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Carrier Miracool Owner`s manual
OWNER’S MANUAL
MIRACOOL™ GLASS DOOR MERCHANDISER
2000L
Sales Office:
P.O. Box 5932
Spartanburg, S.C. 29304-5932
Technical Service: 1-800-558-7627
Parts Order Fax: 1-800-262-9381
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue,or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Printed in Mexico
10-06
79BC560010-01_C
CONTENTS
GENERAL
Page
These instructions cover the installation,
operation, and maintenance of Carrier Miracool™
series glass door merchandiser units, size 2000L.
GENERAL.........................................................2
UNIT INSPECTION ...........................................2
UNIT INSPECTION
INSTALLATION .............................................2-5
Examine all packages for damage to packaging
material. Damage to external packaging may have
resulted in unit damage. Check packages for all
accessories and components, including legs,
casters, and shelves. File a claim immediately
with the shipping company if shipment is
damaged or incomplete.
LOCATE UNIT..............................................2
LEVEL .........................................................4
INSTALL SHELVES .....................................5
CONDENSATE DISPOSAL ..........................5
START-UP .....................................................6-7
PRELIMINARY CHECKS..............................6
INSTALLATION
INITIAL START-UP.......................................7
LOCATE UNIT
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM SERVICE ........8-11
Refer to Figure 1 for unit components. Units are
designed for indoor placement only. Provide at
least 3 inches of space between unit cabinet and
any adjacent wall or fixture.
COMPONENTS............................................8
SERVICE AND TROUBLESHOOTING ....8-11
MAINTENANCE ......................................... 12-13
Remove skid base by removing the retaining
screws (8 hex head bolt screws). Refer to Figure
2 to remove the front grille and gain access to skid
retaining screws. If optional casters will be used,
unit must be located on flat, level surface. Refer to
Table 1 for a list of standard parts.
LAMP REPLACEMENT .............................. 12
CONDENSATE REMOVAL......................... 12
CONDENSER/EVAPORATOR ................... 12
CABINET EXTERIOR................................. 12
INTERIOR SURFACE................................. 12
TABLE 1 – STANDARD PARTS
PART
FACTORY
INSTALLED
FIELD INSTALLED
QUANTITY
Shelves
X
15
Shelf Clips
X
60
-
1
Instruction Manual
-
Leveling Feet
X
4
Lamps
X
4
Note: Parts shown are for standard units. Quantity of shelves and clips may vary based on factory-supplied options.
2
FIGURE 1 - MIRACOOL™ BOTTLE COOLER UNIT COMPONENTS (MC2000H SHOWN)
3
LEVEL UNIT
To provide adequate condensate drainage and
proper door alignment and operation of unit, the
unit cabinet must be level. Leveling feet are
factory installed. Remove the front grille to gain
access to front and back feet.
TO GAIN ACCESS TO LEVELING
FEET
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
1.
After disconnecting the unit from the power
supply, remove the grille retaining screw
located in the upper-most part of the grille.
(See Figure 2)
2.
Lift the grille up and away from the unit.
3.
Unplug the power supply cord located at the
bottom of the cabinet. (See Figure 3)
FIGURE 3 – DISCONNECT SERVICE CORD
TO LEVEL UNIT
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
Swing Doors- The door is equipped with gravity
assisted cams and will not function properly
without proper leveling of cabinet. Adjust feet
using adjustable wrench so that unit sits
approximately level to floor and doors close
properly. For best door operation, adjust leveling
feet so that cabinet has a 1/16-in. rake or slant from
front to back. Optional casters are available to
replace leveling feet.
Sliding Doors- The door will not function properly
without proper leveling of cabinet. Adjust feet
using adjustable wrench so that unit sits
approximately level to floor and doors close
properly.
NOTE: If casters are not used, local codes may
require cabinet to be sealed around the perimeter
of the cabinet base. Consult local sanitation codes.
Use only sealant material approved for this use,
such as Dow Corning #732.
FIGURE 2 – REMOVE FRONT GRILLE
4
INSTALL SHELVES
Product shelves and a bag containing shelf
support clips are packed inside the unit. Refer to
Table 1 to verify quantity of shelves and shelf
supporting clips. Bottom shelf must be placed on
interior floor and should be inserted into the two
retainer clips provided at the rear corners or the
unit floor.
U WARNING
Improper shelf clip installation may cause shelf
and/or product to fall which could result in
personal injury or damage to the unit.
U WARNING
Do not overload the shelves. The unit is designed
to use all the shelves provided, installed in
equally spaced configuration. Failure to install
shelves correctly could result in personal injury or
damage to the unit. If fewer shelves or a different
installation configuration is desired, contact the
manufacturer to ensure that shelf overloading will
no occur.
TO INSTALL SHELVES
1.
Determine proper location for shelf clips.
Refer to the numbers on the pilaster to
ensure that all clips are properly located.
2.
Insert top tab of the shelf clip into the
desired hole of the pilaster. The retaining
tab should be facing upward as shown in
Figure 4.
3.
Rotate the clip downward and insert the
bottom tab into the appropriate hole on the
pilaster. If necessary, squeeze the clip
slightly during installation.
4.
Install all remaining clips as described
above.
5.
Install shelves onto clips so that the product
retention bar is facing upward. Be careful
not to dislodge clips during shelf installation.
6.
Shelves must be placed so that the retaining
tab on the shelf captures the shelf as shown
in Figure 5.
7.
FIGURE 4 – SHELF CLIP INSTALLATION
FIGURE 5 – PROPER INSTALLATION OF
SHELF ON CLIP
CONDENSATE DISPOSAL
The evaporator drain pan is located in the base of
the product. Airflow in compartment hastens
condensate evaporation so that external drain
plumbing is not required.
Before loading the shelf, ensure that the
shelf is resting on each of 4 clips and that
the clip are installed as shown in Figures 4
and 5.
5
START-UP
PRELIMINARY CHECKS
BI-PIN
FLUORESCENT
LAMP
INSTALLATION / VERIFICATION
Before applying power to the unit, verify that all
lamps have been properly installed and are fully
engaged in the lamp holders. There are 2 lamps
in the signboard and 2 inside the cooler.
U CAUTION
Improperly installed lamps may cause damage to
the lighting circuit. Carrier will not be responsible
for equipment of component falilures or other
damages or losses that arise as a result of
improper lamp installation.
Properly installed lamp
with
shield.
Requires
manual verification that
lamp has been rotated
and locked into place.
To achieve proper lamp engagement, rotate the
lamp 90 degrees from its insertion position until it
snaps or clicks into place.
Improperly installed lamp
with shield. Note that pins
have not achieved full 90°
rotation.
FIGURE 7- CHECK INSTALLATION OF LAMP
WITH SHIELD.
On units without safety shields, visually verify
proper lamp installation by checking the
identification mark on the end of the bulb. If the
bulb has been properly installed, the mark will be
centered between the “halves” of the lamp holder.
Refer to Figure 6.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY AND
CONNECTIONS
Check to be sure that the electrical service to the
unit meets all local and national electrical codes.
Unit electrical data is shown in the unit data label,
located on the inside of the cabinet in the upper
lefthand corner.
On units with safety shields, the identification
mark cannot be seen (See Figure 7). Verify
manually that the lamp has been rotated and
locked into place.
Review this label before initiating electrical service.
Voltage range of power supply to unit should be
105 to 125 volts. Refer to Table 2 for unit data.
NOTE: Other motors or heavy appliances should
not be used on the same circuit with the cooler.
See Figure 1 for location of service cord.
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
U CAUTION
If an extension cord is necessary, use only three
wire grounding type. The use of ungrounded
cords or overloaded circuit voids compressor
warranty.
BI-PIN
LAMP
END
IDENTIFICATION MARK
Properly installed lamp without
shield. Verify identification
mark is positioned as shown.
FIGURE 6 – CHECK INSTALLATION OF LAMP
WITHOUT SAFETY SHIELD.
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TABLE 2 – UNIT DATA
UNIT
Voltage (V)
Nominal
Range
Frequency (Hz)
Total Amps
Refrigerant Type
Charge Amount (oz)
Design Pressure (psig)
High Side
Low Side
MC2000H /
MC2000S
115
105-125
60
11.3
R-134A
19.4
220
88
INITIAL START-UP
POWER SUPPLY
Connect unit to power supply. Check to verify that
the compressor, lamp and fans are running.
Important: Low line voltage is often the cause of
service complaints. Check to see that the line
voltage is within specified range with the unit
running.
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL KNOB
FIGURE 8 – TEMPERATURE CONTROL KNOB
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
The temperature control knob is located inside the
cabinet in the motors panel. See Figure 8. Unit is
factory set at the number 4 position (normal),
which will maintain the product at approximately
38F. For colder temperature, turn the black
adjustment knob to a higher setting. Adjust
temperature control in small increments, one
position at a time.
U CAUTION
Allow 24 hours between temperature control
adjustments.
Excessive
tampering
with
temperature control could lead to service
difficulties.
NOTE: For operation above 3,000-ft altitude,
thermostat should be adjusted by a qualified
service technician.
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REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM SERVICE
SERVICE AND
TROUBLESHOOTING
COMPONENTS
The Carrier Miracool™ refrigeration system
consists of a hermetically sealed compressor and
finned evaporator and condenser coils.
CONDENSER
DRIER
The drier is installed in the system just before the
capillary tube. The drier traps minute particles of
foreign material and absorbs any moisture in the
system.
1.
After disconnecting the unit from the power
supply, remove the grille retaining screw
located in the upper-most part of the grille.
(See Figure 2)
2.
Lift the grille up and away from the unit.
3.
Unplug the power supply cord located at the
bottom of the cabinet. (See Figure 3)
4.
Remove the 2 hex-head screws that hold
the condensing unit base to the cabinet
main rails. (See figure 9)
5.
Push the condensing unit base to gain
access to the refrigeration system
components.
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
The condenser fan motor assembly is mounted
between the condenser and the compressor. Air is
drawn through the condenser, over the body of
the compressor and out the rear of the unit
compartment. The motor is wired to cycle with the
compressor but will continue to operate should the
compressor cut out on the overload. (The motor is
permanently lubricated; therefore, oiling is not
required.)
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
The condenser has wide finned spaces, which
allow more air passage with less dirt or dust
accumulation. The condenser still requires
periodic cleaning for maximum efficiency.
CONDENSING UNIT SERVICING
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
LIQUID CONTROL AND HEAT
EXCHANGER
Liquid refrigerant control to the evaporator of the
system is accomplished by the use of a capillary
tube. This capillary tube is soldered to the suction
line to form a heat exchanger, which subcools the
liquid refrigerant to maintain high efficiency within
the system.
FIGURE 9 – RELEASE COND. UNIT BASE
8
EVAPORATOR COMPARTMENT
SERVICING
EVACUATION
Moisture in a refrigeration system may affect
performance.
U DANGER
When large amounts of moisture are present,
system freeze ups will occur. Even in minute
amounts, moisture will combine with refrigerants
to form an acid.
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
The corrosive action of this acid forms sludge,
which will plug the lines and drier.
1.
After disconnecting the unit from the power
supply, remove the grille retaining screw
located in the upper-most part of the grille.
(See Figure 2)
2.
Lift the grille up and away from the unit.
3.
Unplug the power supply cord located at the
bottom of the cabinet. (See Figure 3)
4.
Remove the 4 philips screws that hold the
evaporator cover. (See Figure 10)
5.
Hold the cover until it is completely loose
and hanged by the supporting pins. (See
Figure 11).
Since most field type vacuum pumps cannot pull a
low enough vacuum to remove all moisture from
the system, it is recommended that the system be
triple evacuated, breaking each time with dry
refrigerant nitrogen. Use care to purge air from the
charging hose when breaking the vacuum.
CHARGING REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM
Refer to Table 2 for refrigerant type and amount of
charge. Since capillary tube systems have small
critical refrigerant charges, it is recommended that
a field charge either be weighed in or transferred
from a portable charging cylinder. After maximum
vacuum has been obtained as detailed above,
attach charging cylinder to the system line making
sure to purge air from hose with refrigerant. With
the unit running, allow refrigerant to run slowly into
the system until the desired charge is reached.
When using refrigerant blends it is recommended
to charge into the high side of the system with the
initial charge and then add any remaining charge
into the suction side; however, care must be taken
to meter the remaining amount into the low side
so that excess liquid does not enter the
compressor.
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Refer to Table 3 and Figure 12.
FIGURE 10 – RELEASE EVAPORATOR COVER
FIGURE 11 – EVAPORATOR COVER SUPPORT
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TABLE 3 – REFRIGERATION SYSTEM SERVICE AND ANALYSIS CHART
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
MALFUNCTION
Compressor will not start
- no hum -
Compressor will not start
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Line cord not plugged in.
2. Fuse removed or blown.
3. Overload protector tripped.
4. Temp control stuck in open position.
5. Wiring improper or loose.
1. Low voltage to unit.
2. Relay failing to close
- hums but trips on overload
protector.
Compressor starts but does not
switch off of start winding.
3. Starting capacitor defective.
4. Improperly wired.
1. Low voltage to unit.
2. Relay failing to open.
3. Run capacitor defective.
4. Compressor mounting winding is open or
shorted.
1. Additional current passing through overload
protector.
Compressor starts and
runs, but short cycles on
overload protector.
2. Low voltage to unit.
3. Overload protector defective.
4. Run capacitor defective.
5. Excessive discharge pressure.
6. Compressor too hot - return gas hot.
Unit runs OK, but short
cycles.
Unit operates long or
continuously.
Start capacitor open, shorted or
blown.
Run capacitor open, shorted
or blown
Relay defective or burned out
Space temperature too high
Cooler freezing beverage
Unit noisy
1. Overload protector.
2. Cold control.
3. Overcharge.
4. Air in system.
5. Undercharge.
1. Dirty condenser.
2. Shortage of refrigerant.
3. Temperature control contacts stuck or frozen.
4. Evaporator coil iced.
5. Restriction in refrigeration system.
1. Relay contacts not opening properly.
2. Low voltage to unit.
3. Improper relay.
1. Improper capacitor.
2. Excessively high line voltage (110% of rated
max).
1. Incorrect relay.
2. Line voltage too high or too low.
3. Relay being influenced by loose vibrating
mounting.
1. Control setting too high.
2. Overcharged with refrigerant.
3. Inadequate air circulation.
1. Temperature control
1. Loose parts or mountings.
2. Tubing rattles.
3. Bent fan blade causing vibration.
4. Fan motor bearings worn.
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SOLUTION
1. Plug in the cord.
2. Replace fuse.
3. Refer to electrical section.
4. Repair or replace temp control.
5. Check wiring against diagram.
1. Determine reason and correct.
2. Determine reason and correct, replace if
necessary.
3. Determine reason and replace.
4. Check wiring against diagram.
1. Determine reason and correct.
2. Determine reason and correct, replace if
necessary.
3. Determine reason and replace.
4. Determine cause, correct, and replace
compressor.
1. Check wiring diagram. Check for added fan
motors, pumps, etc. connected to wrong side of
protector.
2. Determine reason and correct.
3. Check current, replace protector.
4. Determine reason and replace.
5. Check ventilation, restrictions in cooling medium,
restrictions in refrigeration system.
6. Check refrigerant charge (fix leak if necessary).
Check airflow across condenser.
1. Check wiring diagram for correct wiring.
2. Differential set too close.
3. Reduce refrigerant charge.
4. Recover and recharge.
5. Fix leak and recharge with refrigerant.
1. Clean condenser.
2. Fix leak, add charge, correct charge.
3. Replace temperature control.
4. Defrost.
5. Determine location and remove.
1. Replace relay.
2. Determine reason and correct.
3. Replace.
1. Determine correct size and replace.
2. Determine reason and correct.
1. Check and replace.
2. Determine reason and replace.
3. Remount rigidly.
1. Reset control.
2. Recover refrigerant and recharge with proper
charge specified on data plate.
3. Improve air movement.
1. Reset control.
1. Find and tighten.
2. Reform to be free of contact.
3. Replace blade.
4. Replace motor.
FIGURE 12 – WIRING DIAGRAM
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MAINTENANCE
CABINET EXTERIOR
LAMP REPLACEMENT
Cabinets should be cleaned with a solution of mild
soap and water or mild household cleaner. Do not
use caustic soap or abrasive cleaners, since
these might damage the cabinet finish. If stainless
steel surface becomes discolored, scrub by
rubbing only in direction of the finish grain. Do not
use steel wool or rusting may occur. Refer to
Table 4.
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
Remove lamp by rotating lamp 90 degrees to
align lamp pins with holder slots. Refer to Bi-Pin
Fluorescent Lamp Installation / Verification section
on page 5.
INTERIOR SURFACE
The inside of the cabinet is coated with baked-on
epoxy. To clean, use a mild soap and water
solution or mild household cleaner.
CONDENSATE REMOVAL
EVAPORATOR HOUSING
The evaporator drain pan is located in the base of
the condensing unit. The evaporator pan should
be cleaned periodically to prevent odors and
maintain evaporating efficiency. The pan contains
wicks to assist evaporation and should be
replaced periodically.
U DANGER
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
CONDENSER
U DANGER
Evaporator and other enclosed parts normally will
not require cleaning.
Before servicing unit, disconnect electrical
service. Failure to disconnect electrical service
could result in electrical shock and cause
personal injury or death.
In case there’s some spillage refer to Evaporator
Compartment Servicing section on page 9 to open
the compartment.
Side walls and cover should be cleaned as
described in Interior Surface section in this page.
For efficient operation, it is recommended that the
condenser coil and fans be cleaned every 3 to 6
months. Remove front grille for access. Refer to
Condenser Unit Servicing section on page 8.
Vacuum clean front surface of coil thoroughly or
direct forced air through condenser fins. Failure to
clean condenser can cause compressor
malfunction and will void warranty.
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TABLE 4 –METHODS FOR CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL
TASK
CLEANING AGENT*
METHOD OF APPLICATION
EFFECT ON FINISH
Routine Cleaning
Soap, ammonia or detergent
and water
Sponge with cloth, then rinse
with clear water and wipe dry.
Satisfactory for use on all
finishes.
Stubborn Spots and Stains,
Caked-on Splatter, and other
Light Discolorations
Revere Ware, Goddard’s,
Twinkle or Cameo stainless
steel cleaner or Soft Scrub
cleaner.
Apply with a damp sponge or
cloth. Rub with a damp cloth.
Satisfactory for use on all
finishes if rubbing is light. Use
in direction of polish lines.
Household cleansers, such as
Old Dutch, Bon Ami, Ajax,
Comet.
Rub with a damp cloth. May
contain chlorine bleachers.
Rinse thoroughly after use.
Use in direction of polish lines.
May scratch or dull highly
polished finishes.
Heat Ting or Heavy
Discoloration
Revere Ware, Goddard’s,
Twinkle or Cameo stainless
steel cleaner.
Apply with damp sponge or
cloth.
Use in direction of polish lines.
May scratch or dull highly
polished finishes.
Caked-on Foods and Grease,
Fatty Acids Milkstone (where
swabbing or rubbing is not
practical)
Easy-Off oven cleaner.
Apply generous coating. Allow
to stand for 10 to 15 minutes.
Rinse. Repeated application
may be necessary.
Excellent removal. Satisfactory
for use on all finishes.
Hard Water Spots and Scale
Vinegar.
Swab or wipe with cloth. Rinse
with water and dry.
Satisfactory for use on all
finishes.
*Use of brand names is intended only to indicate a type of
cleaner and does not constitute an endorsement; nor does the
omission of any brand name cleaner imply its inadequacy.
Many products named are regional in distribution and can be
found in local supermarkets, department and hardware stores.
NOTES:
1. Use the mildest cleaning procedure that will do the job
efficiently and effectively.
2. Always rub in the direction of the polish lines for
maximum effectiveness and to avoid marring the surface.
3. Use only a soft cloth, sponge, fiberous brushes, plastic or
stainless steel pads for cleaning and scouring.
4. Rinse thoroughly with fresh water after every cleaning
operation.
5. Always wipe dry to avoid water marks.
6. Never use common steel wood pads; these will cause
rust.
All products should be used in strict accordance with
instructions on package.
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Copyright 2006 Carrier Corporation
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.
Printed in Mexico
10-06
79BC560010-01_C
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