Commercial Refrigerator and freezer series
Product Name: commercial six door cooler
Model No: SLLDZ4-1300L
Applicable place: supermarket, commercial center, commercial restaurant and kitchen.
Original Place: Quzhou city Zhejiang Province, China
Brand Name: Snow Village
Style: Dual temperature, fresh and frozen function, six stainless steel foam door, 100% steel and copper
Certification: 3C, CE
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Dimension (LxWxH) mm
commercial six door cooler
1.Fan forced evaporator cooling, self evaporating drainage.
2.Insulation is CFC and HCFC free, environmentally-friendly,
3.Coated with polyurethane foam for efficient insulation.
4.Dual temperature refrigeration can keep goods fresh longer.
5.Temperature inside is stable and accurate with microcomputer thermostat.
6.Front stainless steel solid door is strong, self closing and stay open solid durable doors.
7.Perfect sealing design locks the cold air inside and no leakage.
8.Over and under refrigerator/ freezer storage, big space for more goods’ preservation and display.
9.Interior LED light to ensure the interior brighter.
10.Mounted famous performance compressor and evaporator.
12.Two years warranty for all parts.
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Commercial restaurant and kitchen, supermarket, commercial center,
● Whole Cooler: 2 year warranty
● Compressor: 3 year warranty (First 2 years – labor & parts. Additional 1 years – compressor parts only.)
Refrigerator Door Gasket
If the door gasket is bad, you will get frost build up around the door of the freezer and sometimes on the packages. To check the door gasket, first close the door to see if there are any gaps between the gasket and the refrigerator (rule of thumb - if the gap is big enough to slide paper in it is too big). If you have small gaps you can try rubbing Vaseline all the way around the gasket this may fix your problem. If the gasket is ripped or the Vaseline doesn’t fix it replace gasket.
Freezer Door Left Open
Ice will build up all over the freezer if the door was left open. If you suspect the door was left open then clean the ice, close the door and your problem is fixed.
If there is ice building up around the ice chute (the hole that the ice dispenses through) then something is wrong with the ice flapper (the flap that closes the ice chute). First look to see if it is closed all the way. If not take the ice bin out. Now push the switch to get ice and watch to see what the flap is doing. If it opens and closes but not all the way, look to see if anything is blocking it.
If not, it’s the flap, the spring, the crank, or the solenoid (the device that opens the flap). Now you need to remove the front cover off the dispenser (on most refrigerators it just snaps off). Then remove four screws behind the cover and remove the dispenser control. Once off you should see the flap. Inspect the spring to see if it is broke or out of place, if so, replace it. Then see if the crank (the part that the flap is attached to) is broke, if so, replace it. Now look at the flap to see if the edges are rolled over or is broken, if so, replace it.
Now for the solenoid, sometimes it gets rusty and won’t close all the way. Sometimes it overheats and welds itself open, if this happens it won’t open or close. In any case, if it doesn’t open or close properly replace it.
If your solenoid is rusty and you have a GE refrigerator with serial number starting with AA2 through DZ2, the doors on the refrigerator (fresh food doors and freezer doors) need to be replaced. Up until March 2008, GE was replacing the doors free of charge.