INSTALLATION ANd OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

INSTALLATION and OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
24" SINGLE DOOR Custom Series
MODEL NOS.
HC24RS
HC24FS
HC24WS
*
* HC24RS ONLY
HC24RS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This manual has been prepared to assist you in the
installation of your Single Door Refrigerator and to
acquaint you with its operation and maintenance.
We dedicate considerable time to ensure that our
products provide the highest level of customer
satisfaction. If, however service is required, call
Perlick at 1-800-777-7267 or your dealer who can
provide you with a list of qualified service agents.
For your own protection, never return merchandise
for credit without our approval.
We thank you for selecting a Perlick product
and assure you of our continuing interest in
your satisfaction.
IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION
To register your product, visit our web site at
(www.perlick.com). Click on “Commercial”, then
“Service”. You will see the link to “Warranty
Registration Form”. You must complete and submit
this form or the installation date will revert back to
the ship Date.
HC24WS
Table of Contents
Cabinet Specifications........................................ 2
Preparing the Cabinet
Uncrating and Inspection................................ 3
Plumbing......................................................... 3
Electrical.......................................................... 3
Installing Casters or Legs................................ 3
Placing The Cabinet........................................ 3
Anti-Tip Setup................................................. 3
Sealing the Cabinet......................................... 4
Shelving........................................................... 5
Adjusting Full Extension Shelving................... 5
Temperature Control.............................................. 6
Maintenance.......................................................... 7
Defrost System...................................................... 7
Troubleshooting..................................................... 8
Replacement Parts................................................ 9
Wiring Diagrams.................................................. 10
8300 West Good Hope Road • Milwaukee, WI 53223 • Phone 414-353-7060 • Fax 414-353-7069
Toll Free
800-558-5592
• Therefore,
E-Mail:we
Perlick@Perlick.com
www.Perlick.com
Perlick is committed
to continuous
improvement.
reserve the right to change•specifications
without prior notice.
Form No. Z2288
Rev. 05.21.10
Installation and Operating Instructions
Specifications - 24" Custom Series Refrigerator/Froster/Wine Reserve
Model Nos.
HC24rS †
237⁄8” (607)
2315/16” (608)
34” (870)
5.3 (0.15)
2 Full Extension Shelves
5 cases
32°F to 42°F (0C to 6C)
2.3
1/6 HP
195 (89)
HC24fS
HC24WS
Length - Inches (mm)
237⁄8” (607)
237⁄8” (607)
Cabinet
Depth - Inches (mm)
2315/16” (608)
2315/16” (608)
Dimensions
Height - Inches (mm)
34” (870)
34” (870)
INTERIOR VOLUME - CUBIC FOOT (m3)
5.3 (0.15)
5.3 (0.15)
SHELVING
2 Full Extension Shelves
5 Full Extension Wine Racks
CAPACITY*
86 glasses
45 wine bottles
TEMPERATURE RANGE
-10°F to +10°F (-23C to -12C) 45°F to 65°F (7C to 18C)
RUNNING LOAD AMPS
2.3
2.3
CONDENSING UNIT H.P.
1/6 HP
1/6 HP
195 (89)
215 (98)
Ship Wt. Lbs. (kg.)
All stainless steel interior.
Interior
Stainless steel top, sides and grille, galvanized back and bottom. See door finishes under optional accessories.
Exterior
R-134a capillary tube-type with hermetric compressor. Front access condenser. Froster equipped with
REFRIGERATION
automatic 4 hour hot gas defrost cycle and manual 6 hour defrost with auto restart.
ELECTRICAL
115V, 60Hz., 1 phase, furnished with 3-prong NEMA 5-15P plug, 6 foot long cord.
PLUMBING
None required. Moisture drains to self evaporating condensate pan.
Front vented.
Ventilation
Optional
• Leg set
Customer choice of laminate
Accessories &
• Caster Set
Powder coated (color options)**
Modifications
Prepared for field lamination
• Door Lock
Brass hardware (classic, 12" & full length) or pull tab
Glass door with black vinyl frame
Door Finishes
Glass door with stainless steel frame
Black vinyl coated
Glass door with laminated frame
Stainless steel
Glass door with powder coated frame**
* Froster - glass size 3” diameter. Refrigerator - 12 oz. long neck bottles. Wine - 750ml wine bottles.
** Call Milwaukee or see our web site for standard or custom color options.
HC24RS Only
†
50” AREA IN WHICH ELECTRICAL
OUTLET MUST BE LOCATED
*255/16”
2315/16”
237/8”
*41/4” MIN.
CLEARANCE
FROM A CORNER
TO ACHIEVE
REQUIRED
DOOR SWING
221/8”
83/8”
93/8”
98° SWING
REQUIRED FOR
PULL-OUT SHELF
CLEARANCE
2425/32” MIN.
CLEARANCE
FOR DOOR
SWING
*VALUES MAY
CHANGE DUE
TO CUSTOM PULL
WITH A WOOD
OVERLAY DOOR
319/32”
STANDARD LEVELERS
INCREASE CABINET
HEIGHT 1/4”
71/2”
REF/FREEZ
Top View
34”
Front View
End View
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Preparing the Cabinet
Uncrating and Inspection
Anti-tip (without Legs, Casters or Rollers)
Remove all crating material before operating.
Carefully inspect cabinet for hidden damage.
If damage is discovered, file your claim immediately
with the transport company. Perlick is not
responsible for damage in transit.
To prevent the cabinet from tipping forward and to
provide a stable installation, the cabinet must be
secured in place with an anti-tip device.
A set of metal anti-tip brackets are supplied.
These brackets should be attached to the floor, at
the back of the cabinet; each bracket located to
catch each rear glide when the cabinet is pushed
back into position.
Plumbing
No plumbing connections are required. Condensate
from the cooling coil is automatically evaporated
through a condensate pan located in the
condensing unit section.
THE ANTI-TIP BRACKETS MUST CATCH EACH
OF THE GLIDES TO HAVE A STABLE AND SAFE
INSTALLATION.
Electrical
Some installation sites might need to be modified
to provide a secure surface for attaching the bracket. Refer to the illustration below for anti-tip mounting bracket locations.
The cabinet must be connected to a separately
fused power source (see Electrical Specification
Plate) and grounded in accordance with National
and Local Electrical Codes.
Caution:
Do not attempt to operate the equipment on
any other power source than that listed on the
Electrical Specification Plate.
Ø 3/8”
Surface
mounts
to floor.
15/16”
22 1/32”
Installing Casters or Legs (optional)
Remove existing cabinet glides. Attach bracket
assembly to the bottom of the cabinet base using
the 1⁄4”–20 Phillips head machine screws provided.
Attach casters or legs to the mounting bracket with
1
⁄4”–20 Phillips head screws provided.
3/16”
Cabinet must
have at least
5/16” clearance
from floor to
accomodate
brackets.
Shown with glide engaged
in anti-tip bracket.
NOTE: To comply with NSF requirements, cabinet
must be sealed to floor or on legs, casters or
rollers.
Placing the Cabinet
To assure maximum performance, fresh air must
be allowed to circulate through the machinery
compartment. Do not place anything in front of the
cabinet that would obstruct air flow at these grilles.
Do not place the unit in an unventilated small room.
Cabinet should be leveled front to back and side
to side.
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Preparing the Cabinet
Sealing the Cabinet
Caution:
Finished flooring should be protected with
appropriate material to avoid damage from
moving the unit.
For sanitation purposes, it may be necessary to
seal the base of the cabinet to the floor. This can
be accomplished by laying a bead of silicone sealant between the base of the cabinet and the floor
as shown by the figure below.
If unit has been laid on its back or sides, place
unit upright and allow minimum of 24 hours
before connecting power.
When sealing the cabinet to the floor, make sure
that the louvered front grille plate can still be
removed for condenser maintenance and cleaning.
Plug the unit into the 15 amp grounded outlet
located in the installation opening. With power
applied to the unit, check that lighting and cooling
function operate properly, then turn off power to
wall outlet at the circuit breaker.
CABINET
Caution:
To prevent damage to the counter top and unit
underneath, do not place heavy objects on the
counter top directly above the unit.
BEAD SILICON
SEALER (RTV)
Check interior door openings inside unit and ensure
unit is level.
FLOOR
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Preparing the Cabinet
Shelving
Adjusting Full Extension Shelving
IMPORTANT: To achieve maximum performance,
interior louver openings and fan guard openings
should never be obstructed.
n Pull the shelf out to its furthest position. Locate
the tabs in the middle of both extenders (See
Extender Tabs Below). Press tabs and pull out.
Refrigerator/Froster:
The single door unit comes standard with black
vinyl coated adjustable full extension pullout
shelves.
n Reposition each bracket separately. Grasp the
middle of the bracket, pull the front end up and
out, then forward to remove (See Mounting
Brackets Below).
Wine Reserve:
The single door unit comes standard with six full
extension black vinyl coated wine racks capable of
storing 48 total wine bottles. Shelves are removable
and adjustable to accomodate oversized (magnum)
bottles.
n Place bracket at desired position. Push the rear
hook into the rear key slot. Set front of bracket
on the wall hook.
n Repeat for other bracket(s).
n Push extenders completely into the unit. Align
the shelf grooves with the extenders and slide
completely into the unit.
Lift This
End Up
Press Tabs and
Pull Shelf Out
Sliding Shelf Extender Tabs
Sliding Shelf Mounting Brackets
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Operation Instructions
Temperature Control
switch is in the off position before closing a solid
wood or stainless steel door.
The controller is located at the top rear panel of the
cabinet.
If manual switch is left on for an extended period
of time, it may increase the cabinet temperature,
especially at the top and cause the refrigeration
system to run longer.
COO
LE
R
4
5
3
Loading Product
IMPORTANT: Before storing perishables, allow the
unit to run for a minimum of 24 hours to allow temperature stabilization after startup.
6
2
1
OFF
When loading items into the unit, do not block
internal louvers and fan guard openings or performance will be decreased.
COLD
Checking Product Temperature
To accurately check the temperature of the product stored in a refrigerated compartment, insert an
accurate thermometer into a sealable plastic (nonbreakable) bottle partially filled with water. Tighten
the cap securely.
Approximate temperature operating ranges are:
Minimum
Refrigerator
Wine Reserve
Froster
33°F
40°F
-10°F
Factory
Settings
38°F
55°F
0°F
Maximum
42°F
65°F
+10°F
Adjusting Temperature
Place the bottle into the desired area for 24 hours.
Refrain from opening the unit during the testing
period. After 24 hours, check the temperature of
the water. Adjust the control settings if necessary
and re-test.
n Colder Temperatures: Turn the adjusting
screw clockwise (to the right).
The units are pre-set to achieve the recommended
temperature range when installed in a 70° ambient
environment. Factors which affect the internal temperatures of the cabinet include the following:
n Warmer Temperatures: Turn the adjusting
screw counterclockwise (to the left).
n Temperature Control “OFF”: Turn the adjusting screw completely counterclockwise to the
“OFF” position until a click is heard.
n Temperature setting
n Room temperature where installed
The condenser fan and motor turns off and on
with the compressor.
n Number of times the door is opened and
closed
General
This unit is equipped with state-of-the-art refrigeration system and it is a frost-free model. The
evaporator coil automatically defrosts on demand
at predetermined intervals.
n Length of time the door is opened
n Adjacent compartment temperature
n Style of door installed
n Door gasket and sealing
Interior Light
The unit is equipped with an interior light that illuminates when the door is opened. A manual switch is
located next to the light for displaying the product
through the glass door. Always ensure the manual
n Amount of time internal light is illuminated
n Installation in direct sunlight or near a heat
source
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Maintenance
SINGLE DOOR FROSTER ONLY
Warning:
Shut off the electricity to the unit before cleaning
the condenser and other routine maintenance.
Defrost System - Hot Gas Defrost
This system consists of six-hour, as well as a fourhour defrost cycle which includes a 20 minute
evaporator defrost. The six-hour defrost cycle is
manually activated and automatically terminated,
while the four-hour cycle is completely automatic.
Cleaning:
To clean stainless steel exterior or interior surfaces,
use a soft, non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner to
wipe down the surfaces.
Glass doors can be cleaned using any standard
glass cleaner available on the market.
The Six-Hour Solid-State Defrost Timer:
This timer shuts off the power to the condensing
unit, the evaporator fan and automatic four-hour
defrost timer. To activate the six-hour defrost system, depress the defrost switch located in the front
grille of the cabinet. An amber light will illuminate
and the defrost cycle will begin.
To clean interior non-metallic surfaces and removable parts, wash with a mild solution of soap and
lukewarm water with a little baking soda. Rinse
and dry thoroughly. Avoid getting water on lights,
control panel, fan motor and unfinished wood wine
rack faces.
When the defrost cycle ends, the light goes off and
the cabinet resumes normal operation. To manually
cancel the defrost cycle, momentarily unplug the
unit.
caution:
Do not use abrasive cleaners or cloths on
any of the interior or exterior surfaces or
removable parts.
The Four-Hour Defrost Timer:
This timer ensures that frost will not buildup on
the evaporator coil. Every four hours the hot gas
by-pass valve is opened and hot gas is circulated
through the evaporator coil. The defrost cycle
is terminated when the coil is clear of frost. The
defrost cycle lasts for approximately 20 minutes.
During normal operation it is recommended that
the doors are not left open to prevent excessive
frost buildup on the coil..
Cleaning the Condenser:
The condenser should be cleaned every 3 months.
The condenser is located behind the toe plate.
Remove the toe plate and use a soft bristle brush
and vacuum to remove dust and lint. Avoid damaging or crushing the condenser fins or tubing. Upon
completion, re-install the toe plate.
caution:
Failure to clean the condenser could result in
temperature loss or mechanical failure. Clean
this area every three months.
Avoiding Stainless Steel Corrosion:
Corrosion can be prevented by following product
cautions, cleaning instructions and avoiding use of
certain chemicals or objects which will cause stainless steel corrosion.
Stainless Steel Enemy:
n Steelwool or steel scouring pads
n Cherry, Orange or Olive Juice
n Chlorine bleach
n Sharp objects
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Troubleshooting
danger
Electrocution hazard! Never attempt to repair or
perform maintenance on the unit until the main
electrical power has been disconnected.
If the unit appears to be malfunctioning, read
through the OPERATION section first, then check
the guide below to identify and resolve the problem.
PROBLEM
RESOLUTION
Is the bulb loose?
Is the bulb burned out?
Manual ON/OFF light switch is turned on.
Is the door switch making contact with the plunger?
Certain sounds are normal. Soft sounds from the compressor, fan
motor and valves will be heard.
Is there electrical power to the unit?
Is the building circuit breaker or fuse on?
Is the control set properly?
Is the condenser area clean?
Is the control set properly?
Is the light staying on?
Is the condenser area clean and free of obstruction?
Has the door been open for a long time or more frequently door
opening occurred?
Are internal louvers and fan guard openings obstructed?
Is the control set properly?
Is the door closing and sealing properly?
Is the condenser area clean and free of obstruction?
Has the door been open for a long time or more frequently door
opening occurred?
Has warm product just been placed in the unit?
On hot days and in warm room temperatures, the system will
run longer.
This is normal during high humidity and frequent door openings.
Are the doors closing and sealing properly?
During periods of high humidity, some condensation might appear
on the outside surface. The condensation will disappear when the
humidity drops. Meanwhile, be sure doors are closing and sealing
properly. If condensation persists, contact your Perlick Factory
Authorized service center.
No interior light
Light stays on when the door is closed
Noisy during operation
The refrigerated cabinet isn't running
The refrigeration compartment is warmer than usual
The refrigerated compartment is cooler than usual
The refrigerations runs for long periods of time
Condensation forms inside the refrigerated compartments
Condensation forms on the outside of the unit
To Obtain Product Information
accessories. Genuine Perlick parts and accessories
are designed to work correctly with Perlick products
and offer superior service life. The use of non-Perlick
parts can damage the unit and may void the warranty.
• Contact your selling dealer.
• Inquire on the web at www.perlick.com.
• Call 800-558-5529 for factory assistance for information, planning, installation or product information.
• Write Perlick Corporation, Customer Service Department, 8300 W. Good Hope Road, Milwaukee,
Wisconsin 53223.
• E-mail us at warrantyserv@perlick.com.
Check the model and serial number of the unit located
on the label attached to the inside top of the cabinet.
Call a Perlick Factory Authorized service center. For
the location of the nearest Service Center, contact
your dealer, or inquire via the web at www.perlick.
com, or write to: Perlick Corporation, Customer
Service Department, 8300 W. Good Hope Road,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223, call 800-558-5592,
or e-mail us at: warrantyserv@perlick.com.
To Obtain Product Service, Replacement Parts or
Accessories:
Use only genuine Perlick replacement parts and
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Replacement Parts
MODEL NOS.
Item
HC24RS
Description
HC24FS
HC24WS
Part Numbers
1
Light switch, Rocker
63303
63303
63303
2
Door Switch, Plungers
63711
63711
63711
3
Light Assembly
63716
63716
63716
4
Light Bulb - Replacement
63716-1
63716-1
63716-1
5
Condenser/Evaporator Fan
65253
65253
65253
6
Evaporator Fan Guard
65254
65254
65254
7
Temperature Control
61282
61282
61282
8
Power Cord
65470
65470
65470
9
Wire Harness, Machine Compartment
65758
N/A
65785
10
Wire Harness, Evaporator Compartment
65759
65475
65759
11
Wire Harness, Evaporator Fan Motor
N/A
65271
N/A
12
Wire Harness, 6 Hour Defrost
N/A
61959
N/A
13
Wire Harness, Relay
N/A
65476
N/A
14
Wire Harness, Light to Door Switch
N/A
65934
N/A
15
Defrost Terminator
N/A
57676
N/A
16
Solid State Controller
N/A
57466
N/A
17
Time Delay Relay
N/A
63794
N/A
18
Switch Monetary
N/A
C31659
N/A
19
Compressor w/Electricals
63778
63779
63778
20
Drier
63719
63719
63719
21
Fin Coil, Evaporator
65251
65251
65251
22
Fin Coil, Condenser
65252
65252
65252
23
L&S Line Assembly
65407
65407
65407
24
Hot Gas Solenoid Valve (Complete)
25
Replacement Door (Configured)
26
N/A
63717
N/A
RD-HC24
RD-HC24
RD-HC24
Gasket, Door
66237-7
66237-7
66237-7
27
Plunger Bracket for Door Switch
63948-1
63948-1
63948-1
28
Hinge Kit, Left Hand
67052L
67052L
67052L
29
Hinge Kit, Right Hand
67052R
67052R
67052R
30
Lock Kit, Left Hand
67054L
67054L
67054L
31
Lock Kit, Right Hand
67054R
67054R
67054R
32
Lock, Polished Brass (Lock Only)
67109PB
67109PB
67109PB
33
Handle, Door, Long SS
65305-1
65305-1
65305-1
34
Handle, Door, Short SS
65305-2
65305-2
65305-2
35
Handle, Door, Classic 6" Pull
C31409-1
C31409-1
C31409-1
36
Handle, Door, Pull Tab
65609-3
65609-3
65609-3
37
Replacement Door Overlay (Configured)
RO-CC
RO-CC
RO-CC
38
Replacement Shelving (Configured)
RS-24
RS-24
RS-24
39
Leveling Leg
63728
63728
63728
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Wiring Diagrams
HC24RS and hc24ws
CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
BLACK
WHITE
RED COMPRESSOR
WHITE
WHITE
22 23
BLUE
21 20
BLACK
BLUE
DOOR
SWITCH
BLACK
LIGHT
RED
SWITCH EVAPORATOR
FAN MOTOR
WHITE
BLACK
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
hc24fs
WHITE
BLACK
PLUG-IN-CORD
WHITE
BLUE
DOOR
SWITCH
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
BLACK
LIGHT SWITCH
TO CONDENSING
UNIT
B (POWER)
A2 (RED)
WHITE
2
2
6
5
1
RELAY
INTERNAL
CONNECTIONS
CONDN
FAN
A
4
RELAY
B2
B1
T12
T15 T14
T13
S.S. TIMER
CLOSE
@ 25° F
BLACK
T11
S.S.S.T MOMENTARY
CONTACT DEFROST SWITCH
W/INDICATOR LIGHT
DEFROST
TEMP. LIMIT @OPEN
40° F
SWITCH
A1
3
1
2
ON DELAY
RELAY
RED
3
B W 4 3 A1
WHITE
NORM. CLOSED
HOT GASS DEFROST
SOLENOID
DEFROST CYCLE:
2) LIMIT SWITCH OPENS AT 40° F:
1) AFTER 220 MINUTES:
-COMPRESSOR OFF.
-A2 OPENS.
-HOT GAS REMAINS ENERGIZED.
-B1 CLOSES.
3) AFRT 20 MINUTES:
-HOT GAS VALVE OPENS.
-B1 OPENS.
-ON DELAY RELAY CONTACT CLOSES
-HOT GAS VALVE IS DE-ENERGIZED.
TO 2 IN 3 MINUTES.
-A2 CLOSES.
-THERMOSTATE IS BYPASSED.
-COMPRESSOR STARTS THROUGH
-COMPRESSOR RESTARTS AFTER 3
TEMPERATURE CONTROL.
MINUTES FOR HOT GAS DEFROST.
Perlick is committed to continuous improvement. Therefore, we reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice.
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NOTES:
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Form No. Z2288
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8300 West Good Hope Road • Milwaukee, WI 53223 • Phone 414-353-7060 • Fax 414-353-7069
Toll Free
800-558-5592 • E-Mail:
Perlick is committed
to continuous
improvement. Therefore,Perlick@Perlick.com • www.Perlick.com
we reserve the right to change specifications without prior notice.
Form No. Z2288
Rev. 05.21.10