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Viking Installation Guide
Viking Range Corporation
111 Front Street
Greenwood, Mississippi 38930 USA
(662) 455-1200
For product information,
call 1-888-VIKING1 (845-4641)
or visit the Viking Web site at
vikingrange.com
UL
F20843 EN
C
UL
(011712)
All Refrigerator/Freezer
Table of Contents
IMPORTANT–Please Read and Follow!
Warnings & Important Information _________________________________________________________ 3
Professional
Dimensions & Specifications (30” & 36” Professional) _______________________________ 6
Dimensions & Specifications (30” & 36” Professional with flush mount trim) ____________ 8
Cutout Dimensions (30” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) ___________ 10
Anti-Tip Dimensions (30” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim)___________ 11
Cutout Dimensions (36” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim)____________ 12
Anti-Tip Dimensions (36” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) ___________ 13
Dimensions & Specifications (Dual Professional) ____________________________________ 14
Dimensions & Specifications (Dual Professional with flush mount trim) _________________ 18
Cutout Dimensions (Dual 30” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) _______ 22
Anti-Tip Dimensions (Dual 30” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) _______ 23
Cutout Dimensions (Dual 30” & 36” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) __ 24
Anti-Tip Dimensions (Dual 30” & 36” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) _ 25
Cutout Dimensions (Dual 36” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) ________ 26
Anti-Tip Dimensions (Dual 36” Professional & Professional with flush mount trim) _______27
Cabinet Information (Professional) ________________________________________________ 28
Cabinet Information (Professional with flush mount trim) _____________________________ 30
Custom Side Panel Dimensions (Professional) __________________________________________ 32
Custom Side Panel Dimensions (Professional with flush mount trim) ______________________ 33
General Information ________________________________________________________________ 34
Unpacking & Moving ____________________________________________________________ 36
Flush Mount Side Trim Installation ____________________________________________________ 37
Installation_________________________________________________________________________ 37
Hinge Adjustment ______________________________________________________________ 38
Kickplate Installation ____________________________________________________________ 40
Door Stop Adjustment __________________________________________________________ 41
Final Installation ________________________________________________________________ 41
Performance Checklist ______________________________________________________________ 43
Control Panels _____________________________________________________________________ 44
Service & Registration_______________________________________________________________ 45
• Make sure that incoming voltage is the same
as unit rating. An electric rating plate
specifying voltage, frequency, wattage,
amperage, and phase is attached to the
product.
2
Your safety and the safety of others is
very important.
We have provided many important safety
messages in this manual and on your
appliance. Always read and obey all
safety messages.
• To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or
injury to persons, installation work and
electrical wiring must be done by qualified
people in accordance with all applicable
codes and standards, including fire-rated
construction.
This is the safety alert symbol. This
symbol alerts you to hazards that
can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will be preceded by the
safety alert symbol and the word“DANGER”
or “WARNING.”These words mean:
• The installer should leave these instructions
with the consumer who should retain them
for local inspector’s use and for future
reference.
D A N G E R
You will be killed or seriously injured if
you don’t follow instructions.
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if
you don’t follow instructions.
All safety messages will identify the
hazard, tell you how to reduce the chance
of injury, and tell you what can happen if
the instructions are not followed.
3
IMPORTANT–Please Read and Follow!
IMPORTANT–Please Read and Follow!
A GFI shall be used if required by NFPA-70 (National Electric Code), federal/state/local
laws, or local ordinances.
• The required use of a GFI is normally related to the location of a receptacle with respect to
any significant sources of water or moisture.
• Viking Range Corporation will NOT warranty any problems resulting from GFI outlets which
are not installed properly or do not meet the requirements below.
It is your responsibility to:
• comply with installation specifications and dimensions.
• properly install unit.
• remove any moldings or decorative panels that prevent the unit from being serviced.
• make sure that you have these materials (not provided with your unit), which are necessary
for proper installation:
• 1/4” (6 mm) copper tubing with shutoff valve
• 6– #8 x 3” (7.6 cm) wood screws (longer screws may be required)
• 1– Saddle valve (do not use self-piercing feature of the valve)
• assure that floor will support unit, door panels and contents (approximately 1200 pounds [540 kg]).
• provide a properly grounded electrical outlet.
• assure that location will permit appliance doors to open 90° minimum.
If
•
•
•
•
the use of a GFI is required, it should be:
Of the receptacle type (breaker type or portable type NOT recommended)
Used with permanent wiring only (temporary or portable wiring NOT recommended)
On a dedicated circuit (no other receptacles, switches or loads in the circuit)
Connected to a standard breaker of appropriate size (GFI breaker of the same size NOT
recommended)
• Rated for Class A (5 mA +/- 1 mA trip current) as per UL 943 standard)
• In good condition and free from any loose-fitting gaskets (if applicable in outdoor situations)
• Protected from moisture (water, steam, high humidity) as much as reasonably possible
WARNING
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD
TIP OVER HAZARD
Appliance is top
heavy and tips easily
when not completely
installed. Keep doors
closed until appliance
is completely installed
and secured per installation instructions.
Disconnect power or turn
power disconnect switch to
OFF position before removing
top grille. Failure to do so can
result in death or electrical shock.
Use two or more people to move and
install appliance. Failure to do so can
result in death or serious injury.
Most of the unit’s weight is at the top. Extra care is needed when moving the unit to prevent
tipping. Use cardboard shipping material or plywood under unit until it is installed in the
operating position to protect floor surface.
4
5
Dimensions
Specifications
30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Description
29”
3–19/
30”
(73.7 c
m)
3
9 – 5 /3
36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
2”
(23.3 c
m)
35”
3–19/
36”
))
9 – 5 /3
(23.3 c2”
m)
82–3
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
75–1
5
(192 /16”
.9 cm
)
/2”
26-1 cm)
84–1
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
9.1 amps
5.7 amps
1/4” copper tubing inlet
waterline; minimum 20 psi;
N/A
maximum 120 psi
Overall interior dimensions
Total capacity
15.9 cu. ft. (450 liters)
Approximate shipping weight
530 lbs. (238.5 kg)
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
(67.3
115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
(91.5 c
m)
32”
(9.1 cm
(88.9 c
m)
VCRB5301
30” (76.2 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim:
22-3/16” (56.4 cm)
To front of top grille:
24” (61.0 cm)
26-1/2” (67.3 cm)
To front of handle endcap:
29-5/8” (75.2 cm) min. to 29-3/4” (75.6 cm) max.
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.
Overall height from bottom
Overall depth from rear
(76.2 cm
)
(9.1 cm2”
)
VCFB5301
Overall width
18.4 cu. ft. (522 liters)
505 lbs. (227.3 kg)
36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Description
Overall width
82–3
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9
cm )
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
/2”
26-1 cm)
84–1
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
(67.3
4”
–3 / )
20 .7 cm
(52
”
/ 16
–3 cm)
2
2 6.4
Overall height from bottom
Overall depth from rear
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
(5
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
4”
–3/ )
20 .7 cm
(52
”
/16
–3 cm)
2
2 6.4
VCFB5361
Overall interior dimensions
Total capacity
19.2 cu. ft. (544 liters)
22.8 cu. ft. (646 liters)
Approximate shipping weight
585 lbs. (263.3 kg)
570 lbs. (256.5 kg)
(5
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
6
VCRB5361
36” (91.5 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim:
22-3/16” (56.4 cm)
To front of top grille:
24” (61.0 cm)
To front of handle endcap:
26-1/2” (67.3 cm)
35-5/8” (90.5 cm) min. to 35-3/4” (90.8 cm) max.
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.
115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
9.5 amps
6.5 amps
1/4” copper tubing inlet
waterline; minimum 20 psi;
N/A
maximum 120 psi
7
Dimensions
Specifications
30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
with Flush Mount Trim
30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer with Flush Mount Trim
Description
Overall width
29”
3–19/
30”
Overall height from bottom
Overall depth from rear
(73.7 c
m)
(76.2 c
m)
3
(9.1 cm2”
)
9 – 5 /3
36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
with Flush Mount Trim
2
(23.3 c ”
m)
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
35”
3–19/
36”
(88.9 c
m)
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
(91.5 c
m)
3
(9.1 cm2”
)
9 – 5 /3
(23.3 c2”
m)
82–3
(192 /16”
.9 cm
)
/2”
26–1cm)
84–1
115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
9.1 amps
5.7 amps
1/4” copper tubing inlet
waterline; minimum 20 psi;
N/A
maximum 120 psi
Overall interior dimensions
Total capacity
15.9 cu. ft. (450 liters)
Approximate shipping weight
530 lbs. (238.5 kg)
18.4 cu. ft. (522 liters)
505 lbs. (227.3 kg)
36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer with Flush Mount Trim
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
(67.3
VCRB5301/Flush Mount
30” (76.2 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim:
23-3/8” (59.4 cm)
To front of top grille:
24” (61.0 cm)
To front of handle endcap:
26-1/2” (67.3 cm)
30” (74.9 cm)
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.
/4”
(210.
2 cm
min. )
to
75–1
5
VCFB5301/Flush Mount
Description
Overall width
82–3
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9
cm )
/4”
(210.
2 cm
min. )
to
/2”
26–1cm)
84–1
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
(67.3
4”
–3/cm)
0
2
Overall height from bottom
Overall depth from rear
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
.7
(52
”
3/ 8
3– cm)
2 .4
59
(
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
4”
–3/cm)
0
2
(52
VCFB5361/Flush Mount
Overall interior dimensions
Total capacity
19.2 cu. ft. (544 liters)
22.8 cu. ft. (646 liters)
Approximate shipping weight
585 lbs. (263.3 kg)
570 lbs. (256.5 kg)
.7
/8”
–3cm)
3
2
(59
Note: Flush Mount Trim is shipped with the refrigerator in a box
marked “Refrigerator Trim Parts - DO NOT DISCARD”.
8
.4
”
24 c m )
(61
VCRB5361/Flush Mount
36” (91.5 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim:
23-3/8” (59.4 cm)
To front of top grille:
24” (61.0 cm)
To front of handle endcap:
26-1/2” (67.3 cm)
36” (91.4 cm)
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.
115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
9.5 amps
6.5 amps
1/4” copper tubing inlet
waterline; minimum 20 psi;
N/A
maximum 120 psi
.0
9
Cutout Dimensions
Anti-Tip Dimensions
30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
24” )
cm
(61.0
See An
ti-Tip b
oard in
stallatio
n
Anti-Tip Location
Electric Outlet Location
6”
(15.2
c m)
Two 2”x 4” mounting boards
3” (7.6 cm) x 3-1/2” (8.9 cm)
9”
(22.9
cm)
9”
(22.9
3”
c m)
m)
(7.6 c
23”
(58.4 c
m)
82
3– 1/
(8 2”
(210 –7/8”
.5
anti- cm) mi
tip b
n.
oa
o
peni
ng
rd &
h e ig
ht
to bo m) min
.
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
84
(213 –1/16”
.5
anti- cm) m
t
a
op ip boa x.
e n in
r
g he d &
ight
.9 cm
)
79
(201 –3/8”
.6 c
80
(204 –1/2”
.6
to bo cm) max
.
ttom
a
73–3
(18 /8”
NOTE: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm),then shim behind the mounting
board by the difference.
nti-ti
o
p bo f
ard
6.4 cm
)
Water Line Entry Area
Note: Shown for All Freezer Only
30
”
(
Flus 76.2 cm
h Mo )
unt
7–5
(75. 29–5
2c
/8
(75. 29-3 to m) min”.
6 cm /4”
) ma
Flus (76 30”
x.
h M .2 cm
oun )
t on
ly
29–5
(75.2 /8”
Flush Mount Anti-Tip Location
only
One 2”x 4” mounting board
1–1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3-1/2” (8.9 cm)
cm)
(19.4/8” 6
–3
cm)
5/8”
(17.1/4”
(1 .5
cm)
cm)
3”
(7.6
c m)
(3.8 c
23”
5/8
(1 .5 ”
cm)
3
(9.2 –5/8”
cm)
1
(27. 0–3/4
3 cm ”
)
p
waO
ter tiona
line l flo
ent or
ry
10
2”
1–1/ m)
1
(58.4 c
m)
3– 1/
(8 2”
1” )
cm
.9 cm
)
(2 .5
(26.70–1/2”
cm )
(1.5 5/8”
cm )
Bottom of anti-tip board is 3–7/8” (9.8 cm) below opening height.
Note: Top of unit must be placed firmly under anti-tip board.
NOTE: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
board by the difference.
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Cutout Dimensions
Anti-Tip Dimensions
36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
24” )
m
c
(61.0
See An
ti-Tip b
oard in
stallatio
n
36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Anti-Tip Location
Electric Outlet Location
6”
(15.2
c m)
Two 2”x 4” mounting boards
3” (7.6 cm) x 3-1/2” (8.9 cm)
9”
(22.9
cm)
9”
(22.9
3”
c m)
m)
(7.6 c
29–1/2
”
(74.9 c
m)
82
(210 –7/8”
.5
anti- cm) mi
tip
n.
3– 1/
(8 2”
.9 cm
)
open board
&
ing h
eigh
t
79
(201 –3/8”
.6 c
to bo m) min
.
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
84
(213 –1/16”
.5
anti- cm) m
t
a
op ip boa x.
enin
r
g he d &
ight
80
(204 –1/2”
.6
to bo cm) max
.
ttom
a
73–3
(186.4/8”
cm)
NOTE: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
board by the difference.
nti-ti
o
p bo f
ard
Water Line Entry Area
Note: Shown for All Freezer Only
Flush Mount Anti-Tip Location
36
”
(
Flus 91.4 cm
h Mo )
unt
(90. 35–5
5 c m /8
(90. 35-3 to ) min”.
8 cm /4”
) ma
Flus (91 36”
x.
h M .4 cm
oun )
t on
ly
5/8
(1 .5 ”
cm)
7–5
(19. /8”
only
35–5
(90.5 /8”
4 cm 6–3/
) (1
4
7.1 c ”
m)
3”
(7.6
c m)
2”
1–1/ m)
(3.8 c
29–1/2
”
(74.9 c
m)
5/8
(1 ”
3
(9 –5/8
. 2 cm ”
)
.5 cm
)
1
(27. 0–3/4
3 cm ”
)
p
waO
ter tiona
line l flo
ent or
ry
12
One 2”x 4” mounting board
1–1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3–1/2” (8.9 cm)
cm)
.9 cm
)
(2 .5
1
(26.70–1/2”
cm )
3– 1/
(8 2”
1” )
cm
(1.5 5/8”
cm )
Bottom of anti-tip board is 3–7/8” (9.8 cm) below opening height.
Note: Top of unit must be placed firmly under anti-tip board.
13
NOTE: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
board by the difference.
Dimensions
Dimensions
Dual 30” & 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Dual 30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
29 ”
29”
(73.7 c
m
30”
3–19/
3
(9.1 cm2”
)
(73.7 c
m)
30”
)
3–19/
3
(9.1 2”
29”
(76.2 c
m)
30”
(76.2 c
m)
36”
cm)
(73.7 c
m)
35”
(88.9 c
m)
(91.5 c
m)
(76.2 c
m)
9–5/3
(23.3 c2”
m)
9–5/3
(23 2”
.3 cm)
75–1
5/
(192
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9
16
.9 cm”
)
82–3
cm)
82–3
/4”
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
84–1
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
(210.
2 cm
min. )
to
84–1
2”
26-1/ )
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
2”
26-1/cm)
(67.3
cm
(67.3
4”
–3/cm)
0
2 .7
(52
6”
3/1m)
–
226.4 c
/4”
0–3 m)
2 .7 c
(52
6”
3/1m)
–
22 .4 c
1
(2.5 ”
Bet 4 cm
wee
n U)
nits
( 56
”
24 cm)
1
(2 ”
Bet .54 cm
wee
n U)
nits
(5
”
24 cm)
(61
.0
(61
14
15
.0
/
Dimensions
Specifications
Dual All Refrigerator/All Freezer*
Dual 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Description
Overall width
Overall height from bottom
Overall depth from rear
35 ”
(88.9 c
m)
36”
3–19/
32”
(91.5 c
m)
36”
(9.1 cm
)
35 ”
(88.9 c
m)
(91.5 c
m)
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
9–5/3
2”
(23.3 c
m)
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
(All Freezer only)
(2) 30” Units
Approximate shipping weight
cm)
82–3
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
30” Freezer 9.1 amps per unit
30” Refrigerator 5.7 amps per unit
36” Freezer 9.5 amps per unit
36” Refrigerator 6.5 amps per unit
1/4” copper tubing inlet waterline; minimum 20 psi;
maximum 120 psi
84– 1
15.9
18.4
19.2
22.8
cm
(67.3
1
/
(56
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
16
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
(450
(522
(544
(646
liters)
liters)
liters)
liters)
*For installation of two units side-by-side, a separate grille kit accessory must be purchased.
4”
–3/cm)
0
2 .7
(52
6”
3/1m)
–
22 .4 c
(2 ”
Bet .54 cm
wee )
nu
nits
cu.
cu.
cu.
cu.
30”- Freezer 530 lbs. (238.5 kg) each; Refrigerator 505 lbs. (227.3 kg) each
36”- Freezer 585 lbs. (263.3 kg) each; Refrigerator 570 lbs. (256.5 kg) each
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
2”
26-1/ )
(2) 36” Units
(2) 115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
Overall interior dimensions
30” Freezer
30” Refrigerator
36” Freezer
36” Refrigerator
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9
(1) 36” & (1) 30” Unit
60” (152.4 cm)
66” (167.6 cm)
72” (182.9 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim:
22-3/16” (56.4 cm)
To front of top grille:
24” (61.0 cm)
To front of handle endcap:
26-1/2” (67.3 cm)
59-5/8” (151.4 cm)
65-5/8” (166.7 cm)
71-5/8” (181.9 cm)
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.
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Dimensions
Dimensions
Dual 30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
with Flush Mount Trim
Dual 30” & 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
with Flush Mount Trim
29 ”
29”
(73.7 c
m
30”
3–19/
3
(9.1 cm2”
)
(76.2 c
m)
)
29”
30”
3–19/
3
(9.1 2”
(73.7 c
m)
(73.7 c
m)
30”
(7
6.2 cm
)
36”
(91.5 c
m)
cm)
(76.2 c
m)
35”
(88.9 c
m)
9–5/3
9–5/3
(23 2”
(23.3 c2”
m)
.3 cm)
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9 cm
)
82–3
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
84–1
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9
82–3
cm)
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
84–1
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
2”
26–1/cm)
(67.3
2”
26–1/cm)
(67.3
4”
–3/cm)
0
2
4”
–3/cm)
0
2
.7
(52
/8”
–3cm)
3
2 .4
1
(2.5 ”
Bet 4 cm
wee
n U)
nits
( 59
”
24 cm)
(61
Note: Flush Mount Trim is shipped with the
refrigerator in a box marked “Refrigerator
Trim Parts - DO NOT DISCARD”.
.0
.7
(52
/8”
–3cm)
3
2 .4
1
(2 ”
Bet .54 cm
wee
n U)
nits
(59
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
Note: Flush Mount Trim is shipped with the
refrigerator in a box marked “Refrigerator
Trim Parts - DO NOT DISCARD”.
18
19
/
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
Dimensions
Specifications
Dual 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
with Flush Mount Trim
Dual All Refrigerator/All Freezer w/Flush Mount Trim*
3–19/
32”
(9.1 cm
)
36”
(91.5 c
m)
36”
(2) 30” Units
Overall width
60” (152.4 cm)
66” (167.6 cm)
72” (182.9 cm)
82-3/4” (210.2 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
To front edge of side trim:
23-3/8” (59.4 cm)
To front of top grille:
24” (61.0 cm)
To front of handle endcap:
26-1/2” (67.3 cm)
60” (152.4 cm)
66” (167.6 cm)
72” (182.9 cm)
82-7/8” (210.5 cm) min. to 84-1/16” (213.5 cm) max.
24” (61.0 cm) min.
Overall height from bottom
Overall depth from rear
35 ”
(88.9 c
m)
Description
35 ”
(88.9 c
m)
(91.5 c
m)
Cutout width
Cutout height
Cutout depth
Electrical requirements
9–5/3
2”
(23.3 c
m)
Maximum amp usage
Inlet water requirements
(All Freezer only)
Approximate shipping weight
cm)
82–3
(210. /4”
2 cm
min. )
to
grounded 3-prong plug attached to product
30” Freezer 9.1 amps per unit
30” Refrigerator 5.7 amps per unit
36” Freezer 9.5 amps per unit
36” Refrigerator 6.5 amps per unit
1/4” copper tubing inlet waterline; minimum 20 psi;
maximum 120 psi
84– 1
15.9
18.4
19.2
22.8
(67.3
1
/
.4
(59
”
24 cm)
.0
(61
Note: Flush Mount Trim is shipped with the
refrigerator in a box marked “Refrigerator
Trim Parts - DO NOT DISCARD”.
20
ft.
ft.
ft.
ft.
(450
(522
(544
(646
liters)
liters)
liters)
liters)
*For installation of two units side-by-side, a separate grille kit accessory must be purchased.
4”
–3/ )
20 .7 cm
(52
”
3/8m)
–
23 c
(2 ”
Bet .54 cm
wee )
nu
nits
cu.
cu.
cu.
cu.
30”- Freezer 530 lbs. (238.5 kg) each; Refrigerator 505 lbs. (227.3 kg) each
36”- Freezer 585 lbs. (263.3 kg) each; Refrigerator 570 lbs. (256.5 kg) each
(213. 16”
5 cm
max. )
2”
26–1/cm)
(2) 36” Units
(2) 115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp dedicated circuit; 3-wire cord with
Overall interior dimensions
30” Freezer
30” Refrigerator
36” Freezer
36” Refrigerator
75–1
(192 5/16”
.9
(1) 36” & (1) 30” Unit
21
Cutout Dimensions
Anti-Tip Dimensions
Dual 30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
See An
ti-Tip b
oard in
stallatio
n
24” )
.0 cm
(61
Dual 30” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Electric Outlet Location
Anti-Tip Location
6”
(15.2
c m)
9”
(22.9
Two 2”x 4” mounting boards per unit
3” (7.6 cm) x 3–1/2” (8.9 cm)
9”
(22.9
cm)
c m)
23”
(58.4 c
m)
8
(210 2–7/8”
.5 c
m) m
antit
openip boardin.
ing h
&
eigh
t
73–3
(186.4/8”
cm)
79
(201 –3/8”
.6
to bo cm) min
.
(213
/16”
.
anti- 5 cm) m
tip b
ax.
o
3 –1 /
(8 2”
.9 cm
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
oa
ng h rd &
eigh
t
peni
80
Water Line Entry Area
nti-ti
o
p bo f
ard
Flush Mount Anti-Tip Location
60
7
–5/
(19.4 8” 6–3
/
cm)
(17.1 4”
cm)
(1.5 c
m) 3”
(7.6
cm)
”
(
Flus 152.4 cm
h Mo
)
unt o
nl y
59–
(151.5/8”
4 cm
)
5/8”
1.4 /8”
cm)
)
1
(27. 0–3/4
3 cm ”
)
One 2”x 4” mounting board per unit
1–1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3–1/2” (8.9 cm)
5/8
(1.5 c”
m)
3
(9.2 –5/8”
cm
23”
(58.4 c
m)
1
–
(26.0
7 c1m/2”
)
p
waO
tertiona
line l flo
ent or
ry
)
Note: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the anti-tip
bracket by the difference.
(204 –1/2”
.6
to bo cm) max
.
ttom
a
Note: Cutout opening shown with All Freezer model on left.
Reverse water line entry if All Freezer model is on right.
(1559–5
23”
(58.4 c
m)
84–1
Flus (152 60”
h M .4 c
oun m)
t on
ly
3”
m)
(7.6 c
(1.55/8”
c m)
2”
1–1/ m)
(3.8 c
23”
(58.4 c
m)
1”
cm)
(2.5
Bottom of anti-tip board is 3–7/8” (9.8 cm) below opening height.
3 –1 /
(8 2”
Note: Top of unit must be placed firmly under anti-tip board.
.9 cm
)
Note: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the anti-tip
bracket by the difference.
22
23
Cutout Dimensions
Anti-Tip Dimensions
Dual 30” & 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Dual 30” & 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
See An
ti-Tip b
oard in
stallatio
n
24” )
.0 cm
(61
Electric Outlet Location
Anti-Tip Location
6”
(15.2
c m)
9”
(22.9
cm
9”
(22.9
)
Two 2”x 4” mounting boards per unit
3” (7.6 cm) x 3 1/2” (8.9 cm)
c m)
82
(210 –7/8”
.5
anti- cm) mi
tip
n.
open board
&
ing h
eigh
t
29”
(73.7 c
m)
79
73–3
(201 –3/8”
.6
to bo cm) min
.
(186.4/8”
cm)
(
7
–5/
(19.4 8” 6–3
/
cm)
5/8
(17.1 4”
cm)
(1.5 c”
m) 3”
(7.6
cm)
Note: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
boards by the difference.
nti-ti
p bo of
ard
Note: Cutout opening shown with All Freezer model on left.
Reverse water line entry if All Freezer model is on right.
Flus (167
h M .6 c ”
oun m)
t on
ly
(8.9 c ”
m)
(204 –1/2”
.6
to bocm) max
.
ttom
a
Water Line Entry Area
66”
Flush Mount Anti-Tip Location
Flush167.6 cm
Mou )
nt on
ly
65–5
(166. /8”
7 cm
)
One 2”x 4” mounting board per unit
1–1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3–1/2” (8.9 cm)
5/8
(1.5 c”
m)
3
(9.2 –5/8”
cm
)
1
(27. 0–3/4
3 cm ”
)
29”
(73.7 c
m)
1
–
(26.0
7 c1m/2”
)
p
waO
tertiona
line l flo
ent or
ry
(1.55/8”
c m)
1”
(2.5
c
m)
2”
1–1/ m)
(3.8 c
Bottom of anti-tip board is 3–7/8” (9.8 cm) below opening height.
23”
(58.4 c
Note: Top of unit must be placed firmly under anti-tip board.
Note: Dimensions shown for 36” AF/AR model on the left.
Reverse mounting boards if units are installed on the right.
3–1/
2
(8.9 c ”
m)
Note: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
boards by the difference.
24
m)
3–1/
2
80
r
g he d &
ight
enin
23”
(58.4 c
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
84
(213 –1/16”
.5
anti- cm) m
t
a
op ip boa x.
(16665–5/8
.7 cm ”
)
66
3” )
m
(7.6 c
25
m)
Cutout Dimensions
Anti-Tip Dimensions
Dual 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
See An
ti-Tip b
oard in
stallatio
n
24” )
.0 cm
(61
Dual 36” All Refrigerator/All Freezer
Electric Outlet Location
Anti-Tip Location
6”
(15.2
c m)
9”
(22.9
cm
Two 2”x 4” mounting boards per unit
3” (7.6 cm) x 3–1/2” (8.9 cm)
9”
(22.9
)
c m)
29”
(73.7 c
m)
82–7
/
(210
. 5 8”
anti- cm) mi
tip
n.
open board
&
ing h
eigh
t
to bo m) min
.
anti- ttom of
tip b
oard
)
84–1
/
(213
.5 16”
anti- cm) m
tip b
a
op
oa x.
29”
(73.7 c
79
(201 –3/8”
.6 c
73–3
(18 /8”
6.4 cm
3” )
m
(7.6 c
m)
3–1/
2
(8.9 c ”
m)
80
(204 –1/2”
.6
to bocm) max
.
ttom
a
r
g he d &
ight
enin
Note: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
boards by the difference.
nti-ti
p bo of
ard
Water Line Entry Area
Note: Cutout opening shown with All Freezer model on left.
Reverse water line entry if All Freezer model is on right.
Flush Mount Anti-Tip Location
72
(182 ”
.
Flus
8
h Mo c m )
unt o
nly
7
–5/
(19.4 8” 6–3
/
cm)
5/8”
(17.1 4”
cm)
(1.5 c
m) 3”
(7.6
cm)
(1871–5/
1.9 8”
cm)
Flus (182 72”
h M .8 c
oun m)
t on
ly
One 2”x 4” mounting board per unit
1–1/2” (3.8 cm) x 3–1/2” (8.9 cm)
71–5
(181. /8”
9 cm
)
5/8
29”
(1.5 c”
m)
3
(9.2 –5/8”
cm
)
1
(27. 0–3/4
3 cm ”
)
1 –1
(26.0
7 cm/2”
p
waO
tertiona
line l flo
ent or
ry
)
(73.7 c
m)
2”
1 – 1 / m)
(3.8 c
29”
(73.7 c
(1.55/8”
c m)
1”
(2.5
cm)
Bottom of anti-tip board is 3–7/8” (9.8 cm) below opening height.
Note: Top of unit must be placed firmly under anti-tip board.
3–1/
2
(8.9 c ”
m)
Note: If unit is installed deeper than
24” (61.0 cm), then shim behind the mounting
boards by the difference.
26
27
m)
Cabinet Information
Cabinet Information
(Professional)
Professional models fit “semi-flush” in standard 24” (61.0 cm) deep cabinet openings. The door
face protrudes 1-3/4” (4.4 cm) from the cabinet face. The handle protrudes an additional
2-1/2” (6.4 cm) into the room.
(Professional)
Professional models fit “semi-flush” in standard 24” (61.0 cm) deep cabinet openings. The door
face protrudes 1-3/4” (4.4 cm) from the cabinet face. The handle protrudes an additional
2-1/2” (6.4 cm) into the room.
Top View
Top View
Wall
Wall
1–13/16”
1–13/16”
(4.6 cm)
Space if 24” (61.0 cm)
standard cabinet
depth is used
(4.6 cm)
Space if 24” (61.0 cm)
standard cabinet
depth is used
24”
24”
(61.0 cm)
Standard cabinet depth
3/4”
(61.0 cm)
Standard cabinet depth
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
Partial overlay
cabinet door
Countertop overhang
Door
Door
1-3/4”
1-3/4”
(4.4 cm) Offset
Top View
(4.4 cm) Offset
Wall
1–13/16”
24”
(61.0 cm)
Standard
cabinet depth
(4.6 cm)
Space if 24” (61.0 cm)
standard cabinet
depth is used
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
5–16”
(0.8 cm)
Door
1-3/4”
(4.4 cm) Offset
28
29
Cabinet Information
(Professional with Flush Mount Trim)
Professional models with flush mount trim fit flush in standard 24” (61.0 cm) deep cabinet openings
with no protrusion into the room except the handle protrudes 2-1/2” (6.4 cm) into the room.
Cabinet Information
(Professional with Flush Mount Trim)
Professional models with flush mount trim fit flush in standard 24” (61.0 cm) deep cabinet openings
with no protrusion into the room except the handle protrudes 2-1/2” (6.4 cm) into the room.
Top View
Overlapping cabinet doors
Top View
Wall
Wall
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
space if
24” (61.0 cm)
standard
cabinet depth
is used
1”
(2.5 cm)
space if
25” (63.5 cm)
cabinet depth
is used
25”
(63.5 cm)
countertop
depth
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
24”
24-3/4”
(62.9 cm)
3/4”
(61.0 cm)
Standard
cabinet
depth
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
24”
(61.0 cm)
Standard
cabinet
depth
Cabinet door
Door
Door
Flush
Flush
Top View
Top View
Flush mount cabinet doors
Wall
Wall
1”
1”
(2.5 cm)
space if
25” (63.5 cm)
cabinet depth
is used
25”
(63.5 cm)
(2.5 cm)
space if
25” (63.5 cm)
cabinet depth
is used
3/4”
3/4”
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
25”
(63.5 cm)
Cabinet depth
(1.9 cm)
Full end panel
Door
Cabinet door
Door
Flush
Flush
30
31
Custom Side Panel Dimensions
(Professional)
3/16”
1
-7/ )
227.0 cm
(Professional with Flush Mount Trim)
3/4”
(0.5 cm)
Back filler
panel
6”
Custom Side Panel Dimensions
(1.9 cm)
End panel
Z-Bracket
1/4”
(0.6 cm)
4”
-3/ )
21.2 cm
6” m)
.2
(15
1”
(2.5 cm)
c
(55
(5
3/4”
5/32”
(1.9 cm)
End panel
(0.4 cm)
4”
-3/ )
21.2 cm
”
/16)
7
m
22 0 c
(57
(55
.
(2182-7
0.5 /8
cm ”
to ) min
8
4
(21 -1
.
3.5 /1
cm 6”
)m
ax
.*
(2182-7
0.5 /8
cm ”
to ) min
8
(21 4-1
.
3.5 /1
cm 6”
)m
ax
.*
6” m)
.2
(15
(2182-7
0.5 /8
cm ”
to ) min
8
(21 4-1
.
3.5 /1
cm 6”
)m
ax
.*
(2182-7
0.5 /8
cm ”
to ) min
8
(21 4-1
.
3.5 /1
cm 6”
)m
ax
.*
c
”
24 cm)
/4”
2-1 cm)
.0
(61
2 .5
56
(
Optional kickplate notch
Dimensions determined by cabinets
4”
-1/cm)
2
2
(56
Optional kickplate notch
”
24 cm)
Dimensions determined by cabinets
.0
(61
.5
* Depending on how high leveling feet are raised, and cabinet enclosure height.
* Depending on how high leveling feet are raised, and cabinet enclosure height.
32
33
General Information
Area Requirements
It is required that a separate circuit serving
only this appliance be provided. This
appliance is equipped with a power supply
cord having a 3-prong grounding plug. To
minimize possible shock hazard, the cord
must be plugged into a mating 3-prong,
grounding-type wall receptacle.
Do not use an extension cord.
Verify the following:
• Unit can fit into residence and can be
moved around corners and through
doorways.
• Floors can support unit’s weight plus food
weight (approximately 1200 pounds
[540 kg] per unit).
If codes permit a separate grounding wire to
be used, it is recommended that a qualified
electrician determine that the grounding
path is adequate.
• Floors underneath refrigerator are level
with surrounding finished floor.
• Rear wall is solid and is able to support
two horizontally mounted 2 X 4s (included)
bolted to two wall studs. The 2 X 4 board
bolt heads must be flush with 2 X 4 to
prevent obstruction.
DO NOT ground to a gas pipe. Check with
a qualified electrician if you are not sure the
appliance is properly grounded. DO NOT
have a fuse in the neutral or grounding
circuit.
• Remove anything attached to rear or side
walls that can obstruct unit installation.
Anti-Tip Requirements
The anti-tip boards should be fastened into
position prior to moving the unit into the
opening.
• Cutout dimensions are accurate.
• Electrical outlet is in correct location.
• Water line is in correct location.
Note: Additional mounting boards may be
required if the unit does not touch the back
wall of the enclosure. To prevent unit from
tipping forward, it must be secured in place
with a solid soffit or wood block.
• Do not install a refrigeration unit near a
heat source, nor in a location where the
surrounding temperature will fall below
60º F (16º C).
Electrical Requirements
General Information
Water Supply Requirements
• Do not use plastic water lines from the
household plumbing to the water inlet
valve connection on the refrigeration
unit.
WARNING
To avoid serious illness or death, do not use unit
where water is microbiologically unsafe or of
unknown quality without adequate disinfection
before or after the system. Systems certified for cyst
reduction may be used on disinfected water that
may contain filterable cysts. The contaminants or
other substances removed or reduced by this water
treatment system are not necessarily in you water.
• Do not use the self-piercing feature of a
saddle valve. The hole made by the
piercing lance is too small for the water
flow rate required by the ice maker.
Use only 1/4” (6 mm) copper tubing for
water line. Do Not install copper tubing in
area where temperatures drop below
35° F (1.7° C). Before attaching copper
tubing to the unit, flush at least 2 quarts
(1.9 L) of water through the copper tubing
and into a bucket to remove any particles
in the water line.
• If saddle valve is not used, place a
separate shut-off valve in an easily
accessible location between water supply
and the unit. Do not locate shut-off valve
behind the unit.
• The installation of Viking units with a
reverse osmosis system is acceptable
as long as the water pressure remains
within the allowable PSI as stated below.
It is important to note that with many
reverse osmosis systems, the pressure
starts off high, but then it decreases as the
water level of the reverse osmosis storage
area drops. This must be considered when
checking the water pressure coming into
the unit.
• Viking Range Corporation is not
responsible for property damage due to
improper installation or water
connection.
• Connect 1/4” (6 mm) flexible copper
tubing to household plumbing in
compliance with local codes and
ordinances.
• Connect a vertical or horizontal 1/2”
(1.2 cm) to 1-1/4” (3.2 cm) COLD water
line near water area.
• Length of copper tubing must reach from
water supply connection to the unit
connection with an additional length to
facilitate moving the unit out of enclosure
for cleaning or service. Tubing should be
soft instead of rigid and ends should be
free of burrs.
It is the customer’s responsibility to:
• contact a qualified electrical installer.
• assure that the electrical installation is
adequate and in conformance with the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70latest edition or Canadian Electrical Code
C22.1-1998 and C22.2 No. 0-M91 (or
latest edition), and all local codes and
ordinances. A 115 volt, 60-Hz, 15 amp,
fused, electrical supply is required.
• Run water line through the floor, back, or
side wall. Tubing should lay flat on floor
underneath the unit. Clamp tubing to wall
or floor.
• Copper tubing route must be above 35° F
(1.7° C) to prevent water line from freezing.
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• Water pressure must be greater than 20 psi
and less than 120 psi on non-dispensers
and greater than 35 psi and less than 120
psi on dispensers.
35
General Information
Flush Mount Side Trim Installation
• Most of the unit’s weight is at the top.
Extra care is needed when moving the unit
to prevent tipping.
Note: If the unit is to be installed flush with the cabinets, the flush mount side trim must be
installed. If not, skip to “installation”.
TIP OVER HAZARD
Appliance is top heavy and tips easily when
not completely installed. Keep doors closed
until appliance is completely installed and
secured per installation instructions. Use two
or more people to move and install
appliance. Failure to do so can result in
death or serious injury.
• Do Not remove protective film until unit is
in operating position.
• All four leveling legs must contact the floor
to support and stabilize the full weight.
• Do not drop unit.
Unpacking unit
• Remove exterior shipping materials prior
to moving unit into home.
1. Remove top and bottom strap.
2. Remove top cap.
• Use two or more people to move and
install unit. Failure to follow this instruction
can result in back or other injury.
3. Cut carton rear approximately 1/4”
(0.6 cm) to 1” (2.5 cm) from right corner
with a utility knife extended 1/4” (0.6 cm).
• To avoid personal injury, wear gloves when
performing any installation procedure and
wear eye protection when cutting metal
straps.
Step 1 - Remove the trim kit from the rear of the unit. The trim is contained in a box marked
“Refrigerator Trim Parts - DO NOT DISCARD”
Step 2 - Locate the necessary parts: Two (2) flush mount trim pieces and a hardware kit with
twenty-two (22) screws.
Step 3 - Remove the side trim on the refrigerator and discard the trim and screws.
Step 4 - Align the top of the flush mount side trim with the top of the unit's machine
compartment. Using the screws included in the hardware kit, attach the side trim to the unit,
only using the holes visible through the side trim. Note: Do not use the screw holes in the
machine compartment.
Installation
1
2
4. Remove carton and exterior packaging.
Save cardboard shipping material to
protect floor surface when installing unit.
Remove anti-tip board, kickplate and door
trim pieces (DF models) from rear of unit.
Moving Unit
Place unit in front of cutout.
Pull the center grille louver up
at an angle and pull out.
3
Remove shipping brackets from skid by removing 4 bolts
(2 on each side) with a 1/2” deep-well socket wench and
a pair of pliers.
Note: Tilting unit is not required to remove shipping
brackets.
Slip appliance dolly between unit and skid. Only use
dolly from the rear of the unit to remove unit from skid.
After the unit is removed from the skid, a dolly can be
used from either side or the back BUT NOT THE FRONT.
Note: Use excess packaging to protect decorative trim;
also, verify that leveling legs are up (0” adjustment).
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4
Using an 8” magnetic nut driver, remove
the two 1/4” screws.
Remove grille assembly.
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Hinge Adjustment
6
5
Front of unit
9
10a
2
2
3”
1
1
Remove 4 side screws and remove unit top.
3
Plug in power cord to verify operation.
Note: Make sure power switch and showroom switch
are in the “On” Position.
Loosen the 4 hinge screws. Adjust door.
Retighten 4 hinge screws.
Place unit within 3” of being flush with cabinets.
Note: To avoid cabinet damage, place cardboard
between cabinets and unit. When moving unit, do not
crimp, kink or crush water supply line.
10b
7
11
1
2
Carefully move unit until semi flush with cabinet
(depending on unit).
Replace unit top. Replace 4 side screws.
8b
8a
13
12
Wall
Wall
2x4
2x4
Refrigerator
Pull supply tubing forward under unit.
Note: DO NOT use plastic water lines.
Refrigerator
Attach a single 2 x 4 to wall stud (refer to dimensions
page for exact location).
If needed, depending on cabinet and depth,
attach second 2 x 4 to first 2 x 4.
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Flush water line by running two quarts of water
into a bucket. Turn water off.
Connect supply tube to water valve using
a 1/2” wrench. Note: DO NOT overtighten.
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Door Stop Adjustment
20
15
14
21
1
1
90˚
110˚
120˚
3
2
2
Turn on water supply and check for leaks.
Lift unit off rollers to desired height and level unit using
a 5/16” head wrench.
Note: DO NOT use an electric device. Overtightening
can cause damage.
Open refrigerator door so door stop and shoulder
screw are accessible.
Note: Shoulder screw should be in 110˚ door opening position.
Remove shoulder screw and place in 90˚ or
120˚ position.
Final Installation
17
16
Screw
22
23
Wall
2x4
Refrigerator
Attach positive secure self-tapping bolts to 2 x 4
using a 22” extension.
Verify that drain pan is installed and aligned.
Replace top air grille.
Using an 8”magnetic nut driver, replace
the two 1/4” screws.
Kickplate Installation
18
24
19
1
25
2
3
2
Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the
kickplate to the unit and adjust to desired height.
Align holes on both ends of louvered panels and insert
screws.
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Replace the center grille louver.
Open door. Display should flash.
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Performance Checklist
26
Press “ACTIVATE CONTROLS” button pad and close
door.
Note: There is a 6 minute delay before the unit starts.
h Verify cabinet size.
h Align/square door(s).
h Verify electrical supply and water supply
(if applicable).
h Verify drain pan is properly installed and
there are no leaks in water connection.
h Install anti-tip device(s) and verify unit is
secure.
h Install kickplate.
h Remove internal packaging and labels
and wipe unit down.
h Position unit in cutout, level at desired
height, and secure unit.
Installer’s information:
h Plug-in unit and verify operation.
h Connect water supply (if applicable).
• Verify icemaker fill tube is properly
inserted.
• Verify icemaker bailarm is down.
• Verify dispenser operation
(if applicable).
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Installer’s name:_____________________________
Installer’s company:_________________________
Date: ________________________________________
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Verify Operations
Service & Registration
Control Panels
Only authorized replacement parts may be
used in performing service on the appliance.
Do not repair or replace any part of the
appliance unless specifically recommended in
the manual. All other servicing should be
referred to a qualified technician.
All Refrigerator
ACTIVATE
CONTROLS
REF
TEMP
FREEZER
HIGHER
LOWER
MAX FRZ MAX REF
CF
FAST COOL
SAB SHOW
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR OPEN
POWER
HIGH TEMP
FAST
COOL
MAX
REF
ALARM
OFF
DISPLAY
OFF
All Freezer
ACTIVATE
CONTROLS
FRZ
TEMP
FREEZER
HIGHER
LOWER
MAX FRZ MAX REF
CF
FAST COOL
SAB SHOW
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR OPEN
POWER
HIGH TEMP
FAST
COOL
MAX
FRZ
ALARM
OFF
DISPLAY
OFF
Record the following information indicated
below. You will need it if service is ever required.
The serial number and model number for your
appliance are located on the identification plate
mounted behind the top light.
1. Press “Activate Controls” pad.
Model number
2. Verify unit is not in Sabbath Mode.
If in Sabbath Mode:
A. The Sabbath Mode will disable the interior lights, display (except SAB indicator, temperature and
compartment indicator) and alarm.
To exit the Sabbath Mode:
B. Press and hold “Activate Controls” and then “Display Off” for 3 seconds.
(The control will beep three times to alert the user the Sabbath Mode has been exited.)
_________________________________________
Serial number
_________________________________________
Date of purchase
3. Verify unit is not in Showroom Mode.
If in Showroom Mode:
A. The Showroom Mode will disable the refrigerator system but all other functions are normal.
These include lights and control. (If the refrigerator is in Showroom Mode, SHOW will be lit.)
To exit Showroom Mode:
B. Press and hold “Activate Controls”; while holding, press and hold “Higher” and “Alarm Off”
together. (The control will beep three times to alert the user that Showroom Mode has been
exited.)
_________________________________________
Date installed
_________________________________________
Dealer's name
4.Press “Activate Controls” then press and hold “Lower”; while holding, press and hold “Display Off”
and hold until beeps (force start compressor).
5. All models need to be set at 38° F and 0° F for the Refrigerator and Freezer respectfully - factory
setting.
_________________________________________
Address
_________________________________________
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