Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual

Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Glass Door Merchandiser
Installation, Use 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 2.
Glass Door Merchandisers
ation
m
r
o
f
n
I
nt
Importa
Use
e
r
o
f
e
B
ions!
t
c
u
• Read
r
t
s
n
ese I
h
T
e
v
a
• S
June 2011
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Contents
Serial Number Location.........................................................2
Receiving & Inspecting..........................................................2
Specifications.........................................................................3
Installation.............................................................................4
Serial Number Location
The serial number tag on glass door merchandisers is located
on the interior wall of the cabinet.
Always have the serial number of your unit available when
calling for parts or service. A complete list of authorized
Delfield parts depots is available at www.delfield.com.
Operation...............................................................................5
Temperature Control Settings................................................5
DMER3-G Temperature Control Settings...............................6
©2011 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction without
written permission is prohibited.
Top And Bottom Hinged Door Adjustments....................... 7-8
Sliding Door Adjustments......................................................8
Edge Hinged Door Adjustments.............................................9
Wall Hanging Instructions...................................................10
Maintenance................................................................... 11-12
Troubleshooting...................................................................12
Standard Labor Guidelines...................................................13
Serial #
Model #
Installation Date:
Warranties..................................................................... 14-15
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 of the concealed 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. Also open the compressor compartment housing and
2
visually inspect the refrigeration package. Be sure lines are
secure and base is still intact.
7. Freight carriers can supply the necessary forms upon
request.
8. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been
made or waived.
Uncrating the Equipment
First cut and remove the banding from around the crate.
Remove the front of the crate material, use of some tools will
be required. If the unit is on legs remove the top of the crate as
well and lift the unit off the skid. If the unit is on casters it can
be "rolled" off the skid.
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Specifications
Height
Width
Depth
Capacity
H.P.
Amps
V/Hz/Ph
NEMA
Plug
Shipping
Weight
Lbs/Kg
DMER3-G
33.75”/86cm
19.00”/48cm
19.13”/49cm
3ft3
1/8
3.8
115/60/1
5-15P
119/302
DMER7-G
37.75”/96cm
21.25”/54cm
25.00”/64cm
7ft3
1/8
3.7
115/60/1
5-15P
151/384
DMER12-G
62.13”/158cm
25.63”/65cm
22.75”/58cm
12ft3
1/4
3.8
115/60/1
5-15P
215/546
DMER17-G
74.00”/188cm
30.00”/76cm
25.75”/65cm
17ft3
1/4
3.6
115/60/1
5-15P
267/678
DMER26-G
78.00”/198cm
30.00”/76cm
29.50”/75cm
26ft3
1/3
6.7
115/60/1
5-15P
310/787
DMER33-SLG
78.25”/199cm
39.50 ”/100cm
29.50”/75cm
33ft3
1/3
7.3
115/60/1
5-15P
425/1080
DMER45-SLG
78.25”/199cm
51.00”/130cm
29.50”/75cm
45ft3
1/2
10.7
115/60/1
5-15P
443/1125
DMER49-G
78.00”/198cm
60.00”/152cm
29.50”/75cm
49ft3
1/2
11.5
115/60/1
5-15P
577/1466
DMER65-G
78.00”/198cm
78.00”/198cm
29.50”/75cm
65ft3
3/4
14.0
115/60/1
5-20R
720/1829
DMER67-SLG
78.25”/199cm
73.19”/186cm
29.50”/75cm
67ft3
3/4
16.0
115/60/1
5-20R
661/1679
Model
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
3
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Installation
Location
Leveling
The cabinet is 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. A fully loaded model
may weigh as much as 1,000 pounds! Reinforce the floor as
necessary to provide for maximum loading.
A level cabinet looks better and will perform better because
the drain pan will drain properly, the doors will line up with the
frames properly, and the cabinet will not be subject to undue
strain.
It is very important to allow for proper air flow, both inside
and outside. Allow space for air circulation in the refrigeration
condensing unit compartment.
Avoid hot corners and locations near stoves, ovens and
other pieces of cooking equipment. Ambient temperature
must be between 59°F (15°C) and 86°F (30°C). Low ambient
temperatures below 50°F (10°C) are as harmful as high
ambient temperatures.
Cabinets should never be placed in front of windows or glass
doors where sunlight will be in direct contact with the units.
If a cabinet is located near a window or glass door, provide an
adequate shade to block the sun's rays.
It is recommended that the unit be installed
no closer than 1” from side walls and 8" from
the back wall. Do not install the unit near any
combustible material or object affected by heat
or moisture.
Leg and Caster Installation
Some cabinets may weigh 1000 lbs (450 kg). Use
a lifting device capable of supporting the unit
when removing skid or installing legs or casters.
To install the legs, or casters:
1. Remove unit from skid.
2. Raise unit to access leg/caster mounting holes on bottom
of unit.
3. Attach the casters or legs with the four hex head bolts.
4
A unit on legs will have an adjustable bullet foot on each
leg, adjust each for a level unit. A unit on casters will not be
adjustable. Be sure the unit is on a level floor, make necessary
changes to the floor for proper level.
Lock all front casters to ensure the stability of the unit.
Plumbing
Models are standard with a condensate evaporator. If, for
some reason a unit does not have a condensate evaporator, or
if the evaporator fails, the unit’s drain must have an outlet to
an appropriate drainage area or container.
CAUTION
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 a container or outlet for drainage.
Electrical connection
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 of the unit.
The unit must be disconnected from the
power source whenever performing service or
maintenance functions.
Never operate the unit without the louvered
panel in place!
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Operation
After the unit is plugged in, the unit’s compressor will begin
operating. If the condensing unit does not run check to see
that the temperature control is not in the “OFF” position.
Before loading the cabinet, allow the cabinet to operate for at
least two hours to ensure the cabinet has achieved the desired
temperature.
Do not throw items into the storage area. Failure to
heed this recommendation could result in damage
to the interior of the cabinet or to the blower coil.
Continuous opening and closing of the door will hamper the
cabinet’s ability to maintain optimum refrigeration temperature.
Defrosting
Refrigerators defrost automatically with every cycle of the
compressor. The water generated is routed to a pan on the rear
of the cabinet and is evaporated by the heat given off by the
compressor.
Overloading the storage area, blocking the cold
air as it exits the evaporator, and continuous
opening and closing of the doors and drawers will
hamper the units ability to maintain operational
temperature.
Temperature Control Settings
DMER7-G, DMER12-G, DMER17-G, DMER26-G, DMER33-SLG, DMER45-SLG, DMER49-G, DMER65-G, DMER67-SLG
The refrigeration temperature controls are factory-set to maintain
a temperature range or 35°F to 41°F (2°C to 5°C), with an
average temperature of 38°F (3°C). For a different cabinet
temperature setting, turn the temperature control knob or screw,
located on the evaporator coil/blower housing.
Turn the control knob clockwise to lower the temperature
and counterclockwise to raise it. Adjust the control knob in
increments of 1/4 turn and allow the unit to operate for several
hours before making any further adjustment. Once it is set there
should be no need to change it.
Colder
Setting the temperature control to the coldest
setting may cause the coil and/or air ducts to
freeze and ice up. This will eventually result in a
warmer cabinet temperature.
If ice accumulation occurs and the temperature is
lower than the guidelines, turn the control knob to
a warmer setting.
Warmer
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
5
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Temperature Control Settings For Model DMER3-G
The DMER3-G model electronic thermostat that is located
at the upper right corner, above the sign of the unit. The
thermostat has a digital thermometer that constantly
shows the temperature of the refrigerator.
The electronic thermostat controls the temperature in
ranges from 32°F to 44°F (0°C to 7°C). This electronic
thermostat allows you to select three temperature ranges
by means of a switch located in the upper front part of the
interior refrigerator cabinet.
Select position 1or - to set the range:
37°F to 44°F (3°C to 7°C)
Select position 2 or O to set the range:
35°F to 43°F (2°C to 6°C)
Select position 3 or = to set the range:
32°F to 39°F (0°C to 4°C)
DMER3-G with digital thermometer display
Electronic thermostat control
6
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Top And Bottom Hinged Door With Header Sign Adjustments
Removing the Header Sign, Front Grill, Door and Hinges
Screws
1. Remove the header sign as follows:
Sign Top
a. Unscrew the sign top on both sides to remove it.
b. Lift and remove the header sign along the guiding
channels.
Header
Sign
c. Unscrew the two screws on each side to remove
the sign frame.
2. Unscrew and remove front grill.
3. Unscrew the bottom hinge from the cabinet (bottom hinge
remains attached to the door).
4. Pull the door downward to disassemble the door from
the top hinge.
Screws
Sign frame
5. Unscrew and remove top hinge if necessary.
To Re-install The Door
1. Screw the top hinge to the top of the cabinet (if
necessary).
Front Grill
2. Insert the pin of the top hinge by pushing the door
upward.
Bottom
Hinge
3. Screw the bottom hinge to the cabinet.
4. Reinstall front grill.
Top hinge
5. Reinstall header sign.
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
7
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Top And Bottom Hinged Door Without Header Sign Adjustments
Remove The Door
1. Unscrew and remove front grill.
2. Unscrew the top hinge from the cabinet (top hinge remains
attached to the door).
Top
Hinge
3. Lift the door off the bottom hinge.
4. Unscrew and remove bottom hinge if necessary.
To Re-install The Door
1. Screw the bottom hinge to the bottom of the cabinet (if it
was removed).
2. Insert the pin of the bottom hinge by pushing the door
downward.
3. Screw the top hinge to the cabinet.
4. Reinstall front grill.
Sliding Door Adjustments
Sliding Doors
Sliding doors need to be removed periodically to clean the rollers
and track. Oil the rollers with a light grade oil. Never use any
type of grease as it will accumulate foreign matter and restrict
door movement.
Label
Each door has its own closing spring located at the top and is
positioned for the proper tension. Adjustment may be required.
Either adjust the spring by shortening it or replace it altogether.
Door edge
Remove The Doors
1. Align the edge of the door with the labels on the aluminum
track, indicating the location of the grooves.
2. Lift the door firmly, pulling the door outward from the
bottom.
8
Lift firmly
Pull outward
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Edge Hinged Door Adjustments
Remove Door And Hinges
1. Open the door 90 degrees. Then lift the door off the cabinet
hinge.
Door hinge
2. Remove the hinges using a phillips head screwdriver.
Cabinet
hinge
Re-Install Door And Hinges
1. Tighten the cabinet hinge screws slightly and hang the door.
2. Make sure the door is properly aligned.
3. Tighten the hinge screws firmly.
4. Check the door seal by inserting a dollar bill between the
gasket and the cabinet flange. Some resistance should be
felt while withdrawing the bill. Repeat this test at 4” intervals
around the door.
Achieve Proper Seal
1. Close the door and pop off the door hinge covers with a flat
screwdriver. This exposes the mounting screws for the door.
2. Loosen the screws, move the door side of the hinge to
decrease the gasket-to-cabinet clearance and retighten
the screws.
Hinge cover
3. Snap the hinge covers into place.
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
9
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Wall Hanging Instructions
1. Drill two holes in the wall 3/8" in diameter at a distance of 18 5/8"
between the two and a depth of 2 1/2".
2. Insert the #10 pins in the drilled holes by tapping them gently with a
hammer.
3. Screw the black bar, which will be used to hang the unit with the
hexagonal head screws. Use a 7/16" hexagon key to adjust the screws
correctly.
4. Hang the refrigeration unit by making sure the hooks on the back of the
unit fall upon the black bar placed on the wall.
5. This is the appearance of the refrigeration unit after hung on the wall.
10
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Maintenance
Door Gasket Maintenance
Door gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and
mildew build up and also to retain 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 crack. Never use sharp tools
or knives to scrape or clean the gasket. Gaskets can be easily
replaced and do not require the use of tools or an authorized
service person. The gaskets are “Dart” style and can be pulled
out of the groove in the door and new gaskets can be “pressed”
back into place.
Drain Maintenance - Base
Each unit has a drain located inside the unit that removes
the condensation from the evaporator coil and routes it to an
external condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can become
loose or disconnected during normal use. If you notice water
accumulation on the inside of the unit be sure the drain tube
is connected to the evaporator drain pan. If water is collecting
underneath the unit make sure the end of the drain tube is in
the condensate evaporator in the machine compartment. The
leveling of the unit is important as the units are designed to
drain properly when level. Be sure all drain lines are free of
obstructions.
Caster Maintenance
Wipe casters with a damp cloth monthly to prevent corrosion.
The unit must be disconnected from the power
source whenever performing service, maintenance
functions or cleaning the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators
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 stainless steel,
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 can damage the breaker
strips and gaskets.
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 7080% iron, which will rust. It also contains 12-30% chromium,
which forms an invisible passive film over the steel’s 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 discoloration or rust.
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. Routine cleaning
of stainless steel can be done with soap and water. Extreme
stains or grease should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner
and plastic scrub pad. Always rub with the grain of the steel.
There are stainless steel cleaners available which can restore
and preserve the finish of the steels protective layer. Early signs
of stainless steel breakdown are 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 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.
Cleaning 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.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially cause high
temperatures and excessive run times. Continuous operation
with a dirty or clogged condenser coil can result in compressor
failure. Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning procedures will
void any warranties associated with the compressor and cost
to replace the compressor.
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.
Doors/Hinges
For sliding door cabinets, remove the doors and clean both the
rollers and the track. Oil the rollers with a light grade oil. Never
use any type of grease as it will accumulate foreign matter and
restrict door movement.
Over time and with heavy use doors the hinges may become
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
11
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Maintenance, continued
loose. If this happens tighten the screws that mount the hinge
brackets to the frame of the unit. Loose or sagging doors can
cause the hinges to pull out of the frame, which may damage
both the doors and the hinges. In some cases this may require
qualified service agents or maintenance personnel to perform
repairs.
Do not throw items into the storage area. Failure to
follow this recommendation could result in damage
to the interior of the cabinet or to the blower coil.
Overloading the storage area, restricting the airflow,
and continuous opening and closing of the doors
will hamper the units ability to maintain operational
temperature.
Preventing blower coil corrosion
To help prevent corrosion of the blower coil, store all acidic
items, such as pickles and tomatoes, in sealable containers.
Immediately wipe up all spills.
Continuous opening and closing of the doors will hamper the
unit’s ability to maintain optimum refrigeration temperature.
Troubleshooting
If a problem arises during operation of your refrigerator, follow the checklist below before calling service. Routine adjustments
and maintenance procedures are not covered by the warranty.
Disconnect electric power before performing any service.
Failure to follow this warning could result in injury or death.
Problem
Possible Cause
To Correct
Compressor will not start, no
noise
Power disconnected
Check service cord for proper connection
Blown fuse or breaker
Replace fuse or reset breaker
Defective or broken wiring
Repair or replace
Defective overload
Replace
Defective relay
Replace
Thermostat dial OFF
Turn thermostat dial to 4
Temperature control not set properly
Reset control
Not enough refrigerant
Leak check
Change drier, evacuate and recharge
Cabinet location too warm
Relocate cabinet
Too much refrigerant
Change drier, evacuate and recharge
Low voltage, compressor cycling on
overload
Check voltage supply
Defective control
Replace
Control feeler tube not installed in well
Push control feeler tube into well
Not enough refrigerant
Leak check
Change drier, evacuate and recharge
Not enough refrigerant
Leak check
Change drier, evacuate and recharge
Inefficient compressor
Replace
Warm storage temperatures
Compressor runs continuously,
product too cold
Compressor runs continuously,
product too warm
12
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Standard Labor Guidelines To Repair Or Replace Parts
Advice and recommendations given by Delfield 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 Delfield. You must submit the number with the service claim.
Labor Of 1 Hour Is Allowed To Replace:
•Compressor Start Components and Overload Protector
•Door Hinges, Locks, and Gaskets
•Evaporator/Condenser Fan Motor and Blade
•Solenoid Coil
•Thermostat
Labor Of 2 Hours To Replace:
•Locate/Repair Leak
•Pressure Control
•Solenoid Valve
Labor Of 3 Hours To Replace:
•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:
•R134A A maximum of $15.00/lb. or $1.00/oz. will be reimbursed.
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
13
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Standard One Year Limited Warranty (one year parts and labor)
Delfield warrants to the Original Purchaser of the Delfield
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, Delfield will repair or
replace any defective part or portion there of returned to
Delfield by the Original Purchaser which Delfield determines
was defective due to faulty material or workmanship. During
this one year warranty period, Delfield will pay labor, crating,
and freight incurred in the removal of the Unit or defective
component and shipment to Delfield. 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/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 Delfield. Delfield 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 Delfield; or repaired or
altered by anyone other than Delfield in any way so as to, in
Delfield’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 Delfield. Delfield neither assumes, nor
authorizes any other person to assume for Delfield, any other
liability in connection with Delfield’s products.
Removal or defacement of the original Serial Number or Model
Number from any Unit shall be deemed to release Delfield from
all obligations hereunder or any other obligations, express or
implied.
Parts furnished by suppliers to Delfield are guaranteed by
Delfield only to the extent of the original manufacturer’s express
warranty to Delfield. 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 Delfield’s part in respect thereof.
14
If shipment of a replacement part is requested prior to the
arrival in the Delfield 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 Delfield’s plant and determined
by Delfield 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 Delfield 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. Delfield will not be responsible
for structural changes or damages incurred during installation
of the Unit or any exhaust system.
Delfield shall not be liable in any manner for any default or delay
in performance hereunder caused by or resulting from any
contingency beyond Delfield’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. Delfield 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 Delfield for any breach of this warranty, will be as provided in
this warranty.
Other than this Delfield Standard One Year Limited Warranty,
any applicable Delfield Additional Four Year Protection Plan
or applicable Delfield 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 Delfield be liable for special, incidental or
consequential damages, or for damages in the nature of
penalties.
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
Glass Door Merchandiser Installation, Use And Care Manual
Additional Four Year Protection Plan (for Motor-Compressor only)
Delfield Model# Serial #
Installation
Date
In addition to the Standard One Year Warranty on the MotorCompressor contained in the above listed Delfield product (the
“Unit”), Delfield also agrees to repair, or exchange with similar
or interchangeable parts in design and capacity at Delfield’s
option, the defective Motor-Compressor contained in the Unit
(the “Motor-Compressor), or any part thereof, for the Original
Purchaser only, at any time during the four (4) years following the
initial one (1) year period commencing on the date of installation
for the Original Purchaser. Failure of the Original Purchaser to
register the registration card containing the Original Purchasers
name, address, date of installation, model number and serial
number of the Unit containing the Motor-Compressor within 30
days from the date of installation shall void this warranty. This
additional warranty is only available if the Motor-Compressor is
inoperative due to defects in material or factory workmanship,
as determined by Delfield in its sole judgement and discretion.
The Original Purchaser shall be responsible for returning the
defective Motor-Compressor to Delfield prepaid, F.O.B. at the
address shown on the back cover of this manual.
The term “Original Purchaser” as used herein means that
person, firm, association, or corporation for whom the Unit was
originally installed.
The term “Motor-Compressor” as used herein does not include
unit base, air or water cooled condenser, receiver, electrical
accessories such as relay, capacitors, refrigerant controls, or
condenser fan/motor assembly. This warranty does not cover
labor charges incidental to the replacement of parts. This
warranty further does not include any equipment to which said
condensing unit is connected, such as cooling coils, temperature
controls or refrigerant metering devices. This warranty shall
be void if the Motor-Compressor, in Delfield’s sole judgement,
has been subjected to misuse, neglect, alteration or accident,
operated contrary to the recommendations specified by the Unit
manufacturer, repaired or altered by anyone other than Delfield
in any way so as, in Delfield’s sole judgment, to affect its quality
or efficiency or if the serial number has been altered, defaced or
removed. This Warranty does not apply to a Motor-Compressor
in any Unit that has been moved from the location where it
was originally installed. The addition of methyl chloride to the
condensing unit or refrigeration system shall void this warranty.
General Conditions
Delfield shall not be liable in any manner for any default or delay
in performance hereunder caused by or resulting from any
contingency beyond Delfield’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 any part or the MotorCompressor by the unit manufacturer.
Replacement of a defective Motor-Compressor is limited to one
(1) Motor-Compressor by us during the four (4) year period.
Delfield shall replace the Motor-Compressor at no charge.
This warranty does not give the Original Purchaser of the MotorCompressor the right to purchase a complete replacement
Motor-Compressor of the same make or of another make. It
further does not permit the replacement to be made with
a Motor-Compressor of another kind unless authorized by
Delfield. In the event Delfield authorizes the Original Purchaser
to purchase a replacement Motor-Compressor locally, only the
wholesale cost of the Motor-Compressor is refundable.
Expressly excluded from this warranty are damages resulting
from spoilage of goods.
Except as provided in any applicable Standard One Year Limited
Warranty or applicable Service Labor Contract, 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. Delfield
expressly disclaims any implied warranties of merchantability,
fitness for a particular purpose or compliance with any law,
treaty, rule or regulation relating to the Motor-Compressor, and
the full liability of Delfield for any breach of this warranty, will be
as provided in this warranty.
Other than any applicable Delfield Standard One year Limited
Warranty, this Delfield Additional Four Year Protection Plan and
any applicable Delfield Service Labor Contract, the Original
Purchaser agrees and acknowledges that no other warranties
are offered or provided in connection with or for the MotorCompressor or any part thereof.
In no event will Delfield be liable for special, incidental or
consequential damages, or for damages in the nature of
penalties.
For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (989) 773-3210, www.delfield.com
15
Mt. Pleasant, MI
Covington, TN
Thank you for choosing Delfield!
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 (800) 733-8829
Model:_________________________ S/N: _______________________
Installation Date:________________________
For a list of Delfield’s authorized parts depots,
visit our website at www.delfield.com
980 S. Isabella Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858, U.S.A. • (989) 773-7981 or (800) 733-8829 • Fax (989) 773-3210 • www.delfield.com
Delfield reserves the right to make changes in design or specifications without prior notice. ©2011 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
DMDMERG 06/11
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement