Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual

Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual & troubleshooting

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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
for all Hydrocarbon
STF School Milk Cooler Models

Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 2SEE BACK COVER FOR WARRANTY REGISTRATION

809-189A REV B 10/29/2020
3779 CHAMPION BLVD, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27105
Phone: (888) 845-9800 | Fax: (800) 253-5168 | Web: beverage-air.com

WELCOME
Congratulations on your purchase of Beverage-Air foodservice equipment. Every employee welcomes you to the family of satisfied Beverage-Air customers. From the earliest stages of product design, to focused steps in fabrication and assembly, rigid standards of quality are maintained by our staff of skilled employees. Beverage-Air strives to supply superior products through strict quality control guidelines exceeding industry standards, this means that each unit, given the proper maintenance will provide years of trouble-free experience to its owner.

Important Information

  • PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING, IF RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES ARE NOT FOLLOWED, WARRANTY CLAIMS MAY BE DENIED.
  • Your warranty registration information is located with this manual. Please complete the card and submit it to Beverage-Air within TEN days of installation. Failure to properly register equipment may limit or void the warranty. Contents Additionally, Beverage-Air foodservice equipment has one of the best warranties in the foodservice industry and is backed by a professional staff of service technicians across the country. We thank you for your choice and confidence in BeverageAir Equipment. For part inquiries or orders please call our Technical Service Department at (800) 684-1199. 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST.
  • Beverage-Air reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements, additions, or replacements for previously purchased equipment.

SAFETY

This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance

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Use: When using this unit, please:

  • Move it carefully. If on casters be sure the casters do NOT run over the power cord.
  • Lock the casters when in use.
  • Seek help. This machine is heavy! Be sure to move with enough help to avoid tipping or dropping the cabinet.
  • Prevent children from playing in or on the cabinet.
    Persons unable to use this product must be prevented access.
  • Follow all instructions. There are many safety labels and directions on the unit. Heed them.
  • Watch your fingers. There may be pinch points near the door hinges.

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Maintenance
Do NOT:

  • Clean a frozen evaporator with a sharp object
  • Clean a dirty condenser with a sharp object.
  • Store gasoline, kerosene or any other flammable material near the cabinet.

Do ALWAYS

  • Use a Beverage-Air recommended technician certified to repair R290 equipment.
  • Use ONLY Beverage-Air factory service parts. The use of non-OEM parts can be dangerous because of the design changes needed to safely use R290.

Important Information to Add
Record the model number, serial number and the date of the installation here for future reference. The model and serial numbers are on the unit’s serial number dataplate, which is located on the left inside wall.

Model Number
Serial Number
Date of Installation
Purchased From

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Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 6 WARNING

Observe the Caution and Warning notices. They are indicators of important safety information. Keep this manual for future reference.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

This unit is intended to be used in a commercial application. That includes schools and cafeterias.
If installed in a residence some commercial service companies may not be able to service it on site.
The manufacturer has designed and produced this machine with the finest in materials. The manufacturer assumes no liability for units that have been altered in any way. Alterations or part substitutions will void the warranty.
Limitations

The machine is designed for use indoors in a controlled environment. It must be kept dry, not overheated or subjected to excessive cold. May only be connected to a dedicated electrical circuit. Extension cords are not permitted.
Minimum Maximum
Voltage 104 127
Room Air Temp 60º F 100º F

Air Flow

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Agency Approvals
These marks appear on the dataplate or serial tag, located in inside of the left wall. The dataplate also contains the model and serial numbers as well as electrical requirements.

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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Model Cabinet Dimensions
w x d x h (Inches)
Glass
or Solid
Door
Full
Load
Amps
Power Cord
Plug (NEMA)
Refrigerant Type
/ Charge g /
Charge oz
STF49HC 47 x 34 x 47 3/4 Solid 3. 5-15 P R-290 / 70 / 2.5
STF58HC 58 x 34 x 47 3/4 Solid 3. R-290 / 90 / 3.2

Height includes casters

  • All models will maintain product temperature between 35.5 and 40.5 degrees F. at the factory setting of 38.0F.
  • All models are 115 volts, 60 Hz AC.
  • ALWAYS REFERENCE YOUR EQUIPMENT DATA PLATE AMPS, REFRIGERANT AND REFRIGERANT CHARGE FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE AND ACCURATE VALUES.
  • There are no access valves on the refrigeration system.

CLEARANCE AND PLACEMENT

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Placement
Consider the following when selecting a location for your Refrigerator:
Clearance:

  • Must not be covered – Top
  • 0″ – Left
  • 0″ – Right
  • 0″ – Rear
  • 5 3/8″ – Below

Floor Load: The floor on which the Refrigerator is located must be even and level, free from vibrations, and strong enough to support the combined weights of the unit and maximum product load.
Ventilation: Grille area at front must be free and clear of any object or wall.
Power Outlet: The installation of this appliance requires a dedicated power outlet located within the length of the unit’s power cord and be accessible for the purpose to disconnect power.

UNPACKING AND SET UP

Carefully inspect the shipping carton for damage. This is the only time that shipping damage may be claimed. If damage is suspected, open the carton immediately and, if there is damage, retain the carton and contact the shipper to make a claim.
Do NOT contact the manufacturer.

Uncrating

Tools Needed: ¾” box wrench, adjustable wrench, level, flat head screw driver, and box cutter.

  1. First, remove the cardboard top capping, all clear tape, and all staples including those at the bottom of the cardboard carton and skid.
  2. Next, start from the top of the carton. Using the box cutter, carefully make one continuous cut to the bottom of the skid. Remove cardboard carton and discard.
  3. Then, move unit as close to final position as possible before removing the skid.
  4.  Move unit as close to final position as possible before removing the skid.

Note: The skid must be removed before the casters or legs can be attached.
Do NOT tip unit on its front or sides. If tipped onto the back, unit must not be started for 3 hours.

Leveling:
Cabinet must be installed on a level surface. Failure to install on a level surface may result in the door not sealing or not remaining in position correctly, or during defrost maintenance, condensed water not draining properly. Install or attach any accessories that will be used Remove any plastic covering the stainless steel.
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Do NOT loosen casters to level the cabinet. Casters MUST be tightly secured to cabinet for full strength.

ELECTRICAL

This is a cord-connected unit, and must be connected to its own dedicated power supply. Check the dataplate on the machine to confirm the voltage and per the dataplate use the correct fuses or HACR circuit breakers.
Note: Do not connect to GFI / GFCI outlets. Connection to that type of outlet can result in product loss due to unsafe cabinet temperature when GFI device trips from moisture.
Power Cord
This 115 volt model is equipped with a cord and 5-15P plug.
If the power cord becomes damaged, it must be replaced with the identical cord.
Follow All National and Local Codes This Unit Must Be Grounded. Do not use extension cords and do not disable or by-pass ground prong on electrical plug.
Initial Start Up 
Plug the power cord into the proper power supply.
The cabinet will soon begin to blow warm air out of the bottom area, and the inside wall of the cabinet will begin to become cold.
The cabinet temperature has been set at the factory and should not need adjustment, however if it was changed, the standard setting is 38º F.
Cautions 
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USING THE UNIT

Operation is simple, just keep it connected to the correct power supply and the refrigerator will maintain the internal temperature it has been set to. Keep the doors and / or drawers closed as much as possible to avoid unnecessary run time.
The controller displays the current internal temperature.
Adjusting the set temperature lower will NOT cause the system to lower the temperature faster. When on, the refrigeration system is always operating at maximum
. The temperature was set at the factory at 38 º F, but you can adjust it to your own selected temperature. 30 seconds after adjustment, the display automatically reverts to showing the current temperature.
For best results, make certain the unit remains powered  and has achieved the desired set point before loading it with product.  Pull down time will vary depending upon the type of unit and ambient conditions.  Freshly cooked product, or otherwise warm product placed into the appliance will also increase the pull down time significantly since this model is designed for storage and not for rapid pull down.
STF units defrost automatically as needed, there is no set time for defrost. Push and immediately release the melting or defrost button to start a manual defrost.
The compressor and condenser fan motor will only be on when the controller senses an increase in internal cabinet temperature passed the set point
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In most cases the only thing displayed will be the cabinet temperature. When something other than normal operation has occurred, a message will be shown.

Message Displayed Why What to do
Hi Cabinet temperature too warm Confirm doors or drawers are closed.
dOr Door is open Close door, if message does not change, call for service.
LEA Compressor run time too long Check doors closed. If yes, call for service.
E01, E02, E03, E04 Sensor unplugged or has failed Call for service.

SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS REFRIGERATOR

The refrigerator operates based on the air temperature measured by the probe located at the return air.

ON OFF
COMPONENT OPERATION CONTROLLER ACTION OPERATION CONTROLLER ACTION
COMPRESSOR Compressor turns on when the air temperature at the probe is above the sum of the set point +2 The Compressor Contact is energized Compressor turns
off when the air temperature at probe is equal to or less than the set point -2
The Compressor Contact is de-
energized
(ERC 112 – Terminal #1) (ERC 112 – Terminal #1)
CONDENSER FAN The Condenser Fan turns on when
the Compressor is running
The Condenser Fan is wired directly to the Compressor, not through the controller The Condenser Fan turns off when the Compressor is not running The Condenser Fan is wired directly to the Compressor, not through the controller
EVAPORATOR FAN The Evaporator Fan runs continuously in refrigerators. When the unit is plugged in, the Evaporator Fan will run. i The evaporator Fan is connected directly to incoming power, not through the controller The Evaporator Fan
runs continuously in refrigerators. When the unit is plugged in, the Evaporator Fan will ru
The evaporator Fan is connected directly to
.
incoming power, not through the controller.

 

Condition Compressor Condenser Fan Evaporator Fan
Cabinet Temp > Set point + 2 ON ON ON
Cabinet Temperature <= Set point – 2 OFF OFF ON

Electronic Controller

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Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 14 Defrost LED Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 15 Alarm LED
On fixed: Defrost active On fixed: ALARM Present
Off: Defrost is off Flashing: ALARM Silenced
Off: No Alarm
Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 16 Fan LED Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 17 Compressor LED
On fixed: Fan active On fixed: Compressor active
Off: Fan Off Flashing: Delay, protection or activation blocked
Off: No Alarm

NOTE: When switched on, the instrument panel performs a lamp test for a few seconds.

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UP
Quick press and release
• Increases Set Point
Long press and release
• Increases display brightness
DOWN
Quick press and release
• Decreases Set Point
Long press and release
• Decreases display brightness
DEFROST (ESC)
Quick press and release
• Activates manual defrost
Long press and release
• Controller enter stand-by mode
SET (ENTER)
Quick press and release
• Toggles lights on/off
Long press and release
• Toggles display °F/°C

Note: When the controller is in a Standby Mode, a blue dot will be displayed as shown here. To switch out of Standby Mode, push and hold the Defrost button until the display reads ON. Beverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 22

Control Panel Connections

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Changing the Set point

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Electronic Controller Alarms

Alarm Code Trigger Automatic Clearance Outputs Comments
“Hi” Air temperature is higher than “ALA->Hat• for “ALA->Htd” User configured BI ink “Hi” with the highest temperature: If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer High temperature alarm
“Lo” Air temperature is lower than “LAt” for “Ltd” User configured Blink “Lo” with the lowest temperatu re. If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer Low temperature alarm
“Con” Condenser temperature is too high or too low User configured Blink “Con”. If configured: cut in alarm relay. beep the buzzer Condenser alarm
“dor” Door open for more than Always Blink “dor”. If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer Door open alarm
“uHi” Line voltage is higher than “Cop- >uHi” Always Blink “uHi”. If configu red: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer High voltage alarm
“uLi” Line voltage is higher than “Cop- >uLi” Always Blink “ulo”. If configured: cut in alarm relay. beep the buzzer. Low voltage alarm
“LEK Compressor cont inuous running for more than “ALA->LEK Always Blink “LEA”. If configured: cut in alarm relay. beep the buzzer Leakage alarm
“Eor “Si” error Always Blink “SOI”. If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer “Si” sensor failure (short or open)
“E02” “Si” error Always Blink “S02”. If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the-52″ buzzer sensor failure (short or open)
“DDT “Si” error Always Blink “S03 “. If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer -53″ sensor failure (short or open)
“E04” “Si” error Always Blink “SO4 “. If configured: cut in alarm relay, beep the buzzer ‘S4″ sensor failure (short or open)

The alarm condition is always signaled by the alarm iconBeverage-Air STF School Milk Cooler Instruction Manual  & troubleshooting 25 . To turn off the relative icon will continue flashing.
NOTE: If alarm exclusion times are in progress (ALA folder of the parameter table), the alarm is not signaled.
How to Acknowledge Alarms

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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

Cleaning Schedule:
Cabinet
Daily wipe down
Weekly interior
Condenser coil
Quarterly cleaning
Gaskets
Daily inspection
Routine maintenance
Annually

Daily Exterior Cleaning
It is much easier to clean on a regular basis than to have to remove stains once they have built up.

  1. Wash with a clean sponge and a mild detergent that does not contain chlorine.
  2. Rinse with clean water.
  3. Dry with a soft cloth.
  4. Polish with a soft cloth, wiping with the grain.
  5. Wipe weekly with stainless steel cleaner.

Weekly Interior Cleaning

  1. Remove all food, food related items. Store the food at a safe temperature.
  2. Disconnect power to the unit (unplug it or switch the breaker off).
  3. Remove all loose food particles from the inside walls, floor, door liner and ceiling.
  4. Scrub all interior surfaces and door gaskets with a warm (100oF to 110oF) detergent solution and a soft scrub brush.
  5. Rinse with clean water and allow to air dry.
  6. Restore power.
  7. Return food to the unit when it has reached a safe temperature.

CONDENSER CLEANING

Keeping the condenser coil clean is critical to efficient operation.

  1. Unplug unit from power supply.
    Rotating fan blade can cause personal injury.
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  2. Remove the Phillips head screws on the left and right of the rear panel
  3. Pull the panel away from the unit.
  4. Brush off the surface of the condenser fins. Do NOT bend the fins.
  5. Vacuum the surface of the condenser fins.
  6. To reinstall the rear panel line up the screw holes and reinstall the Philips head screws.

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Note: If the coil is greasy, the coil will need to be cleaned with coil cleaner and that should be left to an experienced technician.
Note: Air filters are not recommended as they restrict the flow of cooling air.

METHODS FOR CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL

Cleaning Needed Cleaning Agent Method of Application Affect on Finish
Smears and fingerprints Areal 20, Lac-O-Nu, Lumin Wash  O’Cedar Cream Polish, Stainless
Shine.
Rub with cloth as directed
on the package.
finishes.
Satisfactory for use on all
Provides barrier film to minimize prints.
Stubborn Spots and Stains, Baked-On Splatter, and Other Light Discolorations Allchem Concentrated Cleaner. Apply with damp sponge or cloth.
Rub with damp cloth.
Use in direction of polish lines on No. 4 (polished) finish. May scratch No.
2 (mill) and Nos. 7 and 8 (polished) finishes.
Samae, Twinkle or Cameo Copper Cleaner Rub with damp cloth.
Grade FFF Italian pumice, whiting, or talc. Rub with dry cloth.
Liquid NuSteel
Paste NuSteel or DuBois Temp. Copper’s Stainless Steel Cleaner Revere Stainless Cleaner Household cleansers, such as Old Dutch, Lighthouse, Sunbrite, Wyandotte, Bab-0, Gold Dust, Sapolio, Bon Ami, Ajax, or Comet Grade F Italian Pumice, Steel Bright, Lumin Cleaner, Zud, Restore, Sta-Clean, or Highlite. Penny-Brite or Copper-Brite.
Use small amount of cleaner. Rub with dry cloth using a small amount of cleaner. Apply with damp sponge or cloth.
Rub with a damp cloth. May contain chlorine bleaches. Rinse
thoroughly after use.
Rub with a damp cloth.
Rub with a dry cloth using a small amount of cleaner.
Heat tint or discoloration Penny-Brite or Copper-Brite. Past NuSteel, DuBois Temp,
or Tarnite. Revere Stainless Steel Cleaner. Allen Polish, Steel Bright, Tenacious Deposits,
Rusty Discolorations,
Industrial
Atmospheric Stains Wyandotte, Bab-0 or Zud.
Rub with a dry cloth.
Rub with a dry cloth or stain-less steel wool.
Apply with damp sponge or cloth.
Rub with a damp cloth.
Burnt-On Foods and Grease Fatty Acids, Milkstone (where swabbing or rubbing is not practical) Easy-Off, De-Grease-It, 4 to 6% hot solution of such agents as trisodium phosphate or sodium

tripolyphosphate or 5 to 15% caustic soda solution

Apply generous coating. Allow to stand for 10-15 minutes. Rinse.
Repeated application may be necessary.
Excellent removal, satisfactory for use on all finishes.
Tenacious Deposits, Rusty Discoloration, Industrial

Atmospheric Stains

Oakite No. 33, Dilac Texo 12, Texo NY, Flash-Klenz, Caddy Cleaner,

Turco Scale 4368 or Permag 57.

Oakite Swab and soak with clean cloth. Let stand 15 minutes or more according to directions on package, then rinse and dry. Satisfactory for use on all
finishes
Hard Water Spots and Scale Vinegar.
5% oxalic acid, 5% sulfamic acid, 5 to 10% phosphoric acid, or Dilac, Oakite No. 33, Texo 12, Texo N.Y.
Swab or wipe with cloth. Rinse with water and dry.
Swab or soak with cloth. Let stand 10-15 minutes. Always follow with neutralizer rinse, and dry.
Satisfactory for all finishes. Satisfactory for all finishes. Effective on tenacious deposits or where scale has built up.

HELP

Trouble Diagnosis for the User
Malfunction Possible Cause Likely Solution
No cooling – unit is silent Unit not plugged in.
Fuse or circuit breaker tripped. Power cord plug loose in outlet.
Connect to proper voltage circuit Replace fuse or reset breaker.
Check outlet for loose connection, replace as needed
Unit cools but seems to be on all the time Dirty condenser Clean condenser
Space temperature too high Dirty condenser
Evaporator iced over Unit in high temperature environment
Clean condenser Defrost unit Reduce temperature of room
Space temperature too low Temperature control Adjust or replace control
Trouble Diagnosis for the Technician
No cooling – compressor does not hum Temp control stuck in open position Replace temp control.
No cooling – compressor hums but does not start Low voltage to unit.
Compressor starting system failure
Check voltage, correct as needed. Check start relay and start capacitor. See next step.
No cooling – compressor starts but shuts off Compressor start relay failure Compressor start capacitor failure Replace relay. Replace capacitor.
No cooling – compressor cycles on and off Overheating weak overload Clean condenser, check fan motor and blade. Check refrigerant charge. Replace overload.
Unit cools but turns on and off frequently No product in cabinet. Temperature control defective Refrigeration issue Fill cabinet Replace control Have system checked
Makes excessive noise Tubing rattle Loose parts
Bent or broken fan blade Noisy fan motor
Check tubing for routing Check for loose components Replace fan blade
Replace fan motor

FOR THE SERVICE TECH – R290

Refrigeration service should only be attempted by a trained trade professional certified to work on R290 systems.
Here are some critical service items.
This list does not qualify anyone to service the unit. It is a reminder and checklist for the service tech. Keep these in mind for R290 service:

  • Wire nuts are NOT to be used when changing an electrical part.
  • The switches in this product are sealed, only exact replacements may be used.
  • The process tubes are to be used for service access.
  • Cut out (with tubing cutter) refrigeration components that are to be replaced. Do NOT un-braze.
  • Because R290 can be vented into the air during service, the venting MUST be in an area free from flame or spark. It must also be in a well ventilated area, with a nearby open window or door.
  • A sign noting service of a system containing propane must be attached to the unit during refrigeration service.
  • A combustible gas leak detector must be used to inform anyone in the area when propane is present in the air.

Other Information:
Evacuation: It is critical that a refrigeration system be leak free and internally dry. A thorough evacuation with a good vacuum pump with a micron gauge attached is the only way to ensure that the system is dry and ready for a charge of refrigerant.
Charging: The system is critically charged and the proper type and amount MUST be weighed in.
Overcharge symptoms: Unit will cool properly but the suction line temperature will be unusually cold. Compressor run time will be longer than normal.
Undercharge symptoms: Long run time, poor cooling and a hot compressor dome are the main  symptoms of an  undercharge.

FOR THE SERVICE TECH – WIRING DIAGRAM

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LIMITED WARRANTY

WARRANTY (Warranty valid in USA and Canada)
THREE (3) YEAR PARTS AND LABOR WARRANTY:
Beverage-Air Corporation warrants to the original purchaser of Beverage-Air branded equipment, including all parts thereof, that such equipment is free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use, proper maintenance, and service as indicated by Beverage-Air installation and operation instructions, for a period of three (3) years from the date of installation, or thirty-nine (39) Months from the date of shipment from the manufacturer, whichever is earlier.
ADDITIONAL FOUR (4) YEAR COMPRESSOR PART WARRANTY*:
In addition to the warranty set forth above, Beverage-Air warrants the hermetically/semi-hermetically sealed compressor (part only) for an additional FOUR (4) years beyond the first three (3) years warranty period; not to exceed eighty-seven (87) months  from the date of shipment from Beverage-Air, provided upon receipt of the compressor, manufacturer examination shows the sealed compressor to be defective. This extended warranty does not cover freight for the replacement compressor or freight for the return of the failed compressor.
* Units shipped after 03/01/2020. Previous warranty applies to units shipped prior.
EXCEPTIONS:
CT96 Models carry a one (1) year parts and labor warranty, limited to fifteen (15) months from date of shipment from Beverage-Air. These are excluded from additional compressor warranty.
SR/SF (Slate) models carry a two (2) year parts and labor warranty, limited to twenty-seven (27) months from date of shipment from the Beverage-Air.
Blast Chillers carry a three (3) year parts and labor warranty; additional two (2) years compressor part only. Units installed in Residential applications will be not covered under this warranty. Units are intended for Commercial use only.
BEVERAGE-AIR
Also, this extended compressor-part only warranty does NOT apply to any electrical controls, condenser, evaporator, fan motors, overload switch, starting relay, capacitors, temperature control, filter/drier, accumulator, refrigeration tubing, wiring harness, labor charges, or supplies which are covered by the warranty above.
Normal wear type parts, such as light bulbs/lamps and gaskets are not covered by this warranty. For the purpose of this warranty, the original purchaser shall be deemed to mean the individual or company for who the product was originally installed.
Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repairing or replacing, including labor, any part of such product, which proves thus defective. Beverage-Air reserves the right to examine any product claimed to be defective.
The labor warranty shall be for self-contained units only and for standard straight time, which is defined as normal service rate time, for service performed during normal working hours. Any service requested outside of a servicer’s normal working hours  will be covered under this warranty at the normal rate and any additional overtime rate will be at the responsibility of the equipment purchaser.
Any part or accessory determined to be defective in the product should be returned to the company within thirty (30) days under the terms of this warranty and must be accompanied by a record of the cabinet model, serial number, and identified with a return material authorization number (RMA#) issued by the manufacturer.
Special installation/applications, including remote locations, are limited in coverage by this warranty. Any installation that requires extra work, and/or travel, to gain access to the unit for service is the sole responsibility of the equipment purchaser.
Improper operation resulting from factors, including but not limited to, improper or negligent cleaning and maintenance, low voltage conditions, inadequate wiring, outdoor use (unless otherwise specified) and accidental damage are no manufacturing  defects and are strictly the responsibility of the purchaser.
With the exception of Blast Chillers product is designed for maintaining temperature and not bringing food to a desired temperature therefore cannot be held responsible for this function under warranty.
Units must be in a conditioned environment or warranty will be void.
Condensing coils must be cleaned at regular intervals.
Failure to do so can cause compressor malfunction and will void warranty. Although cleaning requirements vary in accordance with operation of various products, BeverageAir recommends a minimum monthly cleaning.
NO CLAIMS CAN BE MADE AGAINST THIS WARRANTY
FOR SPOILAGE OF FOOD. PRODUCTS, LOSS OF SALES OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS,  IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WHICH ARE HERBY DISCLAIMED, ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON OUR PART, AND WE NEITHER ASSUME, NOR AUTHORIZE ANY OTHER PERSON TO ASSUME FOR US, ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF SAID  REFRIGERATION UNITS OR ANY PARTS THERE OF.
This warranty shall not be assignable and shall be honored only in so far as the original purchaser. This warranty does not apply outside the limits of the United States of America and Canada, nor does it apply to any part that has been subject to misuse, neglect alteration, accident, or to any damage caused by transportation, flood, fire, acts of terrorism, or acts of God.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
Beverage-Air Corporation or their affiliates shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages, or losses of a commercial nature arising out of malfunction equipment or its parts components thereof, as a result of defects in material or workmanship.
THE ORIGINAL OWNER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND BEVERAGE-AIR’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE  IABILITY SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS OR COMPONENTS CONTAINED IN THE EQUIPMENT IDENTIFIED ABOVE WHICH UNDER NORMAL USE AND SERVICE MALFUNCTION AS A RESULT OF DEFECTS IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP, SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE PROVISIONS AND LIMITATIONS STATED ABOVE.

Warranty Registration
Register your product online at beverage-air.com/parts-service or fill out and mail the form below.
Cabinet Model Number: _____________________________________________ Date Of Installation: _________________
Cabinet Serial Number: _____________________________________________
Location Of Product
Business Name: ____________________________________________________
Business Street: ____________________________________________________
Business City: ____________________________________ State: _________ Postal Code:___________
Mail to: Beverage-Air, 3779 Champion Blvd, Winston-Salem, NC 27105
Rev. 10/20

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