Marvel MPDR424-IS71A User manual

Marvel MPDR424-IS71A User manual

OWNERS GUIDE

MARVEL PROFESSIONAL UNDERCOUNTER REFRIGERATION

F O R M O D E L # M P D R 4 2 4

T H E O R I G I N A L R E F R I G E R AT I O N E X P E RT S S I N C E 1 8 9 2

WELCOME

Welcome to the Marvel Experience

Thank you for choosing our quality American-built product to add to your home. We are thrilled to welcome you to our growing community of Marvel owners, who trust in our products and our support.

The information in this guide is intended to help you install and maintain your new Marvel undercounter model to protect and prolong its lifetime. We encourage you to contact our Technical Support team at (616) 754-5601 with any questions.

Got a Marvelous Design?

We would love to see how your Marvel product looks in its new home. Send us photos at [email protected], and we might feature your Marvel home design on our website and social media!

Bonus Third-Year Warranty Free with Product

Registration

Your Marvel Professional product qualifies for a one-year extension of the two-year warranty coverage from your date of purchase, free of charge. To take advantage of this third-year warranty, be sure to register your product with Marvel within

60 days from the date of purchase at marvelrefrigeration.com and provide proof of purchase.

Thank you again for investing in Marvel for your home!

Warranty Registration

It is important you send in your warranty registration card immediately after taking delivery of your appliance or you can register online at www.marvelrefrigeration.com.

The following information will be required when registering your appliance.

Service Number

Serial Number

Date of Purchase

Dealer’s name and address

Online registration available at www.marvelrefrigeration.com

The service number and serial number can be found on the serial plate which is located inside the cabinet on the left side near the top. See figure 1.

MARVEL

XXXXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXXXX

R600A

Figure 1 g

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Tip

: Click on any section below to jump directly there

Safety

Important Safety Instructions

Control Operation - Service

Thermistor

Warranty

Installation

Unpacking Your Appliance

Electrical

Cutout & Product Dimensions

Installing Your Appliance

Side-by-Side & Stacking Installations

Installing the anti-tip device

Drawer Divider

Integrated Panel Dimensions

Integrated Panel Installation

Maintenance

Care and Cleaning

Extended Non-Use

Operating Instructions

Using Your Electronic Control

Energy Savng Tips

Service

Obtaining Service

Wire Diagram

Product Liability

Ordering Replacement Parts

R600a Specifications

System Diagnosis Guide

Compressor Specifications

Troubleshooting Extended

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Important Safety Instructions

Warnings and safety instructions appearing in this guide are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. Common sense, caution, and care must be exercised when installing, maintaining, or operat ing this appliance.

Recognize Safety Symbols,

Words, and Labels.

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WARNING

WARNING -

You can be killed or seriously injured if you do not follow these instructions.

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CAUTION

CAUTION-

Hazards or unsafe practices which could result in personal injury or property / product damage.

NOTE

NOTE-

Important information to help assure a problem free installation and operation.

!

WARNING

State of California Proposition 65 Warning:

This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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WARNING

State of California Proposition 65 Warning:

This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer.

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WARNING

WARNING - 

This unit contains R600a (Isobutane) which is a flammable hydrocarbon. It is safe for regular use. Do not use sharp objects to expedite defrosting.

Do not damage refrigerant circuit.

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UNPACKING YOUR APPLIANCE

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EXCESSIVE WEIGHT HAZARD

Use two or more people to move product.

Failure to do so can result in personal injury.

Remove Interior Packaging

Your appliance has been packed for shipment with all parts that could be damaged by movement securely fastened.

Remove internal packing materials and any tape holding internal components in place. The owners manual is shipped inside the product in a plastic bag along with the warranty registration card, and other accessory items.

Important

Keep your carton and packaging until your appliance has been thoroughly inspected and found to be in good condition. If there is damage, the packaging will be needed as proof of damage in transit. Afterwards please dispose of all items responsibly.

!

WARNING

WARNING

WARNING -

Dispose of the plastic bags which can be a suffocation hazard.

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CAUTION

If the appliance was shipped, handled, or stored in other than an upright position for any period of time, allow the appliance to sit upright for a period of at least 24 hours before plugging in. This will assure oil returns to the compressor.

Plugging the appliance in immediately may cause damage to internal parts.

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WARNING

WARNING - Help Prevent Tragedies

Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still dangerous - even if they sit out for "just a few hours".

If you are getting rid of your old refrigerator, please follow the instructions below to help prevent accidents.

Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer:

• Take off the doors or remove the drawers.

• Leave the shelves in place so children may not easily climb inside.

Note to Customer

This merchandise was carefully packed and thoroughly inspected before leaving our plant. Responsibility for its safe delivery was assumed by the retailer upon acceptance of the shipment. Claims for loss or damage sustained in transit must be made to the retailer.

NOTE

DO NOT RETURN DAMAGED MERCHANDISE TO THE

MANUFACTURER - FILE THE CLAIM WITH THE

RETAILER.

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Figure 2

Do not remove ground prong

ELECTRICAL

Electrical Connection

A grounded 115 volt, 15 amp dedicated circuit is required.

This product is factory equipped with a power supply cord that has a three-pronged, grounded plug. It must be plugged into a mating grounding type receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code and applicable local codes and ordinances (see Figure 4). If the circuit does not have a grounding type receptacle, it is the responsibility and obligation of the customer to provide the proper power supply. The third ground prong should not, under any circumstances, be cut or removed.

Figure 3

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WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard

• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.

They can be hazardous and can degrade product performance.

• This appliance should not, under any circumstances, be installed to an un-grounded electrical supply.

• Do not remove the grounding prong from the power cord. (See Figure 2).

• Do not use an adapter. (See Figure 3).

• Do not splash or spray water from a hose on the appliance. Doing so may cause an electrical shock, which may result in severe injury or death.

Figure 4

NOTE

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) are prone to nuisance tripping which will cause the appliance to shut down.

GFCI’s are generally not used on circuits with power equipment that must run unattended for long periods of time, unless required to meet local building codes and ordinances.

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CUTOUT AND PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

MODEL

MPDR424-S*31A

MPDR424-I*31A

ROUGH-IN OPENING DIMENSIONS

"A" "B" "C"

24"

(61 cm)

34-1/4" - 35-1/4"

(87 to 89.5 cm)

24"

(61 cm)

24"

(61 cm)

34-1/4" - 35-1/4"

(87 to 89.5 cm)

24"

(61 cm)

DRAWER STYLE

(S) Solid Drawer

(I) Solid Integrated Drawer (no handle)

"D"

23-7/8"

(60.6 cm)

23-7/8"

(60.6 cm)

"E"

33-5/8 - 34-5/8"

(85.4 to 88 cm)

CABINET DIMENSIONS

"F" "G"

23-5/8"

(60 cm)

26-1/8"

(66.4 cm)

33-5/8 - 34-5/8"

(85.4 to 88 cm)

22-7/8"

(58.1 cm)

-

"H"

38-1/4"

(98.4 cm)

38-1/8"

(96.8 cm)

"J"

41-1/4"

(104.8 cm)

-

Figure 6

Figure 5a

"B"

"A"

"C"

"E"

Figure 5

"D"

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If necessary to gain clearance inside the rough-in opening a hole can be cut through the adjacent cabinet and the power cord routed through this hole to a power outlet. Another way to increase the available opening depth is to recess the power outlet into the rear wall to gain the thickness of the power cord plug. Not all recessed outlet boxes will work for this application as they are too narrow, but a recessed outlet box equivalent to Arlington

#DVFR1W is recommended for this application,

(see Figure 6).

CUTOUT AND PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

MODEL

MPDR424

PRODUCT DATA

ELECTRICAL

REQUIREMENTS #

PRODUCT

WEIGHT

115V/60Hz/15A

140 lbs

(63.6 kg)

"D"

"G"

"F"

"E"

Figure 7

* To install (F) models with the door face flush with adja cent cabinetry doors, custom decorative panel thickness cannot exceed

3

4

" (19 mm).

** Minimum rough-in opening required is to be larger than the adjusted height of the cabinet.

# A grounded 15 amp dedicated circuit is required. Follow all local building codes when installing electrical and appliance.

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"H"

1"

(2.5 cm)

21

1

2

"

(54.6 cm)

Floor mount anti-tip bracket.

"I"

INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE

Select Location

The proper location will ensure peak performance of your appliance. We recommend a location where the unit will be out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources. To ensure your product performs to specifications, the recom mended installation location temperature range is from 55 to 100°F (13 to 38°C).

Cabinet Clearance

Ventilation is required from the bottom front of the appliance. Keep this area open and clear of any obstructions.

Adjacent cabinets and counter top can be installed around the appliance as long as the front grille remains unobstructed. All Marvel Professional models with articulated hinges are intended for built-in applications only.

An optional stacking kit, for 24" wide models, is required to stack products. Failure to use a stacking kit could result in personal injury. Contact your dealer or

Marvel customer service at 616-754-5601 to order.

For safety concerns 15" wide models should not be stacked.

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WARNING

CAUTION

Front Grille

Do not obstruct the front grille. The openings within the front grille allow air to flow through the condenser heat ex changer. Restrictions to this air flow will result in increased energy usage and loss of cooling capacity. For this reason it is important this area to not be obstructed and the grille openings kept clean. Marvel does not recommend the use of a custom made grille as air flow may be restricted. (See

Figure 8).

Front grille screws

Front Leveling

Legs

Figure 9

Rear

Leveling

Legs

Leveling Legs

Adjustable legs at the front and rear corners of the appliance should be set so the unit is firmly positioned on the floor and level from side to side and front to back. The over all height of your Marvel appliance may be adjusted higher

(by turning the leveling leg out, CCW) and lower (by turning the leveling leg in, CW).

To adjust the leveling legs, place the appliance on a solid surface and protect the floor beneath the legs to avoid scratching the floor. With the assistance of another person, lean the appliance back to access the front leveling legs.

Raise or lower the legs to the required dimension by turning the legs. Repeat this process for the rear by tilting the appliance forward using caution. On a level surface check the appliance for levelness and adjust accordingly.

The front grille screws may be loosened and the grille adjusted to the desired height. When adjustment is complete tighten the two front grille screws. (See Figure 9).

Figure 8

Front grille, keep this area open.

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SIDE-BY-SIDE AND STACKING INSTALLATIONS

Side-by-Side Installation

Other Site Requirements

Units must operate from separate, properly grounded electrical receptacles placed according to each unit's electrical specifications requirements.

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.

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.

Figure 12

Figure 10

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.

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.

Figure 13

Figure 11

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INSTALLING THE ANTI TIP DEVICE

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WARNING

• ALL APPLIANCES CAN TIP

RESULTING IN INJURY.

• INSTALL THE ANTI-TIP

BRACKET PACKED WITH

THE APPLIANCE.

• FOLLOW THE INSTRUC-

TIONS BELOW

Anti-Tip

Bracket

21

1

2

"

(54.6 cm)

Leveling Leg

Bottom View of

Beverage

Center

Front of cabinet

Anti-Tip Device

Figure 14

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WARNING

If your beverage center is not located under a counter top (free standing), you must use an anti-tip device installed as per these instructions. If the beverage center is removed from its location for any reason, make sure that the device is properly engaged with the anti-tip bracket when you push the beverage center back into the original location. If the device is not properly engaged, there is a risk of the beverage center tipping over, with the potential for property damage or personal injury.

NOTE

If installing on a concrete floor, concrete fasteners are required, (not included with the anti-tip kit).

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CAUTION

Any finished flooring should be protected with appropriate material to avoid damage when moving the unit.

Floor Mount Installation

The anti-tip bracket is to be located on the floor in the left or right rear corner of the wine cellar as shown in Figure 14.

Step by step instructions for locating the position of the bracket:

1) Decide where you want to place the beverage center.

Slide it into place, being careful not to damage the floor, leaving 1" (2.5 cm) of clearance from the rear wall to allow room for the anti-tip bracket.

2) Raise the rear leveling legs approximately

1

4

" (6 mm) to allow engagement with the anti-tip bracket. Level the unit by adjusting all the leveling legs as required. Turning the leveling leg counterclockwise will raise the unit and clockwise will lower the unit.

3) Make sure the beverage center is in the desired location, then mark on the floor the rear and side corner of the cabinet where the anti-tip bracket will be installed. If the installation does not allow marking the rear corner of the cabinet, then make temporary lines on the floor marking the front corner of the cabinet, excluding the door. Slide the beverage center out of the way. From the temporary line extend the sidewall line back 21

1

2

" (54.6 cm) as shown in

Figure 15.

4) Align the anti-tip bracket to the marks on the floor so the side of the bracket lines up with the side of the cabinet mark, and the "V" notches on the anti-tip bracket line up with the end of the 21

1

2

" (54.6 cm) line (Rear of cabinet line).

5) Fasten the anti-tip bracket to the floor using the supplied screw. (See Figure 15).

6) Slide the cabinet back into position, making sure the rear cabinet leveling leg slides under the anti-tip bracket engaging the slot.

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INSTALLING THE ANTI TIP DEVICE

NOTE

When the floor mounted anti-tip bracket is used the mini mum adjusted height of the cabinet is increased by

3

8

" (9 mm).

Front of cabinet line

Side of cabinet line

Rear Leveling leg

21

1

2

"

(54.6 cm)

Screw

Figure 15

Rear of cabinet line

"V" notches in bracket

Figure 15a

"V" notches in bracket

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"V" notches in bracket

DRAWER DIVIDER

Drawer Divider

The top and bottom drawer have an adjustable drawer divider. To adjust the divider, making the 4 areas larger or smaller, move the center post along the length of the rods in either direction. See Figure 16 and 16a. The divider can also be removed from the drawer.

Move rods within center post

Figure 16a

Figure 16

Top drawer

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INTEGRATED PANEL DIMENSIONS

23

3

4

"

(603 mm)

Panel thickness

14

29

32

"

(379 mm)

11

7

8

"

(302 mm)

11

32

"

(8.8 mm)

1

2

" (12.7 mm) diameter,

top drawer only

Figure 17

1"(25 mm) diameter counter bore

1

4

" (6 mm) deep

2 places,

top drawer only

.

2

3

8

"

(60 mm)

19"

(483 mm)

This side facing interior

1

3

16

"

(30 mm)

13

16

" (21 mm)

7 counterbore

16

" (12 mm) deep,

top drawer only

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INTEGRATED PANEL INSTALLATION

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CAUTION

It is important to use the factory provided grille that came with the product to assure proper air flow is maintained through the condenser. The use of a custom grille is not recommended and will void the warranty.

Full Integrated Panel Installation Instructions

Determine Wood Screw Requirements

1. A #10 pan head wood screw should be used to properly secure the integrated panel. A quantity of 16 screws are supplied with the unit in the literature pack.

2. Use only pan head screws.

3. If your integrated panel is thinner than

5

8

" (15.9 mm) you will need to purchase shorter screws. The longer screws will break through the front of the panel.

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WARNING

Electrocution Hazard

• Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the appliance until the main electrical power has been disconnected. Turning the appliance control "OFF" does not remove electrical power from the units wiring.

• Replace all parts and panels before operating.

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Figure 18

INTEGRATED PANEL INSTALLATION

Step 1: Remove Drawers from unit.

1. Begin by pulling out the top drawer. (See Figure 14).

Remove screws securing drawer to slides (See Figure

15). Pull drawer forward, lift up and out to clear clips in rear of drawer. Move drawer forward about 1" (2.5 cm) and set down on slides. At the right rear corner of the drawer disconnect the display wire harness (See Figure

14a). Remove the drawer from the unit by lifting up off of the slides. Repeat for bottom drawer but disregard the harness instructions as there is no wiring to the bottom drawer.

2. Remove the drawer divider from the drawer and remove the gasket from the drawer front. (See Figure

13). Do this by pulling the gasket out of the channel that holds it to the drawer front. This will expose the clearance holes for mounting the integrated panel.

(See Figure 17).

.35/.31

(9 mm/7.5 mm)

Figure 22

.50

(12.5)

Step 2: Size the Integrated Panel

Cut the integrated panel to the dimensions shown below in

Figure 21. On the top drawer only, drill the 2 counter-bored holes which are clearance for screw heads on the face of the top drawer and the lock hole at the bottom of the top drawer only.

Remove screws

Clips

This is also a convenient time to locate and drill the holes for your handle. Most often the handle is to match that of the surrounding cabinetry. If your handle attaches from the back-side of the custom panel, locate the mounting holes while the panel is attached to the drawer and cabinet. After the panel is removed from the drawer, drill the mounting holes from the front, to the recommended diameter of the handle manufacturer. Counter bore the back-side of the panel so the screw heads do not interfere with the surface of the drawer.

Figure 20

Gasket

Figure 21

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INTEGRATED PANEL INSTALLATION

Step 3: Attach the Integrated Panel to the

Drawer

1. Set the integrated panel on drawer front face and align edges. (See Figure 17). The custom integrated panel should be flush with the top of the drawer and centered on the width of the drawer. Clamp panel in position and mark pilot hole locations. Pick the required pilot hole size from "Table A" below and drill the pilot holes ensuring not to drill all the way through the integrated panel.

Table A: Pilot Hole Drill Sizes for Wood Screws

Material Type

Hardwood

Softwood

7

1

#8 Wood Screw

8

Diameter Pilot Hole

64

Diameter Pilot Hole

2. Insert wood screws through clearance holes and tighten to secure integrated panel.

3. Reinstall gasket into channel. Make sure the corners are fully inserted.

4. Place the drawer divider back into the drawer.

Screw clearance hole through gasket extrusion

Figure 23a

Integrated panel flush with top edge of drawer

Custom integrated panel to be centered on width of drawer.

Figure 23

Using clearance holes in gasket channel mark hole locations onto panel

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USING YOUR ELECTRONIC CONTROL

Figure 29

Electronic control

Control Function Guide

Function

ON/OFF

Adjust Temperature

Toggle Between oF / oC

Leave Interior Light On

Hide Display

Adjust Light Color

Command

Press and release.

Press or and release.

Hold and for 5 seconds.

Press and release to leave interior light on for

12 hours; press again to deactivate.

Hold and press .

Notes

Unit will immediately turn ON or OFF.

When the display is flashing, press or to adjust the set point temperature. Note: temperature displayed is the actual temperature inside unit.

The display will change units.

After 12 hours, factory default is restored; light will turn on when door is open.

Display will turn off when door is closed. Unit will continue to operate. Repeat command to turn on display.

Option Open Door Closed Door

White White

Press and hold then press and wait for

UI to flash. Once UI flashes, release and , and use the to scroll through options 0-2.

Blue Blue

White Blue

Enable Sabbath Mode

Disable Sabbath Mode

Showroom Mode

Door Alert Notification

When the door is left open for more than 30 minutes:

• will appear in display

Press and hold for 5 seconds and release.

Light will be set at full intensity when door is open, and 50% intensity when door is closed.

The oF / o C symbol will flash briefly after 5 seconds. Interior light and display will go dark and remain so until user resets mode - unit continues to operate.

Press and release. Display and interior light return to normal operation.

Hold and for 5 seconds.

• A tone will sound for several seconds every minute

The oF / o C symbol will flash. Display will be lit and interior light will function.

Unit will not cool.

Repeat command to return to normal operation.

First Use

Initial startup requires no adjustments. 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 .

• Close door to silence alert and reset

NOTE

Temperature displayed reflects actual temperature inside unit. If the temperature displayed is different than selected, the unit is progressing towards the selected temperature. Time to reach set point varies based upon ambient temperature, temperature of product loaded, door openings, etc. Marvel recommends allowing the unit to reach set points before loading.

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CARE AND CLEANING

Front Grille

Be sure that nothing obstructs the required air flow open ings in front of the cabinet. At least once or twice a year, brush or vacuum lint and dirt from the front grille area (see page 8).

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CAUTION

SHOCK HAZARD:

Disconnect electrical power from the appliance before cleaning with soap and water.

Cabinet

The painted cabinet can be washed with either a mild soap and water and thoroughly rinsed with clear water. NEVER use abrasive scouring cleaners.

Interior

Wash interior compartment with mild soap and water. Do

NOT use an abrasive cleaner, solvent, polish cleaner or undiluted detergent.

Care of Appliance

1. Avoid leaning on the door, you may bend the door hinges or tip the appliance.

2. Exercise caution when sweeping, vacuuming or mop ping near the front of the appliance. Damage to the grille can occur.

3. Periodically clean the interior of the appliance as needed.

4. Periodically check and/or clean the front grille as needed.

In the Event of a Power Failure

If a power failure occurs, try to correct it as soon as possible. Minimize the number of door openings while the power is off so as not to adversely affect the appliance's temperature.

Light assembly replacement

All models use an LED to illuminate the interior of the appliance. This component is very reliable, but should it fail, contact a qualified service technician for replacement of the

LED.

The following suggestions will minimize the cost of operating your refrigeration appliance.

1. Do not install your appliance next to a hot appliance

(cooker, dishwasher, etc.), heating air duct, or other heat sources.

2. Install product out of direct sunlight.

3. Ensure the front grille vents at front of appliance beneath door are not obstructed and kept clean to allow ventilation for the refrigeration system to expel heat.

4. Plug your appliance into a dedicated power circuit. (Not shared with other appliances).

5. When initially loading your new product, or whenever large quantities of warm contents are placed within refrigerated storage compartment, minimize door openings for the next 12 hours to allow contents to pull down to compartment set temperature.

6. Maintaining a relatively full storage compartment will require less appliance run time than an empty compartment.

7. Ensure door closing is not obstructed by contents stored in your appliance.

8. Allow hot items to reach room temperature before placing in product.

9. Minimize door openings and duration of door openings.

10. Use the warmest temperature control set temperature that meets your personal preference and provides the proper storage for your stored contents.

11. When on vacation or away from home for extended pe-

riods, set the appliance to warmest acceptable tem-

perature for the stored contents.

12. Set the control to the “off” position if cleaning the

appliance requires the door to be open for an extended

period of time.

13. For wine storage products:

When serving temperatures are not required,

return the compartment(s) set temperature to the

ideal red and white wine long term storage tem-

perature of 13°C / 55°F.

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ENERGY SAVING TIPS

The following suggestions will minimize the cost of operating your refrigeration appliance.

1. Do not install your appliance next to a hot appliance

(cooker, dishwasher, etc.), heating air duct, or other heat sources.

2. Install product out of direct sunlight.

3. Ensure the front grille vents at front of appliance beneath door are not obstructed and kept clean to allow ventilation for the refrigeration system to expel heat.

4. Plug your appliance into a dedicated power circuit. (Not shared with other appliances).

5. When initially loading your new product, or whenever large quantities of warm contents are placed within refrigerated storage compartment, minimize door openings for the next 12 hours to allow contents to pull down to compartment set temperature.

6. Maintaining a relatively full storage compartment will require less appliance run time than an empty compartment.

7. Ensure door closing is not obstructed by contents stored in your appliance.

8. Allow hot items to reach room temperature before placing in product.

9. Minimize door openings and duration of door openings.

10. Use the warmest temperature control set temperature that meets your personal preference and provides the proper storage for your stored contents.

11. When on vacation or away from home for extended pe-

riods, set the appliance to warmest acceptable tem-

perature for the stored contents.

12. Set the control to the “off” position if cleaning the

appliance requires the door to be open for an extended

period of time.

13. For wine storage products:

When serving temperatures are not required,

return the compartment(s) set temperature to the

ideal red and white wine long term storage tem-

perature of 13°C / 55°F.

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EXTENDED NON-USE

Vacation/Holiday, Prolonged Shutdown

The following steps are recommended for periods of ex tended 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 Marvel at

(616) 754-5601.

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CAUTION

Damage caused by freezing temperatures is not covered by the warranty.

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OBTAINING SERVICE

If Service is Required:

• If the product is within the first year warranty period please contact your dealer or call Marvel Customer

Service at 616.754.5601 for directions on how to obtain warranty coverage in your area.

• If the product is outside the first year warranty period,

Marvel Customer Service can provide recommendations of service centers in your area. A listing of authorized service centers is also available at www.marvelrefrigeration.com under the service and support section.

• In all correspondence regarding service, be sure to give the service number, serial number, and proof of purchase.

• Try to have information or description of nature of the problem, how long the appliance has been running, the room temperature, and any additional information that may be helpful in quickly solving the problem.

• Table "B" is provided for recording pertinent information regarding your product for future reference.

For Your Records

Date of Purchase

Dealer’s name

Dealer’s Address

Dealer’s City

Dealer’s State

Dealer’s Zip Code

Appliance Serial Number

Appliance Service Number

Date Warranty Card Sent (Must be within 10 days of purchase).

Table B

22

41015881_A

WIFI

An tenna

Dia gnostics

VC

C

Co nt rol

User

In te rfa ce

1 12

1 6 1 4 1 5

White light

(upper & lower)

Blue light

(upper & lower)

Evap fan

Evap fan

Condenser fan

Zone temp

Evap temp

Zone temp

Evap temp

Door switch 1

Door switch 2

11 22

10

Defrost Heater

Compressor / Condenser

Power In

N.C.

Neutral

FUSE

1

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Ordering Replacement Parts

Parts may be ordered online at www.partsformarvel.com

O r contact: www.marvelrefrigeration.com (Servicers choose " Login " for service account)

Phone Number: +1.

6 1 6 .754.5

6 01

NOTICE

Use only genuine Marvel replacement parts. The use of non-Marvel parts can reduce performance, damage the unit, and void the warranty.

Warranty parts will be shipped at no charge after M arvel confirms warranty status. Please provide the model, serial number, part number and part description. Some parts will require color or voltage information.

If M arvel 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 emailed to you. Please enclose a copy of the parts packing list and be sure the model and serial numbers are legible on the paperwork. Tag the part with the reported defect.

Customers and non-authorized servicers may order non­ warranty parts at www.marvelrefrigeration.com.

Authorized servicers with a servicer login may order nonwarranty parts at www.marvelrefrigeration.

com.

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Ordering Replacement Parts

Parts may be ordered online at www.partsformarvel.com

O r contact: www.marvelrefrigeration.com (Servicers choose " Login " for service account).

Phone Number: ( 6 1 6 ) 754-5 6 01

NOTICE

Use only genuine Marvel replacement parts. The use of non-Marvel parts can reduce performance, damage the unit, and void the warranty.

Warranty parts will be shipped at no charge after M arvel confirms warranty status. Please provide the model, serial number, part number and part description. Some parts will require color or voltage information.

M arvel 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 emailed to you. Please enclose a copy of the parts packing list and be sure the model and serial numbers are legible on the paperwork. Tag the part with the reported defect.

Customers and non-authorized servicers may order non­ warranty parts at www.partsformarvel.com. Authorized servicers with a servicer login may order non-warranty parts at www.marvelrefrigeration.

com.

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R-600A Specifications & H an dl in g

Gloves and Eye Protection must be used.

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.

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R-600a is considered non-toxic, but is flammable when mixed with air.

Keep a dry powder type fire extinguisher in the work area.

RISK Of FIRE OR EXPLOSION. FLAMMABLE REFRIGERANT

USED. TO BE REPAIRED ONLY BY TRAINED SERVICE

PERSONNEL DO HOT PUNCTURE REFRIGERANT TUBING

RISK Of FIRE OR EXPLOSION. FIAMHA_BLE REFRIGERANT USED. CONSULT

REPAIR IIANUAVOWHER'S GUIDE BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THIS

PRODUCT. ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS HUST BE FOUOWEO.

RISK Of FIRE OR EXPLOSION. DISPOSE Of PROPERTY IN ACCORDANCE WITH

FEDERAL OR LOCAL REGULATIONS . FLAHHABLE REFRIGERANT USED.

R-600A Specifications

R-600a is heavier than air, do not allow any leakage/migration to low areas such as basements and stairs.

Never use a torch on a fully charged refrigeration system.

Never substitute Marvel OEM replacement parts or methods of construction.

R-600a must be stored and transported in approved containers.

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WARNING

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Only skilled and well trained service technicians permitted to service R-600a equipped products.

All tools and equipment must be approved for use with R-600a refrigerant.

Local, state and federal laws, standards must be observed along with proper certification and licensing.

Ventilation is required during servicing.

No conversions to R-600a from any other refrigerants. OEM R-600a equipped unit only.

Service area must be free of ignition sources.

No smoking is allowed in the service area.

All replacement electrical components must be

OEM and installed properly (sealed and covered).

If the evaporator is cold prior to service, it must be thawed prior to service.

When using a vacuum pump, start pump before opening refrigeration system.

Vacuum pump and recovery equipment should be at least 10 feet from the work area.

It is recommended that a simple LPG gas detector is on site during service.

Ensure that all R-600a is removed from the system prior to brazing any part of the sealed system.

Only a clean, dry leak free system should be charged with R-600a.

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R-600A SPECIFICATIONS/LABELING

R-600a equipped products are labeled (both the unit and the compressor).

R-600a is colorless and odorless.

R-600a is considered non-toxic, but is flammable when mixed with air.

Do not remove or alter any R-600a labeling on the product.

Use only a refrigerant grade R-600a from a properly labeled container.

RECOVERING/RECLAIMING R-600A

(R-600a has been exempted from recovery/reclaiming requirements by the US EPA)

Recovery/Reclaiming equipment must be approved for use with R-600a.

Ensure the evaporator is at room temperature prior to recovery /reclaiming R-600a.

Use a common piercing pliers or piercing valve to remove

R-600a from the compressor process tube. (Note: Piercing devices must not be lelt on the system and must be replaced with a Schrader type valve.)

Evacuate/reclaim via the piecing pliers to ensure the system is empty of R-600a before any system work is performed.

GAS

LEAi<

LOCATOII

The recovery cylinder must be evacuated (no air inside) prior to accepting R-600a.

The recovery cylinder must not be filled more than 45% safe fill level and refrigerants must not be mixed.

The recovery cylinder must be clearly marked with R-

600a and Flammable Warning labels.

Ensure proper ventilation during recovery/reclaiming of R-

600a.

Start vacuum pump/recovery pump prior to piercing the compressor process tube.

Follow recovery/reclaim OEM instructions for the specific equipment used.

SYSTEM REPAIR

Ensure no residual R-600a refrigerant is left within the system prior to repair (simple venting is not sufficient).

Evacuate and charge with dry nitrogen for leak checks.

Repair leaks or replace system parts as required.

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When re-brazing, the system must be purged with dry nitrogen and at least one access point open to the atmosphere.

When re-brazing, proper ventilation is required along with constant monitoring for the presence of R600a refrigerant.

The filter dryer must be replaced any time the sealed system is serviced.

No system should be open to the atmosphere for longer than 15 minutes to avoid moisture migration into the system components.

LEAK DETECTION

After removal of the R-600a, the unit can be charged with dry nitrogen or helium.

Electronic leak detection or soap solution can be used to check for nitrogen/helium leaks.

Never use a halide torch or lighted match to check the system for leaks at any time.

The high side of the refrigeration system (compressor discharge to outlet of drier) must be leak tested with the compressor running.

The low side of the refrigeration system (evaporator, compressor and suction line) must be leak tested with the compressor off (equalized pressure).

RECHARGING

No air is ever to be allowed inside the refrigeration system

(R-600a refrigerant or dry nitrogen only).

Never use a torch on a fully charged refrigeration system.

Install a Schrader Type access port on the compressor process stub.

Proper ventilation during service is required.

Never apply a torch to a charged R-600a refrigeration system.

Use OEM replacement service parts and do not alter the construction of the unit.

Evacuate the system to 100 microns prior to charging.

Weigh in the R-600a charge using a refrigerant scale. (run compressor an extra two minutes to clear the charging hoses).

Seal the Schrader Type access port, a proper cap and seal must be used to close the system.

SUMMARY

Safely handling R-600a requires proper procedures and training.

R-600a approved service tools must be used.

R-600a labeling must not be removed or altered.

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System Diagnosis Guide

REGRIGERATION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS GUIDE

System

Condition

Normal

Overcharge

Undercharge

Partial

Suction

Pressure

Normal

Higher than normal

Lower than normal

Somewhat

Restriction

lower than

Suction

Line

Slightly below room temperature

Very cold may frost heavily

Warmnear room temperature

Warmnear room normal vacuum temperature

Compressor

Discharge

Very hot

Slightly warm to hot

Hot

Very hot

Complete

Restriction

No Gas

In deep vacuum

0 PSIG to 25"

Room Room temperature temperature

(cool) (cool)

Room temperature

(cool)

Cool to hot

Condenser Capillary

Very hot

Tube

Warm

Hot to warm Cool

Evaporator Wattage

Cold

Cold

Normal

Higher than normal

Warm Warm Extremely cold near inlet - Outlet below room temperature

Top passes warm -

Room Extremely temperature cold near

Lower (cool) or passes cool colder

(near room temperature) due to liquid inlet - Outlet below room temperature backing up

Lower than normal

Lower than normal

Room Room No Lower than temperature temperature refrigeration normal

( cool) (cool)

Room Room No Lower than temperature temperature refrigeration normal

( cool) (cool)

System Diagnosis Guide

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Compressor Specifications

A

DANGER

Electrocution can cause death or serious injury.

Burns from hot or cold surfaces can cause serious injury. Take precautions when servicing this unit.

Disconnect the power source.

Do not stand in standing water when working around electrical appliances.

Make sure the surfaces you touch are not hot or frozen.

Do not touch a bare circuit board unless you are wearing an anti-static wrist strap that is grounded to an electrical ground or grounded water pipe.

Handle circuit boards carefully and avoid touching components.

REFRIGERANT

VOLTAGE

FREQUENCY

START WINDING

RUN WINDING

RUN TO START

LRA

FLA

STARTING DEVICE

OVERLOAD

*All resistance readings are

±

10%

EMX20CLC

R600A

115 VAC

60 Hz

7 Ohm at 77 ° F

13 Ohm at 77 ° F

20 Ohm at 77 ° F

3.7 A

0.55 A

R u n Cap 12VF 250V P 2

OL P 4T M 302 K F B YY5

Compressor SpeciAcations

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Troubleshooting - Extended

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CAUTION

Never attempt to repair or perform maintenance on the unit until the main electrical power has been disconnected from the unit.

SPECIFIC ERRORS AND ISSUES

The advanced diagnostic capabilities of the electronic controls allows for easy and thorough troubleshooting.

Navigation of the control is the key and is explained in the CONTROL OPERATION section of the manual, along with 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.

Included in this section are some diagnostic tips and of course, if additional help is required, please contact the

M arvel, "Customer Care Facility" at +1.

6 1 6 .754.5

6 01 for assistance.

NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS

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 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.

Evaporator: Refrigerant flowing through an evaporator may sound like boiling liquid.

Condenser Fan: Air moving through a condenser may be heard.

Automatic Defrost Drain Pan: Water may be heard dripping or running into the drain pan when the unit is in the defrost cycle.

Solenoid Valves: An occasional clicking sound may be heard as solenoid valves are operated.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Concern

Not Cooling

Potential Causes

Compressor overheating

Frozen Product

Compressor not operating

Compressor operating - no cooling

Control set too cold

Thermistor failure

Frost Buildup

Inside Unit

Door Ajar or Restricted from Closing

Thermistor failure

Display Not

Working

Display unplugged

Display wiring broken or damaged

Interior Lights Not Door switch misaligned or defective

Working

Noisy Refrigeration tubing touching cabinet

Fan blade obstruction (wiring, foam insulation, packaging material)

Action

Verify proper air Aow through condenser. Is condenser clean?

Confirm condenser fan operation.

Test overload and relay, replace as needed.

Refer to System Diagnosis Guide.

Adjust Set Point Temp accordingly.

Check Error Log in Service Mode, OHM thermistor.

Check door clearance to adjoining cabinetry. Check distribution of product in unit.

OHM thermistor

Verify that both ends of the display wiring are firmly connected.

Perform continuity test of wiring and replace as needed.

Check the function of reed switch and door magnet adjustment.

Carefully reposition tubing.

Remove obstruction.

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MAIN CONTROL

The main control board is very robust and is rarely the cause of system issues. It is important to fully diagnose the board for any suspected failures before attempting to remove the board for replacement or service. Follow the guidelines below to fully test and diagnose the main control.

Power Fault

If the unit does not (or seems to not) power on, follow the flow chart below to help diagnose the issue. Before begin­ ning it is important to first verify the unit is not simply set to sabbath mode.

Check Voltage

At Wall Outlet

No Voltage

Alert Customer

Of Power Failure

Voltage

Verify Voltage At

Main Control

Voltage Input

Voltage

No Voltage

Replace

Power Cord

Check Fuse Fl

For Continuity

No Continuity

Replace

Fuse

Continuity

Connect Test Display

Cycle Power And Check

For Operation

Inspect

Operating Customer UI and Data Cable

Not Operating

Is the Plunger

Switch Operating

Properly?

__ Yes

No

Replace Main

Board

Replace

Plunger Switch

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CAUTION

Precautions must be taken while working with live electrical equipment. Be sure to follow proper safety procedures while performing tests on live systems.

REED SWITCH

A reed switch is used to monitor door state. When the door is closed it comes into contact with the reed which closes a circuit which turns the light and display off. When the door is open the reed moves outward 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.

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Control Operation-Service

UI BUTTON LAYOUT

2 3

/ /

4 5 6

/ / /

1.

Hidden Button

-Access Service Menu

-No LED directly above. All LEDs turn on with button

2.

Up Button

-Increases temperature

-Navigates through service menu

3.

Down Button

-Decreases temperature

-Navigates through service menu

4.

Light Button

-Activates light for 3 hours on select models

-Used to select items in service menu

5.

Power Button

-Turns unit off/on

6.

Clean Button

-Activates Clean Cycle on select models

-Toggles between zones in Dual-Zone models

CONTROL FUNCTION GUIDE

FUNCTION

ON/OFF

COMMAND

Press � and release

DISPLAY/ OPTIONS

Unit will immediately turn ON or OFF

Sabbath Mode See "Sabbath Mode" section

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 f1ash once and beep and the degree symbol will begin to f1ash.

When the degree symbol is f1ashing the unit will allow the use of the control for demonstrations. The unit can be le� in this mode indefinitely.

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 "O." When in this mode use the up and down arrows to select the desired option. The LIGHT key is the ENTER key and will initiate the function. If changing a setting, you must press the LIGHT key again to retain the changed setting. To exit the service mode scroll to option "O" and press the LIGHT key. After Ave minutes of not touching any keys the mode will also exit automatically.

Control Operation-Service

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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.

Both 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 resistance should read 16.lk Ohms +/-5% on your meter.

Thermistor connections must be kept clean. A thermistor connection that has become corroded can cause resistance values from the thermistor to change as they pass through a dirty connection to the board.

It is for that reason that we apply dielectric grease to all of our thermistor connections. Dielectric grease will help to keep thermistor connections clean and dry.

If you change a thermistor in the unit please re-apply 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

two

thermistors.

Thermistor one (Zone):

Located along the right hand side wall. It is used to maintain the operating temperature within that zone.

Thermistor two (Evaporator):

Located on the evaporator. It is used for defrost.

THERMISTOR FAILURE

Zone Thermistor

If the zone thermistor 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 will otherwise operate normally.

Evaporator Thermistor

If the evaporator thermistor fails, the unit will rely on a preset defrost timer during defrost cycles. The unit will otherwise operate normally. Refer to defrost section.

Temp (F)

23

32

41

50

59

68

77

122

131

140

149

158

167

176

86

95

104

113

-40

-31

-22

-13

-4

5

14

*(+/-5%)

Thermistor Resistance Data

Temp (C)

50

55

60

65

20

25

30

35

40

45

-20

-15

-10

-5

0

-40

-35

-30

-25

5

10

15

70

75

80

Nominal Resistance

(OHMS)*

7855

6246

5000

4029

3266

2665

2186

1803

1495

169157

121795

88766

65333

48614

36503

27681

21166

16330

12696

9951

1247

1044

879

743

631

Thermistor

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HOUSEHOLD PRODUCT WARRANTY

Marvel Refrigeration (Marvel) Limited Warranty

ONE YEAR LIMITED PARTS & LABOR WARRANTY

For one year from the date of original purchase, this 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 Marvel under the above warranty must be performed by a Marvel factory authorized servicer, unless otherwise specified by Marvel. Service provided during normal business hours.

TWO YEAR LIMITED PARTS & LABOR WARRANTY (MARVEL PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS)

For two years from the date of original purchase, this 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 Marvel under the above warranty must be performed by a Marvel factory authorized servicer, unless otherwise specified by Marvel. Service provided during normal business hours.

AVAILABLE THIRD YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY (MARVEL PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS)

For designated Marvel Professional product, Marvel offers a one year extension of the two year warranty coverage from the date of purchase, free of charge. To take advantage of this third year warranty, you must register your product with Marvel within 60 days from the date of purchase at marvelrefrigeration.com and provide proof of purchase.

LIMITED FIVE YEAR SEALED SYSTEM WARRANTY

For five years from the date of original purchase, Marvel 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 Marvel under the above war ranty must be performed by a Marvel factory authorized servicer, unless otherwise specified by Marvel. Service provided during normal business hours.

WARRANTY 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, instal lation, service, repair, acts of God, fire, flood or other natural disasters. The product must be installed, operated, and maintained in accordance with the Marvel User Guide.

The remedies described above for each warranty are the only ones that Marvel will provide, either under these warranties or under any warranty arising by operation of law. Marvel 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 war ranty 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.

These warranties cover products installed and used for normal residential 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 Marvel’s obligation is limited to four years after the shipment date from Marvel.

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 Marvel factory authorized service is not available, you may be responsible for a trip charge or

you may be required to bring the product to a Marvel factory authorized service location at your own cost and expense.

coverage is provided for cosmetic defects.

Units purchased after use as floor displays, and/or certified reconditioned units, are covered by the limited one year warranty only and no

Signal issues related to Wi-Fi connectivity are not covered by these warranties.

For parts and service assistance, or to find Marvel factory authorized service near you, contact Marvel Refrigeration:

MarvelRefrigeration.com • [email protected] • +616.754.5601

1260 E. Van Deinse St., Greenville, MI 48838

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www.marvelrefrigeration.com

Marvel Refrigeration

1260 E. Van Deinse St.

Greenville MI 48838

616.754.5601

41015885 Rev A

12/14/20

All specifications and product designs subject to change without notice. Such revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions, replacements or compensation for previously purchased products.

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