Danby Designer D1052W Owner`s manual

Model, Mod(_le,Modelo
D1052W
PUSH BUTTON
DEFROST
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MANUEL
D'UTILISATION
MANUALDEL
PROPIETARIO
Model, Modele, Modelo
D1052W
PUSH BUTTON
DEFROST
REFRIGERATOR
CAUTION:
Owner's Manual ........................
Read and follow all safety rules
and operating instructionsbefore
first useof this product.
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Safety Instructions
Installation
Operation
Care and Maintenance
Trouble Shooting
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Manuel
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les
consignes de securite et les
instructions d'utilisation avant
rutilisation initialede ce produit.
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d'utilisation
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Consignes de securite
Instructions
Fonctionnement
Soins et entretien
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REFRIGERADOR
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Manual del propietario
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operacion antes de usar este
productopor primeravez.
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Instrucciones de seguridad
Instalaci6n
Operaci6n
Cuidado y Mantenimiento
Soluci6n Sugerida
Limited, PO Box 1778, Ontario, Canada
N1H 6Z9
Inc., PO Box 669, Findlay, Ohio, USA 45839-0669
1052.06.02
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PRODUCT
WARRANTY
This qualityproductis warrantedto be free frommanufacturer'sdefectsin materialandworkmanship,providedthat theunit is usedunderthe normaloperating
conditionsintendedby themanufacturer.
This warrantyis availableonly tothe personto whomthe unit wasoriginallysoldby Danbyor byan authorizeddistributorof Danby,andis non-transferable.
TERMSOFWARRANTY
Plasticparts(ie. evaporatordoor,door rails,coversandtrays arewarrantedfor thirty (30)daysonly frompurchasedate,withno extensionsprovided.
FirstYear
Duringthefirst year(1), anyelectricalpartsof thisproductfoundto bedefective,including
anysealedsystemunits,will berepairedor
replaced,at warrantor'soption,at no chargeto theORIGINALpurchaser.
Consumableparts(ie. lightbulbs)are notwarrantedor
guaranteedfor any lengthof time.
SecondThrough
FifthYear
Duringthenext four years(4)any part ofthe sealedsystemfoundto bedefective(consistingof compressor,condenser,evaporator,
dryerandall relatedtubing)wilI bereplacedwithoutcharge.The purchasershallpay for all laborand returnfreightduringthisfour year
(4)periodfor repairor replacementof any sealedsystemcomponents.Any unit beingdiagnosedas non-functionaldueto sealed
systemfailureandwarrantingan exchangeduringthe existingfour(4) yearswill be subjectto an appropriatedepreciationor userfee,
includingany andaIIfreightchargesbeingleviedagainsttheconsumer.
ToObtainService
Danbyreservesthe rightto limitboundariesof"tn HomeService"dueto the proximityof an AuthorizedServiceDepot.Any appliance
requiringserviceoutsidethe LimitedBoundariesof "In HomeService",itwill be thecustomer'sresponsibilityto transporttheappliance
to the closestAuthorizedServiceDepotat theirown expense.Contactyourdealerfromwhomyourunit waspurchased,or contactyour
nearestauthorizedDanbyservicedepot,whereservicemust be performedbya qualifiedservicetechnician.If serviceis performedon
the unitsby anyoneotherthanan authorizedservicedepot,or the unit is usedfor commercialappIication,all obligationsof Danbyunder
this warrantyshallbeat anend.
Thefollowingclauserefersto singleanddoubledoor refrigerators,suppliedwithor withouta separatefreezersection. Nothingwithinthis warrantyshallimply
thatDanbywill be responsibleor liablefor any spoilageor damageto foodor othercontentsof this appliance,whetherdueto any defectof the appliance,or its
use,whetherproperor improper.
EXCLUSIONS
Saveas hereinprovided,DanbyProductsLimited(Canada)or DanbyProductsinc. (U.S.A.),thereare no otherwarranties,conditions,representationsor
guarantees,expressor implied,madeor intendedby DanbyProductsLimitedor its authorizeddistributorsandall otherwarranties,conditions,representationsor
guarantees,includingany warranties,conditions,representationsor guaranteesunderany Saleof GoodsAct or likelegislationor statueis herebyexpressly
excluded.Saveashereinprovided,DanbyProductsLimited(Canada)or DanbyProductsInc. (U.S.A),shallnotbe responsiblefor any damagesto personsor
property,includingthe unititself,howsoevercausedor any consequentiaI
damagesarisingfromthe malfunctionof theunit and bythe purchaseof the unit,the
purchaserdoesherebyagreeto indemnifyandsaveharmlessDanbyProductsLimitedfrom anyclaimfor damagesto personsor propertycausedbythe unit.
GENERALPROVISIONS
No warrantyor insurancehereincontainedor setoutshallappIywhendamageor repairis causedbyany of thefollowing:
1) PowerFailure.
2) Damageintransitor whenmovingthe appliance.
3) improperpowersupplysuchaslowvoltage,defectivehousewiringor inadequatefuses.
4) Accident,alteration,abuseor misuseof theappliancesuchas inadequateair circulationin theroomor abnormaloperatingconditions,
(extremelyhigh or low roomtemperature).
5) Usefor commercialor industrialpurposes.
6) Fire,waterdamage,theft,war, riot,hostility,acts of Godsuchas hurricanes,floodsetc.
7) Servicecallsresultingincustomereducation.
Proofof purchasedatewill be requiredfor warrantyclaims;so,pleaseretainbillsof sale. inthe eventwarrantyserviceis required,presentthis documentto our
AUTHORIZEDSERVICEDEPOT.
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Air Conditioners
Refrigerators
WarrantyService
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Dehumidifiers
Compacts
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Freezers
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Telephone:(419)425-8627FAX: (419)425-8629
Fig. A
PushButton Defrost
ATTENTION
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
Thisappliancemustbegrounded.Intheeventofan electricalshort
circuit,groundingreducesthe risk d electricalshockby providing
anescapewirefortheelectricalcurrent.Thisapplianceisequipped
witha cordhavinga groundingwirewitha groundingplug.Theplug
must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed
andgrounded.
WARNING - Improperuseofthe groundingplugcanresultin a
riskofelectricshock. Consulta qualifiedelectricianorserviceman
if the groundinginstructionsare not completelyunderstood,or if
doubtexistsasto whetherthe applianceis properlygrounded.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION
CORD
Usean exclusivewall outlet. Do notconnectyourrefrigeratorto
extensioncordsor togetherwithany otherappliancein the same
walloutlet. Donotsplicethe cord.
IMPORTANTWARNING
An emptyrefrigeratoris a very dangerousattractionto children.
Removeeitherthe gasket, latches,lids or doorsfrom unused
appliances,or take some other action that will guaranteeit
harmless.
DON'T WALT! DO IT NOW!
EI'_J_ I_lt;Tit
Removeexteriorand interiorpackings,wipethe outsidethoroughly
with a softdry clothand the insidewitha wet,lukewarmcloth. Avoid
placingthe cabinetin a narrowrecessor nearanyheatsource,direct
sunlight,or moisture. Let air circulatefreely around the cabinet.
Keepthe rearof the refrigerator5 inchesawayfromthe wall.
Location
1. Selecta placewith a strong,levelfloor.
2. Allow5 inchesof space betweenthe backof the refrigeratorand
anyadjacentwall.
3. Avoiddirect sunlight and heat. Direct sunlight may affect the
acryliccoating. Heatsourcesnearbywill causehigherelectricity
consumption.
4. Avoidvery moistplaces. Toomuchmoisturein the air will cause
frostto formvery quicklyon the evaporator,and your refrigerator
willhaveto be defrostedmorefrequently.
To avoid vibration,the cabinetmust be set level. This is accomplishedby
adjustingthe (2) frontlevelinglegslocatedunderthe refrigeratorcabinet. To
startthe refrigerator,turn the temperaturecontrol(OFF-MAX)to the position
correspondingto the desiredcooling, ffTg..4)
OFF = No Cooling
1= Minimum Cooling
4 = MediumCooling
MAX= MaximumCooling
Therefrigerator
temperature
willvarydependingon thequantityof the
foodstoredand onthefrequencywithwhichthedooris opened.
Defrosting
This refrigeratorisequippedwitha "PushButton"(semi-automatic)
defrostthermostatsystemwhichmeansno needto unplugthe
refrigeratorand no needto changethetemperaturesettingbefore
initiatingthedefrostcycle.
Beforestartingthedefrostcyclemakesure;
1.the defrosttray is properlypositioneddiredly belowthe
freezercompartment.
2.the defrosttray bafflelocatedinsidethe defrosttray (at
rear)is in the openposition.(fullyextended)
Thishelpsto directdefrostwaterrunningoff the backof
thefreezercompartmentintothe defrosttray.
3.the draincap issecurelyattachedto the defrosttray
drain.(undersideofthe tray)
Toactivatethe defrostcycle,simplypush(in)the"red"defrostbutton
locatedin the centerof thecontrolknob/dial.(thereis no needtoturn
the controldial/knobto 0 = off position) Thedefrostcyclestarts
immediately
whenthe red defrostbuttonisactivated(pushed-in)
The
defrostwateraccumulatesinsidethe defrosttray.Whendefrostingis
complete,the "red"defrostbuttonwill release(pop-out)automatically
and resumenormaloperating(cooling)conditions.
Todisposeof the accumulated
waterfromthe defrosttray,position
the clearplasticstoragebin (upperdoorshelf)diredlyunderthe
defrosttraydrainopeningand unscrewthe draincapallowingthe
waterto flowintothecontainer.Replacethedraincapwhenthetray
iscompletelyempty.Disposeofthe defrostwater.
NOTE:If the red pushbutton(defrostcycle)is "accidentally"
activated,itwill not be possibleto "manually"pull-outthe pushbutton
to stopthe defrostcycle.Youmusteitherletthedefrostcyclerun it's
courseor;
1.Apply(hold)a dishclothsoakedin hotwateragainstthethermostat
capillarylineand bracket,locatedonthe undersideofthe freezer
compartment.Theheattransferfromthedishclothwillcausea
temperatureriseon thethermostatcapillary,(sensingline)causing
the internalcontactsof thethermostatto closeandresumenormal
operatingconditions.It maytakeseveralminutesand/orrepeat
applicationsbeforethedefrostbuttonwill release.
Defrostingof yourrefrigeratorshouldtake placewheneverthe ice
build-up(accumulation)
insidethefreezercompartmentreachesa
thicknessof 114"(6ram).Defrostingmaytakea few hours,depending
on the amountof accumulatediceandambientindoortemperature.
Tospeed-upthedefrostingprocess,removeall frozenfoodsfromthe
freezersection.Leavingthe doorpartiallyajar fora shortperiodof
timewill alsoacceleratethe process.
IMPORTANT:
Youmustrememberto closethe refrigeratordoor
beforethedefrostcycleterminatesand normaloperatingconditions
resumeautomatically.
IMPORTANT
NOTICE:Neverusesharpor pointedinstrumentsto
defrost/remove
icefromthe evaporator/freezer
compartment.The
evaporator/freezer
compartment
containsrefrigeratedgaslinesand if
punched/pierced,
willrenderthe refrigeratorinoperableand "void"the
manufacturers
warranty.
DO NOTALLOW
THE REFRIGERATOR
TOCONTINUE
OPERATION
IF THEEVAPORATOR/FREEZER
COMPARTMENT
IS
ACCIDENTALLY
PIERCED.UNPLUGTHEPOWERCORDAND
CALLFORSERVICEIMMEDIATELY.
NOTE:
Always
wait3~5minutes
before
attempting
torestart
the
refrigerator
ifoperation
hasbeeninterrupted.
• Shouldthe refrigeratorbe storedwithoutusefor long periodsit
is suggested,aftera carefulcleaning,to leavethe doorajar to
allowthe air to circulateinsidethe cabinetin orderto avoid
possibleformationsof condensate,moldor odors.
Ice Cube Tray
Ice cubetray is flexible. Twisttray to removeice cubes. If the
ice cubetray is frozen hardto theevaporatorsurface,run a little
wateroverthe tray. Neverusea knifeor othermetalinstrument
to removeice cubetray becausethis maydamagethe
evaporator,ff)g. d'J
Fig. B
Cleaning
Tocleanthe inside,usea softcloth and a solutionof a
tablespoonof bakingsodato one quartof water,or a mildsoap
sudssolution,or somemilddetergent.Washice cubetray,drip
tray, and glideout shelvesin a milddetergentsolution,thendry
and wipewitha soft cloth. Cleanthe outsidewith a softdamp
clothand somemilddetergentor appliancecleaner.
Vacation Time
Forshortvacationperiods,leavethe controlknobsat their usual
settings. Duringlongerabsences;
(a) removeall foods,
(b) disconnectfrom electricaloutlet,
(c) cleanthe refrigeratorthoroughly,includingdefrostpan,
(d) leavedoor opento avoidpossibleformationsof condensate,
moldor odors.
Power Failure
Mostpowerfailuresare correctedwithinan houror two and will
not affectyour refrigeratortemperatures.However,you should
minimizethe numberof door openingswhilethe poweris off.
Duringpowerfailuresof longerduration,take stepsto protect
yourfoodby placingdry iceon top of packages.
If You Move
Removeor securelyfastendownall looseitemsinsidethe
refrigerator.Toavoiddamagingthe levelinglegs,turnthem all
the way intothebase.
Some Important Rules for the
Correct Use of the Refrigerator
• Neverplacehotfoodsin the refrigerator.
• Beveragesshouldbe storedin sealedcontainers.
• Foodsto be storedfor a longtime shouldbe wrappedin
cellophaneor polyethylene,or kept in glasscontainers.
Neverplacespoiledfoods in the cabinet.
• Don'toverloadthecabinet.
• Don'topenthe door unlessnecessary.
Food Storage Suggestions
FreshFoodCompartment
• Nevercoverfoodcompartmentshelveswithaluminumfoilor
anyothershelf coveringmaterialwhichmay prevent
air circulation.
• Alwaysremoveporousstorewrappingpaperfrom meats,
poultryand fish. Meatsshouldbe wrappedindividually
and placedin a dishfor storage.Wrapfish and poultryin foil
or heavywaxedpaper. Mostfish shouldbe usedthe sameday
of purchase.Packagedmeatssuchas ham,bacon,driedbeef,
or frankfurter,storebest in theiroriginalpackages.
• Allowwarmfoodsto coolto roomtemperaturebeforeplacing
themin the refrigerator.
• Alwayscoveropendishesof food,especiallyleftovers. Use
leftoverswithin2 or 3 days.
Vegetable Crisper
Thevegetablecrisperis locatedatthe bottomof the refrigerator
compartmentand iscoveredto retainmoisture.The crisper
compartmentwill enableyouto storefruitsand vegetableswhich
wouldotherwisedryout rapidly.Thehumiditylevelinsidethe
crispercanbe controlledby adjustingthe slidingdampercontrol
locatedat the front ofthe crisperdrawer.
Technical and Structural Operation Features
Hermeticallysealedcoolingunitwith midget2 pole motor.
Rustproofanodized"Roll-Bond"aluminumfreezer(or Pipeon
Sheetaluminumfreezer)of highthermalconductivity.Adjustable
thermostatfor automatictemperaturecontrol.
Cabinetbondrizedand acylic-enameled
accordingto the most
modernelectrostaticsprayingtechniques. High-density
polyurethanetheramalinsulation.Magneticdoorclosuregasket.
LIGHT BULB REPLACEMENT: This refrigerator uses
a standard 40 watt appliance light bulb which can be
purchased at most local hardware and grocery
stores. To replace the light bulb, (no tools required)
simply unscrew light bulb and install replacement.
Frequently,
aproblem
isminor
andaservice
callmaynotbenecessary,
usethistroubleshooting
guide
forapossible
solution.
If
theunitcontinues
tooperate
improperly,
callanauthorized
service
depot
orDanby's
TollFreeNumber
forassistance.
Does
notwork
Power
cordisunplugged.
Wrong
voltage
isbeing
used.
Check
connection
ofpower
cordto
power
source.
Pluginunit.
Useproper
voltage,
Cools
toofrequently
Temperature
control
toohigh.
Door
isnotclosed.
Hotfoodinserted.
Door
opened
toolong
ortoooften.
Close
proximity
toheatsource
ordirect
sunlight.
Check
setting
andadjust
asneeded,
Close
doorsecurely.
Besurethatfoodiscoolbefore
inserting.
DONOTkeep
dooropen
fortoolong.
MINIMIZE
dooropenings.
DONOTplace
unitclose
toheatsources
ordirect
sunlight.
Internal
temperature
toocold
Temperature
control
toohigh.
Check
setting
andadjust
asneeded,
Internal
temperature
notcoldenough
Nopower
tounit.
Power
cordisunplugged.
Temperature
control
toolow.
Door
isnotclosed.
Hotfoodinserted.
Door
opened
toolong
ortoooften.
Airflowobstruction.
Wrong
voltage
isbeing
used.
Close
proximity
toheatsource
ordirect
sunlight.
Check
connection
ofpower
cordto
power
source.
Pluginunit.
Check
setting
andadjust
asneeded.
Close
doorsecurely.
Besurethatfoodiscoolbefore
inserting.
DONOTkeep
dooropen
fortoolong.
MINIMIZE
dooropenings.
Allowroom
forairtocirculate
around
unit.
Useproper
voltage.
DONOTplace
unitclose
toheatsources
ordirect
sunlight.
Temperature
control
toolow.
Check
setting
andadjust
asneeded.
Door
notclosed.
Hotfoodisinserted.
Door
opened
toolong
ortoooften.
Wrong
voltage
isbeing
used.
Close
doorsecurely.
Besurethatfoodiscoolbefore
inserting.
DONOTkeep
dooropen
fortoolong.
Nopower
tounit.
Check
connection
ofpower
cordto
power
source.
Pluginunit.
Tighten
orreplace
thebulb.Check
the
switch
forobstructions
andclean.
Freezer
isnotcold
enough
Light
willnotwork
Nopower
tounit.
Power
cordisunplugged.
Bulbisloose,
needs
replacing
orthedoorswitch
isstuck.
Useproper
voltage.
1. THERMOSTAT
DIAL:Forcontrolling
thetemperature
inside
therefrigerator/freezer.
Turns
themotor
onassoon
asthe
temperature
risesabove
thedesired
level.
2. FREEZING
COMPARTMENTWlTH
REVERSIBLE
FREEZER
DOOR:
Separate
freezer
section
holds
icecube
trayandfrozen
foods
3. ICECUBE
TRAY:
Icecubes
areeasily
removed
fromthetray.
(Notshown)
4. PLASTIC
COATED
SHELVES:
3fullwidth
shelves,
2half
shelves
areodorresistant,
rustproof
andremovable
foreasy
cleaning.
5. DRIP
TRAY:
Catches
thewater
thatdrips
offtheevaporator
when
defrosting.
6. MAGNETIC
GASKET:
Tight
fitting
door
sealkeeps
allthe
cooling
power
locked
inside.
Nohooks
orlatches.
7. CRISPER
WITH
PLEXI-GLASS
SHELF:
Easy
interior
viewing.
8. CANSTOR
DOOR
LINER:
Holds
355mLcans
ofpop,
juice,
orbeer.
9. AllPurpose
Storage
Container:
foreggs,
butter
cheese
etc.
canalsobeused
tocollect
defrost
water
during
defrost
cycle.
DoorReversalInstructions
CAUTION: To avoidpersonalinjuryto yourselfand/or
property,we recommendsomeoneassistyou duringthedoor
reversalprocess.
1. Toaccessthe lowerhingeassembly,tilt backthe refrigerator
cabinetor laythe refrigeratoron its back. (f_g.O)
2. Removebothlevelinglegslocatedat the frontof the cabinet.
3. Removethescrewsholdingthe lowerhingeassemblyto
the cabinet.
4. Removethe maindoor assemblyfromthe refrigeratorcabinet.
(opendoorandpu//down)
5. Remove(unscre_the maindoortop hinge pin. (f_g.D)
6. Re-installthe maindoortop hingepin on the oppositesideof
the cabinet.
7. Removethedoor plugand door bushinglocatedon thetop of
the maindoorassembly.
8. Interchangepositions. #b..doorp/ugri,dhts/de,doorbushing
left .sTate.)
9. Re-installmaindoor assemblyon cabinet.
I0.Removedoorbushing(hottomdoofJand
installon oppositeside.
11. Re-installthe lowerhingeassemblyon the oppositeside.
12. Makesurethe door assemblyis properlyalignedon the
cabinet,beforetighteninglowerhingescrews.
13. Re-installbothlevelinglegs.
Theprocessis nowcomplete.
/
Fig. C
Fig. D
Freezer
DoorReversal
Instructions:
Thefreezer
door
assembly
onthisrefrigerator
isfactor),
installed
toopen
witharighthand
door
swing.
(same
swing
astherefrigerator
main
door)
itispossible
tochange
thedoorswing
froma
righthand
swing
toIdthand
swing
byfollowing
thebelow
procedures.
1.Open
thefreezer
door
2,Detach
thefreezer
door
spring
fromthebracket
located
ontherightsideedge
ofthefreezer
door.
3.Using
afiathead
screwdriver,
place
thehead
ofthescrewdriver
asshown
inillustration
# 1.
4.While
holding
thefreezer
door,
push
down
onthehandle
ofthescrewdriver
until
thetopfreezer
doorpinclears
thehinge
hole,
5,While
holding
thefreezer
door,
carefully
tiltthedoortowards
yourself
until
the
hinge
pinclears
theframe,
6.Liftthefreezer
upward
untilthebottom
freezer
doorhinge
pinclears
thebottom
hinge
hole.
7.Turn
thefreezer
doorupside
down.
8.Reverse
thefreezer
doorbushings,
NOTE:
Therubber
bushing
must
bepositioned
(placed)
atthebottom
ofthefreezer
door,
Thesolid
bushing
onthetopofthefreezer
door,
9.Remove
(lift)thefreezer
door
spring
fromtheframe
asshown
inillustration
#2,
10,Reinstall
thefreezer
doorspring
ontheleftsideoftheframe,
Place
thespring
inthebottom
holefirst,
CAUTION:
Before
re-installing
thefreezer
door,
remember
toholdthefreezer
dooratanangle
(approx.
60degree)
when
inserting
thehinge
pinintothehinge
holetoavoid
breakage
ofthepin.
11.insert
thebottom
hinge
pinfirstintothehinge
holeontheleftsideoftheframe.
12.While
pushing
down
thebottom
hinge,
(rubber
bushing
willcompress),
carefully
guide
thetopfreezer
doorhinge
pinintothetophinge
hole.
13.Open
thefreezer
doorandattach
thedoor
spring
tothebracket
located
ontheleft
sideedge
ofthefreezer
door,
illustration
#1