FULL-SIZE UNDER-COUNTER BEER DISPENSER

FULL-SIZE UNDER-COUNTER BEER DISPENSER
Model SBC490BI (All Versions)
Use and Care Guide
BEFORE USE, PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY RULES AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
Write Model and Serial Numbers here:
Model # _______________________
Serial # _______________________
Find these numbers on back of unit.
Felix Storch, Inc.
770 Garrison Avenue
Bronx, NY 10474
www.summitappliance.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safeguards .......................................................................................... 2
Before Using for the First Time ............................................................................ 3
We Care About the Environment
Tips for Saving Energy
Disposing of a Worn-Out Appliance ..................................................................... 4
Placing and Installation ................................................................................... 4 - 5
Choosing the Right Place .......................................................................... 4
Connection to Power Supply ................................................................ 4 - 5
Temperature Control ............................................................................................ 5
How to Adjust the Thermostat
Temperature Selection
Installation ....................................................................................................... 6 - 7
Keg Tapper and Beer Keg ......................................................................... 6
Casters (for use as a freestanding beer cooler) ................................... 6 - 7
Draft Arm Assembly .................................................................................. 7
Guard Rail ................................................................................................. 7
CO2 Regulator and CO2 Cylinder .............................................................. 7
Parts List .............................................................................................................. 8
Operation ........................................................................................................ 8 - 9
Dispensing Beer ................................................................................... 8 - 9
Understanding Beer Temperature ............................................................. 9
Beer Serving tips ....................................................................................... 9
Converting the Beer Dispenser to an All-Refrigerator ........................................ 10
Converting the Beer Dispenser to a Built-In ................................................ 11 - 12
Instructions for Building-In ....................................................................... 12
Maintenance and Cleaning ......................................................................... 13 - 14
Automatic Defrosting of the Refrigerator ................................................. 13
Installing the Cleaning Kit ........................................................................ 13
Cleaning the Appliance ........................................................................... 14
Noise ................................................................................................................. 15
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 16 - 17
Limited Warranty ................................................................................................ 18
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury when using your
appliance, follow these basic precautions:
1. Read all instructions before using the appliance.
2. The appliance must be correctly connected to the power supply.
3. Immediately replace worn power cords, loose plugs and faulty power outlets.
4. Do not operate your appliance in the presence of explosive fumes.
5. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before cleaning or repairing it.
Only a qualified technician should repair it.
6. Never stand on top of or inside this appliance, or swing on the door.
7. To reduce likelihood of injury, do not let children play with this or any other
appliance.
8. Do not operate the valve control unless the cylinder is completely installed and
connected.
DANGER!
Risk of child entrapment!
Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of the past. Junked or
abandoned appliances are still dangerous, even if they will "just sit in the
garage a few days."
Before discarding your old refrigerator:
 Take off the door.
 Leave the shelves in place so that children may not easily climb
inside.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS REGARDING CO2 (CARBON DIOXIDE) GAS
Always connect the CO2 cylinder to a regulator! Failure to do so may cause an
explosion resulting in possible injury or death when the cylinder valve is opened.
Never connect the CO2 cylinder directly to the product container.
Always keep CO2 cylinders away from heat. store extra cylinders in a cool place
(preferably below 70°F). Securely fasten cylinders with a chain in an upright
position when storing.
Never drop or throw a CO2 cylinder.
Always check the D.O.T. (Department of Transportation) test date on the
cylinder neck before installation. If it has been more than 5 years, do not use.
Return the cylinder to your gas supplier.
Never connect a product container unless there are at least two safety devices in
the pressure system: one on the CO2 regulator and the other on the product
container or in the pressure gas line.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
These instructions are important, and we request you read them before using this
beer dispenser. They describe the appliance and the correct and safe way to
use it.
The instructions were prepared for various models so you may find descriptions
of some accessories and functions that do not apply to yours. Every model of
the SBC490 can be converted into a beverage refrigerator. These units are
designed for beer and beverages only, and are not recommended for perishable
foods such as meats or dairy products.
Before connecting the appliance to the power supply, leave it standing for a least
8 hours. This allows the refrigerant to drain back into the compressor and
reduces the risk of malfunctions in the cooling system caused by shipping.
Clean the appliance thoroughly, especially the interior. (See Maintenance and
Cleaning.) Proper grounding must be ensured to reduce the risk of shock and
fire. Do not cut or remove the grounding plug! Connect to a 120V, 60Hz
grounded AC outlet having a minimum 15 amps. Do not use an extension cord.
Use a three-prong plug with a three-prong grounded wall outlet. If you do not
have one, have a certified electrician install the proper outlet.
WE CARE ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT
Our appliances are distributed in packaging made of environmentally friendly
materials which can safely be recycled, disposed of or destroyed with minimal
environmental effects. Our instruction manuals are printed on recycled paper or
chlorine-free bleached paper.
TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY
Try not to open the door too often, especially when the weather is hot and humid.
Once you open the door, try to close it as soon as possible.
If possible, disconnect the power before changing a keg of beer.
While this unit is designed for under-counter use and the compressor cooling is
fan-assisted, a small air gap between the rear of the unit and the wall or counter
surface behind will enhance cooling and reduce energy water.
Set the thermostat from a higher to lower setting whenever possible, depending
on how full the appliance is or what the ambient temperature is.
Keep the unit out of direct sunlight.
Periodically, check that the refrigerator seals well and none of the contents
prevent the door from closing.
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DISPOSING OF A WORN-OUT APPLIANCE
 When your appliance finally wears out, dispose of it.
 Before you dispose of your old refrigerator or freezer: Take the door or doors
off but leave the shelves and drawers in place so that children cannot easily
climb inside.
 The refrigerating system of the appliance is filled with refrigerant and insulating
substances which should be separately recycled. Either have a licensed
appliance repair company or dealer remove the appliance or call your local
recycling office for the appropriate disposal information.
 For the sake of environmental protection, be careful not to damage the rear
wall of the appliance (the condenser unit or the tubes when moving the
refrigerator) or any part of the refrigeration system inside the appliance.
 This refrigerator is 100% CFC-free, but the coolant is under pressure and
puncturing the sealed system could be dangerous. The coolant used in the
sealed system is non-toxic.
 Many older refrigerators may contain refrigerants that are harmful to the
environment, and should be recycled by a lawfully licensed company.
PLACING AND INSTALLATION
Choosing the Right Place
To ensure that your beer dispenser works at the maximum efficiency it was
designed for, install it in a location where there is proper air circulation and
electrical connections.
Choose a location where the beer dispenser will be away from heat and will not
be exposed to direct sunlight.
Models SBC490BIFR, SBC490BIFR7 (for commercial use), SBC490BISSTB and
SBC490BISSTB7 (for commercial use) are designed for indoor use only and
should not be used outdoors. Outdoor models SBC490OS and SBC490OSTWIN
are UL-approved for outdoor use.
Connection to Power Supply
Connect this appliance to a 3-prong power supply socket outlet (which has a
ground terminal). If you only have a two-prong outlet, have it replaced by a
qualified technician with an outlet that meets the local codes.
 DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD 
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Required nominal voltage and frequency are indicated on the rating plate. The
connection to the power supply and grounding has to be made according to
current standards and regulations.
The appliance resists temporary voltage fluctuations with a tolerance of -15 to
10%. On model SBC490OS only, a GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) is built
into every line cord. In the event the cooler is not operating, first check to see
that the GFCI has not tripped, then press the reset button.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
How to Adjust the Thermostat
The refrigerator is controlled with a thermostat knob located inside the unit,
towards the right-hand corner. Turn the knob clockwise from the STOP (0)
position toward higher numbers for colder temperatures. Place the drip tray
under the beer faucet.
The recommended pressure for the CO2 system is 8-10 lbs.
Temperature Selection
The settings of the temperature control are from 0 (OFF) to 7 (MAX). Initially
adjust the temperature control setting to 4 (NORMAL), then adjust the thermostat
to colder or warmer (as needed).
A higher setting on the knob (towards 7) means colder temperatures in all
compartments of the appliance. On the highest setting, parts of the refrigerator
may become extremely cold, especially in cooler or dry weather. Use the higher
thermostat setting only when required or recommended.
The coolness of the refrigerator depends on how often you open and close the
door.
To turn the refrigerator off, you must turn the thermostat to 0 (off).
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INSTALLATION
Remove all packing materials and parts. Inspect to make sure all parts listed on
page 8 are present.
Keg Tapper and Beer Keg
The Sankey type keg tapper supplied with the beer dispenser is the most widely
used in the United States. However, other types of keg tappers can be used.
Before installing a keg tapper, check with your beer distributor to make sure that
the Sankey type keg tapper can be used.
If you need a keg tapper other than a Sankey type, it is recommended that you
purchase the tapper you need from your beer distributor. Please keep the
Sankey type keg tapper for future use. The Sankey system is becoming more
popular to use. It may be purchased from our Sales Department at 718-8933900.
 Make sure the shutoff valve on the CO2 regulator is in a closed position.
Connect the pressure tube to the nipple of the keg tapper (use hose clamp).
Connect the beer tube from the draft arm to the keg tapper. (Fasten securely
with washer and wing nut).
 Make sure the beer faucet and keg tappers are in a closed position, and then
tap the keg. Open the keg tapper valve.
 Make sure the keg is properly tapped, and then open the shutoff valve on the
CO2 regulator.
To install the beer keg into the cabinet, follow the steps below:
1. Lean the keg on the front bottom edge of the cabinet.
2. Move the keg to an upright position, then slide it into the cabinet. (Use the
stainless steel floor to avoid damaging the unit).
3. Make sure the keg and beer tube do not touch the cold plate.
4. The keg and keg supports should be properly positioned in order for the door
to remain closed.
5. Release the air caught in the draft arm assembly by opening the beer faucet
until foam appears.
Casters (for use as a freestanding beer cooler)
Empty the cabinet and lay down the beer dispenser sideways so the door hinge
side is at the top. Be careful not to cause dents or scratches on the cabinet.
Placing a soft cloth or cardboard underneath the cabinet is recommended.
Install casters, and turn the nuts clockwise to tighten.
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Once all four casters have been tightened evenly, stand the cabinet in an upright
position.
Note: Allow the beer dispenser to stand in an upright position for 8-10 hours
before turning on.
Draft Arm Assembly
1. Slide gasket over wing nut on bottom of draft arm assembly beer tubes. Slide
gasket up beer tube to draft arm base.
2. Push wing nut on beer tube of draft arm assembly through hole in top of
cabinet until the draft arm is resting on cabinet top.
3. Align holes in draft arm base with holes in gasket and pilot holes in cabinet,
then secure guard rail to cabinet top (see below).
Guard Rail
1. Place guard rail on top of cabinet.
2. Fit the legs of the guard rail into the prepared holes in the cabinet top.
3. Secure the guard rail to the cabinet with the eight small Phillips-head screws.
CO2 Regulator and CO2 Cylinder
Note: Your CO2 cylinder is shipped empty to avoid any possible accidents during
transportation. When you purchase the first keg of beer, have your beer
distributor fill the CO2 cylinder. You must read and understand the following
procedures for CO2 cylinders before installation:
1. Install the CO2 gas line tube to the regulator by attaching one end of the red
tube to the hose connection on the CO2 regulator.
2. Secure the tube by using one of the self-locking black plastic snap-on clamps.
3. Insert a special washer into the regulator-to-cylinder attachment nut.
4. Attach the CO2 regulator to the CO2 cylinder by screwing the regulator nut
onto the cylinder valve and tightening with an adjustable wrench.
5. Remove the bolt with the nut from the cylinder retainer. Using two screws,
attach it inside the unit on the left side of the back wall. Holes are pre-drilled
and screws are included.
6. Slide the cylinder through the retainer and secure it with the bolt and the nut.
Position the cylinder this way so that you will be able to read the numbers on
the gauges and easily access the shut-off valves.
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PARTS LIST
Unpack and inspect the various parts of this unit
Remove all packing materials and parts. Inspect to make sure all parts listed
below are present.
1 Draft arm assembly (with washer)
1 CO2 cylinder
1 CO2 regulator
1 Keg tap (American Sankey type)
1 Cleaning kit
Vinyl tubing
1 Stainless steel (removable) floor to protect the unit during keg insertion
1 Guard rail
1 Drip tray
4 Casters (for conversion to portable beer cooler)
2 Hose clamps
2 Removable shelves (installed) for conversion to a beverage refrigerator
8 Small Phillips-head screws
4 Large Phillips-head screws
2 Retainer fixing screws
OPERATION
Dispensing Beer
Follow these steps to dispense beer:
1. Make sure the beer dispenser is plugged in properly to a 120V, 60Hz, 15 amp
grounded AC outlet.
2. Place the drip tray under the beer faucet.
3. Open the beer faucet by pulling the tap towards you quickly and completely to
dispense the beer.
4. Increase the pressure if the beer runs too slowly. At the correct pressure and
temperature, a 10-oz glass should be filled in 4 seconds.
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5. Hold the glass steady at a 45° angle. When it is 2/3 full, start straightening the
glass. Proper foam should be a tight, creamy head and the collar on an
average glass should be 3/4" to 1" high.
Note: It is normal to see condensation forming on the faucet. It is caused by the
difference in temperature between the cold beer and the inner surfaces of the
faucet when beer is flowing through the line.
Understanding Beer Temperature
The recommended temperature for serving chilled beer is between 38° and 43°F.
To maintain this temperature in average room conditions of 70°F, set the
thermostat dial to 4 (NORMAL).
Notes: During the summertime when temperatures are warmer, we recommend
that you adjust the control to a cooler setting. Selecting and maintaining the
proper temperature inside the refrigerator cabinet is necessary for maintaining
the flavor and freshness of beer. Excessively cold or warm temperatures
inside the refrigerator cabinet may cause a loss of flavor.
The best temperature for storing a keg is approximately 38°F.
Sour beer is produced as a result of secondary fermentation above 45°F.
Beer Serving Tips
The following tips will help you serve the perfect beer. To serve beer from the
tap similar to the way it left the vat, check the following:
 Cleanliness (see Maintenance and Cleaning)
 Temperature (see Temperature Selection and Understanding Beer
Temperature)
 Pressure (see Troubleshooting)
 Use only CO2 gas
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CONVERTING THE BEER DISPENSER TO AN ALL-REFRIGERATOR
For your convenience, this beer dispenser can be converted to an all-refrigerator
application. Simply follow the steps below for a quick and easy conversion.
Note: When using as a refrigerator, we do not recommend the use of casters,
since stored items may fall off the shelves when the unit is in motion.
1. Disconnect the power supply to the unit.
2. Close the main valve on the CO2 cylinder.
3. Close the connection between the beer keg and the keg tap by pulling and
lifting the handle of the keg into an upright position.
4. Disconnect both the beer line and the CO2 gas line from the keg tap.
5. Remove the beer keg from the cabinet.
6. Disconnect the gas line from the CO2 regulator.
7. Remove the CO2 cylinder from the cabinet.
8. Remove the beer tower from the cabinet top by unscrewing 4 screws.
9. Pull the beer line through the top of the cabinet.
10. Install the cabinet plug on the worktop.
11. Lay the unit down sideways. We recommend that you place a piece of
cardboard or cloth underneath the cabinet to avoid dents or scratches to the
cabinet. Remove the casters and install leveling legs and raise the unit back
into the upright position.
12. Install the two wire shelves.
a. Insert one end of each support pin into the holes on the right side of the
cabinet.
b. Place one end of the wire shelf into the left side of the cabinet and rest
the other end onto the exposed support pins on the right side.
c. Repeat with the second shelf.
13. The conversion process is now complete. Store all removed accessories in a
safe place for future use.
14. Adjust the temperature of the unit as required for beverage storage.
Note: Allow the beer dispenser to stand in an upright position for 8 hours before
turning on the power.
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CONVERTING THE BEER DISPENSER TO A BUILT-IN UNIT
For your convenience, we offer beer dispensers that can be quickly built in under
your counters. Simply follow the steps below for a quick and easy installation.
Note: Not all models have built-in capability. Only models with letters BI are builtin compatible. These units are especially built with additional features for
those customers who wish to install this unit under their counter. We do not
advise that other models be built in under your counter.
The dimensions of your unit are:
Height: 34¼" (cabinet with leveling legs)
Height: 49¾" (with beer tower)
Width: 23⅝"
Depth: 24⅝"
Make sure the available space
is adequate.
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Instructions for Building-In
Find the mid-point:
From left to right the width is about 24". From back to front, the dimension is
about 25". Therefore the mid-point is located wherever these coordinates cross
each other. Use a pencil or marker to note this spot.
Note: 12 inches from left to midpoint.
12 inches from right to mid-point
12½ inches from front to mid-point.
Drill a round hole:
Place a drill bit on the mid-point and make a round hole with a diameter of 1⅞".
Installation:
See Installation instructions in this manual.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Automatic Defrosting of the Refrigerator
There is usually no need to defrost the refrigerator because the ice deposited on
the inner back wall is automatically defrosted. Ice deposits on the inner back wall
during compressor operation. Later on, when the compressor is not operating,
the ice defrosts and water drains through the outlet in the inner back wall into the
drain pan situated above the compressor where it evaporates. If you see water
building up in the rear of the unit, check that the drain trough is not clogged. Use
a pipe cleaner or a piece of flexible wire. During extremely hot and humid
weather, some ice may build up. If necessary, remove contents of the
refrigerator, turn the thermostat to 0 and allow defrosting. A hair dryer may
facilitate the process.
Installing the Cleaning Kit
Read and understand the following instructions before installing the cleaning kit.
1. Mix one gallon of warm water and one ounce (one tablespoon) of cleaner in a
bucket.
Note: Do not use lye, soap or hot water.
2. Remove the cleaner cap. Fill the jar and replace the cap. Leave the
remaining solution in the bucket.
3. Turn off either the air cock on the regulator or the valve on the CO2 tank.
4. Disconnect the tap from the barrel. Then disconnect the beer line from the
tap by turning the nut counter-clockwise. Place the tap and end of the hose in
the bucket.
5. Remove the faucet from the tower with the wrench and attach the fitting on
the cleaning bottle in its place.
Note: Make sure there is a washer in the back of the fitting.
6. Hold the cleaning jar upside down until the solution runs through the system
into the bucket.
7. Fill the jar with cold clean water and repeat the process until the water runs
clean.
8. Rinse the tap in the bucket with cold water.
9. Remove the fitting from the tower and reinstall the faucet. Make sure the
washer is in the back of the faucet.
10. Re-attach the beer hose to the tap and attach the tap to the barrel.
Note: Beer lines should be flushed after each keg is emptied.
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Cleaning the Appliance
Disconnect the power supply before cleaning the appliance.
Do not use coarse or abrasive cleaning agents as you can damage the surface of
the appliance.
Periodic cleaning of the beer dispenser is necessary. A complete cleaning kit is
provided for your convenience.
Every now and then, wipe the walls and bottom of the refrigerator. Use a soft
nonmetallic brush or vacuum cleaner.
To clean the cabinet inside and out, mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda with 1
quart warm water, or use a mild soap.
Do not put drip tray in the dishwasher (it is not dishwasher safe).
Vacuum the tubing on the back of the unit twice a year.
To provide protective care of a painted finish:
Regular applications of wax or polish provide vital protection against rust.
Waxing cleans the surface and seals out moisture and other contaminants.
Use a wax polish that is suitable for appliances.
Apply the wax or polish when the refrigerator is new and then at least twice a
year.
Door Gasket Cleaning:
Clean the door gasket with a damp cloth every three months. The gasket must
be kept clean and pliable to ensure a proper seal.
Petroleum jelly applied lightly to the hinge side of the gasket will keep the gasket
pliable and ensure a good seal.
Cleaning behind the Beer Dispenser:
We recommend that you clean the rear of the refrigerator at least twice a year.
Note: Some operating environments may require more frequent cleaning.
Use a vacuum or brush to clean the coils.
Stainless steel doors (on some models) can be cleaned with a commercially
available stainless steel cleaner.
Do not use appliance wax or polish on stainless steel.
Do not wipe the door with a soiled dish cloth or wet towel. These may leave a
residue.
Use stainless steel cleaner only on stainless steel surfaces.
Dry with a soft cloth.
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NOISE
Modern refrigerators rely on energy-efficient high speed compressors. Cooling is
accomplished through a system where the compressor cycles on and off
pressurizing the refrigerant. This system will produce certain noises which you
may not be used to. How noisy the appliance is depends on where it is placed,
how it's used and how old the appliance is.
During the operation of the compressor, a liquid noise is heard and when the
compressor is not operating, a refrigerant flow is heard. This is normal and has
no influence whatsoever on the lifetime of the appliance.
When the new appliance is started, the operation of the compressor and the
refrigerant flow may be noticeable. This does not mean something is wrong with
the appliance. The noise will reduce gradually over time and will not affect the
lifetime of the appliance.
Many complaints of excessive noise are traced to improper placement or leveling
of the refrigerator. This noise is often a consequence of poor installation. To
avoid this noise, make sure the appliance is placed and leveled firmly on a solid
base. Make sure the appliance is not touching the wall or kitchen units standing
next to it in a way that vibrations can occur. And always make sure you check
the accessories in the interior of the appliance; they should be placed correctly in
their positions. Check the bottles, cans and other vessels that might touch each
other and rattle.
Summit Outdoor refrigerators contain a rear fan which runs only when the
compressor is on, and some models have an internal air circulation fan which
runs continuously. A small fan hum (similar to that of a computer fan) is normal.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Correction
Beer is cloudy:
The beer in the
glass appears
hazy and not clear.
Excessively low
temperatures
may cause
hazy or cloudy
beer,
particularly
when the beer
lies in the cold
coil for long
periods of time.
Drain a few ounces before drinking.
Glasses may
not have been
cleaned
properly.
Do not wash beer glasses together with glasses
that have contained milk or any other fatty
substance. An excessive amount of germicide
build-up may also leave a fatty film, which will
cause beer to go flat.
Raise the temperature setting of the unit.
It is preferable to steam and sterilize glasses
where health laws permit.
Wash glasses thoroughly with a good detergent
to remove all fatty substances (i.e., lipstick)
Do not use soap.
Do not wipe the glasses dry. Permit glasses to
air-dry by placing them on a wire rack or on a
corrugated metal sheet.
Rinse the glasses in fresh cold water just before
serving beer. It is best to serve beer in a wet
glass.
Improper
drawing of beer
into glass
Open the faucet quickly and completely; proper
foam should be a tight creamy head. The collar
on the average glass should be ¾" to 1" high.
Beer drawn without a head has the appearance
of being flat.
Not enough
pressure
Increase the pressure if beer runs too slowly.
The correct flow should fill a 10-oz glass in 4
seconds (approx. 8 oz of liquid). Check the
pressure source to determine whether there are
obstructions in the air line. Replace a sluggish
air source or the CO2 regulator and gauge. The
tank pressure must always be higher than the
pressure used on the keg. Always apply
pressure to the keg before drawing beer.
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Beer has off taste:
Often bitter and
bite-y; sometimes
completely lacking
flavor and zest. It
may also have an
oily or foul odor
which may carry
an unpleasant
taste.
Condensation is
forming on faucet.
Improper
cleaning of the
tap
Brush and clean the tap properly. It should be
scoured using a detergent, then rinsed clean.
Contaminated
air line
Beer tube should be examined. If contaminated,
it should be replaced.
It is normal to
see condensation forming
on the faucet. It
is caused by a
difference in
temperature
between the
cold beer and
the surfaces of
the faucet when
beer is flowing
through the line.
Beer that is left
in the faucet is
not cooled by
the refrigerator.
After a period of non-use, a few ounces should
be drained before drinking.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Within the 48 contiguous United States, for one year from the date of purchase, when this
appliance is operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or furnished with the
product, warrantor will pay for factory-specified parts and repair labor to correct defects in
materials or workmanship. Service must be provided by a designated service company. Outside
the 48 states, all parts are warranted for one year from manufacturing defects. Plastic parts,
shelves and cabinets are warranted to be manufactured to commercially acceptable standards,
and are not covered from damage during handling or breakage.
5-YEAR COMPRESSOR WARRANTY
1. The compressor is covered for 5 years.
2. Replacement does not include labor.
ITEMS WARRANTOR WILL NOT PAY FOR:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your appliance, to instruct you how to use your
appliance, to replace or repair fuses or to correct wiring or plumbing.
2. Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs or broken shelves. Consumable parts
(such as filters) are excluded from warranty coverage.
3. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper
installation, installation not in accordance with electrical or plumbing codes, or use of products
not approved by warrantor.
4. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States.
5. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the appliance.
6. Expenses for travel and transportation for product service in remote locations.
7. The removal and reinstallation of your appliance if it is installed in an inaccessible location or
is not installed in accordance with published installation instructions.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES;
LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL
BE PRODUCT REPAIR AS PROVIDED HEREIN. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED TO ONE YEAR. WARRANTOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE
DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SO THESE
EXCLUSIONS OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY
FROM STATE TO STATE.
FELIX STORCH, INC.
770 Garrison Avenue
Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: (718) 893-3900
Fax: (718) 842-3093
www.summitappliance.com
For parts and accessory ordering,
troubleshooting and helpful hints, visit:
www.summitapplianceparts.com
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