BUILT IN REFRIGERATOR Fridge - Freezer User manual

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BUILT IN REFRIGERATOR
Fridge - Freezer
User manual
ST INT70FF
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Contents
BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE........................................................... 4
General warnings......................................................................................... 4
Old and out-of-order fridges.........................................................................6
Safety warnings............................................................................................ 6
Installing and operating your fridge freezer..................................................7
Before Using your fridge freezer...................................................................8
HOW TO OPERATE THE APPLIANCE...................................................... 8
Information on the Frost Free technology.....................................................8
Thermostat setting........................................................................................9
Warnings for Temperature Settings..............................................................9
Accessories................................................................................................ 10
Ice tray......................................................................................................................10
Bottle holder..............................................................................................................10
Fresh dial .................................................................................................................10
FOOD STORAGE IN THE APPLIANCE................................................... 11
Refrigerator Compartment.......................................................................... 11
Freezer Compartment................................................................................ 11
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE........................................................... 15
Defrosting................................................................................................... 15
TRANSPORTATION AND CHANGING OF INSTALLATION POSITION.16
BEFORE CALLING YOUR AFTER SALES SERVICE............................. 16
Tips for saving energy................................................................................17
PARTS OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE COMPARTMENTS.................. 18
Installation.................................................................................................. 19
Door reversing............................................................................................ 22
The operating instructions apply to several models. Differences may therefore occur.
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PART - 1. BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
General warnings
WARNING: Keep ventilation openings, in the appliance
enclosure or in the built-in structure, clear of obstruction.
WARNING: Do not use mechanical devices or other means
to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING: Do not use electrical appliances inside the food
storage compartments of the appliance, unless they are of the
type recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING: Do not damage the refrigerant circuit.
WARNING: To avoid a hazard due to the instability of the
appliance, it must be fixed in accordance with the instructions.
• If your appliance uses R600a as a refrigerant (this information
will be provided on the label of the cooler) you should
take care during transportation and installation to prevent
the cooler elements from being damaged. R600a is an
environmentally friendly and natural gas, but it is explosive.
In the event of a leak due to damage of the cooler elements,
move your fridge away from open flames or heat sources
and ventilate the room where the appliance is located for a
few minutes.
• While carrying and positioning the fridge, do not damage the
cooler gas circuit.
• Do not store explosive substances such as aerosol cans
with a flammable propellant in this appliance.
• This appliance is intended to be used in household and
domestic applications such as:
-- staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working
environments.
-- farm houses and by clients in hotels, motels and other
residential type environments.
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-- bed and breakfast type environments;
-- catering and similar non-retail applications.
• If the socket does not match the refrigerator plug, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, a service agent or similarly
qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
• A specially grounded plug has been connected to the power
cable of your refrigerator. This plug should be used with
a specially grounded socket of 16 amperes. If there is no
such socket in your house, please have one installed by an
authorised electrician.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, an authorised service agent or similar
qualified persons, in order to avoid a hazard.
• This appliance is not intended for use at altitudes exceeding
2000 m.
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Old and out-of-order fridges
• If your old fridge has a lock, break or remove the lock before discarding it, because
children may get trapped inside it and may cause an accident.
• Old fridges and freezers may contain isolation material and refrigerant
with CFC or HFC. Therefore, take care not to harm environment when you
are discarding your old fridges.
• Please ask your municipal authority about the disposal of the WEEE
reuse, recycle and recovery purposes.
Notes:
• Please read the instruction manual carefully before installing and using your appliance.
We are not responsible for the damage occurred due to misuse.
• Follow all instructions on your appliance and instruction manual, and keep this manual in
a safe place to resolve the problems that may occur in the future.
• This appliance is produced to be used in homes and it can only be used in domestic
environments and for the specified purposes. It is not suitable for commercial or
common use. Such use will cause the guarantee of the appliance to be cancelled and
our company will not be responsible for losses incurred.
• This appliance is produced to be used in houses and it is only suitable for cooling / storing
food. It is not suitable for commercial or common use and/or for storing substances
except for food. Our company is not responsible for losses to be incurred in the contrary
case.
Safety warnings
• Do not connect your fridge freezer to the mains electricity supply using an extension lead.
• Do not plug in damaged, torn or old plugs.
• Do not pull, bend or damage the cord.
• This appliance is designed for use by adults, do not allow children to
play with the appliance or let them hang off the door.
• Never touch the power cord/plug with wet hands as this could cause a
short circuit or electric shock.
• Do not place glass bottles or beverage cans in the ice-making
compartment as they can burst as the contents freeze.
• Do not place explosive or flammable material in your fridge freezer.
Place drinks with high alcohol content vertically in the fridge
compartment and make sure that their tops are tightly closed.
• When removing ice from the ice-making compartment, do not touch it.
Ice may cause frost burns and/or cuts.
• Do not touch frozen goods with wet hands! Do not eat ice-cream
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and ice cubes immediately after you have taken them out of the freezer
compartment!
• Do not touch frozen goods with wet hands. Do not eat ice-cream or ice cubes
immediately after you have taken them out of the ice-making compartment.
• Do not cover the body or top of fridge with lace. This affects the performance
of your fridge freezer.
• Secure any accessories in the fridge freezer during transportation to prevent damage to
the accessories.
Installing and operating your fridge freezer
Before starting to use your fridge freezer, you should pay attention to the following points:
• The operating voltage for your fridge freezer is 220-240 V at 50Hz.
• The plug must be accessible after installation.
• Your fridge may have a smell when it is operated for the first time. This is normal and the
smell will fade away when your fridge freezer starts to cool.
• Before connecting your fridge freezer, ensure that the information on the data plate
(voltage and connected load) matches that of the mains electricity supply. If in doubt,
consult a qualified electrician.
• Insert the plug into a socket with an efficient ground connection. If the socket has no
ground contact or the plug does not match, we recommend that you consult a qualified
electrician for assistance.
• The appliance must be connected with a properly installed fused socket. Power supply
(AC) and voltage at the operating point must match with the details on the name plate of
the appliance (name plate is located on the inside left of the appliance).
• We do not accept responsibility for any damages that occur due to ungrounded usage.
• Place your fridge freezer where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight.
• Your fridge freezer should never be used outdoors or exposed to rain.
• Your appliance should be at least 50 cm away from stoves, gas ovens and heater cores,
and at least 5 cm away from electrical ovens.
• When your fridge freezer is placed next to a deep freezer, there should be at
least 2 cm between them to prevent humidity forming on the outer surface.
• Do not place heavy items on the appliance.
• Clean the appliance thoroughly, especially the interior, before use (see
Cleaning and Maintenance).
• The installation procedure into the kitchen unit is given in the installation
manual. This product is intended to be used in proper kitchen units only.
• Before using your fridge freezer, wipe all parts with a solution of warm water
and a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate, then rinse with clean water and dry.
Place all parts in the fridge freezer after cleaning.
• Install the plastic distance guide (the part with black vanes at the rear)
by turning it 90° (as shown in the figure) to prevent the condenser from
touching the wall.
• The fridge freezer should be placed against a wall with a free space not
exceeding 75 mm.
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Before Using your fridge freezer
• When using your fridge freezer for the first time, or after transportation,
keep it in an upright position for at least 3 hours before plugging into
the mains. This allows efficient operation and prevents damage to the
compressor.
• Your fridge freezer may have a smell when it is operated for the first time. This is normal
and the smell will fade away when your fridge freezer starts to cool.
PART - 2. HOW TO OPERATE THE APPLIANCE
Information on the Frost Free technology
The Frost Free refrigerators are different from the other static
refrigerators in terms of their operational system.
In normal fridge freezers, the humidity entering the fridge freezer
due to opening the door and the humidity inherent in the food
causes freezing in the freezer compartment. To defrost the frost
and ice in the freezer compartment, you are periodically required
to turn off the fridge, place the food that needs to be kept frozen in
a separately cooled container and remove the ice gathered in the
freezer compartment.
The situation is completely different in no-frost refrigerators. Dry
and cold air is blown into the fridge and freezer compartments
homogeneously and evenly from several points via a blower
fan. Cold air dispersed homogeneously and evenly between the
shelves cools all of your food equally and uniformly, thus preventing
humidity and freezing.
Therefore your no-frost fridge freezer allows you ease of use, in
addition to its huge capacity and stylish appearance.
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Thermostat setting
Cooling compartment
It ensures that the temperature settings in the
cooling and freezing compartments of your
refrigerator are performed automatically. It may
be set to any value ranging from 1 to 5. As you
turn the thermostat setting knob from 1 to 5, the
temperature decreases. To save energy in winter
months, operate your refrigerator in a lower
position.
Fridge compartment thermostat knob;
4 - 5 : For further cooling.
2 - 3 : For normal use.
1 : For less cooling.
Thermostat knob
Warnings for Temperature Settings
• The ambient temperature, temperature of the freshly stored food and how often the door
is opened affects the temperature in the refrigerator compartment. If required, change
the temperature setting.
• It is not recommended that you operate your fridge in environments colder than 10°C in
terms of its efficiency.
• The thermostat should be set by taking into consideration how often the fresh food and
freezer doors are opened and closed, how much food is stored in the refrigerator, and
the environment in which the refrigerator is located.
• When you first switch on the appliance, you should ideally try to run it without any food
in for 24 hours and not open the door. If you need to use it straight away, try not to put a
large quantity of food inside.
• A 5 minute delay function is included to prevent damage to the compressor of your fridge,
when you unplug it and then plug it in again to operate it, or when an energy breakdown
occurs. Your fridge will start to operate normally after 5 minutes.
• Your fridge is designed to operate in the ambient temperature intervals stated in the
standards, according to the climate class stated in the information label. It is not
recommended that your fridge is operated in the environments which are out of the
stated temperature intervals. This will
Climate class Ambient Temperature (oC)
reduce the cooling efficiency of the
T
Between 16 and 43 oC
fridge.
ST
Between 16 and 38 oC
• This appliance is designed for use at an
ambient temperature within the 10°C N
Between 16 and 32 oC
43°C range.
SN
Between 10 and 32 oC
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Accessories
Ice tray (In some models)
• Fill the ice tray with water and place in the
freezer compartment.
• After the water has completely turned into
ice, you can twist the tray as shown below
to remove the ice cubes.
Bottle holder (In some models)
In order to prevent bottles from slipping
or falling over, you can use the bottle
holder. This will also help to prevent the
noise made by bottles when opening or
closing the door.
Fresh dial
When the humidity controler in the closed
position, it allows fresh fruit and vegetables to
be stored longer.
In case of the crisper is totally full, the fresh dial
is located in front of crisper, should be opened.
By means of this the air in the crisper and
humidity rate will be controlled and endurance
life will be increased.
If you see any condensation on glass shelf, humidity control should be taken into the open
positions.
All written and visual descriptions in the accessories may vary according to the
appliance model.
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PART - 3. FOOD STORAGE IN THE APPLIANCE
Refrigerator Compartment
• Always make sure food is wrapped or stored in closed containers.
• Hot food and drinks should be cooled to room temperature before being placed in the
refrigerator.
• Please do not store packaged food and cups against the lamp and cover of the cooling
compartment.
• Store fruit and vegetable items loose in the crisper containers.
• Some recommendations have been specified below for the placement and storage of
your food in the cooling compartment.ainers.
Some recommendations have been specified below for the placement and storage of
your food in the cooling compartment.
Food
Maximum Storing time
Where to place in the
fridge department
Vegetables and fruits
1 week
Vegetable bin
Meat and fish
2 - 3 Days
Wrapped in plastic foil or bags or in
a meat container
(on the glass shelf)
Fresh cheese
3 - 4 Days
In special door shelf
1 week
In special door shelf
Until the expiry date
recommended by the
producer
In special door shelf
1 month
In the egg shelf
Butter and margarine
Bottled products
milk and yoghurt
Eggs
Cooked food
All shelves
Freezer Compartment
• Please use the deep freeze compartment of your refrigerator for storing frozen food for
a long time and producing ice.
• Please place the food you would like to freeze initially in the upper basket of the deep
freeze in such a way that it does not exceed the declared freezing capacity of your
refrigerator. Please do not place the food to be frozen near the already frozen food.
You may place your food next to the other frozen food after it has frozen (for at least 24
hours).
• You should freeze food (meat, minced meat, fish, etc.) by dividing it into portions in such
a way that they can be consumed in one sitting.
• Please do not refreeze frozen food once it has thawed. It may pose a danger for your
health since it might cause food poisoning.
• Do not place hot meals in the deep freeze before they have cooled. You may cause the
other food frozen food in the deep freeze to become putrefied.
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• When you buy frozen food, make sure they were frozen under appropriate conditions
and that the package is not torn.
• When storing frozen food, the storage conditions on the package should be observed. If
there are no instructions, the food has to be consumed in the shortest possible period
of time.
• Frozen food has to be transported before it perishes and should be placed in the fast
freezing shelf as soon as possible. Please do not use the door shelves for freezing
purposes.
• If a frozen food package has been humidified and has a foul smell, the food might have
previously been stored under suitable conditions and gone rotten. Please do not buy
such food!
• The storage duration of frozen food changes depending on the environmental
temperature, the frequent opening and closing of the doors, thermostat settings, food
type and the length of time that has elapsed from the time the food was bought to the
time it entered the freezer. Always abide by the instructions on the packaging and never
exceed the storage duration.
Some recommendations have been specified below for the placement and storage of your
food in the cooling compartment.
Dairy Products
Preparation
Packet
(Homogenize) Milk
In its own packet
Maximum Storing
time (months)
Storing Conditions
2-3
Pure Milk – In its own
packet
6-8
Original package may
be used for short storing
period. It should be
wrapped in foil for longer
periods.
Cheese-excluding
white cheese
In slices
Butter, margarine
In its package
6
Maximum Storing
time (months)
Thawing time in
room temperature
(hours)
Bread
4-6
2-3
4-5 (220-225 °C)
Biscuits
3-6
1 - 1,5
5-8 (190-200 °C)
Pastry
Thawing time in oven
(minutes)
1-3
2-3
5-10 (200-225 °C)
1 - 1,5
3-4
5-8 (190-200 °C)
Phyllo dough
2-3
1 - 1,5
5-8 (190-200 °C)
Pizza
2-3
2-4
Pie
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15-20 (200 °C)
Meat and fish
Preparation
Maximum
Storing time
(month)
Steak
Wrapping in a foil
6-8
Lamb meat
Wrapping in a foil
6-8
Veal roast
Wrapping in a foil
6-8
Veal cubes
In small pieces
6-8
Lamb cubes
In pieces
4-8
Minced meat
In packages without using spices
1-3
Giblets (pieces)
In pieces
1-3
Bologna sausage/salami
Should be packaged even if it has
membrane
Chicken and turkey
Wrapping in a foil
4-6
Goose and Duck
Wrapping in a foil
4-6
Deer, Rabbit, Wild Boar
In 2.5 kg portions and as fillets
6-8
Fresshwater fishes (Salmon,
Carp, Crane, Siluroidea)
After cleaning the bowels and
Lean fish; bass, turbot,
scales of the fish, wash and dry
flounder
it; and if necessary, cut off the tail
Fatty fishes (Tunny, Mackarel, and head.
bluefish, anchovy)
2
4
2-4
Shellfish
Cleaned and in bags
4-6
Caviar
In its package, aluminium or
plastic container
2-3
Snails
In salty water, aluminum or plastic
container
3
Note: Frozen meat should be cooked as fresh meat after being thawed. If the meat is not
cooked after being thawed, it must not be re-frozen.
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Vegetables and Fruits
Preparation
Maximum
Storing time
(months)
String beans and beans
Wash and cut into small pieces and boil in
water
10 - 13
Beans
Hull and wash and boil in water
12
Cleaned and boil in water
6-8
Carrot
Clean and cut to slices and boil in water
12
Pepper
Cut the stem, cut into two pieces, remove
the core and boil in water
8 - 10
Spinach
Washed and boil in water
6-9
Take the leaves apart, cut the heart into
pieces, and leave it in water with a little
lemon juice for a while
10 - 12
Cut to pieces of 2cm after washing
10 - 12
Clean and pack with its stem or as sweet
corn
12
Peel and slice
8 - 10
Cut into two pieces and remove the stone
4-6
Wash and hull
8 - 12
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Eggplant
Corn
Apple and pear
Apricot and Peach
Strawberry and
Blackberry
Cooked fruits
Plum, cherry, sourberry
Adding 10 % of sugar in the container
12
Wash and hull the stems
8 - 12
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PART 4.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
• Disconnect the unit from the power supply before cleaning.
• Do not clean the appliance by pouring water.
• Make sure that no water enters the lamp housing and other electrical
components.
• The refrigerator should be cleaned periodically using a solution of
bicarbonate of soda and lukewarm water.
• Clean the accessories separately with soap and water Do
not clean them in the dishwasher.
• Do not use abrasive products, detergents or soaps. After washing, rinse
with clean water and dry carefully. When you have finished cleaning,
reconnect the plugto the mains supply with dry hands.
• Clean the condenser with a broom at least twice a year. This
will help you to save on energy costs and increase productivity.
THE POWER SUPPLY MUST BE DISCONNECTED.
Defrosting
You refrigerator has fully automatic defrosting. The
water formed as a result of defrosting passes through
the water collection spout, flows into the vaporisation
container below the condenser and evaporates there.
Evaporation
container
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Replacing LED lighting
If your refrigerator has LED lighting contact the help desk as this should be changed by
authorized personnel only.
PART - 5. TRANSPORTATION AND CHANGING OF
INSTALLATION POSITION
Transportation and changing of installation position
• The original packages and foamed polystyrene (PS) can be retained if required.
• During transportation, the appliance should be secured with a wide string or a strong
rope. The instructions written on the corrugated box must be followed while transporting.
• Before transporting or changing the
installation position, all the moving objects
(ie,shelves,crisper…) should be taken out
or fixed with bands in order to prevent them
from getting damaged.
• Carry your fridge freezer in the upright position.
PART - 6. BEFORE CALLING YOUR AFTER SALES SERVICE
If your refrigerator is not working properly, it may be a minor problem, in order to save time
and money, check the following, before calling an electrician.
What to do if your appliance does not operate;
Check that:
• There is no power,
• The general switch in your home is disconnected,
• The socket is not faulty. To check this, plug in another appliance that you know is working
into the same socket.
What to do if your appliance performs poorly,
Check that:
• You have overloaded the appliance ,
• The thermostat setting is in position “1” (if so, set the thermostat dial to a suitable value)
• The doors are closed properly,
• There is no dust on the condenser,
• There is enough place at the rear and side walls.
If there is noise:
The cooling gas which circulates in the refrigerator circuit may make a slight noise (bubbling
sound) even when the compressor is not running. Do not worry this is quite normal. If you
hear any other noises, check that:
• The appliance is level
• Nothing is touching the rear of the appliance.
• The objects on the appliance are vibrating.
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If there is water in the lower part of the refrigerator,
Check that:
The drain hole for the water is not clogged (use the defrost drain plug to clean the drain hole)
Recommendations
• The compressor protection thermal fuse will cutout after sudden power breakdowns or
after unplugging the appliance, because the gas in the cooling system is not stabilised.
This is quite normal and the fridge will restart after 4 or 5 minutes.
• The cooling unit of your refrigerator is hidden in the rear of the appliance. Therefore,
water droplets or icing may occur on the rear surface of your fridge due to the operation
of the compressor at specified intervals. This is normal. There is no need to perform a
defrosting operation unless the icing is excessive.
• To stop the appliance completely, unplug it from main socket (for cleaning and when the
doors are left open).
• If a problem persists after you have followed all the instructions above, please consult the
nearest Authorised Service Centre.
• The appliance you have purchased is designed for domestic use and can only be used
at home and for the stated purposes. It is not suitable for commercial or common use. If
the consumer uses the appliance in a way that does not comply with this, we emphasise
that the manufacturer and the dealer will not be responsible for any repair and failure
within the guarantee period.
• The lifetime of your appliance is stated and declared by the Department of industry. The
period for retaining parts required for the operation of the appliance is 10 years.
Tips for saving energy
1.Install the appliance in a cool, well ventilated room , but not in direct sunlight and not near
a heat source (radiator, cooker.. etc). Otherwise use an insulating plate.
2.Allow warm food and drinks to cool down outside the appliance.
3.When thawing frozen food, place it in the refrigerator compartment. The low temperature
of the frozen food will help to cool the refrigerator compartment when it is thawing. This
will help to save energy. If the frozen food is put out, it results in a waste of energy.
4.Cover drinks or other liquids when placing them in the appliance Otherwise humidity
increases in the appliance. Therefore, the working time gets longer. Also covering drinks
and other liquids helps to preserve smell and taste.
5.Try to avoid keeping the doors open for long periods or opening the doors too frequently
as warm air will enter the cabinet and cause the compressor to switch on unnecessarily
often.
6.Keep the covers of the different temperature compartments (crisper, chiller ...etc ) closed
7.Door gasket must be clean and pliable. Replace gaskets if worn.
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PART - 7. PARTS OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE
COMPARTMENTS
1
12
A
2
11
10
3
9
4
5
B
8
6
7
This presentation is only for information about the parts of the appliance.
Parts may vary according to the appliance model.
A) Refrigerator compartment
B) Freezer compartment
1) Turbo Fan
2) Refrigerator shelves
3) Crisper cover
4) Crisper
5) Freezer room cover
6) Freezer drawers
7) Ice tray *
8) Freezer glass shelves *
9) Bottle shelf
10) Door shelves
11) Egg holder*
12) Thermostat knob and Refrigerator lamp & cover
* In some models
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Installation
!!Before installation, read the instructions carefully.
!!Fit the refrigerator/freezer in stable kitchen units only.
!!If necessary, reverse the door according to instructions.
!!Check the installation dimensions according to fig.C. The position of the joint between
the unit doors must be level with the position of the joint between the appliance doors.
1.See fig.A for the necessary attachment components.
2.Insert trim flap1 into slot and screw by screws6. (fig.D)
3.Pass the power cord through ventilation shaft and position it so that the appliance could
be easily plugged in once it has been installed. (fig.B - fig.C)
4.Take out the trim gasket2 located on the side panel of the appliance and stick it on
reverse side of the door hinges of the appliance. (fig.D - fig.E)
5.Raise appliance and slide into kitchen unit. Push appliance to the reverse side of door
hinges providing that trim gasket2 covers space between appliance and the kitchen unit.
6.Align front feet with front surface of kitchen unit. (fig.F)
7.Screw the front feet by using screws5. (fig.F)
8.Screw trim flap1 to kitchen unit using screws5. (fig.G)
9.Screw fixing bracket11, as leaned to kitchen unit by using screws5. Repeat this for the
opposite side. (fig.H)
10. Screw guides3 to appliance doors with screws6. Lean appliance doors to unit door as it
is opened at right angle. Slide rails4 into guides3 aligning the groove. Screw the rails4 to
the unit doors with screws5. (fig.J)
11. Set 1~2 mm gap on handle side between unit itself and unit doors by adjusting guides3.
That is vital for appliance performance. (fig.J)
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Model
C
D
2750
1770 840,5
A
802
817 1770 - 1790
2751
1770 840,5
802
817 1770 - 1790
2760
1770 660,3 623,5 995,5 1770 - 1790
2761
1770 660,3 623,5 995,5 1770 - 1790
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B
E
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Door reversing
1.Unscrew upper door hinge15 and take upper door14 to safe place.
2.Unscrew door hinge pin16 and screw it to opposite side firmly and take to safe place.
3.Unscrew middle door hinge12 and take lower door10 to safe place. Screw back fixing
bracket11 to original position without middle door hinge12.
4.Take door lower pin18 to opposite side.
5.Take hole plugs17 to empty holes on opposite side.
6.Place lower door10 over door lower pin18 and close onto cabinet.
7.Unscrew fixing bracket13. Position middle door hinge12 onto lower door10. Place fixing
bracket11 onto middle door hinge12 and screw together onto cabinet firmly.
8.Place upper door14 over middle door hinge12 and position upper door hinge15 over
upper door14 and then screw upper door hinge15 firmly onto opposite side of original
position.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (FOR UK TYPE PLUG)
For your safety please read the following information
Warning: This appliance must be earthed.
This appliance operates from 220-240 volts and should be protected by a 13 amp fuse in
the plug.
The appliance is supplied with a standard 13 amp 3-pin mains plug fitted with a 13-amp fuse.
Should the fuse require replacement, it must be replaced with a fuse rated at 13 amp and
approved to BS1362.
If the mains plug which is fitted is unsuitable for the socket outlet in your home or is removed
for any other reason, please follow the instructions below on how to wire a 13 amp 3 pin
plug..
GREEN/YELLOW
Earth
How to wire a 13 amp plug.
BROWN
Live
Important
The wires in the mains lead on this appliance are
coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE
Neutral
FUSE
13 Amps
Green and Yellow - Earth
Blue – Neutral
Cord Clamp
Brown – Live
As the colours may not correspond with the markings identifying the terminals in your plug
proceed as follows.
The green and yellow wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked
with the letter E or with the earth symbol
or coloured green and yellow.
The blue wire must be connected to the terminal marked N.
The brown wire must be connected to the terminal marked L.
You must make sure the lead is firmly secured under the cord clamp.
Customer Care
Please keep this handbook in a safe place as the information inside may
be of use should you sell, or pass on the appliance. Please fill in the
model number and serial number in the spaces provided below as they
will assist us should you need to call.
03448 153740
When you dial this number, you will hear a recorded message and be
given several options. This indicates that your call has been accepted
and is being held in a queue. calls are answered in strict rotation as our
Customer care
Representatives become available.
Enter appliance numbers here for future reference:
These numbers can be found on your appliances data
badge. Outside the UK and Northern Ireland, refer to your
local supplier.
Stoney Lane, Prescot, Merseyside, L35 2XW.
52223174
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