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Victory Reach-In Specifications
INSTALLATION,
OPERATION &
MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
Reach-In Refrigerators
and Freezers
IMPORTANT
Please read this manual completely
before attempting to install or operate this equipment.
Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................................................................................................................. 5
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Site Preparation.......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
RECEIVING AND INSPECTING ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
Serial Number Location............................................................................................................................................................... 6
INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Location...................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Inside cabinet ............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Outside cabinet........................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Electrical connection................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Leveling...................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Stabilizing.................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
OPERATION...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Refrigeration Cycles.................................................................................................................................................................... 8
On/Off Switch.............................................................................................................................................................................. 8
Front Panel Controls and Indicators............................................................................................................................................ 8
Functions..................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Display the Set Point:........................................................................................................................................................... 9
Change the Set Point:.......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Manual Defrost..................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Keyboard Lock..................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Keyboard Unlock.................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Alarm Codes............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Display and Reset Alarm............................................................................................................................................................. 9
MAINTENANCE............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Refrigerators and Freezers....................................................................................................................................................... 10
Cleaning the Condenser Coil.................................................................................................................................................... 10
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning .......................................................................................................................................... 10
Gasket Maintenance................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Doors/Hinges............................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Drain Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Open the Top Shroud................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Door Replacement and Adjustment.......................................................................................................................................... 11
Remove the Bottom Shroud (applies only to bottom mounted condenser units)...................................................................... 12
WIRING DIAGRAMS........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
Model: AR23........................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Models: AR49........................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Model: AF23........................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Models: AF49........................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Model: AR23........................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Model: AR49........................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Model: AF23........................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Model: AF49........................................................................................................................................................................... 18
ARCTIC AIR WARRANTY................................................................................................................................................................ 19
REACH-IN REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
SPECIFICATIONS
SOLID DOOR REFRIGERATORS
MODEL #
V/Hz/Ph
AMPS
STORAGE
SHELF
CAPACITY CAPACITY
HP
BTU
CHARGE
SHIP
WEIGHT
Cu-ft
Sq-ft
AR23
115/60/1
6
23
AR49
115/60/1
9
49
NEMA
PLUG
Oz
Lbs
14.0
3/8
3200
12.0
350
5-15P
28.1
1/2
5800
18.7
518
5-15P
HP
BTU
CHARGE
SHIP
WEIGHT
NEMA
PLUG
Oz
Lbs
SOLID DOOR FREEZERS
MODEL #
V/Hz/Ph
AMPS
STORAGE
SHELF
CAPACITY CAPACITY
Cu-ft
Sq-ft
AF23
115/60/1
11
23
14.0
6/8
2325
14.1
364
5-15P
AF49
115/60/1
12
49
28.1
1
3650
25.0
568
5-15P
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REGISTRATION
The installation date and appliance model must be documented by the end purchaser. .
Also, refer to the Warranty section for additional details on registering the appliance.
Dealer Information:
Installer Information:
Installation Date:
REACH-IN REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General Safety
WARNING
Arctic Air accepts no responsibility for any situation resulting from work carried out in an
unprofessional manner, or from the incorrect interpretation or application of regulations.
General Installation
WARNING
Incorrect installation or any modifications made to the appliance may damage property or
result in injury or death.
Electrical
WARNING
WARNING
Electrical connections or any work required on the electrical circuits inside the appliance
must be performed by certified technicians in compliance with local, state, and federal
regulations.
Make sure all facility electrical connections are in compliance with all local and federal
electrical code regulations.
Inspection and Maintenance
WARNING
Appliance maintenance must be carried out by only by suitably trained personnel.
WARNING
Before any maintenance work is performed, the appliance must be disconnected from the
electrical supply. Apply a lockout tag to the electrical supply connection.
WARNING
All replacement parts that are not supplied by Arctic Air must be pre-approved before
installation.
Repair Work Safety
WARNING
Repair work must only be performed by Arctic Air or one of its authorized representatives.
Arctic Air accepts no responsibility for any situation resulting from work performed by
untrained and/or unauthorized technicians.
Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual
INTRODUCTION
This manual covers the Reach-In Refrigerators and
Freezers. Please read this manual completely before
attempting to install or operate this equipment.
•
Confirm that all flooring is structurally strong enough
to support the weight of a fully loaded unit; a fully
loaded unit can weigh as much as 1500 pounds. Consult with a structural engineer for confirmation if
there is any reason to doubt the floor strength.
•
Confirm that adequate ventilation has been provided, and that the unit will not be located close to a
heat source.
•
For all units on casters, confirm that the floor is level
where the unit is to be located.
Site Preparation
The installation site must be cleaned and prepared prior
to the equipment delivery. •
Refer to the SPECIFICATIONS and have a licensed
electrician confirm that all electrical requirements
are satisfied.
RECEIVING AND INSPECTING
Exercise care to prevent damaging the equipment during unloading and on-site transporting.
1. Visually inspect the exterior of the package, skid
and/or container. Report any damage to the carrier
immediately.
2. If any packaging damage is noted, open and inspect
the contents with the carrier.
3. If concealed damage is discovered after unpacking
the equipment notify the carrier. Notification must
be made both in writing and verbally.
4. Check the compressor compartment housing and
visually inspect the refrigeration package. Confirm
that the lines are secure and the base is intact.
5. Request the required damage forms and an equipment damage inspection by the shipping company.
The inspection should be performed within 10 days
from receipt of the equipment.
6. Retain all crating material until an inspection has
been performed or waived.
Serial Number Location
The serial number of all self-contained refrigerators and
freezers is located inside the unit on the left hand side
near the top on the wall. Have the serial number available when calling for parts or service.
This manual covers only standard units. For a custom
unit, consult the customer service department. See the
customer service phone number listed on the last page.
REACH-IN REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
INSTALLATION
Location
Electrical connection
All units are intended for indoor use only. A fully loaded
unit can weigh as much as 1500 pounds. Choose a location with a level floor strong enough to support the total
weight of a fully loaded unit. Reinforce the floor if necessary.
Refer to the amperage data provided in the SPECIFICATIONS, the serial tag, the local electrical code and/or
the National Electrical Code. Have a licensed electrician
confirm that the facility wiring is adequate for the unit and
that a protected circuit of the correct voltage and amperage is provided for each unit. Confirm that the unit is connected only to the proper protected power source.
For the most efficient refrigeration, provide good air circulation around the unit.
DANGER
Inside cabinet
Do not pack the unit interiors so that air circulation is impeded. The refrigerated air is discharged at the top rear
of the unit. Allow for proper air flow from the top rear to
the bottom of the unit. Obstructions to this air flow can
cause evaporator coil freeze ups and loss of temperature
or overflow of water from the evaporator drain pan. The
shelves have a rear turn up on them to prevent obstructions to the rear air flow. However, bags and other items
located at the rear of the cabinet may obstruct the air
flow.
Outside cabinet
Be sure that the unit has access to ample air flow. The
unit requires a minimum of two inches of clearance from
all walls and a minimum of 12 inches clearance over
the top of the unit. Avoid hot corners and locations near
stoves and ovens. Do not install the unit closer than two
inches from a wall. To prevent air obstruction, do not locate large boxes and/or tall stacks of product that might
obstruct the air exhaust or the air inlet.
Turn the on/off switch to off and
disconnect the unit from the power
source whenever performing service,
maintenance functions or cleaning
the unit.
Leveling
Level the cabinet to improve performance, to better align
the doors, to reduce uneven strain on the cabinet and
reduce movement of the contents on the shelves. Use a
level to level the unit from front to back and side to side.
Units supplied with legs have adjustable bullet feet to
make the leveling adjustments. If the unit is supplied with
casters, no leveling adjustments are available. Ensure
the floor is level, where the casters unit is located.
Stabilizing
Casters are provided for convenience, ease of cleaning
underneath and for mobility. Install the unit on a level surface, in a stable condition and lock the front wheels to
prevent movement.
CAUTION
If the unit is laid on its side or back for any reason,
allow a minimum of 24 hours in the upright position,
before start-up to allow compressor oil to flow back
to the sump. Failure to meet this requirement can
cause compressor failure, unit damage, and will
void the unit warranties.
Improper installation will void the standard
warranty.
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OPERATION
Refrigeration Cycles
Refrigerators
The evaporator fans run continuously during the refrigeration cycles to maintain the factory set internal temperature range at 34°F to 38°F. The door switch turns
on the lights when the door is opened.
1. Every 6 hours, the unit turns off and the controller
displays the defrost symbol this allows the evaporator coil to clear the ice. When the coil temperature
reaches 41°F (or after 20 minutes) the unit re-starts.
2. The anti-condensation heaters (located on the door
frames) work in conjunction with the compressor.
Callout
No.
Control /
Indicator
1
Fan
2
Defrost
3
Compressor
Function
Indicates the fans are running.
Press to start the manual defrost
cycle.
Up Arrow
To display the last temperature
alarm.
In programming mode it
browses the parameter codes or
increases the displayed value.
5
Down Arrow
To display the last temperature
alarm.
In programming mode it
browses the parameter codes or
decreases the displayed value.
6
SET
Used to display a target set
point; in programming mode it
elects a parameter or confirm an
operation.
7
Display
Indicates the room temperature,
the set points and the alarm
codes.
8
Alarm
4
Freezers
The controller provides power to the condensing unit
and the evaporator fans during the refrigeration cycles
to maintain the factory set internal temperature range
at -3°F to -7°F. The evaporator fans run whenever the
evaporator coil temperature is below 35°F, except during
the defrost cycle when they cycle off. The door switch
turns on the lights when the door is opened.
1. Every 6 hours, the unit turns off and the controller
displays the defrost symbol this allows the evaporator coil to clear the ice. When the coil temperature
reaches 45°F (or after 20 minutes) the unit re-starts.
2. The anti-condensation heaters (located on the door
frames) work in conjunction with the compressor.
Indicates the compressor is
running.
Indicates a temperature alarm.
Key combinations are used to perform functions that
cannot be performed with a single key.
Key Combinations
Press Keys
Result
Up Arrow
Down Arrow
Locks and unlocks the
keyboard.
On/Off Switch
SET
Down Arrow
Enters the programming
mode.
The on/off switch is located on the front of the top shroud.
When the unit is on, the green LED is on.
SET
Up Arrow
Returns to the room
temperature display.
Front Panel Controls and Indicators
The LED functions display operational conditions.
The front panel controls and indicators are used to set
and display the unit functions and status.
1
2
1a
3
2a
4
Callout No.
1a
5
3a
Mode
LED Function
On
Fans enabled
Flashing
On
2a
6
3a
8
8a
8a
7
Fans delay after defrost
in progress
Defrost enabled
Flashing
-Programming phase
(flashing with “icon”)
- Drip time in progress
On
Compressor enabled
Flashing
-Programming phase
(flashing with “icon”)
-Anti-short cycle delay
enabled
On
A temperature alarm
happened
REACH-IN REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
Functions
Alarm Codes
Display the Set Point:
CODE
CAUSE
OUTPUTS
P1
Room probe
failure
Compressor output according
to par Con and COF
P2
Evaporator
probe failure
Defrost end is timed
P3
Condenser
probe failure
Outputs unchanged
HA
Maximum
temperature
alarm
Outputs unchanged
The set point value is displayed and the Compressor
LED starts blinking.
LA
Minimum
temperature
alarm
Outputs unchanged
dA
Door open
Compressor and fans restart
2. For the next ten seconds, the set value can be
changed using the Up Arrow or the Down Arrow buttons.
EA
External alarm
Outputs unchanged
CA
Serious external
alarm (i1F=bal)
All outputs off
Condenser
alarm
All outputs off
1. Press and release the SET button, the set point
value is displayed.
2. Press and release the SET button (again) or wait
five seconds to return to the probe value display.
Change the Set Point:
1. To change the set point value, press the SET button
and hold for a minimum of two seconds.
3. To save the new set point value press the SET key
again (or wait ten seconds).
Manual Defrost
Press the Defrost button and hold for a minimum of two
seconds. The manual defrost cycle starts.
Keyboard Lock
1. Press the Up Arrow and Down Arrow buttons and
hold for a minimum of three seconds.
2. The “POF” message is displayed when the keyboard is locked. With the keyboard locked only the
set point or the max/min temperature is displayed.
CSd
Display and Reset Alarm
1. Press the Up Arrow and Down Arrow buttons to
display the alarm code.
2. Press and hold the SET button until the reset (rst)
message is displayed then release. Press the SET button again, the reset (rst) message
blinks and the room temperature is displayed.
3. If any key is pressed for more than three seconds
the “POF” message is displayed.
Keyboard Unlock
Press the Up Arrow and Down Arrow buttons and hold
for a minimum of three seconds. The “Pon” message is
displayed when the keyboard is unlocked.
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MAINTENANCE
DANGER
Turn off the power switch and
disconnect the unit from the power
source whenever performing service/
maintenance functions and/or
cleaning the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators and Freezers
Clean the interior and exterior using soap and warm water. If this is not sufficient, use ammonia and water or a
nonabrasive liquid cleaner. When cleaning the exterior,
always rub with the stainless steel grain to avoid marring
the finish.
Do not use an abrasive cleaner, it may scratch the stainless steel and/or the plastic. Abrasive cleaners can also
damage the breaker strips and gaskets.
Cleaning the Condenser Coil
Clean the condenser coil a minimum of every 90 days.
If there is a large amount of debris, dust or grease accumulation prior to the 90 day cycle, reduce the cleaning
cycle to every 30 days.
If the buildup on the coil consists of only light dust and
debris, clean the condenser coil using a brush. For
heavier dust buildup, use a vacuum or compressed air.
If heavy grease is present use a refrigeration degreasing agent designed specifically for the condenser coils.
Spray the condenser coil with degreasing agent and
blow through with compressed air.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially
cause high temperatures and excessive run times. Continuous operation with dirty or clogged condenser coils
may result in compressor failures. Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning procedures will void any warranties
associated with the compressor.
CAUTION
Never use a high pressure water wash for this
cleaning procedure as water can damage the
electrical components located near or on the
condenser coil.
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Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning
Stainless steel contains 70-80% iron which will rust. It
also contains 12-30% chromium which forms an invisible passive film over the steel’s surface that acts as a
corrosion shield. As long as the protective layer remains
intact, the metal remains stainless. If the film is broken
or contaminated, outside elements can break down the
steel and begin to form rust or discoloration.
To properly clean stainless steel, use soft cloths or plastic scouring pads.
CAUTION
Never use steel pads, wire brushes or scrapers to
clean stainless steel surfaces.
Cleaning solutions must be alkaline based or non-chloride cleaners. Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage the stainless steel protective film. 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.
Perform routine stainless steel cleaning with soap and
water. Extreme stains or grease should be cleaned with
a non-abrasive cleaner and plastic scrub pad (rub with
the grain). There are also stainless steel cleaners available which can restore the protective layer and preserve
the finish.
Early signs of stainless steel breakdown may consist of
small pits and cracks. If these early signs are present,
clean thoroughly and apply a cleaner specifically designed for stainless steel cleaners to attempt to restore
the passivity.
CAUTION
Never use an acid based cleaning solution. In
addition, many food products have an acidic
content which can deteriorate the finish. Be sure
to clean the stainless steel surfaces of all food
products. Common acidic based food items
include; tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables.
REACH-IN REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
Gasket Maintenance
Open the Top Shroud
Gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and
mildew buildup and to maintain the gasket elasticity. Clean gaskets with warm soapy water. Avoid full strength
cleaning products on gaskets, this can cause the gaskets
to become brittle and prevent proper sealing. Never use
sharp tools or knives, which could tear the gasket and/or
rip the bellows, to scrape or clean the gasket.
Loosen and remove the screw from the two holes in front
of the top shroud, swing the top shroud up 180° and position it on the top of the cabinet.
Gaskets are easy to replace and do not require the use
of tools. To remove and replace the Dart style gasket, pull
the gasket out of the groove in the door and press the
new gasket back into place.
Door Replacement and Adjustment
1. Open the door until it remains open, about 100°
to 110°.
2. Loosen and remove the bottom screw on the selfclosing cartridge. Remove the three hinge screws,
and then slide the door down and out.
Doors/Hinges
Over time the door hinges may become loose. 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. Tighten the screws that mount the
hinge brackets to the frame of the unit. If this does not
solve the issue call a qualified service agent.
Drain Maintenance
The drain located inside all of the units removes the
condensation from the evaporator coil and evaporates
it at an external condensate evaporator pan. Moving or
bumping the drain may cause the drain to become loose
or disconnected. If excessive water accumulates on the
inside of the unit make sure the drain tube is connected
from the evaporator housing to the condensate evaporator drain pan. If water has collected underneath the unit,
check the condensate evaporator drain tube to be sure it
is still located inside the drain pan. Leveling the unit is important because the units are designed to drain properly
when level. If the floor is not level drain problems may occur. Be sure all drain lines are free of obstructions. Food
products blocking drain lines is a common cause of water
back up and overflow.
3. To prepare a new door, rotate the square head of the
cartridge shaft approximately 120° in direction that
the door closes. This action preloads the hinge and
it is now ready to be secured to the bottom hinge.
4. From the closed position, hold the door at about 100°,
insert the bottom hinge over the square shaft of the
cartridge so that the hinge is facing the cabinet. Once
positioned, insert and fasten the mounting screw.
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5. Maintain the door/hinge assembly at about 100°,
and slide it up to the top hinge pin. Confirm proper
alignment, and then fasten the bottom hinge.
6. The door must swing closed by itself with no restriction, confirm that the door swings freely.
7. Restore power to the unit and confirm that the interior light turns on and off as the door opens and
closes and that the evaporator fan is running.
8. If necessary, adjust the height of the door using the
plastic spacer/washers on the bottom hinge pin.
CAUTION
If the freezer vibrates excessively when the
compressor is running, loosen (but do not remove)
the compressor bolts.
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Remove the Bottom Shroud (applies only
to bottom mounted condenser units)
Loosen and remove the bottom shroud two top screws.
Slide the bottom shroud up and out.
REACH-IN REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS
WIRING DIAGRAMS
Model:
AR23
Models:
AR49
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Model:
AF23
Models:
AF49
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Model:
AR23
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Model:
16
AR49
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Model:
AF23
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Model:
18
AF49
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ARCTIC AIR WARRANTY
One year parts & labor warranty
Arctic Air warrants to the original purchaser, all of its new equipment to be free from defects in material or workmanship,
under normal use and maintenance service, for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase or 15
months after shipment date from the manufacturer, whichever occurs first. Warranty coverage is limited to the repair
and/or replacement, including labor charges, of defective parts and/or assemblies. The labor warranty shall include
straight time labor charges and travel charges within 100 miles roundtrip. Warranty service must be arranged by calling
1-855-431-5558 for service in the United States and Canada. Warranty service coverage is not offered outside of the
United States and Canada.
Additional four year compressor warranty
In addition to the one (1) year warranty stated above, Arctic Air warrants its compressor units to be free from defects
in both material and workmanship under normal and proper use and maintenance service for a period of four (4) additional years from the date of original installation but not to exceed five (5) years and three (3) months after shipment
from Arctic Air.
The four (4) year extended compressor warranty applies only to the compressor part itself and does not apply to any
other parts, components, or labor charges involved in replacement of compressor.
Conditions
All service under this warranty, for either labor or parts, must be performed by a preferred service provider arranged by
the Arctic Air warranty Center at 1-855-431-5558. Warranty claims should include model number of the unit, batch and
serial number of the unit, and proof of purchase. Service coverage is limited to units located in the United States and
Canada only.
Limitations & Exclusive Warranty
This parts and labor warranty is the sole and exclusive warranty remedy offered by Arctic Air. Arctic Air’s sole obligation
under this warranty is limited to either repair or replacement of parts and is subject to the limitations listed below. 1. Arctic Air will bear no responsibility or liability for any equipment which has been misapplied, mishandled, misused,
subjected to harsh chemical action, or external causes such as the use of extension cords, electrical power fluctuations, lack of proper maintenance, non-factory approved revisions or modifications, or equipment damaged by fire,
flood, or other acts of God.
2. Arctic Air will bear no responsibility for consequential loss or damages such as, including but not limited to, economic loss, profit loss, personal injury, property damage, damage during transit, losses or damages arising from
food or product spoilage claims.
3. Arctic Air shall bear no responsibility for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting
from improper usage, installation, or maintenance as described in the owner’s manual.
4. Exceptions to one (1) year part warranty other than additional four (4) year compressor warranty: Light bulbs and
door gaskets are limited to 90 day warranty period.
5. Arctic Air equipment is intended for commercial use only and this warranty is void if the equipment is installed in
other than commercial applications.
6. All other warranties, either express or implied, arising under law or equity or custom of the trade, including but not
limited to, warranties or merchantability or fitness for a parcticular purpose are excluded. Arctic Air’s liability on any
claim, including but not limited to negligence, shall not exceed the price of the equipment that gives rise to the claim.
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Broich Enterprises, Inc. / Arctic Air
6440 City West Parkway
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Phone: 952-941-2270
Fax: 952-941-3066
Website: www.arcticairco.com
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