BLUE AIR BSF72 (02) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: Reach ins, Freezer & Refrigerators Installation & Operation Manual CAUTION! PLEASE KEEP POWER SWITCH ON BEFORE OPERATING THE UNIT ATTENTION! GARDEZ EN BOUTON ALLUME AVANT D’OPERER L’UNITE

Please read this manual completely before attempting to install or operate this equipment! <Solid Door>

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BSR23G BSR49G Blue air reagent the right to make product modification at any time. Specifications and Designs are subject to changs without notice IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS) Visit us on the web at blueairinc.com rUQRaMPUU CONTENTS Contents ◆ Specifications .............................................................................. 3 ◆ Serial Number .............................................................................. 3 ◆ Installation .................................................................................... 4 ◆ Cleaning ........................................................................................ 5 ◆ Caution .......................................................................................... 5 ◆ Operation Refrigerator ................................................................................ 6 Freezer ......................................................................................... 8 ◆ Trouble-Shooting ....................................................................... 10 Service Contact Blue Air Refrigeration has a Nationwide Service Network to provide timely services to our customer’s needs. Please call or fax us at the following numbers. Blue Air Refrigeration Nationwide Service Network TEL, (310) 808-0102 Fax, (310) 808-0242/0262 Toll Free, 1-866-677-8500 Specifications ◆ Specifications and Designs are subject to change without notice for quality improvement. Serial Number ◆ The serial number is located on the rating label which is on the left interior wall. Please retain the unit’s serial number for service purpose. Installation 1. GOOD AIR CIRCULATION - Make sure to avoid any object which will interrupt or block the air flow inside the unit. - Make sure to leave enough space toward the interior rear wall to ensure good air circulation - Make sure to keep 5 inch space between the back of the unit and the wall. 2. PLACE ON STRONG GROUND - Place the unit on a floor strong enough to hold 3. DO NOT PLACE NEAR HEAT SOURCE - Make sure to avoid hot corner or any location near stove, oven, or other heat source. - High ambient temperature will cause cooling efficiency to drop. 4. INDOOR USAGE ONLY - This equipment is intended for indoor use only. 5. STABILIZING - Make sure the unit is installed in a stable condition with the front wheels locked while in use. 6. LEVELING - Make sure that the unit is leveled well from front to back and side to side. 7. Unit should be connected to a dedicated electrical circuit. - Do not use extension cords. - Plug the unit to a dedicated electrical circuit & adequate capacity. 8. Install plastic condensate pan in the bottom of the unit. - Make sure pads are installed upwards and drain hose is in pan.

9. Install the unit in a place where the air circulation is good. - Maintain enough spaces around the unit since air to ensure the best cooling performance - If air circulation is obstructed, then cooling performance will drop, thus consuming more electricity as a result. over 1 ft

over 7 inches over 7 inches Reference If a left-hinge door is needed, please contact the sales representative in your area. A set of door hinge can be purchased separately to convert between right -hinge door and left-hinge door. Cleaning WARNING - To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug before cleaning or servicing. 1. CLEANING THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR - The interior and exterior of the unit can be cleaned using warm water with soap. - Do not use an abrasive cleaner because it will scratch the surface. 2. CLEANING THE GASKET - The door gasket should be cleaned frequently to maintain proper sealing. Use warm water and a mild soap. 3. CLEANING THE EVAPORATOR - If you need to clean the evaporator, please contact the qualified service technicians. 4. CHECK AFTER CLEANING - Check the unit again for safety. - Check if the unit is operating properly. ᵀ aŒ’@f•Žƒ”‰ŽOr…‰Ž„…’@†’@…’‰„‰ƒ@cŽ„…Ž“…’@cŒ…Ž‰Ž‡ A reminder alarm will sound on the unit to remind the customer to clean the condenser every 6 months. Warning Accumulated dust build up on the condenser fin can cause the unit to malfunction and compressor overload To remind the customer to clean the unit’s condenser The unit’s buzzer will sound and the unit will blink “CL” on the display panel To reset the alarm Press “ᵋ” & ”ᵍ “ buttons at the same time and hold for 3 seconds. The unit’s buzzer will stop and “CL” will disappear and the unit’s temperature will display on the display panel. If the reminder alarm is not reset The unit’s buzzer will sound for one hour and automatically turn off The unit’s display will continuously display a blinking “CL” Caution 1. POWER CORD - Make sure the power cord is connected to the proper voltage. (115V, 60Hz) - Compressor warranties are void if compressor burns out due to a usage of improper voltage. - A protected circuit of the correct voltage and amperage must be used for connection of the line cord. - Turn ‘off ‘ the power switch before disconnecting the power cord whenever performing maintenance service or cleaning the refrigerated cabinet. - If the power cord of Refrigerator (Freezer) is damaged, it should be replaced by the manufacturer or service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. 2. RE-STARTING - If disconnected, wait 5 minutes before re-starting. Operation Refrigerator BSR23 BSR49 BSR72 BSR23G BSR49G 1. Plug in and turn on the power switch located on the bottom of the top grill. The Display panel will be lighted. The compressor will begin to run. 2. The default temperature setting is 35°F (+2°C) 3. The compressor is automatically cycled by the electronic controller (PCB). 4. Temp. Control range is 39°F ~ 28°F (+4°C ~ -2°C) 5. The interior light is activated by the door switch when the door is open. 6. Evaporator fan motor(s) will run after all doors are completely closed. Operation DOOR OPENING INSIDE TEMP. TEMP. CONTROL BUTTON 1. UP / DOWN BUTTON (Temperature control button) - By pushing the up/down button, you can set the cabinet temperature. 2. DOOR OPENING INDICATOR - If door is opened, door opening indicator will be turned on. - If the door is left open for 3 minutes, the alarm will sound continuously. - The alarm will stop immediately upon closing the door.

Operation Freezer BSF23 BSF49 BSF72 1. Plug in and turn on the power switch located on the bottom of the top grill. The Display panel will be lighted. The compressor will begin to run. 2. The default temperature setting is 0°F (-19°C) 3. The compressor is automatically cycled by the electronic controller (PCB, D-sensor). 4. The Defrost cycle is automatically controlled by the D-sensor and the PCB 5. Temp. Control range is 5°F ~ -9°F (-15°C ~ -23°C) 6. The interior light is activated by the door switch at the bottom of the grill when the door is opened. 7. Evaporator fan motor(s) will run after all doors are completely closed.

Operation Operation DOOR OPENING INSIDE TEMP. TEMP. CONTROL BUTTON 1. UP / DOWN BUTTON (Temperature control button) - By pushing the up/down button, you can set the cabinet temperature. 2. DEFROST - The electronic defrost controller is set at the factory to provide a defrost cycle every 8 hours. - Once all frost is eliminated, the defrost control is changed to the freezer mode. - The panel displays " dF" during the defrost. 3. DOOR OPENING INDICATOR - If door is open, door opening indicator will be turned on. - If the door is left open for 3 minutes, the alarm will sound continuously. - The alarm will stop immediately upon closing the door. Trouble-Shooting Disassembly & Assembly Manual for Rear Shelf Shelves

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