IK007 integration kit installation manual refrigeration

IK007 integration kit installation manual
refrigeration
STM3900, STM4200,
SBM3800, SBM4300,
WTM2800, WTM3000, WTM3300, WTM3900, WTM4200, WTM4400, WTM5200,
WTE4200, WTE5200,
WBM3700, WBM3800, WBM4000, WBM4300, WBM5100,
WBE4300, WBE5100,
WRM3700, WRM4300,
WFM3000, WFM3600,
KTM3600, KTM3900, KTM4200, KTM4400, KTM5200,
KBM3800, KBM4300, KBM5100.
2 contents refrigeration integration kit
Congratulations
Contents
Congratulations and thank you for choosing our integration
kit. Before you install the integration kit, we recommend that
you read through the entire installation manual.
To avoid the risks that are always present when you install
an electrical appliance, it is important that the integration kit
and appliance is installed correctly. Please read the safety
instructions in this installation manual as well as the appliance’s
user manual to carefully to avoid misuse and hazards.
We recommend that you keep this instruction booklet
for future reference and pass it on to any future owners.
After unpacking the integration kit please check it is not
damaged. If in doubt, do not use the integration kit but
contact your local Electrolux Customer Care Centre.
• General warnings
• Refrigerator integration kit items
• Cupboard dimensions
• Installation of 120˚ hinge
• Preparation
• Attaching top hinge bracket
• Attaching slide-housing to refrigerator doors
• Placing refrigerator in cupboard
• Refrigerator alignment • Securing refrigerator in cupboard
• Attaching slide-bar to cupboard door
before you call
Please ensure you read the installation manual fully
before you call for service, or a full service fee could
be applicable.
environmental tip
Information on disposal for users
• Most of the packing materials are recyclable. Please dispose
of those materials through your local recycling depot or by
placing them in appropriate collection containers.
• If you wish to discard this product, please contact your
local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
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refrigeration integration kit general warnings 3
General warnings
Please read the installation manual carefully and store in a
handy place for later reference. Pass the installation manual
on to possible new owners of the refrigerator. Please refer to
the fridge user manual for warnings relating to the appliance.
The symbols you will see in this booklet have these meanings:
tips and information
This symbol indicates tips and information about use
of the refrigerator
environmental tip
This symbol indicates tips and information about
economical and ecological use of the refrigerator
NOTE: We strongly recommend that a professional
builder/cabinetmaker builds this unit into required
cabinetry prior to finished installation in customer’s
kitchen. Electrolux can not take responsibility for
any installation issues when customer retrofits this
product into cabinetry. Cabinet door height built in
excess of refrigerator door height will be unsupported
and risk bowing.
NOTE: Please refer to your Appliance User Manual for
warnings relating to the appliance.
4 kit items refrigeration integration kit
Refrigerator integration kit items
Because this kit is common to a variety of models, you need
to select the items required to suit your model. The items
required for the models covered in this instruction booklet
are shown below.
Those items not required on your particular model should
be discarded.
item
quantity in kit
120°
120°
hinge
120°
hinge
120°
hinge
hinge
quantity required
description
two door model
single door model
Top Hinge Bracket
PNº 1433129
1
1
1
Slide-Housing
PNº 1445132
2
2
1
Slide-Bar
PNº 1421620
2
2
1
Location Bracket
Front Footing
PNº 1444993
1
1
1
Refrigerator Screws
PNº 741249
8
8
4
Cupboard Screws
PNº 1449422
12
12
8
120º Hinge
PNº 1457832
5
5 (3+2)
3
mounting
mounting
mounting
mounting
plate
plate
plate
plate
120° hinge
120° hinge
Mounting plate for hinge
PNº 1458211
5
5 (3+2)
3
Self tapping wood screws
PNº 1458212
20
20
12
mounting plate
NOTE: For the single door models WRM4300, WRM3700,
WFM3600 & WFM3000 an additional kit, part number 1449661
is required (see page 11 for details).
mounting plate
refrigeration integration kit cupboard dimensions 5
Cupboard dimensions
tips and information
Pages 5, 6, 7 and 8 should be given to the person
responsible for cupboard design and construction.
The cupboard dimensions required for each model are
shown on page 6,7 & 8.
NOTE:
1. All sizes are internal and measured in millimetres.
2. It is important to ensure that the correct cupboard
sizes are used to ensure adequate air flow around
the refrigerator.
3. Cupboard hinges should be a 120° opening type.
(Use hinges supplied).
4. Three hinges should be used on each cupboard
door higher than 1000mm.
5. Ensure the refrigerator is not connected to a power
supply whilst installation takes place.
6. Each operation should be carried out in the sequence
specified in this instruction sheet.
NOTE: All sizes are internal and in millimetres.
Model
(capacity litres)
Dim ‘A’
(mm)
minimum
Dim ‘B’
(mm)
Dim ‘C’
(mm)
Dim ‘D’ *
(mm)
Dim ‘E’
(mm)
Dim ‘G’
(mm)
Dim ‘H’
(mm)
2 door top freezer models
280 litre
290 litre
300 litre
330 litre
360 litre
390 litre
420 litre
440 litre
520 litre
1640
1640
1710
1810
1730
1810
1730
1810
1810
680
680
680
680
680
680
740
740
740
700
700
700
700
795
795
795
795
895
1047
1047
1117
1217
1137
1217
1137
1217
1217
500
500
500
500
600
600
600
600
600
219
219
219
219
241
241
241
241
278
300
300
300
300
395
395
395
395
495
1660
1810
1760
1810
1810
740
680
740
740
740
745
795
745
795
895
702
702
702
702
702
600
600
600
600
600
241
241
241
278
395
395
395
395
495
1810
1810
1810
1810
680
680
680
680
700
795
700
795
–
–
–
–
500
600
500
600
219
241
219
241
300
395
300
395
2 door bottom freezer models
370 litre
380 litre
400 litre
430 litre
510 litre
single door models
300 litre
360 litre
370 litre
430 litre
Step 1
Measure and confirm Dimension ‘A’.
Step 2
To calculate Dimension ‘I’ use the equation below.
Dim ‘I’ = Dim ‘A’ - (Dim ‘D’ + 5mm) mm
Step 3
*Add cabinetry thickness to Dimension ‘D’ and
Dimension ‘I’ for final measurement before construction.
Dim ‘I’*
(mm)
Please
use the
calculation
below to
measure
Dimension
‘I’ for your
specific
model.
6 cupboard dimensions refrigeration integration kit
Cupboard dimensions
NOTE: All sizes are internal and measured in millimetres.
For ‘lettered’ dimensions refer to the table on page 5.
Dim B
Dim C + 2x Board
Dim A + Skirting height + board thickness
Panel A
(sides)
Dim A
Dim A + Skirting height
Thickness
Panel B
(back)
100mm
Dim E
Panel C
(top)
130mm
Dim B
Dim B
80mm
Dim H
Dim C
Dim C
Dim E
50mm
Skirting
Height
Dim C + 2x Board
Thickness
Panel D
(bottom)
refrigeration integration kit cupboard dimensions 7
Cupboard dimensions
Clearances
When installed the refrigerator needs to have adequate
air ventilation. It is important to ensure there is good airflow
from the front to underneath and up the rear to the top of
the cabinet (see diagrams).
Front airflow cut-out
Airflow
50mm
Dim E
Front airflow
NOTE: A decorative
grillcut-out
can be fitted so long as it does not
obstruct airflow and is removable for cleaning.
Bottom rear airflow cut-out
Dim E
Airflow
130mm
Bottom rear airflow cut-out
Top rear airflow cut-out
80mm
Dim E
8 cupboard dimensions | installation 120º hinge refrigeration integration kit
Cupboard dimensions
Installation of 120˚ hinge
When positioned in a corner the clearance of Dim G on the
hinge side of the cabinet will allow the doors to be opened
enough to enable the removal of the crisper bins.
Please follow the instructions below to install the 120º hinge.
Dim C
120° hinge
Dim G
mounting plate
120°
120° hinge
Attach mounting plate with 120º hinge and tighten the screw.
NOTE: Use the 120° hinges supplied with the kit to attach
the cupboard door to the cupboard.
Attach the hinge to the door to ensure that door can have
maximum opening, i.e. the door edge should not hit the
cabinet when the door is fully open.
Cabinet construction (top mount cupbord shown below)
120° hinge
screws
screw
mounting plate
mounting plate
Use screws provided with the hinge to attach the cupboard
door to the cupboard.
Dim I
120° hinge
screw
screws
5mm gap
between doors
mounting plate
Use 120º hinge to attach the cupboard door to the cabinet.
Dim D
cabinet
cupboard door
120° hinge
screw
screws
mounting plate
NOTE: If dim D is bigger than 1000mm in height, 3 hinges
are required to attach the cupboard door to the cupboard.
If dim D is smaller than 1000mm in height, 2 hinges are
required/sufficient.
37mm
This dimension is typically 37mm
(from centre line of mounting plate
to the cupboard cabinet edge)
refrigeration integration kit preparation | top hinge bracket 9
Preparation
Attaching the top hinge bracket
1. Unpack refrigerator, removing foam packing.
2. Lay the refrigerator down on its back on a piece of
soft packing material. Use caution and two people
while laying the appliance down.
3. Remove top door stopper if fitted (Figure 1).
4. Place adjustable rollers in the fully retracted position
by screwing height adjusting screw fully anti-clockwise
(Figure 2). Do not remove the adjusting nut completely.
5. Stand upright.
1. Remove top hinge cover (Figure 3), cover clips off.
2. Remove the three (3) top hinge screws.
3. Elevate hinge.
4. Slide the top hinge bracket into position below the hinge.
5. Re-attach hinge and screws ensuring that refrigerator
door is still correctly positioned.
tips and information
You must ensure that the refrigerator door is:
– Parallel with sides and top of cabinet.
– The gap between the door and cabinet is typically 12mm
allowing the door gasket to act correctly (Figure 4).
Figure 1
Note: Ensure the gasket acts correctly, i.e. doesn’t make
a noise or leave gaps when the door is closed.
6. Recap hinge cover into position.
Figure 3
1
5
2
3
Figure 2
Plastic roller nut
6
Top hinge cover
4 Top hinge
bracket
5
Top hinge bracket fitted
74mm
Figure 4
Figure 2
12mm
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Attaching slide-housing
to refrigerator doors
1. Ensure slide-housing is positioned squarely as shown.
2. Ensure that the slide-housing is positioned on the door
as shown in the diagrams.
slide housing
protruding edge
Note: The slide-housing ‘protruding edge’ side must
always be closest to the door handle side (diagram right).
70mm
door handle
360mm
70mm
235mm
235mm
235mm
70mm
235mm
70mm
2 door bottom freezer
2 door top freezer
...and secure with tape.
two door
2 door
single door
single door
single door
refrigeration integration kit slide housing 11
Note: for single door models, the door handle must be
completely removed to provide clearance to the cupboard
door and the resulting handle mounting holes hidden with
a cover. Instructions on how to do this, along with the cover,
are contained in an additional kit – 1449661 Handle Cover
Integration Kit.
3. While the slide-housing is taped in position, punch a
small hole in the refrigerator door skin corresponding
to the four (4) holes in the housing (Figure 5).
4. The holes should be punched, not drilled, to ensure
the maximum thread can be formed in the metal.
5. Screw four (4) refrigerator screws into the holes
securing the housing in place. The refrigerator screws
are supplied in kit (Figure 6).
If you have a two door refrigerator, repeat this process
for the other door.
Figure 5
Figure 6
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2
3
4
1
2
3
4
12 placement | alignment refrigeration integration kit
Placing refrigerator in cupboard
Refrigerator alignment
1. Ensure cupboard is level and square.
2. Put refrigerator into cupboard. Use caution and
two people if necessary.
3. Insert slide bars into slide-housings (Figure 7).
Position the refrigerator in the cupboard so that:
1. Top hinge bracket is against cupboard wall (Figure 8).
2. Front of refrigerator cabinet (with doors open) is parallel
to and approximately 87mm from the front of the
cupboard (Figure 9).
3. Position bottom location bracket as shown (opposite
hinge side Figure 10). Fit adjustable foot in appropriate
hole as shown and level refrigerator.
Note: do not screw in place yet.
NOTE: Ensure the refrigerator is level in the cupboard.
Raise the front of the refrigerator by using the height
adjusting screws.
Figure 7
NOTE: The front adjustable rollers may need raising (rotate
anti-clockwise when viewed from above) to achieve this.
Figure 8
74mm
Fridge
Top Hinge Bracket fitted – note the space between
the cupboard and the side of the refrigerator is to be
approximately 74mm.
Figure 9
87mm
Figure 10
Plastic roller nut
Location bracket
Cupboard floor
refrigeration integration kit securing 13
Securing the refrigerator in the cupboard
4. Slowly close the cupboard door (pushing the refrigerator
back) until it is slightly ajar, i.e. with a gap of about 4mm
(Figure 11).
NOTE: When attaching all screws to cupboard, first drill
a 2mm pilot hole in the correct position. This will allow
easy hand insertion of self tapping screw.
You may have to reposition the refrigerator back or forward
until the 4mm gap is obtained. Ensure that the refrigerator
remains parallel as you do this. Once you have the correct
gap, proceed to the next step.
Now that refrigerator is correctly positioned:
1. Screw in top hinge bracket to the cupboard wall using
4 cupboard screws provided. This will secure the top of
the refrigerator (Figure 12).
2. Screw down foot bracket to cupboard floor with 2
cupboard screws. This will secure the bottom of the
refrigerator (Figure 13).
Figure 11
Figure 12
Fridge
4mm
hinge gap
NOTE: The gap is left to ensure the refrigerator door will be
allowed to close fully for a good gasket seal.
Figure 13
14 attaching slide bar refrigeration integration kit
Attaching slide-bar to the cupboard door
1. Fully open cupboard door (120°).
2. Open refrigerator door until it rests against the
cupboard door.
3. Position slide-bar in slide-housing so that all three
holes are visible when both doors are fully open (120°).
This position is typically 125mm from the edge of the
cupboard door (Figure 14).
Figure 14
120º
cupboard door
refrigerator door
Whilst slide-bar is still in housing:
4. Rotate slide-bar to uppermost alignment, mark a line
on cupboard door (Figure 15).
5. Rotate slide-bar to lower alignment, mark a line on
cupboard door (Figure 16).
6. Remove slide-bar and draw line to indicate central
alignment (Figure 17).
7. Replace slide-bar and align to centre line marked in
previous operation (Figure 18).
8. Secure slide-bar by driving a cupboard screw into the
centre of the inner slot (Figure 19).
Gently test closing of door.
9. If the action is smooth and the slider does not move in
relation to the cupboard door, drive another cupboard
screw into the end slot (Figure 20).
10. Open and close the door a number of times if the action
is not smooth. Loosen the screws and re-adjust slidebar. Once the desired smooth action is achieved attach
the central locking screws (Figure 21).
125mm
slide bar
Figure 15
Figure 16
Figure 17
Figure 18
refrigeration integration kit attaching slide bar 15
Figure 19
Figure 20
Figure 21
REPEAT THIS PROCEDURE FOR THE SECOND SLIDE BAR IF NECESSARY.
THIS COMPLETES THE INSTALLATION PROCEDURE.
CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE
In the unlikely event service is required on an integrated refrigerator during the warranty period it is the customer’s
responsibility to remove the refrigerator from the cupboard. Removal of the refrigerator from the cupboard is not covered
by warranty. For full details of the warranty terms and conditions please refer to the information contained with your appliance.
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telephone: 1300 363 640
fax:
1800 350 067
email:
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telephone: 09 573 2384
fax:
09 573 2221
email:
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