In this segment, we're going to discuss the installation of your front breathing kit for your Continental refrigerator or freezer sandwich unit. It's recommended that someone assist you in placing the cabinet on its back for the removal of the skid and the installation of the air ducts. Four blocks on each corner so that no damage is done to the exterior cover or the refrigeration lines. Once it is placed, remove the shipping bolts for the skid and place the skid to the side. You'll see the four inserts for your stun casters and the air ducts. Locate your air duct and it's always important that the access hole is at the rear. This allows the air to come in and go through the condenser coil. Place the air duct over the hole for the caster, place the caster in the hole, and thread it in place, always being careful not to cross thread. Be sure that the caster is firmly set to the bottom of the case to prevent any bending or caving in. Do the same thing on the other side. Make sure the air duct holes are facing the rear and secure your two casters. After the air ducts are installed and the casters are firmly attached to the bottom of the cabinet and flush to the bottom of the cabinet, take your grill, place it over the front, and secure it with the two thumb screws. Once the grill, the air ducts, and the casters are in place, the unit now can be set upward with the assistance of someone else. When the front breather is installed properly and the unit is set back in upright position, inspect to make sure everything is good and that the unit is level. It can now be placed under the counter or in a position with minimal clearance on the sides, rear, and top. The purpose of the front breather is to draw fresh air in from the front left. It goes through the condensing unit and discharges out the front right. This way, you don't need the clearance that you would if you did not have the front breather. If additional information is needed, consult the operation manual on the website at www.continentalrefrigerator.com.
Install a front breather kit on your Continental refrigerator or freezer sandwich unit with these simple steps! The front breather will draw fresh air in and discharge it through the front so you don't need as much clearance around the unit.