Victory | RS-3D-S7 | Specifications | Victory RS-3D-S7 Specifications

Installation, Operation and
Troubleshooting Instructions
Reach-In Refrigerator and Freezer Cabinets
For Models:
VR-1, VR-2, VR-3
VF-1, VF-2, VF-3
RS-1D-S7, RS-2D-S7, RS-3D-S7
FS-1D-S7, FS-2D-S7, FS-3D-S7
Manual Part No. 50707403
Rev. 00
Print Date: 04/28/10
11 0 Wo o d c r e s t R o a d , C h e r r y H i l l , N J 0 8 0 0 3
Phone: (856) 428-4200
Fax: (856) 428-7299 Website: www.victory-refrig.com
E-Mail: parts@victory-refrig.com
order-entry@victory-refrig.com service@victory-refrig.com
THANK
YOU
Thank you for purchasing a Victory Refrigeration Reach-In Refrigerator Cabinet!
This unit has passed our strict Quality Control Inspection and meets the high
standards set by Victory Refrigeration. You have made a quality investment that
with proper maintenance will give you years of service.
Please read the following installation and maintenance instructions before
installing or using your unit. If you have any questions, please call our Customer
Service Department at (856) 428-4200.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ
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Please read these instructions carefully before installing or using. If recommended procedures are not followed, warranty claims will be denied. *
Your Warranty Registration information is located on the next page of this manual. Please complete the card and submit it to Victory Refrigeration within 10 days of installation. Failure to properly register equipment can void the warranty.
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Victory Refrigeration reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
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A detailed Owners Manual with a troubleshooting guide, parts lists and additional information can be ordered from the factory or may be downloaded free from the
website at www.victory-refrig.com.
LIMITED WARRANTY
(Continental USA Only)
The Seller warrants to the original purchaser, equipment manufactured by Seller to be free from defects in material
and workmanship for which it is responsible. The Seller’s obligation under this warranty shall be limited to replacing
or repairing at Seller’s option, without charge, F.O.B. Seller’s factory, any part found to be defective and any labor
and material expense incurred by Seller in repairing or replacing such part, such warranty to be limited to a period of
twelve (12) months from the date of installation, provided, however, installation occurs within six months of date of
purchase and equipment is in normal use and service and is installed in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations and provided terms of payment have been fully met. All labor shall be performed during regular
working hours. Overtime premium charges will be at Buyer’s expense.
Proof of purchase must be supplied to Seller to validate warranty. This warranty is valid only if equipment is properly
installed, started-up and inspected by the dealer or authorized Victory Service agent.
Removal or alteration of the serial/data plate from any equipment shall be deemed to release Seller from all warranty
obligations or any other obligations, expressed or implied.
This warranty does not cover Thermostat or Defrost Timer calibration and/or adjustment, freight damage, normal
maintenance items outlined in Owner’s Manual, adjustment of door mechanisms or replacement of light bulbs, fuses
or batteries. The warranty does not cover installation, start-up, normal maintenance, food loss, or other consequential
damage.
Any repairs or replacement of defective parts shall be performed by Seller’s authorized service personnel. Seller
shall not be responsible for any costs incurred if the work is performed by other than Seller’s authorized service
personnel. Reimbursement claims for part(s) or labor service costs must be made in writing. Model, cabinet serial
numbers and installation location must be shown on the claim. A receipted bill from the servicing agency must
accompany the claim, together with full details of the service problems, diagnosis and work performed. Victory
reserves sole discretion whether further documentation on a claim is to be submitted.
Seller shall not be liable for consequential damages of any kind which occur during the course of installation of
equipment, or which result from the use or misuse by Buyer, its employees or others of the equipment supplied
hereunder, and Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against Seller for any breach of the foregoing warranty or
otherwise shall be for the repair or replacement of the equipment or parts thereof affected by such breach.
The foregoing warranty shall be valid and binding upon Seller if and only if Buyer loads, operates and maintains the
equipment supplied hereunder in accordance with the instruction manual provided to Buyer. Seller does not
guarantee the process of manufacture by Buyer or the quality of product to be produced by the equipment supplied
hereunder and Seller shall not be liable for any prospective or lost product or profits of Buyer.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS AND IMPLIED
WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER. SPECIFICALLY THERE ARE NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
The foregoing shall be Seller’s sole and exclusive obligation and Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy for any action,
whether in breach of contract or negligence. In no event shall Seller be liable for a sum in excess of the purchase
price of the item.
You may register online at www.victory-refrig.com, fax this completed page to (856) 673-0038, or copy and mail form below to Victory.
NOTE: The following mail-in form or online registration must be filled out and forwarded to Victory by the installer or customer within 10 days after start-up. Failure to do this will invalidate the warranties. Retain this information for your records.
110 WOODCREST ROAD
CHERRY HILL, NJ 08003-3648
TEL: (856) 428-4200 : FAX: (856) 673-0038
WARRANTIES NOT VALID UNLESS REGISTERED AT
FACTORY WITHIN 10 DAYS AFTER START-UP DATE.
Cabinet Model No.
Cabinet Serial No.
(Data plate information located inside cooler on the upper left wall)
ORIGINAL DATE OF INSTALLATION
CUSTOMER/END USER NAME
STREET
PHONE
CITY
DEALER'S NAME
STREET
STATE
ZIP CODE
PHONE
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Proper installation is the first step to operation. We recommend that your refrigerator or freezer
be installed by an authorized Victory Certified Installer.
Receiving Shipment
All units are performance tested and thoroughly inspected prior to shipment. Upon leaving the
factory, all units are in perfect condition. Upon receipt, examine the exterior of the shipment
packaging for any signs of rough handling. If the cabinet is damaged, it should be noted on the
delivery slip or bill of lading and signed. A claim must be filed immediately against the carrier
indicating the extent and estimated cost of damage incurred.
Uncrating
Tools Needed : 3/4” Box Wrench l Adjustable Wrench l Level
WARNING: Never lay your refrigerator or freezer down on either its back, front or sides. This
allows compressor oil into the refrigerant lines which can damage the compressor at start-up. If
the unit is laid down, it must be set upright for a minimum of 12 hours before starting the
compressor. Failure to adhere to the above recommendation will void the warranty.
1. Split plastic wrap along one of the cardboard posts. Remove and discard all packaging material, tape and interior components.
2. Move cabinet as close to final location as possible before removing skid.
3. Remove the shipping skid by tipping the cabinet forward. Remove the shipping bolts with 3/4” box wrench while the cabinet is held in one direction. Repeat this procedure while the cabinet is held in the opposite direction.
4.
Use extreme caution when removing the wooden skid, especially when the last bolt is removed. If not properly blocked, the skid will fall to the floor.
Locating Your New Storage Refrigerator or Freezer
Consider the following when selecting a location for your refrigerator or freezer:
1.
Clearance - There must be a minimum clearance of 10” between the top of the refrigerator or freezer and the ceiling.
2.
Floor Load - The floor on which the cabinet will rest must be free of vibration and suitably strong enough to support the combined weights of the cabinet plus the maximum product load.
3.
Ventilation - The air cooled, self-contained refrigerator or freezer requires a sufficient amount of cool, clean air. Avoid placing the refrigerator near heat generating equipment
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such as ovens, ranges, heaters, fryers, steam kettles, etc., and out of direct sunlight. Avoid
locating the self-contained refrigerator in an unheated room, or where the room temperature may
be below 55°F.
Installing Casters or Legs
Refrigerators and freezers are shipped with 1/2” single stud mounted legs or casters.
1.
Casters / legs must be screwed by hand into the threaded holes located on the case bottom (*Note: Once the caster cannot be turned, take a 3/4” box wrench and tighten the nut in between the mounting plate and wheel of the caster until it is snug).
2.
Tilt the cabinet in one direction approximately eight inches and block it securely with several pieces of 2 x 4 lumber or other suitable material.
3.
Screw in the two left or right casters/legs.
4.
Repeat this procedure to install the other casters/legs.
Leveling
Cabinets must be leveled when installed. Failure to level your cabinet may result in doors not
sealing, closing properly or condensate water not draining properly.
Casters - Cabinets with casters can be leveled by placing large flat washers in between 1/2” stud and holes located on the case bottom.
Legs - Rotate the foot of the leg with an adjustable wrench to achieve desired height for leveling.
Cabinet Cleaning
Prior to placing your new refrigerator/freezer and all shelves, pans and slides into operation, it is
advisable that the interior be washed thoroughly with a mild detergent and water solution. Rinse
with clear water and a sanitizing solution. Allow cabinet to air dry.
Installing Shelves
All cabinets with shelves are supplied with pilasters and shelf clip supports. Shelves are easily
installed by inserting the shelf support clips into the pilasters so they fit tightly. Align the shelf so
the smaller fill wires run from front to rear and rest the shelf on the clips.
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Electric Supply
Wiring should be done by a qualified electrician in accordance with local electrical codes.
A separate ground wire must be supplied for all installations. A properly wired refrigerator or
freezer will assure proper operation. Electrical supply requirements are on the cabinet serial/data
plate. It is recommended that a direct, properly protected line of the proper size wire be installed
from the main supply to your refrigerator or freezer. To assure that the correct voltage is being
supplied, while the refrigerator or freezer is in operation take a voltage reading at the motorcompressor electrical connections, or as close to the motor-compressor as possible.
All refrigerator or freezer electrical systems are internally grounded.
Temperature Control
Temperature control should be set to maintain a temperature of 38°F (3.3°C) to 40°F (4.4°C) for
refrigerators, and 0°F (-17°C) to -5°F (-20.5°C) for freezers.
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Installation Checklist
After the cabinet has been installed, leveled and cleaned as described, refer to the following
checklist prior to start-up.
Check for proper electrical hook-up.
Check exposed refrigeration line connections for leaks. Make sure refrigeration lines are not dented, kinked or rubbing.
Check condenser fan for freedom to rotate without striking any stationary members.
Check that cabinet is level.
Product Load
After the refrigerator or freezer has been started and reaches the proper storage temperatures,
food may be loaded. For optimum energy efficiency, we recommend allowing a 1-1/2” clearance
between the interior cabinet wall and product load.
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COMMON REPLACEMENT PARTS
Part No.
Description
Quantity
50903601
50903901
50904001
50903701
50903801
10738601
50632101
50632102
50632301
50632201
50632203
50632303
50632304
50180701
50293701
50599402
50909501
50909601
50617102
50616802
50616802
50617203
50616902
50616902
50639401
50910501
50879501
50879502
50520102
50520103
50520104
50520105
50520106
10516501
50110001
Heat Exchanger Assembly 1 Section Refrigerator
Heat Exchanger Assembly 2 Section Refrigerator
Heat Exchanger Assembly 3 Section Refrigerator
Heat Exchanger Assembly 1 Section Freezer
Heat Exchanger Assembly 2 Section Freezer
Heat Exchanger Assembly 3 Section Freezer
Electronic Control, Refrigerator
Electronic Control, Freezer
Display, Blue, W/O Buttons
Temperature Sensor Cable 3 Pole 3 Ft.
Defrost Sensor Cable, 2 Pole 3 Ft.
Display Cable, 59”
Electronic Temperature Control Knob
Accumulator (1 Section Refrigerator & Freezer)
Accumulator (2 & 3 Section Refrigerator & Freezer)
Defrost Heater Safety Switch
Defrost Heater 1 Section Freezer 115V 300W
Defrost Heater 2 & 3 Section Freezer 115V 600W
Evaporator Coil, 84E10 (1 Section Refrigerator)
Evaporator Coil, 84E21 (2 Section Refrigerator)
Evaporator Coil, 84E21 (3 Section Refrigerator)
Evaporator Coil, 86E10 (1 Section Freezer)
Evaporator Coil, 86E21 (2 Section Freezer)
Evaporator Coil, 86E21 (3 Section Freezer)
Evaporator Fan Motor
Drier, Filter
Door Gasket, Long Door
Door Gasket, Half Door
Hinge Barrel
Hinge Base
Hinge Shim
Hinge Cover
Hinge Cam
Hinge Switch Ass’y, Door
Lens, Interior
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet (freezer only)
1 per cabinet (freezer only)
1 per cabinet (freezer only)
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per cabinet
1 per single section, 2 or 3 per two section
1 per cabinet
1 per door
1 per door
2 per door
2 per door
2 per door
2 per door
2 per door
1 per door
1 per cabinet
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Cabinet Cleaning
Victory Refrigeration recommends periodic internal and exterior cleaning as outlined below.
Daily Exterior Cleaning
1. Clean surface with a sponge and cleaning solution. Use a non-abrasive cleaner that does not contain chlorine.
2.
Polish with a soft cloth, wiping with the grain of the metal.
3.
Once a week wipe with a film cutting agent to maintain shine.
Weekly Interior Cleaning
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove all food, food related items and shelves.
Turn the unit off.
Remove loose food particles from interior floors, walls and ceiling.
Scrub all interior surfaces with warm detergent solution 100 °F - 120°F (38°C - 39°C) and a nylon bristled brush. Rinse with clear water and allow to air dry.
Reinstall shelves.
Return power (electrical) to unit by resetting circuit breaker.
Return food to cabinet when temperature indicator reaches safety zone.
Condenser Maintenance
To keep your cabinet running efficiently, it is recommended that you clean the condenser once
every three months. However, once a month is recommended if the unit is located near cooking
equipment which produces grease laden vapors, i.e. fryers, grills, steam kettles, etc.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Disconnect power by switching circuit breaker to “OFF” position.
Remove the front grill by removing the two (2) screws on the inside of the grill at each end, then lift the panel up and straight out.
Use a vacuum cleaner with proper brush attachments to clean the condenser, motor-compressor and related parts. In extreme cases of dust and grease buildup, the condenser fins may require blowing out with compressed air or cleaning with a degreasing agent.
Turn circuit breaker to “ON” position.
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Keep Clean
WARNING: Failure to keep condenser clean may cause premature failure of motor-
compressor which will NOT be covered by warranty.
Lubrication
Unless otherwise specified, all Victory refrigerators are equipped with oilless type motors. The
motor-compressor is a sealed unit and is constantly lubricated when in operation. The condenser
and the evaporator motors are equipped with lifetime oiled bearings which never need to be
oiled.
Installing Replacement Door Gasket (if required)
Removing
Beginning at one corner, pry gasket loose from the retaining strip. Peel remainder of gasket from
the door and discard.
Replacing
Before replacing, be sure the gasket and door are at room temperature. (If necessary, soak the
gasket in warm water to make it more pliable.) Align new gasket frame on the door retainer strip.
Starting at one corner, press each corner of the gasket into the retainer strip. Once started, the
gasket can be easily inserted around the entire perimeter of the door by simply press rolling into
place.
“Door Gasket &
Retainer Strip”
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BEFORE CALLING SERVICE GUIDE FOR COMMON PROBLEMS
Caution: Disconnect Power Supply Prior To Attempting Any Service!
PROBLEM
Cabinet not running
Condensing Unit on Refrigerator
or Freezer runs for prolonged
period or continuously
Refrigerator or Freezer cabinet
temperature too high
Cabinet is Noisy
Refrigerator is freezing product
Refrigerator or Freezer Compressor will not start - hums and
trips on overload protector
Door won't close tight
Digital Thermometer displaying
alarm code
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped
Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker
Power cord unplugged
Plug in power cord
Main power switch turned off
Turn power switch on
Improper voltage supplied to cabinet(voltage
does not match Data-Plate)
Correct supply voltage (remove extension cords or other equipment on
circuit, etc.
Thermostat set too high
Set thermostat to lower temperature
Cabinet in defrost cycle
(Freezer models)
Allow defrost cycle to finish
Excessive amount of warm product loaded in
cabinet
Allow adequate time for product to cool down
No product in cabinet
Load cabinet with product
Prolonged door opening or door ajar
Make sure door is closed when not in use. Avoid prolonged door openings
Door gasket not sealing properly
Check door gasket condition. Adjust door or replace gasket
Dirty condenser coil
Clean the condenser coil
Improper air flow around Condensing Unit
Evaporator coil blocked with ice
Insure adequate air space, relocate away from heat generating equipment, direct sunlight, or direct path of air conditioning or heating ducts
Evaporator coil blocked with ice
Turn unit off and allow coil to defrost. Make sure thermostat is not set
too cold and that door gasket is sealing properly
Thermostat set too high
Set thermostat to lower temperature
Poor air circulation in cabinet
Re-arrange product to allow proper air circulation
Excessive amount of warm product loaded in
cabinet
Allow adequate time for product to cool down
Prolonged door opening or door ajar Dirty
condenser coil
Make sure door is closed when not in use. Avoid prolonged door openings
Dirty condenser coil
Clean the condenser coil
Insufficient clearance around cabinet or excessively high ambient temperature
Insure adequate air space, relocate away from heat generating equipment (ovens, fryers, heating ducts, etc.), and out of direct sunlight
Evaporator coil blocked with ice
Turn unit off and allow coil to defrost. Make sure thermostat is not set
too cold and that door gasket is sealing properly
Part(s) loose
Locate and tighten loose part(s)
Tubing Vibrating
Insure tubing is free from contact with other tubing or components
Thermostat set too low
Set thermostat to higher temperature
Cabinet overloaded with product
Remove or re-arrange product
Dirty condenser coil
Clean the condenser coil
Excessive heat generated from nearby equipment
Relocate cabinet or adjust heat generating equipment
Voltage to cabinet too high or too low
Check and correct supply voltage
Cabinet is not level
Level cabinet by adjusting legs or shimming casters
Door is not seated properly in hinge
Adjust door hinges by lifting slightly or rotating and re-seating
E1: Sensor 1 defect
Call Factory
E4: Compressor fault
Call Factory
E5: Heater fault
Call Factory
E6: Pot fault
Call Factory
Ulo: Supply Voltage low
Check Supply Voltage
Uhi: Supply Voltage high
Check Supply Voltage
Hi: High Temperature Alarm
See Refrigerator or Freezer cabinet temperature too high Above
Lo: Low Temperature Alarm
See "Refrigerator is freezing product" Above
E13: Communication error
Call Factory
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NOTES
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1, 2 & 3 SECTION REFRIGERATOR
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1 & 2 SECTION FREEZER
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3 SECTION FREEZER
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11 0 Wo o d c r e s t R o a d , C h e r r y H i l l , N J 0 8 0 0 3
Phone: (856) 428-4200
Fax: (856) 428-7299 Website: www.victory-refrig.com
E-Mail: parts@victory-refrig.com
order-entry@victory-refrig.com service@victory-refrig.com
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