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U-Line U-2224WCINT-60A User Guide and Service Manual
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RIGHT PRODUCT. RIGHT PLACE. RIGHT TEMPERATURE. SINCE 1962.
2000 Series
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24" Single Zone Wine Captain®
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Contents
Intro
Maintenance
Cleaning
Safety
Cleaning Condenser
Safety and Warning
Wine Rack Installation
Disposal and Recycling
Extended Non-Use
Installation
Service
Environmental Requirements
Troubleshooting
Electrical
Warranty
Cutout Dimensions
Product Dimensions
Service Extended
Side by Side Installation
Wire Diagram
Anti-Tip Bracket
Product Liability
General Installation
Warranty Claims
Integrated Panel Dimensions
Parts
Integrated Grille / Plinth Dimensions
Ordering Replacement Parts
Integrated Panel Installation
System Diagnosis Guide
Grille / Plinth Installation
Compressor Specifications
Door Swing
Troubleshooting Extended
Door Stop
Control Quick Guide
Door Adjust
Thermistor
Wood Trim Finishing
Defrost
Remove Fan and Cover
Operating Instructions
First Use
Control Operation
Sabbath Mode
Airflow and Product Loading
U-Line Wine Guide
Recommended Wine Storage
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Safety and Warning
! DANGER
NOTICE
This unit contains R600a (Isobutane) which is a
Please read all instructions before installing,
flammable hydrocarbon. It is safe for regular
operating, or servicing the appliance.
use. Do not use sharp objects to expedite
defrosting. Do not service without consulting the
Use this appliance for its intended purpose only and follow
these general precautions with those listed throughout this
guide:
SAFETY ALERT DEFINITIONS
Throughout this guide are safety items labeled with a
Danger, Warning or Caution based on the risk type:
“R600a specifications” section included in the
User Guide. Do not damage the refrigerant
circuit.
! WARNING
Service must be done by factory authorized
service personnel. Any parts shall be replaced
! DANGER
with like components. Failure to comply could
increase the risk of possible ignition due to
incorrect parts or improper service.
Danger means that failure to follow this safety
statement will result in severe personal injury or
death.
! WARNING
Warning means that failure to follow this safety
statement could result in serious personal injury
or death.
! CAUTION
Caution means that failure to follow this safety
statement may result in minor or moderate
personal injury, property or equipment damage.
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Disposal and Recycling
! DANGER
RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT. Before you throw
away your old refrigerator or freezer, take off
the doors and leave shelves in place so children
may not easily climb inside.
If the unit is being removed from service for disposal,
check and obey all federal, state and local regulations
regarding the disposal and recycling of refrigeration
appliances, and follow these steps completely:
1. Remove all consumable contents from the unit.
2. Unplug the electrical cord from its socket.
3. Remove the door(s)/drawer(s).
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Environmental Requirements
This model is intended for indoor/interior applications only
and is not to be used in installations that are open/
exposed to natural elements.
This unit is designed to operate between 50°F (10°C) and
100°F (38°C). Higher ambient temperatures may reduce
the unit’s ability to reach low temperatures and/or reduce
ice production on applicable models.
For best performance, keep the unit out of direct sunlight
and away from heat generating equipment.
In climates where high humidity and dew points are
present, condensation may appear on outside surfaces.
This is considered normal. The condensation will
evaporate when the humidity drops.
! CAUTION
Damages caused by ambient temperatures of
40°F (4°C) or below are not covered by the
warranty.
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Electrical
! WARNING
SHOCK HAZARD — Electrical Grounding
Required. Never attempt to repair or perform
maintenance on the unit until the electricity has
been disconnected.
Never remove the round grounding prong from
the plug and never use a two-prong grounding
adapter.
Altering, cutting or removing power cord,
removing power plug, or direct wiring can cause
serious injury, fire, loss of property and/or life,
and will void the warranty.
Never use an extension cord to connect power to
the unit.
Always keep your working area dry.
NOTICE
Electrical installation must observe all state and
local codes. This unit requires connection to a
grounded (three-prong), polarized receptacle
that has been placed by a qualified electrician.
The unit requires a grounded and polarized 115 VAC,
60 Hz, 15A power supply (normal household current). An
individual, properly grounded branch circuit or circuit
breaker is recommended. A GFCI (ground fault circuit
interrupter) is usually not required for fixed location
appliances and is not recommended for your unit because
it could be prone to nuisance tripping. However, be sure
to consult your local codes.
See CUTOUT DIMENSIONS for recommended receptacle
location.
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Cutout Dimensions
PREPARE SITE
Your U-Line product has been designed exclusively for a
built-in installation. When built-in, your unit does not
require additional air space for top, sides, or rear.
However, the front grille (plinth strip/base fascia) must
NOT be obstructed.
! CAUTION
Unit can NOT be installed behind a closed cabinet
door.
U-Line products are designed and manufactured
to be installed in the specified cutout openings
shown, and variance to the floors or cabinetry
must be accounted for in your installation.
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS
Preferred location
for electrical outlet
is in adjacent
5/8"
cabinet.
(16 mm)
33-7/8"
(860 mm)
to
34-7/8"
(886 mm)
24"
(610 mm)
7"
(178 mm)
4"
(102 mm)
23-3/4"
(605 mm)
Metric measurements rounded and optimized.
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Product Dimensions
Not Including Handle
23-7/16" (590 mm)
33-11/16" to
34-11/16"
(856 mm to
881 mm)
17-3/4"
(450 mm)
3-5/16"
(84 mm)
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Side-by-Side Installation
OTHER SITE REQUIREMENTS
Side-by-Side Installation
Hinge-by-Hinge Installation (Mullion)
When installing two units hinge-by-hinge, 13/16" (22 mm)
is required for integrated models. Additional space may be
needed for any knobs, pulls or handles installed.
Units must operate from separate, properly grounded
electrical receptacles placed according to each unit’s
electrical specifications requirements.
13/16" (22 mm)
Cutout width for a side-by-side installation is the total of
the widths listed under Cutout Dimensions in each unit’s
Installation Guide. Each door can be opened individually
(one at a time) without interference.
Stainless steel models which include the standard stainless
handle will require 4-9/16" (116 mm) to allow both doors
to open to 90° at the same time.
4-9/16" (116 mm)
However, to ensure unobstructed door swing (opening
both doors at the same time), 1/4" (6.4 mm) of space
needs to be maintained between the units.
1/4" (6 mm)
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Anti-Tip Bracket
SIDE MOUNT
Left Hinged Cabinet
Right Hinged Cabinet
! CAUTION
The anti-tip bracket must be installed to prevent
the unit from tipping when doors are fully
opened or excess weight is placed on the front of
the unit.
The anti-tip bracket has multiple mounting options.
Mounting will depend on your particular cabinet
configuration. Locate 3 #8x5/8" screws included with your
unit.
TOP MOUNT
Side mount position is used when you are unable to mount
the bracket to the underside of your countertop.
1. Remove the pre-installed anti-tip bracket from the top
mount position and align the bracket to the hinge side
of the unit as shown above.
2. Reinstall the 2 #8x5/8" screws into the plate using a
For ease of installation, the anti-tip bracket is pre-installed
#2 Phillips head screwdriver.
in the top mount position.
3. Completely slide the unit into its position in the
1. Completely slide the unit into its position in the
cabinet. Be certain unit height is properly adjusted.
cabinet. Be certain unit height is properly adjusted.
(See GENERAL INSTALLATION).
(See GENERAL INSTALLATION).
4. Open door completely. Make certain door clears
2. Open door completely. Make certain door clears
surrounding cabinetry.
surrounding cabinetry.
5. Using a 3/32" (2.50 mm) drill bit, drill 3 pilot holes 5/8"
3. Using a 3/32" (2.50 mm) drill bit, drill 3 pilot holes 5/8"
(16 mm) deep into bottom of counter top. Use the
(16 mm) deep into cabinetry frame using the anti-tip
bracket as a template.
anti-tip bracket as a template.
6. Install 3 #8x5/8" screws into the plate using a #2
4. Install 3 #8x5/8" screws into the plate using a
Phillips head screwdriver.
#2 Phillips head screwdriver.
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General Installation
INSTALLATION
1. Plug in the power/electrical cord.
LEVELING INFORMATION
1. Use a level to confirm
2. Gently push the unit into position. Be careful not to
the unit is level. Level
entangle the cord.
should be placed along
top edge and side
1
3. Re-check the leveling, from front to back and side to
edge as shown.
side. Make any necessary adjustments. The unit’s top
surface should be approximately 1/8" (3 mm) below
2. If the unit is not level,
the countertop.
remove grille and
adjust legs as
necessary.
2
4. Install the anti-tip bracket.
5. Remove the interior packing material and wipe out the
inside of the unit with a clean, water-dampened cloth.
Rotate Front and Back Legs to Adjust
3. Confirm the unit is level after each adjustment and
repeat the previous steps until the unit is level.
INSTALLATION TIP
If the room floor is higher than the floor in the cutout
opening, adjust the rear legs to achieve a total unit rear
height of 1/8" (3 mm) less than the opening’s rear height.
Shorten the unit height in the front by adjusting the front
legs. This allows the unit to be gently tipped into the
opening. Adjust the front legs to level the unit after it is
correctly positioned in the opening.
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Integrated Panel Dimensions
Integrated Panel Dimensions
Metric measurements rounded and optimized.
INTEGRATED PANEL
NOTICE
BACK SURFACE MUST HAVE AMPLE FLAT SURFACE
TO MOUNT OVERLAY PANEL FLAT AND WITHOUT
INTERFERENCE
3/4"
(20 mm)
23-1/2"
(595 mm)
Due to differences in surrounding cabinetry the
panel may not perfectly align with door. The
procedure below is designed to provide a
finished integrated panel that seamlessly
integrates with surrounding cabinetry.
Panel Preparation
A full integrated door panel completely covers the door
frame and provides a built-in appearance.
30"
(762 mm)
NOTICE
The door panel must not weigh more than 20 lbs
(10 kg).
It is important to ensure that all drilled holes are
drilled to the correct depth in order to avoid
splits in the wood when hardware is installed.
Integrated Panel
1. Cut the panels to the dimensions listed in the
appropriate diagram below.
2. Optional: Stain or finish panel to desired stain or color.
Be sure to closely follow the instructions provided by
the manufacturer.
3. Optional: Install handles and hardware.
NOTICE
When applying an integrated panel to a unit,
ensure that both sides are finished in order to
prevent warping. In some overlay panel/frame
installations, the panel may be visible through
the glass while the door is open.
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HANDLELESS INTEGRATED DOOR PANEL
3. Prepare the insert(s) that will back up the handleless
The following procedure is designed to provide a finished,
design. Wooden Insert – Cut 1/8" (3 mm) thick
handleless solid panel for a 24" (600 mm) door that
wooden insert(s) to the dimensions below.
seamlessly integrates with its surrounding cabinetry.
NOTE: Many cabinet manufacturers provide a ready
solution for a handleless, integrated design that can be
Wooden insert width
Wooden insert height
23-1/2" (595 mm)
3-1/2" (89 mm)
easily applied to your U-Line 3000 Series model. Consult
your cabinet manufacturer for applicable design and
installation details. The cabinet manufacturer’s solution to
Wooden Insert
this design and integration detail will often result in an
integrated panel solution wherein the size of the panel
may result in a height dimension taller than what we
Top Design
and Insert Notch
specify. This can be achieved provided the additional
height is positioned above the appliance door.
NOTICE
The integrated panel aligns with the surrounding
Main Panel
cabinetry and, due to differences in cabinetry,
may not align perfectly with the door.
The appliance will need up to 34-1/2" (876 mm)
to the underside of the counter to leave room for
leveling adjustments.
Integrated Panel
4. Optional: Stain or finish panel and wooden insert to
A single prepared overlay with insert must not
desired stain or color. Be sure to closely follow the
weigh more than 20 lbs (10 kg).
instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Integrated Panel Preparation
1. Cut the main panel to the appropriate dimensions
below. For details, see the drawings on the next page.
NOTICE
If finishing panel or wooden insert, all sides
must be finished to prevent warping.
Main panel width
Main panel height
5. Attach the insert to the panel. Wood glue or equivalent
23-1/2" (595 mm)
28-13/16" (732 mm)
adhesive should be used to attach insert to panel.
2. Create the top design for the handleless feature and
the 1/8" (3 mm) notch for the insert(s) indicated on
the Top Detail drawing.
Attach Wooden Insert
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Handleless Integrated Panel Dimensions
1/8"
(3 mm)
Top Design
1/4" (6 mm)
7/8" (22 mm)
Ref.
2-3/8"
(60 mm)
R 5/8"
(R16 mm)
23-1/2"
(595 mm)
2-3/4"
(70 mm)
Insert Notch
2-3/4"
(70 mm)
Wooden Insert
Notch Depth: 1/8" (3 mm)
Top Detail
28-13/16"
(732 mm)
3/4" (20 mm)
Wooden Insert Dimensions
23-1/2"
(595 mm)
1/8" (3 mm)
3-1/2" (89 mm)
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EXTENDED INTEGRATED PANEL
NOTICE
Due to differences in surrounding cabinetry the
panel may not perfectly align with door. The
procedure below is designed to provide a
finished panel that seamlessly integrates with
surrounding cabinetry.
Panel Preparation
An extended integrated panel can be used to maintain
alignment with an adjacent extended cabinet height or a
reduced toe-kick/grille application.
1. Cut the panels to the dimensions listed in the
appropriate diagram on the next page.
2. Optional: Stain or finish panel to desired stain or color.
Be sure to closely follow the instructions provided by
the manufacturer.
3. Optional: Install handles and hardware.
NOTICE
The door panel must not weigh more than 20 lbs
(10 kg).
It is important to ensure that all drilled holes are
drilled to the correct depth in order to avoid
splits in the wood when hardware is installed.
Appliance will need up to 34-1/2" (876 mm) to
the underside of the counter to leave room for
leveling adjustments.
When applying an integrated panel to a unit,
ensure that both sides are finished in order to
prevent warping. In some installations, the
panel may be visible through the glass while the
door is open.
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Front
Side
Integrated Panel/Integrated Frame
Integrated Panel
U-Line
Unit
Cabinet
U-Line
Unit
3-5/16" (89 mm)
to
4-5/16" (114 mm)
> 3-5/16"
(> 89 mm)
3-5/16" (89 mm)
to
4-5/16" (114 mm)
Floor
Front
Side
Extended Integrated Panel/Extended Integrated Frame
U-Line
Unit
Cabinet
* Panel can extend beyond the door
frame.
** A minimum of 1" (25 mm) from the
floor is required for proper
ventilation.
Integrated Panel
U-Line
Unit
*
3-5/16" (89 mm)
to
1" (25 mm)**
3-5/16" (89 mm)
to
1" (25 mm)**
Floor
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Extended Integrated Panel Dimensions
BACK SURFACE MUST HAVE AMPLE FLAT SURFACE
TO MOUNT OVERLAY PANEL FLAT AND WITHOUT
INTERFERENCE
3/4"
(20 mm)
23-1/2"
(595 mm)
32-7/8" 33-7/8"
(834 mm 860 mm)*
Integrated Panel
* A minimum of 1" (25 mm) is required from the
floor to the bottom of the extended integrated
panel/frame for proper ventilation.
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1. Use the dimensions provided in the diagram to cut and
3-5/16"
(84 mm)
PREPARE AND INSTALL INTEGRATED GRILLE
(PLINTH STRIP/BASE FASCIA)
INTEGRATED GRILLE (PLINTH STRIP/BASE
FASCIA) DIMENSIONS
1-9/16"
(40 mm)
Integrated Grille - Plinth
Dimensions
1" (25 mm)
shape your integrated grille (plinth strip/base fascia)
panel. Recommended panel thickness is between 1/4"
(6 mm) and 3/8" (9 mm).
2. Finish or stain your grille (plinth strip/base fascia)
panel to match your surrounding furniture. Finish
front, back and edges to prevent warping. Carefully
23-3/4"
(605 mm)
application and cure times.
20-5/8"
(525 mm)
follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for finish
3. Apply double sided tape to the backside of the
integrated grill (plinth strip/base fascia). Use the
diagram below for reference. U-Line recommends
3M™ VHB™ tape, a high strength bonding tape.
1-9/16"
40 mm)
Apply Tape To Shaded Area
4. Remove backing paper from double sided tape.
5. Carefully align grille (plinth strip/base fascia) over
integrated panel and press into position.
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Integrated Panel Installation
1. Fully open door.
NOTICE
It is important to ensure that all drilled holes are
drilled to the correct depth in order to avoid
splits in the wood when hardwood is installed.
2. Starting at corner, pull
gasket away from door.
8. Locate 6 of the #6x 1-1/2" (38 mm) screws provided
with your unit.
3. Continue to pull gasket
free from gasket channel.
9. Using a Phillips screwdriver, place one screw into each
4. Upon removal, lay gasket down on a flat surface.
5. Align top of panel with top edge of door. Center panel
on door. (For 3036/3090 models, align panel on the
hinge side-edge of door.)
of the 6 pilot holes and screw down. Do not overtighten
screws.
10.Ensure the screws sit flush against the bottom of the
channel.
NOTICE
Due to differences in floor construction or
surrounding cabinetry, the panel may not sit
flush with the top of the door.
6. Secure integrated
panel to door using
Integrated Panel
Integrated Panel
11.Remove clamps from door.
Bar
Clamp
clamps. A robust
NOTICE
tape may also be
used. U-Line
If panel requires additional adjustment after
recommends the
removing clamps, slightly loosen each screw and
use of bar clamps
to secure the panel
to the door. If using
tape, be certain the
adjust panel as necessary. Tighten screws upon
Door/Drawer
Wood
Panel
tape will not
fully seated.
upon removal.
(3 mm) drill bit, drill
12.Starting at the corners, re-install the gasket into the
gasket channel in the frame. Make sure the gasket is
damage panel finish
7. Using a 7/64"
completion.
Bar
Clamp
6 pilot holes into
the wood panel 1/2"
(12 mm) deep using
the holes in the door
frame as a guide.
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Grille - Plinth Installation
REMOVING AND INSTALLING GRILLE
(PLINTH STRIP/BASE FASCIA)
! WARNING
Disconnect electric power to the unit before
removing the grille (plinth strip/base fascia).
When using the unit, the grille (plinth strip/base
fascia) must be installed.
! WARNING
DO NOT touch the condenser fins. The condenser
fins are SHARP and can be easily damaged.
Removing the grille
(plinth strip/base fascia)
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
2. Loosen the two screws (1).
3. Remove grille (plinth strip/base fascia) (2) from unit.
Installing the grille
1. Align cabinet and grille holes and secure, but do not
over tighten grille (plinth strip/base fascia) screws (1).
2. Reconnect power to the unit.
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2
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Door Swing
For Integrated models that are installed adjacent to a wall,
Wall
1/4" (6 mm)
1/4" (6 mm) clearance is recommended from wall on
hinge side to allow the door to open 90°. Allow for
additional space for any knobs or pulls installed on the
integrated panel/frame.
Stainless Steel models that are installed adjacent to a wall
require 2-1/4" (57 mm) door clearance on hinge side to
allow for door handle.
Units have a zero clearance when installed adjacent to
cabinets.
90°
Door Swing
Space Required
For any Knobs or Pulls
Integrated
2-1/4" MIN
(57 mm MIN)
Wall
90°
Door Swing
Stainless
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Door Stop
3. Once cover is removed, slide hinge pin into hole as
shown. Pin should slide into place, stopping the door at
Your U-Line unit was shipped to you with the optional 90°
90°; if the pin does not go into the hole shown, hold
pin.
the door less than 90° open and try again.
Your unit’s door(s) will open 115° straight from the
factory. If you would like the door stop at 90° follow these
instructions.
NOTICE
If your unit is already undercounter, it will need
to be moved out to access the hinge. With the
90° stop pin in place, you will not be able to
replace the hinge cover.
1. Open door approximately 90°.
4. To fully seat the pin, tap it lightly with a hammer.
5. Carefully slide your unit back in place.
NOTICE
The pin can be removed to return the door swing
back to its original 115° swing by tapping the pin
out from the bottom of the hinge.
2. Remove hinge cover by lifting top and bottom of hinge
CLOSER
cover and sliding the cover inwards to remove from
The door hinge has a self-closing feature that engages
hinge.
when the door is open approximately 6" (150 mm) (about
25°).
1
3
2
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Door Adjustments
DOOR ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
Align and adjust the door if it is not level or is not sealing
properly. If the door is not sealed, the unit may not cool
T-25 Torx Screw
properly, or excessive frost or condensation may form in
the interior.
NOTICE
Properly aligned, the door’s gasket should be
firmly in contact with the cabinet all the way
T-25 Torx Screw
around the door (no gaps). Carefully examine
the door’s gasket to ensure that it is firmly in
contact with the cabinet. Also make sure the
door gasket is not pinched on the hinge side of
the door.
REVERSING THE DOOR
1. Open door.
! CAUTION
Do not attempt to use the door to raise or pivot
2. Remove top hinge cover by lifting top and bottom flaps
and slide inwards. Repeat on bottom hinge.
your unit. This would put excessive stress on the
hinge system.
Alignment and Adjustment Procedure
1. Open door and remove gasket near the hinges.
2. Using a T-25 Torx Bit, loosen each pair of Torx head
screws on both the upper and lower hinge plates.
3. Square and align door as necessary.
4. Tighten Torx head screws on hinge.
5. Reinstall gasket into the channel starting at the corner.
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3. Using T-25 Torx bit loosen screw #1 and remove screw
#2 on top and bottom hinge. Slide and remove the
door from unit. Completely remove screw #1 on top
and bottom.
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4. Remove caps from screw heads on opposite side (2 on
top and 2 on bottom). Using #2 Phillips bit remove the
4 underlying screws. Reinstall the screws and caps on
the opposite side.
5. Partially install screw #1 in the outer most holes on top
and bottom. Rotate door 180°, align hinge over screw
#1 and slide/seat into position. Reinstall screw #2 on
top and bottom. Tighten both screws and install hinge
cover.
Align and adjust the door:
Align and adjust the door (see DOOR ALIGNMENT AND
ADJUSTMENT).
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Wood Trim Finishing
The wine rack fronts are solid natural beech wood. They
are factory coated with a clear vinyl sealer, which will
sufficiently protect the wood in normal use.
You may coat the trim with stain and/or a final finish to
match surrounding cabinetry.
! CAUTION
You MUST remove the wood trim from the unit
for staining or finishing to prevent permanent
damage to the inner liner of the unit. Allow stain
or finish to dry thoroughly (at least 24 hours for
each coat) following the product manufacturer’s
instructions before reinstallation. Not following
this warning may cause the inner liner of the
unit to have a permanent odor, which the
warranty will not cover.
U-Line recommends Minwax® Brand Water Based Stains
and Minwax Polycrylic® Protective Finish.
NOTICE
Never use oil based stains or finishes.
On glass door models, the stain may appear
darker when viewed through the glass.
Follow the manufacturers instructions for the
stain and/or finish you select.
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First Use
All U-Line controls are preset at the factory. Initial startup
requires no adjustments.
NOTICE
U-Line recommends allowing the unit to run
overnight before loading with product.
When plugged in, the unit will begin operating under the
factory default settings. If the unit was turned off during
installation, simply press
and the unit will immediately
switch on. To turn the unit off, press
.
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Control Operation
Up Down
Not
Light Power Used LED
CONTROL FUNCTION GUIDE
FUNCTION
COMMAND
DISPLAY/OPTIONS
ON/OFF
Press
and release
Unit will immediately turn ON or OFF.
Press
and release to leave interior
Toggle lights
Adjust refrigerator set
light on for 3 hours
Press
or
and release
View temperature in unit
Press
and
together and release
Toggle between F/C
Hold
point
and
for 5 seconds
Glass door wine and beverage centers only.
When the “F” or “C” in the display is flashing, press
or
to adjust the set point temperature.
The display will flash and then toggle from set point
to temperature in unit.
The display will change units.
DOOR ALERT NOTIFICATION
When the door is left open for more than 5 minutes:
• An audible tone will sound for several seconds every
minute.
• “dr” will appear in display.
Close door to silence alert and reset.
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L
Sabbath Mode
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2
3
4
5
6
7
This unit is Star-K certified and offers a Sabbath mode.
Sabbath mode disables system responses to user initiated
activities and all external functions, including lighting,
display and audible alarms. The unit will still maintain
internal temperatures and set points. View a full list of
Star-K certified U-Line units at www.star-k.org.
To enable Sabbath Mode:
1. Press
(4) and hold for ten seconds and release (the
°F/°C symbol will flash briefly at the end of the ten
second period).
2. The interior light and control display (3) will go dark
until user resets mode.
3. NOTE: Although the display will not be visible, the
temperature controls in the unit remain active and
preserve the interior temperature.
Sabbath Mode remains active until
(4) is quickly
pressed and released.
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Airflow and Product Loading
NOTICE
The unit requires proper airflow to perform at its
highest efficiency. Do not block the front grille,
or the unit will not perform as expected. Do not
install the unit behind a door. When loading your
unit, leave space between the evaporator and
product loaded. Anything in direct contact with
the evaporator is subject to freezing.
When properly loaded, your U-Line unit will store up to 43
(750 ml) bottles of wine.
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U-Line Wine Guide
Guide To Common Styles Of Wine
LOOKING BEHIND THE LABEL
Red Wines
To most, wine is a delicious mystery. We purchase it,
Full-Bodied Dry
California
French
Italian
Zinfandel, Cabernet
Rhone, Chateauneuf-duPape Barbaresco, Barolo
Medium-Bodied Dry
California
French
Pinot Noir Bordeaux,
Burgundy
Light-Bodied Dry
French
Italian
Beaujolais Chianti,
Bardolino
Full-Bodied Dry
California
French
Chardonnay Montrachet,
Meursault PulignyMontrachet
Medium-Bodied Dry
California
French
Sauvignon-Blanc
Pouilly-Fuisse, Sancerre,
Vouvray, Graves
serving your wines.
Light-Bodied Dry
French
Chablis, Muscadet,
Pouilly-Fume
When selecting wines, keep an open mind and do not be
Full-Bodied, Very
Sweet
Germany
French
Hungary
Beerenauslese Sauternes
Tokay
so seriously it discourages you from learning and
Medium-Bodied,
Semi-Sweet
California
Germany
Gewurtztraminer
Liebfraumilch
discovering for fear of embarrassment if something is
Light-Bodied Off Dry
Germany
Rhine, Mosel, Riesling
uncork it, and savor its taste and beauty. But there is so
much more to true wine appreciation. Many secrets are
simply too good to keep bottled up.
WINE SELECTIONS SUGGESTIONS
Selecting the right wine for the right occasion can
White Wines
sometimes be a seemingly awkward or difficult task for
the beginning wine enthusiast. We would therefore like to
present you with a few suggestions which may provide a
little more confidence and enjoyment when choosing and
afraid to be adventurous. Do not view the subject of wine
incorrect. Wine is best viewed as a hobby and enjoyed.
When assembling your collection, try not to become
Matching Food and Wine
obsessed with “Vintages.” Although a chart can be a useful
Although there are no hard fast rules for matching wine to
tool, generalizations about a specific year have led more
food, observe some guidelines. Delicate dishes should be
than one collector to disappointment. Often an “Off Year”
accompanied by lighter more delicate wines. Full-flavored
will provide a better value and more drinking enjoyment.
foods should be matched with fuller-bodied wines.
The primary guideline to the subject of wine is your own
As a general rule, one should aim to ascend in flavor and
palate. Do not be afraid to make mistakes. Experiment,
quality of wines served.
discover, but most of all, enjoy yourself and your new ULine product.
Serve a:
Before a:
DRY wine
SWEET wine
WHITE wine
RED wine
YOUNG wine
OLD wine
LIGHT-BODIED wine
FULL-BODIED wine
Any step back in quality will be noticed. If a fine wine is
tasted prior to a lesser wine, many of the fine wine’s
subtle qualities may be missed.
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The Cork: A Mystery on Its Own
Common Food and Wine Matches
Cork Presentation. The ritual of the presentation of the
Foods
Wines
Fish, Shell Fish, Crab, Oysters
Dry White Wines, Light
Sparkling or Extra Dry
Champagne
late 1800’s. A phylloxera (root louse) devastation to the
Restaurateurs would remove labels on inferior wines and
cork has a rich and fascinating history dating back to the
vineyards severely limited the supply of great wines.
Beef, Venison
Full-Bodied Red Wines
Pork, Veal, Lamb and Poultry
Light-Bodied Red Wines
replace them with labels from superior wines. This made it
Fruit
Sweet White and Sparkling
Wines
necessary for patrons to protect themselves by checking
the branding on the cork to ensure that what they ordered
was, in fact, what they were served.
A Toast to Wine Truths
Like the grapes themselves, many wine myths have been
cultivated over the centuries.
When presented with a cork today, feel it to check for its
integrity, read and match the branding on the cork to the
bottle and set it aside. There is little to be learned from
Myth 1: Most wines taste better when aged.
the cork. The proof is in the wine.
Truth: In fact, less than 5% of wines produced today are
“Corked” wines. If you’ve ever had a wine that smelled or
meant to be aged. Most wines are crafted to be consumed
tasted of mold, you’ve experienced a wine that may have
within the first one to two years.
been “corked.” Today, between five and eight percent of
wines are tainted with Trichloroanisole (TCA). This
Myth 2: Wines should be uncorked and decanted allowing
them to “breathe.”
substance, found naturally in plants and trees, is imparted
to the wine through the cork. Corked wines are a major
concern for winemakers as it destroys millions of cases
per year and puts reputations at stake. Amazing as it may
Truth: To breathe or not breathe? While it is better to
seem twist-off caps may offer a better alternative and
allow a young tannic Red to breathe in a glass or decanter
many great wineries in California, Australia and New
to soften the tannins, an old Red reaches a stage in its life
Zealand are pioneering the trend.
where it should be enjoyed soon after opening. Allow an
old Red to breathe for a short time to dissipate any off
odors. Most white wines can be served, ideally, 10-15
minutes after opening.
Myth 3: When age worthy wines peak, they must be
consumed almost immediately.
Truth: Most great wines reach a plateau period rather
than a peak. Great Bordeaux’s may have as much as a
10-year plateau before fading.
Myth 4: Wine color does not change with aging.
Truth: As red wines age they get lighter in color while
whites get darker.
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Common Tasting Terms
Terminology
Description
Acidity
A critical element of wine that is responsible
for preserving the wines freshness. Excess
acidity results in an overly tart and sour
wine.
Balance
A desired trait where tannin, fruit and acidity
are in total harmony. Wines with good
balance tend to age gracefully.
Body
The weight and presence of wine in the
mouth provided by the alcohol and tannin
level. Full-bodied wines tend to have this
strong concentration.
Bouquet
The blending of a wine’s aroma within the
bottle over a period of time, caused by
volatile acidity.
Complex
A subjective term often used in tasting. A
wine is said to be complex if it offers a
variety of flavors and scents that continue to
evolve as it develops.
IDEAL WINE STORAGE CONSIDERATIONS
Temperature: The most important element about
storage temperature is stability. If wine is kept in a stable
environment between 40°F (7°C) and 65°F (21°C), it will
remain sound. A small 1-2 degree temperature fluctuation
within a stable environment is acceptable. Larger
temperature fluctuations can affect the corks ability to
seal, allowing the wine to “leak” from the bottle.
Humidity: The traditional view on humidity maintains
that wines should be stored on their sides in 50% - 80%
relative humidity to ensure cork moisture and proper fit in
the bottle. Contemporary wisdom suggests that the cork
surface is too small to be impacted by humidity. Further
the cork is sealed with a metal or wax capsule making
humidity penetration impossible. The concept of a humid
Flabby
A wine that lacks structure, or is heavy to
the taste, lacks acidity.
Full-Bodied
Wine high in alcohol and extract, generally
speaking, fills the mouth, powerful.
Lean
Generally describes wines that are slim,
lacking of generosity or thin.
evaporation and product loss. In fact, vineyards estimate
Oaky
A desirable flavor imparted to wine if done in
moderation. Most wines are aged in oak
barrels one to three years, thereby receiving
this toasty oak characteristic. However, if a
weak wine is left in contact too long with an
oak barrel it will tend to be overpowered with
an oaky taste.
evaporation while wine is aging in the wooden barrels.
Tannin
Tannins are extracted from the grape skins
and stems and are necessary for a wellbalanced red wine. Tannins are easily
identified in wine tasting as the drying
sensation over the gums. Tannins generally
fade as a wine ages.
storage environment was derived from the necessity of
wineries to maintain moisture in their cellars to keep
wooden barrel staves swollen, preventing wine
as much as a 10% product loss per year due to
Humidity, however, was not intended for the modern
home cellar where wine is stored in glass bottles with
sealed corks.
Light: UV rays are not only harmful to people, they are
damaging to wines - especially those in clear bottles.
Since oxygen molecules in wine absorb UV rays, wine
should never be stored in direct light for long periods of
time.
Vibration: Provided that sediment is left undistributed
and particles are not suspended, vibration in a storage
environment is not an issue. Wines can become flat or
tired when voids and vacuums are created inside the wine
bottle. In order to create voids and vacuums within a
liquid, aggressive motion or shaking of the wine bottle
would have to occur.
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The Right Temperature for Wine
Temperature
Wines
Approximately 60°F (15°C)
Red
50°F - 55°F (10°C -12°C)
White
Approximately 45°F (7°C)
Sparkling
Wine Captain® Models - A Touch of Elegance
In 1985 U-Line was the first North American appliance
manufacturer to develop a residential wine storage unit,
the Wine Captain®. Each U-Line Wine Captain® model is
designed to impress and inspire anyone with an interest in
wine by providing cellar conditions in stylish, undercounter
units. U-Line Wine Captain® models offer stable storage
temperatures, a 50% internal relative humidity and
protection from UV light rays. U-Line has the largest
product offering available, making storing, presenting,
and sharing your wine effortless and elegant.
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Recommended Wine Storage
Specially designed horizontal wine racks properly position
the bottles so the wine remains in contact with the cork,
which ensures the cork does not become dry.
Larger diameter bottles may be stored on the
shaded racks, illustrated below.
1
2
3
Use These
Racks For Larger
Diameter Bottles
& Champange
4
5
6
7
NOTE: After stocking, allow unit to stabilize product
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Cleaning
EXTERIOR CLEANING
Integrated Models
To clean integrated panels, use household cleaner per the
cabinet manufacturer’s recommendations.
Stainless Models
Stainless door panels, handles and frames can discolor
when exposed to chlorine gas, pool chemicals, saltwater
or cleaners with bleach.
Keep your stainless unit looking new by cleaning with a
good quality all-in-one stainless steel cleaner and polish
monthly. For best results use Claire® Stainless Steel
INTERIOR CLEANING
Disconnect power to the unit.
Clean the interior and all removed components using a
mild nonabrasive detergent and warm water solution
applied with a soft sponge or non-abrasive cloth.
Polish and Cleaner. Comparable products are acceptable.
Frequent cleaning will remove surface contamination that
Rinse the interior using a soft sponge and clean water.
could lead to rust. Some installations may require cleaning
weekly.
Do not use any solvent-based or abrasive
cleaners. These types of cleaners may transfer taste to
Do not clean with steel wool pads.
the interior products and damage or discolor the interior.
Do not use stainless steel cleaners or polishes on
DEFROSTING
any glass surfaces.
Under normal conditions this unit does not require manual
defrosting. Minor frost on the rear wall or visible through
Clean any glass surfaces with a non-chlorine glass
the evaporator plate vents is normal and will melt during
cleaner.
each off cycle.
Do not use cleaners not specifically intended for
If there is excessive build-up of 1/4" (6 mm) or more,
stainless steel on stainless surfaces (this
manually defrost the unit.
includes glass, tile and counter cleaners).
Ensure the door is closing and sealing properly.
If any surface discoloring or rusting appears, clean it
quickly with Bon-Ami® or Barkeepers Friend Cleanser® and
a nonabrasive cloth. Always clean with the grain. Always
finish with Claire® Stainless Steel Polish and Cleaner or
High ambient temperature and excessive humidity can
also produce frost.
comparable product to prevent further problems.
Using abrasive pads such as ScotchBrite™ will
cause the graining in the stainless steel to
become blurred.
! CAUTION
DO NOT use an ice pick or other sharp
instrument to help speed up defrosting. These
instruments can puncture the inner lining or
Rust not cleaned up promptly can penetrate the
damage the cooling unit. DO NOT use any type of
surface of the stainless steel and complete
heater to defrost. Using a heater to speed up
removal of the rust may not be possible.
defrosting can cause personal injury and
damage to the inner lining.
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NOTICE
The drain pan was not designed to capture the
water created when manually defrosting. To
prevent water from overflowing the drain pan,
and possibly damaging water sensitive flooring,
the unit must be removed from cabinetry.
To defrost:
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
2. Remove all products from the interior.
3. Prop the door in an open position (2 in. [50 mm]
minimum).
4. Allow the frost to melt naturally.
5. After the frost melts completely clean the interior and
all removed components. (See INTERIOR CLEANING).
6. When the interior is dry, reconnect power and turn unit
on.
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Cleaning Condenser
INTERVAL - EVERY SIX MONTHS
To maintain operational efficiency, keep the front grille
(plinth strip/base fascia) free of dust and lint, and clean
the condenser when necessary. Depending on
environmental conditions, more or less frequent cleaning
may be necessary.
! WARNING
Disconnect electric current to the unit before
cleaning the condenser.
NOTICE
DO NOT use any type of cleaner on the
condenser unit. Condenser may be cleaned using
a vacuum, soft brush or compressed air.
1. Remove the grille (plinth strip/base fascia). (See
GRILLE-PLINTH INSTALLATION).
2. Clean the condenser coil using a soft brush or vacuum
cleaner.
3. Install the grille (plinth strip/base fascia).
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Wine Rack Installation
To remove wine racks for cleaning:
1. Remove any bottles stored on the rack.
To insert wine racks in the cabinet:
1. Align the left and right rack channels with the tracks in
the cabinet. Ensure an even track engagement on both
sides by gently pushing the rack into the cabinet until
it stops.
2. Grasp the end of the rack and gently slide it out until it
stops.
2. Before reloading the rack, ensure proper movement of
the travel stops in the left and right track rails by
3. The release levers are located on the inside of the rack
pulling the rack out gently until it stops.
rails. Press the left rack release lever down. At the
same time, lift the matching right rack release lever
To clean wine racks:
up. Pull the rack out until it is free of the tracks and
1. Saturate a soft cloth with a soapy, warm water
the cabinet.
solution.
2. Wring excess water from cloth and wipe racks down.
NOTICE
The wine racks are greased. This white lithium
grease helps provide smooth operation of the
slide mechanism. It is important not to remove
grease.
NOTICE
Do not remove the track rails from the cabinet.
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Extended Non-Use
VACATION/HOLIDAY, PROLONGED SHUTDOWN
The following steps are recommended for periods of
extended non-use:
1. Remove all consumable content from the unit.
2. Disconnect the power cord from its outlet/socket and
leave it disconnected until the unit is returned to
service.
3. If ice is on the evaporator, allow ice to thaw naturally.
4. Clean and dry the interior of the unit. Ensure all water
has been removed from the unit.
5. The door must remain open to prevent formation of
mold and mildew. Open door a minimum of 2"
(50 mm) to provide the necessary ventilation.
WINTERIZATION
If the unit will be exposed to temperatures of 40°F (5°C)
or less, the steps above must be followed.
For questions regarding winterization, please
call U-Line at +1.800.779.2547.
! CAUTION
Damage caused by freezing temperatures is not
covered by the warranty.
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Troubleshooting
• Evaporator: Refrigerant flowing through an evaporator
may sound like boiling liquid.
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
If you think your U-Line product is malfunctioning, read
the CONTROL OPERATION section to clearly understand
• Condenser Fan: Air moving through a condenser may
be heard.
the function of the control.
• Automatic Defrost Drain Pan: Water may be heard
If the problem persists, read the NORMAL OPERATING
dripping or running into the drain pan when the unit is
SOUNDS and TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE sections below
in the defrost cycle.
to help you quickly identify common problems and
possible causes and remedies. Most often, this will resolve
the problem without the need to call for service.
IF SERVICE IS REQUIRED
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
! DANGER
If you do not understand a troubleshooting remedy, or
ELECTROCUTION HAZARD. Never attempt to
your product needs service, contact U-Line Corporation
repair or perform maintenance on the unit
directly at +1.800.779.2547.
before disconnecting the main electrical power.
When you call, you will need your product Model and
Troubleshooting - What to check when problems occur:
Serial Numbers. This information appears on the Model
and Serial number plate located on the upper right or rear
Problem
Possible Cause and Remedy
wall of the interior of your product.
Digital Display
and Light Do Not
Work.
Ensure power is connected to the unit.
If the unit is cooling, it may be in Sabbath
mode.
NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS
Interior Light
Does Not
Illuminate.
The light bulb may be defective.
If the unit is cooling, it may be in Sabbath
mode.
Light Remains on
When Door Is
Closed.
For glass door models, press the light icon
and close the door.
Check reed switch.
Unit Develops
Frost on Internal
Surfaces.
Frost on the rear wall is normal and will melt
during each off cycle.
If there is excessive build-up of 1/4" or
more, manually defrost the unit.
Ensure the door is closing and sealing
properly.
High ambient temperature and excessive
humidity can also produce frost.
Unit Develops
Condensation on
External
Surfaces.
The unit is exposed to excessive humidity.
Moisture will dissipate as humidity levels
decrease.
Digital Display
Functions, But
Unit Does Not
Cool.
Ensure the unit is not in “Showroom Mode.”
Momentarily unplug or interrupt power
supply to the unit.
Digital Display
Shows ER or E
Followed by a
Number.
E3 indicates the door may be opened too
long. Ensure the door is closing properly.
For other error codes contact U-Line
Customer Service.
All models incorporate rigid foam insulated cabinets to
provide high thermal efficiency and maximum sound
reduction for its internal working components. Despite this
technology, your model may make sounds that are
unfamiliar.
Normal operating sounds may be more noticeable because
of the unit’s environment. Hard surfaces such as cabinets,
wood, vinyl or tiled floors and paneled walls have a
tendency to reflect normal appliance operating noises.
Listed below are common refrigeration components with a
brief description of the normal operating sounds they
make. NOTE: Your product may not contain all the
components listed.
• Compressor: The compressor makes a hum or pulsing
sound that may be heard when it operates.
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Problem
Possible Cause and Remedy
Digital Display
Shows 1-16 or 99
A factory test mode may be enabled. Adjust
the temperature to 99 and press the LIGHT
icon.
Product Is
Freezing.
Because product in contact with the rear
wall may freeze, ensure no product is
touching the rear wall.
Adjust the temperature to a warmer set
point.
Product Is Not
Cold Enough.
Air temperature does not indicate product
temperature. See CHECKING PRODUCT
TEMPERATURE below.
Adjust the temperature to a cooler set point.
Ensure unit is not located in excessive
ambient temperatures or in direct sunlight.
Ensure the door is closing and sealing
properly.
Ensure the interior light has not remained
on too long.
Ensure nothing is blocking the front grille,
found at the bottom of the unit.
Ensure the condenser coil is clean and free
of any dirt or lint build-up.
6. After 24 hours, check the temperature of the water. If
required, adjust the temperature control in a small
increment (see CONTROL OPERATION).
Causes which affect the internal temperatures of
the cabinet include:
• Temperature setting.
• Ambient temperature where installed.
• Installation in direct sunlight or near a heat source.
• The number of door openings and the time the door is
open.
• The time the internal light is illuminated. (This mainly
affects product on the top rack or shelf.)
CHECKING PRODUCT TEMPERATURE
To check the actual product temperature in the
unit:
1. Partially fill a plastic (nonbreakable) bottle with water.
2. Insert an accurate thermometer.
3. Tighten the bottle cap securely.
4. Place the bottle in the desired area for 24 hours.
5. Avoid opening the unit during the testing period.
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U-Line Corporation (U-Line) Limited Warranty
One Year Limited Warranty
For one year from the date of original purchase, this U-Line product warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any part of the
product that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. For products installed and used for normal residential use, material
cosmetic defects are included in this warranty, with coverage limited to 60 days from the date of original purchase. All service provided by ULine under the above warranty must be performed by U-Line factory authorized service, unless otherwise specified by U-Line. Service
provided during normal business hours.
Available Second Year Limited Warranty
Beyond the standard one year warranty outlined above, U-Line offers an extension of the one year warranty coverage for an additional
second year from the date of purchase, free of charge. To take advantage of this second year warranty, you must register your product with
U-Line within two months from the date of purchase at u-line.com providing proof of purchase.
Five Year Sealed System Limited Warranty
For five years from the date of original purchase, U-Line will repair or replace the following parts, labor not included, that prove to be
defective in materials or workmanship: compressor, condenser, evaporator, drier, and all connecting tubing. All service provided by U-Line
under the above warranty must be performed by U-Line factory authorized service, unless otherwise specified by U-Line. Service provided
during normal business hours.
Terms
These warranties apply only to products installed in any one of the fifty states of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the ten
provinces of Canada. The warranties do not cover any parts or labor to correct any defect caused by negligence, accident or improper use,
maintenance, installation, service, repair, acts of God, fire, flood or other natural disasters. The product must be installed, operated, and
maintained in accordance with the U-Line User Guide.
The remedies described above for each warranty are the only ones that U-Line will provide, either under these warranties or under any
warranty arising by operation of law. U-Line will not be responsible for any consequential or incidental damages arising from the breach of
these warranties or any other warranty, whether express, implied, or statutory. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. These warranties give you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Any warranty that may be implied in connection with your purchase or use of the product, including any warranty of merchantability or any
warranty fit for a particular purpose is limited to the duration of these warranties, and only extends to five years in duration for the parts
described in the section related to the five year limited warranty above. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
•
The warranties only apply to the original purchaser and are non-transferable.
•
The second year and five year warranties cover products installed and used for normal residential or designated marine use only.
•
The warranties apply to units operated outside only if designed for outdoor use by model and serial number.
•
Replacement water filters, light bulbs, and other consumable parts are not covered by these warranties.
•
The start of U-Line’s obligation is limited to four years after the shipment date from U-Line.
•
In-home instruction on how to use your product is not covered by these warranties.
•
Food, beverage, and medicine loss are not covered by these warranties.
•
If the product is located in an area where U-Line factory authorized service is not available, you may be responsible for a trip charge
•
Units purchased after use as floor displays are covered by the limited one year warranty only and no coverage is provided for cosmetic
•
Signal issues related to Wi-Fi connectivity are not covered by these warranties.
or you may be required to bring the product to a U-Line factory authorized service location at your own cost and expense.
defects.
For parts and service assistance, or to find U-Line factory authorized service near you, contact U-Line:
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Warranty 1
R/B LIGHT
L/T LIGHT
EVAP TEMP
COND FAN
L/T DOOR SWITCH
R/B DOOR SWITCH
AMBIENT TEMP
ZONE TEMP
EVAP TEMP
5
1
6
10
8
1
16
9
J9 J10
AN
D
NA
TE
N
G
CONTROL
BOARD
OPEN
FUSE
Y
ISP
TO
IN
RA
M
OG
PR
LA
42350_B WIRING DIAGRAM
10
1
NEUTRAL:
WHITE (115v)
DARK BLUE (220-240v)
BLUE (115V)
LIGHT BLUE (220V-240V)
(TO COMPRESSOR)
220-240 VOLT
CAP.
BLUE
RELAY
CAP
NEUTRAL:
WHITE (115v)
DARK BLUE (220-240v)
(TO COMPRESSOR)
GROUND:
GREEN or
GREEN W/ YELLOW
115 VOLT
RELAY
NEUTRAL
HOT
OVERLOAD
115
VOLT
PLUG
PLUG
220-240 VOLT
EMBRACO
COMPRESSOR
POWER CORD
ASSEMBLY
HOT:
BLACK (115v)
BROWN (220-240v)
GROUND:
GREEN or GREEN W/ YELLOW
EMBRACO COMPRESSOR
BROWN
GROUND:
GREEN W/ YELLOW
NEUTRAL:
DARK BLUE
HOT (LIGHT BLUE)
OVERLOAD
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Product Liability
Field service technicians are authorized to make an initial
assessment in the event of reported damages. If there are
any questions about the process involved, the technician
should call U-Line for further explanation.
While inspecting for defects or installation issues, photos
should be taken to document any damages or issues
found.
During the assessment, if the service technician is able to
find the source of the damage and it can be resolved by
replacement of a part, the servicer is authorized to
replace the part in question. The part that caused the
damage must be returned to U-Line in its entirety. The
part must be clearly labeled with the serial number of the
unit it was removed from, the date, and the servicer who
removed the part.
If the service technician determines the damage is the
result of installation issues (water connection/drain, etc.),
the consumer would be notified and the issues shall be
resolved at the direction of the consumer.
If damage is evident and the service technician is unable
to find the source, U-Line must be contacted at 1-800799-2547 for further direction
8900 N. 55th Street • Milwaukee, WI 53223
T: +1.414.354.0300 • F: +1.414.354.354.5696
Website: www.u-line.com
Right product. Right place.
Right temperature Since 1962.
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Warranty Claims
warranty status. We also accept the following
information to verify warranty status:
The following information defines the parameters for filing
a warranty claim:
• New Construction Occupancy Documents
• Valid serial number needed
• Valid model number needed
• Narda (or equivalent) form or submitted online at
www.u-line.com
• Closing Paperwork
• Final Billing – Remodel
Noting all of the following on the warranty claim will be
considered proof of purchase, hard copy will not be
required:
• 60 day submittal deadline from date of completed
service
• Name of the selling Dealer
• Only one repair or unit per warranty claim
• Refrigerant should be labeled and included on the labor
submittal
• Door and water level adjustments are covered 30 days
from install date.
Serial Number Requirements:
14 30911 12 X X X X
Year
• Date of purchase/installation
• Order or Invoice number (if available)
• Description of document reviewed (i.e. store receipt,
closing paperwork, etc)
Parts and labor claims are paid separately. Indicate part
numbers and description for parts used in the warranty
repair. Include the purchase invoice and name of the parts
supplier used to procure the parts.
Month
A typical serial number is shown above. The first two
digits of the first segment, 14, represents the production
year. The number between the dashes, 12, represents the
production month. In most cases, warranty status can be
verified by the production date information within the
serial number.
• Alternatively, a Proof of Purchase (or equivalent) may
submitted with the warranty claim to document
Warranty Claims 1
Parts
2
14
1
16
15
19
7
22
U-2224WCINT-60A
Item
21
8
30
32
9
4
24
Compressor electricals only
80-54149-00
4
Compressor w/electricals
80-54193-00
5
Condenser assembly
80-54043-00
6
Condenser fan w/screws
80-54014-00
7
Display module
80-54007-00
8
Door assembly w/o hinges
80-54089-00
9
Drain pan w/double sided tape
80-54217-00
80-54057-00
13 Evaporator cover
80-54042-00
14 Evaporator fan
80-54321-00
15 Evaporator fan w/cover and screws
80-54151-00
16 Frame assembly
80-54820-00
17 Gasket, door, injection molded
80-54039-00
18 Grille w/ screws
80-54040-00
19 Hinge covers (2 pcs)
80-54001-00
20 Hinge mounting hole covers(2)
80-54024-00
21 Hinges (2) w/screws and covers
80-54013-00
18
22 LED light strip and cover assy
80-54000-00
23 Leg Levelers (4)
80-54019-00
23
24 Main board (no case or wires)
80-54008-00
25 Packaging
80-54159-00
26 Power cord
80-54171-00
27 Rack assembly
80-54010-00
28 Rack assembly bottom
80-54091-00
29 Rack Assembly, lower
80-54817-00
30 Rack Assembly, middle
80-54818-00
31 Reed switch
80-54134-00
32 Slide assembly, long
80-54047-00
33 Slide assembly, short
80-54048-00
34 Thermistor (1 pc)
80-54006-00
35 Thermistor cover and pin
80-54023-00
36 Tool, leg leveler
80-54794-00
37 WIFI antenna
80-54804-00
38 Wire Harness, board
80-54251-00
39 Wood fronts w/screws
80-54498-00
28
3
80-54086-00
3
80-54055-00
29
5
80-54012-00
Back panel
12 Evaporator assembly
35
17
39
Anti tip brackets w/screws
2
80-54399-00
13
27
11
1
11 Drier
34
6
U-Line P/N
10 Drain trough assembly
12
10
Description
33
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Ordering Replacement Parts
If you have a purchasing account, please utilize our
service website to order parts.
Orders may also be placed by Fax or phone. See our
contact information below:
www.U-LineService.com (with service login)
FAX Number: +1.414.354.5696
Phone Number: +1.800.779.2547
NOTICE
Use only genuine U-Line replacement parts. The
use of non-U-Line parts can reduce speed of ice
production, cause water to overflow from ice
maker mold, damage the unit, and void the
warranty.
Warranty parts will be shipped at no charge after U-Line
confirms warranty status. Please provide the model, serial
number, part number and part description. Some parts
will require color or voltage information.
If U-Line requires the return of original parts, we will
inform you when the parts order is taken. This
requirement will be noted on your packing list. A prepaid
shipping label will be included with the replacement part.
Please enclose a copy of the parts packing list and any
labor claims with your return. Please be sure the model
and serial numbers are legible on the paperwork. Tag the
part with the reported defect.
When ordering a non-warranty part, you will need an open
account and tax exemption on file at U-Line. Another
option would be to visit www.u-line.com to locate an
authorized parts distributor in your area.
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System Diagnosis Guide
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
System
Condition
Suction
Pressure
Suction
Line
Compressor
Discharge
Condenser
Capillary
Tube
Evaporator
Wattage
Normal
Normal
Slightly below
room
temperature
Very hot
Very hot
Warm
Cold
Normal
Overcharge
Higher than
normal
Very cold may
frost heavily
Slightly warm
to hot
Hot to warm
Cool
Cold
Higher than
normal
Undercharge
Lower than
normal
Warm-near
room
temperature
Hot
Warm
Warm
Extremely cold
near inlet Outlet below
room
temperature
Lower than
normal
Partial
Restriction
Somewhat
Warm - near
lower than
room
normal vacuum temperature
Very hot
Top passes
warm - Lower
passes cool
(near room
temperature)
due to liquid
Room
temperature
(cool) or
colder
Extremely cold
near inlet Outlet below
room
temperature
backing up
Lower than
normal
Complete
Restriction
In deep
vacuum
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No refrigeration
Lower than
normal
No Gas
0 PSIG to 25"
Room
temperature
(cool)
Cool to hot
Room
temperature
(cool)
Room
temperature
(cool)
No refrigeration
Lower than
normal
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Compressor Specifications
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
STARTING RELAY
! DANGER
C
S
Electrocution can cause death or serious injury.
R
Burns from hot or cold surfaces can cause
serious injury. Take precautions when servicing
RELAY COVER
CAPACITOR
this unit.
Disconnect the power source.
ULIN_0368_A
EMX20CLC
Refrigerant
R600a
Voltage
Do not stand in standing water when working
Frequency
around electrical appliances.
Run Cap
115 - 127 VAC
60 Hz
12μF/165 VAC
Start Winding
6.7 Ohm at 77°F
Make sure the surfaces you touch are not hot or
Run Winding
12.6 Ohm at 77°F
frozen.
LRA
3.7 A
FLA
0.5 A
Do not touch a bare circuit board unless you are
Starting Device
wearing an anti-static wrist strap that is
Overload
grounded to an electrical ground or grounded
8EA14C
4TM142RFBYY-53
* All resistance readings are ±10%
water pipe.
Handle circuit boards carefully and avoid
touching components.
To measure the start winding resistance, measure across
the C and S pins.
To measure the run winding resistance, measure across
the C and R pins.
Also check S to R and you should get the sum of the run
and start windings.
To ensure the windings are not shorted, check the S and R
to ground.
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NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS
All models incorporate rigid foam insulated cabinets to
! CAUTION
Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance
on the unit until the main electrical power has
provide high thermal efficiency and maximum sound
reduction for its internal working components. Despite this
technology, your model may make sounds that are
unfamiliar.
been disconnected from the unit.
Normal operating sounds may be more noticeable because
SPECIFIC ERRORS AND ISSUES
The technically advanced diagnostic capabilities of the
of the unit’s environment. Hard surfaces such as cabinets,
wood, vinyl or tiled floors and paneled walls have a
tendency to reflect normal appliance operating noises.
electronic controls utilized on the 1200 and 2200 series
units allows for easy and thorough troubleshooting.
Listed below are common refrigeration components with a
brief description of the normal operating sounds they
Navigation of the control is the key and is explained in the
make. NOTE: Your product may not contain all the
CONTROL OPERATION section of the manual, along with
components listed.
control button layout, control function descriptions, a
service mode menu and service menu selection
explanations.
Verification of temperature and thermistor performance
can be identified by directly viewing thermistor readings in
the service mode.
Component failure issues can be identified through service
mode menu #19, “Component Testing.” Individual
• Compressor: The compressor makes a hum or pulsing
sound that may be heard when it operates.
• Evaporator: Refrigerant flowing through an evaporator
may sound like boiling liquid.
• Condenser Fan: Air moving through a condenser may
be heard.
components can be switched on and off to check for both
proper function of a specific component and also delivery
• Automatic Defrost Drain Pan: Water may be heard
of supply voltage to the components through the relays
dripping or running into the drain pan when the unit is
and DC outputs located on the relay/power board.
in the defrost cycle.
Included in this section are some diagnostic tips and of
Solenoid Valves: An occasional clicking sound may be
course, if additional help is required please contact the
heard as solenoid valves are operated.
U-Line Corp, “Customer Care Facility” at +1.800.779.2547
for assistance.
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Concern
Potential Causes
Suggested Remedy
Not Cooling
Compressor overheating
Verify proper air flow through condenser. Is condenser clean?
Confirm condenser fan operation.
Confirm proper compressor operating voltage. Use #19, Component
Testing in Service Mode.
Compressor not operating
Confirm proper compressor operating voltage. Use #19, Component
Testing in Service Mode.
Compressor operating - no cooling
Refer to System Diagnosis Guide.
Test overload and relay, replace as needed.
Frozen Product
Frost Buildup
Inside Unit
Display Not
Working
Evaporator fan not operating
Use #19, Component Testing in Service Mode.
Control set too cold
Adjust Set Point Temp accordingly.
Review logged error codes
Refer to #14, Error Log in Service Mode.
Thermistor failure
Check Error Log in Service Mode, OHM thermistor.
Door Ajar or Restricted from Closing
Check door clearance to adjoining cabinetry. Check distribution of
product in unit.
Evaporator fan not operating
Use Relay Toggle, Component Testing in Service Mode.
Thermistor failure
Check Error Log.
Unit placed in Sabbath mode?
Press and hold
Display unplugged
Verify that both ends of the display wiring are firmly connected.
for 5 seconds to check.
Display wiring broken or damaged
Perform continuity test of wiring and replace as needed.
Internal Lights
Not Working
Control Setting
Unit set to Sabbath Mode. Press and hold
Door switch misaligned or defective
Check the function of reed switch and door magnet adjustment.
Noisy
Refrigeration tubing touching cabinet
Carefully reposition tubing.
Fan blade obstruction (wiring, foam
insulation, packaging material)
Remove obstruction.
for 5 seconds to check.
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MAIN CONTROL
Testing The Main Control
The main control board is very robust and is rarely the
If the main control is suspected of being faulty, the
cause of system issues. It is important to fully diagnose
following procedure should be performed to verify main
the board for any suspected failures before attempting to
control for functionality.
remove the board for replacement or service. Follow the
guidelines below to fully test and diagnose the main
control.
Relay & DC Outputs
One of the primary functions of the main control is to
operate the multiple relay and DC outputs during each
Power Fault
cycle. Verify proper operation of these relays using the
If the unit does not (or seems to not) power on, follow the
following procedure.
flow chart below to help diagnose the issue. Before
beginning it is important to first verify the unit is not
simply set to sabbath mode.
1. Enter “Relay Toggle” through the service menu.
NOTICE
Check Voltage
At Wall Outlet
No Voltage
Alert Customer
Of Power Failure
Frequently toggling the compressor relay could
force the compressor into overload. The
compressor will automatically deactivate during
Voltage
an overload and will remain deactivated until the
overload switch cools. This could take some
Verify Voltage At
Main Control
Voltage Input
No Voltage
Replace
Power Cord
time. It is important to allow the compressor at
least 5 minutes off time between relay cycles.
Voltage
2. Toggle the relay. Its related component should
Check Fuse F1
For Continuity
No Continuity
Replace
Fuse
activate / deactivate with the switching of the relay. If
it does not, test component.
Continuity
Other Suspected Main Control Faults
Connect Test Display
Cycle Power And Check
For Operation
Operating
Inspect
Customer UI
and Data Cable
but the unit continues to have operating issues, it is most
likely due to a configuration error. Configuration errors
Not Operating
Is the Reed
Switch Operating
Properly?
If other components have been ruled out as being faulty
can be cleared by restoring the unit to its factory default
setting. Factory defaults may be restored through the
Yes
Replace Main
Board
service menu.
No
! CAUTION
Replace
Reed Switch
Precautions must be taken while working with
live electrical equipment. Be sure to follow
proper safety procedures while performing tests
on live systems.
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REED SWITCH
A reed switch is used to monitor door state. When the
door is closed magnetic force pulls the reed to its contact
and closes the circuit which turns the light and display off.
When the door is open the reed pulls away from the
contact and opens the circuit. If the door is left open for
longer than 5 minutes, the switch will trigger an error code
and set an audible warning.
Magnet Away From Switch
(Door Open)
(Switch Open)
Magnet Close To Switch
(Door Closed)
(Switch Closed)
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Control Operation - Service
UI BUTTON LAYOUT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1. Hidden Button
-Accesses Service Menu
-No LED directly above. All LEDs turn on with button
activation except #7.
2. Up Button
-Increases temperature
-Navigates through service menu
-LED activated with button activation.
3. Down Button
-Decreases temperature
-Navigates through service menu
-LED activated with button activation
4. Light Button
-Activates light for 3 hours on select models
-Used to select items in service menu
-LED activated with button activation
5. Power Button
-Turns unit off/on
-LED activated with button activation (only turning unit
off)
6. Clean Button
-Activates Clean Cycle on CLR models
-LED activated with button activation
7. LED
-No button
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CONTROL FUNCTION QUICK GUIDE
FUNCTION
COMMAND
DISPLAY/OPTIONS
ON/OFF
Press
and release
Unit will immediately turn ON or OFF
Press
and release to leave interior light
Glass door wine captains and beverage centers
Toggle lights
Adjust refrigerator
temperature
on for 3 hours
only.
When the “F” or “C” in the display is flashing,
Push
and release
or
push
or
to adjust the set point
temperature.
View temperature in unit
Push
Toggle between F/C
Hold the
and release the together
and
and
for five seconds
The display will flash and then toggle from set
point to temperature in unit.
The display will change units.
DOOR ALERT NOTIFICATION
When the degree symbol is flashing the unit will allow the
When the door is left open for more than 5 minutes:
use of the control for demonstrations. The unit can be left
in this mode indefinitely.
•
An audible tone will sound for several seconds every
minute.
•
“dr” will appear in display.
Close door to silence alert and reset.
SERVICE MODE
This mode has options available for service diagnostics.
To enter the mode hold the hidden key for 10 seconds.
The display will show “0.” When in this mode use the up
VIEWING ACTUAL TEMPERATURE
and down arrows to select the desired option. The LIGHT
In viewing temperature in these modes any offsets are
key is the ENTER key and will initiate the function. If
taken into account. This means that if you place a therm-
changing a setting, you must press the LIGHT key again
istor in a known temperature, let’s say ice water, it may
to retain the changed setting. To exit the service mode
not read the 32°F that you would assume. If the control
scroll to option “0” and press the LIGHT key. After five
offset was preset at -3°F while you placed the thermistor
minutes of not touching any keys the mode will also exit
in an icebath, the actual thermistor reading when viewing
automatically.
actual temperature would read 35°F. In the unit this would
cause the cabinet to push itself 3° cooler. To view pure
thermistor readings you must go into the service menu
and choose the correct option.
To view the thermistor temperature, push and release the
up and down keys. The display will show the corrected
refrigerator temperature.
SHOWROOM MODE
This mode is designed to show units in a display environment. When in this mode the only functions will be the
control and cabinet lights. The compressor, fans, etc. will
not operate. To enter/exit this mode hold the light key
and the power key for 5 seconds. The display will flash
once and beep and the degree symbol will begin to flash.
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#
Service Mode Menu Item
SERVICE MODE GUIDE
1. THERMISTOR 1 — ZONE
This shows the pure thermistor reading with no
offsets taken into account.
1
View thermistor #1 (no offsets)
2
View thermistor #2 (no offsets)
3
View thermistor #3 (no offsets)
4
View thermistor #4 (no offsets)
5
Adjust thermistor #1 offset
6
Adjust thermistor #2 offset
7
Adjust thermistor #3 offset
4. Does not apply to this model.
8
Adjust thermistor #4 offset
5. THERMISTOR 1 — ZONE OFFSET
9
View thermistor #2 set point no offsets
10
View thermistor #3 set point no offsets
11
View thermistor #4 set point no offsets
12
Adjust defrost interval 3 to 24 hours
13
Adjust defrost duration 0 to 99 minutes
14
View error log
15
Clear error log
16
Adjust thermistor #1 differential
17
Adjust evaporator fan delay in minutes (start of cooling
cycle) 0 - 99 minutes
18
Adjust evaporator fan delay in minutes (after cooling
cycle stops) 0 - 99 minutes
19
Individual component toggle
20
Model number indicator
7. THERMISTOR 3 — AMBIENT OFFSET
Not adjustable.
21
Light all LED segments of display
8. Does not apply to this model.
22
View defrost cycles
23
View compressor run time
24
Activate defrost/harvest
25
Restore factory defaults
9. THERMISTOR 2 — SET POINT MINUS
OFFSET
This shows the thermistor reading with offsets
taken into account.
26
View software version - main board
10. Does not apply to this model.
27
View software version - user interface
11. Does not apply to this model.
28
Login period
29
Factory test mode
0
Exit service mode
12. ADJUST DEFROST INTERVAL — 3 TO 24
HOURS
This will adjust the interval between defrosts
from 3 to 24 hours. Adjusting from the factory
settings may cause undesired temperature in
the refrigerator section.
NAVIGATE SERVICE MODE
Use up or down arrows to scroll through the menu.
Use the light bulb key to enter or exit menu. If values
have been changed, they will be saved when exiting.
2. THERMISTOR 2 — EVAPORATOR
This shows the pure thermistor reading with no
offsets taken into account.
3. Does not apply to this model.
(DO NOT MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT TO THIS WITHOUT
CONTACTING TECH LINE: 800-779-2547)
This calibration is only to be used if actual
temperature at thermistor #1 is off from set
point.
By adjusting the offset higher we can force the
unit to drive the temperature down below the set
point. (example: adjusting from 0 to +2 will drop
the unit temperature 2 degrees)
6. THERMISTOR 2 — EVAPORATOR OFFSET
(DO NOT MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT TO THIS WITHOUT
CONTACTING TECH LINE: 800-779-2547)
13. ADJUST DEFROST DURATION — 0 TO 99
MINUTES
The length of the defrost can be adjusted 0 to 99
minutes long. The other defrost parameters still
apply. Lengthening a defrost may cause higher
than normal temperatures in the refrigerator
section.
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14. VIEW ERROR LOG
A list of the errors in the order they occurred will
scroll once on the display. All errors are logged
in memory. Only door error is displayed on the
display and has an audible signal.
E0: Door 1 (upper) open.
E1: Thermistor 1 open.
E2: Thermistor 2 open.
E3: Thermistor 3 open.
E4: Thermistor 4 open (Does not apply to this
model).
Thermistor 1 shorted.
Thermistor 2 shorted.
Thermistor 3 shorted.
Thermistor 4 shorted (Does not apply to this
model).
E9: Door 2 (lower) open.
P1: Pump Circuit open (Does not apply to this
model).
E5:
E6:
E7:
E8:
15. CLEAR ERROR LOG
To clear errors, press and hold
when CLR is flashing.
(5 seconds)
16. THERMISTOR — 1 DIFFERENTIAL
This number should not be adjusted.
17. EVAPORATOR FAN DELAY IN MINUTES —
ON
“Fan Delay On” is the amount of time in minutes
the fan will be delayed from starting from the
beginning of a cooling cycle. Adjustable 0-99
minutes.
18. EVAPORATOR FAN DELAY IN MINUTES —
OFF
“Fan Delay Off” is the amount of time in minutes
the fan will continue to run at the end of a
cooling cycle. Adjustable 0-99 minutes.
19. INDIVIDUAL COMPONENT TOGGLE
Display #
Relay/Output
0
Exit
2
Relay 2
3
Relay 3
4
Relay 4
5
Relay 5
6
Relay 6
7
Relay 7
8
DC Output 1
9
DC Output 2
10
DC Output 3
11
DC Output 4
12
DC Output 5
20. MODEL NUMBER INDICATOR
Displays the two-digit model number of the
specific unit. See model list table.
21. LIGHT ALL LED SEGMENTS
This will illuminate all the LEDs on the display to
ensure they work properly.
22. VIEW DEFROST CYCLES
Displays the number of defrosts that have
occurred in the past 24 hours.
23. VIEW COMPRESSOR RUNTIME
This will show the number of minutes the
compressor has run in the prior cycle (or
current cycle if the compressor was running
when service mode was entered).
24. ACTIVATE DEFROST/HARVEST
Turns on the hot gas bypass valve allowing hot
gas to circulate through the evaporator causing
frost to melt.
25. RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS
Will restore all adjustable functions to their
factory settings.
26. SOFTWARE VERSION — MAIN BOARD
Displays software version of the main control
board.
27. SOFTWARE VERSION — USER INTERFACE
Displays software version of the user interface.
28. LOG IN PERIOD
Factory use only - do not adjust.
29. FACTORY TEST MODE
Should be 0.
0. EXIT SERVICE MODE
SEE RELAY/OUTPUT CHART
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MODEL LIST
1000
1215R
MODEL
INDICATOR
07
2000 (120V)
2218R
MODEL
INDICATOR
05
2000 (230V)
2245R
MODEL
INDICATOR
55
1215WC
12
2218RGL
04
2245DC
54
1224BEV
13
2218WC
06
2245WC
56
1224DWR
08
2224BEV
00
2260DC
50
1224R
14
2224R
02
2260R
52
1224RF
09
2224RGL
01
2260RDC
51
1224RSOD
10
2224WC
03
2260WC
53
1224WC
15
2224ZWC
59
2260ZWC
58
CLR1215
18
ADA24R
17
2260DWR
70
CO1224F
19
1224FZR
11
PROGRAMMING THE UNIT TO CORRECT
MODEL NUMBER
1. Disconnect the unit from power source.
2. Push and hold the U-Line button.
3. While still holding the U-Line button, plug the
unit into the appropriate power source.
4. When the flashing digits appear (3-5 seconds),
use the up and down arrow buttons to select the
appropriate model number*.
or
*(See Above “Model List”)
5. Press the light bulb button once.
6. The display will blink, and then will appear as the
programmed display.
Control Operation - Service 5
vl2
N/A
N/A
Defrost Heater
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Mullion
Heater
Mullion
Heater
2260ZWC
1224FZR
2260DWR
2224DWR
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2260WC
N/A
N/A
Hot Gas Valve
Hot Gas Valve
N/A
2260RDC
N/A
2245RDC
Hot Gas Valve
vl2
N/A
N/A
N/A
2245R
N/A
N/A
2260R
N/A
2224ZWC
N/A
N/A
N/A
2224WC
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2224RGL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Pan Heater
Water Valve
N/A
N/A
N/A
Pan Heater
2260DC
N/A
2224R
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ice Maker 1
Pump
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Relay 4
2245WC
N/A
N/A
2224BEV
N/A
2218RGL
2218WC
Ice Maker 2
N/A
N/A
CLR1215
2218R
N/A
ADA24R
CO1224F
N/A
1224RF
N/A
N/A
1224R
1224WC
N/A
1224DWR
1224RSOD
N/A
Mullion
Heater
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
124BEV
N/A
1215R
Relay 3
1215WC
Relay 2
Name
N/A
N/A
N/A
vl1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
vl1
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Hot Gas Valve
Hot Gas Valve
N/A
N/A
N/A
Hot Gas Valve
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Relay 5
N/A
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Condenser
Fan
N/A
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Compressor
Compressor
N/A
Compressor
Condenser
Fan
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Relay 7
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Relay 6
Top Light
Top Light
Light
Top Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Top Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Top Light
Light
Light
Light
DC
Output 1
Relay / Output Chart
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
N/A
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
N/A
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
N/A
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
Evaporator Fan
DC
Output 2
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
N/A
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
N/A
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
Condenser Fan
DC
Output 3
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
DC
Output 4
Bottom Light
Bottom Light
N/A
Bottom Light
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Bottom Light
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Bottom Light
N/A
N/A
N/A
DC
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Thermistors
Thermistors are used for various temperature readings.
Thermistors provide reliable temperature readings using a
resistance which varies based on surrounding
temperatures. If a faulty thermistor is suspected it may
be tested using an accurate ohmmeter.
Thermistor three (Ambient):
Located in the base of the unit (secured to the
condenser). It is used to monitor the ambient temperature
within the base compartment. It is used for diagnostics.
THERMISTOR FAILURE
Zone Thermistors
All thermistors in the unit are identical. If a thermistor is
suspected of being defective the resistance can be
verified. Place the thermistor in an ice water bath, the
If a zone thermistor(s) in the unit fails the unit will
continue to cool in a backup mode (Self Preservation
Mode) to preserve the integrity of the contents. The unit
resistance should read 16.1k OHMs +/-5% on your meter.
will otherwise operate normally.
Thermistor connections must be kept clean. A thermistor
2000 Series Self Preservation Mode:
connection that has become corroded can cause
resistance values from the thermistor to change as they
The unit will cycle on for 10 minutes then off for 40
minutes.
pass through a dirty connection to the board.
3000 Series Self Preservation Mode:
It is for that reason that we apply dielectric grease to all of
our thermistor connections. Dielectric grease will help to
Cycle times determined by zone - see chart. The error will
be displayed on the main display, “Self Test” and logged in
keep thermistor connections clean and dry.
“All Errors.”
If you change a thermistor in the unit please re-apply
Self Preservation Mode Data Table - 3000 Series
dielectric grease to the connection. If you encounter a
dirty thermistor connection, you should replace the
thermistor and the thermistor harness.
Thermistor error information can be found in the Control
Operations - Service section.
This unit has three thermistors.
Mode
ON
OFF
Beverage/Drinks
10
45
Market/Fresh
10
45
Root
5
90
Pantry
10
45
Deli
10
45
White Wine
5
60
Red Wine
5
60
Sparkling Wine
10
60
Polar
55
5
Thermistor one (Zone):
Located along the right hand side wall. It is used to
Evaporator Thermistors
maintain the operating temperature within that zone.
If an evaporator thermistor fails the unit will rely on a
preset defrost timer during defrost cycles. The unit will
Thermistor two (Evaporator):
otherwise operate normally. Refer to defrost section.
Located on the evaporator. It is used for defrost.
Ambient Thermistor
If the thermistor fails the unit will operate normally.
Thermistor 1
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Thermistor Resistance Data
Temp (F)
Temp (C)
Nominal Resistance
(OHMS)*
-40
-40
169157
-31
-35
121795
-22
-30
88766
-13
-25
65333
-4
-20
48614
5
-15
36503
14
-10
27681
23
-5
21166
32
0
16330
41
5
12696
50
10
9951
59
15
7855
68
20
6246
77
25
5000
86
30
4029
95
35
3266
104
40
2665
113
45
2186
122
50
1803
131
55
1495
140
60
1247
149
65
1044
158
70
879
167
75
743
176
80
631
* (+/-5%)
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Defrost
The models below have automatic or frost free design and do not require manual defrosting under normal conditions.
Defrost Settings
Base Model
Variant(s)
Compressor Run Time
Between Defrost (Hours)
Duration in Minutes
(Maximum)
Stop Temperature
°F (°C)
1224
RF
12
45
15 (-9)
1215/1224/2218/2245/
2224/2260
WC, ZWC
12
45
45 (7)
1215/1224/2218/2245/
2224/2260
R, RSOD, RDC,
BEV, DC, DWR, RGL
12
45
42 (6)
CO29
F
12
18
n/a
CO1224
F
12
18
45 (7)
1224FZR
Freezer Mode
6
45
42(6)
1224FZR
Refrigerator Mode
12
45
42(6)
Duration in Minutes
(Maximum)
Stop Temperature
°F (°C)
The defrost settings for 3000 series models are determined by zone.
Defrost Settings by Zone (3000 Series)
Zones
Compressor Run Time
Between Defrost (Hours)
Duration in Minutes
(Minimum)
Beverage/Drinks
12
5
60
42 (6)
Market/Fresh
12
5
60
42 (6)
Root/Root Cellar
12
5
60
45 (7)
Pantry
12
5
60
42 (6)
White Wine
12
5
60
45 (7)
Red Wine
12
5
60
45 (7)
Sparkling Wine
12
5
60
45 (7)
Polar
6
5
20
42 (6)
Deli
12
5
60
42 (6)
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CONVECTION COOLING
This unit is equipped with an advanced convection cooling
system. Convection cooling stabilizes cabinet
temperature, cools product faster and increases energy
3. Disconnect power to the unit.
4. Remove rear cover from unit.
5. Disconnect fan electrical connection at rear of unit.
efficiency.
6. Remove insulating foam from refrigerant line passEvaporator Fan
through hole as needed to gain clearance for fan plug.
The evaporator fan is responsible for circulating warm air
from the refrigeration zone, past the evaporator and back
7. Remove internal wine racks.
into the refrigerated zone.
8. Remove the mounting screws from the rear only of the
The evaporator fan is factory set to have a 1 minute delay
slide assemblies. The slides can pivot down from the
at the beginning of a cooling cycle. This delay gives the
front mounting screws providing ample space to
evaporator time to cool properly before warm air is passed
remove evaporator cover.
over it. The fan will continue to run for an additional 2
minutes at the end of a cooling cycle. Fan delay times can
be modified through the service menu.
Evaporator fan operation is also determined by door
switch state. If the door switch circuit opens, the fan will
9. Remove thermistor cover.
10.Remove two evaporator cover screws from top of
evaporator cover.
stop. When the door switch circuit is closed the fan will
either continue running with the cooling cycle, or if not
currently cooling, the fan will run for 1 minute to circulate
air and clear any condensation that may have appeared
on glass doors and shelves.
Note: If the unit is set to sabbath mode, the evaporator
Evaporator Cover
Screws
fan will no longer respond to the state of the door switch.
In order to operate efficiently, the evaporator fan blade
and vents should be unobstructed and free of any dust
buildup.
Evaporator Fan Replacement
Should the evaporator fan need to be replaced follow the
11.Grasp evaporator cover, pull the top forward and up as
bottom of cover is installed behind the front edge of
the drain trough.
steps below.
12.While pulling the evaporator cover clear of the unit, it
1. Remove any product from the unit.
may be necessary to use your free hand to manipulate
the fan plug end through the pass-through hole.
2. Uninstall unit.
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13.Remove the 4 screws mounting the fan shroud to the
evaporator cover.
Air Flow
14.Remove and replace fan. Take special care to properly
route fan wire.
NOTICE
Fan must be oriented to pull air in through lower
evaporator cover vents and push air out at fan
mounting location.
15.Installation is the reverse of removal.
16.Care must be taken to assure the bottom of the
evaporator cover is reinstalled behind the front edge of
the drain trough.
17.Use sealant gum to seal any openings at rear of unit
before reinstalling rear cover.
18.Reinstall unit taking care to level, space and secure as
found.
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