Brigade CFDBB Installation guide

Installation Guide
Custom Panel
Built-in Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator
Table of Contents
Warnings & Important Information ____________________________________________________________________3
Dimensions and Specifications (36”) __________________________________________________________________5
Cutout Dimensions (36”) ____________________________________________________________________________7
Anti-Tip Dimensions (36”) ___________________________________________________________________________8
Overlay Dimensions (36”) ____________________________________________________________________________9
Custom Grille Dimensions (36”) _____________________________________________________________________10
Cabinet Information _______________________________________________________________________________12
Custom Side Panel Dimensions _____________________________________________________________________13
Custom Panel General Information __________________________________________________________________14
Custom Door Panel Installation – (Refrigerator or Freezer) ______________________________________________14
Door Trim Insert ___________________________________________________________________________________17
Custom Panel Hinge Cutout ________________________________________________________________________17
Custom Grille Installation ___________________________________________________________________________18
General Information _______________________________________________________________________________20
Unpacking & Moving ______________________________________________________________________21
Installation ________________________________________________________________________________________22
Hinge Adjustment_________________________________________________________________________23
Kickplate Installation_______________________________________________________________________26
Door Stop Adjustment _____________________________________________________________________26
Water Filter System Specifications___________________________________________________________27
Final Installation __________________________________________________________________________28
Performance Checklist _____________________________________________________________________________29
Control Panels ____________________________________________________________________________________30
Service & Registration ______________________________________________________________________________31
2
IMPORTANT – Please Read and Follow
• Make sure that incoming voltage is the same as
unit rating. An electric rating plate specifying
voltage, frequency, wattage, amperage, and
phase is attached to the product.
• To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury
to persons, installation work and electrical wiring
must be done by a qualified technician in
accordance with all applicable codes and
standards, including fire-rated construction.
• The installer should leave these instructions with
the consumer who should retain them for local
inspector’s use and for future reference.
Your safety and the safety of others is
very important.
We have provided many important safety
messages in this manual and on your
appliance. ALWAYS read and obey all
safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol. This
symbol alerts you to hazards that
can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will be preceded
by the safety alert symbol and the word
“DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
It is your responsibility to:
• Comply with installation specifications and
dimensions.
• Properly install unit.
• Remove any moldings or decorative panels that
prevent the unit from being serviced.
• Make sure that you have these materials (not
provided with your unit), which are necessary for
proper installation:
• 1/4” (6 mm) copper tubing with shutoff valve
• 6 – #8 x 3” (7.6 cm) wood screws (longer
screws may be required)
• 1– Saddle valve (DO NOT use self-piercing
feature of the valve)
• Assure that floor will support unit, door panels
and contents (approximately 1200 pounds
[540 kg]).
• Provide a properly grounded electrical outlet.
• Assure that location will permit appliance doors
to open a minimum of 90˚.
DANGER
Hazards or unsafe practices
which WILL result in severe personal
injury or death
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices
which COULD result in severe personal
injury or death
All safety messages will identify the
hazard, tell you how to reduce the chance
of injury, and tell you what can happen if
the instructions are not followed.
3
IMPORTANT–Please Read and Follow!
A GFI shall be used if required by NFPA-70 (National Electric Code), federal/state/local
laws, or local ordinances.
• The required use of a GFI is normally related to the location of a receptacle with respect to
any significant sources of water or moisture.
• Viking Range, LLC will NOT warranty any problems resulting from GFI outlets which are not
installed properly or do not meet the requirements below.
If
•
•
•
•
the use of a GFI is required, it should be:
Of the receptacle type (breaker type or portable type NOT recommended)
Used with permanent wiring only (temporary or portable wiring NOT recommended)
On a dedicated circuit (no other receptacles, switches or loads in the circuit)
Connected to a standard breaker of appropriate size (GFI breaker of the same size NOT
recommended)
• Rated for Class A (5 mA +/- 1 mA trip current) as per UL 943 standard)
• In good condition and free from any loose-fitting gaskets (if applicable in outdoor situations)
• Protected from moisture (water, steam, high humidity) as much as reasonably possible
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
TIP OVER HAZARD
Appliance is top heavy
and tips easily when not
completely installed. Keep
doors closed until appliance
is completely installed and secured per
installation instructions.
Disconnect power or turn
power disconnect switch to
OFF position before removing top grille.
Failure to do so can result in death or
electric shock.
Use two or more people to move and
install appliance. Failure to do so can
result in death or serious injury.
Most of the unit’s weight is at the top. Extra care is needed when moving the unit to prevent
tipping. Use cardboard shipping material or plywood under unit until it is installed in the
operating position to protect floor surface.
4
Dimensions
(Bottom-Freezer)
36” Bottom-Freezer
3
(88 5”
.9 c
m
)
3-1
9
(9.1 /32”
cm
)
1-1
(3.8 /2”
cm
)
3
(91 6”
.4 c
m
)
9-5
s
rie )
a
v
e
r
t a
51-
(13 7/8”
1.8
cm
)
(23 /32”
.3 c
m)
n
med hardw
e
r
su lie
a p
Me lly sup
a
(loc
82
(21 -3/4”
0.2
mincm)
.
84- to
(21 1/16
3.5 ”
ma cm)
x.
23-
1
(58 /16”
.6 c
m)
”
/16 )
3
23 cm
.9
(58
24”cm)
.0z
(61
5
Specifications
(Bottom-Freezer)
36” Bottom-Freezer
Description
Overall width
Overall height (from bottom)
Overall depth (from rear)
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
Overall interior dimensions
Refrigerator
Freezer
Total capacity
Maximum panel weight
Approximate shipping weight
FDBB/CFDBB
36” (91.5 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim: 23-3/16” (58.9 cm)
To front of top grille: 24” (61.0 cm)
36” (91.5 cm)
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.*
115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
9.9 amps
1/4” copper tubing inlet waterline; minimum 20 psi;
maximum 120 psi
15.3 cu. ft. (434 liters)
5.1 cu. ft. (145 liters)
20.4 cu. ft. (579 liters)
Fresh food 45 lbs. (20.4 kg)
Freezer 20 lbs. (9.0 kg)
500 lbs. (227.3 kg)
*Note: Custom panel models fit flush in 25” (63.5 cm) deep cabinet openings. They can be installed in standard
24” (61.0 cm) deep openings. The door faces and top grille will protrude 3/4” (1.9 cm) into the room.
6
Cutout Dimensions
(Bottom-Freezer)
36” Bottom-Freezer
24” )
cm
(61.0
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Electric Outlet Location
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n
6”
(15.2
cm)
9”
(22.9
cm)
9”
(22.9
cm)
82
(210 -7/8”
.5
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73-3
(186.4/8”
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Water Line Entry Area
36
7-5/
5/8”
(1.5
(91. 36”
5 cm
)
cm)
(19.4 8”
cm)
3”
(7.6
(91.5 ”
cm)
6-3/
(17.1 4”
cm)
cm)
5/8
(1.5 ”
cm)
3
(9.2 -5/8”
cm)
1
(27. 0-3/4
3 cm ”
)
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7
1
(26.70-1/2”
cm)
1” )
cm
(2.5
(1.5 5/8”
cm)
Anti-Tip Dimensions
(Bottom-Freezer)
36” Bottom-Freezer
Anti-Tip Location
79
(201 -3/8”
.6
to bo cm) min
.
”
1-1/2m)
(3.8 c
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
29”
(73.7 c
m)
8
(204 0-1/2”
.6
to bo cm) max
.
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
3-
1/2
(8.9 c ”
m)
2”xmounting
4” mounting
board1-1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3-1/2” (8.9 cm)
OneOne
2”x4”
board
1-1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3-1/2” (8.9 cm)
Note:
If unit
is isinstalled
deeper
than
Note:
If unit
installed deeper
than
24”24”
(61.0(61.0
cm), cm), then
shim behind
the mounting
board
thedifference.
difference.
shimthen
behind
the mounting
board
bybythe
Bottom of anti-tip board is 3-7/8” (9.8 cm) below opening height.
Bottom
ofTop
anti-tip
3-7/8”
(9.8under
cm) anti-tip
belowboard.
the opening height.
Note:
of unitboard
must beisplaced
firmly
Note: Top of unit must be placed firmly under anti-tip board.
8
Overlay Dimensions
(Bottom-Freezer)
36” Custom Panels
”
3/4cm)
35
-
(89 1/4”
.5 c
m)
(1.9
51
(13 -1/4
0.2 ”
cm
)
2” )
3/34 cm
.( 2 1(4.6 13/
1
0c
m) 6”
5/
(1.6 8”
cm
)
5
3
(7.6 ”
2c
m
)
(1.6/8”
cm
)
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32
51
(13 -7/8
1.8 ”
cm
)
-1/
Note: Inset shown
upside down.
4
”
(81 to n
.9 c ot
m) ch
”
3/4cm)
35
-
(89 1/4”
.5 c
m)
(1.9
23
-1
(58 /16
.6 c ”
m)
Note: Panel overlays must be dry, solid, straight
one-piece panels. The use of multiple panel
pieces to achieve the dimensions is not
recommended.
9
Custom Grille Dimensions
(Bottom-Freezer)
36” Custom Grille
1
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
s
diu
Ra )
”
m
4
c
1/ 24
9
(1.6.
7c
3” m)
(1.2
c
.62
(7
(10 1/64
.59 ”
cm
)
m)
(3
5-1
s 1/
diu (1.2 2”
Ra )
7c
”
m)
/4 cm
(14 7/32
.10 ”
cm
)
1 (.64
3” m)
2c
(7.6
Reverse dimensions
for other end.
30-
2
(78 7/32
.34 ”
cm
)
3/4
(1.9 ”
0c
m)
32-
3” m)
3
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
1
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
c
.81
8”
1/
1c
(6.
/2”
1-1 m)
4-1
”
1/2 m)
(.3
3
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
/4” )
2-38 cm
(81 3/16
.75 ”
cm
)
2c
(7.6
/8
2-7cm)
1
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
(7.3
3
(86 4”
.36
cm
2-1
(5.4 /8”
cm
)
)
3
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
1/2
(1.2 ”
7c
m)
3 )
m
2c
(7.6
33-
1
(86 5/16
.20 ”
cm
)
/8”
3-1 cm)
3
(7.9
2
cov
er
m)
2c
”
(90 1/2”
.17
cm
)
ge
9/
16
35-
hin
4
(1.
(.8
27
Note: Optional hinge cover can be attached
using a strong VHB tape, countersunk wood
screws or short nails from a nail gun.
2”
)
1/
4”
5˚
.
16
cm
35
(.6
10
2”
m)
/3
25
60
/3
4c
3-
(9.
0˚
nal
”
7/8cm)
(2.2
20
.
tio
cm
)
m)
Op
1/
27
2”
(1.
3
(86 4”
.36
c
)
cm
Custom Grille Dimensions
(Bottom-Freezer)
Dual 36” Custom Grille
4
1
-3
(10 /16”
.61
cm
)
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
ius
ad
” R m)
1/4(.16.42 c
”
1/2cm)
7
(1.2
(.3 1/8
1c ”
m)
3” m)
3
2
(7.6
1
)
2c
(7.6
2
(78 7/32
.34 ”
cm
)
32-
3
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
R 3/32”
(0.09 cm)
9/16”
(1.43 cm)
(1.90 cm)
)
1 (.64
3/4”
(1.90 cm)
Grille support
2-7
(7.3 /8”
0c
m)
40
2c
4
1
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
(7.3
)
Note: This part should be
located at the center of the
grille. If desired, two per grille
can be used by dividing the
length of the grille into thirds.
c
66-
3” m)
3
1
(2.51”
4c
m
(16 27/3
9.7 2”
8c
m)
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
1(10 17/3
5.4 2”
8c
m)
/8”
2-7 m)
2c
68-
(17 70”
7.8
0c
(7.6
(17 3/16
3.2 ”
cm
)
m)
/8”
3-1 cm)
3
69-
(17 15/1
7.6 6”
4c
m)
(7.9
(1. 1/2
27 ”
cm
)
(17 70”
7.8
0c
m
”
7/8cm)
2
(2.2
O
ge
in
lh
na
io
pt
r
ve
co
6” m)
9/1.42 c
7
1
(18 -1/2
1.6 ”
1c
m
(1
)
16
.5˚
2
(.8 7/3
4 c 2”
3
m)
(9. 25/
60 32
cm ”
)
.0˚
20
” )
1/435 cm
(.6
Note: Optional hinge cover can be attached
using a strong VHB tape, countersunk wood
screws or short nails from a nail gun.
11
3/8”
(0.38 cm)
(10 -3/16
2.0 ”
5c
m)
(7.6
1/2”
(1.27 cm)
13/32”
s 1/
diu (1.2 2”
Ra )
7c
m
/4” cm
(81 3/16
.75 ”
cm
)
1/8”
(.32 cm)
(1.03 cm)
3/4”
30-
c
(1.90 cm)
(1.2/2”
7c
m)
(3.8
cm
3” m)
Reverse dimensions
for other end.
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
(14 7/32
.04 ”
3” m)
9
(6.
/2”
1-1 cm)
1
5-1
3/4”
3
(1.9/4”
0c
m)
/4” )
2-38 cm
Cabinet Information
Custom panel models, (with 3/4” [1.9 cm], thick panels and custom handles locally supplied),
fit flush in 25” (63.5 cm) deep (countertop depth) cabinet openings with no protrusion into
room except custom handles
Top View
Wall
1/4”
(.63 cm)
space if
25” (63.5 cm)
cabinet depth
is used
25”
(63.5 cm)
countertop
depth
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
full end panel
3/4”
1/8”
(1.9 cm) (0.3 cm)
overlay foam
Door panel
Flush
Top View
Wall
1/4”
(.63 cm)
space if
25” (63.5 cm)
cabinet depth
is used
3/4”
25”
(1.9 cm)
full end panel
(63.5 cm)
3/4”
1/8”
(1.9 cm) (0.3 cm)
overlay foam
panel
Door
Flush
12
24”
(61.0 cm)
standard
cabinet
depth
Custom Side Panel Dimensions
Z-Bracket
1”
(2.5 cm)
1/4”
(0.6 cm)
4”
-3/cm)
1
2
.2
(55
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
End panel
4”
-3/ )
21.2 cm
(55
(2182-7
0.5 /8
cm ”
to ) min
8
(21 4-1
.
3.5 /1
cm 6”
)m
ax
.*
Note: Adding 3/4”
(1.9 cm) side panels adds
an additional 3/4” (1.9 cm)
to the overall width of
the product for each
side panel used.
(2182-7
0.5 /8
cm ”
t ) min
(21 84-1o
.
3.5 /1
cm 6”
)m
ax
.*
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
Note: Requires side panel
hardware kit (SPHKDS).
Optional kickplate notch
(Dimensions determined by cabinets)
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
*Note: Depending on how high leveling feet are raised, and cabinet enclosure height.
13
Custom Panel General Information
Custom finishing options
• Panel thickness must not exceed 1” (2.5 cm)
on hinge side. Thicker panels will interfere with
door swing and clearance.
• Door panels should be installed after the
refrigerator has been plugged in for at least 24
hours.
• All installations must allow for the refrigerator
and freezer door to open a minimum of 90˚.
• For side wall or corner installation, allow for a
standard 3” (7.6 cm) cabinet filler to assure
door(s) opens 90˚.
Note: If a custom handle is used, a wider filler
may be necessary.
Custom Door Panel Installation
2
1
x2
x13
x13
Remove handle side cabinet screws
and trim with a phillips screwdriver.
x2
Remove all screws from handle side door trim.
Remove two screws from top and bottom door trim.
Remove handle side door trim.
4
3
2-1/16”
(5.2 cm)
1-11/16”
(4.3 cm)
2-13/16”
(7.1 cm)
Bottom-mount
12-1/16”
(30.6 cm)
All Refrigerator/
Freezer/
Side-by-side
2-1/8”
(5.4 cm)
Back of panel
“Z” bracket
FOL bracket
Measure and mark the first hole for each bracket.
Remove bracket.
14
Custom Door Panel Installation
5
(cont.)
6
x13
x12 BTM
x13 SxS, AFAR
Attach “Z” bracket to the hinge side of custom panel.
Attach bracket to the handle side of custom panel.
Push custom wood panel onto door.
7
8
x2
x13
x2
Reinstall handle side door trim
and door trim screws.
Slide custom wood panel to the hinge side, ensuring
“Z” bracket engages the door bracket.
9
x13
Reinstall cabinet trim and screws.
15
Custom Freezer Door Panel Installation (Bottom-Freezer cont.)
2
1
x16
Open freezer door. Remove door trim screws
and door trim with a phillips screwdriver.
Remove bracket.
3
4
2-1/16”
2-1/16”
(5.2 cm)
(5.2 cm)
1-11/16”
x13
1-11/16”
(4.3 cm)
(4.3 cm)
Back of panel
FOL bracket
Measure and mark the first hole on each side of the
bracket.
Attach bracket to the custom panel.
6
5
x16
Reinstall door trim and door trim screws.
Align and slide custom wood panel onto door.
16
Install Door Trim Insert
1
Use the roll of trim insert located in the drawer inside
the unit to apply to the door trim.
Bottom-Freezer Custom Panel Hinge Cutout (if required)
1
m)
3
/3
2
”
2
4c
(.2
1
(4.
-1
)
”
cm
6
/1
3
60
3
5/
(1. 8”
6c
m)
2
1
3
(7.6 ”
2c
m
)
For a left hinge door, cut 5/8” x 3” in lower left corner.
Note: Steps show panel upside down and notched for left
hinge application. Mirror dimensions for right hinge door.
Measure and cut 2-1/16” (5.2 cm) diagonal in
lower left corner.
1
3
5/
4
3
(1.6 8”
cm
)
2
Cut out diagonal in lower left corner.
Final view of lower corner.
17
Custom Grille Installation
2
1
Remove air grille center blade.
Remove two 1/4” (0.6 cm) screws with a magnetic
extended screwdriver at least 8” (20.3 cm) long.
3
4
Pull air grille assembly forward.
Remove 2 mounting brackets from
the grille air assembly.
18
Custom Grille Installation (cont.)
5
6
Using eight screws removed from the mounting brackets,
attach mounting brackets to the custom wood grille using
predrilled pilot holes. (See grille overlay specifications for
proper alignment and pilot hole placement.)
Insert custom air grille assembly.
7
8
Install two 1/4” (0.6 cm) screws with a magnetic
extended screwdriver at least 8” (20.3 cm) long.
Install custom air grille center blade.
19
General Information
Area Requirements
Anti-Tip Requirements
Verify the following:
• Unit can fit into residence and can be moved
around corners and through doorways.
• Floors can support unit’s weight plus food weight
(approximately 1200 pounds [540 kg] per unit).
• Floors underneath refrigerator are level with
surrounding finished floor.
• Rear wall is solid and is able to support two
horizontally mounted 2 x 4s (included) bolted to
two wall studs. The 2 x 4 board bolt heads must
be flush with 2 x 4 to prevent obstruction.
• Remove anything attached to rear or side walls
that can obstruct unit installation.
• Cutout dimensions are accurate.
• Electrical outlet is in correct location.
• Water line is in correct location.
• DO NOT install a refrigeration unit near a heat
source, nor in a location where the surrounding
temperature will fall below 60º F (16º C).
The anti-tip boards should be fastened
into position prior to moving the unit into
the opening.
Note: Additional mounting boards may
be required if the unit does not touch
the back wall of the enclosure. To
prevent unit from tipping forward, it
must be secured in place with a solid
soffit or wood block.
Water Supply Requirements
WARNING
Electrical Requirements
It is the customer’s responsibility to:
• Contact a qualified electrical installer.
• Assure that the electrical installation is adequate
and in conformance with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-latest edition or Canadian
Electrical Code C22.1-1998 and C22.2 No. 0-M91
(or latest edition), and all local codes and
ordinances.
A 115 volt, 60-Hz, 15 amp, fused, electrical
supply is required. It is required that a separate
circuit serving only this appliance be provided.
This appliance is equipped with a power supply
cord having a 3-prong grounding plug. To
minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must
be plugged into a mating 3-prong, groundingtype wall receptacle. DO NOT use an
extension cord.
If codes permit a separate grounding wire
to be used, it is recommended that a qualified
electrician determine that the grounding path
is adequate.
DO NOT ground to a gas line. Check with a
qualified electrician if you are not sure if the
appliance is properly grounded. DO NOT
have a fuse in the neutral or grounding circuit.
20
To avoid serious illness or death, DO NOT use
unit where water is microbiologically unsafe or of
unknown quality, without adequate disinfection
before or after the system. Systems certified for
cyst eeduction may be used on disinfected water
that may contain filterable cysts. The
contaminants or other substances removed or
reduced by this water treatment system are not
necessarily in your water.
Use only 1/4” (6 mm) copper tubing for water
line. DO NOT install copper tubing in area where
temperatures drop below 35˚ F (1.7˚ C). Before
attaching copper tubing to the unit, flush at
least 2 quarts (1.9 L) of water through the
copper tubing and into a bucket to remove any
particles in the water line.
• Viking Range, LLC is not responsible for
property damage due to improper installation
or water connection.
• Connect 1/4” (6 mm) flexible copper tubing to
household plumbing in compliance with local
codes and ordinances.
• Length of copper tubing must reach from water
supply connection to the unit connection with an
additional length to facilitate moving the unit out
of enclosure for cleaning or service. Tubing should
be soft instead of rigid and ends should be free of
burrs.
• Copper tubing route must be above 35˚ F (1.7˚ C)
to prevent water line from freezing.
• DO NOT use plastic water lines from the
household plumbing to the water inlet valve
connection on the refrigeration unit.
General Information
Unpacking unit
• DO NOT use the self-piercing feature of a saddle
valve. The hole made by the piercing lance is too
small for the water flow rate required by the ice
maker.
• If saddle valve is not used, place a separate shutoff valve in an easily accessible location between
water supply and the unit. DO NOT install shutoff valve behind the unit.
• The installation of applliances with a reverse
osmosis system is acceptable as long as the
water pressure remains within the allowable
PSI as stated below. It is important to note that
with many reverse osmosis systems, the pressure
range starts off high, but then it decreases as the
water level of the reverse osmosis storage area
drops. This must be considered when checking
the water pressure coming into the unit.
• Connect a vertical or horizontal 1/2” (1.2 cm)
to 1-1/4” (3.2 cm) COLD water line near water
area.
• Run water line through the floor, back, or side
wall. Tubing should lay flat on floor underneath
the unit. Clamp tubing to wall or floor.
• Water pressure must be greater than 20 psi and
less than 120 psi on non-dispensers and greater
than 35 psi and less than 120 psi on dispensers.
• Most of the unit’s weight is at the top. Extra care
is needed when moving the unit to
prevent tipping.
• DO NOT remove protective film until unit is in
operating position.
• All four leveling legs must make contact with the
floor to support and stabilize the full weight.
• DO NOT drop unit.
• Remove exterior shipping materials prior to
moving unit into home.
• Use two or more people to move and install unit.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in back
or other injury.
• To avoid personal injury, wear gloves when
performing any installation procedure and wear
eye protection when cutting metal straps.
1. Remove top and bottom strap.
2. Remove top cap.
3. Cut rear of carton approximately 1/4” (0.6 cm)
to 1” (2.5 cm) from right corner with a utility
knife extended 1/4” (0.6 cm).
4. Remove carton and exterior packaging.
Save cardboard shipping material to protect
floor surface when installing unit. Remove
anti-tip board, kickplate and door trim pieces
(DF models) from rear of unit.
Moving Unit
1
Remove shipping brackets from skid by removing four bolts (two on
each side) with a 1/2” deep-well socket wench and a pair of pliers.
Note: Tilting unit is not required to remove shipping brackets.
2
Tip Over Hazard
Appliance is top heavy and tips easily when not
completely installed. Keep doors closed until
appliance is completely installed and secured per
installation instructions. Use two or more people to
move and install the appliance. Failure to do so can
result in death or serious injury.
Slip cart between unit and skid. Remove unit from skid.
Note: Use excess packaging to protect decorative trim; also,
verify that leveling legs are up (0” adjustment).
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Installation
1
2
Place unit in front of cutout.
Pull the center grille louver up
at an angle and pull out.
3
4
Using an 8” (20.3 cm) magnetic nut driver,
remove the two 1/4” (0.6 cm) screws.
Remove grille assembly.
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Hinge Adjustment
6
5
Front of unit
2
2
1
1
Remove four side screws and remove unit top.
3
Loosen the four hinge screws. Adjust door.
Retighten four hinge screws.
8a
7
1
Wall
2
2x4
Refrigerator
Attach one 2 x 4 to wall stud (refer to dimensions page
for exact location).
Replace unit top and four side screws.
9
8b
Wall
2x4
Refrigerator
Plug in power cord to verify operation.
Note: Make sure power switch is in the “On” position.
If needed, depending on cabinet and depth,
attach second 2 x 4 to first 2 x 4.
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Installation (cont.)
10b
10a
3”
Place unit within 3” of being flush with cabinets. Note: To avoid
cabinet damage, place cardboard between cabinets and unit. When
moving unit, DO NOT crimp, kink or crush water supply line.
Carefully move unit until semi flush with cabinet
(depending on unit).
12
11
Flush water line by running two quarts of water
into a bucket. Turn water off
Pull supply tubing forward under unit.
Note: DO NOT use plastic water lines.
14
13
Connect supply tube to water valve using
a 1/2” (1.3 cm)wrench. Note: DO NOT overtighten.
Turn on water supply and check for leaks.
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Hinge Adjustment (cont.)
16
15
Screw
Wall
2x4
Refrigerator
Attach positive secure self-tapping bolts
to 2 x 4 using a 22” (55.6 cm) extension.
Lift unit off rollers to desired height
and level unit using a 5/16” head wrench.
Note: DO NOT use an electric device.
Overtightening can cause damage.
17
Verify that drain pan is installed and aligned.
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Kickplate Installation
18
19
1
1
2
3
2
Align holes on both ends of louvered panels
and insert screws.
Using a phillips screwdriver, attach the
kickplate to the unit and adjust to desired height.
Door Stop Adjustment (Bottom-Freezer)
22
23
120˚
110˚
90˚
1
3
2
2
1
Open refrigerator door so door stop and
shoulder screw are accessible.
Note: Shoulder screw should be in 110˚ door opening position.
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Remove shoulder screw and place
in 90˚ or 120˚ position.
Water Filter System Specification and Performance
Data Sheet
This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42/53 for reduction of the substances listed below. The
concentration of the indicated substances in water entering the system was reduced to a concentration of less
than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 42/53.* (100%
safety factors built-in for unmetered usage for health claims only.)
Contaminant
Reduction
Average
Influent
NSF Specified
Challenge
Concentration
Chlorine Taste and
Odor
2.0 mg/L
2.0 mg/L + 10%
97.5%
0.05 mg/L
N/A
> 50%
J-00056501
At least 10,000
particles/mL
98.9%
143,333 pts/mL
N/A
> 85%
J-00056506
107 to 108 fibers/L;
fibers greater than
10µm in length
>99%
<1 MF/L
N/A
> 99%
J-00056511
0.010 mg/L 0.009 mg/L + 10%
89.3%
0.001 mg/L
0.003 mg/L
N/A
J-00056512
Minimum 50,000
cysts/L
99.99%
1 cyst/L
N/A
> 99.95%
J-00056513
Lead @ pH 6.5
0.153 mg/L 0.15 mg/L + 10%
99.3%
0.001 mg/L
0.010 mg/L
N/A
J-00056515
Lead @ pH 8.5
0.150 mg/L 0.15 mg/L + 10%
99.3%
0.001 mg/L
0.010 mg/L
N/A
J-00058784
Lindane
0.002 mg/L 0.002 mg/L + 10%
97.8%
0.00004 mg/L
0.0002 mg/L
N/A
J-00058969
Mercury @ pH 6.5
0.006 mg/L 0.006 mg/L + 10%
95.0%
0.0003 mg/L
0.002 mg/L
N/A
J-00058785
Mercury @ pH 8.5
0.006 mg/L 0.006 mg/L + 10%
88%
0.0007 mg/L
0.002 mg/L
N/A
J-00058783
Toxaphene
0.015 mg/L 0.015 mg/L + 10%
93.2%
0.001 mg/L
0.003 mg/L
N/A
J-00056531
98.7%
0.153 NTU
0.5 NTU
N/A
J-00058972
Nominal Particulate 13,666,667
pts/mL
Class I, >0.5 to <
1.0 µm
Asbestos
Atrazine
Cyst*
96 MF/L
122,500
cysts/L
Turbidity
10.8 NTU
11 + 1 NTU
Average
Max Permissible
NSF
Avg %
Reduction
Reduction Product Water Product Water
Concentrtation Concentration Requirements
NSF Test
Report
*Based on the use of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts
Operating Specifications
Capacity:
Certified for up to 750 gallons (2,838 L); up to nine months
Pressure Requirement:
20 - 120 psi (1.4 - 8.2 bar)
Temperature:
33-100oF (0.6 - 37.8oC)
Flow rate:
0.78 gpm (2.9 l/min.)
Check for compliance with the state and local laws and regulations.
Note: While the testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions, actual performance may vary.
Must be installed and operated in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended procedures and guidelines.
Installation instructions, parts and service availability, and standard warranty are included with the product when
shipped. This drinking water system must be maintained according to manufacturer’s instruction, including
replacement of filter cartridges.
Manufactured by: 3M Purification Inc.
400 Research Parkway
Meriden, CT 06770
System tested and certified by NSF International
against Standard 42 for the reduction of chlorine taste
and odor, particulate Class I and Standard 53 for the
reduction of Lead, Lindane, Atrazine, Mercury,
Toxaphene, Cyst, Turbidity, and Abestos.
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Final Installation
29
28
Replace top air grille.
Using an 8” magnetic nut driver,
replace the two 1/4” screws.
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31
Replace the center grille louver.
Open door. The display should flash.
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Press “ACTIVATE CONTROLS”
pad and close door.
Note: There is a 6 minute delay before the unit starts.
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Performance Checklist
□ Verify cabinet size.
□ Verify electrical supply and water supply
(if applicable).
□ Install anti-tip device(s) and verify unit is secure.
□ Position unit in cutout, level at desired height
and secure unit.
□ Plug-in unit and verify operation.
□ Connect water supply (if applicable).
• Verify icemaker fill tube is properly inserted.
• Verify icemaker bail arm is down.
• Verify dispenser operation
(if applicable).
□ Align/square door(s).
□ Verify drain pan is properly installed and there
are no leaks on water connection.
□ Install kickplate.
□ Remove internal packaging and labels and wipe
unit down.
Installer’s information:
Installer’s name:_____________________________
Installer’s company:_________________________
Date: ________________________________________
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Verify Operations
Control Panels
Bottom-Freezer
FREEZER
ACTIVATE
CONTROLS
FRZ
TEMP
REF
TEMP
HIGHER
LOWER
CF
MAX FRZ MAX REF
FAST COOL
SAB SHOW
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR OPEN
POWER
HIGH TEMP
FAST
COOL
MAX
REF
MAX
FRZ
ALARM
OFF
DISPLAY
OFF
1. Press “Activate Controls” pad.
2. Verify unit is not in Sabbath Mode.
If in Sabbath Mode:
A. The Sabbath Mode will disable the interior lights, display (except SAB indicator, temperature and
compartment indicator) and alarm.
To exit the Sabbath Mode:
B. Press and hold “Activate Controls” and then “Display Off” for 3 seconds. (The control will beep
three times to alert the user the Sabbath Mode has been exited.)
3. Verify unit is not in Showroom Mode.
If in Showroom Mode:
A. The Showroom Mode will disable the refrigerator system but all other functions are normal. These
include lights and control. (If the refrigerator is in Showroom Mode, SHOW will be lit.)
To exit Showroom Mode:
B. Press and hold “Activate Controls”; while holding, press and hold “Higher” and “Alarm Off”
together. (The control will beep three times to alert the user that Showroom Mode has been
exited.)
4. Press “Activate Controls” then press and hold “Lower”; while holding, press and hold “Display Off”
and hold until beeps (force start compressor).
5. All models need to be set at 38° F and 0° F for the Refrigerator and Freezer respectfully - factory
setting.
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Service & Registration
If service is required, call your dealer or authorized service agency. The name of the authorized
service agency can be obtained from the dealer or distributor in your area.
Have the following information readily available.
• Model number
• Serial number
• Date purchased
• Name of dealer from whom purchased
Clearly describe the problem that you are having. If you are unable to obtain the name of an
authorized service agency, or if you continue to have service problems, contact Viking Range,
LLC at 1-888-(845-4641), or write to:
VIKING RANGE, LLC
PREFERRED SERVICE
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
Record the following information indicated below. You will need it if service is ever required.
The serial number and model number for your appliance are located on the identification plate
mounted on the bottom left side of the door opening.
Model No._________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Serial No. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Date of Purchase _________________________________________________________________________________________________
Date Installed _____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Dealer’s Name ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Address ______________________________________________________________________________
If service requires installation of parts, use only authorized parts to insure protection under
the warranty.
Keep this manual for future reference.
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Viking Range, LLC
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
(662) 455-1200
For product information,
call 1-888-(845-4641)
or visit our web site at brigade.ca
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