more 4.6 gal (20lbs) capacity. The cylinder(s) must be constructed and marked in
accordance with the specifications for LP-gas cylinders of the U.S. Department of
Transportation, DOT SPEC. 39 (49CFR 178.65).
Connecting of Gas Supply
1. Use supplied regulator and hose to connect your appliance to the gas supply
2. Hook up the 5/8”-18UNF connection to the back of your appliance using a back
up wrench
3. Attach the regulator cap to the tank inlet connection and ensure it is tight
4. After connecting, all gas connections must be checked for leaks. For this, put
a soapy solution on all gas connections, turn on the gas cylinder manual valve and
watch for bubbles. Never use an open flame to check for leaks
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Note: The gas supply system must incorporate a pressure regulator to maintain a supply
pressure of not more than 12” water column and no less than 11” water column. (Max
setting)
General Operating Instructions
Importance of Leveling a Refrigerator
The refrigerator must be adjusted to a vertical position in both directions. In an
absorption refrigeration system, ammonia is liquefied in the finned condenser coil at the
top rear of the refrigerator. The liquid ammonia then flows into the Evaporator (inside
the freezer section) and is exposed to circulating flow of hydrogen gas, which causes the
ammonia to evaporate, creating a cold condition in the freezer.
When starting this refrigerator, the cooling cycle may require up to four hours of running
time to begin cooling before the cooling unit is fully operational, you can then begin
slowly loading the compartment.
The tubing in the evaporator section is specifically sloped to provide a continuous
movement of liquid ammonia, flowing downward by gravity through this section. If the
refrigerator is operated when not level, liquid ammonia will accumulate in sections of the
evaporator tubing. This will slow the circulation of hydrogen and ammonia gas, or in
severe cases, completely block it, resulting in a loss of cooling. Warranty will not cover
recharge/rebuild if caused by not running the fridge level.
This refrigerator operates LP Gas (Propane), 110V (Electricity) and 12V DC
Gas Operation
“Start Up” Procedure
After initial installation, servicing, or changing gas cylinders etc., the gas pipes may
contain some air which should be allowed to escape by briefly turning on the
refrigerator. This will ensure that the flame lights immediately.
1. Make sure that all valves between the gas container and the refrigerator are
open.
2. Turn selector switch (E) to gas.
3. Depress the safety device control (C) and hold it down while immediately
depressing the piezoelectric igniter button (A) repeatedly.
4. Check the flame indicator (B) to see whether the flame is alight.
5. Keep the safety device control (C) depressed for a further 10-15 seconds.
6. Release the safety device control (C) and again check to see that the flame is
alight.
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7. Adjust the thermostat knob (D) to desired temperature setting after 4 to 8
hours of operation.
8. To terminate gas operation, turn selector switch (E) to either AC, DC or
OFF position.
Shut Down Procedure – LP Gas
A. Turn selector knob “E” to the “AC, DC or OFF” position
B. Shut the gas off at the LP-gas supply cylinder when the appliance is not in use.
C. If the refrigerator will not be in operation for a period of weeks, it should be emptied,
defrosted, cleaned and the doors left open. The ice tray should also be dried and kept
outside the cabinet.
110V Operation
1. Make sure that the gas valve is turned off at the tank.
2. Ensure the electrical cord is plugged into a grounded outlet
3. Turn the selector switch (E) to AC position, AC power indicator will illuminate
4. Adjust the thermostat knob to desired temperature setting after 4 to 8 hours of
operation.
12V DC Operation
1. If 110 Volts or LP gas is not available, the refrigerator can work with DC12V
(3-Way models only).
2. Make sure that you turn the main power switch (E) to “DC” position. Then
you can connect the 12VDC power to the terminal block which is available
in the rear bottom part of the refrigerator.
3. DC operation is not as efficient as LP Gas or AC operation. DC electric
should not be used to initially cool the refrigerator. Only use DC when the
other modes are unavailable (for example; while in transit). When you start to
use AC or gas supply, make sure that you disconnect the DC power input.
CONTROLS – See Fig 1. for description of controls on next page
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Figure #1
A
B
C
D
E
Thermostat
The refrigerator cooling temperature is controlled by a combination thermostat that can
be adjusted by turning knob D to different settings to maintain the desired refrigerator
temperature when operating on either gas or 110V. Knob C also incorporates a safety
device which automatically shuts off the supply of gas if the flame goes out. The piezo
electric igniter discharges sparks onto the burner when the button is pushed. See Figure #1
1. “DEF” Defrost setting on the Gas/Electric Thermostat: In gas operation, the
thermostat closes its main valve and the burner runs continuously at the bypass rate or
pilot flame. (turn fully counter clockwise), and in 110V operation the element will cycle
off, until cooling is again required.
2. “MAX” Setting of the Thermostat: In gas operation, the thermostat allows the
burner to remain on high flame continuously. (turn clockwise), and in 110V operation the
element will stay on until the desired temperature is reached inside the fridge.
3. The thermostat can be adjusted between “Max” and “Warm” to obtain the desired
fridge temperature. When the thermostat reaches the set temperature, it will reduce the
burner back to bypass operation or shut the element off in 110V operation.
4. In DC operation the fridge will only maintain the temperature that’s already been
achieved. There is no thermostatic function.
When operating on 110V or LP gas the setting of the thermostat is critical, and
recommend it be adjusted to maintain a dry frost on the cooling fins (approx 38
Fahrenheit or 3 Celsius). Adjust the thermostat knob closer to “Max” (clockwise) when
the ambient temperature rises.
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How to Use the Refrigerator
FOOD STORAGE COMPARTMENT
The food storage compartment is completely closed and unventilated, this is necessary to
maintain the required low temperature for food storage. The coldest areas in the
refrigerator are under the cooling fins and at the bottom of the refrigerator. The warmer
areas are on the upper door shelves. This should be considered when placing different
types of food in the refrigerator.
FROZEN FOOD STORAGE COMPARTMENT
This compartment is not designed for deep or quick freezing of food. Meat or fish,
whether raw or prepared, can be stored in the frozen food storage compartment provided
they are pre-cooled in the refrigerator. To prevent food from drying out, keep it in
covered dishes, containers, plastic bags or wrapped in aluminum foil.
Defrosting
Frost will gradually accumulate inside the refrigerator and freezer surfaces. It must not be
allowed to grow too thick as it acts as an insulator and adversely affects the refrigerator
performance. Check the formation of frost every week and when it exceeds ½” thick,
defrost the refrigerator.
Shut off and empty the refrigerator, leaving the fridge and the freezer doors open.
Defrosting time can be reduced by filling the ice tray with hot water and placing it in the
freezer compartment.
DO NOT USE A HOT AIR BLOWER, PERMANENT DAMAGE
COULD RESULT , DO NOT USE A KNIFE, AN ICE PICK, OR
ANY OTHER SHARP TOOLS TO REMOVE FROST FROM
THE FREEZER COMPARTMENT.
FRIDGE SECTION
Inside the refrigerator compartment, the defrost water into a catch tray inside the fridge
which can be removed and emptied. If heavy frost has built up on the cooling fins
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creating a lot of defrost water, your water reservoir may overflow, we suggest you inspect
reservoir before/after cycle.
FREEZER SECTION
This area must be wiped down with cloths to remove water after defrosting; there is no
catch tray for this compartment
When all frost is melted in the freezer compartment & interior of the refrigerator it
should be wiped up with a clean cloth. Replace all food and set the thermostat to its
normal position.
Cleaning
Cleaning the refrigerator is usually done after it is defrosted or put into storage. To clean
the interior liner of the refrigerator, use a lukewarm water and weak soda solution. Use
only warm water to clean the finned evaporator, gasket, ice trays and shelves.
Never use strong chemicals or abrasives to clean these parts as the protective
surfaces will be damaged. It is important to always keep the refrigerator clean.
Dishwasher detergent is recommended
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Chapter
3
Maintenance & Service
The user should be aware of service that must be done on a regular schedule to keep the
refrigerator operating properly. Installation must be by a licensed gas fitter in accordance
with local codes or must comply with Propane Installation Code CAN/CGA-B149.2
(latest edition)
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Keep appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other
liquids with flammable vapors.
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Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air, ensure clearances are
followed..
REFRIGERATOR REMOVAL
Before working on the refrigerator, shut off the gas supply. Disconnect the gas supply line
at the rear of the refrigerator. Always use a back up wrench when loosening and
tightening this connection. Disconnect fridge from 110V source.
Warning: To avoid electrical shock always unplug your fridge before cleaning.
Ignoring this may result in injury.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Before working on refrigerator, shut off the gas supply. Disconnect the gas line at the rear
of the refrigerator. Always use a back up wrench when loosening and tightening this
connection.
To keep your refrigerator operating effectively and safely, periodic inspection and
cleaning of several components is recommended once or twice a year, sometimes more
often depending on environment.
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It's important to keep the area at the back of the refrigerator clean. Clean the coils on
the back of the refrigerator. Use a soft bristled brush to dust off the coils.
Note: The following maintenance is required at least once or twice a year at least,
more often based upon usage/environment.
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Check all connectors in the complete refrigerator LP gas system for gas leaks.
The LP gas supply must be turned on. Apply a non corrosive bubble solution to
all LP connections. The appearance of bubbles indicates a leak and should be
repaired immediately by a qualified serviceman.
WARNING – DO NOT USE FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS
PROCEDURE FOR CLEANING THE COOLING SYSTEM FLUE
WARNING: Carbon Monoxide can be hazardous to your health. Gas appliances
may emit excessive Carbon Monoxide if the refrigerator’s burner, burner orifice, and
the flue tube are not regularly cleaned. To prevent Carbon Monoxide, the burner,
burner orifice, and the cooling system’s flue tube must be cleaned at least once a year
and after all prolonged (seasonal) shut-down periods. Refer to the following cleaning
procedures, or contact a qualified installer, your dealer.
1. Before cleaning, cover the burner to protect it from dirt;
2. Remove the refrigerator from its enclosure.
3. Remove the spiral flue baffle from the flue tube.
4. Using a stiff brush or fine emery cloth, clean the spiral flue baffle of debris.
5. Clean the inside of the flue tube with a flue brush. Inspect burner after cleaning.
6. Re-install the spiral flue baffle. Insure the spiral flue baffle is securely in place. The
spiral flue baffle is required for efficient cooling while operating in the gas mode.
CLEANING THE BURNER
Take off the protection hood and do the following:
1. Clean the openings and the burner screen with a wire brush
2. Clean and inspect the electrode and thermocouple. If either is corroded, have
it changed. Check that they are well attached and if necessary tighten the
screws
3. Check that the spark is created by pressing the electric piezo ignite button on
the control panel.
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4. Before removing burner orifice, clean burner area of any soot, scale or dirt
Remove the orifice and soak it in alcohol (isopropyl alcohol or thinners) and
blow it out with compressed air. Do not use thin objects to either clean or
unblock the injector. Re-install and tighten burner orifice.
5. Replace burner
Warning - DO NOT use a pin or wire when cleaning the
burner orifice as damage can occur to the precision opening.
This can cause damage to the refrigerator or create a fire
hazard. It will also create extremely dangerous levels of
carbon monoxide.
Visually check burner flame to ensure you have a clean burning flame, this
is represented by a blue looking flame, a yellow/orange flame represents a
dirty burner or orifice and needs to be cleaned.
Baffle
EXPLODED VIEW OF BURNER ASSEMBLY
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VIEW OF BACK OF THE APPLIANCE
WARNING – Button (C) Fig#1, page 7, must be manually depressed to allow gas
pressure to flow to the burner orifice. Be sure to apply the leak check solution before
depressing this button. DO NOT allow any open flame, sparks, smoking, etc. in the
area of the test. DO NOT depress (C) for over 30 seconds. If leak occurs, correct
problem, recheck with leak test solution then light the burner according to the
instructions under Operation Instructions, Chapter 2
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Chapter
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TROUBLESHOOTING INSTRUCTIONS &
SUGGESTED SPARE PARTS TO KEEP ON HAND
REFRIGERATOR DOES NOT COOL, CHECK LIKELY CAUSES:
1.
Burner orifice clogged. Clean. See section MAINTENANCE & SERVICE, CHAPTER 3
2.
Check to ensure refrigerator is level – (left to right and front to back)
3.
Restriction on air flow across cooling unit.
4.
Heavy frost build up on evaporator fins. Defrost.
5.
Flue baffle not inserted properly in flue tube.
6.
Improperly set thermostat. See paragraph on thermostat. In hot weather or heavy use
the setting should be closer to “Max” than usual.
7.
Burner dirty. Clean. See Section MAINTENANCE & SERVICE, CHAPTER 3,
8.
LP gas pressure low at burner. Regulator pressure must not drop below 11 inches
W.C (water column) on high fire.
9.
110V supply disconnected or heating element not functioning
10. Burner damaged. Replace.
11. Odours and fumes
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Dislocated burner
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Damaged Burner
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Dirty orifice
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Dirty flue tube – CHAPTER 4.
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Suggested Spare Parts
The following is a list of commonly used parts which are available:
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Burner orifice
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Burner
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Electrode
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Thermocouple
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Piezo Igniter (push button)
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Baffle
Contact your dealer or an authorized service center for parts and repairs as needed. Quote
Model & Serial # - See CSA rating/serial plate on inside left wall.
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Door Removal & Reversal Instructions
This appliance has the capability of either opening the door from the left or right side.
The unit is delivered to you with the door opening from the left side, to the right. Should
you desire to reverse the opening direction, please follow the following instructions.
NOTE: All parts removed must be saved to do the re- install the door.
How to reverse the door: Figure #3.
1. Remove the lower hinge by loosening and removing the screws with
screwdriver, (2) position.(Figure #3)
2. Carefully lower the door and remove it.
3. Remove the three screws from the left top hinge (1) position; take the plastic
part off the hinge position.
4. Remove the three screws from the right top hinge and take off the hinge,
insert the plastic part, rivet the three screws thereafter.
5. Take off the lower hinge and fix it to the opposite side.
6. Take the door. Insert the lower hinge axle into the right bottom hole of the
door.
7. Fix the spare hinge to the left top position of the cabinet. Adjust the door;
make it straight and in alignment with the cabinet.
Note: As the door gasket gets pressed-in during shipment, after reversing the door the
gasket might have to be reset. If there is a gap between the cabinet and the door gasket,
set the gasket by gently pulling it out to seal the gap. If necessary, you are recommended
also to use the hair drier to warm the gasket in hot water to get rid of the gap.
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Figure#3
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Chapter
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Looking Inside
SHELF ADJUSTMENT
Refrigerator shelves are easily adjusted to suit individual needs. Before
adjusting the shelves, remove all food.
Food Storage Ideas
FRESH FOOD STORAGE
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The fresh food compartment should be kept between 38° F and 40° F (3.3° C
and 4.4° C) with an optimum temperature of 38° F (3.3°C).

Avoid overcrowding the refrigerator shelves. This reduces the circulation of air
around the food and results in uneven cooling.
MEAT
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Raw meat and poultry should be wrapped securely so leakage and contamination
of other foods or surfaces does not occur.
FROZEN FOOD STORAGE
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The freezer compartment should be kept at 8.6°F (-13°C) at a 77°F (25°C) room
ambient
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A freezer operates most efficiently when it is slowly loaded to 2/3 full.
PACKAGING FOODS FOR FREEZING
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To minimize dehydration and quality deterioration, use aluminium foil, freezer
wrap, freezer bags or airtight containers.
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Force as much air out of the packages as possible and seal them tightly. Trapped
air can cause food to dry out, change color, and develop an off-flavor (freezer
burn).
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Wrap fresh meats and poultry with suitable freezer wrap prior to freezing.
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Do not refreeze meat that has thawed.
LOADING THE FREEZER
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Avoid adding too much warm food into the freezer at one time. This overloads the
freezer, slows the rate of freezing, and can raise the temperature of frozen foods.

Leave a space between the packages, so cold air can circulate freely, allowing food to
freeze as quickly as possible.
Care and Cleaning
Keep your refrigerator and freezer clean to prevent odor build-up. Wipe up any spills
immediately and clean both sections at least twice a year. Never use metallic scouring
pads, brushes, abrasive cleaners or strong alkaline solutions on any surface. Do not wash
any removable parts in a dishwasher.
NOTES:
Do not use razor blades or other sharp instruments, which can scratch the
appliance surface when removing adhesive labels. Any glue left from tape
or labels can be removed with a mixture of warm water and mild
detergent, or, touch the glue residue with the sticky side of tape you have already
removed. Do not remove the certification/serial plate.
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Chapter
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Wiring Diagram
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Chapter
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Parts Diagram and List
UNIQUE UGP 3 - EXPLODED DIAGRAM
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UNIQUE UGP 3 – Parts List
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
20-1
20-2
20-3
21
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Item
Cabinet
M5 Screw cover
Flat head stainless steel bolt
Cassette
Heat sink
Drip tray
Drainage hose
Drainage box
Washer
Bolt
Inlet nipple holder
Inlet nipple
Left top hinge
Right top hinge
Screw
Cooling unit
Insulation cover
Baffle holder
Baffle
Burner assembly
Burner holder
Burner box
Burner
Gas pipe
Nut for jet
Burner gas pipe
Jet
Flame indicator
Flame indicator holder
Piezo ignitor
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Code
N/A
UGP-DL00009240
UGP-DL00001053
UGP-DL11802126
UGP-DL10001131
UGP-DL10001005
UGP-DL00009088
UGP-DL10001155
UGP-DL10001020
UGP-DL00001147
UGP-DL10001096
UGP-DL10001267
UGP-DL10001091
UGP-DL10001092
UGP-DL00001008
UGP-DL10003001
UGP-DL10001273
UGP-DL10001173
UGP-DL10001139
UGP-DL10001144
UGP-DL10001179
UGP-DL10001177
UGP-DL10001178
UGP-DL10001275
UGP-DL10001113
UGP-DL10001276
UGP-DL18301171
UGP-DL18301013
UGP-DL18301015
UGP-DL10001191
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31
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35
36
37
38
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Item
Ignition pin
Thermocouple
Push button
Spring
Safety valve
Thermostat gas inlet connector
Thermostat
Safety valve gas inlet connector
Clip
Thermostat holder
Thermostat knob
Control panel
Control panel label
Freezer door
Freezer door gasket
Freezer door hinge
Shelf cap
spring
spring
Top shelf
Shelf clamp
Bottom shelf
Top balcony
Bottom balcony
Egg tray
Ice cube
Fridge door
Washer
Bottom hinge
Screw
Flat washer
Spring washer
Foot
Sealing ring
Nut for gas inlet nipple
Draught shield
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Code
UGP-DL10001192
UGP-DL10001349
UGP-DL18301034
UGP-DL18301112
UGP-DL18301005
UGP-DL10001114
UGP-DL18301115
UGP-DL10001115
UGP-DL00009059
UGP-DL10001044
UGP-DL18301033
UGP-DL10001298
UGP-DL10001297
UGP-DL10001070
UGP-DL10001080
UGP-DL10001078
UGP-DL10001033
UGP-DL10001014
UGP-DL10001059
UGP-DL10001065
UGP-DL10001121
UGP-DL10001066
UGP-DL10001006
UGP-DL10001007
UGP-DL10001104
UGP-DL03001004
TBA
UGP-DL08501152
UGP-DL08501199
UGP-DL00003005
UGP-DL00003022
UGP-DL00003019
UGP-DL00010053
UGP-DL10001136
UGP-DL00003077
UGP-DL18301042
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U G P
3
Item
Nut for jet
Bottom plate
Insulation cap
Check point body
Check point connector
Check point plug
G1/8 nut
Washer
Thermocouple connector
Rotary Switch
Rotary Switch holder
Rotary Switch small holder
power Cord
connection wire
connection wire
connection wire
connection wire
12V terminal block
indicator lamp
indicator lamp
Heater
Heater
handle
connection wire
24
Code
UGP-DL18301172
UGP-DL10001197
UGP-DL10001094
UGP-DL10001291
UGP-DL10001289
UGP-DL10001290
UGP-DL18301029
UGP-DL00009306
UGP-DL22001180
UGP-DL10001213
UGP-DL10001271
UGP-DL10001272
UGP-DL10001252
UGP-DL10001327
UGP-DL10001328
UGP-DL10001329
UGP-DL10001310
UGP-DL00013109
UGP-DL00013080
UGP-DL10001299
UGP-DL00013391
UGP-DL00013536
UGP-DL00003101
UGP-DL10001350
Warranty
UNIQUE UGP-3
PROPANE FREEZER - 3 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
(1 year parts – 3 year cooling system)
Unique Gas Products Ltd. warrants that this Unique-3 freezer is free from defects in material
and workmanship under normal usage and service under the following terms:
1. This Warranty is made only to the first purchaser (”original purchaser”) who acquires this
freezer for his/her own use and will be honored by Unique Gas Products Ltd. and by
the Seller.
2. Any part of this freezer returned to the Seller or Unique Gas Products Ltd, which upon
examination is determined by them to have been defective in material or workmanship,
will at their option be either repaired or replaced under this warranty, without charge for
materials/parts. (Customer is responsible for labour)
3. The obligation to repair or replace defective parts will apply only to parts returned within
one year of the date of purchase and will constitute the Sellers sole obligation under this
Warranty.
The Seller will have no obligation under this warranty with respect to conditions unrelated to the
material or workmanship of this freezer. Such unrelated conditions include without limitation:
a) faulty installation (or venting) and damage resulting therefrom; not installed by Seller
b) the need for normal maintenance of this freezer (including the cleaning of the
Burner, Venturi, Orifice, Flue tubes and assurance of proper propane gas pressure);
c) any accidents to or misuse of any part of this freezer and any alteration thereof by
anyone other than the Seller or its authorized representative.
This Unique 3 freezer must be serviced regularly as outlined in the Owner’s Manual. Unique
Gas Products Ltd. and the seller will not be liable for direct or indirect loss of foods caused by
failure in operation. In case of failure, the owner must provide proof of purchase, Model, and
Serial Number to the Seller or Unique Gas Products Ltd.
“CARRY IN” Warranty due to remote locations, it is the customer's responsibility to bring
items to dealer for review.
Please fill out warranty card within 30 days and mail back for warranty coverage
Ph: 905-827-6154
2245 Wyecroft Road #5
Oakville, ON, Canada, L6L 5L7
Toll Free: 1-877-427-2266
www.UniqueOffGrid.com
Fax: 905-827-2027