True Residential | TR-30FRZ-R-SS-A | Installation guide | True Residential TR-30FRZ-R-SS-A Installation guide

TRUE RESIDENTIAL ®
TR-30
I N S TA L L AT I O N / U S E R G U I D E
PRESERVE THE MOMENT®
INDE X
OWNERSHIP, S AFE T Y PRECAUTIONS, DISP O S AL OF OL D REFRIGER ATOR, CFC DISP O S AL
1-2
SITE PREPAR ATION, EL ECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
3-6
PL AN V IE W S
7-11
ANTI -TIP BR ACK E T INSTAL L ATION, L E V ELING THE UNIT
12-15
BA SIC EL ECTRONIC C ONTROL OPER ATIONS REFRIGER ATOR AND FREE ZER
16 -2 2
BA SIC EL ECTRONIC C ONTROL OPER ATIONS DUAL ZONE
2 3 -2 9
SHELVING, REFRIGER ATOR STOR AGE, FREE ZER STOR AGE, REMOVING THE D O ORS,
K ICK PL ATE INSTAL L ATION
30-32
STAINL ES S STEEL EQUIPMENT CARE & CL E ANING, GENER AL MAINTENANCE, C ONDENS ATION,
DATA TAG, WARR ANT Y STATEMENT, C ONTACT US
33-36
NOTE:
A S W E S T R I V E F O R C O N T I N U O U S I M P R O V E M E N T S , F E AT U R E S A N D S P E C I F I C AT I O N S A R E S U B J E C T T O C H A N G E W I T H O U T N O T I C E .
30 INCH REFRIG ER ATOR , FREEZER & DUAL ZONE COLUMN
30” REFRIGERATOR
COLUMN
30” REFRIGERATOR
COLUMN
30” FREEZER
COLUMN
STAINLESS SOLID DOOR
STAINLESS GLASS DOOR
STAINLESS SOLID DOOR
30” DUAL ZONE
WINE COLUMN
STAINLESS GLASS DOOR
Commercial refrigeration refined for the home, envied in the industry,
and crafted—gorgeously—in America.
1-2
Ownership
Safety Precautions
Disposal
of the
O ld Refrig er ator
CFC D i s p o s a l
PRESERVE THE MOMENT®
30 INCH COLUMNS
1
OWNERSHIP
T O IN SUR E T H AT YOUR UNI T WO R K S P R OP ER LY
F R OM T HE F IR S T D AY, I T MU S T BE IN S TA L L ED
P R OP ER LY.
NO T E: W E HIGHLY R EC OMMEND A T R A INED
R EF R IG ER AT ION MECH A NIC A ND EL EC T R ICI A N
IN S TA L L YOUR T RUE R E SID EN T I A L ® C A BINE T.
T HE C O S T O F A P R O F E S SION A L IN S TA L L AT ION
I S MONE Y W EL L SP EN T.
Before you start to install your True Residential ®
Cabinet, carefully inspect it for freight damage. If
damage is discovered, immediately file a claim with
the delivery freight carrier. True is not responsible for
damage incurred during shipment.
NO T E: W E S T R ONG LY R EC OMMEND T H AT A N Y
SER V ICING BE P ER F O R MED BY A QUA L IF IED
INDI V IDUA L .
PROPER DISP OSAL OF THE OLD
REFRIG ER ATOR
Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems
of the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are
still dangerous...Even if they will sit for “just a few
days”. If you are getting rid of your old refrigerator,
please follow the instructions below to help prevent
accidents.
BEF O R E YOU T HR O W AWAY YOUR O L D
R EF R IG ER AT O R O R F R EE Z ER :
• Take off the doors.
Any questions about the installation please
contact your True dealer or True Technical Service
Department at 844-746-9423. Please have your
model and serial numbers available when you call our
Service Department.
• Leave the shelves in place so that children may
not easily climb inside.
SAFE T Y PREC AUTIONS
• This refrigerator must be properly installed and
located in accordance with the installation
instructions before it is used.
• Do not allow children to climb, stand or hang
on the shelves in the refrigerator. They could
seriously injure themselves or damage the
refrigerator.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
• Keep hands away from the “pinch point” areas
(gaps between the doors and between the doors
and cabinet). Small areas are not necessarily safe.
• Unplug the refrigerator before cleaning and
making repairs.
• Setting temperature control to OFF only removes
power from the refrigeration system, it does not
remove power from other circuits. For example,
temperature control and lights.
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CFC DISP OSAL
Your old refrigerator may have a cooling system that
used CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons). CFCs are believed
to harm stratospheric ozone. If you are throwing away
your old refrigerator, make sure the CFC refrigerant
is removed for proper disposal by a qualified service.
If you intentionally release this CFC refrigerant you
can be subject to fines and imprisonment under
provisions of the environment legislation.
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S ite Prepar ation
Electrical Requirements
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SITE PREPAR ATION
• Rough Opening dimensions. (See figure 1)
• For FLUSH installations the front face of the unit will be flush with the surrounding cabinets. (See figure 2)
• For PROUD (Standard) installations, the front face of the unit will extend beyond cabinets. (See figure 3)
TR-30
FLUSH OPENING DIMENSIONS
PROUD OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width
Depth
Height
Width
Depth
Height
30 1/4"
25 25/32"
84 1/4"
29 3/4"
23 25/32"
84"
TR-30REF-R-SG-A
* B E C A U S E O F T H E W E I G H T O F T H I S U N I T, I T I S R E C O M M E N D E D T O C O N S U LT A F L O O R I N G E X P E R T P R I O R T O I N S TA L L AT I O N . T H E
R
F L O O R I N G B E N E AT H T H E U N I T S H O U L D B E R AT E D T O S U P P O R T AT L E A S T 15 0 P O U N D S P E R S Q U A R E F O O T.
FRONT VIEW
FIGURE 1 - ROUG H OPENING
& ELEC TRIC AL ARE A
TOP VIEW
FIGURE 2 - FLUSH INS TALL
Electrical located
in this area.
8"
(204 mm)
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
2"
(51 mm)
841/4"
(2140 mm)
FLUSH
INSTALL
R
84"
(2134 mm)
PROUD
INSTALL
77"
(1956 mm)
TOP VIEW
FIGURE 3 - PROUD INS TALL
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
293/4" PROUD
(756 mm) INSTALL
301/4" FLUSH
(769 mm) INSTALL
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N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
135°
TOP VIEW
29 9/16"
751mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
23 25/32"
604mm
20 11/16"
525mm
8"
mm
3 15/16"
100mm
23 25/32"
604mm
55 1/4"
1403mm
90°
135°
R
FRONT VIEW
30"
762mm
90°
55 1/4"
1403mm
2 9/16"
65mm
30"
762mm
31 15/32"
799mm
2 9/16"
65mm
29 15/32"
748mm
67 29/32"
1725mm
DOOR67 29/32"
HEIGHT1725mm
DOOR
HEIGHT
TR
29 15/32"
748mm
R
29 9/16"
751mm
31 15/32"
799mm
SIDE VIEW
30 15/32"
774mm
30 15/32"
27 29/32"
774mm
709mm
27 29/32"
25 25/32"
709mm
655mm
25 25/32"
655mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
23 25/32"
604mm
23
6
72 5/8"
1845mm
72 5/8"
1845mm
3 15/16"
100mm
3 15/16"
100mm
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
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ELEC TRIC AL REQUIREMENT S
For all built-in models, the electrical supply should be located within the shaded area shown in
the illustration. Follow the National Electrical Code and local codes and ordinances when installing
the receptacle. A separate circuit, servicing only this appliance is required. A ground fault circuit
interrupter (GFCI) is not recommended and may cause interruption of operation.
• P OW ER SUP P LY 115 V A C, 6 0 H Z
• CIR CUI T BR E A K ER 15 A MP
• R ECEP TA CL E 3 - P R ONG G R OUNDING -T Y P E
NO T E S:
• T HE OU T L E T MU S T BE CHECK ED BY A QUA L IF IED EL EC T R ICI A N T O BE
SUR E T H AT I T I S W IR ED W I T H T HE C O R R EC T P O L A R I T Y.
• V ER IF Y T H AT T HE OU T L E T I S P R OP ER LY G R OUND ED.
FRONT VIEW
ROUG H OPENING &
ELEC TRIC AL ARE A
Electrical located
in this area.
8"
(204 mm)
2"
(51 mm)
841/4"
(2140 mm)
FLUSH
INSTALL
84"
(2134 mm)
PROUD
INSTALL
77"
(1956 mm)
293/4" PROUD
(756 mm) INSTALL
301/4" FLUSH
(769 mm) INSTALL
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7 - 11
Pl an Views
TR - 3 0 / TR - 4 2
TR - 3 0 / TR - 4 8
TR - 3 0 / TR - 3 0
TR - 3 0 / TR - 3 0 / TR - 3 0
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TR-30 / TR-42
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
FLUSH OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
72¼"
25 25/32"
Height
84 1/4"
PROUD OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
71¾"
FLUSH VS . PROUD INS TALL
23 25/32"
Height
84"
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
TR-42,30DZW
R
ROUG H OPENING & ELEC TRIC AL ARE A
30 1/8"
7" TYP
2"
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
TR-42,30DZW
R
77"
84"
PROUD
INSTALL
84 1/4"
FLUSH
INSTALL
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
TR-42,30DZW
R
71 3/4" PROUD INSTALL
72 1/4" FLUSH INSTALL
30 15/32"
774mm
PL AN VIEW
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
2 9/16"
65mm
72 1/32"
1829mm
25 25/32"
655mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
3 15/16"
100mm
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27 29/32"
709mm
TR-30 / TR-48
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
FLUSH OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
78¼"
25 25/32"
Height
84 1/4"
PROUD OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
77¾"
FLUSH VS . PROUD INS TALL
23 25/32"
Height
84"
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
TR-48,30D
R
ROUG H OPENING & ELEC TRIC AL ARE A
30 1/8"
7" TYP
2"
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
TR-48,30DZW
R
77"
84"
PROUD
INSTALL
84 1/4"
FLUSH
INSTALL
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
TR-48,30DZ
R
77 3/4" PROUD INSTALL
78 1/4" FLUSH INSTALL
PL AN VIEW
30 15/32"
774mm
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
2 9/16"
65mm
78 1/32"
1982mm
27 29/32"
709mm
25 25/32"
655mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
3 15/16"
100mm
30 INCH COLUMNS
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TR-30 / TR-30
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
FLUSH
OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
60¼"
Height
25 25/32"
84 1/4"
PROUD OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
59¾"
FLUSH VS . PROUD INS TALL
23 25/32"
Height
84"
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
R
TR-30REF,30DZW
ROUG H OPENING & ELEC TRIC AL ARE A
30 1/8"
7" TYP
2"
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
TR-30REF,30DZW
R
77"
84"
PROUD
INSTALL
84 1/4"
FLUSH
INSTALL
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
TR-30REF,30DZW
R
59 3/4" PROUD INSTALL
60 1/4" FLUSH INSTALL
PL AN VIEW
30 15/32"
774mm
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
2 9/16"
65mm
60 1/32"
1525mm
25 25/32"
655mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
3 15/16"
100mm
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27 29/32"
709mm
TR-30REF,30FRZ,30DZW
R
TR-30 / TR-30 / TR-30
FLUSH OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
90¼"
25 25/32"
Height
84 1/4"
PROUD OPENING DIMENSIONS
Width Depth
89 3/4"
23 25/32"
FLUSH VS . PROUD INS TALL
Height
84"
ROUG H OPENING & ELEC TRICTR-30REF,30DZW
AL ARE A
R
30 1/8"
30 1/8"
7" TYP
2"
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
TR-30REF,30FRZ,30DZW
R
77"
84"
PROUD
INSTALL
84 1/4"
FLUSH
INSTALL
23 25/32"
604mm
PROUD INSTALL
TR-30REF,30FRZ,30DZ
89 3/4" PROUD INSTALL
90 1/4" FLUSH INSTALL
R
25 25/32"
655mm
FLUSH INSTALL
PL AN VIEW
30 15/32"
774mm
2 9/16"
65mm
90 1/32"
2287mm
27 29/32"
709mm
25 25/32"
655mm
83 15/16"
2132mm
3 15/16"
100mm
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12 - 15
A n t i -t i p B r a c k e t I n s ta l l at i o n
Leveling
the
Unit
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987036
TRUE RESIDENTIAL REFRIGERATION
5.19.17 AL
UPRIG HT ANTI-TIP BR ACKE T INS TALL ATION
2. Using the bracket as a guide, drill pilot holes into the
wall/floor. It is recommended to secure the bracket
ANTI-TIP BR ACKE T KIT:
• One (1) anti-tip bracket (Figure 1.1)
• Four (4) masonry 3/16” screws
• Eight (8) wood #12 – 2” screws
to as many floor joists and wall studs as possible.
• Twelve (12) 1/4” washers
FOR ALL FULL SIZE RESIDENTIAL MODELS, THE ANTITIP BRACKET ENGAGES WITH THE REAR LEVELING
LEGS TO SECURE THE UNIT. FOLLOW THESE STEPS
TO SECURE THE BRACKET BEFORE MOVING THE
UNIT INTO FINAL OPERATING POSITION.
3. Using the provided screws and washers, secure the
bracket to the wall/floor. Adjust the rear rollers to
just above their lowest position and move the unit to
its final position. Raise the rear rollers a minimum
of 1/8” to engage the bracket.
FIGURE 1.1 - ANTI-TIP BRACKET
1. Determine final location of the unit. For a FLUSH
install, measure back 24-31/32” (Dimension A)
from the surrounding cabinetry. For a PROUD
install, measure back 22-31/32” (Dimension B)
from the surrounding cabinetry. For either type of
install, place the anti-tip bracket centered in the
rough opening.
TR-30REF-R-SG-A
R
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
30 INCH UNIT
9 9/32"
236mm
9 9/32"
236mm
CL
22 31/32"
583mm
PROUD INSTALL
CL
24 31/32"
634mm
FLUSH INSTALL
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Anti-Tip Kit Install TR-42SBS-SS-B
R
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
42 INCH UNIT
20 25/32"
528mm
9 9/32"
236mm
CL
CL
9 9/32"
236mm
CL
22 31/32"
583mm
PROUD INSTALL
24 31/32"
634mm
FLUSH INSTALL
Anti-Tip Kit Install TR-48SBS-SS-B
R
N O T E : D I M E N S I O N S M AY VA R Y B Y ± 1 / 8 ”
48 INCH UNIT
23 25/32"
604mm
9 9/32"
236mm
9 9/32"
236mm
CL
24 31/32"
634mm
FLUSH INSTALL
CL
CL
22 31/32"
583mm
PROUD INSTALL
NO T E S :
• DUE T O T HE W EIGH T O F UNI T S, I T I S R EC OMMEND ED T O C ON SULT A F L O O R ING E X P ER T
P R IO R T O IN S TA L L AT ION. T HE F L O O R ING BENE AT H T HE UNI T SHOUL D BE R AT ED T O SUP P O R T
AT L E A S T 15 0 P OUND S P ER SQUA R E F O O T.
• EIGH T ( 8 ) ¼ -2 0 X 1" L A G B O LT S SECUR ING T HE UNI T T O T HE SK ID DUR ING SHIP P ING M AY
A L SO BE U SED ON T HE IN S TA L L AT ION O F T HE A N T I -T IP BR A CK E T.
!
WA R NING
T IP O V E R H A Z A R D
A child or adult could tip the refrigerator resulting in property damage or bodily harm. Follow these instructions
to properly install the anti-tip device. If the unit is moved, verify the device is properly engaged before normal
usage of unit commences.
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LE VELING THE UNIT
It is very important that the refrigerator sits level. This will insure that the doors will align and seal properly
and that the drain pans will not spill over.
TO LE VEL THE UNIT:
STEP 1. Place a level on the interior floor. Check and adjust so the unit is level from front to back, and left
to right.
STEP 2. Adjust the front legs using a set of pliers or a wrench.
STEP 3. Adjust the rear using a 7/16" socket and ratchet. Turn clockwise to raise the rear of the unit.
REAR LEG
ADJUSTMENT
FRONT LEG
ADJUSTMENT
L EG A D JU S T MEN T S
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16 - 22
Ba sic Elec tronic Control O per ations
Refrig er ator
and
Freezer
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BA SIC ELEC TRONIC CONTROL OPER ATIONS
UNIT ON/OFF
All units are shipped in ON Mode. When electricity is supplied to the appliance, a short power up diagnostics
test is initiated followed by one audible beep, the lights energizing and temperature readings appearing in the
LCD.
HOME S CR EEN ON / O F F
OFF
38°F
38°F
(2 sec)
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
OFF
P L E A SE NO T E T H AT T HOUGH P O S SIBL E T O DI SP L AY T EMP ER AT UR E S IN FA HR ENHEI T O R
CEL SIU S, IN MO S T C A SE S FA HR ENHEI T R E A DING S A R E SHO W N IN T HI S M A NUA L .
30 INCH COLUMNS
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TEMPER ATURE ADJUS TMENT
To adjust set-point, press DOWN or UP key on control panel in multiple key strokes until the desired set-point
is achieved. Each key stroke equals a one degree change and is accompanied by an audible beep. When the
desired set-point is reached wait 5 seconds until display resumes “HOME” screen.
NO T E S:
• T HE T EMP ER AT UR E R A NG E IN A F R EE Z ER Z ONE I S - 4°F (-2 0 °C) T O + 4°F (-16°C).
• T HE T EMP ER AT UR E R A NG E IN A R EF R IG ER AT O R Z ONE I S + 3 4°F (+1°C) T O + 4 2 °F (+ 6°C).
• INI T I A L FA C T O RY SE T- P OIN T S A R E 0 °F (-18°C) IN A F R EE Z ER Z ONE A ND 3 8°F (3°C) IN A
R EF R IG ER AT O R Z ONE .
• T HE INI T I A L S T R O K E O F T HE UP O R D O W N K E Y W IL L CH A NG E T HE P R E V IOU S SE T- P OIN T BY
ONE D EG R EE .
SE T P OIN T N AV IG AT ION
38°F
MODE
OR
38°F
No Action
(5 sec)
R EF R IG ER AT O R 3 8 º F / F R EE Z ER 0 º F
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LIGHT
ALARM
REFRIGERATOR
38°F
MODE NAVIG ATION
The following pages illustrate unique customer input operations performed at the control panel. The input
operations described are: HOLIDAY MODE, TEMPERATURE UNIT SELECTION MODE AND VACATION MODE.
NO T E S: ( HO L IDAY MO D E )
• SE T- P OIN T S C A NNO T BE CH A NG ED A ND M A NUA L D EF R O S T C A NNO T BE INI T I AT ED.
• T HE F O L L OW ING HO L D S T RUE IN A C C O R D A NCE W I T H S TA R- K R EQUIR EMEN T S:
- Freezer defrosting functions will convert to a fixed time base sequence.
- The compartment/zone thermistors will still detect cut-in and cut-out, which is the determining factor to
start/stop the cooling process, but there will be a random sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) second delay
before cooling begins/ends.
- The phrase “HOLIDAY MODE ACTIVE” in the LCD remains energized when the door is closed.
MO D E N AV IG AT ION
38°F
38°F
MODE
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
SERVICE REPORT
EXIT
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
MODE
HOLIDAY MODE ACTIVE
PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
MODE
TEMPERATURE IS
FAHRENHEIT
PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
MODE
VACATION MODE ACTIVE
MODE ENDS ON NEXT DOOR
OPENING
SERVICE REPORT
EXIT
MODE
NO SERVICE REQUIRED
SERVICE REPORT
EXIT
Return from
Service Screen
MODE
38°F
Back to Home
Screen
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ACCENT LIG HTING SYS TEM
All models are equipped with an accent lighting system in the refrigerator and or freezer compartment(s).
To energize the accent lighting system, press the LIGHT key, and navigate to the corresponding compartment,
DOOR or ON will appear in the LCD indicating the accent lights are enabled. With the accent lighting system
ON, the LED’s will be energized and stay illuminated when the door is closed, in the DOOR position the lighting
system will only be energized with the door opening.
NO T E:
• W HEN L IGH T S A R E P L A CED IN “ ON ” MO D E , L IGH T S W IL L NO T FA D E- UP W HEN D O O R OP EN S.
L IGH T N AV IG AT ION
38°F
38°F
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
LIGHT
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
LIGHT
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
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MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
LIGHT MODE ON
BACKLIGHT ON
LIGHT
Screen
38°F
AL ARM NAVIG ATION (DOOR A JAR AL ARM FE ATURE ON/OFF)
All Residential Series units are equipped with a door ajar alarm feature. To enable the door ajar alarm, press
the ALARM key on the control panel and “DOOR ALARM IS ON” will appear in the LCD indicating the alarm is
enabled. With the alarm enabled, the notification icons will appear and an audible alarm will beep continuously
whenever a door is left open for more than 5 minutes. To disable the door ajar alarm, press the ALARM key
again and “DOOR ALARM IS OFF” will appear in the LCD.
A L A R M N AV IG AT ION
38°F
*TO STOP ALARM BUZZER PRESS
refrigerator
door ajar*
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
ALARM
38°F
DOOR ALARM IS ON
EXIT
DOOR ALARM IS OFF
EXIT
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
DOOR ALARM IS ON
EXIT
DOOR ALARM IS OFF
EXIT
38°F
Screen
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NOTIFIC ATION ALERT S
The diagrams on these pages illustrate what a customer may see in the LCD if the appliance needs attention.
NO T IF IC AT ION A L ER T S
38°F
38°F
•defrost
•high
temp
•showroom
mode
•communication
•service
•door
22
error
required
alarm
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MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
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Ba sic Elec tronic Control O per ations
Dual Zone
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BA SIC ELEC TRONIC CONTROL OPER ATIONS
UNIT ON/OFF
All units are shipped in ON Mode. When electricity is supplied to the appliance, a short power up diagnostics
test is initiated followed by one audible beep, the lights energizing and temperature readings appearing in the
LCD.
HOME S CR EEN ON / O F F
OFF
ZONE
55°F
ZONE
45°F
55°F
45°F
(2 sec)
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
OFF
P L E A SE NO T E T H AT T HOUGH P O S SIBL E T O DI SP L AY T EMP ER AT UR E S IN FA HR ENHEI T O R
CEL SIU S, IN MO S T C A SE S FA HR ENHEI T R E A DING S A R E SHO W N IN T HI S M A NUA L .
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TEMPER ATURE ADJUS TMENT
To adjust set-point, press the ZONE button to highlight the zone for adjustment. Once the zone is highlighted,
press DOWN or UP key on the control panel in multiple key strokes until the desired set-point is achieved. Each
key stroke equals a one degree change and is accompanied by an audible beep. When the desired set-point is
reached, press the ZONE button to return to “HOME” screen.
NO T E S:
• T HE T EMP ER AT UR E R A NG E S F R OM 4 0 °F (4 . 4°C) T O 6 5°F (18 . 3°C) IN EI T HER SEC T ION O F
T HE UNI T
• INI T I A L FA C T O RY SE T- P OIN T S A R E 5 5°F (12.7°C) IN T HE UP P ER Z ONE A ND 4 5°F ( 7. 2 °C) IN
T HE L O W ER Z ONE .
• T HE INI T I A L S T R O K E O F T HE UP O R D O W N K E Y W IL L CH A NG E T HE P R E V IOU S SE T- P OIN T BY
ONE D EG R EE .
SE T P OIN T N AV IG AT ION
55°F
ZONE
MODE
45°F
ZONE 1 UPPER
ZONE
ALARM
ZONE 2 LOWER
ZONE
55°F
ZONE
LIGHT
45°F
ZONE 1 UPPER
MODE
55°F
LIGHT
ALARM
ZONE 1 UPPER
OR
55°F
55°F
ZONE
45°F
UP P ER Z ONE 5 5 º F / L O W ER Z ONE 4 5 º F
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MODE NAVIG ATION
The following pages illustrate unique customer input operations performed at the control panel. The input
operations described are: HOLIDAY MODE, TEMPERATURE UNIT SELECTION MODE AND VACATION MODE.
NO T E S: ( HO L IDAY MO D E )
• SE T- P OIN T S C A NNO T BE CH A NG ED A ND M A NUA L D EF R O S T C A NNO T BE INI T I AT ED.
• T HE F O L L OW ING HO L D S T RUE IN A C C O R D A NCE W I T H S TA R- K R EQUIR EMEN T S:
- Freezer defrosting functions will convert to a fixed time base sequence.
- The compartment/zone thermistors will still detect cut-in and cut-out, which is the determining factor to
start/stop the cooling process, but there will be a random sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) second delay
before cooling begins/ends.
- The phrase “HOLIDAY MODE ACTIVE” in the LCD remains energized when the door is closed.
MO D E N AV IG AT ION
55°F
ZONE
45°F
55°F
45°F
MODE
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
SERVICE REPORT
EXIT
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
MODE
HOLIDAY MODE ACTIVE
PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
MODE
TEMPERATURE IS
FAHRENHEIT
PRESS ANY KEY TO EXIT
HOLIDAY MODE
TEMPERATURE ºF
VACATION MODE
MODE
VACATION MODE ACTIVE
MODE ENDS ON NEXT DOOR
OPENING
SERVICE REPORT
EXIT
MODE
NO SERVICE REQUIRED
SERVICE REPORT
EXIT
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Return from
Service Screen
MODE
Back to Home
Screen
55°F
45°F
ACCENT LIG HTING SYS TEM
All models are equipped with an accent lighting system in the refrigerator and or freezer compartment(s).
To change the accent lighting color, press the LIGHT key once until you see “CHANGE COLOR” press the
LIGHT button once again to start
. Press the “LIGHT” button once again to lock in your desired
color.
DOOR or ON will appear in the LCD indicating the accent lights are enabled. With the accent lighting system
ON, the LED’s will be energized and stay illuminated when the door is closed, in the DOOR position the lighting
system will only be energized with the door opening.
COLOR CHANG E
To change colors of the LED’s, press the light button once until you see “CHANGE COLOR”. Press the “LIGHT”
button once and release to start cycling through
. Press the “LIGHT” button again to hold the color
option you desire.
L IGH T N AV IG AT ION
55°F
ZONE
45°F
55°F
45°F
CHANGE COLOR
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
CHANGE COLOR
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
CHANGE COLOR
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
CHANGE COLOR
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
LIGHT
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
CHANGE COLOR
LIGHT MODE DOOR
BACKLIGHT DOOR
EXIT
LIGHT
LIGHT
ON
LIGHT
ON
LIGHT
Back to Home
Screen
55°F
45°F
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AL ARM NAVIG ATION (DOOR A JAR AL ARM FE ATURE ON/OFF)
All Residential Series units are equipped with a door ajar alarm feature. To enable the door ajar alarm, press
the ALARM key on the control panel and “DOOR ALARM IS ON” will appear in the LCD indicating the alarm is
enabled. With the alarm enabled, the notification icons will appear and an audible alarm will beep continuously
whenever a door is left open for more than 5 minutes. To disable the door ajar alarm, press the ALARM key
again and “DOOR ALARM IS OFF” will appear in the LCD.
A L A R M N AV IG AT ION
55°F
ZONE
*TO STOP ALARM BUZZER PRESS
45°F
refrigerator
door ajar*
DOOR ALARM IS ON
EXIT
DOOR ALARM IS OFF
EXIT
45°F
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
Back to Home
Screen
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LIGHT
ALARM
ALARM
55°F
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MODE
DOOR ALARM IS ON
EXIT
DOOR ALARM IS OFF
EXIT
55°F
45°F
NOTIFIC ATION ALERT S
The diagrams on these pages illustrate what a customer may see in the LCD if the appliance needs attention.
NO T IF IC AT ION A L ER T S
55°F
ZONE
45°F
MODE
LIGHT
ALARM
55°F
45°F
•defrost
•high
temp
•showroom
mode
•communication
•service
error
required
•door
alarm
•zone
1 upper high temp
•zone
2 lower high temp
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S h elv i n g
Refrig er ator Stor ag e
Free zer Stor ag e
R e m ov i n g
the
D oo r s
Kick Pl ate Ins tall ation
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SHELVING
All shelving and door bins come packaged inside the unit.
REFRIG ER ATOR S TOR AG E
G L A S S SHELV E S
Remove the top foam piece holding the glass shelves. Carefully remove shelves and set aside. Remove all other
packing material. To install, insert glass shelf into the shelf standards on the back wall, with the front tilted
upward, and then lower the front until it stops. To remove or adjust a glass shelf, tilt up, and then lift up and out.
D O O R BIN S
FINAL GLASS SHELF INSTALLATION
The door bins are located in the bottom drawer of the refrigerator. To install, push tabs into the slots in the door
and slide downward unit it stops. To remove or adjust a door bin, lift up and away from door back.
NO T E: BE C AU T IOU S O F P L A CING TA L L I T EM S IN T OP D O O R BIN, A S I T EM S MIGH T IN T ER F ER E
W I T H UI C ON T R O L PA NEL .
D R AW ER S
FINAL DOOR BIN INSTALLATION
To remove a drawer, pull drawer forward until it stops. Use a Phillips screw driver to remove the two (2) screws
securing the drawer to the slides, then lift the drawer up and out of unit. To reinstall, pull drawer slides all the
way forward on unit, and then slide the drawer onto the slides until the hook on the back of the slide is over top
of the drawer, reinstall the screws using the Phillips screw driver.
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FREEZER S TOR AG E
W IR E SHELV E S
Remove the top foam piece holding the wire shelves. Carefully remove shelves and set aside. Remove all other
packing material. To install, insert wire shelf into the shelf standards on the back wall, with the front tilted upward,
and then lower the front until it stops. To remove or adjust a wire shelf, tilt up, and then lift up and out.
FINAL WIRE SHELF INSTALLATION
W IR E B A SK E T S
To remove a basket, pull drawer forward until it stops. Use a Phillips screw driver to remove the two (2) screws
securing the basket to the slides, then lift the basket up and out of unit. To reinstall, pull drawer slides all the way
forward on unit, and then slide the basket onto the slides until the hook on the back of the slide is over top of the
rails, reinstall the screws using the Phillips screw driver.
REMOVING THE DOORS
Open the top louver grill. With the door open at 90 degrees, lift the door straight up and out of the hinges.
To re-install, hold the door 90 degrees to the opening and align hinge posts to the hinges. Lower the door into place.
KICK PL ATE INS TALL ATION
The kick plate is shipped with the unit but not attached to allow access to level the unit. Once the unit is level,
the kick plate attaches to the front, bottom of the unit with magnets located on the left and right.
KICK PLATE
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KICK PLATE MAGNETS
INSTALLED KICK PLATE
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Stainle ss Steel Equipment C are
and
Cleaning
General Maintenance
Condensation
D a t a Ta g
Contac t Us
Warr ant y Statement
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S TAINLE SS S TEEL EQUIPMENT C ARE AND CLE ANING
C AU T ION: D O NO T U SE A N Y S T EEL WO O L ,
A BR A SI V E O R CHL O R INE B A SED P R O DUC T S T O
CL E A N S TA INL E S S S T EEL SUR FA CE S.
STAINLESS STEEL OPPONENTS
There are three basic things which can break down
your stainless steel’s passivity layer and allow
corrosion to rear its ugly head.
1. Scratches from wire brushes, scrapers, and steel
pads are just a few examples of items that can be
abrasive to stainless steel’s surface.
2. Deposits left on your stainless steel can leave
spots. You may have hard or soft water depending
on what part of the country you live in. Hard water
can leave spots. Hard water that is heated can
leave deposits if left to sit too long. These deposits
can cause the passive layer to break down and
rust your stainless steel.
All deposits left from food prep or service should
be removed as soon as possible.
3. Chlorides are present in table salt, food, and
water. Household and industrial cleaners are the
worst type of chlorides
to use.
RECOMMENDED CLEANERS FOR CERTAIN SITUATIONS /
ENVIRONMENTS OF STAINLESS STEEL
A. Soap, ammonia and detergent medallion applied
with a cloth or sponge can be used for routine
cleaning.
B. Arcal 20, Lac-O-Nu Ecoshine applied provides
barrier film for fingerprints and smears.
C. Cameo, Talc, Zud First Impression is applied by
rubbing in the direction of the polished lines for
stubborn stains and discoloring.
D. Easy-off and De-Grease It oven aid are excellent
for removals on all finishes for grease-fatty acids,
blood and burnt-on foods.
E. Any good commercial detergent can be applied
with a sponge or cloth to remove grease and oil.
F.
Benefit, Super Sheen, Sheila Shine are good for
restoration / passivation.
NO T E: T HE U SE O F S TA INL E S S S T EEL
CL E A NER S O R O T HER SUCH S O LV EN T S I S NO T
R EC OMMEND ED ON P L A S T IC PA R T S. WA R M
S O A P A ND WAT ER W IL L SUF F ICE .
8 STEPS THAT CAN HELP PREVENT RUST ON STAINLESS STEEL:
1. USING THE CORRECT CLEANING TOOLS
Use non-abrasive tools when cleaning your stainless steel
products. The stainless steel’s passive layer will not be
harmed by soft cloths and plastic scouring pads. Step 2
tells you how to find the polishing marks.
2. CLEANING ALONG THE POLISH LINES
Polishing lines or “grain” are visible on some stainless
steels. Always scrub parallel to visible lines on some
stainless steels. Use a plastic scouring pad or soft cloth
when you cannot see the grain.
3. USE ALKALINE, ALKALINE CHLORINATED OR NONCHLORIDE 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 your cleaner’s
chloride content contact your cleaner supplier. If they
tell you that your present cleaner contains chlorides,
ask if they have an alternative. Avoid cleaners containing
quaternary salts as they can attack stainless steel, causing
pitting and rusting.
4. WATER TREATMENT
To reduce deposits, soften the hard water when possible.
Installation of certain filters can remove corrosive and
distasteful elements. Salts in a properly maintained water
softener can be to your advantage. Contact a treatment
specialist if you are not sure of the proper water
treatment.
5. MAINTAINING THE CLEANLINESS OF YOUR FOOD
EQUIPMENT
Use cleaners at the recommended strength (alkaline
chlorinated or non-chloride). Avoid build-up of hard
stains by cleaning frequently. When boiling water with
your stainless steel equipment, the single most likely cause
of damage is chlorides in the water. Heating any cleaners
containing chlorides will have the same damaging effects.
6. RINSE
When using chlorinated cleaners you must rinse and wipe
dry immediately. It is better to wipe standing cleaning
agents and water as soon as possible. Allow the stainless
steel equipment to air dry. Oxygen helps maintain the
passivity film on stainless steel.
7. HYDROCHLORIC ACID (MURIATIC ACID) SHOULD NEVER
BE USED ON STAINLESS STEEL
8. REGULARLY RESTORE/PASSIVATE STAINLESS STEEL
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G ENER AL M AINTENANCE
Keeping the condenser coil clean will minimize required service and lower electrical cost. The condenser coil is
accessible from the front. The condenser coil should be cleaned by removing dust and other build-up from the
tube assembly with vacuum or a cleaning rag. When properly cleaned you should be able to see through the tube
assembly. Warranty does not cover cleaning the condenser coil.
CONDENSATION
Leaving the door open for a long period of time or a unit that is running with little to no product inside may also
cause excessive condensation.
DATA TAG
Please have your serial # on hand so we can better assist you. The serial# is a 7-digit number located on the left
hand side wall by the pull out wire basket in freezers, and the upper drawer in refrigerators.
STEP 1. Open the top drawer and lift the glass shelf up and or out of the unit.
STEP 2. Locate the serial # and model # off the tag for all service/parts
related correspondence.
CONTAC T US
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Phone: 888-616-8783
www.true-residential.com
WARRANTY DEPARTMENT
Phone: 844-849-6179
trueresidentialwarranty@truemfg.com
SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Phone: 844-746-9423
service@truemfg.com
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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT
LIMITED 30 DAY COSMETIC WARRANTY
Stainless steel doors, handles, and shelves are warranted to be free from defective materials or workmanship for a period of thirty (30)
days from the date of original retail purchase. Any defects must be reported to the selling dealer within thirty (30) days from the date of
original retail purchase. This limited warranty excludes any type of freight / concealed damage.
THREE-YEAR PARTS & LABOR WARRANTY *For units purchased after Feb 1, 2013.
TRUE warrants to the original purchaser of every new TRUE refrigerated unit, the cabinet and all parts thereof, to be free from defects in
material or workmanship under normal and proper use and maintenance as specified by TRUE and upon proper installation and start-up
in accordance with the instruction packet supplied with each TRUE unit. TRUE’s obligation under this warranty is limited to a period of
three (3) years from the date of original installation or thirty nine (39) months after shipment date from TRUE, whichever occurs first.
SIX-YEAR SEALED SYSTEM WARRANTY - PARTS & LABOR *For units purchased after Feb 1, 2013.
TRUE warrants its hermetically sealed system: compressor, evaporator coil, condenser coil, drier, metering device and connecting tubing
to be free from defects in both material and workmanship under normal and proper use and maintenance service for a period of six (6)
years from the date of original installation but not to exceed six (6) years and three (3) months after shipment from the manufacturer,
whichever occurs first.
SEVEN THROUGH TWELVE-YEAR SEALED SYSTEM WARRANTY - PARTS ONLY *For units shipped from True after Feb 1, 2017
and REGISTERED via True’s Product Registration Page – TRUE warrants its hermetically sealed system: compressor, evaporator coil,
condenser coil, drier, metering device and connecting tubing to be free from defects in both material and workmanship under normal
and proper use and maintenance service period of Twelve (12) years from the date of original installation but not to exceed twelve (12)
years and three (3) months after shipment from the manufacturer, whichever occurs first. Product must be registered with True to qualify
for this warranty. Factory seconds and clear Ice machines are excluded from this warranty.
TERMS APPLICABLE TO EACH WARRANTY
Any part covered under the above warranties that is determined by TRUE to have been defective within the time frame is limited to the
repair or replacement, including labor charges, of defective parts or assemblies. The labor warranty shall include standard straight time
labor charges only and reasonable travel time, as determined by TRUE.
WARRANTY CLAIMS
All claims for labor or parts must be made directly through TRUE. All claims should include: model number and serial number of
cabinet, proof of purchase, and date of installation. In case of warranted compressor, the compressor model tag must be returned to
TRUE along with the above listed information.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY
TRUE’s sole obligation under this warranty is limited to either repair or replacement of parts, subject to the additional limitations below.
This warranty neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume obligations other than those expressly covered by this warranty.
NO CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. TRUE is not responsible for economic loss, profit loss; or special, indirect or consequential
damages, including without limitation, losses or damages arising from food or product spoilage claims whether or not on account or
refrigeration failure.
WARRANTY IS NOT TRANSFERABLE. This warranty is not assignable and applies only in favor of the original purchaser/user to whom
delivered. Any such assignment or transfer shall void the warranties herein made and shall void all warranties, express or implied,
including any warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
IMPROPER USAGE. TRUE assumes no liability for parts or labor coverage for component failure or other damages resulting from
improper usage or installation or failure to clean and/or maintain product as set forth in the warranty packet provided with the unit.
ALTERATION OR NEGLECT. TRUE is not responsible for the repair or replacement of any parts that TRUE determines have been
subjected after the date of manufacture to alteration, neglect, abuse, misuse, accident, damage during transit or installation, fire, flood,
or act of God.
IMPROPER ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. TRUE is not responsible for the repair or replacement of failed or damaged components
resulting from electrical power failure, high or low voltage, use of extension cords, or improper grounding of the unit.
YOUR RIGHTS UNDER STATE LAW.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights that vary from state to state. Some states do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of consequential damages or a limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusion or
limitation may not apply to you.
OUTSIDE U.S./CANADA. This warranty does not apply to, and TRUE is not responsible for, any warranty claims made on products sold
or used outside the United States or Canada.
SUBMIT WARRANTY CLAIMS TO: True Residential
2001 East Terra Lane
O’Fallon MO 63366
TrueResidentialWarranty@truemfg.com
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