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InstructIon Manual KrP PrEP taBlEs
Instruction Manual
KRP PREP TABLES
500 S. State College Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92831
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Phone: (714) 870-8661, Fax: (714) 870-6473
www.kairak.com
© KAIRAK, a division of ITW Food Equipment Group LLC. All Rights Reserved.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. THE SERIAL TAG
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2
2. RECEIPT INSPECTION
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3
3. INSTALLATION
a-Unpacking
b-Locating The Equipment
c-Installing Parts Shipped Loose: Cutting Board
D-Installing Parts Shipped Loose: Compressor Filter
E-Installing Parts Shipped Loose: Electric Condensate Evaporator
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3
3
4
4
5
4. refrigeration lines
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6
5. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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6
6. PRESTART CHECKS
a-Defrost Time Clock Settings (Pan Chillers)
B-Removing Food Product At Night
C-Leaving Food Product In Overnight
D-Defrost Time Clock Settings (Freezer Models)
E-Temperature Control Settings
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page 8
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page 9
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7. OPERATION
a-Pan Chiller
B-Lower Storage Cabinet
C-Shutdown For Extended Periods
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
a-Cleaning
B-Lower Storage Cabinet
C-Cleaning: Pan Chiller
D-Condensing Unit
E-Evaporator Coils
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page
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
page 19
10. TIPS
page 20
11. WARRANTIES
page 21
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16
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1. The serial tag
The serial tag is a permanently affixed label on which is recorded vital electrical and
refrigeration data about your Kairak product, as well as the model and serial number.
This tag is located inside the lower storage cabinet on the right hand wall on all standard
KRP models. Prior to installation, test the electrical service to assure that it agrees with
the specifications of the equipment marked on the serial tag.
READING THE SERIAL TAG
• Serial = The permanent ID# of your Kairak unit
• Model = The model # of your Kairak unit
• Volts = Voltage
• Hz = Cycle
• PH = Phase
• Total Current = Maximum amp draw
• Minimum Circuit = Minimum circuit ampacity
• Lights = Light wattage
• Heaters = Heater amperage (Hot Food units only)
• Refrigerant = Refrigerant type used
• Design Pressure = High & low side operating pressures and refrigerant charge
• Agency Labels = Designates agency listings
SERIAL VOLTS MODEL
Hz PH
TOTAL CURRENTAMPS
MINIMUM CIRCUITAMPS
MAXIMUM OVERCURRENT PROTECTION
LIGHTS
WATTS
HEATERSAMPS
AMPS
REFRIGERANTTYPEOZ
DESIGN PRESSURE
HIGHLOW
REFRIGERANTTYPEOZ
DESIGN PRESSURE
HIGHLOW
FIG. 1
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2. RECEIPT INSPECTION
All Kairak products are factory tested for performance and are free from defects when
shipped. The utmost care has been taken in crating this product to protect against damage
in transit.
You should carefully inspect your Kairak unit for damage during delivery. If damage is
detected, you should save all the crating materials and make note on the carrier’s Bill Of
Lading describing the damage. A freight claim should be filed immediately. If damage
is subsequently noted during or immediately after installation, contact the respective
carrier and file a freight claim. There is a fifteen (15) day limit to file freight damage with
the carrier. Under no condition may a damaged unit be returned to Kairak without first
obtaining written permission (return authorization). You may contact Kairak customer care
at (714) 870-8661 to request a return.
3. installation
3A - UNPACKING:
Inspect equipment for shipping damage prior to installation. If shipping damage is found,
save the packing materials and contact the carrier within 5 days of delivery.
Some components are packed and shipped inside the lower storage cabinet to avoid
damage during shipment. Remove these items from the cabinet and remove packing
materials. See “Installing Parts Shipped Loose” for installation instructions. If unit is
equipped with shelves, cut and remove the plastic ties holding the shelves in place.
3B - LOCATING THE EQUIPMENT:
Prep table models of lengths above 36” can be installed with no clearance at the back
and sides of the units. Units 36” or shorter have a rear mount compressor and require a
minimum clearance of 3 inches at the back and sides of the unit. This allows for sufficient
air circulation of the condensing unit. Failure to provide adequate ventilation may cause
severe compressor damage, and will void warranty.
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3. installation (CONT.)
3C - INSTALLING PARTS SHIPPED LOOSE:
CUTTING BOARD
Place cutting board so that holes in cutting board line up with pins on the counter top.
(See Fig. 2)
CUTTING BOARD
COUNTER
FIG. 2
3D - INSTALLING PARTS SHIPPED LOOSE:
COMPRESSOR FILTER
Remove louvered panel by lifting up and pulling out entire panel. Slide the filter into the
tracks located below the compressor compartment. Be careful not to catch the filter on
sharp edges when installing. Replace louvered panel by installing top of panel into track
and pushing in the bottom so that the locking clips fit inside the opening. (See Fig. 3)
INSTALLING
FILTER
REPLACING
LOUVERED
PANEL
FIG. 3
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3. installation (CONT.)
3E - INSTALLING PARTS SHIPPED LOOSE (CONTINUED):
ELECTRIC CONDENSATE EVAPORATOR
Some units may come with the electric condensate evaporator shipped loose. To install,
attach the two (2) mounting rails to the bottom of the cabinet with 4 or 6 (depending on
the model) #6-32 x 3/8 phillips head screws. Place the condensate evaporator in the
heater bracket. Slide the heater bracket into the mounting rails. Plug the electrical cord
into the heater and the electrical outlet. NOTE: Drain should be located above the
condensate evaporator opening. (See Fig. 4)
Installing Electric Condensate Evaporator
FIG. 4
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4. REFRIGERATION LINES (Remote Units)
WARNING: REFRIGERATION LINES ARE SHIPPED UNDER PRESSURE. USE CAUTION
WHEN OPENING LINES.
On remote units, refrigeration lines for suction and supply are located on the back of the
unit near the bottom. The suction line is marked “Suction” and is 3/8” copper tubing. The
supply line is 1/4” copper. See “Electrical Connections” section for wiring instructions.
If no holding charge is evident upon opening lines, contact Kairak Service and Parts
Department at 714-870-8661 immediately.
Cut refrigeration tubing with tube cutter (not a hacksaw) and deburr end of tube. Degrease
tubing prior to field connection. Use Silfos 5% for refrigerant line brazing. 50/50 or cold
solder is not acceptable.
For system charge, follow remote refrigeration system manufacturer’s instructions.
5. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Refer to the wiring diagram shipped with the unit located inside the compressor
compartment or on the back of the unit.
CORD CONNECTED UNITS (Self-Contained models)
Plug the unit into a properly sized outlet. See data plate located inside storage cabinet
for circuit sizing.
WARNING: THIS MACHINE IS PROVIDED WITH A THREE-PRONGED GROUNDING
PLUG. THE OUTLET TO WHICH THIS PLUG IS CONNECTED MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED. IF THE RECEPTACLE IS NOT THE PROPER GROUNDING TYPE,
CONTACT AN ELECTRICIAN.
PERMANENTLY WIRED UNITS (Remote models)
A junction box located on back of the machine near bottom is provided for electrical field
connections. See wiring diagram shipped with unit on the back of the unit for electrical
ratings.
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6. Prestart Checks
6A - DEFROST TIME CLOCK SETTINGS (FOR PAN CHILLERS):
Never apply power to a Kairak unit without setting the time clock to the correct time of
day. (Note: All time clocks are preset at the factory to turn the Pan Chiller “off at 12:00
midnight and back on at 5:00 a.m.” unless otherwise instructed by customer).
To set the time of day, rotate the disc clockwise until the arrow lines up the correct time.
Please note that the clock face is divided into 24 hours. (See Fig. 5).
On self-contained units, the time clock is located inside the compressor compartment.
Remove louvered panel by lifting up and pulling out entire panel. Replace louvered panel
by installing top of panel into track and pushing in the bottom so that the locking clips
fit inside the opening.
On self-contained units with rear-mounted compressors, the time clock is located on the
side. (See Fig. 7).
On remote units and earlier self-contained models, the time clock is located inside the
lower storage cabinet (See Fig. 9).
ON CYCLE
PINS IN
TIMER SHOWN WITH
CLOCK SET AT 8 A.M.
OFF CYCLE
PINS OUT
FIG. 5
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6. Prestart Checks (CONT.)
6B - REMOVING FOOD PRODUCT AT NIGHT:
If system runs only during normal working hours and food has been removed from pan
chiller at night, the time clock must be set to shut pan chiller off at closing time and to turn
on one hour prior to putting the food in the pan chiller the next day. To change time clock
setting, the tripper pins must be reconfigured. Each pin on the time clock represents 15
minutes. Tripper pins pulled out away from center of time clock represent refrigeration
off. Tripper pins pushed toward center indicate refrigeration on. (See Fig. 5).
6C - LEAVING FOOD PRODUCT IN THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT:
If leaving the food product in the pan chiller overnight, defrost time clock needs to be set
to cycle off and on throughout the night. Time clock must be set to run for 15 minutes
on and 60 minutes off consistently until the night cover is removed the next day. To
change the setting, set the pins to desired cycle times. Each tripper pin represents 15
minutes. Tripper pins pulled out away from center of time clock represent refrigeration
off. Tripper pins pushed toward center indicate refrigeration on. Make sure time clock is
set to correct time of day. (See Fig. 6).
Plastic wrap should be placed over exposed food prior to closing the night cover to help
prevent condensation from getting into the food. The night cover must be closed if
food is being left in the pan chillers overnight.
ON CYCLE
PINS IN
TIMER SHOWN WITH
CLOCK SET AT 8 A.M.
OFF CYCLE
PINS OUT
ON CYCLE
PINS IN
FIG. 6
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6. Prestart Checks (CONT.)
6D - DEFROST TIME CLOCK SETTINGS (Freezer Models):
On freezer base units, the defrost time clock is set to defrost 3 times a day for a 15
minute time period. The factory defrost setting is off at 12:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m., and 4:00
p.m. for 15 minutes each. To change this setting, set the pins to desired off times. Each
pin represents 15 minutes. Pins pulled out away from center of time clock represent
refrigeration off. Pins pushed toward center indicate refrigeration on. Make sure time
clock is set to correct time of day. (See Fig. 7)
To set the time of day, rotate the disc in the direction of the arrows (clockwise rotation) to
align the hands to the correct time of day.
OFF CYCLE
PINS OUT
OFF CYCLE
PINS OUT
TIMER SHOWN WITH
CLOCK SET AT 8 A.M.
OFF CYCLE
PINS OUT
ON CYCLE
PINS IN
FIG. 7
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6. Prestart Checks (CONT.)
6E - TEMPERATURE CONTROL SETTINGS:
All temperature settings are preset at the factory but local conditions may necessitate
slight adjustments.
On self-contained Models 27S through 36S, the temperature controls are located on
the bottom sides of the unit toward the back of the machine. (See Fig. 8).
PAN CHILLER
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
DEFROST
TIME CLOCK
FIG. 8
On self-contained Models 42S through 120S, the temperature control (See Fig. 9) is
located in the compressor compartment. Remove louvered panel by lifting up and pulling
out entire panel. Replace louvered panel by installing top of panel into track and pushing
in the bottom so that the locking clips fit inside the opening.
DEFROST
TIME CLOCK
POWER
SWITCH
REFRIGERATED BASE
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
PAN CHILLER
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
FIG. 9
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6. Prestart Checks (CONT.)
6E - TEMPERATURE CONTROL SETTINGS (CONTINUED):
On all remote units and earlier self-contained models, the temperature control is located
inside the lower storage cabinet. (See Fig. 10)
DEFROST
TIME CLOCK
PAN CHILLER
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
REFRIGERATED BASE
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
FIG. 10
On both self-contained and remote units, the temperature control marked “Pan Chiller”
should be set at 23°F with a 3°F differential. The operating display range should read
between 20°F and 28°F. Temperature control marked “Base Refrigerator” should be set
at 37°F with a 3°F differential. This display should read between 34°F and 40°F. The
temperature control settings are “locked” to avoid unauthorized adjustments. Therefore,
adjustments to the set point must be made by an authorized service technician.
If a freezer base, temperature control marked “Base Freezer” should be set at 0°F with
2°F differential. Temperature display should read between –2°F and 2°F.
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7. OPERATION
A thermometer is provided on all prep table refrigerator and freezer cabinets.
Allow cabinet and pan chiller to reach normal operating temperature before loading
(approximately 1 hour). Frosting of pan chiller plates is normal.
Thermostats are provided to independently control the temperature of the pan chiller and
the lower storage cabinet. The pan chiller system has been supplied with a time clock
for automatic defrost.
NOTE: PAN CHILLER SYSTEM MUST BE PERIODICALLY SHUT DOWN FOR
PROPER DEFROST AND FUNCTIONING OF THE UNIT. (SEE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
SETTING DEFROST TIME CLOCK).
7A - PAN CHILLER
To insure proper food temperatures are maintained in exposed insert pans, the following
conditions are recommended:
1. No direct air blowing on food product from other equipment in the kitchen.
2. Room ambient temperatures of 86°F or less around working area of pan chiller.
3. Food sits a minimum of 1 inch below top of insert pan.
4. All shelving mounted over insert pans (with heated equipment above it) must be
insulated.
5. Occasional stirring of certain foods may be required in order to maintain consistent
temperatures.
6. Some food products chill faster than others i.e., lettuce, diced tomatoes, etc. Double
pans will help prevent over chilling.
7. For remote refrigerators with pan chiller systems, it is imperative that the existing
refrigeration equipment must be sized properly and in good working condition.
7B - LOWER STORAGE CABINET
The lower storage cabinet is designed to maintain temperatures between 33°F and 40°F
for refrigerated bases, or –2°F to 2°F for freezer bases. If the base is overloaded with
warm food products, a certain amount of time is required to remove heat from items
before operating temperatures can be maintained. The system is designed for storage of
refrigerated or frozen product. Frequently opening the doors or drawers will increase the
temperature in the cabinet and will require a certain amount of time to recover.
7C - SHUTDOWN FOR EXTENDED PERIODS
If the prep table and lower storage cabinet are not to be used for an extended period
of time, disconnect the electrical power supply and open the doors (or drawers) to the
lower storage cabinet. As soon as the divider bars have defrosted and the cabinet has
warmed to room temperature, wipe out the pan chiller cavity and base interior.
DO NOT HOSE DOWN OR POUR WATER OR LIQUID CLEANERS IN THE PAN
CHILLER COMPARTMENT AS THIS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE PAN CHILLER
AND REQUIRE AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN TO REPAIR. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION WILL VOID WARRANTY. (FOR PROPER CLEANING
PROCEDURES SEE “MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES”).
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
8A - CLEANING:
WARNING: DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING ANY
PARTS ON THE UNIT.
8B - CLEANING: LOWER STORAGE CABINET
Use warm, soapy water to clean lower storage cabinet and doors. NEVER use cleaners
containing grit, abrasive materials, bleach or harsh chemicals. Rinse thoroughly and dry
with a clean soft cloth. Always rub in the same direction as the grain pattern on the
stainless steel.
To clean the inside of the lower storage cabinet, remove wire shelves. All wire shelves
are adjustable and can be easily removed. Clean shelving in a sink. If shelf clips have
been removed, make sure the four clips per shelf are at same height in pilaster. The shelf
clips have a small projection on top which holds the shelf in position and prevents it from
slipping forwards. The clip must be “snapped” in place by squeezing clip together and
inserting into slot in pilaster keyhole. (See Fig. 11).
FIG. 11
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (CONT.)
8B - CLEANING: LOWER STORAGE CABINET (CONTINUED):
If equipped with tray slides, the tray slides can be removed by lifting up on the front of
the tray slide assembly to allow the front tray slide frame to clear the bottom of the door
opening, then pull the frame assembly out. (See Fig. 12).
TRAY SLIDE
FRAME
FIG. 12
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (CONT.)
8B - CLEANING: LOWER STORAGE CABINET (CONTINUED):
If equipped with drawers, remove the drawers from the drawer frame module. The drawer
frame module can be removed by loosening the black clamping knob on the Cross Rail
Locks and Liner Locks. Pull the Cross Rail Locks toward the center of the drawer frame
module and allow the Liner Locks to drop away from the top of the liner. The entire frame
assembly is now free to slide out of cabinet. (See Figs. 13 & 14)
LINER LOCK
CROSS
RAIL LOCK
(1 ON
EACH SIDE
OF DRAWER)
BACK
CLAMPING
KNOB
FIG. 13
DRAWER
MODULE
CROSS
RAIL LOCK
BACK
CLAMPING
KNOB
FIG. 14
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (CONT.)
8C - CLEANING: PAN CHILLER
WARNING: DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING ANY
PARTS ON THE UNIT.
DO NOT HOSE DOWN OR POUR WATER OR LIQUID CLEANERS IN THE PAN
CHILLER COMPARTMENT AS THIS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE PAN CHILLER
AND REQUIRE AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN TO REPAIR. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION WILL VOID WARRANTY.
The drain is provided for condensate runoff during the defrost cycle. Use a soft cloth
or sponge to clean the pan chiller. Always exercise caution to avoid getting the fan
assembly wet.
There are two drains in the pan chiller. Both drains must be cleared/cleaned regularly for
proper operation. Drains should be cleaned a minimum of once a month.
The top drain in the pan chiller compartment is typically located at the right end above the
louvered compressor compartment. A removable screen has been provided to prevent
the drain from clogging. (See Fig.15.) Clear drain of dirt and debris so that condensate
can flow freely. This drain is provided for condensate run off from defrosting of chiller
plates.
DRAIN
FIG. 15
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (CONT.)
8C - CLEANING: PAN CHILLER (CONTINUED):
A second drain located below the fan assembly in the pan chiller must also be properly
maintained and functional. (See Fig. 16). To access this drain, remove the fan shroud
and fan housing assembly. (A 7/16” hex socket is required to remove the fan assembly
cap screws). Clear drain of dirt and debris so that condensate can flow freely. This drain
is provided for condensate run off from defrost cycle.
DRAIN
Pan Chiller
Fan Mounting
Holes
FIG. 16
8d - CLEANING: CONDENSING UNIT:
WARNING: DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING ANY
PARTS ON THE UNIT.
The condensing unit coil and filter must be cleaned regularly on self-contained models
for optimal performance. The operating environment will affect the required frequency
of cleaning. However, both should be cleaned a minimum of once every three months.
Air must be able to freely circulate through the condenser. Unit performance and
operating efficiency are significantly affected by the amount of air passing through the
condenser. Condenser fins that are clogged with dirt and debris greatly reduce required
airflow. Failure to keep the coil fins and the air filter clean may cause premature
compressor failure, which will not be covered by warranty. (On models that contain
filters, operating unit without filter will void warranty).
Models 42 through 120: The condensing unit is located behind the louvered panel in
the compressor compartment. Remove louvered panel by pulling on the bottom then
lifting up and out. Remove rear access panel located in the back of unit. A phillips head
screwdriver is required to remove rear access panel. Carefully clean dirt and lint from the
condenser coil using a vacuum cleaner or soft brush; do not use a wire brush.
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8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (CONT.)
8d - CLEANING: CONDENSING UNIT (CONTINUED):
The filter is located behind the louvered panel, below the condensing unit in the
compressor compartment. Remove filter by carefully sliding out of the tracks. Carefully
clean with vacuum or rinse with hot water exercising care not to bend or damage filter
frame. Replace filter by carefully sliding it into the tracks. Replace louvered panel by
installing top of panel into track and pushing in the bottom so that the locking clips fit
inside the opening. Replace rear access panel. Reconnect electrical supply.
Models 27 through 36: The condensing unit is located in the back of the unit, behind
the removable, slotted access panel. The condensing unit coil must be cleaned regularly.
Remove the access panel using a phillips head screwdriver. Carefully clean dirt and lint
from the condenser coil using a vacuum cleaner or soft brush; do not use a wire brush.
These units do not have a removable filter. Replace slotted access panel. Reconnect
electrical supply.
Replacement filters are available through Kairak Parts and Service Department at 800833-1106.
8E - CLEANING: EVAPORATOR COILS:
WARNING: DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING ANY
PARTS ON THE UNIT.
Evaporator coils should be cleaned every six (6) months for optimal performance.
The evaporator coils are located in the storage cabinet behind the coil can cover. With a
phillips head screwdriver, remove four screws and take off cover. Clean evaporator coils
with a vacuum cleaner or soft brush, do not use a wire brush. Replace coil can cover.
Reconnect electrical supply.
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Compressor fails to operate
• Power failure.
• Plug loose in receptacle or unplugged.
• Blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker.
• Main power switch is Off.
• Temperature controls or time clock not set properly.
2. Condensing unit operates for prolonged periods or continuously.
• Door gaskets not sealing properly.
• Condensing unit filter is dirty.
• Evaporator coil is iced up or dirty.
• Prolonged and/or frequent door openings or door(s)
ajar.
• Excessive load of warm food placed into lower storage
cabinet.
3. Lower storage cabinet not holding
temperature.
• Temperature control and/or time clock not set properly.
• Door gaskets not sealing properly.
• Inadequate air circulation due to product loading.
• Evaporator coil is iced up or dirty.
4. Pan Chiller not holding temperature.
• Temperature control and/or time clock not set properly.
• Cooling fans not operating
• Evaporator coil is iced up or dirty.
SERVICE
For additional information, contact Kairak Parts and Service Department: 800-833-1106.
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10. TIPS
How to Ensure Long Life and Great Performance in Kairak
Prep Tables
1. Make sure time clock is set correctly. Pay CLOSE attention to the AM/PM sides of the dial.
This makes a huge difference in performance. Please refer to detailed instruction sheet.
2. Make sure that temperature controllers for rail and base are set correctly. Please refer to
detailed instruction sheets.
3. Make certain air intake filters below condensing unit are cleaned or replaced regularly.
Depending on the kitchen environment, this may be monthly or quarterly procedure.
4. Keep drain strainers clean and in place. Clogged drains mean water will accumulate and
freeze, causing poor operation /cooling in rail.
5. ALL pan openings in the cold rail must be covered with proper sized hotel pans AT ALL TIMES
to ensure proper operation; this is due to the airflow in the rail.
6. Please make sure that compressor area covers are in place at ALL times.
7. Do not store anything in the compressor area.
8. Keep rails clean of debris, and wipe up spills immediately. Keeping the rails clean will help
avoid problems in item 9 below.
9. NEVER dump water into the rail when cleaning. This can overflow into the fan, causing failure
and the resulting service call.
10. Do not use sharp utensils to clean the gaskets. Wiping them down daily ensures easy
cleaning.
11. Make certain that casters get wiped down regularly, if they get clogged with grease, they will
eventually “flat spot” and fail.
12. Units 36” and shorter have a rear mount compressor and should not be pushed against a wall
and should have a minimum clearance on both sides of at least 3”. They breathe from the rear
and need all the air they can get!
13. Do not place trash receptacles or any other “solid” object in front of compressor areas, again
the air flow is needed for proper breathing.
14. Be aware of condensate evaporator and plug underneath unit, particularly when mopping or
sweeping. Also make sure plug is fully seated.
15. Evaporator coils in bases should be cleaned every 6 months. Unplug unit or disconnect
power, then access by removing the 4 Phillips head screws on the rear access cover and remove
cover. Clean with vacuum cleaner or soft brush.
16. Keep your eyes open for conditions that hinder cooler operation. Items such as shelving with
heat lamps above refrigerated rail and adjacent cooking equipment that though off heat which
could hinder the refrigerators performance.
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11. WARRANTIES
Kairak’s warranty coverage warrants that Kairak-branded products are free of defects in materials and factory
workmanship. The following applies to all Kairak Model and Serial numbers.
Kairak’s warranty is extended only to the original purchaser and shall not apply to any failures resulting from damage
in transit, improper installation, alteration, normal wear, misuse, abuse, improper voltage, accident or negligence. The
warranty excludes; T-stat adjustments, time clock adjustments, gaskets, cutting boards, filters, clogged drains, ice
build-up with no mechanical failures, and the loss of contamination of food due to mechanical or electrical failure.
Warranty does not apply outside the United States.
In order to be covered under this warranty, prior authorization to perform the necessary and appropriate service must
be obtained from the factory. Model and Serial number must be provided at the time of service request. Kairak does not
assume responsibility for any expenses, including labor, parts or travel expenses incurred without such prior authorization.
Kairak shall not be liable, whether in contract or in tort or under any other legal theory for loss of use, revenue or profit,
substitute use or performance, incidental, indirect or special and/or consequential damages, loss of refrigerant or for
any other loss or cost of similar type. Such related charges will be back charged to the responsible party. The decision
of the Kairak Service and Warranty, as to whether a defect is within the terms of this warranty shall be final.
Failure to object or provision contained in a customer’s purchase order or other communication shall not be deemed
as a waiver of terms or conditions of their warranty, nor shall it be considered acceptance of such provisions. This
warranty supersedes and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied and of other obligations of liabilities,
on the part of Kairak.
In case of freight damage, do not refuse shipment, but call agent’s attention to its condition, making careful note of the
details on freight bill before freight charges are paid. File claim for damages with freight agent immediately.
BLU fixtures manufactured by Kairak hold a 3-year parts and labor warranty. Kairak holds a 5-year compressor
warranty, with a one-time compressor only replacement after the first year. Kairak will warranty the labor to replace
the compressor for the first three years, 30 days from the ship date. After the first three years, labor, tax, shipping
and miscellaneous parts will not be included. Please contact our warranty department for compressor replacement
procedures during the warranty period. BLU remote Fixtures are designed to operate with Kairak remote systems only.
Violation of these terms will void all warranty.
Refrigerant fixtures manufactured by Kairak hold a 1-year parts and labor warranty. Kairak holds a 5-year
compressor warranty, with a one-time compressor only replacement after the first year. Kairak will warranty the
labor to replace the compressor for the first year, 30 days from the ship date. After the first year, labor, tax, shipping
and miscellaneous parts will not be included. Please contact our warranty department for compressor replacement
procedures during the warranty period.
Remote systems manufactured by Kairak hold a 1-year parts and 90-day labor warranty on the remote system,
with an option to purchase 1-year labor warranty at the time of purchase order receipt. This warranty does not apply
to motors, switches, controls, accessories or parts manufactured by others and purchased by Kairak, unless the
manufacturer warranties the same to Kairak. Kairak holds a 5-year compressor warranty, with a one-time compressor
only replacement after the first year. Kairak will warranty the labor to replace the compressor for the first year, 30 days
from the ship date. After the first year, labor, tax, shipping and miscellaneous parts will not be included. Please contact
our warranty department for compressor replacement procedures during the warranty period.
To request authorized service, call the Kairak Service and Warranty Hotline: (800) 833-1106.
After-hour requests must be urgent in nature and documented with Kairak’s after-hours service line prior to service being
performed. Kairak is responsible for straight time only, unless otherwise approved by the warranty department.
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500 S. State College Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92831
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