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Use and Care Guide
All Models
HP15
HP24
HP48
HC24
HA24
HH24
15” Signature Series
24” Signature Series
48” Signature Series
C-Series
ADA-Compliant Series
Shallow-Depth Series
Form No. Z2344
Rev. 09.22.2014
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table of contents
Warranty Information ..................................................................2
Outdoor Model Start-Up/Winterizing................................7
Safety Information..........................................................................4
LED/Light Bulb Replacement..................................................7
Operation.............................................................................................4
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning.........................................8
Digital Temperature Control.....................................................4
Product/Replacement Part Information............................9
Dial Temperature Control...........................................................6
Troubleshooting...............................................................................10
Congratulations
Congratulations on your purchase of a Perlick high quality
residential refrigeration product. Perlick’s innovative
product offering gives you the opportunity to enjoy the
functionality and user friendliness in just about any room of
your home, including kitchens, bedrooms, entertainment
rooms, basements and even bathrooms.
Perlick Residential products warranty
All Perlick products are built with commercial grade
stainless steel, providing you with the beauty and durability
for a lifetime of use. This installation guide will show you
how to properly install your new perlick product.
We dedicate considerable time to ensure that our products
provide the highest level of customer satisfaction. If,
however, service is required, call Perlick at 800.558.5592.
For your own protection, never return merchandise for
credit without our approval.
We thank you again for selecting a high quality Perlick
product. We hope you enjoy using it.
Model Number: _________________________________
Serial Number: __________________________________
Purchase Date: __________________________________
Dealer Name/Address:
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WARRANTY:
Perlick Corporation (“Perlick”) warrants to the original retail
purchaser that during the Basic Warranty Period, Perlick’s
products will be free from free from defects in material and
workmanship, and during the Extended Warranty Period,
the hermetically sealed refrigeration system contained in
Perlick’s undercounter refrigerator will be free from defects
in material and workmanship. This system consists entirely
of the compressor, condenser, drier, connecting tubing,
evaporator and hot gas bypass valve.
The Basic Warranty Period is as follows:
• For a new product or floor display model, other than
the H50IM Clear Ice Maker: The three (3) year period
commencing on the date of purchase by the original
retail purchaser, except that the Basic Warranty Period
will be the two (2) year period commencing on the
date of purchase by the original retail purchaser if the
purchase of the product is not registered with Perlick
within ninety (90) days of purchase in the manner
described below.
• For the H50IM Clear Ice Maker or a factory second (B-Stock)
product: The one (1) year period commencing on the
date of purchase by the original retail purchaser.
The Extended Warranty Period applies only to the
hermetically sealed refrigeration system contained
in Perlick’s undercounter refrigerators. The Extended
Warranty Period is the portion of the six (6) year period
commencing on the date of purchase by the original retail
purchaser that is not covered by the Basic Warranty Period.
US
IMPORTANT!
Read and understand all information in this manual before attempting the 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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REMEDY:
Perlick will provide the parts and labor necessary to repair
or replace (at Perlick’s option) any parts proven to be
defective in material or workmanship during the Basic
Warranty Period. Perlick will provide the replacement parts,
but not the labor, for any parts of the hermetically sealed
refrigeration system proven to be defective in materials
or workmanship during the Extended Warranty Period.
The cost of freight to ship the replacement parts will be
paid by Perlick. Replacement parts are warranted for the
remainder of the original warranty period, or ninety (90)
days, whichever is longer.
This Warranty does not apply to:
• Damage to Products occurring during transportation.
• Products that are used in a manner that is not normal
residential or light commercial use.
• Products that are: improperly installed; misused or
abused; operated with low voltage; wired in a manner
not conforming to electrical codes; not properly
operated in accordance with Perlick’s instructions; not
cleaned or maintained in accordance with Perlick’s
instructions; modified; or damaged by lightning or
other acts of nature.
• Consumable items such as light bulbs.
REGISTRATION:
• Cosmetic damage.
Your Perlick product can be registered via the online
Warranty Registration form at http://www.perlick.
com/residential-products/service-support/warrantyregistration/.
• Adjustments to controls, door reversal, cleaning the
condenser or other routine maintenance.
• Products for which the original proof of purchase,
delivery date or serial number cannot be verified.
OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Products for which the defective parts are not returned
for inspection if requested by Perlick.
This Warranty applies only to products installed in the fifty
states of the United States, the District of Columbia and the
ten provinces of Canada.
• Damage to other property caused by the products,
including but not limited to loss of food due to spoilage
and damage caused by water leakage.
To obtain the warranty coverage described in this Warranty,
Perlick or its authorized distributor or dealer must receive
written notice of the warranty claim within the applicable
warranty period. To receive parts and/or service and
the name and telephone number of the nearest Perlick
authorized service representative, please contact your
Perlick dealer or distributor, or Perlick’s Customer Service
Department by writing to it at Perlick Corporation, Attn:
Customer Service Department, 8300 West Good Hope
Road, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223; or by calling Perlick’s
Customer Service Department at 800-558-5592; or by
e-mailing Perlick’s Customer Service Department at
warrantyserv@perlick.com. In addition, you can notify
Perlick of a warranty claim by visiting Perlick’s website at
http://www.perlick.com/residential-products/servicesupport/ and filling out and submitting the Technical
Service Request form that appears there.
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.
All service provided by Perlick under this Warranty must be
performed by Perlick’s authorized service representatives,
unless otherwise specified by Perlick in writing. Service will
be provided during normal business hours.
This Warranty applies only to the original retail purchaser of
the Perlick product, and may not be assigned or transferred.
PERLICK’S SOLE LIABILITY AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE SET FORTH IN THE PARAGRAPH
ENTITLED “REMEDY” SET FORTH ABOVE.
PERLICK 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 (EXPRESS OR IMPLIED) OR
OTHERWISE BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER
THEORY OF LIABILITY. IN NO EVENT SHALL PERLICK’S
LIABILITY WITH RESPECT TO A PRODUCT EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitations and
exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights,
which vary from state to state.
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safety
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.
DANGER
Indicates a hazard that WILL result in serious injury or
death if precautions are not followed.
WARNING
Indicates a hazard MAY cause serious injury or death if
precautions are not followed.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazard where minor injury or product
damage may occur if precautions are not followed.
OPERATION
loading product
Before storing perishables, turn unit on and allow it to
operate for a minimum of 24 hours to allow temperatures
to stabilize.
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.
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 following procedures:
DIGITAL TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Signature Series Models
MASTER SWITCH
Signature Series 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.
Interior light
Door units are equipped with an interior light that
illuminate when the door is opened. The cabinet also
comes equipped with a manual light switch for displaying
the products through a glass door. For Signature Series
(HP) models, it is located in front of the control cradle. For
C-Series (HC), ADA-Compliant (HA) and Shallow-Depth
(HH) models, this is located on the back wall left of the
light.
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,
and cause the refrigeration system to run harder.
Figure 1. Digital Temperature Controller
Perlick Signature Series, C-Series, Shallow-Depth Series
and ADA Compliant freezer units come standard with
state-of-the-art digital control. Please note there are two
sets of instructions; one for 24” Signature Series Dual-Zone
models, and another set for 15”, 24” Single-Zone, and
48” Signature Series, C-Series, Shallow-Depth and ADAComplient Freezer models.
Programming Button Definitions:
SET button
DEFROST button (melting snowflake)
UP arrow
DOWN arrow
ON/OFF button
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Signature Series Dual-Zone Control Instructions
Upper Compartment:
To view the upper compartment temperature, press and
release the DEFROST button (melting snowflake).
Lower Compartment (Must be coldest zone):
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.
Press SET again; the display will read St2. Press SET
again and the UPPER compartment temperature will be
displayed.
Changing the Lower Compartment Temperature:
1. Press and hold the SET button until the display shows
St1 with”F” flashing.
2. Press SET again to display the upper compartment’s
current temperature (“F” will continue to flash).
3. Use the UP or DOWN arrow key to scroll to the desired
temperature. The controller will memorize the new
temperature.
Changing the Upper Compartment Temperature:
1. Press and hold the SET button until the display shows
St1 with”F” flashing. Press the DOWN arrow once; the
display will read St2,
Signature Series 15”, 24” Single-Zone, and 48” , C-Series,
ADA Freezer, Shallow-Depth Control Instructions
To Set Target Temperature
Press and release the SET button. Display will show the
current temperature setpoint.
To Change Setpoint Temperature
1. Press and hold the SET button until the display shows
the current setpoint temperature with the “F” flashing.
2. Use the UP and DOWN arrow button to scroll to the
desired temperature.
To Start A Manual Defrost (Freezer Models Only)
Press the DEFROST button (melting sowflake)
To Set Maximum Stored 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.
On/Off
Press the ON/OFF button to turn the unit on or off.
Key Combinations:
2. Press SET again to display the upper compartment’s
current temperature (“F” will continue to flash).
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3. Use the UP or DOWN arrow key to scroll to the desired
temperature. The controller will memorize the new
temperature.
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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.
Signature Series – Dual-Zone Units
Model
Factory Temperature
Setpoint Lower/Upper
Range (F)
HP24D
51°F / 62°F
40° - 68° / 40° - 68°
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Press the UP and DOWN arrow
buttons to lock and unlock the
keyboard
Press the SET and DOWN arrow
buttons simultaneously to enter
programming mode.
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 chart on page 6 for the specified
range allowed for your unit.
Dual-Zone Temperature Scale
To change F to C, press and hold the down arrow for 3
seconds.
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Signature Series – HP15 Models
Model
Min Temp Set
Max Temp Set
Factory Temp
Setpoint
HP15R
30° F
42° F
38° F
HP15B
30° F
48° F
42° F
HP15W
40° F
68° F
45° F
HP15T
30° F
42° F
38° F
ON
Defrost is on
ON
Alarm is on
Flashing
You are in the process of
programming the unit
Signature Series – HP24 Models
Model
Min Temp Set
Max Temp Set
Factory Temp
Setpoint
HP24R
30° F
42° F
38° F
HP24F
-10° F
10° F
0° F
HP24B
30° F
48° F
42° F
HP24W
40° F
68° F
45° F
HP24T
30° F
42° F
38° F
DIAL TEMPERATURE CONTROL
ADA-Compliant Models
(Excludes ADA Freezer - HA24F models use digital controller
found on page 5)
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Min Temp Set
Max Temp Set
Factory Temp
Setpoint
HP48WO
40° F
68° F
45° F
HP48WW
40° F
68° F
45° F
Model
Min Temp Set
Max Temp Set
Factory Temp
Setpoint
C OO
Model
HC24R
30° F
42° F
38° F
30° F
48° F
42° F
HC24WB
40° F
68° F
55° F
ADA-Compliant Series
Model
Min Temp Set
Max Temp Set
Factory Temp
Setpoint
HA24FB
-10°
10
0° F
1
OFF
COLD
Figure 2. Dial Temperature Controller
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:
ADA-Compliant Series
Shallow-Depth Series
Model
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2
C-Series Models
HC24BB
5
3
R
Signature Series – HP48 Models
Min Temp Set
Max Temp Set
Factory Temp
Setpoint
Model
Factory Temp Setpoint
HA24RB
38° F
HH24RS
33°
42°
38°
HA24BB
42° F
HH24BS
33°
48°
42°
HA24WB
55° F
HH24WS
40°
65°
45°
LED Functions
The following table describes LED functions
LED
Mode
Function
ON
Compressor is on
Flashing
Anti-short cycle
delay is on
Adjust the temperature as follows:
Colder Temperature:
Turn the adjusting screw clockwise (to the right).
Warmer Temperature:
Turn the adjusting screw counterclockwise (to the left).
Temperature Control OFF:
Turn the adjusting screw completely counterclockwise to
the OFF position until a click is heard.
NOTE: The condenser fan motor turns off with the compressor.
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maintenance
seASONAL maintenance for ul-approved
outdoor models
Winterizing
This process should occur when the daily low
temperatures is at or below the temperatures stated
below:
Freezer models: 32° F
Refrigerator models: 38° F
Beverage Center: 42° F
Wine Reserve: 45° F
It is best to winterize your unit before the low
temperatures listed above.
1. Turn the unit to OFF position by pressing the OFF
button on the controller. The controller displays the
word “OFF” and, for Signature Series models, turn the
master switch located behind the grille off (if the 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 the circuit breaker.
2. Remove all contents from the unit.
3. Remove the front grille.
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.
6. Clean the interior of the unit using stainless steel cleaner
and polish (see page 9).
7. Clean the exterior of the unit using stainless steel
cleaner and polish (see page 9).
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.
CAUTION
Operating the unit at temperatures lower than those
recommended will void the warranty.
Spring Start-Up
This process should occur after the daily low temperatures
is below the temperatures stated below:
Freezer models: 32° F
Refrigerator models: 38° F
Beverage Center: 42° F
Wine Reserve: 45° F
1. Remove the grille.
2. Check the condensing unit to ensure it is clear of loose
debris, and clean as necessary with a vacuum cleaner.
3. Reattach front grille to the unit.
4. Clean the interior of the unit using stainless steel cleaner
and polish (see page 9).
5. Clean the exterior of the unit using stainless steel
cleaner and polish (see page 9).
6. Plug the unit into the electrical receptacle or turn on
the circuit breaker.
7. Turn on the master switch located behind the grille if
model is Signature Series. Press the OFF button one
time to turn the unit on. The controller display will show
the actual temperature inside the cabinet.
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.
DANGER
Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on
the unit until the main electrical power to the unit has
been disconnected!
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,
E-mail us at warrantyserv@perlick.com, or call
(800) 558-5592 during normal business hours.
Light bulb replacement (c-series,
ADA-Compliant & shallow-depth series)
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 part number is 67026.
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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.
Three materials or processes can break down stainless
steel’s passive layer and allow corrosion to occur:
• 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.
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.
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.
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.
Cleaning the Cabinet Interior/Exterior
CAUTION NEVER use hydrochloric acid
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.
(muriatic acid) on stainless steel.
Do not use abrasive cleansers or cloths on any interior
or exterior surfaces or removeable parts.
Chlorides are found nearly everywhere. They are in water,
food and table salt. Household and industrial cleaners are
the worst offenders.
To clean interior and exterior non-metallic surfaces and
removable parts, wash with 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.
Preventing Stainless Steel Rust
Use non-abrasive tools to clean stainless steel products.
Soft cloths and plastic scouring pads will not harm the
steel’s passive layer.
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.
Use alkaline, alkaline chlorinated or non-chloride
containing cleaners. While many traditional cleaners are
loaded with chlorides, the industry is providing an everincreasing choice of non-chloride cleaners. If you are
not sure of chloride content in the cleaner being used,
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Glass panels may be cleaned using any standard glass
cleaner available on the market.
Cleaning the Condenser
The condenser (located behind the front grille cover)
should be cleaned every three (3) months. Use a soft
bristle brush and vacuum to remove dust and lint.
CAUTION
Avoid damaging or crushing the condenser fins or
tubing.
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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,
Twinkle, Cameo Copper Cleaners, Grade FFF
Italian Pumice Whiting, Steel Bright, Lumin
Cleaner, Zud Restoro, Sta-Clean, Highlite
Cooper’s Stainless Steel Cleaner or Revere
Stainless Steel Cleaner
Apply with a damp sponge or cloth, then
rinse with clear water and wipe dry.
Old Dutch, Lighthouse Sunbrite, Wyandotte
Bab-O, Gold Dust, Sapollo, Bon Ami or Comet
For these household cleaners, rub with a
damp cloth. They may contain chlorine
bleaches so rinse thoroughly after use and
wipe dry.
Liquid NuSteel or Dubois Temp
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 Nu-Steel,
Dubois Temp or Tarnite
Rub onto surface with a dry cloth
Bar Keepers Friend, Revere Stainless Steel
Cleaner, Allen Polish, Steel Bright Wyandotte
Bab-O or Zud
When using these cleaners, apply with a
damp sponge or cloth, rinse thoroughly and
wipe dry.
Heat tint or heavy discoloration
Tenacious deposits, rust, discoloration,
industrial atmospheric stains
Oakite No. 33 Dilac, Texo NY, Flash-Klenz
Swab and soak with a clean cloth. Let
Caddy Cleaner, Turco Scale 4368 or Permag 57 stand for 15 minutes or more according to
directions on package, then rinse and wipe
dry.
Rust dicoloration or corrosion caused by
cleaning agents containing hydrochloric
(muriatic) acid or chlorine bleach
3M Scotch 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.
For Product Information
• 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
For Product Service
• Check the model and serial number of your unit
located on the label attached to the inside top of the
cabinet.
For Replacement Parts and Accessories
• 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.
• Inquire via the web at www.perlick.com, or call 800558-5592.
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troubleshooting
DANGER
If the unit appears to be malfunctioning, read through
the OPERATION section of 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.
Problem
No interior light
Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on
the unit until the main electrical power to the unit has
been disconnected!
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
Manual switch is on
• Turn manual switch off
Door is not making contact with the door
switch
• Makre sure the door closes tightly
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.
Light stays on when door switch is closed
Noisy operation
• Check the door gasket seal. Replace 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 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 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 turned off. Turn it on.
• If it is a Dual-Zone model, check the DualZone power switch (see page 4).
Condenser is dirty.
* Applies to Signature Series models only
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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 set point 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 5 and 6 of this guide.
• Make sure the louvers and/or the fan are
not obstructed.
System runs for a long period of time.
Warm product 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 the
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.
Condensation forms inside the compartments 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 if
necessary.
• If condensation persists, contact Perlick
Technical Service at 800-558-5592
perlick.com
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Quality & Innovation
that inspires
Form No. Z2344
Rev. 09.22.2014
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