outdoor beer dispensers

outdoor beer dispensers

OUTDOOR BEER DISPENSERS

Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions

MODELS:

RF24TR

RF24TL

RF24BTR

RF24BTL

CONTENTS

Contents:

Safety information ...............................................................2

Unpacking your appliance ...................................................3

Warranty registration............................................................3

Installing your appliance ......................................................4

Cabinet clearances .........................................................4

Leveling the appliance ....................................................4

Electrical connection ......................................................5

Installing the anti-tip device .................................................6

Product dimensions RF24T.................................................8

Using your Electronic control...............................................9

Starting your appliance....................................................9

Turning your appliance "ON" or "OFF".............................9

Adjusting the temperature................................................9

Beer dispenser operation..................................................9

Alarms..............................................................................9

Door ajar...........................................................................9

Temperature sensor fault...................................................9

Alarm mute........................................................................9

Using your beer dispenser.................................................10

Tap equipment and assembly.........................................10

CO

2 regulator.................................................................14

Drain kit...........................................................................15

Care and cleaning ............................................................15

Cleaning the drain sump................................................15

Keg coupler cleaning.....................................................16

Faucet cleaning ............................................................16

Front grille .....................................................................16

Cabinet...........................................................................16

Interior.............................................................................16

Long term storage / winterization .......................................17

Stainless steel maintenance ............................................19

Door alignment .................................................................20

Energy saving tips .............................................................20

Troubleshooting .................................................................21

Obtaining service .............................................................21

Warranty ............................................................................22

Important Safety Instructions

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

Recognize Safety Symbols,

Words, and Labels.

!

WARNING -

WARNING

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

!

CAUTION

CAUTION-

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

NOTE

NOTE-

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

State of California Proposition 65 Warnings:

WARNING:

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

WARNING:

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

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UNPACKING YOUR APPLIANCE

!

WARNING

EXCESSIVE WEIGHT HAZARD

Use two or more people to move product.

Failure to do so can result in personal injury.

A Message To Our Customers

Thank you for selecting this DCS Outdoor Refrigerator.

Because of this appliances’ unique features we have developed this Use and Care and Installation Guide. It contains valuable information on how to properly install, operate and maintain your new appliance for years of safe and enjoyable operation.

Remove Interior Packaging

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

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

Important

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

!

CAUTION

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

For your convenience, product questions can be answered by a DCS Customer Care Representative at

1-888-936-7872, or email: [email protected]

NOTE: Please write the Model, Code, and Serial Number on this page for references (the serial plate is located on the upper left side, inner wall).

MODEL NUMBER:

CODE:

SERIAL NUMBER:

NOTE: Inspect the product to verify that there is no shipping damage. If any damage is detected, call the shipper and initiate a damage claim. DCS by Fisher & Paykel is not responsible for shipping damage.

DO NOT discard any packing material (box, pallet, straps) until the unit has been inspected.

Note to Customer

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

!

CAUTION

Help Prevent Tragedies

Child entrapment and suffocation are not problems of the past. Junked or abandoned refrigerators are still dangerous

- even if they sit out for "just a few hours".

NOTE

DO NOT RETURN DAMAGED MERCHANDISE TO THE

MANUFACTURER - FILE THE CLAIM WITH THE

RETAILER.

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

Before you throw away your old refrigerator or freezer:

• Take off the doors or remove the drawers.

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

!

CAUTION

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

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

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INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE

Select Location

The proper location will ensure peak performance of your appliance. We recommend a location where the unit will be out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources. To ensure your product performs to specifications, the recommended installation location temperature range is from 55 to 115°F (13 to 46°C).

Front Grille, keep this area open.

Cabinet Clearance

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

Adjacent cabinets and counter top can be installed around the appliance as long as the front grille remains unobstructed.

!

CAUTION

Front Grille

Do not obstruct the front grille. The openings within the front grille allow air to flow through the condenser heat exchanger. Restrictions to this air flow will result in increased energy usage and loss of cooling capacity. For this reason it is important this area not be obstructed and the grille openings kept clean (See Figure 1). The use of a custom made grille is not recommended as it may restrict air flow.

Front Leveling

Legs

Figure 1

Rear

Leveling

Legs

Leveling Legs

Adjustable legs at the front and rear corners of the appliance should be set so the unit is firmly positioned on the floor and level from side to side and front to back. The overall height of your appliance may be adjusted between the minimum, 33

3

4

" (85.7 cm), by turning the leveling leg in

(CW

↷) and the maximum, 34

3

4

" (88.3 cm) by turning the leveling leg out (CCW

↶).

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

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

The front grille screws may be loosened and the grille adjusted to the desired height. When adjustment is complete tighten the two front grille screws. (See Figure 2).

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Figure 2

Front grille

Front grille screw

Figure 3

Do not remove ground prong

Figure 4

Figure 5

INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE

!

WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard

• Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.

They can be hazardous and can degrade product performance.

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

• Do not remove the grounding prong from the power cord. (See Figure 3).

• Do not use an adapter. (See Figure 4).

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

Electrical Connection

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

This product is factory equipped with a power supply cord that has a three-pronged, grounded plug. It must be plugged into a mating grounding type receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code and applicable local codes and ordinances (see Figure 5). If the circuit does not have a grounding type receptacle, it is the responsibility and obligation of the customer to provide the proper power supply. The third ground prong should not, under any circumstances, be cut or removed.

NOTE

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

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

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INSTALLING THE ANTI TIP DEVICE

FOR FREESTANDING INSTALLATIONS

WARNING

Anti-Tip

Bracket

Leveling Leg

• ALL APPLIANCES CAN TIP

RESULTING IN INJURY.

• INSTALL THE ANTI-TIP

BRACKET PACKED WITH

THE APPLIANCE.

• FOLLOW THE INSTRUC-

TIONS BELOW

21

1

2

"

(54.6 cm)

Bottom View of

Beer dispenser

Front of cabinet

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Figure 6

WARNING

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

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

!

NOTE

CAUTION

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

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

1) Decide where you want to place the beer dispenser.

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

2) Raise the rear leveling legs approximately

1

4

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

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

1

2

" (54.6 cm) as shown in Figure 6.

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

1

2

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

5) Fasten the anti-tip bracket to the floor using the supplied screw. (See Figure 7).

Floor Mount Installation

The anti-tip bracket is to be located on the floor in the left or right rear corner of the beer dispenser as shown in

Figure 6.

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

INSTALLING THE ANTI TIP DEVICE

FOR FREESTANDING INSTALLATIONS

NOTE

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

3

8

" (9 mm).

Front of cabinet line

Side of cabinet line

Rear Leveling leg

21

1

2

"

(54.6 cm)

Screw

Figure 7

Rear of cabinet line

"V" notches in bracket

Figure 7a

"V" notches in bracket

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PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

MODEL

RF24T

ROUGH-IN OPENING DIMENSIONS

"A" "B" "C"

24" (61 cm)

24 ½" (62 cm)

(with optional

DCS side trim kit)

**34" to 35"

(86.4 to 88.9 cm)

*

"D" "E"

CABINET DIMENSIONS

"F" "G" "H" "J"

23 7 ⁄

8

"

(60.7 cm)

33

3

4

" to 34

3

4

"

(85.7 to 88.3 cm)

23 23 ⁄

32

"

(60.2 cm)

26

1

4

"

(66.7 cm)

46

13

32

"

(117.9 cm)

26

1

4

"

(66.7 cm)

MODEL

RF24T

PRODUCT DATA

ELECTRICAL

REQUIREMENTS***

PRODUCT

WEIGHT

115V/60Hz/15A

140 lbs

(63.6 kg)

"C"

"B"

"A"

"E"

"D"

Figure 8

"H"

"J"

11

15

16

"

(30.3 cm)

12

1

4

"

(31.1 cm)

"E"

"D"

Figure 9

1

2

"

(54.6 cm)

"F"

21

"G"

11"

(27.9 cm)

Figure 8a

If necessary to gain clearance inside the rough-in opening a hole can be cut through the adjacent cabinet and the power cord routed through this hole to a power outlet. Another way to increase the available opening depth is to recess the power outlet into the rear wall to gain the thickness of the power cord plug.

* Depth dimension of rough-in opening may vary depending on each individual installation. To recess entire door "F" dimension plus 1" (2.5 cm) for thickness of power cord plug is required.

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

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

USING YOUR ELECTRONIC CONTROL

Alarm

F

Warmer Set

Press and Hold

Colder ON/OFF

Press and Hold

Figure 10 close-up of control

Starting your beer dispenser

Plug the beer dispenser power cord into a wall outlet. Your beer dispenser will begin cooling after power is applied.

If your beer dispenser does not start, check that the beer dispenser is turned on and the set temperature is cold enough.

Turning your beer dispenser ON or OFF

If the beer dispenser is on, the beer dispenser temperature will be shown on the display. To turn the beer dispenser off, press and hold the "ON/OFF" button for three seconds.

"OFF" will appear on the display.

If the beer dispenser is not on, "OFF" will be shown on the display. To turn the beer dispenser on, press and hold the

"ON/OFF" button for three seconds. The beer dispenser temperature will be shown on the display.

Set temperature

To set the beer dispenser temperature, press and hold the "SET" button. When the "SET" button is pressed, the display will show the set temperature. While holding the

"SET" button, press the "WARMER" or "COLDER" buttons to adjust set temperature.

Beer dispenser operation

The available temperature range of the beer dispenser is

34 to 46°F (1 to 8°C).

Figure 11

Alarms

Your digital display function will monitor beer dispenser function and alert you with a series of audible and visual alarms.

Door Ajar Alarm: If the door has been left

open for over five minutes, the alarm

will sound in one second intervals. The display panel will flash "do" and the Alarm LED located at the top left of the display below the word "Alarm" will be illuminated. This will stop as soon as the door is closed.

Temperature Sensor Fault: If the control-

ler detects that the temperature sensor is

not properly functioning, a temperature sensor alarm will sound in one second intervals. "E1" will flash on the display panel and the Alarm LED located at the top left of the display below the word "Alarm" will be illuminated.

It may take up to 24 hours for your beer dispenser to reach desired temperature. This will depend on amount of content loaded and number of door opening and closings.

For best results allow beer dispenser to "pull down" to desired set temperature before loading. Once contents are loaded, allow at least 48 hours for temperature to stabilize before making any adjustments to the set temperature.

Alarm Mute

Press any key to mute the audible portion of an alarm.

NOTE-This action will only mute the alarm. If the condition that caused the alarm continues, the alarm code will continue to flash and will sound for 20 seconds every 60 minutes.

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USING YOUR BEER DISPENSER

This beer dispensing unit will support

1

2

barrel or

1

4

barrel. The double draft tower units can support two sixth (

1

6

) barrels of beer. See chart below for quantity of beer in each barrel size.

Tools required for installation:

Flat bladed screwdriver

Phillips screwdriver

Pliers

Adjustable wrench or a 1

1

8

" open end wrench

1

2

" open end wrench

Height

Diameter

Gallons

#12 ounce

Glasses

1/6 barrel

23

5

16

"

(59.2 cm)

9

1

4

"

(23.5 cm)

5.16

60

Barrel Sizes

1/4 Barrel

14

13

16

"

(37.6 cm)

17"

(43.2 cm)

7.75

82

1/2 Barrel

23

5

16

"

(59.2 cm)

17" to 17

1

4

"

(43.2 to 43 cm)

15.5

163

Keg Size

5 gallon Corny

1/6 barrel

1/4 Barrel

1/2 Barrel

Table A

#of kegs per

5 pound CO

2

Tank

15 to 22

14 to 21

10 to 14

5 to 7

!

WARNING

CO

2

can be dangerous. If it becomes difficult to breathe and/or your head starts to ache, a high concentration of carbon dioxide may be present.

Leave the area immediately.

• The CO

2

tank must always be connected to the regulator. Never connect the tank to the keg.

• The CO

2

tank must be securely mounted in the upright position. Secure it with the chain provided.

• Never drop or throw the CO

2

tank.

• Keep the CO

2

tank away from heat.

• Ventilate the area after a CO

2

leak.

Table B

Tap Equipment and Assembly

Your dispensing kit includes the following parts:

Polished stainless steel tower with clear beer line (single

or double dispense)

Tower Gasket

Phillips oval head screws

Knob for Tower (Faucet Handle)

Keg coupler(s)

CO

2

regulator with red gas line(s) attached

Empty 5 pound CO

2

tank

Plastic clamp(s) large and small

Faucet wrench

1. Remove shelving and packaged components from the interior of the refrigerator before beginning the assembly process.

2. Take your empty 5 pound CO

2

tank to your local gas supply dealer to be filled. You can usually find them in your "yellow pages" under "Welding Supply" or "Fire

Protection". One 5 pound tank can process many kegs

(see table "B") Your dealer should supply you with a new plastic washer every time the tank is filled. This washer is used at the regulator to tank connection. See

Figure 15 and 22 on page 11. Replace the old washer with the new one whenever the tank is refilled.

3. Tower mounting (if you are installing the unit under a counter skip to step 4). If you are mounting the tower directly to the top of the refrigerator, first remove the four screws from the top of the refrigerator. Feed the clear beer line through the tower gasket and the large hole in the refrigerator top. Align the 4 holes in the tower with the 4 holes in the refrigerator top and secure the tower with the 4 screws removed previously. Skip to step 5.

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Single Dispense Tower Kit

A A

USING YOUR BEER DISPENSER

Double Dispense Tower Kit

A A

Single

Dispense

Tower

Figure 12

Figure 13

Hose clamps use for connections

A

and

C

B

A

A

Figure 14

Keg

Coupler

C

New plastic washer

B

Figure 17

Double

Dispense

Tower

Figure 18

Hose clamps use for connections

A

and

C

A

A

A

C

Keg

Coupler

Figure 20

A

C

Figure 19

Keg

Coupler

B

C

C

New plastic washer

Regulator with red airline

Figure 15

5 Pound

CO

2

Tank

Figure 21

B

5 Pound

CO

2

Tank

Figure 16

Regulator with red airline

Figure 22

C

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USING YOUR BEER DISPENSER

counter top depth

25

5

16

"

(64.3 cm)

Rear of counter top

1

3

8

"

(3.5 cm) typical

Diameter to suit

Figure 23

1

1

2

(38 mm)

Diameter

2

7

8

"

(7.3 cm)

!

CAUTION

The cutout dimensions shown in Figure 23 are based on a 25

5

16

" (64.3 cm) deep counter top. Your counter top may be different than this and require other front to back dimensioning. Refer to the product dimensions on page 8 when determining the required dimensions.

4. If you are installing your keg refrigerator under a counter you will need to drill 5 holes in the counter top to mount the tower. The first hole is a 1

1

2

" diameter hole located at the center of the tower for the beer line, locate approximately 13

1

2

" (34.3 cm) from the front edge of the counter top (based on a counter top depth of 25

5

16

"). Next drill the 4 tower mounting holes per the dimensions in Figure 23. The hole diameter is dependent on the counter top material and if screw anchors are required. The screws supplied are in the literature pack and are a #10 x 1" type AB stainless steel screw.

After the holes are drilled and the keg refrigerator is in place under the counter top feed the beer line through the tower gasket, the 1

1

2

" hole in the counter top and the hole in the top of the keg refrigerator. Mount the tower to the counter top with the 4 screws provided.

5. Mount the regulator to the CO

2

tank (connection

B

) use the new plastic washer you received from the gas supply company. Note that the regulator has left hand threads and has to be turned counterclockwise to tighten. Tighten with the adjustable wrench or the 1

1

8

" open end wrench.

6. Connect the red air line(s) from the regulator to the

large air line fitting on the keg coupler with a large hose clamp (connection

C

).

7. Connect the clear beer line from the tower to the small air line fitting on the keg coupler with a small hose clamp (connection

A

).

Tower

Figure 24

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Figure 25

USING YOUR BEER DISPENSER

8. Locate the CO

2

tank in the corner of the refrigerator as shown in Figure 26 and secure with the chain. Close the faucet handle on the tower.

9. Hooking up the keg coupler to the keg: Verify the coupler is in the "OFF" position (see Figure 27a).Align the lugs on the keg with the corresponding openings on the keg coupler and turn clockwise until the coupler stops

(about 90°). Push down and twist the top of the coupler clockwise to allow gas to enter the keg.

Push faucet handle back toward tower to close the faucet

Chain-The chain is fastened and taped to the top of the interior liner. Remove the tape and secure the CO

2

tank in place in the back right corner.

Rotate the top of the coupler counter clockwise to extend the coupler to the to the "OFF"position.

Figure 27a

Coupler extended

Figure 26

Lugs on keg

Figure 27b

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Figure 27

USING YOUR BEER DISPENSER

CO

2

Regulator (Single Dispense Tower)

Your beer dispenser comes equipped with a 5 pound CO

2 tank and a single gauge regulator. The gauge reads the pressure being supplied to the beer keg. Follow the procedure below to adjust the pressure to 12 - 14 psi (0.8 to 1 bar) for lager beer or 9 - 12 psi (0.6 to 0.8 bar) for ale's.

To adjust the pressure (Single Gauge):

1. Close the shutoff valve at the bottom of the regulator.

2. Be sure the faucet handle is closed on the tower (see

Figure 26).

3. Loosen the lock nut by turning

↶ counterclockwise using the

1

2

" open end wrench until loose, this will allow adjustment of the pressure adjustment screw.

4. With the flat bladed screwdriver turn the adjustment screw

↷ clockwise to increase the pressure or ↶ counterclockwise to decrease the pressure.

5. Open the shutoff valve on the bottom of the regulator. The gauge reading may drop but will return very quickly.

6. Pull the ring on the keg coupler to allow the gas to flow momentarily.

7. Make any fine adjustments if necessary with the adjustment screw.

8. Tighten the locknut with the

1

2

" open end wrench by turning clockwise

↷.

Ring on keg coupler

CO

2

Regulator (Double Dispense Tower)

Your beer dispenser comes equipped with a 5 pound CO

2 tank and a dual gauge regulator. The lower gauge should be reading approximately 750 psi (52 bar) when the tank is properly filled and the tank is not in the refrigerator (at room temperature). The tank will read less when chilled. Use this lower gauge as an indicator of how much CO

2 you have left in the tank.

The upper gauge reads the pressure being supplied to the beer keg. Follow the procedure below to adjust the pressure to 12 - 14 psi (0.8 to 1 bar) for lager beer or 9 - 12 psi

(0.6 to 0.8 bar) for ale's.

To adjust the pressure (Upper Gauge):

1. Close the shutoff valves at the bottom of the regulator.

2. Be sure the faucet handle is closed on the tower (see

Figure 29).

3. Loosen the lock nut by turning

↶ counterclockwise using the

1

2

" open end wrench until loose, this will allow adjustment of the pressure adjustment screw.

4. With the flat bladed screwdriver turn the adjustment screw

↷ clockwise to increase the pressure or ↶ counterclockwise to decrease the pressure.

5. Open the shutoff valve on the bottom of the regulator. The gauge reading may drop but will return very quickly.

6. Pull the ring on the keg coupler to allow the gas to flow momentarily.

7. Make any fine adjustments if necessary with the adjustment screw.

8. Tighten the locknut with the

1

2

" open end wrench by turning clockwise

↷.

Figure 28

Pressure Gauge

Pressure

Adjustment

Screw

Lock Nut

Pressure

Adjustment

Screw

Lock Nut

Upper Gauge

Lower Gauge shutoff valve

(closed position shown)

Figure 29 (Regulator for

Single Dispense Tower)

(2) shutoff valves (closed position shown)

Figure 30 (Regulator for

Double Dispense Tower)

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USING YOUR BEER DISPENSER AND CARE AND CLEANING

Drain kit (All Models):

The drain kit is shipped in place and ready to use.

To empty: Pull drain hose out of bottle cap, remove bottle from unit, unscrew cap and discard waste and rinse bottle. Reinstall bottle in unit.

Cleaning the drain sump:

On a free standing beer dispenser remove the grate from in front of the tower, clean with soap and water and dry before reinstalling. Clean the sump area with soapy water and dry. (See figure 31).

On a built in beer dispenser remove the grate and counter top sump, clean with soap and water and dry before reinstalling. Clean the sump area with soapy water and dry.

(See Figure 32).

Push faucet handle back toward tower to close the faucet

Unscrew cap

Removable grate for cleaning sump area

Figure 31

Counter top sump

Clean and dry sump area

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Figure 32

CARE AND CLEANING

Cleaning and Maintaining Dispensing System

The dispensing system needs to be cleaned between usage to prevent spoilage and/or foul taste in your beer.

After removing the handle the shaft will slide out the back of the faucet

Unscrew knurled cap on faucet body and remove handle assembly

Cleaning

Remove the keg coupler from the keg if necessary. Close the gas valve(s) below the regulator, remove both the red gas line(s) and clear beer line(s) from the keg coupler(s) by removing the plastic hose clamps (See Figure 33). Soak and brush the keg coupler in hot water or a sanitizing solution. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Dry all parts and reassemble.

Hose clamps can be released by a lateral movement to the head.

Figure 36

Soak all faucet parts in hot water or a solution of hot water and a sanitizing solution. Do not use soap. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

Reassemble faucet, assemble faucet to tower (be sure faucet is in off position), and turn on gas valve.

Figure 33

Front Grille

Be sure that nothing obstructs the required air flow openings in front of the cabinet. At least once or twice a year, brush or vacuum lint and dirt from the front grille area (see page 4).

Figure 34

Faucet Cleaning

Turn off the gas supply with the shutoff valve(s) under the regulator (see Figure 29 or 30) and open the faucet to relieve the pressure. To remove the faucet from the tower use the spanner wrench provided. Place the pin on the wrench into the hole on the faucet collar and turn clockwise

↷ to remove the faucet. (See Figure 35).

Remove the knurled cap from the faucet body just below the handle and pull the handle assembly from the faucet.

This will allow the shaft to be removed from the back of the faucet, see Figure 36.

!

CAUTION

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

Cabinet

The stainless steel cabinet can be washed with either a mild soap and water and thoroughly rinsed with clear water.

NEVER use abrasive scouring cleaners. Dry thoroughly with a terry towel.

Interior

Wash interior compartment with mild soap and water. Do

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

Care of Appliance

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

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

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

Place pin on wrench into hole in faucet collar.

Figure 35

In the Event of a Power Failure

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

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CARE AND CLEANING

Long term storage / winterization:

1. Time to Winterize, when the daily low ambient temperature is at or below 38°F (3.3°C).

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CAUTION

Operating of the unit at ambient temperatures below the recommended Winterization temperature will void your warranty.

2. Turn unit off, (see page 9).

3. Remove all contents.

4. If necessary, move the unit so you can gain access to the rear of the product.

5. Unplug the unit from the power outlet.

6. It is also recommended that the power to the outlet be turned-off if the circuit is not required for other items during the Winter season.

7. Shut-off CO

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tank valve.

8. Drain beer line(s) a. Remove keg coupler (sankey tap), (see page 16).

b. Remove faucet on tower, (see page 16).

c. Beer lines will gravity drain.

d. Clean beer line tubing.

Figure 37

Floor protector

Figure 38a

9. Disassemble faucet and clean, (see page 16).

10. Soak and clean Sankey Low-Boy tap, (see page 16).

11. When cleaning unit pay particular attention to any cracks and crevices that may have accumulated dirt and debris.

12. Remove the front toe-grille, (see Figures 37 and 38), and use a brush and vacuum to clean dirt and debris from beneath the unit.

13. Thoroughly clean the toe-grille and re-install on the unit.

14. Remove the rear access cover, (see Figure 39), and use a brush and vacuum to clean dirt and debris from the machine compartment.

• If the plastic defrost drain pan located under the compressor contains water, use a sponge to remove as much water as possible

15. Thoroughly clean the rear access cover and re-install on the unit.

16. Wipe down all interior surfaces with anti-bacterial cleaner to be followed with clean rinse water to remove any residual chemicals which could cause staining. Do not use any abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.

• Remove plastic floor protector and stainless steel lower edge guard to clean underneath.

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Clean out behind grille

Figure 38

Remove floor protector and edge guard and clean

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Front grille

Front grille screw

Edge guard

Grille

Figure 39

Figure 40

Remove the power cord from the grommet in the access cover.

CARE AND CLEANING

Remove 11 screws from around the perimeter of the access cover with a

5

16

" nut driver.

17. Leave door open and allow to completely dry out before closing door.

18. Thoroughly clean the door gasket with anti-bacterial cleaner to be followed with clean rinse water to remove any residual chemicals.

19. Thoroughly clean the exterior with a cleaner approved for stainless steel . Do not use any abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.

20. Any mounting hardware / fasteners that are showing signs of corrosion should be replaced.

21. Once the exterior has been thoroughly cleaned, you may want to apply a coating of car wax to help protect against spotting from moisture, dirt, and debris that may accumulate on the surfaces during the Winterization period.

After completion of the above, you may choose to store the unit indoors, although this is not required.

Start-Up After Long-Term Storage:

1. Connect the unit to electrical power.

2. If stored outside, it is recommended that the unit again be thoroughly inspected per the storage instructions above to address any dirt or debris from the weather and/or animals/insects.

3. Turn unit on and confirm your desired control settings.

4. Allow 24-hrs for the unit to stabilize before loading contents.

Soak up water from plastic drain pan if necessary

Clean out debris

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STAINLESS STEEL MAINTENANCE

Background

Stainless steel does not stain, corrode, or rust as easily as ordinary steel, but it is not stain or corrosion proof. Stainless steels can discolor or corrode if not maintained properly.

Stainless steels differ from ordinary carbon steels by the amount of chromium present. It is this chromium that provides an invisible protective film on the surface called chrome-oxide. This protective chrome-oxide film on the surface can be damaged or contaminated, which may result in discoloration, staining, or corrosion of the base metal.

Care & Cleaning

Routine cleaning of the stainless steel surfaces will serve to greatly extend the life of your product by removing contaminants. This is especially important in coastal areas which can expose the stainless to severe contaminants such as halide salts, (sodium chloride).

It is strongly recommended to periodically inspect and thoroughly clean crevices, weld points, under gaskets, rivets, bolt heads, and any locations where small amounts of liquid could collect, become stagnant, and concentrate contaminates. Additionally, any mounting hardware that is showing signs of corrosion should be replaced.

Frequency of cleaning will depend upon the installation location, environmental, and usage conditions.

Note: Stainless steel products should never be installed, or stored in close proximity to chlorine chemicals.

Whichever cleaning product you chose, it should be used in strict accordance with the instructions of the cleaner manufacturer.

Choosing a Cleaning Product

The choice of a proper cleaning product is ultimately that of the consumer, and there are many products from which to choose. Depending upon the type of cleaning and the degree of contamination, some products are better than others.

Typically the most effective and efficient means for routine cleaning of most stainless steel products is to give the surfaces a brisk rubbing with a soft cloth soaked in warm water and a gentle detergent, or mild mixture of ammonia. Rubbing should, to the extent possible, follow the polish lines of the steel, and always insure thorough rinsing after cleaning.

Although some products are called "stainless steel cleaners," some may contain abrasives which could scratch the surface, (compromising the protective chrome-oxide film), and some many contain chlorine bleach which will dull, tarnish or discolor the surface if not completely removed.

After the stainless surfaces have been thoroughly cleaned, a good quality car wax may be applied to help maintain the finish.

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DOOR ALIGNMENT AND ENERGY SAVING TIPS

Door alignment:

The door should be parallel to the sides and top of the appliance. If alignment is necessary the door may be adjusted by loosening the 2 screws which secure the door adjustment bracket on the bottom of the door (see Figure 41a) and adjusting the door side to side. Use a

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32

” allen wrench for this procedure. (See Figure 41 below). When finished aligning the door, tighten the screws securely.

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

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

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

2. Install product out of direct sunlight.

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

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

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

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

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

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

9. Minimize door openings and duration of door openings.

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

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

riods, set the appliance to warmest acceptable tem-

perature for the stored contents.

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

appliance requires the door to be open for an extended

period of time.

Door should be parallel to top and sides of the appliance.

Figure 41

Door adjustment bracket

Bottom of door

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Loosen (don't remove) these two screws.

Figure 41a

TROUBLESHOOTING AND OBTAINING SERVICE

Before You Call for Service

If the appliance appears to be malfunctioning, read through this manual first. If the problem persists, check the troubleshooting guide below. Locate the problem in the guide and refer to the cause and its remedy before calling for service.

The problem may be something very simple that can be solved without a service call. However, it may be required to contact your dealer or a qualified service technician.

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WARNING

Electrocution Hazard

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

• Replace all parts and panels before operating.

How to Obtain Service:

For warranty service, please contact your local service provider or DCS Customer Care at (888) 936-7872. Before you call, please have the following information ready:

• Model Number (the serial plate is located on the upper left side, inner wall).

• Serial Number (the serial plate is located on the upper left side, inner wall).

• Code (the serial plate is located on the upper left side, inner wall).

• Date of installation

• A brief description of the problem

Your satisfaction is of the utmost importance to us. If a problem cannot be resolved to your satisfaction, please write or email us at:

Write:

Fisher & Paykel and DCS

Appliances Inc

695 Town Centre Drive, Suite #180 Costa Mesa

CA 92626-1902

USA

Email: [email protected]

Appliance not cold enough

(See “Adjusting the temperature" on page 9)

Problem

Appliance too cold

(See “Adjusting the Temperature” on page 9)

Noise or Vibration

Possible Cause

• Control set too warm

• Content temperature not stabilized.

• Excessive usage or prolonged door openings.

• Airflow to front grille blocked.

• Door gasket not sealing properly.

• Control set too cold

Appliance will not run.

• Door gasket not sealing properly.

• Appliance not level

• Fan hitting tube obstruction.

• Appliance turned off

• Power cord not plugged in.

• No power at outlet.

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Remedy

• Adjust temperature colder. Allow 24 hours for temperature to stabilize.

• Allow temperature to stabilize for at least 24 hours.

• Airflow must not be obstructed to front grille. See “clearances” on

page 4.

• Check door alignment and/or replace door gasket.

• Adjust temperature warmer.

Allow 24 hours for temperature to

stabilize.

• Check door alignment and/or replace door gasket.

• Level appliance, see “Leveling

Legs” on page 4.

• Contact a qualified service technician.

• Turn appliance on. See “Starting your appliance” on page 9.

• Plug in power cord.

• Check house circuit.

WARRANTY

Limited Warranty

When you purchase any new DCS Refrigeration Product, you automatically receive a One Year Limited Warranty covering parts and labor for servicing within the 48 mainland United States, Hawaii, Washington, D.C. and Canada.

In Alaska the Limited Warranty is the same except that you must pay to ship the Product to the service shop or for the service technician’s travel to your home. Products for use in

Canada must be purchased through the authorized Canadian distribution channel to ensure regulatory compliance.

You receive an additional Four Year Limited Warranty (for a total of Five Years) covering parts for the sealed refrigeration system (compressor, evaporator, condenser, filter dryer, and connecting tubing) within the 48 mainland United

States, Hawaii, Washington, D.C. and Canada. In Alaska the Limited Warranty for the sealed refrigeration system is the same except that you must pay to ship the Product to the service shop or the service technician’s travel to your home.

Limited Warranty

How Long Does this Limited Warranty Last?

Our liability under this Limited Warranty expires One Year from the date of purchase of the Product by the first consumer.

Our liability for repair of defects in any sealed refrigeration system (compressor, evaporator, condenser, filter dryer, and connecting tubing) extends an additional Four Years, for a total of Five Years from the date of purchase of the

Product by the first consumer.

Our liability under any implied warranties, including the implied warranty of merchantability (an unwritten warranty that the Product is fit for ordinary use) also expires One

Year (or such longer period as required by applicable law) from the date of purchase of the Product by the first consumer. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so this limit on implied warranties may not apply to you.

Fisher & Paykel Undertakes to:

Repair without cost to the owner either for material or labor any part of the Product, the serial number of which appears on the Product, which is found to be defective. In Alaska, you must pay to ship the Product to the service shop or for the service technician’s travel to your home.

If we are unable to repair a defective part of the Product after a reasonable number of attempts, at our option we may replace the part or the Product, or we may provide you a full refund of the purchase price of the Product (not including installation or other charges).

This warranty extends to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner of the Product for products purchased for ordinary single-family home use.

All service under this Limited Warranty shall be provided by Fisher & Paykel Appliances Inc. or its Authorized DCS

Service Agent during normal business hours.

This Warranty Does Not Cover

A.

Service calls that are not related to any defect in the Product. The cost of a service call will be charged if the problem is not found to be a defect of the Product. For example:

1. Correct faulty installation of the Product.

2. Instruct you how to use the Product.

3. Replace house fuses, reset circuit breakers, correct house wiring or plumbing, or replace light bulbs.

4. Correct fault(s) caused by the user.

5. Change the set-up of the Product.

6. Unauthorized modifications of the Product.

7. Noise and vibration that is considered normal e.g. drain sounds, regeneration noises and user warning beeps.

8. Correcting damage caused by pests e.g. rats, cockroaches etc.

9. Used in commercial applications.

Defects caused by factors other than:

1. Normal domestic use or

2. Use in accordance with the Product’s Use and Care

Guide.

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WARRANTY

D.

E.

F.

Defects to the Product caused by accident, neglect, misuses, fire, flood or Act of God.

The cost of repairs carried out by non-authorized repairers or the cost of correcting such unauthorized repairs.

Travel Fees and associated charges incurred when the product is installed in a location with limited or restricted access.(i.e. airplane flights, ferry charges, isolated geographic areas).

Normal recommended maintenance as set forth in the Product’s Use and Care Guide.

If you have an installation problem contact your dealer or installer. You are responsible for providing adequate electrical, exhausting and other connection facilities.

We are not responsible for consequential or incidental damages (the cost of repairing or replacing other property damaged if the

Product is defective or any of your expenses caused if the Product is defective). Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

How to get service

Please read this Use and Care Guide. If you then have any questions about operating the Product, need the name of your local DCS Authorized Service Agent, or believe the

Product is defective and wish service under this Limited

Warranty, please contact your dealer or call us at:

TOLL FREE 1-888-936-7872 or contact us through our web site: www.dcsappliances.com

You may be required to provide reasonable proof of the date of purchase of the Product before the Product will be serviced under this Limited Warranty.

any addition or modification to this Limited Warranty.

Warrantor: Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Inc.

If you need further help concerning this Limited Warranty, please call us at the above number, or write to:

Fisher & Paykel and DCS

Appliances Inc

695 Town Centre Drive, Suite #180 Costa Mesa

CA 92626-1902

USA

This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

Fisher & Paykel Appliances Inc. is a leading manufacturer of premium quality cooking and specialty appliances under the Fisher & Paykel and DCS brands.

Commercial use

This warranty applies to appliances used in residential applications; it does not cover their use in commercial situations.

No other warranties

This Limited Warranty is the complete and exclusive agreement between you and Fisher & Paykel Appliances Inc. regarding any defect in the Product. None of our employees

(or our Authorized Service Agents) are authorized to make

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Fisher & Paykel and DCS

Appliances Inc

695 Town Centre Drive, Suite #180 Costa Mesa

CA 92626-1902

USA

Customer Care: 888.936.7872

Fax: 714.372.7003 www.dcsappliances.com

As product improvement is an ongoing process, we reserve the right to change specifications or design without notice.

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