DMMILKICE

DMMILKICE
Shelleymatic®
by Delfield
Milk, Ice Cream and Milk & Ice
Cream Dispensers
Original Instructions
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
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N, N6/N10/N14
Free-standing milk or
beverage dispensers
NSCF, SCF
Free-standing ice cream
dispensers and milk & ice
cream dispensers
Part Number: 9291482 11/15
NDF
Free-standing milk or
beverage dispensers
NLFAC
Free-standing milk or beverage
dispensers with air curtain
MF, MFSC
Built-in milk or beverage
dispensers
Milk, Ice Cream & Milk & Ice Cream Dispensers Service and Installation Manual
Important Warning And Safety Information
WARNING
Read This Manual Thoroughly Before Operating, Installing, Or Performing Maintenance On The Equipment.
WARNING
Failure To Follow Instructions In This Manual Can Cause Property Damage, Injury Or Death.
WARNING
Do Not Store Or Use Gasoline Or Other Flammable Vapors Or Liquids In The Vicinity Of This Or Any Other
Appliance.
WARNING
Unless All Cover And Access Panels Are In Place And Properly Secured, Do Not Operate This Equipment.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not Intended For Use By Persons Who Lack Experience Or Knowledge, Unless They Have
Been Given Supervision Or Instruction Concerning Use Of The Appliance By A Person Responsible For Their
Safety.
WARNING
This Appliance Is Not To Be Played With.
WARNING
Do Not Clean With Water Jet.
WARNING
Do Not Use Electrical Appliances Inside The Food Storage Compartment Of This Appliance.
CAUTION
Observe the following:
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•
Minimum clearances must be maintained from all walls and combustible materials.
•
Keep the equipment area free and clear of combustible material.
•
Allow adequate clearance for air openings.
•
Operate equipment only on the type of electricity indicated on the specification plate.
•
Unplug the unit before making any repairs.
•
Retain this manual for future reference.
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Contents
Receiving and Inspecting Equipment......................................... 3
Serial Number Location.............................................................. 4
Warranty Information.................................................................. 4
Regulatory Certifications............................................................. 4
Specifications.............................................................................. 5
Installation................................................................................6-7
Operation..................................................................................... 8
Maintenance...........................................................................9-10
Notes.........................................................................................11
Receiving and Inspecting the Equipment
Even though most equipment is shipped crated, care should be
taken during unloading so the equipment is not damaged while
being moved into the building.
1. Visually inspect the exterior of the package and skid or
container. Any damage should be noted and reported to
the delivering carrier immediately.
2. If damaged, open and inspect the contents with the
carrier.
3. In the event that the exterior is not damaged, yet upon
opening, there is concealed damage to the equipment
notify the carrier. Notification should be made verbally as
well as in written form.
4. Request an inspection by the shipping company of the
damaged equipment. This should be done within 10 days
from receipt of the equipment.
5. Check the lower portion of the unit to be sure casters are
not bent.
6. Also open the compressor compartment housing and
visually inspect the refrigeration package. Be sure lines
are secure and base is still intact.
7. Freight carriers can supply the necessary damage forms
upon request.
8. Retain all crating material until an inspection has been
made or waived.
Uncrating the Equipment
First cut and remove the banding from around the crate.
Remove the front of the crate material, use of some tools will
be required. If the unit is on legs remove the top of the crate
as well and lift the unit off the skid. If the unit is on casters it
can be rolled off the skid.
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Serial Number Location
Serial number tag locations
MF/MFSC — on the end above the refrigeration system.
N, N6/N10/N14, and SCF — rear of the unit above the louver.
NDF — Front right hand corner under the lid.
NLFAC — at the rear of the unit by the power cord.
Always have the serial number of your unit available when calling
for parts or service. A complete list of authorized Delfield parts
depots is available at www.delfield.com.
The units represented in this manual are for indoor use only.
©2013 The Delfield Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction without
written permission is prohibited. “Delfield” and “Shelleymatic” are registered
trademarks of The Delfield Company.
Warranty Information
Visit http://www.delfield.com/minisite/service/warranty_info to:
• Register your product for warranty.
• Verify warranty information.
• View and download a copy of your warranty.
Regulatory Certifications
All models are certified by:
National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
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Specifications
Model
H.P.
Loading/Dispensing
Weight
(lbs)
Amps
(115V)
NEMA Plug
BTU Load
Evap BTU/
TD
BTU
Capacity
Ref/Charge
Self-contained free-standing milk or beverage dispensers
N-520
1/4
sliding top lids
327
5.0
5-15P
189
33/31º
1035
134a/16oz
N-860
1/4
sliding top lids
392
5.0
5-15P
259
42/28º
1167
134a/16oz
N-1200
1/4
sliding top lids
462
5.0
5-15P
328
51/25º
1273
134a/16oz
N-1530
1/4
sliding top lids
532
5.0
5-15P
398
60/23º
1360
134a/16oz
N6-1313-34
1/4
sliding top lids
382
5.0
5-15P
245
42/28º
1167
134a/16oz
N6-1313-36
1/4
sliding top lids
402
5.0
5-15P
245
42/28º
1167
134a/16oz
N10-1313-34
1/4
sliding top lids
545
5.0
5-15P
353
55/24º
1315
134a/16oz
N10-1313-36
1/4
sliding top lids
565
5.0
5-15P
353
55/24º
1315
134a/16oz
N14-1313-34
1/4
sliding top lids
650
5.0
5-15P
455
68/21º
1422
134a/16oz
N14-1313-36
1/4
sliding top lids
670
5.0
5-15P
455
68/21º
1422
134a/16oz
Self-contained free-standing milk or beverage dispensers
NDF-12
1/4
drop front & flip top lids
365
5.0
5-15P
687
49/25º
1204
134a/16oz
NDF-18
1/3
drop front & flip top lids
430
7.0
5-15P
898
60/27º
1585
134a/24oz
Self-contained free-standing milk or beverage dispensers with air curtain (BTU is with lids closed.)
NLFAC-8
1/3
hinged lids w/air curtain
401
7.0
5-15P
668
140/16º
2184
134a/24oz
NLFAC-12
1/2
hinged lids w/air curtain
491
9.0
5-15P
859
140/21º
2885
134a/32oz
NLFAC-16
1/2
hinged lids w/air curtain
583
11.0
5-15P
1050
140/23º
3193
134a/32oz
390
7.1
5-15P
139(ref)
414(frz)
37/43º(ref)
37/21º(frz)
1596(ref)
796(frz)
404A/16oz
Self-contained free-standing milk and ice cream dispensers
NSCF-48
1/4
hinged top lids
Self-contained free-standing ice cream dispensers
SCF-32
1/4
hinged top lids
334
7.1
5-15P
709
51/18º
915
404A/16oz
SCF-48
1/3
hinged top lids
414
8.0
5-15P
1043
69/19º
1350
404A/24oz
Model
H.P.
Cutout Dim. (L x D)
Weight
(lbs)
Amps
(115V)
NEMA Plug
BTU Load
Evap BTU/
TD
BTU
Capacity
Ref/Charge
Self-contained built-in milk or beverage dispensers *a 2.87” space is required between each cutout
MFSC-2821
1/4
(1) 10.75” x 21”
267
5.0
5-15P
264
45/26º
1166
134a/16oz
MFSC-31
1/4
(2) 10.75” x 21”*
306
5.0
5-15P
296
50/24º
1212
134a/16oz
MFSC-44
1/4
(3) 10.75” x 21”*
413
5.0
5-15P
408
64/21º
1346
134a/16oz
MFSC-57
1/4
(4) 10.75” x 21”*
461
5.0
5-15P
519
79/18º
1447
134a/16oz
Remote built-in milk or beverage dispensers *a 2.87” space is required between each cutout
MF-2821
N/A
(1) 10.75” x 21”
197
N/A
N/A
264
45/26º
N/A
134a/N/A
MF-31
N/A
(2)10.75” x 21”*
238
N/A
N/A
296
50/24º
N/A
134a/N/A
MF-44
N/A
(3)10.75” x 21”*
312
N/A
N/A
408
64/21º
N/A
134a/N/A
MF-57
N/A
(4) 10.75” x 21”*
335
N/A
N/A
519
79/18º
N/A
134a/N/A
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Installation
Location
These units are intended for indoor use only. Be sure the location
chosen has a floor strong enough to support the total weight of
the cabinet and contents. Units in this product line can weigh as
much as 1500 pounds when it is fully stocked. Reinforce the
floor as necessary to provide for maximum loading.
For the most efficient refrigeration, be sure to provide good air
circulation inside and out.
Inside cabinet: Do not pack unit so full that air cannot circulate.
Take care not to block air flow to the fans and allow space along
sides.
Outside cabinet: Be sure that the unit has access to ample
air. Avoid hot corners and locations near stoves and ovens. It
is recommended that the rear of the unit be no less than two
inches from any wall, partition or any other object which will
restrict exhaust air flow.
Leveling
A level cabinet looks better and will perform better because
the cabinet will not be subject to unnecessary strain due to
doors not properly lining up with door frames.
Some models have casters for ease of cleaning underneath and
for mobility. It is important that the unit be installed in a stable
condition with the front casters locked before operating. Locking
the front casters after installation is the operator’s responsibility.
Electrical connection
A standard self-contained unit is provided with a power cord
and three-prong grounded plug.
The unit should be plugged into a receptacle with its own
circuit protection that matches the amperage of the plug.
Refer to the amperage data on specifications
page or the serial tag data and your local code or
the National Electrical Code to be sure the unit is
connected to the proper power source. A protected
circuit of the correct voltage and amperage must
be run for connection to the unit.
Built-in units
All self-contained units (MFSC) are tested at the factory to assure
proper operation. The unit should not be installed directly next to
high heat generating equipment (ranges, griddles, etc.).
These units are built into the counter from below and must be
supported from the bottom. The counter cut-out sizes and power
supply requirements are shown on the specifications page. All
refrigerators have drains located in the bottom of the tank. An
appropriate drainage area or container must be provided by
the customer. Be sure to place the unit so the pressure control,
located near the compressor, can be reached.
For installation of remote units (MF), consult a refrigeration
service company to connect refrigeration lines to the remote
condensing unit.
Self-contained refrigerated units (MFSC) require
air flow to the compressor. A louver is provided
and must be installed in the counter in front of the
condenser. An equal size opening at the rear of
the cabinet must also be provided to allow warm
air to escape. Failure to do so will void all product
warranties.
Free standing units
All self-contained units (N, N6/10/14, NDF, NLFAC, SCF and
NSCF) are tested at the factory to assure proper operation. The
unit should not be installed directly next to high heat generating
equipment (ranges, griddles, etc.).
These units are free standing, either on legs or casters. The
power supply requirements are shown on the specifications
page. All free standing units have drains located in the bottom
of the tank. An appropriate drainage area or container must be
provided by the customer.
Do not place the unit against a wall or any object that will block
air circulation through the condensing unit. If the unit must
be placed against a wall, leave a minimum of 2” of space for
air flow.
The power supply must be disconnected
whenever performing maintenance or repairing
the equipment!
The unit must never be operated without the
louvered panel in place.
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Installation Continued
How to adjust self-leveling dispenser
Tools Needed: One small flat head screw driver; One Phillips
head screw driver.
1. A
lways wear safety glasses when adjusting your dispenser.
Also, lock brakes on mobile units before beginning.
2. U
nload dispenser and remove stainless steel load tray by
lifting straight up and set it aside (see figure 1).
RETAINER
(Figure 1) Sample unit
LOAD TRAY
RETAINER
ELEVATOR HOUSINGS
3. U
se small regular screw driver to loosen each retainer
mounted on stainless steel rod at top of each elevator
housing.
4. To
remove
elevator housing,
lift
housing
straight up to
clear the stud on
unit base. Then
gently swing the
bottom of the
housing towards
the inside of the
unit and pull
housing out of the
unit (see figure 2).
Lay housing on
flat surface.
5. U
se Phillips head
screw driver to
remove front panel
on the elevator
housing (see figure
3).
6. If carrier is riding
too high, you need
to remove springs.
With carrier all the
way to the top, gently
disengage one spring
at a time, unhooking
bottom loop out of
carrier bracket (see
figure 4). Remove
as many springs as
necessary.
If carrier is riding too
low, you need to add
springs. With carrier
all the way to the top,
gently engage one
spring at a time by
hooking bottom loop
of spring into carrier
bracket. Add as many
springs as necessary.
REMOVE SCREWS,
SLIDE COVER OFF
(Figure 3) Remove front panel
REMOVE OR
ADD SPRINGS
AS NEEDED
(Figure 4) Remove or add springs
7. W
hen finished, put elevator housing back in unit and put
stainless steel load tray back on elevator housings. Load
unit to test dispensing level. If spring adjustment does
not position carrier properly, repeat procedure #6 trying
different springs. If this does not work, a different set
of springs may be required. To order, call The Delfield
Company Parts and Service Department at 800.733.8829
8. I f level is appropriate, put front panels back on and
tighten retainer.
CAUTION
CAUTION: Dispenser should not be operated
with front panels off elevator housing.
OTE: When adjusting the elevators make sure each have the
N
same number and size of springs connected to the carrier on
both sides. This will prevent the load tray from binding.
(Figure 2) Remove elevator housing
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Operation: N, N6/10/14, NDF, NLFAC, MF & MFSC Series
N, N6/10/14, NDF, NLFAC and MFSC Series milk dispensers
are set at the factory to maintain temperatures between 36°F
and 40°F. No further adjustment should be necessary. To begin
operation on self-contained models, plug the electrical supply
cord into a receptacle with the correct voltage. Remote models
will require a connection to a separate refrigeration system.
Loading: N, MF & MFSC Series
To load, place a complete layer of cartons or bottles standing
upright on the load tray. Then place a divider tray on top of
this layer, then another layer of cartons or bottles on this tray,
then another tray and another layer, etc. As each additional
tray is loaded, the elevators gradually lower. The last layer
may be placed on top without the use of another tray. When
loading the average tall half pint bottles, four layers may be
loaded into each compartment standing upright and the fifth
layer laying down.
It is very important to use the divider trays
provided between each successive layer of
contents to assure the correct balance of the
load and the proper action of the elevating
mechanism.
Wire racks, when used, should be loaded completely. When
placing one rack on top of the other, be sure the stacking lugs
are properly aligned.
Loading: N6/10/14 Series
These cabinets are designed to dispense 13” x 13” x 11” high
(maximum dimensions) dairy cases. Place one case loaded
with milk on the carrier and then place a second case loaded
with milk on top of the first case. Press down on the cases
leaning them toward the retaining bracket located under the
top lid track, then gradually release pressure on the cases
so that the top edge of the case engages with the retaining
bracket.
The elevating mechanism is designed to keep the contents
several inches below the top of the cabinet when fully loaded.
This distance serves two purposes:
A. It keeps the top layer of milk completely refrigerated even
when the lids are removed.
B. It insures that the lids will operate without striking the
contents as successive layers are added.
Loading: NDF Series
These cabinets are designed to dispense 13” x 13” x 11” high
(maximum dimensions) dairy cases. They do not have a selfleveling mechanism. Simply place the cases on top of each
other inside the cabinet through the wide opening in the top
and front.
Loading: NLFAC Series
These cabinets are designed to dispense 13” x 13” x 11” high
(maximum dimensions) dairy cases. Model NLFAC-8 holds
eight cases; four on the bottom and four on the top. Model
NLFAC-12 holds twelve cases; six on the bottom and six on
the top. Model NLFAC-16 holds sixteen cases, eight on the
bottom and eight on the top.
Milk cases are loaded through the wide opening in the top and
front of the unit. Fold the hinged lids up and back and rest
them on the top. The cabinet interior has self-locating guides
installed to make loading easy.
Operation: SCF & NSCF series
SCF Series ice cream dispensers are set at the factory to
maintain temperatures between -5°F and 0°F. NSCF Series
combination milk and ice cream dispensers are set at the
factory to maintain temperatures between 36°F and 40°F for
refrigerated product and between -5°F and 0°F for frozen
product. Each combination unit is constructed with two tanks
and separate controls. No further adjustments should be
necessary. To begin operation plug the electrical supply cord
into a receptacle with the correct voltage.
Loading
To load, place two layers of ice cream on the load tray, then a
tray, two additional layers of ice cream, then another tray, etc.
Do not stack ice cream above the frost line on the interior of
the freezer. See the instructions for the MF units (above) for
loading the refrigerated portion of the combination units.
Temperature Control
NLFAC Thermostat Control
Set the thermostat toward 1 for
higher temperatures and toward
7 for lower temperatures. The
refrigerator factory setting is 4
and maintains 38ºF (3ºC) in the
box.
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Low Pressure Control, Remaining Self Contained Models
If it is necessary to adjust the temperature, turn the knob
clockwise as indicated on the control. Make adjustments
gradually. It may take an hour to realize the temperature
change. Milk or beverage dispenser factory settings are 17ºF
differential, 34ºF cut in, and 17ºF cut out. Milk and ice cream
dispenser factory settings are 25ºF differential, 30ºF cut in, and
5ºF cut out.
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Maintenance
CAUTION
Never hose down interior or exterior of units with
water. This will void the warranty. Wipe interior dry
of any water accumulation.
Door Gasket Maintenance
Door gaskets require regular cleaning to prevent mold and
mildew build up and also to retain the elasticity of the gasket.
Gasket cleaning can be done with the use of warm soapy water.
Avoid full strength cleaning products on gaskets as this can
cause them to become brittle and crack. Never use sharp tools
or knives to scrape or clean the gasket. Gaskets can be easily
replaced and do not require the use of tools or an authorized
service person. The gaskets are “Dart” style and can be pulled
out of the groove in the door and new gaskets can be “pressed”
back into place.
Drain Maintenance - Base
Each unit has a drain located inside the unit that removes
the condensation from the evaporator coil and routes it to an
external condensate evaporator pan. Each drain can become
loose or disconnected during normal use. If you notice water
accumulation on the inside of the unit be sure the drain tube
is connected to the evaporator drain pan. If water is collecting
underneath the unit make sure the end of the drain tube is in
the condensate evaporator in the machine compartment. The
leveling of the unit is important as the units are designed to
drain properly when level. Be sure all drain lines are free of
obstructions.
Caster Maintenance
Wipe casters with a damp cloth monthly to prevent corrosion.
The power switch must be turned to OFF and the
unit disconnected from the power source whenever
performing service, maintenance functions or
cleaning the refrigerated area.
Refrigerators and Freezers
The interior and exterior can be cleaned using soap and warm
water. If this isn’t sufficient, try ammonia and water or a
nonabrasive liquid cleaner. When cleaning the exterior, always
rub with the “grain” of the stainless steel to avoid marring the
finish. Do not use an abrasive cleaner because it will scratch the
stainless steel and can damage the breaker strips and gaskets.
Stainless Steel Care and Cleaning
To prevent discoloration or rust on stainless steel several
important steps need to be taken. First, we need to understand
the properties of stainless steel. Stainless steel contains 7080% iron, which will rust. It also contains 12-30% chromium,
which forms an invisible passive film over the steels surface,
which acts as a shield against corrosion. As long as the
protective layer is intact, the metal is still stainless. If the film
is broken or contaminated, outside elements can begin to
breakdown the steel and begin to form discoloration of rust.
Proper cleaning of stainless steel requires soft cloths or plastic
scouring pads.
NEVER USE STEEL PADS, WIRE BRUSHES OR SCRAPERS!
Cleaning solutions need to be alkaline based or non-chloride
cleaners. Any cleaner containing chlorides will damage
the protective film of the stainless steel. Chlorides are also
commonly found in hard water, salts, and household and
industrial cleaners. If cleaners containing chlorides are used be
sure to rinse repeatedly and dry thoroughly. Routine cleaning
of stainless steel can be done with soap and water. Extreme
stains or grease should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner
and plastic scrub pad. Always rub with the grain of the steel.
There are stainless steel cleaners available which can restore
and preserve the finish of the steels protective layer. Early signs
of stainless steel breakdown are small pits and cracks. If this
has begun, clean thoroughly and start to apply stainless steel
cleaners in attempt to restore the passivity of the steel.
CAUTION
Never use an acid based cleaning solution! Many
food products have an acidic content, which can
deteriorate the finish. Be sure to clean the stainless
steel surfaces of ALL food products. Common items
include, tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables.
Cleaning the Condenser Coil
In order to maintain proper refrigeration performance, the
condenser fins must be cleaned of dust, dirt and grease
regularly. It is recommended that this be done at least every
three months. If conditions are such that the condenser is totally
blocked in three months, the frequency of cleaning should be
increased. Clean the condenser with a vacuum cleaner or stiff
brush. If extremely dirty, a commercially available condenser
cleaner may be required.
Failure to maintain a clean condenser coil can initially cause high
temperatures and excessive run times. Continuous operation
with a dirty or clogged condenser coil can result in compressor
failure. Neglecting the condenser coil cleaning procedures will
void any warranties associated with the compressor and cost
to replace the compressor.
Never use a high-pressure water wash for this
cleaning procedure as water can damage the
electrical components located near or at the
condenser coil.
Preventing blower coil corrosion
To help prevent corrosion of the blower coil, store all acidic
items, such as pickles and tomatoes, in sealable containers.
Immediately wipe up all spills.
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Maintenance, continued
Cleaning the condensate evaporator (remote models only)
The stainless steel condensate evaporator pan should be
cleaned every six months. Use a vacuum cleaner or damp cloth
to remove dust that may have accumulated. This will prevent
corrosion of the stainless steel.
Defrosting
Milk or Ice Cream dispensers require defrosting after 3/8” to
1/2” of frost forming. On/Off switch is located above the louver
panel.
Air Diffuser Cleaning Procedure
The air diffuser is located on the inside wall by the evaporator
fans. Remove the air diffuser from the equipment. Soak in
fresh hot dishwater for five minutes. Rinse by spraying soap
off with warm water, directing the spray into the holes. Repeat
rinsing steps until material is visibly clean. Soak in sanitizing
solution for five minutes. Replace into equipment.
Never use sharp objects or tools to clean or scrape ice/frost
build up. A puncture could cause irreparable damage to the
refrigeration system.
Cleaning the NLFAC milk dispensers
The following special instructions apply to the model NLFAC
dispenser only. After cleaning the interior and exterior as
described above, be sure to return the milk case loading tray
to the bottom of the unit. The load tray is required not only for
easy self-locating of milk cases, but it also ensures proper air
flow through the evaporator coil for the air curtain.
Any restriction to the air flow path, including
leaving the milk case load tray out of the cabinet,
will result in the voiding of your warranties.
A drain is supplied to simplify cleaning of the interior. Open
the clamp used to close off the drain tube. Drain accumulated
liquid from the cabinet. Be sure to re-clamp the tubing before
resuming operation of the NLFAC unit.
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DELFIELD
980 SOUTH ISABELLA ROAD, MOUNT PLEASANT, MI 48858
800-733-8821
WWW.DELFIELD.COM
Every new piece of Manitowoc Foodservice equipment comes with KitchenCare™ and you choose the level of service that meets
your operational needs from one restaurant to multiple locations.
StarCare – Warranty & lifetime service, certified OEM parts, global parts inventory, performance audited
ExtraCare — CareCode, 24/7 Support, online/mobile product information
LifeCare – Install & equipment orientation, planned maintenance, KitchenConnect™, MenuConnect
Talk with KitchenCare™ • 1-844-724-CARE • www.mtwkitchencare.com
To learn how Manitowoc Foodservice and its leading brands can equip you, visit our global web site at
www.manitowocfoodservice.com, then discover the regional or local resources available to you.
©2015 Manitowoc Foodservice except where explicitly stated otherwise. All rights reserved. Continuing product improvement may necessitate change of specifications without notice.
Part Number: 9291482 11/15
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