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Manual-KBU Beverage-Carel.pages
USER MANUAL
KBU-50 / 100 / 170 BEVERAGE REFRIGERATOR
—- CAREL CONTROLLER —-
KBU-50B-SS
KBU-100B-SS
KBU-170B-SS
PLEASE NOTE: EVERY TIME THE UNIT IS POWERED ON, THERE WILL BE A 6 MINUTE DELAY FOR THE COMPRESSOR TO START. COMPRESSOR BEVERAGE REFRIGERATORS
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CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Congratulations
Congratulations and thank you for
choosing our KingsBottle beverage
coolers . We are sure you will find your
new appliance a pleasure to use .
Before installing and operating the
beverage cooler, we recommend that
you read through this manual which
provides a description of your beverage
cooler and its functions .
To avoid the risks that are always
present when you use an electric
appliance, it is important that the
appliance is installed correctly and that
you read the safety instructions carefully
to avoid misuse and hazards .
We recommend that you keep this
instruction booklet for future reference
and pass it on to any future owners .
After unpacking the appliance, please
inspect it to verify it is not damaged. If
in doubt, do not use the appliance but
contact us or your local customer care
centre
Chapter
Contents
Page
Part I
Important Safety & Pre-Use Instructions
3
Part II
Diagram & Description of Refrigerator
4
Part III
Installation Instructions
5-6
Part IV
Temperature Setting and Refrigerator Operating
7-8
Part V
Layout & Storage
9
PART VI
Maintenance
10
Part VII
Troubleshooting Guide
11
Part VIII
Technical Data
12
Part IX
Warranty Information
12
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FEATURES
PART II
DIAGRAM & DESCRIPTION OF REFRIGERATOR
1 Control board
2 Housing
3 Ventilation DC Fan
4 Shelf
5 Front grill
6 Door hinge
7
8
9
Controller
Door
Adjustable stand feet
YOUR REFRIGERATOR ALSO INCLUDES TWO KEYS TO OPERATE THE ROUNDED LOCKING
MECHANISM WHICH IS SHOWN AT THE LOWER CENTRE POSITION OF THE DIAGRAM.
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INSTALLATION
PART III
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CUTOUT DIMENSION ILLUSTRATED
KBU-170 SERIES
23.54”W x 26.97”D x 71.69”H
(598W x 685D x 1821H mm)
Included stand height 0.98”(25mm)
KBU-100 SERIES
23.54”W x 26.97”D x 55.43”H
(598W x 685D x 1408H mm)
Included stand height 0.98”(25mm)
MODEL
WIDTH
DEPTH
HEIGHT
INCLUDED STAND HEIGHT
KBU-50
23.42”
595mm
23.62”
600mm
33.86”
860mm
0.79”
20mm
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23.54”
598mm
26.97”
685mm
55.43”
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KBU-50 SERIES
23.42”W x 23.62”D x 33.86”H ( 595W x 600D x 860H mm )
Included stand height 0.79” (20mm)
NOTE
These front-venting models can be built in to cabinetry.
Builders should allow an additional 1/2” either side of the
unit, plus 1” behind the unit and 1/2” on top. These
additional spaces allow units to be placed in position easily,
and without power cords being damaged. This also allow
hot air that is vented from the front to rise quickly and clear
the cool air intake manifold. These clearances help to keep
power consumption to a minimum and prolong the life of
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INSTALLATION
PART III
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLING YOUR BEVERAGE COOLER
1. Move the unit into its final position .
2. If the unit is not tilting back, minor adjustments can be made to the leveling legs.
3. Compare the alignment of the appliance to the surrounding cupboard . The top of the appliance should be level from side to side
(see diagram below) .
4. If the unit now rocks from one corner to the opposite rear corner, this means that the floor is uneven. You may need to put some
packing under the ridge to the rear of the appliance . You could use thin pieces of solid material such as thin board, vinyl floor tiles or
laminate .
5. You may now need to fine tune the installation by repeating steps 2, 3 and 4 .
6. Wipe off any dust that has accumulated during shipping and clean following the directions in Part VI ( Care & Maintenance)
7. Plug the appliance into the power point. Don’t use a double adaptor or extension cord .
8. It is recommended that you let the unit for rest an hour or two before you put any beverages in it . This will confirm that it is operating
correctly and make the conditions appropriate for beverage storage .
Congratulations! You have successfully installed your beverage cooler.
DOOR LOCK
This unit comes with an optional key lock. The keys are located inside the plastic bag that contains the user manual. To lock the door,
simply reverse the operation making sure the metal pin is engaged completely. Then remove the key and place it in a secure place for
safekeeping. To unlock the door, insert the key into the lock and turn counterclockwise.
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OPERATION
PART IV
OPERATING YOUR REFRIGERATOR
This KingsBottle Refrigerator series comes with the worlds best quality controller from CAREL. Before using your Refrigerator, please read these
instructions carefully .
ADJUST TEMPERATURE
1. Press the “SET / MUTE” button for more than 3 sec. ,the display shows the parameter
code “ST/VALUE/PS/0” , 0 is the PASSWORD.
2. Release the button when it shows ST/0.
3. Use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to adjust the temperature.
4. Press SET / MUTE button, or if no button is pressed for 5 seconds, the change of
setting is saved and the DISPLAY will show the actual temperature.
KEYBOARD:
UP/POWER
DISPLAY:
1. Increase the value;
2. Holding the button for at least 3
seconds, powers the unit ON or OFF.
1.Decrease the value;
2. Holding the button for half a second
turns the interior light ON or OFF.
DOWN/LIGHT
1. Use SET after selecting values with the
up and down arrows
2. alarm mute button.
SET/MUTE
1. COMPRESSOR
2. FAN
3. DEFROST
4. ALARM
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OPERATION
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Compressor
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TABLE OF ALARMS
OFF
ALARM CODE
DESCRIPTION
LO
low temperature alarm
HI
high temperature alarm
E0
probe 1 error=control
E1
probe 2 error=defrost
E3
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It is essential the power point is properly earthed to
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ground. Consult a qualified electrician if you are unsure.
beyond 100°F ( 38°C ) . WARNING
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previous temperature setting.
cord as this may damage it. Grip the plug firmly and
6 minutes
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The ambient room temperature should be above 10°C.
few degrees variance between the temperature you select and the one indicated on the LED readout for the first few hours of operation.
Stand temperature.
your refrigerator in a dry place – avoid areas
After a few hours of operation, the temperature will normalize to the displayed
of high moisture or humidity.
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cabinet’s original configuration in any way, be sure to ask your dealer fo
PART V
LAYOUT AND STORAGE
YOUR CABINET WAS DESIGNED TO STORE A MAXIMUM NUMBER OF BOTTLES SECURELY. WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU
shelving
OBSERVE THE TIPS BELOW TO OPTIMIZE LOADING.
1.
Disperse your bottles even so as not to concentrate weight in any one area. Also, be careful that your bottles do not touch either the
3.
4.
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Never try to adjust shelf with bottles still on it.
back
of thethe
cabinet shelving
or the step at the bottom.
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on
any way you like, lay down or upright.
2. Also make sure that bottles are not all grouped together either at the top or bottom of the cabinet.
ht per shelf: 25kgs
How to use your shelving
helving, clips
can be moved, place ‘top’ part of clip in first then force botto
• You can put the beer bottles on the shelving any way you like, lay down or upright.
•
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PLEASE NOTE
Before modifying your cabinet’s original configuration in any way, be sure to ask your dealer for advice.
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MAINTENANCE
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PART
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The plug must be accessible when the refrigerator is
place for later reference.
in position.
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CLEANING
YOUR BEVERAGE COOLER
It is essential the power point is properly earthed to
ground. Consult a qualified electrician if you are unsure.
WARNING
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BEFORE CLEANING: Turn off the power, unplug the appliance, and remove all items including all shelves.
If the power cord is damaged, have it replaced by a
• Wash the inside surfaces with warm water and baking soda solution. The solution should be about 2 tablespoons of baking soda with a
qualified service technician.
quart of
water.
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• Wash the shelves with a mild detergent solution.
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non-oily out.
finish. This process will aid protection against
TIPS & INFORMATION
dirt and other corrosive contaminants, by providing a temporary food-safe shield.
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later polishing
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months
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thoroughly. To prevent mold growth, leave the door open slightly, blocking it open if necessary.
– Have doors that will self-close from a partially
open position.
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1. The beverage cooler should be located in the coolest area of the room,
away from heat producing appliances, and away from direct
blowing gases. Avoid safety hazards by carefully
of refrigerant.
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of refrigerant
charged
in the
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a positive
air flow where
possible,
although with
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appliance can be found on the rating plate on the appliance.
are designed to be fully built in.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PART VII
PROBLEM
Refrigerator does
not operate
Refrigerator is not
cold enough; can
not cool down to
the preset temp.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Not plugged in
2. The appliance is turned OFF at the control panel
3. The circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has blown out
Solution
Press ON/OFF
Check and make sure the power plug is well connected
Ask an engineer for help
Compressor does not start
ask an engineer for help / check the connection of the compressor
Compressor self-protected and has stopped operating
The ambient temperature is too high ( over 38C degree Celsius)
The air venting is not smooth, check that the air duct is not blocked
Fan operates slowly or is faulty and has stopped operating.
The door is not closed completely, or the door opened too long
The compressor, or its components are faulty
Fans stop working or operate at low speed
Evaporator ices up
Door is not closed properly
Compressor starts
and stops
frequently
The light does not
work.
Ask an engineer for help. Power the refrigerator ON and OFF. Check the
fan and whether the voltage is normal. If the voltage is normal, then the
fan should be damaged
Turn OFF the refrigerator for one hour and open the door. The ice on the
evaporator will melt. Check the door seal for any air gaps.
Check the door lock, shelves, or other objects, make sure door is well
closed.
Check the rubber seal for any air gaps.
Check the door hinges, make sure they are not loose
Condenser is dusty
Wash and clean the condenser
Cooling system faulty (Gas leakage or blockage)
Ask an engineer for help
The door gasket does not seal properly.
Use low heat on a hair dryer to make the door seal take shape.
The sensor connection is wrong.
Read the wiring diagram to make the correct connection of sensor
The sensor is faulty.
Replace with a new sensor
The door is opened too often.
Reduce the times / frequency of door openings.
Not plugged in, or the light button is “OFF”.
Light itself faulty.
Check and make sure the light button is ON, or ask an engineer for help.
The stand feet is not leveling, vibrations lead to noise
Adjust the stand feet and ensure they are level.
Copper pipe hits other objects and makes noise
Gently adjust the position of the pipe.
The Refrigerator
When the compressor shuts down or starts, it is normal for
seems to make too noise from the vibrations generated by the internal moving
Take no action
much noise.
parts due to inertia.
A liquid plumbing noise may come from the flow of the
refrigerators gases, which is normal. As each cycle ends, you Take no action
may hear gurgling sounds
The door will not
close properly.
Door is blocked by the door lock, shelves, or other objects.
Remove the barrier
Door sealing rubber is deformed
Repair or replace the rubber seal
Door hinges are not loose.
Adjust and fasten the hinges.
Outlet / suction outlet blockage
Remove the barrier
Fans stop working or operate at low speed.
Ask an engineer for help. Power the refrigerator ON and OFF. Check the
fan and the voltage. If the voltage is normal, the fan may be damaged.
The door gasket does not seal properly;
or door is opened too often
Use low heat on a hair dryer to make the door seal take shape.
Gas leakage or cooling system blockage
Ask an engineer for help
Ambient temperature is too high, or direct sunshine
Operating conditions need to be improved
Front grill outlet / suction outlet blockage
Remove the barrier
Fans stop working or low speed operating
Ask engineer for help, power on the refrigerator, check the fan whether
the voltage is normal or not. If the voltage is normal, the fan should be
damage
Ambient humidity is high
Use a soft cloth to clean the water
Door is opened too often
Reduce the times / frequency of door opening.
The door gasket does not seal properly
Use low heat on a hair dryer to make the door seal take shape.
Ice up
External cabinet
seems too hot
Water drop on
glass door
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TECHNICAL DATA
PART X
TECHNICAL DATA
MODEL NO.
KBU-170B-SS
KBU-100B-SS
KBU-50B-SS
14.30 CF ( 405 Liter )
10.88 CF ( 308 Liter)
5.37 CF ( 152 Liter )
compressor with air-circulated fan
cooling
compressor with air-circulated fan
cooling
compressor with air-circulated fan
cooling
CLIMATE TYPE
N
N
N
ELECTRICITY PROTECTION
GRADE
I
I
I
110-115V/50-60HZ
110-115V/50-60HZ
110-115V/50-60HZ
200W
190W
140W
32 - 100 °F
32 - 100 °F
32 - 100 °F
34-46 °F
34-46 °F
34-46 °F
NET WEIGHT
286.60 lbs (130 KGS)
198.41 lbs (90 KGS)
112.43 lbs (51 KGS)
GROSS WEIGHT
310.85 lbs (141 KGS)
224.87 lbs (102 KGS)
121.25 lbs (55 KGS)
23.54”W x 26.97”D x 71.69”H
( 598W x 685D x 1821H mm )
Included stand height 0.98” (25mm)
23.54”W x 26.97”D x 55.43”H
( 598W x 685D x 1408H mm )
Included stand height 0.98” (25mm)
23.42”W x 23.62”D x 33.86”H;
595W x 600D x 860H mm )
Included stand height 0.79” (20mm)
VOLUME
TYPE OF COOLING
NOMINAL VOLTAGE/
FREQUENCY
RATED POWER(W)
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE RANGE
DIMENSION
PART IX
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Please speak to your Retailer before calling BTO AMERICA LIMITED (also known as KingsBottle) if you did not purchase your beverage cooler directly
from BTO AMERICA LIMITED
Limited warranty – If your refrigerator is not operating, KingsBottle reserves the right to repair or replace the refrigerator. KingsBottle may request the
consumer to contact a local refrigeration company to service the refrigerator. All cost for labor and materials is covered for 1 year from the date of receipt. If
KingsBottle deems the unit not repairable, KingsBottle will use the value of your original order toward a replacement. For customer service, please contact
BTO AMERICA LIMITED by e-mail ( [email protected]) .
The limited warranty does not cover: Damage due to such things as accident, misuse, abuse, mishandling, neglect, unauthorized repair or any other
cause beyond the control of the seller whether similar or dissimilar to the foregoing. Purchaser understands and acknowledges that the goods sold here are
beverage coolers, which house beer and other beverages. Purchaser assumes all the risk of using these units, including risk of spoilage, humidity variations,
temperature variations, leaks, fires, water damage, mold, mildew, dryness and similar perils that may occur.
SPECIAL NOTE: Warranty is only honored for the unit which is purchased and used in United States of America. And, if your product was purchased at
any 3rd party retailer and not directly from KingsBottle, we do not offer an extended warranty policy. You MUST contact the retailer of purchase directly.
In the event your retailer does not offer an extended warranty plan, we recommend you contact a third party warranty provider. However, regardless of
point of purchase, all KingsBottle coolers are backed by a TWO YEAR manufacturer's warranty from date of sale.
COMPRESSOR BEVERAGE REFRIGERATOR
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