Delfield Enodis 4500 Series Specifications

Installation &
Operation Manual
4400 Series
Compact Refrigerators
4500 Series
Compact Freezers
Please read this manual
completely before
attempting to install or
operate this equipment!
Notify carrier of damage.
Inspect all components
immediately.
Delfield 980 S. Isabella Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(989) 773-7891 or (800) 733-8829 • Fax (989) 773-3210
www.delfield.com
*9294098*
February 2013
Delfield
Important Warning And Safety Information
WARNING
Read This Manual Thoroughly Before Operating, Installing, Or Performing Maintenance On The Equipment.
WARNING
Failure To Follow Instructions In This Manual Can Cause Property Damage, Injury Or Death.
WARNING
Do Not Store Or Use Gasoline Or Other Flammable Vapors Or Liquids In The Vicinity Of This Or Any Other
Appliance.
WARNING
Unless All Cover And Access Panels Are In Place And Properly Secured, Do Not Operate This Equipment.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not Intended For Use By Persons Who Lack Experience Or Knowledge, Unless They Have
Been Given Supervision Or Instruction Concerning Use Of The Appliance By A Person Responsible For Their
Safety.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not To Be Played With.
Warning
Do Not Clean With Water Jet.
WARNING
Do Not Use Electrical Appliances Inside The Food Storage Compartment Of This Appliance.
CAUTION
Observe the following:
2
•
Minimum clearances must be maintained from all walls and combustible materials.
•
Keep the equipment area free and clear of combustible material.
•
Allow adequate clearance for air openings.
•
Operate equipment only on the type of electricity indicated on the specification plate.
•
Unplug the unit before making any repairs.
•
Retain this manual for future reference.
Compact Refrigerators
Contents
Receiving And Inspecting The Equipment.......................................3
Introduction....................................................................................4
Warranty Information......................................................................4
Regulatory Certifications ................................................................4
Specifications.............................................................................5-10
Installation...............................................................................11-12
Location................................................................................11
Inside Cabinet.......................................................................11
Outside Cabinet.....................................................................11
Leveling................................................................................11
Stabilizing.............................................................................11
Plumbing..............................................................................11
Electrical Connection.............................................................11
Cutting Board Bracket Mounting...........................................12
Shelf Installation Instructions...............................................12
2-Position Pan Rails Installation Instructions.......................12
Operation.................................................................................13-14
Refrigeration Temperature Control........................................14
Freezer Temperature Control.................................................15
Maintenance.............................................................................16-17
Stainless Care And Cleaning.................................................16
Condenser Coil Cleaning.......................................................16
Gasket...................................................................................16
Doors/hinges........................................................................17
Drain.....................................................................................17
Drawer Maintenance.............................................................17
Wiring Diagram........................................................................18-19
Standard Labor Guidelines............................................................20
Notes.......................................................................................21-23
Receiving And Inspecting The Equipment
Even though most equipment is shipped crated, care should be
taken during unloading so the equipment is not damaged while
being moved into the building.
1. Visually inspect the exterior of the package an skid or
container. Any damage should be noted and reported to the
delivering carrier immediately.
2. If damaged, open and inspect the contents with the carrier.
3. In the event that the exterior is not damaged, yet upon
opening, there is concealed damage to the equipment notify
the carrier. Notification should be made verbally as well as
in written form.
4. Request an inspection of the concealed equipment. This
should be done within 10 days from receipt of the equipment.
5. Check the lower portion of the unit to be sure legs or casters
are not bent.
6. Also open the compressor compartment housing and
visually inspect the refrigeration package. Be sure lines are
secure and base is still intact.
7. Freight carriers can supply the necessary forms upon
request.
8. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been made
or waived.
9. Do not use forklift or pallet jack to move this equipment
once it is removed from the pallet. Doing so may cause
equipment damage and void warranty.
Uncrating the Equipment
First cut and remove the banding from around the crate. Remove
the front of the crate material, use of some tools will be required.
If the unit is on legs remove the top of the crate as well and lift
the unit off the skid. If the unit is on casters it can be "rolled" off
the skid.
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Delfield
Introduction
All cabinets have stainless steel exteriors and ABS interiors.
Door gaskets are magnetic and mount to the door, snapping
in place and are removable without tools.
Serial Number Location
The serial tag is located on the left upper sidewall inside
the cabinet.
Always have the serial number of your cabinet available
when calling for parts or service. A complete list of
authorized Delfield parts depots is available on our website
at www.delfield.com.
This manual covers standard cabinets only. If you have a
custom cabinet, consult the customer service department
at (800) 733-8829.
©2013 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction without written
permission is prohibited. “Delfield” is a registered trademark of The Delfield Company.
Warranty Information
Visit http://www.delfield.com/minisite/service/warranty_info to:
• Register your product for warranty.
• Verify warranty information.
• View and download a copy of your warranty.
Regulatory Certifications
Models are certified by:
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Underwriters Laboratories of Canada (ULC)
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Compact Refrigerators
Specifications
Undercounter Refrigerators
Model
Description
L
D
Work H
Volume
Shelves
1/6 Pan
FT3
FT2
Capacity
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
(oz)
NEMA
Ship Weight
Plug
(lbs)
UC4427N
one door
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
3.17
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
223
UCD4427N
two drawer
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
245
UC4432N
one door
32”
31.5”
34.25”
10.10
3.88
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
245
UCD4432N
two drawer
32”
31.5”
34.25”
10.10
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
293
UC4448N
two door
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
5.48
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
316
UCD4448N
four drawer
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
398
UC4460N
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
7.19
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
411
UCD4460N
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
495
UC4464N
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
421
UCD4464N
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
522
UC4472N
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
8.22
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
461
UCD4472N
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
545
Volume
Shelves
1/6 Pan
H.P.
FT3
FT2
Capacity
Flat Top & Work Top Refrigerator Bases
Model
Description
L
D
Work H
Refg.
Amp
Charge (oz)
NEMA
Ship Weight
Plug
(lbs)
4427N
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
3.17
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
223
D4427N
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
245
ST4427N
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
3.17
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
223
STD4427N
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
245
4432N
one door
32”
31.5”
36”
10.10
3.88
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
245
D4432N
two drawer
32”
31.5”
36”
10.10
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
293
ST4432N
one door
32”
31.5”
36”
10.10
3.88
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
245
STD4432N
two drawer
32”
31.5”
36”
10.10
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
293
4448N
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
5.48
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
316
D4448N
four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
398
ST4448N
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
5.48
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
316
STD4448N
four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
398
4460N
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
411
D4460N
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
495
ST4460N
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
411
STD4460N
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
495
4464N
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
421
D4464N
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
522
ST4464N
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
421
STD4464N
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
522
4472N
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
461
D4472N
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
545
ST4472N
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
461
STD4472N
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
—
1/5
7.0
3.9
5-15P
545
ST prefix models have a 4" stainless steel backsplash.
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Delfield
Specifications, continued
Salad Top Refrigerator Bases
Model
Description
L
D
Work H
Volume FT3 Shelves
1/6 Pan
FT2
Capacity
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
(oz)
NEMA
Ship Weight
Plug
(lbs)
4427N-6
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
3.17
6
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
D4427N-6
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
—
6
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
4448N-8
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
5.48
8
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
D4448N-8
four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
—
8
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
4448N-12
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
5.48
12
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
D4448N-12
four drawers
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
—
12
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
ST4448N-8
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
5.48
8
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
STD4448N-8
four drawers
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
—
8
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
4460N-8
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
D4460N-8
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
4460N-12
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
D4460N-12
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
ST4460N-8
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
STD4460N-8
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
4464N-8
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
D4464N-8
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
4464N-12
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
D4464N-12
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
4464N-16
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
16
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
D4464N-16
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
16
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
ST4464N-8
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
STD4464N-8
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
ST4464N-12
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
STD4464N-12
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
4472N-12
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
D4472N-12
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
4472N-18
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
D4472N-18
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
ST4472N-12
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
STD4472N-12
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
ST prefix models have a 4" stainless steel backsplash.
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Compact Refrigerators
Specifications, continued
Mega Top Refrigerated Front Breathers
Model
Description
L
D
Work H
Volume
Shelves
1/6 Pan
FT3
FT2
Capacity
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
(oz)
NEMA
Ship Weight
Plug
(lbs)
4427N-9M
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
3.17
9
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
D4427N-9M
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
—
9
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
4427N-12M
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
3.17
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
D4427N-12M
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
—
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
ST4427N-12M
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
3.17
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
STD4427N-12M
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
8.20
—
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
4432N-12M
one door
32”
31.5”
36”
10.10
3.88
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
D4432N-12M
two drawer
32”
31.5”
36”
10.10
—
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
293
4448N-18M
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
5.48
18
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
D4448N-18M
four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
16.00
—
18
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
4460N-12M
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
D4460N-12M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
4460N-18M
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
D4460N-18M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
4460N-24M
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
D4460N-24M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
ST4460N-12M
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
STD4460N-12M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
ST4460N-18M
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
7.19
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
STD4460N-18M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
20.20
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
4464N-12M
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
D4464N-12M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
4464N-18M
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
D4464N-18M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
4464N-24M
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
D4464N-24M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
ST4464N-12M
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
STD4464N-12M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
ST4464N-18M
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
7.76
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
STD4464N-18M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
21.60
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
4472N-18M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
D4472N-18M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
4472N-24M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
D4472N-24M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
4472N-30M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
30
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
D4472N-30M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
30
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
ST4472N-18M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
STD4472N-18M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
ST4472N-24M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
8.22
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
STD4472N-24M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
24.80
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
ST prefix models have a 4" stainless steel backsplash.
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Specifications, continued
Reduced Work Height Salad Top Refrigerated Front Breathers
Model
Description
L
D
Work H
Volume
Shelves
1/6 Pan
FT3
FT2
Capacity
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
(oz)
NEMA
Ship Weight
Plug
(lbs)
UC4427N-6
one door
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
3.17
6
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
UCD4427N-6
two drawer
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
—
6
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
UC4448N-8
two door
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
5.48
8
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
UCD4448N-8
four drawer
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
—
8
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
UC4448N-12
two door
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
5.48
12
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
UCD4448N-12
four drawer
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
—
12
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
UC4460N-8
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
7.19
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
UCD4460N-8
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
—
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
UC4460N-12
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
7.19
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
UCD4460N-12
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
UC4464N-8
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
UCD4464N-8
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
8
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
UC4464N-12
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
UCD4464N-12
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
UC4464N-16
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
16
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
UCD4464N-16
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
16
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
UC4472N-12
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
8.22
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
UCD4472N-12
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
UC4472N-18
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
8.22
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
UCD4472N-18
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
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Compact Refrigerators
Specifications, continued
Reduced Work Height Mega Top Refrigerated Front Breathers
Model
Description
L
D
Work H
Volume
Shelves
1/6 Pan
FT3
FT2
Capacity
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
(oz)
NEMA
Ship Weight
Plug
(lbs)
UC4427N-9M
one door
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
3.17
9
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
UCD4427N-9M
two drawer
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
—
9
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
UC4427N-12M
one door
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
3.17
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
223
UCD4427N-12M
two drawer
27”
31.5”
34.25”
8.20
—
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
UC4432N-12M
one door
32”
31.5”
34.25”
10.10
3.88
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
245
UCD4432N-12M
two drawer
32”
31.5”
34.25”
10.10
—
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
293
UC4448N-18M
two door
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
5.48
18
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
316
UCD4448N-18M
four drawer
48”
31.5”
34.25”
16.00
—
18
1/5
10
7.2
5-15P
398
UC4460N-12M
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
7.19
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
UCD4460N-12M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
UC4460N-18M
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
7.19
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
UCD4460N-18M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
UC4460N-24M
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
7.19
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
411
UCD4460N-24M
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
20.20
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
495
UC4464N-12M
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
UCD4464N-12M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
12
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
UC4464N-18M
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
UCD4464N-18M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
UC4464N-24M
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
7.76
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
421
UCD4464N-24M
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
21.60
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
522
UC4472N-18M
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
8.22
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
UCD4472N-18M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
—
18
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
UC4472N-24M
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
8.22
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
UCD4472N-24M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
—
24
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
UC4472N-30M
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
8.22
30
1/2
11
12
5-15P
461
UCD4472N-30M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
24.80
—
30
1/2
11
12
5-15P
545
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Specifications, continued
Freezers
Flat top freezer bases
L
D
Work H
Volume
Ft.3
Shelves
Ft.2
H.P.
Refg. Charge
(oz)
Amp
NEMA
Plug
Ship
Weight
one door
32”
(81.3cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
36”
(91.4cm)
8.80
3.88
1/5
9.0
9.5
5-15P
245lbs
(111kg)
D4532N
two drawer
32”
(81.3cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
36”
(91.4cm)
8.80
—
1/3
9.0
9.5
5-15P
293lbs
(133kg)
ST4532N
one door
32”
(81.3cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
36”
(91.4cm)
8.80
3.88
1/5
9.0
9.5
5-15P
245lbs
(111kg)
STD4532N
two drawer
32”
(81.3cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
36”
(91.4cm)
8.80
—
1/3
9.0
9.5
5-15P
293lbs
(133kg)
4560N
two door
60”
(152.4cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
36”
(91.4cm)
16.90
7.19
1/3
14.0
12.0
5-15P
411lbs
(186kg)
ST4560N
two door
60”
(152.4cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
36”
(91.4cm)
16.90
7.19
1/3
14.0
12.0
5-15P
411lbs
(186kg)
L
D
Work H
Volume
Ft.3
Shelves
Ft.2
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
NEMA
Plug
Ship
Weight
Model
Description
4532N
ST prefix models have a 4" stainless steel backsplash.
Undercounter freezers
Model
Description
UC4532N
one door
32”
(81.3cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
34.25”
(87.0cm)
8.80
3.88
1/5
9.0
9.5
5-15P
245lbs
(111kg)
UCD4532N
two drawer
32”
(81.3cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
34.25”
(87.0cm)
8.80
—
1/3
9.0
9.5
5-15P
293lbs
(133kg)
UC4560N
two door
60”
(152.4cm)
31.5”
(80.0cm)
34.25”
(87.0cm)
16.90
7.19
1/3
14.0
12.0
5-15P
411lbs
(186kg)
10
Compact Refrigerators
Installation
Location
Plumbing
Cabinets represented in this manual are intended for indoor
use only. Be sure the location chosen has a floor strong enough
to support the total weight of the cabinet and contents.
Reinforce the floor as necessary to provide for maximum
loading.
Self-contained models are standard with a condensate
evaporator. If, for some reason, a cabinet does not have a
condensate evaporator, or the evaporator fails, the cabinets
drain must have an outlet to an appropriate drainage area
or container.
The location should be selected so that power cords can be
connected without any extensions.
For the most efficient operation, be sure to provide good air
circulation inside and outside the cabinet. Avoid hot corners
and locations near stoves and ovens.
Inside Cabinet
Do not pack refrigerator so full that air cannot circulate.
Outside Cabinet
4400 Series equipment door and drawer models
These cabinets have Delfield’s “front-breathing” design. They
may be installed flush against a wall or built into a counter
as required.
The louver at the floor level must be kept completely clear
of any obstructions. Proper operation of these models is
dependent on air being able to flow freely through the front
louver. The louver at the back of the cabinet is not necessary for
proper operation, but any air flow through it is beneficial.
Any restriction of the proper air flow outlined
above, total or partial, will void the warranty on
the cabinet.
Leveling
Moisture collecting from improper drainage can
create a slippery surface on the floor and a hazard
to employees. It is the owner’s responsibility to
provide a container or outlet for drainage.
Electrical Connection
A 6’ (1.8 m) long grounded supply cord and three-pronged
plug are provided with standard cabinets. Simply plug into
a three-pronged wall outlet for proper grounding of the
cabinet to begin operation. Do not use an adapter to connect
to a two-pronged outlet. The three-pronged outlet provides
a ground connection which must be used to prevent a shock
hazard.
The wall outlet must be checked by a qualified
electrician to be sure a proper ground is present
and that the outlet provides the correct voltage
and required amperage to match the rating plate.
Any power cord that is frayed or damaged should
be replaced. When disconnecting the cabinet from
the power source, do not pull on the cord. Firmly
grip the plug and remove from outlet.
The 5-15P plug shown below is used on the various 4400
Series models.
A level cabinet will perform better because the drain pan
will drain properly, the drawers or doors will line up with the
frames and the cabinet will not be subject to undue strain.
Never stand on the unit or its drawers! Doing so
may result in bodily injury. They are not designed
to hold the weight of a person and will collapse if
misused in this manner.
Stabilizing
All models are supplied standard on casters for your
convenience, for ease of cleaning underneath and for mobility.
The cabinet must be installed in a stable condition
with the front wheels locked. Locking the front
casters after installation is the owner’s and
operator’s responsibility.
Refer to the amperage data list in SPECIFICATIONS, the serial
tag, your local code or the National Electrical Code to be
sure the cabinet is connected to the proper power source.
A protected circuit of the correct voltage and amperage
must be run for connection of the line cord, or permanent
connection to the cabinet.
Power Switch
Salad and Mega top 4460, 4464, and 4472 models are equipped
with a power disconnect switch located at the rear of the unit
just below the thermostat control knob. Switch must be in
the “on” position for the unit to operate.
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and the
cabinet disconnected from the power source
whenever performing service, maintenance
functions or cleaning the refrigerated area.
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Delfield
Installation, continued
Cutting Board Bracket Mounting
Shelf Installation Instructions
1. Gather brackets, cutting board and screwdriver.
1. Notice the shelves have four alignment pins on the
underside and a backstop on the top back.
2. Open the door to install the center bracket.
3. Remove four screws from the nosing.
4. Place the bracket and secure with the four removed
screws.
2. Insert the shelves into the cabinet.
• The backstop should be at the top back.
• The alignment pins should be in front and back of
the shelf supports.
5. Remove two screws from one end.
6. Place the bracket and secure with the two removed
screws.
Changing Pan Height
7. Repeat at the other end.
8. Insert the cutting board into the brackets, back first.
Lay it down with the holes over the alignment pins.
If additional pan temperature cooling ability is desired,
especially in higher ambient temperature conditions and/
or if pan covers are open or off for extended time periods
improved cooling of pans can usually be achieved by utilizing
the lower position of the dual level pan guides.
When utilizing the lower position on a model with drawers,
only 4" deep pans can be used in the top. When utilizing the
lower position on a door model, 4" or 6" deep pans may be
used.
1. Remove all pans, pan dividers, front and rear support
bars.
2. Remove the upper side support brackets by pulling them
up and off as shown below.
3. Reinstall all components removed in step one.
Remove upper side
support bracket
Use side support alone
to lower pans 1”
If the lower pan position is desired for model 4427N-12M,
model specific brackets must be ordered. They will hold pans
at the lower position and replace all other brackets.
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Compact Refrigerators
Refrigerated Cabinet Operation
Power Switch
Salad and Mega top 4460, 4464, and 4472 models are equipped
with a power disconnect switch located at the rear of the unit
just below the thermostat control knob. Switch must be in
the “on” position for the unit to operate.
Important Information on 4427 Solid Top Models:
Operation
After the cabinet is connected to the power source it will
automatically begin operating. With the covers and doors
closed, the temperature of the cabinet should reach 36°F to
40°F (2°C to 4°C) in about one hour. Temperature on salad
top will maintain 33°F to 41°F (1°C to 4°C) with pans recessed
2.5” (6.5cm) at 86°F ambient room temperature for a period
of four hours, meeting NSF-7 requirements. The temperature
control on a flat top unit other than 4427 models is located
on the back panel inside the refrigerator and can be adjusted
to meet the current conditions. The temperature control on
4427 flat top and all salad top units is located in the rear of
the unit, 14" to 16" above floor in access hole.
1. During the cooling mode, compressor and evaporator
fan run simultaneously.
The unit is Energy Star Version II compliant. During normal
operation the evaporator fan pulses independently of the
compressor as dictated by the Danfoss Controller as follows:
2. During the compressor off mode, evaporator fan pulses
three minutes on and three minutes off.
3. During an actual defrost event other than the off-cycle
defrost, compressor stays off but the evaporator fan runs
continuously.
Temperature Control Instruction for Flat Top Units
except 4427 Models
A thermostat located in the evaporator housing on the interior
rear of the cabinet controls the temperature inside the box. The
factory setting for the control is “4” and maintains about 38°F
(3°C) inside the box. Set toward “1” for higher temperatures
and set to a higher number for lower temperatures.
Temperature Control Knob Access
Salad Top Units and 4427 Flat Top Models
Cabinets with pans should be operated with pans
in place. Operating the cabinet without all pans
in place will lessen efficiency and may damage
the cabinet.
Continuous opening and closing of the door will
hamper the cabinet’s ability to maintain optimum
refrigeration temperature.
Flat Top Units except 4427 Models
Temperature Control Instruction for Salad Top
Units and 4427 Flat Top Models
Top section is not intended for overnight storage.
Product should be removed from pans. Pans can
remain in cabinet while empty.
A thermostat located in rear of cabinet controls the
temperature inside the box. The factory setting for the control
is 4.5 and maintains about 34°F(1°C) to 36°F (2°C) inside the
box. Set toward 1 for higher temperatures and set to a higher
number for lower temperatures.
Evaporator Fan(s) Operation
Salad and mega top refrigerator units under 60" wide have
one evaporator and one evaporator fan motor and blade.
60", 64" and 72" wide units have one large evaporator and
two fan motors and blades. Both motors rotate in the same
direction and both have identical fan blades.
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Delfield
Refrigerated Cabinet Operation, continued
Defrosting of Flat Top Models Except 4427
Refrigerators defrost automatically with every cycle of the
compressor. The water generated is routed to a pan on the
rear of the cabinet and is evaporated by the heat given off
by the compressor.
Service Alert
During normal operation the evaporator fan may cycle
and/or pulse independently of the compressor. Consult
the service manual or contact Technical Support at
1-800-733-8829 if you are unsure of the proper function.
Defrosting of Salad Top, Mega Top and 4427 Flat
Top Models
The electronic temperature controller monitors evaporator
temperature and compressor run time to determine the
proper time for a positive defrost cycle. A defrost cycle can
occur as often as every 45 minutes under extremely heavy
usage. When the controller enters the defrost mode the
compressor is shut off and will remain off until the evaporator
coil temperature exceeds 41°F or the controller reaches a time
limit of 50 minutes. The defrost cycle can last from a minimum
of 2 minutes to a maximum of 50 minutes.
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Cooling Cycle
Compressor On
Compressor Off
Defrost Cycle
Compressor Off
Evap
Evap
Evap
Evap
Evap
Evap
Fan On Fan Off Fan On Fan Off Fan On Fan Off
4400
Open Top
X
X
X
4400
Solid Top
X
X
X
4427
Solid Top
X
Cycles On 3-Min,
Off 3-Min
X
Compact Refrigerators
Freezer Cabinet Operation
The electronic temperature control constantly monitors
box temperature as well as evaporator coil temperature to
maintain consistent product temperatures.
At initial start-up or anytime power is disconnected, then
reconnected to the unit, the control will delay all operations
for a short time (up to 10 minutes.) While in this delay period,
the control initializes the control parameters and confirms
that the temperature sensors and circuits are operational.
REGARDING FREEZERS: After initializing, the
control will immediately enter a DEFROST mode.
The compressor and condenser fan as well as the
evaporator fan will remain off until initialization
defrost is complete. This initial defrost cycle may
take up to 15 minutes to complete, at which time
the freezing cycle will begin.
Freezer Automatic Defrost
The control also monitors compressor total running time
and will enter a defrost cycle after total compressor running
time is greater than 4-hours since the last defrost cycle OR
if evaporator coil temperature drops below -34ºF (-37ºC)
(indicating excessive frost on the coil.)
When the control enters the defrost mode, it switches off the
evaporator fan motor, compressor and condenser fan motor,
and switches on the defrost heater to warm the evaporator
coil. Thereby melting all frost accumulated during the previous
refrigeration cycle. The control will continue the defrost
cycle for a MINIMUM of 8 minutes and a MAXIMUM of 30
minutes depending on the amount of frost accumulated on
the evaporator coil.
After the defrost cycle is complete, the control returns to a
normal refrigeration cycle, however the evaporator fan motor
will not switch on for 2 minutes AFTER the compressor and
condenser fan motor have begun operating.
Freezer Manual Defrost
If a manual defrost is desired, simply unplug the unit for several
seconds, then plug unit back in. This will cause the control
to re-initialize and then enter a defrost cycle.
Temperature Control Knob Access
Freezers
The control is located in the rear of the cabinet. Freezers
are factory set at mid-range to maintain about -3ºF
(-19ºC) box temperature. To adjust for colder temperatures,
turn the knob clockwise. For warmer temperatures, turn
the knob counter-clockwise. Turn the knob fully counterclockwise to turn the refrigeration system off. Never turn
the knob more than 1 dial number and always allow 8 hours
for temperature stabilization before making any additional
adjustments.
Freezer cabinets with two evaporators have counter-rotating
fans to ensure even airflow throughout the cabinet. The left
evaporator has a CCW motor and a clear fan blade and the
right evaporator has a CW motor and a black fan blade.
Service Alert
During normal operation the evaporator fan may cycle
and/or pulse independently of the compressor. Consult
the service manual or contact Technical Support at
1-800-733-8829 if you are unsure of the proper function.
Cooling Cycle
Compressor On
Defrost Cycle
Compressor Off
Compressor Off
Evap
Evap
Evap
Evap
Evap
Evap
Fan On Fan Off Fan On Fan Off Fan On Fan Off
4500
Freezer
X
X
X
The evaporator fan(s) and condenser fan will cycle off and on
with the compressor to conserve energy.
Freezer:
Whenever the freezer is plugged in, and the control has
completed initializing including the initial defrost cycle.
The temperature control will cycle the compressor and
condenser fan motor and evaporator fan motor to maintain
box temperature at the control setting.
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Delfield
Maintenance
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and the
cabinet disconnected from the power source
whenever performing service, maintenance
functions or cleaning the refrigerated area.
Stainless Steel Care And Cleaning
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several
important steps need to be taken. First, the properties of
stainless steel need to be understood. Stainless steel contains
70-80% iron which will rust. It also contains 12-30% chromium
which forms an invisible passive film over the steels surface
which acts as a shield against corrosion. As long as the
protective layer is intact, the metal will not corrode and is
still stainless. If the film is broken or contaminated, outside
elements can begin to breakdown the steel and begin to
form rust or other discoloration.
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR
SCRAPERS!
Do not use an abrasive cleaner because it will scratch the
stainless steel and plastic and can damage gaskets. Proper
cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or plastic
scouring pads.
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or non-chloride
cleaners. Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage
the protective film of the stainless steel. Chlorides are also
commonly found in hard water, salts and household and
industrial cleaners. If cleaners containing chlorides are
used, be sure to rinse repeatedly and dry thoroughly upon
completion.
Routine cleaning of the interior and exterior can be done
with soap and warm water. Extreme stains or grease should
be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner and plastic scrub
pad. When cleaning the exterior, always rub with the grain
of the stainless steel to avoid marring the finish. There are
also stainless steel cleaners available which can restore and
preserve the finish of the steels protective layer.
Early signs of stainless steel breakdown can consist of small
pits and cracks. If this has begun, clean thoroughly and start
to apply stainless steel cleaners in an attempt to restore the
passivity of the steel.
Never use an acid based cleaning solution! Many
food products have an acidic content which
can deteriorate the finish. Be sure to clean ALL
food products from any stainless steel surface.
Common items include, tomatoes, peppers and
other vegetables.
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CLEANING THE CONDENSER COIL
The condenser coil requires regular cleaning every 90 days
(recommended). In some instances you may find a large
amount of debris and dust or grease accumulated prior to the
90 day time frame. In these cases the condenser coil should
be cleaned every 30 days.
If the build up on the coil consists of only light dust and debris
the condenser coil can be cleaned with a simple brush. Heavier
dust build up may require a vacuum or even compressed air
to blow through the condenser coil.
If heavy grease is present there are de-greasing agents available
for refrigeration use, and specifically for the condenser coils.
The condenser coil may require using a de-greasing agent
and then being blown through with compressed air. Follow
the de-greasing agent manufacturer’s instructions.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially cause
high temperatures and excessive run times. Continuous
operation with dirty or clogged condenser coils can result in
compressor failure. Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning
procedures will void any warranties associated with the
compressor or cost to replace the compressor.
Never use a high pressure water wash for this
cleaning procedure as water can damage the
electrical components located near or at the
condenser coil.
In order to maintain proper refrigeration performance, the
condenser fins must be cleaned of dust, dirt and grease
regularly. It is recommended that this be done every three
months. If conditions are such that the condenser is totally
blocked in three months, the frequency of cleaning should be
increased. Clean the condenser with a vacuum cleaner or stiff
brush. If extremely dirty, a commercially available condenser
cleaner may be required.
If your freezer seems to vibrate excessively when the
compressor is running, loosen (but do not remove) the bolts
on the compressor. Semi-hermetic models should be loosened
before operating.
Gasket Maintenance
Gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and mildew
build up and also to maintain the elasticity of the gasket. Gasket
cleaning can be done with the use of warm soapy water. Avoid
full strength cleaning products on gaskets as this can cause
them to become brittle and prevent proper seals. Also, never
use sharp tools or knives to scrape or clean the gasket which
could possibly tear the gasket and rip the bellows.
Gaskets can easily be replaced and do not require the use of
tools or authorized service persons. The gaskets are “Dart”
Compact Refrigerators
Maintenance, continued
style and can be pulled out of the groove in the door and
new gaskets can be “pressed” back into place.
clean the track on the bottom of the drawer box. When finished,
it should be wiped clean of all food and debris.
Doors/Hinges
Tracks
Over time and with heavy use the door hinges may become
loose. If it is noticed that the door is beginning to sag, it may
be necessary to tighten the screws that mount the hinge
brackets to the frame of the cabinet. If the doors are loose
or sagging, this can cause the hinge to pull out of the frame
which may damage both the doors and the door hinges.
In some cases this may require repair by a qualified service
agent or maintenance personnel.
The drawer box assembly must be removed. Pull the drawer
tracks out until they hit a stop. Locate blue safety clips towards
the back of each drawer track. Blue safety clips have a tab on the
top. Push the tab back until it clicks. Lift up and pull the drawer
tracks all the way out of the
drawer cage. The drawer
tracks are dishwasher safe
or can be cleaned in a sink
tab on top of
with detergents and a soft
blue safety clip bristle brush. Drawers and
tracks should be cleaned
on a weekly basis. Using a soft bristle brush, wash the track making
sure each roller is thoroughly cleaned. The drawer cage should be
cleaned with a soft bristle brush, removing any food and debris
gathered on the bottom ledge. Once it’s cleaned thoroughly with
a soft bristle brush, wipe remaining debris clean with a soft towel.
Reassembly
Drain Maintenance
Each cabinet has a drain located inside which removes the
condensation from the evaporator coil and evaporates it
at an external condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can
become loose or disconnected from moving or bumping
the drain. If you notice excessive water accumulation on the
inside of the cabinet, be sure the drain tube is connected from
the evaporator housing to the condensate evaporator drain
pan. If water has collected underneath the cabinet, check the
condensate evaporator drain tube to be sure it is still located
inside the drain pan. Leveling the cabinet is important as it
is designed to drain properly when on a level surface. If your
floor is not level this can also cause drain problems. Be sure
all drain lines are free of obstructions. Typically, food product
is found blocking drain lines causing water to back up and
overflow the drain pans.
Push the drawer tracks into the drawer cage. The blue safety
clip must remain pushed towards the back. Lift up and slide the
drawer track all the way into the drawer cage. The blue safety clip
will lock in place automatically. Once all tracks are replaced, insert
the drawer box. Rest the drawer box bottom track on the front
track roller. Then push the drawer back in place SLOWLY. When the
drawer box is about half way in you will hit a STOP. You must lift
the front of the drawer up approximately ½” (1.3cm) to continue
inward. Clean tracks as often as possible. The cleaner the tracks
are the better they will operate.
Fluorescent Light Bulb Replacement
Delfield recommends that fluorescent light bulbs be recycled
rather than disposed of.
Drawer Maintenance
Drawer Assembly Cleaning
The drawer assembly is designed to be cleaned easily. Both drawer
and tracks are removable without tools. The drawer tracks are
dishwasher safe or can be cleaned in a sink with detergents and
a soft bristle brush. Drawers and tracks should be cleaned on a
weekly basis.
Remove Drawers
Pull the drawer box out until it stops. Lift up on the drawer front
and pull the drawer box completely out. Using a soft bristle brush,
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Delfield
Wiring Diagram, 4427 Flat Top Refrigerator
9294473
Wiring Diagram, All Remaining Flat Top Refrigerators
L1
BLACK
G
N
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord and
Plug furnished
WHITE
EVAPORATOR FAN
HPS
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
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CONDENSING UNIT
Compact Refrigerators
Wiring Diagram, Salad & Mega Top Refrigerators
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord and
Plug furnished
L1
POWER SWITCH
(Select models only)
N
EVAPORATOR FANS
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
1 3
5
Temperature Control Knob Access
Power Switch Access (4460, 4464 &
4472 Salad and Mega top models)
HPS
CONDENSING
UNIT
Wiring Diagram, Freezers
DUAL EVAPORATOR
UNITS ONLY
MULLION
HEATER
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Delfield
Standard Labor Guidelines To Repair Or Replace Parts On Delfield Equipment
Advice and recommendations given by Delfield Service Technicians do not constitute or guarantee any special coverage.
A maximum of 1-hour is allowed to diagnose a defective component.
A maximum of 1-hour is allowed for retrieval of parts not in stock.
A maximum travel distance of 100 miles round trip and 2-hours will be reimbursed.
Overtime, installation/start-up, normal control adjustments, general maintenance, glass breakage, freight damage, and/or correcting and end-user installation error will not be reimbursed under warranty unless pre-approved with a Service Work Authorization
from Delfield. You must submit the number with the service claim.
LABOR OF 1-HOUR IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE:
• Thermostat
• Evaporator/Condenser Fan Motor and Blade
• Hi-limit/Thermal Protector Switch
• Door Hinges, Locks, and Gaskets
• Compressor Start Components and Overload Protector
LABOR OF 2 HOURS IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE:
• Drawer Tracks/Cartridges
• Locate/Repair a Leak
• Defrost Heater
LABOR OF 3 HOURS IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE:
• Condenser or Evaporator Coil
• Hot gas condensate evaporator
LABOR OF 4 HOURS IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE
Compressor
This includes recovery of refrigerant and leak check.
$55.00 maximum reimbursement for refrigerant recovery (includes recovery machine, pump, torch, oil, flux, minor fittings, solder,
brazing rod, nitrogen, or similar fees.)
REFRIGERANTS
R404A A maximum of $15.00/lb. or $1.00/oz. will be reimbursed.
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