Activity Safety Precautions In order to prevent any injuries to person, equipment and/or damage to the SANYO Cases, sections requiring additional care to be undertaken will have one or all of the following safety reminders: Red Safety Mark (Safety Mark A) Extreme caution and care must be exercised when conducting this operation to ensure personal and equipment safety, and to prevent product damage.
All specifications are based upon temperature, humidity, and wind speed values equal to or less than Standard Ambient Conditions. SANYO Cases described in this manual are designed for indoor use only. SANYO Cases should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Fan Motors are available in Standard-type (AC Fan Motors) or High Efficiency-type (DC Fan Motors).
All specifications are based upon temperature, humidity, and wind speed values equal to or less than Standard Ambient Conditions. SANYO Cases described in this manual are designed for indoor use only. SANYO Cases should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Fan motors are available in Standard-type (AC fan motors) or High Efficiency-type (DC fan motors).
Do not remove the wooden beam from the bottom front edge of each SANYO Case until the cases have been moved into place in the store lineup. Do not walk on the top of the SANYO Cases. Walking on the top of the SANYO Case may lead to serious injury and/or damage to the SANYO Case.
SANYO Cases are heavy and bulky, and require at least two people for unloading, moving, and installation. Do not walk on the top of the SANYO Cases. Walking on the top of the SANYO Case may lead to serious injury and/or damage to the SANYO Case.
Joining Instructions 3.7.1 Applying gasket (for connecting cases or installing side panels). ① Make sure that all SANYO Cases are resting level. ② Make sure that all required parts for joining are present (gasket, bolts, joint covers, nuts, etc.). ③...
3.7.2 Connecting cases. ① Apply gasket as described above. ② Connect cases using attached bolts, joint covers, and nuts. Silicone seal Note: Connection point must be silicone sealed. Note: Gasket ends that are open must be sealed off by applying silicone at the installation site.
Installing Patch Ends Suction Lamp Cover Joint ④ M5 Bolts ⑤ CVW-EXA284/224 CVW-EXA184/124 Apply gasket to case body (per previous instructions). If present, remove protective film from inside wall of Patch End. Place Patch End to line up with bolt holes.
2. When you reach the final piece of Handrail to be installed between the last SANYO Case in the line-up and the Patch End, cut that piece to length so there are no gaps between Handrails or between Handrails and Patch Ends.
4 Refrigeration, Plumbing & Electrical Procedures Piping (Plumbing, Refrigeration) ● U-trap installation Install U-trap referring to the drawing below. Part Name Part Number ① Drain Screen 8FL2162000500 ② O-Ring 8FL2646000100 ③ Drain Trap 8FL2658000200 ● Sealing the refrigerant pipe opening Seal pipe completely.
4.2 Electrical Data Please refer to Specifications section and nameplate attached to merchandiser for electrical information. Electrical – Guidelines & Precautions All wiring and electrical field work must comply with the National Electrical Code (“NEC”) and other applicable local codes. All electrical connections must be made inside the raceway area.
5 Operation Load Limits In order to maintain proper temperature and unit performance, the Dual Air Curtains in each SANYO Case must remain unobstructed: Do not stock shelves beyond the marked load limits. Do not block Honeycombs or Return Air Grilles.
Suggested locations for the thermometer required by NSF/ANSI 7 and the FDA Food Code are indicated above. It is the responsibility of the Purchaser/End User of the SANYO Case to determine the location within the food storage area that best meets these code requirements.
6 Care and Cleaning Guidelines In order to keep SANYO Cases sanitary and in good working order, we recommend thorough periodic cleaning as follows: Exterior Panels (Daily Cleaning) Exterior panels should be cleaned with water only. Wet a soft cloth and wring it out to wipe down panels.
Rinse Honeycombs in running water in order to flush out dust, etc. Dust is best removed by spraying/flushing from the cleaner side toward the dirtier side. After thoroughly shaking drying rinsed Honeycomb Assemblies, replace them in their original positions in the SANYO Cases.
7 Service Replacing Fan Motors and Blades To replace the fan motors: ① Remove the outer Air Curtain Duct Cover and socket covers. ② Unplug the fan motor harness and push through hole in plenum. ③ Detach fan motor mounting bracket from plenum and pull up to remove. HAND PROTECTION REQUIRED! Activities to be undertaken require finger and palm protection to prevent personal injuries.
Fan Motor Assembly Part Numbers (Standard-Type Fan Motors) ①-a Hex Nut ①-b Spring Washer ①-c Round Washer ② Fan Blade ③ Fan Motor ④ Motor Mount ⑤ Bracket For models with Standard-type (AC) Fan Motors: CVW-EXA124/224 CVW-EXA184/284 Part Name Model Part Number Quantity Quantity...
Fan Motor Assembly Part Numbers (High-Efficiency-Type Fan Motors) ①-a Hex Nut ①-b Spring Washer ①-c Round Washer ② Fan Blade ③ Fan Motor ④ Bracket For models with high-efficiency-type (DC) fan motors: CVW-EXA124/224 CVW-EXA184/284 Part Name Model Part Number Quantity Quantity Hex Nut HN44162520U18...
Replacing Electronic Ballasts Ballast Exterior Top Panel To replace electronic ballasts: ① Remove the Exterior Top Panel. ② Unplug the Electronic Ballast Harness(es). ③ Remove the Electronic Ballast(s). Electronic Ballast Part Codes CVW-EXA124/224 CVW-EXA184/284 Type Model Part Number Quantity used Quantity used 3-lamp QHE3X32T8/UNV ISN-SC-1-CC-B...
The unit comes with covers placed over each fluorescent lamp. Ensure that these covers are placed over the new lamps before reinstallation. LAMP COVER END CAP LAMP CAUTION! Always use Sanyo lamp covers and end caps when replacing lamp covers and end caps. Using non-Sanyo brand replacement parts can result in decreased performance and/or part lifetime.