UZ130.3
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING AN AMICA APPLIANCE
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DEAR CUSTOMER!
Your appliance is exceptionally easy to use and extremely efficient. Before being packaged
and leaving the manufacturer, the appliance was thoroughly checked with regard to safety and
functionality. Before using the appliance, please carefully read these Operating Instructions
GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING CONDITIONS OF THE APPLIANCE
OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
USING THE REFRIGERATOR EFFICIENTLY
DEFROSTING, WASHING AND MAINTENANCE
TROUBLE-SHOOTING
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
CLIMATE RANGE
WARRANTY AND AFTER-SALE SERVICES
ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT
CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE DOOR OPENING / MOUNT
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The appliance is intended for household
use only.
The manufacturer reserves the right to
introduce changes which do not affect the
operation of the appliance.
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Figures in this user manual are for illustrative purposes only. Full appliance fittings
are listed in a relevant section.
Some provisions in this user manual are unified for refrigerating products of different types (for a refrigerator,
refrigerator-freezer or freezer)
The Manufacturer shall not be held liable for damage
arising from the failure to observe the instructions contained in this manual.
Keep this manual for future reference, or to pass it over
to the next user.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with limited physical or mental capabilities and persons who lack experience or familiarity with
the appliance.
Do not allow una tte nde d children to use the appliance. Do not allow them to play with the appliance. They
must not climb inside the drawers and swing on the doors.
The appliance operates properly at the ambient temperature (see product fiche). Do not use it in the cellar,
unheated summer cottage during autumn and winter.
When placing, moving, lifting the appliance, do not hold
the door handles, do not pull the condenser at the rear
part of the refrigerator and do not touch the compressor
unit.
When transporting, moving or positioning the fridge-freezer do not tilt it by more than 40° from the vertical
position. Should such a situation occur, the appliance
should be switched on after minimum 2 hours from its
replacement in the right position (fig.2).
Pull the plug out from the mains socket before each maintenance activity. Do not pull on the cord, but hold the
body of the plug instead.
The “cracking” sound, which the appliance may emit is
caused by the expansion and contraction of parts as a
result of temperature variations.
For safety reasons do not repair the appliance yourself.
Repairs carried out by persons who do not have the
required qualifications may result in serious danger for
the user of the appliance.
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GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE
GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE
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Air the room in which the appliance is placed for a few
minutes (the size of the room for a product containing
isobuthane/R600a must be at least 4m3) to avoid damage to the cooling system.
Do not refreeze partly thawed products.
Do not store beverages in bottles and cans, especially carbonated beverages, in the freezer chamber. The
cans and the bottles may explode.
Do not put frozen products, taken out directly from the
freezer (lollies, ice cubes, etc.) into your mouth, their
low temperature may cause severe frost-bite.
Make sure you do not damage the cooling system, by
puncturing the refrigerant pipes in the evaporator or
breaking the pipes. The refrigerant is flammable. If the
refrigerant makes contact with the eyes, rinse them
with clean water and call for medical assistance immediately.
If the power wire gets broken, it should be replaced with
a new one in a specialist repair shop.
This appliance is intended for food storage, do not use
it for other purposes.
When performing activities, such as cleaning, maintenance or moving, the appliance must be completely disconnected from power supply (by pulling the plug out
from the socket)
This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years
and older or by persons with physical, mental or sensory handicaps, or by those who are inexperienced or
unfamiliar with the appliance, provided they are supervised or have been instructed how to safely use the appliance and are familiar with risks associated with the
use of the appliance. Ensure that children do not play
with the appliance. Cleaning and maintenance of the
appliance should not be performed by children unless
they are 8 years or older and are supervised by a competent person.
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Anti-bacteria System (varies depending on the model.
Its presence is indicated by the label inside the appliance chamber) - The Antibacteria System protects foods
and products inside the refrigerator from bacteria and
mould which may cause unpleasant smells and shorten
storage time. The Antibacteria System prolongs the freshness of food. The special material used to construct
the fridge liner prevents bacterial, microorganism and
mould growth.
In order to obtain more space in the freezer, you can
remove the drawers and place the food directly on the
shelves. This has no effect on the product mechanical
properties and cooling performance. Declared freezer
capacity was calculated with the drawers removed.
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GUIDELINES CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF USE
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING CONDITIONS OF THE APPLIANCE
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Installation before using the appliance for the first time
●Take the product out of the package,
remove the scotch tape protecting the
door and the equipment. Any remaining
adhesive stains may be removed with a
mild washing agent.
●Do not throw away the polystyrene elements of the packaging. If it is necessary
to transport the fridge-freezer, pack it in
the polystyrene elements and film as well
as protect ing it with scotch tape
●Clean the interior surface of the fridgefreezer and the elements of the equipment with a washing agent dissolved in
lukewarm water, then wipe it dry.
●Place the fridge-freezer on an even, flat
and stable surface, in dry, aired and
shaded room, far from the heat sources
such as: oven, hob, central heating radiators, central heating pipes, hot water
installation, etc.
●On the exterior surface of the product
may be a protective foil, this foils should
be removed.
●Make sure the appliance is placed in a
horizontal position by screwing in the 2
adjustable front legs (fig. 3)
●To ensure that the door opens freely, the
distance between the side of the appliance (on door hinges side) and the wall is
shown on figure 5.*
●Ensure adequate ventilation of the room
and free air circulation from all sides of
the appliance (fig. 6).*
Minimum distances from the heat
sources
- from the electric gas and other ovens 30 mm,
- from oil or coal fired ovens - 300 mm,
- from built-in ovens - 50 mm
Mains connection
●Prior to connection, it is recommended
to set the temperature control knob to an
„OFF” or other position that disconnects
the appliance from the power supply
(See page with the control description).
●This appliance should be connected to
AC 220-240V 50Hz supply socket. The
socket must be fitted properly, and must
be supplied with an earthing conduit and
a 10A fuse.
●It is a legal requirement that the appliance is properly earthed. The manufacturer
will not be held liable for any damage or
injury which may result from the failure
to fulfil this requirement.
●Do not use adapters, multiple sockets
and two-wire extension leads. If it is
necessary to use the extension lead, it
must be equipped with a protection ring
and a single socket and must have a
VDE/GS safety certificate.
●If an extension lead is used (with a
protection ring and safety certificate), its
socket must be located at a safe distance, away from the sinks, and must not
be in a place where it could be flooded
by water or waste water.
●See the type plate at the lower part of the
internal wall of the appliance for detailed
specifications**.
Disconnecting the mains
●Make sure the appliance can be easily
disconnected from the mains, either by
pulling the plug out of the mains socket,
or by switching the two-pole switch off
(fig. 9).
If there is no possibility of ensuring the
above- mentioned distances, provide an
appropriate insulation board.
●The rear wall of the refrigerator, in particular, the condenser and other elements
of the cooling system must not contact
other elements, which may damage
them, (e.g. central heating pipes and the
water supply pipes).
●It is forbidden to readjust or modify
any parts of the unit. It is crucial not to
damage the capillary tube visible in the
compressor recess. The tube may not
be bent, straightened or wound.
●If the capillary tube is damaged by the
user the guarantee will be void (fig. 8).
● In some models the handle is put into
the appliance, You should screw it with
Your own screwdriver,
* Only freestanding appliances
** According to the model
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OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
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Control panel (Fig. 10).
1. Thermostat dial
The thermostat automatically keeps the internal temperature at a constant level. The temperature is regulated by the thermostat dial, located on the freezer control panel. To change the
temperature, turn the dial anti-clockwise from 1 (highest temperature) to 5 (coldest temperature). We recommend that you start with the appliance set to position 3.
2. Super freeze switch
This freezer is equipped with a super freeze function. This allows the freezer compressor to
run continuously and so freezes food more quickly. When fast freezing is needed, turn on
the fast freezing function button with the indication that yellow light is on. After 24 hours, the
function will be switched off automatically.
3. Power indicator light
This green light will illuminate when the freezer is switched on.
4. Over temperature indicator light
This red light will illuminate when the temperature inside the freezer is too high. This may
illuminate after the door has been opened, or when fresh food is added and should switch off
again once the temperature within the freezer has stabilised.
5. Super freeze indicator light
This yellow light will illuminate when the super freeze function has been switched on with the
super freeze switch (2).
Do not put food into the fridge freezer before it has reached its operating temperature,
which takes minimum 4 hours.
Temperature inside the fridge / freezer chamber
Do not change the temperature settings due to the change in the season of the year. The ambient temperature increase will be detected by the sensor and the compressor will be switched on automatically
for a longer period of time in order to maintain the temperature set inside the chambers.
Minor changes in temperature
The slight changes in temperature are perfectly normal and may occur, for instance during the storage
of great quantities of fresh products in the fridge, or when the door is open for a longer period of time.
This will not affect the condition of the stored foodstuff, and the temperature will quickly return to its set
value.
Replace the light bulb*
● Set the knob to „OFF”, then unplug the appliance.
● Remove the bulb cover (Fig. 18).
● Replace the bulb with one having identical parameters as the bulb factory pre-installed in the appliance (E14 thread, 220-240V, max 10W, maximum dimensions: diameter 26 mm, length 55 mm).
● Replace the bulb cover.
Bulbs of a higher or lower power should not be used, only use bulbs of the specification given
above.
The light bulb must not be used for room illumination.
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Applicable to appliances factory designed for incandescent lighting, and selected appliances equipped with LED lighting in the form of a E14 thread light bulb.
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OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
Storage of food in the fridge-freezer
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Observe the following recommendations to
ensure the food remains fresh.
● The products should be placed on plates, in
containers or packed in food wrap. Distribute
them evenly l over the shelves.
● If the food contacts the rear wall, it may cause
frosting or wetting of the products.
● Do not put dishes with hot food t into the fridge
● Products which absorb flavours easily such as
butter, milk, white cheese and products with intense flavour, such as fish, smoked meat, hard
cheese must be placed on shelves, packed in
food wrap or in tightly sealed containers.
● The storage of vegetables containing significant
quantities of water will cause the deposition of
condensation on the vegetable containers, it
does not impact on the proper functioning of the
fridge.
● Before putting the vegetables into the fridge, dry
them well.
● Excessive moisture shortens the shelf life of vegetables, especially the leafed vegetables.
● Do not wash the vegetables before storing in the
refrigerator. Washing removes the natural protection, therefore it is better to wash the vegetables directly before consumption.
● It is recommended to place the products in freezer drawers 1, 2, 3* up to natural loading capacity (Fig. 11a / 11b).**
● We advise you not to place more of fresh food
at a time to the freezer per day (see table witch
technical specification).
● In order to maintain optimum quality of the frozen
food, reorganise the food that is in the middle of
the freezer, so that it does not touch the products
that are not yet frozen.
● It is recommended that you move the already
frozen products to one side and place the fresh
products that are to be frozen on the opposite
side, as close to the rear and side walls as possible.
● To freezing products, use space marked (*/***).
● Bear in mind that the temperature in the freezer is affected by several factors, including
the ambient temperature and the quantity of
food products in the chamber, the frequency
of opening the door, the amount of frost in the
freezer, and the thermostat setting.
● If you cannot open the freezer door immediately after closing it, allow 1-2 minutes for
the negative pressure to compensate, and try
again to open the door.
The storage time for frozen products depends on
their quality before freezing when fresh, and on the
storage temperature. The following storage periods
are recommended when the temperature of -18°C
or lower is maintained::
1. Packed products
2. Shelf
3. Natural loading capacity
4. (*/***)
● Stacking of products on the freezer shelves is
acceptable.*
● It is acceptable to place products beyond the
natural loading capacity by 20-30 mm.**
● In order to increase the loading capacity of the
freezer chamber and allow the stacking of products on the freezer evaporator wire shelves up
to maximum height it is possible to remove drawers 1 and 2.*
Products
Months
Beef
6-8
Veal
3-6
Giblets
1-2
Pork
3-6
Poultry
6-8
Eggs
3-6
Fish
3-6
Vegetables
10-12
Fruit
10-12
Freezing food**
● Practically all the food products, except for vegetables consumed raw, such as lettuce can be
frozen.
● Only food products of the highest quality, divided
into small portions for single use, should be frozen.
● Products should be packed in materials that are
odourless, resistant to air and moisture penetration, and not susceptible to fat. Plastic bags,
polyethylene and aluminium sheets are the best
wrapping materials.
● The packaging should be tight and should stick to
the frozen products. Do not use glass containers.
● Keep fresh and warm foodstuff at ambient temperature away from the products, which have
already been frozen.
Do not store frozen food in rapid cooling chamber. Ice cubes can be prepared and stored in this
chamber.***
* Applicable to appliances with a freezer compartment at the bottom of the appliance.
** Applicable to appliances with a freezer compartment (*/***)
*** Not applicable to appliances with a freezer
compartment marked (*/***)
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Practical everyday tips
Storage zones in the refrigerator
●Do not place fridges or freezers next to radiators,
heaters, stoves or in direct sunlight.
●Make sure that air vents are not covered up and
clean the dust off them once or twice a year.
●Select the right temperature: 6 to 8°C in your
refrigerator and -18°C in your freezer is sufficient.
●When on holiday, turn up the temperature in your
fridge.
●Only open your fridge or freezer when necessary.
It helps if you know what food each contains and
where it is located. Return food to the fridge or
freezer as soon as possible after you have used
it so that it does not warm up too much.
●Wipe the inside of your fridge regularly with a
cloth soaked in a mild detergent. Appliances
which are not self-defrosting will require regular
defrosting. Do not allow frost layers thicker than
10 mm to form.
●Keep the seal around the door clean, otherwise
it will not shut properly. Always replace broken
seals.
●Due to the natural circulation of the air in the
appliance, there are different temperature zones
in the refrigerator chamber.
●The coldest area is directly above the vegetables
drawers. Use this area for all delicate and highly
perishable food e.g.
- Fish, meat, poultry
- Sausage products, ready meals
- Dishes or baked goods containing eggs or
cream
- Fresh dough, cake mixtures
- Pre-packed vegetable and other fresh food with
a label stating it should be kept at a temperature
of approx 4°C.
●The warmest area is in the top section of the
door. Use this for storing butter and cheese.
Understanding the stars
* Temperature is at least -6°C; sufficient to store
frozen food for about a week. Drawers or compartments marked with one star used to be a
feature of (mostly) cheaper fridges.
** Food can be stored at -12°C or below for 1-2
weeks without losing its taste. Not suitable for
freezing food.
*** This rating is mainly used to store foods at -18°C
or below. Can also be used to freeze up to 1
kilogram of fresh food.
**** This appliance is suitable for storing foods at
-18°C or below and freezing larger quantities of
fresh foods.
Food that should not be stored in a refrigerator
●Not all food is suitable for storing in the refrigerator, particularly:
- Fruit and vegetables which are sensitive to
cold, such as bananas, avocado, papaya, passion fruit, aubergines, peppers, tomatoes and
cucumbers.
- Fruit which is not yet ripe
- Potatoes
Example of storing the food - see figure 12.
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USING THE REFRIGERATOR EFFICIENTLY
DEFROSTING, WASHING AND MAINTENANCE
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Never clean the product’s casing or plastic parts
using solvents or strong, abrasive detergents (e.g.
washing powders or creams)! Use mild liquid detergents and soft cloths only. Do not use sponges.
Defrosting the fridge***
● Frost settles on the rear wall of the fridge chamber.
It is removed automatically. During the defrosting,
the condensate, which contains contaminants may
clog the opening in the through. Should it occur,
carefully unclog the opening with the cleaning plug
(fig. 13).
● The appliance operates in cycles: it refrigerates
(then the frost settles on the rear wall), and defrosts
(water flows down the rear wall)
Disconnect the appliance from the mains
before cleaning by removing the plug
from the mains socket or switching off
the fuse. Prevent water from penetrating
the control panel or the light.
●Do not use defrosting aerosols. They may cause
the formation of an explosive mixture, or contain
solvents which may damage the plastic components of the appliance and even be harmful to
health.
●Make sure the water used for cleaning does not
flow into the evaporation container through the
discharge opening.
●The whole appliance, except for the door gasket
must be cleaned with a mild cleaning detergent.
The door gasket should be cleaned with water
and wiped dry.
●Wash all the accessories (vegetable containers,
door shelves, glass shelves, etc.).
● Depending on the model, pull out the drainage
tube located in the bottom of the freezer compartment and place a suitable vessel underneath.
● Leave the door open, this will speed up the defrost process. Additionally, a pot with hot water
(not boiling) may be placed inside the freezer
compartment.
● Wash the interior of the freezer and wipe it dry.
● Switch on the appliance as per the relevant
point in the manual.
Automatic fridge defrosting****
The fridge chamber has been equipped with an
automatic defrosting function. However, frost may
settle on the rear wall of the fridge chamber. This
happens usually, when large quantities of fresh
food products are stored in the fridge.
Automatic fridge defrosting****
The freezer chamber has been equipped with
an automatic defrosting function (no-frost). The
food is frozen in the cooled circulation air, and the
moisture from the freezer chamber is discharged
outside. As a result, no ice and frost is produced
in the freezer and the products do not freeze on
each other.
Washing the fridge and freezer chambers
manually****
It is recommended to wash the fridge and freezer
chambers at least once a year. This prevents the
formation of bacteria and bad odours. Switch off
the appliance, using button (1), remove the food
from the chambers and wash them using water
with a mild detergent. Then, wipe the chambers
dry with a cloth.
Defrosting the freezer**
Taking out and putting in the shelves
●It is recommended to combine defrosting the
appliance with washing it.
●Excessive accumulation of ice on the freezing
areas impairs the appliance’s freezing capacity
and increases the energy consumption.
●Defrost the appliance at least once or twice a
year. In case of a higher ice build-up, defrosting
must be carried out more frequently.
●If there is food in the freezer, set the knob to the
max. position about 4 hours before the planned
defrosting. This will ensure the possibility of
storing the food at the ambient temperature for
a longer time.
●After taking the food out of the freezer, put it in
a container, wrap it with several layers of paper,
a blanket and store it at a cool place.
●The defrosting operation should last as short as
possible. Long storage of food at the ambient
temperature shortens their shelf life.
Slide the shelf out, then slide it in as much as possible so that its clamp could fit the guide groove
(fig. 15).
In order to defrost the freezer chamber, you
must take the following steps:**
** Applicable to appliances with a freezer compartment (*/***) Not applicable to appliances
with a Frost-free System.
*** Applicable to appliances with a refrigerator
compartment Not applicable to appliances with
a Frost-free System.
****Applicable to appliances with a Frost-free
System.
● Switch of the appliance using the control panel
and pull the plug out from the socket..
● Open the door and remove the food from the
freezer.
Taking out and putting in the door shelf
Lift the door shelf, remove it and put it back from
the top into its required position (fig. 16).
You must not put an electric heater,
a heating fan or a hair dryer into the
freezer by any means.
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Problems
Possible causes
Remedies
- check whether the plug is properly inserted into
the socket
- check whether the power cable of the appliance is
not damaged
- check whether there is voltage in the socket, by
plugging another appliance, e.g. a night lamp
- check whether the appliance is switched on by
setting the thermostat to a position above 0.
The appliance does
The electric circuit is disrupted
not work
The lighting inside
the chamber does
not work
The bulb is loose or fused (only appliances - fit the bulb correctly or replace it (see section above
with bulb lightning type)
“Replacing the interior light bulb)
Incorrect setting of the adjustment knob
The ambient temperature is higher or lower
than the climate range from table with
technical specification
The appliance is located in a sunlit place or
near heat sources
- reset the knob to a higher position
- the appliance is adapted to operation in the climate range from table with technical specification.
- move the appliance to another place. Observe the
guidelines contained in the manual
- wait 72 hours until the food becomes cool (freToo much warm food loaded at a time
ezes) and the required temperature is reached
inside the chamber
Temperature inside
- place the food and containers in such a way that
the appliance is not Internal air circulation obstructed
they do not touch the rear wall of the fridge
low enough or too
high
The air circulation at the back of the ap- move the appliance min. 30 mm away from the
pliance is obstructed
wall
The door of the fridge/freezer is opened too - reduce the frequency of opening the door and/or
often and/or remains open for too long
shorten the time when door remains open
- place the food and containers so that they would
The door does not close completely
not interfere with door closed
check whether the ambient temperature is not
The compressor is switched on too rarely -lower
than climate class
Door gasket inserted incorrectly
- press the gasket in
Incorrect setting of the adjustment knob
- reset the knob to a lower position
The appliance
See. ”Temperature inside the appliance
See. ”Temperature inside the appliance is not low
works continuously is not low enough for description of other
enough for description of other possible remedies
possible causes
The water discharge opening is clogged
(depending on the model)
Water collects in
the lower part of the
appliance
Internal air circulation obstructed
The appliance
generates unusual
noise
Incorrect levelling of the appliance
The appliance is touching furniture and/or
other objects
- clean the discharge opening (see the operating
manual – chapter entitled ”Defrosting the fridge”)
- place the food and containers in such a way as
that they do not touch the rear wall of the fridge
- level the appliance properly
- place the appliance at a location that ensures
proper clearances around it
Certain sounds can be heard during normal use of the refrigerator, which do not affect its correct operation.
Sounds, which can be easily prevented:
● noise caused by the appliance which is not level - adjust the position with the adjustable turn-in
front feet. Alternatively, place pads made of soft material under the rear rollers, especially when the
appliance is placed on tiles.
● touching the adjacent piece of furniture - move the refrigerator away.
● creaking of the drawers or shelves - take out and put back the drawer or shelf.
● sounds of clinking bottles - move bottles apart.
Sounds heard during normal use are mainly due to operation of the thermostat, compressor (switching
on) and cooling system (thermal expansion and contraction of the radiator caused by flow of the cooling
agent).
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TROUBLE-SHOOTING
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
ELIMINATION / DISPOSAL OF THE EQUIPMENT
Ozone layer protection
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The refrigerants and
foaming agents, which are
100% free of FCKW and
FKW have been used for
manufacturing our product.
Therefore we are helping
to protect the ozone layer
and prevent the increase of
greenhouse effects. Also,
the innovative technology and environmentally friendly insulation help in reducing energy
consumption.
If the appliance is no
longer in use, cut the
connecting cable off the
used equipment before its
scrapping. Also, remove
the appliance lock or
render it useless so that
the appliance presents no
danger to children while being stored for
disposal. This appliance is marked with a
symbol of the crossed out waste container
in conformance with the European Directive 2002/96/EC. Such marking informs that
the equipment may not be kept together
with other waste coming from the household after the period of its use. The user
is obliged to dispose of the appliance at
the waste collection point. The local waste
collection points, shops and communal
units form an appropriate system enabling
the disposal of the equipment.
Recycling of the packaging
Our packaging are made of
environmentally friendly materials, which can be reused:
Handling the used electrical and electronic equipment properly contributes to the
avoidance of consequences harmful to the
human health and natural environment,
resulting from the presence of hazardous
substances and improper storage and
processing of such equipment.
● The external packaging is made of cardbo●
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ard/foil
The FCKW free shape of foamed polystyrene (PS)
Polyethylene (PE) foils and bags
CLIMATE RANGE
The information about the climate range of the appliance is provided on the rated plate. It indicates at
which ambient temperature (that is, room temperature, in which the appliance is working) the operation
of the appliance is optimal (proper).
Climate range
Permissible ambient
temperature
SN
from +10°C to +32°C
N
from +16°C to +32°C
ST
from +16°C to +38°C
T
from +16°C to +43°C
Manufacturer’s Declaration
The manufacturer hereby declares that this product meets the requirements of the following European
directives:
● Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EC,
● Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2014/30/EC,
● ErP Directive 2009/125/EC
and has thus been marked with the
symbol and been issued with a declaration of compliance made
available to market regulators.
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WARRANTY AND AFTER-SALE SERVICES
Warranty service as stated on the warranty card
The manufacturer shall not be held liable for any damage caused by improper use of the product.
ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT
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Control panel
2
Drawer
Items of equipment
UZ130.3
Drawer
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Ice cube tray
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Warranty
CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE DOOR OPENING
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CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE DOOR OPENING
1. 2. 3. 4. Unplug the appliance before reversing the door opening direction.
Remove food from the appliance.
Remove caps on the front of the refrigerator body (Fig. 1, Fig 2).
Remove the two screws, which attach the upper hinge to the appliance door (Fig. 3). Take special
care and hold the appliance door vertically.
5. Holding the door, swing the upper door hinge away from the door using the other hand (Fig. 4).
Be especially careful during this step, as the hinge may close and cause injury.
6. Remove the two screws, which attach the lower hinge to the appliance door (Fig. 5). Take special care
and hold the appliance door with the other hand.
7. Holding the door, swing the lower door hinge away from the door using the other hand, then detach
the door from the appliance body (Fig. 6).
8. Remove the two screws , which attach the upper hinge to the body and the two screws holding the
lower hinge to the appliance body (Fig. 7).
9. Screw the upper and lower hinge on the opposite side of the appliance body using suitable screws
(Fig. 8). Upper hinge should be mounted on the other side of the appliance as the lower hinge. The
lower hinge should be mounted on the other side of the appliance as the upper hinge.
With the hinges open, hold the door parallel to the appliance body and screw the hinges to the door
using suitable screws while taking proper care.
10. Make sure that the door is properly aligned with the appliance body (Fig. 9).
INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE
Installation of the appliance should be performed by a qualified installer. The appliance should be placed in
furniture case (Fig. 10). Once the appliance is placed correctly, adjust the height of the appliance by turning
the 4 adjustable feet as appropriate. If necessary, adjacent Amica appliances should be braced with a bracket
fixed by screws and fitted in furniture (Fig. 11). There is a special strip at the top of the appliance. Attach it to
the underside of the cabinet with appropriate screws supplied with the assembly kit (Fig. 16). Decorative strip
must not block the vents located in the bottom casing unit, the strip must be cut to size (Fig. 17). The depth of
the bottom casing unit can be adjusted by moving it forwards or backwards. Once properly adjusted, tighten the
mounting screws (located in the openings on both sides of the casing unit) with a cross-head screwdriver. This
will permanently attach the casing unit (Fig. 18).
FITTING FURNITURE BOARD TO APPLIANCE DOOR
Place the mounting bracket on furniture board and position it accordingly (Fig. 12). The distance between the
furniture board and the underside of the worktop should be 5 mm (Fig. 13). Attach the mounting bracket using
suitable screws supplied in the installation kit. Pull out the mounting bracket cover and screw in the two special
screws (2) in the appliance doors(Fig. 14). Attach furniture board with the fixed mounting bracket to the appliance
door. Secure the furniture board with suitable nuts (item 3, Figure 14). Make sure the furniture board assembly
is positioned correctly relative to the appliance (Fig. 15). Using the supplied screws, attach the furniture board
assembly to the bottom of the appliance door (Fig. 15). Replace the mounting bracket cover in its original location.
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IOLS-1057/6
(05.2016)
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