Master-Bilt Fusion MBBC Series Bottle Coolers Manual

Master-Bilt Fusion MBBC Series Bottle Coolers Manual
BOTTLE COOLERS
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions
INSPECTION
When the equipment is received, all items should be carefully checked against the Bill of Lading
to ensure all crates and cartons have been received. Do not sign the freight bill clear until the
freight has been properly inspected for damage. All units should be inspected for damage
including concealed damage by uncrating immediately. If any damage is found, it should be
reported to the carrier at once, noted on the Bill of Lading and a claim should be filed with the
carrier. This equipment has been inspected and tested in the manufacturing facility and has
been crated in accordance with transportation rules and guidelines. The manufacturer is not
responsible for freight loss or damages.
INSTALLATION
CAUTION: This unit uses a flammable refrigerant. Use care when handling and operating
to avoid damaging the refrigerant tubing or increasing the risk of a leak.
After removing the unit from the packaging, clean the interior and exterior surfaces of the unit
with soap and water and a rinse with clean water. Do not use chlorinated cleaners on the
surfaces as they can cause corrosion.
This unit is designed for indoor use only. Be sure to locate the unit where the floor can support
the weight of the unit and product installed inside of it. The refrigeration system located at the
bottom right of the unit requires free air access for proper operation. Allow a minimum of seven
(7) inches between the back of the cabinet and the wall. Do not locate the unit next to heat
generating equipment or in direct sunlight.
Confirm that the proposed electrical outlet has the correct voltage, frequency and current
carrying capacity for the requirements of the unit. This information is noted on the data plate on
the inside left wall of the unit. The unit should be isolated on a circuit. Do not use an extension
cord to get power to the unit. Improper electrical installations will void the compressor warranty.
To prevent shock and fire, be sure the unit is properly grounded.
Local health codes may require that the unit be sealed to the floor with an NSF approved
silicone sealant if it is not on legs or casters. After the unit is set in its desired location, simply
apply a bead of sealant around the base of the unit and smooth it out.
The product dividers are packaged inside the unit. The product dividers are shipped installed.
They can be relocated to your desired position by using the extra bushings located inside the
cabinet. The dividers are spring loaded. Push the divider towards the back of the cabinet to
release it from the front bushings then swing the front to one side and remove from the rear
bushings. Reverse this procedure to re-install in a new location.
The cap catcher is also shipped inside the cabinet. The cap catcher is to be installed on the
right front of the cabinet using the two mounting screws on the cabinet and the two keyhole slots
on the back of the cap catcher. Loosen the screws and slide the cap catcher over them. Leave
the screws loose so the cap catcher can be removed for emptying.
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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
All service should be performed by factory authorized personnel. All component parts
will be replaced with like components to minimize the risk of possible ignition due to
incorrect parts or improper service.
This cooler is designed to maintain your product temperature within the most desirable range of
+34°F to +38°F. You can expect this temperature with the proper temperature control setting
and in a normal environment. It is important to remember that when the product is delivered, it
must be placed inside the cooler as soon as possible to avoid excessive warm up. If this
happens, it may take many hours for the temperature to be reduced to the desirable range.
The temperature controller is located on the inside back wall of the unit. Turn the control
clockwise for cooler temperatures and counterclockwise for warmer temperatures. Allow the unit
several hours to respond to temperature control adjustments.
When loading the cabinet with product, do not block the air flow path at the back. Blocking the
air flow may decrease performance. Maintain clearance between the contents and air duct for
best performance.
This equipment is intended for the storage and display of non-potentially hazardous bottled or
canned products only.
Cleaning
Beginning with the initial installation, the interior surfaces of the cabinet should be periodically
cleaned with a solution of warm water and baking soda. This solution will remove any odors
from spillage that has occurred. The exterior of the cabinet should also be cleaned frequently
with a commercial stainless steel cleaner, glass cleaner or mild soap solution. Do not use
chlorinated cleaners on any surfaces.
Note: do not use stainless steel cleaners or other solvent-based chemicals on the plastic parts
(door handle or trim strips) as they can cause failure. Use mild soap and warm water on plastic
parts.
The product dividers can be cleaned in a sink with a mild soap solution and a soft bristled brush.
Periodically the unit should be emptied and cleaned out. There is a drain in the floor of the
cabinet that drains to a drain hose on the back of the cabinet in the compressor compartment.
Be sure to use this drain line for cleaning out the cabinet interior.
Condenser Coil
Prior to cleaning the condenser coil disconnect the unit from power. Periodic cleaning of the
condenser coil will aid the heat transfer of the refrigeration system and increase its efficiency.
To accomplish this, remove the lower front grill from the cabinet. The condenser coil is located
behind the grill. Use a soft bristled brush to remove any dirt particles that are on the fins of the
condenser coil. Use a vacuum cleaner or compressed air to remove the loosened particles.
Replace the front grill and reconnect the unit to power. Failure to clean the condenser coil can
lead to performance loss and compressor failure.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Remedy
· Check the power cord and make sure it is plugged in and has power.
Compressor will
not start
· Check the temperature controller. If it is in the “OFF” position, turn it clockwise to
set a desired temperature.
· Move the unit from direct sunlight.
· Move the unit away from heating devices.
· Install the unit in a well ventilated place, with at least 2 inches of clearance on all
Poor performance
sides.
· Clean the condenser if heavy dust is collected.
· Clear contents from blocking the inside air duct.
· Check the temperature controller for correct setting.
· Check the covers and be sure they are completely closed.
· Install the unit on a level solid surface.
· Maintain 2 inches of clearance from the wall.
Unit noisy
· Check for loose parts or mounting.
· Keep the tubing free from any contact to avoid rattle.
Condensation on
cabinet exterior
and/or floor
· Reduce humidity where the unit is installed.
· Check the drain line to make sure it is not disconnected inside the cabinet and it
drains into the drain pan in the compressor area.
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
# Dividers
Electrical
Amps
NEMA Plug
HP
12 oz. Can
Capacity
Refrigerant
BC50
3
115/60/1
3.5
5-15P
3/8
857
R290
BC65
4
115/60/1
3.5
5-15P
3/8
1191
R290
BC80
5
115/60/1
3.5
5-15P
3/8
1575
R290
BC95
6
115/60/1
3.5
5-15P
3/8
1893
R290
Above specifications are subject to change without prior notice for quality improvement.
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BC SERIES PARTS LIST
ITEM NO.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
28
30
34
37
38
39
40
41
47
50
51
52
53
56
PART NAME and DESCRIPTION
DOOR RAIL LEFT
DOOR RAIL FRONT
DOOR RAIL FRONT
DOOR RAIL FRONT
DOOR RAIL FRONT
DOOR RAIL BRACKET LEFT OR RIGHT
AIR GUIDE BRACKET
DOOR RAIL BRACKET FRONT
DOOR RAIL BRACKET FRONT
DOOR RAIL BRACKET FRONT
DOOR RAIL BRACKET FRONT
DOOR RAIL RIGHT
DUCT BRACKET
DUCT GUIDE LEFT
DUCT GUIDE RIGHT
EVAP FAN MOTOR
EVAP FAN BLADE
EVAP COIL ASSY (R134a units)
EVAP COIL ASSY (R290 units)
EVAP COIL ASSY (R134a units)
EVAP COIL ASSY (R290 units)
DRAIN GUIDE
DRAIN GUIDE
EVAP DRAIN ELBOW A
EVAP DRAIN ELBOW B
UNIT COOLER DUCT 50
UNIT COOLER DUCT 65
UNIT COOLER DUCT 80 (R134a UNITS)
UNIT COOLER DUCT 80 (R290 UNITS)
UNIT COOLER DUCT 95 (R134a UNITS)
UNIT COOLER DUCT 95 (R290 UNITS)
EVAP FAN COVER
EVAP FAN COVER (R134A UNITS)
EVAP FAN COVER (R290 UNITS)
SHELF/DIVIDER BUSHINGS
SHELF/DIVIDER SPRING
SHELF/DIVIDER
THERMOSTAT CONTROL ASSY (R134a UNITS)
THERMOSTAT CONTROL ASSY (R290 UNITS)
OPENER COVER ASSY
CAPILLARY TUBE (R134a UNITS)
HEAT EXCHANGER (CAP TUBE/SUCTION LINE) (R290 UNITS)
COMPRESSOR SK1A1C-L2W (R134a UNITS)
COMPRESSOR (R290 UNITS)
COMPRESSOR ELECTRONIC KIT (R134a UNITS)
COMPRESSOR ELECTRONIC KIT (R290 UNITS)
DRYER (R134a UNITS)
DRYER (R290 UNITS)
CONDENSER 50, 65, 80, 95
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR BLADE
CABINET BASE
FRONT GRILL
EVA CENTER GUIDE
DOOR 50
DOOR 65 & 95
DOOR 80
SIDE COVER
TOP BRACKET 1
TOP BRACKET 2
DOOR LOCK KEY
FAN CONTROL PCB KIT
CASTERS (4) 2 LOCKING & 2 NON-LOCKING PLATE TYPE
CASTERS (6) 3 LOCKING & 3 NON-LOCKING PLATE TYPE
DOOR LOCK W/KEY
4
BC50
X
X
2
2
X
BC65
X
X
2
2
X
X
2
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
42
3
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
57
4
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
2
2
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
BC80
X
X
2
2
X
BC95
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
3
3
X
X
X
X
X
3
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
90
5
5
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
102
6
6
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
3
3
X
2
X
2
3
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
PART NO.
157656
157658
157659
157660
157661
157662
157663
157665
157666
157667
157668
157669
157670
157671
157672
145709
145710
149824
161790
157678
161799
157682
157683
157684
157685
157687
157688
157689
161800
157690
161801
157694
157695
161802
157696
157697
157698
157703
161803
159158
159160
161805
150311
161767
150312
161768
159166
161786
159170
145751
145749
159178
159180
159182
159190
159192
159194
159199
159201
159202
160743
161579
160620
160621
161560
4/19 Rev. M 143593
EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST – BC50 & BC65
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EXPLODED VIEW PARTS LIST - BC80 & BC95
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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