Beverage-Air MT series Installation manual

Beverage-Air MT series Installation manual
CARRIER COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION, INC.
Providing BEVERAGE-AIR • FRIGIDAIRE • KELVINATOR • UNIVERSAL NOLIN Products/Services
SERVICE &
INSTALLATION
MANUAL
LOW TEMPERATURE
VERTICAL FREEZERS
1/03
51-1450-01
If additional information is necessary, call the factory.
Our toll free number is 1-800-684-1199. Technical
assistance engineers are willing to assist you in any way
possible. Office hours are from 8:00a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,
Eastern Standard Time.
Important information is contained in this manual which should
be retained in a convenient location for future reference.
ALL DATA AND INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
MODEL DESIGNATION INFORMATION
PART NO. MODELS
52-1923-02
52-1958-01
52-1993-06
52-1993-12
52-1993-18
52-1993-21
52-1993-22
52-1993-25
52-1993-28
52-1991-07
52-1991-36
52-2026-10
52-1997-26
52-1991-50
52-1991-69
52-1991-14
52-1991-15
52-1991-38
52-2026-11
52-1991-41
52-1997-24
52-1991-54
52-1997-33
52-1991-44
52-2026-12
52-1997-25
52-1991-60
52-2026-07
52-1992-19
52-1992-20
52-2026-08
52-1997-22
52-1992-23
52-2026-09
52-1997-23
52-1997-32
BT30CW-EXPR
BT30CWFMS-2
BT30FS-4
BT50FS-4
BT80FS-4
BTL30FS-4
BTQ50FSHD-4
ST30FSBB-4
STL30FSBB-4
T30HSP-4
T30LGP-5
T30LGPE-5
T30LGPRBR-5
T30LSP-5
T30LSPHD-5
T50HSQHP-4
T50HSQL-4
T50LGP-5
T50LGPE-5
T50LGPHD-5
T50LGPR-5
T50LSP-5
T50LSPR-5
T80LGP-5
T80LGPE-5
T80LGPR-5
T80LSP-5
ULG30BF-5
ULG30BS-5
ULG50BC-5
ULG50BF-5
ULG50RD-5
ULG80BC-5
ULG80BF-5
ULG80RD-5
ULS30US-5
STYLE
CONDENSER
SPECIAL USE
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID TWO DOOR
SOLID THREE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID QUAD DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
GLASS ONE DOOR
GLASS ONE DOOR
GLASS ONE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
SOLID QUAD DOOR
SOLID QUAD DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
SOLID TWO DOOR
SOLID TWO DOOR
GLASS THREE DOOR
GLASS THREE DOOR
GLASS THREE DOOR
SOLID THREE DOOR
GLASS ONE DOOR
GLASS ONE DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
GLASS TWO DOOR
GLASS THREE DOOR
GLASS THREE DOOR
GLASS THREE DOOR
SOLID ONE DOOR
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
REMOTE TOP
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
REMOTE TOP
TOP MOUNT
REMOTE TOP
TOP MOUNT
TOP MOUNT
REMOTE TOP
TOP MOUNT
BOTTOM MOUNT
BOTTOM MOUNT
BOTTOM MOUNT
BOTTOM MOUNT
REMOTE BTM
BOTTOM MOUNT
BOTTOM MOUNT
REMOTE BTM
REMOTE TOP
EXPLOSION PROOF
FLAMMABLE MAT'L STORAGE
SCIENTIFIC GENERAL PURPOSE
SCIENTIFIC GENERAL PURPOSE
SCIENTIFIC GENERAL PURPOSE
SCIENTIFIC LOW TEMPERATURE
SCIENTIFIC LOW TEMPERATURE
BLOOD STORAGE
BLOOD STORAGE LOW TEMP
HARDENING
This manual pertains to units produced beginning with serial number
EXPORT (220V 50HZ)
HEAVY DUTY
HARDENING
HARDENING
EXPORT (220V 50HZ)
HEAVY DUTY
EXPORT (220V 50HZ)
EXPORT (220V 50HZ)
EXPORT (220V 50HZ)
EXPORT (220V 50HZ)
TABLE OF CONTENTS-LOW TEMP. VERTICAL
MODEL CODES EXAMPLES ..................................................2
HANDLING & INSTALLATION ..............................................5
TOP MOUNT, GLASS PULL DOOR (1-,2-,& 3-DR MODELS)
Dimensional Drawings ........................................................10
Freezer Specifications ..........................................................7
BOTTOM MOUNT, GLASS PULL DOOR (1-, 2-, 3-DR MODELS)
Dimensional Drawings ........................................................12
Freezer Specifications ........................................................13
TOP MOUNT, SOLID PULL DOOR (1 & 2-DR MODELS)
Dimensional Drawings ......................................................14
Freezer Specifications ........................................................15
TOP MOUNT, SOLID PULL DOOR
HARDENING & FLASH FREEZERS
Freezer Specifications ........................................................16
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION INFORMATION
........................................................................17
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION INFORMATION
BT30CWFMS ........................................................................79
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION INFORMATION
BT30CWEXPR ......................................................................85
WIRING & PIPING INFORMATION
REMOTE CABINET ..........................................................103
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR ..........................................47
PARTS LIST....................................................................117
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
Low Temperature Vertical Freezers
Introduction
These Freezers have been designed to maintain a low
temperature environment. These multi-purpose freezers
are available in one-, two-, and three-door solid or glass
door models.
Except for routine cleaning, these low temperature cabinets
will require little maintenance. In the unusual event that
repair should be necessary, this manual presents information
that is helpful in maintaining, diagnosing, and repairing
these cabinets.
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INTRODUCTION
MODEL CODES
Kelvinator Model Example: T30LGPR-5
T
30
L
G
P
R
-5
R = Remote
E = Export
ET = Export Transformer
Customer Variations:
BR = Baskin Robbins
DQ = Dairy Queen
DQL = Dairy Queen Light Duty
T = Top Mount
B = Bottom Mount
FS = Food Service
30, 50, 80 - Cubic Feet
L = Low Temp
M - Medium Temp
H = Hardening Cabinet
P = Pull Door
S = Sliding Door
Q = Quadrant Pull Door
4 = Revision Level
G= Glass Door
S = Solid Door
Kelvinator Scientific Model Example: ESTL50RSFMS-4
E
S
TL
50
R
S
FMS
-4
E = Export
ET = Export (Transformer)
S = Scientific
B = Base Scientific
T = Top Mount
B = Bottom Mount
C = Chest
L = Hardening Cabinet
30, 50, 80 =
Cubic Feet
F = Freezer
R = Refrigerator
4 = Revision Level
G = Glass Door
S = Solid Door
I = Incubator (Solid Door)
FMS = Flammable Material Storage
CH = Chromatography
BB = Blood Bank
EXPR = Explosion Proof
R = Recorder on Incubator
Customer Variations:
XXX
MODEL CODES - KELVINATOR & KELVINATOR SCIENTIFIC
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MODEL CODES
Universal Nolin Model Example: UMG50BS-4
U
M
G
50
U = Upright
S = Scientific (upright)
L = Low Temp.
M = Med Temp.
H = Heated Glass (medium temp.)
G = Glass
S = Solid
O = Open
T = Sliding Glass Door (track)
4
30, 50, 80 =
Cubic Feet
B
S
-4
S = 115V / 60 Hz.
D = 208/230V / 60 Hz. / 1 Ph.
P = 208V / 60 Hz. / 3 Ph.
T = Transformer
F = 220V / 50 Hz.
4 = Revision Level
R = Remote on Bottom Mounted Upright
U - Remote on Top Mounted Upright
T = Top Mounted Compressor
B = Bottom Mounted Compressor
S = Single Facing (sliders)
D = Double Facing
MODEL CODES – UN
SECTION I – HANDLING & INSTALLATION
FREIGHT DAMAGES & SHORTAGES
The cabinet was inspected and
IMPORTANT: packaged at the factory, and should
arrive in excellent condition. The transportation
company or other parties involved in the shipment are
responsible for loss and/or damage. Always make an
inspection before and after uncrating. Inspect the
crated unit(s) before locating (preferably at the point of
unloading by the transportation company).
INSPECTING FOR DAMAGES
NOTE: Always use care when removing shipping
tape, blocks, pads, hardware or other
material until you are satisfied that the unit is
completely operational. Contact the factory if technical
assistance is required.
Check the cartons or containers. If these are damaged
in any way, open them and inspect the contents in the
driver’s presence. If damage is detected:
1. Have the driver note the nature and extent of the
damage on the freight bill.
2. Notify the transportation company at once to request
an inspection. Carrier claim policies usually require
inspections to be made within 15 days of delivery.
3. If damage is noticed, file a claim with the
transportation company.
FILING A CLAIM
File a claim for loss at once with the transportation
company for:
The cabinet must be located so it can be plugged into a
properly grounded three-prong electrical outlet of 115
volt, 60 hz. The electrical outlet should not be controlled
by a wall switch which might be turned off accidentally.
UNCRATING THE CABINET
The cabinet should be moved as close as possible to the
operating location before removing crate base. Be sure
to follow the steps in the “INSPECTING FOR
DAMAGES” instructions.
INSTALLING THE CABINET
(Models with Top Mounted Compressor)
Whenever possible leave the crate base on the cabinet
until it is moved close to the final position. When it is
necessary to move the cabinet through a doorway, it
may be necessary to remove the crate base.
Wood runners are provided on the underside of the
cabinet for ease in sliding. These runners should be left
attached to the cabinet when the crate base is removed
and should remain attached until after the legs are
installed. The cabinet can then be pushed around more
easily without scratching the floor. The runners also
prevent damage to the electrical receptacle and
condensate pan hardware on the cabinet bottom.
After the cabinet has been moved to the approximate
final location, remove the package containing the legs
from the cabinet interior. Tape the doors to prevent
accidental opening when handling. Raise the sides of
the cabinet high enough to mount the legs at the
locations provided on the bottom of the cabinet.
A. A cash adjustment; B. Repairs; or C. Replacement.
IMPORTANT:
When filing your claim, retain all packaging materials
and receipts.
AFTER
REMOVAL OF
WOOD RUNNER,
REPLACE BOLT
“A” INTO LEG
MOUNTING
BRACKETS. THIS
IS EXTREMELY
IMPORTANT TO
THE SECURE
ATTACHMENT
OF THE
CABINET LEG.
THERE MUST
BE FOUR (4)
BOLTS
SECURING
EACH LEG.
HANDLING THE CABINET
The refrigeration system of the cabinet is
NOTE: designed to operate with the cabinet located
on a level surface. Do not tilt the cabinet more than
10° to any side. If the cabinet must be tilted on an
angle for handling or moving purposes, allow it to sit in
an upright position 30 minutes prior to starting.
CHOOSING A LOCATION
This model cabinet should be situated to allow proper air
circulation. These cabinets require a 2" minimum
clearance behind for proper air circulation.
The cabinet must be installed on sturdy, solid, level floor.
HANDLING & INSTALLATION
Level the cabinet by means of the leg adjustments.
Cabinet doors are self-closing, and the cabinet must be
level to operate properly.
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CONDENSATE PAN
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
MAKE SURE THE CABINET IS DISCONNECTED
FROM ITS POWER SOURCE
FIGURE 2
5. Check fan blade(s) for “free” operation.
6. Turn on the main power switch. Once the compressor
starts, the voltage should be checked at the compressor
terminals to determine if there is proper voltage to the
compressor. The voltage should not exceed 10% above or
below the rated compressor voltage.
EXAMPLE: If the voltage reads 115 volts with no load and it
drops below 103 volts when the compressor starts, it
may indicate that the supply wiring is too small or that
the wire run is too long.
1. Remove and discard protective cover over electrical
receptacle on bottom of cabinet
2. Bend down front part of housing. (See above.)
3. Insert condensate evaporator pan assembly into the slide
supports on the underside of the cabinet by pushing
toward back of cabinet until it stops.
4. Plug supply cord into receptacle in underside of cabinet.
5. Bend up front part of housing. Line up slot with rivnut in
cabinet bottom and insert thumbscrew through slot onto
rivnut in cabinet bottom. Insert thumb screw through slot
onto rivnut and tighten.
6. The assembly will now operate when power is supplied to
the cabinet.
7. Inspect rear of cabinet to ensure that the drain line from
the evaporator is properly positioned over the
condensate pan.
On top mount models, allow a minimum of twelve (12)
inches between the top of the cabinet and ceiling and two (2)
inches from the back of the cabinet to the wall, for proper air
circulation through the condensing unit.
(Models with Bottom Mounted Compressor)
Remove the crate base mounting clips located behind the
front grill. Slide the cabinet forward on the crate base to clear
the rear mounting clips.
7. Make sure that the drain line has not been dislodged or
broken during shipping and that the drain trap
terminates properly in the condensate pan or floor drain.
(See Condensate Pan on top mounted compressor.)
8. Listen for any unusual noise such as lines vibrating, etc.
Correct problem by tightening screws, slightly bending
tubing, etc.
9. Check proper tension on doors. (See Door Torque
Adjustment.)
10. NOTE: Allow cabinet to pull down and cycle prior to
loading with product.
11. a 2" clearance must be maintained between the back
wall and product shelving to allow for proper air
movement within the cabinet.
SYSTEM CONTROL/OPERATION
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL
Thermostat Settings
The freezer is shipped from the factory with a thermostat
setting of approximately the mid-point of the operating
range. Final thermostat setting must be made in the field.
Allow the cabinet to operate until the compressor cycles on
the thermostat. The normal operating temperature range for
the refrigerator is:
0°F to -20°F (-17°C to -26°C) for freezer models;
0°F to -40°F (-17°C to -40°C) for low temp. freezer models;
After removing the crate base, move the cabinet into
location. Make sure the cabinet is level to ensure operation
of the “self-closing” doors.
and 5°F to 122°F (-15°C to -50°C) for incubator models
Allow a minimum of two (2) inches between the back of the
cabinet and the wall for proper air circulation through the
condensing unit.
NOTE: DO NOT OPERATE THE CABINET WITH
THERMOSTAT SETTINGS BELOW:
CABINET STARTUP
-40°F (-40°C) ON LOW TEMP. FREEZERS;
Once the cabinet has been located in its permanent location
and the proper power and grounding have been provided,
the following items must be checked or completed:
The cabinet thermostat is located on the electrical box (top
mount models) top left hand side of cabinet. It can be
accessed without re4moving the front top panel with the use
of a stepladder, and a screw driver.
1. Cut and remove the compressor hold-down band (if
applicable) so the compressor “floats” freely.
2. Check for traces of oil on the compressor pan which could
mean a broken or leaking refrigeration line.
2. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE SHOULD THE
COMPRESSOR BE STARTED WHEN OIL IS PRESENT
UNTIL INSPECTED BY A SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
3. INSPECT THE FACTORY WIRING FOR TERMINALS
THAT MIGHT HAVE VIBRATED LOOSE IN SHIPPING.
TIGHTEN ALL SCREW-TYPE TERMINALS.
4. Check the refrigeration lines to see that they are “free”
and no damage was done during shipping.
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The thermostat is easily adjusted with a standard
screwdriver.
-23°F (-30°C) ON FREEZERS;
Cabinet Operation
(Freezer & Low Temp. Freezer)
There are two thermodiscs located on the evaporator coil.
The purpose of one is to keep the evaporator fan motors
and anti-condensate heater off after defrost cycles until the
coil reaches 32°F (O°C). This prevents moisture from being
pulled down into the product area and provides faster pulldown. The purpose of the other control is to de-energize the
defrost heater and to energize the trip solenoid in the time
clock to terminate the defrost cycle when the fin coil reaches
62°F (17°C).
HANDLING & INSTALLATION
When the refrigeration system first starts up, the room
temperature and the coil temperature are above 62°F(17°C).
The fan delay thermostat is open and the fans and anticondensate heaters remain off. The fan motors will come on
when the evaporator temperature is pulled down to
approximately 32°F (0°). This fan delay control cannot be
adjusted. If a single fan motor fails to start when the
thermostat is below 32°F (0°C), it may be an indication of a
defective fan motor. If all fan motors fail to start, it is an
indication of a defective fan delay control.
NOTE: ON SOME MODELS, THE EVAPORATOR FANS
TURN OFF WHEN THE DOORS ARE OPENED.
SYSTEM CONTROL/OPERATION
ELECTRONIC (PULSE)
Note: The “Pulse” information that follows pertains to set-up
and basic operation. For more comprehensive operation,
repair, and maintenance information refer to the Pulse
service manual part number 51-2484-00.
Notable points
1. The system utilizes a 3 minute off cycle timer to prevent
short cycles.
Service
Interface
Indicates Temp.
below 0°F
Setpoint up
Setpoint down
2. When the system initiates a defrost, the setpoint will flash
on and off until the defrost is terminated and the cavity
reaches the setpoint. At this time the cavity temperature will
be displayed as normal.
Display Functions
Display Settings
NOTE: Use a paper clip to access the function keys.
the freezer is shipped from the factory with a thermostat
setting of approximately the midpoint of the operating range.
Final thermostat setting must be made in the field.
1. Pressing the top right button on the display unit will raise
the set point one degree. Holding the button down will
scroll the adjustment.
The normal operating temperature ranges are:
0°F to -20°F (-17°C to -26°C) for freezer models;
0°F to -40°F (-17°C to -40°C) for low temp. freezer models;
and 5°F to 122°F (-15°C to -50°C) for incubator models
2. Pressing the bottom right button on the display unit will
lower the set point one degree. Holding the button down
will scroll the adjustment. After an adjustment is made the
cavity temperature will automatically return to the display
after a brief moment.
-40°F (-40°C) ON LOW TEMP. FREEZERS;
3. When the system enters a defrost state, the set point will
flash on and off repeatedly on the display and continue to
flash until the defrost state is terminated and the cavity
temperature returns to the set point. At this time the cavity
temperature will be displayed as normal.
Cabinet Temperature
& Defrost Management
4. Touching any key on the display will acknowledge and turn
off the local audible alarm as well as the optional remote
alarm.
These functions are controlled by a computerized control
board located in the electrical box behind the front grill. The
control board utilizes 3 inputs, a display board, and two
temperature sensors. The display allows the user to monitor
the change the cabinet temperature (located with-in the door
frame).
IMPORTANT: When the freezer is plugged in or anytime
power is disrupted and then restored, the system will
pull down to the set point, begin the cycle, and then
initiate a defrost in 3.2 hours from initial start-up. This is
normal and is part of the initialization mode for the
microcontroller to collect data from the system.
NOTE: DO NOT OPERATE THE CABINET WITH
THERMOSTAT SETTINGS BELOW:
-23°F (-30°C) ON FREEZERS;
Cabinet Operation
When supply power is hooked up to cabinet and power
switch is turned on. The control board has a built-in 3 minute
delay on start up. The cabinet temperature display will read
the current cavity temperature. The cavity temperature set
point can now be set or checked by depressing lower right
button on the display board. The upper right button will raise
the cabinet temperature set point. this can be done with an
ordinary paper clip. the lower left button is a service interface
and only a qualified service technician should activate this
program. the evaporator fans should start up as the coil
reaches 28°F the cabinet temperature will continue to drop
until the cavity temperature set point is reached.
NOTE: Control board only breaks on side of supply voltage
to the compressor and defrost circuit.
HANDLING & INSTALLATION
The Service Interface and the Service Menu
The service menu offers the service technician direct control
of the components of the system. This allows the technician
to force the system into a defrost state or the refrigeration
state. This feature also allows the technician to toggle the
state in order to analyze separate components of the system
(e.g., start kit, compressor, heaters, etc.).
1. To access the service menu, press and hold lower left
button on the display with a paper clip for 2 seconds. The
system will enter the service menu and c0 will alternately
flash with evaporator temperature. This is the top of the
service menu. to exit the service menu, press the service
key again at any time.
2. The service menu offers five functions: Refrigeration
state, Defrost state, code revision level indication, the
option to blank the display (code version 1.6 and later),
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Celsius or Fahrenheit operation (code version 1.6 and
later), and Error code history (code 3.1 and later). While
in the service menu, the down key serves to scroll the
men and the up key serves as a toggle 6to activate and
deactivate the function state.
A.Hold lower left button for 2 seconds to enter service
menu.
1. Upper right key toggles current menu item “on”
(indicated by a “1” in the right hand digit of the
display and an “off” (indicated by a “0” in the right
hand digit of display).
SCIENTIFIC CONTROL AND
ANNUNCIATOR PANELS
Cabinets for Scientific use may be equipped with a variety
of optional control, alarm, and recorder devices. Each
cabinet is shipped with the appropriate operators manual
for the device installed on the cabinet. These operator
manuals pertain to the set-up and basic operation of the
control panel devices. For more comprehensive operation,
repair, and maintenance information refer to the control
panel service manual part number 51-0170-01.
2. Lower right key scrolls down through the menu.
a) 1st item: Refrigeration state (on or off)/ evaporated
temp. This state is denoted by a “C0” or a
“C1” on the display alternately flashing
with the evaporator temperature.
b) 2nd Item: Defrost state (on or off) This state is
denoted by a “d0” or a “d1” on the
display.
c) 3rd Item: Code version (passive state, no action)
d) 4th Item: Display state (on or off) This state is
denoted by a “S0” or a “S1”. Note: Does
not turn off display o error codes.
e) 5th Item: Temperature state (Fahrenheit or
Celsius) This state is denoted by a “F” or
a “C”.
f) 6th Item: Error Code history (view and clean) This
state allows the ability to view and clean
the last three error codes encountered by
the unit. If no errors occurred since last
cleaned, this item is skipped and display
returns to 1st item.
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3. Lower left key to exit service menu.
Notes: a. When an attempt is made to scroll the menu
while a function state is active, the active
function state will automatically deactivate. This
is to prevent the service technician from
simultaneously activating the Refrigeration state
and the Defrost state. Only one function may be
active at any give time.
b. If no operation is performed within 45 minutes
while in the service menu, the system will
automatically exit the service menu and return to
normal refrigeration.
c.If the Defrost state is activated and left
unattended, the service menu will terminate the
defrost as normal on evaporator temperature;
otherwise, the defrost will terminate in 45
minutes. Upon defrost termination the system will
automatically exit the service menu.
d. When the system exits the service menu, the
compressor will not start for 3 minutes.
e. The off cycle timer is not incorporated in the
service menu so the service technician has
direct control of components.
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HANDLING & INSTALLATION
QUAD DOOR HARDENING FREEZER
These cabinets were developed for low temperature storage
(-30°F, -34°C + -40°F, -40°C). Defrost timer to be set 8 A.M.,
4 P.M. and 12 P.M. Failsafe to be set at 30 minutes. Defrost
will terminate by time only. The temperature control is
located on the side of the electrical box. It can be adjusted
without removing the upper control panel.
Ways to Minimize Frost & Ice
Buildup Inside Hardening Freezers
Moisture-laden air migrates into the freezer during door
opening and under normal operation, will be absorbed or
removed by the refrigeration system and the defrost cycle.
The lover the temperature is in the freezer, the more rapidly
frost and ice will accumulate. Opening doors frequently will
also increase frost and ice buildup.
There are several things that you can do to reduce the
accumulation of lice/frost on the interior parts of the cabinet
and product. If this icing condition exists, the following items
should be checked and corrected as required.
1. Minimize door openings by using the hardening freezer to
harden the product, then move to a storage or display
freezer that is less critical in temperature.
2.Keep the length of time door is open to a minimum.
3. Avoid opening all doors at once. Open only one of the
outer doors plus only one of the inner doors (top or bottom)
at one time on the hardening freezer.
4. Check the door gaskets for possible air leaks. Look for
frost patches around the door openings of both the inner and
outer doors. Make sure that gasket seals all around door
opening; any leak will allow moist outside air to enter the
cabinet.
5. Make sure the inner door latches work properly.
NOTE:
These cabinets come from the factory
with defrosts set from 8 a.m., 4 p.m.,
and 12 a.m. on a 24-hour cycle. Do not
adjust the failsafe time since the
freezers terminate on time only.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding)
plug for your protection against shock hazards. The
appliance should be plugged directly into a properly
grounded three-prong receptacle.
Where a two-prong wall receptacle is encountered, it must
be replaced with a properly grounded three prong
receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and local codes and ordinances. The work must be done by
a licensed electrician.
IMPORTANT
Do not under any circumstances cut or remove the
round grounding prong from the equipment plug.
WARNING
Consult a licensed electrician if you have any doubt about
the grounding of your wall receptacle. Only a licensed
electrician can determine the polarization of your wall
receptacle. Only a properly installed three-pronged wall
receptacle assures the proper polarization with the
equipment plug.
6. These freezers are designed to operate in a range of -15°
to -40°F. Keep freezer thermostat set as high as possible to
minimize frost buildup.
7. Look for moisture draining from the drain tube at the rear
of the cabinet during and and after a defrost. This is normal
and tells you that the unit is going through the proper defrost
cycle.The drain must be properly trapped as shipped from
the factory.
8. Evaporator defrost heater and the drain tube heater must
work properly and have proper voltage supply. The one- and
two-door freezers are rated at 115 volts.
9. The defrost heater and drain heater must be in their
proper locations.
10. Ensure that the freezer is sealed where tubing enters
upper lefthand corner of the cabinet.
11. The freezer should not be located where excessive drafts
from doors or air conditioning vents can blow into it.
HANDLING & INSTALLATION
SERIAL RATING PLATES
Serial Number Rating Plates on each vertical cabinet are
located on the inside upper left hand corner. This plate
contains all technical data necessary to the operation of the
cabinet. Warranty administration is based on the serial
number as printed on the rating plate.
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Low Temperature, Top Mount, Glass Pull Door Freezers
Dimensional Drawings
31
52
26 4
474
INTERIOR
INTERIOR
21 d
GLASS
TYP.
26 w
GLASS
61
GLASS
TYP.
61
GLASS
83w
6
364
78
734
INTERIOR
34w
33
21 d
GLASS
TYP.
60d
61
GLASS
TYP.
83w
INTERIOR
29d
INTERIOR
6
SIDE VIEW
10
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS - Top Mount (Glass Door) Models
Low Temperature, Top Mount, Glass Pull Door Freezers
Specifications
Specification
1-Door
2-Door
3-Door
Compressor Mount
Top
Top
Top
Temperature Range
0° to 20° (-18° to 29°C)
0° to 20° (-18° to 29°C)
0° to 20° (-18° to 29°C)
Number of Doors
1
2
3
Door Construction
Triple Pane
Triple Pane
Triple Pane
Hinge Type
Torsion Bar
Torsion Bar
Torsion Bar
Number of Shelves
4
8
12
Shelf Type
Cantilever Epoxy Coated
Cantilever Epoxy Coated
Cantilever Epoxy Coated
Shelf Adj.
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
Insulation - CFC-Free
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Wall Thickness
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
3
3
76.2 ft.
3
Capacity - Gross
27.3 ft.
49.1 ft.
Capacity (1/2 gal. ice cream)
183
366
549
Shipping Weight (Approx.)
520 lbs.
760 lbs.
1010 lbs.
Compressor Size.
3/4 hp
1 hp
1 1/2 hp
Condenser Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Evaporator Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Refrigerant Type
R-404A
R-404A
R-404A
Refrigerant Control
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Amp Rating
16
14.6
16
Electrical Specs. (V / Hz / Ph)
115 / 60 / 1
115 / 208-230 / 60 / 1
115 / 208-230 / 60 / 1
NSF
NSF7
NSF7
NSF7
UL & CSA Listed
Yes
Yes
Yes
Interior Finish
Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered
Corners
Exterior Finish
Baked Enamel
Baked Enamel
Baked Enamel
Sign Panel
Optional
Optional
Optional
Lighting
2 Insul. 1500 Milliamp Fluor. Lamps
3 Insul. 1500 Milliamp Fluor. Lamps
4 Insul. 1500 Milliamp Fluor. Lamps
SPECIFICATIONS - Top Mount Models
11
Low Temperature, Bottom Mount, Glass Pull Door Freezers
Dimensional Drawings
52
31
474
INTERIOR
264
INTERIOR
21 d
GLASS
TYP.
26 w
GLASS
61
GLASS
TYP.
61
GLASS
79 w
78
734
INTERIOR
364
34w
33
21 d
GLASS
TYP.
61
GLASS
TYP.
60d
INTERIOR
79w
29d
INTERIOR
SIDE VIEW
12
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS - Bottom Mount (Glass Door) Models
Low Temperature, Bottom Mount, Glass Pull Door Freezers
Specifications
Specification
1-Door
2-Door
3-Door
Compressor Mount
Bottom
Bottom
Bottom
Temperature Range
0° to -20° (-18° to -29°C)
0° to -20° (-18° to -29°C)
0° to -20° (-18° to -29°C)
Number of Doors
1
2
3
Door Construction
Triple Pane
Triple Pane
Triple Pane
Hinge Type
Torsion Bar
Torsion Bar
Torsion Bar
Insulation - CFC-Free
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Wall Thickness
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
3
3
76.2 ft.
3
Capacity - Gross
27.3 ft.
49.1 ft.
Shipping Weight (Approx.)
516 lbs.
705 lbs.
984 lbs.
Compressor Size
3/4 hp
1 hp
1 1/2 hp
Condenser Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Evaporator Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Refrigerant Type
R-404A
R-404A
R-404A
Refrigerant Control
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Amp Draw
14.6
13.0
16.0
Electrical Specs. (V / Hz / Ph)
115 / 60 / 1
208/230-60-1
208/230-60-1
NSF
NSF7
NSF7
NSF7
UL & CSA Listed
Yes
Yes
Yes
Interior Finish
Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered
Corners
Exterior Finish
Baked Enamel
Baked Enamel
Baked Enamel
Lighting
2 Insul. 1500 Milliamp Fluor. Lamps
3 Insul. 1500 Milliamp Fluor. Lamps
4 Insul. 1500 Milliamp Fluor. Lamps
Electrical Information
20 Amp Service Cord
20 Amp Service Cord
20 Amp Service Cord
SPECIFICATIONS - Bottom Mount Models
13
Low Temperature, Top Mount, Solid Pull Door Freezers
Dimensional Drawings
31
52
26 4
474
INTERIOR
INTERIOR
21 d
GLASS
TYP.
26 w
GLASS
61
GLASS
TYP.
61
GLASS
83w
6
364
78
734
INTERIOR
34w
33
21 d
GLASS
TYP.
60d
61
GLASS
TYP.
83w
INTERIOR
29d
INTERIOR
6
SIDE VIEW
14
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS - Top Mount (Solid Door) Models
Low Temperature, Top Mount, Solid Pull Door Freezers
Specifications
Specification
1-Door
2-Door
3-Door
Compressor Mount
Top
Top
Top
Temperature Range
0° to -20° (-18° to -29°C)
0° to -20° (-18° to -29°C)
0° to -20° (-18° to -29°C)
Number of Doors
1
2
3
Door Construction
Foam-In-Place
Foam-In-Place
Foam-In-Place
Hinge Type
Camlift / Spring
Camlift / Spring
Camlift / Spring
Number of Shelves
4 x 1 bottom rack
8 x 2 bottom racks
12 x 3 bottom racks
Shelf Type
Cantilever, Epoxy Coated Steel Wire Cantilever, Epoxy Coated Steel Wire Cantilever, Epoxy Coated Steel Wire
Shelf Adj.
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
Insulation - CFC-Free
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Wall Thickness
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
Capacity - Gross
3
27.3 ft.
49.1 ft.
3
76.2 ft.
3
Shipping Weight (Approx.)
460 lbs.
660 lbs.
870 lbs.
Compressor Size
1/2 hp
1/2 hp
3/4 hp
Condenser Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Evaporator Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Refrigerant Type
R-404A
R-404A
R-404A
Refrigerant Control
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Amp Draw (80° Running)
7.3
13.0
16.0
Electrical Specs. (V / Hz / Ph)
115 / 60 / 1
115/60/1
115/60/1
NSF
NSF7
NSF7
NSF7
UL & CSA Listed
Yes
Yes
Yes
Interior Finish
Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered
Corners
Electrical Information
15 Amp Service Cord
20 Amp Service Cord
SPECIFICATIONS - Bottom Mount Models
20 Amp Service Cord
15
Low Temperature, Top Mount, Solid Pull Door
Hardening/Flash Freezers -Specifications
Specification
1-Door
Quad Door
Quad Door
Hardening Cabinet
Hardening Cabinet
Flash Freezer
Compressor Mount
Top -
Top
Top
Temperature Range
0° to -30° (-18° to -34°C)
0° to -30° (-18° to -34°C)
0° to -40° (-18° to -40°C)
Number of Doors
1 Outer, 2 Inner
4 Outer
4 Outer
Door Construction
Foam-In-Place on Outer Door
Foam-In-Place
Foam-In-Place
Hinge Type
Camlift / Spring
Camlift / Spring
Camlift / Spring
Number of Shelves
4 x 1 bottom rack
8 x 2 bottom racks
8 x 2 bottom racks
Shelf Type
Cantilever, Epoxy Coated Steel Wire Cantilever, Epoxy Coated Steel Wire Cantilever, Epoxy Coated Steel Wire
Shelf Adj.
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
Insulation - CFC-Free
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Foam-in-Place Urethane
Wall Thickness
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
2 3/8"
3
3
41.9 ft.
3
Capacity - Gross
27.3 ft.
49.1 ft.
Shipping Weight (Approx.)
460 lbs.
660 lbs.
660 lbs.
Compressor Size
1/2 hp
3/4 hp
11/2 hp
Condenser Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Evaporator Type
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Fin & Tube Forced Air
Refrigerant Type
R-404A
R-404A
R-404A
Refrigerant Control
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Expansion Valve
Amp Draw (80° Running)
11.5
16.0
7.4
Electrical Specs. (V / Hz / Ph)
115 / 60 / 1
115/60/1
115/208-230/60/1
NSF
NSF7
NSF7
NSF7
UL & CSA Listed
Yes
Yes
Yes
Interior Finish
Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered Corners Baked Enamel, Covered
Corners
Exterior Finish
Baked Enamel
Baked Enamel
Baked Enamel
Electrical Information
20 Amp Service Cord
w/NEMA 5-20P Plug
20 Amp Service Cord
w/NEMA 5-20P Plug
Conduit Connected
max. fuse size 15A
16
SPECIFICATIONS - Top Mount (Solid Door) Models
SECTION II
Electrical
and
Refrigeration
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Low Temp., Glass, 1-Door Freezers
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KAJB-007E-1AA
115/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
404A / 18 oz. / 510 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-6 / -21
4.0 / 27.6
201/1385
9.9
13.7
80°F / 27°C
-7 / -22
4.0 / 27.6
233/1537
9.6
13.4
90°F / 32.5°C
-9 / -23
5.0 / 34
247/1703
9.8
13.6
NOTE: REFER TO SERIAL DATA PLATE FOR REFRIGERANT TYPE & CHARGE.
Low Temp., Solid, 1-Door Freezer
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Americold HP121-1-3087
0°F to -20°F (-18°C to -29°C)
115/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
R404A / 22 oz. / 623.7 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-4 / -20
12
194
2.9
5.4
80°F / 27°C
-5 / -21
8.7
210
2.7
5.4
ELECTRICAL / REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
90°F / 32.5°C
-6 / -7
12.5
220
2.8
5.4
19
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Low Temp., Glass, 2-Door Freezers
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KALB-010E-CAV
0°F to -20°F (-18°C to -29°C)
115/208-230/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
R404A / 29 oz. / 822.9 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-6 / -21
6.7 / 46
213/1468
5.0
6.0
80°F / 27°C
-6.5 / -21
7.0 / 48
223/1537
5.0
6.0
90°F / 32.5°C
-7.5 / -22
7.6 / 52
250/1723
5.0
6.0
NOTE: REFER TO SERIAL DATA PLATE FOR REFRIGERANT TYPE & CHARGE.
Low Temp., Solid, 2-Door Freezer
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KAGB-005E-IAA
0°F to -20°F (-18°C to -29°C)
115/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
R404A / 22 oz. / 623.7 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
20
70°F / 21.1°C
-3 / -19
9 / 62
222 / 1530
8.0
11.0
80°F / 27°C
-4 / -20
9 / 62
240 / 1654
8.0
11.0
90°F / 32.5°C
-4.5 / -21
9.5 / 65
265 / 1827
8.0
11.0
ELECTRICAL / REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Low Temp., Glass, 3-Door Freezers
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KATB-015E-CAV
0°F to -20°F (-18°C to -29°C)
115/208-230/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/2
R404A / 42 oz. / 1190.7 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-7 / -22
5.0 / 34
191/1316
6.5
8.2
80°F / 27°C
-8 / -22
6.5 / 44
223/1606
6.9
8.5
90°F / 32.5°C
-14 / -26
8.5 / 58
262/1806
7.1
8.7
NOTE: REFER TO SERIAL DATA PLATE FOR REFRIGERANT TYPE & CHARGE.
Low Temp., Solid, 3-Door Freezer
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KAJB-007E-IAA
0°F to -20°F (-18°C to -29°C)
115/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
404A / 25 oz. / 708.75 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-5 / -21
7 / 48.3
205 / 1413
8.5
12.9
80°F / 27°C
-6 / -21
7.5 / 51.7
245 / 1689
8.5
12.9
ELECTRICAL / REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
90°F / 32.5°C
-7 / -22
8 / 55.2
270 / 1861
8.5
12.9
21
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Hardening Cabinet, Solid, 1-Door Freezer
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KAGB-005E-IAA
0°F to -40°F (-18°C to -40°C)
115/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
R404A / 22 oz. / 623.7 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-20 / -29
4.0 / 27
180.0/1241
7.8
10.3
80°F / 27°C
-20 / -29
6.0 / 41
228/1572
7.9
10.3
90°F / 32.5°C
-20 / -29
6.6 / 46
234/1613
7.8
10.2
NOTE: REFER TO SERIAL DATA PLATE FOR REFRIGERANT TYPE & CHARGE.
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Hardening Cabinet, Solid, Quad Door Freezer
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Copeland KAJB-007E-IAA
0°F to -40°F (-18°C to -40°C)
115/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/4
R404A / 22 oz. / 623.7 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
22
70°F / 21.1°C
-16 / -27
2.6 / 18
200/1379
7.9
11.1
80°F / 27°C
-18 / -28
3.6 / 25
224/1544
7.9
11.0
90°F / 32.5°C
-18 / -28
4.0 / 28
245/1689
7.8
10.9
ELECTRICAL / REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Flash Freezer, Solid, Quad Door
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
KALB-015E-CAV
0°F to -40°F (-18°C to -40°C)
115/208-230/60/1
Sporlan Y1232-FBS 1/2
R404A / 29 oz. / 822.15 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-19
3.3
193
5.7
9.5
80°F / 27°C
-19
3.7
219
5.6
9.5
ELECTRICAL / REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
90°F / 32.5°C
-20
4.3
252
5.5
5.5
23
GENERAL LOW TEMPERATURE FREEZER
COMPONENT SPECIFICATIONS
1-DOOR
2-DOOR
3-DOOR
Door Heater
115V
230V
94.4 watts
140 ohms
477 ohms
110.9 watts
168 ohms
585 ohms
168 ohms
585 ohms
Perimeter Heater
115V
230V
63.8 watts
207 ohms
746 ohms
70.9 watts
230 ohms
782 ohms
230 ohms
782 ohms
Condensate Heater
174 watts
174 watts
174 watts
115V
230 V
76 ohms
257 ohms
205.8 watts
76 ohms
257 ohms
76 ohms
257 ohms
Drain Heater
115V
230V
6.0 watts
2204 ohms
7704 ohms
6.8 watts
6.0 watts
2204 ohms
7704 ohms
6.0 watts
2204 ohms
7704 ohms
Defrost Heater
Lamp
Evap. Fan Delay (Non-Pulse)
Defrost Termination(Non-Pulse)
Solid
Glass
Solid
Glass
16.5 ohms
16.5 ohms 16.5 ohms
46 ohms
800 watts
800 watts 800 watts
1250 watts
115 volts
115 volts
115 volts
240 volts
F60T10CWHO
F60T10CWHO
Close 32° / Open 52°
Close 32° / Open 52°
Close 30° / Open 60°
Close 30° / Open 60°
Solid
Glass
10.6 ohms
30 ohms
1250 watts
1927 watts
115 volts
240 volts
F6010CWHO
Close 32° / Open 52°
Close 30° / Open 60°
Defrost Time/Temp
Failsafe
40 min.
40 min
40 min.
Hardening Cabinets
Defrost Time/Time
30 min.
30 min.
N/A
Hardening Cabinet
Center Mullion
Vertical
115V
230V
Hardening Cabinet
Mullion
115V
230V
CPR Valve
4&6
24
73.5 watts
N/A
N/A
179 ohms
719 ohms
8.75 watts
1511 ohms
10PSIG
1548 volts
6194 ohms
N/A
10PSIG
10PSIG
ELECTRICAL / REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
LADDER
BT30CW-EXPR
26-0983-00
BT30CWFMS-2
00-0430-00
BT30FS-4
00-0051-00
BT50FS-4
00-0051-00
BT80FS-4
00-0051-00
BTL30FS-4
00-0051-00
BTQ50FSHD-4
00-0054-00
ST30FSBB-4
00-0051-00
STL30FSBB-4
00-0051-00
T30HSP-4
00-0051-00
T30LGP-5
00-0107-00
T30LGPE-5
00-0107-00
T30LGPRBR-5
00-0107-00
T30LSP-5
00-0107-00
T30LSPHD-5
00-0107-00
T50HSQHP-4
00-0054-00
T50HSQL-4
00-0051-00
T50LGP-5
00-0108-00
T50LGPE-5
00-0107-00
T50LGPHD-5
00-0108-00
T50LGPR-5
00-0108-00
T50LSP-5
00-0107-00
T50LSPR-5
00-0107-00
T80LGP-5
00-0108-00
T80LGPE-5
00-0107-00
T80LGPR-5
00-0108-00
T80LSP-5
00-0107-00
ULG30BF-5
00-0107-00
ULG30BS-5
00-0107-00
ULG50BC-5
00-0108-00
ULG50BF-5
00-0107-00
ULG50RD-5
00-0108-00
ULG80BC-5
00-0108-00
ULG80BF-5
00-0107-00
ULG80RD-5
00-0108-00
ULS30US-5
00-0107-00
WIRING DIAGRAM REFERENCE
00-0062-00
00-0062-00
00-0062-00
00-0062-00
00-0063-00
00-0062-00
00-0062-00
00-0062-00
00-0109-00
00-0112-00
00-0109-00
00-0109-00
00-0109-00
00-0063-00
00-0062-00
00-0110-00
00-0112-00
00-0110-00
00-0110-00
00-0109-00
00-0109-00
00-0110-00
00-0112-00
00-0110-00
00-0109-00
00-0112-00
00-0109-00
00-0110-00
00-0112-00
00-0110-00
00-0110-00
00-0112-00
00-0110-00
00-0109-00
00-0071-00
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ELECT BOX
COMPRESSOR
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DOOR SWITCH,
RACEWAY
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ANTI-SWEAT
HTR, RACEWAY
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00-0061-05
00-0061-05
00-0061-05
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INCAND LIGHT,
RACEWAY
WIRING DIAGRAM REFERENCE
00-0050-02
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EVAPORATOR
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LIGHTS,
FLUORESCENT
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00-0060-00
00-0060-00
00-0060-00
00-0060-00
00-0060-00
00-0060-00
SOLENOID
00-0058-01
00-0058-01
00-0058-01
00-0058-01
00-0058-01
00-0017-11
00-0017-11
CONTROL
PANEL
WIRING DIAGRAM REFERENCE
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LADDER DIAGRAM - 00-0051-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
LADDER DIAGRAM - 00-0054-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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LADDER DIAGRAM - 00-0107-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
LADDER DIAGRAM - 00-0108-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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COMPRESSOR WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0068-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
COMPRESSOR WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0069-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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COMPRESSOR WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0071-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
COMPRESSOR WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0072-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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COMPRESSOR WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0113-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL BOX WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0062-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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ELECTRICAL BOX WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0063-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL BOX WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0109-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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ELECTRICAL BOX WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0110-00
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WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL BOX WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0112-00
WIRING DIAGRAM
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RACEWAY WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0061-*
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WIRING DIAGRAM
EVAPORATOR WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0050-*
WIRING DIAGRAM
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FLUORESCENT LIGHT WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0067-*
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WIRING DIAGRAM
SOLENOID WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0060-*
WIRING DIAGRAM
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CONTROL PANEL WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0071-11
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WIRING DIAGRAM
CONTROL PANEL WIRING DIAGRAM - 00-0058-*
WIRING DIAGRAM
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SECTION III
Maintenance
and
Repair
The manufacturer requires compliance to all CGC
reclamation laws by service companies engaging
in system processing.
WARNING
To avoid the possibility of an electrical shock, turn
OFF the thermostat and unplug the power cord of
the cabinet before cleaning or touching electrical
connections or parts.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
PRE-SERVICE CHECK LIST
You may avoid the cost and inconvenience of an
unnecessary product call by first reviewing this check list
of the most frequently encountered situations that are
not the result of defective workmanship or materials.
COMPRESSOR RUNS TOO MUCH
1. A refrigerated cabinet automatically compensates for
product loading by running longer and more often.
Before calling for service, check running time for at
least one hour the first thing in the morning (before
store traffic starts).
2. Be sure the doors seal. A faulty gasket seal will cause
increased running time.
3. Check the room temperature. The warmer the room,
the more the compressor will run.
4. Check the condenser to be sure the face is clean. Dirt
and lint will raise pressures and increase running
time. Use a brush or vacuum to clean the condenser.
5. Be sure condenser fan operates.
6. Check to see that evaporator fans are running.
7. If product is too hard (cold), try setting the
Temperature Control (thermostat) warmer. This will
result in warmer cabinet temperature and reduced
running time.
8. Check insufficient ventilation to condenser.
CABINET DOES NOT OPERATE
1. Be sure cabinet is plugged in.
2. Check that breakers or fuses are good and all
switches in the supply line are ON.
3. Be sure that cabinet Master Power Supply Switch is
ON.
4. If you are in an area with voltage problems, try
shutting off all non-essential electrical equipment.
LIGHT IS OFF
CUSTOMER COMPLAINT ON STORED
PRODUCT
1. Check cleaning solutions used inside cabinet.
2. Check cleaning solutions, paint, or other
contaminants used in store maintenance.
3. Sometimes the ingredients used in some products or
containers will contaminate other products.
4. Be sure to follow a weekly schedule for cleaning
cabinet interior.
SERVICE
In the event of a malfunction, damage to the cabinet,
or if the cabinet requires service beyond the items in
the “Pre-Service Checklist,” contact your local service
company or the dealer from whom the cabinet was
purchased.
POWER FAILURE
Do not open the cabinet doors unnecessarily if power is
cut off due to electrical failure. The cabinet will start up if
the power supply returns, but will require sufficient time
to reach maximum cold storage performance.
CABINET FAILURE
1. If the cabinet has stopped operating, check that the
cabinet is securely plugged in and turned on. Contact
a licensed electrician to locate and correct any power
supply problems.
2. Do not open the cabinet doors unnecessarily.
3. Provisions for other storage of the product may be
required to prevent spoilage.
If you call for service, describe your problem and give the
following information to the service representative:
1. If the cabinet is operating, be sure the lamp is
properly seated in sockets.
Cabinet Model No. ____________________________
2. If cabinet is not running, check that Master Power
Supply Switch and Light Switch are ON, fuses are
okay, no switch in the supply is OFF, and that the
cabinet is plugged in.
Serial No.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
Part No. ____________________________________
__________________________________
(These numbers are located on a silver serial number
rating plate in the upper left side of the cabinet interior.)
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TOOLS:
COMPRESSOR EFFICIENCY TEST
To provide full service diagnostics and repairs on these
cabinets, the following tools are needed:
To test the compressor, place compound gauge on the
compressor’s suction port.
A Multimeter
An Electronic Leak Detector
An Electronic Micron Gauge
A Vacuum Pump capable of pulling to 50 microns
Four Hand Valves
A Compound Gauge Set
A cylinder of nitrogen with a regulator capable of 10 to
400 pounds.
Standard refrigeration hand tools, e.g.: wrenches, tube
cutter, swage and flare tools, wire strippers, wire crimp.
ers, wire cutters, slot and phillips head screwdrivers.
While the compressor is running, close off the suction
line so that only the port and valve are part of the
compressor’s low side.
PRODUCT HISTORY
When the valve is closed and vacuum has started, time
how long it takes to pull the compressor’s low side to its
lowest possible vacuum.
Compressors used on these cabinets should be capable
of pulling at least 20 to 22 inches of vacuum in less than
40 seconds.
Next, shut off the compressor and watch the gauge. A
one or two inch rise in pressure is acceptable, since a
small amount of freon may remain on the low side of the
compressor, after which the reading should stabilize.
The first rule in servicing a refrigeration system is to
determine if the problem is an electrical or mechanical
failure.
If the pressure continues to rise, the discharge reeds in
the valve head have failed, allowing high pressure gas to
return to the compressor.
First, try to obtain the product’s history of operation
from the customer. This will help identify the source of
the problem.
If the compressor pulls less than 20 inches, the suction
reeds have failed.
Good facts from the cabinet user can help identify
whether the problem is electrical, within the
refrigeration system, or a “misapplication by the user”.
Get the history of operation and failure by asking these
questions:
1) Were there any brown-outs or power outages that
they are aware of?
2) Is the cabinet on a dedicated circuit?
3) Has any other equipment in this area had
operational problems?
4) When was the last time the cabinet’s operation was
confirmed as working properly?
5) When was a problem noticed?
6) How long has the equipment run without this
problem? (Years? Weeks? Days? Hours?)
7) Was anything tried prior to your arrival?
If the compressor takes longer than 40 seconds to pull
to its ultimate low vacuum, one or both cylinders are not
functioning as they should. Any reading less than these
will require replacement of the compressor.
ENTERING THE SYSTEM
Entering the system should only be done as a last
resort. Extreme care must be used no matter what the
reason for entering the system. Of course there are
times when it cannot be avoided, such as component or
compressor replacement, or a leak within the system.
The system must also be entered any time you need to
obtain the operating pressures. Again, use extreme
caution to avoid any possible contamination.
Cabinets that use hermetic compressors typically do not
have valve ports, so therefore process stubs for both
suction and discharge sides of the system were added.
The refrigeration system should only be entered if it is
absolutely necessary. It is critical that a clean,
uncontaminated system be maintained.
Line taps should only be used to obtain pressure
readings, and not for the reprocessing of the system.
The opening of a line tap is too restrictive for the
pressure of vacuum procedures.
If a system is unable to reach the proper operating
temperature, a test of the unit’s mechanical
refrigeration components is required.
On a hermetic compressor system, once you have
determined that reprocessing a system is required,
recover refrigerant and remove the line taps.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
Install hand valves at the process stub ends. Hand
valves will be less restrictive to flow because of a larger
opening. They will also be easier to use during repair
procedures.
EVACUATION
Once the system has been cleaned and components
have been replaced, you are ready to initiate the final
servicing procedures necessary to achieve proper
cabinet operation. Drier should be replaced prior to
system processing.
Pull an evacuation to approximately 50 microns.
CHARGING
You should use a charging cylinder to measure in the
correct amount of refrigerant.The charging methods are:
1. Add the refrigerant to the system until you reach a
balanced pressure. This will give you an
approximate static charge.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
2. Weigh in the refrigerant using a scale calibrated in
ounces.
The cabinet’s operation is now ready to be tested. A
final check of the refrigeration lines should be made
before running the cabinet.
Be sure the refrigeration lines are not kinked or
rubbing against each other.
Also check that the door seals properly. An air leak will
affect proper operation, and the cabinet’s ability to
reach its coldest temperature.
Run the cabinet at both 100% run, and a cycling
temperature for at least 24 hours. If the temperature
and pressures are correct, the system can be
considered repaired.
Hermetic systems should now have their process
stubs pinched off, hand valves removed and the ends
brazed shut.
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COMPRESSOR INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE
TO CHANGE THE COMPRESSOR:
TO CHECK FOR OPEN WINDINGS
1. Disconnect the power supply to the cabinet.
Use a multimeter. Measure ohms between “C” and “R”
and between “C” and “S.”
2. Disconnect the power supply leads at the
compressor.
3. Disconnect wires to relay and capacitors.
4. Remove relay and starting capacitor and install on
new compressor.
5. Remove defective compressor from condensing
unit base.
6. Set new compressor in place.
7. Reconnect relay and capacitor wires.
8. Reconnect power supply lead.
9. Leak test, evacuate, and weigh in charge.
CHANGING DRIER
If flare connected, make sure flares and faces of
fittings on new drier are clean and in good condition
before installing new drier.
If sweat connected, clean tubing close to original
drier before cutting tubing in clean area. Check that
ends of the replacement drier are clean, then make
brazed connection using as little heat as possible.
Cut tubing only with tube cutters, not hacksaws, to
avoid metal filings from entering the system. Driers
must be replaced any time you enter the system,
except when you are obtaining pressures.
SERVICE VALVES
The compressors on some cabinets have service
valves for measuring suction and discharge pressures.
Two types are used. The first type is connected directly
to the compressor body or shell and back seats to
connect gauges to the access port. The second is on
the end of a process tube and requires a gauge or
charging line with a depressing pin to open valve when
the connection is made.
This type valve should be tightly
CAUTION: capped except when making the
gauge connection.
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If windings are O.K., multimeter will show a resistance
reading between terminals.
If there is no reading, the compressor winding or
windings are open and the compressor should be
replaced.
TO CHECK FOR GROUNDED COMPRESSOR
Use multimeter. Touch probe from each terminal to an
unpainted surface of compressor body. If there is no
ground, there will be no change of the meter.
WARNING: Be Careful Not to Touch
Uninsulated Parts of the Meter Probes
A reading indicates a ground and the compressor
should be replaced.
If there is voltage at the compressor terminals and the
compressor tries, but does not run, check voltage at
the compressor terminals while attempting to start the
compressor. If the voltage at the compressor terminals
is below 90% of the nameplate voltage, it is possible
the motor may not have developed sufficient torque to
start. Check to determine if:
A. Wire sizes are adequate.
B. Electrical connections are tight.
C. The circuit is not overloaded.
D. The power supply is adequate.
A defective relay or capacitor may prevent the
compressor starting.
TO CHECK OUT THE RELAY
1. Disconnect the cabinet from the power supply.
2. Remove the wires from the relay.
3. Touch probes to the contact terminals. Meter
should show infinity if closed.
4. Touch probes to the terminals of coil. The meter
should show a resistance reading.
If items 3 and 4 are O.K., the relay is good. If items 3
and 4 are not as indicated, change the relay.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
TO CHECK CAPACITORS
1. Disconnect the cabinet from the power supply.
2. Make sure the capacitors are discharged before
touching terminal. (Shunt across the terminal of
capacitor with a heavy insulated wire.)
3. Remove the wires from the capacitors.
4. Any capacitor found to be bulging, leaking, or
damaged should be replaced.
5. Use a multimeter to check the run and start
capacitors for shorts or open circuits.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
With a good capacitor, the indicator should first move
to a reading and then gradually increase to infinity.
If there is no reading change, an open circuit is
indicated.
If the multimeter remains on a low resistance reading,
a short circuit is indicated.
On run capacitor, touch probes to metal case and
each terminal. If meter show any reading, a ground
is indicated. All defective capacitors should be
replaced.
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EVAPORATOR DRAIN PAN REPLACEMENT
The evaporator drain pan is located in the upper interior of the cabinet. It
pivots down for ease of accessibility.
1. Disconnect the power of the cabinet.
2. Release R.H. and L.H. quarter-turn fasteners.
3. Drop the front of the pan and swing it down.
4. Disconnect the ground wire.
5. Raise the pan, unhook from back.
6. Remove the drain line from the drain hole.
7. Remove the pan from the cabinet.
8. Reconnect the power to the cabinet.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
CONDENSER AND ELECTRICAL BOX ACCESS
The electrical box can be accessed by removing the front grill or control
panel. There are tabs on each end of control panel top. Remove lock down
screws and lift up on panel. By lifting panel, the key slots disengage from
the shoulder bushings located on each end of the panel.
TOP MOUNT MODELS
BOTTOM MOUNT MODELS
THERMOSTAT REPLACEMENT
Electro-Mechanical Control Systems
1. Remove front grill.
2. Snap off thermostat outer cover.
3. Remove conduit unit & bushing.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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1, 2, 3- DOOR ELECTRICAL BOX
Typical Arrangement of Components
1
1
4
2
2
4
3
6
6
1. Handy Box (Hardware connection point)
2. Defrost Timer / Pulse Control Board
3. Contactor
4. Main Terminal Board
5. Light Ballast (Located at rear)
6. 9 Pin Quick Connect Plug-in
START KIT ELECTRICAL BOX
Run Capacitor not shown.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR REPLACEMENT (Rear Fan)
1. Disconnect the power to the cabinet and locate the
evaporator fan in the cabinet interior behind the
evaporator coil.
2. Remove the fan guard by rotating it counter
clockwise to the position shown.
3. Remove the fan and bracket assembly by rotating it
to the position shown.
4. Lower the fan assembly and remove the two screws
that fasten the motor to the bracket.
Note: To assist the removal of the guard and bracket,
press on the detent bumps to guide them out of the
obround holes.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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FAN DELAY & DEFROST TERMINATION-PULSE SENSORS
Electro-Mechanical System Control
FAN DELAY: FIG 1
1. Disconnect power supply from cabinet.
2. Turn two (2) quarter turn fasteners located at each
end of the evaporator drain pan.
3. Remove the thermodisc and contact bracket from
the coil. Remove two (2) screws that hold the delay
to the bracket.
4. Disconnect the delay at the wiring bundle.
5. Replace with correct part in reverse order
Evap. Fan Delay: Close 32° / Open 52°
DEFROST TERMINATION CONTROL: FIG. 2
1. CAUTION: Disconnect the power supply from
the cabinet.
2. Turn two (2) quarter turn fasteners located at each
end of the evaporator drain pan.
3. Remove the thermodisc retainer clip.
4. Cut the wire ties that hold the wire to the
copper tubing.
5. Remove the thermodisc and contact bracket to
access the wiring bundle.
6. Install with the correct part. Retie at the wiring
bundle and resecure the disc to the suction line.
Defrost Termination: Close 30° / Open 60°
1
2
SENSOR HARNESS
1. Disconnect power supply from cabinet.
2. Cut plastic wire ties securing the insulation on
the #2 sensor and note the sensor position.
3. Note the position of the #1 sensor and cut the
remaining plastic wire ties.
4. Unplug the harness from the back wall of the
cabinet and remove the harness.
5. Replace with the new harness making sure
the plug is fully engaged in the receptacle at
the back of the cabinet and the sensors are
mounted in the same locations and positions
as the previous harness.
6. Bundle the excess wires and tie them
securely in place.
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2
1
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
DEFROST HEATER REPLACEMENT
DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY TO THE CABINET.
1. Turn quarter turn fasteners located on each end of the
evaporator pan assembly.
2. Evaporator drain pan assembly will hinge down.
3. The defrost heater is located beneath the evaporator coil.
4. Carefully install the new part being careful to not damage the
fin coil.
5. Reconnect the wiring and retie with plastic strips.
Hardening cabinet shown
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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2- & 3-DOOR CONDENSATE HEATER REPLACEMENT
Bottom Mount Models
1. Disconnect power supply from cabinet.
2. Disconnect the heater lead from the back of the
electrical box.
3. Determine if the heater thermodisc is open. If not,
remove heater from the bracket tabs.
4. Install with the correct part number, mount, and
reconnect.
CAUTION!
WIRES SHOULD BE WIRE-TIED UP AND
AWAY FROM THE CONDENSATE PAN!
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
SHELVING / DRAWER
Installation & Adjustment
To install shelves or drawers in a level position, insert
the cantilever plate tabs into the rectangular holes in
the desired position on the shelf standard. Lower the
rear of the shelf so that the slots in the plate are
completely down over the bottom of the holes.
NOTE: Supporting the front of the shelf with one hand
while pushing down on the rear of the shelf will help
ease installation.
To slope shelves, insert the cantilever plate tabs into
the rectangular holes in the desired position on the
shelf standard. Lift up on the rear of the shelf so that
the top tab is locked behind the top of the rectangular
hole. Hold the rear of the shelf up while lowering the
front of the shelf until the bottom tab is inserted in the
appropriate hole in the shelf standard.
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INSTRUCTIONS - SOLID / QUAD DOOR REMOVAL
Installation & Adjustment
No File
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
CAM HINGE DOORS – OPERATION & REMOVAL
(Solid Door Cabinets Only)
HOLD-OPEN FEATURE
ALIGNING THE DOORS
The doors can be opened up to a 95° angle and will
maintain that position for loading or unloading the
storage compartment. Refer to Fig. 1.
Proper alignment of the cabinet doors will eliminate
hinge binding and provide correct gasket seal.
Top Bracket door opening slotted holes for up and
down adjustment.
Spring Cartridge located in door, can be removed by
two screws Top of Door.
Door Removal
The door can be removed by opening door 180°.
Grasp door with one hand. Remove two screws
located in top bracket of door opening. Door can be
lifted up and away from the BTM Bracket pin.
NOTE: Door closer cartridge is spring loaded.
BTM Bracket Door opening slotted holes are for
adjustment Left or Right
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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TORSION ROD HINGED DOORS - Maintenance & Removal
GLASS DOOR CABINETS ONLY
MAINTENANCE – ALIGNING DOORS
WASHER
HINGE PIN
Proper alignment of the cabinet doors will eliminate
hinge binding and provide correct gasket seal.
HITCH
PIN
1. Check the level of the cabinet and door alignment
by firmly closing each door. Observe the movement
of the other doors. They should open slightly, then
close and seal.
2. The hinge wings fastened to the cabinet door have
slotted mounting holes for adjustment.
3. Additional adjustment can be made by adding
shims between the hinge wing and either the door
or the cabinet face.
REMOVING DOORS:
1. Loosen lower hex nut (Nut “A”) and release tension
on the torsion rod.
2. Remove the hitch pin from the upper hinge pin.
3. Hold the door steady and unscrew the pin at top of
the door. The door can now be lifted out of the lower
hinge- bracket
REINSTALLING DOORS:
1. Set lower square shaft on door in lower hinge
bracket
NUT "A"
2. Insert top hinge pin and tighten to 12 ft./lbs. torque.
SQUARE
SHAFT
NOTE: Washer must be in place so top pin will not
loosen and disconnect from door hinge.
3. Insert hitch pin through hole in upper hinge pin.
TORQUE ROD REMOVAL
4. Run Nut “A” up snug. (You may have to loosen Nut
“A” as you tighten tension as noted in Step 5.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
5. Set tension on door by turning square shaft in the
direction the door closes. Set tension so that the
door will self close when opened approximately 1".
(Do not overtighten so door will slam.) Tighten Nut
“A” so tension can be maintained.
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Loosen nut “A” to remove door.
Attach vice grips to shaft.
Drive torque rod out of door.
Install new rod into keyway slot in door frame.
Reattach nut after installing door.
Turn shaft clockwise then lock nut “A”.
Add torque until door will close by itself.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
DOOR GASKET REPLACEMENT
The gasket is replaceable on glass or solid door models.
A retainer is molded into the door frame. The door gasket
is then tapped into the retainer and secured for airtight
door seal.
7. Using a rubber mallet, tap the gasket into the
retainer. (NOTE: Gasket can be soaked in warm
water to make pliable.)
8. Place door back onto cabinet.
1. Remove door from cabinet.
2. Lay door front down on a flat, firm, nonscratch surface.
3. Pry up one corner of gasket with a putty knife or
screwdriver. Pull gasket from perimeter of door
retainer. Clean new gasket and straighten to insure
proper fit.
4. Pull gasket from perimeter of door retainer.
5. Clean new gasket and straighten to insure proper
fit.
6. Place gasket over retainer in door frame.
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CASTER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
METERING DEVICE REPLACEMENT
The refrigerant metering device in this cabinet is
expansion valve. It is a Sporlan FBV 1/4-C. It is located
on the face of the evaporator coil behind the drain pan.
(Super heat setting 6° to 8° valve is field adjustable.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power to the cabinet.
Remove the evaporator drain pan.
Isolate the valve from the remainder of the system.
Remove the valve and replace with exact part
number new valve.
5. Reposition the sensing bulb in original location.
6. Replace the drain pan.
7. Reconnect power to the cabinet.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
(Non-adjustable Shown)
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CONDENSER FAN MOTOR REPLACEMENT
The condenser fan motor is located directly behind the
condenser coil in the machinery compartment.
1. Disconnect the power to the cabinet.
2. Remove the front top panel.
3. Remove the metal screen fan guard.
4. Disconnect the wire at the junction box.
5. Remove the motor from the fan motor
mounting bracket.
6. Replace with correct motor.
7. Reconnect the wires at the junction box.
8. Replace the fan guard screen.
9. Replace the front top panel.
10. Reconnect the power to the cabinet.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
MASTER POWER SUPPLY SWITCH REPLACEMENT
The master power supply switch on the top mount
cabinets is located behind the front top panel, on the
lefthand side of the electrical supply box.
On the bottom mount cabinets, the master power
supply switch is located behind the lower front panel
on the electrical box assembly.
On scientific cabinets, the power key switch is
located on the front panel.
1. Disconnect power to the cabinet.
2. Remove the front panel.
3. Remove the screws holding the electrical
box cover.
4. Detach switch leads.
5. Remove the lock nut on exterior of the switch.
6. Replace with new switch.
7. Reattach the electrical leads.
8. Replace the cover with the screws.
9. Replace the front panel.
10. Reconnect the power to the cabinet.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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LIGHT SWITCH REPLACEMENT
On commercial models, the light switch is located
inside the cabinet. It is on the light channel assembly.
On scientific cabinets, the light switch is located on the
front control panel.
1. Disconnect the power to the cabinet.
2. Remove the plastic lamp shield. Remove the lamp
bracket from the cabinet.
3. Remove the lock nut on the switch body.
4. Disconnect wire leads.
5. Connect new switch.
6. Replace the lock nut.
7. Replace the lamp shield.
8. Reconnect the power to the cabinet.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
BALLAST REPLACEMENT
The ballast is located in the machinery compartment
(A), attached to the back of the electrical control box
(B).
1. Disconnect the power to the cabinet.
2. Remove the front panel.
3. Remove the cover panel on the electrical wiring box.
4. Disconnect the leads to the ballast.
5. Replace the ballast with correct part.
6. Replace the electrical wiring box cover panel.
7. Replace the front panel.
8. Reconnect the power to the cabinet.
Figure 1
Figure 2
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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FLUORESCENT BULB REPLACEMENT
1. Remove the plastic outer lamp shield.
2. Grasp the bulb.
3. Raise the bulb up. Pull out of the socket.
4. Remove the lamp shields and the end caps.
5. Place a new bulb in the shield. Attach the end caps.
6. Insert the bulb into the cabinet, push up and snap
into place.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
CENTER MULLION HEATER REMOVAL
DISCONNECT POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET!
Center mullion heaters not foamed in place on later
models. The heater can be accessed from inside the
cabinet.
Remove lamp (if applicable).
Spread inner plastic extrusion apart. Working down
one side and then the other. Slide a putty knife about
3/4" between mullion back panel & the plastic
extrusion. Carefully pry back panel from the mullion.
This will expose the foam insulation. The mullion
extrusion will have to be opened up also in order to get
foam insulation out. The heater is taped in place. The
heater lead wires exit the mullion and are plugged into
a terminal board located just above the door opening
in a raceway. Install the new heater in the same
manner and reassemble in reverse order (see photos).
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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PERIMETER HEATER REMOVAL
1. Disconnect power to cabinet.
2. Allow trim to warm up.
3. Insert the edge of the putty knife 1/16" under the
outer flange of the trim breaker.
4. Rotate handle down to approx. 45°.
5. Bump the putty knife handle until breaker trim
releases (see figure 1).
6. Remove all trim in the same manner.
7. Locate perimeter heater exit points.
8. Pull defective heater from groove provided.
9 The perimeter heater is plugged into a terminal
board located in the upper of lower raceway
depending on the application.
10. Install new heater and reseal wire exit points.
11. Replace trim and seal with a silastic compound.
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MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
CABINET RACEWAY - DOOR SWITCH REPLACEMENT
1. Disconnect the power supply to the cabinet.
2. Access the raceway (top or bottom mount) by
removing the front panels.
Terminal board located in this raceway has a number
of functions:
1. Power to center mullion heater;
3. Remove the raceway cover.
2. Power to perimeter heaters;
4. Squeeze the plastic retainer and pop out of
raceway.
3. Power to door receptacles.
5. Disconnect the wires form the switch. (Switch has
common normally open and normally close
contacts).
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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TOUCH-UP PAINTING INSTRUCTIONS - SPRAY PAINT
TOUCH-UP PAINT
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Send to bare metal on affected area and its
edges until the edges are smooth or feathered.
This insures that you are spraying onto a clean
area that has adhesion.
2. Use and automotive primer (lacquer) over the
bare metal.
3. Scuff sand the primered are lightly.
4. Test spray can before using on cabinet surface.
Apply in short, even strokes holding can 10" to
12" from surface, and moving rapidly during use.
Apply paint in thin layers (4-5 layers minimum)
with air drying time in between coats. Scuff sand
very lightly between coats. This will remove
uneven spots or roughness and will create a high
gloss, smooth finish.
5. Use rubbing compound (preferred) or wax over
the finished area after a few days of
hardening/drying time.
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THERMOSTAT BULB PLACEMENT
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CAUTION:
Make sure cabinet is disconnected from its power source prior to any
cleaning or maintenance.
CLEANING THE CABINET EXTERIOR
Wipe the exterior occasionally with a cloth dampened
in mild detergent water; rinse, and wipe dry with a soft,
dry cloth. Do not use abrasive or caustic cleaners
or scouring pads.
CLEANING THE CONDENSER - FIG. 1
1. Periodic cleaning of the condenser, located in the
machinery
compartment,
can
be
easily
accomplished by brushing the coils with a soft brush
and/or using a vacuum cleaner with a brush
attachment.
CLEANING THE STORAGE
COMPARTMENT
IMPORTANT: Do not use any objects or cleaners
which may leave residues, odors, or particles.
Avoid the use of strong chemicals or abrasive
cleaners which may damage the interior surfaces
and contaminate product within the storage
area.
1. Remove product and store in another suitable
cabinet, if possible. Be sure to prevent spoilage of the
product which may occur if it is left at room
temperature.
2. Be sure that dirt, dust, and collection of other
debris do not build up to a point air circulation
through the condenser is restricted.
2. Turn OFF the Master Power Supply Switch.
3. Clean the condenser at least twice a year.
4. Wash the inside surface of the doors and the entire
interior storage area with warm water and baking
soda solution—about a tablespoon of baking soda
per quart of water. Rinse thoroughly with clear water
and wipe dry. This procedure can also be used for
cleaning the door gaskets.
3. Remove the shelving.
5. Wash, rinse, and dry the shelving while it is outside of
the cabinet, using the same procedure as described
for the storage area.
6. Be sure to correctly reinstall the shelving, turn ON the
Master Power Supply Switch, check the setting of the
Temperature Control, and allow time for cooling of the
storage area before storing product.
FIG. 1
WARNING
To avoid the possibility of an electrical shock, turn OFF
thermostat and unplug the electric cord of the cabinet before
cleaning or touching electrical connections or parts.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
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BT30CWFMS
GROUNDING
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against
shock hazards and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong
receptacle. Where a two-prong wall receptacle is encountered, it must be replaced with a
properly grounded three-prong receptacle in accordance with the national electrical code
and local codes and ordinances. The work should be done by a qualified electrician. (See
figure below.) Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the round grounding prong
from this plug.
WARNING
Consult a qualified electrician if you have any doubt about the grounding of your wall
receptacle. Only a qualified electrician can determine the polarization of your wall
receptacle, and only a properly installed three-prong receptacle assures the proper
polarization of your wall receptacle, and only a properly installed three-prong receptacle
assures the proper polarization with the appliance plug.
POWER SUPPLY
CORD WITH 3-PRONG
GROUNDING PLUG
GROUNDING
TYPE WALL
RECEPTACLE
FLAMMABLE MATERIAL STORAGE
To meet requirements for storing flammable material, cabinet has no opening, other than the
door, or any electrical components below compressor compartment.
NOTE: Do not modify cabinet or remove flammable material storage label on the front.
DEFROSTING & CLEANING
A complete defrost will be required periodically, depending on the usage of the cabinet. To
defrost, perform the following:
1. Unload product from the cabinet.
2. Pull power supply cord from wall receptacle.
3. To hasten process, set pans of warm water on shelves of storage compartment, or let a fan
blow into the storage area with the door open.
4. Wipe all the shelving and wall surfaces clean and dry.
5. Remove the shelves and shelf standards, if necessary for thorough cleaning.
6. Return all components. Plug in power supply cord.
7. Once the cabinet has attained desired temperature, reload the cabinet with product.
NOTE:
The door may be hard to open for a short period after closing. Wait a few seconds to allow
interior air pressure to balance.
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Low Temp., Solid, 1-Door Freezers
BT30CWFMS
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Americold-HP 121-1-3087
+10°F to -20°F
115/60/1
Cap Tube 8' x .036
404A / 14 oz. / 396.9 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-9.8°
7.8
207.1
2.9
3.0
80°F / 27°C
-9.3°
8.7
236.4
2.9
3.0
1-DOOR (SOLID) ELECTRICAL/REFRIGERATION SPECS.
90°F / 32.5°C
-9.3°
10.1
266.3
3.0
3.1
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CONDENSING UNIT LAYOUT
Low Temp, Solid, 1-Door Freezers
BT30CWFMS
1. Compressor
2. PTC Relay & Overload
11
3. Thermostat Capillary
4
4. Electrical Box
6
5. Hot Gas Perimeter Loop
(Front Face)
7
6. Condenser
7. Condenser Fan Motor & Blade
3
8. Cold Wall Process Tube
1
9. Filter Drier
10. Cap Tube
2
11. High Side Service Valve
9
10
8
5
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CONDENSING UNIT LAYOUT
ELECTRICAL BOX COMPONENTS
BT30CWFMS
The thermostat is located in the electrical box, just
behind the front grill as shown.
2
The thermostat capillary is routed through the back of
the electrical box and inserted in a bulb well that is
clamped to the cold wall evaporator. The bulb well is on
the top, lefthand side of the unit compartment.
1
1. Thermostat
2. Terminal Board
5
3. Start Capacitor
4. Run Capacitor
5. Power Switch
4
THERMOSTAT SPECIFICATIONS
3
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WIRING DIAGRAM
84
BT30CWFMS
WIRING DIAGRAM
BT30CWEXPR
EXPLOSION PROOF STORAGE
This model is also UL listed for storing Flammable Materials.
DO NOT MODIFY CABINET OR REMOVE LABEL ON THE FRONT WHICH SPECIFIES STORAGE LIMITS
CONTAINER REQUIREMENTS
Refer to the latest edition of the following codes to determine correct container requirements and
the definition of flammable or combustible liquids.
National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 45 Fire Protection for Laboratories using Chemicals.
National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 99 Health Care Facilities Chapter 7, Laboratories in Health
Related Institutions.
NFPA Address: Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269
You must follow these codes when storing flammable materials.
GENERAL INSTALLATION INFORMATION
For satisfactory and safe operation, you must
thoroughly understand the operation of this cabinet
and conditions that could be dangerous if instructions
are not followed.
As the user of this cabinet, you are responsible to
understand how it must be installed for proper function
and operation. Any operator of the cabinet must be
given adequate training before placing the cabinet in
operation. You must be aware of WARNINGS called
out in the manual. You must follow all applicable codes
during installation and operation.
The freezer complies with the following:
1. U.L. Listed, Commercial Freezer for Hazardous
Locations. Also Listed for Flammable Materials
Storage. Control number 47R6.
2. For use in Class 1, Division 1, groups C and D Hazardous Locations. Operating Temperature Code, T4A.
3. Meets Requirements of OSHA 29CFR 1910.307.
4. Accepted for use: The City of New York
Department of Buildings
MEA 327-87-E
For your own benefit—take time to read this manual
and retain it for future refence.
2. Level the cabinet so door will slowly close when
held open about four (4") inches and released. This
setting assures self closing if the door is closed
hard enough to rebound open.
CAUTION:
REFRIGERATION LEAKS OR WET
INSULATION CAUSED BY DRILLING WILL VOID
THE WARRANTY!!!
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
The electrical power supply must be installed
according to the latest edition of the NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE – specifically Article 510 –
Hazardous (Classified Locations - Specific).
Appropriate materials and wiring methods must
be used in order to comply with the current
National Electrical Code for Class 1, Group
Cand D area installation. All local and other
appropriate codes must be followed.
The installation must be made by a licensed
professional electrician and contractor.
POWER SPECIFICATION: 115 Volt, 60 Cycle, 1 Phase
RUNNING AMP: 4.5 MIN. WIRE SIZE: 14 AWG.
GROUNDING
REMOVING OUTER DOOR
If the assembled cabinet is too wide to move through
narrow doorways, the cabinet doors can be removed
as follows:
1. Open doors and lift door off the hinge butts. It is
not necessary to remove the hinge covers to
remove the door.
2. After the legs are on and the cabinet is in final
position, set the doors back on the hinge pins.
LOCATING THE CABINET
Select a location most convenient for usage, preferably
a clean, dry area, away from sources of heat such as
overhead blowers, radiators, ovens, or direct sunlight.
FOR SATISFACTORY OPERATION
1. The cabinet should be free standing with a
minimum of four (4") inches between the cabinet
rear and the wall. To allow air flow over the
compressor and machinery compartment, a
minimum of 12" overhead clearance should be
provided.
BT30CWEXPR INFORMATION
WARNING:
For personal safety, this cabinet must be properly
GROUNDED. The ground wire to the cabinet must be
installed on the green screw located in the
conduit outlet box. (Refer to drawing.)
The conduit outlet box is where the incoming power
wires are connected to the cabinet wires.
The incoming ground wire must be properly installed
from the power supply. Consult a licensed electrician if
you have any doubt about this wire being properly
installed.
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WARNING:
Be absolutely sure that the surrounding location has
been checked for the absence of explosive
concentrations before any electrical work is started.
Overcurrent Protection: 15 amps. (If fuses are used
use time delay type.)
CAUTION: TO PREVENT IGNITION OF
HAZARDOUS ATMOSPHERES, DISCONNECT THE
PRODUCT FROM THE SUPPLY CABINET CIRCUIT
BEFORE OPENING ELECTRICAL BOXES. KEEP
ASSEMBLY TIGHTLY CLOSED WHEN IN OPERATION.
The thermostat dial is calibrated in °F, but doesn’t
indicate
temperatures
inside
the
storage
compartment. Typical performance for thermostat
control settings are listed below.
Cabinet thermostats are factory preset for 20°F:
Thermostat Setting
+25°F
+10°F
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Cavity Temp.
+16°F
+4°F
BT30CWEXPR INFORMATION
ELECTRICAL & REFRIGERATION SPECIFICATIONS
Low Temp., Solid, 1-Door Freezer
BT30CWEXPR
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Compressor Model Number
Recommended Operating Temp. Range (F/C)
Cabinet Volts
Expansion Device
Charge Refrig. Type / Oz. / Grams
Tecumseh-AE 800AT-421-A4
+10°F to -20°F (-12° C TO -27°C)
115/60/1
Cap Tube 12' x .031
R-134A / 19 oz. / 538.6 grams
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
AMBIENT
Cavity Temp. (F/C)
Suction Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Discharge Pressure (PSIG / Kpa)
Compressor Amps
Total Refrigeration Amps
70°F / 21.1°C
-5/-21
2.5 / 4
95 / 655
2.5
2.6
80°F / 27°C
-5 / -21
1/6
141 / 972
2.5
2.6
1-DOOR (SOLID) ELECTRICAL/REFRIGERATION SPECS.
90°F / 32.5°C
+5 / -15
4.2 / 27
117 / 1220
2.6
2.7
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CONDENSING UNIT LAYOUT
Low Temp, Solid, 1-Door Freezers
BT30CEXPR
1. Compressor
6. Compressor Process Tube (Low Side)
2. PTC Relay & Overload (Sealed Enclosure)
7. Cold Wall Process Tube (Low Side)
3. Thermostat
8. Hot Gas Perimeter Loop
4. Thermostat Adjustment (Enclosed)
9. Condenser Inlet & Outlet
5. Liquid Line Process Tube (High Side)
10. Capillary Tube Inlet
7
10
6
9
8
1
5
2
4
3
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CONDENSING UNIT LAYOUT
CABINET REAR VIEW
BT30CWEXPR
The condenser is attached to the rear of the cabinet
via the hold down brackets as shown.
The condenser consists of a 2-piece series circuit
arrangement.
CABINET REAR VIEW
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL
The temperature control is located on the unit
compartment, behind the front grill.
To change the cabinet temperature:
1. Remove the two screws that hold the cover in place.
2 Adjust the temperature control knob to the desired
cavity temperature. Replace the cover.
The thermostat dial is calibrated in degrees
Fahrenheit, but does not indicate temperatures inside
the storage compartment. Typical performance for
thermostat control settings is listed below. Cabinet
thermostats are factory preset for 0°F.
BT30CW-EXPR
SET POINT ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE: For set point adjustments and recalibration,
connect control to a calibrated temperature
source and stabilize unit.
TYPE E121
Adjust set point by turning external knob and pointer to
desired setting on scale.
Recalibration—adjusting set point after replacing
switch(es) and/or thermal assembly:
Slowly turn adjustment knob until switch transfers.
Compare switch transfer point to actual temperature. If
they do not agree, loosen set screws on adjustment
knob and align pointer to indicate actual temperature.
SWITCH HOUSING COVER REMOVED
only
factory
authorized
IMPORTANT: Use
replacement parts and procedures.
CAUTION:
Always disconnect supply circuits before
removing explosion proof cover.
REPLACEMENT OF SWITCHES
Types E121 & F120
1. Remove cover, (2) switch mounting screws, switch
and insulator.
2. Disconnect (3) switch wires at switch terminal.
3. Install new switch and wire per SET POINT
ADJUSTMENTS.
4. Mount switch and insulator inside enclosure and
recalibrate per SET POINT ADJUSTMENTS.
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TEMPERATURE CONTROL
THERMOSTAT BULB PLACEMENT
BT30CWEXPR
The Thermostat Bulb is routed through a hole
provided on the top, lefthand side of the unit
compartment as shown below(1).
1
The bulb is located 2" from the side wall and at the center line of the tank top as shown.
THERMOSTAT BULB PLACEMENT
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COMPRESSOR RELAY & OVERLOAD
BT30CWEXPR
The PTC relay and overload are located within welded pipe assembly as shown below (cap removed).
1
1. Compressor Overload
#T.I. 4TM762PHBYY-53
2. Compressor PTC Relay
#T.I. 8EA402
2
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CPMPRESSOR RELAY & OVERLOAD
TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS
TROUBLE
UNIT WILL NOT RUN.
COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Blown Fuse.
Check power for “live” circuit. If outlet is
“dead” but building has power, replace the
fuse. Try to determine the cause of the
overload or short circuit
Low Voltage.
Check outlet with voltmeter. Should check
115V plus or minus 10%.
If circuit is overloaded, either reduce load or
have electrician install separate circuit.
If unable to remedy any other way, install
auto-transformer.
CABINET TOO WARM.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Open motor or temperature control.
Jumper across terminals of control. If unit
runs and connections are all tight, replace
control. Power element may have lost
charge or points may be dirty. Repair or
replace thermostat.
Open relay.
Check relay. Replace if necessary.
Open overload.
Check overload. Replace if necessary
Open compressor.
Check compressor. Replace if necessary.
Open service cord.
Check with ohmmeter at unit. If no circuit
and current is indicated at outlet, replace
or repair.
Broken lead to compressors or cold
control.
Repair or replace broken leads.
Service cord not plugged in.
Plug in cord.
Thermostat position set too warm, not
allowing unit to operate often enough.
Turn knob to colder position.
Fan motor not running.
Check and replace fan motor if necessary.
Shortage of refrigerant
Check for leaks. Repair, evacuate and
recharge system.
Not enough air circulation around
cabinet.
Relocate cabinet or provide clearance to
allow sufficient circulation.
Dirty condenser or obstructed
condenser ducts.
Clean the condenser and the ducts.
Thermostat control capillary not
properly installed.
Refer back to removal/installation
instructions detailed in this manual.
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TROUBLE
CABINET RUNS
CONTINUOUSLY.
COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Not enough air circulation around
cabinet or circulation is restricted.
Relocate cabinet or provide proper clearances
around cabinet. Remove restriction.
Cooling large quantities of product or
heavy loading.
Explain to customer that heavy loading
causes long running time.
Refrigerant charge undercharged
or overcharged.
Check, evacuate and recharge with proper
charge.
Room temperature too warm.
Ventilate room as much as possible.
Thermostat defective.
Check control. If it allows unit to operate all
the time, replace control.
Loose flooring or floor not firm.
Tighten flooring or brace floor.
Tubing contacting cabinet or other tubing.
Move tubing gently!
Cabinet not level.
Level cabinet.
Compressor mechanically grounded.
Replace compressor mounts.
Fan hitting drain pan or
mechanically grounding.
Move fan.
Shipping bands rubbing.
Make sure all shipping bands have been cut
and removed.
Loose fan blades or motor.
Tighten fan blades and/or motor.
Loose parts or refrigeration or electrical
lines out of place.
Tighten all loose fittings. Move misplaced
lines.
Short relay.
Replace relay
Weak overload protector.
Replace overload protector.
Low voltage.
Check outlet with voltmeter. Underload voltage
should be 115V plus or minus 10%. Check
for several cabinets on same circuit or
extremely long or underseed cord being used.
Short compressor.
Check with meter and also ground before
replacing.
CABINET LIGHTS
WILL NOT WORK.
Light switch off or defective.
Try new bulb or bulbs. Inspect lampholders
for signs of bad connections.
COMPRESSOR
WILL NOT RUN.
Incorrect voltage.
Check voltage to compressor terminal
board. Voltage must be plus or minus 10% of
nameplate voltage.
NOISY OPERATION.
UNIT CYCLES ON
OVERLOAD.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
UNIT RUNS
TOO MUCH.
COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Abnormally high, heavy use of cabinet.
Heavy usage requires more operation
Check usage and correct or explain.
Shortage of refrigerant. Unit must run
longer and will operate at a lower
than normal suction pressure.
Put in the normal charge and check for
leaks.
Overcharge of refrigerant. Excessively cold or frosted suction liner
results in lost refrigeration effort.
Remove excess charge.
Restricted air flow over condenser
or air or non-condensable gases
in system.
Correct the condition.
High room temperature.
Check for temperature variance. Correct
condition.
Compressor inefficient.
Replace.
Thermostat setting too cold.
Raise setting.
UNIT SHORT CYCLES.
Cycling on overload because of high/low
line voltage with variance more or less
than 10% from 115 volts. May also
be caused by head pressures too high.
Check voltage, head pressure and air
passages. Repair and correct condition.
PRODUCT TOO COLD.
Thermostat set too cold.
Set warmer. (Setting #1 is the warmest; #7 is
the coldest.)
Thermostat bulb contact bad.
If the bulb contact is bad, the bulb
temperature will lag behind the sleeve
temperature, causing the unit to run longer
and make the cabinet too cold. Make sure
bulb makes good contact with the bulb well.
Room temperature abnormally low.
Correct conditions.
Thermostat set too warm.
Set colder. (setting #1 is the warmest; #7
the coldest.
Thermostat contact points dirty
or burned.
Clean or replace thermostat.
Thermostat out of adjustment.
Readjust or change thermostat.
Excessive service load or abnormally
high room temperature.
Educate customer about problems that are
caused by improper loading and excessive
room temperature fluctuations.
Excessive frost accumulation.
Defrost the cabinet.
PRODUCT TOO WARM.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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COMPRESSOR – TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS
TROUBLE
WON’T START. NO HUM.
WON’T START. HUMS
INTERMITTENTLY.
(cycling on protector)
COMPRESSOR STARTS –
MOTOR WON’T GET OFF
STARTING WINDING.
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COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Open line circuit.
Check wiring, fuses, receptacle.
Protector open.
Wait for reset—check current.
Control contacts open.
Check control, check pressures.
Open circuit in stator.
Replace stator or compressor.
Improperly wired.
Check wiring against diagram.
Low line voltage.
Check main line voltage, determine location of
voltage drop.
Open starting capacitor.
Replace starting capacitor.
Relay contacts not closing.
Check by operating manually. Replace relay if
defective.
Open circuit in start winding.
Check stator leads. If leads are all right,
replace compressor.
Stator winding grounded (normally
will blow fuse.)
Check stator leads. If leads are all right
replace compressor.
High discharge pressure.
Eliminate cause of excessive pressure. Make
sure discharge shut-off and receiver valves
are open if applicable.
Tight compressor.
Check oil level – correct binding condition, if
possible. If not, replace compressor.
Weak starting capacitor or one weak
capacitor of a set.
Replace.
Low line voltage.
Bring up voltage.
Improperly wired.
Check wiring against diagram.
Defective relay.
Check operation – replace relay if defective.
Running capacitor shorted.
Check resistances. Replace capacitor if
defective.
Starting and running windings shorted.
Check capacitance – replace if defective.
Starting capacitor weak or one of a
set open.
Check capacitance. Replace if defective.
High discharge pressure.
Check discharge shutoff valves.
Check pressure.
Tight compressor.
Check oil level. Check binding. Replace
compressor if necessary.
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
COMPRESSOR STARTS
& RUNS BUT CYCLES
ON PROTECTOR.
STARTING CAPACITORS
BURNT OUT.
RUNNING CAPACITORS
BURNT OUT.
RELAYS BURNT OUT.
TROUBLESHOOTING
COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Low line voltage.
Bring up voltage.
Additional current passing through
protector.
Check for added fan motors and pumps
connected to wrong side of protector.
Suction pressure too high.
Check compressor for proper application.
Discharge pressure too high.
Check ventilation, restrictions and overcharge.
Protector weak.
Check current - replace protector if
defective.
Running capacitor defective.
Check capacitance. Replace if defective.
Stator partially shorted or grounded.
Check resistances; check for ground. Replace
if defective.
Inadequate motor cooling.
Correct cooling system.
Compressor tight.
Check oil level. Check for binding condition.
Unbalanced line (three-phase).
Check voltage of each phase. If not equal,
correct condition of unbalance.
Discharge valve leaking or broken.
Replace valve plate.
Short cycling.
Reduce number of starts to 20 or less per
hour.
Prolonged operation on starting
winding.
Reduce starting load (install crankcase
pressure limit valve), increase voltage if
low – replace relay if defective.
Relay contacts sticking.
Clean contacts or replace relay.
Improper relay or incorrect relay setting.
Replace relay.
Improper capacitor.
Check parts list for proper capacitor rating:
mfd. and voltage.
Capacitor terminals shorted by water.
Install capacitors so terminals won’t be wet.
Excessive line voltage.
Reduce line voltage to not over 10% above
rating of motor.
High line voltage and light load.
Reduce voltage if over 10% excessive.
Capacitor voltage rating too low.
Install capacitors with recommended voltage
rating
Capacitor terminals shorted by water
Install capacitors so terminals won’t be wet.
Low line voltage.
Increase voltage to not less than 10% above
motor rating.
Excessive line voltage.
Reduce voltage to not more than 10% above
motor rating.
Incorrect running capacitor.
Replace with correct capacitor.
Short cycling.
Reduce number of starts per hour.
Relay vibrating.
Mount relay rigidly.
Incorrect relay.
Use relay recommended for specific motor
compressor.
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FLUORESCENT LAMP – TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS
The manufacturer uses standard fluorescent lamps in ail of its applications. Standard one- and two-lamp ballast
circuits are used.
Replacement lamps should be purchased over the counter from a local electrical wholesaler.
The table below indicates general problems that may be encountered with fluorescent lighting applications, possible
causes, and corrective maintenance suggestions.
TROUBLE
NORMAL END OF LIFE.
Lamp won’t operate. Flashes momentarily and goes out or blinks on and
off. Ends probably blackened.
SHORT LIFE.
END BLACKENING.
Dense blackening at one end or both,
extending 2"-3" from base.
100
COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Normal failure. Active material on
cathodes exhausted.
Replace lamp promptly.
Wrong lamp type used.
Replace with lamp type marked in owner’s
manual.
Wrong type of starter.
Replace with correct starter.
Ballast not supplying the specified
electrical values.
Replace with correct ballast for rating for
lamp size.
Wrong type of ballast used.
Replace ballast with proper type.
Too low or too high voltage.
Check primary voltage with range
specified on ballast name plate.
Poor circuit contact (likely at lampholders).
Lampholders should be rigidly mounted
and lamp securely seated.
Ballast improperly or incompletely
connected.
Study ballast label wiring diagram and
check connections.
Too many lamp starts.
Average life for most lamps is dependent on
number of starts and hours of operation.
Normal end of life.
Replace lamp promptly.
Mercury deposit – generally within
1" of lamp end.
Should evaporate as lamp is operated.
Poor circuit contact likely at the
lampholder.
Lampholders should be rigidly mounted
and lamp securely seated.
Ballast improperly or incompletely
connected.
Study ballast wiring instructions and check
connections.
Wrong type lamp used.
Replace with correct lamp type.
Wrong type of starter or defective
starter causing on/off blinking or
prolonged flashing at each start.
Replace with proper starter.
Ballast installed not supplying the
specified electrical values.
Replace with ballast of correct rating for
lamp size.
Line voltage too low or too high.
Check line voltage with range specified on
ballast plate.
Ballast improperly or incompletely
connected.
Study ballast label wiring instructions and
check connections.
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
NO STARTING EFFORT
OR SLOW STARTING.
COMMON CAUSE
REMEDY
Open lamp cathode circuit due to
broken cathode, air leak, or by
open weld.
If open, circuit is shown by continuity test or
viewing end of bulb against a pinhole
of light. Replace lamp.
Wrong lamp type used.
Replace with lamp type indicated in owner’s
manual.
Starter at end of life.
Replace starter.
Starter sluggish.
Replace starter.
Ballast installed not supplying the
specified electrical values.
Replace with correct ballast of correct
rating for lamp size.
Temperature cold air contact to
bulb.
Correct installation of lamp protection
tubes, or shields to prevent cold air effects.
Circuit voltage.
Check voltage and correct if possible.
DECREASED LIGHT
OUTPUT. Full illumination of
Temperature operation, cold air
affects lamp performance.
Properly install jacketed lamps where
applicable.
bulbs requires correct assembly
of all components of lighting system.
Circuit voltage.
Check voltage and correct if possible.
Ballast improperly or incompletely
connected.
Study ballast label wiring instructions and
check connections.
Dust or dirt on lamp or fixture.
Clean.
Normal failure. Active material on
cathodes exhausted.
Replace lamp promptly.
Possible lamp fault in some lampholders.
Replace lamp. Investigate further if
successive lamps blink or flicker during
“lighted” period.
Wrong type of starter or defective starter.
Replace with proper starter.
Ballast installed not supplying the
specified electrical circuit.
Replace with correct ballast with correct
rating for lamp size.
Circuit voltage.
Check voltage and correct if possible.
Loose circuit contact.
Lampholders should be rigidly mounted and
lamp securely seated.
Wrong lamp type used.
Replace with correct lamp number located in
owner’s manual.
Wrong ballast used. Wrong voltage
rating.
Replace ballast.
Circuit voltage.
Check voltage and correct to design
specifications.
Ballast improperly or incompletely
connected.
Study ballast label. Correct if installed
wrong.
BLINKING ON/OFF:
Accompanied by shimmering
effect during “lighted” period.
OVERHEATED BALLAST.
TROUBLESHOOTING
101
REMOTE CABINET
WIRING & PIPING
INFORMATION
TYPICAL REMOTE UPRIGHT INSTALLATION (Top Mount)
NOTE:
1. All refrigeration and electrical materials between
condensing unit and cabinets are to be supplied by
the installing contactor.
2. Suction lines must be insulated with 1/2" thick
aramflex or equal their entire length.
3. Refrigeration lines should be run as short and direct
as possible.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
4. To aid oil drainage, horizontal suction lines should be
pitched downward at least 1/2" per 10 feet of run.
5. To insure oil return, a “P” trap must be installed in the
suction line a the foot of every riser.
6. Liquid line not shown - Do not run liquid line inside
insulation with suction line.
105
TYPICAL REMOTE UPRIGHT INSTALLATION (Bottom Mount)
NOTE:
1. All refrigeration and electrical materials between
condensing unit and cabinets are to be supplied by
the installing contactor.
2. Suction lines must be insulated with 1/2" thick
aramflex or equal their entire length.
3. Refrigeration lines should be run as short and direct
as possible.
106
4. To aid oil drainage, horizontal suction lines should be
pitched downward at least 1/2" per 10 feet of run.
5. To insure oil return, a “P” trap must be installed in the
suction line a the foot of every riser.
6. Liquid line not shown - Do not run liquid line inside
insulation with suction line.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
CONDENSING UNIT ASSEMBLY - Component Identification
1
5
2
3
4
CAUTION
6
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
DESCRIPTION
COMPRESSOR
START COMPONENT ASS'Y,
FAN MOTOR
FAN BLADE
FILTER/DRIER
CONDENSER COIL
CONDENSING UNIT ASSEMBLY
107
EVAPORATOR COIL ASSEMBLY - Component Identification
5
ATTACH RETAINER IN
THIS POSITION AT
ENDS OF COIL
EXPANSION VALVE BULB
NOTE BUCKLE POSITION
EXP. VALVE MTG. STRAP
SECTION 'A-A'
REAR FAN MODELS
SECTION 'A-A'
FRONT FAN MODELS
INSULATION
45
45
5
SENSOR
SECTION 'B-B'
SECTION 'C-C'
ATTACH RETAINER IN
THIS POSITION AT ALL
LOCATIONS EXCEPT ENDS
3
REMOTE MODELS,
STRAINER INSERTED
PRIOR TO BRAZING
POSITION SENSOR AS SHOWN
AND IN THE APPROXIMATE
CENTER OF THE COIL.
THE SENSOR MUST HANG
IN THE AIRFLOW AND NOT
CONTACT ANY SURFACES.
6
2
1
7
SLIDE INSULATION OVER
SENSOR, TIE ENDS CLOSED
'B'
1
'C'
'B'
'A'
2
'C'
'A'
1/
1
APPROX.
5
4
MODELS WITH ELECTRONIC (PULSE) CONTROL
2
1
6
'B'
'B'
'A'
'A'
1/
1
APPROX.
5
4
MODELS WITH ELECTRO-MECHANICAL CONTROL
SEQ
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
108
DESCRIPTION
EVAPORATOR COIL
EXPANSION VALVE
STRAINER, INLET TXV
HEATER, DEFROST
RETAINER, HEATER
THERMOSTAT, DEFROST TERMINATION
HARNESS, EVAPORATOR SENSOR
EVAPORATOR COIL ASSEMBLY
EVAPORATOR FAN ASSEMBLY - Component Identification
EVAPORATOR FAN ASSEMBLY
109
ELECTRICAL BOX - Component Identification
1
5
RED
BLACK
WHITE
BLUE
PURPLE
YELLOW
BROWN
ORANGE
4
3
3
5 AMP-125/250V
FUSE
1
2
3
NO
12345678
O
N
4
2
1
6
SERIAL PORT
4
10
TEMPERATURE
SENSORS
1
2
3
TRANSFORMER
31-2025-00 REV AR
DISPLAY
FRIGIDAIRE
COMMERCIAL
PRODUCTS
CONWAY, AR
19-1704-00 REV __
NO
COM
NO
COM
LED
COM
RELAY 1
NO
RELAY 2
COM
RELAY 3
FUSE
RELAY 4
POWER
5
PROGRAM MICROCHIP
5
13
LABEL
2
ON
OFF
PURPLE
YELLOW
BROWN
L1
ORANGE
7
7
L2
10
5 AMP-125/250V
FUSE
BLUE
WHITE
2
T2
OFF
T1
BLACK
RED
ON
6
REFER TO THIS VIEW FOR
MODELS WITH TIME CLOCK
DEFROST CONTROL
15
BALLAST ASSY.
SEE DETAIL
6
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
RED
HARNESS PLUG FROM
BALLAST, WIRED FOR
ONE LAMP, MUST BE
IN THIS POSITION
14
8
SIDE VIEW
YELLOW
ORANGE
2
1
3
PURPLE
4
BROWN
OFF
5 AMP-125/250V
FUSE
7
5
REFER TO THIS VIEW FOR
MODELS WITH PULSE
CONTROLLER BOARD
3
THERMOSTAT, CW MODELS
9
9
THIS LOCATION USED
ONLY ON DUAL
BALLAST MODELS
ON
OFF
SIDE VIEW
11
12
REFER TO THESE VIEWS FOR COLD WALL
AND DUAL TEMPERATURE MODELS
BALLAST BOX
ASSEMBLY
SEQ
110
DESCRIPTION
1
CONTROLLER BOARD, PULSE
2
TOGGLE SWITCH, POWER
3
THERMOSTAT
4
DEFROST TIMER
5
TERMINAL BOARD
6
RELAY, POWER (SCIENTIFIC MODELS)
7
RECEPTACLE
8
HARNESS, DRAIN PAN (BTM MT MODELS)
9
BALLAST
10
FUSE
11
RUN CAPACITOR
12
START CAPACITOR
13
CAPACITOR, RUN 55 MFD/370 60
14
HARNESS, BALLAST
15
POWER CORD
EVAPORATOR COIL ASSEMBLY
EVAPORATOR FAN ASSEMBLY - Component Identification
Hardening, Low-Tempature Models (Front Fan)
1
2
1. Fan Motor
2. Fan Blade (2)
EVAPORATOR FAN ASSEMBLY
111
START COMPONENT ASSEMBLY- Component Identification
2
6
BLACK WIRE
4
3
1
ORANGE JUMPER WIRE
4
5
ORANGE WIRE
2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
112
1
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, START
CAPACITOR, RUN
RELAY, START
TERMINAL BLOCK
HARNESS, COMPRESSOR
HARNESS, ELECTRICAL BOX
START COMPONENT ASSEMBLY
FRONT PANEL - Component Identification
FRONT PANEL
113
INCANDESCENT LIGHT ASSEMBLY- Component Identification
1. Lamp Socket
2. Incandescent Bulb
3. Light Guard
1
3
114
2
INCANDESCENT LIGHT ASSEMBLY
SIDE LAMP BRACKET ASSEMBLY - Component Identification
3
3
1
1
3
3
2
2
ASSEMBLY SHOWN IS LEFT SIDE FOR TOP
MOUNT MODELS. ON BOTTOM MOUNT MODELS
WIRES EXIT AT THE BOTTOM AND THE SWITCH
IS MOUNTED IN THE RIGHT SIDE ASSEMBLY.
ON SCIENTIFIC MODELS, SWITCH IS MOUNTED
IN THE CONTROL PANEL.
SEQ
1
2
3
ASSEMBLY SHOWN IS RIGHT SIDE FOR BOTTOM
MOUNT MODELS. ON TOP MOUNT MODELS
WIRES EXIT AT THE TOP AND THE SWITCH IS
MOUNTED IN THE LEFT SIDE ASSEMBLY. ON
SCIENTIFIC MODELS, SWITCH IS MOUNTED IN
THE CONTROL PANEL.
DESCRIPTION
LAMPHOLDER, TOP (SPRING LOADED PLUNGER)
LAMPHOLDER, BOTTOM (STATIONARY)
SWITCH, TOGGLE
SIDE LAMP BRACKET ASSEMBLY
115
MULLION/LIGHT ASSEMBLY- Component Identification
1
LOCATE SPLICE APPROX.
AS SHOWN. DO NOT BEND.
TAPE MUST COVER SPLICE
TAPE OVER
HEATER,
FULL LENGTH
2 MIN
3 MAX
1/2 MAX
5
2
1
ROUTE WIRES THRU
HOLE IN BREAKER
(BOTH SIDES)
1.750
.750 MAX
.750 MAX
2
1
TOP LAMPHOLDER
BREAKER
DESCRIPTION
HEATER
TAPE APPROX. EVERY
12" AS SHOWN.
WIRES MUST BE TAPED
WITHIN DIMS SHOWN TO
AVOID SHORTING FROM
LOCK ASSY SCREWS
HOLE PATTERN
FOR LOCK ASSY
5/16 TYP
5
1.750
2 MIN
3 MAX
1/2 MAX
QUAD DOOR MULLION
1/2 MAX
STANDARD MULLION
ON OUTER PANEL
HEATER & HARNESS PLACEMENT
1/2 MAX
ON OUTER PANEL
HEATER PLACEMENT
3
SUPPLY HARNESS
BOTTOM LAMPHOLDER
SEQ
4
INSULATION
5
6
INNER PLATE W/LAMP
TOP MOUNT SHOWN
BOTTOM MOUNT WIRES
EXIT AT BOTTOM
3
3
INNER PLATE
4
OUTER PLATE
4
COMPLETED ASS'Y CROSS-SECTION
6
2
5/16 TYP
COMPLETED ASS'Y
MULLION/LIGHT ASSEMBLY
116
PARTS LIST
PARTS LIST - ONE DOOR LOW TEMPERATURE
Description
T30LGP-5
ULG30BS-5
T30LGPE-5
ULG30BF-5
T30LSP-5
T30LSPHD-5
BT30FS-4
ST30FSBB-4
Compressor
Start Relay
Start Capacitor
Run Capacitor
Motor Protector, Compr
Condenser Coil
Fan Motor, Cond
Fan Blade, Cond
Filter/Drier
Heat Exchange
Evaporator Coil
Expansion Valve
Heater, Defrost
Thermostat, Def. Term.
Thermostat, Fan Delay
Harness, Evap
Fan Motor, Evap
Fan Blade, Evap
Motor Mount, Evap
Grill, Evap Fan
Harness, Drain Heater
Heater, Drain Tube
Controller Board, Pulse
Defrost Timer
Switch, Power
Relay, Power
Thermostat, Cabinet
Power Cord
Harness, Ebox to Main
Heater, Cond Pan
Ballast
Harness, Ballast
Transformer, Ballast
Fuse, Lights
Lampholder, Top
Lampholder, Bottom
Switch, Light
Lamp
Safety Shield, Lamp
Cover, Lamp
Heater, Perimeter
Breaker Trim, Side
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm
Display Board, Pulse
Thermometer, Solar
Switch, Door
Hinge, Lower LH
Hinge, Lower RH
Hinge, Upper LH
Hinge, Upper RH
Door Assy, LH
Door Assy, RH
Door Closer
Gasket, Door
Handle, Door
Lock, Door
Shelf, Cantilever
Shelf, Bottom
Drawer Ass'y
Leg, Adjustable
Front/Control Panel Assy
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18-1106-00
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18-0713-00
18-0386-10
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19-1652-01
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19-1240-01
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17-0288-00
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19-0101-00
18-1106-00
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18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0952-01
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
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50-3159-00
10-0976-02
25-0518-00
50-3159-00
10-0976-02
25-0409-00
51-1517-14
50-3159-00
10-0976-02
25-0518-00
50-3159-00
10-0976-02
25-0409-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
51-0172-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
50-0176-01
33-0504-01
50-0176-01
50-0176-01
33-0504-01
50-0176-08
33-0504-01
50-0176-01
PARTS LIST - 1 DOOR LOW TEMP
50-3145-03
33-0504-01
50-2999-49
119
PARTS LIST - TWO DOOR LOW TEMPERATURE
Description
T50LGP-5
T50LGPHD-5
ULG50BC-5
T50LGPE-5
ULG50BF-5
T50LSP-5
BT50FS-4
Compressor
Start Relay
Start Capacitor
Run Capacitor
Condenser Coil
Fan Motor, Cond
Fan Blade, Cond
Filter/Drier
Heat Exchange
Evaporator Coil
Expansion Valve
Heater, Defrost
Thermostat, Def. Term.
Thermostat, Fan Delay
Harness, Evap
Fan Motor, Evap
Fan Blade, Evap
Motor Mount, Evap
Grill, Evap Fan
Harness, Drain Heater
Heater, Drain Tube
Controller Board, Pulse
Defrost Timer
Switch, Power
Relay, Power
Thermostat, Cabinet
Power Cord
Harness, Ebox to Main
Harness, Cond Heater
Heater, Cond Pan
Ballast
Harness, Ballast
Transformer, Ballast
Fuse, Lights
Lampholder, Top
Lampholder, Bottom
Switch, Light
Lamp
Safety Shield, Lamp
Cover, Lamp
Heater, Perimeter
Heater, Mullion
Breaker Trim, Side
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm
Display Board, Pulse
Thermometer, Solar
Switch, Door
Hinge, Lower LH
Hinge, Lower RH
Hinge, Upper LH
Hinge, Upper RH
Door Assy, LH
Door Assy, RH
Door Closer
Gasket, Door
Handle, Door
Lock, Door
Shelf, Cantilever
Shelf, Bottom
Leg, Adjustable
Front/Control Panel Assy
16-0324-00
17-0167-00
17-0168-00
19-2678-00
18-0546-02
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
16-0325-00
17-0267-00
17-0365-00
17-0266-00
18-0546-02
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
16-0324-00
17-0167-00
17-0168-00
19-2678-00
18-0546-02
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
51-0987-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
16-0324-00
17-0167-00
17-0168-00
19-2678-00
18-0546-02
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
16-0324-00
17-0167-00
17-0168-00
19-2678-00
18-0546-02
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
51-0987-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
16-0322-00
17-0163-00
17-0164-00
16-0322-00
17-0163-00
17-0164-00
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3812-02
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0952-01
19-1706-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1224-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-02
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1224-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-02
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3812-02
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0952-01
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0084-00
19-1707-02
19-0084-00
19-1707-02
19-0967-00
19-1707-03
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0084-00
19-1707-02
19-0977-01
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
19-1688-01
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-1694-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-03
19-0967-00
19-1707-03
19-0977-01
19-1688-01
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-1694-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-03
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
19-1705-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
19-1705-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
19-1705-01
19-1705-01
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1517-01
51-1517-21
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1517-01
51-1517-21
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1516-01
51-1516-25
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0409-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1517-12
51-1517-32
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1516-13
51-1516-37
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0409-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-02
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-02
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-02
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
120
50-0176-02
50-0176-02
19-0967-00
19-1707-04
24-0513
19-1006-00
19-1005-00
19-1031-00
19-0967-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
19-1688-00
503-248D
22-0213
19-0966-01
19-1657-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
25-0178-02
25-0178-03
25-0178-08
25-0178-09
51-0172-05
51-0172-06
25-0178-01
10-0882-06
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-09
44-1034
19-0966-01
19-1657-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
19-1050-03
19-0969-00
25-0178-02
25-0178-03
25-0178-08
25-0178-09
51-0172-05
51-0172-06
25-0178-01
10-0882-06
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
51-0174-05
PARTS LIST - 2 DOOR LOW TEMP
PARTS LIST - THREE DOOR LOW TEMPERATURE
Description
T80LGP-5
ULG80BC-5
T80LGPE-5
ULG80BF-5
T80LSP-5
BT80FS-4
Compressor
Start Relay
Start Capacitor
Run Capacitor
Condenser Coil
Fan Motor, Cond
Fan Blade, Cond
Filter/Drier
Heat Exchange
Evaporator Coil
Expansion Valve
Heater, Defrost
Thermostat, Def. Term.
Thermostat, Fan Delay
Harness, Evap
Fan Motor, Evap
Fan Blade, Evap
Motor Mount, Evap
Grill, Evap Fan
Harness, Drain Heater
Heater, Drain Tube
Controller Board, Pulse
Defrost Timer
Switch, Power
Relay, Power
Thermostat, Cabinet
Power Cord
Harness, Ebox to Main
Harness, Cond Heater
Heater, Cond Pan
Ballast
Harness, Ballast
Transformer, Ballast
Fuse, Lights
Lampholder, Top
Lampholder, Bottom
Switch, Light
Lamp
Safety Shield, Lamp
Cover, Lamp
Heater, Perimeter
Heater, Mullion
Breaker Trim, Side
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm Ctr
Display Board, Pulse
Thermometer, Solar
Switch, Door
Hinge, Lower LH
Hinge, Upper LH
Door Assy, LH w/Display
Door Assy, LH w/o Display
Door Closer
Gasket, Door
Handle, Door
Lock, Door
Shelf, Cantilever
Shelf, Bottom
Leg, Adjustable
Front/Control Panel Assy
16-0326-00
17-0267-00
17-0265-00
17-0266-00
18-0547-00
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-02
18-0386-11
19-0953-00
19-1706-00
16-0326-00
17-0267-00
17-0265-00
17-0266-00
18-0547-00
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
51-0987-00
18-0714-02
18-0386-11
19-0953-00
19-1706-00
16-0326-00
17-0267-00
17-0265-00
17-0266-00
18-0547-00
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-02
18-0386-11
19-0953-00
19-1706-00
16-0326-00
17-0267-00
17-0265-00
17-0266-00
18-0547-00
19-0934-00
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
51-0987-00
18-0714-02
18-0386-11
19-0953-00
19-1706-00
16-0323-00
17-0163-00
17-0165-00
17-0166-00
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-03
19-1706-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1224-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-02
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1224-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-02
19-1704-02
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
16-0323-00
17-0163-00
17-0165-00
17-0166-00
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-03
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0103-00
19-0084-00
19-1707-02
19-0967-00
19-1707-03
19-1688-00
19-1688-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
19-1688-01
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-1694-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-03
19-0967-00
19-1707-03
19-0977-01
19-1688-01
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-1694-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-03
19-0967-00
19-1707-04
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0084-00
19-1707-02
19-0977-01
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
24-0513
19-1006-00
19-1005-00
19-1031-00
19-0967-00
19-1675-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1231-03
51-1517-01
51-1517-20
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1231-03
51-1516-01
51-1516-24
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0409-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1231-03
51-1517-12
51-1517-31
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1231-03
51-1516-13
51-1516-36
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0409-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-03
PARTS LIST - 3 DOOR LOW TEMP
503-248D
22-0213
19-0966-01
19-1657-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
44-1034
19-0966-01
19-1657-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-0969-00
25-0178-02
25-0178-08
51-0172-05
19-1050-03
19-0969-00
25-0178-02
25-0178-08
51-0172-05
25-0178-01
10-0882-06
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-10
25-0178-01
10-0882-06
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
51-0174-06
121
PARTS LIST - HARDENING CABINETS (LOW TEMPERATURE FREEZERS)
Description
T30HSP-4
BTL30FS-4
STL30FSBB-4
T50HSQL-4
T50HSQHP-4
BTQ50FSHD-4
Compressor
Start Relay
Start Capacitor
Run Capacitor
Condenser Coil
Fan Motor, Cond
Fan Blade, Cond
Filter/Drier
Heat Exchange
Evaporator Coil
Expansion Valve
Heater, Defrost
Thermostat, Def. Term.
Thermostat, Fan Delay
Harness, Evap
Fan Motor, Evap
Fan Blade, Evap
Harness, Drain Heater
Heater, Drain Tube
Defrost Timer
Switch, Power
Relay, Power
Thermostat, Cabinet
Power Cord
Harness, Ebox to Main
Heater, Cond Pan
Lampholder, Top
Lamp
Cover, Lamp
Heater, Perimeter
Heater, Vert Mullion
Heater, Horiz Mullion
Breaker Trim, Side
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm
Thermometer, Solar
Hinge, Lower LH
Hinge, Lower RH
Hinge, Upper LH
Hinge, Upper RH
Hinge, Center LH
Hinge, Center RH
Hinge Leaf, Inner Door
Hinge Leaf, Inner Door
Door Assy, RH
Door Assy, Inner RH
Door Assy, Lwr LH/Upr RH
Door Assy, Lwr RH/Upr LH
Door Closer
Gasket, Door
Handle, Door
Lock, Door
Shelf, Cantilever
Shelf, Bottom
Drawer Assy
Leg, Adjustable
Front/Control Panel Assy
16-0322-00
17-0163-00
17-0164-00
16-0322-00
17-0163-00
17-0164-00
16-0322-00
17-0163-00
17-0164-00
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3812-01
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0534-01
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1225-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
24-0513
19-0103-00
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3812-01
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0534-01
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1225-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
24-0513
19-1006-00
19-1005-00
19-1007-00
19-0620-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
503-248D
22-0213
44-1034
19-0966-02
16-0325-00
17-0267-00
17-0265-00
17-0266-00
18-0546-02
24-0396
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-11
19-0534-02
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1225-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-0624-00
19-0103-00
19-1005-00
19-1007-00
16-0325-00
17-0267-00
17-0265-00
17-0266-00
18-0546-02
24-0396
19-0410-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-11
19-0534-02
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1225-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-0624-00
19-1006-00
19-1005-00
19-1007-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
19-0966-02
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3812-01
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0534-01
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1225-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
24-0513
19-1006-00
19-1005-00
19-1007-00
19-0620-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
503-248D
22-0213
44-1034
19-0966-02
16-0323-00
17-0163-00
17-0165-00
17-0166-00
18-0546-01
19-0933-00
19-0101-00
18-1106-00
50-3776-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0534-03
19-1071-00
19-0954-00
19-1652-01
19-1221-00
19-1225-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
24-0513
19-0103-00
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
19-1050-02
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
19-1050-03
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
25-0178-09
25-0178-09
25-0178-09
25-0178-03
25-0178-03
25-0178-03
19-0966-05
19-1657-01
19-0531-01
10-1485-07
10-1485-04
19-1050-02
25-0178-06
25-0178-07
25-0178-02
25-0178-03
25-0178-04
25-0178-05
19-0966-05
19-1657-01
19-0531-01
10-1485-07
10-1485-04
19-1050-02
25-0178-06
25-0178-07
25-0178-02
25-0178-03
25-0178-04
25-0178-05
19-0966-05
19-1657-01
19-0531-01
10-1485-07
10-1485-04
19-1050-03
25-0178-06
25-0178-07
25-0178-02
25-0178-03
25-0178-04
25-0178-05
30-2117
30-2118
51-0172-02
51-1059-01
30-2117
30-2118
51-0172-02
51-1059-01
30-2117
30-2118
51-0172-02
51-1059-01
51-0171-01
51-0171-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-04
08-0516-00
50-1104-01
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
51-0171-01
51-0171-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-04
08-0516-00
50-1104-01
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
51-0171-01
51-0171-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-04
08-0516-00
50-1104-01
33-0504-01
03-1620-02
33-0504-01
03-1620-02
33-0504-01
51-0174-05
122
19-1007-00
19-0620-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0325-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
03-1620-01
33-0504-01
51-0174-04
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
50-3145-03
33-0504-01
50-2999-49
19-1007-00
19-0967-00
19-1675-01
19-1688-00
PARTS LIST - HARDENING CABINETS
PARTS LIST - REMOTE CONDENSING UNIT LOW TEMPERATURE
Heat Exchange
Solenoid Valve
Evaporator Coil
Expansion Valve
Heater, Defrost
Thermostat, Def. Term.
Strainer, TXV Inlet
Harness, Evap
Fan Motor, Evap
Fan Blade, Evap
Motor Mount, Evap
Grill, Evap Fan
Harness, Drain Heater
Heater, Drain Tube
Controller Board, Pulse
Switch, Power
Harness, Ebox to Main
Heater, Cond Pan
Ballast
Harness, Ballast
Fuse, Lights
Lampholder, Top
Lampholder, Bottom
Switch, Light
Lamp
Safety Shield, Lamp
Cover, Lamp
Heater, Perimeter
Heater, Vert Mullion
Breaker Trim, Side
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm Ctr
Display Board, Pulse
Switch, Door
Hinge, Lower LH
Hinge, Lower RH
Hinge, Upper LH
Hinge, Upper RH
Door Assy, LH w/Display
Door Assy, LH
Door Assy, RH
Door Closer
Gasket, Door
Handle, Door
Lock, Door
Shelf, Cantilever
Shelf, Bottom
Leg, Adjustable
Front Panel Assy
T30LGPRBR-5
T50LGPR-5
ULG50RD-5
T80LGPR-5
ULG80RD-5
ULS30US-5
T50LSPR-5
50-0149-00
19-3037-00
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0952-01
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-04
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-02
50-0149-00
19-3037-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-02
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
50-0148-00
19-3037-00
18-0714-01
18-0386-10
19-0952-02
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-02
50-0149-00
19-3037-00
18-0714-02
18-0386-11
19-0953-00
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-02
19-1688-00
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
50-0148-00
19-3037-00
18-0714-02
18-0386-11
19-0953-00
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-02
50-0149-00
19-3037-00
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0952-01
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-04
19-1688-00
50-0149-00
19-3037-00
18-0713-00
18-0386-10
19-0952-01
19-1706-00
18-0389-00
19-1652-05
19-1221-00
19-1223-00
10-1478-00
10-1479-00
19-1655-00
19-1240-01
19-1704-02
19-0103-00
19-1707-04
19-1688-00
19-0966-02
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1516-01
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
03-1232-02
03-1231-03
03-1231-04
51-1517-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
10-1485-05
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
03-1232-01
19-0966-01
19-1657-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-04
03-1231-03
03-1231-03
51-1517-01
51-1517-20
51-1516-01
51-1516-24
51-1517-07
50-3159-00
10-0976-02
30-0080
51-1516-25
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
51-1517-21
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0409-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-02
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
03-1232-02
03-1231-04
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
50-0176-02
19-1725-00
19-1730-00
19-0970-00
19-0957-01
19-0957-02
19-0729-00
19-1040-00
10-0983-00
10-0809-00
19-0966-01
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
25-0178-03
19-1705-01
19-0969-00
25-0178-08
25-0178-09
25-0178-02
25-0178-03
51-0172-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-08
51-0172-05
51-0172-06
25-0178-01
10-0882-06
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-09
25-0178-09
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0518-00
50-3159-00
10-0976-01
25-0409-00
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
50-0176-03
15-0267-00
15-0197-03
PARTS LIST - REMOTE CONDENSING UNIT
50-0176-03
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PARTS LIST - COLD WALL FREEZERS
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Description
BT30CWFMS-2
BT30CW-EXPR
Compressor
Start Relay
Start Capacitor
Run Capacitor
Motor Protector, Compr
Condenser Coil
Filter/Drier
Heat Exchange
Capillary Tube
Switch, Power
Thermostat, Cabinet
Power Cord
Breaker Trim, Side
Breaker Trim, Top/Btm
Thermometer, Solar
Hinge, Lower RH
Hinge, Upper RH
Door Assy, RH
Door Closer
Gasket, Door
Handle, Door
Lock, Door
Shelf, Cantilever
Shelf, Bottom
Leg, Adjustable
Front/Control Panel Assy
16-0310-00
17-0286-00
17-0291-00
17-0288-00
17-0316-00
18-1214-01
12-3024
50-4056-02
10-9003
19-0103-00
19-1222-00
19-0620-00
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
19-1050-03
25-0178-09
25-0178-03
51-0172-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0325-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
51-0174-10
16-0263-00
18-1214-01
12-3024
50-4056-03
10-9025
23-5176
10-1485-02
10-1485-03
25-0178-09
25-0178-03
51-0172-02
25-0178-01
10-0882-05
25-5055-00
25-0226-00
15-0325-00
15-0197-03
33-0504-01
51-0174-12
PARTS LIST - COLD WALL FREEZERS
CARRIER COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION, INC.
Providing BEVERAGE-AIR • FRIGIDAIRE • KELVINATOR • UNIVERSAL NOLIN Products/Services
P.O. Box 5932
Spartanburg, S.C. 29304-5932 • (800) 684-1199
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