COMMERCIAL FR R/REFRIGERATOR GLASS DOOR REFRIGERATOR TABLE OF CONTENTS Product Registration ................................................ Important Safety Instructions .................................... Electrical Information ............................................... 2 2 2-3 Caster Installation and Setup ........................................ Appliance Start-up ..................................................... Features ................................................................. Routine Maintenance ............................................... 3-4 4 5 6 Energy Conservation Measures ................................. Troubleshooting Guide ............................................. Wiring Diagram ....................................................... 6 7-8 9 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Electrolux Major Appliances 297279901 (March 2009) Product Registration Proper Disposal Risk of Appliance of Child Entrapment Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators or freezers are still dangerous - even if they will sit for "just a few days". If you are getting rid of your old refrigerator or freezer, please follow the instructions below to help prevent accidents: Read and Save These Instructions This Use & Care Guide provides specific operating instructions for your model. Use your freezer only as instructed in this guide. These instructions are not meant to cover every possible condition and situation that may occur. Common sense and caution must be practiced when installing, operating, and maintaining any appliance. e Remove the door. e Leave shelves in place so children may not easily climb inside. Record Your Model and Serial Numbers Record the model and serial numbers in the space provided below. The serial plates are located on the left exterior wall (chest models). Information These guidelines must be followed to ensure that safety mechanisms in the design of this appliance will operate properly. Model No. Serial No. Register Your Product The self-addressed PRODUCT REGISTRATION CARD (shown above) should be filled in completely, signed and returned to the address provided. Important Electrical Safety Instructions Read all instructions before using this appliance Avoid fire hazard or electric shock. Do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug. Do not remove any prong from the power cord. Grounding type wall receptacle For Your Safety Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this unit or any other appliance. Read product labels for flammability and other warnings. Child Safety Destroy carton, plastic bags, and any exterior wrapping material immediately after the appliance is unpacked. Children should never use these items for play. Cartons covered with rugs, bedspreads, plastic sheets or stretch wrap may become airtight chambers and can quickly cause suffocation. Remove all staples from the carton. Staples can cause severe cuts, and destroy finishes if they come in contact with other appliances or furniture. An empty, discarded ice box, refrigerator, or freezer is a very dangerous attraction to children. Remove and discard any spacers used to secure the shelves during shipping. Small objects are a choke hazard to children. Power supply cord with 3-prong grounding plug Refer to the serial plate for correct electrical rating. The power cord of the appliance is equipped with a three-prong grounding plug for protection against shock hazards. It must be plugged directly into its own properly grounded three-prong receptacle, protected with a 15 amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker. The receptacle must be installed in accordance with the local codes and ordinances. Consult a qualified electrician. Receptacles with Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) are NOT RECOMMENDED. DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD OR AN ADAPTER PLUG. If the voltage varies by 10 percent or more, appliance performance may be affected. Operating the appliance with insufficient power can damage the motor. Such damage isnotcovered underthewarranty. Ifyoususpect yourvoltage ishighorlow,consult yourpower company fortesting. Toprevent theappliance frombeingturned off accidentally, donotplugtheunitintoanoutletcontrolled byawallswitch orpullcord. DONOTpinch,knot,orbendthepower cordinany manner. 4. Remove the four scews holding the wood skid to the bottom of the unit using a 3/8" socket wrench. See Figure 1. Discard the wood skid and screws. 8. Remove and discard the two front brackets with leg leveler using a 5/16" socket wrench. See Figure 1. 6. FOR GLASS DOOR MODELS ONLY - Remove bottom door support bracket and screw opposite the door hinge using a 3/8" socket wrench. See Figure 2. Other Precautions JJ • NEVER unplug the appliance by pulling on the power cord. Always grip the plug firmly and pull straight out from the receptacle. Figure 1 To avoid electrical shock, unplug the appliance before cleaning. NOTE: Turning the control to "OFF" turns off the compressor does not disconnect power to other electrical components. Caster Installation Inspection but Screws and Set-up for Damage Inspect the underside of the cabinet and packaging for damage, similar to what can be caused with a forklift. If hidden damage is found after uncrating, immediately call the delivery carrier and request an inspection. Retain all packaging and crating materials until the inspection is complete. Skid Wood Skid Parts and Accessories Check to make sure that you have received the box containing all of the components listed below. A Carriage Bolt (4) D Fixed Caster (2) B Lock Nut (4) E Hex Screw (10) C Swivel Caster (2) A Tools B Figure 2 E C Needed The following tools are required to assemble and install the casters to the unit: 5/16", 3/8" and 9/16" Socket or Open End Wrench Uncrating Adjustable Wrench or Pliers Support Bracket Phillips c_ Screwdriver and Set-up 1. Remove carton and all loose parts from inside the unit. 2. Remove the rear access guard and place it and the screws in a safe place for reassembly later. 3. Using an assistant, carefully tip the unit onto its back and rest on blocks to avoid damaging the condensate drain hose and the plastic raceway that covers the evaporator tubing on the back of the cabinet. Front Fixed Caster Installation 1. Locate and align fixed caster (with brake lever facing front of unit - see Figure 3) over the same mounting holes from bracket in Figure 1 using six hex screws (3 for each caster). Secure the screws snug using a 3/8" open end wrench. Repeat this procedure for opposite corner. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Rear Swivel Caster Installation 1. Remove and discard the screws shown in Figure 4 from each bottom corner using a 5/16" socket wrench. 2. Locate and align swivel caster over the holes and install with two hex screws. Secure the screws snug using a 3/8" socket wrench. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. 3. On the opposite side of the swivel caster plate, insert two carriage bolts through the compressor support rail and swivel caster plate. Use a lock nut on each bolt and tighten securely using a 9/16" socket wrench. See Figure 5. 4. Repeat the same procedure for the opposite rear corner. 5. With the help of an assistant, carefully upright the unit. Reassemble the rear access guard with screws. Unit wifl roll forward asit is tipped up. Figure 5 Appliance Placement Leave a one (1) inch space on all sides and the back of the cabinet for ease of installation, proper air circulation and electrical connections. DO NOT block the front grill on the lower front of your appliance. Sufficient air circulation is essential for the proper operation of your appliance. Choose a place that is near a grounded electrical outlet. For the most efficient operation, the appliance should be located where surrounding temperatures will not drop below 40°F (5°C) or exceed 110°F (43°C). Additional compressor heaters are not recommended. Insulation The insulated space of this cabinet is sealed to maintain peak efficiency. Holes drilled in the cabinet may destroy that seal and damage electrical wiring located in the insulated space. DAMANGED ELECTRICAL WIRING OR WET INSULATION CAUSED BY DRILLING WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. Appliance Start-up Once the appliance has been located in its permanent location and the proper power and grounding has been provided, the following items must be checked or completed: Cool Down Period Figure 3 For safe food storage, allow 24 hours for the appliance to cool down completely before loading with food. The appliance will run continuously for the first several hours. Do not place any food in the appliance until after the first 24 hours of operation. Thermostat Setting The appliance is shipped from the factory with the thermostat set at about the mid-point of the operating range. Adjustments colder or warmer can be made after the appliance has been running for at least 8 hours. Allow at least 8 hours for temperature stabilization before re-adjusting the thermostat. Defrost Figure 4 Setting The appliance is designed to defrost automatically every 12 hours. To set the time of defrost, wait until the desired time to defrost. With the notch on the timer knob aligned with the line on the bracket (Fig. A), turn the defrost timer knob clockwise slowly. The timer will click several times, then once loudly, at which point the defrost cycle begins. The timer knob will advance through the defrost cycle, then click loudly at the end of the cycle. The appliance will defrost automatically every 12 hours after the first defrost cycle. Forexample, tosettheappliance todefrost at10:00 AM,turn thetimerknobclockwise at10:00 AMuntilthetimerclicks loudly. Theappliance willdefrost dailyat10:00 AMandagain 12hourslaterat10:00PM.NOTE:The appliance interior temperature willriseduring thefirstdefrost cycle. Door Locks NOTE: The lock strike should angle out and away from the cabinet. Install the lock strike on the lock side of the cabinet using the three tamper resistant screws • © Install the lock guard in the side of the door cabinet by installing the two screws into the corresponding screw holes. The tamper resistant screws cannot be removed after the lock strike is secured to the cabinet. Cabinet )oor .® Figure A i i rews Screws Features e e e e e e e e e e e e e Heavy duty epoxy powder coated adjustable shelves NSF certified top mounted evaporator 2-Yz" urethane foam cabinet insulation Torsion spring door closer Heavy duty fixed and swivel casters 17 watt fluorescent lamp Stainless steel evaporator housing Removable stainless steel drain cover NSF Certified Lock Guard- Temperature Gauge This appliance is equipped with an NSF certified temperature gauge to display cabinet internal temperature. The temperature gauge is located on the top right side of the evaporator housing inside the unit. Adjustable temperature control NSF certified interior Heavy duty front grill Heavy duty commercially rated elecrtrical harness Heavy duty removable stainless steel shelf support Shallow Fluorescent Regular BoSom This appliance is provided with four shelves. One goes on the floor of the cabinet and the other three are placed in the metal side supports wherever they are needed. The shallow shelf goes in the upper position Lamp (Glass Door Models) The Glass Door Refrigerator is equipped with a 17 watt fluorescent lamp. A ballast - lamp mismatch may result in poor or no lighting. If the lamp fails, replace with a lamp of the same type and wattage. Also, replace a lamp that flickers continuously. This could damage the ballast. Turning the light off, when not in use, will save energy. However, frequent ON-OFF cycling will reduce the lamp life. Use only NSF certified lamp which can be ordered from your Frigidaire Commercial Service Center by calling 1-866-738-1640. Casters Interior The appliance comes with four casters; two with locks for the front of the unit and two without locks for the back of the unit. The casters allow the unit to be moved with ease, and then locked into place upon final designation. (Refer to pages 3-4 for instructions.) Light (Stainless Steel Door Models) The Stainless Steel Door models are equipped with a 40 watt bulb that lights up when the door is opened. If the bulb goes bad, replace with bulb of the same type and wattage. This is a special bulb with a shatterproof coating. Use only an NSF certified bulb of the same type and wattage which can be ordered from your Frigidaire Commercial Service Center by calling 1-866-738-1640. Routine Maintenance Periods of Non=use and Moving Tips Cleaning the interior Be sure to turn the temperature control to "OFF" and unplug the electrical cord. Wash the inside surface of the storage area with warm water and baking soda solution (about one tablespoon of baking soda per quart of warm water). Rinse thoroughly with clean, warm water and wipe dry. Leave the appliance operating during periods of non-use of less than three (3) weeks. Long Periods of Non=use If the appliance will not be used for several months: • Remove all food and unplug the power cord. Cleaning the Exterior • Clean and dry the interior thoroughly. Wipe the cabinet exterior occasionally with a cloth dampened in mild detergent and water. Rinse and wipe dry with a soft cloth. Do not use razor blades or other sharp instruments that can scratch the appliance surface when removing adhesive labels. Any glue left from the tape can be removed with a mixture of warm water and mild detergent or touch the residue with the sticky side of tape already removed. DO NOT REMOVE THE SERIAL PLATE. • Leave the appliance door open slightly, blocking it open if necessary, to prevent odor and mold growth. Condensate Pan Some models have a condensate pan in a fixed position located behind the toe grill.This must not be removed from under the cabinet. If the pan is removed, condensate will drop onto the floor. Power Failure DO NOT open the appliance lid unnecessarily off for several hours. if the appliance is If a power failure occurs, pack seven or eight pounds of dry ice into the appliance every 24 hours. Look in the Yellow Pages under "Dry Ice", "Dairies", or "Ice Cream Manufacturers" for local dry ice suppliers. Always wear gloves and use caution when handling dry ice. Energy Conservation Measures This appliance is designed for efficiency with heavy foam insulation. However, there are things that the user can do to maintain the appliance in operating condition. • Do not operate the appliance any colder than necessary to maintain safe, product storage temperatures. Make sure the appliance is located to prevent direct exposure to sunlight, air ducts, etc. Keep the door closed except for normal use. Inspect the door often to see that it self-closes and the gaskets are in good condition. Do not overstock the product in the cabinet because it will block the normal air flow. Have at least annual inspections by a qualified service company to see that the refrigerant charge is correct. This appliance operates more efficiently in a cooler ambient than in a hot ambient.Try to maintain an ambient below 80°F (27°C) and 65% RH (Relative Humidity) for maximum efficiency. Moving When moving the appliance, damage: follow these guidelines to prevent • Disconnect the power cord plug from the wall outlet. • Remove foods, then defrost, and clean the appliance. Secure all loose items such as base panel, baskets, and shelves by taping them securely in place to prevent damage. In the moving vehicle, secure appliance in an upright position to prevent movement. Also, protect outside of appliance with a blanket or similar item. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Before calling for service, review this list. It may save you time and expense. This list includes common occurrences that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials in this appliance. PROBLEM APPLIANCE CAUSE CORRECTION * Appliance is plugged into a circuit that has a ground fault interrupt. * Temperature control is in the "OFF" * Use another circuit. If you are unsure about the outlet, have it checked by a certified technician. * See Thermostat Setting. OPERA TION Appliance does not run. position. * Appliance may not be plugged in, or * Ensure plug is tightly pushed into outlet. plug may be loose. * House fuse blown or tripped circuit * Check!replace fuse with a 15 amp time delay fuse. breaker. Reset circuit breaker. * Power outage Appliance runs too much or * Room or outside weather is hot. too long. * Appliance has recently been disconnected for a period of time. * Large amount of warm or hot food * It takes 24 hours for the appliance to cool down completely. * Warm food will cause appliance to run more until the have been stored recently. * Door is opened too frequently or desired temperature is reached. * Warm air entering the appliance causes it to run kept open too long. * Appliance door may be slightly * Temperature control is set too low. more. Open the door less often. * See "Door Problems". * Appliance gaskets are dirty, worn, cracked or poorly fitted. Interior appliance temperature is too cold. * Temperature Interior appliance temperature is too warm. * Temperature control is set too warm. * Door is opened too frequently or control is set too low. kept open too long. * Appliance door may be slightly * Large amount of warm or hot food have been stored recently. * Appliance has recently been Appliance external surface temperature is warm. * Check house lights. Call local Electric Company. * It's normal for the appliance to work harder under these conditions. * Turn control knob to a warmer setting. Allow several hours for the temperature to stabilize. * Clean or change gasket. Leaks in the lid seal will cause appliance to run longer in order to maintain desired temperature. * Turn control knob to a warmer setting. Allow several hours for the temperature to stabilize. * Turn control knob to a colder setting. Allow several hours for the temperature to stabilize. * Warm air entering the appliance causes it to run more. Open the door less often. * See "Door Problems". * Wait until the appliance has had a chance to reach its selected temperature. * appliance requires 24 hours to cool down completely. disconnected for a period of time. * The external appliance walls can be * This is normal while the compressor works to transfer as much as 30°F warmer than room heat from inside the appliance cabinet. temperature. SOUND AND NOISE Louder sound levels whenever appliance is on. Louder sound levels when compressor comes on. Popping or cracking sound when compressor comes on. * Modern appliances have increased storage capacity and more stable temperatures. They require heavy duty compressors. * Appliance operates at higher pressures during the start of the ON cycle. * Metal parts undergo expansion and contraction, as in hot water pipes. * This is normal. When the surrounding noise level is low, you might hear the compressor running while it cools the interior. * This is normal. Sound will level off or disappear as appliance continues to run. * This is normal. Sound will level off or disappear as appliance continues to run. PROBLEM l CAUSE j CORRECTION SOUND AND NOISE (Cont.) Bubbling or gurgling sound, * Refrigerant (used to cool appliance) is circulating throughout the system. * Appliance is not level. It rocks on the floor when it is moved sliqhtlv. • Floor is uneven or weak. Vibrating or rattling noise. * This is normal. * Level the appliance by putting wood or metal shims under part of the appliance. * Ensure floor can adequately support appliance. Level the appliance by putting wood or metal shims under part of the appliance. * Re-level appliance or move appliance slightly. • appliance is touching the wall. WATER / MOIS TURE / FROS T INSIDE A PPL IA NCE Moisture forms on inside appliance walls. [* Weather is hot and humid, which 1* This is normal. R E | increases internal rate of frost build-_ / up. I I * Door is slightly open. I * See "Door Problems". B | * opened oor is kept open tooV.long or is too frequent * Open the door less often. ODOR IN APPLIANCE Odors in appliance. * Clean interior with sponge, warm water, and baking soda. strong are in the i Foods Interior with needs to beodors cleaned. appliance. • Cover the food tightly. DOOR PROBLEMS Door will not close. the floor when it is moved slightly. * Appliance is not level. It rocks on * Floor is uneven or weak. * Level the appliance by putting wood or metal shims under part of the appliance. * Ensure floor can adequately support appliance. Level the appliance by putting wood or metal shims under part of the appliance. LIGHTING PROBLEMS Light bulb is not on. FOR QUESTIONS, 1-866-738-1640. * he fluorescent lamp or light bulb is * See "Fluorescent Lamp" or "Interior Light" on Features Section. burned out. _ .... • See "appliance Does Not Run". No electric current is reaching the appliance. COMMENTS OR SERVICE PLEASE CALL US TOLL FREE AT IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE The information provided herein is designed to assist qualified repair personnel only. Untrained persons should not attempt to make repairs due to the possibility of electrical shock. Disconnect the power cord before servicing. ELECTRICAL F BLK _nJiiE FJ f-'-"l BLLI . CIRCUIT BLK I YF[ L=_ BLK _= ='=1= L J BLU _ I YkL U _L II L " J OR OR 3EFF_I my_ _H J STAINLESS STEEL DOOR REFRIGERATOR STAINLESS STEEL DOOR FREEZER GLASS DOOR REFRIGERATOR OverJosd White IMPORTANT IF ANY GREEN GROUNDING WIRES ARE REMOVED DURING SERVICING, THEY MUST BE RETURNED TOTHEIR ORIGINAL POSITION AND PROPERLY SECURED.
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