All Bailey units are shipped from the factory with refrigeration valves open and ready to operate, except where condensing
units were disconnected for shipping purposes. On condensing units with external springing, hold-down bolts must be
loosened before the units are placed into operation.
Temperature controls are factory set and should normally require very little further attention. If temperature adjustments
are required, we recommend they be made by your refrigeration service man.
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It is recommended that a competent service man start up and check the installation for leaks and general operation. This
system left the factory without leaks; however, it is possible that during shipment some connection might be loosened. All
service valves should be checked and must be opened. On remote installation the condensing unit should be located as
close as possible to the refrigerator.
If it is necessary to discontinue use of cabinet, with the exception of a capillary system, have unit pumped down and close
Temperature controls, when furnished, are located in compressor compartment with sensing bulb located within
refrigerator. Control is actuated by temperature at bulb to give quick, accurate response to changes in temperature. Dial
evenly calibrated in degrees F for exact settings. Differential is adjustable.
Back pressure controls, when furnished, are factory set at 17 p.s.i. cut out and 35 p.s.i. cut in. These control settings will
result in cabinet temperature average of 38F. under normal conditions. If it becomes necessary to adjust control, the cut
in point must never be set lower than 35 p.s.i. or the evaporator will not defrost during the off cycle.