Delfield 4400 series Refrigerator User Manual

INSTALLATION &
OPERATION
MANUAL
4400 Series
Compact Refrigerators
Please read this manual
completely before
attempting to install or
operate this equipment!
Notify carrier of damage.
Inspect all components
immediately.
Delfield 980 S. Isabella Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(989) 773-7891 or (800) 733-8829 • Fax (989) 773-3210
www.delfield.com
October 2006
Delfield
IMPORTANT WARNING AND SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
Read this manual thoroughly before operating, installing, or performing maintenance
on the equipment.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL CAN CAUSE PROPERTY
DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR LIQUIDS
IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
UNLESS ALL COVER AND ACCESS PANELS ARE IN PLACE AND PROPERLY SECURED,
DO NOT OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT.
DAMP OR WET HANDS MAY STICK TO COLD SURFACES.
ALLOW HEATED EQUIPMENT TO COOL DOWN BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAN OR
SERVICE.
CAUTION
Observe the following:
•
•
•
•
Keep the equipment area free and clear of combustible material.
Maintain adequate clearance for air openings.
Operate equipment only on the type of electricity indicated on the specification
plate.
Unplug the cabinet before making any repairs.
Compact Refrigerators
Table of Contents
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..................................................................... 2
INTRODUCTION.................................................................................. 4
General........................................................................................... 4
Refrigeration System....................................................................... 4
RECEIVING AND INSPECTING THE EQUIPMENT............................ 4
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................. 5-8
INSTALLATION.................................................................................... 9
Location........................................................................................... 9
Inside Cabinet................................................................................. 9
Outside Cabinet.............................................................................. 9
Leveling........................................................................................... 9
Stabilizing........................................................................................ 9
Plumbing......................................................................................... 9
Electrical Connection................................................................. 9-10
Caster and Leg Installation........................................................... 10
OPERATION INFORMATION............................................................ 11
REFRIGERATION MODELS.............................................................. 11
Temperature Control..................................................................... 11
Defrosting...................................................................................... 11
MAINTENANCE................................................................................. 12
Care and Cleaning........................................................................ 12
BASIC MAINTENANCE...................................................................... 13
Gasket........................................................................................... 13
Doors/Hinges................................................................................ 13
Drain.............................................................................................. 13
Refrigeration Cycle........................................................................ 13
Drawer Maintenance..................................................................... 13
Wiring Diagram............................................................................. 14
STANDARD LABOR GUIDELINES.................................................... 15
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY....................................................... 16
STANDARD ONE YEAR WARRANTY............................................... 17
Delfield
INTRODUCTION
General
All cabinets have stainless steel exteriors and ABS interiors. Door gaskets are magnetic and mount to the door,
snapping in place and are removable without tools.
Serial Number Location
The serial number on all 4400 series compact refrigerators is printed under the top nosing directly above the
door when the door is in the closed position. The serial
number on all 4400 series two-door compact refrigerators
is printed above the right hand door.
Always have the serial number of your cabinet available
when calling for parts or service. A complete list of authorized Delfield parts depots is available on our website
at www.delfield.com.
This manual covers standard cabinets only. If you have
a custom cabinet, consult the customer service department at (800) 733-8829.
Figure 1. Serial Number Location
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 cabinet to be sure
legs or casters are not bent.
6. Be sure to inspect 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.
Compact Refrigerators
SPECIFICATIONS
fLAT top refrigerator bases
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
L
4427N
OVERALL
H
D
STORAGE SHELVES CUBIC FT.
SQ. FT.
1/6 PAN H.P. REFG. CHG.
CAPACITY
AMP
(ounces)
NEMA
SHIP.
PLUG
WT. (lbs)
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
5.7
3.2
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
220
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
1.38
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
265
one door
32”
31.5”
36”
6.9
3.88
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
280
two drawer
32”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
315
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
10.7
4.18
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
335
four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
370
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
15.7
7.19
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
340
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
375
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
395
D4464N
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
440
4472N
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
18.9
8.22
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
D4472N
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
4
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
D4427N
4432N
D4432N
4448N
D4448N
4460N
D4460N
4464N
Work top refrigerator bases with 4” backsplash
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
L
ST4427N
OVERALL
H
D
STORAGE SHELVES CUBIC FT.
SQ. FT.
1/6 PAN H.P. REFG. CHG.
CAPACITY
AMP
(ounces)
NEMA
SHIP.
PLUG
WT. (lbs)
one door
27”
31.5”
40”
5.7
3.2
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
220
two drawer
27”
31.5”
40”
1.38
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
265
one door
32”
31.5”
40”
6.9
3.88
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
280
two drawer
32”
31.5”
40”
2.7
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
315
two door
48”
31.5”
40”
10.7
4.18
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
335
four drawer
48”
31.5”
40”
2.7
—
—
1/5
12
7.2
5-15P
370
two door
60”
31.5”
40”
15.7
7.19
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
340
four drawer
60”
31.5”
40”
2.7
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
375
two door
64”
31.5”
40”
16.7
7.76
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
395
STD4464N
four drawer
64”
31.5”
40”
5.4
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
440
ST4472N
three door
72”
31.5”
40”
18.7
8.22
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
STD4472N
six drawer
72”
31.5”
40”
4
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
STD4427N
ST4432N
STD4432N
ST4448N
STD4448N
ST4460N
STD4460N
ST4464N
Delfield
Undercounter refrigerators
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
UC4427N
L
OVERALL
D
H
STORAGE SHELVES CUBIC FT. SQ. FT.
1/6 PAN CAPACITY
H.P. REFG. CHG.
(ounces)
AMP
NEMA
PLUG
WT. (lbs)
SHIP.
one door
27”
31.5”
34.25”
5.7
3.2
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
220
two drawer
27”
31.5”
34.25”
1.38
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
265
one door
32”
31.5”
34.25”
6.9
3.88
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
280
two drawer
32”
31.5”
34.25”
2.7
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
315
two door
48”
31.5”
34.25”
10.7
4.18
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
335
four drawer
48”
31.5”
34.25”
2.7
—
—
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
370
two door
60”
31.5”
34.25”
15.7
7.19
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
340
four drawer
60”
31.5”
34.25”
2.7
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
375
two door
64”
31.5”
34.25”
16.7
7.76
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
395
UCD4464N
four drawer
64”
31.5”
34.25”
5.4
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
440
UC4472N
three door
72”
31.5”
34.25”
18.7
8.22
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
UCD4472N
six drawer
72”
31.5”
34.25”
4
—
—
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
UCD4427N
UC4432N
UCD4432N
UC4448N
UCD4448N
UC4460N
UCD4460N
UC4464N
Compact Refrigerators
Salad top refrigerator bases
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
L
4427N-6
OVERALL
H
D
STORAGE SHELVES CUBIC FT.
SQ. FT.
1/6 PAN H.P. REFG. CHG.
CAPACITY
AMP
(ounces)
NEMA
SHIP.
PLUG
WT. (lbs)
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
5.7
3.24
6
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
240
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
1.38
—
6
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
290
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
10.7
5.48
8
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
320
D4448N-8
four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
8
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
395
4448N-12
two door
48”
31.5”
36”
10.7
5.48
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
320
4460N-8
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
15.7
7.19
8
1/2
12
12
5-15P
345
D4460N-8
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
8
1/2
12
12
5-15P
450
4460N-12
two door
60”
31.5”
36”
15.7
7.19
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
345
four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
450
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
8
1/2
12
12
5-15P
435
D4464N-8
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
8
1/2
12
12
5-15P
495
4464N-12
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
435
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
495
two door
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
16
1/2
12
12
5-15P
435
D4464N-16
four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
16
1/2
12
12
5-15P
495
4472N-12
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
18.9
8.22
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
D4472N-12
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
4
—
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
4472N-18
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
18.9
8.22
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
D4472N-18
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
4
—
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
D4427N-6
4448N-8
D4460N-12
4464N-8
D4464N-12
4464N-16
Delfield
Mega Top refrigerated front breathers
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
4427N-9M
L
OVERALL
D
H
STORAGE SHELVES CUBIC FT. SQ. FT.
1/6 PAN CAPACITY
H.P.
REFG. CHG. AMP
(ounces)
NEMA
PLUG
WT. (lbs)
SHIP.
one door
27”
31.5”
36”
5.7
3.2
9
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
290
D4427N-9M
two drawer
27”
31.5”
36”
1.38
—
9
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
325
4432N-12M
one door
32”
31.5”
36”
6.9
3.88
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
315
D4432N-12M two drawer
32”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
12
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
350
4448N-18M
48”
31.5”
36”
10.7
5.48
18
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
360
D4448N-18M four drawer
48”
31.5”
36”
1.5
—
18
1/5
9
7.2
5-15P
395
4460N-12M
60”
31.5”
36”
15.7
7.19
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
430
D4460N-12M four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
465
4460N-18M
60”
31.5”
36”
15.7
7.19
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
430
D4460N-18M four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
465
4460N-24M
60”
31.5”
36”
15.7
7.19
24
1/2
12
12
5-15P
430
D4460N-24M four drawer
60”
31.5”
36”
2.7
—
24
1/2
12
12
5-15P
465
4464N-12M
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
435
D4464N-12M four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
12
1/2
12
12
5-15P
470
4464N-18M
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
435
D4464N-18M four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
470
4464N-24M
64”
31.5”
36”
16.7
7.76
24
1/2
12
12
5-15P
435
D4464N-24M four drawer
64”
31.5”
36”
5.4
—
24
1/2
12
12
5-15P
470
4472N-18M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
18.7
8.22
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
D4472N-18M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
4
—
18
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
4472N-24M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
18.7
8.22
24
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
D4472N-24M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
4
—
24
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
4472N-30M
three door
72”
31.5”
36”
18.7
8.22
30
1/2
12
12
5-15P
485
D4472N-30M
six drawer
72”
31.5”
36”
4
—
30
1/2
12
12
5-15P
545
two door
two door
two door
two door
two door
two door
two door
Compact Refrigerators
INSTALLATION
Location
Cabinets 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.
The location should be selected so that power cords can
be connected without any extensions.
For the most efficient operation, be sure to provide good
air circulation inside and outside the cabinet. Avoid hot
corners and locations near stoves and ovens.
Inside Cabinet
Do not pack refrigerator so full that air cannot circulate.
Outside Cabinet
4400 Series equipment door and drawer models
These cabinets have Delfield’s “front-breathing” design.
They may be installed flush against a wall or built into a
counter as required.
The louver at the floor level must be kept completely clear
of any obstructions. Proper operation of these models
is dependent on air being able to flow freely through the
front louver. The louver at the back of the cabinet is not
necessary for proper operation, but any air flow through
it is beneficial.
CAUTION
Any restriction of the proper air flow outlined above, total
or partial, will void the warranty on the cabinet.
Leveling
A level cabinet will perform better because the drain
pan will drain properly, the drawers or doors will line up
with the frames and the cabinet will not be subject to
undue strain.
CAUTION
Never stand on the unit or its drawers! Doing so may
result in bodily injury. They are not designed to hold the
weight of a person and will collapse if misused in this
manner.
Stabilizing
All models are supplied standard on casters for your
convenience, for ease of cleaning underneath and for
mobility.
CAUTION
The cabinet 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 cabinet does not have
a condensate evaporator, or the evaporator fails, the
cabinets 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 and operator’s responsibility to provide
a container or outlet for drainage.
Electrical Connection
CAUTION
A 7’ (2.1 m) long grounded supply cord and threepronged plug are provided with standard cabinets. Simply
plug into a three-pronged wall outlet for proper grounding
of the cabinet to begin operation. Do not use an adapter
to connect to a two-pronged outlet. The three-pronged
outlet provides a ground connection which must be used
to prevent a shock hazard.
CAUTION
The wall outlet must be checked by a qualified electrician
to be sure a proper ground is present and that the outlet
provides the correct voltage and required amperage to
match the rating plate.
Any power cord that is frayed or damaged should be
replaced. When disconnecting the cabinet from the power
source, do not pull on the cord. Firmly grip the plug and
remove from outlet.
Delfield
The 15-P plug shown in Figure 2 is used on the various
4400 Series models.
Caster Mounting Detail
A universal bolt hole pattern, Figure 3, is provided on the
bottom of the cabinet. It will accommodate any caster.
Simply line up the plate holes with the corresponding
cabinet holes.
2.14"
2.82"
Figure 2. 5-15P Connector
Refer to the amperage data list in SPECIFICATIONS,
the serial tag, your local code or the National Electrical
Code to be sure the cabinet 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 cabinet.
CAUTION
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and the cabinet
disconnected from the power source whenever performing service, maintenance functions or cleaning the
refrigerated area.
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If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above,
mount in middle set of holes.
If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above,
mount in inner set of holes.
3" Caster - 3234024
5" Caster - 3234161
2" Caster - 3234148
Figure 3. Universal Caster Mounting Pattern
Note:
For undercounter units, 2" casters will
be mounted into a recessed box.
Compact Refrigerators
OPERATION
Refrigerated Cabinets
After the cabinet is connected to the power source it will
automatically begin operating. With the covers and doors
closed, the temperature of the cabinet should reach 36°F
to 40°F (2°C to 4°C) in about one hour. Temperature on
salad top will maintain 33°F to 41°F (1°C to 4°C) with pans
recessed 2.5” (6.5cm) at 86°F ambient room temperature
for a period of four hours, meeting NSF-7 requirements.
The temperature control on a flat top unit is located on
the back panel inside the refrigerator and can be adjusted
to meet the current conditions. The temperature control
on a salad top unit is located in the rear of the unit, 14"
to 16" above floor in access hole.
Temperature Control Instruction for
Salad Top Units
A thermostat located in rear of cabinet controls the
temperature inside the box (see Figure 5). The factory setting for the control is 5 and maintains about
34°F(1°C) to 36°F (2°C) inside the box. Set toward
1 for higher temperatures and toward 9 for lower temperatures.
Temperature Control Instruction for Flat
Top Units
A thermostat located in the evaporator housing on the
interior rear of the cabinet controls the temperature inside the box (see Figure 4). The factory setting for the
control is “4” and maintains about 38°F (3°C) inside the
box. Set toward “1” for higher temperatures and toward
“7” for lower temperatures.
Figure 5. Thermostat Location - Salad Top
CAUTION
Cabinets with pans should be operated with pans in
place. Operating the cabinet without all pans in place will
lessen efficiency and may damage the cabinet.
Continuous opening and closing of the door will hamper
the cabinet’s ability to maintain optimum refrigeration
temperature.
Top section is not intended for overnight storage. Product should be removed from pans. Pans can remain in
cabinet while empty.
Figure 4. Thermostat Location - Flat Top
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.
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Delfield
MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
CAUTION
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and the cabinet
disconnected from the power source whenever performing service, maintenance functions or cleaning the
refrigerated area.
STAINLESS STEEL CARE AND
CLEANING
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several
important steps need to be taken. First, the properties
of stainless steel need to be understood. 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 will not corrode and is still stainless. If the film is
broken or contaminated, outside elements can begin
to breakdown the steel and begin to form rust or other
discoloration.
CAUTION
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR
SCRAPERS!
Do not use an abrasive cleaner because it will scratch
the stainless steel and plastic and can damage gaskets.
Proper cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or
plastic scouring pads.
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or nonchloride 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.
Never use an acid based cleaning solution! Many food
products have an acidic content which can deteriorate
the finish. Be sure to clean ALL food products from any
stainless steel surface. Common items include, tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables.
CLEANING THE CONDENSER COIL
The condenser coil requires regular cleaning every 90
days (recommended). In some instances you may find
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 using a de-greasing agent and then being blown through
with compressed air. Follow the de-greasing agent
manufacturer’s instructions.
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 failure. Neglecting the
condenser coil cleaning procedures will void any warranties associated with the compressor or cost to replace
the compressor.
CAUTION
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.
Routine cleaning of the interior and exterior can be done
with soap and warm water. Extreme stains or grease
should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner and
plastic scrub pad. When cleaning the exterior, always rub
with the grain of the stainless steel to avoid marring the
finish. There are also stainless steel cleaners available
which can restore and preserve the finish of the steels
protective layer.
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 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.
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 an attempt
to restore the passivity of the steel.
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.
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BASIC MAINTENANCE
Gasket Maintenance
Gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and
mildew build up and also to maintain 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.
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 groove in
the door and new gaskets can be “pressed” back into
place.
Doors/Hinges
Over time and with heavy use the door hinges may become loose. If it is noticed that the door is beginning to
sag, it may be necessary to tighten the screws that mount
the hinge brackets to the frame of the cabinet, Figure
6. 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 may
Figure 6. Door Hinge
require repair by a qualified service agent or maintenance
personnel.
Drain Maintenance
Each cabinet has a drain located inside 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 cabinet, be sure the
drain tube is connected from the evaporator housing to
the condensate evaporator drain pan. If water has collected underneath the cabinet, check the condensate
evaporator drain tube to be sure it is still located inside
the drain pan. Leveling the cabinet is important as it is
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
During the refrigeration cycle the evaporator fans will
run continuously with the exception of door openings.
The temperature control allows for the evaporator coil
to clear after each off cycle and before the compressor
runs again.
Drawer Maintenance
Drawer Assembly Cleaning
The drawer assembly is designed to be cleaned easily.
Both drawer and tracks are removable without tools.
The intermediate drawer tracks are dishwasher safe
or can be cleaned in a sink with detergents and a soft
bristle brush. Drawers and tracks should be cleaned on
a weekly basis.
Remove Drawers
To remove a drawer, simply pull the drawer out until it
stops. At this point lift up on the drawer front and pull the
drawer completely out. Using a soft bristle brush, clean
the track on the bottom of the drawer box. When finished,
it should be wiped clean of all food and debris.
Tracks
To remove the intermediate tracks, the drawer box assembly must be removed. The intermediate tracks are
removed by pulling the track out 1.50” to 2.00” (3.8cm to
5.0cm). Line up the rear white roller with the half moon
notch in the outer profile, and then rotate the track away
from the outer track profile freeing the intermediate
profile. The intermediate drawer tracks are dishwasher
safe or can be cleaned in a sink with detergents and a
soft bristle brush. Drawers and tracks should be cleaned
on a weekly basis. Using a soft bristle brush, wash the
intermediate track making sure each roller is thoroughly
cleaned. The outer profile track should be cleaned with a
soft bristle brush, removing any food and debris gathered
on the bottom ledge. Once it’s cleaned thoroughly with
a soft bristle brush, wipe remaining debris clean with a
soft towel.
Reassembly
Place intermediate tracks back into the outer track profile by
lining up the rear roller with the half moon notch and rotating
towards the outer profile. Once all tracks are replaced, insert
the drawer box. Rest the drawer box bottom track on the
front intermediate track roller. Then push the drawer back in
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Flat Top Units
L1
G
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord and
Plug furnished
N
BLACK
WHITE
EVAPORATOR FANS
HPS
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
CONDENSING
UNIT
Salad Top Units
NEMA 5-15P
Supply Cord and
Plug furnished
Temperature Control
Knob Access
L1
N
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
1 3
5
HPS
WIRING DIAGRAMS
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STANDARD LABOR GUIDELINES TO REPAIR OR REPLACE PARTS ON DELFIELD
EQUIPMENT
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.
PLACE:
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 RE-
• Thermostat
• Evaporator/Condenser Fan Motor and Blade
• Hi-limit/Thermal Protector Switch
• Fan Delay/Defrost Termination Switch
• Compressor Start Components and Overload Protector
• Door Hinges, Locks, and Gaskets
LABOR OF 2 HOURS IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE:
• Drawer Tracks/Cartridges
• Locate/Repair a Leak
LABOR OF 3 HOURS IS ALLOWED TO REPLACE:
• Condenser or Evaporator Coil
LABOR OF 4 HOURS IS ALLOWED TO
REPLACE
Compressor
• Hot gas condensate evaporator
REFRIGERANTS
R404A A maximum of $12.00/lb. or 75¢/oz. will be reimbursed.
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.)
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Manufacturers Limited Lifetime Warranty
Delfield warrants to the original purchaser-user, subject
to the limitations and exclusions set forth below, that
the ABS interior of the Delfield 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.
dealer. The defective part invoice must be returned to
Delfield within 15 days after the date of service to be
eligible for warranty coverage. All claims must include the
model, serial number, an original date of installation and
customer identification. Use of parts other than original
Delfield replacement parts will not be covered.
Exclusions
What is covered
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.
Delfield’s Obligation
Limited strictly to shipping OEM replacement parts or
repair kits for any ABS covered interior. A Delfield authorized service dealer and Delfield’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 Delfield’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 Delfield approved authorized
service agent.
User Responsibility
The product must be installed, cleaned and maintained
as described in the Installation & Operation 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.
Procedures
All claims for replacement parts or repair kits must be made
through a Delfield Parts Depot or an authorized Delfield
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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 or installation of replacement parts not approved
by Delfield: or The introduction of 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
Delfield’s One Year Parts and 90-Day Warranty 4400
Series. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL DELFIELD 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 Installation & 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.
Compact Refrigerators
STANDARD ONE YEAR WARRANTY (One year parts, 90 days labor)
The Delfield Company (“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. The Original purchaser will pay
all labor, crating, freight and related costs incurred in the removal
of the Unit of defective component and shipment to Delfield, except that during a period of either ninety (90) days 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,
ninety (90) days from the date of installation Delfield will pay all
related labor costs. 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
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.
IF THE CUSTOMER IS USING A PART THAT RESULTS IN A
VOIDED WARRANTY AND A DELFIELD 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 Delfield factory of the part claimed to be defective, the Original
Purchaser must accept delivery of the replacement part of 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 of 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.
IF DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD, CUSTOMER USES A
PART FOR THIS DELFIELD EQUIPMENT OTHER THAN AN UNMODIFIED NEW OR RECYCLED PART PURCHASED DIRECTLY
FROM DELFIELD 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, DELFIELD 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
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