ARCTIC AIR COMMERCIAL GLASS DOOR REFRIGERATOR

ARCTIC AIR COMMERCIAL GLASS DOOR REFRIGERATOR
ARCTIC AIR
COMMERCIAL
GLASS DOOR REFRIGERATOR
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Registration
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Important Safety Instructions .............................
Electrical Information ..........................................
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2
2-3
Installation and Setup .........................................
Appliance Start-Up ..............................................
Features ...............................................................
Routine Maintenance
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Avoid Service Checklist ......................................
Energy Conservation
Measures .........................
Wiring Diagram ....................................................
If You Need Service .............................................
Warranty ...............................................................
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5
5-6
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7-8
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P/N: 297283501
(April, 2009)
Product Registration
Proper Disposa_ of Your
Risk of child entrapment,
Child entrapment and su_cation are not
problems 0fthe pan, Junked or abandoned
refdge_tora or f_er
are s_i41dangeDus
-- _n if _ey will s_ _r "ju_ a few da_7 ff
you a_ gel_ing rid of yaur old _dga_or
or
f_r,
please _lbw the instnJCtions belc_
to help prevent acdden_
BEFORE YOU TNRC_¢JAWAY YOUR
OLD REF RIG_PJ_,.TO
R_RREE E R:
_m_.¢e
The information contained within this owner's guide wilt
instruct you on how to properly operate and care for your
product. Please read through the information contained in
your literature pack to learn more about your new
appliance. The serial plate is located on the left wall of
unit.
doors,
* _ave shelves in
place so d_ildre n
may n_ easily
climb _naide.
Record your Model and Serial Numbers
Record the model number and serial number of this
appliance in the space provided below.
Electrical
Model No.:
These guidelines must be followed to ensure that
safety mechanisms in the design of this appliance will
operate properly.
Serial No.:
Register Your Product
The self-addressed PRODUCT REGISTRATION CARD
(shown above) should be filled in completely, signed and
returned to the address provided.
Avoid _irehazard or
el÷err c shock. Do _et use an extension co_d
or an adapter p_. Do not remove a_y
prong f_romthe power cord.
Important Safety Instructions
Read all instructions before using this appliance
For Your Safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this unit or any other
appliance. Read product labels for flammability and
other warnings.
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Information
Child Safety
Destroy carton, plastic bags, and any exterior
wrapping material immediately after the appliance is
unpacked. Children should never use these items for
play. Cartons covered with rugs, bedspreads, plastic
sheets or stretch wrap may become airtight chambers
and can quickly cause suffocation.
A child might suffocate if he crawls into the appliance
to hide or play. Remove the door/lid of the appliance
when not in use, even if you plan to discard the
appliance. Many communities have laws requiring you
to take this safety precaution.
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Refer to the serial plate for correct electrical
rating. The power cord of the appliance is equipped
with a three-prong grounding plug for protection
against shock hazards. It must be plugged directly
into its own properly grounded three-prong
receptacle, protected with a 15 amp time delay fuse
or circuit breaker. The receptacle must be installed in
accordance with the local codes and ordinances.
Consult a qualified electrician. Receptacles with
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) are NOT
RECOMMENDED.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION
CORD OR AN ADAPTER PLUG.
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5/16", @'8"and 9/16_
Socket or Open 8rid
Wrencl_
If the voltage varies by 10 percent or more, appliance
performance may be affected. Operating the
appliance with insufficient power can damage the
motor. Such damage is not covered under the
warranty. If you suspect your voltage is high or low,
consult your power company for testing.
To prevent the appliance from being turned off
accidentally, do not plug the unit into an outlet
controlled by a walt switch or pull cord.
DO NOT pinch, knot, or bend the power cord in any
manner.
Other
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TOOLS NEEDED
You wilt need the following tools to assemble and
install the casters to the unit.
Adjustable Wrench
o_ PIlers
_hHilpse
Screwdriver
UNCRATING AND SET-UP
• Remove carton and all loose parts from inside of
the unit.
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Remove the rear access cover, place it and the
screws in a safe place for reassembly later
Using an assistant, carefully tip the unit onto its
back and rest on blocks to avoid damaging the
condensate drain hose and the plastic raceway that
covers the evaporator tubing on the back of the
cabinet.
Using a 3/8" socket wrench remove four screws
holding the wood skid to the bottom of the unit.
Discard the wood skid and screws. See Figure 1.
Precautions
NEVER unplug the appliance by pulling on the power
cord. Always grip the plug firmly and pull straight out
from the receptacle.
To avoid electrical shock, unplug the appliance before
cleaning.
Remove and discard the two front brackets with leg
leveler using a 5/16" socket wrench. See Figure 1.
NOTE: Turning the control to "OFF" turns off the
compressor but does not disconnect power to other
electrical components.
CASTER
INSTALLATION
AND SET-UP
Inspect the underside of the cabinet and packaging for
damage such as a fork truck can cause. If hidden
damage is found after uncrating, immediately call the
delivery carrier and request an inspection. Retain all
packaging and crating materials until the inspection is
complete.
Front Bracket
& Leg Leveler
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Check to make sure that you have received the box
containing all of the components listed below.
A
Carriage Bolt (4)
D Fixed C_ster (2)
B
C
Lock Nut (4) ..........
Swivel C_ster (2)
E Hex Screw (10)
F_gure t
FOR GLASS DOOR MODELS ONLY•
A
3
Remove bottom door support bracket and
screw opposite the door hinge using a 3/8"
socket wrench. See Figure 2.
......Door
Figure 3
F_gu_ 2
FRONT FIXED CASTER
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Locate and align fixed caster (with brake lever facing
front of unit - see Figure 3) over the same mounting
holes from front brackets in Figure 1 using six hex
screws (3 for each caster). Secure the screws snug
using a 3/8" open end wrench. Repeat the same
procedure for opposite corner. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
REAR SWIVEL
INSTALLATION
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INSTALLATION
Fmgur÷ 4
CASTER
Remove and discard the screws shown in Figure 4
from each bottom corner using a 5/16" socket wrench.
Locate and align swivel caster over the holes and
install with two hex screws. Secure the screws snug
using a 3/8" socket wrench. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
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On the opposite side of the swivel caster plate, insert
two carriage bolts through the compressor support rail
and swivel caster plate. Use a lock nut on each bolt
and tighten securely using a 9/16" socket wrench.
See Figure 5.
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Repeat the same procedure for the opposite rear
corner.
Figure 5
With the help of an assistant, carefully upright the
unit. Reassemble rear access guard with screws.
Appliance
Placement
Leave a one (1) inch space on all sides and the back
of the cabinet for ease of installation, proper air
circulation and electrical connections. DO NOT block
the front grill on the lower front of your appliance.
Sufficient air circulation is essential for the proper
CAUTION
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a_ it _ Upped ap=
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operation of your appliance. Choose a place that is near
a grounded electrical outlet. For the most efficient
operation, the appliance should be located where
surrounding temperatures wilt not drop below 40°F (5°C)
or exceed 110°F (43°C). Additional compressor heaters
are not recommended.
Insulation
The insulated space of this cabinet is sealed to maintain
peak efficiency. Holes drilled in the cabinet may destroy
that seal and damage electrical wiring located in the
insulated space.
DAMANGED ELECTRICAL WIRING OR WET
INSULATION CAUSED BY DRILLING WILL VOID THE
WARRANTY.
Fig. A (Rear of unit)
Appliance
Start-up
Features
Once the appliance has been located in its permanent
location and the proper power and grounding has been
provided, the following items must be checked or
completed:
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Cool Down Period
For safe food storage, allow 24 hours for the appliance
to cool down completely before loading with food. The
appliance will run continuously for the first several hours.
Do not place any food in the appliance until after the first
24 hours of operation.
Heavy duty epoxy powder coated adjustable
shelves.
NSF certified top mounted evaporator
2-1/2" urethane foam cabinet insulation
Torsion spring door closer
Heavy duty fixed and swivel casters
17 watt fluorescent tamp
Removable stainless steel drain cover
• Adjustable temperature control
• NSF certified interior
• Stainless Steel evaporator housing
• Stainless steel toe plate
• Heavy duty commercially rated electrical harness
• Heavy duty removable stainless steel shelf support
Thermostat
Setting
The appliance is shipped from the factory with the
thermostat set at about the mid-point of the operating
range. Adjustments colder or warmer can be made after
the appliance has been running for at least 8 hours.
Allow at least 8 hours for temperature stabilization
before re-adjusting the thermostat.
Sh;al
ic_,_
Defrost Setting
The appliance is designed to defrost automatically every
12 hours. To set the time of defrost wait until the desired
time to defrost. With the notch on the timer knob aligned
with the line on the bracket (Fig. A), turn the defrost
timer knob clockwise slowly. The timer wilt click several
times, then once loudly, at which point the defrost cycle
begins. The timer knob wilt advance through the defrost
cycle, than click loudly at the end of the cycle. The
appliance wilt defrost automatically every 12 hours after
the first defrost cycle.
Shelves
For example, to set the appliance to defrost at 10:00
a.m., turn the timer knob clockwise at 10:00 a.m. until
the timer clicks loudly. The appliance wilt defrost daily at
10:00 a.m. and again 12 hours later at 10:00 p.m. Note:
The product interior temperature will rise during the
defrost cycle every 12 hours.
The appliance is provided
on the floor of the cabinet
in the metal side supports
The shallow shelf goes in
with 4 shelves. One goes
and the other 3 are placed
wherever they are needed.
the upper position.
Casters
The appliance comes with 2 swivel casters and 2
nonswivel casters (with brakes). The casters allow the
appliance to be moved with ease, and then locked
into place upon final destination (Refer to page 3 for
instructions.)
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Routine Maintenance
Adjustable
Temperature
Control
The adjustable thermostat control is located on the top
left panel inside the unit.
Cleaning the Interior
Be sure to turn the temperature control to "OFF" and
unplug the electrical cord. Wash the inside surface of
the storage area with warm water and baking soda
solution (about one tablespoon of baking soda per
quart of warm water). Rinse thoroughly with clean,
warm water and wipe dry. The procedure can also be
used for cleaning the door gasket. Wipe the stainless
steel cover plates with Magic Clean Stainless Steel
Cleaner (can be ordered from your Artic Air Service
Center at 1-800-490-9574, P/N 218490900) or some
other stainless steel cleaner.
Cleaning the Exterior
Wipe the textured cabinet exterior occasionally with a
cloth dampened in mild detergent and water. Rinse
and wipe dry with a soft cloth. Wipe the stainless steel
door plate and toe grill with Magic Clean Stainless
Steel Cleaner or some other stainless steel cleaner.
Do not use razor blades or other sharp instruments
that can scratch the appliance surface when removing
adhesive labels. Any glue left from the tape can be
removed with a mixture of warm water and mild
detergent or touch the residue with the sticky side of
tape already removed. DO NOT REMOVE THE
SERIAL PLATE.
Interior Thermometer
The appliance comes with a thermometer to show the
internal temperatures. The thermometer is to be hung
from the top adjustable shelf on the right hand side.
Condensate
Pan
The condensate pan is in a fixed position and must
not be removed from under the cabinet. If the pan is
removed, condensate will drop onto the floor.
Interior
Light
• The Glass Door Refrigerator is equipped with a 17
watt fluorescent lamp. Ballast - lamp mismatch may
result in poor or no performance.
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If the tamp fails, replace with a lamp of the same type
and wattage. Also, replace a lamp that flickers
continuously. This could damage the ballast.
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Turning the light off, when not in use, wilt save
energy. However, frequent ON-OFF cycling will
reduce the lamp life.
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Use only NSF certified lamp (216659500) which can
be ordered from your Artic Air Service Center by
calling 1-800-490-9574.
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Avoid Service Checklist
Before calling for service review this list:, It may save you both time and expense, This list:
includes common occurrences that: are not: the result of defective workmanship
or materials
this app4iance,,
OOCURRENiCE
_PLI_CE
in
SOLUTION
DOES NOT RUN
. Appliance may be in,ddroA cycle, and the comp_ssor orf_n va_ln_ _un,
- Tempera_tre co.tel is in the OFF _,sition,
Appliance may not be plugged in or plug m_y be loose, Be sure plug is tig_ly
pushed i_ electrical o_let,
Fuse has Mown, or circ ui¢br_ker has tdp_d, Oheckffeset circuit brea_r or rep_ac_
fuse with t5 _mp, time delay _se,
Power orange, CSeck lig_s, Ca41local ele_dc: corn#any.
ApplBnce _n8 t_, much or _o
long,
* Room or o_side weather is hot, Itis no_a_ _r _e appliance to ,_rk _arder#nd or
_h_e conditions,
. Appliance hod recently been disc:onne_ed for a _ri_
24 hours to cool down compl_el%
d time. Applia neerequires
Large amours of _rm or hot food have been sto_d recently, Warm _aod will
cause the appliance to _n more un_l the desi_d temperature is reached,
Door is ke_ open too _angor _o freeuer_ly, Wa_ air er_e_ Lheappliance e_e_
_imethe door is open_l Open the door less of_n.
* Appliance door m_¢ _ sli_ly
o_n, See Occurrence s_tion "D_r
Prebl÷ms 2
Temper!!]tire conCralis set _o cold, Turn the con¢,rolknob _ a _rmer
_ow seve_l hours _r the _pe_ature to stabilE&
setting.
Appliance gasket is di_, worn, c_cke_, or poo_ly _ed, Cle_n or change gasket,
Le_ in the door s_l will cau_ _ppliance to run longedn order_ maiitai,n desir_
temper_u re.
Temper_ures inside the
appliance are too cold,
Tempera_Jre con_ ,is set too cold. Turn _e cont_l to a w_rmer _tting.
seve_l hou_ for the _empe_ure _ st_bilLz_.
Temper_ures inside the
appliance are t® warm,
Tempem_Jre conl_ol is set too wa_, Turn ¢he c:ontro_o a colder _tLing, NIow
several hours for fhe temperature _ stabili_,
_ow
- Door is kept open _oo long or is open_ me fl_ue_ly,
Wa_ air en[e_ _e
appliance _ery _imethe d_r is opened, Open the door less _en,
Door may be open sligh_ly. See Occerrence _ion
"Boor Problem&'
* L.a_geamounts of _rm or hot f®d ma_ h_e been s_red recency, Wa_ until _e
appliance has had a chance _ reach i_ _le_
_emper_ure,
- Appliance has r_ ently been discon ne_ed for a period r_ time, _pHance requi_
24 hou_ to cool down complete_.
The product in_ma_ _emperature will rise dedag fhe de.st
Tempemtu_ of e_emal
appliance surface is _,
c2de,
* Appliance cabin e_is warm to _e _uch, Appliance is operating no_mally, remc_¢iag
warm air form _e _n_ide,
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OCCURRENCE
SOUND _D
SOLUTaON
NOISE
Louder sound levels whenever
appliance is on,
Todays appliances have increased storage ca_city and a more e'_n _mperatu_
They req_ire a high sFeed compressor, This is nodal,
Louder sound I_els ,ahen
compressor comes on,
_plia n_ope_tes at higherpressuresdudngthe sta_dtheON c?_e, Thisis no_al
Sound wi_l
level off or disap_ar as appliance continu_ torun.
Popping or cracking sound
[email protected] ¢omp_ssor
comes
on,
o Meal parts undergo e×paasion and co_ctio n, as in hot water pi_s, This is nodal
Sound will le_ off or disap_ar as appliance con¢inu_ t_3run.
Bubbling orgu_ing sound,
like water boiling,
* Re_ige_nt
normal,
Vi_r_ing or ratlli_g noise,
- @p_iance ia not level, It rocks on t_e floor when _ is moved slig htly, Install leveling
_she_ _ shim up fhe appliance,
(used to c_l applia_ce) is circulating throughout t_e system, This is
_l®r i® uneven or _ak, Appliance rocks on the fl®r when i¢is mc_ed sNghtly, Be
sure fl®r can ade_u_ly sup_
appli_nc&
. _pliance
is toucNng the w_lL Re4e'_l; _e appliance or m,_¢eappliance sNghtly.
WATER,_IO ISTURFJFROST
[email protected]_PL_NCE
Mois_
f_a_s on in®ide
appliance v_alls,
W_her is hot and humid, which increases ia_ema_r_e of frosl build-up, This 18
norma£
- Door is slightly open, S_ Occurrence _ction ':'Door ProNemsi
Door is kep_ open _o long or is opened _o freque_ly. Open fhe door less often,
WATER_MOISTURE_FROST
OUTSIDE APPLIANCE
Moi_re _8
on outside of
appliance.
@DOR _NAPPLIANCE
- Door is slightly opera causing _e cold air from inside _he appliance to meet ,_pm
tools1air #ore outside, S_ Occurrence _ion
_'DoorProblems,"
I_enor n_ds _o be cleaned;, Clean _edor with _ponge, w_
soda,
wa_r, and baking
Food® with smang odors are in the appliance, C_4er fhe food tightly,
_OR
_or
PROBLEMS
will not dose.
* _pliance is n_ I_'el, I'_
rocks on the fl®rwhen _ is m_ed sligh_¥, T_i_condition
can for_ the cab_n_ o_ of square _nd mi_liga the door,
, Pier is uneven or weak.
LAMP ISNOT ON
* Lamp is 5um_
out, Follow directions
under"ln_dor
Light" inApplianc_ Features.
No electric: currer_, is reaching fhe ap#iance, See Oc:cu_nce
Does Not Run,,'
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section "Ap#ianc_
4.
Energy Conservation Measures
5.
The appliance is designed for efficiency with heavy foam
insulation. However, there are things that the user can
do to maintain the appliance in operating condition.
1.
2.
3.
6.
Do not operate the appliance any colder than
necessary to maintain safe, product storage
temperatures.
Make sure the appliance is located to prevent direct
exposure to sunlight, air ducts, etc.
Keep the door closed except for normal use. Inspect
the door often to see that it self-closes and the
gaskets are in good condition.
Do not overstock the product in the cabinet
because it wilt block the normal air flow.
Have at least annual inspections by a qualified
service company to see that the refrigerant
charge is correct.
This appliance operates more efficiently in a
cooler ambient than in a hot ambient. Try to
maintain an ambient below 80°F (27°C) and 65%
RH (Relative Humidity) for maximum efficiency.
Wiring Diagrams
Refrigerator Electsical Circuit
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B_lla_t
IMPORTANT
ff any green g_u_ding _s
are rem_:_ed
dudng _r_icing, _ey mu_ _ return_ to
their odg inal _s_ion and properly sec_Jr_,
Laa_
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If You Need Service...
Avoid Unnecessary
Cost and Inconvenience
Make a few simple checks before calling for service. Common occurrences and their solutions can be
found in the "Avoid Service Checklist" included in this owner's guide.
If Service Is Necessary
Keep your bill of sale, delivery slip, or some other appropriate payment record. The date on the bill
establishes the warranty period should service be required. If service is performed, it is in your best
interest to obtain and keep all receipts. This written warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may
also have other rights that vary from state to state. Service under this warranty must be obtained by
contacting the Arctic Air Customer Service Center.
In the United States: 800°490°9574
In Canada: 866o294o9911
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ARCTIC AIR COMMERCIAL
REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER
WARRANTY
ARCTIC AIR (Division of Broich Enterprises, Inc.) warrants every new refrigerator and freezer to be free from defects
in material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year (except as noted in the Special
Mobile Use Warranty below) from the earliest of either: 1) the date of original purchase or; 2) fifteen (15) months after
the manufacturer's ship date of the product (warranty period).
This warranty provides:
A,
B,
C,
D,
E,
PARTS WARRANTY
ARCTIC AIR will, at its option, repair or replace any part(s) that are found defective during the warranty period. In
addition ARCTIC AIR warrants that the compressor shall be free from defects for an additional four (4) years beyond
the expiration of the warranty period or for a total period of five (5) years. Warranty replacement parts must be
arranged by calling the Customer Service Center at 1-800-490-9574 (in the United States and Puerto Rico) and 1-866294-9911 (in Canada).
LABOR WARRANTY
ARCTIC AIR will, at its option, provide or pay for the labor to repair or replace the part(s) or product defect during the
warranty period. Warranty labor must be arranged by calling the Customer Service Center at 1-800-490-9574 (in the
United States and Puerto Rico) and 1 -866-294-9911 (in Canada).
SPECIAL MOBILE USE WARRANTY
ARCTIC AIR warrants every new refrigerator and freezer operated by a concessionaire or vendor in a trailer,
motorized vehicle or at varying locations for a period of one (1) year for the part(s) and ninety
(90) days for labor to repair or replace, at Arctic Air's option, the warranty part(s). In addition, ARCTIC
AIR warrants that the compressor shall be free from defects for a total period of five (5) years. This warranty will be
effective with the earliest of either: 1) the date of original purchase or 2) fifteen (15) months after the manufacturer's
ship date of the product. Any labor to remove or expose or make the refrigerator or freezer available for service under
this warranty shall be at the user's expense.
CONDITIONS
Service under this warranty must be performed by a preferred service company arranged by the
Customer Service Center at 1-800-490-9574 (in the United States and Puerto Rico) and
1-866-2949911 (in Canada). The user must give the preferred service company prompt notice and access to the product when
service is needed.
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY
Normal wear and tear and gradual deterioration is excluded from this warranty. This parts and labor warranty is the
sole and exclusive warranty remedy offered by ARCTIC AIR. 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 PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXCLUDED. NEITHER
ARCTIC AIR NOR ITS SERVICING AGENT SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
LOSS OR DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO FOOD OR PRODUCT LOSS, PERSONAL INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE) WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE AND STRICT
LIABILITY) ARISING OU T OF THE EQUIPMENT OR SERVICE PROVIDED HEREUNDER. THIS WARRANTY
DOES NOT APPLY ARCTIC AIR PRODUCTS SOLD OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, OR PUERTO
RICO. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
• FREIGHT DAMAGE
• FOOD LOSS
• NON-FACTORY
APPROVED
REVISIONS OR MODIFICATION
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