Fridge Freezer
instruction manual
CAFF60
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CONTENTS
GENERAL FEATURES
4
BEFORE USING THE FRIDGE
Safety Instructions
Installation Warnings
5
9
USE OF APPLIANCE
Parts of the Appliance
Control Panel
Temperature Control
Corona Light
Door Alarm Sound
Ice Maker
Sabbath Mode
Fridge Zone Mode
Vegetable Zone Mode
Keypad Sound Mode
Display Back-light
Date Set
Time Set
Storage Information
Safety Glass Shelves
Tray Runner
Storage Drawers
Fresh Bin
Storage Draw Divider
Ice Maker
Water Filtration System
Water Filtration Bypass Mode
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FOOD STORAGE
Fridge Compartment Freezer Compartment
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TECHNICAL FICHE28
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning29
Lighting Information
29
INSTALLATION GUIDE30
Before Starting Installation
Prerequisites For Installation
Electrical Requirements
Plumbing Requirements
Position The Unit
Levelling The Unit
Anti-Tip Bracket Installation
Freestanding Installation
Built-In Installation
Water Line Connection Installing Kickplate
Door Handle Installation Drawer Adjustment
Optional Accessories
Water Filtration System
Service Information
Installation Checklist
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GENERAL FEATURES OF CAFF60
--Can be installed built-in or freestanding
--304 grade high hygienic stainless steel construction
--Dual refrigeration system with two compressors and
three evaporators
--Sophisticated data logging system
--Dot matrix multi information display
--Luminated touch sensitive controls
--Heat insulated triple low-e glass window
--Ambient humidity sensor for adjusting best
energy performance
--LED lighting with magnetic door sensor
--Shelf holder with LED lighting
--Corona light function
--Fresh bin compartment to keep vegetables fresh longer
--Storage drawers allow easy access to food with
removable divider
--Automatic ice maker with advanced water filtration system
--Marinating tray
--Sabbath mode.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
This appliance contains R600a as a refrigerant. You
should be careful during transportation to prevent
your appliance’s cooler elements from being damaged.
Although R600a is a environmental friendly and
natural gas, as it is explosive, If the cooler elements
are damaged a leak may occur. Keep your fridge away
from open flames or heat sources and ventilate the
room where the appliance is located.
WARNING:
Keep ventilation openings in appliance enclosure or in
structure for building in, clear of obstruction.
WARNING:
Do not use mechanical devices or other artificial means
to accelerate the defrosting process, other than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
WARNING:
Do not use electrical appliances in the freezer
compartment of the appliance, unless they are of the
type recommended by the manufacturer
WARNING:
Do not damage the refrigerant circuits.
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CAUTION:
This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
CAUTION:
The 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.
CAUTION:
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
Caple, an approved engineer or similar qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
CAUTION:
Do not store explosive substances such as aerosol cans
with a flammable propellant in this appliance.
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CAUTION:
If the power socket does not match the refrigerator plug,
it must be replaced by Caple, an approved engineer or
similar qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
CAUTION:
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 it installed by
an authorised electrician.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
--This product is not designed for commercial use, it is
a household appliance only. It is not intended to be
used in:
• Staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working
environments.
• Bed and breakfast type environments.
• By clients in hotels, motels and other residential type
environments.
Please read this booklet before installing and switching
on this appliance. Caple take no responsibility for incorrect
installation and usage as described in this booklet
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RECOMMENDATIONS
-- Do not use adapters or shunts which could cause overheating or burning.
-- Do not plug old, warped power supply cables.
-- Do not twist and bend the cables.
-- Do not allow children to play with the appliance. Children must NEVER sit on
drawers / shelves or hang from the door.
-- Do not use sharp metal objects for removing ice on the freezer compartment; they
could puncture the refrigerator circuit and cause unrepairable damage to the unit.
Use the plastic scraper provided.
-- Do not plug the power supply with wet hands.
-- Do not place containers (glass bottles or tin containers) of liquids into the freezer
especially gassy liquids as they could cause the container to burst during freezing.
-- Bottles that contain a high percentage of alcohol must be sealed well and placed
vertically in the freezer.
-- Do not touch the cooling surfaces, especially with wet hands as you could be
burnt or hurt.
-- Do not eat ice, which has just been removed from the freezer.
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INSTALLATION WARNINGS
-- This appliance is suitable for connecting to 220-240V and 50 Hz.
-- Before making the connection to the power supply,ensure that the voltage on the
rating label corresponds to the voltage of electrical system in your home.
-- Insert the plug into a socket with an efficient ground connection. If the socket has
no ground contact or the plug does not match, contact Caple or an authorised
electrician for assistance.
-- The plug should be accessible after the appliance is positioned.
-- Caple is not responsible for failure to complete the ground connection as
described in this booklet.
-- Do not place the appliance in direct sunlight.
-- Do not use in open air and do not expose to the rain.
-- Place the appliance far from heat sources and in a well-ventilated position. The
freezer should be at least 50cm from radiators and gas ovens and 5cm far from
electrical ovens.
-- Do not place heavy items on the appliance.
-- The appliance must stand firmly and level on the floor. Use the two front levellingfeet to compensate for an uneven floor.
-- The outside of the appliance and the accessories inside should be cleaned with
a solution of water and liquid soap; the inside of the appliance with sodium
bicarbonate dissolved in lukewarm water. After drying replace all the accessories.
-- Wait 3 hours before plugging the appliance in to the main power to ensure proper
performance.
-- There can be an odour when you first switch on the appliance. It will disappear
after you leave the doors open for a while. While you are waiting 3 hours to plug
the appliance in you can leave the doors open.
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling
advice. This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could
otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The symbol
on the product indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. Disposal must be carried out in accordance with
local environmental regulations for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local council, your household waste disposal service or
the retailer where you purchased the product.
CE DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
This appliance has been manufactured to the strictest standards and complies
with all applicable legislation, Low Voltage Directive (LVD) and Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC).
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4. USE OF APPLIANCE
4.1
Introducing
Parts
PARTS
OF THE APPLIANCE
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Engine compartment
Dot matrix multi information display
Luminated touch sensitive controls
Freezer with glass shelf’s
Refrigerator with glass shelves
Crisper drawer with fresh control compartment
Freezer drawer
Ice compartment with ice cube tray
Heat insulated triple low-e glass window
Detachable trim
LED lighting with magnetic door sensor
Shelf holder with LED lighting
Bottle drawer
Robust handle
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4.2 Control Panel
CONTROL PANEL
4.2.2 C
using
the touch
panel, thevalues
temperature
values
of the each compartment
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the temperature
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4.2.1 Temperature Control
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
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different
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There
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different
on panel
the control
which are
freezer, fridge and
and Chiller Compartments.
To arrange
the temperature
values, values,
the below
chiller compartments.
To arrange
the temperature
the route
below instructions can
can be followed.
be followed.
Temperature Settings:
TEMPERATURE SETTINGS:
• Press MENU
button
(less button
than 1,5(approx
seconds)
temperature
set screenset
will
-- Press
MENU
2-3 then
seconds)
then temperature
screen
be seen.
will be seen.
• Press NEXT/SELECT button to change the selected column.
-- Press
NEXT
/ SELECT
button
to change the
selected column.
• Press UP or
DOWN
button
to change
compartment’s
temperature
values.
• To return the
Main
Screen
you
can
wait
15
seconds
or
press
the
MENU
-- Press UP or DOWN button to change compartment’s temperature values.
button.
-- To return to the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the
MENU button.
For freezer compartment,
temperature range is between -24 ºC to
-16 ºC, for Refrigerator
and
Chiller compartment,
they are +2
ºC to
For the freezer compartment,
the temperature
range
is -24 ºC to -16 ºC, for
+8 ºC. Slightly
fluctuations
for
these
values
are
normal,
which
Refrigerator and Chiller compartment, they are +2depends
ºC to +8 on
ºC. Slight fluctuations
external influences
as are
an open
door,
the
degreeon
of external
humidity influences
and the room
of thesesuch
values
normal,
and
depends
such as an open
temperature.door, the degree of humidity and the room temperature.
Important note: Always allow 12 hours for compartments to reach the
IMPORTANT NOTE:
temperature you set.
Always allow 12 hours for compartments to reach the temperature you set.
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CORONA LIGHT
This mode is used for arranging the interior refrigerator lighting ON / OFF while
the door is closed. While the corona light is ON; despite the door being closed, it
provides visibility and easy access to the compartment.
Settings:
-- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function screen
is seen.
-- Choose Corona Light by using UP or DOWN buttons.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
-- To return to the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
DOOR ALARM SOUND
This mode is used for controlling the door alarm function. If the mode is active, the
alarm sounds when the door is open for more than 60 seconds.
Settings:
-- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function screen is
seen.
-- Choose Door Alarm Sound by using UP or DOWN button.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
-- To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
ICE MAKER
This mode is used for controlling the ice maker function.
Settings:
-- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function screen
is seen.
-- Choose Ice Maker by using UP or DOWN buttons.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
-- To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
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4.2.5 Sabbath Mode
4.2.7
This modeSABBATH
is used for deactivating
MODE all functions but basic refrigeration.
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Settings: This mode is used for deactivating all functions but basic refrigeration.
Settings:
• Press MENU
button (minimum 1,5 seconds ) until the Menu Function screen
is seen. -- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function screen
• Choose Sabbath
by using UP or DOWN button.
is seen.
• Press NEXT/SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
-- Choose Sabbath by using UP or DOWN buttons.
automatically after pressing buttons.
• To return -the
Main
Screen
you can
wait 15
seconds
press
theSettings
MENU are saved
- Press
NEXT
/ SELECT
button
then
chooseor
ON
/ OFF.
button.
automatically after pressing buttons.
-- To
return
the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
4.2.6 Fridge
Zone
Mode
ZONE
MODE
This mode FRIDGE
helps to operate
fridge
zone . When fridge zone mode is set as OFF,
this compartment
will helps
not be
This mode
to cooled.
operate the fridge zone . When the fridge zone mode is set as
OFF, this compartment will not be cooled.
-- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function screen
is seen.
-- Choose
Zone 1,5
by using
UP or
DOWN
button.Function screen
• Press MENU
buttonFridge
(minimum
seconds
) until
the Menu
is seen. -- Press NEXT / SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
• Choose Fridge
Zone by using
or DOWN
button.
automatically
after UP
pressing
buttons.
• Press NEXT/SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
-- To
return
the Main
Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
automatically
after
pressing
buttons.
• To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU
button.
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4.2.7 Vegetable Zone Mode
4.2.9
This mode helps to operate vegetable zone. When the Vegetable Zone Mode is
VEGETABLE
ZONE
set as crisp
, the temperature
of the MODE
vegetable compartment will be 12 C and
This
mode
helps
to
operate
vegetable
the Vegetable Zone Mode is
the vegetables in that compartment will
be keptzone.
freshWhen
longer.
set as crisp , the temperature of the vegetable compartment will be 12°C and the
Settings:vegetables in that compartment will be kept fresh longer.
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Settings:
• Press MENU
button (minimum 1,5 seconds ) until the Menu Function screen
is seen. -- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function
screen is seen.
• Choose Vegetable
Zone by using UP or DOWN button.
• Press NEXT/SELECT
buttonZone
thenby
choose
/ OFF.
Settings
are saved
-- Choose Vegetable
using ON
UP or
DOWN
buttons.
automatically after pressing buttons.
-- the
Press
NEXT
/ SELECT
button
choose ON
/ OFF.the
Settings
• To return
Main
Screen
you can
waitthen
15 seconds
or press
MENUare saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
button.
-- To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
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KEYPAD SOUND MODE
4.2.8 Keypad Sound Mode
4.2.1
This mode
is used for activate or deactivate the keypad sound.
Settings:
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Settings:-- Press MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds) until the Menu Function screen is seen.
-- Choose Keypad Sound by using UP or DOWN buttons.
• Press MENU button (minimum 1,5 seconds ) until the Menu Function screen
is seen. -- Press NEXT / SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
• Choose Keypad Sound by using UP or DOWN button.
-- To return thebutton
Main Screen
you canON
wait
15 seconds
orare
press
the MENU button.
• Press NEXT/SELECT
then choose
/ OFF.
Settings
saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
• To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU
button.
Setti
This mode is used for activate or deactivate the keypad sound.
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DISPLAY BACKLIGHT
This mode is used to activate or deactivate the display backlight.
Settings:
-- Press MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds ) until the Menu Function screen is seen.
-- Choose Display Backlight by using UP or DOWN button.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button then choose ON / OFF. Settings are saved
automatically after pressing buttons.
-- To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
DATE SET
This mode is used for setting the date.
Settings:
-- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds ) until the Menu Function screen
is seen.
-- Choose Date Set by using UP or DOWN button.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button and then date set screen will be seen.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button to change the selected column.
-- Press UP or DOWN button to change DAY / MONTH / YEAR values.
-- To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
TIME SET
This mode is used for setting the time.
Settings:
-- Hold the MENU button (approx 2-3 seconds ) until the Menu Function screen
is seen.
-- Choose Time Set by using UP or DOWN buttons.
-- Press NEXT / SELECT button to change the selected column.
-- Press UP or DOWN button to change the time.
-- To return the Main Screen you can wait 15 seconds or press the MENU button.
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4.3 Storage Information
STORAGE
INFORMATION
4.3.1 Safety
Glass Shelves
4.3.2 T
GlassofShelves
The safety Safety
glass shelves
the GT-850 in upper fridge and freezer compartment are tempered
and
have
eloxalinplated
aluminium
mounted
in front are tempered
The safety
glass
shelves
the upper
fridge profiles
and freezer
compartment
of them. These
profiles
enhance
visuality
whilemounted
guarding in
the
glass
direct
and have
plated
aluminium
profiles
front
offrom
them.
The glass stoppers
contact of any
Theto
glass
stoppers
fixed the glass
to shelves.
provide true
fixedobject.
the glass
provide
true positioning
of the
positioningItofisthe
shelves.
easy
to remove the shelves, rise the shelf up and pull it towards you. Slowly
the refrigerator.
Repeat
the process
backwards
reinstall.
It is easy toremove
removeout
theof
shelves,
rise the shelf
up and
pull it towards
you. to
Slowly
remove outIMPORTANT
of the refrigerator.
NOTE:Repeat the process backwards to reinstall.
Impor
NOTE:
Important IMPORTANT
note: Since the
upper shelf dimensions are different than the others
Since
the
upper
different
use care to select accurateshelf
shelfdimensions
which is theare
shorter
one.than the others, ensure the shelves
are installed into the correct positions.
Important note: While loading shelves, pay attention not to exceed the glass
alignment. IMPORTANT NOTE:
While loading shelves, pay attention not to exceed the glass alignment.
Important note: Please do not place your foods in front of aluminium profiles to
IMPORTANT
NOTE:
not effect air
flow.
Please do not place your foods in front of the aluminium shelf profiles as this may
effect air flow.
Impor
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the end
Impor
breakin
and replacing
the glass
use careuse
to prevent
Important While
note: removing
While removing
and replacing
theshelves
glass shelves
care to breaking the
glass
and
scratching
the
interior
surface.
prevent breaking the glass and starching the interior surface.
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4.3.2 Tray Runner
4.3.3 S
Tray runner is compatible with glass trays used in built-in ovens and the similar
dimensions. The glass tray sent with the refrigerator as a gift not a commercial
product. Tray runner is fixed under the fridge shelf. Glass tray is placed to the
RUNNER
tray runner.TRAY
The bottom
shelf can be replaced with the middle shelf and vice
versa.
The tray runners are compatible with glass trays used in built-in ovens and similar
Tray to
runners
are tray
fixedwith
under
shelf. slowly
The glass
To insert a dimensions.
tray it is advised
align the
thethe
railsfridge
and insert
till tray is placed
the tray
runners.
The
bottom
can be replaced with the middle shelf and
the end. Tointo
remove
the tray,
slowly
pull
it untilshelf
derailed.
vice versa.
Important: While removing and replacing the oven tray use care to prevent
To insert a tray it is advised to align the tray with the rails and insert slowly till the
breaking the glass and starching the interior surface.
end. To remove the tray, slowly pull it until derailed.
The sta
quite la
Important:IMPORTANT
If the tray is hot.
Wait until cool down before replacing.
NOTE:
While removing and replacing the oven tray use care to prevent breaking the glass
Important:and
Thescratching
steam of the
foodsurface
in tray can make a stain under the shelf.
the hot
interior
IMPORTANT NOTE:
If the tray is hot. Wait until it cools down before replacing
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The steam of the hot food in tray can stain the shelf directly above. Ensure this is
cleaned regularly.
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4.3.4 F
The Fre
cover c
normal
To activ
position
To deac
figure.
4.3.3 Storage Drawers
4.3.
The stainless steel drawers create more healthy regions for foods. With their
quite large interior volume, it is easy to store more food in drawers.
By u
be re
4.3.4 Fresh Bin
STORAGE DRAWERS
The Fresh Bin keeps vegetable fresh for long time. If necessary the fresh bin
The stainless steel drawers create a more spacious area for foods. With their large
cover can be opened or closed so this compartment can be also used as a
interior volume, it is easier to store more foods in the drawers.
normal fridge compartment.
FRESH BIN
To activate the fresh bin, pull the cover as shown in figure. It will take its proper
position when
the drawer
closed.
The Fresh
Bin keeps
vegetables fresh for a longer time. If necessary the fresh bin
cover can be opened or closed so this compartment can be also used as a normal
To deactivate the fresh bin, just push the cover to the final position as shown in
fridge compartment.
figure.
To activate the fresh bin, pull the cover as shown by figure A. It will take its proper
position when the drawer closed.
To deactivate the fresh bin, just push the cover to the final position as shown by
figure B.
A
B
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4.3.5 Storage Drawer Divider
4
By using drawer divider, it is easy to separate different types of food and it can
STORAGE
DRAWER
be removed
by unscrewing
from theDIVIDER
basket.
Th
th
By using the drawer divider, it is easy to separate different types of food and it can
be removed by unscrewing from the basket.
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4.3.6 Ice-Maker
4
The automatic ice-maker located in the fridge compartment. Designed to unload
the ice on ice bucket located in the lower freezer drawer.
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ICE-MAKER
The ice
maker
can beice-maker
controlled
control
The
automatic
is from
located
in thepanel.
fridge compartment. Designed to unload
the ice into the ice bucket located in the lower freezer drawer.
Icemaker automatically stops producing ice, when the bucket is full.
The ice maker can be controlled from the control panel.
ThereThe
is aice
plumbing
connection and
water
filter system
for ice-maker
which
is
maker automatically
stops
producing
ice, when
the bucket
is full.
described
before.
There is a plumbing connection and water filter system for the ice-maker which is
Im
on
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explained in the installation guide.
Important note: Should be aware of that the customer will not make ice
immediately.
Customers
should not use the ice produced for the first time and
IMPORTANT
NOTE:
pleaseThe
discard
the
few
batches
of ice
ice.immediately.
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The ice bucket is removable for cleaning.
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WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM
For producing clean ice; a water filtration system is used which supplies filtered
water to the ice maker. The location of the filtration system is in the upper
compartment and can be easily reached by opening the upper compartment cover.
This comes already installed and can be easily replaced by the customer.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
If the unit has been turned off or the ice maker disabled for one month or longer,
the water filter cartridge should be replaced once the unit and ice maker are back in
operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Do not use with that is microbiological unsafe or unknown water quality without
adequate disinfection before or after the system. Systems certified for cyst reduction
may be used on disinfected waters that may contain filterable cysts.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The Filter cartridges should be changed every 6 months. Date and next changing
date should be written on the cartridge.
However there will be a warning on the display (FILTER) when the filter requires
changing
Replacing the Water Filter Cartridge (FILTER/CAFF60)
-- To access the water filter cartridge which is located middle of the upper
compartment, lift the cover by pulling it up.
-- Slowly rotate the cartridge one-quarter turn counter-clockwise until it is free from
the base. DO NOT pull. While separating the cartridge, it is normal to see a small
amount of water to spill out.
-- Remove the cap from new water filter cartridge.
-- Position it so the locking tabs can be inserted in to the filter head.
-- Rotate the filter slowly approximately one-quarter turn clockwise until it stops.
DO NOT over tighten.
-- To clean the water system and the air from the line, the first full bucked of ice
produced should be discarded after the new cartridge is installed.
-- Replacement water filters (FILTER/CAFF60) can be purchased directly
from www.caple.co.uk
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WATER FILTRATION BYPASS MODE
If you choose not to use the water filtration system, by removing the water filter
cartridge, the system started to work as Bypass mode. In this mode, the water gets
to ice maker without filtration.
When the cartridge is removed, the filtration system automatically goes into
Bypass mode. To use the filtration system again put the cartridge back into
filter head.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
If a reverse osmosis system is used, the water filter cartridge must be removed to
put the water filtration system into bypass mode.
FOOD STORAGE
FRIDGE COMPARTMENT
-- Under normal operating conditions, you should set the temperature of fridge
compartment to +4 / +6 °C.
-- In order to avoid frosting, humidification and bad odours, food should be placed
in the fridge in closed containers or covered with appropriate material.
-- Hot food and beverages should be cooled to room temperature before being
placed in the fridge.
-- Vegetables and fruits can be placed into the crisper drawer without packaging.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
-- Cover liquids and stews when you put them in the fridge. Otherwise, the humidity
inside the fridge increases and this causes the fridge to become less efficient.
Covering the food and beverages also allows you to protect their taste and flavour.
-- Potatoes, onion and garlic shouldn’t be kept in the fridge.
-- Fridge drawers could be removed to increase the storage volume.
The volume which is declared at product specifications is the volume that is
calculated without fridge drawer’s baskets.
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FREEZER COMPARTMENT
-- The freezer compartment is used for storing frozen foods for a long time or for
producing ice.
-- If you leave the door of freezer open for a long time, frosting will appear on the
lower stage of freezer. Thus, air circulation will be obstructed. In order to avoid
this, first unplug the cord and wait until thawed. After ice melts, you should clean
the freezer.
-- It is strongly suggested that you place your foods 1 cm away from drawer the rear
and side walls.
-- When ice bucket is removed, this drawer could be used as 2 star freezer
compartment.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Please never refreeze frozen food after thawing them. It may be hazardous to your
health as it may lead to food poisoning.
-- Do not place hot food in the freezer before cooling them. This may cause other
frozen food in the freezer to get decayed.
-- When buying frozen food, make sure that it was frozen under appropriate
conditions and its package is not torn.
-- Storing time for frozen food may differ according to the ambient temperature,
frequency of door openings, thermostat adjustments, type of food and the time
between the buying of the food and placing of the food in the freezer. Always
follow instructions on the package and do not exceed storing period.
Some spices in cooked food (aniseed, basil, dill, vinegar, spice mix, ginger, garlic,
onion, mustard, thyme, marjoram, black pepper, Bologna sausage etc.) may have a
foul taste when stored for a long time. Therefore, frozen food should be spiced just
a little or spice should be added after the food is thawed.
The storing time for the food depends on the oil used. Margarines, veal fat, olive oil
and butter are suitable, peanut oil and lard are not suitable.
Cooked food in liquid form should be frozen in plastic containers, other food
should be frozen wrapped in plastic foil or in plastic bags.
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FROZEN FOOD GUIDE
Meat & Fish
Preparation
Storing Time
(months)
Thawing time in
room temperature
(hours)
Steak
Wrapping in a foil
6 - 10
1-2
Lamb
Wrapping in a foil
6-8
1-2
Veal roast
Wrapping in a foil
6 - 10
1-2
Veal cubes
Wrapping in a foil
6 - 10
1-2
Lamp cubes
In small pieces
4-8
2-3
Minced meat
In packages without
using spices
Giblets (pieces)
In pieces
Bologna sausage /
salami
Should be packaged
even if it has
membrane
Chicken & duck
Wrapping in a foil
7-8
10 - 12
Goose & duck
Wrapping in a foil
4-8
10
Deer, rabbit, wild
boar
In 2.5 kg portions
and as fillets
4 - 12
10 - 12
2
Until it is thawed
completely
4-8
Until it is thawed
completely
2-4
Until it is thawed
completely
Fresh fishes
(salmon, carp,
crane, cat fish)
Lean fish; bass,
turbot
Fatty fishes (tuna,
mackerel, bluefish,
anchovy)
After cleaning the
bowels and scales
of the fish, wash
and dry it; and if
necessary, cut the tail
and head.
1-2
1-3
1-2
Until it is defrosted
Shellfish
Cleaned and in bags
4-6
Until it is thawed
completely
Caviar
In its packaged
aluminium or plastic
container
2-3
Until it is thawed
completely
NOTE: Frozen meat should be cooked as fresh meat after being thawed. If the
meat is not cooked after being thawed, it should never be frozen again.
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Vegetables and
fruits
Preparation
Cauliflower
Take the leaves apart, 10 - 12
cut the heart into
pieces and leave in
water with a little
lemon juice for a
while
It can be used from
frozen
String beans and
beans
Wash and cut into
small pieces
10 - 13
It can be used from
frozen
Beans
Wash
10 - 13
It can be used from
frozen
Mushroom and
asparagus
Wash and cut into
small pieces
6-9
It can be used from
frozen
Cabbage
Wash
6-8
2
Eggplant
Cut to pieces of 2cm
after washing
10 - 12
Separate them from
one another
Corn
Clean & pack with
its stem or as sweet
corn
12
1-2
Carrot
Clean & cut to slices
12
Until it is defrosted
Pepper
Cut the stem, cut
into 2 pieces &
remove the core
8 - 10
10 - 12
Spinach
Washed
6-9
10
Apple & pear
Peel & slice
8 - 10
10 - 12
Apricot & peach
Cut into 2 pieces &
remove the stone
4-6
Until it is thawed
completely
8 - 12
Until it is thawed
completely
Strawberry &
blackberry
Wash
Storing Time
(months)
Thawing time in
room temperature
(hours)
Cooked fruits
Adding 10% of the
12
sugar in the container
Until it is thawed
completely
Plum, cherry
Wash & cut the stems 8 - 12
Until it is thawed
completely
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Bread / Pastries
Storing time
(months)
Thawing time in
Thawing time in
room temperature oven (minutes)
(hours)
Bread
4-6
2-3
4 - 5 (220-225˚C)
Biscuits
3-6
1-2
5 - 8 (190-200˚C)
Pastry
1-3
2-3
5 - 10 (220-225˚C)
Pie
1-2
3-4
5 - 8 (190-200˚C)
Filo dough
2-3
1-2
5 - 8 (190-200˚C)
Pizza
2-3
2-4
15 - 20 (220˚C)
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TECHNICAL FICHE
Specifications
Climate class
Number of doors
Volume total (net)
pcs
It
CAFF60
T/SN (10˚C - 43˚C)
6
713
Volume refrigerator (net)
Volume Freezer (net)
It
It
466
247
Number of compressors
Performance (star rating)
pcs
Energy consumption
Energy consumption
Energy class
Freezing capacity
Defrost system type Fridge/Freezer
Refrigerating gas
Refrigerating gas quantity
Power
Defrost heat power
Current
Refrigeration system
Built under
Built in
Electronic control
Condenser type
kWh / year
2
216 lt 4 stars (****)
31 It 2 stars (**)
1,192
435
A++
13
Automatic
R600a
75 / 45
430
380
2,8
No - Frost
No
Yes
Yes
Air forced wire tube
condensers
C-Pentane
Forced / Forced
820
7 sensors
Left
No frost
Digital inverter
No
No
Yes
Top
Yes
Water filter
H212 x W121 x D71
(66 without handle)
Blowing agent for insulation
Air flow type Fridge / Freezer
Temperature rise time (18oC to -9oC)
Thermostat
Freezer
Cooling
Control
Chiller
Waste dispenser
Split
Condenser
Ice Tray
Hygiene features
Dimensions
28
Unit
KG / 24h
gr
W
W
A
mins
cm
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
Interior surfaces and removable parts can be cleaned using a mild solution of soap
and lukewarm water. Do not use abrasive products or detergents. After washing,
rinse with clean water and dry carefully. While cleaning, avoid getting water on
lights and display panel.
For cleaning stainless steel exterior, you can use a soft, non abrasive stainless steel
cleaner. By using a dry polishing chamois with a water–dampened microfibre cloth,
you can bring out the natural lustre of the stainless steel. Better results are obtained
by keeping the cloth in continuous contact with the stainless steel.
IMPORTANT:
Before you start cleaning, be sure to disconnect unit from the power supply.
IMPORTANT:
Do not submerge or pour hot water over cold glass shelves.
LIGHTING INFORMATION
In both the freezer and refrigerator compartments, LED lights are used for
illumination. In the upper refrigerator and freezer compartment, the locations of the
led lights are on the ceiling and side walls. For drawers, their positions are only on
the ceiling.
When the door is closed, the refrigerator lights remain on, which provides improved
visibility and easy access. The interior light can be turned on/off via the control
panel.
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2. GT-850 REFRIGERATOR INSTALLATION
It is important that the installation of GT-850 is done by a qualified installer. Otherwise, your product will be out of warranty.
This
manual is prepared for
an easier, problem free and most importantly safe
INSTALLATION
GUIDE
installation
process.
Before
beginning
is strongly
It is important that the installation isinstallation,
done by a itqualified
installer. Caple can not be
recommended
to
read
this
installation
guide
carefully
and entirely.
held responsible for any defects caused by an incorrect installation.
Any
questionsfor
youan
might
have
about the
please
Thisproblems
manual or
is prepared
easier,
problem
freeinstallation
and most process,
importantly
safe
contact
customer
service
or
your
authorized
dealer.
installation process. Before beginning installation, it is strongly recommended to
read this installation guide carefully and entirely.
Important product informations , such as model and serial number of the unit are
listed
product or
identity
plate.you
Product
identity
plate isthe
located
on the process,
left wall of
the
Any in
problems
questions
might
have about
installation
please
top
cooler
drawer
compartment.
To
access
it
please
open
the
top
cooler
drawer
and
contact Caple customer service.
remove the basket. See the illustration below.
Important product information, such as model and serial number of the unit are
listed on the rating label. This is located on the left wall of the top cooler drawer
compartment. To access it please open the top cooler drawer and remove the
basket. See the illustration below
Location of rating label
(open drawer)
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BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION
The CAFF60 could be installed as two different types. As built-in or free-standing.
-- Some parts are optional according to installation type.
Before the installation process, please make sure that the prerequisites are provided.
Such as; electrical connections, water supply etc. Please check the technical fiche on
page 28.
TOOLS & MATERIALS
-- Dolly or an appropriate lift (Able To Support 400 Kg)
-- 13 mm Socket Wrench and Open End Wrench
-- Phillips Head Screwdriver
-- M4 Allen Wrench
-- Flat Head Screwdriver
-- Drill with 6 mm concrete drill bit (for free-standing installations)
-- Tubing Cutter
-- Loctite® 270 (included in package)
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2.2 Prerequisites For Installation
PREREQUISITES
FOR INSTALLATION
Opening Dimensions
Opening
Dimensions
STANDARD
AND FLUSH BUILT-IN INSTALLATIONS
STANDARD AND FLUSH BUILT-IN INSTALLATIONS
Opening Dimensions
Standard
Flush
Opening width
1200mm
1216mm
Opening Height
2120mm
2136mm
Opening Depth
580mm
600mm
* units are in millimeters
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Overall Dimensions
Overall Dimensions
Weight
kg
CAFF60
350
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2.2.1 Electrical Requirements
2.2.2 P
The power outlet must be inside the area shown in the picture below for GT850.
The power outlet must be inside the area shown in the picture below. When
When installing plug, you should be follow the National Electrical code and local
installing plug, you should follow the National Electrical code and local codes and
codes and regulations.
regulations.
GT-850
water f
arrange
24000
water f
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Caution: ToCAUTION:
ensure that the outlet is properly wired. Polarity should be checked by a
qualified electrician.
the outlet
is properly
grounded.
To ensureMake
that sure
the outlet
is properly
wired.
Polarity should be checked by a qualified
electrician. Make sure the outlet is properly grounded.
Warning: Do not use an extension flex or plug.
WARNING:
Warning: InDo
anynot
installation,
service orflex
maintenance
use an extension
or plug. please turn off the power from
the mains.
WARNING:
In any installation, service or maintenance please turn off the power from the mains.
Import
unsafe
The ins
• the m
• the m
operati
The ins
hose-s
used a
Electrical Requirements
Electrical requirements
Power
supply
Electrical
Requirements
Plug type
220 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz
3 pin
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2.2.2 Plumbing
Requirements
PLUMBING
REQUIREMENTS
2.3 U
GT-850 is able
produceisice
via to
automatic
with an
ThetoCAFF60
able
produceice
icemaker
via ansystem
automatic
iceintegrated
maker system with an
water filtration
system.
To
supply
water
to
the
ice
maker,
the
water
line
must
integrated water filtration system. To supply water to the
icebe
maker, the water line
arranged in the
shown
area
before
installation.
A
constant
water
pressure
must be arranged in the shown area before installation. Afrom
constant water pressure
psi)
up to 830000
Pa (120
psi)830000
is sufficient
for ice
system.for
Thethe ice maker
240000 Pa (35
from
240000
Pa (35 psi)
up to
Pa (120
psi)maker
is sufficient
water filtration
system
is
described
on
page
37.
system. The water filtration system is described on page 44.
Check w
carton u
Pay atte
located
Important note:
The system
should not be used with water that is microbiologically
IMPORTANT
NOTE:
unsafe or unknown
water
quality.not be used with water that is micro biologically unsafe or
The system
should
unknown water quality
The instructions for appliances connected to the water mains shall state
Theinlet
instructions
for appliances
connected to the water mains shall state
• the maximum
water pressure,
in pascals;
• the minimum inlet water pressure, in pascals, if this is necessary for the correct
- The
maximum inlet water pressure, in pascals;
operation of-the
appliance.
-- The minimum inlet water pressure, in pascals, if this is necessary for the correct
The instructions for appliances connected to the water mains by detachable
appliance.
hose-sets shalloperation
state thatof
thethe
new
hose-sets supplied with the appliance are to be
used and that
old
hose-sets
should
not be reused.
The instructions for appliances
connected to the water mains by
Remove
take do
Importa
carrying
Importa
left side
If for an
stand u
Due to
moved
detachable hose-sets shall state that the new hose-sets supplied with the
appliance are to be used and that old hose-sets should not be reused.
2.4 P
Please
the unit
Caution
tion.
GT-850
Importa
settling
is in des
2.5 Le
Plumbing requirements
Water supply line
¼” PEX tubing
Water pressure
2.4 - 8.3 bar(35-120 psi)
Excess water line for connections
1000mm
After po
the unit
change
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IMPORTANT NOTE:
It is strongly suggested that the refrigerator should be tilted to its left side (freezer
side) while carrying but only if necessary.
If for any reason the unit has to be tilted the unit must stand upright for a minimum
of 24 hours before connecting to power.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Due to the refrigerator being heavy a caution should be taken to ensure the unit is
moved and placed with adequate human power.
POSITION THE UNIT
Please make sure all electrical and plumbing requirements are done, before placing
the unit.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Make sure the rear levellers are in their lowest position while setting the refrigerator
in its place. Levelling should not be completed until the unit is in the desired
position.
LEVELLING THE UNIT
After positioning has been done, levelling should be done for proper placing. When
the unit is properly levelled, door and drawer adjustments are less likely to be
changed from the factory default settings.
Firstly rear adjustment should be done with using a 13mm socket wrench. Turn the
bolt clockwise to raise the unit or counter clockwise to lower it. Refer to the picture
below for the position of the rear roller base adjustment.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The floor can be reference for levelling, and not surrounding cabinetry. This could
have influence on the operation of the unit, such as door closing or drawer closing.
The front levelling legs could be adjusted by turning them counter clockwise.
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preven
freesta
packag
Important note: The floor can be reference for levelling, and not surrounding
cabinetry. This could have influence the operation of the unit, such as door closing
or drawer closing.
Conten
The front levelling legs could be adjusted by turning them counter clockwise.
All com
Warnin
REAR ADJUSTMENT
2.6.1 I
L type
bly and
FRONT LEVELLING LEG
• Place
WARNING:
avoidofthe
forward,the
thefront
front
levelling
legs
should
touch the floor.
Warning: ToToavoid
theunit
unit tipping
tipping forward,
levelling
legs
should
touch
the floor.
• The u
ANTI-TIP BRACKET INSTALLATION
• L type
located
For safety precautions it is important to fix the system to the surrounding to
prevent tipping over. There are two different methods which can be applied for
free-standing type and built-in type. The content of fixating elements in the anti-tip
package includes for two types of installation.
• Mark
Content of Anti-tip package;
• Faste
--------
Fixing Pin 2mm String Lag Screw (D4X20) L type Bracket Screw (M5X16) Plastic Wall Plug Lag Screw (D4X35) -
-
-
-
-
-
-
• Make
the wal
4 pieces
8 pieces
4 pieces
2 pieces
2 pieces
4 pieces
4 pieces
All components will not be necessary for each installation.
2.12 Water Filtration System
Water Filter Bypass Mode
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Water filter is taped at the back of the top cover. After installation is completed,
CAFF60 the
Fridgecartridge
Freezer.indd to
37 filter housing then turn it to clockwise.
please insert
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Sophis
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data log
find a p
FREESTANDING INSTALLATION
L type brackets and joints are used in this installation type. The sequence of
assembly and installation drawing are located below.
-- Place the refrigerator in appropriate position.
-- The unit should be pushed until the back side touches the wall.
-- L type brackets and the rivet nuts are fastened with M5 screw which are located
on the top of the refrigerator.
-- Mark the wall through the holes of L type bracket and move the bracket.
-- Make a hole on the wall at appropriate points with 6 mm drill and put the pegs in
the wall.
-- Fasten the L type bracket to the wall with D4X35 Lag Screws.
Detail A
cover
lag
screw
peg
M5
countersunk
screw
Freestanding Installation
Installation
Free-standing
2.6.2 In Built-in
Installation;
BUILT-IN
INSTALLATION
andare
the
joints
are used
in built-in
installationofversion.
The sequence of
Fixing pin Fixing
and thepins
joints
used
in Built-in
version.
The sequence
the assembly
the
assembly
and
installation
drawing
are
located
below.
and installation drawing are located below.
-- Place the refrigerator in furniture which is built in special dimensions. The
• Place the refrigerator in furniture which is built in special dimensions. The dimendimensions can be found in page 32.
sions can be found in page 9.
• Open the--upper
cover.
Opencompartment
the upper compartment
cover.
-- Putpins
theinfixed
pins in appropriate
holes
use the
washers for
tolerating gaps.
• Put the fixed
appropriate
holes and use
the and
washers
for tolerating
gaps.
-- Fasten
the to
fixing
to the
furniture
using D4X20
• Fasten the
fixing pins
the pins
furniture
with
using D4X20
ScrewsScrew.
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Detail B
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• Place the refrigerator in furniture which is built in special dimensions. The dimensions can be found in page 9.
• Open the upper compartment cover.
• Put the fixed pins in appropriate holes and use the washers for tolerating gaps.
• Fasten the fixing pins to the furniture with using D4X20 Screws
Detail B
Detail A
pin
pin
lag
screw
lag
screw
Built-in Installation
Built-in
Installation
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Important
note:
sure the
levellingdone
is correct
donebefore
beforescrewing.
screwing.
Be sure
theBe
levelling
is correct
correctly
WATER LINE CONNECTION
¼‘’ mm plastic tubing is connected to the ice maker with a pre-assembled ¼ ‘’
check valve connection at the end of the tube. Check valve is located behind the
kick plate.
First, PEX tubing must be cut evenly using tubing cutters for even cut to eliminate
any leakages. Next, safety clips should be removed from the open end of the check
valve. Then the tubing must be inserted firmly to the check valve. Finally safety clips
should be inserted onto the check valve again.
To prevent leaks, all connections should be checked.
3. BEFORE
USING YOUR FRIDGE
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Before making any connection please make sure the water tubing is clean, using
3.1 Safety
some waterInstructions
to remove debris which may be present in the tube.
IMPORTANT
NOTE:contains R600a as a refrigerant. You should be careful
Warning:
This appliance
filtration
system can
bypassed
removing cooler
the filter
in case from
reverse
duringWater
shipment
and montage
to be
prevent
yourby
appliance’s
elements
system
or any
in-house
is used.
Filter housing
has gas,
an automated
being osmosis
damaged.
Although
R600a
is a filtration
environmental
friendly
and natural
as
bypass system.
it is explosive,
in case of a leakage to be occurred due to a damage in the cooler
elements move your fridge from open flame or heat sources and ventilate the
room where the appliance is located for a few minutes.
Warning: Keep ventilation openings in appliance enclosure or in structure for
building in, clear of obstruction.
Warning: Do not use mechanical devices or other artificial means to accelerate
the defrosting process, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
Warning: Do not use electrical appliances in the freezer
compartment
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Warning: Do not damage the refrigerant circuits.
Caution: If this appliance is to replace an old refrigerator with a lock; break or
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2.8 Installing Kickplate
Before the installing the kickplate, make sure to put the drain pan back to its
original position. The slots on the kickplate should be aligned with the poles. Push
KICKPLATE
the INSTALLING
kickplate firmly to the
poles until hearing a “click” sound or until the
surface of the kickplate and the main frame are aligned. Please see the illustration
Before the installing the kickplate, make sure to put the drain pan back to its
below.
original position. The slots on the kickplate should be aligned with the poles. Push
kickplate
poles
hearing
“click” sound
or until An
the surface
Thethe
clips
must befirmly
placedonto
one the
by one
foruntil
an easier
andaconvenient
installation.
of the force
kickplate
the main
frame are aligned. Please see the illustration below.
excessive
can and
damage
the kickplate.
The clipsnote:
mustThe
be kickplate
placed one
by be
oneremovable
for an easier
and convenient
installation. An
Important
must
for service.
Take caution
excessive
force
can
damage
the
kickplate.
accordingly.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The kickplate must be removable for service. Take caution accordingly.
Kickplate
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2.9 Door Handle Installation
DOOR
The door
handleHANDLE
pins must be INSTALLATION
screwed tightly with a drop of Loctite® 270
on the tooth of the pins. The door handles should be placed and tightened
The door handle pins must be screwed tightly with a drop of Loctite® 270 on the
with setscrews on them. This process should be done for both the doors and
tooth of the pins. The door handles should be placed and tightened with setscrews
drawer handles. While processing, be careful not to hit the surface of the
on them. This process should be done for both the doors and drawer handles.
refrigerator. Scratch or dent may happen.
While processing, be careful not to hit the surface of the refrigerator.
The doors
of GT-850
models
open
up to of
an120
angle
o
The doors
can open
up to
an angle
. of 120.
Warning:
The surface which has setscrew holes for drawer handle must
WARNING:
face down.
The surface which has setscrew holes for drawer handle must face down.
door
handle
pin
setscrew
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2.10 Drawer Adjustment
DRAWER
After
installationADJUSTMENT
is completed, if drawers are not aligned, they can be adjusted
horizontally or vertically with the help of adjustment area. The adjustment area is
After installation is completed, if the drawers are not aligned, they can be adjusted
behind the basket. This area is accessible by removing the basket. To shift horizonhorizontally or vertically with the help of adjustment area. The adjustment area
tally, change the position of screws in the middleslots. To shift vertically, change the
is behind the basket. This area is accessible by removing the basket. To shift
position of screws in the outer slots. Each slot can shift by 2 mm. Since the holes on
horizontally, change the position of screws in the middle slots. To shift vertically,
the doors are shifted to meet to align only one slot at a time. Please see the
change the position of screws in the outer slots. Each slot can shift by 2 mm. Since
illustration
below.
the holes on
the doors are shifted to meet to align only one slot at a time. Please
see the illustration below.
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2.11 Optional Accessories
ACCESSORIES
SideOPTIONAL
Panels
2
For freestanding
installations, stainless steel side panels are available through your
Side Panels
authorized dealer.
For free-standing installations, stainless steel side panels are available as optional
Caple.
Side extras
panelsthrough
are installed
using special screws and shims supplied with the side
panels. First lift the side panel up a little. Push and align side panel to the side of the
Side
panelsWhen
are installed
using
special
screws
andgently
shimstillsupplied
fridge’s
frame.
aligned pull
down
the side
panel
it settles.with the side
panels. First lift the side panel up a little. Push and align side panel to the side of the
Referfridge’s
to the illustration
below.
frame. When
aligned pull down the side panel gently till it settles.
W
p
W
L
o
th
Refer to
the Side
illustration
Important
note:
panels below.
are optional.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Side panels are optional.
3
It
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3
2
2
T
P
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1
1
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screw
shim
If
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2.12 Water Filtration System
2.13
Water Filter Bypass Mode
Sophisti
malfunc
data log
find a pi
WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM
Water filter is taped at the back of the top cover. After installation is completed,
Filter
Mode
please insert Water
the cartridge
to Bypass
filter housing
then turn it to clockwise.
Water
filter
is taped the
at the
back
of cartridge
the top cover.
installation is completed,
If water filtration
in not
necessary,
water
filter
can beAfter
removed
please
insert
the
cartridge
to
filter
housing
then
turn
it
to
or not be installed in the first place. Thus the system can be operated in clockwise.
bypass mode.IfInwater
this mode,
water
suppliedthe
to ice
maker
without
a can be removed or not
filtration
in will
not be
necessary,
water
filter
cartridge
filtration.
be installed in the first place. Thus the system can be operated in bypass mode. In
this mode, water will be supplied to ice maker without a filtration.
Lift the top cover to access the water filter cartridge. To lift the cover, pull
out on the bottom
edge
the cover
and tilt
coverfilter
frame
forward.To
See
Lift the
topofcover
to access
thethe
water
cartridge.
lifttothe cover, pull out
the illustrationonbelow.
the bottom edge of the cover and tilt the cover frame forward. See to the
below.
It is advised toillustration
put a towel
under the water filter cartridge since there is
spilling out.
To separate water filter cartridge, rotate it one-quarter turn counter clockwise.
Please twist the
base of the
cartridge
slowly to release.
not pull. turn counter clockwise.
To separate
water
filter cartridge,
rotate itDo
one-quarter
See to the illustration.
Please twist the base of the cartridge slowly to release. Do not pull. See to the
illustration.
If the filter cartridge is removed, bypass mode could be activated automatically.
If the filter cartridge is removed, bypass mode will be activated automatically.
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To ensu
complet
overlook
pressure andItexcess
watertoinput
theafilter.
Unfortunately
therefilter
will be
a small since there is pressure
is advised
towel
under the water
cartridge
amount of water
spilling
out.
and excess water in the filter. Unfortunately there will be a small amount of water
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SERVICE INFORMATION
A sophisticated control and data logging system is integrated in the CAFF60. If any
malfunction occurs it is wise to contact Caple service. The information kept in the
data logger will be used to find and analyse the cause of the malfunction in order
to find a pin point solution to fix the unit.
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
To ensure a safe and proper installation, the following checklist should be
completed by the installer to ensure that no part of the installation has been
overlooked.
-- Have all packing materials been removed?
-- Is the water supply line connected and not leaking? Is the water supply turned on
and ice maker control on?
-- Have the anti-tip brackets been installed securely and properly engaging the unit?
-- Is the unit levelled properly on a solid, level floor?
-- Has the drain pan and kickplate installed?
-- Are panels attached securely and properly aligned? (in free-standing type)
-- Are the door(s) aligned for proper appearance and operation?
-- Has the water filter cartridge been removed (for homes with a reverse osmosis
system)?
-- Are all the doors aligned smoothly?
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Caple Service
Fourth Way
Avonmouth
Bristol
BS11 8DW
t: 0117 938 7420
e: service@caple.co.uk
www.caple.co.uk
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