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PDF Content Summary: ENGLISH Operator’s Manual REFRIGERATED DISPLAY CABINET Item Model Description Voltage Amps Watts Power (HP) Plug 40842 RDE7136 36” Curved Drop-In Refrigerated Display 120V 3.4 Amps 400 Watts 1/5 5-15P 40843 RDE7148 48” Curved Drop-In Refrigerated Display 120V 4.2 Amps 510 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40844 RDE7160 60” Curved Drop-In Refrigerated Display 120V 4.4 Amps 530 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40852 RDE8136 36” Curved Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 3.6 Amps 430 Watts 1/5 5-15P 40880 RDE8336 36” Curved Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 3.6 Amps 430 Watts 1/5 5-15P 40853 RDE8148 48” Curved Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 4.6 Amps 550 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40881 RDE8348 48” Curved Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 4.6 Amps 550 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40854 RDE8160 60” Curved Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 4.9 Amps 585 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40882 RDE8360 60” Curved Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 4.9 Amps 585 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40862 RDE8236 36” Cubed Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 3.9 Amps 470 Watts 1/5 5-15P 40886 RDE8436 36” Cubed Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 3.9 Amps 470 Watts 1/5 5-15P 40863 RDE8248 48” Cubed Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 5.0 Amps 600 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40887 RDE8448 48” Cubed Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 5.0 Amps 600 Watts 1/4 5-15P 40864 RDE8260 60” Cubed Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 6.0 Amps 725 Watts 3/8 5-15P 40889 RDE8460 60” Cubed Countertop Refrigerated Display 120V 6.0 Amps 725 Watts 3/8 5-15P Thank you for purchasing this Vollrath equipment. Before operating the equipment, read and familiarize yourself with the following operating and safety instructions. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Save the original box and packaging. Use this packaging to ship the equipment if repairs are needed. Item No. 2350087-1 en Rev 12/12
COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT OPERATOR’S MANUAL 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS To ensure safe operation, read the following statements and understand their meaning. Please read carefully. WARNING Warning is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that can cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the warning is ignored. CAUTION Caution is used to indicate the presence of a hazard that will or can cause minor personal injury or property damage if the caution is ignored. NOTE Note is used to notify people of installation, operation, or maintenance information that is important but not hazard-related. For Your Safety! These precautions should be followed at all times. Failure to follow these precautions could result in injury to yourself and others. To reduce risk of injury or damage to the equipment: ∎ Use only grounded electrical outlets matching the nameplate rated voltage. ∎ Have equipment installed by a qualified personnel in accordance with local codes and ordinances. ∎ Use equipment in a flat, level position. ∎ Do not use an extension cord with this equipment. Do not plug this equipment into a power strip or multi-outlet power cord. ∎ Unplug equipment and turn off before cleaning or moving. ∎ Do not spray controls or outside of equipment with liquids or cleaning agents. ∎ Do not clean the equipment with steel wool. ∎ Keep equipment and power cord away from open flames, electric burners or excessive heat. ∎ Do not operate unattended. ∎ Do not operate equipment in public areas and/or around children. ∎ Do not operate if equipment has been damaged or is malfunctioning in any way. FUNCTION AND PURPOSE This equipment is designed for illuminated display of food products at temperatures between 36°F (2°C) and 46°F (8°C). This equipment is intended and designed to keep food at proper serving temperatures. Food must be prepared and placed in display cabinets at proper serving temperatures. This equipment is not intended or designed to cool or chill food. It is not intended for household, industrial or laboratory use. WEIGHT BOTTOM SHELF CAPACITY The maximum weight capacity for total weight distributed evenly over the bottom shelf, 40 lbs. (18.1 Kg) for 36” models, 48 lbs. (21.7 Kg) for 48” models and 55 lbs. (24.9 Kg) for 60” models. UNPACKING THE EQUIPMENT AND INITIAL SETUP When no longer needed, dispose of all packaging and materials in an environmentally responsible manner. If the unit has been transported in a non-vertical position allow at least one (1) hour before operating. 1. Remove all packing material and tape, as well as any protective plastic from the equipment. 2. Remove bolts that secure the equipment to the pallet. 3. Clean any glue residue left over from the plastic or tape. 4. After the installation is complete the thin breather wires on the top of the side glass panels may be trimmed and crimped closed. 5. Seal the base of the unit to the counter top with food grade silicone seal. COUTERTOP (ALL MODELS) NOTE: There must be a minimum of 4” (10 cm) between the equipment and any surrounding walls. The surrounding walls must be made of noncombustible materials. The equipment must be installed in accordance with local fire and building regulations. 1. Place the equipment on a flat stable surface. 2. Plug the equipment into a properly grounded electrical supply matching the nameplate rating. Damage to the equipment can occur if incorrect power is supplied to equipment. Note: Using a voltage other than the nameplate rated voltage will cause damage to the unit. Incorrect voltage, modification to the power cord or electrical components can damage unit and will void the warranty. DROP-IN (40842, 40843 AND 40844 ONLY) 1. Choose a flat, level countertop for the mounting surface. 2. Measure the area for the cutout. There must be a minimum of 4” (10 cm) counter width around the cut out to properly support the equipment and proper air circulation. See the illustration below. CC C A C B Figure 1. Cutout Dimensions (40842, 40843 and 40844 only).
Item # A B C (minimum counter width) 40842 34” (86.3 cm) 19” (48.2 cm) 4” (10 cm) 40843 45” (114.3 cm) 19” (48.2 cm) 4” (10 cm) 40844 58” (147.3 cm) 19” (48.2 cm) 4” (10 cm) FEATURES AND CONTROLSG C H DDD set ❄E F DB A I Figure 2. Refrigerated Display Cabinet Switch and Panel . A MAIN POWER SWITCH. Illuminated switch turns the power ON or OFF to the equipment. B LIGHT SWITCH. Switches the lights ON or OFF. C MULTI-FUNCTION BUTTON. Depending on the mode this button turns the power ON or OFF to the controller or increases the temperature. D MULTI-FUNCTION BUTTON. Depending on the mode this button activates the defrost function or decreases the temperature. E SET BUTTON. Switches the temperature setting mode ON or OFF. F NUMBER DISPLAY. Displays the current temperature or the temperature being programed. G COMPRESSOR CYCLE LIGHT. Illuminates steadily when the compressor is running. Flashes when the compressor is in the delay cycle, this lasts for about two minutes and is a normal part of compressor cycling. H DEFROST LIGHT. Flashes when the equipment is in the defrost mode. I GLASS DEFROST SWITCH (some models). Switches the glass defrost ON or OFF. COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT OPERATION WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard. Keep water and other liquids from entering the inside of the equipment. Liquid inside the equipment could cause an electrical shock. Do not spray water or cleaning products. Liquid could contact the electrical components and cause a short circuit or an electrical shock. Do not use equipment if power cord is damaged or has been modified Before using this equipment clean as described in the CLEANING section of this document. Before placing food product into this equipment operate to desired temperature. Food must be prepared and placed in display cabinets at proper serving temperatures. This equipment is not intended or designed to cool or chill food. Regularly check the food temperature. NOTE: Monitor food temperature closely for food safety. The United States Public Health Service recommends that cold food be held at a maximum of 41 oF (5 oC) to help prevent bacteria growth. 1. Switch the main power switch (A) to the ON position. See Figure 2. 2. Switch the light switch (B) to the ON position if desired. To switch the controller ON or OFF: 1. To turn the controller to the OFF mode, press the multi-function button (C) for three (3) seconds. When the number display (F) flashes “OFF”, the controller is in the OFF mode and will not refrigerate. The unit may be used as for ambient display. 2. To turn the controller to the ON mode, press the multi-function button (C) for three (3) seconds. When the number display (F) is showing temperature numbers, the controller is in the ON mode and will refrigerate. To set the temperature: 1. Press the set button (E) for two (2) seconds. The controller is now switched ON. The number display (F) flashes the programmed temperature. 2. To adjust the temperature, press the multi-function button (C) to increase the temperature, or press the multi-function button (D) to decrease the temperature. 3. Press the set button (E). The number display (F) is constant, showing the current temperature. 4. The unit will now operate to the set temperatures. Glass defrost function (some models): 1. Switch the glass defrost switch (J) to the ON position for as long as is needed to defrost the glass. Switch the glass defrost switch (J) to the OFF position. Unit Defrost function: 1. Press the multi-function button (D) for three (3) seconds. The defrost cycle will begin and the defrost light (H) will flash. The defrost cycle takes approximately 2 hours. 2. To manually stop, press the multi-function button (D) for three (3) seconds. The defrost cycle will end. 3 OPERATOR’S MANUAL
COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT 4 OPERATOR’S MANUAL CLEANING To maintain the appearance and increase the service life, clean your equipment daily. NOTE: Do not use cleaning products containing aggressive chemicals, acids, or that contain chlorine. WARNING Electrical Shock Hazard. Keep water and other liquids from entering the inside of the equipment. Liquid inside the equipment could cause an electrical shock. Do not spray water or cleaning products. Liquid could contact the electrical components and cause a short circuit or an electrical shock. Do not use equipment if power cord is damaged or has been modified NOTE: Do not immerse the cord, plug or equipment in water or any other liquid. Do not use a hose to clean this equipment. 1. Unplug the equipment. 2. Using a damp cloth, sponge dipped in soapy water to clean the equipment. 3. Completely dry the equipment. 4. Periodical remove the rear panel and clean the coil fins with a stiff brush. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE Have condenser coils, evaporator and fans cleaned by qualified personal twice a year or as necessary TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Problem It might be caused by Course of Action No power to unit. Faulty outlet. Have outlet replaced by qualified personal. Circuit breaker tripped. Reset the circuit breaker. Compressor does not run. Compressor in “delay” cycle. Wait two minutes for compressor to run. Faulty controller. Faulty compressor. Have unit serviced by qualified personal. Faulty compressor starter or capacitor. Compressor runs temperature inside too warm. Ambient temperature too high. Ensure lower ambient temperature. Excessive ice/frost build up on evaporator. Use manual defrost function. Faulty controller. Dirty or faulty condenser fan. Have unit serviced by qualified personal. Dirty or faulty evaporator fan. SERVICE AND REPAIR There are no user serviceable parts within this appliance. To avoid serious injury or damage, never attempt to repair the equipment or replace a damaged power cord yourself. Do not send equipment directly to the Vollrath Company. Please contact the qualified professional repair service listed below. VOLLRATH Technical Service • 1-800-628-0832 COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT ELECTRICAL DRAWING - REFRIGERATED DISPLAY CASE OPERATOR’S MANUAL 5
COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT 6 OPERATOR’S MANUAL ELECTRICAL DRAWING - REFRIGERATED DISPLAY CASE COUNTERTOP COOKING EQUIPMENT WARRANTY STATEMENT FOR THE VOLLRATH CO. L.L.C. The provided Vollrath below. Company The warranty LLC warrants runs 12 the months products from it the manufactures date of original and distributes installation. against (End user defects receipt) in materials and workmanship for a period of one year, except as specifically 1. 2. Refrigeration Replacement compressors parts – The warranty – The warranty period is period 90 days. is 5 years. All the products following, in have the Jacob’s a lifetime Pridewarranty: ® collection, including 3. Fry pans and coated cookware – The warranty period is 90 days 4. EverTiteTM only, forever. Riveting System – The warranty covers loose rivets 5. Cayenne® additional 1 Heat year Strips period – on The heating warranty element period parts is 1 only. year plus an 6. Ultra and Professional Induction Ranges – The warranty period 7. is Mirage 2 years. and Commercial Induction ranges - The warranty period 8. is ServeWell® 1 year. Induction Workstations – The warranty period is one 9. year Slicers on – the The workstation warranty period table and is 10 2 years years on on gears induction and hobs. 5 years • • • • • • • • • • on belts. 10. 11. Mixers Extended – The warranties warranty are period available is 2 years. at the time of sale. 12. 13. Boxer Vollrath Mixers – Redco – 1 products Year exchange – The warranty Warranty. period is 2 years. 14. Optio / Arkadia product lines – The warranty period is 90 days. 15. All the non-stick non stick products surfaces. (i.e. fry pans and surfaces) are 90 days for 7 NSF NSF NSF Ergonomic NSF Heavy One-Piece Heavy-Duty Nylon One-Piece TributeCookware* Certified Certified Certified Certified Handle ®duty , IntrigueTongs* Skimmers Handle Turners One-Piece One-Piece SpoodleHeavy-Duty Heavy-Duty Whips ®, and with ® Classic Ladles* Utensils Ergonomic Dishers Spoons Basting SelectSpoons with handle ® *Jacob’s non stick Pridecoatings ® warranty and does silicone not cover handles. Kool-Touch®, Items sold having no warranty: • • • • • • • Meat Light Hot Oven Oven Hot Glass Calibration Slicer prep) Food Food Bulbs Grinder – Door Door / Dicer Redco Merchandiser Merchandisers and Seals Glass in blades Knives Convection and set Vollrath up (table of gas / Ovens and Display Case top equipment food THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE As defective The Vollrath product Company or part without LLC’s only charge, responsibility except as and otherwise the purchaser’s provided below: only remedy, for any breach of warranty, The Vollrath Company LLC will repair or, at its option, replace the • • • • • • • • For or To installed) warranty and No when materials No No Technician Warranty warranty No No replacement obtain remedy remedy remedy remedy remedy refrigeration sizes required, repairs. claim weighing work warranty or of will will will will will workmanship. product) must procedures. be be be be be neglect, part compressors If available available available available available service, less a only; be Vollrath authorized than improper and the At for for for for under 110 Technician the and the buyer products slicers mixers product lbs. use, buyer buyer’s any the in or will second located will cannot be be responsible year responsible outside be of contacted the of to warranty a for return 50-mile check all labor to on The radius the Cayenne® charges website Vollrath of a certified incurred Company for Heat service Strips technician in performing LLC contact and any mixers, designated points. product the The repair (Please (other Vollrath by or The than replacement. refer Vollrath Company gas to the equipment Company Product LLC will Catalogue that LLC provide is to permanently perform the for repaired weights where installation damaged that request, have blade by or been The has changing operation Vollrath not damaged been gears contrary Company sharpened by while accident, to unit LLC installation (Refer is will carelessness, running repair to and owner’s or and operating overloading, or improper manual replace instructions for installation, such in sharpening either products or case other lack instructions) as at of causes a determined proper reasonable not setup arising by cost. or a Vollrath supervision out of defects Certified in advance by The Vollrath Company LLC. See the operating and safety instructions for each product for detailed warranty returned not and registered found to be as acceptable required below. to the product specification. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: THE VOLLRATH COMPANY LLC SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER BASED UPON NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT, BREACH OF WARRANTY, OR ANY OTHER THEORY. OPERATOR’S MANUAL WARRANTY PROCEDURE On all warranty calls, the following process and information is required: • All warranty claims will start with a call to Vollrath Technical Service support line.(800-628-0832). • A technical support professional will work to diagnose the issues, and provide the details for the service solution. • Name and phone number of person calling • Business name, street address, city, state and zip • Model and serial number • Date of purchase and proof of purchase (Receipt) • Name of dealer where unit was purchased NOTE: Vollrath will not accept products sent without the proper procedure being followed. Important: TO MAKE A CLAIM FOR ANY REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY, YOU MUST REGISTER YOUR WARRANTY. REGISTER TODAY ONLINE: Register your warranty on-line now at http://www.Vollrathco.com NO WEB ACCESS: If you do not have access to the web, kindly register by completing the warranty registration form and faxing it to The Vollrath Co. LLC office in the country of purchase. WARRANTY REGISTRATION BUSINESS NAME KEY CONTACT NAME EMAIL STREET ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE COUNTRY PHONE FAX MODEL ITEM NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER - - OPERATION TYPE □ Limited Service Restaurant □ Full Service Restaurant □ Bars and Taverns □ Supermarket □ Convenience Store □ Recreation □ Hotel/Lodging □ Airlines □ Business/Industry □ Primary/Secondary School □ Colleges/University □ Hospitals □ Long-Term Care □ Senior Living □ Military □ Corrections REASON FOR SELECTING OUR PRODUCT □ Appearance □ Full Service Restaurant □ Availability □ Sellers Recommendation □ Ease of Operation □ Versatility of Use □ Price □ Brand WOULD YOU LIKE TO RECEIVE OUR FULL-LINE CATALOG AND REMAIN ON OUR MAILING LIST? □ Yes □ No
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