International Work Top &
Undercounter Refrigerators & Freezers
Original Instructions
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
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International Work Top & Undercounter Refrigerators & Freezers Original User Manual
Important Warning And Safety Information
WARNING
Read This Manual Thoroughly Before Operating, Installing, Or Performing Maintenance On The Equipment.
WARNING
Failure To Follow Instructions In This Manual Can Cause Property Damage, Injury Or Death.
WARNING
Do Not Store Or Use Gasoline Or Other Flammable Vapors Or Liquids In The Vicinity Of This Or Any Other
Appliance.
WARNING
Unless All Cover And Access Panels Are In Place And Properly Secured, Do Not Operate This Equipment.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not Intended For Use By Persons Who Lack Experience Or Knowledge, Unless They Have
Been Given Supervision Or Instruction Concerning Use Of The Appliance By A Person Responsible For Their
Safety.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not To Be Played With.
WARNING
Do Not Clean With Water Jet.
WARNING
Do Not Use Electrical Appliances Inside The Food Storage Compartment Of This Appliance.
CAUTION
Observe the following:
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•
Minimum clearances must be maintained from all walls and combustible materials.
•
Keep the equipment area free and clear of combustible material.
•
Allow adequate clearance for air openings.
•
Operate equipment only on the type of electricity indicated on the specification plate.
•
Unplug the unit before making any repairs.
•
Retain this manual for future reference.
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Contents
Serial Number Location
Serial Number Location.................................................................. 3
Warranty Information.................................................................... 3
Regulatory Certifications................................................................ 3
Refrigeration Specifications............................................................ 4
Freezer Specifications..................................................................... 4
Installation...................................................................................... 5
Caster Or Leg Installation............................................................... 6
Caster & Leg Mounting Detail........................................................ 6
The serial number on 400 and 4000 series refrigerators and
freezers is printed on the left interior side wall.
Always have the serial number of your unit available when
calling for parts or service. A complete list of authorized
Delfield parts depots is on www.delfield.com.
This manual covers standard units only. If you have a custom
unit, consult the customer service department at 1-800-7338829
Refrigerator Temperature Control Operation................................. 7
Freezer Models 4148 Temperature Control Operation.................. 7
Freezer Models 403 & 407 Temperature Control Operation......... 8
Evaporator Fan Operation.............................................................. 8
Maintenance............................................................................. 9-10
Refrigerator Wiring Diagram........................................................ 11
Refrigerator Replacement Parts Lists........................................... 12
Freezer Wiring Diagrams......................................................... 13-14
Freezer Replacement Parts Lists................................................... 15
Warranty Information
Visit www.delfield.com/warranty to:
• Register your product for warranty.
• Verify warranty information.
• View and download a copy of your warranty.
Regulatory Certifications
Models are certified by:
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)
European Conformity
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Refrigerator Specifications
Volume
Ft.3/L
Model
Shelves
Ft.2/cm2
H.P.
R404A
Charge
Global
Warming
Potential
V, Hz, Ph
Amp
Plug
Ship
CO2
Weight Equivalent
Work Top Refrigerator Bases With Stainless Steel Top & Backsplash
402-CE
ST4048-CE
5.7/161
4.6/4274
1/5
7.0oz
(198g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
1.8
CEE 7/7
176lbs
(80kg)
.778
10.80/306
8.0/7432
1/5
7.0oz
(198g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
1.8
CEE 7/7
234lbs
(106kg)
.778
Undercounter Refrigerator Bases With Stainless Steel Top
406-CE
5.7/161
UC4048-CE 10.80/306
4.6/4274
1/5
7.0oz
(198g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
1.8
CEE 7/7
176lbs
(80kg)
.778
8.0/7432
1/5
7.0oz
(198g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
1.8
CEE 7/7
236lbs
(107kg)
.778
230-240, 50, 1
1.8
CEE 7/7
168lbs
(76kg)
.778
V, Hz, Ph
Amp
Plug
Undercounter Refrigerator With Subtop And 3.75” Casters
406CA-CE
5.7/161
4.6/4274
1/5
7.0oz
(198g)
3922
H.P.
R404A
Charge
Global
Warming
Potential
Freezer Specifications
Volume
Ft.3/L
Model
Shelves
Ft.2/cm2
Ship
CO2
Weight Equivalent
Work Top Freezer Bases With Stainless Steel Top & Backsplash
403-CE
4.6/4274
1/5
6.5oz
(184g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
2.1
CEE 7/7
184lbs
(83kg)
.723
10.80/306 8.0/7432
1/3
9.5oz
(269g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
4.7
CEE 7/7
242lbs
(110kg)
1.056
5.7/161
ST4148-CE
Undercounter Freezer Bases With Stainless Steel Top
4.6/4274
1/5
6.5oz
(184g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
2.1
CEE 7/7
176lbs
(80kg)
.723
UC4148-CE 10.80/306 8.0/7432
1/3
9.5oz
(269g)
3922
230-240, 50, 1
4.7
CEE 7/7
236lbs
(107kg)
1.056
3922
230-240, 50, 1
2.1
CEE 7/7
168lbs
(76kg)
.723
407-CE
5.7/161
Undercounter Freezer With Subtop And 3.75” Casters
407CA-CE
4
5.7/161
4.6/4274
1/5
6.5oz
(184g)
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Installation
Location
Units represented in this manual are intended for indoor use
only. Be sure the location chosen has a floor strong enough to
support the total weight of the cabinet and contents. Reinforce
the floor as necessary to provide for maximum loading.
For the most efficient refrigeration, be sure to provide good air
circulation inside and out.
Inside cabinet: Do not pack refrigerator so full that air cannot
circulate.
Outside cabinet: Be sure that the unit has access to ample air.
On all 400 and 4000 Series equipment a minimum space of
3” (7.6cm) at the back of the unit and 1” (2.5cm) at the top
and sides is required to conform to Underwriters Laboratories’
standards. On undercounter units it is imperative that the
proper air flow be maintained. The refrigeration system is
designed so air will flow under the unit, over the compressor/
condenser area, and out at the top rear of the unit. Avoid hot
corners and locations near stoves and ovens.
Any restriction of the proper air flow outlined
above, total or partial, will void the warranty on
the unit.
Leveling
A level cabinet will perform better because the drain pan will
drain properly, the doors will line up with the frames and the
cabinet will not be subject to undue strain.
All four legs are adjustable. Adjust each leg until the unit is
stable and level left to right. If necessary adjusting the front legs
slightly higher than the rear by about 1/8” (0.3cm) will help the
door remain closed.
If the unit is supplied with casters, no adjustments are available.
Ensure the floor where the unit is to be located is level.
DANGER
Plumbing
Self-contained models are standard with a condensate
evaporator. If, for some reason, a unit does not have a condensate
evaporator, or the evaporator fails, the unit’s drain must have an
outlet to an appropriate drainage area or container.
Moisture collecting from improper drainage can
create a slippery surface on the floor and a hazard to
CAUTION employees. It is the owner’s responsibility to provide
a container or outlet for drainage.
Electrical connection
Refer to the amperage data on page 3, the serial tag, your
local code or the National Electrical Code to be sure the unit is
connected to the proper power source. A protected circuit of
the correct voltage and amperage must be run for connection of
the line cord, or permanent connection to the unit.
A 6’ (1.8 m) long grounded supply cord and plug are provided
with standard units. Simply plug the unit in to begin operation.
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and
the unit disconnected from the power source
whenever performing service, maintenance
functions or cleaning the refrigerated area.
Stacked 400 series electrical connection
Models 406 and 407 may be stacked using a stacking
collar, Delfield model 409. In this case two 6’ (1.8m) long
grounded supply cords and plugs are standard. Simply plug
them in to begin operation.
For Cord Connected Units - Risk of Electric Shock.
This equipment has two power supply cords.
Unplug all cords before moving or servicing this
equipment.
Never stand on the unit! Doing so may result in bodily
injury. They are not designed to hold the weight of an
adult and will collapse if misused in this manner.
Stabilizing
Some models are supplied on casters for your convenience, for
ease of cleaning underneath and mobility.
The unit must be installed in a stable condition with
the front wheels locked. Locking the front casters
after installation is the owner’s responsibility.
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Caster Or Leg Installation - 400 & 4000 Series
1.Carefully place the unit on its back (see illustration at right).
Plate Casters
W/Locks
2.Located at each caster mounting location are 4 Phillips head
screws, for a total of 16 screws. Remove them.
3.Place a locking plate caster or leg over one of the front holes,
matching the 4 mounting holes to the pre-drilled holes in
the underside of the unit. Insert 4 Phillips head screws and
tighten. Repeat with the other locking front caster or leg.
4.Repeat step 3 with the non-locking casters or legs in the rear
of the unit.
Plate Casters
W/O Locks
Screws
Plate caster installation, 400 & 4000 Series.
5.Carefully lift the unit upright.
WARNING
After installing casters or legs, the unit must stand
upright for twenty-four (24) hours before being
powered up to assure oil return to the compressor
sump.
2”, 3” and 5” Caster and Leg Mounting Detail
A universal bolt hole pattern is provided on the bottom of the cabinet. It will accommodate any leg or caster. Simply line up the
plate holes with the corresponding cabinet holes.
2.38”
6cm
3.40”
9cm
6
1.75”
4cm
2.82”
7cm
0.94”
2cm
2.14”
5cm
NOTE:
If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above mount
in outer set of holes.
NOTE:
If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above mount in
middle set of holes.
NOTE:
If hole pattern on caster/leg
matches the one above mount in
inner set of holes.
6” Leg - 3234569
3” Caster - 3234024
5” Caster - 3234161
6” Leg - 3234791
2” Caster - 3234148
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Refrigerator Temperature Control Operation
After the unit is connected to power it will automatically
begin operating. With the doors closed, the temperature
of the cabinet should reach 36°F to 40°F (2°C to 4°C) on
refrigerators in about one hour.
compressor. The water generated is routed to a pan on the
rear of the unit and is evaporated by the heat given off by
the compressor.
A thermostat located in the evaporator housing on interior
rear of the unit, controls the temperature in the box. The
factory setting for the control is “4” and maintains about
38°F (3°C) in the box. Set toward “1” for higher temperatures
and toward “7” for lower temperatures.
Service Alert
During normal operation the evaporator fan may cycle
and/or pulse independently of the compressor. Consult
the service manual or contact Technical Support at
1-800-733-8829 if you are unsure of the proper function.
Continuous opening and closing of the doors will hamper the
unit’s ability to maintain optimum refrigeration temperature.
Refrigerators defrost automatically with every cycle of the
Freezer Model 4148 Temperature Control Operation
After the unit is connected to power it will automatically
begin operating. With the doors closed, the temperature
of the cabinet should reach 0°F (-18°C) on freezers in about
one hour.
A thermostat located in the evaporator housing on interior
rear of the unit, controls the temperature in the box. The
factory setting for the control is “4” and maintains about -3°F
(-19°C) in the box. Set toward “1” for higher temperatures
and toward “7” for lower temperatures.
Continuous opening and closing of the doors will hamper the
unit’s ability to maintain optimum refrigeration temperature.
When the mechanical timer initiates a defrost cycle, power to
the condensing unit and evaporator fans is interrupted and
the defrost heater is energized. The defrost heater warms
the evaporator coil thereby melting all frost accumulated
during the previous refrigeration cycle. Once all frost is
eliminated, the temperature of the coil continues to rise
until it reaches 27 minutes. The defrost control switches to
refrigeration mode. Defrost will initiate every six hours.
Turn the defrost timer screw ONLY in a clockwise
direction, turning the screw counter-clockwise
will break the cam motor.
Service Alert
During normal operation the evaporator fan may cycle
and/or pulse independently of the compressor. Consult
the service manual or contact Technical Support at
1-800-733-8829 if you are unsure of the proper function.
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Freezer Models 403 & 407 Temperature Control Operation
Freezer Automatic Defrost
After the unit is connected to power it will automatically
begin operating. With the doors closed, the temperature
of the cabinet should reach 0°F (-18°C) on freezers in about
one hour. Continuous opening and closing of the doors will
hamper the unit’s ability to maintain optimum temperature.
The control also monitors compressor total running time
and will enter a defrost cycle after total compressor running
time is greater than 5-hours since the last defrost cycle OR
if evaporator coil temperature drops below -34°F (indicating
excessive frost on the coil).
The electronic temperature control constantly monitors
box temperature as well as evaporator coil temperature
to maintain consistent product temperatures. As an added
energy-saving feature, the electronic controller will switch
the evaporator fan motor on and off with the compressor
and condenser fan motor.
Freezer Manual Defrost
If a manual defrost is desired, simply unplug the unit for
several seconds, then plug unit back in. This will cause the
control to re-initialize and then enter a defrost cycle.
When the control enters the defrost mode, whether manual
or automatic, it switches off the evaporator fan motor,
compressor and condenser fan motor, and switches on the
defrost heater to warm the evaporator coil and melt all frost
accumulated during the previous refrigeration cycle. The
control will continue the defrost cycle for a MINIMUM of 8
minutes and a MAXIMUM of 30 minutes depending on the
amount of frost accumulated on the evaporator coil.
At initial start-up or anytime power is disconnected, then
reconnected to the unit, the control will delay all operations
for a short time (up to 10 minutes.) While in this delay
period, the control initializes the control parameters and
confirms that the temperature sensors and circuits are
operational.
Service Alert: During normal operation the evaporator fan
may cycle and/or pulse independently of the compressor.
Consult the service manual or contact Technical Support at
1-800-733-8829 if you are unsure of the proper function.
After the defrost cycle is complete, the control returns
to a normal refrigeration cycle, however the evaporator
fan motor will not switch on for 2 minutes AFTER the
compressor and condenser fan motor have begun operating.
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING FREEZERS:
Electronic Temperature Control Location & Adjustment
After initializing, the control will immediately enter a
DEFROST mode. The compressor and condenser fan as well
as the evaporator fan will remain off until initial defrost
is complete. This initial defrost cycle may take up to 15
minutes to complete, at which time the freezing cycle will
begin.
Never turn the knob more than 1 dial number and always
allow 8 hours for temperature stabilization before making
any additional adjustments. The control is located in the
control box at the rear of the unit (see photo). It is
factory set at mid-range to maintain about -3°F (-18°C) box
temperature. To adjust for colder temperatures, turn the
knob clockwise. For warmer temperatures, turn the knob
counter-clockwise. Turn the knob fully counter-clockwise to
turn the refrigeration system off.
Whenever the freezer is plugged in, and the control has
completed initializing including the initial defrost cycle
(see above), the electronic temperature control will cycle
the compressor, evaporator fan motor, and condenser fan
motor to maintain box temperature at the control setting.
Evaporator Fan Operation
Cooling Cycle
Compressor On
Evap Fan
On
Evap Fan
Off
Compressor Off
Evap Fan
On
400
Refrigerator
X
400
Freezer
X
4000
Refrigerator
X
X
4000
Freezer
X
X
8
Defrost Cycle
Evap Fan
Off
X
Compressor Off
Evap Fan
On
Evap Fan
Off
X
X
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Maintenance
CAUTION
Never hose down interior or exterior of units
with water. This will void the warranty. Wipe
interior dry of any water accumulation.
The thermostat must be turned to OFF and
the unit disconnected from the power source
whenever performing service, maintenance
functions or cleaning the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators and Freezers
The interior and exterior can be cleaned using soap and
warm water. If this isn’t sufficient, try ammonia and water
or a nonabrasive liquid cleaner. When cleaning the exterior,
always rub with the “grain” of the stainless steel to avoid
marring the finish.
Do not use an abrasive cleaner because it will scratch the
stainless steel and plastic and can damage the breaker strips
and gaskets.
Cleaning the Condenser Coil
The condenser coil requires regular cleaning, recommended
is every 90 days. In some instances though you may find
that there is a large amount of debris and dust or grease
accumulated prior to the 90 day time frame. In these cases
the condenser coil should be cleaned every 30 days.
If the build up on the coil consists of only light dust and debris
the condenser coil can be cleaned with a simple brush, heavier
dust build up may require a vacuum or even compressed air
to blow through the condenser coil.
If heavy grease is present there are de-greasing agents
available for refrigeration use and specifically for the
condenser coils. The condenser coil may require a spray
with the de-greasing agent and then blown through with
compressed air.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially cause
high temperatures and excessive run times, continuous
operation with dirty or clogged condenser coils can result in
compressor failures. Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning
procedures will void any warranties associated with the
compressor or cost to replace the compressor.
Never use a high pressure water wash for this cleaning
procedure as water can damage the electrical
components located near or at the condenser
coil.
CAUTION
In order to maintain proper refrigeration
performance, the condenser fins must be cleaned of dust, dirt
and grease regularly. It is recommended that this be done
at least every three months. If conditions are such that the
condenser is totally blocked in three months, the frequency
of cleaning should be increased. Clean the condenser
with a vacuum cleaner or stiff brush. If extremely dirty, a
commercially available condenser cleaner may be required.
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several
important steps need to be taken. First, we need to
understand the properties of stainless steel. Stainless steel
contains 70-80% iron which will rust. It also contains 12-30%
chromium which forms an invisible passive film over the
steels surface which acts as a shield against corrosion. As
long as the protective layer is intact, the metal is still stainless.
If the film is broken or contaminated, outside elements can
begin to breakdown the steel and begin to form rust of
discoloration.
Proper cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or
plastic scouring pads.
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR
SCRAPERS!
CAUTION
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or non-chloride
cleaners. Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage the
protective film of the stainless steel. Chlorides are also
commonly found in hard water, salts, and household and
industrial cleaners. If cleaners containing chlorides are
used be sure to rinse repeatedly and dry thoroughly upon
completion.
Routine cleaning of stainless steel can be done with soap and
water. Extreme stains or grease should be cleaned with a
non-abrasive cleaner and plastic scrub pad. It is always good
to rub with the grain of the steel. There are also stainless
steel cleaners available which can restore and preserve the
finish of the steels protective layer.
Early signs of stainless steel breakdown can consist of small
pits and cracks. If this has begun, clean thoroughly and start
to apply stainless steel cleaners in attempt to restore the
passivity of the steel.
CAUTION
Never use an acid based cleaning solution!
Many food products have an acidic content
which can deteriorate the finish. Be sure to
clean the stainless steel surfaces of ALL food
products. Common items include, tomatoes,
peppers and other vegetables.
If your freezer seems to vibrate excessively when the
compressor is running, loosen (but do not remove) the
bolts on the compressor. Semi hermetic models should be
loosened before operating.
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Maintenance, continued
Gasket Maintenance
Gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and mildew
build up and also to keep the elasticity of the gasket. Gasket
cleaning can be done with the use of warm soapy water.
Avoid full strength cleaning products on gaskets as this can
cause them to become brittle and prevent proper seals. Also,
never use sharp tools or knives to scrape or clean the gasket
which could possibly tear the gasket and rip the bellows.
Gaskets can easily be replaced and do not require the use of
tools or authorized service persons. The gaskets are “Dart”
style and can be pulled out of the grove in the door and new
gaskets can be “pressed” back into place.
Doors/Hinges
Over time and with heavy use doors the hinges may become
loose. If it is noticed that the door is beginning to sag, it
may become necessary to tighten the screws that mount the
hinge brackets to the frame of the unit. If the doors are loose
or sagging this can cause the hinge to pull out of the frame
which may damage both the doors and the door hinges.
In some cases this can require qualified service agents or
maintenance personnel.
If it becomes necessary to adjust a door, follow these
instructions:
1. If the door needs lowering at the handle, use a 5/16”
wrench to loosen the hinge screws and install a spacer
outside of the hinge (see illustration 1). Tighten the
screws.
2. If the door needs to be higher at the handle, use a 5/16”
wrench to loosen the hinge screws and install a spacer
inside of the hinge (see illustration 2). Tighten the screws.
Illustration 1:
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Drain Maintenance
Each unit has a drain located inside the unit which removes
the condensation from the evaporator coil and evaporates it
at an external condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can
become loose or disconnected from moving or bumping the
drain. If you notice excessive water accumulation on the
inside of the unit be sure the drain tube is connected from
the evaporator housing to the condensate evaporator drain
pan. If water is collected underneath the unit you may want
to check the condensate evaporator drain tube to be sure
it is still located inside the drain pan. The leveling of the
unit is important as the units are designed to drain properly
when on a level surface, if your floor is not level this can
also cause drain problems. Be sure all drain lines are free of
obstructions, typically food product is found blocking drain
lines causing water to back up and overflow the drain pans.
Service Alert
During normal operation the evaporator fan may cycle
and/or pulse independently of the compressor. Consult
the service manual or contact Technical Support at
1-800-733-8829 if you are unsure of the proper function.
Illustration 2:
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Refrigerator Wiring Diagram - 400 and 4000 Series
LINE VOLTAGE
220V/50Hz/1Ph
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
N
L
G
GRN-YEL
BLUE
BROWN
TERMINAL
BLOCK
EVAPORATOR FAN
M
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
M
ORANGE
COMPRESSOR
M
CONDENSOR FAN
PROPRIETARY
The contents of this document are
PROPRIETARY TO THE DELFIELD COMPANY
and are not to be disclosed to others
or used for purposes other than
intended without the written approval
of The Delfield Company.
MATERIAL
SIGNATURE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES
.X ±
.XX ±
.XXX ±
ANG. ±
.1
.03
.010
1
ALL PARTS TO BE DEBURRED AND EDGES
BROKEN .010 MAXIMUM.
DRAWN:
L ENNIS
CHECKED:
2/28/2012
PURCH:
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Refrigerator Replacement Parts List
402/406 Series Refrigerator, 230V/50Hz/1Ph
4048 Series Refrigerator, 230V/50Hz/1Ph
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
0074057
Capillary tube, .044” id x 144”
3526994Compressor, 230-240V R404A
3516451
Compressor start capacitor
3516452
Compressor start relay
158-ATA-0050 Condensate coil, hot gas
149-AWM-0040 Condensate pan
3516275
Condenser coil
3516172Condenser Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
3516173
Condenser fan guard
2162692
Condenser fan motor, 230-240V
000-B3I-0031
Door assembly, 27”, left hand
000-B3I-0032
Door assembly, 27”, right hand
1702623
Door gasket
3516116
Evaporator coil
3516172Evaporator Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162692
Evaporator fan motor, 230-240V
3516321
Filter drier
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978271Shelf
3235014
Shelf clip
2194759KT
Temperature control
(includes control, knob and dial plate)
2194761
Temperature control knob only
3516135
Thermometer, hanging
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
0074057
Capillary tube, .044 id x 144”
3526994
Compressor, 230-240V R404A
3516451
Compressor start capacitor
3516452
Compressor start relay
158-ATA-0050 Condensate coil, hot gas
149-AWM-0040 Condensate pan
3516275
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
3516173
Condenser fan guard
2162692
Condenser fan motor, 230-240V
000-B3I-0035
Door assembly, 24”, left hand
000-B3I-0034
Door assembly, 24”, right hand
1702622
Door gasket
3516116
Evaporator coil
3516172
Evaporator Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162692
Evaporator fan motor, 230-240V
3516321
Filter drier
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978272Shelf
2194759KT
Temp control
(includes control, knob and dial plate)
2194761
Temperature control knob only
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REVISIONS
REV Refrigerators & Freezers Original
DESCRIPTION
International Work Top & Undercounter
User Manual
1
Freezer Wiring Diagram - 400 Series
RELEASE TO PRODUCTION
LINE VOLTAGE
220V/50Hz/1Ph
SEE NAMEPLATE FOR MAXIMUM
FUSE SIZE
L
N
G
BROWN
BLUE
GRN-YEL
TERMINAL
BLOCK
CTORS ONLY
ROUNDED
OMPRESSOR
RS CLOSED
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL
L
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
3
N
5
EVAPORATOR FAN
F
FAN RELAY
M
VIOLET
6
DEFROST
HEATER
HI-LIMIT
H
HEATER RELAY
YELLOW
4
C
COMPRESSOR
RELAY
M
ORANGE
1
COMPRESSOR
1.1,2,3 2.1,2,3 3.1,2,3
CONDENSOR FAN
CABINET AIR
SENSOR
EVAP COIL
SENSOR
LED DISPLAY
(IF USED)
M
PROPRIETARY
The contents of this document are
PROPRIETARY TO THE DELFIELD COMPANY
and are not to be disclosed to others
or used for purposes other than
intended without the written approval
of The Delfield Company.
MATERIAL
SIGNATURE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES
.X ±
.XX ±
.XXX ±
ANG. ±
.1
.03
.010
1
ALL PARTS TO BE DEBURRED AND EDGES
BROKEN .010 MAXIMUM.
THIRD ANGLE
PROJECTION
DRAWN:
L ENNIS
CHECKED:
DATE
2/28/2012
MFG:
PURCH:
DESCRIPTION
LABEL,WIRING,400 FRZ,23
SIZE
C
QA:
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
LOCATION
SCALE
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International Work Top & Undercounter Refrigerators & Freezers Original User Manual
Freezer Wiring Diagram - 4100 Series
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International Work Top & Undercounter Refrigerators & Freezers Original User Manual
Freezer Replacement Parts List
403/407 Series Freezer, 230V/50Hz/1Ph
4148 Series Freezer, 230V/50Hz/1Ph
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
0074058
Capillary tube, .036 id x 168”
3527013
Compressor, 220-240V, R-404a
2194820
Compressor relay
2194821
Compressor start capacitor
158-ATA-0050 Condensate coil, hot gas
149-AWM-0040 Condensate pan
3516275
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
3516173
Condenser fan guard
2162692
Condenser fan motor. 230V
000-CZ0-004GKT-S Control, Frz, 230V, 407, Kit
2198633
Defrost heater
000-B3I-0031
Door assembly, 27”, left hand
000-B3I-0032
Door assembly, 27”, right hand
1702623
Door gasket
3516418
Evaporator Coil
3516172
Evaporator Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162692
Evaporator fan motor, 230V
3516321
Filter Drier
3978055
Heater guard, 18”
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978271Shelf
3235014
Shelf clip
Part #
Description
3234025
3” Caster, brake
3234024
3” Caster, no brake
3234160
5” Caster, no brake
3234161
5” Caster, brake
3234791
6” Leg
000-CIN-0127 Capillary tube (.042 id x 120”)
3527011Compressor
2162755
Compressor start capacitor
2184822
Compressor start relay
158-ATA-0050 Condensate coil, hot gas
149-AWM-0040 Condensate pan
3516276
Condenser coil
3516172
Condenser Fan Blade, 5.56”, CCW, Clear
2162719
Condenser fan motor
2194688
Defrost heater
2194160
Defrost timer
000-B3I-0035
Door, 24”, left hand
000-B3I-0034
Door, 24” right hand
1702622
Door gasket
3516418
Evaporator coil
3517356
Evaporator fan blade, black
3516173
Evaporator fan guard
2162692
Evaporator fan motor
3516321
Filter drier
3978055
Heater guard, 18”
0420067
Hinge kit (left or right hinged)
3978272Shelf
3516043
Thermostat, Mechanical, Freezer
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