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Use and Care Guide
Signature Series
C-Series
ADA-Compliant Series
Shallow-Depth Series
(excludes Beer Dispenser Models)
18” Shallow-Depth Series Beverage Center/48” Signature Series Refrigerator / Wine Reserve stacked on a 48” Signature Series Freezer / Refrigerator Drawers
Form No. 1322013
Use and Care Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information ................................................................................................................................. 2
Safety ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Operation ................................................................................................................................................. 3
Seasonal Maintenance ............................................................................................................................ 6
Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................ 7
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Warranty ................................................................................................................................................ 11
GENERAL INFORMATION
“Service,” and then select “Warranty Registration”
from the menu.
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a Perlick
residential refrigeration product. Perlick’s product
offering gives you the opportunity to enjoy
functionality and user friendliness in just about
any room of your home, including kitchens,
bedrooms, entertainment rooms, basements and
even bathrooms. All Perlick products are built with
commercial grade stainless steel, providing you
with beauty and durability for a lifetime of use.
You must register your product within 90
days of purchase to receive the Full Three
Year Warranty. Without registration, you will
receive the standard Full Two Year Warranty
with the additional Third through Sixth Year
Limited Parts Only Warranty.
If you do not complete the Warranty Registration
online or return it via U.S. mail, Perlick will use
the date of sale as the first date of warranty for
the unit. Please record the purchase date and the
dealer’s name, address and telephone number
below.
This Use and Care Guide will answer your
questions about the features, operation and
maintenance of your Perlick unit. We dedicate
considerable time to ensure that our products
provide the highest level of customer satisfaction.
If, however, service is required, call Perlick at
1-800-558-5592. For your own protection, never
return merchandise for credit without our approval
Model Number: ________________________
Serial Number: _________________________
Purchase Date: ________________________
Dealer Name & Address:
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Phone Number: __________________________
We thank you for selecting a Perlick product.
Warranty
The package containing this manual also includes
warranty registration information. Warranty
coverage begins on the date your Perlick unit was
originally purchased.
PLEASE READ all instructions completely
before attempting to install or operate the unit.
Take particular note of the DANGER, WARNING
and CAUTION information in the manual. The
information is important for the safe and efficient
installation, operation and care of your Perlick unit.
Take a moment to read through the included
warranty statement and complete and mail the
Warranty Registration Card as soon as possible
to validate the registration date. Alternatively,
you can complete Warranty Registration online
at www.perlick.com/residential. Mouse over
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IMPORTANT!
Read and understand all information in this manual before attempting installation.
All plumbing and electrical work must be performed by a qualified technician and
conform to all applicable state and local codes.
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SAFETY
Indicates a hazard that WILL
result in serious injury or
death if precautions are not followed.
Indicates a hazard where
minor injury or product
damage may occur if precautions are not
followed.
CAUTION
DANGER
Indicates a hazard MAY
cause serious injury or
death if precautions are not followed.
WARNING
OPERATION
This is located on the back wall of the unit to the
left of the light; in the Signature Series, it is in front
on the control cradle.
Loading Product
Before storing perishables, turn unit on and allow
it to operate for a minimum of 24 hours to allow
temperatures to stabilize.
Always ensure that the manual light switch is in
the OFF position before closing a solid wood or
stainless steel door. If manual light switch is left
on for an extended period of time, it may increase
the cabinet temperature, especially in the top
compartment, and cause the refrigeration system
to run harder.
When loading items into the unit, do not block
internal louvers and fan guard openings or
performance will be decreased.
Checking Product Temperature
1. To accurately check the temperature of product
stored in the refrigerated compartment, insert
an accurate thermometer into a plastic
unbreakable bottle, partially filled with water.
Tighten bottle cap securely.
Master Power Switch
Dual Zone products come equipped with a master
power switch located behind the louvered toe
kick. Remove the toe kick to turn power on or off
to the unit.
2. Place the bottle in the desired area for 24
hours. Refrain from opening the unit during
the testing period. After 24 hours, check
the temperature of the water. Adjust the
temperature accordingly using the procedures
on this page.
Digital Temperature Control
(Signature Series – 24” Dual-Zone)
The unit is preset to achieve the recommended
temperature range when installed in a location
with a 70° ambient room temperature. The
following factors affect the internal temperature
of the unit:
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SET
Temperature setting
Room temperature where installed
Number of times the door is opened and
closed
Length of time door is left open
Style of door installed
Door gasket seal and condition
Amount of time the internal light is illuminated
Installation in direct sunlight or near a heat
source
Figure 1. Digital Temperature Controller
Upper Compartment: To view the upper
compartment temperature, press and release the
DEFROST button (melting snowflake).
Lower Compartment: Display reading always
shows the lower compartment temperature.
Setpoint Display
Press and release the SET button; display will
read St1. Press SET again and the LOWER
Compartment setpoint will be displayed.
Interior Light
The unit is equipped with an interior light that
illuminates when the door is opened. The cabinet
also comes equipped with a manual light switch
for displaying the products through a glass door.
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Press SET again; the display will read St2.
Press SET again and the UPPER Compartment
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temperature will be displayed.
Digital Temperature Control
(Signature Series – 15”, 24” & 48” Single
Zone)
Changing the Lower Compartment
Temperature
1. Press and hold the SET button until the display
shows St1 with “F” flashing.
C
F
2. Press SET again to display the lower
compartment’s current temperature (“F” will
continue to flash).
Figure 2. Digital Temperature Controller
Changing the Upper Compartment
Temperature
To Set Target Temperature
1. Press and hold the SET button until the display
shows St1 with “F” flashing. Press the DOWN
arrow button once; the display will read St2.
SET Press and release the SET button. Display
will show the current temperature setpoint.
To Change Setpoint Temperature
2. Press SET again to display the upper
compartment’s current temperature (“F” will
continue to flash).
1. Press and hold the SET button until the display
shows the current setpoint temperature with
“F” flashing.
3. Use the UP or DOWN arrow key to scroll to
the desired temperature. The controller will
memorize the new temperature.
2. Use the UP or DOWN arrow button to scroll
to the desired temperature. The controller will
memorize the new setpoint temperature.
NOTE: Dependent on the model and configuration,
the controllers have been programmed to only
allow a temperature adjustment within a specified
range. See the chart below for the specified range
allowed for your unit.
To Start A Manual Defrost (Freezers Only)
Press the defrost button.
To Set Maximum Stored Temperature
Signature Series – Dual-Zone Units
Model
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
Lower/Upper
Range
-10° - 10° / 30° - 42°
HP24Z
0°F / 38°F
HP24C
38°F / 55°F
30° - 42° / 40 -68°
HP24D
55°F / 65°F
40° - 68° / 40° - 68°
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3. Use the UP or DOWN arrow button to scroll
to the desired temperature. The controller will
memorize the new temperature.
Press the UP arrow button to see the
maximum stored temperature. To reset the
maximum stored temperature, while displayed,
press and hold the SET button until ‘rst’ flashes
in the display.
To Set Minimum Stored Temperature
Press the DOWN arrow button to see the
minimum stored temperature. To reset the
minimum stored temperature, while displayed,
press and hold the SET button until ‘rst’ flashes
in the display.
Dual Zone Temperature Scale
To change F to C, press and hold the down
arrow for 3 seconds.
On/Off
Press to turn the unit on or off.
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Key Combinations
LED Functions
Press the UP and DOWN arrow
buttons simultaneously to lock and
unlock the keyboard.
The following table describes the LED functions.
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LED
Mode
Function
ON
Compressor is on.
Flashing
Anti-short cycle delay is on.
ON
Defrost is on.
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ON
An alarm is on.
°F
Flashing
You are in the process of
programming the unit.
SET +
Press the SET and DOWN arrow
buttons simultaneously to enter
programming mode.
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SET +
Press the SET and UP arrow
buttons simultaneously to return
to room temperature display.
NOTE: Dependent on the model and configuration,
the controllers have been programmed to only
allow a temperature adjustment within a specified
range. See the following chart for the specified
range allowed for your unit.
Dial Temperature Control (C-Series,
ADA- Compliant & Shallow-Depth)
Signature Series – HP15 Models
Min Temp
Set
Max Temp
Set
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
HP15RS
30° F
42° F
38° F
HP15BS
30° F
48° F
42° F
40° F
68° F
45° F
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HP15WS
Min Temp
Set
Max Temp
Set
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
HP24RS
30° F
42° F
38° F
HP24FS
-10° F
10° F
0° F
HP24BS
30° F
48° F
42° F
HP24WS
40° F
68° F
45° F
Min Temp
Set
Max Temp
Set
-10° F
10° F
30° F
42° F
Refrigerator
38° F
HP48RR
30° F
42° F
HP48RB
30° F
42° F
30° F
40° F
HP48FR
COLD
OFF
Figure 3. Temperature Controller C-Series
Use a straight slot screwdriver to adjust the dial
temperature control. The control is located at
the top rear panel of the cabinet. Approximate
temperature ranges are as follows:
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
C-Series
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
HC24RB
38° F
38° F
HC24BB
42° F
38° F
HC24WB
55° F
42° F
Refrigerator
38° F
ADA Compliant
68° F
Wine Reserve
55° F
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
HA24FB
0° F
HA24RB
38° F
HA24BB
42° F
HA24WB
55° F
HP48RW
Freezer
0° F
HP48WO
40° F
68° F
45° F
HP48WW
40° F
68° F
45° F
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Signature Series – HP48 Models
Model
ADJUSTING
SCREW
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Signature Series – HP24 Models
Model
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Shallow Depth
Factory
Temperature
Setpoint
HH24RS
38° F
HH24BS
42° F
HH24WS
55° F
4. Clean the condenser by using a vacuum
cleaner to remove loose debris (leaves, dirt,
etc.) that may have accumulated inside the
grille.
5. Reinstall the front grille.
Adjust the temperature as follows:
6. Clean the interior of the unit using stainless
steel cleaner and polish.
Colder Temperature: Turn the adjusting screw
clockwise (to the right).
7. Clean the exterior of the unit using stainless
steel cleaner and polish.
Warmer Temperature: Turn the adjusting screw
counterclockwise (to the left)
NOTE: Do not place a cover over the unit. While
not required, you may choose to remove the unit
from the outdoor location and store indoors.
Temperature Control OFF: Turn the adjusting
screw completely counterclockwise to the OFF
position until a click is heard.
Operating unit at
temperatures lower than
those recommended will void the warranty.
CAUTION
NOTE: The condenser fan motor turns off with
the compressor.
Spring Start-Up
SEASONAL MAINTENANCE
FOR OUTDOOR APPROVED
MODELS
This process should occur after the daily low
temperature is above these temperatures:
Freezer models: 32° F
Winterizing
Refrigerator models: 38° F
This process should occur when the daily low
temperature is at or above the temperatures
stated below:
Beverage Center: 42° F
Wine Reserve: 45° F
Freezer models: 32° F
1. Remove the grille.
Refrigerator models: 38° F
Beverage Center: 42° F
2. Check the condensing unit to ensure it is clear
of loose debris, and clean as necessary with
vacuum cleaner.
Wine Reserve: 45° F
3. Reattach front grille to the unit.
It is best to winterize your unit before the low
temperarature listed.
4. Clean the interior of the unit using stainless
steel cleaner and polish.
1. Turn unit to the OFF position by pressing the
OFF button on the controller. The controller
displays the word “OFF”. (If power cord is
accessible, unplug the power cord. If not,
turn off the circuit breaker to the electrical
receptacle the cabinet is plugged into). For
C-Series units, unplug or turn off circuit
breaker.
5. Clean the exterior of the unit using stainless
steel cleaner and polish.
2. Remove all contents from the unit.
8. The cooling process will begin to bring the
unit to the set temperature. It’s recommended
you run the unit for 24 hours to stabilize the
operating temperature before using.
6. Plug the unit into the electrical receptacle or
turn on the circuit breaker.
7. Press the OFF button one time to turn the unit
on. The controller display will show the actual
temperature inside the cabinet.
3. Remove the front grille.
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MAINTENANCE
Chlorides are found nearly everywhere. They
are in water, food and table salt. Household and
industrial cleaners are the worst offenders.
Never attempt to repair or
perform maintenance on
the unit until the main electrical power to the
unit has been disconnected!
DANGER
Preventing Stainless Steel Rust
Light Bulb Replacement (C-Series, ADACompliant & Shallow-Depth)
Use the proper tools. Use non-abrasive tools to
clean stainless steel products. Soft cloths and
plastic scouring pads will not harm the steel’s
passive layer.
To replace a defective or burnt out bulb, remove
the glass light cover by pulling out on the cover,
unscrew the bulb and replace it with an identical
or smaller bulb. The Perlick replacement bulb part
number is 67026.
Clean with polish lines. Some stainless steels
have visible polishing lines or “grain”. When
visible lines are present, always scrub in a motion
parallel to the lines. When the grain cannot be
seen, polish in a consistent straight pattern and
not in a circular motion.
LED Replacement (Signature Series)
Call your Perlick Factory Authorized Service
Center. For the location of the Service Center
in your area, contact your selling dealer, inquire
via the web at www.perlick.com, Email us at
warrantyserv@perlick.com, or call (800) 5585592.
Use alkaline, alkaline chlorinated or non-chloride
containing cleaners. While many traditional
cleaners are loaded with chlorides, the industry
is providing an ever-increasing choice of nonchloride cleaners. If you are not sure of chloride
content in the cleaner being used, contact your
cleaner supplier. If your present cleaner contains
chlorides, ask your supplier for an alternative.
Avoid cleaners containing quaternary salt; it also
can attack stainless steel and cause pitting and
rusting.
Stainless Steel Care & Cleaning
General
Stainless steel is a “passive” metal because it
contains other metals like chromium, nickel and
manganese that stabilize the atoms. Chromium
provides an invisible passive film that covers the
steel surface, acting as a shield against corrosion.
As long as the film is intact and not contaminated,
the metal is passive and stainless. If the passive
film of stainless steel has been broken, equipment
can start to corrode and rust.
Keep food equipment clean. Use alkaline,
alkaline chlorinated or non-chloride cleaners at
recommended strength. Clean frequently to avoid
build-up of hard, stubborn stains. The single most
likely cause of damage is chlorides in the water.
Remember, adding heat to cleaners that contain
chlorides dramatically increases their effect on
stainless steel.
Three materials or processes can break down
stainless steel’s passive layer and allow corrosion
to occur:
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If chlorinated cleaners are used, immediately
rinse and wipe equipment and supplies dry. The
sooner you wipe standing water, especially when
it contains cleaning agents, the better. After wiping
equipment down, allow it to air dry. Oxygen helps
maintain the stainless steel passive film.
Mechanical abrasion
Deposits and water
Chlorides
Mechanical abrasion refers to items that will
scratch a steel surface. Steel pads, wire brushes
and scrapers are prime examples.
Water comes out of the faucet in varying degrees
of hardness. Hard water may leave spots. When
allowed to sit, these deposits will break down the
passive chromium layer and rust stainless steel.
Other deposits from food preparation must be
promptly removed with an appropriate cleaning
agent.
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Cleaning Cabinet Interior/Exterior
Cleaning the Condenser
NEVER use hydrochloric
acid (muriatic acid) on
stainless steel. Do not use abrasive cleansers
or cloths on any interior or exterior surfaces
or removable parts.
The condenser (located behind front grille cover)
should be cleaned every three (3) months. Use
a soft bristle brush and vacuum to remove the
dust and lint.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Glass panels may be cleaned using any standard
glass cleaner available on the market.
Av o i d d a m a g i n g o r
crushing the condenser
fins or tubing.
To clean interior and exterior non-metallic surfaces
and removable parts, wash with a mild solution of
soap and lukewarm water with a little baking soda.
Rinse and dry thoroughly. Avoid getting water on
the lights, controllers, fan motors and unfinished
wood wine rack faces.
Recommended Cleaners for Specific Situations
Job
Cleaning Agent
Comments
Routine cleaning
Soap, ammonia, detergent
Apply with sponge or soft cloth.
Fingerprints and smears
Areal 20, Lac-O-Nu, Lumin Wash,
O-Cedar Cream Polish
Provides barrier film to minimize fingerprints. Can be used on all finishes. Rub
the surface with a cloth as directed on
the package.
Stubborn stains and discolorations
AllChem Concentrated Cleaner, Samae, Apply with a damp sponge or cloth, then
Twinkle, Cameo Copper Cleaners, Grade rinse with clear water and wipe dry.
FFF Italian Pumice Whiting, Steel Bright,
Lumin Cleaner, Zud Restoro, Sta-Clean,
Highlite Cooper’s Stainless Steel Cleaner
or Revere Stainless Steel Cleaner
Old Dutch, Lighthouse Sunbrite, For these household cleaners, rub with
Wyandotte Bab-O, gold Dust, Sapollo, a damp cloth. They may contain chlorine
Bon Ami or Comet
bleaches so rinse thoroughly after use
and wipe dry.
Liquid NuSteel or Dubois Temp
Heat tint or heavy discoloration
For these products, rub the surface with
a dry cloth using only a small amount of
cleanser. Rinse with water and dry.
Penny-Brite, Copper Brite, Paste Rub onto surface with a dry cloth.
Nu-Steel, Dubois Temp or Tarnite
Bar Keepers Friend, Revere Stainless When using these cleaners, apply with a
Steel Cleaner, Allen Polish, Steel Bright damp sponge or cloth, rinse thoroughly
Wyandotte Bab-O or Zud
and wipe dry.
Tenacious deposits, rust, discoloration,
industrial atmospheric stains
Oakite No. 33 Dilac, Texo NY, Flash- Swab and soak with a clean cloth. Let
Klenz Caddy Cleaner, Turco Scale 4368 stand for 15 minutes or more according
or Permag 57
to directions on package, then rinse and
wipe dry.
Rust discoloration or corrosion caused
by cleaning agents containing hydrochloric (muriatic) acid or chlorine bleach
3M ScotchBrite pad, type A, grade “fine” Clean off the surface soil using cleaning
methods above. Then rub discolored or
corroded areas lightly with a dry pad.
Use of property names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner and does not constitute an endorsement. Omission of any proprietary
cleaner does not imply its inadequacy. All products should be used in strict accordance with instructions on the package.
NOTE: Do not use steel wool or scouring pads to clean stainless steel.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before Calling For Service
If the unit appears to be malfunctioning, read through the Operation section in this manual first. If the
problem persists, check this troubleshooting section to see if you can refer to the cause and remedy of
the problem and resolve it without a service call.
DANGER
Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the unit until the main electrical
power to the unit has been disconnected!
Problem
No interior light.
Cause
Solution
- Bulb is loose.
- Tighten bulb.
- Bulb is burnt out.
- Replace bulb.
- LED board is inoperable.
- Contact Perlick Technical Service at
800-558-5592.
Light stays on when door is
closed.
- Manual switch is on.
- Turn manual switch off.
- Door is not making contact with the
door switch.
- Make sure the door closes tightly.
Noisy operation.
- Soft sounds from compressor, fan
motor and valves heard.
- Normal operation.
- “Crackling” sound during defrost.
- Normal operation.
LED Controller display is flashing
“P1”.
- Thermostat probe has failed.
- Contact Perlick Technical Service at
800-558-5592.
LED Controller display is flashing
“P2”.
- Evaporator probe has failed.
- Contact Perlick Technical Service at
800-558-5592.
LED Controller display is flashing
“HA”.
- Internal compartment has exceeded
the high temperature alarm preset
value for over 30 minutes.
- Make sure the door is completely closed.
- Check the door gasket seal. Replace it if
necessary.
- Check the condenser and clean it if
necessary.
- Make sure the louvered plate is
unobstructed. If surrounding ambient
temperature has recently changed
dramatically, the compartment temperature
may be affected.
- Make sure the interior light is off.
- Warm product was recently placed in the
cabinet. Wait 24 hours for the product to chill
and then recheck the temperature.
LED Controller display is flashing
“LA”
- Internal compartment has exceeded
the low temperature alarm preset value
for over 30 minutes.
- Make sure the door is completely closed.
- Check the door gasket seal. Replace it if
necessary.
- If the surrounding ambient temperature
has recently changed dramatically, the
compartment temperature may be affected.
Unit is not running.
- No power is going to the unit.
- Home circuit breaker was tripped. Reset the
circuit breaker.
- ON/OFF keypad is off. Turn it on.
- Check Dual-Zone Master Power Switch
(See page 3).
- Condenser is dirty.
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- Clean the condenser.
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Problem
Compartments are warmer than
usual.
Cause
Solution
- Control preset is set to warm.
- Lower the setpoint temperature. Refer to
changing the setpoint for the specific model.
- Light is staying on.
- Turn the manual light switch off.
- Condenser is dirty or obstructed.
- Clean the condenser and clear obstruction.
- The door is open or has been opened
more frequently lately.
- Wait 24 hours and recheck the temperature.
- Internal louvers and/or the fan guard
is obstructed.
- Reset the preset temperature if necessary refer to page 4 of this guide.
- Make sure the louvers and/or the fan are
not obstructed.
System runs for a long period of
time.
Condensation forms inside the
compartments.
Condensation forms on the
outside of the unit.
- Warm product was recently placed in
the cabinet.
- Wait 24 hours for product to chill, then
recheck the temperature.
- Condenser is dirty or obstructed.
- Clean the condenser and clear obstruction.
- Door was kept open for a long time or
was opened more frequently, or warm
product was recently placed in the
cabinet.
- Wait 24 hours and recheck temperature.
- Hot day and warm room temperature.
- Normal for the system to run more
frequently.
- High humidity and/or frequent door
opening.
- Normal operation.
- Door not closing and sealing properly.
- Make sure the door is closing properly.
Check the door seal and replace it if
necessary.
- High humidity and/or frequent door
opening.
- Door is not closing and sealing
properly.
- Normal operation.
- Make sure the door is closing properly.
Check the door seal and replace it if
necessary.
- If condensation persists, contact Perlick
Technical Service at 800-558-5592.
For Product Information
For Replacement Parts and Accessories
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Contact your selling dealer.
Inquire via the web at www.perlick.com.
Call 800-558-5592 for factory assistance on
planning installation or product information.
Write to Perlick Corporation, Customer
Service Department, 8300 West Good Hope
Road, Milwaukee, WI 53223.
Email us at warrantyserv@perlick.com.
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For Product Service
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Check the model and serial number of your
unit located on the label attached to the inside
top of the cabinet.
Inquire via the web at www.perlick.com, or call
800-558-5592.
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Use only genuine Perlick replacement parts
and accessories. Genuine Perlick parts and
accessories are designed to work correctly
with Perlick products and offer superior
service life. The use of non-Perlick parts can
damage the unit and may void the warranty.
Check the model and serial number of your
unit located on the label attached to the inside
top of the cabinet. Call your Perlick Factory
Authorized Service Center.
Inquire via the web at www.perlick.com, or call
800-558-5592.
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RESIDENTIAL PRODUCTS WARRANTY
PERLICK RESIDENTIAL REFRIGERATION PRODUCTS LIMITED WARRANTY
(excludes H50IM Clear Ice Makers)
ENTIRE PRODUCT - Full Three Year Warranty:
For three (3) years from date of original purchase, Perlick Corporation’s warranty
covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any part of the product that proves to
be defective in material and workmanship.
You must register your product within 90 days of purchase to receive the Full
Three Year Warranty. Without registration, you will receive the standard Full Two
Year Warranty with the additional Third through Sixth Year Limited Parts Only
Warranty.
ADDITIONAL - Fourth through Sixth Year Limited Parts Only Warranty:
During the three (3) years following expiration of the Three Year Warranty*, Perlick will supply replacement parts only
for the hermetically sealed refrigeration system which consists of the compressor, condenser, drier, connecting tubing,
evaporator and hot gas bypass valve.
TERMS:
The Perlick Warranty applies to products installed in the 50 United States, the District of Columbia or the 10 provinces of
Canada.
All service provided by Perlick Corporation under the above warranty must be performed by authorized Perlick service
representatives, unless otherwise specified by Perlick.
Service will be provided in the home during normal business hours.
This warranty applies only to products installed for normal residential use. It does not include adjusting the controls, door
reversal, replacing the light bulb or cleaning the condenser.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of the Perlick product.
The above warranty does not apply if:
• Failure of product was due to transportation.
• Product was: improperly installed, misused, abused, operating with low voltage, wired not conforming to electrical
codes, improperly maintained or modified.
• The original Bill of Sale, delivery date or serial number cannot be verified.
• Defective parts are not returned for inspection if so required by the Perlick Corporation.
To receive parts and or service and the name of the nearest Perlick authorized service representative, contact your Perlick
dealer, distributor or Perlick Corporation’s Customer Service Department: 8300 West Good Hope Road, Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, 53223; call 800-558-5592, email us at warrantyserv@perlick.com , or visit our web site,
www.bringperlickhome.com.
This limited warranty is in lieu of any other warranty, expressed 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 above. Perlick
Corporation’s sole liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty are set forth in the initial paragraph above.
Perlick Corporation 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 causes whatsoever, whether based on warranty (expressed
or implied) or otherwise based on contract, tort or any other theory of liability.
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