Marvel 60RDE Specifications

M A R V E L R E F R I G E R AT E D D R AW E R S
Installation
Operation
and
Maintenance
Instructions
24" Refrigerated Drawer
60RDE
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Marvel Industries
P.O. Box 997
Richmond, IN
47375-0997
800.428.6644
l i f e . l u x u r y. m a r v e l ™.
41010409 Rev. A
All specifications and product designs subject to change without notice. Such
revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements
additions, replacements or compensation for previously purchased products.
NOTES
S TA R T I N G O U T
O B TA I N I N G S E R V I C E
If You Do Need Service
If you do need service, contact your dealer or the
manufacturer. In any correspondence, refer to the
model number and serial number of your unit.
Retain you proof of purchase. You may want to
record these numbers in the space below.
For Your Records
How to Obtain Service
Your refrigerated drawer requires little service
because the best and most up to date materials,
equipment and quality methods are employed
throughout the manufacturing process.
If trouble occurs during normal operation, first
check the troubleshooting chart in this manual to
see if any of these simple steps may correct the
problem. If service becomes necessary:
1. If the product is within the first year warranty
period, please call Marvel Customer Service
at 800-428-6644 for directions on how to
obtain warranty coverage in your area.
Date of purchase
Dealer’s Name
Dealer’s Address
Dealer’s City
Dealer’s State
Zip
Appliance Serial Number
Model Number
Date Warranty Card Sent (Must be within 10 Days of Purchase)
Remove Packaging
Your refrigerated drawer has been packed for
shipment with all parts that could be damaged by
movement securely fastened. Before installing the
refrigerated drawer, be sure all packing materials
and tape have been removed.
2. If the product is outside of the first year
warranty period, Marvel Customer Service
can provide recommendations of service
centers in your area. A listing of authorized
service centers is also available at
www.marvelindustries.com under the service
and support option.
3. In all correspondence regarding service, be
sure to give the model number, serial number
and proof of purchase.
4. Try to have information or description of the
nature of the problem, how long the unit has
been running, the room temperature, water
temperatures and any additional information
that may be helpful in quickly solving the
problem.
Important
Keep your carton packaging until your refrigerated
drawer has been thoroughly inspected and found to
be in good condition. If there is damage, the
packaging will be needed as proof of damage in
transit.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SEND IN
YOUR WARRANTY RECORD CARD
IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKING DELIVERY
OF YOUR REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE.
Normal Responsibilities of the Owner
• All Freight charges
• Damage sustained in transit
• Mileage charge(s) for service calls
• Proper installation including installation
of leveling legs
• Leveling of unit
• Alterations to original equipment
• Cleaning and normal
outline in this manual
maintenance
Note to Customer
This merchandise was carefully packed and
thoroughly inspected before leaving our plant.
Responsibility for its safe delivery was assumed by
the carrier upon acceptance of the shipment. As
directed on the side of your packing carton, claims
for loss or damage sustained in transit must be
made on the carrier as follows:
Exterior Damage
Make thorough damage notation on your delivery
receipt and have driver acknowledge by signature
and date. Send a written request asking for an
inspection report from carrier. Include the name of
carrier representative and the date the inspection
was requested. Retain inspection report and
receipt for filing of a claim.
Concealed Damage
This must be reported to the carrier within fifteen
days. Obtain inspection report from the carrier.
Retain the inspection report for filing the claim.
DO NOT RETURN DAMAGED MERCHANDISE TO
THE MANUFACTURER – FILE THE CLAIM WITH THE
CARRIER.
60RDE Refrigerated Drawer Specifications
Dimensions WxHxD (in.)
Weight
Capacity
Temperature
Power Supply
supplied with a 15 amp plug
9
237/8 x 34 x 241/4
170 lbs.
5.8 cubic feet
33–47°F
115V
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I N S TA L L AT I O N
TROUBLESHOOTING
Select Location
The proper location will ensure peak performance
of your appliance. Choose a location away from
heat and out of direct sunlight. Best performance
will be maintained when installed within the
following parameters:
Ideal Ambient Temperature Range*
Built-in
55°– 80°F
Freestanding
55°– 90°F
* Appliance will not perform correctly in ambient temperatures less than 55°F.
Cabinet Clearance
Ventilation is required from the bottom front section
of the unit where the grille is located. Keep this
area open and clear of any obstructions. Adjacent
cabinets and countertop can be installed on top,
back and sides of the unit as long as grille and
drawer access remain unobstructed. An opening of
24" is required between cabinets and a depth of
24".
Make certain that the leveling legs supplied with
the refrigerated drawer are installed according to
the instructions. Leveling adjustments can be made
by raising or lowering the glides on the bottom of
the unit.
DISCONNECT POWER SOURCE BEFORE
ADJUSTING LEVELING LEGS.
Important Safety Issue
A cabinet “anti-tip” device is mounted to the back
of your refrigerated drawer. If your installation is a
built-in undercounter application, you do not need
to apply this feature. If your installation is a freestanding application with no countertop directly
above the top of the unit, you must apply this
feature to prevent the unit from tipping forward
when the drawers are pulled out. The “anti-tip”
device is attached to the back of the cabinet. Please
see installation instructions supplied with the “antitip” device.
Electrical Connection
Check the serial nameplate for the correct power
supply. Use only the electrical power supply
specified on the serial nameplate. DO NOT USE
AN EXTENSION CORD.
Grounding Method
This product is factory equipped with a power
supply cord that has a three-pronged, grounded
plug. It must be plugged into a mating grounding
type receptacle in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and applicable local codes and
ordinances. It is the customer’s responsibility and
obligation to provide the proper grounding type
receptacle. The third ground prong should not,
under any circumstances, be cut or removed. (See
figure 2) All U.L. listed refrigerated products are
equipped with this type of plug.
Problem
Possible Causes/Solutions
Odor in cabinet
•
Interior needs cleaning
Noisy operation
•
Cabinet not level
•
Weak floor
•
Cabinet not level
•
Weak floor
•
Tube burned out
•
No power at outlet
•
”ON/OFF” button pressed
•
Line cord not plugged in
•
No power at electrical outlet
•
House fuse blown
•
Prolonged door openings
•
Control set too cold
•
Condenser needs cleaning
•
Too many door openings
•
Prolonged door openings
•
Hot, humid weather increases condensation
•
Control improperly set
•
Hot, humid weather increases condensation. As
Cabinet vibrates
Cabinet light not working
Appliance will not run
Appliance runs too long
Moisture collects inside
Moisture collects on
outside surface
Interior too hot/too cold
25.82
23.88
21.81
23.88
Before Calling for Service
Before calling for service, check the troubleshooting table on this page. This table lists possible
problems that you can remedy without difficulty to
avoid an unnecessary service call.
humidity decreases, moisture will disappear.
•
Control improperly set
•
Control improperly set
•
Faulty thermometer
•
Relocate thermometer to center of cabinet and
recheck
15.13
Sentry System activated
34.00
figure 2
•
See “Warning Alarms” on page 4
•
See “Alpha Control ‘Quick’ Reference”
•
Temperature alarm may occur after user selected
temperature set-point changes in excess of 10
degrees F or during heavy usage conditions.
15.13
This is normal and not a fault of the appliance.
The Sentry System is monitoring the duration of
3.5
figure 1
3
THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT, UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES, BE UNGROUNDED
large swings in temperature to protect your
contents, and may alert you to this event. See
“Reset Alarms” section on page 4.
Help Prevent Tragedies
Each year children die because they climb inside a
discarded refrigeration product, get trapped inside
and suffocate. Take precautions to prevent such
tragedies by removing the door, taping or chaining
it shut before discarding.
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O P E R AT I O N
Step 3
Size the Overlay Panel
figure 3
23.63
14.63
15.19
7.59
.56
.56
11.81
23.06
Step 4
Attach the Overlay Panel to the Door
1. Set the overlay panel on drawer front face and
align edges. Clamp panel in position and mark
pilot hole locations. See Step 3 for nominal size
and hole locations. Drill pilot holes. Remove
panel if necessary, then realign and re-clamp
overlay to drawer face.
2. Insert wood screws through clearance holes and
tighten to secure overlay panel.
3. Reinstall gasket into channel. Make sure the
corners are inserted fully.
Step 5
Reattach Drawer Front to Drawer Body
1. Align mounting holes on drawer body with
mounting holes on drawer front. Align the door
liner to the front flanges by using the erasable
marker alignment lines that were applied prior
to removing the door from the drawer in Step 2.
Reinstall phillips head screws and washers.
Snug down, but do not tighten fully; final
adjustment of drawer front will be done after
reinstalling the drawer.
7
figure 8
Step 6
Reinstall the Drawer
1. Fully extend drawer slides and place drawer on
slides. Be sure that drawer sits evenly on both
slides.
2. Lock drawers into drawer slides. Push drawer
locks down and then back to relock the drawer
into the slide.
Step 7
Adjust Drawer Front
1. Adjust drawer front to achieve a 1/8" gap from
the top of the drawer front to the top of the
cabinet or (for bottom drawers) 1/8" from the
top of the drawer front to the bottom of the top
drawer, the drawer front should be centered
between the cabinet edges.
2. Fully tighten phillips head screws to complete
overlay panel installation.
Start Your Appliance
Your appliance will start upon initial plug-in. The LED
will flash amber upon this initial plug-in due to your
unit being powered-on at the factory to verify
performance and then powered-off. The Sentry system
senses a power outage has occurred and relays this
information to you when you initially power-on your
appliance. This is normal and pressing the
“ON/OFF” button will reset this alarm function.
Interior Light
The upper and lower interior lights make it easy to
view your food and beverages. The light will always
come on when either drawer is opened.
If your appliance’s control has been shut-off i.e., unit
plugged in, interior lights operate, display blank,
unit must be turned on. To turn on your appliance,
push and hold for 5 seconds, the “ON/OFF” button
located on the display panel. (See figure 3) Once
products are loaded, allow at least 48 hours for the
unit to stabilize before making any adjustments to
the initial setting.
Door Ajar Alarm
If a drawer has been left open for over 5 minutes the
alarm will sound and the LED will flash green. This
will stop as soon as the drawer is closed.
Set Your Temperature Mode
This product can display either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
To do this press the ”°F/C“ button on display panel.
Set the Controls
The available temperature range of the unit is from
33° to 47°F. The temperature set-point is initially set
in the factory at 38°F. The temperature set-point can
be lowered or raised by first pushing the “Set” button
on the display pad. A “SET” icon will be displayed.
This icon will turn off 10 second after completing
your adjustments. Pushing either the “Warmer” or
“Colder” buttons located on the inside of the unit on
the display pad will raise or lower the set
temperature by one degree F or C (depending on
your setting). As with any refrigeration product, there
is a slight temperature variance at different locations
within the cabinet.
Adjustable Temperature Control
The temperature control is fully adjustable from 33°
to 47°F. The range allows flexibility of temperature
preferences and provides the ideal storing and
serving temperatures.
Warning Alarms
Your unit has been fitted with a Sentry system. This
sentry will let you know if your unit is not functioning
properly for optimum food and beverage storage.
High and Low Temperature
If your unit reaches temperatures outside normal
operating temperatures for your set-point for about
one (1) hour duration, an alarm will sound and the
LED will flash red. This will warn you that your food
and beverages have seen temperatures that may not
be conducive for long term storage.
Power Failure
If your unit experiences a power failure the LED will
flash amber until the alarm is reset.
Reset Alarms
Press the “ON/OFF” button for approximately one
second. This will reset all audible and display alarms.
Sabbath Mode
Your appliance is equipped with a Sabbath mode.
By activating this mode you will be disabling all
displays, audible alarms and lights. The system will
be overridden with a random control. To activate the
Sabbath mode press and hold the “Set” button while
pressing the ”°F/C“ button 7 times within 7 seconds.
To disable the Sabbath mode repeat the process.
The Sabbath mode will deactivate after 96 hours.
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Condenser
The condenser tubing inside the cabinet does not
require frequent cleaning; however, satisfactory
cooling depends on adequate ventilation over the
coils. Be sure that nothing obstructs the required air
flow openings in front of the cabinet. At least once
or twice a year brush or vacuum lint and dirt from
the grille. Also at least once or twice a year, brush
or vacuum the condenser for efficient performance
by unscrewing the grille on the bottom front of the
cabinet.
Interior
Clean the drawer gaskets as well as the inside of
the drawers with mild soap and water. Do not use
an abrasive powder, solvent, polish cleaner or undiluted detergent.
Cabinet
The painted cabinet can be washed with mild soap
and water, a baking soda solution or mild scouring
powder.
F U L L O V E R L AY PA N E L I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
Gastronorm Container System
For additional convenience, optional Gastronorm
food storage containers can be purchased from
your dealer. These stainless steel containers can be
used to easily access smaller food items and are
dishwasher safe. For further information visit
Marvel’s website at www.MarvelIndustries.com.
Step 1:
Determine Wood Screw Requirements
1. A #8 pan head wood screw should be used to
properly secure the overlay panel. A total of 8
screws will be needed.
Drawer Organizer
The Drawer Organizer is designed to be fully
adjustable to compensate for bottles and other
items of different sizes. The Drawer Organizer can
be adjusted left and right or up and down by
turning the knob counter clockwise.
3. Do not select a screw that is longer than the
wood thickness at the screw locations.
2. Use only pan head screws.
4. Use recommended pilot holes for the frame
material (see chart below).
Help Prevent Tragedies
Each year children die because they climb inside a
discarded refrigeration product, get trapped inside
and suffocate. Take precautions to prevent such
tragedies by removing the door, taping or chaining
it shut before discarding.
figure 52
figure
Step 2
Remove Drawer Fronts
(Note: The overlay panel may be installed without
removing the drawer fronts from the drawer bodies,
but the full drawer assembly is not as easy to
handle as the drawer front alone.)
figure 41
figure
Care of Unit
1. Avoid leaning on the drawer fronts, you may
bend the door hinge or tip the unit.
2. Exercise caution when sweeping, vacuuming or
mopping near the front of the unit. Damage to
the grille can occur.
figure 6
figure 3
3. Periodically clean the interior of the unit as needed.
4. Periodically check and/or clean the front grille
and condenser coils as needed.
5/16 PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS
HOLDING DRAWER FRONT
GASKET
figure 7
5
Pilot Hole Drill Sizes for Wood Screws
Material Type
Wood Screw Size
Work Material
8
Hardwood
3/32
Softwood
5/64
1. Remove drawer from unit. Begin by pulling out
the drawer. Locate the drawer lock which can be
found on the outside of the cabinet slide. (Figure
4) Push the back of the drawer lock forward and
then down, releasing the drawer from the
cabinet slide. (Figure 5) Repeat this on the
opposite side of the drawer. Lift the drawer up
from the slides at a 90° angle to fully extricate
the drawer from the cabinet. (Figure 6)
2. Remove drawer fronts. Do this by removing the
8 phillips screws and washers securing the
drawer front to the drawer body. (Figure 7) Mark
lightly with an erasable marker the position of
the stainless drawer liner as it is secured to the
stainless drawer before removing screws.
3. Remove the gasket from the drawer front. Do this
by pulling the gasket out of the channel that
holds it to the drawer front. This will expose the
clearance holes for mounting the overlay panel.
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Condenser
The condenser tubing inside the cabinet does not
require frequent cleaning; however, satisfactory
cooling depends on adequate ventilation over the
coils. Be sure that nothing obstructs the required air
flow openings in front of the cabinet. At least once
or twice a year brush or vacuum lint and dirt from
the grille. Also at least once or twice a year, brush
or vacuum the condenser for efficient performance
by unscrewing the grille on the bottom front of the
cabinet.
Interior
Clean the drawer gaskets as well as the inside of
the drawers with mild soap and water. Do not use
an abrasive powder, solvent, polish cleaner or undiluted detergent.
Cabinet
The painted cabinet can be washed with mild soap
and water, a baking soda solution or mild scouring
powder.
F U L L O V E R L AY PA N E L I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
Gastronorm Container System
For additional convenience, optional Gastronorm
food storage containers can be purchased from
your dealer. These stainless steel containers can be
used to easily access smaller food items and are
dishwasher safe. For further information visit
Marvel’s website at www.MarvelIndustries.com.
Step 1:
Determine Wood Screw Requirements
1. A #8 pan head wood screw should be used to
properly secure the overlay panel. A total of 8
screws will be needed.
Drawer Organizer
The Drawer Organizer is designed to be fully
adjustable to compensate for bottles and other
items of different sizes. The Drawer Organizer can
be adjusted left and right or up and down by
turning the knob counter clockwise.
3. Do not select a screw that is longer than the
wood thickness at the screw locations.
2. Use only pan head screws.
4. Use recommended pilot holes for the frame
material (see chart below).
Help Prevent Tragedies
Each year children die because they climb inside a
discarded refrigeration product, get trapped inside
and suffocate. Take precautions to prevent such
tragedies by removing the door, taping or chaining
it shut before discarding.
figure 52
figure
Step 2
Remove Drawer Fronts
(Note: The overlay panel may be installed without
removing the drawer fronts from the drawer bodies,
but the full drawer assembly is not as easy to
handle as the drawer front alone.)
figure 41
figure
Care of Unit
1. Avoid leaning on the drawer fronts, you may
bend the door hinge or tip the unit.
2. Exercise caution when sweeping, vacuuming or
mopping near the front of the unit. Damage to
the grille can occur.
figure 6
figure 3
3. Periodically clean the interior of the unit as needed.
4. Periodically check and/or clean the front grille
and condenser coils as needed.
5/16 PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS
HOLDING DRAWER FRONT
GASKET
figure 7
5
Pilot Hole Drill Sizes for Wood Screws
Material Type
Wood Screw Size
Work Material
8
Hardwood
3/32
Softwood
5/64
1. Remove drawer from unit. Begin by pulling out
the drawer. Locate the drawer lock which can be
found on the outside of the cabinet slide. (Figure
4) Push the back of the drawer lock forward and
then down, releasing the drawer from the
cabinet slide. (Figure 5) Repeat this on the
opposite side of the drawer. Lift the drawer up
from the slides at a 90° angle to fully extricate
the drawer from the cabinet. (Figure 6)
2. Remove drawer fronts. Do this by removing the
8 phillips screws and washers securing the
drawer front to the drawer body. (Figure 7) Mark
lightly with an erasable marker the position of
the stainless drawer liner as it is secured to the
stainless drawer before removing screws.
3. Remove the gasket from the drawer front. Do this
by pulling the gasket out of the channel that
holds it to the drawer front. This will expose the
clearance holes for mounting the overlay panel.
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O P E R AT I O N
Step 3
Size the Overlay Panel
figure 3
23.63
14.63
15.19
7.59
.56
.56
11.81
23.06
Step 4
Attach the Overlay Panel to the Door
1. Set the overlay panel on drawer front face and
align edges. Clamp panel in position and mark
pilot hole locations. See Step 3 for nominal size
and hole locations. Drill pilot holes. Remove
panel if necessary, then realign and re-clamp
overlay to drawer face.
2. Insert wood screws through clearance holes and
tighten to secure overlay panel.
3. Reinstall gasket into channel. Make sure the
corners are inserted fully.
Step 5
Reattach Drawer Front to Drawer Body
1. Align mounting holes on drawer body with
mounting holes on drawer front. Align the door
liner to the front flanges by using the erasable
marker alignment lines that were applied prior
to removing the door from the drawer in Step 2.
Reinstall phillips head screws and washers.
Snug down, but do not tighten fully; final
adjustment of drawer front will be done after
reinstalling the drawer.
7
figure 8
Step 6
Reinstall the Drawer
1. Fully extend drawer slides and place drawer on
slides. Be sure that drawer sits evenly on both
slides.
2. Lock drawers into drawer slides. Push drawer
locks down and then back to relock the drawer
into the slide.
Step 7
Adjust Drawer Front
1. Adjust drawer front to achieve a 1/8" gap from
the top of the drawer front to the top of the
cabinet or (for bottom drawers) 1/8" from the
top of the drawer front to the bottom of the top
drawer, the drawer front should be centered
between the cabinet edges.
2. Fully tighten phillips head screws to complete
overlay panel installation.
Start Your Appliance
Your appliance will start upon initial plug-in. The LED
will flash amber upon this initial plug-in due to your
unit being powered-on at the factory to verify
performance and then powered-off. The Sentry system
senses a power outage has occurred and relays this
information to you when you initially power-on your
appliance. This is normal and pressing the
“ON/OFF” button will reset this alarm function.
Interior Light
The upper and lower interior lights make it easy to
view your food and beverages. The light will always
come on when either drawer is opened.
If your appliance’s control has been shut-off i.e., unit
plugged in, interior lights operate, display blank,
unit must be turned on. To turn on your appliance,
push and hold for 5 seconds, the “ON/OFF” button
located on the display panel. (See figure 3) Once
products are loaded, allow at least 48 hours for the
unit to stabilize before making any adjustments to
the initial setting.
Door Ajar Alarm
If a drawer has been left open for over 5 minutes the
alarm will sound and the LED will flash green. This
will stop as soon as the drawer is closed.
Set Your Temperature Mode
This product can display either Fahrenheit or Celsius.
To do this press the ”°F/C“ button on display panel.
Set the Controls
The available temperature range of the unit is from
33° to 47°F. The temperature set-point is initially set
in the factory at 38°F. The temperature set-point can
be lowered or raised by first pushing the “Set” button
on the display pad. A “SET” icon will be displayed.
This icon will turn off 10 second after completing
your adjustments. Pushing either the “Warmer” or
“Colder” buttons located on the inside of the unit on
the display pad will raise or lower the set
temperature by one degree F or C (depending on
your setting). As with any refrigeration product, there
is a slight temperature variance at different locations
within the cabinet.
Adjustable Temperature Control
The temperature control is fully adjustable from 33°
to 47°F. The range allows flexibility of temperature
preferences and provides the ideal storing and
serving temperatures.
Warning Alarms
Your unit has been fitted with a Sentry system. This
sentry will let you know if your unit is not functioning
properly for optimum food and beverage storage.
High and Low Temperature
If your unit reaches temperatures outside normal
operating temperatures for your set-point for about
one (1) hour duration, an alarm will sound and the
LED will flash red. This will warn you that your food
and beverages have seen temperatures that may not
be conducive for long term storage.
Power Failure
If your unit experiences a power failure the LED will
flash amber until the alarm is reset.
Reset Alarms
Press the “ON/OFF” button for approximately one
second. This will reset all audible and display alarms.
Sabbath Mode
Your appliance is equipped with a Sabbath mode.
By activating this mode you will be disabling all
displays, audible alarms and lights. The system will
be overridden with a random control. To activate the
Sabbath mode press and hold the “Set” button while
pressing the ”°F/C“ button 7 times within 7 seconds.
To disable the Sabbath mode repeat the process.
The Sabbath mode will deactivate after 96 hours.
4
I N S TA L L AT I O N
TROUBLESHOOTING
Select Location
The proper location will ensure peak performance
of your appliance. Choose a location away from
heat and out of direct sunlight. Best performance
will be maintained when installed within the
following parameters:
Ideal Ambient Temperature Range*
Built-in
55°– 80°F
Freestanding
55°– 90°F
* Appliance will not perform correctly in ambient temperatures less than 55°F.
Cabinet Clearance
Ventilation is required from the bottom front section
of the unit where the grille is located. Keep this
area open and clear of any obstructions. Adjacent
cabinets and countertop can be installed on top,
back and sides of the unit as long as grille and
drawer access remain unobstructed. An opening of
24" is required between cabinets and a depth of
24".
Make certain that the leveling legs supplied with
the refrigerated drawer are installed according to
the instructions. Leveling adjustments can be made
by raising or lowering the glides on the bottom of
the unit.
DISCONNECT POWER SOURCE BEFORE
ADJUSTING LEVELING LEGS.
Important Safety Issue
A cabinet “anti-tip” device is mounted to the back
of your refrigerated drawer. If your installation is a
built-in undercounter application, you do not need
to apply this feature. If your installation is a freestanding application with no countertop directly
above the top of the unit, you must apply this
feature to prevent the unit from tipping forward
when the drawers are pulled out. The “anti-tip”
device is attached to the back of the cabinet. Please
see installation instructions supplied with the “antitip” device.
Electrical Connection
Check the serial nameplate for the correct power
supply. Use only the electrical power supply
specified on the serial nameplate. DO NOT USE
AN EXTENSION CORD.
Grounding Method
This product is factory equipped with a power
supply cord that has a three-pronged, grounded
plug. It must be plugged into a mating grounding
type receptacle in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and applicable local codes and
ordinances. It is the customer’s responsibility and
obligation to provide the proper grounding type
receptacle. The third ground prong should not,
under any circumstances, be cut or removed. (See
figure 2) All U.L. listed refrigerated products are
equipped with this type of plug.
Problem
Possible Causes/Solutions
Odor in cabinet
•
Interior needs cleaning
Noisy operation
•
Cabinet not level
•
Weak floor
•
Cabinet not level
•
Weak floor
•
Tube burned out
•
No power at outlet
•
”ON/OFF” button pressed
•
Line cord not plugged in
•
No power at electrical outlet
•
House fuse blown
•
Prolonged door openings
•
Control set too cold
•
Condenser needs cleaning
•
Too many door openings
•
Prolonged door openings
•
Hot, humid weather increases condensation
•
Control improperly set
•
Hot, humid weather increases condensation. As
Cabinet vibrates
Cabinet light not working
Appliance will not run
Appliance runs too long
Moisture collects inside
Moisture collects on
outside surface
Interior too hot/too cold
25.82
23.88
21.81
23.88
Before Calling for Service
Before calling for service, check the troubleshooting table on this page. This table lists possible
problems that you can remedy without difficulty to
avoid an unnecessary service call.
humidity decreases, moisture will disappear.
•
Control improperly set
•
Control improperly set
•
Faulty thermometer
•
Relocate thermometer to center of cabinet and
recheck
15.13
Sentry System activated
34.00
figure 2
•
See “Warning Alarms” on page 4
•
See “Alpha Control ‘Quick’ Reference”
•
Temperature alarm may occur after user selected
temperature set-point changes in excess of 10
degrees F or during heavy usage conditions.
15.13
This is normal and not a fault of the appliance.
The Sentry System is monitoring the duration of
3.5
figure 1
3
THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT, UNDER ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES, BE UNGROUNDED
large swings in temperature to protect your
contents, and may alert you to this event. See
“Reset Alarms” section on page 4.
Help Prevent Tragedies
Each year children die because they climb inside a
discarded refrigeration product, get trapped inside
and suffocate. Take precautions to prevent such
tragedies by removing the door, taping or chaining
it shut before discarding.
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S TA R T I N G O U T
O B TA I N I N G S E R V I C E
If You Do Need Service
If you do need service, contact your dealer or the
manufacturer. In any correspondence, refer to the
model number and serial number of your unit.
Retain you proof of purchase. You may want to
record these numbers in the space below.
For Your Records
How to Obtain Service
Your refrigerated drawer requires little service
because the best and most up to date materials,
equipment and quality methods are employed
throughout the manufacturing process.
If trouble occurs during normal operation, first
check the troubleshooting chart in this manual to
see if any of these simple steps may correct the
problem. If service becomes necessary:
1. If the product is within the first year warranty
period, please call Marvel Customer Service
at 800-428-6644 for directions on how to
obtain warranty coverage in your area.
Date of purchase
Dealer’s Name
Dealer’s Address
Dealer’s City
Dealer’s State
Zip
Appliance Serial Number
Model Number
Date Warranty Card Sent (Must be within 10 Days of Purchase)
Remove Packaging
Your refrigerated drawer has been packed for
shipment with all parts that could be damaged by
movement securely fastened. Before installing the
refrigerated drawer, be sure all packing materials
and tape have been removed.
2. If the product is outside of the first year
warranty period, Marvel Customer Service
can provide recommendations of service
centers in your area. A listing of authorized
service centers is also available at
www.marvelindustries.com under the service
and support option.
3. In all correspondence regarding service, be
sure to give the model number, serial number
and proof of purchase.
4. Try to have information or description of the
nature of the problem, how long the unit has
been running, the room temperature, water
temperatures and any additional information
that may be helpful in quickly solving the
problem.
Important
Keep your carton packaging until your refrigerated
drawer has been thoroughly inspected and found to
be in good condition. If there is damage, the
packaging will be needed as proof of damage in
transit.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SEND IN
YOUR WARRANTY RECORD CARD
IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKING DELIVERY
OF YOUR REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE.
Normal Responsibilities of the Owner
• All Freight charges
• Damage sustained in transit
• Mileage charge(s) for service calls
• Proper installation including installation
of leveling legs
• Leveling of unit
• Alterations to original equipment
• Cleaning and normal
outline in this manual
maintenance
Note to Customer
This merchandise was carefully packed and
thoroughly inspected before leaving our plant.
Responsibility for its safe delivery was assumed by
the carrier upon acceptance of the shipment. As
directed on the side of your packing carton, claims
for loss or damage sustained in transit must be
made on the carrier as follows:
Exterior Damage
Make thorough damage notation on your delivery
receipt and have driver acknowledge by signature
and date. Send a written request asking for an
inspection report from carrier. Include the name of
carrier representative and the date the inspection
was requested. Retain inspection report and
receipt for filing of a claim.
Concealed Damage
This must be reported to the carrier within fifteen
days. Obtain inspection report from the carrier.
Retain the inspection report for filing the claim.
DO NOT RETURN DAMAGED MERCHANDISE TO
THE MANUFACTURER – FILE THE CLAIM WITH THE
CARRIER.
60RDE Refrigerated Drawer Specifications
Dimensions WxHxD (in.)
Weight
Capacity
Temperature
Power Supply
supplied with a 15 amp plug
9
237/8 x 34 x 241/4
170 lbs.
5.8 cubic feet
33–47°F
115V
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WA R R A N T Y
E n t i r e P ro d u c t
L i m i t e d O n e Ye a r P a r t s a n d L a b o r
Wa r r a n t y
Marvel warrants that it will supply all necessary
parts and labor to repair or replace in the end
user’s home or office, any component which proves
to be defective in material or workmanship, subject
to the condition and exclusions stated below, for a
period of one year from the date of purchase by
the end user.
A d d i t i o n a l S e c o n d T h ro u g h F i f t h Ye a r
L i m i t e d P a r t s O n l y Wa rr a n t y
During the four years following expiration of the
one year limited warranty, Marvel will supply
replacement parts for the hermetically sealed refrigeration system which consists of the compressor,
condenser, drier, accumulator, by-pass valve, connecting tubing and the evaporator that are proven
to be defective due to workmanship or materials
subject to the conditions and exclusions below.
The above warranties do not cover:
• Shipping costs of replacement parts or returned
defective parts.
• Customer education or instructions on how to
use the appliance.
• Any content loss due to product failure.
• Removal or installation.
Nor do the above warranties cover failure of this
product or its components due to:
1.Transportation or subsequent damages.
2.Use commercially or use other than normal
household or small office.
3.Improper installation, misuse, abuse, accident or
alteration, use on wiring not conforming to electrical codes, low or high voltages, failure to provide necessary maintenance, or other unreasonable use.
P a rt s o r S e rv i c e
N o t S u p p l i e d o r D e s i g n a t e d b y M a rv e l
The above warranties also do not apply if:
The original bill of sale, deliver date or serial number cannot be verified.
Defective parts are not returned for inspection if so
requested by Marvel.
The refrigeration equipment is not in the possession
of the original end use purchaser.
The warranties set forth herein are the only warranties extended by Marvel Industries. Any implied
warranties, including the implied warranty of merchantability, are limited to the duration of these
express warranties. In no event shall Marvel
Industries be liable for any consequential or incidental damages or expenses resulting from breach
of these or any other warranties, whether express
or implied.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of consequential damages or a limitation on how
long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may
have other rights that may vary from state to state.
No person, firm, or corporation is authorized to
make any other warranty or assume any other obligation for Marvel Industries. These warranties
apply only to products used in any of the fifty states
of the United States and the District of Columbia.
To obtain performance of this warranty, report any
defects to:
M a rv e l I n d u s t r i e s
P. O . B o x 9 9 7
Richmond, Indiana 47375-0997
Phone: 765-962-2521
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M A R V E L R E F R I G E R AT E D D R AW E R S
Installation
Operation
and
Maintenance
Instructions
24" Refrigerated Drawer
60RDE
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Marvel Industries
P.O. Box 997
Richmond, IN
47375-0997
800.428.6644
l i f e . l u x u r y. m a r v e l ™.
41010409 Rev. A
All specifications and product designs subject to change without notice. Such
revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements
additions, replacements or compensation for previously purchased products.