Use and Care Guide

Use and Care Guide

Clear Ice Maker Model:

CLR2160

Clear Combo

®

Ice Maker/Refrigerator

Model:

CLRCO2175

CLR2160

CLRCO2175

Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of a U-Line refrigeration product. A pioneer in the field for more than 40 years, U-Line

Corporation is the world’s number one manufacturer of built-in, under-counter, specialty refrigeration and ice making products. U-Line dedicates 100% of its research and development to these products. The result: U-Line technology consistently leads the market with innovation, design, depth of product line and performance.

U-Line products are making life more convenient in homes, businesses, and hotels around the world. U-Line supports its products with a strong dealer network, and its commitment to quality even extends to environmentally safe packaging.

IMPORTANT

READ all of the instructions in this guide completely before operating the unit for the first time.

For future reference, keep this guide in a safe, accessible location. If you need additional information or assistance, please contact U-Line Corporation directly. Contact information appears on the rear cover of this guide.

If you have a problem with the operation of this product, the SERVICE section of this guide will assist you in quickly identifying common problems and provide information on possible causes and remedies. If your product needs service, contact U-Line directly.

Warranty Registration

Your U-Line Corporation Limited Warranty is located on the inside rear cover of this guide. To validate your warranty, the product and its original purchase date must be registered. A Warranty Registration Card has been included for this purpose in the package containing this manual. Complete and mail the Warranty Registration Card, or register your product online at www.U-LineService.com as soon as possible after purchase.

If your product registration is not on file and a request for warranty coverage is received, the date of sale to the U-Line

Selling Dealer or Distributor will be established as the first date of warranty coverage for your product.

Please Record Your Model Information

When you request additional information or service, you will be asked for your products model and serial numbers. You can find this information on the serial plate located on the upper right or rear wall in the interior of your unit. This information also appears on the warranty registration card.

Model

Number

Serial

Number

ULIN_0023_A

Serial Plate

Please record the model number and serial number, date of purchase, and dealer contact information for your U-Line product below:

Model Number: Dealer Name:

_____________________________________________________

Serial Number:

_____________________________________________________

Purchase Date:

_____________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________

Dealer Address:

_____________________________________________________

Dealer Telephone:

_____________________________________________________

CLR2160, CLRCO2175

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction .................................................................................................. Inside Front Cover

Warranty Registration .................................................................................. Inside Front Cover

Please Record Your Model Information ...................................................... Inside Front Cover

1-Safety Precautions ..................................................................................................................2

Safety Alert Definitions .....................................................................................................2

General Precautions ...........................................................................................................2

2-Product Features ......................................................................................................................3

3-Service ......................................................................................................................................3

Before Calling for Service ..................................................................................................3

If Service is Required ..........................................................................................................3

4-Replacement Parts ..................................................................................................................3

5-Installation ...............................................................................................................................4

Prepare Plumbing ..............................................................................................................4

Water Supply Connection ..................................................................................................4

Drain Connection ................................................................................................................5

Final Water/Drain Connection............................................................................................8

6-Electrical Specifications ..........................................................................................................9

7-Initial Startup ...........................................................................................................................9

8-Operation ..............................................................................................................................10

Turn Unit On/Off ..............................................................................................................10

Temperature Digital Display ...........................................................................................10

Interior Lighting

- Model CLRCO2175 Only ................................................................................................10

9-Normal Operating Sounds.....................................................................................................11

10-Outdoor Usage.....................................................................................................................11

11-Storage, Vacation or Moving .............................................................................................11

12-Product Disposal .................................................................................................................12

13-Maintenance and Cleaning ................................................................................................12

Exterior Cleaning (As Required) ......................................................................................12

Defrosting .........................................................................................................................12

Condenser Cleaning .........................................................................................................13

Clear Ice Maker Cleaning .................................................................................................14

Ice Cube Thickness Adjustment .......................................................................................15

Leveling ............................................................................................................................16

Door Alignment Check and Adjustment ........................................................................17

Door Reversal - Black and White Models Only ...............................................................18

Door Shelf Removal/Insertion .........................................................................................19

Glass Shelf Removal/Installation .....................................................................................19

Light Bulb Replacement - Model CLRCO2175 Only ........................................................19

14-Troubleshooting Guide .......................................................................................................20

15-Electronic Control Quick Guide ..........................................................................................22

Warranty.......................................................................................................... Inside Back Cover

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

PLEASE READ all instructions completely before attempting to install operate or service your unit.

• Proper installation procedures must be followed if this unit is being initially installed, or is moved to a new location after being in service. An

INSTALLATION GUIDE for your unit, providing complete installation information is available from U-Line Corporation directly, and must be consulted before any installation is begun. U-Line contact information appears on the rear cover of this guide.

• This unit requires connection to a grounded

(three-prong), polarized receptacle that has been placed by a qualified electrician in accordance with applicable electrical codes.

Safety Alert Definitions

Safety items throughout this guide are labeled with a

Danger, Warning or Caution based on the risk type:

DANGER

Danger means that failure to follow this safety statement will result in severe personal injury or death.

WARNING

Warning means that failure to follow this safety statement could result in serious personal injury or death.

CAUTION

Caution means that failure to follow this safety statement may result in minor or moderate personal injury, property or equipment damage.

General Precautions

Use this appliance for its intended purpose only and follow these general precautions along with those listed throughout this guide:

DANGER

RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT. Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer, take off the doors and leave shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside.

WARNING

SHOCK HAZARD - Electrical Grounding Required.

• Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the unit until the electricity has been disconnected.

• Never remove the round grounding prong from the plug and never use a two-prong grounding adapter.

• Altering, cutting of power cord, removal of power cord, removal of power plug, or direct wiring can cause serious injury, fire and/or loss of property and/or life and will void the warranty.

• Never use an extension cord to connect power to the unit.

• Always keep your working area dry.

CAUTION

• Use care when moving and handling the unit. Use gloves to prevent personal injury from sharp edges.

• If your model requires defrosting, DO NOT use any type of heater to defrost. Using a heater to speed up defrosting can cause personal injury and damage to the inner lining.

• Do not lift unit by door handle.

• Never install or operate the unit behind closed doors. Be sure front grille is free of obstruction.

Obstructing free air flow can cause the unit to malfunction and may void the warranty.

• Failure to clean the condenser every three months can cause the unit to malfunction. This could void the warranty.

• Allow unit temperature to stabilize for 24 hours before use.

• If your model requires defrosting, never use an ice pick or other sharp instrument to help speed up defrosting. These instruments can puncture the inner lining or damage cooling unit.

• Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts.

Imitation parts can damage the unit, affect its operation or performance and may void the warranty

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PRODUCT FEATURES

CLR2160 Clear Ice Maker

• This model produces up to 60 lbs (27.2 kg) of ice per day, will store 30 lbs (13.6 kg).

• Stainless steel model is deemed suitable for outdoor use by UL.

• An electronic control panel with digital display allows you to control all operating functions.

CLRCO2175 Clear Ice Maker/

Refrigerator

• This model produces up to 40 lbs (18.1 kg) of ice per day, will store 15 lbs (6.8 kg), and provides 2.5 cu ft (71

L) of refrigeration capacity.

• An electronic control panel with digital display allows you to display the interior refrigerator temperature and adjust the setting to your preference.

• Automatic (cycle) defrost eliminates the need for manual defrosting.

• Three fully encapsulated, contoured shelves contain spills and are easy to clean.

• Recessed shelf channels, supporting the encapsulated shelves, provide a sleek, clean appearance to the interior of the cabinet by eliminating protruding shelf supports.

• Two contoured, inner door “pick-off” shelves are adjustable for storage of a variety of different bottle, can, and container sizes and shapes.

• An interior light will illuminate automatically as the cabinet door is opened. However, you can easily select another mode of operation. A blackout/Sabbath mode

(not Star K certified) allows you to darken both interior light and the LED display, while maintaining complete temperature control in the unit.

EXCLUSIVE FEATURES OF ÉCHELON

• An easy, self-cleaning process for the clear ice maker eliminates complicated procedures.

• Black and white models feature a slightly contoured, across the top, integrated door handle design that permits the door to be easily reversed. The door comes standard with a factory-installed flush panel. These models can accommodate a 1/4 in. (0.64 cm) thick custom panel to achieve a custom, built-in look by matching surrounding cabinets.

• An optional full overlay door panel kit for black and white units, using a customer provided 3/4" (1.9 cm) thick panel, is available that provides a fully integrated appearance with surrounding cabinets. The overlay panel is easily attached to the door.

• Stainless steel model doors are not field-reversible.

• All stainless steel models have a stainless steel full wrap cabinet, door and sculpted handle that distinguishes the Echelon™ stainless steel units from other heavier

“commercial” looks.

• An optional commercial handle is available through the dealer to further customize your unit.

• Black and white models have vinyl clad steel cabinets that feature a rich textured look, and resist scratching, peeling, or flaking.

• Self-closing door hinges engage when the door is open approximately 8-10 in. (20-25 cm), ensuring a positive door seal and preventing door bounce back.

Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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SERVICE

Before Calling for Service

If your U-Line product appears to be malfunctioning, read through the OPERATION section of this guide to ensure that the function of all controls are clearly understood. If the malfunction persists, the TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE in this guide will assist you in quickly identifying common problems, and provide information on possible causes and remedies. Most often, this will resolve the problem without the need to call for service.

If Service is Required

If you do not understand a troubleshooting remedy, or your product needs service, contact U-Line Corporation directly at 1-800-779-2547. Additional contact information appears on the rear cover of this guide.

You will be asked for your product Model and Serial

Numbers. This information should be recorded inside the front cover of this guide, following the products original purchase. It also appears on the Model and Serial number plate located on the upper right or rear wall of the interior of your product.

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REPLACEMENT PARTS

When you need replacement parts, always request that genuine U-Line replacements be used. U-Line products have been designed and engineered using components that work efficiently, and provide superior service life and performance. The use of aftermarket parts or components may affect the safety, operation, performance or durability of your product, and may also void its warranty.

CLR2160, CLRCO2175 3

5

INSTALLATION

Prepare Plumbing

CAUTION

Plumbing installation must observe all state and local codes. All water and drain connections MUST

BE made by a licensed/qualified plumbing contractor. Failure to follow recommendations and instructions may result in damage and/or harm.

Water Supply Connection

When connecting the water supply, follow these guidelines:

• Review the local plumbing codes before you install the unit.

• Connect to the cold water supply.

• The water pressure should be between 20 and 120 psi.

• The water line MUST have a shut-off valve in the 1/4”

O.D. supply line.

• Leave approximately 8’ of water line to be coiled behind the appliance (Figure 1). The water line should be looped into 2 coils. This will allow the unit to be removed for cleaning and servicing. However, make certain that the tubing is not pinched or damaged during installation.

ULIN_S_165

Figure 1

2. Locate the U-Line supplied garden hose fitting. Ensure the end of the copper tubing has been cut straight and free of burrs. Slide the compression nut and ferrule onto the copper tubing as shown (Figure 2). Push the assembly completely into the the garden hose fitting and tighten using the two wrenches. Wait to connect this assembly to the appliance until the drain connection is ready.

U-Line recommends the use of copper tubing for installation or using flexible water supply kit from

U-Line, Part No. WATERHOOKUP.

If using the flexible water supply kit, follow the instructions included with the kit.

To connect to 1/4” copper line water supply:

1. Locate the desired cold water supply location. Attach a

1/4” copper line to this location and route the tubing to the appliance. Leave approximately 8’ of water line to be coiled behind the appliance. The water line should be looped into 2 coils. This will allow the line to flex when removing the unit for cleaning and servicing

(Figure 1).

9/16" Wrench

1/4" Copper Water

Supply Line

7/16" Wrench

From Water Supply to Ice Maker

ULIN_S_0168_A

Figure 2

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Drain Connection

Drain can NOT be located directly below unit. Unit has a solid base that will not allow unit to drain below itself.

The CLR2160 or CLRCO2175 can be installed using a

Gravity Drain, a Factory-Installed Drain Pump (U-Line P60) or a Locally-Installed (U-Line P60) Drain Pump. Drain lines must have a 5/8” inside diameter. The floor drain must be large enough to accommodate drainage from all attached drains.

Note: We strongly recommend the use of the U-Line

CLRDRAINKIT for both gravity & pump installations.

Depending on your model, your unit may have been packaged with this kit. A complete drain kit containing all the items needed to connect your unit is available from your dealer if your unit was not packaged with this. Order

Part No. U-CLRDRAINKIT.

Note: Longer drain connections may require additional drain hose lengths. Additional drain line can be purchased from your dealer or directly from McMaster-Carr.

(McMaster-Carr # 52375K35)

Follow these guidelines when installing drain lines to prevent water from flowing back into the ice maker storage bin and/or potentially flowing onto the floor, causing water damage:

Gravity Drain

A Gravity Drain may be used if:

• Drain line has at least a 1-inch drop per 48 inches of run (1/4 inch per foot).

• Drain line does not create traps or created traps are vented (Figure 3).

If using a Gravity Drain:

1. Slide 2 hose clamps onto the drain connection on the rear of the appliance.

2. Insert the barbed fitting halfway into this connection.

3. On the other end of this barbed fitting attach the 5/8” braided tubing.

4. Slide a clamp on each side of the barbed fitting as shown (Figure 5).

5. Insulate the drain line, if necessary to prevent condensation. Go on to Final Water/Drain Connection

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Gravity Drain

Figure 4

Waste

Hot

Water

Waste

Shut-Off

Valve

Cold

Water

ULIN_0570_A

Drain Fitting from

Back of Unit

5/8" x 5/8"

Barb Connector

Worm Clamps

Normal

Proper Drain

Drain Line

With Trap

Poor Drainage, Water Will Back Up

With Trap and Vent

Proper Drain

ULIN_0569_A

Figure 3

See Figure 4 for a typical Gravity Drain installation.

Figure 5

ULIN_S_0166b2_A

CLR2160, CLRCO2175 5

Factory-Installed Drain Pump

If your drain line will run up to a stand pipe, disposal assembly or spigot assembly or does not otherwise meet the requirements for a Gravity Drain, you may have ordered the CLR2160 or CLRCO2175 with a U-Line P60

Drain Pump. See Figures 8, 9 and 10 for typical installations requiring a Drain Pump. If you need to install a P60 Drain Pump into your unit, see Locally-Installed

Drain Pump on Page 6.

4. Check that the clamps and hose connections are tight at the following areas (Figure 7):

• Discharge tube (A)

• Drain tube (B)

• Vent tube (C)

B B

C C

A

Before installing your U-Line CLR2160 or CLRCO2175 with Factory-Installed U-Line P60 Pump, it is extremely important to check and test all hose connections at the drain pump. There is a possibility that hose connections may have loosened during shipment.

To check and test hose connections:

1. Make certain the unit is not plugged into an electrical outlet.

2. Carefully push the power cord grommet through the hole in the back panel (Figure 6, CLRCO2175 shown).

Screws

Back

Panel

Grommet

Power

Cord

Drain

Fitting

Figure 6

3. Remove 12 screws and back panel.

Water

Connection

ULIN_0574_A

WARNING

Back panel serves as a guard. DO NOT put your hands inside the ice maker cabinet or attempt to touch any components except the discharge tube during testing. Failure to follow this warning could result in serious personal injury or death.

Back View Side View

ULIN_0575_A

Figure 7

5. Place a suitable container beneath the pump’s discharge tube. (The bucket must be able to hold a minimum of one gallon.)

6. Plug the ice maker power cord into a properly grounded, polarized electrical outlet.

7. Place the unit into OFF mode by holding power key for

10 seconds. Not doing this will cause the unit to start the fill cycle which will run for 3 minutes.

8. Verify pump operation by pouring one gallon of water into the ice storage bin of the ice maker. The pump should energize and pump the water into the container.

9. At this time, verify that all tube and clamp connections are tight and leak-free.

10. Unplug unit power cord from electrical outlet.

11. Reinstall back panel.

Locally-Installed Drain Pump

If a gravity drain connection is not possible, and you have not purchased a CLR2160 or CLRCO2175 with factoryinstalled pump, we strongly recommend the use of the

U-Line P60 drain pump. The U-Line P60 drain pump is available through your Dealer, with complete installation instructions. If a pump other than the U-Line P60 drain pump is to be used, it must meet the following specifications:

• It must be UL listed and have a UL listed, 120 VAC,

3-wire grounded power cord.

• It must have overall maximum outside dimensions of

8-3/4" wide x 5-3/4" deep x 7-3/4" high.

• It must have a minimum flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute at 10 feet of lift.

• It must have a sealed sump which does not allow water leakage in the case of a power outage, restricted drain or pump failure.

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• It must have a check valve in the discharge line to prevent waste water return to the pump.

• It must have an overflow protection control which will shut off power to the ice maker in the event of a pump failure.

• It must have an operating temperature range of 50°F to 110°F (10°C to 40°C).

Y-Branch Tailpiece

P60 Pump Required

Air Gap

(Optional Hook-Up)

In the event of a power outage, restricted drain or pump failure, the failure to use the U-Line P60 drain pump or a pump with the above listed specifications, could result in substantial water leakage and pooling with severe and costly water damage and related consequential damages and harm.

Stand Pipe

P60 Pump Required

Hot

Water

Waste

Shut-Off

Valve

Cold

Water

Hot

Water

Waste

Shut-Off

Valve

Cold

Water

ULIN_0573a_A

Figure 10

WARNING

To prevent accidental electrocution, make certain that the floor surfaces surrounding the unit are dry whenever power is removed from, or applied to, the unit.

Drain Fitting from

Back of Unit

5/8" x 5/8"

Barb Connector

Worm Clamps

Waste

Figure 8

ULIN_0571a_A

Drain Line

Disposal Assembly

P60 Pump Required

Air Gap

(Optional Hook-Up)

Figure 9

Waste

Hot

Water

Cold

Water

Shut-Off

Valve

ULIN_0572a_A

ULIN_S_0166b2_A

Figure 11

To connect to drain:

1. Slide 2 hose clamps onto the drain connection on the rear of the appliance.

2. Insert the barbed fitting halfway into this connection.

3. On the other end of this barbed fitting attach the 5/8” braided tubing.

4. Slide a clamp on each side of the barbed fitting as shown (Figure 11).

5. Insulate the drain line, if necessary to prevent condensation. Go on to Final Water/Drain Connection.

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Final Water/Drain Connection

1. Connect the water supply fitting by screwing the brass garden hose fitting to the watervalve in the rear of the unit.

2. Tighten this fitting with pliers.

Note: Do not use Teflon tape or joint compound on this fitting. The rubber washer provides an adequate seal.

Other materials could cause blockage of the valve.

7. While pushing the unit into the opening, continuously reroute the drain tube to avoid kinks. The most common installation pulls the slack into an adjacent cabinet or basement area.

8. If installing a gravity drain, ensure you provide proper slope.

9. After unit is in its final position, finish routing drain tube to the desired location. Common installations use a floor drain, standpipe, garbage disposal, or Y-branch tailpiece type drain connection (Figures 8, 9 and 10).

10. Check to ensure unit is level both side to side and front to back. See Leveling on Page 16.

ULIN_S_0166b1_A

Figure 12

3. Attach the copper water line to the back of the unit using the supplied clamp and the back panel screw

(Figure 12, CLR2175 model shown). This will prevent rotation of the line when moving the unit.

4. Plug in the unit and put unit into OFF mode by holding the power key for 10 seconds. Not doing this will cause the unit to fill with water for 3 minutes.

5. Turn on the water supply and ensure the connections are free of leaks.

6. Begin to push the appliance into the desired cabinet opening. The copper tubing should remain in 2 coils behind the unit.

For disposer or Y-branch tailpiece connections press the drain tube over the barbed end of the connector and secure with a worm clamp. Make sure the knockout inside the tailpiece has been removed for both types of connections. Depending on the size of the Y-branch or disposer fitting, an adapter may be necessary to interface between the 5/8” hose and connection.

11. Turn the unit to the on position by holding the power key for 10 seconds.

12. Pour 1 gallon of water into the ice bin and check all connections for leaks. Ensure the water is flowing from the bin. If the water does not flow from the bin there may be an issue with the drain connection, such as kinks or improper slope. If your unit has a drain pump, an indicator of P1 on the display will alert you of a slow or clogged drain.

13. If any issues are found, retrace the drain connection, correct the issue and retest with water.

Proced to Electrical Specifications.

Normal operation creates some vibration. A water supply line contacting cabinet wall may cause excessive noise during operation or damage to the line.

For the gravity/floor drain or the standpipe be sure to secure the drain line to these items to prevent it from coming loose and causing water damage.

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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INITIAL STARTUP

Note: Unit is shipped in the “ON” position and only needs to be plugged in to start up.

CAUTION

Electrical installation must observe all state and local codes. This unit requires connection to a grounded (three-prong), polarized receptacle that has been placed by a qualified electrician.

The unit requires a grounded and polarized 115 VAC, 60

Hz, 15A power supply (normal household current). An individual, properly grounded branch circuit or circuit breaker is recommended. GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) is usually not required for fixed location appliances and is not recommended for your unit because a GFCI could be prone to nuisance tripping. However, be sure to consult your local codes.

See Figure 13 for recommended receptacle location.

Plugging the unit into a receptacle located behind an adjacent cabinet will allow the CLRCO2175 to be more easily serviced with self-diagnostics without disturbing your installation.

Figure 14

ULIN_0080_A

Proper air flow (Figure 14) is required for your unit to operate at its highest efficiently. A grille, located in the base of the unit, must not be blocked at any time, or your unit will not perform as expected.

Power

Warmer

Display

Cooler

Light

7"

Acceptable

Location

24"

1-1/2"

Preferred

Location for Receptacle

Figure 13

WARNING

SHOCK HAZARD — Electrical Grounding Required.

• Never remove the round grounding prong from the plug and never use a two-prong grounding adapter.

• Never use an extension cord to connect power to the unit.

ULIN_0058_A

Figure 15

All U-Line units are shipped with controls that are preset.

No initial adjustments are required.

1. Open the door and remove the cover in front of the evaporator by gently compressing and pulling forward. This will enable you to observe the water flow over the evaporator.

2. Check that the overflow tube is inserted securely into the water trough. PLUG UNIT IN. Once the unit is powered up, the water fill valve will energize and fill the water reservoir. The water fill valve shuts off after approximately 180 seconds (3 minutes). The compressor begins to operate.

The CLR2160 display will show “ICE” when the unit is on and will show “OFF” when the unit is off.

The CLRCO2175 display will show the set-point temperature (38°F) when the unit is on and will show

“OFF” when the unit is off (Figure 15) .

Watch the water flow over the evaporator assembly (ice cube tray) to familiarize yourself with the operation.

Upon initial start-up, water flow ove the evaporator may be uneven. This may cause uneven sized cubes or water spilling into the ice storage bin. This is normal

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and will correct itself within the first 24 hours of operation.

3. Re-install the evaporator cover.

Note: On CLRCO2175 model, after the first slab of ice is produced, ice production will stop until the refrigerator side reaches the setpoint temperature, then ice production will begin again.

Allow the unit to run for at least 24 hours to stabilize before making any temperature or ice adjustments.

DISPLAYING INTERIOR REFIGERATOR TEMPERATURE

- MODEL CLRCO2175 ONLY

1. Touch and hold the WARMER icon (Figure 16) for approximately five seconds and release when the °F symbol in the display begins to flash.

2. The display will show the actual refrigerator temperature.

ADJUSTING TEMPERATURE SETPOINT

- MODEL CLRCO2175 ONLY

Note: The CLRCO2175 refrigerator section temperature is adjustable. The storage bin temperature in the

CLRCO2175 and CLR2160 is not adjustable.

• U-Line recommends the unit be allowed to run overnight prior to loading the Model CLRCO2175 refrigerator with product.

• On ice maker equipped units, it is possible that dirt or scale will dislodge in the water line.

Always throw away all ice cubes made during the first two to three hours of operation.

Adjust the setpoint temperature in single increments and wait 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize before rechecking.

Warmer

Display

Cooler

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OPERATION

Turn Unit On/Off

Touch and hold the POWER icon on the display panel for approximately five seconds until the “F” symbol flashes, then release.

• A small LED above the icon will illuminate to confirm the touch of any icon.

• The CLR2160 display will show “ICE” when the unit is on and will show “OFF” when the unit is off.

The CLRCO2175 display will show the set-point temperature (38°F) when the unit is on and will show

“OFF” when the unit is off (Figure 15).

• Turning the unit off will override any other control function.

Temperature Digital Display

The electronic control with digital display is configured to show a single temperature continuously. The setpoint temperature is used by the controller to maintain the temperature zone in the unit. The factory default setpoint temperature is 38°F.

CHANGING FARHENHEIT/CELSIUS

Units supplied for 110 VAC operation have temperatures displayed in Fahrenheit (°F). Units supplied for 220 VAC operation have temperatures displayed in Celsius (°C).

Press and hold the LIGHT icon (Figure 15), then within 5 seconds press the COOLER icon three times to change the display (°F to °C or °C to °F).

Figure 16

1. Press and release either the WARMER or COOLER icon

(Figure 16) to enter the SET TEMPERATURE mode. The

°F symbol will begin to flash.

Note: If no further action is taken, this mode will selfcancel in five seconds and the original setpoint temperature will be displayed.

2. While the °F symbol is flashing, press the WARMER or

COOLER icon to adjust the setpoint as desired.

3. After five seconds, the new setpoint temperature will be displayed.

Interior Lighting

- Model CLRCO2175 Only

The refrigeration section is illuminated whenever the door is opened.

The light can be set for a Blackout mode which will cause the display and interior light to go dark.

To access the Blackout mode:

1. Touch and hold the LIGHT icon (Figure 17) for ten seconds and release (the °F symbol will flash briefly at the end of the five second period).

2. The interior light and control display will go dark.

Note: Although the display will not be visible, the temperature controls in the unit remain active and the interior temperature will be maintained.

3. To exit the Blackout mode, repeat step 1.

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Light

10

OUTDOOR USAGE

Some U-line models are designed to operate in outdoor environments. For best performance, keep the unit out of direct sunlight.

If the unit will be shut off for five days or more, prop the door open to allow for air circulation and prevent mold and mildew.

Figure 17

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NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS

All models incorporate rigid foam insulated cabinets to proved high thermal efficiency and maximum sound reduction for the internal working components. In spite of this technology, the unit may make sounds that are unfamiliar.

Normal operating sounds may be more noticeable because of the unit’s environment. Hard surfaces such as cabinets, wood/vinyl/tiled floors and paneled walls have a tendency to reflect normal appliance operating noises.

Common refrigeration components, and a brief description of the normal operating sounds they make, are listed below.

Note: Your unit may not contain all the components listed.

• Compressor: The compressor makes a hum or pulsing sound that may be heard when it operates.

• Evaporator: Refrigerant flowing through an evaporator may sound like boiling liquid.

• Condenser Fan: Air moving through a condenser may be heard.

• Automatic Defrost/Drain Pan: Water may be heard dripping or running into the drain pan when the unit is in the defrost cycle.

• Automatic Ice Maker: Ice can be heard as it drops from the mold into the ice bin/tray.

• Water Valve: The water valve will make an occasional buzzing sound and running water will be heard.

It is strongly recommended that the unit NOT be left outside during the cold winter months. If the temperature will be below freezing, follow the storage instructions and move the unit indoors during this period.

If the ambient temperature is expected to drop below 45°F, turn off and unplug the unit, and drain all water from the unit to prevent freezing damage not covered by the warranty.

High ambient temperatures (110°F or higher) may reduce the unit’s ability to reach low temperatures.

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STORAGE, VACATION OR

MOVING

If the unit will not be used for an extended period, or otherwise stored, follow these steps completely:

DANGER

Electrical Shock Hazard. Disconnect power before servicing. Before operating, replace all panels.

Failure to do so may result in death or electrical shock.

1. Remove all consumable contents from the unit.

2. Disconnect power to the unit.

3. Shut off water supply to the unit at main water source.

WARNING

If the ambient temperature is expected to drop below 45°F, turn off and unplug the unit, and drain all water from the unit to prevent freezing damage not covered by the warranty.

The use of anti-freeze or other products of this nature is not necessary and is not recommended.

4. Disconnect the water valve inlet and outlet lines, and allow them to drain completely.

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5. Reconnect power to the unit and allow it to run for one hour (minimum) until any remaining ice has been ejected from the ice maker assembly.

6. Disconnect power to the unit, dry any remaining water from the ice maker assembly, and reconnect any lines removed from the water supply valve.

7. Disconnect the power cord from its outlet and leave it disconnected until the unit is returned to service.

8. Clean and dry the interior of the cabinet.

9. During period of non-use, the cabinet must remain open to prevent the formation of mold and mildew.

Open door a minimum of 2” (5 cm) to provide the necessary ventilation.

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PRODUCT DISPOSAL

If the unit is being removed from service for disposal, check and obey all Federal, State and/or local regulations regarding the disposal and recycling of refrigeration appliances, and follow these steps completely:

1. Disconnect power to the unit and unplug the power cord from its outlet.

2. Shut off water supply to the unit at the main water source and disconnect the supply line to the unit’s water valve.

3. Remove the cabinet door if equipped and secure all interior shelves to the interior of the cabinet using a heavy duty cloth or package sealing tape.

DANGER

RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT. Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer, take off the doors and leave shelves in place so that children may not easily climb inside.

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MAINTENANCE & CLEANING

Proper maintenance of your U-Line unit will ensure efficiency, top performance and long life. The maintenance intervals listed are based on normal conditions. You may want to shorten the intervals if you have pets or other special considerations.

Exterior Cleaning (As Required)

BLACK AND WHITE MODELS

• Surfaces may be cleaned with a mild detergent and warm water solution. Do not use solvent-based or abrasive cleaners. Use a soft sponge and rinse with clean water. Wipe with a soft, clean towel to prevent water spotting.

STAINLESS STEEL MODELS

• Stainless steel surfaces and components can discolor when exposed to chlorine gas, pool chemicals, salt water or cleaners with bleach.

• Keep your stainless steel unit looking new by cleaning with a good quality all-in-one stainless steel cleaner/ polish on a monthly basis. For best results use Claire

®

Stainless Steel Polish and Cleaner, which can be purchased from U-Line Corporation, part number

713348.

• Do not clean with steel wool pads.

• Do not use cleaners that are not specifically intended for stainless steel on stainless steel surfaces (this includes glass, tile and counter cleaners).

• If any surface discoloring or rusting appears, clean it quickly with Bon-Ami

®

or Barkeepers Friend Cleanser

® and a non-abrasive cloth. Always clean in the direction of the grain. Always finish this process with Claire

®

Stainless Steel Polish and Cleaner or comparable product to prevent further problems.

• Using abrasive pads such as Scotchbrite

™ cause the graining in the stainless steel to become blurred.

• Rust that is not cleaned up promptly can penetrate into the surface of the stainless steel and complete removal of the rust may not be possible.

Defrosting

Automatic (Cycle) Defrost and Frost-Free Models

These models do not produce frost in normal operating conditions. However, a frost pattern may be noticed on the interior walls if the unit is repeatedly opened in a high heat or high humidity location. If this frost pattern does not clear within 24 hours, your unit will require manual defrosting.

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WARNING

DO NOT use any type of electrical heating device, ice pick, knife or other sharp instrument to defrost; this could damage the inner lining or refrigeration system and void the warranty.

The drain pan was not designed to capture the water created when manually defrosting. To prevent water from overflowing the drain pan, place towels or other absorbent materials over the interior drain trough, under the evaporator (Figure

18), before defrosting.

Condenser Cleaning

INTERVAL - EVERY 3 MONTHS

To maintain operational efficiency, keep the front grille free of dust and lint and clean the condenser every three months. Depending on environmental conditions, more or less frequent cleaning may be necessary.

WARNING

Disconnect electric power to the unit before cleaning the condenser.

To remove and replace the grille for access to the condenser fins, follow this procedure:

Screws

Place towels or absorbent materials over the interior drain trough

Figure 18

ULIN_0185_A

To defrost:

1. Turn unit off.

2. Remove all products from the interior and prop the door in an open position, 2 in. (5 cm) minimum.

3. Allow the frost to completely melt naturally. Clean the interior and all removed components using a mild nonabrasive detergent and warm water solution applied with a soft sponge or non-abrasive cloth.

CAUTION

DO NOT use any solvent-based or abrasive cleaners.

They will discolor or damage the interior.

4. Dampen a soft sponge or non-abrasive cloth in clean water and wipe down the cabinet interior and removed components to remove any detergent residue. Rinse the sponge or cloth in clean water and repeat as necessary until the cabinet and components are clean.

5. When the interior is dry, turn unit back on.

Condenser coil

ULIN_0203_A

Figure 19

1. Disconnect electrical power to the unit.

2. Loosen two screws (Figure 19) completely.

Note: Screws are held in the grille by o-ring retainers, and will not come free of the grille.

3. Remove the grille.

WARNING

DO NOT touch the condenser fins. The condenser fins are SHARP and can be easily damaged.

CAUTION

DO NOT use any type of cleaner on the condenser unit.

4. Clean the condenser coil (Figure 19) using a soft brush with a “combing” action or vacuum cleaner. Do not touch the condenser coil.

5. Position the grille to align the mounting screws with the holes in the cabinet.

6. Secure, but do not over-tighten both grille screws.

7. Reconnect power to the unit.

Clear Ice Maker Cleaning

INTERVAL - EVERY 6 MONTHS

To maintain operational efficiency, clean the unit every six months (depending on water conditions, more or less frequent cleaning may be necessary). If the ice maker requires more frequent cleaning, consult a qualified

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plumber to test the water quality and recommend appropriate treatment.

WARNING

Wear rubber gloves and safety goggles and/or face shield when handling Ice Machine Cleaner.

CAUTION

Use only U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner (Part No. 41978, available from your dealer or direct from your local parts distributor. To locate a parts distributor near you, visit www.U-LineService.com. It is a violation of federal law to use this solution in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Use of any other cleaner can ruin the finish of the evaporator and will void the warranty. Read and understand all labels printed on the package before use.

U-Line Ice Machine Cleaner is used to remove lime scale and other mineral deposits. Refer to the following steps to initiate the self-cleaning cycle.

Evaporator cover

Figure 21

ULIN_0059_A

• Model CLRCO2175 refrigerator will not operate during the ice maker cleaning cycle. Remove all fresh food to prevent spoilage.

• Model CLRCO2175 ice production after the first harvest may take longer after the cleaning cycle since restoring the refrigerator temperature will take precedence over ice production. Once the refrigerator reaches its set-point temperature, ice making will resume.

CAUTION

Never use anything to force ice from the evaporator. Damage may result.

1. Turn the ice maker off (allowing any ice to melt off of the evaporator) as follows:

Touch and hold the POWER on/off button for 10 seconds (Figure 20). The display will switch from ICE to OFF to confirm that the ice maker is off.

2. Remove all ice from the storage bin.

3. Remove evaporator cover (Figure 21).

Power

Figure 20

Light

Evaporator

Standpipe Water trough

ULIN_0060_A

Figure 22

4. Remove the standpipe (Figure 22) by lifting it up while using a slight back and forth motion to loosen it from the drain hole. The water in the reservoir will flow down the drain.

5. Re-install the standpipe into the water trough.

6. Clean the Interior Bin as follows:

• Dilute one packet of CLR cleaner into two quarts of water.

• Using a sponge or cloth, clean interior of ice bin, tubing and door. This cleaner will remove all mineral deposits and other contaminants from the surfaces.

• Using a bottle brush, clean out the trough drain tube and pump tubing where needed (Figure 23).

7. Place the unit into CLEAN mode by pressing and holding the POWER button for 10 seconds while pressing the LIGHT button three times.

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8. When water begins flowing over the evaporator

(approximately 3 minutes), pour 1 packet of CLR cleaner into the water trough. The cleaning process will last approximately 45 minutes.

Brush

Ice Cube Thickness Adjustment

INTERVAL - AS REQUIRED

Ice thickness adjustments are made using the control panel as follows:

1. To enter the thickness adjustment mode: a. Touch and hold the UP ARROW button.

b. Touch and release the DOWN ARROW button three times, then release the UP ARROW button.

c. The display will switch to “0” to confirm the thickness adjustment mode has been selected.

2. The factory setting is “0,” and the total range of adjustment is -5 to +5 (ideal range is -1 to +1). Use the

UP ARROW button to raise the setting and thicken the ice bridge, or the DOWN ARROW button to lower the setting to thin the ice bridge.

Figure 23

9. Following the cleaning process, sanitize the ice bin with a bleach solution.

Dilute 1 tablespoon bleach in 1 gallon of warm water.

Apply this solution to the entire inside of the storage area. Then rinse thoroughly with water.

The unit will resume operation approximately 15 minutes after the automated cleaning process is completed. The water fill valve will energize, fill the water reservoir, and shut-off after three minutes. The compressor begins to operate and water flows over the evaporator assembly

(ice cube tray). Initially, the water flow may not be uniform, causing uneven sized cubes or water to spill into the ice storage bin. This is a normal situation that will correct itself within the first 24 hours of operation.

Ice thickness adjustment should only be made one increment at a time. Allow ice maker production to stabilize for 24 hours before rechecking ice thickness.

3. Touch and release the LIGHT button key to exit the ice thickness adjustment mode.

4. Remove all ice from the storage bin.

DIMPLES

ICE BRIDGE

• Discard all ice produced in the first harvest.

• Should power to the unit be interrupted during the self-clean cycle, it will be necessary to repeat the complete cleaning cycle after power is restored.

Ice Bridge and Dimples

Figure 24

ULIN_0299_A

Ice cubes in any given batch will vary, so it is necessary to choose cubes from the sample area for comparison when making adjustments. If further adjustments are desired, repeat Steps 1 through 4.

The ice cube thickness is factory set for best overall performance. The factory setting is designed to maintain an ice bridge of approximately 1/16" to 1/8" under normal conditions resulting in a dimple of approximately 1/4" to

1/2" in depth. A fuller cube with less of a dimple results in a thicker ice bridge. As the ice bridge becomes thicker, the tendency for the cubes to stay together as a slab increases. A bridge thicker than 1/8" may cause cubes to overfill the ice bucket.

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1/4" TO 1/2"

DIMPLE

1/16" TO 1/8"

ICE BRIDGE

DIMPLE

TOO DEEP

BRIDGE

TOO THIN

LITTLE OR

NO DIMPLE

BRIDGE

TOO THICK

GOOD

Cube Types

Figure 25

Leveling

It is extremely important that Clear Ice models are level. If not level, the ice mold will not fill evenly.

BAD

ULIN_0300_A

Place level here

ULIN_0047_A

Figure 26

A unit that is not level can cause a reduction in ice rate, uneven sized cubes or water spilling into the storage area, which will cause the ice in the bin to melt prematurely

(Figure 26).

When checking the level, remember that floors near drains have a tendency to slope towards the drain.

ULIN_0043_A

Figure 27

Use a level to check the levelness of the unit from front to back and from side to side. Level should be placed along top edge and side edge as shown (Figure 27).

Adjustable foot

ULIN_0044_A

Figure 28

5. If the unit is not level, adjust the feet on the corners of the unit as necessary (Figure 28).

6. Check the levelness after each adjustment and repeat the previous steps until the unit is level.

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Door Alignment Check and

Adjustment

Slotted mounting holes

When properly aligned:

• The door will not be flush with the top of the cabinet. The top edge of the door will be 1/8”

(3.175 mm) below the cabinet top.

• The door gasket will be firmly in contact with the perimeter of the cabinet and not pinched on the hinge side of the door.

The following procedure will correct for up to 1/4” misalignment:

1/8"

(3.175 mm) toward outside of door toward inside of door

ULIN 0201 A

Figure 31

3. Turn the door upside down and inspect the hinge plate mounting holes.

• Your plate has slotted mounting holes (Figure 31).

Loosen but do not remove the two hinge plate screws.

4. If door edge opposite the hinges needs to move up, move plate toward outside of door. If door edge needs to move down, move plate toward inside of door.

Repeat until top edge of door is parallel with top of cabinet and tighten screws securely.

ULIN_0016_A

Figure 29

1. Compare the top edge of the door (opposite the hinges) to the top edge of the cabinet (Figure 29) and note the type (up or down) of adjustment needed.

ULIN_0133_A

Figure 30

2. Remove the top hinge pivot pin with a Phillips screwdriver (Figure 30) and lift door off bottom hinge pin. Be careful not to lose the door closer insert sets.

Door closer inserts

ULIN_0004_A

Figure 32

5. After adjustment is complete, remove the door closers from the bottom hinge, clean thoroughly and apply petroleum jelly to the mating surfaces of the closers. Be sure that bosses on closers (Figure 32) align with holes in the door and bottom cabinet hinge plates. Mount door and install top hinge pivot pin.

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Door Reversal - Black and White

Models Only

Metal hinge plugs

ULIN_0002_A

Figure 35

2. Remove metal hinge plugs (three each, top and bottom) (Figure 35) from new hinge location. Do not discard.

3. Remove top hinge (three screws) and reinstall hinge screw pin (Figure 34).

ULIN_0015_A

Figure 33

Black and white units may be left- or right-hand opening.

Stainless steel unit doors cannot be reversed. The doors are easily reversed by moving the hinge hardware to the opposite side. The top hinge hardware will be used on the bottom of the other side and the bottom hinge hardware will be used on the top of the other side (Figure 33).

To reverse the door:

Align bosses with holes

ULIN_0005_A

Figure 36

4. Install the removed top hinge mount on opposite side

BOTTOM (Figure 36).

Hinge screw pin

Screw

ULIN_0003_A

Figure 34

1. Remove top hinge screw pin (Figure 34) from door using a Phillips screwdriver. Remove door by tilting forward and lifting off bottom hinge pin.

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Door closer inserts

Figure 37

ULIN_0004_A

5. Remove the two door closer inserts (Figure 37) from the existing bottom hinge and install as shown on the new bottom hinge (Figure 36).

6. Remove existing bottom hinge (three screws) and remount on opposite side TOP. Remove hinge screw pin.

7. Remove the plastic hole plug from the top of the door to allow the pivot pin to be inserted in the new location. Install the plug into the vacated hole on the opposite side.

To install the door shelf:

1. Holding shelf in center, align notches in shelf with bosses in door (Figure 39).

2. Tilt shelf at a 15°-20° angle and slide onto bosses at the desired location.

Glass Shelf Removal/Installation

2

1

ULIN_0006_A

Figure 38

8. With bottom of door facing up, remove pivot plate

(two screws), flip over, and remount on opposite side of door (Figure 38). Be sure notch in plate faces

center.

9. Holding door upright with top of door tilted forward, place hole of door pivot plate on bottom hinge screw pin/closer inserts (Figure 36).

10. Tilt top of door into position in top hinge and install top hinge screw pin.

11. Install metal hinge plugs removed in Step 2 in old hinge holes (three each, top and bottom).

Door Shelf Removal/Insertion

Notch

Boss

ULIN_0276_A

Figure 40

1. Pull shelf out about 6" (Figure 40) until back of shelf clears the "hump" on the right-hand side.

2. Tilt right-hand edge of shelf up. Remove shelf from unit by pulling out (Figure 40).

Insert the shelves as follows:

1. To move to a different position in the unit, insert shelf at an angle, approximately 15°-20°, over the rib in the side of the unit where you want to place the shelf. The shelf must be started into the unit at an angle to clear the door.

2. Continue to slide the shelf into the unit at an angle until it clears the door.

3. Lower the shelf and push it in completely.

Light Bulb Replacement - Model

CLRCO2175 Only

To replace the light bulb in your U-Line unit:

ULIN_0039_A

Figure 39

To remove the door shelf:

1. Grasp shelf in center, lift slightly, and tilt 15°-20°.

2. Carefully pull shelf off bosses (Figure 39).

Lens

Tab

Figure 41

ULIN_0001_A

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1. Grasp the edges of the light housing lens opposite the exposed tab, and gently push the lens towards the tab

(Figure 41).

2. Pull the edge of the lens down and swing it out of the light housing.

ALWAYS use a genuine U-Line replacement bulb

(Part No. 31317) in the light housing. Use of any other bulb within the housing will generate excessive heat, causing damage to the light housing and cabinet interior, and compromising the precise temperature control of your unit.

3. Replace the bulb only with a genuine U-Line Part No.

31317 replacement.

4. Replace the lens by first inserting the tab side back into the housing at a slight angle. While gently pushing the lens towards the tab end, push the free end up into the housing, and release when you will hear a snap/click.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

WARNING

ELECTROCUTION HAZARD

Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the unit until the main electrical power has been disconnected.

Note: Recommended refrigerator temperature setting is

38°F.

Troubleshooting - What to check when problems occur:

PROBLEM

Unit does not operate and electronic display is blank.

No interior light (Model CLRCO2175)

Electronic display is blank and interior light is ON with door OPEN

(Model CLRCO2175).

Electronic display shows repeating, randomly flashing symbols and partial characters.

Electronic display shows:

0, 1 to 26, or 99.

Electronic display shows E3.

Electronic display shows one or more of the following: ER or P1.

The unit is not cold enough.

Noise during operation

POSSIBLE CAUSE

No electrical supply

No power to unit

Loose or burned out bulb

A display function has changed.

A factory control mode has been inadvertently entered.

A factory control mode has been inadvertently entered.

REMEDY

Plug unit in or check circuit breaker.

Make sure power cord is plugged in.

Tighten or replace bulb (See MAINTENANCE; LIGHT

BULB REPLACEMENT).

Touch and hold the warmer temperature button and touch and release the POWER button three times, then release the temperature button. The display should become visible.

Touch and hold the warmer temperature button and touch and release the LIGHT button three times, then release the temperature button to exit the factory control mode. The set-point temperature should now be displayed.

Repeatedly touch the warmer temperature button to advance any number shown to 99 and touch and release the LIGHT button. The set-point temperature should now be displayed.

Door has been left open longer than

20 minutes.

Close door completely. The set-point temperature should now be displayed.

The unit is displaying an error code.

Record the error code(s) displayed and call for service.

P1 - Drain line is restricted.

Dirty condenser coils

Airflow to front grille blocked

Clean condenser (See MAINTENANCE; CONDENSER

CLEANING).

Airflow must not be obstructed to front grille (See

OPERATION).

Temperature not set cold enough

(Model CLRCO2175)

Door is not closing completely.

Door gasket not sealing properly

Certain sounds are normal.

Use the temperature controller to set temperature colder. Allow 24 hours for temperature to stabilize.

Make sure no obstructions are blocking the door and unit is level (See MAINTENANCE; LEVELING).

Door adjustment required (See MAINTENANCE; DOOR

ALIGNMENT CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT).

Adjust door (See MAINTENANCE; DOOR ALIGNMENT

CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT and DOOR REVERSAL).

Soft sounds from the fan, water running in the ice maker and the sound of ice dropping will be heard.

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PROBLEM

Fresh food section too cold (Model

CLRCO2175)

Unit runs but no ice is produced.

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Temperature control set too cold

REMEDY

Use the temperature controller to set temperature warmer.

No water being supplied to the unit Check to see that water is connected and turned on to the unit.

Unit runs but produces very little ice.

Dirty condenser coils Clean the condenser (See MAINTENANCE; CONDENSER

CLEANING).

High air temperature around unit

Scale and mineral buildup in unit

Surrounding air temperature of over 90°F. Low ice production at high temperatures is normal.

Clean the ice maker. (See MAINTENANCE; CLEAR ICE

MAKER CLEANING).

Remove items blocking airflow.

Inadequate airflow at the front of the unit

Cleaning Cycle recently performed

Poor ice quality (soft or unclear) Unit is not level.

Allow unit to reach the set temperature to produce ice normally.

Level unit (See MAINTENANCE; LEVELING).

Poor incoming water quality

Ice-making system is dirty.

Consult a qualified plumber to test the water quality and recommend appropriate treatment.

Clean the ice maker. (See MAINTENANCE; CLEAR ICE

MAKER CLEANING).

Check to see that overflow tube is fully seated.

Unit produces shallow or incomplete cubes, or the ice fill pattern on the evaporator is incomplete.

Low water level

Hot incoming water

Incorrect incoming water pressure

Ice is slow to release or does not release from the evaporator.

Unit is not level.

Ice-making system is dirty.

Connect the unit to a cold water supply.

Water pressure must be 20-120 psi.

Level unit (See MAINTENANCE; LEVELING).

Clean the ice maker. (See MAINTENANCE; CLEAR ICE

MAKER CLEANING).

Level the unit (See MAINTENANCE: LEVELING).

Ice storage bin full of water

Unit is not level.

Low air temperature around unit

Obstructed drain

Water leaking from under the unit Supply line leaking

Fill tube leaking

Bin drain leaking

Surrounding air temperature must be at least 50°F.

Check to see that storage bin drain opening is free from obstruction and debris.

Tighten connection as required.

Check connection at water valve outlet.

Check integrity of bin drain hose and clamp.

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ELECTRONIC CONTROL QUICK GUIDE

All Models

Task

Turn ON/OFF

Touch

Hold 10 seconds

or

Adjust

Temperature

Touch and release

View Actual

Temperature

Hold 5 seconds

Change °F-°C

Hold

Touch

Release when °F flashes.

or

Touch to change temperature

Release when °F flashes.

Display

or or

Comment

°F flashes after first touch, set-point saved after 5 seconds of inactivity and °F stops flashing.*

For Wine Coolers, see Use and Care Manual.

Repeat to switch back.

Blackout

Mode

Hold 10 seconds

Display (and cabinet light) not operable in Blackout Mode.

Hold light for 10 seconds to exit.

* Drawer Wine Cooler: Initially, top bar will flash to set to zone. After five seconds of inactivity (or touching light button), the bottom zone (bottom bar on F flashing) can be adjusted. After five seconds of inactivity, set-point will be stored in unit.

Glass Door Models

Task Touch Touch Display

Cabinet Light

Display Off

Mode

Hold

Comment

Light normally goes on/off with door opening. Pressing light button will turn interior light on for 4 hours, then it will turn off.

Display off when door is closed (unless cabinet light is switched on). Repeat to switch back.

All Ice Makers

Task Touch Touch Display Comment

Ice Maker Off

Mode

Hold Repeat to switch back

Clear Ice & Clear Combo Only

Task Touch

Clean Cycle Hold

Touch Display Comment

Will automatically return to ice production when clean cycle is complete.

Ice Thickness

Adjustment

Hold

Temporary

Shutdown

(Office Mode)

Hold

NOTE: 38°F is an example; the display will vary with actual set-point.

Use warmer/colder to scroll.

Ice maker will automatically turn back on in three hours.

IMPORTANT

Factory recommended set-point is 38°F for refrigerators and beverage centers, and 50°F for wine coolers.

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U-Line Corporation Limited Warranty

U-Line Corporation warrants each U-Line product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase; and warrants the sealed system (consisting of the compressor, the condenser, the evaporator, the hot gas bypass valve, the dryer and the connecting tubing) in each U-Line product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five years from the date of purchase. During the initial one-year warranty period for all U-Line products U-Line shall: (1) at U-Lines option, repair any product or replace any part of a product that breaches this warranty; and (2) for all Marine, RV and Domestic U-Line products sold and serviced in the United States

(including Alaska and Hawaii) and Canada, U-Line shall cover the labor costs incurred in connection with the replacement of any defective part. During years two through five of the warranty period for the sealed system, U-Line shall: (1) repair or replace any part of the sealed system that breaches this warranty; and (2) for all Marine, RV and

Domestic U-Line products sold and serviced in the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii) and Canada, U-Line shall cover the labor costs incurred in connection with the replacement of any defective part of the sealed system. All other charges, including transportation charges for replacements under this warranty and labor costs not specifically covered by this warranty, shall be borne by you. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of the U-Line product.

The Registration Card included with the product should be promptly completed by you and mailed back to U-Line or you can register on-line at www.U-LineService.com.

The following are excluded from this limited warranty: installation charges; damages caused by disasters or acts of God, such as fire, floods, wind and lightening; damages incurred or resulting from shipping, improper installation, unauthorized modification, or misuse/abuse of the product; customer education calls; food loss/spoilage; door and water level adjustments (except during the first 90 days from the date of purchase); defrosting the product; adjusting the controls; door reversal; or cleaning the condenser.

If a product defect is discovered during the applicable warranty period, you must promptly notify either the dealer from whom you purchased the product or U-Line at P.O. Box 245040, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53224 or at 414-354-0300. In no event shall such notification be received later than 30 days after the expiration of the applicable warranty period. U-Line may require that defective parts be returned, at your expense, to U-Lines factory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for inspection. Any action by you for breach of warranty must be commenced within one year after the expiration of the applicable warranty period.

This limited warranty is in lieu of any other warranty, express or implied, including, but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose; provided however, that to the extent required by law, implied warranties are included but do not extend beyond the duration of the express warranty first set forth above. U-Lines sole liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty is set forth in the initial paragraph above. U-Line shall have no liability whatsoever for any incidental, consequential or special damages arising from the sale, use or installation of the product or from any other cause whatsoever, whether based on warranty (express or implied) or otherwise based on contract, tort or any other theory of liability.

Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

CLR2160, CLRCO2175

For General Inquiries:

P.O. Box 245040

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

53224-9540 U.S.A.

Phone (800) 779-2547

FAX (414) 354-5696 www.U-Line.com

For Service and Parts

Assistance:

Phone (800) 779-2547

(414) 354-0300

FAX (414) 354-5696

Email:

[email protected]

www.U-LineService.com

E-mail:

[email protected]

For more than four decades, U-Line has distinguished itself as the leader in built-in under-counter ice making, refrigeration and wine storage appliances.

An INSTALLATION MANUAL for your unit, providing complete installation information, is available for download at www.U-Line.com. Information for custom panel inserts per model, including panel size, and instructions are available by visiting www.U-Line.com.

When you need replacement parts, always request genuine U-Line replacements be used. Visit www.U-Line.com to locate a parts distributor in your area.

©2008 U-Line Corporation

Publication No. 30096E

03/2008 Rev. E

U-Line Corporation, located in Milwaukee, WI, is a family operated manufacturer of built-in undercounter ice makers, Combo

®

ice maker/refrigerators, Wine Captain

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wine storage units, refrigerators, refrigerated drawers and refrigerator/freezers.

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