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Randell 20000-513 Manual
PART NUMBER PP MNL1712, REV. A (09/18)
This manual provides information for:
OPERATOR MANUAL
20000 SERIES SELF-CONTAINED
LOW PROFILE EQUIPMENT TABLES
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, KEEP FOR OPERATOR
1055 Mendell Davis Drive, Jackson, MS 39272
888-994-7636, fax 888-864-7636
unifiedbrands.net
THIS MANUAL MUST BE RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. READ,
UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS
CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
FOR YOUR SAFETY Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death. Read the
installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before
installing or servicing this equipment.
NOTICE: Due to a continuous program of product improvement, Unified Brands
reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications without prior notice.
NOTIFY CARRIER OF DAMAGE AT ONCE It is the responsibility of the
consignee to inspect the container upon receipt of same and to determine
the possibility of any damage, including concealed damage. Unified
Brands suggests that if you are suspicious of damage to make a notation
on the delivery receipt. It will be the responsibility of the consignee to file
a claim with the carrier. We recommend that you do so at once.
MODEL NUMBER _________________________
Manufacture Service/Questions 888-994-7636.
NOTICE: Please read the entire manual carefully before installation. If certain
recommended procedures are not followed, warranty claims will be denied.
SERIAL NUMBER _________________________
INSTALLATION DATE ______________________
The serial number is located in the mechanical
housing. An example is shown here.
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
MODEL
LENGTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
DRAWERS
12x20x4
PAN CAPACITY
HP
VOLT
AMPS
NEMA
SHIP WT
(LBS)
20048-513
48"
32.5"
26"
(2) 27"
4
1/4
115
6
5-15P
400
20048-32-513
53"
32.5"
26"
(2) 32"
4
1/4
115
6
5-15P
400
20072-513
72"
32.5"
26"
(4) 27"
8
1/3
115
7.4
5-15P
530
20072-32-513
82"
32.5"
26"
(2) 32"
8
1/3
115
7.4
5-15P
530
20078-513
78"
32.5"
26"
(4) 27"
8
1/3
115
7.4
5-15P
530
20105-513
105"
32.5"
26"
(6) 27"
12
1/2
115
12
5-15P
675
20105-32-513
120"
32.5"
26"
(6) 32"
12
1/2
115
12
5-15P
950
Information contained in this document is known to be current and accurate at the time of printing/creation. Unified Brands recommends
referencing our product line websites, unifiedbrands.net, for the most updated product information and specifications. © 2018 Unified Brands.
All Rights Reserved. Unified Brands is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dover Corporation.
INSTALLATION
SELECTING A LOCATION FOR YOUR NEW UNIT
The following conditions should be considered when selecting a location for
your unit:
1. Floor Load: The area on which the unit will rest must be level, free of
vibration, and suitably strong enough to support the combined weights of
the unit plus the maximum product load weight. All casters or legs must in
contact with the floor. Adjust legs or add shims to casters for uneven floor
surfaces. NOTE: Randell’s Low Profile Equipment Stands are designed to
support the weight of standard cooking equipment, such as griddles, fryers,
and cook top ranges. For non-standard cooking equipment or if there is a
question pertaining to weight load limits, consult the factory at 1-888-9947636.
2. Clearance: There must be a combined total of at least 3” clearance on all
sides of the unit. A minimum of 4” clearance is required between cooking
appliance and equipment stand.
3. Ventilation: The air cooled self contained unit requires a sufficient amount
of cool clean air. Avoid surrounding your equipment stand around other heat
generating equipment and out of direct sunlight. Also, avoid locating in an
unheated room or where the room temperature may drop below 70°F (21°C)
or above 86°F (32°C).
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTALLATION GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
MAY VOID THE WARRANTY ON YOUR UNIT.
After the final location has been determined, refer to the following checklist prior
to start-up:
1. Check all exposed refrigeration lines to ensure that they are not kinked,
dented, or rubbing together.
2. Check that the condenser and evaporator fans rotate freely without striking
any stationary members.
3. Unit must be properly leveled; check all legs or casters to ensure they all are
in contact with the floor while maintaining a level work surface. Adjusting
bullet feet heights or shimming casters may be necessary if the floor is
not level. NOTE: Damage to equipment may result if not followed. Unified
Brands is not responsible for damage to equipment if improperly installed.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
WARNING: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT A VOLTAGE READING BE MADE AT THE COMPRESSOR
MOTOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS, WHILE THE UNIT IS IN OPERATION
TO VERIFY THE CORRECT VOLTAGE REQUIRED BY THE COMPRESSOR IS
BEING SUPPLIED. LOW OR HIGH VOLTAGE CAN DETRIMENTALLY AFFECT
OPERATION AND THEREBY VOID ITS WARRANTY.
WARNING: IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOUR UNIT HAS ITS OWN DEDICATED LINE.
CONDENSING UNITS ARE DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH A VOLTAGE
FLUCTUATION OF PLUS OR MINUS 10% OF THE VOLTAGE INDICATED ON THE
UNIT DATA TAG. BURN OUT OF A CONDENSING UNIT DUE TO EXCEEDING
VOLTAGE LIMITS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
The wiring should be done by a qualified electrician in accordance with local
electrical codes. A properly wired and grounded outlet will assure proper
operation. Please consult the data tag attached to the compressor to ascertain
the correct electrical requirements. Supply voltage and amperage requirements
are located on the serial number tag located inside the mechanical housing.
OPERATION
MECHANICAL COMPARTMENT
WARNING: EVEN THOUGH YOUR EQUIPMENT STAND WAS DESIGNED FOR HEAVY
USE, EXCESSIVE DRAWER OPENINGS SHOULD BE AVOIDED IN ORDER
TO MAINTAIN PROPER CABINET TEMPERATURE AND ELIMINATE THE
POSSIBILITY OF COIL FREEZE-UP.
Randell has attempted to preset the cold controls to ensure that your unit runs
at an optimum temperature, but due to varying ambient conditions, including
elevation, food product as well as type of operation, you may need to alter this
temperature.
It is strongly recommended that the drawers be kept closed when the unit is not
in use and between rush periods. This is especially important in the summer
and in kitchens exceeding 86°F. Do not leave the drawers open for prolonged
periods of time.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Your equipment stand was equipped with a temperature adjustment control
located within the cabinet on the front face of the evaporator coil behind the
thermometer (Note: The left set of drawers or center set for a 6 drawer unit must
be removed to access the temperature adjustment control).
4. Plug in unit and turn on main on/off power switch.
To adjust the temperature in refrigerated units:
5. Allow unit time to cool down to temperature. If temperature adjustments
are required, the temperature control is located within the cabinet on the
front face of the evaporator coil behind the thermometer (Note: The left set
of drawers or center set for a 6 drawer unit must be removed to access the
temperature adjustment control).
1. To lower the temperature:
6. Refer to the front of this manual for serial number location. Please record
this information in your manual on page 3 now. It will be necessary when
ordering replacement parts or requesting warranty service.
a. Turn the dial knob clockwise.
b. There are numbers to indicate settings. Keep the arrow on the knob
pointed within the numbered section of the arc.
c. Turning it clockwise beyond the numbered section can result in freeze-up.
2. To raise the temperature:
a. Turn the dial knob counterclockwise.
7. Confirm that the unit is holding temperature. Set controls to desired
temperature for your particular ambient and altitude.
b. There are numbers to indicate settings. Keep the arrow on the knob
pointed within the numbered section of the arc.
8. Allow your unit to operate for approximately 2 hours before putting in food to
allow interior of unit to cool down to storage temperature. NOTE: All motors
are oiled and sealed.
c. Turning it counterclockwise beyond the numbered section will shut the
compressor off.
NOTE: It is not recommended to turn the dial above 8 or below 1 on the
temperature control. If the adjustments still do not result in proper temperature
please contact the factory at 1-888-994-7636.
3. If your temperature control is at the maximum setting and the cabinet
temperature still remains too low or too high, you may need to adjust the
pressure control.
a. Turn the right adjustment screw clockwise (1/4 turn at a time) to a lower
number for a colder temperature.
b. Turn the right adjustment screw counterclockwise (1/4 turn at a time) to a
higher number for a warmer temperature.
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NOTE: Numbers on pressure control are pounds of pressure, not degrees F.
NOTE: Do not adjust the differential screw.
DRAWER REMOVAL
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: DO NOT USE SHARP UTENSILS AND/OR OBJECTS.
1. Fully extend the drawer that is to be removed.
WARNING: DO NOT USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES, SCRAPERS, OR CHLORIDE
CLEANERS TO CLEAN YOUR STAINLESS STEEL.
2. Remove product pans from drawer.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANING SOLVENTS, AND NEVER USE
HYDROCHLORIC ACID (MURIATIC ACID) ON STAINLESS STEEL.
3. Lift up the drawer stop tabs on each side of drawer track.
4. Pull drawer out while lifting the tabs.
WARNING: DO NOT PRESSURE WASH EQUIPMENT AS DAMAGE TO ELECTRICAL
COMPONENTS MAY RESULT.
Unified Brands strongly suggests a preventive maintenance program which would
include the following monthly procedures:
If a failure of the equipment is a direct result of any of the Preventative Maintenance
guidelines being neglected, the repairs and parts replacements will not be covered
under warranty.
It is recommended that the customer contact the local Authorized Service Agent to
provide a quote to perform periodic Preventative Maintenance.
MONTHLY PM PROCEDURES
1. Cleaning of all condenser coils. Condenser coils are a critical component in
the life of the compressor and must remain clean to assure proper air flow and
heat transfer. Failure to maintain this heat transfer will affect unit performance
and eventually destroy the compressor. Clean the condenser coils with coil
cleaner and/or a vacuum, cleaner and brush. NOTE: Brush coil in direction of
fins, normally vertically as to not damage or restrict air from passing through
condenser.
2. Clean fan blade on the condensing unit.
3. Clean and disinfect drains with a solution of warm water and mild detergent
4. Clean and disinfect drain lines and evaporator pan with a solution of warm
water and mild detergent
DRAWER INSTALLATION
To remove and re-install individual drawers and drawer tracks, please refer to the
figure above for proper installation instructions.
DRAWER CARTRIDGE SYSTEM REMOVAL
Drawer cartridge system has a single plate in rear to hold in place. To remove the
entire drawer system, unscrew the thumb screws on rear wall to detach system
from the plate. See figures below.
5. Clean all gaskets on a weekly if not daily basis with a solution of warm water
and a mild detergent to extend gasket life.
6. Remove debris from drawer slides.
RECOMMENDED CLEANERS FOR YOUR STAINLESS STEEL INCLUDE THE
FOLLOWING:
JOB
CLEANING AGENT
COMMENTS
Routine cleaning
Soap, ammonia,
detergent Medallion
Apply with a sponge or
cloth
Fingerprints and smears
Arcal 20, Lac-O-Nu,
Ecoshine
Provides a barrier film
Stubborn stains and
discoloration
Cameo, Talc, Zud,
First Impression
Rub in the direction of
the polish lines
Greasy and fatty acids, blood,
burnt-on foods
Easy-Off, Degrease It,
Oven Aid
Excellent removal on all
finishes
Grease and Oil
Any good commercial
detergent
Apply with a sponge or
cloth
Restoration/Preservation
Benefit, Super Sheen
Good idea monthly
Reference: Nickel Development Institute, Diversey Lever, Savin, Ecolab, NAFEM
Proper maintenance of equipment is the ultimate necessity in preventing costly
repairs. By evaluating each unit on a regular schedule, you can often catch
and repair minor problems before they completely disable the unit and become
burdensome on your entire operation.
For more information on preventive maintenance, consult your local service
company or CFESA member. Most repair companies offer this service at very
reasonable rates to allow you the time you need to run your business along with
the peace of mind that all your equipment will last throughout its expected life.
These services often offer guarantees as well as the flexibility in scheduling or
maintenance for your convenience. For a complete listing of current Unified Brands
ASA please visit www.unifiedbrands.net.
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Unified Brands believes strongly in the products it manufactures and backs those
products with one of the best warranties in the industry. We believe with the
proper maintenance and use, you will realize a profitable return on your investment
and years of satisfied service.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
TROUBLESHOOTING
This unit is designed to operate smoothly and efficiently if properly maintained.
However, the following is a list of checks to make in the event of a problem. Wiring diagrams are found at the end of this manual. When in doubt, turn unit off
and call for service at 888-994-7636 or tsrandell@unifiedbrands.net.
SYMPTOM
To order parts, contact your Authorized Service Agent. Supply the model
designation, serial number, part description, part number, quantity, and when
applicable, voltage and phase.
CONTACT US
Unit does not run
If you have questions pertaining to the content in this manual, contact Unified
Brands at 888-994-7636 or tsrandell@unifiedbrands.net.
Unit short cycles
Unit runs constantly
1. No power to unit
2. Power switch in OFF
position
3. Temperature control
turned off
4. Temperature control
faulty
5. Compressor overheated
6. Condenser fan faulty
7. Overload protector
faulty
8. Compressor relay faulty
9. Compressor faulty
1. Plug in unit
2. Switch power switch to
ON
3. Check temperature control
4. Test temperature control
5. Clean condenser coil
6. Service condenser fan
7. Test overload
8. Test relay
9. Call for service at 888994-7636
1.
2.
3.
4.
Condenser coil dirty
Condenser fan faulty
Compressor faulty
Overload repeatedly
tripping
1. Clean coil
2. Service fan and motor
3. Call for service at 888994-7636
4. Check outlet voltage
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Condenser coil dirty
Condenser fan faulty
Room ambient too high
Room humidity too high
Frost build up
Door gasket damaged
Poor door seal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Clean coil
Service condenser motor
Reduce room temperature
Set room lower
Defrost evaporator
Replace door gasket
Check door seal
1. Adjust control to lower
setting
2. Test control
3. Clean coil
4. Call for service at 888994-7636
5. Reduce room temperature
6. Set room lower
7. Replace door gasket
8. Check door seal
9. Service evaporator fan
10. Defrost evaporator, Test
defrost timer, Test ThermO-Disc, Test defrost timer
Unit too cold
1. Temperature control set
too low
2. Temperature control
faulty
1. Adjust control to raise
setting
2. Test control
Unit noisy
1. Compressor mountings
loose or hardened
2. Condenser fan
damaged or hitting fan
shroud
3. Unit not level
4. Evaporator fan
damaged or hitting fan
shroud
1. Tighten or replace
compressor mountings
2. Inspect condenser fan
3. Adjust leveling feet
4. Inspect evaporator fan
Unit does not defrost
1. Defrost heater faulty
2. Defrost Therm-O-Disc
faulty
3. Defrost timer faulty
1. Test heater
2. Test Therm-O-Disc
3. Test timer
1. Breaker strip faulty
2. Frame heater faulty
3. Temperature control set
too low
1. Inspect strips
2. Call for service at 888994-7636
3. Adjust control to raise
setting
1. Drain tube clogged
2. Unit not level
1. Clean drain
2. Adjust leveling feet
Moisture around
door or frame
Ice in drain pain or
water in bottom of
unit or floor
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PROCEDURE
1. Temperature control set
too high
2. Temperature control
faulty
3. Condenser coil dirty
4. Refrigerant leaking or
contaminated
5. Room ambient too high
6. Room humidity too high
7. Door gasket damaged
8. Poor door seal
9. Evaporator fan faulty
10. Evaporator iced up
Unit not cold enough
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POSSIBLE CAUSE
DRAWER
CALL FACTORY FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS:
888-994-7636
ITEM
SERVICE PART
1
1A
1B
2
2A
2B
3
4
4A
4B
5
5A
5B
6
6A
6B
6C
6D
7
8
RP FRT05T
RP FRT118
RP FRT35T
RP FRT05B
RP FRT119
RP FRT35B
RP TRK05SM
RP FRM127E
RP FRM019
RP FRM132E
RP MPT027
RP MPT019
RP MPT032
IN GSK1070
IN GSK1081
IN GSK1075
IN GSK195
IN GSK196
HD HDL130
HD THR9901
DESCRIPTION
Drawer Front, 27”, Top
Drawer Front, 19”, Top
Drawer Front, 32”, Top
Drawer Front, 27”, Bottom
Drawer Front, 19”, Bottom
Drawer Front, 32”, Bottom
Drawer Track, 2pc. Set (Jan 1997-present)
Drawer Frame, 27” Extendable
Drawer Frame, 19” Non-extendable
Drawer Frame, 32” Extendable
Mounting Plate for 27” Drawer
Mounting Plate for 19” Drawer
Mounting Plate for 32” Drawer
Drawer Gasket, 27” DR. FR. 24.75 X 7.25 PRESS IN
Drawer Gasket, 19” DR. FT. 16.75 X 7.25 PRESS IN
Drawer Gasket, 32” DR. FT. 29.75 X 7.25 PRESS IN
Drawer Gasket, 27” DR. FT. 24.75 X 7.25 SCREW IN
Drawer Gasket, 32” DR. FT. 29.75 X 7.25 SCREW IN
Sculptured Handle, 12-13/16”
Dial Thermometer
* = NOT SHOWN
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Parts List
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BASE UNIT
CALL FACTORY FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS:
888-994-7636
ITEM
SERVICE PART
1
1A
1B
1C
2
3
4
5
6
7
7A
7B
HD CST030
HD CST031
HD CST0213
HD CST0212
RP KIT0412
HD LEG9902
EL WIR461
EL SWT0502
EL WIR469
RP LVR0321
RP LVR0505
RP LVR0322
DESCRIPTION
4 ½” Heavy Duty Casters w/locking mechanism
4 ½” Heavy Duty Casters w/out locking mechanism
5 ½” Heavy Duty Casters w/locking mechanism
5 ½” Heavy Duty Casters w/out locking mechanism
Caster Shim Plate (20pc)
6” Stainless Steel Legs w/adjustable bullet feet
Power Cord, Male 9’
Rocker On/Off Switch
Power Cord, Female 12”
Mechanical Housing Louver, 20048SC & 20072SC only
Mechanical Housing Louver, 20078SC only
Mechanical Housing Louver, 20105SC only
* = NOT SHOWN
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Parts List
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EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY
CALL FACTORY FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS:
888-994-7636
ITEM
SERVICE PART
1
2
3
4
5
6
6A
7
RP BRK006
EL MTR2338
HD CNT200
RP DRP107
RF VLV200
RP COI107
RP CSY0401
RP PNL107
DESCRIPTION
Mounting Support Bracket for Coil Assembly
Evaporator Fan Motor w/ blade (April 1998 – Present)
Dial Temperature Control
Evaporator drain pan –Plastic Bottom 18.25 X 4.25 (Ref only)
TXV Valve for Coil Assembly 134A
Evaporator Coil
Evaporator Coil Assembly, Refrigerated Units only
Shield Panel for Coil assembly
* = NOT SHOWN
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Parts List
OM-20000 SERIES LOW PROFILE EQUIPMENT TABLES
CONDENSER ASSEMBLY
CALL FACTORY FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS:
888-994-7636
ITEM
SERVICE PART
1
1A
1B
1C
2
2A
2B
2C
3
3A
4
5
5A
5B
6
7
RF CMP010-134
RF CMP020-134P
RF CMP0104P
RF CMP200-134P
RF CON0004
RF CON0113
RF CON0006
RF CON502
RF ASY1200P
EL MTR0102
RF BLD0101
RP SHD0505
RP SHD0506
RP SHD0507
RP CNT0207
RP BRK0509
DESCRIPTION
Compressor, 20048SC
Compressor, 20072SC, 20078SC
Compressor, 20105SC
Compressor, 20105SC-32, 20114SC
Condensing Unit, 20048SC
Condensing Unit, 20072SC, 20078SC
Condensing Unit, 20105SC
Condensing Unit, 20105SC-32, 20114SC
Condenser Fan Motor Assy, 20048SC, 20072SC, 20078SC – AFTER Jan 2013
Condenser Fan Motor, 20105SC, 20105SC-32
Condenser Fan Blade, 20048SC, 20072SC, 20078SC, 20105SC
Condensing Unit Shroud, 20048SC
Condensing Unit Shroud, 20072SC, 20078SC
Condensing Unit Shroud, 20105SC
Dixell Temperature Control for Rail
Dixell Mounting Housing Bracket
* = NOT SHOWN
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Parts List
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Wiring Diagram
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Service Log
Model No:
Purchased From:
Serial No:
Location:
Date Purchased:
Date Installed:
Purchase Order No:
For Service Call:
Date
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Maintenance Performed
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