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Compact Refrigerators & Freezers
Service, Installation and Care Manual
Please read this manual completely before attempting to install or operate this equipment!
Notify carrier of damage! Inspect all components immediately. See page 3.
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June 2010
Compact Refrigerators and Freezers Service and Installation Manual
Contents
Receiving & Inspecting Equipment.................................................. 2
Specifications................................................................................... 3
Serial Number Location
The serial number is located on either the right side interior back
wall or under the top nosing directly above the right door.
Installation....................................................................................... 3
Caster Installation............................................................................ 4
Caster/Leg Mounting Detail............................................................. 4
Operation......................................................................................... 5
Door Maintenance............................................................................ 5
Defrosting........................................................................................ 5
Door Hinge Reversal Instructions.................................................... 6
Always have the serial number of your unit available when calling
for parts or service. A complete list of authorized McCall parts
depots is on www.mccallrefrigeration.com.
This manual covers standard units only. If you have a custom
unit, consult the customer service department at 1-888-7322446
Door Hinge Reversal Templates....................................................... 7
Maintenance..................................................................................8-9
Wiring Diagrams............................................................................ 10
Replacement Parts Lists...........................................................11-12
Standard Labor Guidelines............................................................. 13
Manufacturers Limited Warranty................................................... 14
Standard Warranties...................................................................... 15
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Receiving And Inspecting The Equipment
Even though most equipment is shipped crated, care should
be taken during unloading so the equipment is not damaged
while being moved into the building.
1. Visually inspect the exterior of the package and skid or
container. Any damage should be noted and reported to
the delivering carrier immediately.
2. If damaged, open and inspect the contents with the
carrier.
3. In the event that the exterior is not damaged, yet upon
opening, there is concealed damage to the equipment
notify the carrier. Notification should be made verbally
as well as in written form.
4. Request an inspection by the shipping company of the
damaged equipment. This should be done within 10 days
from receipt of the equipment.
5. Check the lower portion of the unit to be sure legs or
casters are not bent.
6. Be sure to check the compressor compartment housing
and visually inspect the refrigeration package. Be sure
lines are secure and base is still intact.
7. Freight carriers can supply the necessary damage forms
upon request.
8. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been
made or waived.
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Specifications
Work top refrigerator or freezer bases with stainless steel top & backsplash
Model
Description
L
D
H
Storage Ft.3
Shelves Ft.2
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
MCCSTR27
refrigerator
27.25”
(69cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
39.50”
(100cm)
5.7
7.2
1/5
7.0
4.0
5-15P
176lbs
(80kg)
MCCSTF27
freezer
27.25”
(69cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
39.50”
(100cm)
5.7
7.2
1/5
7.0
5.8
5-15P
176lbs
(80kg)
MCCSTR48
refrigerator
48.00”
(121.9cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
39.50”
(100cm)
11.4
13.0
1/5
7.0
4.0
5-15P
234lbs
(106kg)
MCCSTF48
freezer
48.00”
(121.9cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
39.50”
(100cm)
11.4
13.0
1/3
7.0
5.8
5-15P
234lbs
(106kg)
NEMA Plug Ship Weight
Undercounter refrigerator or freezer bases with stainless steel top
Model
Description
L
D
H
Storage Ft.3
Shelves Ft.2
H.P.
Refg. Charge
Amp
MCCR27
refrigerator
27.25”
(69cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
35.50”
(90cm)
5.7
7.2
1/5
7.0
4.0
5-15P
176lbs
(80kg)
MCCF27
freezer
27.25”
(69cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
35.50”
(90cm)
5.7
7.2
1/5
7.0
5.8
5-15P
176lbs
(80kg)
MCCR48
refrigerator
48.00”
(122cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
35.50”
(90cm)
11.4
13.0
1/5
7.0
4.0
5-15P
236lbs
(107kg)
MCCF48
freezer
48.00”
(122cm)
28.50”
(72cm)
35.50”
(90cm)
11.4
13.0
1/3
7.0
5.8
5-15P
236lbs
(107kg)
NEMA Plug Ship Weight
Installation
Location
Units represented in this manual are intended for indoor use
only. Be sure the location chosen has a floor strong enough to
support the total weight of the cabinet and contents. Reinforce the
floor as necessary to provide for maximum loading.
For the most efficient refrigeration, be sure to provide good air
circulation inside and out.
Inside cabinet: Do not pack refrigerator so full that air cannot
circulate.
Outside cabinet: Be sure that the unit has access to ample
air. A minimum space of 3” (7.6cm) at the back of the unit
and 1” (2.5cm) at the top and sides is required to conform to
Underwriters Laboratories’ standards. On undercounter units it is
imperative that the proper air flow be maintained. The refrigeration
system is designed so air will flow under the unit, over the
compressor/condenser area, and out at the top rear of the unit.
Avoid hot corners and locations near stoves and ovens.
Any restriction of the proper air flow outlined
above, total or partial, will void the warranty on
the unit.
Leveling
Never stand on the unit! Doing so may result in bodily
injury. They are not designed to hold the weight of an
adult and will collapse if misused in this manner.
Stabilizing
Some models are supplied on casters for your convenience, for
ease of cleaning underneath and mobility.
The unit must be installed in a stable condition
with the front wheels locked. Locking the front
casters after installation is the owner’s and operator’s
responsibility.
Plumbing
Self-contained models are standard with a condensate evaporator.
If, for some reason, a unit does not have a condensate evaporator,
or the evaporator fails, the unit’s drain must have an outlet to an
appropriate drainage area or container.
Moisture collecting from improper drainage can
create a slippery surface on the floor and a hazard to
employees. It is the owner’s responsibility to provide
CAUTION
a container or outlet for drainage.
Electrical connection
A level cabinet will perform better because the drain pan will drain
properly, the doors will line up with the frames and the cabinet will
not be subject to undue strain.
All four legs are adjustable. Adjust each leg until the unit is stable
and level left to right. If necessary adjusting the front legs slightly
higher than the rear by about 1/8” (0.3cm) will help the doors
remain closed.
If the unit is supplied with casters, no adjustments are available.
Ensure the floor where the unit is to be located is level.
Refer to the amperage data on page 3, the serial tag, your
local code or the National Electrical Code to be sure the unit is
connected to the proper power source. A protected circuit of the
correct voltage and amperage must be run for connection of the
line cord, or permanent connection to the unit.
A 7’ (2.1 m) long grounded supply cord and plug are provided
with standard units. Simply plug the unit in to begin operation.
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and the unit
disconnected from the power source whenever
performing service, maintenance functions or
cleaning the refrigerated area.
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Caster Installation
1. Carefully place the unit on its back (see illustration at right).
2. Remove legs by unscrewing them in a counter clockwise direction.
Plate Casters
W/Locks
3. Located on each end of the compressor channel are 4 hex head screws, for a total of
8 screws. Remove them. 8 additional screws are provided with your casters.
4. Place a locking plate caster over one of the front holes, matching the 4 mounting
holes to the pre-drilled holes in the underside of the unit. Insert 4 hex head screws
and tighten. Repeat with the other locking front casters.
Plate Casters
W/O Locks
#14 x .75" Hex Head
Screws #932-1116
5. Repeat step 4 with the non-locking casters in the rear of the unit.
Plate caster installation, 400 & 4000 Series.
6. Carefully lift the unit upright.
WARNING
After installing casters, the unit must stand upright for twenty-four (24)
hours before being powered up to assure oil return to the compressor
sump.
Caster/Leg Mounting Detail
2”, 3” and 5” Caster and Leg Mounting Detail
A universal bolt hole pattern is provided on the bottom of the cabinet. It will accommodate any leg or caster. Simply line up the plate
holes with the corresponding cabinet holes.
2.38”
1.75”
3.40”
0.94”
2.14”
2.82”
NOTE:
If hole pattern on caster/
leg matches the one above
mount in outer set of holes.
NOTE:
If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above mount
in middle set of holes.
NOTE:
If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above mount
in inner set of holes.
6” Leg - 3234569
3” Caster - 3234024
5” Caster - 3234161
2” Caster - 3234148
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Operation
After the unit is connected to power it will automatically begin
operating. With the doors closed, the temperature of the
cabinet should reach 36°F to 40°F (2°C to 4°C) on refrigerators
or 0°F (-18°C) on freezers in about one hour.
Temperature control instruction
Refrigerators: A thermostat located in the evaporator housing
on interior rear of the unit, controls the temperature in the box.
The factory setting for the control is “4” and maintains about
38°F (3°C) in the box. Set toward “1” for higher temperatures
and toward “7” for lower temperatures.
Freezers: A thermostat located in the evaporator housing on
interior rear of the unit, controls the temperature in the box.
The factory setting for the control is “4” and maintains about 3°F (-18°C) in the box. Set toward “1” for higher temperatures
and toward “7” for lower temperatures.
Continuous opening and closing of the doors will hamper the
unit’s ability to maintain optimum refrigeration temperature.
Door Maintenance
Adjusting door hinges
Doors have been adjusted at the factory. If it becomes
necessary to adjust a door, follow these instructions:
1) If the door needs lowering at the handle, use a 5/16” wrench
to loosen the hinge screws and install a spacer outside of
the hinge (see illustration 1). Tighten the screws.
2) If the door needs to be higher at the handle, use a 5/16”
wrench to loosen the hinge screws and install a spacer
inside of the hinge (see illustration 2). Tighten the screws.
Illustration 1:
spacer outside
Illustration 2:
spacer inside
Defrosting
Refrigerators
Refrigerators defrost automatically with every cycle of the
compressor. The water generated is routed to a pan on the
rear of the unit and is evaporated by the heat given off by the
compressor.
Freezers
When defrost control goes into defrost, power to the condensing
unit and evaporator fans is interrupted and the defrost heater
is energized. The defrost heater warms the evaporator coil
thereby melting all frost accumulated during the previous
refrigeration cycle. Once all frost is eliminated, the temperature
of the coil continues to rise until it reaches 27 minutes. The
defrost control switches to refrigeration mode. Defrost will
initiate every six hours.
Turn the screw ONLY in a clockwise direction,
turning the screw counter-clockwise will break
the cam motor.
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Door Hinge Reversal Instructions
Units with reversible doors will have 2 extra screws on the bottom of the door.
Follow these instructions to reverse the door hinging if applicable.
Disconnect power before beginning work.
1. Tip unit back and use a screwdriver to remove the bottom hinge pin. Note
that lock-tight was used during factory installation, so extra force may be
required to “break” the hinge pins loose.
2. Tilt door out from bottom and slide top pin out of the hinge bracket. Remove
top hinge pin.
3. Use a screwdriver to remove 2 screws and handle from top of door.
4. Flip door upside down. Remove two screws, then install the handle using the
screws removed in step 3.
5. Insert the 2 screws removed in step 4 into old screw locations.
Top hinge template up
to unit nosing
6. Remove top and bottom hinge brackets from cabinet face.
7. Use templates (found on the next page) to locate holes as shown to the right.
Use a 1/8” drill for pilot holes being certain to drill through both the face frame
AND the metal backing plate.
8. Install top and bottom hinge brackets in new locations.
9. Install top hinge pin into top of door, then slide top door hinge pin into top
hinge bracket and close door onto cabinet face.
10. Install bottom hinge pin through bottom hinge bracket and into door.
11. Fill the holes in the face frame at original hinge locations with #10 sheet metal
screws (not provided).
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Bottom hinge template
down to unit bottom
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Door Hinge Reversal Templates
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Maintenance
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and the unit
disconnected from the power source whenever
performing service, maintenance functions or
cleaning the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators and Freezers
The interior and exterior can be cleaned using soap and warm
water. If this isn’t sufficient, try ammonia and water or a
nonabrasive liquid cleaner. When cleaning the exterior, always
rub with the “grain” of the stainless steel to avoid marring the
finish.
Do not use an abrasive cleaner because it will scratch the
stainless steel and plastic and can damage the breaker strips
and gaskets.
Cleaning the Condenser Coil
The condenser coil requires regular cleaning, recommended is
every 90 days. In some instances though you may find that
there is a large amount of debris and dust or grease accumulated
prior to the 90 day time frame. In these cases the condenser coil
should be cleaned every 30 days.
If the build up on the coil consists of only light dust and debris
the condenser coil can be cleaned with a simple brush, heavier
dust build up may require a vacuum or even compressed air to
blow through the condenser coil.
If heavy grease is present there are de-greasing agents available
for refrigeration use and specifically for the condenser coils.
The condenser coil may require a spray with the de-greasing
agent and then blown 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 can result in compressor
failures. Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning procedures will
void any warranties associated with the compressor or cost to
replace the compressor.
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several
important steps need to be taken. First, we need to understand
the properties of stainless steel. Stainless steel contains 70-80%
iron which will rust. It also contains 12-30% chromium which
forms an invisible passive film over the steels surface which
acts as a shield against corrosion. As long as the protective
layer is intact, the metal is still stainless. If the film is broken
or contaminated, outside elements can begin to breakdown the
steel and begin to form rust of discoloration.
Proper cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or plastic
scouring pads.
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR
SCRAPERS!
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or non-chloride
cleaners. Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage
the protective film of the stainless steel. 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.
Routine cleaning of stainless steel can be done with soap and
water. Extreme stains or grease should be cleaned with a nonabrasive cleaner and plastic scrub pad. It is always good to
rub with the grain of the steel. There are also stainless steel
cleaners available which can restore and preserve the finish of
the steels protective layer.
Early signs of stainless steel breakdown can consist of small
pits and cracks. If this has begun, clean thoroughly and start to
apply stainless steel cleaners in attempt to restore the passivity
of the steel.
Never use a high pressure water wash for this
cleaning procedure as water can damage the
electrical components located near or at the
condenser coil.
In order to maintain proper refrigeration performance, the
condenser fins must be cleaned of dust, dirt and grease regularly.
It is recommended that this be done at least every three months.
If conditions are such that the condenser is totally blocked in
three months, the frequency of cleaning should be increased.
Clean the condenser with a vacuum cleaner or stiff brush. If
extremely dirty, a commercially available condenser cleaner may
be required.
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Never use an acid based cleaning solution!
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 items include, tomatoes, peppers and
other vegetables.
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Maintenance continued
If your freezer seems to vibrate excessively when the
compressor is running, loosen (but do not remove) the
bolts on the compressor. Semi hermetic models should be
loosened before operating.
BASIC MAINTENANCE
Gasket Maintenance
Gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and mildew
build up and also to keep the elasticity of the gasket. Gasket
cleaning can be done with the use of warm soapy water. Avoid
full strength cleaning products on gaskets as this can cause
them to become brittle and prevent proper seals. Also, never
use sharp tools or knives to scrape or clean the gasket which
could possibly tear the gasket and rip the bellows.
Freezers: During the refrigeration cycle the timer supplies
power to the temperature control (for power to the condensing
unit) and evaporator fan motors. The evaporator fans will run
at any time when the compressor is running, they will also
cycle off during door openings and during a defrost period.
The door switch will activate the lights when opened and turn
power off to the evaporator fan motors.
See Defrost Cycle
Gaskets can easily be replaced and do not require the use of
tools or authorized service persons. The gaskets are “Dart”
style and can be pulled out of the grove in the door and new
gaskets can be “pressed” back into place.
Doors/Hinges
Over time and with heavy use doors the hinges may become
loose. If it is noticed that the door is beginning to sag, it may
become necessary to tighten the screws that mount the hinge
brackets to the frame of the unit. 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. In some
cases this can require qualified service agents or maintenance
personnel.
Drain Maintenance
Each unit has a drain located inside the unit which removes the
condensation from the evaporator coil and evaporates it at an
external condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can become
loose or disconnected from moving or bumping the drain. If
you notice excessive water accumulation on the inside of the
unit be sure the drain tube is connected from the evaporator
housing to the condensate evaporator drain pan. If water
is collected underneath the unit you may want to check the
condensate evaporator drain tube to be sure it is still located
inside the drain pan. The leveling of the unit is important as the
units are designed to drain properly when on a level surface,
if your floor is not level this can also cause drain problems.
Be sure all drain lines are free of obstructions, typically food
product is found blocking drain lines causing water to back up
and overflow the drain pans.
Refrigeration cycle
Refrigerators: During the refrigeration cycle the evaporator
fans will run continuously with the exception of door openings.
The door switch will activate the lights when opened and turn
power off to the evaporator fan motors.
The temperature control allows for the evaporator coil to clear
after each off cycle and before the compressor runs again.
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Wiring Diagram Refrigerators
115V/60Hz/1Ø
L1
Black
G
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord &
Plug Furnished
N
White
Evaporator Fan
Temperature
Control
Condensing
Unit
Wiring Diagram Freezers
MCCF27 & MCCSTF27
MCCF48
MCCSTF48
4100& Series
400 Series
115V/60Hz/1Ø
L1
G
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord &
Plug Furnished
N
115V/60Hz/1Ø
L1
G
4500 Series
Evaporator Fan
1 Per Evaporator
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord &
Plug Furnished
N
Black
Thermostat
Black
Black
White
White
Brown
Brown
Com
Mullion Heater
(4148 Only)
Black
TM
Defrost
Timer
Defrost Limit
Defrost Limit
Defrost Heater
Black
Defrost Heater
1 Per Evaporato
Hi-Limit
1 Per Evaporator
Defrost Heater
Frame Heater
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Defrost
Timer
Defrost
Timer
L1 G N
Temperature
Control
10
Condensing
Unit
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Temperature
Control
Condensing
Unit
115V/60Hz/1Ø
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord &
Plug Furnished
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Replacement Parts List
MCCSTR27/MCCR27
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
000-B3I-0031 27” Door, left hand
000-B3I-0030 27” Door, right hand
0074057
Capillary tube (.044 id x 144”)
3526997
Compressor
3516446
Compressor relay
2194787
Compressor start capacitor
0053452
Condensate evap heater only
0330154
Cond evap pan assy with heater
3516275
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser fan blade, clear lexan
2162691
Condenser fan motor
1702623
Door gasket
3516116
Evaporator coil
3516172
Evaporator fan blade, clear lexan
2162691
Evaporator fan motor
3516321
Filter drier
3237569
Hinge, Btm LT, McDonalds
3237563
Hinge, Btm RT, McDonalds
3237516
Hinge, Cartridge, McDonalds
3237568
Hinge, Top LT, McDonalds
3237562
Hinge, Top RT, McDonalds
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978030
Shelf
5189779
Shelf clip
2194759KT
Temperature control
(Includes control, knob, and dial plate)
2194761
Temperature control knob
MCCSTF27/MCCF27
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
000-B3I-0031 27” Door, left hand
000-B3I-0030 27” Door, right hand
0074058
Capillary tube (.036 id x 168”)
3526996
Compressor
3516446
Compressor relay
2194787
Compressor start capacitor
158-B4Z-0034 Condensate evap heater only
0330154T
Cond evap pan assy with heater
3516275
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser fan blade, clear lexan
3516173
Condenser fan guard
2162715
Condenser fan motor
2194744
Defrost heater
3516156
Defrost timer
1702623
Door gasket
3516418
Evaporator Coil
3516172
Evaporator fan blade, clear lexan
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162691
Evaporator fan motor
3516321
Filter Drier
3978055
Heater guard, 18”
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978030
Shelf
5189779
Shelf clip
3516043
Temperature control
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Replacement Parts List continued
MCCSTR48/MCCR48
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
000-B3I-0035 24” Door, left hand
000-B3I-0034 24” Door, right hand
0074057
Capillary tube (.044 id x 144”)
3526997
Compressor
3516446
Compressor relay
2194787
Compressor start capacitor
0053452
Condensate evap heater only
0330154
Cond evap pan assy with heater
3516275
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser fan blade, clear lexan
3516173
Condenser fan guard
2162691
Condenser fan motor
1702622
Door gasket
3516116
Evaporator coil
3516172
Evaporator fan blade, clear lexan
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162691
Evaporator fan motor
3516321
Filter drier
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978033
Shelf
2194759KT
Temperature control
(Includes control, knob and dial plate)
2194761
Temperature control knob
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MCCSTF48/MCCF48
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
000-B3I-0035 24” Door, left hand
000-B3I-0034 24” Door, right hand
3234791
6” Leg
0074058
Capillary tube (.036 id x 168”)
3527000
Compressor
158-B4Z-0034 Condensate evap heater only
0330154T
Cond evap pan assy with heater
3516276
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser fan blade, clear lexan
2162715
Condenser fan motor
2194774
Defrost heater
3516156
Defrost timer
1702622
Door gasket
3516418
Evaporator coil
3517356
Evaporator fan blade, black
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162715
Evaporator fan motor
3516321
Filter drier
3978055
Heater guard, 18”
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978033
Shelf
3516044
Thermostat, Mechanical, Freezer
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Compact Refrigerators and Freezers Service and Installation Manual
Standard Labor Guidelines To Repair Or Replace Parts On McCall Equipment
Advice and recommendations given by McCall Service Technicians do not constitute or guarantee any special coverage.
•A maximum of 1-hour is allowed to diagnose a defective component.
•A maximum of 1-hour is allowed for retrieval of parts not in stock.
•A maximum travel distance of 100 miles round trip and 2-hours will be reimbursed.
•Overtime, installation/start-up, normal control adjustments, general maintenance, glass breakage, freight damage, and/or
correcting and end-user installation error will not be reimbursed under warranty unless pre-approved with a Service Work
Authorization from McCall. You must submit the number with the service claim.
Labor Of 1-Hour Is Allowed To Replace:
•Thermostat
•Infinite Switch
•Door Jam Switch
•Solenoid Coil
•Hi-limit/Thermal Protector Switch
•Fan Delay/Defrost Termination Switch
•Compressor Start Components and Overload Protector
•Defrost Timer
•Thermometer
•Gear Box
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Contractor/Relay
Transformer
Evaporator/Condenser Fan Motor and Blade
Circulating Fan Motor and Blade
Microprocessor Control
Water Level Sensor/Probe
Door Hinges, Locks, and Gaskets
Condensate Element
Springs/Lowerator
Labor Of 2 Hours To Replace:
•Drawer Tracks/Cartridges
• Defrost Element
•Pressure Control
• Heating Element
•Solenoid Valve
• Locate/Repair Leak
Labor Of 3 Hours To Replace:
•EPR or CPR Valve
• Condenser or Evaporator Coil
•Expansion Valve
Labor Of 4 Hours To Replace:
•Compressor
This includes recovery of refrigerant and leak check.
$55.00 maximum reimbursement for refrigerant recovery (includes recovery machine, pump, torch, oil, flux, minor fittings,
solder, brazing rod, nitrogen, or similar fees.)
Refrigerants:
•R22 A maximum of $4.00/lb. or 25¢/oz. will be reimbursed.
•R134A A maximum of $5.00/lb. or 31¢/oz. will be reimbursed.
•R404A A maximum of $15.00/lb. or $1.00/oz. will be reimbursed.
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Compact Refrigerators and Freezers Service and Installation Manual
Manufacturers Limited Lifetime Warranty
McCall warrants to the original purchaser-user, subject to the
limitations and exclusions set forth below, that the ABS interior of the
McCall models identified above will be free of manufactured defects
for as long as the equipment is owned by the original purchaser-user
and is in operation.
What is covered.
The interior liner is covered against manufactured defects under
normal use. For purposes of this Warranty, interior liner is defined
as the portion of the interior liner which is made of ABS material.
This warranty applies only to products sold and installed after March
1, 2000 in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. For
purposes of this warranty, lifetime is defined as the expected usable
life for the equipment of 12 years.
McCall’s Obligation
Limited strictly to shipping OEM replacement parts or repair kits for any
covered ABS interior. A McCall authorized service dealer and McCall’s
Service Department must confirm the liner defect has occurred under
normal conditions and is not due to misuse as defined below. All
decisions regarding the ABS interior shall be made by McCall’s Service
Department and shall be binding upon the parties. No labor or service
charges or allowances are covered by this warranty. Warranty service
must be performed by a McCall approved authorized service agent.
User Responsibility
The product must be installed, cleaned and maintained as described
in the Service and Installation manual which is furnished with the
product. Only approved replacement parts may be used. Failure
to adhere to the requirements of this paragraph may void warranty
coverage.
Exclusions
This warranty does not cover labor, service, charges for travel time,
mileage, or premium charges. This warranty also does not include
defects resulting from:
• Operation of the product beyond the specification set forth in the
Service and Installation Manual.
• Failure to clean and maintain the product as described in the Service
and Installation Manual.
• Installation of the product in a manner other than as set forth in the
Service and Installation.
• Use of installation of replacement parts not approved by McCall; or
• The introduction hot items directly onto the ABS liner.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties or guarantees of any
kind, express or implied, except McCall’s One Year Parts and Labor
Warranty. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED
AND EXCLUDED. IN NO EVENT SHALL McCall BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND OR
NATURE, OR FOR ANY DEFECT RESULTING IN WHOLE OR IN
PART FROM MISUSE, ALTERATION, IMPROPER INSTALLATION
OR INADEQUATE MAINTENANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ANY PART
THEREOF.
No part or assembly which has been subject to accident, alteration or
misuse, or which has not been installed or serviced in accordance with
the Operation Manual furnished with the product, or which is from
equipment on which the serial number has been altered or removed,
shall be covered by this warranty.
Procedures
All claims for replacement parts or repair kits must be made through
a McCall Parts Depot or an authorized McCall dealer. The defective
part invoice must be returned to McCall within 15 days after the date
of service to be eligible for warranty coverage. All claims must include
the model number, serial number, an original date of installation and
customer identification. Use of parts other than original McCall
replacement parts will not be covered.
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Compact Refrigerators and Freezers Service and Installation Manual
Standard One Year Warranty (One year parts and labor.)
McCall warrants to the Original Purchaser of the McCall product (herein
called the “Unit”) that such Unit, and all parts thereof, will be free from
defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for
a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment of the Unit to the
Original Purchaser or, if the Original Purchaser returns the warranty
card completely filled out including the date of installation within
thirty (30) days of receipt of the Unit, one (1) year from the date of
installation. During this one year warranty period, McCall will repair
or replace any defective part or portion there of returned to McCall by
the Original Purchaser which McCall determines was defective due to
faulty material or workmanship. During this one year warranty period,
McCall will pay labor, crating and freight incurred in the removal of the
Unit or defective component and shipment to McCall. Reimbursement is
subject to the following limitations: A maximum of 1-hour is allowed to
diagnose a defective component; A maximum of 1-hour is allowed for
retrieval of parts not in stock; A maximum travel distance of 100 miles
round trip and 2-hours will be reimbursed. Overtime, installation/startup, normal control adjustments, general maintenance, glass breakage,
freight damage, and/or correcting an end-user installation error will not
be reimbursed under warranty unless pre-approved with a Service Work
Authorization from McCall. McCall will pay the return costs if the Unit or
part thereof was defective.
The term “Original Purchaser” as used herein means that person, firm,
association, or corporation for whom the Unit was originally installed.
This warranty does not apply to any Unit or part thereof that has been
subjected to misuse, neglect, alteration, or accident, such as accidental
damage to the exterior finish, operated contrary to the recommendations
specified by McCall; or repaired or altered by anyone other than McCall
in any way so as to, in McCall’s sole judgement, affect its quality or
efficiency. This warranty does not apply to any Unit that has been moved
from the location where it was originally installed. This warranty also
does not cover the refrigerator drier or the light bulbs used in the Unit.
The warranty is subject to the user’s normal maintenance and care
responsibility as set forth in the Service and Installation Manual, such
as cleaning the condenser coil, and is in lieu of all other obligations
of McCall. McCall neither assumes, nor authorizes any other person
to assume for McCall, any other liability in connection with McCall’s
products.
Removal or defacement of the original Serial Number or Model Number
from any Unit shall be deemed to release McCall from all obligations
hereunder or any other obligations, express or implied.
Parts furnished by suppliers to McCall are guaranteed by McCall only
to the extent of the original manufacturer’s express warranty to McCall.
Failure of the Original Purchaser to receive such manufacturers warranty
shall in no way create any warranty, expressed or implied, or any other
obligation or liability on McCall’s part in respect thereof.
IF THE CUSTOMER IS USING A PART THAT RESULTS IN A VOIDED
WARRANTY AND A McCall AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE TRAVELS
TO THE INSTALLATION ADDRESS TO PERFORM WARRANTY
SERVICE, THE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE WILL ADVISE CUSTOMER
THE WARRANTY IS VOID. SUCH SERVICE CALLS WILL BE BILLED
TO CUSTOMER AT THE AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER’S THEN
APPLICABLE TIME AND MATERIALS RATES. CONSIDER: CUSTOMER
MAY INITIATE A SERVICE AGREEMENT WITHOUT PARTS COVERAGE.
If shipment of a replacement part is requested prior to the arrival in the
McCall factory of the part claimed to be defective, the Original Purchaser
must accept delivery of the replacement part on a C.O.D. basis, with credit
being issued after the part has been received and inspected at McCall’s
plant and determined by McCall to be within this warranty.
Under no condition does this warranty give the Original Purchaser
the right to replace the defective Unit with a complete Unit of the
same manufacturer or of another make. Unless authorized by McCall
in writing, this warranty does not permit the replacement of any part,
including the motor-compressor, to be made with the part of another
make or manufacturer.
No claims can be made under this warranty for spoilage of any products
for any reason, including system failure.
The installation contractor shall be responsible for building access,
entrance and field conditions to insure sufficient clearance to allow any
hood(s), vent(s), or Unit(s) if necessary, to be brought into the building.
McCall will not be responsible for structural changes or damages incurred
during installation of the Unit or any exhaust system.
McCall shall not be liable in any manner for any default or delay in
performance hereunder caused by or resulting from any contingency
beyond McCall’s control, including, but not limited to, war, governmental
restrictions or restraints, strike, lockouts, injunctions, fire, flood, acts of
nature, short or reduced supply of raw materials, or discontinuance of
the parts by the original part manufacturer.
Except as provided in any Additional Four Year Protection Plan, if
applicable, and the Service Labor Contract, if applicable, the foregoing
is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, whether written or
oral, express or implied. This warranty supersedes and excludes any
prior oral or written representations or warranties. McCall expressly
disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a
particular purpose or compliance with any law, treaty, rule or regulation
relating to the discharge of substances into the environment. The sole
and exclusive remedies of any person relating to the Unit, and the full
liability of McCall for any breach of this warranty, will be as provided
in this warranty.
Other than this McCall Standard One Year Limited Warranty, any applicable
McCall Additional Four Year Protection Plan or applicable McCall Service
Labor Contract, the Original Purchaser agrees and acknowledges that no
other warranties are offered or provided in connection with or for the Unit
or any other part thereof.
In no event will McCall be liable for special, incidental or consequential
damages, or for damages in the nature of penalties.
IF DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, CUSTOMER USES A PART FOR
THIS McCall EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN AN UNMODIFIED NEW OR
RECYCLED PART PURCHASED DIRECTLY FROM McCall OR ANY OF
ITS AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTERS AND/OR THE PART BEING USED
IS MODIFIED FROM ITS ORIGINAL CONFIGURATION, THIS WARRANTY
WILL BE VOID. FURTHER, McCall AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIMS DAMAGES OR EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE
CUSTOMER WHICH ARISE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN WHOLE OR
IN PART, DUE TO THE INSTALLATION OF ANY MODIFIED PART AND/
OR PART RECEIVED FROM AN UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER. If
the warranty becomes void, Customer may purchase from McCall, if
available, a Service Agreement or service at the then current time and
materials rate.
For more information on McCall warranty’s log on and check out the
service section of our web site at www.mccallrefrigeration.com.
For customer service, call (888) 732-2446, Fax (800) 669-0619, www.mccallrefrigeration.com
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Thank you for choosing McCall!
Help is a phone call away. Help our team of professional, courteous
customer service reps by having your model number and serial number
available at the time of your call (888) 732-2446.
Model:_____________________ S/N: ____________________
Installation Date:_____________
For a list of McCall’s authorized parts depots,
visit our website at www.mccallrefrigeration.com.
980 S. Isabella Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858, U.S.A. • (888) 732-2446 • Fax (800) 669-0619 • www.mccallrefrigeration.com
McCall reserves the right to make changes in design or specifications without prior notice. ©2010 McCall. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
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