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|ziong||11:05am on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
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|dave9t5||7:31pm on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|Great picture quality, still looks great 2 years later Bought the Samsung Syncmaster 245BW in 2008. The flaw is really getting to me This otherwise great monitor has what I consider to be a flaw, though it is probably by design.|
|Mitch||8:04am on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010|
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|Bonnee||7:11pm on Saturday, August 14th, 2010|
|For the most part you cannot beat Samsung for a quality product. I am however disappointed with the power-up issues that started just after warranty. I have had my 245BW for quite a while now and I have been using it strictly for gaming. It works great with both my 360 (via VGA) and PS3 (via DVI).|
|thingkcp||1:54pm on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010|
|Nice monitor other than the stupid light. Good resolution, nice price. paypal $50 back was the reason I bought it, everybody goes go-go ga-ga over samsungs, should have gotten the Acer Size 22".|
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245 Refrigerator / Freezer
Adjustable refrigerator control
Interchangeable door hinge
Stationary glass shelves
Serial and model number plate
Automatic ice maker Model 245 Removable ice bucket
Stationary door shelves
Interior freezer light
Front venting with removable kickplate
Adjustable freezer control
side from the full-size units Sub-Zero offers in its Built-In and Integrated lines of refrigeration, we round out our product line-up with a line of traditional Undercounter refrigeration which meets all of the exacting standards you have grown to expect from Sub-Zero. This beautifully crafted undercounter refrigerator / freezer is a must for that special bar area in the home. It features an automatic ice maker giving your client more than enough ice for those special parties, auto defrost and Sub-Zero quality. Panels are available from Sub-Zero but the beauty of this model is really seen when you apply custom panels.
Undercounter refrigerator / freezer combination unit 24" (610) depth-true design for a complete built-in look Door accepts custom panels Smooth surface, easy-to-clean bright interior Automatic ice maker provides an ample supply of crescent-shaped ice Automatic defrost Interchangeable hinge allows door swing to be reversed in the field Front venting with removable kickplate allows unit to be serviced from the front Solid core door with magnetic gasket and door closer UL approved for US and Canada Two, five and twelve year residential warranty exclusions apply; warranty information can be found on our website, subzero.com
Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified. 11/06
Undercounter Model 245
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Model 245 Overall Width Overall Height
O P T I O N A L D O O R PA N E L S
Undercounter Refrigerator / Freezer with Automatic Ice Maker 23 7/8" (606) 34 " (864) 24" (610) 3 cu ft (85 L) 1.9 cu ft (54 L) 34 " (864) 25 13/16" (656) 115 V AC, 60 Hz, 15 amp circuit 444 kWh / $ lbs (63 kg)
Overall Depth Refrigerator Capacity Freezer Capacity Minimum Height (levelers in) Door Swing Clearance
White Enamel Steel Almond Enamel Steel Classic Stainless Steel
Hinge conversion kit
Accessories are available through your Sub-Zero dealer. To obtain local dealer information, visit the Locator section of our website, subzero.com.
Annual Energy Usage (based on 9.06 cents per kilowatt hour) Shipping Weight Special Note
Door accepts custom wood panels or panels are available as sales accessories
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Dimensions may vary by 1/8" (3). Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.
I N S TA L L AT I O N S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
WATER SUPPLY LOCATION 1/2" (13)
(610) ROUGH OPENING DEPTH
24"(610) ROUGH OPENING WIDTH
LOCATE ELECTRICAL WITHIN SHADED AREA
(876) ROUGH OPENING HEIGHT
Finished Rough Opening Width Finished Rough Opening Height Finished Rough Opening Depth Location of Electrical Location of Water Supply
24" (610) 34 1/2" (876) 24" (610) Within shaded area (front view) Within shaded area (top view)
See Installation Instructions shipped with unit for detailed specifications.
Dimensions in parentheses are in millimeters unless otherwise specified.
I N S TA L L AT I O N N OT E S
Refer to the illustrations and specifications for overall dimensions, finished rough opening dimensions and installation specifics. The Model 245 lower hinge extends out from the side of the unit in the area of the kickplate. When the unit is installed tightly against a full-depth panel or cabinet, there can be interference. Refer to the full-scale illustration on page 6. For Model 245 with automatic ice maker, rough in the water supply line. Connect a 1/4" OD copper line to the house supply, being sure to use an easily accessible shut off valve between the supply and the unit. Do not use self-piercing valves. A saddle valve kit (4200880) is available from your Sub-Zero dealer. To obtain local dealer information, visit the Locator section of our website, subzero.com. A line filter is required when water conditions have a high sediment content. The ice maker operates on water pressure of 20 psi (1.4 bar) to 100 psi (6.9 bar). In some cases a reverse osmosis water filter system may not be able to maintain the minimum water pressure consistently.
A 115 V AC, 60 Hz, 15 amp fused electrical supply is required. It is recommended that a separate circuit, serving only this appliance, be provided. All Undercounter models are equipped with a power supply cord with a 3-prong grounding plug which must be plugged into a mating 3-prong grounding type wall receptacle. Locate electrical within the shaded area shown in the illustration on page 3. You must follow all National Electrical Code regulations. In addition, be aware of local codes and ordinances when installing your service. Refer to the Undercounter Installation Instructions packed with the appliance, which provides step-by-step procedures for making sure the unit is installed properly.
F R A M E D PA N E L S
PANELS 1/4" (6) THICK OR LESS
Framed door panels must be 1/4" (6) thick around the perimeter. If the panel is thicker than 1/4" (6), an edge must be routed around the panel to ensure a proper fit. The edge must be 1/4" (6) thick and you must allow 3/8" (10) around the perimeter for the frame. Model 245 requires no handle recess. Refer to the illustrations on this page. IMPORTANT NOTE: The Model 245 lower hinge extends out from the side of the unit in the area of the kickplate. When the unit is installed tightly against a full-depth panel or cabinet, there can be interference. Refer to the full-scale illustration on pge 6. The overlay door panel design application is not available for the Model 245.
Trim reveal 1/4" (6) min
Framed door panel 1/4" (6) thick or less
IMPORTANT NOTE: The weight of the panel cannot exceed 20 lbs (9 kg).
PANELS THICKER THAN 1/4" (6)
Trim reveal 1/4" (6) min Rout to 1/4" (6) thickness
F R A M E D PA N E L D I M E N S I O N S
Door Panel Width Door Panel Height Maximum Panel Weight
23 1/2" (597) 28 1/8" (714) 20 lbs (9 kg)
Framed door panel thicker than 1/4" (6)
Framed Door Panel
MODEL 245 LOWER HINGE
WIDTH OF UNIT BOTTOM HINGE EXTENDS 1/4" (6) FROM SIDE OF UNIT UP TO 31/2" (89) FROM FLOOR DOOR
TO BACK OF UNIT
SERIAL NUMBERS 600000 THROUGH 899999
There has been some confusion in the field in determining if a unit is still under warranty, specifically with regard to the three year mechanical warranty. Please make a note that any Sub-Zero unit installed after January 1, 1987 and/or after Serial #600000 carries the warranty indicated below: A. FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY - For one year from the date of original installation, our Sub-Zero Warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any part of the product which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. FULL THREE YEAR MECHANICAL WARRANTY* - For three years from the date of original installation, our Sub-Zero Warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any mechanical component(s) that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship (i.e.: timer, motors, switches, controls, icemakers).
C. FULL FIVE YEAR SEALED SYSTEM WARRANTY - For five years from the date of original installation, our Sub-Zero Warranty covers all parts and labor to repair or replace any component that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship in the sealed system. The sealed system consists of the compressor, condenser, evaporator, dryer, and all connecting tubing. D. LIMITED 6th THROUGH 12th YEAR SEALED SYSTEM WARRANTY - From the 6th through the 12th year from the date of the original installation, our Sub-Zero Warranty covers all parts that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship in the sealed system (parts only). The sealed system consists of the compressor, condenser, evaporator, dryer, and all connecting tubing. *Since the inception of our new extended warranty, some questions have arisen regarding the specific coverage. indicated below is a brief listing for your reference of what should be covered under the second and third year of coverage. Second and Third Year Warranty: All Controls Drain Hose Drain Pan All Evaporator Fan Motors and Blades lcemaker Water Valve All Switches lcemaker Condenser Fan Motor and Blade Defrost Heaters Inlet Water Fitting Assembly Defrost Terminators Frozen Inlet Tubes (only one) Light Sockets Defrost Timer Relay and Overloads, Compressor Door Closer Cam and Spring Type Drain Tube Heater Door Hinges (broken or bent) NOTE: If there are any questions with reference to our warranties, please contact either our Customer Relations Department (1-800-356-5826) or our Warranty Claims Department (1-800-225-2459) for further assistance.
STEP 3 Loosen electrical cord. by cutting nylon shipping strap and removing center grille screw. Refer to Fig. 1. On all other models, the cord is simply located on rear of unit.
For units with automatic icemaker, refer to detail Fig. A STEP 4 ICEMAKER & PLUMBING. STEP To prevent unit from tipping forward under certain load conditions and insure a stable installation we recommend installing a block to the back wall as illustrated. We also recommend the floor under the refrigerator be at the same level as the surroundinq floor. (Figure 2) Blocking not required if units fit under soffit with clearance between top of unit and soffit of 1" or less.
STEP 6 Plug into 15 amp grounded outlet, refer to detail Fig. B ELECTRICAL for electrical requirements. Slide unit into desired position. Refer to Fig. E, SCHEMATIC DRAWING for rough opening dimensions. (Figure 3) STEP 7 Level unit:To raise, turn levelers clockwise-to lower, turn levelers counter-clockwise using an adjustable wrench or pliers. A leveling tool is provided for the rear levelers, (leveling tool not required for undercounter models. Refer to diagram (Fig. 3). ALL BUILTSTEP 8 Install Toe Plate. See diagram (Fig. 4). CAUTION: Do not block toe plate louvers with carpeting, baseboard or other materials. STEP 9 IMPORTANT: Replace center grille screw removed in step "3". STEP 10 Apply decorative front panels (and side panels, if applicable). Refer to detail Fig. C PANEL INSTALLATION. (Figure 4)
STEP 11 It is possible that doors may become out of adjustment in shipment. If doors need readjustment, please refer to detail Fig. D HINGE ADJUSTMENT. IMPORTANT: For proper operation and use, the door must open a full !%I degrees. A 2" filler should be used in corner installations to assure a 90 degree door opening. Remember to allow enough clearance in front of unit for full door swing. IMPORTANT: Minimum 1" filler recommended when 201 models installed hinge to hinge. 3-1
Figure A. ICEMAKER & PLUMBING
T h e icemaker i n y o u r Sub-Zero is fully automatic and has been factory pre-tested. T o put into operation, it requires only a connection t o t h e h o u s e w a t e r supp1.v. Typical installation: -
SOLENOID LOCATION BASEMENT OR CRAWL SPACE
HOUSE PLUMBING k VALVE D SLAB FLOOR
C o n n e c t a 1/4 copper line to the h o u s e supply, being sure to use a valve between the supply and your refrigerator. Note: Do not use alself-piercing valve. Icemaker o p e r a t e s o n w a t e r p r e s s u r e o f 20 to 100 PSI. Coil four feet of copper line for connection to the refrigerator. (Refer to Fig. E) Slip solenoid valve compression nut on coppertubing as shown in diagram and tighten. Turn on water supply valve and check fitting to solenoid. Note:A line filter is recommended when water conditions have a high mineral content.
Figure B. ELECTRICAL
A 115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp fused electrical supply is required (time delay fuse or circuit breaker is recommended.) It is recommended that a separate circuit, serving only this appliance, be provided. DO NOT use an extension cord. ELECTRICAL GROUND IS REQUIRED ON THIS APPLIANCE. This appliance is factory equipped with a power supply cord with a 3-prong grounding plug, It must be plugged into a mating 3-prong grounding type wall receptacle grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code and local codes and ordinances.
3-PRONG GROUNDING TYPE WALL RECEPTACLE_
GROUNDING PLUG izh POWER SUPPLY CORD
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY CORD GROUND PRONG.
Figure CPANEL INSTALLATION - FULL SIZE
Ail Sub-Zero units are manufactured in a matter to achieve a total built-in appearance (except free-standing models 215R and 215FD). This allows you to choose the decorative material and color application for the front and sides (if exposed) for your refrigerator/freezer. To install front panel on all Sub-Zero built-in and undercounter models: 1) With small tipped Phillips screwdriver, remove door handle. NOTE: on models 361 RFD, 3211 RFD, 2711 Freezer door and all undercounter models, the door handle also acts as trim molding. 2) Slide panel into frame on door (if snug fit, you may loosen screws in top and bottom of panel frame). If a metal or other thin material is applied, we recommend two.lOO thick chipboard fillers be inserted behind your panel to insure a proper fit. All frames are designed to accept up to1/4 material. If a raised, wood panel is being used, the edges must, of course, be routed to the necessary 1/4 border specifications. 3) With panel in position, replace frame molding and handle. Replace and tighten all screws. Special care should be taken not to over-tighten and strip screws. Please refer to Figure E SCHEMATIC DRAWING for front panel dimensions. If side panels are being utilized, please refer to detailed side panel installation instructions. (Side panels not applicable to undercounters).
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Dimensions given for typical side panel installation. Note: if l/g panel is used and inserted into return channel extrusion then a 24-1/2 size is necessary for width. Sheet must alsa be notched for grille. This is only necessary on this application.
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Ej11 rf==#== METAL SIDE PANEL
*If % panel is used and inserted into return channel extrusion, then a 24% size is necessary for width.
All Sub-Zero undercounter units are manufactured in a manner to achieve a total built-in appearance. This allows you to choose the decorative material and color application for the front of your refrigerator/freezer. To install front panel on all Sub-Zero freezer models: 1. Remove door handle. Handle is located on the top on 221M and 245 models, and on the side on other models. Handle is held on with Phillips head screws. 2. Slide 1/4 thick panel into frame on door. Door must be open 90 on 245 models. If a thinner panel is used, install chipboard filler panels behind the trim panel for proper fit. IMPORTANT: Routing may be required on some panels for finger clearance under handle. 3. With panel in position, replace handle. Replace and tighten all screws. Do not overtighten and strip screws. Refer to Figure E schematic drawing for front panel dimensions.
Figure D - HINGE ADJUSTMENT - FULL SIZE
A / Top Cabinet Hinge - No Adjustment NOTE: Two Smaller Screws Have Been Used As Shipping Screws. If Adjustment Is Necessary, Remove and Discard Both Screws and Proceed With Adjustment As Listed. Door Hinge - Can Be Adjusted From Left To Right, In and Out, by Loosening The Three Phillips Head Screws. Center Mullion Stationary Hinge - No Adjustment. Refrigerator and Freezer Mullion Hinges Adjusted Same As Refrigerator Top Hinge.
Free-Standing Bottom Freezer Door Hinge Same As Top Refrigerator Hinge.
Loosen Screws to Readjust. Can Be Adjusted By Shimming. No Top Adjustment.
Models 244 and 249: Top and Bottom hinges can be adjusted left to right, in & out, by loosening the two phillips Models 221M and 245: Hinges head screws. are factory set; no field adjustment provided for.
245 Upper Swing Chang
Models 244 and 249: Contact Sub-Zero for swing change kit. Model 245: Upper; interchange hinge, screws and corner cap on opposite side of cabi net Lower; interchange hinge and door. and screws with hole plugs on opposi.te Move closer cam, screw side of cabinet. and cam support plate to opposite side of door. DO NOT remove mating closer cam from closer hinge plate. 3-4
AUTOMATIC DEFROST SPECIFICATIONS
All freezer sections go through an automatic or timed defrost to clear the frost off the freezer evaporator coil. This defrost cycle occurs approximately every 12 hours for about 15 minutes + or - 3 minutes)m MADISON PRODUCTION - Defrost occurs every 12 hours. PHOENIX PRODUCTION - Defrost occurs every 12 hours of compressor run. The part number for the defrost timer is 3-08-105-0. The defrost terminating thermostat closes at 30 degrees Fahrenheit and opens at 55 degrees Fahrenheit. The part number for the defrost terminator is 4-32-093-0,
TEST CYCLING THE MODULAR JCEMAKER
DO NOT MANUALLY ADVANCE EJECTOR ARMS OR THE DRIVE GEAR AS IT WILL DESTROY THE MAIN ASSEMBLY
Although the icemaker looks about the same as the compact icemaker from the outside, some significant electrical design changes have been made behind the cover and in the control box area. he design of this icemaker allows all of the components to be tested without removini the icemaker. Repairs should be completed by a factory authorized service agency.
Remove the cover and you will see the test points identified on the module
N = Neutral Side of Line
M H T L V = = = = = Motor Connection Heater Connection Thermostat Connection Ll Side of Line Water Valve Connection
1. ICEMAKER PLUGGED,lNTO POWER; SHUT-OFF ARM DOWN; FREEZER COLD a. Test points L & N will verify 120 volts to icemaker module. (Make sure your test probes go into the test points 91 II2 ) b Testpoints T & H will verify if the bimetal thermostat is open or closed. c: Short T & H with an insulated peice of wire (14 gauge) to run the motor. If the motor doesnt run, replace the module assembly; if the motor runs, replace the bimetal thermostat. d If you leave the jumper in for half of a revolution, you can feel the heater in the mold heat up. m if its good= e: Remove the jumper and the water valve will be energized in the last half of the revolution. (Make sure that the freezer temperature is cold enough to close the bimetal). Note: Do not short any contact other than those specified as damage to the icemaker can result. 2. ICEMAKER ~UNPLUGGED a. Test points L & H will check the resistance of the heater (72 ohms). Replace the mold and heater assembly if not near this valve (A IO ohms). (Ejector blades should be at the end of the cycle position or the I :30 oclock position).
200/300 Series Part #4-20-052-0 Complete Icemaker Assembly
All 200,300 Series
ITEM ## ; : 15
PART # 627788 3-14-018-0 3-02-273-489166 3-14-016-0
DESCRIPTION Ejector Bearing and Inlet Mold and Heater Assembly (Also, order Part #542638 Silicone Grease) Retainer, Thermostat Thermostat Alumalastic Heat Shield Screw, #8-32 x 27164 Ice Stripper Short Arm 200 and 300 Series. Harness, Wiring (Round Plug) support Screw, #lo-32 x 43/64 Module and Motor Assembly Screw, #8-18 x 11/16 Cover with instructions
TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS AND CHECKING PROCEDURE FOR MODULAR ICEMAKERS
No Ice PROBABLE CAUSE CORRECTION Repair freezer Free arm and/or lower, turn icemaker switch on,or have ice bucket in place 3a. Loose wire in plastic connector at modular head b. Loose plastic connector at modular housing c. Bad fuse wire-repair or replace 4a.qater supply off b.*Replace self-piercing valve c. Replace water valve d,*Thaw frozen inlet f. Replace modular head 5a. Replace modular head b. Replace mold/heater assy 2.
1. Freezer warmer than 10 degrees F
2. Arm up 3. No power to icemaker
4. No water to icemaker
5. Icemaker fails to complete cycle
Freezer warmer than 10 degrees F ;a Arm operation intermittent 3: Water supply problem
4. Hollow cubes
Repair freezer ;- Free arm and/or lower 3i.%heck water supply for adequate pressure to water valve (20P.S.I.) b.*Replace self-piercing valve Adjust for proper water fill during the fill cycle 4a. Thermostat short cycling-replace thermostat b. Add alumalastic cement ;: Free arm Replace modular head
TO MUCH ICE
Arm stuck in down position ;: 5roken shut-off arm activator (in modular head) 3. Too much water 4. Icemaker fails to stop at end of cycle 5. Hollow cubes
3a. Water valve continues to fill after cycle is completed-adjust water fill cycle Replace water valve-if bad 4:. Replace modular head 5a. Adjust water fill b. Replace thermostat
*Not covered by factory warranty
TEST CYCLING THE COMPACT ICEMAKER
_ltmay be necessary on occasiontotest-cycle an icemakerto check its operation.This can bedone on the repair bench or while mounted in the appliance. If the icemaker is in an operating appliance, take precaution against condensate by allowing cold metal components to warm before the the front cover. The appliance cabinet wiring can be usedto operate the icemaker. A special icemaker test cord can be made for bench repair using the cabinet icemaker connector. The same cord made for the Remote Valve type icemaker can be used (see figure A). To manually start a cycle, first remove the front cover by prying loose a coin at the bottom of the support. Please use the blade of a flat with screwdriver in the slot located on the drive gear (see figure B). Turn counter-clockwise the holding switch clicks in and circuit is made until to the icemaker motor. The icemaker will then complete its cycle itself.
5. Holding switch
6, Shut-off arm switch
7. Motor 8. Holding switch-if blades are in 1O:OO position 9. Shut-off switch-if blades are in 1Z:OO position 10. Mold heater or thermostat-if blades are in 4:00 position 11. Motor 12. Water supply
7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
13. Water valve
14. Valve solenoid coil 15. Water valve switch
13. 0lbserve inlet tube and fill trough for ice, check water alve for slow leak. If valve leaks, check for proper water ine pressure. Replace heater if open. Replace water valve f pressure is within specs 14. Iheck terminals for continuity. Replace coil if open or ,horted 15. lith plunger out check terminals "C" & "NC" for continuity. !eplace switch if open 1. Check that linkage is proper. Switch should open when arm is n raised position. Adjust if required. Check terminals "Cl' 8I "NO" for continuity with arm raised. Replace switch if C:losed Iheck for level. Adjust if required iheck that supply line and water valve strainer are :ompletely open and that adequate pressure is maintained. ilear restrictions or advise customer accordingly *est-cycle IM and measure water fill. Adjust switch if sequired lheck thermostat bond to mold. Assure good thermal contact lith alumilastic. Check calibration by replacing with a new FIart
1. Shut-off arm
UNDERSIZED ICE PIECES
1. Mold 2. Water supply
3. Water valve switch
1. Thermostat short-cycling
IM SPILLS WATER FROM MOLD
2, Nater inlet tube
3. Water valve
1. Check for level. Adjust if required. Check top edge for evidence of siphoning. Prevent capillary action using silicone grease in this area 2. Check that inlet tube and fill trough fit properly and water doesn't leak during fill cycle. Adjust fit if required 3. Check that water doesn't enter mold after cycle is completed. Replace valve if leaking and water pressure is proper 4. Test-cycle IM and check that water fill doesn't exceed capacity of mold. Adjust switch if required. With ejector blades in starting position, check terminals "C" & "NC". Replace switch if closed Refer to complaint "Fails to stop at end of cycle" Z: Refer to complaint "Undersize ice pieces" 1. With ejector blades in starting position, check terminals "C" & "NO" for continuity. Replace switch if closed
4. Water valve switch
5. IM fails to stop at end of cycle 6, Thermostat short-cycling ICEMAKER FAILS TO STOP AT END OF CYCLE 1. Holding switch
22lM #272342 TO #509240
*Refer to next page for new style 22IM The model 22IM. between serial #272342 to 509240 has the double evaporator system, with one evaporator under the icemaker assembly and the other located in the back of the compartment behind the duct cover. This unit makes ice at -10 degrees Fahrenheit and stores it at 2D degrees Fahrenheit. Prior to serial #301252, this equipment used our control $3-01-238-0. After serial #301252, we utilize our control #3-01-244-0. At a #7 setting the cut-out temperature will be about -5 degrees Fahrenheit and the cut-in will be 5 degrees Fahrenheit. At the #1 setting, the cut-out will be 5 degrees Fahrenheit and the cut-in will be 15 degrees Fahrenheit. Changes to be aware of relative to this equipment are listed as follows: Charge - Use 6.5 oz. F-l2 freon prior to serial #301252; 5.5 oz. F-l2 between serial #301252 and #M423535, and 6.0 oz. F-l2 starting with serial #H423535. Run Time - 85% (while making ice). 2. Pressures - 4-5 PSIG cut-out; 34-35 PSIG cut-in. Control Specifications - See paragraph above. :: Compressor - Use #3-11-068-0. 2: Timer - Use #3-08-105-0 (twice daily defrost), Time Delay Relay - Use #4-20-015-0 prior to serial #272342; use #3-06-012-0 after 7. serial #272342. Defrost Thermostat - Use #4-32-093-0. 8. Evaporator Fan Motor - Use #4-20-016-0 replacement kit. 9. 10. Refrigerator Fan Blade - Use #3-15-021-0. NOTE: The model 22IM, between serial #272342-509240, only produces ice on an off cycle on During this time the compressor is off. When the icemaker starts its the control. harvest cycle, the control bulb, which is clamped and is sensing the icemaker moldV detects the no*ti elevating temperatures. When the cut-in temperatur? is reached, the This is where the six minute delay comes in to make certain the control then closes. icemaker has enough time to harvest and refill with water before energizing the relay and switching back to the compressor run. Please be advised that if the control is set to a higher, or colder, setting, less ice will be produced because of a longer run cycle. When turning the coitrol lower, or warmer, more ice will be produced, but be aware this could offset the unit's temperatures.
22lM SYSTEM REDESIGN
Sub-Zero has redesigned the model #22IM undercounter automatic icemaker. These units are The new design now in production and will be introduced to the field in the near future. became effective as of Serial #509241. We have incorporated a larger back wall evaporator while eliminating the secondary evaporator pass under the icemaker. This new coil is designed to run at a -20 degrees Fahrenheit coil temperature versus the old coil, which ran a -10 degrees Fahrenheit. The refrigerant flow starts at the compressor to the condenser, around the hot gas gasket loop through the cap tube to the evaporator coil and returning to.the compressor by way of the heat exchanger. The inside air is pulled in from the The air flow is consistent with our previous design. bottom behind the evaporator cover and over the evaporator coil. The chilled air is then discharged over the top of the icemaker and is returned to cool the ice storage bucket to a 0 degrees Fahrenheit storage temperature. The thermostat sensing is taking place at the top edge of.the icemaker mold this senses a At a normal #4 control setting, the combination of cold temperature and air temperature. thermostat cuts out at -9 degrees Fahrenheit and cuts in at +6 degrees Fahrenheit with a cut-out pressure of 0# PSIG and a cut-in pressure of 12# PSIG. We have changed the electrical system; the wiring diagram (see page ) shows the addition of a drain tube and drain trough heater with both heaters remaining on for the This diagram will also show the removal of the time delay duration of the defrost cycle. relay. The relay split our wiring system between the compressor (run) and the icemaker (harvest). This allowed the icemaker to harvest only during the off cycle of the compressor with a six minute delay built into the relay so as to complete the harvest before the compressor could restart. With this new design, we have wired the icemaker direct. This allows the icemaker to harvest when the mold is satisfied. CHANGES TO BE AWARE OF: Drain Tube Heater - #3-01-332-0 Drain Trough Heater Assembly - #4-32-205-0 Defrost Heater Assembly - #4-32-195-0 Thermostat - #3-01-252-1 (cut-out -9 degrees F; cut-in +6 degrees F) Pressures - 0# PSIG cut-out; 12# PSIG cut-in Freezer Fan Motor - #4-20-016-0 Wire Basket Support (front) - #3-60-074-0 Door Assembly - #4-13-066-0 Door Liner - #0-88050-0 Freon Charge - 8.50~ (after serial #509241) Heat Exchanger - #4-25-094-0 Accumulator - #3-01-112-0 Evaporator Coil - #3-13-019-0
;* 3: 4. :: :* 9: 10. 11. 12. 13.
NOTE: All parts not listed above will remain consistent with the previous design of the model 22IM.
DOOR STOP KIT applications, starting with serial #190441, it may be necessary to install one of our door stop kits, listed below, to prevent the doors from hitting fixtures in the home due to excessive door swing. The door stop kits are designed to rest the door at either 90 or 100 degrees from it's closed PLEASE NOTE: this doesn't correct a poor installation condition. position.
Top Mount model 201 R,F & 201 IICE over & under refrig doors 4-20-033-1 right hand 4-20-033-2 left hand DOOR CLOSER FOR THE MODEL 201 SERIES
Bottom Mount model 36lRFD & 3211RFD over & under freezer doors 4-20-033-3 right hand 4-20-033-4 left hand
A gravity cam type door closing mechanism has been incorporated into all model We feel this closer will alleviate most of 2OlR. 2OlFD. 2OlRIM and 2OllICE. the problems associated with the bouncing of these large doors.
If you service a unit with the specific cam assembly broken or cracked you DO NOT have to order the complete door closer kit. The bottom door hinge cam (right or left swing) is identified by part #3-42-069-0. The bottom cabinet hinge is identified by part #3-42-068-1 for right hand swing and #3-42-068-2 Please be aware that if the screw holding the cam for left hand swing. assembly becomes loose, it may be necessary to use some loctite #371 (part #619-023-0) to assure a tight fit.
201 FIELD DOOR CLOSER KIT Over the years, we've received complaints on these large doors bouncing open due to the size and the weight of the doors. Because of this, we have established a gravity type door closer kit, which can be used to eliminate this problem. This kit, #4-20-023-0 (right hand) and #4-20-024-0 (left handJ can be used between serial #234227 and #338384. These kits are not covered as a warranty item, but are considered a field accessory and can be purchased through your Parts Distributor. Beginning with serial #338385, this closer is a factory standard. UNDERCOUNTER DOOR CLOSER KIT Beginning with serial #356747, undercounter models 244RFD and the entire 249 series will have door closers. This door closer is similar to those used on built-in units, except that it is mounted on the side of the base. For units prior to serial #356747 an "add-on" door closer kit is available These door closers are the same type which is through your Parts Distributor. There are two now incorporated on the undercounter 244 and 249 models. different kits avilable; part #4-20-026-0 for right hinged units and part #4-20-027-0 for left hinged units. Please be aware that the "add-on" door closer kits ARE NOT a warranty item, but an accessory. All units built after serial #356747 will have the closer installed. UNDERCOUNTER DOOR SWING CHANGE KIT With an increasing demand for left and right handed hinged products we have made both products available. Therefore, beginning with shipments dated after 5-18-84 the following swing change kits are available at a charge to the customer. To change the swing frotn right to a left swing order part #4-20-025-0; left to right swing order part #4-20-025-1. Also, if after the kit has been installed, a door adjustment is necessary, it IS NOT covered by the factory warrranty.
2011 ICE DOOR ASSEMBLY If the freezer door (part #4-18-073-0) needs replacement, it is NOT necessary to replace the complete icemaker sleeve assembly (part #4-20-038-0). Please be aware that the rivits that connect the door hinge to the sleeve base are just for manufacturing purposes. If the rivi-ts break loose, the door still remains intact and secured by the (2) two bottom screws (part #6-20-0540) that hold the sleeve in place. In the event that the door requires replacing (i.e. because of a cracked liner, warped door, etc), the defective door and hinge assembly must be removed by first removing the support screws and then pulling the rivits out* At that point, the new door and hinge assembly can be installed between the freezer sleeve and the interior base and secured by replacing the (2) two support screws. ICE OR ICICLE FORMATION IN FREEZER DOORS A situation could occur where air penetrates the seal between the foamed door slab and the back side of the gasket causing moisture to build up on the The doors are manufactured in a way to inside of the freezer door liner. prevent this by tightly securing the metal gasket retainers to the door with the gasket acting as the sealer.
If the door wasn't adequately sealed at the factory, the following is what to look for.
Situation: With freezer door open for an extended period of time water will drip from the bottom freezer door hinge, Remedy: Remove door liner, gasket and retainers. Apply a bead of silicone Also approximately 3/16" diameter around the perimeter of the door shell. silicone around the bolts that secure the shelf ladders to the door liner. Reinstall gasket, liner and retainers making sure the seal is adequate between the back side of the gasket and the door shell (make sure you are sealed around the complete door). SWEATING AROUND THE FREEZER DOORS
In the event there are periods of high humidity (exceeding 86% relative humidity), some moisture could appear. This condition will exist for short periods of time and will dissipate with a lower humidity. This particular This condition occurrence is true with most types of refrigeration equipment. can also be attributed to the door not sealing properly or some item in the unit propping the door open, keeping it from sealing properly. If the unit is installed in an area of continuous high humidity, please refer to page 7-8.
CRISPERS FALLING OFF TRACKS
If this does occur, please note the amount of the crisper may be prevalent. "flange" or edge that comes in contact with the crisper rollers on the slides, The flange should rest on the full width of the roller. If not, the crisper
If a situation occurs where the crispers have a tendency of falling off when removing them from the refrigerator section, a spacing or alignment problem
2. Fuse blown 3. burned out compressor motor 4. bad start relay 5. control circuit open a. overload protector tripped b. control set too high c. defective control d. loose wire
4. replace start relay 5. locate cause ,% repair a. check overload b. reset control c. replace control d. repair wiring 1. determine reason & correct 2. replace 3. replace 4. replace 1. replace overload 2. determine reason & repair 3. purge to correct pressure 4. replace compressor 5. adjust to proper charge 6. clean condenser 7. replace thermostat
Compressor will not start (hums & trips overload protector)
low voltage to unit
2. bad start capacitor 3. start relay open 4. burned out compressor
Compressor starts & runs (but short cycles)
2. low voltage to unit 3. high discharge pressure 4. open or shorted motor 5. compressor too hot 6. condenser too hot 7. erratic thermostat
Unit Operates Excessively
1. short of refrigerant 2. thermostat contact stuck closed 3. separated heat exchanger 4. evaporator coil iced 5. restriction in refrigerant system 6. dirty condenser 7. restricted air flow over evaporator 8. inefficient compressor
1. repair leak & recharge 2. replace thermostat 3. repair heat exchanger 4. defrost & check 5. locate & remove 6. clean condenser 7. locate cause 81 repair 8. check & repair 1. reroute tubing 2. repair mountjng 3. adjust charge 4. replace compressor 1. adjust control 2. check fan & switch 3. check pressure & charge 4. defrost coil 5. adjust door & gasket
1. tubing rattle 2. mounting loose 3. refrigerant flooding compressor 4. internal parts broken to compressor
High temps in storage area
I. control set too low 2. insufficient air circulation 3. lack of refrigerant 4. evaporator iced up 5. air leak at door seal
Condition Suction line frosted or sweating
Corrective hctim 1. check fan & switch 2. adjust charge 1. purge overcharge 2. purge air 3. clean condenser I. repair leak & recharge 2. provide warm condenser air 3. replace compressor 1. defrost & check for problem 2. adjust to proper charge 3. replace compressor 1. repair leak & recharge 2. clean & defrost evaporator 3. clean & replace drier 1. replace relay 2. check & replace 3. reduce to a maximum of 10% over motor rating 1. puree-evacuate-replace drier & recharge 1. replace control 2. locate & adjust
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