Delfield 6100XL Refrigerator User Manual

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6000XL & 6100XL Series Reach Ins 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 2.
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6000XL Series Service and Installation Manual
Contents
Serial Number Information......................................................... 2
Receiving & Inspecting Equipment............................................ 2
Specifications.............................................................................. 3
Installation................................................................................4-5
Operation..................................................................................... 6
Maintenance.............................................................................7-8
Wiring Diagrams....................................................................9-13
Refrigeration Package Diagram................................................14
Replacement Parts...............................................................15-16
Standard Labor Guidelines.......................................................17
Standard Warranties............................................................18-19
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Serial Number Information
The serial number of all self-contained 6000XL Series
refrigerators and freezers is located above the door under the
shroud.
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.
This manual covers standard units only. If you have a custom
unit, consult the customer service department at the number
listed below.
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. Be certain to check the compressor compartment
housing and visually inspect the refrigeration package.
Be sure lines are secure and base is still intact.
6. Freight carriers can supply the necessary damage forms
upon request.
7. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been
made or waived.
NOTE: Upon powering unit, there could be up to a
10 minute delay before unit begins to cool.
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Specifications
Voltage
Amps
Storage
Capacity FT3
Shelf
Capacity FT2
H.P.
BTU/HR
Evap.
Temp
R-404A Charge
Oz.
Shipping
Weight
Nema
Plug
6025XL-SH,S
115
6.0
20.0
15.1
1/4
2092
20˚F
12.5
274lbs/124kg
5-15p
6025XL-G,GH
115
6.0
20.0
15.1
1/4
2092
20˚F
12.5
338lbs/153kg
5-15p
6051XL-SH,S
115
8.0
43.5
33.2
1/3
2488
20˚F
12.5
454lbs/206kg
5-15p
6051XL-G,GH
115
8.0
43.5
33.2
1/3
2488
20˚F
12.5
548lbs/249kg
5-15p
6076XL-SH,S
115
16.0
66.5
48.3
1/4, 1/3
2092/2488
20˚F
12.5/12.5
622lbs/282kg
5-20p
6076XL-G,GH
115
16.0
66.5
48.3
1/4, 1/3
2092/2488
20˚F
12.5/12.5
774lbs/351kg
5-20p
6125XL-S,SH
115
9.0
20.0
15.1
1/2
2092
-20˚F
12.5
274lbs/124kg
5-15p
6151XL-S,SH
115
12.0
43.5
33.2
3/4
1923
-20˚F
12.5
454lbs/206kg
5-15p
6176XL-S,SH
120/208230
20.0
66.5
48.3
1/2, 3/4
1516/1923
-20˚F
12.5/12.5
622lbs/282kg
14-20P
Voltage
Amps
Storage
Capacity FT3
Shelf
Capacity FT2
Required
BTU/HR
Evap. Temp
Shipping Weight
6025XLR-SH,S
115
5.0
20.0
15.1
2092
20˚F
274lbs/124kg
6025XLR-G,GH
115
5.0
20.0
15.1
2092
20˚F
338lbs/153kg
6051XLR-SH,S
115
5.0
43.5
33.2
2488
20˚F
454lbs/206kg
6051XLR-G,GH
115
5.0
43.5
33.2
2488
20˚F
548lbs/249kg
6076XLR-SH,S
115
5.0
66.5
48.3
2092/2488
20˚F
622lbs/282kg
6076XLR-G,GH
115
5.0
66.5
48.3
2092/2488
20˚F
774lbs/351kg
6125XLR-S,SH
115
5.0
20.0
15.1
2092
-20˚F
274lbs/124kg
6151XLR-S,SH
115
5.0
43.5
33.2
1923
-20˚F
454lbs/206kg
6176XLR-S,SH
115
5.0
66.5
48.3
1516/1923
-20˚F
622lbs/282kg
Model
Model
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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. A fully
loaded 6000XL series can weigh as much as 1500 pounds.
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. The refrigerated air is discharged at the top
rear of the unit. It is important to allow for proper air flow
from the top rear to the bottom of the unit. Obstructions to
this air flow can cause evaporator coil freeze ups and loss of
temperature or overflow of water from the evaporator drain
pan. The rear of the unit has molded ribs and the shelves
have a rear turn up on them to
prevent this. However, bags and
other items can still be located to
the far rear of the cabinet. There is
also a return air diffuser along the
top front of the cabinet interior, this
also requires proper air circulation.
Prevent obstruction by locating large
boxes and tall stacks of product to
the bottom of the cabinet.
Outside cabinet: Be sure that the
unit has access to ample air. Avoid
hot corners and locations near
stoves and ovens.
It is recommended that the unit be installed no closer than 2”
from any wall with at least 12” of clear space above the unit.
Avoid exposing glass door units to direct sunlight. Direct
sunlight through the glass doors will make the ABS liner
fade and become brittle and will greatly reduce refrigeration
efficiency.
Leveling
A level cabinet looks better and will perform better because
the doors will line up with the frames properly, the cabinet will
not be subject to undue strain and the contents of the cabinet
will not move around on the shelves. Use a level to make sure
the unit is level from front to back and side to side. Units
supplied with legs will have adjustable bullet feet to make the
necessary adjustments. If the unit is supplied with casters, no
adjustments are available. Ensure the floor where the unit is to
be located is level.
Stabilizing
Some models are supplied on casters for your convenience,
ease of cleaning underneath and for mobility. It is very
important, however, that the cabinet be installed in a stable
condition with the front wheels locked while in use.
Should it become necessary to lay the unit on its side or back
for any reason, allow at least 24 hours before start-up so as to
allow compressor oil to flow back to the sump. Failure to meet
this requirement can cause compressor failure and unit damage.
Unit repairs will not be subject to standard
unit warranties due to improper installation
procedures.
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 to the unit.
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.
Door Reversal Procedure 6000XL
Edge-Mount Hinge
1.
Open door 90˚ and lift door straight up and off hinges.
2. Remove the plastic screw covers on each hinge section
by prying out with a thin screwdriver.
3. Remove two outer screws that mount each hinge to door,
loosen the center screw, rotate hinge 180˚, reinstall outer
screws and retighten center screw.
4. Remove two screws that mount lock on top of door, turn
door up-side-down and remount lock to top of door.
5.
Remove the hinges from the cabinet face frame.
6. Use a 3/16” drill to drill holes in cabinet face frame at the
marked hinge locations on the new hinge side.
7. Remove the plastic cam from the hinges by pulling
straight up, then rotating the cam 180˚ and pushing back into
the hinge.
8.
Reinstall the plastic screw covers removed in step 2.
9.
Reinstall the door by reversing step 1.
10. If plastic plugs are needed to plug old screw holes in
cabinet face frame, please contact Delfield Parts Department at
(800) 733-8821, extension 12801.
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Installation, continued
Leg and Caster Installation
WARNING
Some cabinets may weigh over 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 refer to Figure 1 and proceed as
follows:
1. Remove unit from skid.
2. Raise unit to access leg/caster mounting bolts on bottom
of unit.
3. Remove the bolts from the cabinet and use them to attach
the legs or casters.
All single-section units require that the swivel
casters be mounted on the front and rigid casters
be mounted on the rear.
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Operation
OPERATION
Electronic Temperature Control
Operation:
The electronic temperature control constantly monitors box
temperature as well as evaporator coil temperature to maintain
consistent product temperatures. The control also sends
temperature readings to the digital temperature display. The control
circuits continually self-check and if an error occurs, the digital
display will switch from temperature read-out to error read-out, i.e.
E 1. Even when an error is displayed, the refrigeration and controls
system should continue to function, however not at optimal
performance. Whenever the display has an error read-out, Delfield
Service should be contacted.
At initial start-up or anytime power is disconnected, then
reconnected to the unit, the control will delay all operations for
a short time (up to 10 minutes.) While in this delay period, the
control initializes the control parameters and confirms that the
temperature sensors and circuits are operational. The digital
temperature display will not display temperature OR errors until
the self-check is complete and the control has switched on the
evaporator fan motor, compressor and condenser fan motor.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING FREEZERS: After initializing, the
control will immediately enter a DEFROST mode and the display
will read DEF. The compressor and condenser fan as well as the
evaporator fan will remain off until initialization defrost is complete.
This initial defrost cycle may take up to 15 minutes to complete,
at which time the freezing cycle will begin. The display will
continue to read DEF for an additional 30 minutes before displaying
temperature.
Refrigerator:
The control is located in the control box in the top of the
refrigerator behind the removable louvered panel on the left side.
It is factory set at mid-range to maintain about 38˚F (3˚C) box
temperature. To adjust for colder temperatures,
turn the knob clockwise. For warmer temperatures, turn the knob
counter-clockwise. Turn the knob fully counter-clockwise to turn
the refrigeration system off. Never turn the knob more than 1 dial
number and always allow 8 hours for temperature stabilization
before making any additional adjustments.
Freezer:
The control is located in the control box in the top of the
refrigerator behind the removable louvered panel on the left side.
It is factory set at mid-range to maintain about -3˚F (-18˚C) box
temperature. To adjust for colder temperatures, turn the knob
clockwise. For warmer temperatures, turn the knob counterclockwise. Turn the knob fully counter-clockwise to turn the
refrigeration system off. Never turn the knob more than 1 dial
number and always allow 8 hours for temperature stabilization
before making any additional adjustments.
Energy Saver Switch
The energy saver switch is a rocker switch located next to the
thermostat knob. The normal operating position for this switch
is the OFF or “0” position. If excessive condensation is observed
on the door opening, flip the energy saver switch to the ON or “-”
position, (red portion of the rocker switch will be visible).
Refrigeration & Defrost Cycle
Refrigerator:
Whenever the refrigerator is plugged in, and the control has
completed initializing, the evaporator fans will run continuously and
the digital temperature will display box temperature in degrees F.
The temperature control will cycle the compressor and condenser
fan motor to maintain box temperature at the control setting.
Refrigerator Defrost
The temperature control also monitors the evaporator temperature
and will turn off the compressor and condenser fan motor when
needed to allow accumulated frost on the evaporator to clear.
During this defrost cycle, the digital temperature display will
read dEF. After the defrost cycle is complete, the temperature
control will return to a normal cooling cycle, but the display will
continue to read dEF until the evaporator returns to normal cooling
temperatures (up to 30 minutes).
Freezer:
Whenever the freezer is plugged in, and the control has completed
initializing including the initial defrost cycle (also see Electronic
Temperature Control Operation, on this page), the evaporator fans
will run continuously. After evaporator coil has reached operational
temperature, the digital temperature will display box temperature in
degrees F. The temperature control will cycle the compressor and
condenser fan motor to maintain box temperature at the control
setting.
Freezer Automatic Defrost
The control also monitors compressor total running time and will
enter a defrost cycle after total compressor running time is greater
than 4-hours since the last defrost cycle OR if evaporator coil
temperature drops below -34˚F (indicating excessive frost on the
coil).
Freezer Manual Defrost
If a manual defrost is desired, simply unplug the unit for several
seconds, then plug unit back in. This will cause the control to reinitialize and then enter a defrost cycle.
When the control enters the defrost mode, it switches off the
evaporator fan motor, compressor and condenser fan motor, and
switches on the defrost heater to warm the evaporator coil. Thereby
melting all frost accumulated during the previous refrigeration
cycle. The digital temperature display will now read dEF. The
control will continue the defrost cycle for a MINIMUM of 8 minutes
and a MAXIMUM of 30 minutes depending on the amount of frost
accumulated on the evaporator coil.
After the defrost cycle is complete, the control returns to a normal
refrigeration cycle, however the evaporator fan motor will not
switch on for 2 minutes AFTER the compressor and condenser fan
motor have begun operating. The digital temperature display will
continue to read dEF until the evaporator has returned to normal
freezing temperatures (up to 30 minutes).
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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 degreasing 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.
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.
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 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
non-abrasive 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 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.
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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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.
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.
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Wiring Diagrams: Refrigerators
6025XL-S, 6025XL-SH
L1
NOTES:
1) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
2) THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
3) UNIT SHOWN WITH COMPRESSOR
RUNNING AND DOORS CLOSED
N
LINE VOLTAGE
115/60/1
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
EVAPORATOR HOUSING
EVAP FAN
MOTOR
M
PLUG
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
N
5
C
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
BLUE
M
1
INCANDESCENT
LIGHT
COMPRESSOR
W
WITH BLUE
STRIPES
W
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
M
ENERGY SAVER SWITCH
WIRE
NUT
W
CONTROL
BOX
CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
W
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
L
3
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
W
SPLICE
BLK
BLK
POWER BOX
W
START RELAY
BLK
M
10
EVAPORATOR
FAN MOTOR
12
RED
C L L H N F
1 2 3 4 5 6
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
BLK
M
N
RU ING
ND
DOOR FRAME
HEATER
WI
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
START
CAPACITOR
11
BLK
CONDENSER
FAN
RT G
STA INDIN 13
W
COMPRESSOR
GROUND
14
MOTOR PROTECTOR
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
DOOR
SWITCH
INCANDESCENT
LIGHT
BLK
BLK
W
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
DOOR
HINGE
SWITCH
COMPRESSOR
FRAME HEATERS
6025XL-G, 6025XL-GH
BLK
L1
FLUORESCENT LIGHT
BALLAST
N
LINE VOLTAGE
115/60/1
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
M
PLUG
N
FLUORESCENT LAMP ASSEMBLY
5
W
C
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
EVAP FAN
MOTOR
BLK
M
1
BLUE
W
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
EVAPORATOR HOUSING
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
L
BLUE
FLUORESCENT LAMP
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
3
RED
FLUORESCENT
LAMP
SWITCH
COMPRESSOR
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
BLK
W
CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
M
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
W
WITH BLUE
STRIPES
WIRE
NUT
W
CONTROL
BOX
W
SPLICE
BLK
BLK
M
POWER BOX
W
EVAPORATOR
FAN MOTOR
START RELAY
BLK
10
START
CAPACITOR
11
BLK
12
C L L H N F
1 2 3 4 5 6
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
M
FLUORESCENT
LAMP BALLAST
FLUORESCENT
LAMP SWITCH
RT G
STA INDIN 13
W
14
COMPRESSOR
GROUND
MOTOR PROTECTOR
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
FLUORESCENT
LAMP
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CONDENSER
FAN
N
RU ING
D
DOOR FRAME
HEATER
WIN
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
BLK
NOTES:
1) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
2) THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
3) UNIT SHOWN WITH COMPRESSOR
RUNNING AND DOORS CLOSED
BLK
W
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
COMPRESSOR
FRAME HEATERS
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Wiring Diagrams: Refrigerators
6051XL-S, 6051XL-SH
6051XL-G, 6051XL-GH
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Wiring Diagrams: Refrigerators
6076XL-S, 6076XL-SH
6076XL-G, 6076XL-GH
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Wiring Diagrams: Freezers
6125XL-S, 6125XL-SH
L1
N
LINE VOLTAGE
115/60/1
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
NOTES:
1) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
2) THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
3) UNIT SHOWN WITH COMPRESSOR
RUNNING AND DOORS CLOSED
EVAPORATOR HOUSING
EVAP FAN
MOTOR
Y
N
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
PLUG
5
M
DEFROST
HEATER
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
BLUE
F
6
FAN RELAY
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
L
3
HIGH TEMP
LIMIT
SWITCH
M
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
EVAPORATOR FAN
INCANDESCENT
LIGHT
H
4
HEATER RELAY
DEFROST HEATER
C
M
W
WITH BLUE
STRIPES
W
CONTROL
BOX
1
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
COMPRESSOR
WIRE
NUT
W
P
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
W
M
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
W
SPLICE
BLK
CONDENSOR FAN
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
POWER BOX
GREY
BLK
START
CAPACITOR
W
10
BLK
W
RED
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
C L L H N F
1 2 3 4 5 6
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
BLK
DOOR FRAME
HEATER
W
13
14
WINDING
PROTECTOR
CONDENSER
FAN
M
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
DOOR
SWITCH
11
12
RUN
WINDIN
G
INCANDESCENT
LIGHT
START G
WINDIN
BLK
DOOR
HINGE
SWITCH
BLK
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
W
COMPRESSOR
FRAME HEATERS
6125XL-G, 6125XL-GH
L1
N
LINE VOLTAGE
115/60/1
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
EVAPORATOR HOUSING
EVAP FAN
MOTOR
BLK
FLUORESCENT LIGHT
BALLAST
HIGH TEMP
LIMIT
SWITCH
M
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
N
F
FAN RELAY
Y
FLUORESCENT LAMP
5
6
DEFROST
HEATER
BLUE
M
FLUORESCENT LAMP ASSEMBLY
BLK
EVAPORATOR FAN
PLUG
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
BLUE
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
L
3
RED
FLUORESCENT
LAMP
SWITCH
W
H
HEATER RELAY
4
C
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
DEFROST HEATER
W
M
1
CONTROL
BOX
COMPRESSOR
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
W
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
W
WITH BLUE
STRIPES
WIRE
NUT
W
P
M
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
W
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
CONDENSOR FAN
SPLICE
BLK
BLK
GREY
POWER BOX
BLK
START
CAPACITOR
W
10
BLK
W
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
DOOR FRAME
HEATER
FLUORESCENT
LAMP BALLAST
C L L H N F
1 2 3 4 5 6
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
14
M
START
NG
WINDI
BLK
BLK
W
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
FRAME HEATERS
12
WINDING
PROTECTOR
CONDENSER
FAN
RUN
WINDI
NG
FLUORESCENT
LAMP
NOTES:
1) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
2) THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
3) UNIT SHOWN WITH COMPRESSOR
RUNNING AND DOORS CLOSED
13
12
W
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
FLUORESCENT
LAMP SWITCH
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Wiring Diagrams: Freezers
6151XL-S, 6151XL-SH
L1
N
LINE VOLTAGE
115/60/1
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
NOTES:
1) USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY
2) THIS UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
3) UNIT SHOWN WITH COMPRESSOR
RUNNING AND DOORS CLOSED
EVAPORATOR HOUSING
EVAP FAN
MOTOR
Y
N
BLUE
F
FAN RELAY
PLUG
5
M
6
DEFROST
HEATER
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
3
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
L
HIGH TEMP
LIMIT
SWITCH
M
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
EVAPORATOR FAN
INCANDESCENT
LIGHT
H
HEATER RELAY
4
DEFROST HEATER
C
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
M
CONTROL
BOX
1
COMPRESSOR
W
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
W
WITH BLUE
STRIPES
WIRE
NUT
W
P
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
W
M
SPLICE
BLK
CONDENSOR FAN
W
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
W
POWER BOX
GREY
BLK
MOTOR
PROTECTOR
MAIN WINDING
C
BLK
RUN CAPACITOR
W
RED
ENERGY SAVER
SWITCH
BLK
DOOR FRAME
HEATERS
C L L H N F
1 2 3 4 5 6
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
W
S
INCANDESCENT
LIGHT
DOOR
HINGE
SWITCHES
BLK
DOOR FRAME HEATERS
W
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
BLK
2
4
1
START
WINDING
CONDENSER
FAN
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
DOOR
SWITCHES
R
M
5
1
1
2
2
N
N
L
L
START CAPACITOR
COMPRESSOR
6176XL-S, 6176XL-SH
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Refrigeration Package Diagram
17
16
4
7
15
18
5
12
6
14
11
9
1
3
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Refrigeration Package - Replacement Parts
Refrigerator - 1 section & 3 section left package
Item Number
1
2 (kit)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
Part Number
3516437
2194782KT
2190154
2184181
2162715
3517390
3516429
3516205
3516426
158-C34-004H
127-C33-0031
2162717
3516432
2160019
3526999
220V/50Hz Part#
2194988KT
2162719
2192720
3527013
3516444
117U6002
2194787
117U5015
3516322
1702795
3516041
Freezer- 1 section & 3 section left package
Description
Coil, evaporator
Control, ETC1, Kit
Switch, energy saver
Cord, power
Motor, fan, evaporator
Fan blade, evaporator
Valve, refrigerant, TXV
Clip, TXV bulb mounting
Coil, condenser
Condensate loop, copper
Shroud, condenser fan
Motor, fan, condenser, 9W
Fan blade, condenser
Guard, condenser fan
Compressor
Compressor, 50Hz - NL7CUX
Relay & overload, compressor
50Hz Relay and overload, Danfoss p/n
Capacitor, compressor start, 280MFD
50Hz Capacitor, start, 80MFD, Danfoss p/n
Filter-drier, refrigerant
Condensate pan
Solenoid valve, used on remote units
Refrigerator - 2 section & 3 section right package
Item Number
1
2 (kit)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
Part Number
3516437
2194782KT
2190154
2184181
2162715
3517390
3516429
3516205
3516427
158-C34-004H
127-C33-0030
2162716
3516433
2160019
3527000
220V/50Hz Part#
2194988KT
2192719
2162721
3527012
3516438
117U6003
2194788
117U5015
3516322
1702795
3516041
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Item Number
1
2 (kit)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
19
20
21
Part Number
3516436
2194783KT
2194959
2184181
2162715
3517390
3516429
3516205
3516426
158-C34-004H
127-C33-0031
2162717
3516432
2160019
3527001
220V/50Hz Part#
2194964KT
2194183
2162719
2162720
3527011
3516441
117U6019
2194789
117U5017
3516322
2194785
9321629
2194953
1702795
3516041
2194967
Description
Coil, evaporator
Control, ETC1, Kit
Switch, energy saver
Cord, power
Motor, fan, evaporator
Fan blade, evaporator
Valve, refrigerant, TXV
Clip, TXV bulb mounting
Coil, condenser
Condensate loop, copper
Shroud, condenser fan
Motor, fan, condenser, 9W
Fan blade, condenser
Guard, condenser fan
Compressor
Compressor, 50 Hz - NL8.4CLX danfoss
Relay & overload, compressor
50Hz Relay and overload, Danfoss p/n
Capacitor, compressor start, 240MFD
50Hz Capacitor, start, 80MFD, Danfoss p/n
Filter-drier, refrigerant
Heater, defrost
Clip, defrost heater mounting
Switch, defrost safety, high limit
Condensate pan
Solenoid valve, used on remote units
Freezer- 2 section & 3 section right package
Description
Coil, evaporator
Control, ETC1, Kit
Switch, energy saver
Cord, power
Motor, fan, evaporator
Fan blade, evaporator
Valve, refrigerant, TXV
Clip, TXV bulb mounting
Coil, condenser
Condensate loop, copper
Shroud, condenser fan
Motor, fan, condenser, 16W
Fan blade, condenser
Guard, condenser fan
Compressor, Kit
Compressor, 50Hz - SC15CLX.2 danfoss
Relay & overload, compressor
50Hz Relay and overload, Danfoss p/n
Capacitor, compressor start, 320MFD
50Hz Capacitor, start, 80MFD, Danfoss p/n
Filter-drier, refrigerant
Condensate pan
Solenoid valve, used on remote units
Item Number
1
2 (kit)
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
Part Number
3516436
2194783KT
2194959
2184181
2162715
3517390
3516429
3516205
3516427
158-C34-004H
127-C33-0030
2162716
3516433
2160019
3527002
220V/50Hz Part#
2194964KT
2194183
2162719
2162721
3527010
3516442
117U6013
117U5012
3516322
2194785
9321629
2194953
1702795
3516041
2194967
Description
Coil, evaporator
Control, ETC1, Kit
Switch, energy saver
Cord, power
Motor, fan, evaporator
Fan blade, evaporator
Valve, refrigerant, TXV
Clip, TXV bulb mounting
Coil, condenser
Condensate loop, copper
Shroud, condenser fan
Motor, fan, condenser, 16W
Fan blade, condenser
Guard, condenser fan
Compressor, Kit
Compressor, 50Hz - Sc18CLX.2, danfoss
Relay and capacitor, compressor start, 125MFD
50Hz Relay, Danfoss p/n
50Hz Capacitor, start, 125MFD, Danfoss p/n
Filter-drier, refrigerant
Heater, defrost
Clip, defrost heater mounting
Switch, defrost safety, high limit
Condensate pan
Solenoid valve, used on remote units
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Replacement Parts
Miscellaneous Replacement Parts
Part Number
2194791
3235514
3234778
3234779
2194792
3239590
3234791
3978270
3978277
3978278
Description
Cable
Casters, rigid, One section only
Casters, swivel, w/o brake, Two & Three section
Casters, swivel, with brake
Display
Door lock
Legs
Shelf, One Section, Three Section
Shelf LH, Two Section, Three Section
Shelf RH, Two Section, Three Section
5066440
3516204A
Switch, rocker, door, SPDT-D8
Vacuum breaker
Stainless Steel Door Replacement Parts
Part Number
Description
2194005
Bulb, incandescent, 40W
2194145
Bulb, socket
000-AB9-013K
Full Door, s/s, hinged left, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013J
Full Door, s/s, hinged right, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013P
Half Door, s/s, bottom left, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013R
Half Door, s/s, bottom right, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013M
Half Door, s/s, top left, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013N
Half Door, s/s, top right, edge mount hinges
3234617KT
Hinge, 1-5/16" offset with adjustable housing
1702796
Gasket, full door. s/s
1702797
Gasket, half door, s/s
Glass Door Replacement Parts
Part Number
Description
2194786
Ballast
2194290
Bulb, fluorescent, 18” coated, F15T8
000-AB9-013U
Full door, glass, hinged left, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013T
Full door, glass, hinged right, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013Y
Half door, glass, bottom left, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013Z
Half door, glass, bottom right, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013W
Half door, glass, top left, edge mount hinges
000-AB9-013X
Half door, glass, top right, edge mount hinges
3234617KT
Hinge, 1-5/16" Offset with adjustable housing
1701901
Gasket, full door, glass
1701902
Gasket, half door, glass
2194289
Lampholder
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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.
•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:
•Thermostat
•Evaporator/Condenser Fan Motor and Blade
•Hi-limit/Thermal Protector Switch
•Compressor Start Components and Overload Protector
•Condensate Element
•
•
•
•
•
Door Jamb Switch
Solenoid Coil
Fan Delay/Defrost Termination Switch
Door Hinges, Locks, and Gaskets
Thermometer
LABOR OF 2 HOURS TO REPLACE:
•Defrost Element
• Solenoid Valve
•Locate/Repair Leak
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
•R404A A maximum of $15.00/lb. or $1.00/oz. will be reimbursed.
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Manufacturers Limited Lifetime Warranty-ABS Liner
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.
What is covered.
The interior liner of the 6000XL Series refrigerators are 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.
Delfield’s Obligation
Limited strictly to shipping OEM replacement parts or repair kits
for any covered ABS 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 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
Delfield; 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 Delfield’s One Year Parts
and One year Labor Warranty. 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 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 Delfield Parts Depot or an authorized Delfield 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 number, serial number, an original date of
installation and customer identification. Use of parts other than
original Delfield replacement parts will not be covered.
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Standard One Year Warranty (One Year Parts And 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.
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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 RECEIVED FROM AN
UNAUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER. If the warranty becomes void,
Customer may purchase from Delfield, if available, a Service
Agreement or service at the then current time and materials rate.
For more information on Delfield warranty’s log on and check out the
service section of our web site at www.delfield.com.
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For customer service, call (800) 733-8829, (800) 733-8821, Fax (888) 779-2040, www.delfield.com
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