OWNER’S MANUAL MODEL DE-560 Contents Extended Service Protection Plan ...2 Installation Instructions ...3 Location And Ventilation...3 Operation ...7 Refrigeration Maintenance...8 Information On Battery Power...8 Wiring Diagrams...9, 10 Warranty...12 Part No.: 616932B (92-01)
When operating on 12 volts DC, a battery source must be used. Operating the refrigerator on a converter or battery charger alone (without a battery in the circuit) is not recommended since these devices do not normally supply a filtered DC source. Unsatisfac- tory operation will result.
In preparing the DE-560 for installation, the following areas should be considered: 1. Adequate ventilation. 2. Sizing of supply wire and fuse protection. 3. Direct wiring from battery to avoid electrical interference with other equipment. 4. Provisions to prevent battery run-down.
ANCES STATED IN THE FRONT OF THIS MANUAL. Special Requirements For The DE-560 is internally wired so that the AC and DC cir- cuits are isolated from each other. If the positive (+ 12 volts) DC input is grounded in any way (cuts in the wire insulation, improperly insulated connections, etc.), a voltage potential...
Lower Flange Installation (optional) The lower flange is required if the refrigerator is to be wall mounted. Refrigerators installed on the floor do not require this part. The lower flange is shipped as a loose part to prevent damage during shipment. The part is to be attached after the refrigerator is set into the cut-out opening.
RELOCATING THE TRAVEL LATCHES 8. Remove both travel latches by taking out the two screws holding each to the refrigerator. Use the # 2 phillips screw- driver. Remove the two hole plugs from each of the corre- sponding holes on the opposite side of the refrigerator. Re- locate them in the two holes just exposed by the removal of the latches.
Close the refrigerator door and allow the refrigerator to operate on AC until it cycles or shuts itself off. This indicates the thermo- stat is operating and that the refrigerator is cooling on AC opera- tion. Now, disconnect the AC supply and open the refrigerator door so that the cabinet interior will warm up and allow the thermostat to demand cooling.
To Turn Off The Refrigerator If you will not be using the refrigerator for a day or two, turn the thermostat knob to "1". For a longer period, set the On-Off switch to "OFF" and disconnect power by removing the AC plug from it’s socket.
Norcold and advice will be promptly given concerning the manner in which warranty service may be obtained. Inability to physically bring the refrigerator to a Norcold Service Center will not void the warranty, but any addi- tional costs thereby incurred are solely for the account of the original consumer-purchaser.