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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

ActiveSmart™ Built-in refrigerator

RS36A72JC DCS and RS36A72UC DCS models

US CA

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843160 A 06.15

FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION SEQUENCE RELEVANT TO YOUR CABINETRY

RS36A72JC DCS and

RS36A72UC DCS models

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SAFETY AND WARNINGS

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BEFORE INSTALLATION

3

COMPONENTS LIST

4

PRODUCT AND CAVITY DIMENSIONS

5

CAVITY PREPARATION

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MAXIMUM DISTANCE OF POWER CORD

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CUSTOM DOOR PANEL DIMENSIONS

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ATTACH SIDE TRIM BRACKETS

9

ATTACH ANTI-TIP BRACKET

Wooden/plaster board wall installation

Solid wall installation

Spacer installation

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CONNECT TO WATER SUPPLY

Pex tube installation

Copper tube installation

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CONNECT TO ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

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PRODUCT PREPARATION

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LEVEL YOUR PRODUCT

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ATTACH SIDE TRIMS

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ASSEMBLE DOOR PANEL SET

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HANGING ICE & WATER DOOR PANEL

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HANGING NON-WATER DISPENSING DOOR PANELS

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TOP TRIM AND HINGE END CAPS

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INSTALL WATER FILTER CARTRIDGE

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ATTACH COVERS AND KICKSTRIPS

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FINAL CHECKLIST

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SAFETY AND WARNINGS

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WARNING!

Electric Shock Hazard

Read and follow the safety and warnings outlined in this installation guide before operating this appliance.

Failure to do so can result in death, electric shock, fire or injury to persons.

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WARNING!

Cut Hazard

Take care – panel edges are sharp. Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts.

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WARNING!

This appliance is top-heavy and must be secured to prevent the possibility of tipping forward.

To ensure that the appliance is stable under all loading conditions, the anti-tip bracket and fittings supplied must be installed according to the following installation instructions by a professional installer.

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BEFORE INSTALLATION

Please follow the installation steps below to ensure your appliance is installed and operates correctly.

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Power

To ensure that the appliance is not accidentally switched off, connect your refrigerator to its own isolating switch. Do not plug in any other appliance at this isolating switch.

For power requirements, please refer to the information on the serial plate. This is located at the front right-hand side of the drawer when open.

It is essential that the appliance is properly grounded (earthed).

Connect the appliance to the electrical supply (115VAC, 60 Hz) with the fitted plug and lead.

Follow the National Electrical Code and all local codes and ordinances when installing this product.

Warning: Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) may trip during normal operation of your refrigerator and interrupt the power supply. The use of a GFCI is not recommended with this product.

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Location

Your refrigerator should not be located in direct sunlight or next to any heat generating appliance such as a cooktop, oven or dishwasher.

Your product is fitted with front and rear rollers designed for moving the product in forwards and backwards direction.

Avoid moving the product in a sides ways direction as this may damage the rollers or the floor covering/surface.

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Plumbing

Your product must be installed by a qualified plumber or a DCS by Fisher & Paykel

Authorized Service Agent as incorrect plumbing can lead to water leaks.

DCS by Fisher & Paykel Appliances does not accept responsibility for damage (including water damage) caused by faulty installation or plumbing.

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Door panel set

The standard appliance does not include a door panel set.

When designing custom door panels, these are only available for non-Water dispensing models.

To complete the integrated appliance for non-Water dispensing models the customer should supply their own custom door panel set. All the hardware required to mount the door panel sets to the refrigerator doors is supplied.

DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets are available (Stainless steel door panels, model numbers: RD3672C and RD3672CU), and can be purchased through your DCS by

Fisher & Paykel dealer).

IMPORTANT!

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

The models shown in this installation guide may not be available in all markets and are subject to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in your country, please go to our website www.dcsappliances.com or contact your local DCS by Fisher & Paykel dealer.

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COMPONENTS LIST

Door panel fittings

– Included with standard appliance.

French door hanging bracket

(2)

Drawer hanging bracket

(1)

Side bracket

(10)

Side strap

(10)

M5 x 10 pan head

Phillips screw (10)

#8 x 16 mush washer screw (34)

M8 stud

(6)

M8 washer

(6)

M8 nut

(6)

Top cover

(4)

Side cover

(10)

Optional accessories

– The standard appliance does not include a door panel set.

DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets are available (Stainless steel door panels). To complete the integrated appliance for non-Water dispensing models the customer should supply their own custom door panel set.

Door handle (2)

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Non-Water dispensing French panels (2)

Drawer panel (1)

Model number: RD3672C

Non-Water dispensing French panel (1)

Ice & Water French panel (1)

Drawer panel (1)

Model number: RD3672CU

Drawer handle (1) M5 x 25 pan head socket screw

(12)

M5 x 14 Mush Phillips SS

(34)

Anti-tip bracket fittings

– Included with standard appliance.

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COMPONENTS LIST

Anti-tip bracket (1) #10 x 40 pan head

Phillips screw (4)

Product hardware

– Included with standard appliance.

Masonry plug (4)

Kickstrip filter

(1)

Kickstrip grille

(1)

Ice & Water fittings

– Included with standard appliance.

Power cord clip

(1)

Side trim bracket

(6)

Side trim

(2)

Collet locking key

(1)

Water filter cartridge (1)

Part number: 839041

Filter cartridge tool

(1)

External display module (1)

(included with RS36A72CU DCS standard appliance)

1/4” (6 mm) Adaptor (1)

(required for copper water tubing installation only)

Water fittings

– The standard appliance does not include water fittings. DCS by Fisher & Paykel water fittings are available (part number: 841301). These parts need to be purchased separately by the customer and comply with local regulations.

1/4” (6 mm)

Compression nut

(1)

1/4” (6 mm)

Compression sleeve

(1)

1/4” (6 mm) Tube insert

(1)

1/4” (6 mm) PEX tube

(1)

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B B

C C

F F

F F

F F

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PRODUCT AND CAVITY DIMENSIONS

J J G G

C

B

B

A A D D

3 1/2”

(89 mm)

A A

5/32”

(4 mm)

Framed: Finished return top and sides

Note: shows adjoining cabinetry not sharing 5/32” (4 mm) door gap

F

C

F

F

PLAN VIEW

F

Flush with front of cabinetry

J G

E E

B B

I I

H H

C C

F

F

FRONT VIEW PROFILE VIEW

CAVITY DIMENSIONS

A

Overall height of cavity

B

Overall width of cavity

(when adjoining cabinetry cannot share

5/32

” (4 mm) door gap)

C

Overall depth of cavity*

inches (mm)

72” (1829)

36” (914)

25” (635)

Total front panel width with required gaps at sides = 36” (914 mm). (Refer to custom door panel dimensions section – panel width + 2 x F cabinetry gaps).

* Assumes a door panel thickness of 3/4” (19 mm).

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RS36A72JC DCS model shown only.

When designing custom door panels, with non-Water dispensing models.

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

D

A

Overall height of product*

E

F

G

H

I

J

Overall width of product

Minimum cabinetry gap clearance from edge of custom panels**

Overall depth of product

(excluding front door panels)

Depth of toe kick

(measured from front of door panels

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)

Height of grille/toe kick*

A

Depth of product front panels

(excludes handles)

***

D inches (mm)

71 27/32” (1825)

35 1/32” (890)

5/32” (4)

23 3/4” (603)

2” (51)

5/8” – 3/4” (16 – 19)

* Includes mounted feet.

** Refer to custom door panel dimensions section.

E

I

*** Door panels to be manufactured and fitted by cabinetmaker, min. 5/8” (16 mm) - max. 3/4” (19 mm) thickness.

B

H

E

B

I

J

H

C

G

C

A

A

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PRODUCT AND CAVITY DIMENSIONS

C

B

115° DOOR OPENING

(FULL ROTATION)

115° DOOR OPENING

[FULL ROTATION]

DOOR CLEARANCE DIMENSIONS

A

Depth of door (widest opening) measured from front of cabinetry

B

Depth of drawer (open) measured from front of cabinetry*

C

Minimum door clearance** to adjacent wall*

(115° – full internal access)

*

D

Minimum door clearance** to adjacent wall*

(90° – reduced internal access)

*

* Does not include the custom door panels or handles to be manufactured and fitted by cabinetmaker.

** Measured from front cabinetry edge.

Wall

A

D

B

90° DOOR OPENING

Wall

A

90° DOOR OPENING

inches (mm)

17 5/16” (440)

15 3/4” (400)

11 13/16” (300)

3 13/16” (100)

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B B

C C

F F

A A

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PRODUCT AND CAVITY DIMENSIONS – WITH RD3672C DOOR PANEL SET

B

F F

F F

L L G G

C

B

K K

D D

J J

F

3 1/2”

(89 mm)

A A

5/32”

(4 mm)

Framed: Finished return top and sides

Note: shows adjoining cabinetry not sharing 5/32” (4 mm) door gap

C

F

F

PLAN VIEW

F

Flush with front of cabinetry

L G

E

B

E

B

FRONT VIEW

I I

H H

C C

PROFILE VIEW

CAVITY DIMENSIONS

A

Overall height of cavity

B

Overall width of cavity

(when adjoining cabinetry cannot share

5/32

” (4 mm) door gap)

C

Overall depth of cavity

inches (mm)

72” (1829)

36” (914)

25” (635)

Total front panel width with required gaps at sides = 36” (914 mm) (  E product width + 2 x F cabinetry gaps).

Height of front panels with required gap above = 72” (1829 mm) (  D product height + F cabinetry gap).

F

I

J

K

L

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

D

Overall height of product*

E

F

G

H

Minimum cabinetry gap clearance from edge of product

Overall depth of product

(excluding front door panels)

Depth of toe kick

(measured from front of door panels)

Height of grille/toe kick*

Height of bottom drawer panel

Height of top door panels

A

Depth of product front panels

(excludes handles)**

* Includes mounted feet.

(Ice & Water model).

E

I

B

K

F inches (mm)

71 27/32” (1825)

J

5/32” (4)

23 3/4” (603)

2” (51)

K

4” (102)

23 15/32” (596)

44 7/32” (1123)

D

3/4” (19)

J

H

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RD3672JC model shown with RD3672C door panel set.

E

B

I

L

H

C

G

C

A

A

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PRODUCT AND CAVITY DIMENSIONS – WITH RD3672C/RD3672CU DOOR PANEL SET

D

B C

115° DOOR OPENING

(FULL ROTATION)

115° DOOR OPENING

[FULL ROTATION]

DOOR CLEARANCE DIMENSIONS

A

Depth of door (widest opening) measured from front of door

B

Depth of drawer (open) measured from front of drawer, including handle

C

Depth of drawer (open) measured from front of drawer, excluding handle

D

Minimum door clearance to adjacent wall*

(115° – full internal access)

E

Minimum door clearance to adjacent wall*

(90° – reduced internal access)

* Measured from front cabinetry edge.

Wall

A B C

90° DOOR OPENING

Wall

90° DOOR OPENING

E

A inches (mm)

17 5/16” (440)

16 17/32” (420)

14 3/16” (360)

12 3/4” (324)

4 3/4” (121)

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C

A

B

C

10

F

3 1/2”

(89 mm)

5/32”

(4 mm)

Framed: Finished return top and sides

A

C

B

Electrical

Plumbing

Recommended area above cavity for connections

B

Electrical

Plumbing

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CAVITY PREPARATION

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F

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Floor

2 15/16”

(75 mm)

5 29/32”

(150 mm)

4 11/32”

(110 mm)

4 11/32”

(110 mm)

5 29/32”

(150 mm)

Alternative electrical connection location

5 3/32”

(129 mm)

REAR VIEW OF CAVITY

31 1/2” (800 mm)

CAVITY DIMENSIONS

A

Overall height of cavity

B

C

Overall width of cavity

(when adjoining cabinetry cannot share

5/32

” (4 mm) door gap)

Overall depth of cavity

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inches (mm)

72” (1829)

36” (914)

25” (635)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Supply

Service

RS36A72JC DCS

115VAC, 60 Hz

10 amp circuit

RS36A72CU DCS

115VAC, 60 Hz

10 amp circuit

PLUMBING SPECIFICATIONS

Supply

Pressure

1/4” (6 mm) PEX hose or Copper tubing*

Minimum 22 psi (150 kPa)

Maximum 120 psi (827 kPa) @ 20°C

Note: recommended that the electrical and water connection be located above the fridge cavity. Optional to locate in an adjacent cabinet to either side of the fridge.

Do not locate water or electricity in this area, keep clear of connections.

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*  Water fittings kit – The standard appliance does not include water fittings. Standard DCS by Fisher & Paykel water fittings kit are available (part number: 841301). These parts need to be purchased separately by the customer and comply with local regulations.

A

K

D

J

A

E

B

I

H

C

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MAXIMUM DISTANCE OF POWER CORD

Power cord (excl. plug) – 31 1/2” (800 mm)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Supply

Service

PLUMBING SPECIFICATIONS

Supply

Pressure

RS36A72JC DCS

115VAC, 60 Hz

10 amp circuit

RS36A72CU DCS

115VAC, 60 Hz

10 amp circuit

1/4” (6 mm) PEX hose or Copper tubing*

Minimum 22 psi (150 kPa)

Maximum 120 psi (827 kPa) @ 20°C

LEFT HAND SIDE

Power cord (excl. plug) – 80 23/32” (2050 mm)

RIGHT HAND SIDE

Power cord (excl. plug) – 80  23/32” (2050 mm)

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CUSTOM DOOR PANEL DIMENSIONS

A

B

C

B

C

A

H g

H

F

F

D g

ISO VIEW

D

RS36A72JC DCS model shown only.

When designing custom door panels, with non-Water dispensing models.

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A g

A g

E

D

PROFILE VIEW

E

D

DIMENSIONS

A

Height of top door panel

PROFILE VIEW

B

Width of top door panel

C

Gap between top door panels

D

E

F

G

H

Height of bottom drawer panel

Height from bottom of product to top of bottom drawer panel

Width of bottom drawer panel

PROFILE VIEW

Depth of custom panels

Maximum weight of an individual top door panel

Maximum weight of bottom drawer panel

Custom door panels and handles to be manufactured and fitted by cabinetmaker.

RS36A72JC DCS inches (mm)

44 7/32” (1123)

17 3/4” (451)

5/32” (4)

23 15/32” (596)

27 15/32” (698)

35 21/32” (906)

5/32” (4) min. 5/8 - max. 3/4” (16-19)

22 pounds (10 kg)

21 pounds (9.5 kg)

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CUSTOM DOOR PANEL DIMENSIONS

The drawings below apply to non-Water dispensing models only. Dimensions are shown in Imperial (inches) and apply for the preparation and installation of custom door panels.

For Dwg and Dxf files of the below panel preparation download the folder on http://www.dcsappliances.com/designers-architects/

15 7/16

2 5/32

Ø  3/32 REF

12x Pilot holes recommended for bracket attachment.

(Do not penetrate front surface).

Ensure handle is mounted

2 9/16” from inner edge of panel to the center – this will avoid interference with brackets.

All measurements to be made from inner bottom corner.

For the second panel mirror and repeat dimensions using inner bottom corner as the reference point.

1 3/8

16 5/16

TOP PANEL – REAR VIEW

4 31/32

6 15/16

24 15/16

26 29/32

38 5/8

40

21 11/32

19 3/8

3 7/16 1 5/32

15 5/32

5 1/32

Ø 3/32 REF

10x Pilot holes recommended for bracket attachment.

(Do not penetrate front surface).

All measurements to be made from top and centerline.

16 3/8

Ensure handle screw heads are counter sunk into back of panel to avoid interfering with hanging bracket.

BOTTOM PANEL – REAR VIEW

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IMPORTANT!

Before installing your appliance, ensure the dimensions of the finished enclosure are correct for your appliance following the ‘Product and cavity dimensions’ section.

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ATTACH SIDE TRIM BRACKETS

A

3/4” (19 mm)

~

4” (100 mm)

~

35” (900 mm)

~

4” (100 mm)

3/4” (19 mm)

Discard

1

Break off the datum lip to each side trim bracket and discard.

Repeat for all side trim brackets x6.

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2

On one side of the finished enclosure, starting from the top, measure 3/4’’ (19 mm) from the front cabinetry edge towards the back with the side trim bracket (refer to

A

).

Mark side trim bracket screw locations for the top, center and bottom of the finished enclosure.

Repeat on the right side of the finished enclosure.

3

Fix side trim brackets to the side of one enclosure with screws x2 (#8 x 16 pan head Phillips screw).

Ensure screws hold tight.

Repeat for remaining side trim brackets.

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ATTACH ANTI-TIP BRACKET

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IMPORTANT!

Safety requires refrigerators be stable when doors and/or drawer, are open. An anti-tip bracket and fittings supplied must be fitted to the wall of the finished enclosure to withstand a 220.5 pound (100 kg) load. This will prevent the possibility of the appliance tipping forward, when doors and/or drawer, are open.

When fastening with masonry plugs and/or screws:

Ensure the screws avoid electrical, gas and water conduits.

Ensure the surface the bracket is fastened to withstand a 220.5 pound (100 kg) load.

Ensure light-weight masonry material such as cinder block and new concrete (no curing time) are not used in installation.

Do not use metallic materials that may corrode, stain and/or damage the enclosure.

Wooden/plaster board wall installation

1

Project the end of the above finished enclosure to the center of the back wall and subtract 1 1/4” (31 mm). This will locate the contact surface between the bracket and the appliance (refer to A ).

Ensure a structural beam/wall stud closest to the center of the wall enclosure is located.

Solid wall installation

1

Project the end of the above finished enclosure to the center of the back wall and subtract 1 1/4” (31 mm).

This will locate the contact surface between the bracket and the appliance (refer to A ).

Spacer installation

If a minimum 2 3/8” (60 mm) overlap cannot be achieved we recommend fastening a solid spacer (wooden beam etc) behind the bracket.

1

Ensure the length of the spacer corresponds to the enclosure’s width. Always secure the spacer to existing studs on the enclosure wall (refer to

C

).

1 1/4” (31 mm)

A

2 3/8” min.

(60 mm) overlap

Bracket

PROFILE VIEW

2

Fix bracket to the wall with screws x4 (#10 x 40 pan head

Phillips screw). Ensure screws hold tight and the bracket overlaps the appliance when it is positioned (2 3/8” min.

(60 mm)) for a secure hold.

1 1/4” (31 mm)

1 1/4” (31 mm)

2 3/8” min.

(60 mm) overlap

A

2 3/8” min.

(60 mm) overlap

C

Spacer

Bracket

Bracket

PROFILE VIEW

2

Mark screw locations to drill Ø 1/4” x 1 3/8” (Ø6.0 mm x 35 mm) deep holes. Hammer masonry plugs into the wall until flush x4. Fix bracket to the wall with screws x4 (#10 x 40 pan head Phillips screws). Ensure screws hold tight.

PROFILE VIEW

2

Fix bracket to the spacer with screws x4 (#10 x 40 pan head Phillips screws). Ensure screws hold tight and the bracket overlaps the appliance when it is positioned

(2 3/8” min. (60 mm)) for a secure hold.

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CONNECT TO WATER SUPPLY

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IMPORTANT!

The water connection to your Ice & Water refrigerator must be installed by a qualified plumber or a DCS by Fisher & Paykel Authorized Service Agent.

The water connection instructions below are intended only for the professional installer.

The standard appliance does not include water fittings. DCS by Fisher & Paykel water fittings are available (part number: 841301). These parts need to be purchased separately by the customer and comply with local regulations.

New water fittings (hose-sets) are to be used on the appliance. Old water fittings

(hose-sets) should not be reused.

DO NOT use water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system.

WARNING – connect to potable water supply only.

DO NOT install on line pressure above 120 psi (827 kPa) or below 22 psi (150 kPa).

DO NOT use on hot water supply (100°F [38°C max.]).

AVOID contamination of pipes during installation.

The assembly of DCS by Fisher & Paykel water fittings are outlined below, other water fittings purchased separately also follow the installation steps below:

1 water connection – cold water supply only. Tee and faucet fitting not supplied. Ensure there is enough tubing for the water connection and to pull the appliance out for service, if required.

2

Position the appliance 1.5 – 2 ft. (450 – 600 mm) in front of the finished enclosure

(refer to

A

). This will allow access behind the appliance for water and power connections.

3

At the back of the appliance, uncoil the 1/4” (6 mm) water tubing and thread one end through the opening into the rear cover until it exits the front.

A

Rear view

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CONNECT TO WATER SUPPLY

Pex tube installation

1

Firmly insert water tubing into the PLV (refer to A ). The tube should push in at least 5/8”

(16 mm) before reaching the stop. Once inserted, pull gently on tubing to ensure it is locked In. Secure the connection by attaching the locking key in between the PLV and water tubing (refer to B ).

Note: dislodge the PLV from the clips, if required.

Copper tube installation

1

At the front of the appliance, assemble the compression fittings onto the end of the tube as shown below.

Adapter Insert tube Compression sleeve

Compression nut

Water tube

A

B

Final water tube connection

2

At the back of the appliance, cut the water tube to a suitable length for connecting to the water outlet. Ensure there is enough tubing to pull the appliance out for service, if required.

Assemble the compression fittings onto the other end of the water tube as shown below.

2

Firmly insert the tube end of the adapter into the PLV, until the end is no longer visible.

Once inserted, pull gently on tubing to ensure it is locked in (refer to

A

).

Note: dislodge the PLV from the clips, if required.

Insert tube Compression sleeve

Compression nut

Water tube

A

Final water tube connection

3

Fasten the faucet connection to the cold water supply. Take care not to over-tighten the faucet connection. Turn isolating faucet on and check that all connections are dry and free of drips.

3

At the back of the appliance, cut the water tube to a suitable length for connecting to the water outlet. Ensure there is enough tubing to pull the appliance out for service, if required.

Connect the same compression fittings as shown in step 1 (without adaptor) onto the end of the tube.

4

Fasten the faucet connection to the cold water supply. Take care not to over-tighten the faucet connection. Turn isolating faucet on and check that all connections are dry and free of drips.

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CONNECT TO ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

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IMPORTANT!

Ensure water tubing is routed away from any sharp objects, sharp corners (beware of kinking the tube as this will stop water flow), and not in a location where it can be kinked or squashed.

Ensure a firm contact is observed as the appliance engages the anti-tip bracket, 2 ⅜” min.

(60 mm) overlap.

1

At the back of your appliance adhere the power cord clip (refer to

A

).

2

Connect the appliance to the electrical supply (115 VAC, 60 Hz) with the fitted plug and lead, and turn on. Ensure the appliance is connected to its own isolating switch.

3

Ensure excess power cord length is secured onto the clip (refer to

B

). When pushing the appliance into position, take care not to roll over or damage the power cord and/or water tubing.

A

B

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L

180

O

L

180

O

L

180

C

O

1

Carefully open the refrigerator French doors and remove the left hinge end cap.

Hold onto the corner of the end cap, firmly push to the right to disengage securing hook and pull down (refer to

A

).

2

Pull cap gently towards the left hinge to remove

(refer to

B

).

Reserve end hinge cap for later installation.

A

B

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PRODUCT PREPARATION

4

Secure M8 studs into the refrigerator doors, ensure the open end faces the top.

Repeat on all refrigerator doors.

C

3

Remove the right hinge end cap. Press on the center of the cap and push towards the right hinge to remove.

Reserve end hinge cap for later installation.

5

Secure mid-way,

M5 x 10 pan head

Phillips screw into the refrigerator doors.

Repeat on all refrigerator doors.

P

19

C

P

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LEVEL YOUR PRODUCT

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It is important that all four corners of the product is supported firmly onto the floor to eliminate any movement.

Installing the appliance on a soft, uneven, or not level floor may result in twisting of the product and poor door sealing.

Raise the product using an 7/16” (11 mm) hex socket or 3/16” (4 mm) hex Allen key. One turn of height adjusting nuts is equivalent to 1/16” (1 mm) height travel.

Note: maximum travel 13/16” (20 mm).

1

Level the front of the product until it is flush with adjacent walls. Turn clockwise to raise roller or counter-clockwise to lower roller.

Repeat on opposite side.

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ATTACH SIDE TRIMS

1

Left side trim

Ensure the shorter side trim lip is facing the top of the product (refer to A ).

Insert the trim into the gap between the left side of the appliance and enclosure with the lip facing out.

A

B

2

Raise the rear of the product until the refrigerator doors are flush with the front face of adjacent walls. Turn clockwise to raise roller or counter-clockwise to lower roller.

Repeat on opposite side.

Gently push the front of the product to check the stability, and ensure side gaps are even with enclosure.

2

Right side trim

Ensure the shorter side trim lip is facing the top of the product (refer to

B

).

Insert the trim into the gap between the right side of the appliance and enclosure with the lip facing out.

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ASSEMBLE DOOR PANEL SET

The assembly of DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets (Stainless steel door panels) and custom door panel sets are outlined below.

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, only remove the protective film for handle installation. This will protect the finish of the door panels until installation is complete.

French door panels

1

Mounting handle

(refer to A )

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, remove the plastic plugs from the handle holes x4. Align the handle to the holes and secure with screw handle x4 (M5 x 25 pan head socket screws).

For custom panels, ensure handle is secured

2 9/16” (65 mm) from the inner edge of the panel to the center – this will avoid interference with bracket installation.

B

Drawer door panel

4

Mounting handle

(refer to

D

)

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, remove the plastic plugs from the handle holes x4. Align the handle to the holes and secure with screw handle x4

(M5 x 25 pan head socket screws).

For custom panels, ensure handle screw heads are counter sunk into the back of the panel to avoid interference with hanging bracket.

D

A

2

Hanging bracket

(refer to B )

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, align the bracket to the holes and secure with screws x4

(M5 x 14 Mush Phillips SS).

For custom panels, secure bracket with screws x4

(#8 x 16 Mush washer screws).

5

Hanging bracket

(refer to E )

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, align the bracket to the holes and secure with screws x6 (M5 x 14 Mush

Phillips SS).

For custom panels, secure bracket with screws x6 (#8 x 16 Mush washer screws).

E

3

Side brackets and straps

(refer to

C

)

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, align bracket and strap to the holes on the side of the panel and secure with screws x2 (M5 x 14

Mush Phillips SS).

For custom panels, secure bracket with screws x2 (#8 x 16

Mush washer screws).

Repeat this process for all brackets and straps, and remaining

French door panel.

C

6

Side brackets and straps

(refer to

F

)

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, align bracket and strap to the holes on the side of the panel and secure with screws x2 (M5 x 14 Mush

Phillips SS).

For custom panels, secure bracket with screws x2 (#8 x 16 Mush washer screws).

Repeat this process for all brackets and straps.

F

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1

Remove the external display module from inside the product.

Thread the display harness through the door panel cavity.

Ensure the grommet is engaged.

2

Angle top display tabs into the door panel. Ensure the harness is free of pinching. Firmly push against bottom display tabs and insert into the door panel until you feel it clip securely.

Ensure the display is flush with the door panel.

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HANGING ICE & WATER DOOR PANEL

5

Connect the display harness onto the refrigerator door by firmly inserting until you feel it clip securely

(refer to B ).

On the external display, enable the dispenser lock, this will help prevent any water from dispensing during water connection. To lock, press the button for 4 seconds.

The LED above the button will illuminate.

B

A

3

Remove water tube from holder on the refrigerator door.

4

Hang door panel onto M8 studs.

Ensure the panel is free to pivot for water connections (refer to

A

).

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6

Firmly push the water tube into the spigot behind the door panel until the marked line is not visible. Ensure the water tube is routed away from any sharp objects, sharp corners, and not in a location where it can be kinked or squashed when the door panel is secured, (as this will stop water flow).

To secure door panel, follow the instructions in the next section: ‘Hanging non-Water dispensing door panels’.

1

Hang all door panels onto M8 studs and align the side bracket forks onto the refrigerator door.

Ensure the forks are positioned around the body of the side screw

(M5 x 10 pan head Phillips screw).

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HANGING NON-WATER DISPENSING DOOR PANELS

3

Once satisfied with all door panels, secure M8 studs with M8 washer and M8 nut. The top of the stud must remain below the top face of the door panel.

2

All door panels have full axis adjustment to ensure they are flush with adjacent walls, or until satisfactory. To adjust the height of each panel turn clockwise to raise stud or counter-clockwise to lower stud.

4

Secure side bracket forks by tightening side screws.

Repeat this process for all door panels. Ensure all door panels are flush with adjacent walls, adjust accordingly or until satisfactory.

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L

180

O

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TOP TRIM AND HINGE END CAPS

1

L

180

Secure the top trim to the ceiling of the enclosure with screw x1 (#8 x 16 mush washer screw).

Repeat this process on the opposite side.

O

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INSTALL WATER FILTER CARTRIDGE

IMPORTANT!

The water filter head must be firmly pushed into the product and secured, incorrect installation can lead to water leaks.

1

C

Remove the red protective cap on the spigot head and align the filter cartridge tool over the filter handle.

P

2

Pull the freezer drawer out slightly and insert the filter cartridge and tool into the bottom left of the product. Firmly push the cartridge in until the filter head cannot be pushed any further (refer to A ).

3

Turn 90° clockwise to tighten. Remove filter cartridge tool and close freezer drawer.

A

2

Replace the left hinge end cap. Align hinge cap to the product, press and firmly slide the cap to the right

(refer to A ).

Hold onto the corner of the end cap, firmly push up and to the left to engage securing hook. Ensure cap is flush with the product.

3

Replace right hinge end cap. Align hinge cap to product, press and firmly slide the cap to the left

(refer to

B

). Ensure cap is flush with the product.

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B

A

Filter cartridge in the locked position

1

To stabilize the product, lower the front feet. Turn clockwise to lower feet.

Repeat on the opposite side.

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ATTACH COVERS AND KICKSTRIPS

4

For DCS by Fisher & Paykel door panel sets, remove any remaining protective film from all door panels.

2

Kickstrip filter

Remove filter from inside the product.

Fit the filter onto the rails and push to the rear until it clips securely.

5

Open the refrigerator French doors to conceal the outer top studs using top covers.

Firmly push top cover over top door studs.

Repeat this process for the freezer drawer.

3

Kickstrip grille

Align clips on the back of the grille with openings on front face of plinths. Push grille firmly onto product until it clips securely.

6

Open the refrigerator French doors to conceal the side screws using side covers.

Firmly push side cover over side screws.

Repeat this process for the freezer drawer.

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TO BE COMPLETED BY THE INSTALLER

All models

Check all parts are installed.

Ensure the product is level.

Ensure the product is securely fastened to the cabinetry with the supplied anti-tip bracket and fittings.

Ensure the doors/drawer can open and close freely with no resistance from surrounding cabinetry.

Ensure all internal and external packaging is removed from the appliance before use.

Ensure change filter icon is enabled. This will remind you when the filter next needs replacing. Press and hold , and for 4 seconds on the internal control panel.

Ensure a manual ice maker cycle has been forced. Press and hold , and for 4 seconds on the internal control panel, then close the refrigerator compartment door. The ice tray will flip twice. Empty the water from the bin, then dry and replace.

Ensure ice maker is turned on. Press button once on the internal control panel. This light above the button will illuminate indicating ice maker is on.

Please discard the first 24 hours of ice harvest.

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FINAL CHECKLIST

Ice & Water models only

Ensure the water filtration system has been flushed.

● ●

● ●

● ●

To flush the water filtration system

When using your water dispenser for the first time, run the dispenser pad until water dispenses, this will displace trapped air in the water tank and filter system. This will take at least 2 minutes. Once water has dispensed, rest the dispenser pad for 2 minutes.

Dispense and discard 4 qt (4 L) of water, then rest the dispenser pad for a further

2 minutes, repeat process.

Failure to do this will result in excessive dripping from your water dispenser.

IMPORTANT!

DO NOT continuously dispense water for longer than 2 minutes at a time.

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Complete and keep for safe reference:

Model

Serial No.

Purchase Date

Purchaser

Dealer Address

Installer’s Name

Installer’s Signature

Installation Company

Installation Date

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Copyright © Dynamic Cooking System, Inc 2015. All rights reserved.

The product specifications in this booklet apply to the specific products and models described at the date of issue. Under our policy of continuous product improvement, these specifications may change at any time. You should therefore check with your Dealer to ensure this booklet correctly describes the product currently available.

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