Baumatic BR15A User manual

BR15A
Built-under Larder Fridge
User Manual for your
BR15A
BUILT-UNDER LARDER
FRIDGE
NOTE: This User Instruction Manual contains important
information, including safety & installation points, which will
enable you to get the most out of your appliance. Please keep it
in a safe place so that it is easily available for future reference.
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CONTENTS
YOUR APPLIANCE’S SPECIFICATIONS …….…….3
SAFETY INFORMATION / ENVIRONMENTAL NOTE .. 4
USING YOUR FRIDGE……………….……………..………5-12
YOUR BR15A FRIDGE …………………….………………….5
BEFORE USING YOUR FRIDGE…………….……………….…6
USING YOUR FRIDGE……………..…………………….…7-10
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE……….………………11-12
DEFROSTING ………………………………..……………………13
TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY …………………………………13
INSTALLING YOUR FRIDGE……………………………...….14
FITTING THE DÉCOR DOOR ………………………………...16
LEVELLING YOUR FRIDGE TO YOUR FLOOR ………..…17
HOW TO REVERSE THE DOOR SWING ……………………18
TROUBLESHOOTING ………………………………….……19
CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE……………………….………20
CONTACT DETAILS……………………………………………..21
DD MOD 13/08/07
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Specifications of your BR15A Built-under fridge
Congratulations on purchasing a Baumatic BR15A
built-under fridge!
Your Fridge has:
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Gross capacity: 144 litres
Net capacity:
143 litres
Energy efficiency class: A
Star rating: ****
Adjustable thermostat
Automatic fridge defrost
3 Safety glass shelves
Egg rack
Salad crisper
Reversible door
Adjustable feet
1 Bottle rack
1 Dairy compartment
1 Half length utility rack
Dimensions mm (H x W x D)
818-898 x 596 x 545
To fully enjoy using your appliance long into the future,
please firstly familiarise yourself with the specifications,
safety advice and operational instructions included in this
manual.
NOTE:
When you install your Fridge, it is important to bear in mind its
climatic rating.
In order to find out the climatic rating of your appliance, check
the data rating tag inside your refrigerator. It indicates the
ambient temperature range within which your appliance will
function.
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Important Safety Information: Please Read this before installing & using.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
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NOTE - This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown,
grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance of
electrical current. You will be able to tell if it is because a non-grounded appliance will give off
an electrical discharge. Manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage due to nongrounding of appliance.
DURING THE GUARANTEE PERIOD ONLY BAUMATIC SERVICE ENGINEERS OR AN AUTHORISED AGENT OF
BAUMATIC SHOULD CARRY OUT REPAIRS ON THIS UNIT.
DO NOT USE IF THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED. NEVER TAKE RISKS WITH FIRE!
ENSURE YOU CONNECT THIS APPLIANCE TO A SUPPLY RATED AT 220-240V (or 200-230V) and 50HZ.
NOTE: the supporting structure is constructed in panels of treated sheet steel, electrostatically
enamelled to resist ill-treatment and to give long-lasting beauty and shine.
:Do not attempt to alter the specifications of
this appliance. Doing so could damage the
machine, cause injury & invalidate your
warranty. DO NOT USE ADAPTERS/SHUNTS.
:Do not allow children to play with, near or
inside this appliance.
:Do not pull on the power supply cable to
free the plug from the wall!
:Do not attempt to use your appliance
outdoors or any place where it is likely to
come into contact with the elements.
:Do not pull out or insert the plug with wet
hands.
:Before any cleaning or maintenance work,
ensure that the appliance has been
disconnected from the power supply.
:Never allow the back coils of the Appliance to
come into contact with any wall surface.
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE SPACE INTO
WHICH YOU ARE PLACING YOUR APPLIANCE IS
FREE OF STORED ITEMS SUCH AS PAPERS OR
OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIALS.
:NEVER block the VENTILATION OPENINGS OF THE
APPLIANCE EITHER INSIDE OR ON ITS EXTERIOR.
IT IS VITAL TO KEEP YOUR APPLIANCE WELL
VENTILATED SO THAT THERE IS PROPER AIR FLOW
BETWEEN THE BOTTOM OF THE UNIT AND THE
PLINTH / KICK PLATE ON WHICH IT IS SITTING.
:WARNING – DO NOT DAMAGE THE REFRIGERANT
CIRCUIT. AT THE END OF THE FUNCTIONAL LIFE
OF THE EQUIPMENT (WHICH USES COOLING GAS
R600o [ISOBUTANE]) AND INFLAMMABLE GAS
INSIDE THE INSULATING FOAM, IT MUST BE
PLACED IN SAFETY BEFORE SENDING IT FOR
PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL.
PLEASE OBSERVE ALL INSTALLATION ADVICE IN THIS MANUAL FOR
SAFE USAGE OF YOUR APPLIANCE.
Note: Before discarding an old refrigerator/freezer, switch off and disconnect it
from the power supply. Cut off and render any plug useless. Ensure that the door
cannot jam (removing it is best), regardless of whether or not it can be pushed open
from inside. AN OLD FRIDGE/FREEZER CAN BE A DEADLY PLAYTHING FOR CHILDREN!
CONFORMITY TO W.E.E.E. DIRECTIVE
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Using your Baumatic BR15A LARDER-FRIDGE
Your BR15A Built-under
Larder-Fridge:
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1 SHELF: The shelves may be
placed in any of the guide slots
within the interior of the
appliance. They are protected
from sliding out.
To remove a shelf, simply lift the
front of the shelf and carefully
pull it out of the grooves.
Quickly perishable food should be
stored at the back (the coldest
part of your refrigerator).
2 DEFROST WATER OUTLET
The interior of the fridge is cooled
with the cooling plate at the rear
wall. Beneath this, there is a
channel and an outlet for
defrosted water. It is important
that this channel is never clogged.
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Use a plastic straw to clear away
any dirt.
3 CRISPER TRAY & SERVING TRAY
The crisper tray at the bottom of
your refrigerator is covered by the
serving tray. This cover protects
fruit and vegetables stored within
from drying out.
Note that the door liner holds various
shelves containing holders for storing
eggs, cheese, butter and yoghourt, as
well as smaller packages, tubes, cans,
etc. The lower shelf is used for storing
bottles.
THE LIGHT COMES ON WHEN THE
DOOR IS OPENED.
NOTE: BEFORE Using your BR15A FRIDGE:
UPON DELIVERY:
When your Fridge has been delivered, you will need to
wait approximately 8 hours before turning it on. The fluid
of the compressor installed in the appliance will need
time to settle. PLEASE DO NOT PLUG IN ANY EARLIER
THAN THIS!
NOTE:
THERE CAN BE AN ODOUR WHEN
YOU FIRST SWITCH ON THE
APPLIANCE. IT WILL VANISH
WHEN THE UNIT STARTS
COOLING.
We recommend that you
have the Fridge delivered
near to where you plan to
install it so that this fluid
can settle.
SITUATING YOUR FRIDGE
CAUTION: DO NOT PLACE THE APPLIANCE NEAR HEAT SOURCES
AND FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION ADVICE SHOWN ON PAGE 14.
FOR FULL INSTALLATION ADVICE, PLEASE SEE PAGE 14
MAKE A NOTE OF THE LOCATION FOR YOUR NEW FRIDGE. MAKE SURE THAT
IT WILL FIT PROPERLY SO THAT:
1)
The doors can open freely and completely.
2)
You can access your food conveniently.
3)
There is sufficient space at the back for the cooling coils to
give off heat safely & that they do not touch the plug (see SAFETY
SECTION).
NOTE: You can reverse the swing of the door to customise the unit to
your location. Please see page 17 for details.
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USING your Baumatic BR15A FRIDGE
YOU SWITCH ON YOUR APPLIANCE by
PLUGGING IT IN &
SETTING THE
THERMOSTAT
inside the Fridge at
the upper righthand side:
Your Fridge’s thermostat automatically regulates the inside
temperature of the compartments. By rotating the thermostat knob
from a low to a higher number position, colder temperatures can be
obtained.
Refrigerator Thermostat setting
Note: Turning the knob setting towards 7 will make all
the compartments of your fridge colder. Because the
interior temperature may dip below 0°C, you should not
leave your fridge on this setting for long periods.
Settings 3-5: Use these mid-settings for longer storage
of food in the fridge = mid-coldness. Settings below this
will give a milder coldness to the interior of the fridge.
0: This setting will make the fridge STOP (the cool
system is deactivated), although the light will still
function.
REMINDER: On the maximum setting, your
fridge will work harder to maintain this low
temperature. So, after you reach this
temperature, you should turn the knob to a
milder setting (depending on long or shortterm storage intentions).
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USING your Baumatic BR15A FRIDGE
Reminder: Allow the unit time to settle after
delivery. If your plug and power socket are now
behind the fridge and you still need to move the
unit into place, be especially careful. Remember
to leave a safe distance between the back of the
fridge and the wall or rear of the unit cabinet.
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You switch your fridge OFF by turning the
thermostat knob to position ‘0’.
NOTE: When you first switch on the appliance,
allow 24 hours for it to cool down to the desired
temperature. During this time, DO NOT open the
door often or place a lot of food inside the unit.
WARNING! If the appliance is switched off
then switched back on again after a short
period, the compressor will start up again
after approximately half-an-hour. This is
part of the normal operation of the appliance.
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ARRANGING FOOD IN YOUR FRIDGE
• To reduce humidity and the
consequent increase of frost,
NEVER place liquids in unsealed
containers in the refrigerator.
Frost tends to concentrate in
the coldest parts of the
evaporator. In time, the unit
will need more frequent
defrosting if too much humidity
develops inside it.
• DO NOT open the
refrigerator door too often
or leave it open for long
spells of time.
• Make sure that you arrange food
in such a way that the door can
close completely. Be especially
wary of protruding items
between shelves and the inside
of the door, such as bottles.
• You can put fruits and
vegetables into the crisper
without packing them.
• NEVER place warm food inside
the refrigerator. Warm food
must be allowed to cool at room
temperature. It should then be
arranged to ensure adequate air
circulation in the refrigerator
compartment.
• DO NOT ALLOW anything to
touch the refrigerator’s back
wall as it will cause frost. Also,
packaging, especially paper, can
stick to it and spoil.
• Crispy / delicate foods should be
stored in the coldest parts of
the fridge.
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• ARRANGE meat and cleaned
fish (wrapped in packages or
sheets of plastic) which you
will then use within 1-2
days.
• Use the egg holders provided
in the door space to store
your eggs.
• Unpleasant odours within
may mean your fridge needs
cleaning or that food has
spoiled.
• If you are planning on being
away from your refrigerator
for a few days (such as going
on holiday), make sure that
you remove quickly
perishable articles of food
from your fridge before you
go and dispose of them.
NOTES ON USING YOUR FRIDGE
ALWAYS Cover and wrap foods, especially if they are
PUNGENT.
• DO NOT place paper or plastic on the shelves which would
block the flow of air through the grids.
NOTE: At the maximum cold setting, with a high outside (ambient)
temperature and well-stocked (full or nearly full) compartments, the
Fridge’s operation may be continuous, leading to the formation of
some frost on the evaporator.
Should this happen, the knob must be turned to a less cold
position to allow automatic defrosting.
This will also allow lower energy consumption.
REMINDER: You should regulate the temperature of your
Fridge bearing the following in mind:
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Ambient temperature
How often the doors are opened and closed
Quantity of food stored in the compartments
Moisture content of what you place in your fridge
The location of your appliance
IN CASE OF A BLACKOUT (GENERAL POWER FAILURE)
In case of Power Failure, find out how long the electricity will be off. If
the failure is not going to be for any longer than 12 hours, leave the food
in the freezer and keep the door closed.
If the POWER FAILURE is going to last longer than 12 hours and some
food defrosts, consume the latter as soon as possible.
LONG ABSENCES (holidays, etc.): In the case of long absences,
the appliance must be switched off, emptied out completely, dried and
the doors left open to prevent the formation of mould and unpleasant
odours.
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CLEANING / MAINTENANCE
NOTE: Before attempting to clean your appliance, UNPLUG IT and
make sure you do the following:
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU CLEAN AND MAINTAIN YOUR
REFRIGERATOR ONCE A MONTH.
9 Pay particular attention to the sealing rubber bars of the doors. These need to
be kept clean for hygienic reasons as well as to allow the door to close
properly.
9 Leave the door open during cleaning.
9 In order to collect the defrosted water, take out the bottom drawer and soak
up the water using a sponge as shown in the figure pictured below.
Clean the inside of your Fridge using a solution of soda bicarbonate
in warm water (1 tablespoon Bicarbonate to 2 litres of water).
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Clean the condenser (back of unit) with a broom once a year.
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NEVER USE SOLVENTS TO CLEAN THE INSIDE OF YOUR FRIDGE-FREEZER.
MAINTENANCE
FROM TIME TO TIME, YOU WILL NEED TO REPLACE THE
INTERNAL BULB. REMEMBER TO UNPLUG YOU APPLIANCE FIRST
Find the lamp housing in
the top right of the
refrigerator’s interior.
Gently move the
transparent lamp cover
plate from the lamp cradle.
Unscrew the bulb and replace
with a new one, maximum
(10W).
HOW TO CLEAN THE CONDENSER –
The condenser consists of the coil structure at the
back of the refrigerator. Over time, it may gather a
large amount of dust.
(SEE NEXT PAGE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON CLEANING)
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CLEANING / MAINTENANCE
Your appliance is equipped with a sound alarm which
will sound to indicate that it is time to clear this dust
from the condenser structure at the back of your
appliance.
• Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
• If the air opening in the bottom rail of the fridge
is obstructed, remove the items responsible.
• It dirty or dusty, you should clean or
vacuum it (see the figure below).
To remove Dust from the
Condenser
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2.
3.
Remove the
bottom board of
the unit cabinet.
Push a finger
through the
opening in the
bottom rail and
release the
fastener.
Pull the rail towards
you and remove it.
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5.
6.
Pull the condenser
dish out.
Use the vacuum
cleaner to clean the
dust from the
condenser.
Replace the
condenser dish and
the bottom rail in
the opposite order to
taking them out.
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DEFROSTING
Defrosting occurs fully automatically in the
refrigerator compartment during normal operation.
The defrosted water collected by the evaporating tray
evaporates automatically.
NOTE: The evaporating tray & water drain hole
should be cleaned periodically with a plastic
straw to prevent water from collecting on the
bottom of the refrigerator instead of flowing out.
TIPS FOR ENERGY SAVINGS
9 Try not to open the door too often, especially when
the weather is wet and hot. Once you open the
door, be sure to close it as soon as possible.
9 Use higher thermostat settings only if essential
and not for constant, long-term use.
9 Before loading the appliance with packages of
fresh foods, ensure they are cooled to an ambient
temperature (except in the case of soup).
9 Ice and frost layering will increase energy
consumption, so defrost & clean the appliance as
soon as the layer is 3-5mm thick in your icebox.
9 If the door seal (gasket) is damaged, the energy
consumption will be much higher. To keep the
sealing in good condition, be sure not to spill oils
or fats on it. A damaged seal will need to be
replaced. Make sure that if you have reversed the
door, you fluff out the crushed side of the seal with
a hairdryer before reinserting it.
9 The condenser at the back of the appliance must
always be clean and free of excessive dust.
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INSTALLING YOUR BR15A REFRIGERATOR
NOTE – YOU
NEED THE
SPACES SHOWN
AT LEFT TO
INSTALL YOUR
APPLIANCE.
Ensure there is
sufficient space
behind the
cooling coils at
the back of
your Fridge
Ensure that you are
going to be placing your
fridge away from heat
sources and in a wellventilated position. This
should be at least 3 cm
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away from electric stoves
and 30 cm from oil or coal
stoves. Do not place the
appliance in the path of
direct sunlight.
After removing the rear
wall of the cabinet, push
the appliance into the
kitchen unit’s space and
allow at least 4mm free
space on both sides
between the appliance
and the side walls of the
kitchen unit (Fig.1, at
right). Allow 38mm space
between back of the
fridge and the wall.
2)
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INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE- CONTINUED
Fitting Bar
Install the Fitting Bar (shown in the picture below) so that
it attaches to the top of the appliance and underneath the
top of the cabinetry,indicated by the arrow:
*Please be aware that the Fitting Bar is not attached to
the appliance and needs to be secured during
installation.
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Fitting the Décor Door
NOTE:
You need
the tools
shown
here.
1) Using a 2.8mm
diameter bit, make
holes sufficient to
attach the rail as
shown on the left.
NOTE – door area
below the rail
must reach to just
below appliance.
2) Fix the hanging
rail onto the inside
of the décor door
using two 10mm
screws, centering it
so that 262mm of
its width is on either
side of the
imaginary vertical
middle line of the
décor door.
3) Clasp the eyelet holes in
the rail on the inside of the
décor door over the bolts
protruding from the top edge
of the refrigerator door.
Secure these using the nut
caps provided, as shown in
the above illustration. Make
sure that you have the décor
door attached levelly before
proceeding to the lower
fastenings as shown on right.
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Fastening your Refrigerator to under the Worktop
Drill two holes
and attach your
fridge to the
underside of your
worktop as
shown in figure
at left.
Adjusting the feet to level your Appliance
Adjust the feet (see picture at
right) until your Fridge sits levelly
on your floor. You can level your
unit using these adjustable feet to
compensate for dips and rises in
your floor surface.
NOTE: You can adjust the height
from 82 to 90 cm. The height
MUST be adjusted before the
appliance is built into the unit
space designated for it.
DO NOT MOVE THE FRIDGE WHEN THE FEET ARE EXTENDED HIGH!
Adjusting the
base
Place the plinth fascia over
the area indicated with
arrows and push into place
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Reversing the swing of the Door
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4.
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4.
Figure 1 – View of doors
NOTE:
Figure 2 - View of doorway
All numbered references apply to both pictures for your
convenience.
1) On the hinge-less side of the fridge’s door, remove the caps (1) that cover
the hinge bracket holes. Keep these in a safe place nearby.
2) Remove the upper hinge (2) using a star-head screwdriver to remove the
screws.
3) Detach and remove the lower hinge (3) by doing the same as you had to
the top hinge.
4) Flip the top hinge and bring it over and down to the bottom corner that is
diagonally opposed to it (4). Screw it in.
5) Flip the bottom hinge and bring it over and up to the top corner that is
diagonally opposed to it (5). Screw it in.
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6) Attach the door to the doorway, ensuring that all the holes where the
hinges had formerly been screwed into are now covered with the caps you
had previously removed. Troubleshooting
Trace a problem using the table below instead of having to call for help.
PROBLEM
WHAT TO DO
CHECK THAT THE PLUG IS WELL-INSERTED INTO THE
POWER SOCKET
CHECK THAT THERE IS POWER FROM THE MAINS –
THERE MAY BE A BLACKOUT OR YOUR FUSES MAY HAVE
BLOWN.
YOUR FRIDGE DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE
WORKING / NO APPARENT POWER
CHECK THAT THE ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT (REGULATOR
FOUND ON THE INSIDE WALL OF THE FRIDGE-FREEZER
NEAR THE TOP) IS IN THE RECOMMENDED FUNCTIONING
POSITION AND NOT ‘0’ (OFF).
CHECK THAT THE SOCKET IS SUFFICIENT AND NO
ADAPTER OR EXTENSION LEADS HAVE BEEN USED.
CHECK THAT THE POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
CORRESPONDS TO THE APPLIANCE.
YOU HAVE OVERLOADED THE APPLIANCE OR FOOD HAS
BEEN PACKED TOO TIGHTLY. TAKE OUT
AND CONSUME FOOD; LOOK FOR OUT-OF-DATE FOOD
THAT CAN BE DISPOSED OF.
THE THERMOSTAT SETTING IS SET TOO LOW. SET IT
HIGHER.
YOUR FRIDGE APPEARS TO BE
PERFORMING POORLY
ENSURE THAT THE DOOR HAS BEEN CLOSED PROPERLY.
FOR INSTANCE, THERE MAY BE A PROBLEM INSIDE THE
UNIT, KEEPING THE DOOR OPEN OR ANOTHER
FAULT, SUCH AS A BROKEN OR MISSING
DOOR SEAL.
ENSURE THAT THERE IS NO DUST ON THE CONDENSER.
ENSURE THAT THERE IS ENOUGH ROOM AT THE REAR AND
SIDES OF THE UNIT.
THERE IS A NOISE
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THE COOLING GAS WHICH CIRCULATES MAY MAKE
A SLIGHT NOISE (BUBBLING SOUND) EVEN WHEN
THE COMPRESSOR IS NOT RUNNING. THIS IS
NORMAL. IF THESE SOUNDS CHANGE, ENSURE:
YOUR UNIT IS WELL LEVELLED /
NOTHING IS TOUCHING THE REAR OF THE UNIT /
NO MATERIAL ON THE APPLIANCE IS VIBRATING.
NOTE: A SOUND LIKE FLOWING WATER IS PERFECTLY
NATURAL AS IT INDICATES THAT THE REFRIGERANT IS
FLOWING. THIS IS NOT A MALFUNCTION.
ADDITIONAL NOTE: SHOULD THE CABINET’S SIDE PANEL HEAT UP, THIS IS NORMAL. IT WILL
DO THIS IN SUMMER WITH A HIGH AMBIENT TEMPERATURE OR IF THE DOOR HAS BEEN
OPENED AND CLOSED FREQUENTLY. IT IS THE RESULT OF HEAT’S DISSIPATING FROM INSIDE
THE CABINET AND IS NOT DETRIMENTAL TO YOUR REFRIGERATOR IN ANY WAY.
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Baumatic Ltd. Conditions of guarantee
Dear Customer,
Your new Baumatic appliance comes complete with a free 12 month guarantee covering both parts and
labour costs resulting from defective materials or workmanship.
Baumatic also gives you the opportunity to automatically extend the guarantee period for a further 12
months at no extra cost, giving an initial guarantee period of 24 months. The extended guarantee period
applies to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland only.
To qualify for your full 24 months guarantee you must register your appliance within 28 days of purchase
to be covered under this guarantee. This can be done online via: www.baumatic.co.uk or through returning
the guarantee card which can be found in each new Baumatic appliance.
* In addition, your appliance is covered by a 5 year parts warranty. Baumatic Ltd will provide free of
charge the parts required to repair the appliance, only if they are fitted by a Baumatic engineer, for any
defect that arises due to faulty materials or workmanship within a period of 5 years from the original
purchase date.
* An additional 1 to 3 year insurance scheme for labour is available should you wish to extend the
warranty period.
Should any person other than an authorised representative of Baumatic Ltd interfere with the appliance, the
policy is negated and Baumatic Ltd will be under no further liability.
The guarantee covers the appliance for normal domestic use only, unless otherwise stated.
Any claims made under the terms of the guarantee must be supported by the original invoice/bill of sale
issued at the time of purchase.
This guarantee is transferable only with the written consent of Baumatic Ltd.
If the appliance fails and is considered either not repairable or uneconomical to repair between 12 months
(2 years if registered) and five years, a free of charge replacement will not be offered.
The guarantee for any replacement will only be for the remainder of the guarantee on the original product
purchased.
The guarantee does not cover:
- Sinks and taps
- Failure to comply with the manufacturers instructions for use.
- The replacement of cosmetic components of accessories
- Accidental damage or wilful abuse.
- Subsequent loss or damage owing to the failure of the appliance or electrical supply
- Incorrect installation
- Losses caused by Acts of God, civil war, failure to obtain spare parts, strikes or lockouts
- Filters, fuses, light bulbs, external hoses, damage to bodywork, paintwork, plastic items, covers,
baskets, trays, shelves, burner bases, burner caps, decals, corrosion, rubber seals.
In the course of the work carried out it may be necessary to remove the appliance from it operating
position. Whilst all reasonable care will be taken, Baumatic Ltd cannot accept responsibility for damage
sustained to any property whatsoever in this process.
This guarantee is in addition to and does not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
Contacting Baumatic Ltd
Sales
Service
Spares
TEL: 0118 933 6900
TEL: 0118 933 6911
TEL: 0118 933 6922
FAX: 0118 931 0035
FAX: 0118 986 9124
FAX: 0118 933 6942
For ROI (Republic of Ireland), please contact one of the numbers below:
TEL: 01 – 6266798
FAX: 01 - 6266634
Technical/Advice
0118 933 6933
0118 933 6942
Thanks you for buying Baumatic.
* Applies to UK, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland only (Republic of Ireland has 1 year labour & 1 year parts warranty only)
Headquarters
Baumatic Ltd.
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading,
Berkshire
RG2 0QX, United Kingdom
Sales Telephone
+44 118 933 6900
Sales Fax
+44 118 931 0035
Service Telephone
+44 118 933 6911
Service Fax
+44 118 986 9124
Spares Telephone
+44 118 933 6922
Technical / Advice Telephone
+44 118 933 6933
E-mail:
sales@baumatic.co.uk
technical@baumatic.co.uk
Http (Internet site):
www.baumatic.com
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